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 1   F. Armstrong  Vol. 9.  PORT STBBPB, Ji  C,  SATURDAY, APRIL  o,  1908.  No T~.  o=?  Jfcf-��-irt6-��-S-��rS-ir��-��-f-=r=rirff-S-&SE  \m~.  MIKES AND MINING.  tii  tii  tii  tii  Mi  tii  iii  tii  tii  I'iulcr    the   Auspices   of    the  #  ti��  \ti  ui  tii  >*< Conducted  ���+  IL Fori Steele Miners' Association.  tii  j��      .l.\s. T.  I.Aim..\w.  rn--.. IJ. \\\ ICoss. Sc(  acres    in    well   known   mining  camps  have  never ' been   pros  Ias. T.  I.Aim.aw. rn--,.  &i m -5 2 -i -9 -2 ���? -3 -5 ���? -5 -i -2 -3 -2 ����� -5 -S i -S -3 -2 S- 6- S- c  Tariff on Lead.  if  e>  Tho Winnipeg-Commercial re-'  - views favorably the efforts of  the Kootenay silver-lead mine  owners fo secure a protective  tariff on lead and points out that  in   this  matter . the   interests of  'i       r  the, Northwest and Manitoba are  ' identical with those, of British  Columbia. _ Willi lhe hetiiMy  -Sninwi^  the Norl Invest and Manitoba the  delegation at Oltawa should be  able' to accomplish their mission  but, if,must bo ltd m it fed that just  at'the time when the 'delegates  most require active support  there appears fo be a strange  apathy locally. . A campaign'of  education should be, in progress  throughout 'the dominion aud the  subject should be kept, prominently before the public through  the press. The men that have  fhe business iu hand doubtless  know what is being done to secure the d'osirod end and% it may  bo that, by keeping quiet more  can be" accomplished than by  everlastingly lianinioriug away  in public, but that i.s noi .the way  battles of this kind are usually  won. A special from Ottawa  this   weelx-   says     that,    several  <> i  members   of   the   cabinet   have  been interviewed which resulted  been  peeled. The first rush to Kootenay was to the rich placers of  Wild Horse creek, which have  been worked with varying success for over forty year.s. Until  1894 no attention was paid to  quartz properties. In early days  previous to the construction of  the Crow's Nest branch railway,  .m i n i ni!'jvas-lia nd if.-i pijed-l">v--=_t.lie.  expense, of getting in machinery,  and today by the still greater  drawback of lack of reduction  works to treat the ores.  mine   would     commence    oper- DREDGER MINING.  aliens    ' Now lie has .raised   his    figure to xlo.    He is also quoied | Placer   Mining   on - Perry   Creek  as saying that the outlook forj     vvill Commence Next Week,  silver  and   lead'is brighter and  more  hopeful   than   il   has been  for a Jong time.  Silver will probably advance  in price to ol c-onis or belter owing to the '.strength given the  Now York market by the purchase of largo quantities by the  U.S.' Governnienl .for coinage  for (lie Philippine Islands.  . ��� ' Resolution Re Lead Duty.  Following is the resolution  sent Mr. Oliver al Ottawa  by the Board of Trade:  '���That Mr. F. Oliver. M.P. for  B. C. Iron Ore Deposits.  ��� The 'report of the provincial*  mineralogist upon the iron ore  deposits on the coast, is an in-  1 cresting production and shows  conclusively that the only reason  why there are not blast furnaces  and iron and steel works in active operation ih this province  lies in the fact that no effort has  been made to establish the  necessary plants. As for the  raw material, different varieties  of iron ores. ,coal< and coke. for  fuel and fluxes, there is an abundance, and that, at some, future  day large ironworks will be in  operation! turning out vast  quantities  of iron  and  steel to  livlli^iiT'Be'TCff iiosf ccP'i cf~ i iso *** hi s*  utmost endeavors'to procure J'or  tho lead mining industry of  Kootenay, , B.��C, such legislation as will relieve the present  stagnation in the said industry.  ������.'Tt is the opinion- cif tho Board  that the .Dominion Government  should take speedy aclion in the  matter."'  CANCELLATION IS RATIFIED.  Albert Banks returned from  Perry creek, Wednesday.., lie  r.'porls that placer mining in  ihaf vicinity will commence next  u ook.  A dredger mining boom has  si ruck- Perry creek, and several  prominent Ste'elo citizens are the  'promoters of the scheme,-and it  seems probable that something  new will develop in placer mining ihis year iu Southeast  Kootenay.  The Kootenay Perry Creek  Mining Company have gained  PjQ^iS��^&lL J^JL^lJ n rg<i--t i:ac.t__olL  salutes from 1he harbor ship-  and land batteries a�� the roval  yacht Victoria and Albert tieared  shore. .The bay presented a  striking spectacle, owing to the  gre.at gaf hcring of'wnr and n.r-r-  chani ship.-., dressed from >siom  to stern in rainbow fashion.  After the exchange of salutes  the royal yacht was boarded by  tin' civil and military dignitaries  of Naples who officially welcomed his Maje.-iy. ' Later in  the day lhe visits were returned  by King Ed wan  ���will remain here  when he will proceed-to Rome  DEATH OP OLIVER MOWATT.  The    King  ttnlil   Monday  East Kootenay'.Stock.  Asked.  Bid.  C: P. R. Loses  Title   to   Reserve  1 ' i r  Land,in Southeast Kootenay.  gold-bearing gravel, on Perry  creek", suitable for dredging purposes.' The ground has been  thoroughly prospected during  the past two years. And next  week the . big dredger.- - which  was installed 'during the past  winter., will be in operation. , A  small working force is already  at Perry creek, and Mr. Banks  left Steele on FY id ay with seven  mon. and it wont be long before  lhe dredge is in operation.  Condition of Stagnation.  in confirming previous reports !suPPbT the western, Oriental,  that no legislation will be intrq"! Antipodean and local ��� markets,  <r/.iced during,!lie present session  to amend the tariff. It has been  definitely decided to take'no step  towards placing an export duty  on silver lead ores, as' the government considers Ihe bounty  offered for refining should meet  the views of i,ho mine, owners.  British Columbia and other  western members have made  strong representations on the  subject, but it is not considered  here of sufficient   importance  warrant special legislalion.  1o  Zinc Ores.  The zinc mines of West ICootenay are proving, quite  satisfactory, and there arc several mines  that, are producing and .shipping-  large   quantities   of   xauc    ore.  This  year, tho   output   will    be  considerably   increased.      There  are mines in Soulheasi- Koofena-y  sufficiently      developed.       that  could in a short lime  be   put   in  condition lo ship r>0 lo   100  tons  daily, and an effort will  be made  this season to  put   a.  number  of  properties on a  shipping  basis,  and the district, a   competitor   in  the zinc market.  A Mineral Exhibit.  Every mining camp in tho  ���Fort Steele district, should begin  making arrangements for a  grand mineral display a: the  World's Fair, at St. Louis. This  will be the greatest of all similar  gatherings and will be visited  by millions of the representative  people of the entire world. A  fine mineral ��� display from this  district will he worth'much to'  the mining industry and will result in attracting a large amount  of capital to Southeast Koofoiiay  is'beyond ail'peradventure. But  the pity is that in the meantime  our ores are being smelted, in another country, and that- we are  obliged to look elsewhere' for  what supplies" wo need of the  manufactured product.  Fully seventy-five per cent of  fhe  iron ore ' used at the Iron-  dale furnaces comes from British  .Columbia:   in other words, what  should be a   provincial   industry1  is   carried   on   in     the    United  Slates.     With till the'' materials  al. our   doors,   better   'material,  loo, than our neighbors can  obtain without coming to us for it,  if soeiiis the height of absurdity  lo  see  the   initiative   taken   in  Washington    when   British    Columbia     should     lead. The  authoritative    information   contained   in  the  report  may-have  tho effect of directing capital  in  ihis direction, but meanwhile  it  would be well for the provincial  mineralogist to do for the  interior  what he   has  done  for   the  coast.    There are extensive iron  deposits in several parts of  the  interior mainland, and the issuance of a report concerning them  would be but an act of  fairness.  All    British' Columbia     is     not  found on the coast line.  The adoption by,, unanimous  vote Monday of the government  bill ratifying the cancellation of  the grant of blocks A7>iY.) and.  ���1591. in lieu of earned,lands for  section 3 of the Columbia and  Western railway, is accepted by  parliamentarians as one of the  most significant pieces of legislation the British Columbia parliament has ever'approved;  It marks the end .of Canadian  Pacific railway* domination o'f  the government of the province.  Albert Lorn Macdougall.  Southeast .Kootenay.  It  less  is a wen  I ban one  known mineral  east   Kooteuav  known..fact that  per cent of the  ground in South-  Mining Notes.  Zinc is demanding more attention iusf now than silver or lead.  The Payne mine is shipping  zinc ore to the Trail smelter.  Tho daily shipments; of coal  and coke from the Fernie mines  are constantly increasing.  It is announced, that the Dominion Government will increase  the bounty on lead ores .  If load remains at present  quotations there seems to be no  doubt that the production thi.s  year in the Kootenays will reach  record-breaking figures.  . James Cronin is not consistent  in   his   remarks   on   silver-lead  Mr.   Albert  Liorn  Macdougall  who had beoirengaged as student  missionary for  the Presbyterian  church   during   the   past   year,  died of consumption al tho early  age of   twenty-five   years   and  seven months, on Saturday April  IS1, ut- the Diamond .lubilee Hospital.     Mr.   Macdougall   was   a  native of St. John, New  Brunswick and came to this town over  a year and  a   half ago for the  benefit   of    his    health        The  funeral services were conducted  from the hospital by Mr. MoCord  who arrived here last week from  Knox College, Toronto,   to succeed Mr. Macdougall.     The pall  bearers were Mr. L W. Patinorc  Mr.  A.   C. Nelson. Mr. Richard  I'Yasor,   Mr.   J.   F.   Smith,   Mr.  Judson Langloy and Mr. Herbert  C1 a rlx-.   Political Pointers. '  R. L. Borden, the conservative  loader, in reply to Fielding's  budget speech, made the following' reference to the lead industry in thi's province, according  to tiie Toronto Mail'and Empire's verbatim, report of his  speech: r, ;'The lead' mines of  British Columbia, crushed ��� by  lhe 'combined effects of an Amor-  ic.L'/7 'prohibitive tariff*, and1 an  non-protecting Canadian tariff,,  were in a condition,of stagnation  ihe best mining region in fhe  world was practically paralyzed  at. , lhe present time for lack'of  proleetion!"  Ready for Soldiers' Show.  T'niwTXi'sf'Ci'mi::"^I'I'l"" "-TifS707)~  North .Slur            1-1 V.',  .Sullivan               It .'It-  Si. Kuii-eue   ...          .            17 ..-l.'i  Silver-lead Quotations.  New York.  April 21:  F>iir Silver           .   :  -jO*  Mexican dollar.- '  ���*!!):)  Lead     ..."       -1.(17:'  C'opp��ei'  I -1.7.x  Spelter    ....                   ->.(ii)  London, April 2-1.-���Silver.  2'f 7-ltJd  Was Buried Wednesday Afternoon  Toronto,-April io.���Sir Oliver  Mowatt parsed peacefully away  at ii--l;i ou Sunday liiorning all  his immediate family being  around his bedside, none of them  having Jeff , the Government  house since Wednesday night.  Arrangement.-, for the state  funeral arc being made by premier litoss today. The body will  lie in slate at ('ovorninent-diouse  from 2 to 7> p.m. Tuesday, and  from Ib-Hf) lo ,1 !