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CKANBKOOK, B. C, SATURDAY, SBl'TBMBER 80, 1905.
No. 40.
INCORPORATION
Persona   Qualified  to  Servo
Mayor or Aldermen  Qualifl
cation of Electors.
As
As Oranbrook will soon receive
'■Letter! Patent" as an inoorpof-
ated city, to he followed by tho
election of a Mayor and six
Aldermen, it will he of interest
to many, to know who is qualified
to serve as Mayor, aud Aldesmen
FOR MAYOR
The .persons qualified to be
nominated for and elected Mayor
of such city at the first election
shall he such person-, as are
male British subjects of the full
age of LM years and are not disqualified under any law, and have
been for the three months next
preceding the day of nomination
tlie assessed owners of land or
real property in the city of the
value of $1,000, and are qualified
in vote at such election.
FOR AI.DERMKN
The persons qualified   in  he
nominated  for   and   elected   as
Aldermen   of such city at the
tirst election shall be such per
sous as are male British subjects
of tho full ago of il years, and
are not  disqualified  under any
law, and have been for the three
months next preceding the day
of    nomination    tho    assessed
owners of land or property in
tbo city of the value of #500, and
are otherwise qualified lo vote
ut such elections.
WHO ARK QUALIFIED VOTF.I.B
The persons qualified to vote
for Mayor and Aldermen at such
first election shall be all such
persons as are male British subjects of the full age of 21 years,
who  are   free   holders,   home
sleaders or pre-emptors within
the bounderies of the municipality, wlio have resided within the
boundaries of the municipality
for one year immediately pre-
coding the dale of the Letters
Patent, and who shall,  before
Ihe day of such election,  have
applied lo the Returning Officer,
and have their names placed on
the  list   of electors  for   such
elections.
THE FIRST COUNCIL
The Council shall consist of a
Mayor and six Aldermen, and
the whole number present at
each meeting thereof shall not
lie less than four. The first
meeting of the Council shall be
held on the first Saturday after
(he day of each election, at the
Court House aforesaid at 11! noon.
CAN  VOTK AT 2ND Kl,F.CTION
After the first municipal election the following persons shall
he entitled to vote for any per
son who is duly nominated as a
candidate for any election in
municipalities:—In City municipalities any male or female, be
ing a British subject of the full
age of 21 years, who is the owner
of real estate of the assessed
value of not less than 1100, or
who is the representative, being
a resident British subject duly
authorized by the directors of an
incorporated company, which is
the assessed owners of lands,
situated within the municipality,
or who is the holder of a trade
license the annual fee of which
is not loss than $5, or who is a
householder, who has paid on or
before the Hist day of December
in the year immediately prior to
the day of nomination, all municipal rates, taxes, assessments,
rentals and liconse fees (which
are chargeable on lands) payable
by him or her to the municipality
provided, however, that in the
case of a holder of a trade
license or in the case of a house
holder, he or she shall, during
the month of December, in each
year, make and cause to be de
livered to the Clerk of the muni
davits in the Supreme Court,
Justice of the Peace or Notary
Public.
A ''householder" shall extend
to and include every person who
holds and occupies n dwelling,
tenement, hotel or Ixiarding
house, or any part or portion of
a dwelling, tenement hotel or
boarding house within a municipality, who has paid directly to
the municipality, rales, taxes, or
fees of not less than #2 during
the current year.
APl'OINTaVtBNT.
The Committee on Incorporation has appointed Mr. T. M.
Roberts of the firm of Arnold &
Roberts, as returning officer for
the coining municipal olection.
The voting place will be the fire
hall.
PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
Cranbrook   Schools   Report
Month of September
for
Division I. Principal A. A.
Miicucil: Total attendance
570. Number on roll itti. Average 28. u. Perfect attendance
made by Victoria Hillier, Delia
Druinmond, Adelaide Richardson, Daisy McCallum.
Division II. Mrs. Brock,
teacher. Enrollment 17, boys.10
girls 17. Total attendance 857.
Average attendance 42. Ha. Perfect attendance'. Gertrude Mac-
Donald, George Kerr, .foe Bour-
goine, Joe Kennedy, James
Doolun, Lionel Leask, Simeon
Priugle. Winnie Deacon, Jessie
Mc.Cowan, Ruth Harvey.
Division III: Miss E. Lewis,
teacher: Enrollment 42. Average attendance Slit. 22. Perfect
attendance, Rachel Bardgett,
Mildred Cline, Arthur Fowler,
Edgar Hundley, Lillian McGowan, Charlos Morrison, Jessie
Murgatroyd, Bertie Murgatroyd,
Florence Wood.
Division IV: Miss Cartwright, teacher Enrollment ill
Average attendance 45.90. Those
giving perfect attendance, Hazel
Bnrkett, Marcus Derr, Robert
Dorr, Wilfred Dallas, Katharine
Dumont, Frauds Drumtnond,
Wanda Fink, Gordon Fowler,
Wilfred Huuler, Gladys Higgin-
botham.
Division V: (« C. Williams,
teacher. Enrollment 53. Average attendance 41 Perfect
attendance, Wilfrid Hrault, Norman Fowler, Grade Higgins,
Willie Moore, Edith McDonald,
Sadie Nesbitt, Andy Patterson,
Lissio Richardson, Mac Welch.
LOCAL NEWS.
R. H. Bohart, Wardner was in
the city Friday.
New Silk waists at Reids.
H. M. Burrow, Fort Steele,
was in town Wednesday.
Don't forget l.eid's Millinery
opening next weok.
Barrister J. A. Harvey left on
Friday's local for the coast via
Elko, on legal business.
Constable A. D. Druinmond,
Fernie, was at Cranhrook Friday
on legal business.
Thomas Draper representing
tho Nelson Daily News was in
town lor several days this week.
We have just received a large
shipment of dress goods for fall
Reid & Co.
W. Stevenson, Mooso Jaw,
was registered at the Cranbrook
Wednesday.
Dr. M. Mecklenburg, Montreal
was in town for several days this
week.
J. F. Priugle, Spokane Junction, was registered at the Cosmopolitan Wednesduy.
Pele Woods was down from
his Cherry creek ranch Wednes
day.
Government Agent J. F. Armstrong was ut Fernie Thursday
on official business.
Ji Ryan, proprietor or the
Cent ml hotel, Wardner, was at
Cranhrook Thursday
There will be some very pretty
hats displayed at Reid's Millinery
opening next-week.
B. H. Logan and R. Pearson
of Calgary, were registered at
the Cranbrook Thursday.
Win
was in
inoss.
Langley of Fort Steele
town Thursday on bus-
Expeoting a Battle Royal.
Wilkes barre, Pa., Sept. 89. —
The time, when the mine owners
in the Anthracite region will
have to give a definite answer to
the demand of the miners, is
rapidly approaching and the
situation is becoming clearer defined every day. The statement
that President Baer of the Reading has declared, the demand of
the miners for an eight-hour day
would not be granted, seems to
have no impression upon the
miners und their leaders, One
of them said in an interview today. The miners in the soft
coal region only worked eight
hours and the work of the
miners in the anthracite region
is oven more difficult and
hazardous than that of the soft-
coal miners, There was no
reason why tho demand for an
eight-hour day should not be
granted. The miners would insist upon that point. They considered it of far greater importance than even the recognition
of tho Union.
is invited to this rally and those
at home are Invited to make
others feel at home.
W. E. Ross Vancover was in
the city Friday.
A. Carney, Kaslo, was in the
city Wednesday.
Cecil Prest
business trip
line Friday.
returned from a
along  the  Crow
cipality a statutory
declaration,
made and subscribed before a
Supreme or County Court Judge
Stipendiary or Police Magistrate
eemmissloners for  taking
am
Fire at St. Eugene Mine.
The blacksmith shop ut the
St. Eugene mine, and a portion
of the tramway buildings were
destroyed by Hie Tuesday morn
ing. The loss is estimated ut
about #1,500.
Tetley'sToas, sold by tho Vancouver Tea and Coffee Co., are
the most fragrant that can be
purchased in ("ranbrook.
The Brotherhood of Railway
Trainmen will hold n ball on
Thanksgiving evening, October
26th, at Wentworth Hall
The railway commissioners
passed through Cranbrook Friday, and will hold their next
session in Mucleod.
Wm. Carlin drove over from
Fort Steole Thursday on business. He was accompanied by
A. Doyle.
Wm. Flint, Fernie, John Daly
Moyie, and D. Gardener, Ottawa
were guests at the Cranbrook
Wednesday.
It is reported that. H S. Clark
customs officer at Fort Steele.
will he stationed at Spokane
Junction in tho near future.
Our Mochu and Java Coffee is
the genuine full berry, the best
ou the market. Vancouver Ten
and Coffee Co.
N. Hanson, Wasa, was at
Cnmbrook Friday. Mr. Hanson
reports logging on Skookum
Chuck, as being very active during the past month.
O. T. Rogers will have at the
beginnin,? of the weok a nice lot
of table and preserving fruit,
peaches, citron, snow apples
plums and crab apples, these
latter from the Coldstream ranch
At the Baptist Church Sunday
next, October 1st, Rev. B. Good-
field will begin his pastorate. In
the evening his subject will be
"Transfiguration of Man" in the
evening "Retribution". All are
invited to attend both services
"Rally Services" will be held
in the Methodist Church next
Sunday morning and evening.
In the morning tIiu pastor is
anxious to meet all members of
the church and congregation,
parents and children. In the
evening there will he a regular
home gathering. Song servico
at 7:110. • ■    -■■
D. McFarland and J. R. Burue,
Bluirmore were guests at the
Cranbrook Friday.
Ladies! dont forget tho big
millinery opening which takes
place today at Hill & Co's.
Mr. nnd Mrs. N. E. Broley
Fernie, were guests at the Royal
Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lovely,
Cloqut, Minn, were registered
at the Cninbrook Friday.
Our car-load uf fruit has arrived al last—pears, plums and
crab apples, Fink Bros.
H. Hyers and F. Gordon of
Nelson were registered at tho
Craubrooli Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Clark,
Crestiin, were guests at the Cosmopolitan Wednesday.
F. 11. Bennett, J. Holmes, F.
Draper, and C. E. Bennett of
Nelson were registered at the
Royul this week.
T. .1. Proctor, Nelson and P.
O. Sbrndsland, arrived at Cranbrook Friday nfternoon, and
later . I rove to Wasa, ou a hunting trip.
W. D. Hill St Co has received
and installed a complete set of
the Voir wardrobes. Call and
we our 20th Century suits. We
can give a neat fitting suit at a
moderate price.
L. It. Bishop. Quebec, and B.
R. Bishop. Marbleton, were
guests at the Cranbrook Wednesday.
A. W. Chisliolm. local manager of the Bull River Mining
Co., was a Cranbrook visitor on
Wednesday.
Everybody who has used
Tetley's Teas pronounce them to
be the choicest cup of fragrance
they ever tasted. Sold only by
the Vancouver Tea and Coffee
Co.
The annual fall millinery
opening at Hill St Co., which
takes place today, is an event of
much importance to the Ladies
of Cninbrook Call and examine
our goods and prices, which are
sure to suit you.
DISTRICT MININtt NEWS.
In Basutol&nd.
A special cablegram from Lon
don says chat it is stated that a
Hying force left Pretoria on
Sept. 211 for the border of Basu-
toland. to suppress a Holy war.
The trouble is between the Boers
and Basutos. The Pondas are
also restless.
Log Driving in the Kootenay.
The Crow's Nest, Lumber Company have cut some 2,000,000
foot of logs this summer on
Skookum Chuck, which they are
now sending down the Kootenay
river to Wardner. This will
make a cut of about 10,000,000
for the Crow's Nest Company
this year.
Visited Fernie.
The following members of
Cresent lodge of Knights of
Pythias visited Fernie on Wednesday: A. C. Bowness, H. L.
Bow ness, V. A. Rollins, W. A.
Rollins. W. H. Wilson,' C. F.
Nelson, J. A. Arnold, T. M.
Roberts, 0. R. Tate, P. Mathe-
son, J. B. Henderson, H. Bex,
W. Edwards, F. A. Small, G. H.
Thompson, E. F. Johnson.-C. E.
Reid, J. H. Fink, A. Smith, G.
Donahue, 1. H. Wilson, R. E.
Carr.
On their return   the visitors
' Interest to ThoM Engaged in
the Development of th*
Mining Industry.
One of the most important
enterprises now under way la
that of developing the Mystery
mine, on Alki creek. Several
tunnels and drifts have been run,
and the breasts, are in ore which
carry high values in copper.
The Sullivan mine Is now being
prospected by means of a diamond
drill. The company's holdings
are extensive and contains considerable unprospected ground
and some valuable discoveries
will undoubtedly be made by
drilling.
While not doubting the probable richness of some of the
mining undertakings being carried on in other portions of
British Columbia, we are still of
opinion that there are Ample
opportunities for the profitable
employment of all available
capital iu Southeast Kootenay.
An offer to take silver-lead
ores, carrying zinc, and pay for
the zinc in addition to the other
metals is the offer of the Frank
smelter. It is stated this will
add from C10 to $84 a ton to the
values of many ores of Kootenay
which have hitherto been considered too refractory for profitable treatment.
Operations continue at the
Tiger-Poorman mine, a program
of development will be maintained; a large amount of tunneling is being done and there is
every reason to believe that the
Tiger-Poorman will become a
permanent producer.
Misplaced shaft* and tunnels
have caused the failure of many a
mining company which had
otherwise good prospects. As a
rule this form of mismanagement
has been found due not so
much to a deficiency of technical
knowledge as to a lack of
common sense.
For several years, the St.
Mary's district has been known
to miners and prospectors as a
region where some time a num
ber of great copper claims would
be opened. Locations have been
made along the copper belt, and
a good deal of development work
done. These extensive copper
deposits are said to be remarkably rich and extensive, and are
considered as one of the great
copper belts ot the west.
