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Array Vol. 14.
CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, W08.
No.  'J.
B!IJ COAL COMPANY
D.   I).   Corbin  to  Operate    Coul
Measures in Event of Rail
way Bill Carrying,
It' nil goes Well wilh lhe uppli
ration uf ihe company known us
the E istnrn l>. (' railway com
pany lor permission tu build n
railway tho tii-sl ion miles ol
which will inn from Iho Crew's
Nest Pass lu ihe Loop, llriiisli
Columbia will Within li few
months  have uiiiitiiei-   big pro
ducing eual   pany.     An  in
liination thai the compuny will
apply fui- Incorporation al Hie
next session uf parliament has
appeared fur the last few weeks
in the British Culunihiii Gazette.
It now transpires that back of
the company is I). C. Corbin. the
well known capitalist and railway man of Spokane.
Mr. Corbin has in eastern
Kooteuay some seventeen coal
measures. .1. A Harvey, legal
adviser to Mr. Corbin. has been
in the eiiy closing up the details
which transform the leases into
patented elniins. In all Mr. Corbin will have over 10,000 acres of
coal lands in this district und
hence the importance of the construction uf the railway mentioned as ii will lap ihe country
where the above coul measures
lie.
The hill came up at Ihe last
session on the provincial legislature hut was killed in committee.
Mexico to Weloome Shriners.
City of Mexico, .Inn. 10.—
Shriuers of the Mexican capital
are preparing u rousing reception
for the dignitaries of Mystic
Shrine wlao will, arrive on special
trains from various cities of the
United Status tomorrow and
Sunday, The special train frum
Los Amroles, carrying the California Shriners, is due tomorrow
aftei'iiuuii. The imperial special
from Si. .luseph, Mo., the train
carrying the supreme officers uf
the .Mystic Shrine, the Houston
special and Shi-iners from many
other cities will arrive Sunday
morning. I'he euiii-lave will be
one ol the greatest of iis kind
ever held in Mexico and is
attracting much interest. The
Shriners will remain here until
January in, when they will leave
for Guadalajara.
Govcr.iment Telephones.
The government of lhe province of Manitoba, Canada, will
on Wednesday assume cuntrul of
the telephone lines of the province, which were purchased
from llie l-ell company at a cost
of iJII.IIOO.OOO The system will
be operated by a government
commission.
Historical Tablet.
Quebec. .Ian. !S- An historical
tablet, presented to Sir Wilfrid
Laurier by senators and members
of .ihe house ni commons, has
jusl boon llu'islied by Arthur
Talbot ul' Ihis city.
Daughter tn Manchester.
Dublin.   Jan    '.I.    A   daughier
was born in thu Dutches ol Man
ehester, who was Formerly Miss
Zimmerman of Cincinnati, un
Sunduy al Kvlomnre ensile.
icse  lots sluill  belong  to   the
liunil Trunk   Partite   Railway
Compnuv !   Why should KVRRY
MK.MhKU    fttiOsW     HlilTlSH
COLUMBIA IN PARLIAMENT
US   far   us   heui'll   11-hii.     he    uu
ihe side ui th,- i.i-iiiiil Trunk
Pacific Railway and iitriiinsl tl"'
penple ul Itriiisii Columbia?
Will the Nelsuli Unit, News and
ilie Cranbriii l< Herald answer
fnr VV. A (.alllhnr, VI P., ror
Kootonuy?    Will the  Kamloops
Sentinel   and     the    (il UWood
I'lines aiiM'.ii lur Duncan Ross,
M.I-., fur Yule-Cnribun? Will
lhe New Westminster News
answer for .i R, Kennedy, M P.,
fur Wi'sliiiii-. er- Will the Van
com er VVui In answer lur R. ti,.
Maephi'i"ij. M P.. fur Vancouver'; Will lli.i Nanitnu Herald
answer loi Ralph Smith, M. P .
I'or Nannim■ ■
NOT BO  1 0WINS
Oan  Mann Denits Rumor of Big
Loan.
Toronto, .luu S, — li. I). Mann,
vice president nf the Canadian
Northern railway. denies a
Winnipeg story thai President
Mackenzie had secured i?ll),00(i.-
uou in England fur Canadian
Northern railway improvements
in Western Canada. Mr. Mann
says ibe despatch is incorrect.
"We never Hied lu gel British
money turn Hudson's Hay mad
or a road in Athiibiiscii Landing,
We are not living tn liuiince
them." lh' would say nothing,
however, nf MncKon-no's mission
to Kngland
Rossland Carnival.
Kossland's eleventh winter
carnival will be a bumper. Merchants, in some instances, are
doubling their subscriptions, and
already a generous sum has
been pledged.
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Every dollar that British Columbia realizes from the sale of
its share of lots tn the townsite
of Prince Rupert, will go into the
provincial treasury, and every
dollar that goes into tho provincial treasury belongs to thu
people of the province, and each
person iu the province Is.supposed
to get an equal share of benefit
from expenditure of the money.
If this be a fair statement, then
why should the people ni Vancouver and the people of Yale-
Cariboo be found in the house of
Commons at Ottawa in the per-
sons uf iheir representatives in
parliament, contending lhat British Columbia shall have no share
of the lots in the townsite of
Prince Rupert lhat are on land
that was formerly part of an
Indian Reserve?    That   all  of
COMMUNICATED.
To Tlu' Citizens ni Cranbrook.
Notwithstanding my refusal tn
many personal requests 1 have, with
in tin- past week, received a strong
petition signed hy almost nil the
business men nnd ninny other citizens
requesting mr in reconsider tin' mnt
ter nnd consent to my mime being
placed in nomination for the Mayoralty,
Under siu-h circatnstnnces I hnve
been led to believe thnt, perhaps
daring every mans life, n certain
amount of time must In' sacrificed
in the publics interest. I have
therefore decided to allow my inline
to be placed in nomination. If
elected my policy will be ns follows:
The Aldermen elect shall assume
an equal portion of responsibility of
the administration, the different
committees sluill lie responsible for
the faithful performance of their several duties.
The Chief of Polico nnd lire depart-
ments shall In- responsablo for the
satisfactory discharge of their duties
nnd for the ofllctency of their departments. I believe tlmt in tlie interest of public good, slot machines
and gambling should not be tolerated, bat otherwise the City having
been conducted in a satisfactory
manner during tlie past year I propose to make no change. I will not
to too great an extent neglect my
own business.
1 will not nccopl ollice as n sap-
porter of nny clique, party or lac
tion bat ns u plain business mun
having in view ut all times, ttie best
interests for tlir advancement of
Cranbrook. 1 will have no committee rooms nor will 1 ask any person
for her or liis vole.
As i nm conlldcnt the Citizens are
sincere in asking me to muke Bach n
sacrifice thoy will he willing lo sup
port good men for Akicrinon who, If
elected, will be willing to support mo
in currying out the policy ns above
outlined.
.1.  P. Pink.
Dated ut    Crunbrook    January   nth
tuns.
THE LATE ,\ll!S. CONNOLLY,
A large number of tbo residents of
this city were dooply ^rtevod ou
Wetliiesiliiy morning Inst when Ihey
learned thai    Mrs.    I", I",   Connolly
bud     passed     uwuy.        Till'    ilrl-i'lisl'll
lady wj.s takon wiih i stroke of
iiuriilysis on   Sunday   morning lust,
jusl us she wus uboul to go lo
rhiirrh, unil irom Unit tlmo never re
gainod consciousness. Dining tho
three yenrs Mis. Connolly spent lu
; this city slie hus muilr ninny friends
liy Iin- gonililio sympathy witii till
good work, in Hu- Church uml tbo
W. i'. T, v.. mul in inieiy other ways
she tins I'liileiiri'il horsoll lo the pen
pie of Cranbrook, so that her loss
will not only be keenly felt by her
sorrowing futility, hat by n wide code of friends belli hero uiul iu the
east. Her hllsliuuil, I lie I try, Dnnlol
Connolly wus ii minister of tlie Metb
odist Church for n numbor ol yenrs
in the nnsterii conferences, und is
buried nt Kingston, to which place
the body will lie taken for Interment
today, A luneriil service will In-
lield in lhe Methodist Church this
afternoon ut 2 p.m. The doijonsod
lady wus born in !,' Orlgnnl, Onta
rin, sixty-sight years ago, nnd loaves
seven children to mourn ber loss,
throe of whom are living in Oran
brook. Miss Ethel, E. Wnrthlngton
uml liohnri  ig, Connolly,
TllK GYMNASIUM,
Things ure nil  rosy   witli tin- ilym
BoyS. iill'      llllll      |,nmi.,.;     mi'     WI'll
worth isoolng, holng now in full
swing.       New    mngiizliiCH   ure being
added to llu-   rending   ro.    when'
the Prospector has a plnee of npprc
elation. Punching bag, uud climbing rope apparatus nro being instull-
od hy the oncrgotlc Rocrotnry, W,
Hopkins, All who arc not members
should join at nn,-,,. Season tickets for tlie llusliet, liiill gumes cull be
liiirehnsi'd for one dollar.
PEOPLE YOU MAY KNOW.
sitors     Hero     unil    There.-People
Who   Come to   Cranbrook unil
Those   Who Go Away.
W. p, Gurd was nl Nolson Thursday  on  1,'iiiii   business.
.1. A. Harvoy returnod Thursday
from n business trip to the coast.
It. II. McCoy n Bonnors Perry timber   iiiiiii   wns  in  the  city  Tiii'sduy.
Government Agent .1. V. Ann-
strong was at Pernie tliis week ou
ollieinl business.
Mr. jiml Mis P. P. hiiminan of
Calgary were Craubrook visitors
Tuesduy.
Mr. unit Mrs N, K. Ilroley ol Pernio were Cranhrook visitors Wednesday,
A. ll. Ft'iiwiiit of Port Steole wns
transacting business ut Cranhrook
Tuesday.
Many a business mini bus found
that ttie most expensive form of retrenchment is the discontlnaanco of
liis  "All."
Tlie nuiii who buys u dog-licence
nil  bus  no dog  in    order    to    vote,
may lie suid to possess   considerable
LIE-SENSE.
IS. V. linngeiiield of Cnlgnry, M.I).
Couch of Pincher Creek, it. L. Scott
of Vancouvor and W. ,1. Allen of
Marysville were registered nt the
Cranbrook  Wednesduy.
Selkirk Preceptory unit Priory held
its regular monthly assembly on
Monday evening in the Musonic Temple.     There were a   goodly    numbor
f Sir Knights iu attendance.
iiie rati- payers of Crunbrook
hnve to pay tlie financial piper, and
lloiiltl he pormtttcd to select the
tune, and they will. This stiitement
will  hi- confirmed on  January  Kith.
.Advertiser, with small capital desires responsible position in real estate ollice. witli a   view to   purtaer-
hip later on. Four years experience assisting manager of huge mercantile linn abroad, familiar with
life, lire und accideat insurance.
Slight experience timber cruising.
preference,    billet    combining    otlice
md hold work. Reference exchanged
\ddress H. C. G.     Prospector ollice.
