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Array Li/ji-iir-j ul L-^ A��i  Vol. IO.  PORT STEEBE, B. C., SATURDAY, AUGUST G, 1904.  No 82.  GRACE DORE GROUP OF MINES  A   Nickel   Property 'Now   Being  ���    Developed. "  The Grace Dora group of  mine's i.s situated on Wild Horse  crook, about, three miles from  the town o'f Fort Steele. The  property is owned by Robert,  Dore. Development work consists oi' 11 tu nn el which is now in  about--to Tod. showing :i 'edge  JLvo feel in width carry high  values in nickel. A shafl i.s  down some 30,feet in ore. The  vein i.s a contact and cuts the  formation at right angles. Assay  ��� returns give from 0 to 14% nickel  with values in cobalt.  ''- Another ledge, ten feet in  wkllh, parallels the. nickel lead,  and is said (o carry high   values  in silver.  On this property the develop  ment has shown up  an  all-suffi-  ,. c-ient quantity of mineral  carry-'  ing good values.  The Railway Commission is'expected to arrive this week.  ��� .1. G. Sullivan, Winnipeg,  Chief Engineer of the western  division of the C.P.R.. was at  Steele this week looking over  the route of the proposed Kootenay Central R iii way.  The Kootenay Centra] Railway i.s now about to be a realization, says tho Golden Star.  There is no end to the wonders  the building of this road will  perform in East Kootenay. The  parties interested are now' waking up lo that fact and it seems  now that it will only be a matter  of months until we hoar the hum  of the construction crow. This  will be our reward.  RAILWAY OBSERVATIONS  By the Original Promoter of the  North and South Railway.  Mining Notes.  ��� . Southeast Kootenay is a  region of wideband varied possibilities, both mining and other-  wise.  The mineral wealth of Southeast Kootenay varies from gold,  silver-lead,,,copper; lo coai and  , oil. almost any one of which we  are proud to compare with  "similar deposits of mining districtsi in 'this province.  Two new oil companies'to de-  volop0holdings in the Flathead  fields have been organized .within the past month and, there are  several 'others iii process" of  organization. - - >  - General attention is being attracted to the Bull river district,  adjacent to Fort Steele, by the  operations' oi" the Bull River  Mining and Power, Co.  There is a good opportunity  for making money in employing  proper methods in the development and working 'of the iron  deposits of Bull river.  Mining  has  been   carried   on  continually   for several   months  at the  Watson   mine, and some  very rich carbonates  have .been  struck. ���  -One-    thousand     applications  have boon made for coal   aiid"oil  licenses in the' Flathead   valley.  f��00 licenses were issued on Wed-  c  nesday last..  Good   reports  come    in   from  Wild Horse creek,   which  go   to  show that tho returns   from   tlie  ���placer   mines-there   will   bo big  this year.  It turns out   lliat  the  government's  action   in   granting   the  coal and oil licenses in Southeast  Kootenay is  meeting   with  gen  oral approval.  Copper is the coming mineral  of the St.. Mary's river district,  and when transportation facilities are right it will take its  place amongst tho best copper  producing districts of Canada.  Incorporation of Fernie.  Proclamation was made in the  last issue of the- British Columbia Gazette of the incorporation  of the municipality of Fernie as  a city under the Municipalities  Incorporation Act,: The council  is to consist of a mayor and  six aldermen. Nominations for  the lirst election of a mayor and  aldermen will be on'August 12th  und the. polling will take place  on August Kith- J. M. Rennie,  is appointed returning officer..  LATEST EASTERN WAR NEWS  Ail Ominous-Silence--Most   Seri-  ous Conditions Exist��� Tried to  -    Retake Pass. .,  Petersburg'-  -There    has  Railway Rumbles.  Freight rates in  West  Kootenay will bo settled in a few days.  'St  been complete - and' ominous  silence regarding events at the  front since the receipt of General  Kouropatkin's despatch of  August 2: ' ItMs thought that a  most serious condition exists.  