Zinc products of British
Columbia enters the United
States free of duty, however, a
duty of 1* per cent is collected
on the lead contents of the ore
Owners of crown-granted
mineral claims are reminded that
the acreage tax unpaid up to
June 30th, 1905, should be paid
within the present month in
order to save additional advertising charges. A sale of Crown-
granted mineral claims which
the acreage tax has not been
paid will be held the first week
in November next.
in Germany some years ago,
seemed to have found fertile soil
in Great Britain, judging from
the enormous number of such
illustrated post cards mailed
every day in all parts of the
United Kingdom. In this connection considerable comment
has been caused by the tact reported to the local postal
authorities, that after the recent
vialt of the British squadron,
now in the Baltic, to Holland,
over 23,000 such view post cards
were found in the mail boxes of
Harlem, a small town near Amsterdam. Practically all those
cards had been mailed by the
officers and men of the British
fleet.
INVESTIGATING    CAUSE
FIRE8
or
Damaging Evidence Secured by
Jury-Offered $100 to fin
Dwelling Home.
During the past week • jury
Was appointed to investigate the
cause of the recent fire whieh
completely destroyed a whole
block of Fernie.
From report received it would
seem that a woman, who was in
financial distress, and to receive
the insurance placed on personal
property, offered, to a man, who
is now under arrest, the sum of
tlOO to set the house In which
she resided on fire. $50 wm to
be paid before and $50 after the
deed was accomplished. The
man under arrest, refused to do
tbe job, and subsequently made
a statement ot the above facte,
but since his arrest denies making
any such statement. It waa
ascertained that a number of
persons who were empanelled en
the jury were in position to
give valuable evidence, and the
jury was discharged. A new
jury was empanelled who will
fully investigate the cause of all
the recent fires at Fernie.
ZINC
OBIS  IM SOUTHEAST
I00TEHAT
PrinoipH Mian ud LtotHtiM il
Wkioh This Metal Ou Be
Feud.
. Ever miner and mine owner
in Southeast Kootenay, concerned in the sine industry, aa
well as silver-lead mining, ahonld
be intonated In getting together
such information aa regarding
the occurrence of sine ore in thla
district, and communicating the
locality of its occurrence to the
Zinc Commission, now engaged
in the work of reporting upon
the sine resources of thla province.
In Southeast Kootenay are ait
uated a number of mines In
which sine occurs in commercial
quantities. The St. Eugene,
Aurora and Society Girl at
Moyie, Sullivan and North Stnr,
at Kimberley, Estella, Rama
Horn and other* on Tracy creek
Kootenay King and Wataon on
Wild Horse creek, and several
other properties on Lost creek
and Bull river, might well receive the attention of the commission.
The Estella on Tracy creek la
particularly worthy of attention,
for it has been reported that
this property has ore that will
run 50% in sine.
The Kootenay King ore that
will run from 14 to 80% sine.
It would be well for all concerned in mining in thla district
to place before the commission,
aa soon as possible, all necessary
data of the occurrence of sine, in
large or small quantities, so that
such information may be embodied In the report 4f the commission.
Femaloe
Owning Property
Vote.
Can
Lady Grate ud Canby Fraction.
T. T. McVittie, P. L. S., lately
returned from Perry Creek
where he has been engaged In
surveying the Lady Grace min
eral claim and Canby Fraction
These claims are located near
the Roaring King claim and form
a group of several claims owned
by Mr. John Swenson of Canby,
Minn.
A recent report of the survey
of the Lady Grace and Canby
Fraction, published in the Nelson
Dully News indicate that they
were owned by H. W. Ross, we
are informed that this is a mistake, Mr. Ross having no interest
in the property, the entire group
being the property of Mr. John
Swenson.
From the reading of the proclamation re- "Letters Patent"
issued to the Cities of Fernie,
Enderby and Kelowna, it would
seem that the qualification of a
voter at the first election "shall
be a male British subject over
the sge of 21 years." The
Statutes provide and state that
all persons, male or female
British subjects over the age of
21 years".
From the above it will be seen
that the proclamations differ
from the Statutes in this matter,
and is at present a subject of
much discussion in Cranbrook.
For the information of its readers, The Prospector wired tha
FernieLedger asking the quest ion
"Did female property owners
vote at the first municipal election held in Fernie". Editor
Mott wired in reply, "Yes", es
tablishing the fact that females
can vote at Cranbrook at Its first
municipal election.
Special nddress by the; we,e loud in their praise of their The Port Card OrUO.
i " What is wrirlillineRs''!      .:-« u.. .i in ,_ T*-i_t.,a._
pastor on "What is worldlinoss" l reception by the Fernie Knights, I
dealing wilh the place nt amusements iu tho human   make-up.
and  were  the  recipients of a
Every person away from home banquet at the Fernie hotel.
London, September 29.—The
poat card cr^ze which originated
Bnrglan at Moyie.
Spwltl 10 TBI FIMWKTOt
Moyie, Sept. 28. — Burglars
entered the store of McEarchern
St McDonald here last night and
attempted to open the sate by
nitroglycerine, but failed in the
attempt, The knob on the safe
was broken, and around the
edge of the doot soap was plastered with the exception of a
small, place on the top where a
kntte-blade was inserted, in this
was poured a considerable
amount of nitroglycerine. A fuse
8 inches in length was found,
and two blankets covered the
safe. The burglars obtained an
entrance by prying open a window in the rear of the building.
They were evidently frightened
away suddenly. A small sum ot
money In the cash drawer
caped their notice.
B. Clendenntng, Spokane waa
a Cranbrook vlaltor Friday.
Foreshadowing a Happy Evert.
Berlin, September 29.—Princess Caecilia, the wife of tbe
Grown Prince, haa crowned her
popularity with the people hy
the news, long rumored in oourt
circles, but only publicly announced now, that the "natural
and happy event" la expected.
The confinement of the Princess
is expected to be due in April of
next year.
Never has a young couple In
such exalted position started
out on the world's platform with
such a fund of popularity aa the
Crown Prince and his young
wife. Of ber it ean be said that
she is the most popular member
of the imperial family. Ber
cheeriness, and her happy looks
alone act as a magnet upon the
people. Her tact in the difficult
and none too kindly centre
known as "the Court", haa already endeared her to that
rather stiff and stilted aet of
mortals.
"Whatever she does la nice",
said a lady of the court the
other day, in speaking of the
Princess, "She Is dignified, but
kind and simple In manner, and
goes out of her way to be nice
with the poor. And, what ia a
great thing, she has brought
into the heavy German Court a
note of lightness, brightness and
Parisian "Chic" In her costumes
which has affected the ladies of
the Court like an invigorating
tonic".
Dominion Fair Opened
On Wednesday the gnat
Dominion Fair at New Want-
minster was formally opened to
the public by Sir Henry Joly de
Lotbinere, Lieutenant Governor
of British Columbia. The opening took place promptly at 1
o'clock and after a brief address
to the assembled crowds His
Honor pressed the eleotrle button
that started the machinery of
tbe big fair. Hon. Sidney
Piaher, federal Minister of
agriculture will open the livestock portion of the show on
'i ueaday next I'll.'. PROSPECTOR, CRANBRUO.'
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Razor Strops X
A good razor strop is to a g™xl rnsor wlutl
a good dinner ia to a hungry man,
i.e., sonietliing necessary
to make both work
well.
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Equally Good Razor strops ^
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DISPENSING   OUR   BPECIALTY,
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Cosy and
Comfortable Rooms
Headquarters for
Mining Men
Royal Hotel
Morysvllle, B.C.
FRANK ANGERE, Manager
The above hotel hits been recently erected, nml neatly Furnished throughout, The Bar is supplied with the best brands of
Liquors and Cigars.
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BREWING CO., LTD.
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THK recent political developments in British I'olinii
bin, whloh have been marked by
a somewhat genaattonal visit of a
Tar Iff Commission, whloh is now
followed by ii RoyaJ Commission
to Investigate transportation
matters, nil point io n want of
i-oiiiiih'iii-i', by the Dominion
ftiivoriimeiii in the electorate of
Ihe west, nml the possibility of
un ii|i|«'iil to the I'oiintry Tbe
object for whieh the commission
has been Appointed Is to collect
Information on all matters that
are conducive "to keeping the
Laurier government in power"
nml jusi at the present time to
keep as much possible, in the
west, the attention of the electorate from results accruing from
I the passing ot the Autonomy
I Hill which is now regarded as
a signal of danger to the govern-
| incut.
Kri'i' Trailers,  ami  advocates
for a turff for revenue-only seen)
I to agree In   thinking   that   tbe
'only object of a  protective tariff
| is to enable manufacturers ami
producers to increase their prices
They cannot see how the Impor-
I lation of foreign goods, leail.ete,
free of duty, or at a  low  rate of
duty, can injure the mining, lum
bering or fruit Industries of the
Kooleiiays.
To many people this seems to
an unanswerable argument But,
lit is a very poor argument, anil j
shows complete ignorance of thei
hest laws of protection, also of
Ihe true Status of the mining
ami lumbering Industries of this
district.
The "Free Trader" is no frieud
to Canadian labor, when il plays
into the hands of the "Lend
Trust" of the United states, by
tolerating the presenl tariff,
This taniT enables alien miners.
ami mine owners to reduce the
selling price of Canadian lead,
to closedown Canadian mines.
thereby preventing Canadian
miners from seouiing steady employment in the silver-lead mines
of the KiHitciiays.
Tariff rates enacted to carry
the policy of protection into
etTeet should be just, fair and
Impartial, equally opposed to
foreign control and domestic
monopoly, to sectional discrimination and individual favoritism
and niusi from lime In lime be
changed to meet the varying
conditions incident to the progress of our industries and their
changing relations in our foreign
and domestic commerce. Duties
that arc ton low should lie increased, and duties too high
should be reduced.
...
We  reiterate our   faith in the
historic policy "t protection.
Tinier its influence Southeast
Kootenay. foremost in the production of silver lead, and lum-
bering, will enable labor to sue-
• .iUlly .1,   IS    ,,;. ,    gil ■ i  « .:.■
and capital lo UUgUgll in pi'iidui
tion with a reasonable hope of a
lair rewind.
....
It   is   high   time to ring down
the curtain of legislative  Itnnus-
ing lend products, and revise the
presenl grotesque Uii'tlT on lead.
...
The jug-handled pro American
tariff thai enables American
workers to earn 125,000,000 per
annum in the production of
goods for the Canadian market
is uo friend lo Canadian labor,
organised or unorganised.
Tllt'lT     ia      more    l llllll-lli     ill     lilia
•notion nf tlic country than nil other
iliai'iiM'a put together, nml until the
!ua! feu years «». supposed t" Ik- In-
I'lirtilili-.    l*'ui-   a   great    ninny   yeuri.
itOOtOm   I'l'lllllllllllVti   il     11    llH'llI    tllat'llal'
.uu! ureeut'lbed local remedies, ami hy
constantly falling tn our* with local
treatment, pronounced it Incurable,
sclt'iit'r hi- proven catarrh tn tie a
constitutional disease ami therefore
requires constitutional treatment,
Mall'. Catarrh Oure, manufactured by
F.J. Cheney* in.. Toledo, Ohio, ia
iiic nnly constitutional cure nn the
market, hi. takci Internally In doses
ir<im lo drops in ti leaspoonfiu, li sots
directly mi the I'IihhI and mucous *ur-
inci'H nf the system. They niter one
hundred dollars for any caso it rails in
flllV.    Sellll    fill-    ,-il-i'lllill-a   anal    tjestl.
moulals,
Address J,   I-'.   CHENa»Y  *  CO.,
Toledo, n.
Snlil III   Dl'Ufffftsts, 75i'.'
Take Ball's l-'aniii.i I'illa (or constipation.
• •»•—»*»«»«".. .»♦•»»♦■»««*•*«
L. COHN
*
*
*
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* Tailor '# Importer of *
* Fine Woolens.      *
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. Cranbrook, B.C. Armstrong; Ave a,
9 •
■1-I-l-l-I-l-l-I-I-I-l-l-I-l-M-H-l-I-I-l-
I STEWARTS I
;: Tbe  LEADING STORE  For *;
.. Fresh Fruit. Vegetables. T
'.'.    Choice Confectionery
FRESH NF'l's.
SOFT DRINKS
• •"Ila/i'lwood Ice Cream"
|| PROMPT  DELIVERY T
:■  Hugh Stewart ii
;; Ptioiie 75    Armstrong. Ave ;;
■H-M.l"t"l"H"H'M-I-M-M-l-M-'
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11 WW IHI I **#*J W¥¥ I Ifrlfn 11 • f JI f fftj llfssnT*1 fwt OC
Rocky Mountain Chapter
NO. Iii.  R. A  M.
I'RAMlllK'li. H. C.
Regular meetings!—2nd Ttie?
atay   in   each   innnth   at  eight   |;
o'clook.
.Sojourning Compsnlons   ar,
,-nnlialiv Inrited,
H  M. Bcrrow, Serine B.
Prof essiona I.
nnM4FiifYMfCiir.es
m M-uitiK. Chctutv-tl   Civil.
Mrvhan.o*! and Kl<vtrH-»l
t-jigtnrfrinc.
1ittrml.»ty and dcvl^Y,
Bk>:.>Kv at-.i ttMUt RcaHk,
Wntc for calr-mlar tn
AlKtutt\t to y»a« S«>.-tt:Ui]r,
•tbwl al  Murr.i
Rtttj(*Uo». Out
LlrKS't^TS y>>K ^Kl.l.lNU NTKSKK>
-VIlMtiM i* .lir»M-M xo Xt.v |*n»vUi»»ti* "f
S« tt*ttk« llimio\il:ur»l lUmnt Aft whivfc
rva,(- ** fo!..*v
So prrvti arm or toiywatloi iteU ttig-i->
"•or i.ss(Hittt,^ is th»* ^UT.inr>.■^. -J m-HIhk a*
■>rm,-rp»H A-srtu MtlictttH-. e* olh-'ri.ts.
" witbtn \h* l*n«tini*», Imtt irv-i**« (vl*n-. or
!'vr<.-.A'l or ■>! imi^rtlltK tor valo (ruit
trr^-. pun... or n-tf^tx -.livU itHo th-- l'u-
'ft/UK tattbou'i fi*>l h*\ttm .■tu*mt-t a Hwiut
twearrt »>a luok 1mis>h,^s in th*- l^fOTtm n-
■ im U»L« .ut pn-Ti.^f.
