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 Ltbrnfjr ol Leg An  Vol.   IO.  PORT STEELE, IB. C, SATURDAY, APRIL'9, 1904.  No 15.  AMONG, THE   CRAFT.  District Deputy Visits Blue Lodge,  ���R. A. C. Convocation..  North Star Lodge. N'o ;](>, A.P.  & A. M., held its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday evening  last, at Masonic hall. Right  Worshipful" Bro. \V. H. ' Ross,  (Jrand District Deputy, ' and a  number of visiting- brethern from  Pernio aud Cranbrook were pre-  sent. A Candidate being-in waiting, (lie second degree was exemplified.  -Alter the work of the evening  was concluded. Ihe visitors, and  members of the iodire sat down'  to a banquet prepared by the  janitor, Bro. James Liddecoatt,  which was heartily enjoyed by  all. ���"     '  The next regular convocation  -of Rocky Mountain' Chapter, R.  A.M., will be held on Tuesday  evening/April 1:2th. A large  number of Sojourning Companions from^Windermere, Forme,  aud CranbrooinfaVe given notice  of their intention of being present on thai evening.  A Roy a J Arch Chapter will be  instituted at. Pernio during the  coining month.  Mining Notes.  The famous Kilo group  of  28  claims, situated du Lemon creek,  ' has been sold to a Helena syndicate for S57."), 0(10.  The  buying  price  of   Le "Roi  shares in   London   is  CI, 7s, ud;  /the selling price'Cl, 10s.  A   large    demand    has, been  created for St. Eugeiie slock, ou  the, prospect of tho mine starting  ���s up in a vovy short time.  The International Coal & Coke  Co., now developing their, mines  at- Coleman," are preparing' tho  foundations for 104 coke ovens.'  Prom all accounts a number of  , small  properties   in the vicinity  of Port Steele will be  busy  during the coming summer.  The Crow's Nest Coal Company has contracted to ship 1.-100  tons of coal daily from Morrissey  via the Great Northern Railway  to points in Montana.  Belgian capitalists have made  an oiler to mine owners to erect  works and treat their lead ore  for ��10 a ton: including freight.  They want, the bounty kept for  ores treated in Ihe Dominion.  The Hall Mines smeller, Nelson, has entered into a contract  to ship the Silver King ore to  the Trail works for an extended  period and shipments are arriving at the rale of (io to 70 Ions of  copper ore daily.  A new mining: company has  just been formed lo operate in  Northeast Kootenay. The name  of the company is the Golden  Copper Mining Company, and is  mainly composed of residents of  the town of Golden.  The Turn of the Tide.  The people of Moyie . have  . waited;a,long,lime foi: the turn  of the tide. Now thiit; it is on the,  lldw they will ride in on the wave  of prosperity they all deserve.  "' No prettier mountain retreat  is there,- than along Moyie Lake;  no in.ne of greaier wealth than  the St. Eugene, and no more  cosmopolitan people than those  of the town of Moyie.  Matters Political.  federal election, the liberal-con-  servalive'association of Nelson,  pledges itself to use every effort  in" its j tower lo secure the return  of the conservative candidate.  Hon.  Chas.   H.   Mackintosh.,  Sir. Wilfrid Laurier may   pay  a visit to the Yukon next .June. .  It i.s quietly reported that it will  cost the liberal party $1,000 to  seeniv" a parly organ in Southeast Kootenay.  Martin Burroll. the liberal-  conservative candidate for Yale-  Cariboo addressed a, large Greenwood audience on Wednesday of  last week. ''Duncan Ross, the  liberal candidate declined an in-  (Vitafion lo meet Mr;   Barrel I.  Tho Conservatives of West  Kent, Out.! have decided to pay  tribute to fhc^lifeaud work of  Sirr .John' A. Macdonald, by  holding a great demonstration  on June lith..'the anniversary o  that statesman's death.  A PROFITABLE BUSINESS-  The Crow's Nest ,Pass Lumber  Co. Secure Over 6,000,000 Feet  of Logs.    t ���  BOARD OF TRADE MEETING.  Fort Steele Endorses the Arrang-  uients of Silver Lead Miners  Assciatio'n.  There will be anxious days  and sleepless nights for the liberal leaders as soon as the coming Dominion election is well under way.  In   view   of   the approaching  A special meeting of the Port  Steele Board of Trad a. was held  at. the >Townsilo oflice on Wednesday evening. Dr Watl. pros-  ident of tho board occupied ihe  chair. Tlie meeting, was called  to order by'dhe secretary Mr. A.  C. Nelson, who stated.the rea-  son for calling ihe meeting, iind  read the communication received  from the Nelson. Board of Trade.  After thoroughly considering'  th'o matter, also getting the'views  of a number of prominent mining men,-the following resolution  was add'piod. "Thai the Port  Steele Board of Trade fully 'endorses the arrangements arrived  at by ihe representatives of Ihe  lead minors and smelters,'and  that the government be i;espcct  fully requested to make the concession asked for, up to June o0.  HlO.").,but,such concession not to  be continued after that date, and  that a copy of this resolution b,e  sent lo our member. Hon. W. A.  G alii her.  Owing lo the rapid influx ol  emigration into the Northwest  Terrifories, and Hie greatly increased demand for lumber of all  kinds, sa,wniills in Southeast  Kootenay have been working al  extreme pressure lo supply the  ever-increasing demand,1 and the  profits of this branch of industry  have been considerable.  A.MONfi   TI1K   I.OCClKKH.  ��3At   Doyle's   logging_camp_j>n  the*" SjJTjv;Ia��yjs J'jvi]L<,jj}2}'��J}re  a.OOfCoOO J'eot of logs" ready foil-he drive, which will take place  about J lino J-si.  The Indians^ al, th'eir camp  near Port Steele, have about  800,000 feel of logs. '  T. Penwick at his ranch on  the- Kootenay river has about  7)00.000 feet.' ' .    ''  Al R. J.,Cann's,catnp there is  about r>00,000 feet 'of logs.  The Crow's Nest Pass Lumber  i ��^i i  Co., situaled al Wardher, have  acquired this vast amount, of  logs, and as soon as the'' St.  Mary's and Kootenay rivers  have sufficient water, driving  'wilj commence.  NOKTI1 K.\ ST   K OOT ION A V.  Northeast Kootenay is*  at   the  present   lime   displaying   groat  activity   in   cruising  and the lo  eating of large tracts of   timber,  and   will   become' an   important  - i-  lumbering centre upon the construction of' Ihe Kootenay  Central railway. ���  working on a mineral claim in  ihe vicinity of Sheep creek returned to Steele Thursday.  THE' KOOTENAY VALLEY.  Dave Griffith came down' from  Wild TIorse^creek-Thursday. He  reports placer mining as progressing.  .lames Larsen who has been  looking over the Perry creek  country for the past two weeks  returned to Steele Thursday.  Its   Fruit   and   Agricultural   Re  sources Cannot be Surpassed���  "It"has a Local Market for alJ  Products Crown.  Mrs: Cum tilings who has been  visiting her daughter Mrs. .(. G.  Cummings at Cranbrook, returned lb  Steele  Thursday.  Indian   Agent  R.   L.   T.  Galbraith   whs  at  St.   Eugene Mis  sion on official business Wednesday.  Jt is reported that W. li. Ross  M. L. A., will move'his family  lo Steele, during the summer  months.  Notwithstanding  has    been     writlen  climate of  Southeast  many' misconcepliom  that much  about the  Kootenay.  ,   appear lb  Pred Haines of l.heCranbrook  Herald staff was in town Sunday  JAPANESE FLEET"blviDED.  Silver-lend Quotations  Now York.  Aril S:  -  Bar Sil wr   55*  Mexican dollars .  44  Load  -    ...  4.(10  ('upper   12.50  Speller     5.,'SO  London,   April   S.  Sil vet  -,   ^5   1-L'd;  copper  .��<")(!   l'-N   (id:  lend.  CI2 :!s ild:  spelter. C22 Ids   -><\.  -  *  " Market Conditions.  Copper advanced 12s (id for  spot, and Ifis for futures, in  Loudon.  Price of copper was linn at  New York.  Load was unchanged in London and nl Now York.  Interest has lagged iu the tin  market.  If is reported that the lumber  combine which , has exist ed in  ���Manitoba, and the Northwest  Territories, is now a lliing of  the past. '-,.',       -..-���./  Japanese ������ experts estimate  that the. war may last six years.  T Pa in loads of sel tiers from Ihe  United Stales arrive daily at.  Winnipeg. Western Canada is  lho. centre of attraction.  ' Pormer' queen .' Isabella, of  Spain is suffering from a, severe  attack, of influenza, which' causes  great anxiety on account of her  advanced ago  'Pi  Local. News.  Nels Robinson camc'atp  from  Pish Lakes Thursday.  L. W. Pafmoro,. came in  from  Cranbrook Thursday evening. ,  Dave Brecken ridge.  Ward nor,  was at the Imperial  Priday.  P. 1-1. Mai pas and Chas. Cock,  Cranbrook, have purchased Ihe  Steele residence of E. C.   Smith.  A largo number of visitors  from Pernio. Wardnerand Cranbrook were in town this week.  A. Bale visited his ranch on  the Kootenay river north of  Cherry creek Thursday.    '>  Wm. Carl in was at Cranbrook  Wednesday, returning to Steele  Thursday.  A large, number of fruit- trees  will be planted in the, Kootenay  valley this spring.  D. Waff, paid a professional  visit loSt. Eugene Mission Wednesday.  S. M. 1-Jarli'oft, Calgary, was  registered at tlie Imperial Thursday.  N. A. Wallinger. and Charles  Powell were doing business at  Cranbrook Wednesday.  .Mrs. T. Kenwick, Little Bull  River, was visiting friends at  Cranbrook' Wednesday.  ' Chas. Kstinere. Pernio,was at  Steele"-Thursday, having business at tlie government,' office.'/;  J. M'V.'.C-!i.rrol,' Kimberley, was  a g- ties I, at tlie,'Strut, boon a. ThurS-  dry-  Miss Deale, ..Vancouver, is a  guest at the residence of Mr. and  Mrs. A. I{. Kenwick.  Mrs. 