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CRANBROOK, B. C, SATURDAY*, NOVBMBJSR 4, 1905.
No. 45.
HENRI 0. .IOI.Y n l-OTIIIMKItl'.
CANADA
Province of British Cni.t'MBi a
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IDWABD TII., hy the Grace uf
ilasl, of thr, I'tilted Klnirdoi,, of
Ureal 111 Ii.in and Ireland, and
of the British Dominion. Beyond
lh. Seas, Kl0||. Defender uf the
Faith, he, Ac. Ac.
JVi ull In traValii thl I preSTO's siHnll outs*. —
Omrarmo;
H. A. Maci.kan. I TaI7H K It K-
/hpuly /Ulorwy Otncntl i VV AS by
section S ol tho "Municipalities Incur-
Iteration Act," a. enacted by section 1
■if chapter U nf the Slatutos of MW, It
is provided that ll .hall be lawful for
the Lieutenant-Governor In Council by
Letters Patent under the Greal Seal,to
incorporate Into a City Municipality
any locality In the Province, a. therein
mentioned:
A ml whereas a petition haa lieen addressed to tho 1 aieuteuant-Goveruor In
Council, In emiipliancc with the provisions and requirements of said sect ion 3,
praying that the locality hereinafter
described may be incorporated Into a
City Municipality:
And   whereas  the   Honourable   Sir
HKNHI G.   .lOI.V  UK LOTIIINIRKK,   K.
t'. M. G., Lteutunant-Governot' of Our
Province of llritish Golumbla, by and
with the advice of the Kxeeutive Council, under and by virtue of tho power,
and authorities conferred upon him by
the said Acta, and of ull oilier |>owee* I
and authorities him In that behalf enabling-, hath ordered that all tht I piece
or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the Kootenay District, in llie
Province of llritish I olumbla. described a. follows:
Commencing at a point in Lot Twenty-nine (St), Group One (1), Kootenay
DittrlrJt, tn the Province of Drlti.h Cc
lumhla. where the northerly Until, of
Harold Street, as shown on a plan tiled
in the Lain) Registry Office at Nelson,
British Columbia, as number Six Hundred and Sixty-nine (1169) produced,
siiikna the southerly limit of Ihe right
nf way of the Crow's Nest
Pass Railway aa the said right
of way is shown on the said Plan Number mm; thence south-easterly along
the said production of the northerly limit of Harold Street and along the
said northerly limit of Harold Street
to the intersection of said northerly
limit of Harold Street with the easterly limit nf l.umsden Avenue aa shown
un said Plan 88V; thenoe southerly along
the said easterly limit of said Linus-
den Avenue to Its Intersection with the
northerly limits of Edward Street as
shown on said Plan; thence easterly
along the said northerly limit of Edward Street to Its intersection wilh the
easterly limit of Narclsae Avenue as
shown on Plan tW9t>, tiled in .aid Land
Registry Ofliee on the 25th day of January, 1V04; thence southerly along tho
easterly limits of Narcl.se Avenue, as
shown on Plan AMD, lo Its Intersection
with the southerly limits of Kalns Street
aa shown on said Plan IKWD; thenco
westerly along the southerly limit of
Kalns Streel, as shown on said Plan
«tt»D, and on Plan No. (WW!, and iwaii,
tiled ln said Land Registry Office,
to Ihe intersection of Kalns Street with
the northerly limit of Van Horne
Street: Ihenee north-easterly along tho
north-westerly limit of Van Home
Street to the point ot commencement,
containing In all less than two thousand
acres: and the Inhabitants thereof,
shall, on, from and after the lirst day
of November, A. U. 1905, lie Incorporated as a City Municipality under the
said Acts, und hath made further provision to tho tenor and effect hereinafter appearing.
NOW KNOW YE, that hy these
presents, WE do hereby order and
proclaim that the locality hereinbefore
described, and the inhabitants thereof,
shall, on, from und after tho lirst day
of November. A. D. 1905, be incorporated as a City Municipality, under and
subject to the provisions of the "Municipalities Incorporation Act," and
amendments, and under and subject to
the provisions hereinafter contained or
referred to.
The said Municipality shall becallod
and known by tho name and style of
" The Corporation of tho City of Cranhrook."
Tho said Municipality shall comprise
all that pleoo or paroel of laud hereinbefore described.
The Council shall consist of a Mayor
and six Aldermen, and tho whole number present at each meeting thereof
•hall not be lets than four.
The nominations for tho lirst election
of a Mayor and Aldermen anallbeon
the 15th day of November, A. D. 1905,
at 12 o'clock, noon, and the polling (If
any) shall be on tho twenty-second day
of November, A D, 1905, and shall con-
llm. tor ou. day  enty, and the  pull
ahall he kepi i>|>.-r> between the horn's
'"" lu A.M. and 4 p. M., and Thomas M.
lloliorts. E-quIn,, of Cranbrook, aforesaid, shall he the lleturning Officer
therea'.
The nominations shall take place,
and Hie )si|| ,if any i shall he hold al
ihe Kikk Hai.i,, in llaker Street In
said City of Cranbrook.
The fs'i'sona qualified tn lie nomine-
i«l lor and elected Mayor of tuek City
at the first election .hall In such persons as are male llritish subjects of the
full age of twenty-one roars, and nut
dlaqualltled under any law, and have
been lor the three months next preceding the ala\ of nomination the aeawed
owners of laud or reel property In the
City of the value of one thousand dollars, and are othewlaa qualified to vote
I such election.
The personsqualified to he nominated
for and elected as Aldermen of such
City at the first election .hall be such
persons as are male British subject.
and of the full age ot twenty-one years,
and are not dlaqualltled under any law,
und have been fur the three month,
next preceding the day of nomination
the assessed owners of land or real property ln tbe City of the value ol
five hundred dollars, and are otherwise qualified to vou. at such election
The jierson. qualified to vote for
Mayor and Aldermen at such first election .hall be all such persons as are
llritish subjects of tho full age of
twenty-one years, who are freeholders,
homesteaders or pt-e-emplor. within
llle Ismndaries of the munlcl|<elity,
who have resided within the boundaries
of the municipality for one year Immediately preceding the dale of these
tatters Patent, and who shall, before
the day of such election, have applied
to tho Returning Officer, and have had
their names placed on the list of electors for such election.
Until the said City la divided into
wards, the Mayoi and Aldermen shall
ho elected by thoae qualified to vote In
the whole City.
The Mayor aud Aldermen elected at
such Hist election shall hold office until
his successor, or a majority ol their
successors, hrve been sworn in, unless
he or they shall die or resign or become disqualified.
It shall be tho duty of the He-
turning Officer tu enter In a book, in
alphabetical order, the names, addresses and oea'ti|autiotis of all persons,
qualified lo vote as aforesaid, who make
application to him, as aforesaid, to have
their names placed on such list, and
such list shall Ik, Ihe li»t of the electors
for such elections.
Before the name of any person shall
be placed on tho list, ho shall make
and sign a declaration in writing, bo-
fore some person authorised to administer oaths, setting forth his name, address, occupation and qualifications as
aforesaid, whloh declaration shall Is,
filed with thu Returning Officer.
Such list and declarations shall be
| open to Inspection by any person with'
In lawful hours.
Any person may complain that hi.
name is Improperly omitted from the
voters' list, or that any other name la
Improperly Inserted thereon, and may
apply to any Judge of the Supreme
County Court to have hi.
name Inserted thereon or to
have any names improperly Inserted thereon struck off tho said list.
In such latter case reasonable notice,
to lie determined by the Judge applied
to, shall be given to tho person whose
name Is pru|sised to bo struck off. The
Judge .hall hear and dlapoeu of all such
applications In a summary way, and
the Returning Officer ahall amend the
list In accordance with the Judge', decision.
At least six days' notice of the lime
and place of nomination and of holding
of tho poll (If any) shall l» given by
the said Returning Ollleer; such notice
ui be potted during that period In the
manner provided by million W of thu
"Municipal Elections Act."
The Returning Officer shall, on the
day uf nomination, at i o'clock P.M.,
announce the names of the |wrsons put
In nomination in that hohall as candidates for the offices of Mayor and
Aldermen, as prescribed by the "Municipal Elections Act."
At the close of the time for nominate
Ing the candidates the Returning
Ollleer shall deliver to every candidate
or agent nf a candidate, applying for
the same, a duly certified list
uf the names of tho several candidates wim shall have been nominated
and any votes given ut the election for
any other candidates than those so
iiomiiiaicil shall in; null and void.
If at tho expiration of the time e|>-
pninted for tho election as aforesaid,
no more candidates stand nominated
thnn thero are vacancies to be tilled up
the Returning Officer shall forthwith
declare the candidates who may stand
nominated to be elected, and return
their names to the Registrar of the
Supreme Court.
No speeches or interruption of tho
proceedings of nominal ing candidates
at the hustings shall be permitted by
the Returning Officer between the
reading of the notice of election and
the closing of the proceeding, on nomination day by tho Returning Officer.
more candidate, stand nominated than
there are vacancies to !.• fHled up, the
Returning Officer shall declare the
names of the nundldauw. and publicly
proclaim the day previously .latwi in
hi. proclamation, and the place at
which the poll ahall hi' so opened In
the Municipality, for the purpose of
taking the votes of the electors according Ui law; aad ahall then adjourn the
election, and shall take a jm.1I hy ballot
and shall cause to lie posted up notice,
ot hi. having granted such poll, indicating the na uea, residences, and ooru-
patloae of the candidate, eo nominated,
In the order tn which they shall be
printed on the ballot papers, which
notice, .hall, aa soon a. paealhle after
the nomination, be placarded In all the
place, where the proclamation for tbe
election waa posted up.
If, alter the adjournment of an eloe
tion by the Returning Officer for the
purpose of taking a poll, one of the
candidates nominated shall die before
the poll hat commenced, the Returning
Officer shall upon being satisfied of
the fact of such death, countermand
notice of the poll, and all the proceedings with reference to the election
•hall commence afresh: Provided that
no fresh nomination shall be necessary
In the case of a candidate who stood
nominated at the time of the countermand of the poll.
In case of a poll being held, the candidate, duly qualified) who shall obtain
the greatest number of votes shall be
Mayor and Municipal Aldermen re-
ipectlvely.
