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Vol. IB.
CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, JULY '20,1U07.
No. '2h.
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MEETING OF COUNCIL
Wh t lho City Du's are Doing U
Pmuioto   the  Wrlfar-
of the City,
A regular n ling of lhe City
Council was liclil in lhe council
eluiiulii'i'sun Weill esduy evoning
There were present Aldermen
QUI. Fink. Rvun, McCowan and
llichollliolhulu.
Iiii llllilllil, nl Aid..1111:111 Kink
and Hickenboiliain, Aldermau
lllll loi ill ihe chair, us Mayor
pro Imu,
Records of lasl regular meeting were read, aud oil motion of
Aldermen Fink and Hlcken-
hothuin, were approved and
adopted as read.
A communication from Mr.
Soinerville of Winnipeg, re
scavenger work was on motion
tiled.     '
A communication from Mr.
Uossisier, representing the C. P.
It., regarding the construction of
a drain or sewer pipe line from
the round house, to connect with
lhe creek on ViinHorn avenue,
was on motion of aldermen Pink
and Hic.keiihotham referred to
llie Health Committee and City
Solicitor.
A communication from .). S.
Ilewes, re house numbering was
on motion tiled.
On motion of Alderman Finland Hicki'iiliiitliam, the City
Solicitor was instructed to meet
aud consult wilh the directors of
Water Supply Co., and secure a
contract I'm* lhe supplying of
water for tire purposes and street
sprinkling, aud report at next
meeting of Council.
The special committee on
School protection, reported
that the school Trustees
would        ciirry out       llio
wishes of tiie council, and
that the platform and stairway
lo the second siory he constructed
before the commencement of the
fall term.
The reporl of the special committee re the buying of the Provincial Jail was received and
approved.
On motion of Aldermen Finland Hickenboiliain by law No 12
was introduced and read a first
and second tune. By-law No. li
being an act tu amend the tire
licit by-law.
Ou Motion Aldermen McCowan
Hickenboiliain liy law No. 48 was
introduced and read a first and
second time.
Ou motion of Alderman Fink
and McCowan the Chief of Police
was appointed as Lieeuee In
s pector for theCity of Cranbrook
Alderman McCown reported
that there was no doubt that
gambling was lieiug carried on in
the city. Police Commissioner
IC.VU.11 staled that as soon
as the alumni commissioners
returned Ihal lie would issue
instructions lo the Chief of Police
io stop gambling,
Aldermen Fink and McCowan
were authorized lo make Ihe
necessary arrangements and to
ered it stand pipe for sl reel
sprinkling purposes.
A ciniinillee, consisting of
Aldermen Fink, Hicktnibothuin
and Hill Wuroappointed to secure
lhe necessary furniture for the
furnishing of the new Cily building, which will be ready for
occupancy aboul September first,
not to exceed an outlay of JUI50,
Alderman Hickenbotham gave
notice that al the next meeting
of council he would introduce a
motion to amend bylaw No. II.
The object of the amendment is
lo increase hotel licences from
#:l*ill loViVK).
Council adjourned at II p, in.
Interior Conservative.
The following were present at,
Ibe meeiing of the Conservative
executive of the interior held at
Halcyon Hot Springs last Saturday uflernoon: It. S. Lennie,
A.'IS, Watts, ,1. H. Scholleld, N
F. McKay, Thos Taylor, Win
Hunter, Capl Armstrong aud K
li. McKibbon, Tbe meeiing wns
1 vers, enthusiastic one, and
many matters of importance 10
thn Conservative party in Iho in
terior were discussed, In Ihe
absence of Hie president. R. S
Lennie occupied the chilli'. A
resolution was passed express
ing confidence in Hon, Richard
McBride, and coiigrululuilng liim
011 his return to bis native pro
vincc nnd expressing Hie hope
lluit he inii'lii Inn!-. Im spared lo
henelil by ihe noble work he has
done fur llriiisli Columbia bj
pressing the claims of ihe pro
vilice on llle consideration of llle
imperial aullioriiles Tlie reso
lution was carried unanimously,
ami Mr. Lennie wiisinstruclud lo
forward I he same to Mr. MoBrlde.
Those presenl were united in I lie
belief that lhe Conservative
party, organized as il is at present, will sweep ihe whole province a! the next Dominion election.
PROGRESS UP MINING
Southeast Kootenay The Banner
Silver lead Producing Distriot
in British Columbia.
The value of (be mineral pro-
duels of Ibis district grows
steadily greater, each year show
ing a material increase over the
preceding year. Three shipping
mines shipped 1 HP,080 tons of
ore.
The Crow's Nesl Pass Coal
Company, operating al Michel,
Coal Creek, and ul Morrisey,
have mined during the past year
720,449 tons of coal, of which
150,798 Ions were sold in Canada,
and 230,Sti3 tons sold in tlie
United Stutes, lint,Mii tons
were used in making coke and
IU.7-IS tons were used under the
companies boilers.
The amount of coke produced
was 189,883 tons, of which 1,889
was carried over the year as slock
aud 188,040 lous sold, some 134,-
040 lous for consumption in Canada—all iu British Columbia-
while 53,400 tons were exported
to the United States.
The Fort Steele district continues to produced a little gold
from the old creeks, lint the
quantity is yearly diminishing.
Southeast Kooteuuy produced
1,049,580 ounces in silver, and
44.4S7.4Kl pounds of lead, or
aboul 88% per of the lead pro
duced in this province.
Big Timber Deal.
Iowa capitalist have just concluded a deal for Vancouver Is
land limber limits to tlie extent
of 70 square miles, mills will
he creeled on lhe island and Hie
lumber exported lo lhe slates,
The same parlies are considering lhe purchase of extensive
limits on the main land,
11 is said thai a number of
Cranbrook business men are in
on tlie deal.
Patmore Hros. are selling up 11
I ~» horse power Fairbanks Morse
gasoline eng ne for Ihe .laps.
4'hls is lhe second sold lo these
people, whicb speaks well for the
Fairbanks Morse Engines, which
are lieiug si lil all over llie
country.
PEOPLE YOU MAY hNOW
Visitors Here ami Thero   People
Who Come to Cranlirook ami
Those Who (lo Away.
Shorl A i'n , bave ibe eonlracl
for 1 mlIIling Hie public School
Harry Mather id Fori Steele
spi'iil Tuesday iu Cranbrook
llnli  H iisey of War. I ner was
iu lhe cily Monday mi luisine .-
Dr, .1. W rutliii nf Marysville
was iu tlie eiiy Wednesday
i'. 13 Burgess of Toroniu, uud
F. Fletcher ol Nelson were
guests al the Cranhrook Monday
Mr, and Mrs R Joyce ol'
Mayook were Crnnbrooli visitors
Tuesday.
A. B Fenwick of Fori Sleele
was in llie cily Wednesday on
business.
G. L. Griffith and M. A. Dennis
of Lethbridge were registered at
Ihe Royal Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank VanDecar
and child returned lo ('ranbrook
Tuesday.
Frank Parks, lefl on Ihe
Spokane llyer Thursday on 11
visit to the Palls City.
13. El lings of Porl al, N. 1>.. L
Woods of Edmonton, were regis
lered at the Royal Friday.
D. .1. Johnson lias the contract
for the building of llie uew Cranlirook Hotel.
F. B. Hawthorne, and A. Cl.
Dezell of Nelson were guests at
the Royal Wednesday.
You will appreciate a White
Mountain Freezer this Hot
weather. The very thought
keeps you cool, at Patmore Bros.
Mr, T. Martin of Calgary. C.
P.R. civil engineer, was iu ('ranbrook this week on company
business.
Mr. and Mrs. 13. Fitzpatrick of
Marysville were guests at the
residence of Mr, aud Mrs.
Grenier this week.
Mrs. R. Eraser and Miss Lillie
Tannhauser were visil ing thoir
mother. Mrs. .1. Tannhauser, al
Fort Sleele Ihis week
,1. Thompson, ,1. Kelley, and
llus Theis of Perry Creek were
transacting business al Cranbrook Tuesday.
Mr. und Mrs. R (I. Brown of
Toronto, and ,I. Clark of Flora.
Out , were guests at the Cosmo
polilan Tuesday.
A. II. Sperry of Spokane, 13.
A. Hill of Moyie, Clias Guskill
of Kiinlierley and L. Bailey of
Calgary were registered al llie
Cosmopolitan Wednesday.
Harry Drew, the popular proprietor nf the North Star Hotel
at Kiinlierley was transacting
business at Cranlirook Wednes
day.
Harry While, customs officer
at Cranbrook lefl 011 Monday on
a visil to tlie coast. F. R.
Anderson is iu charge of lhe
customs ollice during Mr. Whiles
absence.
'Plie Fire Brigade were ou' as
usual on Thursday evening for
practice. 'I'he hose leum made
a Hue run, aud laid 11 hundred
feet of hose, and gol water in
good time.
