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Vol. 12.
CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, MARCH 8, WOG.
No. 9.
LUCAL NEWS.
G. T. McGregor of Moyie was
a Guest ut the Cosmopolitan
Friday.
Chas Halter of Nolson was
registered at the Cranbrook
Friday.
R, W. Armstrong of Rossland
was at'Cranbrook Thursday on
business.
J. A. Tepoortan, and V. B.
Robert! of Vanconver were
guests at the Cranbrook Friday.
A. P. Chenette of Marysville
was in town Thursday on business.
The policemen were successful iu hailing alow who—believe
in Are prottts.
On Thursday March 8th, Stot-
son's Uncle Tom's Cabin Company will lie the attraction in
Wentworth Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Malpas are
expected to return home from a
visit to the "Old Country" next
week.
Frank .1 McMahon of Moyie,
proprietor of the Kootonay Hotel
was at Cranbrook Friday on
business.
A number of young folks spent
.     a delightful evening at the home
of Mr.  and  Mrs.  A. Taylor on
Wednesday evening.
Mr. Maedonald, proprietor of
the Strathcona Hotel al Fort
Steele, was a Cranbrook visitor
on Wednesday on business.
A programme of great excellence is being prepared for the
entertainment in aid of the Free
Reading room, ou March 7th.
George   Washington couldn't
tell a lie and died, but. the Nel-
•  son Daily News is still enjoying
its usual good health.
Do uoi forget the Gymnasium
on Saturday evenings when
special attention is paid to the
performances.
Al Mutz, president and manager of the Fort Steele Brewing
Co. at Fernie, was in tbe city
Wednesday.
H. F. McClaslin, Ryan, Wm.
Stodt, Skookum Chuck, were
guests at the Cosmopolitan
Friday.
A. C. Smith has moved his
fruit and candy establishment to
to the Leask building on Baker
Street.
A special meeting of the W.C.
T.U. will be held at the home of
Mrs. G. T. Rogers on Monday,
March 5th, at 4 p.m.. The ladies
are requested to be present.
Mr. B. H. Short is organizing
a brass band, it will be composed
of between twenty-five and thirty
performers. The boys practice
twice a week.
The subject in the Baptist
Church pulpit, next Sunday night
will be "Modern Sins of tho
Modern Saint". This sermon
will have especial reference to
dancing.   All heartily welcomed
The "Sugar Bowl" will shortly be removed from its present
location ou Armstrong Avenue
to the Handley building ou Baker
street
Tho charm of a well appointed
bathroom is greatly enhanced by
the installation of "Standard"
Sanitary Porcelain enamelled
Fixtures. For sale by Patmore
Bros.
The regular public preaching
services will be held in the
Methodist Church next, Sunday
as usual, the pastor in charge,
livening subject "Where is your
Judgement?" Come and take
part in the song service.
An Easter gilt for your best
girl is a bottle of Seven Sutherland Sisters Hair Grower, and a
package of their shampoo, makes
the hair clean and beautiful—
Chas E. Reid & Co., special
agents.
It was arranged at the last
meeting of the School Trustees
that the regular monthly meetings of the Cranbrook School
Board will be held on the last
Monday of each month at Mr.
Harvey's office on Baker Street
•U tb*'hour of « 30 p.m
Karl Smith of Fort Steel,
wus iu iho city Friday on busi
ness.
Government Agent Armstrong
was at Fernie Friday on ulliciai
business.
W. J Robinson loft on Fridays
train for High Kiver, Albt., on
business.
Archdeacon Poutreuth of Nelson was a Cranbrook visitor on
Friday.
Miss Motrin entertained a ..umber of friends wilh a card puny
on Tuesday evening.
Engineer Murphy, who has
been ill and confined to his home
for several days, is out again attending to his duties.
Mr. C. Graham, of K.-id St Co's
store, returned on Wednesday
from au extended trip east. He
reports having a good time
while absent.
G. S. F. Jaquith of Toronto,
representing Brown Bros, Stn
tionery and printers supply, wns
transacting business in Cranbrook Wotlnesday.
Cheapness isn't what you pay
But what you get. for what you
pay. When you buy a Kootenay
Range, quality of material and
entire satisfaction is what you
get, for what you pay. For sale
by Patmore Bros.
What is the difference between
bald head and Ihe Seven
Sutherland Sisters? Because it
is before using and after using
Seven Sutherland Sisters Hair
Grower—Chas E. Reid & Co.
special agents.
Thursday marked the beginning of the effort by Canadian
bunks to collect American silver
and return it to the United
States. No instructions on the
subject have reached the Nelson
branches as yet.
Few people understand thu
power of the new rifles now used,
and are apt to do some reck
less shooting through ignor
ance. A stray bullet struck
the outside wall of the
residence of Mr, Baker on
Monday, and narrowly missed
several parties who were in that
vicinity. Shooting should be
stopped in the vicinity of the
city limits.
HOUSE PROCEEDINGS
Railway   Kills  Passed   The   Kai-En   Investigation -Hawthornthvvaite Pays His Respect to Memher tor Rowland
Caledonian Sooiety Meet.
,\ very pleasant evening was
spent by the Caledonia., Society
in Patmores Hall Wednesday
evening. Mr. McCowan opened
by giving a few stirring selections on the pipes. Mr., McNeil
gave an interesting description
of his trip to Manitoba during
the holidays. Mrs. Abernethey
sung in tine sympathetic voice
Morag of the Glen." Miss
McKenzie recited a patriotic selection from sir. Walter Scott.
Mr. Drew gave a humorous piece
describing a sailors voyage and
his troubles. Mr. McCowan sung
Af ton Water." Mr. McKenzie
gave an excellent song which was
highly appreciated. Quite a few
of those present spent a most
agreeable time at intervals in
dancing reels and strathspeys.
As this month marks the six
hundredth   anniversary   of   the
Thai which hud been thought
killed is now very much alive
again, lliiwlhiiniihwi.it.. ( Nil-
naiiuo ) commenced proceedings
this afternoon by moving thut
his bill to amend the Provincial
elections Act be placed on the
the orders of the day for oonsid-
at ion of committee of the whole
House on Thursday   next.
This revival of the presumably deoeused caused a pretty
warm debate. As previously
noted iu this correspondence,
while scarcely u member is in
favor of a reduction to$fiO, many
on both sides of llie Hou.se favor
the amendment of Bowser (Van-
couverjto reduce 11 in VIM). Mr.
Bowser, speaking to the mot ion
stated that, Mr. liuwthornlh-
wuiie hud agreed to his amendment. Altera good .leu I of discussion, the motion wns carried
by a mixed vote of iln to I.i, nnd
a warm lime may be expected in
committee next Thursday.
The Hon. R. F. Greet, introduced uu Act entitled "An Act
to Amend the British Columbia
Laud Surveyors' Act, IBOfi.whioh
passed the tirsi reading.
Tho House then went into
committee ou the Timber Act;
the Hon. Mr. Green proposing
that the. Act should only apply
west of the Cascades, as objections had boon taken to his lirst
proposal to limit the operation
of the Act to west of Iho 121st
meridian.
Oliver (Delta)year.ied to know
why the Chief Commissioner
proposed to make this invidious
distinction, whereby the country
was divided hy an arbitrary line,
with one law for one side and
another for the other.
The Hon. Mr. Green patiently
explained — what Mr. Oliver
knew perfectly well— that the
amendment was so framed to
prohibit the export of unmanufactured timber to the United
States in that section of the province where it could be done,
and at the same time leave un
ion allowed iu any otli.H' province ill the Dominion.
Mr. Green's amendment wus
carried,
Another lengthy debate arose
over llie clause reducing pre
emplanes from 820 to 160 acres.
Wells il'uliseri opposed the section, but Brown (Greenwood)
supported il strongly, stilling
that 160 acres wore ample.
The section passed.
Evans (Oowlohan) wanted an
amendment to allow pre-emptions
tobemadeon tidal lunds,claiming
that they could in uiuuy cases be
dyked and reclaimed, This was
defeated.
.1. F, Garden's (Vancouver)
amendment, providing for the
restitution fur public use of one
chain's width ou fore shore hind,
was curried.
An important aii.cudme.il was
that introduced by Bowser (Vancouver) dealing with Ihe present
exemption from luxation of timber eul on lands under royalty,
in all leases issued since 1886, or
ou ihe patents granted hi the
twelve months between April,
18H7, and April, ISH«. The words
covering Ihis exemption Mr.
Bowser desires lo have struck
out. claiming thut they leave a
loop-hole for evasion of the
statutes iigiiiusl the export of
timber—as, in fact, they do.
The committee roso at this
point, leaving tho question over
for consideration.
In the adjourned debate on the
Smelter Bill. Evans (Cowichan)
spoke strongly against it,
severely handling some of Mr.
Hawthorntliwuite's inconsistencies The debate wus again
adjourned on motion of Mr.
