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CRANBROOK, B. C, SATURDAV, OCTOBBR 74. 1805.
No. 49.
RACK TO CRANBROOK
McKee tbe Jewelry Thief Has
Froliufinary Hearing Before
Stipendiary Magistrate Arm
strong.
Thomas Mi'Kee who was arrested at Winni|*ig for stealing
jewelry valued at $1000 from W.
II. Wilson, arrived In Crunhrook
Wednesday in charge of
Constable Union. A large
crowd _gathered ai ihe depot,
upon the arrival or ihe train, to
see the ui-i-use.il. hut Constable
Karon had telegraphed for a
carriage to he in waiting near
the maehiiie 'shops, ami the
lira-used was taken from the roar
nl Ihe train, husi led into the
carriage and securely locked up
in jail before a large portion of
the i-i-owd knew I hat the
Constable ahd his prisoner1 hud
arrived.
At 4 p.m llin accused was
brought before Stipendiary
Magistrate Armstrong for a preliminary hearing. Barrister J.
A. Harvey for the Crown and
Barrister (I- H. Thompson for
Ibe defense. Tho complaint
charged Thomas McKee with
unlawfully stealing one twin
setting diamond ring, one triple
setting diamond and ruby ring,
three single stone diamond rings
the property of W. H. Wilson.
A second complaint charged McKee with stealing one 1(1 si?.e
opon face Elgin watch 17 jewels,
t  it   size  hunting  Elgin   17
jewel watch, one nickel case
Ciesiiiit 8t. Waltham 17 jewel
watch, one opon face Wilsons
special movement watch, one 18
size 2\ jewel Father Time Elgin
watch, the properly of W. H.
Wilson,
nINST,\III.K BARON SWORN..
"I saw the accused use a pass
k,y into Mr. Wilsons store about
one o'clock in Ihe morning about
three weeks ago, I reported the
matter to iVir. Wilson. In conse-
i|uuuce of a telegram from Winnipeg I went there with a
warrant to arrest the accused. I
arrived l here ou Sunday morning und on production of my
warrant I was handed a cash box
containing watches, jewelry and
notions. I checked over these
goods with a list that is filed and
marked, exhibit A. The cash
box and contents marked exhibit B. Among the contents of
Hie box wasa'JI jewel "Father
Time" watch, Elgin make No.
!i.H7,14'_', and a gold watch open
luce, Wilsons special No. fi.ouii,-
(.K)0, and a silver watch No. 801,-
•1S8, and three singlo stone diamond rings, in all there wete IHO
pieces, including 88 watches,
movements and cases, eight of
which were marked W. H. Wilson, Cranbrook. There were a
dozen souvenir spoons with a
Cranbrook mark on them. I
found a triple sotting diamond
ring with two emeralds, but not
a triple setting diamond ring
Willi two rubies After arresting McKee i cautioned him and
then showed him the list of
jewelry, and he made the follow
ing statement: The caution that
I gave him was that he was not
bound to answer any questions
relative to the charges referred
to in the warrant, and anything
he did say might be put down in
writing and used for or against
him at his trial. 1 then repeated,
you fully understand that you
are not bound to say anything,
lie replied, "Yes I understand
that, I have made up my mind
to do right now". 1 then took
his statement."
"I, Thomas McKee, having
been placed under arrest by
Constable R. S. Baron, on a
warrant signed by .1. A. Arnold,
.1. P., charging me with the
theft of certain jewelry the property W. H. Wilson of Cranbrook, and having been
cautioned that I am not bound
to answer any questions put to
ni„ relative to the, above charges
but that auy thing I do say may
1st put down iu writing and used
for or against me at my trial,
hereby state aud declare," the
goods mentioned on list supplied
by Sergeant Blair to Constable
Baron, were taken from tne by
Sergeant Blair and are the property of W. H. Wilson with the
exception of one diamond stickpin, these I took from Wilson's
premises about two months nnd
a half ago, signed Thomas McKee, and dated at Winnipeg Uth
of October, 1005, and signed R.
S. Baron."
Tills was signed hy McKee In
my presence and I witnessed it,
before McKee signed this f had
him read it over, the body of the
statement is in my writing, I hud
previously rend il over to him
myself, lie then said he was
up against it, and wus going
back to stand for what he bad
done. In the tin box were about
a dozen and a half envelopes
similar lo this, one produced,
and marked Wilson the Jeweler,
Main st.. Cranbrook. B.C.
Among tiie prisoners effects
handed to me by Sergeant Robinson in the presence'of the accused was a letter which I now
produce, "und au objection was
raised at this point by couusel
of the accused" after considerable sparing Iwtween counsels,
the letter was received by the
magistrate for the purpose of
identification by tbe Crown. The
letter will doubtless be a feature
among the evidence at McKee's
trial, but its contents for the
present cannot be disclosed, although before counsel for the
accused had got in his objection,
the witness, had read the heading of the letter, My Dear Mrs.
 ,   the witness  continuing
to read letter as follows:—
I'll tell you how I came to do
this: "Before I went home to
the Old Country, I was working
for >18 a week for Wilson, when
I came back he had another man
working for him for $5 less, and
he would only pay me that
amount. As the 118 wage had
been a contract wage, I went to
Lawyer Thompson to see if I
could not collect the difference.
He said no, that when 1 had accepted the payment of $13 I
broke the contract.
Here the strenuous efforts of
Ihe counsel for the defense were
successful in shutting off all
further evidence, and waiving
further examination, admitted
that all the property produced
iu court was the property of Mr.
Wilson.
Stipendiary Magistrate Armstrong found the evidence was
sufficient to coiiimitl the accused
ror trial. He will lie brought up
before the County Court Judge
on Tuesday, Oct. 17th to elect
for a speedy trial. If he elects
for a speedy trial, he will be
tried forthwith by the Judge, if
on the contrary he desiresa jury
he will be committed to Nelson
jail to await the Spring Assizes
JEWBURY KKOOVKKRD.
Tbo list of jewelry recovered
in th« possession of McKee
covered four pages of type-
written matter, valued in Winnipeg, by the accused, at cost, between six and seven hundred
dollars, and comprises 186
articles
The accused had in bis possession when arrested two keys,
made by himself, one that fitted
the door of Mr. Wilson's store,
the other fitted a private drawer
in Mr. Wilson's safe. The
possession of these keys may
account for lack of knowledge,
on the part of Mr. Wilson of the
disappearance of these goods, as
he supposed they were still in
the private, or extra stock
drawer in the safe. From Mr.
Wilson's remarks, we suppose
thut these keys may form the
subject matter for a still more
serious charge, as if it can he
conclusively proved that any of
the recovered goods were in M r.
Wilson's possession after he had
discharged McKee on the afternoon of Sept. 30th, a charge of
burglary co uld be preferred.
LOCAL NEWS.
Write it City of Cranbrook.
F. W. Western,  Toronto, was
in the city Friday.
A. Mat I si m, Spokane Junction
was at the Cosmopolitan Friday.
BoitN   (In Friday to Mr.  anil
Mrs. K. Moffatt, a daughter.
J.  Ityau  of  Wardner was  in
town Thursday,
Fresh preserving  fruits, the
last of the season at Stewarts
J.   Cardiff,
town Friday.
Calgary,   was in
Elk River Falls
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SHOT BT ACCIDENT.
(!. C linle Toronto was in the
city Thursday,
Otis Staples oi Bayard was at
Cranbrook Tuesday on business.
The Customs House al Fort
Steele was closed I his week
Satisfied customers, is the
cause of our rush. Patmore Hros
It .Benedick. Mayoolc, was in
Cranhrook Friday.
Mr. and Mrs R. J. McTavlsh,
Winnipeg, were guests at the
Cranbrook Friday.
W. E. Qreen, Vancouver, was
registered at the Cranbrook
Sunday.
W. M. Gooding and W. K.
Hooding of Montreal were at the
Cranbrook Thursday.
Miss E. Husden of Fort William was visiting friends at
Cranbrook this week.
See Hill St Co. this week for
Specials in Ladies Rain Coats
and Suits at less than cost price.
Hunting parties were fitting
out today for a trip to the St.
Mary's prairie.
H. C. Baker, Vancouver, rep-
resenting Abbey, Blinn St Co.,
Toronto, was in town Friday.
E. Maliandale, C.P.R timber
inspector returned Friday from
tiie coast.
J. E. Cross, a mechanical
engineer, from Ottawa was registered at the Cranbrook Friday
Robt Johnson, of Marysville,
returned Wednesday from a trip
to Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hill left
on Sunday last on a trip to the
Coast.
Constable Baron hit Narrow
Eieape—Revolver Fell to Floor
And Was Discharged.
,^ i While at Winnipeg, in the
y j Cliirendan Hotel occurred an ac-
■ ^jcident which might easily have
V proved fatal. While iii the hotel
£U preparing for his return to
Cranbrook  with   Thos. McKee,
TlMit POORMAN «0W
A Deal oa the Property lay
Be Coninmated la the
Near Future.
The Tiger Poorman group of
mines, well and favorably known
in local mining circles, la bow
being examined, by an expert
mining man from Colorado, tn
the interest of an eastern ay a
who w.is iimler arrest, Constable-dicate.