If you know or hoar of un Interesting item in tho community,
make il u point lo see that it
finds a place in your local paper.
We should much appreciate your
effort and will send our reporlerl —"
to ascertain or verify any lack-1 LOST between Fori Steele and
iug points. Auylh.ng which Cranbrook. Big Envelope Con
tends lo better or bright- fining Life Insurance man's
en lhe news service of a paper outfit, contract with .Ten-ton, anil
and other papers     Please innv
Illli..ial Rebeknli pins al   Tat.
lhe Jeweler,
13. Feagan of  Mnrysville  wa
11 town [' rulav.
Fresh Riispherri
toil ay.
is al Slew
Mis Sawyer am
of Marys, .lie wee
1 h-nnhl-nnk Tues '■>
Mis.    Mi
shoppini
I. liuivli. 11 limber cruiser rrom
\\ yclilTe was In ihe city Thurs
lay on business.
Ml' OlisSluples. of I he Sill pies
Lumber Co . ..I U'yclilTo uie, hi
town Tliui'Hilu)
Mr- Win Porsylh of Knid.er
le\ was a Craubrooli yisilor
Thursday.
Mrs 13. ('. Smiili ofSl, Joseph's
prairie was slioppii g in ('ran
brook Thursday.
F. M. Rankin of Marysville. a
smeller man, was transacting
business ul Cranbrook Thursday.
If you want good Cherries
Hugh Stewart Ims Ihem.
"Dad" O'Hearn has acceptod a
position with tlio Norili Star
Milling Co . as muster mechanic.
Goo. Rupoil. of .lalliesloll. X.
Dakota, is visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. O'Hearn this week.
Mr. and Mis ,1 Sterling
Staples of WyclilTe were in the
city Saturday lust.
SOUTHEAST K00TE
NAY DISTRICT
lieport  of J. V. Armstrong,  Hold
Commissioner.
The following table shows
approximately llie number of
mineral elniins lield lu this .lis
Iricl during the year HMO: Held
under Crown grant or certificate
of Improvement 'Ml, cei'llllcales
of work llllu, new locutions llio.
'I'he assessment work done on
mineral eluiius show a slight ill
crease, but lhe number ol new
loeu I ions Is smaller than ihe pre
The shipping mines have been
tlie Sl, Eugene group al Movie
nnd the Sullivan and Norili Slur
al Kimberley. Tho Norlh Slur
group has shipped only 2,900
ions of ore. but has been energetically pushing development
work throughout the year. Work
lias been continued on the Sleniwinder, 11 neighboring claim to
llie North Star, witli good results,
and this claim will undoubtedly
be added to the shipping mines
in this division within tho nexl
twelve months.
The Syndicate whicli  secured
rights during  the year   1905  to
prospect    under   the   waters of
Moyio   Lake,   between  the    St.
Eugene and Aurora groups,   has
been boring 011 tlie eastern shore
and in Hie lake, and expects  to
reach ibe vein shortly,
Development work on a large
For gifts  for the   Bride   weIscll|e wol,i(*| |,0 justified on many
ave   a   lovely line of up to date j .|c,s    wj|'h     ,h(i ,;,
estgns in cut glass and sterling „
silver.   Tute the Jeweler. \means   ol   transportation,   hut
capital seems to lie  waiting   for
II. S. Smith of Bath, NB., P.
II. Smith of Foxcrofl, Me., and
L. Ross of Lethbridge were registered at llle Royal Tuesday.
W,   li.    P -.son   and   11    A.
Willis of Beauliiii'iiois, Que.,
were registered al the Cranbrook
Friday.
cheaper transportation.
The silver lend ore from this
Mining Division lias this year
contributed largely lo the total
mineral production ot' th.. pro
vilice.
1't.ACKH MINING.
The usual  oul put   from   Wild
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Thornton.  Hol'se cl'eok  l'.V Chinamen  has
Miss Ida and Miss M. Jackson of been uiade     An hydraulic plant
Gore Bay. Out , were registered
at tlie Cosmopolitan Friduy.
The Baptist Sunday School
picnic on Thursday was largely
attended, and a good limo was
enjoyed by all in ul tendance.
C. Hungorford Pollen, president of tlie Kootenay Central
railway Co., was al Nelson
Thursday
Reid & Co., are offering as a
first prize a pair of $5 Slater
shoes to each player of the
winning team of llie Base Bull
League.
Tlie "Hello" line lias reached
Elko. You can talk witli thu
boys and find oul if tlie lisli are
biting, then spend a few days iu
lhe Falls City.
We have just received an
elegaul lino of enamel Souvenir
goods. Would ask you to call in
and examine lhe Industrial souvenir spoons     Tate tlie Jeweler
We predicted Hot Wealher, we
also told how lo Keep Cool A
Toledo Sleam Cooker and a
gasoline slovo will do it, Nm
much outlay,bul a lot of comfort. I Company, having uncovered coal
has been completed by a company of while men, who washed
for six weeks during the early
pari of lhe fall.
(hie hydraulic company lias
been operating wilh a large staff
of men 011 Perry creek during
tlie whole Slimmer, The stimiu
shovel installed on this creek has
not been operated this year.
The company operating on
Bull river resinned work late in
the fall, but I have no details of
llie work done.
UOAI.  AMI COKE.
Tlie Crow's Nest Puss Coal
(.'ompany continues shipping coal
and manufacturing coke in large
quantities, in consequence of
the mines being closed for some
months by a strike, it lias not
been able In supply the constantly
increasing demand. The provincial Mineralogist will report
more fully on their operations
than I can. The installation of
improved machinery during thei
year will result in increasing the
daily output.
'Pile Imperial  Coal  aud  ('ok
records of lhe  number of coul
licences aud   leases  in   I'm    In
ihe other parts of Lot 4,598,
OPPtCIAI. STATISTICS.
Mineral claims recorded 1110,
Placer claims recorded or re
recorded, i. Partnership placer
claims recorded or re recorded. 2.
Certtticnles of work, 285 Pay
mollis In lieu of assessment work,
o     Certificates  of   improvement
recorded,   B0,    Conveyances nr
other iIih iimenls of I ilie recorded,
12    Partnership agreements, 2
i;old c missloner's permits re
corded,  -,      Doc Ills fyled,    I s
Allldavils, 2*9 Record- of
waler grains uud permits, 2.
Mining leases issued. ;i Mining
lenses ill force, l'h Free minors'
ccrli lieu les issued, (ordinary, I lib I.
Free minors' certificates issued,
(companies,) 0. Free miners'
certificates issued, (special, individual,) li. Crown grants
issued. _'2. Records of abandonment, 2.
KKVRNUI*.
Free     miners'     certificates,
t?,224.25. Mining     receipts,
82,990.75.
Princess At Uardm Fete.
Loudon, July is. Princes
Victoria of Sclileswig-llolsleiu is
tlie patron and will preside lit a
tall during the great fete and
bazaar lo be held on the grounds
of Wolvesev palace, Winchester,
today and tomorrow, Tlie affair
is Hie most notable garden fete
of the season and has attracted tho
social elecl of all England, as
well as many prominent Americans now in this country. Her
Highness is assisted by Lady
Portal, the Countess of Ports
mouth, Lady Alice Ashley, the
Countess of Northbrook and
other society leaders.
LEAGUE GAMES
makes if of so much more valiu
to the community, and the sub
scrlbors are lhe ones mostly
benefitted thereby.
We have residing in our town
a young mun, who if reports 'ire
true, is wonderfully and fearfully
made, His doctor said he had
au iron constitution; his friends
said lie had nerves of sleel; his
uncle that he had ll wooden bead
the girls said he had 11 hear I of
stone; his enemies declared lhat
lliere was more brass to him
than anything else; others de
clared be bud lots of sand, while
his admirers declared lie was all
wool and a yard wide.
al Prospector ollice,    A .1. King
G. R Green of Vancouver, W
Johnstone of Moose Jaw, li. W.
iMliiiansi.n of Bi'iinlfoi'd, and II.
A. Robson, J. S. Gil 1110111'and A.
J. iVIcRae of Winnipeg were
registered al Ibe Cranhrook
Tuesday,
A reporl from Perry Creek,
received on Thursday wns lo the
effect thai Ibe Craubrook Fire
Brick and Terra Gotta Co., were
making brick, and that the new
machinery lately installed was
giving perfect satisfaction.
Foi' sale at I'alinore Bro..
The new type setting machine
ordered ftir'llio Prospeclor will
reach Crunbrook about Ibe first
of August. As Mion IIS possible
It wi I be Installed, and The
Prospeclor increased loan * page
paper
A regular ithly assembly of
Cranbrook Lodge A.F. St A.M.,
was held ill Ibe Masonic Temple
on Thursday evening There was
:i    lni'g, mher    of    visiting
brethren iu llftoildanoo.
|l. R,   Whilel I ofToronto..l
Pierce of Brandon, J. J. Minus
of Vancouver, It, Weaver ol
Victoria and 0. E. Mcllish of
Vancouver were cuesis ul ibe
Craubrook Friday.
