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Vol* 24.
CRANBROOK, B.C.. SAT*URDAY, JUNB W.WOS.
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No* 24.
PEOPLE YOU MAY KNOW.
Visitors   Here    mnl   There,—People
Who   Come to   ('runbrooli uiul
Those   Who ilo Away.
Fred. Ritchie ol    Nolson, a knight
of tlui roud, was in town Thursday.
r.  Woods, of Ohorry Creek wiw in
town Thursdny.
Advertise   in  the    Prospector, the
paper tlmt everybody rends.
Potor Lnrs
Thursdny.
I  Wusa wns in town
Stewart's,   fresh
Butter milk    nl
evory iluy.
Prom all indications ftranbrbok will
witness n Inrgo iniliix ol settlers this
yenr,
Mrs. I-', w. Groon, n,nd hor sister
Miss Staples visited Wyolllto Thurs
-lay.
Kin'  Laddies nro     now  practicing
fur     tlip hose reel     races which will
tnke plaee about .Inly  1st
Second hund Typewrit fr nearly
new, fnr sale cheap npply to Patmore Hros.
W. II. Wilson, the jeweler, was
t runsaclitu: business n-t Moyie
Thursday.
Hume seekers are still un the move
in the Kuntenay Valley spying out
ugriculturnl  land.
The sound uf the hummer and saw
are heard in Ornnbrook In every di
rcction.
Wm. Ornig, wbu has been engaged
in putting in Septic Tanks at Fernie,
was  at   Cranbrook     Friday   un   busi-
Chns, Cock was at Nelson this
week attending a ruiiventioiT of the
executive of the Church of England
Synod.
T. II. Cavin went east this week to
meet the board of adjustment uf the
i inter uf Railway conductors at
Montreal.
Conditions throughout tlie greut
wheat district of the Northwest is
satisfactory. A big increase iu the*
acreage  is  reported.
Mrs. II. S. Aikens, will receive in
her room over "The Palm" on Wednesday June 17th, from .1 p.m. to ti p.
in.
P. It. Yates of WyclilTe, who has
been at Winnipeg fur sume days on
business returned to (Jrnnbrook
Thursdny!
For the June Bride, une of tluiHe
new and must modern SASK ALT A
ranges,ut Patmore Pros, one that
you don't have to polish.
W. M. Frost, manager of the Frost
investment Company, went to Wasn
Thursdny on Company business. In
his new, Rambler, automobile,
A. A. Richardson, uf Vancouver,
ami K. A. Lilly, of Calgary, were at
Cranbrook this week adjusting the
lire  loss  of  tbe  Cooperative  Stores.
Tbe Tennis Club and Epworth
League, have secured two lots on
Armstrong Avenue, ami a Lawn
Tennis court  was laid out tliis week.
Mr, John Neilson, C. V. R. L'om-
mereial telegraph operator, received
tlm report, of the Ontario nnd Quebec
elections he Accomplished this feat
without  a  single mistake.
Not one valuable book in a hundred costs as much in time, labor
and cash as the newspaper whieh is
sold al  live cents a copy.
T. II. Hoskins, and 13. Elwell will
leave tomorrow for (be const to attend a convention ut' Grand Lodge A.
I1', n A. M. which takes place in
Victoria next  week.
The froul nf the Ornnbrook Drug &.
Pook Store was improved this week
by a new uwnllig, the prettiest in
town, it is of u handsome design nml
lettered with a firm name.
LOOK FOR SHADE lor the eoin-
ing slimmer. I have beautiful sum
pies of nt ripe, awuiog duck. To be
seen nt my shop on Armstrong Ave
une.   A. Grenier,   Awning Maker.
The lire hull is being improved, aad
when the new llie alarm boxes nrO
Intnlled, Ornnbrook will have une of
the most up to date tire protection
brigade   in the Kootenay.
If you want good work done see
Patmoro Bros. They do Stenm, Hot
water, Hut air Heating, Plumbing
und ull liimls of sheet Metal work,
in the most modern ami up tu -date
style.
A Bargain in a dictionary—Webster's Imperial Dictionary, indc/ed;
and full sheet binding. Come iu und
see them, Cranbruok Drug & Book
Store.
Delegates to tbe Conservative convention tu be held in Nelson in the
near future, are now being selected.
When tbe convention assembles, u
consorvntlvo standard bearer will he
nominated to contest, Kootenay riding for the limine of Commons.
The Rev. .I. II. Wright from Kelow
na wus iu town this week; be is enjoying a vacation in East Kootenuy,
and supply the Methodist pulpit at
Muyie at the same time. Mr. Wright
comes from the centre of the famous
okamignn district, and was surpris
ed at thi! possibilities of this upper
country fur agriculture ami fruit
ra isi in1,
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Divide Between Bull River and Wild Horse
Southeast Kootenay.    Elevation 9,000 Feet.
J. A. Harvey, K. 0. went to Hosmer Thursday on legal business.
T. Alexander, of Fernie wus iu
town Tuesday.
H. Mutters of Fort Steele was in
town Tuesday on business.
Dr. H. Watt, of Fort Steele was In
Cranbrook Friday on business,
W. G. Long, of Fernie, accountunt
for the Grltes Wood Company, was
visiting friend at Cranbrook this
week.
Leo Sullivan's new residence on
Cranbrook street will be ready for
occupancy. It is one of the prettiest
cottages  in  town.
ETIQUETTE  COLUMN
LEAGUE FOOTBALL
On Thursday evening, tbe Beavers
nnd Rovers played n league game of
fuutbnll, which resulted in a score of
2 to it in favor of the Rovers.
The defence of each team again
showed Its superiority over tbe opposing attack, and tbe ball was kept
for tbe most of the time, out of the
danger limit.
At half time neither team had
scored, but in the second half Rovers
scored twice, both chance short. The
Beuver forwards seemed unable to
get the goal range, and did not get
a point.
Outsiders consider that the Rovers
were lucky to win the match. The
game was keenly contested throughout, and at times, foutball of a high
standard was played.
THE  NEWS
News put into print at the earliest
possible moment, it comes piping hot
from tbe presses with a delicate aroma that tickles the nostrils. But
it wont. keep. Its very essence is
freshness. What all tbe world knows
—thut is not. news; what all the
world will be surprised to tind out—
ah! that is news. " The Prospector"
prints the news, nnd it prints it
quick. And there you have it every
Saturday morning.
CROSSING THF LINE
While there is at present an Important immigration movement, it is
notice that ull tbe home seekers are
not ull coming from the western por
tion of the United States. There
seems to be a wave of settlers moving from Ontario and other eastern
provinces. There are a class of farmers that is wanted in British Columblu. Good farmers on good
farms such as can be found in this
province is what is wanted iu British Columbia.
This is one of the years when the
politician wakes up and makes himself busy making new acquaintances
and shaking bands with the old ones.
By  Kind  Permission    of the Family
Courier and Weekly Planet.
FOR DINER'S OPT
Gentlemen:—
Dont —use your knife for buttering
your bread invariably use your
lingers,
Don't—wipe your knife rn your trend
—always wipe it on tie sleeve
of your coat, or Lhe <-it down
end of your trowsers.
Don't—sip your soup noiselessly, (it
looks too much like steuling a
march on your grub.) Always
suck it down with a gurgle like
the sound of a noisy streamlet.
Don't—use your vijfiil bund iti handling your cup >r glar-s. In* a
riably use your left mm!, unless it is more convenient to
use your toes, in which cuse the
right foot only sti i-iW bo usi'
Don't—spread your napkin i.n your
lap—always ruck it under your
chin,—your lutiuiry bill is nlwnys a .:onsidoration. Don't
bother about > ur trcv-seiF
wben dinner is i»*er, it is gcod
form to wipe ,-.ur nose on your
napkin antl throw It nn t'.ie rat'
pet.
Don't—use your fori
is handy—forks
for display.
Don't—mix up  your
gravy—this is
in the nursery.
Don't—eat tlsh with
eat it with   a
is  permissible.
If wine is served—!n *ari;i
polite and .uy to yo t I.
botess, before driuklng:
'Here's a ho", or
"Here's nt ytvi", or
"I smile at >o.i", ov
"Here's luck",  or.
"Here's the hair   ».f
or some sueh cnrdlft
lul sentiment.
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100 CM3AM   SOCIAL
Next Wednesday, the Ladles of the
Methodist Church will bold a Strawberry and lee ('ream Social on the
Parsonage Lawn at. eight. Cool
drinks and Creston berries, ami a
special brand of lee ('ream will he
seasonable and refreshing, and an
evening concert on the green sward
will ensure n pleasant, evening for
all who can come.
The grounds will be illuminated,
admission is free, everybody wel
come. The refreshments will be sold
at moderate charges.
POLITICAL ITEMS   OF INTEREST
It is understood that the Ottuwn
government is now preparing "a Po
liey" with which to hypnotise tbe
voters of Onnada. The"huudle suck"
of the Grand Trunk Pacific is quite
Capacious, but it could not endure u
draft like that made upon it by its
contractors, grafters and middlemen.
There is a Dominion election cloud
looming upon the political horizon
Even Laurier is weary of sueh at
tempts to retain the conlidonco of
the people.