'It. )V. Rogers. -Morrissey  Mines, -"came, in on,Thursday's  stage. She is on a visit, io her  mother Mrs. II. Kershaw.Sr.  presenling  W.      Crossby.  Japanese   advance guard ! M.H'tm, Boles & Wynne of Win-  -     .      ,   -     ' .   1   nipdg,    was   doing   business   at  of Mill) men. which have occupied  Anju, is followed ,by. the"first  army corps of Jo,000.  P^g  Steele Monday.  George  J add.  A Close Watch on Port Arthur-  Patrol Korean Coast���Have an  ' - Eye' on' Vladivostock.  The Japanose'fleet is divided  into seven squadrons. Pour of  those are watching Port Arthur,  lho ��� fifth patrols ihe Korean  coast, and'the sixth and seventh  cruise bel ween AHadivostoclc and  north Japan. The torpedo boats  were much damaged in the last  engagement but otherwise, Ihe  lleef was''little, iujured. The  damage to the Japanese cruisers  Iwate and Yoshine have been repaired ' and the vessels have  joined Ihe Heel. ' '   ���  ���" "All i.s quiet on,the Yalu." An  exchange of shots occurred between Russian cavalry and Japanese skirmishers hear Anju.  The Russians sustained no  losses, whilst seven '- Japanese  wore killed, , the number of  wounded is not known.  Jn a skirmish between frontier  guards and Chinese bandits on  April 2nd at a point on the  southern section of the railroad,  three guards were wounded, and  ton bandits killed 24 wounded.  A force has been dispatched in  pursuit of the bandits. ^  The Russian battleship Pcrse-  vict reports that she sighted the  enemy today, April 7th, in'  Kwang Tung owaters. All is  quiet at Port' Arthur. Kwang  Tung is a peninsula in the extreme south of Manchuria and a  short distance northwest of Port  Arthur.  Easter   Vestry   Meeting.  o    '    Q   ���-  The annual Raster Vestry  Mooting of St. John's Church  congregation was held on Monday evening last. The chair was  occupied by R. L. T. Galbraith.  ������Lay Reader" and the retiring  churchwardens Messrs Nelson  Liddicoatl presented the linan  cial report anil accounts for the  year, which proved to be most  satisfactory showing a balance  over expendit lire.  The church is entirely free  from debt, the Vicarage paid for,  and a, handsome sum invested at  interest, for the, now,.-church  fund. ',.,..��� ' ������'/  ���Messrs Nelson and Liddicoatl  were. reeled ed elm rch wardens  for the i ensueing year with  Messrs Clark aiid .1 add .as sides;  men.  ; A.', vote of thanks was passed  lo Miss Winnie.-Armstrong as  organist, and to Mrs. Wallinger  and Hie members of the choir for  valuable' services. Messrs Galbraith ' and Armstrong were appointed to,'represent the congregation at the next, ���meeting of  the Synod, which   this year will  ho has''.been a,t held at Revolsloke.  prevail on the subject outside ot  the district.'  Ln the valley of the Kootenay,  which is sil uated between llie  Selkirks and Ihe main' range of  Hie Rocky mountains, Ihe high  average altitude renders the 'air  rarilied-iand bracing.' the precipitation of moisture being greater  tha-.i that of the Northwest Territories. The rainfall averages  from IN lo 20 inches per annum,  and the snow at1a,ins to a deplh  of one to I wo feet? making- a  total precipilalion'of about 20 to  24 inches of moisture. .,  The winters exlend from Ihe  latter part.of December to March  snow hot falling [to lie, earlier  than the last week- in December,  as a rule. ��� During flic- winter  the Ihormotnctcr falls at limes  to zero, and in.'suininer rises as  high as i)ii degrees' in the shade,  the nights being always comparatively cool. Rxtrem'o cold  "is not' severely felt, and is of  short duration, nor is the summer heat exhausting.  Land suitable for fruit growing near Port. Steele sells at 810  per acre, within a'short distance  of the town. and/C) per.acre on  the'benches near lho mountains  some miles away. Laud on the  benches is very suitable for fruit  generally speaking, but is usual-  ly -more costly and difficult lo  irrigate than on Ihe Hat,.  ' . Many-locations on the Koolo-  nay river would make ideal fruil  farms. Karly      and     hardy  varieties' do well, but for Hie  tenderer varieties and keepers it  i.s betlor to have tho warm sunshiny hillsides which face the  south aiid which are protected  from the early frosts.   ,  Por the first and second year  potatoes or root crops may well  be grown between the frees: the  third and fourth, if is a good  plan lo grow clover between Ihe  trees leaving a strip of ground  in line with, each row of frees  for cultivating- them. After the  fifth year il would probably be  found betlor to plow llie clover  down. -   ~ ��  To get- the best resulls it i.s  necessary fo plant the right  kind of trees, as some varieties  are much more profitable than  others. Pruit has not been  grown long enough as a business  in the Kootenay valley to enable  us to make out anything like a  complete list .of the' varieties of  apples that should be plumed.'  Apples, strawberries. raspberries, plums, etc.. grow luxuriantly and wilh very little attention. Al Wasa. twelve miles  north of Porl Steele, Mr. N.  Hanson grows excellent crops ol  apples; both'fable and crab, :i it  nually. At the St.- Riigen'e  Mission, six miles -'from town,  fruits .of all kinds ,a re success-  fully and a.biiiida.iitly^gTOwn. 'At'  Porl- .Steele Chas Levoi.l obtained-', over. JJ.'OOC) .. pounds .of line  strawberries in- l'.'Oi! from an  acre of ground.: Mr. L W. Pafmoro,-.. hits a. small but- line  orchard: coiil.a.iuing cherries.  plums iind apples.-, which an-, in  a most fa.vorablo (-oiKfilibn. ��� If  is'quite' Safe to say lliat,Under  proper conditions, fruit growing  in   the. 'Kootenay .valley,' hasa,  of capital, but here farming  has  many    attractions   superior     to  those of Manitoba.      The winter  is   mild   and   genial.      All   farm  prod netsjjuw being., obtained for  ihe supply of the mining  camps  of East and West   Kootenay  are  obtained from Manitoba and   the  Northwest Territories, involving  from    1,000   to   y.000    miles   ol  transportation.    These .products  ire capable  of  being grown and  raised   in   Ihe   Kootenay   valley  and the early completion   of   the  Kootenay   Central   railway   will  afford aeeess lo'a   local   market,  caused   by   the   steady   develop,-  ���ucnr'of ihe immense mineral and  coal areas of Hie dislrici.   Tlie.se  features  combine .to  assure be-,  yond all doubt a permanent market    aud    good    prices   for    all  uali/ral   and   a��riculi ural , products of the Kootenay valley.  MOYIE LOOKS GOOD.    "  ���St. Eugene Company Preparing- to  Open the Mine:  Things down Moyie way are'.  beginning to look- Mice business;  minors are coming and asking  for worlc. and business men are  preparing lo do business. The  I'OAvii has taken on new life; and.  everybody is animated and enlivened with the prospects.  'Other people are (here looking  for openings, and  di'uinmors'arO  >n hand to'sell them'goods. The  St.    KugeiiO''Company is so sure  thai Ihe government,   will   grant  the'request of lead miners in regard   to ihe bounty,  if is going-  right   along  preparing  lo'open  the mine.      This is a big job. ds-,  pecially.  installing  < machinery..(  Tlie new boilers alone cost nearly si>0,000.'    The supplementary  plant for. working I he sliines.will,  cost   ss,000.     TheVe   will   be. a  zinc saving apparatus   that   will  greatly   add- to   Ihe value of the  lead  concentrates,   and   make a  marketable zinc product of  considerable value.  The property will be worked  on a larger scale than ever be-',  fore. Some of i(,s products will  be shipped to (he West Kootenay smellers and the balance to  Ruropo. Between two hundred'  tnd three hundred men will be  employed; and it is expected  that the picturesque town clinging to the hillside and overlooking one ol the prettiest, lakes in  the world will be a bomify spot  on the lace of nature. As a  health-resort Moyie has attracted some attention and patronage  and wilh ihe slifnulis of successful mining of the character of  the St. Kugeue. many people  will go there, to make their  homes.  .EXECUTIVE   MEETING.  Of Associated   Boards   of  Trade  of the  Kootenays.  Secretary Mackenzie, will issue a call for a meeting- of the  execul i\ e commit lee of the Associated Boards of Trade to be  held in. Nelson on Tuesday-April-,  12, at 'which the business to be  dealt with, will include the following -'matters: - Payment of  bouii'iy on .surplus .load ore e.v-  pqrlod but , of. ���the, count ry,'1 appointment- of expert to invest i-  gab: zinc deposits of. British .Col-'  umbia. '..removal of duty from  acid, investiga..|inn 'into overllow'  of Konleiiav  river.  Andrew Baxter came, up  Lit! le Bull river Mondav.  irom  prosperous  To    farm  Lugging in  Southeast.  Ivootenay   is   rapidly   being closed up  11,1.irre lieiore il.      (    ; Th,. (,nt ������ t|10 St. Mary's   river  in     the     Kootenay  and in the vicinity of Steele will  valley requires a certain air  omit- amount lo about 7,000,000 feet. 'i'ii.K i'i;ospK( TOir-.port steele, b. c, .APKJL.P, .MJnj.'
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': .'tlefald .was iiista.lled.-. The Moyie j
"..' .Leader,-,''the,.-'Fe.rnie  Free Press i
• .< arid -'the 'Prospector-   have, been!
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share -to pusi'i'. v-i'io piitjlic weal!
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lase Mi.w.ie Leader is  oiiurtini:,;.^^. (■.,,:_       .'. .        ' -..,:■
i t'le . iniisi,.! v,.aiui ■'gushing -poetry;
' 'tlii.'se .spriug'.day's. -   In   it roi.-eui !