Baron bud a loaded revolver in I The Tiger-Pooman group of
his hip pocket, which in some I mi ties ure owned by John P.
tinnciMuiitable manner fell from 'Larsen, aud were located in 1890
his pocket to the floor and was Since that time Mr. Larsen baa
dlsi'hlil'l.'pd, the bullet just escap-!developed the property to a COO-
F. J. Smyth
Moyie Leader,
Thursday.
editor of tbe
was   in    town
The Largest Water Power
in Southeast Kootenay. Over
20,000 Horse Power is now
awaiting development.
iug bis leg. As il was
he \v::s severely burned by the
powder. Doctor Lehman responded to a hurried call and ordered
Baton In bod. The accident wus
not as serious as first supposed.
Coiisiable Baron landed his prisoner in the Cranbrook jail on
Wednesday having been delayed
ii li •• by the accident.
J edge Morrison for Governor
The latest report current at Ot-
taw a regarding the Lieutenaht-
Governorship of British Columba
is that Mr. Justice Aulay Morrison has been offered the position.
POSTMASTER GENERAL
RESIGNS.
J, G. Leadbeater lefl on Thursday afternoons train for Lethbridge on a visit to his old home
Mr. aud Mrs. Clayton of
Marysville were guests at the
Royal Wednesday.
ilr. Win. H. Ward has accepted a position of book-keeper
with J. D. McBride.
Clias. Armstrong. M Hull,
D. Mcintosh and T. Lowney of
Moyie were in Cranbrook Thursday.
Harry Dlmock of Moyie has
been appointed a Collector of
Customs. He will be stationed
at Spokane Junction.
A. McCowan has purchased
from Mr. R. Ross a house situa
ted in the southern portion of
Cranbrook.
Wanted— A teacher for the
Public School at Kimberley, B C.
Apply to the Secretary of the
Board of Trustees.at Kimberley,
B. C.
Hill & Co. are making a special
display this week of newest arrivals In Ladies Collars, Belts,
and tbe celebrated Paris "Alexandre" Gloves, and the "Novi
Modi" Costumes and Coats.
Baptist Church services next
Sunday will be as follows:—
Morning subject "Light." Even
ing subject "An ideal govern
ment." The pastor Rev. B
Good field, B. A., will conduct
both services. A hearty invitation is extended to all.
Mr.   Dingbam. a comuiarcla!
man, representing the Winnipeg
Rubber Co., left Cranbrook Friday for Golden, via Fort Steele
and Windermere. The route
selected by Mr. Dingham necessitates* trip of 190 miles by
stage.
J. F. Pringle, of Spokane
Junction, was in Cranbrook Friday on business.
Alex. Robinson, Victoria,
was registered at the Cranbrook
Friday.
M. Kingsbury, and J. B. Simpson, Vancouver, were guests at
the Cranbrook Friday.
Fred. Hazen, who has been
developing a mining property
located in the St. Mary's district
returned to Cranbrook Friday.
A. W. McVittie who has been
engaged in surveying mineral
claims near Kimberley returned
to town Friday.
The work of extending the
water mains along Cranbrook
Street has been completed The
water was turned into the mains
Friday. l
Doe. Bell returned from Gate
way Thursday. He reports
a considerable amount of stock
being transferred across the line
into this province.
Constable Morris went to
Fernie Friday In charge of Thos.
McKee, whom he placed in the
Fernie jail to await his trial at
the next sitting of the county
court.
Mr. Maurice Vigneaui, Graduate of the Ontario College of
Pharmacy, who for two years
has been with Cass Drug 4 Book
Co..Nelson, Is now with Chas.E.
Held St Co, tha well known
druggists.
— i
Wedding Anniversary.
James Finlay, local manrger
of the Sullivan mine, entertained
a number of invited guests at
his residence, at the mine, on
Tuesday. The occasion being
the celebration of the twenty
third anniversary of his marriage
Mr. and Mrs. Finlay received
the sincere congratulations of
friends present, who wished the
happy couple many returns of
the day. Among the guests
present were Rev. W. G. W,
Fortune, and Mrs, Fortune, who
were much pleased with their
■ visit to one of the big stiver lead
Lines of Southeast Kootenay.
Of Interest to Thou Engaged is
the Development of the
Mining Industry.
DISTRICT MINING NEWS.
Perry creek placer mines are
receiving considerable attention
of late. The results of the cleanup of the Perry Creek Hydraulic
Mining Company were entirely
satisfactory, and has acted as a
"tip" to placer miners, and work
is being resumed on a number of
properties.
It is reported that the Kimberley district and Huckleberry
Mountain are showing up some
promising prospects, and that
in the spring considerable activity in mining will be de
veloped.
It now appears to be almost a
certainty that the Tiger-Poor-
man group of claims, located on
the Sheep creek divide, will
soon be the scene of considerable development in mining. A
recent report is to the effect that
there is seven feet of high grade
ore in the breast ot No.
tunnel.
It is reported that the Bull
River Mining and Power Co.
will resume operations within a
very short time, also that the
big dam across Bull river will be
completed this fall.
A new hoisting outfit lias been
ordered by the St. Eugene
Mining Co., which will probably
be ready for business inside of
thirty days.
It has been confirmed that
there is a showing of three and
a half feet of solid ore in the
Aurora tunnel. There is now
no doubt whatever as to the
Aurora vain being au extension
of the St. Eugene ore bodies.
Will Give up Seat in Cabinet—
As Wall in the House of
Commons.
Sir William Mulock is retiring,very rich.
from the cabinet and from political life.
An official announcement w 11
be made within the next twenty
four hours. So far nothing
official is obtainable, nevertheless the Post Master-General is
resigning from the government
and the House of Commons as
well. The information regarding the resignation of Sir William Mulock was semi officially
made known Friday.
Sir Wilfrid is giving Sir William Mulock a farewell dinner
on Monday next, and all the
ministers now in the capital will
be present.
sidorable extent The work baa
principally been done on tha
Tiger, three tunnels have been
driven. The upper one Is about
300 feet from the summit, another 000 feet, and the lower one
7(H) feet. Another tunnel on the
Poorman, starting from an opan
cut is 1200 feet lower down. Tha
upper tunnel is in ore, showing
galena and copper. Tbe second
and third tunnels show a high
grade copper ore. und in all tbe
openings there is ore of a shipping grade.
There are two distinot veins
shown up by development. Tha
first is about two feet In width
carrying galena, copper and silver and gold values. The second
lead shows about 18 inches of
copper carbonates. A small
vein ahows a small atrip of
ribbon quarts carrying grey
copper, lead and iron, and la
Pressntation.
Low Settlers' Rates to Kootenay
and Paoiflo Coast.
The Canadian Pacific Railway
have placed on sale daily till
31st October at Winnipeg, St.
Paul and all points east of these
terminal points, low rate one-way
colonist excursion tickets to all
Kootenay and North Pacific
Coast points. Send for your
friends while the low rates are
in effect. Full particulars from
J. S. Carter, D.P.A., Nelson.
The regular monthly Convocation ot Rocky Mountain Chapter
R.A.M., was held at Masonic
Hall on Tuesday evening lant.
There were a number of sojourning companions from Bayard
and Moyie present. A special
feature of the evening waa the
presentation of an elegant Paat
Principal's jewel to Ex-Companion J. F. Armstrong. Ex-
Companion J. A. Harvey In a
very appropriate speech presented the jewel. After closing tbe
"Arch", all adjourned to tbe
Cosmopolitan hotol and partook
of an excellent lunch prepared
by mine host E. Small.
Tbe jewel was purchased from
Wm. F. Tate k Son, "the
jewelers" and there is butoae
like it in Canada.
Country Court Adjourned.
The County Court which was
set tor October 17th at Cranbrook, it is probable, will be adjourned until November 7th.
Memo Me Impune Laoessit.
At a meeting held on the
evening of the 4th inst., it was
decided to organize a Caledonian
Society in Cranbrook. The
following gentlemen were elected to fill the offices for the first
term. J. F. Smith, Chieftain,
G. T. Rogers Sub Chieftain, W.
Abernethy, Sec. and Treas., A.
McCowan, Piper to the clan.
Committee, Smith, Rogers,
Abernethy, Starke and McNeil.
The first general meeting to be
in Good Templars Hall Wednesday evening 18th inst., at 8 p.m.
All Ladies and Gentlemen of
Scottish birth or decent are requested to attend.
Will Rebuild at Pernio.
The Elk Lumber k Manufacturing campany, whose mill wae
destroyed by fire a short time
ago, have finally decided upon
rebuilding their mill on the site
of the former one. It wae
rumored that the mill would not
be re erected at the same spot,
but at Hosmer. The directors,
however, have changed their
mind and have determined to rebuild on the site of the old mill.
This time the foundation will be
constructed wholly of atone
right up to the saw Boor and
from the saw floor up tbe structure will be steel.
A. W. McVittie, P. L. S., was
engaged thla week in surveying a
number of mineral claims on
Huckleberry Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Elwell were
visiting at the ranch of Mr. and
Mrs, H. O. Henderson, near Fish
Lakes,  for several daya   this
Judgeship for Mulook.
Sir William Mulock will be
appointed chief justice of tbe
new exchequer court division in
Toronto.
A. B. Aylesworth will run in
North York. He will not only
get Sir William's constituency
but his department. The new
minister will become postmaster
general.
Choice
Stewarts.
Spanish   Onions  at
Bridge Aorois the St. Marys.
It is to be hoped that the Minister of Lands and Worka will
heed the request of the people
of Southeast Kootenay, and at
tbe next session of the Legislative Assembly, secure an appropriation to build a bridge across
the St. Mary's river, near the
town of Marysville. Thla bridge
is one of the most needed public
improvements, and the wishes
of the general public should not
be ignored.
