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Vol. 18.
CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, J USB 9*J,W07
No. 26.
JUNE V\EI)DlNti BELLS
Staples-'i'acnliaiiser.
A very prolty wedding wus
solemnized oil Wodiiosduy otlilis
week, whon Miss Francis Taon-
liausoi'i dnughlor of Mr, uiul
Mrs. .los.'|ili Tuenhttusur, of
Fori Steele wns ninrriod In Mr.
t leorgo Staples nl Cruiibrook.
Tin' ceremony looli pltteo al 11
,i in , in iln' Church uf Si .lului
iin- Hi. ine. Rev Fluwolling of
Crunbroiili     niliei it.ng       'I'lu'
ladles. Only tt few nf lho in
ihedialn I'rionds were |irespnl
tin' wadding gifts wen' numerous
nml liiMiitiful uml Included n
cliei|uu I'm* $10') from lli" linn of
Benllie .V Alohison of Crnnbrooli uf which linn lho groom is
a momber nml n slorling silver
ten service from u numbpr nl
llu' [jothbridge lacrosse, boys.
'Pin. bride wns charmingly
gownoil in biscull colored sllll
trimmed wiih white chiffon. Her
going uwaj tlii'ss wus of him'
lady's e.lnlh
Ulinrch was beautifully deooruled     \\r ;uiil Mis. Mchison lefl lusi
wi li roses,liliii'snntl ferns Mrs.
E. c Miller |ir sided ui th.'
orunii. nn I I'luyi'il iln' wedding
mureli, from Lohengrin us the
contracting parties untured tin'
ih iri'li. Promptly al 11 a. in.
Mi. Singles entered tho church
uuciinipuiiiixl lu Mr, ,1. ,1, Me-
fl i alii,who m-tuil ,tsgroonisinan, An   llleil   Place  for   tho   Home
ulghl for Montana They will
In- ni liuiiii' i.i Ci'itnbrnolt, 11 0 ,
allot' July 11.
'I'hi' bride Ims been one nf
Lethbrtdge's mosl pnpulnr young
linlii.-.
URANK'iOK LAND DISTRICT
uu I wus felIn.veil l.y Hie bride
l.'.i'iing on llu- unii nf her father,
i,li.I by lln' bridesmaid, Miss
Lillian Tunnhiiuser. The bride
|,r.'sen'.ed n very nttruetive
nu i in'lil uppo.irunce iu a boatiti-
Inl Inei' rnln' over white
s.iiin nn.l chill' ui. n while veil
hi.|.l in placo by lillies of the
vulloy, she nls.i eiirried n boquet
Feeker ti Locitc
The Cranbrook Lund  District
contains* large areas nf running
lands winch are unsurpassed  in
fertility of soil ami   general   nil-
vantages h.v any other pari of iho
province,   nml   furnish  11   home
mnrkol fur nil iimi iim farmer or
miIVv  ,.ii,. nls.. I'.irri.'.i n i.ni|in>i  rancher can raise,   The country,      ■■ • ■     —
of roses and lillies.    The brides-  too, bus nn abundance ,„'  wood ^"^X *'"    A"l»> ^
for fuel, building and commercial
PKtH'LE YOU MAY KNOW
Visitor; Hero and There   People
Who C.oino to Cranbrook and
Those Who Co Away.
I lifts Inr brides ami brides
maids nt Tales the Jewolle,-,
IV !•'. Johnson of Moyio wns n
Crnnbrooli visitor Tuesday.
R Illuel* of Winnipeg wus ii
I'rniihi'iiiili visitor Monthly.
A i' llnWIii'SS wns ul Marys
till.' Moi.dnj nu business,
Preserving strawberries nl
Hugh Slnwnrls, price nn.l ipiulity
guaritntei'd
Ml nml Mrs .1 I' Pink uml
finiiilv spelll Suiiiluv lusi ul
Wililn
Mis. .1. E Wmi.. uml Mrs. W.
Thorp • nf Wycliffe weie simp
ping ni I'l'iiiibriiolc Thursday.
ti. T McGregor nml A. Slater
of Moyie wns ill llie city Thill's-
ilny ou business
A. Lullch, of Ibe East Koolenny Lumber Co.. is at Calgary
this week on business.
l-'oi;  Kai,I-;      One   Mandolin,
inuiil looked charming iu u ■-own
of lilac marquisette over silk, a
white picture Imi, uml carried
n shower biiquul of lilacs und
roses. Only llm relatives and a
lew intimate friends were presenl.
'I'he coremouy heing over the
wedding parly repaired to tlie
resilience of tin. brides parents,
whoro uu elaborate wedding
lunch was served. The parlor
nnd dinning room were prettily
decorated wilh  roses ferns and
purposes, uml plenty of pure
water everywhere The foothills are covered wiili extensive
forests of tatnarac, .pino and Iir
The lumber industry hasassninod
large proportions, uiul n ready
market fnr Ibis production is
found in Alberta.
The future prosperity ef llie
Crunbrook Land Districl is
assured from an industrial point
of view, by the existence of many
fulls on the rivers and streams,
which will bo utilized with ndviin
polled plants.
The wedding gifts were numer- tage    in     lhe     creation      o
oils nnd costly, and showed the
high esteem in which the bride
und groom are held iu the com
muitlty. U"lh hnve been very
popular in Cranbrook and Port
Steele and thus carry with them
ihe hest wishes of their numerous
friends who unite in wishing thom
many years of happy wedded
lil'.'.'
The young couple left on the
afternoon train for Montreal and
uther eastern cities on their
wedding tour.
Fitzpatrick Grenier Wedding.
Mr. Edward l''il/.putrick, a
prominent smelter mun of Marys
ville was married to Miss Leona
Grenier of Ihis city, on Monday
June ITth.
Tlie groom is it prominent
citizen of the smeller cily, and
the bride is n daughter of Mr.
and Mrs A. Grenier of Cranlirook, n charming young lady
with ull the accomplishments to
iiialto n homo ibe doaresl place
on earth. 'I'lm coroinouy, whicli
look plnee al Bit in., ill St Marys
Church, wns performed by the
Iluv, PaUior Witgnor, .1. Pltss-
putrick, brol.hor of the groom
wus groomsman, und the brld?
was attended by Miss Annie
Oiiiletle 'the bride looked
particularly charming in n gown
of white silk, carrying a shower
boquet of white llowei'S,
After the weilding breakfast,
whicli look pluee at the hoine of
lhe parents of lhe bride. Mr. and
Mrs. fitzpatrick lefl on the
morning iniin for Spokane
where the honeymoon will be
spent. A number of handsome
presents toslitietl to the high es
leein ill which the bride is lield
by bur friends in lhis city. Thoy
carry with them tlie best wishes
of many friends.
Atchison-McKay.
Al hull' past eight on Wednes-
day ovening at the home of the
bride's mother,Mrs. D.G. McKay
the Rev. Chas. MoKillopof Loth-
bridgo performed the ceremony
whicli unite! iu marriage, W. .1.
Ati'hinson of Crnnbrooli, II. C,
,inil MissCbrissii! McKay one of
Ll:
Tin. roses havi
ippen ranee.
nh.    ili.'i
W. Ingnlls and,T. A. McDonald
of Marysville were at Crunbrook
Tuesday on business.
.1. McSweyn. of the Fink
Mercantile Co. was at Mnrysville
Monday on compuny business.
John Luusk, tlie Tailor, bus n
contract for making the uniforms
for Ibe Creston Ruse Hall Club.
Geo M. Judd of Crows N'esl
was in tlie city Thursdny on business.
Horn ut Crunbrook Wednes
duy morning, to Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Pettit, a son.
H C. Spellinan of Ltindbreck
wus registered nt lhe Cosmopolitan Wednesday.
Mr and Mrs V*. C. Malpas
were visiting at Fort Steele
Wednesduy.
I1'. C. By rant bus irone east on
a business trip. He will he
away several weeks.
We dont promise lhe earth foi
economical power as the development of the district takes place.
In the mountain ranges, on
both sides of the Kooteuay river,
nre found many mines iu nil
stages of development from the
recently located prospect to the
dividend paying mine. Tin: two
largest silver-lend producing
mines in Canada nre located in
iu this disti'ict. Tlie mineral resources tire unsurpassed by uny
other section of British Columbia,
Immense areas of coal and iron,
large silver-lend mines in active L   nj0k|e, but we will send the
operation, extensive placer employing n largo nuiiiberof miners,
free gold properties capable paying bigdividonds when developed
Prospector to any address for a
your for two dollars.
Miss Edith McBride who bus
,       ,,       ,, been attending school at -New
lurnisha home market lor »» Westminster returned homfl Mon-
thul can be produced upon the duy for the summer vacation.
farm,    Everything in the ('ran-', 	
brook Land District is tn proper Our stock of Pearl set brace-
keeping for the development of lets and Pearl pendants cannot
,!„.   combined    physical    and be excelled in Easl  Kootenay-
, ,,         .     ,   Tale the Jeweller,
menial  energies  ol   the   miner. 	
lumberman and farmor. Naturei D|, H W(U| (,(ml(, 1|p ,-,.,,„,
has marked out Ibis dislriel as1 K|ngBgute Thursdny jusl to see
uu ideal place for tlie home seek- if construction on the Koolenny
,,,, I,, loeuto, Central had commenced,
Base Ball.
"The Knockers" vs Cosmopo-
Plans, luul n friendly game of
base bull on the ulhleiie grounds shines again
on Tuesduy evening. Five
innings were played, nnd lhe
"funs" were busy the balance of
Ihe week telling just how tlie
game came up. nnd how lhe
"Cos" were defeated. The score
wus R lo l! iu favor of lhe
"Knockers."
Ami il rained sonie inore.niucli
to the disgust of the lumberman
and farmer, and  the delight  of
rnss ami  llowers,  hul   lhe  suit
Lumber indimtiy.
The Lumber Industry of ihe
Cranhrook Lund Districl, should
boom this year. In nliuosl every
town 111 the district nre shunted
nne or two mills. During lhe
past winter a largo supply of
logs hnve I u cut. Every sawmill  is  :n operation.   The   big
drlv n  lh'' Sl.   Marys  river.
Shook u mob uclt,and the Koolonny
river has, imoncod, mid Is estimated  al   over  110,01)1), I   feel.
Market conditions nre excellent,
uml we hnve every confidence
thai. Hie current year will largely
excel in lhe lumber production
that of any previous year iu the
thiiridgc'suinst popular young'history of the district.
C, G, l.odgers of Spokane.  .1.
.). Derail of   Toronto,   G.   H.
Milehel of Macleod and S. B.
Miller of Vancouver were guests
ul the Cranbrook Tuesday.
Tlie llinnks of the Prospootor
stall' is due lo Mr, Hugh Stewart
for several boxes ol line straw
berries which woro grown on thu
ranch of  Mr.   Paul   Hagan  of
Creston.
A. li. Penwick, Mrs. T. Penwick of Porl Steele
uud Miss Penwick of Hauls,
England were gnosis ut the residence of Mr. und Mrs. N, A.
Wiillunger Tuesday,
II livers of Nelson wns in lln
■iiy Monday,
Horn ut Cranlirook on Thurs
duy June 20lh, i" Mr uml Mis
P. Chapman, ti son.
Hurry  Bradford  nf   Wycliffe
wns in Hie city Priday on  busi
ness.
Horn Al Crunorook, Wednesday .Imi" -"lh I" Mi* uml Mis.
,1.'Hacks, ;i son.
.lusi received, n nice line ol
Till'uiiy wedding rings in IM k
.jiilil. "I'm,- ihe .li v.ej'i'.
Mis. .1. D    McBride  wim  hits
been seriously ill Inr some   liim
is improving slowly.
George S, oil   nf Gulewny,
iiriuniucnl      Tobacco       Plains
rancher, wns in thecity Monday
Crntibronk is in ibe Baiiann
bell, and according lol lie Lender
Moyie is in lhe Binnhno belt..
Lei it lie remembered Ihni
Liihnr Dny will he celebrated in
Crunbrook,
.1. Craig, .1 Erickson, of
Okoloks timl 11. E Smith of
Nelson wore registered ni the
Royal this week.
Miss A Goodlhing will demonstrate, introduced by mister
gleudenuing. ut mcbridesstlioro,
the konkizer. dont fail to cull
Mrs, Vi. ti,. Worden uml
daughter are visiting litis week
with rolatlvos ul Blackstock,
Out.
.1. G. McCallum wus at Pernie
Thursdny on business connected
with the building of the new
Post Office in Ihni city.
Mrs, Lester Clapp uml family
were nl Creston this week, the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Mead,
Next Monday is circus dny
Citizens nnd visitors nre warned
lo keep a tight hold ou Iheir
pocket books.
Mr. John Boyd, of the linn of
Burns A Boyd of Vancouver wus
a guest at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. ,1. II. Pinkham lhis
week.
A good needle woman wishes
for home work, mending or
other sewing, Por particulars
upply or address communication
to X Prospector office,
Mrs E. J. Reid, mother of W.
T. Keid and C. E. Keid returned
from Walla Walla on Priday lust
After a brief visit here Mrs. Keid
will accompany Mrs Chas. E.
Reid to Rochester, Minn.
M. A. Beale left mi Monday
for Vancouver to attend u meeting of the Grand Lodge A.P. Si
A.M. He will ihen leave for the
enst on a four months visil to the
Old Country
J. C, Edwards of Ltindbreck
was n guesl ul the resilience of
Mr. mul Mrs. 0. E. Edwards this
week. Mr. Edwards is ti
lule arrival from lhe old
Country, nnd muy locale ul
Crunbrook.
John Manning who bus pur
chased the grocery department
of the C. C. Stores, Ishavingtho
shelving and furniture placed in
the old Store lately used   by   lhe
company ns a furniture department,
II. I). Collins of New York, ,1.
II Stanly of Montreal, P. J.