• • ■ •
Henry Luboiiehere says the [our
greatest men of today are Marconi,
Baenrgen, Edison and Carnegie,
which shows tbat Mr. Lahourehere
has never been fortunate as tu meet
any of the Dominion Ministers of
Ottawa.
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Tbe Grits of Kootenay are doing a
great deal of talking just now and
proudly assert they will sweep tin1
Kootenay, with the Curtis' boom iu
the coming elections. It's a wise
man who saves his ammunition till
the tight Is on.
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Probably the most outrageous piece
of political jobbery ever attempted
Iin the Dominion of Canndn was that
[mapped out by the Aylesworth Elec
[ tion Act for the purpose of gaining
control of the House of Commons,
{the culmination of which will soon
appear with Sir Wilfrid Laurier and
his ministers, playing tbe. leading
role, and gracefully backing down
before the persistent     elTorts of the
Conservative Opposition.
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]   The last time John Harry  Ham
mond got mixed up in politics he gol
sentenced     to death. down     in the
I Boer republic.
CAUSE OF Till-: OTTAWA  FIGHT
An Attempt tu Punish ConBervatlvi
Provinces Destroys Provincial
I.mills and Becrecj uf the Ballot;
Introduced by Aylesworth Hm lie
vised by Sifton.
Ayleswmlh's Obno:
Kleetl
The public Justly desires a plain
statement concerning the struggle ai
Ottawa ovor the Aylesworth Flection
Hill.
in iiif forth month nl ihe session,
Mr Aylesworth Introduced bis Mill
iu amend (he lOlectiol Vet, boing the
Mill promised si the opening ol the
three successive sessions, ami alter
the Conservative Mill tor eloetion ro
luini     had I a     Intiodueed liy Mr.
Ali-Miii. The Conservative Mill ^
directed agnlhsl fraud and corrup
i inn. and does noi    touch Provincial
control oi the     fratichlH    voter's
lists in any province
Till-: VICIOUS FEATURES
The Aylesworth Mill contains two
features on which the whole contest
I urns, one is that, il takes from
certain selected provinces the cun
trol uf their oloctton lists and uives
ii lu partisan nppointecs nf the Mu
nonUm Govornmont, tu be exercised
when the campaign is in progress.
Tbe other dostroyfl the secrecy uf
the vote by providing that ballots
numbered or markeil by returning
ofllcors shall  he counted.
The last mentioned feature dues
not need discussion, hut. will be cun
demnod nn its face. It simply autliu
rizes and oncouragos such election
frauds as were exposed iu the London
Mispiracy east'.
AS THF MILL READS
The other feature is set forth in
clause One, providing that in portions -uf Ontario and Quebec, not
municipally organized, and in the
whole uf Manitoba nnd British Columbia "Voters' lists shall bo pre
"pared immediately after the issue
"of any writ for an election nr al
"any time when the Governor-in-
"council so directs ; and fur the pur
"pose nf preparing   and giving effect
to such voters' lists the Governor-
"in-counctl may appoint nil necessn
"ry ollicers und confer upon them all
"necessary powers." It also declares
"tbat no person whoso name is not
"incltidod in the voter's lists so pre-
"pared ami revised shall he entitled
"tu vote."
WHO MID IT.  AND WHY ?
As to Quebec and Ontario the obvious purpose is to gather in the vote of transient, labourers on the
Transcontinental nnd tn authorize
"bush pulls." British Columbia nnd
Manitoba, especially the latter, are
sentenced to discrimination and loss
of political rights because they have
driven the machine Liberals frmu
power. The authors uf this tyran
nical measure are a group of Manitoba political adventurers, the inven
tors of the "red line" crime of 1904,
expelled from authority at home,
.,nd now conspiring at Ottawa
ngainst the liberties of their own
province. Knowing that the Indignant people or Manitoba, it left, tu
their own choice, would remove them
from the House of Commons, they
have devised this scheme to obtain
by manipulation uf the voter's lists
n election otherwise Impossible.
HEELERS To OVER RULE
JUDGES
By this Bill absolute authority to
suy who shall vote is handed over un
the eve uf election to partisan appointees, chosen at campaign time
by the Government candidates, and
not required by the measure to have
the slightest legal, educational or
moral qualification. This is decreed
by a party on a Government, solemnly pledged tu maintain provincial
control of franchise and election
lists. The province primilarly Belect-
a\ for this invasion is the one witli
t.he most advanced, most complete
ind most judicial system uf electoral
revision in all Canada, having annual
i'e visions pot'formed by judges and
Slvlng nil possible guarantees of
Fairness. It is a system so exact ami
just, tlmt large rewards have been
iffcred in vain lor the name uf n sin
le person improperly omitted from
-egistrat iun, while similar challenges
made in Parliament to advocates of
the Ayleswurlli Bill have fulled to
bring uui a single modern instance
of injustice.
A  RIGHTEOUS  FIGHT
II is liol to he QXpcctod that the
people of Manitoba would tamely
submit lo have their enso fully and
judicially prepared voters' lists
thrown aside, and to go to the polls
with lists made in the heal of election
strife, by a gang uf eampnlgn heelers.
Blicll as were employed hi the Irallilu
lent manipulations of pjO-l. Had the
Opposition   at     Ottawa   allowed   this
despotic     scheme     to     he     carried
through, they Would have heen Inii
tins In the provinces ntlacked and
also tu their own which might be
the  noxl   assailed.    They      Would also
have beon responsible for ihe serious
consequences which     would certainly
followed  tin'
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A  WAVERING   Lh.AMEK
Sir  Wilfrid's Tri Is  plead  that   ho
has promised to    amend ihis clause
lint lhe simple fart is Ihal lie Pre
infer has nITered nn amcndimnl, and
given no statement to show what he
moans In dn. The hill stands as If
stood when introduced in Mnrch, ami
when explained in May by the Minis
let- nf Justice. Throughout ihe whn
le of May Sir Willrid Laurier has hesitated ami evaded (be issue Driven
one way bv Mr. Sifton ami his foi
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ONTARIO  ELECTION 8
Immense Water Power of Sand Creek
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Southeast Kootenay
her grabbing adventurers, and on the
other by tlie Influence uf consistent
Liberals and the dictates of honesty
ami decency, be has, so fur, left tbe
hill as it originally stood.
SIM WILFRID IS THE <)US-
TRUOTOR
The Premier now knows tlmt his
Western advisers deceived him in 1903.
for the bill which they then secretly
prepared und printed at the Government Bureau was exhibited in the
House after Sir Wilfrid had repeatedly denied its existence, while its authors sat round and allowed htm to
mislead Parliament. He knows now
that his former Minister of Justice,
the present Chief Justice of Canada,
kicked nut in 1903 the same measure
which Mr. SUton and his friends ha
ve found Mr. Aylesworth ready to
lake up. The Prime Minister is sick
and ashamed nr the whole miserable
business, but has nut yet found I e
nerve to bring it to nu end. While
he hns heen beating about tbe bush
business uf Parliament has been delayed. If there is any obstruction
he obstructors are Sir Wilfrid Lau
rier and his colleagues.
OPPOSITION  KEASONABLE
Meanwhile Mr. Borden nml tlm Op
position members have tried their
best, to gel a positive statement of
what tlie Government intends to do.
They declared at. the beginning that,
they were willing to agree to any
provision    mado     necessary      hy  the
ver lapping" uf constituencies, ami
they have waited in vain week after
week for the Premier to muke up his
mind and state his intention. Sir
Wilfrid knows and admits that the
Bill cannot and should not. go
through as it stunds, but has offered
nu amendment, ami appears to be
helpless to deal with the emergency.
ff the business of the county is to
be done it is high time that this
Government obstruction should cease.
riu* moment Sir Wilfrid, despite the
•lamour of his Western supporters,
submits reasonable amendments to
the iniquitous Aylesworth Bill, the
deadlock will be broken, estimate;
will he voted, and the session will
close as soon us possible.
MINING NOTES
Plncor mining has commenced on
Merry Creek.
Hydraulic mining on Wild Horse is
in full Hwlng.   With   any nmoiint ut
water     A   large   amount   of   gravel   is
heing  washed.
Mail ll copy nf the Prospector In
yi iin friends and let them know
alui'it  ihe agricultural as Well as the
iiiiiini^   resources nl   the  district
Tlie success of the American mill
lim speculator is proverbial, He keeps
his eyes npen, spots the needy pros
pector, antl follows in the wake of
lhe good, ami gets in on Ibe ground
floor  ..i   tlie  hesl   prospects   lueated
ll is osUmnted that there is
enough ure in sight, and on the
districl io keep a north and soutli
dumps of mines in (be Ornnbrook
railway    iu  opcrnl inn     for    several
METHODIST   eilPUCll
.lum-     nih     Morning     service al
cloven,   s lay    Sel I    and    Bible
classes  al    three      Rvonlng   service
at   seven thirty     Subject   for  dlsconi
se'     "The    Books   Weir   Opened"
Tuosdny   lem    meeting ut eight
Literary   eveillllll     Essays.
Wodnosdny. Lawn Social ut the
pnrsonage at eighl
The Gyninii linn is now open two
nights in cadi week, Mondays and
Thursdays al seven All are welcome
to the us Im- I i
GAME WEDNESDAV   EVENING
A name .it hall was played on Wednesday evening by a picked nine
from the Cranbrook Hotel a,ud a nine
from the Cosmopolitan. A collection
was taken, up and the proceeds
$31.45 was given to the Cranbrook
City Band.