St. Petersburg���Whether . a  ��onera.l engagement is already  iu progress around "Liao Yang  between the Russian forces and  the three Japanese armies,  which have been moved'' against  them from the south aud  east is  t  not known. The.decisive battle,  of tho campaign is regarded as  certain if the Japanese follow up  Iheii- successes of the' last three  days. ���     '     ���  ;  To!do���The Japanese.defeated  the Russians at Simoucheng-,  and drove them towards Hai  Cheng. The Russians left 1500  dead on the Held and lost six  guns -^  The Russians in their second  unsuccessful attempt to retake  Mo Tien pass were repulsed and  forced back to their original  position after live   hours of hard  lighting.           A Large Forest Pire.  A largo forest lire is burning  on the west side of the Kootenay river south of Skookum  Chuck. '     ,  The lire started at Skookum  Chuck and is growing .larger  every clay. It has spread over a  large area, and is now travelling  south at a rate of a mile every  day. Tt has a width of from 12  to 1") miles, and has now reached  a poitil about IS miles south  from where it started.,  A large amount of fine timber  has been destroyed. "Hanson's  sawmill came neiir being destroyed Thursday, and was  saved after many hours fighting.  No one apparently is officially  interested enough lo stop this  fire which has already burned  over an area 12 miles wide and  IS miles in length. The area  burned is est i ma Led at 210 miles.  Silver-lead Quotations  58*  ���t.2o  12.fi2  4.S5  .Vow York,  Aucutt 7i:  liar Silver   Loud .     ������  Copper   Speller  .... ....  London, Anjriisl. 5.--Silver, 25 15-10(1  copper ��57 s d; lend, .��11 tits (Id  spelter. X22 ,'2.s (iti'.C .  ���' Market Conditions..  A fairly strong level of quota  Lions for tin lias been maintained  by London, but locally   there   is  little inquiry or interest.        -       '  Aside from exports, trade in  copper is - most -unsatisfactory.,  and prices arc practically unchanged.  Lead quotations have been reduced slightly, without any pre-,  ceptible influence on the volume  of transactions.  ���  With lhe advent of the Kootenay Central Railway  north  and  soli in   through    the    Kootenay  v.iliey   the    realization   of   the  hopes   of  the   pioneers  of this  district   will   bo   accomplished.  The  panorama of a new industrial era will then be spread   before us giving an opportunity to  measure  the  results  so   far   as  accomplished   aud   to   estimate  the   benefits   likely   to     accrue  from this great impulse.  '   In   the    main   range . of   the  Rocky mountains within a short  distance of Fort. Steele  there  is  a mineral district of great  richness that must give employment'  to  a  large   number of men, and  scope for, the  investment of  a  large amount, of ca pi till.  Placer miningon Wild Horse  creek has been a more or less  successful ��� industry since the  early sixties- Since that time  not a single year has passed, but  that a considerable amount of  placer gold has been taken from*-  the bed of the historic creek.  There will be a- genuine boom  in Southeast- Kootenay mines before 'the close of the year'1905.  The attention of mining men is  being attracted to this section by  the reports of ���the immediate  construction of' the * Root en ay-  Central Railway.  As matters now stand, it is  evident, that the C.P.R.,, coin-  pauy are determined to hold the  trade ,of Southeast Kootenay if  possible.. The railway and express companies are uioi-o than  pleased with the present amount  of traffic, and recognize the fact  that the best 'business is yet 19  come upon the completion of the  Kootenay Central.  Tt is gratifying lo observe that  all reports from the mines in  Southeast Kootenay indicate  progress towards the establishment of the mining industry on  a sound basis.  It is said that Southeast  Kootenay is largely a mining  country, and not an agricultural  one���this is true as to the mineral resources of the1 district; but  not true as regarding the agri-  cullurarportion of the district.  The best arable lands are found  in the1" Koolenay valley extending from the .International  boundary north to Canal Flat a  distance of- over one hundred  miles.  The building of the Crawford  Bay and Fort Steele railway  will open up a large district rich  in minerals, and Fort Steele will  be the supply point.  laundry did   $1,500  damage   on  Wednesday evening.  i, ' ' r  The assassin of Von Pleve has  made   a   partial   confession  but  will not disclose his name.  " A    Russian      gunboat   '   was  blown up to prevent  its, falling  into the hands of the Japs.  California Knight Templars'  lire preparing a gift for King  Edward in appreciation ol the  honor conferred upon Califor-  nians in sendiug a personal''representative with the delegation  of Ihe ��rcat- priory of England  and Wales' to attend tho conclave  at, San Francisco.  BULL RIVER ITEMS-  A Weekly Budget of News Prom  the New Placer Camp.  n  3,000. TONS DURING JULY.  Big Month's Run at St. Eugene-  Average 100 Tons Per Day.  LICENSES   ISSUED.  The   Famous Flathead Oil  Lands  -  Open for Development.  1 It is staled on good authority  that licenses for tho famous  Flathead oil and coal lands were  issued on Wednesday August 3rd  A large number of locators  and promoters are now in the  Flathead valley looking over  their locations. It is expected  that,, development work on a  number of coal and oil locations  will be commenced as soon as  the necessary preparations' can  be made.,    , '  ������   News Notes.  Russia is displeased and does  not'take much pleasure in British activity in Thibet.  The New York subway i.s completed.       It    contains   about  miles of railway track.  Winnipeg���Fire     in   Hauby's  ft is estimated that the run at  the Si.'.Eugene concentrator for  the monlh ending July-31st will  amount Lo about 3,000 tons, or  an average of 100 tons ,-t day;  says the Moyie Leader. ' This  would have boon a record breaker   month   were   it not for a- few  delays.    Tho mine and mill were  'i  closed tight on Dominion Day,  and .several days were lost in  putting the new rope =011 the.  aerial tram. The biggest run  for a single month was during  HiOl .when tho mill made a run  of 3.460 tons.  The mammoth body of ore re-  cently opened up iu No. 1 tunnel  is holding its own both in size  and in values. This ore,runs 70  per cent in lead and 40 ounces in  silver'. Work is 'progressing  favorably in the shaft.- The  tunnel at the 12f) foot level is in  900 feet and tne.v- a.-o J.-u'nng  ou the ore body, which' is seven  feet in width. This ore runs  about 40 per cent in lead and the  usual amount of silver. Drifting  is being prosecuted on other-  cross-veins in the shaft level.  The mine is in full operation and  everything is running in'a most-  satisfactory manner. Then* are  300 men employed:    .  Tt still continues to rain. It  looks as though we are getting  the moisture that we should have  had in June.  1  We have leveled almost  through the big slate slide of  IG0 ,1'eot, and shoveled over a  large'. , amount of superfluous  slate.  Mr. Carney took the kitchen  work for a few clays to relieve  Mr, Olondcniug who went Lo  Steele.  A: S. Connolly gels the prize  as a iishorman." He brought in  a char weighing ten pounds.  Bert Fraser received a  singular package ' through the  mail the other clay. He will not'  laclc for that, part 'of his wardrobe.  c '  Mike Kelly is with us again  this year, and the dentist for the  shovellers,   shooting   out   trees,  ,1 K  roots and all.  The burning of the Victoria  hotel at Cranbrook "afl'octod a  number of the boys here. The  following named persons lost  their wearing , apparel, store  suils etc., amounting to from $20  to '6100: Alex Berkley. Thos  Baird, Hugh Campbell, A. S.  Connolly and Bert Fraser.    ���  Dick Fraser'. wife -and Mrs.  Taenhauser visited camp on  Monday. "  W.   Stokes  of  Cranbrook and  FoA. Shandof Vancouver,   rep-,,  resenting the Canadian Pipe Co.  were'ar camp  on   uusiuo.ss -i/tn��  week. , ' ��        .    ���  1  Manager D. S. 'Guintor went  to Perry creek on Tuesday.  championship     regatta    at   St.  Louis.  Judging-from the high class of  th.e entries many stirring races  will be witnessed in the contest  started by today's preliminaries.  The practice work of -several  competitors has been very good,  leaving a doubt as to the probable 'outcome of each event. In  consequence there is quite a  betting interest in all the races  and considerable money will  probably change hands. ���    ��  The t wo days' programme consists of twelve events as follows:  Senior four oars, senior, eight  oars, senior single sculls, senior  double sculls, intermediate  double sculls, intermediate four  oars, junior four oars, senior '  paij- oars, junior single sculls, "  junior double sculls, junior eight  oars. - ' v  KOOTENAY CENTRAL.  