Sullivan iif Spokane .1 A. Dewar
of Nelson, .1. P. Robbof Portage
la Prairie, .lames Rutherford of
Glasgow, Scotland nnd 0. E.
McCiillough of Montreal were
guests ul ihe Crauhi'ook Thursday.
A Adams of Dulnth, ti. It
Harold of Seattle, G W. Parkei
ol Winnipeg and Colin C. Brown
nf Vancouver wore registered ;"
ihe Cranbrook Priday.
Mrs. Hen linss. nf Sirdar.whi
has been seriously ill lor sonn
lime. Is now Improving, nn.l hei
many friends will he pleased to
learn thut hopes nre entertained
of ultimate recovery.
Hnve you seen our Kilehei
Sjivlng 1 Inula"r It is Uie Tolodi
a'piuro sienm cooker, saves fuel
mil    does    lielli.f   COOktllg   will.
less lulu>i- Pur sale In I 'ni lion-.-
Bros.
Th,. Board m Works are in be
congratulated mi lhe streel im
pi'ovomoiils now going nu in
Oranbrook, Craubrook Avenue
ihe most populnrdriveway iu the
city is being cleared of stones.
Comniuuieuted The honor ol
training   ihe  children   loi-   ibe
modal enlllesl is due  In   Mis.  M
King, Miss Connolly, Miss Pru
ser, Kev ti, o. Main und Rov.
Mr. Plowollingi uml noi tn your
humble servant. Mrs J.P.Smith
A piiino recital will he tjivon
liy Mrs Hislop's pupils in Weill
worth Hull on .Inly llh. They
wil! lie assisted liy Hie besl lociil
talent. A special feature in the
programme will be ihe new
musical instrument thn "Dol
ceolu."
Mr. nml Mrs. S. Mighton
received a kilogram Tuesduy
stating iiiui u niece of Mr.
Mighton's. Miss Coin Mighton,
daughter of Stewart Mighton of
Saskatoon wns dead. Mr und
Mrs. Mighton left on lhn after
noon train lor Saskatoon to
attend the funeral.
Patmore Hros. hnve jusl re
ceived u shipment of Toledo
square steam cookers. These
slcam cookers are a great improvement on llie round style
and ure just lhe tljitip.
for the wunn went her. A
cook book* free with ouch cooker
Captain Jessie L. Moore, who
has heen in charge of the local
corps of ihe Salvation Army in
ihis city for lhe pusi live months
will conduct her farewell service
on Sunday evening August Silrd,
und will leave on Monday for
Lethbridge for n few weeks
prior lo leaving lor her home in
Chnrloltelown, P. E. I.
Cranbrook Liconce District.
The hull' yearly meeting of the
Licence Commissioners for the
Crunbrook licence district wns
held in lhe Court House. Crunbrook on Saturday lust wlien lhe
lollowing applications were considered uml grunted.
C. E. Pinch. Pulls View Hotel
Mnrysville.
Transfer from A. P. Chenette
lo H. L. Sawyer. Royal llnlel
Mnrysville,
Paul Hundley, Central llnlel
Marysville.
options have I  secured  mi  a
number of adjoining properties..
Three Hydraulic plants are
now in operation mi Wild Horse
■reek. Nm since lhOi) bus there
been more activity shown ii
plncor mining mi the historic old
creek ihan is going mi ul lli'.pre
sent liim..
Tliei*!' .v;is a meeiing nf the
iliroclors nf lhe Sullivan I iron]
Mining Co., held in Spokane
Thursday, in which matters of
importance with rogard to ihe
fuliiro operation nf !be mini'
w under consiileriilion
The mining oullnok fm* the
Crunbrook district, this year, is
mosl luvorable, and with ihe
natural impetus which it will re
ceive from ibe building of ihe
Kooienay Central railway, the
future looks rosy for lhe disl rii i
A Small Blaze.
A defective Hue wus ihe cause
nf n lire ul lhe resid e  of   Mr
Willis     I'ellil      nil       Wednesduy
afternoon. The (ire Brigade re
•■ponded promptly und soon had
the lire under control hul not he-
fore considerable damage   bad
heen    done    to    lhe    Iniilse     und
furniture. The building wns insured In tbe OXtOtll of $1,  mill
i-Nto on the Furniture.
Fire in Barn.
Al s pin,, on Wednesilny
evoning Hie lire.nlurni wns sound
ed for n lire in a burn owned liy
M B. Kino;. The lire was discovered in a room occupied by tin
hostler, and wns caused by ti light
ed match or cigar thrown in iln
wood box. The loss was trilling.
Tlie Pire Brigade promptly
responded, nn.l lhe citizens of
Craubrooli nre to he congratulated on havingn department Ihal
is second to none in lhe Kootenays.
Meeting of Directors
A dire.dors mooting of the
Cranbrook Eire Brick A Terra
Colin I 7i , was held on Tbuisibiv
evening. The mnnilgcr Mr. ti.
ti. Byron, reported thai ihe
machinery wus being inslnllod,
nml (he plain in active operation
inside nf leu days The directors   will   Visil   llllll   ills| I   lhe
phllll  liexl week.
Turf Meeting.
A number of citizens interested in iiirl' inuiiers inei in thecity
bull mi Thursdny nighl   t n-
shier ihe advisability of renewing the old Athletic *.* Turf As
sociiilion, or the forming of a
new association, A committee
consist iiif; "f the following gentlemen were appointed to iiuiuirc
iiiin the matter and report at a
ubsequenl meeting,    V.Rollins,
CALEDONIANS vs FORESTERS *.
foresters Win The  Beattie Cup.
The contest fm- the Beattie
Cup closed on Tuesduy evening
when th,. Foresters defeated lhe
Caledonians in tin. fastesl game
if ilie seri,.s. Hull, teams lined
up in good form, and a good sized
audience awaited anxiously the
result of ib,. contest. The game
wus fast, both tenuis determined
to wm,im- thirty live minutes the
hall wus r u lied from one end nl
ihe ground i.iil tlier, oxcellonl
playing by all. but ihe forwards
nl ihe Poresiors shol repeatedly
im- ti goal, ami ni lasl succeeded
in genius, mie, then another jusl
before hall i ime wus called.
Tlie score al half time wus 2
lo nothing in favor nf the
Poroslers \i ihis singe of the
game t in- referee, Percy liny ward
relirud, ami Mr. Hibbortson look
bis place.
The whistle being blown, the
Caledonians look ihe ball Into
the i-'uivsiei-s country ami kepi
Hiei;. bunched boFore ihe pillars,
shut al'iir shol was seal in hut
failed In pass, then down the Held
ibe hull found its way between
the posts The game wus a "hot
un" frmu lhis time In ils rinse,
ibe Caledonians lighting for a
coal, imi weie upaguinsl a stone
wull. ilie backs ami l'ouI keeper
nf lhe l-'ui-i slers. The w ndow
bet ween the pillar never being
broken mi ibe Forester end.
while linn of ilie Caledonians
wus punched through uiul
Ihrough I'm- a tola] of live goals.
'I'he Hoattio Cup is now ihe
property "I lhe Foresters.
Next wi el;  li   new   series  will
commence fm* ibe Kerrigan Cup.
1'bore will he n change in lho
personal of Hie Ihroe teams.
And winle lhe series I'm- Hie
Beatlio cup wore all well played
games, ibe public und especially
lhe "fans" onu expect In witness
In tho coming contests tlie host
exhibitions of football ever played in Crunbrook.
Fear Chinese Uprising
Ainoy,China, June22. A feeling of apprehension pervades
lhe  foreign   quarter   bore   to
duy,   due   In   lhe   ruillnr   thai   a
goneral uprising of the Chinese
against the "white devils" will
Hike placo mi Monday, Hint being
the date reported to hnve been
sel for the massacre, The loader
nl ihe insurgents has issued an
address appealing to the people
to tuke up arms against tlie
foreign invaders.
James Brown.   Union   Hotel G, i>. Fink. Vi. ti. Gurd,   F   P..
Wurdiier. Simpson, X.  C.  McKinstry und
.lolin   Ryan,   Centrnl    Hotol,
Wn ri I iter.
I-l. S. Mather,  Windsor Hotel
Fort Steele.
O.   A.    Btll'gO,     Ferry    Creel;
Hotel Perry Creek
James Neil, Wattsburg Hotel
Wattsburg.
A transfer from P. .1. McMahon
io McTavlsh Si Cnmoron nf
licence Inr Eusl Kooienay llnlel
Moyie.
The application for it liconce lo
B, II. Bohai'l of Wurdiier wus re
fused, Ihe Will'dlltT Hotel having
boon destroyed liy lire nnd nl
presenl no preparations being
inuiie for rebuilding,
METHODIST CHURCH
Chief of Police Dow wishes to
notify the merchants and citizens
of Cranbrook to keep u close]
watch of their buck doors during
Sunday, June Sllril.
Robert Hughes, I'lwtiir.
Morning  Survloo 11 a.m
Mineral Float.
The  Hydraulic   company   in
I
progr
Walter VanArsdaloii bus con
pleled   arranguiiiunts   for   flic
lames Ryan
Struck by  Lightning
Mineral Float
Like other mining districts.
Cranbrook has its ups uiul downs.
Future generations will see
mining carried on here with
success.
Every mining proposition
placed mi the market these days
must undergo a rigid scrutiny.
What will prove to he one of
\ mun named Anderson wis the richest group of mines in the
Cranbrook district is the
TigerPoormnn group of mines,
whicli ni'e located on the divide
belween ihe North Pork of Wild
Horse nml Sheep Creek.
The new miner goes into the
old placer fields and in many Instances finds rich pay dirt Such
is the history of plncor mining
on Perry Creek.
'i'he    nneienl     miner    dill     lull
understand ibe use of explosives.
Their exonvatlous   were   made
struck by lightning on Thursday
evening'ut Parker .V* Thorpes
mill, during the rum sloi in which
occurred thai evening, Anderson
was badly burned mi bis Fnco ami
shoulder. Ile had a very narrow
escape,  and is  now  ul   llu- Si
Eugene hospital under il aroof
Dr. (Iroeu,
Among the Craft.
Cranbrook LodgoA P. St AM
held iis regular monthly com in u
ideation in ihe Masonic Temple
Thursday evening.   There wasn
lame leathering of   Hie   craft,, ...
visTlors  Inun   Moyie  nn.l    Fort lontiroly  by  Hi"  use   of    picks
Sleele Were ill ullelublliee.
King iiivcu Parly.
'erry Creek-is kin": splendid      London. June 112    Over fS.oOo
i|.0lm'OSS. "f 'I"' social olnc.lof ICngl luml
oilier countries, including  many
Americans, weie ihe gnosis nl
'iin..      Bdwnrd      I      *,** 'I
chisels nnd gads,
This vein- the receipts of the
silver loud mines will he larger
by a good ih'ill tlinn Ihey wer.
lasl year,   'I'lu-  Sullivan group
of   lllilillR   i-olllinues   In    he     the
largest shipping silver lend miua
uiiiiuli'
tbe circus parade ou    Monday ' " .   ..     .„ .. 	
nexl.   as  it   is  reported   thai   a! Fellowship Meeting 1    le |..in.
numbor of   sneak   thieves   are Sunday School BibloClass 11 p.m,
following iu ihe wake  of   tho     Mon aro wulcomod lo thn Pas
show.   Watch your house, see discussion Invited,
lhat thodoors aro locked securely I       _„„„!„..
uml  keep your baud   on   your]    ^l'"'1. ..'.I', .,     ,!, ,g„!?!... ■
pocket book during Ibe day.
•A   RADICAL ('HANOI';
* propositions In the vicinity of
iimi I iiiinii.l in iini'ly ni j Cranhrook. such ns lhe Pay-roll,
working of a silver lend  propo- Alox Ira at a garden  parly  at In Canada,
sition whicli is situated on Mansl Windsor Cnstlc to day There   are
Creek.
We learn Ihal Cnl. Sum Steele Tni..- iiotl.'u Hi"
1,11s |(! ii eessnry arrange- th" liiwnl ul I.l.' Ooiiiiiilwlot * nil which with lumbering nnd other
ment for the i diale develop   " * "d ">""'>"•"" >"''i'1'1 •'"'»J11*1' onlorprlsos,  such ns the ('run.
till'  ll   I ii'i'li-'l'  1(1 -i'        1'li.itl' till  1 In1  pH'.li . ,. .      .    . , ... ,
maul of ih" F, re   properly '.''_"„',„.„„„„„ „.„,,. wuiii,,,.,' ii il'" ' Plrebrlck and IVraCotto
which is  located  mi  ihe north „-',u„,,. ;„ u„. i„« w, >-. |Co.. which will nmko this city a
side of Klk   river,    an,, ihal Diituii jmmsui IW,     n H.Jtoiiiiri   lively one for a number of years, THE PROSPECTOR, CHANBROOK B. ( .   JUNE 22, 1907.
WANTED
I'.S'I'AIII.ISHI.O     IKUf.
A. B. Grace-,
PUBLISH-***    AND    EDITOR.
50 Tie Makers Wmo^ct^.
it would keep old Nick mighty I ************ **************      Professional.
