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SEP 19 1907     *
Vol. IB.
CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, SB1>TBMBUR 14,11)07
No. S7,
FINISHES BUSINESS
Labor   Day   OomniiUee   Makes
Final Report
A liiml meeting uf llm Lil'i'i
Ilny Committee wns Imlil in
Mighton's Hull nil SlllUlllllV
livening.    Mom1 ■ ■'•■   present   lis
follMWR  I Messrs   'I'    .1     Deris.
T.   ll.iyti'i',   ft   Mi'K' nun, .1    II
Ml'DOII'tlai,     W.    M.lliMllll.    ft,    Mil
Kweu, A  MoCuwiin, T. L-I 111, W.
,1.   Flowers,   II.   liinil milium.
.1. Brechmi ivn.l II  White
Vlsn Pres . Doris occupied the
ehulr, Records of pn-vlous meet
log were reutl uml approved. Sum
iiini'.V nf tin' Hiiiini'inl stulemonl
wus read hy Secretary VVhlto,
whiuli on motion wns uccopted
nnd approvod,
It wasj'moved bo T, Boyter,
seconded by T. Gill thai Harry
White be paid Ihe sum of fitly
dollars, and a hearty vote ot
thanks of this committee for the
efficient manner in which lie performed his duties as secretary.
Tlie motion was carried unanimously.
It was moved by A. McCowan,
seconded by T. Boyter that Vici'
President T. Doris be paid tho
sum of ij-'-fi as a remuneration for
the amount of work performed,
and time spent to bring the celebration to a successful Issue.—
Carried unanimously.
On motion of VV. McDonald,
seconded by W. .1. Flowers, the
Secretary and Treasurer was instructed to turn over any balance
of proceeds of Labor Day, after
paying all bills, to the Trades
and Labor Council of Cranbrook
The committee, wish lo thank
Superintendaiit Erickson, John
Moe, district passenger agent;
Chief dispatcher Scott; and
Agent Wilson, for the exeellenl
service and uniform courtesy in
advancing the interests of tho
day. The committee also wish
to thank , the Press, the Cranbrook Herald, and Prospector;
the Moyie Leader; the Pernie
ftree Press, and Pernie Ledger,
for their cordial support, and
further, the committee, wish to
thank the business men of Cranbrook for their liberal contributions towards Ihe prize list; the
committee also wish to thank
Mr. V. Hyde Baker for the free
use of the grounds, and Mr. S.J.
Mighton for the free use of his
hall to hold meetings; and all
friends helping to make the celebration a huge success.
Respectfully
On behalf of the Committee,
II. White, Sec.
Statement of Receipts and Disburse
ments.
RECEIPTS I'KU BUBSCKIPTION8
P (loddcrios
$    2.5(1
Lee John
50
John Leask
-J..".».
Friend
10.00
Pernio-Port Sleolo Brow
ing Co.
15.00
Friend
5,00
W. M. Frost
2 50
Geo, B, Powell
j,im
Donations
81,00
Kink Mer. Co,
25,00
A. L. McDermol
I5.IIO
Cranbrook Co Operative
Stores
15.00
P. Burns St Co.
25.00
Hill St Co.
15.110
Cosmopolitan Hotel
5i M Kl
Campbell & Maiming
lli.llll
J. D. McBride
15.00
G. T. Rogers
15,00
Fred Perry
io.oo
Hoggarth St Rollins
50.011
Dr. F. B. Miles
5. IIII
S. J. Mighton
25.0(1
,1. Maiming
5.00
11. Stewart.
5.110
Bradley St Aikens
10.011
C. ft. Reid
15.1111
D. A. McDonald Mani
toba Hotel
50.00
A. C. Bowness.
10.00
A. C. Smith
10.00
N. P. Molander, Quoons
Hold
10.00
Royal llnlel
50.00
A. A. McKlnnon
5.00
Arnold St Roberts
5.00
Vi. ti. Tale
in.nn
IV, E  Wordon
5,00
D.v.nll Bros,
1 1 ' 1 II 1
Bnnlc.V Klw'ell
5.011
.1. A   Harvoy
inn
Ciniiiillan Hotel
5i > nn
VV, li   Wilson
mnt
l'h,. 11,.i'ulii Pub i'i.
mini
W, I'' Gnnl
5.00
Ur.-   Km:.' A ilri'i'n
•ji 11 n
1, Colin
:.' ,*it i
I'm re Bros
5.00
Dominion Menl i'n
5.U0
1'  Mallieson
25 ""
.1   W   Wnll
2 *n'
Sllsll St   Doill' CO
■_'.*, i it i
McCall A i'n
5.00
Vi. Cline
5. on
Beattie ,V AU'.liiitsoti
15.00
Geary i& Doyle
10.00
Canadian Bunks nf
I'lllllllll'II'I1
lli.llll
Reid * Co.
15.00
(1. II. Thompson
5.00
City of Cranbrook
150.00
Imperial Banks
10.00
Paul Hundley
10.1111
Cranbrook Trading Co.
10.00
B. 11. Shorl
5.00
Fred Haines
10.00
F. E. King
5.00
Tho Prospector
10.00
Purse by Cilizuns for
Base-Ball
ioo.no
loe Kerrigan for Booth
57.50
Gate Receipts
028.35
(l-rand Stand Receipts
07.15
Collection nt Ball game
20.lio
Badges Sales
11.20
Disbursements.
Prizes,
Miners Union Moyie.Union
with large! representation $50.00
[nt.   Ass.   of Machinists,
Cranbrook,  union with
best general appearance   50.00
Brotherhood  of Railway
Carmen,      Cranbrook
largest body of employees of one firm, 50.00
Blind of Hope, Cranbrook
Best banner in parade     25.on
Ski.   Small,   Cranbrook,
J mile pony race, 1st 15,00
Vi. Bardgett, Cranhrook,
.I mile pony race, 2nd s.nfj
Edward Alexander, Imlian
J mile Indian pony nice    10.nn
Seymour, Indian,   J  mile
Indian pony nice 2nd 5.00
Geary & Doyle, Cranlirook
I, mile horse race,  1st      50.00
Luke. Indian, A milo horse
2nd. 25.00
H. G, Wilson, Pernio. 100
yard foot nice, 1st. 10.00
H.   Cattell.   Feruie,   100
yard foot race, 2nd. 10 00
Vi.    Harris,    Cranhrook,
i mile foot race. 1st.        20.nn
Francis,   Indian.   *   mile
footrace, 2nd. 10.00 {growers imdvriiis'abilityitsstilosmuu.
R. M. Wendell,   Wycliffe. t'ull or part time.   Suite age, exiioi-
,, .       , , . ■'        ,   ,     ,,,,,,,   IGIIUQ mul tvk'tviu'i's.   Ut'nwn Urns. I ,,.,
Running broad jump 1st.   10.00 j Nui-soryinon Ltd.,  Brown's Niirsories,
II.   (1.    Wilson,    Fernie. Out.
Running broad jump 2nd.   4,00 	
Robt. Campbell, Movie |    W. Anderson of Rosslaud,  G.
Running high jump 1st     lo.ool W. Gilchrist um
C. D, Brainerd, Kimbor- kelson, 11. li. 11
PEOPLE YOU MAY KNOW
Visitors Hern and Thorn   Pooplc
Who Ooino to Cranbrook and
Thoso Who (io Away.
II    McKei     ol     Koolenny
Landing wns in thecily M lay,
Neii Mel I Cnrran, iniiiiiiger
of ihe Norili Slur mino un-. in
lown Thursday.
Hi'   mul  Ml-S    ft.   Vi,  ( liven  left
in Thursday on it * Isit lo
Spokane,
Mr nnd Mrs Nolhmiiu ol
Spokane were. Crunbrook
visiiors Tuesdny.
Wm. Forosl and J. ,1. Filz
pulrick of Mnrysville woro in the
eiiy Monday.
Mr. und Mrs. A, C, Bowness
returned Monday from nn extended eastern visit.
Mr. und Mrs. .1. S. Staples of
WyclilTe were Crnnbrooli visiiors
Monday,
Chas. Armstrong of Moyio wns
slinking hands wilh old friends
in Cranbrook on Monday.
Mrs. ,1. Smith is spending u
week al Fori Steele visiting
Mrs. James Clark uml meeiing
old friends.
li. A. (iuskiil, manager of the
Kiinlierley Milling Co., ol
Kiinlierley wus transacting busi
ness ut Cranbrook Tuesduy.
The resignation of Constable
A. A. Ward bus been accepted
by the Police Commissioners of
Cranbrook.
A window display representing
u Kootenay Central railway
bridge across the Koolenny
river, is on attraction of J, D.
McBrldo, the hardware merchanl
A. McKenzie and tl. Vi. Sharp
of Spokane, A. A. Hall, Scotland. W. E. Shorl und S. Wharton of Montreal were registered
at the Cranhrook Tuesdny.
F. Reid of Halifax, N. S.j .1
Armington of St. Louis, Mo.. W.
F. Murphy of Montreal, und D.
Gardner of Ottawa were guests
at the Crunbrook Sunduy lust.
H. J. Stevenson of Brandon.
B. P. Puddingtoti of Toronto, R,
Potter of Vancouver, R, L
llrown of Nelson nnd F. Ritchie
of Victoria were guests nt the
Crunbrook Monday.
Wtttii,ul:   Profitable proposition open
for rel inliii'mn n nn i nni til i'il among fruit
I C. V. Jones or
ituiltoti und  H.
S. Jones of Calgary were registered at the Cninbrook Wednesduy.
ley Running high
jump 2nd 4.01
R, Campbell, Movie
High polovaull 1st io.oo!
..      ,       ,,      ,       , Kev. 1. ().    Mum   und   ,1.    F.
I,en. Miiiiii mn. t ranbrook Smith lefl by Monday's express
"'f-'1'!' vaulted I.oo ,„.„„,,„, ,!„*, Kootenay  Presby-
Geo. Manahan, Oranbrook tery   winch Is held   nl Grand
Putting tho shot 1st 10.00 p0rks on tholOl.h Instant.   Thoy
Peter   Mc.Loniiiin,   Gran- expect lo roturn by Iho end of
brook Pulling sluil 2nd 1.00 ihe wooli
I 'olllilllli'il no I'llgQ II.
Why We Are Here.
Cranbrook is ihe natural com.
mercllll and mining center nf
Southeasl Knoletiuy.
