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Vol. U.
CRANBROOK, B.C.. SATURDAY. AUGUST 18, I«Ofl
No. 84.
BIX PKR CENT DIVIDEND
Annual Kitting of the Canadian
Pacific is Held in Montrejl
Ai the aunual meeting '.' the
Canadian Pacific railway  which
took place In Montreal, on Moo
day last, there was a surplus ol
(it,784,558 carried forward after
doolarlng a half yearly dividend
of three pi-r cent on common,
stni'k and two per cent on pre-1
(erred. The Sguros for tin- fiscal
year up to June 80,1906, ure as;
follow*:
history..! wheat growing    The local se»s
yield ,»   , -• .., j.-,   if not caught
bv frost     n.er" wns an anxious     •*•• B- KfnwicK of Purl  Mm B
was in town Friday.
tutu- as the ii i,,-,,-, arw inter than 	
tumal E A. Watts ,.i Wrutsborf ma
One ..! the e -.Lis i> the wheat in the oily Friday
field near Ploeltert rees    It has
rafwri  demonstrated    beyond   a
doubt, ihal Southern Alberta is 	
one ot the fall wheat belta of the     \\- >, ciav of  t alg.iry wm la
world     Most o! the  wheat was CianbrooK  Thursday.
in stock ami Iooks as if it  would 	
yield about 85 to 40 bushels per     Wm Small returned Monday
from a visit to coast cities
Miche. Miners Celebration
RBGINA VS CRANBROOK
stairv.  aasl  neatly   »H   bl   iliem
Stopped work this uooa      Thev
WAS OUT   NOW IN AGAIN
Michel Miners'rnion will hold visiting  Prairie Chanpioca Find:''emaml an Increase of wages jtfflM a,n Released on Suspend
D   K   Yates.   Bay am. was iu
town aevnraJ dare 'h,s week
t ii',1-. MTOiDga
•J0.4N I >"*j'
Working expeuM
•J5.rt7o.wt
N.'t earning!
16,494,681
N.t Incomo
i:.O.V.-.7.'»2
Income fromothor ■ourcas.
L«684«fl69'
1,.--. Fixed ohargot	
7,964,006]
Uew am.unit ipplled KpUnti
1
ocean Bieanuhlpa ami p60*
bIod (mul.
890,0001
Not roranuo fur dlr (elands.
7,976.0001
Every citiaeu in Cranbrook
should strain a   (mint   to   rnak.
Cranbrook   will   Celebrate
Labor Day. Monday Sept. 4th.
acre. Some one is going to have
a well tolled exchoqiu-r 'his
A ut u in n
We  are  sorry  to   report  thai  [^Imr"Day celebration a success.
Mrs   Huston,  is very ill at the | 	
H M Fulierlon. Victoria was
in town Friday, looking up the
wants of his customers
K. E. Sharp, Winnipeg, 1' W
Gordon, Nelson, were guests at
the Cranbrook Thursday
Mrs.     B.    VTanDeoar,     Miss
Williams, ami Mr.   M.   Williams
Manse, the altitude is too high
for the old lady. For a day or
two it was feared she would not
recover We are pleased to report a great Improvement
their -vrd a .n'.al celebration next
Monday Over IBM are liuim up
as prfcMM The Italian band will
supply |M music Special trams
will carry passengers al one and
one third l»re (or the round trip
Ferine LsdgW
Cranbrook Public School
The Cranbrook Public School
will open ou Monday. Aug 1'lst
with the following Principal A
A McNeil. H A . ol Calgary
Mrs Hrock, Miss Lewis. Miss
Cartright. and Miss Williams
Cranbrook Testa Its Eq-.il
DISTRICT MINING NEWS.
At the Noith Star Mine.
Development    at   the   North!
star mine continues, and what
may lie considered of some importance, is the report of the
finding of a small stringer ofi
galena, having a width of tour
Inches, The stringer was encountered in the old shaft, and:
sinking will be continued until]
sufficient   depth   is   acquired   to'
warrant drifting on the ore.
Of Interest tn Those Engaged in were outing at Movie this week,
the  Development of the
Mining Industry
E. J. Cann of Kort Steele was
doing business al Cranbrook
Friday.
T.ie Buff Mineral Claim.
(!. Howell of Spokane who has
been for the past two months engaged in developing the RlulT
mining claim which is situated
mi Grundy creek, one and a half
miles south of Tracy returned to
Spokane lust week. Mr. Howell
says, that the tunnel is now in
nearly 50 feet, thirty of which
was dun,, this summer The ore
is a galena, which has a value of
860 iu silver-lead. He is well
pleased with the appearance of
the property ami expects to have
a paying and shipping mine by
the time the Kootenay Central is
constructed,
At Spokane Fair.
Mining will be given more
careful attention this year than
ever before by the Spokane
Interstate Fair, which is held
from October 11 to October 15.
The newly issued premium
list has a well prepared and arranged list of premiums, covering all the lines of mining ill this
purl of the country. This district, as well as every other,
should make a good display, for
there will be thousands of
visitors from the eust nt the
Spokane Fair this year.
Large deposits of hematite
iron have been discovered on
Baker Mountain.
When the rich copper district
near tin- headwaters of the
St. Mary's   river   get    railway ^^^^^^
transportation, it will rival Bntte|the early part of this week
in ils production.
Ten men arrived at Miche
from iiu- Bankbead
Bailiff lasl Saturday morning for
the purpose of doing some development work on the C. P. K.
coal properties up the Elk River.
The party which is uuder the
.1 Neil and Geo Scott, Marys
ville, were at the Cosmopolitan
Thursday.
Chief Constable McMullen of
Fernie was at Cranbrook during
Mrs John McDonald, of  Bay
ard, passed  through Cranbrook
mine   at Tuesday on her way to Bamf
The hay crop in the Kootenay
valley   this   year   is   a  banner
Messrs  M    B.   King,   K    E
Oharm Of Mr. Noble left on Mon-■ Beatli.-.  •)    T.   Laidlaw  and Nl.
,      ,   , D.  Billings  were at  Marvsville
day for their camp. Snndav.
Nickel   and   Cobalt    usually
occurs together and both are
found in paying quantities in the
(.race Dure claim which is located on Wild Horse creek.
Fred Hazen, of Cranbrook, is
developing a copper properly
near St.Mary's Lake
Placer mining on Perry creek
is steadily   going on.    The  big
Meeting of Kootenay Presbytery.
A meeting of the Kootenay
Presbytery was held iu Fernie
"ti Tuesday of this week, for the
consideration of further co-operation with the Methodist Church
al Coal Creek and Michel. It is
very probable that for some time
at least the Presbyterians will
lake charge at Michel, and the
Methodists at Coal Creek. Such
brotherly cooperation tends to
unite these bodies more closely
aud demonstrates that union is
leasable as well as probable.
In the Wheat Belt of Canada
Rev. W G. W. and Mrs.
Fortune, returned to Cranbrook
on Kriday August llth, after an
extended trip through Ontario
and the Prairie province.
Mr. Fortune reports the crops
in Ontario as the best he ever
saw Small fruits were not so
plentiful as in former years
owing to the excessive rainfall
in Juno. The prospects for u
crop of large fruit are very
good.
On tho prairie he drove
through miles of wheat, said to
be the best average crop  iu  the
Mr and Mrs. Henry Kershaw
of Fort Steele were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Patmore on
Thursday
Have you tried our new
candies they are made fresh
every day The Candy Makers,
Armstrong Ave.
V. Hyde Baker is another
hydraulic mine is washing a I disciple of Isaak Watson who
large amount of pav dirt these brought in a iarge number of
. Itiue trout this week,
days.
Considerable development isj The regular monthly meeting
being done on the Tiger Poor- 0f Cranbrook Lodge,  A.F. &A.
man   group of  mines.   John P.  M,  was held in  Masonic  Hall
Ltirsen. is making arrangements j Thursday evening.
for getting out ore for shipment. |
. , Government Agent J. F. Arm-
A large strike of gold quarts strong |efl on prTday on a visit
is reported from Perry creek by,to Golden. He will be away
Hank Eller. 'about ten days.
Will Leoture.
Rev.  Dr.  Hryce of Winnipeg,
will lecture in the Presbyterian
Church on Tuesday August 22.
Subject will be "Early days in
Canada", and will be illustrated
by   stereoptican   views.      Free
to all.
Oisoussbd Churoh Matters
Tin- Financial District meeting of the East Kootenay district of the Methodist Church
was held in Fernie on Tuesday
of this week Rev. J. Hobson,
B.A., of Fernie, chairman of the
district presided, and Rev. J. P.
Westman, ot Cranbrook, acted
as secretary. Delegates were
present from all parts of the
district, each Hold being represented. Reports were presented
from each field, all of which
were very encouraging, showing
that the work was in a thriving
condition. Arrangements were
mado for a visit from Rev, J,
McDottgal, D D, president of
Alberta conference, some time
during September, During the
session an adjournment was
made to the Presbyterian Churoh
where u meeting wits held by the
Presbytery which was then
meeting to make arrangements
for the more successful co-operation of the work of the two
churches in this district.
Rov. J. H. White, D. D., local
superintendent of Missions was
present and assisted by his
counsel and advice
W. U. Ross, M P. P.. passed
through Oranbrook Friday on
his return from a business trip
to Nelson.
Braiily St Co. were engaged on
Thursday in placing a large gold
sign on Ihe windows of the Imperial Bunk.
T. E  Murphy, Ryan, C Finch
Elktiioulh. and Mr. and  Mrs.   I.
i A.  Thomas,  North   Bay.   were
| guests at the Royal Thursday
I Mrs. E. II. Small and daughter
returned from Winnipeg last
Friday. Mr. Small went lo
Fernie to meet them.
Mr, and Mrs. Lesler Clapp,
and Mr. and Mrs. Wm Cleary,
were ut Perry Creek Monday.
They report having a very
pleasant outing.
Win. Lnngloy of Fort Steele
who has boon at Moyie for the
past week looking over a mining
properly was in Cranbrook
Friday.
Attention I Campers and Picnickers your supplies nre not
complete without fresh made
candies from the Candy Makers,
Armstrong Ave.
Tom Wnllniati, E. H. Small,
J. Hates and Frank Dickenson
left on this mornings train for
Cowley. Thoy will spend a
week Ashing in the Old Man
river.
Cranbrook will Celebrate Labor Day, Monday Sept'. 4th.