The Cranbrook Hotel nine tnuk a
very strung lead in the lirst inning,
the buys Irom the "Cos" evidently
having their minds on pie, ice cream,
etc., ami iml on the niune, fur they
let. in seven runs, all un errors. In
the latter hall -.1 the tirst the man
from Lucan fanned out the "Cos"
gang in one-two-three order.
The "'"us" hoys succeeded in get!
ine two runs in the second, donating tliree mure to the Cranbrook
team, and thus it was through the
entire gmue. A notable weakness in
the Held, and niiinhei less errors gave
the game l<> Ihe ('ranbrook hunch.
Cranbrook 7,3 3 4 l 2 ii      2t.
Cosmopolitnn    0 2 0 2 1 6 3       11
NOTES OF THE GAME
Will Rollins pitched a good game,
establishing a record thai will give
him a  uniform in the league.
Wllmot, the pretty boy with
bleached hair, covered himself with
glory, hy Ins simne batting anil the
manner ia which he covered 3rd base,
Hall, who was stationed behind the
bat.   delivered   lhe       g Is,    with   no j
mistakes. '
'riese,   i he  gopher,    after  striking
in live Innings     walked  the tirst,
and eventually reached homo.
Rayiiolds,   on   second   base,    played
ball,  that     is uot     everything that
came his way, hat those that went
by, well!  they  were many,
Pldgcon, imported an airship from
Montana. whicli enable him tn run
the bases for three runs.
We would advise the "Cos" infants,
to study the rules of the game, be
lore playing another game.
CRANBROOK  LEAGUE GAME
The leairue games played every
Tuesday and Friday evening, are
exciting ami interesting, and a Bour
ce of pleasure to those who n-ttond.
The   "bleachers",     an old     shed, is
packed with rooters every
evening, and the penny whistle, tin
horn, ami megaphone are much In
evidence, and t he ..und imt ii red bun
ter, chatT and witty saying frum the
hleacheis certainly add much in the
evening enteitainmont
The followlni! Is the standing ol the
leains :
Played Won Lost P C
Indepondntits      ll 4       l 667
c   p  i:   Shops   ■'■ -t       t 600
Town                     .'. I          I 200
KOOTENAV    RIVER  AT STEELE
Fort   Sleele,    Jum-     VI.    The   Koote
nay river is at high water mark and
still rising    A cousblornble     portion
of the Hat we-:l nf t,,wn i-. umlci wa
ter. A roporl (lum Wardnei i, to Ihe
oiled thai there is dancer ol ihe hii:
jt in nl logs at tlml point going out.
] Mall    nul   train   service   over   the   CroW
1 line i'. dolnyed  to   orno extent, cans
Oil    hv    lllgb    watei     M.    the    Miaille   .Ms
tricl oi  Alberts
INDEPENDENTS VS T(»WN
A large crowd un Tuesday evening
witnessed the league game between the
Independents and the town baseball
films.   McCallum      was  bit  hard   tu
he tirst inning, but in the latter part
if the tame "Jack" was there with
the goods. Jorgenson also pitched
:ood  ball,      with a clear     (dean out
ictory over his young adversary.
levernl nf the independents hits,
.•hich resulted in runs were raw
cratches due to errors.
The lidding was sharp, at times,
with several simile stunts that were
brilliant, notably a running one hand
catch by Wllmot in the right Held,
mid another catrh in the right field
hy   Fenuesy  and     one  by   Debeck.    A
bee base hit by Matthew, and a two
mse bit by McKee caused the fans to
bowl wltb delight.
Miller und Wilson behind the hat
scooped in the balls seldom record
ing an error. Tbe following is the
score by  innings :
Independents 10 110 0       . tl
Town 1 a 2 2 o n u  .*.
Umpire, E. Small.
BAPTIST  c|iri(CM
Aniiivorsii
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Hall.    M    A
Sorvlces will he held
Preacher Kev M fl
iieral  Mis lonary  Van
Majority   uf 42 in   House of   US, increased   to  C8   in    House   of   106.
Every Minister lU-tnrned
The Elections in Ontivi" WOS a
triumph for the conservative party
Mr. Whitney commenced the battle
o*l Monday with the record ot a maj
orlty of 42 in a house ol tts members,
r»nd now has a) majority of x,** in a
house of 106, leaving out a labor
member elected   in  Hamilton
The    conservative      majority   of   72
obtained in    1905 was    regarded as
phenomenal .  what can  be said of the
majority in 1908,
The conservative party from Ocean
tu Ocean will now look forward
eagerly tu the Dominion contest
Following the tuimiver in New
Brunswick comes the high tide ut
victory in Ontario and a conservntt
ve Increase in Quebec,
All the members of the government
were returned by large majorities,
with the single exception of Hon.
Nelson Montcltn, in South Perth,
who has a majority of .10. The con
servativps carried all eight seats in
Toronto and nearly all by majorities
running into the thousands, most ul
the socialist candidates losing then
deposits. New Ontario went solidly
lor the government, the majorities
being large.
The answer given by Ontario .Moa
day can only have    meaning lor the
liberal party      a notice to quit
THE  RESULT
Conservatives     Hi;
Liberals           19
Labor       1
Total     Miii
(\ mservn tlve Mn ji iri t y    6ft
CONSERVATIVE GAIN IN QUEBEC
The Quebec elections which took
place on Monday, resulted in tbe re
turn of the Gouiti government by a
'educed     majority.   The    Opposition
had seven members in the last hnlise.
in the new one they will have sis
teen.
The feature of  the contest  was the
fight in     the St,  James   division of
Montreal between premier Goilln nntl
Henri     Bourassa.     the     Nationalist
lender.   The premier    was considered
impregnable in this   division,   whieh
he has represented     for some years.
but Mr. Bourassa conducted a whirl
wind   campaign  and  downed   the  pre
mier by 51 votes.   The     premier will
he in the next house as he was also
a candidate    in    Portneuf    and    was
tected    there by a    majority of 825.
Mr.   Bourassa  ran  for two constitu
ncies,  liis second being  St-  Hyacin
the,    were the    vote     wus     a     tie.
The returnine officer will vote for .Mr
Buiirussa's nppuiient      hut  the  prns
pects are that  Mr.   Bourassa  will be
ated on a recount.
In    Quebec   province     there ate 74
constituencies,     and     returns given,
how   tbat   the      elect iun   resulted   as
follows
Liberals     53
Conservatives   and   Nationalist    16
Ind.  Liberals      2
To  be   Held          It
Total
74
WHY  WK ABE HEME
hearty
nl
Hi
Rv
ue extended  tn all
on      Monday  evening      lte\     M   E
Hall  will  i-ive his famrtub lecture uu
Dr Drummonds Poems
A  strum.-   I urn on I      nf  members Is
le<|iiested   lot   the above services
Cranhrook is the natural agrlcilitll
nil and mining centre of East Koote
nay.
The principal mines nf the district
are lueated within a radius of 2(1
miles uf  Cranbrook.
The lumbering interests are cen
tered in aud around this city.
Not  much stir in town (his week.
Several parties were lu town seek
ing fruit lands
All trunk mails, uml trails centre
at Crnnbrook.
The Provincial Government otiires
are lueated at Cranhrook, and Is
therefore the seat of governmenl for
the districts.
If you wish tn engage in minim;,
ngrlctilturnl, fruit raising, ur lumber
ing come straight  to Cranbrook. TllK PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B.C., JUNE la, 1908.
—      Farw® .
Where Shaking
is Respectable
4 Draft off /„
Jul.'. Kill'  1)0 nthrr
tilthtunc i, Bow.rlrji,   tu ...ream, th.
dust uui,am; in s.a'/fl. titui-. tSniu surplus
.ust rlt.S of il.i-lf ubut-r thu li',. Smxt
hull, a.stinits intu tlth-plt, una ui,:,sj teuit:
mat. autltt Is thurum aiiit"U,a. rti.,1 will
.,,-up, thrnitah uti-iluur , f» anj intu
am-tutor t fur.
In "Sunshine" Furnace the
legitimate dust outlet is provided.    It's a great big dust-
pipe   running   straight front
ash-pit to dome, thence to chimney.    sWhen big pipe damper
is opened, all dust in ash-pit ascends to dome;  then, when
direct drafts are opened, all dust passes up chimney.
Always the clean and quick
dust route in "Sunshine"
Furnace uia grate, to pan,
tii dt.it - pipe, to dome, to
chimney, to open air.
Write to us for
"Sunshine" testimonials
received from your own
townspeople.
LONDON
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McCIaryls
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A. B. Grace,
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Iriluil.'il  amount:   ih,   null.
