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Array Vol. 12.
CRANHROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, WOO.
No. 42.
CONFERKNCE OF PREMIER j
McBride Retires After Hard Fight
- British Columbia Cold Decked
by Foderal Government.
The conference of Provincial
premiers, at Ottawa, have roach-
od a conclusion, and British Co.
lutnhiii,   while   getting   on    in
ereiiseil subsidy of (1115,000, n
total ofll50,000, has been "cold
decked" by the Olltiwtv ftovorn-
ment,
Mr. McBrlde's resolution for
reference to arbitration wus
voted down by S to I. Mr Mc-
Hride made the following declaration! "1 protest tlint the question of British Columbia's claim
upon the Dominion government
for reference should not bo considered at the conference hill
Ihal It is n question between the
government of British i'n
lunihiii uud the fedoval government."
Tho text of premier McBrlde's
alternative proposal to arbitration wus as followsi
"Thai in case the proposed
readjustment of subsidies, as sei
out in the resolutions of the Quebec conference of provincial
premiers, be accepted by the do
minion government, there shall
be paid to the province of lint-
is!) Columbia each and every
year, in addition to the payment
and subsides otherwise provided,
an amount understood to bo what
the dominion of Canada is willing to pay and the province of
British Columbia to receive as u
nominal recognition of the disabilities borne by the piovlnce
owing to the peculiar physical
conditions and for the other
causes set forth in the case of
British Columbia for better terms
and tlie attached memorandum
that the said annual amount shall
be fixed in the following manner:
One dollar per head until the
amount reaches #800,000, to remain tixed until the population
is sMuO.OOO; 7a cents per head of
the population thereafter until
the amount, reaches #400,000 per
annum, to remain tixed until the
population is H0O.OO0; 50 cents
per head of the population thereafter until the amount reaches
#500,000 to remain ttxed until the
population is 1,000,000; Illi 111
cents per head thereafter until
the amount reaches #000,000, to
remain tixed until the population
is •.',51111,1100; its cents per head of
the population thereafter."
The following from the Mon
treal Star, will give the readers of
The Prospector some idea of the
tight thai was made by Mr.
McBride for belter terms for
British Columbia:
I'UI'.MIKIl MCHUIIIi; MAKINI1 A
CIKKAT FIGHT,
"It is an open secret tlmt
practically tho entire day was
devoted to the demand made by
Premier McBride, of British
Columbia, for special I real ment
for the coast, province. As a
matter of fact the light that Mr,
McBride is putting up for British
Columbia has been tlie feature
of the conference. He is a big
man physically aud has been a
big man in the convention, and
the manner in which he has
pressed his case has produced u
marked impression. 'I'he peculiar conditions and position of
the province have been set forth
under the following heads: The
cost of administration, owing to
the physical character of the
country; the distance from tiie
commercial, industrial and administrative centres of Eastern
Canada: the noh-industrial char
acter of the province as compared with Eastern Canada, where
by a large percentage of goods
is imported and consumed, Increasing the contribution to the
Federal Treasury in tlie way of
taxes, in the ratio of three to
one; the disadvantage of tlie
province in llie relation of markets for its special products.
The representatives of British
Columbia, having secured from
the conference recognition of tho
jusl elniins ol tin- province
presses tlie consideration that
the additional amount that British Columbia should receive
I'nan lhe Federal Treasury, In
the event of ll readjust menl i.l
llie   linaiicial    relations  of    lhe
provinces with the Dominion,
should be determined by arbl
trillion, 'I'u this proposal llie
l.ilieral provincial representor
lives demurred. They want Mr.
McBride in state the amount
which In his Judgement British
Columbia should receive ill llqul-
dillion of hot' special claims. Tn
this, it is reported, Mr. McBrldo
otnphutically objected, Such a
request, if acceded in. would
leave him npen tn attack and
criticism. Mr, McBride is Inn
asliite In place himself in lhis
position, and he knows ihal when
lie asked for an iin part ial tribunal io determine the amount
in hard cash for British Columbia's claim, Ihal lie is nn sure
ground in a political sense,
KTUONlil.Y PUKSSKDTO FIX SIM.
ll is staled that Mr. McBride
was strongly pressed In li.v Iiie
sum whicli in his judgement lhe
provinces should receive, bul
until the western premier has
received from Sir Wilfrid Laurier a definite refusal of an hide-
pendant tribunal in determine
this point, lie will tint give way,
OFFISH   I'Ot'NTKK    PROPOSALS,
Tlie Federal Ministers luul a
number of counter proposals lo
moke, one of them. it. is said,
being that in consideration nf
increased subsidies the provincial governments should cease
taxing corporations of all kuitls
operating under Dominion charters. This suggestion is not
likely to be kindly received by
the provinces. Another proposal was that the provinces abolish luxes on commercial travellers. As the revenue from this
source is comparatively small
the request will in all probability
bo acceded to.
It will be observed from
Ihe above counter proposals that
the Federal Government while
making a pretence of giving
better terms, demand as a "Quid
pro quo" that tlie provincial
government should cease to lax
corporal ions operating under
Dominion charters.
The following editorial from
the Vancouver Daily Province
hits the nail squarely on the
head. . when it says: " Thai
British Columbia is taxed to the
limit for federal purposes, and
gets practically nothing in
return.
"British Columbia has never
been able to get jusl ice from
Ottawa, and perhaps until the
balance of political power swings
westward it never will. Politicians come to us from iho-Kasl
and speak in glowing phrases of
our potential riches, our wonderful climate. In tho matter of
complimonis thoy never tire.
We are ii great people, and our
COUlltry is beautiful to behold.
The coasl is ns near Utopia as it
is possible lo gel in this worka
day world.
So they tell us year after year.
But when it comes to financial
mailers British Columbia is still
the milch cow of Confederation,
We aro taxed to the limit for fed
eral purposes, and jjel practically nothing in return—not
even decent consideration of our
honest grievances.
Apart from the machine publicans lliere will he no difference
of opinion regarding lion. Mr.
McBrlde's withdrawal from ihe
conference of provincial Premier
on Saturday a conference thai
would have been farclal were it
not uf such import to us all.
The question of justice, of British fair play, did not appear to
enter into tho calculation. We
asked for broad, and were offered
a stone Under the circa ins! a nee
Mr. McBrldo could not in fairness to his country and bis   pen
pie iiii other than he  did.   ami il
should Ue a source of satisfaction
and gratification to us all that
lie saw tlie one decent, manly,
I1n1111r11l1leenur.se Inlilkeanil luul
the moral nerve In lake il.
Whellier all  appeal   In  Greal
Britain will change the situation
only time eiin tell. What wo
k'l.nw now is Dial llie widely
heralded conference bus proved
abortive    and thai   the    Hon
Richard   McBride  stands mil  lis
III" in un who  did   llie   I'lghl
tiling ill llie rlglll lilllc ill llie
ihilil way.
Ruck   Ilawinan.
(Ince more, wedding bells have
I ii  ringing in our city.   On
iliis   occasion   the contracting
parlies being Mr. I'liurles K.
Buck, the popular proprietor of
"The Palm", and Miss Eupliomla
Hawaiian nf Coll iug wood, Ontario
'I'he ceremony was performed at
llie residence of Mr. anil Mrs.
F. Parks nf Baker Hill hy the
Kev. .1. I'. Westman. Only a
few invited guests were present.
Mi'. Ross Carr acted as groomsman and Miss Margaret Mc-
Keclinie nf Collingwood us
bridesmaid. Tlie home was
tastefully decorated and the
bridal couple passed under the
arch at the appointed hour. Tlie
bride was dressed in a rich costume of silk and curried u
shower bouquet. Congratulations being over, all sat down to
lhe wedding dinner kindly prepared by Mrs. Parks. Soon the
social cluit was disturbed hy tlie
sound of musical instruments,
and it was learned that the baud
was in attendance, having come
to do honor to their old friend, tlie
candy man. After a few selections, the members were invited
to the house where Ihey found
many good things prepared.
Speeches followed, then all left
for home wishing tlie bride and
groom many yearsof happy life.
Mr. Buck has resided in Crunbrook for nearly one and a half
years and in that lime has worked up a large business in the
home-made candy line and by his
genial manlier hus won a host of
friends who now join in congratulating him. Mrs. Buck is
welcomed lo Cranbrook in all
the western big lieartedness and
Tlie Prospector lakes no second
plaee iu ils congratulations.
PEOPLE YOU MAY KNOW
Hagan   Olson.
Married, at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Stewart on
Wednesday evening b** Ihe Kev.
W. O. W. Fortune, Mr. Paul
Hagan of Wilkes, B.C., and Miss
Marl ha Olson nf Norway. Mr.
Hagan is one of lhe most prosperous fruit growers in this
province. The bride coining
from Norway. The contracting
parties were friends and schoolchildren in their native land.
Fresh Tomatoes at Stewarts
today.
Westminster Abby Choir.
Mrs. Vi. .1. Robson. the advance
representative of the Westminister Abby Choir arrived in the
city Thursday to look after the
linal arrangements for tho appearance of this famous organization, who appear hero at tlie
Presbyterian Church Thursday
evening October 25th. In conversation, about the parly, he
said: "We are looking forward
lo our tour in the wesl with a
great deal nf pleasure, Our
lour iu Hie eust lias beeu a
pleasure to us and our audiences
After appearing al Craubrooli
and Nelson, we godircol lo Vancouver ami will then sail on Oct.
2!i for the Orient. This is our
second tour ami will lake over a
year tn complete. I lur lirst lour
embraces a COnsecutivo series of
llllll concerts and spread over a
distance of (12,000 miles. Our
company number ulovon people,
Ibe Foromosl urlists lhat can he
obtained."
