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The Prospector Dec 30, 1905

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Array Ast  G  VoL. 11.  ^  CRANBROOK, B. C, SATUJRDAYf^DECEMBBR  .'JO,  iqo;.  .j.  i.\o. 06,  I',  l-  Il o  I!  Il  HOOKEY MATCH  Intermediates vs. Seniors Contest  " Christinas Day.' ","  That was a bright idea in  the minds of tho Intermediate , lr' ckey Club that  prompted ihein to arrange for a  hockey match on Christmas day  Turkey, pi. 11 pudding and mince  pies are good but a little recreation on the side is a very fine  complement.  The game was called for  -:30  , s- 1  and soon ihe sides  lined  up as  follows:  INTEKMKDIATKS  F. Mi-CunncU,      Goal,  W. Grcor. Point,,  P. PilUOtl. Covl-i- P., P.  A. tlamillon, L.Wing,  T. Gallon. It. \V.,  S. .Morris, Centre,  A. MuPcalc.        Kover,  SKN'IOKK  E. Johnson  W. H. Wilson  IC. SherbancHii  J. .McCouncll  P. Chapman  C. Graham  ��C. n. Prof,t  day trade and are thus ipiite  jubilunt. In every line there  was distinctly marked thcfeel-  ing ot prosperity. '~~r " " ���  T'no'churchos on Sunday held  special services in all of which  there was special music and ad  dresses suitable lor the occasion,  In��� the Roman Catholic, church  midnight, mass was held when  the church was crowded tn the  doors. The Methodist church  was forced to carry in extra  seats to accommodate ihe crowd.  Thc people have not only been  prosperous in materia! things  but also met, togetlicr to how tlie  knee, to subjection to 11 im who  rules oyer land and sea and  smiles upon all inviting to a  more perfect form of Hie.    ,,  LOCAL NEWS.'  'I he days, ;4re get I inn lunger.  "A.  F.    "Watts," of    Watts nu l'g.  .ii town. Friday.  Frank DoRosier   was   iu  town  for several days this week.  Win.   Crosley  of Bayard   was  in the city Thursday.  POPULAR YODNG PEOPLE  WED  The game started with a rush  .and in a few minutes S. Morris  safely landed tho puck between  1 thc bars. After the faco off  again the seniors captured the  puck' and a few swift passes and  Presl found the slakes thus tying thc scoro. Tho large number of "spectators, now realized  that there was something doing,  and began to wake up and applaud the work of each side as  occasion arose. McCo'nnell in  goal received a few well earned  ovations as the Seniors pounded  him 1o no effect always finding  that tho pads were there.  ' From this on the Intermediates  had the game well in hand for  tho first half. Pat ton shone out  clearly while lifting the puck at  centre and placing it in goal utterly deluding all the other players. - Tho Seniors worked hard  but found Greer always at his  post, who was one of the coolest  and surest players on the, field.  .Now comes a quick pass from  side to centre and Gallon i.s there  and makes 'it three to one..  Again in a very short time,  Gallon does, the trick and hall  time is called, .nuking it, -1 to 1  for Intermediates.    a  In tho second half the Seniors  are determined to win out and  they showed their old skid when  after ths face off the puck is so-  ��� cured and Chapman passes from  centre to right wing and scores  in 40 seconds.  .last at this time an accident  occurs, in which E. Shorbuneau  is laid off for a few minutes.  The play runs quickly along and  Graham always in place secures  'tic puck and soon lands it twice  in goal. The tables are turning  ,i1 is now 4 to 4. Morris secures  tie puck and makes it 5 to i.  lime is ncaring a close who  shall win? And now Chapman  shines again and it is "> to ii, and  thus t stands at tho close.  Th-i playing was'good and it  is sue to say there is not a  motictblo weak point in the team  Tlie Seniors of course are not  orgau/.ud and thus we will not  orilizt them. The Intermediates  have ;ood material and as citizens ve should all support, them  this siason aud enable them to  carry off the honors in the  leaguj.  The- first, match of tho league  will ba played on the home ,rink  on NcwyYears'lday' ��� when Moyie  will .visit, this place. Lot every  enthusiast'be' present and en-  counige the boys.  The programme will be published later aiid more details in  regard to the -arrangements, of  the different clubs and sections  of the league.  AYtaile waiting for a stick F.  Pat.ton accidentally received a  nasty blow' on the face from the  puck. , He soon revived and  finished the game. ,  'J. Staples piovod himself an  A. 1. referee, cool, deliberate  and quick iu all decisions, he  gave satisfaction to all.|:  Christmas Day in Cranbrook.  Miss Marguerite M. DeNoon Becomes Mrs, 0. E. Tannhauser���  ��� (f  Both   Are    Well   Known   in  Buffalo.  G. II. Williams, Wardncjr. was  in J he city Thursday on business  .Jusi arrived a car load ot Hay  and Grain, A. C. Bowness.'-  Iluvo    you    registered?    The  citv voting list will close ludav.  C. M.   Mansfield   is  acting  as  chief train dispatcher these days.  Prod Robinson,  of  Winnipeg,  was in town, Friday.  Thomas    Wardman   returned  this week from Montreal.  M. D. Billings   has  purchased  a fourth interest in the Herald.  Mr. and Mrs .Jackson oJ  Marysviile were in town on  Tuesday and were registered al  .the Renal. ,_      .   ..   J. P. Fiuk reUp-nod Thursday  Irom a business"trip to Creston,  .Spokane Junction and other  points on the Crow line.  ileniy of cord wood this   winter,   and   Mis,s  s;. C. O   Williams,  of  riien'he will have plenty of  drj  .���ordwood next winter.  .Alex"  Emory, "of  Marysviile,  was in the city. Friday.  Mr. and Mrs G. T. Rogers entertained a number of friends  Tuesday evening at "five hundred."  Antwerp, Dec. 14.���O. Ernest  Tannhauser and Miss Marguerite  M. DeNoon. both of Buffalo,  were married at' tho Congrega  tional parsonage by tho Rev.  Duncan McGregor at 7 p. m. ��� om  Tuesday.  Following tho ceremony Mr.  and Mrs. Tannhauser hurried to  the Foster house wh'oro Mr.  Tannhauser makes his quarters,  only to find awaiting them a  surprise at the dining room,  where they were served with a  grand display of delicacies completed by a wedding cake which  filled the comer of the table.'  The. room was decorated with  evergreens and holly.      . v  Mr. Tannhauser is a graduate  ot" tlie University of Buffalo and  is very popular among his follow  students. He came here, about  four weeks ago and has thc  position as phartnacisral ft. B.  Perley's drug store having been  given the degree of P.11.B. Mrs.  Tannhauser is very popula ��� in  Buffalo being the daughter of  Donald DeNoon who has .clurge  of the Pullman car works, at  Buffalo. '  Mr. Tannhauser was formerly  a resident of Fort^ Steele w lore  his parents still reside, at d a  brother of Miss Francis and Miss  Lillie Tannhauser of Cranbrook.  W< H. Galliher, M.P..,of Nelson, passed through., Cranbrook  on Wednesday on his way east.  '.James Neil of Marysviile was  in the city Wednesday on bifsK  ness.  Harry Drew and James Find-  lay spent several days this week  in the citv.   ,  Mr. and Mrs.,.T. Walsh of Fort  Steele were visiting friends at  Cranbrook Wednesday.  H. S. Rainbow of Kaslo was'a  guest at the Cranbrook Wednesday. ,        ' .  Thc Presbyterian church will  be formerly opened on Sunday.  January "th. < Rev. Ralph Conner will collet the service*'.  Mr. and Mrs Erickson spent-  Christmas at Fish Lakes, the  guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. F.  Pownall.   , ...  Government Agent J. F. Armstrong, Provincial ^Assessor A  C. Nelson, and J. A. Harvey  were at Fernie, Friday, attending a court of revision.  James Crouin, Manager of the  St: Eugene Mines, was a Cranbrook visitor Friday.  Miss Connolly, treasurer of  the - W.U.T.U., has received a  letter from Mr. C. J. South of  the "Children's Aid Society ol  Vancouver", iu which he thanks  the ladies for the interest they  have taken and acknowledged  1 lie receipt of &1.")0 which was  collected here. lie further  states that the children taken  from this district are doing well  and are anxious to do' all they  can to help themselves.,_ ...   .  THE NEW YEAH.  Cianbrook. The ceremony was  periurnied by Rev. Van Ards-  dalo, p<istor o!���ihe- Baptist j  church. Only a few invited  guests were present. The'bride  was uiven away hy her brother.  Mr. Milton Williams The  happy couple left ou Tuesday's  train lor Scuttle and expect to  be at home in Victoria by the  first ol the.year.  ��� The Old and the New.  Live  a   Day   and    Live   for  the  Morrow.  Mr. Geo. Cartwrigbt and Mr.  J. Fowler were homo from Creston to spend the Christmas holidays and returned on Wednesday  to their mill work.  A beautiful Christmas present  arrived in the homo of Mr. and  Airs. Boyle this week, a bouncing baby bov\ on the morning of  the 2(ith.     .' s  o -  Thomas Christian left, on Wednesday's train for his old home  in England.' He will Aw. away  from Cranbrook for about six  weeks. We wish him "bon voyage  .1. C. Shields of Regina was  registered, at the Cranbrook  \Vednesdav.'"���  \->,  n II. E. Epstein, Winnipeg, was  registered at ' the" Cranbrook  Thursday.  J. D. Green, of Windermere,'  was a guest at the. Cosmopolitan  Thursday. ,  Those who stir up the fires of  anger gel burned with the  Jinnies of their own making.  Don't forget the Is. of 'lVand  Odd Follows dance on the even-'  ing of January 1st, which will  be given in their new ball. No  invitations have been issued/but  evervbodv is invited.        ���   ,  1 Postmaster Beatlie reports  'thai, this year, beats all past  records in the number of Christinas gifts dispatched and received at the Cranbrook post  office.  On Wednesday evening Mr. and  Mrs. G. 'W. Jeftares entertained  a number of guests at a nOO party.  Want Better Terms.  R. Ii. Bohart, of Wardner,  was doing business in Cranbrook,,  Wednesday.        1  Alex Moffat and daughter have  gone to Lethbridge on a holiday  visit.  ���Christinas passed off this year  in the usual good manner. The  merchants have had a good holi-  Hon. Richard McBride. Premier of British Columbia, was at  the King'Edward, Toronto, last  week.  His chief mission east was to  get some assurance, from the  Dominion Government that this  province would get better terms.  "You may say that an election  will take place in due course. 1  take strong objection'' ho said to J  the  Toronto Telegram   ''to  the |  Crow Lino Telegraphers will  give ii dance, on tho evening of.  Januarv l-th in Wentworth hall.  Mr. D. R.' Yates of tho Staples  Lumber Company paid a visit  to Cranbrook this week.   ���  You will have to hurry for tho  good things, Cor new year, arc  going fast at Chas. E. Rend it  Co., the druggists.  Get  a  box   of cigars for your  treatment of the province by the j smoking friend al S. J   Migbtons  Marine and Fisheries department  thc tobacconist, and you w.ill get  In the other provinces IhoDomiu-  ion has, in accordance with the  B. N. A. Act. built Ihe  wharves  the kind he likes  Mi  , The merchants of Cranbrook  are very'much pleased with the  volume of business for the holi-'  days Nearly every store-koop-  in iown announces a large increase in business in the holiday  trade over,'that of last year.  Mr. J. Becker who looks after  rtho'retail business of the Staples  Lumber Co. and who makes bis  headquarters at Calgaiy, spent  Tuesday ari'd Wednesday in town  Leaving on, Wednesday for  headquarters.  Roy Ghen-jlle, of Marysviile,  had, a narrow escape on Friday  last. He made an attempt, to  walk'homo, had got weary and  took refuge in a box car at Bayard, where he was found by a  search ���'party headed by D. R.  Yates  This is the season for parlies  aiid festivities and Cranbrook i.s  always at. tlie, front as a place  for entertaining. One of the  nicest aud most pleasant  arrangements yet made was that  by Mrs. Eager and Mrs. W. H.  Wilson, who planned a sleighing  party for yesterday afternoon.  At '.I o'clock about thirty-five  ladies assembled at C. 10., Reid's  store where vehicles wore in  wailing and 'soon all were  happily seated aud'cstarted on  the road towards ihe.,North Star  Mill. All thoroughly enjoyed  themselves and readily agreed  that Mesdames Eager aiid, Wilson thoroughly understood the  art of entertaining.  After a couple of hours pleasant ride the'company returned  to the home of Mrs. 'Eager and  Mrs. Wilson where refreshments  were served.  Elected- Officers.  At a regiilar��ineetiiig of Royal  Orange Lodge No, IS71 held on  Saturday last lh(\ following  officers were elected for the  ensuing year:-   ���  Thomas Boyler  1, Hugh Bay ess  \V. J. f Hay ward  J. Larrigan  J.o Wallace      '    -  S. Joyce  Committee, Win. Walsh, Dave  Moore, M. McEarchern, Win,  Smith and J. Johnson.  0 M.  D.M  C'     ,  R.S.  S.' & T.  D. C."  Committed Suicide.  .���'The year is dying, let it die."  Now is the time for contemplation and resolves. We have all  had our failings and made our  mistakes during the. past year.  Ljet- our resOiVus" be- the- best"  and our aims thejiighest for the  coming vear. and this backed bv  a strongdotoriiiination(wil! bring  its reward. The following might  well be taken by us all as a  guide for our actions during the  coining twelvemonths.  