At the time of uu election it is it
good principle to work upon, viz:—■
vote for tlie hest. men. Tickets,
platforms, schemes, pnrt.yism, religious opinions, or tlie fact of being a
jolly good fellow should in no way
bins tbe vote of n thinking man.
The men who should rule, whether
in Dominion or Provincial purlin
ments, or in municipal councils
should be men with whom tbe welfare of the citizens nnd their children may safely he entrusted. Any
man wbo does bis best to muke it.
hard   to do  wrong, and  easier to do
ght, who goes to the council chamber because be wants to help his
fellows rather than best them, deserves tbe vote und coiilldence of the
electors. And there are many of
such  men   in  Cranlirook.
Preparations are heing nmdt
fur a Fancy Dress Carnival at
I he Columbia Slutting Rink The
event will lake place Mondaj
.liiiiuar.v 20th.
ml und Digest iiie Herald Sayings
I. II. McBrldo is one of the best
business men in Must Kootenuy, but
lie cuiinot be eleoted for Muyor simply for the flirt Unit he is being
backed by nn element thut the people of tliis town will not stand for.
So suys the Cranbrook Herald. We
wonder if tlie Herald considers the
hundred or more citizens tlmt signed
Mr, Mi'llriiles petition us u very ll 11-
dostl'nblo element. Well we shall see
whal  we shall see oa the llitli.
Tho peoplo of Crunbrook would
like to inform the editor of the Herald tlml "thoro is m, McBrldo ticket
in tlir Hold.' II is n citizens ticket
hi'iidcd with lhe inline of .1. II. McBrldo (or Mayor of Cranbrook,
iiie llerubl is now busily engaged
in shooting off "hot air" re munlelpnl mutters. Why not take a Im
inon,
Why don't Ihe Hernld get out uml
explain to the citizens what a closed
town is? Nobody is talking about
a closed town but the llh! Mun.
.1 ll. Mi-llriile hy his ucl lous before mid ufter receiving tlie nomination of tlie citizens of Cninbrook,
bus shown thut he is not seeking the
olllco of  Muyor,   Iml   to tt untruly
llu-  olllco  is seeking  Ilim.
Spouklng for Mr. McBrldo, for
Mayor, we wnnl the Hornld to show
ihe citizens of Cranbrook n mon*
successful business mun, u mini with
more integrity or ability to conduct
the business affairs ol this city than
tlie man who tins boon selectod liy
over one hundred citizens, mi undo
■lirubli' clement according lo tin- old
Two men on ihe business mem-
lieliel  will he sill lightered      Win
are   they?      The   "push"   will
|illlllh    fnr    fiilll-    ulilll llleil.     llll
other two are tn he given tin
double cross Willed lhe hilllol-
wben counted  and see if ibis is
not I i'lie.
Tlie Herald in giving reasons
why llie "Wet Ticket" should be
elected, is just us consistent as is
tlie Independent Herald in pro-
vincial or Dominion F.loclions,
ll is said Uiul lhe iiiiiun rises
and sets in the Sonoma valley,
California, seven times in ono
night. That's nothing, the
editor  uf   the   Herald    will   see
seven moons set on January Hlth
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS
Vote     It     Straight—-The     Citizens
Ticket—-Good Men and True
IN 1T1II.ISH1NC THR NAMES OP THE ill'Nii.l-.MKS WHO
HAVE BEEN NOMINATED EOR CIVIC HONORS, THK PROSPBCTOH
Willi.V, SDPPORTtNCl THE CITIZENS TICKET VERY EARNESTLY
REQUESTS THE ELECTORS Tn CONSIDER THE MERITS UP THE
I1ENT1.EMEN, WHOSE NAMES APPEAR UN BOTH TICKETS PROM
\ PAIR AND IMPARTIAL STAND POINT, MAKES Nu ATTACK OK
V PERSONAL NATURE ON ANY OP THK GENTLEMEN WHO AUK
RUNNING UN THE OPPOSITION TICKET. BUT WK WISH ii i IM
PRESS A SINGLE PACT ON THE MINDS OP THE ELECTORS. ANII
THK CITIZENS IN PARTICULAR, IS "DO YOU EXPECT Tu LIVE
IN CRANBROOK THIS YEAR AND NEXT, OR IN THE FUTURE, IP
Sll. IIII YOU WANT A CLEAN CITY, AND A RESPECTABLE CITY
WHICH WILL UPPER TO PROSPECTIVE CITIZENS THK ASSUIS-
ANCK THAT THK AFFAIRS IIP THIS CITY AUK PROPERLY
ADMINISTERED,     AND   ITS   LAWS   OBEYED. THEN     VOTE    THE
'CITIZENS TICKET," FOR THE GENTLEMEN WHO ARE NAMED
UN THAT TICKET, WHO ARE PAIR MINDED. AND Willi WILL Dli
WHAT IS RIGHT AND PAIR, GIVING JUSTICE Tn ALL WHO OBEY
THK   LAW    MUNICIPAL OR  PROVINCIAL.
THE CITIZENS    TICKET. OPPOSITION    TICKET
.1.   1).   Mi-IIUIDE   POP   MAYOR    I.      P.     FINK.
If.   HICKENBOTHAM    POR  ALDERMAN    JAMKS  RYAN
ANDREW  MrCOWAN   IllSKPH     JACKSON.
JOHN J. KENNEDY  V.  HYDE BAKER,
T.   S.  GILL     GEO.   JOHNSON.
Wm.  J. FLOWERS  lie   VERB    HUNT.
 JAMES   HENDERSON.
royal circles. iin- Imperial physicians have been in almost constant
attondnnco    upon    iln'   Czarina    for
several  weeks.
BURTON   CROOKER
Mr .1. Webster Barton was mar
lied to Miss Bertha Crooker lasl
Monday evening at the Methodist
Parsonage by tin- Rev Robert
I Inches Tlie happy pair have been
Uu- recipients of many useful mils,
.nni tin- hearty good wishes of their
wiili- circle of frlonds for tholi in
tni-,- welfare.
COME!
1MB!!    COME!
Malaga Grapes at  Stewart's.
R I1' Stevenson nf Kernie
were in tlie eiiy Thursday.
,1. ('. Diewi'v nt Moyio was iu
inw ii Thursday.
T, Martin, C. I'. li Civil
IJhigineer was iu the cily Thurs
lay nn company husiness.
K. A. Kimptou of Windermere
unlit.   K    Knight   uf  Medicine1
Hat were ."iiesis at the Cosmopolitan Thursday.
Al Vlulz. president of lhe
Kernie Kurt Steele Brewing Co.,
of Kernie was in the cit,v Thurs-
day.
K. II Foster of Winnipeg, i>.
H, Smith of Nolson und C. B.
Miles of Fernie were <ruesis nt
tho Cninbrook Thursday.
Home mado candy at the Palm.
bo favored by president Johnson uml
a majority (if tbe club owners ami
will probably lio passed. Tbe action
im>w out of the tine of $300 Imposed j
by Johnson, ami sustained by tlu?
directors, on the Cleveland club for
Using dilatory tactics in a game at
Detroit on September 13. Later
the- club owners voted to revoke tho
tine, but uot until tt considerable
sentiment bad been aroused in favor
of u stringent ruling that win serve
to prevent dilatory tactics uiul intentional do!»ys.
MUNICIPAL    MATTERS.
Chronotype Testimony.
Tho Nooho Chronotype de-
cWiros thnt nn the Sunday upon
which lho deplorable murder
tool* place in thai town the bars
iu the adjoining Canadian village
of Gretna were busily engaged
dishing out whisky, "Prom tlio
•'testimony," says tiie Chrono-
•'typo, "il appears that, ou that
"particular Sunday when this
"most grievous of all crimes was
"committed,, lhe saloons of lhat
"village did a rushing business
"lifpiors hoitii! dispcucod freely,
"io iho youth <>f tender yoars
Formed    a    ('itizens     Ticket.   Good
Men Required Kor Civic Honors.
During tbe past week a movement
lias been  mado in municipal  politics
Which lias resulted in the formation
of what i.s to be called a Citizens
Ticket. It was decided to endorse
tbe candidature of .1. D, McBrldo for
the mayoralty; and A. McCowan,
H. Hickenbotham; W. .1. Flowers;
T. S, GUI; and .1. .1   Kennedy.
Wc have no hesitation in sayini:
that if this ticket is elected Crunbrook will have iu charge of Its civic affairs a hotly of meu hi whom
the people at large will have every
confidence. It is a representative
ticket, and is absolutely free from
partisanship or bias, and is worthy
of being elected on its merits.
NEWS  ITH3MS OF    INTKRKST.
Columbian, New Westminster: Premier McBride extends to sir Wilfrid
Laurier a cordial welcome to British
Columbia, and promises to assist in
securing audiences to whom Sir Wilfrid may repeat the words reported
in tbe government organ at Ottawa,
that "I do not care for tbe scnti
ment of llritish Columbia," and that
"1 would make the same declaration
in tlmt province ii 1 were privileged
to speak there," Hy all means let
Sir Wilfrid come. The experience
would  be an eye opener  to him.
Ledge,   Greenwood:    That    polite
Frenchman Leinieiix does not  appear
"•  "■■     .   *   -    , | to   have   accomplished    anything in
as woll as to those who ll*^a Japan. His trip was evidently a
"reached or passed manhood S blufl on the part of the Rovornment,
■•innno   tho solo stipulation   lie-'and a sop thrown   to those in It. C |,'
■'        .i i ;i:o. ,.l' ilu> ti'ilfriii   in   Who   hate   to   see   this   glorious   conn
.■fngthcubili j  'l the patton to       h      mi.-.i with   Asiuiic cheap
"puylherogiilai price.   Prom
"the ovidunco il is further mude
"in niinoar that  the  M-year-old I   Udgo,   Croonwood:   Aithou-ch  thu
iiwderer iti company with hls|'08t'v0 »''"»"" ls wndn." memory wo |    i;   li   Real I
A mosl Important meeting of the
rongregntl i   Christ    Church will
Im-   llUllt   ill     III.-     I  luu ri      M Ij. y
evening next. nl 8 i> in
I.IT    MiNK   HH     AllSKVr
Men jiml Women,    I'm	
r   flcwclltiiK, it.Ti.ii
0ETS LIFE SENTENCE
Young   O'Brien    Escapes   Death
Penalty for His Crime.
Winnipeg:, Jan, s James I.
O'Hrien n Ind of only III, was to
dny sentenced al Pembina, N l> .
in life impi'isoninenl for the murder of lii>. ehnm, Arthur Loclnlre
n young railwaybrukeman on the
night nf Dec 2:!. Tlie murder
wns attributed to the laxity of
lhe liquor law ni Grotini Mini,
when the two boy.- had procured
liquor on tho Sunday afternoon
previous In the night of the inur
del' (('lirien secured n hatchet
nnd struck Lecluiro several times
mi lhe hack nl llie head nnd
afterwards dragged the body to
the river and pushed ii under the
ire. The father of O'Brieu is
customs collector at N'ocho X. It
mi the boundary line between
Canada and United States. The
judge who passed sentence and
ihe prisoners father hnve beeu
personal friends for 110 years and
the judge had known the prisoner
sine" lie wii.- u boy. Tlie scene
in i rl wns mosl effecting,
A Valuable Invention.
