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Vol. 12.
CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, OCTOBER IS, WOO
No. 41.
—* ;	
smelter    continues    tn  handle
about   liT> ions dally.   Soveral
i'lll-  loads of coul left Cranbrook
I'm' Marysville Thursday.
(In Mats CHEEK.
Encouraging reports comes
I't'oit) tlio Mans Crock district,
••asi of Port Steele, where W
VaiiArsdnlon is said to have un
covered tin*!' Eeol of,j*Slemi, on
a claini formerly known us tin
Keystone. The, ore if concentrating, and carries high vtiluos
in silver, lead and gold.
I'i.ai'KH   Minim;.
Xo milling region embraced in
llie Rocky mountains is possess
ed of more interest, historical or
otherwise, than thai of the pine
er Holds of Wild Horse and
Perry" Creeks, rttiftir wTs dis
covered in the early sixties on
Wild Horse. .,and ■ for 4iryoarjs
I he', historic oldcneek has poured
forth its quota of gold lo enrich
the world. Pkicer mining oil
Perry Creek has also heen a pay!
ing investment. It is on this
ereek that the huge steam shovel
was at work. 'Phis machine,
although an experimental one.
whilejiin aueuatjon pi'^yod successful" The recent installation
of the immense plant of the
Perry Creek Hydraulic Company
atuLjteiaSuecess ft*r~lhe pawl two
years has demonstrated thai the
placer gold of %,this district is
derivedi.from IJi gold-bearing
rocks owthe Selkirk   niounlains.
MINING IN BAST KOOTENAY.
Development Work is Progressing
New Strikes  are   Showing
Up To Good Advantage.
Considerable attention is now
directed toward the mineral de
volopinent of Southeast Koote
nay. This district hag produced
enormous wealth from its mines
in the past, and it is very certain
thai there are great undeveloped
resources al the present time.
This district has vast areas of
ooal, and coke is manufactured
in quantities sufficient to supply
a larger number of smelters and
refineries than at present in
operation in llritish Columbia.
It is altogether llltel" ll""."** these
resources, including the big
silver-lead , mines. . Ihie dipper
mines of the St. Matty, s district,
and the iron deposits "if'Bull
Kiver will continue to attract
the attention, of the promoter,
and it is likely tbat English and
American capital will find il
convenient and profitable to
come into this nearby mining
district.
Xoiitii STAR Mink.
The North Star mine has been
worked extensively in year's
pust, and at wie tiiuetwafi th**-
largest silver-lead producing
mine, also the largest dividend
ibiu
lb
lliiue,   iti.su   uie lufgueti uiviuiruu
paying mine in llritish Cjpijnbiu
The faith in the intrinsic wortk
The week's output of South
east Kootenay silver-lead mirijbs
were as follows: —
**'    '»"•       '    week   YEAH
St. Eugene.
Siillft-an ...
:8,745
0.120
of the property and the tenacity
displayed by Mr.' N." Mo'LeocTfSoutheast Kootenay Ore Shipments
Curran, its manager, has been
about all that the stockholders
have had to sustain Ihem in
working the property. It looks
now as if the owners are to li&»e
their reward. A small amount
of oro having »been discovered
up the hill from the'"old Kellogg" shaft, the management
decided to drift from the sixty
foot level of the Kellogg shaft
and crosscut the' new* discovery
at this depth. ; It is retyped
lhat the ore body will be cut
inside of (10 feet. It is the
knowledge of this discovery that
has sent North Star stock from
four to thirty cents.
Stemwinder Mine.
The Sleniwinder company are
now working a considerable
force of miners on a recently
discovered body of ore. The
drift for over thirty feet is In
ore. The extent of the ore body
as revealed by the diamond drill
is about (Hi feet wide and has a
depth of nearly 100 feet, The
ore is similar to that found in
the Sullivan group of mines.        J
The discovery  was made near j
the water level of Mark  Week, j
and  has a trend northeast, and
from present  indications seems
to extend in a northerly direction
under Sullivan mountain, and in
a   southerly    direction    under
Huckleberry  Hill,
discovery and  its opeuiugs are
fWi
Total       1227   48,8(35
This Time North Renfrew.
The bye-election foiJjtihe house
of commons rendered necessary
by the death of Hon. Peter White
resulted in the return of Gerald
White, Conseiwative, by a major
ity of over flue thousand over
Thomas Murray and Dr. Mackay,
Liberals.
Seoured Timber  Limits.
The Standard Lumber Co.,
have secured a tine timber limit
about Iwo miles nortbeast of
Cranbrook, and will soon commence the erection of a large
mill.
Thompson—Chapman.
The month of October is proving a great one for weddings
this year. Already Rov .1. P.
Westuiunlias performed no less
than three ceremonies, tlie last
being that of Mr. Mossotn Boyd
PK0PLE YOU MAY KNOW
Ajfthe \*b\t I'''hoiiinsflii. of Calgary to Miss
1 Laura Chapman daughter of Mr.
at water Jevel and  are located;M^Mrn.  OoorgevChnpmun   of
several thousand feet below twofUmso"   Avi\       ,'L'  f™™!/
of the big silv.u'}eud:u.ine*of was perfoj'tn^d on Tuesday after
the district, it is wxp-Ated that I
future developments will reveal
the mosl extensive as well as tl»e
mosl wonderful ore body in the
Province.
Sui.i.ivan Group op Minus.
That the Kimberley district
will become one- of'ttteVietiost
and most productive silver-lead
sections in British Columbia is
the opinion of mining men who
own property in this vicinity.
The Sullivan company are
working some 40 or 50 miners,
and are taking out about lion
tons per week. Development
work continues, and a large
amount of ore has been blocked
out The tramway has been improved, a new cable having been
installed, and from now on the
output of the initio will be increased. All in all lhe Sullivan
is iu splendid condition.
Marysville Smelter,
The smeller at Marysville will
not be troubled by a shortage of
coal and coke' caused by tho
labor troubles tit   Pernio,   The
ion a. I o'elurk nl the residonc
of the bride's parents Promptly
at I o'clock the bride entered the
parlor leaning on the arm of her
father and was attended iiy Miss
Olive CJitie. Tlie bride was very
tastefully dressed ill a bountiful
costuinen*,!' white turffclti tl'Nntnodi
with applique aud carried a
shower bouquet of roses and
Asparagus. The bridesmaid
acted her part well and also
carried a bouquet.
Tbe groom was supported by
Mr. RJOhaptpaa brother of lljej
brid*J: Th| many, handsome and:
costly presents showed the high
esteem in which the young
couple are held. After the cure-
inoiiy all repaired In the dining
room where all was in waltllig
necessary to satisfy the inner
wants. The bride and groom
left on tlie afternoon train for
Calgary where they will make
their home.
Tho ribbon girls were Maud
Shorl, Jessie Kennedy, Vivian
Sissons and Myrtle Cline who
acted iheir part well.
Visitors Here and There   People
Who Come to Cranbrook and
Those Who Go Away.
frank DcKosior wns up from
I affray Thursday ou business
Harry Bradford of WyclilTe
ivns iu town Thursday,
Prank Godderis lefl on Thurs
lay mi ii visit to Spokane.
II. Galv!n of Pincher Creek
A'as in lown Mondiiv.
Mr, and Mrs. VV MlnorofCal
gary were registered nl I he 0ran
brook Monday,
Malcolm    McTnnis   ciimo   up
'nun   lOlkininitli    Thursday   on
business.
I''. Vi. Swain of Michel wns ul
Ot'iinhrook Wednesday on bust
The Honk! Honk!! of the unto-
mobile is now heard from Wasti
to Cranlirook.
A. B. Fenwick of Port Steele
was ni Cranlirook Wednesday on
business
Mr. and Mrs. T. Word man and
family returned Thursday from
it visil to tlie Old Country.
"Mr. and Mi's. P. Woods returned this week from a visit to
Spwjuile, they report having a
very pleasant trip.
'B Clendenning of Spokane,
nlanager of the Sullivan Mining
Co., wns in Cranbrook on Thursday.
i 	
[Mrs. Clark arrived home from
life coast on Monday after
getting her daughter Miss
Marion Clark settled iu Westminster College.
Mrs. Attridge who has been
spending a few weeks visiting
her son William left this week
for her home In Wnlerdown,
Ontario.
The social given by tho Ragles
on Wednesday evening was a
success. A splendid supper was
provided for about "0 ladies and
gentlemen. After supper dancing ..commenced and continued
uulil early morn.
Tale ii Son have received this
week, the largest consignment of
jewelry ever brought into Cranbrook. They report trade as
being exceptionally good for this
time of tlie year.
The Co-Operative Stores had
an elegant set of dining-room
furniture, and dinner sel on exhibition in .'their big BhOw window
Priday, which made a very
attractive advertisement.
Mrs. Crosby, mother of Mrs.
Selli Kyckman, returned easl on
Monday. Mrs. Crosby has spent
some months in the west and
was delighted wit)) her trip.
\\ tii le here she made many friends
who were sorry to say good bye.
She was accompanied on her
journey east by Mr. Warren
Kyckman son of Mr, Suth Kyckman of tills' place.
Mr. innl Mrs. Juboz Harris returned Irom their honeymoon
Irip on Wednesday. Mr. Harris
expressed himself us delighted
with tlie coast and thinks il the
besl spol of Canada as a residential lown. It greatly reminded him of the old land.
Mr. Henry Wilson the.jeweler
ro turned on Tuesday from the
eust. While absent llO visited
the large eastern cities Including
New York. The public will
have the benefit of the experience and advantages thus
gained. Mr. Wilson also visited
Ills old   home.       Ile   expressed
himself as having a g I trip.
He will soon move into ins new
homo whicli is Hearing completion.
Kev. .lames Turner tlie famous
pioneer preacher ot B.C. will
spend Sunday unil Monday in
town in connection with the
nntiiversnry and thanksgiving
services In tho Methodisl Church
All should bear hi in on lhis occasion and above nil  should  get,
acquainted with him.    He is a
marvel of power, come to the
services. A banquet will be held
(III Monday evening lo which all
ure invited. Speeches, songs,
instrumental music and a general
:' I iimi.' is tlie order.   Come
.1. A. Gonpil of Moyie was in
the city on Thursdny.
