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The Prospector Dec 16, 1905

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Array Li'3'���--���'���-/ a' '���J ���-"  4  ���'\  fr.v  V  ->'  .'       '^I1  \Aol.  11.  CRANBROOK, JB. C, SATURDAY, OBCBMBBR 1G, 190o.  No.  .57.  MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL.  'City Dads" Still Working on City  By;Lawa.  .Minutes of meeting of the city  council held on Wednesday'ovon-  ing, December 18th. (  Present: His Worship Mayor  Rogers, Aldermen Greer, Fink,  Ilickonbotham, Murphy, Jackson and Tisdalo.  Minutes of Jast meeting read  and adopted.  Communications read and filed.  Report of special committee on  government building and city  Imll was,read and duly filed.  Report of lire und police cotn-  mitteo was read and filed.,  Moved   by   Alderman "Greer,  seconded by Alderman Murphy,  that the clerk and solicitor write"  t to   Mr.   V.   Hyde Baker.., re-lots  for city .building. ���    ���  Moved by Alderman Jackson,  seconded by Alderman Greer,  fthat the communications from  the fire brigade be left over until  the next meeting. ^  Moved by Aldermen Murphy  and Pink that By-law No. -1, being a by-law regulating procedure of council, be reconsidered  and finally passed. Motion prevailed.  Moved by* Aldermen Jackson  and 1-lickenbotham that By-law  o No. 5, being the trades licence  by law, be reconsidered and finally passed. This motion was  lost. '  . e Moved by rAldermen Pink and  Murphy that By-law No. 5 be referred back to 'a committee of,  the whole ,vfor reconsideration.  Carried.       , (1  ,   Moved by Aldermen Pink and  ,   Greer that,   By-law  No. 6, being  the tire   limits 'and .building by-  lav,; be read a second time..,  Moved,,by Aldermen Hicken-  botham and Murphy that By-law  No. 7. being the pound and dog  tax by-law be now read a second  time.  Moved by Aldermen Pink aud  'Greer  that-By-law No. 8, being  'the liquor licence by-law and the  amendmeut  by-law, be now read'  the first time.  C  Moved  by  Aldermen   Tisdale  and, Pink that  By-law.No. 9, be-  . ing   the health by-law, be  now  read the first time..  Moved by Aldermen Fink and  Greer that By-law No. 8, being  liquor license by-law and the  amendment by-law, be uow read  the second time.  Moved by Aldermen Greer and  Murphy that the council now resolve into a 'committee of the  whole to consider By-law No. 8.  Alderman Fink was in tho chair.  By-law No. 8 having been passod  . in committee, the council then  re-asscmblcd.  Moved by Aldermen Pink and  Greer that By law No. 8, being  tho liquor .license by law and"  amendment by-law, be read a  third time. Carried unanimously.  Moved by Aldertnon Murphy  'and Tisdale that the council resolve into a committee of tho  whole to reconsider By-law No.  (5, Alderman Jackson in the  chair.  Chairman Jackson then re  ported that By-law No. 5, being  the liquor license by-law, had  passed its third reading with the  following amendment: Subsection ri, of section 1 bo amended  by striking out all words from  the words "every six months to  tho end thereof."  Alderman Fink gave notice  that nt the next meeting he  would move that By-laws 5 and  8 be reconsidered and finally-  passed.  Moved by Alderman Pink, seconded by Alderman Murphy,  that all accounts against the city  of Cranbrook should, be presented to "tho city clerk, who  ���.'shall refer the samo to tho committee- which has authorized or  has authority to authorize the  incurring thereof. Such- accounts, if correct, shall be duly  passed by the said committee.  Such   accounts  with vpuc)i'er'?.  attached, shall then be referred  to the finance committee, and if  found correct, shall he marked  approved, and signed, by __t lie  chaiiman of the finance committee, and by him. as soon as possible, referred lo the council,  and then dealt with in the* ordi-,  nary course of council business.  Such vouchers so offered by  the finance committee and countersigned by the mayor, shall be  delivered to the city treasurer  and shall be sufficient authority  to him to pay the same. The  motion was unanimously carried.  - Motion by Alderman Fink, seconded by Alderman Greer that all  checks of tho city of Cranbrook  shall be signed by the city treasurer aud countersigned by the  mayor before being issued.  Carried unanimously.  It was moved by Alderman  Pink, seconded by Alderman  Murphy, that tho recommendation of the council to the police  department-be.loft over until the  next'rneeling.  That tho city clerk be authorized to submit price of .typewriters to finance committee, aud  said committee ' be authorized to  make purchase of tho samo.  If' was   moved   by  A Idenrfan  Murphy, seconded   by Aklerinati  Hickenbotham.   that'    the    city  i , ���'  treasurer and city clerk- be placed  under ��5,000 bonds each, *?:_>,000  to be placed with Arnold & Roberts and $2,000 with' Beak' &  Elwell, bond premiums lo be  paid by,the city. Carried. ,  ��� Couucil then adjourned.  LOCAL NEWS.  Robert   Johnson,   ol    Marysville, was iu .Cranbrook, Friday.  J. A. Sutherland, of   Victoria,  was in the city,   Wednesday.  A. Kennedy, of Winnipeg, was  in the city, Wednesday.  Get a ticket for the Fraternity  Ball in the new hall.  II. I  o*nr..s1  I:   Strom,   Seattle,   was   a  it?the Cranbrook.   Friday.  POLICE COMMISSIONERS MEET  R. S. Baron, Chief of Police, and  D, McLean, Night Policeman.   -  W. Dunn,   of  Victoria,   was a  guest at the Cranbrook, Friday.  K. Campbell,. Swansea, was in  the city, Monday.  Mr. and Mrs. T. T. ��� McVittie  were Cranbrook visitors on Friday.  This is the anniversary of the'  Boston "tea party," which, took  place December Kith, 177I5.  D. R. Yates, of Bayard, was  in Cranbrook for0 several days  this week'on business.  Mrs. E. H! Patmore has gone  east to spend Christmas with her  parents'in Winnipeg.  The different Sunday schools  of the city are busy getting  ready for the Christmas trees.  Don't forget the Fraternity  Ball at the now hall on New  Years night.  J. Youngheart and J. W. Ener.  of Montreal, were guests at the  Cranbrook', Friday.  Dr. Harvey and D. A. Ayers,  of Moyie, w'ere in ''town Thurs;  day evening, on business.   '��  M. Mclnnes, "of Elkmouth, was  in the city for -several days this  week.  Mr. and Mrs. J. FT.- Johnson, of  Vancouver, were in the city for  several days this week.  Al' Farnival, of Vancouver,  was in Cranbrook on business.  Tuesday. ��� '  .1. L. McKay, of ' Sinclair  Springs, was a Cranbrook visitor  Tuesday.  R. L. T. Gaibraith, Indian  agent, was at Tobacco Plains  this week,', on official business.  Fred , Smyth, of the Moyie  Leader,'was in Cranbrook, Tuesday.  For your* Christmas'Supply of  liquors go to A.' (J. Bow'ness. He  has just what you want.  .A meeting'of the license commissioners for the city of Cranbrook was held, in thy city hall  on Friday evening.  XV. S. Clay,' representing tho  Northwest Fruit Co.. of Calgary,  was in town Thursday.  B. C. Keatou, of 'Pittsburg,  Fa:, was a guest at the'Gran-  bruok. Thursday.        "  ,  THE RECREATION. BUILDING.  Held Meeting in Wentworth Hall  Committee Appointed to  Secure Funds.  A. B Pen wick, of Fort Steele  was a Cranbrook visitor.-Tuesday.  ' A meeting in   the   interests of  recreation   rooms   was hold   in  Wentworth hall on Monday evening of this week with'' His Worship Mayor Rogers in the chair.  The  attendance  was . not large,  but a   considerable'  amount   of  interest was manifest   i-Rev". J.  P. Westman outlined a plan that  he had prepared for the erection  of a suitable building:    He has  had a number of years of experience  in   this   work as director  and instructor and showed clearly   that  he  had  the   matter   in  hand.    A  number  of questions  were  put  aud   answered.    Rev.  W.   G.    W.   Fortune   and   Rev.  Goodfield also spoke  expressing  sympathy  with  the   cause   and  were  anxious  to   know more of  the    inner    workings.    Messrs.  Harvoy,  Groor and   Nobles also  spoke,   each giving   all   the encouragement   they  could   in the  movement   now   before   the people.    A committee   of six   were  appointed   to  interview the citizens in regard   to   the raising>of  .funds for tho purchasing of suit-1 Wednesday,  able lots for tho   building.    Tho  meeting then  adjourned to moot  in the Methodist  church on Friday evening at  9   o'clock", when  reports of   the committee will be  received.  Hone razors and grind shears,  at Pore's, barber shop. Work  guaranteed.  E. A. Hill, of Moyie, was in  town, Friday, attendinga meeting of the district license commissioners.  Harry Drew,'proprietor of tho  North Star hotel at Kimberley,,  was in Cranbrook, Friday, on  business.  Win. Forsyth, of Kimberley,  was in Cranbrook, 'Friday, at-  lending a meeting of the license  commissioners.'  Judge Wilson hold a sitting of  the  county  court in Cranbrook,  Tuesday,   'when .a    number  civil cases was disuosed of.  of  Pete's barber shop iu shaving"  and hair-cutting guarantees satisfaction.    At 'Wentworth hotel.  H. Byers and J. Daly, of Nol-  sou, were "registered at the  Cranbrook, Wednesday.  J. Staples( of Bayard, was doing business at Cranbrook, Wednesday.  A. Fleishman and R. S. Pyke,  cf Vancouver, were in Cranbrook  Wednesday.  .  J. S. Halliday, of Ottawa, was  a guest at the Cranbrook, Tuesday.  