There i�� 10 rnneli lmu hi tlie b.-'st ot ns.  And so much Good in thc vvorit. of ufc,  Tl);il, it hardly IiuIiouvim any of ui  To tulle about the riM (Jf u-.  AMONG THE CRAFT  Installation of Officers and Banquet  , A regular meeting ot Cranbrook Lodge A. F.,&,A.<.M., was  held in Masonic Hal! on Wednesday evening, St. John's night  at which there was a large alien  dance, including many visiting  brethren-from nearly every town  in T.Me district Deputy District  Grand Master J. !'"��� Armstrong  paid an otlicial visit and installed  the folio vying officers:  M. A. Bealc1'  ,  .!..   i>lv.*0  li. P.Uorsou  W., F. Tate  S. H. IToskins  W. T. Reid '  J. Orithth  W.'11. Wilson  D. Evans  J. S. MncNToil  W. S. Bell  T.   Ward man ���'  W. M.  S. W.  .l.'W.  T.  S.  C,  ' S. D.  ���yj.D.  ,T.G.  T.  S.S  J.S.  S. J. Mighton, tho tobacconist,  remembered The Prospector  staff on Christmas'1 by sending in  a box of fine cigars. Sam is all  right, and so are the cigars, and  tbe hearty good wishes of thc  stall arc extended to Mr. Migh  ton.  Mr. J. C. Reid-of the  C.P.R.  staff, who has been   foreman  in  , .   ,. ������,-..,      ! the shop for tho last  two years  Archie v room ot   Pincher ! |G.lves   today - -  ,   . ,. .       , .   ,.~  ..    -or    Calgary,   to  .     , , . ,    ., ..   .Creek is spending a few days   in;, wnjCh place he has  been   trans-  on all navigable waters     In But- I uK. <.jty, a guest al. the  home  ot |fcrrod.'   llis  mauy   fnends  will  been j Mr. and Mrs. \\ . T.  Reid. I,)fi ^lVvy 1o "]ose  h'im   ;l!,   ho ,hiis  Mrs    Reid  exceptions.     In     the     Maritime1     -N"''   v.:iaucie   vroom   01   .vioyie  has also won  her   way   iulo   the  ish Columbia they have all   b  built by the province, save a lew  Provinces the cost of   maintain-  spont Christinas with friends   ai  .-.,.���.,     .      ,       , . ; Cranbrook and is at present  fin  ing the fisheries has been   borne i- - -   -   ���    -    - -  -  by the Dominion,'   while   British  Columbia.lias- bad to protect and  propagate its own fisheries.    We  have received about 2"> cents for  every dollar paid by us  as fish.  eries revenue to the Dominion.  he   people  during  Items ��� of Interest.   ', ���-.  ���'Legal expenses," likeehnrity,  cover a multitude of sins.  Alaska now claim's, that she  has vast coal fields, as well as  vaster cold fields.  A trolley line from the.Atla.nlic.  to tho Pacilic is hieing talked of.  Kindly accent, the '.'talked."  "You can't," says -Thomas A.  Edison, "work too hard or too  much.," With suldi an idea Mr.  Edison would find ii hard 10 lx<  contented as a life iii.siirauce  director  affections o  ,hor brief, stay here and   all  join  gaged with C. E. Reid & Co.        i.jn wishing Mr: and-Mrs..' Reid.a  (     ������ '.'! prosperous, and    happy   life   in  ���  At'this season of the  year the; their new homo,  hotels suffer.      The'  commercial j       :' ���:���' - '������ -'    _, ���  travellers have :goive   home   fori     Appropriate   services   will   be  the Christmas holidays. .'held   in   the  Methodist,  Church    vnext   Sunday   evening- Io   mark  i   Mr.Chudleigh of the. desputcher j the closing of the year.    A song  offices   has  been ..transferred' -to (.service of specia' ������-������-  the Calgiiry office'. Mr. .Chudloi  has been an obliging official -.mil  has made many fast friends who  areisorj-y to sa,y "goodbye", lie  con;indices his duties in Calgary  on Monday and carries with him  the best wishes.' of' a host' of  friends.-' -  interest -will In.  rendered, a few choice solos anil  choruses and all will 'lake part.  .The pastor will.lake as his subject "Ivadesii Barnea". Alter  the service the pastor will be. at  home to th'-* congregation when  all are invited to r-.onie and have  ii. I'hat and end the year in a  homelike manner.      Al  11:15 p.  A quiet wedding-   was  i/.ed' on   Christmas   day   in    thoj  IU"-.  Watch-iiigln.  solenin-'lm.   a. ,vvatcn-iiigiii.  so  iconlinue till mid-night  parsonage at. 2 ]).m..   when   Mr; | invited.  Thomas J.  Lee   and   Miss   Nora-1 ~ '.  Brooks of Foresfou. New Brims-i    The city voters- list  wick, 'were   united   iu "the holv |'l-iy. and   all , persons  bonds  of   wedlock   by   Rev.   j. ; paid their taxes and wis  P. West-man;     Mr. find Mrs. Lee j*Il<),,1(1 register at. once  will   reside   in    the   vicinity   (  Cranbrook.  ���ice   will  All  are  A man named L. W. Wells  committed suicide on Thursday  evening by shooting himself  in the. head. An inquest was  held on Friday by coroner  Malladaine, when the jury  found that Wells had taken his  own life during a lit of despondency. It is said that Welis has  relatives in Florence, Ont., and a  sister in Nakusk, B. C.  Christmas Gifts.  The Herald's annual arrived  at this office Saturday last and is  a credit to Cranbrook and its  publishers.  The souvenir edition of the  Fernie Free Press is also at hand  and will do much towards advertising the Coal town ot Southeast  Kootenay. its publisher and  manager are tu he congratulated  on their souvenir number.  Its Pretty 'Cheap Dopo.. '  Tho editor of the Nelson News  is trying to ..pose as a "wise  guy.'! especially when it comes  to sizing ..up of the doings of the  Mcl'ride government It.,is the  opinion of , every ������'newspaper in  the province that the dope used  by the- News editor, when he  tackles anything pertaining, to  the political situation, is of such  cheap quality that it .warps his  judgment,' so that he can only  see'through "Grit" spc(ctncl.es..  and .hea r ihe noise made by his'  Liberal fricuds-nnd other agencies with which I hey try to.confuse those who follow'legitimate  bcctipat ions.  Married at Stiokunc.  Alter the business of the evening was concluded the ollicers.  brethernI'and visitors repaired to  Ihe. Cosmopolitan hotel and par-  look' of an elegant banquel prepared by mine host Bro. E,  .Small.' ' I  AT   FORT   ST I :K LIS '  The regular meeting ot North  Star lodge, A.F. and A.M.., was  held in Masonic Hall on Wednesday evening. There was a  goodly attendance. After the  ceremonies of tlie evening were  concluded, the brethern and  visitors partook of a collation  specially prepared for the occasion.  KNIGHT  TEMI'LAUy   MKIOT.  A regular assembly of' Selkirk- Preceplory and Priory No.  I.", was held in the Masonic  Temple on Thursday evening.  Our Cowan reports that several  degrees were conferred, and that  a number of Sir Knights froni j  Kimberley and other points inl  the district were in attendance.   '  The  following   is   taken Jrom  "The Every Day of Life:"  ^ "We must live a day at a time.  the mornings are   little hill-tops  from which   we  can   loot: down  into   the   narrow   valley   of one  little day.    What    lies   over ihe  next hill   we cannot loll.    Evening i.s our horizon.   ,l(ere in Uiis  one little day's enclosure we can  rest   in   a   refuge.    Tomorrow's'  storms  and   cares cannot  touch  us.     We should he thankful that  life  comes   to  us 'in  such little  bits.     We can   live one day well  onciug h.    We-c:in carry one clay's  burdens.    We can   do  one day'-,  duties   We can endure pne da\ \  sorrows.    It js   u   blessing ihat  this is all God ever gives us at a  time."  As we enter upon the duties of  the new year let us remember to  be content with' one day at a  time and not worry over the  things that iiever happen. , We  are' not killed by work, but by '  worry. "The year i.s dying, let  it die," and w.ith tbe dying let  the world lay down its Iron hies,  the'strite, the feuci. and take up  the,music of ihe spheres and live ,  a day in a day and plant ihe  seed for the beauty of a morrow.  Christmas Tree.,  The Christmas tree in the  Methodist Church Wednesday  evening was a succp-s- in every  way. The church was crowded  ami the "children seated on ,a'  large platform rendered' a few  rousing choruses which were a  great, credit *io' themselves. In  addition to this, a number of recitations and solos ,vver.-> given by  t'he scholar.-? of H10 .school. . The  large tree was then stripped and  eatji child .marched home laden  with the presents from the Sunday School. The church choir  took advantage of the occasion  and presented Mr, U. llicken-  bothatn with a beautiful arm  chair in recognition of' his services as organist. Mr Tliekcn-  botlnun responded in a few well  chosen words,  1  Caledonian Society.  The regular meeting of the  Caledonian Society was held  Wednesday evening al Pat more  Hall and a most enjoyable even-,  ing was spent iu song and "story.  The ladies prepared a line spread  of tea and cake. Mr MeCowan,'  the piper oi the society, gave a  stirring selection for iho opoti-  ing and afterwards player! a  Patronella iu the gi\uerul mazes  of which quite a few participated. Al the'conclusion of a most  pleasant evening all formed a  circle and sang the time honored  Atild Lang Syne.- The usual  celebration ot tbe ifiih  nf  ,1 mili  ary will he observed and   a  Burns night will be given.  St. Eugene Mission.  true  Mi   Norman   Mac Donald, who  ias   been   studying  . ihe   truths  Alfred Owynno Vanderbilt has| ^ontainod in'; our  iioiy   religion,  ordered   a  Wants to go Two Miles a Minute i  wonderful ���'. anionic-  had 1 he groat 'happiue.ss of -being received into" the Holy'  Reman Catholic Cliurch on Sum,,  day tho,-'lib "hist. He enjoyed  the happy, privilege .of- makijig;  bis lirsi- Holy C'��'mmnniou. at  midnight     Mass    on    Chris-Unas  '-.loses to-  who have  hi io vote,  The   wise   fanner    'vvil  , A quiet wedding  .was  solemn  i/.ed   ai    Spokane   on    Saturday  (last     The    contracting    parlies  were Mr. K1.  B. Dier, of Victoria,  cut. I a prominent dentist of ,thai city,  bile   for, the    Orinond- Daytona  Beach ' races   rind,, expects' it .to  run   at   a   speed   exceeding   two  miles  a   minute.   ��� Tlie, machine  is   being  designed   by   Francois  Richard, a French engineer ;uifl  when     it     is   .completed,    Paul  'Sartori will   run   it.     It   will   he  propelled   by-  an 'eight-cylinder  motor developing ;.'r>n horse power  and      will      weigh      under    the  required    weight   limit   of. :.',liOI  pounds.     Last, year Mr." Viindei'-  bill's   -!I0.horsepower . Mercedes  racing car made a  disa.ppoiuli  showing at the Orinond-Day tonaj hospital.  races.   This year  the   .same car ; ��� _  was entered iu Ilie Vnndorbi/t ��� On ThuT.sday ������veiling,  ���cup nice, but an early accident j 1,'iigb. ' while missing ihe  put il out of the .contest-. Il is! place above ��� mentioned.  Mr. Vauderbilt 's aim lo own the .slipped and broke bis leg  fastest automobile .iu the world.   : was sent to the hospital.  A Chapter of Accidents-   -,  M. Cailaha'h- met with a soveri.i  iceideiit ;qn   Wednesday.     While  passing I he corner <>f  Baker and-.  ��������� slipped oil  I Cranbrook streels.  -11 he ice. and. brok  '1-wns 'taken    to   i]j.  Ic;  Eugene  Hen  siimo  also  lie  ry? s
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year.of, its'-fexisteii.ee.'   .The record achieved during that lime is
~ I que to be  proud,  of. 'Tliero.wa's
„ v     ACiENCY'''
.It will pay those who are
looking for worlc to call and
See ■ ...'. .'   ■■". '-.
NEW.   YEAR'S    DAYi; .)an-,|m) y,,^ ,lurhig:-.that... period that
. .        narv 1st.' as (,m'arkin<r i he biitil';. i">i,-,-.l;m.,.,/ ,,,,   i,...-   .,..•   i-.-km
Coin f orta bl e Bedrooms   '",    y y?
y^     First Class Dining, Rootii
nary 1st; as .marking "tl>o [-'rt-i'K Pu'osi'i'Xri
; beginning of :the , yearliiiKi. has
j been observed as' a  jiublic lioli;
I'tlay from at, leapt the tiine of fhe
=|d-.y .,. ■ ...y,,..':;. y ■ '/■■'&■
i ,. The. .year"'HX|5" closes   with  a
•iixrrou  lias not held j"
i    pi-oniineut    place-, aniong. Hhi:
vveidcly' publicsit ions' :of   Briti'slvl
II(■>,'■'can "socii'i't.-v yoi'i  a'joiyaiul.
ilso lit viiinmi -in    ,-'.-,'.'" . "' .'■'■
Columbia.    Its    begiiinihg-    was
than-to place,  thi', mineral;' -I'iiiu-
her and .agricultural i-esourceyof
I iniich brighu^, outlook °-;uiii Any SbuiluJiist Kootenay ...before   the
Clothes,, Shoes,
, JIILL   &   CO. ,   The ..inly  pliics'in town
«.' "tlmi iritn make, life worth the living:-     ■'■•■'.
osinooe ii
0     y    Prpiirietor
<£yyMaYvs.S'ille.-' :B.C.v.y^•'■/'"'.'-, :,. .'■
( (i. y   y Tho leac|ing,-Hotei of the   St/   Mary's"' Valley,
jijw-y:'Nice/airy rooms,-';newly fiirnishijci. ^ Tabic; as'good
[{{}   'as any in, K.ooteiiay.     '   ,,',   "''„'■'■',•■''■■',-'■/■''.' ■;'"-.'   :.P ■ .'■'."
y; .-y-'i-'.qopb'v-.-i^ ,'?:::
ito'i'-. prospect^ for ..the   city    of!
yOr^nbroolc aiid  Southeast, Koot' '
"■'"■'onay' than that;of-UH'rJ. 1 *M»>J and]
.. .-.uiO'1..."'''.' :.  ', '?.'."■■' ':,-■■■■■:".'"'-.,' .-■■ ' i
people,  'anil   to- as^iM in the ml  j
,va iil-eineul-o!' the district... ...'.'