Work of Location Commenced, at  the Golden End -this Week.  who  ��� Matters Political.  To Wrestle for Championship.  Vancouver, B.C.,' Aug. U.���  Frank Gotch, who claims the  catch - as - catch - can wrestliug  ciiampionship of the world, aud  Dan S. McLeod, the former  champion, tire lo contest for the'  title in' a bout here tonight.  Both men have taken great care  in training for the contest, and  they are said to be iu line physical condiliou. Gotch believes  that he will wm with little difficulty, but McLeod has a host of  friends and admirers who express confidence in his ability to  gain the decision and the long  end of the Si.000 purse offered  for the match.  For Governor.  ���The"Washington,' Democratic  Convention have nominated  George Tin-nee' for governor.  'Mr. Turner, is a prominegjLmino  operator' in this province, and is  vice-president of the" Sullivan  Mining Co.  ',' LOCAL,NEWS.  " ' ���  M.'iss"Majorie.  Armstrong   was  visiting friends at Steele,Friday  For,, information about Lhe  Lillooet bye-olccfion our readers  are referred to the following:���  j', rt'isvsaid that the grit machine  'has been fixed. The Dominion  [grease factory lias been Lapped.  Tho Dominion election is in  sight, because the government  at. Ottawa is out with another  bunco alien labor contract law.  Lil'ooel will elect Archie Mac-  Donald Lhe Conservative candidate.  .Lord Dundonald. premier  Laurier's foreigner, is making  things hot for the Liberal party  in lhe easl. The receptions, or  rather ovations, given, him in  Toronto as well as in other large  cities i.s a sure indication of the  loss of confidence in the Liberal  party.  Premier Laurier ' and Mr.  Borden have had a conference  and it was declared that prorogation will take place today or  Monday.  An election act was passed  Tuesday in Ihe Dominion House  which provides that Ihe returning officer shall lix the date of  voting in Coinox, Allin, Yale-  Oariboo and Kootenay.  J. F. A rm'strong, govern men t  agent, was at. Steele on official  business 'Friday.   '   .    '.  Don ���.'.'MacKay   returned    from  Ta Ta creek Friday.   He re per Ik  that  the  bridge   has ' been do  stroyed by lire at that point.,  ill, Kimplon, manager' of the  'Windermere n.ud y Fort,' Steele  stage,-line i.s expected at Steele  next week..  r.)  Dr. Watt, Mrs. Clark; Mrs. Lv  .'Jennings,    Miss     Nicholson  and   Miss-May   Nicholson- were  outing iu the vicinity of Kimber  ley Thursday.  Canadian Henley RegaUa;  St." Catherines, Out.. A.ug.,fi.���  On tho' new '"'permanent rowing  course Micro, lho best, amateur  scullers and oars of the U|nilod  States and Canada, lined tip today at the beginning of- the  twenty-firsL 'annual regatta of  the Canadian . Associa-fion . of  Amateur Oarsmen. Those pros  cut included representatives of  rowing clubs'of Toronto. Winnipeg, Montreal and other 'cities of  the Dominion, together with, a  notable aggregation of American  oarsmen   just  returned from the  ���'"All  thiiir/n co'me  to  those  ii'ait!" '  W. Irvi'nif and his staff arrived  this week in Golden and immediately   proceeded   to work on the  location of tho Kootenay Central  liailway,    which   is   to  connect  Golden with,the Crow's Nest aud  the- south   aud  opening   up  all-  that        valuable        agricultural  .country of the  Upper  Columbia  and   Kootenay   valleys,   to 'say  nothing   of   the    vast   ���mineral  wealth that will forthwith spring  into  prominence  and   open   the  eyes of the world to the District'  of -.East   Kootenay,  .where   the  buildins' or t.his Jine-will add immensely to the mining wealth>of  Lhe  Province,   for  it  is  a -well-  known fact that there are propositions in this district,which will  put all others decidedly  in the  shade, both in grade and extent. ,  The party got started on Wednesday   afternoon   from   a point  near fhe C.P.R. depot and   continued their line across the Kicking Horse and' will, follow   close  to fhe govern ment.  wagon   road  until Canyon  creek   is  reached, '  where   it   is  ex pected_t.hey_w.il 1  cross to tho west side of the Columbia river and  continue  from  there  on   to  Windermere   lake,  where the party from  the  other  end  will  be   met, and   two lines  run  from   there to the southern  terminus,   one on  either side of  the Kootenay river.  