1'iisv holding iuterviews. *% m
** n   1   i¥7 -w r mT*m w r r* *m w r ***. ^-v m ■*. gfi
* ...SA W   YOUR   WOOD...*j Uarvey<MoCsrter * Maodonald
WITH   a
FAIRBANKS-MORSE
GASOLINE   ENGINE
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9   APPLY TO
1ATUUDAY, .ii.vi; ■>■>, mor
Everybody hives the iruih.bul, ft
few know it,  and  none adhere 9
I strictly to it ft
9
Cobwebs ure never seen in the  ft
stores that advertise in ihe Pros   ft lis ihe si perfect running engine you can gel      ThelS
- piu-titr. ft latest ctpiipmcni for sawing wood. w
Hie Cranbrook Land district ••• ^ THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST 9
"offers exceptional advantages in     Life is aoircus in whicli every   39 39,
^ 1** n 1 n/\rir    r»i-»/\r    Plumbing, Roofing, Heat _;,
± i 1 1 1 in \r 1»i_    i^nx/vy.    ing and Blower Work   S
... S ss. 11 I     Mil- STB _l
Phe business meu of Craubrook **************  ************
iitaiu untold wealth, aro wide awako to the  besl  in
'  tereslsofthe luring industry ,    a   ...  v   ..-^.-5^% .^^.^,-^^^x.^.in
♦ ■   iv'^^^^^v^^^^^^v^^^vAfi
BAKRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
CRANBltOOL,     •    B.C,
Ci<y CrSloortc: VV. E. WOrdett   the  tn^'ot'm^.  lumbering! body takes Uie part ofuclowioil  J PflTMnRF     RRfK    W™'1'1"!''"""«"«• "',"1
and agriculture    The valley of |soine period during his sojourn. Is* I   llllllV/l\L     L/llV/U.    '
   the Kootenav is particularly wel
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♦ 1
Lt     HTT A'TlT'      0       f~] f~\     Q. mountaius contain untold wealth
J,      \s   LJ I   ] U Aj (   j     $ unlimited, forests allow unlimitei
11,    OllWlV 1      VjK.      \J\Ji    & I expansion iu    the   lumber   in
rhe Painters, Paperhangers, Etc.
W. P. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor. Etc.
Gi'iiiibiook
British Coliimliiii
OUR LARGE STOCK
walIpaper
IS COMPLETE
Keiiieiiiliei* we carry the only stock of llin"
papers in Cranbrook.
Sign Painting a Specialty
All  kinds uf Painting and Decorating
attended to promptly.
P.O. BOX33  ARMSTRONG AVENUE PHONE til ^
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a STEWARTS a
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CRESTON STi; WVHEUKIES    A'y
Kt
11 Ilns dislriel
dustry. li is rarely liml the
three, oiiniug, agriculture und
lumberiug ure so closely
associated. There is n»> reason,
al the presenl time, when lumber
ing ruin ps are located all over
the district, employing thousands
of men.and iuiiiesure being devel        OKAN'01'AN CHEPRU'
oped,   Ihal    1 lollurs   worth For Preserving
of supplies should be shippud in   , vsi ynuim    .        1 ,,„,.• 1
The district run  i.e.   uud .should oliDKH I- \r,l.\
-.  se    supporting. ^
Stewarts Fine Chocolates     ,4
During  the    pusi    winter,    a -.1
number of gentlemen and youug II A/.Kl.u. it i|i ICECREAM      .'(
Indies in this city  have amused \
themselves liy   playing   cards. Urtpii   Qoirmni nm         •*
es,  ,    ugcouples have  heen HUGH   olhWARI        U
alone      'osj pai ors in from  oi nm' 75          flrillStrOllQ. flvtl.   *\
^mmsi-tttmwwwmimwtt.i't^m,, '']
C H. DUNBAR
IIAUUIS'I'KI!, SOLICITOR
ami NOTAHY  PUBLIC.
Crunbrook, B.C.
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Por    Summer
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t so nine
I FORT STEELE
"     BREWING CO,, LTD, pr.
FERNIE, B.C
ween   them,   for |   -.   -»- aioro ens 111 ti 11.111. exeei
-,,. •-.;:,..-,.:     I I M(\^   More public luiliiluys,
t      Foi u Cool mul Clean Shuvc      a   l .^
      '"'<:"'' "f I Or a Perfect Hair Out %
ft      e tabh ev started to play  E A Hot or Oold Bath **
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Ii-iuii   hira    Llt.ll J'   "ill
.mil,-.'vmi lie |iiMaeiwur.    Tho
iu.-iIi ami Uuriibll nnioiuil  ni c 'orl   to lie ile-
III  inv illaiuvil I.l    I -\..-|. I-l Veil    ll-elll   nin-  Mill In- mil-Ill
lii.iuil ,|.i.iiii,\ ul iiiiiit-i-iiil-. iisi-e        !,<n Union llu- cost.   Come in
in their cuiistruction.        . unil &uu llioni.   I lur prices urn
from iH.BIl lu "'.I.UO.
\   Coni]iletc   Line  of   Pishing Tackle,    The
Best tlmt lln-ie is.
C. E. REID & CO.,
Phone   7 4 fjl^g   DrUg.giStS>
lutiiriliiv iiijiliN nn.l ovoiilnirs    Sr
*\a  G. tt. Thompson
&)/,  I tTZZOA   IIAUK1ST1IB i sol.lilToll
W ^TzrV NiiTAUv I'l.'iii.ie
W   ] OFFICE   REID   BUILDING
W I Crunbrook, B.C.
T H 0 M A S    M 0 V I T T I K
P.U.S.    ati*    C.E.
Fort Steele B.C.
DR, E.W.CONNOLLY
Physician ami suroeon
Ol'l'll'li AUMSTRONQ AVU.
Ilni'ii's:   11 to 11 11.111. 2 to 4 p.m.
7 to 8 p.m.
Phono Ollice 106    Resilience 109
.IIMIIIIIIIMIIIIIII.
'Walter B. Laina HftnTll'viil o   *.  „   ,
mm 11.1 in.a --en'ra||y Located
I-. et. I'riiiil.i k. H.C.     I
Electric Lights
1 Manitoba Hotel
♦ MANOPACTUHERS and BREWERS 0. EXTRA PINE    |L|r] ^^^Vhile"a gamTof    x„,,„, ^'Z , ,„iJ Utlder INew   Management
♦ I-IIhI^I?     :t3     POPTFI? x hearts is in progress, is a through days niter duto 1 intend to upiil.v to the
♦ nl^lntS.     <®     1UR1£iIV ♦ course in roastology. boilology, Chitt u°" - *■' «<   Uu.li  and   „,       When you want a gooi
ft ' il iii.ni  ...                      .,      Works nt victoi'iu, b. c, for u licence Headquarters for mining   IB     ,           '                   B
t  SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
X Mottled beer for family *
♦ use ii specialty ♦
♦ Outside   Orders X
GIVEN STRICT AMI PROMPT ATTENTION      ♦
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED     |
♦ ji P. O, BOX 812      fc ♦
T stj     TELEPHONE NO. 1     $?* ♦
♦ Port   Steele  Brewing Co., Ltd.    i
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I, CLAPP W. ROLLINS
*   place  to stop come to the
ote
Baker Streel,      Cranbrook, B.C
Lighted   By   Electricity
Heated By Hot Air
Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS FOR TOURISTS AND OLD TIMERS
il
"•    Manitoba.
tchology,   ilarnology,    imli-li   .
,„„ .,„,, i,,„. , ,j„ ,, ,„. "I"'0' ' ''"'''"i'1 "mi lietroleuni .m inon and old timers.
**.> .in.l iloiiifsitu ill, L'l. the following aesci'ibeil  lumls, uituntel
"   "   * I in Block   WO!!,   Soutlieust,   Kooteuuy.
esoemstobeconstderablelBritlshc, iu; C , J}  ^ MCDONALD, MANAGER
grounds for the report of a  new    (1-l  C-'oniraenoIng ai u post plunteil
combination    between    certainr5"""" '"•"'" 7""'*'?*' ''"''""'' "'
, ,   , . I'.   Cameron a  ultiini,   l.ol   (Illllli.   nml
members ol the Gnl party     Dr. lWag the SnuUl.wesl, „0,,nel, o!Jolm„h
King has ihi- seal  at  Victoria, Tannhauser locution, ttioncecastolghty
and "Mig Bill."   Galliher is said chuins, thence north  oig-lity   elniins,
in have positively declined   tol'1"'1"''-' "'''*' --i«*in> .-iiitiiis. ihcnccsoiu
again bo a candidate for the Dominion House, ii is tlie opinion
of ih.. new combination, that lhe
only available timber on hand nt
tins time is the "Old Man"of the
Herald,
...
The man who sits down on the
roud to success und waits for a
ride in n political band wagon
will never roach his destination,
a     .     .
Some iiiui remarked the other
ilny. "look out for the boom in
Cranbrook district this year."
\\'«. wonder if it is a political
boom predicted by Grit poli-
ticians. If they refer to the
coining Dominion elections next
>|iiinLr. If the ''Cznr" will
nominate n Cranbrook man to
represent the Kootenays
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1 CENTRAL    HOTEL 1
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9 Mnrysville, B.C.        (IDLE & HANDLEY. Prop. *
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* Tho reading Hotel of the St. #
* Mary - Valley    Ni liry rooms 9
fj newly   furnished,      Table   n- ^.
* stood as any in Kootenay. m
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9 GOOD     SAMPLE     ROOMS 9
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If there is one city in the
Kootenays to l'.i ahead during
th.. nexl ten yoars Cranbroolt
will in. that city,
...
If everybody should go to the
devil wim are lold to, by others,
GO TO THE
tast Kootenaii
DYE HOUSE
DYEING anil CLEANING
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iin.. hi- coarso, largo
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Draying a Specialty
There is -till :i fcM Carriages left
A Carload of Wagons is expected at
ail)  lime.
You hud hotter call nn.l leaped our
lini.s ni Carringus and Wagons hnfore
purchasing ulsewlioro,
Flour anil Fund of all Kinds Always on Hand
PHONE   183
♦   or small Ihal wu cannot hiiudlu.
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GIVK I S A TRIAL.
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
ghty chains to plueu of buytnnlii
fontiiinina 040 uci'os niot-e oi* Icsh.
I.m-aieil this lltli day or Muy. 1907.
.Im' Tunnhausot', Locator,
(ieo. M. Judd, A^cnt.
(2.) Comincnoing" ut a posl plunteil
iidjiiri'iii to the northeusl eorner post
of,!. D. Gordon's elaim, Lnt 0.11)5, and
hetug the initial or north-wesl eorner
posl of W. M. Violott's location thenco
east eighty chains, thenee south eighty
ehains. thonee west eighty chains,
thouco north eighty ehulns to plucc of
Imginnlng, containing iHO aerus more
or less.
Located May Mth, HH)7.
\v. M. Vlolett, Lo(!alor,
fieo. M. Judd. Agent.
::.i Cnininoticing at a post planted
udjueent to tho south-east eoruor of M.
Lungley's claim, Lot 001)7, and being
tin- initial or south-west corner posl of
<.**i>. M. Judd's location, thoneo oast
eighty chains, thonee norlh eighty
ehains, Ibence west eighty ehains.
thenee        soutli        eighty eliains
to pluee of bugiuninn containing (Ml)
acres more ot: less.
Locutod Muy Uth, 1007.
^'1 Geo. M. Judd, Loeator.
W, R. BEATTY
Undertnkor,
KmlMliiiur.
iMiiicnii Dlrootor
CUtANMROOK, 11.0.
We Give You Your Money's Worth
PHONE  so.
I    The Quality Store
n
GOLD SEAL TEA
Groceries, Fruit, Confectionery,
Ci.'itrs uiul Tobaccos
Special attention given to each order no mallei' how
iy   small.   Good goods antl prompt delivery "Our Motto".   (I
cmrmi & manning
Always Up-to-Date 3
£ 3
£ Granbrook, -     - B.G. 3
•Ihiuuuutiuiuniiiinluliaiuiniuiuiuinuiatumuiul
CRANBROOK  AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDEREA6LES
Meet .'vt'i'v I-'riilay ut s p.m.
Visiting   Hrotlmi's  Curiliiilly   Inviiuil
('has. smith. W. Prosldonl
M. I). Ill [.linos, Seoy.
Aorte Physiuiiin, I'. I). Ilu.v i!S.
^>iiV.Vmlr,iVVil..M.Vli.l..i,W<.Vi,.l'i..VVi^
i| Rocky Mountain Chapter
? NO. 128.  n. A. M,
S Regular meetings:—2nd Tucb-
:^ iluy   in   eiu'h   montll   tit eight
jS iri'lui.k.
£ Sojourning  Companions  ure
j cordially Invited.
jf W.u. p. 'I'atk, Sorlbo E.
1 Box 4       rUANUUOOK, H. c.
\*>mw**ms'*f*A*mm.'4''t
ANCIENT ORDER'.'FORESTERS
Gourt Granbrook 8943
MBl'Vl'S  3X11   ANIi  ITH   THURSDAYS
IN WATTS' HALL
Visiting   brotlieru   corillully   invited
0. I!..   IV. 1\ MACDONALI)
So-rotary, W, HENDERSON
Portraiture by Photography
AMI
Artistic Picture Framing
AUG llt'lt
2 SPECIALTIES
Prest Photo Co.
Studio.
Halter St. Oranbrook, H.C.
D. J, JOHNSON
Carpenter % Builder
Good Work at
RousohuoIg Price
Office and Workshop  Lewis St
I
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■  ■   ■   I   ■   »iHi ■n».-|i.»i.».«-».<l.>..tot..■..•>■■■■
Granbrook
r? Liveru
GEARY & DOYLK, PROP'S
Toama nnd drivers furnish-
ed lor any poinl. in tho district,,
A. DOYLE, Mining...-
mmm*am*a .......... mn . ,.
R. STEWART
City Scavenger
j GRANBROOK TRADING GO. '*
Pat'l.lns  having   back  yards,
*""•* I Si.ii-K- Ksliinnl.'s        mill i-losi'ls In.'li'ini.   uiul   I'OfllSO
PtiriiisliL'd Upon Applloa-      I n>iitt.-i- to bo takon away, should
''"" | Innvu orders with tno,
Ijonvttoiiliira ut tliu City Clol-kn oHIoo
ft „ ft 9 ft <, ft 9 ft; 4 ft 9 ft; <• :♦ « ft <- ft « ft « ft » ftft c.o. t5ox 834.   Gi'.llllil'ook. U.G.(■" '*'•<!' *■ l«>ml f«nl in Uox inf..