JiII! jVl()nILIIIIl  ;t vn:/^>^:u:*^;;:
llanson, Ave.   ("'kaniu
ioo\'i':-)'i.(:.;'l'i ■
Mi II! Hi
lnr   I He I * ft,* *•>"•* »'»«<■*.*■* ;
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- : ;.,In no >ingle,; country'..in; Uiei^,-,^,.^,, ,lr„> .Vl„nJ ,,„;,,,„ '•„, If .'■/ .''. -, ,'';,.., . ' . ,; ...i-'t -|
v ;{worid, we, bcaiftyij,;h^iaUoni'irj-l^."j'i;i";i^";"-"-"B;;- < yv.';, t. ^ -.,-\±,.., ,-V. - . U- ,,.) ~ \ ; Ii T
o i progress been so, marked during -j »- „   : .'.',:- -'        ..■•/■'•■   . , *■.   .' ;   L'J, ..\J \J/;1,1.1 \ .    '   *   •
.i',t.he,-:yeai:'.)iist--eudod as-in"the' Do-1
V 'i       .' -     i      ^   ■ '" '■'■>'■- ■     '    ■ ' . -■  <7
'■■',mirrioi'i.ol Canttda';'"in-no..,province':'■■
'of t.hefDoniiiiioii'has such lengi by ] .,
.-Sti'ide forsyarii "-been   liiadci as. in
ats. Whea
*■ '*■, . -We-have this vvouk unloaded a car of each kind
<• "Tiillof '^Importer o'l-Z, !
*   ' ,    '. * '...- . <■■' !
rjncc: Woolen^}.
I'l.C.'-.   ' -Vl'lllHt,!
Hp-oiij'- A v.'   J'
5):    We 'have been, .bi"' the .business-,'
JbTahaS-ihe^ ■  ■ ■■'■'<■     - " ''■■- -   - ' -'
development.. than   i'uJSout.-lie.'is't
Si'icciAL l/bcicM ppii,,,l,p!s^,'-L6TS, Call and sec us before   ?
f   liuying (ilsewhere..  , Wi^'iilso ca.rry a. stock of
:>:% M,U3l:C.:|y.
ck rviN 'lt/k". ;o;-o i xjl-K^kii b"' ru u isi rt :i~ t odd "
Stoves, Ranges -y', Blower: Pipiri'ji^
^,Purriaces:;' i;Slieet';';lYIeJta.r;'■ W^r|i»'
;yyEiriamelied'';;Ware.y' "'^Plumbiixg'''';''.,
'   Mrc   '■'HiqTn'iiT-'i'KA*5"1'-!'* or the1'!,'}
, mi j. ;mb|U[J i.,^....   1>iANOK0it,rb:! ;; i
;: wih see.alarge,.amount,, oj'rai^y^^
(vyay t-onstriunioti   in  ihe Koot^-,;^^
ieuay. valley.-:,-.,Wro  .believe': tire.; pi;lik&;: we'caij do^heAvork witle !"",.",   ieehui.iiie.-'.y.hi-aSiug', aud:
;!1,f1vysw,1y,,i:,,"k? ^V^'r^uoxar^:-:^^^^  •■ "'" ■-■■'■■-■■-■-■■■■•■
.; gross iuaiiiuing; and'tlm1 openuig;.,j,ltury■'•■" ; - .'*:'-..:-: .;'■-: :' , ^''"--'^
.of -new.: -mines:- tributary- 'ib'the'] '■■.-,,.■..-', '"..,,'.''"'■' '-"-'•'•.•"■',' ■.■'■■■"°/.--.-"'
'rcity .of,: C'ranbhwls';' ■thy'cveve'u^p-^' '.,- PE?R^ *' F!TZGERALt)
f ci^iy;-''-<)&yth^:m^iieuse;'>imW '■''■■■■^'- 'pl'^y<;M"'5"n:!!.f
j sources.,'winybe'tlie. most Sibiein
'.- 1
: l'Vii-.||;u-l,ieii.hir.s :i)i.)ly lit C. i'l tlead &.
c;ii...Ttie pi'.iiji'sr'istni',-''-:'i .-'''.:.
to .'.the'"'■ -'-.industrial- ,.growth    of
^•.y.'.^,!Cranbrbdk:.  and iTie.,CQUstruction h;!-^
.Cranbrook Cwtagejha;Tr^eip-'Co_ FoHjUfHR_§;f■ dLftS^''.. TU^iE)U'f
■? '""':■'■",'■ """'-'■' "F''iioiK-'Vi;i'."
Ollic.e ojiposm.
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r * >/"'• v'1'-'"' .-Therefore,;- Co our readers., one j:»   'veioefc. ;.r..:.;:   y -'';';--;;«.; j
' T ■' »: .^rfand all,', in? Granbi'Ook, the'-Prc.^IS..;-.■■.Sojdiiriu'n>? cJojopaiibbiri;  Ue^yii
*I'-f'■;,'■'■ "^"'j vhice,ythe-;;Pb!riinioh';.aii:d ''■''eis'e.'j':V.,::^l".^i,'ll'1.i'-.'l'lvi!;??.'   '':"'. :i '"J:
?A .l.u\o$i.he&rlily—A.hajijytj.W
PaiIlTjing,^ I)ecpratiilg,     v
y i'K &;<IK -i'npl bye-electHm, everifcjught hi jif
■■v'|.!l-viv:V--:i'0"l»'''o'i''"'-'wa'S a model of • clean li-
i'-|;;;,-';^' ■nes.s-.co'ir.pa-red'to the;; ba'tile that
way ya^edy against-; -:^1 "W.--;--ii":l.:
;HaiiIta yj:in;'Saji'lroitclievvap,'■';, '■; -■ -'
v.o. BOX:''::;!
: TibiVy.t diasybeen^ sin important fact.or":in;;the upbuilding of
ackuovvledged by the residents
of So'utiieastylCocitenay. Its.pi'ey.
dictipu as to. ihe" iiiineraiy re,:
sources, the vast;and unlimited
coal'areas,i u th«'Crows Nest-Piiss
have; all provccl triic. Its j)ro-
diction      of ...   tiie :      building
{of ; tlie,;   Crows   : ..Nest.  , .-'rail-'
: | vyay*\vas.-verified' by its co'nsi.ruc-
' tion   in   hSy.S.-. , The;   building ,',of
'i'\'.-\}:     .'■.''■;.;.'yyy,-^u;ONJS.'i:ii
.^liQle;s.al^"I^i'-; ^,>'-:''
C( "T /T^1'; A    T^l i~^ I111"1   in   t^V'^''1 .The;   ouiklmg „
I   -r- 7\     -<\ ' the Kootenav   Central   Raih'va
/ yiuV-A JLX J_ 'c k^J.! by   its   construction   this yoC
f ;^;y^
AGENT   FOR      -:■'>;:, '. y:y .. '■.;^; ^■■;.;,y
y      C5algarv'-':-J5eer, Ale'--& Porter!      .
J; LIvBKLyt CO., Hay atu! Crain.
Cranbrook, B.G.
:,:'ITI5AMS. a;nd|DRIVEi?$:' "y
-. V.:      '. J    ■ '•'       . '*„.,'    ■"    '"■'      ..('  ','..... .      (.' "
; l?UL-nish'ed fen'- any-,'p6iht.--,iu--;t-hd
district; ""-.'     ■■'■■"-.--' ..'''■ '■'  >    '■'■''■'-•
f) < '• " r-: .'■::■*;.-' "'-■."''-'". ■'*'- ■;'';.  ■.'■  .:';■■'[!.--:f- --~-.:" .;.'..r"u--w; '■-.":■•'■
y.-.y.'Ncvv. \Voi'k'-J-la'(li\jo; Mea.siii;ii6-'.'.
|Finest o(;!> Wintis; Liquors and Cigars
,;::   -Those  whpr'ai'e - vve'iy'y ,;aiid,, thirsty,■"■■tlrop. iii,. and
Alex will do,l;ti6 rest. ,.   . '.- '„'.''":       ,.■■:„' -   •■■7''-7:,:i7-
;;:AI^EX;'/Vl'cCOOL:,:^F^op. 'T-:
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^y. Wlie il'y;y... YOll'-y SEliiill^';-
xy\ Jr^. gxjrp
Barristerv^:';; ,'>','
': ;; Solicitor, Elc::
"'Armstrong" Ave;
-. .British Col inn
will   be   acknowledged,  bv-.^the
Or       '
i "wi
Deafness Cannot Be Cured.
:iii«l   NOTAIIV. L'l'lVUO'.
BY   USING. "A.   .,-.....;  " .
Cranbrook",  B.C.
G. H. Thompson ■
•| by local Ujipliculii.ni^.- as I lie.y ,<;;oiii(it
': reach the di.sdu.secl twrtiun of ,t,h'<i, mir.
I Thoi'ii is only"one. rt'ii.v ti> <:.ur<: dcitl'iies-s.
. I'aud; llijit is'i.iy. obiisdtiiuuiiiiil .reiiH.-diei.
. Dciifiipss is cnust'djliy .-in infliuncu .<p.on-'
; dilii.ir... r.f,- 111.;-. ■'imlcoitS'". lining, ul' the
i KustHuhian TulK-. ,\Vhon- this- uibc is
; intliuni.Ml y'uii. liiivc a, rumhltn"- .sound or
' impurft-ot h«3iii'iiui:,' anil v.-lu.n it. is ui'i-
•tirftl.v (;,lo^cd. Deafiie.s'-- is.' the result..
j und■ -unloWs' l ho.  iiitlanunut iun:- i;ii 111 be
>%«.v«->.'i>.-.'v-%-vV«->^-v,>.«->.->.Ct^'«.^i'«.-.t'»->.'«.«i«.'«.>,^'<.'v>(   I lakeii u'.it und ihi-i tube r-esiorcd   to  its
,   ..-,'• ' ;'.''" f   i'ndriiial .•cmdition.■ hourinc- will   be  du-
Cf—T /^"^ ' "    ;."'   !-stroyc'il fof(:ver:  ninl: c:ise.s  oul,  (if. ten
Good Things  To  Eat
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* 'Cranberries :o<;. -a poiui'.;       f ivs.tv-uysters, ~ y, .1
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('.-I'iiiibrixdc.' i,j..(.i.
:T H'.'O Mi S  ' M-c V f T T IE
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.-..'   "    For.t Steele !3.G. '.''.
Y6u Think Of
.-■■•■-,    AND,ALL
Pacific:- Coast   Points .
., y -;--■-- i ••-      -.AND .   " '■''vy.'c ■.;.-;■     r/'\
..*^« ..«..»«f.,•«••••»«»
-\i"..' Coining t'i> ']'■ -v. ii \. "    :
.'■\ ifi-i'iit' niiniy-ot .r'.'i.'in liii.v" ,i..''.'i-, Wti-rt^ed.i'oi- w...,lc*-:". j.i-MM.v_.'if
ebiiici'imus siill iltsi-ngiiLTd. < >n:- in;i:; w i-ii.'-- il.-. n-..ri: M.e .-•'.i-.iiitry
'h;i.t fil.'.v r.m-,: !>".-n t|iiili-iiinj- in-irr./vi* snn])"-.-,i!i.-l " i':, '.,• r.l.'i.'.tii.fWr
rn'.lins'e^-.T !-.:iis.'d. ,T:t,-y ru'.*, t.-ii'l-"'. >'ri.".j ii-i.t .:,!';r:,j
•'ft-.c-'iit.- .1 1)1.mi.I, -'"   . '■
Fivslr-Uv'sters ;
/ ! a re vn used by ('amri-h.- vvlii.-li'is lioth
t-.; injr bn; ;ki'iiilbiini'dcoN.dii.iun of tin
f   ] niiionus sui'l'aees.     ' .   -. ■ ' '.
{   i     'We wiliVivi   "lie   I-Jii-lwlrinl    Dollars j'?         ,
',  jjW'i.uV.rurio  "f   Deafness  ,e:l„sed   ,n, |, T    ;i-'I'''<;k .VKMsr ;pN..:  .w .,.
^ .'ieutiiri'l'ii I hill e.;innol))e em\:d by HnllV| i   Moi;ks:    !_' to 1 I a.iu.   -J. lo ii p.m.    : j'.
t   lUiiurrli l-'ui-e.. .Send lor eireiilar.s, free | • .'       ...' u'.■ !>•'»• i!
} DR. E....W.;CONNOLLY j
Pliijsician inK.1 Surgeon      j
W   r
ate;   U
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X Cranbrook, B.C.
RHONE   119
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Last Kootenay. $
Pnlnoo hud Tourist
Sleoyers, Bviflett
Library Cars',- Modern ,
„■-..' -    Duy Coacb.ee."
> Dining- Cars, „ ■'■   ■ '
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Best   Meals   on   Wheels
K. .1. CH'KN.KY .V! i'Ov.. 'I'ol.'do. O.    V\; I'liom: Oflic'i. 10.1      l.'esld.'iie.,' KM!'*.
!        Sold   llV   Ul'lliSSJ-itilV 7i*H'.:   "    : I* .'.'.'■.'.i-■    ,
I     T-ak- ■'H:ill>.. J-':iniil.y    1,'ills   for  e,,n- ; -••--—•.-——:• -•■••	
:,stipiUion.   ;    '.; ...      ■■■ - ,..'.■'      ...-.'. ...  ...     ..