There ure more mines within u
radius of 20 miles than any ol her
town in the district.
Cranbrook Is the lumbering
center, with more mills and
lumbering en nips tributary to the
city, than any other lown in the
district.
Cranbrook is tho railway
center, witli all roads uud trails
centering al, ('ranbrook.
Crunbrook Is the seal of
government. Tho Country
court is held in Cranbrook, All
the linuks of the ilisirict ure
located here, and the lurgcsliind
most beautiful lownsilo is known
as Crunbrook
I f you wish In invest iii mining,
llllll boring nr any commercial or
manufacturing business came
straight io Craubrook.
Among tho gnosis al Ilia Cosmopolitan TllesdllV were I,'. II.
McCoy of Grand Forks, N. I)..
II.   II.   Watson   Spokane,    S,
Wnudleynf Pelerlinrn, Mr. und
Mrs. W K HlnnrofSpiikuneniid
B. .1   Clayton of Mnrysville.
Tho Licence Commissioners of
Oranbrook held a meeting on
Wednesduy und grunted a transfer  of   the   Royal   llnlel licence
from L. II. VanDecar lo Frank
Vim Decar.
W. F,   Tute.   the jeweler,   Ihis
week hus completed soma
extensive Improvomonls, The
interior of lhe Store bus heen
chiinged, two largo show ctiscs
boing moved to llio front, tho
repair slaiiii sel buck, ami 11 new
mirror case sel iu tho big show
window, Those changes add
iniii'li to ihe itpponrnnco nml
the stuck displayed. Mr.
Tula is unl only the pioneer
jeweler of Crnnhrnnk. lull of
Soiiiheusi Kootonuy, and the
adaption of up In dale inofhods
of ilnprnveiiieills. ullil tllO selee
lion of slock has const nil 11 y in
creased his husiness.
Sam. Morrow came up From
Haynes Lake Friday on business
II L. Stopliens of Calgnr'
was n Cranhrook ■ isilor Friday
F Kelsnll ni vVnltsburg was
iu low a Thursday.
I .\ llurvey wns nl lhe cnnsl
this week mt legal business
"Meei   ul tlie Carnival" on
Monday,
Nels Hanson of Wasa '.pen:
several days ihis week hi I 'ran
brook
Mr ami Mi"'. F (' Malpas
were visiling al lhe coast litis
weok.
B. II. Shorl ** In . were en
gaged ihis week in decora I ing
the new Wilson slot'O
C. E. Keid it Co., have received n complete supply of
Typewriting material.
L. A. Biillinun of liolden. nnd
R, Dewar of Fori Steele were ul
the Cosmopolitan Friday
Dave. Griffith, the King of
Wild Horse creek was in town
Thursdny.
.Iniin Lensk bus gone to the
coast. He will he uway annul
Iwo weeks.
An adjourned meeting of the
Golf Club will he lield ui the
Club house today. The ladies
will serve tea.
Wm, While, ill ll linger al tho
St. Eugene mine ut Moyie spent
several days in Cranhrook this
week,
,1. Williams of Gait, T, fi.
Brenton of Montreal, li McNoely
of WyclilTe, and A. P. McDonald
of Moyie were guests ut the
Cranlirook Thursdny.
William Rollins and Ed, Covoll
returned Sunday from n trip to
the far north. They report
having u strenuous time prospecting in that country.
The News.
News put into print nt the
earliest possible moment, il
comes piping hoi from the press
wilh u delicate iiromit that tickles the nostrils. Bul il won't
keep Ils very essence is freshness.    What all the world knows
Iintl is not news; whal all the
world will be surprised io find
out uli! that is news. The
Prospector prints tho news, nml
it prints it quick. And lliere
you have it every Saturday
morning.
Methodist Church.
Next sunday will bo the Harvest Festival Sunday ui the
Methodist Church. The building
will be decorated throughout
with fruits vegetables und llowot'S
nnd the Pastor invites contributions of these from ull who enn
possibly ussisli nuy gnrdon produce will he welcome nnd no
offering will be regarded too
snnili Eor acceptance. In the
case nl uny specimen vegetables
or fruits, n curd will bo attached
BANDITS HOLD UP TRAIN
Blow Safe and Wreck Baggage
I'ar on Groat Northern Train
Wiih mie baggage ear almost
tutu!I>* wrecked as the   resull   ol
being dynamited by the irn In
robbers, Grout       northern
pussenger lrain No I. known a*
ihe i Iriontnl Limited, which was
held up early yoslorduy morning
by masked bnndils at Rondo
Siding, six miles wesi of Rexford,
Mi,ul ,   ami   : lilos    oasl    nl
Spoklllie, pulled nun lhe Ureal
Northern depot   shortly  before
2  o'clock  yi'sierilay   alter ll,
Both sides nml the rm,I of lho
cur, which wits behind lho tend,"
where utmost entirely blown nil.
While the  sleel   safe, ill t three
feel square, thnt slOOtl in lhe
middle ol the demolished
structure and In one side, was
lilled with debris.
A large crowd nf spectators
was on hand lo meet the train,
which curried a light load of
passengers, few of whom alighted
here.
Engineer Schutl nnd Fireman
Pearson, who broughl theGreul
Northern's crack- train to a stop
between the rocky sides of a
narrow defile in the wilds of
Montana, ut the command of two
highwaymen, who thrust the
iu lizzies of two murderous look ing
revolvers in their faces, were not
on the train having dropped nil
ni Troy, Mont., but Conductor
M. S, Hurley, Express
Messenger ,1. F, Dyson und
Mail Clerk Philip Lung of 720
Mansfield avenue, Spokane, who
were Important figures in the
sensational holdup, were slill
on board.
Conductor Hurley w< nl oil
duty on reaching this city, while
the express messenger went on
to Scuttle, ufter the demolished
baggnge cur was switched to u
siding.   Spokesman Review,
Drowned in the Kootenay.
lolin F,  Chnnnnings, of Fori
Sleele wns ilrnwiled while
nt.tempting lo ford n branch of
the Kootonay river, Sunday
iflernnnn.
Mr. Chninuiings left home on
Sunday afternoon in search of
cows llial had strayed. It is
upposed that he discovered thom
on un Island, about linlfa mile
north of Sleele, and he attempted
lo cross ul the poinl where his
horse and dog was found. Mr.
Ohammings noi returning his
wife became uneasy und informed
some neighbors. A searching
party set out, who found his
horse, dog and coal, on the
hank near the old ice house, und
where Earl Mathers was drowned
several years ago under similar
circumstances. All duy Monday
searching parties with drug
I hooks, und giant powder, searched for ihe body without success.
Indians were hired tn engage
in lhe search. (in Thursday
afternoon   lho   body was   dis
covered, by the   Indians,   iu   the
minion eloctlou, ii is anticipated
'hul  the Grand   Trunk   PaclHc
will supply ii„, ledcnmpnlgn
funds,
Legislative candidates ror iho
Dominion House still eontinunlo
Crop  up  ill   lhe   Km nys,   the
Inlesl iu ntlrnel more than
passine attention is F ft, simp
sun ns lhe man win, could make
'he strongest tight ngninsl ti
i !onservuth-o eandidnlo,
Enrlj though ii  mnj   he ih,.
skirmish   gmiH   ol    lho     Dn
in I n Ion enmpaign ure being tired
As lhe tun,,  goes  on   lliere  an-
IllOSC Will, predict   llu,I   1|,,.    ('un
servntive chances for oarrj ing
llriiisli Columbia nre slrongei
iiian over,
Communicated.
"Old Man'* Simpson excels
himself in wild  doniinciiition  nf
"Kllii.'l.'el's"      es| iallv      when
their political colors do not
correspond  with  his   own  free
uml   Ai 'icnu  Ixi. ii    brand    of
Liberalism,     Muyor  Finluy   is
the speeiui object   nl   hi,   wrath
forgetting tiie fuel thul the
Muyor, fnr all his supposed
"Knocking" nf Crunbrook, is the
means nf having spent amongst
ils merchants u paltry matter nf
some $8,000, a month. Here ure
Ihe figures for last month:—
Fink Mercantile Co.       .$415.50
(i. T. Rogers  587. II
Burns * Co   120.88
Hill St Co     85.00
Keid A Co     |l.tin
.1. D. McBrldo  808,50
McCallum St tin     750.80
und 10 dollars to B, H. Short, It
muy he of intei'OSl In suy Ihni
none nf those parties were asked
lo accept payment of their ac-
counts in Sullivan stock, which
is us sound a security as those
nf lhe Herald Publishing Co .
possibly even bettor. If the
mnmiger of the Herald Publishing Co., only expresses the wish
there   is   no  doubt    but    Mayor
Finluy will endeavor to give an
illustration of practical  "knocking" by turning liis business into
u   moro   appreciative   morkol
XYZ
Mining Notes.
There is every reason to
believe tlml ll number of milling
properties will change bunds be-
fore the end of this month.
These douls if completed will
bring a large nmotllll nl* money
into the district.
There are a number of good
mines ull over the district thut
havo from fifty losevcral hundred
tons of ore on Ihe dumps, and
thut could commence shipping
were lhe necessary menus of
transportation afforded. It is
the opitlicu of mining men. thai
the above figures are considerably less than whal llie nel mil
valuation will he nl the close of
lhe your,
Our Visitors.
where  desired, saying by whom
,,         ,  idcnlienl    pool    iu     which    ll
grown.    Corn on ihe stalk nnd  ,, .,  ,   '     ,. „.,
grain are ospoclally requested
The goods sent lo lhe Fostlvnl
will he sold mi lhe evening of
Monday in ihe gymnasium, and
llm Men's Iliiile Class will run n
Refreshment Counter, Pro.
served fruits und homo made
bread will bo mining tho good
things senl. even young chicken
are nn tlio lisi nf promises.   If
the weulher is ul ull fllVOI'llblo
tho collection of garden produce
Will    he   well   WOl'tll   SOCillg,    lis
inusl  nl  ihe  principal growers
have heen nslo'd III USSist.
S| inl   singing    will    he    a
Couture during the dny, und the
Mather boy   Wlls   found.     When
found, there wns u bruise on the
side of Ihe I'ucc. evidently   ITI ad 0
by     the      burse     slriekillg     lhe
unfortunate  man,   nfter   boing
thrown, nud while the horso wus
Struggling     ill     the    deep    swift
i wuier.    Mr.   CI iming's   body
I will be Interred nn Sulurday,
The deceased leaves a wi found
one child. The sudden nud
tinfortunnto dnulli of Mr.