V sitors Here and There*   Peojlo
Who Come to Cranbrook and
Those Who Go Away.
Ladies and childreiis shoes ul
cosl ul Hill A Co.
I'i. II. Phelps of Spokane was
in lhe city Friday.
0, M. Khov nl < llliiwa was in
lown Friday,
Hugh Forsyth of K'nubeiiev
in town Wednesday.
B. 1'. Cooke dilove over from
Fori Steele Monday on business
Mr und Mrs. I''. I'. Bryuui
visil ed Fertile Tbanksgivingday.
Consluhlo .1, Walsh nl* Foci
Sleele was in the cily Friday oil
legal husiness.
.1 .1. Mackay, and II. II.
Johnson of Vancouver wore registered nl tho Cranbrook Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. II. .lames of
Toronto were visitors at Craubrooli Tuesday.
A P. Chenetle or Marysville
was transecting business at
Cranbrook Tuesduy.
I.. L. Largie, and A. M. Kl-
wood of Jaffray wmv in lown
Tuesday.
V. Hyde Baker returned Monday from a business trip to Elk-
mouth.
Wlien going down Armstrong
Avenue get some of Stewarts fine
Chocolates.
T M. Roberts and George
Hoggarth were outing at Perry
creek Sunday last.
Mr. and Mrs. J. (i. McDiatned
and F. W. Western of Toronto
were Cranbrook visitors Friday.
K E. Jones, manager at the
Sleniwinder mine was in town
Saturday lusi on company business.
Mr. Chas. Levett, Mrs. T.
Fenwick, Miss Henderson, and
Geo. Geary were Crunbrook
visitors Tuesday.
Archie McVittie, returned
from the Flathead country where
lie has been engaged in surveying several eoal claims.
,1. A. Taylor of Toronto, W.J.
Sadler of Montreal, and A. Vi.
McKenzie of Portland, were
gnosis al the Cranbrook Tuesday
J. O'Connors and E. F.
O'Connors of Bradford. Pa., were
guests at the Cosmopolitan Tuesduy.
Get your tickets in advance,
and be sure of hearing llie Westminster Abby Choir on Thursday
evening next at the Presbyterian
Church.
Contractors Oeo. Leask &Co,,
are pushing the work ou tlie
curling rink, when completed
Ihe rink will be lhe tines! in the
province.
Win. Snininerville of Calgary,
R. B. Lead of Colemen, Robt.
Campbell of Moyio und D. Bruce
of Macleod were guests at Iho
Craubrooli Friday
Ladles! While this sale continues we have arranged wilh our
dress maker in make suits from
#5 up. and we guarantee satisfaction and  no inistits.    Hill & Co.
Special evengolistic services
at the Baptist Church nexl Sun
day evening. 'I'he subject will
lie "Aiuhilion." In the morning
llie Pastor will preach upun '"I'he
secret of Success." Appropriate solo lit night, AH made wo-
come.
ti. T. Richardson of
Fish Lakes wus in town
Thursday, Mr. Richardson reports Uml the Bull River Mill
nig Co., are now ongaged in
building a llunio large enough lo
carry the waler of Bull River,
and when completed il will he
lhe largesi in this province.
We hnve a groat inline lor sell
ill-   the   liesl.     "STEWARTS"
Olu lutes  and   Bon   lions  are
made    for    those    who  desire
quality    pure und delicious.    II
Stewart, Armstrong, Ave
Wm. I'urlin i.f Fnri Steele «a>;    Mrs.   II.   Kershaw   ami    her
in llie city Friday ou busiliu!
R. E. Beanie was at Nelson
this week* nn husiness.
Mrs. Lester Clapp was visiting
friends ai Craubrooli this week.
Mr. E. 0. Smith of Marysville was in the city Wednesday.
.1. I)    Whilehniise  of   Detroit.
Mich., was in ibe eiiy Monday,
t loorgo Rogoru of Lethbridge
was u Cranbrook visitor Monday.
Dr. Wuii drove ovor from Fori
Sleele Tuesday on business.
I>  .1. Elmer of   Moyie   was   in
ihe city Tuesday,
Mr. ami Mrs. Cecil Prest und
his mother Mrs. Prest were out
inu'in Wasa Thanksgiving Day.
Mr. und Mrs. A. E. McNiingh
Ion of Vancouver were visiting
friends ut Craubrooli Thursday.
A. Carney of Kaslo. a govern
menl timber inspector wns in lhe
city Thursday.
E. C. Brinlcloy and J. Gourloy
of Vancouver were registered nl
the Oranbrook Friday.
.1. F. Huchcrofl came down
from Marysville Thursday nn
business.
Don't forget to hoar tho famous
Westminster Abby Choir at the
Presbyterian Church Thursday
evening next.
J. Maynes of Wasa, B. E,
Taylor of Kimberley, and Alex
Smith of Mayook were guests at
the Cosmopolitan Friday.
The Loyal Temperance Legion
were busy Thursday afternoon
giving un entertainment in Put-
mores Hull.
Mr. and Mrs. ,1. II. McBride.
and Mr. and Mrs. O. 'P. Rogers
were outing at Wasa Thursday
iiiui Friday of this week.
D. Cameron of Fort Steele
Junction, and Geo. Wilson of
Wardner were guests ut to Cosmopolitan Thursday.
Mr. Chas. Reid and children
have gone to Edmonton on a visit.
Thoy will be absent for several
weeks.
1). S. Miller or Calgary. T.  C.
Fleming of Vancouver, and S.ll
Wixou of Janesville. Wis.,  were
guests al the Cranbrook Thurs-
day.
We have 2o Ladies suits of lasl
year's designs ranging iu price
from #15 to #80, we will bunch
the lot and sell them at #8.50,
Ask to see this line.    Hill St, Co.
,\. C. Bowness went east this
week on business. He wus at
Elko, Baynes Lake und Elkmouth
uud reports having very pleasant
trip. _^
The work on the government
and civic building was resumed
Friday. A cur load of cement
has been received, and the building will be pushed lo completion
ns rapidly as possible.
A regular monthly meeting of
Cranbrook Lodge A. F. &.A. M..
was held iu Masonic Temple ou
Thursday evening. There were
a large number nf visiting
brethren in attendance.
R   M. Kelly, Inspeclnr of  llu
CHURCH ANNIVERSARY
mother Mrs.  Bamberg ol   Fort 	
Steele, and Mrs. W   R. Rogers Instructive Enter
nl I'cruie were guestsul Merest-
den FMr. and Mrs. L W  Pal Uinment and Banquet.
more Friday. 	
Another mile stone has beon
passed iu the history of the
Methodisl Church of this place.
Mel i i idism is now over seven
yearn established in this city
aud   the   growth   during    thai
Rev  W. a.~wT Fortune wasl'" ' *'us distinctly shown dur
ul Fori Sleele ami Warilnei' Ins! M'lg the services oi   lasl   Sunday
Sabbnth dispensing the Sncra-|and  Monday  whon tho building
inun of the Lords supper.   Mr,
Fortune will occupy his own pulpit for ihe nexi two Sabbath's
Our -lock of ladies ami gonts
watches is very complete, ll
you are thinking of buying one.
il will he in, trouble to quote vou
our   prices.    Tale   ,V   Sun    The
.l.'WI'lel's.
Southeast Kootenay Ore Shipments
The week's nulpiil of Soulh
ensi Kootonay m1\ er load mines
were as follows:
WRI5H    VBAI1
si  Eugene.,,.    750   21. inr.
Sullivan     ii"11   20.72"
Tolal       1850    15,215
Golf Tournament.
was taxed iii iis utmost, ('hairs
were packed Into every corner
and In tl ntrunce righl lo the
streel Efforts    had   I tl I 10
tn secure tbe services of Rev,
.lames Tumor hut who, owiug to
ill health was ie a able in attend.
The pastor took the services fur
ll ccnslon   ami   found    both
morning und evening very
appreciative congregations I hi
Monday evening a bunquel was
held in Hie gymnasium building,
iliis wus packed Wo are sale
in sa,\ ing thai   never   was   lliere
seen  in this place a liner spread
The annual npen  tournament Unn  „,„  udiGS  Aid ful.njs]K,d
of ihe  Kootonay Golf Club of L„ tnis ocollsion.  * ,\ti..i  dinner
Crunbrook  has jusl  closed, the L  V(1|.y   int0|.esting  progrnn	
linnls in all events being conclu- ...„„ ,.,.M,j,,,.,.,i as follows'
iled ul tho links on Thanksgiving |    Addl.GSS0S by Mr, \\* T.   Reid
Day    The Club has had a most
enjoyable season, wilh ti large
number    of     members,     and
although the tournament just
held is the official closing, the
devotees of the game, the real
on Sunday Selii.nl work. Dr.
Connolly, League wink. Mayor
Rogers. Church inlluence Mr.
Vi. G. Mi,in.ii. Our Oullook.
Mrs. Vandecur, Ladies Aid. Mr.
A   A. McNeil. V, - Men     Mr.
golfers, are looking forward tolj] A. "iarvoy, How "outsiders
several weeks play before put- View Us
ting away their clubs, A large q<ile ttddrosses were of n high
number of prizes were contested ',,„,,,. .„„, „„ 5polfe ,,„,,„,,„,*„<;.
for in the various matches, andk, „, ,,,,. „,„.,< Tne ,„„sil„,
lhe following nre ihe  results:    i p(lp1 m . highly slUisf(lcl0Vy ;llld
was as follows:
Mrs,    Rycluuan.    piano   solo.
