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Vol. 12.
No. 24.
Some   Throe Hundred   Pleasure
Seekers Leave Cranlirook
for a Day's Outing at
the Falls City.
The Knights of Pythias picnic1
at Elko on Thursday was a huge
success. Six passenger coaches
conveyed the large number of
pleasure seekers lo the Fulls
Upon the arrival ot the train
at Elko a large number of llie
visitors went, to see the famous
Elk river falls, while others visited other points on the river.
Immediately after lunch the
sports commenced.
Tbe tirsi event was a nice for
boys under 16 years, whieh was
won by A. McCullum 1st, and P,
McKee Snd,
The girls' race was won by
Miss Maud Short.
Messrs. Patterson and Bates
won the three legged race.
A M. Black was victor iu the
sack race, and the Imp, step and
jump event was won by .1.
In i lie 100 yards race Francis
McConnel won, the prize being
a l|!l,000 insurance policy donated by Arnold & Roberts. Mr.
McConnel also succeeded in capturing the running broad jump
The tug of war, K. of P's
against all comers was captured
by the K. P's.
J, Brechen won first prize in
putting tbe shot.
Dm iug the afternoon dancing
was indulged in by many, excellent music being furnished by
the Italian orchestra of Fernie.
The committee, chairman and
judges gave the utmost satisfaction to all, and were highly commended for the manner in which
the events were pulled off.
A large number of pleasure
seekers visited the falls, while
others whipped the stream,
catching large numbers of
beautiful trout, while many
found recreation roaming
ihrough the woods and dells
along the Elk river, which is one
of llie most beautiful rivers in
Southeast Kooteuay.
During the day, the Oranbrook
Brass Baud, under the leadership of Baudmaster Short, dispensed sweet music to large
Il, was 10. Ii> p. in. when the
train returned to Crunbrook, and
those who attended the picnic
were loud in their praises of the
Falls City as an outing place, all
having thoroughly enjoyed the
Lioensea Applied For.
gated garments, were gathered
at, Iiie mission, formed in pro
cession and marched io church.
Corpus Christ I is a festival of
the church of Rome, observed
ou the Hrsl Thursday after Trinity Sunday, in honor of the
Eucharist, li wits Instituted by
I'ope Urban IV., in 1204, and is
siill celebrated all over the world
ns one of the greatest feasts of
Ibe church.
Mosely -Carson.
H. li. Mosely of Banff was
married to Miss E. Carson of
Cranbrook lit llie Baptist church
Sunday morning lust by the
Rev. B. Goodfield.
Close of Public Sohool.
The public school closing exercises begin iu Wentworth hall
at eight o'clock Friday evening
June 22nd. All parents are
cordially invited to attend.
1. 0 0. F. GRAND LODGE.
Editor F. E. Simpson of Cranbrook
Eleoted Grand Master.
Victoria, June 14.—The grand
lodge of 1. O. O. F. election of
ollicers for the onsuing year resulted as follows: Grand master,
F. E. Simpson, Cranbrook; deputy grand master, T. Einblnton,
Rossland; grand warden, H. T.
Fulton, Lady smith; grand secretary, Fred Davy, Victoria; graud
treasurer, Wallace Law, Vancouver; grand representative, D,
E. Mackey, Vancouver.
Working Pauls #2.00. C. 0. S.
Dress Pants J8.50.   0. C. S
H. H. Ross uud H. Oldlands of
Pernie were Cranbrook visitors
Read Ihe MoClnry Mfg. Co.'s
ml. re the ••Sunshine"   Fiil'iuice.
Pat moro Bros., sole agents.
Cranbrook Aerie, F. <>. E,
held their regular weekly meet
ing on Friday evening.
Constable Corey Dow, J. linn-
buery and li. ii. Parker of Elko,
were Cranbrook visitors Mon
Win. Carlin and  D.   Bracken-
ridge of Furl Steele were Cranbrook visitors Monday.
Don't forget the school exer
Rises in Wentworth hall nexl
Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gillerny of
Winnipeg were guests at the
Cranlirook on Sunday last.
W. N. McNeeley, representing
the Medicine Hat Milling Co.,
wus in town Monday.
Lacrosse game Monday, June
18th, at four o'clock. Cranbrook
vs. Lethbridge.
The Cranbrook brass band attended the picnic at Elko on
It took a train of six coaches
to convey the pleasure seekers
from Cranbrook to Elko on
The lioense commissioners for
Craubrook riding met oil Friday
to consider applications tiled by
hotel men for the nexl six!
months, The commissioners
present were E, Hill of Moyie,
A. Doyle of Cranbrook. The
following licenses were granted:
.ItllllilH    lll'i'lVII,    lllli'l'lllllilllllll    lllltl'l,
11. s Mather, WIiiiIhoi' Hotol, Port
Nil* UiiiiHiiii, Wumi IliUnl, Wuna.
It.   II.   Itiiliitri,    Wni'iliii'i'   Hotel,
John llyiin, C'euli'ul Hotel, Wftrdnor.
Mulionnlil & Gourlcy,   Strathcona
Hotel, Port Hiuuli).
ChttB  P..  Plnoh,   PallKVlaw   Hotol,
A, P. Olioiiotto, Royal Hotol, Mary,-
Oliver A. Burgo, Perry Crook Hotel,
Perry Creek.
Alex.   Mi'l'ool.
Hteelo Junction.
Holier! .Iiillllhoii, Iriilinfel' to Paul
llniuUuy, Central riotol, Marysvlllo,
P. P. Johnston,!, A. Sleplntoo, P. M,
McMullen ami J. .\. Ooii|)lll Moyie.
. 'I'. Cavin, H'Hikunn Junction,
,1. Swiiuii'i'ioii, Khig.'fate,
•lumen Carroll, Ontario fliiiwn, Klni-
lierley.    l.li'i'llHi: li'lllHi'il.
Corpus (Jhriati.
Thursday being Corpus Christ!
Day was celebrated at the St.
Eugene Mission in the usual
manner.    The Indians, iu varie-
Manitoba Mason Grand Lodge.
Winnipeg, June 14. — The
thirty first annual communication of the grand lodge A. F. &
A M. for Manitoba and Saskatchewan was closed this evening
iu due form. The grand master
elected is John Mackenzie, Winnipeg ; depuiy graud master,
Jas. Scroggie, Winnipeg; grand
treasurer, H. Webb, Winnipeg;
grand secretary, James Ovas,
W. H. Baldwin of Pilot Butte,
was in tho city Friday.
Dr. Bell went to Gateway, It.
C, Friday on official business.
R. H. Bohail of Wardner was
in the city Friday on business.
J. Ross, Toronto, was transacting business at Craubrook
Governmenl Agent J. F. Armstrong went to Fernie Friday on
official business,
.1, Huchcroli of Marysville returned Friday from a business
irip to Nelson.
M. B. Loom is of Cranbrook
was registered nl the ltnyul
hotel, Nelson. Thursday,
Mrs. A. MoCoWllll and children lefl on Friday's train on a
visit lo friends in Quebec,
C, H. Powell, and W. A. Fay
nl Calgary were registered at
llio Cranbrook Friday.
J. Fitzgerald of Toronto, aud
R. Tone of (Jriswold, Out,., were
guests at the Cosmopolitan
Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. Brake lefl on
Friday's train on a visit to the
old country. They will bo away
for several mouths.
Lolhbridge vs. Cranbrook on
Monday afternoon.    Re there !
Working Pants 12.00. O. C. S.
Dress Pauls $8.50.   CCS.
Don't forgot the LACROSSE
game next Monday.
P. J. Watt, of Wardner was in
llie city Monday.
.lusi ur
ind nols.
rived, a carload of
A. C. Bowness
Itoyul   Hotel,   Port
Mr. and Mrs L. B VanDecar
were at Banff this week. Mr.
VanDecar trying the spring
water as a rheumatic cure.
The Manitoba Hotel recently
painted and decorated is one of
the most imposing buildings in
the cily,
J. II. Bennett of Nelson was in
the city Thursday. Mr. Bennett
represents the International
Correspondence school.
Preserving cherries 20th inst.
at Stewarts. Leave your order.
Choice fruit and price guaranteed.
James Carroll of Kimberly was
in the city Friday attending a
meeting of the licence commissioners.
R. McNeeley, D. E. Ryan, and
J. McNeeley of WyclilTe were
Cranbrook visitors on Sunday
Contractors Goo. Leask St Co.
were successful iu securing the
contract for building a school
house ul Marysville.
James E. Hogau, representing
Woods, Vallance St Co. of Ham
ilton, Out., was transacting bus
iness at Cranbrook for several
days this week.
you anxiously. Write or wire
care Win. Copley, general delivery, post office, Toronto Junction, Out.   HAROLD BROWN.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Flukor of
Trail, J. II. and Win. Staples of
Wyclill'e, and E. B, Willinan of
Fernie were registered ut the
Itoyul Thursday.
The regular monthly convocation of Rocky Mountain Chapter
R.A.M, was held in Masonic
Temple Tuesday evening. Visiting sojourners from Moyie and
Galowuy were present.
0. N. P.   Goal   Mines  Beat
Records in May
The C.N.P. Coal Co. in its
May operations exceeded all
previous records. The output
for thul mouth was us follows:
'l'l INS
...      5l'.7*l4
...     113,478
Coal Creak,
The Yule Columbia Lumber
Co.'s mills at Naknsp were, destroyed by lire Thursday night,
together with ovor two million
feel of lumber,
Dan. Clark, an umployee of
the Kimberley Mil ing Co., wus
taken to  St.   Eugene hospital
Fancy tomatoes and cucumbers
at Stewarts today.
J.S. Hogan of Hamilton, Out.,
iponl Sunday last iu Craubrook.
Working Pants $2.00, C, C. S.
Dress Pains *3.f.0.   0. 0. S.
E. Hill of Movie spent Thurs
day iu Craubrook.
P. Chenette of Marysville was
iu the cily Tliursdayon business
A. C. Bowness was at Moyie
Tuesday on business.
Working Pants $2.00. C. C S.
Dress Pants *8, 50.   O. C. S.
G. H, Edwards of Moyie was
at Craubrook Tuesday on busi
A. S. McKeuzioof Butte.Mont.
was at Cranbrook Tuesday on
li. E. Beattie returned this
week from a business trip to
V. Hyde Baker returned,
Thursday from a business trip
to Wasa,
11. Burrow und John Chamm
lugs of Fort Steele were iu. the
cily Monday on business.
Creston strawberries arriving
daily tit Stewarts!
A.J. Farquharson of Fernie,
and 0. W. McDermid of Morrissey were transacting business
at Cranbrook Tuesday.
Al Mutz, manager of the Fort
Steele Brewing Co., at Fernie,
and D. Munroe were at Cranbrook Tuesday ou business.
H. J. Abbott of Winnipeg. S.
H. Skeel of Calgary and D.
Bowen of Winnipeg were guests
at the Cranbrook Tuesday.
We keep a first class stock of
Dairy Supplies, such as "Sam
son" heavy milk cans and pails,
creamer cans.   Patmore Bros.