Wm DiioWgtd.
Fernie, Oct. 11—Mrs. McDonald, the boarding housekeeper,
charged with incendiarism, baa
been discharged, the magistrate
holding that the evident** adduced In support of the charge
waa inadequate. ■
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SOUVENIR  WRITING TABLETS
Four different views ,.'. Cranbrook and
vicinity have been used in making up thes<-
tablets and you could u,,i advertise our dis
trk-t better than by Writing all vonr letters
on them.
®lfe yroei-ector.
iwinih nmi      —•
A. B. Grace,
J'x UUlAlir.1.    AMJ    i.i',.«'i.
<Khe Prospector
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McClarys Famous
STOVES
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Patmore Bros.
BEST   IN  THE   LAND.
ODB polities ja the coming
ui'ini,i|Ntl    eUvtion.   are
[the  L'^n^rai if,««i nf the |s«ople.
We sahalMiave n<> l>arly or clique
affiliations at ail.   Tbe ;.•'•.i that
: men do  «r>» will  rind   ourselves
boutnl always lo praise and uphold
•■VII. we shall atta.-k no matter in what quarter it may   rais>>
jit.- uitly bead.
...
i <bir niunk-'|«il <-oiimil will be
j simply a committee e!e«-|«l by
iii.- |»a,,ple to conduct public city
.business, and in the pr>.|st?r con-
'duct of that business every cili-
leu ha.s a common intervsl. It is
satisfactory to see. and learn
that certain leaders, whose.de-
votion to the well lieinir of Cran-
brook rise* above oarty and
permits them to see and fully
appreciate the wants of the city,
and they form the best irnarant.-c
• •'. municipal progress.
...
What the outcome of the com-
iog municipal election will be it is
JifhVult to iletermiue- What tbe
people of Cranhrook want is a
in a: -ipal council which will
look after its natural interests.
Any municipal covernment that
will foster the growth and Jev
elopment of the city will receiv,
the loyal support of the people
...
.•southeast Kooteoay is Boint
ahca'l and making wonderful
~'ri(i,-> both in popolatkn and
natural r>-s4iurce>. The territory tributary to Cranbrook
-.als.i pushing to the.front, it-
mineral, lumbering and agricu!
tiirai wealth is rapidly Wing
developed, hm i-apitai is coming
it at a slow rate, much more is
needed to carrv on development
■mrtt at such a rat.- as the .itua-
• on  and   richness  of   thes,- re-
• - warrant.
Cosy and
Comfortable Rooms
Headquarters for
Mininc Men
Royal Hotel
Marysville, B.C.
FRANK ANGERE  Manager
The above hotel has been recently erected, and nea'.iy furnished througbo-at. The Bar is supplied with the Heal V"ands oi
Liquors and Cigars.
FORT STEELE
BREWING CO.. LTD.
PERNIE, B.C.
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BEER | PORTER
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* Bottled beer for family
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Outside   Orders X
,;IVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION      ♦
SATISFACTION GUARAN'
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Fort  Steele Brewing Co.. Ltd.
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Ail pHT*-*»»»*"JtVK!r*M in *-^ll Mnrcrj -link
ta Ihi* I'TOt-ier* *f*^ n^iotn*-! by th»>ir *.«rlnrt-
jM't <w by tb->m»rlT'*» t*» depmll bOttdl in the
I>-p»*"*x-»5* -•* Jt|ih iWsi* Vi.-torit». lur .In-
lAitfelat pprf*»nB»ncy «f their Obll rat Ion-. Th**
•^eblic i* iJwr*f«r** T»rB««,l (Ml Ml p\ir.-l'»M-
*»****?*7 *V*:* rtc+pi 1.   r= (July  lic^iM*'-.!  p«r.
NOTICE.
TIKI. Mali*. 1*1,1 thirtr *■»- *''*F ■*•***' I
tJk*»***l*faJrt^**l i*t**e4 xo aw!? to ;*-•• (*birf
Onmmw'trtbeT "t ,-M>rt* »a^ *»T.>rk» *t Vi. tori»
RT_ foe * *jpnr*i*l lin-a<**' to **«t »n-l rarrx
»w«j U*el**T fr»» th* taflewlac
taad« ia BmI KeaMsaf
Cfjlfte. .Bft at a pwu -^11^1 Tb ma* Bnck-
•rnrMr*"* aonbra*i tw>rnt*r pOVt, *' rhain>
■K-f o* !»>*> ***^t *>ltacKooi«-n*T RItl I. : th
SAia f*«rall*l of Intitule. ai»l at ibt* BOrtfcwast
tor&tr aUnle lire*-kennel*"- timber Hreim
thMj** v*a\\\ trt'cbaius ibenc** «*-*t *' dWEM
t**.-n<Tf rwnh l>«»rbaii>v tteBCf rest l>' chatas
to plac- 'if b*f tnninc rOOtalnti^ •"•¥1 mif* MOtC
«>rl«***
nat*1-! Stptftmhat I8|h, v>o
Th-'ii.-'.*. Hr*- -t.f nnilKiv Uoealw
:t> i»:.Ti'i Bndmrttbn. Atrat
\\ - doubtful if any town or
i-ity ia tht- Knotpuay- is attract
-usrr mon* attention than th*» <"ity
of rranhronk.
• •  •
Mining i> bu**ines.s. ami thi?
bqooot th*- people who wirih to
inv-?>t in mining learn it. th**
belter
• a    *
-Sharj* pra-*tioe. trivia! fault
rinding and petty demonstration.**
•'*.   personal   affairs   indicate the
:n*-'<er "'
a    a    a
i, ..; Conservatives and good
L - -1 * are determined to el^ct
non«- but go^J men :o the municipal council.
a   a   a
From the large amount of
•Ieveiopm**m work now under
^•ntemnlation. the opening of
several new mines in the main
-ange of the Rocki*^ may be ex
peeled during the coming spring
t'..i dimmer.
a    a    a
In Southeast Kuotenay scons
nt prospects are heine developed
For Sale
Twn Storey. Frame. Shtngle
roofed
Dwelling; House
tin Hanaon Avenue, plastered
tbrongbont EUectric Light and
Water. Three l*sirooms. Dining
..ikI Sitting rooms, kitchen an,i
summer kitch,-n. and cellar.
Owner leaving tnwn and will
i,!T,'i- easy terms    Apply
Arnold & Roberts
Real Estate and Insurance
CRANBROOK. B-C
which will neat—llj becMB.
mines Qrtwt jwrts t,f the
Konieiiavs hktre •«' - nH.rv
foitunate tu rejosi.i :•• rai'.wajv
:,!'..I ,s>l-^al|,!,.lit|y .- -v-tli.-r ad-
vancevi. bet tr«- Ktor SWeta ',is
trk't is rich in m;uer»l and is
rapidly i-ominK to the front.
...
Tlierv  in> se\vr»'   tood  tine
mines   in  Southeast   Kootaaa**.
notably   ainntic   Ikaca   are   the
K.s-.-i .« and Kootaaa*/ King.
...
It has heen elic'ted that the
son »f the president of the
Mutual Life of New York, re-
oeive.1 in three years in oomtnis-
lions over one tnilliou dollars.
$100 R*wartl. $100
l'h>* mto^r* ■>' '."-■• ;-•!*•■■• " ■- bv
plr—». io »-•■■> ' .»*, tbert U »'• -I-**-
, ■ - •Inrad'M diaraae ihat •deov**- ha*
'»• t. * * r in ■•:■>■ in all iu •;•*■?• ami
tbal i# t'aiarrh. Ha.l ** •- alar: * Cm*
!•» ih*c «aolT MHtah* rur* now kco«& U>
th- n»***lH*al halnahj catarrh Widjj
a (Moatitutiofia) olmaaa, *>^ .-*-.
a i*oD***.itulitkaai trvattaf-nt llali'**
Catarrh Cure is laken interna ,> Mt*-
inc dirwily ,i*«»r \h* Hl.aai and mti<**wi»
»-.tria«*«*s> Hthaontctm. Iturafc) iertjov-
v'.l *"-•'•' n..ji:;«>r. -•' Un SlHSMi ar>.
•pvtDir -he pa:ient *tr>*n2l!i t.\ \*u\\d\n*t
up th*- <-onsiitiiti<*n ar.i aN»i*tin*f naiurr
ifi Soiag it* work. Thr j»r«>t'r!>r:.***
hare m mik-h faith iu iu curath*
powan lhat limy Offer Om Humi red
Dalian U*r aiiycat- that it faila io
r ire.   Sa?od tor liat •»' '.*-*»iiui»*niaU.
\Mrr*m V. J. i HKNKY A Co..
ToltiW«. I >.
-S.id hv I^ru^iat*. 7*'.
Ta*** V"UH'* rVnih I'ilU f«r ^►nali-
ptti<«
|  When   You   Think  Of {
a**wftmH/iwl«s»,nW
Purehue   Price  $3.00 t Moitk
AJJotscm Hzit For Old Muhiu
Arnold & Roberts
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NSURAN
1
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Cap C alp °r>*> Nea Silver*
I HI  eXIlD  na'joo Hatliin-.
t'omplete and ready tooperati-
A s>iod money maker.
A. GRE.MEK.
Op|»site lni|*rial Hi't.-i
i i; m ; i i-i 111 i-i i i-i-H i-i'
STEWARTS ^
Th«  LEADING STORE  For
Fresh Fruit. Vegetables.
