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 J. F. Armstrong,  Vol. O.  PORT STB.BLB, B. C, SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 190S.  No ie.  I    MINES AND MINING,     s  \b   *  \1�� *  !t (Conducted    I'nder    I lie    Auspices   of    the *  5 ' Fort Steele Miners' Association. *  id ��*  !��       J AS.  T.   I.AMU.AW.   l'rc-. '    ��� ' II.   W.   liORK,  See.        it  �� i*  and Ihe .surrounding refineries  iustoad of being shipped lo tho  Kansas gas smelters or to the  nine work's in Illinois and Wisconsin. 'The ore has been found  al. alj depths, and, in fact, there  is no uniformity of the deposits.  In some properties the ore has  been encountered at the grass  roofs, and again iu others not  li!Itll.LL^-Qpth of several hundred  was -reached   was   fhe ore  H, W- Ross Gives-Some Interesting Information of Smelters   '  and Kail roads.  , No meet'iim" of ihe ^Sullivan  Group ���Mininii Company wii*-  held al Spokane on the !Jlh. as  was advertised. Sufficient, slock  ���was not represented, iind tho  '  meeting was  postponed, indofin-  _~i��nlw. -l-,nl...l.liriee--*0'_LU>5j0jlC=nO.  doubt   out  the sjrid.non  will be  raised and the work- of  completing the Marysvillo  smelt or   will  be begun in a short time.  Jt is learned in n,.private letter  from 11. W. Ross, who is at Spokane,   that  lie  had   a   talk willi  Senator    Turner   in,  which   he  stated   that  many  of tlic stockholders'objected  to George Bull  being  on  the board of trustees,  ,and that they had a man .by   the  name  of   Van   Dyke  ,of Ohio fo  put in' his  place, who will take  an active interest m llu'\in;inage-  "meat of the properly.       ,��  '    Mr. Ross says that tho Senator  is very sanguine of, the ^access  of the Sullivan'and that i1���is fhe  ���intention lo reorgam/.e its affairs  and-begin oxlonsivo  operations,  with a. probability  of construcf-  . ing  a  railroad "to properties up  Perry creek or some oilier tributary of the St. Mary's to get dry  , ores for- his smelter.    The C.P.  lR! will examine the' routes over-  the divide  at  these   points/ 'in  connection with the Spokane, and  Kootenay branch.    Mr. Ross expects to  show  the   sm ell or  and  railroad companies sufficient'advantages  to   them   to build road  through that.section. \   He  also  says that the people of Spokane  are enthusiastic over the advent  of   the  Spokane  and    Kootenay  brancb.     As   it  not only brings  fhem into  close   trade   relations  with East Kootenay. but it  will  revolutionize    freight    rates   to  that city,    l-ioreloforo   Spokane  has    paid     the     sumo    rate  as'  is paid to Seal th*, iind  the  additional   rate  from   Seal lie �� back.  Tt is expected thai when   the   C.  P. Ii.   gets   its   branch   line into  Spokane all this will be changed  Mr.   Ross   will  leave Spokane  in a day <>r two for   the   Iflast   lo  be gone a month or six weeks.  the Dominion Government will  legislate in favor of a tariff on  lead.  A sight which reminds one   of  i-  early   days   may   be , witnessed  any  day  at   Wild   Horse crook.  three   miles  from   Port   Steele.  There are the miners, the gianls  sluice   boxes  and   the  grains of  gold.        ,   .  ESTIMATES 'ARE' DOWN.  feel  formation-struck.  The increased demand lor lead  which has been generally felt  for the last few years, led to the  formation, last year of the  National-Lead Company. .-This  company absorbed many of the  producers of the West, and is  credited with having a working  agreement, with the Americau  Smelting & Refining Company.  The latest section of the  United States to show large lead  deposits is in Owen County, Ky.  Whether this section is destined  f o become a , large pioducer no  one can as yet tell.    * ���   ���  Every mining distrjef in I'ril-  ish Columbia should begin winking arraiigcwionls for a, yrund  mineral display al (In* World's  Fair at St. 'Louis,  Fighting in Domingo,"  Libera'   Appropriation  for   Public  Works���How it is Divided.  Southeast Kootenay Gets $17,000.  Tho British cruiser Troude arrived tit 'Sis. Thomas, .D./W. I..  \Vud'iio^la~y-f],ohT-S'au~D6TifiiTgof  She reports 'thai fighting look-  place on Sunday night and Mon-,  day morning, between the revolutionists and govern ment forces  during which several men wore  killed and many were wounded.  Down from Weaver Creek.  Lead Production  on Increase.  William .Walsh, Win. Kidd and  Jack , Glenn returned from  Weaver creek Thursday, where  1 hoy have been engaged in placer  mining since October 14th. It  is reported 'that the party was  most successful, taking out a  considerable amount of the  yellow'metal. One nugget was  valued'at $70. Tom Roberts is  still at the mine, but is expected  to come out in a few days. The  average depth of the snow during the winter was eight" feet.  BIG CRUISER LAUNCHED.  Description of the Big Ship.���The  Proudest' Young Woman in  America. '  East Kootenay Stock.  n   , ",                      Asked.  Bid.  Crow's i\Tcst Coal $125.       "t  liS.00  North Star            11  l.'i  Sullivan              4*  :SS  Si. Hujruiin             -17  4.")  Silver-lead Quotations.  view York. April 17:  C  l"iHi* Silver   4HS  Mcxioan dollars   :isj  1 .cail      :...  4.07);  Copper...'.   14.75  Speller   5.70  London. April 17.���Silver, 22  I!-l(id:  copper ��02   Us   Sil;   lead, ��12 J  2-, Oil:  ���spoiler. .C22 ."���-,   d.  Market Conditions.  New York. April   II.-   If   lead  remains   al    present   quotations  there seems no reason   lo  doubt  that, the production this  year  of  i,he   metal    will    reach     record-  breaking    figures. The   load  mining   industry   in   llie   I'nited  States may be said to em brace a  wide   iirea.      Lead   is   found   in  ��� the   majority   of   llio   so called  mining slates, and where flu* ore  is not found   in   large, 'quantifies  it is usually present its a by-product.    Comparatively little  load  is  found   in   California. Oregon,  Arizona, Nevada, South Dakota,  Washington   and   Alaska.;    The  largest lead producing territories  outside   the  Goeur d'Aleues district iu Idaho are Colorado, Utah  Missouri. Kansas, Wisconsin and  Illinois.      The  gain   in   the lead  ore   production   of Colorado and  Utah since I Si ��7 is nearly !0d'.per  cent in each state.        ( -.-.."  ..' lln   the . Joplin-Galenu, district,  of Missouri iind Kansas lead aud  zinc are rarely found alone.      In  the   output  zinc    predominates.  Lead, as distinguished from   tlie !  zinc product, is treated al .ioplin j  Lead declined slightly in London, but remained quiet in the  local market.  Copper closed strong in London, New York prices were unchanged.  Spelter declined os in London,  while local prices remained unchanged at Sf>.70.  Postpone Sullivan Meeting.  The meeting of the Sullivan  Mining Company scheduled for  April Jith, but on account of the  eislern intei'-esLs desiring J. W.  Van Dyke of Lima. Ohio, to be a  trustee, it w-as necessarily postponed. The postponed meetings  will beheld April 2f>th and May  'itl-i..''-' ���.    -   "'.  Mining Notes.  The Opening of lake navigation  on-Lake Superior, now'but a'few  days distant, will find the smelters bare of copper.'  In Southeast Koolenay, interest in lead during the past  month has been centered in the  upward trend of the market; and  in   an  endeavor  to  ascertain if  V  Newport News, Va.; April IS.  ���It is estimated that iTi'OOp  people witnessed the launching  here today of, the armored cruiser  West. Virginia. It was almost  noon when the big ship glided'  from tho ways to lake its "place  in the list of 1he American navy.  fA distinguished party ..attended the event, headed by. Governor White of WeSt Virginia and  his official stall', and including  the ,West'.Virginia, senator and  representatives -and prominent  officers of the army'and,navy  who came from Washington.  The christening ceremony was  performed by Miss Kafherino  White, daughter of the West  Virginia governor, and who had  as her maids of honor, her  sisters, the Misses Grace and  Ethel White and Miss Ashton  Wilson, daughter of ex-Governor  Wilson.  As  the  sound of the  hammer  under  the  West Virginia's keel  slowly  died  away   the   waiting  multitude   was   breathless in anticipation   of   the    rapidly    approaching   moment    when     tho  5.000 tons of shapely constructed  armor  would   leave   ihe   ways.  Suddenly from the depths below  came  the   measured   sound  of^a  saw.    As though by magic coin  mand  every  sound ' was hushed  and a stillness fell over  the expectant mass of humanity; every  ear   was   strained   to hear the  sound of the mighty steel   blado  cut its way  into  the large oak-  plank- which alone separated the  sliding  and   the  greased   ways.  As the bottle of champagne was  surrendered to  Miss 'White the  silence that prevailed   ihe  yard  was oppressive.    Suddenly there  was a snap, the cracking ot timber, and for an install!   tho monster hull quivered on its bed.  Gathering strength and clutch  ing the gayly decked bottle more  firmly as the ship Marled down  the greased ways, Miss While.  the proudest young woman in  America. . quickly broke ���llie  bottle against the receding bow.  As the beautifully decorated  bottle wfas crushed into a, thousand fragments against' the ini-  prossionloss steel prow of tlie.  mighty warrior the fair sponsor  drew a breath of gral.'ulatioii and  from her parted lips with  womanly sweetness fell the  words: "I christen thee  ���Virginia."  The great cruiser, radiant, in  bunting, red, white and blue,',  swept  gracefully   down to moot  Cunlinuucl on l'a��e if.  The estimates for the forthcoming year aro down, and  Southeast Koolenay gets ��17.000  which is a very fair amount considering the stale of the Provin-  j *' i  ciiil  f ivnsiiry.  '"he estimated revenue for the  coining year is  soniewhai    less  tln-ii tho estimates for last year,  the totals being i^.i'i'LV'ifi.S.fl." and  *L\ I!i:?,47ii.(Hi respectively.     TJie  esiPnates    of   expenditures,'   on  ���! hufOthoiiPhand���is- slight! y-in--cx--  ocs-. of lhat provided   for, being  ��2,-i!M.n(i().;jl,'as against !?2,-J7">,-'  -107.ol.    