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Toys?   Books   and   Stationery THE PROSPECTOR.  FORT STEELE,   B. O., AFKIL it. IPuj.  SATURDAY. APKIL '.).  1901  War Operations in the Bast.  Military operations  are  dragging along in the Orient and the  belligerent navies do not appear  to have been very active  during  the  past week,   although there  has  been   a fresh bombardment  of Porl- Arthur      Of rumors the  crop   is   prolific,   bul  when   1 he-  dispatches,    which     lake   many  columns of the daily papers,-are  boiled down, there is very   little  in   them   that  can   lie said to be  news.      Both   sides are keeping  their movements'very quiet, and  slateinents   of   high   officials at  St.' Petersburg  and   guesses by  correspondents  ai- Tokia constitute  the  bulk  of what the tele  graph tells us.    The former  are  almost certain   to bo  purposely  inaccurate;    the  latter would be  true, if the Japanese would allow  the truth lo be told. The censorship  in   Japan , i.s quite as strict  as in Russia.    It is impossible to  credit the Russian reports of the  ineffectiveness of  the   bombard-  ! NOTICE.  Take notice Hint after llu; expiration  of1 thirty day-, ] intern! to apply to the  Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol  Lands and Works. Vicloria. H. C. for  ti special license to propped, for coal  and petroleum over that curtain parcel  or piece of land situated in the valley  of the Akamana creek, a tributary of  the Flathead river in ihe south-eastern  portion ol East Kootenay, in the province of British Columbia and more  parlictilarly described as follows:  Commencing at, a posl on the southeast corner ol the claim marked ".I. G.  .McCoy, southeast, curner" and running  thence we-t eighty SO chain-, thence  norlh eighty SO chain*. I hence east  eighty SO clttiins. llience -until eighty  chains io place ol beginnino and containing iibo.jt six hundred and loi'ty (till  acres ol land more or les'-.  The claim is marked as claim number Five 5 on the map or plan deposited  in the olliee of the Honorable the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works,  Vicloria. U.C.. b\ John AVait, and is  bounded on the ea.-1. by claims numbers  tw<; L' and three :i and on the soulli b\  claim number four-I and whichis more  fully set out, on the s-uid map or plan.  Located llie first 1*1  day  of   August  1000.  .1. G. Mc( "oy, Locator  1 I - .John  Willi. Agenl,  east, corner by Akamana ci eek a small  creek flowing into the Flathead river  about live mile- south of the interna-  t:onal boundary line and which i- more  fully set out on the .-aid plan or map.  Located  the  lir-i 1st day or August.  1000.  Alexander Watt, Locator  14 John Watt, Agent  Columbia and   more   particularly described a- follow-:  Commencing- at a po-t planted in the  northwest corner marked "Robert  Watt, north we-t corner" and running  thence  east eig-hty  SO  chains, thence  NOTICE.  Take notice thai after the expiration  of thirty dais I intend to apply   to   the  Honorable the Chiel   Commi ���inner  of  Lands" and Works. Victoria. ll.C. lor a  ber lour I on the map or plan deposited  in the olliee of the Honorable the < hiuf  Commi ��� ioner ol Land- and Work-.  Victoria. K.C.. hy John Watt and i-  bounded on the -outh b\ claim number  NOTICE. '  Take notice that utter the expiration  of thirl y days I intend lo apply  to  the  Honorable Hie Chief  Commissioner  of  llientS   Of ''Porl   Arthur, for   the j Lands and Work-, for a special license  'reason    that-   at   the   lime  Ot",.the I to prospect lor coal und petroleum over  first attack   the  St. Petersburg |,hat i"w�� "'  story was to the effect, that  the  damage    was    trivial,   whereas  when details leaked it was learn  ed that heavy loss had been inflicted. .The Vladivostok fleet,  which  rumor  has located-in, a  pared of  land  situated  'about..live fi mile- north ot the intcrna-  11-ional boundary line in the  south-eastern  portion  of  I0a-i.  Kootenay, in the  Province   ol    British     Columbia,   and  more particularly described as follows:  .     Commencing ul a'post on  tlie southwest, corner  ol   claim   marked "J. A.  .. , Ford,   southwest,  corner" iind  running  variety of p.aces, is now said t�� ������,lieill.e lloI.l|V0iKn,y8ii chains, thence  be at anchor in that' harbor. !,jasi eighty so chain-, thence south  Report has it that the Port | SO chains, thence west eighty 8(1 chains  Arthur fleet has had an engage-jl" l��lll<,(- of beginning and containing-  .,,      .,       <\ ,    ,. .���      .,,, j I about six hundred and lorlv acres more  ment with, the   Japanese,   and  much   the worse  or le-  came off  very   mm;..   ,.����� ���u,^-1    Th0 (.,.lim ih ,���������,.keil .IS t.laim immi)C,  for it, having lost   a   battleship. isoven.,: on the map or plan deposited in  unconfirmed.     Duf- |the olliee  ol   the   Honorable the Chiel  ul    Lands   anil    Works.  Ivy John Watt,   and   is  0 'ii , bounded on Uie north bv claim number  ported,- as   has   also  been   the . ton ]()< |)n thc M)l'th by  (.,.lim lumi,,ei.  eight S and on ihe ea-t by  claim   number live ���"> iind is cros-ed on   the  northwest   corner   by   Oil   creek.  ,a "small  stream Mowing in si southerly direction  iind- emptying   into the Flathead river  about, three II mile.- south of the international boundary line as-is more" fully  set out in the said map or plan.  .Located the 241 h day of July. 1900.��  ' T. A. Fot-d, Locator  -   II John Watt,* Agent  NOTICE.  Take notice that after the expiration  of  thirty  days  I   intend''to  apply the  Honorable the Chiel   Commissioner of  Lands and Works, for a special  license  lo prospect lor coal and petroleum over  that  piece  or  parcel of  land   situated  about, seven 7 miles north of the   international   boundaiy  line  in   the southeastern portion of Fast Kootenay in the  Province    ol    Hritish   Columbia,   and  more particularly described as follows:  Commencing al a post, on   the northwest   corner    marked   George   Watt,  northwest corner and   running   thence  south  eig-hty  SO   chains,' thence   east  eig-hty SO chains, llience  north   eighty  SO chains, thence west eighty SO chains  to place of  beginning  and  containing  about six hundred and forty acres more  or less.  The claim is marked as claim num-'  ber three '���', on the map or plan deposited in the olliee of the Honorable the  Chief Commissiouoi' ol Lands anil  Works, Vicloria. If.*'., by John Watt  and is bounded on the west- by parts of  claims numbers- lour 4 and 5 and is- located on Oil creek a small creek heading up in the main range of the Rocky  Mountains, aiid which Hows into the  Flathead river about three miles south  of the international boundary line and  which is more fully set out in Ihe' said  map or plan.  Located the 25th day of July. 1900.  George Watt, Locator  14 John Watt, Agent  south  eig-hty  SO chains,   thence   west   petroleum over that piece or parcel  of  land situate on Oil creek, a -mall  stream heading up in the main range  of the Rocky Mountain- and flowing  into the Flathead river, about three 3  miles south ol the international boundary line in the southeastern portion of  Fast Kootenay, in the Proiince of  Driti-h Columbia, and more particularly described as follows:  Commencing at a stake on the southeast cornel- marked -"Alfred K. Marcus  southeasl    corner-,���running    thence  special licen-e to prospect for coal  and   five o and on the we.-t bv oart of claim  eighty 80 chains, thence north eighty  80 chains to place of beginning- and  containing about six hundred and forty  040 acres more or lesB.  The claim i.s marked as claim number eight S on the ma]) or plan deposited in the oflice of the Honorable the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works. Victoria, B.C., by John Watt,  and is bounded on the north bv claim  number seven 7 and on the west by  claiui number nine 9 and is located on  ihe east side of Oil creek, in the Oil  creek valley, a small stream heading  up in the main range ot the Kocky  .Mountains and 'llowing into the Flathead river about three miles south ol  the international boundary line and  which i�� more fully set out on the said  map or plan.  Located the':24th day of July, 1000  Robert Watt, Locator ,  14 John Watt? Agent  The story, is  ing tho past week the capture ot ���'Commissioner .  Port Arthur has been   twice  re-" v'lc,0l,ill> B- ('-  the  presence of a Japanese force at  points, which could not, have  been reached in' the time intervening since the advance  througiVKorea began.���Truth  .  That Cranbrook Girl.  ,' There,is a Cranbrook girl who  is so bashful it is said she cani'iol  see a sleeping car without blushing.  It is presumed she would faint  at the sight of undressed lumber  ���Moyie Leader.     ���   ���  Or worse still.     She might, go  .into hysterics over her bedstead  legs  and   want   to   drape   them  with   lingerie.���Dispatch,    Morrissey.  She'd surely lock herself in  her room and pull down the  shades ii' she wanted to change  her mind.���Fernie Free Press.  No doubt, she is a first cousin  to the Toby creek girl who will  not look at a tree in 'winter for  fear that,-, she will see a naked  limb.���Outcrop, Wilmer.  She must be a twin sister to  tho Kootenay. girl who will not  express an Opinion, fearing that  she will unbosom her mind.���  Golden Star.  Surely, she is the identical  girl who i.s so modest she [ire  fers a barefaced lie to the'naked  truth.���The Prospector.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that the  partnership existing between Richard  A. Fraser, and Hugh II. Fraser, has  been dissolved this dayb\ mutual consent. All accounts are to be paid to li  A. Fraser. and nil debt* against the  said partnership are to be paid by him;'  Dated at Fort. Steele this nth   day; of  April, 1904. -������,.  '.(Signed) Rrc-HARD A. .Frashk  (Signed) Hugh II. Frasiou  Witness (Signed) .!. O. Taimhansor. ZZ  I   can  quickly   soil for cash, without  local  publicity,   your   Business, "Real  ���'Estate or Partnership, no matter when;  located.       ''" /  1 Send me. full particulars, prices &c."  Address CHAS. K. TOWRLUlll West  Mohawk, St., Buffalo, N.Y.  [ NOTICE.  