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 .'.,    Ui   ..Cg ..il  ,,..--���"-��� <..:t  Us      -.  o*  ^CroRi^^f.'-Y-  \Zoi. 27.  CJiANJJROOK, 13. C./SATURUAY, OCTOBBR 2St WO.3.  No. 44.  DISTRICT  MINING  NEWS.  n  ��  Of Interest to Those Engaged in  --  --the'- Development of-the  Mining-Industry.  Il is-"~roportod that several  properties < on-?Whitelish crook  will be operated the. cumins; winter.  The Tiger-Poorman group of  mines, located on the bheep  creek divide, will be developed  this winter.  A good deal of development  work has been done on proper-  lies located on Wasa, Wolf and  Tracy creeks during the past  summer.  Fred Hazen has   been nl work  .continuously    during    the   past  iwo     months   developing     tin:  , Graphite. , There, is a line showing of galena in Ihis tunnel.  In   ahout, litteon   days lhe St.  < Eugene   will   be   operated   by a  full force.    The temporary hoist  will be completed by that time.  Mr. .Smith-brought in ��� snnm  fine samples of copper ore from  Whitofish creek this week.  Gold' mining - iir'fSoutheast  Kootenay . is- . gaining, ground  every year. New finds are being  made, and old abandoned placer  properties are-being-worked.  Chinamen who have leased the  Nip anil Tuck placer ground on  Wild Horse creek have lately had  a'clean-up.which was.very .satisfactory. The'workings at the  ,Nip and Tuck are at present in  fine condition for work,,and this  season's clean-up'has proved that  t.he ground is rich, and it is expected that next, year a still lar-'  eer result will be obtained.  A copper'property on White-  fish creek is being developed by  n Rossland syndicate. It is reported that work will bo continued during the winter.  " . Eastern capitalists are seeking  an option on a Perry Creek, free-  gold' property. ,       ' ,  Prospecting work on tho North  Star mine continues. On the  Stem winder a small force are engaged in .''drifting on the ledge  recently discovered.  Considering the amount of  work done, and the output, of the  shipping mines, it is S!lle '�� sai'  that no section oi British Columbia gives such promise of high-  grade ore, silver-lead and copper,  ns that of Southeast Kootenay  district. , ���  The Marysville smelter has  determined to install lleberlein  roasters to equal the capacity ol"  its plant. This >s expected to  work a savin" of nearly *a a ton  on the ore treated. The second  stack of the smelter will not be  blownin until next summer.  The gold output of the Rami  for August is estimated at. 4:!.").000  ounces? ,This is worth $0.0:il,'jr>0  In August, HUM. the output was  #0,(5*W,:M'i. Tins year breaks  all  records.  Copper refined in Canada, is  now being sent forward to China  to be used in connection wiih iho  coinage of Hint country. This  is probably the result, of the  American boycott in China. One  shipment of 100,t)00 pounds of  copper bas just been sent from  Montreal to China, and other  shipments are to follow.  Cranbrook Election District.  n Mon-.  milder and more pleasant ior  oiltiloiir cnjoyineal Not so v. oil  s.ilislii-d arc Hie Canadian-, wi li  liie choice ol Thursday -us  I haiiksgiviug Dav li isniguoil  thai, /inasmuch as the selection  oflhed-iy is entii ely arbitrary,  ii would have been much better  and more convenient had a Mon'  day been selected for the purpose. That would have made it  possible to hold family reunions,  extendi ng over two or o voir three  .lays.  J  ��   The Aurora.  if  ftik  ection  ��� in  Development work will be  pushed on ilu"'Aurora properly  ���ill winter. "Com fori able quarters are being fixed tip,''and a  wagon road is being built from  Lhe No. 1 tunnel up' to tin5 shaft  workings. There is a good body  of ore in sight and' the mine is  looking bettor every day.  Michael Sullivan, the manager,  returned Wednesday from Spo  kane, where he went to confer  with Messrs. Maokay aud Wilson,  who hold tho bond. r��� Moyie  Leader.   '��  NOVEMBER 28nd.  AT THE GOVERNMENT OFFICE.  SPECIAL TO THIS PROSPECTOR.    <-  Victoria, October, 27:���Letters Patent for the Incorporation oi" Cranjjuouk. as a Crrv was Gazetted Thursday.  Nominations wilhtake place November 15th.  Polling on November 22nd.  Recent information received from the Attorney-Gener.il  is to the eflcct that "Women" property holders can vote at  lirst Municipal   Election. ' '  TKAIKMBN'S   BALL  A   Most  Enjoyable   Time   With  L-arrre Numbers In Attendance.  LOCAL NEWS.  till  .    Ryan   0/ -Wardiier   was  citv Friday..  in  It.   BonediiH.   M.iyookj* was ii,  town Friday.  W  llii"  . Hill, ot ...Vancouver,^ was   a  ;l al lhe Cranbrook Friday.  The Happy Hooligan Comedy  Co. wore registered at lhe Cosmopolitan Friday.  K. K. Motlatl. 'Claresliolut,  was registered at liie Cranbroolc  Fridav.  Records of Interest to Mining Men  and Locators.  During the month of October  seven new locations have been  made.  Seven free miners' certificates  issued, two abandonment ol niin-  n  oral claims, and three bills of  sales of mining property recorded.  MOW   LOCATIONS.  Dawson���Located by Charles  Dawson.0situated two and one-  half miles north of Moyie. and  one 'inile east of the,, wagon  road.  ,     ' c .  Murphy���Located by, AYlhnr  Burge, siiuated 011 the south  bank ol Perry creek, adjoining  the Pearl Fraction, one and .a  half miles from "Old ShaTl."  Aurora Fraction���-Located by  M.' Sullivan, situated on "west  .side of Moyie la Ice    ,  White CI rouse���Loealed -by .1.  li. Singer, situated on ihe norih  slope ol White Grouse mountain.  St. Mary's���Located by F. W?  Bauer, situated on the north  slope of White Urouse mountain,  adjoining the While Grouse  claim.  Rnbari���Loca't'c-d by li. La-  liner, situated about one mile  east, of Fort Steele Junction.  Quebec���Located by E. Mar-  noau, situated on Big Sand crook.  11. M. Burrow of  was at Cranbrook  Fori    Sleek1  'Yidav.  F.  II. Murphy ol Macleod  in' town Thursdav.  IT.  M.  Marion, Spokane   .1  lion, was in town Thursday.  line  .1.  on a  J.   Harris   loft   on   Tuesday  business trip to Strut hcona.  .1.  E   AViIliains,   Cilia ihe ciiy   Wednesday.  ary,   was  F   A. Hill and   D. .1.  Elmer, ol  .Moyie. wore in town Wednesday.  .].   11.   Hawkins of Wal Isburg  was in tho ,ciiy   Wednesday.  Fred. Siarkey ol   Nelson   was  al the Cranbrook Wednesday.  J. McDonald telegiaph operator at Fort Steele .Junclion ha.s  been transferred loC'ranbrook a.s  night dispatcher.  The amiiial ball of ihe Brotherhood of Railway I rainuieii, Buck-  lev Division No. .Wi. Cranbrook.  (, '  was  hold in  Wentworih Hall 611  Thursday   evening.      It    was   a  most   enjoyable   event,    over  fil  couples participating  111 the fes-  livities.        Railway    men    Iron  Medicine Hat. Macleod andothci  points on the Crow line woie in  .attendance.    The hall was nicely  iecoraled,  i'-od,   white   and   1 I in  streamers extended from one end  ol* ilu- hall to tbe other.   I 'ci-trails  of King Edward   and   Presidcni  AlcKinley    occupied    promineui  positions and   wore   tastily   fes  tooned    wiih      national    colors.  Visiting'  trainmen    were   much  pleased with the reception accorded I hem, and all   present   were  loud   in   expressing  their appro  ciation  and    pleasure  Items  of Interest.  , L. .McCandisli, T. Johnson. .1.  Brown and Fred L. Irving, ol  Nelson, were registered at lhe  Cosmopolitan Thursday.  Fred Ha/,en and Koherl Dewai;  who have been mining m Ihe Si  Mary's ��� river   district   wore   al  Cranbroolc Th'ui;sda v.  Tho dance wlveh was lo   have  taken plaee at. Ilie   Royal   Hotel  Fot t Sleele Junction   las'i   even  1 ng has/been postponed for  one  week.  Mrs. Lester Gktpp and children returned homo , Saturday  last from a visit to Fasten)  Washington.  J. P. Myers ol Fori Steele  Junction .was al Cranbrook Friday.  A. Smith, Frank", Albl.. wasa  guesi at   the   Cranbrook-   Thurs  day.  \V. M. Walker of Nelson. C. P.  R. auditor, was .at Ihe Cranbrook Thursday.  Iv.,.Stoves. Frank, Albt'., a  Connor lOsident ol Cranbrook  was in lown Thursday.  