Chainiiilngs has eusl  a   gloom
nver lhe   ciimuiuuily.    where   he
wus    lunch    respected    uml    it
gc 'al  favorite.    Mr   II.    M.
Burrow, father of  Mrs.  Cham
, ,       , lllillgs.  Whn hus I II  in    lhe  I Mil
choir   will   probably  lie argu- ,, ,
' .        7,, Country on business, is now mi
llleliled    Ini'   ll ecus         I n
,, , ,   ,     ,    . his return loblcole,
nul   lhe   I sltol'8   ill   I In 'll-  (lillies
members I re,--' r uttoiidonlsi Matters Political.
ure riiqnested in lake Iheir seals 	
earlier Ihan usual. Many signs poinl It, llie dolor-
Tho church  will  he open ull initiation of the Olluwn  (invent
du\ mi Sullirdliy  In   receive   lhe menl to go In lhe  country   nexl
SULLIVAN     PAYING     $110,000
MONTHLY
Works force of 50 Men and Turns
Ont 100 Tons.
* Working n for [ BO  men.
both al tlie   stnollor   and   at   the
'h • ile Sullivan is turning out
iver In" ten, daily, shipping it
'n the Marysville smelter and
itetling gross returns of |K10,000
monthly inr its output," said
■lames I. Ford, a heavy stock
holder in ihe mine, who returned
Veslel'lai     Ir i    \ i^jI    Iii    ihe
'nine, located near Klmberloy B
i'
■The veins oponod on tho pro-
pony average 22 feel In width.
Enough ore is In sight und
blocked oul to keep tho smelter
ami mine running 12 years.
Average value of the ore mined
runs about 30 per cent leail.com
bined values making "j.'iu a ton.
Silver values are mil generally
prevalent in the nre.
The 3rd roaster to be Installed
al the smeller was completed
several days ago, The combined capacity of the roasters
is now about 120 tons daily and
Ihey are handling an average of
100 tons. After the debt on the
bonds hus been paid, plans will
be laid lor enlarging the
smelter plant, installing of
three additional roasters
und other apparatus. One
hundred thousand dollars could
be ousily spent ut the smelter and
place the mine nn ll dividend
paying basis.
"The annual meeting to be
lield in Spokane nn September
lh will he simply lor tlie transaction of general business. At
lhe present lime lho mine is
'•uniiing iu lhe bestof shape; tlie
wnrk coulil not he improved ill
uny wuy uud not increased
because of llie .small capacity of
lhe smeller. The Sweeny inleresls hnve been forced to hand
over Iheir share of Ihe stock,
which wus secured by the
installation of ihe $150,000
smeller und inking u lien oil
enough ore to insure payment for
the smeller. I (Dicers of the compuny ui this time, und who will
be presenl ai the next meeting,
are: President, George Turner;
vice president, .1. M. Armstrong;
secretary. I), A. Clement;
treasurer,  Moso   Oppenhelmer;
directors. VV. II. Shields. James
Findlay (also mine manager,) ti.
D Sunders and Mr Hull, un
eastern capitalist."
The Local Papers.
The locnl paper is u unique
publication. It is published
solely for the people of its town
und the surrounding district.
Everything in it interests those
people. All rend it and read it
all    Ihe local weekly.     It is   tlie
only source of information regarding the happenings of town
uml ilisirict The messenger
between ih.- dealers and consumers,   li promptly delivers Its
 ssago every week.    The com-
municutiiin is direct and
immediate.     Dn   business   tlie
Members of ihe Interior Press
Association were holding a convention iu the Opera House Friday afternoon, We oxtend a
cordial greoting lo tho   visiting
editors I iheir Indies,   und  in Ientire year   by advertising all
the ne of the Citizens of Cran- tho v,,;"'' ""' general public for
brook n hearty welcome ;"|,,: l(IMT "ll!l continuous adver-
The following is u lisi  ni   -
visitors:
F. .1. Deane nf Nelson
Mr     I   Mrs    D.  II.  Ellon nl
Cardston, Aim
I.  A   Kerr uml W, li   Lnwroy, j(
Itiser.    Moral   advertise   in  llu
Prospoetor,
nf Lediic. All
ll   V   Mull nl Feruie
ti. ti. Fursleriil* Medicine lint
II   Burneii ni Calgary, Aim.
Mr. nud Mrs. VV, Ltley -.1   Modi
Using; good advertising attracts
gnnd money, its magnetic power
is Irreslstublo, "touch the
pocket book ami yuu touch the
heart," goes the saying, The
locnl papordoes both to the satis,
faction oC tho consistent  adver
'Hal.
Capl. ti   II. Tin
Alia.
< ainrose,
Its All Iloro.
The mineral resources, and the
vast induslry thul have built th,,
cily uf Cranbrook lire here yet,
Mr.  nml Mrs.  .1    Frouin and I nnd uro steadily Incrouslngall the
Miss lugersuii ui Innisiuii. Aim. ii,,,,,.    The prosperity   of  the
Mr,F, II. Si-huiiley nl l.ni'unilie ll'iiy rests un u  firm   basis,   and
Al|u. ' will, the building of the Kootenay
Vi. ti.   Hunter nml   I). C. Mc-  Conlrnl   railway,    lhe    general
gifts, and the i unities will he  March wiih Sir Wilfrid   l.uiiricr Millun of Calgary, wealth, population aud business
ut work onrly In the afternoon,     as header.    As in  ihe  last   Do-1    Prod. Smylho of Moyio, of llio cily will be increased. THK PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK B. C   SEPT   ll  1907.
I B. H, SHORT & CO. 1
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Remember we curry the only stuck of 11107
papers in Craubrook.
Sign Painting a Specialty
All  kinds nt Painting and Decorating
attended to promptly.
ARMSTRONG AVENUE PHONE 111
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: FORT STEELE
WHAT hus heen ihe relation between theC, P, R.,
und llritish Columbia! Have
thev always acted tu harmony
with the mining Interests ol the
Kootenays.? Is theC.P.R., cinch
in ihis district being pulled
tighter! l'n ihey wain to make
the country tributary to the Crow
line au exclusive business pre.
serve tu themselves and iiii other
hue.'   And   why   do   Iluv   invite
competition by the slowness ,.i
iheir freight traffic!
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There is neither sense nor
reason for llio C P.R, talcing one
to two mouths for the transmis
sion ol freight frum tho Atlantic
coast lo points ou ihe Crow lino.
He will speak in the Opera Ho
un ihe evoning of Ootobor Isi
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I...SAW   YOUR   WOOD...*
I here   ure  snine   people   Who   ft At
never Indulge in anything hut a  ft WITH   A
SES iCt:;;* ,■;::::;,,;,;:;      fairbanks-morse
Prossgaugwhl  Crnnbrooli    J                   GASOLINE    ENGINE 3
•  • •                       ft        lis the most porfeet running engine you can got, Tho*
Tilings look brlghlur  for lhe ft latest equipment Jor sawing wood. £
building of tho K.C.R   during^                    TUE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST 9
Eiffi:r^lH'ii; l pflTMORE BROS ' '
he a good thing for tho (   P K .
us well as for Southeast   Kooto
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JjREWING     CO,,    LID,       |;M;iK,sd,,ne:,,,Kas,alu,'s
FERNIE, B.C.
♦   MANUFACTURERS and BREWERS of EXTRA FINE
♦       BEER   ?>  PORTER
ft j Kootenay. nnd' but little ol » lint
X the Kootenays have dune, and
X w hal they are doiug for the C P
♦  i;  at the present time.
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Plumbing, Roofing, Beat ^
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Prof esslona I.
Harvey, HoCarter ft Maedonald
IIMIIIISTI'IIS AND SOLICITORS
CRANBKOOL,     -    IU'.
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Yd. P. GURD      ,
Barrister
Solicitor, Elc.
Cranlirook *   * British Columbia
C. H. DUNBAR
IIAKIllXTI'll, SOLICITOR
uml NOTARY  I'lilll.lC.
An Ottiuvu evoning pupor
suys "We have il Oil llio very
hlghost authority Ihul Sir Wil
frid  Laurier has uuule up  hi
mind lo  appeal   to   the   CO lllll •
iu  March  uexl    This inn.}    be
takon practically otlteiul,  ns ii tt.
comes  froiu  the   mosl    re   ible
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make the following  i             mud i.(n  nn  wn    Noi mil,- uiv tht-mi       lunrn lion Huh. iiiiinr.i «iii mf/
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ft Bottled beer for family
X use a specialty
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trip   iriuii    Craubrooli   $2 ■ US
Tickets oti mii     * llh .". i   '.\li
iu return Oct   '-nl    Por llu  Pro
\ incial Exhibition  Weslinliistor    ■} ■
Oct,   l *   ; i ■'.  round   Irhi  rule    IR
rou Cranbre fc'l.lS    lickets   X
on s,,!e Sept. 27th  lo Oct.   'inl. \(M ,    , , .     T • ,   ,
good to return Oct  mih     Therein N   l olliplctc   Lino   ol   I
are in.','elieap ral.'s lu Ihecuasl, i(,()N      Best thai llnTe is.
round  trip  ticket  at   less   ihan    T
single faro    Call on local ugoiil  K\
Fot particulars, /fl...
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C. E. REID &  CO.,
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Outside   Orders
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
It looks as  - one ol the   livel
est political fights iu the historj    xou™ is hereby r   ■■
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L. CLAPP
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Baker Street,
Lighted   By   Electricity
Healed By Hot Air
Cranbrook. B.C
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Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS   POR TOURISTS AND OLD TIMERS
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Just received a Carload
of Wagons and Carriages.
A line line of Trucks
for special lumber work
PRICES   RIGHT
Flour and Feed of all Kinds Always on Hand
PHONE   183
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X     Mai  a copy ol The Prospector
♦  '.'  yo ir   '.fiends and   let   them
know all abo .* the in aeral, lumbering aud agricultural resources
ol the Cranbrook district.
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If we know  uur   busiuess
there is going to be "a hot lime"
when   the  editorial    gang   hit
Cranbrook on tlie 13th.
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A newspaper is a bird's-eye
view of all the magnanimity and
meanness, the joys nnd sorrow,
birth and deaths, the pride and
poverty nf the world.
...
Vuu can belt  an open enemy
wid a club, but whad isyo' gwine
to do wid n fool friend.