.1. C. Brewery of Moyie was
in the city Thursday.
.1. II. Ross came up from Klk
mouth Tuesday on business.
Mr, and Mrs. ,1. Scott of Calgary were guests ut the Royal
Priday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Pinlay
entertained a number of invited
gnosis on Wednesdav evening.
K. Windsor, ami G. X
Gllnhrlsl of Nelson were ('ran
brook visitors Tuesday.
Mrs. Sophorof Kimberley was
v Isi tings friends at Cranbrook
Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Kirkland of
fjothbridge were registered at
the Cranbrook Tuesday.
Vi. A. Pratt, a West Kootenay
mining man, was in lown ihis
week. .
N Hanson and Fred Wallace
came down from Wasa Thursday
on business.
G, E, Miller of Nelson, and P.
Poagau of Marysville were
guests at Ihe Cosmopolitan Monday.
"Hitting the Hulls P.ye" will
be llie subject in the Baptist
Church pulpit nexl Sunday
evening.
Mr. Mackay, manager of the
mining company thai aro mining
undor Moyie Lake was in the
cily Priday.
Government Agent Armstrong
left ou Thursday for Gateway
where he will arrange for a
ferry across the Kootenay Kiver
Mrs. Durick and daughter
Madge of Victoria were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. ,1. P. Smith
Priday. Mrs. Durick was a
resident of Porl Sleele several
years ago.
We can give you exceptionally
good value in diamond rings, in
solitaire, twin, three, five, stone
aiid clusters, having just received our fall slock. Tate & Son
The Jewelers.
J. T Laidlaw who has heen
hunting in Alberta with Ur.
Green and W. .1. Atchison, returned to Cranlirook Tuesday,
He reports having a fairly good
lime. "Jim,, brought home 50
ducks which he distributed
among his friends.
J. P. McNaughton. of Vancouver, B. K. Uawsuu of Nelson
T. V). Patterson of Lethbridge,
were registered at the Cranhrook on Thursday,
A poor range adds worry us
well as work, and worry multiplies the housekeeper's care.
(let a "Kootenay" Range thai
reduces the work and eliminates
the worry.    Patmore Bros.
The new firm of Campbell &
Manning have been busy this
week in painting and decorating
the inside of their store, which
presents a very attractive appearance
Harold Jarvis the great tenor
soloist of Detroit will appear in
Craubrook on the evening of
October illst., in tlie Wentworth
Hall. The .New York press
says: "In all tenor roles Harold
Jarvis stands easily In ft'omt".
Winnipeg and Calgary have
gone into raptures over him and
so will Cranlirook. Mr. Wallace
Graham an elocutionist of mile
is accompanying Mr, Jarvis.
Tho two make a strong duett.
The public arc requested to
watch for further announcement
of the coming of these two entertainers Oct. illst.
Kev. S. .1. Thompson and Mrs.
Thompson of Victoria spent
Sunday und Monday iu
town on their way home from
Monlroal, On Sunday Mr.
Thompson preached to his old
friends in tlie Methodisl Church
uud addressed it mass meeting
after Ihe regular preaching set'
vice. On Momlay afternoon and
evening a reception was held for
them at Ihe beautiful home of
Mr. and Mrs lingers. Many
friends availed themselves of the
opportunity of thus meeting
with their old pastor. While in
lown they were the guests of
Mayor and Mrs  Rogers,
MEETING OF COUNCIL
Bylaws Passed -Auditors Report
Accepted   Accounts Paid.
'I'he City Council held its regular meeting ou Wednesday
evening. His Worship Mayor
Rogers ill lhe chair, Aldermen
Pink, linker. Murphy, Ryan,
Jackson were present.
Minutes of last regular meet
iug were read and adopted,
A communication Inun Chief
of Police Baron, referring to foe
for Association of Chief's of
Police,   was   referred   lo Police
committee.
A communication from K.
Stewart, city scavenger, re tho
fencing of the nuisance ground
was laid on the table.
The report of auditor Long
wus on motion accepted and
ordered lo be tiled.
On motion, the account of the
King Lumber Co.. was referred
buck to tlie Board of Works committee. And lhat of Oeo. Leask
& Co.. a cheque of "jtl.ooo be
issued.
On motion the account of 1). J.
McSweyu minus #5.50 was ordered lo be paid. The mailer
of police caps was referred to the
police committee.
On motion of Aldermen Murphy and Pink, leave was granted
to introduce amendments to bylaws No's 20. 80 and!!l. Said
amendments and bylaws were
then read a first, second and
third times.
Alderman Murphy gave notice
that at next meeting of the
council he would move that bylaws 20, 80 and 81, be reconsidered, passed and Anally
adopted.
The City Clerk was instructed
to write to the manager of lhe
Water Supply Co., re the water
pressure, especially at night,
and to the electric Light Co. to
have obstructions' removed from
between Norbury and Fenwick
Avenues, also lo have pole re
moved obstructing the sidewalk
on Pooley Avenue.
Council adjourned at 10.45 p.m
Lead Soars Upward.
Lead at I'lll 10s, should make
glad the hearts of silver-lend
mine owners in Southeast Kootenay.
Caught With The Goods.
Night constable McLean made
an important arrest on Thursday
niorningwhen hecaught Alphon-
so Aravetta who had stolen a
watch from a house in the restricted district. When caught he
had the watch in his possession.
Ile had a preliminary trial during lhe afternoon, and was sent
up for a speedy trial.
Would be Glad to Get Baok.
These are the days when the
discontented farmer's fancy
lightly turns to thoughts of moving. The great railway systems
of the West, Hood tlie mails with
manuals setting forth llie beauties und virtues of this und that
region, each claiming to be par
excellence the homo seeker's
purudicc. Agriculture bus in
this aspect taken  the pluee of
mining.    In   former   times   the
"new country" thai offered the
most attractions to settlers from
a distance, was that in which
gold was taken oul of the ground
in big yellow nuggets or inline
tessimal dust; in thoso later days
tho search is still for a quick
loi'lline, tint tlio medium exploited is llie growing crop,
which can lie turned into gold
0,1' greenbacks by the slower
processes of planting, cultivating and harvest iug: and the
pioneer now lias for emblems the
gang plow anil the reaping ma
chine, instead of the pick and
pun. Now the advertising circulars teem with prints in which
the settler's comfortable home
stead and happy family are
shown, projected  against   fields
of heavy headed grain, trees
groaning under apples ami
peaches proportionately as largo
as watermelons, and the rattle
of a thousand hills grouped in n
pen by the side of the railroad,
awaiting rapid shipment tc
markets whore buyers stund In
line, longing for the chance to
draw lui checks iu payment.
While these pictures attracl tin
eye. few. if any, have ever bet
tercil thoir condition by leaving
ourowii fuircouiitry. and the few
who have lefl would only be too
glad io be back.
The Curling Kink.
The Cranbrook Cnrlitlg Rink
is now in sight, Another
meeting was hold lust Priday
night, when reports were received and ollicers elected. Judge
Wilson was the unanimous choice
for president, and A, C, Nelson
us secretary, .1. A, Arnold us
treasurer. Reports showed
sufficient funds to guarantee
notion, and accordingly tenders
were called for. whicli resulted
in (Ieo. Leask & Co.,  securing
INTERIM REPORT
North Star Mining Company, Ltd.
To iln- shareholders of the
North Sim- Mining Company,
l.rn.
In aceordn with the resolution passed at the annual mooting of ih" shareholders held on
the 27th June, Hum.
The directors have to reporl
thai uniler im arrangement with
Mr Kenyon-Stow of London,
Unglund, n partial examination
if ihe company's  property  has
beon mado by  mis of nn  eleo
Irlcul device, which it Is claimed
Is able in locale minora) lodes.
An interim reporl bus been made
to llie board Uiul a lode of ore is
lonsiderod to exist parallel to
and iniiili east of tho old workings, luu the directors-tannol too
distinctly state that until this
body .-fore is encountered and its
extent and assays determined, its
existence must bo considered
problematical, and iis value uncertain. The besl means of
determining this  is now   boing
iiisjdorod.
he contract   al   $2,1100.     five     m,„  ,,   ,, ,,
i ii" report oi Mr, Curran, tl
lots have boon purchased on
Armstrong Avenue, and lumber
was placed on l he ground Priday
of this week, and work will lie
■ommenced on Monday. The
building will be 1(10 x 110 feet,
and over 70,000 feet of lumber
will be used in ils construction.
Crunbrook rushes mat tors when
once it starts and in u few weeks
there will bo seen one of tho
finest curling rink's in the
country.
The Government Building.
Word wns received ul Crunbrook Friday stating that the
work on the now civic and governmenl building was lobe pushed to completion as fust us'possible.
There being quite n dilTeronco
in the cost of construction, as
exhibited by tho estimates us
furnished by the architect and
the tenders of the contractors for
the building, Mayor Rogors
mado a Hying Irip to Wosl
Kootonay to confer Willi the
Hon. Robert P. Green, Commissioner of Lands and Work's in
the matter. This has boenadjus-
ted, the government assuming the
difference In the cost ol construction. Mayor Rogers is to bo
congratulated upon the success
of bis interview with Mr. Green,
nnd we may now look forward
to the immediate construction of
the building.
11. C. Woods of Toronto was
in town Priday.
I). P. Forbes of Quebec wus n
Cranbrook visitor Priday.
W. I). Stephens of I tan IT was
at the Cranbrook Priday.
II. Forsyth of Kimberley wus
in town Thursday.
II. S. Clark of Port Steele was
in Cranlirook Priday on business
Dr. L. 0. Bishop of Marysville
was iu lown Priday on business,
company's manager, is given lie-
low.     While this report does not
show the discovery of any large
oro body so far. Ihediroctors are
glad io state thut this exploration work is encourglng,
Since my report of the 9th
Juno, which appears in Ihe lasl
annual report, tbe following
wink has been carried on:
Drift in cross cut al lhe 851 ft.
point in main drift This drift
wus started on a lead of tlie
mineralized quartz and for its
wholedislanco. 181 feet, tho show- '
Ing bus been uiiist encouraging,
small hunches of galena being
found iu places.