The increases are found  in   the    public    debt,   salaries,  maintenance of   public   institutions,    hospitals   and   charities,  admiuistraiioiruf justice," education, transport, and,misceJlancous  Public works shows a   reduction  of a I most** 100, UU0.     In the estimated revenue '.,he hind sales are  shown ' at   SHio.000   as   against  ��-l8o,000 ,    ,in        HHr.-l;      "land  revenue   at   sCiOJOOo,   compared  with  ��;j7.0()0;   timber "royalties,  etc.. til .si'iiO.OOO. .a gain of 8170,-  000.       Timber    leases,,, miner's  licen.se.>    and    mining   receipts  generally   are declining,   while  fhorGliineso  refund amounts  fo  ��100.000  in   place  of last year's  ��-10/000.      Foreshore   leases  are  the only   now  head of revenue,  calling , for -.��5.000.    The cost ofC  the civil service is materiallyin-  ryp.i��c-d"hy  additions   in almost-  all the departments.     The  projected   public  works   include  a  now court, house at Nelson,   for  which '��40,000 has been provided  and the  comnlotion  of  the   re-  forinaiory. with barns,   schools,  etc.,   in    Vancouver,"1  for   which  ��.*���<,(,)(i0 is appropriated.     Among  the ��� votes  of special interest to  Koolenay    are:      Court   house,  Greenwood,  'total   ��5.000;     fish  hatcheries and ladders at   River  Inlet.   Quesnelle   dam.    and    at  Sen ton Lake, ��24,000; protection  works  at  Kicking" Horse river.  ��.'j.."i00;   towards  experiments/if  clearing    bush   lands,    ��40.000;  roads    in   Northeast   Kootenay  ��L-l,0d0:   in* Southeast Kootenay  ��17,000:    West Kootenay. Revci-  stoke.   ��14.000:    Slocan ��14.00<>;  Nelson. �� 14.O00:   Kosslaud. ��l.V  000: surveys, ��l,.")00: con! miner's  examination.   ��3,100:    immigration,  ��4.000:   rovote  fo   Lemon  creek  bridge  and   road.  ��2.250:  ��l,!J50 for coal mines commission  ��2.100    for    mining   association  mediation committee  to Fernie.  and So, 1)02 for the destruction of  wild animals bounties.  vidua], bin, this year the dinnei  is lo be given in honor ol every  member of the Amen Corner���e  Republicans, Democrats. Mugwumps, Prohibitionists, Socialists and all sorts and conditions  of men.  Prominent among the invited  gnosis are Senator. Plait. Senator Depew, ox-Governor Black.  Seualdr Gorman. Mayor Low.  DiM.ricI Attorney Jerome. Rev.  Dr. Parkhurst. Senator For-  aker. Sena loi* llamia, Secretary  Shaw, Archbishop Ireland, General Chaffee and Judge Alton li.  Parker. "   '  Will -Pish Sunday.     .     ��  -_--.T_h c^Jish i n g__aeaso u'l-in ay��� be.  said fo have commenced. Many  small   parties    wore   organized,  r, L o ,  and tomorrow will fish in the vicinity,of Bull River, Wild Morse  creek, and along the Kootenay.  Other ' places also will receive  fheii- quota-of iishormen.-���=.-_���  A   SECOND   PAYMENT.  Job Dore Received a Second Payment on the Grace Dore'Nickel  Claim Wednesday.  V i  The Grace Dore is bonded to  Eastern Canadian parties foi' '  ��f?0,O0(i. ' A smairfirst payment  was made in December, the second payment was received Wednesday, and a ihjrd payment will  fall due in June, "li is reported  tlifi't the vein on ihe Grace Dore  is about -I leel in width, and  carries nickel values of 9 per'  cent; also values in eobalt.  Selecting Government Lots.  GENERAL NEWS'NOTES.-.  Sir' Oliver Mowatt Dying���Political Pointers���Local News.  Massacre, in Balkans.  A Constantinople dispatch,  April II. says Bulgarians have  destroyed a small village with  Musselman population." One  hundred and sixty-five persons  were massacred, the women being subjected ��� to indescribab'lo  mutilation.-'' '. ���  '.  Sir Oliver Mowatt Dying.  Toronto, April 15.���Sir Oliver  Mowatt, 'Lieutenant-Governor of  Ontario, look a turn foi' the  worse hue last night. Early this  morning ho was suffering groat  agony. Physicians reporf Sir  Oliver's condition as very grave,  and it is not expected he w,ill survive the night.  ~~G overnmenl "A "geTiTArm strong"  was busily engaged in .selecting  governmeni'lots inline,new town  of Morrjssey Friday.  The , townsite    company,- will  place Jots on the market May 1.  _j\T.JJi'iHSQ"._Qf'3��asa   haspcom:_  ploled    arrangements    for   the  erection   of a  large  hotel, construction' will commence as soon ���  as the lumber can be   placed   on ���  the ground.  Political Pointers.  Hotel at Morrissey.  Plans.have been prepared for  the building of a hoi el at Morrissey mines for Mr. N. Hanson.  The building will be throe stories  with bar, oflieo. reading and dining rooms and kitchen, etc., on  cronnd Moor; a billiard room,  b:iih and bedrooms on second  door. The hiiilding will be  lighted by electricity, have elec  trie bolls, water and all, modern  conveniences. The 'building will  be a.credit to the ownorn.nd the  new lown. , .  Big Guns for Amen Dinner.  Now that tho estimates' are  safely fucked awa'y, and Smith  Curtis' resolution killed, what  aro the .opposition legislators  going to do.   -  There-promises to be a lively  war over the cancel kit ion of ihe  Columbia and Western grant in  Southeast Kootenay.  The finance minister announces that tlie budget will probably  bo deferred until Monday next.  K. C. Smith, M. L. A., .for  Southeast, Kootenay contends  that if would be a business  calamity to have a general election at the present time.  R. A. M. Convocation.  I i o   ���  The regular." monthly convocation of Rocky Mountain Chap-  tor, R.-A. M., was held on Tues-1  day evening. A number of sojourning companions from Cranbrook. Fernie,' Marysville, and  Wardner were ' present. ' Two,  candidates wore exalted to'the  Royal Arch degree. After the  closing of the Arch.'..visiting  companions iind members sat  down to an informal 'banquet  which had been provided'in the  dining hall of 'the' Masonic  temple. ' i ' i  Companions   Clapp,   McKim,  Small and Musso. of Cranbrook:  Companions 1-Jargroaves and Mc- '  Cabe.     Wardner:      Companions '  McLaren.,,      Alarysvillol       andr  sojourning Companion R. Burns,  Pernio, were in attendance.  Local News.  Harry   Mather   was  brook visitor Thursdav  a  Criin-  W. D. Swift. Lincoln, Kansas,  was ;it fhe Imperial Friday.  G.   P.   Pawnell.   Fi.-di   Lakes,  w.-i~ in town Thursday.  M. Kinn. Cranbrook, wa.s at  fhe government oflieo on business Pridav.  New    York  \iiien Cornel  >f   the   most..  West tions   iu   the  , give   its   annua  Fifth   Avenue  April     17. -The  Corporation,   one  unique   organiza-  metropolis,   is   to  dinner   at   the  Hotel     tonight.  The dinner of the Amen Corner,  for a number.of years, have been  given   in   the   honor  of an indi-  A. liiiin, Spokane, was at Fort  Steele Friday, lie will work" ;i  mining properly on Tracy creek.  Tom Roberts returned Thursday from a winter's placer inin-'  ing trip ut Weaver crook,   p  Peter. Mallheson and-Charles  Campbell came over from Cr.'i.n-  brook Thursday on business.  AI ,Mufx. of tlie Port, Steele  ({rowing Company, Pernio, wa.s  in town Fridav.  Albert Banks visited Perry  ("reck Friday, to ascertain the  conditions of the snow, preparatory to getting the steam shovel  ready for operations.  The Easter Vestry.  , Tlie usual fluster Vestry meeting in connection with St! John's  Fpiscopal  church  was  held on  Monday   evening   at   S o'clock,  'fhe  chair   was   taken   by   Mr.  Armstrong,    after    which     Mr.'  Miller  submitted   his  report of  the   receipts   and   expenditures  for the year,   which   showed  a  most  satisfactory   condition   of  affairs���a  church  and  vicarage  free from debt, and a   handsome  ���sum to the credit of the building  fund, for the new church   which .  will be erected in the near future  The  church wardens   elected  for the ensuingyear were Messrs  Watson and Liddiecoatt, aud the  sidesmen were Messrs Clark and  J udd.  A hearty vole of thanks was  passed lo ihe choir, and to Mrs.  Miller as organist, whoso valuable services aro much appreciated by the congregation. A  \oleof thanks was also passed  lo Miss Winnie Armstrong who  ofliciated as organist during Mrs.  Miller's indisposiiiun.  Tho Vicar   of  Uranbrook   will  hold    morning   service    in     St.  John's church Sunday   next, the  lOfh, when tho Holy Communion   i  will be administered.  New Settlors Coining.  The Cook brothers are on  their way from flngland and will  take up their residence at Fort'  Steele upon their arrival.  fl. M. Han who went to South-  Africa .-has returned and is at  present at Toronto. He will  visit Fort, Steele shortly and  purchase several carloads of  horses for the Northwest market. THE PROSPECTOR, FORT, STEELE, B. C, APRIL 18,  1903. ',  ��Jje ^x&&pzxt0x:  ,'���;.;'   'ESTABLISHED   ,,lB95P_p .  A. B. 6race,  PUBLlSniCR: Ai\D    EDITOR.   '/"  THE   PROSPECTOR,    is    published  very    -sniiirdnypand   has  uguaraiin-ed  nciilatioii In'rger than any, other paper,  i  l..i-t ki>oic:iiu.y, It is all home Printed  nd   cniii.'inp doiiMe   the   ileus   of inn>.  Iiui   pnporiii Hi"-" district.  Ai  an  advertising   inediipiu' it; jsun  excelled ,:,:%'; ,.,..  Devoted :u the upbuilding of.Fort Sieelft,.; the  developiiit-iit. of the,vast, mineral resources 'of  me East Koojenay mining district.. '-.-,,���  aubkcrlpiiuiiip ���:'.,,���:,.....;���.'.'..'���'..'.'1-.-. i'i',00' pel- yepl;  /���.dvcitlidp rotc.s piiadc'kr��'.v7ri .01: applitiiton.-  Conn Ibuilon's'ure'sbllettftii-'tro.iii- all'pans orthr  ilsirk t but iili.in'ttti(jr''l!U'eiidcil'for pu'blieiiilun  tauit ha e ihe writer's sigiMjiii'ij.      ���'.'.',       -   �����  ��fye ^^^p^ctor.  sA'),UltP.A'Y,:.AP.R[L.fli>,-.''.U)p:-��:---  tor, will-surely liave '..the   benefit  of his find.  ",    ' ',"-..''���.   '   ;'���    \    '    ���>'���   ���>, *.���' ",*.'��� '���'   ���  ���       '<���  Some, of,   those    1 mmigrants  who,are searching for good land  iir., the   Northwest ,ean ��� tiifcl thi*  same -in the Kootenay 'viil leyV,  '  ���' p      in .  '-.#'.' ;*,     *'��� '       .���������"'    ���     ���;'   ������  When will the Canadian 'PuchV  railway' company   pay   taxes o,  lauds inpthe Kpjfcenay valley Vpl.-s  the: hurtling question among-land  owners in the Ktjiotefuiy. y-all.^y..;,.  ,  WilP'Sii- piphouiii.*   L\]\((m  i.he America 11 (.