2 1--.VST   TKAINS  ' -   O '
KAS-I-  AN'I)  H'KST HAII.y    ^1
J ' '." .      -^     Order By  Phone-45     -i{f ;f,|.
„,„,;■'MiGranDrooK'. :■ i
15 Uveru I
~s      DENTIST
()Fi''iV:i-. 1-loiTUs:   ii-to 12 'n'.w
'"...'■ 1 to ti |. ru.
... 7 lu S p.m.
i M-'i'-ifK mifl I^K.mi.iKN'oi-:
GliA'ltY.-A  DOl'LE,  PHOI"S
f^Armstrong Ave.   Cranbrool
Centrally Located
I'ljiiiiis-iiiiil ili'ivers furnish- i
1 <:d   I'ur'iiiiV    |iniiil. in the (lis-J
A.   DOYI.K,   ManuK-cr .
Under   [New    ManaKcmertt
■]..). A, McjjuNALD, r/ii\NA(;EK
Electric Lights ^ f
~- i   imiiis   ;i nil    n i   i  . i'i  s    : inn isif   k
Mn in! ;i ■ njs unexcelled serei.'r from
III.- u-i.-si, lolbe eliSI-'llllcl'sliilll-ll. Milkill.l!'
.■lose   I'onn.'.'l ioii.s    with    U-ains   of   ;ill
CI'HIIHI.-lllll.illrllllll   lill.'H.'   piisS.'.ll'.'.T.s    mi;.-
yivi'M Mi.'ir'eliuiee ol  ri.iiles |" Cllieuilli
I...uis\ ill.-.   Memphis iuiil   X.'.W ( ll'b'iih.s.'
!:uid lliroiijl'li lli.-H.i- points lo Ihi-I:if e:isl
11 .''.'., , ,  < , t '., ,■, ,,^s. ,v . I      i'i'.,-,p,',-l.iye l.i'in-eliM's desiring  iiifi'i'-
Wlli'li   -. ..U    iv-;(llt'   :i     o. ii id     .      •]',):....).,    •) [.)H iN. ";U !N Mi.Mi.ion as to Ibn lonesl   r:i.l.es   und    best
! roiile-,   ai-.-   invit.-.i     o   .'..ri-espomlen.'.-
l'llildCl'     - U'"' ""' '""""'"" 'M"".'-seiiliiliv."-.
I'Vil-   lull   |i:irtii;iilnrs.'"riit.us.    folder- j •:
i.'li;,. vail on or mldress. ' ; j
I      s.(;?yki:k'ks,.('.-.'vv.i,.a„--     ,       ! ?..
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The  Illinois Centra!
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I lr;i-i(.l'(|ii."ii ti-rs  for   iiiiniiio"     i'
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We CS-ivo Yoix Your . Iffonp^a -W"or.tJbi Office and Workshop j Lewis Zt'< column nu;., ^nui-,. w*,h.
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: CITY MAINS.     The   O-iiieb   Motor Illustrated 'above v/ill duvoloij. \
'^ 2 H.P.  iind.UMt) but little water.    Cheaper than Gaa or Electricity, t-
I unci    tulnv'tud   Cor . running-.'Prluting-    Presaus,    Dyii'mn'os,    O'uuurril i
1 i Miieliiueiy,  Etc.    See. Iho Motor In Operntion nt the otHcu ol" '-The ?
T Pi-OKpectorV. . ' | f
'     '     THE WATER SUPPLY CO..'LTD. {
And will n-ivo you lull pnrtlcuIiLiH and jiricoa. Or'write us I
dtroct. |,'ivInK pnrticular» im to power roquirqd and kind oi '
ninehinery yon winh  to run. f  ' t
100 Main St., San Francisco, Cal.  I
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I P. Burns & Go. 1
5Dto igtetf^pector.
SATURDAY. DEC. 30. 1905.
5T Head Ofllee,      .
5^ Calpary, Alberta.
Main Office for East Kootenay, ^3
Cranbrook, B.C ^5
Poor, Policy.
s= Wholesale and Retail ^
| Meat Merchants g
^ Dealers in ? Abattoir and Cold Storage£3
sr     Live Stock at Calgary. Alberta.    35
5, Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabiing in Connection
Nearest to railroad depot,
dations   for u the   public
'.. "' Cniabz'ook".
Ihis aceoiniiio-
uneqnailed ,.: in
Hot and Gold Baths
.'■'     : y .; Proprietors
y.7. y-f.,-,;..y :y notice. b y sy ■ y,.;
:, Notice is hereby g-iyeri that I  Intimd
toapply to the Cliief  CouimiaHibnei' of
■ : Lunds and Works for  licence:  to-in'Osi-
\ pect  for "Coal -and Petroleum oh the
following; lands:   Beginning- at a post
planted  at the    northeast■" corner  of
Morrisse'y tpwnsite,. thenoe; south oho
mile following the general trend of the
Elk   ,River,.-.- thence .west'" "ne ■; inileV,
thence north one mile, thence east one
mile to the point of commencement. '-.
;'' Ferule, B;C^ December (ith, 1905. :j-
';■■-.    .;.- '.'.; ;; , j. J. Ciowderay ,
':-'.-"5t'.-■:•.-....'".-.-". j.)  Per Ji-Bi: Fdi'ir.us'oii",;,
,-.■.";,Notice is hereby given: that"'I. ,int.end
y'to. apply to the:Chief Commissioner of
:' Bands and Work's for .licence, to .proB-
ypect for Goal and Petroleum on tho
''following-lands:';  Beginning at a"-post
,;;. plan tod -lit, . tlie,:. northeast \ corner ;;: of
MMprrissoy.   tbwnsite,-. tlieiice.west onij
".;:■■■'mllcj.   tlVence:, northyone mile, 'thence
. 'east'y.o.^tho-,Elk;Uiverv',;the'iice;,south
h ::■ foi lowing* the 'general trend; of ttie'yaiii
:. river tb the,point, of coramencement.; ;
'v^Forilic;, B.C^;sD(jcember•6th,1005. ;"';
.'; 51;' : -; ,. Per J. B. Ferguson "■'
,: notice; ,y y :. y;.:-.-::
Notice'is hereby.given that t. ■'intend
to aj)ply;tocthe Chief Gpirimissioner. cif
Landsi andyVpi;^
pact :for\Coal ahcy Petroleum on. the
following-lands:';. Beginning ,'at a post
marked R; 'A/-.Welsh's north west','-corner.; (one mile west of the. Elk .River).
thence south one'''mile, thence east; oiie
mile,;.thence north -:one\..mile','■;tliohce'
west■"'one,-'mile': to the .'point-, of com-
mencerneut.-.y ■'', ;•;.,.,'■-'• ■:■'■.■.'":- ;
•"Pernio, B.C.; December'M,liy°100y,'.;y '''
■,..-'',■' :. ■':£/'.,,. 7;7 V fi-jy Welsh v.:.
51-.;. 7-':.;. :'y . Per ,yy*. E'erg-iisoiry
Jolm    Oliver,      member    tor
Delta, has been •living the const
people a stirriiijr  speech on   the
dereliction?,     of      the     present
Conservative      "ovoriunent     of
1-Srilisli Columbia.    John Oliver's
record    proves    him  to  be   tho
embodiment ol" sincerity.    ITe  is
a good well meaning fanner; but
the Liberal   party   has   not   had
the   opportunity   to   show   the
people whether they could   jfive
ns    any    better     results.    The
people  did   not appear   lo  want
them at the last-   election.    In   aj
private sense, the individual thai '
would seelc another   individual's
position through   informing   the
employer of the many shortcomings of the incumbent, would   be
contemptible.    Should   he seelc
that position   through   the   advancement ol   ideas  that, would
materially   help    out   tlie   employer's interest, that would   bo
the   ievei.se- ol     i-onteniptible
The same  thing-   applies   to   the
present      political       situation.
Jtisfead   ol    tearing   down     the
party in power,    let  Mr    Oliver
advance     idea~.     whorebv    the
people will be convinced   that  it
would be to their  best  interests
to employ the  .services ol  Mr
Oliver   and   tbe   Liberal  party.
We tear that Oliver is a brand ol
politician that can only get along
by tearing l.b pieces the   repu ta-
tion of bis opponent. This palls
on the public in time Unless he
j puts forth the effort to advance
'better methods. Instead ol
resorting to abuse the gentleman
may aecideniaJly be relegated to
rear, to cultivate his cabbage
patch iu peace Jar from the maddening whirl of political strife.—
Sandon Mining .Standard.
The mining industry ol rioutli-
easi Kootenay is growing rapidly.
Tlie pastyear had an out put in uch
greater than the previous year,
and the coming year will have a
still larger increase.
The Proof of tlie Pudding-
Steam   Hoiluri
and Furnace Work u
Cost and Stock Estimate*
furnished, Upon Application.
Torcjnto, Montreal]'
And EJrincipai Points in,, ,     , .
Ontario and Quebec. i *
Maritime   , \C
/JroWnces, j/
New- \"ork,   =       h
New" BngJann'\°.
December \K
Is In the Eating*.
If it w<-iv not a rar-r iha; nn larire.-
worthier   or  Jowet   priced   -to'-ic   of
IIolida\'  (iood>
man our> .-,xi-.i* in (VaubroDk. wo-n
ucji havi> done tlif.
mat -,\x- riavedune.
Hon,   and   to  clo-c
Wf"   will     -ell     fhf.
'■vtensive bu-.met'.
-^Lo ibi> .joiin^-c
out these gofjd-.
biiJiiuc-c    oj    oui
Holiday (Joods At  Half l»rice
Unl-il January 1st-, 1906
Von  will  »ci   vitisfnction   il vou Imv lieic
T/e v-c i>f)t tin- limxls rind w>-1! not !«- undersok!.
On sale
1 to":i
For deLailed inforiuatiou rirsi-
clas- or tourist sleeper reservations apply to local agents or
P.O. Box 834.    Granbrook, B.C.
S.'CARTER. \). l>
--v-v--,:--.y:rrvi;--TNOTICE.T^-r-   y-v-.;:"--^--'-"
Natico is hereby-given that.'I will  apply;,to
tbe Chief Commissioner of Ltmds aml.';\V'orlCH
for a licence lo prospect for.C'oa land Petroleum
over the following'*described; lands .slluute In.
tlie'Dlstrict of South Kasi Kootenay: .     ".,,..
• Commencing 400 chains north ;'Hnd 00. ehulnrt
west of a posL'plHntc-d.'lG.rttJ chiilns wesl of'tho
crossing of .the. north fork of; Michel creek; by
otie-of: tho northern boundiiries .of  Lot,laS8,
Group 1. thebee uorth bO chains', thduce west HO
chains, thence south *6 ohalns, thence east 80
chains to the place of beginning.':'■".    .-.',-..     -
:" Locpted-thls 18th day of December, l'JOS   ,     .
;..'-';:y y'  ::.''.;'."£ ;■;;,...;- John Cliolditch purr
:':'ii3    7 .y. .v  /        ■:.'. C. M.'Edwards', AgeuL'.'
N'.iChe N Ik i. by jtivvu that W dn>H afui ilnl-o
m" the utidi'i-,igmd, Iniend io apply to the
I Hon Chef Cftrniiilssioiiprnt I. inds and H'oi l,»
I for ii &[>i'ci.il r.ltLi.sf to cut and cirrj .iwuy
Tluilal fiom tin (ollou ni(; di s< rll.l .1 lutiiN iu
Southt.^i Ivooteiiav ilistiiLi IliuisliC nluuibi i.
Coiiiuitnt-iinc ut a post plamtd one half mile
wi-,tol tin, Lund ,v l!rr'cUenilit,'o lliului lea-e,
bettteiii the ICuoten.ij jiul Sltool.um Cliui It
rULis oi abiiul lilui nilli'i. fiuiu A .1 MIIIli-
ruuch at SUookuin Chuck thence out lui Iihiiis
tlieuto south liiUihn'iis 111. :i. o r.cl |.) ilialiii.
thuuii noith ItXiihalus lo plan, ot be^lnuln^,
<•omiiimiuf.lij.il i,.«. mo11 oi li".s
t' Jlii..! n   f.oi iitul
... Wilted Soy. itid, llw.'.,.,       • ■ -. ,,. ...
C'omuieiiriiiis-uta pott pliinted ul the iioith-
we'Ht eoi-iioi- of I'. Jensen timber license, ttieuee
euHtIO chains, thence north l«i iih'aiuH,;then<-e:
west 10 eluiins, tliencosoulii 1(10 cliiiius to place'
of beginnliif;, coutiiiniKg'li'lOiicrcsuioroor loss,
:.' [   --(':'::. '.;-..'   *:'■"    e.. rorson, Locator
CJiUiuod Nov/iiard,1 IMUFi. j1 .   ■'■ :.W':\ ,■..':  _; 5^«>
'' . ...f„.."'-.,.,,';;,';:-;..,' notice.:". .,.:
'..'No'tico is hereby given that I intend
to apply .tb-the Chief Commissioner'of'
Lands and Works' for' licence to p'rbs-
pect;:l'or Coal  and.'Petroleum: on  the
.following laiids: ; Begiiiuinji-at  a''i)ost-
planted at the: southweat corner: of J.
. H. Seukler's claim and', marked :\V. 'A..