We are now making a fine as-  sortiiient'of candies for Christmas. Come and see them at the  "Sugar Bowl,"' on Armstrong  avenue.  Tho regular monthly convocation of Rockoy Mountain Chapter. R. A. M., was held on Tuesday 'evening last. A number of  sojourning companions from  Port Steele were present-  Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong are  spending ac few days in the city  the'guests of Mr. and Mrs. j.  McNabb, ou Baker hill.  Rev. W. G. W. Fortune, B. A.,  went to Pernio on Wednesday to  all end work in connection with  the Presbytery.  Appointments  The British Columbia Gazette  December 7th contains the following   appointments:  Daniel Edwin Murphy,  Alderman and .lames Ryan to be mem  bors     of     the    licensing  Commissioners  of  the  city of Cranbrook.  Benjamin J. Short, and  Alderman James Greer, to be  members of the Board of Commissioners Police lor the city of  Cranbrook.  Rev. B. Goodfield, B A., was  up the line on 'ecclesiastical duties   this  week returning   home  Mr. Vignoux, of Reid's drug  store, returned this week from  Nelson, where ho has been  spending the past two weeks.  Will Rollins, of the Wentworth  hotel, was taken down with the  fever ou Friday of last week and  was taken to the hospital the  same evening. According to  tho latest reports he is doing  well aud all hope ro see him on  the streets soon.  A number of- our merchants  are preparing'for Christmas aud  are making elegant window displays. Among these the window of Chas.'E. Rcid & Co., to  use the language of tho street,  is a '"peach," and would be a  credit and attraction in a much  larger city than CranbrQok, and  is. a credit, to the inventive genius of Mrs. Chas. Reid.  S. F-r. Haskins, who has been  visiting at Iho coast for several  wcelcs, returned to Cranbrook  on Thursday last.  \V. Davis was down from  Staples' mill on Friday of lust  week and remained in the city  over Sunday.  A Carney, Kaslo, government  timber inspector, was in town,  Monday. Ho visited Waftsburg  during tho afternoon.  East Kootenay Power & Light Co.  Articles of incorporation have  been filed in Victoria for tiie incorporation of tho above named  company, who will operate in  this district. Tt is tho'intention.  of' the company to utilize the  water of; the St. Mary's river for  tho purpose of supplying light  and power to every wimp, in flie  district.  Those named as promoters in  articles of incorporation are:  Charles A. Mack.-iy, .1. A. McDonald, of Nelson; RobertCampbell, John D. Kay, of Moyie, and  F. C, .Parker, of Nelson.. , ....   ..'.'  Business is looking up in  Cranbrook Two new stores  lately. Mr. Finch in his bakery  and Hugo Tl'mk lias opened a  second ���hand store.  Mr. Buchanan, of St. Thomas,  Onf., who is associated with F.  IS. Simpson, of the r..,othbridge  Herald, is spending a low days  in,town before starting to. work  on the paper.,  Messrs. II. Sponeo and A.  Nicholson, of tho sash and door  factory, are leaving to-day for  fho oast to spend their Christmas  holidays with friends in Wafer-  town. They will return in a few  weokb.  * C. E. Finch was down from  Marysville, Friday. Mr. Finch  says , that, construction work on  tho Falls View horel will be commenced next work.  The Pernio Lodger says that  Harry Rhineniaii. formerly  manager of tho Imperial hotel at  Fori Steele, died recently in  New York city while on his way  io Germany.  High School Examinations.  The hiirh school entrance ox-  iiminu!ion.-s will begin in tho  principal's room in the public  school on next Monday, the 18lh.  at, I) a. m. Rev. ,1. 1  will preside. See time tabic* in  posloflice this evening.  The police commissioners met  on Monday evening. There were  present His Worship Mayor  Rogers and Commissioners .Jas.  Greer and B. H. Short.  B. H. Short was elected secretary. '  Chairman Rogers reported  having made temporary appointments to the police force of R.  S. 'Baron, chief, and D. McLean,  as, night, policeman, subject to  the'approval of the commissioners.  On motion above appointments  were approved, and Mr. Baron  was notified to that effect. - '  The commissioners .being do-  sirious of becoming acquainted  with their duties it was decided  to adjourn to meet at the police  court room ou Tuesday'evoning  at 8 p. in.,"when the chief of police would have a' copy of the  statutes for perusal , ,*  '  TCKSDAY'S   MKKTIN'd.   '   .  ' Tuesday evening the commissioners met at the police court  rooms at �� p. m. There were  present His Worshiji Mayor Rogers and Commissioners Greer  and Short.  Upon motion the criminal code  of Canada and the Provincial  statutes, as revised and amended,  were adopted for the city of  Cranbrook until such times as  tho commissioners had tho necessary by - laws framed and  passed. '  Chief of Police Baron presented'a list of equipments necessary  for tho efficiency of the police-  department, which was approved  by the commissioners.  . Thevpolice wore instructed to  notify tho women inmates, of  houses of ill"- fame that Ihoy  would only be allowed up town  or away from their district between the hours of 1 p. m. and  and .'I p. in., in the afternoon of  each week day and not at all on  Sundays, and that these, instructions would be adhered to.  It was decided that tho regular meeting nights, of tho commissioners .should be the 1st  Tuesday of each month, but that  special meetings were to be  called by the chairman or one oT  the commissioners.  , It was moved and carried that  the commissioners 'recommend  that tho cily council procuro the  required stationery for the police  department, samples of which  were supplied by tho chief.  Meeting was then adjourned to  bo called by the chairman when  necessary.  -Many present signified   their in  tent ion of joining.    Following i;  the programme:  Opening Remarks���Mr. Short,  Vocal Solo--.Miss Patmore.  ���  Mandolin   Solo Miss   Me.  Creedy.  Roading-TMrs. Nobles.  Oration ou the Society���.1. Ferguson.  Mandolin Solo-Miss Stamp.  Quartette���Misses   Finnis and  Stamp  and   Messrs.   Kvans   and  Ferguson. , ������  LRomarks���By  \ii>vs. West man  and Fortune.  Closing Address--Mayor Rogers. .        ��� ,  God save life King.  MURDER AT MORRISSEY.  Quarrel  Amcng 'Italians   Results  in Shooting of Gabriole  Cozza.  FORESTERS MEET  And   Have  Annual    Election' of  0 Officers.  The regular monthly mooting  of Court Cranbrook SiM.'i, Ancient .Order of Foresters, was  hold in Odd Follows' hall,' on  Friday of last week, at which  the election of officers for the  ensuing year was' held and ro.  suited as follows:  A. McCowan, C. R. (re-elected)  ' W. Touhcy., S. C. R.J (re-elected). ' '        :;  J. Simcs, See, (ro-electod).  J. Boyer, Treas.  J. McDonald, S. W.. (re-elected). ���  J. Smith, J. W.,      ,  G. W. Abbott, L: B.; (re-elected). '  ,  ���  W. Hay ward, J. B.  ��� Messrs.'J. Laurie. A: Hood and,  R. Edmonson, were elected, as  trustees and W. McDonald, T.  Ti Marshall and P.oMcKenna as  auditors.  Meeting of License Commissioners.  Frank Amantao. en Italian,  was arrested Sunday, at Morris-  sey, on a charge" of murdering a  fallow Milium named Gabriole  Cozza.  It appears lhat an Italian store  in the Morrissey townsite is tho  usual place   of   meetiu i for Italians  on   Sunday,     Last Sunday  quite a number had congregated  nt   this  store   in   the   afternoon  and about ."i o'clock some dispute'  arose ainoug"then-.   in   which the  prisoner and the   murdered muti  wore   mixed   up.    This  dispute  led to a scrap inside of the store  and   when   order 'was   restored,  through il?'* influence of some of  the Italians present, at half-past  live, fhe, prisoner,   the deceased  and a number of others   left tho  store with   fhe   intention oi   returning to the'Carbonado mines,  where they all   reside and work'.  A   few   minutes   after leaving  the store the dispute whicii arose,  inside the store was renewed and  the   renewal   resulted in the deceased   pulling   his' hand in his  pocket and   pulling  out a knife.  Seeing this, the prisoner, Frank  Amantao,   drew     his   revolver.  The deceased turned and ran and  as   soon  as   he   di'i.1   this   Prank '  Am an lab   fired   three   shots and  dropped him.  Not content, Amantao nin and  firoi'l two more  shots at his head  ATTENTION CONSERVATIVES  Hon. Richard McBride Will be in  Cranbrook Monday.  Fraternity Ball.  The new joint homo of the  I. O O. 'F. aud K's of P., is rapidly nearing .completion and tho  lodges have decided to mark tho  opening by holding n���' public  dance on Now Years night. It, is  iiil.pndod to ������make this occasion  one of the most successful social  (���vents of tlie season. As the  lodge room is one of the largest  in the. Province there will he  ample accommodations for a  largo attenduiiea.  G. H. Thompson, secretary of  tho Cranbrook Conservative  Assocation, received a telegram  Thursday evening from the  Premier, Hon. Richard McBride.  slating that he would be in  Cranbrook Monday.  Arrangements have been made  by the Conservative Association  for Mr. McBride to address the  citizens of Cranbrook, in  Woniworih Hall, on Monday  evening December 18th at H p.m.  Every Conservative in Gran-  is invited to be  present.  Westman   brook   Ridin  Good Templars at Homo.  A pleasant time was spent last.  Thursday night in the 1. O. Cl.  