S. Black of Chicago. J. Balfour of Calgary, and R. B.
Wheeler of Wycliffe were registered at the Crunbrook Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McBride,
Mrs. Wrightruan and her mother
were at Wasa Thursday. The
trip was made in Mr. McRride's
new "Rambler" und was much
A league game of lacrosse will
be played Monday next. Cranbrook vs Lethbridge. It, will be
the fastest game of lacrosse over
played ou the Cranbrook ground
Both sides are out to win.
We have a great name for sell
Ing Iho besl. "STEWARTS"
Chocolate.-, anil Bon Bona are
made for those who desire
quality—pure mid delicious. II.
Stewart, Armstrong, Ave.
.March held the
monthly record, the
that mouth being 81,278 tons, oi
almost three thousand tons less
than the May returns. The
April output wus considerably
behind March.
The coke shipments
mouth of May were:
output    III
for   the
.. 22,190
It is expected tbat the coal
figures lor lhe present month
will establish another record,
probably not far from the 100, ■
000 mark --Fernie Free Press.
Football Events.
On Friday of last week one ol
fastest and most Interesting
games of football of the season
took place ou the recreation
grounds. The C. P. li, Shops
and the Gymnasium teams met
for the second time. From the
very start it was noticed that the
game would be close, as both
teams were strong. Some tine
passing was made on both sides
and a marked improvement is
noticeable since the season opened. Geo. Cauldwell acted as
referee in his usual decisive way
which showed that he kept his
eye open.   The score stood 3 to
1 in favor'of the shops.
On   Tuesday of this week   a
postponed game between the
Fire Brigade and the Gymnasium
teams was played. This was very
one sided, the score standing 6
to 2 in favor of the Fire Brigade
The games will close about July
Por the Levassuer Cup,
On Monday afternoon next the
second lacrosse game of the
series wiil be played on the recreation grounds when the
Cranbrook and Lethbridge teams
will meet for the first time this
season. Cranbrook team is very
strong and Lethbridge is determined to win. In order that all
the citizens may have an opportunity of attending this game
the stores will be closed at four
o'clock aud remain closed for tiie
remainder of the day.
us large as any paper published
in lhis district, aud when it is
necessary to publish a daily iu
Crunbrook, the public will find
tbai The Prospector will be
there as usual. We have been
here, iu Southeast Kootenay for
twelve years and there is no sign
of weakness yet. The Conser
vat Ive parly is not a losing one
ill this district and while we
have upheld the great principles
of the party for this number of
years, we are now In the lead.
The party, in this districl and
province, are united aud is gain
ing ground every day. Everything points to a victory when
the next election comes IIround,
and not only so Iml so united is
the party thai at such day as
they think a daily is needed
there will be one, and we will
deliver Ihe goods Our circulation is increasing rapidly and
the "Week" need not fear that
we will be dubbed  - "has been.'''
Caledonian Sooiety   To   Hive   a
Splendid Entertainment.
The bi-monthly meet iug of the
Caledonian society was held in
Pal more hall Wednesday evening Mrs. Abernethy and Mr.
Henderson entertained the gathering with excellent songs.
Beiug in a measure a business
meeting the subject of tho picnic
to 'he Wild Horse was taken up
and a great deal of enthusiasm
was exhibited at the prospect ot
the outing. All the necessary
preparations were arranged and
a good time is looked for.
The preliminary arrangements
were also made for the grand
entertainment to be given on the
21st—"Scotland in Song and
Story"—by Gavin Spence and
Nannie Struchau. From press
notices these entertainers have
earned golden opinions by the
excellence uf their performance.
Miss Struchau is a pupil of the
famous Albert B. Bach, and soprano soloist in Mine. Levantes'
ladies orchestra iu Great Britain.
Friday,  having broken his
While at work in the Mill.
Pitkin Bookhoiil was up before
Judge Anderson Wednesday
charged with criminal assault,
lie was commit led for trill I ou
Wednesday June 20th.
(J. Glasford of Mouse Jaw,
who has been at Memphis, Tenn.
representing the Crunbrook B.
of L. E., wiis iu the city during
the early part of this week milk
ing Ins report of proceedings
which look place at the convention.
"Sally" McKenzie dd time
resident of Cranbrook. who was
iu business in Seattle, lias sold
out and will go lo Alaska this
.1. W. Robinson of Iho Robin-
sou & McKenzie Co., who is now
loeatod at Rod Deer, Alberta,
vvus in the city Tuesday on company business.
Harry Drew of Kimberley,
James Ryan and Vic. Rollins are
making arrangements to visil
Seattle uud take in the races.
They expect to leave for llie
Sound city next week.
The Mission Baud of the Methodist church will hold au ice
cream social and give a concert
iu the vestry and church next
Momlay evening, June IHth.
Mr. A. Vroom left for the
prairie this week to spend u
short lime iu search of belter
health. A holiday will do him
good and bis many friends hope
he will feel much improved on
his return.
E. H, Grant of Montreal, T. I It is stated that one of the
Murlin of Calgarv, L. 0, Russell I Kootenay Central camps have
of Leamington, J. K MoPhall been moved to a point eleven
or Vancouver and W. L. Smith miles south of Golden. This
nf Pembroke wore registered at don't look  as   though only  10',newspaper
Getting Busy.
Ouly ii week ago came the
news that the Conservatives ol
Nelson hud decided lo start a
new daily, with Dave Carley as
pen pusher. Today it is reporl
ed thut Clanbrook is to have a
Conservative paper, but whether
a dally or weekly is not stated.
Kuowing tbe district well, and
the splendid prospects of devel
opulent, once the Kootenay Central is constructed, we should
say to the Cranbrook I 'onsoi va
lives bo tlrst iu the Held with a
good daily. 11 you do not hurry,
Mott will get ahead of you -
Ihen, look out. There is another 1
point A. II. Grace has courageously upheld the standard of
Conservatism iu Eust Kooteuay
for more I ban ten years. He
alone bus proved tbe faithful
Abdidl* uud il would be an outrage if he were overlooked in
any new arrangements that may
be made. The Prospector may
be behind the times now, but it
was well ahead of the limes for
many years. The Victoria Week
Tuu Prospector will continue
to   be   the   only   Conservative
News of Interest.
We notice that a number of
the leading towns of the interior
are adopting the system of having a half-holiday each week.
This is a step in the righl direction and there is no reason why
the merchants of Cranlirook
could not come lo some such
conclusion, and give all one
afternoon off each week to go
sight seeing.
Another item along Die same
line is early (dosing on Saturday. Why can not Cranbrook
stores close at 9.80 p, in. Saturdays as other places do. There
is no reason under the sun for
keeping clerks working until
midnight, Let lhe people think
il over..
Cranbrook Civic Holiday.
Thursday    was   Cranbrook's
lirst civic holiday, and a large
number of our citizens visited
Elko, while olliers wore at St.
Eugene Mission   witnessing   lhe
ceremonies attending the feast
of Corpus Christ!. Ill hers went
fishing, and many roamed the
woods iu lhe vicinity of town,
lu town things were quiet, many
business uieii quietly walking
the streets, keeping a strict
WAtch nn everything, especially
a possible lire. Taking llie day
OS ll whole ll is evident  that mil'
lirst civic holiday was a complete
Passes Through a Distriot Rich
in Mineral and Agricultural
Revelstoke Mall Hernia*.
Tlio prosperity hinges entirely
on the const ruction of tiie Kooteuay Central railway  lo provide
transportation for tho valley be
tween Golden and Wardner.    Of
the 100 miles to  be  constructed
only ten miles are yet under construction.     The Dominion subsidy is Still In force,  but a  subsidy formerly guaranteed by the
province was cancelled,   and  it
would appear thai the ini mediate
construction    of    the   railway
hinges nn tho revival of the provincial subsidy,     We are not in
favor of subsidies, bul there are
special circumstances commuted
wilh this   particular  line  that
would appear to warrant tiie renewal of the subsidy.   The pick
of tho lauds in the upper Colum
iiia valley lielweeu  Golden and
Windermere were given as  subsidies to railways In oilier  parts
of  the   province.       Had   those
lands been available a  sufficient
area could   have  been   granted
from  them  to secure the  construction of   the   railway,   but
since    the   province   has   used
I lies; lauds  for purposes in no
way beneficial to East. Kootenay
Ih'egoveriiinenl owes restitution
to thai section and iu  an  better
way can   restitution   be   made
lluiii by subsidizing this railway
to an extent to secure immediate
construction.   The East Selkirk
range   is   undoubtedly   rich   in
mineral  wealth  and   there  are
some well developed properties,
but these are lying dormant for
want of a railway.    Ranch lauds
have also been taken up and improved, bul at present  there  is
no  means  of getting stock and
produce to market iu the  fall
the time the farmer wants to sell
as navigation   then   ceases  on
account of low water    Many intending settlers,  who   like the
district  uud   would    otherwise
prefer to settle there, are forced
to pass it by on  account of the
lack of   transportation   all the
year round.   Orchards are being
planted and Hie hardier kinds of
fruit can  bo  raised  with great
success,  imi  again  there is no
means of getting  this fruit to
market just at   the  time it is
ready for shipment.   The pros
perity of each part is important
to the province as a whole and
with the fads we have before us
it appears the province would be
Justified, Iml us a matter of compensation to llie district for misappropriation  of  ils  lauds   for
other   purposes   grant   to  the
Kootonay Central   railway  sufficient subsidy lo ensure  the  immediate construction of the railway in question,
Explanation Wanted.
We arc waiting  wilh  u  great
ideal of interest  to  see  some ol
[our leading  liberal   papers  explain why lhe liberal party at
Victoria always wants the  gov-
eminent in make the fullest
statements regarding thoir transactions, i u (Tbe Kalen Island
deal.i Ami yel at Ottawa Mr.
Preston  and   ihe   government
leader, the Hon. Sir Wilfrid
Laurier suy they will not disclose I he names of the individuals
connected with the North Atlantic Trading Co. Would some
good liliei'iil kindly explain.
War Deolared.
Loudon, .liino 14.—The naval
iiiutioouvers are in full swing
War was declared   today  aud  u
ling off Plymouth
newspaper iu Cranbrook.    It Is battle Is proci
not behind the limns, having the The trans-Atlantic liners Arabic
most   modem   and    up-to-date 'and Teutonic have beon captured,
plant  in the  Koote [and   the   Noordland   has    been
oi remoroae wore i'ugi->u>ieu »»<"" "«'?   »=   ..—-o- —-j   --, ■   ■ ' ,,..«ri,i.iiiml
the Craubrook Sunday last. miles ot the road are to be built. | nay.    Its paid up circulation is overnuuieu
To Revise Red Cross Convention.
Geneva, Switzerland, June 11.
The conference for the revision of Ibe Geneva Rod Cross
Convent ion ol Isi;i opened bore
today. All the (lowers which
were represented in the convention of IWil have sent delegates.
Tbo conference bud been originally called for August, lt*<»4, but
all arrangements for it had to lie
cancelled owing to tliu breaking
out of the Russo Japanese war. THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK   B, I „ JUNE 10. 1806.