PATMORE BROS., Local Agents
I NORTH   STAR        §
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I     3   for   50c.   and   2   for   25c.      f
Let there be uo mistake about the
I meaning ot the great struggle against
the Aylesworth election lull with its,
|traeeable ballot and its padded vo
ters' lists, Bays tbe Toronto Mail
Empire, Tliis measure was not devised to give freedom to the people or
tu enable thom tu better oxpress
thoir opinions upon public question.
li is rather the product uf tin- great
system of grab that has beeu iuaug
urated under the Laurier government
  Hy introducing   the marl.
oil ami numbered ballot ii coerces
large numbers oi electors; by giving
the government ihe right  ti> Buporsc
de lilt' judge tuade Voters'   lists  .Mid   1.'
make lists, of    its own li   opens ihe
way t«- a legalized "thin red line."
i 'i'lie passage ni t he bill means a
i triumph i"i  grail     Its defeat »iil he
,t ; uiiu >■    for public     freedom,   Tbe
trttggli   sn     pui 1 lament     la reall)  h
: i "iiiiiii    over  I he quest Ion     « bet hei
the people "i  the itraftei uli i
S'elson  New
. " .ui •    foi ' a states
:■ ea    I ■   lead the   pai t. to victor)
in the     Kootenuy     V.ud thi
testeuun '         •!
"11    i time   (or a    chaugi I hi
i ei  the     Lhmitniou   I
proved   an isi   potent   in  the elect Ion*
' .wive years ago, but     Its pi I in j
ii  the coming electious,    will  laj   in
lui i     ■   the     Liberal  govern
cui tailinp  ol     i i ■ ■
■:-■■    ii-i    the       lillie   till    Lllll
it ration lias bei u ii
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tory inlay i. st.
to  pre
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■-  that    the
ul that  the
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Jter I be victory
Ontar ]
that the elecl be the most
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Tlie bust val uo
thom.   Also n li
ivor  brought  in Inwn Irv
; slooli nf Hi islic Cigars
McDonald's Cigar Store
nl Trailo hi 111 i mi ettng Wo wi mltT
what te the n it tei M il cirn ton
I'l'iiunj: the welfare of the eiti i.od
district  should not be ne-;lieci'd.
Wli
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CHRONIC KICKERS
man finding
Onnhi'ool*, B.C.
Donloi' in PIPES, CIOARP/H'ES uml SMOKERS Sundries
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ill tin' local paper, open it up
nni ton in one he hasn't an ml vert i
somen! In it, Rve tn one be never
-'jivii ii a Job of wnrk; throo to one
ic iloea imi take the paper, two to
mo that if ho is n subscriber he is
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HANSON' AVENUE      ■ CRANHROOK, H.C.
We Iluy Every thing
HORSES, STOVES, nuw and  sure-mi  liunil   h'URNI-
TURK.   CROCKERY   unci   WEAl.INI'    APPAREL
WE SELL whui wu havu In stock al prices that
will surprise you. A visil to the Dollar slore will coil'
vince you tlmt wc have the goods, and can save you
lil'ly per cent on any goods purchased.
We Buy and Sell For (lash
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No Honing-No Grinding
Get aCARBO-MAGNETICf
RAZOR TO-DAY on 30 days
trial from your dealer and
learn all about real shaving
comfort.
ti STEWARTS s
TllK   I.I'.AIIIM;   I'Kl IT  KTO'IK
STRAWHERR1ES
TOMATOES      CELERY
I.K'l"l'l'l'l'',     GREEN UNIONS
BANANAS     ORANGES
HA/.ELWOOl) ICE I'K'EAM
S rtn in rs l''i\r rum i     .
Hugh Stewart
Phona 75      flrmstroiiQ, five.
FRANK DEZALL,
General Bliicksmltli
Diid Woodworker. .
\;   il ri  T res \pplied
Tn     Hugu'.\      Wheels
\|.I N PS     EOR    CAN UMAN
CYCLE  AND  MOTOR
CO'S BICYCLES
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Edison Tiieatre
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('O.N'TI.N'l'Ot'S  I'KltKl lllll VNl'l'
Moving Pictures
Illustrated Songs
DOORS   OPKN   7 ;!i"   P.M.
SHOW STARTS 7 17s  ti M.
Ailliilssion Adults 15 Ci'iils
Chiltlren 10 Cunts
REMEMUER
Only Four Nights a Week
Monday      Tuesday
Thursday   Saturday
Entire Change of Prngrtimnn
every Monday and Thursday.
OKE 0U1! STOCK OP
NEW BOOK'S, ALL
Till': LATEST AUTHORS
OR GET TIIE NEW
COPIES As THEY ARE
l'l BUSHED.
0 I' li M A 0 A /. I N E
T MILE IS BEING MADE
OOMPLKT E W I T II
COPIES i ie EVERY
PUBLICATION.
(.ranbrook Drug and       j£
Hook Company, Ltd. $
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Good   Paints   '*
Wo use nothing but
the besl and with 20
years experience in mixing and thorough tradesmen to apply the paint,
we guarantee results and
are responsible.
EVERY ONE OF
THEM
Unconditionally
GUARANTEED.'
Cranbrook Drug and Book Co,
Cranhrook,    B. 0.
WITH    A
FAIRBANKS-MORSE
GASOLINE   ENGINE
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THE BKKT it-
itfution
"IIK CHEAPRST
Plumbing. Koolia^. .Heat
ing and BloWfC Work.
CRANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
TAKK notice tlui,t Charles K. Har-
rlB of Criinhrook rancher, and John
W. Sprague oi Nanton, Alta, occupation rancher, intends to apply for
permission t" purchase tbe following
described land; Commencing at n
posl planted ai the Southeast cor
ner of Hloek 424, thenee west along
the Bouth boundary of Hloek 424 to
'i'li Hallway trnck, thonco south
nasi along ' ,P K Railway track to
we«1 boundary ol Hloek 425, thence
noi ti: to placo of commoncoment,
i ontaluins   100 acres moro or less.
ilharles K. HarrlB.
John W. BprftKiio.
Dated  May 9th,  1908 20,
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
TAKE notice that Jobn Oastelnr
McKenzie ol Cranbrook, B.C., occupation mechanic, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the foi
lowing described land;—Oommencing
at a post planted ut the Southwest
corner of pre-omptlon 1060, theme
east 40 chains, thence south 40
chains,thence west 40 chains, theuee
north 4U chains to point of
commencement, containing ItiO acres
more or less.
John Castelar McKenzie,
Dated  May 8th,  11108. 111.
CRANHROOK LAND DJSTRIOT
District of Kootenay.
(14) TAKE notice that *, Margnrci
Marree,  of    Spokane, Wash., occupation Widow,    intends     to apply    lor
permission to purchase the following
described lands:      Commencing at n
post planted     about eight    miles in
a    northerly     direction     from     the
International Boundary line and  adjoining   Catherine     Irvine's  location
on the west;   thence south 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains,   thence north
80 ehains, thence east 80 chains.
Margaret Marree,
Jas.   Fisher, Agent
April,  2nd,   1908. 16.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
(8) TAKK notice that I, Fred W.
Jarvis of Nelson, occupation Hotel
clerk, intends to apply for permis
sion to purchase the following de
scribed lands: Commencing at a posl
planted :. miles In a northerly dlrco
tion from the International Bound
ary line and adjoining (!.!'.Wells lo
cation on the east; thence north 8d
eliains, thence east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thenco west 80
chains.
Fred. W.   Jarvis,
.las.    Fisher,  Agent.
March 80th,  1908. 10
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B. H. SHORT
First Class Paper Hangers First Class Painters
and are prepared to do your work quick
ft:a~ftaft:*:ft*-4; *ft.*ft ^3«^r^$ipc<^>^3ic^
PHONE 57
Ui'iul Ollliio. Calgary, Alia.
FRESH    PORK
Tlie days of cold storage porli are over Willi US
Inr this year. Wo have received our first ear load of
live porh, and wo can now lill your orders for the very
hesl and linos! porli lliere is in he had anywhere.
Dominion Meat Co., Ltd.
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COLUMBIAN  COLLEGE:
:,l.\'.   'VHST.MINSTUH,   H.C,
B IMPERATOR    BRAND
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I Ham and Bacon I
B
I'ul up hy our people is lhe hesl in 1'
trouble is in ifi-i enough owing to  sliortagi
We have 11 supply of this Ham ami
ii.li-    3
Receives both Nadios and
•nili'iiii'ii as li'i'siilcni or as Day
udents, Has 11 complete Coin-
ireial or tjiisinoss Course. Pro-
iv- siudents lo jrain Teachers'
rl lieales of all gradoK. In
liiiiii.ii with Tiii.'iiN'i'n IIni
. . gives the Iiiui' years
ir (i •.„ Hie ll A. degree, and
Hrsl yoar ol the Toronto
liiiul ol Science, Has 11
■iiiii "Prospectors Course"
miners whn work iu II.I'
■£* lu'; ictions riven In Art,
3 Music, Physical Culture and oio
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRIOT
District nf Kootenay.
(IB)   TAKE notlco    thut I,   Perry
Wright of    Nolson, B.C., occupation
I'liirk, tntands to n|i|ily for    permis
slim to     pnrchnso tlie   following dr.
Hiiritii'ii lunils:   t* menclng at u pnsl
pluntod uliiiiit 8 mllos in u northor-
ly direction from the International
Moiiiitlury line and adjoining Mar
garot Mill-rim's location on tho
nnrth; thenco north no rlmiiis.
wiist 811 chuins, Uinnce south Ml
chains, thonco easl Kit elmlns.
I'.-iiy Wright.
•ins. FisluT, Agont.
April, 2nd,   1908. 10.
IP. BURNS & CO., Ltd.!