Every pernn qualified to vote .hall
have seven votes, being one for each
Alderman to Is, elected; and one for
Mayor, but ho may vote tor any less
numlier than seven; Provided always,
that ho shall not easl more than one
vote In favor of any one candidate, or
vote on more than one occasion. And
tn the event of the number of votes being found lo have been equal for any
two or inure candidates, one or more ot
whom, but not all of such candidates,
being by the state of the (roll entitled
to be declared elected, the Returning
Officer .hall, by casting vote ot votes,
as tho case may be, decide which of
the candidates for whom the voles may
be equal shall be elected: Provided
that the mid Returning Officer shall
not vote except in case of an equality
of votes aa aforesaid.
AU expense, attendant u|hiii thu said
election shall he borne by the said
City.
The opening of the ballot boxes and
counting the votes shall lie In tho presence of the candidates. If they attend
for that purpose.
Tho Returning Officer, after the declaration of the poll, ahall retain the
ballot papers and boxes until a Clerk
shall be duly appointed, to whom ho
shall forthwith deliver the same.
Every person who shall have presented himself for nomination, and who
shall have been elected a Mayor or
Municipal Alderman, must sorvc for
the term for whloh he has hoen-elected
unless In the case of sickness, or In do-
fault pay a turn of fifty dollars towards
the Municipal Revenue; such sum,
with oosta, shaU be recoverable by the
Clerk of the Municipality, summarily,
before any Justice of tho Peace.
Any vacancy In the office of Mayor
or Aldermen shall be filled as provided
by the "Municipal Elections Act."
The first mooting of the Council shall
be held on the first Saturday utter the
[ day of eleotton, at the Fire Hall aforesaid, at 12 noon.
Until provision be made by by-law In
that behalf, all proceedings at and re
latlng to the tneeitnga nf the Council
shall be hold and taken In accordanoo
with tha provisions contained ln the
"Municipal Clauses Act." and all the
IHiwcrs, privilege, and duties of the
Mayor and Couuell shall bo the same
as those proscribed hy the said AC.
Al the first meeting or as soon thereafter as possible, tho Council may elect
a   Clerk,    Treasurer,   Collector and
Assessor, or inch officers as they may
deem necessary, who .hall hold office
during the pleasure of tho Council, and
receive   such   remuneration   ss the
Council may by by-law appoint.
IN TKSTIMONV WHeREO.",   We  have
caused these  Our  tatters to be
Patent, and the Great Seal of Our
said Province to be hereunto affixed:   Witness the  Honourable
Sir HP.NIII OUHTAVE Jot,Y DE
LoTIIINIEHK, K. C. M.G.. Lleuien-
aut-Governnr of Our aald Province
nf llritish Columbia, tn Our City of
Victoria, In Our said Province,
this twenty-fourth day of October,
one thousand nine hundred and
five, and in the fifth year nf Our
Rtign.
Hy   Command.
PIIED'K J. KULTO.N,
Provincial Heertiary,
two miles further up the river.
It ia estimated that at least aix
million feet of logs will be cut
in thia vicinity during; the coming; winter.
LOCAL NEWS.
Write it "City of Cranbrook."
E. F. (luster. Vancouver, waa
in town Friday.
R H Boharl of Wardner wm
in lown Friday.
W. M. Walker, Nelson, waa In
town Friday.
A. Grant, Ryan, wm a guest
at the Cosmopolitan Friday.
Road Superintendent D. Mac
Iray returned from the Flathead
country Friday.
Mr and Mrs. S. Woods, Win
dennere, were guests at the Cos
mopolitan Friday.
1). Donaldson, St. Paul, Minn.
*m a guest at the Cranbrook
Friday.
G. A. Thorp* of Chicago was
registered at the Cranbrook Fri
day.
Most of the hunters who were
oul on Thanksgiving Day bad
"fishermen's" luck.
K C. Smith, ex M P.P., of
Marysville was in town on busi
ness Monday.
V. ljonghurst. Arrowhead, J
Levy. Rosssland, were guests at
the Cosmopolitan Tuesday
Wm. Hill aud family, who
have been on an extended visit
to the coast returned to Cranbrook Tuesday.
Something new. C>me and
see our new samples of Photographs on cloth for pillow
covers etc.   Prest Studio.
J. J. Woodward, J. F. Woodward and J. H. Oglosby of Clarendon, Texas, were at the Cosmopolitan Friday.
k C.  K.  Buck and R.  C. Carr
Jjiuve completed the preparatory
arrangements for the building of
a skating rink ou Durick Ave.
Special candies in shapes and
colors for special occasions
Orders filled at short notice by
the Candy Makers, Armstrong
Avenue.
Rev. Dr. Herdman, Superintendent of Presbyterian Missions
will he in Cranbrook Sunday. In
the evening he will hold service
in the Presbyterian Church.
Rev. W. G. W. Fortune will
be absent for a few days. Vie
will he at Moose Jaw holding an
anniversary service in the Pres
byterian Church in that town.
J. Bamberg, foreman of the
Water Supply Co., was at Fernie
several days this week inspecting the Water Works of that
town in the Interest of the
Crow's Nest Coal Co.
8. N Barry, of Toronto,
Canadian Deputy Grand Chief
Conductor of the O.R.C., was in
Cranbrook Tuesday. A meeting
of O.R.C. wm held in Watts'
Hall.
C1TT OF CRANBROOK
Lilt of Ueotors Who Will Be
Intitleo to Vote at tint
llMtiti.
Below we publish a complete
list, up to the present time of
ihose qualified to vote at the
lirst Municipal election. Before
the day of election it is possible
that a few minor changes will be
made.
Agnew, J. M.
Abbott, Chaa. A.
Asami, T.
Armstrong, Geo.
Armttrong, }. F.
Argue, John H.
Arnold & Roberta
Arnold, John S.
Auvacho, Fred W.
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Bernhardt, S,
Barnett, M.
Baker, Carrl,
Beattie, G. C.
Beale, M. A.
Buchanan, A. H.
Burnt, P.
Beck, Florence
Hod well, E. S.
Slack, Jane
Berry, J.
Burton, Ethel
laker, V. Hyde
Srault, E.
Hamuli, J.
Brault, V. ^^^^^^^^
Burgoyoe, ti.
0
Can. Bank of Com. Cock, 0. A.
Corey, T. A. Caslake, J.
Crowtlier, J. W.     Corbett, E.
Campbell, J. M.      Chudlelgh, E. Is,
Clapp, F. E. Cameron, Wm. F.
.'ranbrook E.L.Co. Cranbi'k B.& M.Co
Ryan, James
Kyckman, W. L.
Held. K. J.
I.yokman, S. W.
Richards, S.
llohechaud, P.
Held. A. M.
Robinson 4 McKen-
tie Lumber Co.
Stocks, M. E.
■
Shotten, W. J.
Sheldon, A.
Sevlele, John
Sheldon, Alice
Haaeon, A. B.
Simpson, Kate P
Speer., D. .1.
Soenlon, J. T.
Sloat, A. M. M,
Stewart, 11.
St. Elols, M. E.
Stewart, M. E.
Sandbery, W. T.
Turnhull, M.
t
Tymojuk, T.
Tladale, G. P.
Tate, W. F.
Taylor, Robert
Taylor, Simon
Taylor, G. It. O,
Thompson, J. J.
Templeman, J.
Taylor, Alex.
T
Vanduter, J. T.
Van DeCarr, R. D.
Vroom, Archie
Van DiCarr, L. B.
W
Whvte, Wm.
Word, J. W.
Weioh, W. J.
Ward, A. A.
Walsh, W. O.
Wales, G. H.
Wilson, C. W.
Worden, W. E.
WAS AT CRANBROOK
PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
Bon. Robert F. Owen, Minister
ot Lands tod Workl Visits
Southeast Kooteniy
Donahue, Mary
Deliell, John
Delzell, Frank
Deer, J. M.
Downs, Alioe'H.
Davit, J. E.
DeLaeey, Mlohael
Doris, T. J.
Dumont F.
Donald, W. H.
Doyle, A.
Dickson, J. E.
Elwell, Agnes,       Edwards, C. M.
Fink, H. D.
Fink, Bessie
Fink, J. F.
F.nk, John H.
Fiilljan.es, F.
Finlay, James
Flniiit, M. O.
Forbes, George
Flowers, W. J.
Fortune, W. G. W
Fortune, Mary
Frith, C. R.
Flttgerald, C.
Fluhrer,/.
Kurt Steele Blowing Co.
Griffin, F. T.
Greer, James
Greer, Agnes
Curd, E. M.
Ourd. Wm. Y.
Geary A Doyle
Hill, E. M.
Hall, .1. II.
Henderson, J. B.
Harvey, J. A.
Hanson, O, C,
Hanson, Nels
Hughes, Wm. H,
Hazell, E. J.
Hill, N.
Hoadley, E.
Imperial Bank,
Gibson, E. A. 0,
Garett. J. 9.
Orlirith, W. H.
Gill, C. M.
Gilpin, N. C.
Godderls, Frank
H
Hamilton, Wm. J.
Hamilton. L. A.
Hamilton, M.
Horie, M.
Howard, Jennie
Hutchison, Joh n
Hunt, P. D.
Hasklm, M. H.
Hlckenbotham H.
Handley, Paul
I
Hon. Robt. F. Green, Minister
of Lands and Works was al
Cranbrook Thursday. His visit
to Southeast Kootenay is to
make a personal investigation as
to the wants of the district in
the matter of roads, trails a nd
bridges
A social meeting of the friends
of the government was held in
Watts Hall during the evening,
at which Mr. Green was in at
tendance. A number of local
speakers called Mr. Green's attention to a number of wants,
among which was a suitable
government building, a wagon
road to the Upper. St. .Marys
district. Mr. Green in reply,
suggested that the city of Cranbrook unite in building a large
and commodious Court House,
one suitable for Provincial, judicial and city business. In the
matter of road improvements,
the committee was assured that
a considerable amount of work
would lie done in the early
spring.
Mr. Green left on Friday for
Fort Steele, in the afternoon
went to Fernie.
Jones, Wm. D.        Johnson, G. W.
Jackson, I. J.
X
Klrkland, H. B.
Cranbrook   Sohoo.i  Report   IW
Montk of Oetobnr.
Division I. Principal A. A.
Mncneil: Total attendant*
076. Number on roll 89. Average 82-19 Perfect attendance
Victoria Hill.er, Cecilia MoOon-
nell, Ethel Culver, Louis* Rollins, Charlie McCowan, Louisa
Stewart, Olga Wlgen, Taamts
Reid, Enid Bernhardt, Annie
Bsniherdt, and LulnTaylor.
