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GRAXHROOK, 11. C, SATURDAY, JULY &, 1905.
1ARYSVILLE SMELTER jpresenteil    to   each  inuividual
  ; player ol the winning club
Blmrloin Process of Smelt i    The Oraribrorik tautrosse Club
h Pronounced Sucobbs.
tieuliinc ol tin- success ni
eliel'leill    process   ul    I In
h  smaller.,  dhe N'elsot
■ie    >uys: I'rolllllilv    iiu
|pll|l(i|'ltlll!    tiew-    I llllt
Kiiotenuv   for  many  a
I'tbal I lie llelierlein process
rvsville smelter   is   li   pro
n.il   success.      ll    bus   now
running several weeks, and
line till lluit   wns  iisked   Of
■tl   ul'  ii,     .Inst wlnit this
lev c.iili hardly  be   realized.
'litis nl  leasl   lluit   there
lacteal saving of lid u ton in
■iiiinenl ol silver lead  ores
•rtuiii grade, and ihe oilier
.nii'llvt's   in   the  Kooioimy
are tn adopt the process,
Ihiil   tiie   pt'fiducer   should
|t in the e.vtent of £4   n   ion
i per ci'tii   lead ore or con
,\,.     \\.  imagine this   will
i- ihan lax or tariff  ksg$8
,i stifle the complaints of
ire n. mi's, and by  solving
r d em nl cheap treatment
ild siiniulttle production to
tent  hitherto unknown in
,li>..an        .lust    how   this
uiiic    problem    has    been
ed may be gathered from tho
lihui the Heberleln process
Direct, a> compared with an
B/ivi   one      Ii   doe-, mil pro
matte. n>   in   the  ordinary
less,   which  then  bus lo be
d again, but its first pro-
-, linllion, which only needs
ig.       In    the   process   of
Ifling all impurities are dim
till, :he ore being lirst crush-
the roaster it  is rendered
ions and the  sulphur  passes
so that by the lime the ore
ches tbe lead  slack  and  the
si is applied, nothing remains
|t in consolidate it into metal.
|e doins away with  ihe  inter
Biate    process   ol    treating
kte effects the saving already
lifted.       The    must   careful
i.vs of the slag at Marysville
•w  that  all  the silver values
J'e been reuoverod in the fur-
the slag contained  prac-
(ally nothing.     Another lend
to treat customs ore lias
en   started,      ll is understood
management of both Trail
M Hall  mines  smelters have
en watching the development
the  lleberlein  process  for a
time.   They realized that if
Droved a success at Marysville
f\y would have to adopt it, and
ly   waited   for   proof   of   its
•iency before doing so.     The
bt of installation at tbe local
|elier would be between 180,000
$100,000, a considerable sum
one which the management
mid not have been justified in
Iking   for  until  the  absolute
cccss of the process had been
uiotistrated. Now thai this
|s been achieved, we may hope
learn before many months
a passed thai all the lead
Biters In British Columbia
ivo followed suit, and that the
Siul mining industry   has  taken
In a new lease of life.     Incidcn
illy this will  be effectual  In
rning the scale   in   favor  of
t>cal as against, European treat
lent.
brand Ch&llenge Cap.
Messrs Hoggnrth and Rollins,
the  Cranbrook   Hotel,   have
donated a handsome silver cup,
|valued at. "r.Ti.Oo.   t„ the (Iran-
'irook Lacrosse club, as atrophy
I to im contested for by all regularly constituted clubs in towns
I along the Crow's Nest line from
Medicine flat to Kootenay Lund
ling, also al1 clubs in West Kofi-
[tenay
is tn be aongrtttUliUetl upon hav
illjr two such yeneioii.-. palrnus
Us uiesseiv. Hoggnrth and Kollim
and nil lovers of the nulionii
game, in 1 'raiibriioli. are loud ii
(heir praises nf the handsonu
ll||si('U|i.     and     lieartlv    thank    lie
gentlemen   tot    iheii
gift
LAOK088E AT NBLR0N
The  Uup Awarded  I
After a. Olrse ar-d Exciting
Gr.r.o
Tlliisc Willi imve seen   lacrosse
mulches  111  Hits ci'y  from   the
lime Hull the u'linie Im- prrtWU 111
spletliliil    popularity      here,    ileelare    llutl
B | Nelson   ha-   never  witnessed   u
local news Miner irnine ol lacrosse thnii   that
    ' jseeti by  I inn speeliilors  on   the
Mr. unil Mrs. floo, Maunaliiiu , n>(. rent ion (.'rounds yesterday
relurned to I'riinhrnok Friday.    ; i„.tWi.oii Cnmbrook and   Nelson.
M   H. Mc.Mahouo! Mnrvsvilli'i,',l'" l-"'">'-w'*  «<   throughout.
was a Cranbrook visiior Friday. I It wns never ul tiny one moment
  ! overwhelmingly    in    Tiivor    of
I'liUnore Bros, lor kitchen (either side. Us interest never
goods. j Hugged and when til last  the de
Out *1.7." watc.li is guaranteed
for one year   Wilson ihe .lewder
W,   K   Beattie is building an
addition to the Royal Hotel.
Rev
visit t
Sloat   lofl
the const.
Tuesday on a I
cision of the sports committee,
held immediately after the game,
nwarded the decision to the
visitors, it met with the hearty
support of every body present,
says the Nelson Daily News.
The  lirst game was won  by
l Nelson, shot by   McCullocb.   in
side   of   four    minutes.       This
rather    woke   up   the   visitors,
i much ihe heavier and  stronger
I team,   nml  confident   of   victory
and within three  minutes  more
jibe next goal was scored for tihe
, visitors by Clothier. The Nelson
learn   played   as   hard  as   they
knew Iniv.; ihe juniors  honored
by   iheir  presence on the team,
'did   their  best   to  juslify   their
i presence,     and     eliciled      the
^^^^__ applause     of     Ihe    spectators.
Albert Hanks and Kmil Hanks, :st,"M',fi   bf'lne   especially   to   the
who have  been  mining on Wild! front     Bul for the remainder of
Horse creek  for Ihe last month | ihe  first   quarter   neither    side
returned In Cranbrook Tuesday. !s<w„d lnili ,,„,,. was called   with
honors even.
'und Ihet'e was little surprise
when Cnmbrook  scored  a third
I goal,   shol   by   Pnttou; time one
OlMllbrook i minute.    Still Nelson hud a lend
lofone und ten  minutes left In
' which to defend their goal. An
error on the part of Clothier
helped them and the evening up
of ihe score was kepi away for
eight of those ten minutes, although minute by minute it was
seen that the Nelson tenm was
getting played out: they were no
longer able lo mleipititely cover
their men, pass after puss whs
minle without a man in the green
and white being on the spot to
cheek his rovei. 'I'he end was
inevitable. Ciirrutliers scored
the titlitl goal for the visitors
within ti minute or two of the call
of the Whistle.
At the linish the visitors, the
stronger team, wished to play it
out, bul captain Pox felt that he
could not agree in justice to his
men. (The sports committee de
Oldefl that the game was on the
whole In favor of Cranbrook ami
awarded ihe trophy to them, all
bets, however, being declared
off.   The line up was as follows:
Vlel'lary's Htmoiis enameled
ware at Pulmore Bros.
If there's any thing wrong
with your eyes see Wilson.
Miss May Wilson, and Miss
Mazie .lamesion, are visiting this
week at the residence of Mr. W.
H. Wilson.
A  C  Howness, w ill leuve Civile
brook on Tuesday next on an ex
tended   visit   to   Montreal   and
Other eastern cilies.
MOYIE'S SUCCESS
Dominion Day Celebration -All
Events Well Managed -A Day
of Pleasure in the Sifter City.
The Jsth  birthday  of Cumula
as a Dominion,  und the 'llth an
niyersnry   of     the entrance   of
British Columbia into the family
of Cinmdinti   Provinces, was eel
P. Johnson,''P.M. McMahan, C.
A rmstrong, V. Desaulnior, T. V,
Lowney and P, W. Prlth.
The judges in the various
events were .1 C. Drewry, P.
Simpson and M. A. Beale.
K. A. Hill of Moyie, was,chair-
muiii of the", various committees
and managing jlirector of "all
events.
The chairman, committee and
judges gave the utmost satisfae-
ebrnted Hi   Moyie oh Saturday j Hon to all, and were highly com
last by a large number of visitors , mended for, the manner in which
from Crtlttbrook. fjyun and other
points on the Crow, as well
us the people of the silver
city.
Upon Ihe arrival of the train
from Cninbrook. the sports com
meneed, the Moyie band playin;
the events were pulled off.
