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CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, JULY U,1U07.
No. 2t,
NJRTil STAR M1N1NI) 00.
Keport   of  the   President    and
Directors for tho Year muling
31st May, 1907.
Submitted ai Ihu Bight h
Aiiniial Meeiing ai theCoinpany,
held tin Wednesday, the 20ih
.luti)'. luu" ai Montreal.
Tu ihe Shareholders of   the
North Slur   Mining   Company,
Lim iiu I:
Gonili'in in.
Yi'iu' ll'u lurs hi'ji  lu  submil
a siiiie ni  of the   Ciimpnny's
hnsim ss lui* He liimiii'iiil  year
ending 31st \l iv. lllll".
The operations of llio year
have resulted in a nei preHI of
iili.iui $-17,111111 This Is dun Io the
minim: unl shipment uf about
1(100 Inns ul' ii 0, nud llie high
prices - I' llie lend iiii'i silver
pre- nl nn iiu- ughoul tlie year.
'rue euiiiriti'l I'm- theextrucllon
,.|* il e I'l'illniuil- nl ure in the olil
workl e.'S having expired, ihe
i 'iini|i my is now lining litis wnrk.
Tiie exploration work
originating frum tlm Kellog
Shaft carried uu during llie your
having proved unsuccessful, on
lhe advice ul' lhe Company's
Manager was slopped in February, 11107. The Directors decided
ihal further exploration could bo
done lo beiier advantage by
diamond drilling, which is now
in progress Tlio Ui rectors were
iutluencod In cont inning Ibis
work by a reporl from Mr.
Williams, lho owner of an
••loci ri ■•ill device Tor tho local ion
of ore. which stated that a
mineralized body. Ibe value of
whicli is us yet unknown, existed1
in this neighbour.
The policy of the Directors
has boon io carefully husband
llie linani'os of lho Coinpuny, and
prevent any wasteful expenditure
in exploration; lhis means going
slower, but thoy believe thai tbe
resells will lie more beneficial to
the Company.
In conclusion the Directors
ash your attention to the report
of Mr. Curran, tho Company's
Manager, on thu exploration
worli of hist year, and lo the
linanclul statements of ihe Company annexed hereto.
Mil   ITKHAN'S  REPORT.
To lhe Directors of lhe North
Star Mining Company, Limited.
I bog a submit the following
report on lhe operations al the
Mino fur the hist year;
The prospecting has been carried
on to the North and West of the
Kellog Shaft and amounts to 558
feet in sinking, drifting, cross-
culling und raising.
The results from the work
done early in lhe your wore so
favorable as to warrant pros
peeling the above ground at
depth. For this purpose lho
Kellog Shull was pumped mil
and Iho nld wosl orosseul ul the
200 loni level wiis extended 171
loot lu reach the desired ground,
also it drill was run North for H5
loot Hut I regret to say that
the work In this ground proved
(lisuppuiiuiiig al this level
although fairly well mineralized
in places ll, was decided Ihul
some further prospecting nf this
area should bo done, chiefly to
the Nurlli, by means of the
Diamond drill. Drilling for thul
purpose was begun on Mny 27111.
Judging from iho work done in
the main drill nnd lhe good surface showings, il is difficult to
believe I hut oro does noi exist
somewhere iu lhis locality.
The buildings are in good
repair, The steam plant is in
good condition, Thu Tramway
is also in fairly good condition.
In conclusion I hog to call your
attention to the ore shipped
during llio year. The contractors
docldod io give up their contract,
and giving the   three   u ths
notice reipiired, ceased work in
Augusi. Tlie Company is again
working the old mine, six men
being employed, and mooting
with goods results,
The nut returns for ore ship-
inonls fnr  ihe year  auioiiill lo
ill!),lli 10.
Res| 11 ii 11 v submitted
N   Mel, Cl'KKAM.
Manager.
Craubrook, 11. <'.. Jnno 5th,
1.1117.
Outfit at Oranbrook.
Craubrooli has many ml
vantages lo recommend as nn mil
lilting poinl for thoso who intend
iu prospect, in* work in the
lumbering camps during tlio
present summer. Crimhrooli
iiiorcliiiuts are in n position lo
supply any order thill can be
tilled iu nuy city or lown in the
province, < lur mei'clniiils carry
all kinds nl slock used in mining
ur lumbering, and no mining or
lumbering c iinpany, nr those
engaged in uny oilier enterprise
need lo go mil of Cruubrook for
any supplies,    'I'lm Cranhrook
ilisirict Ims mineral uud I ber
iug resources, undoui'incrcliiinls
have lhe necessary supplies.
A PLEASURE TRIP -TO STEELE
Pour Children Supposed to be Lout
Are Found Visiting,
At Ranch-
Raymond ami Harold Arm
strong age 12 and ." years old,
and Andy, nud Frank Paterson,
!i and 7 yours, left Cranbroolt
Tuesday on a visil to Furl Sleele.
Fur some days lho boys have expressed a wish tu visit friends
in lhe pioneer city. The boys
left without I'ousiiliing or informing Iheir parents, nnd late
in the evening us it was getting
dark, Ihe boys not returning
home, iheir parents became
uneasy, and uslhe hours passed
their anxiety increased. Al
inldnighl il wus announced ihal
lhe children were lost, some
saying thai Ihey had started lo
tish in St, Joseph crook. A
searching parly was hastily
gathered together   and started
PEOPLE YOU MAY KNOW
Visitors Hore and Thero   People
Who Come to Cranbrook and
Those Who Go Away.
Mrs. Dolan of Siriliic was
shopping at Craubrooli Tuesday.
R. F. Anderson was outing ai
Marvsvillo lhis week*.
Mr. and Mrs. Vi. D. Mill wen
il Lethbridge Monday. Tlie,'.
went eusl nu lhe Spnknue llyer
Miss Ella and Lou Leiirh have
I'lnriieil from Vnucoiiver fm
heir vacation.
Mr, uiul Mrs. K, Feagan of
Marysville were Craubrooli
i isilors Friday
Mrs. A. C. Bowness lefl on
Thursday un an eastern visil.
she will lie uwuy several months,
The Cranbrook and Wyclilfe
base bull leiuiis will cross bats ill
Wyclilfe tomorrow.
L 11 Young, and A, Voligny.
ti S Customs ollicers were
Craubrook visitors Wednesday,
Mrs. Wm. Morelon lefl un
Wednesday fnr a summer visil lo
Toronto und other eastern cities,
Vi H. Montgomery uf Marys
ville was at Cranbrook Thursday
on business.
Mr. and Mrs. R H. Bohart nl'
Wardner were Cranbroolt
visitors Wednesday.
C. M. Edwards, Chas. Chapman
and Frank McNab returned this
week from an exploration trip
up the Eraser river.
A regular monthly communication of Cranbrook lodge. A.F.
\- A.M.. was held in lhe Masonic
Temple on Thursday evening.
R Jones, W. II. Miller of
Wardner and Win Smith of
Seattle wore guests at the Cosmopolitan Wednesday.
Tub butter also 1 pound rolls,
tlie best, butter in   town:   also
.iruiic wind were imi adjuncts u
•xeellent       pliiviiii
Referee
I Hack, started the game prompl)}
al 7 :iu. A scotch laddie cauglil
ihe ball and senl it down across
ihe border Into England, there ii
staid ill tlie vicinity of How Hells
fur sniite iimi' imi did imi reach
lhe gules of London. A hoof-
enter named Wnnl got the pig-
akin and senl il back across the
border lulo the [-[inlands, several
rushes followed ami m toil
minutes the ball was passed in tt >
Glasgow Om gnal lur England,
Again lhe whistle blew, ami (he
hall was senl in Scotland, anil
len minutes liiii'i- iln- boys from
Merriu England scored number
uml. lim the suns ul* Wallace
vei'e nut dislienrtnod, mi lie
sound of .the whistle Ihey senl
ihe sphere into Engl mil close In
London,   shol   afler   shol   was
lllllile   III    llie   gale,   ill    Illst    lhe
laddies gol a corner shol kind
ing llie lmil in U-i!ton Row,
u gnal I'm' Scotland.
Half lime 'l'h.. ball again
crossed into England, Ihen buck
tn Sent la ml, it crossed the border
repeatedly, Ihen lhe beef-enters
kicked a gnal which didn'l count
because il was "hot side." Down
lho lino inlu England mul lhe
Scotch claim u penalty kick on n
luul. nl this Jucture, a Cockney,
sings out." H'unipire, hopen
your bloody ll'o.yes," iho referee
being from Dublin paid no
altoul ion in this hi! ul' sarcasm
It was a royal game from Ibis
lo iho finish, neither team
scoring. Tlm score England 2,
Scotland 1. Referee Black gave
porfoctsatisfacttou to both teams,
THE LINE-UP
FESTIVITIES IN CRAN
BROOK DISTRICT
. . i-ii v        ••'*      feat     uuvt'-i      in      n»». ...      iii.au
in search ul  lho children.    Nn fl,esn e„gs ftt the Dominion Meat
trace of them wus found until an
Indian at Ihe Mission staled thai
he had sewn the children on the
road about five miles Irom Cranbrook on the road lo Sleele.
Messages wore senl lo that lown
but no one had seen Ihem. Early
Wednesday morning large search-
Co
Ed. Little who has been at
High River. Alia., for Ihe pasl
six months returned at Craubrook Tuesday.
Mr and Mrs. James Finlay
drove down from Kimberley
iug parlies were again sent out, j Wednesday and spent several
messages were sent to Steele, j days In town before returning to
the Mission, and to the Junction, j1'16 nllll(-'.
Al  ten o'clock a message was'    ,,,      ,,   . ,,        .
. , , ....I Ed- Brake, Cur foreman
received al Cranbrook staling Bt FernIe WM in the city Wed-
that the children woro nl Kelly sllesilayi Mr. Brake left on the
ranch, iwo miles soulh of Steele, i afternoon train on an extended
Constable Joe Walsh of Fori visit lo the old country.
Sleele,   learned  thai lhe child-1 	
rou ' wore al lho ranch I, KooP your 1kltohen C00} mA
. , ,, ,.. ,-, ifree irom odors by using a
nud wired the tact to ^'""i* ToU-ilo s,,uuro stonii. .'ool-er. Its
brook, and then went lo lho a „,.,,.,( improvement ovor the
ranch finding thom well pleased old style, convenient and satis-
with Iheir visit. Tho story told .factory For sale by I'ul more
by the children is lo the effect Bl'oa'
Hint Ihey started lor Kelly's' K|).u, SUp6,.-,,|0naant Duo.
ranch and after walking somo Mackay has a large gang of men
live miles were overtaken by a al   work ou the   Mission   roud
KNIII.ANI
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l-'„r,viiiils     W. NIl-llOlS
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TOOK THE CUN ROUTE
Premeditated Suicide of Solon Book
Rotary Wheels Went
Wrong Way.
Solon Book, committed suicide
on Tuesday afternoon by shooting himself with a rille.
Hook, wns'formerly employed
at lhe C. P. R Machine shops,
and previous to his death al the
Craubrook Sash & Door factory.
Tho fact that his death was pre-
mediated in bourne oul by the
fact Ihal on Monday during his
travels around lown he carried
the rille Willi whieh lie killed
himself, and slated thai he would
soon leave the country.
On Tuesday afternoon jusl
after dinner he wont In the
keeper uf lhe C. I' K... boarding
bouse and paid his board, saying
lhat he was going away, I hen
woni upstairs lo his room.   The
(earn, they stated to the driver ;niuking necossury rei-airs.^ Also |.(,|l|)|,, (|| .,  r|||B was Soon hoard,
.mil Book was seen coining down
stairs witli lho lower purl nf h
thill   Ihey   wore   goin,
ranch, that they had thoir puroilts
permission, he then look thumin
his wagon until Ihey cuine to llu
1()   ,|„, another gang at Marysville on I r,"l
tad wnrk
I'ho Celebration of Dominion Day
- Splendid Programmes
A Day of Pleasure.
The celebration of Dominion
Day Iiii-, euiiie unil gone, nml
where is the man, woman nr child,
within Cranbrook's fold who
failed to I'i'lelirnte the Hrsl ol
lul.v, Moyie, Fori Steele, Fernie
and Columnn weie points ol
iiileresl. limine carefully pre
pared programmes, Perry Creek
ilie historic nld phicorcamp, wns
select oil by llio Ancient Order of
Foresters for a pien c. The on-
lire dislriel wns ablaze Willi e\
cilement ami nil united in do
honor in ihe day
Dining llm evening largo
ipiautilios uf lireworks was ili-
charged on linker street, which
enlivened uud gave enjoyment to
n large number of citizens
A large number of Cl'llll-
lil'onkiles lllleiuleil Ibe colobl'll
lion al Fori Sleele on Dominion
Day. there were also a fairly
gnnd representation from Wasa,
Mnrysville, Kimberley ami Im rl
Steele Junction, The executive
committee, consisting of Messrs,
li P. Cooke, Vie Rollins, James
Ryan, and Cnl. Henderson, are
in be congratulated upon lhe
manner in winch the racing pro
gramme was carried nut.
Tlie tirsi event was an open
dash of 000yards, in whicli lliere
woro live entries. Dean Swift,
owned by A. Doyle wns Hrsl.
with Jack second, the purse wus
#50 iu tirsi uml "it'll In second
horse.
The second event wns a pony
race, illlii yards, bonis, besl two
OUl of three, and lho purse His,
lo Hrsl and #10 lo second, Thero
wore seven onirics in this race.
Siitliorlanils Pole took lirst and
Francis' Hermoine liny look
second money
Third event was a quarter milo
boat race fur n purse uf #50 lu
lirst and #20 lo second. Dean
Swift won Hrsl money, with
Weuvil Brown second,
All Indian saddle rime was Ihe
noxl event villi six starlet's,
which was wmi by Stanley.
In Hie white mens saddle race
there wore three entries, Doylos.
Lady Duff look Hist money, #25,
Wilh Cooke's Blackbird second,
who captured $10.
The consolation race witli live
entries was won by Indian Joe,
whoso chickamun amounted lo
#10.
During tlie evening Ihu
visitors lo the pioneer cily enjoyed a must pleasant drive nu
Iheir return tn Crunbrook, nnd
were loud m their praise of the
cordial welcome which they received from the citizens of .Steele.