Misses Hulchcrofl and Connolly,
piano   duett.       Mr.    and   Mrs.
I Morton,  vocal   duetl      Mr. II.
Club championship,
Ladies,   Miss Armstrong.
Men.   A. O. Nelson.
Long drive,
Ladies,   Miss Armstrong,
Men.   C. II. Pollen.
Approach and putt,
Ladies.   Mrs. Morley,
Men,    M. A. Beale.
The clock,
Ladies.   Miss Moffat.
Men,   C, 11. Dunbar.
Homes" hole.
Ladies,   Miss Armstrong:
Men.   A. C, Nelson.
Since the Curling Club is
getting under weigh, il Is presumed that al leusl the male
members of  the Golf Club will
Simiiis. vocal siiln. Miss Connolly, vocal solo. Mrs. W. T.
Reid. vocal si.Iii. Mr Sower-
bulls, solo.
iim' of the pleasing foalures
wus the announcement by tho
pastor, who acted as chairman,
lhat while we had asked for #425
we had already #455 as a thank
offering. Tho singing of "God
Save the Kin;.'" brought the on-
lerluiuiiienl lo a close and all retired feeling ihni the church had
,a good  foundation  for another
temporarily transfer their nlle- .,„..
glance from  the "swearing" to
the  "roaring" game,  but   with
the first indication of Spring the
old cry of "Fore" will  be heard
■gain.
Items From the St. Mary's District
Kimberley There was a heavy
fall of snow at the North Star
mine on Monday evening.
Marysville   A   Thanksgiving
|dinner was giving by the Ladies
A young business man in lown | Aid „, ,,„, m]s   Vil.w   1U)l0,
Will Send to Eaton's.
who  believes  in  Strict  busitll
JThursday evening  from six to
ethics, and consequently deplores H|„h, „■,,,,„.,.     A  parlJ,  drove
the practice so commonly follow-1(„,,,. ,,. Cranbrook,   including
ed iu this place. „f sending uway, ,.„v j p VTestmau. to enjoy
for goods which can be proem- „1B festivities; there was also
ed here, was one day approached sem.al p,.om Kimberley. There
by a settler iii a manner sug- : WRS ., short programme after tho
gestive of its being quite accep- ■ ,j;n,,,.,-
table, should   aforesaid   young j
mun see li' to pay utteution  to     The Roscian Opera Company
said settler's daughter with   u '"  'he open.   House Thursday
,,   . niirht Oct.  *..'tli     Secure your
view to matrimony,   Husiness.  Hni»0i in advance
however, is  the young   man's
creed, so to avoid', ipiieati,,,,   Grand Trunk Pacific Extension.
and to forestall what seemed  to     ... ,, .      „
home Insurance Co'of Winnipeg, I threaten an actual proposal, ho ,ey,° ™ *'   lUions' ,,„mil„;„.!!d
ti.iiD   I ii    In.   .• i, i*     I i.iicil., ,*        U..   I .... ..I.      .. I ., ,1, in .1 .. ,,,.,..»,...... ,.,<■.,
was in the city Tuesday, Mr
Kelly, und II l'l. McVittie, local
agent of the company visited
Marysville Wednesduy.
W. C, Marshall, bookkeeper
for Hill & Co met with a serious
accident on Saturday lust. In
jumping over a fence he iu snme
unaccountable wuy broke one of
his lefjs. He was takon to St.
Kugeiie hospital and is now re
purled   to   he  getting  along  us
well us possible for a matt with a
broken limb,
Ti;a was early recognized by
lhe English (the groiilosl lell
drinkers amongst Western
peoples! as an olllcictll aid lo
fancy literary invention, and its
capacity lor maintaining serenity
of spirits nnd temper is also admitted, bul the article must be
the best of ils kind; and lo gel
the hest you have lo purchuse il
said:   "I am not a marrying man,
ul   least   nnt    u    present      You
lum ws and things  In   sell:   1
have goods; when I want a wife,
I shall send to Katun's   for  one,
jusl as ynn HOW   send   I here   for
the goods I carry."   That settled
the      iirgu ut,    Cumberland
News
in day al Prince Rupert, on Lima
Harbor, which used tn he known
as Tucks [ulel between i'n and 25
miles Iriiui Porl Simpson, for the
laying nut of a city whicli  is to
Pacific proposed new extension
line when ilie mountain mute is
selected    When   ipleled  ihe
Its Funny. Grand Trunk Pacific from Mont-
  'real  in  Prince  llnporl   will  be
U'liot a   Ini  of  ii arc justU; miles long and will oxc I
dying tn let  the public   know n,,. Canudinn  Pacific hy aboul
thul ihey in nt c Ildutes  lor ; ii,.s ThoCompany Intond lo
the pi'ovlncia1 assotnbly, secure a 'ienn truffle oillier by
Whin a miserable failure arrangement with lines already
"Grit," newspapers in this pin Imili Into North Pacific territory
vinee   have   made   iu   trying   to  or by building lines  iif   its  own
convince il lectors  that   nn and by thu running of stoamshlps
election would he held this fall,    iriuti Seattle tn  Prlnco  Rupert.
How the muck racket's of the The company hopo to hnve tho
jilt the seiiled lend puc'kels ol  thej opposition have heen   forced   10 city   laid   mil  ami   lhe property
| "Salaila" Tea Co, |gn away back and sii down mi lhe nilU'kol next summer. TBE I'ROSI'ECTOK   CKANBROOK B.C., OCTOBER 20, 1906.
©Ije iyawpectov.
A. B. Grace,
PUBLISHER   AND   EDITOR.
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SATURDAY, HIT. -'0, WOO.
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WEST Kootenay towns
are takiug up the
matter of attracting the attention of tourist. It there is a
lover of sport and travel, keen
for adventure, a mountain climber, hunter nr fisherman restless
for fresh trophies and a uew j
arena, let him come toCranbrook, A
the attractiveness of the portion A
of the Kootenays is unequalled A
for novelty, lieallhfuluess aud A
beauty. The climate is dry and i'i
salubrious, the districl a verit- iji
able sportsman's paradise. i'i
Political parties in the Koi tu
nays are organizing for a
general election, the voice of the
organizer of the Liberal party is
heard irom Vancouver to the
Rocky Mountains culling the
faithful to the coming fray, and
Conservatives are uot by any,
means asleep.
In November 1904, Grit papers
all over the Dominion showed I
their appreciation of W.S.Fielding by declaring thai the Liberal'
party in 1906 would make full
payment of his service by making him premier of Canada.
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In 1906 W.S. Fielding was in
seated for bribery and other
fraudulent methods which took
place in 1904 during his elect-1
ion. There is now no doubt but
that Mr. Fielding has received
full payment for his .service, but
the payment was made by the
Conservative party who has been
on his trail  for the pnst   two
years.
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Stormy winds do blow across
the political horizon in the far
east, while premier Laurier is
guiding the Liberal ship of state |
into port Ottawa. At east Elgin]
u large number deserted theship,
ut Nortli Renfrew n slill largo
number cut loose, Vi. S. Fielding
wus thrown over hoard for displaying loo much money on Ihe
irip, and Mr. Bourassa murmured
"Will'y Captain slop the ship
I want to get off."
Unfaltering and unswerving
in its groat purpose the Cou
servalive party challenges tariff
issues, "protection to Canadian
industries' lias beeu, and is now
the buttle cry, and wolcomes to
its fold all who can subscribe In
its tenets.
Easlern business moil are look
for an enormous development of
British Columbia trudo  during
the next live years.
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From End to End of the Store
Stocks are Fairly Bristling
With Newness
IT would be unfair for us to point  to any one deparl
menl as the peer of the rest    What we attempted to
dn we have accomplished   tixed it that no matter what
line of goods you are interested in, that section answers
"Ready" with confidence.
LADY SHOPPERS
Will   find   much   in  Dress Good:
Mantles to interest them.
ami
We ve been particularly particular tn assure oursel* es
tIiiit every weave and pattern is what will be the
e.xael ,    correel thing foi the Coming Seusou
["here is a pleasing diversit)  ol I is
ableness among all that pertains to I   -
wear.     V lese lutes will bi   eut to tin
very   bone.     1 '• n   .***'..   cents   »e wil     ■
you       Iim    of tweeds and si i ges tin  lati   :
patt ns regulai pi ice ; *; cents.
We have one line ol tweeds we will si 11
: 5 cents regul i  -   a
! -    .: Dress goods      S il
;ths i latest at s ml >
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We cannot - ues here, but will
i Co Si
Ladles
Underwear   Wai-at-   in   Silk,
Wool   and   Cashmere all to
Iv  Mild at wholesale prices.
Metis Wear
We  will  sell  you  Heavy Underwear all
, sizes at $1.10 per suit  regularly sold  for
s.'.no.     Top shiiis will lu- sacrificed,
MENS   SHOES
Wc have The Frank Slater shuc, the
Liaglc Shoe Co.'s high class shoe, The
\iniiii .in Walk-over shoe and many other
lines. We will quote you one or two prices
wliii h will largely govern all:
Wc will sell you a $5.00 shoe for $2.90, a $6.00
shoe for $3.50. a $3.50 shoe for $1.85.
MENS   SOX
We have 300 dozen Mens Sox in Cashmere .nul heavy wool, We must unload
them at cost.
LADIES   FURS
All our Ladies Furs must go and the
assortment is must Complete at prices that
defy Competition. We fancy that a call
will satisfy,
20TH CENTURY CLOTHING
Sec the prices we quote on 20th Century
Clothing. While Clothing made by the
average makers will be sold at from $3.90 a
suit up.
hill & eo.
CRANBROOK'S GREATEST STORE
Professional.