C.P.R. Men
flUDDtlini ln,s»t" ELisidg' Make Moneu
SONNYSII1IC nml U'KST.MINSTIOi; A \* l-'..\ I * I*..
eliisu by thu U.IUt. Iriuilta nn.l lliu Aki'Ii'IiIuii'iiI
li'illr Oil .Ih.
$10 To $Hf) Down and i'i a month, or ono third down and six,
twolvn and iiiKhlui'ii months for balance, Prices
pi'i io $| •'.*! per Lol. Inspect maps and plans
wilh mo.
Elegant New Residence
Willi 16 acres of prime Ki'iiil nnd I'lirniint; Land adjoinin-;
I'iiiiii cleared and ploughed and planted witli fruil trees.
Perfect irrigation plant*.    Barn, stable, etc,
Within One and a Quarter Miles of Cranbrook Post Office
Joseph Ryan, Cranbrook, B.C.
I Tailor % Importer of
f       Fine Woolens.
I Cl'iinbi k, 11,0,  Arnnti uAva
♦♦*♦♦***»»♦« -•»«**«»*«*»*»
S1MPUL
STRONU
5ll£NT(te„i!-OTW-.SPEEDV
Machines10 Rei^t
A Knll Stock of Noodloa
ami Aoi'MHunrli'H
Fred. W. Swain
AIIKNT
Crunbrook,B C, Armstrong Av. POSITIVELY ONLY
OF THE CRANBROOK
FIRE BRICK and
TERRA COTTA  CO., Ltd
AT ONE DOLLAR PER SHARE "FAR VALUE"
In Ten Days Time there will  be   None   Left.
This is your last chance to get in.
Yi
The Kilns will be Fired Inside of Fifteen Days
Prospectus and Samples can be seen at our
office.   Write us for further particulars.
BEALE 6c ELWELL
Cranbrook, B. C.
Official  Brokers : l Nl Iti 11 Nni'li I
I'HAN'UI'DOK   I IND DISTUICT.        I'HANISKiuil' I.AXU lilSTItli
.,,. i-l, il —'„ ni    In   .'Ul
."*
Take notice Him   thirl-   Unv- altc-i Dislriel ol Kootenuj-.
,1,,,,,  |   tntenil  i" applj   in lhe   Chief      Take nt.ll.-u Hull  lului I    Urldgea nl
runuiiiaal.inei-.il Lamb.anil Works ror Cranbiiaik.    II.   I .     occupnlioii   mill
munngur, intends to apply (in- p.-rini--
-i..n tu pm,-Iiu-. lh,- hilliiwhii! ill-
scribed luml:
Commencing ul ;, |...-l |ititult'(l at tile
iii.i-ilnv.--i i-ornei- nl I'al Kelly's pro-
iniiptii.il mii-vcj  ....  I'liur Mile .-i k.
liuilii'i'  Iimiii  the   following   .1. a.'1-ili.'.l
ijinil iii Sotllheasl Ivmiti'liaj :
i  in.-n. ing »i ii pusi pluuleil  11I...11I
hull a mile aouth ol the southeast cor-
iii-i- ul in\ lleenee ap|ilieution N'o, It. on
1 side ol White Itiver,  lliene,.   Ihenee noi-lli 10 elmiiia, lln
The
Smith Premier
Typewriter
null liili ehulns, thenee eusl )u eliuliia,
thenee nortli llin chains, Ihenee ivo.-l in
•liains 10 |„,ii,l of eoumieni'.'nient.
.liimiiin Hth. IHO",
p.i H. JeiiM-u   Locator
Maj Jlr,    i -
CKANHUOOK I.AM. lUSTKlft',
District ol Iv-    11  •
'uke notl.-i-tlml li:- siu|.les   -1 Wyeliftc
.  . ,„, u|,ui   11 luu   itii j leiiUs to apply
,, -:   j ml,.     ,.!!,■■ ovei -ii.- fiillowins
has widened its market un-   ?,;!, ;i'   ',,/   ,: . , ,. .  ;
til it includes the whole civil-   -   ; ;.'r" ,,''ilV."'."',N " -" '■„''
ized world; has become the  .     -       - niei.ee ».-.t-.--..■
■.  rill -    ■ ■    -   II"-." !.-' "'- llallla
typewriter of over 300.000
operators and has. during
1906. broker, every previous
record of sales, because it
has from the beginning best
met every typewriter need.
THE tri-colorfeattircof
the Smith Premier
Typewriter ii recognitor! ns f-e exeatest im-
provement 111 model n type-
writer construction- yet in
providing it, none of the
strong fundamental features, for which the Smith
Premier has always been
noted, have been sacrificed.
Complete literature on request.
, i: INHI    'UK  I.ami  DIS
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; ....      tlee that Oils Sta
n 11  hi 11
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chain-. Ihenee aouth HI ,-liiiili>. thenee
ivesl -.' i'liiiins ,. |»o nl ..1 I'ommum'e-
111,mii. innl containing ,- iii 1 uei-es i,<...
of 1,— .
.I,ilin V. Ilrldges
Dated Mm S,  I-.-., 2]
Dislriel ..1 Iv aj
Take null,-,-   n,,.   In.   1   ..-.-.a N,--i
l',i-- I .innl,, -i-l',,.. Mil., ,,l Wurdn.-r. II.
i'., inti'mls in applj for 11 special liinlmr
lie,-nee  over  llie    wins   ilesi-rllMiil
l.i.i.l-:
1 ■.nuiii.-ii,-iim   ;|!   j.    jiosl   |.tun:,-.1   *.'u
eliains 1..-1 ,.i Mil,- l',,.i N... :: on Hi..
-..;iil.   I lalal'j   ..1   I...I    IfiDtl,   Ihenee
south 411 ehuina, then.'ti west 1 'bains
thenee ii..rili In ehaius, theiieu .usi Din
i-tultn.a  !,- iln- petal n! .-..I neemetil
um containing llin aeles  re or less,
I'li,- Crows Neat I'aas I. niibeiOo   Lul
Junies Mel.uivn, \  - •
Mu\ -Iml. 1H0T. 'I
"TP*n
ii* ■" '„   •'.■>   '
CKA.NDKOOK  LAND DISTRICT.
Ilistrii    , : Koolcna)
I'uke •.      .    Hu   -    ■--■ ■ kenridg.
..I Wlirdnor. 11,1*.. lum ■
in applj .i
iv.-I- ii,,- rullon
,          :          ,
il   I'll  ll'--'    ..I'.l
ill,-in-.■ weal In ehains, ihonee south Inn
I'tialua,   then.-e en      10 elm ns, -1.--- ..
nui-ili  inn i-hiiii - li.     	
llleiieemenl    i        until li-10
,
;
Mai In
I'll \NIIIIOOK 1 IMI DISTRICT
1)      ■ K   Ot    I;
ik.    ■ iiivhll
iVut'ilnei-. I
. i: win;.ml, I.ANll DISTKUT
I'l-tiU't ■>! limit.-nav
Take J...IJ..- ,i..,. ,i.„.,t iii, n, ,.i  u,,. .„
,..l.l.,l    l.,i,,li,  ,      ,j,t,    ,,|.,., ;||,l,|V  I,I. »  -|l,,l.  I
tliulwr llii-UM  ovei  il.,. loll,™in, „,-,ii„.i   l'\ \\ll\ VI'loNS r,,|: INSI'I rTulls
. ll' STKA.M  II. Ht.KltS ANIi
'"' "■"'- '"  »  l"-'   l''.""..l «l .lim. ,, v.'ltlVI.'ltV
- ull ■   in,,-.   .,,....-.   „i   Timlin ' X   "LNI ■''
l.i.-1'lis.   N'o   -    mi !    ,u.,jk,,|    ll,.ll|„j,.|   ,,,„■„,
m    N'.i-J    Hi■'...'.    »•'■!    llllills
tlietin  '.'.ill nl .    i..-..-. , j,m um eluilui
I Hi1 ..'■'   ll.'lUl   1--   potul   i.l   .'nil.Illi'lin-
'■HI .".'I  IrtllllllH ' II    llTl'S    I.- ...   ].—
,i,,i.ii Kwin,
Muy lull,   l -.;
i HANDBOOK  I IND DISTIillT
Disti'ii'l ,,l I'oiitoiiny,
'      , l     ,.,',        V     !
l'n- I.u" In    i ,. nl \\ ui'iluer. n
.      iilends... applj ....- ;i - 'ial limber
  ll..si'1'ibe.l
lands
r..i ii.-iih! a. i in...   planted  ".'
eliains   w.-al   nl   mil.   I.,..   \,.   I ,.11 t!
-.unIi  '  I. i ....   ihen.
.,       ■ n< ,. sii , Itains
1 II INUII  land in-.-n.-i. r
Dim i i,.„,i,,ii.,
,   Uml I'e , . ,Ioiihcu nl IViiaii ,„■
."1"    nruspt'i ,, .    Iiu, ,„is ,,, ji|,|,i,    :,,i   j
-I"   .i Illiiin i li,.,,., nv„i  Uu   lolluwl l|
i-ni-,-,1 li.,t. I-
.i '   -   nl   lluil-i'i   ",....'   \ il,,
'  '..«   ■   N- "l    I'll, ■   I   I" In ,,..
niliali                      ■    ■   ■ ,        >.,,,,.,,
.".I ■ ii , n.ilu   i, „ „
l',
j- ,,
. ', wm;.mn LAND DISTIUCT
'.Mil, I ill  liiimriniv
llllll I". It.I Jvll.,,11  nl   W.i ,i    oc
..I'iii."..    |iri,a|„ , I,.i    iiii,,,,|.   i,,  .,,,,,I, |,„ j,
III". ...,' .-,' I  Hi.  lollowlllll ilea-
i    .  -   . ■ ,-,' , aal   M.
i ii iinal i ntiloil  ......1.1   ■-"
1110    less '   ' h " ''  '*"*'-l-
■ •■    - -        - ,':; ::::■.:;:. :.
lames M i, Aet-m ,,.',,. ,,     ,„
Ma) i-'ii.
I'.-l,-, .l.-llaoii
IAN IROOK   I WI' IHSTUU I'	
EXAMINATIONS i.u- the |i.islllnii id
ti,   Ins I..,-- ol Stem Hera   and
Mn,-Iiiii,-i-\, mi.l.-i- Hi,- si,-inn Hollers
Inspeetioii Ael, Innl. will behuhlal the
t'at'Haiueul Ihilldiuga,   Victoria ni-
iiH'iielui! .ni. Monday .inn.- -Illi.  Inn,'.
Application im.I in-ii-ii,-linn tin-in-, i-iin
la-   liu.l   ihi  lipptlealloll   I"   III.'   undersigned, in whom   lhe  Inr r  -I  he
I'.'iiii-in-il. eorreeih lllled in.  mn  lutor
Hum .linn. im,.   Siiinii...a.a,|iuinii|sii;,
ii.ll.N  I'l'X'K,
rni,•( lns|n-,.|iii-ul Maehluei'v,
:.'l New U'esliulnsler, li. C.
,| N I l I .'I i.-r ul*   KAST
ill   Ilui.HI.\ AT t'HANUIIIII
l.v I'  V.  Wils.li
i. apply  fi        lnj.lii.-l ol k....|.-ii.iy
i iln-  . uke l '.-'..'.-  lli..'.   i'n.'  I 'vows   Nesl
I'lUlllli- , ..
.  91 nbei      ■    I
,     i .,    .       .1 Wardner.II
THE   SMITH   PREMIER
TYPEWRITER   COMPANY
SYrtACUliE, N. Y.
BRANCHES       EVERVWHERo
Sl'i'KANK.   WASH
: . i   i i.iiii-iiln Streel
rl.'AVUU.a >K  [.AND DISTIIU'T.
Distrirl '-! Km ti
ebalna. i inn' - !.
.-Illllli- III ],,.-.,ll.
.i.u lllll acre, ii.'-
II .Mil:.-,.I, I,and DISTIIU-T.
U-I ul Konlraii)
.•liinil' .1,', --ii nl W'usi u|in-
 Ml - ljiJl|,|.i.  I,,,  a H1HH-I.ll
- ■■■■■■ '      ■  II     llll     till  I''  ,ll,i\l,i,'     ,|,,.,,|'i|„,,|
  ■ 'I    I*
Ill .-hu lands '   '"   i  ' -   ''"'  '"'
Take noi . staple- ■ i.-t 40 ehains. I nrtli I ,
,i - - - - ..mth  to I ehains w.si ot V.ile I'osi No. o
mnli  Domain
-tiaiiis -      - ill    th Si      , - - wesl Sll elm ...  ,,,.i, „,,.,,
■ 11(1     [ll   -till'       lillsl    I       " •   .1'.       -'
■ " ■ iee .■■   -,. in -eineni  and     «„, m u„i;
Br.    ,  ueres more or less.
S     !l.i  i'li-
.i-i liim iniin
\i-i (..ii .'iiiii
':  ■
'    . rows   \.'-;   I'uss  l.nmber ('.
	
Cl!    N :-.        *- -   R1CT \   ( ".    m-
-       *.     .
■
'JI
lames McLaren Au
liANIUMUK  [.AMI DISTUUT.
Disii-u-i ni Kootonuy.
■ liolli-i ilim John Kwln, ,,i w.imi.
.HI iilli.-li,-r. ill!,-ml, liiiiin.ljl-.,, us,,,'
r  ll.-a.-l. Ilil-  11,.-   full,.,, ,,1'i
■ . .
j: . ....