I'niiadinn nml United Stntes
patents hnve been gi'anlod to A
■ Watts of Wattsburg, for un
electrical lire alarm nnd heal in
iliculor, the device is extremely
simple and enn be manufactured
:iml installed for a small sum,
Tlie motive bine ihni works the
instrument is Ihe simple expansion nl' metals, which hy making
nn electrical cm nil complete,will
Indicate the heat wherever
generated nl any given pninl
ilml mny lie desired.
The instrument can bend justed
in raise an alarm nl any lompor-
nture even tn a variation nl' loss
'lum I nl n degree, nml can be
attached tn lhe ordinary elec-
ii'ical bell wins in hotels or
other buildings, the instrument
which is very smnll can lie placed
nenr the ceiling nml connected
with the bell wires, nnd upon an
Incipient tire raising 'lie temperature nl 'he room, an alarm will
lie given nl nny desired point,
lhn-. tlii.- simple device may be
lhe means nf saving life nml property by giving a prompt alarm,
before a lire hn- made much
headway, nr gol beyond control.
11 will iilsn be valuable as nn
indicator und uuto-mitic regulator
of heat in dry kilns, breweries.
green houses, etc.. or for any
other purposes where regular
lemporature is required, ii enn
applied to indicate bent in u re
nni nr smeller and will ho useful in cases where n temperature
nn -i not exceed a given heigh i
.1- In thn distillation of volatile
utters of many kind-.
Windermere District
if Crnnbrooli
EAST KOOTENAY DISTRICT
Potential Riches of this  Section
of British Columbia   by Ex
Governor MscKin'osh
Int'luilint! Inn Sleele, Winder-
mere aud (toldeu di\ isions i lul
pul SJ. 171.024.
Tlie deposits worked to any
extent nre conHned to the Port
Steele division Thev nreehiefly
eoal and galena.
Th.- coal beds al Crow's N'esl
Pass aggregate two hundred feel
in thickness, ami extend over au
area estimated m i»„ hundred
nml thirty ->i inrn mile- Like
l he Vancouver Island measures,
they aro cretaceous in ul'c nml
bituminous in quality.
The Crow's Nesl I'a— Coul
Company operates c'oliienes at
''nai Creek Michel nnd Morrissey
ni the last-mentioned for only
pan nl the year. The coal
mined amounted in 72(1,440 inn.-,
of which aboul hall' was snld as
coal nnd hull made into coke at
llie I'Vrnie men-.
The Si Kugene mine nl Moyie
i- lhe largest silver lend mine in
. anada, and lhe second largest
nn the .American continent. During lhe pnst yeni' Iii'],.*'"!" Inn- nf
ore were milieu, nnd tliree
hundred twenty live men em
plnyed 'I'he nre Inidv is very
extensive. It outcrops mi the
mountain top. ami again is lapped
by a shull sunk ut the edge of
Moyie Lake Eight miles of
underground work hnve been
dime.
In 11)02 lhi- mine wns -hul
down, except for a little develop-
menl work thul was curried ou.
The concent nil iio.' plant lay
rusting, Hut the bounty on lead
accorded by iln- Dominion
stimulated the St. Kugene into
activity.     Ii- concentrates   are
-hipped    In   llie    Tl'llil     Mueller,
which belongs to the -nine com
pany    ihe Consolidated   Mining
,y smelt iug i 'ompany of Canada,
Ttie Siillivnn uiine. situated
iwo and one half mile- mu ih ni
Kimberley, shipped 2-1,Hen tun-
nl galena In lhe Mnrysville
smeller, which Im- a daily
capacity of nm- hundred uml
twenty-live ton.-. Forty-one
men were employed. Profits
iiui'iiuted lo ubout #1011.000,
Tlie North Sim- mine ,vas
worked in ihe comparatively
limited extent of j,-l'| ions,
Twelve men employed
In addition to coul and galena
are lhe copper deposits nl Si.
Mary's dislriel. iron ut Hull
River nml petroleum in tiie Flut-
ncud.
In ihe Flathead, fifteen see
pages are known to uxist, nnd
oil indications ure  visible along
llle creel;.-.     Tile oil IS of u   high
grade, nml free from sulphur.
Roads nre being built, und drilling machinery and a portable
sawmill ure being sel up. In
boring, care must be tuken lo
avoid llie overthrusi of Cambrian
m- cretaceous stratum, which
forms a thickness nf six thousand feet.
Franco Canadian Exhibition.
Ottawa, Jan. 1" The Canadian liovernmeni has iu course
of erection ll large special building for ihe accommodation of
(.'anadian exhibits ai ihe Franco-
British exhibition which opens
iu London on May I next. 'I'he
governmenl pun ot the display
will consist of exhibits of llie
natural resource- nf Canada such
a- agricultural products,
minerals, forestry, tish and game.
horticultural, dairying ami food
bnv'viciiin,'on 'Two" different I"!'1' ■*'"   "'J,1'"8 to take   plum pud ' ^.-lulled ihroc-l,,i   machines  Inl products,   There wilTbo accom
""'    * "      , , .  ,..,iniKH   ii rxrliiinci-    fur sll buci'lpUotis ,   ,     ,        .      ,   .,.., ,   ....    '      .   .. . .     ,,      ..     .
^^^   'lhe hotels al Athalmer and   nil-   lation reserved for llie display
leer a -hint I line ugc
. ,,„„,^   ei   ..........B,-     ....    niumii'lpt
iccasions on Uiul  dny,   visiino i.n,p w,„„| ,„„„ |„ ,„„ barrsit, hid the
"one of these bars and were   nil-  cluip with tl"' i inn    koop mi   III"
"hesitatingly supplied   with  all|Journey,
"ihe Intoxicants for whicli they
"were pleased to call."   There
is n I lor a searching enquiry
into tlie truth of these   stale
moots,
They ar
UI-FISKII   AM' TRAIL,
METHODIST CHUUCH
Sunday,  Jnnunry,   12th,
Iimii
Sermon at 11 nnil 7 80
Sunilny  School nml    l.nil
IIIiikk  at   1,
Men's Own   will it i   In tlio'Clym'
nt. il 30
Subject    Im    lln-    evening    Horvlco
"'Phi'  I'roiln.nl    Son"  heing  Ilir nee
Ullll    el    II       HOt'lOH    llf       lI'Ml'I'NHI'H      llllllll
thVtaSSS°«r»    ' 'eh I I   «ml ,i leu,
culled  counterfoil   | -    wer
very cluinsil v executed nnd u er
nil Ihu aorvlcon. 'I'lu- I'nutbr will In-
vcrv I'.liul In have n unit frmu now
jhtivjiIjj in Cranhrook, unil nil itltonil
inr ll"' Church will In    mmlo to reel
Ul    llllllll'
uu-   sill
Ollicer  I""
'I'lir cnlnrgct its In Ihu lonil plant.
.,, -r,.,,!! hnve new ronchoil u pulnt
which will muke it iinncccnmiry lor
Hi,. Consolliliiteil company t" muke
uny further shipments uf SI. Kiigeiio
lonil   concentrntcB lo    Uuropo.       n
iiiinn'  these  run Unites  will   llll   lu'
smolloil mul rollnoil locnlly,     During
ihr pnsl sovend yoars i truc-is fur
iiiiuiv  II '"nils    uf  Inns uf    I M        	
tnitos hnve  i ule   with   IS  |u,„.,„,,   ,,..,,,., ,   ,,v   ,•■/,,,ivi    -ml    olTi'lice,   and   lhe    slol
can linns for sh lent    to   Antwerp SM'OUK   KM'I'.i I IJI)  IW   (V.AUINA     "',,,,,,, ,, ,. ,,   „,,,
,unl    HumluirK,   where    thu   i n   .     .      ..
irotes luivu nlwnys   I I   a   ready     hi       Petersburg,    Jim      "    li   is  prove llie case, oi kiss I u,
innrkol uir petition with llu- Ans |statod un g I   niilhorlly    tlml   tlm | or Hike nil   ils   Iml   wlien   order
il Canadian iniiinifacluri
ANOTHER   MAKKSHIH
Closes One Door
(Ittawu, .Ian. -.    Tlie  Interior
lepnilmeiil i-drnwing up roglllll
for even a -im  'Ilillc     The -n ';''""- "'I'11''1 *'!'. ''"Muire thai   all
emigrants socldng admission to
evidently a hard  proposition  tn
I heal unii when one iif   Ihem    Was
(opened theolherday it was found
iimi it hud absorbed six spurious
"lend" quarters    Tin- muchine
failed In digesl   tl    and   Ihey
had In he iluu mil  with   a   klllfn
I'he diet  WHS evitlelllly Inn heavy
local arlisl Tl
milled i" ihe I
he
(lanndii uiii-i come in tin- conn
Iry direct from llleil' place of
birth or their counirv ol ciii/.eu
-hip     Tin- will  upply   both   lo
nolliiu" could liV'I Atlantic nnd I'ucilleiind will pul
nu end in the einigrullniinf.lapa-
nose Irmn Honolulu lo llriiisli
Columbia
d ," mi iiu- ground thai   there
wns un prov isli  the   Inw   for
inilliiii lonil concentrates,
NKVV   IIASI'IIAI.I,   MUM.
Cllinm",   Jan.     H.    A   new   rule     to
abolish ilclays in baseball giunOB will
l„, iu jdit   before tin.'   magnates nf
llu- American ionguo   ut. their   meeting tomorrow.     Thu rule Ih sulil to
slnrli Is oxpoctetl ie   nrrlvo s i at] wus culled in  court     Could   not
tin- luipurjul   piiliu-i'     'I'lu'   ISmpress  ,,,,,,.i.,,,,i   .,,  ii,,.   In
Alexandre has  ., greatly woull I  "Vl'" lnJ ;l '  "iiphiinl. -"   "'"   '"
by un   attack ol in   nr i  anil the diirnilv on the machine goes un
result nf u sovorc rcglmon tn reduce punished The counterfeiter,
her weight, unil fours ure onterttdncil whoever lie muv he. is warned tn
thut   she   will   hu   iiiiidili'   ie   puss ,  „r himjn'ess  and  close up
through t.l r d snfuly      lln   ill   f ""     " "'     ,.,,,,„„-,.,,. '
noun him   aroused k t   concern   In lhis mint, ul  '•    (.olden Stat.
Uitomployed in Toronto,
Toronto, .Inn - I'p In dule
Iiiiiii men hnv e registered us unemployed at   the  labor bureau.
i H tlii- i her  work   hu- I u
secured lor only IHO, Nino
hundred nl ihe applicants are
English, TUK PROSPECTOR, CHANBROOK, B.C., -IAN. ll, IDO
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ign   that   you can
variety "t new patterns in choi
sigus mil ut hers rat her more it
thing pronounced.