An exhibition game of lacrosse
was   played    on   Ihe    athletic
grounds on ffwlimrtaj
Those who witnessed the gMM
report it as the best, cleanest
and fastest lacrosse game that
has ever been played along the
Crow line
I'iay was called at ti 19, and
Raging start.nl ill to set a pace
(or Cranbrook, but o-anhrook
was   there with the goods, uii.l
aft. ra lasl ..n.l exciting elevenIreorganised thoCrattbrook Brass
minutes Regina scored a goal Band, and are now engaged la
No more gwi's were ma.le In this drilling ihe new members, who
quarter ; number sixteen,
The second quarter was equally ! in:1i appearance
amounting lo live per cent arid,
so far. only -., ;,.* of tile mill
owners have expressed their
willingness to craw thedaetand
There w ill Iv another conference
bi-tivee", ivprvsentalives of the
strikers and mill owners and if
no settlement of  the  differences
is toaohed, there will not be a
spindle or loom working next
Monday
Ontituwk s \ew Bind
Messrs Short and Wilson have
The 6na Club. 	
tlhal their in
The  members of  the Moyie    TheSjeoondquartnrwasequallylitikiappmrai.ee on the streets
Gun Club held two contests this as fast as the previous one. after I on Labor Hay will he a success
week.     Al    the    one     Monday  ('laying  some very pretty com-1 	
Campbell broke 18, Amstrong 18 filiations Young scored for the        ST8MWINDRR HAS 0RK
ami Desaulnler B birds out of 25. i \ isitors, time ttvs minutes    This. 	
On Wednesday Campbell broke, put the home team on their met Recent Developments Indicate Oie
19, Casey 10 and Amstrong 14 tie and after strenuous playing I ^ Depth iii a Number of
out of SS     A team will soon be on the part of PattOU, Clothier
organised to shoot with theCran
brook     Warn   on   Labor   Day
—Moyie Leader.
Claims on Huckleberry Hill.
and   Carruthers.    I'atlon   shot,
and    succeeded   in   giving   the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      home team its first goal
Al half time the score was L' lo
Labor Day Prir.es , in ,BVi,r o( ,;0>:ill.1 ■	
Pink Bros   will give a spnO'-Ufa th„ i,ome ,*„„,  workingL     Sl„lmvimtl„. „„„„,„ ,,!„,,,
ml  prise o   no for the best nke beavers keeping the ball lnLhW,  1S sllmll(Hl on
dressed lumhoriug  leant   in  the Ragtnr.    quarters,   shooting   StL,, j,,,,     „,„.th,„,M
parade ot, Labor Bay -t,v0,y   opportunity,   and   '^"s-'i >;0,..'>, star mine
Messrs Hoggarlh and Rollins, axcollout work. After five milt-, ' \.]w 's,,',,nnv,m.,„, ls Uv;llrti .„
proprietors of the Cranbro.il;; utes, when combination after I „i0 fm)| of .,,,, mminl.,in ,lml ,)ns
Hotel, will also give a special combination had failed. Cowan
prise of (10 to the best dressed I passed to   Mannahan,  who re
A strike of galena ore is reported on the Sleiawinder
For the past six weeks a small
force of  men,  under  Al  .lones
Huokle-
of  the
cc Sentence   Is again Duller
Arrest st Vaneeuter
.lames till), ihe defaulting
clerk of V Hyde Itaker. who
was iried on Monday lasl at
Nelson for si.valing (VitXI. on
pleading guilty was tvl.vis.xi on
sutpotided senteti.v
The result ol the trial was a
complete surprise to a large
Dumber of oltiTWkal at Cranbrook
Later on it was learned that an
information had la-en laid charging t.ill with eiiilvstling a stilt
larger sum, and a warrant was
issued for his arrest (.ill in the
mean lime, il is reported, had
left for Vancouver His being
Wanted, was telegraphed lo the
.vast, and on Thursday indir
tnation was reooivixl nf his arrest
at Vancouver
Cranbrook will Celebrate
Labor Day. Monday Sept. 4th.
team hi parade on  Labor Day.    | turned the hall wilh lightening
rapidity to Cowan who shot and
Will Attend French Manoeuvres, j tound tne „,,,_   This evened the
I score ami Regius started oil with
New York. August 19, Lieut. L ragn ,„ w(0) !Vf)er (our minutes
l.en Chaffee and a party of|0f |HS, playing Young al ihe
army officers, representing : ,qos,, 0j R tine combination found
various branches of the military j the net Score Uegina :i. Crau
service, suileii on the Krooiilaud I brook L'
for Antwerp today.    They will     Fourth quarter Cranbrook was
i rush,  and  iu just 80
Oao, Mannahan, after
attend the French army manocu   „fl willi
vres  and   will    telurti    to    the j seconds
1'nited Stales on  the Philadelphia which sails on October 7.
The Coil Output
la very pretty combination made
by Messrs Crahati! Paltou.
Clothier and Carruthers, shot.
scored    and     lied    the   game.
i Again thev were al it, Cranbrook
The ..input of the Crow's Nesl j swurm)! llle ball taking it closely
Pass Coal Co, for the month of ^ XWUm gnoottng ,i&{U, „lu,
July was as follows: L^  ,nl,  Shll)lks WBS M ^
With a big stick, made in Kegtiia
1 for thai occasion, and would not
'allow a ball to pass.    The home
'team continued to push mailers.
I and   the combination   work   of |
both teams was such as  would
carry off championship honors
in any game     But Kegina was
I there With a  defense  thai   was
like a stone wall, which was too
TONS
Coal Creek
.    10,260.06
Michel	
L';i,74r..ir.
Carbonado..
9,029.01
Total   78,084.28
A slackness iu the  mi lies has
been reported for the past couple
of weeks owing partly  lo over
stocking by some ol the
customers and partly owing to
the operators' strike on the
G XII.        	
Sullivan  Smelter.
The second stuck of the Sulli
van smeller was blown in Thurs
day. This gives to the Marys
ville smelter a lead capacity
equal to any 111 the Kootenay.
j high  and   strong to pass, good
I playing   was   continued  lor  II
minutes, neither side scoring.
'    At lite  close   the   score was
l liegina 11 Cranbrook 11.
THE LINK OP,
always been considered by   mill
ing  men   to  hold the key lo the
mineral location in the lull.
Several years ago a tunnel
was run to tap the main lodge al
a depth ol lis»i feet,   it   was  the
intention then to drive the tunnel
4,(Hai (,-ct. but after running
ino feet work was discontinued,
Opon the return of manager
I N   McLeod Curran trotn an enst-l'"*1
em visit, some two months ago,
it was announced   that   develop
I menl work would lie ciimiuenced
Ion the Sleniwinder,   and  subsequently a small force were set io
work   in   ihe  old   lunnel. which
was extended for some distance,
When a small vein ol galena was
encountered crossing the tunnel
at almost a right angle. A
cross cut was then run. the vein
gradually widening    The ore is
said lo be a line grained galena,
as rich il not richer than the ore
from the Stat
Ou Huckleberry Hill I here are
located   some  thirty   to   forty
mineral claims, all having show
ings of galena in more or less
quantities, and the recent strike
may   lie  of  such   importance as
will induce active development
on every claim on the hill
Tin' Sleniwinder is owned by
Mann .v McKennio. and has no
Connection whatever wilh the
North Star Mining Company
Sal* of Booth*
ll  has h.x»n decided   by   the
Labor    Hay    celebration   com
mil toe lo chargo a fee of US iV)
for the privilege of selling cigars
soft  drinks,   ice  cream, olc on
the grounds on Labor Hay. and
io rent the boolh now erected, on
th,- grounds by sealed bids
Therefore sealed bids will be
received    by   the   undersigned.
until 4 put. August 88nd, 1005
for rent of luxiih on grounds for
Labor Day.
ll   W   Wiiitk, See.
Fernie News Items.
Prom tha Pornlo budgor
The Morrissey Hotel owned by
.lilies Hurell, was burned down
lasl ntgllt,    Total loss.
Fire started between Morrissey
anil Klkoon Ihe west side of the
river lasl Sunday.
The Pernie Lumber Co. had a
large force of men over the river
yesterday putting out smoulder
ing tires which survived the rain1
of Ihe night before
The proverbial slaleiuenl that
birds of a feather thick together
needs revising, peacocks, robins
and storks seem now to be living
|i  ihe sumo direction
Posters are out unnoiineiug a
football match, Kernie vs Coal
Qreek ut Crow's Nesl league
oompollth'11 on the Fertile rne-
reatton grounds next Saturday,
the 19th. The kick will go off
ti nt) p. m Admission 25 cents.
'Ibis will be a good game and a
huge turnout is expected.
Cosard's pony show arrived in
town, from the east, Friday
morning.
Begins
Cranbrook
Shanks
goal
Mannahan
Slovens.
point
McLean
Stewart
.... cover.
Hathie
Peart.  .
1st defence
Mill hews
Smith,
2nd de
lllack
Hardy..
,8rd defetii
e..   . Hayes
Sleep
Center.
.Graham
Hayes
. Hit! home
 Pullon
Heed
L'uil home.
Manahan
Winkler
1st lionn
>.. . .Cowan
Young
oulside
Carrulhers
McCorvie
..     inside
.Clothier
Labor Day Admissions.
\dmission  to   grounds,   men
Hoys over 8 and under lb,
Ladles ami children fm>
Admission to grand stand Stic
No    entrance    foe    will     be
ll urged for any event,
H   Whitk, Sec
Klk Kiver Coal Co
Those who were in attendance
lit the Kegina Cranbrook game
witnessed a royal battle, it wns
a championship game, and would
equal games put up by proles
sioniils in any portion of Canada
It was a clean game, no penal-
lies, not a complaint of any kind
ll was the best game of Incrosse
ever played In Southeast Kootenay,
Strike of Cotton Operatives.
London, August IH.- Nearly
all cotton factories In Lancashire
closed down for an indefinite ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
period today In consequence of J September 1. when Alberta will
the strike of the operatives. I become a province. It is also re-
There are between sixty and!ported that their excellencies
seventy thousand operators, em- may take up their residence here
ployed In the mills of Lenca-, for a month.
Married at Spokane.
At Spokane on Monday last.
Justice of the Peace  K   A. Sloe
ker  united   in   marriage H   s.
Catling and Miss Tora Hill. l«>th
of Cranbrook
The newly married couple
returned to I'ranbi-.iok Friday
nml   were  the recipient of many
congratulation from their many
friends
Forest Kiro.
tin   Monday   afternoon   and
nighl the woods- on the north
side oT Klk river. Opposite
Fertile were on tire. The conflagration assumed serious proportions during Ihe night, but
fortunately ruin set in and sub
dued it to a considerable extent.