Choice Confectionery
PRBSB SITS. ?
solT IIRIXKs *
"BaaelwoodJoe Cream"        +
t I'ltoMIT DKI.1VKHY T
J   Hugh Stewart i
| Phone 75    ftnr*trono. Ave J
You Think Of
"HUTCH"
JOHN HUTCHISON I
-   PHONE  119   - •
Cranbrook, B.C.. Fast Kootenay. T
«aaaa«*aaaa«a*»*>:*>a*»«*«***»**«
YOUI'   aSlLTlll.Hi    is   t-.ll,-,|   tu    u,t
Pioneer Limited    trsin. ol the "Ml!-
i w.ukee A St Paul lUllw.j •■ -'Th,. unit
!>erf'-el ti-ain. in the world."
You will Und it desirable u, rid.on
thoaa.- trctina when Koi'i^ lo iny |Ntitil i„
the 1-Ja.lert: StaU-a or < niiaalai. They
i-onne.-: with all TntiiM-untimiiu!
Traina mul .11 Ticket AiranU aeli
tlekeU.
For further infornuilioia. |i.in|ilil,,|..
eu-. ask %BJ 'I'ia-'.-et Aiienl or
IS. I.. .FORD, 11. 8, ROWB,
Pa»-   A|[eni. Geieral Aftu
BPOKANT* PORTLAND
FALLS VIEW HOTEL
r
!
J CHENETTE & NEAL. Proprietors I
} I
) ^   Marysville,  BC.  *~ (
\ The largest and  best equipped hotel in the St   Marys'   I
'$ valley. (COMMODIOUS SAMPLB ROOMS. (
Sa*«9«»i*>«**«**«*>«**^^
SAVE TIME
ALL    THE    TIME
ar using
PHONE 93
P.O. lt,,x OS
im»mmaWawmmawmkaWimia\
Rocky M.'untain Chapter
BO. iii. EL a. M.
CBJUtSBOOK, B. C
ReK.ii.r niaaeiin^a:-- iid Tue»-
aiay in eav-h m.,n;h at -iifbl
n'.-lnek.
Sa.jjjo-jmina.' , «>m|a«niona are
■-..rdiallr tnriied.
I I  'Oil I
H. IL Bonow, S.rihe K.
Profetssiotial.
Crow's Nest
Steam Laundry
Flannels, Blankets. Curtains, Carpets, Etc.
We Make a Specialty of Washing C.P.R Overalls
No Chinamen Employed
ALL   WORK    i.rAIIANTEEP    I'lI.ST   CLA88
E. H. SlaATBR.  Proprietor
HARV1T k McCARTKR
BAKKISTBRS AND SOLICITORS
CTBAHBROOL,     -    B.C.
W. P. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor. Etc.
CraHlDTOOk British Columbia
C. H. DUNBAR
BABRI8TRB, SOUCTTOR
• nri HOTARY PUBUC
'ranbiooW. B.C.
J NORTH   STAR
J -sr-r    HOTEL
f Kimberley,  B. C
J   H. W. DREW. Proprietor.
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G. H. Thompson
~^-»   MAKKISTEK A M.I.I, 11. al
2^   NOTAKY I'I III.H
OFFICE   LEASK   SUILDINC
, VaotM.i'Ok. ll.i'.
THOMAS   McVlTTTE
P.L.8. eft C.E.
Fort Steele B.C.
e
Post Office
Store
Thf largest (ienerai Store in Marysville. when- miners
can be supplied with anything they want at all times at
jCranbrool; prices.
Groceries.   Hardware,
Clothing,  Stationery
E. J. CLAYTON
\yT'** '•l  "-- Boarl >f HortU-uHiir*.
^w-ii        	
V.*rwria :
IMM.*".-Mat of Arnctiliuir-
JR. AXDKR.VN
L*epuir Mia.ttrr of A^n«T.ltu*t
•iacraUr-*
NOTICE.
Takk Sani »■ tiiat ittlrt] «lap »ti<*r dau i
the iiti.l<'ivi(tn.si uiitMitl to apply Utkt Chief
OnmintSKtoneT ot Lnntt*- ;»ml Works for «
siis'iiil lleanae to cat ru*d earn sWJ imii«i
from tht followlnw .!(*>.«'rlN'-l !n«,lv In Kast
Kt>oit'ii»y.
i otmii'iKiHj: at « |»o*t Biarkeit "William
nreckfitrlitge'i1 sonihwil coww i posl** aUutied
nt * *.o«ih,-->si .'firn,T of w»!'( So., ar..*. atioot »>
dtala* «,'st .if ihf. Kooienay Ituir ihaoea
ent bonit ihp line ot (.ol •«« *vt chalni to *
iiorth»f-i eoruer ol v^ti.1 lot tini ctaUantki
v«*ai IWrhmi-.s more iht-ncr tufrth to rhuln*..
t -I'm*** *-v»-t !"(.-ti*tins. iht'ttcf ^ nu It nlonit thi*
line of i.ot Mt;; to otelU to ihf 1-l.i'T of !••*
fluninx. ooaunniui; BMacTM u ,w or if**
l>*i»i BBtttembw 1Kb, ttb\
\Villinm BtMkaaitdfe. Uvatot
tt \>*v\A HrwkenriilifC. Agent
NOTICE.
Notlre ••- lt*-nl»y *jtvt*n thai mlxtj
.uty- «fier dale \ Intend n> »i»j»ly tn the
Clit'-f t'iH«iiiU-ii-u-T tif l-amU *u\\ j
Works (or permbftloii to potrchriM the
(ollnwlntf desoribed lands -duate in
Snnthraal Kooteoay.
i 'omtnencing *i thr aoutbeut oorner
ol Lol "J-'HT Group «■»•.'. tbenoe]
north **'1 chains, thonee eaat so
[chtUns, thenoe aouth 90 ehaina, thenoe
went 4» ehaina, ihenee aouth :>■ •.-haius.
Ihenee weat 'Ji^ i-haina. thenoe north 20
ehaltw, thenee we*t riO ehaint* to place
,,( beiflnnlnir. eontntoliig ^^o aer«.
mora or loriti.
:U>        John A. McDonald, Locator
luini thit LC'ii. U4J- uf Aurfuai. 1VU6.
DR. E. W. CONNOLLY
ptHjiiclan a»'j Sunjeon
IKFICK ARJISTW'SU  AVC
ll'TRS:    '.' -... II a ::..   i WI Kjl.Dl.
* Ul H p.m.
'hnn.- OflW lfti     Re.id.ora: If*
I P. Burns & Co. I
: H«»<t o««,
; C.lgmry. Alb.rU
Hun OH.-, for Eut KooUnsj/, 3
Cruibroak. B.C
P.  E. KING
»    DENTIST
Oi-FUK Hocus:   si ,,. 12i.m
1 -.w,. |l.„l.
7 io * |ua.
Wholesale end Retail
I Meat Merchants I
•T Peali-rs in
£    Live Stock
Abattoir and Cold Storaj;e3
at Calgary. Alberta.   =
1 IFFIcs il,: Residence
Armstron* Ave.   Cr.nbrook 71UiiiUUI.IIIIIIIillllUllllllllll^lllllllllUIUiAliAAitUUIUlt|||t|*f
SEATTLE. TACOMA
AND ALL
Pacific  Coast  Points
ST. MIL, CIIMfiO. KW YORK,
AND
ALL POMS EAST
PtlaK* tad Toun.t
■lwp«rt, Buff.tt
Library Can, Modern
Day Coach...
Dining Can.
MEALS   A   LA  CARTK.
Best  Meals on Wheels
2 FAST  TltAISS n
HAST   AS1> WKS1   UAII.V   at,
For lull |«rtii-uUt>. ml,-. IbHtfl
eW., rail ihi Off aildr.--...
it!. VKKKt-X.ii.w.p.1.,
S»-alll«. Wash.
I.KltoV  TUCKER, <   I'-   ••.   T••'••
StHikar..-
The Illinois Central
Maintain* un<*x.*«'ll*Hi mtvh*** fnnti
the* we-t to the **»-.t anil loatll. M»kiutl
done eooneotioQi with train- «>f »1;
iran*M-t'rititiftutal Unea, |WHIIJUHI »n'
irivt-n their choice »»f rout**-* to (hi.-atru
Loolfrtne, Monphband Koaj OrtoMI
and ihhuufh th**-* potntl to tho farea.-'.
l*r*w|ai-tive traveler- tit^irinn: inhw-
mation .v. tu tht* lowest rato antl  l"**1
nntte?* an* tntited tn cuuoapuiMh'W*
with tht* follnwinif rapnaonUUlTM.
B. H. Tki'Mhi i.i.. Oonmertftal hgp**
IIS Third St, Portland, Orag*
J.«    LlNlMKY. T. F. A I'.A.
1*:* Third St.. Portland, •*r*-nou
P. It. Thompson. F. A I'.A.. Roo»J
Caiman HUi^.. Seattle. Wuh.
MINKRAL ACT
(roan r
* taT:ri-?*T* or npauvawano
NOTICE,
t'opjier rtiff and {forth StarMtnafal
t'lainu.
sitoau* id ttt  ¥..r- M*->  M.!.:-*  (».*.*>*
ot ¥jxm Kaetaaai DtaHet.