Division II. Mrs. Brock,
teacher. Total attendance 806.
boys 82, girls 20, Average attendance 43 10. Perfect attendance:
Gertrude MttcDonuld, Lillian
Leask, Clara Berrigan, Jessie
Kennedy, Bella Taylor, Rath
Harvey, Johnnie Welch, Simeon
Prinsile, Winnie Deacon, Ines
Smith.
Division III: Miss E. Lewi*,
teacher: Enrollment42. Avar*
age attendance 85.11. Perfect
attendance, Rachel Bardgett,
Jessie Murgatroyd, Elisabeth
Walsh, AlbertBarnhardt,Arthur
Fowler, Charles Morrison, Edgar
Nobles, Christopher McNeil,
and Rose Dumont.
Division IV: Miss Cartwright, teacher Enrollment 52.
Average attendance 45.66, Those
giving perfect attendance, Percy
Bargett, Maglorre Brault. Robt.
Deer, Margarot Deer, Wilfred
Dallas. Vinie Dorris, Josle English, Wanda Fink, Gordon Fowler, Lottie Leask Ruby Nesbit,
Marguerite Harvey, Gladys
Higginbotham, Earl Welch, Eva
Brians, Nathan Barnhardt.
Division V: O. C. WillhwfA,
teacher. Enrollment 58. A****-
age attendance 49 78 Tot»*
attendance 1,044. Perfect at***
dance, Wilfrid Brault, Etlft
Br.vans, Arthur Bow ness, Norman Fowler, Oracle HiggtM,
Gladys Johnston, Don Ifayoock
Sidney Murgatroyd, Douglas
McCowan Edith MaoDonald.
Sadie Nesbit, Rainford Parks,
Andy Patterson, Gladys Flhk,
Crissie Richardson, Clifford Me-
Nab, Earle Stewart.
KUUn*, A. C.
King Mer. Co.
Kcer, O. A.
King, J. H.
King, F. E.
Kettles, E.
Kettle., J.
Llddlcourt, V. 8.
Will Log On & Large Scale
Breckenridge   St    Luntl
last
The Spinsters riturn will be
celebrated tn the Wentworth
Hull on Thursday evening Nov
ember L'Brd. The Ladies Aid of
the Methodist Church have the
reception in hand and will give
them a warm welcome. Further
announcement will be made later
Tho girls of Miss Fortune's
Sunday School class will hold a
ten and candy sale in the Pres
byteriar. Church this afternoon,
commencing at 3 p.m., in aid of
the building fund of the new
chinch. They will serve a cup
of tea, bread and butler and cake
for IT, cents and for 25 cents.
Services as usual in the Methodisl Church next Sunday. After
the morning sermon the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will
be ndininislered. All members
are urged to be present. In the
evening the sermon will take the
form of a story or parable ending with an incident true to life.
All are Invited to come and follow in this discourse.
Baptist Church services next
Sunday    will   be   as  follows:
Kerrigan, J.
Kay, F. M.
Kelsall, F. W.
Kennedy, B.
Kennedy, John
Kummer, Fred.
L
^^^^^^^ Laurie, J. A.
LoweB, Wm. John laurle, A. M.
Laey, H. A. Laurie, John
Lownsbury, M. Labell, T.
Leask, M. E. Laflerre, Z.
at
Mayi'oi'k, A. a Morley, 8. F.
Manahan, G, Murphy, D. E.
Moffatt, It. Mayi'oi'k, J.
Murray, J. A. Mayeoek, 8. J.
Muore, P. Morrison, M.
Morton. Wm. G. Mulr, G. R.
Murgatroyd, U, J. Molleur, J, A,
Moffatt, A. Mntthcson, P.
Morrow, B. J, Msgee, Delia
Manning, J. Mayeoek, Edna
Mack, P. VcLennan. D.
McOoldrlek, B. J. Melnnea, M.
McSweyn, D. J. McNeil, ll. 8.
McQueaton, Mary McCumbly, W J.
Mi'Klnnan, Mary McFarlane, 8. J.
McNab, C. t). McEachern, M.
McLean, J. D. McBride, J. D.
Melntominly, D. MeTarlih, U. 8.
McLean, A. L.
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Nesbit, A. II. Noblet, W. G.
National Trust Co.
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O'Nell, M. A.        O'Callahan. O. L.
Oliver, Susie Onagal, M.
O'Dell, M. B.
week  installed  a  logging camp' Morning Subject "A Tale of the
on the St.  Mary's river about ^P'f.f*'1/''")":    Eve.n,»*
" ., '  , .,        .„    subject "The Invitation and In-
four miles west of Marysville.: ^peitlon of the Gospel".   Benja-
Another camp will be made on, „{„ Goodfleld. pastor, will con-
the   river  three    miles   above duct all services.     Everybody
atlon day ny tno ltetitrnlng umoer.   , »"*"   "'  ..lonma     Coma'
II, at the aspiration ol .ueh date, | Matthew   oreek,  a third   camp ;*•'•''•*'••    "-*0"'
Wedding Bells.
The first wedding In the "City
of Cranbrook " was solemnized
on Wednesday evening of this
week at the homeof Mr. and Mrs
Joseph Mayeoek, when their
daughter Mrs. Mary Flowers
was united in marriage to Mr.
William O'Hearn of this city.
The ceremony was performed at
9 o'clock by the Rev. J. P. West-
man in the presence of about 25
guests. Af I er congratulations all
wended their way to the dining
room where a sumptious wedding
dinner was prepnred. After
dinner the health of the bride
and groom was heartily drank,
alt Joined in wishing the bride
and groom many years of happy
wedded life. The bride looked
charming in a dress of grey silk,
and was assisted by Miss Kate
Stamf who acted her part well
The groom was supported by
Mr. C. Yeandle who was equal
to the occasion. 'Ihe many
beautiful and costly presents
show the high estimation in which
the bride and groom are held.
Mr. and Mrs. O'Hearn will
make their home in this city.
Parker, C. 8.
Patmore, L W.
Patmore, G. W.
Powell, S. M.
Palmer, M. K.
Prart, Cecil
Pettett, W. M.
Pettett, Haggle
C. A. Finlay, W. Roland, of
Toronto, was registered at the
Cranbrook Wednesday.
A good line of Wall Pictures
selling at 20% off for the next
two weeks only, in order to make
room for the Xmaa order.
Methodist Chnrok Anniwmr**.
The anniversary services In
connection with the Methodist
Church last Sunday were a success in every respect. Large
congregations assembled both
morning and evening, at the latter service many could not obtain admittance. The music for
the day was of a special order
and the audiences were greatly
pleased with the anthems antl
solos. The financial returns
were also very gratifying. Dur-
the year the trustees have ex.
pended about $800 on improvements and expect to put in new
pews at a cost of about 1826, On
Sunday they asked for a free
will offering of 1500 and when
all was counted they found tbat
the subscription was in advance
of the sum asked for.
On Monday evening a Congregational gathering was held
when a large audience was la
attendance. Reports were received from the various departments, all of which were encouraging, refreshments were nerved, and special music rendered
and all present spent a very
profitable evening. Rev. J. P.
Westman had charge of tbe anniversary services.
The decoratiug committee
had spared no pains in fixing tbe
church and the display of plant*
and flowers, fruit, vegetables
and grain were pleasing aad
attractive.
Plggott, A. C. W. Palmer, M.
Patterson, E. Psnom, W. H.
J. C. Pause.
lUbartsw, M.       It*gsts,.tl. T.
Notice—It is imperative that
proper.*/ owner*, wishing to vot*
at the first Municipal election,
must sign the necessary declaration before a Motor/ Public
Commissioner, or Justice of the
Peace before Ms or ber name
enn be placed oa the registry of
vowr*. It la ilio Important that
|J*mm tarM be tended to 9b
Retariing OrMoar.
Thl Writ thu *Jt thj foUfgiga.
Notice—There, will be e
Ing of Railway Men at
worth Ball oa Monday
next to conalder tbe adv!
of placing a Railway
the fieM. tor the eoatUtf
pel ehntloa.   AB
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\i-\ rilK PROSPECTOR. CRANBROOK   U C NOVEMBER I, I9u.
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Phone  74
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rstahli>hk:    i»
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I'I BI.ISHKl.    AND    ED1TOK
<Wte UProepector
SATURDAY    N'OV    ».tSf*
o-insr talked about, and it is
worth while for the electors of
(.'ranbrook to look the eround
over carefully wili. s riew of
selrvtine men who »r>- equal to
their duties
...
The man, or met. who pride*
in the delusion that he or they
are always right are simply too
stupid to <\,ni|>reh,'iid when they
are ■» mm:
WITHOUT the leas) inton
tion t« disparage and ...
of the pr„.|»Htiv.- candidates f„r      Experien.-e is the keen edged
municipal lionors. we would sug-   knife  ,haI  ,.„„,.,.» ,,,,, catar.e't
gest that the .-lectors of ("ran   from rjAffl0i|w political eyes,
hnsik   mnstdttr   eaiefallj   the ...
qualifications   of   the   opposing
men   who  may come forward us
...
A detestable fault is one w.
can trace to somebody wt
dislike
The Drag-gists.*^
J»\    IHRK OKli.> PINK STATIONERY    tW*
*TfJ\         DISPENSING   OUR   SPECIALTY
Hows This?
| LEflSK R HENDERSON J
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Always Up-to-Date
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^u.u.iuaiu.u.»umu.uiti.tutuuitu4utuiutuituu^
McClarys Famous
STOVES
♦  AT  9
Patmore Bros.
BEST   IN   THE   LAND.
Another annua! rhatiks^'ivinn
festival has pavseo into  history,
camlid.'it.'s to n'pres.ant   them in   ,        , '. ,.
■ People   in  Southeasl    kootvlia.
the t'itv council. ,    , ,   , , . .    .*
• surely haye much for  winch  to
Suppose that you had a pri- „*„„, tbanln this season.
vnte business enterprise which
you wislesi to entrust to certain
men and yottT choice was limited
to one between the men  repre-
sentins.' the business interests of
Cr<itil>rook.  or   men composing
other intervstsof lessim|¥,rtaiK-e
which would vou choose: We offer (Ton Hundred IK>ll.i> Re
ward for any ewe of I a'atrh that ,*an-
We have nothing to sav reirard-   n,,i I. eared l»i 11.11'., .,-.,: r. Cum.
ing the personal  of any  candi      £±'Z\M^m^T&%
dftte  but wf wi**h   to  |»oint  out J. Cfeeoes Ut ihe but Ifi reus, sad
that there are a n ,mber of good ^^^^^Tt^anl .