7Maclonan'H.: northeast, cprtier;: thence
south.one mile, thence: west one mile,
thence north one mile, thence  civil one
mile to the point of comuiencenient.0
Eernie, B.C., December 6th, 1905. ,
.,:,..   _ .;'■■-,..-:.:     \V. A. Maclonati
ol .-       ,   Per .1. B. Fer"-uson
■'. /Notice; is hereby/s-iv.en tliiit T inieriji
to apply toihe.ClVief .X'omitiis.sioiior.Cif
bands-uiTd. Works for'.-lice'tice- to .- prospect, for. Coal-iiiici'-'.vtJetroleumV.'.on the
followiriy-:' !ii'iids":.'-b'ei<rinn'iii«f ■ at a post
niarked/ttyA. Welsh's niirthwe^i,'corr
nei-;'.:- tiien'ce, .oaijt 'one niileXto: tlieklk
liiveijj thence north 'oiie iiiHe",fo'ilo\vingf
the.biuiK'pf thei-Bik Riye^v^heiicewtist
ono vmile,;Hhence;'soiitli one iiiile;t()
point of;cqminei)ceinent.',y":;y:"y;,-;;'-; *?
;:.a Perniti,iil.d.yiJi^eni^^^th, 11905;","-. [
:'■'■:■'. y'■'.'';■ \"•■-'-;'::;;„; 1 J;':K.'Milieifjy;
51'  : 1:: .4 .,:. ■:,IPeiv,). B.;.Fer(.-usi.iii -'-.
.'.    NOTICE.        .    ..,   '"•,
;       Notico is hereby given that.'11  intoiul
.■',. to apply,to.the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for  licence  to  prospect  for  Coal" and  Petroleum  on tho
follbvvuig- lands:   Beginning- lit 11 post
marked   W.  A. Maolenun's  northeast
: corner, themio west one- mile, .thence"
north one mile, thence  east oue  mile,
.thence south oho mile, to- the  point of
conimeiicenient'; -. ' ;,'-   ■'   m.:. ■
Pernio,,B.C., Deceml>er flth, 1905.   '
:   Helen Ferguson
■'■' 51       , PerJ. B. Perg-iison
lv .       NOTICE.'
Notice   is  hereby  yiven  thiit" f will
apply   to   the   Chief Commissioner of
Lands und ■ Works for, licence  to, prps-
• peet^foi' C0.1l   and   Petroleum   on'the
followinsr lamls:    Beg-inning- at  a .post
'marked J'.' Ii. Porg-uson's northeast cor-
.mv'lphin'ted on tlie; west shore  of tlie
. Kllf   ItivorOne  mile north of ooal and
|)'...t,i'oli>ii-ii claim No. 1374) thence south
0-10 mile. 1 hence west one mile, thence
north one mile, thence east one mile to
point of^-commencement.
Pernio, Ji.C, December (1th; 1905.
51 , ■   J; B. Fero-uson '
Notice is hereby given tlmt thirty days after
' date I Intend to apply to vlit- Chief Comuils'-
sioner >.r Lands and Works, niioio iho Assini-
iim roiiiinissloner of LandH and Works ..for the
District of -l-'tiHt ICootcniiy for.a license to prospect for Coal and Petroleum over the following
.described lands situated on .Akaaiina 'Creek,
lllock -IWII, Southeast Kootenay District.
CninnicncliiK at a post planted near Altaiuluu
Creek, about one hundred yards north of the
South Kootenay I'ass Trad, lieluu' Houthenidof
Had adjoining John Clloyn's ixifil and i^lrolcuui
Claim, mid about one and one-half (nlle>. southeast from where Alcamltui creek Joins ICIshe-
neli.nn creek, I.eiiiK-M. l'>. Shea's Northwest
conier post, theueo south HO ch llns, thence Clint
an chains, thence uorth Mil chains, tlit.-nce wrsi,
S<) chains to the place of Ikx'IiiuIiii:. eouuilulni;
tilli acres more or lesH. ■
Loeatod Novyuiber—ud, I'.HW.
M, I). SHV'.X. twklr
':.c-\: '7:7. .';-'NPTICE- '"''7'y. :l"'v"'"'-
'.-:■' Notice-,i's hereby g-ivenitliat'i .intend
to apply to t-ii'o G'h'ief Commissioner of
Lands and Wbrlcs for.: licence to',, pros-
peet. for,:Coal." and 1 Jetroleuin ■ on the
following-hinds:: Beg-inniiig at a post.
inarked K. A. WclsJ-rs',, northu-est- cor-
ner,. thence west, one mile, thence north
one mile, thenoe east one mile,, thence
south' one- mile to. the point'-of "commencement.'-'■'.-:"■■    1 -'.';',.'■
Fernie, B.C':., DecemVei-litii, 1905.
K. K., McKechnie:
.51        ...,,:'■■■.,.-.,  Per J. B, .Ferg-uson'
r,:-.:.;:;.:;-;. y ;..:: NOTICE.-; >-'':'.' 'y77':-',.;.'
Notice is hereby given-'that I will aiiply lo
the Chief Commissioner of; Laiids and Works
.for a liee'iico'.to' prospect., for Coal- and' Petroleum' over tho following described lauds situ-
ate'in 'the. District of .South East Kootana.V: ■ i;;
i Comniencinf," 100: chains north.and t.n chains
west of a ppst iiluuiedjfi.fiti chains .'west of .Ilie
crossing of the north'fork ; of Michel'-creek' by
one of the - librtliern boundaries: of .Lot livsa;'
Group 1, thence north,80 chains,.iheuce eiist So
clialusVthenee south 80 cliains,-.UiencoVosv 80
chains,to the place' of beginning:;.;'^.;:;;;v. - .riq
i.Located this.lSth day.of:]Jeceiuboi'.-iaos..:,s;
' . :"; '"',' .;■ . . I'^rulcolm Mclunes per ..,;
5:1   :    .     ' >:     /       C. M. Kdwards, vvgonl
V intend
to  pros-
.',■ Notice is hereby given that.
to apply to the Chief Gonimis
Lands and \\'orks for- licence
pect for Coal and Petroleum/on the
following- lands:-.' Beginning- at ii' post
liiarked I.I.. I.C.. ;Mcke(.-hine'.s northeast
corner,, thence east one-mile '. to'. Elk
Riy,er,' thence north one mile.l'ollowiiig
the bank of.the siiiil i-iver, tlieiice.west-
one mile,-thenoe south one mile, to the,
point of commencement.   ..'
Fernie,.B.C., l.iecemher lifh, UK15. 1
'.-,        .:'.' ■;..--,,    ,\y.(.H:trt MeKurg
5,1 ■"'■':.'•!.. H:Pergiisou'  "
,■'.';'. NOTICE.     ,,,
.• Notice is hereby given that t <itile.iiU-
lo apply to the Chief (.'ohmiissicmi'.r' of
Lands and Wiirjcs for licence to prospect for 'Coal'aiid 'Petroleum on ' the
following- lands: .Beginning at 'a post
marked K. E: McKi-chnib's northeast
corner, thence west one mile.' flichce,
north one mile, thence east one mile,
thence south one mile to point, of coni-
niencement. :'■■'■ ■
Fernie. B.C., December litli, I'M").
'.,',.'  .:   .    Geo. JIai'donald
51 Per ,1. B. Foi'gusoi)   .
Notice i.s .hereby, given that t will
apply to the Chief' Commissioner of
Lands and Works for ' iiciisc m pros-'
peel, lor Co:i.l ■ ami Petrolouni on the
following- lands: Beginning at a. post
marked .1. Ii. Perg-uson's iiort.hea.si, i'or-
iier,, thence-to tlie west one in ile, thence
north one., mi}.:, thence to 111., west,
shore of /CIV Ktvor following   the- said'
,,;.-:.y.:. .notice. \-;,y;,;:.,,:,:-.;■.'..-.
-'Noticou;is hereby ijlyeii that i will apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and .Works
l'oi-a licence to.prospect for Coal ,and Petro-
leiu'u over the following (leseribed'lnnd situate
iu'tlio District,of South 1-last Kootenay:   ;
Commenoiug-100chains north and,60 chains
west of n post planted lii.Gtj chains ■ west ;of the
crossing of th'e-north fork of .Michel creek by
one of tho tiorlhern boundaries of Lot' ISBS,
Group 1, thence soutU-80 chains, thciiee.west SO
chains, thence north 80 elniini*,1 thence east SU
chalns.vo tbe plant'of bCEiiuning.., . l
Located thisistiriiay of peceinbcr::i!ibs.,
. -.;".' ■ ■"    .AgncsElwcil pf!r;
. 5;i-     __;       : '; c! m: Kdwards..Agent ■
:   i   : ;',•::'..   .'notice. :'•;"'■;.""„
Notice is lierohy given that 1 will apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works.for a
■licence' to': tirospect for Coal ami Petroleum
over the following described land situate in;
tho District of South East.Kootenay,:   '    ,.'.---'
- Coinmoncinif 100chains north and t>0 'chains
west of.a post planted lO.iifi chains west of' tho
crossing of'the north fork" of Michel creek by
one of the'-northern bouuda'rios iSf Lot CfiSS,.
Oroup I. thence tiouth 80 chains,'thence east SO
chains, tlieiice north bO cliiiius, thence west Si)
chains to the place pf begiuniiig.-      .
- .Located tliis'.-lStli duy of. IJeceujber, IWr>.     , ;
..,: .,-■.    Kdward Kiwell jier ..   ,
,53 .-.'..: >. '       .,-   c: .M, Kdwards. Agent
yyy-ift." ''•"»: NpT1CE-:.y;y '^.-^
... .-NoticeIs hereby given,tliKt/Widiiy." afterdate
wojth'e ,under.slgiied, inTeml. to' iipply "to'. tlie
Chief C'lau'iKissimier of Landsanil Works lor, 'n
spceiiil,license to;"cultsand carry.away timber
,.froia the fo'llowing,described lands in .Southeast Kootenay DisM-lct. Itritlsh Columbia.
'.LKivin Nd.;i. ■        '•''•'... 'jv'j-iv-'-y-. .''':■'■ :;■'
.C'onimeiiciug at a post planted at the: south-,
east.c'oriier'of1-. Person's .Vo. I timber Ik'eiis.t
oil Cariboo cree<i,"th('iice south 80''cliiiiisUnei'iee
.west S) chains;;tlieni:e,noi-lli SO, cli'ttlus.;.' theuee.
east 80 chiiius, to place of begimiing, eontaln-
ing fi 10 acres niore or less."' '■'-.: 'flv-'"',-. ;.,'.': [7
■..'.".. -.':?.;. ::,,:.;''::':.;'.;;-.':,(:i-iwin;i.i>i:iitor..:
\,ci>nteirxov.i-ith,--laiB.-'■■-.:.,;,'. ■ ';',- .'7''..'?:•.,i--..
v Jj-'Kn'tll^o.-.l't'.'-.. -..,-' ■■■■'--.■ ■      ;:■' \.- Jv'- :- -:;;-
'.-.'. Cbmmene.iiigiit a post pliiiit'ed.'ai iliai'snatti-"
L'u?t''u-'.'llel''0t:-?:]'wi".'«'■No:-.ii:,'Tliiil)Br Lieense,
thence south Soyhains;;tiieuee «-est\8(i;"chains,
thence iibrih SO chains, ilionco.niisisii eiia'lns to
place of lieginning, contaiiiing.;iliii;;iicres: iiioi'e
'br.iess;'r-;;- -:'-.;;' y. :.-;; ';'..::]^^'-'i \^r" '■■'': ■;'-.-:
.:..'■:;'' ;'1: * :i!   : v/;   x, .roiittsbii.i.oeatioii
I'Oated Nov. :;ith, li'Or.l     ■;:'';:'(;'*!c'" ''"'   ^i'\
C. E. REID & CO..
Phoned The    Drugglsts>
DISIMOX.SIXC;     (iljK    SI'Kt'lAI/P
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FORT'STEELE    ' '   /
'.. Notice is hereby given that 1 wijl apply to the
Chief Coinmialoner of Lands and" Works for a
licence .to, prospect' for Coal-and l'eiroloiiui
over the following .described lands situate in
the District of South East Kootenay.,
- Commencing -10 chains north and ~0 chains
west of a post planted lti.iis chains west ;'of the
crossing of the.north fork of Michel ere'ek by
one of.the northern boundarios of of Lot 4i>S$,
Croup 1, thence north SO chains, thence west SO
chains', llicnce'south 80 chains, thence oaPt 80
cliiiius, lo the place of beginning. ' ;
.   Located this ISlh day of December, inn.-..
Archibald Klwell per    ,
.- B3- •' C. M. H.lw'ai-ils, Agent
" '"'K.r.7 NOT1CK.   'v-'.. ■'
,: Notice is hereby giveii t!iiit,:i!l days after dale
we the,iindorsigned, intend to apply .'"the lion.
Chief Cpuiniissionei- of Lands and',Works for :>
special.license, to'cut |'a nil.''i'-iu-ry away'-,'iiuiber.
from the following described lands .sitiiu.U: in
Southeast Kootenay District. rsriti.Hli'c'oluiiibiii
■fl'o. i'ersou No. I.- ', :  '     ,;   "'
; Comuieuciugiit a post plani.yd close to the
burnt oi Skookuni"Cli'uck 'rl'vui'.-'aliom" wlieiv
Cariiioo creek runs into .SkooUuin Chuck river.
thence south W chains, .iheni:e[:ivo.st 8... chains,
thence.north 81)cliultis.ithence easi su'.ehalus.-
Ihenco south 10 chains io place or liegliminj.-'.
contaiuiti'irtlOucres more or less. ■■' ■
'.      -. . ...      ,      r.,Person. l;oeato'r
. Dated Nov. una, urns: -',  .-■
. I', .luiispn No. 1. . . '" ■■ ' - '
Commencing at a post planied at the lionli-'
west cornor'of 1". Person's No'.; I timber license,
thence west 80 elm ins; thence south SO cliulns.
thence east 80 chains, thence hort!-. SOetiains.io,
place of beginning, coataluing UHl' acres more
or less.' .'■ ■ ' .'-,"-, ";■;;;
'. . ' -    l-'. .leuseii. i.t.eat'.n''
Uated Nov. 21th. I'-Wi. .'.. •        ■'c-
,   I*. .Idnaoii No. 'X.';:' ''"'< : ,-     '     , :  ; .   "
Cbiumcuciug-at a post planted at the northwest corner of p.-;,.|i>uSeir.-. No.;'i limber 'license,
thence west SO chains, thenee'smiih SO. cliulns.
tliBiie'e east 80 chains, thence iiojvij^tKi chains.
lo placfiol beglniniig. .■outAliTing (i|0 acres
'more or less. . ,    .. '   ''
f , .   \       I',, .lenseii, Locator :
....Duteil Nov. tilth, ilrns. .-",'!'..