Mr. [frank Marshal, who Ims
jusl returned from atrip lo India,
ami Captain Cooke, nephew of
Lord Cobbans, were guests al Ibe
residence of Mr and Mrs V Hyde
Baker lhis week Mr. Marshal
is a nephew of Mrs. Baker.
Drowned in St. Mary's Kiver.
.1. McLeod and J. Lewis were
drowned in llie St. Mary's river
Tuesday.
Last Tuesday two men employed in 'lie smeller ut
Marysville. who desired lo do a
little prospecting as well as fishing, started to cross the river in
a boat. They lefl word with llie
foreman, Mr. Fitzpatrick. that
Ihey would return in time to go
on shift at the smelter at 11 p.m.
nothing was heard of the men
imlil Wednesday wlien it was reported that the men were
drowned and the boat upturned
on a bar in the river. Searching parlies were organized and
went down the river, finding the
boat upturned and near it tlie
body of one of the men, which
was recognized as McLeod. The
body of Lewis up lo this time
has not been found.. The body
of McLeod was taken to Crunbrook Thursday, and is in
charge of Boatty the undertaker
awaiting an investigation by lhe
coroner.
A report received Thursday
afternoon announced ihal uu unknown man searching for the
body of Lewis, made an attempt
to wade across the river, but was
swept off his feel and drowned,
his body being curried down
stream has not he,111 r vorod
If, perchance, a copy of this
paper should fall into Hie bunds
of any who nre in search of a
new location a place where
I church, school aud soi'ial ad van
mi lhe diffei'eni groups of coal
licences lield by I hem oil Fording
river, have applied lor und obtained leases over KII lots,
covering 58,HfiI acres of land.
The preliminary survey of u
railway route lo those properties
lias been completed.
The Elk Valley Coal Company, I luges are given emphasis, and
holding 14 licences and leases on where you can live out your al
ihe upper Elk river, has dis- lolled numbor of years without
covered coal on several of its fear of pestilence or famine, we
claims, and is continuing ,,|,u say, like one nr old "Cnme tlimi
, ,   1 , with    us   am,    We    will   do   tlie
exploration ol llieolhers, |w„od," wllhoul emphasis on  the
Coal has been  discovered   ami   ..,|,,-
leases hnve 1 11  granted  on   11,    Some newspaper 11 aro lur
Inls lying Iniinediully   north nf|r|b|n   liars      In   writing   of   a
Loi i,:,ss 011 the Upper Elk riverLycloi ne of Ihem suid ii turn
and  leases have l    grantedL| u w,,\\  \M\{\, 1.    liar
covering 20,2-10 ucros, upside down, moved a township
Coul   licence-,   covering    III, I 111 |jn(,   |,|,,w   ||,e   slaves   out    of    ll
acres on lhe north fork of Michel whiskey barrel and lefl nothing
creek ar,. in force. Uili the bung hole, changed   llie
A    syndicate    holds     111    coal day ol llie week,   blew   11   moi't-
lenses, covering 10,240 acres,  ul gage oil a  farm,  blow   all   lhe
ihe northern und of Loi I,fill!!, cracks out of a fence and knock
I   have  not   iu   my   office  any ed Hie wind out of :i politician.
All   Even  Break  for  Office  ami
Clerks.
'I'he iifiice and Shops broke
even iii a seven innings game on
Friday evening lasl. Burton
pitched a heady ball for six out
oi tlie seven Innings, the clerks
getlltig throe runs in Hi,, second.
Umpire Hales.
The a,'ui',.   W;i, OJj  follOWS
Clerks, ...08 0 11 o o 0   '■',
I'ttiocs II  I   II  1   II  I   II     i
Town vs Clerks
The gnme between the Town
and Clerks on Monday lllgh, was
close uud exciting, Tlie victory
for the Town wus due to hard
hitting aud close attention tn ball
playing.   Umpire Small.
Tlie score was as follows: -
Clerks 1 on I 02 2—6
Town 0 0 2 10 0—9
Offices vs Shops.
The Shops had on their hatting
logs ou Wednesday when they
defeated the office team to the
tune of Hi lo gel some. Mc
Callums deliveries proved easy
picking for th" Shops. The
lightening jerkies had men on
third several times, but could not
reach home. Reid pitched a tine
game allowing lint four or live
scattered hits.    Umpire Hates.
Offices 0 0 ll o 11 0 0    1,
Shops   15 2083   Hi
Standing of the Teams.
Six games have been played,
Iwo of whicli have resulted in
ties.
Won    lost
.-lIlOps       I I
Town    2        u
Olerks       1 1
Olllces    u 1
Shops and Town have tied.
((Dices aud Clerks have tied.
Wycliffe v» Cranbrook.
Cranlirook-administered a total
defeat to Wycliffe on Saturday
lust, beating the sawdust gang
liy a score of 21 to lo. The
victory of the Cranbrook team
was due to hard hitting in the
first Innings, wlien they succeeded
in batting out ten runs.
There was hoi playing during
Hie balance of tlie game.
Tlie team from the null playing
excellent ball, taking great
chances, but Cranbrook's lead in
the first innings together with
good fielding on Hie part of the
locals was not overcome. Umpire. Bates.
The score was as follows:—
Cranbrook, . .ino 0 0 :,;, 1 :i   21
Wycliffe nut in .', i! 11 0 -in
Laurier Home Again.
Ottawa, July 18—Aylesworth,
Pntersoii. Oliver and Templeman
left on todays train for Quebec,
where they will join Lenneux.
Tlie party goes on the Lady
Grey, the governmenl cruiser,
which leaves Quebec on Friduy
morning, to meet the Empress of
Britain witli Sir Wilfrid Laurier
on board, at Grosse Island.
Senlt will remain at the capital
to attend to the governmenl business during the absence of the
others,
Montreal,July 17. TI10C. P.R.
steamer Empress of Britain,
witli the Canadian premier ou
board, passed Point Amour,
whicli is RfiO miles this side of
Belle Isle, al 8:20 a. in. Unlay,
thus beating llll records to this
poinl liy six hours The Empress
should reach  Quoliec  tomorrow
ghl by nine.
Pushed far Six Mentis,
George Pushie was up  before
Judge   Anderson   on   Tuesday
charged with Ussaul! with intent
to do bodily harm, there being
sufficient evidence lie was sent
up for trial.
On Wednesday Pushie was
arranged for trial 'before Judge
Wilson, who found Iiiui guilty us
barged,   and    gave    him    six
I uu
mills in the Nelson jail, THE PROSPECTOR, CRANHROOK It l  . JULY 20, 1907,
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Sign Painting a Specialty
All kinds of Painting and Decorating
itti ided tn promptly.
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SATURDAY, N IA   20, IU07
*TVIK Importanco of the
* popular voteof the Kooto
nays in the coming Dominion
election is fully recognised by
liotli political parlies ami the
selection of Iheir candidates will
undoubtedly be materially in
lluoncod by the consideration of
Ihe Inlluence whicli the selection '
would have upon tl lectors
a     a     a
The optimist is one who
believes In a mascot The
pessimist believes in n hoodoo
i i.irileliin|ucui subscribers ma}
have jjood   Intentions,   but  Ihey
. ■     ,....■ cks  lhat   don I
L'l) Off
For all kinds ol
DYEING and CLEANING
Nothing line or coarse, lur|
or small thnt we oaunol liiiinlli
We Also Do Dm DueliiD
Ollice .1.   LiHAHK, Tailor
GIVE is a TRIAL
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FAIRBANKS-MORSE
GASOLINE   ENGINE
uun' you i'iiii ifol
Ji
RAHHISTKHS UNO SOLICITOUS
CKANlinOOU,    -    n.c.
lhe most perfect riinuing
uipinen, for sitwiii), w I
m W, P. (JURI3
I'he*
J i Barrister
■m   m ,,     , ,-,„. , „, \PEST * Solicilor, Etc.
ing, Roofing, Heat | CailbrooK •   - British Columbia
and Blowor Work,   JI c. H. DUNBAR
; PATMORE BROS. W
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FERNIE, B.C.
♦   MANUFACTURERS and BREWERS of EXTRA KINK.    £
mstrui lion  will commeni n
<■ Koolenny Central railway
BEER ffi  PORTER
:
♦ SOLD BY THK BARREL, KEG OR BC
X Bottled beer for family
i use a specialty
Local fisherman report that
♦ * I are biting I reely So are
J  tin   Most, : Iocs oll the Kootenav
Granupook
r* Liveni
OBARl  ,t DOYLE, CHOC'S
Teams and dri\ ei . I iirnisli
Cil    lol    llllj     point   ill the ilis
tricl
A. DOYLB, Managor
MINERAL  UT
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NOTICE.