V
Main OtHre fur Kant   Kootenity,
Cranbrook, II.  C
g       Hoiul om.',.,
5^        Oalgnry. Alhurta,
^iauauuuiiaiiuuuiiuuuui'.uuuaiiluuuiuiuauui»iiili^
'Coin
Tei'
IU0II
Calendar    etc.   address
inun College",
npetis  Heplemher ITlli.
ORANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT.
Districl ni Kootonay.
'I'AKK notice iimi. Krvln It- Stroo
tor nl Wnldn, ll.c., oceupnllon linn
her, Intends lo npply (or permission
ii purclinBO tlio   iiiiinwiiur   dcscrlhod
llllllH.—Clllllllll'llillii;   n|,   i,     |„1HL    plllll
I'll ill. the hiiiiII si,   oornor "f Lol
020B Oroup I, Koolonny Dlstrlot,
thonco i'niil. I" chnins more or loBBto
the Kootenny Itiver, tlionoo follow
Ing river twiiik up slronm ilil ohalnB
mure or loss to 15. II. Btrootor's
pro-omptlon, llionco wcmI, 4ii chnins
innre or less In t,n|. r.zex, thonco
south 40 clialns moro or less to plnee
of lioRlnning,
Krvln It.  Hlroolor.
Dnted Apiil IKIli, 1008. IS
,it     *% CRANBROOK
I     * HOTEL m
Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection *%
I
Nearest to railroad depot,   lias accommodations   Inr   tin-   public   uueipiiilled   iu
Oriuibroolc,
HOGGARTH & ROLLINS    \
|P Hot and Cold liaths Proprietors
Geo. R. Leask & Co
BUILDERS
AM)
CONTRACTORS
I'ihim: hi imi. imx siti
h
Prof essiona 1.
Harvey, MoCarter & Maedonald
BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
CRANBROOI.,    -    B.C,
W. P. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
Granbrook-  • BritUhCoiumbitt
C. H. DUNBAR
HARRISTEU, SOLICITOU
und NOTARY   I'IMtl.U'.
Oranbrook, B.C
6. H. Thompson
iiAHuis'i'Kic & sotaeiTon
Nll'l'AltV I'lllll.II'
OFFICE   KEID   BUILDING
Cranbrook, B.C.
THOMAS   M c V IT T1 E
P.L.S. & C.B.
Port Steele B.C.
Ullillllll..
DR. E. W. CONNOLLY
Ptiuslclan and Suroeon
OFFICE AUHS'l'liiiNi;  AVB.
Hours;   ll to 11 u.in.  - ml p.m.
7 tot) ii.m.
Phono Office 105    Roitdenco 10U
CRANBROOK AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
.Mt'tjt nvcry Friday ui 8 p.m.
Visiting   Hi'iiilii'rw  Cordinll}1    Invited
Chas. Smith, \V. Presldont
M. II. Hii.i.iNiis. Sony.
Aerlo I'liysk'itiii. P. o. Box 28.
t^WWWlWAVWAVMMiVMiV.1%.
Rocky Mountain Chapter :!
NO. IM.  R. A. M.
I
Regular moettngB: '-nd Tuos- \
duy in iih.'Ii tuonlli ut eight 5;
o'clock. g;
Sujourntng  Companions   nre   si
i-'ni'diiilly Invited. 5*
Wm. P. Tatk. Sorlbo E,   |
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Box A       ORANBROOK, II. 0.       J
ANCIENT ORDER ?■ FORESTERS
Court Cranbrook 8943
MEETS   1ST   ANO  lllll)  THURSDAYS
IN CURLING RINK
Glutting   brethorn   cordially   invlkd
P. MoKENXA, Ohlet Riiuger
J. SIU.Vis, Secretary
W. R. BEATTY
llnilertHkL'f,
IllntijalliU'r.
Ii'uiiltuI Dlracior
CRANHROOK, H.O,
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
sttiiuii llnllurn uud I'urnuuu Work ;i
Spwially.
Cost and Stock Estiimitos
r'urnishod U|ion Applica
tiou.
P.O. Box 834.   Granbrook, B.O.
Plans
Specifications
Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of   building   material
constantly on hand.
.J Cline
111 Um lllll MnIIIUiIih Hnl lll'l Shop
fall now tie'olimt In tllll
MANITOBA lluTI'l,
li'irnl Claim Work lu all hrauuhoa
of the
Tonsorial Art
§S96S6S«Stt9S9S9S9S»f
(iKT A COPY OF THE
Great West Life
Assurance Companys
PAMPHLET
flaiiiii Results to Polfcu Holders
Fred. W. Swain
DISTRIOT AIIUNT
Cranbrook,B.C., Aruistron-f Av. TUK PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B C, JUKE 18, 1908
BUKfN** BROS.,       Cranbrook, B.C.
CRANBUOOK   I.AM)  D1STIUUT
1 Districl oi Kuotewiy.
TAK13 uotico lha;. J, Frunk 11.
Crook, ui Nolaon, 13.C, occupation
Tie Inspector, uiu-iuls tu apply for
permission to purchuse t lie following
described lunds:—
Commencing ut a post planted
about une mile m a northerly directum from the International liuuu-
dary line, and ubout uue-eighth ol
u mile east ol tlie east bank of the
Flathead Kiver; theuee aouth 80
chains, theuce west SU chains; thence
north ,sO elmlns; tin nee east St)
chains.
Frank H. Crook,
Jas.    Fisher, Agent.
March 30th,   11)08. 16,
CKANUUOOK  I.AM)  DISTKl-CT
District ot Kootenay.
(2) TAKK noticu     that 1,   .Mary J.
Mcintosh,  uf  llulcyou,  13,0., occupation Married  Wumuu,  intends to apply for permission     tn purchase the
following  iiescribed  lauda:    Cpinnieu-
cing at a   post     plunted about one-
mile  in a    northerly    direction frmu
ilie  International   Doundary line and
adjoining Frank 11. Crook's lucatiou
on the eust;  thence south Su eliains,
thence easi  .mi     chains, thenee nurth
at) chains,  theuce  west bt) chuins.
Mai>   J- -Mcintosh,
Jas.    Fisher, Agent.
March ..'iih,   I-JOS. lli.
CUAN13ROOK LAND DISTRIOT
District ut Kooteuay,
{2) TAKK nutico that 1, Alfred
Larsen of Nelson, H.C, occupation
Laiindryiuan, intends to apply fur
permission to purchase the following described lands: Coumiunciug at
a  post   planted     about   one mile   in  a
northerly direction, from the International lioiindary line and adjoining Frank 11. Crook's location on
the north; llience north 80 chains,
thenee west SO chains, thence soutb
Ml ehains, theuee east 80 chains.
Alfred  Larson.
Jas.    Fisher, Agent.
March 30th. mos. it;.
Try This For Catarrh.
Free lists are now heinn supplied by mail
to ull Catarrh sufferers. There is no
expense—no obligation whatever.
Dr. Slump is combining Oil of Kucalyptus,
Thymol, Menthol, Oil of Wiiiteryreui, etc.,
and is incorporating these ingredients into
a pure, snow-white cream-like Imported
Petrolatum, This Creation--Dr. Shoop's
Catarrh Remedy—nives immediate and
lasting r.-lief to catarrh of the nose and
throat. Tlmt all may first test it free, these
trial boxes are being mailed without
chartfe. simply to encourage these tests
and thus fully ih-monstrate, beyond doubt,
the value of ihis combination,
If Catarrh has extended down to the
stomach or bowels, then Dr. Shoop's
Restorative must also be used internally
if a complete cun is to he expected.
< )1 herwiSC the 1 )r. Shoop's Catarrh
Remedy will alone be entirely sufficient.
Write Dr. Slioop, Racine, Wis. for sample
und book. Sold by Druggists everywhere.
Win- h bonk ih-.ll I und yuuT
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No
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BEATTIE & ATCHISON.
CKANDKUOK  LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
(9) TAKE notice that I, L. P. Nelson of Nelson B.C., occupation Hotel
keeper, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lauds: Commencing at a post
planted about 10 miles iu a northerly direction from the International
Boundary line about 1 mile west of
the west buuk of the Flathead river;
thence south 80 chains, thence eust
.■ill chains, theuce nurth 80 chains,
thence west 80 chuins.
L, P. Nelson,
Jas.    Fisher, Agent.
April, 2nd,   1908. 16.
CUANBROOK  LAM) DISTRICT.
Districl of Kootenay.
(Ij TAKK notice that 1 li. S. l\
Smythe of Nelson, occupation Tim-
bcrtntui, inienils to apply lor permission to purchase the fulluwing
ilescribed lauds. Commencing at n
post planted about one mile in a
northerly direction frum the International Boundary line and adjoining Allred Larson's location on the
enst; llu-nee north SO chains, tbence
east. Stl chains, thenee south 80
chains, thonee west 8il clialns.
IL  8.  1', Smythe.
.las.    Fisher,  Agopt;
.March   30U.,   1908. 1(1.
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTUICT.
Disl iiei of Kootenuy.