Bowser, Mr. Evans' speech made
an excellent impression, as he
represents a smelter district, and
his oppsition to the eight-hour
legislation in regard to this
industry puts another nail in the
coffin of an unnecessary and
mischievous attempted piece of
legislation.
hampered, in the upper country I    The following bills passed their
the export to the Northwest Ter-' third reading:-
ritories which it was not  pro-,    "An  Act  to Incorporate the
posed to interfere with. Southern    Okanagan    Railway
This didnot satisfy Mr. Oliver, j Company.
who proceeded to show the Chief     "An A<'1 respecting the British
He gave the House his usual
views on Ihe subject of labor generally, and then handed a ho.
roust to.I. A. Maedonald (Rossland) wi,..in he practically accused of pretending to help the interests of labor by his efforts in
connection with tho settlement
of the eight ho,,r questiou ul the
Boundary and Greenwood smel-
tors, when ii was Ills intention
really to effect .. partial settle
menl which would bo satisfactory to neither side, uud might
lead lo nu overthrow of the Pro
vinoial Government, Mr, Maw.
ihoruthwaile assured the lender
of the Opposition that the work
men wore fully alive tu his little
game and wore nut going lu
help him play it. lh- wus very
explicit in his statements, was
nobly.
the  hii
they  s,
and d.-
lt was a heavy pull up
I througla iln- mud ton
.un arrived un tin- spot,
splto
CITY COUNCIL MEET
iho fuel
lhat the
whole roof wus aflame and the
hydrant leaking budly, yet in
twenty minutes tho tiro was
under control and tho wails of
tho building wore saved, There
were many willing workers und
nearly everything was saved,
Mr. Blank wns fortunate in
having *7"o Insurance on tho
building which will largely pay
for tlio dun,ago done. There
was also Insurance un tin. lur
lUlum.
Large   Amount   of   Bustneu
Transacted   Bylaws Passed
and Adopted.
Estimates Brought Down.
the member for N Illllli mo, und
Mr. Maedonald put in u bud
quarter of an hour.
Tho Hon. Capt. Tallow, who
is not given to lengthy orations,
demurred in short uud forcible
terms to the extraordinary contention of the member for Nuiini-
mo thut regulation of hours of
labour did not affect trade and
commerce. He bluntly denoun-i
,-ed the proposed legislation usj
being against the Interests of]
both capital and labor
King (Cranbrook) and Wells I
< hi   w.
dnosday,
Ho
g( IV
Minion!
brought
llow i
III,
stimuli's
for
Ihe
noxl
Itisoal your which ends June 110,
' IH07.   Tho revenue Is pi'ucod at
atS.K47.H76, nmi the expenditures
Hit 112,8117,1116.
i The appropriations For Southeast Kootonuy are us follow:
Government office at Cranbrook
$6,000, for road.-., trails und
bridges in Cranbrook riding
»',,iiiin
For   government    offices   ul
Feruie $5,000, for roads,,-, trails
and   bridges   in   Fernie   riding
$2,500,   A special appropriation
         Iof $11,000 is made for a trull in
(PalUser) supported the bill on ..
the   remarkable  grounds  that. |
Flathead valley.
since some of the smelters had
voluntarily conceded the eight-
hours system, it wus a good plat,
lo puss legislation which would
force it upon all of them.
.1. A. Maedonald (Rossland)
humbly depreciated the wrath of
the member from Niinulmo, re-
uiurkingthiii hlseffortshlid mere-
Brand Conoert.
Keep iu mind Iho Grand Concert Wednesday evoning March
7 at S.I10, in aid of tho Cranbrook
Free Heading Room, Cranbrook's loading talent will render vocal and iiistrtiuionlul music
readings   ami   Recitations,   os-
Commissioner how easily he
could export timber from the upper country to the United States
and thus defraud tho law. Mr.
Oliver showed a remarkable aud
painful intimacy with hissubject
and the House listened lo him
with considerable amusement
Well (Palliser) supported the
Chief Commissioner's amendment, aud Patterson (Islands)
opposed it.
Columbia Northern and Mncken
sie Valley Railway Company.
"An Act tolucorporatn the St.
Mary's Valley Railway Company."
"An Act to Incorporate the St,
Mary's and Cherry Creek Railway Company".
The report on iho I'nion Steamship Co. was adopted.
The Act to amend. "The
Granby Consolidated Mining,
i.ipnny
t,    llllll"   passed   its   second
ly been made with tho laudable pechllly prepared for the occasion. Mr. McCowan and luuiily
will he present with bagpipes
and dancing Admission 50
cents, Don't fall lo ho present
and help the good work along,
In Menioriatn.
idea of preventing nn indiistriul
war. and not with any ulterior
motive. (Cries oi' "Oli. f.)h and
laughter) f.ast year the smelters
could not afford u reduction of
hours, uiul be bud therefore voted against the measure. This
your Ho- price of copper had
made things better, and he
thought it a good opportunity to
legislate towards the restriction
of the hours of labor.
Continued ..I, Pttjre It.
The funeral ul tho Into Henry
Kershaw took plnoo from (lolden
Gate Undertaking Parlors at
1-80 p.m., Wednesday February,
"J I si. The hoarse, with the
body of the deceased, and live
carriages containing the widow,
relatives and friends, moved
from the above named parlors to
Masonic Temple, where the remains wore received by the
funeral committee, of tbo differ
ent Masonic Lodges ofSun Francisco, under the auspices uf
Crockett Lodge No. 180. A. F. A
A. M., where full innsunio honors were rendered lu um- late
Brother Kershaw. A splendid
Musi.nio quartet rendered
usual masonic music.
The masonic brethren is attendance numbered about sixty, und
included flro. Frank McCain- of
North Star Lodge, of Fort Steole
(lev. Dr. Lurken, of the Methodist Church, also spoke ut  the
pound is the opinion of Thomas i,(,m.,ifl
Ore Output Increases.
The shipments of silver-lead
ore from Southeast Kootonay
show lhat for the lirst two
months of the year that 7,75i,
tons have been sent, to the smelters, a large increase over the
output of 1905.
The shipments for the week
ending February -I, was as
follows:-
Wi-uk
Vt'iir
Si.  Kui/i-iii-
 70!	
.... 4.1.117
SulHvuu	
 m.
I.XH
Store, Star	
     .1119.
.   .a-:
Ti.tul     1,171
Says Lead Will Be 10 Cents
Thul lead will go lo III cents
, Smelting and  Power O
The amendment tlnnlly passed | A||i   ,,„-„.. (,   |lg
crowning  of   Robert Bruce, an .and the bill wus reported com- L^ing.   This Is u measure  an-
historical description will be one: plete. j thorUlng , he ,,,,,„,„„„, t0 change
of  the  numbers next  meeting     The   House   then   went   lnto|the .denomination of theirsliares
night. committee on the Act to arnnnd
..  Vn     ~ 'the land Act, and the discussion
At tne itym | on thjg (1M)1; up |nos, of t,K, ftj,te,,.
noon, several amendments being
introduced ami lengthy debates
Rev. W. W. Baer a very pop -j
ular lecturer will deliver his|
famous lecture in the Gymnasium on Monday evening nexl,
subject "Psychic forces and
phenomena". This is a strong
lecture and nil should hoar him.
ensuing.
The hand loggers ctinie up
again iu this connection, lion.
J. F. Green proposing an amendment allowing them to use cut-
from SSI0 each to 8100 each, us
the latter lignro has been found
more suitable (or dealing witli in
Eastern financial circles.
The House commenced pro
..-codings this afternoon, Thursday, by going into committee on
tlio A.-i tu amend tin- Provincial
Elections Act.
\\. .1. Bowsor(Vuncouver)mov-
Neil of Detroit, Secretary of tht
Aokloy White Loud St Color |
Works und a largo stockholder
iu F. C. Wright * Co. ••There
is probably 25 per cent more
lend produced now than ever be
fore," he says. "Hut more lead is
now being used than ever before.
Grout quantities are now consumed as conduits for underground electric wires.
"Until the duty is taken off I
do not expect to see the price of
loud lowered. I expeel lo See it
go In le cents."
The  regular  a tin" uf   the
City Council was In-Ill iu the
oity hull un Wednesday evening
when tin- following business wus
transacted, There were present
Mayor   Rogers,  uud   Aldermen
Gi r, Tlsdale, Ryan, Fink uud
•Tacit son.
Minutes o| last regulnr meet-
was read nml adopted,
li  was moved   by   Alderman
Ryan    I   Greer     that    the
a, nuts bo received aud paid us
room ended   by   iho   Finance
I' itloo.
The report of tho police department was referred tu the
police ami lire Committee.
Re-lumber for repairing side-
walks. 001 mention uf   R.   S.
Baron, chief uf police, ho referred in Hoard of Works.
Moved by Alderman Fink uud
Tlsdale ihal the mutter of side
walks-to tho hospital be referred
iu 11..;, nl uf Works, tu confer
wiili Government Agent Armstrong undroport nl next meet
ing uf council,
Muvt-'it by Alderman Ryan ...id
Tisdale iliai the Mayor uud
Aldarninn-Fink and Greer be a
eommitlqe lo confer with the
School Board on March 1st re-
school district,
Moved by Alderman Greer and
Fink iimi Bylaw No. '.'being
the Health by law bo reoou-
siderod uud tinnlly passod and
adopted
Moved by Aldorn  Ryan and
Jacksoli tlmt by-law No. Il' being tho first temporary loan  by
law of Iimii. ho ro. sldered and
dually passed and adopted,
Ity Alderman Ryan ami Fink
thai by-law Nu. 11 being the
Fire limits and building by-law
No. II bo now introduced and
roi.il tlio tirst lime,
By law No. II being tin- tire
limits and building bylaw wus
rend llio second time.