���-:���{(i on Wednesday morning,  short funeral  house onr Wednesday afternoon  MJj^oJtelooJc. ^a i i cLj. h e_-111 tex m e n t~  will take place at Mount Pleasant cehieierv.  There will   bo  a  service   at    the  copper  speller  ��02  ��22 \o>  (I:  'ii.  lead.   ��ll' 12*   tid:  Market Conditions.  Lead was steady and unchanged during tlie past week.  Copper declined in London,  the Now York markel remained  dull and nominal' at,unchanged  prices: '  . Spelter, like lead, was unchanged tit. Now York and  abroad. ' ���>  u   ' Local News.  i��  ���   A.}Campbell, 'Kimberley,   was  in town Friday. ' .  has    ever   been   production.     He  first said, that  worked,   and   that   thousands of with lead at XI3 the St.   Eugene than British Columbia.  1 The end of C. P. R. domination  of government has been reached  in this province.  The Provincial Mining Association executive waited upon  the government Wednesday and  presented their memorial urging  certain desired amendments lo  the mining laws of the province.  Sir Wilfrid Laurier has been  slated by eminent political pro-  phots for fhe oilice of Lieutenant,  Governor of Ontario.       ,  An indignation meeting held  at Nelson condemns--the Liberal  government,-   ���'. and' protests  against unjust, treatment..-of. the  silver-load industry.  It is not likely that Joe Martin  will be able to attend any further  sittings of the legislature .this  session, although his condition  is not considered dangerous.  No country in  the   world   pre-,  sen ts a,'  wider   Held   fo r 111 i 11 i n g  Now York.-'April IT..���With  clattering side-arms and fhe  rattle of steel-shod hopf's, the advance guard of the Military  Show foolx possession of Madison Square Garden today, and  with the readiness of tried campaigners, converted lhe Fourth  Avenue and'Twenty-sixth street  corner into a cavalryman's camp,  and1-were in conifortable quarters  in less than half an hour. The  businesslike methods of fhe  soldiers and the ease and celerity  with which they made, themselves at home had a stimulating  effect on ihe0 preparations for  the Military Athletic League's  tournament, which will open in  Madison Square Garden Monday  and continue for ten days.  The participants in the, tournament this year will include  cavalry troops from Fort My or.  artillery from Washington  Barracks and Port Ethan Allen  and several detachments of the  engineers corps. ' Canadian  soldiers will be represented by a  detachment of the Forty-third  regiment (flic Duke of Cornwall's own rilles). who saw service in South Africa, Then  I here will be a company of  i,;adut.s,* from West Point, and  various detachments represent-  ing tiie Marine Corps, the Naval  Battalion and the Signal Corps. ,  Grant,   Boulanger   was   down  from Marysville Sunday last.  Wesl bound*train   Friday   was  live hours late.  Barrister Thompson and Dr.  Harvey. Cranbrook, were in  town Fridav.  Constable, and Mrs. lloskius.  Kimberley. were registered al  the Imperial Friday.  1-1. Haines, Virdeii, Mass., was  visiting at the residence of A. C.  Nelson Mondav.  Mons 1-Janson,   Morrissey,'was  registered  at   tlie   Lmperial.Fri  day. -  J. Niederstadt, S. Hanson and  L. Thompson. Moyie, were  attending court at Steele Fridav-  C. B. Levers, Fernie. was  registered at the Imperial  Friday.  Wm. Haup came down from  the Windermere district Friday.  He will .lake supplies from Fori  Steele and return next week'.  Harry Drew Kimberley, and  John McDonald. Marysville.  were attending court at Steele  Friday.  James Nelson, Frank William.-,  and Fviioch Johnson returned  from the Copper Cliff mine Fridav.  , King Edward at Naples.  Naples, April LT>.���King Edward, wa.s enthusiastically'gi'eet-.  ed upon his arrivalin Naples today, en route lo Borne and Paris  The (own a.nd harbor was astir  early. Immense crowds assembled along tihe, bay 'front, and  ;oundsof cheers mingled with  llie British national an thorn and  A. B. Fenwick wa.s up from  (he ranch Friday. lie reports  that lhe farmers in fhe vicinity  of Bull river are seeding.  ; , In Southeast Kootenay aside  from the big silver-lead mines,  the mineral -wealth of the l.'iocky  and Purcell mountain ranges is  now .'attracting the attention of  mining men.  Hon. Oliver Mowatt, Q.G.,  M.  P.P.. L.L.D.', Premier of Ontario  was born at Kingston, Out., July  22nd,   1*20.      His   father 'cumo  from Cailhcueshirc. Scotland, to,-  Canada  in  .ISHi.1     Mr.    Mowatt  received his education   in   King- ���  ston,   haying  among  his fellow  pupils Sir  John   A.   Macdonald  and the late T-Jon. John Hillyard  Cameron.      He began   law   with  .Mr." John  A.   Macdonald,    then ,  practicing in Kingston?     In the  Rebellion oi'J8J7 young Mowatt  joined the Royalists.   After four  years  ho   removed   to  Toronto,  and completed his studies under  Robert   E. '.Kurns.      Ln    1841 he"  was called to the Bar, and entered partnership with   Mr. Bums, -  and    subsequently    wijJi     Mr.��  Vankongluiet.  He soon acquired  a large practice.    On the  dissolution  of  tho  firm��� of Mowatt &  Vauk'onghuel. he was associated  with tho firm of Mowatt.   Ewarf'  & E-Ielliwell. ,and Mowatt, Roaf&  Davis.      About    fhis   time   Mr.  Mowatt   began   to'  take a lively  interest in politics, ^and entered  lhe    Liberal    ranks    as   it   pro-   '  uouneed  reformer.     In   1S50 he  was crealed Q.C.. aud appointed  to     consolidate     fhe ,  General  Statutes of Canada.   He resigned  this   position   in   IS57,   and  was  elected to the House of Assembly  lor, South Ontario.     In fhe brief  administration  of  1S.")S  he   was  Provincial   Secretary.     Tn IS6L  he was re-elected for South   Ontario.     He held   the  position  of  Postmaster-General   under    the '  Sandficld Macdonald-Dorien and  Tache-Macdonald administration  In 1S04 he was appointed to   the  Bench,    and    for   eight, years  adorned  the  posilion.     In 1S72  he re-entered public life, and became   Premier  of  Ontario,   and  has  represented   North   Oxford  from   that date  to  the present.  He   was one  of   the   fathers  of  confederation, and in his earlier  speeches and  attitude  followed  strictly  the  course  marked out  by ' his   leader.     Hon.     Georrre  Brown.    He enjoyed   the  confidence of Ontario as an able, patriotic  statesman, and despite of  local   Opposition maintained his  large     majority.        The '  many  measures of  legislation   he has  carried   and   his victories before  the Privy Council of England'are  known   to  al).      In   religion   he  was a Presbvterian.  St. Eugene Mountain Mine.  Karl Ncif/.el and O., J. Johnson, of the St. Eugene Mountain  Mines, '.Ltd./; are stripping the  ledge on the Mountain Goat  claim of the'group and they feel  quite jubilant over the result of  their work".  Now Up to'Dunsmuir.  Dispatches 'received from  Cumberland, state, that a strike  has been ordered at the mines  there by the Western Federation  of Miners as a result of the refusal of James Dunsinuir, the  owner, lo recognize the Union.  People well informed as to the  mineral possibilities of Soutii  East Kootenay believe that it is  certain fo become a noted and  active minimr field.  P  ���.  < THE PROSPECTOR   FORT STEELE,  B. C.,°APRIL 25;' 1903-
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PUBLISHER' AND.   (EDITOR.
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■ii('>)-lli,\v'('.st.' i;oi-.iit','t-,r|i.Kisl Pi.'"   i.ii'.iii'iii-l ...I.,.
l'.'lh'<'!:lfJ|.aii)j-|o'v..;.-.1:!HjiiVv.o'.^ t'U<!llc('
south 80 chains, thence west 80 ciiains
tlienee north SO chains, theiiee east St.
chains to the jioint of eoniiiienbement.'
"{xwell,-Locator*'"
—-^7-i^i uiiur
.■'.'P.'     \Ar. J. Lanu-ley,'Agent..
■■' October :,rd,'.1902.1,         ■',"■"'''■■'■
15. ; Commencing at. Maud Langley's
northwest' corner and being; James
Clark's southwest, comer "jiost, ;thoi)ce,
east 80 ehiiins,. thence north SO chains,
theiK-e west Sp chains, thence south."80
clialho to the point of coinuiehcement..'
Jaiiies.Clark, Locator.—
• ■'.:■■ ' > P VV:.]'. Langlev, Agentri ":;
-•  Oi;tobt?|- 3i-d.,lW\ti. '■'■; ',', '•''"."
.;l*l;-P'l.;uu|.i;iieiiciiig;af./^lii;uil J^angley's
i.iorlh\j.;es,t!ciii-jiei- uriil lit-iiig Ai-I.hur W.'
Jllftl'S ;pi(lilt_h.-,llSt,   /(-(li-lii-l-p jlOStr     LlltiMoi;
west so i'i;iin'n.s.'t,!u'-ii(-i-'' ini^iii sOi-iiiiins,,
tlit-lii-e'tfiUt; 80 chains;:tiieiiee  soutii-; M
cliuinslo point of (•oiiiiiieii.ciiineii't; "
.-.;■. vVrl:liiii'W.Pioi'ies-. l.oi-ittoi-/
P,:  ';. y-'■;'■ P\VP:il. .I.;uigley.p\gc-nl..
»"i(.>V't*!!.»)i': Jfi'd, imw. ''■!'•');'■■ 'I'lll-i'''!
who j
at   c'Oiiipa!'U-v- ■'■\Vi'A'j\Pr''-np'^oy.on'ii-iH'\i.i:i.--i.-?';^^^
*e,^hoyookA6vfy
"For. the'.buLldihg"Of.:thd;-NeisotH^.
■;itieiir,ly-'i,i;:!Ui,;.i
u-ienceiiionii-.
p.p^L'einjiei. LPLiufgley.' Loi-aloi-.'.-.
y-ly-y' ..,: ,\V.- .L Lungii'iy^ Ageiil
c:n-fo}ii!:rr^iid'pii)02:'
.,      ; 11- ' ■   NOTICE." ■■-■
.-,- .s;i I'l'ic-.: i-:;- is, 11 k i in iivci i y I-: n ;.'u'ii'.t t ini-iy
ilil.v.s iif l«!i-'iliii,i., tvi'„ I In- 'liiiili-t-.stKiit.il. iiui-iiil ito
        .., Puil»r>- liVllu- A^isiiiiii,T'.iiiinjissUiiier (if  l.iiiiilK-
iililit lii'.iisl ; !'("' Wnt-Us riii-iln- District, ut, lOiis'l, ic'iiiiii.-iniy,
.«ml liu'-' Oliti-f ^f^iiiiiiiissloiif-i'' <>< l.iiiiitsniKl
U'.orlts tii..llK'-'-i'i-oj.-liii'i!, ol' |li-ili>ili (,'olniiil)|ii
lor li.-i-iisiisio; iiiiisinirt. foi' i'uiil iiiidol'i-li-oli-iiin
tiI>V)ii llio lnii.li l-itisiW iliii. l-'tiitlic'iul, KMvt-r iii.
tlii->Soiitli Isiiftli.-i-iiiiiiriiei;.(if Ili-itisliColiiiitlilfi',
<|(;soVIl)(!il its -follows: ' p ','..,: ,.,''||',' ■"■',: ..■'- •■■,'. 'P ■'.',;.
Ip Coiniii.-iiciiiy tit ii liosl -ui-oui:i!roi- ^8 uiiies
iini-tli.uiistOr the 't'owii oiMort-issoy, lieing ilu-
iiiitiiil liosi-of, W-, ;,C. .piiu-.Y'.s :'i-.l:iiiii,-.ilif-n(-e
119-.-t.il 811 i.luiiiifj, IliiMiiiO wo«t.80 leluiins to^tlie
'oiiiii.■>.■liiiii' of.; tin!;1 iiiuikcii-'-iOrbuiV,.-'! Uimico
n3xfensibh,rtffeJC7Pr!R, wai'givefff
a
'P'^riy'
land
','over .tniop-tioutneasr-. iiootenayvp./ .-■.. :,>.■•.:■■ «-.::■,#....-,:,, ,.,..,.-.,;,-,s,
P- '--r,'':-v"/,- ■y'-.:.\;y/ '„'■/--, >'-.'.'-' -: :, V:.::.;.;s-;P: yyl a.ian':6ctu'pus:-t;hat-..there ^s ir-hmif-
-■and-secured, the choicestascricu-i-: -   p   ?..■■:.{,.-,,   ./:,.... ,  tnt;
-:ist comer post of A. E. IJdrnt's' claim, and a.l-
;••!<•• nt to Hie south ea-t corner of S. -HrowiiV
■taiiu. thi-noe souili 80 chains, ttiuiice west .SO
iihains, thence north 80 chains, lhcnc(- cast 811
chains to the place of beginning, uo'ntaiuin-i
110 acres. ■:'
Uatt-d Marcli UStli, ICO.-);,, ..',.,■
'.-    - ,     v; A. K. liarnes,iI.O(-ator
,: • ,'P ''; ' A.'Ijiildliiw,. Affuiit..,
I5','|Comrifiencini?"'fftT"*jost',-'bdnB''tlic south
west corner posl of.A. H. Itailltoir.s clHim. anil
tuijucent to  the soutii enst cornei- post of S.'
Ilrown's clHim, thence 80 ciiains!north, tliuncc.
^0 chains east, theuce 80 chainH sputhi  thence
SOcliains west to tho place of.."bCKlnnini;, con-
tHlniiiK (J-tO acres. .: "*.'i> "•;• ' .-"'--'
;'D>ited Mareii 28th,19b3p   P;    P .:■•''
AMI: Itailltoh.Localor.' -,'-,,'.
■■.',','       ■..,'.■-., ''■'  A. Laidlaw, AKCiit..;
hi   Cotiitiiniieiitj; at ,a post. 'Im-Iiib tho;north
enst,'i-oi-nci-.post. ol',Heiiry:.R,Soi-K-.S:(.-liitrii.;:in;i.l
n..lj:ii-.>ii! io A. 11. f;nillr,6n's soutii ;wi-si (-orht'i-
l.ost.; thciH-e SO cliiiiiis 'soiiiii, "ihciic-iV'80 <-iiniiis
i-asi., Ilience MO chain., iiO|lli.  ilience'80 chains
west to ihe plac/iof ln.-ulnuiiis, coiituiiiing, tun
acres. '     , ''.'' ■''',..       .--■■, -''.       ,,
,Dateil;,Alar(ili:;Sth,;19iW.:   ; . ,   "„.,l'i''l.