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Peace on earth   or else  get
oft it.
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Don't mind because you broke
your promise, and did not pay
your subscription lust year: we
are ready to receive it today, or
any duy lhat you are in town.
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Keep your eyes on the dute,
October 1st.    Mr. R, L. Borden,
the Conservative louder in the
Dominion  House  will  speak in
the Opera House at Cranlirook,
on that date.
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The date of Mr. Borden's meeting in this city is u fortunate
one. in that it will afford many,
who live in adjacent town, an
opportunity to hear Mr, Borden.
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b   ind '.' itro.eum on the follow
tig   k'sci ''vi true, ol Lund sl tuu toil hi tlie dlstrlot ol K;ini Kooteuay, Klk Kiver Valley, tie-
. ■  -s post placed ni the north west cornet ot Lol -i"" thenee rminiii-j nortii HO chuins,
thence running west 80 ehnlns, theuce south so
i'liuins   thence running east M ehains to tho
pluee of commencement, containing ffto ueres
mor.' 'ir less
i. cated thisSSod day ol August, IDOT by
!■' k Ki'Miisum
36 .1. w. Gardner, Agent
NOTICK.
Sotice la horoby giveu Unit thirty days after
<1mU' l Intend to apply to tho Ohiof Commissioner or Lands uml Works for u liconce to
proapect for coal and petroleum on thu following
deacrfhod trad of luml Bitusted In ilip district
of Kust Kootenay, Klk Kiver Valley, beginning
in. a poat planted ut iho N. W. eornor of Lot No
B4T0, theuce running aouth 80 chains, thonoe run
ing west so I'liains, thenco running north 80
chains, thence running oast 80 uhalns to place
nf commencement containing (WO acres more or
less.
Located this SJflnd day of August by
O. A. Robertson
:i.:>  J. W. Oardner. Agent.	
GO TO THK
wu Kootenay
DYE HOUSE
Fur all kinds of
DYEING and CLEANING
Nothiii<; tint, or coarse, largo
or small that wo rannot handle,
We Also Do Dry Dyeing
Office .7. Leask, Tailor
GIVE CS A TRIAL.
Granbrook
t% Livery
GEARY * DOYLE, PROPiS
Teams and drivers furnished for any point in the district.
A. DOYLE, Manager
^ ABATTOIR AND COLD STORAGE        CALGARY, ALTA 3 	
AND DISTRICT.
Kootenay.
i,in mis Slnplos, uf Wycliffe.
ii lumberman. Intonils to apply
nbor hucnoo over tho followinn
£     FOR YOUR SUNDAY DINNER     3
|       A nice Roast of Veal       |
£       or   a   Leg   of   Lamb      I
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Eli'RKStl   KUliS    i.O\'KI.'NMKNT ('KI'.AMKI.'V  UITTKI.'^
U|ioal plnnlod-10.
- No iliniii, ilim
ilim thur hi
(Jordwood for Salo.
IP. BURNS <fe CO., Ltd.l
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£ Hoatl Onl,',', Miiin Ollli'i. for Eiwt Knotnnny. Z3
2Z        Oalgary, Albortii Crunbrook, B. O —.
§iiiajiuiuiauiiuiuituiuiiiuwiiiuuiiuuiu»uiiuiuiuiuiu^
t3 ! iim prepared to supply, good
ivy stove wood, in any longtlior
liiantity. Loavc ordors with
'•. 'I'. Rocrorfi, tho grocor, Beale
U. S. Bare
CRANBROOK l.AND DISTRICT.
District of Kootonay,
Tuko notice Unit 11. Stewart, ofC'run-
bvook ououputlon uontractoi'- Intomln to
apply fnr n spi'i'iui 11in 1 ioi* lifi'iin- nver
the followinjr (loBoi*il)ctl lands:
Commonolng nt a post. pltinLotl al n,c
N. W. oornor nf llloi-k 2310, tlionco
nurlli .'lit rluiins. thonco wpst 40 ohtlfno,
thonco north 00ohulns, thonoo oiml M
chains, thonco south ftft chains antl
ilienri' west 11 i'liuins tu plaoo of com*
moncomonti
Riuhurd Slowurt.
Datod August 2:\, 1007, 35
MINKIIAI. ACT.
(IWRM  K.)
OKIITII'IOATR nl' IHPHOVKIilKNTS,
NOTICE.
l-ml.v   Cii-ace,    Mold    Cure,    \ iUin-„-.
Nnrtliorn Mght, HotilThlng. Call
llaclc, Ituiu'lnt* (Cintf- Suro
Tiling, i 'anhy I'Vaotlon,
MInorul'.'luiiiis.
Sii.iiuli'ln lln- Km I Hlouln MitllllK Dlvlslmi ill
lln sl, Kootonuy DlRlrlci.
Wlmro lonilluil Un l hr illvlili'Im'Iwith Pim
nml Mill KaitrhiifCroiikK.
Tiiiii' Noth-r- Mmi l.,iiunoH A. Harvoy I'1. M
I', lllllil un Ar.'iil Im* .lului HWQIiann.
l-'roo Mlnor'H Cortilioiilo Nn. II7III1
I ii loiiil, KixLy 'lays from Llio ilalu lioroni
in npply in the mininr it -tier for CorLlll.
The Druggists. w
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OI'I'ICE    KEID    HUU.DINU
Cmnbi'ook, ll.C.
THOMAS   McVITTIE
P.U.S. Ash CE.
Port Staelo H.C.
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DR, E, W, CONNOLLY
PliusiGiiin and Surgeon
OI-'I'll'K AllMSTIllINi;   AVK.
IIOUIISI    II to II ll.lll.   S til 4 |l.lll.
7 tn S p.ni.
I'linin' ODliio 105    RoBldon-io lim
The Quality Store
FANCY   AND STAPLE GROCERIES
Two tilings Hint 1'iin't bo boat
GOLD SEAL TEA
AMI
Huntley ant) Palmers Biscuits
CAMPBELL & MANNING
Leave your order for Preserving Fruits at Campbell   il
St Manning they will protect you. 'tis
»m^"l"l1ii4i   *~t
Dominion Meat Co., Ltd.
Phone 57, Head Offloo Calgary.
WHOLESALE  AND   RETAIL   DEALERS   IN
All Kinds of Meats
Flour and Feed. ■  •
Our meal  Is always  fresh,  as all our beef is killed in
Cranbrook.
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{Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection I
Noai'osl tu railroad dopol,    Fins accomniO'
daliiins   inr   tin.   public   ittiocjimllod   in
Oriinbroolf.
CRANBROOK  AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
Mool I'vcr.v l'*i'iilu,v ul 8 p.in.
Vlsltlni;   lli'ollii'i'.a  Cordliillj'   tnviiiiil
(has. Smith. W. Pt'oslilunt
M. II. Ull,LINOS, Senv.
Aui'lo I'lij'Hlcliiii, I'. I), llo.v 28.
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^e Sojourning ('oiiipiiiiiiiiis 111-0 *\t
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ANCIENT ORDER, FORESTERS
Court Granbrook 8943
MEETS   3X11   AND  4TB   Tlll'tlsllAVS
IN WATTS' HALL
Halting   brethorn   cordially   Invited
U. !!..    \V, P. MACIIONAl.il
Secretary, W. HENDE11SON
«n*TiTn-Tn!i*'nii-!mT*Tm!-T"-''-TinTiT"T*
I Tonsorial Parlor
E      For n Cool and Clean Shave
| Or a Perfect Hair Cut
I A Hot or Cold Bath
|G0TO Walter B.Laing,,ffiT*-of
t    Bakor Street, Craubrook, ll.C.
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W. R. BEATTV
Uinleruikcr,
Kiiilmlmor,
I'linural lilr.'t-i,,,'
CIIANIIHOOK'. ll.C.
HOGGARTH & ROLLINS
Pilot *"*d Cold Baths Proprietors S
nf.
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loollon :i". miiHl )>'' coin mon cod beforo tlio Ibi
nii'fiif Midi I'i'itiiii'iiii". nr Improvoinoiitri.
Iluli'il Ilns'.'ml ilny nl ('rl,ilin*, A-l».. I1H«.
W .1. A. UlU'VO,
Geo. R. Leask & Co
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
I'lluNK III I'.'l. HON Hill
I'Inns, Specifications
and Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
si,'mn  llollora mul Purniuiu Work a
Spoolal ty.
Oosl nnd Slooll Esllmalos
Punilsliod Upon Application.
P.O. Box 834.   Granbrook, B.G.
D. J, JOHNSON
Carpenter % Builder
Good Work at
Reasonable Price
All   kinds   of    building    material
constantly on hand.
Office and Workshop  Lewis St
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WHICH   IS   TO   SHOW   AT   CRANBROOK   UNDER   THE   AUSPICES   OF
THE   VOLUNTEER   FIRE   DEPARTMENT
>s^s
Giving Two Performances
At 2 and 7 p.m.
200 PEOPLE  200
10  BIO SHOWS  10<
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0   Funny Clowns   G
3    BIG   BANDS    2
JI^EEigjHiargEJarBEiHJHiaiajBEE^ Labor
Day   Oomnittee
Pinal Report.
Makts
i '.intiiiuKd from l-.^e 1.
I ii'n. Manahan* Cranhrook
Union race under .15 yrs,
Isi 15.00
K.    M.    Reich    Creston
I'nloii rnco iiiiilfr 35 yrs.
Slid .-..no
W, ft. Flowers, Cranbrook
Union race over 115 yrs 1st lj.uO
ft. Mi'Ken nu,  Crunbrook
I 'liiiin race over iiu yrs. -.'nd 5.00
Lionel Leask, Cranbrook
Hoys race under lliyrs. 1st 5.1*0
Prank LeithuiiRos, Marys-
villi' Hoys race under III yrs
-ml 8.00
Kilgar    Hundley,   Cran-
brook Hoys nice under 10 yrs.
1st a. 00
(1.    Powler,   Cranbrook
Hoys race under 10 yrs.
2nd 3.00
Bella Taylor,  Cranbrook
(Drill race under Klyrs. 1st 5.00
Sadie  (iillis.   Cranbrook
llirls nice under 111 yrs.
2nd 2,00
Carrie Moore, Cranbrook
llirls race under 10yrs.
1st 3.00
Vuila Boyter, Craubrook.
(inls nice under 10 yrs.