Tho winze referred to in the
annual report ut the 21." ft. poinl
in tlie main drift wus continued
down lor I.', feet.- total depth
17 ft. Al Ihis depth, ou account
of the large volume of watornnd
material oncounted, whicli wo
had uo means of overcoming
excepl by hand, it was not deemed advisable to continue further,
but to work from the Kellog
Shaft ut the 200 It. level.
Prom present indications of
tho work now being carried on.
I have no hesitation in saying
Ihal if the work is continued on
the present linos ore will yet be
found.
Old Work. We ure still finding some ore iu tlio old workings.
Iwo men being employed.
N. McL, CURRAN,
Manager.
By order of the Board
Montreal, October 5th, 1900.
News Items from St. Mary's Valley
Born. At Marysville, 'Monday
Oct. 1st., to Mr. and Mrs. K.
Pagan, a son.
Kimberley.      Those      "old
iii 's" wiio contributed,  some
live years ngo to the pun base
of un organ to bo used In public
worship in Kimberley, will be
pleased to learn of its safe return  'o  tins  place.     The   Key.
A. Mnssor of Klmborloy was Ml*'Va' Wils ills,n Mlal '"
transacting   business   ul    ('ran    Its   I'OStorati     ami    had    Ihi
brook' Priday.
J. Shooley and (I. (1. N'o^s uf
Pernie were gnosis al the Cranbrook Friday,
II. A. Wrightand I.. McKenzie
of Vancouver were registered ai
the Crunbrook Friday,
Chlof of Police Baron wns al
Fori Steele Thursdny   on   logal
business.
pleasure of personally supervising its romoval from Cranbrook
The organ i^ at present being
put to ^'iiiiiI uso in lhe Methodist
Church. Lust Sunday lliere was
a large congregation nt the
Church, some forty people being
presenl A new feuture in the
service bolng u short song service ul the close of the llsuill
I ting
Oeo. 15, Henderson of Chicago, Will Oporate at Cranbrook.
andS. II. WiHiiin   of  .lutiesvillo. 	
Wis , were guests   al   lhe   ('run The   North   Star Lumber ('o ,
brook Tuesday.  ' -)IM M,.u,.0(] a live aero tract, of
<;  A. Voting"^ Toronto,  I1/'""1*  w"sl  "r ""' Sl*   |,;"*"""
S.   II    Lees of  II illon  were Hospital, Tor ii   null site.    Some
transacting   business ul    ('run   40 or' n were engaged this
brook Tuesduy.
w I;   iu clearing off the ground
'oiling r ly for the Immediate
When  vou  think of   healing 	
home, you naturally think construction ol the mill bulldipg
youi
your inline,   \iiu   iniiuitiiiv     iiiiiii*
of Patmore Bros.   They'aro the Tlie mill will have u dally capa<
people to help you oul.' lily of 00,000 feel TllK PROSPECTOR   CRANBROOK B.C. OCTOUKR 18, 1M0C.
1
4JM-       *,,, ±. \\ illii-il l.uurier Uml be lias  ile
**%i)H WV00p*SteS. cidedtocut'udrlftonce and  for
kstaiii.isiikii  ia» all inun ihe ministerial party.
A. B. Grace, .   •   «
lU'lit.iSHHIi   AMD   EDITOR. EdUol,   ,,'    j     I,,.;,,,,..   „f    thei
who   has!
Professional.
®ij« Itawprctov.
Nelson   l>ail\    News
BARVEY 4  MoCARTKK
BAMHISTKHS AND SOLICITORS
CKANBUOOL,     -    ll.C.
his
This ii ftyle 277 lor Womeq
Dull Kid LVlirr top, uit.nl
vamp and toe.   New nigh hea
and aith. tlenJcr smart thapc.
COODYEAR   PROCESS,
been cold docked liy
own party in his
town, is now looking up a new
constituency thai will stuud for
HUP.   mining    outlook    lor a Chinese racket or commission
own W, F. CiURD
SATURDAY, HIT. IX. IWIlt.
• Southeast Kooienay this
year is most favorable, und
with the natural Impetus which
il will receive from tho working
ERR
Banister
Solicitor. Etc.
Granbrook
British Columbia
;i:::j:,^":;;::;'j:;:::;;:'B00t'SII0(iMilMir
menl of lhe old reliable North
Star nnd Stemwinder, the eon
stan! operation ol the
smelter nl Marysville, uiiil ill
creased railway transportation
facilities, the Future stirelj looks
rosy lor lhe district,
a     a     *
Southeast Kooteuay is uc
knowledge,! bv all mining uun
conversant with llie mining pos
'nihilities in be one of the great
■ "-I mineral areas iu British
Columbia.
The Foolish Fogey Way And pjth;
The Other Way
e   i onservulive   part \
tit io govern
\
All Wink lluaranleod
Neu Work Made lo Measure
Armstrong Ave.   Slw'ni, ,
EMPLOYMENT
agency
li will paj  ihose wli" .ne
looking Im w ul, in cull uml
Jim   McArthur
- •; .'   "man
iprovement
•Iiii: Hill" (iiilliher, :i   sinoolh
talking chap with M   I'   altaeh
Many people still cling to the grand mother idea that a perfect ''a  '"  his "ame-  has a rived in
custom made boot cannot be produced except by hand in the good, the Kootemi}   and  ■-  ti  w   bus}
old fashioned, foolish, (ogey way.
Hand made is right. A shoe should be hand made throughout
and all Slater's are, but why should a shoe maker be condensed to
tediously sew a shoe with awl, wax and km(e at snail speed when he
can do it a hundred times quicker and a hundred times better with a Candidates for political honors  -
Goodyear Welt machine?    There's no reason, except prejudice and are a little backward in  making
-tradition. their wauls known,   but   in   the  i
Every woman knows that for Strength, evenness and durability, near  future ihey will announce ^
hand sewing cannot compare with the sewing machines product themselves with   sufficient   fie    ,,
Neither can hand shoe sewing compare with Goodyear machine sewing, quency  that   will satisfy every   T'
If you'd like a shoe without tacks, threads, Stitches, lumps, hollows body.                                                 ;,ij
01 roughness under the foot; if you'd like a shoe with the lock ititch
which holds the sole on until worn to the thinness of paper, get a shoe Canada makes mistakes occa- ,„
that's made by the Goodyear Welt Process.    As all Slater's are sionally, and has been gold-brick- "'
made by that process—Get a Slater's.     _ ed  three  limes  by  the Libeni]
Anywhere in Canada at $o.-"0 and $ 1.00 for women and $4.00 party,  but  never again will the
to $5.00 for men—$1.00 less than the best American makes and electors stand   lor ;i  free trade _
precisely the same shoe. gold-brick.
REID & CO., Exclusive A.ycnts, Cninbrook
tl job and
also lil sou oul m
Clothes, Shoe-..
Hats, Etc.
Jim MGflrtliyr
Hanson Ave.   CUANBUOOK, H.C
C H. DUNBAR
ii uutisTKit, soutu I'm;
iiii.i *s'OTAlt\   l'l III.IC,
Cranbrook, B C
G, tl. Thompson
■ jy,   IIAItRlSTKH A sni.ielTiii;
* ; -pi   \,>r\i;v ei m.ie
oi lift:   REID  BUILDING
i nuilm-ok, Hi'.
I'll UM A s    Mc V ITT I K
P.L,.S. €» CE.
Port  Sleele ll.C.
I DR, E, W, CONNOLLY
PliyslGlan a»«i Siiroeoii
OFl-'lUI* AKMSTHONll  ,\\ K.
IIOl'KRl    II 1" II ll.lll.   - In I I'.m.
7 le s |,,ni.
l'h,uie Illli,-,. III.-,     UoaldeillM) lllll
FOUND
ON BAKER ST.. ONE DOOR WKST OK
Hll.L  A   CO,    The only place in towu
.   thai nut make life worth l*e living.
uie
E. H. SMALL, Manager
a »»»»»»»»»»»»«»»%»»«»«%»»»»«»%»»»»»«»»»»»»»»«%»»«««»««»»"»»
Cosy and
Com tollable Rooms
Headquarters For
Mininft Men
Royal Hotel
NOTICE.
iouee |s hereby plvini thai, ft
Qteml iiinfi'l.v in in.- Hon.
it.-r nt Umlsftml Works fori
tut Hud t-nrrj uwuy umliur n
deseribt.il lunds:
iinirl.cii .V M'UouKitll
I MUSIC I
Mrs    Hklnn TEACHER OF THE
mis,  ntbtop PIANOFORTE
Speeial attention to touch,
technique,   phrasing  and
grading of studies.
"i,,~ i    For iniriii'iiliii's apply tn 0, l'l. Held X
i„„   To., 'I'lii' Di-iiggiats.
rn ™r"'".K»nw.^ CRANBROOK AERIE 967
F. O. E.
mt soo ebnlna nortli mul W eliuins \u-si of 1 lie
uh-wes* eorner oi Lui S,ttttl. Uroup 11 ihenee
111 ISO eliuiiis; Lhuilfi* eust IU .'Imiiis:  the hit
Hi lOelinius; ili<-in-'.--itst IU eluilus:  tliuiiee.
ih lOelinius; thene.' west It)eliuins: to inilnl
'.■iiun.'Hi'1'iiii'iit: OOUttllllinK "I" IH'Vt'.S.
A, .M IKICUAI.L.
.1   i:  rlMMiNiis. LOOATOK
Auk. 30||i ll**". m
This is the
T1MIIK1I NOTICE.
Tulte nolipe tlmt thirty iluys tutor iliitu 1 in-
The   Laurier   government   is I "f^HSJioS^S
Ranoe
The  BUST is   always   the
cheapest.
PflTMHRF    RRn*\    |,|u,nbinS' Roolillg' Heating and
'!*■*> :4:»;♦: 9 ft 9 :♦: * ft 9 :♦: ♦
s
Ventilating Engineers.
.0 ft 9 ft* ft. 9 *,'♦;♦:'♦ 9 *♦.
sailing carefully, wailing for the e*u»
fog of corruption to lift, and
there will bo nothing doing inilii
a clear channel opens or tbe
barnacled ship strikes another
1 li like Kust Elgin.