[.nil)    .,:.,,.      i,,,:,I    fur,'.    \ Ikin
N 'i-l  rni Light, Itt'ftlTlilusr. full
I luck. KuiciiiJj ICIiiji, Sure
Cml', Fid.-M..11.
M iiu't'til ClaiiuH.
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unit NOTARY   l'l III.Ir.
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nu..unl of i-.niil'ni-l In Im il,*.
i iii-il   I'-inii   nne uiil bl' IVIll'tll
ini  UinuK  ll al.   fume ill
iiiiiI  I Iii-iii.   iiiir price- lire
ii'inii 'l.fili lu $11,110.
■I   I'lshine Tackle.    'Ihe
Outside   Orders
GIVEN STRICT AM) PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
.4 V, O.  BOX 812      b
:4      TRLEPHONE   NO.  I       f
Port   Steele  Brewing Co., Ltd.
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9 I '."u i   in  i •■ I ejlii niug to array  ' .,    .,.
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♦ w ■ *'■'. *■'■■    'a e place some  lime ,iu,   :,..
9 betweei    *   w   and  the  coming "M ":l
X *!" ""   '' '  il ready  speculation ',,': ,.'',",'...,..'".',".',,,
♦ is rife as to lhe outcome .>:  the '*'	
♦ ujj iiiui... ink,- ni
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believi
ote
liaker Street,
Lighted   By  Electricity
Heated By Hot Air
Cranbrook, B.C
III
Comfortable Bedrooms
I irst Class Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS   FOR TOURISTS AND OLD  TIMERS
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Juj-at  received a Carload
of Wagons and Carriages.
A line line of Trucks
for special lumber work
PRICES   RIGHT
Flour and Feed of all Kinds Always on Hand
PHONE   183
y GRANBROOK TRADING 60.
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|        FA! HI NA] LE TAILORS    1
£ Always Up-to-Date 3
r Granbrook, -      - B.C. %
la,HainiiuiHiiii,iaiaiiuiai.u.H..ul.u,HiUiUi»Uu,^
£ ABATTOIR AND COLD STORAGE CALGARY, ALTA 3    im
Liberals that  there
i be another session of purlin
VV   ROLLINS | menl before the general elections
are pulled off.    It will take more
ihan another  session   for   the
Liberal leaders to square ihem
selves with ilie peopleof Canada.
...
Some skeptic  has written   a
poem titled   'Tlie Devil is Dead"
but this  should   nut   tempt   any
one lo board the Spokane  flyer
for an excursion to the   Palls
Oily.
...
independence in thought and
action upon the part of the
electorate in llritish Columbia
resulted m placing the McBride
government and l he Conservative
party in power in this province.
This same independence is what
will put the Conservative party
in power al Ottawa at tlm coming election.
i*. M,
Ulilll
tlco tlml union, iiiulei
iiii-ii. ...1 belon: llieisgu-
a nl Improvumoiils.
October, A.II. Haiti.
.1. ,,. lliiivi.y
"THIC
Politicians all over tho Dominion nre watching with great
iuteresl ihe outcome of chaotic
conditions which now prevail  in
lhe cabinet at Ottawa.
NOTICE.
Tn Margaret A. Kean, VA. Ford,
Owen .Imu-nml Fritz Ueliot/.kl, uml to
miv nilier party or parties to whom llie
afun-siiil persons may havu transferred Iii- or her Intercut in Hie "Tip
Top" and "Defender" Mineral Claims
-iimiii- on the divide between Wiisn
anil Dlorite ereelcs in the Fort Steele
Mining; IJiii-iiiii uf K:i>t Kootenay  IM»-
irlel in ile I'rovh I British Coliim-
liin:
Take notice that you are hereby re-
,|,iii-'..i within ninety ihiya from the
lir-i piililieatloti nf ilii> notice to pay to
iinderaliini'il   ih.'   -i if   Kighl
hundrud dotlnra hclug the iiinuunl expended h.v i.i i your iiiicI'i'sia in llie
-.. i.i  mineral t'lalms,  al    the   year
luul, for n--i— ni Hulk.
\n.: '.ni..'i take notice thai unless
-., il pu ii,, ni whether with nil cosls ol
mn .-cii-iiiL'. i- paid niiliiii tin- time
,.„, . nated your Interests in tliu siiil
claims ahull Injiae id llie undersigned on
 i. ni nl aald expenditure.
Tin- noi Is jin-n undur section 4
,,l in,.   Mineral  An   Amend ill   Ael
..I tlii
lllll day ..I Miii. A.II.. inn*,
Alex I'ills..n
|   OUR CURED MEATS   1
5^ 3
1 sSTEWARTS a
ARE THE BEST
no. i.i.aiii-'
£ Qinni
Ihiiliill. ;llh      li
.,     lull   11), III i 1
£    Willi* Breakfast Bacon
Fill ri' H'a'Oiti-
cured        |   ' l;KST"x BTItAWUBItKIRR
ui   Iiiui   sacks        3      OKANOfiAN CIIKRRIR8
.„.,,., 3 l''or I'rc.si'i'ving
All Sized Hams    3
3  I'liiilei'si i.iiijiliii     -    •    Liiwesl I'l'lei!
S Dltril'.lt KA-IILY
I'HONKio        3     Stewarts Fine CliocoliiloK
\Z|.;i,W(i(il) ICR CI.'KAM
|P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.| Ha
**Z       ll..inl Olflco, M  oilin' tor Enst Kootonay,       ^3
ZZZ       Calgary, Ain-nn                                Cnmlirook, B. C                    -— I
§UU.U.lUiUaiiU.aiU4lUl.lUrtUiUiiUUUUUIUilUlUlUiUlUK Phone 75      ftrinstrono, Ave.
M  Ollice for Eaat Kootonay,       ^«
Oranbrook, B, C - ^[J(jH   S'FKWART
CKANHKOdK  l.AN'l
DiHtrlol of Kooteuay,
Take nolteu tlml Alvia S. 'I'ruw.of I'ninlimolt
B.C. urt'tipHtlDii miner, Inteuils to ujiplj
top a s|i"ci;ii timher license over the followlnti
rlejii-rlbed lands:
Commencing at a post planted at ihe northwest eorner of P. Byron's llmlier licenun near
Perry Creeif ami on the south line of timber
licence 3339. thenee wesl 20 chains, tlience
■in.ili un chains, thence east -.-o chuins. theuee
norlh UO eliuins to point ot commencement,
nml contRiniiiBUSQ acres, nmn- or less.
Alvin S. Trow
Dated July Ifith, 11107, sfl
CRANHROOK I.ANH DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
Tuko notice that Fred \V. Mitchell, nf Klk-
tii on Hi. B.C.. ocouputlnn lumber man. Intends
toapply for permission to purchuse the follow
tng described lauds:-
Cominenelny nt h post planted at the southwest corner ol Mlehttol Houser's Pre-emption
No. wit. tlience due eust to the western bound-
ury of Lot ass. thence south 4ii chftttis. tlieneo
west to the bunk of tlie Kootenay Kiver. thence
following said bank northerly to iiie plue« of
comtneucement, uml contuiliitiB 230 acres, mon'
or less.
Pred W. Mitchell
Dated July Uli 1907. Bfi
NOTICK.
Xntlue U hereby (jlveii tlml thirty days
afterdate I intend toapply tntheChief
Commissioner of Lands and Works at
Victoria, B.C., for a lleenee to prospect
for Ceal ami Petroleum oil tho follow-
iny deserllied lands situate In South-
cast Kootenay Rrltish Colnmbiu, Can-
ada:
1.  Commencing al  a  \»***t planted
adjacent to tlie I.'I mile post nn the
Canadian   Pact lie Railroad  boundary
line between   Rloek  1593  and   Block
4589 and  being the southwest eornor
pnst of Potor MeNieol  location, tlienee
nortli sn i-liuins, thenee cast HO chains,
thence south 80 chains, theuee wesl 80
ohains tn pluco of beginning containing
nio acros more ov less.
Located this Uth day of June 1007.
Peter McNicnl, Loeator
t;.'... M.Jittlil. Agent
*j.   Commencing al u jmsl plantod ad*
jai'ont to tho i.'i mih' post on the Canadian Pacific   Hu i In uu I  boundary  line
between Hloek 45IW ami Hloek 4589 and
being Hi"- northwoht corner   posl   of
James Dunbar location, thonco south 80
chains, thenee wist so chains, thonco
north 80 chains, the wost. so chains
in [ilut'u nf beginning containing 040
acres moro or U'»n.
Located tins Uth day of .hint', 1907.
■lames Dunbar, Locator
(Ieo. M. iludd. Agent
3.   Commencing at it pnst plant oil adjacent tii tin- 15 mile posl on  the C'umi-
Ij-in I'aellle Railroad lioundary Mm' be-
w.tii  Block 459.1 anil  Black 4580and
being Mn1 southwest   corner  pnsi   nf!
