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CRANBROOK, B. C, SATURDAY, JULY i><2, lUOu.
No. SO.
1N10RP0RATI0N
or and prospector o( Port Steele
  liu> been missing since July Bth.
ome Points in Favor of Cranbrook'    for nearly t wo weeks previous
Afstming Municipal Control.      "' '"■- disappuarance Heenan hud
_ been drinking  heavily,  and on
Sunday morning, while under
the influence of liquor was seen
to go into th,' brush mi the west
siil,' of tin' Kootenay River, near
th,' bridge. He was heard during iiu- afternoon and evening
howling like a maniac and seem-
direction from one point to another.
Sincu thai time nothing has
been heurd of him. Large
searching parties have been out
every day, and u reward of $25
has induced a large number of
Kootenay Indians to join in the
search.
Since coining  to Craubrook,
die Prospector, has  looked into
 alter ol incorporation with
..ire. and wo are convinced that
ihu lime has arrived for inking ,
the necessary steps towards assuming complete municipal con-i ^^^
mil.    Still we  have no desire of;'-'.'' lo_1"' '''"'"ing in every
thrusting our opinions on any
one, but hope that every citizen
Bill look on tho subject from a
standpoint simply of investiga-
• ion      We have    been   in  tho
Province for   many years and
have watched the inception aud
progress of many of the municipalities that are now established. There is not an i nstance
where tin' people of the cities in
uot'Dorated    an-    not    heartily
Knight Templars Convene.
The    Grand   Priory    Knight
Templars convention,  will take
GRMBROOK TO CELEBRATE
LABOR DAY
Arrangements Are Now Being-
Made for the Largest Celebration Ever Held in Southeast Kootenay.
COMMITTEE  APPOINTED  FROM   EVERY
TOWN   IN   THE   DISTRICT
Communicated.
Borporaieu   mo   ■""•    ». ■•   .^—i-— -—
pleased that they have taken the  place in Winnipeg  from August
step they have done. It has re
suited in benefit all around.
There is one thing certain, that
no large aud progressive community can possibly exist with
■ nit municipal incorporation.
Such a thing is without a parallel
Is Cranbrook to become
-,ui important place, or is it lo re-
main always the hamlet it has
been in the past'/ There is not
:i single citizen that does not ho
ist to Brd, A large number of
the chief officers will be in attendance, coining from the east and
west on special trains.
DISTRICT MINING NEWS.
Of Interest to Those Engaged in
tbe  Development of tbe
Mining Industry.
,'e in the great, future in store
fur Cranbrook. It now controls
the business of the district, and
He all believe it will continue to
do mi. Therefore we must be
prepared to assume the responsibilities which the importance
und growth of Cnmbrook as a
city entails. We could cite the
experience and advantages oh
tallied by ti number of newly Incorporated towns. When Ineor
poratlon was proposed, the same
old objection of increased taxation has been made, in many
cases it was  the  owners   of tho
townsite that objected.   But In'
each  and    every    incorporated
city in  British   Columbia today
you  will  litid   that   there is not
one citizen  who opposed  incorporation  who has not  changed
his mind.    And why?    It is true
that   nominally   they have paid
something more in  the  way of
taxation     Hut there  have  been
advantages that offset this greatly to the gain of the citizen.    In
Cranbrook today li to 8 per cent
is paid for insurance.    With an
efficient system of waterworks,
greatly improved, and owned by
tin- city,  Ihe cost ot insurance
would  be   reduced   one half al
least,  and an ample supply of
wnier   would be   obtained,   the
system extended  to every  portion of the city.    Hotel licenses,
traders licenses,  which  at present all  go   into the provincial
treasury,
Mining and smelting men who
are Interested  in zinc,  are not
alarmed at the possibility of the |
American   government, placing
an   import   duty   on   zinc ores. |
Labor Day will be celebrated al Cranbrook. The busmesi
men in conjunction with members of the different labor organiza
funis meet at Wentworth Hall and appointed working committee
Wentworth Hall, July, 13th,—Minutes of a public meeting
called for the purpose of appointing a committee to make the necessary arrangements for the celebration of Labor Day at Cranbrook. Mr. Wm. Oliver was asked to lake the chair and Mr. C.A.
Abbott to act as secretary. It was moved by .1. H. McDonald,
seconded by Win. Hay ward that a committee be appointed tonight
to he given full charge of arrangements for Labor Day The mo-
tion was carried unanimously.
11 was moved by Mr. T. Davis, seconded by Wm. Flowers that
Among the mining men there is
a general confidence that the Influence of the American Smelter companies, which are opposed to the imposition of a duty,
will bo strong enough lo successfully resist the agitation iu favor
of it By a few mine owners.
.lames McEvoy. representing
ihe (how's Nest Coal company,
has been conducting a series of
tests with Michel eoal on the
Canadian Pacific railway trains
between Winnipeg aud Brandon,
These tests, ou the result of
which will depend the question
of displacing Pennsylvania eoal
on Ihe line between Moosejaw
and Winnipeg by Crow's Nest
coal are not concluded, but it is
reported that they have demonstrated an efficiency of this coal
greater than the best bituminous coal hitherto known on this
continent.
The number of men working
In the mines of Southeast Kootenay district is gradually increasing.
Strangers visiting Cranbrook
go away with ihe impression
that the mines in our vicinity
must of necessity make our town
one of great importance.
A representation of one of the
the committee appointed have full charge as r<
or deficiency of fund.   Carried.
gard of any snrp
Moved  by   Mr.   Simms,  seconded   by  ,1. 11. McDonald that a
committee of nine be appointed.    Carried.
The following gentlemen wore then appointed:   S. McDonald.
Harry White, F. E. Simpson, T. Dorris, E. H. Small, J. A.   Kink,
A. Shanklin, .1. H. McDonald and Geo. Hunter.
The meeting then adjourned.
Minutes of Labor Day Committee, held in Cranbrook   Herald
office July 17.    Meeting was called to order by S. McDonald,
Moved by  F.   E.  Simpson,  seconded  by E. H.   Small,   thai
J. A. Fink be chairman of this committee.   Carried.
Moved by J.  H.  McDonald seconded by A. Shanklin, that
Harry White be elected secretary of this committee.   Carried.
The following gentlemen were then named as vice presidents:
G. A. King, Moyie
Kobt Findley. Ryan
J. Wilson, Wardner
J. F. Hutchcroft, Marysville
Wm. Oliver, Baker, CO.
H. W. Drew, Kimberley
Joe Austin, Elko
Mr. Becker, Bayard
Archie Loitch, Jaffray
I. Baxter, Kings Mills
Glen Campbell, North Star Mills Samuel  Spear, Spokane Junct
R. A. Fraser, Fort Steele Oliver Burge, Perry Creek
N. Hanson, Wasa E. C. McPhee, Ciothor's Mill
T. Young, Robinson & McKenzie ThosMoran, Wattsbnrg
W. Tuttle, Fernie C. C. Farrell, Morrissey
G. Leltch, East Kootenay Mill
>  """ "•■   i —
as well as every cent   largest producing interests says
■ <!' taxes collected   for real estate
and personal  properly,   will  he
paid into Ihe city treasury, to be
used in making much needed Improvements,    We are  badly  in
need of sidewalks and street improvements,   but  we  must  continue until incorporated lo take
up private subscription for those
purposes,  instead of having the
use of some $7,000 to *S,OU0 sent
to the Provincial   treasury   to
erect   expensive    departmental
buildings al  other points in the
Province.    If   incorporated  we
would have lo pay our police
officer's salary, also the salary of
a city clerk and treasurer and
soma other expenses, hut these
amounts will not  sum  up anything like  what we now send to
Victoria, and the  balance to our
credit will be substantial.   These
views are thrown out  for   the
consideration of citizens, and we
trust that the whole matter will
i b,! discussed from an  unprejudiced   standpoint,   and with a
view nl arriving nt the  wisest
conclusion in the interests of the
people  of  the   future  city  of
Cranbrook.
The high level of  copper  price
will continue just  as long as the
present  industral  prosperity of
the world last.
The activity in mining through
out Southeast Kootenay is remarkable, not only are the Moyie
and Kimberley camps being
carefully inspected by operators,
but the placer camps of Wild
Horse and Perry Creek are being visited.
The Sullivan group of mines
is shipping its regular amount
of ore. about 110 tons, each day
Wedding Bells.
Heenan is Missing.
John Heenan, an old time miu
A quiet wedding was solemnized in town on Wednesday
morning of this week when Mr.
John Albert Nettertield of "The
Queens" and Miss Violet Whaley
of Cranbrook were united in
the holy bonds of matrimony.
The ceremony was performed
by Rev. J. P. Westman. Mr.
Albert V. Walsh and Miss Ethel
Peverelle acted as bridesgroom
and bridesmaid.
After the ceremony, refreshments were served, and the bridal
couple left on the morning train
to spend their honeymoon in
different cities of the Province.
Moved by A. Shanklin, seconded by J. H. McDjnald that the
aforesaid gentlemen be duly elected vice-presidents of this committee   Carried unanimously.
Moved by F. E. Simpson, seconded by Geo. Hunter, that Vic
Rollins be the 10th member of this committee. Carried unanimously.
Mr. Rollins was then sent for and duly received as a member
of the committee.
Moved by T Dorris, seconded by S McDonald thai Mr. Wm.
Flowers be a member of this committee.    Carried.
The following members were mentioned as a finance committee
E  H. Small, Vic Rollins, J. A. Fink and H.  White.
It was moved by F. E. Simpson, seconded by Mr. Dorris that
the above mentioned gentlemen constitute a finance committee.
Carried
Moved by S. McDonald, seconded by J. H. McDonald that
seven constitute a quorum of the general committee.   Carried.
Moved by F. E. Simpson, seconded by E. H. Small that S.
McDonald bo vice-chairman.   Carried.
Moved by S. McDonald, seconded by Geo. Hunter that in case
there bo a surplus from Labor Day, it will be placed in the hands
of the treasurer of the Fire Department to be used by them us
they see fit aud proper.    Carried.
The meeting then adjourned to meet again on Friday evening
at same hour and place.
With the appointment of the above named committee the
citizens of Cranbrook may well feel assured that the celebration
will be a complete success. ^	
Editor Prospector,
Dear Sir,
I cannot see why some of the
people of this town do not favor
Incorporation, I>ut I am told that
quite a strong el,mi,cut is :;■■      , .'
it.
Now Mr. E litor what aria the
facts? Cranbrook ha. an
permanency w hlch warrants incorporation. We are the ce iter
of one of the best, If ool the
best district in the Province, wo
are the commercial centor of a
huge country, we are the only
railway center in Kist Kooti nay,
we are the headquarters of the
lumber industry, we have mines,
and agricultural resorces behind
us. Therefore why in the name
of everything that is sensible
don't we incorporate as soot) as
the Lord and the Lieutetlanl
Qovener will let us.
Anyone who has lived as long
in  this   town   as   I   have limey-.
what public subscriptions means,
It is simply a mailer of the collection c mittee, of a sidewalk
which is to be built or a new
bunch of hose that Is to be
bought for the Fire department,
going up mi" side of Baker streel
and down the other holding up
everybody who is unf irl mate
enough to do business on the
main streel for a subscription.