- .'
■    ' J,.. I
.     \ ' ■ '      :    ., I     2U
rest 80 ... litis nortl
.-   ■■■ • '.   No.
. " - s.   thenc.
.\Nll DISTRICT,        injury ol lnt No\ij!l.r\inTim.rn"il muth-
i Kootenay. ,-i„i cri'i,.,-,,,,.,',,, i.i,.,.,,.,. s„.,.' ,i'„.,,,-,. west
i'    I'll,-  Crows    Not   3" eliuins: tlt.-nronortli 10i.liulns: tliollccoast
.-llllills: llH'tu ,- nurlli sue-mills' llionco eusl
elmlns: thence snnili lu-o eliuins to point of
ir  ji  special   limher   eoiniiu'nremeiu.nni niiiliilngiuoucrci!. more
■ in,-  ',.;!. ,uhie   described  or less
-. ... I i.i...I Wai-iliier.il
nin
l.-UANIIUOOK   I.ANll
I I'.-l.-r I I "I Win.
v  LAND
U*-T!il
tofKooti
nay
ttls Supli
-   ol W
i oinii-.-in-iiiir ui :i i».st plunteil 'lit
chains wesl nf Mil.- I'oai Nn, ll nn il:..
-,, ■       it- of l.m l.'r.i'i. tlieneo soutli Sll
ehains: ihcnct wesl  sn ehalua: thei	
noi ■'• sn clialns: them .i-i SO eluiius
Mny aist,
Tl -  \   ll.iii.!
Im  Mn.  "ill.   I	
I'll INIUlllOK  UNL IUSTKII T
DISTUU'T "1- KHIITKNAl
Take noil.'.. Uml IVllllain N.-l I tt'iirtln
orPUimlli.li i H.-.-I Inl.'ll.isl nl.   I."   I"-
mission !.. |.n        -.' il"- i
imnl
ii	
| II.M   ■■■»>   :
i'lniiii
Dllll-I J':.-' II*       I1".
CIRAXIIUIIOK   I,AM' DISTItUT
Districl nl K....I. N.i\
Tali,    nmi,'.'   null   W,  A. Hi.lliu-. "I
Uranbi li-   occupation    liotelkecpcr.
intend- -.. applj   lor n apnuiii  timbei
li,.,,.,      ■    lh.     -.,:-..w-i.ij..   itcsel-itli-ll
llimla
('•■        "   '        ■ ■'."'!■    '"I	
,.  . nlle .!.'.    ..  '.
 therlj I   ■ '•! ol ■ '     	
St. Mu   '
from .-j.
<u   chains
■   . -
.•Iniin- io point ii
in ■.. ■  i.     "- ..■ .
Hu.,,I M .   *!!■ P'l'T,
t'HA.NHIlin
iil.-nn
Tuke not )■  II
Cranhrook    ■-- ip '
,,',.,,, .   ,, applj   for ii  ipceiu
llcenei    ■ ar  ll -    oil"	
;,:;„„;:; ;,:;::;,„;;;;:, „.;;;,;;: T.ki- •,.
''""sl-mnl
"l"SI -...r'-i'"""'1*
-   "™" '
\Nlllli.ilK  LAND DISTUU'T. llllills!
DlalrlelolKiiolPiiuy I    ,■„,„„„.,
,ln-,- Ilim nil- Sl.l|,|<-  „l Wi, lilfi-   It
LAND SOTIL'K.
'I'uke notice Unit sl.vtj-dtlja niter dule,
I the uiideraioneil, intend  tn apply to
'*   '"*' "1'he.aiiofOoininiasionor oi  Lauda and
'"""-•I"'1"1 immi'm "> i""1''""* j W„ri,s „i Victoria, li. I'. I,,- nermls-
laiiilnii IHU acres mor ' le.
Tin- .!-,.»-   Ni sl   I'uss   I.
KAN lilt. " ils   I.AMI lUSTI'l. T     ! I.I.I.
li'--- -■• n' Kootenuj*. Mi.J Isi 11)07.
in. - McLaren, Airent
lames Mel.:i
ul
I
ll
ut   Tl..-   I'i
iw-s  Nesl
I.i.i.. uf W
i-.1m.-i-. II.
Ipp
!  '."'U-I	
ul timlier
the
following
deserllied
CRANHROOK  I.ANll DISTRICT
District nl Kootenai',
:.|i]
III.I-!!
Take nntlee Hull Arthur It. Penwick
a |iosi pliini ,i tl,,-l"r  l*'"'*'   s to,    I'.i-itisli   Columblu.
iif timlier lleenee Nn   Unnehet' Intends to apply I'm- u special
iin-
ln
-.   Hi,-in
timber Iii
er Hie  follow!
nlu purchase ilie followlne. ileserlbed
" " ' "••   Lands in Lusi Ki.i.teiuiv:
Commencing:at a pnst planted mi tin-
.-usti-rn bnundai'j' of l.nl Nn. :i:is. sn
chains norlh of tha Sinilh-eaal corner
ullli.- -uiil l.i.i un,I runntiij.' norlh 80
elniins. thonee easl 4U eliuins. iln ne..-
south Sll chains, iln-n.-e wesl l..ri,v
eliains lo plucc of ciiliimclieenieiil.
Dnlod April 17th., 1007.
Hi Prod. W.  Buriruss
Mm :,iii im
-i.nih im. chains. Ihen u-i Hi elmlns,
" I"'"! I'liii't'-'l ul   in.ni. in,,., n„nh Din.'Iniin-I,, ihe pi,im  ,,f
.'''J,"'"!1 ''|','"'l'o,!'''.<!''','',lN'!Ji I ""'"''''""'"'    i""1    ' Iiilnlni!   mo
 .n. mem .nmi   Tlm Crows Nesl l'n- Lumber Co.. Lid.
 -■ .l.-nii.- Mcl.ureli, Aselll
""*'~'il,,'"~.,,i    Mm in.I, Iniir.
,| [eusl 70uliulns; ll cc smith   10 chain!
— I theueo east 10 chains to pi 1 coll
; ANI'.l.'i-i il<  I,AM-
OIIA.NUIIOOK LAND DISTUICT     mencu in  nml emiiuininu mil uores
Dislriel ni Kontenaj'. ' more or less.
Tuk.-  notice Uml  The Crows   Nest Arthur B, Fonwlck.
','.. ..   •. i ". I,i" ''-'** I'liniher Cninpnii.v. I.i.l.. .if Wanl-
ner. B.C., Intends tn applj' lor i special
. ..imu mu nl.i posl |il:iiili',ll>l. I.i. in Hi ' I illllli'!'   lie.-nee   IIVCl'   111.' follow illLT lle-
"Hli-- '.'-.-I •"'"" "I l.m'--.-I. I ■■ ..!-' scribed lumls:
,','"".T.'!,!''';; ,",','n,'„',",.|';,'!,"' IJ"'"1'1  "*n[ Coinnieneiiiy ut it poat plunlcil at tho
.... riinins. tii.'nee nortli sni-ii i -,- nl. n i.'-i  south wesi corner ..(timber li.-.-  No.
Iiieii    in,'ii,,- mun.  i   ilmlna lo point of  7'-'0:l,   thence  south   111 ehulns.   Ihel	
''."iim-"'"".""' ;l".l ai !Wl neres. more   ,.,,,, |l|() chains, tile  Iiorlli In i'lm iu-,
.iiiiiiii-.n.j'ijj,',       Ihenee west 1 -Imlnx I   ,	
Dnietl May-jatli i  ,-:     I'oinmencomelil    uiul     iluiniiiL'    'iiu
Quonq Yuen Company .-\-i i'n--i.m rcu, Ltd.
Cranbrook. B.C
'I.,, above ...     .' v ai " sti .  . •■
is not Imi...- ' lehts   in irred lij
Hop Vimn.    A , debts ovrins said
,    ,    ,   . CitAXDROOK  I,AMI DISTRICT.
< Ollllliellcilie Ul  il pnsl   plllllleil Ul   Uie
Smith wesl corner nf I*'.   ICellej-'a pre- i Districl. ol Koolenny.
emplinn siirvej  nn Four Mile Creek,      Tuke nolico lhat I I lurry   Dinimoek.
thence smith .'10 chains: thenco wesl 110 ol  Moyie. cusionis ollicer,   intend   tn
elniins: thence north 70 elinin-:  lln- | applj I'm- pi.-inii-inn tu nlilnlli n apeclal
liiiiher licence nver Un- followliijr described luml-: Coinutencing at ;i post
planted nu tin- Liuh- Moyio Hiver.
nl».ui tliree miles from Ooatfell, ami
mu- mile ,-;„i  fr,,in  iiiiiiiinls limber
lieence,   lliene,.   wesl Sll eliuins, Ihenee
soutb 80 uliulns, thonco eusl so ehuins,
tlience iiortli SO chuins to point of com-
mciieenieni. ennliiininu UlO acres more
or less.
Harry Dlnuuock
Ilui.-.IMiiv nih, 1007. I
Noti, '■ i- ii.i.i.v ab
I   li.nl   Hall   ,1   „!„
isinnii-. .Iiului-i.l llieauiil   i: I, 1111,1 Jiinu-s
iii'ii.i'ij inn-Mom- (iniellll .v.litiiinsii'iili.r
in- llllll |li>iii,,n ,,I III,- i'iiiiii,, ul 1, nui-unv III-
liuleil in Un- Kl.-,' Iillsiilri ul rrin.lirook.
Illi.'nl Alllonlnlloi'eniitl'riillbi-i.iill
Mil) III:'
i. i\, i-"
l..*m.n im in   In
HMM'MlollflTLVlHllO-
Vi|llllt'il li.iK.tily iiii
llllllll 1.1
till' 1)1   1
tic 1  ■'  ■
nlil ri'w,.
Mii.-ii-i In Lln-ill
.'\ ut ,hUj tifxi
in.i Die (nti imi-
ililr.l Iii Hi'inl Iii fmi
li) ri'-jl-iU'inl Ictii-i'
l.'.l.        Ilia        Il'ltlll-       lllll
'llllll HOI lllh i'llllill 0
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Kootenay,
Tuke lintiec      Mini       |       VtOtOl'    A.
lb.Hill-. nl        I Ullll,nmli,        hotel-
k.-cpet. iiileiul     lo    upply   for  pi.r-
nii—iiii! iii   nliiiiin   ii   special   limber
lieeliee   nver   : Ile   Inllnw iuu    ileseribc.l
.1-:    I' lien. ine. nl ji  pnsl   pliinleil'
iln- I.iill.- Mnyi.- lllvor about  thrae
miles I,mil llnullell. Jin.l one   mile   eusl
of   ililliiii',1-   liml.re   H ice.    llience
norlh siieiiuin-. thonee .-asl sn ehaina,
llience -miiii 80chuins, llience wesi so
,-Iniin- In point nl cninmcncciu.'iil n-
luiiiiu:! lllll ueres innl-.- or less.
Mel.ir A. Uiilllns
Hilled May lilh. 11107. Ill
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
Ilisirict oi Koolenny.
Tuk,- notlco thai I Williams. Boll ol
i li-anbroolc, Veterinary surgeon, intond
to apply fnr permission   to  obtain a
special timlier li en over I he  follow-
ine doaeribed lands: Coiiitnoiiutuo, ul a
posl plnnleil ou the Little Moyie Kiver
ill.mil three miles suuth of Coul fell, and
om-    mil i.-t   of   llilliiii.ls   limber
lieeuee, I lii'lii.e wesl Sll   chains,   theuce
norlh SI) eliuins, Ihonee eual su chuius,
th,nice solllll So cliuius io point of ooin-
lllclieeiiielil. enllluillilm lllll ueres   more
or leas,
IVllllain s. Hell
re,'l hii't'or       Dated May mil. 111.17. Ill
oil witli iln- ili-ii-ii.iuuin mil
ule   IlilvlllK   1,'iuit.l   I..   tli,,si-i-l;ii,nsiilily .
NOTICK   TH   I'SKIIS   nl-*    LAWN
SKIIVICK.
Waler inusl mil be used lor lawn
piirpitscs frmu Um Iimii-nl'.'u.in. In 5
p.m. mi nml i.i i.i- .1 u ti,- l-i, UM".
Craubrnnli Wuter Supply Conipany,
1. 111, i i ■ ■. I.
CRANHK11I1K  LAND DISTRICT.
District oi Koolenny,
'I'uke niiti,-.' tlml I Kdwurtl Covoll, nl
Moyie, pruspeclor, lutend in upply for
p.-rmlssinii in obtain a special timber
ii.-.-r   nver  Uie   follow-hlK   described
himIs:   (' ii.-ii,'inn ul ti  pnsl   plnnleil
nil lhe I.iill,' Mnvie Itivel' llblllll    llll	
miles southwest nl ilouilell. and nne
mlln eusl nf 11 illinrils lieeuee, ihenee
south so eliuins. theuee easl SO chuins.
thonco north so ehuins. tlience west sn
chains in poinl of commencement, eon-
lainliie ilhl acres mure or less.
Kiluiir.l Covoll
Dated Muv Dili, 1007. In
Muv Dill 111(17
JI
.luml'- Mel.ill-elt. A-jelit
April Will, 1907. 2
NOT ICK.