All i«'r»»*A"auth.>rtiT'iUo m-11 n«r->orv tM*k
in tht* t*rMttlBo- *'.- n-.juirv-.t by ibfir prttwl-
p«|. or t.v tNvw-..'^.". k»#r#wn ht.n.U in lh«'
IVpariai.tt; oJ v. -.,-,.liurv. \ K'.on.t tor Ih*
tanhful ps*tfMrtt.^i.v> ,.j Ut*ir oMUalkut^ Th*>
)Mlb.V- b thfrviorr «uM4 n**t to imn-hw^
»ui"i*ty st,»n'k *\i-v(.t (rvnH .|«|j tW*M«4 person -.
'Wi,y oi \h* Boat*.! ot Horiwulutr**
NOTICE.
TAKK N"" iV¥. OrUtfclrtJT9m$*»ft*«r*rteI
d   -     iM Imlcwl i.* »pp.> to th- tit-*
'-       -- ■   . .■ ■ w -.- .  \    ■ '-:
'■ to ■ W  .si..l   t*ar-v
»«*>   timU .    l.-.r bul
hruMb 'n H »-■ k. ■
DotammcIi >■      -t T* nun Bne)
"f '■-■   -   ■ '^i   ivrivr   p»vt.   *»■ .-hula*,
ni.vrv or l»*^-» n^' oi tho K*wt-'R«y RtTM on '.la
3*Hh pt.rati-* .'i,v',i-.. tUki M 'fc<* rntr*,A<*"v-..
corttfr \nttif »n'»AeuruUv * ttnbef tteMM
Ihvtf v MHilh l«*ftuiti*. kkriOKt *"-**t W t*h*tln».
th^MtiV luwtl. KA«tehk! IhaMA •'■•'•t *» rh»ln-
i» |tJsK>* of (Mi        |   oatalaun *;*>' iem mow
lir«^( s^pitjtui et i«h. i*.*.
Tk.MUA* l.r»vi.rorUUv   IiOfMriW
S» IVit:-! l!ns-k^nn<U-v. \trtxl
HARVEY * McCARTEK
BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
CRANBROOL,    •    B.C
W. F. GlIRD
Barrister
Solicitor. Etc.
ICranorotk British Colombia
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Guests Comfort ■ Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection 7}
CRANBROOK
HOTEL m
Nearest to railroad de|iot,   lias aueomino-
dulious   for   the   public   unequalled   in
Cranbrook.
H0GGARTH & ROLLINS    (I
and Cold Baths Proprietors m
*93§^SSS&^$S££2>'i£$2Sg£!32gSi$i'i,
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When   You   Think  Of j
:
aiDfrOmcisRmam.9101
P.ncl ano   Price  $3.00 a Mottk
Allowance Hade For Old Hat-h i.«
Arnold & Rom
i
RANCE
You Think Of
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l    "HUTCH
iJOHN HUTCHISON
♦ -   PHONE  119   -
z Cranbrook, B.C. Hast Kootenay. z
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1  FALLS VIEW HOTEL
Mechanic-. FfcnMrs, Bportsaral
To hi'*i atvt NfMl the «ki'i ait'l ifaiovc
itr-a*. .•! tBd ru*: »tAiO% p*int and fan ti
■w ust* Thi" **i*-*ter Mrt'hknn *" Tar S*»p
AlU-rt T'-'.n S*<op t"o   Nlr*.
I MUSIC |
C. H. DUNBAR
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR
ud N'lTARY PUBLIC
Cranbrook, B.C
Ure    Hielnn TEACHER OF THE
HITS.   tllSlOp PIANOFORTE
Special attention to touch.
technique, phrasing and
jtradins ot studies.
For |auni,-uliu-~ aifi-lv to C. K. Rciil A
io.. Th.- Dnunrtsts
G. H. Thompson
—>..   HlKKI>TKK a BQUOTOS
_i*I   NOTARY I'I III.la
OFFICE   LEASK   BUILDIKC
I't-anlinaii;.  tl.i .
THOMAS   MeVITTIE
P.U.S. « C.B.
Fort Steele B.C.
IViHit. aUin.'t-.t-r rail Atrrt^nllurr
BaMMatf
NOTICE.
T»v»; N'.'t i. k *,hitt ;'w;u >ktjr»ati«rdai* t
' ■• | ■■   ■   i tci.-.i io aptrii t" .h»- EhM
•    I   ! ami-  a»-.ti   Works   tor   a
• >. ■ m ud corrj »«•) i:**jt»:
fr\«m ihi- ;,- :   * ■ .    |Tp       . .    >    i d.
OBBUMMtea   »1   *    (H'-il    t».srk«l    'WttttUH
Hrwkfttr' L •   .- ,,     ,'rtit • jm<i    -.uuitusi
m-iouUhoai . i. I k>i   ud kbooi to
dwlu-.wv.t 4>r tiw iroolMij WW, th»-n*---
««l >..■«« th^ Ut.,'.'! IM "WW •*1 •..*'■<• \o i
MMfcWMI ivriir: .\i nwM k»t *>-tt*l n-Htimitn^
iwll«>»'l.,iitinm.m'. ttifttcr MtUi *•' .*h*tn-
i>< Tit Tin nt rhotaa, Xtonvtn tmll\ ttiukt *9*
t&M .«( l*t *itt: t«t Qtelui U» \bv [Ujvv of br
•rlnnhtit. OMttlntQsj itt.1 ,,,-t,., aotf Q| |«n
thtttd BqtlomMi mil, mft.
WtlU^m »r*-fifitti.litr  l.»x*»ior
j   » OkvttA BNckruirM r At**M
rt&ALRDTRXnKRS ftrMnrMtd Mite ua«i*r-
N -.itmM aa«l c*t'U.r*.rJ T»"mlfr (or ltJt»u
■^   «»d »Vhvnr» ••«<*•-KMc   X-w Wtstutit*.
r it. "n:l l- ;*.*■;« ' »l tu - ofl!,-* unit,
s-atimttt-v Onob«rSl>i IM. lMlwtT-s*cr, torttw
■A.u>iru*'iU*it »>t lixliau *itil Ki-fu-rl**** offlty
Khb    Nc* Wctmin-ter
PUUM »m', *w*i limtkHU U» (*• x-*"n nml '.•.•-v. .
nt '.etvivr ol.utt..**.l *i thi- .v*,wrini4*iii ml let
iiOwvotU. A KwHw. *■-*-; K*r*itt.-m Raftaon
\.« W--.Mniii-.trr  ftC
Itttott- in .U*rm*j tn "MlttOi Ui»l ■»*uJer>
will not tw ■^ou-iufn-'l mlnrni tu*J* on th.-
iu)ul««l forta;. -.tii.ylitNl. *»*l ttlSMd «tih tl'**ir
n.-tial -.i-fn*i\ii>.
M^*h InkdoC tn.i'-l '»** .w*viun*4r.t*r*tl by fca
kCVffMfd i'tn>jtiv OH .» ia»rt»*n*»t b»nk tu»d>
(■uTuittlr i» thi* <»r>l-T ot  i'i*  HomMirtthl* the
Xtebtvt .t Pvhlk Works  rwal ;-.■ Ma nt
irni (t.'ju.l -I th** AUtouti* ot ih.' trnth-r ,«m
>ul> t>- tortfittit It l** pu%9 triutrritift ih*^ltne
ti>Utn !»»•• »nmiratl wbrur*l!r-.l uptui to fl,.
-.< ot if e* iall to.vtuv*'**-' th* »«*rk *.*omrm»*U\l
'.•r If Ihf t«*i»U.- he m»i i»s.-rvpt.>l th* »k«t|*M
will U- n«wr»*fO
l'h-   DoMltMtnl  dot! *tot  t'iml  itwirioat*-
.-. t>t ih.  !•.'«--( ■•: *o> t#»trr.
tw \\t\Wr.
KRK1V OKUNAS.
Swr*ury
iKtwrliuen. of rul-'tu- Work-.
K> OtUftVO. S»f*  ."•".-■    .**
DR. E. W. CONNOLLY
Ptiu&ician and Stirrjeon
I'KKU'K ARMSTKON'i;   AVE.
HOCBK    » to 11 ».:.,.   J !."> p.m.
* to 8 j».ni.
1'hnii.' OBee 10.',    i:.sidt>n«- H*
P.  E.  KING
a-:   DENTIST
iirruT HorRS:   S ;o 12«.m
1 to ■■'-.iu.
7 to > p-m.
1 inn k sal RiBuiMBWM
) CHENETTE & NEAL. Proprietors
)
) -Bl   Marysville,   B.C.
S        The largest and ho»t equipped hotel m the St  Marys
ft valley. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS.
W*>«9«*>«'*«**«*>«*>4>«»^^
PHONE Da
HO. Mux in'
Crow's Nest
Steam Laundry
Flannels, Blankets, Curtains, Carpets, Etc.
We Make a Specialty of Washing CPU. Overalls
No Chinamen Employed
ALL   WORK   GUARANTEED   FT.R8T   CLASS
E. H. SLATER,  Proprietor
»»»»»»»»»♦»♦»♦♦♦»»»»»»
I
♦ NORTH   STAR
8 -sr-,    HOTEL
I
Kimberley,  B. C.
J   H. W. DREW. Proprietor..
I
X
9
:
:
$
e
Post Office
Store
The largest General Stnre in Marysville, where miners
ran be supplied with anything thev wain at all times at
Cranlm-ik prices.
Groceries.  Hardware,
Clothing,  Stationery
E. J. CLAYTON
^^nini>iinimmf!iiiiiiHnf!i!i?!iraimnmmmmmmmim
I P. Burns & Co.i
Your attention U wllt-d to the
"Pioneer Limited" tralna i>f thu "Mil-
wftukee *V 81 Paul Railway." "Theonlj
iM'rfcrt trattu In the world.1'
Vou will dud it desirable to ride on
those trains when going lo anj pulbt in
bhe Kastern States or Canada. Tln-y
oonneot with utl TranseonUnoDtil
Trains and all Tiekei Airents toll
tickets,
For further Information, pamphlou,
eta, ask any Ticket Agent or
to. L. POIiD, II- 8, ROWB,
Pan. Agent,        General Agent
SPOKANE PORTLAND
SAVE TIME
ALL   THE    TIME
SEATTLE,  TACOMA
AND ALL
Pjiiilic  Coast   Points
st. mi, eatcsso. new tow,,
AND
ALL POMS EAST
Pslsc. and Tourist
Sl.tp.rs. Butt'ett
Library Oars, Modern
Day Coaches.
Dining Cars.
MEALS   A   I.A   CARTE.
Best Meals on Wheels
2 FAST  TRAINS n
i:ast axi> WKST ii.ui.v £.
Km- full partloiilArs, i-u.",  ftilOers
etc. '-all un in- (tddaresa.
S.O, YKBKE8,o.w.P.A.,
Seattle, Wash.
I.KltnY TUCKER, C.I'.   4   T.A.,
Bpoktuiu,
The Illinois Central
Maintains anexeelled service Irom
the weaat to the ea»i and ..iinh. Miikii*
ulna.' oottneottons wiili tniin^ "I »"
ir:in.i-oiitiiii-[it»i liiia->. passcnifers an-
iiiv, n their oholcc ot routes t" < IhleUt"
La-iiiiaville. Memphis and N'» Oi-leai".
um! iliniiitrh these |a>im- ia, ihe fm-t**i
I'liKjai-tive travelers desiring i''f,,r-
maiioii as to the lowest rates and ha""1
routes are Invited to eoirospondelie"
will: the following representatives.
It. II. Thimihi.i. loinmeival Agttl
142 Third 81.. Portland, Oregtm,
i.e. I.imwky. T.I-'. A I'.A.
US Third St.. Portland. Owgoo
P. 11. Tbompson, P. ,\ i'i. Ron*'
Uolman BldB., Seattle, IVath.
: Head OfBc*.
; Canary. Alb.rU
Main OfBt* for East Kootenay. ^
Crantrook. B.C 3
3
3
Wholesale and Retail
Meat Merchants
Dealers in
£    Live Stock
Abattoir and Cold Storage 3
at Calgary. Alberta.   3
MINKKAL Aft
CffOBM ri
ottaTtnoAts or wnhirtMUnt
NOTICE.
Copier riitT ami  NoHh Scar MiritJtal
t laini*..
SlMutc tn tbe Fort Sttsrli* Mlt.in« l>ivl>ioft
it Ka»i. Kootaaay Dbutoi.
When loealcd: On xhe .*.-i«( Ode nf»rtt
fort ..f ihi* si M*ry". Rim stem H »:l!l''
(mm ■:'ir britlgiv
Tike notice thai I. JotinG i^anmioci I' *■
C. No IHISTH. a.-iiftj: », a«eal (or J*—»■'*
H Wrlcbt Pttt Utncr*l »vnll
tf»;# Xa BtttBt, an*I t 1* LttOS • r-vMli-r'i
OcnUeata No. lt.rw,'>t. ittt-'mi. tAsty A**mtt9$
thedtteben-of. to apply lotbeMlntncRacOCliif
for t Oentlcrain ol lnprov?au-ou. (or llw P«r*
pov ot OMSlatai a rmwniirattt uf tin SWW
rUlma.
AihI (urthor laice tun fee that **.nVii. meter
iKcttw. r oiii-i bsoosuDcnevd bsfbm .»•' Ml~
ani-eot sutb OnUSeaM oi impfOTorswaU
Dawi tbti e:ih day ol Awtst, \.l\ IW.
9k john a crjouNoa
Armstrong Ave.   re.nKr^k.TliilUiiUilillliliUUllilitlitliil^UllllillilUlllllUiUiUilJHJi!!!^
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICK tint lliiriy .la>s a«<;r «!«l«*
I Intend to appiv to the CM*rf t \ uiiui->i' "•' *'•'
Laodiand War** tor n s^esbil iu«ar« to <•*"
and carry a«ay ttmu-r hott tin- (« UowFoff ^
«iitwd UifU in SovtlMMl TEliiTiwwj
OarsnMBetari at • (km ttkuxhd -t->tii nw*l
fhain* wutli 0f uw MTthMftl rom*» ol Uoi -l'6
Soathcawt Kooienay. Ifesw* iwt *1*{W
ekains. thenr** north ■'Ifhtj ofcstlf MW**1
»e^l elithtT rhait!*. then.*- s»u-th r\rW
chain* to place o( lM«int.inj; kMMH ** '*ot
Ml
W  JTIMLU'K.