Thus all public   improvements
under ihe presenl    sysl   fall
upon Urn shoulders of some 20 or
30 people and all the res' of the
townspeople have the benefits of
those Improvements such as tb y
are for nothing. This would
not matter so much if th a 2 ' or
30 individuals above referred to
tould afford to mike good linear,, eiiu-nts btri 'h.-y i "..:■
We want in this town a drain-
ige system of some kind and we
.cant   it  badly     We  want some
means of advertising this town
and the   district   thai  will  be
listened to,  we want and should
have many things  thai we can
not have without, incorporation.
[  understand  thai   some  of the
larger property  holders object
on the ground that their taxes
will be greater.    They   will, but
taking into consideration tho fact
that   under   Ihe     new    act   the
schools will  have to be paid for
locally In any case, aud also the
fact    that    incorporation    will
greatly   enhance  the value   of
real property  in  the tbWn and
.unwinding country, they will be
better off than they are at present.
It. seems to me Mr Editor
that if all tho peopled! this town
were to look a little ahead they
would all be iu favor of incorporation because I do noi believe there is a property holder
in the town who does not have
the firmest belief thai Cranbrook
has a great future before it.
1 am sorry to have drawn up- j
on  your   good    nature    for    soj
much of your   valuable   space
but the subject   is one which 1,
as  an   old   timer   who  lias seen
the town grow from a few build
ings to its presenl sine in Bpite
of tbe strongest opposition both
public   and   private,   am very
much interested in.
Yours Truly.
Old Timer.
gene mine.   James  Cronin uc-
. tied  him   from Rossland
"■. ; ■ . .'■ him every  assistance
Crouln   returned
oft . .     lay
Chas Farrell w is up from his
hotel tit Morrissey mines this
ivt el; on bu - n ■- in connection
with the Society Girl property.
Mr Farrell has given i ten
on the pri     rty
and als ' an op :  on a live-six-
■ ■- . .i    tei ■ ■-■ In ;!i" Baltimore,
which is owned by himself and
i  Ie
8 iveral more men wet i  i Ide I
this   week   to   the new v.'-a" [ng
on the   Aurora property and a
nighl : hlfl   ho - I een put on.    A
it is beingdrlven from one
of the main luuuels.
KOOTENAY   CENTRAL,
Albsrai Election.
The by election in Albornihas
been fixed for Saturday July 22.
The resii tl on o1 W. W. B. Me-
Innis was received by Speaker
i'. E, Po ey,on June 29 h, and
it was dated June 21th and mail
ed from Van iver, asl lovernoi
Mclanes    went  Noil!).     Acting
on this, the g ivornment decided
to bring on Hi ■ oh " ion as soon
i possible.
u. S. Siniin of Alberni has
been app anted as returning
officer and hit. aln ady entered
upon his duties. Dependent upon his-al ', to comply with the
law In Ihe matter of posting pro-
clamatioi tc, the election will
be broughl on about July 22.
•'Earnie" Brown Killed-
So long as there are railways
there .iii be accidents, but the
('row's Nc-i Pas:-, has been
wonderfully free from them
: hough once in a while an neci-
dent happens as it did last Tuesday when Engineer EarnestG.
Brown lost his life.
A work train in charge ol
i Ion i ictor Wils in and Engineei
Brown was making a run for
|the water tank at Middle Fork;
when coming around a Curve a
tram runu ng al ">'' miles an hour
was encountered. The engine
on Engineer Brown's tram was
buck up with the caboose, ahead.
this was crushed between the
two engines and totally demolish, d, luckily, however, there
was n i one in it. Fireman Gillespie jumped and escaped injury,    ll is supposed thatEngi
Surveyors    Arrived — And   Con
struction Began Monday.
From Golden Star.
During the past week developments have shaped rapidly and
unconventionally in connection
iviih tiie Kootenay Central Railway It actuallynow seems as
though thopeople'of^the Columbia Valley were to be rewarded
for their patience and the great
treasure vaults of East Kootenay
to be burst open .through the
beginning) of construction' work
on this much talked of railway.
Golden is doomed to become one
of the liveliest towns in the
Koolonays in a few mouths, what
with the present awakening in
mining circles and the certain
business activity resulting from
the work of construction. With
the road once completed, it is an
even bet that both our smelters
will he put into commission and
operated continuously, as there
are scores of properties along the
valley only awaiting cheap transportation.
P. MePherson, C. P. R. right-
of-way agent, arrived in Golden
last Monday from Winnipeg to
arrange   for   the   right-of-way.
He   promptly  opened   negotiations  with  H.  G.  Parson, the
towusitcjigftnt. for the purchase
of   thirty  or  forty  lots on the
south side of the Kicking Horse,
and on Tuesday morning made
an early start to drive to Windermere  to  make    the   necessary
arrangements with the settlers
along the road through whose
property the road will run.
This afternoon a party of C. P.
i.'-veyors in chargo of Mr.
Bates  arrived  faom   Winnipeg
and the contractors are expected
to reach Golden on Monday to
commence the work of construction, which will be rushed.
Kootenay   Central   Railway.
C. U. Pollen, president, of the
Kootenay Central Railway, in
in interview with a representative of tho Prospector said:—
''Construction has commenced
it Golden on the Kootenay Central Railway. Owing to some
informality In regard to the recording of survey aud the number of miles covered by the sub-
j„.j.    ... .„ rt      sidy, the Company have entered
neer Brown jumped also but, be j into an agreement with the Do-
thisas it may, he was found  un | minion    government    for   the
building of 100 miles of the road,
aud it is hoped that it will not be
necessary to cease until the distance is completed. This will
:arry the line south as far as
Brewers, which is uboutaO miles
north of Fort Steele.
Captured Fivo Goats.
Chas Chapman, and Wm.
White who have been engaged
in trapping on the headwaters
of white river for the pasl two
mouths returned to Fort Steele funeral
last week.   During the trip thov
der the overturned tender of his
engine with his back broken.
i aim--; (i. Brown came to
Cranbrook in the early days of
railroading here and was one of
the most popular of railway men
of a somewhat retiring disposition hut full of good nature and
kindness ' Earnie" Brown was
liked not only by his fellow railway men bul by the people of
the town in general,
Mr. Brown was at one tinio in
the e:r.;m,v of the Hudson  Bay
Co., and spent  several   years   in
the north.   The funeral was held
al   his  mother's   residence  on
B ii i r I [ill on Thursday and was
very    largely    attended.        The
body accompanied by his mother
Mrs. I'.. 11. Small and engineer
| Thomas Gill was taken to Winnipeg on the afternoon train where
interment will take place in the
family lot on Monday. Mr.
Brown's father, and his brother
Wilkin Brown will arrive at
Winnipeg     in     time
Mr. Dennis Meets Board of Trade.
E inic
Q,   Brown   was
_ rip iney i    ■	
succeeded in capturing  live live years of age and unmarried.
goat.    They  are tine young ani- |    ,„,      ,Z Z    '.    , ., .,
° ,        ,       . ,       ,,., The   Kootenay  Central Rail-
mals and ate In good condition. way ,a ,.vs|. Thename^somehow,
They also   brought, in a largeUmacks of faratlarity. — Golden
number of martin skins und three jStar.
bear hides.
Tho columns of the Prospector
are open to all in discussing matters pertaining to incorporation.
Enamel souvenir brooches,
pins, spoons etc. at Wm. F.
Tate & Son.
Moyie Mining News.
From llic Moyk- Lcador.
W. R. Brock, of the Dominion
geological department, was here
this week looking at the St. Eu-
U is now up to the Golden
Board of Trade, and the citizens
generally, to celebrate the turn
ing of the first sod of the Kootenay Central iu a manner be-
titling the great importance of
tbe event to the town and district.    Golden Star.
.1.   S.   Dennis,  C. P.R. Land
Commissioner for B, C, made a
brief slop at Cranbrook Wednesday,   and   after   a   short drive
around town, met. a large number
if the members of the Board of
Ira Ie.   G. T. Rogers, president
of the Board presided, and after
a few words In explanation of the
call for the meeting,  introduced
Mr.   Dennis.    Mr.   Dennis in a
few brief words said that the C.
P. R, was in favor of Cranbrook
assuming municipal control and
that the company was ready to
stand,   not only their share of
tlH, | taxation, but also one-half of the
expense of incorporation;   that
his company had always been in
favor of Cranbrook becoming a
city,    lu referring to a motion
passed by the Associated Boards
of Trade at its last convention,
said:—" that the motion as passed was very unjust to his company as has been demonstrated
by recent surveys,  and by the
list of prices on land published
by tho C.P.R."
After a few remarks by Messrs
Gurd and Harvey on C.P.R.matters, the meeting adjourned.. THE PROSPECTOR. ORANBROOK, B C JULY 22, 1906
Something
for Nothing
ESTABLISHED    INS
A. B. 6ratf,
I'L'BI.ISHKlt   AXI1   KIIITOH.
nay would be in aeiiv operation  Jff(£^£S^g^£S^gS^^g:':'^£C^
and the districl   would be a hive  [fllj
of I nd nst rv.
Tie-   I'll Iways  "t Canada did a
very wise thing When   thej' Snvi    ll&i
led the twenty tin-   Washington  lift
fl HOTEL
flPltU llJrO0t»eCt«JV l'uUwa>' cu'-N*sI>°<"*enis to tour!Kg |
__      z.       —-  Canada .mder  their  auspices wGuests Comfort a Specialty Good Stabling in Connection m
THE    B.C.    SOAP   COY   offer   a    (.KAMA-        dArultnAY, JOUV 22. mm.  a" eorrospondents  have seen   W> U
11 the Kooleniiys and have  wreck-   IB Jft'
r\XV. to 11111'cli users of their Will IE   SWAN   >N .,      , .. i,,,,,,.,. ,1.,. discus  ed the vocabulary In their praise  \[i v -», o,.„„.i ,1.,,,,,,    ii.,s„ ,mmn. m
the Kootenai's and I
ed the vocabulary In their praise U(j!
of what they seen in the mining m
camps of Southern British Co- uj
luinbia.
Nearest to railroad depot.    Has accommodations   for   the   public   unequalled   In
Cranbrook.
PHONE to purchasers of their Will IE SWAN   _N lh(, n),.u .,„,„,.,.,),,, discus
1   sion on ihe question of Mo
SOAP la bars for 25c).   When you buy twenty|nlcipft| ^corporation win take
place,   and   we ■ there lore   hope
cents worth ask for a coupon and ttet pa rue u- l1ml t|101>0 w))l D0 a mrge altenn. 1
iiince of citizens and a mure  gen- ;
lars how vou may become the possessor ot  aii|el,ftla|SCUSSj0U0( tno ,)r0po.sal.
It will, we presume, be agreed      In i
up-to-date gramaplione. ilmt  uo community   in   BritishL|
Columbia over amounted 10 nny- Us a city  municipality, a citizen .--..,-..-
ihing that was not Incorporated, remarked  that there would no .£«$.$.$.$.$.$.$.££$4-$?4£$4£494$4r4M->4>>4>'4k
|I Is 11 necessary sequence, there- doubt bo a difference of opinion A .._..«.. _..._.., 9
tore, ot progress.     There  is  no Us toils  advisability, und 11. wa
Civic InoorporattoD.
,   . ,      ,.   ,   , ©Hot and Cold Baths
1 mU'Oauou.g  the  subject ..>*   m
HOGGARTH & ROLLINS    \
Proprietors m
NOTICE.
TAKK SOTIOB timt I Intend loipolj ton,,.