HARVEY k McGAHTEK
BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
CRANBROOU,     -    U.C.
W. F. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
Cranhrook
British Columbia
C. H. DUNBAR
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR
uml NOTARY  PUBLIC.
Oranbrook, ll.C
G. H. Thompson
-~yi   UARHISTEU « SOLICITOR
~ZZ~*l   NOTARY I'CHl.ie
OFFICE   REID   BUILDING
Crunht'iHik. B.C,
THOMAS   M e V I T TIE
p.u.s. & ce.
Fort Steele B.C.
DR, E, W, CONNOLLY
Physldan uud Surgeon
OFFICE ARMSTRONG AVE.
Hours:  Otolln.m. 2 to4 p.in.
7 toS p.m.
Phono OHioo l()"i    Residence 100
if MUSIC I
Mrs   Hklnn teacher of the
mrs. nibiup        pianoforte
Special attention to touch,
technique,   phrasing   and
grading of studies.
For particulars apply to C. 13. Hold X
e.n„ The Druggist*.
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political limiil wagon, will never
reach his destination.
aaa
Somebody must be lying aboul
ihe ilni.. of the provincial elections. All "iit'ii" papers in this
province have heen positive in
sliiliuf; Unit tho elections would
lako place this full. Now they
hnve il liml Ihey will take place
nexl spring,
Every  new  industry    formed
and located  near Craubrook  is
good [or the city   ami  tends  to
attract  others  to consider  and
secure property,
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The most conclusive evidence
uf increased interest in thelumb
er industry, is supplied hy the
number of mills now locating  in
ml wails fur ihe. the vicinity of Cranbi
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Tiie Dominion Meat go.
Who will take over the business of Messi
Harris Bros, of this city, on I let. liith.  1001
will continue the Feed and Grain rs well ie
the  Meal  business,  and both branches «II
be enlarged.     Mr. Jabez Harris is im re
taiii.'il as manager
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Remember we carry the only stock of 11)00
papers in Cranbrook.
Sign Painting a Specialty
All kinds of Painting nml Decorating
attended to promptly.
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P.O. BOX 38     ARMSTRONG AVENUE    PHONE 111   £l
MINERAL ACT.
(roRW r.)
OBHTIFIOATH OF .MPKuVKMKNTS.
NOTICE.
"Goliath," "Hematite," "HerculoB," "Kotit,1
■ Ajax. tempest," and "Snowdrift" mineral
claims, situute in the Port Steele Mining in
Islou of Kast Kootenay Dlstrlot,
Where located;' -On Penwiol* Mountain nnd
Hull Hiver.
Tiike notloo Unit James A. Harvoy. Free Milt
ers' Certificate No. 11010, asotltig us agent for
JumesT. Laidlaw, Free Miner's Cortliicate No.
1111(10, intend, sixty days from the date hereof
to upply to the Mining Recorder for a Certitl-
uutc of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining n Crown (Jrunt of euelt of the above
eiaims.
And further take notice tlml action, under
section ;i". must be commenced before tlio Ishu
unco of sued Certificate of. improvements.
Dated tills 2titl) day of .lime, 1B00.
T J. A. HARVEY,
J. Edgar Davis
^   Bricklayer   ~
^""Contractor  w
PHONE 115
Furnace, Boiler, Range and
Fireplace Work a Specialty. All
description of stone-work undertaken.
Orders lelt at J. D. McBRIDES
Will lli't'civi' Prompt Attention.
DRATIN6
Call up the City Transfer
when you want youi* Furniture,   Piano,   or   Baggage
transferred.
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ST£ Calgary, Alberta.
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Main Office lur Eimt Kootenay, z3 '
Oranbrook, B.C ^s 0
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11 Gaiaaru cattle Go.
£
£
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KriiHh anil Sated Moats
KiBlt and Pouury in Season
Wholcisale  «IMCI   l^ctilil
£ Meat Merchants I i
3 IHTH
zS 4 ih'ilers l,v inail will rocolvt' prompt nml carelnl utteution
zS 4
Abattoir and Cold Storage^ J
al Calgary, Alberta.    || {
£
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a*zz Dealers in Abi
£    Live Slock
§aiaiitiUiiuiiiUiaiuuiiiiiiii»..aaiiiiil,iiiuiiiui:aiu.uuii^ •
Order by Phone 4fi
W. E. Worden
♦■».HiHi ■ ■  ■ .tm
GrandrooK
7? Liveru
GEARY & DOYLE, PROP'S
Teams and drivers furnished for any point in the district.
A. DOYLE, Ifanager
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CRANBROOK  AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
Meet every Wednesday
ut 8 p.m. in B.L.F. Hull
Visiting   Brothers  Cordially   Invited
C. Ross Tatk. W. President
.1. Bhechin, Secy.
Dr.  Coffin,  Aerie Physician,  P.O.
Box 28.
NOTICE.
Tuke notloe tlmt 00 iluys after dutu t inteuil
to upply to tlie Chlof Commissioner of LmuIb
& Works lor permission to piirohuso tlio follow-
in-* iti mi Bttuuted in Soulh Bust Kootonuy.
Commonelng ut » post murked William
Hrcokenrldgo h N'nrtli Eust Cornor, planted on
llie weat bunk of thu Kootonuy ttlvor where Llio
Smith lliu< ot Lot IMitl ,'iossf.s tho siiiil Kiver:
iiii'iu'i' Weat iiiihuitis: thuneoSouth20 ohnlns:
llionoe Kust 10 oliultis moro or loan to tho hunk
of the wild Itlvor; thonoo followltiK the said
hunk northorly to tin1 plnoo or eomiiiomiomrut
uml loiiitiiiniiii in all 80 ueres mon* or loaa.
August 85 IQOfl,
85 WILLIAM imHCKIi.NKIDU10
NOTICE.
I horoby gtvo notice thut Sixty Days uftor
Onto, I inii'iiii in upply to tin' CoiinnlBhlonor of
Lunds uiul Wurk-i tor porinlaaloii lo purchase
iiie rollowltig doaerlliod ploeo or laud: Itugln
iiiugatti post idaiiU'd ou thu Must li' nit or tht'
ICooionuy river ui u point whoro thr wuat
houndury of lot No. r<a In to race ta tho rlvir
11i-ur the iiorthwosi oornor or lot no tlici following tho Bast hunk of Kootonay rlvor In a
westerly, BOUthorly and easterly dlreetlon  to
whoro Iho wesi bouiulury of l"t 5B inter in
iiie Kootonuy rlvor noiir ihe sou th weal corner
oii.ii No. f-au. i,eoiitultilii(i HWanroa moro or
less.
Dated 81st August WOO,
Rocky Mountain Chapter |
NO.  125.  R. A. M.
Regular meetings:—2nd Tuesday in each month lit elghI
o'clock.
Sojourning Companions are
cordially invited.
WM. P. Tatk, Scribe E.
Box 4        ORANBROOK, B. C.
xwfu&w^^^
ANCIENT ORDER?FORESTERS
Court Granbrook 8943
MEETS   2ND   AND   4TH   TUESDAYS
IN PATMORE'S HALL
Visiting   brethern   cordially   invited
C. 111,.   A. MoCOWAN.
SciTctury, T. MARSHALL
(Iffioe
kosidei
■ i»i».   Sole ngeiita Hunk*
1.15-   ''""I Hard Ccinl.
TIMIiKI! NOTICJK
Take notloe thai thirty thiyn after
iimi' I Intond in apply to tin* Cliiof
CoininiBslonot'of UhhIhuikI WopIch Uw
pi'i'inishiiiii to out antl carry uwuy
tiinlu't' fiiiiii tlm following lamia in
Soulh Must Kootonay:
Oominunolng at tt pusi planted 22
ehaina eaat of tho north weal, eornor nf
I lit 10,   P.   13.   Kin;/   I hit,   mul
marked "Oothora Lumber Company,
SmiiMi   w.'st  nomor"    llionco   nortli
Ighty  i'liiiins,   thoncu   eaat   oiglity
lialns,  thenco soul It  eighty  cliuius,
thenco weal eighty ehaina in pi:  nr
eommeneeinent,
I tat ml Soptomlior 17th, IIIOII.
iin        Crotlici'B Uimbur (,' panj
U'ATKII CLAUSKS COXSOLIDA-
TION   ACT
PUBLIC NOTICK.
To all holders of land within the
Limits nf Lui 4 Group !■ Kootonay District and I null holder*-, of water Reuorda
mi Josephs Prairie ' 'reek.
ApplicatiuiiH for the iippurtlnttmenl
uf part of the M00 inches ur water from
said ereek recorded in favour of John
T. (ialhraillt mi iPe'JItrd. day of May
1872 ami Fur pi ro Hsiun lo change the
point   nf   diver iuil    "tld     Hie     ooilt'SO
nf   tliu   dih'l '     iln-    ilivnrsion    of
pari, of said rt'tilor, will hu hoard hy mo
nt my niliiT nn Monday thu 20th,    Day
uf (lei,.hfl' 1110(1 III el,'ven e'clnclc in UlO
forenoon under authority of Sections in
21 and 27 or the said Ael.
OhJootloiiH Rl Id he tiled with me un
or boforo tho 22ild day of October. IIKHI,
Dated at Cranbrook, the I7lli. day nt
September IIKHI.
.1. |<\ AIJMSTIiONC,
Assislanl C niisslotiui' or Lands and
Works for the Hniillmrn Division of
Kaat Kootenay.
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Stoain Bolloi'8 and Put'nudu Work it
Spoolalty.
Cost and Stock Estimates
Puriilshed U]hiii Application.