Dottd S«pttmbar tih IM. -* Sutie
TIMBER NOTICK
i. hereby given that thirty
jsj» alter date w* Intend to apply to
ihe Chief (.'onimlssloner of Lands and
Work, fur special lleaneea to out lad
,,«rry sway timber from th* followlni
.leaerilwil lands in North-east Kootenay
Pnreel So. 1.
i 'miimenoing at a post planted about
Nli,. mil" from White Itiver Lake and
ulsiiit one-half mile from White River
,1,1 the south side and about 25 miles
li-iuu Its mouth, thenee east about IHO
t'tiulns, i In north 40 ohalns, thenee
cost HIO ehains. thenoe 40 ehains to
iln- place of commencement.
timed this Htb day of August, 1H06.
J. I*. White
I'uivel No. 1.
i lotninenelng *t J. V, White's south-
weat eorner post paroel No, 1, thenoe
east HIO ehains, thenee south 40 ohalns,
I hence, wost IHO ehains, thenoe north 40
ehains to the plaee of oommenoeinent.
Haled this Uth day of August, 1B06.
('. A. Chapman
I'm I No. 1.
i oinmeiiolng at a |»wt planted at C.
A. Chapman's southwest corner Pan-el
Nn. I, ihonoo east 100chains, thenee
aouth 40 ehaius, tbenoe weat lot) chains
thenoe North 40 ehains to the plaee of
i-iiiiiineneeiiient.
listed this Uth day of August, 1905.
Wm. Carlin
Parcel No. I.
rum radioing at a post planted at
Win. Cutlln's southwest corner parcel
Nn 1. thonee easl 100 chains, thence
ainitli 40 chains, thence west 100chains,
i luiiee north 40 chains to the place of
iiiiiiiiii-iicenient.
Dated this 0th day nf August, IHO".
A. Doyle
I'm I No, 1.
Commenoing at A. Doyle's mirth wost
ainnir |Hmt parcel No. I, theuce south
im .-lialns,  thence  west 40   chains,
iln- north IHO chains, thence east 40
I'lislna in the place of commencement.
Dated this llth day of August, 1005
Wm. Walsh
Pal I No, 1.
Commencing at a post planted nn the
 thwost side of Whit*  Itiver, aad
iiIkiiii  Ilil) ehains northwest of J. H.
White's northwest corner, parcel No, I
iliinec east 40chains, thenoe south 1H0
chains, thonoe west 40 chains, theuce
north UK) chains Ui the place of com-
iiii-iici'iiient.
Dated this loth day of August, 1B05
K. ttlninore
I'iii-cel No. 1.
i ommenclng ut a post planus) at F.
llimiiurc's northwest corner parcel No.
I, thonoe north IHO chains, thence west
in chains, ihenee  south   IHO ohalns,
ihonoe cast 40 chains to the place nf
I'latiiiiieneomenl.
I illicit this loth day of August, 1005.
fi. (ieary
Parcel No, I.
1'ommenclng at a |>ost planted on the
northeast side of  White  Itiver and
iilwut '.tl chains oast of P. Binmore's
noi'thcust corner parcel No.  1. thence
cast so chains, thence south HO chains,
i lioiiec we.t ill chains, thence north HO
chains Ui the place ol commeneement,
Dnlcd this 10th day of August, IBM.
lien Werden
Parcel No, I,
Commenoing ai  a |h»i  planted  at
Hen Wcrdon's northwest corner parcel
No.  1, thenee east (SO chains, thence
north so chains, thence west 80 ohalns
ihenee south SI) chains to the plaoe of
-iiiiuiienci'ment.
I luteal this 10th day nf August, 1005
John (lion
I'areel No. I.
Commencing at a post planted at
li'lm (lien's northwest corner parcel
Nn. 2. thence east 80 chains, thenee
th in chains, thence west 80 ohalns
thenco south 80 chains to the place of
iiiiin-ncenient.
Dated this loth day of August, 1005
lrvln Shedglvlck
Pnreel No, 1.
('ommeneing at a post planted on the
northeast side of White River and
slsiut nnc-half mile north-easterly from
< icorgc (ioary's northeast corner parcel
"-I, thence east 80 chains, thence
H> si) chains, thence west 80 chains,
H> c south 80 chains to the place of
"uiuencement.
Dated this 10th day of August, lOtV
A. B. Morrice
'm 1 No. 2.
1 iiinmcnclng at a post planted on the
mrtli side of White Hiver and about 10
nlle. (rniii Its mouth, thenoe east 80
lialns, thence north 80 chain., thence
"•-i Hit chains, thence south 80 ohalns
" place of commencement,
I'iiied this llth day nf August, 1H05.
A. Doyle
Parcel No. 2.
Commencing at a post planted 40
lialns east of A.  Doyle's southwest
"iiier |HiHt parcel No, 2, tbence south
11 chains, thonee east 80 chains, thence
north Hi) chains, thence west 80 chains
> place of oomtneneement.
Dated this llth day of August, 1805
Wm. Walsh
Parcel No. 2.
I -ommeneing at a post planted at A.
Doyle's northwest corner parcel No. 2,
Uiciieewost 180 ohalns, thence north
lu chains, thence east 100 chains,
thenee south 40 chains to place of com-
uieuusm.nt.
Dated this llth day ot August, 1005
Y, Binmore
t'ommmielng at a i«ist planted on the
south side of White River and at f.
Binmore's northeast corner parcel No.
1 thence west 100 chalna, thenoe north
40 chains, thence eaat 180 chains,
thenee south 40 chains to place of com*
monoement.
Dated this llth day nf August, 1005
ti. (Jeary
No. 2.
CeBimeni'liig at a post planted 10
ehains west of (i. deary's northeast
corner parcel No. 2, thence west 1H0
ehains, thenco north 40 ohalns, thenoe
oast 100 ohains, thence south 40 obalna
to place of commencement.
Dated this llth day of August, 1005
A. B. Morrice
No. 2.
Commenoing at a post planted 20
ohains west of A. B, Morrlce's northeast eorner parcel No, 2, thenoe weat
HIO ehains, thence north 40 chains,
thenee east 100 ohalns, thenee south 40
chains to plaoe of commeneement.'
Dated this llth day of August, 1005
Ren Werden
No. 1
Csmmenclaf at a post planted 20
chains west ot Ben Warden's northeast
corner paroel No. 2, thenee wait 100
ohains, thenoe north 40 chains, thenoe
eaat IHO ehains. thenoe south 4A ehaina
Ui place of cinnawncement.
Dnted this llth day of August, IMS
Irven Shedglvlck
No. 2.
Commenoing at a nml 10 chains weat
of trveu Hhedglvlck's northeast eorner
post parcel No, 2, thenoe west 80 ohalns
thonee north 80 chains, theuce oast 80
chains, thence south 811 chains to place
of commencement.
Dated this llth day of August, 1005
John (lien
I'areel No. 2.
Commencing at a poet planted 110
chains west of John (Hen's northeast
eorner parcel No, 2, tbence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thenee
east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains
to the place of commencement.
Bated this llth day of August, 11106
Willis M. Vlolette
Parcel No. 2.
Commencing at a post planted alsmt
four miles northeasterly of ll. deary's
northeast post parcel No. I, thence
west 80 chains, thence south 80 ohalns,
thence east 80 chains, thence north 80
chains to the plaee nf commencement.
Dated this 10th day of August, 1005
.1. F. White
Parcel No. 2.
Commencing at a post planted 40
chains west of .1. V. White's southeast
corner parcel No, 2, thence south IHO
chains, thenee west 40 ohains, thence
north HIO chains, thence east 40 chains
to the place nf commencement.
Dai.il this 10th day of August, 1906
('. A. Chapman
Parcel No. 2.
Commencing at a post planted 40
chains wost ot J. Y. White's northeast corner parcel No. 2, thenoe
north 100 chains, thence west 40 ehains
thenoe south 100 chains, thenoe east 40
chains Ui the place of commencement.
Bated this 10th day of August, 1005
35 William Carlin
|  NOTICt.
TAKK NOTICK UM I lnUad»spp|.iolh.| ""A**""- msrm**Mlhma«ttsWlr»tta
c>MCi>auu«k*mtfUi>*>aiWark. ,„,, | Chielooaunlssloomot Usesssd Wert, for*
Spools! License to out u* carry away timber Swclal Uwaee to out ud earri ...7 tlsrter
from ik* feilawlat «sas>l**d Issdi Is East
truss) MM'Urt, ttrltlshColustbls:
Cou.aa-lM si • Hs> ptasu* st J. wink's
•uth aw sorasr Ns t olam theses Nona 1.0
■hates, ikesss Issl W.kalsi, tUnea apart les
skeins, tksaos w.si st ckaln. to plan ot he-
ttsslss-
Date* tht. isis. esv ol aw ass. una.
■ H. K.rskaw, Locator
InaBiMMIswlai nsssrltai uu* ialeuuV
Mat Keatsus IHstrlst: Orltl.k OelusikU.
Cesw.ao.lsf si a fast alula* st Msls Jsta-
m'a aortkout reran N«. I license. tk.se.
Mat w chains, tkssje. savlkN okalas, tk.se.
w«t ssskslss. tksas. sank 10 chslns to plsss
ef ta*t Isslsi.
Usual ml. tstk 'i.i ot Austin, ins.
K. H. Hm.||
Si
NOTMC.
TAKE NOTICK tkst I Island w aua> to tss
Chest Ooamlsslosor ol Leads aad Works for s
spatial UesSM la Slit sad carry .way timber
Irom Is. following dsssrtbsd land. In Esst
Kooteaay Ill.irlcl, rlrllleb Columbls:
CaSBSisolsi.t.H.lrlanwil.1 A. T. Coll-
•ells' southeast Mrsar lk.nr. North ISO rSalsa
tksasa Esst to castas, tame. Soutb ISO chains,
tb.no. W.st *> ohalns to pis.-, ol bea-lanls.-:
Date* Ibi. utk. d.y .1 a usual, law.
H. Kershaw, it.
Is laseator.
NOTICt.
TAKE HOTICE that I lsua* to s*ft> <* tks
Chl.l caasaalisloa*. at Unas aad work, lor a
apet'lsl License u cut uo, carry away tusker
frasi ik. lollawlss ilsMrlbsd lasde Is Esst
Koowssy District. Hrlllsb Columbia:
Ctwausi'lss st a post plaatsd al H.
Kershaw's Houlk Kasi ooroer No. I lioense
tb.se. North IW stales, thaace East M oksisa.
tsssss Houtk ISO okalas, iksass Wsst«okatas
to PUss .1 baflUlBf.
Dassd tbl. ink. day of Asanas, IS**.
J. Wlnb
a
Takeaotleo tut a days slur date I Um a.
derebraed latsad to apply to the CkUf Com
■laslossr ol Uada aad Works st Victoria. B.
C. tor a special .tosses to eat asd carry away
Habsrfrasitb.loUswIstdsscrlbsd Isads, In
KutKMUaay.
Commencing at a peat plaausl on. ball rati.
MWtkMtk.aorlkwssteen.rol A. T Collwell
IkenccwestKokalns, lb.Be. sortk SO ckslBS
ihsacs shst to ckslns: tknes soutb ■> stains to
pise, of betianlsi.
Dawd this nth day of August, IMS.
Jabs KwIb,
■Tonra.
TAKE NOTICE tbal I Intend » apply to
cats' cummlssiour ol Laada sad works tar a
spM.I LIssbh to cat sad oatrry away llssksr
Irani th. following dsserlbs* lands la lass
Koounsy WStrlol, British t'aHWSkU:
Oasnaenolinj st a past slaws* at J. MoNeU's
Mart* West corner ibence Men* ISO ebalas.
theuce Wool WeUlno, these. North IMoksIss
theuce Kail tu chains to place ot beginning:
Usual this llth dsy ol Auiusl. Ism,
SI J. Hartsa, Locator
mmoa.
TAKE NOTICE that I Inland to apply to tks
Cblef Commlssltmsr of Lassds sod Works tors
SpeoUl Llossse to out asd carry away am bar
from tb. following dMorlbed lands Is East
Koolensy District, nrltlsb Columbls:
OoausenMlaaf ale posiplsnud.t A.A.Kwin's
North Wot coroer lh«w> Soutb ISO chslni,
these. Wmi to ohalns. Umbos Non .. UO chaise,
thence Esst to chslas lo place ot beglanlag.
Dated ibis Huh. day ol Aiuju.1, ism
1. McNeil
Loostor.
MOT1CX.
Take notice that thirty days after
date I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works at
Victoria for a Special License to out
and carry away timber from the following described lands in Southeast Kootenay district:
1, Commencing at a post planted on
the west line of the Crow's Nest Lum-
dor Co. lease, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 ohalns, thenoe eaat 80
chains, thence north 80 chains to place
of beginning containing 040 acres more
or less.
li. Lundin, Locator
P. Jensen, Agent
Dated August 21,1005
2. Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of H. Lundin's
timber claim, thonee west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thenee east 80
chains, thonee south 80 chains Ui plaoe
of beginning containing 1140 acres more
or less.
11, Lundin, Locator
l>. Jenaen, Agent
Dated August 21, 1005
3. Commencing at a post planted one
half mile west of the line nf the Crow's
Neat Lumber Co. lease, on the north
line of It. Lundin's timber claim, thence
east 40 chains, thence north 100 chains,
thence west 40 chains, thence south 100
chains to place of beginning containing
1140 acres nunc or less.
P. Jensen, Locator
Dated August 21,1005
4, Commencing at a poat planted nt
the southwest corner of P. Jenson's
timber claim, thenee wesl 40 chains,
thence north 100 chains, thence east 40
chains, thence south lot) ehains to place
of beginning containing 040 acres more
or less.
Thus. Main, Locator
P. Jensen, Agent
Dated August 21,1905 30
READ.
TMI MKMMCTOft.
f-la
NOTICt.