Charles Preneh loeatlon, thenco'north
80 chains, thenco easl 80 chains, thenc.'!
soutli so eliuiiis, thence west 80 chains j
in place of boglnniny. containing 040
acres moro av less.
Located Mils Uth ila> of,lime, 1907.
Charles French, I ator
Uco. M, .imhl. Ay,-„i
t.   Comineiielnp al a pnsl planted adjacent in tin1 15 mile post nn the < 'anadian Pacific Railroad boundary line he-
twoun Block  159.1 ami Rloek 4580 and
being tin' northwest eorner posl Joe
Tuniilutiisor location, theuce soutli hii
ehalas, tlienee eusl so chains, thence
north 80 chains, theuce wosl so chains
in pluee nf buginnitijj containing 040
ueres moro or less,
Located this Uth dayof.luue, 1907
Joseph Taiitihuiiser, Locator
M-. Ceo. M. Judd, Agent
C. E. REID &  CO.,
Phone 7 4     The Druggists,
Slur,, i-liiat'a ill 11 ll.lll, OM'tilttilljl Snllll'ilit, ninlila mill i'V.'lli
I., I..r,   public lh.ll.ljn-.
Centrally Located Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Under New Managetnei-it
G. II. Thompson
J^ZttH   IIAIMMS'IKII ,. SIILIi'lTim
****,   NCVI'AIIV l'l llltlll
OFFICE   »KIL>   HUILIIING
ll'jiiilir.inl,.   111'.
THOM AS   MoV IT'l'l 10
P.U.S. At CE.
Porl Si.-dl,. B.C.
DR, E. W. CONNOLLY
Pliijsician mi'i Sui'ueon
iil.'l'H'i: iMIiMMTIIONU iVVM,
llouus:   11 In II u.in.  2 In I ll.lll,
', Ul8 |i.in.
Plioiio Olllco 105    Residence luu
Headquarters for niiniin;   if.
men ami nkl timers.
Wlien you want a good
place tn stop come to the
Manitoba.
D. A, McDONALD, Manager
We Give You Your Money's Worth
The Quality Store
GOLD SEAL TEA
Groceries, Fruit, Confectionery,
Cigars and Tobaccos
Spi'i'iul altniition given lo encli order no matter how
n   snnili.   Good goods nml prompt delivery "Our Motto".
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CRANBROOK  AERIE 967
F. O. El.
FRATERNAL ORDER EASLES
Meel i'\..|.> I'l'tdiiy nt s p.m.
Vtsltlll}!   l!|.|.tlii.|>   I'linliallj    Invilial
Chas, smith, Vi, Pi'cslilciit
M. II. BlI.I.IXllS, Siiej-.
Aei'lo I'lij-sicliin, I'. O. llus '.'s.
^«„m,»„.,.,„,„„..„„,.„.,„„„„„,^
li Rocky Mountain Chanter 1
i I
| NO.  I'-'S.   It. A. M. |
= I
s      l'.i'i;iihir int'cliniia:   2ml'f'n.^-   S
%   iluy   in   t'lii'li   iniiMlli   ul  !■iiiiil   |i
I'olook.
Siijoiiniinii   ('iiiii|iiuiii,na   nre
'uriliully Invltetl.
Wm, r. Tatk, Scribe I*.
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^W'lW.WMWWAM.WfffMWAW.WWWir
ANCIENT ORDER',:FORESTERS
Court Granbrook 8943
MEETS  L'N*I>   ANIi  4TH   THURSDAYS
IN WATTS' HALL
Visiting   Imv tin -ni   cordially   iuvlttil
C. it..    IV. 1'. MACDONALH
Scciviucy, W. riKNllEKSON
cmrmi & manning
*»•••• ~.*:*..*..A"»"*:*»*.
Dominion Meat Co., Ltd.
Phono's)". Hond Olllee Calgary,
WIIULIilSAI.IO   AND   R15TA1L   DKAI.KKS   IN
All Kinds of Meats
Flour and Feed. .  .
uur nii'iii  Is always' fresh, ns all our liner Is killed In
Cranbrook,
,. i. ......... aaa, MM^a«
Bnnnnnnnnnnnnnimnnnin'-mmi*
[Tonsorial Parlor!
For n Coot mul Clean Shave      :
Or a Portcct Hair Cut
A Hot or Cold Bath
"m Walter B. Lalng,,,».. j
Baker Street, C'ranbrnok, ll.l!.    ;
W. R, BEATTY
rmleruikiT,
Km bill in ur.
I'-iuiorul Diructnr
CM.ANItUOOK, 11.0,
FOUND
Tlie
ON UAKKIt S'l'.,u.\K liiioit WKS'I' OK
IIII.I.  A   CO,     'I'li.. only  pine,, in i„ivn
.   iluu imii niiiln. life unrlh th,. lim,...
do ni Hole
E. H. SMALL, Manager
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Sll'lllll    Unil,.|S   llllll I'lii'micn U'lH'll u
Spechilly.
Cosl iiiiiI Slock Ksllmali's
Piirnlshoil Upon Application.
P.O. Box 834.   Cranbrook, B.G.
SIMPU
D.J.JOHNSON
Carpenter % Builder
(1 1   Wnrk 111
laoasoiiahla Price
Office and Workshop  Lowis St
Oordwoo^or Salo, S|UNT fl^==i SrtEBT
i a , .e,i ,o s„ppiy,, M«cl?inest0 Reift
lippl
dry slove wood, in any loilKthor
ipianlliy, Loavo ordors with
il. T. I,'iif;i'rs, lli*- -frocei'i I'lealo
« Klwi'll.
B. S. Qaroti
A Kiiil Stunk of Noeillcs
anil AecoHNiirlcH
Fred. W. Swain
At I MNT
Oranbrook, 13 O., Armstrong Av, THE PROSPECTOH, CRANBROOK   Q C, JULY "'   1067
THE   CRA!^
OOK
;»*
ElVE A FEW SHfii
TO DISPOSE OF
DONT  WAIT
Until the first consignment of bricks come to town, when the stock will be
sold off the market immediately, but get in now and secure your allotment of shares
25   Per   Cent   Down
BEALE   6c   ELWELL
Cranbrook, B. C.        - - Official Brokers
r'l
I'l.'.AMIIlli.i.A  I.ASH HISTKICT
1 Isll-lctnl li nuy Maillot nl K liny.
■I'lilie iio'lco ilim IV. it  smiiii, ..1 llcluiin i    Tul;,. unii,.,. Uml James A.  Harvey.
nii|i|ily lomKiicclnl ofl-'i'tinbt'ook, I!. C.omupatlun Solicitor
j intcnils to apply  for a speeiui limber
11.,.  lull..
llniliiji llm
ljillils:
(•oiiiiiiciii'liiit   iimi iiiBiiici on tliu LMist  lu't'iH ver I lie followlllK  iti'mrlbeu
laiiimiuiv ..1 iiiin-k i»i ,.„uiiui.|i,.|iii: mtlio8 lanils:
"iiii'i"'*', "|' oc.siimiiluiliis.tlioiii'O iioi'tli I    CtHuniont'liiKiitu posl   'limited at  a
dlntanecof I'Jtl eliuins in an easterly
eoiH'Bo from lln. cast liountliiry of C.  I'.
\V. II. Snilili   ill. Hloek 46112 measured fi  the 2:t
s: i*iii..iiii....ii:,iit| mn,,   ])0st]   thence  south  80   eliains,
111, west Sll chains, thei norlh SO
■l.lclmllls.Ull'tli-uwi'at l.'i'i'liiiiif. ilieiiivsiinlli 111 |
lniilis   I.,   IHiliil   .,1   ii.intli, tiri'lili'tlt.  Ullll I'Oll-
linii.l July null, lliu'
llltAMHHOOK  I.ANll IHSTKH T
lilslrli'l nl K iy.
Tllke
I'haiiia. thenee east SO chuins tu pninl nf
i-oiiiaicnecineiit.    unil    eonlainiue   lljll
.iimi i .lului Swisher, i,i HiiokiniD . acres more nr
I £3 Cline   1
it lllllieul.l MllllllllliJ. II.III...I Sll„|, #)
I ii"'""       f
MAM'I'IHIA llii'I'KI.
fl^ti? |fro0;tectox*
phis  til' Sl.iniii.iiii.i.    Thi.,    js    ii
jfnili lying sinliini..|.I  in  ovcry-
'Im,*l7imrjri.^la UK.       bodJ' '" L1'° province.
Editorial Notes.
CtltANDROOK  LAND DISTUICT.
  District of Kootenay.