A large number of visitors wuttl
boating tin the lake, some fishing
others visited the big silver-load
mill", and the large number of
1 visitors and their evident enjoy
inent   of  the  sports proved the
Cninbrook
Mannahan
Bathie. . .
Miller...
Staples.. .
Me Arthur
Porter.. ..
Cruham.
Pa I ton
Tail..
Black
...goal...
. . point.  . .
. . . .cover...
1st defence
2nd defence.
. , l-lrd defence
Nelson
Carlev
A. Jeff's
,'C. Jeffs
.Helicon
Sharp
.... Pox
. .■.enter.
:-',rd home..
i'nd home
.   1st home
Cnrrulhors. ..outside
Clothier   inside.
Thompson
. McCullocb
.,   .Perrier
 Steed
Jamieson
   Hall
several selections, and promptly j wisdom of  ihe committee in the
at 1-lfi the folio-wing events were ! selection of the program,
pulled off in rapid succession. DISTRTcT "MINING NEWS.
1    1 On yard foot race, in which ■	
eleven men lined up, was won itCOf Interest to Those Engaged in
the  Development of the
Mining Industry.
Mr. McLean and .1 H. Morris,
Montreal commercial men, were
doing business at Cranbrook
Tuesday.
Walter Edwards, left Tuesday
for Montreal to attend the Engi
neers convention io bo held hi
thai city.
E. Little, an old time resident
of Cranbrook left on Wodnesdaj
on an extended visit lo Simlt Ste
Marie. Mich.
(!. (i. Jewell, JulTray. was III
town Wednesday. Mr Jewell
has just returned from New
Westminster.
ll is never too warm for bar
gains in summer wear, especially
the kind produced al Hill & Co.,
emporium on linker street.
W.    Cline    made    a   splendid
catch of tlsh at Munroe Lake this
week. He succeeded in landing
over sixty pounds of tlsh.
James Clark Of Wiiberlon.
North Dakota, has been in town
this week looking al 1 it ml with 11
view oT settling here.
Harry Parsons  who has been
with the Most Kootenay Lumber
Co., for the lasl eight years is
going to his home at ClitU Luke,
Mnniioba, for a prolonged mil.
The excavation for the base
ineiil of the new Presbyterian
church litis been completed It
was being cemented on Thins
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Win Small who
have been visiting at Sinclair
Springs, and Pairmonf. for the
past two weeks returned toCran-
lirook Tuesday.
In the next quarter the
Struggle was tierce, bul at length
al'ler seven minutes play, Jamie
son secured a second goal for
Nelson and Ihe air was rem bv
the shouts of the Nelsonites who
scarcely hoped lo see their team
in ihe lead. Cranbrook did its
liost lo even up the score, but for
the remainder of the quarter
Nelson defended its goal so well
that their best combination
failed. In combination, however
the visitors were decidedly the
st ronger
Towards the end of the second
quarter, Joe Thompson, who had
been playing a great game,
slipped ou the damp grass and
sprained his ankle, and it was
feared would be out of the game.
Hul when the referee's whistle
culled the players Oil lo the Held
for the third quarter, Joe
was among them, the spirits tlf
the Nelson rooters begun to sour,
ami Joe wns given an ovation.
The pace was furiously set
iu I be beginning of the Ihiid
quarter und the weight of (he
Oranbt'OOk men began to tell und
after six minutes of piny, Hltick.
by a dexterously   innnageil shot,
secured a second goal for Cranbrook, evening ihe score. The
knowledge that I he game depend
ed upon Ihetr unfailing exertions
gplirfed by the prediclion. ninth
in Crunbrook, that Nelson would
be OVerwItelfnlttgly defeated,
heartened the home tenm and Ihey
put up grand game and within
two minutes of time scored the
third goal, Perrier making the
shot after a  fast run  and some
Mr. Ii. S.   Baron, entertained
a Dumber of his friends at a pic- ,
nic at his ranch in south Koote -good passing.
nay on  Sunday  last, a splendid j    The last  quarter was thus en
lime was spent,  and everybody I tered   upon  with  three goals to
present    were    loud    in   their j two •„, \r(,|son's  favor. and a de-
praises  of  the   beauty   of south
Kootenay.
On   Sunday    morning
termined effort was made lo in
crease the lead. Within four
minutes   McCnlloch    again   sue
Side
n<'X,f(i | ceeded in  scoring  for hi
At the Government Office.
During ihe month of June, at
Ihe government office, at Cranbrook; forty five certificates of
work were issued. There were
thirlv two new locations record
ed.
NKW   1.Or AT KINS
K E. Beattie, located the B.C.
mineral claim situated on Baker
mountain.
H K. Bouttie. located the
Beanie claim situated on Baker
Mou n lain.
,1. Leash, located ihe Moonlight and Mountain View mineral
claims situated oiiBakorMountain
Harry Melton, located tbe Hill
Side.   Baker  Mountain.   Hippo
drome and Mountain Top miner-1
al claims.
W. H. Ross, recorded the Mum j
moth mineral   claim  located on
l'Vnwick   Mountain in the Bull
Hiver district.
I. 11. Hawkins, recorded Cop
per Star No 1 and Copper Slav
No l\ situated two miles from
Port Steele Junction.
W. A. Chisholm  recorded Sil
ver Top.  and  W.   M. Violet the'
Silver Tip mineral claims situa
ted on Dibble creek.
Joe. Tuenhanser. recorded the
Port Steele  mineral  claim situ
Hied on Tracy creek.
Dave Griffith) recorded ihe
Togo mineral claim, situated on
Wild Horse creek nenrthe Invic
In placer mines.
Oi M. Harris, recorded the
Vermi, Amalganiati'il Copper,
Luck}' Boy and Copper King
mineral claims, situated on Harris
Mouti'aiii,   White Pish creek.
U. II Pisher, recorded the
Atlantic and Shamrock minerul
cliiims, situated Oh Harris Moun
tain, White Pish creek
Special Announcement,
I shall tiot. nor is it   my inleti
lion to leave Cranbrook.    Some
unscrupulous parties, during the
past week,   have  been busy circulating a   report   to  the effect
that   I   am  nut  of business, und
going away, but to the contrary,
I am   here  to slay: Cranbrook is
good enough  for me.    I urn g<>
ing  to  take  a   vacation  tit two
week, my   business  will  be left
in  charge  of  Mr. Nesbitt.    Orders for work can  be left at my
residence. TelephoneS-2. Prompt
attention  will  be   given  to all
work during my absence.
Ja.viks Cukki,',
Contractor and Builder.
At the Traps.
The Cranbrook Rod and Gun
yen men
the  fust   time of Kl; seconds  by
T.   Gallon  of    Cnmbrook  lirst.
E. O. Kamm I Moyie, second.   ^^^^^^_^^_^^^^^^^^_
•'   Mens suck  race, 60 vards,'    Tn addition  to mining in the
six entrees,  wns  won   bv ' D. A.  big slopes of the Sullivan mine,
,,,    .      . , r    '      ,,    j from which  110 tons per day is
Ayersof.\loV„..w,il,It.d.!.n.M.''Xitakerl] Ml, jarm.sFinlUy is doing
a close second. L j,,.ual deal of prospecting, and
;i    Pa't mans race, was won by j is keeping his development work
T. J. Baxter ' lwe" ahead.
4    Potato.' race, won bv 1). A. i    To encourage the shipment of
, I zinc ore from the K'ootcnays to
'■' Kansas and  Missouria smelters,
! the Canadian Pacific railway has
birds, j |at,.iy reduced the freight rates
race
ers
5   Shooting conb
Cranbrook,   twenty
ft, Moyie
live
was won by Moyie by the follow-110 ten dollars per ton.
ing score: Moyie IW,   Cranbrook      The   marvelous   development
&S.      During   the  evening  sev-1 and production of I he St, Eugene
mine nave ntiracted  the   atten-
eral sweepstakes were shot fot
whieh resulted in much better
shooting than took place in the
forenoon in which honors were
equally divided.
The broad jump, won by D. A.
Ayers.
The high jump, won by F.
McCcmiiell. W. E. Tower 2nd.
tion of mining men from all parts
iof the world to Moyie.
One of the most promising
properties in Southeast rvoote-
na-y is the Aurora rni.ie, siluated
on the west side of Moyie Lake.
A small force are now at work
developing the property.
Marysville is now a busy little
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    lown. and people are  coming in
Patting the shot, was won by : ironi many points.    Business is
rtoo.   Ticitch   1st,   A. Campbell active, and Cranbrook is prcduc
»nd ling largely   from   the general
xT(, ]: prosperity.    Kimberley is   also
'        feeling the benefit of the improv-
^^^^^^^^^^^1       ed conditions, and the Kimberley
T.   E,   Murphy,   won   the  tie  Milling Company  is  kept  busy
making contest. H   Bremnerl'nd. i supplying lumber for both mine
Great interest centered in the Iand smeller.