Karl llrey Come3 West
It.has been officially announced
earl and lady Grey Will attend
the celebration at Edmonton on
The general annual meeting of
the Klk Kiver Coal and Oil Co.
wns held in Ihe head office, in
the L.T.W. lllock, Fernie, on
Tuesday evening. The Presi
dent, W A. Illeasdr.ll in present
iug the annual report made a
no.it speech. The report showed
the finances of the company to
he in good condition and the
properties to bo looking better
and heller as llle development
work Was lieing done The
lifteen shareholders pveseil
showed their appreciation of the
able manner in which their
llivectors had Conducted the
business of the company for the
year
The election of officers for the
ensuing year resulted as follows
In the place of the three retiring
directors, Messrs Tiittle, Shaw
and Scott, there were elected
M. ssrs .1 K Lawry, Chas
Kliiigensmith and W. S. Fair-
Held.
W K RoSS, M.P.P., also ie
tired and was appointed the
company's solicitor in his
place on the Directorate was appointed iv Van Dusen.
W. A. Hlensdell was re-elected
president .1 1{. Lawry was
elected vice president and W. S.
Fairfield was re-elected secretary
treasurer.
This company which is largely composed of Fernie people,
holds l.'i coal claims in Ihe Upper
Klk valley. The company for
the past month has had a force
of men at work doing the assess
ment work and as the seams are
uncovered I here is provided -?.
ample visible proof of the fine
quality and the wide extent of
coal deposits which was known
to exist there.
The company believes that
there are no liner coal deposits
In Canada than those Included iu
their 4l> square miles.—Fernie
Free Press.       i -*»**«»
I
H3H
1MB THK PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK
AUGUST 1!-. l«o5
it'
Jacobs Irish
BISCUITS AND CAKES
FRESH   CONSIGNMENT
JUST   TO   HAND   " "   lh
Factory in lluhlin-
»a.i  __   -^ , new    buttons   on
Gwje Itawpertor. dothes
I.STAllLislU.i-    l"»
A. B. Grace-,
'UBI.1BHKH    IM-   KiiiTui;
•the ^coe^ectur
SATURDAY. AUGU:
m. Hurt.
nis lighting
acU will swing .1 '.'-'
stick, when editing his new
missionary paper the "Claim,"
with Un- freedou ..i a man who
don't give a d imo for Mayor
Stork, ihe Coal v ompany, or
other monopolists
will gel sail
dent when he hits the high spot
in his claim
*T"*-HK chief cu.ise  Of  th.
•*-       crease   of   commerce   in      With the yellow   peril busy at
Dominion may in- traced to Portsmouth, and yellow jack :
* CRANBROOK
* HOTEL m
polisls     Thu Colon.-I  M
icy, and be indepeu- }M Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection ?)
11
fl hundred varieties to choose iromlartzzi*K?.prsJ?:s£S
All   Good
Nearest to railroad depot     Has accommo-
diiiions   tor   the   public   unequalled  In
Oranbrook.
Tom Ltiwson
G. T. ROGERS.
,i STAPLE GROCERIES and  CRl
Cranbrook, B. C.
KANH
CROCKERY.
HOKE B&MAINS
Our cheat)  hammocks  are   nearly
all gone so now we offer you.
GHEflP FISHING RODS
Spokane      International     and interest  it
Kootenay Central   railways will, ...
open up a new territory   and re       M,   Alex Lucas, ol  Kuslo.WBS
suit in the development of tilth- Un Cranbrook Monday Mr
erto neglected natural resources Lucas is chief assessor ol ihe
mineral, agricultural and timberiKooteuays      in    conversation
•   *   * with ii  PKOSPECTOR represciita-
In speakiug oi the future, and - tiv.- he said:   "Tho Kootenay and I
tbe construction of railways, one I Columbia valleys tire the prettiest
prominent mill man says  that h0 British Columbia"
there will be twice as much tlm- . . .
her  ,-ut   in Southeast   Kootenay      n|UIy   um|   falsehood are   the
than .-vet-before in the history 0U]-y weapons -.i Russia's diph
of the district.
S|Hot and Cold llatlis
HOGGARTH & ROLLINS
Proprietors 8S
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It is not the amount of water     Rimiu was not built in a day,
in the kettle, but the Are under j liut ,|„. streets of Cranbrook ure
it that keeps it boiling- it  is en- Uiffereni
thusiasm and advertising hack of ...
your    business    thai   k>-.-ps   it      [n a few days we shall  learn
a going Jiip.uis tei u.s.
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Tin- Devil is Dead'
SEE THIS LIST
Bamboo Holes, :i Pieces     -5<
Split Bamboo Hods. 3 Joint
Split Bamboo Rods, -I Joint, 2 Tips
M\ Laucewood Rods, 3 Joint
'v? Laucewood Rods, 3 Joint, - Tips
//(M Greenheart Rods, 3 Joint	
rfjk Greenheart Rods, 3 -I .int. 2 Tips ..
Ivj^ Greenheart Rods. 3 Joint, 2 tips (Be
ANow Is Your Chance.
nd Tn'i
I.ihi
# Deafness Cannot Be I ured.
1 m tWed "The Devil is Dead  L    l0CB, „,,,,!„.„,„„„, M ,,,,., ,.„,„-
-    I but  this should  not   tempt any reach tho diseased portion of the «
Tli.-i-t; is only one way to euro .i.-atii--
nmi that is l.\ constitutional rometlli
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board an excursion train
tn Nelson for the purpose of
getting   a    copy   of   -'Lowry's
Claim".
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All mining camps  hav.
ebb and   their tlood tides
their
First
Deafness is caused by an iniliiin.-ii con-
Uitiiin nf til.- inn.-on- iiiilll.' ol tho
Eustachian Tuba. IVksn this ml.,- is
intlitiiii-ii yi.'i lis..-:. rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and wheu u is .-i:-
ttroly closed, Dealness :- the result,
and unless the Inflammation cun be
takon out and thU tube restoroil to lu
.normal condition, hearing  "iii  be de-
comes a  remarkable strike and strayed forever; nineoa» ut "i ion
uu  intense excitement   follows: are caused by Catarrh, which Is noth-
[mi: mu nn uitluiii'si .-.iiiiiiti'iii ..t .(■
then   comes   the   reaction  and mucous surface.
they say that the camp is played I   Wo will give Om- Hundred Dullum
i.ut.  After a period of depression
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$ C. E. REID & CO..
(|Phonf 7A        The Druggists.
H      CRANBROOK,   B.C.
zTOji DISPENSING    OUR   SPECIALTY
I of greater or less duration, there
is a revival, new mines are open-
led  ami  the camp becomes sub-
for anv '-.-.-■ .'I Deafness caused I.i
catarrh that .-annul be cured by Hull *
Catarrh Cure, intend lor circular., free
i. (•', CHIN :V & ' ii.. Toledo. O.
Sold by Druggist*, '•>-.
Take Hall's Family Pills ( unstl-
Mel lor »-i»i-
Gteneral Merchandise
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Stantial.     Southeast    Kootenay natlon
mining camps are DO exception
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£ Cranbrook, -      - B.C. ^
^iinH.ifsiifiTinfiiiiiiiriuriiifiir^
H Do Not    €
Lei tet the present warm weathci all
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i we will ever experience, bul prepare for tha frigid atraos- W
\ pht-h- which will in bul a few month. a^ain come upon -. **£•
. by purchasing from us now Ihe celebrated SUNSHINE JjC
RNACE
nl hav.
Installed t>\ Practi
Mcchanl
Patmore Bros. £
•5 Sr
•gPlumbing. Roofing, Heating and Ventilating EngineersS:
There is an ever increasing
.demand for more smelter capacity in the Kootetiay.s, and this
demand will continue for the
reason that thousands ol men are
prospecting and developing what
is destined to be one of the greatest ore producing sections on the
earth.
Ii   is  gratifying   to   observe ,
that all recent reports from mine!
owners  and   operators  indicate
progress towards the establish-!
mem of the mining industry of!
Southeast Kootenay on a paying
. I basis.
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There are plenty ol people
having a "fly time" in this life
who will not be able tu sport a
pair ol wings in the next
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The  inuti  who prides  in  Ihu
delusion that he is always right
is simply too stupid  to comprehend when he is wrung
.   .   .
What the Japs will get, and
whin Russia will give is keeping the i-yi-s of the world direc
ted towards Portsmouth,   N. II.
ATTENTION   PROSPECTORS   AND   MINERS.—It Is noi
y.,..nn.ni.ni.....i....i........»«»..».^ ii'-.'.ssin >   to freighi  your supplies twenty miles, when you cm
Sn   ..-- m  ,-i......... j- purchase the same goods, al the same price, at MBLLOKS.
will llri.l ii ii  large  savini:
I Rocky Mountain Chapter
| M.   128,   R. A. M
:S CRAXnBOOK, II. .
Regular meetings:- 2nd Tn.-
,la\   in    -.i.-l.   month   at  .-ight
o'clock.
Sojourning  ' 'onipunioti!
cordially Invited.
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Miners ^oiag utail polntH, via St. Mary a
and convenlonco to procure suppHoj. from
ii,
General Outfitter
Marvsvllle,
B.C.
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j CHENETTE & NEAL. Proprietors
Professional.
HARVEY 4  MuCARTEK
UUHHISTEkS AND SOLICITORS
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31   Marysville,   B-C.   ^:
J The
\'i  valley
largest and  hesi equipped hotel in the .St, Maiy-
COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS.
KAMtKDOl..
Te**s«»»«*«»?*«»«^*^'^«»i>*?^?**>*?^«*?J«^^
W. F. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
Grailtirook        British Columbia
C. H. DUNBAR
BABKISTKR, B0LIC1T0II
mul N'dTAl'.V  PUBLIC.
Cosy and
Comfortable Rooms
Royal Hotel
Marysville, B.C.
The above hotel has been recently erected, and neatly furnished throughout, The Bor is supplied with the best brands of
Liquors and Cigars.
Headquarters for "
Mining Men Pour things are  essential to
the success of an advertiser:
1st.  -Goods ol  equal If not of
belter   quality    than   others   of
their kind.
L'nd.    Money    to    spend     ror|
FRANK ANGERE. Manager|advertising.
3rd.—Courage   to   spend  the
money.
1th.    Ability     to    spend    the
money judiciously.
Cninbrook, ii I'
6. H. Thompson
OFFICE   Lfc'.aVSK   BUILDING
Cranbrook, H.i
THOMAS   M .■ V I T T I li
P.L.S. & C.B.
Fort Steele B,C,
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HOTEL
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BREWING CO., LTD.
PERNIE, B.C.