T. hall, when fhe members of  t-hiil. order were "a.t homo" to  their friends. There was'a good  attendance and ,all thoroughly  enjoyed ���themselves. Tho early  part'of fh<! evening was ���spent, in  games iind guessing e.On tests,  after which a, very interesting  programme was rendered. -Refreshments wore then served by  the- ladies, who also urged upon  the necessity of joining tho order.  A regular meeting of the  license commissioners of- Cranbrook riding was hold in the  court house "on Wednesday. ,Do  comber 15th. The members of  the commission present were. E.  A. Hill, of Moyie: Walter Edwards ��� and Alfred Doyle, of  Cranbrook.' The following licences were renewed*  II. II.   McVittie,    Royal   hotel.  Hamilton.  T. Gavin, Royal hotel. Spo  kane .Junction.  F. Clapp, Yahk ho'.el, Yahlc,  V. Dorsaulnier.   Central hotel.  Moyie.  A. Stephenson. Cosmopolitan  hotel, Moyie.  P. .1. Johnson, Movie hold,  Moyie.  C. J. Armstrong. Manhattan  hotel, Moyie.        '   '  F. .1. McMahon, East Kootenay hotel, Moyie.  Harry Drew. North Star hotel.  Kimberley.  ���C. E. Finch, Falls View hotel,  Kimberley.  R. Johnson, Central hotel?  Marysville. -     i  A. P. Choriotto, Royal hotel.  Marysville.  H. Bradford, St. Mary's hotel.  Bayard.  O. Burge, Perry Creek hotel.  Perry Creek".  Gourley & McDonald. St rat h-  cona hotel, Port Steele.  N. Hanson. Imperial hotel.  Port Steele.  II. S. Mather, Windsor hotel.  Fort Steele.  A. McCool, Royal hotel, Fort  Steele .Junction  J. Ryan. Central hotel, Wardner.  K. H. Hoharf, Wiirdner hoicl,  Wardner.  .J. Ilrown, Union hotel, Wardner.  IMCFl-SiCI*-.   .  .1.70... Drewry, Lake Shore  hotel. Moyie..  J. Means, Skookum Chuck.  .1. M. Carrol, Ontario, hmel.  Kimberley.  W.S. Forsyth. Royal hotel.  Kimberley.  We make none   but   pure candies.    Our 'Christmas candies are  lino: fry them, and you will hav<  no other.    The   Can  Armstrong avenue.  as he   lay   prostrate.    Alter this  the deceased never moved?  In the midst of the.excitement  which ensued II. Bugbie and .1.  Cameron, two residonts.'forced.  their way,'through tho crowd,  seized Amantao, disarmed him,  made him their prisoner aiid  loolc him lo the lock-up.���  Those who have soon tlie locali- .  ty;   say   Ih'ai   tho   course of   Ihe"  deceased, ' when   running  away,  can bo traced with   ihe  drops of  blood   which   followed   the   first  shot.  An inq.uest will bo hold iinmo-  iliatoly by deputy coroner Bleas-  dell.  At Ihe termination of the inquest on Monday into the dea^h  of Gabriollo Cokz.i, tho jury returned ' the following verdict:  ."We find that Gabriollo Cozza  e.ame to his death on Sunday,  tho K)th day of ' December. 1!)05.  al the (own of Morrissey Minos.1  between the hours of 5 aiid li p.  in., from a gunshot wound m  the head iniliciecl by Frank  A ma ntao. "  y - makers, ! rogisierec  ! Frida v.  ���  Wedding Bells.  Victoria, 'Dec. 12.���On Monday evening at St. Barnabas  church, in the presence of a large  number of friends. Rev. E. G.  Miller united 'in the bonds of  holy matrimony .John Fingal  Smith, of ^Cranbrook. B.C.Tto  Adelaide Susan Steinberg, eldest daughter of the late Benjamin Bailey, Esq., of Victoria.  Tho bride was given away by  her brother-in-law. Mr. J. P.  Burgess. She wore a becoming  travelling costume of navy blue  cloth with hat to match She  was attended by her sister, Miss  Annie Bailey, who was attired  in a very pretty dross of cream  crepe cloth with a toguoof cream  velvet. The groom was ably  supported by Mr Arthur Bailey.  Little Miss Nellie Sinclair, niece  of the bride, acted as flower  girl. The groom's present to  Ihe bride was a handsome gold  bracelet   and    the   bridesmaid   a  pen i'i   brooch.      The   sorVic-e   was  choral,   Mr: Liingliold  presiding'  ;it the organ. '"..''���  .The presents ' were numerous  and cosily, testifying-to.tho pop:  .tilarity of the,happy couple-, who  loft the same evening for t lieir  future home in < -ninhrook, with  the best wishes of their many  friends. ',  '  .1. C.   Whiloaore.   Nelson,   was  it     the   Cranbrook-. THE, PROSPEdTOTV CRANBROOK, B. G.y DECEMBER 10, 1905  p.;  li.  hi-  L.  CLAPP  W.  ROLLINS  0  j   ;,.'������.        p.sTAiii.isriCD   ibm.   '���'.  --'-  '':���,''. -A. B   Grace,    I:  ������  ���PU'BlAlijHF.U.. AND /EDITOR.   ...  I M -  Iy "   ���  l^'-.r.'-  ll'A  Baker Street,  z  Cranbrook, B.C.  M '"������    Lighted    By   Electricity  v-v���M;;,liiiii|||||||l.    0   Heated "By Hot Air"'0;,  ";'..-'���     .'"���;.��� .iy;':.,.-"'     "������: i'   '��� '     ���''���   ������'������������   - ' ' y      ���''���"��� r^y,        y      '..,,,.'-"���  Comfortable BedrooniSQ /  "First Class Dining Room  HEADQUARTERS   FOR TOURISTS AND' OLD   TIMERS'.  Wqz ^t$&pztiav.  SATUKD'A Y,'' T)KO ���ri'J.a; 1W5/  lar*  ���fci;  IS:  ROBERT JOHNSON  *- -      '- Proprietor  ''' s��   Marv^villeAABvCA y 5^'".���"-''..���  .-- ���; ^ - ,,   - .��� , .....       . '-..-��� ^. -       tl-       ;,-������  he.]'eadingIVBotel'of"the -Sfc   Mark's.- V'ulleyA,  airy rooms, ne"\vly furnished. - Table' as /good  in KoqteriayZ ... Z ���':���-��� 'fi .. '������ 'A.:. Z ��� "?Z;X --A:  :vGo6D'i;'SAMPLE;-yROplVlS   ss^s'   VH-E'R'E Is,ho. <k>,i i iif pros */or-.  ity. isgenqral in.Southeast  j Kootenay,"'and that- the. people  ,of7lhe.district,have', uioro faith in  ���ij the future'tli an ever 'b'efprb.V The  {attentiQii -���'6f::-the,-^home:SQpkei"4 s  j being' directed to' the.'-"agri<uil-  Iturai lands in, this viti'in jty. The  J attention of -capital is, also' being  j .directed -.-to ' -5-liC"' l.u'inbi;r'mg':'',and.  '.j'miui'ug-. resources .ti.-ibutary to  j this "city...-'.'vy.ith., .the '.''result that-  j important. '.ind.ii.st.rioA 7of ., iargo j **  ; proportions ��� are-," coiitomiilaft.'d. ,j. ���  7 which , will 'bring 'success ���audi'  "i protit.s from i'hvestiift*iHs. j  be constructed iii 1900., By ac-  'lion we can solve it, in our way,  by inaction itWill be.solved for  us, and to our loss. ,  ������������.���.������ ���. ���'  ���������;, There is no jusfiiiable oxcu^o  for the failure of any,.newspaper  in''- this', province ..Vo iconic; out  squarely   for 'one   party  or the  'other.-- .,-;.'.'���-,.' '���       ;       '   y ,';''' ' y,  ���'���'.-'��� ''������      ���        ��� ��� .*   * '���' * V. ��� y V"'  The foundation on which rests  the;,'prosperity :' of ..tlie',. c.it.y of  Cranbrook is tho clove loptiiout. of  its; vast"vlunibering ��� and   ininera 1  'rosdu'rdos.A- ���:. .'A '���    ' '������������.    .. A.'.    '���'"'���'  ThisVis aii -ago''of, selfishness  aiid every man -is expected to  dip his be;tk.i)eep.'ui tho liipasuro  of tho v'a'luiiiihty dollar; .but for  the salvobLappeai-aiH'iv lu-yshoulil  not got,down V)n   air ftiurs to,do  m  Hi  '���;���';:..'���'.���   "';���'"'.-���!'.        V :'���-',, vv;y |,:   Wo havoboeujir'thi*   business  /K.very^-u'/h.dustr^^ ^  ood for Craul-rook andytends to  ^ ^uV[)m^v. iUZA'andA wo  ai'K'S.:  wo. have tin  AGENCY  '.' It - willpay those who are  looking for work.to call,and  sod,.     ���;,,-   i, ���    .  -A V , ,,���' ���' ������-.'V.'���/'"���  A^irsaz KEcArihur,;  . 1:1 eyciiii''.'secure' yoii "a job;and  also' lit';you out in        ���     "���'-;���������    y  ���Z-Clothes,! Shoes/ 7z  ;-7;:v'':'";"'IIa'ts;''iire^^r'^--"~v';'^  .��������������������ll*��������U^����������������������V4����'a*%��U������M.��.%41W������-��*����t������������tM����������.����.  ON BAJvEK ST., ONE DOOR WEST OF  HILL   &.   CO.    .The on)y place in town  ��� V. that can muko life worth the living-.  E. ^  Hiiiisou Avo.y Ckanhuooic,'��� I'i.OJ  * ���',���".���.������',   *  jattrai-t.  others   to.considfei- 'iind  ']'.secure'pro'poi;ty,.-.--.|." ,-������,'  guarantee siitisfactkiuV  fl vSuooesiiion iiO nosDands  :"y>":"A :yy  V Suitable Present.to give the,Eaa3' <v>)  '.-iZVz.Z 'v-t'-;';, A.-A.'y..Zfeousdvthaiiva;Beautiful,.V..-.,'  PANDORAjORlkOOTENAY   RANGE  f,;,;s!tD0uli: Mt PIullO  i7\\niat;i;;duldybs-i\'':;^|^7't.(^iii-j^7 \i-ui-y  pro  . _    . ... '  'Vy7v' ;t;:i^Mr^gi;oai Uijiigs f^  ���'". 5?i',]..lta;!'^ ^resent:.,;<:,..^%'e the,La3y'o); the, -7.^77    .-ieday'aiidZlie <Zfy!of70ranbn;mk,^  ..:';. Vyv.'v.A.houseZhaiivayBeautiful,...:.  V.: A;r'AA....i:A  id:  I TiiiloT *& Importer of %  I...     Flt'fe Woolens,.       #  IA'A:yyAt-A:y.00-ti :.A:'0*  %' ,Ci'iu,ihi'oolv, l.t.t".   Armstroiij; Av'o "*  #������'.������  T  I  ���     _ ,.,. ...,   ..        .     .. ..      ���  ... .     .  *   7      V 'Wo have this,week unloaded a, car of each kind  QUALITY THE VERY MST  E  RTE  yCouie in and:;haVoVa:look arc) iihd.      -y. .-���;-. -'We-Hre coniidedi:--we o;ui.|vt*io!>ed '-to a -shipping: stage.;,;,  :,j  ;Mpre*iuifvingyAvill ::bi(* .,iJ,bnW.:j.haiV -Bi'.a:.m)s'.>w^ of th  ::|-ever/bo1;preV.mi.u^ 7\!so,:Mousdhold��� Fvirr'.J -aAA.AJ    r    y Ayi��� "*?"������  "-..this.year. AvillVbe ;icfivelyV*.vor!<wl j nutuVo. ^ZZ;,^ 7 .0A00 -..j:,-- "Speciairafteiitibn tcUouch;  *'v'-:  ���J  iy  PRICES THE VERY LOWEST j  t.'-:  y';i: ^St'ECiAL., PtUGE FOR Ton LoTSj'Call' va'iid see us before:,; f  buying elsewhere*.,  We also carrya stock of '  VV   ���'��       , Z*     y|  PERRY" & FITZGERALD  ��� ..,..- ��� -u-. ��� ,.-. -.--     -���,������...   ,-, - ,,     ,,,: ......,,-���..,.  ��..      .... ,.    , .,...,.....,..    ....           ���   .,;.' f.'V"!- ;.���',-  ��� ������". ."Pi-Of.H'iL'LOfS Of'Lt  "':'-Ar.::., J'"Ayy'yy;A.itiyyA:y,-AyAy !y.y -y-y: ::---'y.yyy..yy: yy..'yyy -Ay :.y-_y-.Ay./.:,:. y-,...y.: ,./;���:.:"; y.