Take notice that after the expiration  of thirty days I intend to apply to the  Honorable the Chiel Commissioner 'of  Lands and Work's. Victoria, 11.C, for a  special license lo prospect for coal and  petroleum over that piece or parcel ol  hind situated about four 4 miles north  of tlie international boundary line, in  thc southeastern portion of liast Kootenay, in the Province of British Columbia, iind more particularly described as  follows:  ' Commencing iit a post on the northwest corner marked .1. ii. Smart, north  west corner, and running thence south  eighty SO chains, thence east, eighty SO  ehains, thence north eighty SO chains,  t-hencc west eighty SO chains to place  ol beginning and containing about six  hundred and lorty acres ol land more  or les-.  The claim is marked sis claim number three ,'! on thc map or plan deposited in. the olliee of the Honorable thc  Chiel ('omtuissioner ol Lands and  Works. Victoria, 15 C. by John Watt,  aud is bounded on the north by claim  number two 2 and on (he west, by parts  claims numbers four -I and live 5 and is  crossed'on the north wesl corner by  Akaniiiiiii creek, a tributary ol the  Flathead river and which is more fully  set out- on the said map or plan.  Located the Hist day of July, 1000.  J. I\. Smart. Locator  14 ' John Wall. Agent  NOTICE.  Take notice that after ihe expiration  of thirty days I intend lo apply to the  Honorable the Chiel Commissioner of  Lands and Works, Victoria, B.C. for a  special license to pros-peel for coal and  petroleum over that piece or parcel of  land situated about live ~i miles north  of the 'international boundary line in  the south-eastern portion of Fast,Kootenay,. in the Province ol British  Columbia, and more particularly described as follows: ,  Commencing at a post on the north;  west corner marked Thomas P.. Watt,  northwest corner, and running- llience  east eighty 80 chain.-,, thence south  eighty SO chains, thence west eighty 80  chains, thence north eig-hty SO chains  to place of beginning, and containing-  about six hundred and forty acres more  or less.     iS . ' ' e *  The claim is marked as claim number one 1 on the map or plan deposited  in the oflice of the llonorublothe Chiel  Commissioner of' Lands and Works.  Victoria, B.C.. by- John Watt, and is  bounded on the west by claim number  two 2. The Fort McLeod trail passes  through the claim and the Akamana  creek, a small stream heading- up in  thc main range of the Rocky Mountains  and emptying into the Flathead river  about live ."> miles south of the international boundary line and which is more  fully set out on the said map or plan..  Located the :!0th day ol July, 1900.,  Thomas B. Watt. Locator  ���1-4=== John Watt. A'gent  NOTICE.  Take notice that after the expiration  ot thirty days 1 intend to apply to the  Honorable the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Work, Victoria, B.C.. for a  special license to prospect for coal and  petroleum over that piece or parcel of  land situated about'live 5 miles north  of the International boundary line, in  the southeastern portion of East Kootenay, in thc Province of British Columbia, and more particularly described us  follows:  Commencing at a post on the southwest corner marked "Sarah M. Watt,  southwest corner"', and running thence  north eighty SO chains, thence east  eig-hty SO chains, thence south eighty  SO chains, thence west eighty 80 chains  lo the place of beginning, and containing ��ix hundred and forty 040 acres  more or les'C  The claim is marked as claim number two 2 on the map or plan deposited  in the olliee of the Honorable the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works.  Victoria, B.C.. by John Wall. The  claim is bounded on the east, by claim  number one I on the south by claim  number tli roe ���'! and on the west by  claim number live 5 and is crossed , on  the southeast, corner by ihe Akamana  creek si small stream which empties  into the Flathead river about live .">  miles south ol the international boundary line as is more fully set- out- on the  said map or plan.  Located the ."list dav of Julv, 1000.  Sarah M. Watt. Locator  14 John Watt. Agent  WANT Ft).  Sl'IOCIAL   RtfrltttSlCNTATIVK    in   this  and adjoining' territories, to represent,  and advertise, an old established business house of solid linaueial standing-.  Salary $21 weekly, with Kxponses advanced each Monday by-| cheek direct,  from headquarters., Kxpcnses advanced: position permanent. VVe lurnisli  everything-.  . Address The Columbia. li-'lO Monon  Bldg., Chicago, 11,1.,  NOTICE.  Take notice lhat all or the expiration  oi thirty days I intend to apply to tin;  PTohorable the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works, Victoria. B.C., for  a special license to prospect- for '-coal  and petroleum in the -south-eastern'  portion of Fast Kootenay, in the Province of British 'Columbia, and more  particularly described as follows:  Commencing;.at a '-post 'planted oii ihe  northeast corner marked Alexander  Wall,, northeast, corner, and running  llience south eighty SO chains, thence,  west eighty SO chains, thence, .north  eighty SO, chains, thence east, eighty SO  ehains to 'place' of beginning ''.and. 'containing- about six hundred and forty <II0  acres more'or less.  The claim is marked as elaini ni'iiii-  ber lour I on the map or plan deposited  in tlii; olliee of the Honorable the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and . Works.  Victoria. B.'C .by John Walt and is  hounded on the east by claim 'number  three Ii and on tlie north by claim number live .r> and is crossed  on   the   aoutb-  NOTICE.  Take notice that after the expiration  of thirty days 1 intend to apply to the  Honorable the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works, Victoria, B.C., for a  special license to prospect for coal and  petroleum over that piece or parcel of  land situated about four 4 miles north  of the international boundary line in  the south-eastern portion ot East Kootenay, iu the Province of British Columbia and more particularly described as  follows:  Commencing at a post on the northeast corner marked ''-William Watt,  northeast corner1', and running thence  west eighty SO chains, thence south  eighty SO ehainsrthonce easl eighty SO  chains, thence north eig-hty���80-chaiiis  to place of bog-inning- and containing  about six hundred and forty 040 acres  more or less.  The claim is marked as elaini number nine 0 on the map or plan deposited in the olliee ol the Honorable the  Chief Commissioner ol Lands and  Works. Victoria. B.C.. by John Watt,  and is bounded on, the easl, by claim  number eight S and on the north by  'claim number ten 10 and is crossed  through the northwest corner by Oil  creek, a small stream heading Up in  the tiuiiii range of the Rocky Mountains  aiid llowing- into the Flathead river  .about three miles south of the international boundary line und which is more  fully set out in the said map or plum  Located the 24th day of.riily,   1000.  William Watt, Locator  14 .lol'in Watt, Agenl,  NOTICE."  Take notice that after llie expiration  of thirty days I intend to apply, to the  Honorable the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works, Victoria. B.C., for a.  special license to prospect for coal and  petroleum over that piece or parcel of  laud situated about, live 5 miles north  of the international boundary line in  thc south-eastern portion of Fast  Kootenay, Ln the   Province  of   British  NOTICE.  Take notice that alter the expiration  of thirty days 1 intend'to apply to ' the  Honorable the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works. Victoria, B C lor a  special license;to prospect for coal and  petroleum over that piece or parcel of  land situated about nine 0 miles north,  of the international boundary line in  the south-eastern portion of Fast. Kootenay in the Provincejnt British Columbia and more particularly described as  follows: tf  Commencing at a post on the southwest corner-marked "D. W. Rhodes,  southwest corner'', running thence  north" eighty SO chains, thence east  eighty 80 chains, thence south eighty  SO chains, thence west eighty SO chains  to place of beginning, containing* about  six hundred and forty t>40 acres more  or less.  The claim is marked number one 1  on the map or plan deposited in the  office of the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, by .fohu  Watt. It is bounded on the west by  claim number iwo 2 and 'is crossed  about the centre by Oil creek.'a tributary ol the Flathead river, and which  is more fully set out on the said map or  plan.  Located the 25th day of,July, 1000.  P. W. Rhodes. Locator  14 John Watt, Agenl  NOTICE.  Take notice that after the expiration  of thirty days 1 intend to apply to the  Honorable the Chief Chiel Commissioner of Lands and Works, Victoria.  B.C. for a special license to prospect  for coal iind petroleum over that piece  or parcel of land situated in the -outh-  ea-t portion ot East Kootenay. in the  Province of British Columbia, more  particularly described as follows:  Commencing-at a post in the southeast corner, marked :*Maggii; Watt,  southeast corner", and running- thence  north eighty 80 chains';, thence .west,  eighty SO chains, 'tlienee south eighty  SO chains, thence east eighty SO chains  to 'place of beginning- containing six  hundred'and 'forty acres '140 acres more  ���or'less. '���  The claim, is marked -number, ten 10  on the map''or plan deposited in the  olliee, of tlie Honorable the Chief Commissioner / of I.anils and Works. Vic.,  loriii. II. <'.. by John Willi,. It is botitulr  oil on the east by claim number seven 7  iind on the south hy claim number nine  0 is crossed on'the southeast corner by  Oil creek a tributary of the Flathead  river and which is more fully set out,  on the said map or plan.  Located the 24th day of July,' 1000.  Maggie Watt, Locator  J4 John Watt, Agent,  north eighty SO chains, thence we-t  eighty SO chains, tlienee souih eighty  SO chains, thence east. eiifht.\ So chains  to place of beginning Containing -ix  hundred and forty'1 040 acres more or  hiss. <-  The claim is marked as chiim number  six (I on the map or plan deposited iu  the olliee of the Honorable the Chiel  Commissioner of Lands and Works.  Vicloria. '11. C . by John Watt, and i~  bounded on the east by parts ol claiin-  numbers four 4 und live o and on the  south by claim number seven 7 and i-  located on Oil creek aforesaid, a*- is  more fully set out on the said map or  plan.  