It, is reported that North .Star  Lodge. A.F. A A.M..now located  at, Fort Sieolo.owill be removed  to Cranbrook iu the near future.  Norlh Star lodge is Hie '-Mother'"  masonic lodge of" Southeasl Kootenay.  i  Mrs. V. Hyde Maker and daugh  tor are visiting- friends at Winnipeg this week'.  (.'has A. Caskill, of the k'ini-  borl.y Milling Co., was in town  Saturday last.  Building Notes.  Notice is given that o  day, 'the 0th day of November,.a  court of revision, under the provisional elections act, for Cranbrook riding, will lie held iii the  court house at 10 a.m.  Canada's Thanksgiving Day.  Ottawa, Oct,, 2U.- -In accord-  iiiico with the proclamation issued by,the government, Thanksgiving Da.Y is g orally observed  throughout, Canada, today. As  a rule, the change, .of the 'day  .from the middle of November to  the middle of Ocfohei lias given  #*U$i*ct,iou.  ������".���'Hi'--    wuall'u1' is  The new Presbyterian church  i.s rapidly approaching completion. Services will be held for  the first lime 111 the new church  about  No\eniber 1st.  Contractor   George    Lca.sk.  is  pushing   construction   worlc   on  1 * f,  llie new lodge room of the  Knights of Pythias. The'building has an imposing appearance.  The new Canadian Binlc ol  Commerce, the only brick and  stone building iu Cranbrook. has  been closed in, and , the -plasterer's- will 'commence .operations  next week-. Tliobuildiiig will be  'completed and ready for occupancy about December 1st.  .1. F. Armstrong's new cottage  on Cranbrook street' lias boon  finished.      '���,.:,;  Bolivar Day in Venezuela.  ... Caracas, Venezuela, Get. 'l!7.---  Tho anniversary of Simon HuLL-  var, Venezuela's liberator, will  bo celebrated a.ll .through Venezuela, tomorrow.. Bolivar's bin It-  day is the only national holiday  of Vonoti/.ela and is generally  observed its the Fourth of' July  ill the United Stales. Patriotic  meetings with music-onl speeches  arc hold in every e.ity and town  ol" the country and lhe rest of"  the day is given Tip fo popular  aiiiusoinout. '.������������  Teddy Warren of Fish Lakes  wa.s aji Cranbroolc Friday, on  business.  A. J. MeCool, proprietor of  the Royal hotel ' Fort Steele,  Junction, was in town Tuesday  C   11. Pollen   returned   Friday  trip'   up    the  Irom    a   business  Kootenay valley.  F. .1. Blaquon.  N. S. was a guest  brook" Wednesday.  oL   Amhorsi,  at   the   Cran-  .). F. Pringle, Spokane junction, was in Cranbroolc Tuesday  011  J. A. Eslorbrook. ol  ley, was a Cranbrook  Wednesday.  Kiniber  visitor on.  R.L.T. Galbraith, Indian Agent,  iit Fort Steele- passed, through  Oranl'M'ook Thursday on his way  10 Creslon oil official  business..,..  J. .Cooper." G. Fountain:'.and  I). Finnogn'n, Sintaluln, . Assn.,  were., registered at, lhe Cosmopolitan Tuesday. '   .  A. Carney of Kaslo. govern-  ineiit timber 'inspector, was al  Cra 1 i.l>mok.-Wednesday 011 oi'lieial  business.,'  ;���   (('rani-: Williams' of Ki  who    has    beeit     at      I  Spring I'or  soi.ie   I hue  on Friday.  rl'Sleele  Jaii more  re 1111'1 led  Mr. and Mrs. K. McBr'uh,-. of  Calgary were gnosis at. ihe  Cra.nl n-ook Friday. Mr. Mo.l'rulo  is a brol her 'of .). I). >,J<��� I iride  and is iu (.'.ranbrook lo.see his  fill her and mollier who, wtn'e injured in lhe lalo.ac.c.idon'l 011 the  (Jrow lino.   .  Anniversary and Thanksgiving services will be hold iu the  Methodist church iiexi Sunday  inorning and evening. Tlia  church is being beautifully deco  ruled for the occasion and a special musical programme will be  rendered by a chorus ol twenty  five voices; also solus*by. loading  singers. The addresses by the  [iiistor will bo in keeping- with  iho occasion.    All ai"o .invited.  r The iin]irussion is current in  Ottawa lhat Parliament will meet  tho first weelc in February.  The Americans have jiul an  import duty of 20J/n on ]iu![j in  any form. Numerous cars ol  pulp wood are held up at frontier  United Slates towns lor increased  duty, which was .suddenly,sp'rung  upon the people. It means the  killing 'of all Canadian export  trade with the United States.  ' Fx-Preinior Ilaullain is pulling up a groat fight in Saskatchewan. ",Ho loads the..Provincial  Rights Party against tho Liberal,  Premier.  As Canadians we drank more  spirits and ale. and consumed  more tobacco per capita last year  than lhe year before. '"We are  getting to bo groa'ter drinkers  and greater smokers yearly.  Cdngics.s and others cidled at  '.he White Hou-e and tendered  their congratulations. Thai  part of the program was omitted  today However', many letters  and telegrams, congratulating  the President, wero received at  the White House today, also u  number of lloral gilts.  'J'he     routine     at   the   White  House,was  111   no way changed  today, as the family   celebration  of tho day by a family   birthday  liuuer has been postponed   until  if tor the leuirn of the President  St. Pail, Minn.,   Oct.   27.��� ii  honor of President   Koosovoh's  I'ortv-sevenlh       birthday       the  ,'oosovclt Club of this  ciiy   will  <ive a banquet touignt, lo which  many prominent mon of this and  - ither states  have  boon   invited,  a, nong     them      Governor      La  i/ullelte     ot      "Wisconsin      auu  Jovernor Folk- uf Missouri,  Tin  Danquet   wjul   be , held     at   the  Merchants Hotel.  GUOD NEWS FOR MOYIE.  5t Eugene Mill Will be Running  . '        by December 1st.  Coal Output.  The���coal output' for.the week  onding'Friday, October I'O, was  as follows:  Serious Accident.  "Buck" Ranoy, who has been  driving lhe Fort Sleele and  Junction stage for several years,  had a run away last weelc. and  was thrown from Ihe stage and  badly injured. "Buck" laid on  the prairie for four'hours before  'receiving assistance. 13is log  was broken and knee badly  I'racinred. ���  Knocking the Government.  The Daily Nelson News is  much exercised over the fact  lhat lhe Provincial go\ eminent  has not, collected a Provincial  license from brewing' companies  in this Province. For fhe iu format ion of the "News" ��e will  say that a brewer's license was  .collected by the pi'oviiiecv.iip- to  the time .Im' Martin was premier  when he gave' instruct ions noi'/io  license, brewing coi 11 panics, -and'  be ret uriled .all license.;, fees  rolloe.led. > ',   '  Will .Not Pace, the People.   ,  111 I'liiineci ion w it'll Sir William  M 11 lock's' re I .irctiic nl .1 here is lliis  lull,, sa id? I ha! he goes out -of  ol'lice shorl ly al'ler , ho had disown,'I principles' thai he once  warmly '-spousi'd'. I le uml his  frieiids got i'nlo power because  ihey <-h a. ni p i oil o d provincial  rigliis in regard lo ediicalioti; he  ���.��-�����<*���.'��� �����*.t of ol'lice having invaded  liriiviiicia-l righls in regard lo  ed 111 -a 1 ion. He is 111 it to lace. 011.  lhe pial form or iu a.uot her ('lei-,  linn Jhose people who I I'i i ll Iv lie  ;.;siiiliifying his rucuril Toron-  lo World.-  President Roosevelt's Birthday.  New Yorlc. "Ocl. ^7. ���Forty  seven years today, on October  ^7, l.^'ib. President Koosovoll  was born in the house hearing  iho number lis on Fast Twentieth hireet in this city. President Roosevelt being on his way  from Now Orleans to Norfolk',  Va., on boaj'd of the cruiser  West Virginia, ho will be unable  to spend his birthday with his  family.' as ho has been iu the  habit of doing for many years,  nor will ho bo able to bo present  yt any of tho celebrations arranged in lienor of the day.  'The Roosevelt Home club,  which was organized 011 October  ll'.'l'.'Oi, by twenty live admirers  of the president, will celebrate  the day by a banquet which will  be given tonight, in the room ol  ihe old Roosevelt homo, where  lhe president was born forty-  seven years ago. The president  had been invited lo bo the guest  of honor, but, of course.'could  nol come.  The club is deioriuined lo pre-  sorvoihehoii.se in which Presi-  (Iiml RoosiMolt was born anihiii  maintain il a-- a national land-  (iiai;lc. The i.-lu.lj' liwW numbers  about -lOO if) 0-111 hers 'and applications for luc'iribcrship uiv received' daily 'from all pans of  I he eounl r.y. M r. iy P. Glascl  is the .president? .ol" I he club and  Arthur'Fuller, the histoi.