The council then resolved into
a committee of the whole to consider by-law No. 12, clauso by
eluiiso. with Mayor Rogers iu
the chilir,
The committee of ihe whole,
having discussed und passed
upon by-law Nu. II. clause by
clauso, recoinmeud that it be re-
ceived und read it third lime as
now brought forward.
It being deemed advisable to
oxpediato by-law No. 11 it was
therefore resolved that said bylaw bo road a third time.
the| Aldermau Fink gave notice
that at next meeting of the
couucil, he would move thai bylaw No. II ho reconsidered and
finally passed nml adopted.
By-law Nu. 18, being the
streets and traffic by-law wus
then i.lln diioo.l and road a lirst
time.     Said   bylaw   was   then
tlm
•U'tor conclusion of
vices at the temple, the organist, j
i softly   playing    "Home    Sweet j a
j Home," tho remains wore taken
to Cypress Lawn Cemetery for
interment. At tho gruve the
Masonic  rites  were   observed,
| ami the services were .-0110111110.1
I witii   prayer,   by   the Rev.  Dr.
i Larkiii.
j     " Mai' lie rest iu pence.
i     " Su Mot.- it Be. "
j Tlio floral offerings to deceus
ed   from   relatives  and friends
• were many and boa nihil
ad a second til,10.
Tl uiinoil then resolved ink)
COmmill )f the whole to con
sider il
clause,
in tl	
Tho
then
Nu.    i:;
sldered
sootion 20,
Council thei
18,  clause by
Mayor  in the
.-<>.,, 111 it t«
ro ported
up
■ if  tho whole
lhat      by-law
having    been   con-
lo and  inclusive uf
djoitrned.
Card of Thanks.
The Fire Bell Kings.
iu
In addition to this there will  be!"0 "'' ho,'s«s' 1,ul '"" s1"1""'
a basketball  match, Fire Brig-j    Patterson  (Islands)  objected,
ade vs.   "Gym",  rope exorcise,! He said that steam  wus really
club swinging and bar perfor- cheaper than horses and cattle,
manco. because it didn't go un outing
On Sunday afternoon at 8-80 when It wasn't working.
Mr. Baer will give an address in j    The committee failed   1,
od Uo- amendment of which, as Htdi
One moro the lire boll rings
■ luir ,-ily but tins time iu a
more seasonable hour. The
Conservative   Meeting.
1
the Gymnasium on the subject  tho
"What modern science has done
with the old notion of hell".
Men, women and children are
invited.   Come. ,
matter
pro. lously oul
•il.
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had  given
notioo, iu subs
in
lo
s|00 deposit
for  tho  s-Juii 1
UM
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i|i,irod for a
parliamunlary
Oil
idlcluie,
On division
III
s
amendment
wus carried in
a \
III
. of 22 to 12
and Iho hill    r
>po
'll
<l  complete
with umeudmi
Its
A mooting uf lite .'iunbri.uk
Conservative Association was
unfortunate party this time be- hold in Patmores Hull un Monday
ing Mr. A. Black ou Baker Hill, evoning. Thure was a large
Mr. Black had just gone to attendance, Business ul Impor-
Lodge about 8-10 p.m, on Tues-' tiine.e was brought forward and
day   when   ho   was  startled   by  disposed    of,     The    mat lor    uf
hearing the alarm and on rush- forming a young  men's Conner-
Mrs. Korshaw and family wish
t" ihiiiil, all friends for kind
sympathy in their recent
bereavement,.
St. Kugene Stock.
i.n Wudhosday st Eugene
stuck wus quoted ut ■>.", cents.
Six months ago ii could be
purchased ut 11 cents, This Indicates Hat   Iho  stock  is ul   a
see
in   this light,  nui-nud tho bill   reported iplete  |ng to tin- door saw his  own vativo  club   was discussed   uud; premium of 271 cents,   That is,
could   they   agree   with   Wells with iiinendmoiils. housoiillafla.no,    lu about   ten wns approved of    A largo num- that   tho  Si,   Eugene property
(Palliser) who desirod to abolish Hawihorufhvviule (Nanalmo) minutes 1000 people had gather- ber signed iho roll. The next with a nominal value of$5,000,-
hand-loggers'licenses altogeth- resumed ihu adjourned debate led and while the firemen were meetiug of the Association will 000 is considered by the invest-
er, saying that it-wa.s a privilege, on the Eight Hour Smelter Bll.l,  working against, odds they did be held ou Monday March li.     Ing pt.be   (0 be worth $6,875,500 TOK PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK   B. tl., MARCH "■- 1900
L. L'LAI'P
W.   ROLLINS
Wentworth Hole
Baker Street,      Cranbrook, B.C,
KSTjMlt.lSUKll    IKU6
A. B. Grace-,
PUBLISHER   AND   EDITOR.
may have guild Intentions, bul
they are like alarm clocks that
don't go off,
It must be u faoi  all  mon  are
|made of dust.   We  sometimes
employment
AGENCY
It will pay those who are
Mimmm.
®lje IJrospcctov.
SATl'KDAV. M Mt.'ll 3, "llltHI,
". .   ..i,,„ iiiov i    looking for work to call aud
see tl.om very .nud.i.i attei uiej
haw boon drinking.
Lighted   By  Electricity
-  Heated By Hot Air   -
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Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS   FOR TOURISTS AND OLD  TIMERS
       If all the devils won- oast   out
I of sum,, people there would  not
*"1AHAT Cranbrook districl  is be more than a little greasy spot
*  entering   upon   an   era of left.
great activity in  mining no one *  -   -
seems to doubt, in fact  it onu be     Foul  friends   ruin  more ineu
confidently   assorted   thai    the than sworn enemies do
stiver-lead shipments  from this •  •  •
district continue to attract the Au,\ man with an iron will
attention or mining men from may have a wife who is black
all over the world. smith enough to break it
Jim   McArthur
He can  secure you u job und
also lil ..mi out iu
Clothes, Shoes,
Hals. lite.
Jim MGflrUHir
\.o  Ck vnhuook, u C
FOUND
The
ON BAKER ST., ONE DOOH WEST OF
HILL A   CO.    The uuly place in town
■   thut uud iniiki- lift- wort), tho living,
in uin  op
JU  IU        Ulu
Central
Hotel
ROBERT JOHNSON
^^^^^^^^^^ Proprietor
:♦:   Marysville. B.C.    ♦.
The loading Hotol of the  St.   Mary's   Valley.
Nice airy rooms, newly furnished.    Table a.
./    as any in Kootenay.
GOOD   SAMPLE   ROOMS
.d
As the presenl season opens,  CRANBROOK  AERIE 967111.
prospectors    and    miners, the               «     ~     .,
hum., seeker   front   all   part,   of * .   U.   Jti. t .«*••»    .«WH«M4WM|
Canada and the United States FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES j        | 1, \\ ] \\        J
are coming to this district, While kvevo   L'HI'llsti.u I ,,   V A /
many  old   nine  prospectors are a\\*m
M'arohino fur  liiddon   ti.'ii.-.uivs,    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
m.inv ni..re, as tho season lulvau ,vm   su
cea   will   follow   In  their  fool
steps    the iuvestor with capital
is close upon  their trail, and b.
I Tailor "< Importer of jjj
Fine Woolens.       $
4"
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»  i-mnhiiKik,
-ii u A.
,. ...,..   , I Koi k\ Mountain I'haiUet s
fore  the season ol  lum. closes,  ^ '        i
«,»♦**«.***»*»*•« »«*»«■ «,»«*»
ne« Buds, by their richness and
At the present moment it might
: very oppi
note '.ho
CAUSES of FIRE
65% of fires are caused by Kerosene     21     by
llasoline. ill by Electricity while only • of 1
is caused by Acetylene. Though there are now
Two Million people using Acetylene Light iu
America there have only been four tires from it
in one year, against S8fin tires from Kerosene
aud Gasoline. There have also been 1..91 Fires
from Electricity, 170" fires from City Gas, and 520
from ("undies. Besides those there have beeu 26
Fires from the Sun's rays. But,- -only four Fires
from Acetylene.
Tinners and
IM timbers
Sll   li'..   It.   \. M i
variety, will show  conclusively IS cranhrook, n. c :
that as a mining districl  Cran   j     i-.,.,:,it,.,-,,,.-, n,ig»   - v, |
brook will  surpass   in   richness .- .la;   In  unci,  month   ui idtshi si
of mineral,  many of the older 5 u'clook. i
ami     more     fullj      developed   s Sojourning  t'ouiiranioua  are S
distrl, Is                                               j noi-dlallj ,'n I ou j:
^ ll. M   Buiirow, Scribe E. |j
| MUSIC £
Mrs    Hklnn   rEAOHSR of THE
lb.   nib.up l-.ANOt'OKTG
Special attention to touch,
technique, phrasing und
grading of studios.
The home-seeker should bear  Vi,.,.,iiii,,,,,,,,»,i,,,,i,,,»i,.,,,»,,,4
in mind that land  in  tha Cran  I    For uartloulai-s apply to 0. B. Bold A
brook districl can be obtained ANCIENT ORDER g FORESTERS '"T,u' '"'"-^
as cheaply as lands in any  por
tion of the northwest.    The best
of land .vith the finest soil is ou
the marko'. for five to ton dollars
t-othet-n   cordially   Invited
C. ft.,   A. MoCOWAK.
Secretary,  J. SIMS.