TAKE NOTICE that I laiand to apply to
tks cklsl CosaalMlean ol Uada sad Work,
lor a lloeass to nil sad carry away Maker
Irusi Iks followlni dsscrlbsd Isads la South
East Koot.aay: OosmsaclBf st a paal plea
Ud on. all. nortb ot I. IMttira asstawsst
wraer. tklsii mu ■ castaa these, sssib
saalBa,lBSSc.wMltechalai. shssw aerah so
skalss h> ptse. of Myiasis*-
Dstal Shu. nth day of Aisrset, tan.
a Nels Ishssss
NOTrCt.
Take notloe that I Intend to apply to
the Chief CommlMloaer of Leads and
Works tor a special Uoenea to eut and
carry away timber front tit* following
described lands In Southeast Kootenay
district British Colurantn:
Commenoing at the southeast eorner
of Jas. Highwarden's No. 1 timber
license, thenoe went IW ehains, thenee
south 40 chains, thenoe east 100 ehains,
thence north 40 ehaius to plaoe of commencement.
Dnted August llth, 1006
ao Jas. Hlghwarden
NOTICt.
Take notloe that I Intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner uf I .and,, and
Works for a special license to eut nnd
oarry away timber from ths following
described lands In Southeast Kootenay
district British Columbia.
Commencing at tbe southwest eorner
of Jas. Highwarden's No. 2 timber
license, thence 80 chains west, thenoe
80 ohains north, thenoe 80 chains east,
thenoe 80 ohains south to place of commencement.
Dated August llth, 1005
J,
lafltfalt
Take Belle, tkal I lataad to apply ssthaCkUst
Osaalssksssrs of Leads sad Warhs for a
spsdsl Lions, to ml aad carry war Umber
Iran tk. (ellowlus dworlbed lane* Is seam
sa.1 KoatMsaT Districl British cstseakta:
Oommoaclni at a poat plasUal one kail Balls
soulk af J. Hartca'H sartkwwt corner, thenco
south 100 ebalaa: thence weol r) cbelna thenoe
uorlk ISO chslas, thane, east ¥t ohalsa to Ihe
plsoe of uesinaiug.
Dated thla Ktk day at Asian. IM*.
Nels Johnson
at Loostor.
xoncm
TAKE NOTICK that I latsad lo spply to Iks
Cblel CoBMBtsaioasr of Lass, aad Works lor a
Special LIowm local aad aarry sway Ussker
from ths lollowlaa sneriksd lasts la Esst
Kooteoay DUtrlct, Brltlsk Columbls:
Cossueaelu al* post pktaud al Jacob N*l
aon'a North Waal Mraer, thants Soutb ISO
ohalns, thsac. We.1 to cbalBS, these. Nortb
ISO chaise, tbeace East 40 ebalB. to pises ol bs-
siaalnf.
DsUd ilila ink. day el Aaftist. moo.
A. A. Kwln.
M
■OTIOI.
TAKE NOTICE ihal I Island toapply tolas
Chief OammleeloMr of Lands aad Works tar a
Special License to cut nnd osrry away timber
Irom tns Mlowtaf dsscrlbsd lasda In Eaat
Koetsnsy Dlatrlct, BrlU.li ColnmMa:
CoBimencioe al a post plBBisd % mile WMt ol
IksSkookumcbuck river, on ths flrst creek os
wsst tkU sad etas* to trail solas up ssld taisss,
lhaaee Sontk ISO chains, thenc. Weal Wohslns
thane. North ISO ehataa, these. BsstM ebalas
to plaee ol oastsslaf.
DaUd tbli Ulh day of AUfiut. MS*
Jaoob N.lson
SS Locator.
mmoa.
TAKE NOTICE that I latond lo apply to Iks
Chief CommlHloncr of Lands aad worka to a
Special MaasssSssst ssd osrry sway Umber
from the lallowlBf dsMribed Lad. la East
Kootenay Dtalrtot, British Columbia:
Commaaelat at a poat planus] ai H. Kerahaw
Jr'e Soutbeaal corner No. I lloeaw, thanM Mat
40chslss. Usance North U0 chains, theace WMt
40 ohalns. tbeiwa South ISO chalna to plaoe ol
besinnini.
Dstsd ibis lltk dsy.I Atujait, itos.
J. Wink,
m Locator.
none*.
TAKE NOTICE tkal I luuwd lo aoply to Ih.
Chief Commission.r of Lasda and Works for a
Special LImum to eul aad carry away timber
Irom Ik. followlni dMerO»d lands In Esst
KootnM- Dlstrlot, Brltlsk Columbls:
Commsnclns. st a post piaaled at Nels John,
son's uorthwssl corner No. 3 Ucns. tbence
wmi 40 chslas, Nmbm north IW obalni. thenc.
.ut 40 chslns, thence south 100 chelae lo place
of beginning. '
Dated this lltk day of August, ISO.
AT. Collwell
9S Locator.
nonca.
TAKE NOTICE that I Inund to apply to tha
Chief Commissioner ol Lands and Worka lor a
Special License to cut and carry away timber
Irom the tollowlas drserlbad lands la EMI
Kooteaay DUIrlot, British Columbls:
Command w at a peat plaatsd alH. Kershaw
Jr's uerthMst oornor No. t lloeaae, Umbo.
wmi M chains, Unacs north N cbalne, Uwsm
eutsoohslas, thonoe soutb so chslns to ths
plsoe ol beginning.
Dated this tttb day ol Auguat, lst*.
K. H. Small
st Locator
NOTICt.
TAKE NOTICE tkal I lnund to apply lo th.
ChtafCommlalonarof Land aad Worka lora
Spaelal I.lccoe. te out and carry away tlmbar
from Ik. following doMrlbed land. In South-
Mat Koolensy Dlstrlot, British Columbls.
OsssssaiKlBg at a psM pIsnustatE. Small's
aouthesst corner, thence north so chains,
thonee Met 80 ohains, thenc. south w ehaina,
ihssee wrat slgkly ohsls. to plaee of begtn-
slug.
Dated this llth dsy of August, mon.
B. P. Coo»
.-»
NOTICt.
Take notice that I Intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a ajacclal license to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described l*nds in Southeast Kootenay
district British Columbia:
Commencing at Tho*. Dow's south
line ou Cariboo Creek, thence east 40
chain*, thenoe south 80 ehains, thenoe
west 80 chain*, thenee north 80 ebalas,
thence eut 40 chains to place of commencement.
Dated August 3rd, 1005.
IB Joe Taeuhauser
NOTICE.
Take notice that I intend to apply to
tho Chief Commissioner nf Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry away timber from the following
desorlbed lands in Southeast Kootenay
district British ColumbU:
Commencing at the southwest corner
of Joe Taenhauaser's timber license,
thence west 40 chains, thence north 100
chains, thenee 40 chains eut, thence
160 chains-south to plaee of commencement.
Dated August ,'lrd, 1906
30 A. A. Ewln
Take notloe tbat I Intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands ant
Works for a special Henna* to ant ant
oarry away tlmbar from the (eUowinf
desorlbed lands in Southeast Kootenay
district British Columbia:
Commencing- one and on* half mile*
west of tbe southeut ooraar of J.
Tswuhauser's timber license No. 2,
thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thenoe north 80 chains, tbenoe
eut 80 ohalns to place of commence-
Dated August llth, 1006
30 J. McNeil
NOTICE.
Take notice that I Intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
uarry awuy timber from the following
described lands In Southeut Kootenay
district British Columbia:
(.'ommenclng at the southeut corner
of A. A. Kwin's timber license, thence
100 chains south, thence 40 chains west
thence IHO chain* north, thence 40
ohalns eut to place of commencement.
Dated August 3rd, 1005,
20 John Bwln
Take notice that I Intend to apply to
the Chief Commlstlomr of Lands ant
Works for a special license to out ant
oarry away timber from th* following,
described lands In Southeut Kootenay
dlstrlot British Columbia:
Commencing »t the northeast corner
of Thos. Robert, timber license, thenc*
eut 80 chains, thence south 10 ehain*,
thenee weat 80 ehains, thenoe north 80
chains to plaoe of commenoement.
Dated August 3rd, 1005
38 Jaoob Nelson
NOTICE.
Tske Nolle, that thirty daya sftsr
dau I latand te apply to Uo Chief Ooosals.
eloa.1 tat Lasda asd Work, el Victoria lor e
UeasM lo prospect lor CmI aad Petroleum oa
Ike lollowlsg described made, situate oa Ford
la* Hirer in South Essl Koolensy:
Oommenol ng at. poet plan led Bear tks sortk.
west corner ol John Brawn's lloesM asd os th*
I side af rtlook No. uss, Umbo, sort* as
chalas. thsBM out so chslas. Uaeno south at
castas, tsssm wsst so ehaina u plaee af as-
fining.
Dstsd Auguat ink. IN).
Maud Evaaa. LoMlor
■ Joko Brawn, Agsat
NOTICE.
Take Notice that N daya slur dau I lauad
U apply to Ibe Chief Ooaualsaloaar of Leads
aad Works al Victoria lor a Uosbmu Bras.
awsei far Coal and PatroUam *a the lollowlsg
UssfOjsdiasds, stunts os afsrsssi Blrsr Is
ttost* Kssi Knnlisiy:
Osma isclsg at a pan passim mr tks
ootsjar at E. Bussi's cnl aa*
HeeejM taooce ssath to skslM,
iktWM Met so eksU*. ikeaM unh so eaalaa.
sastM wmi at .kalis to paws of hstiulBf,
D.UM Auusi llth, l*».
Violet »M
» Joka
.bsaator
Ntynct.
rtMkmlshstekysirs* thai I IsUnd thirty
UyasrMr'lauioasBlyta tbe oktol Ooamls-
slostr of Undo snd Works .1 ths PrtnrtBM eg
Brltlab Columbia for a Llano, u prapse! fee
Ooal aad Pelrolsum os lb. following dMtrlbM)
landa slluau In Boulheaal Kooteaay:
CoBtmsaclsg at a *Mt planted am alias
nortb aad about one and tbrM-lourtha alhw
wnl of tbo north-oMt corner ol Lot No. tabs,
tkenc. sontk SO okalss. tkeSM Eaal BO skslss,
thenee norlh U ehelBs. thence wmi as ekslsa
to pises ol oommenMmeal.
Dated August I4lh, UM.
K John Brown, Locator.
NOTK l
Take notice that I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described lands in Southeut Kootenay
district British Columbia:
Commencing at the southeut corner
of Ju. Highwarden's Nn. 1 timber
license, thenoe south 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence north 80 chain*,
thence eut 80 chains to idaoe of commencement.
Dated August Uth, 1005
30 Thos. Dow
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE thst thirty days afbar date I
Intenil lo apply to tbe Chief OommlutOBer .f
Lsads and Works lor a LImbm t* praspsct lor
Ooal snd Pttrtlsum os Um following toad, I*
South Eaat Kootenay:
Comssesolsg st tks aoeikeut corasr pom
punted en th. north line of D. Moore's oosl
ueeaee, thonee nortb SO ohalsa. thenoe wmi
It.sY. chslns mora or ImbW ths eut Uu of O.
H. Olll'e CMI licence, tbence south *) ohalu
to ihe northWMt oornor of D. Moon's eoal
Horace, thenoe out IMS ohalns lo plaee ef be-
glnslng.
Dateal August lath, lsw
James T. Laldlaw, Looater
K John Brown, Agent
Take notice that 1 Intend to apply to
the Chief Conimissiener of Lands aad
Work* for a special license to cut and
carry away timber from the following
desorlbed land* ln Southeut Kootenay
dlstrlot British Columbia:
Commenoing at J. Marten's south
line on Cariboo Crees, tbence eut 40
chains, thenee south 80 chslns, thenoe
west 80 ohains, thence north 80 chains
thenoe eut 40 chains to place of commencement.
Dated August 3, 1005
SB Thos. Dow
Take notice tbat I Intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lanels and
Works for a special lioense to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described lands ln Southeut Kootenay
district British Columbia:
Commencing 20 ohains south of the
southwest corner of A. A, Kwin's No,
timber lioense, thence west 180 ohains,
thence north 40 chains, thenoe eut 100
chains, thence south 40 chains to pltce
of commencement.
Dated August llth, 1905
SO Ju Hlghwarden
Notice Is bsreby given ths! slity dsys sfur
dsu I latend to apply u the Hoa. tha Chief
Commissioner ef Undo aad Works for per-
mlMlon to purchase tks following dsscribed
landa, altuaiad la Ksst Kooteoay Dlatrlct:
Cemnient-lna at a post plenUKt at the north
WMt comer ol Lot IMS, Croup I, In tha Mid
Eaat Kootenay District; thenoe essl SO stasias,
tbence nortli *) chalni. thenoe wmi W chalna
swraw Uss to UM Ksst bank al lb* (Ik Mnr,
UwnM soutbeuUrly .long tks Mid Msurly
bank of Ibe Elk Kiver .bout DO chain, to the
place of commencement, inert- being 4s) HIM
mor. or leaa.
Klk River, B.C., JuM Klk, INS.
T. W. BINOAY
-.«* m
Take notice that I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described lands In Southeut Kootenay
district British Columbia:
Commencing at the northeast corner
of J. Kwin's timber license, thenoe e
40 chains, thence south 160 ohalns,
thence west 40 chains, thence north 180
ohalns to place of commenoement.
Dated August 3rd,, 1805
38 Thos. Roberts
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICE thst thirty days sfUr dsu I
lauad to apply to the Cblel Commissioner al
Lsnds ud Works lor s License to praspsst
lor Ooal and Petroleum on Iho following toads
in South But Koouuy:
CommenclngstspMtpisnUd st lb. northwest coroer. being tbe northeast oornor pMl af
D. Moore's cm! lloeooo, theses eaat It.aSebalM
Ihenee south 90 ehains. tbeace wmi lLttotaiu
ihenee north so chslns to plsoe el beginning.
Doted Alls-sat IM, 110*.