Lighted   By  Electricity
-   Heated By Hot Air   -
Cranhrook, ll.C
Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class Dininu Koom
jm-t        m,t . these are  cardinal   virtues, ami
QMJC |^rO0petUn*.   »„. t„ t„. prized far .-reular Uian
KSTAIU.lSlll-:ii     IHI*,
A. B. Grace,
l'lltl.lSHKK    ANIi    EDITOK.
the   fact   that   home life  is the
foundation  of nil   Iiie. and Ihal
municipal, provincial and nation
*       ' ul existence is pure only at thei   get
©tje  ^lrO0^I?I*tlv*lV.   liomi'lifp is pure    The  wiimen I
ll will pay those who ure
looking for work lo call and
'— of this city have been the force,     Jim    McArthur
the under ciirreiil. that has been
working so effectively   through      He can  secure  you a job and
UT Tew of our readers, we | llie years,   the result of Whloh also til you out III
imagine, ever    give    a has meant the  ushering In  nf
thought   in  the   value  nt* thisIsocial conditions  thai   ar
paper to the community    The tremely wholesome,
home paper has an lutluenoe for «   ■   "
good thai is hard to overestimate     '|'hni our city
(.lollies, Shoes,
lints. Etc.
HEADgfAli'l'KRS TOR TOURISTS AND I >I.H TIMERS     tt mouldg ,wWte 0,linton. „ „   „f  {U ,„.„..„,„
 aam .. .      a—  W«ll     Us     [llll'l     ill    pi'l ll I'l'l I llg llllli    |,Usilll'-
The Hot Water Question fZ!",h.gtll,,0TnTtii1T,,Be.0
*** *»v tmraa. w ».   »^,ww— —v lulo's   the   place   of II  standing done fl
Gail Be, Settled Bu U.s
QiiicMu antl Satisfactorily
Whether ii i- ;i Iwllcf In il»' klU'lien
I live  city   is :
w«ll iis pun  in protecting aud business Is doue here now at this
of the year than has beeu Hanson A\
i' several years.     We are
army lu guarding the llbertlesof „„i desirous ot having the pub
the people: 11 leaches your ohll lie think ihni we arc suffering
dreti morality, truth and power: from a boom    We ore enjoying
Jim Moflrtiliur
I'll VNIlltOOK, H.C
, il   brings   rich   Met
illL'S    III till
homes il   visits   with   hut   little
'reuse nl luisiuess and pins
Mr*    HkIiiii  TBAQHBB OP THB
rs. nistop       euNoi-diiiK
pcni>    Our inerchaiits arc pay
Illi,'i,'111   I'UpiU'lll    IO «l|l|llj   lllll j
ivuti'i' ror ,1,,ni,-an,'  |tui |hwi'» nml tli,',
lmil, run r :i imiii'i in '"■ wllar financial reward  for Its labors, j,,,. ii,,, highest  prices for pro
.•ii|«*l'l" "' "iii't'liiii'i »»'"'*' '"  'I'"  and   in   too   many   Instances not duce   and   arc   selling   gomls :u
iiiinic paper  is the "live and let live" prices aud the
al a ills people   arc   not  slow lo tulle inl ,
It Is the plain duty vantage of this onnort unity and
W'hllle ll'HIa.'  Illllki'a  III,   ,iltl<IVIIi r        W
nni  put iii Nul, kinds mill l»uh will a.
iheir work |..-i-f.-.-i 1 \.
Plumbing and Heating
.1,,!,. entrusted ',, us »n   rarrled mil I
Plumbing, Heating and Ventilating   Engineer
*m*YiHC* '♦*»'♦  ♦*♦*♦'♦»♦'   .♦  t> .♦. «•♦«♦<   ♦ .9   ♦  o  9
Yf'^-*i'-   ■•       ■       ■     ■ •• papers to your friends, bnug
The Fainter-., Paperhangers, Etc.
Remember we curry tho only stuck of 191X1
papers in Cranbrook.
Sign Painting a Specialty
All kinds "I  Painting and Decorating
attended to promptly.
$.9$.*■*:♦.:<*•':♦ :'■?;.•":>>:.♦:'*]' :♦:«:;•>•*.«■*:■*:fc*-*>:*&-♦ :*;
|        c. c. c.
\ Gaioaru Cattle Go.
4       Fresh and Salted Moats
J       Fish and Poultry iu Season
♦ Orders by mail will receive prompi and careful attention i
* *
any      'I'll,
mirror lu which it
lance see ill
of all who are Interested iu our u.,.|  ii,,. bargain:
to i,*ikc persoual Interest in tho i,v our uiurchauts.
town's paper and assist In ever) notice
way possible in making it a true t'AKK N'OTU'E   Uun  Slxtj  daya
representative of our intelligent afterdate I Intond to applj tiitlioChlcl
s and hospitable people as well as (-'oioiiiliwlmu-r of Uud* nail \Vorks flour  enterprising   and    rapidly
developing    tittle   city     Send
i'nnmi,-ii,-iuii at ill,' Southeast eoraor
■lie news and do   your   duly   toIof Lot Sll. lirou|i 1, thoneo oast twentj
your home paper and ilwill meet ,'hal"s'  'il"'"'''""'"'  '"''"'■v   "lmll">'
Special attention In lunch.
laohiilqun,   phrasing   and
grading of studios,
t'tir imrlli'iilins ii|i|>l,i Inl'. M. llciil \
i ii , I'li.' Druggists,
utilise tbe  folio
»U in Soulli  Kasl
*   * ' i   ,,- ,.-,        thonee west twenty chains, them
.    you more than hull way     Vi heu ,        , ,
9    • • 1Twentv  I'llittu* In  plilce  nf   1'i'u
*o |you help your home  paper you ,,„lUMn„„ r,„-iv,™,.,
' help   your   city   and indi
help yourself,   for   we   arc -.til]
! equally   interest,'
ami community,
in  mn*
Doted this 2nd day ol May. A.I)., liNiii
Hi Hum T. Vi'lniiii.
'''l.v I «»♦•*»•«»♦«♦»*»*»•«»*»««*»
i*   I fOHN  '
Vi    The besl   man we have iu our It        *-*'   UW1U'        *
♦ " 'y f,,1'1"'" -'"'eri1 *'.f °f thef Tailor % Importer of **
City is tiie uue that  will  always ♦ _,       .„     . *
*       Fine Woolens.       *
pro- «
^ Isit on 'he front seal of  il
a   gressive "band  wagon."    He is » , ,,   ,,.,  ,       ,     *
a.   ° . Cranhrook, H.C.  Armstrong A vo X
ag the Hrsl  one to extend an open i §
7r I, ' «♦♦♦•»»**»«»»•*•♦*-****»•>»»
W  hand  to greet the stranger and
welcome him to the hest city  in
the Kootenays.    He  will  resent
an insult to mu- city as quickly
as lie would a slur at  a  member
of his own family.    He politely
invites   the   chronic croaker to
"move on." He is ever  ready to
give his just proportion to every
public enterprise.    He talks up
our city at home and abroad and
believes il to the best place upon
God's  green   earth  in which to
live   and   desires to be   buried
here when he dies.    Let us all
try and be like  this man for one
year and our little city will take
on new life and improve as never
before iii its history.
Order by Phone 4-n
■ a**a**t**a**a******a * » >■ 11■"•■■■■<■■»■■— mmm—ml
Hay, Oats, Wheat, Feec
We hnvo this week unloaded n car of each kind
• Special Prick for Ton Luis, Call and so
buying elsewhere.   We also carry n stock ol
'i> befors
Harris Bros.
F. O. E.
Visiting   Qmthei'H  Cordially   Invited
('. l.'oss Tatk. \V. President
A. W.  lll.AI'K.  Si'CV.
A lady in our cily has found a
sure cure for broken dishes. If
the dish to bo mended can be
tied together with a stout string,
then place it in boiling milk and
left one hour, you can never tell
the dish has been broken and
ii can afterwards be put in boiling waler without the pieces
coming apart. This experiment
has been tried and proven and
many are the broken dishes which
were thought to be useless which
are now as good as new.
*       a       #
The women of this city have
labored earnestly and long in an
endeavor to maintain truth and
sobriety In the home, leaching
their suns nml daughters that
:ky Mountain Chapter
NO. 125.  ll. A. M.
Regular meetings:—2nd Tuea-
day in eneh month at eight
Sujuiu'iiiii^ Companion*   are
eordiatly Invited.
WM, l'\ Tatk, Scribe E.
I       Ilex 4       0RANI1IIOOK, H. C.
Court Granbrook 8943
MKI'.TS   SNI)   ANII   .'I'll   1TKSIIAYS
Visiting   lirothorn   cordially   Invited
C. It.,   A. MoCOWAN.
Secretary, T. M A list I.\ 1,1.
CUANUROOla,    •    H.C.
Solicitor, Etc.
Pacific   Coast   Points
Palace and Tourist
Sleepers. Bullett
Library Cars, Modern
Day Conches.
Dining Cars,
Best  Meals  on  Wheels
2 ~
KAST  A.N'l) WEST DAILY    af£
Fur full particulars, rates,   folders
etc, call on or address.
Seattle, Wash,
C.   U*.    MATTONEY,   CI'.   *   T..\.,
City Scavenger
Parties having back yards,
and closets to clean, and refuse
matter to be taken awuy, should
leave orders with me.
Leave orders at the I 'ity I 'lerks oltloe
or drop u postal enrd in lln.\ 105.
Carpenter % liuiklcr
■fJl^'T'TTy'Tyv     ON liAKBH ST., I INK l»«'ll WKST OK
IP \J s\f l\ 1 J       nn.l. ,v  en.    Tho only plnoo ill town
tbal ''un inulii' 111.- imi'iti Hi'' llvlug.
CosmoDolitan Hole
E. H. SMALL, Manager
Centrally Located
Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Under New Management
I li'.uliHiartiTs Im mininu   l'
1111-11  llllll  lllll   tllllt'l'S.
When you want a good
* place to stop come to the
''■   Manitoba.
u. a, Mcdonald, manager
We Give You Your Money's Worth
« Asm    3
fc , B.C. 3
Always Up-to-Date
£ Cranbrook,
June 25
100-Circus Champions and Celebrities-100
Good Work ul
Reasonable Prlci
Office and Workshop  Lewis St
Guests Comlort a Specialty   Good Stabliny in Connection %
Niillei   i- liei'i'lij  iflvon Hun  Slxtj
■inja j,fi,-, -iim., i in'ii'iHi 10111)111,, in uie I cranbrook
< t■ i.-f  I'm Mimoi'  nl    I.hiuU   nml
Worka '"i iii'i'iiiidgtoii to iiiirchiiHu iln-
loi ,,» ' _ iluM'rllwd  Inilii* Snntli   Ku.-I
Is -lllll lllall'li't.
 ni'lnii nt ii |,n-i iii  the
uiul cornel "I l.nl 204". thonco north HII
'•Iiiiiii-,  Ihem nai  lo ,'lniiiia. thenco
■onlli I luilns, Hi.'i wool 20 cIikIiih
thence north 20 ehulns, thence w,-at 'Jo
,'imili- ii, pi i iwkinninn coniHintnir'. G. tt. Thompson
Wai'MiH , 'nor loss.
li il
ll. K. 1.1 N'l'lI A( I M.