Chlot Commltatoiwr ol CantoMid Works ryr«
SpecUl License to flit and otrry awas Umbtt
trotn the (ollovrtati detcrlbed ImkU in KUt
Kooteoajf DUtrlct, OrliUb Columbia:
Cointaenolng at u post plattted !u milt* itaatQi
tbe Skookuuiobuok rlvei onthoArat i-k^k «l
nroai «idfl audoloaa to troll going up ulderaaic
tbence Boutb 100 chain*, tbetiue Waal Monaloi
tbanca North IfiOcholna, tbunua BaattOobitu
to place ol boglnnlnt.
Dated thta 16th da; ol June lsuti.
N. JoboaotL
booator,
G. T. ROGERS.
•L-U-LJV      ,|!'S    ''l,V      'S     '"     '"'    1^,','1"     !ind
FANO and STAPLE GROCERIES ami  cKOLKfc.K\. ,.,ip.h|    [j this wore not «o, there
would be no use of talking of the
matter at all. The only dilTer-
once of opinion is    si me think it
citizen  of  Cranbrook   that does desirable that there   Should be a
not believe that tic progress  of
Cranbrook, B. C.
JE INSURE, YOU
J
J   ...	
free  and   lull discussion.     l'ef-   A 9
soually he was strongly iii favor A       Against  any   Accident   and any kind of <gj
of incorporation.   Very likely It a sickness absolutely no restrictions giving ft
would occasion some slight po    A  y ()U  £,,,  .,  week  j.j  c;i>c „,  c|ther   for •
montof taxes which we do not w ■
now   pay,   but   there   would   be  A d"<.1/V
J $20 a year
* Payable on Terms to Suit Vou
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTtCR that I Intend to apply to the
CblatcommiaatoDarof i.uii.k una work* tor *
Speolel License to out and curry »»■»>■ timu.f
[ram tin- fallowing deaorlbod luutit in Kim
ICootanai DUtrlct, Brltlab Columbia:
Ootnuisnolng at u poat pUntedatN.Joaa>
sous North Wfsi oornor, thenoe smith ico
ohatnn, ibanoe Went 4u coaltu, thenoe North
lOOobatna, tbeuoe v.iisi lOobalna to plaoe oi in*.
ginning.
Uated tbU Ifttb day of June i-ftfe
H. Uttle,
W Locator.
YOU   FEEL
PEEVISH 311(1 FRETFUL
would oe butt- r to have the city compuusatina  advantages of far
assume :ull  municipal   govern-Igreaier importnn
menl during the present yeill. A
We confess we belong m the] How's This? A Tho
:, ruier class.     [I   Ihe prospects     Wu oltor Onu Uunarwl l)i.ll«r» Uo- •
oi Griuibrooli are  such tha'. i' is wanl lor.anj eiwo uf' 'a'aiTli tluii ''"'--'A
esirabie to he i"''c'i"U'.it.ed.i'i"'''l;:7-;\^^i;;;i';,:''1t','''i:';,   w
,ome  future   time,   it isouthi'     s\'u Uiu undumiifntnt have kimwo K.  W
(MM GdSUlLU GO.
f
Of Toronto   a
Tie'se hoi days, and   perhaps   vou do not laltu
much exercise as you should,    The result is
ircount a one still more important thai no delay iu the mutter
should be had, bul that we should
seel, incorporation nl once.
J.  t'neii.
or llio hi-i 10 y
I  T
,iiii'i:«ii...      ■■   ."■■" ■ ■      di ♦ , i I  I r"j j
rnn
l
S
J
ft
n
^ A Sour Stomach
m        and then Indigestion
#
ffl\     And all th" horrors o
ftK             lie   wise   iu   line
y.:'     vo ll' blood i 1 with
a dyspeptics life confront you.    \j
Keep your system cleull and     si
Phosphate of Soda
et the lies! i Inly b'rom
C. E. REID & CO.,
Yuu i. an liet the lies! i Inly b'rou
^
A business man cun mil daub his
name on n fence or rock without
getting some good ou1 ol it:
neither can he run a stereotyped „ti|)Ut!„];
id in   a   paper   for  a   solid year.	
without some  returns.    Keen  if
he does  not   think  he sees any
beiietil, it  comes,  nevertheless. I
What then iniisi be the result of a :
real   live advertisemeril?     II   n
business man will simply give to
his advertising the same thought uitA.N'HHOOl., ■:•
Inisiiies. ininsiH'liiii'is   nml   llnuiHilnliy IA    J  \J i. 1  i N        X  L w    X    \J i. L1. Is.
nlil,-. tu ,-ari-v oul ini., obllgiitiens iinitl,, I t^
bv lbs tirin.
W\I.1U\,I. KlNNAN ,V  SI .MIS IN,
Wliol.'sulu l>n krIhIs, Toi  f). | ,l
Hull's i .alar: h i.'ni-u la lakou lut«r- •
nallv. 1,,-tinj illr-'i'tlv i|«ui Ihu lilcajd Jk
and   mo, oo-   sirtii.-.-   nl   the   syatoiu.lT
Ti'i-iiiaiu-.ials aenl fi-oo.   Prliio "■' nta W
I,,,,- lieiil,-.   Sold l.v all Uruggis-,-. A
-HUTCH J
General Agent for j
Cranbrook, HA.. Mast Kootenay. Z
(J
ProieMHional.
UARVEY 4  MoCARTER
BARRISTKR8 UNO SOLICITOUS
Phont-   7 4-
ft
J$      CRANBROOK,   B.C.
')(^ DIM'KNSINi;    OUU    SI'Ki 1AI.TY
llritisb Columbia
and care and   the  same  applica-' ~
tion of business experience thai  W.  P. CiURD
he  gives  to  buying  his stock,
the selection and training ot his Barrister
mi t\ i~ + ~   .". I clerks und the miscidlnneous do- Solicitor, Etc
The Druggists. ^ Lls „r hU 1)USim;ii,, „„.,., J
! nothing more sine under the sun |UI'dillll'OOK
than that he will  thou iio longer!
• complain of rales, or "that there;
is   nothing  in  it" bul w-'dl he an
enthusiastic and thoroughly con-
jviuced  advocate of the efficacy|
|of printers ink,
A. Mellor »-«»«■
General Merchandise
ATTENTION PROKPBCTOUS AND MINERS. It is not
wiivssno' '" ir"iLrht your supplies Lwnnti unlos, when you can
ijurchasp |.ho samn jjoods, tn Lhe same price, a\ MELLi HiS,
Miu.Ts ifoltia in iili poinii. via St. Mar>s r'lvor will liinl it :t larjfO wtviny
anJ conveniuniM! to [.ru.-nr.- BuppHra fi-oai
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTtOH tiiut I Intend to apply to ttm
Cnlftt <lommuHioatr of l.im.is *u<i Wuriv, for •
SpsclKl Ulceus to out und turrj iwej viuibor
trout un* foiiouiiiH deeorlbed lenda iu Rut
Kuteoe) Dlttrlot, BHUthGolunblfti
Oommeneetni hi h po»t punted m h, i.uut'r.
Norm \\>st corner tbence Homo iu ebetni,
tbence Went tOobilu, tbeaoeKobb UWcbtlu,
tbence Knit w cbntui to pltue »t QJeflnnlng,
Deted this i.'ith Ju> ni June two.
T. Roberta,
."j Loeitor,
NOTICE.
TAKK KOTICB tlutt 1 Intend tu apply to tlii*
Cb|p| < !ontmlnloner oi i.niui- end Worlu tor h
Specie! McCtlM Wi CUtBud i*urr>   av\uy tltubri
Ironi it)*- rollotrtna dincrlbed lande In Rett
Kootunaj Ulitrict, Uritlab Cotuntbla:
Commeticlnti at a jxwt planted t*t T. Roberta
North Weal corner thenco south itw ebalea,
tbonoe Wait tuobalu, tbence Noriii iwii-hnint
tbouce Kaal w ohalm to place ol be|tnn|oi
Dated thl- ISth day ol June liKft,
John fcwtn,
•."j locator
NOTICE.
i aki: NOT1CK tbal I Intoud to appl] to tha
Cblet Couulflaloner o( l.umii «uj Worki Ion
Special Uoeiiao to oul and carry i.wtty tlnur
Irntn ibo rollowInR doaorlbed tmidx Id Rut
Koownaj utatriot, llrltlab Columbia
Commencing at a [Ki«t piatitt-n i mile North
ii .i Rwtn h North Rant comer tbence Weal *«
Iihiiv thence North l» chains, thence Eut«
Iihiii-. thence Suijiii 100 i'IibI'is to place ui I*-
Dated tins i.ith da) ol June 190B*
j   Nelaon,
SB) Locator
C. H. DUNBAK
IIAUUI.STKII, S' il.li'ITOll
anil  NO'I'AUY   1''  MI.Il
ICmnbiiMik, li 0,
f\. Mellor
General Outfitter
Marysville, B.C.
f LEflSK & HENDERSON \
JKS
Always Up-to-Date
g Cranbrook, -      - B.C. 2
FiuuaiiiuaiuuuuuiiiiiuuuuiuiiUiUiuiuauuuiuuK
Wholesale
AND
LIQUORS -■   ,
A. C. BOWNESS
AGENT   FOR
Calgary Hecr, Ale .v Porter.
I. Ki;Hi:i. .v CO., Hay and Grain.
Cranbrook, B.C.
v\wiiMMmiii«iimiM»u«nm«m«"*
iTiieBuStiHlieGiifiapestf
....      „   n     ,    ,    , nai.fi- H' Thompson ,
What    tiouthtmst     hootenay » \\
1101V requires tn phiee   her in the ,'.j(  IjjWHjOTKUtNOLlciTOtt \fi
• front rank of ininliifs ills}••lets is, \
,1,-st capital; next, time .ml nil-;      oyn^ ''KASK au,LU'^ {
way eo-nmunicatlon, she is grad- cii'iiubrmik, [i.e. (  i-alloy
ually obtaining the latter.   It is f^m.
,.;,sy new to raise eupitiil fur any ,   T H O M A S    M e V 1'.".' 1 K
ijood Southeast Kootenuy enter-
pi-ise,  und  the Canadinn Pacific     p . 1^,. S .   tSt   CB.
iRailway   is  pushing   its mails1
right   intu   the  Kootnnity,    fly!
this in,.aii« the cost Of   tl'auspol' ''"'  ' '",'"  "'
"nation and treatment on ure will
lie reduced   i"  such n  level ihal
-aaaaaV l|,,t  mill   lligll  enirl"    |iropl'l-l iOS,
j. - , hul low-grade properties will ill-
', \J v^ so Im pui °n it remunerative
r\  |  i  , ) ' basis.    We shall   doubtless   wit-
j   FALLS VIEW HOTEL  j
ff CHENETTE & NEAL. Proprietors J
) r*   Marysville,   B-C.   *~r (
Tlio largest utul best oquipped hotol m tho Si  Maryi
COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS
NOTICE.