2nd 1.00
U. M.  Wendell, Wycliffe
Running bop step and jump
1st 10.00
I Ieo. Manahan, Cranbrook
Kuunitig hop step and jump
2nd 400
ft, McEwen and E. Harrison, Cranbrook Loading logs
1st 100.00
,1. McDonald and .1. Dob-
son, Cranbrook Loading logs
!iul
50.00
30.00
10.00
35.00
15.00
85.00
V Larson, Yahk chopping 1st
OhttS, Weat lierbee Creston
Chopping Snd
A. A. Johnson, Jaffray
Tin Contest 1st
.1. A. Johnson, Jaffray
Tie Contest "nd
0. P, St A. Larson Yahk
Sawing 1st
M.   Luiidipiesl  und Ceo.
Erickson, Creston Sawing
2nd 15.00
K. Taylor and  E.  Hunt,
Moyie Drilling Contest
1st 100.00
P, Head anil Thos. Mayne,
Movie Drilling Contest
2nd   ' 50.00
Crunbrook Base Ball team 150,00
,1. W. Nilnn,  Pernie for
Fertile Hose Team .1
Money 75.00
T. M. Roberts, Cranbrook
for Cianbrook Hose Team
' money 75.00
W. Henderson. Cranbrook
Cranbrook Pool Ball
Bull Team 25.00
D. Walker, work oii'Gfounds.1.50
W. Wright     "
JohnMnggnn" "        "
W. E. Worden" "     2.00
P. .T. Perry    " "    17.00
Cranhrook Sash St  Door
Co., Lumber no. 31.75
McCallum & Co. nails 75
.1. D. McBride      " 1.75
T. J. Doris, work on gds. - 1H.50
Thos. Boyter " " 1.50
La Pontiinie  " " 2,00
1). Moore        " "       10.00
1. Moore " " 7.50
ft. Stewart " " 40.00
Vi. McDonald,  Expenses'
to Moyie 5.00
Postage Stamps and large
Envelopes 750
Exchange on  Pernie—P.
N, B. Co.'s check If,
Moyie Leader, advertising 7.50
Pernie Free Pross 5,00
Pernie Ledger 10.00
The  Herald    Pub.    Co.
Printing 21.50
The Prospector 24.25
Beattie     A*       Alcliiiison
Rubber Tube 75
Di'zall Hros.   Blacksmith      8.50
A. Clronier, Posting Bills     1.50
B. II. Short, Bund IIMI 00
R,   S.  McNeil—as   Gate
Keeper 5.00
C. E. Keid St Co.—Football and whistle 3.85
Keid St Co.-Ribbons 18.40
Thos Boyter, gatekeeper,    5.00
J. Boyer, selling tickets;      5.00
A. Ward, grand stand 5.00
P. McEwon, timber 20.00
A. Black, referee foolball     2,00
Win. Small, Mugs 50
Incidental expenses 251.40
Total disbursements -   ll. 1144.115
SUMMARY
Subscriptions HU-.Oiltl.oo
Proceeds of the Duy       777.00
Total    . tli. 87!). «o
Disbursements,
Prizes #11245)00
Grounds, ote  I4H.25
llicldontal  expenses. ,251.40
Tolal #1.1.0-14:115
Balance on  hand #2211.15 THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B C, SEPT, II, 1907
i
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District uf Kootonuy.
Trtkl uoilve thnt 1. John Swisher, of Spokane
ocoupttion carpenter, Intends t« uppls tor w
3pvi'ini Umbei lleenee over ihe tol.ow.ujj de-
BerlbedUndi;
t'ouinii'tH-iiii! ;il :i |ti'-il pliinti'il ill   tlio  limlli-
west corner of \v. It. smith's timber limit,
thenoe north 80 ohalns, tbeni ast hii ehains,
thenoe south hii ohalnB, thonoe wosl ffl elmlns lo
I'l'int uf commenoement, and uoutnlnlng MO
acron more ur loss.
John Swisher
C. Cnlounu, Aitont
Dated July lOtli, LOOT. 30
CKANUUOOK LAND DISTRICT
District uf Kootonay.
Take notlco that I, Mrs. Juhu Swisher, of
Kimkami. I u to mis to apply tor s spoolal llmbor
lloenoe over the follow Inn desorlbed lands:
Ci.iiiiurnri.i-.- ul u |iohI  plsilled oll  thr oilst
boundary ot .Hook ■IMI ootmneticliuj from thr
No. 8 iniin nost. thrum oust IflO clialns, thonee
nouth 4ii chains, thoneo west IflO ulmlns, ihenee
north xo uhalns id poinl ot oommoneument, and
containing 040 aoros moro or loss
Mrs. John Swisher
O. Unlet , Agont
Datod July loth, tlto;. 80
NOTICK.
Notloo is Itoreby glvon thai thirty
days uftor date I intond tu apply to (lie
Ohiof OoiutnlsBtonor at Lumls uml
Works for u license to prospect foreotil
uml potrolonm on tho following ilos-
urlbod luml situuti'iu Blook 4803 Kust
Kootonuy ilisirict British < 'olumbtu.;
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
Dlstrlot of Kootonay
Take doHoo that \\*. it. Smith, ot Uolona,
oooupailon doctor, Intondi toapply for a speeiui
tlmbor lieeuee ovor tho following desorlbed
luuds:
Commenciug at a i>u*i plantod on tbo cast
bouudary ol Uloek iwn eomraenclng at the 8
milo post, thenco oast 100 ohalns. thonee north
-10 ohulns, thonco wost Ifioelmlns, tbenee soutli to
ohnlns tu point oi commencement, uml eon-
tn 1 ulng 010 ue rot, more or lem*.
W. It. Smith
c. Unleuno, Agent
Dutcil July loth, I00T, -'■'
CKANUUOOK LAND DISTUICT
District of Kooteuuy.
Tuke  notlco that   Maleoin   MoIuuob,   ur
Mldnapore.   Alia.,  ocoupotlou   Mill  Ownor,
luieiuls to apply lor a special tltuhor liconoo
ovor tho following dosorlbod lands:
No. it. Commonolng at a posl plan toil one- Iml I
mile north of iho northwest eornor of my tlmbor
Licence No. lOMtf, ihonco north 40 chains,
thonco rust Kin chains, thonco suuth in elmlns.
thoiieo wost IflO chains tu point ul commence-
uli*
IllllglMOuU
Miilc.tn   Mriunr
Daio mtb July I0OT.
CIIANIIHOOK LAND DISTRICT
Dlstrlot nf Kootonuy,
Take   n&tlco   Unit    Mnleom    Mrl B,   nf
MUlnnporo. Alta.,occupation .Mill Owner, In-
louds lo hi>i>i.v for a speolal tlmbor lieence
the following dosorlbod lands:
No.fi Commencing at a post pin u ted al thoN.W.
Cornor or my Tlmbor Iteonec Nu. nw-;, thenco
north 40chains, thonee oust W0 chains, llionco
Commonelng ul u post planted nour IbouUi -to ohalns, thenco wost iho ehulns to noini
nmcueoinoui, nmi coutalulng OIO uorus
the Snntli Fork al Akuminu Crouk
about four tittles north at tin- Interna'
tlonal Boundary uml ubout six ami
otto-halt miles wesl at tho oustorn
boundary nf llritish Columbia, nmi
marked Jamos tt. Low's N, W. ooruor
post, thonoo oast 80 ohalns, thoneo
south 80 ohalns, thonee wesi so ohains,
thonee north 80 ehaius to placu of coin*
nioneenieut, L'outuluiny; 1140 aoros un
or loss.
Looated .Inly L'2, 1002,
James It, Low,
Locator,
O, N, MoGrotfor
or lei
Duted IMh..Inly toor
Male.
I M. Mil
:i5
Agont,
KOTIOE.
Notloe is horoby given that thirty
days after date I Intond tn apply to tlto
Chlof Commissioner of Lumls uml
Works for it lleoneo to prospoot foreotil
and petroloum on tho following desorlbed land situate In Blook 4503 Kust
Kootonay dlstrlot 1'ritish Columbia:
Commonelng at a post, pluntod near
the South Pork or Akamina Crook
about five miles nortii of International
Houndary and about six and ouo half
mllos west of the eastern boundary of
llritish Columbia, and marked William
Finney's N. \V, eornor post, thonco
east 80 chains, thoneo south su chains,
tlience wost (to chains, tlieneo nortli SO
ehuins to plioVnf commencoinent, containing 640 ueres more or less.
Looated July 22, 1007,
William Kinney,
Locator,
G, N. McGregor,
35 Agent.
MINERAL ACT,
FOttM I-'.
CBttTIPICATE OP  IMPROVEMflNTS.
NOTICE.
BILL    NYE.    LE     PAGE,    AND    NASHY
MINERAL CLAIMS.
Situate in tho Fort Steele Mining Division
of Eust Kootonay District.
Where located:—at the head of Trull orook.
TAKE NOTICK thai James A, Harvey Free
Miners eertltleoto No. H v.m us ugent ror
Arthur B. Fenwick Free Minor's Certificate No,
H IDtH Churles ,|. Reynolds Free Miner's Cortl-
licnteNo.B10.8Hnd Robert T. Hleliurdson Free
Minor's Certtfleato No. It IOOD, Intends, sixty
days from dato hereof, to apply to tho Mining
Recorder for certificates of Improvements, lor
the purpose of obtaining Crown tl rants of eueli
of above claims,
And further tuke notice tlmt notion, under
Section :ir. must bo commenced before tho Issuance of suoh Certificates ol Improvements,
Unted ihis Iflth tluy of July, A.D. Itwr.
S& J. A, Harvoy.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
Tuke notlco thut John Bold of Crunbrook,
H.O., occupation rancher, Intends to apply ror
permission to purchase the following describod
lumls:
Commencing nt u post planted nt the south
east corner of Lot 811, Cl, i. K.D.. thenee west
eighty ohalns, thonco south forty chuins, thonee
cast sixty elmlns, tlionco nnrth twenty rhaiiis.
thouce oust twenty dining, tlionco north twenty
i-liuins io point of pommoncoinotit, uml contain-
iiig880nuros. moro or less.
Juhu Reid
Dated Julyimh, IU07. i£
CUANIllinoK LAND DISTRICT.
Dlatrloiof Kootonay.