Whcrr loaalorl: On thr e*ti aMa ofaortk
fort of Ike M. Marj* RlTer ahaui IX »!***
frrm xht brt<J|e
Take notice tbat I John »;   <*umniarv K-M
C. So !iv.'> *J--tlo»: as *(..,-. for Jo*Tr*
Wright PtpM Mirirt't *vni»
cat#? So limVLaadC P Cnon. t- n~* Mln"'»
Onificatc So DLfMM, .utrtid. »iny A*j*. frt*
:t' .iaif ti**>- ■( toappj) lothr-Jliutni*RtT»»t***f
foraCettttlcaieol hi.]-: ■••-".*-Ma f-v lh« pot-
paaeol obuininr ■ (>o»n».rani »»f ih« •N"pt
ciairat.
Aod further -ii- notice tast action. '■'-'"
Mciiot. K, nasi be <-omraea**e-4 hrfor-* th*- i»«
tfc-.e of »och I't.'l'fuai* ol liLi-iavea *~tjis
Daatd ihu-iTihdaTof Aurra*t vn ika
JQBM G  CIMMISt;**
NOTICE.
TAKK SOTHK ibit thirty .l«ra afl*r *»•'*
I intend to apply -o the Chief ron*mi*»l"a»*' rf
La&d*ao*i Work-foraspreikl li»^r^< M e*1
and carry a«t> umber from ibe fallowing •**-
w*rlb«l :»i,..* in S^uthnLti K,.,-.a nay -
Ooanraanalag at * prw plutcd ab«at ta**aty
■ r.jil- south of tbe northeast conwt uf U* **•
S<nitb«asi Knotnuy. tbrnee e*»t *?l*al-f
ehain* tht-nee Dorlh fiffaly chains ik**1*
»e*u ei-fbiy chains, ibrnre «suih ei|k'>
'■Li.u, to pLae* of ■-, tit .i...    kaoan a» t*'
mi
W J ttltLK*
bat«a«tVi«Bb«r4U. MtV * THE PROSPECTOR. CRANBROOK, B C, OCTOBER 14. 1W5.
L CLAPP
W. ROLLINS
Haker Street,     Cranbrook, B.C.
MM
Lighted   By Electricity
-  Healed By Hot Air  -
litem	
Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS  FOR TOURISTS AND OLD TIMERS
Central
Hotel
v    ~ . . , - _ - R0MRT JOHNSON
(i Proprietor
*  Marysville, B.C.  $
i'i Tlm leading Hotel of Ihu St.  Mary's Valley.    '''
Nice airy rooms, newly furnished.   Table as good
If    as any In Koutntmy.
GOOD   SAMPLE   ROOMS
ROYAL
HOTEL
One Dollar Per Day
and Up.
L. B. VanDecar, Prop.
! B. H. SHORT k CO.4
fi
ARMSTRONG AVENGE
i - • MU designs in   r ? |
D.
aoers
i
♦    ♦♦♦
w Over 400 Different Patterns to Select From
(Stye $frO0.pttt0r.
. .TVKOAY, 0.  I'   14. l-.xsft
d   Painting, Decorating
j, and Sign Work
LOCAL NEWS.
RiM.I I'.iIiiimi.' I.roi. ml
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. McVittie
were Crunlirook visitors Tuesday
R. G. Btiiiliiigtoti, Vancouver,
was iu tlte city Tuesday.
Alex. Moltatt was at .111IVray
Tuesday on busini'ss.
Win. Ciirlin uf |,'ort Steele,
wus in town Monday.
C, M. Edwards wus at Steole
Monday on business,
K. SwindU'liiirst, Montreal,
wus in tin- t'ity on Sunday last.
MuCliir.v's fuiiious stoves, at
Patmore Bros,
S. K. Klrkpatrtok was a guest
at the (!riiiibrook Sunday last.
P. Mi-Kitiiion, Kitlis|M>ll, Mont,
was in L'i'iiiitirook several days
this week.
Born—al Cranbrook Tuesday
10 the wife of T. S. Armstrong a
son.
A. M. Thoiii|isuii, Vancouver,
was u guest ill the ('ranbrook
Monday
II. M. Burrow and John Chain-
mintf of Port Steele were in
Ci'atihrook Monday.
See our line of Oak's Hot
Blast und Air Tight*), Patmore
Bros,
THE ProshecToii meets a
popular demand, und is giving
results to loeal and foreign advertisers.
Ali-x. Robinson, Victoria,
provincial Buperintendani of
schools was inspecting tin- public
schools at (JrHiibrouk Monday.
W. If p. fisher, Winnipeg, P.
E. McMillan, and C. 0,-\ llrown,
Toronto, wore registered at the
Cm 11 In00k Tiifsday.
ATTENTION! Everybody that
wants furniture repaired or upholstering done, or new work,
would do well to come and see
me New samples on hand. My
charges are moderate. A.
GRBNIER, Armstrong Ave.
P. firego and .1. Littlejohn of
Aurora, III., were in ('ranbrook
Monday. Messrs Littlejohn and
Grego are large stockholders in
the Bull River Mining & Power
Co.
P.O. BOX B8
PHONE Ul
^ Wholesale——_
LIQUORS is CIGARS
A. C. BOWNESS
AGENT   FOR
Calgary Beer, Ale & Porter.
T. REBEL & CO., Hay and Grain.
Cranbrook, B.C.
»«»»»*»»»%»»»%##»»»»*»***»"i**'*>**'
c. c. c.
Gaioaru Game 60.
Fresh and Salted Meats
Fish and Poultry in Season
Orders by mail will receive prompt
9    Order By Phone 45    9
».«»*.>*»«>»»»»*•••***»'*
Centrally Located
RESERVE
Right of Way For Railways, Etc
Nt (TICK Is hereby kIvkii thul all Crown landi
nl (.tit* the located lines of any railway.
potter or tramway i-omp&uy, iiicornurmed
undoi' authority of the leegfttUturt* of this Pro-
vlnce, and havlnK a width or fifty (Wi («hi on
each ttldeof nfttfl Uiwh, are re»wrv«*U for iIk'h
of way purposeH for luoh railway, power or
tramway company.
W. *J. GORM.
l»f put* CornmlHHloncr uf Lauds & Workn.
Laudaand Work*. Depurunrnt.
Vtrlorla, B.C., :ird October, 1906, *i
TENDERS
Sealed Tender* marked "Tenders
for grading" will ix* received at tbe
Onk'e of N. E. Brooks, Division
Knglnuur, Calgary, up io M O'clock
October 18th, 1905 for grading four
mill's of main line and slue tracks
(Approximately 26000 yds.) for line into
Town of MacLeod. Plana, Speclilea-
llons and projM wills may Ih; seen on ap-
plication to Division Engineer's Ofllce
Calgary, and ltesideut Kpglneer's
Oltlee Cnmbrook. The t%*ht is re«
Net-veil to reject any or all proposal*.
N. K. BHOOkS,
Division Kugiueer.
Office of Tho Division Engineer,
-12 Cal-jary. Oct, llth, MOfc.
Kootenay $teel Rang
saves run.
It i. not th* first ant of • range which
or expensive, but the amount of fed k rtmn*
If you buy a rang* a
few dollars cheaper than a
Kootenay, and it burnt
from 15 to 15 par cant,
more fuel, what do you
gain ? Nothing ; but you
actually lose money, besides
putting up with all the
inconveniences of an old.
etyle range.
The Kootenay if equip*
pad with every known device
far reducing the consumption of fuel.
Hch
Sold by all enterprising dealer*.
untie rw ateucr
MXIaiy*
TtfMtftt    MMrtfWli   WtaMpSft    VMOMWTe
St Mia. NU.
Patmore Bros Sole Agents
MlNKKAL   ACT.
ih'itRM ¥.t
l-tatlPIOATI «*r IMKittiVllUdTn
NOTICt
Bruce, Victoria and Stamianl Fraction
Mliteral Claim*.
Situate III Hie fort Steele Mlnitif Division nf
Kust Kth-lfitay DUtrlct,
Wlicn'lii-ntfd: 1 Hi the writ fork nf the HI.
vUr>'« Kiver mid utl'oinltiK the Ureal Pan*
J roups
Tal-r iiiuli't* tlmt I, Jolin O CutntnloK*., Pre**
MliK-r's ivt;lii,uu, No "H«We" a-tiUK
aa streiit fur jiM0»b Ii. Wrltrbt. KM.C. Mo.
I*738..l4.iid r. P.CfWU. F.Ml'. No. HTfciM. and
ftl    ('    Ho«**sr,   P.M.O.   Nu.   H.7SK.   IliUmU
iiit> iluyifruin tliniat** hereof. tu apply to the
dluhiK Recorder for a iViiia-tte of Improv**
iimiiI" for the purpose nl kUhIuIui* a Crown
I rat. i »l tin1 above i-laltnt,
Att 1 lurtlit-r tnkt* notlca tbat action, under
NtellMii S7, mutl lat 1 ouiDieiivrd twfore tbe Imu
nice of -.u. ti ri'titrtcaieoi itupriivt-uieuiH.
iitnt-ii tbliSTtb lie) of AiigUti. A-l>. !**■*•
KT JOHN U  t.'UMMlNtiS
Mrs.
i MUSIC 1
Hlalnn tbachbrofthb
niSlOp PIANOFORTE
Kperial attention to touch,
technique, phrasing and
grading of studies.
For particular* apply to C. K. Raid 4
Co., The Drug^lHtH.
Electrio Lights
Manitoba Hotel   Royal Hotel *
Under New Management
•ji       When you want a  good
Headquarters for mining   f    ^-   tQ stop  come to the
men and old timers. %    Manitoba.
d, a. Mcdonald, manager
Wa Olva You Your Money^a Worth
NOTICE.