-ian.. is  l.he'sec.retiiry. Ma'.ny proiniuenl  friends'and admirersof lhe oresi-  deiil'liave boon invited and sonic  iliferesriilg ilild rCs'ses   will   belle.-.  I. .  ,,      ;'.,.-. ;   ,.    '  Washington. I).(,',., October ?'7.  For I he lirsl I inn1 in years  Pi'esidenl h'oosi'Vell wil'i'lli'il be  wit Ii bis family on h is birl bda.y  today. I lis I'orly sevi'iil h bin h-  day linds him (.ni board the IV.S.  (���.fiiiser West Virginia.'' now .011  iis -Way fr'/uii N'eW Orleans Ul  The usual program  lay     was,    therefore,  Co.ll Creek.  Michel   Ctu-boriuulo .  Total..'.  . 0, t~2 tons ���  .;Vlril    ������  l.Oyi    ���'���  A'A,2l~>  Communicated:  1 lake this privilege of thanking th'o officers and Membei-s ol  tho, Cranbroolc Literary Society  for a checlc of ^s i'i) handed m<-  by their Tioasiirer, in aid of  Free Reading Room.  c 11. Whitk  Taft  Party Oil"'For  Isthmus,  Talt and his  on    the   crnisei  i,vor<  i  Aot-I  ilk. ":  lor lhe il:  itialorially changed  years the members (  prominent officials';  Norfolk, Va.,' October,  Secretary of Wai  party' will sai'  Columbia ��� tomorrow for Colon,  where 6ihey are > expected to  arrive, on November 2. Besides  Secretary Taft the party includes  Col. Fdwards of the Insular Bureau. Gen. John P.Story, retired.  President of the Foriilication  Board, Col. Black of tho Engineers, Major George Thales, Recorder of ,I he Fort ifical ion Board  and W. W. .\iischler, Secretary  Taft's stenographer  Before his departure Secretary  'faft said he would take quarters  on shore and see all there was lo  see along tho canal zone. After  a week on lhe Isthmus th.c whole  party will S/dl for home on November i'lh. The purpose in going to Panama, Secretary Taft  said. was. first, to see what actually had been done since he was  there a. year ago. He also intended to know Just whore, tho  money had gone lhat had been  expended for the canal account.  He desired to be able, when he  returned to tell the public pre  cisely the status of work on the  canal. After seeing just what  had been done and the difficulties  in the way of active construction,  he said, he hoped to be able to  deal with administrative ques  lions concerning the canal oifect-  ively and satisfactorily, a.s well  I'roin the standpoint ol the engineer as that of tho business man  Thai the close down at the St.  .ugone   will   not   be a?   long as  v.isni   lirsi   expected   comes  as  l'io besi possible news for Moyie.  '���Wo shall start up again much  s loner than weexpecied, "Mana-  rer Croiiin  informed ihe Leader  v'esterday      "By November 15lh  so ox pool to have a full crew at  v.irlc   again,   and   we' shall   en-  leavor 10 have the  mill running  iy  December  Nt.    The smelters  ��� re  running  short   of   ore,  the  i ice of lend i.s  good and we are  anxious to do business."  The blacksmith shop is practi-  ;ally t.coinpleted, and ihe hoist  vhich was brought over from  'ossland' is being installed and  v il I bo, ready for use in a few-  lays. Work: in the shaft will be  resumed next week. The new  'ioist will he here aud installed  -ny the liisi,,,oi" tho year. The  ierminal building and ore bin at ,-  'he upper end ol the gravity  rram are nearly finished.���Moyio  Leader.  : Annual Ball of Tennis Club.  New- Method of .Speed- Testing. ;  Washi.iigtjln^ I). G, Oct.'.27.���  Tlio now protected cruiser' Charleston, \G11eh will bo 'tested 'for  speed 'tomorrow is 1 he first warship lo be tested iii accordance,  with the hew system 'of 'speed  lesliiig. Formerly'the. vessels  wore' given a run o.ver.a slaked  course of a. -definite, number'of'  miles or knots. '1,'uder the pros-  e.iit.sy-.';!.e!:!-.!.he..ru,.'.oluti(ins of 1 lie  screws during a run in lhe open  son are watched, al'ler the propellers had been carefully, standardized. This method 'was chosen  a.t    lhe   reci/.n.iiiiciidal ion   of   -the  former ��� l'*.ngii r-in-Cliiel'    Mel  villo. and is regardi'd as Iho most  scieiiiilic and accu-ale ,'mciliod  vol-devised for   ascertaining the  rV_0n tho evening of the 24th the ���  Cranbroolc; Lawn l,Tennis Club  gave their annualsbalh and judg-  ing_,by the numbers- that'took  advantage-of the occasion, the  popularity of tho event is greatly  fm the increase. This is as it  should be, as' no trouble was  spared to make the dance a sue- ���  cess. The music and-the floor  wore excellent, and the decorations showed tastefulness, being  appropriale.and harmonious. In  fact iho club is io be congratulated. - . '        p,  Although ii was notour intention to make any remarks in regard to the tcost.umse.s of the  ladies,, which 'were most 'artistic  and becoming, we cannot refrain  from observing the impress of a  certain publication,-.which' evidently had iis olfect upon the  minds of tlio costiuners; not that  this country has ever been guilty  of that misdemeanor, but we  presume that prevention is better than cure.,  Wo wore sorry to see that the  single ladies were in a minority.  Now, this is not right in a growing community, and should be  altered as.-ioon as possible. Also,  that some men, very few, we are  glad 10 say, think that their sole  aim at a dance is to look nice;  this i.s a mistake. A plain man  who dances well is in greater  favor than a good looking figurehead. So it behoves every maD  to do His best lo .improve his  dancing and not be content with'  being wall-flowers.,,  When all is said and done,  everyone enjoyed themselves to  the end, which came all too suddenly, although then past two  o'clock, and the over 60 guests  wended their way homeward.  Indians   at,St.   Eugene   Mission.  The Indians are arriving at the  St. Eugene Mission to''celebrate  the first and second of November. ' On those days the offices  will bo held as it is usual, every  year,1 viz: Wednesday, feast of  All Saints;-.Mass will be celebrated- at, il o'clock in 'the morning. ���  Sermon from, i,his text of St.  Matthew,-c.: :22, verse 14,'"Many  are,called, hut few are chosen."  Thursday* All Souls Day: Mass  at t'l-...o'clock. Subject to be  preached: '"There is a .Purgatory." In the afternoon, procession to lhe grave yard, ' and  special prayers for the   dead.  Death'..on Traok.  In lormer  I" the. Cabinet,  members  of  An.accident occurred about five  miles oast of-Wardner Which resulted in tlio .death of an. Indian.  His, name .was Alexander, lie  was deaf, which accounts for his  sea speed c|f  a  sloauiship.    Tho ' not hearing the approach'of the  Charleston"will bo given a run of  four hours.  train.    No IiIiuik'   is . attached to  the company or train crew.  j%��B THE PROSPECTOR,,, CRANBROOK,   B,'C;,-, OCTOBER ��8,  1905  '   'yftffffff yfffi;- ff'ff.^f  COUGHS AND  CD1DS  ���at*' ..    ���i^-  '���-'': its'weiil.th. .with   a,'lavish  hand, - ���,...=;  $JV&8p&CZOT.  bu ���- -o. -..:....'..--Y??.        ,   .: mvs  , :      'ESTABl.'lSHKIl.   1��W  A.  B. Grace,  I' U HI Jsh 1C U  : AN I i    KI > I TO H,  it il will   take labor to make it \ l'{f  known. \ " ������<: . ?\vi  iv/t  %  Tlie indications are Strong'thai '  A lljorla   and,' Saskatchewan will  ���?  ��� " ..."'-'?;..,.'?       !   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"7,  ~= Cranbrook,,  M(3Qlary's MamouST:  ���VV.'  ������<t;'''������-��� ���������'"���'y'Y-x    Y;y   mt v ChoiceVConfectionery     '��  |:^ -Th.^.;^ .U-liipreJuumry'-W.; m:Ui;;^. FrgsfiV- N"ij'ts:   Tresh Fruits 4  l.mg properly in .Xaitheasi, ?K0p.t-1 jr?..;' f   .   ,?? .? ���    >':'y?  . , ;? *r  "cranberries  ���" V|.'oiu>rti'.\'xks(;i vilS'G-''  ;^a^iiii(fit;i>f:  ^  ^  m  ���&  %  u  1  99  RHONE,"! 19  I  w  0  r ^^iommmjwm spEEDVr7?  Purchase . Price: $3.00   a  Month  Allowance VMa:de:For Old Machine  SF.K.  flpnoifl & RoDerts  SHORT LIKE  BEtWEEN  5'PAUL-CHICAGO  OMAHA-CHICAGO  KjnsaiCily-CHICAGO.  ����� Ci-anbrookv B.C.        ; .''Miiist; Kootenay  f:��^e��������*����s����*s����*i����������s����9��������s��s������s������sa��9S��S9��9  m ,?tfiaa X'vor ?,?t".  ; enay yjusl.-.a?, prose  be'foro':.:.?.\Ve.,.'i.'iiri ?'safely count ,onyi  a prii^ptn'ous;season .iiGXtVyi?a!iJ.V:V I A.  mtyy  B E ST    \ N   T HE   LAN D.  