I VKB NOT1CR that I Intend to airily (.*iti<<
• Mef Cotntnlmlounr ol Land! and Worka tori
Spoetal Llcontetocutand furry ewaytltnta
front the followlne deacrlbed iknda in Km
Kootenay Ulslrlot, Brltlah Columbia,
ComniencinK »t » i"*"! plaotod nt ,i Noumm'i
Small Bait corner  Ihenee South *> cbtlu*
in- in-.- Kaal BO chains m ■ North B0 i-tiiittn
thenoe Weit SOehalua to place flnolQi
Dated inla Iftth tlaj ol June IWJ
,\  .\  Kwlli
■"j I.ih ntiir
NOTICE.
t.\ki. NOT1CK that | Intoud teepetj u»U»%
Chief Couintlaalonoi "t IhikIs hihJ irorki for •
sj.i-iiiii t.ii-ti-' to cut aud oarrj »»h> tlmbet
fruiti tin- following deaorlbed lande in F.asi
Kooieuaj niiiHii Hriilah Columbia
Oomwcnclnffai a poat planted at a. a Bwln'i
Sonii Weat oornor thenoe North ISO ohalnt,
them ■■ lust 10 clialna, ihenee somii iflOebatAt,
tin'i>,<■ w.-i Kii halna to j)i".-.' 61 beglnnlai
Uatnd tbla 15th duj of June WM
•    H Little
9 Locator
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*
S
t
aa...a.a.
laaaaiaaaa
ness a ureal   rise  in the mineral
output oi   Soiulmast  Kootenay  | l'1" ""'""''"''   '<-!''""•" '■'"
In lilO'i and lflOH.  -a-«->	
DR. E, W, CONNOLLY
Pliuiiician i""1 Surgeon
IKKIOK AU.MslIt INII  ,\VK
II, ens:   0 ie 11 ii.ni.  '-' loll p.m.
" to " p.II
; NORTH   STAR
| ^--     HOTEL ,
a e>
a Kimberley,   B.C. p
f   H. W. DREW. Proprietor.     _^-^_ , J
«^e>tae>t|i«e>«>«>««e>^e>ta«>«tft«>e>«>e>«>
NOTIOB,
TAKK SOTH K tbai i Intend to apply Mtoa.
Chlof Cominlaalonei ot i.audi hh.1 Wurkx (nt*
Special Lloenae tocutaad oarry awaytlmbtf
from iin* following deacrlbed und* it. k»»i
ffootenajf DUtrlot, llrttlah ColumbU:
Commenclnjr at a poat planted atHLUttWi
South Eaai oorner So i olaltti tfieneo Sortb in
obalna, thenoe Kaal io >.• k'tn t n^ tbonoe Booth W
obalna. thenoe weal la ehalna to ulaee ufi^-
kfiUUiliK
Dated mis 15th itu> ul Juno 1906
S. Juli«V)ti.
Lioator,
Wl.i-ili'-f you ftrolu .whUiuhs pr Pi   Ei   Kl NCj
(lolUk.s i. pays lo u- fufr and| ^ .   Q^r\y|^T
nitk.
IKPICK IIOCKSI '• U) IJ t.^ii
1 !u 0 |i III,
7 Ul * |> tn.
i trrn i! nml Ukkiih.v i.
4
McClarys 1
.-anions UANGUS    n
SO  YEARS-
EXPERIENCE
:
■i|, mu
nrU',-s rlifhl.   A l.AIKIK SMIPMKNT JUST MIlllVKI)   «:.
m m
s Pat more Bros, s
-• i
gPlambing, RooBng, Beating und Ventilating EugineersS
^viiiiui iiiiii uiininn»i»i»i»i»ini"vN
I'.uiv principals are eoml
ihinijs, bul only so when rein
fiireed bv performing your I'ltrlit
„l  iranel.ise honestly ami , • Armstrong Ave    Cranbrook
seielltl'i'lslv III  tile liallol  llOX,
...
The i 'niiservative party \
party tit to govern in fedoral sir
well as 1'nnini'ial iniitlei -
a    a    a
The niinin^ development now
t'u'ni|» mi in the Vicinity Ol I'ran
I brook is inilieative liferent pro*
perity A ffreal number ol 'prop-,
erties have passed the prospec-
live staire ami .nu.v now be called
NOTICE.
TAK1 MO'lei: Umt 1 liit»-it,l l„ ,ii,|,ly Iii Hi'
I'tii,'! e,MiliilUslou,-r ol l.unUs uli'l Work, lor,
Special l.lfHiis,, io out ami ,'any awa) Hmla-i
frimi   lh>-  lOllowlDR  dOMHbod  1.11,1s  III Ka.t
KootODoj DUirlct Iiriil.b Columbia:
(.'omioonolng at i. i„,-i pisntod ut J. EfflQ'i
S»rlli Weat i-uriitT ilii-u,-,- Nnrlli lOOcbftllu,
tbouce Kn.t iiii'iiiiins ibenoe Soutb lOOebilw
iiu'iir  Wt-.t io obalna to plaoa nl bcfrltiDlni
iii,i,-,i titk i.'.ti, da] "t .luiie Iflct.
T. Roberla,
9 l.ocau»
pin  *   Post Office
OVI U       Store
Cosy and
(.umlortabk Rooms
Royal Hotel
Headquarters for    (,;n|;ii|;i ,li;ik„s ,„istlll<,.. ,„,,,.
Mining Men      m„„m11n, ...a ,,;,s. ugold-briek-
ed twice  by  the  Liberal party.
but never again, will the electors
siami fur a free trade gold brick.
Ihe largest General Store in Marysville, where miners
■.in lie supplied with anything tin \ want .it .ill iinics.it
Cranbrook prices,
Groceries.   Hardware.
Clothing.   Stationery
B. J. CLAYTON
^Mt«ttfi!ti!Ti!TH?nftnTn!VHiHTiiti^nHTTtrtTTHtntmntn!niy
Scientific Jfiiicrican.  I 1 • OUmS & COa |
A handMnaetf tllaatrale^ wwki?.   Imwm "      (J;
'■titotlon uf iinT'f-if'i'ifli- tfiuniitl.   Tonnit.#^:'      ^_  u      ,
tur: lour tiiniiilm, li,  Holil byull naWMgUai*       a^-  *»»»a
Up & Co.""—" Hew York |cM*<»
Tradk Marks
Ocbighs
Copyrights Slz
An]rOno unillnfi n »itBti*h unil datorlPtlnn m*
qoiokly Mosruin pur oiHtiton tre« wliBti	
niTfiitKin upriiimi.lv |e,t.'i,iiihie. ('iiifiniiiui'
tuwiiKtfriciijri'* nn<t4Mitinl. HANDBOOK "" ' '" "
wnt frea. oldest namcy for •acunpf oatat u.
I'lttcnK HsHfti  iliroiuli   Musiii A CO. H»M
tptcioi tiotki, wi' hnut one ne, in tlm
Head Ofllee,
iy. Alberta
Main Office for Bast Kootenay,
Oranbrook. hc
NOTICE,
SOTICKIn lirroby kh--ii diut nlsty «1«>*. ■»-
, nftjr daii* I lutnntl to lil»nlj t.i Hie t-hU-l Com- fc
•   •   • mlantonar ol Uanrta aud Works for pormlmloa C^
,.     ,    ,, ■„  ,i.n   riHAB   to poroltftM the lol.moni;   ricsaHbed tuftds J^
A AdlcaUhflDgeln tbo yivt,-, ^„lS,),(til,lfl1lK(K,f„ri;iv„flUimrncililtflt g
Bill   lit rid WOUld tetld to  iuCrOaftQ! ihr oorlhweai wnier if Ln, No BW». Qrtmp I,
FRANK ANGERE. Manager .he price ot lead, would pl^feSSSS^^SSl*" c
every lead mlnoiolhfl KootflDtvyil thcno*»««i*l«lialiia.th«n«i aortli M eH«i»>. K
in iM.eration. would i!iicoiiraKo,""'0<"'""" "cl,,,,M -""""■-""n''*^"'""- E Dealers in
Phi' ubovu hotel has been recently erected, and neatly furnish- the  putting  in ol smelter plants u,,,i,,w,„i..ci,,u,n.,o,„„ „„«„„„. mom tj     Live Stock at Calgary. Alberta     3
Tbe  Bar  is supplied  with the best brandsOf in  tbe Kootenay  vulley, <very ° i«Mi<-«^Uu»u».i«»wiSuimUHVuuiUiatmuJUlHiaei»iHiiiiiiiiiiii,,  ' 3
lumber mill in bouiheast Koote l u» tu. va> t., ol )»• iws r /itUlUitUumUUUlUIUlUUUUMUUIUUUUUIlUUIUU
IMeryaville, B.C.
WliolcMtilc and Retail %
I Meat Merchants i
1
3
Abattoir and Cold Storage3
L--I     tlll-OUgllOUl
Liquors and Cigars
NOTICE
TAKK Nn'i'iei: thai i iniotul to apply toIba
Ublofc mlaalnnri ol i,-«n>is i.u.i IVorkilor*
Speolal Uconao to cut anU ,'.,ir) affajllnlw
Irtiin ui, i■.i,..,%,11k ,i,-s,-rii.,.,i landi in Rail
Kooi ,v niairlci, Hrltlali Oolumbla
i ommcnatiia m n poal plantotl al T Kobaru
South Baal oornor  nien,-,. North IW ohaloi
iii.-,u-,- Kh-i loebaloa, tboi smuii iMobiloi,
iu> in-,. Weal in ohaloa to plaoo ol botflnnlni
iiHi-.i tin. lath, day olJuno l"(V».
.1   N'i.'lallll.
» 1 alw
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICE linn I li ul toapul! UIM
Oblot Couitnlaalotior of 1.1111,1-. un 1 worka tor 1
s,a-. lui i.Iiimi,,. looul unil carry nway lluitxi
(row it.,- roiiowlni Unauiibod laudi lu Km
Kmtonaji ni.irli't. Hrlllili Columbia:
ConiinenolUK ui n poat planted at s. Join,
wn'asouth Baateornor ilienoo BaitWobaltii,
ttii-iii',, gouib si obalna, thenod Weal no ohalu,
tiK'in',, N.utii m, obalna to i>iuri' „f beglnolni
Dated tuts null, (in, of June imift.
j. Ewlli,
■-"* 1.0,'unn
The Illinois Central
Maintains iiDoxoolletl Bttrvloo from
tbe went In tlm out nml Miutli. Makiii«
loto I'onnootloua  with  tralm ul •"
Irililm'onlliieiitiil lilies,   poMGQgorfl K*
ivi'n tiirir t'holco of rotitea to Cbleago
toulsvlllo, Memphis and New Orleann,
unil throujll thoso lailnts to the far earn
Prospective tl'avolors UenlrlnK InlOf
inatloo as to tho lowest rauw anil he.'
routes are Invited 10 correspondence
with the following raproMotatlvej.
I). H. Tri-miiui.i., Commercial Atro"1
H8 Third St., Portland, Ort-KOO'
J. C. UNUSKVi T. F. .t l*.A.
141 Third Sl„ Portland, OifKOO
P. B, THOMPSON, F. *, ^'A., Rooail
Colmau Uldg.. Seattle. Waal.. THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B. C    eWM
ifti.'i
•niinHiaimununmmmiamaav»imumM
£\J\J1\U       HILL 4 CO     r ■-„„:, ,„.,,-
that eon make lilt- «orth the IM
E. H. SMALL. Manager
i»««««««««»»»««»»»ay»*»wa«»»a»a»aa»»%»%\aMa\%»«M<%tt.t%M«ie«w%»»'
ROYAL
*   HOTEL   *
THE OLD RELIABLE NEVER l HANGED HANDS
VAN   always   on    hand    to
welcome guests.