Chopping contest, PranV
son was the winner.
march in a body  from th
room   to  the   Methodist
where un appropriate addt
be given  by the  pastor,
Gold irsdals will also hej p. Westman.
 : ,■' ,'             ,  ceeded  in  scoring  ror nts   sate |     rue uran"i""" »"~  """  """
„|y   »th.  the members   and ce e«e" ™ *™*                     . (;,„b heid their regular weekly
•lends of the local   lodge of | and at last Nelson  had a leaf o   m   ^ ^ Thursday evening. The
irangoiTien  of this place will two scores and the game l00h(,<1 srore made was as follows:
But the  team   was   tired,
od ge sa r>      ^_^^_^__^__
('h"r,f.'[l ' the superior physical abilities of
^pVW'r; their opponents,    safe   catches
(and good runners, began  to tell,
Mnfst HOII OIOWIMIIIOMM lion is
Carol>*>U ' moot OWOt 00011 10110 01 too u
Atchison 10011 01011 10101 IIIIOOOIIO 15
Plnlihim 1-ielOllllOllll 11110 11111 tl
Srsoe ou ti mil MOM »l»l HMO It
hose reel race, in which there
were two entrees, Cranbrook vs
Moyie. Moyie making the first
run and succeeded in getting
water in 80 seconds. Then followed Cranbrook, who made the
run in quick time, laid I'iO feet
of hose, and got water in 27$
seconds. The visitors were rewarded by an ovation upon their
victory, alio the cup comes to
'.'lanbrook.
The rock drilling contest held
on main street, and as a celebra
tion attraction, was a pronounced
success, a large crowd of miners
from Ihe SI. Eugene anil other
mines wereiti attendance. There
were three entrees; E. (Irange
and .1. Lerbyj.!. T. (libbons and
E. Parr: H. Hair and partner.
The experience of the Leroy
I Irange team (old heavily in their
favor.    They   lost Icsn  time  in
changing drills and shifts.   Each
team drilling lii minutes.
fjcroy and tlranger won with
i'7.1 inches: Harr and (libboti,
L'ud. with L'4 inches.
The following event took place
on the hike at the foot of Queens
avenue:
Boat race, was won by E.
Myers, with P. Summers 2nd.
The tub race was declared off,
and the log rolling contest was
won by J. F. Campbell.
The sports of the day closed
with a tug ofwar contest,
Moyie vs Cranbrook in whieh
Moyie was the victor.
In the evening the dance given
by the band boys was well attended by the visitors and towu
people who danced until train
time.
The committee oonaisted of P.
At. the Marysville smelter,
power for all purposes is derived
lroni four \* inch Pel Ion wheels,
operating under a head dt 823
feet, the water being delivered
to the nox/.le from a 24 inch pipe
Steel cable transmission from
the I'eltons delivers the power
to all parts of the work, and appears to lie satisfactory.
John P. Larsen, owner of the
Tiger Poorman group of mines,
has a small force at work clear
ing the trail on the North Pork
of Wild Horse creek, preparatory
to the taking in of supplies. As
soon as the trail is opened work
will commence at the mine
It is reported that Spokane
capitalist have secured an option
on a Sand Creek iron property.
An inspection of the property
will be made inside of thirty
days.
Annnal School Meeting
A public meeting of the resident householders and freeholders of Cranbrook School District
will be held on Saturday July 18,
ut the school house at II o'clock
A. M., for the purpose of elect
ing School Trustees in place
of James Greer whose term of
office is about to expire, and
James Gill who has resigned.
By order of Hoard of Trustees.
The   Levassar  Cop.
On Monday next,   the   Leth
bridge and Cranbrook lacrosse
teams will play a championship
game for the Levassar Cup. The
history of the cup is aa follows:
1st. season won by Fernie.
_'nd. season won by Lethbridge
ilrd. season won by Lethbridge
4th. season won by Cranbrook.
tl is now at Cranbrook to stay,
"What we have we will hold."
.4%, ,■
Moved by McConnell, second-1irienas   oenina   who  wish Uimj Rev. J. P-Westman.
,i'
vjaBna^HBH
io. 29.
»HI0 NIW8
tf Aft-Ooa-
In in United
r.to'.Compitt.
-Tht coming
of Duke Karl
Coburg and
e the occasion
vlttea in the
Duke, who la
trman aorar-
pular among
e celebration
i quite unnau-
i on such oc-
., July 18.-
snclaa in the
e first half of
numbers, and
sunt of dees. Numerl-
ircely any al-
ton with the
i correspond
last year, but
decrease ap-
i liabilities'Of
isidered.
Compete.
-An interna-
m to the Ger-
jatta   which
through  the
he American
Hulchay  and
i   Americana
ady training
tere from the
re high hopes
ood  showing
rman scullers
at succeed in
rs under tha
ioeitit
tton.
ly 15.—Every
teas for the
hanics' Build-
fifth annual
>sition. Tha
junction with
tation of the
»nof Electri-
be held here
ecupy 83,000
or space and
nge of devices
ng to electric-
' of  working
is far in ex-
ver before aa-
s roof, includ-
dbition of pri-
itallations and
•-tricity. The
vernment ex-
i entire outfit
ling and tele
ay war relict
id.
louthern Brit
tly impresear;
n-respondenta
elles de Con
member of tfx
rate interven
in dispute be
Norway.
captured ai
r, found fish
the threemll<
lea, an explc
hthaKhoodbi
Had in the k»
a.
branch of th
•BtfaeCertbo
^rMtaiugOo.
nrl I   Thepartv of Washington, D.C.,
PROGRESS AT BilWWl
,-**;***+***■ TtlK PRoSPK.CfOK. CKANHIMftK. It C, .ll'I.Y s, lfi08
r
YOU NEED IT   m,e,^0Tci0t
Dun'ng ihe past six months
our sales ,.i Ogilvies Flour havt
;;ist doubled.
A. B. Gract,
PUBLISHER   ami   editor
friend thai "it is a good   thing'. «™
•   they desire to become aqualnted AU
with all of ihe facts and the lo
cation of the mine for economic I «W
working) Its nearness to trans
portation, cost ni getting ore to ffi
market, etc, fife'
ROYAL   HOUSEHOLD <Tlte ItaWJWCtOV
SATURDAY, JIL.Y S, 1008
is responsible lor  iiu- larjje  m
creased sale.
Ever) woman who has once    |     ji..|- ^.^   ,n A|h(>|,n| tngt0 .,,,, ,n at thelowprlces
used Royal  Household will WH1 be watched  with absorbing whloh   have  been    prevailing.
never use any other brand of flour, interest by ihe people of British Bul  this will be Impossible as
• • •
Sullivan stock is ndviwolng.
Investors are coming lo the eon
elusion Ihal they have overlook
UK operations of the polil   eda good thing and are now try
TRY IT
T
will 1
inten
'Columbia.   Both candidates are from nowon there will beastoady
P Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in c
1
With    the     Ogilvies
o's    Permission    We
Guarantee Every Bag.
CRANBROOK
7< HOTEL
m
Nearest to railroad depot     Has accommo
ilaiioiis   tor   ihe   public   Unequulled li
i 'runbrook.
HOGGARTH & Rfj
Pn
G. T. ROGERS.
FANCY und STAPLK GKOCKKIl
good men. and both sides will advance, aud now that the smel-
put up u good tight.   The odds ter is In successful operation the
are. If anything,   In favor of Mr, advance will be more rapid.
Go's     Permission     We Mnnson, the conservative cand ' * '
Idate, who is widely and  favor Real   estate is  advancing In
ably know ii. qoI only in Nnnai Cranbrook,     The   advance   is A.&^&A&AAAAAAA*AA\AA±*t.jL+.
mo,   bul   all   oyer the district, caused by the certain knowledge! Wmwwwvwwww^^*WW999999'
Mr. Hugh Aitkins. editor of the that Craubrook Is, and will con   ^
Nanaiiio Herald is the opposi- tinua to be, the principal town in X
tion candidate. Southensl Kootenay                    j.
Tl xcelleni condition pre • • •                  a      Against anv Accident and any k
vailing in the province; the iu. ti... mining news of the dis a sickness absolutely no restrictions
creased  activity   in railway and trict Is faithfully  chronicled by  A
mining circles; the  fact that the   the   Bros) tor,    ll    yon  don't
west const of   Vancouver Island read   the   Prospector you  don't
is busier with its mines has been gel the news.
lheca.sefor many a .lav. all point ,   .   ,                          _
'" 'he fad  thai the Improved Tho ,„„,, tll,knl „,- lMqg ,„ J              Payable on   1 crms to Suit You
crcdn oi the province, is due to Southeast     Kootenay    mlulng 9 The
the careful   financial policy of circles is the Marysville Smell
the government,  is  having Its __________
due effect on capital,  which now
begins to come in    hi British
CROCKERY,
Cranbrook, B. C.