MANUFACTURERS and BREWERS of EXTRA PINE
PORTER
The big armies in the East
re almost wltbin rifle shot of
i>leach other, another bij; batile,
ending in the defeat of the Russian nniiy, Russia will be in a
position to realize that chronic
generousity is the price of peace. .
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BEER
SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
Bottled beer for family
use a specialty
Outside   Orders
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
4 P. O. BOX 812     b.
x)     TELEPHONE NO. I     p
Port   Steele Brewing Co., Ltd.
DR. E, W. CONNOLLY
Phusician and Surrjeon
0PF1CK ARMSTRONG AVE.
Hours:  ii to 11 a.m. '2 to 6 p.m,
7 to s p.m.
Phono OtHce 106    Residence lot.
Post Office
Store
The largest General Store in Marysville, where miners
can be supplied with anything tln-v wanl at .ill times at
Cranbrook prices.
Groceries.   Hardware,
Clothing.,   Stationery
E. J. CLAYTON
NOTICE.
notice I* hanoy ft.«a that thirty o^
titer date I lattnd to apply to ttia ChJai qm\
mladootfo) Uuidaaad fforkatora Uohim u>
ptqtpOOt lor eoiil auJ jwtrulrum ou th« IoUqv.
iug dteorllMd landi lu Baal Kooteui pbtrloi
Qommaaelni ut a ix>-.t piaatod at ttu- M-tk
■Ml corner of Alio.- Tun la ^ I oul utiu patrola^g.
i-Ului ou Hit BlVOI rtboUt A mil.-, nortli of |,ot
ca-ir Qrottp Ou Koouaay, Utaoaa *> ohtim
Wfit. tlK'n-i' n DbatlU riurili. tlii-nci! ni ojujj-
iitst. tbaaofi Hohaloi uuib to \u>- ptaoa ol b»
KtnnlBR oontaluloi ft« acrm mun or )«■«,
Dated July tttb, i<Ajn.
John V. WUaon, Looatoi
Commencing at a poat planted at iV nortb.
.•ast, oornor of John k. WUaon'a i>M| *Di
patrolauo alum, ibanea N obalu wwt, iboo««
n ebalna nortli tbanwBO ebalna (■u^t, tbenu
t*u cbalne eoutb to tbe plaoe nl befloolog roa.
UnuiiK MO airttit tnort-or U-ss
Dated July ■> iota,
Vina WtUoo, Looatoi
John p Wihfin. A|ant
Oommenoini at a poet planted on ihu nortb*
eaal corner <>' Vina WUaon'a i-uui and
petroleum etalm, thenoe W cbalne eeat. tbeoee
BO ebalna nortb, tbenoe U obutne weet, tbenoe
Kebalnaaontb to tbe plaoe oi btimain*- cob-
litiutuK *vtn Boree more or leee
Dated Jul) I-, IW
AlioaKntt, Looatoi
John ¥ Wllaon, Agent
Oommeaolng at a poet planted nt tho north-
net corner oi vina WUaon'a eoal and petroleum fUim, tbenoe ho chains ireet, tbence u.'
ihalna nortb, tbenoe W ebalna eaat, tbence B
•h-iini south to the plaoe ot U^.naum couuin-
inn aw Boree more or leas.
Dated July a i«os.
A  Mclmynv Locator
John i'. rt'lisnii. Agent
Commencing at a poet planted ai the north-
MM corner of A.  M. lutyic * coal mul peiro-
leum claim, tbence no obalna want, tbence no
balna north, tbenoe8U obaloa eaai, th. we w
ubalne aoQth to tbe place <>i twglnnlug DOntelo<
in»ro4Uaireh more or I«»m,
Dated July .id. IVuft,
a. run iii-iti. Locator
John i'. Wilson, Agent
Commencing »t a pom planted al the north,
vest comet <if Alice Unu'eooal mul petrol- um
claim thence 80 obalna eaat, thenee so chuim
north, tbenoe 80 ohalns weat, tbence so obalna
south to tbe place ol beginning oonta.nlng &*)
Bores mor. or less
Dated July 18, inui
A. Manahan. Locator
John f. Wilson, Agent
Commonolng at a post jil nu. <1 at tint north-
east corner of A   l'nlrlli Id's con I anil jm-uiiIcuui
claim, thenoe 8w chains weat, thenoe no ttbalna
nortb, tbenoe 80 chalus eaal, thenee U ebsloa
nouth t« the place ot beginning rootamlni *rtn
acres more or leaa
Dated July 81, 1906
Leila Rosa  Locator
John P. Wilson, Agent
Commenolug at e poat planttd at the north-
west cornel  ul  A    MHiiahan s eoal and petro-
I'um claim, thence s.i ebalna out, thence w
nortb, thonee80 chains west tbence ni chains
■ouih to tbe plaoe of beginning containing '-io
ru'run more or less.
Dated the .!8lli July, 1006
K. Doborrr. Locator
John ¥. Wilson, Agent
fi mmendng at a post pint i nt tbe north-
BBStcorner of LpIIb Robs' cuol and p-'truleum
olslm,tbence 80 ohalns wroat tbeiien *ii» rhuin*
north thence «o chain* biwI U" nee frtchaloi
•mull to the place of !>■ ginning conuiotng '>w
ires more or leu
Dated July 89 1906.
A   M  Stewart, Locator
John P. Wilson Agent
Commencing at a poet planted at tbe north*
went comer (if K Doberer'B ooal and [> trol* um
nlaim tbence 80obalna oaat. tbenoe *» chains
north, tbence 80 ohalns mat, thenee N chains
•null, to the place ol beginning containing 0W
tores inure or IBM
Dated July », iwis
j s Alexander, Locator
John K  Wilson. Ageril
Commonolng m a poat planted mi the north
esst corner of A   M   -t'-wurl s coal Bfld  OCtre
leumclaim, thenco80 chains west tbence |Q
rhalns nortb, tbence "o ehaini east, tbence w
chains south to the place ot beginning contain
lug M0 acres mor-' or leaa
Dated July HO, 1006
s y Wallace, Locator
John F. Wilson, Agent
rommeiirln,; SI a pnn pleuted at the in rib-
treat corner ol J s Alexander's coal and p'tTO*
leum claim thence *w chains east ihoncpsn
rhaitiN north tbence M chtins west tbence 90
-iisin- Bonth to the place <-f beginning contain'
.UK lilO acres more or le*s
Dflted 80th July. 1906
A W Ml.tts.ieii Looatot
John P. Wilson. Agent
Commencing st n i»>st piuni'.t at th*' north
east corner of S, P. Wnllace'i coal and peuo-
tenm claim tbence M chains weet, tbenoi M
ebalna north, thence RO ebalna east thenee tto
chains south to tbe place if beginning containing wo ■.ere more or leu
Dated t9th July, taos.
Dora Wallace. Locator
John P. Wllaon, Agent
Commmolng ate post planted nt tbe north-
Weil  corner of  A    W     Uli-nsdell's   coal   nnd
netrolenm claim, thenee 80 chains oest, tbence
10 chains nortb, thence 80 cbalns wast, ihenee
■w chain-, nouth to tbe place of onmmencemrot
containing tMO acres more or less
Dated tttb July i»v
M. M Barber, Locator
John P. Wilson. Attfiit
Commencing at a poat planted at the north'
wat corner ol M m Barber's ooal end netrn-
ii'iim claim, thence K0 chains east, thenre (W
chains north tbence 80 chains weal  tbonce *
chains south l" the place nf beginning ciililnln-
intf MO acres more or less.
Dated Jul) tttb, If*.
Vlberl Mtit/, Loeator
John P  Wilson   Agent
Commencing at a poet plants! al tbe nnrth-
"aat corner ol Dors Wallaces eoel and peim-
leum claim, thence m ebalna west, tbonce80
chains north, tbence ho chains eaat. thenee w
chains south to the place or beginning contain-
U0 acres more or less
Dated Wth July. 1906,
Plorenro Orr. Locator
:« John P, Wilson  Agent
.s.t»"*>"»->"S'.»|n>"S.'»-».>"»-»'*>*'*>"S"S"a *"i
Colonel Robeil T. Lowry has^
^[disposed of the Penile ledger to
| a Bytidlcate
! aires.
of  Pernie million'
The Colonel   is  petting
NOTICE OP DISSOLUTION
SOTICB   ll hereby given that the partner )
ship heretofore subsisting between us the |
undurslgned. asTobocco Uorobante in the town j
of CranbrooU. has tbla day been dteaolved by
mutual consent.
Ail debts owing t»th« sold partnership are ui
be paid i" the said Samuel J- Mlgbton «t
Cranbrook. nforcwild, and all claim'- against
th" will psrtncrsblp are to bo preaentod to tbe I
suld Snniuol J, Mlgbton, b> whom the same
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noted at C ranbrook this 8th day of July Ittfi
WITNESS
f.  E.  KliNG
a-t   DENTIST
OFFtOB Hut'llK:   il to 12 a,111
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llKKIl.'l;iinil KKSIUENCK
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I P. Burns & Go. 1
E"~ Huud Otti™,
,^_ Culniiry, Alberta
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Main Officii for East Kootenay, Zi
Cranbrook, B.C ~
Armslronil Ave    Cranbrook l£
  Jt:
Hires & Four Year Courses
... Vimnz, Chrmlcal. Civil,
Mechinletl and Elfctri^l
EatliiMriaf, C:
Mln,rtlof|r and Gcolo,)-, J^.  , .     |
Bilaloj)- aua!  Public Hc.lth. J^    Ill-alel'Sln
Wrlufo.alMo.rK. C        Ljve  Stock
llsll'
3 J MIOHTON
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Wholewalc and Retail 3
1 Meat Merchants 1
9* ^*"^        '-Us.
'rte Scrreury,
1-  'a'-.l  Of   IfioioH.
,-aoairtfcU, Otai
Abattoir
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and Cold Storage 9
t Calgary, Alberta.    ^
?wuuuuiumiiiimmuiuiuiii8iuiuiiiuiiiiiiiiiiuiiuiuiiiuiil
The Illinois Central
MalnttilriM uimxci'lleil Bflrvloo froni
tin- west to the i-ast unci nouth. MiikinK
oIobg t-oiitii'i'tlofiH with tfalni ol nil
transoontloontal linua. pasnongora aro
glvon tholr otaoloe of routiw to chlfiid'
Loutavtllo, MomphlB and New Orlo .tifl.
and ihrouffh thus.' points to the fareftat
Prospective traveler! desiring infur-
mation an to the lowest rates and best
routes are invited to correspondence
with the following representatives,
U. H. TnvMiit'i.1., Comroerelal A»retii
142 Third St., Portland, Oregon-
.1. C. LlNDBEY, T. K. & P.A,
142 Third St., Portland, Oregon
P. B. Thompson, V. ,t P,A„ Boom1
Oilman Bldg.. Beattie, Wnih,
ADVERTISE.