Boot-snoe Maker
All Wick (liiiii'iinli'i'il
New Work Mmli' iu Mniimnv
Nearosl in no In mil dopol.    Il;is uccomtiio
ilatioiij.   lor    Un/    public    unequulled   In
< Iritnlirook,
| Hot and Cold Hat lis
< "vS***t'4^1vCs
The Illinois Central
Miilnliiltn, ini'-.xi'i'll.'il ai't-iii-c  from
Hu' u'cni inili'- I'HMt nml HOilth. MiiklliK
etn i , iiiiii-   wiili   tniiiia   nf   till
trmiar'llltilli'llt.'l! IlllCB,    |lllHHOI»KCI'H   llle
i/m-n il,"ir I'hnlnc nl iiiiiIvh lof.'lllcilno,
Lmilal'llli'. Ml,>ll|>llla llllll Ni'll'< ll'll'lllla, '
llllll UirOlllfll III"-" I'llilll" 111 till' fHl'i'llal |
l'rua| lil,-llllli'tel'a   ilcairinir Infill'-
iiiiiii u to the litwenl I'llleii mul  Ileal
' il'Ollli'H ure  liivlteil   In   iiil'i'i-«|M»iil, o
Willi III" follllWlnil l"|il'.'-"HtHlivi'H.
II. FI. 'I'ltrMiiri.i,.Cotnmorolal A^ont
Ul' ■I'lihil St.. I'ni'tliiiiil, Oi'njfdn.
.1. C, I.indskv, T.K. A f.A.
142Tlilnl Si., I'lii'llini'l. Oi'okoii,
P, it. Thompson, P. A I'.A., Room
1, Oilman Blilg., Seattle, Waah.
SS Famous Equestrians 11   Arabian   Tumblers
10 KaoUmsst  Rough  Htder.   23 Marly Mirthful Clown.
[1 Russian Cossaoks 9  Sensational  Equilibrists
20 Astonishing Acrobats
A Comolmf* Japanm.e Clrourn
\       Superb  Carland  Entree
/ <; Scores of Trnined Wild Bensts
Herd* of Performing Mlophmnlo
Cumcls, Llnmns nnd Bos Indicus
Educated Seals  and Sea  Lions
Highest   Jumping   Horses
Thundering Roman Chariot Races
Trained Imported itabian Slallium
Only Lmly Jnpanese Artists In America
IOO Shetland Pony Battel
Cake  VA/alklng   Hoi-sen
Marvelous Picards w~!'
/c£tebr£i«!stirk (10) Family
•..mm L0 FlBUI* Troup*
Pretty Edna Maretta
J Grand Street Paraded*
Performances2 p8mP.rd
Geo. R. Lekk & Co
Plans, SpocificB lions
nnd lisliinati's
All   kinds   of   building   material
constantly on hand. T1IK PROSPECTOR, CK'ANBROOK, B C JUNE ll), 10011
^he gfrwpectoi*.
Norria & Rov/o Will Provide Many
Now  Features  and Novelties
lu i'lll regions o( Soutbensl Ki ole-
nay, whether esporl or novice,
Is impressed with tlio groat
extent oi' the territory over
which Hiis wealth in distributed.
Business* is oll right ■ no kick
coining nt I'lniiiiiiiiii,
Xni'i'is iS liowo lorm their
show ihis season   ''Tlio  I'MrsI
] Prize lilenls" uiul from tho pro
gramme submitted ii would sooni
| Ihni the term is noi exugeralod.
The    hiire buck    riders   iiicluile
Purohaso  Prioo  $3,00 a Month such   American  and   European
Allowance Made Pur Old Machine, oolebrltios   ns   Edna   Murotta,
I; dr soillL'I'Slillll lini'i' bittill riiler:
News at tracts rpaders. Tims
This Season Fatuous Bare circuiiuiou is won. Advertising
Rack Riders. pntroiuigo Is tlm onsy nml sure
rowiird nl I'ii'i'tiliitiini. This is
Hu' iiinuiiiiiioii upon whluh Tun
Pinisi'Ki 'iMii is established.
I lulliHiiiy lorllie iniiies is done
bv llie merchants of Cranbrook,
is   llie   lin.sis
8 UK
Arnold k Roberts
Photo Mounts
Picture Fraiiiliin a Speclaltu
prest pinko go.
Baker St, Oranbrook, B.C,
J. Edgar Davis
_*   llricklayer  A
'"'"'Contractor  w
Kiiruiice, Boiler, Range nnd
Fireplace Work u Specialty. All
description of sl,me-work undertaken.
Orders hilt at J. D. McBRlDES
Will ItocoivQ Prompt Attention,
Tiil'i> not loo Unit tliii'ty cluya artor
ilntt* I inti'iid In apply in tin- Chlof
('•MiiMiissiniii'f of Liinils :iinl Works fur
piM'inissioii to eut ami oarry uwii.v
timlier from tho following descrlbocl
lauds in SoiiLhea.il Kootonay:
Common nt tig ui a post plan toil 4i>
ohalne wesl of tin- tlmbor lloeneo
market] .1. A. Rroloy of pernio: thenee
west rsOolmins, thenee south -Jo chains
thonoo east lfto ehains, thonco north 10
ohalns, theueo west 40 ehnlns to plaee
of commencement containing o4U ueres
u:ore or less.
P. .TENSION, Locator,
Dated March SSi-d, 190(1. 15
90 Day Round Trip
Excursion East
Winnipeg,      Porl       Arthur
Dulutli, St. Paul.
Toronto, Montreal, Maritime
Provinces, New York, New
England, on appllcalion
.lnnu I, II, 7, iS, 25
July 2, 8| Aug. 7, B, n,
Kept. Band in
Tickets subject in usual I'tirliiiiuns nf
1'Olltl' mill llll'llltlO lllellls llllll   lll'l'llla   nil
C'aiiiullitii I'ln'lili' sii'iini'Ta 'in Ui'i'iii
Lakes.    Pull imi'tli'iilul'a fl'mil
Geo, llilliei', Agent, Craubrooli
J. H. CAIITKH,   D.P.A.,   Nolson, ll.C.
Sonie ot our boysseom to have
iho gymnasium crane, Thut is
nil right und proper, hut after
all the cheapest und hesl gymnasium in the world — one that
will exercise every brine and
muscle in the hotly — is a Hat
piece of steel, notched on one
,-ide, lightly lined into n wooden
frame, and, afler being greased
with u bacon rind, rubbed Into a
.slick of wood lengthwise on a
saw buck.
Wo are ready lo compete lor
quality and style of our job work
with uny priming office in the
Every traveller who pusses
ihrough the mineral und ngi-lcul-
Youi' iitliuitluu in culled to llie
"I'lniii'iii' Limited" li'lllim of tlm "Milwaukee a si I'mii H illwiiy." '"I'li" only
purfoot twill" in Hi.' world."
You will llllll ll, lli'llt'llliln  In I'l'll' llll
tliiMit tralni «lion ■.- ,iug in tiny point In
the Kiwtorn state!. • i' I'uiiiulii,   Thoy
connect   wiili    nil    Ti'iiiHi'iintii inl
Trains llllll   ill   '• lukul   Air s   h.-M
Por fiirllii"' l|i'nr|it»rtii.n. |iiiiii|ili1i>l«,
etc, ask any 'I'luknl An*onl or
It. I.. POItl) H   9  KOWI'1,
Pass. Agent,,        Ounoral Agent
7* Livery
Tennis nml drivers furnish-
ed for any point in lhe district.
A. DOYLE, MnniiKt'i'
..................H..,.,,.,,.,a,..>a.......".,a.,,.,,t n I,
Eranli and Dolly Miller with
their superb I'our horse en trying
act; Ed. Ilni'iiiii, prllioiptll riders
.luni'i Melville nml Iter high
si'lniiil horses! Evle Stetson, one
of Ihe few wiiinen who ran turn It
a ooinplele soinersaiill on the
bare buck of II horse while he
is swiftly running around the
ring. Edith Miislit'lyn mid Murk
llnvden nre riders from the Parts
Hippodrome, Thoy ure considered ihe chtiniplnn trick riders
ol Ihe world: Hnrbet'l lluiiiloy is
a daredevil rough rider, his
sensational dashes around the
ring creates consternation among
lhe more timid spectators; Win,
and Edith Stank perform a two
horse currying act, always one
of the mosl graceful und pleasing of numbers. Mr, Slack rides
two horses at once, at the same
time carrying his sister in his
arms; in lhe moan lime Miss
Stack is assuming all sorts of
picturesque poses while lhe
horses (lush steadily around the
arena; Austin King is the famous
jockey and hurricane hurdle
rider; Little Geo. Settler bus
the hesl chit ncct lo show oIf for
lie has four pure while well oilu-
caled Shetland ponies and these
he rides and drives luaslarllliig-
ly original manner, The number
is ii pretty ono and appeals
especially  to lhe little ones.
Norris St Howe will exhibit
Iheir all new big shows at I'l'mi-
brook Monday June 25th,
*|*   lfoiiilqiiui'tui'8 for
NCI'S ami OIIOXOK   ','.
l.'ONraTlONMUV +
i ice Gream «nni Sott Drink*
aihd Tobnooo, i*ipnn
mid Oigain
.!   Baker Si.    Cranbrook   !!
.!-_!_.t->t->1.atmlmtm1mX.aK.1mtamJmskmtmaAsaAsamasJtmtarn   .
We hi
TAKE   N'OTICK  that   thirty .day*
after tlm,- I ii,i,.,i,| to upply lo ths Chiel
u lhe business | f-'omm'"iiu'":i'of lund and Worku turn
//|J||l\\\\yN*'' down a "Sunshine"
furnace without getting
covered with ashes anil dust -has a
dust flue through wliich all the dust
and ashes escape when you shake
down the tire.
This heater is -n easily regulated and operated,
and so eleaii, that it makes the entire household
bright and genial.
Sold hy all enterprising dealers,   liouklct free,
| besl equipment in   III
y     giinrantee satisfaction.
from the followluii described lauds Ig
'"'"   «'e East i;„„„.„:,v.
flUNA mat Pianoi*;:
^nTT_    ""i risk,    Al
Hi.ii~.iu.ki I'
iiiini'iii'lns '" ii '''"■' nmi'kod liaiid
1,'i'iii'i.i^.'  a,,mini,-i   coiner  po»t
lii'i'ii-,- "A" |iliii.-,1 uboul ni„, mul one-
Wo :iiv lh.' aiiih,,.'iz",l  agenls  hall mil,. „,.,, „, Skoolcum.'hui.'k rlvor
for lhe removal of Musoiuv. Rlsch :""' '■''"•"' one milo u-osi ol o. S,
Pianos, we can do the work with-  l!','ll'">ll'» northo-wt rornor.    Thanoa
t'ltnnlntj s" I'hiilna iuj-iI,. theace *D
■.'liutiis in-i, thonoe sn chains aouth.
tlii'ii,-., Mii'lmin. m„.t t,, f.iu ,f ,,,„u.