-y a;������ ���������:',.;. -.,.i.; Cranbrook Carta��;e;and'Tr.ansi'er Go  ������'������������������������������-������        -   - -, ;-C;Z no:.uiost,inipQrvant0veii;i-ni:>.xt  -..,'. iiioulhrinCi-aiibrook. w:iil .,bo;:Uie  ��� Vmefftiiigvo^tlitf Associated'B(.)a,rds  0-- "..'..-". 'i'   ;Z': 'iA'A'y '������ ���'���'. i'.'.y - ��� A:--y:'-'-., ���-������,. y\ A.^--:, .;-.-' Zll"Z j of vTradt*;- <>f.. vSoutiieasi; ;Britisht  PIunibingyi.Roofing,: Heati.ng,va.udv\ve  ���'���Engineers  '.'-' v -t-   '  -rr~"T7^:;^^Z==f^���- - -.-Z-^%=~��^---T^-r-W���-^=??====^-'#^Zfa 7', informal i'on,:'f-rom -th-e\,6il fi'eld's  ��"������<���������  ���ii  .*>  m  -00  y..'A.larger iiiid���;������...raynkl diavolppnioiitr  7f���;SeveraiV.compariies'^are ;nbw-"i,',i  ,vi,'|.a'c'.t'ive operation^,,,'jifiii..'it.*iis taken  7 ���'! for granti3u7;tiva<Zthere wvil:bo a  i  mAA-:  I1v''1-vy'z  myAiAA:  m  '<��������� ���   'Ti--..��  m.  mm  aM-a.'1  '/*y  &  $\  a'cS  ���f:  r .i  AaC  ', /A,rmstrqn;g7 a ve ku e  i'lii'i'se-Zboom.  M'0  Lit.'.neishbo'r:  ID  y-\:  ���|: j.  ���;-,i*'i.-."  an-  '���**,*  .yy*.- i :���.. --Y. ��� y..,,:.:   .,������-.'���- a      ,  ,'Ayl hood'thisVyeai'v in,ythevoildovel-(  '���Li.!bphieufs:6f the districiv ."���'���; Z:Vy-y  '.;~^.' I  i.:*-   ���   ......     ...... .   ....-.:' ....::'.  :,^.|Y:-.y.,y::.:y:yyyly.,:y --Y.,-y. .:v:.-;y-;y.,-:V'Y:y  -'"���':'!;.:-Can anybody tell were a.snake  ^yj begins when: he;! wants XdV^wag  '^lliis ..ta.il?-V'ZZ-'.; v: Ai'i.Ai0y.AAiA.0  ;^'Vly--,' -':��� y,--'v-. .���������.-:���.r < .,,:..'. ..-..,.,.  ������!o;..r Ay Ayy : : :.:-yy:,-':: y-A- My,-.y.yyV/t,*  As;'the adveriisingit:w'igris:b.eiit;  'C...P..'K.'..Doj[JOt.: yy  t'Uoi'i'; (m.  .Ax '"  y ..tochhique,;... phrasingy!y;and  :- V;;:gi-a'dingVof.Stiidies:yy7v.. Aiiy  '.'������: I''��)r piirtiiuiliu's ajiiily. ib C: R, tteid'it  ('a..:n'ho.-.'DvugiristH.  ;      Z ������������'-:"��� v-! ������'-'���.��� *.-.���'.��� .  0tyt\YtyfMtWiMt^ FOR A FIRST-GLASS 7TURN0UT  !f-Rock\S.Mo^iYtaiit'''C     $MMM��M>  AAy0Aim0M:.  ���v    TEAMS andvDRIVERS i   :"  -SO.   125.   Ky .A.M.  .' CRA.N-.HKOOK, 11. C,  yOyfci7^6oVDi(Tcrent: Rattprils tdySelectyFr&ni/i^  1  li  :!Paintmg^zDeicoratmg;^  and Siffn Work  P.O. BOX p  kv-v.--^'--v.--'iiV-.  PHONE 111-  V-^-V---Z1: ���'f~^-*?j?A~~H  ^^^dc^:^::^>-^d^^;^v tp^yf$3Z$pz^^  <so: ���thQ;^dvei-tisingvHreevwillvhe:  '.inclineVi'.''.'"-.:.'.; Y:'i';; '"'���"��� - A.'-\A   ''AiA .  "Wholesale  ''.AND/  77:^^y^.:7B  AGENtzFOR^'  -        ���'. ���.-���'000- ?A:';^    :p':  y   y Galgarv lieer, Ale'���& Sorter.   '  T. LEBEL & CO., Hay and (iraia.  Cranbrook, 3"Co��  c?-  ^^^.^.^-^^^-^-^^.-x.-^^.-^;-^^>:-%.,-^-^-%.^^-^^.*%--*.-��-'%--v^L-*.-*.'*.-*.^^-*.-*.-��.-^.-*.-%:-*'��'  ''''.���'.'���' .'..'.Vr^.i-,.'   W-^��   ".^^���;  Good vThings. To   Eat  V HARK!   THE ' TURKEYS  '���',   '. .'.        }���.. A tr''Com ing to Town... ;--- ���,.' ',..'  A   tr'ri'ui   1111101-   nt  tliL'iii   hiiv.- he.,'ti ���i.-ii^a'/uii. for '.v.y.yk.-:. plumy -of ���  choice ones .-itiU disunjriiL'-'oi].    r>'.i:- man vv-^itu- a.- from   th"  .-ountry  r hat 'thf\   havo  'neon fattcainiJ' in ui'i'.ii��� shapi; iind .will I.e. the ,'int:*i  lie has-CT-��r.r.iis..M-|. ".rrii.'-.y'in-" .f-r.cl.:i'. ymiriLr ,n��d nlnnip.     S'lirr .si-z.-'  JJ2 i:t'.nt.s a pound.  ZltVis": .claimedV thaiZlciiising-Vis  daifgerous,'ZbutZwe 'havo.rneveii;  heard of-VaVraore; dangerous' dis-  'ease - ..than    inatritnonj'-'.^.-lieing.-  spread '.hy. its iiiflncjiicf*. y :. B y. . ,  ':'���'   .'��� ..        ��� . V ���   ���   ���;.���.    ,y'.-''.;        - V'  ,  A;'young   man ,in -: Craubroblc  who Was  calling pnVJiis best girl  toldZhcr   that  he ���was going to  kiss .her before he .-left the house,  ���She.commanded   hint to.leave:at  once,  v   ';'.'���'���;.7     '���-..������      ���,; ������' 'V... V-'',  ,������.������������������ y ���  The order of Ancient, .Free and;  Accepted,���iyiason.s is'here, as elsewhere,-, the most substantial fra-  torual organization i'iiy.Soiitliorn  Kootenay.      ���        ���'.',:  ���: .-;.''  ��� . ,: y���"';���    �� .'  No. ��� business is so good''but  ihat-good-'advertising-will make  it better. -, -;:.  "  ���; " - Z   ,      ������ ���.---  -:���.,���������      ������''.������  Probably the reason why-cupid  is always represented by a poor  little iirchiiiy without -. any garni e ii t s'' o n . is' ��� th a t he, hi ay? nei vor  go out of style.        ���  ���. *   ��� ' V--  tt is well 'for young -women to  h-ay'e a ciiaporone ,'uiitil   she. can  ;t V   yUeg'.iihu'. nieetiu'ft-.sZ-2ud Tiics-   5:  cj , 'any,: iti 'tiauh   iiitmt.}i,*'tit  oig-lit,, S:  ���-s'"'.'o'clock.'-''"-.'���' *.,'���.���'���  '..������-������,'''- >���"-:  '<"'   '���'���   -    -   A A-'-':'.-".  '        : Ai'-'���'",: :-:A-'%  :="      Soio'irinii"- '<.;oniiiiuiionf.'Viiro   S  ;i ������i-ot-diiillyiiivir-ocl. Yy, ' '"'������':-.", ' -'.'..-������ �����  ,:E -'.':,'''"*��� VH'���,;il. BUjItKOVV, Soi'tJUo, H. V. 3;  ,j.-. .,:,.. .v....,.,,..���   .���-....���;....,.,,..        rv.--Y.y~:  Professio^ial;  .VHARVEYV&-McCARTBR  BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS  . ���:���'.!- :f'y. y-  iA:AAi.  V,':CR'A^13U001i. v V-V   B.C.���;  i:yy:w  ;':.Euriiishoci 'for'auy;point;in the  district. Z-. -:ZZ-;y'-iv:' 'i<-i A;- -   '"-il "  W^GIJRD:z;:;ty  -,vv Barrister,'zZzk       ��� z  ::"yyAAA.y   So lie i to r',' E tc Ay- .A'  :.*'��� -      "    ���:���      ������'������-������ ' '   \-'   ' "���'������ i-'     .������������'  ���'.���    ��-   -  GranbPOOk';    - British Coiijuibia  j-���'������;.; -.  ',;,-.���".���;.���'.--;, ;������ .<���-: yy ..yyv'. ,-V'Y .  '--   ������;  oliiiiliier  ���';AlliWoi1k.Guiir;antcbd-v--'':''7'^'i;v;V;:,.  ,y:V feWqil- MadctpMiMisurd :  .^Armstrp^  GARNEFA.S';;ST0eK7MDA;P0ULTM;7E0QD.:!A':.[  rriis  *r*?*'f**^,i��,,*'^i'��'i*��i'**>M*''**'0''**'*''*''*''*''*''*,,***��**' ���#���'��"'  y"'y'"-:-;-'- "���'���y-y.y-:y;..y'A.yyy;y,:-. :;:���..,-. ^tj'-vy'V'-yVY, *"���" ,y, -y^:..yy~,.r:. ���;-������.:  ;;;:S-:fr-b;:;FQRT^STEEnE7^;UNpTI0N'^  i Finest of Wirie^, Liquors and Cigars  ;;-'������ v.cTh&se7.who'-are., weitry: and  thirstyjV^drop in,:an'dv  ''Alex wilhdo ;iiiie res't.-'-"7'v'-'AY>,y;     ' '.AAA "-A".-yy' A . '-"'yy  ���0y' A LiEX? 'iVlc.pO'OI^v'?. ZlPrpp'-;:AJ'777  z  ft^ftftftftftftftftftmftftftftftftftftftm^ftft  ^t  ..-���:.��� :-'.-' -o,y :.-^.-.i..-.:-.'-,;:.--.. ''.:-.-,:.:'������..::-:".;,.,.-.���-���-'..���-!-V:.,,;.:.'������.-.:.,.:.': '.���.:������<> -:'.:,;,-: YVYi: y-,.-.y:y.  Wdii   Tliiiife   O  ft   ^hen  &�����'���.'������"���      yy-): :y".  CyH. DUNBAR  ; BARltlSTKK, SOLlCtTOL:  'and NOTARY  PUBLIC;   Z  Cranbrook,  B. C.,  G. fi. Thompson  t  t  '  [have some,dear chap her own..  t  *  ���������*  i  *  t  t  i  * \ ,,' ���*���������.'������'���.    'A  \ I    The'time is, at   hand when we  * ��� must; sblvo the problem of trans-  4  | portat'ion for this district.    Two  ^2a!   llAIUUS'L'Elt & SOLICITOR  -:=>-?  .NOTAKY I'UttblC     ���        :':  OFFICE   LEASK  'BUILDING   ���     ;0  Cranbrook,  B.C. Vy   sY: 0 ,._   .   '-..'���  ';.  THOMAS   M c V ITT IE -���  y-t...-'A:y)i-A.Ai.AAy.Ay',.yi' A .A  ;'v     Port; Steele B.C.1 A  ���tt i.s -just as easvLtp'^'iriiise as  to rind fault: but it: seems like1  some people cannot get as much  ���satisfaction out. of-it.-  -^  Cranlierries 20c -a pound      I-  CALGARY    CATTLE   CO  Order Bv Phone 4-5  ���>sh���(Jvsters:7'^--a'H<:��"n  *  I mnv ��-liaV"ters  are   hoing applied  .___/'__      AA~ *   ' for.' t.lio   Kooteiiiiv   Contral will  ft  *  Vv  ^%.%%^^.,*v%'V%-%.%'��%'\ii'V'-w%\\fl  Centrally Located ���  Hote  Under   New   ManiagetTieiit  Headquarters for mining-   *;���'���  men nnd old timers. '  j\  Deafness Cannot Be Cured.  liy   lona'l   upplirat ions,   us   tlii.'.v I'annol,  ara;���.���=.-=.-..;==���   . i=���       1'. -;| |- j ]    1 l|,.'   ll i HCMril-l.)    pOl'tillll    (if      111U     I'll I'.  Fldctric   I inhtc 'Til.in-ir. only (iii.-u-a\ lo cur.: iloal'nons,  .-P.-.ill'llChK. iii Oll.llhC:(l;.|iy. Illl  illllllllll.Ml    i:on-  ��� ilition ' of   ili';   iium'-'iiis   liniiiK   ''I'   tli<!  - i-'.'j-.Uiciihili Tnli". . W'ii'-n  I.li ii*   l-nli"   i-i  . inil.iiii..-.il you luiv". a^auiililiiiu'wiiiinl.iir  i iiii|i.-rl"rl' li'-ai-im:, and u'Iioii   it-   l��   on--  j iil-.-l -,-      .-lo^.-ll.  .I>l-a-lll"b-'    l!i    III<���    I'l'HIlIt,,'  i a ii',!   un!"-...   Ill"   iiiil.i.iiiiniil ion    1:1111    110  ' tak'oi on!, and i.liih I'n.ii.-I'l'iiior.'d   to   its  ! iioi'iiuii roiidiilon. li".-ii-liiK'   will   li"   di>-  ,       ' ,     ��� : .In/yiid, fori.-.-"!-;-nlno rnwt.   out.   ol   ton  ; When vou want Zi   jjjood :-.ir.. !.hn'��'-<i i>y <'ni��riii, ^hii-ii  in uoiii-  , ���      . '     '    .        iii:>   Ii:it   .-in "iriilaiiii-il   i-oiiililitm  'of   Mi"  place   to   slop   conic tnllir.  .���;���,���,., <l���.|���,,.,,-  \V" v.ill 1.:iv.'   <)h"    lliiudird    Dnlliii'H  for  air,    i-iw   of   I >.-.:ifii"-i   o-aiis.-d   liy  I...PR.7E. WaCONNOLLY j  I      Plujsician a-nd Surgeon I  ?     OFFICIO A'HMSTKON'O   AVK.'VV i  I   Houns:   il to 11 a.m.   l! to (i|).in. =  ��� -        .-;-.-" to S |)..ni. i  ��� I'lioiioOllioo'lOa     Residoiii:.: llifi k  I     ..-.-. . ��� ���  ���   ��� i  F\- E.   