A   Sinn    of   What
Vou    Want
Probably you
an' needing
Wall Paper
for -nine room m your
house. If so you want tn
-boose the pattern your-
-' If. and you want the
i.i'»i sl and most fashion
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A. B. Grace-,
PUBLISH!"!'   AND   BDITOU.
aATUltDAV. J AX. 11. 1MIS.
HORT
First Class Paper Hangers
pared to
First Class Painters
iur worli quick
*:a;*.9 * 9 9o fto 9 a . ft a ft
Wood   In   Any   Quantity
PERFECTLY   DRY
E. A. Liezert
Leave  Orders at Cranbrook   Trad"
ing   Co.   or   mail    them    Cranbrook
<.      THK    Municipal    Elections,     11  l«
only u    few  ilaya   before the munici
♦ pal' elections will he held in Cran
tt}    brook.
tint nl  municipal  government  is im
* p..i uui ait.l should be studied more
<■> closely In * lew ol the [act that it
. effects in every way oui business and
T- home iiii-. and uur welfare us citi
$ sens, in other words the community
v. ns a  whole  -vim li  Is  striving  toiler
elop Cranbrook
Already    there       ii   i;reat    deal of
talk  nbitul    tlu-    ~tiliji'ti   and   icveral
(if inir in.>st   prominent   citizens have
0     : rectly    or  indireelIv    allowed  their
^   ■ ..'■.■- ti ■ be ment loned us candidates
■■-''      ■ mdidates    for    civic
9
A      l-'r-'in  w lui   wt> can  leai n there w ill
■' in- ut        tlii    • ■■    in    securing    whal
♦  ■>  9. *>  ♦ i      truls      represei I
council since a numhei .'i bustneisn
men, .in.i intelligent citizens «ill
me forward and aid in carrying
n the business of the cits
*■-■ :.-. ■
should   lias
■ ■ :
q .
*
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■il should bt
and not give
quest  thnt  is
confidence Iii
" know that
unted  it   was
cannot   trust
then dou't  el
at
t  them!
he new council, will
plj   itsell    ■■•■'.■..   Ij    .iii.l   with
-     - tj    *    the    pi oblem of
: iti:■.-     :h ic    tii an ■ * .t sound
■-:-: -      v il by-laws, and pro
ma    strietl)      nfi reed;   .un:
■■.—■* inicipal im
ts sl arried out
isiuess lines      Every mac
■■ ted t    • ■ incjl   must be pre
(■•ntiiin and comment, ami reports of
such instances nre frequent. The
Injustice to the child is too appar
eut tn discuss; and the detriment I"
the school in receiving late entries,
ami  occasional  absentees,  is evident
A most important matter which
will be passed upon 'it tins session
nf congress, is a resolution declaring
against a third tonn in tho prestden
tial office.
\t tin- nexl sitting ol the Provln
clal assembly at least two new Po
lice Commissioners will be appointed
for the growing city ol  Cranhrook
The new city council, when thej
commence theli duties, will have n
bard time In dodging tho question
of perpetual exclusion ot tho slot
'midlines ami other moral  refoi ms
Friends ol good clean municipal
government have beeu quietly work
Ing for the pnsl few dny" on plan
that will give to Cranbrook n city
council that will be n representative
and business ono
The many reforms passed during
the pasi yeai are largels due to
Mayor Finlay and i lie council thai
supported  him
Was Sir Wilfrid Lnurlei ... Id '■ Ick
ed b) the Japs it Tokio? Vnd Is
Lemie ix getting unothei ul the same
•"i i     ind  from the tuimo quai tci -
ul
The ■■
is rocky Witl
the holidays tin
to    be the    lnt
■•■< nl  ul tho we
■ municipal tolous
sigli of rellel nftei
flections will prove
wtini   and   excitinn
Ve   wonder il    Lemioux
pan is anything  more
The Quality Store
FANCY   AND STAPLE GROCERIES
APPLES
the City
ibtali
this  thi   elect  . -   must    i ndeavor ti
ati  ns  as council
* -   ind   safi guai ierg    ■:   public busi
ness   in    vitfa   it   re] i  ach   and wh<
■■ "    tbe    firmness,    Integrity    am
ibilitj   •     pei ft ;■::.   ' ';•■::   duties with
■.' fear    r   favor to   or   from
parts lique In the city.
ny
J^
1
We Have tliu Largesi Sti ^^^
Over   lOOO BOXES of Fancy Fruit
SKI.1.IXC  AT $2.2t's titi.ti,  BOX
CHOICE   CIGARS. PIPES AND TOBACCOS
that   ..11    moral    reform
formulated  by    the  rsssv,
be senuine in their chur
nim    at   accomplishing
-ults
1
roles
tlio contest
ie decidedly warm, and while
Drill reform element of the city
tting up a must vigorous cam-
thcrc mny bo many surprises
i inst them on the iIhj- of
CAMPBELL & MANNING l|Sp^«Hs
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BREWING CO,, LTD,
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there
number of reform people
"k who will vote as they
the   host    interests   of the
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FERNIE, B.C.
MANUFACTUK.ERS nml BREWERS of EXTRA PINE
BEER $  PORTER
SOLD BY THL BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
Mottled beer for family
use a specialty
Outside   Orders
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
4 P. O. HOX 812      b.
r\     TELEPHONE NO. 1     p
.Mayor Finlay nnd liis nsaoclates
in ihe present council arc to be cori-
grntulated on their firm decision
thut the slot machines were n nui-
Biince, nnd that there is no place fur
thom in Cranbrook.
Every newspaper wants to publish
the news. The better the paper
then the more prosperous it will be.
How many times have yon, dear
reader, been approached by a reporter ol the Prospector for an item of
news and you told him that you
knew nothing; of interest? Probably
at the time your family were uway
on ii visit or some one from out of
town was visiting ut your home. Of
course yon did'nt mean to deceive
the reporter, yet when yuu received
your local paper, your family or
friends were not mentioned. A good
way to avoid all this is to kindly
inform us of the facts or drop u note
t In the post office to the Prospector.
m The Interests of the city as a whole
will be served when divided into
I wards.
i    Port   Steele   Brewing Co., Ltd.
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B Cranbrook, -      - B.C.  3
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There will bo a number of new
tares in the city council this year.
AU good men who will do their duty
faithfully   and   honestly.
• • • •
Cranbrook is a prosperous and
crowing city And it is time that
it waa divided Into wards, su thut
i ach portion 'if the city should receive due consideration,  for Llio dis
tricl   <>t)   the    hill    have     matters for
which are not  iii   common   with the
prairie,    nr the  husiness    portion of
ih.
city
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B ABATTOIR AND COLD STORAGE        CALGARY, ALTA 3
— —m
*   .   A   •
The   Public    Schools  opened    Mon
riii) foi  tin- spring and summer term
Is  it   not   the    natural  or   usual till (Iff
In (i city uf the size of Cranbrook,
ind ivitl. -iii'li schools us we hnve,
for children to be kept out, or permitted to l ill  ol    school.    It. can
hardlj be though! thnt thero nre
familiftH In ' Jranbrooli who are so
dependcnl on the amounl n child muy
i irn, oi the help n child can give
: irlng cliool hours, to make it ne-
cn urj nu that child to he denied
the advantage of schooling. When
children of a neighbor are nut sent
I '■  -' h ■ -i  It    naturally   attracts ut-
a STEWARTS a
TllK  I.l'Atll.Vli   Fltl'IT  KTOI'1*
llr;uli|ii:ii-|i'i'> for
I "INK Al'HLKS
J W till .NOES
\l \<  U.'A liltAl'KS
s T K VV A 1. T S
Fine Chocolates nml  Hon lions
Just Arrived A bennlil'iil selection of Boxes in choose Irom
For Sal,- only by
Hugh Stewart
Phone 75       Armstrong, Ave
Cortlwood for Sale.
1 nm prepared to supply, good
Iry stove wood, in uny length or
quantity, Leave orders with
ti.. T. Rogers, ihe grocer, Beale
& Elwell. -
R. S. Baron
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(CORPORATION   OF THK CITY OK
CRANBROOK
EXTRACT PROM POUND AND DOG
TAX BY LAW.
Nu person shall allow nny horse.
mule, bull, <>\ cow, sheep, goat, pip
or other cattle or poultry to run at
large within thr city, otherwise the
same may be impounded ami the
owner thereof Is liable for   damages
caused.
Any person inj Impound an animal
found running it large. The tine to
the poundkeeper for every animal is
is   follows
Stallions, $5.00
Others horses, mares,  geldings, lil
lies   or   mules,   fl i ach.
Bull, $5.00
row  or othor kind oi cattle. $8.00.
Boar pig, M 00
Pig, sheep or goat, $1.00.
Fowl, 25 cents
Th.- poundkeopei maj also collect
>l tii> inr Impounding any animal
.nul   Hfl   'vut:.   ioi    impouudtng any
fowl,     and    for    Iri'il   inav     clmrgO   as
I lUoWH
Fowl and goose 35 cents per diem.
ii   iin'   ,inun.ii.   nro noi  rodoomod
lhe   potlUltkeeper   Will   proceed   to   sell
There shall bo a tux on all dogs
ol $1 ■ i nn .til i Itchoa $5.00.
li is tho duty oi the owners of
tlogs io piociiro a tag from the City
Oloi i> othei k lso tbo dogs will he
Impounded uiul unless rodeomod will
be sold or destroyed Ties must be
pi -ml nn dog's collar so as to he
idninlj   -i'i'ii
In addition to tlio abovo chargos,
nnj person guilt) of nil infraction
of the by law is liahlc to a penalty
ol ¥100.00 ami costs or two mouth's
Imprisonment,
T. M. Roborts,
City Clerk.
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT.
Districl  of Kootenay.
TAKE notice that William Milton
Frost of Cranbrook, it C occupation Real Estate Dealer, lutonds to
applj for n speeril timher licence
over the following described lands:
Commencing nt a post planted at
the southeast corner of Lot 7224,
thence north 80 chains, thence enst
SO chains, thence south to the nurth
line of T.L.5831, thence west to N.W.
corner of said Lot, thence south to
T.L. 670, theme west to said post,
containing two acres more or less.
William Milton Frost
Hated December Ith.    1907. 62
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
TAKK NOTICK that Edward Watt
agent for the Wattsburg Lumber Co
Wattsburg,B.C., intend to apply for
a special timber licence over tlie following described lands:—
Commencing nt a post plunted
about 20 chains east of the southeast corner of Lot 3060, thence 40
chuins east, thence 80 chnins south,
thence 40 chnins west, thence 80
chnins nortb to point of commencement containing 320 acres more or
less.
Wattsburg Lumber Company.
43 Dated October 3rd,  1907.
Head lhe Prospector.
Advertise in the Prospccto
NOTICK.