(li) TAKE notice that 1, .lennie
Wright or Nelson, B.C., occupation
married woman, intends to apply
for perinis,ami to purchase the lol
lowing described lands. Commencing
at a posl planted about ',, miles iu a
noil herly direction from the Inter-
imtlonal Boundary line, and adjoin
lug Harry Wright's locution on the
east, theuce soulh SU chains, (hence
eusl su chalnH, Ihenee north 80
cbnins, tbenee wesl 8i) chains.
Junulo Wright,
.las.     IVisllCT,   Agent.
Mairb   IlOlll,   1908. lli.
CKANHKOOK   LAND DISTUICT.
DlHtrlel of Kootonay,
t7> TAKK nm nf that I. Ceo. V
Wells nf Nelson, luxiiputiol) Hotel
keeper, inienils to apply fur permis
alon lo purcliusi the following binds:
Commencing ut n post planted aboul
three mile.:       in       u       norther
ly direction from tho International
Boundary line and nd joining Harry
Wright's locution on the north,
theuee north S(l chuins, Ihenee wesl
Kl) chains, thonee suuth 80 chains,
theneu east SO chains.
Ceo, P. Wells.
,las.    Fisher,  Agent.
March  .'llllli,   1908. lli.
TllK attention of the Lanils and
Worhs Department having been directed to the fact that town lots in
a townsite named Prince Rupert,, hn
IliK n subdivision uf Lot (112, Range
6, Const District, situated on the
mainland between the mouth of the
Skcona Kiver and Kitten Islntnd, ure
being ollered for sale, it ban been
deemed necessary to wuin tho public
that the said lowusite Is not slfuu
ted n,t ibe feriuiiiiis ol the Grand
Trunk Pacific Railway, uud Is not
tlm townslto which is owned jointly
liy the Governmenl of llrilish Co
ltiiiildu nnd the Cniiid Trunli Puolllr
Unit way Company.
F. Ji FULTON,
Chief     Ciimiitissioiiflr of     Lauds
and Worts,   Luiul*.   nnd     Worku 1)0-
ItfirtinflnL,
Victoria, D.C., May 1st, 1908.   10
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
(10) TAKK notice that I, Jos.
Wright uf Beeton, Out., occupation
retired farmer, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at
a pust plunted about 10 miles in a
northerly direction from the International Boundary line und adjoining L. P. Nelson's loeatiou on the
west; thence south 80 chuins, tlience
west su chains, thence uorth 80
chains, thence east 80 chains.
Jos. Wright,
Jus, Fisher, Agent.
April, 2nd,   1908. Iti.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
(11) TAKE notice that I, N, J.
Cnvuuugh of Nelson, occupation Broker, iuteuds to upply for permission
to purchuse the following described
lands: Commenciug at a post plauted about 10 miles iu a northerly
direction from the International
Boundnry line uud adjoining Jus.
Wright's locution ou the north;
thence uorth 80 chnins, theuce west
80 chains, theuce suuth 80 ehaius,
thence eust 80 chuius.
N. J. Cuvunagh,
Jus.    Fisher, Agent.
April, 2nd,   1908. 10.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTUICT
District of Kuutenuy.
(12) TAKK notice thut 1, H, T. Irvine uf Spokane, Wash., occupation
Broker, iuteuds tu apply for per
mission to purchase the following
described luuds: Commencing ut u
post planted about 10 miles in it
northerly direction from the Inter
national Boundary line und adjoin
ing N. J. Cavunugh'H location on the
east: tlience north 80 chuius, theuce
eust 80 chains, thence suuth 8(1
chains, tbence west 80 ehaius,
11. T, Irvine,
Jas, Fisher, Agent.
April, 2nd,   1908, lli.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenuy,
(13) TAKK notice that I, Catherine
Irvine uf Spokane, Wash., occupation Married Woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the
fulluwing described lands: Commencing at a post plauted ubout 8 miles
in a northerly direction frum the International Boundary line aud ubout
1 mile west of the west bank of the
Flathead river; thence south 80
chains, llience cast 80 chains, tbence
north 80 chains, tlience west. 80
chains.
Catherine Irvine.
Jas.    Fishe'r,  Agent.
April, 2nd,   1908. IG.
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRIOT
District of Kooteuay.
(If.) TAKK notice thut I. W. W.
Bradley of Nelson, B.C., occupation
clerk, Intends to apply for permis
sion to purchuse the following de
scribed lumls: Commencing at a post
planted about 8 miles In u northerly direction from the International
Boundary line and adjoining Perry
Wright's location on the cunt; thenee
north 80 ehnlns, tlience eust K0
chains, thenee smith 80 ehuins,
thenee west 80 ehnlns.
W. W. Bntdley,
.lits.    Fisher,   Agent.
April, 2nd,   1908. IC.
Salvation ftrmu Barracks
PATMORK BALL
Sunday Services:
. Afternoon   -   -   8 o'clock
blveniug    -     -    s i/olook
Sunduy Sohool at 1,45 p.m.
Meytluga hold overy  night   tu   ih*
week at 8 p.m.
Methodist Church.
ROHKItT HUQllKS,  I'u-lor
Sunday Morning Service al 11 ii.in.
Fellowship meeting - - 12-lfitun.
Sunday School and UtbloClusstt p.m
li. C. Firemens VsBociution, re the
holding of the Annual convention of
the Association wns read, mid tiled.
I On motion of     Aldermen Ityan und
II [enderson Council    adjourned.
It adds to the pleasure of eating
candles to feel that, tbe confections
are absolutely pure and wholesome:-
STEWART'S line chocolates and
bon bons nre the nemo of purity and
excellence.
SDhe gfrappector.
SATURDAY, JUNE 1.1, 1908.
MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL.
What the eity    Dad's ure     doing for
the welfare ol Oranbrook,
A regular   meeting    of the    City
Council    was     held in the     Council
chamber on Friday evening Juno 6th.
There were present His Worship
Mayor Fink, nnd Aldermen Ryan,
Hunt Henderson nnd Jackson.
Records of last regular mooting
were read, and on motion of Alder
men Hunt antl Uyan adopted as road.
The following communication was
then read !- -
Crunbrook  Park  Association,
Crnnbrook, B. 0.
Chairman of Finance Committee.
Sir :-
We beg to confirm tho arrangement
made verbally, as to the leasing of
the ground for a public recreation
park by the city for the year 1908
for the sum of $150.no. ln consideration of this sum. the grounds are
open to the free access to all athletic
associations in tbe city,except on such
occasion as the parties using our
grounds may charge an admission fee.
In such instances the company would
require a percentage, on a basis
agreeable to the parties interested
and ourselves. In case of it disagreement on this point, we would be
willing tu leave the matter in the
hands of your committee for adjustment.
Your Faithfully
Cranbrook Park Association,
V. A. Rollins, President,
T. M. Roberts, Secretary.
The Finance commitee reported on
Monthly accounts, amounting tu
$1,984.71, und recommonded thut to
be paid.
On motion of Aldermen Hunt and
Henderson the account of the Water
Supply and Klectrie Light Company
were ordered to be paid, Alderman
Ryan not voting.
tin motion of Aldermen Hunt and
Henderson the account of the Kink
Mercantile Co. were ordered paid,
Mayor Fink not voting.
On motion of Aldermen Hunt and
Henderson all other accounts, ns
presented by the Finance Committee
nut otherwise dealt with were ordered paid
A recommendation from the Health
Committee was to the effect that
Chief of Police Dow be appointed
sanitary inspector to date frum
June 1st, with an Incrense in salary
of $15 per month.
As Medical Health officer Dr Connolly was retained, on a salary of
$10 per month.
At this point in the proceeding,
city clerk Roberts wns presented by
the Council with a handsome silver
ten service. Mr. Roberts thanked the
council in an appropriate manner.
On motion of Aldermen Henderson
and Johnson, by-law No. 51 being un
amendment to the >Tealth hy-lu-w,
was reconsidered, IInatty nursed ami
adopted.
Alderman Hunt, notified the Council
that he would be absent from thecity
for a period of three months and
recommended that u new chairman be
elected.
On motion of Aldermen Johnson
and Henderson, the Mayor was authorized to purchase ID alarm boxes
it $35,00 each.
A communication frum chief of the
InS
ummer
—less food is needed than
in winter. But it is essential
that summer food be palatable
and nutritious. That is why
the best of all summer foods is
B0VRIL
CKANHKOOK LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Kootenay,
(5) TAKK nutlcu thut I, Hurry
Wright ol NelHon, D.U., occupation
Government Agent, intcmlu to upply
lor permission to purchase the foi-
lowing ileacrihcd lumlu: Oommencing ut u pust plunted ubuut three
miles In u northerly dliwtluii frum
the lnteruutiunul lluundury uml
ubuut 1 ol u mile eust o( tho cost
bunk uf the l'luthcud River; thonee
sduth 81) chuins, thence west Hll
chuins, thenco nurth HU chulnB.tlionco
eust Hll chuins.
Hurry Wright.
Jus.   risltor, Agont.
Murch 3l)th, 1IIU8. lli.
ORANBROOK  I.ANI) DISTRIOT
District uf Kootenny,
TAKK  notlco  tlmt  I,  Mitchell Tint
of Nelson, H. 0 icupntlon   Rouil
Foreman, Intonils to upply for por
mission to purchaso the following
described binds: Commonelng ut, n
pust plunted nbout A mllea ninth nf
the International 'Boundary line
about one fourth 'nlle east nf tbi'
eust bank nf the Flathead Itiver, B.