■ ' ;,-r. Ilorsmi No. 3.    .-':.■' ■''<■.'.'"■      '   ,
Commencing at n post plaiiled in the north,
west corner of'l*. Jensen's No. ^ timlier llceii'se,
thonce west Si) chains, thence south HO,chains
llience east 80 ehnins. thence north S.Vchains to-
place d( beginning, containing V.U'f acres more
or less. .'■    '. :','." '        -': '        1
,,..,     ;- '.    ;     ,-1*. I'ei'Min. Locator
,'■  Hilled Nov; -iith. I'.ijVi,. ■
I', .lense'n No. :i,'   ' : . '     .
Coinineneing'at a post plant, it at tlie northwest cornt-r of I*, fc'rs.m's No.:' timber lt.:eti.-i'
thence west s.) chains..thence south «il eluiins,
thence cast 8.) chain", thence nortli'SO clmin.s to
place of liegiuninlz. containing.(Ho acres iiiore
or less,    i .   . -...,.'
.  . l>;'.Ieuu,.|i, Locator
Dated Nov. iltli. WO.'..     , , . ':,■>.
Vciur attention is called 'Uj !I he
"Pioneer Limited "trains of the ;/'Milwaukee & St PiuilKailwiiv." "The'only
perfect trains in t,heworld." " -
Vpi'Lvvlii find it desirable to,, ride on
those.trains -whoa -'g-oiiig- lo, any point, in
theJCasteri'." plates 'or,,Canada/' -They
Trains „"'unit' all Ticket,,-.A'tfeiits ^seij-
tickets.^, ).;::, .;.'■■., '■'..,.. :,.'■:.;:'; .;.:.;-;;,.:. : -,.:■ .. ;";.
,.; Por ftirlher infot'niation,'puin|ihlels,
etc,.ask any.Tioket. Agent or.
7 :j? "P«^s.:iAo'ent, ■';'.,.;;-. Coneriil Ayciit,-
.'  o. SPOKANK. °; y     PORTLAND
:"7:.. ■;%,.--..;. j-: NOTICE.;.'''-:>:-•'•..,! '.-:-' --i-7
.N-pTlCl.: IS j.lKKKnVO.IVKN' thiit an up.
plication;: will   be .'niade: to VI he. Legislativei
Assembly of  lii-ltish ..'coliiutblii .'iir.its    iiexf;)
Session   fur   an, Act In   Incoriwrate. ;he  St.
Miiry'SjjUml Cherry Creek-; Hallway; Company;
w-^thjiower to buildt-'eonstrtii;t, .iniiliitji'ii  and
,.>peraie/a rii'il\vii,v;:of stdudard   guiige   to'liV;
operated '..by steiii'ii,. electricity-,.or' iiiiy-;other
power.for.tlu:;<i:Hfrying of freight, passengers
and'expross;  'Comiuetieiiig;iit'.\-»^.poln't..'Sn tlie.
Nortli.. St-jr.-'llfatieu . of the Iti-ltirh 'C'olVimljiii'
Southern  !viiilwii',.,v--;HM>ul 'oiie" milt: - west  o'i^
l.tii'yanl:':ih.'.ui:e iiortliei-ly;alpifg tli.j'poast-iidc
Luke Creek to Lot Mil,' thence hoi-tli easterly to-
a puint on Cherry Creek near. Lot; TlOt.-wliji .1.
braticli line from a point on'1,Lot,':!!!   mirth.irl.y
to "a (Hiiut. ou C.'herry C'reok "west, of Lot. :ii'J, im'd
other branch; lines;not- oiri-eedlug   teii   uiili'S
eiieh.iu length;   ,To conn eel, with and enter iii tV
ri'inuiiiKj; arrangeuienis    with   the Canniliiia
l'acilie ICiiilway Company.or.any oibe.i', railu-ay,
situale, ueur.^proiKj.scd .niilway'  or. r,uy   pari
thereof: aiid u, .:r.nsi,riict.sldings, a I any si'icli
couueetions;--t^i receive from any person, Cbv.
e.rnuieiit or llddy   eurporaie grains, of   Ian.I
money or other assets iu nlil of the isousiriic-
tlon of said iiudertuking,  with  ik.woi- km-oii-
strucl%ni); operate   telegraph   and   telephone
lines for the purpose.of It* business and forfih..'
public: with such other powers and, privileges
hh arc usually given to railway companies.-
;   Dated'st Cranbrook. M.C., .Occoniher Tt-liv' A.„
U-.l'siiin.,'  .-■     v .     (>;• .'■;..'.'
''■■',: '■"" ■     1   'IIATSVKV .vMcCVin'KK.V,
Ii") ,.'■■■    .   .'•-■' -■■-SoUcltors for AtnilieiinUi.
BEER '.$
}3Y  THE
beer for family    , ,
use a specialty
:icrr and PRO.\ri"r attkn'j
4 ,P. O. HOX 812      h.
-7      TELEPHONE  NO.  I'    {?
Port   Steele   Brewing Co.. Ltd.
(JiVblN ST
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Cosy and
ComForrable Rooms
Marysviile,  B.C.
Headquarters For
' Mininp. Men
Thi' hIkivc liolrl
eiX thi-oiitilioiij. ; 'P
fiiqiirn s .'iiifi L'ifiurs.
ljl'Oll   IlifiMlll.V   I>l'l!c1«!l1
{.'ii'   is   Mijijiliofl   will)
••111(1   HC'llli
I lie   I IPS1
V Cui'in^h-
ljI'anils ot
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•{•    Uo;tilf|iiiti-tct-.s for   ;..'.,. .-" .
X '■■•■■'■• -fi-t-Esii t'Rurrs .'.
5 :-,,',,-■ ■:■■'■ „'■'.   XUTS anil C'liOICK
ice Greain mid Sofx,Drinks
..'■'■' ip
Also Tobaoco, Pipes
and Cigars    .',
Post  Office
o   Store
< iriH'iril   Si ore in
^ul)   ;in\ iIiiiil;   l
M.n \-^\ ill*-
W)    wan i
.  i^'iicio inniiT'5
at  ;>il nines at,
innhfofilc prict
Groceries/  Hardware,
Clothing;,    Stationery
•I*  •#<  .*.  «#« ,i.
riv<n- rioutli I
niont.. . ,
l'\:l'lli.'. H.C., 11.
I 'oi- .1.
Fliree & Tour Year Courses
in Minim;, Chemical. Civil,
Mecliunical and   Klc<:tti<-al
MinernloKy an'I  <'i<.*o1o::y(
lUoloRy hikJ   Public Hcnlid.
Write fnr cwlcu'lar t«i
iThc SccrcLary,
School   of   Mijiiny,
Xotico is hereby givon LliaL I will »i»|il.r to I
the Chief CuinmlH.sloner'or r«:tiids and Work?, i
for a licence to projjpuct tor Cnul uiul Vutm- !
loitiu,over thi; foMowiug (t(i.-*i:r.ihfd hitiil ^ituutt; j
in the district of South Kiist Kootenay:
Coinineiieiuj; tttlJ eluiins mirth nud l!t c-liti in» J
wcbtofu post Wanted KS.ii6 chains wt^i. or the j
ernssiny: of the north fork of Mh.-hi*! oriiek: by j
one of Iho nortlHtrn bmiintarics of hot 15SH. ;
(.: roup, 1; thonce north Htt ehnins. lln.-nee \ve'*l ii'i i
ehiiins, thuneo souili'HOehuin.s, thonet; enftt s<> •
ehnins to the pl;n:n nf bi't.*iniiiiij<.
I.oeatt'd this liith day of Dn;emt»T, I no:*.
AI. A. llo:il<-. |kt
■MJ (.'. M. Kdwurds. AkwiiI
I»y Jtivi'il l.llrtl. I wlir.ii'tpiy (.Mil.:
lor ii
i.l U-ork,-.
ml  unil   I'.iti..-
-.1 liiutt   sl'.iu.lv
N-utii-.p u h,
Uliior f.'omtniMsiun.'r i.l (..til-is ii
.'.pi.tilul lii:,'iK'«. to [,r.i^|.n.:l r..i- l.
luiim kviji- tin. t'ollmviiic .l..-M:ril
j" tin- Ulxlrl.-l ..I Siiuili ICri-t Kmiti'llu.f:
<'<m«.ii:ii,.|,lK   liif. cimlii..   noi'tl, ii ii,I I.'
lV,nl,,H .'1 |n .it pliitit.,,,) Itl.l^', I'litlllii.    Mi,si.
i.'i-.j.s.-.iiiK ..r ii..'.1,,,-ni (,,iii ,,f .Mii'hci im
otic   of   tli..   nollliiT ,,„l„r(^ ,,|   !„
l.,'l',.M|>  1.   Illl'lll'i-  M-.:.',t Ml I'lln.i,,,.  Hi,.!,,.,;  ,
.'lull MS. 1 lull iff ..-.'1st, ^.. rli;iiu>.   tli,.,„.,.   ,,,
..'liliiiis In tin- pin. I iM'Kiniilnt:.
l.oriil...l lhi>. IHlli imv ol n.-.-onihiT. |,,u.,
I-'-, \*. -rii.iinp.ion ,„.r
•t i: -M. liiiu-ui'iu, Aacut.
M      III.,
:l:  l.y
nli m
III     NJ
,     51LiINT^^Xf!^.".SPEEDY
- I'uioiiasu   Price   $3.00   2 . Month
Allowanoe Made For Old Maohine
Arnold fmwi%
. NOTICW lS'.HKKKliV-GIVKN'.ihAt :in iip-
plieation will l;-o nnide tu the Le-gislaih'i: As-
soinhly'of Urit'ish Columbia nt its ;iei*t' Sossioi
for.an Aei to'lneorpuratc the .St. Miiry's \';iih:,v
Kitihviiy Company with powor to hnild. 'ion-
strnct, iintiiituln. and h|hm-iiIi:'n line til i;iIJ-
w'liy of y jititiidnrd titmice Io he. u\wv-
nted l).\*-steutn, cleetriiut,v.,'or':;in,v »tihr:r powy-r
for Ihucui-ryiij^'oV rreij;ht. l';i.-srti«iT.s and e.v-
pnv^s; Coinnnuieinj; uL n poiui on ilil- .Wuin
Star Itntnrh of the Hritish Columbia Southern
Kailwuy, ai or near thti.town 01 .Mrtry.tvillc,
.ttioiicu AV4»>t«rly following the N'oiih.'iiv *hl<-
of St.,Sl;iry's h'lvcr 1.0 St. .Mar.V'« !..nk«, theiu-e
-IcirtiiiL' the N'lirtliurly >i«bi of t.lj(i sjU-I, hike to
il>' ut'f-terly end. thence proocj-'lnr vvt^tward
aloiin either tin- northerly nr'svuithefly ^'mr of
sii III St. Mai*y;.s Uiv.-i- to u point .11/
Kootenay Luke ;it or. nctir ('ntnfupl linv
with .nuthority to eonstrnel bmneii i'uws up
Matthew, Creek, Hull's Ji-»iuinir tVeelc. Alki-
rreek, White l-'lsh CreeU. I'viaii'iid .Creek,
llnkui tJrni'k, nudoilier biiineli lln.i., m>i n. '\
iiMMiiiiK rwHiity miles enc:b tn luniiih, :ii.v», uJi,h
puvve.r to t'uimecf with and enier (1,1/, inniiim.*
iicialii.e.jiimilh wit hLthe ( U\ n;ulinn I'nejlje Krtij |
viny or any othei   r;tilv/iiy NiMiub: neiir ,,;no |.f((   |
jv>fed rallwny i»r any purl tlitrroof. .mil   tn  ,    i
HlriH't, I'.Tiiiituil -Idintw nt niiy sm-h ennn»:i '
LKni^.; to riTMivtr rroin any < Joi,einirvTni pej-on I
oi Injdy r<*vii»\*Ly Knmt^^oi bind, money
idber ii.'^et in nio 01 imiksIi mllou' of ,,iej»
oiMtei tnkimr    wilh   powei      *i.     eoiislMirt
*    H. W. DREW. Proprietor.
Aik-Aift ifi. A A A A it A
'V- V»f If V '♦* ?♦" *»t T{r ?,t Tt:
B. C.
-I' -»•
♦- •**
•  •••
CHENETTE & NEA.L:  Proprietors
B35    lYIarys-ville,,    B-C. -'.^f-
.-U'lfCSl..   Mini     ll.'.sl,   iM|ilij)|ii'i|   lint
('•(,).\i.\ii)nn")ifs .s.\.vii'i.|.;
•I'.Ill til..
U. Ai:
I.l I
■.yit,li jv.»
:in I <.|M'
.111.1 olli'-i
nil.I privll
I -..ITIpllllioS.
li.il.Ml itl Crulil.-i-
l-vnipli ,>ii.i li:li
,   fill
> .tn.i 1
.Mili'iit l" tli
.\ ii. 1 .. 11),
,|.' 11 -. I> -a I 1
• ■■It. No
"nor   lor   til.'
Ul" 11...