NOTIOH IS HKKEHY GIVEN that
in application will be n ade to the
Legislative Assembly of llritish Columbia at its next session for au Act
to incorporate the Eastern British
Columbia Railway Comp my with
power to build, construct, maintain,
and operate a line of Railway of
standard guage to be oporated by
steam, electricity, or any other power for the carrying of freight, pus
sengers and express; commencing at
a point mi thr South Fork of Mich
el Creek nt or near the point known
as "The Loop" on the Crow's Nest
Branch of the Western Division of
tbe Canadian Pacific Railway, tbence
tunning iu a southerly direction up
said creek to the mouth of the East
Fork of said creek, tbence up snid
Eust Fork of said Soutli Fork iu an
easterly ami si ml hern direction to
the summit between suid creek ami a
tributary of the Flathead Itiver,
thence in a southerly direction down
said tributary to the Flathead Rtv
er. thence southerly along snid Flat
head river to a point on tho Inter
national Boundary between the prov
im-e of llritish Columbia aud tbe
Qui ted states of America, a distance
of about lifty miles moro or less,
with power to construct and operate
telegraph ami telephone lines for the
purposes of its business and for the
public; with power to own, use and
operate water powers convenient to
lhe load for railway and other pur
poses, und with such other powers
nnd privileges us are usually given
lo  Railway  Companies.
Duted ut Cranbrook  this    30th day
Of   November,   1907.
Harvey,  .McCarter A   .Maedonald.
in       Solicitors for the    Applicants.
Professional.
Harvey, McCarter & Maedonald
BARRISTERS AMD SOLICITORS
CRANBROOK,     -    H.C.
W. P. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
Granbrook •   • British Columbia
C. H. DUNBAR
BARRISTER, solicitor
and NOTARY PUBLIC.
Crunbrook, B.C
G. H. Thompson
ORANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
TAKK notice that William Milton
Frost, of Cranbrook, B. 0. occupation Real Estate Dealer, intends to
apply for a special timber licence
over the following described lands:—
Oommencing at a post planted near
tbe west line of Lot ti3f>t), about one
hull' mile south of timber limit No
2354, tbence west 100 chains, thence
north 40 chuins, thence eust 160
chuins, thence soutb -HI chains to
said post, containing 640 acres more
or less.
William  Milton Frost.
Duted   December  4th.   1007. 52
ORANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
TAKK notice that Robert H. McCoy of Bonners Kerry, occupation
lumberman, intends to apply for u
special timber licence over tlie following described lumls: Commencing at a post planted at tbe point of
intersection of tlie southern boundary of Lot 8440 and the western
boundary of Lot 8439, thence west
40 chains, tbence soutb 80 chains,
tbence cast 40 chains, thence south
40 chains, thence east 60 chains more
or less to the west line of Lot 8436,
tbence north and west following tbe
western nnd southern boundaries of
Lots 843li, 8437, 8438, und 8430 to
point of eommencemeut.
Robert H. McCoy.
Dated Nov. 20th. 1907, 48
CITY  OF  CRANBROOK,  B.   G.
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Minn Ollli" for KiihI   Knoti'miy,
Oranbrook, B. c
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3  Fred. W. Swain
IKTKIOT ACIBNT
A rmsli'oni" A v
WHY DO MOST
RAZORS PULL?
Because they are tempered
unevenly by (ire and
will not hold an edge.
CA8B0-MAGNETIC RAZORS
•re tempered ai hard
aa (lint by our exclusive
proceu of electricity.
CHAS. E. REID & GO.
Cranbroolt, B.C.   The Druggists
CRANBROOK I,AND DISTRICT.
DlKtrict. of Kootonay.
TAKK notlco that George 11. Powell nl Oranbrook. occupation traveller, intcnils tn apply Inr ii special
timber licenco nver tho following do-
scrlbod lands:' Oommonclng at a
post planted about 211 chnins north
went of tile northwest eornor of the
-losliii pre-emption, near tbe head of
Upper Moyie Luke anil soutli unit
west of tlie southwest corner of Lot
2799, thenre east 80 ehains, tlienee
south HO ehains, thenco west HI) ehains
tlienee north 80   eliains to    plaee of
commencement,
Cteorge 11. Powoll.
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OFFICE   REID   BUILDING
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THOMAS   McVlT'l.
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L, C0HN
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D, J, JOHNSON
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(Iood Work at
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Office and Workshop  Lewis St
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RIVERS   AND     STREAMS   ACT
NOTICE is hereby .given thut sixty
days alter (lute we intern! tu upply
to (he Chiel Commissioner ..t Lands
und Works under Uie provisions oi
the "Rivers and Streams Act" tor
permission tu remove obstructions
uud  make Improvements on Tbomp
sun Creek,  in   West Kootenay ar
Kitchener, uml muke lhe same lit tor
ratting uml driving thereon lous,
timher, lumber, ratts, or crafts, uml
to construct limns, booms, slides
und chutes, unii muke sueli oilier
improvements us muy he necessary
for suid  purposes.
The portion of the suid Creek on
wiitch lie rlglii t" inako sum Im
provt ments is Bought, passes through
Lot 7808 Group 1, West Kootenuy d'is
trict, nnd through Lot 7795,. Oroup
1, Wesl Kootenuy ilisirict, running
norlh westerl) to a point about
tliree hundred toot south of lhe Ca
nnillun Pacific Railway track, ut
whieh point the applicants uie de
sirmis of constructing a dam.
Kitchener Lumbor Mills,I.united
Dated October 84th, A'.D,    1007.   11
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Meetings In'lil every uinlii   in   tli
week except Monday ul S p.m,
Methodist Church.
ROHUIIT Hl'OBS,  I'ji-i.u-
Sunday Mill-nine Service al 11 a.m.
I'Yllowslilp nieetliij! • - ii'-ir. u.in.
Sunday School anil HtbleClassS |i.in.
A spocial invitation is given l<
tho Mon's iivyn ut  S.80 in iiu
"Gym" I'm' inon only,
UHANUKOOK   I.ANII DISTRICT.    I '_	
District oi Kootenay | ^. ,       —.
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Write in
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GO TO THK
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DYEING and CLEANING
Nothing lini' or course, larg
Of smnll Unit wo estmiot IiiiiiiIIi-.
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Office .1. Leask, Tailor
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; Where It Pays io Deal.
!    UHAN13K00K  LAND DISTRICT.
Ilisirict of KooUnuy.
TAKK    NOTICE,   that  I   Edward
"Wutts  (tf    Wattsburg,    H.C.   Lumber
. nuiii,    Intend t<>   apply for a special
j timber licenco over the following
described land:— Commencing at a
post planted at the Southeast cornor of Lul 3066 thenco west forty
chains,    thence     south    2ii    chains,
j Llience west SO eliains, thence south
40   chains,  tlience    cast    -in   chains,
, t'bence south 40 chains,thenco east
forty (40) chains to west boundary ot T, I. or 1.. Clapp, thenee
north 120 ehuins, to N.W. eorner P.R
Wjl090, thence east to a   point just
|,south t>i S, E. eorner of Lot 30(ili,
inii'ili    tu   pi lint  of    commencement,
'ami    containing   6-10 acres    moro or
' less,
Edward Watts.
Ity*    ■   Dated October iBth.1007
TIMBER NOTICE.
TAKE notice that the Crows Neat
H'tiass Lumber Co., Ltd, of Wnrdnor,
B.C., intends to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works
at Victoria, B.C. for a special 11-
[ cente to cut and earry away timber
| from the following described lands in
1 East  Kooteuay:—
■■ (1) Commencing at a post planted
at mile post No. 'X* lui the east
boundary of Lot 451)0 and running
[SO chains south, thouce SI) chains
east,, thence Sn chains north, thenco
SO chains wost to the place of commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less,
Crows Nest Pass Lumber Co.Ltd
por .las. McLaren, Locator
,  Hated  November  7th  1907.
12) Commencing at a post planted
at  mile   post    No. 26    on   the   east
boundary of Lot 4690 and running So
ehains north,  thonee east. 80 chains,
thonco south  SO    chains, thonco west
SO chains to the place of commencement,   containing 040 acres more or
less.
-Crows Nest Pass LumborCo. Ltd.
per .Ins.  McLaren,locator.
Datod  November 7th 1907.
Ci)   Commencing at a post planted
at mile post 20   on the   east   boundary of    Lot No,  4690    and running
north    SO     chains, thence     east    SO
chains, thence soutli  SO chains, thonee
wost SO chains to the place of Commoncoment,      containing    G-10    acres
more or less.
Crows Nest  Pass Lumber Co. Ltd.
per  Jas.  McLaren,  locator
Mated November 7th 1907.
(I) Commencing at   a post planted
SO ehains    east of mile    post No. 25
on the oast   boundary of   Lot   4590,
and  running east SO   chains,   thence
south    SO    ehains,    thence   west   80
ehaius, tbence noitli 80 chains to the
place nf   commoncoment,   containing
0-10 acres mine or less.
-■Crows Nest Pass Lumber Co. Ltd.
per .Ins.  McLaren,  locator.
Dated   November llth,  P.I07.
{!>)    Commencing at a post  planted
SO chains   east,   of     mile   post    No.
25 on the oast  boundary of Lot 4590
and  innning    east 80   chains   thence
north     SO    chains,    thonee    west    80
chains, thenci- south so elniins to the
place <>f    commencement,    containing
640 acres more or loss.
Crows Nost Pass Lumber Co.    Ltd.
por .las. McLaren, loentor,
.Dated   November  9th,   1907.
Ki) Commencing at    a post  pluntod
Hill chains easl    of milo post No. 25
mi i!n>   cast    boundary of   Loi 4590
and  running oast  so   chains,    thenee
south    sn    ehains,    Ihonee   west    so
chains, thonco north so chains to the
place of   commoncoment,   containing
010 acres more or less.
Crows  Nesl.  Pass  Lumber Co.,  Ltd.
per Job. McLaren, locator.
Dated Novombor Oth, 1907,
(71 Commencing   nt a post planted
120 chnins    east  of mile post No.  2i!
on    tho oast,    boundary  of    Lot 4590
and running north 100 chains, theuee
east    10   chains,    tlience   south    1(10
chains, I hence west. 40 chains to the
place   of   commencement   containing
640 aoros moro or less,
Crows Nest Pass Lumber Co.,Ltd.
per Jas. McLaren, locator,
hated November 9th, 1907,     '17
CKANHKOOK  LAND DISTRICT.
District ul Kootonuy.
Take notiee that Frank 11. Rnlo
of I'Yrnic, 13,C, occupation Lumber
man, Intends to npply for perinis
alon io purchase ihe following do
Bcrlbod laud.
Commencing al a post planted nu
tho onslern boundnry of an island hi
llie Kootenay P.lver al. tho northeast
cornor of Lot. 7222, thoneo west lo
the westerly boundary of sniil island
.thence northerly following the west
orn boundary of said Island to its
most nortlierly point, thonee southeasterly foi lowing the eastern
boundary of said island to pninl of
comtnoncomonl, and being all of
said  island  norlh of said  Lot 722!!.