CosyV'ah'd;v;',^V":*!,'-'-',i?^'  Comfortable Rooms:  Heeid"quarlers fpr  y'"?;::Miriirig"'IVlen::''??:  -v/^'vY-'^f^^'f: ^,v'.>  l he'peoplvol brannrooK ha vim 4- .'.*���:-.���;:   . ���"  ...���.������,,...        ������.���-.���.��� .    J.  no;k)eky.comi,n>;?jp;st i.t present  Th'ev;. iu-e - at .yisriVa'cu '.with?,tlin:i ���HrKH-H-H^s'  T  T  1"  T  iyiarysv.ilie;T ,B!.Ci'.  FRANK ANGERE. Manager  ���f '",-?.''"���'..'I'hii'-i'ti'invi'! lintel hifeThoiin roc-i.'iil ly.m-oetod, .ami neatly furnish-.  '"'.:'ed , fhroiiirlinut.?" The'  liar, is   supplied '.witli"'..'l.lie   liest bi'ands.of  V? V ���I>i<pi.<,).i'-s'-'!ind Cigars.   -  ,' '  ;: ?   ������' '   .?...?..??    ������;'?-.���??'  ffyfif'    "i'  ������������������������������������������������������������������' ������������������������������������������������������������������  -IvM^^TffiEY^r^^'l  ':|'''7:::;��REWffl:G:'���Q?,iTD.?^  ft-'-i 'Y ������-."-.- -,*������. ."-V'c vFERNIE; B.C.'' .    ?,.'',.'.���  ��� MAND:PACrrtJKRRSniul  BKIi5W.BKS.i-if' EX'TRA.':I?];NK���V.���  | V '���';?BEER; '��� f: yPORTEK ?������.'A  -.I"-'SOLD BYVtHE;:BARRELrKEG?OK?:B0TTLED ?J  ��� '������������."  ��� ��� ,    '"     ��� ���     ....'���'.J  1 Bottled Beer forVFaiitilv,        V;   , ';     ���  -   w     '-..���-, . .������������.���'.���' ���'.-���/���.���  -7 ������       ��  ��� '.'  :���'  use a specialty  ������'  ,������  ���  ���  ���  ��� ,  t     Outside: Orders ?  ���     , ���'-,'    GIVEN .STRICT AND  PROMPT. ATTENTION  ~ ^ 'SATISFACTION'". GUARA^TEEC--. I  .": :    '���#...;.'������ '���'���..., . ���  '.-.'������'o" d , P. O. BOX 812      i*, .   ���  ' ^  .'.TELEPHONE  NO. 1       fs '.?���,'.'    .     - J  Port   Steele  Brewing Go., Ltd.     ���  ^���������������������������������������������������������������- ������������������������������������ ������������'���������'���������  world. ;���.-���,;?"'7>.. > -?: ��������� ������.?.���'.'���'   ??'?:.  7';-'7��� :. y.  .   .���?.':���?      :.y���a.?  Gotaiiif'rci'al-. iravslliT'i-s?.?who1;  1 idves:visited (?'rau,hrook Vif: la 16  say ..that; it, ?^s,;tiio , livojiestylmsi-?,  neSs,tqwudii tire.Kooteitays.s? ?y  ?,. .'-V-yV.'^^A?':"' '?'?-'���. .?���??,���.?? ?V..i,?.-7?VVVs7c?VV  ??' '.r'.ii ��j i 'i.^ visvVti.t'fJ ;>i ft;��r'.-ji.e.t Le i'\.*>'Q':��"d?i.  ;y uht rails,, and, wvV'h11^7 lookyi'dr  .jiic:j.'.Qyisj!;jl'l;:.ai'.Miii")ni..'.ia  tht5,iic;xt'])rovjiiciiil assenili.lyl' ,?V  y,   7. "      ���'.. ���    .;���''.-;���'ii' ''       ',.'���' ' 7,! '���  i- St ranii'ei-s -.:vVsiti'i'i^r��� ��� C.J'ti.iil^rool';  go ������ away ;Vwifh ��� the iinijrossion  'that' the iiiine.s in .Qiir "vicinity,  aiid the iinuien'so, luiiilier1 resource's iributory Hi t|iis'vtowrn,  must of nei-essity. ma Ice our city  (inc. of.'iriv'ai'iniiiorlance.?  .-s'     ������:..'���    .���';���,.  '���   A  niuiii)4r..of   Colorado people,:  have b(,i(ni,iin,.i.h(:i'(li.^1.r.ict,\recent.!.y;  lookine- ()Ytfr tlie mineral ;. re-  ���sources".   They, all ,- express;sur-  ]>rise at;,V the : showinirs on many  .elainis,. inthis vieinily..   ";. :'' '';,'  ,[f';Eas.i l\ootenay is not,,.in the  scene ..o.i',".,ifroat; 'ininiiigyactiv.ity  'within,, j:he. next year, we. are  sailly ii'iisiak'.e.n We have ' repeat odlyV staled that iio where in  the L'l'-ovi'iieejs I here such a rarity of (iniiierals. .and as develop--'  ���iiion? pi'oci:efl.s oil the..'.'Various  claims; the ore bodies give evi-'  deiice.S' -'oi' ..��� permanency. The  man who'-'stays with Cranbroolc  and'.Kas.i .k'ootenay wi.ll lie'in tshe  swiui' ' "   ��� '.'������ '"., '   "   ���    '.'���:.-.-  .^crvfiiiKrrirfrififrffffrifrivifliiviifiiiififfifi^.  ?'Rockv'Mountain -Ghapter' h  5 ��.. ;s?V?'Y'"??;,,': yy-'f ?"???'?,. fy:'..'? ;'��:.  is,: ?���..������... ,'Nu.  i-Jo. ?i;.: a. .\i. ;    ? , :;  ;�����'���--Yy .yy. ,y,c..,:,..r/.fiyy.yyy,y. ,:,. ,-:  :e ��� ������"" .ti latA.N'UllOOK'. Ii. C: s. .��� ���.; . s S:  ���iS;??'?;."?.,;. ?.';f??7?y??: *r;i?;?;, ���"'���'���. \.  ^-:V;\!,'l'!wiil!u;'''tiieiitijijrs:--r-r2iKri'ii'i.'s'-.i',S'  '|S,; clfiy   iii '"f��u:li.^mii'iith?7'iii,'Vi:tj;li.i'-.?^  ���sO'dkiijK;:,..  ,3s, Vs;Si^oiii-niil^sy<.:'()iir|iiiiii<)n,Si,!ai'e. ? t  ���.5;v-'C(ir(l..iid.ly--tri.vilefl.7i'-;fe^'',.^  i�� -Yii ������ i Of Alf Bu ii l((^ w,;Si;rilie 'iii-.' f.  Prdfessiotial.  HARVEY :&y, McCARTER  BARRISTERS AND SOLICITOKS  ciiA'Ni' toot..,.-'   H.C..V  W. F. GURD  Barrister  '      ,,  Solicilbr, Etc.  CrailbrOOk -    ������ British?Columbia'  ���8 ?CHENETTE'& NEALv Proprietorsv? tf'VV,. ^K,?  <*f:-"i"mi y?'' "if. i iy "'fixfty    .'if ffyf ���:?:: xy: ?''&"  $f} f :;;".^^,??.,Max��ys'ville^v?'':B-Q    *zfr?-:  ;y1  m  "4  fli'i       :TheV?lari/est ���?; and; '���' b&tVtequippftd.dibt el ih'Xhe^St. ;Marys"':��?  S^vaiieyr'::;;:5':::x^0M'iiC)  %.  ���S^iS*^****^******?***?*^***?*?^**^***?*?****^  yVoui- aGteiilion is uallod, to. ilie.V. . ���'  .''.Piohecr Limited''?traiiis(if;-t.li(iV"Mil-? y;-s  waukce ik.St Paul ..ltailwiiy." .���'������Tliu. only ..',,.;'.  'perfect trairis, in t,hc worlfl."    ��� ','���-���f'f y  ; You wili Iind it desirable to i-iilfe on ,y  those trains when j^oing- to any 'point, in '"���'.  ilie Kastel'ii'States ?()!��� Caiiada.V 'TheyV?:  connect,, with, j   all    . Ti-aiisron linen tal :.' -f  Triiins.and   :all sTii'.kots'AiienLs ? sell ?  ���..--���������'-������.    ������   .!������ .......���        -'ey    ., '  tickets.:?;.?';   ? y .-'. ... "...-.    ?  ;.: ...'        ..ys,  V 'For fui'tliei' infOi'iiiation, pain phi els, s   ','y  etc, ask any,Tieke.t Affcnt or's   .   ;    P  'if\t. K0Kp,??7s'V."H- '.aV'-l'ipWK,*?-,'': ��� .  -. ���;;���: Paas?sAs;-eif i V 'Yxf G e n era I A -je ii ti ���'.?". V'-'-V  '? Sl'QKANK.? V HOUTLANIJ. ;   ':'.  :?S:A?��E';VTIM;E:?  All   THE   .TIME  ;i. '������ ������������''���" BY 'USING?"  em*, n  N��"B',>'  jiiFIannels; Blankets;  Gurtuins,  Carpefs;- Htc.  We,Make a.,Specialty:oiV.\Va!>hing7Q.P?E.V  ?������?"'?, ;if Y';'.'Y ',.,';' .No Ghinamei'i Em ployed ' ?'.-'?,? 'V.?;', ��V ,<,  ' ; 'if'''-  if 'i. f - , : ���' V' 'A "LiL ���.''���', WORK- ;; GUAR ANT ICED   ..FIRST? ?CL A SS  E. H. SIiATER?   Proprietor  C.  H. DUNBAR  i.i.vftfttsTi-ui. .sor.ici'i'oi;  and  NOI'AIIY   finilJC.'  Cranbroolc,   B.C.  G..-H-. Thompson   4*V  ^      -^-r^-r^r^-r^ n r^i   *   -r^  I NORTH    STAR  -^    HOTEr ��  ";.-.��.���'!'.'. ?,? ? ���:'.'.���: -'.f   -:i..y TO    Y',r- Y'Y ,', -;, ? ?,���.���:, '���-'>- ��� 77.:,, ���;-.. 1  yy SEATTLE,   TACOM A    V ????V? ''"'VV,  .?.?'',- iiy.y'fi 7??V:ANi>:ALL'?:?'������'?--s.7? '??? .'Y ���yf.. '  ^PacifiCy.CoasfsV'PointS'fcy  ST. PAUL, CHICAGO|NEW YORK;  ?   ;-;  V'PEilace;tand Tourist  .  'Sleepers, sBuft'ott   ?  Library? Cars, Modern  Day.Coaehee.  Dining- Cars,  , MEALS   A   LA   CARTE.  Best, Meals   on   Wheels  #  Kimberley;   G.C.  ^  *  -#.'���;. H. W, DREW. Proprietor.  i!AUi!iS'i'i.:i; i sniVn.-ri-oi,'  n'otakv i'(-in.n'  TAKK s-nTIt K  til"!, ml, ���!".: i:���,\ .:  Cniwiil'--:,,-,' :���   ���'   I.  ii��^,  Three & Four, Year Courses  in   Mil,,11'^, Cll,'iiliL-:il. Civil.  M.-,-li;iiii,.'..l';in,l Kl'-t-trii-il  Rnjlnerrlnic,  . M:.ii^'-.-ii"'^y ^n'l ('.'-,. 1..i'^y.      . ii ,:.',',,,-  .ik.-I.Hjy :lll,l    1-illil'ur   Ili-.-l.lll-.. ;,'������,.    .;,,  IVril'  for  i-ulrililar tn ,.'. .  '   ,   .ii;,?,, ...  |,  .The S'.'(.'ct:*ry. ��� ,'<,j,i!t,",  Pfhnril   ol ' .Mill-.HU.      '���,,,.],|_;,.y  Kin^-.|on. (l,,L      ,!,,,,',,,,;,���  - ; .^IM !l |,��� v.,!  ���    ! .'..n,.-!' :.-,i  ; :i,,ii, ,��� >",  rrJJ��� ,l'.',l!, ,��� ii..  '   . i,ici-:.s-(-Ks i-V'i: s-ki.i.ix,; \i-ksi,.i;y     ': "��� :'''���"'��� ���������'���  ��� y '���' ' stock. . ! '"'fy  All.'llUon   I"   ilill-i-l.;-!   I"   til.-    i'l-i.vi-ii.ili-'   ,.f '      ]K- ���  -.-.���. ir.'.f ih.- lini-in'iiiiiii'Hi  i'...���,,i  A-1   �� lii.'li ! ' V;  !t,.n,U :,. (till.iiv^- ' '    ;    .?���''  SN,, |���-.i'-om. rlrut"! ,',.,'|,",;,l i,,ri .1,;, II','i,'4i-.:'-I  '���/r ,-,,r,l in,,--   in   ll,--' l,.,,.,iri,-.^   "f    -,'lliii|:. ,.'V- j  : '|ii'liii-:i��il.    ;i'.'.',,l.'? -,.11,'il.il'. " ,.i. '���  nl.linrK'i  ������oltlilli   ll,.,   IT...i III.'