Disraeli suys Unit lho soorel nf    Timpuoiicoitini.1. p. iiruiiws,of cmniu *
iceoss is eonslancy uf purpose   W   ... .-in';.!, -n iti>,,,..-,,,,:,,i i-it-inii m npi'i:
I'Mrst t'lass Work iu all bri lies i) 'Pip. lives of innity successful ill 1, -,.,n, ,,„!>:
1,1 'ne Ii   nl'OVC lllis Statement to bO tt'UO.        Cotnmonelug ut „ post, plnnleil HO elmlns oils
... llii,|.-,..,.|,„lliss,.„ll,„I„„.M„„li„,.st,.,i,„ei„
I'tlli-lrk liellii.v*.-iin-..|,i|iiliiii. '.eiiui I...I sim:
The limo is approaching when  un-nou ™*t "' iitmim. nranuiiiniviimiu
L.
I   (*Y*   Warn
Furnace
Tonsorial Art
- i.i-sl ill cliuius, 111"
liiTiiiiutlnti I'liriieiili'r. Inteuils tu apply fm' :
speclul nmuor Ili't'iH'ii ovur Hi.- rulloivlllg tie
siirtlii"lliiii.l-:
rniuiiiem-liiu it 11 pnsl pluuleil ul Hie nui'tli
wesi inn], r ii W. it. Smith's llmlior limit
llielli-i llinlli s. i'Iiiii'-  lli.-l ensl   sn ,'iniiiis
llli'lli'i' "..utli S" i'liiiins. IllOlllltl wesl Sn I'llillns t.
|.uiul  ..I .'.'1 11.' 1 ie 'I,  llllll  lllliiilil?  "I'
uurus Inni'e er I ss
Jolin Swlslj
.luilies A. llurvey.
Dated .Tunc 20th. 1D07.
I HAS'lllllllll*  I.ANII DIS'l'IIIC'l'.
Dislriel lit I'lHilt'tuiy.
.t^«tf««-»«*?«is»»i*»i«»»««.«»* caii-lHlatcsl'orlheUominionlJouse
are to bo lalkeil about, anil il is ""'in' mi'sui'miim. tin
worth while [or electors ul' ihis m,'"',," 1 J.*"""
mini iluli'il jiiuossiii. i:«ii.
11I1 sr, elm
I'KASIlltl'ills' I.ANIi DISTUICT.
Ilislrii'l el Kiieleluiy.
Tula. nniiiT nmi Kminii jewin iif H',miiii.r I constituency to look lh
II. Cltlilou-Intonils to iipply tor imruilsslnii 10 ovel.   oat'Otullv   Willi   tl   view   of
plircltaso tlio followlni.'ilosorlbnl Iniiili .       . '        ,      .
I'uke notlco tlml James A,  Harvey, j   commoncliucaiupiMii noil ut llio snuth- selecting a ll  Who IS  etpial   I"
of 1,'runbl'ook, II. (I.occiipilli.lll Solicitor   tvisl cornor of Lot I, llruilli I.  Koolonny  ni- his dlllics.
Intends to upplv for u speeiui Uttibcr 'rlei. tlionoo soutli sn ,■!   ,„•,. onsi ■:.> ,   ,   ,
,.                           '       ,. ,,                ,        .,    , 1 i'liiiiiis. llii'iiee 11..1U1 sn ,-lijiins, Iheiu'i' nesl -tn
P. Pull'llli,.. Akl'III   lleenee   nver   '.lie   liillmvine   (leSL'I'iOOll   ,.||tlhls U1 pulnt orvoimue, nielli  iillilennliiiil.
aml8; l"B <"■-'""'■ '              '   t Ihe .lops yet.
I.'AM'.I.'iiiiK   I.ANIi  MSTKIi
iinliil .nuy iml' ii"i".
oil A SB no n< i.anii IHS'I'IIICT I    Cuiniiioiiuliig at ii posl planted nn tlm
Ulsirli't of I'ootenuy. easl boundiii'y of 0. 1'. II. llltick 4502 al
Tuke in.iii'i' ti.nt i. Mrs, J.iim Sivlslior, of a pom murked "I. 4602" beliif iln   L'l
Spottunclutoliils lo niply for nsporlul llmlior I mile   pnsl.   thenee   nortli   SU   chains.
 '"''""' followinit ilusorliioil limits:        thenee easl sn ehuins, ihenee soutli sii
chains. I hence west Stl ehuins  In   point
nl commencement, anil containing 040
fi i -iin nt I' I""' pliinioil en tl ust
liotllllliliy nf III "I'll Inl" I'liiiitneliiillK from tlie
No. s mil. iiii.i. tlii-iii'i. eust lim i'liuins. Itit'iiii'
suiilli 11 eliuins. thenee west nm i'liuins. tlionoo
north It)i'lniiii' ie iniiili nf uiiiinuoneoiiii'iit. nml
einiliiiiili'S ill. j.eies Inei'.'il" less
.Mrs .Iniin Swlsltur
I'. I'lili'iiue. Aiielil
Dutcil July miii i™.". ."'
CIIANUI.OOK I.ANU IHSTHll.T,
Utstrlel nl Kooloiuiy.
'I'uke nollce that Jiinies  A.  Harvey,
of I Iruiihrook, 11.1'. occii|i»l inn Solicitor
luleuils in apply  Inr a special limber
lieell i.'i   lhe   liilliiwitie   described
lauds:
I'llllllllelicilie ul || |IOSl  plllllleil nil   tlie
easl bnuiiiliiii nl r. 1'. It. Hloek 4002111
a pnsl markeil "I,  lill'..'"   being  tin-  '.'0
mile    pnsl.    llie    SOIllll    Mill    i'llllill-.
tlienee eusl   II eliuins, llience  'Ill   llltl
chains. I lieliee wesl   III eliaill"   tn   pninl
nf I'lllllllH' uieill, and   Ij.inin:'   lllll
acres, innrc nr loss.
Jutnes A. Iltii've.v.
acres, morn or less.
.lames A. Harvey
Dated .lime Llllli, llin".
CIIANHItOOK  I.ANU IIIS'l'ltpT,
liisiiii'l .,1 Knotoiuiy.
Take unl iee iiiiii Ju s A. Harvey, of
Ouubronk, ll.C, iiccuputiiiii Sollcllnr,
intcnils tn upply  for it special limber
lieen-e over   lhe   following   lleserilieil
I Is:
Commencing al a post  planted ut  u
ilisli ill   120 eliains  in  nn  eusti'l'li
I'lllll hllll! 1.1 ihi linunili'j nil', ti. Ii.
111,,,'k 45,12 llleaslll'eii flnni the 211
mile pnsl. Ihenee uni'ili Sll cllltills,
Hie  wesl Slleliuins. llience snlllll   Sll
chains, ll 'c easl SO ehains tt)poinl of
eiitiinieiieeiucul,   ami   containing   IHU
acres l ■ less.
.liim,.,. A. Ilui'vuy,
Duieil June 2'ilh. 1007,
US      Duh'il .lum''.Mth, 11)07.
•js
The loUtwlnf CaattH ire •Here*:
I—Pour Years' Course lor Degree ul B.Sc.
II—Tliree Years' Course for Diploma.
A COllEQE OF APPUHI SCIENCE, JlSi^'SlnW.
Allllliled to Qiittn's University, ^-Mineralogy .ml neology.
School of Mining
VIU/.CTAU      i*\*att**r rf-Chemlcal Kngineeriiig.
niNuSlUfl,    UWl.       ,-ci.ll Bngtaeerlog.
For deader of tho School .nil further        /-?!.«,!r'*',ul„,f°Kjn'.',!.'"''
Informit.oii, apply to the Secretary, School
ot Mining, Kinusion, Ontario.
g—Electrical niigmeerlng.
A-Hiolugy and Public Health,        y
GtO. R. UfiSK & GO
BUILDERS
AM)
CONTRACTORS
Pill INK 114 I'D. HON HOC
Plans, Specifications
ami Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of   building   material
constantly on hand.
Killinti Jen lit.
Iluli'il Juno lllli inor.
CKANUUOOK I.ANll lilSTKll '!'.
IHSTIHCT 111' KOOTHNAV. ! 'lolllSit 111 I lltlt   111' is   IllwilJ'S    I'iltlll
Tilln. iielici. Hull tVilliillilNi.l~.nl et Win. Inei' is siltl|llv  lull   stll|litl    lu   l'tllll|ll'll'
llliillienl,,,.,,,,,,.,!,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,!,   le,   per-    ^^   ^^   ,,„ |R ^
intssiuli In (iilriiluise lhe fnllnwlntt ilescclbetl
luml:
ColinneilchlB ul n pnKt iilunli'il ul Hie unrlh-
enst I'lit'iieruf l.m ltt:til. Ilii'iu-i' iinrlli sn i'liuins.
Ill 'invest  llll'llinns. llleil,','sl..Ull   Sll  i'liuins.
llli'lli'i. eusl lil|.|i.iiiisl.i|...liil lit ei .liim.'iu't'llleil I.
uml I'uiitillullig'Kl)acres, mm'.' nr luss
Willlnin Nelson,
iiiiii.i.lum.mii. mn;. -.'I
Utt.VNUI'OOl- I.ANIi IHS'l'llltl'l'.
lllsll-li-l ut K'liiili'lniv.