���ti|> tliis'ytpuP  tiff  ,; ..Tlie |iropi>siHl,roilistr,ibii,t mn of;  seats   by" tho , Dominion government, so Sai' as   itPa���I'feets: Ihpiisli  Columbia.''wij'l   liotp'.iip'Ot r-nu'igli  ii-ritjci-stii;..- '"���'��������� ,'���'' ':y'r-   ',' '..������'.,:,;������;  XIIE Rosslaiid Miner..in-an  oditorial has beeii,,' handling the liienibepfor-tliis-' distrjet  rather i oughlv''ahd certainly - in  :   *!!    .. - - ....     -'��� -^ P  <a very unfaiipmiamter.pp .KpoC.  Smit h has. said; thatpliio; would  pi efer i hatp the ^reserve���'.' Qii'l'he,  coal aud oil lands ���'iupSoutheast  Kootenay be .Opened to;p the!  prospector, but n that should bo I Fort  Steele  1 L ( ....���'...'���      ������:���:: ...,,;--:',."-  "TIUIIIIU   IU  iJii-^lUU'l^-iSMJlc   inr-u   moult  should  be  hold m perpetuity  WAXTKL)\ -Pl-'.UTHl-T L.   pPKKSo.N  '���'I'O. Pfl"l.lAY|.:i,-,;ot-   well P;.s!;t'lili-.lietl  lioiWpiiPi f,-\y ctiliaiiop; ,'-:i-lii!itr';t>ii:  r<;-  iiiil riieu-h;i!!tn ;unl ;iii<-iitsP hi'fill p-ipi-P  lory.. -, Salary -KHi'-M a; year :ir,tl' iPv|ipu>v.-.s  pii'y;tf'il>P-$lj''7l!, apveP in" t-'ii-l);. atol .ex- j  ^ieirPcsPulviifiecil. '���::'Pi'si,l,u?ii ���jio.ri.iia'n'.-nt- j  ,Hu>iiiL;s^'saipt;>sfi!i ahuPruphiiiePppu-i  ,>so svif-aiif'.i'i'.s.si'ij,  jvoji.'.jie  spimu-  .-'������, NOTICE.  PTa-ke notice that, thirty days after  ilate . we llie undersig-iiod intend to  apply to the Assistant Commissioner of  Lands and .Works for the' District of  South Kast Kpotenay for licences to:  prospect foi- coal and petroleum on the  follow-in'"' described lands situate East  of ,.tPot -lf>K!i arid'iiortli' of tlie Flathead  Hivcr iii tiie said district.  ' 1.; Commencing at, ii post' planted'on,  a. creek llowiii{jf southerly into the  Flathead Kivcr iind being- -Isaac ttrjgg's  .Southeast cornei' 'post, tiieiiee west; 80  t'liahi.s. tiieiice, noi-tli .SO chains.-- thence  ..'tisi SO c'liiiius., theni-e soiith 80 eliaiiis  'i'i.V;pi.iiiu. of i.'iiituneiu-eiiienip . , P ������ ���'  [.���:"���'���'��� ;    Isitiie Briji-gsi, [.brWioiP,-'" ;,  P   "P-:. ,.-P        :''\\P���".'!-." fPini!-lt:'\'.PAu;enl.  ',.- l >V-1 ( >)m -iP^iu!    i'OOp.'P':'   P.;    'P'.'   P-    -'-���;���.  -,' l!.1 .iloiiimeiii.-iiiji- "al,. l lie; Pstiuiliu-esl  coi-nvr pi f. Isaac Bi'iyg-s anil beiii^- the  'iii.iriliw'i-st 'i,i')i'/ii��i,,'(])Ost..c)1' .lolin D.Allah  ihi'iicipeast SO ('hahi.s. tlionce, sitiiili so  chitin's,' ilit-ncP.ivest SO..t-ha 1'UwP iheneiv  .iiorl'l.i SO oiiSniij-f.to.' point, of co'iuiiieui-e-  ���Inrii'i., p ...liilin I). Allan, l.ocutor, ," p  ���>'���;���  ,'=.,."��� PpP'W-; J. -(/aiit-lfiv.  Ayi'iitP "  ��� 'PP.i'-'foiv'- ���Jnilpioo^p- ���' :.::-..:,.";.y '''.  PP!.....���i.'oiuiui.'lji-'ui.si';,-,at   'tin!''"' ���ioiil.h'i'.-isi  l:f'i'i-i)i,'.i' i'!p,Isaac   Hi'i'4'ps iin'ti iVcinV;- ihe''  iii'ii-t-Ifivesf- I'tti'in;)', |!tisf  of   Lcmiii'l   lj.  I..ani!:l''.'.v-. piut,|)ce south'Si) v,haii\s. ihcnt>tp  eas't SU.fchalns.uii'enciViDOi'ih SiiJp!!TfmTS~j  soiith 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,  thence north 80;chains, thence east 80  chains to tlie point of commenceineut.  .���,--,;:'��� :.���.. Airtliiu* W.yowelljPLocatoi-. ., ��  W..]'. Langley, Agent.  October 3rd,-1902. P p       '  ;   ,  J5. Commencing-''at Maud Langley's  northwest corner and being- p.lahies  Clark's southwest eot-nei' post, . tlienee  east 80 ehains, thence north 80 eliains,  tlienee west'80 chains, tlieneo south 80  chaiiis to the, point, of,coiiunencement.  "1';;      -    '"'Jan ;  \V. J. Lahtjlov, A^entP  ..-���' Oclubei- :>i'd,,'l!i02. -: ���'p.pp.pp  > "Hi. l.'t.iiiiiiii;ii.cjay- atMiiuil f.ai.iyicy's  ,m.ii.iiiwi?-.i-1..ni* 1 io'p! iu id liPiup! Ai-iiiiii'1 \V.  .Iiilli's ,.siiut;ln-iisl l"i'iii'iicl- ptisl.p : llicin'-ti.  u'l'st. ,S|| ciiains^ ,.l lii'iici- iiortli SO, eliaiiis.  lit 1,'* 1 lei- t.'iist'SO chains';pllli'ilt'tv south 80  i'.l'iiiins-in point Of cdiiiincncciiicMl. '���'''��� ������������ ������  o'P'..'" ",.A rl Jilli'AV'.' .lout's, t.ociilor. p  '���'������-/ ���' ';\'\-;,'.f. jPsVi'i"-]tf.,v-;''A-y"��:-i"i"|V-  'October Mnlp IdOi!. \   v.       ' ��� "P    ,   ���''��� ,  ;l.-!;lovPe.".i.la< 'axiOii'J.v'di::!.'-.'.��;-P-{i.H-!��ti<  vmtnmm~yinmivip:  Pi ht'ni-cPyi'.s-iPSO I'liiiius to point, of .v'oni-!  j nif.'t-ii'oii'ii.yii'fY.'���'-.'���''���",;���' pr'e^;"p- "ppP.P'p��� ,:-'���  p:.    l    ;iitMunt'i fp .1 .unii'lev,'- Locatoi-P-  ���'.!'������'.'������'��� '.'���, -'i,- ,���"'���pAV'.'.'-.K-;biii'ij;-|U\V.,.'A-i!-eiit..:';  j-' P )i.|iJ.tiJji-"imi. :iiiU''.l,.;[./:J],^.,-.^yi-;: .:  ,:'���������  ' - ."--NOTlCEP.p;      p. '   "���������'���?  NO/l'il'l;'.- IS, UlpllKllS", i!,l\',|.:N ilini, llni-ly.  '.'������>I'K.i*y_'.l! tlfiU',"��i-, I lii! ululi.|-sitfiii-,l..liili:ij(l li.i  ii'l'ifily in lilt,* .Assl.nliini. i'!iiiiiiiiiNsliini.i- in' l.iinils  nml W'tVi'l's Viil- i)ii-c piKtricl  iif   Kiisl .Kiioioiiay  ijl'ut    iVlli .', l'.'llll!|: i'.IMIlilllSslllliOl-'   dl'     j.llllllMpllllft.  j Wiii-Us of, (lie i'rovliici.* of jli-ilisli Coliiinljiii  I l'(n- lit'diiM.s io pnimu-i-l. flM-l'lllll lllltl I'lllrOlllllllli  jlll'llll ������llUi|.ll!U|llS I'.usl ni' lilt'.   t'lllllU'lill    ltivcr   in  tfif'Sntitli lOitslm-ii |.ii|-iit.|';'<ilMli-it,isli CtiliiiiOiinP  ili-s-jirllie'ii its' rullou's: ..      P.- '���: ',?:p^ r   ������;" ���  .   I pCiniiiii.-iirliiii iii.ii posl alioui r.TbrPJS uiilos  111,11-Ul uafcl. iVf tfiu.'l'owii ol" MoiTisse.v.jHsliiK'llie  'iriitliil iiost., of'W.PC'., Di'm-.v'sPoluim,  tlieneo  noi-lli 80.uhniiiK,!tliciii;o' wesl. SO 'clnilns.'. to liio  ,i.'asi..' lino   of   Hit*   Uackcu ��� Orouii.'ptlieiit'O  I. ;.(;omnioucin>.  alPPthc Piioi'fheast  ,   ���, ��� i   ������  a .,   .' -.: ������"'������'���":���:��� ���.������'.���.'���,.'���.������,���: ��� .f-fntzhit'fil  -ci-M'ne-i- i.itPLei)uiol,.ljaui��-lovs  and ���' being  ior  the lirovmee  or-leased to a; '        /m/ss s. moss..       rio^puiu pp. -p ,���-7 '��� ������-SVr  ���' i-ii ".i, ������,���''������������ m>7.��iav P.  P .P,';    ���       .,���  'he soiitiieasi corner; post ot J;unefs, \\.;  syndicate over which the <?o\  ernment would have control. \Ve  , must confess that we do not  favor either of the latter men-  =~ =r-o"ds,-"arid"ari5 oi-'Tiife-opiuioii tiiat-  if Mr. SmitK will-demand from  the government, as a. matter of  justice to the.prospectors of this  country who ��� have been the'  means of discovering the, riches  of this reserve' and who have  made if.worth what it is today,  ' ' that his wish will bo granted and  the rese'rye lifted. In fhe end  the lands will be opened up by  capital  and  syndicates   will   be  ��� formed but the prospectoi wj.ll  have received his ,share ot the  prize and tho country will be  that much the bettor for it We  are satisfied that the government  <��� - do 1 noi. intend fordo fhe'unfair  thing in this matter and they  have shown good faith m thcii  .  treatment, of  the' Columbia and  .Western claim!. If now rests ior  I,horn to grant licences to all  those   who  have prospected and  ���staked claims,iu those fields and  who   have   ninde  application for  ���lihoin.  x      v.-  ��� Iir   supporting     tho     present  government hi. C. Smith lias not  broken    a    single   ante-eloction  pledge.     He   has staled that he  cannot  support   such   a steal ns  was proposed in tho land .sub*-id"\  bill   of   last  session   but   he has  never boon adverse to the tirant  ing of a, kind subsidy when made  under   the   proper    restriction-  He has stated that a   land a rant  should bo liable lo taxation upon  =��� ;i, specific date which   would   not  allow'of any invasion,   and   that  such lands should be administer-  ,    ed liy tho government.    We con  sidcr   this  a vory fair treatment  of   the  quest ion   and    much the  same   as  (he  system which %\a-  advocatod    by   E.    V.    Modwell  when he ran against  ihe pre-ent  premier in Victoria.      Tho pi",-  ,  ent government ha.- promised   a;  l    subsidy   bill    without    tlie   bad  features  of   that   o�� la.-t mo-t^iou  and   if   they   bring down .-uch a  bill   it   should   be   Mipporiod b\  every fair in hided member-of tlie  legislature..  - * *���*���....  Th<?re is a very. Targe1 area of,  land in the Ivouteuay valley  available, for settlement, .either  'for agricultural or grazing .purposes.- p        ���' . ��� p ,-P..   ������  1; ntiUiaU* <*i Su LiVki'S I luspliiii;  ���;-Viiiicv!U,yt*.r^..l  u;:,c.\  openpforPi-eoeptioii ;ofppaueh;5.   'For  term*, apply.to:; p .-,  MiS^B;;Mb-3S,P-pk  ��� ':!'';-1' Mati-on; '.���:,  ;.lpF.���SMiTH,:Sec;-  VFort *Sr,eclePB;C.  Respk<im-i..n"c; TiMDKit; licesces.  l\-{ OTICE ��� ii huruby 'jrivisa. pursuantjio tin;  'I v.:-'-'provisions :Of St-ciioii ��� 50 "of" tli��;: vL��nd.  ���'���'-���' ���'; Act;';: Urai'iu,future no special He<i.hc(.*s't6:  c-ii i:-. il in bai'". on ; Ci-own lands tv-I 11. be grati ted pr  i-eneweil until uftei-���iliii a^plicariu liave bad ilic.  limits.surveyed, bviiilulyPlualilied .Proviuc-iul  Land Sui-veybr.tp tlii* sutisfhetion'ofthe Lands  and Works,Department. \������'.,., ,1".'\ .,., .,,. :���',.���'���'  :-.:���  U.P-,:-, ,,p���;,-���] ������������: Pp p:W.rC.'AVE.LLSPr" ,p "P , -���:  Chief Cjonini-issimKK'Oj" fjxnds'di/id. l.l-'or/,-s!  Lahds<tndSForki<\ Departrn6rii,:. ���: P:" .P'p^  liy> Fict<>riairB.C.iMthPl/ai-WipaJ'OS.-p  PP'P- IP'P^'I:::;'piwP,TlCE;p:.��p:'ppppp:,;. p ':��,  ppNotiooPwpUioreiiy': yiTCipPlud  iliiys' after Pla'lo,1 iiHond Ui-apply 'id thjip  Gli,ierppfi^ilmnissioiTOp"p)fpiPandsJ^^  Works ,fatIP7ic-t.oi-ia, fpi-P permissfoi) ,to  p'ui'cliasc the>-follow)iij>": lands situate in  South Kast Koolenayp t,' ��� .pp- y', p yyy  p Goi'nmenciiio- at ap'p.stpbintfert . abont  one   mile ' nortli   ol" -Bai'iiesP Raiiclwii)'  r>.ike;iM'eelc ,\\-ost-.'6t the   IVillpknown. as  '^Vild . trpise.prfill;"   tliPiieePnorth ,so  chains; thenee west- 4itptjhains,��� thenee  south;S0 ehains. theiiee east  -10  lili'iiins.  to the plaee, of heo-iiiiiiny-.- ;,'.   ���.'���   ,  P-IU.; I. "...,.,     .'���'.-   ..IAC'K.'l:]KLI..p'   .  Pllateil tlie-lOilidaP oflFol:ti."uary,'.19Qr!  >��� I- \ppNOTiCE.v.. P-:;   ���p'':'P,p."  