CittEenS   in   Cranbrook   Who are able toearfj mu any obliffaUnm nwrtnj
largelv identified with   the city. «* h%?^ts,; KlJCV|S 4 MAlnlN
«rho have large ami permanent .        Who.*—*!** Dnggiata, Toledo, o.
•     . ..      -„,1      Lnm(i        Uq-q    »_J|  '.        toh.V*    <   aMrrh    *   U?V    L* takeII   ...■■•;■
Interests  and   homes here ami nillv„.,in!, ,iirwll}. „      ,ht, ,,,„,„, ^
s*»nie of whom bave had a targe ami   mieow mrtaet  <■(  tbe  ruvtem.   ^
.   ■       .» .--jxuMlli   ttnA     rlAtralnn       Testimonial* RDl   flTM*.      PtmtX   *9 **e.H-     Wt
part in the growth and develop   ^rl.,Mlr   s>u ,1}. ,,, „„,,.,,... T
meat of the cilv and surrounding      Tak,- Hall'.  K.milv   Pill,   tor cotv   ▼
-titmlinn.
country.
Ill   this    respect,   or   in   any-
other respect, we invite comparison between conservative  husi  j
ness men. aud men who have but
small   private   interests,   with a
confidence that ho sensible man choice Confectionery
will .say th,t   the  wnsenrative Fre$|| Nut$    Fpe$h Frujts . ^^^^^^^^^..^^^^^^^^^^^.^^
business   man   is  not   much the
stronger in all points which go Fancy "OtKt Tokay Grapes
to   make   a   conscientious   and •                 .     -          ■
aggressive member of the city r'anc-v DAnjora Pears
,.oani.;i Choice Spanish Onions
When   You   Think   Of
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You Think Of
HUTCH
Take uuitct Uai Hurt** tl«l*tfltr<UUtkttt,
dtratttMd lawU tt ,PfA*j m \m* ckW q^
Uilaaioarrvf lAwtmMkmtX Woikiu Vkttrlft i
C   lor • »lw«lal ll**«*Ktu«iiu4 t*urj a*nt
.u,t*r ttnm tht fo.lowiaf <lt*trlhai rtmU. \[
•..'.it. Kaai Konwnay
I   CowravBrlug   al  a   po**.  pUni«4 alghis
ittalW    *f*.t   ol    Pctar   Hull'k  HMmSm
| i ti«n< r «aat l«) • tiaina tL>:ui* mtfe Watulaato
(ilauvol bvf/iaulBf
Dated 0*y%amm r.'th iiun.
Ktfwanl K- Han,,
I < .'U.Uieii'iaa'aia**oeip,aatf4t>uifc«#»ut4
t*-l WW of Kilward K Harrty a ll«k«-
' lli'ctKc ibfut-e Muik UUtkaias. U*r*ct vtMft
■ ha ilia tlirucr nurU W rhalBa. 1htlC< WilM
' la.a-t ih**nr« north m cbalaa. ik>«»TfMtf<
tbaioa lo place ul ■•*«latitat
DtUMI OtlOtfl UU, IMk
Wllllaai H  Har«*r
I  ruuimrutiiMt at a aaai planurt at u,
Miuthcaai i-oriiar of W   H    Harvay'i U«har
I llirntc  th«nr*« •«•»! IMrhllaa. tktMVMBIh m
Jtaiua. lliauca i-aef ifta •aalRi 0MMM MTth «
lialna tu (tlai r uf. MMMMMtM
DatadOttokW Wh. i-Mh
Itaaald M. UtMtea
4 roatwiirala-iaiapuatpUhtadaiiktmiii
eaalrorfaarnf U M Llaahaa. a tltahat Imwm,
thrutr »rat iWrhalaa. tli«ar« «o«ih MchalM
tbcaca **aai IW chains ihtaca north M •halt*
lo plan« of iK-fjniaiitg
Hatfi i--tol.fr  tlth. IMh.
IttUl HwftV
k fouaitiM-iBK at • poat pUaiaa at th,
aaathmat i-ort.tr. ot laabai Harnay'a Uahtt
llcanM. th«m « inl M» t tula* tinea awlh «
chaiaa ih*>a<c Mat IMefcalat. tkaea* aorta «
ehaia* io plara of baflaalaf
l»alr.t Ortobtr IM, .99.
KMlly A. Han ay
I (oiMMrnitniiata poet plaatadai thvamta.
i-aat roraer of Kally A. Harvay'i Urahar
llraaaa. ifccaca wpai idv cbataa lkaa«a Math
♦actait* tbtavaaaat rta chaiaa. thaaca aarth
io cbaiae u» plat* of aagtaalaf
liawd iVtobrr 1.1th. Ittfa'
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The LEADING STORE For
JOHN HUTCHISON
-    PHONE   119
Cranhrook. B.C Hast Kootenay,
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FALLS VIEW HOTEL
Cosy and
Comfortable Rooms
Headquarters for
Minine Men
Royal Hotel
Marysville, B.C.
FRANK ANGERE. Manager
The abort   otel has bevti recently erected, ■■'. A neatly fornish-
ed  throusiaV The  Bar  i>  supplied  with  ;li"  i;s?st brands of
Liquors and Cigars.
It   is   not   what   happened t..
"Jones"   that   is   worrying tin-
conservative business man.  but
what will happen to the   '23112"
in the coming city election by its
leaders.
...
The   inuni<-i|ial   political   j«it
has   begun    to   simmer     Fnmi
street gossip, th^rn wnuld   seem
•,, be two if not three candidates
in the field for  mayor.    A Iar2e
number of prospective candidates
are spoken of for aldermen. The
day of  nomination   i*   near   at
hand,   aud   thov  seekin2 alder
manic honors are stettins  ready
for the fray.
Hugh Stewart
Phone 75       Arm&irong. Ave.
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Rocky Mountain Chapter 1
NO.   U6.   R. .\   M.
CRAXBBOOK, B. C.
Regular mwiinsf**:—2nd Tut-.—
day id e»*"h month nt eSgtri
n'l-iook.
Sojournitu; Coiu|Mtni<in« art*
cordially inviieo.
H. M. BUKKOW, Scribe K
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Professional.
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BREWING CO., LTD. i
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♦ MAK0FACT11BBB8 and BRKWBBS ol EXTRA FINE    X
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BEER tf PORTER
SOLD 3Y THL BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
Bottled beer for family
use a specialty
Outside   Orders
While it is the right aud privilege of every elector to vote for      barristers and solicitors
a  candidate  who. in their opinion, will and can better the exU CRASBBOOL,     •    B.C.
tina condition* at  Cranbrofik.  it   —;	
must   he   adi.iitted  that   in  the  \*jt  p, GURD
ordinary course of business alone'
, of municipal legislation he must
demonstrate that he is a fitting Barrister
cjiiodian of the interests of the Solicitor, Etc.
i the people.
Crow's Nest
Steam Laundry
Flannels, Blankets, Curtains, Carpets, Etc.
e Make a Specialty of Washing (MM.. Overalls
No Chinamen Employed
ALL   WORE   GUARANTEED   FIRST   CLASS
E. H. SLATER,  Proprietor
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1VEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
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SATISFACTION GUARANTEE1
The time is at hand when can    CraflfirOOk
■iin;,:e> for iniinicioal honors are  	
British Columbia
p. o. BOX »!2     ]/
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Port   Steele  Brewing Co.. L,td.
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♦ Tailor W Importer of -»
Fine Woolens.
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MDISBAL ACT
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NOTICE.
(.■j,;«-r CUfl tod Nortb Star Mineral
''laim-.
Stto»t* it *.b* Kort *x+r> M.ntnit DtftskM
Si BHi Kooltnat District.
niHrra loc«t«si- (>n ttip n-n-t ride ot neirtii
fork ot thr- >t. Mart* itivyr ■bOOl I UlllM
froro ihe bhogr
Take xv\i<+ lb»l I. Jiihnii. I'timmiinrs. KM
C. No. B xXt7*> icttnjt tu Agonx tot Jo-t'i»li
H.        Wnr-t.l Fre*        Miner*! I'crtin
c*t» No. BnBS,aadCL P Ooon. nnlOnth
Ortiftrat* No tCiVM, intend. *.fxiy dajra (nmi
tt*Q»tebrrt*«f toapply lothe Mnlni Recorder
tor a C«rtim*»t4* nl Impn-.-oiotiW. (or llit* pur-
pOn of ohuiliiiiif * ("m» !  '.rant nf   tin    ibOTfl
• Ulmi.
And furtht-r ijk- BOtloeUiai action, umlrr
^«Uoc .t:. mum »><■ peonnwed before line is«n-
AAvtot meb Ontifleateol bopnnrwDoHli
XiAVsA thi* *Plh .lay of Attftnt, A D  ItCV
r JOHN O. tCMMINua.
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EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY
ll will pay tbose who ar>-
looking for work to call and
see
Jim  McArthur
Re  can   secure  you a job and
also tit you out in
Clothes, Shoes.
Hats. Etc.
Jim MGflrthur
Hanson. Ave.    CRANBBOOK, BC
C. ti., DUNBAR
BARRISTER, 80LICIT0H
.ii.l XmTAI'.V i'l'HI.Ii
Cranbrook. B.C
6. H. Thompson
~->J   HAKKISTKK 1  BOLICTTOU
^M   S'OTAKV IMWI.IC
OFFICE   LEASK   BUILDING
I i-anlanaii,-. 11., .
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HOTEL t
Kimberley,  B.C. *
H. W. DREW. Proprietor.
THOMAS   McVITTIK
P.U.S. * C.E.
Post Office
Store
The largest General Store in Marysville. where miners
can U- supplied with anything they want ;it all tunes at
Cranbrook prices.
Groceries,   Hardware,
Clothing,  Stationery
: 'VjiNiorarciBf ei e peel pUele4 ei Ut
-.ouiUwr-a roraer of Uilien llerrey'a tinker
lieetiae. ikcera uortk ni ebelae, Iheoce veet m
L-b«ltn Utaecr wuib Meheliw iheoee eecl •
chile* tu placr of brf lettlbf
Imted October tlUt lie**,
Mery ¥. Uoetea
I   OHUMMllI H» po»l plemod tony rbelM
• ••* of tbe nortkeeet cofTMr el K4v»H |.
H»r•/■*»» t'nber liceeM. fhetweeerthMrariat
ibeiH-r «e«t tUt-iiiluj) xkfmt* wiilk M ckeUl,
ibaitcc erwl lucbtlbt to pine of b«f.eetBf.