Andrew Laldlaw, Loostor
n John arrow*, Agaat
NOTICE
TAB* NOTlUB that thirty days alter dau I
Intend to apply to the Chief C.mmlMton.r at
Landa A Worke far a special lioense to out snd
eerry away limber from tho following described lsnds In South Eut Kooienay dMorlbed M
followa: Commencing al a pMl market
Charles P. Lund's 8.E. eorner. at th. taursee-
tlon ot Lot subs and sbout su chslns north *t
Lot TSS on the East side ol the Kootenay River
la South Kast Kootenay. aad ruBBltig 100 ohalM
North, thence m ohalu wmi mot* or lew to cast
bank of Mid Kootenay River, thence south
following aaid bank to a point opposite th*
point ol commencement, tnenes eut so ckalu
more or 1ms to the point of commencement.
Dated this «h day of Auguat, 1*0*.
*t CHARLES P. LUND. Locator
Take notice that I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special license to eut nnd
carry away timber from the following
described lsnds ln Southeut Kootenay
district, Brltlab Columbia.
Commenoing at» post planted about
00 chains soutb of Skookum Chuck
Creek, on Cariboo Creek, on the aouth
line of Pete Jensen's timber license,
thence eaat 40 chains, thence south 80
chslns, thence west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thenoe eut 40 chains
to place of beginning.
Dated August 3rd, 1806
96 J. Marten, Locator
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that sixty
days after date I intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of lands and
Works for permission to purchase the
following desorlbed lands situate in
Southeut Kootenay.
Commencing at the southeut corner
ot Lot 2047 Group one, thenoe
north 80 chain*, thence eut 80
chains, thence south 80 ohains, thenoe
west 40 chains, thence south 20 chains,
thence west 20 chains, thenee north 20
ohains, thence west 20 ohalns to plaoe
of beginning, containing 080 acre*
more or leas.
86       John A. McDonald, Locator
IhitH thlg.ifah dgy fif tiurewti IWft
Soft.
White.
Fragrant
Shin.
Um
BABY'S
SOAP
N. ether Imp Is last aa good. Ml
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•nt*MAsrm mechanic., natt.asoar
I smi *»»■" Wi "■! Oe» Hat Msssssst i
HNIN
POOTY.FIPTH YEAR.
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ti mvtaa PoarnuD.
aasn ton uawu own.
MioinguiSckntificPKsl
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ac#xri
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t05, at tha
at Public
out, fONtiM
iraat, cost*
itted to.ttM
d. a, Mcdonald, manager
We Give Tou Tour Money's Worth
A
Tlioso who are ivonry and tniroty, drop in, rda
Alex will do the rest.
ALEX McCOOl-    Prop.
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LICENCES
Attention l*
Sep. 17 of the 1
rendu as follow*
"No person, tl
"or continue li
"principal, hk*
' within ihe Pi
"nursery stock,
"trees, plants oi
"Tlnoe. whiifiiii
"to carry (in ruq
■In tills Ael pni
All penoni nu
In this Provtiicr
pats, or by them
Department of .
fiiitiifni perform
public  In theffd
nursery itoolt OXoi
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K.NTITI.K-- lh«f holder to ONK I'HAV' i for
lb* SOUD SILVKR SPT, whieh will !* given ti»
the holder of the larv***-*' mini her at COUPONS "ti
Jamiai**.. M. »*»;-
A OOTMSI will b* ifivoii with t-\.r> i tjjai*
at ikjt.Ku_- t.( l*lfarettet pureh •*■.*••.. between
**. P'.-mber  I*;. IU06ami January   Ui. !•••■
S. J. MIOHTOIM,
Tobacconist.
^^^B '  KAXBIti ">K.   H
WILL  BE
Hakiik
Kntitu*  the holder taOSt* .H.**** It*
toSjnitiuv-BtWT -in-., ■ill'- -'-•""'
the holder "I th. tart*- •«■"*<" "'' """"^ ""
Januan   1st.  ''"*'
"corraw will b* uiv-n with .->." <".■»'
or raMkaf* "I i .ar-ii'- I'"" ha.--.! )-"»""
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S. J. MIGHTON
Tobacconlffct I
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GIVEN   AWAY
190.
A   HANDSOME
Set of Table
SILVERWARE
Consisting of ni* Pieces
!      One Dozen Dessert Spoons
I     One *4   "  Tea Spoons
Valued at $75.00
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it   One Dozen Table Forks      I
*£*>
NOTICE.
Ha 1.
Take ufti.t* 'hal tliirtj .la>» »fl#jr
,!ate 1 (stand to apply hi th.. (.Iii,f
CoBuntetOMr of Ludi and Worra'at
Victoria for a Special Liw-u**: to..D|
awl carry a*a\ timl»*r from *■-•'.,!,,,,
..._■ dflgertbed land* In Smithy,-. Kta,it*
MJ District.
OamniMntefl at a poet plutadmr^,
Dnrlfa hank »»f the ttfafcaa g|m
Uutr. atwiit aaa hall milt- north ,j
Cariboo Ooak, thence mirth *J> chain,
thaaaa »***t •*-» chain*., •.'..-ii,-- ^mttj ^
chtin*. thenee we»t HO chain*, therm-
iiuri li ><t i-hain<> hi Uh- -.-lace of Ite^in.
ninif roatalalBg BIO mm mjtwt oc i.-*,
P. -U-i.-i-ii. I ...,'„,,
[tut.-ii AOgOM UM, IMA
•.». <*nnna*ncint at a j*r»t plant,-,'
M half mill aeH at P. Jnm'1 Kg,
ln*t claim, ihenee **.\t\h ni ctuj^
tb*D*M MM 40 chain**, thenc* 1 .t .rtt, iiii
chain*, thenc*- W.--.I *" »-haiiL-. then,-,.
HMtth 80chain* lo pia*-*? af.heftftrdif
iitntailsin*.' t'*¥t acrv» more im- Ie**,.
Kulila l.uiHiin. I. - ..'ni
I1. J«*n-«*n. Ajfitii
Im'.ii &0PWI -I   »Wft
:.   CoBunaodBg at a pM   pUtitMj
dm uiilt- WMI of K" -'a I. .'..;.1,'atimtMT
• '.aiiit. UWSOO wiiiili   10 i-tiaii -.  iki'Otv
. »-• Wrhaiti*. tllfU.t* Hon). Mi   rhaibi,
ihcnt-o w«-**t ft thain-* U» ; a. -- ••( U-
•fiiinin.:- ttiniaininj.' **¥i ubm onm* <*
Im .
IV WinMiti. UtfUflf
I* J**n*.■:.. AfRtl
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4.    (.'otiiineiit'ini.' a! ;. (<• 1 ,-iaiilf-tl ti
th.- MirUtvMi cvraor >»! I'. tt'isttUi'i
timU't i-laim. IllCQCC n*»nli ni tlain..
lht-ni*»* i-a*t MlrlMllM. thoMV mhiUi "«j
.-hain-.. ihonoe »*>t M'Hiain-. ti. j>ia.-,-
..' lueginalnf tiootaltriag Bttomaaun
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1'. -l**n*rii. A*f«ot
Dawti AuiTii-tt U, Ittffi.
.S.   t omiTM'tit-ini:  at a   1*1*1   plmtd
one mile W9mXtti P.   WinfeMtV timlr
trlaim. thrmt*-MHith  M» ehaii.*. 0MW
BMt£M) rhain*. theoee north 80 ehain-.
thenee   vet4   ""' >hain*> tt> place of|be-
tftnnint*  enntaiuiiij:  *>¥* iera^am»r
Ian,
ii. Lundin. 1.«■*!•■'-
I*. Jeawa. Ajfrot
I»at#il Au'/uj-t *-M. I9CS
ti. ronimeneinjr at the mmfawwi
mnicr i»f H. L.aadlB<i timher rlaim.
thenee mirth V> t-Jiaitto.  thenee wt «t) I
•hain*. ibaaca notfa *»i» ehaina. thaw
ur*-,*. -*i chain*. t»« plan *<f btffnd
•*0Btainia| »4*i aer>*- !ti»*r«- <«• !e»o.
iv Wtafekttn Lrtttr
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I   One   "   " Dessert Forks
1     One-half Dozen Table Spoons      j I   One Butter Knife
1
1
I One Sugar Spoon
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Guaranteed to be Solid Silver,
In a Handsome Oak Cabinet.
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A Coupon will be given away with every Cigar or package of Cigarettes   |
purchased --- The person holding the  largest  number  of coupons on
January 1st. 1906. will receive this handsome Silver Set.
S. J. MIGHTON
Tobacconist
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| Baker Street
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Cranbrook, B. C.
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j   Dated Aorgwi tl, ins
! 7. Gaontfaacftaf a» » ]*•>{ \*\va*&
I one half mile we-»t of B.  l.tirulln * ror-
ner   p»mt.   themv   mmtli   Iti' **ha.>.
thenoe ea>l W ctiain.-. tlienee V rh W
I chain*, thenee aad 40 chain* la pi**
nf Uifinnin*? et>ntaininjr **to* aen— rctTv
J w le***.
Wilhc'nii.a Miller. Locator
P. Ji'imts. Aiienl
I>att-d Amni-A D, Mt
|    B.   ('onintencintT  at  a  port   planted
t.ne half mile VOU "( VT.   MtllerV «*.
ner   piM.   th-tui*   tt^ta   >'*'  chain-.
(thenee em.-t 40 chain*. Ikeaee mtrth 1*
chain*, ihaaea aaal 10 4adai t«» fra
t.f Ut'innin^ rootainin>f ti4*t ai*r»--* n*>r-
A. J. Miller. Locator
I*. Jcn-wa. Ai*yot
Patent AllgtL-t tl, tAK
w.   Ooanaeacteg a* a   (to^t  one ba:' |
mile w»-j*t o( A. J. Mili* r» OHUtH i»i
tbem**p mrtiih l**t chain--, tbenee ea.«: t"
•hain*, thenee tvurth to*' chain?, thttur
A*-*:  *Ht ehaioo to place <4 U*j?ionin{ I
c«e *a.: ,'ij. Mtl acna iw»re_or i**^.
N. H.T.*. -:j. !>-»•■*■
IV .;. t.-. r.. AfMri
I^ated AaflM Sa IKIA
10. I '..';,■:.r-;,.-.!._   at   a   \*.-' ylit-'fi
at the northwej.1 earner .«f N. Hat-i'*
ibBba claim. theEi*e -».uth lrt> rfc»i».
thenee aaal lOdtaino, themvoonbl*
chain*, thenc** eaai 40ehatn? to pi**
ot U-j*innim; owtaininj* t-4tt acrv* if*
orktf.
Wllhemina MiUer. !>--»*«'
P. Jentea. Af*
Dated Aafart SI, I90S
11. OBaraneodnf at a ]*wt, yx^
at the ■ort-hwaat cvraerof W. Mw^*
timber claim,  tbaore veM  4».« efejie-j
theni**>- mirth 44* chain*, ibaate B^ i'*l
chain*, thenee **> .:h Mi chain.**, ther
wes*t 13" ehaioo lo plaee ol Uyinni^
eontainint; *»40 aen-* iihh>* or ler*.
A. J. Miller. Locator
P, Jen-en. AfMLl
'.'.--■. Aagaai i'i. IBOI BH
NOTICE.
XorMar Is larrtlri sik-i. ital IkinT »r»'""
UU I l.larsal u> .psai   lo liar l-Slrt >1**"f1
aa^D.r Ol l-Sada SO-t H'.aik*  .1   VK.«l* fl '
brrasF lo p.-.»i», -. for ira.1 .ta-1 l'«"oW*^,
I-.a* i<«k.«fi» .i~.ni«l tairf. .« "a.*"*
i Kooteau,.
«-on*rmiaV .1 .  po*l ajalaaslral   .K*' '
«lf Slar^a rniiV* r*rt ot »o»rl«rr ia W!ttt' r,
FSksy < rUlet. lh.avr wolfc » rlaair..   I"
c^ Wtbal... tSarare oonS SS rS»l»>   "JJJ,
t Jin, .U..IOB. liBS^ lowswal   b]t  P   >   W*^
M SpukaW   w».h   aaal ttto»a s*oa»»a
H ,. ■ •:-. CToqp
A   MATCSKAT    -
JOOENS IHMCtTB     Lore'"*
JOS  IIALI...«•»' g
l>.uJ Msiilasaj siiar. i'»«" ^ "*
aatin  a|„l>   lla-l-lia-|.,l  per-
-il
Offlofl ol the Board of Horttoultnre.
Dopftltmaot of AKrlcullure.
Vli'inrlii.'.'ttib July. IWt:>.
J. R. ANDERSON,
Deputy Minister of Agriculture,
SwrclBry.
«"»i itRronnttffl more, theftod north  m I'linins.
tuoDoe eaitlfiO chains, thenco nouth aloriK the
iliii: of hot flow in obalni io the plnoo of bi*-
KlnniiiK. rontiiiniiiK WO acres more or lr>sn.
Dutcil Ki'plt.mbpr lBfelt. 190ft.
William Breokeartdve, Locator
W David BreokenrlM. Agent
fur.   if the tender be not aoceptod the. cheque
win lit- returned.
The   Dcpuriliu'iit  '!,""•  mu   Mtl<1   itself to at1-
coot tin1 lownM or miy tender.
Hy Order.
'   FRED. OKUNAH.
Secretary.
Deuurtuiuut of PUhltc Works,
i0 l.littawa. Kept. suii. IWft.
OiTirr: Hourh:
9 to 12 a.m
I to il p.m.
7 to 8 p.m.
■ >PFICE and Hrhidence
Armstrong Ave.  Cranbrook
S£ Dealers in
£    Live Stock
Abattoir and Cold Storage3
^^^^^^^^B at Calgary, Alberta,   g
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 h. H.,........ ,„„,,,,„ itnniti uvrnly
i'IiiiIiih sou iii nr iii,. hortliuaat pnrniir ol '■"'M
Southoast Kiiiii»'iiii,v. tln-iii-,- ,-iiai. i'Ik,i1>'
ohalns, tlienoo imriii eighty i-iiuhm. tlmiM
west clia-iity ehains, thonee siniili i-lavi'i)'
,'IihItih in pises ol boirlnniufr, known s, I'ot
*MI.
W. J. TI.MI.lfK.
Osteal Septemtwr 4lh, 1905. » THK I i.dSl'Krl'oi;  CRANBROOK, B. C, SEI'TliMltEK no. i»6ft.