L. B. VanDecar, Prop.
♦'♦.♦..♦'.$'•:♦. •:♦:•:♦ «•♦♦»♦ «■:♦.♦ ♦ © ♦ o ♦ © ♦
1 B. H, SHORT & CO. |
Soft.
White.
Fragrant
Shin,
Use
BABY'S
OWN    SOAP
So othrr   -   .       -   | 101   a*   RfetA,   M.
1 r.iciT Toun      • tft   Mrs, voaTttftl.
L,
Fa/'/or'
ok, B.i
Stye liroeiJcctov.
SATURDAY, JI l.V -".'. IWt
ARMSTRONG  AVENUE
t * • Newest designs in
D
♦
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aoers
♦*♦
♦
i
♦ Over duo Different Patterns to Select From w
J   Painting. Decorating
and Sign Work   jj
:
P.o BOX 88 PHONE 111       H
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I FORT STEELE
BREWING CO,, LTD. I
FERNIE, B.C. '
!»   MAN0PACTUUBR8 and BREWERS of EXTRA KINK    <;
BEER | PORTER
::   SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED   ||
Hot licit beer for family j!
use a specialty >
Outside   Orders
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
4 P. O. BOX 812     b.
1     TFUBPHONE NO. I     P
|    Port   Steele Brewing Co., Ltd.    !!
************ **************
|     AITCHISON i
* THE BUTCHER     !
5 9
* *   Marysville, B.C.   * 9
tk w
Our <•!
^ urn- uompleto Cold Storage Plant enables us to tor-  S
*5   uisli our goods in perfect condition al all seasons ot   uj
5   the year. at
««****«#*i«**« ************
Centrally Located Electric Lights
•   Manitoba Hotel
Under Mew Management
LOCAL NEWS.
.1 A. Qouptll, Koniic, was in
t'raiihri>i)k lliis week.
Short A Go's, now wallpaper
is th,' talk of Dip town.
	
.1. Neil. Murysvillf. was in
the city Tuesday.
F a. Cudahy, Winnipeg, was
in town Wednesday.
A. i' Stevenson, Moyie, was
in tun ii Wednesday,
Hose, Hos,', Hose at Patmore
Bros
R. Mi-Kiinninii. Moyie, was at
Cranbrook Monday on business.
II Eachern, Spokane, was a
KiH'st at ihe Cranbrook Monday.
Strawberries and'fruit In season at Tisdale's
K H. McDonald, Nelson, was
in tho city Monday,
.1 C. Graham, Winnipeg, was
ai the Cranbrook Monday.
P. H. Wallace, Toronto, was
in town Tuesday.
.1 Alexander, Toronto, was a
guest ut the OranbrooK Tuesday.
W. n. Ross, Vancouver, was
in town Tuesday.
McClary's famous Kootenay
ranges at Patmore Bros,
.1. MoLean, Calgary, was a
truest at the QraubrookWednesday.
P, Jensen, Wasa, was in Cranbrook Wednesday on mjning business,
K. A. Hayes, Boise, Idaho,
was ii guest at tin? Cosmopolitan
Tuesday,
C. Bush, and C, J. Rogers,
Vancouver, were (Joint; business
at Cranbrook this week.
J, E. Rice. Calgary, was registered at the Cranbrook Wednesday.
Malcolm Mclnuis, returned
Wednesday from a business trip
lo Elk Mouth.
Saddle horses and rigs are always ready al the Cranbrook
stables.   Very moderate charges
II 11. Brown. Victoria, was
doinj; business at Cranbrook
Monday,
Geta Refrigerator or a Freezer
for tho warm weather. Palnion
Bros.
P.   Lund,   manager   of the
Crow's Nesl Lumber Co. at
Wardner, was in town Wednesday on business.
R. .1. Hutohlngs, Calgary, representing the Northwest Saddle
Co, was doing business in Cranbrook Wednesday,
C. R. Dixon, Calgary, was
rounding up Cranbrook tner
chants, on the subject of snpar,
Monday lust.
Letters on any question of Interest from our readers are cordially welcomed by the Prospector.
Charles Spllsted of Kimberley,
has been appointed a justice of
the peace for the Province of
British Columbia.
The Cranbrook  lacrosse club J   J^
will piay the Leihbridfre cl »b a>
Lethbridge on July 31st.
l unstable Dow of Wardner.
was  in  Cranbrook-  Tuesday  on
local business.
^ 	
J. MoLeod, and S. Rentonof!
Arrowhead were Cranbrook vis-)
itors Tuesday.
If you want a refrigerator buy
Mayeock'sdry air patent Refrigerator guaranteed to keep provisions belter lhau any oilier
sold in Cranbrook. *
Mrs. J. Taenhauser ot Fori1
Steele, was in lown Monday.
While in town Mrs. Taenhauser
rented a house, and will move
from Steele to Cranbrook next
week.
•lake Kink, returned Saturday
last from an extended visit lo
the coast Mr. Fink daring his
trip  visited    all  the  prominent
coast cities Including Portland,
and its big exposition.
The Prospector would like to
see every lesidenl of Cranbrook
and Southeast Kootenay on Us l
subscription list     It   would like '
to have every  business man in \\ui ft
Cranbrook represented in Us ad |	
vertising columns and wants an
opportunity to ligure on job
printing for those who need it
U i
Boot-Shoe Maker
All Work I.una,.'<-■•.
Xf-W \\ nlk Mftdi   to
Armstrong Ave.
Furnace,
Importer of
Fine Woolens.
e>  Crai,l,i-i
natrons A,
J. Edgar Davis
A   Bricklayer   ifi
'•"Contractor  v
Furnace,  Boiler,   Range   and
Fireplace Work n Specially.   All
description of stone-work undertaken.
Orders left al J. o. HEBRIDES
Prompl   Utentton.
For Sale
Valuabi.k Kuiit Ranch, at
Creston, B.C Price |l,600.
Terms easy. This is without
doubt one of the best real estate
bargains on the market
For further particulars see
Arnold & Roberts
PHONG 89
Real Estate and Insurance
CRANBROOK, B.C.
DRAYING
We have been in the business
for several years, we have the
best equipment in B.C. and we
guarantee satisfaction.
About mat Piano
We are the authorised agents
for the removal of Mason St Risch
Pianos, we can do llie work without risk. Also Household Fur-
nature.
PERRY & FITZGERALD
Proprietors of the
Cranbrook Cartage and Transfer Co
Offloo onposlta
C.P.R Depot. Phono 63,
Headquarters for mining   4
men and old timers. p
When you want  a  good     E. C.  Miller,  Fqrt Steele, is
i        .      . m. m tk. went for McCormlck Harvest-
place to stop come to the\*&g Machtnery,   Th0Se wanting
Manitoba. mowers, rakes or repairs will be
supplied on application.
d. a. Mcdonald, manager
Wo Give Tou Tour Money's Worth
Short & Co. have just finished
painting the residence   of Mr.
Ma pee.   The appearance ot I
building it much improved.
The Illinois Central
Maintain*, unexcelled service from
the weal to the cast hh,1 south, Making
,-lusu ,-niin,.i'li,ills with train, of al!
ti-ansi-uiitiiiiMiiul line*, passenger* are
given thi'lr ohotoe of routes toChtoago,
Louisville, Memphis anil New Orleans,
sn,l through those points lo tho faroast
Prospective ttavelere desiring Information as to the lowest Mitt's anil 1,,-si
routes urn Invited to correspondence
with the following representatives,
B. H. TanvaDM.. Commercial Agent
IU Third Su, Portland, 11: >gon.
.1. i . l.iMist.v. T.F. ,\ P.A.
\rl Third 8U, Portland, Oregon
P, H. Thompson, r. ,\ P.A., Room
1. t'lilmuii Bldg., Seattle, Wash,
•HH-H-H-H-r-H-l-W-H-H-H-^
I  STEWARTS   I   |
± The   LEADING STORE   For J
Fresh Fruit. Vegetables,
|    Choice Confectionery
FRESH M IN.
soi-'V lilil.Mvs
I"llnzi'lwooil lea Cream"
PROMPT iii:i.i\ ii^
Hugh Stewart
Photic 75   ftrfliBtrono, Ave
hI-H-H-H^-!H-«H-H-l-W-H-
SAVE TIME
ALL    THE     TIME
Don't
Shovel
Ashes
Not one make of furnace in twenty i« supplied with an
ash-pan.
Without an ash-pan the ashe> must he shovelled into
a pail or some other receptacle for removal—means dust
in the eyes, ruined clothes, extra woik ; a dirty d.s.u>ree.ihie
job—the meanest part of furnace 'tending.
The Sunshine Furnace has an ash-p..n which catch..-*
all the ashes, and slides in and out easily. Has two Innd, 9
for carrying.    Xo shovelling', sweeping or dirt.
This is only one of a dozen g-ood features pOMtSMj
by the Sunshine Furnace, none of which are fonnJ on
any other furnace.
MXIaryl;
London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vincotmr. SI. John, R.St
Patmore Bros Sole Agents
STMPIX
STRONG
I MUSIC |
lire    Mlelnn   TEACHER OF THE
Mr*.   rllSlOp PIANOFORTE
S|K'cial attention to touch,
teolinique,   phrasing  and
Kradinn of studios.
Fur partloulan apply to c. B, Hold *
Co., The DriiKKlMtn.
UJjjCHB
Purchase   Prloa   $3.00  a  Month
Allowance Made For Olii Machine
Arnold s rodbtu
i.ii i,,,.'iiniii mhiMMtl iitiliktilMJaJmVah r
t nn im mvtvn nn fifi nn nmi wittiii »■■■
Rocky Mountain Chapter
NO.  12ft.  u. A. M.
CRANBROOK, B. 0.
RoguUr toootlojfii—Und Tuoi*
day   lu   ea<'h   month   at i<i|rht
o'clock.
Sojourning   Companion*   iuv
I'liniiiiiiy Invited.
H. M. BTJftROW, Scribe K,
NOTICE.
Notice Is benby given tbat lUtj dAya efwr
ilnlf   I   IlllPIld   t0 ripply  to  llll'llnn, ihcClllcf
Ootnnlutooof ol i-wiun nmi Worlu f"r per*
rolMlon to purebue tbe followlni deserlbed
Unds. Hitinitfil ID ftUt Kivitmmy IHstrlrl   -
Commenotni ot i. pott piented »t tl nrtb
wf»,i comer or Lot iftM. oreup l.lnthenUd
ButKootentf DUtHoti tbeneeetai Nobilni.
tbenoa north I) obe4pJ< tbenee wni M ebtlne
more or leu to tbe Kiel benb of tbe Blk Rtfer,
tbeneetiootbeutiriy »if>»i* ti1" Mid euterly
lumk  of  tin1   Kill   W'-'T itltmit ,»1 I'hiiti,-. tn the
piece of oointneoeetnenfci there betng i*w eerei
iiinn' it IdfiH.