IB. H. SHORT & CO. |
The Painters, Paperhangers, Etc.
OUR UflRGE. STOCK
:♦:
<4:
I
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d
ft
9
ft
I
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A
ft.
9
ft
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mi piper
IS COMPLETE
I;,'iin un 11''!■ in- cm "v lie mill slock of IIHld
papers in i Iranbrook
Sign Painting a Specialty
AU  kinds nt  Painting and 1 let "ruling
attended to promptly.
9
4
9
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9
ft.   "  *■
:♦:» ft 9 ft 9 ft.9 :*: o .♦.» ♦ ftjcftyi ft « fty ft-o'ft * ft
•*, P.O. BOX 88
ARMSTRONG AVENUE PHONE 111
c. c. c.
.».v».%~%»<»><«.«~~»«~«
A hurry-up order must have
been issued to "Rig Ilill" for he
never would have left the pleasures of the cent belt for the wilds
of the Kootonay. unless there
was something doing.
...
"The turn of the tune". After
six months most strenuous work-
in announcing that a provincial
election would be held this fall.
The Vancouver World antl
Nelson Daily News, having seen
Premier Mcllride's denial of any
election being in sight, now
assert that the elections will not
lake place until next spring.
*   *   *
'i'he writing on tbe wall. East
Elgin, Bourassa. The trend of
public opinion is for a change
Por the first time in its history
East Elgin lias returned a Con
servative. Mr Bourassa, M. P.
for   Utbelle,   has    notified    Sir.
DUIYING
Cull up the City Transfer
when you want your Furniture, Piano, nr Baggage
transferred,
W. E. Worden
1
I'li,,,,,-  1,1,.    Solelujuiiia llllllll
-   11;.    haul liiml ' "i'i
GdliJuTll Gdttlli 60.
PreBh and Salted Meats
Pish and Poultry in Soaaon
Orders l.y mail  will
Order by Phone *fi
 **••**< «
tvo prompl niitl wuru] nttenllon
TIMUKII NfiTUK
Tuk« iiolliiu iluu  Hiin.v (luy« iifti'r
illllli    I    IlltUllll    In   ll|l|)li'   In   tin'   Chi.-I'
('Miiniii—i 1*of l.iiiiil-.uiul VVm'kH fin'
ixiriiilnnlmi  to  Mill   und    i-urr.v    uwuy
T1111I..1    In.in   Hi.'     rollliwllllj    illllllH    III
Hui 1 tli MiihI Kinii.-iiiiv;
( (llllllll'Mi-iii!.'    Ill    il    |HIHl     pllUlli'li     22
chiiliiHoiwl of llu- niii'tli wiml .•iii'MiT ..I
i.-'i (CIH), [.', K. KiiiK li.-i-ni'i-, innl
irwrkod '*( 'hothors Numbor CJcitiipiin.v.
-.Mini,   won I   r-i.nii-i'",    ihi'iiri*    iKirth
'■IJ-lil^    (tlllllllH,      III" HI'      Olglltj
I'hiiliiH, tlicnoi' aniiih ulifhly i'IihIiih,
ihi'ii.M' wont nighty uhaliiB '<> |>1» f
• 'I'lMlllf'lll'i'lllfllt.
Diih'd rtuptamtwr 17th, HKMI.
US        Ciuihuis Lumbot' • iiiii|kui>
Coininoncliig ui a iiiiii iniirltort A. Mc-
UougiiU's Thnbur Llconue. s. VV, Corner.
Itliinti'il iiLfiii IHiiclmliis north nml su eluiius
wostof lhe Soutu went Cornor of Lot ami. G.
1., theuce north SOiihahm, cast m cluiiiis, souiii
-JOoliHiiis, t'lisi tiM-hniiiH. soutti 80 ohulns, wosl
li) i'liuins. north in r.iHiiis, wost lo chains to
point of t'oiiiineiicomout.
A. HuIK)lHIAT<L.
Sept. siat, itm, :m
TIMIIBIt NOTICK.
Tiii.c notice that thirty rtuys nfter dttle, 1 in-
letui lo apply to the CommiBsionor of LmiUs
ami Works fur a special llconco to nil 11 ml
carry away tilt).tor from the followltiK lie-
scribed lands.
Commonelng ut 11 point inurltort a. Mp-
Dniigalls Timber Licence. S- W. Corner, und
pbuiieii 380 chains north ami IW chains west
of the Smith Went Corner of !V>t 81WI. thenci
simili 10ohulns, West 10 ebniiis. South suchuim
eusl 40clllit 118, -Ninth -It) eliuins. Kasl 10 cllftlns
North BO ehulns. West 10 chains to point of
cumnienccineiit.
A. MeDOUGALL,
Sept. 21st. 10011. :t!i
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
Moot I'vi'ry Wi-ilm-siluj-
his |i.i 11. ii'i U.I..P. Hall
V'iaiiiiii;   Uriilln'i's  Cordially   Invited
r. liosa Tatk, Vi, Crealdent
.1. Iliii'.iiiiiN. Swy.
Iir.   (nmn,  Aoi'l'o l'livaii'iiin.   P. O.
ISu.v 28.
>,V,,,,,,,.V.,,..,VM,,,n,,,,,.,,.m.W..Vml
I Rocky Mountain Chapter
IS NO. 126. B, a. M,
3 Itogular meetings:—2nd Tues-
3 day in eaoh iiimith at eight
I  o'olook,
MnryMvllle, B.C.
A. P. CHENETTE. Manager
Tho abovo hotel Ims l»'«ii recently erected, and neatly furnished throughout, The Bar is supplied with the Im-sI brands of
Liquors uml Cigars,
I LEflSKJ HENDERSON I
£ 3
1   '""K FASHIONABLE TAILORS    |
§S — Always Up-to-Date — 2
£
£
B.C.|
P Cranbrook.
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P. Burns & Co. I
Head Office,
Calgary, Alberta
NOTICE.
Take notloe Unit 110 ililjn niter ilntu 1 intriiil
to apply to tho Ctifol Coininlastonor nl I.uiuls
A Wnrlla Inr lit'liniaskill to I'liri'llllst' till' follow
Itm 1'inii Ftttintuil in suuth Musi Koolonnv.
l.'iniiini'iii'liig nt n I'ost inarkeil William
ttrcoltenrtdgo n Nortli Bunt Corner, planted on
the went 1'inii; "f tlie Kootonuy Ktver wliere llie
Simili ilni' of l.m liMiiW'losses tlie sulil Itlvor:
thence West 10 chains; Llience Soiilli -in chnlitm
tlience Knsl in elniins moro or less to llie lunik
ol llie sulil Kiver: ihonoe rollowlnu, the mtlil
lunik northorly in tin- pluco nf ooniineaeonii'iil
uml I'niiliiliilln.' in nil an ucri's more nr less.
Ainiiisi -jr. mm,
Iti WILLIAM RKI'lCKI'lNIUIlUI'l
NOTICE.
I lii'ieliv Iflvo noltoo Unit Sixly   Iluys llflol'
iinte. I Intuitu* tn apply to tlio Comtnlahloiioi' ot
l.ainls ;|||,I Works for lii'l'llll-slnll In |iiiri'llilsi'
tile following ilnsi'l'lln'.l piece nl luml: lli'tihi
lllllil llltl poBl I'lulileil nn llie Knal lianli nf llle
1,'nnlenil.v river Iti ll pnllll wliere llie wesl
linllllillll'V of Inl  No. '# llilerseets   llie  rlVll'
near the nortliwoat oornor ot loi *«a thonoo fni-
lowlng llio I'lnal I'lillil 0( Knnlennv river in 11
westerly, snnllieily iiiiiI enslerly ilfrooltoll I"
where the weat lioiiinliiry nl loi W inleraeels
tin1 Knnli'iiiiv rivet' lifiu Un- sinitl'wesl enriier
Of loi S'n Wit, I. enlltlllnlnn I'.llneres inure
less.
DrIoiISIbI AllutlBl   HKKl,
N. HANSON.
WATBII ( I.AfSI'.S CONSOLIDATION   ACT
I'lltl.ic NOTICK.
'I'n nil holders nt land within the
l.iniil.Mil l.in-I (*rt>ii|i 1. Koiili'iiny llis-
l.ili'l anil iiinll hulili'i'aillWlilei' I! H'ds
un .lusi'|ilis I'i'iiii'ii' i 'I'nt'k.
A|i|illi'iiliiiiin lur tin' ii|i|'ni'litttiiiii.nl
III |l|ll't III llll' .'IIIII illl'ill'S nl   Will IT   li	
Mtlil crt'i'li i iirih'il in hivnnr uf ,lu)in
T. (lalhi'iiltl tin' 2:iiil.   day nl Muy
IK72anil Inr |ii-i'iiiinhi(iii In I'liunni- tliu
imlnl   nl  iIIvi'I'bIiiii   nml    llu-   i rue
ut Um illinh Inr iim illviiralmi nl
|nii't nl said with')', will In- lii'iiril liy un'
nl nil iilll,'.'tm Miiudliy tin' 2lll,ll. Ilny
nf lli'tnlii'l' Illllli ill I'h'vi'll o'l'lni'll in Illiiin'.' II llllllll'Itlllhill'lly llf Si'i'liliun In
21 nml 27 uf tin' mild Ail.
illiji'i'liniiK shiiilld lii'llh'il wilh mr uu
ir lii'ful'i'lhi'22uil day uf Ol'tllllul', IIIIIII.
Hal..'.! nl Ci'iinlii'iiiiti, llu' I7t.li. day n!
Si'|>|i'iiitii'i' IIKM,
,1. I''. AHMHTIIONO,
Assislmil CuiiuniHsiniit'i' llf l.uinls nnd
Works fur iIm Siiiiihi'i'ii IMvlaluu uf
blast Kniiii-'iiuy. 38
Sojourning Companions  are
I'urdially invited.
Wm. P. Tate, Scribe E.
Bo.1 4       OBANHKOOK, II. C.