13. Kootenny, B.i'., thonco nnrth hii
chains, thonco west Kit cbnins, thonco
Hll
south Hll
chains,     tlionco     oust. >
chains.
Mitchell Tnlt,
Donald lluss, Agent.
April, 2nd,
1908,                         If,
lions imnl   iiuiuuiuji    Biipportors nf
Black
Watch
Chewing Tobacco
Rich and satisfying.
The big black plug.
A    Itollahlo   Local   Salesman
for   ORANBROOK
I udjolnlng    miry   in represent
'CANADA'S (,'KGATICST
.\n;sKi;iKS"
(Sii0 iicrns)
'roes grown nn Limestone Snil
the right trees lor British Co-
ibiiL planting; much hardier and
ger lived than Coast trees. Wo
*e them the right size and n^e.
permanent sit nut inn to right
ly. Territory reserved; pay
ikly.     Outlit Free.
Write for Particulars.
STONE    &    WELLINGTON
Eonthill   Nurseries
Mcenscd by B. C. Government.)
■onto, Ontario.
GO TO THE
East Kootenay
DYE HOUSE
Kor nil kinds of
DYEING and CLEANING
Nothing Ilni' or coai'so, largo
or sninll Ihal wocnnnol handle.
We Also Do Dm DueillO
Office ,1. Li'ANi*. Tailor
GIVE IS A TRIAL.
$5
CASH
$3.00 A MONTH
AND
(iood Discount Por Casta
SIMPl£^-~_ STRONG
SILENT Omnsthimiiiati.
SPEEDY
Also Second  llaiul Mnohinot
Por Sale Cheap anil To Rout,
GEO. B. POWELL, Agent
Avmslrntijf Avenue
Plimio 157 CrftiibrooU, R.C
Words of Praise
For tho sovorul lugrodltmts of which Dr.
Pierce's mottlcluoa uro composed, as given
by tenders in all iln; Boverul schools of
medic!no, should have far moro wolght
Limn any amount of non-professional testimonials. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Proscription hflS THK BAUOB op UaNKHTY Oil I'vury
bottle*wrapper, In a full list of all Its In-
gredionts printed in plain English,
If you aro an Invalid woman uud suffer
from frequent headache, backache, gnawing dlstim In stomach, periodical pains,
dlsagreoune, catarrhal, pelvic drain,
draggliWdown distress in lower abdomen
or pelvis, perhaps dark spQts nr I pocks
dancl^K beforo tho oyos, faint spells and
kludfcpsymiitorascaused by female weak'
organs. Wi/ran not do better than take
Dr. PieryeB Favorlto Proscription,
The hfs/iltal, surgoon'fl knife and operating tnlii/may be avoided liy tho timely
ago of M-'avorlto Proscription" In such
eases,  Thereiiv iin- obflofijans ''xj'iniu-
■tiniis ami nS5ntSS5c5Ia3 'j"' E5j5
pliy-ncun r..uj..-,i,i.jiji'il Hii-r;.~i.i'ir-i]'i.'7i
cmjrseut Hin'-'-.^r.'iy'■■■iiiim.i garrjej] ojjj
1 DEI PB^T~^' 'TTru| LnmoT 'TavorTto
Prescription" Is composedof lhe very host
native medicinal roots known to medical
-science f<ir the cure of woman's peculiar
ailments, contains no alcohol uud nu
harmful nr hnhlt-foflhlhs cmJgs.
DO not ex peel, Inu miirli [mm "FttVOrltQ
Prescription]"it will nut perform miracles t li will not d[solve or cm-- minors.
Nn medicine will. It will do as much to
establish vigorous health in mosl weaknesses and ailments peculiarly Incident to
women as any medicine can. It most bo
Iglvcn ii fair chance by porsi veranco In iih
use fur ii reasonable )• nuiii ol tune.
Y.Mirj-i.'t.ifit.rd iti:nvi.|.i ■ -■.,■■,■■. ma.
tru
•bstltut.
1 i|l i at ■ II I I W
in** \\i\ti cum■itj.-ui
luiau^fii'i"" "j''.i.
sick women are Invited to consult Dr.
Plorco.by l<Mer,,fiw.    All eurresi»und'
nice  Ih gunnPfl   hh Hnrrnlly m«crot  and
womanly conikleneos uro proleetetl   t>y
prufoHsional privacy*   Addross Dr. It. v
Pierce, lliilTiilu, N. V.
Dr, Pierce's Pleasant Pollota (he hral
laxative anil regulator uf the bpwuls.
They iiivigoniti- stomneli, Hmt uud
bowels, one a laxative) two nithruua
CtttUwUe.   Kii«y lu tuko a.-, candy.
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i FARMS, FMT1AP TIMBER
Partial List Offered For Sale by The
Frost Investment Co.
Taini Lands
(Inn ftcre Hay Ranchi located on oasl side Kootenay River
8 miles wesl nl Klkn. I miles from small towni about one.halt
natural hay meadow, balance bencb kiml. log buildings, oreek
running through place, largo spring on place; good outside range,
One nl iim besl hay and sloch farms in Easl Kootenay. Price $,i*2
per acre, ^Iiiiiii cash, bitlauco yearly to suit.
820 acres wild I I 11 miles northoasl of flaloway.     All good
level land, rich deep soil, clay subsoil, one half prairie, balance
heavy limber (noi reserved) an idoal diversified lnnu. and can be
easily irrigated if desired.    I'rice IIH per acre, terms to suit.
Kill acres Mrs! class farm land In Ihe Tobacco Plains country,
ovei one half prairie, good soil, can be irrigated wilh dilch.one
mile long.    Close to lown aud schools.    A siinp al $1- per acre
-im acres wild land in Tobacco Plains country. 2 miles from
lown, Railroad runs ll-rnugh laud, exeellenl soil, slightly rolling,
some limber, large spring nn place aiid deck runs tli rough, will
make u good divoi'sillcil farm     I 'rice s|u per acre
*.'.*o acre  improved  ranch  on Kooienay River, one mile from
smnll lown,  sily hay land, good li-ime house, log buildings,   In
head cattle, all farm implements; wngop, ule go with place .\
money maker from lhe Marl, ul sip', per tict'e, lertn's If wanted
11-10 neres ivvn miles from good smnll lown,'improved and
Irrigated, 50U acres lillnhle, no acres limher. balance pi'tiirie,
nearly all level and exeellenl soil, good buildings and mostly
fenced with wire. This is one ol the besl buys we tiro olTeriug,
nail and lie convinced.
Large Tracts Suitable for Fruit Tracts
11)20 acres, Choice laud iicarOiitoway, on llio Femie Branch
nf lhe Ureal Northern nearly all level, good deep soil (prairie,
easily irrigated.   Call nl Hie ollice for full pai'lioulars,
■Ji'hii acres exeellenl fruil land in Tobncco plains counlry,
handy to transportation,  tho bosl  nf Imnl. mostly level, largely
prairie, an abundance of wator for irrigntioi  milo  rrom edge
of lanil.    Prices oii application, your own terms,
We have several other good li'iiols of lalidsuluble for bolh
farming and   for subdividing  Into fruil tracts, Full desci'lptli I
which may he hud liy calling at the olllco. We alsoliave good
tracls of limber bolli large nml smnll Irucls, our prices nre
reasonable,
lire Insurance
Vie also wish Id announce thai we arn now doing a lire insurance business, representing sume of the very hesl companies,
and we solicit a share of your patronage in this line.
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$3.00
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$5.50
Carbo Maicnetic
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$1.00
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^.   Sunday lust, in Oranbruuk.
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'^-  town Monday,
SHOE    SHOP
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POR CHILDREN, ("URLS AND MISSES
*       PRICE   $1.25.   $1.50       *
White Canvas Oxfords for Ladies
PRICE   $1.50.   $2.50
White Canvas Oxfords and Boots for Men
PRICE   $3.00.   $3.25.   $3.50
Tennis Shoes. Running Shoes. Football Boots
G. T. ROGERS
Cranbrook,   B. (.
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Patmore Bros      have secured     the
contract for installing  the plumbing
Depot, jit
contract lor installing u
* system, tn the C. P. It.
ft  MacLeod.
A. Mutz. president uf     tho Pernie,
ft,  Kurt Steele Brewing    Co. was trims
acting  business  nt
1   ART
PICTURES
AND
PICTURt
FRAMING
BIMMING
THE PHOTOGRAPHER
SUCCESSOR   TO
PREST PHOTO CO.
|    WE
SPECIALIZE.
BRANCHES
OF
jPnOlOORAPUT
SPECIALTIES |
FOR JUNE   |
3fiii!GS»-
20 your golil fl 11 oil Rase,
tm -ii t. for $18.00.
20 yoar --old II11 oil nasn
ment, I'm'$15.00
!!0 year gold Hlled ni>i-.
for $12.00.
All movemonts nnd case
' OiK, ial Wnti'h Inspector
For OP R.
We are offering for two
weeks the following prices
in watches.
special IT jewel nioklo move-
Willi  Ul jewel nicklo move-
with 15 jewel gilt movoment,
i nn' Fully guaranteed,
W. F. TATE
The Jeweler
Cranbrook
Trading Co.