,y. ■'.'['.--: ■•''■',;.:   |l,eiii.v I-'. Soi-g. I.iicalot-"",'-,.
y'.i^ ... ■'■■'.':       A   Laldliiw.'Aguiit!  ,
1"   Cqiuinom-iii-,' at a post, beiiig the south
I'asl c-oi-iiei- post of Wiii'."' 1-1(1 ward 'Wing's cliiiin.
about two '.inilessotitli of A. K.   llaniesP nortli
east coiiler post, thence 80 chains norl h. theiiee
80. ehiiins west,- thenco 80 chains •soutii, thence
HUehalns easLio the place' of ,l>esiiiniti<,v con-
liilniiiff ilipuunjs.     '•'■P'--■'• .''■■•'"' '■-""■,':■'■.-.' ,..'.   ■■•• i,
y liiueilMiii-ciissih, i!io:t.. P'-■'..•;';       ; P. ■;>$:
■"yl.y...:,.:: '<;■'.: Wm. ICdtvnrd Wiiij^Loeaior.'  ..,,
'.''■     '": .  „ ., A. i'.nldlitw, AkcuI.
IS' CotiilneiH-iiiK 'tii' a post, .beinj,' the. north
eiist eorner of Ktlntii •■A.-'R Morrisons claim
and ndjpiniiisWin. Edward.WiiiB's souih east
corner post, llieiico south sOchiiiiis, thence west
80 eliains, thenee north 80 elniins. 'theiiee east
8ii elniins to the place of bci,'iiiiiinK, cbiitiiiiiinK
•1-ibiicrcs.':,-•':    , PP.'?',Wp 'iVv;. ■ ''''-l■,;'"'
P0iitedMiii-ch^th,;ii'b3,PcP:;p.   ■:; P:    •■•:--".."'."""
thiuirA^K:=MoiTisonrtI-.ocator;~?=#
■iy.l:;''i y \yy\y .''■' PA: Laidlaw; Auent'"■''.'
ill ';'Coni'riieneih(,--"viii::a post,"being-tlie soiitl'1
•hains. Ihetii-esouili So i-lniiits .lit- in'-,• «;isi W»:
•haiiis to tli" pii.-c-,,f bc-iinii'iiL'. <-.,.nnii • i'--r "1
-u-res. ■■, , , :'•'
Dated March eStli. lU(i:i:  .   P
'■.Christian Aii'lerson. Locator
P p A. Laidlaw, Agent ■
"■li   Coiinnenciiid at a  po:-tt. ■being llio  '.ort.h-
west corner post of Clias^  i\li:Nul.--.s '(•laiin.  ai/'d'
adjat-ent to  the south   west. corner  post'-'if
Chriviian  Andersoii's claim,  tiieiiee; south SO •''"
chains.' tlieii.-eeast.so clmiiis,  ilience '.-iiortli W
ehiiins1; thence wesi .SOyChains'to  the place of■-■
beginning, coiitainiiigil 10acres.       '''.'.:'■■■■■■  /■--.
,Dii't6d March -JSlii, l'.i(i:t.:p '.;  ''    ;:
,■,-' '.■PP    = Chlis. MeNab, Locaior     .p.
ir'      ,.., '.'.p. .A..Liiiilln\v, Agent.    '•.,;
:ihppihe ,/■:' Kooteiuty
I3or:thebuiklitisr bfvthfe-;.
       -    'ppi-
ptura.l'Piahcl
'■yailjay';
■•' Crow's i^^t^braridh- the cornpauyp ;rP
■■.>■;■■,•    y':y    ■■  ii.■■.,■-,■'■ '•■■.-,   :.:.. i.-    .,;.'■.:   ■*...-. yJ ■■'! . c':'
::secured; abputP;25^
/coal plahap'^idf p-oveip;;2;,bO0,O0Q:f:::;
,,acres,of agricultural'.an'dvg-ra-zing.;; ''y.
landsin'Soutiieast'Kobtenay. ^opj "
■■    ,.'>'■'■.  ,-.■,■.■■.,■■■■■-..   ■.■  ■■i,r. . ■;■';   :■:■.-■,-.■■■■   .,; ..y .■.y'r./'-l	
..pP'Not satisfied;,,:wi'th:Phayiho■,,:'S(i-:;
tovtr-ust»;'.pbteui^
Britis]i::Cquunb;i;i.p Z'1>1 'y'lyyili-'-i
* ". :'j*J.'-"S»<!V:''-
p'„p:PNOTICE.''Pp-p.',:';;i'.Vp--:
; T.KXllEKS.Ki.K .XtHBEK: Lt>U-!
pointof pepm
;ce,meiiL:P'.'"i.l''iyil'\ly,; ■ yl.'l' ~'1:1
ll;li; 'il:nucs^\VpAdams';Locator. P;,'--
■; -',-'vl''ly■■'■■'.■'* JVli-.Langley, .A:o;eht. y.
■'•'Ot-tober'Stidiyl'p^tK
•*:y, "t'omiiieticiirs-Pv-atvptlie;.'- north wiist-
PEAi.Eri.T.exnKK^, -jvilttve wcijJve-i bv thfe^P
(!rprh,ei,;.v post; oL-GedrgepJiiddj^tlienoc;
■ eiistpSOpeliains, tliiiiice'soutli.SOVchains,'
(o ndi-theast^cpi-neir; of Aames *\V.Aduiiis
tliefacfeAvest 80 cliainspth e lice, iiOrtli: SO,
chaiiiSito poiiit of cbniiiieiicement"yli'l
Geor^prM.PJuddi;JvOciitotv*p
, cured ,over;3,-100,060; acres in this ! S,. urtdt-rstgutfe: 'up,.to-'ii6o-if ofvweduesdav, ..i.i, '(-writ^P^'vriPioho ';.>'; -p
";,.i ..-■.■.- P.'-    *,,':,■*   ■    P :.■   :p,V-  !';   -,-', - i'i^y iWthof May. from any-person who may de-j \   ^■u}'ll-u^,\i'lv'-yy::l"yAy
. ';.aiStriCt,,v;ana: knowing ;the ..valueM sire-to obtuina.leasePuiHler iiie' 'provisions,'of:'!»P/- !   r-.mWi-.Vnv.v.i'r.n, ■" ":;v :-VWA*'
c-;->- 'f:-.'v:.'-:Pi'..*::'->,: ^   -;' ■■Pil;3.0:.'ipj;:;f: ;-v-::.-'v'f-v;sectlonto.of-the vLsind-Act;^':for theppurguse:i:-;- .'1^ W? V1 enSlnS pilDpUICp   , ..  7_ ,
01 areas,.iu reserve ui,.the,soutn-Pof,cuttingtinibei-rnere
- ,-':■'.,  <■■. * i,-1 ^      /.'.". .... ' -. 1 -       ,1   .-• t f >« r\ ♦ .-A.-I -j^%.   * 1*.-.   «»*.'-s . m   _.: tt...: — j    nil.- ri:..^^,'  ...i.™.       .. u       -.■:..,■ o , -n    ,   , ...       ., .   ,":■ OL-1-.:
tiorthwest
situated 01,1 tli'et'»"est-ii(le;of.'Klk--Hlveri west-.of
eastern  portlOU -. Oi' ;-, the    dlStri Ct; '{.Fernio: also soiuh-west oMhti.motitlvor Miohi-
;' ''■",'"■ :l:'i■■'"■ ''f"Li. y'r '',.'1"'P.ij.".- ■'■' ■■P.ivP ^ Creek';,wesl ^.ElkiKiver,:Kast:KooteiiayiBis
..tlr(!;c<)ij.t ot i-i-tiisiiig,and'1 suvyeyingi: the, limit.-
■Tho'elioi'iu'f'.s will;l.if- •k"t,-'-bricei1!retirir'nc;'di'--'t<i-'-u'ii'--.
successful (-.iiiipetitoisv::: y>y '• ■'■''./■>'! ,",'■'■'■■„(■  :.';::?
,yiy'-hy''yiiy:y.i'yi: ■ .i::'-YPWPSvO'OKK:'.pPPPi::■■"
'IJi:jnt./!(,:Cofni)u?)iiq>^^ I I'w-A'is
.I-jftiiid,<\'ii)i{i'Al'dH^
lyyi'ictim(flBy0;,lytleyi^
Si
■F-. ^NOTICE. v::: ,.'.PJ;.-P
,':■::■  ,.■■;', '   ' ■ i'",'Vr''  ■■'/.■-    i. ■   ■■ ■:,■■■    '-, ■.'
.iTK.v'tii-fris k-oicTimiik'h -Limits.
'.'"'' i^xich" i ii'cbaK'L-'rii |-? ttti tl '"■ f'i iiibfeir';^".' th e'4-'V-.-,!':,iic^vle,^d''"V4"-1'H^'t ''*> H'iliiQmpaiiVeii.'bi^.a'^iljeii^.;
;:.'.::■:..   ,,«  •;     ' :    :... .-  .' "    :i 'j  ..-'.■■,;.'.titied.cni2u.no, made payable 10 the undersigned
A lm6^:>xi\i\nah\6i;]nGbii:y;6l.H
-   r. , "      ' , \r-        ■:■.'•- i, :   ..': v -•■   ' [ (*l.-l!.K1.00) tiniMhe nnioiint ofrtbonu-!, tendered,
;:;.:;;:.-:.vthe;;p,V'oy|i|q'e;-;.fa'sP
)v:P' the' biii]dih<*;of;th0. G6huiibia';and
;p.p.iy\res,tei-np;aii.wity^,P';,'^^
i-p^-;ip[n)^iqwV6f';tlTe:iJ'a^
;:Pp"ea|'tP.Kpbten'ay ,,:liasp7]arge^;i,rtetis;
pppif-iagriculturalifaiid^also^b
','■'-■ •'yeypitnd; icp:p10it;t.ticiilsp inadp by'
';;;,the:. coinpany, -■ali'iio'sl-.-.';-■'.'all ■-■■Hhe
::' ;.";'rti;.fibi(i .rlaiiVcl pin'  iihe ;, dis trict litis:
::.beeii "gathered iii to. tho-iiiaw -of
.this coriuoraiit cbiripiiny:, y-"['y 'y,l
.. v;' .TberCpis-ii.pthing'"iiutlie, ',uiiiaisi
■'■■ oj: 'tlie "Canadiaii .people tliat so
'.'-strongly --stamps the present.
ly go ve nun e 11 Is, bo tli '.do in iu io 11, ;i. t i( 1^
.',' provinciajpf roiiiithe. Atlantic -.to
--,-. tlie PPacilic, ^isp'C.'P.K:; ridderi"';'
either ]ia\^ug: to, obpy,: the  man-
p  dates of theic.o'nipauy; or fevrced
,'to 'retire-and ''.gi,vei,-'pl'iice, toP a
p.  gdvernnietit' that; will;,-accede' to'
■:■ 'the   wishes- of;'   this ..'...Canadian'
P octtipiis.:  in   Avhiehp oiinrossionP
■..    o     '' v     i.i     '' -.,.:-.'.      t.      . '„. -.
 extortion' and monopoiy lias, .too
■/long been allowed tb.ttourishvP ■.':'"
:-;'^The latest attempt/of./the.-C'/P/-
;.,. RI to secure 700,000 acres.under
;■ a "fraudulent' translation  of tiio
Coluinblti    and    /Western/ ' land
■   grant, show that gr.oss deception
. has been, practiced on the pt'oplt
..-of British Coiu.tnbia.
Q KALIOli a'l-:xnEKS,.wilI be received by llie
:>*, MiiKli'i-siguo.t, tip.'ionoon of Wclnei'itav.
i'-^..'- ISlli. iM.iy.l'i-oni'aiiy person, who iiiiu-!desire
1..,obtain a lease tinil.-i.lheprovisioiis bt'sei-lion
-l:i of lhe -'l.anrt Act." foi- the purpose of i-utling
timber lliorot'roin'. of.a tiinbej- limit sit'ualeii oh
l-,iiiiib.,Ci-eel;,,lciiownasvLot, n.-lts-J. Gi-ottp One.
lOasl Kootenay',.District.' containing .'-in the
aggregate 7.010 acres.' ' . p: '-'-p;: ■'..:."".- 'P ■'
i /Tho coinpetitoi- ottferiiig the highestPciish
.bonus will be entitled.to a lease of 'tlic'-' limits
lot-a,.le.i-nl,',of twenty-one yeni-s,.' ,   .
■|-:ii(,-Ii tender musl'.bc accompanied by li-certi/
lied elioiiui-.'m'itde payable to.tl\e undersigned,
to cover tlie amount of tlni . lli-sl".year's 'l-ent.-iI
.(i-l.0«l.'00) '.a ml the amount, of'boiius ' teudercil.
