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Array Vol. 14.
CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, WUS.
No.  1.
MUNICIPAL    VI ITERS.
Whn Are Untitled to Vote al Next
Municipal Election. Donnltion ..I
A   llonselinldel'.  ami   LiCOIlCO lloldor
'I'he following quulilirullons of a
legal VOtOI', may he read t,i Jiilvjiu
luge  hy snlne  win, desire  tn  vnte al
the coming municipal oloction.
Any llritish BUbJoct, 21 years old,
mule or feinule, wim is the ownor of
real estnte of the nssessed value nf
lint less tIliil, nlle hundred dollars
Or who Is the representative, being
a resident llriiisli suhjeet duly .111
thnrized hy llie directors ni u cor
punitive company whicli is the .is
sessed nwnel' nf luuds, nr nf Improve
ments of lumls situated in tho nm
nicipality.
Thirdly  wim is Ihe lioldol  	
trade Itconco tho annual lee is nut
less Iliun live dollars, nr whn is il
luuischnhlcr.
'I'he definition nf n householder:
Is any person nf Hi,, full nne nt 2\
years who occupies 11 dwolltng, tono
ment, lintel, 01 boarding In,use or
uny part nr portion nf n dwelling
house, tenement, .,r boarding house
and whn shall, unless exempt hy
statute nr municipal hy law have
paid directly tn the municipality
rutes, tuxes nr tecs nf not less than
two dnllnrs for tlie current year.
Licence ladders on nr before lhe
ill. of October having mado a decla
ration thnt lie is ;i llriiisli subject
of the full ago of 21 years, thut lie
has resided in the municipality since
the first duy nf January, 1907, and
has continued to reside in tlie muni
cipulity since thul date, must stale
Wnero the premises used hy llilu us ;i
lieeuee holder ni- a    house   holder is
sitllllte.      And   lhat     lie  llus    paid   In
the municipality ;ill (lie municipal
rates, tuxes, rentals, assessments,
etc. anil lleenee fees payable hy him
which were tint chargeable nn luiid.
A lieeuee ladder is nny person that
has taken nul 11 trade lieence during
tbe current year nf if.", nr moro, and
has resided in the city since Jnnuary
1st., imi".
ORB SHIPMENTS,
Appended will he found th,' ore
shipments from mines in the I'ran
brook district fm- the pnsl week uml
year to date in tons:
St.  Eugene  600 ...26.698.
Siillivnn  ii«" ...2ri.2uu.
'I',,tni 1.404    56.898
CURRENT     NEWS.
Winnipeg Tribune: Sn Sonntor
Perley is utterly disgusted Willi the
Senate. Nn wonder, the dinned ..1.1
thing is loaded up with Oi'H pnrti-
snns, instead ol the Tory brand, &B | tnnco
was the case under the ,dd regime.
Hnl six months, l.m closed tho year
al   IT! 17.1.
Silver, is down, Iiiii ..in'.' during
tho pasl live or ;.i\ years hm, it
heen us low ns il  Is at  prei eni
SOME    RESOLUTIONS.
■Twin New Year's    Bvo; and  thoae
aro siiiae <>i the i.s..imii.m. which
we heard oxpresBcil us we mingled
witli the crowd who were watttni
for the dawn nl the Now Year.
I'iii dono.
Ill   I IVI'I
and the hoys
I'll cut  n I
six months!
An oily un
,'|   Biol    lli
the       Willi.
I'll not play
show its face
.after I  shall sta>
I'lll    ..III    llie   eluh
1.11,1 made j, plunge inr
e, thai luul Its dice to
He gently murmured
II the nld   thing won't
And old "Butinsky" loudly cried.
don't play thai horn, but sine "The
Days of nld Lang Syne" for I hnve
cut out tho booze, end lor this
year will lido tho wator wagon.
PUR   MAYOR J. IL
rllKlUE
The Office Seeks The Man. Ilumlied
Kate I'livers Request Mr. McBride
To  Acccpl   Nomination.
im Jnnunry 1st., n 1 imittee rep
resent iim nver nne hundred rule pay
ers nnil  house holders of    Cranbrook
wailed   nil   Mr.      .Ml-1'.ruin   nml     prcsen
led the fotlowine petition for his
consideration.
,1. 11. McBride, Ban..
■   Cranbi k,  D. C.
Wo th dersigned rnte  payors  In
the City of 1 ranbrook, having the
fullest i-i.mi.I.ui.e iii your ability nnd
Integrity, retniest thai yuu allow
your name to bo placed in nomination for   ihe   office ..I   Mayor of the
City uf ('innl, k,   for   the ensuing
year:
l'l'!..Id.1: you M «V KNOW,
Visitors    Hero    and    There.   Pooplo
Who   I'.uiie to   Crnnbrooli and
Those   Who Oo Awuy.
R. E, Klmpton nl Windermere was
in Cranbrook Wednesday ..11 business
E.T.iMurlon ol Bpoknno was .11 the
Cosmopolitan Sua.lay  last
Wm. Carlin, R. T, Richardson, and
1'. .1. Reynolds ol fori Btcclo Bponl
Sunday In 1  In Ornnbrook,
Mr and Mrs, II.' w. Rcod "i Swan
-ea were l riinbrook visitors New
Year's Day
M.  Mclnnes
a  iln. week
was
he   ei
led
J llll
ji C
rly
nni 1
airy
nu
UUI
111
limltor   uf   Sleellte.-      were   I'lllll
visitors Now  Year's  liny
I'M.  Feugan "f    Marysville   wu
ihe '.-ii\  Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. iliisliill nnil
smi ut Kimberley weie Cranbrook
visitors Friday.
Buck  Ran.'
town Friduy
,'.   uf    FOCI    Steele   WUS   ill
joined   ihe lisl ut   pnal
Then follows a lisl nf over nne
hundred rale payers and house hold
ers uf Crnuhro .1 .
Mr, McBrlde's reply, alter care
fully considering the petition, was
that, such :. petition .'inscribed t,, hy I   A Kitchen allow
nusly in tlie city
1907  Iii    he,  11 voter in    the emu
im: municipal election,
!•'. W, Adolph ol It,mrs Lnko, I!
II. Iluss nl Wnl,I.i ami A. Krupfcll
Elko   were   l-Cglsl I     Jll     Ilie     I'lj.n
brook  M lay.
A. (Ire;:, wili open n luiil dressing
business in Cranhrook next week.
Mr. (lie/ is an nrtisl ill llis line,
jiml emnes highly rccommonded.
Mil gll   it   is  u   little  early   in  the
year;   the beautiful   weather   depart
menl   is attending   strictly    t.. Imsi
Fred. H. Little nt Croston, .1. S
Plpoi uf Macleod, G. 0. Buchanan
nl Kind... j.ml ll. McDonald nl .Marys
ville were guests at lhe Crnnbrodk
Sunday last.
Mr.     lien.   Ilnl.den    left.    Wednesday
lur liis hn  in tl Id country. Mr.
Hi.hden rendered valuable service
white in Cranbrook assisting lhe
Accomodation Orchestra playing for
dances,     lie wns a lusi-class violin
isi.
Tlie   newest   (nil   ill    jewelry    is    tlie I
tiny tine watch, whicli is worn un
the gloved linger, The ehonposl uf
those canned he snld fur less than
'inn.      We   pass,   editor's    wives    will
have tn wi.ii until num. Ihey may be
cheaper then, suy aboul six bits.
w A. Rollins rottirned Thursdny
rrom mi extended visit in l.iicnn, i 'nt
11. Couch ul Pincher Crook, nnil J
M. Aiiiiew ui Wnlilo, were guoBls ut
ihe Cranbrook Kriday.
WANTED,   'l'n   lent    ."■ ,,f 1;   1 n
houso 111 good location, will hay fur
mt iii-.-.     The Frosl   Invostmonl  1'"
Mr, ami Mis li Mcl.ood and chil
dron nl Wariliiei were Crnnlii'ook
visitors  Fi'ldny,
Maine:.  UrnpoB nl   Stewart's.
I-l   K. Jonos, t'lius.  .',.   tlaskill, .1.
Yiiut.  nml   .1.   S.   II I   nl    Kiinlierley
spent  New Year's liny nl Cranbrook.
Win   Craig,   win,   lins 1 11 ui  Fer
llie   fur snllie  tune,   spent   New   Year's
Hay ni Cranhrook
W.   I'',   Tule,     the     jeweler,     was   ill
uud eutiiiiied to the house fur several
days this week,
Happy New Year' Ami may i! lie
ns ii  now promises     the most pros
pet'OIIS   in   the    histurv   ni    the    ('lull
brook district.
THK MESSENGER OF MIRTH.
Huh    Suulli     Will Appear     \l     The
(ipern  House uii Tuesday January
14th.—Everybody Will     Waal    to
Hear Ilim.
municipality is far us 11 u |j„s
siblo (miii all thai would eouliini
illllli', 1.1' Ilium  lho   mural   m<i„!
bililios nl ihr r o L'n 'anon
I 'i'i' IIIOII wim Wm 1I1, limit' Ims'
Ii'   s'l'    111 ,: ish   in inciples iliniii
liiiui'd ' .    11- 11   i-i 1 lii-i.. will h,
  I' ."'" Wlll'll Hm   l|n\
fur 1'ullil •■ iu'i Ivos
tt VTCHNIOHT    SERVICE
The   1.hi    tin,,'    east 1     Watch
imhi .'ii.- wn observed In the
Methodisl ihiii'li .1, Tuesday lasl at
I! 15, The Epworth 1.. ...:..■ tet veil
refreshment j from |n ml  ti. and the
 le 'I   :..'." selections t.. a Inrgo
 'ie iiitlon       titer   prayer   ami 11
hurl ...hii,',,- i,v ti,,. pastor, the con
' rogation ru ■ .mi snnu tho Diuolo
iy   Just   .-. the  New   Yeul   was ilshei
"I    HI   l>y    ttie   hell,   ul   Hie   eil,
MINSTREL MAIDS
l'h
Evening Review, Portago In rial
rlo,    .Man.     "liuh"    Smith    charms
1 pie,  i.s sympathetic,    unit refined,
Hie entertainer  woll  all  hearts,
"Ilni,"   Smith, otherwise  Mr.  Rob
el't   II.   Smiih,   the    retine.l   In,'lily  :n
llatlc Siiiiihern   ontortniner, delight
ed a inusl select all,I cull lire,1 .nidi
cure   last   OVCning,   thill   tilled   tile   lee
Lur,. room uf St Mary's Church
Hearty iaughtor and applause alter
anting with moments ul quiet, until
vided   jittelltiiill    omphnsiSCd     tile ni,
prociatlon   uf a   truly   sympathetic
nud   iil'lli'l I   jimll,'ll,'.'
Frum Mr. Smith's   eordlnl      nia,I
Tu      Me,l       Yuu"      I.i      Ills      lehli'tnllt
"Good Night und Good Rye," um a
dull iiiuinetil ensued. It was like
meeting old friends Bnck t.. the
i.ld homo lie    eui'i'ied liis listeners:
buck  Into   ihe old-fnshli d   family
room be walked you. tn meet the
dear sweot nld mothor, win. knew
her boy wns "Coining Homo;" where
in the shndows that flitted from the
lire, tlmt glowed in the nld tire
plnee, loomed fares uf friends
iong since gone.