.'     Inill .In.-.",.    |.l(|iil-  ���     l,���r-"i':, ^1,���A   -M' ,,f ll,,|,..|lll|..-   IS'.'    -,C'.    ',.,,,  |  ���l:;...-*. |,l���ulv ,.,,  ni:,7>--r'.'   ^1,,,-ls   In!"   11,--   I'i"- j ' ":'!"j'  'vlu,-, ������> ,ii,...,?lli'-i   l,,n lnu- ,.I.l,.Ii���-l .-   li.'-'l,.'.: . ^"'.'1...  '   ���(., ,',11'rv ,.,��� ?,,,'h l,,,..i,,,.,. !,,  II,,'   itovii ,-. [ -""   '  - 'in l.liln Ai-I  ',r..vl,l',"l' ,   ' '   All l-.-r-.-ii-.,,,ll,,,i I/.mI1 ,.,,   .fll   m,ii-;-i-\   ���.',..-Is'  III  till-,  I'i'iiviiii'i' .,',��� ,,',|l,il,',l    Iiy    Mii-ir   |.,il,,'i  ' |>:lI<, ur l.r It ;,'lr,.", t,. ,li'|���,.il li.iinK.   I n   I In-  |l,-|,iirlni.'iil i.l Airrlfiilliiii-. V'lclm-lH. I'm' 111,'  riilllil.il |i,',r,..)i,���l���'.' ,,( lli.-lr (iI.I1k:iII.iIim. 'I'll''  |,,,l,lir l�� lli.'i'.'l,,,, ;v;. ,ii..,l ii.ii li. |���ii,I,:,>.!���  ll,irii-ry nt,,-'l: ,"'li- |il    ll-.lii   -lull    lll'-'ll.',"l    I'.-r-  NOTICE.  ."i-l-.y  W'H-1  Tiie political  bosses  of   Cran-,;  ..hii'ddkarc.waiiiii^ jfni- the publi,- '       office   leask  building  'V'Vcatii'ni   of. tlic   iiroclamation  for  f i.incorporaiion.  aiid   in the menu���  '!'J.'! i.'iini'' ai-c whist liiiii- to Icoop ��� llmir  ; ci iiiraire.iip. *  '  01/1   fl   P^sf Office  bV.I- C        Store  2 KAST   TRAINS .,,   ���/-%  MAST  A.N'I) WF.ST DA1I.V    ^- ........  ? For  full  iitti'tiuuliirs.yrui.es,'; rdldot-s ?  ct.c-:, call (iii'or addresa.    '?��� >-    .  -'",,���' S:iO,'YKUlckSi"'C!.:w.'P.A:'j'.  ??'���   . ,.;,;' .,"'���.  SutitU.e, VV.-uli.:-��������� ���"''  C. fVy-ylAHO'SKY,: i;.F:y/i i'i':A..f  Spokane.     '' ��� V  I'riiiiliriiiilc.   Il.<'.     '.,���?'.'.'  T II O M A S    M c. V I T T I K  F��. Lr'.-S..: cfi'.-CE..  Fort, Steele B.C.. '      f  WOTICt,  N'iiW'i.s lln- liirn.1 to illvife c:a])i-  ;ial I'i exploit . iIioa' hidden wealth j.-.  'nf Siiiiliicast ��� h'ootcii.-iy.    There,  , is no reason wiry   we   shoiild    he,  iiiliiiid :in tlii-   race,   because, nn- ! ---,���,���.���-_--���-'-_ ���; ���  lure  has   been   kind   and spread : ^������������-���-���������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������-������������-������������-������������-���  '   i   '��� l; ���  '    '""not^T      ~~! t. DR. K. W. CONNOLLY f  y���ui-.. i- .,.','..i.,- sii-i't,', .Lie :'.?��.�����! i      piiysician im.i snraeon *" r  .'I'lve largest General Store in Mniysville, where ���miners'  caii ho, supplied with ,anytliine?'thGy warit? at all times at  Cranhrook jirices. ;���.'    '���>' ,-.-.  Groceries.,   Hardware,  Clothing,   Stationery  E. J. CLAYTON  The Illinois Central  "Mainlaius .'uiioxcelit'i't sorviue   from  tin: wesl, lo tlie oust ami south: .\l:tkiii��-,  close' ooinieclions  7\\'itliV Lruiiina?of nil.?  l.i-:tiia(.-otUiiieiil,iil, li.iies,   passenu'ei-.s  urW    :  g-'iven theii; el'ioMM.-. of ronl.es to Chioti-id  Louisville, .Meiii|iliis nnd New Orleiiiirf,  aml-thi'onisrli lliese JKiints to the far.easts ..'.'���  I'rospecl.ive travelers ilesiriii"' infor-  ���    ��������� , .-. ,)   ���    .. ��  matio.ii'ns lo the lowest rates and   hest,y  routes  are   invited   to  edrresiioiKlenec���"  with tlie'l'ollowiiiy- r'e|)r(lseiilul.ivi's.  ii. II. 't'lllj.Mliuu'i.,.('.loiiimei-eiiil Ageiil  ,? .���'������ Ui! 'Phird'St., Porllaiul, Oreyon.  A.���<:���. Ll.Vlisnv, T. l'\ & P.A.  .' ,?        U2.Third St.,' Poi-tlauil, OreWoii  f*. I!. TlIOMl'SON, l'\ & I'.A., ttooiil 1  Coiuiuii Hlily;, Seattle, Wash.      '.'���������'  ���^nrnitiimmmmtlmtmmrt!m.msmmifflnmmmmm����y  IP. Burns & Go. 1  MIMKKAI. ACT.,  ..   (roiui y.)  CKIt'l'IKKIA'l'b: Uf  lMl'IKIVK-MKNTS.  T\w,  I   Ml,  i.i'iei','..iiit.- I iiiii-nili., ;i|i|ily: n. ih.-1 j   ,���.-,..���.,;: aiimstiioni: avi,  i  Ii|,.I    I 111111111 ��� iiiiii-r    nl      blinds     and  JMTlll I -.l~ ll HI    I'.'     |    n< l-'        ,,,-     :    i  hi-il    lands���  .-.iliinli-    in-'f    I'liimi-( Hllci- I0."i   '  liesiileiiiM-'III!'   f  I ^^  * ��� ���    ���      ' .   t 1ST  ZZ- Hniui Oftico,  ~~ Ciilifitry," Allmrta.  Main Olliee  tor Enat Kootenay, ^3  Ci-iinI)i-pok, B.C ^  ('lii.'l    I'liiiiiiii ��� iiiiii'i'    el,     bands     and | ?    ||i,i?i;s:    11 to 11 a.m.   i! lo li |>.in.���. |  | ��T:  '?.',,!���,:.. lor pi-ru'iisi-ion le   piiri-'inisi-   llo-i I 7 to S p.m. - ;  \^Z.  lii.'i'U'ini.i..,'  ,ll?i ',.,,,!,,...   I  ,i'i���l���.    ., I- ;   .,  ��..hl  i, , ,|,,.  I.,  ,1.. ���     l,,li,.7'.;ill-    -I  ���'.-���'���     Solit ln-a-,1   l\oii|i;lll.l,V  (��� ii.'ii.'iii;.' ill ,lli.''-iiulln-.'el    i-iil'lli'i-, ,   ���  'fffy ,,\ ..i.i.!,,.   L'niT     Croup'   mil'.    111 < ��� t !,' ,   ''  ,'���''? ni,,I,, ��� mi'i   ,-iiinifr..   iii-ii.-.' --.-isi .so F.   IE.   KLIING  ,,...V rill,111-.   tll,-n..-,-.r.i>nlll  Wll ���'llllilln.    lll-'in'i-  "   ',...,���-!   in ,'lniiii-. t Iii-ii.-- w.til Ii' '_'n I'liaiiw.  Wholesale ��mc! B^et��Jl  ���\B Meat MercHants 5  ^���:    DEIMTIST ;��=     ���        . 3  urni-s..(iii.-,i-.i.,,i',i ..r ii.iMi.jiiii.iiri..  'l��i.-|,:irliiiriit, nf Ant'.inllii'ii'  Vli'li-.i-ln. nil Ir.Inly. llii,'..  J   ):. AN I )K.'(.SI IN.  li^puLjr MltiiMc, ,..f A,:i'i,iillu,  SwcelHry.  /  ��'-'"-l  I" in-       '!���,������  i  l.',,'ll,'���,,':,v|   l..|, .-h.i.ii.    ,|..������,,.  I In,-   "I   I.,,I   ���",.:::   I"  ,1.,,:���,���  julunil,-... ,'',,n(ii|iiiii'/,i'.i ���',.,  j      Initml Si.pii I,,l...,  i-ii   'Wlll.ivi,, ll'.'.'l,,  li.ivi.l I-,,  ]iff'f. ili.'-n.-i- -iv.-l i-'li i-haiie. Ili.-n.-- norlli  .-II  ���,.   il,'.. i rli.'lill-.  Ili.-ln-..-  w.'-l  -JO eliiiins  .lo    place  ,-..,' i.'    ,,|      |���.^iiiiiiir..'.    .'uiiiaiiiii.c   I'.sn -acri-.-v  > iii.n'i' or I'-s-. , '     ,     ,  ;;i; .loiui A.  M--I lima Id. Locator  hau-d this -l-iili day of Auaiiat. fyui.     |  M-'i-iei-:   llomts:.   ll'to li! a.in ,;S^"  I lo (! p.iii? ' ��-_   i \      t  ' !������ I )c;il(-r.s m  l.-ira'.il  J-..-. Ai-.-i.i  7i���,sp.i,i. ijzr "i.Mi.i.1 ui  . Ahal.loir and Cold Storaei'-j  tni-i.Kaiid.KKsii.KNi'i: ij~     Livestock at Calgary. Alberta.    ��3  Armstrong Ave.   Cranbrook ^liiiUiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^iUiiaiiliiiiiiiiiiiiliiitiUaiU^  ,.-���'".��� NOTICE.   '  fopper CM IIV and   North' Star Mineral  . ,..    .   C.'laiins.  Sllimle In Hut 1-Vjil Steuli: MIiiIiik iilvlsliih  o( Kiut Kiiotcniiy DlstiUa,  WIiui'k loculuil:- Oil llio uu3i sl.le 6r norlli  fork of'llin.Si.' Mnry's Ulvi-i- nljuiit ill mllrs  from thti bl'lilnc.  T��ito millet; thai I. John (I. Ciiiii'iiiIiiks, 'i-'.M.  0. No. H.MiTII, ncliiiK us 'ukuiii for .Ioni-.iiIi  II. U'rlKla Krci!,, '.Minm-'s' ('(.riln.  cat.l No. II711S5H. uml C 1'. Conn, l-'n-u-Mlilui-'s .'  Uisrilrli-uiu No. i>.":��:>I. Inu-ml, sixty diiyN from, ���  tlicilulu iiei-cuf, to apply lo lln; .Mining l((n:<i,ilmv  for a Ourlltlculu of Iinimn-eiiumu, lor tlic piu-  piisc (>( olilHliilnifn' Oi'own Oiuiii at tin- ii tut vu .  (���lalniH. 'y  Aiid I'urllntr inlti* iiolii'i, iliul iKii.liiu, iiiiiii-r  ticcl.loit :I7, iiiiim In; u<iiiiiii(;iii'i-it lnjfuri- liin Ihsu-  niH.'ii uf Huelt iJortllU-ai... ol liii|iiiivi;inniii's.  IJal.lH 0liK-.-7lll liny of AiikiikI, A.O. Illtr,.  '���l~ JOHN (I. OI1MMIMUS  notice: :   TAICI-I- NOTICK Iliul llilrly itnyn  ull.ir  ,l���li'   .'  I  llltl-llil l.ll'll|i|l|y III tlic. OIllMl   COTIIIIllhsllililo  .ir  Limit* anil Wiirkii fur u tspocinI  lli-iuii'i? t.,t  rln  :ui.l cirry liwny llnili.T noli, llir   r.,ll,,U'lii|;   <)������.    o,  M-rllii-il IiiihIm In  .s.iul.liciiHl K'unliiiuty:���  CiiiiitiiminlliKiil ii porn   |ilniiln,l ,i|������,| i.���,���N|y  I'lmillN hlllllll l,r III,- Nlil'llli'tlNl.   l-lll'lllil'iif I.,,I  .'Mil  SoiitlM-itNt. .  Kiinlnimy,     l.lniiii'i.-    ���ilM. . ,,|K|,(.y. ���  <-1iuIiim. ��� l.licti i,,rlli   I'lKlily  (tlmliiH,   lln-ni-e -.  H'.-Ml     Civilly ,   i-loilUH,       llll'll,','      w,.,||||      itiiflrty  rli.lllv .lu   pluiie  i,I'  lit-KllinltiK,   known   u   l.ui  tl'����.    ��� ���    . '  W. J. TIMI.K'K.  DiUtl ��ept��ul>cr 4lU. l��Ui.. . .   .   34  ..'���^Ts,,  0 1  a;  f  (?  t THK PROSPECTOR. CRANBROOK, B. C, OCTOBER 2fl.  1905.