'I'liku nolli-o tluii  Kilwunl L'oyi'll. ..I Cruti-
liriink, ucuiipulllill, |ii'..s|.fitiii. hit,nits limpiily
Inl- n s| fill llml,cr li. et.,'.. ner llle tolliiwimr
lliwrrltalil llllills:
U..i.ilii..|ii'liiii ut ii posl pluiil.-il ill  ll rili
ensl l-nnil'l'o! All's MeKeli/lesTllnlii-i- IJoi'llco
eiinyii  I.inl.' Slo.vlu  lilrur. tliuiino
-..miii to iii..  .otithousl  i.ornor ol  Hie   sniil
lil'I'llt'C. , lll'll.'.' ,,,'sl SU I'llllillS Ul  til sl    lill,'
.,1   W    S.   Hull's   Iiie    ll I'   ' Ill   tolll.'
 'Ill  II I   W'IIsoh'h licence, then lust In
llle   » ',1    III     H.    II.'line's   lil I',',    tl ri'
uiit'lli IM .hjiiiis. ilini.e ivnst to, the plueu nt
IickIiiiiIiiu |.nnliihilui|iil ies. un.i I."-.
I'thvuiil Covoll
Mny :luili. 1....; -,'s
I    Tnko n.uiee liml Jain.- A.  Hum,.,-,
"TJlH'.lo Sum" Ims mil Ullleil uny  ,,r (■,;,,,I.,-.,,.li. II.U. occupation Solleltot.
illlelllls In tipjilv    Inf   ll   S|ll'Cllll    tlllllu'l'l
... , lieeuee  over  the   [nllliwlllj.   ilescl'lbcil
Tltf   iiiiiii   win.   iii'itl.n   iii   tin' l"'"i~:
Coiiimcticino; at a pnst pluntetl oii the
ensl liiiiiiitlui'.i nl I*. I'. II. Illnei; l.'.'.i'.' al
a posl inai'k.il   "1,41*102'   l.eiin."  ,|„,  l'ii
mile I'li-t.  tlience. north   so   ehulns,
iliei'i usi sodiums. I hence solllll SO
,.,,...,        ,,       . .,    I eluiius, thei west 80 i'llllllia In  poinl
Uncle Sam s itlouol reciprocity ,lfc(||, urulu.nu |ln(| ,omulnillt, ,-,„,
is n|i|iiirtHill,v to throw llio hoolts .,,.,.,.. ,,,,,,,. ,,t. i,.„.
ititoCuntuluotovoi'yopportunity, i .lumus \. iiaiv.y.
,   ,   , i    Haieil June 20tli, 1007. 28
It is nul   "uliitl   bappeiii'tl  lo
Mi'ltr'nli'  ni   London"   Ihal    is S
woi'i'viiii;  Lilioriil   looilors,   bul II)
whal will hiippon lo Laurier uml I
liis party in lhn coining gnnoriil
QlCC.lioil,
There is nuit'li speculnlion in
lliis ilislrii'l as in llm nature nf
llm proposed chnnpo, il' any. in
llm roulunf iln- Kootonay I'enlrnl
laihvtiy,
Every town in Sotilhoast KonlU'
nay, uxcepl CrtinlirooU. lias bail
a i'1'h'lii'.iliiiii lhi-. \ i'iii'.   Iml   llm
CIUNBUOOK  I.ANII DISTRIOT
District ot Kootonay.
Take notiee thul U-wIb Vi, I'atmoro btinner ecleliralioii ni tliedlstrlcl
ii ('luul.ini.k It, c upiiiltni ue.-ni.; will I.,, nt  t'l-aiiln'iuili  mi   Lnhor
lllellil-,   In   lippl,    Inl'   ll speeiui lilllbci'    j)., v
.    .    .
I'I,.. repoi'ls I'm* lie Usual y •
lice  uver   111.'   following   lle-ccibeil
llllills:     I' iieiiej al a |in»l   plunteil
al    llie Slilllliuesl   enruer   lit   l.nl   0210
11 iimi j, 1    km.leiiiiy   Ilislrii'l.    ihenee
 'Ill   IHO cllllills. tlienee uesl 40 I'.lllllllH
ilie ■ '.unlli Hill chains, then asl  III
cliuius In pninl of enuiinelieemenl.  coll
tllillilie 010 acres  I'e nl' less.
Lewis 'I/,   I'lll e
2fl II: I .llllie s. 1007.
I'I'ANIMOOK  LAND IHS'l'lllt'T.
Histiicl, nl Kootenay,
Take nni in- tbal Knhei'l II. MuHoyof
III' I Kiirks, N.ll., 11) occupiltlini lum
bl'l'l  iuleiiils In upplv Inr  ;i   s| inl
tinilier Iieeii I'ul'   llll!   HlllllWlllU   lit".
sei'il.e.l lumls:       Cl neiieile.. al ll ptlBI
plailltul    ill    Hie   Snlllll    Wesl enrner III
Tlmlii'i' Mcuncn No.  "7,*. Ihen iml
su..Imiiis lln'i snnlh Mieliuiiis.llu.net.
«e-l KU I'lllllllH, lltel  llni'Hi so   eltaiii-
in poinl nl eoinintiiu'oinoiil. unutiiliiltii,
040aei • luss,
Hubert  II. Mel'nv.
2"> Duieil June ISltl. 1007.
|.|i.
Clldill}! .llllii' "•:' :il Olliploll.'.OIIll
llm   M.I li i.l,-    I'lnni' ill    arc
busy  these tlnys, itHnouiie.inp  In
llm people Ihal   lltoro   is  a   sill'
HUANtlOOOK   I.ANH illS'l'ttll  I'
lllall'lrl i.l l\....U'ti;iv
'I'llll,■    ii"'   Ullll    l.csll'l'   l.'lllpp,    "I'
Ci'imbi It   occupuliitn     llolcllti'iipni',
Inleiuls u, applj   li"' a "I i''1 Umber
licence nver llio  n.lli.uine   ileserlbetl
lanils:
(' i.eiii..   Ill   a   pnsl   p'ai    Mi
eluiius easl i,| ll.e 211 Mile    I'nl    nil    ll I!
Hunt I.in.. ..I i*. I'. II   Uliiitk   1002  Kasl.
K inn. Ihel U-I  10 eliains,lliel	
north loilcluiiti   Ihononwcl lOchalus,
the south I'."", uiil    li inl Ill-
nmn nclll, nn.l 'an.iii"   UU re-.
inure nr le-..
l„-lerl'la|.|..
Ilale.l Inl;  I n. I'.'.- 2S
AD1AN
>ACIFIC|
' RAILWAY
Summer
Excursion Rates
East
i'i in Cranbrook
in Win nl pei,' WH.2B
$52,130 To
I'iiii Arthur    Sioux eiiy
Sl. Paul Duliilli
Si. Lewis ja'iii.iin
Ollit'llfJoliHil I"1 Tiinnilii t"7H.TiO
t lllawo ■?-:'.*„",  Monlroal ^sl
Sl. .Inlills S'll.llll
lliilil'ax sim,-n
Tickets on Salo Julu3,4,5.
ftiiBiist, a, 9, io. Sent, n, vi,
i.i.
First Class Round Trip
90 Days Limit
Nu URNIMNG DOUBI.K A Nil POKING
AI'til'Nll  I'lll'. ASH I'll' Willi A
SIIOVtCLTOGCTTIIE ASI1KS
OUT nl- TllK SUNSHINE.
The Sunshine is furnished
with a good, biij ash-pan,
All you have to do is to
graip two strong, firmly attached, always cool, b.th handles and the large, roomy ash-
pan easily comes out.
A minute or two iji all it
takes to perform the operation.
Ail the ashes are in the pan,
too.
Because they are guidt d
into it liy means ol ash-chutes
attached immediately below the fire-pot.
Sunshine is the simplest, easiest-managed, cleanest
kind of a furnace. You don't have to wear overalls
and a smock when attending to the Sunshine.
If your local dealer does not handle the "Sunshine"
write direct to us for  I'hii:  llncii'i.i r.
MXlaryfc
LONDON,  TORONTO. MON,REAL  WINNIPEG,  VANCOUVER,   ST. JOHN. N.B,
PATMORE BROS. Sole Agents
I NORTH   STAR
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HOTEL I
Kimberley,   B. C.
9   H. W. DREW. Proprietor.
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fl HOTEL »
'felltii'sts I'.ninliirt a Specialty   Good Stahliny in Connection ,
V.
Nenresl lo rallroiul ilepnl,    Ilns iiccomnio n,
Inr     lhi'     |.nlill.'     lilleiplallril    ill iTi
I'-I'lllllil'tiolt.
llll '.