•^'^^'^'^'•^•s-'^'^'^'^'/s'£?•:
YOU ARE TO BLAME
How's This?
If you  do not do all you can to keop cool and coin
tollable this hul weather.    One of our
HAMMOCKS
IN   A   SHADY    PLACE    WILL   HELP   SOMI
Conic and Sec Them
Prices range from
$2.25 to $9.00.
C. E. REID & CO.,
Phone 74. rp^-   DrtlgglStS.
CRANBROOK,   B.C.
DISPENSING   OUR   SPECIALTY,
Columbian's case better govern-    "."/'"'''' """ '}ttf?d.rod,u?,ll"f*Ho' A
ward far any cuno of Catarrh that can- w
incut has already  begun to spell not In mired by Efall's Catarrh Curo. A  [
better times,   The Week ./••'• cm* BY * CO., Toledo, o J
Wo thu undorsiirnud navi' knoivti I-. *
—WE. IWSIIRF, YOII-
you $10 a week in case of either ft
$20 a year
rI Ganadidii Gasoltu Go, on,
9
9
Mr. MllUSOll, the conservative J. Cheney f/or the lust 15 yeum, and
candidate will bo elected. I"'1'."1'' l,iMI Pwfootly honnrablu In all |
bUHlness transaction*  and   llnanulally
•   •   • able to carry out any oblljfatliWH tnadu
The merchants of Cranbrook ''v" Vmmxu, Kix.van a Makvi.n,
Hud business generally ahead of Whuliwale DruififUn, Toledo, O, A
l          .                                                 , llllll',.     I   llllll'l'll     ( -, 1 .'..     lu  l„L,,ll   (III..,..  '    "
lost   year   ami   prospects   an
sufficiently  satisfactory,    There und   niiiruna  surface of  the  svstetii
is considerable railway develop- ^l,',n.?rlaU«Silitif™0ii t!'1' V'''"'"'
J               l [km* IhiMIl*.    Sold m all Rptiif^utla,
menl  going on  in  the district Tako Hall's l-Wnih   Pllfi  for win
I0HN HUTCHIS
-HUTCH"
General Agent
Cranbrook, ll.C East Kooti
Hall'" ( atarrh Cure Is taken Inter-   _T _k_*_.__.__„__._._   *».-..
ally. ««.tin*r directly upon tho blood  +4**+$«**$++**:44*$****
D,   C.   Corbin   is   building the Ht|l""l°''.
•j   Spokane, liilerliational. unil it is      ~ ". "
stated that the Kootenay Central I    f,,c Illinois Central
Will be constructed this fall Maintains unexcelled   ion-lev   from
A. Mel lor ****** >
General Merchandise
••• the worn to i us. I south. Making        ATTENTION   PROSPECTORS  AND  MINERS
mi , . .   ,       '-Ins, iiin'clieiis   mil,   trains   of nil .    .   ,
The general opening up of the transcontinental lines, |.as«mjrora am necessai-y to froighl your supplies twenty miles, win.
Kootenay and Columbia valleys, given their choice of i to* to Chicago purchase tho same goods, ai the same price, at MELLOI
which has so  long been wailing Louisville, Memphlsand Noiv Orleans,           Nllnom going to all polnta. via 8t Mary, rivor will And lu In
for the iron horse  will   uildoubl :""' ""•"ugh these potato tu the for etui ftm] ,.„„,,.,„•,.,„.,. ,,, ,,,-,.,.,,,■, applies from
edlv  develon   trade     \i  [Vim      ''''""> live travelers clcslrlnir Infor-
■,„•,,,     !.        ,.'      .     ination us to the lowont raics an t Q    UnllftP   General Outfitter
•I, Hi, mining „ud himbermg  ,„llk.s m im,(„„  .,.„,, ,,.„,.„ f\    M\\\)\        Marysville,  B.C.
trade is very good and i sider- with tho following representative*, _J_\
able ahead of last yen.'- It II. TRUMBULL,Commercial Agent L -—..-^i—.. .__._. _.._ _ _ _.      _. _ ,_. _._.-_._-.«..« •
112 Third Si.. Portland, Oregon, '^•^—^^•^^♦^♦•••^^••**«*^^^^^v»*
The Movie celebral ion on July •'''' UxnBBY- T' K"v PlA'
1st. was the most successful ever
l-.A. J
14:' Third St., l'ortland, Oregon B
r. ii. Thompson, P. a P.A., Room i f.
Wholesale
AND
J I
A. C. BOWNESS
AGENT  FOR
Calgary Beer, Ale & Porter.
T. KEBUL & CO., Hay and Grain
Cranbrook, B.C.
given iu thai town    The threat- colmau liidg., Soattle, U'aeh.
ening   weather   on    Saturday,——	
im morning gave promise of serious-        Professional
tn /~i   ly interfering with thecelebra-
■< \   tion, but  fortunately, about ten
..   . kw/  o'clock, the  sun came out, clear
and bright, and raised the spirits      «*kRisters and solicitous
of the   people  on  pleasure bent.
The arranged  programme   was
HARVEY & McCARTER
l.'HANUUOOK,
li.c
F^LS VIEW l\m
5 CHENETTE & NEAL, Proprietors
) ^   Marysville,   B.C.  ^
J The largesi  and  bosi equipped hotel in the SI M
J  valley. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS
Ss96S«»69
Cosy and
Comfortable Rooms
Headquarl
Mining
^uiimfiufimmmmiim.mriir^
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5Z
1
^Tne Best is tne Gneaoesti
J^ McClary's
R   Famous RANGES
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
carried out without the disagree '\y    p?   Cil JUO
able wails  which   usually occur
on such occassions.    Mr. li, Hill
and his   committee   may   well,
congratulate   themselves   upon
the manner In which the celebra- CranbrOOk ■      British Columbiaj
lion   was  conducted,     Visitors ~ _|
from   Cranbrook,   Con   Steele, C. H. DUNBAR iMor>'»vllle, B.C.
Yah If, Ryan and oilier points iu '
Hie districl  Kl;->. loud In their]       ",',V mS mfViPi^011 Tho abovo holel has boon roceiilly erected, and nonlly
Oil    thl'OUgl t        The    Mar   is   supplied    Willi    Ibe   liesl   b
Royal Hotel
FRANK ANGERE. I
WsSr
*» Are iii..  U'-i  i" Ira bad.   (jiudlty unexcelled, anil   JG
■2  pi'lcen I'lclit, A i..\i:i;i-:sini'Mi:.\"i'.irsT AIllllVKf)  Sc
Patmore Bros.
i
-^Plumbing. Roofing, Heating and Ventilating Engineers
^mmmmmff?mmmmmff!Tf?n?sffTm?»mTmffTmmmn!g
I P. Burns & Co. 1
|
3
Heud Office.
Main Office for East Kootenay,
Cranbrook, B.C
■»» Calgary, Alberta
B 	
B
t Wholesale and Retail
3
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praises of the courteous treat-
menl which was extended to them
by Ihe people of Moyie,     It   was
an occasion long to be remnni-
berod,
• • •
Several  well known   mining
i  will be ni Cranbrook in a
couple of weeks. Their object
in visiting the district is to see
what it has lo oiler In the way
of mineral development. If they
regard ihe conditions favorable
they will no doubl make Investments,
• • •
In buying a mine Investors
first send in expert inininfj
engineers to make a report on
the   property,    They    will   not
Cranbrook, H.C.
G. H. Thompson
~'S2&   UUtlllSTKI! ,t sill.lriTolf
.j-   NOT.IIiV 1'1'III.IC
OFFICE   LEASK   BUILDING
11 r.'iiilii'iHik.  II.< .
i T H O M A S   M c V I T T I K
■   • lw * S.  A1  C. E •
Fort Steele B.C.
Liquors and dears
«.M.II.M.„.„»,^.>„>|l>„>|,gl,>„<,^llt„t„>.t„<„>„>,
DR, E, W, CONNOLLY
Physician "»<' Suraeon
ol-f'li'K AltMSl'ROKO AVE.
lake  the   word  of  their closest j      Horns:   (I to II a.m.  2 to ll p.m.
NOTICE.