DMed t h'tobrr lllb. I*»V
i'rru» W. Heney
*  OoBiueectei »i e pent pUeted et Uo eerib
*uf*\ corner  of  Cyrm   W.   Htrttf •   paber
li*''ii»e tbence nortb Wrbnlei.  tkeor* ee*t ft
chnlei. Uieacv Mhitb fti ebele*.  ibeett mmtm
• ..Jin- to piece of bfflinning
Ihiifl (VtotMr lllb  iw,
A  d I'eealrk
lu CuBioieociec et • povt ptwusi it ifet
*uutii"*-*i 'tirnrt aXiCftta W llinrfi tlebtr
Ueeraee, tbeuce oortb iwt'linlea. ibeoee oeaiei
i belui. tbenre MHtlb Iteebele* ibetre rtMttW
ebttai u» tbe piece ol heciualeir.
Deled Oeu.t-er mb   1*6
11. ymumttk
H OMMMMtafCj ■por.l pUetetlat lb««*elb
went cur-Mr of K. K. Hervejr'i tleitwr licee**,
tbeiicr are«l liMcbelet. tbeere  uortb Hi rbllM
Iturweeeet HdekeJu, tbence eooife *' cbilu
to pl*if i>f \*rwlUlPrf,
Itatiil iirti»U*r Ulb. 1*'«
a H fellen
H • .lUiiiirm istr ei m pu*l plenteil et tk*
..«Mth**t-.i ■ urnff of K K. lUrrejr'■ Ueiber
Ikottae iben*** went liblcbnle*.. tbeace MMttb H
rbelu*.. tbeure *■•■.! IM cbaini- tli****.'** ewrib
»" ctoUu to plnce of lK-f inninr/
u*t.-i OetoMr uth. im.
T. H. I. Keewk*
13  lonBreclnc   nt   e po»t pleoted  forlf
• btlD* nortb ot ibe MfthWftM corner ol l>. M
Ueeaen'i tlnber lnew* thence wenf 1<W
■ li«ln- ihen.-e r.orib en-hiliii.. tbeoee tttM UM
cbelBH. ihenreMNiib«)cheln> to piece of be
■ClBttlBf.
l»«l*-l October Uth, ]*>;•
K Kenokk
u  t'omtaearliie nt » po*i   plneted   forty
• bnlnt Borthof the north*e»t corner al U. M-
i.inebetn'i U»ber UeeMS, tbeoee weet le*
ahelM ihoe>c<*M»uib*ncbeiB«. iheexoeeet !**»
tbtM, ibeece north Mcbnlu*. to pleee at be
rf.aniij.-
I mini Oi-totwr Mil*  IfM, 1
A » Keoolvb
l& t.'omuieiirinB it » pr>»i pleeled el the
iiurtbwr-1 • oreer ol U H Uoeheei'e Ueiber
Uc«bm. theBie nortli i^cbntei. ibeBeo eeetft
cbsUk. ibeere vouib Mcbeln». tbeooe eeel et
cbelu. ibeece koutb to chela*,  ibeor-e weel W
• bnlei to plnce of i«f innlru
Usled October Itib  IWV
W. II. llartey
16 Com we mi ok st a pent pleated fen;
< hnltia **■•! of the uiuitinii comer of K. t
Herrey-M tiaiber lu**m.t tbence wc*t Wrbelna.
tbeare «outh P' cbnla*. Uiea<« eoat o> chela*.
tbence nortb au ebnla* lo place of berlaalBf
DalodOoMbM Mib. iw*
a 11. Pollen
K Coumencini; ax at a port pleated el the
north*e»t corner of Isabel Herfey'a U»Ur
lkem»e ibence «e»t iw chelae, tbeere north
w i bam*, them* can I* chain*, tbeoee eoelh
♦' chain*, to pinre ol betfinnititr
l»»i.-l n> tuber Ulb  l***-
T. II  I. Keaolrk
II l oniiyentlBfl al a pmt pleated 01 the
»o-tbwe*.t rorner of Isabel llarte** ■ Umber
item**, tbenie «e^t IWebala*. iheore tenth W
cbattts. thence real l<» chaiaa tbeme north Oi
rhalav to plm-e of benlenlng
ltnlc-1 it. i.ib*T Itlh. Mb
i3 r. Fotioi-*
MINBKAt ait
iK.-wi F.j
'llllMi  tn or IBPB.tr
E. J. CLAYTON
The Illinois Central
Maintains unexcelled (service from
the vest to ihe east ami south. Making
close Donneetioiu with trains ol all
' trar-1'ontinouial lines, passengers are
: given their choice nf ronWs toChioago,
I Louisville. Memphi*- and New Orleans,
1 and through th*1-" points to tli-* far east
Prospective Iravelers dcwirlng lofor-
j mation as to tho lowest ratQfl and best
routes an* Invited to correspondence
with the following representatives.
B. H.TBUMBtTLt^ Commercial Agent
L4S Third st,, Portland, Omgoo*
J. <\ I.INhSKV. 'IM*. .\  I'.A.
142 Third St.. Portland, Oregon.
; P.B.Thompson, f.m'.a., Room
^ 1, Colman Bldj-., Seattle, Wash.
POR ft FIRST -GLflSS TURNOUT
HANDLEY'S
LIVERY
TEAMS ami DRIVERS
Furnished for any [mini in the
district
Fort Steele B.C.
atiwmmr
DR. E. W. CONNOLLY    EH«do««.
£ C.lK.ry. AlUrt*
rl P. Burns & Co.
Ptiusician Mfi Surgeon
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NOTICt
Bmoe, Vl.'tiirl. aud Siand.nl rr»,'lloo
.'>! inerml Claims.
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MlDlnr KecorJer for. C.rtltfcaw of Ia,pr.»r
Barm, tor the purpoa. ol ubtalalac .Cross
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Boovsnoe Maker
All Work Guaranteed
New Work Made u. Measure
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Meat Merchants
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Dealers in
Live Stock
Abattoir and Coli
at Calgary. Alberta.
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t.   slonr the lor.led II.M of .ur ralla.r.
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Land, and works neparuneai.
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> teurte, n.c. tr< OMMat. !•». THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B. C. NOVEMBER 4. 1905.
U CLAPP
W. ROLLINS
ote
Baker Street,     Cranhrook, B.C
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Lighted   By Electricity      k
Heated By Hot Air -   Wk..
Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS   FOR TOURISTS AND OLD TIMERS
Central
Hotel
ROBERT JOHNSON
Proprietor
&  Marysville, B.C.  %
Tho leading Hotel of the St Mary'* Valley.
Nice »iry rooms, newly furnished. Table as Rood
as any in Kootenay.
GOOD   SAMPLE   ROOMS
ROYAL
HOTEL
One Dollar Per pay
and Up.
L. B. VanDecar, Prop.
IB. H. SHORT k CO. I
ARMSTRONG  AVENUE
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LIQUORS i CIGARS
A. C. BOWNESS
AGENT   FOR
Galgjtrv Beer, Ale & Porter.
T. LEBtL & CO., Hay ami drain.
Oranbrook. B.C.
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Gaioaru Game 60.
Prtih tnd Salted Meets
Pith ud Poultry in Setion
J CIC1I   JUST RECEIVED   tlrst of ihe season  ClCil
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Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Under New Manasernent
•u       When you want a good
Headquarters for mining   f   p]ace to 9top come t0 the
men and old timers. jjl   Manitoba.
d. a. Mcdonald, manager
Wa Olve You Tour Mono?'a Worth
(Wje yrosvwtu*.
SATURDAY, NOV 4, WW.
Steel For Corbin Rotd.
Aniiouncemeut is made that
the steel for the Spokane International railroad Is on its way
weat. It will take 25 to 30 train
loads to supply Ihe road, and
will all lie brought in over the
Crow's Nest branch.
Truck laying will commence
on the north end and continue
south us fast as construction
work will permit.
Mr. Btrold Nelson In "Prtnoetot
di Rimini
Mr. C. P. Walker announces
the engagement in Cranbrook,
Tuesday, November 7th, of Mr.
Harold Nelson, supjxiited by
Clifford Lane Union and an excellent company in the famous
tragedy of Italian history,
"Frawesca da Rimini".
The story of the play is drawn
from Dante's wonderful creation
and is elaborated through the
efforts of Robert Roker the well
known dramatist. In Europe
various artists have portrayed
the great drama, among whom
rlernhiirdt, Dust, und Salvini
rank foremost, In America
Lawrence liiirell und Olis
Skinner laid Ihe foundations of
their fume in the purl of
Uuiciotto, tho cripple, and now
the favorite Canadian actor, bus
npplieii his talents mid ex,
perienee     in     perfecting    this
wonderful pari.  Kvery requisite
of u great production is promised, with scenery electrical
effects and u Ihnrnugltly coll,
sisieni east,
A„ tragedy is Mr
forte, a pei'foi'Niiincc
with his "Rlclillieil"
for.
will run between Liverpool, Mod
trealand Quebec, making their
first appearance in the St. Lawrence with the opening of navigation next season, and will be
larger and faster than any passenger steamship hitherto run on
this route, their tonnage being
14,000, length 570 ft., and
breadth 65 ft. They will cost
over 12,000,000 each. The passage from Liverpool to Quebec
will be made in less than a week,
even when taking the Southern
route via Cape Race, adopted by
the Company on account of it*
safety. Each steamship will
have accommodations for 800
first cabin passengers, 850 second cabin, and over 1.000 steer'
age passengers.
Nelson's
mi a par
is   I, „>ked
Canadian P.icilio Steamships.
- There ure niw under construe
tion on llie Civile. It, he launched next mouth, iwu iiiugnlficieul
pUnSHIIgtil'    .tl.'atlllaallipS.     deSt i lietl
to be the tirsi ul' the lasl Trims
Atlantic passenger service of the
Canadian Pacific Railway Company. They will he christened
the ''Empress of Britain" and
"Empress of Ireland." Everything in their equipment is of
the most modem type, advantage being taken of the latest
improvements un steamships
throughout the globe, and many
new features for the comfort and
convenience of passengers, aud
the protectiou of perishable
freight being introduced.    They
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STROM
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Purohise   Prioe  $3.00 t Month
lllowtnoe Made For Old Maohine
Arnold & Roberts
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ii TISDALES ii
Headquarters for
PRKSH FlUJlTaS
NUTS anil OHOtOsi
CONFECTIONERY
;; Ice Cream and Solt Drinks ;;
Alto Tobacco, Pipe,
and Cigar.