'I'uke not let; t hul .fumes A. Iliirvey,
of Crunbrook, [2*0. occupation Solicitor
inteuils to upply for u speeiui llmbor
llconcu over the following ileserila-il
1 iml h: -
Commencing ut u post pluntetl on the
east boundary ofC, I*. K. I Murk -18112 al
a post markod "L4602' being tho *-'ii
milo post, thenee north ho ehuins,
thonee oast 80 chains, tlieneo south so
eliuiiis, thetiee west. H0 eliuiiis   to   point
of commencement, und containing oio
uores, more or less.
Jumes A. llurvey.
Dated June 31th, 1007. 28
Accident Policies
#5,00 Por Year gives #6.00 por weok
and #50.00 Funeral Item-lit.
LTD. RIOKNBSS  POLICY
#2 par year covers HO diseases for #5
per week.
SICK INDEMNITY
#7.00 por your covers  ym
aickiictts of nuy kind.
ugaitiBl
CllANHKOOK LAM) DISTUICT
District of Kootonay
Tuke   nollce  that    Mnleom    Melt s,   of
Mldnnporo, Alta., oeoupatlon Mill Owner. Intend-- to apply for n special limber lloonco ovor
the following tloserlbed lunds:-
No.20 Commonelng nt a post planlod 20 nliiiiiis
weat of tho crossing ot tho North Fork of Mlcliol
Creok byonnof the North lionndnrles of Hloek
1588, Ihenee west UlO chuins. llionco north w
ohains. lliotirr oast IflOcllilltls, tlioiioc youth Alt
chuins to point or commencement aud contain.
Ing U-10acres, moro or- less.
Miilrom Molnnoss.
Dated I Btli July, 1907. HI
CRANHROOK LAM) DfSTRTCT
Dislriel nf Kootenay,
Tuke nolico lhat Mnleom Mclnnes, of
Mldnnporo. Alta, occupiitlon .Mil) Ownor, intonils to upply for a special timber licenco over
tho following described lumls:
No. ill Commencing nt a post planted nt N.I-3.
corner or application No. 20 Malcom Mclnnes,
thenco wosl 1(10 chains, thonco north-10 ehains.
thonco oust IM elmlns, thenco south 10 chains to
point or commencement, tind containing fi-to
acres, more or loss,
Mulcom Mutinies.
Datod null, .Inly 1007, m
The
Smith Premier
Typewriter
has widened its market un
til it includes the whole civil
ized world; has become the
typewriter of over 300,000
operators and has, during
igo6, broken every previous
record of sales, because it
has from the beginning best
met every typewriter need.
THE tri-color feature of
the Smith Premier
Typewriter is recognized as the greatest improvement in modern typewriter construction—yet in
providing it, none of the
strong fundamental features, for which the Smith
Premier has always been
noted, have been sacrificed.
Complete literature on request.
THE  SMITH   PREMIER
TYPEWRITER  COMPANY
SYRACUSE, N. Y.
BRANCHES      BV?. RV WHERE
SPOKANE, WASH.
8 Soutli Lincoln Street
Salvation flniw Barracks
PATMOUB MM.I.
Sunday Services:
Aftei-i 1    -   -   3 o'elouk
I'.VfiiiriL'     -    -    S o'clock
Sunday School ui 1.48 p.m.
Meetings li.l.l every nl]
week except Moodily at 8 p.
Kbot
J|> Steel!
Steel Rang
fyhe U£00pector
SATURDAY, SKFT. 14. HKiT.
JOHN    McCLARY     A     GREAT
CAPTAIN OK INDUSTRY
CRANHROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
Notlco Is hereby glvon that I OeorgB Boll »r
Knrs. Out., (armor, Intend toapply to the Chief
Commissioner ol Lands ami Worka for perml
alon lo obtain a special Timher Lioonso ovi
lho  following ili'srrlbi'il  land   In   Southeast
Kootenay:
Commonolng at a post planted at the southwest corner of Lot smi. Uroup Ont'. Tlionco
north eighty (80.00) ehains, thonco wost eighty
(80.00) chains, thonoe south eighty (80.00) chains
thonoo east eighty (80,00) chains to tho place of
beginning,
tleorge Hell
Port!. EI. McVittie Agent
liali'-l this -filth day of July. I9U7.         Hi
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
Tako notloo that 1 William Staples otWy-
cllffoB. C. occupation lumberman. Intend to
apply tor permission to purchase the following
described land:— Commencing nt a post plunteil in chains west of the wost boundary of Lot
l'imi'i. thonco north m chains, thonoo oust ifi
riiuins more or less to the western boundary of
Lot HOW thonco south B0 chains moro or loss v
tlii' buiili or thi.' St. Marys river, thonee follow
iiitf the St. Marys rlvor in a westerly direction
to the plaee of beginning and containing mo
acres moro or less.
William Staples.
Dated July i-.rd.l9Q7.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
SECOND CLASS
Reduced Rates From
Eastern Points
On   Sale   Daily
Sept. 1st to Oa. 31st
Montreal #40.10 Ottawa #14.85
Detroit, Windsor, London,
Guolpli, Toronto Parlidalo
#80.45
C'oiTQtipomliiig Low Uutcs fi*oui
liitoriuotlliilo points.
Soo-Spokane Service
'I'lu' Finest on tliu C'ontlnoiil uml
Hip FiisIohI botwoun Spokmio mill
tin' Twin Ollloii.
Tin' I'utiailiuii I'ui'ilii' Oporiilos
Standard Sleeping Oars
and
Tourist Sleeping Cars
On Two Daily Transcontinental
Truliis in liluuli Hit tion
For rates, reservations and
uny information desired
apply to local agent or
15, .1, Coylo, A.li.l'.A.. Viini'iinvi'i'
JOHN MOR, D.I'.A., Nolson
for partimilars of ollior PolloioH su,'
Fred. W. Swain
IHS'I'IIICT  AIII'.NT
LOCAL AGENT WANTED
Cranbrook, DC, Armstrong Av,
JOE MARAPODI
Shoe Shop
Repairing a Specialty
Cranbrook, B.C.
CIIANIIHOOK LAND DISTUICT,
Dlstrlot oi Kootonay.
Tako notloo that Lostor Clapp, of
Cranbrook occupation Elotoikoopor,
Intends to apply for a spocinl tlmbor
licence over llio following described
lands:—
Commencing at a post planted HO
chains east of tho 20 Milo 1'ost on the
Kast Lino of C. P. R. Blook 4592 East-
Kootonay, thonee cast 40 chalns,thence
norlh 100 chains, thence west 40 chains,
I hence south 100 chains to point of commencement, and containing lilt) ueres.
more or less.
Lester Clapp.
Duted Julv llh. 11107. 28
CITY OP CRANBROOK
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS AND
OTHERS,
BY-LAW Xo. ii.
Speeiui attontion is drawn to the
following subsection of lhe above lly-
Ui'v:—
"Xo person shull commence the erection of uny building within the suid
City until u ground or block plan of
sucli proposed building, with the level
of the cellars or busenients thereof with
reference to the level of tbo nearest
adjoining street shall have been deposited in the ollice of tho City fire Engineer for the time being of lhe City of
Oranbrook."
J*.   I'. PlNK
I'liief Plro Engineer
The Kootenay   Central  Railway
Company.
Tho Annual General Meeting of the
Shareholders of the Kootenay Central
Railway Company will ho held at the
Head Olllee Craubrook. II. C. al lOit.iu.
Monday September lilh, 1007, for the
election of directors and for the transaction of oilier genera! business.
Datod at Cranbrook. II. C, this 5th
day ol' August, 11107.
W. A. Maedonald,
.'12 Secretary
(IIIANIIIIiHlK LAND DISTUICT.
Dlatrlol ot knoti'iiuy.
'hike notloo Unit Ilobort H. McCoy, ol llriuul
Parks, s. Dakota occupation   Lumliorinnti,
inii'niis lo apply (or n spoclul tlmbor liconoo
ovor ilie lollowing iiesrribod Inntlsi
Cominonolnu ntu post pliiutod alioui r, mllos
lu ii n*ostorly dlroollon Irom lho soutliwost
cornor of l.m 8410, llionco cii8tsocliiilns.tlioncc
soutli ai) elniins, thonco weal sn ulmlns, tlionoo
iinrlli su I'tiai na to point of commencement, nml
containing am ueres mora or Ions.
Robert II, McCoy,
DftWd July mini, laoi*. Bl
CRANHROOK LAND DISTRICT.
Dlstrlot of Kootonay.
Tako notice that Robert McCoy, ol 'Irani!
Porks, North Dakota occupation Lumberman
intcnils lonpply ror u spoolal tlmbor licence
over tlio following doscriboil llllills:
CommonoltiB at a posl plantod about'., mill's
iu a wostorly direction rr  tho Soutliwost
cornor ol Lot sun, tlie wostsoobalns.llienco
iiinith su i-iuiiiis, thonoe caul so chains, llionco
norlh hii chains io poinl ol enni lice t. and
i-oiitalnliil! sin sores mol
'II II. Mi'l'i
Iluli'il .Inly i'iiii.
CIIANIIHOOK I.ANII DISTRICT.
District of KootciHif,
TAKK uotico tlmt Ooo, Konnotly ol I'mn
brook u ipiiMou liliLi-ksniltli. Intend to apply
lor»spi'i'iul llmbor licence over tho folloivliiit
dosorlbod lands: t.'oinmenclug at a post
pluiili'il ut iiii! Roiiliiwost corner or tlmbor limit
NnSlll'i. tin o west III I'IiiiIiih, llii'iii'i, south III
i'lialns. thenco euat III i'llllllia, iln-iii'i' norili in
chains to point id commencement, and eon.
tnlnlng loo acres, moro or lean.
Coo, Konuody
Dated August, 1st, iwr. ti-t
Formerly Owner of a Small Tin-
shop Now Head of the Largest
Stove and Tinware Concern
Under the British Flag.
To very few men is the
privilege given of witnessing
such n celebration as thai of
which Mr. .lohn McClary, of
London, was tho centre during
Um week thai ended on July IHth.
Por during Hint week a series of
splendid Jubilations marked what
was the sixtieth anniversary of
the McClary Manufacturing Company.
The sixtieth anniversary Is
noteworthy, not only because it
I'olnlos to the largest concern of
Its kind under tho British Hag,
but because il has thrust before
the attention of the people of
Canada a i.uin whose achievements make him one oi the very
greatest captains of industry this
country lias yet produced.