At Creston, the place where
the big strawberry is grown,
celebrated Dominion Day in a
royal way, and entertained a
large number uf visitors frum
Cranbrook and other towns along
the Crow.   Tin attraction of the
,vn, exciting, bul llie  benedicks
■vre imi iu ii. fnr ibe bachelor
Ann in a eaiil, r
Several swcopsl alios. were
-In>t nil. whieh were contested
fiir by a number uf young men
Tbe following is a few of the
besl scores:
Best possible 15 points
Chas McCowan 15
A. McCowan 11
I' Hayward    14
I,' Abboll   18
A niiiiiiier of gentlemen look
advantage of Hie day to visil ibe
|ilanl in lhe Cninbrooli hire
Brick an,l Terra Cottn Co, Tlm
malinger Mr Byron showed thom
every courtesy,  'he  manner uf
FAST TRAIN SERVICE
New     Transcontinental     Train
Arrives at Cranbrook on
its Journey East,
The flrsl train n\er the
Spokane International, arrived
ai Cranbrook Monday evenlngat
11 '■'." |> a. . and left in || i; p,ui.
ami iim- inaugurated ivhat is
claimed in be the fnstesi transcontinental service between St
I'uil ami Spokane. Tbe New*
ilain was drawn by engine No, ■_'
iml D Murphy hold the throttle
ami conductor Thomas Cavin
wa- in charged uf ibe train,
Bnih have been in ibe employ of
making bricks,   ibe  plain.  clti.i   ,|„. ■;,   **>    **>     fo|.  .,earSi   rnn0
deposil and quartz lead all being
Inspected.
Tlie liini'h and dinnor was pre
■"idod by niiim hosl, Mr. Burge ul
Perry Creek hotel, ami whieh
cannot be excelled in any hole!
n the Kootenays
Tbe parly returned to Cran
brook in the evening after having
spent ii very profitable ami en
joyublo holiday",
MEETING OK COUNCIL
What tho City Dads are Doing to
Promote   tho  Welfare
of the City.
A regular meeting of the Cily
Council was held on Wednesday,
evening in iho Council Chamber.
There were presenl His Worship
Mayor Finlay ami Aldermen
Fink, Ryan, MeCowiili and Hick
elliiul lllllil.
Minnies of lust regular meeting woro read ami mi motion
wore approved and adopted as
read.
Tlio reporl nf the city Auditor,
re tlie bunks uf llie Polico De
purliiienl was read, and oh motlou
uf aldermen Fink and McCowan
were received and tilled.
A conimiiniciitioii frum the
Waler Supply Co., re tho use nf
wator fur sprinkling llm sl roots,
wns referred lo lhe Mayor ami
cily solicitor.
A communication from Puntdis
S: Thnrbold. civil engineers uf
Calgary, re so]ilie tanks, wus received nnd tiled.
A communication frmu .1.
Muycock, re buying ground, was
nn motion received and tiled.
On Motion of Aldermen McCowan and Hickenbotham, the
certillcnle of .1. F Armstrong,
architect in charge of the joint
provincial and municipal building, amounting to #1,27', and
#590 in l'u\or of I). .1. Johnson
was ordered paid.
On Moiion of Aldermen Pink
and McCowan. the lender of
the Craubrook Electric Light Co.
of #325, for wiring the joint
provincial and municipal building was accepted, alderman
Ryan not voting.
A  communication   from   the
until it was known that tin
children wore supposed to be
lost. Constable Walsh arrived
at Crunbrook nt one o'clock with
the child rou, who were much
pleased wilh Iheir lulling, not
realizing tlm anxiety of Iheir
parents, or the troubles of the
hundred nr more searcher wim
had spool many weary hours
hunting fnr some signs uf them,
Burn Al Wyclilfe, .Inly llh.,
lu Mr. and Mrs. Albnrlsoii, a sou.
i'iiuimih Nitty (JliuwhiH Tiilm  ul
Mhiiitonh Uiiiaii Stoui:
II. II. Di mii uf   Moyio,   A.
MeDuugal, .1. A. Broloy and II.
II. Depew nf Fei'llln were ill lhe
Craubrook Friday.
A. Lucas nf Kaslo, provincial
assessor for ihe Kooleuays was
at Cranbrook Friday mi olllcial
business.
Nexl Sunday  morning al   11 face shot away,    Ai tlm l'n, ! day. was Hm  [ntornulionul  ball
o'clock, a children's service will Uhu stairs he mol Hie keeper of game, Cresion vs ldal i which
"   '   " a number of Cranbroolt base ball
fans took a part. All visitors
from lhis portion uf Hie districl
ure emphatic in thoir praise of
the hospitality nf the Creston
people and the pleasures  nf   Ibe
day.
The colebralinii al llie Silver
City included Caledonian spurts,
Lumbering events, a hose reel
iiii'i., boating uml   Uniting,    A
road leading to the ranch', gave be conducted in the Methodist tll0 (loll80 who Itetl nt tbo horrible
them Instructions to find It, and Church  by   Rev.   B   Hugh es, rf     ,           b   |(
,       ,.                    ,.  .i           ,.      Hoys and girls are especially in- ■»-"
thought no more ol  the mutter vil;i(1     £ „1(( ,.v,.Mitlw S01.vice upstairs, anil-pulling tho nlle to
lho subject will be "The Relation hjs temple blew the top of his
if,loses to Modern Times. |lrall|  0jf   spattering  Hm   walls
Did you hear lhe cook say she
was nearly roasted over the Imi
range,    (lot her a Toledo Sleain
Cooker at   Pal '0   Bros    ami
she will not have to stand over
the lire, ll will nay lor itself iu
tho saving of fuel.
spi
with his blood aud brains.
Siilnii was live nf llriinsliy,
I Inl , ami is said I" have written
II Utile, previous tn llis lll'lll li. lu
llm elfeel liml be wished lu lie
buried there besiil.' his wife.
baggage man was W. MeDunalil.
ami Ityebiiiaii wusihubrnkesmun.
The new-1 rain contuilis six curs,
llie Hrsl ear in Hie make up Is a
combination railway mail,
baggage and express car The
nexl 'ar was a tourist, built ou
lho lulqsi ideas uml scarcely inferior to Hie standard sleupors,
'I'he nexl ear was a standard
coach, containing I" chairs,
ibi- is iii accommodate local
I ratle Tbe fourth wa- a C P.R.
Diner, Hie lilih being a II
section sleeper, The last car in
ibe train was an observation
i'lll'. ami i- ihe result nf Hm most
modern designing and ear building.
The entire train Is lighted by
electricity, generated for eaeh
car separately by equipment
carried beneath llm coach,
Storage batteries are carriod liy
which ibe train can be lighted
fnr li' hours while standing slid.
When in motion the lights are
Itepl burning and Ibe batteries
rolilled,
A largo iiiinihi'i' nf citizens
assembled ut the depot ou Monday night upon Iho arrival nf lhe
tiniii. and woro well rewarded
fni' their time liy having .au
opportunity of inspecting one of
ibe besi and most modern trains
mi the American continent, The
train presented a beautiful
appearance as it pulled into the
depot, with all Its electric lights
burning, whicli showed the interior finish of the cars, rich iu
drapery and oilier details.
sii l'liili|is  Smoking;    Mixture   ut
MiallTONS ClllAU Stoiie.
Died at Cranbrook.
Died, Tuesday morning, July
2nd. 11107, at the home ill Vi. F.
Tate, in this city, Margaret, the
wife of K. II. Ross, of Sirdar,
aged 2H years, of typhoid-
pneumonia.
About throe weeks ago, both
the mother and tho baby, not
yet a year old. were taken sick
with typhoid fever, and were
brought lo Cranbrook and placed
in llu' home of Mi-, und Mrs.
Tate. The besl of medical aid
was secured, two trained nurses,
and Mrs. John Dunlop of Fernie,
Hm mother uf ibe stricken
woman, and  Mrs.  Tale,  sister.
nf   Mi'.    Ross,   night   and    day
School Board,  inferring to the] watched   wiih   tin-    tenderest
construction uf n platform and
slairs fnr Hm greater safety uf
lhe pupils uf Hie Public School
slated  Ihal   lhe  Board did  noi
solicitude nver the sick. For
day- ami day- the Struggle grew
harder with the mother, thobaby
having recovered, and at lasl it
looked as if the battle had been
doom il necessary  to spond any won,   as    Hie   symptoms  were
money in  making said  repairs.
on  in,iiliin  Hu inmunicution
was Hied.
uu Motion ul aldermen Hick-
enlinlhain ami McCoWlltl, the
Chiel    hire    Kllginocr   wa-   l'l
favorable, vol it was understood
by those who were watching
every change Ihal il was just a
chance, ami lhat only lhe wonderful vitality nf deceased luul kepi
hor alive -n long. Bin mi Monday ibere was ii sudden change
fur tbe worse,and medical science
.,      ., ,     . i tortlie worse.mul umilicnl m'Iciii
jested to Interview the School ,im|  t|i(, hM| (pf m)|lg,ng muli,
liniinl wilh regard  lo oblnluin
proleciioii Im' pupil- in case uf
ll appears that. Hook was  lho number of Crunbrooltlles woroin
inventor of   a    rotary   engine, ultoiiduiico.
whieh be  patented  some years     Bulween     lll'ly     ami    slxly '
nii'lubel's   ami    friends   nt   lho
Anclenl Order nf Foresters hold
Council adjourned nl 11 p in.
I   Hurcli nf WyclilTe was in Hm
iiy Friday
, it!   MlOIITI
'llr- llllll Oil
, lliu tu Sr
International Football-
An International football game ago, Iml had never suit led in
wns   played  nu   Hie   roerculimi gelling bis engine, nr  palonl   li
grounds on Thursday ovonlng. the alteulion of onpitiil, and  bo-|n      very      onjoyublo      picnic
The     ileslants    represented en spondonl    liocituso   Im ai   Perry Creek   on    Dominion     m h
Hngluud vs Scotland    ll wns nil-ought Ihul be wa- nm  being Day,   T.hu programme consisted :|nlK),1(,gS
Bwlftgame from Iho boginning loused right and liiidsevornl liiuos|()f Ciiledoniitu gnines, sliooling,         ^    |	
end of game   the bunch   fi  told people that Im would soon I base bull ami other gaum-.    A     Mrs. Dodolph and daughter orLfagos and on  font,' including a
ICngland wore all hoavy  wolghl,  pul nn end In his troubles. j iber llshod  lur   Hm   gamoyl Marysville  were  shopping    til |nrg0 hiitiil«M* or iiiumbors of the
while tlm laddies from tlm luml     His  remain-, were   lake,,   lu trout, while o r wandered  in "' ,""li ""^''>* Brolhorliood of Car Bepalrors of
of the thistles wot nidi  moro cliiirge by   I'nilerluker   Boiilly, the sollliido or the forosl, r* q  niio-liaiiftii Of Kaslo was '   ""      '       	
active than lho beef enters. | who wired tu (irlmshy,   Inn   has     A gain" nf huso ball  between   n  ibe city   Friday.     He   also    TA  K siriiliclii Cm Cltturmtei >l
The ground was damp und u rocoh reply at Ibis li      | the bachelors and married  men, visited Ihe smnlleralMarysvllle,  miuiitons Cia.vn Stoue,
avail nothing, ami toward the
iliiwn uf day un Tuesdny life
departed, wilh the husband and
motlior unil other relatives about
ib" bedside,
The funeral was held from the
Tale Inuiie Tuesilav afliTiiuun at
llu' 'clock, Kev. Main, nf   Hie
Presbyterian church, officiating.
The pallbearers were li. K,
Iteauie. ('   Abboll, .1   lli'llllersilll,
F Pel"'" "ill ii   Anderson I,  A  Arnold, F Duffioldand W.
Iillh';iv |,,"I:IV "" r Laidlaw,   The r tins were
' u" i followed to ihe cemetery by   a
I pie in car-
irge concourse THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK It („, JULY 6, 1007
WANTED
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50 Tie Makers
9   APPLY TO   9
Ci,y SbtoSc: VV. E. Worden
* 9 ft 9 ft 9 ft:9ft;<yft;ftft: .♦>:>>-^>.:$ • ft; 9 ft; a ft
IB, H. SHORT & CO. 1
V fhe Painters, Paperhangers, Etc.        V
OUR imi STOCK
9  OF  9
fAll PAPER
IS COMPLETE
Remember we carry the only stock of 190"
paper- in Cranbrook.
Sign Painting a Specialty
All kinds uf Painting and Decorating
attended to promptlv.
KSTAIIIJSI1EU   IH*.
I'.uniaiT HriiKs, Pmtor
A. B. Grace,
Sniiiliiy Mui-iiiiiy Snl-vi,-e al 11 u.in
PUBLISHER   AND   EDITOR.      |    Fellowship meeting  - - 12-lBa.iu
Sunday School and Bible Clans!) |i.
Professional.
*%he m$vo8V*jitiov.i A S|,"('ial invltall°"is s'van'"
V1/»JV   ywvyyi.w*.  [young men to iitlond the pastors
SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1IK17
D
oMINliiN DAY was celebrated in Southeasl
Koolonny, hy a number of most
enjoyable celebrations In almost
every city and town in the ilisirict.
.  .  .
The Iluu. Sir Charles Tupper,
says: "The confodoraliun of
llritish Nurih America is now
regarded as oue of the most Important ev,uiis that transpired
during the Viotoriau era. [Is
importance cannot be ovor rated
iu connection with llioconsolldn j
lum of a greal Dominion on the
♦ ; niiiln'in half ol the continent of
♦ |north America, or in its effect iu
bible class.
Salvation fti'iiiij Barracks
PATMORE II.M.I.
Sunday Services:
Afternoon    -       3 o'clock
livening    - 8 o'clock
Sun,lay Si'IuhiI ni 1.46 p.m.
Mooting? ball] ovi
week except Montliu
(Id 'I'D 'I'lIK
,8 p.
P.O. BOX
ARMSTRONG AVENUE PHONE 111
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Columbia, and in 1878 that ol
Prince Edward Island, were
successively admitted into the
Confederation.
The Fathers of Confederation
********************************************. Ihad the great advantage,   when
• called upon to deal with the  im
X portant question, of the  experi
t-\ t-n t-i *t t 7 T f. t pi     f~i(~\      T   Tl^       ♦ encoo: ilie neighboritie Republic.