Hack   tu   ll I.l     I lOStOUll   he   led
lis inl,i the hy paths and vales uf
the almost forgotten dnys; through
the vlllngo wiili "An (lid Sweetheart
uf Mine"  we promenaded with Whit
COIllh  Riley,     and   iill     tn  llll'  sllll inn,
where "The Train ('nine-  In"  he enn
tinned tn lead us, stopping now und
ihen tn   romp among   llie   bluebells inneac ,.„    .,
jiml    buttercups    wilh   "lint     Kid  of      A'llun Am|
Mine,"   nr tn exchange ;i  happy  word Lm|  lyvo otl
wiih    Mark   Twain    until    wo    wi';  i,ers ,.f the eitv Iir. pertinent,
brought    to   th"   cotton   fields   and
"Mlllse   John,"   where,   hultlllg   fur   a
iimlihi Ski'iii" Kink will [few momenta in tlie shade uf o sweet
magnolia, the gentle southern breezes  see I   to   .villi,  distinct   eel s nl
Swan iver as    the delighted    pro
gramme was concluded.
Every inun,  woman and child went
\ FUTURE METROPOLIS.
The
 Ill
.Uii..
1,    1
he
Mile.
mi's    Manage
i.l    Minds   Im
Thin-si
Houso
in    .1
Tli
n.
Hlh
,t     the    ilpeij,
,.(   ihe    besl
There
compn
1      len
nre   1
>>         1
ell
'.      ..I
llll   s.i
the     sensiill
ladlci     in    th,
d
JAPS UN  WAll I'ATII
.M<'!)    White
Riot,   on,
Mon,   Accident    starts
end Three Injured.
A special .'nun Vnnconver i> to the
[Tccl thul a numbei ol Japanese
nobbed tin.... white men in the Jap
New   Veal's   Day.
a fireman, is dying
nm (iicn, also mem
t   I'i   in all   on  Kriilay i-Vi'l
Kvervliuih u-ok-omu.
The true meaning if the municipal
election plot, will be explained by
tlit.se wim furnished the cash t<> pay
for dog licences.
badly
as the
im: nu
Tho  .it
Minden iiiii I in the hospital
salt ot a fight today in the
quarter with an overwhelm
er nf subjects .if the Mikado
io light  was the   worst  iu the city
ice Hie September riots.
\nderson, accompanied l.v .1. Frost
d    T.    McDonald,    were   imsshu; a
was  iendeu'd   t<
so many nf the rat'' payer-; nl ('ran
brook was ant )■> he passed lightly
nver, ami as the matter was hi ihe
nature of 11 surprise, he ii"t. anticipating mn nii'i pa I honors, also ihe
requirements <•! his own business,
carefully looked Into before deciding
Hitter nf sad; gravo Impor
ile     finally   consented   tn
Miss Crooker mi Thursday evening
ai tho residence nf Mr. and Mrs. H.
Stewnrt.     The gifts   were numerous
and   useful.       A     very   pleasant     time
wns had by thoso present. Our
reported has discovered that Miss
Crooker and Mr. Wobster Burton will
if  imi tod   iv.  marriage noxl   Monday
illow  hi
  nomination.     Mr.   McBride   mid  th,
Toronto News:       When    a  Liberal committee    that    presented   the petl
paper looks hack  ten    years to    call tt0I1| that if elected he would give to
George K. Poster an archcoercionist, t]l0 (.jlv .,*,  lh„   attention    possible,
■   presented for Customers will please bear in mind
any reference tu clause 17 of the
Saskatchewan and Alberta autonomy
acts would be impolite and nnbroth
erly.
Calgary Herald: The facts connected with the Hon. Mr. Hyman's
withdrawal from public life are high
ly discreditable tn tbe government
and show that when it comes to
helping party friends at the expense
of the country there is an utter callousness nn the part of Promier Laurier and bis friends.
Sir Wilfrhl Informed the House
that Mr. flyman gave up emit ml of
his department, December I. 1906'
He bad offered his resignation at the
time of the London exposures in
November and it had not been accepted. But he did no more work
at Ottawa. In May. 1907, he wrote
to Sir Wilfrid tlmt bo could not take
Up work again, and nn June IH Sir
Wilfrid replied rrom Milan in Italy
accepting the resignation,
lu July Sir Wilfrid returned and
soon afterwards handed tlie resigna
tion to the Governor-General, The
new minister was not appointed until
August 211. Mr. Hyman's salary
was paid down to that date, nr nine
months after he gave up his public
duties.
Mr. Hyman is believed to be a rich
man but the people of Canada, most
of whom are noi rich, paid him
$r>.2.ri(l In these nine months,
Greenwood Ledge: A steamboat
left Liverpool recently with 4.000
Hacks of mail, principally plum pud
dings, probably fnr people in Nelson.
MINING      CONDITIONS,
The mining conditions in this dis
trict will be exceedingly favorable
If   the    Ottawa     government     extends
the lead bounty for live years longer.
Tbe enormous profits secured by
the C. P. it. and the smelting outfits
of this province, which are all controlled more or less by the railway
are Hucb as to stagger tlie ordinary
mine owner.
The Prospector believes that tlie
placer tields, gold, silver, copper,and
lead mines of the Cranhrook district,
are in their infancy of production,
for tbe Selkirk, and Rocky Mountain ranges carries these metals suf
ficiently high in grade to warrant,
their being operated. Certainly the
lack of transportation and redaction
plants are the vital necessities of tbe
district, and until this is remedied
there appears no way In whicli capital can   be   induced  to    operate tin
kin
fte
live nny sp cliic pro
is thev were matte
inly
iqually
le would ind
i-s nf reforms
which could
■led    upon
bat all accounta are dim on or bei
the Oth, no discount  being allowed
ul't< r that dau-.    Offti'i*  will  bu  open
irom 7 tn 0 on evening nf Oth.
P.case ljriiif; bills.
Crnnbumk Electric Lij.vhtCn.Ltd
A. E. Loomis of Rossland, G. F.
Trimm and G. <'. II. Coleman of
Spokane were at. ihe Cranbrook
Tnesday.
Nominations fnr Mayor 'ind  Alder
men will he held mi the second Mon
home   feeling    happier     than    when  jupanB9e 8tore, when Frost stumbled
they came,  taking  will,    them  pleas  [;,ml   ,vu   ||;1],([         M ,,,„ |;i|). ..-.^
ant memories   that    will    live   long w(nu0W rront     Tho Kln8H Hmu8hod
after   an   evening   spent   In   such a   ,i|1([  |ll(1 ]ruL,,,,,.,
delightful  manner.
Come again "Boh": Hang youi
hat up; you're a prince of entertain
ers ami we'll bo "Glad in Mecl
You."
Bob   Smith    will appear at   Cran
brook    under    the   auspices   of    tho
lay In January.    The elections tako j Cranbrook Brass   Band.     Don'l  for
dare on the following Monday.
The office statT at the Station on
Thursday presented Miss IV M.
Crooker with a purse of gold as a
token of the limb esleem in which
she [s held by the entire staff.
The average man in Cranbrnnk is
more interested in municipal affairs
just at present, than he is in worrying about the taking off <>f the Spokane llyer.
Now   thai    the   holiday   season is |,
iver and everyone    has more or less
gol  the date January nth.
rho Municipal Eteotion
still rolling
on Hie sidewalk when a score ol .1 ip
anese appeared from llie inside and
rushed at tin- trio nf whites. The
firemen were in uniform, with brass
buttons and official caps, bul the
se attacked them furiously
Swarm of Japs Appear.
Within tliree minutes there were
dozens of Japanese in the light, all
trying to get at the white men. The
latter were borne to the ground and
cut and slashed 4intll the sidewalk
and front of the stnre were covered
with  blood.
The police station is les,- than
three    blocks      away,   bill     it     was a
uartor of an hour before armed
■* -    ■ —- ■ ■       iiiiii    iiiiii   ■■ lui * uiiu      una   nnni"   in    mon ..      ■ .
Wnter Supply Oo.Ltd.   imi„m,.,| jM recreation,   there will bo  "* ni.U.iU
when time jim! clrcumBtaitces plnced
tlie necessary facts before the i'ily
Council.
The committee then thanked Mr.
McBrldo for hts I.i ml ness in accepting
nomination, In tin* name ,,f the rate
payers ol Ornnbrook, pledging them-
Bclves nnd tin' sinners of the petition
tu do everything possible to secure
liis election, also n representative
council to assist liim in the govern
ment of the municipality.
THR  CHILDREN'S  TREAT.
The    children's    treal   for   Chrisi
I). R. Yates of the Staples Lumber !' 'I    Wyclilfe,  P.    Lund, mun
nger of the Crows Nesl I'ass Lumber
l'n. of Wnrdner; P. M. Mareh and R.
Benedick of the Mayook Lumber Co.,
O. 1. Boynton of tho Elk Lumber
Co., of Pernie; nnd II. W. Reed of
llie Reed Lumber Co., of Swansea
were guests al the Craubrooli New
Yon.-'s Dny.
Tlie Cranhrook Brass Band made
its lirst public apponrnnco on New
Yenrs Day, Tile music was highly
complimented Ini every hand. The
band is   composed   of homo   talent,
Church Sunday School will be given *""Wr the   direction   ol   bandmnstot
nt tho Rectory, on tho festival of the j^1,"1-     "    yon ,imirB   '','■   "'" "",'
Epiphany, January 6th. at   I p.m l''"'1' '"' *'"'*' l""i   Kel ;1 ,"'lu'1" '""*
Will     the    collgine-nHnn     „r    I'hri.i hen"   "Huh"   Smith  . ill   January,   lit ll
metliiiiij' doing   iii   the   municipal
election  line  next   week.
Home made candy at the Palm,
Tin. limo is rapidly ilruwiti
i.enr lor lln' selection of inon I
lih ili>> positions nf public nilii'
in our municipality, nnd the ini L'ers arrived at tiie scene nf the light
nulla.Irn ami responsibility of Only lour arrests -were inado, as
such   positions   uuilii'N    il   'very h',<=»,rl)r !l1' the Japanese scaftored al
' -,i i     '   'slulit   nf  tlie  policemen.
"'■villus   linn     n    Willi    cletll i Andorson All Cut  Up
nnsellish  nuns, strength     His two companions though! Andci
ml   iiIimjIii1i'   fi'iit'- is lend, und had heen lighting ovor
il   he   I'hosetl    forMl'B prostrate body   wlien the police-
lAir
lessness
thoso
i rs.
A Piiiiiii'i's Institute will lie eslnl:
Imbed at Cranhrook on Wednesdayleduculiol
January Sth. The runners and run j1>(!( i,.,ii|
chore of the district will moot on
linn date nt. tlie courl house it
Ornnbrook nnd elect officers,
Anderson's   fac
narked with manj    slashes,   up antl
s '   liine   pus!  iniiiiii'ipiil ollii'i'i|,,„n, j,,„| i,.,,,,, ,„„. sj,|,, I,, the nth
Ims lii'i'ii iiiiiliini upon by Iplite  u  er,     Prom tho back of liis oar to hif
llirire iiiiinlii'i ol uhle men whoso I shoulder was n   slit  two inches dec]
\T TllK N'KW  iil'i:i:.\ Ili.il'SK
Tliui'sdiiy, .Ian. Dili
TllK MINSTIIKI. MAIDS
l nil, i' .In v,mi le lliistonfun Miinngiiincnt
The HI''.ST Ml'SICAL sllnW nl lho
io foBtivnl of the
ih. ni I p.m.
tion ni Christ
Church kindly send to tho Rectory,
enrly in the dny, things needful to
supply tlie Inlile, ami money oiler
Ings with which to purchase presents
for lhe children,
al   he New Opern  House.