Located Ihe 2Srd day ot July. 1000.  Alfred F. Marcus, Locator  14 John Walt, Agent  NOTICE.  Take notice that after the expiration  of thirty days 1 intend to apply to llie  Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol  Lands and Works,'Victoria, B. ("'. lor a  special license to prospect lor coal and  petroleum over that piece or parcel ol  land situated about ciuht S miles north  of the international boundary line in  the southeastern portion of East Kootenay, in the Province of British Colum  bia, and more particularly described a-  follows:  Commencing ill a post on ihe southwest corner marked "John Willi, south  west.corner", and running thence norlh  eighty'SO chains, thence east, eighty tt)  chains, thence south eighty^SO chains,  thence west eight\ SO chains to the  place of beginning and containing sis  hundred and lorty (U0 acres more oi  less.  The claim N marked as claim number'two 2 on the map or plan-deposited  by me in Ihe olliee ol the Honorable  the Chiel Conimissionci of Lands and  Works. Victoria, B.C..-and'is bounded  on the east by claim number one 1 anil  elaini number three ��l on the south and  i.s located on Oil creek, :i small creek  which Hows into tho Flathead River  about, three M miles south of the inter-  national boundary line and which is  more partioularly^sel out on the said  map or plan. , ',  Located the 2.1th day of July, 1000.  14 John Watt. Locator  number ~ix 0 and is located on Oil  qioek a -mall -tream heading up in the  main range of the Rocky Mountain-  and llowin" into ihe Flathead river  about three -i mile- -outh of the international boundary Huu; and which is  more fully set out on the s;u(] map or  plan.  Located the Huh day ol Jul^. lOtid.  Albert Wicg.ind. Locator  14 John Wan. Agent  NOTICE.  Tiikb noiu-f Uini ilniM ilay-, nfici iliiu-J ni-  tonu io :i])\A\ ii. in.. C'iiH-1 Cfiiniuis-loiK-r c.f  f.nuds aniJ Woiks mi ,i s-ik uul I.ici-nse m cm  un.l uairy uwav ilinl-.'i liom the lullowms uc-  scribctf liui'ils in Sutiili n.i-i lCodli lmy-'L-i'-mi t,  Uritisli Coluiiilini- C'oiiinu-ni'lDH ul n pr.sl  ])|iinte'l :il llie nortli��-.'-t coi hit or Ai iliur F.-n-  wu'k's iftnliui I.oeii-c llit-nre c.-isi si> .'lining  ihenc!' noi Hi is) i bain- ilicuco wesi, su eliiiin-,  llit'iici' souih h(. I'lniuis to pliicu ol litfiriiiiiu]:.'  Utui'.l iliis-J.ini .hi} of FVljiiury. I&O^  111 DAVID Xi:,WKI.L. Loi'hUji  NOTICE.  Xoili-u !'���. l.t'ivliy (-��� iveil that t'llitj Mays aii"i-  dmo I, ICiliih C. Iloojier, int.'n.l to apply to  the  CliK't  f.'oimnls-lonei- in  Laii'K.imi Works nml  llie   AssisliiKi   Aoiiiiiiissioii.'i-   ol    Lands   mi'il  Works for I lie nistrtci of i'��*-i  K'ooii'iiay. for a  lli'iiiiso to piospiut for co.'il  am)  pclioluiii'i  on  llie  tollowmg   il.l-i'iil,cil   linnI   iimai-.'   about  llii'i'i'urn! uiic hall miles wi-i   of ihe   [���'! itlioml  Hivcr iiinl iiliotii  Ini'null'-noi Hi of ill.'Jnti-i.  national liouniliiry, lii'llii' soiulie-istcrn poi-.iuii  of Kiisl Ivooionn.-. IJisliii'l. liiuisli C'oluinliia    -  Co.iiu-.i iii-ing hl'.i iio-l plumed .il tlir 'Oinli  O.isl coinor aii.l iii.ui,..l1 -uullujii-t roriH-i of  Kililli C. Hooper's <;o.il iiinl m.il oil cliiini, \>u  nitf the initiiil posl ailj'tuiini In llu'noi tlic.tsi  comet of Mirluic) Han/'- claim, llii'n < aoi it'  lOrliiiiiis, iliunci' wesl isll cliam- then'.'' soulli  SO eliiiin-, ihcnci: ouslri0 chain- I., the place of  boiji'iniiiK 'mil .'onlaimnt; OKI aon -  Kilitli ij. Hooper. Locito.  .lame- Ki-hei. Ntrou1  lutcil Uiis:MiiI -lay of .Ini.u.m., 1UUI.  NOTICE.  Take notice that alter the expiration  ol thirty days'I intend to appl,\ lo the  Honorable th'u Chiel Commissioner ol  Lands iind Works, Vicloria, B.C.. lor  a special licen-ie to prospect for coal  and petroleum over that piece or parcel  of hind situated about six 0 miles norlh  oi the international boundary line in  thc .southeastern portion ol Kasi Kootenay iind more partiuulorly described its  follows:  Commcnciny at. a post planted on the  northwest corner marked '-Manley  Harshman, north wes-t corner" and  running thence south eig-hty SO chains,  thence, east eighty SO chains-, thence  north eighty 80 chains, thence west  eighty SO chains to place of beginning  and containing six hundred and lorty  040 acres more or less-.  The claim is marked as chiim number five 3 on the map or plan'deposited  in the oflice of the Honorable the Chief  Commissioner of1" Lands and Works at  Victoria, 15. C. by John Watt, and is  bounded on the west by portions of  claims numbers six 0 and seven 7 and  on the north by claim number four 4  and is cro-sed in a southerly direction  by Oil creek a small si ream, emptying  into the Flathead river about three  miles south of. the international bourn  ary line iind which is more particular!  set out on the said map or plan.  Located the lOlh day of July, P.mmi.  Manley IJar-hman. Locator  John Wall. Agent  NOTICE.  Notice i- heiehy jihon thai iliui.v ilii\-  .niui  ilate r intern! In apply to I lie ('hicl Coiiiini-sioii-  ur of Land- anil Win I.s  .it   Vlctorm,   Ji C     for  a Twenty-one jour tiinliei Lease ovei   the   ml  lowing'lands in Noi 111 Kiist   '<<iuti.-ii.lv   -I'mn-  nieneinj.' at a posl planted on thceiist  Irnilc  .,i  the Kootuiiii-i 1'ivor al-oni -con inilci noith ol  Loi -IS'.ilt,' ihence east 1 111 chain-   Ihciiei   south ,  80 chains, thence en-t 10 ehains. them <; .onill "Mi  chains, thence easl 10 < h.iins. them c souih  -la  chain-, llience ea-l 10 ehains  thence -ouili   Inn  more oi le-- to the noi Lh limit of said Lot  IV.''.  llii'iice wosi ilium: srtnl ninth   limit 2iu chum-,  theuee north IM) chains  thencuwist   lucln.in-,  tlienee norlh -Jlo ehains tlienee \\< -i '10 chaini,  thence noi lh SO chains theuee west Pill chain-,  thence north SOchain-. thence  ei.-l   -.110 chains  lo place of ui'KinniUK. '  Dated this 17lh <la.\ ot Xovemhei. P'O.t   .  .->;      ' 'JOHN  KWIN-  NOTICE.  Notn e l- lieiehv ^i\ en that thut.\ dinsnftei  date I, John l-'inpei.' inicnd lonpph to ihet'hiei  ('oiniiiissioiit'i o! Lands and Work-and the As  M-lanl C'oiiiniis-ionei of Ltiiuls ami Woi K- for.  the Histnet oi I0a-l Kiinteiiry. foi a license to  piospecl for coal and petioleum on the following de-i'i llji'd land situated nhoni s;.\ n lies  north of the lniciuniioii.il Itoun.laiy nud aljont  one mile west oi the I-'Imlieml Hncr, in the  southeastern poilion ul Kn-; Kootemiy Uis-J  met. Hl'iti-h Coliinilnii  - '  C'oiiiineiii'iiiK nl a post pliinlccl nl Ihe south  eastcoinei iui.1 mntkeil ''-outhe.i-L eoinei ol  John Minpe\'-coal and t oal oil elniui", heuu-  the lil11in 1 piisl adjaceai to Ihe small i\csi eoi-  nerol Flank A How ei'- eliiiin, tlienc not th sn  chains, theuee west hi) < li. nil-, thence -outh SO  chains, thence cast sOehiiins to the pl.ue of hc-  l-Ti n n ing and i on la im n^ illil aeies  .    John J'^inpc\, Locator  James I-'i-hei, Aijenl  Dated tin--1>1 da\ oi .I.inuni y. UHil. in  NOTICE.  Take notice thai iliutj <)a\ - allei dale 1 intend to apply to Tlie Chief C'oiiuiiissioiici ot  Land-and Woi ks for a Special Lic.'ii-e to en;  and curry away tunbei fioni llie foil.>������ mu de-  soril-cd lands in .Souih Last Kooiein >��� !>i<.tnc;  liiilish Columbia: ijoininenciiii.' .u a po-t  planted about one mile souih ol Km. ile\ on  lhi" l'-iilioad njjht of w.iv thence east ?0cliaiiM  ihenee north SO ehains, ihcnee we-i so chain-,  llience -outh Ml chain- to place of hefrinuini;  Dated ini--J:h-.l da> oi Kehiunij. I'iOI  ' Id AKTHUK KKNWIL'k". Locaioi  NOTICE.  'Take notice that aft.cr'tlie expiration  of thirty days- I jiil.eiid to apply lo the  Honorable the Chief Commissioner of  Lands' and Works. -Victoria. I!.(.'!...fur ii  special license to prospect for coal anil  petroleum ovcr.i.hat, piecem- parcel of  hind situated about seven 7 miles norlh  of thc iiitoriiu.tioiml boundary line in  the southeastern portion of lOjisf-Konle-  tiii'y. in the 1'rovincc of Uritisli ('oliiiu-  bia. and more, particularly described as  follows: '  ( Yuiiuiciiciiig- at a post'plutilcd on t he  southwest' .corner marked , ,"A Ibor't  Wieg-iind, soul Invest corner'*., itiul run-,  ning thence east, eighty'"'. Hi) cliain.s,  thence north eighty, 80 chains, llience  west eighty SO'chains, llience. .-outh  eighty HO chains to place of beginning  and containing-about six hundred and  forty 040 acres more or less.  'L'he claim is- marked- as  'eliiiin. mim-  NOTICE.  Notice is heiei.y gnen that the Kootenay  Ceiilial !{ail-.Mi\ Company will applj to the  I'ai-lijiiient or Canada iu its no\t -e���ion ioi  amendments to(lhe Aits in.-orpointinK and re-  latim,'to the Compiiny by cvtcnilini; the tun,  foi the commencement, e-.tension and lom-  pletion of its miiin line ami branche- ami ioi  oihoi pui po-Os  Dated  nl   Ciantno..k    He.   re'nnaiv   l-ih .  P.iOI.  1IAKVKY, MiCAK'l'L'i: ,\ DL'XIMK  " -.Olll-IIOl- IO'   Ap-plle.int-  NOT1CE.  Notn e i- held.} i;n en tli.it tlmt i d.ij - all. i  date I lnien.i to .ippl.\ lo.the Chi, i Conimi--u.u-  oroi l.iiinl-:.n.l Woi k- lor ,i .-spei i.il Licen-. to  .���ill and carry a way.timber iroin ihe foll.nVinn  described lands in .South F.a-i Ivoi.irna.v l)i.--,  triet. Ilritish Columbia:  -  ' CoiiiiiKMieint; al il p-'Sl i.h'iai.-d i.i Ihv  mirihw-est cornel of Lot ,ls7-.��, ihenct- \m��� i hi  chains, Llieiici: .-ollth' |iV) ehuiiis, thenee easl Hi  chains, Lhenci: norlh ii'-d .-h-.i n- In il,.- ].|H,-,. ,,(  ��� Itesliiiiliiff' -.''..      ...  iiiiteil lliis-l.-ilh day of .Miirch. I'.mi.   .  'I'. II   I'Vinviel,-. L,,.-,.ioi-  lit' ,   '    Arlli'nr II. I.'eim-lck.. A'lteni  NOTICE.  Notice Is 'Iiei-.-hj (riven 'Unit tliiriy iln'y- alu-r.  dale I Intend lo apply lo llie l "hie'f Cmiiiiils!..iiiii-  erof Lands and Work- for a Special Licen'c I..  eol and carry away limber from Ihe fc.liowinj;  described bind." In suulli Kasl Kooieun i- l>i^-  iricl. IIi-UImIi Columbia:  Couimeaeiiiu at a'posl plant..'.! at tin: .-,>,,tli -  cast coiner of Kd. L..ii.len-s Jpre-euipiion' on  Mark fM-eek l>..'inn,lhe norihu-.'st corner of ||,  Lane's timber lleensr. Ilieiice w-e.st So chains  thence south SO chains. tlnMiee elist sn c.-hnlii.��.!  thence north so chains m pi,,,.,. ���f lieciniiini!.  Dated this ir.t.h day of March.,Hull. '  10. M. Fdiwicl;. Locator  I3 Arthur 11. Foinvic!;. Afent TIJK -I'-ROKlikCTOK, V()I!T S'VKMiiiiiK  <.'.',  APIUL n.   lniil.