Although everything has been  kept practically in the dark, yet  it was known that there was  something in the wind several  weeks ago and the commencement of locating operations, this  week was no surprise to the  people at large, who now look  forward to the time when Golden  will become one of the chief  cities of the Province, if aiot in  the Dominion, and will naturally  be the distributing point for the  whole district.  It is also given out on  authority that the work of construction will bo begun immediately on the completion of the  location, which ��� is another  matter for congratulation to the  people 'of East Kootenay, and  which will provide' employment  to thousands, thereby increasing  the.population of the entire district: to enormous proportions. ���  Before long��� ISast Ivootenay will  witness '"'"development that will  surpass all anticipation and  understanding; foi;. with development, will come capital for  further investment,, to which  there i.s no limit.���Golden Star.  Construction work on the proposed wagon road between Morrissey and Fernie will be commenced next week.   ' THE PfibSPECTOI}   FORT STEELE,  B   CA,  AUGUST ti,   1904.  o  K,ST.\1U.I<1IKI>     e".'-=>  A..  B. 6race,  I'UBIJSHEK    AND    HU1TOK.  a ii   i-vci-i rY, n*rl v   drv  'only      the     utmo-M  and   vigilance    will  recurrence   of   thi*  year,    and  precaution  prevent    a  tires   which  have been raging in this district  ' tor ihe p.iM month.  Not ,    content       with      their  Ouvoied Lo the upbiilKllur ot Foil Steel.-    '-li-  development of tin: vast luiiioml rosmirei-.-. ul  rteKasiKooicn'ay minii-KflfatrWi. j)iratieal exploits in the Red Sea  phi .mui   ^a Russians are  proceeding  to  WL-1  HeadauartRFs   fox*   Mining   and   Commercial   Men  stir   up  another  * i\  the Pacific.  Subscriptions.     '-'�����"  Advertlhins: nut's , made iinowii on apiilicaiion.  Contributions arc solii-itcd from nil l��au.- ot Or-  district, but all mutter intended for iiui-lK'-uion  must have ihc writer--, -iKiiiiiuri-. , | -/.      *.      ��  the prospectoh,  is--- pnhii-hcd ,     liu^'m |m��� declared  everv  Saturday;  and has  a suaumtccJ 4 .  circulation l-use.  limn ����>  other pap��i | lpod  prOUUC-t* IO   bl  In East Kootcna>. It i-s all home Printed  ���nd domains  double  the new-  of  :in>  Mher paper in the di.-trict.  Ah  an  excelled.  hornets nest in  adxt-Tti-iii-i   mcdiiiin   ii   i;-  ��tje $fv0&p��rt0v^  SATUllDAY,  At'C. 1., KKM  Liberal ��� Conservative, Candidates  for Parliament.  !>'OK   KOOl'KNAY  '1JISTU1UT.  C1JAKLLS  li.  MACK'INTOSH,  OF   KlWil.AXD.  f-v  FOK   Y.VXE-CAKJUOO   DISTRICT.  "     MARTIN   BURRILL.  of: <;kaxo forks.  1 new westminster district:  "���    '    ���    J.  D.  TAYLOR.  OK    NKW   WESTMINSTER '  grain and  contraband  of war. The United States declines to recognize the rule, except when the cargo is destined  , for the armie.-vpoperating in the  ; tii'ld Thi-; rule is one of immense  .importance both to the United  ��� State> and tin- Britishr'Rmpn-e. '  .  x      r j  -  1*. was learned that there were-,  several iiKpiirie:*. for   real   estate!  during lhe pa>t week   front   out   :.  side parties who art1 desirous, iu,  view   of  [The  1  $  IT is beyond question time the  coming year will ��� be one or  irreat progress in the Fort Steele  district., "There is nor a town in  Southeast Kootenay better sicca Led for business than Fori  Steele. When the Kootenay \  Central railway is  completed   it  ... ,        ���      " .-,        ,        ,, Xntiee  :-. uer-ji-v ^A--. 11  ti-.at 1 niuinU thirt;.  will make Fori Steele   the  com-  ��� 1V. ������,.,. ,i:.���.,������,.���.>,lo t,u. Ch.ef eomaiu-  immediate   railway, de-!  1  velopnuMii   to  he  early   ou    the  ground.' , .  j     V   '     v      y-     ���*.  Russia    has' loiind    out   thai, j  ������the right of search is one thing;,',  the right to condemn ships with-'  out    the    decree    of    a   proper!  1 court ''"aiid    send    them    to    thi'  bottom is quite another." '  -^ * *- <  , .The 1'nii.ed States has inform -  ��� ed Russia thai'she will   be   glad,  to'joiu Great Britain in demanding payment for the   sinking  of.  ��� the steamer Knight Cqiiiander.  NOTICE.  < r "  All    Modern     Conveniences  FORT    STEELE,    B.    C.  Large   Sample   Rooms,  for   Commercial   Men.  a**-11  mercial    towii    of  (I sy-, after tlate in  the     district    ' -.lOimr i'i LjnJ> iiei! Worts, of llie  province 01  ._,, *.   * , .,, I linti-h Columbia, tor -.1 license in  riro.speet   toi  The   miner  and   prospector will [ M).a .���,,, imT(tl..um ou uu* toiiovina .i^.-.ibou ,  be benefitted oy the construction ' i��ma�� Myuue.i iu .���juthe��-.t Ki-ou-imy.  ...       1 -  /-1   l>      A,,    1 ���]���,��� 1     Ciiftmtfiicin^' ul a  |io-.t plumed   ti\e   inilt-i.  of the h.U K.   All the conditions j M(1I.th .11U), llhlliu 0..,. .,���,i nir.:..-fourth mii<*s  of  a   forward   movement   in the ' vc-i'oi ih-; uonbcuMcwm-r oi Lot x<.. ��ss.  .    . .     -, ,   , , ,' theuee ubilli ��0 chains, thence  i-:i-t  -JJ i-hnin-  ,0  mining industry are at hand ami ;lhom.*t'Souui .wcitinns. men.*.* �������*��! -. i-hmns,  miners and claim owners.see the ��� w iimwoicommuncemt-nt   ,  ., ... , ,      ,. ,     U/ilf-il -iv.lv tth. 1WI  necessity ot   rapidly   developing  their claims.      rPhe present year !  has  great   things   in   store   for,  Fort  'Steele.      The    immediate  construct ion    of' the    Kootenay'  Central will giMiiKtoijiniu-fnuvjinci  *  m -  &  if  JOHN" 1JHOWN. l.&catur.  It Will be to Your Interest.  If, you  couteniplato   vi.-��iun��r  ihtiSu*  Lotii^ Kxpn.sui(>n. ui accure reliable in- ;  r.M luiuiuu, a"   i*���   11*; 11 unit    *��_'i ���;ot-.   *"W��^ _  nf  transportation- for   the ship- Jlowj.m-aU'B tmd this lwaJ. routo.-.   Alsn j  ments  bl'Miiachincry     int.)   this i ^   '��   1<,L,;l1 i-oiulition--   in  St.  U.uibii-  portion of the  district,   and   lhe   ������^���""���������.oi''- ��� \\"    \  ' v ill   von   will   ui-iti.-  the- miiloi-.-i^nud. ,  .Mhipiiiotil    of   ore  to  a-market.  feUllh;K  wh;u i���t()1.in:Ui0���' yon .lo-ire. '  also   cause   a   large   number'   oi'  mines to become producers, aud  tin: -niiii: will   bo  pi-ompily   furninheil.  If  wo  fio  not  h:ivt: it   on   hmifl,   will,  l>. Tl.'J'KL'.MHl'Ll/, ConitiK-rriifil A��oiit |  l-l-J Tliirrl  Strcot.  Portliiml. Ore. j  NOTICE.  the amount of development    will \-<M\\n- it lorymi it p..^ii.l.*, mid  wilh-,  he   incivased   many   fold.      The1 "��L ����y.oxiifn!i- to yen.   Addivss ;  inllux, nf  capital   will   be large, i  mid (lie iidventurous   jirospector  and miner will roup their reward'  This is a district rich in  mineral     T��� Wallor r. ,.im.he���. nlll, l0 UII}. othor|  second        to none      in        British j I>�� 1 l.v or piutK-MO whom  lie may lmvc- trims- I  .-,   1         . ._ , ferrecl  ills  imurusl  in  tiiu  "Galore" Minerul |  l_/011iml)ia. -j                                 'oiiiim  siiuiUy, im  Sullhrtii  Hill,  in  tin.-  Fori;  '��� *     '���*                                   i Steolu Mining Oi vision. Kasi Koon.-rmy. Uritisli i  If   the  Conservatives   wore in ' (!",!u,"'f,i"--  ,     TAK1-.   >.  power now. at Ottawa, the  ������Grit" press of the country  would be filled -with wails over  the industrial depression that  exists and the,blame for that, depression would be laid upon  t 'onsorvati vo policies.  The Mining Center of South East Kootenay  -TOTIOK   ihul  vmi  un-   hereby   re- I  ��� liiiieil widiln ninety tla-ys mini ihc ilrst publi- !  I'litinn'oi tli i.s notujL- to paj 10 tliu iiiidersigneil  ' tin* sum of w.'.OO. the unioiiiil i-.\'peii-lecl by him '  on youi inioiesl in -uiil cluiin   ior assusiniem  wurk up tii the lltli ilay ,>t Novouiber. J MR. I  AND lMJKTHEK rAKn'sO-mOK   Hull   un- I  I ius.s s-a-.il  payment  losuilu-r  wiili  all  uostsoi I  uiivi'itisiiii;   i.s   paid  within   thu   timu   aboi-i-|  suittjil. y'om- itittu-i'M in said clniti)  nliull   lnp-*(> !  In tlii- un��!orsi-..in;,l nn in I'.utni i.'' .-.aid oxponili- )  ./       ..      ,.        , ' "-"'i- ' '  - .     THIS NOTlCK 1- Bivi-n uiuii-1   Serliini   I   01 \  A     hurry-Up    order    mUSt  lia Ve ' the "Mineral Act AinoiKlliioiu Act, ll'Oi"  been issued to the Liberal  machine in lhr-> Territories, for  in the last few flays the party  has clioxni candidal<>-j in each  constitntMicy. A contest will be  bnmiiiit on while   the   <iiii.