BKhWiNb W„ LIU, fc *"a—> **- *•
iM KOOtClklll
DYE HOUSE
I'm' all kinds of
DYEING and CLEANING
proHiolIng   ibe    unity   of   the
Empire.
The ini nl t'linl'edoratiuii i'uine| _
Into operaliou on the 1st of July, i
18(17, at which date the provinces     Xothin;- ,im' "r ooa,'8°' [i*r8e
of  Ontario   and   Quebec  were or small that we oanuot haudlK
united to the maritime provinces
of Nova Scotia and Now   liruus |       We flltso Do Ol'H Dueillfl
Office J. Lkask, Tailor
GIVE IS A TRIAL.
BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
CRANBROOK,     -    B.C.
m, AftSmtft Arttftrft** *r m-s*   Arm-H-m m-mrtm At A A4*iA- MlA
nt,n\n\nA.n\./a\n\2Tt,.n\rf\n\n\ ntntm,nA nyntMsntrrt*i*t.7*ii7Tt.*W*W
I ...SAW   YOUR   WOOD...IHarv^ MoCarter *MaodOMld
9,
9 WITH   A
| FAIRBANKS-MORSE
£ GASOLINE   ENGINE 8
9       It's the mosl perfect running engine you can get.    The*
w latest equipment lor sawing wood, 9
9 THK BEST IS THE CHEAPEST 9
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A    Hammock
For   Summer
Comfort
Wu huvo n nn»   lino nl  lhe
beat  iniiili' hammocks »t> liuvo
CVCl' -i-'-li.     ,\,,l null lll-tlllii'ai'
liiiinmocks ileal tl lor coin-
tort, Imi strength nml ilit.-iiliil-
u.i lire Insured In   il k,.,.|,.
llonnl ,|iiiiini ni inatorlalaimdU
'l'n s,'<> lln-al' tllllllllllli-ks is III
iiiiiii uui', cajiccliilly ivlion you
li'iirn how liiile ntonoy will
iimiii' you tin- possessor. The
iiiiiiiiiiiI ul I'liinliiri iu be do-
rivi'il from nut' will Im ivuiili
It'll times ilir cost. -.'Ullli* in
anil am' ilii'iii. i inr |irii-es nre
from 'bail loj'.i.uu.
A  Complete   Line of  Pishing Tackle.     The
Best tint there is,
C. E. REID & CO.,
phone 74    The Druggists.
i4«tv        Store closes ut !> p.m. excepting Saturday nights and ovonlugs
JR^   before public holidays.
! FORT STE
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FERNIE, B.C.
f   MANUFACTURERS and BREWERS of EXTRA FINE
BEER f PORTER
SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
Buttled beer for family
use a specialty
Outside   Orders
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
fl'. O. BOX 812     i-
TF.LEPHONE NO. I     p
Port  Steele Brewing Co., Ltd.
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Li. CLAPP W. ROLLINS
ote
Lighted   By  Electricity
Heated By Hot Air
(Iranbrook, B.C.
llllli
Comfortable Bedrooms
First (Mass Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS   PUR TOURISTS AND OLD  TIMERS
advautage thai the United States
x I hud suffered from a constitution
♦ which necessarily made the ex-
♦ ecutive head of that country thei
X I head of a party - a difficulty en- j
i tirely avoided in the Canadian
♦ : Coufederation by having its constitution moulded upon the
British principal which makes
the representative of the Sovereign the executive head of the
country—occupying the same
position in Canada tbat the Kinj;
does in Great Britan as an impartial executive head receiving
the ardent support of men of all
parties under the llritish
constitutional principle.
...
There was not n resident of the
Cranbrook district, who did not
talfc part in the celebration of
Dominion Day, either ut home,
or in towns where events of
interest were taking place.
...
It is said that the fate of the
Kootenay Central railway is to
be decided this week. Wm.
White, second vice-president of
the C. P. R., anil Deuuis, C. P.
I}., land commissioner for British
Columbia, will make a tour
Ihrough the Upper Columbia and
Kootenay valleys, and look up
the future possibilities of the
country and report on the same,
j
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*   GOOD    SAMPLE     ROOMS   *
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V^rm^'^* ***** * *****^S*** *****
I CENTRAL    HOTEL
Marysville, B.C.       COLE & HANDLEY, Prop.
The Leading Hotel of the St,
Mary's Valley. Nice airy rooms
nowly furnished. Table a>
good as any in Kootenay.
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Steam Boilers mnl l-'ui'iuu'i' Work i
Specialty.
Cosl nnd Slock Estimates
Furnished Upon Application.
P.O. Box 834.   Granbrook, B.G,
*T»nminm!H"?iT*TiTnTH»T?*T!""nn*!nfT*s
I Tonsorial Parlor
I     For a Cool and Clean Shave
Or a Perfect Hair Cut
c A Hot or Cold Bath
|inT0 Walter B. Laing „#&
|    Baker Street, Cranbrook, B.C.
.iililnu,lllll.,iilllllllHllllilH|llllllllllla:
Upon        this      report        the
question   of    the    immediate
construction of the railway will
lie decided.
...
There is no mining section in
lhe northwest offering better
inducements to capital than the
Cranbrook district.
...
A worn out politician is like a
worn out watch. He is no good
when he gels so  he don't  run
■fta'4; 9 ft; 9 ;*; 9 ft; 9 ft 9 ft. 9 ■fty, ft:aft; «:♦.»:♦ 9 ft ft ,
'*' ft
Drayin^ a Specialty
There is still a few Carriages left
A Carload of Wagons is expected at
any time.
Yuu hud bolter call and inspect our
lines of Carriages and Wagons before
purchasing olsowhere.
Flour and Feed of all Kinds Always on Hand
PHONE   183
6RANBR00K TRADING GO.
a STEWARTS a
THK   I.K.MIIMI   FRUIT  STORE
CRESTON STRAWBERRIES
OKANOGAN CHERRIES
Pur Preserving
4   CliolceBt Quality    -   -    Lowest Prlci
"''' ORDER EARLY
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Stewarts Fine Chocolates
HAZELWOOD ICECREAM
Hugh Stewart
Phone 75      flnnstroiiUi ftve.
R. STEWART
City Scavenger
n I    Parties  having   back  yards,
rr and closets to clean, and refuse
i*   matter to ho taken away, should
f\  Ulllllll/llW W      ■ lllll/lllV     \*9\Jk W leaveorders with me.
fl ri , jjj      Loavo orders at tho City Clerks offloo
V! ft -'a- 0 +■ <, '9 9 ;♦' 9 ''•**■: 9 .'-9' 9 :'**}'- » $^^*'$^*$'~*'$'*$ or drop a postal cord In Box 106,
Water Clauses Consolidation Aot.
PUBLIC NOTICK
To all holders of land within the
Limits of Lot 4, Group 1, Kootunay
UlHtriut and to all holders of water
Records on Josephs Prairie Creek.
Applications for the apportionment
of part of the 300 inches of water from
the said creek recorded in favor of
John T. Galbraith on the 23rd day of
May, 187-', and for permission to change
the point of diversion and the course of
the ditch for tiie diversion of part of
said water, will be heard by me at my
office on Tuesday the Oth day of August
l!in7, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon
under authority of Sections 111, 21 and
27 of the skid Act.
Objections should be tiled with meoii
or before the 31st day of July, 1907.
Dated at Oranbrook, this 27th day of
June, 1907.
J. F. Armstrong.
Assistant Commissioner of Lands aud
Works for the Southern Division of
Kast Kootenay. 26
W. R. BEATTY
Uiideruilcor,
Kiiilmliiii'r,
Punoral Director
ORANBROOK, »,0.
Granbrook
I? Llvero
GEARY & DOYLE, PROP'S
Towns iiiiiI drivers furnish-
ml ror any point in the district.
A. DOYLE, Manager
...'.......»... i.ii.ihi...i.i
M§€€*
Centrally Located Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Under New Management
T.    ,       .      i                  ;ii When vou want a good
Headquarters for mining   *% ,           }                    "
,   , , .-                         » place   to  stop  come to the
men and old timers.                it '      .   .        '
"• Manitoba.
d. a. Mcdonald, manager
We Give You Tour Money's Worth
1    The Quality Store
GOLD SEAL TEA
Groceries, Fruit, Confectionery,
Cigars and Tobaccos
Special  attention given to each order no matter how
'()   small.   Good goods and prompt delivery "Our Motto'
CAMPBELL & MINING
W. P. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
Granbrook
llriiisli Columbia
C. H. DUNBAR
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR
ami NOTARY PUBUO.
Cranbrook, B C.
G. H. Thompson
S2m   IIAHIilSTKIi * Slll.ll'I'I'OH
^DW   NO'I'AIIY PUBUO
OFFICE   REID   BUILDING
Cranbrook) ll.C
THOMAS    M c V IT T I E
P.L.8. At C.B.
Port Steele B.C.
 ■' <   .....  .1.   1  ...a|
DR. E. .W, CONNOLLY
PhusiGian imd Surgeon
OfFIOE AU.MSTHONC1 AVE.
Hours:  '■* tn 11 a.m. 2 to 4 p.m.
7 to 8 p.m.
Phone OltioL' 105   Residenoe 108
CRANBROOK AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
Meet ovory Friday ut s p.m.
Visiting  Brothers Cordially   liivlti'il
('has. smith. W. President
M. I), lln.Linus. Seoy.
Aorio Phyalolan, P. o. Hox 28.
iiMiWMbtHMtitft
Rocky Mountain Chapter
NO. 126. R. A. M.
Regular meetings:—2nd Tuesduy in eneh month ut ei^tit
o'clock,
Sojourning Companions uro
cordiully invited.
WM. F. Tate, Scribe E.   |
Box 4        CRANHROOK, U. C.
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| LEflSKJ HENDERSON 1
Z~ THK
FASHIONABLE TAILORS    1
gz — Always Up-to-Date — 3
£ 3
£ Granbrook, -     - B.G. 3
^uuuuaililluiiiiiUiUiiuiuuiuiliuuiaiuiaauaiiii^
C.P.R, Men
Mane Money
Invest In Lethbridge
REAL ESTATE
SONNYSIDE und WESTMINSTER AVENUE,
close by the C.P.R, trucks uiul tho Agricultural
Pair Grounds.
$10 To $25 Down mid #"> a month, or one third down and six,
twelve und eighteen months for balance. Prices
pi's to *fl.^"i per Lot. [nsppct maps and plans
with inc.
Elegant New Residence
Willi 16 acres of prime Fruit and Panning Land adjoining
'artly cleared  and   ploughed  and   planted with fruit trees.
I Perfect irrigation plant.    Barn, stable, etc.
ANCIENT ORDER g FORESTERS
Court Granbrook 8943
MEETS   SNIl   ANII   4TII   THURSDAYS
IN WATTS' HALL
Visiting   brothern   cordially   inviud
C. I!.,   W. P. MACDONALD
Sccrciai-y, W. HENDERSON
Portraiture by Photography
AND
Artistic Picture F amio
All'.  OUH
2 SPECIALTIES
Prest moto co.
Studio.
Baker St. Cranbrook, B C.
D. J, JOHNSON
Carpenter % Huiktcr
Good Work at
Reasonable Price
Office and Workshop  Lewis St
«•••*•»••*•«*••••*»*<* •»••
L.C0HN
Tailor % Importer of
Fine Woolens.
Cranbrook, ll.C. Armstrong Ave
Rend the ProHpcctor.
Ailii'itisi' in the Prospi'doi*.
Within One and a Quarter Miles of Cranbrook Post Office
Fred. W. Swain
Joseph Ryan, Cranbrook, B.O.icranbrooklB.rrrni8trongAv,
■UWftswrf
M«cl7ii)es,nRt
A Pull Stock of Noodtei
and Aauosaorioa »
TIMHKK NOTICK CRANBHOOK  LAND DISTRICT.'   *    CltANllltllUK LAND UlSTItM
T»ke notice that thirty days alter l»istrlct of Kootenay.
ilate I  Intend m apply *" lhe  l'htct|   Tuk tee that John P. Bridges ol
IvaiiluiHik,    11.   ".'.,   iK'eiiiHiliun   mill
i 'iiiiiiiiiasi.mer ul Lands uud Works for
|ii'i'inissiiiii tn .-in   mnl   i-iiit'i    jiwiiv
timber   Iiiiiii   III''   following   ili'sei'ilii'il
html in Southeast Kooteuay
iimnum-lny ai u posl planted about
Dislriel nt Ivfiuteiia'
•Ctfrnfitk
-?**■-
rii \Nlli:iniK  I. WI' DISTKll l
Muriel "I K MM)
]    Tuki in,I,,.-uuu .Inliii Khjii ..I   IVoaa
Take unii.-.'   that   Thu  I'rowi Nesl na nut'tiei    Istuapply Iiirsapccivl
 , I Pass Lumlwr I'o.. Ltd., of Wawlner. B. ilmtsw Uinu* ovw Uw loltowms  ilcscrl I   KXAMINWTIONS for INSPECTOItS
malinger. Inleiids lo applj   lur permls- c „ |ntpnas to upplv for a special timlier '""''* "I   STKAM BOlLKliH   \.M>
•  '"    '"   »'«   ' ""-■   ''"'; .' the'following   «*er  a±TL7m?&JX ZrTS *?£Z MAt'HINKUV.
'I'lbcll hllllll ,1,111,1-: i..,.,..,. x„ .   ;„„i  ipurkcil   Mirllii-iial
(,'iimiuenelng at a |sist iduntcil at the |    f„uu«.«>.,»,iiu nt  ;i   imsi   planteil   20 |swt el llccu," Ni
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT.
limtrici ol Kooteaay.