^he U^o^r^tor.
^ATUUOAVV APKII. 0. .Ii>0-1.
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I   LOCAL NEWs.1|
<-iiiiauiuiuuua^atkUikuuuuuukkkku->
■A-...' ).'/:'   Sin it l,i.' ... Pcniio, -was, it
VI'lcst u 1, llie'I'mpei-iul. Thursday.
; 'A'.-,-/ I?    Fcnwii-U.; was. at Uran-
'b'rooi: 'Wednesday ori business: ;,■
A: fV:Nels(,>ii was^t Cranbrook
,'o r officialbusiness Alondayv';; ',' . ■',.'
■'- Al ■-. Doyle, „ili;o\-e V;6yeiv from
t-r:i ii
b'l'fiolc Monday
■ '-\\y\i\ ; C-rowston   came,' up; tram;
•Tiul-I riv(M-'Tuesday:,6ii' business':
Mrsj; \icM).lla.ti,vAVihiier^m:aS;,a
_-_ r truest ;iv. I!i(c'tinpe'riaUWeil'iK'sday
-^tririaruinrrrinru^
| Imperial Bank o^? Canada
%
.•'■'.'. -'CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   $4,000,000 ' :^     ■ ...
''■     ,'; ;'       GAPJTAL (paid iiii)1-:--    $2,083,896 : ,,:    ,;-   ^
,    ,:   REST ACCOUNT'■%/:   -'-..-,$2-636,312;.:;, ;v;   ;V.-'
';.H'^ad'v'OFFicer---X,t=>ronl;o;^-';v.   V '■"' ,..;:;7";',        .'v' \.
■;f...R.;M'lCI;ll''f.'!.T>rvl/r«sidi'nV IX lXf-W I bl< i.K.' Vice-P';'1:- und;< ieri. Alan.
AGISTS    1^
-London.   .-,.":; '. .'      .•''.;..•■',.:.''.•..; •: '■:...,•:    . '-,.'''■'--. .;..'.;;;'   '.'...:■' '.;...■.,'■'. ..::.\..\.-.,
;■'.•''■'■■■ ""■-:■ •'•   ;   !,: Xcieiierut I lanlciiig'- T fusinc'ss Ti-ai'isiu'led: ■'.     .-"■..-■
''Saviiitrs :Bi|,iilx'Dopai;t;ttiofU.,;--ljiloi'<''M'iil!owod On.deposits.
LiCnanbrDok-iBra'ncli'A
jr-v h^mars H; M a h'age.Py«!-=
ri'CKjnj^iTEJriinliiln^^
I   The
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Canadian Bank 01 Commerce
HEAD OFFICE — TORONTO. ' - ■    ' ^
' Paid'up .Ciip.if.al $8,700,000: Reserve Fund$:1.000,000: ; ;„,-      • ■
' Aggre;(iite Ifes-purees Oyer^,000,000 Nov. .'10t.h','' 1003. ,";-\. ;.'::■-
'-■■'/'■' London Office; (SO. I.ombnrd Street, K. O.      ;   ;     ,  p   ,  -.   '
■' ..-.",:': New Vo'rk •'Office;,'I jr.lixchaiiRC, Place.-;.'.',..,.. .■'/'., Mv
:Aiid IllfbranehesiiiCaiiiida and the United States.''". ,.:
I   Cranbrook: Branch,     '     ;^
,#'
*
F. C. MALPAS. Manager.  $
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]■ -;:^':; ■;:; North ;Star.,.!"0ti.ge|.V:^-|->.,;:-,c;;hiiJs:.';K1 woiiv/^branbriivVr;'
'■ ■ -.;■■•■'       ;'''',;", ;,/;. i-iAvtss. at Steele'.btv"'. business; Wed-
.'"■'/\^:"..''X\:':'    ' ■".■'■''"■"'■   ■'• "'■'•'■•■'■'.,■'■', I •-■.-■.   •■"■-  "—"—'    ■   -: ■'.-'-.■' .,'; -   ■■ -
;   ';'>n/^; ■;:■■-   '; ',-.- ;,;-,.,., /.-',.'::.v'I ,■ George;, Arnold came tip fi'oni
. ■ -'!a.'f. and a.;,w,",'''."g."r.;"-b.; <3.':.;.; ^j,Port Steele Jurist ionr.TuVsdinV.bn
;v:;,;v ,\ '.;-- ^^W^,^'. ^HX,-?| biisiuess.;.;'V:';'';..; V:K" / '/•/'":' }"v'-"'^
"'',?'.■.;• iif-'x'iilu'i: ./hiei.'.tinjjs.-^'l*'*'-. 'T.ii.i-siJ-i.v -'.li'i  vi.»c'l'.'-|''.'-     ,:' '■-.'  ".!'•■■.''';-'r'.''..   ',-———, ''   7.'.    ,-:   ''f..',.'" "'"
"month; iit liiyliio'cl.i-cu;   '•.•yi'si.i!iii.'<:lfi;;.'ihc-rii.'-iir'i' ■:•'•
cor(1i;iil,v;in.vit-.'(l,:'.,' ,.   '.--;- ..;- ..;'■;■;-'"
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Kv ,^. 'MtCotntellaiid :E.,; Nich-
bison'-V".'Oiiii'iibrdbic,' '>-\vore-v.-'!a-bi,the::,
,,;:;';KiivHlv(;r t/?o^.'KcL;:;i;:,:<•-;•(:;,;.rni'^iiK^.j j',,,-.^,.;.,L:-S.qncl'avv,:'' - ;,-;. ,C -. -'',. '.;:„.:.■
■.' -:"hcld;:lirst;,l''riJii:> "of tii,cfi-nJ':Kit!Vi> ■;.-: [/-■:■- -/.:' t :/,. ';"...,,...-;;'    '''."..'.;'±'^    'j■■/'/.' VS.'-'\.v■:'-..'■''.-.-
''.-'   .1 Ci-anbroak- Loclu'tl.'.'bninttrook/ TO-uliii- meet-,f0; - ^,j^ iX'TasSltlltn,   Perilil^' WHS:
(.-
■^Rock^
;;;■■;.--'-; --'W;--- ,.'•■;•'-■ '.-•■■ -'-t;-' x>:- '\/ '-■•-'•:■: -...'.■'i-veijisteted'. at- the' vl-mperia-l.-i-Sun.-.-i.. .'-■
,. ...... ,^.\.^. .i-...  i     ■,-.:..-.■./■;■ uav...; .:■:....■:■::?•:..,■.■.;■■.-....•.,.?..".:,..■■.■:„.. ■ .,'■■::■    :.-
,;FpKT ,'ST'KEt. E,". »'.,-'
'• Re»tiia-rruibe'tin^7^i<!-:Tii^dav'-in^:''' W,- ;KKv'K-OSg:.;   M..L-:;A.;...Wilis. i.il;;7 .'
"''eachmohtttltPeiE-nt^eloek;^
/i-.!"-7;'-.'-- ■ ■'■-.-■ ,'>;:; «■& .'; -:7*r- ,;- ■.     ■-;■/(.     ];;wit-l:r-'his-,inatn-fnehds liere.,,-•■"'://"/
■..   SojourniTi"- (..'oiiijianioris; are, ijord'iali.vvi .   . .       ..
;;;:. iri'vit-ed•'.,-.;,.-.• .;;;;..'-.;■■":":.'~ ;r'":."\v,,; ;g- -.';
"V-.f/AMferi .Hl.StOi'. Scribe;. K. j
:F* r,dies:sj0«aj',
;.:^ i-AI-'yA.,.BecilelV;:;Graub!-^
Ovitf t6vvui;Siin'da'v:. aiid;?\vas;'''intrb^vj Li.<%XJL L y i
-l,diice^l,to:''Mr.;.GPilli^of':MonireaLsaK^
-•['.''.'--■S.ti]jend-iii.i;y- ■''Mu^I^trate:;.A.rm'V.