!!   Baker St.    Cranbrook   !!
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% MUSIC |
Mrs. Hislop "a^MI
Special attention to touch,
technique, phrasing and
grading of studies.
For pm-ili-nltu'** upply to C. E. Reid k
Co., The Drujfgitju.
XOTICE.
Notice In hereby (tree that thirty daya aftar
data 1 lnttml tn Apply 10 llio Chtet Com-
iu in*.,oner uf ijauJn awl Worka lur a l.lcenat
to pfoaptat (or coal and imtroitMiin oa Ue foi-
luwliil deacrlbrd Und t-lluan* In Block 44*1,
Kaat Kootouy iHatrlci. B.C.
Oon-B**nolB(| at ft po«l pUut***! two mil-'*1 eaat
ot Hage Cravk nnd at»oui Mr mile* nortb of
tho International Boundary, Mm* n « initial
poat of K D. Slnuidnn' claim ud marked fi. D
Sluiiunaa' ttouthwoitt corn' r poat. then.*** north
bu chain*, thence (Mat *> ehaina, ibeur* aoutb
Wchnlna, thenee wnatWehnlna to place of I**
■ lanlBi, eoataUIUf MO acrea.
Lo-attds«pt »th, iw*.
E. D. Slmmona, Locator
U. N. Mtiiretfor. Airent
NOTICK ta hereby uiven thai thirty daya
afterdate I Intend toapply io tut) Chief Com-
mittaloner ol Landi and Works for a llcenae to
proapw't for ci>al and petroleum on tbe following deMtrllH'il land Miuaui In Block VM. Khni
Koowimy liisiriiii. iirltir.li Columbia:
('iii.iiiif inliiK at a post planted two lutlen eaat
of s»k.' Creek und atioui live miles nortli of ihe
international Boundary, U-Ihi*. iho Initial poul
■ if U. fi. Sullivan* cluliu ami marked R. K.
Sullivan'* northweit coiner post, thenee south
tW chain*), thence e*wt m chains, thenc north
w chains thence went HOrhahm Io thi place of
beKinnliiK. containing MO acn**..
Lot'itleil St-iil. .HI. MUtV      *
It K. Sullivan. Locator
(i. N MeOrenOfi Aj,cnt
Notice l« hereby given thai thirty day*, attar ;
ilutv 1 iijictiii lu apnly to [he Oil let •'nmiuU*
•iloiier oi Lamih ami Worka for n Licence to
pruMpecl luM >mI mul PeiroltfUO) on the lollnv - ,
liiK Jescrin, ,1 lati'l uttualn in Hl.Hk MM, Kast I
KooteitMy DUtrlct, MritUh roiomble.
Oommettclng at u poni phintoit two inllen
of Saice Creek nml nl'iui Hv« inlii-t north of the
International Ifouuilury being tue Initial peat
ut W. A. WilkliiHuh'a claim aii-1 intiilted w. \.
Wilkinson'*  northeit't   corner |im»i. utenee
i muth Mii'iiHin*. iiiiiii'.- », it iii I'ti.iiioi. iiicnc*!
i nonli **nrlinlu* tin lire ra-i*v,i-hi ni-, in plnte
| ol lieglntti'iK. conlainiiiv >•¥• Ht'fva.
I    Located Sua :»j IW*.
W. a niikiii*oii Loentni
U. N. Mctlr. *ur. ,\^<jil
Notice U inn-tiy given that thirty tlafi* a(wr
date I Intend toapply toihci'hl-l i*oiuiuis*ii. •
ur of Laadi unJ Worka foi a LUvufte I",
proapect for rnal and petroleum on the Ml w-
Ing dewrtbed litr.il altuMe lu niock  Wi. Ki-t
Kootenay inntilot, t**'
Couiiiieiiclng si a pait planted t«ro ilIIcs ngat
of sage ('reek and about five inllet north ot m ■
luteruatloual Boundiiry, t*eln^ the iulilal p,«t
of K. MIIUh' claim aud marked K MIlIU' eo tb
eaat corner poat. theuce north 8u chalna, thenoe
weatWihalni. thence south 00 chalni. ihenee
eaai go em i ni to place of beginning, contalnl&ir
W acre*
Located Sepl 30. IW6.
R Mlllli. locator
U. N. Meuregor. Agent
Notice la hereby giren that thirty daya rafter
date I Intend lo apply w the Chief Cmmli
aioner of Lands and Worka for a License to
prmpect tor Coal and IVtroleutu on the following deacrlhed land, altuate in Block it*n, Kaat
Kootenay District. B.f
Commencing at a post plaut«tl one and one-
ball mllea weal of Sage Creek and about eight
mllea north of the International Boundary be*
ing the Initial poat of J. li Van Natters1 claim
and marked J B. Van Nailers' northweat eorner poat. theuce eaat UU chains, thence aoutb Bt)
ehaina, tbence weat 80chains, thence nortb W
chalna to place of beginning, containing 640
acrea.
Located Sept. »-. ltWft.
J. li Van Natter, Locator
UN. Mcdregor, Aiient
Notice Ih hereby given that'll) dnya afterdate
I Intend to apply to the Chief CommlMloner
of Lauds and Works fur a License to proi-
pect for Coal and Petroleum on the following
deacrlbed land, situate in Block 4MM. Kast
Kootenay District, British ('olumbla.
Commencing at a posi planied one and one.
hall intlei weat of Sage Creek and about eight
mill's north of tbe International BatHMlarv, lie,
Ing the Initial poat of A. IMky'a claim aud
market) a. I'clky's northewd corner po.*t.
thence weat W chalna, tbenee houth no cIiiiIiih.
theuce eaat M> clmltiH, thence nortli 81) chains to
place ur beginning, containing rt*0 acres
LOOated Sept :m. IHU.
A. IVtky. Loi-aior
O. N. McUrugor, Agent
NOTICK Ih hinehy given thai thirty days
after dale I Intend to apply to the Chief Cotn-
nil»Miont>r of Lands and Works for a Llcenae to
prospect for coal and pcu-olcum on the following deacrlbed land situate In Block tw:t. Kast
Kootenay District. British Columbia:
Commencing at a post plumed onv and M,e-
half miles weat nf Sage Creek and About eight
mllea north of llie International! Boundary, be*
iug the Initial iMHlofU. W Armstrong's claim
and marked O. W. Arnairuni'a southwest
corner post, thence north ft) cbelna, thence eaat
no chains, (henee aouth M) chalna. thence weat
MicbaliiHtiiplHUHot beginning, containing M0
acres.
Locnted Sept 80, IW.V
ti, W. Armstrong, Locator
ti. N. Mctlregor. Agent
NOTICE ta hereby given tbal thirty days
after date I Intend toapply in the Chief Com-
mlafllonerot Lands antl Works for a LloenNu to
prospect for coal ami petroleum on the follow.
Ingdeitirlbcd luud slluate In Block IM*. Kail
Kootenay Dlatrlct, Brltlab Columbia:
Commencing at a post planted una aud one-
half miles weal of S g<- Creek and about eight
miles north of the International Bouudary, being the initial poll of Al. ¥.. Armstrong'* claim
and marked M ¥. Armstrong'* aoutbeaat corner poat, thenco north ft) chalna, thence went
gochalna, thencesouib M ebalna, tbenee eaat
B0 chalna to piece of beglunlng, containing •«
acres
Located Sept. 30,1**.
M. K. AtmauoMt Leetlor
Q. N. UeQregor.Afeet
NO'l'Icr: 1* hereby givea tkal thirty daya
alter date I intend to apply to Um Chiel Com
mlr-alonwr oi Lauds and Worka ler a Lleegrw te
prospect for coal end petr<denei oa tbe fellow-
lug described lead altwie la Meek UN,
Rant Kootener IMMrtet; Brltl-h ColimMe.
coBwaclH ai ft poat pleated oee mile ear*
of tb* Uternetloftgl aeuaftary ua am «..
aid eae-neli alien tnm wkete the KliM^MeV
na Creek croaaea the International IViundary,
being the initial paat ol U A- tellivaa a clala
and marked L. A. Sullivan* aftnheeea eorner
poat, thenoe ei.at eo ehaina. Uence aoutb M
ehaina. thence weat W chain*, thenoe north ft)
chalni to place ol beginning, coamUUig l«
acrea-
Ueeted Sept. 10. IMft
L. A. Sullivan. Locator
O. N. Mctiiagor. Agent
NOTICK la hereby given that thirty day*
after dau I Intttnd to apply to ibe Chief Com
TiUiioner of Landa and Worka tor a Llceaae to
prospect fpr ooal and petroleum ou the following deacrlbed landa situate In Block iWJ, Kut
Kootenay District. Brliiab Colombia:
Commencing at a poat planted oa*>balf mile
eaat of HageCreek aad about three mllea nonh
of the international Boundary being tbe Initial
poat of A. Suit van'* claim and mark* d A- Sul-
Uvan'a aouthweat eorner p*t, thence north go
chalna. thence e«ai HO chains. then<e *outn 00
chain*, thence went 10 ehaina to plaoe of beglunlng. contain.mr 640 acres.
located Sept. a, l«ft.
A. Sullivan, Locator
ti. N. Mctiregor, Agent
NOTICB la hereby given tbat thirty day*
after dau 1 Intend u> apply to the Cblef Curm-
mlaalofter of Landa and Work* for a Uoreee to
proapect for coal and petroleum uo the following deaorlbed landa situate la Block UM Beat
Kootenay Dlatrlct. Brltlab Columbia:
Commencing at a poat planted one bait mile
eaal cl Sage Creek and about three miles nortb
uf the International Boundary, being the
initial po.t ol W A. Moore's claim and marked
W A. Moore's uoithwest corner post, tbenoe
eaat ft) chalna, tbence aoutb w chalna, tbeace
weat M cbalns. thence north M chains to place
uf beginning. <*ontalnlng MO acre*
Located Sept. ft). INK.
W. A. Moore. Locator
ti. N Mctiregor. Agent
NOTU'K la hereby given that thirty day
after date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Work* for a Llcenae to
proapect for coal and petroleum on the following described landa In Block 43M, Kail
Kootenay District. British Columbia:
Commencing at a post plauted one mile weal
of tbe Flathead River ami one mile north ot the
International Boundary b-ing the Initial poat
of 0. B. Simmons' claim snd marked C. B
Simmons' northeast corner pott, thenoe south
ho chalna. ihenee weat ft) chains, thence north
mi chain*, thence east mi ehaina to place of beginning, containing tlm acrea.