NI'TK*K In linwliy ^lyen tbat tblrtjf day*.
after d«t*t I huead toapply to tbe Cblel Com-
mlii-toti*>r of Undl aud Wurkn. aud tu (be
.\HHl«ttiiit r.iuimltalonrr uf l^adt ud Work*
(or the Dlatrlct ol Ka*t Kooionay for a Uremic
to prtMpeol for Coal ¥?■ trolrutn over tbe foi-
lowing dmcrlbed laiidn. iltuated oa Akamina
i.ree:t near tbe Houtb Kootenay Pen Trail,
lllock 4MO. SnuihaaaiArii portion of Hrttlab
Columbia.
coiuineui;iiit( at a poet planted near tbe Soutb
Kooienay Haa.*t Trail, about two mlltrt from tbe
head of Akamina creek, eaal of and adjolulug
Klale L. Kerrr'n Coal and Petroleum claim, and
marked Frank Menefae'e northweat coroer poat
theuce eaat to cbalua. tbeoceaoutb 10 ebalna,
thenoe waitito vbalua. tbence nortb M chalna
to tbe place of beKinului*. contalntog 6to acrea
more or leat(.
Li fated Sept. bib. 1W&.
Frank atenefee, Locator
40 Jobn Oloyn, Agent
*#«»»*»••*»#»**
L.C0HN
Tailor W Importer ot
Fine Woolens,
I Cranbrook, B.C.  Armstrong Ave
♦♦««*»»«*iggHi*»»aHa##-****t«»*
O KALKO TKNUKKS addreaaad to tbe uodar-
N Hlgued, and eadoraed "Tender for Ibilaa
^ Nnd f'lsherlei ofllce BlJf , Horn Weatmlna-
ter, B.C." will be received at tile ottoe until
-Saturday. October 2l«t. lf06,loefi»Iv«Gr.(ortha
ronatructlon of Indian and FUberfra ofBm
Hldf.. New WeatmltMUr.
Plan* and apts lllcatlona to be tern and forma
vt tender obtained at till Department, ai tka
offl.v. tu. A. Keefer, h*--., Rt#ldent Ku«lne«r
N, w WtHtinillittter. H ('.
PeiH'itmtenderlug are notified tbat tender*
will imi be conatdered utile** made on the
prli.itw (urm wupplletl and Hlgntd with tbelr
aclunl slguaturee.
Kaub tender muai he atcompaalad by an
afi-eptaal cheque on a vbartared baak.anade
payable to the order of ihe Honourable the
Mlnf-ter. nf Public Worka, equal to IM per
wnl tibpirl'f tbe amount uf tbe tebdar, wbleb
t»UI be forfeitrd If tbe party tendering decline
to enter Into a contract when called upea to do
ao, or If he fall to complete tbe work contracted
for. If the tender be not accepted tbe obeque
will be returued.
Tbe Department doea not bind Uaelf to accept tbe loweet or any tender.
By order.
FRED OKLINAS.
Saerotary
U-twr.U'eiii of Public Work*,
9) Otttawu. iteptWtb. 1Mb.
POUllD
ON BAKER ST.. ONE DOOR «■« Of
HILL 9 CO.    Thl only pUof.lf.Wwtl
>   that van m»k* lift worth th* li»l«|-
E. H. SMALL, Manager
i'
' II. «a»———«sO
Oats! Oatsll
Harris Bros.
.. 1 I I I  I  I  - -  I  T --■■■--        ii...
PELTON WATER MOTOR
Thu Illinois Central
Mnlnlklu uuescelled wrfloc from
the weat to the eut ud wuth. Mtkln.f
clone couueullon. with train, ol nil
trsawontlnenul line., puMDgen >ra
glveu their choice ol route, to Chicago,
Louisville, Memphis and New Orleana,
and through these point, to the far eaat
Prospective traveler, dealrlng Information a. to the lowest rate* and beat
route, are Invited to correapondeoo*
with the following repretentatlvee.
B. H. Trumbull,Commercial Agent
Hi Third St., Portland, Oregon.
J. C. Unuhky, T.K. at P.A.
142 Third St., Portland, Oregon.
P. B. Thompson, Y. 9 P.A., Room
1, Column Bldg., Seattle, Wa.h.
6 INCH  PELTON MOTOR
TOV KAYI A WAT1B PmKUTJRX OT 100 L*M. IV IU
OUT HADIt. Th* e-loch Motor Uluatrated abor* wlU derrtop
• H,». and wm hut little water. Oh.ap.r than tHa or Bleotrielty,
asd adapUd for running Printing Trauea, Dynamo*, OenmU
Maehlurv, Etc.   Im th* Hotor Ia Operation at th* otto* of "Th*
THE WATER SUPPLY CO.. LTD.
SELL THESE MOTORS
Aad will fto* you full particular* and price. Ot Writ* a*
direct, giving particular, a* to power required aad kind af
smaehlaary you wiah to run.
THE PELTOM WATER WHEEL GO.
100 Main St., San Franolaeo, Cat.
aSn.  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I
SALE OP  MINERAL CLAIMS FOR UNPAID TAXES IN THE PORT  STEELE  ASSESSMENT DISTRICT, PROVINCE OP BRITISH COLUMBIA.
NOTICE.
XiiTii.T. Is h.r.br ilran ih.l thirty d.»
.Iter d.lo 1 hila-iaal lo spplj to Ik. Chl.t Com-
mlaalonor ot Lumla kad Work., .ml to Ik.
Asslsuiil Commlsslon.r ol Leads .ud Work.
lor ihe Ol.trlot ot Eul Kooten.y tor . Lies,
lo pt-oapei't for Coal »nd Petroleum on th. lot.
owIuik described Unas, sliu.te »t th. forks ot
Klah-.-neh.il> .lid Akkmln. arnks nur lk«
Saainli Kontensy Fssa Trail. Block im. Soulh-
,-s»lirn iKirilon of Hrltlsb Columbia.
t'oinmenctnt at. post planted u..r lb. South
Kooiaanuy I'sss trail, nortb of and .djolulo.
.loin, flloyu's coal and petroleum claim, being
Un- initial 1aoai of Ssllisn Whesldon'a ol.lln
mid  iniirkeal   Nalball)   Wlir.lalon'a  aiaulb.eal
oornar post; thenc. northNehain., thoneetaat
w chains, thence south BO chains, thence wmi
At, chalna lo tbe plsceof be|lnnliif. cont.lnlna-
,140 .iiros more or less.
Located Hepl. 5tb. twn.
M.than WhMldou, Locator
w John llloyu. Aaje.l
J. M. DEER
Boot'Siioe Maker
All Work Guaranteed
New Work Mad* to Measure
ArrMtronQ Av«.   ffiSSwH«*i
FORT STEELE JUNCTION
Finest of Wioes, Liquors and Cigars
Those who ure weitry f.nd thirdly, drop In, had
AIpx will do the rest.
ALEX McCOOU    Prop.
1 HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that, oa Monday tha sixth day of November, A.D., 1905, at tha
Government Offices, Cranbrook, B.C., an the hour ot twelve o'clock noon, I shall sell at Public
Auction, the Mineral Claims hereinafter sat out, of the persons in the list hereinafter set out, of
which'Crown Grants have been Issued, for all unpaid taxes accrued, due and payable on the 80th
June, 1H05, or accrued, due and payable at any 80th June subsequent to the date of the issue of the
Crown Grant and for costs of advertising and other expenses.
U8T ABOVE MENTIONED.
KKfllHTKKKD OWNER OR CROWN QRANTKK
0. H. Macintosh	
C. II. Maolnto.li	
C. H. Macintosh	
W. VanArsdalen et al
Arthur rtillllne	
(.'tilumhuH M. Parker.
NAMK AND DESCRIPTION OP CLAIM
Wlaitay   Lot»17 0.1....
Burton   l.ot3»18G. 1	
Macintosh   Lot»WO.l...
Emerald   U.1440.G. I	
Surprise   Lot o&r» ti. 1	
Honey Comb   Lot MM 0.1
Unpaid
Taxes
Expenses
ol Advertising.
I 28 BO
27 00
86 16
11 75
13 00
12 75
S25
326
326
3 25
3
3
Total
• 3116
30 26
4000
16 00
16 18
16 00
■■■■aB*
.Oat«da* Cranbrook, B.V., thi* *9th day of September, 1906.
C. NELSON, Auettnr.
Fort Steele Ainmnent DMrict
Cranbrook Pott Ofee
SALE OP LANDS POR UNPAID DELINQUENT TAXES IN THE PORT STEELE ASSESSMENT DISTRICT, PROVINCE OP BRITISH COLUMBIA.
I
HEREBY GIVE NOriCE that on Thursday, the twelfth day of October, A.D., 1906, at the
Auction the lands hereinafter set out of the persons In the said list hereinafter set out, for-th*
delinquent taxes unpaid by said parsons on Um 81st day of December, 1804, and for interest, coeta
and expenses, including the cost of advertising this sale. Lands unsold will be forfeited to Um
Crown.
Uf»T ABOV1 MENTIONED.
******
NAM* OF PERSON
J. Co..
*. C«t..
Mather, UD	
Chaw, 0*o. and Col. and Kty I
Ch*w, 0«o. sad Col. aad Kty 1
Chaw. 0*o. and Col. and Kty fa). Co
McOulr*,r.C.*H.W.a%Col.*Ktlr8arC«fc
Manning. D. and B C. ******* Ry Co.