I. CLAPP
W. 1,'ol.l.lNs
Baker Street,     Cr.*inhrook, B.C.
A      Lighted   By Electricity      k
ml    - Hested By Hot Air  -    ill
(.ouifortuhlc Bedrooms
First Class l>iuint> Room
IIEADQUARTEH8   FOR TOURISTS AND OLD TIMERS
Central
Hotel
ROBERT JOHNSON
Proprietor  0
♦*•:   Marysville, B.C.   $
ii Tlm leading lintel of llio St.   Mary's Valley.    *
Nice airy rooms, newly furnished,   Table as (food   .,
f)   as any in Kookmay. tl
GOOD   SAMPLE   ROOMS
*   ROYAL   t
i   HOTEL
One Dollar Per Day
and Up.
L. B. VanDecar. Prop.
•Slje iproapectoi;.
, \'i I i.in i , .-;.. i. s*v,
IB. H. SHORT k CO.
K      a
ARMSTRONG AVENUE
- Newest designs iii
,  Walt Papers
•t.- Over 400 Different Patterns to Select From
s,      w
i
I   Painting, Decorating
and Sign Work
P.O. BOX 33
PHONE Ul
:♦:*&*r$.*:$:».i&yd*i:*.$ ^l.-»-'*^»-^:.«.:t^<c^-^D»;s>:;
Wholesale
LIQUORS 35; CIGARS
A. C. BOWNESS
AGENT  FOR
Calgary Beer, Ale & Porter.
T. REBEL & CO., Hay and Grain.
Cranbrook, B.C.
*W«   *W»    W»
I Gaigaru Cauie 60.
J Freeh and Salted Heats
j Fish and Poultry in Season
\ Orders by mail will receive prompt
i and careful attention
e
j #    Order By Phone 45    9
Centrally Located
Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Under New Management
,        . .       ;u        When ynu want  a gfjod
Headquarters for mining   «   p|;ice  tQ cQme tQ ^
men and old timers. jjj   Manjtoha;
d. a. Mcdonald, manager ,
Wa Give You Tour Money's Worth
LOCAL NEWS.
I'\ Davidson, Vancouver, was
in the olty Monday.
B. It.   Dawsuii.  .Wlsiiii.  was u
ifui'Ni at the Cranbrook .Monday,
V. \v. Qodaall, Plucher Crook,
passed through Cranbrook Sivt-
ni'ility im his wuy ln.it)>*. Ht>
wiik visit iii).' Mr ami Mrs. IO. C.
tliller ui Fori Sieule for sovural
iluys lust week.
Attention!   Everybody thai
wants lurniiiiiv ri >| ui in'i I ur up-
holsterlng ilnni), or new WOl'K,
WOUld ilo well lo eiiini'  mul   si"
mc New-sample* on hand, My
Qhargei are nsoderat*?* A.
liUKNiKit, Armstrong Ava
Lead in B. C.
Lead, tbi'i'n is luisof it in R. ('.
nml ill no vi ry ilistanl date will
it be eagerly sough) after.
The Coeur d'AleDe prod uo tion
is being pushi'il tn th,' breaking
point; the consumption in the
United States is enormous; the
production in Mexico is dwindling rapidly, owing to the ore
gradually growing more zinci-
furious in depth. Treatment
charges have been cut to an
unheard of figure to stimulate
production; Railroad construction is being pushed to tap new
districts of supply. Smelters
are being forced on a copper base
because of lack of supply of load.
This stimulates the search for
copper deposits, located near the
districts having large [amounts
of dry or silicinus ores,*carrying
gold or silver.
Australia's production of load
is lessoning. The smelting ol
the ore at home has several)
crippled the custom lead smelting industry iu Europe, which
depanded thereon for u supply
of flux.
JgAll the European lead pro
ducing'countries!, find a ready
market for the rawDproduct and
for its finished form. The rising
prices vindicated stimulate consumption. The^industry is rc-
oovering from its loogdepression
and everything is shaping for
the stimulation of' production
Ihrough high prices.
The older countries have not
the resourcesjas they once had in
lead  ■ production,", The new
sources must come to the fore to
supply the deficiency. In the
Doited States very few producing
districts are known; Mexico must
depend on new railway construction while British Columbia has
great undeveloped possibilities.
—Sandon Mining Standard.
NOTICE.
NOTlCF. Is hereby given that thirty iluys
slter ilste 1 liilenal to apply lo the Chief Corn-
inlaaloncr ol Lands anil Works, and to the
Assistant Commissioner of Laiuls and Works
for Hie District ol Kaat Kooleiauy for a License
lo prospect for Coal and Pelroleum on the foi-
owlins described land., situate ai, the forks of
Klsh-e-na'ta-iiia and Akstnins creeks near the
South Koolensy Pass Trail, lllia-k i:.y3. South.
eastern portion of llritish Columbia.
Communcins st a post planted near ihe South
Kootenay Pass trail, north of antl adjoining
John Gtoyn's coul and petroleum claim, being
lite initial post of Nathan Whealdon's claim
and mai-liaal Nathan Whealdon's southwest
ler posl: thence north Hll chains, theuce east
Si) chslns. ihenee waulli so chains, losses west
SO chains lo the place ol hCKlhillln.'. a-aiiitalliiiiK
IHO acres more or less.
Luealcd Sept. 5th. l'.aJ.'a.
Nathan Wliciilahaii, l,ur:il,.r
lll John uloyii. a\gcut
UM     la*.
Kootenay Steel R»« jp
1
AGOODBAKtR
Tha ovto ia the Kootenay Range it scientifically proper,
tioned to the size of the fire-box, eo that no more fuel can r-
burned than ii absolutely necessary to heat the oven.
The oven is lined with heavy sheet steel, which is a grea. |<
radiator of heat and insula i '
a uniform heat through, i.: ij
the oven—no danger of a
loaf of bread being half done
on on* side and burned on
the other.
The Kootenay Rang:  !
built on scientific principle
throughout, and should be
carefully examined before
buying any other.
Sold by all enterprising
dealers.
Booklet free.
Mcdaryfc
London, Toronto, Montreal, Tfamlpec, Vancouver,
St John, N.B.
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Patmoee Bros .Sole Agents
FOUND
ON BAKER ST., ONr. DOOK WEST OF
HII.I. ft  CO,    The only place la Iowa
•   that uen make life worth tbe living.     ,
E. H. SMALL, Manager
I S S I I I S S S I
Oats! Oats!!
Harris Bros.
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I MARCONI
I I I I  I I I I I I   I S I I I I I I I S I I I   llllllll ". Sill 11 s
Shares in the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Co. of Canada can be had for a few days longer at 15 each. $5 shares
are nearly all sold. They will be gone on or before Sept. 27
and after that date none will be sold less than $5.50.
If you want to buy, NOW is the time to do so. To
delay means to pay 50 cents per share more, perhaps *i,oo,
as the number to be sold at 15.50 is very small. The next
block will be put on sale at $6.00. We expect the price to
reach $7.00 before January 1st. Stockholders will be given
preference in the purchase of shares at $5.00. Send checks
made payable to
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NOTICE.
NOTICK Ik hi'risby K-ven tliitl llilrty tlnys
aft.',' 'lull' 1 luicuil toitpply 1.1 llio Chief Cow.
inhsloncr of Lamia nnU Works, hikI to tlm
A-mint mil Co 111111 Us loner of I.uihIs and Works
for tlm District of Bust Koolfttmy forh License
to prospedt for Don) iviroieum over iho 101-
lowlog described lands, iltuateo on Akanlua
reek near tho South Rodtonity I**m Trail,
Ulock AtoX souiiiflHitiiru portion  of Brlttth
ulninbU.
Commencing at a pom plsntwl mmr tho Bputh
Kooioiuiy I'hhs Trail, itbbul two mlloi from ike
iiead of Afciunlnu oreok, oast of umt adjoining
ICIsle L. Kerrr'sCoal umi Potrolottm claim, and
marked rnttilt MonofeQ'i jiorthwosi oornor post
thi'iicc t-ti-it at) chains, thenoe south 80 eltnlns,
thenoe west 80 ohalns, thonoe riorth mi dlialhi
tn ihe I'liti'tMif lit't'liiiinii!. i-oiiliiiiiiiiir MO nciiiN
mori1 or lens.
Located Sept. hth, uwn,
Prsnk UeuofeOi Locator
40 JolltUiloyii. A guilt
25 Broadest.. New York
SO Congress St., Boston
Canada Life Bids.. Montreal
Munroe & Munroe,
Managers for the Marconi Underwriters
See JOHN HUTCHISON Special Agent
;K «#-*$.« $fcK$fadp* 3grx^acr*-« ^gocS^^r^a^^
J. M. DEER
Boot snoe Maker
All Wink (luiuisnti'i'il
New Work Made t» Measure
Armstrong Ave.
I'lilaislH-
ltil|aflrlsl llnlel
lk«!«A'!WW«IS!»'W^^
Royal  Hotel
o
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FORT STEELE JUNCTION
Finest of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Tlmsii who are w
Alnx will iln the rest.
inry and thirsty, drop in, and
ALBX McCOOL    Prop.
SALE OF LANDS FOR UNPAID DELINQUENT TAXES IN THE FORT STEELE ASSESS
MENT D18TRICT, PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
(HEREBY GIVE NOTICE thai on Thursday, the twelfth day of October, A.D., 1906, at th*
Government oftices, Cranbrook, B.C., at the hour of 12 o'clock noon. I shall sell at Public
Auction the lands hereinafter set out of the persons in the said list hereinafter set out, for'tba
delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 81st day of December, 1904, and for interest, coats
and expenses, including the cost of advertising this sale. Lands unsold will be forfeited to,the
Crown.
LIST ABOVE MENTIONED.
NAME OF PERSON ABSRSBED.
Mather, It. I)	
Chew, Gen. nnd Col. snd Kty Rly. Co..
Chew, Geo. and Col. and Kty Rly. Co..
Chew. Geo. and Col. and Kty Rly. Co..
Mi'Guli'e.F.C.AH.W.A Col.&Kly RyO>.
Manning. D. and B C. Southern Ry Co. Pt. of Lot 4889
Ross, H. W. and Col. & Kty Rly Co.... Pt. uf Ut 312
RobertSOD, A.I. 4 Col. ft Kty Rly Co. .!Pt. ol Ut 312
SHORT DESCRIPTION Or PROPERTY.
Uts (IM, rtftS, 6SH and 708 G. 1 Kty Dlst
Pt. of Ut MM G. 1.. Kty Dlst
Pt. nfUt3M   "       "      "
Pt.olUt3l»   "      "      "
Pt. ofUtSHO
Delinquent
Taxes.
wtuo
38 40
12 80
32 00
12 80
10 00
«40
5 15
hi
• 4 28
I TO
86
1 48
88
48
ao
28
i
li
2 00
IS
210
too
too
200
Total
• 2 00110128
42 10
15   a*
36 48
1688
It 41
870
7 40
Sefttember 7lh, 1906
A. C. NELSON, Auenmr
Fort Steele Amrtmmt Dietrlet, Cranbrook, B. O, THE PKUSPfcCTOK  CRANBROOK, :< I     SEPTEMBER
- angnnarinawuarinnarira —■.----   - -
I Imperial Bank ot Canada
^  A'AO''
CAPITAL ACTHuKlZKD
CAPITAL 'paidupl
RKST ACCOUNT     •   -
H.Ouo.OOv
$3,00<.' OCX.'
$3.00 ).0W
Head   OfHct- Toronto.
T. P. MKP.UITT. Pivsiri.-nt   D. K. H 1I.KIK. »*k*-
AOKNTS    IN   lil'.KAT    BRITAIS-U.nd-   rl»r
LoBatoc].
A Gcoermi Bankinil Basiix-ia- Trmaaaa-led.
Savings Bank DeiMsr'aienl..— Interest allowed on deposits.
Cranbrook Branch.       J. F. M. PINKHAM. Manager.
VtAJUUUWJI
She Itcoeyector.
SATl'llliAY   -.r
SSISIWIIII smilliml.1
mtm*
I LOCAL NEWS. |
■*" -"—............ ......■■■
-I    E   >»',<■ .-,',,»!..   Nei>a.i..  Wif» III
jibe city ThuraJa..
A J! (.'<»->« sley. Victoria, wa->
I in the ,-iiy Thur>day
XI.  Parry  of  Nebna  wa*  »
iaie-» :it theC'raubrcK Tuesday
Thi; Man who
Likes io Pish
mw   ed, :.-
... ■ robE
—a^.      ISTHK MAN
—-**^'   wha,    will   *•-    IB
TIkb lei iss laUssse tsv* the iwoor est
I soaking jmt arid*,! [winr.a,       \\ •
asoutd  »"«   W  Ike Btttu-r   «ol\ we
bgsjWwl   h»ve hsvJ ^K-h m»rt«i  HSSMM is Ihe
Fishing Tackle.:
l**M »ilt [Wrtim* of  bruits   iT\*»*i>. |
f*Wic£ parlU**. i*v****au* fie. ano »rv
•:**.<• thai n osa ihi«wa*;hl>  pita*
id Reels of I »«- .,f-!> •• ,d*a*?*« S2
«e «|U ajtst jou. se*. Ihe OMMeaal fjr'.av
we will ,,i«vlr y»u will I<»re no doutX
> j.aur mind Ihst the fssM* I" aft> for
Hrl.-.a' itftrlrs.it* i*.
|ditierent sizes ami   th.-  latest
styles, strong Lines of various
I weights,   all   kinds   ot   Flies
1 and   Hooks  etc.     All at the
Chas Keddith of Montreal was (right prices,
in the ,-itv Tuesdav. . ..
P.S.   Let at serve you by mail
rrest Photo Go.