Prank   II.   Mai-
, Duieil October  I7tb,  1907. 48
Mright, ol Black River Palls, Wis
cousin, occupation Hydraulic Mining, Intends to apply for a special
limber licenco over tho following do
scribed lands - Commenciug at a
pusi phmted ai the northwest cor
nor ni timber licenco No. l8S24,thenco
west 4ii chains, thonee soutli llin
chuins, theme east. 40 clminj, theuce
north 160   cllalns to place oi    begin
III III'.
Halbert.   A.   Bright.
Dated October 2;{,  1907. is
The time for the commencement of
Ibe publication of the above notice
is extended tn the (ith day ol" Docomber   A.D.   11107.
•I.  P. Armstrong,
Assistant. Commissioner.
■vYTOKDAY. .IAN. II. 1 (is.
Eust Kootenay.
I    CKANHKOOK   LAND  DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
Take nolico tbat James M. W.
Hall, of Huston, Mass., occupation,
agent, Intends to apply for perinis
sion to purchase the following described  laud.
Commencing nt a post plantod at.
The southeast corner of Lot 7222
Oroup I, Kootenay District, thence
nortb 40 chains to tbe northeast eor
ner id' snid Lnt 7222, thence southeasterly following tho boundary nf
the island on which said northoast
corner   ot   Loi   72:12 is
working        Tht*     St.      M u-ys
country is mn us well  developed
although it is known  to   uij.s-sess
properl ies \\ Inod have been  ,w||
considered  for years   pusi    hul
most ol which, however, are still
mere prospects, lhe difticultiesof
transportation being far to greal I
to ailinit any serious adventure I
The opening: npol the St. Mary's,
country  will  depend  upon   the
buildiug of 11   railroad,  already
projected, whicli would  connect j
Cranbrook or   Porl   Steele with I
Crawford     Bay,      immediately
facing the opening of  lhe   Wi sl
Ann of Kooienuy   lake.    Xelson .
Daily News,
Do UTOU Open Void Mouth
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llie level."
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kusi Kuiili'liiiy .iiii'iiiL!   tlio  youi'
have 1 11 llioso connected  « rh
ilui Si, Bimviii', Sullivim .-iiiii
North Klni' Thr si lCugem
litis bei.'ii Miisil.v the largest
shipper of nny of lhe silvei'lotlo
mini's     Its worlcings havo boon I do iniim'cliitoii'
»
Lilt n young blitl aotl b,u : di imi what-
vi'i-fuml ji- iiii'ilii'iii.i nun l„. uili i"l you     j     t
•1'. llu y,lll Wiilll In |.Ui,',\   -nin   'I,  Iu  . ,|  th,,
composition uml character of thai ivhicli
vmi take imu your Btomnch whether us
food -,r mi'iliijiiii''.'
.Must Intelligent  uml  si'nsihl.i pcopli.        ''
iiui.-ii-ilitys iu>i>i ou knowing what tbuj
niiiliiy  .Iu'I-Iiit as food or ji- m.'.li.-ln.
Dr. i'ii'ri". botlerbs tliuy havo ii ported       '
ri ■liti.oiu.vi.'.'.iit nuchknowlodgo. Sotm    **■'"
(iulilisiips,^«ayidt^i>i unil uu each bottto. I'"1'
'-■rajipiT, \vhatJ]>*7naaiiHiii's un- iniulc of I, '0I,
iiiiili^riosjirnilnTaaaiati)  This lie fwih
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I)   trie!   ,,1   Ki nl. uu)
<K niitlii. 11 nl   I'.'ii 1   Jensen nl
II    1'     "i'jiiimi     imu,':.   li,
to uppl)  Im  ji    iuti.n    timber
1   nvci  Hi"   [iillow 1 lescilbed-
.11 :i posl plan
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'ANCKLLATION  OP ltKHKH\ K
ln_;_ injri'iljt'nl- "1 whii-li )n< medleln
ll re"in ;iiI' ■ itfy'st Ui Co -i 1 j u 111 111 jJerejEtjotr tj.
mogc willllu'lr supgrTor ei'iruT7vTrv7rtm
exteiisivodiirhifr tho yeur with ^^^JlMSiiSt
the ilrvulnpiiii'iit up In lhe nor- Hiving rise to frequent Itnudncbos, back-
...1.1 ..." .•early so, Considerable ^JSSS|S?TX*r^oT^*-
tt iioiinisol mi' liuve in'mi shipped
lo liliiropo, bill in I'm f the low
prices now oH'eriifr the shipments
have iiliuii'i'thm' I'i'iisi'il. The
pi'iuhii'i of llu' Sl Eugene isnow
soul entirely lo Trnil,   the  Hall i tlllls ronUorlns Hilldblrth sa/o uud 00111
|i;il';lll\'i'lv lunuli'ss.      I In' ']• ;iviil'lt.' l'1'i'
Minos smeller al   Nelson,   whicli i serlptlon" Is u i i potent.strcaglhcii
Hi eusl   ner ol tin
licence     I17!il,   thence   wesl  sn
i.i.iiii'    ■...mu    l.m   chnins,
i' ens 'hiilns,   thence north
linins,    ili.'iiii'   ni    111   chnins,
I'lli'i- Jense
Dnted  December 7th.  1907.
imitii'il. nftiiini'-. wiih ii debilitating,
Iii'l Ic, catarrhal drain und kindred symptoms of weakness. Dr. Pierce's t'avorltu
Prescription Is 11 inns! efficient remedy. I
li Is equally ell'ectivn in curing puinfiil
perlmls iu giving strength to nursing
mothers uml in preparing the system of
the expectant nioiher for baby's coming.
tnnii' to the
■nil syslcm
in tin
situate to a tr'.iloil   11   purl.    Illlvino'   closed  organs dlstlnctlv feminine In partleiil
point due enst ol point of I'l.ii.ii.ince i ,,,,„.„ „,„•,„,, :,,|v, rsn ronditioll   |' }:,,„!*'?, ?,u're,"lrvn!i   'llt'il
niont,   thence west to point ol com | iionino .um I'uri'.s  nnr\oua uxiiuiisti
raencement. prevailing hi lhn lntnsummer.
n 4. i n f i     Sr,,!!- W' Hai'H    in   connection   with   the St.
Dated Urtobor  llit.li,  1907. 4-1
 | Imgene muv l>i» nienlionea ;i new
RIVERS AND  STREAMS  ACT.      sc|lemo u|llrh is nf j
i (! note in
notice is hereby given that sixty Easl   Koolonny.     This    is    the
}u?B «!!S d^i.L^"it0.fp^lL^|unclevlal<tn^  of   \\.v   Cambrian
company    The Sl   lOugene lead
the Chief Commlssionor of Landi
and Works under the provisions of
the "Rivers and Streams Act" for
permission to remove obstruct ions
and make Improvements on the Little Moyie River in Bast Kootenay
where it passes through Lots 8435,
S*i;ili, 8437, 8438, 843*1, 8440 nnd 8441,
and make the same lit for raiting
and driving thereon logs, timber,
lumber, raits or crafts, and to construct dams at certain points on the
said river where it passes through
Lots 8437 and 8439 and at a point
about one third (1-3) of a mile east
of Lot 8411 nnd nt such other points
ns may be decided upon. Also to
enlist met Humes through the said
Lots 8441 and 8440 and extending a
short distance north thereof nnd
booms, slides and chutes nt such
other points as may he required and
to make such other improvements
as may he necessary for said purpose.
The portion of tho said river on
which the right to make said improvements is sought passes through
the Lots referred to in tho District
of Kast Kootenay, H.C. and runs
south easterly.
II. 11.  McCoy.
Dated this Sth dav of November
A.D.   LMI7. 46
Delinquent. Taxes.
Particular attention Is directed to
the following extract from Section
150, Chapter 32, Municipal clauses
Act:—
"The rates and taxes   on land or
on improvements, special   or oth
erwise, which    are unpaid   on   the
31. duy of December   in each year
shall  hear  interest at  the  rate  of
Bight  per cent per annum thereon.
Thos.   M.   Roberts,
Collector.
City Clerk's Ollice
Cranhrook,  li. C.
CRANHROOK   LAM) DISTRICT.
District of Kootenity.
TAKK notice thai Potor Lund, of
Wardner, B. C, occupation Lumber
niii'i, Intends to apply for a special
timber licence nver the following described lauds: ■ Commencing nt n
post planted at tho northeast corner
of Lot 8008 Croup i, Kootenay Dis
trict, thenee east 35 chains, tbenee
nortb tin chnins, theuce west 35
chains, thence smith 60 cbnins to
ihe place of commoncoment.
I'KTKIt  LUND.
Datod   November   [Sth.   1907, 4fl
^
55,00 m CASH
$3,00 /T'month
(imnl Diseouiil I'm' Cusli
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nervous iirostnitloit, ntnmilKia, liysterlii,
S|ill-lns. I'liot'l'il nl'  St. Vitus S dillit'e. Ullil
other distressltiK nervous symptoms in
ii'iiilmit iiiinn functional nml organic discuses nf tin- distinctly feminine orpins.
A host nl  illculuiitliorltlosot nil lhn
several schools of practice, recommend
each nf Uie several Ingredients nl which
"l';i\mill' Prescription" is made fnr llie
cure of the discuses for which ii Isclahmil
tu In- a cure Ynn muv read whal llie,
sav li.r ui.nr.vi7i l.v semllng a postul curd
rettuest for n fm hooklei of oxiructs
from ihe leiidliiiiiiuthofliles lu Or I!. V
I'ieive, Invalid-' Hul,'I iiiiiI Surgical 111-
"tilule. IIiiII'iiIii. N". Y   jiiiiI il will conic to
•i liy return past
is found mi mn' miIi' nl' .Moyie
lulii' nml uliiii is thought lu br
Ihr sunn' luml, wiih ihi' same
gonorul siriki'. is Found mi tlio
other side of Moyie lake. It is
thought, therefore, ihal tlto vein
is continuous bet ween Ihese two
points und mineral locution has
been made up.ui Moyie lake itself, wiili a view of siiblaeustrine
in in ing A caisson is being sunk
very nearly upon tlie vein itself
and mi sul'iiei 'iii di'|iih being
gained llie workings will be
driven nluiiir ihe slrike, undor
the bed nf tin. Ink.'.