T.Uil: NOTICE dint thirty (lay* aflor dwto I •»*.■>,.■,,..,...«—„».■..,
I Itilcnd to apply to the Chief CommlBhlonor of
to N p.in
I'lioiie Olliec 105     ItcHiilui  IIU)
»>•»••••..•..#»•.<»
w*~ ^3 I Lnnd.iinfl Worlds fur ii spet'liil lieonito to nut I
fe      MCflt      IV\&fClVtfltt't<^      2h.'''li'.iri:.vawK,vtU.,lH,rfrointhe '»''J»'W_"_!";   P.    E.     KING
B
B
B Dealers ill
B    Live Stock at Calgary. Alberta.   3
^uuuimiaiinuauuauaiiu^niuiutmuuuiiuuuimliuu?
crlbofl lanrta near Porry Crock, in Sottthonst
^3 j Kootenay:
^51 (south or On: south  west corner of'John r.
\l   ,,,, ;,.  „-,i /*   ii c.   .-        ^3  ^si,^<   pre-omptlon,  ihenoo smith ofghtj
north eighty chains, thenco east eighty dial it«
to point ut commeneement.
DateUiJuneJWth, 1903.
97 QKORQE A. LAURtE.
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J NORTH   STAR
I a^__ HOTEL
9
w Kimbcrlcv,   13. C.
9
J   H. W. DREW. Proprietor., __^-_^,
e
Post Offic<
Store
»:    DENTIST
Office Morns: II t(i 12 ii.ill
I III <> 11.111.
7 to 8 p.m.
Office and Residence
Armstrong Ave   Cranbrook
Die largesi General Store in Marysville, where i
can be supplied with anything they want at all tin
I Cranbrook prices.
Groceries,   Hardware,
Clothing,  Stationery
E. J. CLAYTON
y
/ THK ['KOSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B. C, ,11'LY B, 1905.
niummunuumimnnumunniHuiuiunuiiiiminn
IONT   FORGET
u
E. H. SMALL, Manager
ROYAL
HOTEL
THE OLD RELIABLE NEVER CHANGED HANDS
Van   always   on   hand   to
welcome guests.
L. B. VanDecar, Prop.
BABYSI
a——*
For
Soft,
White.
Fragrant
SKin.
Use
BABY'S
OWN   SOAP
No other   Soup   U  just   tn   good,   on
1 fl'.BEKT TOIttT 5CAP CO.. Kht. MONTREAL.
THE MASTER MECHANIC'S PURR fAlt MUF
jii-uu will nttwu thj win, wiiiii- promptlyolnnilnff II
Of   BfWMi   ""■   ni-t. I'le.      hlVlllllllllll'   Im'    lie ■ Iiillilei,
rnMiifi-A *|M.rwrii'ii. FretMin|ilo on rt ipt ofu rui
|KaUge**)Albwt Tuitn tw*p uu., uta, M«mti**L i
®lje gtvogpectov.
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SATURDAY, JULY 8, lHOfi
LOCAL NEWS.
John Ryan, Wardner, was at
Cranliroul; Monday on business,
Mrs. Otto Wlesner, Wardner,
was a Cranbrook visitor Monday.
11 us Tbels  was   down   from
Perry creek Monday on business,
B, H, SHORT & CO.
ARMSTRONG  AVENUE
** Newest designs in   m
5apers
Over 400 DitTerent Patterns to Select From
Painting, Decorating
and Sign Work
R, L, T. Galbralth, PortStee!
wus iii town Monday,
$ I  '
.♦:
r '
0
.♦
♦ j 	
g 1   Mrs. Houdley, accompanied by
>. Miss Hundley left for Vancouver
Cleanlinesalsnext to godliness.
Clean up that hack yard.
James  Ryan was at Calgary
this week on business.
:♦:
♦
hist Tuesday on a extended v'slt.
Mr. und Mrs. A. B.Grace, and
Miss. Grade Higgins, were at
Moyie Saturday last.
K. Reid and A, Todd, of London were doing business al Cranbrook Monday,
D. P.  Mackintosh and .1. H.
lonnelly,      Vancouver,      were
W I guests al the Cranbrook Monday.
P.O. BOX
PHONE HI
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F0Rr
fSTE
;le
BREWING CO,, LTD.
♦ FERNIE, B.C
_   MANOPACTURERS
S and BREWERS of EXTRA PINK
BEER f PORTER
SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
Bottled beer for family
Z use a specialty
I    Outside   Orders
♦ (11VKN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
:
si P. O. BOX 812     L
7i     TELEPHONE NO. I      J5
j   Port  Steele Brewing Co., Ltd
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AITCHISON
THE BUTCHER
9   Marysville, B.C.    9
Our complete Cold Storage Plant enables us to fur- ^
S nish our goods in perfect condition at all seasons of S
35   the year. 5|
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™9mm9wm&m.mMWm1* towt")--HMfflsWWK^W.
Centrally Located Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Under New Management
*
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When you want a  Rood
place  to stop come to the
Headquarters for minin
men and old timers. ,,
''•    Manitoba
d. a, Mcdonald, manacer
We Give You Tour Money's Worth
K. C. Hawkins, and A. L.
Franklin of Moyie, were in the
city Monday.
Be comfortable. Get a ham-
mod from C. E. Reid & Co.
Druggist.
A. ll. Penwlck, and ,1. Taen-
hunser. Fori Steele were at Cranbrook Monday on business.
Win. Forest, Greenwood, an
old time prospector In this district, was in Cranbrook Monday
on mining business.
,1. 0, Trow, superintendent of
the big hydraulic Co. operating
on Perry creek wns at Cranbrook
Monday on business,
Victoria has been selected as
the meeting place for the session
of the grand lodge, A. F. & A.
M., next year.
K.  C.   Miller,  Fort Steele, is
agent for McConnick Harvest
ing Machinery.     Those wauling
mowers, rakes or repairs will be
supplied on application.
The excellent growing weather
during the last few weeks has
hud a very good effect on the
crops in all parts of Southeast
Kootenay.
W. Fred Tate, left on Thursday's eastbound train for North
Hay, Out., where he will spend
some time in preparing for his
entering the Canadian llorologi
cal Institute,
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby jlvoii thai sixty days after
din.- I liilen.l in apply 10 Ihu Hun. the Chief
Commissioners of f.nn.ls & Works tnr permission to purohnse :t-ti seres of liui.t In the Bast
Kootenay District and more particularly de-
M'l'ilieil us follows: Commencing in » pnsl
lilHiiteil to murk the south west corner of T. W.
Blngay's coal claim said post being two miles
north of lot 4388, group I, und about tuilf u mile
east ol Kill river-, thence eilst 10 chiilns: thene
south 80 chains: thenoe watt 40 chains. Ihenee
north mi ohalns to tho point of beginning.
Klk Ulver, 11. ('.. Juno 14th. IMS.
.1  11. 'ITUNIiri.I..
29 j. D. Anderson, Agent,
NOTICE.
NOTICE Is hereby given that sixty days
after date I Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of f.awls anil Works for permission
to purchase tl"' following described hinds
situate in Southeast Kootonayi oommanolngat
the northwest corner nf Lot No.w.i. 11 roup I,
iiieiice east 10 ohalns, thenoe south 80 ohalnt,
Ihenee east fill chains, theme north III chains.
ihenee west no ohalns, thenee north in ohalns,
thenoe west 80 ohalns, ihenee south W chains,
theiue easl 10 chains. Ihenee south W chains
io place oi beginning oontalnlng into sores more
or less.
Rosll M. I.lnthaeiini. Locator
Duleil this s;th, day ot June 1905. if
T   TJ   Wosl.mnn
Mr. H. M. Burrow and John
I'liiiiniiiiiigs, Fort Steele, were
at Cranbrook Thursday on business.
The a n nun I summer sale at
Hill & Go. is now on, and the
slaughter of prices in summer
wear is great.
.1. O. McLean u Spokane mining promoter was at Cranbrook
Monday. Mr. McLean has just
returned from a trip into the
Flathead country.
More settlers are coming into
Southeast Kootenay who will
open up anil cultivate the many
available acres in the vicinity of
Cranbrook, anil the Kootenay
valley.
Prest Photo Co, are prepared
lo lake pictures of everybody in
town. Call and see the elegant
up-to-date pictures which they
are now making.
The regular monthly convocation of Rooky Mountain Chapter
R, A. M., will be held at Masonic
Hall Cranbrook, on Tuesday
evening next. All sojourning
companions are cordially invited
to attend.
F. Davis, London, England,
was at the Cranbrook Monday.
Mr. Davis is engaged in looking
over tho Flathead oil fields. He
returned to Spokane on Ihe evening train Monday.
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given Hint sixty ilays
alter date I Intend lo apply th the chief Com.
nlssloner of tjundt and Works at Victoria for
permission to purchase the following deserlbed
lauds silnaleil in Southeast Koootriuty .llslrict
Commencing at the southeast corner of Lot
No. 11411. liroop I. Koolenny district, thence west
80 ohalns, thenoe south 80 alining, ihenee east
20 chains. Ihenee south 20 chains, thence east
20ohalns, thence north on chains, thoncoeost40
chains, thence north 80 chains to place of be-
ginning containing 680 acres more or less.