P.O. Box 834.   Granbrook, B.G.
um For Sale
Fresh burned (Iron's
Nest Lime in any
quantity.
Inquire at Plnli Mercantile
building,
Kerr #& Campbell
J, M. DERR
Boot Shoe Maker
All Work Guaranteed
New Work Miulo lo Measure
Armstrong Ave.   V,!!1;,™1,!,
jmriiil Ilui,■!
R. STEWART
City Scavenger
Parties having back yards,
and closets to clean, ami refuse
matter to be takon away, should
leave, orders with me,
l.navo oi-iloi'B ut tho C'ltyClorksiinieu
I*   lor drop a *H*slul eitrtl tu Bon 105. THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B I!., OCTOBER 20, 1906
EMPLOYMENT
AGBNCY
It will pay those who are
looking tor work to call and
see
Jim   McArthur
lie can  secure you a job and
also tit you out lu
Clothes, Shoes,
Hats. Etc.
Jim Mcflrtliyr
Hanson Ave.   CRANBROOK, B.C.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Atlantic Steamships
ROYAL MAIL SERVICES
"EMPRESSES"
l'tiiiii Montreal uml Quebec
to Liverpool
Empress of Britain Oct. 10th.
Lake Cliiunplain Oct. 27th.
Empress of Ireland Nov. 2nd.
Lake Erie Nov. 10th.
First t'uUin 8115 mul upwards according in Btoiunor: Ono rluss Btoatucrs
(Intermediate) 4*42.50: Second oabln
*45 and upwards: Third class $2(1.60
uiul $28,75, Apply at once lur our illustrated booklet descriptive of our
tjuperlor Third ('las> accommodation.
From Montreal to London
Direct.
Lake Michigan Oct. 17th.
Third class only littli.ril'
Montrose Oct. 24th.
Carrying 2nd class only 140,00
Speeial   Limited   Train
"OVERSEAS MAIL"
Ninety-Six hour Vaucouver to
Quebec.    Oct. 15th and Nov.  I:'
Knr detailed infoi-miitUm and borbh
rosoi'vatious for train or bouts imply to
looul iij.MMits ot* write
K. .1. Coyl©,   A.G.P.A.,   Vaiinouvoi-
,1. S. (IAKTKK.   D.P.A.,   Nelson. ll.C
NOTICE.
Take notiee that thirty days after
date 1 intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Work.** for
permission to cut and earry away
timber from the following described
lands in Smith Kasl Kootenay.
Commencing at a post planted at the
south oast eorner of Lot 6250, Group 1.
thenee south 120 ehuins, thenee west
58.60 ehains, tbenee north 120ehains,
tbenee east 53.50 eluiius to plaee of
beginning.
Dated Oetober 12th, 11)0(1.
41 KrnestC Mel'hee, Locator
SDJte Uraspectm*
SATUltDW. IK  I*.
Provincial Conolave A "Klim Plan"
Ottawa li wns learned on
good authority thai the Provincial representatives reached an
unanimous agreement this afternoon. Thoy have been in con
ference for two days, endeavor- hunt rights of the older provinces
ing to reconcile difference which just as the rights ol* Alberta and
|uj, of fourteen Liberals t"   half-
la-dozen - Conservatives. Tin.re
are iu attendance four delegates
[from Alberta and Saskatchewan,
two provinces with brand new
constitutions, and with little to
asli for. aud loss  to  expect.    If
I it comes io a showdown,  they
represent four votes. Thoso four I
votes muy bo used   for  tho  pur
pose nf soiling oul  tho itnpor
NOTICE.
Take notice lluit thirty days
after date 1 Intend toapply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to cut and earry away
timber from the following described
lands in South Kast Kooteuuy:
Commonelng at a post planted sixty
ehains south of tlie south east eorner of
Lot 1125(1, (iron]) 1, thenco east 811
ehains, thenee north to the south hank
of the St. Mary's Rlvor, thenee following said hunk westerly to the east limit
of I.ot IIL'.'.ll, theuee south to place of he.
ginning,
Dated October 12th. 1006.
41 Krnest V. Mel'hee, Loeator
TIMBER NOTICK
Tuke notiee that thirty days after
date I intend to upply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lunds und
Works for permission to eut, und curry
awuy timlier from the following do-
scribed lands in South Kast Kooteuuy:
Commenoing at a post planted sixty
chains sunt li of the south eust corner
of Lot (1250, Croup I, thonoo south 80
ehulns, thence eust SO ehulns. theuee
nortli Sll chains, thenee west Sll clllllm
to pluee of boglnnlng.
Dlltod October ll'ill, IIIOII.
41 KrnestC. Mel Mice. Locutor
NOTICE.
Notloo In lu'1't'l'.v ||lVotl Ullll. Jill .lliysnlt.-r ilill.
I lntoml lo apply to tlio Hon. Chlof G'oimiil*
stonor of Units nml World, for u Htioolul ll is
io .-in nn.l curry uwuy tlmbor from Uu. follow
llllf ili.s.Tltii't!  llllills:
Com iin-ii i'i in.- lit a 1'nal inn rlo'il 'A. M'l'oiiiiiill's
T. I., N.w. Cor.," uml'iiiiuiti'.i on UurilayCrook
ulioiil '.ik) i-linliiH iiorlli nml an i'liuins west of I Iir
Hiiiitii-ivi'si oornor nf Lot u,Mt, Group I; thonoo
aniilli IjIII i'liiiiiis: thonoo Oust lll.'liullia: llii'iii'i.
north III i'liuins: Ul.'IK-u I'llal 10 i-llllllla: tlionoo
Iiorlli HI rlnilns: Ihonoo wi.sl III i'liuins: to point
oi oommonoomont i ooutiilntnH mn noros.
A. M'llolilAI.I,.
.1. li, CUMM1NOS, LOCATOR
Auk- BOltl IWM. I"
existed between tho various provinces in their claims fm' on increased allowance from tho Dominion Treasury They were
successful today Two resolu
lions wore adopted. They will
bo presented to Sir Wilfred Uui-
rior and the other federal minister to-morrow morniiifr. The
first of these resolutions declares
need for Increased allowances as
outlined in tho Quebec resolutions of IH02, viz.: Eighty cents
a head of population of provinces as shown by the las! census figures; an increase in allowance for legislation an allowance
of SO cents a bond for administration of criminal justice. This
is unanimously agreed to without prejudice lo tho claim of any
province to special consideration,
owing to its peculiar claims tor
better treatment. Tlio second
resolution declares that pending
an amendment to Hie British
North America Act, necessary to
give effect to the first resolution, tho Canadian Parliament
should at, tho next session, enact
a measure for temporary relief of
tho provinces. This saving
clause al lhe end of Iho first
resolution is for tho benefit of
Ontario, Prince Edward Island
and British Columbia.
"TREACHERY,  O All A/.IAII."
Semi-official hints dropped as
lo the prospective attitadeof the
Dominion Government al iho
Conference of Provincial Premiers, have given rise to fear
among local Conservative politicians, that there is a "liim-llam"
game on at Oltawa. "Mark my
words," said one of these gentlemen this morning, "the Dominion Government will make ' an
effort aud a big one. to 'gold
brick' tlie Provincial delegates.
The fact that an inspired announcement has been made to
the effect that the Government
will increase tlio Provincial subsides on condition that Ihe provinces surrender some of their
legislative and administrative
rights, lends weight to the "Aim-
Ham" prediction. Tho Federal
authorities aro said to be eager
to got from the provinces a largo
slice of the local jurisdiction
over the railways. This the Dominion is ready to buy wilh
money labeled "subsidy,"
It is pointed out that the poli
tical complexion of tho Conference is very favorable to a
putting through ol the Federal
Government's plan, wherever
the composite weight of lhe Con
ference is to bo . the deciding
factor.   Tho Conference is made
Saskatchewan were sold forcush
nl lhe outset.
A STKKLIXti 1NVKSTMKXT.
.Business ('buncos Which Bring
100cents mi the Dollar.
In lhe pasl   few vein's til..ci.ui-
Imerciiil world has had  practical
demonstration of the good judgment of business inon  wlin buy
: high-class goods.
hi Saskatoon recently a merchant sold his slock at IHO cents
on Iho dollar, and lhe chief
reason the buyers ascribed for
paying tlie price was that tho
seller had iho Slater Shoe
Agency. A franchise for the
exclusive liiinilling uf the Slater
Shoe is a valuable asset. The
Slater Shoe stock usually brings
a premium, and would have done
so in this case but for the fact
Ihal other goods of shrinkablo
value were in stock.—Reid & Co.
exclusive agents Cranbrook.
TIMIII'Ut NOTICK.
Tula, notloo Unit thirty il tya ufti.r iluti- I ln-
iciiil to uppiy to Uie CoinmlBslonor or Limits
mul Works for n spools! Iloonoo to mt uml
curry uwuy llmlior from tin. followlnil iluai-ill.
ml lands.
Coinnlinii'ini.' lit 11 ppllll inui'licil A. Mo-
Dougiill's Tlmbor  Lloonoo.  s.   W.  Cornor.
plunioil iiiiimt-sn eliuins th uml sn ohalns
wnsl nl tlm Simili went l 'iirnt'i' nf Lot'.".nil. o.
I., tlionoo iiorlli 80obalni, oust 40 ohalns, south
10 chains, oast to ohalns, smith sn ohulns, west
III otoliths, north   in ehulns, wosl   III chnliiH to
point ol commotio t.
A, Mi'UOllllAI.I,.
Sopt. IllSt, IHlal. M
TIMI1EII NOTICB.