PATMORE BROS.
Are handling the Highest Grade Acetylene Generators in
America. They are simple. Sure and Safe. The Best Light
In the World.
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Court Granbrook 8943
MEETS   UNO   ANO   ITU   TUESDAY
IN PATMORE'S HALL
per acre.    The price varies with  ' :'::
the  location,   local    production
never exceeds consumption. The 	
miues of the district furnish a
homo market (or all kiuds of
home  produce.    Every acre of
cleared   hind   is  sure  to yield a       ^^^^^^^^^^^
crop   the   year   it   is   planted.
There is no erop failures in this,     barristkks and solicitors
distriot.       no       transportation!
charges to eal up profits. Garden
produce In demand get ibe highest prices.    Tho climate is  per- i r. ,Drk
fo.-i.  ami one  of   the principal \T* *  r* *-»*->**Z**
*   advantages of this districl is Ihe j
Professional.
HARVEY &  MoCARTER
B.C.
'■?■
V.
!
'♦'
| fanning in tho Cranbrook district
SB T) TT C,TTr\T}rP P P (~\ W unlimited range for grazing.
V D. il. OnUJAl (X UU. *,;Tlm pruspoctivesoulereun find
•*>■ -»--».■ --■-      ^ ^1 land  lo soil most  any  kind of
LOOK!   LOOK!!
i Wall Paper
.irs'i' AtiutVKi.
Best In Quality
Most Artistic In Design
Lowest In Price
Painters,   Paperhangers and Decorators
Sign Painting a Specialty
9
4.
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9.
There wns never a milling
movement which did not have
its attendant disasters and misfortunes. We have felt them
here, lint the future general results will be a tremendous increase iu tiie population of
Cranbrook district.
I
1*    P.O. BOX88     ARMSTRONG AVENUE    PHONE Ul    ,,
m w
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
Granbrook
British Columbia
C. H. DUNBAR
BARRISTER, SOLICITOB
mul NOTARY  P.TJBT.JC,
Cranbrook, B.C.
Now strikes ure always
sources of congratulation and
important to the district. The
shipment of ore from the North I
Star, aud the possibility of a
now strike is most gratifying.
+:■     ..     *
A couple of men in town Saturday got into a tight place—
that is they got drunk, hud a
fight, then gut looked   up.
Any mun who is mean enough
to traduce and abuse the hind
that produced and foods him has
not us much gratefulness us the
Wholesale
LIQUORS m CIGARS —L.	
A. C. BOWNESS
but-
G. H. Thompson
j-^-aJ,   BARRISTER S SUI.IOITUU
^Pf   NOTARY PUBLIC
office: leask building
Cnmbrook, B.C.
THOMAS   McVITTIE
P.L.S. «* C.E.
Port Steele B.C.
DR, E, W. CONNOLLY
PhUSlGiiM and Slll'fleOll
ul-'I'IOK AttMSTKONU AVK,
Huoils:    II to II it.in.   2 to -I p.m.
7 li." pan.
I'linlli' Hill.-.' HI'.     Ili-aiili'lii't- loo
FOR ft FIRST-GLASS TURNOUT
HANDLEY'S
LIVERY
TEAMS and DRIVERS
Furnished for uny point in the
districl.
J M. DERR
Boot, Shoe Maker
All Work Guuranteod
New Work .Mini.' to M.-umiiv
Armstrong Ave.
Opposite
Imperial Hotel
SAVE TIME
ALL    THE    TIME
BY   USING
AGENT   FOR
Galgarv Beer. Ale k Porter.
T. LEBEL & CO., Hav and Gain.
Cranbrook, B.C.
c. c. c.
Gaioaru Game Go,
Fniuli and Hiilt.nl Meats
Kiah atul Poultry in Schboii
Orders hy mall will rucelvo iirompl and careful uttenii
Order by Plume \n
■*a
Men sometimes gel worried over
the condition of the city owing
to the fact thai they cannot run
things so ns to benefll themselves
,\> the advertising twig is bent
so will the   advertising   tree
incline.
Our   delinc|uenl    subscribers |
««-*-»-%««£ t*r».*%««*»««-»«-»-^«-»«'»^%%Q     ^-^-.a*«^ai . ■ ..al. . . ' .. I". " .-" Al'l .1
tuns un her husband's pants sin
shows more real affection than  _ , __        ,
the one who talks for an hour J.   Edgar   DaVIS
about thu love she fools fur him. i*„;..i.i.■••....
i      j.    liiieUlavei    a.
'"""Contractor  w
I'lluNK 116
Furnace, Boiler, llntif.'.' and
Fireplace Work u Spooialty. All
description of stone-work undertaken,
Orders left at J. D. HEBRIDES
Will ll ivr Prompt Attention.
The Illinois Central
Mniiiliiiiii.  inii-u-.-lli'l  -i'1'iii-.'   fi'.mi
il..< n.-ai oul mi iiiiil Doiith. Miikh.it
,.|.k mi,-.-Iiuii- will,   ti'i.ina  of  nil
i.i'i.ioi-i.iiiiii.'iniil IIiioh,  iiiuwaiifrnn. urn
Lni.lHi-llle, M.'iii|.l.i- ..ml Now Oi'I.iii.ih,
nml iln-...!"!, il u pnlntH mlln'fiii'.'iivi
PriMi Uvoli-ii.-oloi'.   ili'lnu liifei-
, |„m na lu iii.' I.m.-I ml,* unil  tat
 u '.■ iniii.'il  -roiipotiilon.io
.villi III.' lollowl.ll, l'i-|il'|..i..lilllliviia.
I',. II,ThumiiUI.I.,Ci.tiunoi'uliil Agent
142 '1'liiiil si,., l-iii'tli.nil. ii—k'nn.
.1. r. I.INDHEV, 'IM''. A I'.A.
142 Th I nl Si.. I'lirUnnil. Oragon,
p, it. Thompson, v. ,v I'.A., Itoom
I. Column HHg,, Moatlle, Wuslt.
GranbrooK
?i Livery
tumnv n DOYLE, PROP'S
Tenuis uud drivers furnish
. il for any poilil In tlio dls
trict.
A. DOYLE, Mi.niig.il-
SEATTLE,  TAC0MA
AND ALL
Pacific   Coast   Points
ST. PAUL, CHICAGO. NEW YORK,
AND
ALL POINTS EAST
Palace and Tourist
Sleepers, Butt'ett
Library Cars, Modern
Day Coaches.
Dining Cars,
MEM.S   A   LA   CARTE.
Best  Meals on  Wheels
2 PAS*   TKA1NK f%
KAST   AND WKST DAILY    *£,
Fop full particulars, rutea,  fold ecu
i'i.!1., rail on or address.
B.G. S'KKKKS.u.w.I'.A.,
Seattle, Wtisli.
C,   W.   .MAIIOXKV,  C.P.  k T.Am
Spokitnu.
E. H. SMALL, Manager
ay, Oats, Wheat, Feet
Wo in.vo this wool, iii.loudod a car of each kind
QUALITY THE VERY IEST PRICES THE VERY LOWEST
Si'k.'iai, Prior por Ton Lots, Call and sue us before
buying elsewhere,    We also carry a stock of
carnefa's stock and poultry food
Harris Bros.
Royal  Hotel #
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Y
1 A
FORT STEELE JUNCTION
Finest of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Those who are weury and  thirsty,  drop in, and
Alex will do the rest.
ALEX McCOOL    Prop.
ji Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection fj
CRANBROOK
HOTEL *»
Nearest to railroad depot.    Has accommodations   for   the   public   unequalled   in
Oranbrook.
Hot and Cold Baths
HOGGARTH k ROLLINS    \
Proprietors
Centrally Located Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Under New Management
,,     , , 111        When you want  a   good
Headquarters lor niininy %      , ' H ,
.   .. .. * place  to stop come to the
men and old tuners. 'it .... .
d, a, Mcdonald, manager
We Give Tou Tour Money's Worth
LEII5K 4 HENDERSON 1
"" FASHIONABLE TAILORS    1
— Always Up-to-Date —
2
3
£ Cranbrook, -     - B.G. 2
^auuiiiuiuuuiuiuiuiuitiiiuuiuiuiiutuiiaiiuaiiii^
ADVERTISE
IN
THE FR8SPBHT0R
>4 THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B C, MARCH 3, I Ml
SMPtX
STRONG
SUB" 0,mlS£)mamtsfam
Purchase   Prioe   $3.00 a Month
Allowanoe Made For Old Maohine
-  ske --
Arnold & Roberts
EASTER
WILL SOON BE HEBE
A NICE PHOTO
The kind we make
will be the most acceptable Easter Gift
Prest Pnoto Go.
Studio.
Bakur St, Cranbrook, B.C.
$he Inspector
SATURDAY. MARCH 8, 1906.
Cured of Drunkenness
How t Montreal Ixdj cur* far* fcnttal «|
drunknmett wttfa ft matt Uw wi<y«
-   "1—"-HTriftitiMii
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Miittlvcurad tmy bo*
band ord-tuba-rateres*
qakllr    ud  limply
thulMutaabhtd.