Take Piotie-e.,that' thirty dayri aftei-  ilii'tc t intend'���'���to apply fto' the -Chief  '(p.i.ininissioner of Lands & Ayorksfor- a  21 years, timber tease olp-Phc followiiig"'  lands situated 'noaipYahlc in Southeast  Kooteiiay''deserihed.apfollows: -: '"'  ! G'oinnierieing- ;it.;'a jioint on���the . west  ,i)b'u"nrlary of 'Lot' '-foU-K <Sl-oiij) 1:.. seven  miles, south of;.the .13.1'.--.So.iithoi'n Rail-,  way heiho-'the', south east .eoriier of .M..  A".: 13eale"s  timbei;'. lease.  Adams, tiieiice*- west SO chuiiVs, "thenee  nbi't'ii SO efiahis, thenee''east, 'SO..chaiiis;  tlionce south.SO.eliai'us to point of eoiii-  ��������������� ��������� --,'������ .'���: ���-��������������� ���'���'-:'V' ������'���'������,-'1  ���"-�� '���-������'���'���.���'.;'"."'"��� vf-,liu'eiu;emeiit.i.p:-- :���<'��� -p- :'"    .<,-vn';-,'P'���-���: ;.,<������  ^iJ^L^^pf!^^^  :������ Oetolier 2iid^i)()2-pP> Ipp;.PPP;. ;:'l..,  ;.!,5; P.Gpmiriencing- atPthep nbrtlliwest  cornei;.-post pof' Gem-g-e',; Judd, theiiee  ;east SO -ehiiins; thence south 80 chains,  :to nqrth'bast coi-ner pf-'J anies W.,Adam's  tiieiiee west SO. chains, tlience,-noi*th SO  chains to, pftint of eoiriin'ei)cemetit.,pp. P  ,1 "���!'; P^P'. p^Georg-efM. Judd;1 Lot-alipiP ':.  y^ko%r'^nd;A^2i'.,'yy'r  ���G; p Goinmenciiig- ..at'1" the; northwest  eoriier of Gepi-ge .Tiidd and being- tlie  ht$theastpcqi-herp.pSst;ppf/: Judsqiip.-B;  Lahgieyp.tlieh'ce;.s6uth1,'80'cliains,/ri  pvest'.SO, chains,;,thence north 180 chain's,,  thenee east 80 chains;tblpoint-i of com-  irieheemeritP;''; -P- ���pp-,-;rP" '���'���' p:; pp -. -; P'ifpp.-,  p.r j" ��� ;fiidsdn��B. Eang-ley, Locator. P P  '," '?''. ��� Ij,'';;'I' W: JpLangieyf iVgoiit.p;  r-^et()b'er:2nd^l90l!!p^^.'Pp-  ���': ]7. pGounnencing- ffsii '���<��� thep noi'tliwest:  cprner of .George, Jiidd,f lindp bei 11g,:-\ the/  sbiitih wiiStP'eiJriier .'��� posU of pWiilliairp '.!-:  Jiaii'g^ley/tthei'iccvc'ast-'SO'.-chiihiHi-Iiheiico,  ji or ih.Ji.0.1; ii j ii P s,.. LlitPi 1 ce .\v .o.sV^0;lclmh>s.i  .tliehee spiitli ,Sp. ehaiiis-tbpoint of com--  ;iiicnceineiit;.- P;.p   v";P<i.pp.Ppp    .',',; P '  VPP; Williiini .J..Langley, Locator. pP;-'  ������'.Oet.obeip2ndpi902.;vppp-p; V'I:;p   PP.pp  ��� i,.i?.'P Commencing" at,, the' northwest  cornei'of George Judd and being the  .southeast; coi'iyer post of Robci'tpL. T.  (riilbi-uil'li,-. thence west , ^SO^ .chains,  flibnee north $0 eliains, tlienee east SO  eliains, thence'soutii SjO cliiiiiis.-to pbiiit;  offpniuienecinept.���������''.';.,- - ,, :-  lipbei-t-L.pl1.������'(':!silbi-aitli; 'Locator.;  ���'<��� :>...'   ,\\P .IP Lan��-loyp:A;gent.  .'  Getober 2iiu.'1002.     P     ���������'  .  I- ���  "9.,, I ,'omn-ieni;iiigt:  at.   tlie   northwest  cornei' post of (leorg-e ���Douglas,.-, t.heiii'O  east SQ.chains, thence soutii SO 'chains,*  to William'';.'!. Lang-leyTs nbi'theast coi'-  nei- thenee"west, SO c]iains,.then(;e.north  SOphaihs to, point.of -commencement.- ,,.,  George Douglas.-Locator. ��� ''"  .''.'- ''"' --P   ������"'���.' --\V. .'IP Langley.-'Ageiit.'  i::P''pi:fjoi:>'eiv.2p'd,-T!'l02.' '''���    I PP'PP P,  111, Gomineheing- iii-" the, northwest:  corner of. George, l-lo'ug-las.and being  the,north east corner post'iif Sarahp L.'  CJiil.bi-iiit.il, tiieiice soutii. SO chains,  'theiiee west SO.chains, thence nbrth SO  chaitis.'fliohce' cast SO ���, ehiiins to point  Vif coniDieneemenli . ,     .  Sarah L- Galbraith. Locator.  pAVP.J. Lang-ley, Agent.  October 2nd. 1002.    "'. ���   ���'   ���'���-'    ���'  srtiiTnT^i'Pcinriiis.' 'I Eahetf' eiisi'80 eiiWf iiiT to 'Uii  lilaocof lien'iiiilii^iVoutaijiiiiB.ltID iierns.  ���JUateil;Miii-clip��iliVH)03. ,;'; ppl'   ' -P Ip": ppp  PP ,. ", .':'���''     .,,-   ,'��� ���������'P.WV CPlirur.v,.Loea'torP'..  ,���--'������;. -������": '"���"���    i:;,. PA.jIiiiidlaiypAgeritP >  !"2 .Ciitninunciiig- u'l. 'ii;.'post,",,|i'oing, the'.iiprth  east eornor posi. or;K. L.Tiuepiml adjiieent to  ill )'soutli east coi-ner of VV. C. Drury"s pliiini,  tlionce soutli���80 chains, tlienccpvest-'Wl-cliiiiiis,  tiieiice north 80 chains, tiieiice; east 80 oliaiiis  Beale's- timbei;.  follo'wiiui"   tlie Pvest  ihence soutii  .   '        "w :/!' ,.    ,  ���boimcia-Vv  ol ..Lot  trrtirepliil-e of Ijeginnini/peoiitaininl,' liin acres;  PDiiteilMarch ���*8th;i!K)a;p\PPp;':-p^p P:-;vv vpp  ��� p. �����',';. -.,. ';,, '.'. ; ; K- L.Tatc, Locator,'; ..p  ",y/,:.'���"��� :P..'.p--.'" "P-.tP- :"''-. A. Liiidlaw, Ageiit  i  Pf Coiiiinencihg- ntPtrpos^  west.eorner fof i;W.; P. Snow's claimj.'ahd adjacent to the soutii eiist corncr.'of W.C.Drur.v'.s  claim, theiiccnorth 80 cUuiris, tlienee .Enst 81)  eliains, tiieiice south 80 ehains, thoneepvest 80  clnilns to the 'place of liesinnitig. (.���ontuliiiiij;  .tM0aeres.r,^vP':,.^. -P!--"'-P P.;:.'-' ^P- ��� ���:"���.  "��� Dated'Mai-cli 28th,;1903.^;: -,--':--P-'���'���; ;,'-VP -. v- --:...  ���':���;'���'��� V',;P..'Pi,-pli;.: , ,';..;.., ' \\r. P. Snow.Locutorp p  'Pp'  :���''���'��� ,p';p'p' ";:i.,p;  ; P ApLttWlaiy-^ABCntp  ; 1 CommeneiUK at ii post, being the north  west corner of Chas.- If. Ppisher's claim, iind -.adjacent to thesouth ,wost corner of AV: P. Snow's  'eialinptheiipe.flouth 80 cliiiiris.ptheiice.ea.st, 80  chains, ilieiice n'orih 80 chains, ihehco west 80'  ��� Whiki Christians all over .tho  world were observing , Eastor  Sunday, l.lu- inoinbiii-.s" of tho  ..'Jewish fail-h wci"'*- oolobrating  llio l^oasl. of t-lio Ipissover, one  of 1,110 most, 'iiii'iiortant days in-  their religious, cnlondar., ft is  the first finio in sovon years that,  the two religious holidays -have  fallen on fhe saint* dale. '<  \   ,     P     c  Tho rich discovery of coal in  Souflioa.st.Kooliiiiay. on reserved  ���lauds, is of much' importance to  the province.    And the pros] ec-  4501. Group,/.!, a distanc.e of. 200 cliiiiiis.  inoi'c , oi- . less lei, theppriiii'i'indional.  Boundary, ilience west following said,  boundary aifislaiice ,nf ,'i20 ehiiins,  ihiiiice north, 2o0.i-hains more or less tti,  ;i. point due wesl of the point of beginning. th..-'K-..'. east M20 eliains to the poi 111  ofj-be'idiining...   :   ',.�� ; >'-' '  ]-J    . ,.-i:i-;tM>:ALf>P'. .ftAKDALL.  liuied ibis 2Slh 'ihiv of Pcbruai-v. 1!)0:!.  J. TAENHAUSER  . . o. '..  . '-  WATCHMAKER   iind   .lKWKM'IR  KiiKrnyiiig  Kort'.-TSti.-o]e.  Cm  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Aityono nf;nfl1ni( n plcolfh himJ divirrlpltfin hih>'  quickly ��i��f:ort.ftln our o|��inln:i freo tvfirllior hii  tnvfintlori I.i protinhly Tiiiloiilntilo. <"'utuirm:ilrn.  Mori* Ktrlf'tlycomidt'iitlnl. I latKltiorik on I'atjjnU  sent fr��>o, (tlri(!5��t-��L'onc>" forptwurlntr piit����nt��i,  'I*ft(����Titii taken tiiroucli Munri A ('<��. roc*.'lv��  special notice, without clmrsro,'lu tho  Scientific American.  A hanilHOiitcIy Illustrate wf?okly. I.nrKCRt clr  rulntlon of any BCicntitU- Journal. Tcrrnn, 1*3 n  ynnrt four montha, fl.  Sold by all ncn'sdcnlorn.  IVIUNN&Co.3G'B-d^- New York  Ilr'anch Dlllce. R2ii F St- Wnntilimtoii, D. C.  IL l.'iiiiunciic.in^- ut tlic northwest  corner of d'eoryo Dpnylius und lioiu^'  t-lui soiithwost (.'(irnur post of VJuines DP  Gordon, thence north .SO ehains, thenee  east ..SO ehains, thenee south 80 chains,  ihenee wesf-80 chains, to the. point ,of  t:oininei)cement.,'  . ���  .'.  '    '.lames O. Gordon, Loeator.   v,  ' ���W.-'.i. Langley. Afjrent.  Oetober 2nd. 1002.,  12. ('pinnieneing- at the northwest  corner of lleorye Dpug-las and being  the .soiiflieast , cornei- post of ,IIu��"h  ���Wiitl.,' tlienee ��� west. 80 chains, thenee  iioi'iir.SOTdiaiiis, thenee east SO' ehiiins,'  Ihence soiith 80 chains lo the point of  commencement.  Ilu^ii Watt, ^Locator.  ��� ��� W.-.f. I'jiini<-ley, Aj^enf.  Ocfiilier 2ndPl!l02.  I.'t. <''omiiic'n:ciiii>'.iil, Maud Lanyley's  ntirl li wi'.sl, corner post,' flicnce cast, K(>  chains. .I.llcncc south KO chaiiiH lo a.  point one half mile, c-ast of .lames I)  Gordon's noi-t lieiisf (���oriicr, tlienee west  SO chains, thence nortli SO chains lo  point of i;oniiiieiicciiienf. ���  .Maud Langley,  Louiitoi-'.  W. .1, Liin'irltsy.. Ay-onl. .  October :trd, I0n2.  1-1. Commencing- at .Maud Lane-ley's  northwest corner und being- Arthur VV.  VowelLs northeusf'eorner post. Ihence  cluiius to<thoTplHce"'ot,T)Ogliimn!jP?coiitainiiig  '6J0'ai;i-es...'-p,'{pt,;'vP; p.;-P .; ;��p;v-:V'ippPPfi:p:iP  Duted March'i��tlv; 1903..-."��� pp,;'   ,l?;;P,X,^;i;'::-;  PPv        ���',';'���'���' pciia's, lirii'lsher, Locatoi-.   P  '...Pp.p,;.     ,.p:}\...; PA, toidlawPAgcnt P  ���P 5y'!L''6ium6h1eIriB,;'d't,;a'*'po.si;;',"iiboubP  custof \^ O. Drury's iriiiiappost, being.ihe in.  ithil post oi' J. il. Kitzpavrick's clui'ni; and Lpie  soutlri qiiapcoi-iiiji'pilieiice';*'ri6rth".v80pcliaiiis,:i  ,.tlion'te/w-e.s'i;iM.cUiiins;-nioiu-p  llieiice.eiist. 80 I'lialiis, to tlic plui-o of tx'sdiiiiliig  con taiiiiiiK M0 acres: ;"-:'-;''f'!'''pP:p;-ls:Pip'--:';;;:^'.P  ���-.,7"piiVi';|i:iVi!rv<fif.^iii;;"i90:i;-ppf:'%  - .'li'P'pp,   "ii���'���'./. ..���..���''���' W.':l,,iujSi;li,!i;k'v,.i\i)'c'hibi-.'' v"  fP'P'",- .-'������''��� Pp     Py'.p;pPA^ Laiillaip Ajj-ent ���  fl .Commencing at,a post; being the north  (iust'cbrncr. post of L.&. Morrison's claim,- anil  iidjaeent, to.tho isouth east eornerof J. M. Pitz-  pntrick">; claim; thence south 80 ehains, thenee  west 80 chains, thence norlh 80 chains; thence  east 80 ohiiiiis'to the pined of bcijiuiiini.'p con-  liiiainjIiilO acres, p .���''' :.-'i/ P.,   ���'���?"���  .,,;iDiile'l,-,-Miii-eh;'28lli,"HK)ii., ������',;.-      ;,.       '      P  "p. "V-".:'. :".'": "-..!,��� l>- 0;'.Mon"i.soii..I.oi>ntpr: .'���,  . "*'"     -,':      .''    ' ��� '������'������'. A. I.iiiillaw,- Agent   ,;  7   Clommeiicini.' nt-    iiost. buins tlieTsouth'  west eornor or Chas. ���Dawson's claim, anil, adjacent to the south oast corner'of J. Mp Fiiz-;  jiatrielc's cliiiin, 'ihetioe north 80 eliains. thenee1  oust 80 chains, tiieiiee soutii i.Sl) ehains,' thenco  west 80 chains to Llio place of Jiciriiiiiing.' containing IHO acres.    . i ''    '���'*",'-  .   Dated Miii-cli rltjtli. I'M}. ������   '',.  .. P  P;                       Cluis. Dawson, Locator,'  .���*';���        .v   A. Li'iidlaw/Agont  S, Coianieiiciiig. at; a .post, being tlicnbrtli  wesl coriiej- of -li. M. Sliiiliuore's claim and adjacent lb the spul.h west. I'orner ,of Chas. Daw-  son "s claim,. I lienec sbuthSipcliaihs, thenfe ei'isl  SO chains,' tlieupe.nortli 80 chiiins, theiiee west  SO.cliiiiiis to the plneo, of ���lil'Kilining, containing  (HOaeros:      V,- '; ';.   ,  ' P.  ���'���,'Uiubil Maroll .astir, -Ifloit. ,". ^  1>'PM. .St-idniore, Locator  .-���,'..���".-.       .      .'.-    ,A. Laidlaw, Agent-  if CJoiumeneing at a iiost; being the soutii  east corner ��f Andrew Latdhiw's eliilm1 and  aboul tw.ii miles soutii of the nbitl). east corner  of M. L, Tale's claim, thenee) north 81) ohnins,  thence west 80 chains, thenee south 80 chains,  thence east 80 chains,to the place of beginning,  containing 010 acres.  Dated March -'8th, IMtt. '    -p ���      '.,','���',.'.  ' Anilrew Laidlaw. Locator  10 CommeiK'ing at a post/being ihe north  easl 'eornor of-15. ,1. Kobert's elaiui. mid adjacent to the south easl, corneruf AuUruw Laid-  laiv's elaiiii: theuce.south 80 chains, tlienee  west 80 chains, Ihcnee north 80 chains, tluincc  east 80 chains to tlie place of beginning, containing IMO acres. .  Hated March -J8th, 1903.-   ' ',      .    ,  ���-.* K.J. Roberts, Locator  A. Laldluw, Agent  11 Commencing at n post, being the soutii  west corner of Sam Truscotl's claim iind adjacent to the south eiist corner ol Andrew  Laidlaw's claim, thence north 80chains, theuce  east 80 ehains, theuce south 80 chains, thence  west 80 chains to.lho place of beginning, containing li-li) acres.  Dined March 2HUi,'IWl.1. '  i Sam Truscolt, Lociitor  A. Laidhny, Agent  l"i Coiiiincnelng at a post, beliig the north  west corner of Koboi't Miller's claim, mid adjacent to the south west coi nor uf .Sum Truscotl's claim, ihence south SO eliains, thenee  eiist 80 clnilns, thence north Hit chains, tlienee  wesl 80 chains to the place of beginning, con-  tainlng tlIII acies. ...     ���  I lined-,Ma fob ���JHth. I WW.;   '   .   ff  Itnlierl Wlller-i Lociiliir  A. Laidlaw. Agent  '���III (,'iiiiiiiiciiclng at, ii post, lining the smith  ensl. corner ef S. llnnvn's Halm, 'about two  iniles soulli of tbi' nortli easl .corner oi L. (.:.  iMorrismi's 'claim, tlienci; north 80 ciiains.  Iheiii-e west su chains, (.lii'in-e soulli 80 t-'lmias.  llifiice east MU chains to the place of beginnluir.  riinlitiniiij' liin acres.  -   Dnietl March -iSih. iiki:'..  S. Mruivn. I.ocator  A. Liii.lla w. Agent  II   t'liiiiiiieiii-lng :n a   |��,si.' litMiisr  ttie  north  east corner post of A. E. Barnes' claim, anil ail-  jacint to tbe south east corner of S.  Brown's  claim, thenco south 80 chains, thence west 80  chains, thence north 80' chaiiis, tiieiice east 80  chains to the place of beginning, containing  (HOacres. .-. , ,;. ,       ,.'��� ,, ������, ,' ;  Dated March 28th, 1903/  '��� A. E. Uarnos, Locator  p     ', A. 1'^aidlaw, Agent  ,l5   Commencing at a  post,  being the soutii  west corner post (ff A. H. Raillton's claim, anil  adjacent to the south' east corner post of S.  Itrown's claim, thohce 80 chains north, thoncc'  SO chains oast, thence 80 chains south, thence  80chains west to tho place, of   beginning, con-  talnlng040acres.    P     ���';'.'.-'���'������'���.    ��� ���'-'.'���''��� '  ������'"   ���,  '   Diiteii Mareii 28th, 19b3i-;'PPp,';,;P   ,".'���',;V.P  '���'.'. ,;������������,.'.'      ,' A.B; liallltbn.LiM-iitdr. ���."���,,���'.  ',', ���:���'..'  ���', ',!-'...  -     A. Laidlaw, Agent.  . in. (.'ti||iiiieiieitig,iil  a . post.,  being"!he nurilt  m ft ct tnioi-.-1 'CW t. of 1 leu r.v' P; ,,'Sorg.s ,'eln I in..' and  iidjiit-.jtit ti, A. \l'. K'nlllrijii's south   wesl   i-miiiiT  posi .'...ilicin'e Sit cliuliissi'uHi,   ilienci;-.80pctiiiiiis  i'asi,llieiiin;"H(fchain.-, iitnili,  tiieiice Hit'������i-liii.ins  ���wiist'tti"jtin.-'iiiiiei- of lii-giiiiiiuif.'cfaiiaiiiliig MU  n'eres.-'p-p-.'''.''���' -       -,',, . , ' -���,,��� : ������ ��� ������ ,. ���';,- ''".'_ "-'P'.-  Pviialed March -.'Hlli, 11U��. , - p, '^sP,.. ��� -.- P "r;. PP,  , . "������ ; ' ' ���       ,. .,.   lU'iti-y I1', Sorg. Locator.,   V  .    .:"',[ , i . p P;. .,.-���';'..-A. L:ildliiw.-;l\geiil,.  ,17   I'omineiieiiig at a  post; dicing1 t.he;sotitli  1'iist .t'oriier post of \Vm.:, ICdward Wliig's claim,  alioal two iniles south of^A.  !���-.; lltirne'sPiiorlll  easl corner post, thence 80 ehitiiisnorili'. Ilience  sit eliains west, theneelfioVliains .souih,, ilience  soch.-tlns easl'io tin;, place oi'  begi lining, ".con.  olii acres.       P.,.'  ......        P- ' P    P-    0 -   ���'���.''  "Pliiii:cd,!liaridiSStli,,|lliO:i.:,|P ..'���''..'- P .-Pp;'  P, p'"   .'-   iWiti; i'ldward Wing, Localiir..,, ������  "���.���';':���;��� P''.-Pp '   '���' ...,PVPLni'illit'w; Agciii.  IS  poiumenciiig al ii :post., being the iiorlli  easlPcprner nlpKthiiu  A, K. Morrison's claim  and adjoining,\Vu'i. Udwnrii,VViiig^s south'; east  corner post, thence south:'80 chit ins, thenco west  80 chains, thenco north 80, chains, tlienee cast  80 chains to tin- place of ��� beginning,; containing  'HOiieres.- ��� P'''P,PP-'"';"':.     ''������,'.���,���., '���'���'.  ���',"'":.      ''"p"  PDated March i8thji!H)3.    p.', pPjiip.��� ppp-  ���:ppp  =^y^Sd^^E thii njApE,i^VIpKri sbii,.Loeatoi-_P.  ,'���' p ������'������;  :-.y ���     ���'-.������������A. Laidlaw, Agent'  i'JpC'binuieneing at u post, being, the soutii  west corner post of Prank A. Chase's elalm;  and adjacent to^ the south, east- corner, ;post of  Win; Edward Wing's claim, thence 80 chains  north, thence 80 ehains east, therice.SO ciiains  soutii; llienbe 80 chains west to the place or be;  ginning, containing tttOiacres. ,P;P P '  '/Dated Mar<'h;28thpl903.Ppp^pp  '.: : 'P-P,!  ..^P^---J,_ljP-^P-P-F'rank.A/Cliase._Loi-atqr.P,:  ' -P pppPpp.,ppPp;P;-/,j^]^aidlaw/Agcntp,  p-'SJO Commbnciiig at a' post, being; the iiortli  west corner post of Maiido S. McDonald's claim  and iidjncent to the soutiir west eoriier , post. of  Fiaiik-A. Chase'sclaim.thenee 80 chains soutii  thence 80'ehainseHst, thence 80 chains; north,  thence 80 chains west to the place of beginning  'containing liW'iicies. .   c    .. ��� ,. ���    ;������.-  -.,-��� bated March 28tlip l!X��/i.;' p;p; '.PPP.'; PPP P  p cpppMaudeS. McDonald, tocator: ''  ' '"'*';���' r ;.-���'��� P"pip-P^p- ;P;-,-:;::A',-Lai<lliiw,;Agentp:  �� pJi'i Commeneiiig-at a post, .being the soutii  east corner post of M, T.pbrhpor's 'claim; about  two iniles south of. the south west corner, post  of Sam Truseott's claim, thence 80 chains north  thence 80 chains^west, thence 80 chains soiith;  thence 80 chains' east to the place of beginning,  containing 640 acres, ".p  -   Dated' March 28..tli.l00:i.  ppP,P V.P :&���: '���}���'������ -;?'fM;;,r^braper,'Locatpr'PP  '.i'.,'P-?v.-.; P'ppVP.:'':V-'.'P",P'->'-^-''I'alll!0'W,:Agentp  pf22 * C'ommehciiig at''a'; pflstp being..the, nortli  east corner of WPM; bean's claim and adjacent  to tlie south eastcbrne'r postofM. T; : Draper's  eliiiih. thence 80 ehains south, thenee 80. chains  (w'eat'-'ttienceiSO.'i-halM^  east to thojpiaee of beginnlngpcontaining;6*3  'ncres;5p.p'-,p.i''PpP'.''.p';P;-':;'pp.'P'' ipp;.p";';;p.''p';-  ..' -.paied March'28ih.,:ifl03.'pp -.''^p:PP'-ppppp  :,'Ppp p;P;.l;.-'v'iP Pp., W^MpOpiin.': Locator ;;P,  '���..PPpP'pPp.P ppp''p:pp.A.,LaidlawpAgen(-.^  ; :it Cbiniiibhcing at' a posi,^ bqiiig - the south  west corner post-ofC.'pborg's-claim, iind; adjacent to the south, east corner post of M. T.  Draper's claim; thence north'80^ehains,; thence  east 80 chains, tlienee south ,80. chains,1; thence  west 80 chains to the placePof .beginning, cbii-  taining6-10 acres. p Pi   "��� <i���'.. ..-������-;  '.'."''���"*,'  :,   Dated March 28th, llKW.p,:/Pp'-p ���,'���'}.���'' 'ppp;  pP; :.''-;.."      ':    'c. Oberg, Locator;  PP ������',..-���]. ,'��� P   A. Liu'dlHW. Agent, p  p 21,: Coinnveiioing at u post, being the north  wesl confer of K. Olicg's claim, niidSliljacentto  ihe.soutii west'corner of-.C, .Obeg's cluim.  thence soutii 80 chains, thcnce.eas'.80 chains:  tlniuce north 80 chains, -thence west 80 elniins,  io the,place of,beginning, containing 640 acres.'  Dated March 28l,h, l��):t.    -       ���   ,       V ���   f  ������-'���' P;       .":.        li- Oberg, Locator:   ,.  '. P'-'c   , p';P     i    y, A. Laidliiw. Ageiit  ��� ������':.'3 Coniiaeiiciiig at a post,, being the south  eiist corner of C. E. Grove's claim, .about two  miles south of the nortli enst corner of WV M.  Dean's claim,.ilience north 80 ehiiins. thence  wesl 80 eliains, ihence soutii 80 eliaiiis. thence  enstSO chains to the place of .'beginning, con,  taining 040 iiercs:,, ,ul .������.���' . . '���-  :, .Diited Marcli :Wth. 100S. .' ������ ;,.;���' ,..'p' , ;P..,';'  ,    ,.; " C. I-',.'Uroi'c, LoenlorP '���  \y.\..r:'.....r..i'.';.:.'- : . '. Y,\. ���..:.     A; Laidlaw,-Agent   ���������  :ifi' Commonciugalil post, being tint north  east eornor post of J. \V. Steam's claim, and  adjacent to tiio south east-corner of C." E.  drove's claim, tlionce80 chains soulli, thenco  80 chains .west, thence 80 chains north, thence  80 chains easl to the place of beginning, con-  taining tHO acres. ���      ���'', '���''���������-��� ,     ,  Dated Maroli'mh, lliob.    ,;.;    P:  1 J. W. Slearns, Locator "',  "���''-. ���'���<-    A. Laidlaw, Agent��� .'  37 ; Commencing at a post; being the south  west corner ofll. J: Wolty's claim, aiid adjoining the soulli east corner of C. E. Grove's claim  thence 80 eliaiiis north, thence 80 chains east,  thenco 80 chains south, thence 80 chains west  to the place of beginning, containing 640 acres.  Dated March 28lli. 190:1.  '''.'������ H. J. Welty. Loeator:  A. Laidlaw, Agent  28 Commencing at a post, lieiug the north  west corner of Geo. H. linker's claim, nnd adjacent to the soutii west corner of H. J. Welly's  claim, thenee 80 chains south, thence 80 chains  east, theuce 80 eliains north, thence 80 ehains  .west to the place of beginning, containing 610  acres. i - '  '���  Dated Marcli 28th, 1903.  Geo. B. Baker, Locator ,  .,���.-.    , A. Laidlaw; Agenl-  ��� 29 Coiniiienciiig at a post, being the south  east corner of Jesse E. Markwell's claim, .'aiid  about two miles cast of the north east corner  of .1. \V. Steam's claim, thenco north 80 chains,  theuce west 8Hchains, thence south su I'liniiis.  thence east 80 chains to the place or beginning  containing 640 acres. "P  Dated Mn roll 28th. l'Jllll. ,; P,  .Icsse k; Murkwcll. Locaior  A. Laidlaw, Agent  :i(l ('oiniiioiiciiig al a post, being the north  cast coriinr post of l'hllllp H. uiillliaui's elaiiii,  aiid adjacent lb the south cmsI corner of .Jesse  K. Markwell's eliilm. thence 80 elniins siitiilt.  