S      Boi
imms'mmK'im'iwtim'.mmmm
ANCIENT ORDER [\ FORESTERS
Gourt Granbrook 8943
MEKTS  2ND   AND 4'1'H   TUESIJAYS
IN PATH-ORE'S HALL
Visiting   liri'tlii'i'ii   I'lii'diully   invited
C. It.,   A. McCOWAN.
Si'i'i'i'tary, T. MAltSHAI.I.
SAVE TIME
ALL    THE    TIME
BY   USINO
n>
SEATTLE, TACOMA
AND ALL
Pacitic  Coast  Points
ST. PAUL, CHICAGO. NEW YORK,
AND
ALL POINTS EAST
Palaee and Tourist
Sleeper., Bulfett
Library Oara, Modern
Day Coaches.
Dining Car.,
MEALS   A   LA  CARTE.
Best Meals on Wheels
2|.'AH'l'   TRAINS o
HAST  ANII WEST DAILY    £.
Kill'  (llll   lllll'tlollllll'B,   rail's,   fnldl'l's
ote., fall nn nr adllroRa.
S. II. YKilKHS.ii.w.i'.A.,
Si'iitlli', WhhIi,
r.   W.   MAItoNKY, C.I'. X  'I'.A.,
S|iiil(iini'.
R. STEWART
City Scavenger
Parties  liuvlng   imi'li yitrils,
nml I'lusi'ls In clitiiti, innl rofitso
liuilii'i' in Im titknii uwuy, should
lottvo (inli'i's will i.
I .nave niih'i's nl. iim i 'Ity ClerkH olllue
nr drop a |iuntal card III llnst 11)5.
Main OrUee for Ea.t Kootenay, 73
Cranbrook, B.C -3
-3
  3
Wholesale and Retail 3
Meat Merchants 3
3
3
Dealers in Abattoir and Cold Storanf-3
E    Live Stock at Calgary, Alberta.   3
iuiUiiUiUUliUlUlUiUUUUiUSUlUiiUiitiUUUUlUiUUiiUiU^
Wholesale
LIQUORS - CIGARS
A. C. BOWNESS
AGENT   FOR
Galgarv Beer, Ale & Porter.
T. I.HULL tit CO., Hay and Grain.
Granbrook. B.G.
»••***♦«•«••**«••«♦#***#
NORTH   STAR
^r-    HOTEL
Kimberley,  B. C.
#   H. W. DREW, Proprietor...^..^,
i.-»H"»l'it"i nHm •t"<-»i».».».int.nii>nii>i.>H
tup. Dominion Meat go.
VVIiii will tnlffl over tlm husinnss of Mussi
Harris Hros. of this city, oil Oct. 15th. HUH.
will continue Iho Feed ttml Grain us wnll a-
tho Meat business, and liolh branches wil
lie enlarged. Mr. Jabesi Harris is linitifr re
litineil as initiiiii-'i'i'.
......... nni ii.n ■■■■■ . tm i a*maatmsaimmtomat THK PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, H C, OCTOUER 18, 1806
SMPIX
STRONC
*the Uwrapector
SA I'lillil VY. OCT, 18, UHiii.
»l»Tft.ffll;vtolwfl8E SPEEDY
Purchase   Prioe  $3.00 a Month
Allowance Hade Por Old Machine
Arnold & Roberts
DON'T ii please you In have
Photographs of your
relatives ami friends, possibly
some you luive not seen lor
years?
Now what about yours?
We know you have not though!
much about il and thai is why
we cull your attention to a duly
you are neglecting. Come up
and see our styles and act in
good time for Christmas.
Prest Photo Go.
Studio.
Picture Fi'diniiKj a Spertaltu
Baker St. Cranbrook, ll.C.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Atlantic Steamships
ROYAL MAIL SERVICES
"EMPRESSES"
From Montreal and Quebec
to Liverpool
Empress of Britain Oct. 19th.
Luke Ohiunplaiii Oct. 27th.
Empress of Ireland Nov. Snd.
Lake Erie Nov. 10th.
First cabin itiii.*! uml upwards aeeord-
ItiU tu stt'iiiniT: Om' I'liiss sii'iiiti.'i's
[Intermediate] f42.R0: Suoomt eabin
MB uiul ii|iwiirils: Third uluss »2ll.*>0
ami *28.7i>. Apply ul once Inr uur illn-
atrated booklet ilosoi'tptlve nf our
sii|i,'i'iur Thll'd Clnss iii'i'nliinindiltiuli.
From Montreal to London
Direct.
Lake Michigan (let. 17th.
Third class only tjlL'ti, ji)
Montrose Oct. 24th.
Carrying 2nd class only $4U,U0
Special   Limited   Train
"OVERSEAS MAIL"
Ninety-Six hour Vancouver to
Quebec.   Oct. 15th and Nov. 1:'
Por iletalUnl Information and hurtli
resi'rvatums I'm* train or tuiul** u|i|»ly to
lui'ttl uguntH or wi'iu*
I'*. .1. Coylo,   A.(J.I'.A.,   Vanconvur
J. S. CAUTKIt.   D.I\A„   Nelson, B.C.
Your attention Ih called to thu
"Plonoor Limited" trains of tho "Mil-
wttukuo & st Paul Railway," "The only
perfect tralni*. in the world.''
Vou will liml It desirable to ride on
those trains when tfoiiig to any point In
the Kiisti-ri! StatoB or Canada They
connect with all Trunm**iitiu..'iiiul
Trains and all Ticket Affcnts noil
tlukoUt,
Kor further Inforiuation, pamphlet*,
tiU;, ask any Tloket Afjent oi
It. li. FORD, M. s, ROWE,
l'as»t. Agont,        Genera) Agent,
SPOKANE. PORTLAND
The Illinois Central
Maintains nneseellcd servlee from
lhe went lo the east and tout... Milking
(•lose connections with trains of all
transcontinental lines, imsMMnjm'H are
tflvfi. their choice of routes to Chicago
Louisville, Memphis and New Orleans,
and through these points to the far oast
Prospective travelers iluwirinjf information as to the lowest rules uml host
routes are Invited to correspondence
with the following representatives.
II. II. TniTMiiUf.il., Commercial Agent
Hii Third St., Portland, Oregon.
J, CI. UNOBKYi T. P, A I'.A.
142Third St., Portland, OrogQn
p. it. Thompson, p. & p.a., Room i
Colinan Uldg., Seattle, Wash.
"WTCRAIG
MASONRY
Bluuti) Itiilii'i'K nml l-'uniuoi' Work 11
Spuolulty,
Cost and Slock Estimates
Furnished Upon Application.
r.o. Box 834. Cranbrook, b.c.
The London Election Soantials
Tha I'BVnlallons in llin nitidis
ti'i'iitl Inquiry Into the methods
pursued by Mr Uymun's sup-
porters nt the late uyoleolioti gel
worse and worse 'I'lu* suggestion iniiili' in 'Iir il.'s|i;ti.'hi's from
Ontario when two of the defen
diints were arrested, thai iho
testimony of wholesale bribery
ami corruption would lie sensational in regard to the scale ou
whicli this nefarious practice
was carried on, luts already been
verified ami it would seem from
yesterday's   proi dings al To
roiito, Hint the whole lins not yet
been told. It is a title thai is
most discreditable to all uoncei'ti
ed in the mutter.
Mr. 11 y nut it ii lew weeks ago
was nut measured in his language
iu denouncing those engaged in
the prosecution of the election
petition against Mr. Fielding,
lie spoke of  them  us  through
they were engaged In something
tlmt should place them iu llie
dock as criminals, and drew it
pathetic picture of his "persecuted"  colleague    tbe   Minister
of Finance. It is possible, there-
fore, tbat the great and unexpect
ed trouble that lias come upon
himself, may agiiin arouse his
ire and lead him to denounce those
who have ventured to stir up
the circumstances connected
with bis own election. To most
people it inusl seem to be un
extraordinary tiling that men
holding the high otlice of a
Minister of the Crown should
use such language. Tho pro
motel's of these proceedings
against the violators of the election laws are simply asking that
justice be done and tlie criminals
punished. That Cabinet Ministers
and not merely ordinary members
of the Legislature are involved
more or less directly in these
scandals, in our opinion only adds
to the seriousness of the case instead of being suggested—as il is
by some of the Liberal newspapers—as a reason for not
pressing the charges. If the
leaders do not hesitate to tolerate
such methods, even if they are
not directly parties to them,
what can be expected of tlie rank
and file? Of those who think it
but little wrong to accept a bribe
if others offer it' Perhaps, the
saddest, the most serious part of
such incidents is the comparative
indifference with which tlie mass
of the people regard couduct
more reprehensible in some respects than that of the burglar.
Must we admit that the popular
sense of right and wrong has
been dulled by the rush of men
into tbe political sphere, eager
only for place and pay, and
entirely indifferent to tlie method
by which they attain them? It
seems so.—News Advertiser.
iof it coining fi-otn  the wilds of
Siberia, but like the oilier  pre I
sinned discoveries it is  probablei
! this latest   rumor  is    incorrect I
and  ihe   ininerial   some   other
specie,    The  ores  of   zinc   are
among the most   abundant   of
metals, occurring ill many parts
of the world as sulphides, carbonates, silicates,   oxides,   etc., I
iiiiiI as no real find of native utile
has    heen    made,    it    is     most I
probable lhat it does uot occur.
?imnimnnnmiminnn*miT,'miiimi
ITonsorial Parlor f
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Foi h Cool and Clmtn Bhavo
Or it Perfect Hnir Cut
A Hot or Cold Bath
,T" Walter B. Laing ltfitt.mN J
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link,T sn i. Trunin It. 11.0,     I
Native zinc is unknown. Now
and then there is a reported discovery, the latest   reported  find
L.C0HN  j
Tailor % Importer of jjj
Fine Woolens.      *
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Ot It I.l jMiiiiHiiIiii llmlii'i'Slinii
call in.I. I'i' Iiiiiii.I In Ilia
MANITOBA BOTICt,
li'll'st t'lim.-t Work in nil I.mucin's
nl llio
Tonsorlal Art
DRAYING
We have boon in the business
for several years, we have the
best equipment in ll.C. and we
guarantee satisfaction.