Tie   nomination ol   .1. H. McBrldo
fi.i'   Mayor   of   Ornnbrook,   signifies
tlmi   it   is   tlie    eni'ilesl    feeling    ,if n
.Ml   llie congregation  should  muni Il'"*ge number of llie citizens oj Cran
fesi nn Interest in this treat  fur the I1"'""1-' llul  '" 8e tlnS Jlr' M'l|n'l''
children of tho Church, that ho Is i in who   can ably and
faithfully   serve    as   llie    chief   Hinds
aino oon mn t>,    i    i trntc of llie growing city   of   Cran
$28,320,000 Stock   Issue, brook, and one   who   is   entitled I"
th inlidonco,   nnd    vote,     of every
Mom foul. Dec on,    A  ri inl!''111'' |,:,'vi'r ln ""' ''"-''■
meeting   of    t'liuiitliiui     Pnciiio     A sleinliine   pnrty lefl   Ornnbrook
shtireholilers wns  held   here   lo   on   Wednesday     evoning     for   Port
iluv   in nul liniizo   tm    i.sMio    of Bteoto.    Tho party  slated ot nenr-
a)2M,Hl'll.(lllll     iidililinniil      stock  tiy thirty plcnsuro soekora.    Thoy ar-
, , ■' ,   '    -ii    i ,.,.   ' . '   rived ni    Steele iii   good   time,   nml
'*'*'*]•}    V"      ""'''"'    '"   ""'Infier resting,  nn    Informal    bnmiuel
Sloclthnldorsiil. pur Thtiiiuthor- w'as served al the tmporial Hotel,
i/.Htion of tho snle of thisslfH.'!' ul. Aftor enjoying their bnnquet, thoy
I |MIU, is ... |,.,.,. ;.,,,. returnod to Cranbrook much plonsod
wilh their   trip io llm   pion ■ town
Willi lln
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policy   i
providing I'm'   ils  refpiiremenls
iilieinl. nml in llio   s:    Umn   In
-jive ouch yeni' " ii- stockh'.ililers
llie riglil in suhscrlhe io now
stocli n| "ii lerms v. hieli nlloi'i'il
lhe eqnU'iileii! of un nxtrn tl 1 v id -
 I.
It is I elim'i ,1 iimi iho proceodi
of lho now issue will li,' used I'm
building u line inio Seattle
wln'it' ho ruin: will come mii
din i-i iiompeiiliini «uli Um Ilil
sysleni,    The conslrne.lion of ihol   n Bhould bo borne   in mind by nil
.1 lln   Kootonays
Tin- vaudovlllo nml moving picture
show     will   open     in     III,'    olil    opern
I se  nexl   week.        The    house   has
been rcnovatod, nnd is now unite
comfortable ll is to he a porma
nenl nlfnir, up to-date ill every pur
ticular und is Intondod ns n source
of education for children. The moving pictures will be changed several
times eaeii week, uml the mosl attractive and interesting from un educational poinl. lie Bolectod, 'I'll,'
price ,,l admission  will   lie   In eellls.
now li ie Ims In
nivinit I nf lho prnelieiil impossi
bilily of raising; money fur iin
provements, either in Noiy York
London.    Tho Cnmuljun Pnei
ivho hnve the privilege ,,f voting Ihni
their pluee is ul llie polls on Hie dny
of lhe olection. No man is tlcsorv
ini'. of the fi'nnrhisi' wlio dellhoratoly
ahsonts himself from liis 'lulv on
tlml   duy.     The    grumbler    is often
Price* ILUU. T.'.e.
ll,niii" ,v Alt'hlsons.
ul  jn.
Advertiser, with smnll capital lie
sires responsible position in real estate office, with u view to pnrtner-
P later on. Four ycni'B exper
re assist iiu; nijuiucer ot largo met'
euiiiile linn abroad, familiar with
iiie, lire nmi nccldont inslll'ullee.
Slight oxporlcncc tinilier cruising,
preforenco, billet combining ollice
jiml lield work. Roforcnco exchnngctl
Address  II.  C,   li.      Prospector ollice.
boulder wn
ml    .'iiiinn'     would I"1." ,'""'   ™ly   nilBsod    the   jugular
i vein hv ;i fraction ol nn   Inch.     I lis
IH     'I      I"''    Hi"  body aisu wiib stabbed In half a doz
nlier.  us something on plnces.    Tl thor iwo men were
„, miH'h lime und cut nml bleeding from wounds on
their luces and arm. All were Ink
en io the   liospitul.     Tliree   doctors
were   working     over   Ihem     foi   hours.
sowing up thoir wounds.
II  is unlikely   Uml   Anderson   will
recover,
worry, nml bringing Ihem inu
vividly iinilor llio seiirchlighls of
public criticism: these views
have, ii" .Iniii'i. lmil a serious
uml selfish iniliieni'i' iii.(>i, many
a worthy am! eligible rale.puyer.
|| would shocli such gnnd
citizens if ihey  wore luiil ihal
Methodist  Church   Jnnunry Sth.
mun who hus tho ability in  lalfi
n share  in  iho councils ni iln
twelve months in the council chant
her sin,nld not la- forgotten. Thoy
deserve the best thanks ol the people lor the time nml labor thoy have
given to ihe husiness of llie eiiy;
their labors hnve ir some iiicasiire
mu,le llie work easier for those wlio
will this year sii In the sents of the
mighty, mnl even iheir mistakes will
lie turned to n 1 account   by their
KAill.KS  HAVI-: SMOKER,
'I'l.e usual    monthly service   will  he
.hel.l tor the children in tlie morning
Ihey   woro  mu   Iruly   patriotic; M „,,„.,,„    „,,,,.„ .,,, boyB  nni]   Ki,.,,.
hul   il   is   slriclly   ll'Ue,   ami   nu „,•,. heartily Invited.     Tlie service la
short nml made interesting   lor   the
children
Sunday School and   Bible   class nt
commiinily, should shrinU  Irom |mrea
tlnty whi'ii llm inl illigonl reipiesl .    j;,„'s Own ut three-thirty.     An in
nf  the  people   has   hepn   intidc toreBtlng   afternoon   will   lie   spent,
limnvn.      II   i.s    perfectly   true,  niual* and readings, new ofilcers will
...       ,..     Mie elected, uml afternoon ten will be
Hll"  '" I"""'}  >"*•'"   I"    """'" serve!  by  the  ladles ut   the   close  of
i.s u thanl'ioss llislf;   when u inun  the meeting.     All men ure Invited to
ims   conscientiously    done    his|attoml this gnthcring,
In the evening the Pastor will com-
lence u series "I sermons mi the oil
Ject;    "The Prodigal Son."      All
The  men   Who     hnve    lie  the  bur-    '"'Sl, »"«!  1""   Mm*olt lOllil  SOl'IS
ilea and hont of tho day for tho past  uf  incoiivenienee   l"   serve   hisl
lellow's, Ins nels and words will Uvho attend no othei place-ol wor
be misconstrued, and ho himself ship nre cordially Invited to com-
will become lho Inrgel For the menco the New Year by coming to
i i ii,, ,,, I.-1.I...1.. ...1 these services. 'I'he Sacrament "I
r| buse of shoit sighted and ,,„,,,,„,,.,  s, ,. „.m   ,„ al,„lillis
ignorillll inon.      Ami jusl here is  tercd after lhe evening service
where   slrength    "I    characier     Tuesday. Prayer service al  elghl
counts     if a man Is disturbed by     Wednesday      Epworth    League   nl
ovpi'v ui,iiiinn whicli ho lieursol "'■'"'■    The Pnstor "'" *'VI' :l" '"'
;    ■     '   . eo'iiit of lue iii ih,- Klondyko.     This
I soil,    ho    may    m-    III     Olici mcP.ting Is open to nil
know ii   lis   ii   lillie   man,   hill   ll     Tho Ladles Aid   will   mecl    .0  tho
having   .Inn.'  his  .nn.v so far as Parsonngc on Wednesday i
 -ridny evening      Cranbrook | hi;  is  uhle  lu  understand it, he
Aerie of Eagles gave o smoker whicli   hears    adverse    criticisins   ami ;l
look   plnee   ill   llle   new   opera   house.        pnys    llll    llltl'lllioll    I"   11,,'III.   lull'
lusos anv sloop over lho idle Ullll '      LATE TELEtlRAPHIC NEWS
al   lho  streel corner, Lo mny ho
. ,., ,        |    , i    I    London,Jan. .1.   I\nm    Edward nnil
counted III mi ulo. .11 io    li":,,,.,.,,, Alexandra spe  loyous hoi
may he ealled a iiiiiii iday Beason nl    Snnilrlngham      The
Nolhing   is  si
riiursd
Service nl   Mnrysville
v     Business meeting "I ' 'hoir
i  prompl
An excellent   progrnaimc of evenls,
BOngB   uml     reeltnlions,   wns    BlipplO-
'.ueiiteil hy various speeiui features,
consisting of moving pictures, nnd
selections hv lhe liunjo nnd Mandolin chilis.
An exeellenl   ropasl  wns sorveil nt
midnight, uml   llie   Inrgo   gnthcring | wenlf   nml   Hubby   ihspnsii
.lis sod in iln' "W
many    prospects    in   this  district,  (•„ already controls Ihe Snoldine!""' '""" wll° lloes nothing whntovor Brazil, Satiirdny and    will bpoiuI. toi
which arc sure t„ become great dlvi-   ,„ ,,„ii„,,„i   ,.;,.-,      to asslsl    in lhe   general    wol fare of days at tin ul.      I he Heel will In
London,Jan. 3.   King    Ivi
Jueon Alcxnndrn Bponl ji io
lldny  "en-oil .it    Siiiuiiini'lni
enlive nl a   I '  remaining  between lite  open!
i,,I  iiinlu ni   Hie lasl  ol lhi- inmi
"      will   he     luiil     hv     Hii'llJ   .,1      Wlnill
four   "I   whnl   lhis ur ihal   ,..,,,,!,. „,„,,,,   n,,,,,,   „,|| i v,,,
will Ihinll, sl rung nnd hrave soclnl functions   of  nl ,1  i
hnve  imihiii"   lo  do, Iheir turo.
s nrmntln    under   Admiral Isole husiness is In do Iheir ilnij   I i       i
Evan Is duo to roach Rlo do Jnneiro j nn,l   ii,,,n   i|„.   hesl   rnsillls   wil
liliA/11, 'l'n   GREET   PLRET,
nih
mnl   tu
hlch arc sure to Iieciune g
dend paying   mines ul.   some tinic in
the future.
THE PAST YEAR.