KING  3:    DENTIST  Oi.'Fici-: riOUHS:    !l lo 12 11.111  lvto li i:.:u.',  ���7 to S 11.in.  - ., ()|.'F(i-,-|.: and Rksidkn'ok'       '  Armst-roriR Ave.   Cranbrook  :;SAVE7;TIMEv  ALL    THE;    TIME  ...  ,,,..._.,      . .... ,"By.-. USING'"���"���:'*  yl&BenH  mx*0  ���'���-������   :������;:.���'TO.   ������-'- ���     ������"'    ,  SEATTLE.   TACOMA  ..' Z:.''".V^_--.-,.AND'ALt.. .���'������.'. .   ������������   ',...'rV-  Pacific   Coast   Points  ST/ PAUL, CHICAGO, NEW YORK,  ' "'. .  and". '.--.,- .;������-.    Ay.  ALL, VPGINTS-'iAST,  fta  ft.:  ft\  -^wP:'  ft  ft  You ThiiiM Of  iii  ��� 1   t :&/^ r ��� 9 9  3^ r  - Ai. J. N a. 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J  j THE PELTON WATER WHEEL CO. |  f I 100 Main St., San Francisco, Cal.  1  �� .. 7-,.. ' ��� ,.        i.  ���     nil    * 'i*    m     f  I ' iriTii  iln^i  Inf'itll  itlit     t ��� ��*1*    rtn���im    1^ ���    n     ���    ���!   ���     ��� ������ -^-__.   .     _      _     _ * THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B   C,  DEOEMBJUtf Iti,  1&05  I P. Burns &. Co. I  S^: Head Office,  S^ Calgary, Alberta.  Main Office for East Kootenay, Z3  Cranbrook, B.C ^j  ����� Wholesale and Retail 3  1 Meat Merchants |  H= Dealers in Abattoir and Cold Storage =3  ^    Live Stock at Calgary, Alberta.    =s  3Dhe tyvoBpzctov-  3ATU11DAY. DEC. IU. l'Jllo.  LOCAL NEWS.  The Provincial legislature will  assemble on January 12th.  Add a"p" to luck and you have  the true secret of success.  The coming  burst forth with  kickers.  year  will   soon  a full crop  of  CRANBROOK  HOTEL' m  | Guests Comfort, a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection  Nearest to railroad depot,  dations    for    the   public  Cranbrook.  Has accommo-  "unequsilled   in  Logging camps on tho St.  Mary's River are getting out a  large number of logs.  The business men of Cranbrook  are wide awake to the best  interests of tho mining industry  in the vicinity of the city.  The St. Eugene is putting on  all the men recently laid off and  the little town of, Moyie is lively  again.  Jack Means, theSkookum creek  rancher was down from that  place, Monday, on important  business.  HOGGARTH  Hot and Cold Baths  & ROLLINS.  Proprietors  President Roosevelt, in his  annual message, makes it plain  that the Monroe Doctrine does  not mean the aggrandizement of  the United States, at the expense  of the "republics to the south."  We would like to have Teddy's  assurance that he intends to keep  his hand off this fair domain.'���  Toronto World.  port that since then Mr. E. C.  Church has received a razor made  of their hardened copper, with  which one can shave. Having  beeu made in a blacksmith shop  the razor is necessarily crude, but  the blade is ' hard and carries  a sufficiently hard edge to remove  superfluous hair. The elder Mr. i  Church writes that by the process  mentioned the metal can be hardened to any degree. A United  States firm has written regarding  the discovery. Mr. Cleveland is  expected in Halifax in a day or  two to make further experiments  with more suitable facilities and  apparatus than are available at  Chester.  CANADIAN  RAILWAY  EAST  $63.50  Mr. and Mrs. Casual  GIFT    MAKER  ROUND TRIP  Don't let thi' lij<jii<:lil of  Chri-tmaa bulbe." v��u���put  our Mioiildt-r-..  what   you  aru   w   i-mid   uwuy   for  llie  d<_-!aiN .mil r��ajjOu-il)ih!y upon  THREE   MONTHS'   LIMITED  Toronto, Montreal  PLAN BIG MERGER  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that I  intend  to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of  Lands and Works for  lieonce  to prospect for Coal and  Petroleum  on the  following lands,:   Beginning- at a post  planted at  tho    northeast   corner   of  Morrissey townsite,   thence south one  mile following the general trend of tho  Elk   River,    thence   west   one   mile,  thence north one mile, thence east one  mile to tho point of commencement.  Fernie,lB.C, December 6th, 1905.  J. .T. Cowdoray  ' 51 Per J. B. Forg-uson  NOTICE. t  Notice is hereby given that I intend  to apply to the Chief ..Commissioner of  Lands and Works for licence to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on'the  following lands: Beginning at a post  planted at tho northeast corner of  Morrissey townsite, thence west one  ' mile," thonce north one mile, thonce  east to ' tho Elk River, thence, south  following the genoral trend of tho said  river to the point of commencement.  ��� lFornio, B.C., December 6th', 1905.  ,. J. H.'Sculclor  51 Per J. B. Ferguson  NOTICE.  Notice is noreby given that 1 Intend  to' apply to tho Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for licence to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on tho  following lands: Beginning at a post  planted at the southwest corner of J:1  H. Seuklor's claim and marked W. A.  Ma'clonan'u northeast corner, thence  south one mile, thence west one mile,  thence north one mile, thence cast one  mile to the point of commencement.  Fernie, B.C., Decembor 6th, 1905.  W. A. Maclenan  ol Per J. B. Ferguson  intend  NOTICE.  Notico is hereby given that I  to apply to the Chiof Commissioner of  Lands and Works for licence to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on tho  following land}: Beginning at a post  . marked W. A. Maclenan's northeast  corner, thonce west ono mile, thence  north ono mile, thence east one mile,  thence south one milo to tho point of  commencement.  Fernie, B.C., December 0th, 1905.     ,  Helen Ferguson  ol Per J. B. Fergiibou  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that I will  apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands nud Works for liceuco to prospect for Coal and Pctroloum on the  following lands: Beginning al a. post  marked .1. B. Ferguson's northeast corner (planted on the west shore of the  , 151k River one mile north of coal and  ���"'petroleum.claim No. 1374) thence south  ono mile,-.thence west one mile, thence  north one mile, thence east one mile to  point of commencement. -Z .,'  Fernie, B.C., December'oth, 1905.  51 J. B. Ferguson  NOTICE.  Notii-c is hereby given that thirty days after  finite 1 Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner, i.rtands and Works, and to tho Assist-,  nut Commissioner of LandB and Works for the  District of Kast Kootenay for a liconso to prospect for Coal and Potroleuro over thg following  described binds situated on Alcamliia Creelt,  Block'-IHI3. Southeast Kootenay District.  . Commencing at a post planted near Akamlna  Crfteic". about one hundred yards north of the  South Kootenay Pass Tra 1, being Southeast of  and adjolniiiK John Qloyn's ooai and petroleum  Claim, and about one and ono-half mtlon HO'uth-  east from whore Akamlna creek. Joins Klfihe-  nch-na crook, being M. D. Shea's Northwest  corner post.'thcnco eiouth 80 chilns, thence east  W) chains, thenoe north 80 chains, thonco went  $ul chains lo tho plaoe of boglnnlng, containing  fi-10 ncrcs tnoro or Iokb.  Located Novombor 22nd, 190$.  M. I��. SHF;A. Locator  18        '��� JOUN C1L.OYN. Anoul  READ.  THK PR04MECTOR.  NOTICE.  Notico is hereby given lh.it 1 intend  to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands'and Works for licence to prospect'for Coal and Petroleum on the  following lands: Beginning at a post  marked Ii. A Welsh\ northwest eor-  Dor (one mile west of the Elk River),  thence south one mile, thence eii'.l one  mile, thence north one mile, thence  west one ,mile to the point of commencement.  Fernie. B.C., December Oth,. 1905.  ft. A'. Welsh  51 Per J. B. Ferguson  NOTICE.  -  Notice is hereby given th.il I intend  to apply to the Chief Commissioner" of  Lands and Works for licence to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the  following lands beginning at a post  marked R. A. Welsh's northwest corner,' thonce cist one mile to the Klk  River, thonce north one mile following  the bank of the Elk River, thence west  one milo, thence south ono mile to  point of commencement.  ' Fernie, B.C., December 6th, 1905.  J. E. Miller  51       ' Per J. B. Ferguson  NOTICE.  "Notice-is hereby given that I intend  to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for licence to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on tho  following lands: Beginning at a post  marked R. A. Welsh's northwest corner, thence west one mile, thonce north  one mile, thence east one mile, thence  south one mile to the point of commencement.  Feriiio, B.C.. December 6th, 1905.  li. 10. McICechuie  51* Per J. B. Ferguson  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that 1 intend  to apply to the .Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for licence to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the  following lands: Beginning ut a post  marked R. K. MeKVehino's northeast  corner, thenco east one mile to Klk  River, thenco north one mile, following  the bank of the said river, tlionoe wesl.  ono milo, thence south om* mile, to the  poiul of commencement.  Pernio, B.C., December lith, 1905.  W.'IIart McKurg  51 .1. 11. Ferguson  NOTICE.  Notico is hereby given that. 1 intend  to apply to the Chiof Commissioner of  Lands and Works for licence to prospect for Coal anil Potroloum on the  following lands: Beginning al a post  marked K. 15.' MeKeohnie's northeast  corner, thence west One mile, thenee  north one*mile, ��� thonce oast one mile,  thenco south one mile to point of com-,  meneemont. V  Fernie. B.C., December lith, 1905.  ���   ,   , Geo. Macdoiiuld.  . "51 Per J. B. Ferguson  NOTICE.      '...; 7.  Notice is hereby, given that I will  apply "to. tlie Chief Commissioner of  Lands.and,Works for license to prospect for Coiil and Petroleum'"on the'  following lands: Beginning at a post  marked J. H. Ferguson's northeast corner, thence to the west ono mile, theiice  north one mile, theiice to the west  shore of Elk River following- tho- said  river south to the point of commencement.  ��� ���  Fernie, B.C., December Oth, 1905.  II. J. Thorpe'  ....'  51 Per .1. B. Ferguson  riiree & Four Year Courses'  in Mining, Chcmicnl. Civil.  Mechnuical ami Klcctrical  HnKinecrintc,  Mincrnlopry i"l  Geology,  Biology ami. I'liblic Health.'  Write for calendar to  The Secretary,  School of Mining,  Mines  and Smelter  Will  Merge  About. January 1st.  James Cronin, manager of the  St. Eugene mine,returned Sunday  from his trip to Montreal and  Toronto. He was east on business  in connection with the proposed  amalgamation of the St. Eugene  interests with thoso of the Trail  smelters. ��� The St. Eugene  directors have voted for such a  consolidation,, the action of the  smelter directors in the matter  is now awaited. Mr. Cronin says  that it is expected that the Le  Roi will come into the .combination effected between the War  Eagle aud Centre Star, but that  it will take some time to bring it  about. ' The , regular annual  meoting'of thoSt. Eugeue will fie  held on Thursday, Februarys?  th. in Toronto, Perhaps by that  time the big merger will be  ^complete.  There are now 250 men on the  St. Eugene payroll, and at least  50 more will be put on shortly.  This is payday at the mine $20,000  will be distributed..  The now hoist ' has been  shipped but has not yet arrived,  although it is expected at any  time.  Lead is soaring around tho ��17  mark and the lead bounty is off  for the time being, Silver also  commands a good price with  every prospect of going still  higher. Unprecedented prosperity seems to be in store for  r.ho siivor-lead camps.���Moyie  Leader.  "Hardening Copper.  ' United States Consul-General  W. R. 'Holloway, Halifax, Nova  Scotia, has reported: It is stated  that Mr. A. M. Church and Mr.  Charles Cleveland, of Chester,  Nova Scotia, have discovered the  long lost and much sought for  process ol hardening coppor. A  sample of,.their hardened copper  has " been received hero which  seems to be as hard as steel,  a ponknifo failing to malco any  impression . ou , it. Later the  same consul wrote: Referring  to my former report, I have to re .  fcraiiDrooK    i  I  n Liven '  f GEAKY & DOYLE, PROP'S  2  '     I-       ���   '.  |    Teams and drivers furnish- j  ed   for any   point in tlie district. -'    . ���      i 1  A. DOYL.E, Maringor  it m  ���   l  ���  f ti   i   T- ���*  ���  ���  *���-������ �����-���������- t   f  P.J.JOHNSON    ;  ��� ���Carpenter ''*& Builder  Good Work at  <; Reasonable Price  Office and Workshop   Lewis St  * STEWARTS i  The LEADING STORE For  Choice Confectionery ,  Fresh Nuts   Fresh Fruits  Jap Oranges       Choice Bananas  Smyrna Figs  Calif. Navel Oranges*  Fancy   Winter   Pears  Malaga. .Grapes  Hugh Stewart  Phone 75        flrmstrona, ftve.  Aiid Principal Points'in  Ontario and Quebec.  CORRESPONDING RATES  TO ALL POINTS IN  Our list of Christina* boxes, oi  things arc ready for you to  lopk  Fliey   cost   50 i:ents,  ��i, S2.   >-}. '  to sj_o._.    You can orriei   to   suit  pocket  of    knowiiu  good  over.  your  and Hpivc- tin- satisfai.tiuii  ���^ that your gift will be  practical, substantial, sensible ;mri acceptable all in one.  W  Maritime  ,  Provinces,  New York,  New BriQland  Drop u.s  a  post card,   or  call   and  Christmas goods    Tlwv arf now reach-  see our list of  for inspection  NOTICE.  XOTICK IS HKICKIIY lilVKN llnit nu up-  [illcaiion will bi! mude lo the r.i;BlslHtivi:  Assembly of Hrllish Columbia nt its, ucti  SuHsIon for un Aci lo Incorpmmo tho St.  Mury'.s ami Chcny Creuk Huitniiy Company  with power to'build, coii'.truui. luiiiiitiiiu iiml  opcralL* 11 railway of swinlanl ruhuo lo he  opeiaieil by siohiii, oli ctrn nv or miy oilier  power for the uiriyliiK of freight, passenger!,  and express, ComineneliiK at, a poiul on llie  Noith Sur Ilmnrli of the Hritit.li Columbia  SouLheni Kiulwiiy, about one mile west, of  lluyuril: theneo norllicily aloni," ihe east ."Ide  Lulse Creel, to Lot Sll, thence north easterly to  a point on Cherry Cieek near Lot 710: with a  braiieh line from ii point on Loi. J��l noiihorly  to u point on Cherry Creek west of Lot IMP, ami  other branch lines not exccoiiini,' len mile1-  each In length. To connect with undeutei into  running arrangements with the Canadian  Pacific Railway Company or any other railway  situate noai proposed lailway 01 any part  thereof; anil to construct, hidings at any iucli  connections; to receive from any person, Oo\-  ariimc.nl oi Hotly corpoiaie gmiits of laud,  money or other assets in aid oi Iho construction of said undertaking, wilh power to construct and oper.ue teleKr.iph and- telephone  lines for'the purpose of Its business anil for the  public; with .such other powers and privileges  as nie usually given lo railway companion.     ' c  Dated at Uninbiook/M C, Decembor "tli, A.  D , lllOfi  IlAItVKY A McCARTKK,  Au Solicitors for Applicants  On sale daily December  4 to iii.  For detailed information rirst-  class or.tourist sleeper reservations,apply to localj^agents or  write ,   ���.  C. E. REID & CO.,  Phone   74 rpj^   DrUgglStS.  PfNF. STATIONERY'  SPECIALTY.    -----  PURE DRUGS  -"  ursPrCNsrNi:  OH I  ������������������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������������������������������������+++  ���  J. S. CARTER. D. P. A.  '   '       NelsonAli.  C.  W. CRAIG  MASONRY  Stonm   Boilers  and furiiiiot*. Work ii  S]M!ctalty.  Cost and Stock Estimates '  Furnished Upon Applica-  ���    tion.  P.O. Box 834.    Cranbrook, B.G.  J. Edgar Davis  ^   Bricklayer   A  ^""Contractor   v  PUON'B 115  Furnace, Boiler, Range and  Fireplace Work a Specialty. All  description of stone-work undertaken.  Orders "left at J. D. McBRIDES  Will Receive Prompt AUenUou.  ���THE���  RAGE this SEASON  ' KOR  XMAS   GIFTS  Are Portraits in Sepia Platinum, with a very artistic mounting which is entirely now.  Frest pnoto go.  Studio.  Baker St. Cranbrook, B. Cv  SIM PIT  STRONC  SILENT Oiti^i^nmim.SPEEDY  iPurohiiso   Price   $3.00   a  Month  Allowanoo  Made For Old  SHI'".    ���  Maohino  Arnold .& Roberts  Your attontion la culled to the  "Pioneer Limited" trains of tho "Milwaukee & St'PuulKiiilway." "The only  perfect truinn in the world."  Vou will find it denirable to' ride on  those trains when jfoiny to any point in  the Eastern States or Canada'. Tlioy  connect with - all Transcontinental  Trains and all Ticket'''Afrents ��ell  tickets. ' v  l��'or,further information, ptunphleu,  etc, ask any Ticket Agent or  R. L. FORD, IL S, ROW 15,  Paw. Agent,    ,      General Ajrent,,  - SPOKANE. PORTLAND  The Illinois Central  Maintains unexcelled service from  tho west to the eawt and houth. Making  close connections with trainp of all  transcontinental lineH, passengers aie  given their choice of routes to Chicago,  Louisville, Mempliis and New Orleans,  and through those jioints to the far oas.1  Prospective traveleii> desirinyr information as to the lowest rates and Iiost  routes are invited lo oorresjioiKleiire  with the following representatives.  B. II. TltUMHULr., Coiumorciul Ayent  1-12 Third St., PortUmd, Orstron.  .1. C. I.1NDSKV. T.K. A. P.A. 0  .  142 Third St., Portland, Oro��u��.  P. Ii. Tho.mi'SON, F. & P.A., Room  1, Column Midi;., Seattle, Wash.  FORT STEELE .;   '  ���   BREWING CO., LTD!  FERNIE,  B.C.  MANUFACTURERS and  BREWERS of  BEER  i>  EXTRA PINE  PORTER  SOLD BY THE" BARREL, KEG OR  BOTTLED  Bottled beer for family  use a specialt}'  Outside   Orders  '      GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION  ��� SATISFACTION' GUARANTEED'  >i P. O. BOX 812       fe  0    �� y\      TELEPHONE  NO. I      ^  Port   Steele  Brewing Co., Ltd.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������,  Cosy and  Comfortable Rooms  Headquarters lor  Mining Men   c  Royal Hotel  Marysville,  B.C.  FRANK ANGERE. Manager  ��� The above hofol hsi^ bofii rocontly croc tod, nnd neatly funiish-  od throughout. Tliri Har is supplied with tho 'host, brands of  Liquors and Cigars. ,      * ,  ���J-KH^W-I-HH-W-I-H-I-W-W-W-  TISDflLE'S  hoick  X  OXKKY ?  Heiidquiirtcrft foi'  FKESII  FRUITS  NUTS and (.:  CONFKCTI  i  t  i  i  Ice. Gream and Soft Drinks t  i  +  x  ���i-i-b-H-l-i  Also Tobacco, Pipes  and Cigars  Raker St.     Cianhrook  i  .T_t���y_t_>. ��  NOTICE.  NOTICK IS HCREUY GIVKN tbnL an ap-  phcutinn will bcm.idt: io the Lesi-MfUive, As-  si'inhly of Untish Coltnnhia nt its tmxL fcession  for im Act, to In��)i)Kjr*ii<j the St. Mrtry"'- Vnlioy  Kull^tiy Comp.iny wUh ]K)\rei to buiM, ron-  ������truct, miimt��ii" nnd tjpt-mUi .1 lino (if railway of 'stiindnrii A'Kua^e to bo optsr-  atcd by steam, electricity, or ��ny other power  for the carrying of frolijhl1. piissuiige'rs nnd cx-  prefs; ComraonciiiK ��t n point on the NortU  Slur Brunch of the British Columbia .Southern  Uiiilwuy, at or nenr tho. town of MnryhviUu,  thence' Westerly following the Northerly .iitk*  of Si: Mury'K River lo St. Mary's Unk*.:, thuiicu  skiriinK the Northerly side of the .said Uko to  its wuHLcrly end. theiice proceeding A;vestu*nrd  alonfi either the northerly or southerly side of  said ; St. Mary'.s Itiver to �� jM��int on  Kootenay I^ake-at or near Crawford Buy,  'with authority to cmistruoi.. branch linen 'tip  Matthew Creek-, Hell's HoiiHiik Crc��>k, AlUi  Creek', Whit**! Kisli Creek, I'yrRinId Croek,  lluktir Cretik, nnd other branch Hiiu* not ex-'  (.