About that Piano
We are the authorized agents
for the removal of Mason St Risen
Pianos, we can do the work without risk. Also Household Pur
nil ure.
PERRY & FITZGERALD
l'Hi|>rii'tOI'sof the
Oranbrook Cartage and Transfer Co
Ottluo opposite
(M\R, Depot. Phono (tit.
TIMIIKII NOTICK,
Ttikt1 not ire that I intend to upply to
tho Chief Commissioner of Uinds ttml
Works for permission to ont and carry
away timlier from the following" dosorlbod lunds in Smith Kust Kootonuy:
C'ommonelntt at a post planted nt tho
south oust corner of ti. A. Laurie's
timber lloenoo Number 5807 near Booth
Creek, tbence wost I ISO ohains, thonoe
north 40 eliuiiis. thenre oust WOuhulim,
thonoo south 40 ohains to pluee of ho-
yinuiiiy. containing (M0 acres.
Dated September I'-'lh, IttOO,
The ('rot hers Lumber ('ompatty,
Limited. :.T
TIMBKtt NOTTCti
Take notice thut I Intend toapply to
the Chiel' Commissioner of Lands uml
Works for permission to cut am) curry
away timber from tho following described lands in South Kast Kootonuy:
Commonelng: at u post planted at tho
south eusl corner of Lot 2(11(1. being the
licence originally hold by A. K.
('mlhers, thenee south one mile, thouce
west ono mile, thenoe north one mile,
theuce ensl one mile to plaoe of beginning.
Dutcil this llth day of September. ,\,
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Crothers Lumber Company, Limited,
TLMUKli  .NOTICK
Take notice that I Intend to upply lo
the Chief Commissioner of Lunds uml
Works for permission to cut und carry
uwuy timber from the following described lunds iii Sooth Kast Kooteuay:
Commonolng ut a post plunteil ut tie*
south oust corner of the Crothers Lumber Company, Limited, licence application, notice iluted September |2th,
HlOtti thonoe south one mile, thonee
west one mile, thence north one mile,
tbenee eust one mile to place of bo-
ginning.
Dated this 14th day of September, A.
to.. HKW. 87
Crothers Lumber Company, Limited
MINKKAL ACT
(voau tt.)
aKIITIflOATI* OK IMPItOVKMKNTB,
NOTICE.
"il'illiilli." •'Ht'tiiiiUu'." "Hi'tvultV "Koitl,
• Ajiix." "TuMlHUitt" nml "Siuiwililti" mineral
dulins, situute tn tlie Kurt Steele Mlnhtu i>.
\ Won of Kusi Kootonuy Ulfurlot.
Wlioro located; nn pouwtok Mountain anil
mill Itlvor.
Take notice tlutt Jut.ten A. Hurvoy, free Mm
otV Oor it Hon to No. WHO, usoilug us Uftout lor
•lumen T. Utillaw, l-'ivf Minor's Coriltlcato No.
initio, Intend, sixty iluys frmu tlio duto horoof,
loiiuply in iho MlnliiK Itoeoriler for u t Willi-
ruteuf Imitrovontonw, fur tlto purpose of ob-
tUllilIlK ll Clown  lil'Ullt Ot I'lU'll of tlio HtlQVO
I'llllillS.
Ami further take notloe tlmt uoiloit, tinder
seetlon ;t;. must lio eotumeitced before ttie Issn-
iit if HUOll CiTtltli'utoot lrii|ii(ivoinoiils.
iiuu-ii UtiH iftflli ilny of June, lUfflt.
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Cranlirook
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OEAHY * DOVLE, PROP'S
TpairiR iiiiiI drlvors Ctivtiislv
ut] Ini' uny pot nt. in tlto ilis
1,1'ic.l.
A. DOYLE, Mitniitrii
NOTICE.
Motion la Itoi'oby Klvon tlmt, :*" ilny" tstust
.Iiiiii, I lntoml tn n|.|il> to llio Iimi Chlof Coin.
itlfKHlonoi' or Limils unil Win-leu roe ti apfiollll
lli'uui'o to oul ami .'ai'1'.v uwuy tlinl't'r Inilii lhe
tollowihu .l.'s.'illii'il IhiiiIh:
Ciillllnulinlnil ul ii pom imu toil "A.
M'lMiomill'aT. :,.. ft. W. Cor.," llllll lilant.nl
.ni lliu iiy ('iimii. iiianii iwo (ilmlna north llllll HO
eliuiiis wi-si nr thf Houtli-woat oornor nf l.ol
3,1ml,(truopli UioncoH li lUOolnilliHi tlionoo
011M in i'liuins: llii'iii'i' nortli 10 I'lmlna: thonoo
mul    111   i'lmlna:   thom 'Ill   I"   ohillini
llli'lli'i' lli'sl. III i'liuins in imlnl "I i'iiiiiiii.'I	
in.'tilj .'.mtnliiliiK lllll linn's.
untoilimm Amtiisi, nmi.    ,\..\rin.iiiiiiii
:ia ,1. (i.cumintiiKH, i.in'iu.11'
NOTICE.
Nolli'o In liini'liy itlvon tlml. :m.liiys iilifi'.Iiii.'
I mt I liinpiilyl      Chlol cniiiiiiK
al rot l.iimlsiiiiil WorkH lorimpoolul 11 10
in cut 1111.1 ottrrv 11W..V llinlmr from Hi.' fnllow
iloHonlioil inii'i"
r notnitnutihihi iiiiiiui"! "A.M li..iiiiiiiI's
'I'. I.., N. IV, I'm.," iiiiiI llllllll'''' wom ul I.Hki'
<m lluitly Cri'.'k Trail, »"""1 *"" "l!"1"" '""'t!'
nml I'.h. .'imiiis wosl. nr -niitii iv.'si comer ol l.ol
'.■.inn, 1 ii'inip iiiiii onnutliW I'linlmi tl	
emit «n i'liuins: thonoo north 80 i'liuins. ll 00
w.'at HU I'lllllllH in point uf   11""'" """1
I'liutuliilni.' tlKi iiiti's.
imt.'.i wii Augimt. mm,     A. M'Uougnll,
;,, j. u. cummin.*,, Uooitor.
McClarj,
All Kootenay
Steel Ran^e
wearing parts
are made extra'
Kootenay
Range
London -Toronto- Montreal J
Winnip«g>VnncoUtVer-St.JohnHJ|
Patmore Bros. Sole Agents
1 CRANBROOK
^ HOTEL m
PGuests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection h
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tint Inns   tm    il..-
I'lll
ili'l'l.l
iwlilif
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illi'i|ii;illi'.l    in
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I Hot and Col J Baths
$5^$3S;';3*g£i:
HOGGARTH & ROLLINS    |
Proprietors m
yo;>^"»**0.1W.'*^ir i •
Centrally Located Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Under INcw  Miiimueniciit
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English Importation
JUST   ARUTVED   A    BRAU'IWUL   LINK   OP
liiifilisli Vases        Card Cases
Fruit Dishes and lion Hon Sets
Glad to show ynu these ^otitis.     The  prices
are riyht as we liouifht these from the makers.
I C. E. REID & CO.,   i
s phone 74        The Druggists/
PORFi DRUGS
UISI'KNSINI!
FINE STATIONKKV
OUR   SPECIALTY.
1 CENTRAL   HOTEL 1
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The Lending Hotel of the St,
Mary's Valley. Nice airy rooms
newly furnished. Table as
gniiil as any in Kootenay.
SAMPLE     ROOMS
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\\ hen \ ou want  ;i  good
*   place  i"
R   Manitolii
stop i huh- to tlie
d. a, Mcdonald, manager
We Give You Your Money's Worth
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As llie Ice Ci'i'iini sensott hits alioui rlnsntl, I am now
prepared lo furnish the liesl Candies, ami in'-t Kruils
tin' mai'lii't tiffot'ils,
Ol'l! SPECIALTY IS
HOME  MADE CANDIES
FRESH EVERY DAY
"The Palm"
BAKER STREET,
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CUANDROOK, B.C.
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HAY and GRAIN I
IN   CARLOADS *
WRITE TO *
1     Hembling & Eubank $
f   DIDSBURY. ALTA.         Satisfaction Guaranteed 9
L. CLAPP
W. ROLLINS
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
FORT STEELE
BREWING CO,, LTD,
FERNIE, B.C.
MANUFACTURERS and BREWERS of EXTRA PINE
BEER f PORTER
SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
Bottled beer for family
use a specialty
Outside  Orders
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
dj P. O. BOX 812     fa
5|     TELEPHONE NO. I     {5
Port  Steele Brewing Co., Ltd.
Purnace, Boiler,   Range ami
Kii'i'lilai'i' Work a Specially. All
♦ Idosoi'lplion of stiine-wnrk niiiloi'.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦   taliati.
liaker Street.      Cranhrook, l>.('„
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Lighted   By  Electricity
-  Heated By Hot Air
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Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS   POR TOURISTS AND OLD  TIMERS
A   Bricklayer
*" 'Contractor
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Geo. R. Leask & Co
BUILDERS
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CONTRACTORS
Plans, Specifications
and Kstimati's
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of   building   material
constantly on hand.
Orders lett at J. D. McBRIDES
Will It ivi' I' i'i Allen	
'I'n In'
NOTICE.
nil,,' nmi  thirty ilnyn
COLUMBIAN  COLLEGE
M-;u 'VGKTMINHTKK, H.C,
Roeotves Imtii Ladios ami
(lem li'ini'ii as Kosidenl or as Day
Sliulonls. Ila> a complolo Com-
moi'cial nt Uiisiiioss Course. Prepares slndntits to it.iui Touchers'
Coi'lilieulos nl all gt'ados. In
allillialiiiii   wilh  ToilONTO   I'm
iim,, 1 im,.mi 1,, jii'i'iy in tlm r.'liloflVKiusri'^   -rin's Iho font'  years
(',„ laailllll'l-lit Llllllla  I   W'.lll-   l"l | ,-, ,l| |'M'   llll'  llll'   l!   A.   dO«I'0O,    llllll
11 a| lill I.i.'l'l  til I'lll llllll I'lltT."  Ittt'liy
llmlii'i' from tli.' rnllnwlnii   iliwi'llii'tl
liuiils ill l'*ii*t Kiiiiti'iiny.