Take notiee imu 1 Victor A,
UuUlna, ..( Cranbrook. hotel-
keeper, Intend t.> applj for per-
mission   in  ui.uiu  a  s|saelul  timber
land III Southeast K-iHiienaj. »■■■■■ i""- limine l.l,-c Sua. ami Mirkd awiimsi r»rn«   lien.-.- ,„,.,• ;|„. l,,li„«i„,.   uc-,r,be.
i n Inir at a nost nluuted aboul     (.'iiiiimeneing at a tswt planted al the     <-„i»i,,i,.,i,.liig   ,i   i   ,„,.,  nlanteil   -'n i-n ,n in-,-n. ■ k„ t  Uieucc wi-si iwi chsliia    "PXAMINATIiiN'S fnr the laislll *t',
 in m in. «i .t!"'' I-                                                 I      i                           ..iimi. ii. mi. ,ii ,i   pusi  |. i.in.      -'       ,                                                        isiui-:   Commencing at a pn»i planted
halt a mile south of the soiithoasl  - uortliwusi corner "f I'm  Ivelly s pre   ui , (), Ml|   ^ , N    ... ,,„ ,||H    .... ,, hsns.m.  nai cl      L.   i,,-,..,! i >,.-.„,, boilers   and «        *~r>
t,»,.„r mvllconeeappllc.it Ion No. II in)  survey un Pour Mi reek. L,|llh  , ,„,,,„  „   , ,„   ,.-„„;    ,,,..„.... I"'" «"'»»«"«'»'•■»'« "' "'»'""""■ M....}, i .....v. under the Steam  Boilers <"»•>•««« sl°" ° "»•' ****'"< '""••
in l in nil iiiinn  ii| i n i,                                 i                    .                                             a n   iiiiiinii.i, ,\   in   i.i,i    ll.lll.   iiiinn ment ami coiiwlulng HIO seres, mom or lc«i.                                                              inllea linn. luiuttt-Jl. and one mil.-  i-u.i
 n»>'«'>'l 'wlli'" ' ' ' "'l  ""'. north 40 chains, thence oasl .nl,,,,,,, 4II ,,,„;„„. „„„„,.„,.., l.io cliutne .,„„„,■;       aspect Act, W)l. will beheldat the l(  m                       ,
' iiiiiii I-.ii cliitin>. thenco imwI I" r.uiuuti |eliittnn, tliouee nciutn Ml iMiuflw, thoueu  .i,,,,.,.,.. .,,,,.-1, iu tihutnn thenee etui IfiQ *M:,V :l"li,• IM                                     *M 1 ai-liuniciit lliilldmtfs,   \ ietorui, cum-
The
It HM) elmlns, them asl In elmim-.
ihoucQ inn-ill Uui ulmlns, thence west \,l
ultttilltH t(l |>oin1 nf c-iuimellfeiuelit.
.luniuir.v (Ith. UK)7.
I.l 1'. .leliM'll.   Locator
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typewriter of over 300,000
operators and has, during
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the Smith Premier
Typewriter is recognized as the greatest improvement in modern typewriter construction- yet in
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UUANHUOUK LANIi UIKWKICT.
Disiriui or Koolonny.
Tukt) noi.i'u ihiu inl« SwiiIoh. ol WyclilTe,
r . •ii'iii|ii.iiiiii lumboriimn, Internta lo »i>i>ly
[or n sii-'i'itil llmbor Mctmee ovor iln- following
ileaorlboa Inrnbt:
I iilhtniii.'itu nl it (Hill  I'liinlr'l Ull'hHlni. WO»l
■unl in i'liuins loutli of llio norili woil oornor ol
Un-   IClliK  Thiiln'f   l.k'Oiii'O  No.  sum   llieuct.
nuiii ttdoliutioi: lliunco »«*si mi i-iiuios. tlioiice
iiorlli AO chalni; thonoo enslWolmhm io nolui
•1 coiiiineiu'Qiitoiil   mul uoutultilng rVtu nurui
mil'--<n-Irs-.
Otli Stlll'k'i
M.iy,:;inl. HHH. •£
inun-. thouce Moutb id i-littiiits, tl
.'I'-sl   2ll l'llilill>   ttl     |)Ot||t     Ol     I'HIIIIU.'I	
mu ut, innl rottliilnitiK civilly norefi mwi
John K. Lklitirus
Utttctl Muv 8, 11)07
I'KANHHOOK I.ASK UISTKICI'
Dlntrlol nf Koolonny,
Tuna iiotlvo ili«t Otis Smple-i, cl Wyohlfo.
ii. 1'.. ocoiinntlon   IninUertimn,   Intoinli   lu
upltly for it speolttl tlinb-jr liuoiioa ovor tlio
folluwiiiK rtesortlioil lamln:
I'liitiiciit'iiiK ni u pott plutiMHl Kiotmliih *'">i
nl il (irtUwi-nt oornor ol lliu Kiug Tlmbor
Liconoo n'o.-:<i;h; tUenco eustKU utmlnMi tUonco
north BOi'lmltiK! thouce west hu ohulns; thence
south ••iiiiinins 10 point of com .1101.1.01110111, nnd
i-omitlntnK (MO norni, mora or loan.
litis suplos.
Muy-Mnl. mir. 33
CRANBUOOK LAND DISTRICT,
District nr Kootonay.
Tulti' not tuu tlml Duvlil Hruukunriilyu
ol WiU'ilnui*, ll.i .. IuiiiIhtiihiii. Intuniln
in iipi'l.v fnr a s|ioiinl tinilier lluunui-
nvi'i' ilir lull,.win- iIuhui'iUmI IuiuIh:
i.'niiinii-iii-iiio hi it |)osi [il an toil ai the
north went uonier nf Ltmbur lluenoo <i4ii4
tht'iu'c wont M) ehains, Lltunee nouth \t'*t
luiiny. thunuo uani -tu uhalus, tlionuo
lliil'lll hU) rlmillh tn tin- pnint of uoin-
nueniBiit ami nuiiainiDu 1140 ituron
more or Ions,
Duviil r.r.'i-it.-ni'iiloe
May 4th, IU07. :'l
i'li .\NIIKihi:
i< f.AN 11
lilSTitli'T.
Tnko notlco Uml
ICmmn -ii
will  of  Wunli
It, c, willow latum
la to upply
for i»ormIks.ni
imri'lntsc Un' f.illiM
vlnii ilcscrl
Iml luml:
C'ommenclunni it
posl plain
cil ai  the son
ivosl I'oraerol Lol
i   Uroup
1   Kiioioimy 1
hiei. Llumi' ml
i >o cbiilii
-   Hint. hm
i'liiiins. thoiii'c nori
ll HI) rliiiin
$, theneu worn
I'llllillS 111 |llll||| lift'
om.ni'HH'1
n.'iii, nmlconu
; LAND IHSTItHT.
•t of Kontumiy.
T.tko
r Hint i'otor Lmnl o( Wanlnur, K
C.(occiipntlon Luiiibcimini. Intomls to nppl;
lorn special llmlior lleenso ovor the followlni
ileserlhotl lumls
Commouolnif at n posl plunteil ut tho north
wosl corner ol Lol 1*1. Group 1, Ihunco iouih *•
i'liuins. ilifiii'i1 wr-t >o i-liuins uiori" or loss i>
thu Kust Itoiiiioiir.v of Jewlll'spiiri'hnso.lhetin
north stl ehulns more or lens to the smith |ln>
nf Lot I, Uroup 1. tlienee eusl to lho soiithctih
comer of Lot I Group I. thenco north to ib
south line of Lot i, Group I, tliuneu east t<
pniiit nf coinmuucQuiGnt, mul coutainlnn nbou
CIIANIIHOOK I.ANH niSTUUT.
in.siriet of Kootunuy.
Take nnticu thnt Otis suples. of Wyellffu.
H.c, ocuapatlon, hiuiljeruiiiu, Intuiuls lonp
ply font ipoelal limber lleuuca ovor tbi*follow
IliK iloscrlbuil lumls:
'ommeneing si a pout plnutvil nt the south
si cornor of tha Kuslon Timber Licence No
:t'j:tii; iliotit-e wost 80 chains: tlieneo north hi
imlnl. thenee en«t 80 ehnlns: thoneo south ft
IikIm*. to point ot commencement, ami eoatnlii'
ni: 'in" neres, more or less.
oils Staples.
Miivi-Mli. IlHir. 'i
theuee north 40 uhalns, theuce east 100
rhaiiis in tin' point of eoinmenuuniunl
uml contain tug 640 acres mope or less,
The Crows N'eal t'atis Lumbar Co., Lul
Juinox McLaren, Agenl
May'iml. liKIT. -'I
oroorleas . „ „     ....   .   ,,    ,.     miles from UoaKeU, ami one mile eai»t
loimFwin      Inspeetlou Act, lt«U. will Iwh.'hlai ihfi   .   ......     ...       ..
joim r.w in,   |     i .... of  llillutni-  timber  licence,   theuee
■•■'■  I'm unii.'tit   tiillilIntro.   Victoria, .-om-
north 80 chains, thenoe eaal ^o el»n,n*
hencu -nuiii 80ehains, theuce wo
Imiiis to jHiint of commencement,
.   . I north 80 chains, thenoe east SO elmlns,
moiH'Inii on  N outlay June 24th,  I00i.
'thenco -nut i HO ehains, theuce wes   mj
Nesl  l»iw.s I,ti
iii.a.
thenci
fUAXIUtOOK I.ANIi DISTUICT
Dlstrtot ni Kooteuay,
Take notice thai  Thu Crows  NV-t I -„0l.-t;nt,s iiimu^ smiih in chiVlns io iiotni
l'n- LumhorCo,, Mil., of Wartlner. It.  eomuiom-o'.iiunt.anileimtuiiiliiKiiiiiiu-u-H.m
t'.. im.Mills to apply forn sjieuial timber ,,r 1("
lleenee over ihu foUowlnir tlnscrlheil Pftu Jcusoi
,      , May U0, Um;.
lumls: j.	
Commencing at a posl   pluntetl  2(1
ohalns wesl of mile [hjsI N*o, 4ontl
i UtANUIUHlK LAND UISTI1H T. | .      ,,     ., .;     .       . ,
DUtrloi of Koolensy ! A |>plIration and lustriietton torn.
Take nnitva Uiutt'etor Jentsoii of Wuwi is- bo  lia.l on application  to  the uiul.-.-,    .  .        ,
..k   u-i,.,  Tl„t i,.i     is, ii. ..i «»M.tii ,  ,,,,.,',.,   ,i.,. romner must bu 1 tuiutof? 040 acres more or h.„.
ctl pa tiou, prospector,  nm-n.l-  in upplv   [ol  ll I "iJjUUO, io \. nuoi    tin     tin in. i    mu  i   <.>•   ,
-iH.iui tiinii.T UcuiiKo ovoi tlm foiUmin-j lies   uutumcil, corri'ctly fillcil In.  uot  later \ tutor A, Roll in
cribed lands; I Ihan June 17th.   Salaries.*110and MIS     Duted Muy Uth, 1007.
pott planted ut tho north-  per month,
,,.,„.' JOHN   i'Ki K. |_ _	
Chief his] tor nf Muehluui
lo New Westmlnstir, 1
CKANHROOK LAND DISTUICT.
District of Knokniiy.
Tnko initio.' thai Duvlil Breckunrtdue
of Wurilner. Il.('., lituthormau, intuiuls
to apply for a special tinibor licence
over the following described lumls:
Commonelng at u post plunteil at the
south wosl corner of timber licenoe ucm
and on the north line of tlmbei lluence
01102, thoncu nortli Iti elinin-. thenee
east 40 eliuins, thence north to chains,
thenco west 80 chains, thenee south I"
'linins. ihonco wosl 4ii eliains,  ihuticc
outh 40 ehaius, thom usl ho chains
o the poini of commonceniotil and eon*
uiiiino iiiii ueres more or less.
David Itreekenriilo'c
Mny Unl, 1U07. 21
mth hotttulary nl  Lot   IS0U,   thonco
smith 81) ehuins. thetiee west HO eliuiiis.
thonee north KO chains, thence eusl  80
ehuins io place of commencement and
loiiininiii-j Mo acres more or less,
Tho fiows Nusl i'uss Lumber Co., Mil,
Juuies McLaren, Atfenl
Mu.\ 2nd, 100", l'l
CJUANHItOOK LAND IUSTI.H.T.
District of Kootenay.
Tnho nolle.' Unit Otis Slnplos, of WyclKTo, II.
C... oceupnllon, lumhoruinn, Intends to apply
forn spectnl timher licence ovor tho (ollowliuj
dencrlbed inmlsi
CominuucliiK ut n post phmted nt the north-
wi-si corner of thu Kaston Timher Lleenee No
IWHI; thenco north SO chslns: thenee west HO
i-liuins: thenre south 80 chains; thenee esst 8C
i'liuins io point ol commencement, nnd con-
tiifnlnii mo neres, more or lens.
Otis Ktnplon.
M;iy-J.-.ili, 1007, £
Pcio
it
Dated .linir Dili
OKANHHOOK  LAND DlsTIMrT.
Dislriel or Kooteuuy.
TiiUe notii-c iluu Thoinii- .\. llulril. of Uhlp-
inun. New llrutiswlek oceupnllon lumberinun,
intends to npply for a special timher licence
over the following described hinds;
Commenelmiui n post planted ut the norlh
east corner of LotiWfil, Uroup I, Koolenny Dis
Uiil, tlienee south  U10 Chains, thenco eust  H
CUANItl.OOK LAND DISTUICT.
District of Kootenay.
Tnko notiee thn! nth, staples, of Wyollffe, ll,
r., occupation, lunibermau, Intends lo apply
for a spreiul Umber licence over the followlnij
lleserilieil lumls:
Cominonelng ai u post plnuteil at the sonde
IVOSt eorner of the Kuslon Timber lleenee N'n.
StKfi): thonee wost Hn ehuins: thenee south 80
elniins: thonee enst *i ehains: thence north
to chains to point of iiuieneement. uml con-
miiiiiiL' 'Hi' neres. more or less.
Otis Slupli's.
MsyS.Mll. IMH. -.':i
t'UANimnoK LAND DISTUICT.
District of Kooteuuy.
'rake notice thai Otis Staples, of Wycliffe. ll.
C., occupation, Lumborioun, Intends to upply
for h  speeiui Umber lleenee over lhe followinil
lleserilieil lumls:
Commoiielngiita post plutited ut tiie northwest corner of the Kaston Timber Licence No,
rttsWi thenee north so eliuins: ihenee unat si1
elmlns: thenee south 80 chiilns; thoneo wost hii
chains io point of commeneement, and contain
Iiik IHO neres, more or less.
nils siuples.