,--        Nni -■■ is hereby  glvon  thul  thlrtj
iim paid to I'linni! Yuenl.'ompanj   'hij'- nfter dale I ini .mil in upply to the
lu,'..   May 21st, 11107. ' '- '■■'   Comnilssloncr   nf    Lumls   ami
II;,. i,iiiun, .Munagei Works at Victoria, B, C„ (or a licenco
■" ,,",i-!„',-: inr i-i,ul jiiui pi,11-1,11,11111 ,ui
tin In lowing ileserlbed lands, silunlo
In ill.id, l.*.'i:i. smiUieiisi Kootonay,
llriiisli i olumbia: Canada:
I.      I  i,uiiu,-n.-iijj u!   11   pus!    plllllleil
adjae.-iii !" Ihe Soiuheasl corner nf
I' . i cron's claim. Lol lllioil, uml
hcim.  lhe  Norlh-wesl corner ..1  ,loe
iscr locaiioii. Ihen asl eit'liiy
ci   soulh   ei-jliii-   chalna,
sl i-i.-li!-. chains, Uii'iie.-iinrUi
uili-   In  place  nl   ta'|lllllilll|[,
., i,In acres mm-! In—,
ni iled 'In- lilh dnj nf Mnj. 1007,
.Ion 'I'i Inu'iaer, Ln'ci •,
IMI'.Hi :    NT NOTICK.
['...,     i|(,. unl       ■■ ,, ■              ■
mc l.-i,  P.IH7. ll Mm         j.
. .,'.■■
.
■ eof afn
" •
'in         ' i
Corporation of the City of
Cranbrook
I!-,   L.V A
CRANHROOK  LAND DISTRICT.
Ilisirict nl Koolenny.
Tuke notice Uuu Ait Inn- B, Fcnwlcli
nl    Km!    Steele   llriiisli   Columbia.
Uimchor Intends in tippl) lor u -| inl
timber lien ivcr th.- followiiiij lleserilieil liituls:—
Coinniciii.iiii! a! u pnsl plnnleil In
chains north nl Un- Southeasl corner nf
Lot il'n.'l Croup I. Koolenny district,
thence eusl SO chains: theneu south SO
eliuins:   llieneii we-l   Hll   eliuiiis:   llience
north su cluiiii-: in Um  point  nf com-
lllellcelllenl   uml   enlllniliinn-   1141)   acres
more in- less.
Arthur II. Fonwlck,
Mui Uiil IIIU7. '.'I
Water Clauses Consolidation Act
In Un- matter m applieali inder
Sectinn -7 of the sniil Ael In iln- Kasl
Kootnmi) Power uml   Liirhl Coni|iuny
Limited (holders ol II nl No. Inl  for
25,000 inches of Wuler mn m Un- Si.
Mary- Rlvor genu led the Slli. day of
May Iimii for permission to ehaaijo the
poinl of iJ 1 version uml tin- course of the
ditches and Humes, to points near Uie
head ol tho Hock Canyon uboul liulf n
mile up river from Un- Canadian
I'a.-ilie Railway Brlilire over lhe Si.
Marys I liver near thu townnf Wjcllll'e,
li. ci.
Take notice thai the said application
hits 1 n Hied uml maj  he seen ul  my
ollice in tho Cily ol Craiibrouk and that
objecllnn thereto shall lie Hied in my
suit! ollice mi m- before lln- 13th, duy ol
.lunc next, when n duy Inr heariiic will
lie sel.
li  i- required  tbal  this notice   be
published in  four conseenlivi   weekly
issues of it tiewspupei published in ihe1   CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
City of Cranlirook and Uuu a copy of
t li is- nniie.-   I.e served mi ull  holders
„f Waler i ords nnd ..nmn-- nl luml
whoso rlulil- uuii I..- ell,-ei,ul by such
eliiinee.
Dated al Crunbrook, lhis Sth. duy of
Mil} 1007.
• I. F. Armstrong,
Assistant Cnmuiissioner of Lands uud
Works Inr lln- Smithern Division nf
Kusi Kootenay.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTUICT.
Dlstrlot ol Kootenay.
Nn. 4.
Tunc nolico thul I. .lolin I-'. Brldr-es
of CruubriHik,. B.C., mill iiiiiii.in.-i-. intoud   in  apply   im-  u   speeiui timber
Hoem ill- Uie   following   ,I.-scribed
laniis:
Coiiininiieiue ui u posl planted "111
eluilus im Ui of lhe southeasl corner nf
my former licouce application Nn. I
advertised lirsl in the ll.C. Cuzetto nl
l-'eliriiurj Iltst, 1007, being appioxl-
niutely ilill chains cast and lln chuius
snntli of the southeast corner of Lot Hits
thoncu east, 10 ohains, thonco south SU
chains, llience west l'-'U chains, ilicucc
north 40 eliains. thenee east sn chuius.
thouce iinrlli 11 i-liuius in llie point of
commencement uml coi'taiiiing <>10
acre- mure or less.
John I*. Bridges
Muv 17th, 1007. 81
i-K.lNlll.'iH'K  LAND nlsTllUT
Dlslrl.il nl K -liny
Till.',' nulii'i. Ihul  .lului  t.   Iiiiiii:,'- ot .'.'"ll
iroolt, II .-. Mill MaiiliiUT. iim nils Iii u|i|il,v lot
-ins-ln l llmbor lleouee over the following ilea
I'ilie.l lumls:
u-i eorner of I.,,I iir.1. lliellee aontli luii.-luiiu-
lie usl I" eliuins. tlu-ner lim-tli lllll eliuins
lie ■ "<■-! I"i-liiiilis In llie pnliil i.'i-nniuumi-i-'
nun iin.l eoliliilniugiilu ueres niiit-i- or less.
ilnlili I-'. Uiul,:, -.
Mii.v.Mnl. nmr
1,'ltANIUIIlOK  I.AMI ,.|S'I'I,'II"I'.
*,* t:::t;z *	
Nm ice i-  Imi-eliv  glvon  Uiul  llili'ly   In'  ll.C. Mill Manager III
.lav-nfter dute  I   Intend  in apply in " * 'Inl ihulitir llrunco over Um : ■■:.
Uu- Chief 1,'mitiuissi,,nm- nl   Lauds und
...    ,     , ... ,    .    ,, ,. , ,. "" ''-mi.' »' " 1'" :ii'i'-.i
Works at \ Ictorla, 11.1 . fm- u  I nee | „„,.,,  ,„, ,. „ 0IU1( „r lho ,
In pni- I I'm- il uiul   pulrnl	
Un- following ileserlbed lumls sin in
lilnek    l.'ll.t,   Soiiili   Kust    Knnteniiy,
llriiisli Columbia, >' ula:
< 'i mm Hieing ul  u posl   planted   mill nl to the sniil Ileum corner ,.i   l-uu.-;   *'"-'* *■■'"'-'"'
Urine's .-luiin. l.m N.i. lisns. iiiiiI  being
I ll:l'.'   llieneii auiiili llltl i-liuin-
-st llleluiiic. Il»- nurlli Uiil el s,
usl    I"  i-llilill-   In  llu-   | I   nl  ,	
Ill   llllll colli,, !'    UUI   lUTI'S    I '     .11'
ami-:
i ., il   ii   I"
■ul  hull  mil.    distanl
!■
ul.
-null,. I"    I'"1    ';l""
SI. Mm-.-      ■ ' -  '        ' " "'  '<
"II.'1,11 I    ' '     ,..'-.■'.
I" I ''■"
Ing nin '
Wili.;.. n   Ibi
Ma)  II i'"1'
Cnriiwmid for Bate.
I up, |,i,.|,;ii...l lu -upl'lv, :•• ial
dry st"'..- wnml, iii unv Inn-tllinr
ntiiinl.it>-     f.™ r  "i''1"1'-   •'"-li
tl, T, Uniri'i"", ,l"1 ifrocnr, llooln
A- ISlwoll,
l;  s  rtiirnu
ril.VSIIIUi.iK  LAND DISTIIIllT.
'"'I  ii'1'"* Snrtli-ivoal corner pust of lilairletof linoi iy,
1.  'I',  i'ul.Iw.II  locution,  tlieneo oast,    rmie notiee Uuu jolin i.'. iirliiuea of rinni
.fgllty   eliuiiis,    Uml     solllll    eight)    l.inoli   II I- Mill .MiuillK'-l-llili>llllstnil|i|il.v  1,"
,,|, Agent      i'-Imiiis.   Um    w.-sl    olgllt)    eliuins, ■ i. Hii.-.'Iiii iiii ' Ileoiieo over llio tnllinvliiiiilM
.,     c ne'ni,.-.1   i  i„,-i   ul i   Lhoneu north eighty chains to pla f rrllieil laiulsi
  """- '"   "   I"""    I'1"1 1    ,       ■      ■ ill, :    I' ...-IliUl.l sl l.l.inl.-,   IT .linins w,sl
.i.Ii,i.-.-ii. I., tin-   iinrlliiu-l   cornnr  poal   negllllling, till mug   n-in  ailes  mm-.-   „,   ,„„ii,.,„ ,.,„.,. ,„ ,  |,-.  ||r|,|uu'>
•   j I" I ul.I   li Ciii-diin's eluim, I,ni  110115, unil   "!• less,  bnr lleonco ii|i|illeiillon iiateil May ITlli. I'JOi.
• ' , ,ii;,Inr  nni'lh-wea -imi-l    ' nled May I2lh, 1007, U aouili lim eluilus, ll u- Iiitlua,
,„..,,   ..,...,    i  ' A. T. I.'nlilwull, I (Uur,        I""'1 l""'Ul """'' ■■•-il"-"'-'-'..-"'  ulna
M..I , Agenl,    ".",".","::"■'.": "'" ' ""imocUN  ii,
District of Kooienay.
Tuke notlco tlml Muni'noV. I'e Wolf
I   lloiiners Kerry.  Idaho, oeeupatloti
limber eriiiser Intends lo apply lora
special limber liconce over lhe billowing deserllied lumls:
Couiuiencillg ill a post plunteil oil the
north bank id Ihe Soulh Kork nl Cold
creek iil.niu 2i miles iu an easterly
direction .fruni a posl on the cast
Boundary of l.ol 4501 marked L'tni. 4*lo.
nu the Vahk trail nu a brunch nf Cold
creek, theuce west ItUI eliuiiis. thenee
smiih III iliniiis.. I liniice easl 100 ehulns,
Ihenee uni'ili 111 chains Iii lhe point of
I'DUinioiiceiiionl and euntainlng 010
ueres more nr less,
Monroe I'. He Wolf
May 7th, 1007. -'I
NOTICE.
Tn Margaret A. lOun, Kd. Ford,
Owen Junes uml b'rltz Itcbolzki, und lo
jiii.i nllier pnrlv ni-purties tn whom thc
ilforcsnid pT-.ui- luiij hnve Irilhs-
[erred Iii- or her Iuteresl In Um "Tip
Tup" und "Defciulcr * Mineral Clulius
silllllli- nil 111.' divide llolWOCII IVllSII
uml lliorite creeks ill Uu- Kurt Steele
Mining Division of Kust Knnleiiuy  llis-
Irim in Um I'rnvliu f Hellish Coliuii.
bin:
'I'lllte llnliee Uiul .Mill lire herein, I e-
ipiireil vv- i 111111 iiiii, I.'. iluv- from till!
lirst pilbllciiliiui nl lliis iinliee [n pny In
llm umloralguoil Um sum uf l-iighl
hiuulrud ilolhirs lining lhe iimoiiiil ox-
pended by liim on yum- liuerosl's in the
suid mineral clainia, slncii Un- your
piol. forussessineiu wnrk.
And fiirlher take miliee Ihul unless
said puyni.-iil tugether wilh ull costs ol
advertising, is paid within III.- lim,
above slated your ini,-rests in Um suid
eluiius shall lapse In lho iindurslgned on
| mil nt aald uxpun ru, ,,,, ■„,„■ i,......
This nolico is glvon in r section   I m. I'. He Wolf
,,f   Un-   Miin-riil   Ael   Alllellilinniil   Ael j      Muv 71b, (11)0!,                                         it
I'lllll. i !	
CRANIlitOOK LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Kootenity.
Tllke lllll ice llllll  Molll-on I'.  He Wnlf
iif Bonnet's Kerry, Idaho, ueciipallnn
limber eiiiiser, Inlellds lo upply for n
speeiui limber li ever Um lol owing itcseriheil lauds:
Iloiiiinenclug at a post plauted on lhe
north bunk of lhe South Kork nl Hold
creek aboul !' miles iu uu uaslorly
ilii-eeiinn irom ii |hisI ou the easl Ihmii.iI-
ur.v of l.nl I.V.il iiiiirke.l -Jim. llle. oii llio
) iiiiii  trull iiii ii brunch of lho Hold
Cl l<.   llmiiee  wesl   1110 uliulns, thunuo
suulli  III .-llllills. Uie usl   lllll ehllips,
Ihenee  Ill   III I'llllilla III Ule   pollil    of
I  ll.-ll.viin-lll       lln       i llltllng    I'llll
Haled tills Uth day nl Muv. A.II.. luu',
111 Aln.\ I'iiIbiiii
NOTICE.
Take mil iee lhat sixty dnysuficriliiie
ciiAN-iiiiiinK land lus-run-'t'. It intend In uppl)- lo the Chiel ('.munis-
lilsirli'l or Koolonny. sloucc of I'nb'lc Lands ami  Works at
miienoiireiluu I'nni iiiin.li.-v ..I crniiiii k,  Victoria B.'O. for permission lo pur-
"'*'• ' ''":,v ' """"'' '" *l<"'\>' '"' "  chase the following described Lands in
s|ii-i-liil lllnlii-r lii-.-llee ...ei-  lln-  Inllinvliii! ilea-     , '.
„l llllills
SiuiUmast Kootonuy,
'" *        -    --■	
aiil.l ■,•:.,''.-• ly chains, I In- smith ulglll
1"   chn   -   ihcncc     ,.  i   eight)   nliiilii» I John I'. Iirl
n   i -   lh„ , norlh cighivehnlii   lo phi '   CIIANIIHOOK  LAND IHS'I'IIICT.    .   Mny slnl. uuu,
In .ii g, containing ..in acrci  inure Districl nl Kontrniiv.