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L. CLAPP
W.  ROLLINS
worth note
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SATURDAY, OCT  26, 1905
Haker Street,       Cranbrook, B.C.
Lighted    By   Electricity
--   Heated By Hot Air   -
III
LOCAL NEWS.
A. McLelliin,   Winnipeg
iu town Monday.
was
D. K. Yates,   of   Hayurd,   was
in town Monday.
Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS   KOI* TOURISTS'AND OLD   TIMERS
^^.^SSSi^ijSSsSSssSS^
r Central
I Hotel
J. F. Stone, Biantford, was a
fuest at the Royal Monday.
R. L. McFSridu, Nelson, was in
the city Monday.
W. A. Miller, Spokane, was in
the city Monday.
ROBERT JOHNSON
Proprietor
ty   Marysville. B.C.   ty
Tho loading Hotel of the St. Mary's Valley.
Nice airy rooms, newly furnished. Table as good
a.s any, in k'uolenay.
GOOD   SAMPLE    ROOMS
i
H. C. Woods, Toronto, was at
the Cranbrook Monday.
Best conditions give best results, so come early in the day
for your photos.    Prest Studio.
H. Byers, 13. K. Dawson, and
J. Stockton, of Nelson,, were in
the city Tuesday.
Mark Shilling came down from
Perry Creek Saturday last on
business. „
that a jii'ominent business man
of that town recently returned
from Calgary and stated that he
had learned there on good authority that a party of C. P. R
surveyors had orders to come
here shortly and run a locating
line of the Kootenay Central
Railway, crossing the-Columbia
river near' Firlands and continuing on the west side up the Windermere lake. This rumor at
lirst was received as another
joke, but as the name of the man
has been given out from whom
it is said to emanate it is being
more seriously considered. The
rumor can do no harm and it
may serve to revive a subject already much discussed.—Wilmer
Outcrop.   '
MINKKAL   ACT.
(FOBH P.)
CEHTITICA.TK OT mWtOYEMkSTd
r NOTICE.
Bruue, Victoria and Standard Fraction
Mineral Claims.    y
Situate lu tue Port Steele Miulns Division of
Ett:rtKooieuii> Dlxtilcl.
Wbere lOLuted:—Ou tlie west fork of tUe Sl
j Mary'a Klver ttud adjoining the client Duue
Uroup. ,
Take notice ttitu I. JoIinO. Cuwiuluijs, Free
Miner's Certiacate No. "H4S576" acting
as agent for Joseph II. Wrl#u.t, F.M.C. So
B73S53 und C. P. Cooti, F.M.C, No. B7385», and
Jan. C. Hooker. F.M.C. No. B.7S35S. Intend
sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder tor a Certificate of Impi-orc-
ment!* foi the purpose of obtaining a Crown
Grant of the above claims.    ,
And further take notice lhat action, under
section 'Si. iuu-ii be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this £7ih day of August, A.D. 1903.
37 JOHN G. COMMINGS
FOUND
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ROYAL
HOTEL
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One Dollar Per Day
and Up.
L. JB.'VanDecar, Prop.
, Born—At Cranbrook, Friday,
October 28th, a sou. to Mr. and
Mrs. W. P. Gurd.
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The  only place id to^rn
i.fa north the living-.
Me
E. H. SMALL, Manager
The Illinois Central
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Tailor *& Importer^ of I
Fine Woolens.       *
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Jake Kink returned Monday
from a business trip aloiiff the
Crow's Nest Pass line.
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Mr.~, and Mrs. J. P. Davis,
Winnipeg, were 'guests in Cranbrook Saturday.
Wanted—<A teacher for the
Public- School at Kimberley,B C.
Apply to the. Secretary of the
Board ot Trustees,at Kimberley,
IJ.   C.
An emergent convocation of
Rocky Mountain Chapter,' R. A.
M , svas 'held in Masonic hall on
Tuesday evenin"'.
aners
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Over 460 Different Hauerns to Select From
Painting, Decorating
and Sign Work
K. L. Phillips, A. L. Teetzell,
A. J. Morris, and H. .1. Mackay,
of Vancouver, won- registered
at the Cranbrook Sajuniiiy last.
It will oblige us and give you
better service by' 'making a date
early for your, .sin 111^ I'or the
Xmas photo the !'■ -Ik.- east want
vou lo send.     Prest Studio.
■J.i W. Ponton, who has been ill
for .several weeks, was receiving
the congratulations 6t»his "many
friends Tuesday. Mr: Kenton is
now well on the road to good
health. °
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Calgarv Beer, Ale &
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Cranbrook, B.C.
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Orders .by' mail will receive prompt'and' careful attention
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The Upper Columbia and Upper Kootenay Valleys are now
open to the world and are today
vast store houses of riches. The
men who are far-sighted enough
to invest here now will "sure"
be rewarded. Thousands of men
will find profitable employment
in this territory during the next
few years, and hundreds ,will
make fortunes. Great mines will
be opened and many towns will
be born aud increase in size.
The great population that .will
fill these valleys from Golden to
Cranbrook will create a growing
market for land produce and
every liueof manufacture.—Wil-
men- Outcrop.
Another K. C. R. Rumor.
A   rumor   hails   from  Golden
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Bout sn ut; Maker
All Work Ouarauteed
New Work Made to Measure
Armstrong Ave.
Opposite
Imperial Hotel
Centrally Located
Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Under*   New   Management
I load,
men .'.md
tiarti-i's  lor
(ild ,.ii mors.
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Wlion you  want   a  good
|)lnce   lo   stop, come to the
"•,   .Manitol.
,.-  d,:a. Mcdonald, manager v
UlTe Give You Your Monoy'a VfTovih
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Itcadquat-tui'B for
l-'RKSH PUUITS;   ■"■
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CONKKCTlON'KI'tY
Ice Gream and Solt Drinks
Alao Tobacco, Pipon
and Cig-ars
J    Baker St.     Cranbrook''
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Mrct     Hiclnn   TEACHER OK THK
rs.   niiiup PIANOFORTE
Special attention to touch,
tnohni(|ui!, phrasing aud
grading pf studies.    ■
For pttriii.-Lilurs apply to 0. K, i'.oid A
Co., Tho Uru^^lit*.
HOT1CE.
Tftke aoilc^Uiac ililtly (i&fsaftordattf Iht: uo-
ilenlxwxl luieud to  apply  to the Ciller  Com-
I mlHSlouer or Luadd aud Works at   Victoria? H.
I C. torn, special licence to tut an,] carry away
tlmbtir rrora tija roUotrlrj^ described l.niU, iu
South Runt Kootenay.
1 CouiuieuolUK alr a po-,t planted elKhty
utalob we-st ol Peter aull'b pre-eupdou;
theuce we&i tt» chajuH, theuce uurtti 40 cbulzu,
ttieueeettut Kklclialaa. thence soutli toeualua to
place ot btiKluulu^.
Dated Oiitobt-r UQi. 1W1
Edward K. Hm rc-y
2 CotuuieucIiMf ata podlplauleduu theKouih-
earn coruer of I-'dward K. Iii»rvey'» timber
licence thence rfoutli 110 ctiulu». them e went so
etialua, tlience north W ihalii-,. tln-u. o ea-.t 40
cbtttau, thenee uoitti «i' clmltis, Ihenee t-a-it4l>
chains to plucv ot be^lnnlti,'<.
Dated Oetoher lillj. l»0f.
' ' WIIIUui H. llarve*
B C.'<Uiiliienciri^ tii a post planleil ut tile
southeast corner ot W. 11. Htuvey'n tlrn>> i
llceace. theuce tve-,1 leuc^ialu-,. ibeiice^nuili |<>
ehaius, thenee east ltk> ubalnb ibence uottli iu
r-halu» to place uf c(Muuirnc.*!iicn(
'Mated Ol'tuliar UlU. I'MO
Donald M. Lluetiaui
,,,i Coiuiueueeilnrut a por>t plauleittil tliCMXttli
eablCOIUel-nl'll M. Llueliain'^ tlnihet ItcetiM-.
theuce v\est inOeh^liit,, thence ^,,ntlj -njctuiltih.
tbcutH: east IbOclulub theme noun -lu runm*.
to place ul iM^lunlt)^
Daled Ocinliui   l.itll. I'JIW   '
IpuIm I Ji.ii vi,y
:> l.'iiuiiueliolu^ al il po-l plunled nl llii-
iioutlieant coiner, or Jttubcl llmve>'-, n-.ulj i
license, llienee we«!.,JiJ0 elmlti',, tlience -,,<utli 4-,
ehaius, thence euii IHO chuliih iheii^,-- n,iitli m
chalua lo place ol Ue'tfiuulng. ,
Dated Oc.oh'-r U"i, I'fi'i.-
' I iuil> A. lltirvev
it (.'ouiiueni-liijfat u post plautedal ilu-souili
chhi'coiner ol Kui!l> A. tliuvi->*k - tlmijei
lleeuse, tlieut-e west trto chains, thence noiith
40chaios, thence e-uat luO cliHlue, tlience norlli
Ul elittiue to place of beginning.
Dated October 13th, IttW.
Lillian llutvey
7 Cduiuieueelutf at a posl planted at ihe
southwest cornet or LIUIuu lluivey'i tluil>er
llceriae, theuue uorth All ehaltih, theuce we*>l B0
ehaltiN, thence south 3U chain*, thenee east 80
chains lo place or betfluuluj?.
Uated October I3ih. 1003
' UJai) F. Llnobum
tt Couiuieuclu^ al a post planted roily ehalun
easUor the uorthwost ooruei ol Hdvvard t:.
Hurvey'a timber llc«tiae, theuce uoi'h nOchalUH
theuce weit W chains, theuce south HI eliulun.
theuce east 80 chalua to plaee or beginning. -
Dated Octobei ISth. 1IM5,
Cyiu-i VV. Harvey
u Oomuieaclug at a post planted at the uorth
wejM coruer or Cyrus VV. Harvey's timber
liceu.se, theuce uorth 60 uhaluu, theuce eust 50
ehaius, theuce south 00 ehaius, theuce west 80
chains to place or begloalug.
Dated October 14th, 1x05.