RlbBWer.D.0.,JunB«th,m*
T. W. DI MO AY
*i J t» Anderson, Ageni
NOTIOB OK IMSSOM'TION
NOTI0K i" hereby given thgt tii«i"u'nrr-
Hhtii heretofore eobeletlng between un the
uaderelgnedi nu Tobeoco Mercbente in the town
nl (TMiil'ionk   Iiiin Ilil"  il*v   t ri  ilis.i.ilvcil   by
Hitlhlll I'ltlKtiMll
All dflbtB owinir io tbe fHhi ptrtnenhlpera in
be paid to tbe "Aid SiitnuRl J. Mlghton nt
Cmnnroolt. nfor.^iilii. Hnd nil rlHlum iiKulnnt
tlm *n(d pnrtn«mhlp are to h« prewnM to the
Hid siiiiiii.-t J. Mi/inoii, by «hom the RHine
will h*? nettled.
lutpd at Cranbrook, this Sth day of July, IMft
WITNESS |
•      S.J. MIOHTON
J, A. HARVEY   |       F. W. KBLSALL
VOKt STKELB ASSESSMENT DISTRICT
A SpMikl Court of  Revision and Appeal,
under the "Asteaemenl Act ltnt",f«r the Fori
gteele AMtteMmnnt nintrlct, will be held on
Friday, toe ttth. day ol July next, at ten
o'clock (a the forenoon at tbe Provincial Government Office. CraObrook.
Dated at Cranbrook. thla 7th day of July HOB.
J. r. ARHBTRORO,
m court ttmnt^mtUM9fk%i
SEATTLE,   TAC0MA
AND ALL
Pacific  Coast  Points
ST. PAUL, CHICAGO, NEW YORK,
AND
ALL POINTS EAST
Palace nmt Tourist
Steppers, Buffrtt
Library Cars, Modern
Day Coaches.
Dimi-n Cars,
MBALB   A   LA   CARTE.
Best   Meals  on  Wheels
2r\sT  TRAINS o
BAST AND WB8T DAILY   df.
Kor full paitiiMiluM,  rfttM<   foldflPI
ft)*., call on ot addroUi
S. ll, YKKKKS.ii.w.iVA..
Boattle, Waob.
II. BRANDT, c,p. a t.a., Bpokane.
JAMES GREER
jCONTRACTOR
and BUILDER.
ESTIMATES FLRNISHF.D ON ALL WORK
JOnillNTli  PROMPTLY F.XECCTED.
Houses and Cottages for Rent
or Sale on Easy Terms.
LIME AND SHINGLES TOR SALE
Telephone 82.
"ft I J0HNS0N~
Carpenter 1& Builder
Good Work at
Reasonable X'rice
Office and Workshop  Lewis St
MINERAL ACT
| Btmi t.",\TK OF  IMPBOWMT VW
NO TICK.
Plylllg Cloud Mineral Claim,
SUuate in the Port Steele Mi»lnu ntviMon
ll Bavt tto '<■''■■" D■   ■   ■
Where tooated    On Marl Creali o»« miip
m.ii: IflmbfHer-
Tftke noilca that 1  LTioi T McVlttte, I'.m c
\n   n ■,..: i [or .1   0  Dtewry,   V M.c.
No i ' • Itw, Tnnmii i P.M.O, No. QMftOt
and J P ArmsirongofflCaol admtnl»tratot foi
KfeU'ivit natato Proa Mlnei I CertlB
onte No, DTM9V, Intend, sixty «.tiy^ from the
lai hei ■'■ ■■ ply lo the Mining Reoordei
tot a CorUfloaie ol Emprovi mertw. tot the pvir-
pose of obtaining a Crown ftralit or ihe above
olalm
Ami Mi'it.,1 take notlcothat action, ttadtt
•.i otioi M in"'i be i omnom "ii bafow tho laatt*
anm i>[ «uoh CeMlfloateol traprovemanta
Datoil Lhli Wth dnrol April, A.D. IW
If. TROS.T MoVlTTtB
r S9C9696S898 "»%*•» •♦•'-,*'*»*(
I ft
1
f)        "i toe oni nKDiiDoa uaroei a •■••v w
J    eon now be found in tho *
C WATTS' BUILDING §
L.-  I
THESE DAYS
YOU    WANT   THE    LATEST
In Photos
OR NONE AT ALL -
Tlic Newest Is Sure to
He Found at
rTO PH0W) GO.
Studio.
92        01 Un1 olii MfluttoM Bather Shop     m
f) Plrat Class
am work in all branches
of the
Ton&orlal Art S
JBsS«9C9C98S69«9«S69SSSSe9Kl
MI0RTLINE
HFIWEtN
','PAUL CHICAGO
OMAHA- CHICAGO
<ii.-,j'UrtHlCAGO
'H-I-!-i-!"!"M"!"!"i-l-!^'-!-!"H"J+
TISDftLE'S
Keodquftrtora for
i tte.su I'm i is
Nf- Is and CHOICE   4.
COHPEOTIONBRV "
J Ice Ci'Ciini ami Solt Drinks j
Also Tolniff-o, Pipes
and Cif-ara
Bakei St.    Cfahbrook   !!
•l-l-l-!-!-I-l-;-H-H-!-H-i»!-W-l^-
mu,,,,,,,,,, inn,,
cranbrook
71 Livery
GEARY « DOYLE, PROP'S
Teams and drivers furnish-
ed for any point in the district.
A. DOYLE. Manager
.I,TTTTTI1111.1|...|
Your attention Is milled to the
"Pioneer Limited" trains ot the "Milwaukee & St Paul Railway." "The only
perleut trains In the world."
You will find It desirable to ride on
those trains when going to any point In
the Eastern States or Canada. They
connect with all Transcontinental
Trains and all Ticket Agents sell
ticket*.
For further Information, pamphlets,
etc, ask any Ticket Agent or
R. U POKU, H, S, ROWE,
Pais. Agent,        General Agent,
SPOKANE.       -.   PORTLAND
NOTICE.
Tbirtydamtafter data t Intend to ntipiy to
tlio Calel GojtTOlwtoner ol Lands and Worts
tor a license to cut ami parry away timber
Irom tho following- described limits In South
East Kootenayi— Commencing at a post planted nl the South East corner of Lot 11,79, Group
1, thenco west 40chains; tlinnco north M chain,
thenco west 40clmlns; thence south 80 chains:
thenco east 80 chains: Ihenee north fiOchains'to
placo of ncKlnnliiir.
F.. M. FBNWIOK.
Located tht. 9lh Uiiy of Juno, 1905.        cr.
Three & Four Yur Courses
in Mining, Chemical, Civil,
Mechanical and Electrical
Bngtaterliiii.
Mineralogy and Geolofry,
Biology aiut Public Health.
Write for calendar lo
The Secretary,
School ot Mining,
KlBfttm, Oat
IN   THB rtU'NTY COURT OF KOOTENAY
HOt.DKN AT FORT STEELR,
In Probate.
Notice K henby ulven that nn thi* Mh day or
July 1MB It vn ordorM by t, A. Forln, Esq..
judft of the nid OmiHi that Jam.-ii iTorgntMi
Armr-trnnc Offlolftl Admlniatraior for that
portion or thM'miniy o( Kootenay Included in
the Blaotonl nimrictol Cranbrook and Fernlo
be ndnilnlstrntor of nil and singular tho estata
of Jitmis Mrl.niinriltn   alias   Mrl.cachlln  da-
mottd Intuuto,
Ryary person indabMd to the said SeaoMBd
Is ri'qulred to tnakt- payment forthwith to the
nndi ■ ftgnod.
Kv.'iy person linvinn In possession ottfOtl be-
loagtttf to the deceased Is required forthwith
to notify the undersigned.
Every Creditor or other person having any
claim npun or Interest In tho distribution of tha
es'iueof thesald d^roased Is required to fjond
before the 16th day of August next, by rogliter-
pA letter, addressed to the undersigned, hie
name and address end the full particulars ol
his clnim or Interest, and a statement of his
aoeotmt and the nature or his security (If any)
held by him.
After the said Loth day of August, 1905 the
Administrator will proceod with the dUtrlbu-
tlon of the estate having regard to those claim*
only of which ho shall have had notice.
Dated at Cranbrook, thla 10th day of July,
1005.
J. F, ARMSTKONG,
'•W Official Administrator.
xorica.
NOTICF. Is hereby given that slity dsye
after date I Intend to apply to tbe Chief Com-
mlsuloner of Lunde aad Worka at Victoria, lor
permission to purchase tha followlni deaarlfced
landi situated In Southeast Kcooteuy district
Commencing et tha ewtiieart earner of Lee
No. mo. Group l, Kootaaay dlilrlet, tl
f) chains, tbence MmthM ebeiU, 1'
su chains, thenoe eo«th« ehstus, thaMt aa«t
ao chains, thenee north «thll-, |)1MWI»
chains, thenoe north M ea«tM M peaaa al ho
ginolng oontelslM—liilisKH <
Ctertaa •. ffciHWI, I
Dated tkU»»e*eiM*,fl» r
THfc PROSPECTOR. CRANBROOK, IV C. .U'l.Y 1% lOOg
-vvvvinnniWinnriTinnrtnrii^^
S Imperial Hank of Canada
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   IfcOOO.OOO |
5 CAPITAL  paid ui»)     ■   13.000,000 |
REST ACC00NT $8,000,000 2
eSheflEogyectgr. JllB Mail WllO
i.VTCl.l
I.V
Head   Office   Toronto.
-,-   j.   M,-,;,; :■:■..u',  ,-    '(. IS, WILK1I
...     x   isitKAT   UltlTAl
■ I',-.   . ,-..'. IIbi   M in
l.i.,\,l-   Itan .    ,t I l*r>i *»,
.
;,   ;.    kin]r H 'sin,.-. Iran? » ■■■ .
l),.,,!iHi t.    Intere.sl allowed i
. rmnnnmini.nnr<nnnnnnnnnnmiv
I  LOCAL NEWS, j
11   .1   lln.vti .  loruutu,  '.,;i- in
I'llll brook !•'; dnj
i .   O   Kvel -,.; .  Willi :...■!.-    • ..-
I au  si :,:   h.-l mi li I'li.lU   .
limjw uU ridii i r
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COIvlMERCE
Is . UK  HAS       C-fcr-
*     •.,    ...       ... •*•-:'
... ,■ in |0(>1 iny i-w-i- our ehowti ■ ■
KOTIOB.
;■,... • tUi.t M dajri alter \U.e I Utf ur.-1
Lentigo l intend, la uppiv to the Chiel Ow
Land* end Work* ei Victoria, H
to cut nu-! cart) a**i
lag 'I-, rlbed lead*  In
Paid-up Capital. $8,700,000 Reserve Fund. $3,500,000
nrkiitf'i* •"i a ■''•• i poet oo the north
mvi .     .,: i. ■  v.        . ■   tl ■" ebatua Miuth
Ol it.- K.-,l-l,H\ llvi r   itl '.   ■  ■   ti ' -'   *■'    .."in-
 :    Ml .".«,!,•   -■■.'.    LSI OHM     >•'"!   tbtW
un in wcheUu. i" ihe nla.** uf <•*>"»rx uncetneni
HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO
H. E. WALKER, QamnU bUnagof        ALEX. LAIRD. Aaat Qcal Managwr
l?1clllllO'      To P IT I .P    •''" inalieuiacrtwmuwurliwt
Hi..;-, lip ■ lUHII iltfi
;   Cranbrook Branch. J. P. M, PINKHAM, Manage
.1.  Cardell, Calgary,   wns m
Cranbrook Friday.
umruirwuti     Fred Smith, Toronto,  wns
town Friday,
********♦*******♦♦#
Wf have Krwlsatul Reels ol
.i'l.t- ut si..-. - anil  tin   latest
itt li s. ■ troni! I ..,:••   >l I'ltfious
weights,   ;ill   kitnis   ol   Flies
11 and   Hooks  etc,     A
right prices.