Muyj.Mh. itHi;. n
chains to point of conimcncemeut, nnd ennlaln
Ing HIO ueres more or less
ThomnsA. Htilrd
CKANUUOOK LAND DISTUICT
iei ineneo souui  i»u .mnuiB, nit,,.,  ,...n, ... i District of Kootonuy
itilns. thenee nortb IBO ehnlns. thenco west to     Tnko notice that John ¥■ lirldgcs, of Crun-
 '  '"'"     brook,   oec.npnlion    Lumberman,   Intends   Iii
upply for a speeial timlier licence over the   foi
. lowing described lands:
1 ]   i lotnmeuclnti ut u pnst plunteil iochrtian sntu ii
of the sotltheiist eorner nr Lot tt&JH, thence oiidi
loo ehains. tlieneo south lh ohnlns, thenee wesi
10 ehuins. ili.-noe south H<) ehuins. theliee wesl
'.ll eliuins. thenee north 80 eliuiiis. Ihenee west
in rhaiiis, theuce north to chains to point of
commencement, uiul cnntiiltitnu 500 acres, moru
nr less.
Joint K. HrldjMM
Dated Muy 38lh, IlKI", j:i
Duted Miiyillith  llHtt.
CHANltUOOK LAND DlSTKICP.
DISTUICT OK KOOTtlNAV.
Take notiee lluit Williutn Nelson ol Wurilner
oceupnllon labourer Intends to upply  for permission I" pnrcbnso the following deserlheil
Coiumenclnn ai a post plunteil nt ihe north-
enst corner of Lot OHIO, thenee north sn eliuins,
thenee west io elmlns, thence soulh 80 ehnlns,
thenee cast Iii elinliiH to point ofcommcncemoni,
anil contnluing :W0 acres, more nr less.
William Nelson.
Dated iluuu Hth, 1007. i\
CJRAM1HOOK  LAND DtSTUttT
lli-liietof Kooteuuy.
'I'uke notice that W. A. llolliiis. of
(Jrtinhrnok. occii|iatioti hotolkeopori
intends lo upply for a s|i«ciiil timber
licence over lhe rollowiny iIopitIIhhI
luuds:
Ootuinenciii(j ut n posl planted one
nml ono luili miles distant nml iu u
southerly di rout Ion fiom Lol moo on
Si. Mury- rivei uml one milo nml n half
Inun eu.-i lino of l.ol  1502,   Ihem asl
sti chains,   thence  south  K0   clialns,
Ul0111*0 wesl stl chains, thei north   «U
chains lo poinl of commencement. ami
cotitiilnlny 'Mil acres more or loss.
William A Iluu I tol I Ins
Dated Muy 21'. 11107, L'l
CRANHROOK LAND DISTKKT
District of Koolonny.
Take notice thai W. A, Rollins of
Cratilirook oetmpation hotelkoeper
intends to upply torn speeiui timher
licence ovor the tollowlnfi descrihed
lanils:
OnnimoniiliiM ul « I""-1 I'1""1''11 l""'
Kiiiloni! hull nilloa illslunt i'"1'   I"   "
Moiii.hcfly illi I'"" <>■>">* l'"1 li*""1 ""
St. Mm ys rlvor nml ""!'' "Ml1" ln*lf
rrom IM li' I I.ot WIIM, lilimiim wont
(to uhitltis: thoin'o Btnitli Hll c.IiuIiih; tl e
oiihI, 80 iihulnm ll.unuo nortli 80 iiIiiiIiih
nipiiliitnl I'lii'oniont, nml rontuln-
i„ir iHO ni'i'iw, iiioro or lom.
IVllllain A1 Imi Knllilla.
Mny II l'1""' "'
Cordwood for Sale.
I mn prop-trod in supply, good11
ilry stovo wood, in itn.v longtlior
qunntUy.     Neiivo orders   with
G T, Ropors, lho -rroonr, Beale
*™wo"- R. a Baron
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
Tuke notice tlmt The Crows NoM
I-'ush l.iimliei-Co.. I.i.i.. or Wurdiier, li
{'., inteuils touppl.v forUi*pcciul timher
llconcn over the rollnwlnu desurihed
lauds:
Comiiiencltiy; ul a post phtuled 20
ohalns west aud UO cliuius north of ihe
northeaat corner or tinilier licence N'o.
110-m.   thonee west   WO elniins.  ihenee
south 40 chuins. thei usi HIO uhalns,
thenee nortii 40chuins to the poinl of
commencement und oonttilninjf 040
acres more or loss.
Tho Crown .Nesl Puss LumhcrCo.. Ltd,
.lames Mel.ureii, Ayent
Muy Unl. 1H07. 2\
GUAXBROOK LAND DISTRICT
Districl of Kooteuuy.
Tuke  notiee  that   Til*   Crows   Nest
I'ass l,itmherCo.. Ltd., of Wardner, It.
C, inl ends to apply for a special tinilier
■ti iver the  following descrihed
UKANBROOK LAND DISTUICT.
District of Kootenay.
Take notice that The Crows Nest
I'uss LumhcrCo., Ltd nf Wardner, It C.
inteuils to upply lot1 * special timber
lleenee over the followtiiH! described
lauds:
I'omuioncinjf at a post planted '-'i'
ehuins west of Mile I'osl No. •"> on tho
south Houndury ol Loi 4500, ihonee
south 80 clialns: thenee wesi so chuins:
thenee uorth HO chains: theuee eusl sol""
chiiiim to plat I oonttueucomenl  ami
contalnluji 040 neres more or luss,
Tlie Crows Xest I'uss Lumber Co.,
Ltd.
May ^nil 1007.
1*1 -lames McLaren A-renl.
CKANUUOOK l.ANU DISTRICT,
District o! Kooteuuy.
Tiii-i' iiMll'i' tlml I'l'lfr.k'llMiii. ul   Wu mi.  OU
i(Hitton, |iMia.|>ii-ii)i'. iiiit'ii.K i.i upply furt
■iviui iitiiini ilcetiHU uver lliu followlllK ili'ti
lli.'li hunts
Coiutnuiicttiu <n ,i imnl  planteil nboul 30
lUlllH liillltl Ol ill.'   ul Ii  nl  r-iritiiKi rri'.'l;
IPIIL'H suiilli • I I'lllll Uui  l III'IU'I' VVOHt 10 ill 111 ll-
IN THK I'ni'Nl"\  I'ul'IM  DI'   KAST
Kimi'1 I.N.W   ItOLUKN AT i KAMiKi'i'K
in Probnto
I-U tlml ..ii iiu' -.Hi ilrt)
t.r.l.'i.'.l t,\ V  ¥.  WllMUi
HiUtl i'iiii tini Juioed
, onii'iul Atliulniitniior
Couni) ol  Kootomi)  111
 ml illstrtci oJfriiiibrirtik
itiliiilnl»irntor ol nllunUKlngulurof ilmi'i
i' ut Antonio li i rr,uiiii'.i.ik
iWlV   ll.'1-.llll     lU.t.'hll'll   tl.   l|,.'l|.'I.M„..|    h    M
ilni to iiiilo inivifi-iii fnrtliwlili t.i iln' umlor
- nl. uml t'oilUllllltlK nu
i KANMI.iimK  I.ASH IHSI'lJliT
liKirn i ni Kootonuy
Mlii'liulln'lhtu 11, iloimni. nl VVusil ..i'.u|i;i-
II  1 IHTlni    inii'ii.lst,M.|.|,lv mi HHlKTlllI
illPI'lll'l'IKU   hut   Mi.-   roltowlllH   ih-M*i lli.'il
ll:
iililini'lli'llimil ll linsl |i|iitlli'<l ill   tin-  limiil
i  cornor of Tlmbui   Meoiwu  So.  I. uiul
moo small liictuilns: tliotu-u ensl i Villus;
•lieu nortli lUclinln-ti ilicni'i' ivosl hm I'luiliu
iioiiit iir.'Kiiiin.' in.'in. nmi I'liutiilulnu ''I'
 '!.■-,,
I'l'l.'l'.ll'll-l'll.
Muv IH'. iutir, ■;;
rUANHlMHK  I.ANll IMSTI.'liT.
...n AnuHtron
it ponton nf tli
.. ...-ii
fever; pennn hiwliin lu possi
liinuliiK lu tlifileeeiwi-il Isrcuu
imili'l-flKlU'tl
elithn ui- ItiliTi'Hl in UioilMilli
lull- ut Ull .l.'.-'-.i-i-'l Is I'l'ipllll
111.' 1st itUJ   nl   .lllU   IIUXI   '**■ '
i vMt«Uotlieniiih<n>1ii I
millreHSuiul ilu-full pur nul"
llltcli'M.   II
Mloni'lTei'tv im.
re.ltoniilir.vitn
sun  Imi nm nil}
inun nl Ui.'  i's
,i mmuni lufiin
vi«ii'i.-.i kuor
mil
III   •
.   If I
A ft'-1
il I-
I .In
Wtlloll Ill'HllUl
Diiti'it nt l
ui! witli llie Uli
rcKiiul in Uioh
illVi'lUHl Blillri'
itiitiKiu. nn- nn
Dim
Till,.'  o.itir.   Hi
ui'iilioii   llllilllil
of Kn
l.ilin Kwin. of Wusl,   oc
cuiimoiiinilyforuHia-i'liil
tlio lUllnwIiiK ilewrilio.l
NnTicr:  ru   rsi.Ks  ne    LAWN
SI'.KV'tfK.
Waler must noi he used for lawn
purposes from tho hour of 1) a.m. to !t
p.m. mi and urter .Inn.' Ut, 1007,
Oruuhrook Water Supply ('ompany.
Limited.
CRANRROOK LAND DISTUICT.
ilisirict of Kootonay.
ComiaoticltiK nl  u  posl  plunteil on tlio wqr|
(loinidtiry of lot No ilim.  nml  uiurlioil souili-
['iwi cornor pusi nt lilccuse So i. Lliunco west
Take   notice   Ullil    The   Crows     Ni>t [ *"'""i»*: ili.-H.'.' ui.i-11. 10,'imiiis: ll..'.., usl
Cass Lumber Co.. l.td.or\Vurdn.!.-,lt.C. I !/lt« ttZ"^.!™^
intends to apply   for  tt  spuclul   limber  eo lenecmenl.iiiiili.'oiitniiifiii'iilDHcres. more
lieeuee over Hie  following  descriheil | ov Ivh
lumls:
Cntunionciuir ui a post planted 2<t
chains west of Mile Cost No. It on the
suulli Htm of Loi 15110, thence south so
chains: thenci-wesl SO eliains: thenee
north SO chains: thence east so rhaiiis
to the poini of commencement and containing 040 ueres more or less.
The Crows Nest Cuss Lumber Co.,
l.nl.
May 1st 10117.
2\ .lames McLaren. Agent
Commencing ul a post planted at tl
northwest eorner of timlier licence No.
0000, thei  west  40  chains,   thence
south Din ehuins, thetiee east 40 chain;
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenai'.
Tuke notice that Arthur 11. Kcnwick
I of  Korl   Steele,    British   Columbia.
Uiineher intends to apply for a speeial
timber licence over tho following ties*
'ibed land
thenee north'liin chains lo'thJ |mInTof     Commencing ul a post planted at tl
.    - ..       Hnnl.1i  u>nil  ,.,«.-.., ie   nti'     K..1I..,'.    ,„■
Diumeneemetil    and    coutaluing   tin
neres more or less,
Tlio Crows Nest I'ass Lumber Co., Ltd.
■lames McLaren. Agent
May 2nd, 1007. 21
Quong Yuen Company
Cranbrook, B.C.
Hop Yuen is no longer a partner of
the above Company aud said t 'nuipnny
is not liable for debts incurred by -mid
Hop Yuen. All debts owing said Ijrm
arc to hu paid to (vhiong Yuen (lorn puny
Dated May 21st. 1007.
'JI Han Qnan, Mu linger
LMI'OUTANT NOTICK.
Dleaso take notice thut  on and aftor
.h   1st.   100';.   the  time   Iimii   ol  all
conversation ou the Company* long
distance lines shall be live lulmilcs.und
one half rate extni for every live
minnies or fraction thereof after the
lir-l live minutes.
Cranlirook Telephone Co.. Ltd.
Corporation of the City of
Granbrook.
nv-t.AW no. :.
,\ liy l.iiw liiiiioshiK ii ilni: lui unit for tlio
Ohlillillstilim nf U I'miinl uml Uio ri'Kllliitiou
tlicrcof.
Public Notion is lioroliy idvon toownorsol
iIoks wtio tiavo not jrol imiii tlie Oily i|i>k tux
tlmt on mnl ufter tlio tlrst dny of,Inly, liW. tliu
urovlHlnim   of   llio   nbuvti   Ily-Kuw will ho
STItKTI.V KNI'OltCKII.
TlioH. Koliorts,
CltyOtorlc,
CIIANIIHOOK LAND DISTKtOT,
DlHlrlot of Kootonuy,
Tnlo- notloo UiHi ,1.1-1, llrlilKOf of Clri'iiliront.
n.c. Mill Msiut«itriiitoiiilKi()Hii[ilyforaH|ioelii
■liiiiii'i* iii'i'iin- „vcr tin* followinit  iloHrriluiil
  ll   in
tllliUK, Lllfll Olrtt HO ctllllllS, llll'l  south   u
iiiiiiis. iiii'iu'i* wont liJOohtthM, iiii'i north
linins in Lho poinl ol romtneiu'emoiil uiul eon-11
tnlnlnj; Uto ncri's iiiiiii- nr less mhjooi  l«> t
■It-lioi iif lhi'uwiicin nt t.nls  li'.   RJ00, Tflflil,  ii
HI IKI.
Mny'JIst. KHir,
John I' Itrlilffe
tt'2l
OUANUUOOK LAND DISTUICT
District of Kootenay.
Take notice that The Crows Nest
I'ass Lumber Company. Ltd.. of Wardner, ll.C, intends to apply for : speeial
tinilier licence over the following deserlheil lands:
('omtiiiiicing at a post planted at the
smithwosi corner of timber licence No,
'2'A'A,   Ihenee   solltll   40   dial IIS,   tlienee
cast Kill chains, tlienee nortli 10ehains.
thenee wesl ion eliains to the poini of
eommi'iii'enieni ami containing *»4U
ueres more or less.
The Crows Nest Cass Lumber Co., Ltd.