THE PR08PECTO« FINK "BROTHERS
But the Famous Carss Mackinaw Clothing and You Will Have the Best on Earth
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Geo A Slater
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Our StOGfe t>
Offta for I us pec lion
mere is ho
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MEN'S
Furnishings
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We     handle
everything a man
wears except
clothing.     We claim to  have  the
largest and best assorted stock of
Furnishings in East Kootenay.
"       We also sell Blankets, Quilts,
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i Suit Gases.     We would  like the
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)       Stanfields aqd pis' Under*
I Wear a specialty.
nN IV BROTHERS
Tl»> Mdll
Who wears
Glo\'©H
Finda It very
expansive under
the beet ol oondiHona.   We have
in the
BWBNDRATH
a  glove  that   will   reduoe  thin
expense to the loweet paint.  We
guarantee  this   glove   to   give
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assortment to choose from.
Thoy stand tiro, water and
stoam it ml will wash.
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could desire,  .i small order Ioi youi house oi .i
carload for youi mill oi mine will have oui most careful and
prom nt attention,     We bu) onl)   the  Beat < Joints, we
,M-i    buy only in car lots, we pa)  spot cash foi  everything
ami give mu customers the hcnclit
As we slated above, wo buy tho very beat ol everything,
we use trie very greatest care in buying canned munis us it doesn't pa) to bu) seconds
simply because they are cheap. Try our teas, packed under our own label, tlio beai
teas in Canada for the price.
We sell the famous Leitch Bros Anchor Brand and Lako of the Woods Five Rosea
Hour no better to be had.    We carry a large stock of imported goods such as C. it B. Jams, Jellies, Marmalade, Pickles,
Capers. Anchovie Sauce, Chutney, etc.
Blue Label Catsup, Fancy California Fruits, Edam St
Limberger Cheese, French Sardines, Peas and Mushrooms,
in fact anything to be found in the big first class stores in
the Cities.
VV'p mc thrmitig a big line
WI'   ..nil   lit.' I ,iu;i-.l StOCll "I t l"«Ut\   lll.l CIam
m .in-  III   I' ,l'.l   |\,«<lr-IM\
Urn-   you   Mill   liiii!   0VO1 vlltniK  U..III   ll..-   pliitn   tvhtl
granite i" tha Rncsi Kngliih, Gernmn nnd French uhtnn
We It-iii' a l.tiK1 mock oi .linn.'i  '..<i.i.   ai  all piU.-s .m,
in 111ii.»-t an) (ioQorotlon
l'".ini \   I.m .itul Wuli'i Srln ltint tho tiling lot |iirannln
iii toilet tats from the (Ifimi tnd nowsil dsoatntloni .lown to tin plain whits ..mm.-
Bar Glassware of All Kinds
llntll I.ul In gpl mu pit.-pq before buying   yotll   crockery
M wa can mtve you h lot t)( money.
We  ship goods  In every town on the Crow.    Give us
an order and be convinced that we are Prompt and Care
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Parade at 10 a. in
O.N PARADE
:'-■.'. Union K'.r«it 115.00
lla-si MurchanU KIobC 16.00
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DriKl-ig contest, open
on'y to minora nl
Baal Kootenay 1-t. 1180 00; 2'id. 176 00
10") v:irils.on.-ii 1-t. 190.00 allver cup!
2.nl.   110 OJ niedal
, n lie, open lit, 120.00; 2nd, HO 00
Ituiinini! broad |ump. Nt. 10.00, 2nd, 1 00
Running high jump. 1st. 10.00; 2nd, 1.00
li'.jsi-n.-.-.-.in.i.-i- l.'.ii- Ul. B.00; 2nd, 3 i"J
r.lrl-ra,-".iinil'T lOyra 1st. 8.00; 2nd, 8.00
I'at man', raw,200II
1st,
0 00;
!lld,    3.00
'nli-n tv,, ii'- raoo", 1110
Mir.!., '.ii :..:.., i.-.-irs 1st.   10.00; 2nd,
1.00
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'.'a 15 Jeat's.
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1". yoara,
Girl- race, ui
yean.
Boy.
1st.
100; 2nd,    S.no
8.00; 2nd,    3.00      *
3.00; 2nd,    2.00      !'.
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1st,    3.00; 2nd,
1st,   10.00. 2nd,
1st.    10    '.'II'I.
2.00
4.10
5.00
High p..I.i vault
Putting 16 11). flint
Winning   team,   trap
■.limiting  Silver f.up
Tug of war, on rli-al-,
in  iii'.-n   mi   team,
open to Ka-,1 Kiaut,--
nay lat, »35 00; 2nd, I1J.0O
No fteoond prizes without three entries.
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CELEBRATION   COMMITTEE.
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J. P. Fink, President       S. McDonald, Vice Chairman      H. White, Secretary
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VICE PRESIDENTS:
F. Huchcroft.   Wm. Oliver. G. A. King, R. Findlay. H. W. Drew, I. H. Wilson, J. Austin,
A. K. Leitch, F. Becker. I. J. Baxter. G. Campbell. S. Speers, R. A. Fraser, O. Burge,
N. Hanson. Thos Young, G. Leitch, T. Moran, w. W. Tuttle. E. C. Moran, C. C. Farrell
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E. H. SMALL, Manager
ROYAL
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One Dollar Per Day
and Up,
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LOCM. NEWS
Wm. Cari.E. Purl Stoela, was
lu inirii oloodaU
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or»:o.r fi»rec.*>e«S ".-.i k.vp jwi.
T.s.vMis   Lv.'.er    •.S'.an  attv .v.hei
We c'.i. or.it> to a 1<>*1 wi*-
i>tir r-e'.r •-■ -r»l« r ajrainsl »n\
other :.- ihe ftxiont oi K>' tXl     *
	
Roy Albert I. M.v>rv. asso
.-.s'.o s»vrv;ar>' oi '.he !-*>r\. s l»»\
A ..'..iv deliverva) st. ,-.<>,-»''
iddraa la Iho Baptist Chnrvh
T.ios.i.iv    ovo'.i'.iitr     M*     Um j
j»o •  ekial]   oa  iho  Mtaritll
DftMparitaJ   Still   .lOVoiiiptllOtlt   O' I
i. ..;'.:,...■. s-.-,.-,-. iSiMii.siorai'.i'ti  niiii'
urgisi    tho   paramount   ta|Hf
twee oi  a  lisv  si   MM lor ih.
toiler     Mr   Moore's effort  w»*
mtnriu lloqiierit w<i elevating
L. B. VanDecar, Prop. J^r^SsSs* •™*<.p.'w,b
' Mr*   Warauor Tuesday  00  Husiuess.
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-_ __      1). Si  Lane. BodiooU, Wash
l""B w.i» in the i-tT Monday
Nfxson   Fair
*     3  DAYS   3     *
Commencing Sept. 20th
U McTavish. Nelson, w..s .ti
the city Monday
Try    Thk   PROSPBCTOB    fat
joh priu'.iuasr
Peter Woods was down from
In- Cherry creak ranch on Wed
Dosday
Urgwr and hetur ih».. ever. Bverythiog new and np-t»daie ()liver Burge R ,. Dnrmi
All ki ids of open air attractions. Each day something Interesting ,)n,i (_;l]s Tbeis were down fron
Y.iu will meet old friends there. Perry .reek Wednesday
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\ £3 CLINE
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Kootenay Steel Range
&*vts ran
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for rtdw "^. ■■' .^wump-
S.>1J N   nil enierpn.-.i-tf .Irslcr.
m«iu raa aorAiti
McCIaryS
TanMila.    M,vnlr»«l.    \Vlnnlp*t.    %an..Hi.rr
$1. John. N tl
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Armslrvin? *vf.   rSJJ ! : m
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Fine UiMilcns.       »
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J. Edgar Davis
A   ltri.kla>cr   a
'"H'.ontraclur   *
K.tina.e.   Iloilot     Kaiijix*   and
Km>pl.-,i-<> Work a ^|>ivi*lly All
Id.vavnpnon of stor.o work under
; t*kon
0nto> ten ,it 4. a Mi.HK.DCS
WIU Hvoitv^ PnmiyH ^IMMftMi
1 he Illinois Central
Patmore Bros Sole Agents
Tonsorlal Art
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Single Fare On All Lines Of Travel
WK TE FOR PRIZE LIST
J. E   ANN[ABLE. Sec.
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IB. H. SHORT & CO. 1
ARMSTRONG  AVENUE
I * • Newest (lesions in
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was in Cranbroo'K Monday .11
business.
We are sole agents for the
world's dosUess llooi brush —
Patmore Hros
H  M Taylor, Vancouver, was
a iTiii-st al ihe Cninbrook  Mot'
Mr. ami Mrs 1, P Pownall,
Pish Lakes, were visiting .it
Calgary tlais week
H O. Marshall, Toronto, was
|a anest at the Cranbrook Monday.
R. T. Lowry of Fet-uie, editor
of "Lowry's Claim" was in ('ran
li Lt        Oats! Uatsll
Wo   are   Just
' * lr* 1 noiw unloading
a car of the
finest.
Harris Bros.
SUNT QnmEm
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*   Painting, Decorating
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LIQUORS ^ CIGARS
A, C. BOWNESS
AGENT   FOR
Calgary Beer, Ale & Porter
T. KEBLL & CO., Hay and Grain.
Cranbrook, B.C.
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Our complete Cold StorRge Plant enables us to tur   S|
brook Moml.i
It   Is    reported  tbal   A.  C.
Bowness, will join the army of
benedicts, at Boston, Mass., on
i Monday August lT'.
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The world's dustless floor
brush is the only perfect Hour
sweeper.— Patmore Bros, sole
agents,
A. Devlin. Wardner, wns in
town  this week     Mr.  Devlin is
interested in mining property on
Sullivan Bill.
A postoffloe   has   been   established at the junction of the C.
1 P. R. with the Corbin line.    Tho
office   is called Vnhk, anil Sam
Spears is postmaster.
Cranbrook will Celebrate Labor Day, Monday Sept. 4-th.
Win. Cameron, Tom Wollman
and liDorgn Hoir^urtlt were tish-
j i ti t_ ai Ford lug river last week,
and returned to Cranbrook Monday wiilt well tilled baskets.