thence so i-halns wesl, lltciiee 80 clnilns nortli,  thoiicoso chains oast to the'place of beglntiln'r.  containing Oil) acres.  Diitctl March ISlli. 190:1.  l'iiilllp II. (jiillliiiiii. Locator  ; A. Laidlaw. Agenl.  , 81 Comiiieiiciiisc at a posi. being tiie south  west corner of Christian Anderson's claim and  adjacent, to Jesse K. Mark wall's soulli east corner post, iln-ncc nortli .so chains. Ihence enst'80  chains, thenee seiilh SDcliniiis  llietic,;,,- west  80  chains to the place m biy iin.iia.'.'c .iitainiiig illu ..  acres. ��� , ���    ., -..-��� '���'���;���    P    '''.'��� - ���  ���'.  Dated March 'JSili, I'.tO.'l/   '       ���'���    .,-, ''  ��� ���'-.���--;.;��� -"T;----^;--,;-pClirist3inrAi-.dcrsbnr Locator--pv-  A. Laidlaw, Agent,.'  32   Commencing at a pint. Mm; tlie .-.or'lli':  west corner post of, ("has. , McN'ab's  cinlm, .and  adjai'ent to  the., south ��� west   corner, post    of  ChrUtian  Anders,..h's elaiiii,  theuce libiitii 80-'  clnilns. thence cast .Sli.ehiiins'... ihence north'. 8li .  chains; ilience lye.st SO chains to tflb plaer- pf.  beginning, coniiiining (110 acre's. '    '*������'������.'    .   ,   ���  P. IJattjd Mtireli 28tli,, 19(��. ,, ;"���... .��� ', .'.,,'    ,':.'���..  P   , " ���   P        ,.,,, Chas.'McNal', Locator  .'!;  ���,-15  ; p'..'-'--'.''       ' .'>A'. Lnidliiw.!Agent. "'���'���'.'  ���;-;p:;-,'pP"p>p;-.".; NOTICE. /':, ..PP-.-.;..; p-���:���-.���'  , SrOT'lCK ,.is hereby'given, lliniwe,. tlie linilei'-:  .sigiicilv ill ten; i��� tlii i-ty days'after, (he lirst pu'b-  licsili<.ui of I his il|,|l('e le apply lo , tin.-'. Ap.isia.iit,  ('(Miiiiilsisii'iiier ' /11"<; l.ttiiils. iniii Wiiil;-.' for i lie,  Dlsiriip ol' ���'������ hiiist,';; iCuiileiuiy'v 'innl .;' lite Pfllief  Coiiiinissiiiiii.|; of Litiids'ii'uil Works,loi-licenses  to, pi-^jspcct. li i i-'.ei'ta 1 it in ipciroleiitu on tlie, fulr-,,.  lowing de*ci'lbii<l .binds ���s.ll.iiiiii-P'i'iii Aliii'iiianiis  C'i-cck in llie'.'Siiiiiii Knsi, ii-fii-tliiii or lOasi ICnon-,.;  nay District, liiji.lsh t Viliiiii.liinV'   ~        .'\  ... iip C'fiiiiiiie'Mi.iiig at, it posi'iiiaiiie'ilnl'iiiiit'l wi)'-  nillos  froiii  the  Intfriiiiliiiaal   lloiindiii-.v,', lindp  ,1'oiv; illiles- caslcrlyi. I'l-iiiii   ilii, p'in'tliCuil-ifl'vcrP������:  aiid   iin -ttf', conilgiioiis; tii' jKis'h-c-lieli-iiu''.. or'  Aliainamis Creel;.being llie  siailli-eiist, eonief..  'marked   W.  A. ,1,'ritti.vvii.utli- i'lisi'- c.(iriiei',pos't.!'  adjiii-eiii in thi. siiiii,li-weslPi.enie|. <i|' .liiinesir,'  Caiiiei-on-s   idiiiiii;PlJie'iii.i;."'iir7i!ih,P'si)-!-;('lipliis'.';  Iheitccwesl sil(i1jiihis..thi;i,iciiisoiil,li siipi'lialiisl P  Ilience easl Sit eiiainPjo Ihe place iifvlicgjliiiiliig;  mid coiiiaiiiinu-il.in 'acres..'... �����. p':;' . '".",.'     '"     s  -P;Da!C(l,Aii��iisi;;i'.li. iiui-.'.    ,,:"������  ":: '.'.'~ ������,,,  ,.::������<���'';������:���::���   y'."i..:..->   '   .   A\':.A..p.KA'l'T, Li'icaior.   P,   '-..,'.'.���';   William i'"iiri(-st;,Ageni..,,'.:���'  '. li.  -Comiiieneing ai a post- pjaiitcd :iboiii,:l,wo;.  miles- from iliiplnU'rtiiiiioiial Houndiu-.y,^'. iiiiiip���-���'  fouriniles easterly fi-inh  the ",. Plaihead.lMvipp i  being ''the south-wesi corner.pnnirked ;-,)aines  Cameron's south-;w;csl corner post;'adjacent   io' '���  tho.:sou_tli-e^  thenee norlh 80 ehiiins. Ilieiico east 8t) (.liains, ���  tlienee soiith 80chiiinsp tiieiice west 80 chains ;-  toplace of .beginning and coii.liiiiiing.iwi) acres.P ,  PDated August riii.,iooi pp \ y'^yy P.-P yy  ''" y'Xyy.' Pv'*'''^I^S^CAMER6N,"r6catoip;P  ��� c.r Conuriencing lit ii post planted abotit twit P  milcspfroin thb, flUei-iiiitional. iioiuidiiry'and '..P  rbur miles easterlypfriiih'I lie' i'lii'tlieitd': River.,"[���'  being'.the liorlli-wesl ponicriiiiarked-jAngus-; '  .Cam.eroiVs;iiorthl-j\ies;t.ci'trii'e.r^posi.Paiijiicei^  the iiorili-east pjiiriier- of \yilliiiui B'o'rresl's  coal 'and: petroleiiinpclaiinP tlienee-;s'biiIh"��� 8<i' ���  chainMfethchceeast 80 chains, 'tlienee, iiortli !.8i��.'P  ehains,"thenee west',80 chainsl.lb.'plaf*e.'o'f'begin-''���'.;  nirigiiiidiibiitiiiiiingUio noresTp: ::''PpPP" ,P "P i  ip Dated August'7tliP|inKp ���;' ���'/% '���' :..p ,'���'���;"���'"- .'..  y '��� :'y P."P iANGTJS'CAAIi0RoW,v'Lbca(or.pP,:',;.  pp. '.:' .P: ���'".'' -; p ,.Iatiies Cameron;:,Agoht. p  "d. Commencing ata, '|i'pSl planted,'abbiil'livb ; ,  miles froi'n thepinteriialioniil.^ lloiibdaryS-and p:  four iii iles easterly from J lie:P.'Ki!ii;heafi.,Rivdr','.-.'-p  being;tlie north-east'eqi'iicr, piiarkeii; VVilliiiin ���'  Forrest's iiOrthJcast .cpriier fibst. 'itdjaceiltpbpp  the liorth-wesl corner'bi' Aiigus'Camorori'sV-Oiil ,':.���'  liiid petroleuiii elaiui, thencevsonili;8b..chains', 'P  thenee; west 80^chaiiis,, tlionce .iioi-tii :ftl> "clitiiiispP ���  thence.east 80;cliiiiiispbpliice'bf liegiiining andp; -  bontainiiig 640 acres, PP PP '"���'.���;'���'" , .t.-pi;; \: ''.'.'������:,.  p Dated .August rth."ni02;pL'' ';':'' '��� '���:���':.:��� '.'��� ';;P y ',, '������..%'/  P- 14-i P" i -.'^yiYAAAM--IpORRES'lp^ociitor.'';:p  'i. '?���; ' -P. 'P^P';'-'NQTlCEi-i P; ���''. -.-'':r?,p -P.-PP.P;  "���Notice"isphbi;eby1%iyeiipihiiV iiii a}iplicatipiiP''-  ;will:;bb; mii'de,. io-'thtj-^iiriliiufonV'br-'Ciiiia'da'^  its next-sesstonMiyphi;; Kopw  waypCompany ;for'iiiiPpVct lb AmeiialitpAet'bf-';/  .rnebrpbrntiprPboiiigi i Kdwii ril; VifIxihappTrlbypP  'exieiidiiig:tho:timePforpli^cqiijineiieeme^  coiistrueiipiraiuilheciiniplelibii 'ofp'snid'.-' "Kail--''  wajy as'liiiiited; jiy.'soei'ioit'li:,bf said;Act'of ItiPPj:  pprpqruiionP;,;tP'.pP;_P'P^^^^  ;pDate<l:.niiiuary'2i)th.M90;!.;��;,,: ppp"pP; pp.P;  ���pP,pp.'-p P .:HAltVE)p.&pMcCALM'EK,'r P -P .':'���  v.;,:;-,;, ; ;'.:'<'���;; !���"��� P-" Solicitors, for Appiieiintsi, ?:>;'  y  '���il' .i.'.,:  V-.'/-'  .:^YU'i,r>"i  .:-.:.'Ppl  NOTICE,  p:';op-.     V;t Timber Licence,  .p. P.:'pP''PP  P Notice is heridjygiveil lliattliiriy tinys arier  this lirst publication I intend  io apply' lo thep  Chief Commissioner. pf Liin:ls iind. Works.  Tor  permission lo cutand.cari-.v aiyay, tiailie'ri'ron]  the following describe'd laiiils':'. Ctiiiiinenci'ng ni...,'  it  post   planted  iiliput" 120 chains  west'oi'-the  nortli''enst' corner pf, R.  1>'.. Ilopkins'.  timber,'"  timil situated in llie dislrictof. East' .Koolenay  and  west of the inoutli  pf, tlie Elk River, lill)'���>  chains iiorlli, 40 chains west..iiH).'chain's .soilIh,  and 40  chains enst io point of coiniiieiic-eiiieiil. ���  eontaiiiing 010 acres iii'bre pi-less; ;.' .-'���,������-,���  ,   Dnteil this aih,daypf Miireii, lOiW...  ... ,.:      P        K, M; KITLLERTON. ]..��� P.,<.v'  IS;. Pi        P;.- ������: TlylJ. Mayes, Agent,-  ly  2pP,  I-,-.-  PPP;..;..--. ;.;:<;p . NOJICE. ,, P P.,. :;,:pp  ..No-i'niK is hereby given that application will  be 'made lo'".the,.Legislative ;Asscniblyol' llie  f rovinee oflSriiish Columbia at: its. next' sus,-  siba, by Jlic ICuple.iiay j.!eiitr;i I.Jlai 1 way'.Ooin-  pan'.y. for au.Act lo Amend its Act of liicorpbi-ar  lion; being I Edward Y'.l I, Chap. 711.. byilella-,  iiig.inore pai'tlc'iilarlythe linie I'utP deimsil insecurity and by ex teat I Ing Utc time fur tin; expenditure of .Ten 'l.'liiiiisaiiil.Diiliitrs.in surveys.-  or construclion as ren, ii I ret I liy Siiet.inn 15 up  said Act of liicot iioratlon., ������    ���  ���'���",'   'IIAIv'VKY-.t'iMcCAK'TKi';'     ...  ������-.-.'   Soliciloi's-l'iir'Aiiiilieaiiis.  '   Dined theinllidiiy Pr.laniniry iti0;l?.        '. "  TIJIUKIINOI'ICI.-P  , I hereby give nolicelhal twill apply lull io  Chief Commissioner'of Lauds &'Works' for a  special Umber licence over the following lands  situate in the Southern Dli isimi nl'the District.  of East Koolenay:��� -Coiiiihe.neiiig at the North  East corner or, l.'rank l.cclcrcs .. pi-c.cinplioii.  near Slx-mlle or Hoothfheel;: (hence north 60  chains more or less to lite Si. Mary's River,  thence following the south bank ol said river  to a point 80 chaiiis wesl, thence south,to tlie  iiorlli west cornei of the said I're-eiriplioli.P  tlionce.east 80 chains to the point nf.eoinniunei.'- ,  ment, containing Mil acres 'more or less.- .  ���'.'   P    .'   ,    ' EUANK LKO.LEKC.  Cranbrook, 20tli March, ISIIU. 12    ,,       .    NOTICE.   ���   ���  NOTICE is herebygivciiilial an application'  will be inade to the" I'n'rh'anieiiiof Ciimirtn nl,  the next Session thereof for tin Act to incorporate a company'In lie known as -'The. Southern Central I'acilic Unilwny Company", to construct mid operate a Hiie of railway from Vancouver, lii' Hritish Columbia northerly andcast-  orly by way of llie." Ivnoleuny I'nss'.lp some  point on the Old Man River in the "-District, of  Alberta: tlienee iun-i.li .easterly , through -  ���Saskatchewan lo spine poini ,,n I lit: (r'huix-liill  River: witii power le eeiislrucl itiul operate  telegraph iintl telephone lines, lor ilit- piii|iosc  of Its business nml for the public: and-lb own,  use and opera lis wider powers ennvenieiil. In  llie load for I'tii'lwny and olln.'i- pttrposes: iin.1  to own and 'opei-nlo sleaiu-sliip.s. Icrrii,.^. nnd  shipping, nnd build and erect, ihe necessary  wlnirves mid elevulors: .and with sncli oilier  powers and privileges ms arc usually niven lo  rnilwity eompiuiies.  JOflNSTOX & FALCO.VIil.'iDCi;.  Solicitors.for llie Applicants.  Dated al Tiirmit.o l-bis 291 li day of, liee.-niber.  190-J. ',.'.'��� -j THE PROSPECTOR,   FOKT STEELE,  13.  C,  APRIL 1*.  IMS.  mi  Big Grui:or Launched.  broimhl  fn nml    .'iiic-IidI'ciI  :i   (|ii;irli!)"   <>T   an   liour   f  Continued  l'i .un l'.tu<- '  fhe blue! waters ol' flu? .lames,  and in I heir iimbi'iice complete  the symbol of ill" stnri-y 1la<r.  Cheering wa-. iin-t'.-'.-i.'iul iinil flit*  air was kitlen willi i-ajis and hats  as llie eiillni-sia.-sl ic lull 11 il ude  y.ivc full \'t"il lu I lieir pal rioliu  ft'eliiiti".-., 'I'ln*   loti    hull    had  meanwhile lloaled "i-uccl'iilly oul  lo   inidsf ream     where   she    was  Pur  I ll<;'rs  ami oilier small i-ral'l w 1111 whieli  . flu* river wiii lilleil   kept   up   an  inces.iiinl       loutiie,-      ol'     their  whisl les   in   honor 'of  Ihe lulesf  addition   fo' L'neli'*  Sam's   nay.v.  