L, A. R Pea nick
10 Cotuuieuofn{f ut a podl plauted ul the
southwest cot uer or Cyrus VV. Harvey's timber
lfceuse. theuce uorth lt>0 c^ialas, theuce west 40
cluilus, theuce bouth IbO chutuH theme east 40
chalub to the pl.ice oi beginning.
Hated Octobei I4ih, 1<HK,.
ll. Keunlck
II Oouiiueuclug at a post plauted at the south
west coruer or E. E. Harvey's timber license,
theuce west 100 chains, tbeuoe uouh 40 chains
theuce east IciO chulns, theuce south 40 uhalus
to place or be^iuiiluif. <
Dated October 141U. 1WV>
C. H Pollen.
I'i Comiueuclutf at a post planted nt the
southwest corner of bl. K. Harvey's limber
HceUhe, ihenee wesl IdO ehaius. tlience south 40
cliuf lis, theuce east lo'j chulns, theuce not lb
441 chains to place or begluulug.'
Dated October 14ih, lt-Ui.
T. 11. L. KeUHlck
lit Commcuolut; at a posl plauted folly
ehaius uorth ol the uotthwest coruer oi D. M
l.lueham's limber licence, theuce wesl lift!
uhalus, theuce noith 40 chains, ihenee east loO
ehaius. ihenee south 40 uhalus to pUce ot' be-
•fluuluc-
Dated October I4ib, l'JOS
K, reii.nlcli
14 Couimeuclug at- u post. planted forty
chains uorlb or ibe uorlhwe.st'c^ruer of D. Al.
Llueham's timbersllceuse, theuce - west loo
cbalus, thenee tioulh 40 ehaius, iheiice east 100
ehaius, IheuV-e'uorih 40 chains to place or.be-
glumuif.    , :       , .
Dated October 14ih, lHu^,. .    ,
, A.'II. Kcnwlck
lu Couiuieuclu),' at a post plauted »l the
uorthwest corner of i). M. l.luehuiu's timber
llceuse, tbeuce norlh ISO chains, theuce easl 10
ehaius, theuce south WJ chains, ihuuce east 40
ohalns, lbeucesoutb40 ehalun, theuce wesl so
chains to place of beijliiiilui/. '
'Dalt-d October 14th. UMV  .
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10   Couiuieutslub'   at   a ikisI" plained   forty
cliullis west of  the southeast  eoriier of   I'I.  K.
Uurvey's tlliibm- ilceuse. tbeiice west Mlcliiilns,
tbulice south BO clmliib, theuce ensl W clmlus,
theuce uurlb So chulus to place or bet'liiulti^.
IKIrcl Oi-tobnr I4lh, l".it«.
° C. 11. I'ollcii
Couimeiicliui ami u port planted  ul  the
Maintains unexcelled  service   from
the webt to the east and south. Making
clqse connections with   trains   of ' all
tra'asoontlnenial lines,  passengers  are
given their choice of routes to Chicago,
Louibville, Memphis aud New Orleans,
and through these {Mints to the far cast
Prospective travelers desiring information as to the lowest rates and  best
routed are invited to  correspondence
with the following representatives.
B. H. Trumbull, Commercial Agent
142 Third St., Portland, Oregon.
■J. C. Lindsey, T.F. &, P.A.
142 Third St,, Portland, Oregon.
P. B. Thompson, P. & P.A.; Room
1, Column Bldg-., Seattle, Wash. '
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Harris Bros.
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■MiALKt) TKNUKKS uddre-ideU io tbe uuder-
signed, aud endorsed "Tender lor ludlun
aud FiiherlvH ofllce Bldg , N«w VWatiJilns*
ter, U.C\" will be i^cclvud al this oiiho until
Stttuiday, Ottottdi Hint. 190J, lnelublioly. ror the
(joiihtruutloo or I mi Iii u und KlshtjileN uince
Uldjr.. Nev* WtiStmlriHier. '
i'litlH ui'jd t[nn llluatloiih lu be *x;eii niul fucuth
ot Leudm uhlrtiued tti ihU Depaiiuieui. ul the
oiJlce orij. A. Ki-cfer, h*w , Kt-sldt-ni J-Jiuflncci
Nt;W VVcilIUIUolei, IJ ft
I'eiMfUri irmlerlfiff me ijulltled liiui itftidrib
Mill /iftl be ruli-tlilcivU Ulilfli uiiitlt* uu I h«
pt Inird fuiin ^uf/\)tlt il   niid slirm d  v,\lU   itic\v
rtCtltnl -JlvftlrtLUl (^
KhlIi  lt'in>i    trnist l»* «i ( oiiiji uih'j   ljyn,m
uccfpled uhrijui* ttu  a  <'lmi leuM  bunk, iiuttlu
jm.vuttl^  lo  lln1 (iiiUm   hi   tin'  ni-iiuui i* M»* ilie
MiuMii  i-l   I'ubllr   Uu*k*»   i*i(u.tl« Ln inn   pi-i
I'l-m (iu p i-.)   r Lin- n tlionii i u> uu  i-int'--  .\iiii i.
will be roiffitcd ir im- |*.m i\ it*tui im.'  t1r< nti
to ont«*' iiitc u ciitit tin i i\ li**!. •. ,ill.*d ii,. n i.i.*.
m). oi tr be ! ill In i mil (-Ifi«* lb** a • i k ri ttti j* t
for,'   Il tint h'tuli-i   •   im  ict«.-|i((-it   Ui<   i J.i «f
will bit ii'tir tied.
The   DeiMiimem   *1ih—   not   bind   iti*IMi«*
c«*iu thr* lu*\f»»t ui u;j> (endci
° n     1I> Onlei,
KliKJ»   C KLIN AS
yi*ert itit >
Uejjdlitltffil ii f l*ll lil li- VVoiki,
Ul OfU-iwu, S«|«   -i'Jtlt   lvn).i.
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PELTON WATER MOTOR
NOTICE.
NOTUJK Jt> lieieby kU'ch that tbilly (lay**
titlei dale I Inieiid lu uji[jly lu the Chlel Com-
irilHHiu'ier of Landd and Woiks, and to lhe
A^bhtuiit Cmiiuilhiloiiei of LutiCU and VVoiKh
for the DKtrlel or KUhl Kooieniiy for a Lieeiise
iq ptoripect foi tJoal Peiioteuui over Lhe foi-
lovvluy deactlbtwi lurid-*, riiluated cm Akuiulnt*
creek aenr the South Kooiuntiy iJtiSb TruJI,
{jtock 451&, Southeasleru portion or HrilJ*»h
Columbia ,
VommetioiuK m u podl plaiitejl near the South
Kooleuay P&hh Trail, ubout two uille-i fiom the
hqud ut Akumltm creek, eust of niul udjolnlcif
KJhIu L. Kerrr'h Coul iind Petroleum elului, nud
murlced fr'muk Meuufee'H liorthvvesicornerpo^L
thtsuce easl HO ehaius. ibenceaouth 60 ehaius,
iheiioe Hb^ittO ehulciii, tiiuuve uurth 60 chnlud
to the place oi be^Iurjlnj^, coutalxilaif 040 acres
more or less.
Located Sept 5th, 1W)5.    ,
Frauk Afeuefee, Locator
40 John Qloyn, Ageut
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NOTICE.
NOTICK is hereby given thai thirty dayn
after date £ Intend to apply to the Culet Cozn-
rifHalonur ol Lunds and Works, aud to the
Asslstaut Coiumly.slorier of Lands aud Works
for the District of Kast Kooteuay ror a License
to prospeel for Coul and Petroleum ou the fol-
oyrhug described lands, situate in the forks of
KUh-e-ueh-ua und Akumlua creeks near the
iiouth Kooteuay Puss Trail. Block 4393, South-
eisteni portion of UiliWh Columbia
,Commencing at n potjt pluuted near the South
Kootenay Pubs trail, north of and adjoining
John (Jloyu's ooul and pe'ioleuin claim, belog
',Lhf. Initial punt of Nathan WhealdouS Claim
ttlul murked Nathan Wheuldon'^ southwest
coiuiw poat, theuce north So ehaiiis, theuce east
SO chains, ihenec south 80 chains, theuce west.
SO chains to the place of beginning, (.onialuintf
(J-JO acres more oi le.it.
Located Sepi 5lh, iVOb.
Nathan Wh&aldou, locator
w John Clovu, A^eut
6 INCH    PELTON   MOTOR
YOU HAVE A WATER PRESSURE OF 100 LBS. IN THE
CITY MAINS. The 0-iuch Motor Illustrated above will develop
2 H.P. and use but littlo water. Chsajior tliiui Gas or Electricity,
and adapted for running- Printing- Pressns, Dynnmoa, General
Machinery, iEtc. ,See the, Motor In Operation at tb'e ofllce of "Tho
Prospector".' - ■
THE WATER SUPPLY CO..  LTD.
' SELL THESE MOTORS
And   will   g-ivo   you full particulars niul prices.    Or write us "
direct,   giving-   particulars   as    to ' power    roi|uirod    and    kind    of
machinery you wish to run. ,
THE PELTON WATER WHEEL CO.
100 Main St., San Francisco, Cal.
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FORT STEELE JUNCTION
Finest of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Thoso   who   are   \venry
JAlex will do iho re-^l
and  thirsty,   drop in, and
ALEX McCOOL      Prop.
SALE   OP   MINERAL CLAIMS FOR.UNPAID TAXKS IX 'THE FORT   STEELE   ASSESS-
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llCeUllC. lllOIH'4! «'(Mt    1U0   Ciiulun,    UII-.11ISU    lllll'lli'
•io cUuiuK. Llium-t: i-jim iou islitiluM, theiH-i; -.uuiti
4IJ uIjhIiih l<« jjIju-u or b«»(IuillliH. . '
llnli-i IH-M'lKl.r Hill, 1-h-a.
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115 ('<iiiiluelK-lai{ nl u |io»l pUnCcd al the
ueiriliweil lorlirr or IhhUiI llurviiy'n lltuljrr
IU-en's«, ilioui-o w«*l 100 i!ti£lu«, llicnt-u nouiU *)
chnluB, ibenco rttNl HA1 uhulun, Uieijce uortti 4U
L>U»lu* to pU<-« of b.Klutiluic.
D4tcl Octobur WiU, IWJ.