HowKUiluatkMl
coolided is you and
wrote for your free
lamiilepackaft, The
•utnpl* tahleti I   got
-   from you checker! Iii
Orinl:ing, and tiofort I had
used (lit full trtairatnt bo
vasptrraaientlycured.   I
lave him tha remedy in Ua
S^tea, and ai it had no tail*
y^^er imell.ba never kaaw
^**t***%    be waa taking it.    I
■* «\a.^*^ want otbera takatwj
•ovmcuuMtl.it let.
ter, bet ptiaae no* my aamt yot.   I may lay tbat my
biuband • health it Utter io every way um Mr roan.'
Free Package i^BS!8ffiSfi&
and price scut io plaiu sealed envelope. Cut-
respunilence sacredly confidential. Address-
TUB .SAMARIA REMEDY CO.. 91 Jordan
Chambers, Jordan St., Toronto, Canada.
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY
Daily   Tourist   Sleeper
Service
Effective January 1st.
WEST FROM  REVELSTOKE
—TO—
Seattle and Vancouver
EAST FROM DUNMORE JCT.
—TO—
Toronto
Sun., Tues., Wed. and Fri.
Montreal
Mondays and Tuesdays.
Boston
Saturdays.
St. Paul
Daily.
Standard Sleeper
VANCOUVER TRAIN
Slocan Route.
Kor detailed information tirsi
class or tourist sleeper reservations apply to local agents or
write
,1, S. CARTER, D. P. A„
Nelson, 11. C.
Your munition Ih culled to tho
"Pioneer Limited" trains of the "Milwaukee * St Paul Hallway." "The only
lie-font, trains In tho world."
You will Und It dtmlrahlo to ride on
Hume train", when w>lnif to uny point In
ilia l-',i.ht.-n! Slums or Cunada, They
eiiiiiieel witli ull Trui.nconMnentat
Trains and all Tlukol Atronu. soil
tickets,
Km- further Information, pamphlets,
.it..;, a„k any Tlokot Again or
11. L. t'Oltl), II, S, UOWB,
Push. Ajninl, lienel-al A|(ent,
SPOKANE, POUTLAND
House Prooeedings.
Continued from Patre 1.
Thla remarkable point of view
excited no little merriment in the
House, and the Hon. F. Carter-
Cotton arose and asked the leader of the Opposition what would
be the result of a full in the
price of copper.
"Why", said Mr. Maedonald,
"the honourable member's question suggests a possibility of the
reversion to twelve hours in that
event. I consider this a sufficient reason lor passing such
legislation us would .take such a
course impossible,"
Now, us copper is at present
abnormally high, this statement
of Mr. Macdonald's means, put
briefly, that every smelter in
British Columbia would have to
close down if copper dropped a
few points—a quite possible occurrence. The widespread misery and ruin which would follow
the heavy set-back which not
only the smelting industry, but
the whole commercial interests
of British Columbia, would receive in such a case, are patent
to the least observant,
The House seemed to think SO,
for it, talked no more, hut
promptly defeated the measure
by a vote of HI to 17—figures
which look close, but which, for
reasons of consideration to certain up-country members on both
sides of the House, need not be
explained further than by saying
that the real force against this
ruinous proposition was far
stronger, and would have heen
exercised if needful.
KAI-EN   ISLAND  INVESTIGATION.
The Kai En Island special
committee sat again Wednesday
night, and the examination of
.lames Anderson was continued,
with little satisfaction to the
Opposition. The straight-forward businesslike story of the
witness is excessively irritating
to Mr. J. A. Maedonald who
finds himself getting further
and further awuy from finding
anything wrong in connection
with the affair.
One or two amusing incidents
happened last night during the
examination. One was when Mr.
Maedonald, yearning greatly for
knowledge, asked the witness
for his cheque-books, account-
books and all other books.
These the witness blandly declined to produce, remarking
that he kept no separate account
and that his private business
would be seen if he were to
grant the request.
Patterson ( Islands (asked if it-
were not an unusual thing to
keep partnership accounts with
private accounts.
"Perhaps so," said the witness
"but I am quite sure, Mr.Patter-
sou, lhat you have some accounts
that you would not wish to produce in public."
And he looked meaningly at
the member for the Island, who
turned purple and subsided. He
quite understood what Mr. Anderson referred to, und it is at
all times well to permit the slumbering bow-wow to enjoy his
repose undisturbed,
The other incident was when
Mr. Macdonald's zeal for knowledge led hint to enquire how much
Mr. Anderson received from Mr.
Larsen in connection with his
services in the acquisition of
northern lands.
The witness declined to stale
how much the settlement was.
Mr. Maedonald pressed
the point, and Mr, Kbei'ts,
counsel for the witness
held that it did not come within
the scope nf the ,inquiry.
The   rest took   a liuud in the
dispute, tilt Boss (Fernie l.noved
it be referred tn ihe speaker.
Mr. Maedonald said that this was
unnecessary, us the question wasi
quite within the enquiry's scope;
but chairman Garden consulted'
the Deputy Attorney General.
lit the middle of the rather
heated argument, the witness,
who had been watching the dispute with a cold and critical eye,
remarked with a smile that he
had no such great objections to
telling them what he hud got,
Mr. Larson hud paid him ten
thousand dollars uud expenses,
He  had never received  a cent
from the Grand Trunk Pacific.
Conversation languised as far
as Mr. Maedonald was concern
ed, after this statement.
The committee then adjourned,
The Kai-En Island committee
continued the examination of Mr
Anderson Ihis morning, Thursday, All pretence of enquiry in
regard t<> the Government has
now been laid aside by the leader of ihe Opposition, and the
proceedings of the committee
are now frankly based upon a
desire to injure as many private
and unprotected persons as possible. Mr. Anderson was ordered to produce his cheque-hook,
letters, telegrams, etc.
The Kai En Islanders sat
again Friday morning. Mr. J.
Anderson produced his chequebooks and telegrams. The Hon.
Chas. Wilsou, Attorney-General,
was examined, with cold comfort
to Mr. Maedonald, whose skilful
insinuations he roughly contra
dieted, and justified the whole
transaction on legal grounds,
with little pains to conceal his
knowledge of the objects which
the leader of the Opposition had
in view, and his contempt for
that gentleman's methods.
Those same methods have already aroused a storm of indignation from the public.
Some short references bus been
made in this correspondence to
low attacks on private individuals which Mr. Maedonald has indulged in since he found that the
Government wus innocent. These
attacks, however, have been
taken up and enlarged upon by
such journals as the Vancouver
World and the Victoria Times
"journals of the degraded "yellow" type, which is, thank heaven, more fashionable across the
border than in Canada. Both
they and the member for Rossland have gone too far.and swift
punishment—of several kinds-
is openly spoken of by men who
are in a position to make their
words good.
The Man in the Gallery,
Items of Interest.
New York drinks K.1,000,000
worth of liquor every day. That
is, New York pays 81,000,000 a
day for liquor to drink.
A girl is suing a rich man for
810,000 damages because ho
kissed her once. It is wrong for
a man to tantalize a girl that
way.
A Boston court has been asked
to enjoin a jealous woman from
using the telephone to connect
with her husband's office. Can
the woman who made her jealous still use the phone?
Does Prof. Osier's advice to
elderly men to keep away from
men of their own age and associate with their juniors mean that
they ought to go out with the
boys.
According lo a Boston parsou,
"a man who is happily married
can save 8" for every dollar he
saved while siugle. The man
who is unhappily married has to
spend the extra dollar in drowning his woes, we presume.
If it wasn't for the fools in
this world the poor showmen
und fakirs would have to go to
work for a living.
PUBLIC SALE UK VALDABLK
PROPERTY.
TAKK NOTICE that on Mondiythe
12th .lay of Mnreli, lUlH. a, the hour ot
eleven o'eloek in ,).<- forenoon, ,her<»
will be offered at public sale at the
Tu.vnsii,- otli.-e in the City ..l ,'.-«„-
brook the following valuable property,
being Iota numbered 16, l" ami is iu
llluek 41', Cranbrook, according in
Registered plan 680.
On said property Is a iro.nl dwelling
house containing nil modern improvements and completely rut-ulshed.
Kor terms unit .-oiuiition.- of sale apply
Date
HARVEY A MeOARTER
-Solicitors, Cranbrook.
I February 17th, 190«. 8
Stoek Quotation...
Kuruintiiid   t,y    l,«ala   j.   KUull.  Hniki-ra,
Craiiluuiik, ll.C.
St. HllK.uli          11
..uimilljJilitlnlil I'l.-ltla I
Wfauini till ..ml Coal  Il<
Inn-niBtluiiul Cml A I'likr         XI
Sullivan         :,
North Slur       ">
Humbler ftlrtboe       ml
Mamuil Wlrfl.DHH (Canadian) # 4.00
Uli.11.0l.il Vulo Co.il      -in
NleolaC.nl Mines       n
Bales.
si. uukoiic iw. Sullivan too,
The Illinois Central
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
.Steam Boilers aud Kurnaee Work a
Speolalty.
Cost and Stock Estimates
Furnished Upon Applica
tion.
P.O. Box 834.   Cranbrook, B.C,
Maying"
We have been in the business
for several years, we have the
best equipment in B.C. and we
guarantee satisfaction.
About mat Piano
Wc are the authorized agents
for the removal of Mason A Risch
Pianos, we can do the work with
out risk. Also Household Pur
nature.
PERRY & FITZGERALD
Proprietors of thu
Granbrook Cartage and Transfer Go
Office opposite
C.P.R. Depot. Phonefi3.