About I'.'.'i large trout were
caught the largesi weighing
about four pounds
The galvanized Iron front for
Roid A' t'o's store has arrived
and is being put  Up by  I'littnore
Hros. When finished ii will be
11 fine piei'e of work nnd will
make n wonderful Improvement
in the appearance of the store,
and will be 11 credit In the town.
Purchase:   Price   $3.00  a Month
Allowance Made For Old Machine
Arnold & Roberts
NOTICE.
Sou..'uharobj |tmn tfeal Uitrtr«i*>- *"»'r
dato I ittbond 10 apply to »»»■ Ohlol Ooamlt<
sianct of 1.HH.K md Worki at \tttorta tw *
Llooun io proapocl tm OorU anil Polratottn M
tin.* followt&t dotoribtd laadi lo SouUnwi
Kix-U'niiy
OomnonotBi a' » i>*v*i plaoiod about ■.i***
o^Uteon mHeH ooal ot MorrlMOf m Iltook Sa
*ws, and nt iho noutttwoit oornor of Mmy
Fithny :-iMiiim. Ihi'iiiVM.ntli W QbaipR, UlOOM
oaitSOottalni thonoonorth so t^hntn*.. thonco
weat *■ ohalai ui ptaoo ol boftnning. Thu
riiiim wm at ono iiuu* loootod hj P  S  lly*m
(.f siHikiin.' vviuii.. nmi hnoarn uonootttn
Uaokotl |Toop
A   MATl'SK.W
JUQENK UOKuH   i Uocaiora
JOS   liAl.l.,  AKi'lil
iinu'ii MorrltMy Mlnm -\t r"*' Mh, t*»   «
THK KOOTBNAY t'KNTKAl. KAIl.W AY
COMPANY.
Tha Annual Qonortt mooUui ol tha Shan*
luiiitKp. al iiio Kootonaj Contra) Railway Com*
pau) will bo hold al tho head offloo C\aubrook,
11 tin ll a. tn. Monday, Soptombor lib, iw»,
tor tho alooUon ot dlrooton and tor tho tntna*
notion »i othor innoral builnoaa
Datod al Cranbrook, tic. this Iftthd&jol
July. tWtt
:«i \\   a  MAODONALD, Soorotarj
NOTICE.
E^otloo is boroby glraa thaliUtj day*after
.im.' 1 itiiiii.i u> appl) to tbetton.thoChlol
Ooinmlaelonon ol Landa a Worln (»" pormw
iion to purohaae -^> noma ot land In tbo Mail
Kootenay Dlitrlei hod wore particularly de
tortbed us tollowa nountonolni el » pool
planted to warli UioeouUt wool corner ol T w
ninmiys ooal claim laid poat being two mllea
noiiii ot ioi ins. group 1. ■nil ni'.im iitiii a mill'
oaal "i Kitt river; ihonoodMl lOohilni theno
MimhlOobnlnai theiioo m»l*lOobalni ihenoe
nortli 10obalna to iho polnl ot beglnntni
BID KUi'i it a June Hth IWt
.1   II. Tl'UNHfl.l.
ej .1. Di Anderaon, Agent
James    Batea    ami    Prank
DickenBon who have boon outing
,. . ,, ,.  ~r,ni St. Mary's Lake for several
sh <mr goods in perfect conditton at mi seasons oi  S| dftys    1.onirn(,(i   tn   Cranbrook
Tuesday. They brought In n
largo number of tine trout, and
report the fishing as being excellent at the lake.
S   the year. *
Centrally Located Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel II TISMLfS I
rider New Management
.  . vi        When \oti want  a  i>oocl ''
•adfiuartcrs for mining f      , " , ,   .,
.aiui|ii,ini..^ r, #    p|acf.  to stop come to the • ■
I leat
men and old timers.
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'•    Manitoli
d. a, Mcdonald, manager
We Give You Your Money's Worth
Hoadqunrterfl for
PRE8H PRUITS
nm;ts and choice
CONPEOTIONBRY
;; Ice Cream and Son Drinks ;;
Aleo Tobacco, Pipoe
und Cignn
I   Baker St.    Cranbrook
H-H--H--1 ■!■!■ 't"l"l"l**l"H-H"l--H
NOTICE.
Tnko ttotloo thftt *» deyi efter dele i thu un<
deralgnod Intend lo ep|tl| -" tli" Ohlef Com-
miM.itii111.1f Unda end Works at vii'inrU. it
r tornnpoolal llooncoiooutend otrrj rtw&|
Umber froin'thefollowttiBdeecrlbod lenda, in
Gnat Kootoney
Conitnoncing at n post tnirkod Annlo iti.s*u
onrldBo'a north onat cornorpoaton Iho nortb
weat llnool 1*01 Mo-MS^nboul i«» obalna aouth
ot tim Kootnnnj1 rlvor nnd running *■» ohaloa
went. Nil I'liiilii" -oitlli, RO il.ultii. OMi, lllQQM
north Wohnlna tn the ptnoa ot ooffltnonoomonti
oontnlnlng m nllWOnoroa moroor loan.
AN KIR UHKOKBNIUDUn
nnviit nrMkonHd|Oi au.-ih
July iMhi,!,,ft *
NOTICE.
Nolle*! It bBWby, Klvim Hint lilt] dftfl "ln'f
date 1 Intend to apply io tlm nou. tho chief
('oniini-sli'iK 1 ot Kiuiilrt unit Works lor |it'i-
inlhhl"U to |iutrliHMu Un' 1'illowliiK (liwcrlhml
iiimK. atiuitM in KnHt Kootonay uutrict:—
r.i.uiii''"' "'** '•' '' I""*' lil'iiili'il  ill   till)  norlti
w«gl oornor ot Lot am, Uroup t. In the mild
Kail Koomnoy Matrloti thfinrauuiit .10 ebalna,
thenco north W obalna, thonoo wrm. w nbata*
more ot low to Um Knit tinnu ul the Klk Hlvor,
tlif-iirc-*onthoaRtf>i-ly hI.hik tlm unlit rimtorly
bank ot tho Klk Mirer nbtmiiWfthaliiH to tbo
pianootcoiuiiimit'.-ment, tbm> bftlntr IW »(re
inorfOtloaa.
Kik Rlvor, H.C. JunoTMth. HW6.
T. W. HI NO AY
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l:inest of Wines
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mul Cigars
Thoso who iiiv wiv
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AIOX Will iln tll« li'M
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t\X\t> n^jit toUm oruli mm! -m-.n. tttktag
ofenm mmmqUom (rtlih  nam- »\t *u
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t;t\iM. ll.iMr .'■b.M»v- .il iw,i<s '..u'lit.^iw.
I tMksbt> . .\ Kt«W|lMl *«'! N»4« v>rlf«>y.
aitM .hrsM^h Hktoto pkt9\t to KbnttfOMl
IV-issMhi' irswloi^  »Wiruii; \)\U\\*
milM *.** lo fob tetwrt n%m *"•■ tetf
rontoi vh nnu^i io wwvipcmtom
KM   l'Kt '.VlU-t 1   I'laiiiin-i". Asv.ii
Hi \M..r\l Si., IVrllwhl. v> ^m\,
.'   I    l.lMViKN, V.K. .v P  \
Hi ThuM St., tVriliMhl. .Mv^wi,
w \\. t».vm.">.\v r.viv.v,. Hmm
I, OntasM BW<    S.va(I1«\ Wavt,
I STEWARTS:;
i; Tho  l.KAWNti STOKK  Vor ' \
'■'■ Fri'sli Fruit. VogoUtilcs.
"    Choict1 Confociionery
" KIlKSlI NCI'S.
SilKl'lllllNKs.
, >uHm*4\VOO*) loo I'tviuit''
;; PROMPT nvi.tv i,k\
ii   Hugh Stewart ii
;; llHUlf, i ft     AmiMlXUlO. ftVf, ;;
<+l-H^-HH-W-*-HH-lH-l-H- •
SAVE TIME
ALL   THE    TIME
!
%**■ •   V»- •   v •
Gdioaru Gauiti 6o.
Fresh and Stiltoil Motifs
Fish and Poultry in Season
Ordora by inftll will raoolva prompi
9    Order By Phone 18   9
i
and I'niviul iitii'iiiiiui     |
i
i
i
iA^ta_fcr*
l.lfKS'O'S rOW Sl.l.t.tSU  Nt'HSI'.m
ITO0K
AttonUon I* dlrtolod to ihi Provulom ot
BOO. IT ot tbl QOfttOUltunt)  tlotnl  A0l whloh
I I'M tin lis follows
Noivi-iMi flnnoroorpofntlonibnll ontnie
"or continue '» <tm builUMi ot RolUpt. m
"prlnotpnli agtnt, aolloltov, «<> otborwtn,
"within the Province, i"»tt troee, iii»'iit or
"nureery ttookt or of Importing foi artlo, (nut
"imu'h, plants or nunory •*t*M*k mio hh> fro
"tlnoo without Aral ha\lngohutl In lloouoo
"to enrry on auob buaiuoaa lu Uio I'l-ovinuo tu
in thta AOi provided".
All poraona autborlitd to nil tturtery tuvk
tuthlttProvluoenroiDiiulrod h) ihoh prtnol*
fi»iN, or by thoinaolvoa to dopoilt bond*, in iho
Dopnrinent ol Agrloulturo VMotorla for the
fttittitiii pertonuBoo '»i tholr ohllgti loni   Vho
imlilto Ih thONlON waro't'l mil   to  pUFObftM
oureory atook oxoopt from duly Iteenoid por«
aona.
i-iilri' nl ihp Ittwrd uf llortloultuui.
I't'luuiinrnt of Agrloulttirfi
virt'irln.Wih July, 1Mb.
j. K. ANUKRHON,
lHipmv Mtntator of At'n.-tiltm.
HI Hwrolnrjr.