The Siillivnn has  also   1 n   a
very large shipper during the
year, about 111.• middle uf whieh
a new strike of some importance
was made mi ihe property, It
was supposed thai lhis would
have led in nu increase in the
capacity uf lhe Marysville
smeller, belonging to the Sullivan
company, bul ihe management,
probably wisely, decided to
thoroughly prospect and open up
the new tind before making any
such enlargement, An enlargement of the smeller would mean
more oconomicnl working, but on
ll Iiei- hand, if ihe supply of
lire for any larger works were
not continuous, tlie expenses of
ooci'Ulion  wmihl   liuve   been   in-
1 , suhjects   uf   tile     I'llll   nee  uf    twenty
creilsucl ml her Ihan decreased,     ,,m. yenrs,   nmi uie   not disqualified
inler nny Inw,  uiul hnve boon I'ul' the
NOTICE i- hereby given thin the
reserve over certain lands in Smith
Ktisl Kootenay, notice of which up
["'.iiiii  iu ihe llritish   Columbia (hi
zi'i I ilie  Illli August,    1890,   uml
bore dnte uf .Aucusi 12th, 181)0, is
hereby cancelled. The nbove men
tioned lands will he open fm- loco
inm iin.lei the Land .Act iiii March
JO,   1908
HOBKHT A.  HBNWICK,
Tiie nine lur ihe commencement  ui Deputy Commissionei    ,.f Lands
Uie publication ul this notice in the ;""l Worl
It   C. Gazette is hereby estended un    Un,ls and Works Depart in,
til January 10th, 1908, Victoria   I;   C      December 16th
•I   K. Armstrong. I'm: i'
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H. W. DREW. Proprietor,
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Corporation   of  the   City   ol
Cranbrook.
I'ublic notice is hereby given lu the
electors ol the Municipality ul llie
City of Cranbrook, Unit I require
the presence of the suid electors at
the Council Chamhers, linker Streel,
Cranbrook, ll. ('., mi tlie isth duy ol
January,    1908, ul    il'   o'clock noon
H o'clock local li i fur the purpusc
uf electing persons tu represent them
in the Municipal Council us Mayor
und Aldermen uml for ihe purpose of
electing persons tu represent them on
the   Board   uf Trustees   lur   the    I'Iiiii
brook City School  District.
'I'lie iniide nf nomination nf enndi
dates sllllll  he us  lulhuvs;
The candidates shall  I minuted
iu writing, tiie writing shull In- sub
scribed by two voters of the Muni
eipulity us proposer und seconder,
unil shall lie delivered In lhe lie
turning iillieer ut unv time between
the date nl the notice nnd 2 pin
in p.in.  local   time)   ul    the   duy of
nomination, nnd In    tl vent  ul ti
pull being necessary, such pull will
lie opened mi lhe li'.ih dny ul .lnnu
ury, liins. between the hours of a
o'clock  In the   forenoon    He o'clock
local li I 7 o'clock ni   Uie ul
ternoon is o'clock local time) nl tlie
Council Chnmbcrs, linker Street,
Oranbrook, ll. C, ul which every
person is hereby required tu tnkc
notice nnd govern hlms'cif according
l.v.
The qualification by low required
lu be possessed bv lhe candidates for
the ollice ut Mayor nre ns follows:
'"rile pet'sulis quulidcd tu In' null,
united fur mul elei'teil us Mayor shall
he   such   persons   us   ure   mule llritish
4!r^*^**^*^^^******^^*^**#r
FOUND
ON IMKI'II ST.. ONE I Ii U*l*l
IIII.I.  ,\   in.    'I'li,' onlj  plain:
.    liml enn Illlike life worth llu- Iii ini
Iliel'nomnn0|j(an ^
E. H. SMALL, Manager
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i CENTRAL    HOTEL I
The Nurlli Sllll' has also had
considei able work dono and great
tilings are predicted I'm- llie
future nf llus property. There
are two portions uf lhis dislriel,
however, bnlli of whieh contain
six months, next preceding Hie day
ut nomination the registered owner
in Hie Land Registry Ollice, uf Imnl
ur leul property in the City uf tlie
nssesseil value, un the Inst Municipal
assessment roll, uf mie thousand
dollars or more, uver uml above anj
registered judgement m charge, and
linniei'lies which tho owners do-1who uro otherwise   duly qttalllled
1        ' \i,..,...j....i ,,,'    ,     a
i-liiri' Iii be second lo none in lln
Municipal v.iters." iiiiiii, C. tri. S, !■!
The  qllillilil'iit imis  hv  Inw  lu   he |i
hv tl miiliilutes    lui     Hi
whole of ihe Kotileiiuys, whieh
in presenl are practically lying
idle. These are lhe Windermere
and lhe St. Mnry's districts.
Willi lhe bnililiii
Central railron I. now seemingly
eerliiiii. Hie Windermere mines
| such as tho Paradise, Iled Lino,
Ptarmigan and others will be
opened up nnd worked Tlie
properties nu mod have  more ol'iabovo unv   registered    nul
loss duvelopmonl  work  alien.ly '' :'  '   "" ""  "
iliun' innl arc simply ipiiesi'i'iil
nuiii such Imi" ns lhe   Ir.iuspiir
Iiiii H'l'iirili'il  gives'  them    nn
opportunity     uf       er niouiical
Marysville, R P.       COLE & F1ANI1LEY. Prop
Tlm Leading Hotel uf lln- Si.
Mnry's Valley,   Nice airy rooms
iieu-h    i'i,i-nisl,ml.      Tnblo   us
u-iiuil us unv in Kootenav.
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*-m Us tm w tm w tm m m sm sm \m tm- tm sm \m tm tm \m w \m tm \m tm
ft*ft9'Aft*w*w*ftftft*ft*ftftftftft'aftfttft
lire ul Alderman ure ns follows: Ilk
"The persons   qtiallflod I... bo nmn    (iY? _^ ,       ,^
nnle.l   lul    llllll   elei'leil   us   ulilel llleil ol    ll%
111.' i'ily -luiil |,c such pel'
re mule British sub joe tH ,,t llu- lull
llie Koolenny (nee ut twenty-one yours nml aro mil
ilisqiiuliiieil under uny law, uml to
havo boon fur the siv montlu nexl
preceding Hie iluy ,,| nomination tho
registered owner In lli" I.jiiiiI lleei.-.
Iry office, uf Imnl or real property in
the City  uf the assessed   value, "ll the
Inst Municipal iissosstncnl roll, of live
hundred dull
lenient oi
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RANBROOK
'<■" HOTEL «
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.Municipal   vulei
lied
S,   II
'I'lie qiinllllcations    lu.   Inw  reqtil
to he   possessed  hv    if,'   cnndldn
lur tl Uii I    Sel I Trustee
uk follows
"III   every     Municipal      UI'I I   I
Hii'l. uu
ill   llie  School     III   III, I
llriiisli Bllbjeol    ul    in
twenty mie     (roars,
quulilleil   bj   II Vi'l
election ui   sel i Ti
School  Districl  ol  He
brook,   ilinll 1 11r11,1.
I leholdo
um   lining j
lllll      III	
I     ul hn wn.
vule  .il   ni
CHANUItOHK  I.ANIi DISTRICT
liiniriel  ul  Kooteuay,
'I'AKK  uuliie  Ihul   Potor   .lensi'li  uf
i\   .     i-i"     ,;-    • ■     Wasa, n   C„   uu itlon   miner, In
J  ^V   i TO  ''tXhjm       I      lends I" •■ v    Im- ii s iul lli •
/'        j*s-. - ,-.S->..,!.'/ \*TfA      M lleenco   OVOI    Hie   following     ilesi'l'lheil
\     MM A Aa.. tMtaW M nnnln:     I'miiineneilll'. ut  n  po.il   plnli
mmmrttt inav m*         |() i.|]ii||].. Kiil|||| Df llM, ,„„.,,,,,,  tn ijim, m
 'Iiei   ul tinilier  lleenee  11795, Iheiiu', niieh   Munlelpnl     In
suuth     lli"    elniins,      thenee    ensl   III   ,S.:t2,   I'lm,,  c,|'i    S2
eluiliis,     thenee    ninth    Iiiii    clialns,     No    person    hold
III,-,,,-,-      west    'III    Chains   lO     plm -neliei    wltlllll   llu
coinmoncomont. nnd  nu Clorgymnu
Potor  .lensen. tlm,  shall  he eligible  '-.I   lhe  ollici
Dated Donomlior 7tli. 1907. I    Bchool  Trustno."   I -   CDB    ri lu
nm    n    nnuiri i     i       i     i   The limo for tho cominonc nt of     linen iimiei   my    Ii,unl    at   r,
GEO. B. POWELL. Agenl iication ..i tins notice in iim i,.,„,i.  h r   n„. „, , ,(„„„, ,,'
v,.,„vl,    i,  H.C    tinzelle  is  hereby  exl    nu    nry    |.,|is.
.Mlnslimi..  ,\M iiiii Im  .Imuimv   Hlth.   IIIIIK. T|ina    ,,    ,.,,,„.,.,..
I'liiiiir |07 t'lanbroiik, B.C. I •'■ I''   Armntroiii;.       | noturtUiiB oiilcoi
% Guests 'Jomfort a Spocialty   Good Stabling in Connection %
Nearest lo mil mud depol,    Has acconiino
ilalions   for    the    public   iineipuilltid   in
'• Iranbrook,
,\|su   SiTunil    limiil    Maehi
fttsr .Sal ■ Cheap and Tu Rnnl,
!,,-      le     llie '
Ity   ul  l'run  [
'"   lie   olocled
I     Tin: I,-,    III
"   1905,   I'll
1 i'"'" ol
""I      lllsllii-l I
E HOGGARTH & ROLLINS
|Hol uii'l Cold Haths Proprietors^j
v.:'.x£.<S -■; ':■;;->5^»X'^ -^.<££***£« j *i; '^.S5^i2»*S^iP^g35^!f^
School of Mining
Thr follvHliif Cwnti art aittrti;
I   Pout YriiV Coiirne for Dtfttt of B.Sc.
II—Thre« Vemtff* Court«for Ulplom*.
A COUEOt OF APH1.IKD SCII.NC*:. Lcl|";;,'t!<,''^,"Mr!„°?«io0.
Alhllilrd lo Qoffn's Unlver-ily, t-«Ioer«loJj .nd t:aolofj.
KINGSTON. ONT.     tcw7SW«.ri°*'
l„(,j,„,ali.m. .pplj to tlir IW-inaiy. S, l,„„l '    **1"1 *'«*( ...
oIUIalDj, KliiKaion.otii.tli. i-Blology .nd Public Bnllk.       . ITIK PROSPECTOR, ORANBROOK   B.C, JAN, 11, i'" -
Dainty   Limoges   China
OUR OPEN ST06K PATTERN
Iii  Limoges   China   has   ar
rived.    The  special feature of
this assortment is that the de
sign   is   entirely   new  and ex
elusive.      Another    feature   is
that you may select such dishes
as are needed  and  add others
from time to time.
Pink's Crockery und Glassware Dept.
Our Goods are
ARANTEtED
See our new "Ruban"
Salad Dishes.
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"THE DESIGN IS KNOWN"
As the "Baby Rose". It is neat
and not overloaded with decorations. Garland of pink baby
roses circling the edges and
finished with leaf gold, giving it
a most artistic and delicate effect
Our assortment now is complete and any who anticipate
starting their sets will find in
the variety any or all the pieces
they require.
See our new Fat and Lean
Gravy Dishes
©he |t? oeprctor.
;atu :i).w. -i w ii.