'i'lie ciiini'iies will be avonee^-etuniedto.uiisiic--
eessi'iitcoiiipentors.  .    ' ,. :       '
.'"-'. iu- pp-:' .'.'■- p.av. s.'ao.iosp" . /-.'.
Jhpidij CornlUissioner of 'Lafids'.£& 1 IVi/7,-,s
^'Lih.ij.l.-i tiiii'd. hy>rki,_li)cpar,h'neni, '..'.,'.■. ',;./'.•
'■-'■.■b7c/.i>/-(-(!. ,11: C. '/>//. Itpriiyyiodfl
s^$mm&':* y
:----lvj
NOTICE,
.' Pfe.
Kks!m:.;t.i.s\;'.Tuniriu I.ieiv.veHs.
TO'lHi.',!-:   i> 'hereby  given, .pui'suiint  io  lhe
'    provisii-jn>  of Su'ction :5u 'of the .-•■Land
Ai.-t." that in future no special, licences to
.   ut   innbor on Crown lands will be graiii,..-.] or
, iremiwud until after the applicants h.-ivehad the
,■■ plimit's surveyed.by.-ii-duly iiualilie.l  i'rovini-inl
» T,-,  .,,si,4„,.,. +-, ;. il,;-. ,..,-'.* .-,/,.. :-.,,i'-ii Lai.-I Sui-vcyor lb the satisfaction of tlicLands
,-ln .asking icu/tnio vaatacreagefaiid-works i;i(-p,ii-tnieiit. . »   ■       P:
which'  tliei,presentPgoyern!n(nitjV7,;,v.^v,,„iy,fe^^^^^
was inclined, to grant; in fact "
prepare  crown  grants"• for
■ same,--but being strongly advised !
. not to do this, by inen,,.who tvere.j
fully conver.saiit'with   the  great
wealth of this acreage,-and 'more
';fully recognizing the seriousness
of such, a graut, declined . to turn
over said crown grants, and now
presents to the jirovinchil di'gis-.
lature a bill to. cancel. the   allot
■, ment of lands" in bioc'k.-5-1.59:i and
, 4,5!.)-i whieli was raii'lied on Moiv
.day last by inianimous vote.
The'C.P'. R. vindictive, .selfish,
.with .a, grasjiing , hand extended
to. pulliti as'a.n asset to l.i.i.e company, a l.ract of hind having a.
conceded vaiini.tioit of not. less
'tlin.il &■('•,OOi'i.nno, threatened, to
<lefeat ilu; .govoi;iirii(.:ui. if if. did
not, wil'lnlraW its bill for the ratification.of.the 'cancel ling, order-
ill-council of the iMh of March.
The,, doYidopiiient oi' British
Col 11 inhia. has been entrusted byj
tin; people to the legislative
assembly of the province, and if
t: did j /■■'iidx 11 nilih.'tirks l>t:j>arliti(:fU.<,'/, ' P
'  ,,.   .l.t-i     A''ii;tori..l B.C.. .JUt.li Mo rrli.. lUi/.ii
'he
!ivoi'.theUHtic;eoriiei-//pos3t ';<of '■'' Judson'-BP
L.aiig-ley.; thetiiiesoutii'SOcliaiiis";'tiieiice
.west'SQ chains,: theiiee,/north 80 eliains,;
Jhence Sist:;SQ'.ohains''tq,-'-ppiiii>'j''of,.'cbm'r-'
iiieSn^i'riei'iw^p;p-:';pi.i-;«.pp.//i;/p;/
.'//;;. v^;J.uds'oi'i.:B,:-Liii^
;,:,:::)!; yy. ■/■ ■. y J/!\V"i': Jl/Lan "-1 ey;; Agen tfi-'Si
//. October '2nd,/1902.- iPVPP'/// ^£11?^:$?"
^:7?i;i'..Qomm^
x-oriiei; of, Geor^fi'.piiddP
.sfiiitinyds'tlpCW^iei-^iioBtiO^pW^
Ijan|-ley,';tiiaiici:;/ea3t?80^^
nortli SO cliiiiiis. tiieiiee Avest 80'(eliaiiis,"
o ,-.'... ■'..■■■:    ■   ,,,     ■■  , .x ...    '    . 1
tllghe,e,'soiit'h;:SO;c.h';iitis^^^
irioiiciomciic.,..-''-.'P/.;'-.;,->..',/;:'j.:;.vV
",'.'','■•' / A\rillikin'.J/;Liihy-iey'.,;lJ,oeator.;P
/;i,pctoliei-/2iid3:ifl52pP^
/" S'.i "', t/bmiiieiiciing-i:, at 'j ■ tlic "tibrtliwest'
coi-iier of-Gbprg-e;: .f ndd ' and' "hein»-  tlie
southeast 'corner 'post of .Boliert L.. ;T.
Gnlbi-iiitK/P'thenee  /west </S0P chains,
'thenee north SO chains',.thenee e;istvc80
cliiiins. 'tlienee soutii; 80 ('.liainsptiipoiht,1
'()f';..-()'nimeiK:6ihent.:   'ly. P--; /''.   ''■'"■■,; '-',
!■'..' ./..-,..l'o.li]frt'^X: (''iiliii-iiitli. Lbciitoi-;
/.'.;■./v   \  '«.■■;;':'.P,\V.';J. I.aift>-leyP Ao-ent/p
,,'6ct(ii)(;i-'2nd^i'o62.':" li '1- l.y.l'-' ;1
P4|.P;(.'oniii]cn,ehi>/ 'at; .the- iiortliVe.st
coi-nor jiost ol/Geoi-ge Douylas., .theiicii
eastiSO chains, thence south:80: cliiiiiis,
tii \\rilli;i,hr.i..Lang].e\-l's northeast'/cor^
nei-; ilience'\vest:80chai,]is,. tlieiieq lidt-tli
■SOchaiiis to .|ioi.nt,ol".conin)eneement: ■ p
. '.ll: -l i ,.Geqi-ge;Douo-lrts,'' lajeator..
:'"', .:';'■:;' P '1- Wpi.Tp LaugleyV/Vgeiil:.,;,-
/PDcto'l:ie^2n(l,:'.I!)02P-"!".'.    ./ •'...'.."■' 1  ):   "*"
P 10:;, (.'oiiiiiieiicihg -'iit,ptlie "northwest
eoriiei-: iii' Geoi-j.e:i:Uou»-las.:incl. being-
the iiortli east corner post ol'-'Suriili PL;
Galbi-iiith,,  ihence- .south"pSO/'cliaiits,^
theiiee >ve.stSOchains, tlienee; iiortli.' 80
chains,.theticec,east 80  chains   to  point
of coitinieiiceiiient. -i ,     1'   "/-.','.■ P'1/'
•_■;-.-.  : riiii-ah L. Gidlirait.h.. Locator.•'■''
-:   './ P P:" ,    "AV-. .t./Lano:lcy,"A»-eiit.. -','
X)i-i,ober 2nd. 1(102. : :    .' ',.",   ■-.-:''■
NOTICE.
..-��� X.olie-:- is, hei-eliy o-iyen that sixty
days aftei:'dnti.' I. intend .to apply to.'tho
i-.'iiief ■■'( ''iiinniissionei-/ <!if Lands and
Works; at. y'ictoi-ia j'or ]ierniissio.n 10
purchase lhe' follou-ino- iaiid,s situate j,ij
Si'iuf.h -liust Kiioieriay.        '    ,  ' , '
< .'ouini...-n.-in^ at a post planted...about
'one .niile , noi-th . of l.iarnes llaneh on
I.iik-- ..-reek w.-st. of, llie ,-hill known' as
'■Wild   rTormP l-i'ill:"   tlienee   nortli 80
.•iiiiin.sPl.licnce west.  -10   ciiains,   tiieiice
soutii 80 chains, thence. oa,-il.    10  ehiiins
l.o lii.- pin.-.- of lieuiijnin^-.
'■)'-■- .       JACIv  fiFCfl   "'
l.)ii.teil tin-.; Illl.'h day of Fcli'i-iini-y,  I!l0:j
'■' 1.-1.;,' l.'(,iiniueneiii.i-'paf the iioi-thwest
(-;priiei-,-;,ol' (ieor^e yiibiig-UiH aiid beiiig-.
t.he'sdittli west eoriiei- post of .laiiics D.
t.'in.'doii. fhi.-.uce north,So ciiains, I.hence
.eiist 80 chaiiis, fiioiico south 80, ehains,
thenee'\ye.sl, 80 chains lo, the point/of
eornnicueen'ion't.', ' ■-■'
,.,''• ', Plaines D. C.'oi-tlon, Locator,.
-/ .        \V. .]. Liing-ley./'.Au-ent,.
Octobei- 2ni.l.' 11)02.   ,' -      '"'  ''. .-
'
..',". J. TAENH'AUSER
WA'I'(.:ii.MAKI-:i(  aud   .UiWELF.H
■■liiiHrn villi;
HIV'-l-sKl
I-. Avenue,
l-'ort, Steele,
HAV.  .
READ.
THE PROSPECTOR.
12. ■'.CPiniiipiieiiiij at Uie iioi-thwest
corner of George Dougias and being-
tlie southeast corner post (if Lliigh
Wall,,'' tlienee .west Si). clniinH, thence
noi-tli SOchains. thence east, 80 ciiains,
tlienee .south SOchains to tin- point, of
commencement. ■    ' ,
, ■   '      Hugh Watt, Locator.
W-.-l- r.aiigley. Agent. '
0<:-,l,iiliei-,^!id,  10(11'. ; '.■''.'
.<:. .i'.i. (..'oiiiuieiicing at .Vlniid Lang|ey;.H
lioi-tliwesf corner post. I.lienci- cast K(l
clui ins, tin-nee south 80 Ciiains'-In u
point om- half mile <-asi i.if .lani.-s 11
(.■'onion's northeast corner, thence west
SO cluiius, thence north 'SO i-lni ins to
point of commencement.
Maud Langley,  Lociilor.
W. .1. Lungley, Agent.
October .'!rd. lilii^. .'.''■
1-1. Gonimeiieing at. Maud Langley's
iioi-thwest cornei- and being Arthur \\r.
Vpwell's noi-lheast corner post, thence
tliisbutli .cusi/coi'hor ol,Wv:C:P Drui-y.'s:' claim,
■ thou'ee soutii.SO oliiiiris, tiieiicowest SO. (ihiiii'i's,-'
'LlicLite'nor.th^'^
,toiiie tiiucc of begiiinlh'tr; cpntsiliiiii'; (Hii; ticres.
°/',.U!itu(iMiiiyiii^8iivin(i:i.Pi'PP.p://^?P';fP
,.,;,.:. ■'■'.yi-ii'i- 5.::..'PZPi/,Pp. ~K. b. Talc, hooiiloi-  /
;"'i;l':.-:P.,:/:.,'■/,-.:- Ppy p.; .;'/■..A. 1^111 iil 1 ii>v; A.«oiit"~"~
p:''3?-'C6mriient-iji[^
■west;/cor'nor56r,,;!W./i>.pShow''s;|'ch
jacent to tlie soutii cast ooi-hei- of \y. C. Drury's
ci'ftiin,',tlienee north nil, chains";/tiic-ncc 'Kast;SO
'ehiiins, theiiee soutii 80 phuiiisi'thcncd. wost\"80
chains to tliePplnce of''heslniiingPeoiitniiiiiiff
''(Moycr6s.',',-.;P'p:'Pi..,;p;p/Pp/P/.:ii :p/P'PP/piipp?,
'.:».Duted Miirc)i'28tii/'i()oi/P.P.://Pr/'P/'P///Pp:-:-:
,' WPI>- Snow; Locuioiv/'-:.
/:,:: ii A- ;IiOl(liaiv,-;-Agenl.-.-.9
A y Conimencinff at a post,' bding' tlic 'north
westcorribr of Clms:.H/:F'ishcr;s claim; anil nil/
jacontto tho soutii wost eoruor of \V./p. Snow's
■'ciaiimyahonce'sp^
eliitlns, theiiee north 80 ehains'Pthenee/west/SO
chains to1 tho place of begiiininif, containing
.6Wncvi&yy:iyy:yil,y.iyy:;:yll-y:y:'::i.,yli:.
//.Dated; March '2kd\yym3lliyi .y'lllly.y.