NOTICt
Ntvru'Klv livrvbjr given that sixty ilnys
af tor date 1 intend tu apply to the Chief Coin-
mlaalonor of Landa and Work* for pernilaiilon
to purrhaau tbo following doacrllMul Unda
allHnte In Houihea«t Kootenay: romrornvlngat
the northweat corner ol IiOt No SM9. Group 1.
thenoe eaat 40 ebnlna, thence Houth 9) ebalits.
thenco eont eo ohnlna. theneo nortb 40 ebnlna.
tlionoo went flOcbaloa. tbence nortb 40 ebalna,
thonoe went Wohalns. thence aoutb 10 ch«|n».
tbenoe cut 40 cbaloa, tbenoe ad«Ui li ebelua
to plaoe ot heglnolng oonttUliw Ml none wore
orloea. _     ^
DMrtfiklamhdaref.IuM.tMl ff
NOTUK
Nmii'O in Uoii'ln tihiMi llirti ilitru ilm-a hHpi
dote i nn. ihi lo apply i" the Ohtet Onttnh
iloner ot Landa and \Vork« nnd n<>- luntbMbi
oomintnlonoi "i Lnada nnd Worka fur ihr
DUirloi oi Rul Kootong) lot « Uomro to
proipooi tor Ooal tnd Potroltunt nn the toUou
IliK dOIOrllMd tniuli aUUlt**d on Aknuilro-
Ortok      KhMI ot nn-1 n.lioliiinn   .1    I,    ftoeO*)
i,i,'onm. Nmni"'! iiu nt.vu WM, InbthouMrn
portion or UrttiihColumbia,
looinntonolngai apoaiplantodneal tbo south
Kootnaay thtai Trail and aboui three mlhu
from thohoadOl AknuiiiiH I'H'oli DatUg ihf
Initial poai ol Hdwln J Potonon a olaltn, and
innrkril lilwln .1   PoltrkOh _ ROUtbttOat DOtttOl
poat, tiit'in'o ni'itii «<i 'iininr* thenoe phm *'
obalna, thenco aouth *i Bhatue, thohro w\ ai
I'lmiua toiiio ptaeo ot iM'niiiniii«. and hoi a*-
UOOdtllg iii Ho' ulioir   o,.'i   nix hiniilifit iitiii
ton) natuta aoroa.
Uooawd Junodttih, iDOb.
:ai Kiiwiti.i Patonoht Looatot
Kotloo i« hereby ftvott ti>nt *•> «i»itb afterdate
i Intend lo apply to the Dhlei Contnlialnnerol
i .ni'ti. mi.t iVorkiaud Ihe Aaalatanl Couula
alotter ot Uauda and Worka for tbe Dlatrlel ol
khhi ttootonay ror a bioeuie to proapeot ror
Cowl nmi iVtiuliMtm mi the foltowlngdoaorlbed
Unil- -situiiii'il on Akautlna creek. Ilelng
aouthorandadjOluimfEdwInJ.Potoraon'aolaira
Hlooit tr.y:i sinutli enatern portion ot British
Columbia1.
Goutmeiielm* nt » pout ointit'ii uear tbe
South Kooi'-tm v PitHs Trull, i.tumt thrifc miles
from the h*md of Akttmtna ureek, being tbe
Initial pont of Kbtle U. Kerr s i-latm. and
mnrkod F.UIe L, Kerr'* nortiiwcHt corner
pOHt. thence Month W chain*, thenee emt (to
ehnlnH, thence north w cbAlUH, thenco wool M
ebalna to tbe place of bogtuntog. and not ex-
ueedtng In ttu- wboi«, ovur six hundred and
forty acm,
" June latb,
SBATTLB,  TACOMA
AND At.I
Pacific   Coaat   Points
ST. MUL, CNIGAfiO. Ilff TOM,
A NO
All 'POINTS EAST
r«lar*> and Toiuipi
*l««p*ira, Bttflttl
Library Cam. Wn«Vm
t>Ry OoaoliAK
Iti tn n B Cart*.
MK*l,S   A   LA   CARTR.
Best   Meals   on  Wheels
2 i ■■•-
i ,\vr TKAiNia r%
Foi    I it) I   iMtlt.i.nilrtf.,    hOoh.    foliiiM-
i»t«',, »iill on w addraaa
si;. >'KHKKS,.:.\«t-.r.A..
^•'Htii.'. vV«h,
UtlHO>    i : I IO K    I   P     ft    T A.,
H|>okniit'
:,H0RT LINt
1'. f 1 W E t N
VP»IR» CHICAGO
OlfAHA-CHlCWfl
Your   iittention   is   called   to    the
"Pioneer Unite!" trtlsB of the "Mll-
wimke.i * Ht 1'aul Kallwuy." "Tlm only
perteot ti-alni. In the world."
You will And It desirable to rldo on
those trains when frolng to any point in
the Kaatern States or Canada. They
connect with all Tranawontlnental
Trains and all Ticket Agent* tell
ticket..
ror further inforBMlon, paapkleu,
•to, ask any Ticket Afeat tr
R. h. FORD,        B. 8, HOI
Pan. Afwt, »f-
IHK PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK   B. C, AUGUST l»,
cfiruinnnrui.
^^^^ruyvuuinnnnAi^niv^nnnnnnj-mnn^
Imperial Bank of Canada
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   14,000,000
CAPITAL (paid apj .I3.U00.0U0
REST ACCOUNT $8,000,000
Head   Office   Toronto.
T. R, MI'.I.I.ITT. PrOildeUt   D, It  Wll.KIK. Vi.-.-1'r,
•\OKNT>   IN   i.IIKAT   BRITAIN   Lloyds   Hank
ami Can. Mu
I "inlihnl   St.
London.
\ General Hanking Bnalncaa Transacted.
§;    Savings Bank Department.   Interest allowed on deposits,
Cranbrook Branch,        j. f. M. PINKHAM. Manafter.  §
gajvnftnj^a^uuuiAnnAnJan/iAiuiAian/i^
DOMINION EXHIBIT
Wttj.EOBp.rtor. jtie Man who   •"■
*a**"g —      t lkfts. wi FKh
~~~—~~~~~ LIIMJC)   OU   I  lC/ll     Then let us please have the honor ol
jiiiiTitirinTii»l,iiiiHiii""iH,"*""^.v*i;- is Till  M\N —       making your bridal portrait*.     W
I   I nrAI   NEWS    I   ~r^- *ho unil   '^'    ""■"' ""' ■"*•' ;h" "**"'
I    LUlvML   .NEW©.   | ^.^ .n !<|ki| !i>iups|  nave had such marked s, -
■■ i.alMIIIHIUI■■"-tltaUaiUUtUUmmm-r past with plotures of brides,  grooms,
Cranbrook  will   Celebrate Fishing"    Tackle ■ ■*?"■'-1'— '""-;» ';•-""•"
"* * O       *** "»■»"-   *»  pealtlvo that we can thoroughly please
Labor Day. Monday Sept. 4th.       y^   ,       Rods ind Reels of you' suwiy the high quality, oi work
  " ' we will glvi you, nnd the modest prleu
W. F Tate was nl  Marysvillp different sizes and   th.'  latest „, ,,-uiqu yo  sill leave uo d.mlit
during tho week on bnsinoss styles, strong Lines of various 1" ."»«  mind thai       placo to go lor
_  .  . ii    i -    i i'i bridal portrait., Is
.-::,''■:■:'■:',:;::.. "-pi_ „"««_  PP6SI PI1010 GO.
ri^ht prices,
P.S.   Let us serve you by mail
,-    Tisdale   im'   |'f—•■!
|iluuis and peaches
IV A  McMwaclwm .van downj    BEATTIE &  ATCHISON
rromat. Mary's Lake Friday on       Where „ pays ,0 „„,_
Wtwclio.
i'nn brook, H r
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
;,„„"';, Paid-up Capital. $8.700.000 Reserve Fund. S3.500.0CO
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO
b. t. WALKER, General ManaK"       M.EX. LAIRD, Aaet, OmI Hatuga.
BANK MONTY ORDERS
ISSUHI ST  list FOLLOWING HA!IS
*5 and under  3 cenls
Over Si and not ricceding $10  6 cents
"    $10                       "           S30  10 cents
"    $30                      "           SJO  15 cent.
The*- Order, are 1'ayahlc at I'ar at any office in Oini.ilii of a. Chartered
Bank. (Yukon excepted] and .»i ihe principal banking points in the United
Mates. a.i.oi.aata a. a ....la .... *.
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COHJURCB. LONDON. EM;.
They form an excellent method ul remitting small suma of mousy
with aiifetv and at small suet.
For Sale
*l«l»l:»l»S*l*l*"n*"*a*'«,J|l*«*,*,*"*"*'*aM
19(lS       September   27   to  October   7
Under the auspices ol the Royal Agricultural
and Itidustrl-.il Society,
-     Mr, and Mrs   Nell   McLeod
I HUB i Curran were Cranbrook visitors
Friday
James Flndley, manager of ih
'Sullivan mine was In  town  Friday-
Stoi-k Quotations.
l-'iarni-ll.sl   bj
Oranbrook, it.'
Ill-all.-     .V    Kll-nl.    Iltut-'
New Westminster, B.C.
Stupendous aud comprehensive array ut Ex*
hibits representing the resources of all Oanadn
H.   P,   Dickinson,   Ross land,
was in the city Weduesday.
ii. K.  Cliff,  Toroiiio.  was at I
Cranbrook Tuesday.
MftlDOni Win !,•■- t'lti.a.iinii'
Mareonl Wtrslu (AmoriMni,
Deforest Wlnleai Tfttetfraphj
North Star.
Sullivan.
St. Eugene
Katnbler Cariboo.
SVeitern Oil and Ooal
International Coal A i ok.'
American Boj
Bales,
Valuable R^ncrr Ranch, at '■?'
Creston, B C Price $1.500. \+
Terras easy. Phis Is without •&-
doubt one of the best real estate 1
ttaricains on tin* market.
WE ARE ABLE
TO ANNOUNCE
For further particulars Bei
f
■J THAT  LABOR  DAY WILL BE CELEBRATED,
■ IN CRANBROOK  SEPT. 4TH
-Arnold & RoDertiS i
Ami ii Special Invitation Is extended to all who visit
Cranbrook on thai day to call and Bee is, In the now hand'
$100,000
IN    PRIZES    AND
A T'l'll ACTIONS
 — j   .Vesieru Oil and Coat. lUOO. N* rthSiai MM
Mr. and Mrs. L Boyd, Marys.Uuiiiran so
^()|'i QQ01ville, were visiting al Cranbrook
|a|   some store ihal we have fitted up.
PHONE tin I ,i
Real Estate and Insurance    ■   east Kootenay public will a neoftha mosi Impressive j
,    ..  L-.   a.......:     ,..  I...  f. 1  ...  ,1...  !.'«.., ,     11
We feel safe In making the assertion thai tin' Smith
Enlarged    grounds,    new.    handsome
spacious buildings.
and
WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS ill   Rowing   and   Lacrosse,   Hor.,-
Racing, Broncho --BuetinR-." Military Paraden anil Exerci.*a.
ROYAL IRISH OUARDS and other Famoua Banda.
C. Mt'Ntili. uf Kurt Steele
Junction, was at Cranbrook Wednesday on business.
Mrs. H. W. McVittie left on
Mondays train on a visit  to Ed-|
Illlllll4.ll.
A tie* stone culvert lias been
constructed by the C, P. R
just below town, this week.