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HBREIiY GIVE NOTICE that, on Monday Uni six Hi (hiy'Vif Novum li.-r. A. D.', lDOri, at the
• Govern ni ont .Offices, bran brook, B.C., an the hour of I we I vi- o'cloid: noon, I shall sell ai Public-
Auction, tho Mineral. Claims hereinafter sei. out., of ilu- persons in ihe list.hereinafter set out, of
which Crown Grains have been issued, for all 1111 paid taxes ncei-uc-'d. dm' .-md 'payable on the :-IOth
Juno, 1905, or accrued, due and payable at'any HOth June, subsequent to lie- .date ol "the issue of the
Crown Grant aud for costs of ad vertising- and other expenses, - .   -   - ,
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Dated ut Cranbrook, H.C, ttiiu vytU day of September,  IVUf.
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C.''NELSON,   Asm-ssor.
Fort Steelr AiHicswueiU District
Cranbrook Post  Otllce
■;tM 'HE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK,  B. C, OCTOBER 2f
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CAPITAL AUTHORIZED,, $4,000,000
.CAPITAL' (paid'up)' ,- ..53,000,000,
REST ACCOUNT      '-.,"-'.  $3,000;000
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5]  ' • Siivings: Bank Departiheiit;-—.interest allowed uu,deposits.
S   Cranbrook Branch. V-    j. F. IYI. PSNKHAM. Manager.
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;-xMAs mounts THE CANADIAN BANK
OF GGMMERGE
r'aid-up Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fundi $3,500,000
Yi     ■ ifyy. HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO     ,:   ?
V B. E. WALKKK, Gem-ral Manner V      ,A,-EX: I-AIKD, Asst. Gen'i Manager    ■'
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-Is  7 Ni',l;iik<-iilVs lo -A iiy' I i'n,
(>n lliis' pliitlYjr'iii'we have built
'You. cannot sit? a day log. soon
now for your ",'", ■••■.
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BANK  MONEY  ORDERS
?■ -"  ;■    ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATE8 : ••'?,;, 'f-f.
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was'inVth«'eit\^TiiesdavV
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(int. .was'in the citv Tuesday.
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Y-F, S.lnv'epa, aiid W. vRankin, of
Okotbks, ;A'ltin?,?wereVrep-islered
■S.!i.ipet'idia'i:-y-,--i.\Iii£risJti"ite il.  F. fi the Gbsm6polii!au-Tnesdayi    ?
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J-.i^'/V 'photo olVyourself .isi.lii7?ye.i-y
.■'•j*J be-.svj.hi.ilir to send   for Xnins ie
'X.A nieiiibranc(.-s:.'then y6iir- treat all
;•:-1 your friends alike. s.Prest .Studio.
??- .Juseiiii Jsiainbiu-iz-. of. tlie Crair-]
ii.ri.>o'k"''VV'iifei-?,C(.)?,1 wlio has liiid.a:
J~. j li-i'in.if.-'.pf liien putting iniexten-
'" tjii)ii.s|io   tlie: wiii <ir mains in the'
.hoiM.liSrii-portion of the cii.v has i.— —— ———..———-
iaboui1eorn|.l(Med tlie work... ,:y | FOR   ft FIRST-GLASS  tURNOUI
:''''"C.'.' Ci. Simpsbii?iii.?fAiV ?MacDoii:
■iilcl; anci-?F. :.G. ?.Wii?ilcleV Vail of
NTelson. Vi• re veg-ist ered iit.'the
'Grahb'rook TuesdiiA'VV'•.V.fYi 'V
V. N:. iiJansoii; (>f7?\\'iisa, who \\iii^
ii t ? .lifyzniie iiiiit Voilier sipSviTsVsoh;
tin: Cro\\-?7 li lie this ?\VeekV;: was a't.
tii^.pOsmopolititii.Wediiesday.YVV
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Uglpistr)i]|Y^c|icine:?Hat,Y/r;;.E.V
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AVcinili]ieg\ and .VI iss ' \Vpr|Ulgef
Lethb'.iidffo;,., were, registered , at
the.Royal -Tliursclny..: ..;■ V- "'f'Y Y
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iV>iip.tist...-i(:h.ui,ch   services next
Suhclaiy \vilj 'be as follows:-' !NiQ'i,,n-;
ini<,sul./jeet? '-.Vlounl./.iiiii,:'' even •'
ing subject,- 'Moroni iVlvui,to'Marble. ■' Ji'iistorV Ben.jamin;°. (.iood-
lieId' will conduct, .both.services.:
Si'.i'uiiir6i\'?f;Sy:isitors'* and fr;itvitds
will Iind ;i wariii welconre.'"-"''. ■'"'.
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tf\m' "-ffiiY'xi ffififitl
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'.liiive.wia-ii tlii'in ii wliili-,. liii-'tliQs
lulviiiu.-t- in prii-iw .iri iniii'kud, unil Hj  ,,
llu-i-o is |)(isil,h;,iily  no iliiiijftjr of X',
Diiiinonils de|ii-t-<MiiliiiK' in value.-
. "or'irouiso it is.iihv'uys iioc.-ossai-y M
. i'()(:lii('(i.siMvisi;l,v,aii(l. jmj'.tii'o. I'iylit.^
?lu-i<-os ivhen yoiiniiaki-, yiiiu- seloi-.-,
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yon should c-lioosi.- tlii? jieins  at,  il [■)
i-esiiiiiisililu' lu nisi-;'  , Qui-. reitord
as_do:il«;i-s in diiiiiio'iiils'isduo tluit
wi;  think  as  i-nvialili.-, iind   our W
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L'i '-, 'I'lu'V next lieguliii- meeting of
f- i llie Gi-;inbi-ook Galedoiiiaii; So-
ri.c-iV-.fy will beV bliid in th(.'...Good
* j Ti-m]jlars' bail on November: 1st.
V ; A'speciiil invit.iiiioii is' exlejided
. j to'all kuiies .ol'?Scoi.visli ljiri.'li ,or
= | deseent... who will, be admilled to
! membership, free'-.   ?  y -'      V-
j liriither .lolin Burns was , a
I'visii.ur ,,-it '.ilu.' St.: Fjiigene
V.l-Iospitiii flii.s' weelc Bro. Burns,
•is an 'old 'I'iuier in,. Southeasl,
i K'ootenay'. .lie w;is nt'Sf.
j iutgene-'Nlissioii :',I .-you-rs ago.
Tlie   I -nivers.-'.lU y.Xikynv,
ii-'du'Cfsi ,f.,e;u!rrs   !;;   '
M^Yt
:enders
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;TEAMS,iiind DRIVERS ;■■   -
??7lVu'!.'nished i'or any point iii the'
district. '-'■    '■•';■, ,
EMPLOYiyiENT
•       AGENCV
o
■it,Avill pay those who are
lookitiii--for worlc lo call aiid
High  Class  Ladies
Gent's Garments.
,( d'k  STORK is now rep!.-!" in :
i'iu- l'''.\LI,V;i.iill   W'INi'1-.l;
AV«.-   (Ji.i-d-i.'illy    li.n'iti-    ^.' M   ■;.■■( ';■:;   ,-V?:   !;, -\-y< ;
Large    and   Varied   Stock
S< •(>
Si;ali-ii ri'i-tnli-i-s■' ina'i'kri'l --Ti-iiiIi.-i-s
; fm-.-j-i-ailniu'" will In- ,i-(-'i-i'ivi;il jil-'ilu-
i uilii-i-' i'\f.   \.,    I-;.    -IIi-iMikr-.     Division
l?i:jtih"-i. t aliiiii-y, tip In l-l U'Cliii-k
;' ii.!i,b,.... im|i, ium.", tin- -j-railiiiii- four
.-.iii!.--- nt' main ■ li IK- anil s-iiir ,11-,-n-ks
i .-J,|i|'.rii\!iiiaii'l\ -.'■iiini.i y'llf. fur.liiu-into
'Tn-.-. ii ■•!' Mai-l-.i:ml. !'ian.-. . S|ii-i-ilii-;i-
i i.iuii. ami. !ii-'i|insiil-. may In- .-.-I'll on a|i- | .,.|s0' |jt, yun oul, j|
j.i'ji'iiti .i l)ivi-ioii„.l-!iij.'iin?i'i-'s  (iliici-
i'i:;iii:j,     iiml     Wi'Miii'iit   .   Ktn;-hii'i-i-'s
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' iiii.-.. til Tin- liivision Kii'yiniM-r.
I:'        i? ' i lilL-io-v. "-'I. mil. flUlfi'.
-•y®-mes.v;gr;eer':
CONTRACTOR" v;v ??', :''
f-i. Yf       ii and ..BUirVDER..
i'fS'l'I.MA'ri-'.S KUKNisni-si; ox'aij. wouic
~ , .1 r? iji 11 N*f i ,^» i jom l '-.r i .>'. i;x i^i-^rj?i-:i»'.    i
.Housesand.. Cottages. fyiViRent
".'■•■■ oi ;Sale ■■ on-Easy Teiins.' ?•
i.im.i-; and s.r:r.ix(i,u.-:siFO!-!'.'y.A-;'iiivi':;
"   iTelephoneVSf!. "iyYi. .[
Carpenter, ^;'.'.. Iiu il de.i-
V ; Good?'Wcjiiv: at . •.■■ ; yf, '
",'". ,? Keasonablo. Price '?' '-,'■'" ''
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Office and Workshop   Lewis St
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Price,   Of ■■'These"- Potatoes
Will    Soon   ^Advance -f'Y.
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Jim   McArtliiir
lie   I'i'ui'  seeiire   you a'job and
Clothes, Shoes,
Hats, Etc.
Jim Mcflniiur
lansiin. Ave.    CJi>'.A.\'i'.Kt)i>K. i'>0
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Right, of Way Km- Railways, Kto.
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CANADIAN
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THANKSGIVING
Oct. V2.() . DAV    H>05
Y.ARW 0!\l.E-THip
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■ Tickets on siilo October . :Jj
and iiv'iif all Canadian Pacific
K.ailway' Gflices, i'orf Arfliur lo
'V'iincoii.ver, iind all Inferiuedi'ate,
I'.i'ii'nclr Line Points
turning until O'c.f. l',s. illlf
V>    You'cant makcitny mistakti? in buying tlieni.They .are
tLic'<(.vnl)'..p(>tat'o(-;,tliat■\'viir'Ktii.,.]V Gbod.All Winter.     V    fyi. -;
They   Wont   Rot
They   Wont   Sprout
.,-;,. ■■And evtsMy: |)otatoe will be as.good in the s|")i'ing as. it   is.
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WE   HAVE   ONLY   ASHC)ROFTS
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Craiibrooky B. C.
Washable Kid Gloves
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Arrowhead to Vancouver
si;.\i)Av.' wi'iii.vi'isiiA \, i''i;ii),\ v,
Kid
Gloves
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!   OrdGrs Idi,ill, J. D. Mf;F3RIDt„S
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