Charles  K. Llntliacnm.   Locator.
Hated this »fth day ol May. 1901*. 88
J. Edgar Davis
A   Bricklayer  A
^"'Contractor  **
Furnace, Boiler. Range und
Fireplace Work a Specialty, All
description of stone-work undertaken.
Orders left at J. D. McBRIDtS
Will Receive Prompt Attention,
The Illinois Central
Maintains unexcelled service from
the west to the eusl und south. Making
close connections with trains ul all
transcontinental lines, passengers are
given their choice of routes to Chicago,
Louisville, Memphis and New Orleans,
und through these points to the fur east
Prospective travelers desiring Information as to the lowest rates and liesl
routes are invited to correspondence
with the following representatives,
B. S. Trumbull, Commercial Agent
14:; Third St., Portland, Orngon,
.1. *'. LlNDSEY, T.F. * l'.A.
142 Third St.. Portland, Oregon.
P. li. Thompson, P. &P.K., Room
1. Colman Blag., Scuttle, Wash.
•H-K-W-H-H-H-H-H-l-H-H-*
A
B. C. Strawberries -1
** ♦
Preserving season is
drawing near,    Leave
your orders   prompt   delivery
guaranteed.
Ml C 1HM1CKS
Marucaiho Chocolates
Choice Confectionery
llazelwood Ice Cream"
Hugh Stewart
Phone 75    ftrinstroiiq, five
•H"WM"M"M"M"M«M«M"H«M4
Sunshine?
Furnace
Water.pon
vr*pait   ^^t—
t lifts and      (:,:-<-■
Dry air is light
carries dust.    Pry air cracks your
furniture, gives you a headache,
shrivels your skin,  parches your
lungs.
The water-pan in must furnaces is u pleasantly. It has
no serious business in the work ef ihe furnuce it h merely
placed there for effect, because a water-pan is a good thing.
And a water-pan i-. an absolute, necessity to your health
and comfort, but it ir.usi Ie proper!} i'. cctl lo radiate
moisture evenly and uniformly throuyliotil Ihu house,
The w;iter-p;ui of iiu Sunshine t*urnncs la the most
scientifically arranged water-p n in any furnace In the world.
It does the work u -.vi.ter-p.in should, and does it well
McCI?rys
LONDON, TOdONTO MOHTSiAL, WIHHIPta. VAHCOUVM, 8T.J0HN. N I
Patmore Bros Sole Agents
SIMPLE
STRONG
S"£NTpm«5i'lfl0i.»Bf.sreEW
Purchase   Price  $3.00 a Month
Allowance Made For Old Machine
Arnold & Roberts
MINERAL ACT.
(rOKM  K.)
UKfmriOATK OF tMPUOTRWBNTH.
NOTICE.
Flying Cloud Mineral Claim.
Situate In the Port Steele Mining Division
of Kust Kootenay District.
Where located: -On Marti Credit one mile
(nun Kimberley.
Take notice that I. Tims. T. McVittie, F.M.C.
Nu. »7:t7tii. agent ror J. C. Drewry. F.M.C.
No. U8U408, Jos, Trainner, F.M.C. No. Msrrtinr
and J. P. Armstrong official ndmini^trKtor roi
KilioKg estate Pfee Miner's Certltt-
oate No. BTftlfti, intend, >sixty diiys from the
date hereof, to apply to tin- Mining Recorder
for a Oertltlpatti of imiiroveincuts, for tiie purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant ot tiie above
claim.
Ami further take notice that action, under
scotiou ;i", must tu* commenced before the iswu-
ance of such Certificate of improvements.
Dated tliis lnth day of April, AD. l9Cft,
Hi TH09.T. MeVlTTIF
_«9tt96969l«969S»S9d9tt9«9S9e
GLINE
in tho 1,1,1 Manitoba Harbor Shop
nill now bo louuil In tin;
WATTS' BUILDING
Fii'si Clie-s Work iii nil lii'iini'lies
of the
Tonsorlal Art
Your attention
"Pioneer Limited" trains ol the  "Milwaukee & St 1'iiul Railway." "The only
perfect trains in the world."
You will liml it desirable to vide on
those trains when going to any point In
the Eastern States or Canada. They
eonneet with all Transcontinental
Trains anil all Ticket Agents sell
tickets.
for lurthel' Information, pamphlets,
etc, ask any Ticket Agent or
R, L. I'OKU, H. S, UOWE,
Pass. Agent, General Agent,
SPOKANE. PORTLAND
•f>H"M"I»M»M"M«l"M"H-H"t"M'
TlSDflLE'S I
Heutlquartorfl for
KlIKSli Fl?riTS
NUTS anil (*|[(>1(M-:   J
CONFECTIONEHY
Ice Gream and SoU Drinks
Also Tobacco, Pipes
and Cigars
Raker St.    Cranbrook   X
NOTICE.
Thirty days after d«U' I Intend to Hpply to
tho Chief Coin^ils.^loiier of Lands und Works
for a license to cut und carry nwuy timber
from the following described lands in South
F.ast Kootenay: "Commencing at a post }dun-
ted Ht tbe South Fust eorner of Lot hK'j, (iroup
1 thenee west Kiehalus: thenee north 'Xchains
thenee west 10 chains; thenee south 80 chains:
thenee east 80 ohalns; thenee north tiuehttins to
plaee of lir^inniiit'.
E, M. Fknwick.
Located this 9th day of June, 1903.        25
JAMES GREER
jCONTRACTOR
und BUILDER.
ESTIMATES f'DBKISHED ON At.l, WOltK
JOIIUlNd l'ltdMI'Tl.Y EXECUTED,
I louses and Cottages for Rent
or Sale on Easy Terms.
I.IME AND SHINGLES FOR sJtXE.
Telephone 82.
D, J. JOHNSON
Carpenter % Builder
Good Work at
Reasonable Price
Office and Workshop  Lewis St
|  L.C0HN
# Tailor % Importer of *
* Fine Woolens.      *
I I
i Cranbrook, B.C. Armstrong Ave S
Three &, Four Year Cosrses
in Mining, Chemical. Civil,
Mechanical and Kleetrical
Enfinecrinff,
Mineralogy and ecology,
Biology and  Public Health.
Write for calttidar to
The Secretary,
School of Mining.
Kingston. Out,
J. M. DEER
Boot-Shoe Maker
All Work Guaranteed
Now Work Made to Measure
Armstrong Ave.   SSW55 h..,i
""TfiEseIjays--
YOU    WANT   THE    LATEST
In Photos
— OR NONE AT ALL —
The Newest Is Sure to
Be Found at
Prest Photo go.
Studio.
Cranbrook
Llveru
GEARY A DOYLE, PROP'S
Teams and drivers furnished for any point in the dis-'
trict.
A. DOYLE, Manager
h,:!hj:'.«h"-" _.»aafc-ae I .,■ j..i .,. i j_t_.
to. 29.
'HI0NIW8
or Age-Comet in United
I'.to'.Compete.
-The coming
of Duke Karl
Coburg and
i theoccMlon
ritlM in the
Duke, who U
irman »over-
lular among
a celebration
quite unuiu-
> on such oc-
., July IB—
iQclea in the
e first half of
lumbers ,and
>unt of de-
as. Numeri-
j-cely any al-
ion with the
correspond-
ast year, but
decrease ap-
liabllities'of
sidered.
'ompete.
-An iuterna-
n to the Ger-
ratta which
through the
be American
ifulchay and
I Americans
ady training
tere from the
re high hopes
aod showing
rman scullers
3t succeed in
rs under the
neitien.
ly 15.—Every
teas for tbe
hanics'Build-
fifth annual
jsition. The
junction with
ition of the
nof Electri-
be held here
ccupy 83,000
or space and
nge of devices
ng to electric-
• of working
is far in ex-
tver before as-
> roof, includ-
libition of pri-
itallations and
stricity. The
vernment ex
i entire outfit
ling and tele
ny war relici
td.
(outhern Brit
tly impreaaei
>rrespondenti
•elles de Con
member of th
»nts interven
in dispute be
Norway.
governmen
captured a:
r, found flak
the three-mil
i.