/p-P. i'-p./'v'.p'-^
■'I'-lfy-lyy^
/:,»' ..C'nuimo'iidln'i;.:.'at'.ii; post aboutjtwo iniles'.
castrif.Wi'C. Drury',s''iriitiaipost,;bej:iiff;tliein-'.
tiiiirpost^df J. iftl.:Fitzpuiriek;s:eiaimPiiricl;tlie"
ao'utii;;eH'st^conie^
'tlieu'ce/west 80 ehains, theiit-u'soutli/
tliorit^eeiist !W ehains,. ip the, pliieoiof'/begiiiiiin!;
eont,!tiniiitf,640lacresP/.';:iP/P.;JP.PPP.i'/ii'J:PP^
P/iitttoil. Mui-eliJSthp-iyiia. :-i,i :::-«p: :-;'-p/p.-^
'•.,■■■<■■-/■'.■.'' ';.'-'■•;   :■'■',-''■', -l: W.•'Pitzpiitrick,'ijpeaibr.p,;
ll yy'-yi: 111: ■/.,, P:,.'A,''.rjaiaiaw,:Asent:i
15 .Coihraeneiiiff iitV post, being tlie. nortli
eiist corner post of il'G. Morrison's eiiiim, aria
iKljticoiii io the south east ebi-nerof.-j; M; Pitz-
puti-ie,lc'sciiiiiii,urenCQ;s6uth.'80 chains, thence;
Wes.t 80 elniins, thoiice.n'orth 80.chains, thenee
easi'"80,cliains.t6 tlie',place/ofPbeyinniiij,', con-
tairiirif,' MOiicrcs.':   ,    /     '/■' P-P  PP. P / .= ; '/
//DatedMiii-eliiHtli. l!KB. / P /■'...   ,'.  ../'''   '' :■"'■',
' .,, ,/: ; '■■;;■: - I- (!,. Moi-i-isoii.'l.ocutoi- -. '.;
,.,:, , '';'■.:.;.     P. ,;.-     '■."'; A. Laiilhuy;'. Ageiit P.
;" , Coiiimeneiiijjr.'iit' post; beiuir the soutii
west corner of bhus. Dawson's 'claim, and liii-
j!ie,unt.-t6/;thp soutii eiist coi-uei- of .1. ,M.';:Fitz-
pairieli's elaiiu.' thence uortli SO chains;.thence
east 80 chains.!iheni:e soutii" 80/chaiiis, ihence
wesl SO chnihs;to the place" of. bc-eiuiniitf, i:on-
taiiiLtiK.1140 acres. ', ".'! A -.." f. ...
p Datcil'Miu-cli 28tl),il)0;i.   ,/'   /   P/P-      ,      P
.;; '■•..:/'PP ;\-./.PClms. Dawson. X,ocutoi;.,/:
iPPP: P.P. A, r.n.i(llaw,,Agent'
8 ..'Couuiieiieliiff .al a: posl,,. being the iiortli
west corner of.lt. Mi Skidmoie"s claim '"&nd/;ad-.
jacent,tOilhesoui.li west cornei-' of Chas. ■ Daw-:
son's claini,;tlieiicc smith So ehiiins, thenee east.
SOchains, tlienee iiortli SOchains; tiieiiee west
SO 'cji'ahis to tlie iiliii'e of" he^iiiiiiiig. eoiitaiiiiiiK
(ildaei-es.:':   ,' .■•■■•---■ v■ v- ;v   -.-.-- ■(-.-.: •-, ,
iiDttted Mari'h S8t li, mr.l.y ■'■:■'    '.   /™: ;.p'        '■-■■'
/.,:.   : P ..    it. M. .Skidinoi-e, rjoenl.oi-  <• A'
'.(P','..,'     ■;■■'■'' PA..'LiiiiIlaw,Ageiir
»■■ (Jonniioneing ut a' post, lieiiig. tlie -south
ciisl, qoriioi- of Andrew, LaidliiwPs , i'laiiii aiid
about two miles .south of the nbrtli eiist. coi-iier,
of 111. Ii. Tate's claini, tiieiiee iioitli .80 chains',,
theuce west SO chains', thence soil ih SO chains,
thence east SO chains to the place of tiegilining,
containing Oil) acres..; ''..." ' ' '• P ly'
Dated Marcli :Mth, lilO.'l.
1 ;  Andrew ljiiiillnw, Locator ,
.HI - C.iiiiiiioiieitig ni a posi. lielng. tliehoi-tli
,011st cniiicr/.i'f K. ,1. Kiib'erfs claini,; nnd ud-
jaceiil. io the; south east coi-iier of Andrew I'^tiid-
law's.i'.liiiin. thenee soulli 80 chains, thence
west SO cluiius: theiiee norlh so chains, thence
easl SOi-lin I ns 'to the place of Ijeglnuing, eoii-
uiiniiigiiliiMcriis. ■■    . ■   -,'■■'■
•p.' tint.,-u March r.'Stli, iwis.''
K. ,1. Kobeits, t.oeiitor
''.■■.'- A. Laidlaw,-'Agent
ll eoiiimencing at n post,, being tho.souLli
west coi-iier'of Siiiii Truscott's claim anil :id-
Jaeent 10 the soutii east corner ot Aiidrow
Laidliiw's elaiui, thenee north 80'cli'ulns, thenee
ensi80 cluiius. llionei) south 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains to the place of beglnnliig. con-
tlilrilng WO acres.' .      '' /',.'
■ DnterJ March r.'Stli, IM'.I. ' .
Sum '1'i'use-ill. l.ueiilor   . .
A. I.ikldlnw, Agent
wlist. coi-iieivpost of Frank A:pChase■scliiim
and acijaceiittb the soutii cusiLcoi-ner., post; of
'Win. EdwanLwing's cliiini, thenee 80 chaiiis
noitli, tiieiice Si) chains east,' thence. 80: cliiiiiis
south; thence 80 chains:west to,tlie!]iln'cc;bf iiq-,
ginning, containing010iici-es."■'•', '-' ■'■<,>'"/'":'""."'■''
;.v'IJatcd;Marf-ii 2^0f- l^okfi 1 PP ■/'P:-;'.P,:':-;P
/:/>:, /;:./ ' ;P P ;.;:.'; Prank A. Chase, Lilieator'; :/
P;;iP-;/;p.Pp'pi .'v^..r.;:.     ,P/\AF!Laidlaw,.,Agent-.:/
//SO-'ComjaiciiciiiVavii/'posi,/' being,"tiiu/iiortli"
i'-vest cornei;,'posD of Miiuile S. McDonald's claim-
and adjaceiit.to the,;sduth...H-esti eoriiei- postof.
Prank AP Cliaso's elii im, thence SO chains' soui li,
tlionce 80, ehains eiist, thence' so' chains .north,
tlienee 80 chains west to the piticc/of^^ begiiiuing,
cohtaiiiing010acres,■■■.'•' '-;' ■:' •"'.'.'■' ' ' i;'P,, .:
/"pate.l'Miiroh 28lh.- l'Sml.:lyri:''*'''.;:;.''-''/■'': ";
Pi, v1 -■■■-'•■ ■"' Pi'i 1- Maude: S.Mc lip iial(l,;;L(icator,';;.
ii PPPtppP :'■''"' l,yl-:' P'APLairtlawpAgenrP'
21 'Coiiiiiieneingat a:post, being the south
east corner posl of M.T.: Draper's* (-1111111; about
two miles south of lhe soiith,west'" eoinor post
or Sam Tru'scott's claini/,thence 80 chains north
tlic'nce.SOdhains wost; theiicc 80, chains' soutii;'
thence 80 chains'i'cast to the place of begiiiiiirig,
contain lng:6toiicres.PPPiP//''i.PpPv://'.' '■■■'"■ P/P
,/ Duted'MarcltSSth.^Wlll.PP////vp..pP-'./:/.;;,.:
P P/PPPP'P P/P -PM'.Pr.'Driipei;, Lbeiitbr//
:P/: iii/l'i,./ --'P-/ ://.P//;:/.P::P::i Ai-LaidiaWiAgent' ■
22 'Coniiiienciiig'ata: post,- being, tlio north,
east .corner,.iif ;W.. Mi'Dean's claim aiid adjacent
".■' ./.'.-'",//   NOTICE,   p
NO'l'lC'l-; is liei-cby, giyeii. ill .11 ''wuj it lie ioi.U-i-p
'siBiieil. intend', 1 liiriy dliysVifu-r iii./ ilrst'- puij-,,
licalion of this nufici: to apply u. U»;,Assistant,;
Coiiiiiiissipner (if,, i.iiii.ls   nml . \\ri ii ks fill'' ilii-.'..'
'Dislrict  of   ISiisl.' ICooiunay    iin.l   i.|ii,,  .rii'lei'
Coiiunissioiiei-Of Luiids niid. U'oiUs.lVir li(-c!isi.-s"
lb prosix-ctfoi- cnal ami petrohMiih (.11, tlie. ibl- 0
lowing des-erilied liuid's .-.Itiiiiii; ,1111 ^kiiiiiiin'its..'
Creek in llie Soul.liKiisl,|ioi-t,ion nf Kasi! iCouiy-/;
iiiii/Dist.i-ii-t/iii-iiisliCiItimhi,,. ../..'.-... -'■. ';/'■'•'/■
Pa,  'Coiiiineiiiiiiig al  11 post planted aliihit two
miles .from  the In tenia liomil  uiniiiilii'i-.v/'iii'iil.
four, miles/easterly"- from  iiie/Piiitheiid Kivcr'p
and...-on   or,;contiguous   ur: Kisii-<--iii.-l)-ii.i   or
'Altiimiinas Crer-k- lieing'thc..s<iiilli-e:isl' (-(.iriier,'."
marked   W. ''A'M^viilVn souii'i-eiisl eonii-i-posi, ,/
adjacent 'lo,the -snnth- west  coi-iier ..of .liinies, /
Caiherbu's:-ejaiiii;   ilioni-ii    iiorlli .',SO, elniins, :
theiiee wesl, 80 cliai as. thence soiltlrSO i.-liiiiiis.
theiiee easl 80 (-hiiiiisio ihe • place .orijegliniiiig
and containing (UO acres.    ■..,'-,        : -  P    ,  x
p:D;iled August Till:;l!Hi:.,';:;'':   -p ,', .    ■■I'll ., ['!'■
':/':,,''■/'- P'-P  '■'-/.   l':;\\r.A.;J('ILn"lVL(ica.loi-;''' /.'-
■•■'■ ■-■■■' -'lill y-1 '.   -Ay'lUuiii l-'brt-eijt, AgonlP'/./; ■
p;b::.Comii)eneingtita-i)ost.planted about :iw<>,";'';■
miles 'frciin -IhePlnteriiiitibnaI' Ifbuiiiliii'y /«iiil-■./
four, miles easterly I'l'oiii  llio'' l--'iiitYead .Hivei-,"-/
being   thc'sbiilli-M-ciii; cornei:.; uiiiiii&il /tunics ■
Caineroirssbullijwesl ci.riipi-'iiostfiuijiicbiii^uip/
ilho-sotillrieasi-eoTriTri-bi-hv-™^^^
/ "/ii.
theuce/iiorth 80 idialhs, ilience eiistBticiiiiiiisV
tiieiice South .80 i-lniinsV tiieiice west 80 (-lifiiiisP/
to plticeof begiiiiiingiind containing (Sio iicresP/ "
pDiited August 7ih;;lfioi' //',;/'"■:..■:''-/.;-.;'/':/'' ri'l.,
'-■ [y.:i":r",yyl"' /.rAMKS:CAAIICR6>^Xoeatc.r.:Pi:P
i,c.-:iC/iiiimeilcing.iit lipOstiiliinlbd aljcait,^
liiilesfi'bm/tiie/Iiiteriiaiibiiiii/itbiindaryiiin
fbu 1; iniles eiisierly/f|-i^"ii /tlie/lj'liitlioiid,!: Itiverir., ..
belngPtiie/iiofi 'jV-west ''corifei-Pina rked';; Angus'/'P''
;Cainerou;s iioi-th-westcbi-nei-'postP-ailjiicciiiywy,i[
1;lie:' 1101;!''-«:istv.;coi-ncr of \\Hlliaiii; Pori-esti-sP''^
coat ;uml   petroleitfii/eiiiiiiip/i.lieiii.e 'sqiilli/sopPP
..chains, llience'eiistSO'cliiiihs/i thence  iti.i:tli'"8(i   •;
yi,M'i^-!ll9Kul»'iy<t^li.Sl'aui.s.,tb piiii-c. or begiii-..Pp
niiigiuid con liiiiiing iilO'iiei-es.; •■-'''.'    PPPPPP'  ::.:../
.'■"''D.iitDtd Augttsi riii, ism-i.: ..-•'/■ -. yyiy.l iii} 11
-P"/',:   ■/p.-'/P ' ANUU^/CAMlOllON/M/bciitor,; j:p/
<-.: -■•'■••■.  ': P    ;P/• ;'|i':'.Tliines CJiinieroi 1'.■=A'ircii"i:'•„.' P P„
p d.,:£oiiiiuenoiiig al a .post i)lauie(l/aiioiit:iwbv'/
miles f i-otiiT tlie  In lernti lion tiliflouiida'ry' aiid fpP
four iiiilij.s easterly froni /the" Plallieaii" ltivei-, -  ;;-
being*the;hbt-ili-eiist,cbriiiS-..:iiiar];ed   Williniii/ '
Fprrest'.s/ii!irl h-eiislpcpruei;:: ]'Osi,:,:.afljiicc'tit, to   P
the norili-west cprnei-'of Angit's'c.iiiieroii'.sToiil;;>:;,
and petrpleuin''ci»iii>i;;_.tlioi,i'ec-.-'.soiiili; Wi^'cliriiHs/'-^-"^.-'?'
thenceSvest SO clmins; tlienee/iibrtlr.SO eliiilnji,   P p
theiiee ;east 80 ehaiiiS'ibiiliico-oriiegiiiuirigiiiidPpP:
coiiiaiiiing 010 acrijsy'p' '■■.,.'...;P:'■ ill y..   '." ,PPpP :/'p';.i
. :Dutcd August '7tli,il0t«P;P-v r-i/ '/i,-,-f/'--'''..; ;i '■■;: .■:ly
/:W;v'f.-->'';\viLLl^
yyii
:lii ft
' V'iJ
.p/;;i;//pppNOTlCE.;;
Notice 'is/'liereby/ig''i'eii/that.^
}:?■.llM^SKPsr-rOW^Post^of m. TPvprapert, ;will IK.'-,miidS/to,' iiie Pariiameiii of Canada at'HI
:Pl»;fim;;lKonco.80(!halnswROUth;;,thenee
.westV-thence 80 chHins^ribrth'.'thcncc-80/chain's
east to tli6'piace of beginning; containing': &i0
'acrcs/j//P;pipl';/PS":''':P/-/::-p/P ■,;..;iiPP-:P: yyi: 'yfy^'
P;liate(l-Mftreh-28th-viOO:t:P;P'iPp .;/i':-:pP::'p/:p:iP/
illiliy;! ylliil,:. :•',WPiyt*Deaii/Lociitbi'/::"'
illyl'lyy.:'?':///,-/./;/^/PP^;L^iidJaw,:Ag(;n''t,;.,tl
P\f!»/Coihmeiiciiig ni/ iii pbsti- being^the soiitli
w-est; corner post of C.:;Ober'g'sPclaim, and adjacent to the, south east corner post or M. T.