JAMES GREER
CONTRACTOR
and BUILDER.
KSTIMATKS I'UltNISHBD ON Al.l. WOKK
JOIIIIINII   I'llOMl'TI.V BXKCUTKD.
Houses and Cottages for Rent
or Sale on Easy Terms.
LIME AND SHINfll.rcS POR SAMS
Telephone 82.
»• PETE'S «*
BARBER SHOP
Has opened the lirst shop in
Cranhrook, mid yuarauUies
satisfaction in Sharing*.
Httir Cuttttiff, «tc.
Next door to A. C. Bowness
on Cninbrook Street.
D, J. JOHNSON
Carpenter % Builder
Good Work at
Hensouable Price
Office and Workshop  Lewis St
NOTICE.
No.ii-i- I* hereby given tha. thirty
days altar date I intend to apply to ihe
Honorable tho Chief Commissioner of
1,iimls unil Works fur ii spooial li.-uni-.e
in cut and carry uwuy limber from the
I'ullmvitili' diiM-rilnitl landa In South Kttrtt
Kootonuy, uointuonoing ut u pu.it planted im tht- Suuth west fork of Irishman
Creek about three fourths mile west of
Ihe B.C, South,-in i-ullwuy, thenee west
eighty ohains, thenee nortli eighty
attains, thenee wis. eighty ehains,
thenee south oighty chains to plnee of
e.illinieneeillelll.
Dated February 22nd, liKW.
s EDWARD l.ri'TI.K. Loeator
Maintains uuunuallod lorrluu from
the west to the eust uud south. Milking
close eontieuttotis with trains uf ull
transcontinental linos, passengers are
given their ehniee uf routes to Chicago
Louisville, Memphis unil Now Orleans,
uud through these points tu the fur eust
Prospective travelers desiring Information us to the lowest rules uud best
routes are invited to ootTuspomlonoo
Willi tin: following representatives.
ll. II. Trumbull, Cou.nioroliil Agent
1.2 Third St.. Portland. Oregon,
.1..:. Ijnusky, T. V, .v I'.A.
142 Third St., Portland, Oregon
P. II. Thompson, P. & l',A„ Hoem I
Column mug., Seattle, W»«u.
g5 Cline
Of lliu old Miuiitoiin HitrliiH Sho'i
cm w liefoini'1 in tin'
MANITOBA  HOTKIi
It'lptil (JIlWH Work in till bruurhot
of tho
lonsorlal Art
Three & Four Yeir Cotirsw
in Milling, Chemical, Civil,
M.vl.itiiii-nl mid Klri-hinl
Until nee ring,
Minrnilntfy um]  OeolORJ*.
Biology nml   Public llealtli.
Write fin calendar tu
The Secretary,
School ot Uiu.ua:,
KtefatM. Oat.
HOT1CK.
N'ojut i» heraty giteo thur Tiurt.r
iUyt tatter tint* ! intend to apply to rhc»
chief 1 'nmmiftftinner of Landi, Victoria
for a ijwolal licence to cut awl carry
away timber from the following de-j
s(*rll>e<l land near l.f wi* Creek in Bouth '
Haul KnotfMiii.v district:
I. Commencing 18,05 chalni north
of thr ftouth H»<it eorner of hot i.u, 0,1
then*'** Hit I'lminft north, bbeiCfl SO
chain* ea*t. ttiMn-'t* $0 Wiain* south.
thence 80 calm weat to place nf irom-
menoement.
Dated Hth February, l*m.
.. f'omnieru'inf; 10 ehains uorth of
tin* north *ant eorner of Preemption
Vo. WT and being 1,88 ehainn ohm of
and ">o chain* north of the north eail
eorner of [.nt M7:t G, 1, thenee nouth M0
chalni, thence cant 90 chain**, thenee
uorth All chainii, thence weft M chalni
to poiui of commencement.
Dated 8th February, loot..
'■'».   Commencini;    at   the   iinrtheatfl
corner of a. itooice*' limber licence,
thence Ho chains -ninth, thenee 40
chuitu weit) thenee 40 chain* south,
thence hii ehaina ea*ti. thenee 120
ohalui north, thence 40 chnlm «e«t to
place of beginning.
Dated 29th January, IWI.
8 C. M. KOW AltlJS.
t Seven Sutherland sisters
Hag toanuounce to the tudtesand gentle*
men of Cranbrook an3 vicinity thai
they   have  made   arrangement*    with
>Phon*   74-
V0T1C3.
Notice \a hereby given that the
Crawford Bay and St. Mary's Hallway
Company will apply to the Parliament
of Canada at the next Season thereof,
for an Act auihoriKini; the Company to
count met. aud operate in externum* of
ItH undertaking already authorized, a
continuation of it* railway from ihe
present Kaatcru teriulnim at or new
Fort Steele, in the Province or Brttlah
Columbia, easterly by the tnrmt eon*
vcu lent and feasible route to Lethbridge, lu the Province of Alberta, aud
extending the times within which the
Company may construct and complete
the railway** and works, which it ha*
been already authorized to construct.
Dated at Ottawa, this Kth day of Kelt*
ruary. UKHi.
J. B. T.CAUOX,
K Solicitor for Applicant.
CITY OF CRANBROOK
Notice is hereby glvon that. the an*
nual lilting of the Court of Revision
for the purpoie nf hearing all com*
plaint* against the Assessment of the
City of Cranbrook. B.C., will he held
In the Council Chamber in the said
City of Cranbrook on the 5th day of
March. A.O. I'M Hi. at the hour of .0:30
A.M.
Dated at Cranhrook. lie. thll '/4th
day of ■January. IBOfi,
C. II. PRK8T,
4 City Clerk.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that mi Aay* from date
1 tnlnitl nt upitly tu i In- (,'tiit'f C'oiuBiiiMfoner ot
Lunds iiixt ivuriiii. Victoria, for ■ miuhIii
licenNK t<> out and curry away tlmtwr from the
following domribed lanitu iltuate ttortiinKNt of
Kluihorley in Southeaat Kooteniy District.
ComnioiK'ltiK 8* lilmins uorth mul in uhllui
wcmi nf the nortli wen furrier uf
c Kir. Staples i-tuilicr llcrn-te. ttieuce to
chains west, tliuin'oHictntinH north, tlieuit ia*
uhahiK caul, thonee 40ohlloi «mtb, thnuve. tu
diftin- writ, Uitttii'i* eifiiitinnionih to pel it of
commencement.
Piled ftti .lanniry, IWtti,
! C. M. HUWAUIW
NOTICE.
Notice Ih liiirnb** ilvua vliat HJ dajm »li«t data
I Intend to apply lo the Chief Ciiiuiulsulimer of
Lunds rtnd Work", Victoria, for i tipe<jlal
licence to cut nnd carry away Mother ouitie
following described liadi iltUite niirtheixt of
Klmtwrley In Snutbeaat Kouteaay DMrh-t.
Commencing at a pout ;« cttaiu lorth aud
ten ehalmwul of (Hie Staples oorlbwetu eor
tier, tbence north mi cbalne, thenee eatft W
chalni, thence Houtk tn> chain*, (bene* unit su
chiilufi to place of heylnnlnf.
Dated Wtli Jr-nuary. iihki.
S C. M. KUWAltUS,
nones.
Notice le hereby gifert that Ihlrty dayi trier
date I Intend to apply m tb* Chief Com-nle-
■loner of LkbdH aad Works fur peruileilon te
cut and carry timber from the followlni le*
■erlbed landa tn Kaat Kootenay:
Commeiioiui at a poat plaated oa lh* north
boundary of i.rjiie** ilmtw-r tlconee and ilmni
twenty chalna cant of tln> north #tni rnrner.
Tbence north eighty obalna, I tieni« eaat eifhiy
chaiua. thence Houth eighty ebalna, tbeace
weal eighty chains to place of li*j*tnhl&|.
mm M.urni;
January 4th, IW». t
C. E. REID & CO.,   «
The Drug-gists. |
And will hold Dally Demonslrations
Kor Two Wwks commencing
Monday,    March    Sth
Regarding treatment ..f th.- Hair and Scalp, They
I'Mspc-tfuiiy invite everyone to .-all mid consult with
them, <.''imn ami s.-h the Uing, Beautiful Hair, ur..w.,
hy the use ..f th^
Seven    Sutherland    Sisters'   Hair
Grower and Hair and Scalp Cleaner
Canadian Head OfHce, II Colbome Street, Toronto,
.1. U. Bailey, Foreign Manager,
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FORT STE
:le
BREWING CO,, LTD,
FERNIE, B.C.
MANUFACTUKEKS and BREWERS of EXTRA FUNK
BEER f PORTER
SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
Mottled beer for family
use a specialty
Outside   Orders
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
.4 P. O. BOX 812     b
*7     TELEPHONE NO. I     JS
Port   Steele Brewing Co., Ltd.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»»»»
Cosy and
Comfortable Rooms
Headquarters for
Mining Men
Royal Hotel
Marysville, B.C. A. P. CHENETTE, Manager
The above hotel has been recontly erected, and neatly furnished throughout. The Uar is .supplied with the best brands of
Liquors and Cigars.