-.-be  UATKT) tin-'.'Mil day of .lune, H'O-l.  WU.r.lA.M .1    hAXtlliKV.  Tlie Largest  Mineral Areas,  and the IKEost  Extensive  Goal Fields on the  American Continent0  are Situated in  South Kast Kootenay  Agriculture  G-raxing and the  Lumber Industry  are Prominent  Features of the  District.  NOTICE.  .N.iin-c :-, lior.-ln xivi-'.i Hint ihirii days afioi  mitt* 1 iuti'ii'l mapplj in tin; CliicirConiiiii���.1011  - 1 --f Liuni- ami Wni);^ nn-1 i,ln- As-ihhih Com  [in-^iun.-r i-t 1.units anil IVnrk-. for thi-   Distrii-1  ���^    ,,i.ni-i:linir      ill      "t  l'".li'   KoiltUIM V  Inr il   I.UullM-tU   pllispi.*! I III!  is pi e\ ai 1 mif   i!)    .   ,     , ,,     , ,     ,,    .    ,      ,  . ,  1 ^ ' Vit .mil l'oirul.'Mm .111 llu- lulli.wmu ilc-1-nljcu  lep|'i'>-i(Jli    Ii-.-kI    Miuuii-ii at lhe Iii-iii) 01 Miirxallou Creel,  in-, .iiljiiiliiii:- llu- hiH'i n;itk>n.il l;i>unil;iry Iin--  li.-.L'l,     li"     ."Slilijlll ll-|.*:ii      1-nlliiMI    nr     lllltl-ll.  ' wlumlii.-i. '  ,       , ' I-   Cniiiiiii.-iiriiii; -.1   .1   |inst I-i.lined neat- iln- !  he.-i-i nf StHi'iiitlr-ii,.:i'i'ek nn--inili: norlh of 111.-j  The    attention    of    the, ireneni i . linuriiiuioiuii nn'miiiiiry line ami one mili: easi I-  ;'of I^usia O. .Milek'.-nzii.-'s liunhwesl I'.iiner po~l.,'i  Ifi.-iiij.'ll'ie.iu-iiial pd'-.t oi. Willliiin cilnyii's el.-iim :  I 11 ml irim-l-'cjl Willi:, hi (lloyn's norl Invest eorm-v ;  ; pi.nl.      Uii.MA:     -iii'llii       SO      eiiains,      Ihenre i  inst, Hi chains,'tli.-nt!.: iiorlh so  chains,  ilii-.m.'.- '-.  wiimI-.Meiinlii!. in tlie   |ilae�� ol het'iniiln-.' i-on-.  : i��iriini4 '.III in-rns nn.n: or less. !  :   f,oeiil--'<i .Inn-.- '.''.tli. iiiiil. '   -"��� A  WHIJ.-iiii (ipiyu, l.nciilor. '      ;  .loliii 'I', lihifr. A|,'t:iil     j  .'     i;i.ii.i.ienciiit- -nl   :i   iinsi'phuiuiil .iiurlli of j  ,'illd ailjiiL-ent. lo Wlllliiin.'liloyn's  elliim.   liA-iii;; J  'Jh- iiiiliiij.posl 01   .liiiin, 'I'.   Illuil's  elalm   iin-l !  yiiitrl'.i-il .lol.!, 'I'   iiliilY's ���.oniiiu'.-.M I'-irncr   posl. '  iii:-.nl,   loirg'ers. -.prospectors . 'anil '������ -nem- n.-ith mn-iiuiii.., liinnie east HiiAi-imiiis. 1  time     ll'l.'it.     )],,,],. Ar'1"',:"*>".til wii.'li.iiiiii,   tli.aif-e   w-iihi. HU cliains I  ' '.(. Iln; iih.i-i: ii,J ii.'iii iiiiiin,'   i''��iil:iiiilii).-  i'. Iiini-res t  \'iLriliui'-i:. must iifit vce;ise.     From ���; rM,r-..ur i-ss,  . , !  present indications this i>   to   h<-.'   '������"^<'-<>.ii'n-"i.i, i-i..i i  '. - 'A . .   .luliii '!'; lllull, l.oi'.-iMn- |  heve presjierit  ���the hint!     A bu>in  WOllbl    spell    dwt-ter'in  them  Sloean Drill  public  should   be  called   to tli.-  .lander   t.tf.  forest' ,fire��. ', '''This  "���<,.��� a   ;  niatfer should be given the .uios;,  serious attention by 'tbe,Provincial government'a.nd- the peo]d.i;  nf the Province. 'Already 'th'eiv  have been several large tiros in  this district, .and'it. '!.-.���: pei.-tinern'  1,0 call the attention of lumber-  iii:-.i 11, loggers,  campers al ttiis  The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway will pass  through Fort Steele and Tap the Greatest Mineral Belt of the  District. '������:-,..:''���: -^AA/''"--:" '':^--'^"'a-':A'-/  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  WANTKt,' SKV'MIIAI. IXPIASTKI.  ..lis.|n.*rr��iiis in I'iiolr.-iijti.i- in tiyivf'] toi  liinisi,-I'slnliiisli-.-ii i.-.li-'.'rn yciirri ii.m.1 witli ���  :i lar^r. i*:i|iiliil..ii. c;ili ii/ii'in in.-ri-hniii- ;  iiiii': iio'i-itts fin- sm-i-i.-osfiil ii lie I |ii'olita.lili' t  lini'*. r.M'in:iii..'in t.-ii-j'iiji'i-iiioiil \Vi-i-k- !  lv eiisli salnrv of ������?!!) ,-tiiii i'i.. 11 tra.vclinA 1  .''.\'|i,oiis..-s anil lu.tel l.il!.-. ii(lv,-iiii.-c;(l ii, j ��'iltti'(,'..-<l by u nc��' wine' which Is now  i-.-i.mIi i-iii'h u'i,'i.-l,- f-'.s perii-nee tk>1 i-ssen- jojujii for ro(;c|itioi). of putients. For  riiil.    M.'iii.inn i-i-i'i-ri-m-i.-s  unrl   i.-i)r?li.isi* j roi-ii*~ :ipplv to  >.'if-ii.iiii'.,'s-e(i fiivi.*uip.j.   -nn-; nat-1    ���������"������  loNAI.. -'t.'iL' n.-iirlKirn St., Chicago.       | >. F. Smith. Sec. l'\irt. Su*r.l<*, H.C.  Fort Steele !  Diamond Jubilee       ; ^  Hospital  This' [nriliUiM'on    tills   iiyeii.  