Driiper's claim,-thenco riorih'80Jehains;theii(:c
east/SO chains,' tiiencd'soucb 80 i chains,; thence
iwest 80 chaiiis to,Uic.'place ,pf-beginning, cbn-
tairiingftIOacres. .:•"..'      '.'■'■,''•-"  :-■."■/
,/Dnted Mareii. 2Stli,;l!)i«.; ;P ,';/ :::P ./;.".;.■'/■
'".-'•••■■■'',■"■■■".   ■',/"   C. Oberg, Locator ■'i'.y
'■'.■''        P./P'P':v',:  '' P.-•'. ..■■' A. Laidlaw, Ageiit
P.S-I   Coiniiienc.iug af a  post, being, the north
west eornor of E. Oberg's claim,iind adjacent to
the'south: west, eorner ot C. Oberg's claim,
thence south '80 eliains, Ilience east 81) chains,
thenee north 80 chains', theiiee west 80 chains
to the place of beginniug,.coniaihiiiff (540 acres.-
:; Dated Mareii 28th, lP0n.;  , - ;■'','     '.;/"     "'■■''   ,/
.... -■/■  P/t- ..'•:.-■      '//'. ■'■■?..'-.. JS.Oberg. LocalorP' ,-
P-.-■"■'•, A. Laidlaw, Agenl    -
25  Commencing at ii  post, being 'the-south
cast eoriierof C.K. Grove's claim, aboutPtwb
miles south of tho north east coiner of: W. M.
Demi's claim, thenco north 80 chains,: tlionce
west 80 ehiiins, tbcncp soiitii 80 chains;-■■-thence
eastSO chains to the place of beginning, con-
talnihgii-10 acres..   .',..'. '    . ■
^-j>ated Mai-cii 2Sth,il»0;i.   ;    v,'.i    .'"-.:;:
'   - <7,     ::   ■     '.'/   *.    ■■..C...K. C! 10/e, Lociitor
PP..:         . .:.' ...A. Laidlaw; Agent
2fi "Comnioucing at a post. • being tlie norlh
eiist corner post of J. \V. Stearn's claim, and
adjacent, to tho south east corner of C:',■ K.
drove's claim, tlionce 80: chains south; Ilic-ncp
80 cluiius west, liionceSO chains north, tliom-o
SO/chains oust to tlio place of beginning, con-
taiiiin'g.lHO acres. . p    P.!     ...'-.' - '      ,
Dated March iStli. l'.ioij.  . .:■ /•■'■.'
.v   ....        '-..       -Pi. W. Stoiuns, Locator
". A. Laidlaw, Agent,,
•J7 CbnimoHcing at iiposl, being the' soutii
west corner of H. J. U'olty's.claim, and adjoining ilia soutii east corner of O.K. Grove's claim
thence 80 chains north, theuce 80 ehiiins bast,
thence SO chains soutii, tbence 80 chains west
,10 llid'plaee of beginning, containing t'.-IO acres.
.Dated March 28th, 1WW. '
11. ,1. Welty, Locator
, A. Laidlaw, Agent
way/ Co in pany/ for./ itn^i-t ibiAiiiendjtsiAct of "Pi.P:
Incorporalioii being I'l-liiwardiyn^^iiap. Ttby/P; ''
?!?t',?^f?s^ll^ii'H'J :A?} '::f.!1P;C0in'iiipnc'emeiit?bf'iP
c^iisu-uctip'n and/tlipeoinpieiion oi/saici'Raii-.;/
Vvaypasilimited;i)y'Scelion. 12 bfisai(i;Aet?of in--Sp
.eorpbrtition..^/..-/^ 1 ,y:y^:^:i..ytjX:i.y y,yiiiyy.y*:,:.,i:
./Dated'Jiiriiiary 20lli.U0(WPP" PP P P^P/J/P/-'/;'/1
1 '■:' 1". \>- '■■'■' HAKVKY& 'i\reCARTEK,P,v'":/:,':;':P
.■/,:,//  '!:,/'-,.'•' P'Solicitors forApplibants.'-;/
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PNQT1CE.
-,- ';1;-.-■' /'  - Timber PLicence.' : ' 1;"''
P Xoticeis hereby givea lhiit,l.liiriy days' iitiei-
this lirst ptiblieiilioiil intend: to apply to, tii 0 '-
Chief Commissiohor of Lands and  Works, 'for
permission te eut-andein-ry.iiwiiy timberfrtmi,,1
the following (.jc-serll.icil'iitnd's:; ComiiioneingMit .
a-post /planted;, about J2o' eliains '■w,bst,.l"o'f.'"t;iieP'
north east corner '(if IIP 1{. Hopkins'/ timber  '
limit situan;d,ih the dislrict. of,.KastKooteiuiy
and west of the'niontli of tliprKlk Riyer/lOO '
chains.nbrtli. -10 eliains west, '100..'ciiains' soutii.,,..■
and 40, ehains oust lopin'nt of eomiiienceineii!,^-
(■omainingOlO acres niore,or less.       .     "  / , '■'■•
Dated tliisiith day;'.pf March,jlio;t / ■/..
P'. ■///./      it. M, PULLI-Mri'diV. ;     ; '  P' .',,
, aS'''."'  ■ ''.   '.'..-' "���■ By D. nayes.'Ageui;    - '
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-mi
.       //,,'.' ...■■■      ./. NOTICE. /. P,P:V'-iiPiippPP /
NpTioK. is hereby given tliat application wil 1
bo iniide ib the Legislative 'Assembly of tlio;5
Proylneeor Uriiisli Columbia at,, its ;next se.s-
sip». by/l-lie ICootenay Central Hailwiiy Cont-
pauy. foi-.a 11 Aet to Aiuen'ii i Is'. Act of Incorporation,.being I"Kdwanl 'V1K .Cliiip.ril. I,y d'elin-
iiigmore particularly llie lime- Tor'deposit of.'
security aiid by extendiiigllie t;iino/for Uui ox-
pendllui'e of .Ten Tlioiisuud llollnrs iii surveys
or construction as' i-ei|iiired by Section I.Vpl'.
said Act of liibpi-poralioii.     ... .,'..'■.■   /
.',....   ,. HAIIVIOV  & McCAKTKIf.      •
PP: Solicit.!.rs,'I'oi-.'Applicani.s..
Dated ihe sotli day'(if'.liiuiia.i-y lOo::.'- .'
lii
\.,',ji
ps,;
TIMIIKK NOTICii.
12 Coiniiienciiig at, a jiost. being ilu-iiorlli
westerner Of Kobuil Mlller'.s iilniiii, and uil-
Jaceiu 1.0 the south wesl comer of Sam Tins-
(•(ilfs claim, theuce soutii 80 chains, tiieiice
oust SO eliains, tlienee iiortli SO chain's. Uicnoe
wcst.SDcliaiiiri -lothil plui.-).-, or laid I lining, eon-
milling (HO acres. ,   , : • ...•:.-.-.-.
Mulct iMiui.-li ristli, lliti;i.
llobi-i-l Mllli-r, Li.cnloi-
A. I.iilillaw, Agent.
' . j)
,i:l .(.'iiiiim«iii-iiiK:ii.ii. plwi, 'being the'south
cuNl, corner or-S.-Mrnwii'.s .'Iniiii, ubout two
nillcs Ndiilli «..| tli'c noilli ciisl ijbi-iu-r of L. (j.
Mo.i-i-isnii's .-laiin. llionce .north .so clnilns,
ilieiu-i- west su i-linins. ilieiit-i- soulli SO chains,'
lb.-lice east SO chains 1.0 the plnci; of beginning]
containing OKI acres,
Duted March 2Stli.' 1110:1.
S. lli-oivu, fjocator-
, A. Laldbiw. Agent
it   (•i.iiiiiii.-iii-lngni 11'-post,- being  llie  north
2S Commeiietng at a post, being the nortli
west corner of (ted. It. linkers claim, aiid adjacent to the south west corner of H.J. Welty's
claim, tboneo 80 chains south, thence 80 chains
east, tlienee SO chains north, thenee SO chains
west 10 the place of beginning, containing two
acres, '■.,.■
.   Dated March 28th, lBOH. . ■':
•   Geo. II. Uaker, Locator
.■■,-'' A. Laidlaw, Agent
29 t'ommeiicing at a post, being the soutii
east corner of Jesse.K. Markwell's claim, anil
about two iniles east of lhe nortli east corner
of J. W.Stenni's claim, ihenee north 80 chains,
t.lieiii.-.u wesl, Hi)chains, iheueoNoutli su ehiiins,
ilience easl SO eliains lo tin: place of beginning
eiviiiiiiulng IHO nei-e.s. !■
Hilled .March 2Sl.li, I'.IIW.   '   ■
Jesse I-!. Marliwell, Lociitdi- .
:  . A. Laidlaw, Agent.
:i(l (Joiinrieiieini,- at a,post, being the nortli
eiist. ouini-i- posl of 1'hillip 11. (iulllliiin's claim,
unit ailjneeiil, to the south east corner of Jesse
M. Markweli's claim,  tliunciPso chains south,
llu-i SU elniins wesl. tlienee 80 clnilns iKirth,
tlienee SO ciiains earn to tin- plm-u of begtiiiilng,
containing O-lil ner-.-s.
Duted Marcli 28th, I'.illll.   ,
Phillip 11. Qiiilliiun. Locator
A. l.aiilliiw. Agenl.
ai Coinnieiiciiig nt n posl. being the soutii
west corner of Christian ldei-son's claim and
adjacent lo Jesse P.. M|irl;well's soulli enst eornor post, ihence nortli SO chains. 1 hence cast 80
1 hereby give iioliee Unit I will nppl.' in tho
Chief Ci.imini.s.sibtier of Lands .'*. \\rorks for a
speeial timber lieeiu-e 'oyer tlie following lands
situate in die Southern Division i>f the District:
of Easl Kooleiiii.v:-Coiiimeii(-liig ni the Nortli
East corner of 'Prank Leclercs pre-eniption
near Six-mile or Uooth Creek: thence north 110
chains more in- less 10 llie, St. Mary's .River,
ihence following tlie soiith 'bank 01 said river
to a point 80 chains wesl, Ihenee south to llie
north wesl eorner of tlie said Pre-emption,
tlionce east 80 eliaiiis 1.0 thepoliil of coiiunenee-
oient, containing son acres niore or less.
PPA.VIv Ll-XJLliKC.
, Cranbrook, 20ili,M,-i,rcili,i!lo:i. :,,;
,       '    , NOTICE.
NOTI'UK is hereby given libit un apjiiieation
will  be made  to the Piirliainentof Canada at
the next Session  thereof1'.''for iiii Act to incorporate 11 company to be Known ns '"Pile Southern Central Pacific Knlliviiy Company-.-. 10 con-
siruct and operate a lino of rnllway from   V'iin-
couver in Uriiisli Columbia noit.herly nnd e.-isl-
erly   by   way   of  lhe  K'ooieniiy   I'ass  In .sumo'
point on tlie Old Mini   Kivcr hi the   Dislrict, of
Alberta:     tlienee     noilli    easterly .' through
Saskatchewan (o some point on   the Churchill
Kivcr:   with  power'to'(-oiist.nii-t and opei-niu
telegraph und telephone lines for  the, purpose
of its 'business anil foi the public: mid  10 own,
use-  nnd  o'.oniie   wiiiur  powers  convenient, lu
the ton.i for railway ami  othei'  purposes:1  mid
t<i own ,1111.1   operate  slenin-slii'ps.   I'ei-iies,   mid
shipping.  Mini   build  mid   cii-el  the  nei-e'ssmv ;
whiirves'iin.I elevators:   mid   willi. sited   oilier
puwei'siinil'pi-ivili-gi-siisiiri-   ii.>iimIIj-  given   to
railway conip.iiiies.