W,' are still handling
LOGGING TRUCKS
tiisOtill iiiiiI KKKI)
VKIIK'I.KS,   IMPLEMENTS
'lie government road gangs were
engaged this week in repairing tlie
roads between Crnnbrook and Fort
Steele.
An emergent meeting nf     Sclkirl
Preceptory and Priory     was held ii
the    Masonic Temple on     Mondaj
evening.
C. H. Pollen, president of the Koo
tenay Central railway Co., returned
from an   extended    visit, to    the oU1
untry Tuesday,
p.
Agents for the fa in oils
£ I Mayers Stock Foods.
Sporting Goods Catalogue
mtnitci «n'i dticribei Blcydea
unii-* tad dCKTitMf cT-rrythlng
libel Motor Ho-it Killing ami
n.l ducrlbei BlfJi QraAt ToolJ
A   Bicycle and Bicycle Rnpp.leh.90 pa*gea profi
Ami everything io- repairing iin*m.
■   Anioinni.il-- nflii r.ai Rngine Material, x pig
foi Mitomohllcan<lGa«Kn|[lnei
C    Mnmr Bom Kiippllei, S3 W* IUt»lr»l«i «
Hlipplle*.
D   'rout- nml Mb. hlnhl Supptte*, 7' pagei lllMl
att'i Mm hini«i Kiippllet,
C SPOUTIM*. r.nnhs ..'ApafffM llliwtfaleaand'lew rtbe«, i'i"- Armi, Pithing Tackl
• n.w !..<:: T.'iniu i..t, ro—■ r'.olf, Skate*, every reqiiHtteforoiUdooi "n't m-li-m root
K-r-'i v lovn (if-11101*1 Khoitld hAf one ol t.---«- . ataloguei Head A cenn each for Him
or'<!•'-< fin* for ttie lur, 10 help p.*y po.tagt. **m>i m once «- tli^ "imu-. t* Itmlu
uur ;■■*-"• "ii-ni 1. mo-1 complete ait'l up to Hat- an'i our trade 1* •"■ :^tk- lhat we 1
T. W- BOYD  A  SON,  27 Noire Dump Street Welt. Monlrea
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i an up-to-dulo *
X 'CE J
ft nr llll J
X     ICE CREAM  SODA    |
J   s,'i'v,',i in up-to-.Tuti' style in itn   J
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;!"THE PflLM"!
t    TELEPHONE NO. 141.    $
mftn+t+mfi+fttftftftiftftftftftftftftftftft;
J. D. Gillis, of Nelson, school in*
pector was in Cranhrook this week
holding an examination of tin
different classes in the public schools.
Rocky Mountain Chapter It. A. M.
held a regular monthly communication in the Chapter room of the
Masonic Temple mm  Tuesday evening.
Now is the time to subscribe for
the Prospector, and pay now due
subscriptions, and the Prospector
will be pleased to give you a receipt
for the same.
Mr. J, Snrvice's residence on Hun-
son's Avenue, with the fence surrounding it has been painted and
now presents a most, attractive
appearance.
Rev. R. Hughes is arranging to
hold service at Baker mill for the
large staff of men now winking there.
The camp was visited last Sunday
afternoon.
Have Money, get m White Mountain
Freezer and prepare your own Tee
Cream and Delicacies for the warm
weather. We furnish a receipt, book
free with each freezer. Patmore
Bros.
Mrs. H. T. Brymncr, and Miss
Winnie Armstrong left on Thursdny
for Spokane. Mr Brytuner will meet
Mrs. Brymner Saturday in Spokane
and go to the Const, on a visit. Miss
Armstrong is expected home todny.
School of Mining
A CtlJJftF. OF APP1.IKH SCIOTO,
Affiliated lo Qiern's University.
KINGSTON.  ONT.
Kai  Calendar nf the   •■ h-. i   .„■'. fnrilirr
In forma I Inn   -.----Iv In ihr ,r,■-..,,y   h .1
ol Mining  Klnicainn.Ofiiaifn
Tin* lallawtnf I'tnrv" irf aHfrrd;
I'niil Year* Cmirwtni ItfgreeofB Sc.
/    \|. ■ Imnit.11 Kntflneerlitf,
Granbrook
7? Liveru
'IKAJtY « DOYLE, PHOP'S
ToiimH nml dri vors f urn Isli •!
'■'i i'ir ,'niy point in Hie dis
ii'ii'i.
A.  DOYLE,  MnniiKiir
NOTICI"
Nl''I'll  K
TAKW notice   Uml    i'i'"'  il"    'li'V»
In,in tin- Urol  iml.luul!,.11 ',1 tliu  ii"      ™nk« ""'"'•   "l"1     nmnlli iilin
tlco, t Intend I"   npply I" tlio (tlilnl   Hi" Uml nppimrnnco   "I thlH notice I
nl   I'ii.vIiiiiiiI      I'nll"'     l.ir   ii      ri'iii'Wiil I lllll'll'l    111   lippl J    I"   till'       Slipi'l lllllil
nl my liii'iiri' i" loll lul. nioiit im"ll''11* "' Prtivlnclnl Pollen lorn ro
lliinor hy r.'li.il ..ii lln- prcinlflon nownl n/ tlio llconco to noil lii|iunj.
known j..,     tlio --II.unl     lintel"  iii   hV "''"il "" tlio promlsen   known ni
W(ll,l0| I,,,:, tho  nl Hotel m  w„i,i,,, nr.
Pntrlck  McConnell Pinl 'qt   Jcnn
Muy intli, wus. U.   I Bated Mny Uth, wns. an.
d. j. joh;
'arpentcr % IJuililcr
(luml  Wink nt
Reasonable Prlco
Officii and Workshop   Lewis St
PASTURE
For Morses anil Cattle
(Inod I'Vlii'i's       (luml Wiili'i'
i imnl Past ui'i*
Apply toK.rciltIIF.TT, I'ni'i'ol llittii'li
ntiiint .'11 mili'a rrom C'l'iiiilii'iink. ui'iii'
iln'ohi North sine mill.
rentiers For Scavenger
Work
I will receive up to 1-  o'uloch
unou Saturday, June 18, tenders
for scavenger work in Hns city.
T. M. Roberts,
City Clerk
Mr. mul Mrs. J. Breaul were visit
ini; nt  Pincher Creok this week.
Gonier .Junes, representing the
Crows Nest I'uss Lumber Company
was in towu Monday.
\V. (1. Long, of Pernio, accountant
for the Grites Wood Compnny, was
visiting    friends nt     Craubrook this
Well printed stationery advertises
your business. Get it done at the
Prospector office.
LAN!) RISGISTBY ACT
Tako notice that an application Ims
boon made to register Nils Hanson
as the owner in Peo Simple under a
Tip Halo Deed hum Alfred Clement.
Nelson, Assessor of the District of
Port Steele to James A. llurvey,
ml whicli lot has heen transferred
by thr said James A. Harvoy to
Nils Hanson the said Tax Hale bearing date tho 14th March A. I). l\)W,
f lill and singular that certain parol or tnut of land aud premises
situate, lying and being in the town
f Cranlirook, in tho Province of
llritish Columbia uml more particularly known and described as:—
Lot seven (7) block ninety-one (01)
the lown of Cranbrook (Map 669)
Vmi are required to contcBt the sale
nf the tax purchaser within fourteen
luys from the date of tho service of
this notice upon you, uml in default.
of a caveat or certificate of lis pen-
lens being tiled, und in default of
redemption, within such period, you
will be forever estopped uud debarred
from setting up nny claim to or in
respect of the suid land, antl 1
iliiill register Nils Hanson ns owner
thereof.
Duted at   Land Registry    Office Nelson  Province of    British  Columbia
this -list dny of Mnrch A. I).  MHIS.
I'd linniel L.  Mclntomlnoy.
11. T.  Maclood.
District  Registrar.
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Summer Necessities For Men
IN STRAW HATS we 1,»ve them without
a Raw, as regards Style, Shape, Quality and Price
BURNS BROS.
SAILOR STRAW HATS
in the latest shapes that appeal
to any well dressed man. Pressed and whole Straws at $1.51)
and $2.50.
STRAW OUTING HATS
till new shupeM frum fiOu. to
$2.1*5 ..gull.
REAL PANAMA HATS
lhe lio.t value you ever auw
$8.60, $8.50 unil $7.60 i'iiiiii,
MEN'S OUTINU SHIRTS
with soft I'ollurs and ouIYh new
elotha and the very latest
ptittortiR a (tiirt inilurly lac^e
nmye to el loose from. Prhios
from 01.00 to $3.25 oaoli.
ELLIS SPRING NEEDLE
UNDERWEAR
thr more you like eoinfori tlio
more you will like wearing Kills
Siring Nctttlli' Underwear fur thu
hoi days, eall und look ut tbo
vurioii* makes ami (|UillIttos wo
uomfort in every garment.
$2.00 to $5.00  a SI'IT.
POPULAR PRICE STORE
CRANBROOK. B.C.
The Quality Store
FANCY   AND STAPLE GROCERIES
Wo tion'I olalm to be the cliuaptist
Iml wu slttiiil up Tiii' tlio best
All Our Goods An* Guaranteed
FRESH FRUITS AND
GREEN VEGETABLES ALWAYS
CAMPBELL & WANNING

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