���oedliiK twenty nilleH ��ach in length; also with,  power to eonneel witli ami (inter into rnnninc  iirraiiKeir.entK with tlni Cfuiadian i'aeltic Uiiilwuy or any olhor railway Mutate nenr said pro.  poaed niilway or any purl thereof, .and to ��:<*n  strud terminal HidiiiKM at any kucIi onnn^iv  tlfjns; U* receive from any flovornnnmt. person  or' body corin>rato, uraiitw of land, money m  other at��hot In aid of construction of nucIi an  undertaking, with power to oomdrurt and  oiMirate telegraph and telephone lines for, the  purpoMi of iin bufiiiims and for the 'public:  with power to own, ic��l cstnle for rlKht-of-way  unci other purposes and Ui own, use mid operate  water powers eonvenientto the road for ruilwiiy  and other purposes and wlili nuch olher p<��w(��rs  and pnvlUiKrtM ��h are usimlly kIvoii to KailwMy  Compindes.  Dnted al.Cninbruok, November 'JHth. !��".'��.  IIAKVKV A  MeOAUTKK.  *" a��oli��itoie for Applicant.  Post Office  Store  'i'ii.  can   hi-  Cranbrook- piio  ar��est  supplied  General   Store  wit It   an\ thiiT.  in , Mai \'.s\'ille,  ihcy   want  whetc: miners  it alj limes al  Grocieries^   Hardware,  Clothing   Stationery  E..J. CLAYTON  * NORTH    STAR  HOTEL  *  ft  ��������  ft  ft  ft  *  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  Kimberley,   B. C  H. W. DREW. Proprietor.  CHENETTE &NEAL. Proprietors  ^^    Marysville,   S-C.  t-i  L  Tito   lai-g-ost .anil   liosl, equippodliotcl in tin* St.  Icy. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE  ROOMS.    A  Marv.V  'if  tt  %  t  t  I  I LEflSK & HENDERSON I  1     '"'"FASHIONABLE TAILORS    %  r~ Always  Up-to-Date :��� 2  g Cranbrook, -      - B.C. 2  ^luaiiiaiuiiiiiiuuiiiiiiiaiiiuuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiii^  c  vm*. MJB PKOSJ'ECTOR: CRANBllOOKAB. C,  DJCCEMBEE  Hi.' IMS.  rmrnMiwjjjL  ,GL  ���i-MginiBinMiii  ���Are. usually; hardvto select; but -'with; Aa beautiful'  range of goods .like .ours it is,. ;aii' easy��� thing.  SATURDAY',  !.)l-:c. 1 f.��, 1 <>05  :vT|nntiufirfVTnnyTnr^in;ft?T"i7n7ynn.:.  |, !_b0A:L;'f%WSz!  .-f;iliiiiiiUiiUliiiiiiiii Ull lUUt J tii'u'ilii UU��  ��� J.' , MfAffnew, Elko, wus in;i.iZ  city this week, en business. ' ���'':���'���'  ..",;;A;.rifl;; .S!:i,iifljy.oJ'i.,;'K'.yiin1''\y;iS   iii,  tTio,cil.yi,,'A^VU'ii'esi.l,:'iyA..-:A,..        Z-r  S3.  .C2!  itt*  THE CANADIAN BANK  I       OF COMMERCE  &7'Z  "  A, "-^  ? ��� -,���"���������  :'  ;.Y".",o ,''-'  yZAvASt  ff''   ���   V..   '���.'"'  7-A*;^  .-..   ������      - -a      '.  .ZZ.'*  r"Y.'.:,      ..  {",..   ."   ��� ������ .     ���::  '-"���A*  0..-y. 7  A i-AyiM  f-'iy ���  J ' " '   ;;   :    '   -  ?'���"*"���&:  '��',                      V   !���'-  '���:.  A'--:.m  A- <���':'.'���"', ''���''"';,'?  '': '���''���'.: sffP  AyZZZ'-;  ���A-��0M  ���jr\  ���  - M-  '���A-"'':'y'y;'Ayii'yA'----y't'i"'^4'AyiAt^'''"Aii   z'zzA'A'ZZA^.  'y. :   A .   .��� .' A'y   '.'Z'.A yy-t~Ai~0.0-y:'A���Ay't"0A' 0'^  ���;(Men's Ties, Fancy Braces, Ui'i'A^individiial;^  boxes; Gloves; Mufflers, Fancy Vests, ^hirts.7^  Gollars,   Handkerchiefs,   etcA;  Ladies   wUlA3|A  find it a pleasure in/selecting their gentle-  imeii'friends'.aypresen'f.: :���/�����'��� -.77'     '-a-A     zAy;,  M  'AAA:  vyy:  M0yy^my:  WrA0%:'i'"--A^^-  'C. StOAViirt;, of Park Efale,  at tlie Criuibrouk, Tuesdiiy.,  f.wa."  J. CYDrewry cume down from  ;Moy 107. Wed nesdaV' y AA0A nAsA  . F. K Brush, v>f.Xs��Isuiv,A\vils' i'n  town,,Monday yyZ y .... 7.'  :J: UZVWilspn, of   Calgary, was  a guest at; tho...Cranbrook/.Mon  day,/'  7, '.���','������':.';���:'������ Z:; ��� -,../z'A:-  '���'Will -have to.procureAa^preseiVtvfo.rthiiitY1 V  lady friends andv,wi!l.yKnd' 'ilAas.'e,a'sy.;ys "A.  eating their sss-eetheart'^Cjiri^fcitias cafc^''  in"selectinpv ithenZA: -..i,,.;'",A.y...'y, ,yv,..''...-:  '$y  :X  .\V*. B. pulton, of Ward tier, wns  in townA Monday, looking after  some businessmailers. A A;,y A A;.  7     ywl'7'Z.v,'il'Z'<*i' a iroijd' old-  Y,   f:*w)ii<>iHtO:ir..iudii.ir]uV|/iialiiiiai��i.'s;  o    your lii-ail llirub: ,'iiiu your eye-;  whirl' -and   uiukeW' you sick ni  y   youi; .���-iiii/iiiiiirii'v    A   -.'.-���' ':..���   i.  ,: .'������.' 'V    '���<*    ��� ���  ::;7v32)r.y;SG0ttJs;;A  I5eadacliev I'oMders  'rjii;'y'Wi'irt,,li.i|rt. ywu  and    they  >l<ip..;u.)y\'. I.H:-;iiil:,udi(V.Y "'  '-'' ���";..Oiut" Dozen '"111���';aj 'Bqx..''25c.:' ���.  '[ A Wljero it Rays to Deaf.  Paid-up Capital. $8,700,000  Reserve Fund. $3,500,000  HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO  B. E. WALKER, General Man.itfiT Al.liX. UXIRD, Asst. Gen I Manner  7������.Olu'istmasJiolulay Katps. '  y .^l'\i,rtlii' .Olirist'tna's Holidays'tin*  Vnii'idiair I'ac.ilicV K'ailu'ay will  Zsih*: ylu'kct,��'.ti) aiid frotii vail  ���it'iu'toiis',. I'^rtZyArtlitii- tc* Van  iH'UVt'r ,. itu-l ndiiiii- * hi'aiuilr lines  IZ yA. ,,:i>a.kiii',7i()'t'.V \raui'puvi'i'.i iA)d K'iVi)i'ii.n;t^ ;.stoiiiiii;ri..lin6:s)1;at  WHS; iu Zranbnid^, Zioiuiay.V'uu a j iZle faro and out;' .Iliirif.,' rot urn  J 'I'lu'.sod^^ir.sioii   ticlvots ' will   be  lotti.->aK*'! i')tvt!inl)LM'y "i'-iid^'-'^ynl,  :Mlir,Y!:">ii;i' 0td - DoZtMubdr   2ilth,  AM'bV i> 1st,;,)ii.ViV l8tAtcood7fbr'; i-c  BANK MONEY  ORDERS  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES:  $5 ar.d under 1...    3 cents  Over  $5 and not exceeding $10     6 cents  "    $10        " " $30   10 cents  ��� "    $30        " " $50    15 cents     .  Th��M�� Ortlrrs ��rc Payable at Par at any office in Canada of a Chartered  Bunk, (Yukon rxcrptcd) and at the principal banking points in thu United  v7Lltt^.��. K��K��T1A��I.��   AT   A   FIXEU   RATI!   AT  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, liNG.  Tlioy form >n excellent method of remitting .small .sums of money  with Muft-ty and ut Hiuull cout.  A Silver Christmas  busitit-ss \-isti.-  ; ,yI.>i?uAyt\lvay',-.'r(;>ad-SMj>t*r.iii.t.(>Md;.-  ��� 'tn, returned fvoii'ii"il bijsim'S^  v.ri| rU'i-l'Vi-u'iey.. Mowday; '������,. y-yy '.���;������.���'  i'tMi'- -And :MiZ. \V.y;\Vai'd,,i)l"('al-  raryv Vw.t!ro: Urabbroolcy vi'sito,!^'  '���'A,.Ar-yy    .y.y;Z'7'..Z',V.y^  'A:Ay"--yAAV":,.:.;.,,i,''AAA;z;--;T-':A:...;.'"."' y";:rAAr:yy-^  V.Y.-V :"Zy.yYV'Y,.  Y.:VY7.-,.^.y-...7..';;;.;;,::^7.;._y.7'Y,Vyyy,i,v  y,ouz^dMvY\niidAAG  ^zSet;sy:;;^akez^^^ ~�� "*  :8APiat'es.;Tea^Setsr-T  .m,-^  -     --'Aa "'-t-.'-^'A A^AA'.-y'A..'- ,':.'.-. AAr.A.:AA ::._!_" .'.-. :'' V���������..<=&L A ���   '"��''  rM^iiine^YSets  k g&y ������'���������'- "������������ ':r-   - ������   ���   -'���"������������  Fuusday..  I;'.y. Valleiiwoi-tl*,   ol' ���.���Ko-rliia-.'  >v.-tis ,ii. iiiirisiut thuGosmo]inii.taiii  4 "'  Mbiu  avc  hi;,ru: ii|!;,.bvnviary iird, 1^0(5.  i'uU'S,;'<!L(Z  For  ���^���si-jiply to aiiy;.O.v PAji  rs^t'Hi ov ,wi-jt(Avr,f.>S...-'!'<Jtirt,e'i:,v. 1).  0a, yN oison A'M-' e., AA. i' i:i'.' tt.  "'Z'oiiti'aryylo .tho custom ofiwlbv  iiii'i: ���yearsi Ghristn'uis,shopping  i i) i'U.r ai.i 1) r.oo!; i she in �� d o h e ������ in tic'h  I  T  lf      Select   Silver Goods this year'for \ our  'JJ   Xmas (iji-ts.  [��i '  If it is RELIABLE Silver Plato or  Sterling Silver, it will make a worthy  present for any member of the fumily, and  certainly will lie treasured as a life lony  possession.  .  ,       ' -  ';:,:.,'     n, ���.       ...   ./���.'.      .,      ,.     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"'.A^' yZ!lt .,n��^US ���� th0  ���ft��r^v^Ul"-<rnys- thk ^      ' pi,(*r*.-et,(^ advortisingyffiorts oi  (7Z 77.-7; ;-V. .v.. ������'.,: y   A -"AiAy    ���:..,!oiuv icerehantSi y;\vho ,;have y. ap  ::i^;Gake.'A��i^  'My, AA i?:y;y: yy .y ��� yy - ...yy": A'*Ayi. .Y":'Y     ' y.VZ,V'V.yy-, ,'.���,���;������.  :|f;Aq^  ^'������'������'.���'A-��-,'   ".".������.;���'*���;'.:''���'���'   .,iAr::;iif,:-.y    'A ��� 'V" .���."���'.'-. y ���:'���:��� ���<���;��� .-':���-  7 'Qtir-display in these, godds; will please A  00$0A0Ami^'  :y&,  Ma:  W^Mf  .Will , find7it'a.:grc:at:v.pleasure urcon-imgtoTs.,  oui-.storeZasetiiey;^  andygetivjuSt 7wh;Uy thc:.iivv mammas  .tl'iei'rribr.V   yy,.   7 v y'/<    :y...'���;."���-i  '  '.Z'  send  ^ Givii iieA 3'our  orders   lor  your   Christinas i\  &0' c    ' :i*ruitsVGaudies, Etq,'.,'.-"' ������'���;; ' :': "  ���:m  ���M :,   .������   ,*   :���������.--  -      ���'��� .-,,-   ���'������:���-    ���-,-���������-���' .0' .���������:������"     ;���'���'  |;FIMMzB::R7C>^;H  M'-0        '"   '  I  ,; ytlui^ViChatiiiiaiKVoftFoi'tvSti'eJe,  \vas a.j.(.a-ri'i.|i brook'yisitor 'on Titos-'  vtaZZ.A .A.vA'A.iv..l...A AAA AA- 'tt-A-. '���' A.  ���:��� V'Mess]'s7,>'l(.VDoiiMi,d ���&' Courloy,  $b-ojinetors   o.t'-.' the V StrathcptitA  yi-'ntil. a,t ,Eoi-t,;.Stoeio... wory'A in  ilicv city-,. T'u'es'da\jA:A'''AA A--'* A A ���  J ;i��.'ak*d.Yltoy'ytlieir7' customers "A to  .nniko , their Gli ri-i'tinas p'iircluis'es  as  early^a's i;possil?le iuVthe sea  SCiri;yi-..A.:VZ:*:y,ZZ:;.Y...7  ...VY.YYyyZ  ,: 'J. Kyui):;' IX. i). ��� Caidw".lI;;K. Ui.  