JOHNSTON *  PALCONHKll.M.;!,:.
Solicitors I'm lhe Apjilinims.
.   Uateil at Toronto t bis 2iu h dav ..f   Deeeiub'-r
11)02. ' .,   '  ' THE PROSPECTOR,  FOllT STEELE, B. C,  APRIL  Ul'o.  ffDfte $$x0&peci0x  SATURDAY. Al'ltfL 2o., IDO.'l  .Coining Out of the Woods.  '-}  i.1  'li  Cinnabar,  MoiU ,   April  23.���  According to   program tne President Roosevelt and his  companions will emerge from   tlie  solitudes  of   Yellowstone   Park  tomorrow,     lii'joininy i.li(j remainder ul" l hf |i:irly Ik-p1 iIk* I riji   to  Si.    I .oni.��   will   lie    ('(iiiiin<-'iici-il.  After  passing   llironuli.  Livingston and Killings, lhe party will  arrive, al    Alliance.    Neb..    Isito  Saturday,  artcrnoon.      Al'ter   a  shorL lime I here the journey will  be   resumed   lo   Grand ' Island,  Neh.. whore the party will spend  Sunday.      During   Monday   tlie  President will visit iullie  order  named Uastiug*,', Lincoln,   Fremont, nnd Omaha,   lie will spend  the  night  in   Omaha  and reach  Shunatuloag.-Iowa, eai'ly  in   tiie  morning   of  Tuesday.     During  that   day  he   will   make  a brief  stop    at    Clarinda,    Van    Wert,  Osceola, Des,Moines.   Oskal'oosa  li?Mi~~01ivtifvva. ~"=P~c7sswg^A.iTe  night on the train, the President  will  arrive  at   Keokuk  on   the  morning of the :iJth, and on that  day will visit Quiiicy.   HI..   llmi-  'nibal, Louisiana and Clarksville,  Mo., arriving iir St.   Louis   late  in t-lie afternoon.  Building a New Campanile.  Venice, April'L':}.���Great cere"  moiiy marked 'today   the  laying  of -the corner stone   of Ihe new  campanile  which   is- to replace  the historic edi lice that collapsed  something more than a year ago.  The ceremonies were held in the  courtyard of the, Doges palace'  and  included   addresses by representatives '       of        historical  societies,   art  leagues"and other  organizations throughout  Italy.  The new tower will   cost in, the  neighborhood1 of  a   hall" million  dollars.        ���   ���   Pay Homage to Shakespeare.  Stratford-on-Avon, April 2H.���  This quaint, quiet- town was the  scene today of '.ho customary  ceremonies in observance of the  anniversary of tho birth of  Shakespeare. An impressive  ceremony 'was held in Holy  Trinity Church this afternoon,  when fhe mayor, the trustees of  Shakespeare's birthplace,^ members of lhe Shakespeare club  and various deputations from  schools came to lav   their   lloral  immense  opportunitu  For Getting a' Beautiful Watch  and Chain Free.���No Money  Required.���Every Man, Woman, Boy or Girl has the  same Opportunity under our  System     ���  lu ordi-i- in have Dr. A rn old's English  Toxin Pills plneed in the hands of all  per-ioris MiU'erinc;- from bad health we  make the following most liberal oll'er:-  II' you will send u-. your luiineand ad-  dri-.-. and a��ri'0 to sell lor us twelve  box.--, of I"))-. Arnold's Enjrlinh Toxin  I'M-, at lioe. per box. we will ��ive you  auroi-uthm* frisk a iusAiJTiJ",ur.  WATCH .-\.vn CflAlK, ill oil her .Ladies  or Cents si/.e. or your ehoice of twenty  Other premiums sueh as, line sots of  Jewelry. I linns. Violin.-.. Mandolins,  Ten Sets. Sateen Skirl*. ( 'ainer.'in. etc.  Jtenioii'ibor we DON'T want axv  .MONnv utiiil after you Mill the Pilln  and you don't have to sell any more  than 12 boxe.-. to ��i't the premiums.  This i.-, it bona tide oll'er from a reliable  eoiiceni thin, ha* yivon thousands of  dollars worth of premiums to agents all  over lhe eounlry. Keniciiilier also that  Dr. Arnold's l-'n<>-lisli Toxin Tills are a  well known remedy for all disease.- ol  lhe kidney and' bladder, Uri^ht's  disease, diabetes. rliemiK.t,i.iin, ni'i'i'iiui- ] ���  J'ry^di'li^iid-Ji'Jii.'iJ^j'om^  are for'i-idcljy jil]"/ir>t elass Tiru^jjist--  and (Icalet-s in medicines in all purls ol  the world. Von have only to show them  to bell them. You are not oll'crin^'  soniethin>;- that the people don't know.  Our watches are the regular standard  si/.e' for Ladies and (tent]emeu' in  Nickel or Gun Metal Cases with-handsome, illuminated dials and reliable  time-keepers, watches such as no lady  or -rent Ionian need be ashamed to carry  'and they will be -tint absolutely Fvuu  to all who sell only twelve boxes of  those wonderful Toxin l'illj.. Write at,  onee'and be the'iirst in'your locality to  gut one of tho-so beautiful watches and  chain. As soon as we receive your  letter or post card we will send you  post paid twelve boxes, together with  our Illustrated Catalogue and beautifully colored card with your name and  addi-ess on as .our authorized .a^ent.  Hear in'mhid that you-will not be asked to -ell any more than 12  boxes, and  we   DON'T    WANT "ANY    JIONKY    until  alter you have sold them. We hear all  the expenso'arid-are bnly making;', tliis  liberal offer as a method of^advertisiii"-  Dr. Arnold's''ifinjjlish Toxin Pills.  Don't delay, write at onfte and earn a  beautiful--present, .for yonrs.cU for  Christmas,   i. -       ' ��� ''  Address   ARNOLD   MEDICINE   CO., Dept.  132  50-Adolaide St. lflast, Toronto. Ont.  J.' HIGHWARDEN.  PIONEER  BARBERSHOP  Everything Strictly First Class.  Next door to, the Prospectcn\  &  ���  Headanarters   for   Mining   and   Oommercial  lYCen  The  All    moaern     conveniences  FORT    STEELE,  '13.   C.  Large   Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.  && y  *  The Mining Center of South East Kootenay  Reduced Rates from the East  lho   grave.  This  tributes on.  evening tlio play "A Winter's  Tale*' wtis present oil by Mr. Bon-  sou's com puny.  Dinner for0 Chinese Minister.  New York. April 2.'3.��� Tlie  new Chinese Minister, Sir Chen  Tung Liang,' K.C., M. G., is  paying liis first visit lo New-  York since his recent, arrivnl in  this country. Ho is not, however, a stranger lo llio city as  ho visited here many times clur-.  ing his collegiate (lays at An-  dover. Tonight ho will be the  guest ol' honor at, a dinner io bo  given at Dolnionico's by lhe  American Asiatic liociely.  ,   Why you should liny  FAIR     PLAY  CHEWING  TOBACCO  Because.'"'is lilic l-'osl' qtiaiity.  Because ''' is (-11o most, lasting <:ho\y.  Because  itif ^hclai^jst hi^-hy-i-ado.  P       , f   10 or 2'ic. plu��'.  Because *''lc, tit"!' iU;u valuable  for  . jiru'ii'iiuiiis until January  1st,   1905.  ���' Because. w��- xAw���}}l!���u\yryviu<i,  and  Because your cl<;al<;i-   is   authorized  to refund votir money if you  Commencing February loth and oon-  I inning until .April .'!0th there will be  low rates in ell'ect from the East via the  Illinois Central fl.IX. to sill'"Washington. Oregon ami Idaho points. If any  of your friends or relativos in tho East  are i-oinins;- Wo��t.' while thesi- rates arc  in ellecl. ��ivo n-. i heir name and ad-  dreob. and we will inake.it our l)usinu.--s  to sei- that they are given the bestpos-  .-.ible M.'rvieo. , We- operate through  personally oondnoted exoursion curs,  and in fact, give you the benefit, of the  latest convenience known to modern  railroading-. , We have 13 different  routes between the Kast and the West,  and arc in position to jfivc* you the  benefit of tlic best combinations.  Write us and we will #ivo you full,particulars.' lV.-H.-THTTMiiur.!,. 1-12 Third  Si,., 1'orlland, Oregon.  The Largest  i j  Mineral Areas,  and tlie Most  Extensive   ,   :  Goal Fields on the  American Continent  are Situated in  South East Kootenay  Agriculture  G-raxing and the  Lumber Industry  are Prominent  Features of the  District.  The proposed Qrtfw's Nest and Golden Railway will pass  through Fort Steele and Tap the Greatest Mineral Belt of the  District.  ANDREW   NEIDIG  GONTRftGTOR     anu    BUILDER  HOUKK ASH SKIN I'AIN'IMNO  "*CA'l/jlMfNI\TG and PAPKR UANtllNd  FORT STEELE, B. C.  HtSf"   All   work promptly done.  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  I are not satisfied.  Tills E.Mi'iKi"; ToiiACcq CO., Ltd.    I    A. J. GKKZ  ASSAYING  C. F. NICHOLSON',  lJKTRRH01{OTTf:lf,   U. t'.  (Ijii'Onspil liy I'l-ovlnciitl Covenimi-iil,.)  Gold and .silver,. $i.()0  Silver and lead  2.00  Gold, .silver arid Ccippei\ '.. :..-. .'1.00V  Gold, silver, lead and copper.. -1.00  Samples   left  with   Carlin Vt l)ui-i<;k  will'i-eoeive prompt attention.  Shaving:&l Hair Dressing Parlor  N'cxt toOrltiiitnl Hotel  FORT    STEELE,    B.   C.  All  Kinds  of Hair Work  a,  Specialty  -     PltOl'KIETOU.  Apply to  R. L. T. Galbraith,    Townsite Office.  Port    Steele  r&witt  I     The Steele House  '/���* i  Fort Steele, B. O.  ! j;      Oli'i.'i's ;i ploasiml subsutmc for honu.- to Lliosc wlio Ira vol.     \  '5  'FORT STEELE, B,  C.  MANUFACTUUEKS.    and     Blil2W.KJ.tS    OF    RXTRA j^lNE  SOLD "BY   THE ' 'BARREL, . :KEG ' OR ,. ' BOTTLED  Bottled beer for family use a specialty/;-  OUTSIDE ORDEliS GIVJSN,"STRICT # FROiVIPT ATTISNT.IOW.  SATISFACTION'GUARANTEED tb,.e;-���0o'^o8.'?  Mutz & Scott, Prop's.  i*  i*  *  ��i  *  i8f  The lie-,1 and t-hi-api-.-.| nn-aln in I lie comil ry,  are lo ho found in I he dining i-ooni. XoChinu-  inen allou-i-d in tin- Uiic-licn Tin- Iioiim- i?.' ,-nn  upon Cosmopolitan pi-im-ipli-s and tin- pro-jicetoi-  with his paek is jnsl as -.veli-ome .-is ilu- mill'ioii-  ���    ���,aireGwitli hisroll. P- ' '  Fvo.ry ��-uosL rucoivos tlie bii.sl.- care, and proleclJoii.  ;Tlui [jiqiiors aro ilu.' lx.'.sl in lown.      '   .,   ' f  D.'McItfeisIi"'"  MANAGER.  '%k ' I--'"' ' .        ^  Monte Garlcr Restaurant.   ^  THE MOST  UP-TO-DATE '       -  PLACE IN FORT STEELE.  Even-thing Cooked  ''AS  -VOU   I.IKE   IT."  WM. ROBINSON,   Proprietor THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. C,  APRIL 25, 1908  I . o  North Star lodge  NO. 30.  A. F. AND A. M.       G.  R. B. C.  l-'OKT STKI3LK. It. C.  Regular   nieotinps���1st   Tuesday   in   eaci  month at eight o'clock.     Visiting Brctbern ur<  coraiallr mvlti-d.  i-aic Rii-t-r I.otitic.  Fernie.  rc-frul.ir mectiuss  held tii-.! Friday ot c.icli month.  Cranbrook LodKt*, Crnnbruok. reirular meet-  lnjis held on Lilt third Thursday of each month.  J. Hl-l.op  St-i-n-tar\  Rocky Mountain Chapter  SO.  125. R. A. M.  FORT  STEELE. B. C.  Regular meetings���2nd Tuesday in  euck month at eight o'clock.  ���    Sojourning Companion-- are cordially  nvited.  