I '(iintnciiiilnft ul 11 |«>at tiliniii 20 .'lniin-
n.inli Irani Willi  liloruu mimian I'onil
unit iilimit :ini'IiuIiih wrwl fr  liivn.-n
Creuk. Iiii'iu'i' I-» i'lniiii" north, Hid	
40 llhulllH I'UKt, tllOlll'D SO  i'llllilla   Mllllll.
llli'lli'i' 10 I'llllilla .'U-I. Un'  10   i'llllilla
BllllHl, llll  SO I'llllill- IVOBl III I'lll''' "I
I'lllllllll'll.'i'llli'lll-
l.ni'iiii'il 'JHili AiiKiul, IIKW.
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S.'il. Itlilii'l'l I.ilil.'
ilir (lrsl year ol tin' Toronto
School nl Science. Has a
spoclal "Prospoctoi's Courso"
for miners ivlio work In Ll.C,
Insii'ni'tii.iis given in Art,
Music, Physical Culluro and i'lu
niiiin.
Por Culondar ole, address
"Coltiinbiuti Collogo".
Tortn opens September 17th,
111)00. THE PROSPECTOR. CRANBROOK   B.C., OCTOBER 18, 1008
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LOCAL NEWS.
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'EMARKABLE isenl it, when some fellow gets mn some
thin" k<iocI how many others try to imitate it.
Take for example Carss' Mackinaw Clothing l'"'n' are
main kinds made in Canada and all claimed ii> be just AS (IOOD
as Carss'. Funny isent it. that all these fellows single out Carss and
tell you they ran beat him all hollow, they never seem to worry
about any one else. The truth is tliey know Carss makes the best
and they are afraid "I him come in and let us convince vou. by personal
inspection, that these fellows who talk about Carss have good
grounds to talk, Carss don't ask any more for his goods than the
other fellows do but guarantees Ins to be the best and will be glad to
hand your money bark il you don't get Satisfaction with his stull.
He makes C'n.ns. Pants, Milts and Socks, we have tlinu all.
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ag.,    -. UUUUUUUUaaUliUUaaUU.IUUUUUUI.-:
A     T. VV. Nimvt ni Winnipeg was
j,   in inun Tliiiisdaw
Splitting
When inn ..'.I ii 'jniiil niil-
fiuililuneil ll.'iiiliii'lii'ihul iniik.-
yonr heuii throb; uml youruye.
whirl uml utukoM ynn aii-k in
yillll'u'lliluui'll tl1)
Dr. Scott's
■■JI    II   ll Modctill ui Calgary  was:     ..      ,     ,        .»       .
If at the Cosmopolitan Wediuisdav :     Headache    I'owilers
  Thoy can'l hurl von ami  thoy
Fresh trull today at Campholl Lt0„ ,vn., i„,,(iai'h,..
iV MaiHiiUM'. '      *
One Dozen in .i Box 25c.
Beattie & Atchison
Where It Pays to Deal.
E. Davis  of   liran.l.Mi   uas   ii
| lhe city Tuesday
MITTS ; ;: GLOVES
mi scorj Gloves
Genuine Horse Hide will withstand heat, steam and hot
oi lulil water. Winn soiled can be washed clean ami will
dry suit anil pliable. . .
Gloves $1.25, $1.50
Gauntlets $1.50, $1.75.
G. T. ROGERS.
I''ani'v in
| £r?^X^"'1*S * STEWART S tt Cranbrook, B. 0.
*      ,\   II. (Irani ol Xel
If}   tow ii Mni.ilay
KaiH'.v and Staple GROCERIES and CROCKERY
MITTS, ("ItiOVES, BOOTS and SIIdks
1 OurQood5 are
*   flUARANTEED
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9 I K Ilinl., mfl .iml I I'
*;$ L'l it) '■' i>l .Marys, ilie were Uran
^      nok visitors  I'lnn sda,*,
'I'll.' I,I'liilint.'Sti
till'
Choice Confectionery
I'liK.-ill     NITS
Hazelwnoil Ice Cream
• l'l \\ m; I's I- im    iliiu'iil.ATi:
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Mr  nn.l \li^   !,'   Ill-ay ol   I...,,
'i '!'.'"   """'   l'1''1"1 '>   visitors |.';l|K'\  Oranges and  Hananas
* Mm il 'i ,.,           ,               ..
3J. t It.>u r i Igatitigan emit
3ft Vie   I! ''lui-.  an.I   t'   K   Simp
a. >"li were   I IW-   I'reeli Tlnifs
9    m«*Ji - Mueiiouiiid, nop,.      HUGH STEWART
* in,     Manmtii)   "'    \ j'i ie   were    ,„        ,r ,.                 „
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A NOTICE.
IT      YUU     iHITL       ♦ ''    Narrower  ol    Letlilirldge.      Tuke notiee thut Ihlrly iiuy» nfter
J -11"1   t'    I',    ,'tisswell   nl    Ferine ,i.ii,'uriiii,-inii„ii|,|,u iiiih,'i'lii..rt'„iii.
NOT SATISFIED, i     .   ~~ " "" ll ,(
MONEY
I'     (kidenrnth,
represeiilin
SALE   OF   LANDS   l-'ni:   UNPAID   DELINQUENT   TAXES    IN   THE    FOK'l
ASSESSMENT   DISTRICT,    PROVINCE   OF   HKI'I'ISH   COLUMBIA
1- I.l'.
the Victoria Week, was l riiiisaei      I'i
Friduy
nl     Cranbrook
 uu-ul Lamia unil Works ror |>
ai.in In fin uml eurry iitvuy tlniher
a ihe luili.iiin.r tle.erllieil IiiiiiIk In
Hi Kuat K.'.'i.'iiii.t:-
.'illjl III il |'|ial lilllllli'll I  mth'
ir the delinquent   taxes
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that, on Friday, the Twe fl . la; 
ernment Offices, Crunbrook, B.C., at the hour of li i'e   ck i o
the lands hereinafter set out of the persons in said list here uafter si l
unpaid by said persons on the lilsl daj ot December, liiOJ, and for interest, costs and eSpensi s.
eluding the cost of advertising this sale.    Lands unsold will be forfeitei to the Crown.
LIST   ABOVE  MENTIONKI).
H.'lill.lll.'Ill    Tux.'a
nil uml I mile weal from the south.
-t i-iii'iii-i' of Itrlilycs' |iri'-i'iii|itiitn
im: I .ut iiumhor (11(14, llriiupl, thenue
1  Tobias nl   Monlreal,   R.   .1    «'e»t ono mile, thonee north oi lie,
.• .   ,     uietioi   '' i'!S"1  Edmonton  and   Vi.   A   thenee east ono mile, thenuo south one
Hamilton of Fernie wero guests nilleto pluee of beglnntuir,
nami: nf I'l-aisiiN Assi'.ssiat.
SIli'l.'T  IIKS'IMI'TIIIX
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Crows Neat Luml   uiul    Development Lola 21*7 uml llisii, (I. 1,  Kootennj ilia
Co., I.I.I  trii'l	
Crows Nusl   Luml   uml   I I.i|ini''iii Liu- 27IIH, 27UII mul '-'sun. (i.l.  ICoote
(',... Lai  nil) lii.-ii'i.'i	
H2.00      ; LL*.
September 12th, 1IWII.
A. C.  NELSON, Collector,
Fori Sleele Assessment District,
Cranbrook, ll.C
SAI.K OF MINERAL CLAIMS IN TIIE FORT STEELE ASSESSMENT   DISTRICT.
at the Cosmopolitan Monday,
R L Phelps, II. S Reynolds,
Vi. Mussey, II. VV, Sweet, and
and M. Flashimui, all of Van
eouver were guests al Ihe Cranbrook Monday.
Our stock of ladies and gents
watches is very complete If
you are thinking of buying oue,
il will lie no trouble to quote you
"in* prices, Tale A* Son The
Jewelers.
P. Luml, manager of the
Crow's Nesi Lumber Co, of
Wardner was in town Wednesduy.
Mr. Luml lefl on Thursday for
the lugging camps on the St.
Mary's River.
We have a great name for sell-
ling   the   best,    "STEWARTS"
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Monday, the Tith day of Novomber A.D, 1110(1 al  the h ■ of Chocolates and   Hon   lions are
twelve o'clock noon, al the Cloven m i lllico, Cranbrook, B.C., I shall offer for sale .by   public m!ulV    r'"'    l'll0se    wl,.(l  desire
auction Hie Mineral claims in lhe lisl hereinafter set nut. of which Crown Grants have been issued,
for all unpaid luxes accrued and due ami payable on tho 80th day of.I line. 11100, and for lhe expenses
of advertising this notice,
If the taxes and expenses of advertising, as set out In said lisl are mil paid to me on or before
the day of sale, the elniins may bo sold lo Iho highest hiililer^untl tl conveyance executed to the purchaser of all right and interest in suid elaim legally allonated by tho Crown by the Crown Grants
thereof.
In the event of lliere being no purchaser, or if llie price olTorod shall noi bo sufficient lo pay the
luxes ami expenses of advertising, lhe land shall absolutely revert lo the Province- and the Crown
Grants thereof shall bo doomed void.
LIST ABOVE MENTIONEI*),
N'WIK lit'   I'BUSON,
Kontennv I'crrvCi klllolil Mines Mil|PeiM'l. h. SKKIS. ri. 1, Kty. Dst
•-   '        Kllilini-n. L. J'.'li]       	
 Rclnileer, I.. Im;::	
'■        " dunning Wolf, L. le.ll. 0, I. Ktv. Im.
 Iluhy l'*nii'i.i..ii. I., in.*..*..	
 Litst Chanue, I.. 40IH,      *     "     " .
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 fllirhlunil Chief. I.. UJ05	
•■    flohlenCi'DwtiFi'iti'. L. lilOll.fl. ;. Kt\ fl,
.l.-n.iii.' Siunlev, I.. .•).•)[•' ..'...,
    Evans. I.. t,2P....
I'erseverin  L. WK
SehllJCiler. L. *'.:K.