Marysville
Post Office
Store
The largest General Store in Marysville.
can  be supplied  with  anything  thev
Cranbrook prices.
where miners
want  at all times at
HOTicr
Notice ii hereby tfiT**i. liml thirty lays atxAr
A*W I iiili-ii.l in tpjtly tu thfiChtef Ouiinia-
ildhflr of I .un Ah elirt Work* for pnrritiMiIoii U
out Mil curry *wiy llinbnr from tha fellnwinK
Aflecrltioil IiiiiIh In K«et KixiWnray:
Com in end n % at a |Hie( ■ileinml, ebere ihe
wont iiniiiulury of \M 9m itimh«i ihe nurlh
nuiiiulLtry nf Lot Wll.Oroup I-   Vln«i«'f n t'liaimt
from tlio north wMt conor of Lot BUI, thenc*
north nitriity obttlnmnortor Imm in thr »<i,.ih
bmik of Klk rl?or. tliont'o woiteit] »uii nouth
erly-lowti Klk Hivfir to Hit north weM uoruir
of Aloi MolTrttt'i tlnilinr liconoo l,tn Mili
tlio nee o»8l itoug this north imiimUr*- nf i,m
B.VI7 rturi i.»i IBI flfty nine ntmlnn mortnr leu
i IttMl'l or iit'Kltinliii
J. M   AUNKW
JmiiiiiM *tlh. ItM n
Orocerles.   Hardware,
Clothing,   Stationery
E. J. CLAYTON
1 NORTH   STAR
HOTEL
Kimberley,   B, C,
NOTICB.
Notice if- lierohy glvon thut iimi* .inyr. erter
iUir | lUtOIIlt lo H|l|)t>'  lo tho OlliU* COIUUlIt'
■loner of Lkii'Ih ami Work*-  lur ptirinUNlou t*
uut nml furry uway timing froin the folloHlu«
leimrlliuil iitmNiii Kmni Kootenay.
I'lHiiiiU'ln-liiK uf li |Hlt)1  I'lHiil'ii]   ai   tlm  nouth
wont Corner of Lot MM thonee aoutb forty net
tindle morn or Iqim io Un* north wf*xi corner
>f |<ol :tw Micnci' •••hi (mt hundred
mi twenty iii nb*liia re or toon to the uort
itsl I'liini't of |,ol «M, iiiiil.*: north  iiilriy-tlv«
ohnltiN m iho Houtii eaat ooruei <*t Lo* mm,
live WCHtolKhlJ nliatna tu thi- Mtiili <r«it
inrof Lotnsiis, iboitceuorib nine ahalnn w
thi' nmi III funi ciprn.'i »f Lut flMO. llii'iiiv weal
fort> -llvi' dial mm (toil elfbty eluhi iiuki wore
r K'»s to (iliice of ifiiiuiAua'.
i. M. AH.NIW
January Ivn  im*. %
X
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9   H. W. DREW. Proprietor,
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FALLS VIEW HOTEL
9 CHENETTE 4 NEAL. Proprietors
"l B*   Marysville.   B.C.   *-•>
J        Tin* lui'«.">i iti.,1 Imst equipped hotel in the St. Mn'rys'
\ valley, OOMMODIOUS SAMPLE ItOOMS. THE PROSPECTOR, CRANDKOOK,  B C, MAIil'll 3, IW*
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PINTO
SHELL CORDOVAN {
Gloves
Made by the H. B.
K. Co. of Montreal,
are the best made in
Canada.
Railroad and
Lumbermen.
i vitki.av. v \i;i ll ;'.. in,,.,.
..  »nww**nnwnwwwim**iiiwmf**m***Wj;
11 LOCAL NEWS. {
A    "uuuuuuuuuau.iuuuuuu.iuuuu •:■
3*     .1. .1. Haldock, Winnipeg,   was
»,, in lown Friday,
9     Mi-   A.  C,  Smith of Morya
ijk. .ill,- was iii the city Wednesday.
i
<£      \ tew more hydrants would bu
A' \ pry useful in the city.
X     T  A   Llrady, ol Montreal, was
9 hi Ihg i-iiv Tuesday
* —
.1   M  Johnson "I Macleod waa
»l il..- Cranbrook Tuesday
n l.ii.I., of Vaiicouver was
traiisu, Mug bus i ess ul .'ran
"i,,,, ,   I-*,-ul:i\
Splitting
Wlu'ii v'1' 8°' !l -,,ll,i old"
hi-]iiuii,'.i I louduohe thul make*
your Itoud throb; and youreyo*
witii-i unil mukoti you t'u*M u.
youi* stnmiioll U'J
Dr. Scott's
Headache   Powders
Thoj nan . hurl you aud  Ihey
l,.)> anj headache,
THE   OFFICE   OF   THE
GftNflDIAN BANK 01GOMMLRGL
CRANBROOK
Has Been Removed to the
NEW BUILDING
North.East Corner liaker k Cranbrook Streets
F. C. MALPAS, Manager,
u   Murnhj    representing th.'
ludge Wilson  was  holdinn  ,,  V'1"'1"" J™,  ''" rf,^i^M!
■Ut   v  ol   the L'o„.u.v Court on |lloin«   ''"'•"""^   ;"    t*lw,brool(
One Do'on In <i Box ',','),„
BEArriE & Atchison 	
Whore It Pays lo Deal.       •^■i»'»MlW!iWl*^'«*M^^
A Modern Education
j*   Frida.
pointed  nun,u«.-1   "i   the   Cran
brook Hrewins ami Malting Ci,
Lumbermen would be delight
Thursday
Stanley ll Kosu, of Vancouver,
nnd !•' \V Oodfro) >.i Ualgary
were registered ul the Cosmopoi
nan Thursdaj
D  M  KiuuonofCliulon, Mass, (  ?
SAY   THEY   ARE   GOOD  fl™  fer^^„a7«q j
A      .Vh\ nul • ',-i .. horse  to have thls WBol< '■
in rendines u, draw thu  llru  up ,,   , ' ,, , ,.
nunuus  ii t',is..,.l einer ,,-v ''      U»'l«aon,    l ulgary,    I)
Beeker, Vancouver, nnd II
Aavhihtild of Nelson w.',-„ regis
tor.'d ui iii.' Cranbrook Friday.
9     \Ik-    I..-ii..   Neidig   ol    Kurt
■Jft Steele  ...i-  visiting   friends   nl
* Cninbrook on Wednesday ,   ,,   ,, ,■, ,    u     .1
*r .I.i,   Uiiiutulngs,  I . 1..  ».  ni:
**ft It      , | fernie was at Oranbrook Friday
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Is everything today, Endow your children
* with the best eduoation and they derive
more benetli therefrom than from money.
Physical welfare is necessary ton good eduoa
tion: It's prime condition, and i. most Impor-
lam factor Is the eyesight, No organ Is more
delicate, none more taxed Ihrough study and
menial effort, Some eyes are weak to begin
with—others have inherited defects. Both
need careful attention, so that serious conditions
may be prevented, or properly met, Think ii
over,    Consult us unv dav.
. F. Tate & sod
Long wear kitchen ..are is our mivillK business nl  the Govern-    ,
I air.ua  euauiuhuu.        Patmore I       ■ ' - "
Hr.
' in.mii ..tlii-
Jewelers   and   Opticians,
oltt.iiai VVlltoh I nupootoi'H C.P.R. Crow's No*, "hi Division
;! For a Good Investment
B U V
International
Coal and Coke
Nortli Star   Nicola Coal
We look for tiie above shares t..
double in value during the next
six  months
Beale & Elwell
Brokers For the Cnmpain
•; Baker, St. Granbrook, B.C. ;
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FOR   SAWMILL.
0
,1. ttullistei   Kamloops, was a;
J ;i ,■ , !rai brook Prid»\
'['. (I  Jones of Warduei * us n
town Wednesdas ou business,
Chiel ul   Police   Baron,   who  ,_.,„.,„,
Mr   an.!  Mrs.   K. .1.  Bradley has   been  on the sick   list l'or|
returned Wednesday from a visit suveral days, leoutagain, attend
ing to his duties,
.1   W   Pan tuu, manager of the
,f Winnipeg was g"-s< Kootenay Co., was al Kyan
n the city   Tuesday rhursday ou business.
1)  i:  Vates"oTTvycliffe was in    = Candies   fresh every  day   al
own Monday on business the  "s""'"'   Bnwl'      Wlli'   l""!
i ry i hem.'
11   Porier of Kimberley was in ~
* the city Monday. '    W.   Sutherland  of  Nelson
was ii  guest  al  the Cninbrook
Ji    W. . I. Owens of Winnipeg was J Tuesday.
in the city on Saturday last. ~—
  W. B. (iranl, B, ("illy of Nelson
A     ,\  Casey of Vancouver was al  "'''"-'    Cranbrook    visitors    on
"the Cranbrook  on Sunday last,    Wednesday.
wentworth Hall
I..   Waddel  of  Vancouver       Mrs   Whitehead,    and    Miss
A was in tlio city Friday. Whitehead of Movie were guests
al the Cranbrook Wednesday.
• •i     ll. [Airbus of   Revelstoke  was) 	
in lown Monday, A. Karnoy, of Kaslo,  a  Gov
  eminent limber inspector wus at
.1   I, PringleofSpokane.Tuuc   Oranbrook Thursday,
lion was. til the Cosmopolitan on ~
Motidtiv. ou can "''' a box of the hest
  cigars iu town al K. .1, Mighlon's
I,', .lohnson,   proprietor of llie  Tobacco Stole.