■—-T^~*—, '                 i.                                                           I'Hviil Broi'ku'iirlilifL', Locator
gUSfO-   j I WH'i'leUH'rtuI Hi.- ,    A|lt.|| |3tb( , l(
A^fiti>    i Omnbrook Cartage nnd Transfer Co i-ir,,,,,. -}•,-,
I    ('(iiimioiieinu  '••■  '•  |>0hI   murked   D,
I.   NrPi'kiMirlcljfu'h      umitlii.tui       oornor
li'-'.-n-r il" um] luljulnluif ih,.., i,w,.»t
iiii'tmrof llfLMMc  A : theuuu nnrth   ICO
''llUlllH, U.r,  vv,.,,    |i|  ohhtll*   tllUUCQ
'Hi MlUfluilrw, ilim >tui -m I'balua
ri' i:. hn|i(it.
TAKK Not it'i* tlml thirty ilny* nfii-r UrttO I j
Itllflhl Id i>l>t>I.V In  till* I'llll'l  rtiliililKslimri Of
Luu,:-, mul Wiirks nt Vii'toHn for ti llru	
la t-iil uiul I'liny invn.v Llllllii'i' fiom tin- ml-
lowltiK ili'M'iilit'il tntulM In Siiiuli Ksi iCootfl
ikiv* fJominniit'ltiK tit n puRt |ilniilO"l oiih mile
nortli nf tlm soiitlnvcsi I'ornur nl l.m nil. Iiehis
Hi- \niih,'itxt (•nriiiTiill.oi;*.'::! uroup i ihence
tinrtli Hllcloihis. llli'lli'i; Hesl III i'linin-..   IhfllUO
Houtli in ulmlns. iiiiiii' si -ini'tiiiitis iii plm-t*
Duieil Uu-. i-.'tit
duy ol Muy, A.I)., iwri.
ll-'uilM   I'1.)
Kmpiiv Krai'iIniiiil Mini-nil Claim.
SiliiaU-lii Um l-'ort Btuela Mm Ini; Division ol
l-liiKl Koolenuy DUitIrI,
Whore loi'im-il:   Nnir LuknOrcok.
Tiikr iintlci' tlml. I, .limit's A. Hiiivi'V l-'tci'
Minor's UorUllciili) Nn. "H#!»70" uilltiK
ns nueiu ror .Iiiiuoh t. Luliiiuw. kmi'. No.
HT;W;*i>, \V. M. Tni'l'lUll, l-'.M.r, Nn. it;:ww. anil
.liiin.vs Aiiwuh, I'.M.iV Nn. M.,:w.;l. liiliitiil
six iy iluys from llioilnu) hnrvur, in upply to llio
Ml ni lit; ItiTOnlor for il I'i'i'lill uli' or lutprovr
iiiunlH for ihe purpohu of ohlnlnlnit n L'rmvti
Patmore Bros. Sole Agents
'v^v^vS^v^v? *^*7?*7?'7?*\W*7?*7?^i
I    Tliki'  nntli'i'  tlml   iiiiiii   ihiya jilln
| im,- I. Il„- , i   i   ,i, ,i    n,| i
11" ii,,'riii,■! i ,-si ,i ,,! i..,i„i.„i„i
U'nl'kalll Vl.'tnl'hi, 11.i   . l„i   ,,   -i |„1
II'*"     I H    llllll   'Ml I.l   llllll)   llllllii'i'
ll'ini Iln- lull.,ui,,.' ili'ai'l'lhi'il   liuiila   i„
Kin Kimloiiiiy,   r,,niii„.,„'iilr ,,i , ,i
|ili •'!  'il i    Null   milr   u,,.a|  ,,i
'"l'l"'   ''I ll   "li   HOlltll   ~i,l,• ,,i    linn
ifnhiK    up Sltiinkiiui   I'lnii'k    lllvur.
lll'-n list Sl) tllllllllrt, llli'lli'i,   amttli    su
I'llllill,,   I tl,-,    iv.-1   Sll I'llllllia, lh,,	
 Ill Wi'lllllllH, 111 llll. |iluiii. nr lii'i;|ini.
ilil'. ,'iilllllinillL' IHlllll'I'l'H IIIOI • I,--
llnluil ilil- lllli ihu iii .\|ii'il, 111,111.
1 ' llOllllllltj 111  ll  IIIl»l   |,llllll,-il   ||i„,in
iiiii    I mn' IiiiiI milu ,-n-i ,,| i o|i|ii>i
«,-i en ulmlns, iimi niirili in uhiiliis,
llllll ll-l   Ml   I'lllllllH    III    llll!    fill |
lii'iiinninu. I'liiiliiitiiuu mn hl'I'Ow in,,it
or loss.
Illlluil Iiii-. llll, ,l.i.i ,,l ,\|ii-i|, lllllil.
IT I', .loilHl'll,   I llllll'
ilinly  '"I'lu" fm
L of 1
iv hi
And iiiiihi'i' tiiko nitllco Unil ni'tinii. nnili'i'
I'l'iicii :<;. iniisi in*I'oiiiiii'-iii'iii hofore tlio Ihhii*
ni't'of stit-it Cerllllcnlo of Impi-ovemeiiu
|iiil<',l Mil, Tlii tiny ol Muri'h, \  l»., 190(1,
If) .1 A. HAUVI3V,
LL followers of Fsaac Wnlton should
have ;i look at our Fishing Tackle-
before making their selection, We
I Ianclle a complete stock of Flies,
Poles, Lines. Reels, Lenders and
everything thai a fisherman   requires,
Our   Prices   are   Consistent
With the Quality of the Goods
Take nnlluo tlmt thirty iluys afiei-i /jf
i hit <- 1. ilo' iimloi'.slgno,1, hit uiul init|i|il> *
in thu clii.'t CoininlHsloiior uf
Lunds uiul Works ai S'lutorlu,
I i.e.. i'mi- :i spcuiiil lii'i'iifr lo oul ami
I'urrv uwuy tiinbor from thu following
ili'si-t'ibfil lands in Ka*t Ivootuiiay,
('niiittu'iM'in^' ui a |in**i planted at Ihu
north west rornoi <>r to. Pearann \o. ">
linilu'p liuoiiHOj thonee south ^o elmlns,
thoneo west 80 ulmlns, thoneo north ho
elmlns, theuoo ouh! SOuhaius to plaoo of
heglnning, eonlatninji' (Mn nures more
nr lam.
Datud tliisinli day nf April, mm.
I*. .lonson, Loeator    i
in Marked I*, .lensun No. 1
, C. E. REID & CO.,   i
iPhone 74        The Druggists.i
'       DISI'KNSIN'li    OUR   KI'KCIAI.TY.
(,I'.K'I'I1',1('A'I,K ni'   I.MI'ltm KM,;\T>
I'eiln. Minrl'iil (Iiiii,,.
Sidiuii-in Um Mori Sici'l,' .Miimm HIvIkIoi
Kits) Kool.iiay DiMiln.
WHKKK l.dl'A'I'Kli     nn SI   Mmv\ fm
it boil l mill- hum Muryi* villi*.
TAKK    N'OTtf't),    liml    ivo,
Siii'i'lul l-'.M.t!. So. MhM. TlHimtm A   rjrvliil	
KM.C,   No.   H7!tU|'J,    .1 i   l,i'iihk    |.'.M.t!  \,,
W«m, Imt'iitl itlxly Any* from ilo*  ■ lii-ruol
loii|i|)ly to tliu MlnliiK Uui'onlur for n UiirUII-
"i KHCrmvtldliUllnl Un* .iluu,- rlalm.
Ami furlliui* laku tinlli'ii Unit iiclliin mm u
eul Ion a", mum bo uommeiuiuil biiroriiilii'l.«i
Hi'U ui' Hlioli IVillliniliMir IliiiniiviMtH'iHs
I in iml this tilth <l»y of Muy, IPfti
A. 10. WATTS.
JOHN l.l'.ASK '.-m
->-r-    HOTEL
Kimberley,   B. C.
H. W. DREW, Proprietor..
CniniiU'iiRiiig al a |iu>i |ilitnti-il lu
I'liiiins wi'sl nf Iln- iini'lli-n,'>l I'nnu'i'nt
I'. .Ii'iisi'ii'a No. 1 liiiiln'i' 11,'iulsi';
llli'lli'i' I'lisl llli'llllins. Illi'll,','ailllth lllll
I'llllillS. llli'lli'i' ll'i'.al    II)  Hlllins.   llli'lli'i'
llili'l ll  Hill I'llllillS III |.lll,'i< i.l   llCJ.'llllllll'r. j    ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
i-iilllllillill^ lllll tli'l'i'S llllll'l' III' ll1
Nnii.v Ih huri'liy liiini Uiul nn ii|i|ill-
I'liiinii ii ill hi' iniiili, iu Un.  I'lii'lluini'iil
,,1 I linn,111 III llll! Ill'iwnl Si'.aaiiiii I i.a-■-.•-
ur fur llll Ai'l In im'iii'|„iiiil., li.,, li'ul'J.
inn \'iilli',\ .fliillivii,v riitii|inn,i   lu i'iiii-
Btl'iicl  unil n|i"i'iili'' n  li i'i  I'lillwu*
I'l'innii iinliil nn tln<  Ihiiisli inl Iiiii
Siiiiihci'ii llniliiiiv iiu'iii' lh.- I'unlliii'i	
,,l KIN llii,'i- I Mluliul in Ii. llii'iii'i-
lllnll|{  ll iml   ullll)  <>l Kill lllvni'liiu
Iinliil niii'Hi nl  li'niillnu   lllvur:  llu'iii'o
 'llii'iMloi'ly   in  Un-   Fni'iliiij.,   Ilivoi'
villi.'.v: llii'iii'i' riillnivlinrli'oi'illiiH Hirer
iiu iln'- iiurlli nl ll'-nrii'iiiii'i li: llii'iii'i'
 Illi'ilali'l'll' llli'lm lli'lll'ii'ltill'l'i'i'll In
Un' Alliorla'lluiiiiiliiry:  tlimii'ii iiurlli-
■ ■ii-li'l'll' in Iim I'r.ni r  Allii'l'ln  In
n iinliil in ni- ui'itr lllcolnka; ii|ko
In-iiui'li I iin-.-. up i ii'iu'i'. Mn in. Suiilli.
I.i'llia Ullll  llilll'ii'llil i'i kaill!   in   tli,<
I'i'iiviiii'i'iil   [Inii-I   inl him wliii'h
lliiu nl' i-iiilimv irllli ,i> lii'iiiii-iii's
mul nil iln- n-111-kn ilmmil lo
Im il.'i'liiivii lo Im for iho ;,'ii,-i-iil
llllviiMlllifo ul Ciiiiiiil.-i. Ami liii-Hiir liml
tlm mill ('iiiii|i:iny -.lmil Imvo |imroi' in
1'iitiT intn uu !i!}i'i'i'iui'iii nitli or iiniiil-
liiiinnii' wiili uny Itkilivtiy t.'iiuipiiny
uiiu-,- Iim- ul i-u i I ii n i,. nr liriiin-lii-Mii-,,
muliorizml tu i>,, o|iithii-i! in tin' I'i'uv-
IndMlll I'.liliall I'l.liiinliiii nr aii,,.i-ui.