RobwtMn, A.I,
kdCol.*Kt»llfCo...
,4Col. dKtyHlrOo.
iidit n—catPTiON or propirty.
Lot* IM, 666,666 and-706 0.1 Kty Dlst
Pt,ofLotl66Q.l.,ICt-,DUt	
Pt.ef.LatW  "     "     " 	
160   **      "      H  ......
PtotLotl
Pt.«( Lot 160
MBST
Pl.*(LotlU  •
Stptmbtr 7th, 1906
A. 0. NELSON, JUtutar
Fori SUtU Anemnent Dirtrict. Ciaitbrook, M.C,
■MB ^^r
THE PROSPECTOR. CRANBROOK   H. C. OCTOBER 14.
I I
1
I ; I
.ruuuuu.jlnrinnnnnivvvuvtrinjvuir^
Imperial Bank of Canada
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED $4.00 .00"
TAP1TAL i(will "]" • (1,000.000
REST ACCOUNT -   13.00  000
Head   Office—Toronto.
T. R. MKHRITT. Prwident   1). 11- W1I.KIK. Vlee-l're*. and ••en. M»n-
AQKNT8    IX    GRKAT    Hl:lT.MX-I.l..v<i.   BUa    •? l.Tnhani  St..
aaaOBdOB.
A Oeaaral Henklac It.s—in — TraiwarMfK
Savings Bank Department.—Int.-i.---i allowed un deposits.
Cranbrook Branch.       j. F. M. PINKHAM. Manager.
vuvTL/uuiri>.r./i
Wttyrogpcctor.  TflR Mflll WHO       "WW* 0?
Likes io fish C0,NGT0BE
SATURDAY. "•   i    It   I*s5
1            __ _
♦wmiimmmwiiiiiiiiiisiwtmfmwmiii-:-
I  LOCAL NEWS. 1 \jj&h
iiiiiiuiiimiiiii.tiuj
I
■ Ml,i,l,l,,lil
ISTBK MAS
alt,,   will   Im     i
:...t-la.. a
Th** l.-l u» |>le»»- r,»><- the lanli.ir "I
making y.Hir tsridal [a,rln,il- We
aoailtl ntrt uryt- tht- mali.-i. only we
I,*,,- had -u.-li mark.ii -.,-.,-- the
. pH-mree ,,f lariil,-   (frames*.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COIVIMERCE
Paid-up Capital. $8.700.000 Reserve Fund. S3.5000CO
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO
Malr,.!:, .nlFiahi-np    TaCkle'*-   ■-•■■■"-.■'—=>•-■"  • ;"-;    l»'1,K,:K'i; '""K" ^la.™. a.,,. «,.,>.«.,.,,
I Elkinouth Thursday on business
Ira Hill and J.   I.ulz of Montreal were in the oily  .Monday.
Fresh fruits at (Stewarts.
aimttfa iha»i «re a-an thoroughly aDloaael
hi    , ,.    l i i,    i      a-I va.it.   Sun-lv Um hiirn titialitv ol work'
\\ t- ha\e KihI.s atic lv<- s ol •      .,,   .  • '      •
we will (»e you, and the modest price1
ditlerent sizes and   tilt   latest Tf. a-m ,,,i,,t.-rnu win leave ao doubt
Stvles.  strong UlHS of various '"  ."«"• ***** """ the place to go for
". , ,.    , -   , .-a- brWalpoHntttala.
weights,   all   kinds   ot   I- lies
and   Hooks  etr.     All at the
Prest Photo Go.
*       ~       DOM DO It *
DttfH \t ' itn\ (MM --I >'■ I
a Wifkiri.v, thai i- of Uw
sTastafttfoad kind a-*'* *r**'.
\uu will •.-.'!■ ■•    '   ll >"•<.  do
henuue I ■• •■■ .irv
Studio.
Cninbrook. II ('
Mrs  (.'has.  Levett.  and  Mrs.
Chas Clark ot Fort Steele were,  - ,
Cranbrook visitors Wednesday.   ,ng,U • ™ **
— P.S.—Let us serve you by mail
C.     K.    Smith,    ivpresentinir      r. p     •,_„,,,„.-..   Baker St
Dawson* Co  Montreal  was inl    DhA 1 lit &  AILnibOlV	
town Tuesday  ^^ ,. pay$ ,0 „.,,
Ros* Tate, of the firm of Wm »tock ftuoutione.
I    Tate  *  Co.   was  at   Moyie \r^«^^   ***»  ■ ,'"'"   Hr"*"* |     We have been in the  business
1 i.e«dav on business
BANK MONEY ORDERS
laauED »I THf FOI.LOWIKO MTU I
$5 aad unaier  • e*ata
Orer SS uid eat .lending 111  I cent*
- tl*      "           "         **•  tlteota
- »»      "          "        IN  IS cent*
Tam Order, art Payable at Par at an; «i*.c« In Canada of a Chartered
Bank, (Yukon es.-epledl .nd al the principal banking pent. In the tolled
State*. .sOOTIABtS AT A SISBO .AT. AT
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE. LONDON. KM..
Th*T form an excellent method ol remitting small nmi ol moee.
with aalety and at amaU svaat.
a'ta-ii.-.- ,   ll
*,.-•-.,   >V  ,, .-••   > a'.al .aa
t"        "" Al.a-a--.Aa Wlrrl«. ,..merit*.-
Marty Hunter left   Cranbrook I     iWoir»twfnkasTtf«ns*.
a Tuesday   on an extended visit to |     Henasta.
.ah  his old home at   Woolfoni.   On
None Mad> to C-mpa-e •
^ >,-.- Hill A Co.   this  w.^-k  for
W SjMcials  in   Ladies  Rain  (V*ts
9 i'  ■ Suits at less than rost price.
♦ 	
*%} Cold   weather has mme.    See
m our   heatiu*!   stoves — Patmore
J Bros.
Ih. 	
■ .\     B.    Fenwiek   and   C.    H.
• iPoIjen left  on Wednesday on a
]K huntim? trip to  the lieadwaters
S ,.f White River.
Satisfa.-tion giiarao-  A "       „   ... ~   , ..          ....
J W in   H   \\,k«1 of Kansa> ( Hy.
teeai w:th<»i!  -niv   "S 9 1 Mo . was apuest of Mr. and Mrs.
9 •'   D. McBride  for several days
)f this week.
Wit) fairss
V.»;i a-a-   .'.ay ■• .a
n bard iain.an.1 .lill be
iry anil wann.il v<«i ware
CARSS MAfKINAW
, "AT.
*
9
Mrs. Henry Kershaw ,lr. was
„ „ -/nest at the residence of L. W.
J Patmpre for s..\eral days this
*   ,^."k.
.A      We an- read; to compete for
*   .i-iiltv.   style  anil   priee of our
$**««♦♦«**»*** ««»*»******»♦♦*♦ laa^sijs?*-"
-H-i-x-x-:
j Beale & Elwell
t Baker. St.
i. W A Chisholm, loeal manger
J ol the Hull River Minim: Co.was
i. ia Cranhrook   Monday   on  i-om
Tiptmv business
_   •!• 0.   ri.   Dinghatn,   Vancouver
Cranbrook, B.C t and H    i:   Chancey,  Montreal
' wi.- resrister,-,! at the Craitbrrxik
T Tuesday.
1 for several years, we have the
.best equipment in BC and we
jruarantee satisfaction
About that Piano
We are the authorised agents |
g,lM. j for the removal of Mason k Risi-h
»-»,rrt on a.d i\»i tie.   sa.i:i..n ku   Pianos, we can do the work with
UK A   I   ilNU , ^Ba4fr&m^*-*S+3V*-Z^^
insurance Value ol the Eyes'
Salttraa
Sl.K-j|f**     .
>:*UrablrrCkriU>,<
WrHrra (Hi «D«i t'oal
!H'.Tti»l:t',a*. ' '■•*'. A I t.kr
t>m Silver trail Mlc ASM^It Co
inriif ■-■*•»
*   WILL   9
RENT
YOU   A
HOUSE
From $6.00 to §25.00
Per Month.
••H-H
h**4
your fan su
t and overcoat
T   •■ .1 lines   Kyan.   Victor   Rollins.
i. A  Doyle tvnd T. M. Roberts were
Tlal Spokane this week- attenilint.'
J'tl.e races
4.. 	
i| A B. Fenwick and H. .S.Clark
y of Steele were in Cranbrook Tues
J Bay' nltending a convocation of
y R.K-kv Mountain ChapterR. A.M.
I     C. Spilster of Kimberley  was
■f a'Cranbrook   W.-dnesday.    Mr
•JlSpilster left   on   the afternoon
I. train for FMuionton where he
Twill   re-ide.
j, F. A.   Armstrong of Denver,
J. Colo.. wa> in Cranbrook for sev.
J pral days this week.   Mr.   Arm-
.JL. strong   visited   the   Marysville
"- smelter Tuesday.
Are Here waiting For you
.1 Lenny. I. McLean and Tom
Cole w>-re hunting at .Taffray
•i. . week. A market for all the
•„';.:iii- killed was secured   before
•   left Cranbrook
- a-..-ri:il'-n,i;int Mackay
iv 11 ,-ii from Wliiteflsh Creek
T..I-.S    y,   " li'-i-,-l.e has been ,-n
, • -i    -.   building a bridge, for
1 ,-iie .
il II A Co. are making a s|iecial
iisplay ihis week of newest ar-
ti'a.!- iii Ijidies Collars. Helts
mil tbe celebrated Paris "Ah-x
.Ml-,-" i;i"-,i-.. nnd the "Nov
1 'ttslllll ,-* and Coats.