I iviiiimiinu ...mi ituuia.. nwinuinu i hum ni»
PR0GRES8 AT ST. EUGENE   lna,r«theva . outside GowlHillon
. an expk
ntheKhondh
Ited in the lot
18.
branch of th
■ ban receive
>m the Canbo
>r Mining Co,
SoeitL
Society of it
b intend boh
•octal and g*
* lawnof al
muvMlwe of Bain
Wednesday eveeJac « THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B, C, JULY 8, 1005
Imneri-il Bank ,1 < -nridi I g»gj_____g: TIlR M'l WHO     THE CANADIAN BArfl
,mpu:;:lL:S;l"L:il:;mat,a jzsh-s :   LiKes to fish    of commerce
CAPITAL (paid up) $1000.000 g |«nnnnnmmnmm,mnnnmmmm.H lsrHKMAN    ^~   jpaid.u„ Capital. $8,700,000 Reserve Fund. $35nn I
KEST ACCOUNT     •   ■ $3,000,000 gl   LOCAL NEWS    I    ^r Who will he in-f^T   \r*",uVyj>'       *   '"•W.liQOM
_„, _ giiimumiuL I teiusiei] iklnjover .hewingof HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO
Ht-nd   Office-   Toronto. 5 •>uiuuiuuiuiiiiiiuuiuuuuuuuuuuuv:         .,,.,., .
T.R.MKR.m»r. Presl ,,   „.,;.U„,,„,V Pre,, 1 «o„, Man,   |      «'■ *• '■'" '■   *■'"»■   — •  FiShhlff     TaCkle |     B" * WAUUU ' " ___J^""'■^ ^
m:.:.nt.  ,N  ..::■ it  iilill'MN   ,,.,,.. ti,., ,      ^    g. r,,„,r,...N i i. „„• «,„ I,, ^    __   o^ in BANK   MONEY   ORDERS
ISSUtD AT THE FOLLOWING IIATE8
$3 and under..    3 coma
Over S5 ami not exceeding 910..     6 cents
"    Sin        " " S30    10 cems
"    Sill       " " $511    15 coma
TIism Order* are I'uviiMc at Par al IUU office in Cumuli, ,u ., P_M
  e I) and al ilia principal banking nolnliin theliiltSi
li. A. I'li;i|iiii;in. Toronto, ivtis
in town this woeli
London.'
A General Hiiiikliij: lluslness Trnnmietml,
Savings lliinli Depiirtinont,   Intorosi ullnwod on dcpnsiis.
Cranbrook Branch,       j. p. M. PINKHAM, Manager, s i;h
£Vuijui/uuuijutn/u-'.nmv;-.jmaruijuuuinn. uuvuuuimuu' n nn'ULrumnn.n.iti      ' IU     OttlUies ill  I'nil,   ul'ns
We have Rods and Reels ol
Iii), rent sizes and the latest
st\ li---. stroll!" Lines of various
11 w-"'h '• v 'oavor< was weiirlits,  all   kinds   of   Flies
in town Wednesday.
looks etc.     AH al tin
it.hi prices,
************* tt***tt».|*|r*+»* i.,^?!-   ',,'•V!"',,' w,,s '"N   Let us serve you by mail
9
Uuflne.xlii.v,
lliirristi'r li li Kllinit. ni V'i
Hunk, iVulu
Slates.
„i. *, . mm
lOI'ili,  u:i . in lnwn W'i'iliii siluy
*»■
?}•
i\.      li.   (' niipl I'll.   Miiyle,   wns  in
«-.  town Tliiii'sflin nu linsliii'ss,
Mrs. «'. II   U'ils'in  is risliitid
i.- Hindi iii k'liMW'lloii,  Quebee. j   i
THE CANADIAN HANK ni COMMERCE, LONDON, Btti,
In I T'TTP   P.    A -1,11 ICrtM '  Tl>«y r"n" "" """enl nu'tlind ol remitting small >uuu „.   '
DhAirlhlS  AILH'bJn with safety and at imall Mat. "*>
Where It Pays lo Deal. -.     »
^n4
• Q
Stock Q't.iiatiiMiK
,.'i.|.'i.,l    lij    lira:,,    \   I lilfll    Hi"I
i   I   ll.i .
MMIVIII Hi,. I,- . 	
\<„'ll Si.il
lll.il.Ui
tillgl mi.
w >'   mini in'
Unusual Neckties    *    ''■"l uiinwfortii iuiimi>Iih1 |   !;:';",l'li",i',n;,l;","j
Aii' mil1 piii'llenliii' prill
|ir '   i     Mux   lli'lierli'in,    Mur.vM'ille,
»wils in lou'ii 'J'uesdtii
	
i'iiii.su ilii'.v tire
nitulu "I r.Nlrii line iniilerliil,
\V,'.|,rn nil unil Cnul ID
Ililt-rnHl nl i .,ml A i iiki .'i
nun Sin, ■ii. n,l Mln.*S li rii I
Sales.
.nil, Sim   ..""    Western ml ,\ Ciml MHO I
9     Now Cubbuceni I'Mnli Urns       .  A r,'u Nwuini tuets regard-
*.
W      Klnesl I'l'i'iiiut'i'vliiiiii'i' in I I h ,m}V '"'
unusual iii'i-.iiisi' ihev in-,,  QEI|)i'iiiis Hue, a in. ui Pink llt'os       "'" ™ ("
tij? t ln> price of 11 ne summer shoes
i.v Im obtained by consulting
A Good TIME PIECE a
a Faithful Friend
tt'u huve a  rlimci' seleoilun i
Accurate Timepieces
Gri in!   design«    n   «ili |
II.iiiiIshiiii- maiili'l clocks.    Will
lie pleased lo quote p'rlcea
. F. Tate k son
Jewelers and Grtiduatc Optician*)
nihVlal Wawh in-p- itom I lr iw'i N.-i °ub DlvUion C.P.B
made in a .style of their own,   j_                        —— u-    i i   .
*     Prank  lli.-.-in. Spokane  ivas     Ul"'Kl ' ooiiimencedexoiivul
V ;ii Cranbrook Monday. '"-  ""' ""' foundatii I  thi
I ii isiinl      becauso     wo   m                         tion bank building  on Wednes
charge im more llinn   you   *     P. C. Malpas and taniily were l,u-v'    When completed It will be     <$$$$$$$$#$$4fr4HMMfr4Htt4t4HMr$$4
..-_:, „.,   ,.„„   ,,„,       ,'       g at Calgary i ng Hid early pan0!.'0 d by the Canadian Bank     A ^^                                      a
iisuall)   pay    lor    common   _f „f tliisTwoeli "'   Coniineree      IVtry ill   Fit/      S.    *   M ***            jr^                                       *
lies.                                         9                         goruld have the contract for i'.\
I'l.SK   lll.'ns
9 Our Grocery Department
w
Jt    li-   'nil   unil uverlliitt'lni!   ivhli
S good ihlnffs in eat,    We eiiii 1111
your nrdcr   u wa^on   loiul
Wear load.    Solid  us your i
iff .urn will liml that our  pi'leou in
.' llio lowest, and ,-\rt-y arlielo tin
■ .-.eiiii vim i^ irunraiiteed  to I
dames Plnloy,  supei'lnletideni cavation, also the n valof 100 ■
jtt of the Sullivan mine was in town yards of rook, 90 yards ol  sand, y
--   Prlday on business. WMhous I brick and I wo cur A
  loads of Hoinan stoue A
E. \V. M. Lysous, (Ireenwood,
i-as at Cranbrook Wednesday on     ''',   ('     '!im;k ;'"   li1n*'ish
goiilloman wliu lin> been staying
nt the lVllga_for tho pastfew]   <r     Will reduce cost of vour insurance.      We have 11
*  iiiiniii!.' business
{Mill   Owners}
FIRE HOSE        ]
{      FIRE BUCKETS     I
C. B. Balaton iindH.Eiiglesoii, ""'k> '""' "'l"1 1 Palnrf,ul acci 9
i ,.r Vancouver, were in the city 'lent on Snlurdny last. He wenl A
~ Monday *   '°r a dnvo wnli noveral  friends     i   penses and danger (nun tire
*
9
9
*
9
iiinl wlien a short distance down ,,,
<{r Mr ami Mrs. I.  Ii.   I'anlJecai' Sl   '"-"I'1''-- Prairie thu horse 9
^ left    Tuesday   mi    a  visit    in l"'rl111"'   uuiiiiinngoahle aud   he »
w ihu coast                                       ,vus  tlniiwn oul  ol   llio buggy, A
J   sustaining a bud fall on his head A
:J    * E. G. Boynlon, LaCmsse, Wis   He }vas taken to ihe   hospital *
4)       M    il'nu n crnnul    .,i    ,],..    I> I   ir..,i   'illlll IS imiv niii.i-i.i-i,,,, 1»r
nstiiining a bail fall on his head
E. G. Boynlon, LaCmsse, Wis He. .wns  lilK'""  '". ll"'   ll0sPil
was a guosl  al   llio  Uuyul U'ed
IH'sllilS'. ''V
.  Lethbridgn     Ucrosse    Club     A
x     A i;   Bi'owu   Winona   Minn ui"    l'''lv   0'imbrook   club  a     ty
Monev Back If Not Satisfied      i  was  it   Cranbrook visitor Wed' league game on Monday next at     a
»            ,. I  nVlivli      'riilc    „;il    l„.   .,    II..,        W
them.     Lei   n^  In   \"ii  nui and reduce vourex J.