MKl.l  ol-lvny
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"lli'ir p,nv,',«
""  10 KllillM.v
lllln'l- Will,  1*1.',
^wllultor* Tor AppUtu*;.
c Always  Up-to-Datc    - . '~z
H Cranbrook, -       - B.C. r=
^amiuiiuiiiiiimuuiuiiiiiuaiiuiuaiiiiiuiiumiiail •V'
THE PROSPECTOR. CRANIiROOK,  13. 0.,  nUC'BMHHU :«>.  i<)«.&
.^^&-&¥i^*&&&*.^ ®he ^rxt^^ector.   H
\n- usualW  hriic! in ^elei t.  but with .1 boautitui
l.lllvji'   Ul    '^ooiia    I'iki'   OUl.s    II    In   ,111   c\l-,\     til II»ii-
bAT'u'jlUAY,  l)IX'. :«), 1MJ3
,'t'i,  I      «f
,a,:;! %
<*/ J
I—f-  iT*«~——J "e have  some  \erv attractive palters in ^
■  :' ,;y'r--:;y'.■•.;-;;;,■■■; •-■^-^-—-;r'y "Vy-y'.;^;-^>''^'\^
Men's Ties,    Fancy    Bracts,   in    individual,:■■%,■
boxes:(lloves, Mufilcrs,, Fancy Vests; Shirts, '%
:-■:•■'',l,:-r. r.7'7 .■"77 v'...,:.-':": '..:■ : -..' ,:.' ■"   f.y  ■ .,„ - -y.:'^"
Gollars,   Handkerclucfs.  etc.      Latlies   will ^
'"-:;";:. y-y;y-'   —''■yyy-'''-';';,- 77:.';y.,y:y;< ^7 77- ;.'-y^,
find it a pleasure in selec.tini; their gentle- |£
' ' ."'■*&
^.,.,-..--, . -    ■■&
!•-_'.'..;_ i:ly; _ii-i_: a:-■£.!:*■;*$
|   LOCAL NEWS.  |
K. J   M<-Million <it   Movie   -*\a^
ii Cr.mbtook \ isilor l-'r <lav.
men  triends a present.
Thi,  Puohi'i.i'Toi:   \usln-s   all
it-, i.-iuii'i.-, ,i ll.ippv N',.\v Yi'.u
.l.iuii'> M( l']\ ,n   Ii'itimc   'v,,is,i
I'liiiilii-doK- \ imioi- \\ fcliif-tl n
Win ii    von    oot :i  .jo.jil   uM-
l.i-liiuiii'U J£e,i(l.n'hi' \h:i\ in,il«",
Willi    I,.   Jo   1 111 oil.    till'   \olll   i'.\i—.
'Ulll'l      I ill     llllli,-!'-.   so i   —.■ ■ -1 _   \<i ,
> 1111!   -ImiMi'll in, I
Dr. Scott's     i
Headache   Powders    j
Tin v t .in t hui I \ -Mi .mil   I hev j
Paid-up Capital. $8,700,000 Reserve Fund. $3,500,000
B. E. WALKER, Gcm"-'il M-hm^it ALEX. LAIRD, A--<t. Gen'I Manager
)ll-,t   ,I1TI\ oil       .\  en   o|   Lldlliil -,
\      , t     1 > '
--.V-.V.     l.Ull  |ll-,-?S,-	
D.-iy    Villi's; was  ,(lo\y,i! , fi-i'.ii:
l|;iyard, 'i'ues.Jny, ,oti blisiuoss
., .NU:CI;ii'.v-s, I'liminis i'.,<,nyili)i,i-|)lu(i
t'iiiiitili>l|t;>t|--\y:i-ro ;n.■|:';it'l',i;i':(.n"'e..Jfi'oS„
slop IIIIV   IliMll.li'llc
One Oo/cn In ,i liox 25g.
$5 and under r      3 cents
Over  $5 and not exceeding 510      6 cents
"    S10 " " $30......   10 cents
"    S30 " * $50...:..   15 cents
Theie Order* *ro Payable at  Par at xny office in Cmiuda of .i Chartered ,
Blink, (Yukon rvt'cptnl) rt'id „t Ule pn'nci,Mi b.inkinc |>oints in tile I'mU-d
'..'...     -A   r.,.-,,  ,  [{>/>,».      StUte»v  ..,i...;_.;...;:..vv..,;v.. .--t:.-..^ ..J.!i-l..:--W.«T...,,A^-:i,,,,..;:;=,..-^	
Where It Pays to, Deal
\V;': J- ,(ioopcll,: ■ N(j.|s'()'ji, wns
i;,»t;'isUM-t!i|-', at; tin' , CJniiil)i-ool<
'|.'t'i'.|a.V'-     ■'    ..  ;':■:'. '■''■■ tf.;.y      ;:
liavf Hf.'ckt'iiiHii;,'^ '.i.f   Wanl-    ':   S i i:. a i^tl M is, J. 'i,'». i'Mnlc t;ul«>r;
liiTiifil a iui'.u'n' nuiiilici' W' iiiviual
^ii.'>;is Mt liit'ii- ivs'iiloiKa'!' 'on
Tlii;i!'stla\'„ i.vi'iiiiit;''. -.. ..,'.'
iu...-,, /spi'tit „i "lu-isitira^. iu Ci-an
brook;; ■   . ; ,.>"'.' 'y y .;.y,'-;';'■:'-
:7 Mi-.; atii|..Mrs:: iy ''i.M,;i(.«.r!-i.!^.'-(,i;l
i'*J.i,:n;,;^'i'l,lt>.""xy,>ro Ct-anlirnoU visi-
lors iii,i.^"|i,y>| tiia-^,' ..'.   ,        ......-'..- .-'
■WJII''>a-v'v ;to nri.'-x:.i-iri; :i j'vi/'Sf*ii t;;'f'oi"': t'iieii;
;jad\" ypi«n;ds', .iitici ..\\'ill ,.in.iu'. u ,iyc;i*i\:-
"ratfny tiie'iV SM'erthearty^iirir.liiiasyaki.
','ih' >eleeti.n:g: It "here.- '-,■   -..■..;. v. :■ -;-v,s  :.-'■«
"■•;H'av\-«'.voii, si'furiHt" v-nui- licl;ot
,.,._, c.oV.-'ilw K.,vii!,;i?;-niHiy,0i:i(i.,iy-i.,
,;    ^ j U-)\vs il;'un-|',       ii' -IH.it,.   \V.llV  IH"'iy   '  '
...,.«Li-j__-^-i_,___^__i_y.'.^' -,;■■ 1:7 " ': ."■'
""tit ■'  	
IlOu will findi-^GM^^Htiu^'IR
'V ;vV,v,,'i:)t)i.t;iUi,',yi yi;ir.y.s\Jii le.yvuy
I'^isti;red .ai--;n'hi»'i0r:i.irl.'iV(')6,ij,--(i,ii
Tii'^silij'y. ''i'.7;7 ..'f, ;i;''0^!'.:';; -'., '"'■,
■'; 'Hie iM-in-iiitniitiyovonimoiii'lias
;zivpu thecii.y'or.Ci'anbi-ooka r'7-
bau'-a.if '..£l)lvi (.Mi_ititMiii:ip;iL la^es ,i
y.\. . B. ' b'<>n\v.it\l-; anil ilooriro
vVatspu, ;..iif;y;F0ny:Sii;eK'f-yvortV
'."nuibi'buk visiiors bn-'Tiu-tsdiH';,
.Mrs (.'<'(ii-!.',(! (loijg'fion- was
.').ii-<>.Mni.t'<'il uil.h. a (liiiiiunui riny
on .Christinas   by., Ilir',.''giii,'Si,s al'
tli'i!'|.i)tU'i;M's lii'ilill..     ■'.'■■'7,-    '■'./:';"
..-" y;i-M. paju'i-'s;:'!v»v<:v,.,-.iir('„i'r.-'•' liMl.e
iiailn;iTifT^"ar-r\vorifyigTKii.:kiiiV ;u 1"
(.;'l;i'ii'lii'i-   .Nlclii-iik1 :':uul   lii.s 'gov-1
-..'-rnilioill/.v:    ,:.' ''  ''"■■ " 7.;-:
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:-■■'-Hfcyy" '- ;''-'.y.-'-^iir clis|)lay:in';these gobclSfW
y: ^;^ yy ■>-■''*y"'-^y.-';^:,
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■7^M-: ^»i-v'^'?-'--h"s' yotir ; orders;   1'oiy your   Christinas
'.'■'itey'  .-.'.- ^ '-y "-."'-. Fruits, Ca'hdies.  I2tc.
1--.»S*0:■ ^ '"' '"'       '   " 1 ■-—— '——       ' '   " '   —•	
/   .)i,i.st.;-aw-iv'etiy'ii;-.'i:ki', "'loatl:.-o!'
^aiy ^y ;c^yBo\vuess:.v'y; ■'-■;■ " yy
7. -AVil'l ..iTntl.- ityi: Vre;i;i:i;|)li;';isirny m pomin^.-' tu
;' : oxiiy;:si«^i:y,   :isi;t:bi:\y^y wuitecl oil tj^jicrkl\-;
■'■V-.';li.i(,l- ,^i-l' ;;jt-!si  wliaj:> their. iTinnimyy.jS-rnr
■■'■■,' theni for. ,■''■ "•:■",' " ■;,: '■■','.■■' " ■• ■ ■': '■'
iii X.ol-5(>ii-.y: Ho; 'reports7as'-'-Tii^'"-
iuji- a'very pleasain ijint
■  .pni-abiliiy ' atiik; otHciPiicy are
sti'-oiisi- "p'uiiij'sv in 'llii.'   K'ooiisitjfy
^ j,.i'a 1 ii;e.    'l'hey"'--'ttrp  btiiIt" itiyri've
*^:.'j salisfacybii.   .Lfiiilnoiji^ Bros.'','.'.'.:':: '-.-
J^ j      . . . ,     ■   -•_ _...=.;,,
.^5 ',■ ■ ■ Ai),o 111 711 -g 11 esis'' 1?njoyed, t\ie\f
'^£ v.'li ristiuas,, lliS'lii'ir;,, 11 i Uip " (Jra 11 -
''■2&.:y'i>pwik<\ aiid,nil' .r/'porl t.liaif-it'.wii.s
w .j :t,.ino.st tiirio'vablfvovbiity-,•'■---;-•■■ ■''.-•■ •
*■■.}''.:■."■•.'..:-.:' '".-yy."-,/ '■■"■"■-.'- -.' ;'. ,:'>; '■;.':-.■;,'.
'-■>l>c)ir^f(/i'^et'i.lntt.-|i-5^^j' MiLiiii;-
yy,: tbe.-; tobaccpiiiKii y^ha's.-vif;. life
iiit'.oF I>few; "S'ea^-y-preseiiiy rliar
wil i; biV-siiit.a;blc; for, fincl iMijoyed
by-all sinok,ers.;c-    ■'-'■' ^       ■•■ .»:
da.>ys''oaf;i-bo.uiidytraiiy.ybi-:;- his,
old;:'hbnibyiii;:Tju.can,;:yOnt. -'Mr.
l:i<>J 1 ins ■'"■w.i 11   be |riw'ii-y ybiyibijuI,
7x(k7w<ie\<H.-^7.:,,: :;^-7y.77:..7\-' '.'..-"
':.;.;.. 777 7,e, .../NOTICE. :...,.;:.'. , '.
TliMi I ii'i|(;iul.;it>ti:iyii')ifttii''(liStij: to upply .to
..iiip-i ■:iiiu'V'.imii-ilssiiiiR;i',&t l/.tiuls ,11ml 'Works
i'<u'?|fi!ftiilss.iii» to hui.. iiiid'i'iiiry u«-ii.vrt.ui.bii^
from tli'.: lolKm'-ini; ,l,.s|li'il)iid lunVl sltui'iUiU two
■iuilc's ,'niiovc -(.'-.1'., I,;';iil-,v:'iy brlilKu oil ''Moyie-
''"''; il",'.1 >"-;'"i"i*'Ut'IiiB ul. is post' iiliiutyd'oii
u.iflii- fiu.t oori.rr;- tlifiiiii; St) oliuiiis -si'nitb,
ilipiu'i; 311 elm-ins: lyc'st, tiiimt'i/-.S0 cliulns north,
.iliiMii-i. ■Sii'i'liiii.i^'i'usi, 10 iiliii'i; 01 lit'i/lniil'ii'ifi■'■*'-'.■'
i.iK-,M(>il i'Sllrdny i,f I)i.,:i'ii.liiT. latlr,.-   0 .   .»-.''.-.
",. , ..-.-?■'.,,;-.7 ■: ■-,;.,' liy,-l>avifl-It-.vlno Mi'llar/V-'..
•";■'■ j:."'; - •'"■',.' ,:."     777' Wil.ifiii'ii West. 'Agijii!,'.-tt
:^..„Ly.::y.y^jrqTioE. .*.'■-':r';": s.:7:'
.-'I'liiti I lutiiut! to 1,pply ta.jtlK! tl'hiot'.CoiiiMiis-
sioi!."Jki( l.-.-.n'ls iliiil .Vfmills fur iji'rinis.sloii: to
1:1a .Mini (iiifiy.. uu-.a,v..:.^tiait>t-i: irom '. tiio
t-.rllciwiiii; iU;scrit>tnl' lundi •."Cnniaifiueiiiir'at a
misi ,011 tiir soul)! 'u'asi.... c inn;.",'! mid joiiiiiifr
IMnviil .I'lviiH'.V.illni'-sniiiit Xo. lon'ilii: north.
llidiK'o nortli SO clnuii's!;"lUehc(j"wi''j.l so' (.'liuliis.
thjf'IitijjsiiuUiSil iiliuiiis,.ili;('iioo"i.-Ji_'it"Sii biiuiiis lo
t:)nri;i oi'iii-i«liiii.i'nm(; -.7.:..-.'■"!.■,: „7l:■''■'■ ""'':'
U.i'in.;.l -;«t'V'Uaj-Vj?'■pifci.'miior. l'M>:f. .'-:".- ■ '■■". i.'