.  i'i - 'I'iiii.-miii Iiul   I   lluol'gil   H.-ll.  nil tlllANIIIllllll* LAND IHHTHII-l
I uleil M.i.v   llth, 1007, llf,.,.,,   inn     I-    I,, , Ivfni. I DlMll-Irl nl Soiiili l-insi k
\V    M, V I,,I,-11. I,,
Dlalrlet of Ki.i.l
It (' Mill Munin-.-uiil, li.I
Miliar In -in" .....   ii"    I   I.
' ..mt. "Uiil i I- al iiliinl.'.I
Kuit i nn.. Kiir r Intend In uppl) fm
pcriuissinu Iii iilituin  u   specilll   llllllll.r i,,',",!"' ,.|,,,^i,",'.|',i,l,"",',,,,,,'|l.e.'n!' iii'ii-'iUs miu'i',"
lleo. M.Jiuhl, Agenl, i; „,.,' thn  folluwlng  dcserllioil   rum a Iiii llinl'ier llroiiaii'iirariliufoilowbii
:      ' .." inclllg nl   ii   p.i l   plnnleil lmuis: Iraerllu-il luu la
". Ocelli l  aolllh-eilal cornel .,1 M.       Cm nel i i-l pltiuleil nl   il„-     '' '•'"''"I' "I " imsi plain ■ nurlli
'   Langle)    claim, Lnl  H1III7,  und  being ,„„, „si -,„ -,- ,,i Hu- ivesl li.-,- ,i Jitou™mHmlmMM'"o^
" in Inl '    h-wcat corner pnsl  nl (I. Ilillaril, and iibnul   in eliains north cinij-nn  nn llio l.lttlo Moyio ll'l'veri'tluinei
1 ll"*""* '•■      II    '"Ll"  loi'.iH   Ihi'i n-i of (he Initial pnsl uf thu nusl llcul  nl - ' is ■ Ilienai mi  ol  n„- auii
",,],,,"",i',','|„l ' ! ,'.      ','„    Dmnee "o'iiIIi in  ,,,*,l,3   eliains,   ihel     lliil'lll    elghly tin--uiil I n-n. I lillinnl. llu-    ivusl   su   b™""'   lliollnn mm HI elralm nee weal Sl
 ' uur,   uii-nr,   , ui sii  "bains,  Iluu    weal   nlglil)    chains, uhalns, lhe nurlli 80 (.lialns,  thence 'Jjjj,'^ ["J^"™p''.'.'".^..))',' Miu,''',',r\vi|Z*'-'i
rlinlii   In tlie imlnl nt i-iiinmi.i in,,,,      thence alilllb night) .-Iniin. ,.,,-i tUl eluilus, Ihel solllll SO llllllllls I use: llienre cn»l  in llu. wosl 'line of !•'
1,111 '"*'"' """ '*'  '" ""'   l.. plime  ..I   heifl e   emilniiiiie,   11-10 „|,,e, n lu-einelll IlllllnlngOlO   llflmn'i     ,,-„.   i   ,,,„il,   i:e ,. „s'
rl-tliunlll »...-.> ..Il...ls   I,    .•..,   ...,    ,„„,    ,  lien weat (0 llu. ■ iilnnliii: i iln
-un acres nun -Ins-. n,.,.,., fleas, ,             	
., ,,' mi,,,..,.,     j     I ii"-'' *l-n  MU.. Ii'i'.*. fl loll.
Mm ,'m "-:.                                   jj'til               i,nn. M. .Imili. Loeator,           Dnlod Muy Hill 1007.                 -I May mini
lull ul II imsi iililllteil ill Hi,, Suulli  j     Cominelielllg uln post   plunlcil   near
." i- u in airsilmliiu- ii,.,.,,,,,., j t.li.a soiiihwiisleornerof Lot ilii'iii, lliunco
lea ...uili ul tho Sniiiliw-Mlcorliorof    ft , u0 uliallls, Ihci soulh llll ehuins.
 uili   le i-liuius.  Ilii-liee ,    .
„,,„, :ndiniiiH i-i- nr ii-ss, iiimiie „mii, in  lliomio wosll80uhiilns, tlionoo norlh '.'u
■ iiiinis. liiiin si ri iiiuins  i < less m chains tiiplitcoof beginning,,-oMiujiijn,,
 i ui"-".'.' "i eniiiiiliiiiiK nm ,-iiuins J 4o acres ninro or less.
 '''*"'   Ilobml II. lliirniil.
1 "'" " >'•    I     Dnted Keh. 171,1), 11)07, s
lu I Mu. -.'ill. I1'":
 '.,,,11
.'UANIIIIIII'li   I.AM. DISTUICT,
linillil nl Kiifiliiliny.
'I-iii.i- '.'iluu .lului  I*   n.i.li:<-> nl .'.in
In-null II, (J. MIII Minuirer liiii-iiils tu u|i|il.v for
ii s] Iiii lliiil." r li n.'-i llio followlllK ilea-
.'rl I lului"
LAND NIITI. K
Nullee Is lo-ri-bv ttlv.'ti 1)11111*11 iluys afler illllli
I inlenil In n|i|ily lo Ilui clili-f ColllllilaaloiMtr of
I.tin.ls uiul 'Vni'liNitl Vl.-lnrlii (oi iirntilsHliii! in
lini-eliiise (lie fnlliiivliii; iloHerlliml llllills In I'nsl
Koolonny:
r ni-liii'iil ii liosl rliuileil nl Die s.mlli      r Iieltlfcnl II |>ust |i]iitili-.l III elilllim enst
in-sl nulii'i i,l l.nl Ml ll '<-snnili lo IIiii iinrlli   of l.nl. :!:<:, ,,u Die Nurlli lutnk nl Premier I.u lie.
II (luu ..iti. iln-ii si Sl) I'IiiiIiih tlii'iu'e   Uuu iimiii sn elm ins. thoneo. wesl 10 uluilua
iiiii Hi,lui lie  ilu'ii. usl  l!i I'liiiiiis. Ilieiu-e | lo 1.(11 U7I, llu-nee suulli HU eluilus more or less
uili lu,'liuliis, ll"'  ...-sl  HU eluilus  imire { (u llie nurlli liunil lit I'renil,.,-I.uke. ilieneeei.Hl
lias lu I.nl I.l llu-nee f.il lull ill!' Die Uminillirv , lltnlir 11 "Mil lllllil. of sulil l.uln-  le  iilitee „r
Lot III Ul ll." |."i I '-'" M'eilieill  nml   i meiie in.
lllillllllIB lllll ueres f  less AI.U'K I.I'M)
.1 rail 11 I"', llilili'.'s     I I'. 1,1'Nli A il
Mil) I'iiii. I-,*":, Ua       Dul.'.l A|.fll IMIi  llllll 11!
I TUK PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK   H (.'., JUNE
1907
ANKLE   REDUCING
*t\m |»t*o0^i?ctci*
A. 1JOLLY VARDEN ANKLE
"ONE   OF   THE   14"
Some athletes have clumsy figures while others eujoy tbe graceful
lines of a Sandow-
Sotue feminine ankles are swollen and bulky while others are as
slender as a fawn's.
Whether clumsy or graceful, bulky or slender the method of training is the cause.
The ankles are completely surrounded by muscles. If these
muscles are constantly strained and stretched by the feel wabbling
about on uuskillfully built shoe foundations, bulky ankles cannot fall
lo ensue.
Dolly Vardens reduce bulky ankles and preserve slender ones.
Why?
Because of their Free Flat Tread* which allows the feet to rest
free and flat on the sole. This prevents bending aud bowing of the
ankles and (lie consequent stretching of the ankle muscles.
Because of their newly devised steel arch support, which holds up
the arch and relieves the vertical ankle muscles from the leuslon
occasioned by falling arch.
Because of their Dead Level Ball and Heel Balance which throws
tlie ankles Into their natural vertical position.
Because thev hold tlie font and ankle firmly at every point In a
corset-like grip.
The Dolly Varden Agent tn your city will be pleased to show
you Ankle Reducing Dolly Vardens. Purchasers or Investigators
equally welcome. In the Slates and Canada at the same price -$6.00
andM.00.   Every Pair Goodyear Welted.   (To be continued.)
The Fink Mercantile Co.
AGENI'S, Cranbrook, b.C.
THE USUAL THICK ANKLE
THE DOLLY VARDEN SHOE
THE   SHOE   OF   FOURTEEN    NEW    FEATURES
BOSTON    COPYRIGHT. 1905, BY   DOLLY   VARDEN  SHOE  COMPANY     MONTREAL
V
iras uay
At Cranbrook
June 21
PERFORMANCES  AT 2  AND 8 P.M.
t$g
Famous Equestrians
18 Daring Aerialists
23 Merry Clowns
IMC BEAUTIFUL-
10 Lovely Ladies of Faultless Foi m in Cla.s
Poses on a Great Revolving Pe^ost**'
Le Fleur Tro"!"'
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!"THE PALM"
'%       CANDY KITCHEN       %
- 4.
% Wliun you want n fane.v boxor||11
J Iimi Bonsciill at Tliu Palm. 2
4 American Beauty       Golf Girl y
> 4
. College Girl ft
4 Bark Sirens       Gold Band J
* All Uiwiiuys anil all I'resli. *
| J
% Our "Home Mado" Candies ft
4 AHE THE HEST 2
AT THE
"THE PflUM"
11 Arabian Tumble s
Oele "breite cl
\Siirk (10) FamilK
ImiHci'i Br.ilesl Cycllstl ind Rolltr Skat.ia,
Reckless Rough Riders!
IOI) SHETLAND PONY BALLET
Marvelous fu\t
lists Supreme       [
7 Russian!
Cossacks;
superb!
GARLAND;
entree!
, Brand STREET PMBE 1S\
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TELEPHONE NO. I4I.
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SMOKING
TOBACCO
Illli    PLUG
S. J. MIGHTON
THE   TOBACCONIST.
,6SSSS**4-j*9«*^'r~SeSik'»SSeS«'S
I'KANllKOOK LAND DISTUICT.
District of Kootenay.
Take notloe that Roborl II. McCoy
olllruml Porks, N. D., by ocoupation
liinibut'tnan, intuiitle to apply for permission to purchase the following lie-
tierlbod hinds: Coimnenclnp al, a posl
planted al the Soulh Wesl eoruer ol'
Timher Licence No. 777". Ihenee easl
KUchains, llience soulh SO ehuins,thonee
wesl Sl) chains, thenee north SO chains
to point ol* commencement, containing
040 acres more or less.
Ilobcrl II. McCoy.
2!, Dated .lime 15th. 1IW7.
SATURDAY, JUNK 22, IU07.
Daring Aniericaii Acrobats With
lhe Norris & Knwe Circus
Th -y are More Original Than
the Koreigneis
llui'intr lln1 pasl \\ iiilrr ;i ilis
cussion wns sinri,',l niiionrr
owners of the big circuses us to
whetl'i-i' llio Foieij-n or native
circus ucrohal wns the more dur
iiif?, nnd conseci lently more
valuable as ti drawing card tolhe
circus manager. The discussion
litis aroused general interest and
will probably be seriously taken
! tip ul the next meeting ol those
interested in the while tents
Herulofoi'0 lhe tivorngo circus
manuger ihroughl ii impossible
to siuri Ids lour wilhoul several
high priced  Ruropean acrobats
und lln useipieiico was that a
number of clover American per-
I'oi'lllOt'S    looll      I hfl     tllllltos     of
foreigners, with Ihe rosnlt thai
Ihey pleased bnlh tin1 public und
lhn tniinngcr. Norris St Howe
i'lniiii Ihey havo played all the
soustilloiinl iMiropeiiii acrobats
nnd ti no liy came lo the conclusion
Ihal for during and originality.
Ihe American performers tooli
the palin. Por instance Norris
A Howe have two acts this season
thai discount any troupe of aero
bats over brought from Ger-I
many where tl is acknowledged
;l athletes of Kurope come
from. They aro the famous
TelTel Troupes of mid-air hori-
zontul bar performers. Upon
triple silver bors placed ai the
extreme top of the lent, these!
intrepid acrobats accomplish a
series of graceful and difticull
feats. Even wlien the horizontal
bars are placed upon the ground
one can appreciate tho agility
and cleverness of the bar-performers on', when tlie same liars
are placed high In the air, the
dangerous nature of Iheir
hazardous calling is at once
apparent, but it is a beautiful ael
that is always applauded.
Another splendid American act
is thai of theBauvard troupe of
young men and women serial
acrobats who do a "Hying act,"
passing each other In long grace-
I'ul Mights through the air,
Norris St Howe will exhibit at
Crnnbrooli Monday June 24th.
The problem of production in
the Craubrooli district will be
solved by cheap and adequate
means of transportation, The
Kootenay Central railway will
furnish transportation facilities
for the mines of the Upper
Columbia and Kooienay valleys.
...
Cold mining is the one industry
thai is not effected by Irusls,
trade combinations, business
rivalry or monopoly,
...
Lawn tennis, and golf are nice
games, and there are a number
of young men, in lhe city, who
will matte good players if they
only get a move on.
CHANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Kootenay.
Take notice ihul Lewis W.  Patmore
of Cranbrook U. C, occupation agent,
inteuils to apply  for a special limber
licence  over   the   following   described
lumls: Commencing at a posl plantod
al ihe Southwest corner of Lot B211)
Uroup 1 Kooienay District, tbence
nortii 100 ehains, tlieneo wesl loehaiiis
l hence sum h IHO chains, thenc isi 111
chains to poinl of eoniniunccmenl. con-
lainlng 040 ueres more or less,
1,,-wis W. Patmore,
26 Dutcil June s. Pui7.
* CRANBROOK
HOTEL m
I Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection \
Nearesl to railroad depot,
(bilious    for    lho    public
('ranbrook
llus iiccoinmo-
unequalled   in
HOGGARTH & ROLLINS    ffl
Proprietors $!