Sinllli X .liilin-tiiii.
21 Solli'llnra for A|i|illitinli<,
InliiK iho iiiiros iiiiiri.' or loan. T-ir\T",in"'    Ofm-!!-!!    T-1
 "■ zxxiz. I rOKl blbhLh
Murkoil I', .lonson Xo, ii
'I'lilrl.v iln.VMifli'i' ilui'' «'' iiili'inl In
upply iu tin* riiii'f ('niiuiilMMiuiii'r uf
I,inula nml Works lor n spi'i'liil lli'i'iici'
lu mil iiiiiI 1'iirry uiiay liiiilii'r from the
fnlloil'liiK ii''-s,'t-il,,-,l luuds in Suiilli Kust
Ki.nti'iiiii'. n.c,
Sii'iiiu   lliiilurH mul l-'iit'iiui't' Work «
Cosl iiiiil Klni'l, EslilllUles
Pui'iiislieil ll|iiiii A|i|ilii'ii-
('otiiiiii'iii'iiiy ui M-'l- I 'liixlon's simili |
ivi'st I'lirni'i-, llii'iii'i' wost,  Hill I'liiiitiH,
lliijni'umiiitli Hi.'Ji.iins. il i'ii,.i lilOj
i-iuiiiis, tlii'ini' iiurlli HI i'liiiins tu tin'
iln wi ApHi I2it.. mon. >,0. Box 834.   Gl'illllli'Ook, B.C.
Ni-ls. .lullllsnll's Sn. I,     ' ,	
, v i    ii,      ■  v    i ' KS***Se«»8**»SSS9e**«*«SS9B8|B
('oiiillli'lii'in,: nl Ni'ls. .lolilisiin s Sn. If* ft)
siinllli'ilst i'lirni'i' Nu. I. llli'lli'i' ivi'sl Hill  « ''rTjJt    a'^X'T  TTVTT71 ti
I'iiiiiii iliu lit ll pnst   plnilti'il nl llin
llol'lll-ili'-l i'lirni'i ol I'. .Iiiisi'ii's No,   -
llllllll,I' Hi'l'IIHl'l  llli'lli'i' -until H(l,.|||||l|s,
Uiul ni'.-l -SO i'liiiins. llli'lli'i'  Iiurlli lill
I'llllillS. llli'lli'i' uiul "II   i'llllill-   tu   pllli'i'
uf   In'U'ililiitiu.   I'lililiiitiillu    1140    lll'l'l'a
""'";;;::',;" ^iXZr It  SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR 1J0'IT!.K1)
lu Mill-kill I'..Imi Nn. ll X ... -
I'ottleil beer for familv
use a specially
Outside   Orders
4 P. O. BOX 812     ly
*     l'ISI,El'HOME NO. I     p
!!   Port  Steele Brewing Co., I^td.   2
(i ..
Noiii'i- i- in-i-i-iii irlron ihni  si\iy
iln.v- nil,-r iliili- I illlnllll I,, n|,|,l.i   In Iho
Chlof   I' in- -I-   <<t   I..in,i-  nml
Work* lur p.'i-iiii-ii.n lo puri'liiihi' llie
[nllimiiij.'.|i.'si'iil.,'.l Imnl iii liuulli Kust
I'niiiiiii'iii'ini., nl n posl   plmili'il in tile
-unlli.-11—t  I'liriior  nl   1.01   llll  (,limp   I
J ',   llii-iii'i,  Iiurlli  I,,i-li    III i'liiiins,   Hi,-,	
< > ll'llsl fori) III i'llllllia. llli'lli'i'soulli    Ijl.i.i
J I  KI) i'llllllia, ll -,< in -I luili   III nlmliia,
m j llio in',- niii'Hi III I'lllllllH In  plan'  ul   --
\'A    lliiiml ,.i (Iriiiiliriiok 'Iii- l-i .Ini  i,i
April, I ,,
ii i. ,i, m,-\ rrrii:
I'in ill llr,-,-k,-iii„lt... Looatoi
April I2lli, Iimii.
I.i,-i'i,-,- "C",
(.'uiiiiiioni-liig  ni  a  post   uim-k.-.l   IJ.
"'''■''"''"■i'i:"'-   -until,-ll-l     Ili-I-   pu»l
 -'' *' " I'lu I ill  III,' llurtlli'Ust   .'ill-
"'*' "I I'avlil Hi ki'iii'lilxo'slluonta'A'
ilii'iii'u riiuiiim., sii chains iiurlli, thonue
SU I'llllillS U'nat, thonco HI) ulmlns south,
t'"' HO elmlns ,;i-i to pla r com-
li-niil liivi-ii,-iii-hi..,.. Locator
April I'-'lli, llllli,.
' "'iiiiii'ii.'iii» ut ii poai inarkuil I).
llreckenrlilKc's suiitlionsl eorner |xis1
liuuiise 'ir plaectl nnc hull mil,, nortb
"I H"' soulliii'iM nor iif C,  W.  Wil-
sini'- lit'cnse uiul ul t one anil ono-hal!
iiiii.—,.,,iI, ufthe  iheusl  uonier uf
I', Hi lu-in i.iu'-'- i,-,-  '11*:   theuce
north so chains, ihunee m-si 80 clialna,
llionco south SO chains, tlionco east so
.•liuiii- in place nl uonimunceniont,
I'm ill Hi KinriiJ^i-. Loeator
April I'.'lh, Iiiiiii. |(i
Cranlirook Licence Distriot.
Tho lmil '..-url.i im-.-iiiiL' uf llu- Hoard
nt Licence Ciiiiimlssloiiors,  Cranlirook
I-''*'* ■  I'i-tri.'t. will  be hull] .it the
limit Huns.-, l.'rnnlirnok, ou KriUa)
•lnnu IStli, lllllil, in to o'clock in the
I'"''  When iiu- following applications will come before thu Board:
Hubert .luhnsoii, iranster to Paul
Hundley, I'l-utml Hotel, Marysville,
.lum,-a Hi-,.1111, International Hotel,
II. s Malher, Windsor Hotel, Fort
S le,
Alex. Mi'i'iinl. Koyal Hotel, Fort
Sli-,-1,-. cllon,
Nils Hanson, Wasa llolol, Wasa.
James Carroll, Ontario House, Klin-
II- II. Iliilinri. Wardner Hotel,
■Inliii Him,. Central Hotel, IVardner.
.Mi'liniiiilil ,\ (iourloy, siriithcmia
Hotel, Fun Steele.
llin- K, [.'inch, Kallsvioii' Hotel,
A, I', Cheliolti.', Ituyal Hotel, Mnrys-
Oliver A. Hui'jrn, ivrrj C'ruuk Hotel,
r.'rri i'i li.
I'. II. .Miillllls,
Chlol l.ii-.' Inspector
-l Craubrook Histilct
,Kt: Si.ii.-.- i'i.,   .isij, iln
ml l„il|,|il) inilii, i lilrl r,
Jailllll ll'i.rks flip  |,i<|- all
lllll fulli
li,,i Ullll
Iln-   Ni,
.ii-iiN i: \.\'n
The lllliiiiis (letilrnl
rlllllus, tl i'i'sillllll III llllllll
eust Ititl I'liiiiiis, t.lieiii'i'iiurlli III I'liiiiiis
tn p|u f I'lilllllli'lli'i'illi'lil,
lint,-,I April 12111, Willi.
Nek .liilinsnii',1 No, *.'
Coinini'iu'liiU nl  Nels. .luliiisuu's N'u.
*.'. soiilhi'ii-l 'iter, Um   Iim elniins
ivcat,  ilii'iire -In i-iuiiiis soulh, llu'iieo'
H',0 i'liiiins east, then In -linlus unrlh
lllll lit Miillll  I
 ll lis rnntlil III Ilir
M WITtlll \   llli'l'l-'-l.
I'lt-al I'JIiiw Work in nil lirmii'l
ui Un
til nlil f I'lilllllrllt '111. ft ,., .    .
Dated April I2t.li, Uhlil. * IOllSOriul
17 Nels. JohnBOii's No. II.    !S969e98SSSS**«9i»S9lM
GalKarv Beer, Ale & Pinter.
T. I.l'hi:!. & i:i).. Unv an il Gain.
Granbrook. B.C.
Maintains m
lhe iv  Ill the
close em Hi
(culled   service
sl iiiiiI -111111,    Mn
,    mill    ll'illns   11
iriiiisi'.ilitiii,'innl Iim--.   piiv-rlu'iT- are
Iflvcii their chnlcu uf 1 les to 1 ln.-ncn
Loulsrllle, Hemp Iii- mul Neil Orleans,
mul Ihrnuifh llu'sn polnls lu Hi.- fareiml
l-|-ns| live lliiv.'l. is il.,.iriiiM   Infill'
imili is In tin- luu,-,1  rule- im.l   heal
ruiites urn Invited  t"  'I'e«| loiim
llllll Hie fnllui. in . ri iiresenlnllvcs,
II   II. Tl,'l\ii!|-|.l.. 1 1,llllll.'I'l'llll A....-IH
lU'l'liinl SI., I',,11 Im,il. liri-juii.
I, I'. LlNHMHV. T, I-'. A I'. I.
I IS Third Sl„ I'orlliinil, Orei	
I'. II. TllllMI'SllN. F. ,v I'.A., Itooni 1
Column Uldi;., Seattle, IVaih,
Lllult Nu. I.
Thai I Intend thirty days fri late
i" apply i" Iho Chiel 1 onuulaaloner ol
Lands and Works for special Iii ce to
mil nml curt') ii.inj timber from following described Imnl iii Southeast Kootenay. r..iiiiii"iii'iii» ui a ...-I nt the
southwest cornel'ol l.m 2804, thenco so
.•Imili- south, thenco 80 chains ivesl,
Ihenee -ii cimiiia nortli, thence SO
chain, ,-u-i tu ph 1 eouiuie iiieni.
Loomed May llllli, USUI.
I l.v P. I. Miller
William Wesl, Agent
Lllllil Nu. '.'.
Thai I lutciid thirty days alter date
in nppl.v lu tin- 1 liii-l I'liililiilsajouer ol
Lands and Works for special licence to
cut and ,'bitj iiiin.i limla-r from follow-
illli 'I I ilii'il Illllli III Sulillli'iial   Kunte-
1111)    ' oiiiineiitilnu nl  p"-i  pliiiited ut ■
nol'tlieasl   I'ln-iii-r   .iml    ji.iiiiny    ll,    |.
Miller's sniiibea rnor nf Until  .Nu.