When   everyhoif.v    had    linisheil  elieef'iii.u" the clirisfciiiiiii   |iarly.  'iiiiiiilierinii   some    ���~,lMI   person^,  boarded I he steamboat,, Newport  oNows   whieli. eoiidiif.fed Hkjid fo'  Old Poinl, (Joiiil'orl.i   ��� Uere  they  wore tho guests al  an   elaborate  banquet furnished by ^CiUviji J��_'  "Oreut"t~."presTdeiiToI'TlTt? ^iTwJioT-l  News' Shipbuilding    a net   Dry-  dock     company. , the     builders  of ��� the     West      Virginia    and  a   number  of   the   other   crack  cruisers  and   battleships  of Ihe  'United Stales ^ay.\*"_  T11 cT-crui scT~l au'n c i'i oil" tod a y.  when completed, will be one of  fastest ships in fhe service. She  will be 5U^ feet'over a'll.' nearly  HO feet beam, will displace more  .than l."),(K')0 tons, and odraw --I  feet, ol' water.,- Two sets of triple  , expansion engines will ' develop  28,U0(> horse power wliich will  drive' her ai. si speed of ��! knots.  1-Jer bunker capacity will be  VSiiO tons..and she will carry -1-'!  officers and 76o men.   *  An,, armor belt, six inches  thick sit the maximum, will 'protect her.,and four H-inch gnn.vin  tun-ants will constitute her main  battery. Pourleen 0-inch rapid -  lire guns will make up , her  broadsides.'and she will carry a  secondary, battery of ejghlcen  3-inch, twelve U-'poiuidors. four  1-poundei.'., an to m alios, four  1-pounder rapid-fire.' six Colt  automatics, two machine guns  and two 3-inch field pieces.  The west Virginia is of 1ho  same type as the Nebraska. California, r Mary land. Colorado and  Soulli Dakota, all. of which -when  completed will be superior in  lighting capabilities lo any armored cruiser now in service or  projected.  mmense  Qpportuiiiuii  For Getting a Beautiful Watch  and Chain Free.���No Money  Required.���Every Man, Woman, Boy or Girl has the  same Opportunity under our  System  11) order lo have' Dr. .Arnold'-) Knjjlisli  Toxin l-Mll.s placed in the hands of all  persons Millerino- from bad health we  make Ihe following most liberal ofl'er: -  ., II yen will send us your name and address nnd iifii-ec to sail for us twelve  bti.st's of'Dr. Arnold's Knjrlirfb Toxin  Tills .-it I'Se. per box. we will  give you  AliSOI.IJTKLV     I'KEK     a'     KEAUTIFUI.  watch .\.\i) i.'U'Aix in either ladies  nr Cents size, or your clioine of twenty  mhor preniiunis such as line sets of  Jewelry. Kind's, Violins. Mandolins.  Tea Son. Sateen Skirts. ('uineras. etc.  Iteineinber we 1jO.N"''J' WANT ANY"  .iioN'HY mil il after-you sell the Pills  and you don't hnvt: to sell any more  I linn 1:2 boxes- to yet the premiums.  This is a bona lide oiler from a reliable  concern that has given thousands of  dollars worth of premium!? to agents all  over tlie country. Remember also that  Dr. Arnold's Knglish Toxin fills are a"  we'll known remedy for all diseases) of  the kidney and bladder. Ui-ight's  disease, diabetes. rheum..lism, nervous  troubles, and female complaints^_and_  are" jVr >a 1 i? i T \~a 1 ] ^  and dealers in medicines in all parts ot  tho world. Vou have only to show them  to null theni. ' Vou are not offering  something that,the people don't know".  Our watches are the regular staodaru  size lor Ladies and fientlemen in  Nickel or Gun Metal Cases with handsome illuminated dials and reliable  time-keepers, watehes siieh as' no lady  or LeiitJemaii.iiocd_be ashamed_to_oari-y_  nnd tliuy will be sent, absolutely Ki'e'e  io ail who sell only twelve boxes of  those wonderful Toxin Pills. Write at  once and bo ihe first in .your locality to  get one of those beautiful watches and  chain. As soon as we receive your  loiter or post card we will send you  post paid twelve boxes, together with  our Illustrated Catalogue and beautifully colored card with your name und  address on as our authorized agent.  Dear in mind that you will not be usk-  ed lo sell any inorij-than  12  boxes and  we   UO.V'T    WANT  'ANY    MONKV    Until  alloipyou have sold them. We hear all  the expense,and are. only making this  libei'.iloll'er as a method of advertising  Di-'. Arnold's Knglish Toxin Pills.  'Don't delay, write at once and earn a  beautiful present for' yourself for  I'hrislmas. ��� ���' ���'  Address   ARNOLD   MEDICINE  CO  J'^ijt " * ' ��� '  "~    v*p -x- ���::- ->:-  -.��. -  Headcruarteps  for   Mining   stnd   Commercial  Men  The  All  odern     Conveniences  FORT    STEELE,   B.   C.  Large   Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.  ��� **%  mm  m  m  Tlie Mining Center of Soutii ��ast Kootenay  50 Adelaide St. Kast,  Dcpt,  132  Toronto, Out.  ���J.  HIGH WARDEN.   ���  PIONEER   BARBER SHOP  O ,�� i  Everything Strictly First Class.  ���  Next door lo the Prospector.  Temptations to Raise Money.  Down   in   Missouri   tlii'y have  iiil.roiluciiil Iniiiiiing  soricti.-s   to  swell tin.: church Ireasury. nnd :i  Missouri paper i^ives the following   scale   of    prices:        "(Jii'ls  under   1(5  yours,    l.'i   cenls  for u  hug   of, two   iiiiniili's   or    Tor   n  .short,  s<|iio(v,t!;    from    Ki    lo   I'd  years,   7\0  cents:    from   i'0 :o 27)  years. 7:"> cunts: school iniirnis IP  cents:   another   man's   wife   $1:  ���widows according" fo look's, from  10 cents Lo ���">>: old maids, o cenls  or two for a nickel, and not   any  limit,  to   tune.      IVeuHiors  and  priests arc not charged.   IJjdilor.-.  pay   in   advertising,   but are not  allowed     to     participate     nnl.il  everybody else is done.' and even  thou are not permitted fo squeeze  anybody     buf     oid    maids   and  school inarms." ���  Reduced Rates from the East  Communein" February iolh and eon-  I imiinji until Api-il :10th there will be  low rales in ell'eet, from the Kast via the  fllinoih Central It.R. to all AVashing"-  ton. Oregon and fduho points If any  olyniii' friends or relatives in the Kast  are roinifl}* \\'<*>t while these rute.s are  in elleei.''�� ive n-. their name and ad-  tlre^, and we will make it our business  to see ibat they are given the lieht pos-  .silile .sei-vice. , AAre operate through  pi-r.soimlly eontlut-ted exeursion etu-M,  and in laet give you the benefit of the  latent eonvenient-es known to modern  railroading. We have 15 dill'erent  roiilt-s bi'tween the KaM'and the AArest,'  and are in, position to give you the  benolil of tin- best, combinations.  Write us an'd we will give you full particulars. 13. IT. TRUMHULip 142 Third  Si.. Portland. Ot-cuon.  The Largest  Mineral Areas.  and the lYEost  _ *   * ���  Extensive  Coal Fields on the  American Continent  are Situated in  South East Kootenay  Agriculture  Grazing and the  Lumber Industry.  are Prominent  Features of the  District.  The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway will pass  through Fort Steele and Tap the Greatest Mineral Belt of the  District.  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  Whv vou' f-hmiltl  buy  Because  '' 's '-^(! ''est C|iiali1,y.  Because  ''-'^ '-'"; m,,f;1, lasting' ehe.w  Because ''is l-1"' JiipT;1.;.^-1''^!1 tfrmh'.  10 or Su:. plug.        <,  BeCaUSC '-',<!   l:l^s ;"'e  valuable   for  prcniiiuns  .until  Ja.nnary  '1st,   1905.  Because   we.^unrsmtce Wi-ry plug.  and'.   ,  B eCO USC .v��ur deab-r   is ' authorized-  l.o I'til'uiid your money if you  art: not sal islietl.  'TriK Empikh Touac'co Co.. Ltd.  ANDREW    NEIDIG  GONTRflGTOR     and    BUILDER  1ICIIJS1.: .\NI1 SIliN I'AINTINC!  OAl.fll.MlNlNl': and PAPKK HANIIINC  FORT STEELE, B. C.  J^*"   All   work, promptly done.  ASSAYING  v. F. Nicholson,  I'l'ITKHHOHOURH. H. CJ.  (Licbnsotl hy I't-dvliioiiil (lovennneiu.)  Cold and silver.-.   .......... ,.*2.00  Silver'arid' lead............... 2.00  Cold, silver and Copper....... H.00  Colli, silver, lead and copper., -f.00  '  Samples  left, with  Carl in ��& Durick  will receive prompt-attention.  Apply to  R. L. T. Galbraith,  Townsite office.  Shaving M Hair Dressing Parlor  N't-xL In Orfuiiliil'liiitul. '  FORT    STEELE,    B,   C.  ���    ��� i '  All   Kinds  of Hair'AVork  a  Specialty  A. .1. C I' KZ,    -     -    PKOl-RIK'l OR.  Port    Steele  Brewing    Co.  FORT STEELE,  B,  C.  MANUFAOTu'-iJERS     and     -Bl'tEWERS    OF    EXTRA    B'INE  '"���:.' BEER:'.;% .'������"PORTER',  '  SOLD- BY .'��� THE   BARREL, ���". KEG;   OR.   BOTTLED  Bottled .beer .'for family use a specialty  OUTSIDE ORDERS GIVEN STI.iUJT> t'HOMPT ATTENTION  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  ^**��*^*��&SS^*3S^^*^*^��*^*^iSJ^^!r��iJf%**��^^*iSJiS^^**����***^��^*sKaf��|6  The Steele House  Fort Steele, B. C.  '4      On'ors ;i |iI<j;i.s;i.ii1 snb.ilitulo for homo lo Uioso wlio iritvc-;  P. O. BlyX 812  TELEPHONE  NO.  I  !*  si  *  ��  ��'  The lieil and fln'iipe-l inealrt in t In- count ry.  arc lo he lonnd in thcdiniim room. So China-  nieii alliiucd in I lie kilclicn The hon-c is run  ii|ion (..'iiMiiiopiilita.il pi-iiieipli.'s.aiid (he pi-ospeeliir  P.  with hi* pui-.k is jusi tis PVfli-ointj ,-ts tlic   niilliou-  j   aire with his roll.  Evrtry giK-.si ri'ceivo.s Ihe best, curb and prol'cclion.  The.Liquors an; l,l)<* .bosi itifown.P  D. McNeish  i.   , '     MANAGER.  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  '������*  '*  *  *  *  *  * .  IoiK Carlo ^���Restaurant:  Mutz���& Seott, Prop's.  THE MOST  UP-TO-DATE  PLACE IN FORT STEELE.  WM. ROBINSON..   Proprietor  Everything Cooked  "AS   Vt)V   LIKE   IT." TIIE PROSPECTOR,  FORT STEELE, 11 C, APRIL 1-   190/  North Star Lodge  NO. 30.  A. F. AND A. M.       G. R. B. C.  , FOKT STMCLi:. Ii. C.  Regular   mettin'ss���1st   Tuesday   in   euri  month at oIk!ii o'clock.     VisitiiiK llrcthcni art-  cordially invited.  Klk Jtlvcr I.oiIku.   I'Vinie.  leiiuliir  uu'Ctinsr-.  held llr��i Friday of cni-li inontli ' "  Cranbrook LoiIkc. CranliruoU, regular meetings belli on tlie third Thurs-day of each month.  J. IIimaii'. Secretary  Rocky Mountain Chapter ������  NO. 125. R. A. M.  FORT  STEELE. B. C.  .  Regular meeting���2nd Tuesday in  each month at ciyht o'eloek.  Sojourning Companions are cordially  uvited.  ,   R. L. T. Gal.hk.uth rieribe K.  Protessiotial.  ^! Tmperial Bank of Canada li| The  SATURDAY.  APIUI. IS.  1D0."J.  ���MTTTTTTTTTnmrTTTTTTrTTTTTYTrTfTTTI7TTTTTTnTr-:-  |   LOCAL NEWS.  |  T-UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUULLUUUUUUK-  Tom Pen wick \\'as up from the  ranch on Tuesday  D. McLaren.  