R I N <J S
OUR STOCK OF RINGS ,- vul'J eunipli'le.  Now
„  ho ii Hi li i" mult-, yum   seliiM	
N iii.T ivliitl  Itinil "I n ItltiM .vou lu'i'fii
, hiiii'I- ai'lee Irom  Inw -i'"'l.-
It will lie n Plenaiiie to O.UOto You Pi'lei
W. F. TATE
THK JEWELER
i|.'|.'H'l \|,   0. I'- It.   W \Ti II    INSl'I'lTOH
•MmTiiinmTnnnnnmi-T-TmTmtnmTiT.:-
1 LOCAL NEWS. |
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r   .1   Din
ity   Molliln
of    Ferine    wns   ill   the
Mis uiuiinure uiul daughter uf
Marysville wore Cranbroolt visitors
Sunday Inst.
Um Cni-lin mnl Al. Doyle drove
uver from Steele   Monday   on    husi-
BiiltN. At Crnnbrooli, Tuesday
; January ith., to Mr. mnl Mrs. A.
McCowan, a sun.
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9 np^HE year jusl  closed  hus  boon  ono ol  tlio mosl »
9       1      prosperous yours  for us (thanks  lo our -i  X
♦ friends] and Ihe outlook for 1'."'- is ovon hotter. T
ft One would think from tho reports in  circulation  thul ft
ft    this country is on thn verge of hankr iptcy,   wo hope ft
•k     ii,;,i  some of  the  "Doubting Tho ses   ip ft
ft unil   villi,."  Hun   wc  have  the  greatest countr)   n the ft
ft world |
J1 The following i> taken from .1 letter written • >;. mv» ol J£
the largost manufacturers to  their enstomors,  uml   wi x
Mrs. T, T. McVittie of Fort Steele
was 11 Crunbrook visitor   durinK the;
early |iart  nf this week, '
Ui'i', .Jewell, president of the Jewel Lumber Co., ot Hanbury wns at
i 1 'raiilniKik Monday on business.
It. li. Hainl ol Rossland, J. S.
IMper of Macleod, and C. Kennedy of
Winnipeg were nt tho Cranbrook Sun-j
day   last.
Mrs. Jabez Harris will receive with |
Mrs. Garnet IV. Patmore on tin* ufter ]
noon and evening   of Thursday   .Inn-
nary 16th.
Ii" Cranbrook city Is good enough
to live in. good enough to make
your money in, it Is good enough to
spend your money In.
1. il Park, A.w. Adams, <;. M.
Jackson, and Geo Bret I of Spokane
were registered al the Cranbrook
Monday
At the Men's Own next Sunday afternoon, the quest inn of Oriental
Immigration will be discussed. The
subject is of vital interest to llritish
Columbia and should draw a large
cn.w.l,
G, 0. Buchanan of Kaslo. .1. C.
1 Cummlngs of Spokane, K. 0. Co
horn of Waldo, M, .1. Roberts of
New York City, and W. H. Green
and T.    A.    Corey of    Medicine Hut
were at   tlie  Cianlil'ool;   Tuesday.
In six days from today the municipal elections in Crunbrook will be
decided. We a re sn tistied to lea ve
tlie mutter of electing good and responsible men to tbe council to tin-
good sense of the people of Cran
brook. It is up to tbe rate-payers
to say, by their ballots, that Cran-
; brook is to have a city council
worthy of its importance and able to
deal with the serious problems whicli
now und in the course of the year
may confront them.
CHANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
District of Kootonay.
TAKK notice that William Camp
bell of St. Louis, Mo., occupation
commercial traveller, intcnils to apply for a special timber licence over
the following described lands:
ill Commencing at a post planted
about 80 eliuins south of tbe soutli
east corner of Lot 0426, thence soutli
Hii chains, tbeni'e west SO chuins,
tlience north Wi chains, thence east
no clialns to plnee of commencement.
Dated  December 17th,   15107,
(2) Commencing at a post planted
about 80 chains south of the south
enst cornor of Lot 6426, tlience south
80 chains, thence enst 80 chains,
tbence north 80 chains, thence west
so chains to place of commencement,
Dated December 17th, 1907.
181 Commencing at a post planted
about 80 chains south of the southwest, corner of Lot 042*., thence south
■ill ehains, thence west 8H chuins,
hence north 80 chains, tlience eust
id chains to place of commencement.
Dated December L7th, 1S.07.
14) Commencing at a post planted
at tbe southeast corner of timber
licence 1.1598, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence east
80 chains, thence north 80 chuins to
place of commencement.
Duted December isth, 1907.
'ai Commencing at a post planted
at the southeast corner of timber
licence 105118, thence east 80 chains,
thence soutli 80 chains, thence west
SO chains, tbence north 80 chnins to
place  of commencement.
Dated December 18th, 1907
(6) Commencing at a post planted
ubout 80 chains south of the southeast corner of timber licence 10598.
tbence west 80 chains, thence south
80 chuins, thence east 80 chuins,
thence nortli 80 chains to plnee of
beginning.
Dateil December 18th,
i7) Commencing at a
about 160 chains soutb
west corner of timber
near the 8 mile post on
line of Lot 4591, thence
chains, tlience south  10 ch
west    1G0   chains,     thence    north 40
chains to place of commencement.
Dated December 18th, 1907.
(8) Commencing at a post planted
ubout 80 chains south of the> southeast corner of timber licence No 10-
598, thence south 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, thence north 80
chuins. thence west 80 chains to
place of commencement.
William Campbell.
Dated   December   18th,   1907. 2
1907.
post planted
of the south
enco 10598,
the east
cast 160
.theuce
lit
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I Mens working Shins and Caps J
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9    think  il   is ■-' i  reading, nnd if yuu ure willing I	
9 ■"!*"■ mi optimist    TALK  IT
ft
X "Sumo people,  Ithe pessimists    .vho  reii   - rjufrht to ft
f,     know belter, n I un injei if CONFIDENCE three X
9    times a day. the dose to be couti d until thoy become i
9 optimists    Heing optimists we are  happy:   everybody ~fa
ft should be optimists and happy. 9
9 ,\   pessimisl   is always unhappy, worries aboul every J
♦     little thing and   if there  i.s nothing lo tvorr"    I    - ;|*
ft frets because there isn't and pokes around in e er,\ holi ft
ft and corner looking for things to tind fault aboul      The ft
2 optimisl   starts  the day  wilh  trladncss  In hit heart, u ft
X     smile on his face, and enjoys every moment of tl n j.
9 An investment in optimism will uin- better rei ims than *£
I.   li   Itiilnsfonl ol Win ni in,,.., ,i. w. , S"*
Kennedy ol Mucl I, W   .1   Holloway I fc
oi Winnipeg, and John .1 Hinn.s of
Vancouver were guests nl the ('run
brooli  Mondny
E   K    .1 s "I Kimberley,     Oust
Thoi* Jiml M    w    Schilling of Perry
iml  K,i   I'Yiilm   Mnrysville
•■en    miosis   jii    the   t'osmopolftan  mZ
Monday **Z
Unvld Mali  ami .1   Tnynton ol Win
lenncrc   pent  wveral days at   Cran
thl     week      Mi     Bnlc   is mi
• n-i'i   in thl,    districl   nnd    him
i ,.m  frlcndf nt Cranhronk who woro
hlco 1-1   l"    i'i-  lum       Ml    Hull,  is nn
waj  i" lievoh toko to tnko chnriio
"i tin' construction   nf n dum which
will lie Imili    serosa    il,.,   Columbia
Hvw nl  thul  poinl
THEME is nn   Hi'i'iin of comforl  in wonrltiR our shirts -m
then there's satisfaction in ovory ono of thom   Nn bill 3
tons coming nil tho tlrst time you put  tln'iti ou, in fnoi -3
im Kirk coming ut nil 3
YOU'LL BB SATISFIED II" V11I   THY OUfl SWOTS, 7*t
Minis (In')  rijiim.'l
.Shin-    tl.llll
M.'lis    Ilim.   Stripi'
I'llllill.'! Shin. «l..',ll
Mens Uri!)    Army
l'"laiin.'l Shirts,   . *l,7*
Mann    llin.-   Twill
r'liiini.'l Hlilrls + l.".'i
M.-ii-. (iruy   Melton
Manual Hhli'lu.      »2.2fi
mhrook    Clt)    flund    aro
n-Kiiliirl)   twice oncb  week
direction   ol     Mr      .Inmei: t *—    gussets nc in.ascsa
1   new bnndmuslor propi
1\Sf1f      Minis - Iiiui-   Hi'i'tfu
VA      Hlilrls  t2.tsl>
SLAMS  DOUBLE  STITCHED
till
llll
t, ..un,''. 1
V    anything else.    iJ|)limism is like love, ilcanl
ft     and it is also as free ns the air      Any  old pessiu
ft     exist, bul il lakes an optimisl to really LIVE
§
1 J. D. McBRIDE I
• Crunbrook, B.C. HARDWARE J
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1 concur!    which tlir I111111I
11,    week .it     uun'   suit
Imli   «ill In-   decided mi
blind  having   teciirod llie
Unii    Smith"  tin,  1.
.nh,    I" ru" ..in-   nl In.'.
I'ltiiiniiii'iit.    ni   tin-    up
,<l.i
Mill!'
I     MENS
K    WINTER
ii)    llh      The   blind    will  ri
■"I'     nlectloni    'liuiiii'   llio ni C rune
mi.'i,'       Tbo    people  "I   rum   tZ l/Ar">
 1  nltond    lhis i-iiii-i 1.111    t
i" help „i,.i onciini'iige lhe In \SZ
-'-■    in     niiili'i    ciiiisldoruhlo ox    SZ
I:  lhe l.i.iid gol  the support   S*
i-  1    .  mon  mid  citizens nl  £"-
 icy  will  give Cninbrook
•!    11 .1    lunula in     llriiisli
In connection with the bnnd thoro
;i  in-1 i-Iiikh orchestrn  whicli will
iniiili  music    Inr   concorls, dunces.
id nil ocensions whoro good music
n Ire"
Prices 7Je., s|,oil, *|.lTi. Ipl.[i(l,
si.r.*i ami ifii.t'ti Knell.
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I Burns Brothers
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Held Block 2»
Cranbrook, 11.0,    ~g
Edison Theatre
1'ol'laerly Weiitwitrlh Hull.
I'oN'n.Nliirs PKRIWRMANCK
Moving Pictures
Illustrated Songs
DOOHS   OPEN   7-1I0   P.M.
SHOW STARTS 7-45  P.M.
Admission Adults IB Cents
Children 10 Cents
REMEMBER
Entire Change of Programme
■very Monday and Thursday.
«S«969i
Try Smoking
"GARRICK "
Perfectly
SWEET
Always
COOL
Manufactured  From
THE
FINEST LEAF
S. J. MIGHTON   f
TOBACCONIST \
I lake Contracts for any kind
of LOG CUTTING, DITCH
WORK, Etc,
I always have men ou hand
to supply to work-.
Call in at Quong Yuen Storo
for furl her inquiries.
Dick Lum
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