Central Hotel at Marysville was 	
in ihe riiy Monday. " regular assembly ol' Selkirk
 "_ Preceptory was held ill Masonic
I-'.   W.   Kelsall ol  Wattsburg Hall on Thursday evening,
was   in   the   city   Tuesday   on 	
business, ''-*•   Dobler of Michell  was at
  Cranbrook   Thursday   ou   busi
.Ur.   and   Mrs.   J.   Taylor of noss-
.Vli.vie were Cninbrook  visitors
Monday, •'• "• OustK ol   Pernie wus at
                        Cranbrook   Thursday   on   business.
R1
lubber Belting, Leather
Belting; I .uln i, ators, In-
jei'tors, Sir,im VVliistli.'ij.
safet) Valves, Globe ami othor
Valve*, Crease and ' lil Cups,
Iron Pipes. Pipe Kittingi tn 6
in.:h Iran (rate. Globe and
Angle \ alves up to 4 inch.
Sheet, Spin. 1 and Wick Park
ing. I loe's Saw Teeth. I .ul.
1 ieating < lils, Cup < Ireasc
Bolts to 16 in. li. Bar Iron
Washers. Threaded Nat-.
Babbit Vletals.     Pi|),   Tools.
II. Wrighl of Vancouver  was
registered    at ■ the   Granbrook
M mu In v.
Good things too numerous to
mention.
J. D. McBRIDE
Geo. R. LtflSK & Co.
Fred Taylor, und K. lj. Hagan,
were guests at, the Cosmopolitan
hlov ClothieTa^d 1). .1. Klnier °" V^ednesday.	
of'Moyie   were  gnosis  at Llio     The F. 0, E. charity ball, held
( ™"';rook on Sunday last,        '„ Mom|ay avenlng Wiis ||lrgely
.    ,,,    ,,     , ,.     !attended, and tininiciallv  wns a
A.  \\.   Hav.len   representing ■'
.1      . ■ i      r» ,-, o   \j. success.
the Canada Paper Co.,  ol Montreal  was transacting   business
111 Cranbrook Monday. ■'• "• Ivobinson relumed this
  week  from a business trip   lo
A.    I-'..    Waii>   wns   iu    thei Alberta,    He reports the lumber
city Tuesday.    Mr. Wail left on business us being uctive,
the uioruiiig irnin for Nelson on
bitsint'ss "■   '-••   '■   Oalbrnlth   was  at
  Cranbrook Tuesday.     Mr.  (Inl-
,    ,,    ,     ,,   , ,.,, ,,,       ,.; hraith had jasi returned from a
I... Maedonald ..1 Winnipeg, M   ,, J   ,.        ,. .,      ,,,   ,
u   in ,   1    ,,   ..  1        ,       ,• , ll'ec. ors   111. etui};   .1    the    ror
Su nn.1 ami .1. 11. Robertson of o.   .   .. ,r    , ..
,,.  . ,  , ,   ,,,   Steele H row ng Co. a  Home,
Moyie  were  registered   ul   ihe *
Cranbrook Monday. 	
  A concert, in aid ol  llie Free
.lay I'sher, 11   Bnlgardno and  Reading  Room  uilj  bo held in
.1   Cnrrigan all  ol   Fori Steele  Wentworth Hall on the evening
were  registered  al   the Cosmo- of   March   7ih.      The hesl   of
1 iK.litiiu 'I uesday Oranbrook lalenl will lake purl.
  Don't fnrgel the dale.
!.'   I'i,iter nl   Vancouver,  and 	
K    Patterson of Calgary were   "A ipiiei wedding was solem-
registered   at   the    Cranbrook  uized in the Methodist parsonage
: Weiliiesdai on   Friday   afternoon    al    ti
O'clock, when Kev. .1.    P,   Wesl- j
man united in the bonds of mat
lohn  Bromner
innet.   both  of
Movi
one Night oniu
Thursday March Sth.
STETSON'S
Original Big Double Spectacular
untie Tom's oaDin
COMPANY
THE BARNUM OF THEM ALL
Under The Management Of
LEON W    WASHBURN
More Grand Novelties Than Ever
Gorgeous Scenery,
Mechanical Effects,
Prof. Gerlach's Military Bund
Colored Female Drum Corps,
Blood Hounds.
Genuine Cake Walkers
UKANI, TRANSFORMATION HL'ENK
WATCH  THb)  HIO   PARADE.
BEST IN BACON
For our family trade we endeavor
to procure the very best
If we hear of anything new that
is recommended by a reliable
house we get it.
We were advised that this bacon was choice
and so ordered a small lot as a trial order
r
Yorkshire
Ayrshire
Irish Curings
Tickets   on   Sale  111   Bealtie  St
Atchison's.
Wiltshire
PRICE PER LB. 23 C.
G. T. ROGERS.
FANCY and STAPLE GROCERIES and CROCKERY.
,9m™9mlmimk**iri
TISDflLE'S ii
■.   [-feudquiLi'turri for
t'lilWH b'HUlTS
NUTS nml CHOiCK   £,
CONFRCTtONKRY ••
J Ice Cream and Soli, Drinks J
Also Tobacco, PipOH
and GiKto-M
liaker St.    Cranbrook   !!
•Jaajaafa
I'll,-   I'irst   ('11i1sin11111c.it  0(
Our Stock   < )(
CANNED GOODS
I In v.- iii'i'lvud.    We  Im.,'
ai'l.M-li'.l ;l llll-yi- vurii't; unit
^Hil»il^j^»i)»iWi*ll^'^»'iiK8«liNa^J^^ ,
EVERYBODY   SAYS
Our Clothing is Excellent!
A Largo Shipment of
I rivftetorin Giotmno tor spring
lias just boon passed into stock. There is nothing bettor- every garment is a model of good lasle
and SKILFUL, tailoring. Somehow you feel lhat
llie man win, planned our suits knows how lo
dress well himself, He is ever on the watch for 1.
new kink, and the fresh ideas gel into our suits
T
t
Other Suits As
Low as $5.00.
11
I   Fit-Reform Suits
I $15, $18, $20, $28,
REID St CO. I
9 STEWARTS liSiK
Only the Best     1
IT ~t
v"" Ki ' ""'• l"'i'''"''"'" rownahlo g^g.»(|)%(B%lWSD^iHlWIMIWir»   **l*gMB*«^i»ir»ir»iWll*ihll
; Lunch Served HotorOold       » .> :...>..-.»——.—   ==
At Any Hour
Ai, Any Price
lac. and up
Tlm U'ailim! Sim-.
IR   N. FINCH S CO.
CONII'I'ICTION'KIIS
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
Plans,  Sp.'.'ilii.iiiinii-
and Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
• •   |, ■      V  ■vnrniurm;  relief is obtahied b
.;   ll .'.     Ol'iMXllUNl'.RY ly adjusted glasses.
If after rending awhile your! ,,,„„,',. |H2   Opposite Post Office E
eyes st.ng and bum,  h diato|         fc HeBa oflke
NO'IIOK. *g: Calgary, Albtrta,
I P. Burns & Co. I
Main Offlco for S»t Kootenay, -ZS
Oranbrook, B.C -3
All   kinds   of    building    material
constantly on hand!
Kresh Mul. .nul Date
( ImiVc Navel Oi;ni,:,
li.nidiias and
Malaga   '.i"i|«'s
glasses nu\\ when beiiellcial,
Win. K Tate ,V Son, Onduntc
i Ipliu.ans.
relief is obtained by our perfect-
Noglecl  of
this  , i>i,iii11,111   invites   disense.     Thlri.y Uuy»urusr tlutu wt, liiloml In BZ
Protecl v.mi health by removing upply tn It"-' |,|lil'1 C'timnilnslonur of fc
iii,-    si ruin,     We     roconnnnnd  Liiiulu uiul Workn f.ir u »|,oolal lluoi  fc
in ..ul unit .'iii'i'.V uwuy iiiiiii,-i- n  lliu fc
(nllmvliii! ili'si'i'lboil latiil" In Si,nth I'.uai  g
Knotoni.y, tl-l-
  ;   cnn.mun.ilnu al h pout  iiliicutl uboiil
Mrs, W, ti. Morton,   who has ihi..ludnauimt.ami '-'" elndtiH north uf
been    visiting   with   friends   in i,hu nnrlli miBlwiriiur ul' l.,ol ist',. tlienuu fe
Montreal   for    the   pasl   threo sou.,1, I'JOnliiilin,Hioneo wuaHO uluihiajE
inonths relurned to ber home on iliunuo 'th Iffliiliulns, Uumhio uimt in "£ fjrjalers in
Thursday.      She    was  i.ecom- chiiln» lo |il« flinuliuilnif, *g
pnnled by  Mr,  and Mrs. Lewis    Louatuil ihis atsi. day or Peb., loon.    |~
formerly of Marysville who also,    Kimi.kiu.ky Mii.i.inc -v M.iNOPAC ^UUUUIU»Utt»UllttUUiUU«UUUUUUiUiUUIiUIUiUUIiUK
Wholesale and Retail 3
I Meat Merchai-its |
Hugh Stewart
Pliulie 75 ftnnsironij, ftve. have been m the east on a visit, | tubing Co., ltd
£    Live Stock
Abattoir and Cold Storage 2
at Calgary, Alberta,   2
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