: =i~^;f=:f^^ was 'holdine'a^siriaill^debt I
?HARVEJ,'McGAJRTER^£ MNBAR;; ccAii'traulQraubt'oiikv'WedhMdy:\
''^BARRISTER^Aiip'SQLl'qiJORS;,:
:^; ^.h'ort-e^;^Ibi;'i'i5sey-^Mi
.!;^:.j;'V^gistt> red;a tuli e'l^tn p'erial ^iie^
'■■'■d/i v'.i '"";■ '■'•;-; \;'-'.,v;<:°:';;";'L-7 •;-;-<.,;:'"-.-..":'/ ''"'";■
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=SS G,':W,,: K ^ART&R4;-i3:G;L,
    ;-Eoca].:uiifirod#:rei)pn^thal>:;ithe.
y/^TM''':''^^
:;V:r •CiMlei'fioiv'iif-n
;vAJidiyn^^
.>v>V.ill)'ili,s^illl:cl'i:':-"'C'pr|-erip^^
:.;;ed;^;:t;:;. ■;, -;:;; ;;;;>„;:.;;;,;;. 4 v:;;;r^;;:^;v;;;i";;;:-;;
;^c ;SiyKi^A j^'S'^t, ^oresi^eie-f!:^:;
;:!'!.;l;'':''";l';oi-t.-8i*niu,-B.C
' o U |. ;t i ni <*r i i i ��� ;b h i $ d is ti let ^>v as; "J n
;fo^ii'V;i'lpndrtyft'shak
; .with; ''liis"bjdi'ciW^hMfeKd^i^P^S'v
;.';';Wi'],iiamiC5i.ii;li.ii vrefcu'rned;, Sttn-
lity fi.piil;a;Aisiu:t.o.;<2;i1gary'i;:;He
* *, v-roppi-ts pbId weather and sleigh-'
ing,.iii'.'.f'.hat-.'cit-y: ;--:-.,'\v :;.:^;;  >';
,.     ,..,.   .   ... . .    ,-    -      - 7<-';   W^l?. Car\;ei',\.B:'C.L:l^met:
'.F.tiu'i'-'si'i'KKi^j |,M:via;.b-Aii:rv;irs.v;Nni(;A'ri:.[^io.j AA'it-h ;.t serious accident-Saturday
';■;'■':'.■'.;"■• ■   ''    ''"•' }■';   •';'-;.;":• >:./■'■ "';..'-!''"!-'tr(vims'had his whiskers ampnta-
■   IKK I'.,i>ii(l('nlii'i.ll St.nv.il-: l.oiiiloii. Kiitfliuul.. ., .1 ..'  ,-. .'.-"  -  ■■'.• -'.:'.-.-- ,.,,."■   ■    .,„   '■
■■'.: ,-■  I- -    ,!. ,........-        ..--.''■   ',!-.,;';. ; .   ■;_,. -.-;-..•■   j 'lei.1. -. . ■ ...   ,;..-.     .--.,...:..   .„';,.', V ■,;' .
N. Al'vVALLINGHR,  !'     F.ORT-STEELE, j "
l.'OS'l'OIi'I'-K.'IO.H'-JX,!-:.
....-    .->-■  . h, ■
Mrs. R. TJ.".Henderson, Michel,
I anil;Miss.^Koblin; and .Mr.'a;Cain-
.'jerohiFernie. .were guests at the
'-. l3 .-'■-'C-v.!'". ./'s-j-'t ,;, ,-,V;'» vi'/-;-'C-■'""■ -'i Sirathcona Suu'day.    -;; ■•;;;, -.,
■.•'.•■•'.'■'■.(■. '.(..•i.'.CIJ MM I'N(-;jS'.'''„'Mv    »..     ■--..-   : ..   • , V".      . :-•,'-,.   '-■-.
'   "■•.  '■"'.■ '' cwiL  ENOiNEERn;,'■-'.■       :   I    '.1 ohii   B:   Lai'sen   came   down
' ■''.'.." ' ." .   o,'       ,"''"-^' ■■'■' v   - v'!. from 'VV-ild Horse Greek Tuesday
; Provincial    Land ■ S.u.ryey.pi:,. ■   , kuferid .^meeting; of  .North
PORT   STIilEr.E,.-.TJ.:.'.C."
GEAR.*; AiEO^E'.
Star Lodge;.
v Livei-Uf. PfiBf! &- -Sale Stable.
.   .;;-'. ......    \ .    .::■'■ • I :•'
'.■'.;■ ..-,   ■'•■.''. .; Fort 'Steel.e.l-J.O ..,'''.■. ■.     t:
'    lle^uhir   [)ai!v   ^Ki'ii'e   ineets .-all'
''trains'at Forli ^|.eoI<: -J'uuerroiK • •*
:-.-    "SADULE.&. PAi/'IC'-'HORSE?-■'.■..,■
1 KA MJNG"i'i r ;'..\ f.1,! K IN f>S S S U. ICC.i.VI.T'i
i•■:■-'. Gai'denitig' is lit:;prde'r ;ubw.;
|■Mariyuif our citizens are already'
j acquiring.health, from, tbatexer-
i 6i.se.'':'■■'■'•■.■.-' " ■ ■'■'.'..■ ■-■ '■■■■ -,'-:,- ■■ -'.v.'..'.'.    V-
!.,. The Fort Steele 'brewery will;
■'! soon coiHrol the' beerv.;,trade pf
1 .Southeast Kootenay. Jts 'bavrel-
i-id .and^bottled beer is laakihg
rPernie. famous.....':"■'. ■"       ' :  ■.■'.
The. earliest ., messengers . Of
pring are all the more wel-,
om°e-through the season's. long_
.ela'v,, 'The robin was   the' first"
a.ui.o later.
Fort Steele :
,        Diamond Jubilte
".'.■■,       '.       ,:        , '■Hospital-' t'rriyai-.:-\-the  bluebirdi „ aiicl'.' lai
This,, riisti;:i.r,ii>i;   i-u
.enlarged .bv :i.!-■:>'■  '■■::'
open'   for ■ I'l'i.-i.'i'.' l-i'*;:   <-
ternisappU.;.,,    . ...' :   ,.      , ,.••' '■ ,-'v ■',    ■ - ,','4' fm 'peria'l W'ednesday.  '   Mrs.
• J; 1:\ .SM.m'i',-. :-V>\   ;''   I-'.-.i-i.'S-..-..■;,-,■ !.-;.('
.i.'.-.'U    ■'■'•..•llU. 	
';''V'"':  :". '".■■1V ; . 'Mr! and"Mrs.  S.    Bonnell   and
";'"l:r"  ' !'y>r   -liiUli-i'n. Fernie. were^guests'.at
I'-!
J.   HIGH WARDEN,
onneic. aim the children ■■ will
■(•in'iiin nt Kieele, for, several
.veelcs; .
'Donald A. .Downie,   Ochre riv-
■PTnMPFD       OS  P kFD    ChO?:      U01l!i.l(!..'\.  WOWHJii,   wine nv-
riUiM-ij^'iv-    urtiibL-n,  _>iLvJL  i._r_ _\]an:, ,wa,s in town during the
EYerydnii- SM-icliy .F-r.-,'i Ciass1.: i»ast,>v,^l<-.'    Mr. ■ Dow.iie is look-
■./'    '   .,     "•' _^' ; im for a cattle rancli.    Ticvisit-
Next tiaor .to't/ie P7V>s/ieet<•!■;'-.      ■ ,.(| iii,.. Hiil'erancli Thursday.
';■',.;, WANTED ■■
A      nillll. ■ ■I'i'   ■:•";-:•. ;.■'..-li:       :-1   ■•'■ •'■.' M'-'i s,
(':itK.\'n.'.s-i''Nr.i,'SKi.'n-'.'A;" -in; ilu-'iovjirol
fori .S|.ei-|..- ii'iiiI •■ii;.-i-" 'iii!':o'.:' '(-'uii'itr;. ,
iind ciikii oi-di'.i'   -"■' '     • "
OUR   HARDY . SPECiALTI-ES
it)   Fruit. Trees,   Sni.-iii    Fruit,-;,   Qi-iia-
, irieritul  Sbiiibs.. llo.w;,,   Vui.-s
'   ■'       ■ Svi-il   I'ol Hl.o'-s.   .'.:.-.
'N'iu 1,1 day bein£. Easter Monday
,i.ml -a statutary .liolida.y, tlie. gov'-,
"i-ii-iiienv olilces at. Port Steele
..vi'i" ,-!ii.si'(l.' but tlie (lay was not
•ibs"i-V('d by merchants and business men u'-i-nerally.     -.-..-
'' ,       '
'      MANA'IKi:     W-ANTKH     -.
.Ins.- Si'ii!.-.        -. .I'''.! !..:,,!.'..:
|.|i<- i:i-hl  inn-. ■"   ■ i:;-:'-r -:!'!■
mi.--inn. !
Stone & 'Wellington
'I'i".]-! wort Irv iud.v'-or ^.,-iit li'iniin to
'""' '",'"1 ■ ■oiina'-ji- ini-iif---' in ,ihi- i-iiiuH'r.v ' utid
i.Hi   I'oi-    ,,i .,,i.,|M,_,- |,-i-i'i;..i y I'm- wi'll  and   favor-
IT ..-in
ll.
I--, i.vriu i.i; :<i i.-si-'.ki i-'.s
i    iniii-i'     nl    -olid -■ (.1 It Jl ii<- i Jl 1
-':n,din:.'.' --.'ii.oii -i riiiL'lit i-iish salary
,nnl i-.\ |..-i,-.'- paid nl.-h.Monday by
.■!i.-.-l< iii.!-...-! from lii'i'nli|U'arters. Kx-
ih'tisi- Mii'iu.-y ail'.in d.      rosition  |>er-
. Ti-:N'ViKi<S''rbli T'lJiiiEii Limi-i>
S}i\LED .'l'E'XIJKKS Wiltbe rc-ix'ivoil   liy;tlio
;luiHli:i-sfeiie<luirtfriionii:o
"Miiv"lyO-t/.l'i-o.iv.'iinv pei-sonwlio iniiy, .ilesiry to
dbliiin ii loiii-'Oitiuiler tlie': pfovisions.. of scuiiou,
-1^ of tlio vI^imt.Ae-l.'- fdr'Llio piu-poi--,i'..'of cuLliiiu
'timber tliei-oft'diii; of-:i limber liniit'siiuutuil ou-
u-cst side of;'Elk River, norib; of llloek I.ii'.i-I.:
known ii's'Lof li.-lO.'Group 1. ICooloiui,v,Dist.rict
opi'uainiiifji'.ii 'tli»'iisgi-eBiilp..i;-.lp5 ai:res.r ,' ' '•, ,
'The couipeiitor , offering' llio liigliciit-'wisli
bonus, w.ill.'be enliilt'il lb a lense of tlie.limiis
for'n ibi-m of 21 yeurs. ;, ,-.■' ".     ,'     ;   „      ■-.; ,.   ^
"Ki'icii lonilei-iiiusibe'iic'eoiiipiiiiiecl liy.i'viiertj-.
lied i'lieiiue.;iniiile'(p».viibleto tlio...uiHlorsiifiieil:,1
'to'cover tlie'iinioiint- of .tliq llrst ypiir's reiual,
.(^Inil.rin) 'unci tlie -ninouia of bonus lenderea,;
and also a cerulie'd.clie.|iie foi'.*ii«.2S'. bciiw the
cost of cruising and surveying llie limits.,,, the
elie-iueswill be ni onee returned taimsuceess-
fnl eimipetilffrs.  ..,.:    '•-.-   ... '.'.'  . ( ...';
"-■ ;;    ,i;.>v;'s.'G9.itK,.:«:;,.:;:'' .,-■;; ■
Depiilil CoftimissitmA'■ ot'}Lifvd* & llVir/.-s-
:Lio\ds oiid'lYirks I.)(>))aHivcvL:        °,   .■■'■■
'.. ¥ict.<>ria/.l£p.,,':SSllrM.arcli, IU0:,7■.'"'■".