Tulle initii'i. thut thirty iluys iifliirilnlo, I lntoml to upply to tin' Commissioner of Lands
uml Works for ii s| Inl liaotioo In cut uml
ourry uwuy tlmbor Irom tho followinit du-
si'rlhnil hunts.
Commencing at " point marked A. mo-
IIihikuII's Tlmbor Mootioo. N. W. Onrnur, ami
pinned ilsoohulns nortli uml itm cluiliiM west
oi tlio South West Oornor or hot Will, thonoo
south III i'liuins. Wosl 1'H'l.n Ins, South WI i.Iiiiiiis
oust ini'IiiiI'ih- Norlh lii.'liulns, Kasl in chains
North sn ohnlns, West in ohains to point of
<'oniiiicii''i'ii"'"C
DON'T it please you to have
Photographs ol your
relatives and friends, possibly
some you have not seen for
years''
Now what about yours*'
We know you have no! thought
much about it and thai is why
wo call your attention to a duly
you are neglecting. Come up
and see our stylos and act in
good time for Christmas.
Prest Piioto Go.
Studio.
Picture Framinu a SpeGiaim
Balcor St. Oranbrook, B.C.
NOTICE.
Notice Leberby given that thirty days
from date I intend toapply to the Chief
Commissioner nf Landa and Works for
a sptrial licence to cut ami carry awuy
timber from tho following describod
lands in East Kootenay;
Commenoing at a post planted on the
North Bide of White River on tlio East
boundary Hnn of Lot 4696 near a post
marked 24nn+ 46.30, thence running
uawt forty chains, thonee North Pit)
ehuins, thence nest forty ehains,
thenee South IflO eliuins to plaeu of
Commencement,
Dated this 20th day of September
loot;.
42 James Braokett.
TIMBER NOTICK
TAKE NOTICE that I intend to
apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works foi* permission to eut
ami carry away timber from the following described lunds in South EastKooteJ
nay;-
Commenoing at a post planted 9.10
chains west ami 02.7S ehains south of
the soiilh-east eorner of Lot 0104, Group
I, Being Bridges'Pre-emption, thence
east eighty ehains. ihenee south eighty
ehains. thence west eighty ehains,
thenee north eighty chains to place of
beginning, save and except thereout
those parts, if any, covered hy existing licences.
Dated October ISth1, 1900.
42 Ernest C. Mel'hee. Locator,
M'Clarys
Kootenay
Steel Ran^e
prates are made
extra heavy and strong
Kootenay
Range
to «Monrreal I
tftr-ShJohnNjj
Patmore Bros. Sole Agents
London^ Toron
Winnipeg -Vancouver
English Importation
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rUST   ARRIVED   A   BEAUTIFUL   LINK   OF
English Vases-
Fruit Dishes ;
Glad to show you these
ure right as we bought the;
(laI'd Cases
Hon Hon Sets
"joods.     The  prices
; from the makers.
;Tonsorial Parlor
For a Cool and Clean Shave
Or a Ported Hair Cut
A Hot or Cold Bath
lT" Walter B.Lalng,,»,,;
Bakor Street, Cranbrook, ll.C.    !
DRAYING
We have boon in the business
for several years, we have the
best equipment in B.C. ami wo
guarantee satisfaction.
About that Piano
We are ilie authorized agents
lor lhe removal of Mason & Riseh
Pianos, we ean do tlie work without risk. Also Household Furniture.
PERRY & FITZGERALD
Proprietors of tho
Oranbrook Cartage and Transfer Co
Ollloo opposite
O.P.R. Dopot. Phono 08,
L C0HN
Tailor % Importer of
Fine Woolens.
NotlCO.8  iHTt
iimi1. i lutoud io
iiiIssIuiht ot l,i
lii'L-iici! louiitarHl i
fallowing dosurlbci
Comitujni'inB   u>
M'lioiiKiill'sT. !,..
iiii Ihuily Croull, ii
NOTICE.
i>y u\ vmi tlml
upply io Un- Hi
nl Works ii
i-iii.
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Kil.Clruiipl; UK-no
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iltlof Coin-
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nrry uwuy tlmbor from tlm
I IiiiiiIk:
a imsi murkotf "A,
N. W. tor,,'' uiiii pltinlod
liaut SU0 ciliiihiH nortli ami wi
■ hoi.tli-west oornor nf Lot
A Phone
c.
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E. REID & CO.,
The Druggists.
PURE DRUGS
DISPENSING
FINE STATIONERY
OUU   SPECIALTY.     	
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The Leading Hotol of lhe Sl.
Mary's Valley. Nice airy rooms
newly furnished. Table us
good ns any in Kooienay.
GOOD    SAMPLE     ROOMS
.uili .''urli-iiii
the
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Mini; uoiiluiiiliiHfllfiiiorua
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NOTICt.
'ph Unit, mi iI».vh uftor dat'
nlllo'old Miiiniolin
MANI'I'OltA   IHiTKI,
'It'Hi ('lass Work i
of i in
A   M.nnl'iJALI,.
Sept, 91st, IWW.
Tonsorial Art
fi J Intond to upply to tlio lion. Oliiol Co ih
/ \ Blotiur or UmlBiuid WorkRforuHi Inlliconco
<i  io nn nnd curry uwuy tlmbor from iln- follow-
fi dosorlbod Inndm
§\    Coininonulti|*»tii poitl iHiirkoil"A.M'l)oti*j[Hll'i*
m T. \j„ N VV. Cor.." nnd plnnlod wou of Luke
Son lltullyOrookTmll nboul U80 olmtim north
ii-iiiirlii's •> nml ItWobnliiH woti of aouth wont oornor of Loi
w u,|Mt|.Ui p i; ihonoo nouth 80 ohuluB; thonoo
fi oust 80 ohnlns; Uiom orth80 olmlim, thonco
•i  woal ••" i-liuins io point or oomniouooinotiti
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STEELE
LTD.
FERNIE, B.C.
MANUFACTURERS and BREWERS of EXTRA FINE
BEER
FORT
BREWING CO,,
§ PORTER
SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
Bottled beer for family
use a specialty
Outside   Orders
(ilVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
.4 P. O. BOX 812     fa
■<?     TELEPHONE NO. I     J?
Port  Steele Brewing Co., Ltd.
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Gto. R. LtflSK «& Co
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
'lana, Specifications
and Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of   building   material
constantly on hand.
ii     1 CRANBROOK
* HOTEL m
its vfi
^Guesls Uomforl a Specially   Good Stabling in Connection |
iiw Nearesi to railroad depot.   Hus accommo-
'm dations   for   the   public   unequalled   in
M Cranbrook.
\, HOGGARTH k ROLLINS    m
Hot and Cold Hat lis Proprietors k)
S^gS|^^|^*v
Centrally Located Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Under [New  Management
Headquarters d
men and old timers.
ll"   Plinilli;      I.'.
When you want a grind
* place to stop come to the
'■   Manitoba,
d. a. Mcdonald, manager
We Give You Your Money's Worth
•p/~VTTiyrT^     ON BAKRR ST., ONE huoll WKST ol
The
IIII.I.  &  CO.    Tl, ly placeln lown
Ihal can make Iif,' worth thu living.
oo itan Hole
E. H. SMALL, Manager
L  ('LAPP
W. ROLLINS
ii lie
Baker Street,      Cranbrook, H.C
Lighted   By   Electricity
-  Heated By Hot Air   -
IIIUmjj,.,.
Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS   POR TOURISTS AND OLD  TIMERS
| LEflSK k HENDERSON I
|    """K FASHIONABLE TAILORS    |
£ — Always Up-to-Oate — 3
I 3
£ Granbrook;, -      - B.C. 73
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Wholesah
LIQUORS » CIGARS
A. C. BOWNESS
AGENT   FOR
Galgarv Beer, Ale & Porter.
T. LEBtL & CO., Hay and Grain.
Granbrook, B.G.
I NORTH   STAR       f
I w-    HOTEL J
Kimberley,   B. C.
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Cosy and
romlorloble Rooms
Headquarters For
Mining Men
Royal Hotel
MnryHvillc, B.C. A, P. CHENETTE. Manager
Tlw iiniivd hotel hus boon rooontly oroolofl, and noally furnish-
ed throughout, Tho Uur Is su|)|ilii'd with the: bust brands ot
Liquors uiul ("if.rurs. THE PROSPEGTOK   CRANBROOK   B.C., OCTOBER 20, I'.ii'U
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Very Special Prices lor Saturdays
Special Clearance Sale
\\'e will plarc on sale this morning some ven special
bargains, they will go fast so better come early to get
your choice.
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|  LOCAL NEWS. |
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i inlario Q rapes nl   Stewnrts
"itlc. |iui' huskot,
,   Hill A i'n. iirogoliifrtothodevel
Jf opinent works shortly.
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A nice assovtmeiil of Mens
Ties regular price 50c. und "5c,
todays special price Sue.
A Big Im of Mens Plaited
Bosom Shirts assorted colors
regular price 91.75 todays special
price |t.00,
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Mens l.uuiulr'u'd White Shins
regular price (It.SS todays special
price 03c.
.inn. B, Stetson Hals brown,
Railroad shape und blucli pedorn
shape, Regular price t4.00 and
^u.OO todays special price $11.00.
J
C, C, Uassett ni  Crow's  Nesl
[, was in i In* city Mi»iula\
Splitting
Wli.i,  you   gel ii good old-
rush I I tlondaehu thai makes
your howl throb: nnd your oyoa
whirl nnd iniikos you Blek lo
youratoiniu'li try
Dr. Scott's
Heailaclic   Powders
They can't hurl you uud  they
■.top unv headache.
Om; Dozen In it Box 25c.