The past year wns 11 remni'kuhle
one for farmers antl rnnchera. 'I'he
crops   lutrvoatod    were   considerably
lurger   than those   ol   the   previous !'" |,|Z""    '"    '■'    imn
your. *-lf. Iioo.lii „■  sioci
Mining men suy thul copper during voted    lusi    .Man h
the early part  ol lhe year was  high, I rvirioiltl 1    hronutll
hat the   closing   months   saw it. re ;'      .    ,     ,.     ,
iluccil to nbout 12.; centa, eiuiitii  nl   lit"   i. prelum
Loud    wns   nlso   high   during   the   up lo *I*,II,IH)II,II ill.
InloHllllinnnl, giving ll nnlnuice in „„„,„,„,..,„„'; ,,,,1    very ioudly Imol  bv n i adron of Bran	
Into opokuno. uiul lho   conslrnt'    expresses     himself   nl    every    other nl vossoIb and escorted into ihe Inn
liim uf a nuiii   in   Soutli,■   would  placo Imi  lhe   polling   booth,     This hor ol    Hi"   with    groal   p p   and
niiikoiliiilii'ooi,' noliinruflho  thy is one ol lhe   grenteal  del ri    ."remoiiy      Muny totoa nnil eclobrii
,.,: „,. :„   ,i      v       nieiils    to    good   government,     nnd   thins will   he held   n   ihe   Brnzlllnn
Hl1   .' "   "      '".   N"!l''u'*'"1"   every oftol'l   sh ie adopted   where   I''"1"' ring   lhe  slay   ol   llie   tni'B
portion ol lho I niioil Stales, by municipal   dr. n   should i„. pr
Tho $28, .'llin. noi in tn on sliiol;' viiil.'.l upon to eel busy in the into
, I,,,,.;..,,,1    ;,.'    ,,    , ■   ,,,    osts of flic   people   generally, this is
''     '"' '    l'i"l     "'    llu' an unfnlllng euro for grumbling, and     On Monday    „ner,.,,,,,,   lhe iir	
'"I   ""is  the blesaing is hv no menna one sid    pnrtment  ut    Kernie    ver,-   called I
i    chirli ,i"l.     There   ure   qulto n    number of | U"   Pernio Club h o,   where   a di
nnliil'illlv ho (ihlllllied.
PIKE  AT  PERNIE
iillernooii    llu
ll will I
Ihiiil-iiig i
passed lu,
lawlessno
longer n
usNiimiiig
poinl in a
,'liornllv net .1   In
lhn' lhe .lavs havi
o |olei :i| inn nl open
(TanorunU    is    111
ly    :i   t'liiiip.   n    i- '■
Ornnbrook  The     .'enter   111   a    Vjist
Mineral  District.
Ii is witli great satisfaction that
wo note the steady development of
the iiiiii,'inl claims all over the Cran
brook district, and when wc consid
••i iImi ovei ."•" per cent ,,( these locations jiml mines are situated with
in n radius ol twenty miles ,,! Cran
brook, we may wen be -utisiie.l with
ihe direct march ol Improvemenu to
wards the metropolis ol Southeast
Kootenny 'I'he conservative miii
im- promotei nml capitalist whose
ie ilines- I,, invest in the mines of
-I tin' i'i,ml.rook districl, ami in fact
nil ovor Easl Kootenay. is the most
practical endorsement ,,| the great
mineral  rosourcos ol ilns district
ITEMS    OP    INTEREST
'I'he United States consular dopart
menl has decided lo close the eon
suijir agency at  Pornic
The in,ii faro pormlts   ,,(    between
75.000 uml    luu uun   clorgymo  the
I'nil,'it States, whicli expired on
Becombcr  lisl. will not be renewed.
Tlie Aurora Qrnta club ol Brook
lyn. N.  V .   organized   twenty years
ago 'lid Mild to lie the Illst laasoaie
ilui,  in    the    United    States,    passed
oui ,,i oxistenc ,   Becombcr  nut.
H « ll he succeeded by till' Masonic
Club of Brooklyn, having a laeinlier-
hip  of   I.	
Not less than u score ol the thirty
tinee Insurance companies dome
business in Wisconsin, representing
sixty per cent of nil the Insurance in
force in tin- state ceased operations
on December illst , on nccount of the
hostile Insurance laws which became
effective mi Jnnuary 1st.
'I'lul:,y January 1st., Georgia he
ejiiiie nn i,ml desert, witli never an
onsls ill which the thirsty Crackers
amy relieve their thirst from the
llowing howl. 'I'he state prohibition   went 'into  effect     with   the   Illli;
mu ni the church hells which welcomed lhe new year. 'i'he signing
nl ihe prohibition measure was the
occnslon of u groat demonstration
hy the religions people ,,1 the Btate,
.'.tin througed the capltol, Binging
■ Praise ilo.i  From   Whom ull    Hies
nu-: NEW   YEAR
The new >,•,,! was welcomed ut
Cranbrook with groat enthusiasm
There wob n considerable numbor of
merry makers on the stieets waiting
the midnight hoiu  to   close   the .,1,1
yejir   ,'ilnl   well le    the   new   with   the
usual demonstrations ol hell-ringing
■ oul the firing "I cuns.
At the several churchos watch
meetings were hold, and the pasBing
of the old to tin- new year was celebrated  with  tiie ciistoiugry services.
During new years duy a lame iiiiiii
her of householders ia tho city kept
open house to iill comers.
One ol ine mosl notable events
mnrked lhe nrrlval of the new yoar
wus the pnssing of ihe slot machines
which are   now conspicuous   bv their
absence.
'I'lll': WEST AT OTTAWA
A  writer in  Satur,lay Night has cx-
piesseil  the    opinion that    the    next
promior of Cnuada Bhould come irom
lhe   Inr   west.       lie   points   out.   quite
correctly that the premiership of
Wilfriil Laurier has given Preach
Canadians a sense of citizenship tlml
ihey never had before, and be thinks
thut a promior from tbe west of tlie
lakes would reveal east and west to
each other.
The next premier of Canada will be
ll. I. Borden, who docs not come
irom west ol the hikes but who.
twice (luring his seven yenrs of party
leadership has travelled as far us
the I'aeilic to sec and hear the wants
of the  wesl.
'I'lie idea is all attractive one hut
unlikely to he curly fulfilled. The
exlgcncica ol party politics force both
parties to choose as leaders men
ivith stronger personal followinga
than nny man can have in the thinly
populated provinces of the west.
How long it will he before half the
population of the Dominion is west
of Lake of the Woods, no one can
foretell. At present the total pop-
lllation nf the four western provinces
unl Yukon territory is about one
million out ol six lor tbe whole Dominion.
A premier from the west would of
course know many things tbat will
prnbnbly never penetrate the consciousness of Sir Wilfrid Laurier.
The .development of the whole ol
North   America  has been affected by
;he fiat   Ihul   tile    white    settlers all
came from the eust. The west wns
regarded .is a hinterland, to he explored  nnil  exploited    lor  the  bonetit
Oi   tile   enst,   1111(1   ll   phlCC   to   Send 1'1'St
less young men for whom there was
no scope at home in tlie settled communities.     All    rjiilr,mils in Canada
'eo e  I n  Innlt    from    cast  to  west
'I'he eusl Ims expected its of righl to
ricl as agenl for the west in marketing in. product, and lo ludd u monopoly in the markets of lhe west for
.iiiiiii'- ii.joiiitjictuieil or Imported
Irom .iluo.nl
Tin'   ndden rise ol Japan Ims done
moro ilinn  nnything .-Is ul.l havo
.lone  wakon Canada to the fact
lho       he    lull      I« I    her    sea
boards mil n limit und a hack hut
two limit .l.i|,mi has become a
neighboring power, so Un- inrtiiiiuirly
frlcilllly,   I. il   -till    in    Imliistllal   llllll
friendly, .mil commercial competitor.
nm ih Ooliunbln m   l™st  fully re
''"i'iii*.". tlmt   hot   front  is   not  lhe
M ul    "I   lhe   llockles   bill    lhe shore
ot the I'm uie, mul it is un Irritation
lhn   the   rest of   Canada   does not
vel     lorstund     mnl   oilers   emhiil'liss
""'ii!      oi'l       iiii Iiineiil     instead    ol
lady   voters  upon    lhe  lisl   nnd  those He
tuny he counted upon to support tho  wc
th.
pipe   luul   ieliil.cil wood
collar.       Very    lillie
.principles thai   ure ndvoi'i.ti'd  In this damage wus   done In    I lie   premises
article. | axnopl by wator and smoke,
lost oi
'blnosc iiiinislei i the United
ii.in.. will   ml   enrlj   tin     month
■I'm,'.,' students.
s.m   Francisco,   Jan    .1    \ .-•
Vil.l.   the   .lllpllllcse  nliih.issmlol.
ml   horn   ihis     poll     Im     Jnpni
he stonnici    Mnnch
He   will   he   s • led   „t      Wlisllil
'Cilv wiih  i  ,,v   l■*"•■""•   Tnktthiro,    ihe   i lentl   iif course, British Columbia Is noi
„,,".,   ,    ;,,  ,,,,,   ■'' se iimlmssadoi   in     Unlj   nnd entitled to i plain.     Tho ministers
nnieli   larger   popui.iiitm   in  no former minister in the Unltod stj,ies;.ii iHtnwu nml the people ol the eust
ear fuiure,     (.'unsotpienlly our ti illclnl   reason   glvon   foi   Vis I generally ore entitled to jinlce us by
||<atl|.« II  lllllsl  no pnill'i'lo I nml   ' il    Aoki's   recall   wns   Hull   ho.   sn     lhe men   we  have e|eet,,,|   ,,, lepresrlll
,„,,,,,,.. ,i    ..,,,1   i| imp ,|  pcrlors ol the Japanese loroign officelu« thoro     Prou  the choice wc made
"""''".   '  ' .,      ,      .     desired   t..   porsonally   discuss with In 11)04 the east   has a perfect right
IH 1.1111 IPS   in1"   '"h    l"1"'-'     I-   ""   Hiiin   tne conditions  in   Aiiierien  nllec    to regard    iis either as    imbeciles or
.iliniii   fur   lite  cleansing ofourltlnp    be Interests ol lhe Jnpanoso,    [practical jokers. THE PROSPECTOR, ORANBROOK, B.C., JAN.
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A. B. Grace,
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SA't'UUDAY. JAN. I   lUUK.
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'I'he   Pl-ospoctor,     with     this    issue,
■ "iiuneiiies its fourteenth year, tt
i. the pioneer paper ol Southeast
Kootenay,  and several    years    older
than  the   Pernio    Flee    l'ress  .Old   the
oj'.ml,rook   Herald
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PERFECTLY   DRY
E. A. Liczcrt
i'1'iiin of t"i..tii.i.«*ik .ue tn'nuniisinK
There i> Imrttlj n wet»k tlml pawten
thul  thr!-- i .. - :,      i| the
■ i "i .uiiu n.'k
■■'■• :.  :;,":,. 0      ll        '      ll
iw      Theru is an    l-Ici I
and  Liberal), ur*   preparing    foi   the
fruy,  whili       ■   -   ■   l irom to be
il/ll-'t ly    till ■
iccur to the  i [alt
■;- at    (.'ranbrook  lag,    weok     thai
■  •■'e wn ■: .   Ike   .*■ financial
■■   in l'anadii
in  t he  «,i>     il  gross   tnerc isi   foi
n   . ember i be    Cano
He : i iwaj  ni.nii' ,i splendid
It wa     I, ■■ini mi the lisi
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  ■  th': ■ th,   Utantic coast        In
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tm ■■.-.•    k ill    be    re*
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for   labor.