J..., : .1. IW
NOTICE.
\V  hill. Enderby, wad u t'ran
rook visitor Thursday.
BI6 flUIDI Sill}
l;  Little, Fori Steele, »'tu al
a   Cranbrook Thursday on buaineaa,
9 	
#      11    1-.    Hi i ■ i.   Fertile,   v. is it
9
1
Where It Pays to Deal.
Stock Quotation*
D  Evans, Lutidbrick, was r»*w
j-ii .ii ihu Kovttl WeUnt'.sdHy,
rWrdie     X    t.l
*'
1ft       As the time for stock-taking Is drawing near "••• desire
9 io sell every article we have lefl in men's summer wear
9 such ;is cloth and straw hats, shirts, underwear,  tennis
♦ and Oxford si s. light coats and vests
*
Tate wiis In Michel
n business.
c. i:
JSlthisw,.
if
A     Vic Dussulniur, Moyie, was in
*
ou n Thursday.
enamel
We are also
nit cases, , :i
laughtered n :
over stocked in some lines
Holow yon will Bad pric
mh as Hi's,
whieh ure
*
* 	
A     nderwtau-worth
•sfT I Ul ■'.   \ •■-'
*	
* :
9 s ..,.., [lata v nrth
9
#  "
*
- -.:, n,,-,, . 16
1.00 ■■ 'H'
; 25 " S5
1.5(1 ■■ 1.10
I.;:,   -     1.36
-'. io now *2.0l)
2 76   "     1.78
1.50
1.00
I   VI'
lu
1.00
jo
a„ , ,.t„„0 lu nfl'l, IU tile ,,'llll'f ,'„lllllll»-
...ll. M,l l.ali.l. a,..l WurlUaBd  lb.  As.i.iaul
,      i .„„:!..•-...,-i ut Laud. ,iii'i Witrk. tor ii"*
I  lit tnciQ^^, ,,, Kb,. Kootenay, lor a Unau to
1 pru-i--1 fu, * "al anJ e.trolaan „n Hie lul.ua
tug  dcaartboil  lanila.  .ttiiated on Auauiin,
UfWk,     r.n.l  ,.!  ..,■! ;iulj„i!iilla'   J.  I, 1 It,...- .
P.S.   Let us serve you by mall ^J *^™*S* ™ *" ' "
Cummaaelngntapualpl uledneoribi 'outh
' i     , ...    f)      ', •■   ■ ■ j. :-/-\* • I kutnHm) l*iuu tr-.il  aud about thrvs nlti *
. ... . 1!'. 0»- ri I vflioUlN I (runi lh« Iteaii »' Akanitna creek Hvtmj Ibr
. . »i jjoa ,i K.uii. J Petenon'e claim, and
qui i •"• i.iiwni J. L'elaraon ■• louthwwt comer
' post, uh-ii <■ north •*> ehaJna. ihenee eaal *>
i obalna, ihenee ^mii mj ehalne ihenee weal 10
i ebalns tu tbe plaoe ol botlnnlbg, aiid uwi •»■ >
etwuiug iu ii.t prbolo, oror »li bnndredettd
| tOfl)   ".BlUtf ItlTl-s.
>    Luceivd June Itih, l909,
I    $) Kdaiti J. IVttTnuu. Locator
: Sotice ii ticrpby ilron iiisi SDdarij sfierdete
I inteud iu apply io tb-- Chiel ComaUtloner oi <
\ Lendeend \\'»rit> end .ii*.- Assistant Comntli
j «iouit ottlAuds and V7orhs (or4thai Dtetrlot uf
k«-.i Kooteney tor a Ulceus to protpeet (dt
Coal sud Petroleon wu tbe followlnideeortbad
Uii'ii.  tltuated  ou Akatniim eraeha    Heinn
SuuthoInt.JuUjtj.iili.^Kdwiti J .l*-t»'ri(iti'<cli.l»
liliHk UM, viutu eaetarn purtn>u of Hritisb
ColumbU
CotntnencltUI »t   a   poat   plantfil   tifur  tbe
South K'Kin imy pom TraU, shout three nllas
d.im iiic .head of Akarnlne oreek, being th«
tultial post ol Bl»le L Karr*e claim, and
narked fc.Uie I. Kerr's northweat eornei
pusi, ibfin-f .^ijiii *' obatne, thenoe ea*i hj
i-imius. tljenee north 80 eluUnn, thenco «esi w
cbulnatoihi ptmceol u'-giiiLuid. nmi not tt*
OwdtttS  iu  lb?:  Whole,  over  si*  nutiilrrd aud
BANK MONEY ORDERS
188UED AT THE fOLLOWINQ RATES
S5 and under       J cente
Over  $5 and not exceeding $10     A cent!
"    *10       " ■ $30   10 cents
"    S30 " $50   15 cente
Th«M Order* are I'ayuhlc nt Par *i any office in Canada of a Chartered
Hank. (Yukon axeapted) and al tho principal hankitiK points in the L'nlted
StutcA. eeaoTuati *t * ratao rati *r
THE CANADIAN BANK OK COHMKRCB, LONDON, BMU,
Iti«> loru, an excellent method ul rcinittina .uiall auma al muocj
with sul'tv and ut smull <aa|.
Crablirook, H.'
M.n-oni Wirrl,-.. iCaaad am
Marcoal Wlrtla. (Amwiamai
Nurvli Star,
SjIIIvml
St. Ku«^u»*    . .. 	
HamblerCamMo.
WtHt^rt, Oil auu CMI	
lnternriiiotit.1 rual & Coka
arm Sll\*r-I<-»<! .Mill.&su,,,!'.  I...
With the arrival of thecamping
season, comes   onct*  onore th'-
I iiocostit.v i>f ureing on every oiip
' ! whii u'ot's into the  woods that it
is his duly lu use ••v,-rv precau
tion aitainsl  porinitting :i fire to
f>-tur»'-<l ,„., hovond control.
. Ill,,tits   Ml !
.mi
;.vio i.oo
Tl..  ..l.iai   !i.,\,
;w,j
i n:,.-i Shoo, -i ;
.'.TO    '•     1
i - (6 ,.i now
I,»,
12.50   '■
J       Paluiuru ltru> for tin
ST   .-it \v:,i,'.
* 	
e>| W, K Phillips, Vancouver
itc ,,;is rcifistored ;it IhnUranbrool
| Friday, _
9     >,    ,      McKiustry
9  Monday iron; a s isa
* M":,,'u'1, 1„  the Methodist church nextl"?^.
5 Ibunday evoninp the pastor, ltov. |
S> S    A    rtallinjrei'  is now em- U  ,, Westman, will commencn a
^  ployed as i clerk in the ssovcrn- L,.rjpS 0j „„„, s on "Charnc-
fflce at Oranbrook. tor Sketches".   These addresses
will lie suitable for the warm
summer evenings ami all are in
vited to follow in '.his series.
The flrsl address will be on "The
Mavor of a certain cily
A (ii«<>il TIME PIECE is
a Faithful Friend
We i.ate u choice seleotioQ ot
Accurate Timepieces
Graceful designs in
Eandsome mantel clocks.
be pleased to ([Utile prices
gilt,
Will
Wm. F. Tate & son
JewelcrH and Graduate Opticians
Official Watch Inapeotora Crow'. S'.-.t "a-s Dlvlilon t .I'.lt.
m      *
Sr      \      Sutherland,     Provincial
    S)  Itoiler inspector,   was in  town
,;M  A   |'l,„rsday
.1.90   »
til*- I'Jlll    |i<»j
Kisit: l. Kerr, Loeetor
i- ,1**tu j Petentuo A|aut
Si
i
♦
*
ips .
.Si I
1 23    ■
A  .mill   *l
' ■•■:. ml      .,■ , I,    -I •«'.
_• ,_- ■.   s,... -.        • i.i.i n,,v. *
1,23 ronni.- Shops . ..   "
1.10 I	
:'.:, 11 n-k sh,«>.« li"'   "
3n |   1 l.in^ol Vlni !!.ii- I..." i'.-.'-
..', -2 .'.', M,,\, tl.75.
90        i Mint ,'l i lollara lloir. price 9
1.2.'.     now -1 (,,:• 2.',.'
si.. 1 i• i    l.-ll-:.,■:■   S 111   i 11- - K-
(.10.00. »10 50, 110.7*,, '•>-.■ "T 2".
1
i
9
9
9
9
Mi
Chas.   Ijevell
was a  i 'ranbi'o'
irsdav last.
if   r'ori
Ti y one of oar yl 7J watches.
Tliev are warranied for one vonr
Wi son ihe Jeweler.
Mis.   .1.    K
M ss Muijorie
fi ;. .i.l.-ii
Armstrong,  aud
elurned this week
*
Swa-   DON'T   MISS   THIS  SALE
lie p
2nd.
s will be in effect nn Saturday   mormnp
ton want to make your mone\ "o a long
making uctive
for    its    annual
jrnlinn.
i raiiiirooi
It] preparation:
*  Labor Davt
J     Mr, and Mrs T. T.  M.-A'iiti,-.
5 drove over from  St..,4.. Thitrs
*       No C.oods Charged at These Prices.       J day -'"""-■
J^^*^^^***^^*  **##**##*¥***:    .1    I-'    Hutcheron was dow.
     1 froni   Marvsville    Innrstluv   ot
Mr. White and son Master
Freddie are expected home on
Sunday afternoon.
Mr. White represented the
Womans Mission Circle of ihe
Cranbrook Baptist Church, as a
delegate in the Bapiisl convention nl Victoria held ,luly 1 Ith
to 14th and lin> .since been visit
inn friends in Ihe coast cities.
In the Baptist church next
Sunday evening, public worship
wi 1 bo conducted both morning
and evening by pastor 1) Me
Intyrool PineherCreek. Alberta.
The subject of bis discourse in
the morning will be "Under the
weeping willow" and In the evening ''Silent Influence lis Sub
tlety and Certainty."   <lal  R: 7.
J
I
BARG.
TUB    KOOTRNAY   CENTKAL    UA1LWAV
t 'iMl'ANV
Ttie Aniiuttl Oeuentl uifetint oi ihe Shan- j
Soldertiul ibo Kootettfti CentniliK»tl«iy Com- j
pan; «ili I-- held at tbe hnedoittce Creiibrook, I
h i . it U ii tn, M intUj September lib, iw». j
(jr tbe Klectlun of airecture and lor ihv irans.]
action ,it otber ienerel business.
Ustixl m uniiibroak, Hi tbl* isthdeyof
Jul)   1S0&
su w   \   MACDONA1.D, Seeretsrj
NOTICE.
T.\KK SOTICE that tbtrt\ -ia>i sftor dete
[ uiH'ii'i tosbplj totbuCbiel Commissioner of j
Lands and Works for nspocUl licence to cui |
andmrrj »w*j ttmbor from tbe following de
acribed UndA nwtr Herrj  •>*'.'-.   In Houiheasl
Konteimj
Commefm<tt|t lit n («>m |>'ian'.r'< i.ir.y 1'lii.iii*
Hbtb •»! the Munsn **'.st rorut-r ol Jcbn P. I
Brldgua' pre-emption, Ibenoo wutb eight)
obaioa. thenoe west Blgbty ohalns, tb«uce j
north eight; p-halm. tbence eaal eighty '-bafti-.
u> pttitii oi commencement.