I.   the   "0 .'Inliii-  south,   thei  »l
i'linin- ii.'-i. thence so chain, north,
III,'  Sll i'llllllia east   in  place uf  be-
Located Ma., lOih, lum,
11,1 I), I. Miller
Wm. Weal AkiiiiI
Thai I intend iiiiiii days tiller dale
in apply 10 it.,-1 hiet i ,,imili,.jn11,-1 „f
I,inula and Works forspculal llcunee lo
eul nnd .-in 11 .iimi timber from lhe foi-
iimii,,- doscrlbuil I I- iu   S boat!
K nni.     1 iinitiioneliiK    ut    li.   I,
Miller's lu-as rnerol  limit  No,
li,  Iboiice   In ehains eusl,  llicuini  IHO
ehain, south, lhe   111 chains west,
ilim li lialns 11..11I1 in pin st be-
Loruli'd Mni Intli, IIHHI.
21 Hy Will uiiu Wesl
i"'   llllll   sl\lv   iluys   nil,,,   iim,. 1
Jiil-Uil 10 ii|i|'ly lu UlO Olllol ,,,um,I..I,nn.,  ,„
l..wl iiViMii.i,,, |,„iiiii..i„ii ,„ purelm.
 l"!l"iiiinl  ,1 il«-ii   Inti'l   Iii   Suiilli l-;i,.i
l"'""'"'"    '' im nt " I"- 'ii'iiat
\,,II I, 11,   .1 .-... I.*-, ..I I.I.I ISO   I 1 ll,.,|, I |l„„tL,|,ay
I" la-la-,  1 nn,I S' I iiiii ol Antll.ill
1 '""• i"'"-Iiii-i-    llii-in-,,  weal   in   eliuliiH.
llin..-,   -""ll, -11 1 lialns. tlil'll tisl in i-luilns,
Hi Hi   M  llllllllls   tl,   llllll'l  nl nritiiiiuiiy
1 lallilnj, Nl iirii-imii-,, 01 tell.
Aiinii- ,\i. Laurie
UllU-a May till, IlIKi, [v TllK PR08PE0T0R, ORANBROOK   B. C, JUNE 16, 11X16
^♦****«»*********«****** j L^\T'"" '""''"""* W»c Ifrogperioy. Head
J;;    i'. K. Ki'iuliill ul Bnyuus Uku       satkiihav, .iim-; in, iooh,
* wns in towu Monday
A   i •*-n*inT,i»tii»?fm?t?iii,nnni*t?*n,?iti*nT+ j
9    Working Punts*2.0U. cc s. §  LOCAL NEWS. 1
When you net u goud old-
fiishlniieil llcadaclio thai makes
your head throb; nml your eyes
whirl ;>>i,l iiiiiii,-- you sink to
miir -i aell try
Dr. Scott's
A .1.    A     lllllllll-V  l'l   Willllipi'e   Wil>
2 in town l-'i-iduy ,    worklnjs Puntssfc! no (   C. S,
<tM   9      A. T.  Clurli of  Moyie  wus u      Dress Pauls***.Ml.    i   C  S.
v-kv      jj   V Oranbrook visitor Saturday Inst
~ T\   9   LACROSSE   nn   Monday ni|     Headache    Powders
y \   9     Mayor Rogers was al  Creston four o'clock
HANSEN*! » 'l'"'"-'|ii.v on business,
bananas and oran
\ A Mt- Dupoul nl' VViuiloriuere
JT was a guesl al ihe Cosmopolitan
9 Priday.
T. Miirtin of Calgai')' wus in
iln- city Pviday i>ii business
1'    .1     Willi ul  Will,llirl   u;ls in
lliu city Monday
Get your loo. cream for Sunday
ui lhe Palm
Unii\   Bradford   of   Wycliffe
wus ;i i'in nlu'i ii ill -,-isitor Tuesday
lusi arrived, a carload ol bay
uiul oats      A  C  i low ness.
linn i (orgel iln school uxor
cises in Weiilworth ball noxl
Priday evoning
IN   TllK
HANSEN'S | fcNSEN-s\ *
Glove World r,0H mw>e\ i
All ihe "ilui fellows ti*) in imitate Hansen        t(A
but the) .Innl seem tu succeed as llie sale of        j§| . Constables Dow and Ward lefl
m 3s* fur Westminster luesday having
gj         Hansen s is steadily increasing. j».  in charge two insane meu who
5 11 were committed to the asylum nt
m 9 iimi city
J    Ask a railroad man about;  w, \„ w,,.,:w„„ w. ,,„,',
*_—.                                            .**.**   *                . *    j*      a SI the   besl   possible   prices   eou
awHansens. we will be satisfied 5 s,s„,„», ,,„iui,„.s,„,iss„
m X business     Our   Sunshine   Pur-
5 with what he says. % KXo^Sl^iS "X
A 9 furnaces are  right,  prices ditto
S '-,      '~ A  Patmore liros
S Our Goods are __^ *
9 i**--*tAm9Wmmm\\        tms^kmm   jTlW *   Mr   :u,.l Mrs, Purring ul* Wesl
* m____iBiS^B™niHL5Ur_55 9  ■ -s.-ikiru ,u c.,..i-i-.,,.
* jg^BSffnilMeBg       '< iiL ,u'ii"   i*'ri'i»>'-
i ^^ma*\_\ aWtl*\\\.\ If lUBIsS^Si^ Ml ini'lliei   iiiiu-li iiii|ii'uvi'ii i
S«>^^H9nPVkll-Ulle5^SR-iJ * w N m, N.'.'i.'i. ivpi'.'M'iiiiiie
^mm\*\ss9\m lbliKi>SM--E---W9'MnriPV PiAl'lA   ] 111,' M.'.llruii-   lint   Milling   I'n,
* ■IllMiS^SSlfalPi^V * .Millar publf  pri'iiebing   wasii.liiwnMondav
ttWlj.^grSgMyiigg>^^ir vou are. * -        w.n
S »*  \B(B^^"^ NOT   =,flTI^,FlPn ^   '        -dt-l chun-li ii.'M   Suiuliiv. Tumbull ot Trail,   wns  n
g ^— nwi a"iioncw.j| lhe [iastoi. lK,ills,   „,   chftl.jjt,
Thoy liiii't hurl you mul thoy
tin   tu   Stewui'i.s   for   choice slop any houducho.
gistered al tbe C'usmopulitaii
Fresh every day, ;ii Ibe
"Palm". Homemade candies.
Try liunil
Imitation, they say. is the ~| P-J   Martell of High River,
.   ,   ,i ,, ,".,.        ii.,,    33 Albt., was a guest at the Cosmo
smcerest   battery,       ii.ur zs ,,    ,,,,      , .
~3 p.iliuui I hursday.
vou  noticed how our style ~» ——
of advertising has been imi   3 J-Mcintosh, and .1.   Fletcher
zs "i Vancouver wero guests at. the
tated.     l-.vi'ii  to the very ^ Cranbrook Thursday.
zS Tin   Pire   Brigade   were out
Well its not hard to imi- 23 practicing   several   nights this
mii- mn  advertising, hut to 3 week.
imitate uurClothinir is a very 3 ,,   . ,.      . ,,       .
■   33 liiml liirgi'l Hie  school  i.'Xcr
iltlferint proposition.      We -3 cises   in  Wentworth   hull  nexl
-hi'« pictures ol our Cloth   3 Friday evening.
I -a. I 	
ini; .uui ilii'i are actual pic- zzS
I). B. Yates, business iniiniigei'
for llu' Staples Luinher Co., nl
WyclitTe wns tninsncliiig busi-
ness nt Cranbrook Thursday,
turns   drawn   from   actual 3
■,unii ills. 33
'I in- intisi is not iillinved --a
in iln mii- one mt-'i from the ZS
original  garment.      That's 3
,*i-i \ ilill-'H'iii from going to 3
iin    engraver    and   saying g|    ,;  ,.,   Aml(~s~   mmm,,. „r
the Sullivan Grouj) of Mines, nl
Kimberley, wns at Cranbriioli
Monday on business.
F, Vi Kelsall of Wnttsbiirg.
wns in town Tuesday. Mr. Kel
sail will shortly engage in bits!
ness at Saskatoon, Albt.
N. Hanson of Wasa was in tin-
city Tuesday. Messrs V. Hyde
Maker and E. Small returned
with him to Wnsn during the
Dress Pants IfcH.nO.    C. C, S,
One Dozen in a Box *25r..
Beattie & Atchison
Where It Pays to Deal.-
Th,' Loading Niuiv
I'KKSll     NI'TS
Fresh LettllCC,
liiccu Onions
choice Rlteilblirh
Choii r 1 lianges and I i.inanas
Hazelwooj lee Cream
-11 l\ mm*-- l-'INK  rili'i'iii.A'l'l-is
Hugh Stewart
Phone 75      ftnnstronu, rtvn
Don't, Miss ,1 Good Tliinti In
Tea and Coffee
50c,  l ea ni ,"51*.
50c. Coflee nt 35c.
11,-t qaalliy in llu' ''Hi fur tl line)
R   N. FINCH & CO.
I'lniiii' 182,       Cranbrook, B.C
Paid-up Capital. $10,000,000.    Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
ll. E. WALKER, Omeral Maunder ALEX. LAIRD, Arat. C.wi'l M«n»|{er
$5 am! under     3 cent*
Ovci   $3 anil not **xcce<.inK $10       6 cents
"    Sill        " " $30      10 cents
"    $30        " " $50   .....   15 cents
Thos« OuU'is :uv Payable at Par .»i any office in Canada ^t'« Chattered Bank
(Yukon i*xi*(-|'i.-.li, .ni.I .ti tlio pimrip.il Imnklii),' points in the I'nilcJ States.
They form an excellent method of remitting small sums of money with safety
uiul at -small cost.
Bowling Alley
In the Bradley Building
on Armstrong Avenue
Kvi'i'vlinilv ittvilril The Imsi
mul must |ili<!iN'!iit I'l'i'i't'iilinll in
I'l'lllllll'l Illli.
Oust  Tlmis nf   Pi'tT.v   Creak I timiihii notioh
uiul N. (', Mi'Kinslry   of Mlll'.VS-     .rai,„ ,m\eo   will upply loilioii i
villi' Wei'e I'egislei-fill 111  lll« Cos    O lH«U»mrof l.itniU Wurllsfur 11 Ht-elli-,, 1
mopolitiin Friday.
1 live  us ,i swell Clothing zS
ini .    \ 1 r\ different. ^s
We have arranged with z3
nni* artist in 1 hi nl in i.' (or your ^
iiis|n riiiiii.    Mr.     V.     A.  *3
Rollins dressed 111 one ol the z3
.. ,     . =3
New   .-nlil I I'tiuirv   nn-tn- z3
date suits.    Watch lor Vic. 3
iCratibrook's Greatest Store|
NU'I   III'    I
■ilil.'. 1 llll.'
•    Dont overlook us on the J
HOSE question.