INTHli COUNTY C'CilJKT Ol-'.   ICOOTKNAV
-   ' ; 'iipraiEX.AT.i'-OK't'sthki'.I':. ;
;;,;,;,;'.,     .'^ jiK'0.!,A'r^-;   ;.:"   '.".. 1/
' Notiee'is hereby, given that on the 10th day of
.\itii-i-.lV .I'.ioi. it -wii's ordered by .1. A. Forin. :
"iisi'i':, Judge of the said Court,■■iliiil'.i.l;iiiii)>i-t',oV-"
gu.son,Arni.stroiig. O.lliiiial Administrator in and
for that, portion of the■■ County,6'f Kbolenay .".ot
'iiicluded ,iji ■'. tlio" l-aeetoral, Distrielsof Keyel-
stoke and' Colunibiii'kbei adiiiinisti-iilor.'on all
aiid singular llie estate of .I'lCTEIt LAKSSUN
,uiius PF-TKK I.: KKVfiniK of Wasa doeeased,
Intestate^.       .        '      \' ■-... ■.':■
Every person indelned io the i-snid deceased
■is reiiuired to make p'nyiiiein'toi-tli'witli to.'the
iuidei'signed.  ■■■■-, '■■',,       ,,,'.' ; ;' '
Every, person', having in possession off eels he-
iongiii'g to deceased is reipiired. fortlnvitli to
notify the iinilersigiH'd. ■;,: ,      ,'
Every Creditor or .oilier person;, having any
.•liiiui.npoii or interest .iii., the distribution of
llie'estate of ,the said deceased, is required
"Ivitliin thirty days-pr tiiisdato lo send b.V rOgis-
lei'Cd le.tter. addressed,to the iindersighe-l. his
liiinie .'aiid address and {lie full particulars of
his elaini or Interest.-, and a slaieiui'UI, of-his
account and the natiiii' of the, security, (if any)
acid by hiiu. ,
'Alter the expiration of the said iliii-iy days
llie Adininistriilor will proceed with; the dislri-
bulion of the estiit.'., having . regard to I hose
claims only of which lie shall have, 'liiul- notice.
Dated at l-'oit Steele.Ill is I'.ilh day of March
b">l.   , .'   ■ '      ,,      ■■'■■■'■
'•' '.JAMES. I'-|.:H(1,US(.INT aumstko-vc:.,
.  '.   .Onicial' Adniinistrator.
,   ',.' '.'.■■ ''l-'ort Steele.  III'.
MINEUAI- ACT.
(.I'-'HIM   l-M ■'  .'■
.-KleTi i-'u'.vri-: - >i-' I mimu iVkm knts.
::i\'I.!Hviiig:;sbld,:'niy i;a'neir;;;t; woli'iltlike
io.-'djspo'.stvcif.rh^
tnen t A:Mp^hi^/'/ ■ ^i^:^£:;fei.;v.v;^.J;!£
¥,:.6ne'|Plfn\y>, ^.^
;;;:';-', .SeFor^orls^.l^ariibSs,'': ;';.■'■;
;'r." Logging:cjlaiiis, 'etc.;, luid-a;-lo.t
pl!(small'.;■ r;irni',;articles.:; ;AJsb a:
halI;   i h-teI'est; ,,in   a^; M,cG/bil'ma'clc;
'Binder:-  ��'■'.. ".;'■;..:"■ ':.-'-.' ^■■■■/'■■■^■<'-:.■■■■■
'■■'■ \\Vt'ite or ap]iiy to ' "■''■'..'.' ; : !- ■.'-." ■'■-..:,■ -','.'
: ■'."'- ' ■'":.;: •.''/ ; '. ''"'"' A:.«I.!AX1'E1.:. -";: ,'::
Viii...l.i,ort«Ht.eole.:. '.'.:   Lit'tlc" BultKiver
.;.'■   The Fitir Route. '■/■> "y
:■'. \'ia Chiea^o.^pt-S iSTe\v Orleans to'St.
Louis, is the -one,;thitl-,« g-iyes you the
most I'otvyoiu- •■. UHuiey,—and ;,t,lie I'aet.
tha\^th6:'T'LL'i>T0:rS^
'misufjjassM. wrWw.'.'via' these,iloiiit..--'.tp
the WORLDS' .l<1A'.[i.if',iii.i(i in this eon-,
neetion to lilt iKlints.beyond, ,'tnakos .it
tby.oiir advantage,■'■,ii,i;'.i;ase,-.ypii„epi'ite,iii-'
plate' a ti-'i]) to'any, point,,oast, to,writ9
UHibelWe niaki'no- linal iu-riinH-en|Ciitsy
i'W()"etui dlVer the elioiee of at, leant  it
do/.eu i'lj ll'erent routes, v.* ' ■.'''.■'■•"'
13. II. TJlUMBUIi'K; Obinin6rci;il4\yeiit.
,";;■■".■     142 Third St., ^Portland. Oreo;ptf.
'■ ,.I. Oi LlNDSEV. .T.F..& t'.A.    :■'
.'     ';,';-,.'I'tf.2;Third St..' Portland:■'Oregon:
,li'. B; Thompson.   L<\ &1.;>.A..   Ilooin
1; Colmaii' Bldo-„ Seattle,■ Wash'.-"-'.'-;  .
e^KEINiiSillDlJllIGK
":.G E:N BI^A;i#::iM ER'€ lt^N:TS}
•ijL.i-ii!.;..;^,..
"librf
■ Steele }/}
S^ole.Agents1;% tlie
KoOteiia>'.
COWPANY
This Steel,, is^guaranteed to be .'equal' to' Jessop's br<; Firths ;in all
V?S''-l;lAK.b':RoCKvWpKic;'..!' j/ '' ■   : //':. ;;:>,'' ':"=; ,■ '':;"■/'' •.  :,:■: .;';.;^' /\"..:/':.
Mining  Supplies a  i^pecialit^^ : '^,:"
Agents for tho,; iVi:ASSEt   U ARRIS'; 'GO-'v.^inited' ; V  ■•-/:>: "Sr
Farming   Implements.
NOTICE.    -,
(I ah ire  Mineral   ( • 1:1 i 1 n -,.
Sllllilln III tlie l-'ori Steele MIlllllK lljylsi'Ui ••<
Elisl K'oolenay Hlsl rid.
Wliei'-e loeiileil': •-< m Sullivan Hill.
Th lie n.ii.ic.-. I.li-.it I. .laiiii-s A. Ilsu-vey, I'-.M.(.'■'.
N'o. "|-.(nw:r.' iiiti'iit, for ChurifS ('!. I'-arrcll. I''.M.
1:.. ,\'ii, •■lli-.e.vi'i-. Waller ■('. Ilurcliel I. l''.iM.f'.'
\',i, "IIiiibi.v:". U..l.cr.i I. 'I'. I'liill.raltli'. !■'. M :■» '.-
N'o. •■lli'.ii'-.'.i:'.'.'. .hiilMin II.   I.hmkUi.v.   I'".M.i'.'No.
Your at-tentimi is i-alled to the
■M-'ione'er I'.iinit.ed" trains of tlio '■•Mil-
wai'ikee. -v. St. Paul Kail way." '"I'h.e only
pi'i'lei-l, trains in tin.',world."       ■
N'ou will Ibid it. desirable  lo ride on
those, trains wlte.it. jroiii"' In an.y point, in
l.he'KasI.eri!   Stales   or  ('anaila,.    They
I'ioniteet    willi     all    ■ Tra.usrptii iiu-nliil
Trains   and    all"   Ti.-kel,     .V^i'iils    se
t.ieliet.s.- '.''",'
.''or I'urlliei- iuforinatiou, paiuplilel^
S General JVierrcharit AND  ! 3
~E'.-.'.'•■.. L/icfuor Dealer*. 52
Z^j '• IvTanul'a.cturor of all 'Kinds of dumber,       A large assort-    CZS
^ nieiit of seasoned Liiinber and Shingles always :2
ZZZ':., ' ■ on hand " „
DIM IONS 10N,:      LUiMBRR   ;'A      SPECIALTY.    ,.      =3
WflS.fl-
BG;
i-1;
^iuiiiiiuuia(iiiuiiiiiuuiiiiii^iiiiiiiiiiiiiUiiiuiUiiuiiiimii^
, i lv,-r .-till' .\i-i-i
iiiarie.nl.
Addr.-s Manau'-r. SKI   (.'onto
TORONTO,
ONTAKIO 1 l.'.loi.'k. < "niiM^'u. Illinois
■I'.hiii'.h:',--,    \v i 11 in hi    .1..' I.hurley.    P..M.<.'.    N'
■ituowo". i'.'iM-in c. Siniii'i. i'-..M.<,'. Nn."i(7i:i('>:t" i ete. ;lsk nnv 'l'ii:l<el, A j^-i'lit in
.iii.l, Aiiilfiv. I. in-;, liu. i.-ic- .Miner's ('erlllli'iit'iJ j |;.   '|,_   |.'()|;|), U.S.   I':.< i Wfi'l.
N'.i. -■ 1 ti.iK.;'.«;'' liiti'iiil. sixty ihtys fruiii' llie 'Intel
hereof, t.n iipl'l.v to.lli" Mliiini: Itcoril'-i ror.n j
i-ciliilciite o(.liii|in-'Vcini-ii,ls; fur llie put'l"'-.' ",' !
.il.lMiitititi a (lii.wti ll t.itwii ol' llu- above: claim.     I .
Ami   fiirt.li'T  lulu'  ,m.lie■ tiisit.  action,   liml'-r |
scrtiilll :ii, ltlll-1 lie cuiiliii'll'-i'il I'.'for.' tin- isMI- I
MM.'.' of such I Vililiciil.. "I liii|iniv.'iiit'iit.s.    ,.     •. i READ.
Ilate'l lliis :.'."l,i' .lay of Dcreinber. A. .').. 1 s*«
'ass.   Ajjolil,,
,'SPOKANK.
(leneral A urn I,
POKTI-.ANI)
J. A. IIAW.VKY.
THE PROSPECTOR.
eat Market
T. ROBERTS.  Proprietor.
1 ways On Hand.

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