Hot and Cold Hat lis
School of Mining
A COLLEGE OF APPLIED SCIENCE,
Alllllited le Quf en's University,
KINGSTON, ONT.
l"or Calendar <>f the School nml further
Information, apply tn ih«* Secretary, School
ot Mining, Kiwo.oii, Ontario
Thej loUrmlni Coarnea are altered:
I—-Pour Years' Course fur Degree of B.SC,
II—Tliree Years' Courie for Diploma,
«—Mining Kngfneerlng,
A-ChemlBtry ami Mineralogy,
r—Mineralogy and Geology,
rf— Chemical Kti sintering,
t—Civil Rngincerliig.
/—Mechanical Engineering,
jf—Electrical Engineering.
h—Biology and Public Health.       •*
WANTED
50 Tie Makers
AT   MARYSVILLE
E. FEAGAN
Apply to
MAKVSVII.LK,
llriiisli Columbia
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
Summer
Excursion Rates
East
From Cranbrook
$52.50 To
Winnipeg,      Porl A rl Iin r
St. I'iiiiI Dulitlli
Sioux ("Uy
Sl. Lewis gtflO.0'1
Chicago Ml 00 Toronto%"\\il
Otlliwa %**2.".,'s   Moiilri'iil *?**!
Si. .Iiiluis MM.00
lliilil'nx #101.HI)
Tickets on Sale Julu 3,4.5.
ftiipsi, a, 9, io. Sent. 11,12,
13.
First Class Round Trip
90 Days Limit
CoiTi-liniiiliiii; I'liiliiiilIiiiih from iill|
Kimii'iiiiv |iiiini^.   TlnkolN imilllll
Inr lukn niiiln liii'lii'lln*!   iiIh iu
lii'i'llimin l.ukc BtDiuniii'H.   'I'lii-<.ii;
t'ttlus i|iuili'il to iin.v aim inn Uitlar
[Jllolll r   Mil rili    |ll'llvllll'i!H
ipplk'lltloll,
I. MoK. I I uyi-M, nrwrllo,
hi, .1. (Joylo, A,i i.l'.A.. Viu ivi
,1. S. GARTEIt, D.I'.A,, Nolmm
rQUN5HINi>
^ Furnace
NO BENDIN i DOl'BLK ANIi POKING "
AROUND rilE ASH PIT WITH A -3
SHOVI I. I'IIIII 1*1 ill. iSHI S ?
OUT < 11- THE si N'SllINE.
The Sunshine is furnished
with ii good, big ush-p;in.
All y.nt have to do is to
grasp two strong, firmly attached, always-cool, bA-2 handles and the lar^e, roomy ash-
pan easily comes out.
A minute or two is all it
takes to perform the operation.
All the ashes are in the pan,
too.
Because  they   are   guided 5J^^
into it by means of ash-chutes
attached immediately below the fire-pot.
Sunshine is the simplest, easiesi m inaged, cleanest
kind of a furnace. Vou don't have to wear overalls
and a smock when attending to the Sunshine.
If your local dealer dues not hand'e the "Sunshine"
write direct to us fnr  I'hik  liooui t.
McClaiy&
LONDON,   TORONTO,  MONTREAL  WINNII'rG,   VANCOUVER,   ST. IOHN. N.B.
PATMORE BROS. Sole Agents
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HOTEL J
Kimberley,   B. C.
H. W. DREW. Proprietor..
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Dominion Meat Co., Ltd.
i'lilin
liinil Ollice Culgn
WIHH.KSAI.K   AND   1,'KTAII.   IM'.A I.KI.'S   IX
All Kinds of Meats
Flour and Feed. .  .
< lur menl   is always  frnsli,  as nil our honf is killed in
Cran brooli*,
i .mn. ...a,........... a*am. mm*. . . »»w
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FOUND
Tiie
iN' IMKI'll ST., ONE ImidII WEST
IIII.I.  ,\   ni.     Tlio nnly  pluci' lu t
thill i'iiii undo- llll' nurth till' llvlllir,
do ii Hote
E. H. SMALL, Manager
£ ABATTOIR AND COLD STORAGE        CALGARY, ALTAjf
ssm— —•
3
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OUR CURED MEATS
a*   ARE THE BEST
tired
They are lean, thorouj^hl) snv
Canadian  goods,   put up in cli
Wide Breakfast Bacon
keel and
in  firm
73
a
3
8=
£
£
£ I'hanoYi
All Sized Hams    3
I P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.I
Hi'iiii om™.
Citl^iiry, Allii'rtii
Muil, OHI,,' In
Ci i.i.l.J
East Kim
ok, 1), c
unny,       -3
7iiUiUiuuiiuuiiUiUiuuuuiu*«ittiuuiiiauiuiuiutumuuuR
(Jto. R. Leask & Co
All   kinds   of
constantly on hand.
BUILDERS
A X 11
CONTRACTORS
I'iiii';, Specifications
nnd Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
building    material i'lll''. PROSPECTOR   CRANBROOK   ll.C, JUNK-!*!, inn"
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BELLS III
The Ribbon bedecked trunk on its way to the station is un almost daily occurrence
With June the month of weddings here, interest in bridal gifts grows acute; people are
realizing' more and more every day that there is more pleasure in giving- than receiving
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I    I IOI I'Vl'l
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Daint) Dinner or ioiiet Sets
lui'iitiolH'il   is -itopK
, ; ,      il ilt'sign; no cil) sii re
Pirtk'w l^urtzt Pood Grocery Departmetit
where  (ioocl   Thiriy;!-*   tire   main
PinJi's Crockery and Glassware L>cpt.
where Art nnd Beauty are attractive features
High Class Needle Work
We have an elegant   line ol Traced Glass:
real needle wm*];  in
Wine Sets
Water Sets
and separate pieces
Their scintillating beaut) will make anyone
sit up ;iiii! take noi ii i .
A S K   TO   S K ti   T II K \l
Our Goods arc
UARANTEtED
NOT SATi:
Hand Painted China
Our [-land Painted China is high class  and
presents every  feature that skilled workman
ship can develop    see our
Brush Trays
Salad Dishes
Cake Plates
Biscuit Jars, Etc.
EVERY     IMKCK    IS   ATTRACTIVE   AND
USEFUL.
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I KfiffnrP     \   IHO    \   lA^V  itisv-'-   =  also seven shacks.    Apply lo A. I hm   ULIJM^ f
I       I   I     I IU lUl 0    U   IUG    U   IU J £"""""'""'""""'T"""m"l"'"m''|     Miss  Tenni7~Reid   returned I   ^g^avT^1*™    S
White Canvas Shoes
| LOCAL NEWS.
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Arc the Correct I'uot Wear for Sunny Summer    R.Campbell ot Moyie was in
Thev look cool unil tcel cool.    We have th  in nil sizes town Tuesday.
Children-! si.oo.     Misses si
Mens S.vO''
i*!\|i|*,l,'t*,l.l,.\ S1IORS
Wome.ns s 1.50 and
isv "ti lhn feet,    Thev tire mado to til I
-•*>",    A  I.. Weldnn of Nelson was at
Craubrooli on busiuess Tuesday
Our Latest Is a
Dongola
Kid Blucher
Willi 11 Sens ble Toe nnd 11 Lew He
Price $4.50
limit Belangie of  Mnrysville
wns in the city Monday.
(*  D. M.'Xiib of Waldo wns in
the city Thursday.
Hammocks— (iood ones for
•sl,.*e. i '.i'i I er onus fur more.
Hesl ones &1.00 m Reid St tin.
Miss  Tennis   Reid   returned 3
liinio Monday from Westminster 5
IK I
I
where she  Ims been  at tending ||[|
school.
MA X II'I MIA   noTKI. S
A large number of Crnnbrooli
people were at Fort Stoele Wednesday attending the wedding of
Mr. Staples nml Miss Francis
Tiionhniisor.
V, E. Simpson nnd Harold
Hickenbotham returned Monday
from Nu nni mo where ihey were
attending nu assembly of the
lirnnil Lodge of Odd Fellows,
Manager .fames Finlay of the
Sullivan  mine  wns in  tho city
Wednesday   on   his    way    to
Spokane lo nil end n   directors
■ I   D  McBride received several I meeting of lhe Sullivan  Croup
ear loads of hardware, and wagon Mining    Co.,    which    will    bo
trucks ibis week. hold in lhe city Thursday.
K  Pint, Class Work In nil lii'iini'lies f.
' ith,. I
f,  I'lrsl Class '
1
rial Art |
1 Tonsor
*•*••.•••••»•»•••••»•••»•»'•
Why Cough to The Coffin
T It  V
Dr, Scott's Prescription
No. «»«» or
Cold (aire Tables
They do lhe work and  arresl
lhe most stubborn cold.
Beattie & Atchison
Where It Pays to Deal.
Comforlali Hui.-se Slippi
(Jhilils Sii.i       Him      ■'      '   Tan, Pink, ii""
CHILDUKNS SANU \LK Hi iYS IU\N N  S
sinSoi m:!n; ■„;;;;: K' on ♦*•*•♦*♦♦«*♦♦♦***♦*♦♦*♦♦**
Wednesday, al Cranbrook. * *
—                 9 Carpet Department 9
I'll oimer, 1 '   tt'    Arm    9 A
il"l> strong of Vancouver wore gnosis |# An "'  '  Hlg Slock of Tapostry, Hrnssols, Velvel
C^i    rn    i^w w ^ i^i>ij     "t,1,"r'' '"",iT"">,lliy'     f
■I                    m.^ m       ■ J               ■ -«     m~t**r    **\\\\\*a                                                                                   i •*» '"" '"   "l,,a *•••*-'x  ■ ■<-*iu-i* un- i-uiiiihiuij smrii  will   LCIl ***     v         *m,              »»/•--
J.         1.       lVVi\jCI\0.                                           'hi ttei'll 1,,,'osi. IV      VoMW.ll
Make No Difference
To the Blind
Whal wo say aboul matters optical Um.
how nboul yourself? Are you concerned
about your eyes'* ll costs vou nothing to
have youi eyes losled, and wo loll you plainly and honestly lhn oxnet condition of your
eyosight.
Wm. F. TATE
THK .IKWKI.KIi
I'.l'.l!. Wnli'li lii»|u'i'liirs Crown' Now  "uhh Dlrlxlnn
1.1111 lierineti ne*, er had 11 bolter 1 A
■ sollinjj  Iheir   proline1 ■ -
iml Axmlnstor Carpet* ill Cost.    Wo aro going   'Z\ 4. «'♦'♦:♦' <•*♦«♦<>♦.<, V * j <•♦» ^ , > <,-ft 0 v ~^
"il nf this lini'. hi'iii'i' lhi' e plain stock will go    J.    <•
Festival!     Festival!!
9
Fancy a,    Staph   GROCERIES and CROCKERY tlmn the presenl
Cu t (! la ss.  I innl      - VI i 11    Oh) vi     II     cry. 	
A large number of lhe  Koole
nay Indiiuis wcrolniiilingdeeriii w ,,. ,, ,, ■        i,    ■, , ,   ,,.
the viciniiy of Smill. Creeli  this * flalf Price,    Don I 'orgol 1 rlci
week
Millinery at One Half Price
Wo will sell all this seasons  lleatly-lo-Woiir  Hals al    9
Strawberries   n   Cream
Ice Cream       ...       Refreshments
\ Con 01  azinne will ho liolil al the
Kecton <.i • m 11 tl- on Thursday livening
nexl .I nne 27th
|Y For Misses and Girls 9
.   in   lhe  new   h'lrii   W 9
•rrn i'iiiiii ti puny,  9 Twenty-Fivo  Per Coul  nil  Missos and Girls Shoes 9
I i\IU)\9 iiiiii Oxfords.    This does mil   inc.liido our now 9
Hnnle H Klwell.    Only  r>,(KiO
re In he  sold,    Ho sure nml j i
lln
ilir ground  lum
eney in bricks.
slock of Canvas Shuos,
Men's Two Piece Suits
*!*    *
. //tu .  / S/oo(///ii,iri
\
ft
4
v
Ad mi isiiin i" llu 1 1 i',iiiiil'. I' ii-i'
Good Music.      Good Strawberries      Good Cream
Come One!
On-   I hois,   ''unii'  down   I'roi
I'urrj Creek  Mniiilii;,'     lln says 9
Ihal lhe machinery ol the Cran ■ 9
iiinoi. lh in. Co . is ng rapidly
installed, 11ml 1 Im I   il   « ill   ho   in
iipeniliiin inside of llfleon days
l''il'li'i'ii Mens Two I'iei'i' Soils,
Mr    Kdwiird   Ijiuirio,   son   of
Colonel Laurie ol  Monlroal   wns
agiiosl nt   the resido  of  Mr,
.lolin   Neilson   Hie,  week,     Mr,
g , t   111   ''ililni'     is     bighly     delighted
LOme     Alii   with Cranbrook   and   tho    sm-
, rounding country.
*
9  "
ranging  Inun ipl   lu A,.    ^
s*,iiii    Salo Price $3.95, 9   ^
Ten  Mens Two  I'ioce Suits,   ranging from $ ■ ;,n t-- '•'
*r'oo    Salo Price $5,95
ft'
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Seven liighths nl the hurl Sii ml V
I    Reid & Co.
9
Goods Sold at above Prices not charged or exchanged
rJ.D.McBRIDE:
Jj J Cnmbrook. B.C. HARDWARE *
$*^l{**iljHjH,T^«|ii|^^^^|*>   "-ft -4   ♦.»♦*'♦   9   9   9   9,1ft. 4   *;.9ft;9.ft.9ft.9.;ft.9ft

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