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The Quality Store
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES
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We Havo Lhe Largos! Stock in tho Cily
Over   lOOO BOXRS of Fancy Fruit
SELLING  aT $2.25 titi.ti, lui.V
CHOICE  CIGARS. PIPES AND TOBACCOS
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*    the    time to   arrange
od      i ■-' them   presented
I    tbi   citI .ens I i   c< naideration,
• • • *
3 ■ !..■ irier   _aid    ii   was
trui thai i he previous opinion of
Brit Col iml :■■ 'ii'i not make any
distinction between Chinese and Japanese In tins regard the royal
commission had recognized British
Columbia's attitude but bad recommended n different course.
A Chinese laborer receives but little
for Ins work, yet hp is satisfied be-
cnuse it is twenty times as much as
be would receive in his own country
A Japanese gets the same wages, [
lines more work, and is satisfied.
This is the renson why the Jap is
preferred to the chink. A white man
will do more work in n day than
imth Chink and Jap, hence should
receive in wages twice tbe amount
i>;iiil to the Orientals.
* • • •
From all indications Cranbrook
district will witness n large influx
of settlers in  IHOH.
fi-nl.  Mass,   who  is at    present   bed COKPORATION    OF THK  CITY  OF
ridden,   almost   blind    and     partially ORANBROOK
paralysed,     but     siill     persists    in EXTRACT PROM POUND AND Dot,
unoklns hor pipe.     Sho is only   i""> tax BY LAW.
years old and    lias smoked since she No   person   shall allow auy horse
lid.      What  an awful mule,  bull, ox, cow, sheep,  gout, pig
against    the use of or other cattle or poultry tu run al
was ten  years
warning   this i
tobacco
The man wbo advertises
while does not got tile lull
his advertising
or other eattt
large within the city, otherwise tin
same may be impounded and tin
owner thereof is liable for   damagoi
Any person my impound an animal
found running at large.   The Quo to
sound tbat   tbe poundkeeper roi  evory animal if
is  follows
Stallions, $5.00
others hereon, mares,  geldings, ill
lies i»r mules, fl 00 each.
Hull,  $5.00
OOW   ity  othor  1-lMi!   of   cuttle,   $2.00.
Boal  pig, $4.00
Ptg,  sheep or goat,  *l UU
HW1, 25 cents.
The   pounill pei   may  nlao col loci
$i,00 for Impounding ail) animal
and   26   cents   i.'i   Impounding any
fowl,   and   ror   i I may   charge as
I illnws
l-'"i\ 1   ttld  R 10 25 tents per diem
it iho animals are noi rodoomod
itie poundkeopor will  proceed lo sell
Th    shall   bo .■   tax on all dogs
nl »i . i and on all I itches $fi on
it   ii,   the   duty i»l   Lhe   owners of
It   is with  no unci
tin- people of    British   Uolumt
demanding   a   closed   door   against
Japs  and   Chinks
Oreonwood Lodge Prom the way
in which tbe press ol Canada is now
taxed by the postal department, it
is evident that Loratoux does not bo
llovo iii too much publicity about
Canada iu tbe United  States
What Ails You?
Do vmi feol weak liml, despondent,
have frequent h.'.i.iitciii ■*. muled lungui',
hitter or luul u-tf In niarnluti In il
burn," bridling ul ga> n "I I'MngM In
lli rim I I't.'i- eating, si«.m;u li iiuatt ar
bum   ■   il  brmtl    ■     * *i*'tK i r nr
\ i'   .    ■   nppWlte,  a.i'i-'.i   ,ii   nmi-  mnl
' mlml «>inploiuti7 dogs to procure .. tag rrom the City
if yoTNywe an) eonnlderablo number o( ItMork    ot hoiwIso   i ho   dogs   will   bo
iht^Un'e&iNuntoms you are Buffering liupouudod antl unloBi   rodoomod  will
■'  " be sold or doatroyod    Tnura must  bo
** ni  i^. !,■■■ s I.,,;,len iplired   ou   dog's   collui   io as to bo
MiaL-i! O.M.'Verv i-ii'iiV.l,"    ih' nf^T     plainly   -jeeii.
.1.1 u   I
frMin\i],..i,-M.»>.>vr|.ui live" with lmll«
tCM iii\.)i^H>h^. hi   |\,r^.\ij,.UIen
llle.tir.ll   ■
IU|q
M^
al ftiui^tiynj^
-^-a
eilioient   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
bowel t-i _■ ■ ■■       lieuer
I       ■ \1       i       ■    *  ■.       not
,i    i        in.'ii . ii,- ui  •■ .'!■-1  luistrum  n
III ■  •",!
Oil ' * '         '             ■  -ted under
na V •*■■'■ sluiw
ll . ■ i ;, iiiiii.il
- .1 ar drm,"*.  ti     i Ilui ' i Mnu-t
■   ,., • . ;.'."     , pie n          ilvivt ue,
; otivugth, fruti        "       ■   tlm
1 ■ i    . .         ti    i    i    ■ ■    ■ plants.
i       *      i|i ii  Se;-1  root,  Mi lie root.  Ithtek
Clicrrvhark, *} "i's root. Itlomln m  nnd
X' :  ■
..  ■      le tdtllil i led I   ■
In   addition to tho abovo ebnrges,
ifr.',"    .my   porson   guilty   ol .in Infraction
h is ti nioin,    "I ,1'*' by law  is liable to a   penalty
>l   $10 i  and costs or two months
mpi Isomnonl
t   M. Roberts,
Cily Clerk.
..1  tUlullx
llie f„
■
lln
imJuiie
'If  IHIH
i inr ao
Goruwood for Sale.
1 iim prepared to supply, good
dry stove wood, in uny length or
quantity. Leave orders with
G. T. Rogers, the grocer, Beale
A-Elwell.
K, S. Baron
CKANHKOOK  LAND DISTRICT,
District of  Kootenav.
TAKH notice that William Milton
Wrost oi Cranbrook, B. c. occupation Ileal HstUto Dealer, intends to
apply for n speclflil timber lleenee
over the following described binds:
Commencing at a post plantod at
[the southeast corner of Lot 7221,
theuee north SO chains, thenre east
80 chains, thence south to tho north
tine of T.U5831, tbence west tn N.W.
corner of said Lot, thence south to
T.L. K70. tbenee west to snid post,
containing 640 acres more or less.
William  Milton  Frost
Dated   December 4th.    11)07. ")2
I   CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
if. District of Kootenav.
us I TAKK NOTICK that Kdward Watt
J1' agent fnr tlie Wattsburg Lumber Co
in- Wattsburg,B.C., intend to apply for
•v- a special timber licence over the fol-
ll(1 lowing described lands:—
t-y Commencing at a post planted
■'» about 20 chains east of tbe south-
"'* east corner of Lot 3066, thence 40
ehains east, thenee 80 chains south,
j thence 40 chains west, thence 80
chains north to point of commenee-
I ment containing 320 acres more or
| less.
Wattsburg  Lumber  Company.
Dated October 3rd,  1907.
to you want a home? Jf so, then
ne to (ranbrook, this district is
'■ of the fairest spots on earth.
It    E
to    ll
Crnnl
The
"Used    in  the    Prosper
• * • •
ns as if there    was   no limit,
wonderful   resources   of the
ok  district.
SOLD BY THE BARRHL, KEG OR BOTTLED
Bottled beer for family
use a specialty
Outside   Orders
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
4 P. O. BOX 812      fa
rj      TELEPHONE   NO.  I      f
Port   Steele   Brewing Co., I^td.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦«***** ***************** *
:-MlwiWHunmmmmnmMtM!immHwiamHm'Mu
• tin
♦ ins,
ha:
'   Mr
deadly    tobacco Imbit,
;tin   we have    pointed
Time
Hit in
luinns tho nwful result of the
of tobacco.     The last case that
come tn our attention In that of
Catherine   Shay of   Nortii Ox-
ILEMOH
FA/..;!  NA LE
Always Up-to-Date
IN  GOOD    COMPANY.
i-:..iv ii'ii's,' is in   Knud   company
ui rounded by our feed.
LIVE STOCK  KMiWS   OOOD
PEED
**>"■■ t' RAZOI
No Honing-No Grinding
Get aCARBO-MAGNETIC/
RAZOR TO-DAY on 30 days
trial from your dealer and
learn all about real shaving
comfort.
Read the Prospector.
Advertise in the Prospector.
NOTICK.
NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
an application will be mudv tu ttu>
Legislative Assembly of   British tv
luinbiii nt its next BeBBlon fur an Art
to Incorporate tbe Eastern Hritish
Columbia Railway Compuny with
powor tu build, construct, munition,
and oporate a line ol Railway ol
standard guago to bo operated by
steam, oloctrlclty, tu- nuy other power ror tho carrying ol freight. p»*
Bengers and oxpress; commenciug at
u point mi tht1 Suuth Pork uf Midi
cl Crook ut. ur noar the point known
us "Tbo Loop" on tbo Crow's NoBt
llniiii'il uf the Western Division uf
thi> Canadian Pacific Railway, theuce
running in n southorly dlroctlon up
snld crook to tbo mouth uf tbo Bast
Pork ui said crock, tlionco up suid
blast Pork ol Bald Suuth Pork in an
easterly uml Bouthoru direction tu
the summit between snid crook uml a
tiihutuiy of tlir Klutht'itd Hiver,
thonco in u southerly dlroctlon down
>mii! tributary to the Flathead Rlv
er, thonco southerly along suid Plat
hoiul rlvor iu a point uu tin- later
nntlonnl boundary betweon the prov
iuti' ol HiiUnii Columbia nnil tho
Uml I'd Htates <>f Amorlcn, a distance
ut nbout Hfty mllos more ur loss,
with powor t»> construct and oporate
tolograph and tolophono lines lor tho
purposes of its business ami fur thu
public; with powor to own, use am)
opornto wuter powers convenient to
tho rond tor railway and other purposes, nml with such other powers
uml privileges ns aro usually given
tu Railway Companies.
Dnted ut Oranbrook this   30th day
of Novombor,  1907,
Harvoy, McCarter & Maedonald,
l:i      Solicitors for tlie   Applicants,
ORANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
District ot Kootenay.
TAKH notice that William Milton
Prost, uf Oranbrook, It. c. occupation Real Estate Denier, intends to
apply for n special timher licence
over the following describod lands:—
Commencing at a post pluntetl near
the west line of Lot 6356, about one
half mile south uf timber limit No
2364, thenee west 160 chuins, thence
nurth -10 elniins, thence enst 160
eliains, thence suuth 40 chnins to
snid post, containing G40 ueres more
William   Milton  Frost.