f
♦
ll
♦
f
Cranbrook. B.C.*
J, D, MA
I o'clock.   This  will  i  Hot
Gan
•K-H-K-i-K-K-!-
•K-!- -H-i-j"i"W-i--i--!-i-i-i"W-i~H-H-K
.ludsrn J. II. Porin,  of N'el.si
■r-i-l-J-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-;-i-;--i-i-i--i-i-i-e -i-.-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i
I Beale & Elwell
--#   For Rent   Jjrv
f> Unfurnished Rooms
2 Unfurnished Rooms
"''• j    Perry    ,V     Pitzgernld,   pi
'r!"'! ;v'isln.ldingcoui'l in Cranbrook p, ietoi-s of tjio Cranbrook
Carl
;niili(ii izi'il agents  for tho mo\
Barrister S  S. Ta.vl.n-. nl Nel   |ng of Mason & Bicbe Pianos
•mi was in  Cranbrook  Wednes    —— . —
3.R. Brown, Greenwood, was1 ,,,„,.,■ steei.e isskssment distiiict
n    Oraubrook    W sduy  on    A „„.,,,, ,„„,, „, „,.,,.„. ,,„,,,,;
.   legal  business unclor Om "Asaanniciil Acl 1003 '. lor iiu- I'ori
Several small shacks also
f private residences
X *   In   Good   Locality.   #
D.  Alton, Struchcona,  ,\. p.
JjPoison and  II.  c.   Hi'iggs Vic-
turui. were at  Cranbrook   Wod-
•i-K-H-H-H-H-hl-H-i-i-W-i-i-e -l-H-i-l-i-M-i-l-M-K-W-K-H-H | nosdny
Central
Hotel
Sloclo As.i-siiniii eistrlt'l   „ui in. held on
ir ,    ., .,   .,    .,   ,        .   I'li'l"!   ni,- ■.sih, iluj ,,i   July  inn,  in   ni,
Ml.   atlll   MIS     .Ninl   M.-l.mill .,,,,,„.,, „,„„.,,„. „,  , .„„. l0,
Llirran,   North   Star mine, wore omnium0«ce,(-'rmilmxili
Cranbrook visitors Saturday last. I   ":""1:" ennibrouk. iiii» riiniHyoijuij ism,
.1   P. AK.MSIl.'iiSi;
Mr. ami Mrs.   Gen. McKenny.|-  SaDtlFr " """'    ! 1.. CLAPI
In the Best Part of the   Town :: SeS^h^TnSv"'""ts alL'l'V^K >;rrm	
,!.   i ''   * i hiiui uuh  ii"'Mlii\, 11 hli-i Commlwioner ol Lands and Works for»
K01J1KI JOHNSON     |
Proprietor 1
♦   Marysville, B.C.   ♦ |
Tho Idiiding Hotel of the Si Mary's Valley, W
j Nice airy rooms, newly furnished Table as good ft!
2   a^ any In Kooietiay yj\
GOOD   SAMPLE    ROOMS |
W 'ROLLiFs
  Spootal LU'CQce to nut and eurry Bway tltnlil'i
li, I!  Durrani amid. Burgeof ll","u"' owii« iiwomiod iinm» in souiii
Perry creek-, wore in town Wed-
imsilay mi business,
I.nlii'i'i Johnson, propriolor of
llio  Central   Hotel   Marysville,
; was  ul   Cninbrook   Prlday  on
llsilluss
HILL 6c CO.
The (' P, R. station, the largest
mi the Crow line, is being painted this week, which much im
proves its appearance,
Ladies' and Men's -i,,::::;T'Li', Z:::
Furnishers.
THE
Great Sale
IS STILL ON AT
nl Relds Drug Sloru,   They are
j cheap and pretty.
Born—Al Porl Steole on Monday, to Mr. and Mrs, John
ChammlngS, n boy. Mother and
eliild are now diiin^r well,
A. W. McVittie. I'.LS.. ami
Harry McVittie, who have been
surveying hind in the vicinity of
rCltcliner returned to Cranbrook
Tuesday.
If.you are thinking ofpurehas
ing a clock  for yourself,  or a
present for a   friend, wo have a
(nice slock lo choose from.
6panDrooK's Greatest Store KS:*-^',J'"'"
ILL & CO.
McOttUtlJUK, limners, Spot i-*iiicm J
'in iiiiii unil Milieu iiu- skill n»'l  reraovo
i k rouse,  nil  nml   ni-l  .s Mi I lis.  piilnl  unil eurili
fltc.uioThe "MHstor Mechunle't" Tar soup
j Albtr Toilet Swip Co,, MIij,
Kooteimy District HrUl-li ColumM
Commencing «iu jjosi planted tony oIihIiih
i:hs; oi the Sotuhwesi uornor »t c Hunirerford
I'oilcu's timber llccnee thenetf South utybt)
iluiiis: thunue \\'>-i tony chains tlieneo
South forty ohuina; thenco VVeiit forlj ehalnsi
thenoe North eighty chains: thenee Kasi rorty
chains: thence North fori) cIihIuh: thenee Kiml
forty chains to place i>r beginning.
Dated ihu HHU day of June, IWMi.
f Milngerford Pollen,
NOTICE.
TAKI-: nutick [Hut i Intend tonpplj to the j
Cbtel (.-oiii mission or ol Lands and Wrolt* fui u j
Special Lleonee to cut and carry away timber
from the following described Itrnds In South.
east Kootenay District; iiriii-h Culumbln.
Coinmi neclng at a post planted «t the r-milo  "
po&i mi ibe H'ostern bouudnry <.f lot IWI.Oroup
I, thence   West eighty cbatus;  thenco South!
eighty chains,   thence Kosi eighty cbalmi I
thenco North olgbly rhaltii in pi lofhegln '
u I..it
Dated Mils Ullli day of June, \Wt>,
C Hungo ii Pollen,
-s Locator.
NOTICE.
TAK8 NOTIC'JSthAti Intend pplj lotlio
Chief Uommuwloner of Lund ami Worku for a
Special Lfoenaatoi'utand carrynwoj tlmberl
from tbe following described lands In Southeast Kootenay District, British Columbia.
Commencing ut a post plan tod forty chains
south ni tbe Southwest corner of c. tlungerford
Pollen's Timber Licence thenee North eighty i
chains: thenee Weil eighty chains; thenco
South olghtyuhalus; thenee Kan elghtyebains
loplacuuf beginning,
Dated thin Urtb, dayof.luna, loon
Win. ll Flamy,   Locator,
in ime
Maker Street.      Cranbrook, B.C
a       Lighted   By  Electricity
!|Hi* Heated By Hot Air
III
Comfortable Bedrooms
lirst Class Dining Boom
UKADQtWUTKlis   I'm; 'I'oi'KlsTH AND OLD TIMERS
LADIES WAISTS
a5 Per Cent
Discount
On  Ladies White   and Colored  Blouses
NOTICE.
TAliK NOTII'l; lll;il I Mil,nil lo lipplj I,, II,i
Chief OommUsloner ,i| Landi ami Worki fur»
S|i''l;il l.lc'ti,,' ui cm mi,I riiriy invtiy tlmbor
from llio following ilenarlboil liindslu Souin,
oa»l ICoolonny lllsli'lil. Ilrlllsli Columbia:
,'""11 1'lufui a p'im iiiaiiii'ii bul) rimin. I hem  nut
irom ol     s.,iiiii,.n»i oornur of ivm. h. ] "">><<  WUL
llarvoy'a tlmbor lie t- tlionoo VVobI Hniuy i
clialna: tlionoo South cIkIii.v clialna: tlionro i
Dan ulghiyohalnaithonco North olgbly uhalna I
to plaoo of bogl lining,
twini thliDlth. 'lay nt .linn,. IU05,
Lilian Harvey,
M Locator. [
ltflj?iilHr HI.im for s   7."
I 50 " 1.1,1
2.00 " 1.50
"         l'..'iii " 1,00
"         B.00 " 2.2")
Roffiilnr 1(18,50 for fcl.flO
i.OO ■• iioii
1.50 •■ i. in
5.00 " 8.76
11.00  " 4.50
These are all this seasons goods but we must move
Reid &, Co.
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