Chriiftie, all; of/Wardner;.; wfere,  'ifegistfired' atViiibC'osiiiojiriliia.n,'  iWeciuesdaAZ.- "'�����/;..;.'  y��  ;'. iNtVil^AlcLood Gi.irruii, uianager  qJ7 the.-No'rtli- Star-., mine, was in  llie y.city. .Moiulay:- Mr.:Gurran  is enthusiastic overythe.'deyelop  nientworlr now .,-f in,;-operation, at  "thiftiniiie.- :. -.?���'    ':. i'iv ���  T  m      We 1-ully, Guarantee��the goods wc sell,   and  [jj   will be pleased to show you our large and well sclcct-  J]   ed stork.  Win F. Tate & son  is Cranbrook's   LeadiHg Optician-is |,  m Ollioial W:iteli lu^puutorh Crow's Nest ,J:iss Divihion C.l'.lt    " f  *��-"���? ^r'^r,r,r'w??,rT,r'r��r?,T-?��r?��r?o,rT,T^��T-?��?-?(,T'Tt??,T?>T?irr,?^ rsrr��T?,��  -Geta ticket,for ihe^raterhity  Ball in the-hew ftallV/ZA' A -  ,;7.1 ��� jAA, i-Hetchei'.v.of 'Wardner^  c,'un eA,J nV puAvWed nesday is local J.  Sti fieri lig.i'ro'm.ya t'lin ..sjaotAvouiid  iii olieloi.his'xefet. 'A 'Be''wi'1'.s-xakeu-  tovStr Kugene hbppitiil;   ; -"VVr'A.1  ; 7 Ross .��� ��� TateA',- ofv. WA -iA 'MtiA&  ^on-iywlipvylias yiDoen'A west' al'ohg;  the!.Grow-lineA.asyLii;r-as'Crestbi:iA  p ir, b u stness f or i:iis .ii r in A returned!  to. Gr a ri broolrfyiWedu esVlay A yA Ay '-y  . YQrai*bVopk:iy^hAeHcenier t)f -a'e-  ti vi tyr:0 V gi'eat; 7vniiiry ��� iiVeiV a re'  arrivih^/froiivtlveA'coiclVpraine  aiid(are,;findiiig'work inAthemills  and camps surrounding the city;  ���;��� rEA Slater has d isposbd' of y-hYs  tine residence; to Mri vyooduian.  who will take possession' about  the "firstybf...the year. Mr. and  Mrs. Slater will' leave ;for ytliQ'  east in a few days. A ,   ' 'A A  ;;';. G.' H. .Prpst,-'theAcity. clerlr;-As,'  'taking, well VtoyliisVworkVanayhiA j  former experienceas bookkeeper 1  ;audAa's thevspn ;df itZcity clerk,;  are doing him-gpod,.serviC;einow. i  :Hp.:|ias/.tlii '.WprkZof 7 assessing '  coinpleted-'iincl;, is.AuojvAbusy - ,in  hisybince gyetting���rqiioi.^s'ready;  voThe Gandy-iriak.ei.'S;:ilocated on  Aiittistrong7yavenue7;v:now'y-Acall  tljei vA p 1 ac8 A'qf. .; bus in essvv '.' T he  SuigaABowiyA..'A-AAyAy" y.CA,y,ry:.  ft  ft  it.  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  i'i  '�����  -��.  Winter Is Here  Here lire Winter Goods  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft^  ft  ft'  o.  Weather Strips!' Door %  Skates. Hockey, J  Pucks/ Etc.  �� spring.  t Sticks.  Don't Yforget. the Fraternity  Ball. :atl!"the'VnewA hallAyph ��� New  Years night! '7.,.V ,     A'' A ;  ft  ft  i*i  .�����  ft  ft  ft  CRANBROOK,   B.C.  ft  ft  ?��?  ft  ft  ft  ;;Mrs, A. B. AFenwickAof Fort  Steele^ was-a guPst at the  residenciiAof Mr. .and Mrs. J. .A.  tlarvey; forV .-everal   days   .this  week. '���'���'    '       :''.;.       ''''' V   ��� "'���'������,,'  ;Aii emergent assembly of Selkirk- P,receptory and Priory'will  ;be held in .Masonic"Hall^Wednesday' evening,��� Decernberi^Qth. A. v  ^  ^  ',A,rchievAieV'ittie,..P. L.;S . wits  at. Kimberley .several,, days" this  week on business.   ,   '"    A..  Before   Starting  ��� ,  .On Voui-.loii.r.nu.y:   '    ..     y  ��^^_s?sws^_^^e9isss^|��-i' A ;��� J AMES"  G REER  1 '"       f Z       0Ay'*�� BUILDER [6a II      S\)      FI fl G ll 6S  *>  Of tho old Mnhitotm'Uiirbcr Slioii  ^r '., invii now iw. fouml In th  I  VV A'l'TS:  I!Ill Ll.) f N.(V  ��)i KS'I'IMATK.S I'*DK.ViSHKD'ON Al.l. WOHK  ��� it:  .I0ISH1N"<;   I'ltOMI'TLV K.XKCUTKDJ  .Aw! lmvc' SVOt'lt. LuNOH' put .up-  VII    Home   Made  /)   l''ii:st.:t:U��ss Work in all  (i        V   .A ' ���.'   : oiUhi:  iivi,' ��� fi-   ' ,.������'. ,.���-...       ,  * "������' */   ..".���**"      ��u"uyy  bnuiciios. 2! Houses and CottagesTor I^ent.'     Bread, Buns.   Cakes:. I:>ies  9)    ��� ���  (,  I ���.'���,'.. ���������.���.��  ti-  or  Sale  cm Easv, Ternis.  ytTonsoricil -ArcAfrjAUK am:i shinglks fok;  Telephone  82. ,  J.E  Etc.  COOKED MEATS Ready for  ���Slicing:.  '      '...'' ���'" Z  HflllSOIl. Ave..  Granhrook  Only nine days bet-\voen. today,  aiid Christmas. A- The ^prudent  buyer will purchase his toys and  presents at Ch'as: E...yRead Co.  We have, iheAlargest 'assortment  iii Cranbrook. :;'y ' '' ���'..���.   '-..'"'���     '"A"Z  IviinberlC'y. .. is stniliiii;' .this  ,week, ;t iifjw lead, havinjsA.been  struck in the. mines. ZStock isy  going .'vip rapidly in ,lSToi'th, Star,  jiist'.now. ���.        .������-������--���-������ -,.���������;      7  tiv-. and Mrs. Lewis, of Marys-  yill.e. and Mrs: -W.- Morton,1'of  tnis.place. left" on Thui-sday of  this' week- to spend i'i. few weeks'  holidays iu Mbntreai'. and. sur-  rounding- places.'.  /.A very i.nteresiiug and, profitable debate was held'in connection with the regular, monthly  meeting of the' Calpdouiam--So-,  ciety this week. The', subject  was. ."Resolved, That Canada  is destined to remain, a subordinate part of the British Empire." Mr,McNeil, was leader of  the affiriiiati\-e, and MrZlJunbar.'  of 'the 'negative. Both proved  themselves able debaters, and  produced, . inauy,/saliant; facts.  Mr.,J .A. 1-1'a.rvey acted as juclire  and after summing up all points  decided, in favor of the, iiegiitivoA  5��*  Of your Christmas Dinner depends  much on the good things_you have on  your table,, and the different dishes'  You Display These Good Things In  WE "CAN   HELP~YoiT  -ft**  ��������� ���  t  ��� T  J.  .'��  ���T  ���*T  ' T"  T  T  t  ���T  ���T  T .  ' X  T  T  X  .���!  .T'  T-  %i_  T  T  5  t  T  I  -H-  Owing to an outbreak of glan-  dpi's at .lafl'ray among.t.he East  Kootenay ' Lumber.: Conipany'.s,  horses the whole stable was.test-  ed.,b,y Doctors Bell and YVartiock,  and every . horse responded to  the IohUmhI was destroyed, along  with two horses belongingto F.  I^oRosier. one, owned by Pearson & .hhvejl. and one, of' Prank  Clover's, in all 24 horses.  M.ike that success,    it it, our busines to cater   to your  needs  in  tlii.s  particular and knowing- you demand tho be.st, we buy only that quality.  Bevans Layer Raisins, per box.. .( Z. .. 3i5c  Bevans Fancy Clusters. I lb. box.' 3r>c  Pelican Malagas. 1 lb. box .. ., ��� ,")0c  I Segalerva Malagas, 2 lb. box S7>c  I Golden Dates, I lb. package Ifjc  7 Crown Figs, per lb.... A :. . .2r>c  I 14 oz  Washed Figs in Glass nr-io  IS oz. Washed Figs with Cherries in glass.. ..50c  IS o'A. Washed Pigs with Nuts in glass. .��� 50c  l.'ndbiu'i 's Chocolate hon boiib, in handhomc boxes Mutable for  Xm.'iJ  oifl.s.  I'holo lioxe*., picture boxen, handkerchief boxes, jrhno   boxes.     Tin'-   selected  cluicolatc".: ehocohue civ.nut. and milk ehoeolate  Malaga j/rape-. California nranjre^: apples; fresh walnuts; .ilniniuK. lillieil-,  bra/ils. .Jacob's ^htn-l biead and fruit cake-,.  In   Our   China   Department  We have nuicb thai, will appeal'lo the Inver of Cloud Oliin.i; lioy.il Cioivn  Derby. Uo\.UWoreliesler, Limonus. Wi'dnowoOd, Coalporl, Alltr \'ah', .Minion.,  In U"-s e\|>on-,i*.e. yel ijood Knxlish china \\o have leas and plates in vjiiio and  blue, lhie.de .md dai^y patlern. crown derb.\ color-,, teas and plates, Wm-cesier  oii'oi-, while Willi blue border.  Agaiiast   liability   from  damage^ which   may   be  caused   -"b'y ��� accidLent   to  yourEraployees?  'If riot,  see ��� ���  Our  $60,000   Slau��  i|Sale will, be; continued',-next  i-iweek, :and.'. every following  .until   eyery.th.ing-' is-  You a,re invited   tb. the  Methodist church, next  Sunday evetr  iiig to tak-e   part   in   the congre-  jgaiionai   song  service   at  7:ii0.  I Tluj choir will,lead in an a.nthem  ���'and Miss Connelly'will ' render a  J'r-nlo. after which the jiastor wil  'speak on the .subject, "Who Is to  blaine and the  Ri'iuedy."    Come  early and bring aAf'rieiid.  FANCY ��incl STAPLIC GKnCIiWIUS   and   CKOCKEKY.  t  1  JL  %^-y  suggestions  1  : ABalier, St. Cranbrook, B.C. i  And take out one of their $  ��� Liability Policies. i   i  \   ���' '       ' ' '  '        'P  week  sold.  13  T END E.R S  "fVmtl.-i-.-, I'm- 'r,;i, Cords of Dry Wood,  I.S ilie11.���.- lonjr. to lui delivered at, the  .laihiiiid Ciinneil Chain horn, will Ih*. re-  ceived liy the underpinned up In \Vod-  m-Mlay. NiMiii.' Oec. ilOtll,  I!��)��'.  (V./ll. 1'K.K.ST, Clerk.  ���    ~ E N D ER-S  .'I'eiiiJei'H fur ('n.rpenler, work on Fire.  Hall ivjll li,. ciculviid ,'by l.heundor-  Zi.^neil \iy. in noon .if Wi'dnesday, Deo.  I "Dili. I'.iu'i. .Sjii-:illfntions can biV hooii  !nl 'he Ciiy Clerk's union.  A     . ('.  tl, I-'KICST.  Clark.  LA DIE'S  ' js-.i��i.-=.'  ������* --.o.�� ������  "    MEN'S.., "���  NeckVWear, Nigh't .Robes.  gj'' Silk Blouses in white, crea.ii:  i. black, navy, .?lcy and brown,  T &l 00 to $13,50 "       A    .... .  (f    Luce     '��� and      Embroderied  If- Ilandk-erchiers.y      Handker-  it chiefs in Fancy Boxes'.  ��*   Chatelaine IJa^-s in thelatest-  J shades fr6niZ;h5n to S^o.00.  $    '   ��� A" .;':'���:  Christinas Bells will soon be ringing- and the  problem of "What' shall I g'ive.'for'.,Clinstn.-ia.s"  will once more confront you. ,. Wc make the  above .suggestions. Drop in and talk the .'matter  over with ns.    Our Prices Are Right.  House and Smoking- Coals.  Short,   and   Long-   Len.i^lh  Mufflers.  ��� '��� ���  Umbrellas.'  In   fact  everything  a   man  wears.  Reid & Co. Wliere ^ KZ Cl0,hv I  f


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