Marysville,   wa-,  at Steele ou business Tuesday.,  R.   Burns,   Cranbrook,   was a  visitor at Steele Tuesday.  ���Harry   Fairlield   was   in town  Monday.  Andrew   Neidig   was   up froit'i  Fish Lakes Si'iiday.  CAPITAL AUTHORIZED $4,000,000  CAPITAL (paid up) - $2,923,866  REST ACCOUNT      -    -   $2,485,288  Mead    Office-Toronto.                     , 15  T. Ji. MKi'l'ITT. I'n-hideiil.    I). I!. WII.K1I'. Vie.-I't-.--. and Gi-ii. Man. 2  Al.'KXTS    IX    GKKAT    HUITAI.Y    IPn-yrt-   li.mk.   72   1.0111 hard   SI., 'cj  S1         I.LJiidon. .5  S                                ��� ia  C;             .                 .   -^ Geiii'i-al l-iimlPm^  l>if-ini--i Tratewled. 5  ��'      Savings Bank Deparlt11e11l.--I11iere.sl allowed on deposit*. ;|  I   Cranbrook Branch,         _   _?_ F. h. MARSH, Manager. |  1?  *  Ganatiian Bank oi commerce  HEAD OFFICE--TORONTO.  Paid up Capital *8,(H>0.()00: Ue-erve Kami *k>.r>00,000:  A<L?i$re��ii1,o Iloooui-ces Over $75,000,0(11.  London Office; 00 l.omhiird Street, i;. C.    ,  Sew York Office; 10 JCxclinugc l'liiee.  Anil SO brant-lies in Canada, the United States and rSrili.-ii Colmnhia.  Cranbrook Branch,  ���ik  *  , F. C. MALPAS. Manager.   *,  Geo  S. McCartcr.  J   A   ll:irv.'\ 1  M.    l.hiricK"   C-aiue   dnwii    fi-nin-  Mar\-*\ il!i* Sunda v.  HARVEY & MoCARTER'  B,{trriMerii.   Solicitors.  '   Notaries  Public,  Coiirvi/ditcrrs i'ii1.  .   FOKT  STEELE.  B.  C.  RUVKI.STOKK STATION .'imK lOI.nr.N'  ' I 1  COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY"      MADE.  T liadt'i', a .prominent Moyie  mining man, wa-.ii* town Ui-I-  nt'xlav. ' '   ���  Mines, B.C.  A (intne-, l-Vrtiii-. wa-- v>'ii\~>  lori'd'iu I he Imperial U'cdm"-  da v.  Townspi-oiiic     are   ifanlcniiiu  The  Property  of the  Crow's Nest Pass  Coal  Co.  Sitiiatecl  at the Morrissey Collieries.  W. R. ROSS  Barrister_P - : ___   Solicitor..___.,  tins uirk.      Tho reason ��� -. ahmi!  one, inoniii later tiian u-.ua!  NOTARY    PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER.'   -  lii I-?.-i.\V-)i��idZ-}->.-i -:^.i<l. i-h iv >m>-li_  Fort Steele Moiuhtv on  hi-- -wav  to Fish Lakes.  Fort   Strch'.   B.   6  Fobt Steele Dkvklopmenti Sysi>I'"atk Ltd  Frank      [J nine  1 IP  iv For; St.<eh.  u    i     t   t:.,n.  Cianbrook.  N. A.  WALLINGER,  138 Leadenhall Street. Condor.. IS a;; lurid   :o 1 i-i>..>.. ,x   .,... 1  Uliv>i cut 11       .L'l'l  'fort Steele. ! Har\;ey were at Eikoon buPmessj  .    "    ' ..Monday,       , , 1  POST OE'FICE 1SO.-C b. ' ,         ���   !    Colin     Brown      representing  j Catnoh.ill. Leainptu A" Co.,   Van-  Icouver was in town Monday.  THOMAS    McVITTIE  .      '  Fori Steele BiC. "   p  j: G. CUMMINGS  CIVIL   ENGINEER  Provincial   Land   Surveyor  FORT  STEELE,  B. ,C.  Thomas Crane, manager of the  new townsiie "'Morrissey Mines"  was in },o\vi: Monday.  GRASStCK   &   DEMPSEY.  CONTRA:CTORS  ���   ' '   AND''  BU1LDBRS.  Fort 'Steele   13.0  Airs. A. C Xelspn and Miss  Watson visited CranbrookSatur-  day last.  Nuts,   caudie-s    and   Figs   at  KERSHAW'S.    ���-���  The terms of Sale will be one third Cash al time of purchase, one third in six months,  and the balance in one year from date of sale.  '      '   ��� c     ,  Remember the date Friday, May 1st; 1903.  \ THOMAS CR AH AN, Agent  Morrissey Mines, B. C.  Win, Myers, was engaged in  building an ore car- for tthe  Kootenay King mine Wednesday  Government Agent Armstrong  went to Fernie on official business "Wednesday.  GEARY   &.DOYLE.  Liveru, Feed & Sale * Stable.  Port yt-utilc H.(J  Ro|>uhir- Daily. Stauu   iikjuI.h   nil  trains ut I'Vjrl, Sluolt: ,1 unci ion.  SAUOIJO A I'AC'K   MOUSED  'i'l'MMINll Ol' A I. I. KINDS A SI' I'.C. I A L'l "V  DR. SAWYER, V. S.  Office and Stable  0  Cornei- of  Galbraith and Hazel Streets  ���    Fort Steele, B. G."  OFFICE DAVS:      Moiuiny.    -['linr-  day unci Siitunlay ut Stei.-lo.  SWORTLIME  BETWEEN  STPAUL"��CHICA60  OMAHA-CHICAGO  Kafisa5City��CHICAGtt  St>me oip tho ladies of Cranbrook were over this week taking stock of the metropolitan  Cushions.  ,Ci. I'1. C..Carter went to Fish  Lakes Tuesday. He' will work  with the Kootenay Central survey parly.  Frank MuCabe and E. A. 11 ar-  groaves drove up from Wardner  Tuesday. Mr. McCabo reports  lumbering active at. that point.  Joe Marlin threatens lo leave  13r.il>sh Columbia if he does not  receive tho leadership of Ihe  Liberal parly in this province.  F. Ciapp.' A. S. MoKim. k  Small and A. Mnsso. Cranbrook.  were attending" ti convocation of  Ji.A.M. at Fort'Nleolo Tuesday  eve n in a".  1 N.HANSON,!  ^ General MerchaHt AND ,   . ^  ���� L/ici��or Dealer*.  '[ :=~  ��^ iVIamifactiiror of all Kinds of Lumber,       A large assort-    scs  ~Z: ment of seasoned L.umbor and Shingles always             i~5  5^ ' on hand                                                   ^3  c*^- -���                                                                                          ���*m3  S�� 'D1MKNRION      LDMMEIi      A    . SRTCCiALTY.         '3  I wflSfl; - ��� - b a   I  raiiiiuiiuiaiiiiaiiiuiuiiiiUimiiiiiiiuiuaauiiiUiUiiUiitiiif  I"  (Ins Theis came down from  i Pei'i'V Creek" fciumiay. Mr. Theis  ,-viy.il hai ]")hicer miniii"' in Ihal  ;\-ii'iniiv will be live week's laler  " i ban lasi vear.  i Albert Hanks r.eturned I'roni  ! Spokani-Saturday, where he lias  'bi-i'ii encairod in promoting a  l miniiiii enterprise. '  ���  Your, attention   is 'culled ..to   ��� ihe  ' '"Pioneer Limited" trains of the, -.Mil-  .  w;aukee & St Paul Rail way!" ;'Th�� only  .perfect trains'in the world."  .  . You will find it desirable to ride on  ���'��� those trains when yoing- to any point in  .the Eastern  States . or  Canada.    They  "connect    with     all   ' Transcontinental  Trains   and   all . Ticket.G Ajs*ent.K    soil  tickets.  For further information, pamphlets,  .etc, ask any Ticket 'Atfcnt, or  ���K.:. L.  t-'OIII), MPS.   ROWIP ���"  I'aas.  Ajrent,. .(teuet-iil A"-enl.p  ST'OKANK. I'OMTLANI).  .WAN'J'Kf)-- SKVKI'AI. I'KlvHOXS  of <;)iiLi-n<;l(;i' and ^otttl i-epn.l.at.iriii in  each si alt' (one in this t-.otinly i-cijuired)  to represent and advertise nfil established wealthy business house of solid  financial siiiiidinj.r.j Salary .^"JI.OO  weekly with ex pen lies atlt'lit ional, all'  payable in. cash direct ear-.li Wednesday from head offices. Morse and  carriiifre furnished when (necessary.  References. Unclose . seKVfiddressed  envelope. Colonial Co.. .'i.'i-l Dearborn  St.. Oliiong-o.  j     Barrister W.  R. Ross.   Fernie,  I spent   a   few  days in Steele this  j week on business connected will)  �����   i the. Perry creek mines, in which  he'is interested1.  Froni,private sources, we learn  that G. E. .J-Iendei-spii of 'South'  Dakota, and others .interested in  the. Bull and Elk, river water  power, will return to Steele  about the 2")th inst..' ,  R  mm, -Huicnison  EIW6  Port  Steele  ' ,    *���  Meat Market  H. THIRY, Proprietor.  Fresh and Salt Meats Always On Hand.  STTTTTTTTnnTmmmTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTrTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTnmmT7TTnTTTTTTTTTTT77TTTfTnffTTTTTTfa  I McDERMOTT & BOWNESS '"'    I  I ^ I  i ���     i  E The   Leading Wholesale   Liquor Dealers in the   =  ��   Kootenays.  Heal  Instate   Ai��cn(s  VJ?> Miming Brokers  *������:���  WK. I'AN   KKI.I,   YOl'lt'   I'lJOl'KIM'V    I^Oi;   YOI".  WF.   l!l"Y   OI."   SNhh   MINIM;   STOl.'KS.  II."    YOI"    IVAN'.'   A    I^AI.'M   <>U   ANY   KIND'O,"."   I'l.'Ol'KI'TV  WI-;   CAN   SI'I'l'I.V   YOI'.  GIVE US A TRIAL.  Fort Steele, B.C.  HEAD OFFICT3  Cranbrook, B.C.  Uranclies all over the dir-tricl and correspondonls evervwhero.  t  t  6=  1=  1=  We liandle only tho BUST  lines of Liquor-, and (Jityars.  AYes'ell Schlil,/, Meei'. Kernie  ' iict-r,   I5ass"   Ale   anil    (Juiii-  nebse.-. St on I.  All   Mail   Orders   Promptly   Attended   to  E       AlulJIGRMOTT &  ROWNRSS, Cranbrook,   li. C.        :  LliUUUULillULiUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUul  >*  ���^  John    Slier wood     was    down  I'roin Perry creek Thursday..  T. O. Proctor, general niaii-  a<((>r of tlie Kootenay "Valley  Company, a.ceompa.iiied l>y V.  Hyde linker., ���. returned from  P��i-irriri'i<:,r's-F!:i,f, on Tuesday.  A oonsiderable portion of a.  sidewalk on Iv-ivcrside Avenue  was di'iiiolislied by ;\- runa.wa.y  team Monday. Hon' .Pi'if,rh, the  side-walk builder, " inadi*. tlie  necessary repairs Wednesday.  N. A .Wallinger was up   from  Fisii Lake-Friday. . .������'���'.  Several; passengers went out  on the Windermere stage Friday. '������',;        ���''-..  St. John's ..Church of PEng-lauct.  Spring is here.      Send in your  new      ad verliseiiienf     to     Tup:  PK.OSI'KCTOK..  The Windermere stage arrived  on time Thursda.y. , This is a,  great convenience lo the travelling public.  Hank Filer and Sir Charles  were down from Marysville Friday. IJank says that a report is  current that the Sullivan mine  will lie in operation   next month.  The business of the' .Fort.  Steele I ire. we ry at Fernie is .expanding rapidly. The lirm prac-  lically control the bottled aiid  barrelled beer trade of Southeast  Koolenay.  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  Services will be held in the  Church of St. .John the Divine  every Sunday evening ai,7':i>0 except on/the third Sunday iii each  month when the service will be  held   a,t,   11.   o'clock-   a,.in; ;.  Holy Comiiiunipri will be administered at tlie '.close' of the  service.  Strangers are welcome.  -   rKKSnYTKRIAN   CHURCH.'.  , Divine 'Worship will be held  in the . Presbytoria.n Church  every Sabbath morning'.at II  o'clock!  Sabbath School every Sunday  a.t half past two o'clock'.  .Choir, practice every Thursday evening fit 7;W o'clock.  Pastor:    A. L. Macdougall.  GARLIN  & DURICK  GENERAL   MERCHANTS  i��ort  Steele,  Sole Agents for the.  'canton Steel  East  P   Kootenay. ;:;���  COMPANY  Tins S'i'Kit;tPis;giia,raiiteed to be equal to Jessop's   or- Firths in a,!l  IIakij Rock Woiiiv.  8l,..E-prow's Nest Goal company  -p-- Giant Powder 6'ompanu.  Mining   Supplies a   Specialtpv.  Agents for the   MASSEY    HARRIS    CO.,  Limited.  Farming   Implements,  r n


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