To John McClary the past
sixty years lias meant a change
from the control of a small tin-
shop to the possession of lhe
largest establishment of its kind
in Canada. The Company's
plant in London now covers two
enormous blocks of land, while
there are also important establishments in Montreal, Toronto,
Winnipeg, Vancouver, Hamilton
and St. John. Over 1,800 employees are on the Company's
pay rolls, of whom over seven
hundred ure married men,
supporting homes. More than
$600,000 is paid in wages annually. These are a few figures
which will give the render au
impression of the size of the plant
as it is at present and of its importance to tlie community.
Mr. McClary has always been,
and is still the guiding head of
this tremendous business. Ho
remains even at liis present age
a man of remarkable ability
sparing no money or pains to
attain an end that his judgement
told him could be won. This is
well illustrated in the magnificent
advertising campaigns this Company has entered into in all Hie
Canadian papers, whicli have
made the McClary products
known in all the homes from
ocean to ocean.
Though the McClary Company
is Mr. Mi-Clary's first care, it is
not the only successful coinpuny
that shares in the benefit of his
business acumen and experience.
He is also President of tlio London Life InsuranceCouipany.niul
the Ontario Loan and Debenture
Company, and tt Director of the
London Si Western Trusts Company.
If you purchase a Hootsnay
without the reservoir and
decide later that the
reservoir is a real
necessity, why, just
order it and attach it
yourself. It's easily
done. Merely
^remove the screws
and take off the plate marked
"REMOVE POR RESERVOIR" (see top illustration),
which provides an opening-
for the hot air to come
through and circulate
under the reservoir. Then attach,
by means of
screws, the
reservoir and
the flue box
shown in lower illustration.
A screwdriver
is the only
tool required
MTLARYS
London, Toronto, Montreal. Winnipeg. Vancouver, St. John, Hamilton
Free Kootenay booklet on request.
PATMORE   BROS.,  Sole  Agents
I    CRANBROOK LAM) DISTIlll'T.
District „| Kootenay,
Take notice thai Manly H. L'raisr. ol
Penh. X. II.  upatlon Timber Laud
Engineer, Intends to apply loraapoolal
timber licence ovor the following do-
M-ribeil lands:
1 "iiiiiii'ii.'iiu.' ;n „ |iost planted at -.he
iveal corner ol l..,t No, ,1175,
thence south SU ehaina thenco ,'ust SO
chains thence north 80 cllalns, thence
worn »0 chains to place of beglnnlng.and
containing 840 acres re or I.-as.
Manly II Craig.
Dated Aug. 17th I'm;. go,
CRANBROOK  I.ANII DISTRICT.
Districl ol Kootenay,
Take notice thai Manly H. Craig, uf
Perth, N. II, occupation Tlmbor Land
lOnglnoer, Intends to apply foraspeoial
timber licence over the following described lands:-
Commencing ai a poal planted at the
Smiih West Corner ol   Lot   No. BII23,
the ivest80 chains, thonee ninth au
chains, thence easl 80 chains, thonoe
.-nuiii SO chains to pla, f commencement ami containing WO acres more ui
li;
Manly II. Craig.
i mor, so
'rop.
CRANBUOOK LAND DISTRICT.
Districl of Kootenay.
Tako notlco that Manly II. Craig, of
Perth, N. ll. occupation Timber Land
I'nglueor, intuuda lo apply fora special
timlier liconce over lho following ile-
acrlbod liitnls:
Commonulng at a poat plantod at tho
N, E. Cornor of Lot 8282, llu  wosl
about lu i'liiiiiis in the nui'tli west oornor
Lot 8282, thoi north almiil 20 chains
to tho north line of Lioonco Lot No.
Him*, thonoo ivest about IB i'lialns to the
Must Ilni'uf l.ui 11178, thonoo north Su
i'liuins, thonco 1'iisi IU i'liuins, ilii'iii'r
suuth uu I'liaina, thenci! oast about ir,
i'liuins, thoncesouth -IIIeliains to placu of
boglnnlng, containing uiu acres more
ur less.
Manly II. Craig,
Datod Aug. 2iil.li, IDII7. .'Hi
CIIANIIHOOK LAND DISTRICT.
District ul Kootonay.
Tuku nulii'i' that Manly II. I'.'niig, uf
Perth, N. 11. occupation Ttmhur Land
ICilgineor, Intends in apply I'm- n .*| inl
llmlii'i' licii  ovei' llu-  following  du-
si-1-iii.-ii lands:
Ci -in:; in ii   pusi   planlod  nu
chains ivobI nf tho smith wosl -n.-i- nl
Liconoo Lo| No, 8U0a, Ihonuo soulh  lu
ehains.   tl !0   wosl     to    ll isi
boundary of the C. P. H. '161)1 al i UlO
lialns, ihe north 40 eliains,  Ihuncu
easl lilt) eluiius In pi I   I'lllllllH'	
iiient ami cnntulnlng 040 acres mora or
leas.
I CENTRAL    HOTEL I
9
9
9
9
9
9
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*
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i
*   GOOD    SAMPLE     ROOMS   9
9 9
9 jTO'vG ft ft IrafTWTO ft ft ft ft.ft ft, ft.** ****** **
Marysville, B.C.       COLE & HANDLEY,
Tho L ling llnli'l of tho St,
Mnry's Valloy.  Nicoairyr s
nowly   furnished.      Tublo   us
good ns any in Kootonuy.
FOUND
ON li.AKI'l* ST., ONE IHiol! WKST OF
HILL   It    I'll.      The  .inly   pi  in town
.   ihal can main- life wnnh tin- living.
Tiie
luDofai Hole
E. H. SMALL, Manager
CR VNIIHOOK  LAND DISTRICT
Districl of Kn.'t.'ii.iy.
Tali.- notice thai Manlj II. Craig, nl
Perth. N. II.  upatlon ti i- Land
Knglneor, Intends lo applj fora special
llmlior licenco hut lhe lollowing deacrlbed lands:
Commencing at a poal plnnted aboul
15 ehains wesl ami 120 ehaina  th of
 south wesl corner ol Lol  Xo, 11174,
oral the aouth Kasl corner of  Lleei	
Lul su:,:,, ihen oulli 80 chains, thonee
wesl 80 ehuins, the - north su chains,
thei nsl SO ehulns to place of c -
meuceiuent. and containing mn acres
mm i- less.
Muni) II. Craig.
Dated Aug. 17th, 1U07. :u;
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District n! Kootenay.
Take notice thai Manly II. Craig, of
Perth, N*. I!. mpation Timber Land
Engln -. Intends tn apply fur a speeial
tlmbor licence over th ■ following de-
scribed lamls:
Commencing nt a poal plained aboul
HO  chains   aouth  of  tho    -ih   wesl
cornor nf Lieence Lol 8001, thoi wosl
uboul 110 ehaina lo the east  boundary
ofC, P. R. 451)1, tho south50ohains,
iin-i -a-i 110chains, tliunee north 5u
chains tu place of boginntngnnd contain,
Ing 040 acres more or less.
Manly II. Craig.
Dated Aug. Hlth, 11107. 3(1
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
Tuku notice that Manly II. Craig, of
Perth, N. B, occuputlon Timber Luml
I'nglnnor, Intends to apply fornspecini
tlmbei licence over the following described lands:
C onclng al  n  posl   plnnted  20
chuins wusl of the south wesi eornor ol
Licence Lot No 81102, thence south 80
ehains, thence ivosl su ehnlns, thonee
north 80 ehnlns, llience oasl 80 ehaina
to place of commencement, and containing 1140 acres i • loss,
Manl) II. Craig.
Dnted Aug. luth, 11)07. :n;
V ^> ^ I RA20I
No Honing-No Grinding
Get a CARBO-MAGNETIC
RAZOR TO-DAY on 30 days
trial from your dealer and
learn all about real shaving
comfort.
EVERY ONE OF
THEM
Unconditionally
CUARANTEED.
\       CHAS. E. REID & CO.
| Cranbrook, B.C.  Tho Druggists
Manly II  Crulg.
Duieil Aug. llllli lim
FOR    SALE
300   ACRES
Partly unimproved and partly in crops
sonic fenced, excellent wheat land.
$5.00 PER ACRE
APPLY   TO
Beale   &.  Elwell THK PROSPECTOR, ORANBROOK   H. C, SEPT, 14, tl
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PINK'S Pure Pood Grocerj  Department
Have you seen Cerebos Salt—It-
tones up the muscles and brain
Why down to Finks for a
pound of Hiawatha Tea; It is so
delicious and invigorating, that
mother says she would not ba
without it even for one meal.
In fact Hiawatha Ten is with
out exception the most delight
fill beverage she ever brewed -
Ask your neighbor about it.
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Our Goods are-
Guaranteed
MONEY BACK
F YOU ARE
NOT SATISFIED,.
PINK'S Crockery and Glassware Dept.
Use McLarens paprika for
Soups and Gravies, its milder
than Cayenne and just as full
flavored.
^Jx^LttailSaiZJa^Iai^^
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*\%Hs Inspector.    Why CoU9h t0 The Coffin
iATORDAY, SEPT. II. IW,
T K Y
1 Have You
Detective Eyesiojit?
Hall    lln-   eve
.usilllds -iill.-i ll
lllil.'-         iiiiiii     nejfluiil.
o sh'uin will i kumviui! tlto
I! .mn wnnl |ii-i-lr.-i i-islun, yuu sluiulil  In
i-Miiiiiiii'il nfli-ii.    A sliffl hi linn ni:i
MiU'Ii-rl l-lsllill In ll llll nf mill- Iif.'.
Win. F. TATE
TllK JEWELER
C.I'.U. Wnii-li InspiM'tni' Crown' Neal  puss Division
+niriiiiniTn"i-TiT-T*m"T-Tn-T-Trmmmn+
I LOCAL NEWS, j Dr-Scott s Prcscr,Ptl0nl
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v. iiyii.' Baiter spenl several       Cold Cure Tables
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Icranbrook, B.C. HARDWARE*
-ft. 4 ;a 9 a 4 a 9 ft ,, ft ■> a : a' a a a a 4 a 4 a 9 ♦; * ft
1 STEWART'S i
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CRANBKOOK  LAND DISTII1CT.
Districl ',! Koi tonal
THK  i.i,Mn*'.  Kill l'l    ■ I'lllll
Ink.  - thu   Mai     ii
I'urt.l   S   i. iiui'iipallon  ;   nlim   \.-.-.-.