James McLaren, Agenl
April Until, 1007. 21
n Soutli west enrner of J*. Kolloy's |
emplioti survey ou Four Mile (reek.
thence south :to ehaius; thenee wesl 110
chains: llience norili 70 ehains; tlience
east 70 i-liuins; llience south 40 chains:
thence cast 40 chains to place of commencement and containing (140 acres
more or less.
Arthur H. L-'enwlok.
May .'inl 1907. 21
NOTICK.
Notice is hereby given that thirty
days after date I intend to apply to the
Chief  Ci lissiuner   of    Lauds    and
Works at Victoria, H. C, fom licence
to pros peel for coal nud petroleum mi
the following doHerlboil lauds, situute
in llloek 4509, Southeast Kootenay,
Hrltlsh i olumbla: Canada:
I.i Commonelng al a post plant oil
adjacent in the Southeast corner of
I'. Cameron's elaim. Lot WWII, ami
being the North-west enrner of ,loti
Tannhauser local ion. thenue east eighty
chains, llionco south eighty chains.
thenee west oighfychaliis, theneu north
eighty chains to plu i' beginning,
containing 040 acres more or less.
Located this Mth day of .Muy. 1907.
.loo Tannhauser, Locator,
(ieo. M. Judd, Agent.
(2.) Commencing al a post plauted
adjacent to the northeast corner post
uf J. li. Cordon's claim, Lot 0005, uml
boing the Initial or norlli-wenl corner
post of \V. M. Vlolntt's locution tlienee
east ulghty chains, ihenee smith eighty
chains,  theuce   west   eighty   chains,
them rtli eighty chains to place <>(
bogltinliig, containing 0(0 acres more
or loss.
Located May IMh. 1007.
\V. M, VMolett, I ntor.
Ceo. M.Jii.hl. Agetil.
i.'i. i t 'onnneiieiiig ul a post phmted
adjacent in lhe south-east corner of M.
Langley's elniiu. Lol  11007,  and  being
CRANBUOOK LAND DISTUICT.
Histiict .if Kootenay.
Take notice thut I William S. Cell nf
i Iranbrook, Veterinary aurgeou, intend
to apply lor pcriuissinu to obtain »
special timber lieeuee ovor the following described lanils:   »'ommenolug ui u
post plunteil mi in,. Little Movie Hiver
uboul throe mile- -..um, ufCioalmll, ami
olle      Utile      eiMl     ,,|     HlllllirOs    lllllliel
licence, thoiiee went 80 chains, thunuo
north 80 ehulns, thenee easl *o ehnlui,
thenoe south ni chains to point of com*
inetieemcut, contalnleu 040 acres morfl
or les-.
William s tteii
DtttOtl M;i> «1l..  I'.M7 P.'
j   CKANUUOOK  LAND DISTUICT
Districl ot Kootenay.
Take not that 1 Rtlward Covoll, ul
Moyio, prospector, lntoml to apply inr
purmlssiou in ulitafu a special timber
licence over the hillimltiM described
lauds;   Comiueiicin-- ut u post   pluuleil
mi the Little Moyie Itlvor al t   three
mile* southwest ol Coutfell, and one
Utile east ..I Hilliar.ls licence, theuee
south SO ehuins, thence eust so chains,
thonco nortli SO chains, thenue wesi su
ehains to pnint nf commencement, eim*
milling 04U acres more or less.
ICttwurd t ovell
Dated Mas 0th, 1!H'7. l«
Water Clauses Consolidation Act
LAND NOTICK,
Take nolico ihal sixty day- a iter date,
I the undersigned, intend to apply to
the Chief Coiumlssionur of Lauds uml
Works ai Victoria, I.. C. for permission to purchase ihe following described
I .amis in Lasl Kootonay:
Commencing al a posl planted on the
eastern boundary of Lot No. 3HB, 80
eliains north of tho South-oast cornel
of the-aid Lot ami running north Sti
chains, theuce east 40 chains, llience
south 80 ehulns, thence wesi forty
chains to place of commencement.
Dated April 17th.. 1907.
Hi Fred. \V.   Burgess
On A M3 ROOK  LAND DISTRICT,
District of Kootenay.
Take notice ihal I Harry Dhumock.
of Moyie, customs ollleer, lot cud lo
apply for permission to obtain a special
limher licence over l he following descriheil lands: Commencing at a post
planted   on the  Little Moyie   Hiver.
about  tin  miles from (lontfoll, and
om- mile oust rrom Milliards timber
licence, thence west SO chains, theuce
south 80 chains, thonee east so chains,
ihence norlh SO cliuius io poini of commencement, containing 040 acres more
In iln.- matter nl uppHculloi
Section 27 nf the said Act U\ il
Kooteuay Cower uml Light CoinpatiJ j
Limited [holders ol Keeord Nn. 101 for
25,000 inches of Waler mil ,.i ihe Sl.
Marys River granted flic Sth. day oi
Mny 1U0H) tor permission i" change the
point iii diversion uml the course of the
iliteheB and ilutnos, to points near the
head of the Uoek Canyon uboul half u
mile up river rrom i In- Canadian
Paoillo Rail wuy llrhliro o'er ihe St.
nt Wyclillc.
• near theie
CRANBROOK LAND DISTUICT.
District of Kootenay.
Tuke notice that Arthur It. Fenwick
of    Port    Sleele   British   Columbia..                                 ,
Handier intends toapply ror a special j    Datud-Mny Hth, IU0:
timber liconce over the following des-  	
,,    , .      , CHANltUOOK I..V.V
orlbed lands:—
Commenoing at a post planted -10
chains north of J he Southeast corner of
Lot ti'o.'l Croup 1. Kootenay district,
tbence east 80 chhitis: thenco south 80
chains: thence west 80 ehuins: thenee
north Sll chains: to the pnint of coin-
uioneemotit and containing 040 acres
more nr less,
Arthur H. Fenwick,
Muy :ir.l 1907. 21
Unrvx Di k
NOTICK.
Notiee is hereby giveu  that thirty
days after date I  Intend to upply to
tho Chlof Commissioner of Lands and
KANimOOK |,.\N|i IHST1.ILT.
nisiri'-i .'f Kntitoiiuy,
Tuko notlco ihul .lolin F. ItrldKes nl Omn-
brook, it. c. Mill Mn linger. Intoiuta to upply for
a special liiniiiT llronue over tbe following <\r**-
criliL'il IiiuUb,-
Cotnniunclnn ntii post pliiutoilui llm north-
cast eornor uf Lot ilCW, tliutice soutli |(Uiulmlns,
iliL'ui'c cast 4u i'liiiins. llii'iii'i' north till) ohulns.
theueo wesi 40 uliulns to tbo point o'.ei noneo-
ment innl (>oit till nl nti HIO ueres move or less,
■lolin I'. llrlilKOs.
Muy '>rA, um;. m
CKANUUOOK oANIJ IMS'l'liir't.
Ulstrlet oi Kooteuuy.
ThUo tiotfcc that JoUti K.  iti'Mk'i- "t Cran
brook, ll.C Mill Miumgei'intends in npply ror
a slice till iin * Iteoilfe over On- followlngdos-
iiihcil lumls:
Cotniueiit'liig at ii post plumed
Mary.-
H.C.
Take notice thul the said upplleation
has been IIled und maj !"■ seen ill m>
olllee in ihe ( ii\ ol (Ifitii brook and I but
objeel Ion thereto shall he lllod in my
suid otlice on or before the loth, day of
.lum* next, when n duy for hearing will
beset.
It is retptircd tlml this notice lie
published in four cotmecultvi weekly
issues of a uewspiipoi published in the
City nt Cranhrook and thut u co|»t\ of
lhis notice l.e served on all holders
of Waicr records and ovvuurs ol land
whose rights iun,\ he ctl'ecled In such
ihaiige.
Haled in Crunbrook, this Sth, <hi,\ of
Muv 1907.
■i. K. Armstrong.
Assistant Commissioner ol Land-ami
Works lor the Southern  Division ofl
Las; Knolonuv
CHANBnoOK LAND DISTUICT.
",l,,|'j District ul Kootenay.
'-In.....
Tuko notice thai I. .lolin r\ llritlgcs
of Cranlirook, \'<A'., mill manager, lute ml   in  appU    inr   a   special   timber
licet  .nc the following   lleserilieil
lands:
Commencing ill a jiohi pi am cil U0
chains m. ih ol the southeast corner of
my former liconce application Sa. t
advertised Om in the H.C. C.iuzette ol
l^ebt'iiarj -1st, 1007, being appioxl*
imitciv li'iO chains east und 00 chuius
south of llie Houthuast eoruer ot Lot :::'.s
thenco east 40 ehains, thence south ^l
huitis, llience west l'-'O chain-. Ihenee
imri h 49 ehuins, I hence eusl so chuius,
thence north lu ehulns to the point of
eonimeiiconieul ami containing 040
acre- more nl' less.
,1 oii n 1. Hridges
May 1 Tl li. IU07. -      L't
I.V-
CRANBUOOK LAND DISTUICT.
Hisli let of Kootenay.
Take notice Unit Monroe I'. He \Voll
ot Uonuers Kerry. Idaho, occupation
Ihnher cruiser intend- lo apply fur a
special timber licence over the following desurihed hinds:
Commenciug at u post planted on tbe
norlh bank of the South b'ork ••( Cold
reek iilioni "J* miles in un easterly
direction from a post on the cast
Houndury of l.ol 4591 murked IMnt, 411c.
on the Vahk trail mi u bimneh of Colli
creek, tlience went   100  ehlllllS,   theliee
smith 40 chuins. thonoe easl 100 chains,
thence iimth 4U chains to the point of
eoiiimonceuicnl   ami    containing    oio
NOTICE.
Tn Margarui A. Lean, K.l. ford
Owen -lone- ami Fritz IteboUki, uud li
iin\ oilier part\ or piirllus in whom thi
al'oroaid   p'lsnu-   nmi     have    trans-1 ttL'ros mol ■ less.
lerre.l iii-or her intere-t   in  iiu-  "Tip Monroe 1'. De Well
Top" uml "Defender ' Mineral Claims      May"tli, 1907. -I
siinuie oii ihe divide between   Wasaj '■	
und  Dioritc creek- in tin- Fort Steel
Mining Division of Kast Kooteuuy  hi:
trim in Die Province of Urllish Colu
hiu:
'lake notice I hut you are hereby i e-
ijiih'eil within ninety days from the
lirst publication ol this notice to pay to
the undersigned the -um uf Light
hundred dollars being the amount expended hy him ou your Interests iu tlie
said mineral claims, -ince th.- your
liml. for assessment work
CUANBUOOK LAND DISTUICT.
District' ot Kootenay.
Take notice that Monroe |\ He Wolf
of ltuniier- Kerryi Idaho, occupation
timlier cruiser, Intends toapply lora
speeiui timber licence over the lul owing dcscribeil lands;
< 'UUlTtlellelt;e  at a  pUst  plutltfll OU  tile
uorth bank of the South Kork of Cold
creek al i   l'  miles iu uu   easterly
direction from a jhjsI on the easl botinil-
! ary of Lot 4o0l marked '24m, 4He, nn the
 -""mm. in.■■- .unii   (j„|,„,„>.,[.[...,K ftt „ pom, plunteil   m elituns
Wnrk-at Victoria. ll.C. fur a lleenee  nortIl „n,| m L,lmftlH ,.,,,, „, tna ,l0rth ,,,,!■ Ullvil|.,i
tu prospect for coal ami   patl'olonill on  eornor ol hoi tMiVi  tlieneo soutli isa cliuhi- j   , ,
""• <*>">»*■<><" '|"-"'' '•""|- *'<<"•*•<■ «*;;;;:;: rvr:"!!"'™',',,:'''^.';';*'™ -i "i."!i.'.-i.»ii iui.«. i..n.o >u.-i
Itt'iliatl l.'illllllltli:!. (,'llllllliu: f lUHH. I      'I'hia nnlii'u i- "ili'li   Illllll'l'   ai'l'ltllll    I
C iimilnir ill li ikihI   plmileil  nil-     , •' ■ i" n.,.i;-.-».    (i( |!m   \,Iih-i-hI  Am  Amoniliin'iil  Ai'i
1UIH1.
Daiinl ililaillli ilni "i May, A.I), l'"'~-
III Alex I'.ilaun    ,
And furlhoc Uikc iiotlce tlml  uulem  Yahh trail mi a liiaiiuli ol lliu flolil
will paymoiil Iniiotliui'with all mmsofILTeuk, theuce wesl 100ehnlns, theuee
1»  I'lllll    "iiiiiii    tllU   Hill''Llllllll 40 I'llllillS. llll'll 1I-!  IHU lilllilla,
.vim- lutuivuls 111 the sulil  thence north 10 chain! to the |i"ini nt
'■''""   I'lilllMii'lii'i-'ini'i'l     llllll     I'lilitllillillL'    IHO
Mnntiic I'  lh- Willi
Jin-cut iii Hie aiiiiilieiiai corner nt I
llliee'seliiini. l.nl N'n. II8IIK, mill   lieinu
iiiiii Initial ne Nni'tli-wesi corner post of
A. T. 1,'alilwcll  location, thoneo east
ilin tm
Mm ru., iim',
•m
IANIIIIihiK  l.ANU lils'l'li'll'T
lliatrli'liil Kuiili'liiiy,
TtiK'i'nulli'D tlml .lului r   llrtiliina ul Criili-
'illlity eliuiiia.   thonco   south   eighty briiok. II. c. Mil) MuniiKur Intciitlsui iipiily roi
i'liiiins,   ihenee    iveal    eifhlj    eliuins.   ««l I»l tl • licence over tlio rnllowliiK lies
Ihenee north eighty eliains to place of ,'1'1"'11 l,iml"
CKAXMIIIXIK  I.ANll IIISTKI
NOTICE.
'I'lilin notice tlml sixty daysafterileie
•c 1 itii.'inl lu .ippli to lhe L'h in I t'oininls-
sl inl t'nliiie l.iiiula ami  Worka at
iiniiriaii   Victoria H. C. for |iet'inlsalon i" pur-
Iiotr nn lie titan uie i.-lo acres  re ,,,   „, , ,,,  ,,,,,,   ,   siiwlnl iiiiiiu'i i !"■• "vr tl,,- t..ii.... im,- una.    .     ,        ,,
I,  nouiliiisit ronier nl Jnlin ft Hrliliio«e-|)ml tow(| Southeasl Kootenay.