Dated JuoeWth. IH05
■T. OKOHQK a   LAUIUK
*************************
J Mill   Owners!
♦ FIRE HOSE *
t       FIRE BUCKETS      1
9     Will reduce cost of your insurance,      We have 9
S9 them.     Let  us lit  \eu  out and reduce your ex- ^
penses and clanger from fire.
$
J
5
9 Cranbrook, B.C. J
S>«r******>^*.5r** «***<r*«r«#*S>#
J
I
'I
NOTICE.
I S2.500
140 ftore Farm
ill uliMer \ filling* ■' I" ,;
wiili   iiitirtHJui, atul wat
Burn fm   •} li(irs.»s nm
SpI'MMI'.;   fril'lt   L'l'ii'iVi't' :t
;iic al
r> stumped .iiul 2\ ncro?i
iiiinuall. IS I'oomoil tmusu
i.i on i iuiii intu Hi-- housi'
iv, i'lii«-k.ii IiouaO :tntl run
!•.■ tnun imi-;\  fl'tthls  >iln
CRESTON
- is ;» spltiiulUl upiiorliinil.v \\ liifh don'i ovisi lu *\t Ij
i ..   .nd si't? or w rile i<>
„ Beale & Elwell
I Baker, St.
Slid Mrs A. Mooliey
.'.I ei I lei a,- Hal. were ^ue.sl at tbl
'osii,o|io!itiin Thursday.
from Perry Creek Knotty
reports olucer mining u>
vi'i-v iiciive on the creek.
ivaleii at *?.:," is th
in H f    Trv on.-
Jeweler.
1). Mai'ilotialil. ihe Winnipea
manager ol the Confederation
j Ijife Association was in town
Saturday and Sunday last, on an
official  visit to the   Cranbrook
J. II. Tt'ltMll.'l.l.
J. l,. AaderKit), aki'iii
Cranbrook, B.C. |
■I"r-!*H^:-H»t"]-hH"i-H"!"I"H'
S'otlce ii hereby t/ivuit tb»t «i»iy iia>^»ttur
date i Intend t" apply to tbe Hon. tbttCbtef
Commltslonere ul t*ands a. Works lot pcrmu
■.inn t<> purobase ;w» acrw ut UnJ It the Knit
Kootenaj District and more pjrtln.iariy de-
sertbvd sn follows:—Commenolng n ■ poat
planti-d w marn the south weal corner ot T. W.
Blngay's coal claim *ut<i post being two miles
north uf lot tM8, trump I, and shout ball a mil'-
lack    Thompson   wns   ,lo-,v„r»"'""  v,51'  ' «„.„,,„„ ,„.,„,Kllinv„. ,h,,„r„,,,.t,ol.hoiu, u,,„,
ye apene-y.    He was   necompanied «,„,!,mciuiiuii tmnw «Hi«uiiiiLita«Mi
by W, P. McPhee, general auenl, northMcb.iu totb. pointotbMimuni
who will succeed Melville Parry | em rh« u u jnn.wtb._iw.
as general agent for the com
panv with headquarters at Nei
Wehavejust received :i  nlcu Inn -	
line of three or four piece blouse       '   »
sets in sterling silver and enam*      ,,.,,, ,  ,,     ,       ,  , notice.
,,  .',     ...   "m„,    ,. c „ '.   Matin son  ol   the   Iiu petal,
el finish.  \\ m._Tate & >o„. , ^^  ^ J(jg|  .||Mal|(,(1 ^ of I
Our ll) size thin model 15 jewel theflnest baroutfitainCranbrook
best value V   ,s ,Hll,n"me,   ":l     ,   ,:i,n'V
iVilson  the •'°Vf''' '* 'he desiftner and maker
of the bar, and the finishing of the
bar. which Is done in oil and shows
„,,,.   Nelson,   Distrie.i'';'"^1;"'"'  *%*•   was done by
itforthet'.iMi   Short*Co     rhe work reBects
much credit upon  Messrs Joyce
Central
Hotel
ROBERT JOHNSON
Proprietor
♦    Marysville, K.C.    ♦
The leadiqg Hotel o( the St Mary's Valley.
Nice airy rooms, newly furnlshHcl Table .i> good
;.•% any in Kootenay
GOOD   SAMPLE    ROOMS JS
iMigur A
nt Oraiibrook  Thursday on j
and Short A ('<».
Thomas  Mack, who has been
l.\Ki; NOTICE that I lotend to apply lo the   ,     ...   .,t.
Chief Commlwionerot Landa and Work* for a I "       *-*«*
Snuetal licence to cut and oarry iway Umber
tron tha lollowlng deacrlbed luiini in South-
■•ant Kootenay Dtatnot llritlah Colombia.
ComntenoIbKaia boat planted forty chains
Ka»( > 1 the 8outb«fat corner oi <:. HuniferforJ '
pollen's uiiii*t-r licence thmen South tlnhtj:
Dhalna. tbence Wait forty chalni: thenee
South tortj rimitif; thence Went forty chain*;
tbence North eighty i halna: tbence Bmi lorty
ohatn*}; tbence North lorty chain-., thenee Kmt \
fort) ebtlni t" place of beginning.
Dated th» ttUi day of Jane, 1006
i   aungerford Pollen.
tt Uoeator
HILL 6c CO.
,ff.|
Ladies' and Men's
Furnishers.
+     W .1   Vtchiaon drove over io,,
Si.-olo Thursday   evuniiiK.    He iD town several   days, was ar
n.   „eo,i,|,:,nie,|   bv Miss U. "W Monday   chafed   with
t Taenhauser. •;r"1 ,n« John '""-""V w'1"';
*   the   latter   w:,s   iinihT the nirect NOTICt.
i,rook Lodge   \    i-' ,V \   of an over doso of liquor    Maekl  takb Norica tb.n inund w apply u>uu
,   ,1, ,,,-   mm.l-.',.   amnthl.I I KOI   nwiiv   with   n   WBtch   and a CblolComml««lon«rol Und..nd Wtok. lor.
1    II., II     IH.lll.ll     '"""">: ||     „„.,,„.,,      ,,r    in-sls        Mi.,,l(i«l"'0'>ll.i..-I..,-1,.,IH »,„l ,-airy »..) u, II
K al    Mason c    Hull   on|smH"   amouni   oi casn     . i,k k . ,,,,„.„„„„,,   ,„..,,.  ,.„,. ,„„,„„,.
WHS   tried   before     Stipendiary  MrtKoouiH.yDI.irlo.; Brltl.o ColumbU.
Maa-istrate   ArmstronK,   found    ,-■„„,„,;„„„,„„,.,„„,„„„.•.„,„
The school   meeting for the ?u"t>'> and sent up to Nelson For Ipo, ibowoa«roboondorionoii«n.oroub
.leetion of trustees   called for six-months at hard labor i.uwo« won ei««y duiut n>mftMa
 .___ llWlltJ   cbama.    lU,-nc»-   Ka.t  ,l«Mv  eb.lD.1
Siif.ndiiy lust has b i poslpon-■ ib.o«Nortn.i«hiy obaltu to pUmotbofln-
ed until 11 o'clock today. Columbia Valley News.        „,,,„
    tiBt.,1 tiii.-.Mth day of Juoe, 1M6
I From nu WllmorOolorop. '' Hoonrlotd Pollm,
Krom the smoke il is evident
!
W   ROLLINS
Baker Street.
4
Lighted   By   Electricity
Heated By Hot Air
to ,,...
4.| M i
II,-e
ririr-'lnv evetiine hi
Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS   POR TOURISTS AND OLD TIMERS
If you want n sash or belt   pill |
we Invite  vonr Inspection,   no|
Uocator.
trouble to show Koodfi und (itinte | some hi"; bush   tires are burning
prices   Win.  K. Tate \- Son, north of hern.
THE
Great Sale
IS STILL ON AT
pnbrof % Greatest store
HILL & CO.
NOTICE.
TAKK SOTICK lhat I latood to apply,!, thr
  It is   safe   lo bnl that dirt will I CWefCom-olulooer of Und .0,1 Worm lor.
........... 1 special Licence to cot and carry .way ttnbsr
A. Ilevltn   Ol ..araner   LaailO, j ^e tlylriK on tho   Kootenay   Cen-| Iron the lollowln« doaeribod landi InSolith.
J
Oil
Crnnbroori Wednesdtty,
' tral    construci ion    bofitri
\!r. Devlinls Interested in mm-.
Ing properties on Sullivan Hill, «onth wanos-
and in coal properties in tho Flat-     It is expected Hint  ihe reprehend, sentativo-. of several mining cap*
UaMst will arrive   here in the
w. s. Broderlck, District Bu- of n fpw wpfeUs .   HXam.
perlntenden!   "f   th.-  Scraoton'
Cormspondence School, and D.
this   east K(>",'-,'"t* Wtitriet, HritUh Columhln.
Commi-niin.' at a post plantod forty cbalni
.south of tbi iSouthwtwteoraor ofC Bongerford
Pollen's Tlmbor Licence tbeooe Sorib ettnty
^balw: tbence Wo»t eighty chains; tbence
Soutft eighty chains; thence Bait eighty chelns
10 place oi beginning.
Dated tnli "!«th. day of Jnoe, 1905
2> Wm H Harney,   Locator.
M. McTavish local agent have »
fine display of tbe work rlone by
students, in the window nf Reid
& Co.
READ.
THE PROSPECTOR
ine certain   promising
claims.
Bral
Mctihitnlca. lain,.ra, Spon.ra.o !
TO lir.l nod ...tien ibe ,Uln ami mno't
,h,UM| oil and ru.l .tatna. palnl end*.rlb
|««.,ttMTb. -aimer MKkaaic." Tat Soap
! Alewt TMltl »o»o Co., Kin.
Ii will not be snnirlsinif if tbe, „ „, „ ,,_N,0T,ICE'
.   .     ..' .  , |   TAKBNOWOBtb.tllntendlo.pplylotb.
population or the upper  I olum-  Chitlcommlnlonw otundiand Work.lor.
bia Valley is Increased 100 perUi»»i»i"«»«•'•'«" wdoarty .wtyttniwi
, ,\     . . . , r,      from tb« io1|o*1iik dwertbed l.nd.ln Soulb,
cent Within the next BOdays -the i M.i Koownay uiairkt. Brltl.b Columblc
[K.C.R,  will doit, Commenclnv at > pou planted lorty cbaln.
i   n   vi»,-m  .      i ""*' °' lb°   sotitbcait corner ot Wm. n.,
A. It. MCljIuuegllUn, -managerIHaney. timber Hcpum ii„.„™, weit eljbt'yl
iof the  ttnperal liank at (loliieil   't"ti'"' vhl,n" St",th "'"ht>' »o.Imi tbenceI
.    .      ., _'   Kal.i-tKlilrcbalnB.lli.ii. c Nortb .Igbty cbain.1
accompanied    Manager   R.    R. U,puoaolbedanlni
Bruce   to    the   I'aradise    mine!       nawdtbi.aib.dagrofjnna,i»i.
Tuesday morniug |  . """""I^
KOOL
fa Hats
FOR
Hot  Weather
See Our Wonder
GENTS   TIES
"2" Two for 25 Cents
Reid & Co.

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