.v. 1.1,111.1 "SEKYICE"
ind 1'i'liiin! .mil guarantee
li nay  •!,.- 1 .,- 1,.11,,».    1 mii,',nu    9
uln poat HI llie Sortti   IVr-l  i-npiiar nt   I'i'lei     x
Ki.si :>. 1,. . tiHlna In I-"'
■ balna   thi 111 •   1 "-'  11 1 Im        "" v'"'
l;ir-:^' limn.  iI„ii,,   IV, .' I    I     ,,,,.,       i,  ,..
s,,iuli   |(U|  i'llllllia t" |»»tlll nl   ",,,in- ,1,, rn.'i, 1      9
,,1,1., n llin :„ ,■■ -
,|    1,   ,   >j       . ,.,„ ai,.r
Pons    Uu   nh    ■ I''
Tli   Till;   sI'SSI \    1,1   Mill 11    i'i
,\Mi   TO   ' rs Sl ' ' I."' 'US
TAKK    N' 1TI1 M    Ilim    llu    II' "
KiUfliiniirliill  1 "■•   I.niiii'-".   itiU'iul   I
-.■11 lllU trillllla llll'l ,'h,'ltl,.,- tin- ,:
,|i,. iiii-,- 1 i|,' llirt't-'i' nl   .nil. ,-    Mir.     v
nth,    I'.lll.*,   jili'l   ,||1,|. .: .,',..      ♦
ili.-in-.-h,'-       n"i       ■" r-i
Muiiilii.i      Ihi       I ,•  !'    9
,|,ni,.,     nn,.      'I aunil      llini       llllll      „
ilri'il nml six in 11:3 k In the forenoon "II till.' |'I'''"JI-' - '■ '' I'' Ill'' ailill
i;,,,,,!- jiii.l I'llllttola in- .11 ill'   lli'llf   I'llk-
miiiiil, In llii'  I'l-ovl  nl   I'.n'i-i, ' ,,
'""bin. ThL.«, in 1-. i«.-riiH.(i  '•> Crtitibrook, B.C
in Um llll' -''!•■    II "'"I     II   »"'     4
follOWln)! ll'OI'llal
in,,. ,i.-, 11 I',   IS" , Hi- Miiiiifni'il l.'nr .
inliii- Hollor "" "I I- *    i„„
One l'l" v 18" Hit '- Knirlm with 9
-inok,- aiiii-k -i.-.i 1, .iimii-i   |il|ilii|i ( v  I'lltfl   >  I   "!*  ♦«♦:«,♦'. V«M Sl*,.*.*
llllll lillilll.'-.
  1 Holims -im Mill "ii" is-  Hoc
Inneriml tooth mi«
,,, d   We Have Hose, Reels and Nozzles Too   *
■ Si,
.mlilc iii sia\ longer *
______ 9
N ti    ■*, ii'iit sala pnsljiiiiii'it 'ur ;i hIioi'I Uiiig, w.i have ^
Cosy and
i„ti in,,,   Comfortable Rooms
Headquarters for
Mining Men
One l-iith lluili'i'.
Royal Hotel
A. P. CHENETTE. Manager
-im-. -I.nlliii'/ llllll lii'ltilltf,
Till, nl„,ir   Ill'llio    Hi" -IIIV mill .lllllil
i ••■i.i ii. -""""i Kmiiii i'""-. Mur.vMville, B.C
III  Mlllaln-lllll     N     11
i'i'"'1 Nltt-' -H"' IHun' Tin' above hotol has been roi liy Hrwlod, and neatly furnish-  lh),uliiOimmlml • .,/* hi«,t> it liml
tioiiii r.NiiiNi'.i'.iiiNi' i'i. i.in (.(|  t|„.ol,ehoui.    The Bai   is suniiliiicl with the best brands o" l i,„,„mi'.„/,.. liqiurimmi.
"■' '"..'     '"' IH" *•.,.. ti    I m  I-,.......   i,,.    n   i	
nl nml intrry llinlior limn llin follimlllK ile-
sfiiiii'il luutls in Soluli Kiihi Kiinti-nii.v. vlx.:
liiiiiliii'lii'tlii; 111 till' miltlii'ilM  i'iiviii'i- ul Hi,'
1,'iii'ilitliiii- llini,,'! llceiii ii   ferry   Cic, k.
llli'lli'i! south Ull llllllllls. till t' Clint  111 i-huina.
limn,,' IK,llh Sn I'llllillS. tlllllire tvl'slHUL'lliillia
In the plu, I I'litiiiiit-iirt'im'til.
ci'iml'i li. Illi .hni,,. mm.
-I IIAIIHV  ll.U'ls
Eyeache and
Driltis ri'lh'vii only toiiiliomi'lly.
liuiuovo   tin*   utiiiBu  und
flVi'fi n pornmnont   I'lire
SaiiKfaoilon guaranteed.    Consultation Free
wm. F. Tate k Son
Jewelers ami Opticians
OHlivlttl WhIi'Ii lii»|ii!iitoi'9 fui'i.'.r.K. Cl-ow'n No»t,
I'asi, Division.
Fancy Cheese
Jer ll>. soc,
Mr. and Mrs J. F. Pringle of
Marysville, Mr. and Mrs. Whitehead of Moyie. and Mr. and Mrs.
R.   Anderson   of   Michel   were
Take iinLli'i' tlmt sixty ilny
.im<- i
tend lo iijipi.v i" i'n-* ('liii'f Coiiiiiiixiiloiitir ol
Lunds nml Wiirkntil Vlotorlti rortwrtnlsalimlii
imri'liiwu the following ilescriltiitl lamls In
Simili Kust Kootonuy:
Coininoni'lng nl n i»om plnnleil at the nmnh-
eiint I'ornt'riif Lot B058nml butn** marked "Hun.
It. DiUmiiKo's uortliwost corner." Uiiniee nonlli
oiitlilycliuhiii, llieneooHst forty olmlns, tlience
imrili eiwlity i'liiiins. llionco west forty uIihIuh
to plaoo of Dominenoomeut. conlitlntitK in ml
HSOiiores, moro ur Iohh.
liHii'il,linn'iuA. t90fl.
^:i DON 11, IU'LMAIIK.
TAKE NiiTKT. tlmt thirty days after date I
Intend to apply to the Chief Couiwtiwlouor ot
gUeBtS at the ( OSmOpOlltan Oil Imm|8 and Works at Victoria for a luoeiul
Tuesday. j Hcenoe io out ami tuny away limher from the
1 following tleaerlhed inn,is in south Kast Kuote-
CommOUOillH al n post plHiittiil ill  llu- .sniiili-
woht cornor of Lot :i«i: thenco Hiiiitb t'lj-hty
chains to tin- norlhcaul  cornor   of Michael
Cheapness isn't what you pay
But wiiat you »rei. for what you
pay. When you buy a Kootenay
Range, quality of material  and I K*HMwr mu ewor'n lumi, thenoe mat, rortj
entire sattsfactiot, is what youh!^";:^;;^^!;,^!1;,,"'^,::,1
get, for wlmi you pay,   For sale rivor,t ,,,,i„ii„„iWaiii,ii.ui,i. t„ m„ ...■>>.
liy I'llllllOI'l' lll'lis. | ivusi imui'r nl !,iill*«i. Ihi'iii'i'iiisl lo |.lii,,- ul
Mrs. It. K. liislioi. or Marble-   ."""'"•I"11"""•''•""■    .„,.„„ „„„
/. ,     ia       r     , ,    ,.-   , '    W .1IIIIN IIIH'.SI. t
Inn, lain*., and   Ur. L, t . Iltslinp
of Marysville, wure in the elty
Monday, Mrs. Bishop, who Ims
been visiting her son, "tiie ilim-
tor," at Marysville for tbe past
month, returned to ber home in
Quebec Monday.
Fresh Strawberries al Stow-
arts today,
(JK,U.I'lU TIlNlil'.llS. nnnki'il "Tmiilsrli lur
O   Tlmhur Limit. Kimtoiiiiy
my Difltrlcl," will I        li (iurl leiilflr.   ThiitU what niakei
ihe undorHlitnod, up to nnun him aii*i afornoln llieworhl.   Iti
of   Sutni'ihiy.    Iln-   IWUi   ilny   of  .lum
fiom uny iii'iMiii ih'slriuK to obtain n upei'lul
thnboi lli'i-uic tn phi and carry nwny UiiiIiit
fioiij I.tu ; :ia\, (irmip i. Kootonay  hkiii<i j
Hliuuintl imiir McNoIIIIo'h Siding, on tin- line
of thi! (.'row'jt Niwl I'lma Kalhvay, and contain
lllll ll.liici'i-s i th]' Iumr,
Tlm pcrnun uffoihiH Ihu IiIkIu'hi rush hontiN
will in- ntiililcil lo impimlal llcon lovcrhiu
iin'-.nlil ioi  ii'iifwalih'for hvi'iity »ni' mu-riiM
Knch lender muni ho Aeeoift pit tiled hy it cur '
IIHi'duliU(|iio iniiili' p.iyi.lili" hi pai iu  Viiilnrin
tn Hi" iiiulomltftiu 1. for tin* mu l. f i in on, or \
the Ural yoiir'n fi'fH for mieli apcclal lice ■. j
uiul Ihi- uiiu t of thi' houiis tendered, and
alio a ocrtlllod oh«i|ue ror fM.io fur coit of In
ni ilui;, advurilfdnit nnd HiirvoyhiK nr hum lot,
Nlil. K. MACKAY.
ilui hiiiiiopiirllouliirlty Ihatonithlo'
n- looiltfryoti Ihe
Shil ing Six-Pen y Pipe
in the World
tvfiy I'ipr Guiirantccri,
SOIP IN CANADA roll   15<
TIIKV Wldli  NUT hl'jts
.lusi reinuinhor
English Stilton
per Hi. 50c.
Roquefort, Sociele (ie»iiine
Per lb. 50c.
Oka, French Tappist
Per lh. 50c.
Limburger   Edam, Dutch
lJer Hi. 41:11*. Each si.^5
Pineapple Cheese, Each si.25     ^
Canadian Cream. Two for :-^..
Fancy and Staple GROCERIES and CROCKERY
Boots,     Shoes     and     Hosiery
Cranbrook,   -   ■   B. C.
| P. Burns & Co. 1
£ Hanil Ottilia,
t*Z i
- dtliftiry, AlburlK.
Main OIHno for Eiiat Kootitnay, ZS
Oraubruok, B.C —•
Wholesale and Retail
£ Meat Merchants
Abattoir unil Cold Storngi
Dealers in  „.
Live Stock at Calgary. Alberta.   ||
*ai«(iiH»afii#iiB*H^ii«®»ii^ »H»i)»ii^*iKH*®iSiS*ii*ii'
All our Ladies trimmed and'i
Tailored HATS at Half Price
for the balance of the month
A lew of last years styles of
reaily lo wears to clear '2Sc.
l|        Children's SilK* and  Muslin Tunis and Bonnets
li slightly soiled.     Kegulnr prices from 50c. to $250, to 11
iJ, clear 25c.
Tiipin'i' .v Griffin. Liquors and deal's.
I'l'l'iri'i. JJ.l',. til, June, woo.
"Shield Brand"
The Tobacconf st 1 Shi^«ihimii«ih.^^       «iH^iB«ii«MH*^iHi%(r{«iiHi


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