'"'"-'•"'  iiiui...,- ii.^iie,. ii|.,,ii..uie.ii .iiiieii M,iy-iih. i'mi;. |   rm ,„,„,,,„., innioil nt tlie n i,      1*1.111 Inir at a posl  plnnleil ncur
l.iii'Steil May 13111, WIIT
A. 'I'. C.'ahl'voll, I inn'.
Hen. M. .Imlil. Akiui
(JHANHUOOK  I.ANII DISTRICT.
Districl ol Kootenay.
Tuke iii'M'''' Unit   I  (lunrgo  Hell, ol
Kurt' unl., I'liiuier Intond In apply fm
j llin 'Ill IIU''
'I" I'l'lli'"!' ■
llllll ul ilni Him ill wl'sl
H'llri' aimlll    III   I'llllill.
lllllil''. Illlll|j.-s
OIIANIIKIinil i.anii lllHTIIIIT
lllalt'li'L nl Suiilli Kual l< ii|.
,,  . .       .   , Tnku nulii'i' iimi  I'llmnl 1'iiit'll, .1 Ii'i an
 'tnlssllllllo iihlaiu u a ill   Iwi'liiniok.is'Hiiieiliiii.iima um Inli'iuU m, ,
licuuee over the followlnir  lleserilieil j fni-n hjmk-IiiI llinlioi'liri'iiai>iiviirtiiiiliiiliiivliin
lanils: I'-'-'-'i nul,
plnnlcd ni iln- iimiii
(loniuicticlittr at a iiobI plllllleil at iln
.If Mi'. Mi Ki'
,'I'lllllilT l.ll',
„',',',,;'"   '"' "'' "" '""""""■' '"''",''1   Uinglo,y'B claim, l.ol  IIIUI", antl  lieliit; I noHli.eual corner ol the west li,-.' of I "hmu"'io",'lmlnn"^,!^! "?"'thu ",, 1,1 !i'r'..Mu"iVi"il»
cm iimiii ii in,ai iiiiiniiiii hi i.hi< auiiili   the initial or siiiilli-VM'sl eiii'iu'i- posl  of (], Mlllat'il, uiul itliimt 4n chains nnrth  ciinyui in- l.ltili' Mnyli' IIIviti it	
,i'st I'lirin-rnl A. lUmko'a llmlior llnonre Nn, ii,.„. \|   .iml,|*> Inuiitloii,  tliuncii cast,Lf the Initial posl.of the. nasi lleunue nf  -""mi I" Um Miiiilii'iiat i.'in.'i  ni ih,' mu,
"*''  '  ""'' "; "' ""'   "' .-l.al.it- chains. Uiiu    north   clirhtv  il,,.., ,„. Illlllui'd. tlici  west Mil  M'""""   "i  »'•'" :  ""'"' '""«
iehty eliuiiia.  Him    imrth   Highly  the salil Clou. Illllhird, theuce ivest  so [l™»»: "'°"c" Wl'  H B
•linins.  Hi.'ii.-.'   ivosl   oiglity   eliuins.  ,.lmil,,, ||IR nnrth K0 iihalits. Um   ii,'™'™ snuti'i"™*tlin'mirtli I '
lieiiei-       south       clghly       chain*  UuHt SO elmlns, 11 o south HO I'lmlnH In I Hdohhp: tlwiin, una  ivosl
place nr hcglnnliiil  '''1111111111111;  mil  pluee nl eiiiuiiieii.'e nl, containing 1110  lluhnii's   1 iimi:   tlunici' nui'tli
1 ' ii".' »i"-i i'iii"'liim'-"i "i'iii	
Ueres mitre nr lea*. ueres llllll r less. lliu lllll lli'l't'a iiiiiii-111 le-*
Located Muy llth, 11107. '"'" l*»'l.             I                                       em...
(Ieo. M. -Inilii. I ator
Duieil .Muy HUi limr.
Iiiiliiuil en
Itl'llr l'l   ll'*
ruANimntm i.an'
I.,,Mnl nf  Ki
hi I.nil. ll.C. Mill MllllllH
11 Hpouint llnitmr lli'imeo
uli ImulH
I'lminii'Mi'lniiiilii lmil
iwsi .'timerol hoi IB, Hi
iniiiiniiii-Mil elm
1'inii 11 Mm
liy ut h |km1   pliuiled   ncur
iln- m.iiiimi>Ht I'ot'itorof Lot i.:t'J<i, tlitttieo
eu-al '.'11 Hum-, llience Itllllll L'O   eliniun.
Hiei wuht '-'oeluiiut, thonco norlh '.'o
chili iih to |.luce iif boglmilittf- ci mi ni nin;'
40 uereH moru w Ions,
l^lllCtt   It.   llllilllil.
KUril fell. 17t.ll, 11)07, «
l.f I..I
MnyliOtti I'Ji
ji hu.Htul.nl I
if hot Klto III
i(     M11ya.MI1. im
i.anii Nnrn 1
run 'i'
,  Notice In hereby iilvt'ii Him ^iiim. -trim ihue
!■•   lirliltfeH "I f-'nin    ' I'lN-'"'1 lori|i|ilj tn ItioClilul V inUhIouui ef
r inn inl-. In iinnl.   Im    hiuuls mill WorttM nl Vi.tuiln Im liunillwilnu 10
iv,n iin- fnllowtim JeH- ' litirclmwi ttiu followhi)) ilMnrltieil liimlt, in ¥.nn
ICuotunuy
|lllllll(.'(l   'O  tllC   Solllll       ('(..nil IliK nl il I'i'il plto-lnl MM Iml,is  chkI
■i .nn(li iu in. ,i.>itii el hul .u'.oii iln North Itnuk et l'n mlur hnha,
usi im rlinlim   ilioiirc tlienee Hi flOelnilim, tlieneo wmi It) otittttii
usl  ;■ riniiii-a   iiniiii' lo hulKTI, tlieneo noulli WolinliiHinoru or I-snh
Wosl  W iluu"'.   uiiu.- In tlie tiuilli ImiiU nl I'n'inii-i hukti  ilii-ine eusl
>M,ni inr lie- Hmuiilnry uIoiik the li lunik or Hnlil hnkt< Ui plttee of
cunt,ll-'IH i'i,trltt   uml    I'nIillll.'IK >'l I
nfir Icsb AhK'K l.i'NM
,i,.im i' uii'ii-r-    j iv I.I'M' Agent
I lined April intli rm; in > irn
posn
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This is your last chance to get in.
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AT ONE DOLLAR FEU WE "PAH FAME"
The Kilns will be Fired Inside of Fifteen Days
Prospectus and Samples can be seen at our
office.   Write us for further particulars.
BEALE 6c  ELWELL
Cranbrook,  B. C.
Official  Brokers »S^g^^^^^j^§^^^^^ft;     Why Cough to The Coffin     *»J^^^*^*^|   (The |lCC»0pCCtC.l'
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,111   Dl\ SCOtt S  Prescription   J     'VIivii you want ii I -v box nl J
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No. tt'.t or
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a American Beauty       Golf Girl   "
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SATURDAY. .11 LY ll, 1907.
The Prospeolor Wonders.
Wl'.'ii  the  Kootonay   Contit
,,.,       ,   ,, 4     tf there Ir much farming; lauds
I hi'v il" llm wmi.  mul  arrcsl  > ,,     ...        ... ....     .. <
t ('ur "lli.ini. Mml,.   Candies * h, t|„, Kootonay  valley  thai  is
iln. inusl sii boon] ''nlil. > ,,,, ,   , , .... 4
I* at the *| uot covered by either a   timber
EAT
a    "TIIC   DJJI   AA"     *  I" ce, or hold by the Kootenay
& Atchison?   I fit rfllsM   lh * « ?■ ''■ 1;  ' ;i
m HOGGARTH & ROLLINS    |j
fellot and Cold ll.illis Proprietors M
WANTED
50 Tie Maker
s
Where 11 Pays to Deal.
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J    TELEPHONE NO. 141,    «
i.a....<«if...a........ila        Who will  111'I III' IH'Xl ralll! illllli
iii tlie Kootenays in the noxl Dn
»«.«•«."•,> «>«.«»«a»s: "♦»•»■•»•»•..•».
llllllll   i'i,Til"
f^S Cline   III westover i\ „
'. i»    .    a^'jAii *.i ■. .     flow many mouths will olapse
before I Irll papers will aniiounco
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AT   MARYSVILLE
Apply to
E. FEAGAN
MARYSVILLE,
British Columbia
READ.
THF PROSPECTOR
The Cranbrook Fire-Brick ffi[\\
Terra - Cotta   Company,   Ltd.
In offering their stool- to the public, is putting before them
the besl investment in British Columbia today. When
the Iiii'i is generally realized thai the Company have
1,250,000 tons of Quarts    250,000 tons of Clay
Which is sufficient to turn out 10,000
Fire-Bricks per diem for the next
9     *      30   YEARS     *     *
And when you have soon the estimated cosl of.malting, and lho prices obtained for,  the  bricks,
you will then readily conceive what a gnnd proposition this is for ils shareholders.
For fuels and figures cull ut the office of
BEALE & ELWELL
Official Brokers Cranbrook, B.C.
SMOKING
V
>ili;ii   a   Dominion   olectlon
JB| imminent.
F
RNACE
It 1 ll    PL U fl
TOPAnrO        V    tf lho Elt!0"'10 LiS|11 Company
I UBALOU       »L,„, hava ,,„.,,. b|g St   Mary.s
if  plant in operation this winter,
ft U tho "Czar" of Craubrooli
8 will havo pull enough with ths
a Dominion governmenl to ered a
    ity
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|S.J.MIGnTON|SOVflin »tbi^iQthi-
|    THE   TOBACCONIST.     ILSSf^C^vl'S
$s^*«.*%*'»"*^s»s«s»«.«»s<»«»>'i' land?
BURNS    COAL    OR     WOOD
The Sunshine ia a good, "ail dampers prevent the escape of the
round" lurnace,   Burns, with equal hot air up ihe chimne)    compeli
facility, eithei coaloi wood. Coke, it tocoineoutthrougn ihere.isti rs
ti.o, it yuu prefer ii ,. .   , ,   .   ..
Andsoperfecisthe, ihu         You pay or heating th  ,■. ,,
of the Sunshine thai  it  exlmcls "?   ll'"  TJ   "' >'"llr ""^
eveiyunitol lieat from the fud "'"*'" >"" ^y the Sunshme,
ll'ln'' ,'fi n lhe ash-pan is n t        If your   oral dialir does not
wurlh sift ng, hapdl ■    Una    ai'.st   economical
Sunahine consumes less fuel, too, furnace write  direct  to   u.i  foi
HeiausL- its perfect system ol I'*"'■'• H"..ki.e-i.
[cClaiy&
CKANUUOOK land DISTUICT.   j    if "Hoboe's" will beallowed to
District ol Kootenay, ridoon theSpolraneInternational
t'uko notice thai Koberl 11. McCoy of ncross the boundary line.
 1 I......1..    v Ii     I ,;.... I _! 	
American Immigrants.
Sir Wilfrid Limner's remarks
before the   Canadian   Club,   in
Grand Forks, .VI'., liy occupation li
lii'riunti, tiuonds to apply for ;i special
liiiili.T llceni'c ovor tin' r. > 11, i \v i i .^ described lands! Commencing! at a posl
planted ul the South Wost eornor of
I'in11). t- Licence No. 777". thoiicu eaat
so i'liuins, tlieneo south 80olialns,thonee I London, were commented upun
west SO eluiius. thonee north 8(1 chains ill a curious way liy lhn New
i,, point ut eomraenceuiant, containing: York  Times—a  paper   Uml    is
rather given  to saying peculiar
and    uncomplimentary    tliinj;
lOV-lON,   TORONTO,  MONTREAL,  WINNIPtG,  VANCOUVER, ST. JOH\ N.B.I
PATMORE BROS. Sole Agents
! NORTH   STAR        J
HOTEL 2
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Holiorl II. McCoy.
Unted -Iiii"' IStll. mn*
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
Take until','thul Lewis W.  Patmore
of Cranbrook B. C, i upatioii agent,
intrmls in apply for a special timher
licenco over the following described
liimls; Commencing ui a pnsl planted
ul tlio Southwosi cornor of Lol 0211)
Group I Kootonay District, tlienee
nortli 1(10 i'liuins, thonee west 10clialns
thonco snnili 100 chains, thonco onBl I"
j cliiiiiia to point nl commencement, containing ato acres moro or loss.
Lowis W. Patmore.
2h Dated .Inun «. 1H07.
notp* -;.
Take notice thnt I lntoml tn apply to
llm Board ,,r Licenco Comnilsslonoi's al
a special meeting m 1)0 Imlil .Inly Oth.
fnr a lice ■ in sell liquor i,n llm pi'.'in-
Ises in Im known as the Wardner Hotel
situate iu tin- town nl' U'ui'iliiiT.
Dated .1 1.'1st 1007.      It. II. Ilohart,
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FREE  FLAT TREAD
"ONE   OF   THE   14"
fHE USUAL TREAD
THE USU^ TREAD
THE DOLLY VARDEN FREE FLAT TREAD
D your feet wobble about as though you were walk- because of their Dead Level Ball and Heel Balance.
frig In V shaped rewboats (and most feminine foot jails The only flatlcss thing about the tread of a Dolly
give that very feeling), you will be a grateful woman Varden is its arch, but nature wants that raised as the
after making the acquaintance of the Dolly Varden shoe   •  Dully Varden's newly devised steel arch support docs it.
and its Free Flat Tread. There is a Dolly Varden agent in your city. It will
The above pictures illustrate tlie tread of most shoes give him pleasure to introduce you to the Dolly Varden
and the Dolly Varden Free Flat Tread. Free Flat Tread.   Purchasers or investigators equally
Dolly Vardens allow a Free Flat Tread because welcome.   $5,110 and $4.00 in Canada or the States.
their Inside shapes are copies of Perfect Feminine Feet. Every pair Goodyear Welted.   (To be continued).
They force the foot to lie flat because the sole of
the forepart rests flat on the ground at every point and
The Fink Mercantile Co.