I. ll VanDecar received :
lelegitim Wednesday from W,
'laskin siatini! that Mr. John
j West died on Tuesday Mr West
was well known in Cranbrook
having many friends who will
be sorry to learn of his demise.
Li, v, P Westman, the pastor
■ II preach at both services in
I a- Methodist Church next Sun
';n. Morning subject "Gotl re-
-.a»; !.-,! to man." Evening sub-
c-i. "Making tbe most of myself
Suitable music furnished by tin-
choir.    All are invited.
Stock Quotation.
:■   .',,-,., : ■ , ...raia Betrhhea a iv  crsu
l,f,-.k    1,.,'
Tfa. * ...■*  ".ji sfr ,-urrri,l pri'r* Al .bi'h ibr
aaatOBata. ilAUlftl CAB I* f.1 lllllM*
si   KaisTiir ,     la
North Star     ,
Sulll.sc. a
rf * 11 nut t'YinfffwT] ^^*.
iDlenullULAlCoal 11
S.Mai. C.J.1  iL,
IV..urn oil         1.
a .lllA-aT Sl.r   . X,
,Var KAtflr. il
SALES:   3". Sa   taftat      iv ataznet
'... \v-.tn a oil.
B. McFarlane. Macleod, AlbW
was registered at the Royal
Wednesday,
>>' Ma-Leud Curran. manager
of ihe North Star mine was in
town Monday.
L F. Lyson Frank. Albt . and
K. D. Turner Winnipeg were at'
the Cranbrook Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. .1 Bradley
returned Tuesday from an;
extended visit to the coast
(leo. Scott of Tobacco Plains
was in Cranhrook Monday on
business.
E. Dunn. Calgary, ami R. McDonald Moyie were guests at the
Cosmopolitan Wednesday.
Mr. Arch Leitch. who has
been iu Alberta for the past week
returned to Cranbrook Thursday
Thomas Cavin returned Thursday from a visit to the coast
Mr Cavin was accompanied by
his mother Mrs John Cavin. and
his     sister '   Mrs.     Ten-ill    of
Calgary.
out risk,
nature
Also Household Fur
PERRY k FITZ6ERALD
Prapritton of ihe
Cranbrook Cartage and Transfer Go
Tin-   nroldeol   inwurahw
policy thai yield* *r>.tit*i in I
.im* nf Ui*aih  provide*) nn I
in em nit y of t£.6tf) Un  tha
lofti »if b<»tii eyeth
Tllli W*8»M tlml ft liliml i,,tiii in \
I'liiclicully tuilf '.•-ml.
(iiiHtii yiiui* OIVH with (liitM'Mi*. i
ini iiutny  tiitvt*   pin   *,t,   i'ivhii;
■hrtn itlit-nlinn   until   It  Mrwtodf
^ftkjm Into in Im* lM*iiofiu***l.  tf nn>tiling |
u iho iiiiuci    with   them Dm,
will li-ll son 10,    < "on-iilt
. F. Tate & Son
Cranbrook's L,eaditiK Opticians|
utirial Watefa liia|«-,-iiii>riiiw'a N'.,at fum DitrWonCP.R |
#e#ee*«*>*>e*»*>*>eee*»####eet2
t This Is ♦
fH*****************+
TISDflLE'S I
Headqiaatrteni for
FRESH rBOITS
NITS anil "llnlCK   J.
i •HNKWTIMXKIIY ■ ■
Ilk GrtMin (tnd Soil Drinks J
A 1.0 Toh.cre. Pipes
And Cigar.
Baker St.    Cranbrook   X
•M-.-M+!'! *************
GranbrooK
n Livery
GEART « DOYLE, PROP'S
Teams and drivers furnished for any point in the district.
A. DOYLE. Maneger
.SSSI....S.SI.IISIIS.
♦
I SOUVENIRS
♦
9
9
9
9      And
9 stand Inc.'
#
HEATING SEASON i
*
|   Heat Strong   ♦
*>   Heat Quick    *
FOR ft FIRST-GLftSS TURNOUT
HANDLERS
LIVERY
TEAMS and DRIVERS
Furnished for any point in the
district.
I
for  Beauty,  Style and Finish f
cxcclkd. f
I J. D. McBride f
J CRANBROOK, B.C. }
wnraa sipfuesi
These frosty tnorningi and cooler evenings
corneas a warning of Winter's approach, a
jog to your mentor; about wood supplies and
new stoves.
ASHCROFT   POTATOES
We want to talk POTATOES, the OLD HOMELY SPUD
We have again this year secured TWO CABS OF
ASHCROFTS. Thai name is il guarantee that every spud
is a good one and will keep go-Kl till next May Thai's
why we keep Ashcrofts. When yon liny ASHCROFTS
yon buy potatoes cheap, NOT CHEAP P0TAT0B8,
1.,-iivt' \out- orders atm tor your winter si,pi»t;. to l*. dollrored .i onoej m
ere will k.-.-l» them in at,.n- fur y.ui mul dellrer il. l-,-i|llii-e,l.
WINTER   APPLES
Ijiaat year »,- ..ilil Bftean hundred bona of COLDSTftRAM Al'l'l.t'
AH' A Uf     L   k I -.1 ttliimal aa niMiii tht-year ls-f.,t-,-. a.i tlmt wii.hIh.uIiI kmivr what r,,l,lairi-.ni A|Jl»le'
Office and Workshop   Lewis St „,,.    Weno,   Sodoyou.   Coldslream oan'l (rro*  .|>ud«. hui they on jfp»
    tppleeJU8T A8 0OOD \s TIIKSK OLD .H.H'V t'KI.I.OWS THAT UIIOV.'
j IN O.S'TAI'.lo.   Onrflratroi irlll be unloadod thl. .v,.,-k.    'I'h^ rarlellei *iH
be NORTHERN 8PY8, IIUKKNINOS, lil'SSKTs. HXOW8.
JAMES GREER
CONTRACTOR
and BUILDER.
KSTIM.ITKS FIUSISIIKI) ON Al.l. (CORK
JiilllllM.  1'IIOMITI.V KXKCDTKD.
Houses and Cottages for Rent
or Sale nn Easy Terms.
I.IMK AND SHINGLES FOR SAI.K
Telephone 82.
D. J. JOHNSON
Carpenter % Kuildcr
flood Work at
Reasonable Price
Felix I,, viek. of Denver. Colo.
■  -. i-egiAiered tit the Cranbrook
Monday.     On     Tuesday.     Mr-
Levick accompanied by Mr.T.T.
iMcVittie visited Moyie where he
i-ol;  over the big   silve--
■i   ■.: in. s. Mr Levick has been I    see
.-ii in mill H2 sine ■ I87fi.
EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY
It will pay those who are
l,N,kitlg for work locall and
If yim are .satisfied with poorly made and ill lining clothes you
won't have niaich difficulty in getting whal you want. Hut if you
insist on good clothes, properly tailored and rorreitt-in style, wi-
have them here for you in the 20TH CENTURY -brand gar;
ment,.unquestionably the finest ready to wear i-lothes in Canada.
and  we  are  Sole   Agents for  them     fa|| SllUS and OverCOatS in
Everu Stule.
HUI   &   CO.      Cranbrook,
J. Edgar Davis
.fc   Bricklayer   ^
T?"'",( Jon tractor  w
Furnace, Boiler. Range and
Plroplace Work a Specialty. All
description of stone-work undertaken.
Orders left at J. D. McBRIDtS
Will Receive Prompt Attention.
Jim   McArthur
He can  secure yuu a job and
also lit you out in
Clothes, Shoes,
Hats, Etc.
Jim Muflrtiir
Hanson. Ave    ('itANBl.ooK, DC
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY
$27.00
Vancouver.    Victoria
Seattle
PomaoMewirii
ON SAI.K DA I I.V
TILL   15TH   OCTOBER
dtoffti of routes, all rait vUSaimuor
S. S. PRINCESS VICTORIA
Vancouver    to   Seattle   via
Victoria
Dominion Exhibition
NEW WESTMINSTER
$21.15
Tickets on sale Sept. IA to
IM   :: irood to return till Oct. U.
Through Sleeping
Car
Arrowhead to Vancouver
SUNDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY
For fn!l partii-ular.. first elm or
tinii-int ileeper reM-rratinn.. apply to
li«-al agent, or write
0. HILLIER, Agent, Cranbrook
J. 8.CARTER, K. J.t'OYI.K,
D.t'.A.. Nelwa.   A.G.F.A., Vancouver
G. T. ROGERS.
FANCY and STAPLE GROCERIES and CROCKERY-
«ffr**MM*Hfr**'****HB«Hg»*i»l *>B**^**tMWI•>■»>■■>■»■*<?>
j   If It Is In Our Add
I Its Right
# In Our Mens Wear Department We Tliis Week S|m-iiI<   I
Especially of Pour Lines.
Fit Reform (^Ipthing
Slater's Shoes
Carss Celehrated Mackinaws
Jacket anij 1'ants
Pinto Shell Cordovan (Jltives and Milts
You r-.iu  i„,v  |,'j|  Boform Rlolhinjtand .Slal.r Slna>s
only  from  us.     They have many imitators hut no equal.
Drop  in  and look over our Clothing Cabinet*).   They
contain Hie Newest in Clothing.
H Is a Pleasure For Us to Show Our Goods
I REID St CO.

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