Dnted   December  4th.   1907. 62
CKANHKOOK  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
TAKE notice that Robort H. Mc-
Coy of Runners Kerry, occupation
lumberman, intends to apply for a
speeiui timher lieence over the following described lands: ('ommeneing at a post plauted at the point of
intersection of the southern boundary of Lot 8440 and the western
houndury of Lot 8431), tbence west
40 chains, theuce soutb 80 chains,
thence eust 40 chains, thence south
40 chaias, theuce east GO chains more
or less to the west line of Lot 8436,
tbence north and west following the
western and southern boundaries of
Lots 8436, 8437, 8438, and 843!) to
point of commencement.
Robert H.  McCoy.
Dated Nov. 20th.  1907. 48
CITY  OP  CRANBROOK,  B.   O.
Professional.
Harvey, McCarter & Maedonald
BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
CRANBROOU,     -     B.C.
W, P. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
Granbrook
Hritish Columblu
C H. DUNBAR
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR
and NOTARY  PUBLIC.
Ornnbrook, B.C
6. tl. Thompson
~>A   IIAKlMSTKIt A SOLICIT.
^ftZ**P   NOTAUV 1'UHue
OFFICE   REID   BUILDING
Cranbrooki B.C.
THOMAS   M o V ITT I i
P.U.S. c£ CE
Fort Steele B.C.
DR. E. W. CONNOLLY
Phusician '""* Surgeon
OFFICE AUMHTKONU  AVE.
Hours:  o to u a.m. 2 to 4 p.m.
" to S p.m.
I Miotic Olllee 10.j     Residence 109
EVERY ONE OF
THEM
Unconditionally
GUARANTEED.
CHAS. E. REID & CO.
Cranbrook, IJ.C.   The Druggists
***** bettei   than    their
£ Granbrook, -      - B.C.   3
isti'is.      There
'i-n't  n  home,   cow  or chicken    that
■ ■ . n   dui   reed     Why?   Because it's
1   .  and  in.i   musty,    Well fed anf-
maj    I now  feed that fattens.   Thnt'a
■ .■!   you  nlwnys get of us. Don't,
hop li 1  feed     Buy it of ns.
CRANHROOK  LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Kootenay.
TAKK notiee thnt George B. Tow-
ell of Cranbrook, occupation traveller, intends to apply for a special
timher licence over the following described lands: ■ Commencing at a
post planted about 2u chains north*
west of the northwest, eorner of the
Joslin pre-emption, nonr the bend of
Upper Moyie Lake and south aud
west of the southwest corner of Lot
27M, thenee east 80 chnins, thenee
loath HU chnins, thence west 80 chains
thence north SU chains to place of
commencement,
George I). Powell.
Dnted  December 14,   1907. 51
E5     _ ______ 3 (-ranbrook  Iraclinu Co
  CALGARY, ALTA ^ mum*,  _o.
B ABATTOIR AND COLD STORAGE
t*ta~
"~ ^OI,   iiir  New   •*
I  F
<*A—
Poultr)
Mincemeat
^
Meats
Saner Kraut
E
Fish
Lard
m**~
Oysters
Butter
a**-m
i,...i    r..,    11,,.   i'i>
I'isl mils   1 rntle       We   li
ils    WI!
II.MI     [III      IlK'     <   II
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idjjo of nvnn   nm
•  (lis)i|ipoinlnd   eust.	
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miH Mmn
2 ''Kl' A COPY Oft TllK
|  Great West Life
1 Assurance Companys
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3 PAMPHLET
3 ncuiai Results to Pollcu Holders
|P. BURNS <fe Co., Ltd.|
S*Z       Head OlBoo, Main Oflloo For Enst Kootenny,       3
t"        CalKiiry, Alhurtii Oranbrook, li   (; -j
§iuiuiuuiiuiuiiaiuiiibiuiuuuiUiUiHii»uiiiubiiiibuuiif
Fred. W. Swain
DIHTI'IOT  AOBHT
(Iriinbroolt, B.C., Armitronfr A v.
COLUMBIAN  COLLEGE
NRW   UKSTMINKTKK.   H.O.
Receives both Ladies :md
Gentlemen as Resident or as Day
Students, Has a complete Commercial or Husiness Course. Pro-
pares students to gain Teachers'
CertiHcales of all grados. hi
altilliation  with TcmcwTO Uni-
VHKHITV gives tho four years
course for Hie II. A. degree, anil
llie  Hrsl  year ol   Ilir   Toronto
School      of     Science. Has    a
special "Prospectors Course"
for miners who work iu H.C,
Instructions given in Art.
Music, Physical Culture nnd elocution.
Por Calendar etc, address
"Columbian College",
Term opens Soptombor 17th.
1900,
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| ...SAW   YOUR   WOOD..J
9 WITH   A
I FAIRBANKS-MORSE
I GASOLINE   ENGINE
ft        It's the most perfect running engine you can get.
_e Intosl er|uipiiient for sawing wood.
9 THK HEST IS THE CHEAPEST
| PATMORE BROS. 'SMStrg
H SOLE   AGENTS S
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j Dominion Meat Co., Ltd.
PHONE 57 Head Olllco. Calgary. Alia.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
All Kinds of Meats
Flour and Feed.   .   .
Uur meal is always fresh, as all our beef Is killed in
Cranbrook.
Geo. r. le/isk & Co
CRANBROOK AERIE 967
F. O. 12.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
Moot liviT.v Friday at S p.m.
Visiting   Brotluirs Cordially   Invited
('has. Smith, Vi. President
M. 11. Hii.i.inos, Sooy.
Aorlo Physician, P. (). Hex 'Js.
^HMtWMMmitiNm't'smit'tMMift
I Rocky Mountain Chapter 1
I NO, fits, R. A. M.
J Regular meetinjrM:—2nd Tuesday in each month ut eight
o'olook.
Sojourning Companions   are   ^
cordially invited.
WM. P. Tatk, Scribe E,
'£       U(1X 4       CIIANIIHOOK, u. c.
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ANCIENT ORDER?FORESTERS
Court Granbrook 8943
MEET?  2ND   AND  4T11   THURSDAYS
IN WATTS' HALL
Viwitinfj   brethern   cordially   invited
C. It..   Vi. P. MACDONALD
Secretary, W. HENDERSON
W. Ft, BEATTY
Undertaker,
Kniliiihiier.
Cinu-ral Director
ORANBROOK, H.C,
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Steam Hollers and Kurnace Work a
Specialty.
Cost and Stock Estimates
Furnished Upon Application,
P.O. Box 834.   Granbrook, B.G.
I L. C0HN
Tailor % Importer of !
Fine Woolens.
Cranbrook, ll.C.   Armstrong, Av
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
I'ltONI* in p.o, BOX hi;:
I'Inns, Specifications
nnd Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of    building   material
constantly on hand.
D. J. JOHNSON
Carpenter % Builder
Oood Work at
Reasonable Price
Office and Workshop Lewis St
;-*SMeae96SS9fiflS96SSS<»li*f f
& Cline
Ol I lu* old Mumiolm Mtirhcr Simp
run now be found In tlio
MANITOBA HOTEL
PMrst (HtwH Work in ull brunches
of the THK PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B 0., JAN.  1, \m
RIVERS    AND      STREAMS   ACT
NOTICE id hereby given tbut sixty
daya alter dute we intend lo apply
to tho chief Commissioner oi Landa
uiid Works under tbe provisions »>i
the "Rivers and Stteuius Act" for
peniiiHsiuii to remove, obstruction!
and muke Improvements on Thump
Hon Creek, in Went Kootenay, neui
Kitchener, and make the same lit ioi
raiting and driving thuieou logs,
timber, lumber, mlln, ur crafts, ami
to construct ilmils, IjouIiih, slides
and chutes, ami make sucli m I■ • r
Improvements as may he necessary
fur said  purposes.
The portion   ol the said Oreoh on
.      I III        ■ h.t   .'      llll
nro'/t iiv-nta is sought, passes through
Lot 7803 Group l, West Kootenay dis
trict,  aud  through Lot 7796, Group I-
1,  West  Kool enay    Dlst ricl,  running |
north    westerly   to    n   point      about I
three  hundred   feet .south  of   the  Ca  |
nadiau    Pacific    ihu I wuy    track,  at
winch point   tlie applicants are   de
Birous of constructing a dam.
Kitchener   Lumber   Mills,Limited
Dated October 24th, A.D.   1907. '1*1
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iGraniirook
!   m uiveru
j OEAIiY .''  DOYtB) PROP'S
I.;:ni-. and drivers furnish'
lor any   poinl in tliu dis
A   poyI.k.. Mnnngei
i'»>a'«'aai'''*4,''-V''it*4
i"THE PflLM 1
Home Made
CANDY
FOR
THK
Salvation ftrimj Briri\H.k.s
PATMORK 11.M.I.
Sunday Services:
Afternoon    ■   -   S o'ulock
K\'l-lllllli        - Nll'i-lln-l,
Suitituy S.-lmoi .11 l.'Ji |>. in.
;    Mueltnga held uvory nlgtil   In   the
i week except Momluv hi s p.in,
Why Cough  lo Tli'! Coffin
r i. -i
^sr.^.mtamm^a^tmtt-.ttA    I l>l\ aSCOtt H   t'rCsCII |lt II »11
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,j nlil (.ure  Tallies
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RAILWAY
PHRISTMAS
EXCURSIONS
ft, A S T
367.35
to M..;*treal. Toronto
mil nil p lints west iiii'i I inf
ONTARIO and QUEBEC
Quebec, St.John. Halifax and
other   Miirnliitie   Provineo
Ctl.ius     Rules on applic i
tiou
Tickets on sale Daily December Isi in December Disl
Rounrl Trip     First Class
THRKK MONTHS LIMIT
Old Country Rates
Halifax, Si. ,lului iiii'i irl Im ml nnd return
$78.35
Return Ocean Fares
Saloon     Sncnnd     Steeratre
8104. an       $"11.00        855.00
and up aci'tirdin^ to steamer
ITor tintu'WI Infiii'iiiatlon mm liim-
ocean BtL-uiiii'i-.,. lii.-i , l;ia- or I'onr-
ist Sk---p,*i Hi's,,! vniiniis apply to
local nut'ii! nr
K .1. Coyle, A O.P.A., \'ui nvor
JOHN SlOl*. D.I'.A., N'olaon
|t
|j     Thev dn llie work   and   arrest
tlie mosl -atubburn cold.
Beattie & Atchison
Where It Pays to Deal.
;fChiMrcns Xmas;
* 1
9 9
9 9
j    TELEPhONE NO. 141.    J.
UHANUK00K  LAND DISTRICT,
Dim i u-i uf Kootonay,
takk notice that Halbert A.
Bright, ui liluuk River Falls, Wis-
cousin, occupation Hydraulic Mm-
| lug, Intends to apply for h epeoiul
tlmbor licence uver the following do-
scribed lands:— Oommenolng at n
post plunteil ut tbo northwest cornor ui timber liconoo Nu. U824,thence
west 4u chains, tlience Huiith ltiii
chains, thonco east -io ohalns, tiiunre
north Diu clialns tu plueu ol beginning.
Halbert A. Bright.
Dated October 23, 1907. 48
Tin- time inr the commencement uf
the publication of the above notice
is oxtended to tlie 6th day of December A.D. 1907.
.J. K. Armstrong,
Assistant Commissioner.