Kiiu-iii'"-!-. nil' nn- tn llpplj ' -In
Arriving Today: limim. ,„■	
PLUMS    l'l. U.'IIKN, i.l.'AI'l-..     ".""    *       ,
I  iiiiiiu'i ;il .i poal   1.1,ii,;. ..    lllll ll
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WATIOUMICLON'S,  I'KAKS     i .,. ■,,-..  ,r of Uu Nn   r,i7i.
AI'I'U'.S   TOMATOKK "i  '"■'»"   ■'• * "*     '    -•"■'    ■'
Cnrtim "i I li'i-ni', I nl Nu. WIM, ili.-inv
IIA/.l-;i.'.Vinili HI, CKKAM       , „,„,„,,„.. -i„. ,,.,, m, ,,,.,.,,.,
n, ,      i,- ,-| I    i    , ! 11 j,' 11. -.   nOI'til 80 l'l S, I li'-lli-r   <-!l-l    HI
hi.■'.-..iii   1 im- i lim olnk's
I'lllllllH  I"   I'iiiiii nl  beginning mnl  i'"ti-
H,,,, i i     Cmnillinm ll!nine ll-W lll't'os more or less,
UGH bTEWART u„„i> -i.c-rni*.
Phone 75        flrillStl'onu, Ave. I "•'"" ■*" "■">"'■ i!l";* M
iluys tliis week al Wiisu
Mr. ami Mrs, .1. Watson, of
Clranby, Que,, wire guests al the.
Royal lhis week.
Mrs, Vi ti,. Moreton arrived
home Sunday last from an extended pastern visil.
Mr, [vol, dispensary clerk at
Clias E. Keid & Co., has gone to
thi' coast.
Nick. Powers, a timber
cruiser, lefl on Wednesday for
Rovolstoke.
.lames Pinlay, manager of the
Sullivan Group of Mines was in
thecity Wednesday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. H, E, Connolly,
nf Granby, (v)ue.. were guests at
the residence of Dr. Connolly
this Week.
The mountain lops in the main
range of the Rockies, also the
Selkirk range were covered with
snow iii! Thursday morning,
On Monday and Tuesday of
ihi-. week it rained, and during
lhe balance of tho week it rained
slum' more.
Tin' new Cranbrook Hotel is
rapidly approaching completion.
li is expected thai it will bo
formerly opened aboul Hie
middle of i Ictober.
l-'i-ank I ivi-iin. manager of the
i Iranbrooli Pire Brick A Tei-ra
I 'otta I il. was in llie eiiy Wed-
nesday on company husiness.
i ■ i-; Tlii'is. ;i Perry crook
mining man was in tlie city
Thursday. Mr. Thois report's
Ihal nliiiiii three Inches of snow
fell in lln- vieiiiil v nl' Perry creek
Wed nesday,
The Rev. Roburl Johnston, I),
li ol llm American Presbyterian
ilhurc.li of Montreal will remain
ju Crunbrook Sunday nnd will
jm i-;mii. morning nnd evoning in
Hi.- Prnsbylorian Churcli, Dr,
.Johns,in s congrogatlon is tlio
wi-nliliH-si in Can ad il and .-. 111»-
[loi'ts HI) mission stations In tlio
0 di ',-e.si      Dr.   Johnson
has liiki-ii a li'l|) lliroiigli tlio
conn! ry and is on his way back
from I hu coasl
li 0, Ayors and 11. B. Slowurl
nl Moyie. II. Davis of Port
VVilliain, A, .1. Harris or Spokane
and Mr. and Mrs, II. Vi. Reed ol'
Swansea woro registered al lhn
. Cosmopolitan Wednesday.
They do the work  and  arrest
the most stubborn cold.
Beattie & Atchison
Where It Pays to Deal.
I   CIGARS  I
SMOKE
ARABELLA
UNION MADE
Wholesale and Retail
LS, J, MIGHTON
TheTobacconis!
s«»e*««^**«e»s9'i*sis"»»i"»?
OUANHROOK LAND DISTRICT,
Ilisirict nf Kootenay.
Tuku niiliuc Hint Bobort Utile nf
Port Steolo, occupation* prosrieutoi', intends iu upply tin- u spouial tiinliot'
licenco ovor lho fnllnwinir dosuribed
binds: Coinineneing at n |i08t plantotl
ul, iln-nurlli nisi I'lii'iii'i-of T.  I..  7-!'-
issni'il  to c  W, IVllaon, Hu wiiili
inn ohalns, thonoe oust 40 ulialiis,t)iancc
nui'tli Ilui i'liuins. thenoe wusl lOi-huiiis
Knlii-i'i I,illli-.
I.ui'uii'il Jinn' II, IIKI7, Roglstorod
Juno 20, 1007. Thu limo for the colli'
iiionoomoiit of thu puhliratiun uf thin
notlco la oxteniloil illltll'the loth., ilay
Sopteinliei' 1007.
.1. P. Ai-lii-.li i).
Assistant Commissioner of LantlH
uml Wiu'ks.
rilANIIUIIOK  I.AND DISTRICT.
District uf Kootonay.
Tuku nulii'i' iluu llulii'i'i   I.Itilc  nf
Porl sii','1,', i iipiitiiin pruspci'iii!', in-
li'iuls toapply fin-uspi'i'iul lli-i'iii'i'iiiur
llm following ilcHcHbuil  lumls :    C -
lllcnclllg   ul   ll  pnsl   plilllluil   uui'  mil'-
ivest uf Hm suulli w.'s rnor of T. I..
7l".i:i Ihsiii'iI inii.s. Crlxxell, thonco wchI
SO rhllillj..! linn-'- Hllll 111 Sll I'llllillS. I lirlii'i'
nusl 80cIiiiIiih, ilin nurlli su chain".
Iloliorl Mill
Nat  Reiss  Company   Opens   at
Cranbrook on Monday Sept.
16th.
"I expected to have mel the
citizens of Cranhrook and
vicinity at the Carnival, on
Thursday September li'ih., bul
owing to the fact thai we wore
caught in a snow storm al Pernie,
whicli covered our "White City"
to the depth of live or six inches
wo shall be unable to move tents
until today,Saturday Sept., I llh,
1 wish lo announce to Ihe poople
of Cranbrook thai I shall arrive
in your cily ou Monday
noxl without fail, and give two
performances,   commencing   til
2 p.m., in lhe afternoon, ami 7
p.m. iu lhe evening." Nm.
Reiss,
"Meet me al the Carnival" mi
Monday, ll will be a gala day,
a day of real good fun, hollesl,
and iiinocenl fun."
Don'l fin-get lo lake a prouicu
ade Ihrough lhe "Hit; While
City."
The Future.
When the much-hoped foi'
Kootonay Central railway is con
strucied. Southeast Kootonay
will bo a most benefitted country,
It has gold, silver lead, copper
and coal in abundance, logothor
wilh iron and limestone suilablo
lor    Muxes;     Ihen     like     imin.y
iiniiilii'i- mining dislriel, il will
im doubl out show lln' presenl
producers,
OUR OPENING DISPLAY OF
NEW FALL  GOODS
WILL   'I'AKK   PLACE
Friday Sept. 20tn I Saturday 2ist
New Millinery In All Its
Freshness.
NEW FALL GARMENTS
Our Milliner Miss Rose hus just returned from Un- niurkots with u profession   ul    iln-   latest   Ideas   in   the
,,.,,. i i   \-     i. i     .   shippuil lu (Iraiibroi
Millinery world. Novelty Is triumphant
Not only is llu- neivosl   hore but the
best is hore uiul jii prices beyond doubl
reasonable.      You in-'-  especially   in-
vhi'il ii) iiisj t mn- stock,
DISPLAY  DAYS
PRIDAY
20th
and
SATURDAY
21st
CinemiiiLr Autumn and Winter Cunts
jii>i opened up.
We have nn hesitation iu saying lluit
it Is the lltiest range of garments evoi*
,'.• ihe NEW
l'l.All) EFFECTS in tho threo quarter
length Coats, See tbe latest. In llluok
uiul Him' Chiffon r.i'iiiiili'lnth iliiw
quarter length Cuius.
Bee uui' latest in shin Watstsanil
l.n.li.'s Skii-lj..
Special Show of
DRESS GOODS AND SILKS
BURNS BROTHERS
Successors in Reid A- Ci
l.'enl   I lloeli
Cninbrook, ll.C
* NORTH   STAR
I Tar-     HOTEL }
Kimberley,   B. C.
H. W. DREW. Proprietor,
s
Centrally Located Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Under  New  Management
linpni'l-M I'I'oin I'eri'.v crook dur
ini.'   llie   pnsl   week   11,1'G   In   lhe
effect iiiiii milling operations in I
,1, .I,,,,,, is,   11)07;  ruu;lHl.oi-oil I Uml vloinil..y  ar ilklnj!  rapid
strides
We   believe   Hull    llie   ColliiIIU
your will mark the boninniiij,' of
tho groiitost oro producinj" area
Ihal lhis district, aye: thai Hie
province has ever known.      .    |
,,     , ,. •«        Wluin you want  a  good
Headquarters Im* mining   *'■     , ,
,   ,,,. -» place  in slnp come to tne
men ami nlil timers. ft '       .    ,
"• Manitoba.
d, a. Mcdonald, manager
We Give You Your Money's Worth
.lnnu 21), 1007.   Tin- iiiiii- Inr II i
in,'iin.in,'tit uf lln- publication nl this
notion is extended until tho llltb. day
ef September 1007.
.1. I-'. Amstrong,
Assistant  Commissioner uf
I.units ami Works.
School of Mining
A COf.LEGR OF APPLIED SCIENCE,
AHUIllcd lo Qnfen's University,
KINGSTON, ONT.
The fiiiluw.ni Cowim ire •tiered:
I    l''t'iirYeirK'CoiirHefarl)cKirr<>t'I1.8c.
IJ—Three VeniH' Coiirne for Diploma.
O—Mining l-n-tiiir-'iiiiK.
t>—ClieininiTyn.ii. Mineralojjy.
c—Mineralogy anA fieology.
tt— Clirmicnl Kn({itieerlii(;.
r—Civil ICriKineninB.
Vor CalemUr of the Srliool nml n.rHirr /-^cl.-ini.';.. Rncineerin-E.
Information, apply to the Setrelnry, Scliool f-niectrical KnKioeerinK.
of Mining. KlngitOO, Ontario, A- Hiology and Public Health.        T

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