Beattie & Atchison
Where It Pays to Deal.
9     Mi-   and  Mrs.  .1    !■'.   Pringle
9 spent Sunday last in t'raubrook.
M      Vs \\ I'KD Early pullets. Applj
9  to A   C   Pagoll |;,,v   'P|u)s  Sow.mIiiiIIs wns in
town Miin,l;i> having cotno down
X     The VVestiniuster   Vhhy  choir
*? ui    lhe   Presbylerian    Church
5, Thursihi,* evening Octobor 25th,
l,',-\   V! (I   \V  Portuito spout
We tn usl raise money     If you lasl Sunday on tho  Port  Sleolo
9  don'l think so, ask lhe  "Rank." Mission      Mr    McCoi II  look
*      Hill &Co ' In- work In iln- place
iimu   Moyie   lo   laku    In    llio
Uun,in,-i ni llio Mothodlsl Church
APPLES
CANADIAN 9        COLDSTREAM
We will have ready for delivery
on Tuesduy our Winter Apples
drown in ('itnudii. Iiupeutetl, stumped ami graded uiul
Warranted Fi*ee Prom Dtseuse by a government otttolal
iTmt name on a box ts a guarantee of Perfeol Fruit
full weight) overy ii|i|>li* a good apple and every
tier us good us the top tier,
Coldstream
Varieties—Spys, Kings, Pewaukees, Russets, Greenings
G. T. ROGERS.
Fancy and Staple GROCERIES ai
MITTS, GLOVES, BOO
Cranbrook,   -    -   B. C.
Fancy and Staple GROCERIES and CROCKERY
MITTS, GLOVES, HOOTS and SHOES
... Indian  Agenl uiilbriillh   re      ,i,,,,i„.,- »|   \s Trafalgar day
X ! •"■'■" '   ' *l!" "«  ■'  lrl|'  to ,U11| n,e oecaslon will bo inarketl
J* I"1'-'"" Plu u- hj „ ^,,,,,,.,1 gpfvico |„ ,|„, m,,,|,
*i uilisl Cburi'h.  The inusic will be
\   I'  Slepheiisnii  nl   llosmer
il   ;i  high ordei' und tho pastor
SATISFtlzD. i
SAI.K OF MINERAL CLAIMS IN THE FORT STEELE ASSESSMENT   DISTRICT
  I*'   ,1.  Smyth,   ..lit
"ith dav of Novembe    \ D  '.       al  thi   houi   ol   Moyie Leader was in town Mon
:":;    I'usiiifMs    iii „lM j,ivum, miuross on  "Men"
ji ' ill>aliug   with   Lord   Nulson and
_^ nlbet's     All are invited to ccuue
* X   C    Mi Kinslrv   uml  .1     I' nnd lake purl
%  M. lutosli'of  Marys, li,-  wus  in
9    he citj  Momlay i>ii busiuess Humid    Jurvis    Iho    famous
•Ji lennr    siuger    will   appear   in
* il    P   Williamson  and .1    P Went worth Hall on the evening
3  Cnuldry ol Unssluud were regis "l   IVlober 31 st.     Thr   eastern
red al ihe Craubrooli  Mouda.i papers  suy.   "Like a King was
  ilurohl   Jarvis   t'eceivod.     The
Fran-is McConnell nf  llavues ''''"""i   wus spell-bound  by   his
iilo   was  iransactiu"   business wonderful volco,     Mr. Jurvis is
Craubrook Mondai "1U!  "'   natures  grandest   products       All Cranbrook should
r   .,.., hear iIns talented man.
public
uuv nu business.
A  large audience gathered in
iim  gymnasium    on    Saturday
K   If   Durant came down fro veiling lusi to witness a game
iy  Creek  Saturday  lust  on of basket ball between the C. P.
siness. ll.   and lhe lown.    After a hard
I ought game the score stood   I-l
F. S. Hunt of Chicago was u lo 13 in fnvor ot the C.P.R.   All
1 HEREBY GIVE NOTICE thai on Monday, Ihe uth day ol Nov ■ i be    v.U  I
twelve o'clock noon, at the Government Office. Cranbrook   B.I     . sl .,    ■:'• sal,
auction the Mineral claims in the list hereinafter set out, ol which Crown Grants hav t
for all unpaid taxes accrued and due and payable ou the 30th day of J ind 1	
of advertising this notice.
If the luxes and expenses of advertising,  us set oul in said list are not paid to me oi
the day of sale, the claims may be sold to the highest bidder, and a conveyance executed ti     ie pur-  Craubrook''visTtoT',,'diH'iug   the : men  are   reminded    that    Ihis
chaser of all  right  and interest in said claim legally alienated by the Crown by the Crown Grants early part of this weok. building is open every day and
thereof.   evening.    Come along.
In the event of lliere being no purchaser, or if the price offered shall noi be sufficient to pay the     C. A. Calkins. R.   Kemp,  audi	
i ,-    i      .-  -.  .   ,i     i. ,. i   -i„.ii „i. ■,,!,,i.,u- i-,.v,.,-i i,, tl„, I'meine,.   nnd   Hi,,   f'rnwn   H- Kemp of Calgary   spent   Sun-   *1'IIK   CORPORATION     OF     TllK
luxes and expenses ol advertising, the Ian.I shall iibsoluleij ie\ei i in tne i nn ini,   .nni   in,   i^iowii   ,       „„;•   <.„„„i,,. .,.'
1 I   ( I 11 \       I ll .*! I      I 11     1      1   11 11 I I I   I 11 I | \ ,
Grants thereof shall be deemed void. 	
i J. I!. Stewart, N. Heron and
[A, .1. While of Fernie were
guest at the Cosmopolitan Sun-
1.1ST   AllllVK   MEN riilNKIl.
MAMK ol-* I'NUSON.
Knot iv -1 'orrv Ci I; III Minos Mil I 'curl, I,. UO'IS. 11
ii "  Klkhorn, I., liiml
l'ii|
Tu.
Hal
Invi.-in ilnlil Mini* l.nl
Payroll MlnliiirCo. l.nl-
Arthur Phillip*....
A. II. (Il'lli'u	
■Jolinubua M, I'lirku
llulndoor, I.. IIIIIII	
ItunniiiK Willi, b. lull, li. I. Kiv. lint,
Itill.v Kriii'liiui. b. MM,	
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Siivi'i-i-i'.u. I., IHOH, 	
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Nlitlilanil Chief, b. IH05	
llnldoiirrim-nPriio. b. iiiiiii.c. ;. Ki,v D,
.Im- Stanley, b. .ViK	
Kviins. b. WI-'.'	
I'urwjvern  b. :M'	
, Sell metier, b. fill I''	
1'iiviiiiisii-r. b. 115111,        11. I. Klv. lisl,
Payroll, b. :i.*iii'-'. 	
, Siijii-rinti-ii.li-ni. b. Willll '
. SurnrlHo, b. HfillU, 	
. Hidden Coin, b. IIMK        	
. King Soloinon, I., il-lfil     	
, l.ii ii nlstii-1,11. I,. 5-152	
lliu 11,-iul Hoy, b. 5-15:1      i
llonovl'uinli, b. 5-154        i
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27 50
CITY OP ORANBROOK.
NOTICK     TO     DRAYMEN     AND
OTHERS.
duy lust.
Tate A* Son have received this
week, the largest consignment of
jewlery ever brought into Cranbrook. They report trade us
being exceptionally good for this
time of the year.
11. li. GUmour, II. Wright. P 	
M. Lindsey, .1. Mac Ross, and T. I n'[]
Hayes of Vancouver ware regis-;   Tlll. iiv |mV(, |nstniCtlon8t(.1)P09e.
teredat the Oranbrook Sunday \,ma llu). I)el.80,, depositing refuse out,
'■ -iiie the limits of the tuilsumio ground,
Thos, M, Roberts.
HEADACHES
of,
i'AISKU BY   EYESTRAIN
CURED
Cured  without drugs,   and cured permanently,
BY GLASSES
. F. Tate k son
The Jewelers
C.P.R. Wntrh lnspoutorsCrows' Nesl "um Division
ftftfty>."l4r* ft *:4ip9.":ft9-ft, 9 %-*-ft*-:4:*ft,» ft 9 ft* ft
ft.
V Comfort In Five Minutes
Numerous Complaints have been
mnile lluit garbage anil other refuse
is being deposited outsidu the limits
of the nutsanee ground. Signs have
now been plneed direntlng the roud to,
and tin" limits of the nuisanue ground,
whieh ran be approached over Mr. St.
Elds' or Mr. Brennan's bridge, from
{thonee to the old Fort Steele trail and
thenee following direction posts up the
Notice—Members of ihe In
dustrial Workers Union ure
requested to attend the advance
organization meeiing. Satuiday
evening 20th inst.. in Pntinore's
Hall, By Order or President.
I Crunbrook I'tiion No 3112,
Cranbrook. ll.C, October Ith. 11)00,
A, ('. NELSON, Coi.i.kctiik.
Kurt Steele Assessment District.
WANTED
iiiiiii  tn ael  ns   ran . ...
urllng   Rliili hi  Cran lU
-*,„■ lhe season   100U-7. | W
Applleatlons   glvlnn   rofereiu'es    | m
staling experlenee aniUnlar) us, led W
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A     ipi-tellt    Ulilll    to   ll
taker »! lhe  I
In k.   II. C.  I
to he innde
Cl'iiiiln I>*. H.C,
■Ulng to A  I'.   Nelso
NOTICE.