Located sepl .30,1906.
0. H Simmons, Locator
tt. C.N. Mctiregor, Agent
'."...ir aHentJoti i**   'nil '  '
1'Unnvr Limited" tttt »<■ ■*• i»   "Nl1*
,\ tiiftuu «\: rti r»nl Kuliwuv." "The only
!i,-rfi.fi train*. In ilx- world."
Vhii Mill llllO it ik'rtirabl.' to ride on
il'i'i- truin- VfhtiU miing to any i>oiiit in
thu f^tr-t**rii stale- or Canada. They
i*OUUeot with all Traii-n-ontiuuntjil
Train*, and all Tinket Ajfenta will
ticket a.
Kor further information, oainpttlete,
ou;, oak any Ticket A^ontor
It. 1.  FOliD, H. S, UOW1C,
Paee. Agent, Ocn *ml A^ent,
SPOKANE. POIITLANP
SAVE TIME
ALL
THE    TIME
•Y   USING
SEATTLE, TACOMA
AND ALL
Pacific Coast  Points
ST. MUL, CNICA60. IEW T0IK,
AND
ALL POMS EAST
Fulww ud Tourist
•L.p.r., BulT.U
Library O.r., Kod.rn
D»y OoachM.
Dining 0»r«,
MEALS   A   LA  CARTK.
Bett Meals on Wheels
2PAM  TRAIN'S o
KAST AND WKST DAILY   aaC
POP lull lmi'tli'iilius, p«li>.,   folilt-r.
i'i,'., t'Hll on or mldri'ss.
S.fl, YKHKKS.u.w.P.A.,
Seattle. Wnh.
C. VV',  MAHOHRY, r.p. & t.a,
Spokane,
"lIt/,i\TTTVTf*t    0N BAKER ST.. ONE DOOR W18T OF
Je\j\Jm\jJ       BILL ft CO.    Th. only plM*laWwa
ttukt ctn •nuke lite worth tht Urtaf.
e
E. H. SMALL, Manager
Oatsl Oats!!
Harris Bros.
«.»«i»»»a»»»aiiiiii ^lana ana ■ a mm»mmia*tim*+*x
PELTON WATER MOTOR
6 INCH  PELTON  MOTOR
YOU HAVS A WATER PBEtSTJKE OF 100 IM. TO! TTU
CITY KATJTa. Th* 0-inch Motor Illu.tr.ted »bor. will «**fdop
8 H.P. ud uie but little water. Cheaper than Oa» or aiectrldty,
and adapted for running Printing; Pre**.., Dynamo*, (Mml
Machinery, Btc. See the Motor In Operation at the ofllo* of "Tfc*
■Koepector".
THE WATER SUPPLY CO.. LTD.
SELL THESE MOTORS
And will give yon fall particular, and prion. Or Witt* «■
direct, giving particular, a* to power required aad Mad af
machinery you wieh to run.
THE PELTON WATER WHEEL CO.
100 Main St., San Franoisea, CaL
 '. . i iii. ***ammammmt
sseaeaaasas-M
Royal  Hotel #
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A
FORT STEELE JUNCTION
Finest of Wines, Liquors and Cigara.
Those wlio aw woary and thirsty, drop ih, aw
AIpx will do llie rost.
ALBX McCOOL    Prop.
SALK  OF   MINERAL CLAIMS FOR UNPAID TAXKS IN THE FOKT  STKELK  ASSESSMENT D13TRT.CT, PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
(HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that, on Monday Hip sixth day nf November, A.D., 1006, ot UM
Government Offices. Cranbrook, B.C., an the houv of twelve o'clock noon, I shall Mil at Public
Auction, the Mlnnral Claims hereinafter set out, of the persons in the list hereinafter sot out, Of
which Crown Grants have been issued, for all unpaid tax'es accrued, due and payable on the 80th
June, 1905, or accrued, due and payable at any :10th .lune subsequent to the date of the issue of tho
Crown Grant and for costs of advertising and other expenses.
UST ABOVE MENTIONED.
RKUim'IRED OWNHI OK OHOWN ORANVtC
C, H. Maolntosb	
C. H.M*clnto*h	
C H. Maolntoeh	
W.VsaAredaleaetai	
Arthur Phillip.
Colmubui li. f
NAM! AND DMOWPTIOM OF CLAIM
BSWWWUk.*.^.:.-..-
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SlMMd.1	
UBCe.h'«
P*tH« Cranbrook, $.0., m*»%
A. o; MttSOH, Ammm\
w*M% armam m
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l'HE PROSPECTOR. ORAKBROOK, B.C.. NOVEMBER 1. 1" ?
I Imperial Bank of Canada 1 -T^R--:-x„,,„„/  Pi ATFOrM
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CAPITAL AUTHORIZED I4.000.00u
CAPITAL (paid op) • $3,000,000
REST ACCOUNT $3,000,000
Head   Office-Toronto.
$    T. R. MK11RITT. President   I). P.. WII.K1K. Viv.-1'rv-. and Gen. Man.
I    AGENTS   IN   GREAT   BRITAIN—Lloyd,.  Rank   •- Lombard St..
London.
A General Basking Bnatnea. Trmnimotert.
Savings Bank Department.—Interest allowed mi deposits.
Cranbrook Branch.       j. F. M. PINKHAM. Monafter.
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I LOCAL NEWS. \
• '"aaaaaa'ia.aaaaaaa»iuuulimui.V
i>. E. McLaughlin ol  Macleod
was in tli,' city Friday.
Dr.   H.   Watt  of  Fori  -Steele
was in Cranbrook Wednesday.
1.   S„ nbetituiion     ihn>
la.i, i> none.
-'.   QeaalineM i" I'rwrii.-
liain work
1    Prtainpl
t 'iiMamu'i-!..
Ain-niion     i„
4.    Xo Uak,-,,,T> I,, An, Our
., . i    On this platform we have built
There w.»   something  doing I '        ,,,,...,
among the Ix-vs on Halloween.    1UP a S°°d clean UKl I. business.
__ One that is inviting to the people
A  Sands uf  Wardner  was in
town Monday.
„ _  ^.^mmmm     ■— — — — " — ""I MlaaMM   m   M mt H.        I        MackaV.        VtMaOOOTBT,
*##**•♦**♦♦** **♦♦**♦♦**♦♦*  was iu the city Monday.
IfifrV II       D       If Ull *       A    Mckenzie.   Portland,   was
•:"r*i M      ft     ■ ■_■■        A in Cranbrook Monday
♦
9.    l>   Breckenridge ot Wardner
9f  was in town Momlay
F*l»   mtmym- awmama w ^~.f ■»■
I, B. K. CO,
STANDS FOB
Hudson Bay
.1  E   Hodgson,  Caljmry.  was
town Moudav
CALL AND BEE US
Beattie & Atchison
Where It Ptys to Deal.
A  Bargain In
Cranbrook
REAL ESTATE
ODB   HEW
XMAS MOUNTS
Are Ihe Beat thai Tin-
Baetern Uarket Affords
You cannot sit a day to,, soon
now for your
Xmas   Photo
Prest Photo Go.
Studio.
Baker St Cranbrook, B.C.
DRAYING
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COUIMERCE
Paid-up Capital. $8.700.000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO
B. E. WALKER, G.nrral Manager        ALEX. LAIRD, AnL Gen I Uaaafat
BANK MONEY ORDERS
ISSUED AT THE FOU.OWINO HATI»:
$5 end under    • *****
Over $3 and net eiecetUnf *»    • eeetJ
-   «,,<, *»  Weena
«   $30 *        IM  IS cents
Tke« Order, are Payable at Par ai any offic. In Canada of a Cbartsrei
Bank, (Yukon exoepted) .nd at the principal banking pent, la the laltet
SUltCa. inoTim, at s SB un .T
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE. LONDON, ENfi.
Thev lorn ao excellent method ol remitting small sum et ■
17 with eaMv and at amaU eaat.
»i>m'*>a^r*>al*>S'^'^**-*WI**«*B"
J:.i::r;:;: t fis t put your sayings into diamonds
liest aqnipmenl in B.C.  and we J
guarantee satisfaction. #
Knitting Co.j  M. Mclnni^mo,IlhtWrAfnp Calp k
iv ri   _ T Cranbrook Monday on business.   » vl    CJUIU   *»
A* ' ♦  J Frame   Plastered
Two Storey
Frame   Plane ed   Buildinff  on
I Balfour. Lennoxville, teas a Hanson Avenue    Installed with
UuUU      flUlluOU      uUUU©J|* -ne>1 al »l>e l/ranbruolc Monday   ,. i,.,.,,..,. ,,„!,, ;i,     „ 	
Every Article Made By Them Is
1 Guaranteed
To (five satisfaction in every
way.     -WE SELL THEIR
♦
i
About that Piano I
We are tiie authorized   ageQta
for the removal of IMason .v. Rigcb   J
Pianos, we can do the work with- g
out risk.    Also Household Pur
^      Vou cannot  come a day too
m. Mm Me. X  soon    tot    your   Xmas   photo.
+ Duck Coats.   Duck Coats Sheep 9 Prest studio.
tion.   Prioa$l300on very easy
1 .1. Murphy of Moyie was a |((,nns  f A   , Datum
'     -        ' 'special offer    ■E"™™Er'
We*have""
ares »l ihe Cranbrook Cartage and Transfer Co f
Breckenridge & Lund Coal , ■ -'•
_,                      ,                    .. Office oppoaite T
Uompanys   shares   at   ->.>*•. ciu;. Depot.                    PhoneB3. ■
The shares are now quoted        J,
allow.-iln- bent -
DIAMONDS in your (XmhmIos I
retireaenta money -mot**,* money
ihun yon nay (or thi'iii aIt«T you
inivi- worn thiMii u wliihj. foi' ihe
advino* in pricw in mai-kttl, -tnd
there U positively m> danger of
I Hmimmlrt lifpri'riiitinjr In value.
i >f couru It in elweyn urnta-ory
in i-Imhm* wi*.»*l> end \my the rifflit
I»l-i*-*— when Jruu mulct* your wire*
tion, therefore it 1-* «>tf*ofttiai thst
yon should i'Iiinw tin* yems at a
reaponaiblo limine. Our record
■a- uVtt iTM in tliiiinitmi-. Uonethtt
we '.I,ink tt> enviable, and our
ii in the »*ity.
wm. F. Tate & Son
♦♦**+♦**♦♦»* »«♦♦*«♦•«»♦♦««
:; 11 i-i-i-i I ************ 1111! i:; i i *****
Beale & Elwell
»eWs^*>«9tj««***9«fli^»*>«^«i*>«l
James Cameron and M. Regan    PDBUr SOTICK i- hen-i,) iriv.-n 	
W of  Movie  were in Ihe city M, in-  to the elector, ol tli" munli'lpalltj  ».f   , , , , , itiit
a ' day. ' 'ranbrook, thai I require the presence a
m   of the said elnoton »t the FIRE HALL
James Finlay. manager of tbe B»ker ~"'"'' "" ""• l5tn   ''">  "'■
Sullivan group of mines was In  November next, at  12 o'clock nooe. for
.  Cranbrook Tuesday on company Ule I""'  "f  "i''''1'"-'   per»on« to
business. '    represent    them    in   the   Municipal
inni'il ;t- Mayor and Aldermen,
The nn ala- nf nomination ol candidal
•p ...    ...    uauaaaaauj     ....-,,... ....      v..