.JESTS^-aSSa^^T^
(JO TO THK
wu Kooienay
DYE HOUSE
For all kinds .if
DYEING and CLEANING
Nothiiif' line or coarse, large
or small Mini wo cannot handle,
We Also Do Dry Dyeing
Office .1. IjEask. Tailor
GIVE OS A TRIAL.
Tlie
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Typewriter
has widened its market until it includes the whole civilized world; has become the
typewriter of over 300,00c
operators and has, during
igo6, broken every previous
record of sales, because it
has from the beginning besi
met every typewriter need.
THEtri-colorfeatureof
the Smith Premier
Typewriter is recognized as the greatest improvement: in modem typewriter construction- yetin
providing H, none of the
strong fundamental features, for which the Smith
Premier hss always been
noted, have been sacrificed*
Complete literature on request.
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TYPEWRITER COMPMJ
SYRACUSE. .*.. V.
BRANCHES      BV.'iRYW.
SPOKANE, WASH.
HH South Lincoln Street
CHANBROOK   LAND DISTUICT.
District of Kootenay.
TAKE NOTICE, that 1 Edward
Watts of Wattsburg, B O. Lumberman, intend to apply tor a special
timber liconce nver tbe following
described land:— Commencing at a
post planted at tbe Southeast corner of Lot 30GG theuce west forty
chains, thonco south 20 chains,
tlience west Su chains, thence south
40 chains, thence east 40 chains,
thence south -10 chnins,thence eust
forty (40j chains to west boundary of T. L or It. Olapp, thence
north 20 chains, to N.W. corner P.R
W lolio, thence east to a point just
south of 3. K. corner of Lot 3066,
north to point of commencement,
und containing MO acres more or
less.
Kdward   Watts.
H Dated  October  15th, 1907
TIMBER NOTICK.
TAKK notice that the Crows .Nest
I'ass Lumber Co., Ltd. of Wardner.
11.0., intends to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works
at Victoria, B.O. for a special liconce to cut and carry away timber
from the following described lands in
Bast   Kootenay:—
(1) Oommencing at a post planted
at mile post No. Ho on the oast
boundary of Lot 4590 und running
80 eluiius south, thence 80 chains
east, thence SO chains north, thence
su eliains west to the place of commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
Crows Nest Pass Lumber Co.Ltd
per Jas.  McLaren,  Locator
Dated  November 7th  1907.
(2) Oommencing at a post plunted
at mile post No. 25 on the east
boundary of Lot 4590 nnd running 80
chains north, thence oust SO chains,
thence south SO chains, thence west
80 chains to the place of commencement,    containing 040 acres more or
less.
Crows Nest Pass LumberCo. Ltd.
per Jas. McLaren,locator.
Dnted November 7th 1907.
(3) Commencing nt a post plunted
at mile post 2ll ou the enst boundary of Lot No. 4590 and running
north SO chnins, thence east 80
chnins, thence south so chains, thence
west SO chnins to the place of Commencement, containing 040 neres
more or less.
('rows Nest Puss Lumber Co. Ltd.
per  Jas.  McLaren,  locutor
Duted November 7th 1907.
(4) Commencing nt a post planted
80 chains east of mile post No. 25
on the east boundary of Lot 4590,
uud running cast 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, theuce west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains to the
place of commencement, containing
640 acres more or less.
Crows Nest Pass Lumber Co. Ltd.
per  JaB.   McLaren,   locator.
Dated   November 9th,  1907.
(5) Commencini; at ai post plunted
80 chains east, of mile post No.
25 on the east boundary of Lot 4590
ami running east 80 chnins thence
north 80 chnins, thence west 80
chuius, thence soutli SO chains to the
place of commencement, containing
640 neres more or less.
Crows  Nesl  Pass  Lumber 00.    Ltd.
per  Jas,  McLaren,  locutor.
Duted   November 9th,   1907.
di) Commencing at   n post plunteil
1100 chuius eust    of mile post No.  25
nn ihe   oast   boundary of   Lot 4590
land running eust 80   chnins,    thence
'south    80    chnins,    thence   wost   80
| chains, tlience nortb 80 chains to the
place of   commencement,   containing
; 640 acres more or less.
I  Crows Nest Puss Lumber Co., Ltd.
por Jas. McLaren, loentor.
Duted November 9th, 1907.
I  (7) Commencing   at a post planted
120 chnins   enst of mile post No. 26
on   the east   boundary of   Lot 4590
nud running north 160 chains, thenco
cast    40   chains,    thence   south    160
chains, thence west 40 chains to the
place    of   commencement,   containing
610 neres more or less.
Crows Nest Puss Lumber Co.,Ltd.
per Jas. McLaren, locator.
Bated  November 9th,  1907.       47
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT,
District (A Kootenay.
Take notice that Frank 11. Halo,
of Fernie, B.C., occupation Lumberman, intends to apply for perinis
sion to purchase Ibe following described land.
Commonelng at a post planted on
the eastern boundary of an island in
tbe Kootonay Rivor at the northenst
j corner   of   Lot 7222, thenee west to
the westerly boundary Of said island
thence northerly  following the west
: ern   boundnry of suid    istnnd tn its
most northerly  point, thence southeasterly       following    the       eastern
j boundary of said  island to point of
commencement,   and    boing    all   of
[said island north of said Lot, 7222.
Frank H. Hah;
i    Dated October  17th,  1907. 43
CRANBROOK LAND DISTUICT.
District of Kootenay.
Take notice that J nines M. W,
Hall, of Boston, Muss., occupation,
agent, intends to upply for permission to purchase the following described land.
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast cornor of Lot 7222
Group 1, Kootenny District, thence
nurth 40 chains to the northeast coiner of snid Lot 7222, thence .southeasterly lollowing the boundary of
tho island ou which said northeast
corner of Lot 7222 is situate to a
point due east of point of comnwnce
ment, thenee wost to point of commencement.
James M.  W.  Hall.
Dated October 16th,  1907. 43
RIVERS  AND  STREAMS  ACT.
NOTICK is hereby given that sixty
days after date I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works under the provisions of
the "Rivers and Streams Act" for
permission to remove obstructions
and make improvements on the Little Moyie River in Kust Kootenay
where it pusses through Lots 8435,
S436, 8437, 8438, 8439, 8440 und 8441,
and muke the same fit for rafting
and driving thereon logs, timber,
lumber, rafts or crafts, and to construct dams at certain points on the
said river where it passes through
Lots 8437 and 8439 and at a point
about one third (1-3) of a milo eust
of Lot 8441 and at such other points
ns muy bo decided upon. Also to
construct flumes through the said
Lots 8441 und S440 and extending a
short distance north thereof and
booms, slides and chutes nt such
other points as may be required nnd
to make such other improvements
as mny be necessary for said purpose.
The portion of the snid river oa
which the right to make said improvements is sought passes through
the Lots referred to in the District
of Kust Kootenay, B.C. and runs
south easterly.
R. H. McCoy.
Dated this 8th day of November
A.D.  1907. 46
Delinquent Tuxes.
Particular attention is directed to
the following extract from Section
150, Chapter 32, Municipal clauses
Act:-
"The rates and taxes   on land or
on improvements, special   or otherwise, which   are unpaid   on   the
31. day of December   in each year
shall boar interest at the rate of
eight per cent per annum thereon.
Thos.  M.  Roberts,
Collector.
City Clerk's Office
Cranbrook, it, C.
CKANHKOOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay,
TAKK notice that Peter Lund, of
Wunlner, B. C, occupation Lumberman, intends to apply for a special
timlier licence over the following described lanils: - Commencing at a
post planted at tbe iiiirtheast eoraer
Of Lot 3068 Group I, Kootenay District, thence east 35 chains, thence
north 60 chains, tlience west 35
chains, thence south 60 chuins to
tbe  plnee  of commencement,
PETER Ll'ND.
Dnted  November  LSth.   1907.        49
$3.pOAmCASH
$3,00 AM0NTH
(IiiikI Discount Por Gusli
SIMPLE   _ STRONO
SILENT OfficesBtWHiim.
SPEEDY
Methodist Churn.
l.'uMKKT Hem's, Pastor
Siiiiiluy MnrniliiT Slm-vIi'u al 11 ii.iii.
Fellowship iiiu.'-.iii- • - I2.|8ti.m.
Sunduy Sohool und Bible Clans S p.m.
A special luvitutii-n Is givon to
llio Mon's Own in ■! BU in the
"iivin" for mun only
<1£hc |!r00:pi?cter
SATURDAY. .IAN, 4, 11)08.
The Leaders Duel.
Pendltift lhe rnturn uf Hun.
.Mr Lemli'UX fl'iim Lis mission In
Ju|niu iiiiiI llis riipi-rl to his chief
(in what he won or fulled to win
their discussion of the future
Oriental Immigration question
would ho futile. Indeed, it might
profitably have been suspended
from the time that Mr Lemleux
loft Ottawa. But it was purlin
menl, not tho press that Hrsl
offended and the proceedings ul
parliament are public property.
As is well known the question
was brought up in llie house hy
li. ti, McPherson followed by
Duncan Boss, Ralph Smith and
Billy Sloan, trying to show that
it wus not their fault. Ridiculous
us that exhibition was. it served
i useful purpose in giving R L.
Borden an opportunity lo compel Sir Wilfrid Laurier to answer
ii few straight questions.
The drivelling of the four
British Columbia members would
have passed unnoticed, but ,t
was followed by a parliamentary
duel between the lender of the
opposition and the premier that
is full of iuteresl to Canadians,
and most especially to British
Columbians.
The telegraphic summaries
were too brief to indicate the
character of tho debate and the
full reporl is too lung for puhli
cation, The following extracts
nre from an admirable condensation in the Toronto News, over
the well known initials C. ft. H.
"From this Mr. Borden passed
on to by far tli" most interesting
pari of his speech.
"1, In I ill Ci the assertion wns
twice made by the government in
house thai the Natal Act wasdis
allowed because it was ultra
vires and contrary to Dominion
policy. Not lu Imperial pulk'.y,
observe
"2. Mr. Chamberlain, when
Colonial Secretary, addressed to
Lord Minto two substantially
indention! despatches, on July
20th, 1898, and March 2Slrd. 18119,
on the subject. The ono which
Mr. Borden quoted drew the
intention of the Canadian Gov
eminent to the repugnance of the
Japanese Governmenl lo any
restrictions upon Japanese labor,
and impressed upon it the importance of an influx of Japanese
was to be apprehended, of dealing with the subject ou tlie lines
of the Natal Act. which was
likely to be adopted in Australia
"There is a new fact if you
like
"Mr, Borden's summary of the
sit mil ion was:
"I. In li.OO Sir Wilfrid
Laurier slated that an under-
standing existed with Japan
whereby thai power would restrict lho emigration of its subjects,
"2.     lu    11108,   when dealing
iSTEWARTS ii
TllK  I.K.MHM1   I'lll'IT S'l'dllK
!lead(|u:irlors for:
imm: aiti.ks
JAM OHANOI'S
MAI.AI1A (Ili.U'KS
Als
Second   Hum!   Machine
Por Sals Cheap and To Rent.