AGENTS, Cranbrook, B.C
THE DOLLY VARDEN SHOE
THE   SHOE    OF   FOURTEEN    NEW    FEATURES
BOSTON COPYRIGHT, 1906, BY THE DOLLY VAK DEN SHOE COMPANY MONT REM
uboul Ctiuuclitins.    sir  Wilfriil i    *   H. W. DREW. Proprietor.,
had boon speaking of the recent
nioveraeul of settlers front  thr
StatesintoCanada,tttidexpressed ■
the opinion  iluu   tin's,,    people
considered Canada a belter land
tn live in Iliun Ilir United Stall's :
That, of course,   was  Inn  much
lor lhe Times, ami it gave lis its
opinion  lhat  very  few of    the
settlers would think enough of
the country of their   adoption
to beeoui ■ citizens.    Yet   failure
to take oul citizenship papers in
the United States is a thing that
never falls locall forth condemnation whoro the oilier parly  is
involved,  Tin' failure of llriiisli
born, especially  English,   immigrants to take.oul United SUilos
citizenship papers is always commented on by all classes of people.
They are supposed noi   in  havi.
I lhe siiiiin iuteresl  in  upholding
"American institutions"' as other
foreigners have, yol   Amoricunsl
themselves, nf nil people, arc the '-.
lust  Iii swear allegiance    in   a I
foreign Mag.
There is iu tin. Crunbrook distrait abiiiulaiil unimproved lands
laud thi'  immense  local  market
for all kinds of farm produce will
Im thn loadsl that will attract
the ugriculttiriSI Inr many vent's
tn come.
Dominion Meat Co., Ltd.
I'linin: 77 Head I lllico Calgary.
Wllol.lvS.u.K   ,\\|)   RETAIL   DEALERS   IN
All Kinds of Meats
Flour and Feed. .  .
Uur meal   is always  fresh,  as all our beof is killed in
Crunbrook.
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FOUND
ON ItAKKll ST., ON 13 ImiiiI; ut.st OP
IIII.I.  a   i*ii.     'I'lu- only  plu,-,- in t0»-i,
.   Hun .'un imili.. lil,. worth tho llvine.
Tlie
Han ie
E. H. SMALL, Manager
S = ABATTOIR AND GOLD STORAGE
1 ri
RAILWAY Ie 3
\J   OUR CURED MEATS   I
a   ARE THE BEST   -~ 1
Summer
Excursion Rates
East
11'Hi Cranbrook
$52.50 To
IViituipogi      Porl Arthur
Sl. I'iiiiI lliilulh
Sioux i lily
st i iowIh $ho.no
Ihieago ij'll-l nn Toronto $"H.fifi
i liiuwii ¥-*.'-."  Montreal 4*1
si Johns i'.i 1,00
Halifax s|n|,-,i
rickets on Snln Julu3, 4, 5.
Aiiunst 8,9,10, Sunt. II. 12,
13.
First Class Round Trip
90 Days Limit
C,iri'.-|i.iii.liii;. i-i' lion*, h-iimal
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'••„ .1, Cn.vlo, A.li.l'.A.. V	
I   s CAUTKIl, II I'. 1 , Kuli!
CAL6ARY, ALTA %
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£       Thej are lean, thorough!) smoked and cured       3
£       Canadian goods,   put up in clean  firm sacks       3
\W    Wide Breakfast Bacon
All Sized Hams   3
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\\\- Huiul Officii, Muni Olliru for East Kootimuy,        3%
a~-        Cii](;nry, Alberta Cninbrook, B. 0 3
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BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
l'l,ins, Specifications
anil Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   hinds   of    building    material
£ constantly   on hand. I'HK PROSPECTOR, ORANBROOK   B. C, JULY ll, l!H'7
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You will be safe if you leave your order with us for Strawberries
We are receiving Daily Shipments of •'Wig-ens*' choicest fruit
li uou nave not leit your order we would advise uou io do so at once. a ..«safHi-»are never as oood ior Dreservino
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Later we sv 111 have Regular Ship
ments ol Ka^pherries anil (Cherries,
which   m ■.'   will   h*-' pleased to lake
unii   order for now aud guarantee
ie lill satisfactorily. .
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PJtik'M Pure Pood (irocer>   DepHrtment
where  Quality   Re.-j,ns  Supreme
Pink's Crockery and Glassware Dept.
where INew Goods adorn the shelves each week
We do not recommend
inferior goods because
they are low in price.
We aim to sell only desirable merchandise.
Our Goods are
UARANTtED
NOT SATISFIED
Our motto
is uTo sell
Good Goods,
and to sell
them     at
reasonable
prices", and
we accom-
plish this.
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C T, Rogers Shoe Shop
White Canvas Shoes
Are the Correct loot Wear for Sunny Summer
Thoy loolt cniil innl I'oel eool,    Wn havo llietn in till sizos
Cliildrens $i,oo.     Misses $1.25.    Womens $1.50 and $".50
Mens S3.00,  $,'. 25,  S3. 50,
CINDERELLA S1I015S are easy on the feol.   They are made to lit
©he tytozysctot.
SAl'UltllAY. .11*1.Y li.   1SKI7
I).    W.   Science  and   II.    L.
Mitehol, Toronto, were guests ill j        oiiANiutooii i.asp distuict.
the Craubrooli Sunday last.
*nnnnnnnnnnnn-T-i--m-fmmnmT-i+
I LOCAL NEWS, j
vuuuuuuuiiuuiiauuuuuuuimuuu+
Our Latest Is a
Dongola
Kid Blucher
With a Sensible Toe and u Low II.
Price $4.50
.  I-, id llo tie S  ppers eomforl to .veur 1 r -vl
f')i   IsS is   1, llliirli   While  Tan. Pink, Iled
(Hen Fisher, of Fertile was in
town Tuesday.
ll. s. Adams of Spokane was
visiting ut Cranbrool* Tuesday,
Born.—June 20th to Mr. and
Mrs. I''. .1, Chapman a son.
All'. Et'icltson of WyclilTe was
at t'van I u-i 11 ik on Dominion Day.
Miss lli'iiiikwaltur of Marysville was a Uranbrook visitor
Tuesduy.
1 lei a Ply Klllor ul Palmoro
Bros ami kill ihoso Hies, we
have the honp.
Tub liullei; also 1 iiininil mils,
tin. besl butler iu town; also fresh
eggs ai lhe Dominion Meal Co,
CHILDREN'S SANDAL!
G. T. ROGERS.
Fancy and Staple GROCERIES mid CROCKERY
Cut Glass,   limits,  Sliiics, Rubbers. Mitts, Gloves, Hosiery.
.'IS'i; slli i|.;s Home grown strawberries
have iiihi'ii possession of Iho
local market,   Tliu trull is large
 1 ui tin" llavor
School of Mining
I'hf lolUwlni liirm tri* «fltrri:
1   i mi Vmm Course for Defreeol X i
II—Three Vein' Courw for Dlplomi
K COIXEOE OF APPLIED SCIENCE, i?h!mtoSSdii!««iBn
Affiliated In Quern's University, (   mBeri|0f, nn<\ Oeolo-jj
Kingston, ont.   r,:::;', •;<!;;::::■;'"'*
'^M^siXAItmaT''"''    '        '   «'«..'.«ia.'.lih
i'i:,\:.i'.i:iiiiK  LAND MS'I HICT
In   iiii I  ..I  K....l.|i.,y.
rm , m Mm 11 J" .1  1   Hi ".'.""
Il.l     ....    |,„lln      ,11   „'i ,1 1    l|.|.ll
.1 11  ,|,, 1   ,      mbul   I'lllll' ii"'
II '      I null,
mil.,     until ..1 1	
1 .-II'      i"" i'iiii'  miaii
IllllllDi    "Hal   I ia, llll'l
tlll'llC'l     '     "''''I- PWHIlll W       .,   r   ,    ,.,,,
llll  ' ' im
llllllii'i. I'll        'I'lialli        uur,      ,  .,,  , i|
hllll I   h.v.inn,in  llll'l    Hill -  '■!" '"'I-l"* Ill'li .in
N  Mel 1 Cnrran,  manage)'
ul' th.. Ninth Sun- Mining Company of Kimberley sponl Dominion I 'ns* ill I 'I'lllllit'iiiik.
Tli.. Cranbrook Opnrn House
is large enough tn seal aboul
'j'"' people, hut tin' largesi room
in ' raiiiii'iuili is 'hi' i'lniiii Inr ini
I pro ..in.'nt
F II Irwin ul' Fori Steele
.Im,i",..11, who has charge ul 11
-ni ej in:' party who are camped
,111 tin' .liiininm  was  11   guesl   nl
Ilisirict nl snnili hllllll Ki
Tu in, nulii'i. iiiiii I'iiiiI HniHlR.y. ol Craiiliroirt
U.O., oui'ii'iullon llvcrymtin, Iiilomls tu upi'ty
E.J. Roberts of Spokane was.
in the City Tuesday, Mr. Roberts ?"K1*'"'""" ""'""""""'''''"' "■>"■«'"
lay
is   Master   Mechanic   for   the
Spokane International railway.
J. E. Stephens of Vancouver,
.1. B. Sargent of New West,
minster, C, Searlesof MllUvankee
Wis., R, ,1. Monell of Dayton.
C. 0. and C. B. Staples of
WyclilTe, .1. M, Agnew of Waldo
and W. Iv. Higgins of San
Francisco, Calif., were registered ul the Cranbrook on Monday.
0, A llonil of Furl Wayne,
Intl., S. F. Tohnie of Victoria.
C. S. Morgan of Nelson, 13, E.
Ferris of Chicago, III., R,
Slrothi'i's of Winnipeg and D.
McKay Memis of Vancouver
were registered al the Cranbrook Wednesday.
Irsi-iili.-ii lamia:
CommcnultiK in n iiost iiliinloil two mul h liul.
mill's small ur Itlni'li mil. llii'iii'i' i'llsl III I'liiiiiis
tlionco south 80 otiiitns. tlionco wesi so duilus.
llionco noi'tli su i-liuins, 1 tii'iiii, ensl iiii-luiins 11.
point ot rotiinii'lii't-tni'iii. innl contlllnlliu 11111
ni'rt-s. iiiorc or less.
I'lllll Hlllulloy
linti'il Junoiii'lli. I'.ii'r. ■;;
CHANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District ut Kootenay.
Tutu lloo Uun 'I..I111 Uri.l ot Criinliraok.
ll.C., oi'i'iiimtln ini'lii'r. Itiitjhils a. n|i|i|; fill'
lioi'iulHslon in rnirchimo llie followlnu ilescrlboil
liiii.l.
I'oiiiiiii'iiiiiii.'hi 11 i'iisi iiliuuoil ni ihe snnili
euat eornor ol Lot Hll. 0.1, K.tl.. tlience ivost
I'iulilyelmlns, llin south l.nly iliniii. tliol	
oust sixty eliuins. lliciu'c iiiiiiIi stxlycliuiiiH,
llionco eusl twenty elm Ins, Uuu norili livonty
eluilus to imlnl nf I'imimi i-iiiiiii. 11 ml i'iiii tain.
tin,' '.'.>m lu'ri's. m - Ions,
.1., 1,11 llclil
liulcil.lulv nh, 1'iui. -'.;
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Carpet Department
All of uur Hig Stock of Tapestry, Brussels, Velvet
and Axmiusler Carpets at Cost. We an'going
unl uf this 11,10, licni'i' the I'uniplete stuck will go
al eust.
Millinery at One Half Price
Wo will sell all this seasons Ready to Wear Hals at
Half Price.    Don'l forgot onu-half price
I For Misses and Girls
i
Sterling Silver
A  piece ul' STERLING   SILVER is always appreciated.
TEA SPOONS   COFFEE SPOONS
BERRY SPOONS  SUGAR SPOONS
BUTTEK KNIVES
COLO MEAT FORKS
CREAM I.ADI.KS   SUGAR TONUS
Wm. F. TATE
THE JEWELER
('.I'll. Wiih'li lus|u'i't"i'H Crows' Ni'st "uss DIvIhIo
♦ 9 ft; 9 ft. 9 ft: a ft: a ft; 9 ft 9 J a ft;.*:4:»ft* ft* ft a ft
THERE'S   A   REASON
t'tlANIlROOK  I,AM) DISTRICT.     Cnmbrook Tuesday
District nl Koolenny.
A. li.i'lnll ..I  l( Icy,
iollllfl n. ..|.|.ly tor .. -I" I'l'll
llm   lull.... nn.   ill- I
,1   1111.1   ulllllll'il    in   , hull
a.'si ..1 Hi. ainuhwc.	
Mrs    E   ilowufl,    I   s I
S|"iliai"' were guests al lhn
1 rani.iiiui, Tuesday Mrs ,lewel,l
isa   sisler  of   Mr    I"    launl  ul'
Wiii'iliii'f
lla Jinn lllllil, IU)!.
DiueUJU Its, I'.'oi
u, ,.|    C,  Curlwrighl  of li'ernio,   II
I'-'ii'ii'i" ""I Mi.  1 lil ur  ul   Vancouver,   10
" »coiiihiiiiiik Kendal oT Winnipeg, mid II.   R,
Hardy nl  Toronlo,   were  regis
tared al the Craubrook Tuesday.
1   a .:...!. 111
Twenty-Five Per Coul on* Missus and Girls Shoos
ami Oxfords. This docs nul Include our new
slock uf ('iinvas Shoes,
Men's Two Piece Suits
$l'll'louii Mens Two Piece Suits,   ranging  from il  in    'J.
♦7.0D.   Sale Price $3.95, fl 0
Ten  Mens Two  Piece  Suits,   nuiging friuu $W nO tu    T ' 'A
*fi ' *,
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Reid & Co.
9  Goods Sold at above Prices not charged or exchanged
Why our  Painl  Trade is in-  *
ft-
creasing; if yuu ask us aboul lhe ft
ELEPHANT brand we can  lell ft
yuu
riiere's Nothing In it
9
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in   the   ptirosl ni lead zinc, Iiu-  ft
seed   ml   and coloring   mill.lor,   *
We stand behind every can nf il
I
Uneeda
I'.rush In usi' wilh lhi' piiiut, ft
mn- own  stuck is large, ami 9[
reus lily |ii'ii'i'i|, ;♦'
J. D. MCBRIDE ii
Cranbrook, It''
Hardware u
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