GRAND   WATEK   CARNIVAL   Parade   ot   Fraser   river   fishing   fleet. 	
patrol boat*. H.M   warships. Indian war caaoea. etc. |   [j>  Rjohardson, Toronto, Was
ii guest at the Cranbrook Wed-
Indian Sports. nesdav.
Stock Quotations
|-uni:>l.t-.l l.v Jiitin  HUlrhlaon .. '','. I'ruii
brook, li.r.
The following an- , urf.-nl prictvi iti ahll-h Hi,-
-locus iiaiiieal caw be turntabed
Wlreleaa Ballwaj - ■■'
Msrooot (Osttsdlan) I.M
si. Kugene I'
N.Tlb Slur
Sullivan
War Kaa/lt-
Cental Suir vi
Juinisj (H,».lan,t   . :.i
The Kegina Cranbrook lacrosse game on Wednesday even
Ing was the best, cleanest und
fastest game ol lacrosse ever
played nl.mtr the Crew  line.
a    .'iisi Kootenay puoiic win si-»- uni- 1,1 uiu   uu.si   impressive    r
i  Jewelry Store Interiors to be found in the Kootanaya, aud  t
CRANBROOK. B.C.        J   that the stock is full In keeping goes without saying
f
2;
i
wm. F. Tate & Son
For all inlorniation writ* W. H   KEARY. Secretary   anil  Manage:
New Weatminster. B.C.
II    W    Kiaus has opened an
employment agency opposite the     m,-s, J, Tannhausi
C.P.R depot. been visititi" at Fori Steele foi
--'.-T~.~: ___!_ several days, retnrned on Wed PERRY 4 FITZGERALD
l-i-M-l-K-»:-l-I";-l-l"l-H"l-M-r- -i—:-I-I-I-I-I-: 1 1 I 1 I 1 I H t-H-rr     j0im p. Urteu aud A. LarseuLesday    accompanied    by   her i',-.,|„-,.-.i„-„i n,.-
...if l-'oii Steele were at Cranbrook I, lighter Mrs. K FYaser. Cranbrook Cartage and Transfer Co
om uptwiu.
DRAYING   ;       -"7»»,   i
Jewelers and Opticians I
B Official Waloh Impocton. Crow'a Nont °ai« DlvUlon C.P.R ?
im- several years, we have the -J. ■
best equipment in  B.C   and   we w!W«.,*»'Vi:-wi)*^
9 HEATING t
9 9
A Tiie sun is doing tin- work »l heating now, bin the A
A siiniiiiei will pass rapidly and you rouBt have heat In tfc
A some other form to keep you comfortable next winter. *{i
fluoui M riano
Wo are the authori/.ed  agents
for the removal of Mason iS Risch
I'iatnis. we can il.. the work with
..nt risk       Alsn Minis"liuiil l-'.ir
whii has nature
FOR  SALE
»9   BY    **.
Beale & Elwell
J Baker, St. Cranbrook, B.C. |
t  Wednesday un mining business
J. i,. W. Jewell.of Jaffray was in
|| town Thursday, He left on the
..Imoruing  train  for Swansea on
T i business.
R II. Bolt-art, proprietor of
tithe Wardner Hotel, at Wardner.
...uas at Cranbrook Tuesday on
■• business.
T   (Hit-   nail   interest in an
Hotel Busmen
in f).
circumstances .. .
.. Monday
Two   Acres*   of   Land on the
north side of the C.P.R. track with a spur
running into them vet) suitable for warehouse
manufactory  or  othei   business   requiring   a
sidint;.
'I  «' PT**
HILL 6c CO.
Key. Mr McDearmid of Movie
and Rev Mr Fortune ul ti.is
city wem to Pernie I'uesday to
attend a meeting ol the Home
Mission committee of the Pr
bytetian Church.
tl' H  D"i«it
I'li.ini- .','1.
.......... a ..a. .......
Mr.   and   Mrs   P   McMahen,
E ti  Kiimm, R.  R. Clothier, C.
0.  Neil and   Oeo   Clothier,  of
-  - I Moyie. were at Cranbrook Wed-
„ W. McVittie, P.L.S. return-Lnsdav,   and   incidentiallv   wit-
ed Weduesday Iron, Moyie whereLessetl the Regins vs Cranbrook
j. In- has been engaged in  survey- lacrosse itnme
Tlingseveral timber limits. 	
,,    i,      ..   i, i '    Wesley Cline, president of the
ishing t     Dr. Barrett. Dominion Inspec- fl .-
■• j train fpr the west
I
A .Now   is the lime to pui  In a heating system, so tbal «{•
A with the first brisk snap of cold weather you can start *[i
A   ei   up  for  l'iioiI      We  know   many   makes;   we have iji
A studied heating for vents, and the best is "QTJRNE'V q.
A either foi II..i Air, Steam or Hoi Water.    We pul  up $
A cooking ranges with which  you can heat  up several i}j
9 r s 9
1?    Let u» talk the heating question over x
*   With   Mill. A
*     w      ...       «.      a •» »
HGranDrooK    , . .. _
n Livery   | I. D. McBride |
I       A     *J  *
OKAHY & DOYLE, PBOP'8 J
Teams and drivers furnished for any poinl In tho district.
X kKA^Dituun,   ._.«w. ^
CRANBROOK,  B.C.
A    DOYLE.   MniiilKor
a .... . aaa.
.flshingclub, was much mpressed
t.u- ui brewer es,   was  in   town.   ...     ., ..'
u     ,  ,.       ,p with    the   size,     quantity   and
He   le t ou  rnesdavs , '     .   ,,      ,. ,
general appearance of the   tish
hrousrht in by Messrs Wellman, •*—
. ICameron  and   ffoggarth   from ■	
1     Mr.  and  Mrs.  (,.   r. Rogers Fording   river; the weight and IA MT7C    T'DLTT'i
win, have been visiting at the; number increased  considerably       JAlVllLO   'mLllh
cast for the past three weeks during Monday
returned lo Cranbrook   Wednes-  2  CONTRACTOR
  FOR ft FIRST-GLftSS TURNOUT and BUILDER
•J"!    Rev.   Mr,   White,   siiperinieu-1 goto
danl   of   the   Methodist   Home I
Central
Hotel
Mission  passed   through   Cran-; M /\ pj | ).   r Y S
BSTIMATKS Kt'lt.^ISHKll on ALL Willi!.
J. il.lll Ni i  PROMPTLY BXKCUTKD,
brook Tuesday on bis wuy to
Pernie. Rev Mr. Westman
accompanied him to Pernie.
Stole for Fall
in the Methodist Uhurch  next
j Sunday evening the  pastor  will
, ,     deal   with    the   fourth   of  the
.L&CllCS    B/HQ.  JXL6H S ThiTweek^r^ubject w«l „
Furnishers. "r" ,wh__8th,""s-'
The Sunday School picnic ot
the children of the Presbyterian
Church was held on Wednesday
al Ihe grove on St Joseph's
creek. Then- was a large I
.q~. I at ler. flu nee, the day was cool and
'"^-''"", tin-children enjoyed   themselves I
Immensely.
nn:  SACK   COAT 	
V\ ill be worn longer than     Mr ;""' Nlr'" ■'• -v IU|'V"> ""
leriained   a    large   number  of
iriends al a garden party on
I'liursilay evening, The usual
t;ames and pastimes were in-
lultred in, and ihe Cranbrook
. Tchestra. which was In attorn
still In the populai garmentU\Wce, played several tine selec
uons.        Refreshments     were
The plumage pattern  in served during the evening.
immitation of the Pheasant,      ,   ,   ,. .   ,, ., ,,     ,, ,,
.1. A. haiu. t. Moller, P. Pearl
Woodcock    and     Patridge   -  Smith, R, Smith 11. Steep. I).
, ... Winkler,   W.   Reed.   W.  Haves,
plum,--.    Both in suitings A   M(.r,jm(,  ,..   Stewart.   K.
and  over  coatings   will be Cody. J. Stephens, W. S. Shanks
I, Kiiskin. all of Regina,  were
considered ultra correct.        rngistored   at    the   Cranbrook
Wednesday.
HILL & CO. who  represent      -—	
n       AAiL   r>     i m  *i Mechanics, Fonuors. Sportfinait!
the  20th Century Cloth-;  ,„,„,„,„„.,„„ f-BB1
„ .        . ...     grciwo, oil aii'l ni-l stum., puliit iinrti-Hnli
ing to, are snowing tnisi „w-,-i,,. »., m,-,.*.. ■,■■ r.r s.,»
AltMrrtTollolSmpCo. Mfra
line for fall.  	
district
_1 V llHY' Houses and Cottages for Rent
TEAMS ami DRIVERS or Sale nn Eas) Terms,
Furnished I'm any point in the
LIME AND 8HINOLES Full S.M.I-:
Telephone   s-J
D. J, JOHNSON
Carpenter '"   Builder
RObfRT JOHNSON
()   -^■*»-'*--»' **"w- Pronrietor   '■'
♦   Marysville. B.C.    ♦ W
I. The leading Hotel of the St    Mary's   Valley     j|,
Nice airy rooms, newly furnished    Table as good    '
as any In Kootenay
GOOD   SAMPLE   ROOMS
i^sSgXSCsJsSs^srj^^ss^^
L. CLAIM'
EMPLOYMENT
ACiENCY
ll will pay those who are
looking for work lo call and
fiood Work ai
Reasonable I'r'u
W. ROLLINS
i note
Cranbrook, B.C.
■II
Lighted   By  Electricity
Heated By Hot Air
heretofore, and a
straighter in front.
Four    Button    Sai
littlt
Tin
wil
Jim   McArthur
He can secure Vi job ami j Office and Workshop  Lewis St
i bo lit you out in |	
Clothes, Shoes,
Hats, Etc.
CANADIAN
Pacific
Comfortable Bedrooms
First (.lass Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS   POR TOURISTS AND OLD TIMERS
6raiibrooi,'s Greatest store
HILL St CO.
Jim Mcflrtiior;    "'""     _   11HE f^,ST_ ,
iookhci     $27.00      The   King   of   the   Road
,..,JPortianfl%Rei)iiri]  ^%/r^r^AI - ^
OVERALLS
For Railroad Men
-   Union Made   —
MEN'S STRAW UTS
At Half Price
Reid & Co.
Hanson, Ave.   Cranbrook, BC
NOTICE.
takk SOTICK Unit thirty tin;
l Intend tn apply to ih< CUtof Cmnmiw-iotior ot l
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Horses For Sale
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weight 1,180 to 1,650, AIro IS
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tourlut aloapor rnwrvatloDB, apply to
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