«++**#*»**+<»** ***♦**♦♦**♦*>*
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♦H.B.K. Cos Mitts and Gloves *
.1  Molt, ftarnte, was doiuje
MS ai * ranbn*>k Tu****rtay
*
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If There
Is a Man
In thi* district who does not kn..\v aU.ut    —
Carss Mackinaws
Monarch Sweaters
.1   A   Hniilen.   I'lticher l'n*k
I a.   '. r.iwn Tsaedfty-
t'ha-   Dure.    Hallurk.
wa- in 'own Monday
Mi nti
i,   K  Pownal! uf  Fi-al,   Lakes
ira.-.  al  rranhrook  T'lesalay  un
Mr still Mr> T
were Cniabrimk
Tue»,lav
r   McVittie
risiton    on
Stnb Proof Rubbers
Invictus Shoes
We would like to make his acquaintance and
to   show   him   the   Big   Stock   We   Carry
You  get  a  full   dollar-,  worth for
even dollar you invest in these good*
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^j_                       _ 'iii'   :> convocation   of   Knighl
7TT~.. . ....      T7~.". r. . . .       Ti'!ii|,lars   will   !*•  called   next
  I . .   .-. •  I W(.eb. nf which  line   notice  ivill
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■Francis McConnell was taking
in the Nelson Kair on Saturday
last
H. S. Clark, custom officer at
Fort Steele, was in the city
Saturday on business.
Constable Cory Dow of Wardner was in town Saturday lasl
on "ftii al business.
Ai.y person interested in free
reading are requested to meet a,
tbe Reading Rooms, on Tuesday
October -ind.
Beattie & Atchison
Where It Pays to Deal.
Baker Si
Studio.
Cranbrook. H C
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital. $8.700.000 Reserve Funi. S3.SOO.O00
HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO
B. E- WALKER. C~r». Master ALEX. LAIRD. Kaat. C« I »..«,»
BANK MONEY ORDERS
r-ttUCO AT TMC FOLiOWtMO MTtt:
15 and uodtr     I •»»
Over »5 tad »ot cscctdtag lit    • e«tt
•   Sl»      - -        S3*  It cants •
■»   S»      •' * ft*   IS c*at»
Ordefi »« Fmvftblc at Par *i any q&c* in Canada of * Cbarttrt-J
__uU. (t+M WMfMl *nd ** ,b« P"^?*1 *>«*kinK pmntt in the I nitcd
Stat**. HM    *.t.a *t a niv ft*T* at
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE. LONDOft. EXti.
T\9n lora an excellent method ot remitting email mm of noocy
with uMv and at email
h- i*-.
i    >
tr.
•lock Qucatiou
¥.-- •*.-•-  »t   h*»>   * Mm
l>««'-r<su   H'
kUrr.-m W.rrlnim .i%»»»'i,»i,
w.- --1. w:i*.«~» ..**•»*•*.*»»'
H»Hk>«r»t Wt■*•(#»» T**!*-**-*!-' *
N*rik >»•■
>ur>tisr.ra
•*t  P *•**•**• *•
K*»6ier Ckntuo
•■V*.;- -* Oil A*d OWl =
Oem *iiT*f* i«».! nin-i**»^!J ««       i
Sal««-
V«Mh* Oi »« 'w*i   ■*iW    >-■ -^e v«:
st Emm >sm*
Stock Quoiation*
K i-n vbriH Jofca  Hu.-a-M* A Co. ClU
hasel H..
T*»s*> t*rik»*«iB|an nrntnt prtrs-* a*. »l:*k the
•.wc*. n*.u^l raa U funn»ti*-d.
>L Kuttn*- <    ■
Sorth Mar
Suit.™*
Man-oa. it *B*il»ii» Ml
lnt*TTMi.na«l Ctet «
Ktata t'n»i	
We.i*r« 00 ..
*«AI.I>   -*.*■   M*rr**-. *
OmL    M»St Kotene.
i DRAYING
We have heen in the  busines.
for several years, we hive the.
i l*'>t .-quipment in  H.C.   and  we
iruaranlee satisfaction
flftnui mat Piano
We are the authorized agents |
for the removal of Mason Jt Risch!
Pianos, we can do the work with '
out risk      Also Household Fur
nature.
PERRY A FITZ6ERALD
Pnj(nri^lora t.f Ihe
Cranbrook Cartage and Transfer Co'
*H»*»**-l!**lr,>.*|.**'B**'S
i-.g«i»M»s'»s«ii»i>'*M»il*i**»W
insurance value ot the Eyes
jlMM *;.ll hv\\* cure,
Tin*    aroUlent   insnram*.
jotiry tlmt > i*c*ld** <*r).f«Ht in I
iu,v  of  d«*aih   pn»videfc an I
iml»*iiin«ty ol |2|6l)0 for Ibe
IflM t'l tnitli «*y**s.
Th:- DMMS that a Mitwl men ■- j
j-ructii-all\ h»!f dealt.
'iuaftl ytHiri'V*-!* With dWCHSi
TOO many  have pot «(T   firfttc ,
therm  a**-r"ii.t,   until   it  m- :,.i
t«* tn be bantHttad.  If aoytUsi |
ih»* tbaUar   witb  than Uuu (
will tell vou •**.   Cowull
.*•»
' '■*..■•' "I [aa.;;,
C.I'.IL IVp.*.
1-bom-AJ.I
. P. Tate & son
:s
t^WSti!*s»is*«»s>*JS0sias£9isM
For Sale
Frame.  Shinele
$M CLINE
Two Storey
nsded
Kev. W <;. W. F"rtunewasat i»....ii;„..   ll....  .,
Calgary this .reek attending » Dwelling  ll»»U>e
Svood' meeting   of   the   Home     On Hanson Avenue.  iilaMered|f
Mia--.ui Committee. tttfOBghoBt    Electric Light and #
  I Water,   Three bedroom-.. Dining IS
Dr. H. Watt of Port Steele TO »■* Sittingjuoro  kitchen and 15
in     town   Saturday   last     nr   summer   kitchen     and    cellar.
Wall   Interviewed ".Sir Thomas\<>*n" '"iiv:ni-'   ,f,w" .a,:"   W,M
b-haughnessy   in   matters   per.loffer easy terms    Apply
taininsr lo the  building of the
Kool 'nay Central Railway.
IS lh.aaial SUOIl'^aaat tUrWr >S*f
cat, no. be to.s-1 bjllsi
WATTS' p.ru.nis,.
t'-.r*! ,'!s>-a Wvrli in all Itraa.h^a
Cranbrook's Leading Opticians |
ill Wat.-h In-ia-a-...r- Cron'a HtM "sws llivi-i'.-n , .I'.K i
s.»^i-*i-^i-»i-»vl-*l-»l»l*l»S»SVf-*i-»l-vij*i*a*i%
<*^a**«*44******«e*»«««*«»*
This Is *
Tonsorlal Art j*
*aistmi\
A . receplory ol Knighl Tern
plurs will rie instituteil in Cran-
brook .ai.r.niz llle coming month.
We   Iwarii   that   the   necessarv
Arnold & RoDeru; GrannrooK
 n um
For sate
Canadian Railway
m nance n i
A  i^- a v. n
2 lie Prest Photo Co. are the
^.'tir-- photographers in llritish
T Columbia to install an Abc Lamp
4-j for taking pictures at night,
j From now on it will tie in oper-
J. ut ion every Saturday evening to
T accommodate the busy man who
Jjcannot come throusfli the day
Presl Photo Co.
!'"" N«» Silver-
Platinu Machine
Complete a»ri n-ady to operate
A 2rio<l money maker.
A.  I.KENIKK.
Opposite Imjierial Hotel I
J. Edgar Davis
A   Bricklayer   A
Has Paid Indemnity to the Extent of
$2,700.00
Furnace.   Boiler.   Range   and
" ; Fireplace Work a Specialty.  All
Robt, Dempsey, *n old timer deacrJI)aon of stfme.work un(ler.
in     Siutlieajat      Kootenay.    re-. ■
3* I turned  to Cranhrook   Tuesday. | taken.
Tl Mr. Dempsey  eras accompanied
In thi-- <;.'.-:rict ilurint; the last \>
I
3.
-,,,.- Orders leh atJ. D. McBRIDLS
us return by Mr H. Kichards.
M     D.    King-ltorousrh    of iwili Reedre Prompt Atieniion.
;bec, who will took  over  the
■i
and will probably
.icinitv.
""'".FOR ft FIRST-GLASS TURNOUT
•A
j Beale & Elwell
i Baker. St. Cranbrook, B.C.
i    find Take out a Pollen.
^RANBROOKS GREATEST STORE
5 HILL 6c CO. |
A A
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B
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2 He? John itcDougall. D.D. of
•j. Calgary, who wasoneof tbeflrsl
T missionaries to enter the ilreat
A West, -jit-nt Sunday and Monday
•j*'iast in town While here he
X preached in the Methodist
•|- Church and also lectured in the
*£ same place. A large audience
_£ greeted him on each occasion.
Hi delighted the people with his
sturv "' hi- w.-stern work. >how-
ng 'In- influence of the Gospel
upon the original settlers of the
and and depleting the difficulties
I tbal must be overcome in pioneer
'work The Dr. is still full of
I enthusiasm and throws himself
greal earnestness into his
! work. He leh a gixsl impression in town
TAYLORED   CLOTHING
Up to Date j
Goods in Gents Furnishings
Dry Goods Millinery
Carpets      Curtains
Etc.
We Invite Your Inspection for .Seeing is Believing
Special Bargains
in Rain Coats
HANDLERS
LIVERY
TEAMS and DRIVERS
Furnished for any point in the
district.
GES.RT « DOYLE, PROP'S
Teams ami drivers furnish
ill for any point in tiie district.
A. DOYLE. Manager
HEATING
SEASON
SOUVENIRS
J   Heat Strong
♦   Heat Quick
And   for   Beauty,
Stand Unexcelled.
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Style and Finish •
JAMES GREER
d
CONTRACTOR
nnd BUILDER.
r.STlMATKS rVRNIsllED OX ALL WORK
JOHMIN'I.   1'ROMPTI.V E.XKiTTKll
Houses and Cottages for Rent
or Sale on Easy Terms.
I.IMK ANH SHfflOLKS FOR8ALB
Telephone -2.
EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY
D. J. JOHNSON
Carpenter V$ Builder
(iood Work at
Reasonable Price
Office and Workshop Lewis St
It will pay those who are
looking for work to call and
see
Jim   McArthur
He can  secure you a job and
W"l"l"l-l-l"l-l-M-l-l"l-l-H-l-H-! also m >'ou out in
Clothes, Shoes.
Hats, Etc.
TISDflLE'S ii
•adquarten for
FRESH PBUITH
i Jim Moflriiiyr
NUTS and CHOICE   ••   Hanson. Ave.
6ranDrooK'§ Greatest store
Ice Cream and Soft Drinks x
Also Tobacco, Pipes
and Cigars
X   Baker St    Cranbrook   '.'.
•-M-M-M-M-M Hi "I -l-H-W-I-
Cbakbrook, BC
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY
$27.00
Vancouver.    Victoria
Seattle
PortlaoiKReturn
30 Day Limit
Chut**** of route*, all ^'1 via Sumafor
NolH'K TO CONTRACTORS
Division Engineer's Office, Calirary.
Tenders will l*- received Rl ihi-
Offlce until u O'clock Thursday.
October 5th., tor the erection, completion, iintl delivery ol stone and brick
station building al Lethbridge. I'lnn**.
Specifications und forms ol proposals
ma\ Ih' lm<l on api>Ucation lo this Office
Lowes! or any tendec noi neoessarilv
accepted.
N. K. BROOKS,
4u Division Engineers
S. S. PRINCESS VICTORIA
Vancouver   to   Seattle   via
Victoria
Dominion Exhibition
NEW WESTMINSTER
•21.16
Tickets on  sale Sept.   l'4   to
Dnw{0ct A pood to return till Oct. 11.
Through Sleeping
Car
Arrowhead to Vancouver
DAILY from Sept. 26 to Oct. lM5
MINKRAl,  ACT.
fPOUJ P.]
oasrrintuTi "r in*»B''rEiir)rTs.
NOTICE.
Brnce. Victoria and Standanl Pntctioo
Mineral Claims.
Sttufti* tu (he Kort Sw<le Mlnlnr revision or
Katt KootnikT DUtrlct.
Wher*** IocauhI On th»- <■/*•♦.* fork of th«* St.
11*17*1 Klvfr an't «1)0lBlDf ifc' ttr«*t
Omp,
1't.xXe noti.-» thst   (. Jtbn'l I'limmln***   ¥r*~
Miner'*-   Oerttficate   s<,      nusx"    a»'tiw(
IS m*t*nt  for Jotwph  U    Wf^lil.   t-'.U-C    No
BnoatndCP. Coon. P.si.r  No. lir>-'>.  »n-i
Jus. a Mookfr. P.W.C No » :;>» intend
-ixi> dsyi 'rum lh**d»l*- > . - .,f toapply tr> !h«-
Ml„l,,sKr,,'Mrr,,,,.l.,,.L,au,„llDpn»e-        K„r   ,,,,,   |iarti,.uUn(.   fir.,    ,.,„,    m
,      . ';•'"",'""""" '■•»""»' AC""° -luurist sleeper re^rv.tion.. a,,plv to
,.,.„ mih.,i«,v.,-i.„„. loiasl ««ntsor write
Anal lurtba-r tat- Dutlrc ihst a,--.ion. un'!*r
.«-tio„ r.. mu,. b. omm.n«i lastor. ik. ■•*«    (j. HILLIEB, Acent, Cranbrook
UworsMhC.rllflraiaollmrBWni.j.Sals .   a OARTPR R    t CCWT 9
Dswti mi,-.■:•.  l.„ .,(.,„,,«, Ai. lis*..       11" „,„"•"*' B.J.COYI.1-,
57 lows o. anatOM*    D.P.A., Nslwo.  a.o.P.a.. Vtaeosirn
J. D. McBwde
CRANBROOK, B.C. J
ONTARIO
GRAPES
FOR PRESERVING
Concord      Delaware
ROGERS
4 and 8 lb. Baskets
50c. and $1.00
G. T. ROGERS.
PANCY and STAPLE GROCERIES and CROCKERY.
Cranbrook, B. C.      '
in OPE
Wednesday, Oct. 4th.
and Following Days
»♦   We Will Display the
Newest    Designs   in
♦*
Millinery for Fall
and Winter
REID St CO.
<*a%&*J&*>**>'^S'^~2~E<>vl'«lVg^
IMka.

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