Puvmuster. I..  :'" !.        U, I, Ktv. list,
I'u.vroll. I.   ::,■ :'
Siiperiulnnilei I "■
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'.' ' Slielill     .   M '-'
IJ u Benil llu    :.   .1",;
Hone, I'tiniti •  :
I'npultl     Expenses el
Tuxes      Ailv.-i'li-iii'j
liivi.'in Lelil Mini- Lui
I'liu'ull Mining ('.,. I.i.i
Anhtir Phillips...
A. I'., i.in.'.'.
Columbus M. I'ltrker
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Crniiliriuil*. B.C . October IL.   I	
A   C   NKLSI i.\. Coi.I.ECTOH,
Fori Steele Assessment Dii
Ume For Sale
Fresh burned Crow's W
Nest Lime in any M
quantity.
iiutui
:,l    Pink    Mercanlile
Kerr & Campbell
D.J.JOHNSON
Carpenter % Builder
Ciuiil Work ai
Reasonable Price
WHERE   IT   PAYS   TO   DKAL
FRESH   FRUITS
The Quality Store
Choice Cigars
and Tobaccos
. CMEMLLi MMNJ1 \
ffl     I 'In.in- 56 .mil wc w
mi ueiivet jinn order prom]
■I Iv.
Office and Workshop   Lowis St. i^S^pgp^i^i^ig^.g^^^^|^7^g^l
quality—pure and delicious.    II.
Stewart, Armstrong, Ave.
Prank and Lester Clapp, Vi.
Lamb and Prank Dickinson returned Tuesday from a hunting
trip to White River. They report having a good time and
smnll game as being plentiful in
the mountains.
WANTED
j\ L'ompetonl man le ant as niire
Inker of lhe Curling Kink ul Crunbrook,   ll. 0.  I'nr the seusini   tllllii.7. j iii'i'ili su ultRhis.  tlienrr ivpst   so   ohalns,
Applleutlons   iflrlng   rofuro s   nn.l, 'ho '    """Hi     ISO    olmlnsi    llience tin
stating expei'ieiiei' unil suliiry oxpeeti
to lie iniiili' in wilting tn A. I'. N'elso
Crunbrook, 11. ('.
Iiui.'il Oulober Oth, A. II. WOO.
( i-i it In-is Lum I n't-1 'ompitny, l.iuiiti-il.
II
NOTICE.
Tuk.   unii,',. Uml  thirty iluys after
iluie ive iutund toapply to thoC'hlefC -
niissionor nf Luiuls ami Works for per-
niisainii te eut unil earry tlmbor from
tin' following lleserilieil litnils III South
East Kootetmy:-
L'omraonetng ut it post | milo south
of llleseilth-wesl enrner l.ol 111114theueo
west 2 miles, thenee south Imllethenei
oasl 2 utiles, ilienei' iini'ih I iiiih' in |iln.*.
nf beginning.
Dated October Hth, mnu.
Crothers Lumber Company, l.tmitetl
ll
HEADACHES
go
I'At'MKI)  BY   KVESTIIAIN
CURED
Cured  without  drugs,   and cured per-
nanently. .:
BY GLASSES
Win. F. fie k son
The Jewelers
c.l'.U. WhIi'Ii Iuspootoi'HCrows' Neot.VnBsDIvlnloii
NOTICE.
N'niii'e Ib hcrby glvon that.DOcliiysftrteranto,
I lutend loupply to tho Hon. Chief Com mis-
slonorot LunJsiint] Works torn special llcoiioo
iin-ut um) rurry uwuy tloitior ti'Oin tho fulow-
ll)|* dosriihi'il liimls:
I'uiiiiiii'iiriiiKiiiii postmarked'A.M'DoukhU'*1
T, 1... s is. Cor.." uiul plnntcil oasl nf hike on
Hartly Orceli Trait. alioutSflOchuitiB north and
wi i'lialns west of the smith-west corner of hot
S.itoi Clroup 1; thonco north hii ohalns. Ihenee
wesi SO chains: thenco south 80 chains, thonee
east so ehains lo point of comnionceinQUt,
Dated BOtll Anyiist. IWW, A. M'Dougall,
:18 ,1,0. Cutntntngs, Locutor.
NOTICE.
Notice Is horoby glvon that, 30 days afterdate,
I Intend to apply to tho Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands ami Works fora speeiui licence
to cm and carry away timber from Iho following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted al the southwest eornor of Lot tit-til, CI roup I, ami marked
"A. M'Dougolls T, ti., s. 13. Cor.": thonee
north so chains: thence ens) 40 chains: thenc
OT1CV-.
Notice Is heroby given tlml sixty
days after dule I intend tn upply lo the
I lum ni t'iililti the Ohiof Commissioner ul'
l.iLiuls inn!  Works for permission  to
purchase u eortain pit f land situute
in tho Districl uf Kast Kootenay, und
being an island lying in tlio Klk Kiwi
utljotning tho uortboi'ly boundary nf
Not (I1I7H Group 1. Kootonuy Districl.
containing H20 acres moro or Icsh,
Datod this 21 hi day of August, liiuti.
:t."> A. M. HTKWART
TIMMKIt NnTH'K.
Take nolicojlmt thirty days after date
wo intend to apply to llio Chief Com*
niissionor of Lund* and Works for per-
inission to cut and carry awuy tlmbor
in.in ilir following described lunds Is
Smith Kast Kootonuy:
Commencing al u posl planted sl
i'liuins north and 45 chains oust from
iln' north-west eornor of John Ureukoii-
rltlgo's liuilii'i' lonso, holng Loi numljor
5085, thenee Morth eighty chains, thoneo
Wrsi oiglity chains, ilii'iH'-' gonth
ulghty chains, thoncooaal eighty chains
io point uf unmmonrtomont.
Dated Soptoinbor 28th, 1U0II,
41 Otis Staples,
'I'lMIIKi; NOTICK.
Take notice tlml tlilrty daysafturdale
wo Intend in upply to illHf Chief Commissi ml I.iiikI.. uml Works at   Vic-
tiii'hi for pormftsiop to cut, and carry
uway tlmbor from thu folMvIng described lands In South Kasl Kootenay;
Commending at a post planted s\
i'liuins north and :I5 chains wost ot i.hti
North wesl coj-noi' of ,1ohn lb kun-
ridge's limber lease being Loi number
51185. iiii'iu'i' Mi'ili oiglity ohains, easl
r.ii*»y i'liuins, Konlh forty chiiins. Wesl
eighty chtiRftr, South 120 chains, Kiisi
fin'iy chuins to place of belnnlng!
Diitcd ScptmuboryHtli, IIHHI.
II ■. otis Staples.
in chalnH to point or eommencemeut: con-
UlnlnglHO neres.
lmi.cU :mtli August, ItlOfl.      A. M'Dougall
!IS ,l. ii. Cummlngs, Locator
NOTICE.
Take notice that thirty days uftor
date I Intend to apply to tho Chief
Commlsslonor of Lands and Works for
a special Licence lo eul and curry away
timber from tow following described
hinds in Kast Kootonay,
Commencing at a post planted al- ihe
ouili easl corner of Lot 1125(1, Croup I.
iln-iii'i' soulh 120 chains, theueo west
5:t.5t) chains, thoneo nortli I20ehuins,
thenco easl 53,50 ohalns lo place of
eommoneoiuont.
Dated Oetober 12th, bum.
II Krui'st c. MuPhoo, I titer
NOTICE.
Nolii'i' is horoby given (hat sixty
days aftor date I Intend toapply to tho'
Commlsslonor of Lands ami Works
Vii'toriu. for permission to purchase
ile following dosorlbod lands:
Commonelng at a post planted thirty
chains south of tho south oasl cornor of
l.m   (12511.   Group  1.   then ast so
chains, thonoo nortli to tin- .-outh bunk
of lhe St, Mary's llivor. thonco following said bank westerly to tho oust limit
of Loi 025(1, theuce south to plai fho.
ginning.
Dated Oeiobor 12th, inun.
II Krin-sl C. MclMiec, L itor
TIMKKI! NOTICK
take notice thai I Intend lo apply to
il»- Chlof Co isslnnor of Luml*. and
Works Tor permission to cut ami carry
away tlmbor from the following described lands in South Kast Kootenay:
Commencing nl u post planted thirty
chains soulh of the south easl corner
of l.ni 1125(1, Croup I, thonee south 80
ohains, tlience oast HO chains, thonoo
north 90 chains, I hence west so eluilus
to place of beginning,
Dated October 12th, 1000.
tl Kn t «'. Mel'l  Locator
B s
jf Comfort In Five Minutes  t
w i
9
9
4.
1
9
It will liikn just aboul
thut    tiini'    with    11
i
!
Fireside
Souvenir I
we have a fine range to &
I
& select from.
Q mmmmm
Ij.D.McBRIDE|
I Cranbrook, B.C.        HARDWARE),
ft Been here since I SgS—Liable to stay longer '*'
ftyc*>jy*7^rpci/tt<*t^^
*m*m*-i>!s>m**m*m'*m**ss^Mi^
i REID St GO.
I —
t   I^PPCC   f*AfldC   lisl  ""  now '"" wettves wd
f    \J\ OOO   UUUUo   colors, In corraot welgrhts mid
righl up to dale.
Trimming a'tul Linings  of all colors,
lJJ Laces, Ribbons, Clloves, Small Wares,
I Jackets and Furs
7 In New Fall Stales.
I underwear.»
Ui'st makes for (jadles, Mun, t'hild- |ij
n and Infants,    Our values will ij
lj,l be found tliu hest in Cranhrook. i
f    UACiPPII     FftP    All    w" l,l|V  from  the Mills i|
W   nUdlDI U   I "I    HII   l""1 ™" Guarantee Prices l«!
I
lilanlfiits and Heavy Pall Goods will be found in large   7
f   assoi'linenli. t
*g*«PKWSiHil«fil*iKi)**tf«S>il *B«fiMiMl«lMlMi)*ir»(BMiWl
tie rnras WANTEI
Fifty Tie Makers, apply to
camp of the Columbia River
Lumber Co. at Athalmer, B.C.
Columbia River Lumber 60.
Athalmer, B.C.

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