HOGGARTH & ROLLINS    '}.
|Hot -.mil Colli Baths Proprietors I'lIK I'KilKI'KlToi;   I'K'.WUh'iiuK    It. C.   .1 l'l ,\ :.'n,  \\n-7
Hi
srsrsiHisisri=isn5jieji=yajsisisisisj££3Eii^^
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©fJ'RE SAFE AT FINK'S
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0 you value clear, wholesome food for your table.
In buying' we select only pur .
wholesome g'o > Is and i they nre
not usi as \\ ■ present them to
be,    wo   wi i .'full 1    lake
1 liem back.
On t luu  basis we solicit y *  r
trade.
Fink's
Ki ml) 1 "    ' Ulilll
.  I. \SS  lilMUIS AKI     I M'l i.     !■  \ I'l'lvK
fJ.Jnt'KKin   AND tlLASSWAKI'l HKIT  wl,ere HKVKI.i II'
MKNTSnl iim |.'I\|..ST POTTKI-W AUT ore I1KI''I,K('.'I'KI).
Our Goods are
We invite the attention and consideration of the public to our pure
food Grocery Department.
s
8
MOT
Finn's
We want to see the people who
money baci\ are careful about the quality of
sotsfied  Groceries they buy.
.^j&j&r&jx^ia-*}^^
LAND 11
r THE PflLM "I
Why Cough to The Coffin      ®|tc |1fO$;ifctOV.   Lelie^ vn,™"?' ,
CANDY KITCHEN
bll.V nl ,
t   American Beauty       Gull Girl   *
. -, A
Bark Sirens       Onlil Bantl
j Dr, Scott's Prescription
No. 1)11 or
Cold Cure Tables
s.VI UltDAV, .11 I.V 20,  lllll"
+tmnntm*Tr"nnnnnmmnnnnn-T""-T.-.
I  LOCAL NEWS. I
'Plies tin tli.. work  ttml  nrresl  ■-•uuuuuuuuuuiiiiuuuuuuuuuuuuv
'UANIirtOOK   I.ANH DISTUICT.
Ill .III,-!  ..I K.,.!.',,„v
Our    Hi
nil mnl gasoline stoves, for tlie
Beattie & Atchison l,m wnuil,R''al ll|M •"Iin
t, "cm  I    Where ltPays to Deal-
i     I'llANBIIOOK   LAND DISTUICT.
.UK   PI IK   IIKS'I
AT THE
    '"t" "     '
Unl.     .       ill.
I THE PflLM" U
4 ft
J    TELEPHONE NO, 141.    }   '"'*
► ft   nm
.a........................    |ul|
Ailiiiit',1' in ilir I'fiispcctur, mn
District ot Kni.ti'n.iy.
laltlll ..I   Ki
Iiiinn,..I  :ttl i-htilns
Ilir soutlnvesl ror.
I I'.'a .-llllills. ttit-t	
0.0    Mt'.Xnli.   :i    hiiiiliei'inmi
irinn   U'tiklo,   was   transtietiiiji
| husiness iti l 'ranhrnoli Thursdny,
.1. W. I.'iifl, mid 10. Mu,'l.i'ili or
Movie .vero Crunlirncili visitors
Tuesdny.
Al iii,- Melhodisl Church nexl
Sinitliiv evening the sttlijeel  will
I 'i'lll. Kllni'l;   ill    ih,.    Door."
A hourly welcome given lo till
A  SOFT  LEATHER
fHBB2£Xn3£BSi!nRl
I     Sterling Silver
A   pi
'KU.IXii   SILVER
vnv- iiiipri'i
"ONE     OF     THE     14"      \
A horrible thing is coarse, brittle, hard leather,
and  mor.t of it answers to that description,     ll       I
rubs the tender lect of the -rentier mi into blister.-,      j
corn:*,, etc.   It will almost blister » horse's hoof.
Whei '.nl.,it I.1:.' Dolly Varden       j
Shoe. S.C oi ided thit it must be made Irom a
soft silken leather. Arduous and costly experiments resulted in "Velvette" Kid, a leather as
soft as velvet but as tough and unwcar-outable
as cowhide, [t i ol [rail tnd papery, but firm
and silky
The counters and uppers of all Dolly Varden
Shoes arc made exclusively ol this cloth-like
leather, which can be found in no other feminine
shoe in the world, as we control all rights, while
the soles are ot oak-tanned cowhide, the pliant
and wearing qualitiesof which are widely known.
TEA Sl'Ol l.VS COFFEE SPOONS
KERRY SPOONS     SUGAR SPOONS
PUTTED KNIVES
COLD MEAT FORKS
CUE WI  EADEES       St'll \R TONGS
Wm.  F. TATK
THE JEWEEER
,    \, -. in-- ih,
NOTICE
Vi     II.
Mill       A.
Carney nl' Kuslo,  spenl   S lav
lusi in Crunhrooli.
Fred Ritehio of Vicli-riti, ('.Vi.-,
Grillhi of Nolson, Vi. P. Robinson
of Toronto, I.. L Knights of
Ciilgiii*y. und 10. Siognniud of
tlreen liny. Wis., were rogistored
nl llm I'l'iinlii'ook Wednesday.
Summer Hosiery
Ladies Tan I lose, lace front.. . 35c. per pair
Ladies White Hose, lace front . 40c. per pair
Ladies Black Hose, lace front..    35c. per pair
Summer Shoes
It cosls loo iiiiii'Ii In  run   yon
kitchen.     Cut   down   your  ex- j"' '
pi'tises. you can iln so hy using 11
Toledo Steam Coolcor. ' At   Pul
more.
CUANUnOOK  LAN!) DISTRICT,
District of Kootenay,
Tiiko nnlli'B tlmt .lolin V Hi-IJjri-a ol
Crnnliruok, 11. U.. tit;i'ii|iii!iuii mill
iiitiiitif.'i;r. iiiii.ml-to ii|i|ily for pi'l'lliU-
stun to pinvliitso lit,, rulluwlii), Ul-
st'l'iliL'd html:
lliillittli'lli-iin.1 tii 11 |10Sl |il;llll|..l   :l! llu-
tii.i'tliiv,',!  ,.,,i'ti,.i' ot l'n,   Kully's |.ri-
,.iii|,ii,.ii sui-voj   mi  Pour MUu fi 1.'.
ilii'iii..- uorth Hi ..Iiiiiii-. Ilii'iti'e .'u-i  *-'o
i'llllill...  llli'lli'i' Slllltll   IU    I'llllillS.   III.'lit',.
IVl'Sl L'.l .'li;lill-  In   |10ill1   Of   I'lllllllH.Iliv-
meiit. unil I'oiitiiltiliiiruitflity ni'i'i'i, uioi'u
Children's White Canvas . .
Misses White Camas ....
Women's White Canvas. . .
.Men's White Canvas	
AT
. t uj
..$1.25 anil 5I.75
.'.oil.   5 2. .' "*,   S 2. 50
A.   E.  P.
the Imperial Itm
oestliiy  for Culiim
will occupy llie sin
11 branch of the Im
nits'.
,I,.Im I-*. I',riih:
liiitiul Muv 8, I'm;
G. T. ROGERS.
Funny mnl Staple GROCERIES nnd CROCKERY
11 Cut Glass,  Boots,  Shoes, Rubbers, Mills, Gloves, Hosiery.
MICiHTOIN'S   1 f ########M######*$##*#####
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iii'ftiiiiiiiiiit   ut 8
Illi, lefl nil    VVpcl-iR   -,..-   .-.rar     -a    ;
s^t'lGGflRSTOREIf I
inrinl iu  thai  f f iji    II
i I luive inst received a full of fi x ||
louse wits ro-lfi     <-m im   ihict ai        \  'a.
Tl w Opera House was ro-fc     QMM   METAL     9
leiviiifr n new eoal of painl   litis if)     **-**-"*   l,lc ' nL     »-
rsa
wue.lt.    li  II  Shorl tf Uo,   have
ll nlltl'ili'l.      ll  is expei'letl Ihul
lhe house will he I'm nially opened
llhoill Augusi l'i it I
The Epworlli   l.i'itL'
CIGAR CASES
CIGARETTE CASES
MATCH BOXES
19
DON'T MISS IT
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11 .iiiu'iisi n'ui. , ninitin   dualo ,  m.
  fi    fi  f
he Kpunril,   League nl'  lho \ c      .    i|irMTAii  fi 1 Lnll,eH Ul""'"'s	
^;:,l:;!:^!:,!:;li,,,^lw!:::!;'!S S. J. MIGHTON) % <-•- '■»*«*"	
U10 Ladies of llieChureh are 3      THF    TnitArrnNKT       / 9 Ladies Millinery	
lemplaliitKa  UtwnParly  in 8      IHt     IUBAW.UNI&I        J* ,,'.,-
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