GEO. B. POWELL. Agent
Armstrong Avenue
Phono I*i7 Cranlirook, B.C
S T 10 VV A R T S
Km,   Chocolates  nml   Hun  lions
; Jusl Arrived A beautiful selection of Boxes io choose Irom
for Sale only hy
Hugh Stewart
Phone 75       Annstronu, ftve.
with lhe question lit I hii i -■ " i
migration, the I h einii i luul    h*--
sumo ground -is tu Japan
•■::.    In   WOU  Mr   Kist   >-\
pressly assured ■• il-m-i ' :m
he hud the wrliteu ussiiro.'.c( . !
lhe Japanese (lovvriuu -u- ' nil
there wuuld ho no g mum ,tl iimiii
gratiou
■I lu 1U07 when tin i -only
came up lur ratiticiiiioii, >-ii Wi I
frid Laurier look llie sain,- pus
tion, This assurance by iho
Jupanesu anthurilles \vi|s accept
id by Ihe house as u substitute
for the liberty of action whicli
the United States reserved
to Itself iu the treaty of 11)01
wilh Japan.
"u Thoso assurnnci s |, ,v,
not proved effective: 10.00 >
Japanese have lately lauded In
Canada. Tin- Qovnriimonl hud
done nothing exeopi declare [Iml
ii would noi act precipitately
"0 Thedlll'iM'ence in stun lui is
oi lalior makes ilns un economic
question
"7. Tliu Houso should knov,
llie objeel of Mr. Lcmlnnx's
mission and Ihedegroeof success
which Ims attended it.
Especially was this advisable in
view uf the newspaper reporl
linn there will he no change i
the treaty, As oral assurance*
uud written assurance twice n-
pouted had not proved affective,
this news did not Improve the
situation.
"To get at the full significance
of Sir Wilfrid Laurier's reply ii
Is advisable to strip off some of
his rejoinders to Mr. Borden,
whicli amount to little more than
Parliamentary fencing. That
clearance effected, let us look al
the purport of his speech.
"1. The attitude uf tlie Canadian Government to Japan has
been governed by Ihe fact thai
Japan has undertaken to control
her emigration. Tho inference
frum the Premier's words was lo
note lhat China had not given
any such undertaking. Sir Wil
frid Laurier recalled the fact
that ihis assurance was volunteered in 19011 by the Japanese
consul at Vancouvor tut he Royal
Commission on Oriental labor.
The Royal commission in effect
said: "If Japan curries out this
undertaking to restrict emigration, thai will suffice: If she does]
not. we recommend the passing!
of the Natal Act. "
"2. The whole ucl ion of tho
Canadian Government ou this
subject has been continuous, and I
has been based on this undertaking of the Japanese Government.
"8, Everything went satis
factory until this season, when
this sudden influx occurred. It
was contrary to the understanding. But tlie Government
would not jump (it tin?conclusion
that the Japanese Government
hud violated its assurances, nor
would it use threatening language It preferred lo conjecture
that designing men had succeeded in evading the restrictions,
and it sent a commissioner to
Tokio to find out. if it was
merely a case of evasion, thai
could easily be rectified.
"I. It is greatly tu be preferred that this restriction of
immigration should be effected
by the deliberate action uf the
Japanese authorities rather than
by Canadian legislation.
"fi. The Natal Act cannot be
passed while tbe treaty is in force.
(This is an admission elicited by
diroctquestionfrom Mr. Borden.)
"II. Mr. Leinieiix will sail
from Japan about January :;.
will come straight home, uml
will arrive in Ottawa alioui
January in. Whicli will bo rapid
traveling.
"7. The much-talked of
written assurances Mr. Nosse's
letter, the documents iu Mr.
Fisher's possession, etc will bo
produced whon Mr, Lumiouxluis
returned. They will nut be pro
cluccd before.
"■•\ Tlie premier discredited
though he did noi clearly con
tradic.f, llu1 Tokio despatch as to
lhe decision of tin- Japanese
government,
"There yuu hnve iho premier's
utterance. Study it, und soo it
it is nut one of iim most dexterous
bits ul work yon  have ovoi	
countered "
Kootenay
J.V Steel Range ^/
Fresh air is introduced into
the Kootenay oven through a
series of vents at the bottom
of the oven door, and the
cooking- fumes carried out
through another series of
vents at the back of the oven.
(Arrows in
illustration,
show method'
/~ of ventilation.)
The air in the
oven is always
kept pure. The
natural flavor
of every
ar t i o 1 e is
completely
retained.
Everything
tastes most
delicious.
FREE
Booklet
. on aequest.
n7%^r"
MCCLARYS
10-JDO*.. TONOMO,  MUMKL.U, WINMPRO, VANCOUVER, SI. JIUIV HAMILTON
PATMORE   BROS.,  Sole   Agents
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IIII.I. a rn. The nni) plin-i!
Ihul uun lliilki   lit,  worth tin- Iiiiii:
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I lli.t nml Cold Baths Proprietors ij
It-eaii t4u.' Prospeotor.
Advertise »n Uio Prospector,
School of Mining
A COLLEGE OF APPLIED SCIENCE,
Atflllitcd lo Queen's University,
KINGSTON, ONT.
I'or Ca ten-la r of the School and further
Infirm it inn. apply to Ihr Sertetaiy. School
of iliniii**  Kingston, Ontario
The loUawInf Cewaes are •ffert4.
—Pout Yea tn Course for Degree of II. Sc.
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Till    Kit-Reform tradi- mark means the certainty of satisfaction.     It   stands   foi   Kit-Reform   t|ualil)   and   Kit
Ki I   in values.
In i    iinda   Mill  ms   if Dollars worth ol Suits and Overcoats have I hth sold hei-ause the lit Reform has lived up
The price ticket is a -,'ood thing to look for, and a mig.-u good thing to find, you'll always  liml   it
I   l K 'forn     ii ments
Special   Reduction   for   Next   Week
10   Per Cent Off the Pocket Prices
MENS    OVERCOATS      -      -      FIT-REFORM    MAKE
Must  Be Cleared
$14.00 Values For ^10.50
15.00       " "      12.50
$18.00 Values For $15.00
20.00       "        "      17.50
Burns Brothers
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TllK .IKWKI.Ki:
IKKU'I \ I.   •'■ *'■ •'*    W \'l'i 'II    IN *Vl'V'\ <)\
iin Lands in   South-   **■
Kn ■   K ■  ■     iy,   notici    i(  which  ap    £
Keep v.>ur eyes on the   Cranhrook1   According   to   reports   Oranbrook       | taji(1 Contracts tor anv  ki
district during the year L908. *1U &£* ,' »■»««'"««   gift of  $7,000 ,rTTiV(,      mTl
lor puhhc buildings from the Domin-   li*      l-AXi     llll IJNU,     Ul H
A nice lino   of   Peterson   Pipes at
Campbell & Manning's.
ion   government.     This   is   another   \V()|Ii\   Etc
and more   substantial   evidence that
the   general   elections   are   near at
Bert Whimeter, n, the Fet-nle Free  *&• J^f^tomW the magnt- |(| m y ^ ^
always have men on hand
tin-  Ml     All
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.   lsno, is Grows Nest Pass Lumber it',,    anoni
hove men-      ""•>' "  1;,"s- Sunday lust in Cranbrook
for   loca-                            ■    --
■ >n   March     -^'s-*    Bookmnster    of     Marysville ,j
day last in Cranbrook. €
Biiini of Winnipeg, H. P. Ander- »
1    Gazetted ;i King's Council.
shopping at t'ranbrook Monday, smi of High   river,   J.   Hnnlmrv   nf tl
ItoUBRT A   liKNU'Ii'K,                                     - Brandon and   11.  P.   Oooke of   Fort jf
Depiitj   Cnmmissli r   of Lands     Dr. II. Watt of Klngsgnto   wns nt Steele were guests at the Oranbrook fl
nil Works.                                             Cranbrook Monday. ,,„ January  1st.                                   \
ils ,iiiii  Works Department, '          f
The Railway   Trainmen    of   Cran- <■*
brook gave another nne of their pop- fi
('liA.N'Hnoi)K   I.ANIi  DISTUICT    i    P.   Jensen   of   Wasa    was   at  tho "'.X,, ,!"'"'t's1 „"n, Se"   Y?"'s   B,ve''8
nwrlct  of Kooteaay.               Cosmopolitan Tuesday, ^\™f „!;'I^L,^™,  an(1 »  $
TAKK notice tlmt   Peter Jensen of 	
VVnsn,    ii   V    occupation    miner, in  I   The public schools will open again
ti   il    i" apply for a special    timber  nexl   Monday. A report   was   received   at   ('ran-  f>
' nu vi'i  the    following    described brook Tuesday that Howard Holiday  f
lands:     I'ommenceing at a post plan      Mr, and  Mrs.  W.    M    Frost,    who died last   week in a   hospital   at or  \
tcil   ti  tin    ..nih east corner of tim   spent Christinas at  Kalis'pell,  Mont, near Wetaskewan;   of lung   troubles,
hnr    licence     11794,    tbence    west  80  returned to ('ranbrook Tuesday. Mr.  Holiday  had   many    friends    at
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jf for further inquiries.
fi Dick Lum
Jj Ci'iinhroonk, ■   British Columbia
I       CRANBROOK  LAND  DISTRICT
/ District of Kootenay.
7g     TAKK notice that  Peter Jensen of
C Wasa.   B.  ('.,    occupation    miner,  jn-
/ tends to apply    for a special timber
■g licence over the following    described
w) lands:     Commencing at a post plan
j^ ted 40 chains south of the north east
•ft corner of timber licence  L1795, thence
jj south    160   chains,     thence    east 40
g chains,     thence    nortb    160    eliains.
5j thence     west
$ cotnmencemon'
it;
■in   chains to    place of
Peter  Jensen.
Dated December 7th. 1007. 1
i'he time for tbe commencement of
r   MlftWTnNTQ    ■
 nee" smith"       ,-l,.-,i.,s, ICranbrook " who   will"" be "mm to 5   j"! •                   oi                fl ,,T'"' if.!" "» commencement o
i   in   chnins,    thenco north An   American citizen   Is not quali-  learn   nf his   demise.      Ho   was   n«  I ,10 511*    Stfirt*  «"',,'"'..'".."'•"      ,s "' .'"',"!
.    thence   enst    I"   chains, fled to vote in municipal elections In  salesman with .1. 1). McBride during |  V>"j^tl1      ^HM *w S D   0. Gazette is hereby extended in,
Mth 60   chains   to   place of this province.    _                                 his residence at Cranbrook.                »(B»S9i»«S«9«S«-^S*W)ISf>S9SjtH Jnnlmrjr      j. j?  Ai-mstronfr.
I'.-ii-i   Jensen. i    I.. Johnson   nnd P.    B.   Moran of
December 7th.   mnT. l     Marysville were gueBts ut the Crnn-
linii' for tin- commencement of  brook Monday,
ublicntion of this notice in the 	
Gazette is hereby extended un-     N. A, Wallingor has been appointed
iniinry 10th,  1908. a clork at the   government   otlico nt
.1    P.  Armstrong, Cranbrook, from August 1st. 11)05.
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man knows tho superiority of tho Blator Shoo so woll that ha is willing to pny tho duty.
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BURNS BROTHERS,    Cnmbrook, B.C.

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