Notiee i- hereby given thai slxtj
days after date I Intond toapplj to the
Honourable the l!hlef rounntsstoner ol
Lands ami   Works for permission   10
purehase 11 eerluln pi f land situate
in the Oistt'iel <>f  Kasl   Kootenay.  ami
being uu Ishinil lying In the Klk  River
adjoining  the nnrtherl}   bouniliiry of    .^
|,oi iii.7s Uroup  I.   KiMitonn;   DUriet,   ]\K
enntalning H20 aeri - I'  I' — ll7
llj|t.-.l Illi- 21-1 llll} III   iUg 1-1    1	
a.-, A. M. STK\V.\ll*r
NOTICE.
*i*nk,-  noli,-.- thai  thirty days    "01
data we tntond lo appl} lothoChlefi
mlssloner nf I..111.1-nml Works for permission t.. mil iiii'l  ,*;"*',>   'iw'1?' ttml''''
from tho (ollowlnj lleserilieil  i 1-  ii
South Kasl Kootenay:-
Cotnmennlng ni 11 pes' planted I mill
south nml I mlln «•-> from the south
west eorner nl   bridges'   |ii mptlot
bolng b.u niimborillill.llroiipl.theiiei
u.-.-i onu mile, Ihenee north one  mile
Hi.-n u-i one mile, Ihenee south om
mlloto plaee ol beginning.
Rated ii.-i.i1i.-i- nib, v. II. IIHHI,
L'rothors Lumber 1 oinpnny. blmlleil
II
. D.J.JOHNSON
Carpenter % Builder
(Iood  Work  al
Reasonable I'rue
WHERE   IT   PAYS   TO   DEAL
FRESH   FRUITS
The Quality Store
Choice Cigars
and Tobaccos
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City Clerk.
i STEWARTS 1
The Lending Store
for
Choice Confectionery
FRESH   NUTS
Mr. Wallace Graham who accompanies Harold .Jams 011 his
western lour is a tower of
strength. The Winnipeg Free
l'ress says "Mr. Graham is [?anc.. Oranges and Bananas
pleasing in manner, graceful in
gesture, gifted with variety of
vocal expression and is eminent
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ly satisfactory as an entertainer"
Wentworth Hall October lllsl
with Harold Jarvis
QflMPB&lL k MANNING
li)    I'liiuie 56 and we will deliver your order pi* idly.
This is the
Gfiiebrated
Range
Corporation of City of Cranbrook.
NOTICK i» li liy glvon that llie Cur,
row 11,-11 will i-ini; nl 8 o'elueli Inatond
orU, li 1 iln-  lai  id  November  IIKHI
iimii March the Ural, 1110".
'I'. M, lloberrln, City Clerk,
TIMBKH Mil'lc K.
Take mil lee Hint ihiny iliiyKiitterdntu
«,• Inland in nppl) la the Clilull'inn-
iniaaiiioi'i- of bunds und Wurlts Inr |>er-
Oliaaillll to llltl llllll   i-ill-l-.V   lOVIt.V   llllllii'i'
from Hu- follmvlim  dumirllied  liuiila Ih
Simili Knai Kuotoiuiy:
C iiii'ii.'iiil'  111   ii   |«.-1   |iInnl.'ll   SI
eluiina unrih ami  I'i nliidiiH caul  front
UlO  'tll-WOli I'lli'l-l.l.lnllll lil kon-
cltljfo'a limher leiwe, liellig bul iiunihor
."illSl'i. I IlI'll.'.'Xi,i-l lii'in III V i'llllill-. til,-II,-e
U*,-.ai   i-iehii   ulialna,   thonee   nniitli
i'i(.'lll,V i'llllilla. Ul''I ,'Hal .'i'jIll.V I'lllllllH
lu imlnl nl in,- iu. nl.
Unl.-.1 Si'|ileinlier 2Stli, lunii.
II 1 lllfl Stii|deH,
TIMIIKH NDTIOK,
Tn Iir mil i".i iiiiii llilrlyiliiymifli'i'iliiln
we  llili'lul   |ipl) in tliol'lilel Cum.
llllHHllllll'l'nl I,JIN,N uiul WiiI'Ich III   Vll'
iiuiii lur [ii-r.ni.-.-,!,in in nil  mul earry
invii)   llmlior   Ir  the fnllowlnii ile-
hi-rllied liiiiils in Simili Kiwi Kiiiitonay:
Choice Okanogan Fruit
Persian Dates Sweet Potatoes
STKWA1IT.S  KINK   CIIOCOI,ATMS
Hugh Stewart
Phone 75      Armstrong, Ave.
NOTICE.
Tuk lire Unit thirty daya after
ilni,- we Inl I Inii|i|,l.v Inlli.'l 'liiefCnin-
111--1 i- nl   .jiiiiI.-mul Wni'lis fur |.it-
jnissiiui tn rut nml earry lltulier from
ilir followingdoHcrlbetl .nul- lu South
Knal Keiili-tiny;-
Coiiinienulnu al 11 |iohI ! milo aoillh
ul tlieHoiitli-wuHl cornoi' Lot IIIII4 thuneo
w.'ai 2 mlloB. Iliotieoantitli I mile thenee
oiiHta 111II08, iluu iiurlli I mile to plaee
ui liuglniilnir.
Iiuieil Oetoher llth, lnnu.
1 i.itlii'i'a I.iiniiiii' Conipan)', bhnlted.
11
NOTICE.
Notlco la lu-i'liy iihi'ii ttml. :lii<liiysii[l,-i-iliii,'.
I Intend to apply In tlto II.in. clilor Co iih
Hlniter of l.iiii<lsiiinl Worka forn Hpoolal ll, o
In fill nn.l I'liii'y uwuy llmlior triini tlio r.ili.w-
IllK iliiM-iilii-il tiiluls:
l.'l iiii-Iiiu ill II pnsl llllll lli-il-A.,\l lluilifiilla
'I'. U.S. I'i. em-.." mul lililllti'il I'lisl 1,1  lulu, on
Hartly .''"'li Trail, "I"'.'I 'luui'liuins lli nml
au i'liuins coal of llio Holltlewoal riiriior of Lot
.una uroup t: tlionco nortli w i'IiiiIiih, tlionco
ivi si Wl I'liiiliia; tlionoo aolllli all i'IiiUiih. tliu	
.-usl WI I'llllllia III pollll Of OOlOIIII'lll'lt I.
Ill llllllll Annual   IIKHI       A, M'l mill,
:ih -i i:  iluu--. l,oniilor,
.Cranbrook, B.C. HARDWARE S
^' '♦'*
"n* Been here since 1898—Liable to stay longer Ti
ftyct&ciftyrt*^^ diftxeftx ft
**l>i!%l^ir»i!»a»iMil«iMl*li *iwii^i^»ii«ir*iMgHl»IIMi
Ikials In Dress Goods
T. We have been ilnlne; sumo dlidfiliff 111 our llreaH Cauda
W Di'piii'iiiii-iit and have dnieiivei'ed Home llnea wbieh would
llUVO been Hold llll.VH a|fO luul we advi'l'tinl'il tlletu.   'I'lieyure
ready new however, and we liuve them marked to mill yen
iintl nobility but yon.    Kor iuHllllli'e:
l«l      Dress (lunds in Tweed elicit, ranging iii price from ii
ljl 1151'. tn 85c,    Sale Price 50c. bj
'J'       Dress (loods 40 in. wide plum uml figured, regular 'Jl
I  50c.    Sale Price 50c. If
4        Dress Gnuds plaids, stripes and checks 54 in. wide y
t regular si.6; up t<> *j.o<i per yard.   Sale Price si. 10.   T
Bl ' |B|
iii       Ladies and Children odd dials sS.oo to si5.00,
ii| Sale Price $2.50.
I REID~^ CO. I
^*B»ii»ii%g)%iMIMiMBHir»li ^Il^iWiWl^ir*!)^!*!)*!)*!)*!!
TIE HAEEKS WANTED
I li.- I'.I'.S'I   e,  always  llu
,1.
NOTICE.
Nul In- Is lii'lvli.vidvi'll Uml- HU llll)'nf Iiu ilni,-
liil iiplj'ln Hi,' 11.,11   em.1 e.nniiils.
.    ,   ,    ., I "Inner of I ila mill Wnrln forn a| hit llnoniu
 '"'"'"  'H  ' **'   I'1"'    s|   u, nil an irryiiwaylliiiliurfr lui ,,,
llllills Hill-Ill llllll il.', I'llllillH Wl-sl   III   llie    tluaorllllltlllll
,'iu-lli weal  eorner ..I Jolin  Hi ken
V   III nulls T    I.     S    I'i.   I
iiurlli HI) olinllla; tlionoo unsl 111 nil
lliil'lll    III  i'llllllia    tlionco   ivoal
II,,-, I.
Otlice and Workshop  Lewis
mfflTMORE BROS.
1 u 1,■ ..*-. limber leuan lioltur l,ni 111,, 111,.* 1-
,'is.',. Iheiiei. iiurlli .-inliii i'llllllia, eaal
furl) i'liuins, Nnrlli forty ,'liniiis.  IVeal
,-i-iin i'IiiiIiih, s.uiiii mu i-liuins. i-:,isi
fnrly'elililliH I I helliull'v: I '"T'Zs ' "" '"  '""'	
Plumbing, KooAng, Heating and     is,-,,.,- rmis. limn. I ",,'n™, ^J "",,,,,1 1.    A mi, „n
Ventilating EngiHOOrB. II Oils blaplos. |   :» j.o. oaminlniiii, Looatoi
Fifty Tie  Makers, apply  to
camp of the   Columbia  River
::;::;:;^ Co. at Athalmer, B.C.
GoiumDia River LumDer Go.
Athalmer, B.C.

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