''■'■,"'.:;       '; -Pisy. biivi.1 Ii-vim. Miliur ,y '-j
,', v>    .        ' -.-''.■ "-.-', ■    ..-•■.William ',WVst, A'h'uiil'   J
They form un excellent method oi; ttttnsttiiig.sinsiil sums of itiuiiey,;
:■.,"■:.'„■;,,..■ ywitb suiytj' abiS at ■ *ui&ll .otmt.'[ ■'.  ..:'
'"-'   '-''■   '       ""   "'    " '■■•■''■       '   '     -'"'■"''     ""■'■ "'■'""      ■■''■   "i   •
..' ," '' ■:•'■ '    '■'.'■      ,'      „■'■"*   '•■-..•'■ ■'.,-.•  - .- -'[«]"'■
lvvcn>i\;l;ide ihb Peo])!!; of    ;,y,    .y
, South 'lias t '.'Koptehav'.'■!■;'■ '-,■■. '|V   '■■••'■■y.- ".'■
f ".■ ■;
p .•,-■■-
1^::- •
ill;' :
fy     ,.
T.'.'.-.*'""".ryy, y'-'"y"y JeweCers yand-^'O-pticiat-is1,
l«l ■"-■'•"- '■'-"'"': t'iiiitiiui \S^it.ch:iui=()P.(;toi'S,C.L,:l:{.''Ci'oW!s Nest'Piiisfi'DM'islori'
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ii- ' ■
'f.■"./:;; ..■.;:-■■:'■-y7'.■."■,"■;'•■'*"■ y--'"; wy■■". yv'S
l^y y,
: A&i&i A AA A ifeisii^i A iSii'iiiStite A Ai'iiAA 'a A AA A
'-*'■- ;' ■ ■    ■■''-■'.,-■-■ ,■     --.':'-:,':,,."' ■-'   .-.!?;,.' ■■; .   '-■        .^' "'r",,^f.
■'■-  '' ■'' ,-'''— ,  ",, ■". '    '     . ,." ''.■.'  ."._■:' '
.;-.,    ':;:..". y .. NOTICE.	
'I'hIui iioi.ii.',: thai thirty iluys'artei' du'r.6 i:iiii-:
t'liii.!  to', a|>!il.vHo lilt'"Chi'ijf Ikjiiiiiflssionui' 'lit
luyiMls i.iul'Works   for ■'iioni'ilssloii'.'-. to mil   illlCi.
i-aj-ryiiuii.v liinbL'r froii".; the , following  Uti-
.'(ii'Ili.?.! liiriiljMn South Mm«t-Iv<iotunu -;'■■■'
Coiimititn'iiisf at'tlie'iiortliwiisi unrnut-, of E. I''.. -;,..' ijjf.;
'fliirvey's''il.i;iiiii;o,;iii'.;!(bc'.soiti|i(..nu niiie^tliuiioe'ii'Ai'-i*^'.
' wt^ionu milt;, iliuncti-iiorili one .niik'.  tlioncejj ■'?.''
"lust diip iiiiIu;to place 01 li^^inninK.^-r':      ■-.,-■ :.' '  ll£^-
.batwlN'ov. a«i.li. Illi'l."..'     "'   '
. ■ *!?
Here fire
■ #;
"Weatlier   Strips.;    Dobrvl
..-. ■'":'.■•,,■;.,..       ,.„.'-■       ,'■"'.;.'-. .-.-o •     "■t.'.'--': .-.•'-.•'',, '.'"••*'..'
■*'-..'-'■ «,.
'>/.;   -    "OCthr'nl'il W'tiniiuniL
j| .'.   onn I'lntt-'tii: I'nundYn ilV
Before    Starting
Ot ilii- ol.I Jilimiiiilm ijni'iior slum
.^HminfeR.Gafi ai-FinGlies
■■watts' ■■nriwi.i'xi;
'*   ' ■',   .
♦j . KSTl-.MATI-:.-  l-TIKNiSHKU OX Al.l. IV.II.'K
'KnilflT.-i'   K.XKl'l.'TKli.
An.i.hav.' V'(.'i|;i:   I.!.;..%'(:i-[.".|)nl in,
All    Home   Made
^.""•yj-t '1 i: i"; i'S tii'n'i »"tey"c]"i" i"i. 1 i"?*;! ii ti 1=':. t.".l v<"> -: * '^-"'">v a""J
jiolelbvas a siimpUicui's arid, pleas'
ant, ali'ilir. ;.TheuiilMes \Vf.ire dec-'
oViiitfid.with-n.ul-uriiI Howers which
AI'ine>.Hosl Vwit D6(:a;r impoi^led
from Vancouver ,''o,.s]'ii;bi.a,ll,y.: l'br'
ihe occasion. J ,'■■/7/:',..'■'.:-.,
.    ■-NOTICE.', ■', '.y.-,    «
.•'I'lidt. I iiitcml Miii'ty days ul'U'.i'ilut.i'. 16
;i]>])ly to thti'.CIjini' .l-;oiniiiiS.sioiiiM' of
Ijtuuls ni.itl-:\Viii'l<s for a HpcViial Liiajtici!
!.o- cui' iinii iiuii-y 11 way l.inilio.r fi-om
lim followinj;-(losfiribtid liiuds: ■ •- ,';';,■."'■■.
" i."'t)iiiin'(:..ii(:ii]^; iii' a |jost,']•fii'hIotl"uii t.ln'.'
soii!,li siilf- of MtiyiC' l.'fe.'.k inn; and
a. Im!f hiil.-s uji tiio r.i ..'..ik fi-nniC^T'. •'!.'!,'
Uailivtiy tifiugo. ' Uii..'m:« • Hill■'clmitis
{•oiilihi tliiituK! 10 tilniinswesl,, lIitsiH'.i; IliO
i'.!i;i.ins iioi-l.!i, '.Ihuii.'O '10 c'liuui.s oust.'to
'|iliii!«'. of h..^rnnint.'., .iiiiilaiiiiiit; 1140
iiiiro-S.'; .'■'■. --\      ' ..      ■   '"'   -
.j)iit.(i(i'L'7i,li i)('<-.'.'mbut'. ti.iijri-      ' :-
■ . 5S ■ .', ..       'VVilHiun StibiiiiH'!.-
A: U:. l-'einviclc, Lot.lltor',
,' Taltu'iiolioe tlii.it thirty ditys allvr .ilato  l': in-,
triiii  to utiply t
t-a/iil^uutl anil .Woik^. tor 'poi-missiou  to' oiit   ~;
'.'.in" 'cn'ri-y aw;i.y; liliiiJei' (roiii tiia ■''foUmyi'iTiir .IE;-;
sciri!>e(V!,iuils iu South liust Koovciiay.:'1   -, - ,'
Coyiln.jiiiiiiil- tit'ji jiost'iilaiitcd at tini iincr-
sortioii.ot lln-' VVcsiiirii' luiiitiilifry of l.pt"6i)as
"iii.'l 110r1lii.ru' lioiinUury' of i.oJ. C>9ir>, tlioiiot!-
norUiTlitlity uliairis. ilii'iioo wo.->i,..-ii;luy oliain;
ilii-iulo south Highly chains, ihoju'i' (.'isi elitluy
'■iiains to t>lact.'of bL'niiiiiiiif.'. ,:,    , ■ ;    ' ; ,
,'l.ii'itnrt Nro>-i.'mwi'2ltli,'fui>5.  "' . ''■!  ■■ ' '
:'»l': "„       Ail.',, ^'cu.v ii:.l(r, 1.OCR.10!-'
■ m
- *».•■-.
,y 'j; 'CR A':N.BiRp;()KpB'.Ci
"tww d,!.v.s'».".v.ii;,.tl.'.ivp "t: in>^| • ■;"!?i^''^^-i^'^fc^i^^-^yrf#fcI\i^:"l;.-#fc;,S»i: .-■»Yvi«ly-5*». T^r^^.■;v^'''-;ii:"^-ii'::i:rfiS^wii:;-i#i':iJc:".»>'i.:-»-iiv""r5{
io; tlie'^Chtof•.CoirfmiKslu
'■:.-;'"'' notice.;, ',;»
Tako muwotliat' lliirl.y'(liiy.siiftoriliite 1 ,in-
toaii to-uiiply to tliti Clii'..'f Commlssiouor of
Liiiiils and .Works lor pui-missioii'.. to i.-«t,'null.
I'n 1-1 y a way jiiinb'c'r from tlie ibl lowi tist riescril,-
.-.1 lanils En South 'I'-.as'.I'rooteiiayi'."    ■ '
i.-oinmcncinir at, ■■' .la.'Si lilanU'il"oil tin.- ivi-atern.
liou.ii(lii.ryof.l.ut "fit.'S:;.-, oliu,mtle mir.ili of. Lot
•:>!ifS. tlu'iu'u'Qbfitn '.'iirlity c!iai,ii'.s.) tnuntio.-.-.wost-
'arh.ty fliiiiiis. thi'ticc Miiith t.'isli.iy' illinium,
ihcacceast t'iiriity oliains. * ■ ' .,
.,Mati'il.'.'ith of .^iiviiialior, I'hi:-.. .
■'■! ■ ' .0   .1   A. iV-l.-onwIcI;. I.uiaitor
Tji3\i';c-rrY.' of> cranbrook.
.-,   Tu Ice notice that, ill 1 Ti-ikIc.s- Lii.-i.tisos,
fhti: .10 tliu Corporation of Oily ol'Hr.'i-au-
1'n'cinlc iM.'ii pay;Uili.,.'it the pilice.  of, tiio
j('ily    ''.'l.o.i'k,    l.cusk, 'hiiilding-.   Iliikor
BiyacU Buns,, G;iko:s,  ''l^s; L[riML miwU^yc  ,.,„, .:!0lll   i(av. ljf
■■ (.»
.:^,^Sr*^.V.-n,^-.A^.»Vk-]'iS lii'i-TiVr"^'"^-" ^I'rlou^es-iyid-'Cotr^es-lor.lftMit^
'/,''..  .      '.".iii nv.i /     "oi"  Sale on'.F:".asv.   J"onns. .     ■',
.:$...-       " ' '•-'.   ' ■'**,■-■'■-■' ';       '''■'■'■ ■   "    COOKED ME ATS 'Ready for j"   I.,ilt0'1'.Lhe -uMl "r" n"'
.'/-,. '.' ,"■...' Tonsoriill Art }, i'.'I.mk'ani,- si;uxui.t:s i-"Oi;.sAi.K.y;iicini;-: "" '      A'r^hvonk. it. i;. . .;.. „
-.'i!-^'*^^'«»i^SWMii^Siit?«!?:  ' ■   Tolopiione. .81'. \   , HclllSOH. ftVG..    -     GnillbrOOk ,.   .' 'Miyflork
llllil'i;.    ii'ii.".
,i". 11. i'kk-st;
^t/^/1SHING-onr Cf anbrook
t, I'rietndsia l-la'iijiy and
l-'rosperoiLs New .Year."    '   .
■Hugh Stewart
-- i ,PIioiig'75
'ill i—iiii'iIi'iiii   I  in i'i iv»m,y.*m~vrr-Ti**.rrwrwr^
. Happy and ' Prospef-
'■', ,.6us.: Yeai" ".'.Lp'-- every
citizen of Cranbrook. ,: is
the:, sincere wish dl   ';
^7 .   ",'Yburs.truly. ■- .:
•  '  ' '	
■   *   FOR    A   -^
Happj/;.  and   Prosperous
■•■-'    -.. --THKy
\"\A (j L    T-H IS ■    Slj A OU N   *C«Sf»l-!«>!»>!H»Kn.!K>'.va>^ .
"■ -   ■     .'.'.' l«] ■.. ■■'.- .'..■'.■        ' ...'■■-," y ..'■ "   ■■(«!
^ *"l
1 ■
[/\/'lr. wish lo thank- u'tir
in.'tin" rtisi.iiitiors 'rind
(rii'inls for pasf jiatronagr and
wish .-ill ;i., I.ni^hl .and happ\"
Now \'c-;ii'.
'! '■;.-■' : '      "     ..    '   .
! Arc fort ru ils "in Sonia IMati-
! tiini'i.. with a. vorv artislic: nioinii.-
Linij wlii'.'li- is ontiroly. now.'.,
.1 Prest f Do-to 60.
RakorSl, "
I -fl floppy New year
Gratihrool,-,  l{.(j..|!JI
J. Edffar' Davis If
j  Baker, St.
Cranbrook, B.C. :
.,. ..Urick/lavcr' ■„,
^"""Cniid-nclor    ,,?.
I 'IK i.\ K I in " _- . "
[•'iii'iiaci... . Boilor... Kv.ugt!..-fi.ncl
l''iri'|ilai'o VVru-K- a .'->poc.ialty.   AH
(.li'sori|itioii ■•( st.onp-woiMc/yiioior-
'I •".Iron".    ''■'■■,. ■■".'.'
i   Orders lett at J. D.McBRIDtS
^..j U'iM lluuulvu l'l-ompt. AtUtnllou.
']') si-nil yon our lioa'rtio.H*.
v.'islr tliai. (..\;<.|-y moment
may Iki; i;-o.l('|i.||, .-muI oaoh ami
livery, 'lliouoii'i bo. bright, with
ploasni'f' loday, totiKirrow, and
ovory Way ol' tin* cioiiiiii^' yoar..  •
"May this be the best year
you have ever had; and the worst
you evor will have."
A Happy Now Yoar and
tna-uy ol' tlioin  lo.you n.nil vonrs.
'. ■'» .
igt»IHlWj4]*^-UiKi3'^*®-^S)'-^       r*f^®'k!Hh^H]^(5W5M^g^S^^Hg|
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