Ti. L.'T. Galhk vi'i'ii Si-i-iU- 10.  Professional.  ��he $?x0>8p��ci0X.  SATURDAY. APRIL 25.  I!'0:i.  ���nnmrTTTf TrnnnnTTnTTnn fTrnmnrnm*  I  LOCAL NEWS. 1  +UUUA1UU1LUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU-:-  W. P. Weirs.   Kimberley,   w. *  in town Friday attending court  G. A.   Turner, Winnipeg, wit.-,  in town Mondav.  p/yisynsyj^nivyrini^^  The   County   Court    was    inji  session Fridav. j]  Imperial Bank of Canada  CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   $4,000,000   '  CAPITAL (paid up) -    -   $2,923,866  REST ACCOUNT      -   -   $2,485,288  Head    OFFice���Toronto.  'J'. ,:. MI.KI'lTr, President    f). IX. \\ 1LKIP, Yk-u-IYu.-.. and Gen. Man.  AC.'KNTS    IN    OR10AT    BRITAIN���Lloyds   Bank.   72   Lombard   St.,  London. '   '   '  A Ooiicral Banking Bumiu-s-; Transuded.  Savings Bank Department.���Interest allowed on deposits.  Cranbrook Branch.  J. G.   Wilson.    Winnipeg,   was  ;tl the I'ntperiitl Tuesday. u  <f  F. II. MARSH,--Manager.  3L,  The  Canadian Bank of commerce  d"UTJTro{KrCi^i!n]ln>��iCrCn^  HEAD OFFICE--TOHONTO.  Paid up Capital $8,000,000; Kesorvc Fund *2,.r)00,CK)0: -     ,  Aggregate Resources Over $75,000,000. ' '  London Office; OO Lombard Street, E. C.-i  New York Office; 10 Kxcliiingc l>lacc. "  And 80 brunches in Canada, the United States nnd Ijritish Columbia.  Cranbrook Branch,  . F. C. MALPAS. Manager.  *  ��  *##*#*##***#��#***)fc��*��#lK####&��#��^&^^  Geo  S. Mt-C'uiler  .1   A. >lum.-\  Southeast Koolenay  exports a  iiooin this yi'iir.  Harry Kurr caniii   down   Ironi  Tracv cre'fk Mondav,  HARVEY & MoCARTER  liui'rioter*,   Solicitum,  A'l'tnriiS   Pit hiu;  Court i/ani-fi-'--,/)-.  FOltT  STICK LP,  B.  li.  HKVRLSTOKK PT.VITON'.mil OOMU'X  Dr.   Sawyer,   ('raubnmk,   ��:i-  nl Steele Saturduv on business  Tlio  talk  oi'  the   lown   I-- liu.-  t'lirly i-oiis^riit'tion ot   ilu   Koote  'iiiiv (Auiirai rail wav.  Tho Queen   Victoria   birthdiiv  COLLECTIONS       PHOMfTLY      MADE.    }10ljc'uv     wilt     lu-     celebr.l led    on  ;        ; Monday, Mav lW  TV. R. ROSS :���  y.      :    Al Doyle was at the St. Mary's  Barrister       -      -   u    Solicitor, v\\uv Jogging cam])  during   the  ' notary  public ��� ! early paVt of this wook.  CONVEYANCER.    .   .  Fort   Steele.   H.   0  K. L. T. Ualbniitli   is   in West i  Kootenay   this   wtvk   on  otticia! ���,��   business. v  Fort S'I'keue Uevklopment SY.M>to.vrt: Ltd '        _' i \ l  J. D. Graham.  Fernie.  wa-  ai  ,    IS8 Lcudcuhull Street  London. England        ��� Steele QQ blus5ness Tuesday.      Ho j  left  on  the  afternoon si a at? for j  Morrissey Mines, B.C.  1 o ' ' ( if  I '    O r l  ,      r ' ' ' i ' ' ' ,   '  Tlie  Property of the  Crow's Nest Pass  Coal Co.  Situated  at the Morrissey Collieries.  TS ll IE FiHT  H. A, WALLINGER, FORT STEELE.  POST OFFICE UOX S.      ^ ]  ''   ' i  ��� .  |  THOMAS    McVlTTIE  Fort Steele B.C.  .Wardner.  The terms of Sale will be one third Cash at time of purchase, one third in six months,  JohuH. Fink. San Francisco. ancj the balance in one vear from date of sale.  was shaking- hands with   friends  at Steele Tuesday.  J. G. CUMMINGS  i i ,  .CIVIL   ENGINEER  Provincial   Land   Surveyor  '���     FORT STEELE," IB. C.  GRASSICK   &   DEMPSEY.  CONTRACTORS  AND  BUILDBRS.  i  "   '       -l^oi-l,   Sloolo    B.C    ,.      ,  GEARY   &  DOYLE.  '', Chas" Armstrong. " Cranbrook,  vr&s registered at ��� the Imperial  Tuesday. >  Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Cooke  came up from Lost creek Monday.  Remember the date Friday, May 1st, 1903.  Mrs. A. B. Fenwick was visiting friends at- Fort Sleele, Saturday last.  Llveru, Feed 6c Sale Stable.  Fort SU'iilo H.U  Regular   Daily   Sla<4o   iiii'iMm  all  traini ul, Fori, Sici-lc, .Junctiini.  SAUmJ'' .V,  I'AUIC   HOKSKi?  'I ICAMINCl III"   VI.I. KINKS A Sl'liOI.W.TY  DR. SAWYER, V. S.  Office and Stable  Corner of  GalbraiUi and Ha/ol Strtiet-,  Fort Steele, 15. G.  OFFICE DAVS:      .Monilfo.    Tlmi-.-  dav and Suturdav at Sio-'-lo.  SHORT LINE  BETWEEN  5TPAUIKWCAG0  0MAHA'<HICA60  Han5a5City��CHICAG0.  Colonel   aiid   Mrs.  Hendorson  .were  uji  from  the ranch Saturday, last. '       .    -         ���*  Rev. Havelock Beecfiein. Cranbrook, held service at St. John's  church Sunday.  *>Our fishermen wore oul in  force Sunday last after the finny  tribe with fair results.  THOMAS CRAHAN, Agent  Morrissey Mines, B. O.  Liquor Dealer*  Farmers are looking serious  this week. Nightly frosts have  delayed .seeding, which throws  spring planting behind.  'The people of Southeast  Kootenay think t.hat'lhere should  brt moro stringenl logislnliou regarding freight rates.  Felix Rocke' will leave for  Lost creek next week in search  of a silver-tip which has been located in that vicinif v.  William   Cook   who lias   been  visiting  his   home   in t.he  "Old  Country"    returned to   Steele.  Saturdav last.  SZ     Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber,      ,A large assort-    |~3  B input of seasoned Lumber and Shingles always ^S  Sr on hand ~3  B   ���        DIMENSION      LUMBEK      A      SPECIALTY. 53  I      WflSfl. -   - BG.      |  ^iiiiiiiuiiiiiiuiuiuuiuiiiiiUrtuuiauiuuiiuuiauiiiiaimitf  Fort  Steele  1 i'    \ < i,  4  ,  ' ' ��    ^        <���     ��   '  Meat Market  H. THIRY. Proprietor.  Fresh and Salt Meats Always On Hand.  3nnnffTTimTTfmnnmmnf?TmffnT?nTTnnnnnnTTVTTTTTTTTTT��TrY>r''TTTff��?T��T''TTrf?fTTTTicj  1 'McDERMOTT & B0WNESS    '" ���   ".  Your arroniioti i- called to inf-  "Pioncor Limitt'il ' triune of Lhe "Milwaukee & St Paul Railway." -'Thi- only  perfect Li'iiin.1 in tin; world."  . You will find it desirable to,.ride-on  those trains when g-oing- to any point in  the Eastern States or Canada. They  connect" with all' TrahsfiOriLinenutl  Trains and all' Ticket Agents ne'll  tieket.s.       ���  For further inforniation. |iitrrij)liletH,  etc, ask any Ticket Affent, or  R.  L.  FORI),'-.:''���     II- ��,; l-iOU'K,  ���Piihs.  A^-i;nt, (icncrul Agent,  SPOK'A.VK. PORTLAND.  ������:   wa MTii'.n   si-:\'i-:i:..\ i, pkrso.v.s  of charrictei' u'lul.-fjocirl i-epulat.ioh . in  oiich state (one-ill I liis enmity required;  to represent and advc.rtiKe old e.sl.ali-  lislied wealthy husinesshou.se of solid  financial .standing, p Salary $21.00  weekly with expeiis<i.-s adflit.iona.l, all  payuli'le ill easli direel each Wedne.s-  day from head ollires. . Horse and  carriage furnished when neeossary.  Referenees.' .lOm-lose self-addressed  envelope. Colonial l.'o.. -'l-'l-l Dearborn  St., (.:iii<M��o. -  V. Bannister r��t,urned from  Calgai'3' Sarin day. Flu will have  the manageuient of Uie Fitih  Lake ranch.  .J. T. Laidlaw spent Suinlay in  town lie    reports    ICootunay  Ceniral   survey    parly   at   ,Bul  river. '    ���  Beaie. Hiitonison & Eiwen  ��� Heal Estate  Agents  -J  ���Up  The  Leading  Wholesale Liquor Dealers in the   ;|  E  Kootenays.  - =1  Wo handle only the BEST  lines of Liquors and Cig-ars.  ��� ' We sell Sell Mr/. P.oer. Pernio  Beer, lines' Ale and (Juin-  nessi'ri Stoul.  :tt  ?'^ Mininu Hrokcrs  +*  Peier Woods was down from  (/hurry creek Sunday. He says  that farmers in that vicinity  have commenced spring planting  N.    Hanson    was   down   from  Wasa    Monday.        He    Reports  Kootenay Central   surveyors  a.��  locating a crossing of the Koote  nay river north of Wasa.  Miss Annie Durick, Miss L.  Taenhauser, Miss F. Taenliauser  and Mr. A. Doyle,' attended the  dance at Wardner Thursday  evening. They report having a,  most enjoyable time.  ,  Wi-:  CAN   KICI.I.   YOUli   PROPERTY   FOR   YOU. <*>  U'l-',   lll.'Y   OK  SIOLI,  MINING   STOCKS.  IP   YOU    WANT   A  FARM  OU   ANY  KINO  OP   PROPKRTY  \VK  CAN   SUPPLY   YOU.  GIVE US A TRIAL.  Fort Steele. B.C.  HEAD OFFICE  Cranbrook, B.C.  1  All   Mail   Orders   Promptly   Attended   to  Rranelies all over the district- and eorrespondent.s everywhere.  Chas Estmere returneil from  the Windermere country 'Monday. Mr. Estmere says that, he  is going to''work a mining property . situated in the Kocky'  Mountains.near Fori, Sleele.  The building of .tlie Crow's  Nest, Pass railway opened up llie  extensive coal, tields of the district, which now have, a daily  output of 2,000 tons: which during the present year is expected  to be increased to 5,000 tons.  WAXTKD - FAITHFUL PERSON  TO TliAYHL for well established  Iioum? in a few eountierf, eallinff on retail nieiehiints and ujjents. Local terri-  lurv. Salary -+1U24 a year and expenses  pavable $l!i!?0 a week in eash and expenses advanced, .''onition permanent  Business successful and ;rashin<f._. Kn-  close sidf-iiddressed envelope. Standard House. .'115 Oaxton Bldyv, Chicago.  Fort Steele  Diamond Jubilee  miss a. moss.      Hospital  MATHtm. .  y  (.' mil una- <>r St. I.ukuii Hospital.  ��� VjinrouviM-. H- C.  'I'his Institution has been recently  eiillii'tjed liy a new winfr which is now  open fur reception of patients. For  terms ajiply fo  Miss P.. Moss,    or   .J. F. Smith, Sec.  Matron. Fort Steele, B.C.  St. John's Church, of England.  Services will be hold in the  Church of St. John the Divine  every Sunday evening at 7:30 except on the third Sunday in each  month when the service will be  held  at   1.1. o'clock  a.in.  Holy Communion . will be administered at the close of the  service.  Strangers arc welcome.  tntKSBYTKRlAN  CHURCH.  Divine Worship will be held  iii the Presbyterian Church  every Sabbath morning at 11  o'clock.  Sabbath School every Sunday  al. half past two o'clock.  Choir practice every Thursday evening at 7:!j0 o'clock,  Pastor:    T. McCokd.  McDERMOTT & BOWNESS,  Cranbrook,   B. C.  :3  'A i  EiUUlLUUULLLLL  iUAiliUUUikilllUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUilUUi:-   r.  ----- -'-*&  OARLIN  <fc DURICK  GENERAL   MERCHANTS  Fort  Steele,  s<>ie Arents" .'^Ganton Steer  East  .Kootenay.'  COMPANY  This Steelis guaranteed to be equal to Jcssop's or -.'Firths in a,l  Hard Rock Wotiivi  Sole Agents  Sole   Agents  Grows Nest Goal company  s Giant Powder Goinpaiiu,  /Wining  Supplies   a  Specialty.  Agentsfor the   MASS BY    HARRIS    CO., Liniifed.P  Farming   Implements.

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