T I!. Downing, Vancouver, and I!
I Campbell, Moyie. were guests at
* the
Cranbrobtc Tuesday.
I  _       	
A T     P. c. Malpas, manager of tli
? Baker. St. Cranbrook, B.C. X ''«""<ii«" Banic of Commerce,
J.  **••••»••»" ***"• » 4. wasal Port Steele on Saturday
last.
J The serving of dainty sweets
4 alter refreshments at parties
j L'ive a correct tinisli to the finest
•j. luncheon.  The "Candy Makers"
y can furnish anytning of the sort
lu order.
9  WILL   *»
RENT
'■ Roomed House	
3 Huomed Furnisheil House	
:' 1 iftices on Baker Street  	
: Kiximed House	
1 Roomed House	
4 H<ionied House	
B Roomed House     	
7 Kooined House	
Larsre House Maker Hill
Handsome Offices on Baker Streel
10.00
10.00
1	
12.00
15.00
16.00
18.00
23.00
R. (.'hurch of Seattle, was a
1^11 si ut the Cranbrook Monday.
Mr. Church on Tuesday went to
the Flathead country to look
i over a number of coal claims In
which be is interested.
Cranbrook
n uveru
GEARY a DOYLE. PROP'S
Teams nnd drivers funjish
imI for any point In the district
A. DOYLE. Manager
»■«  a  •  ■"•   ■  •  •"•+  >'**-•••■■*•  I  a-tm
0. H. Samuels, Montreal;  I
ghall hctw follow
Th** **aii'iiilat''!> «,iiiill (•«• nominated ir
W'ritini;:   Tho  writing  simll   In-   -uic
icribed in two voters of the Municipal*
ity aa proposer and seconder, and *-h..ll
be lion mm oil to the returning*Officer at
any time between the date of the notl
am! 2 p.in. of tht* day of the Domination
and in the event oi a |m>11 being n>
nary, such i»oll will be opened on th
22ndof November at tbe FIRE MALI.
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.mM of which every
perMin if hereby required to lake notice
ami govern himself accordingly
QUALIFICATION required by law
to be possessed ol by the candidates for
the offices mentioned abov
FOR THE OFFICE OF MAYOR
•'The persons qualified to i** nomln-
"ated for and elected Mayor hi thi
"first election -ball hesueh persons aa
"aro mal'* llritifih subjects of the full
"age of twenty-one, year-, and not di»
"Tn'l"' ;""':•'' ""'v '"  "n"  h,"V"'.:   I.IMK AND SHINGLES FOB s.M.K
The Ladies Aid Society of the/'1'"'" forOiethWaniontlwpreceedlnij
Presbyterian Churoh will holda|"*hed».vo! """»"'"  '
sale nf work, on the evening of
*
♦ *
9
9
9
The Souvenir Heaters are
moving out luster than we anticipated
5-H-H-i
-:■:■!■!■!■■: H*4 i: 1:11 H H*****************
Hill &. Co
, -^Jg;   The L'niversall) Acknow-   ^j^,-.
~^%       lr>dged Leaden In        W^'
High Class Ladies and
Gents Garments.
ODB BTOKE is now replete in all lines
for FALL and WINTER
We Cordially  Invite   YOU   to Call  and Inspect Out
Large   and  Varied  Stock
Hill & Co.
November 80th The work will
be suitable for Christinas and
New year's presents.
l'oli   Mae
"owner "t lu.i.l or real property in the"
"t'ily ,il tin- value of one thoojand*'
"ilaallaii- nml otherwise qualified to"
"rote at .iii'li election."
lull THE "Kt'll I', til'' AI.HK.KMKN
"'I be |MTauiia qualified to ls> numin"
a.Kay.   siiperintendenl .,,„.,, ,,„. „„,, ,.,,„.,,,, Ai,i,.,'.n.'n at the"
of rotids returned  front  Ihe si    ..„,„ B„w, .,„ thal,,.. .,„.,,     ,. „.
Marys dlstrlot   Monday,    Mr
Msckav on Tuesday went  lo lh
JAMES GREER
CONTRACTOR
and BUILDER.
BSTBtATBS FfHNISHKll ON AM. WORK
alOBBOTO   l'UKMlTI.V KXK.fTTKI).
Houses and Cottages for Kent
or Sale on Easy   Terms.
Telephone .*".
D. J, JOHNSON
Carpenter *^ Builder
Kiiiiiii'inl country io look over a
route for a wagon road Into tbe
eoal ami oil sections ol thai
portion of the dlatrlct,
Qood Work at
Reasonable E*rlci
■ilia'nulla   lii'iti-h -uliji'i'l. ol the   dill
•it^,' ill im-iiiy one ti'iti-a nml »re  Dot*'
'dtaMjualtlied under ttoj law, and bare"
•|»"" '"'• ""■,h"- "I|-1"-"-11"-   Office and Workshop Lewis 81
■ilia' ,Ihv nf Domination the auaseMed
'owner, ol land or real property in ' —
■Uu i Ity ill .he ralue ul tiv•• hundred"
'dollar*and .,!<■ ntii'-rwi-a  quHlifinl"
\ J. D. McBride
9 CRANBROOK, B.C.
Ashcroft
Potatoes
->♦
Price  Of These  Potatoes
Will   Soon. Advance
•*
♦*
Opera House
2 Nights Beginning
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
You cant make any mistake in liuyini* them.    They arc
the only potatoe that will Keep Good All Winter.
They  Wont  Rot
They  Wont Sprout
.\ni! every potatoe will be aa good in the sprit.** as it is
now.
WE   HAVE   ONLY   ASHCROFT6
G. T. ROGERS.
FANCY and STAPLE GROCERIES and CROCKERY,
Cranbrook
vtiTl'.its <jt Ai.iKii AiitiN. RAILWAY
The    |a"|allll-    l|lllllili''ll      'aa    \ a al ,       |laf ^"^| "I *% —a. ^aau
Mayorand Alder ,t ..,.•!,       ...    Winter Sohedule \Jk\%i\ DxOOK..      O.   C
Ihniliif .-M'l-vii-f* N t it ii i Line
Harold Nelson
TUESDAY
The  greatest   tragedy
KOOTKNAY SKI"I [ON
KAST unil WEST
Cnnet't. Wilh
IMPERIAL  I.IMITRI)
Sleeper   Service   West
tia.n -li.il ia- nil nioh person.a. an
11/ ChDA 1    NO , .   i ! ri        twentyone yeart, who ure h I lor.,
.   .     ... homesteaders  or  |>r.-.-n,i'i,,i»  within
(... I. Walker presents  the „„.  , tAarlet ol ,hl.   muolelpalliy
eminent ,Htm' [who    have     "added'    within     tbe
boundaiiee "l   the  nninietpality   fur
un.' >.'/,r Immediately preceflUig  the
date ..I there Letter. Potent, and who     BUndara „,„| -,■„„,.:., Sleepeti leave
■hall, befo-o tho day of men election, Revelatoke Dally for Beattie and, _
Supported  l,.y   Clifford   Uoej have applied ie the Returning OBicer,: Vancouver. f
Bruce and an excellent company and have had their names placed on g
th,' list./( elector, for such election. BA8T
Given uuder my hand  ,1,1s lirst tlny  __...    ^ l*i»pi.ii ■
 M ..'.,.   ,' „  Leare Kootenay laandlns Dall. fur
Italian history ' "()S .M' ""l,F-".. '        !,.led.!.'-ln.e I?81 coanectlng with tar. tot
^g*m^g*WMi^*>«r*m^W^V'»!$. *»«H!rr»-lMII^'*ilHS*4HWWI
Washable Kid Gloves
Iti'iurnlng OlMcer     si. I'uui. Toronto, Montreal.
'FRANCESCADA RIMINA"
The most niiifrnitiient »f
productions.
WEDNESDAY
>"".'■    -r     t-i i i^ TOURIST SLEEPERS
„. „   J. Edear Davis l***> M'^-in.- h»i w,,i,„.a,iB,
Walker o
A   Bricklayer   t
'•"""Contractor ^
"r\,,,,rN    /,.Br,,„„N ., .,  ., ,, i      Thnini/la t i.-k.-t- tiiaml from Kni/lsnal
DAVID   GARRICH Pnrnaoe,  Boiler.   Uiiiikh  »"<' and  rhe Continent. ukfi/rChrLrtmu
Robertson's famous Claiisical  Kireplace Work u Specialty. All "»■*»   All Una.nrprearttad.
Comedy. | description of stone- work nttdor-     p0r lull partloulari, flr.1 ila,. or
taken tourlg sleeper reservation., ipply to
Iih'hI urcnt. or write
Kid,
Gloves i
Saturday tor Toronto.  Monday, Friday
^ff5ft^Wfc» ",r' **m JP»ariea   Washable   Kid  Olov0« I
ATLANTIC s S &.OENCY      |tu» all light shades.    Price *2.<,o
Prices $1.00 and 7Rc.
Seats on Sale at P.O. Druj,    0rim '* at J. D. McBRIDfcS
i Store- Will Rocciw Prompt Attention.
0 HILLIER, Agent, Cranbrook
.1. S.CARTER, K. J.COYI.E,
lu.l'.A.. Nelwn.   A.ti.I'.A.. Vaneoni
f Roynior,
Black Undressed Kid at 1.1.50 and S2.00
A   Guarantee   (iocs   With   Each   Pair   1
REID St CO. j
■Jt*lf»i'«.,»»T%'S'»la»S»l%!i^|(%.a%iK*f%i|^^r»**r»f%

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