l'.-e-.-nl.l.v :  to  ..J&  Townsite OflBLce. TKhS PROSPECTOR.  FORT STEELE, Ti. C,  AC  (Jf'ST ii. :s��ni  <*  Furna  DOUBLE  FEED^DOORS  -i about Ihc- meanest  thing- a furnace can liavr  is a dinky little door.  Ever have one? ' Hit the edge  >\* often as the hole? One has  lo be an expert stoker to shovel  coal into 'lome furnaces. If  you're not an expert you'll 'gel  as much on thc iloor as in tlie  fiirii.'u'-r.  The    Sunshine   furnace  is  ei]iii|iiied uitli ;i good,  big  door.  You  can   put  your  shovel   in  and    drop  wauled     no  trouble,   uo   illicitly   aim,   no  .iiiiniyaiuv. ^ ,i  Kvc-m Ihinjf  al.oul    the   Sunshine    furnace  ..f ihouifhifuluess.  Sold   by  all   rntrrpiisiug-  dealers.    Write  NOT1Cj3,  warrant a steady output of  ore?  The  question is answered in the;   to ohasc.i; s   iuuzzi:ll. ami u, .,���j  affirmative.      The   mines  of the j?thcr.i"��>'��n>��i>ies to ��hom he m��> i,mi  VVinderniere district   have   been I  constant  shippers Tor   the  past j J;'��.^s.u'^ Wln,"<-'  11 .    . . "��"1(i-.1j Columbia  TAKIS NOT1CK tli.it >ou an* lieieoj leijuircd  within nineiy day* Iroin net, publKauou nl  this notice to pay lutlie nuclei sinned  the sum  uiiiiM.-iieil his  inteic-l   m    llie ShaUspiuie  Mineral Claim situate on Piin   Creek,  m  ilu  J>i\i-ioii    Cn-t  ICooiomn  of TloO 00 the amoiini expended by linn on youi [  interest in -aid elaiin fornssc���-mrnt work up I  to the 'Jilth day of Oetoher, J'10,1.  AND Ji-UliTHKK TAKE XOTICK Hull un- |  !e��s -aid payment iokciIkm- with all costs ol j  advertising i- p-.m] within the iinu nbou I  staled, youi iniere-t in sanl claim shah lap-.- '  to thc undei signed on a. count of -aid r\pc-ndi ,  lure. [  THIS NOTICE i* given  under Section -i oi  Dated thi- Had day ol May. 1MM.  19  GUST THBfS.  the   coal  just    where   il  missing-,   no  scattering,  or  ' is  on  the  ��anie   scale  for  booklet.  a  MINBRAL ACT  (FORM  r.)  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  St.  WQsry's  LONDON, TORONTO, MONTREAL. WINNIPEG. VANCOUVER. ST. JOHN, N. B  NOTICE.  , Notice i- hereby srhcn tlmi,. (��) duy.s  Irom tin* (hue lioroof I intend tn apply  to lliu <;hicl (JoinniissioiH'i' ol Lund*  and Work.- at Vicloria to purchase the  following du-cribett lands Mtuate in  Southeast Knotcnay und described as  lollo\v>:  Copiiiienein  ici^t  plain oil one  at   u   |  , mill* weal ol south u-Ofi corner ot block  Xo. :M:2. thence SO ehains -outh. thence  -'() chuiii.s cast, thence SO'chiiin.s "north,  ihenee 'M chiiins we.-t to place of be-1  Transportation and'the Mines!  eiimiiiji eontuinino 100  less.  acres  more  o  .101 IN AIKAN.  Dated L-'orl Steele May 1st. lilt)I.  Ur.VfCHAL   ACT.  (PniiM V.)  01  20  Cl IITIKK A'l'i: (IP lMPIIOVKMR.NTs  NOTICE.  , i {  -Highland (Jhicf. -UriUcl".  '  and ������C'rownJ'Yactional  ,        ' r'hiini.-.  i>le  Mining  Division  ���SmcreijMi  Mineral ,  o   i.  r.M.c.  isiliiiitu ill lhe   I-VirL,Ste  ol i:asri\oolen,iv Distiict.  Where loeainl:���On Perr.v OteeL.  Take notice Ilial'l.'Th'os. T. McVHln  NTo 117:1710. Agent for, the Kootenay (ferry  CreeUl Hold Mines Limited, Fiec Miner'-' Cor  tiilcine-Xo. H7.ro". intend, sixty day- fioni the  dale he'roof. to apply to the Mining Hecoider  lor a CevUtie.-iie of lmpiovenicnls, for thc pur-  po-e of obtaining'.! Crown (irtiiil of llie above  elaiin-.     ' - '  And furtliei Hike notice thai'm'tion. under  -uciiou "7. mnsi be rmmnoni-cil befoio the i���u-  niu-0 oi such cpitifieate of improvements-  Dated this 9th day of .lune, 1901.  il THOS. T. MeVITTlK.  It Will be to Your interest.  11 \o.i coutomplatc vi-it-ing the St.  Louis Exposition, to .secure reliutilc information ib to railroad service, thc  lowest rates and ihc best route*. Also  , as to local condition.'- in St. Loni.-:  hotel-, etc., etc.  If you   will   write  the, uudor.sii>iie.d.  statini;   what   information  you  dos-irc,  the -amo will   be   promptly   lurnialicd.  Jf wc do not have it on   hand,   will   secure it ior yon if possible, and   without,  any expense to you.    Address  H. li. Trumbull. Commercial Agent  M2 Third St., Portland, Oregon.  NOTICE.  Xn'.Ke is liereli.i (.-iven th.it thirty days alter  diilij I intend to apply In tho Chiel Commission-  ei nf I.iind- nml Work- and the A-sistani C'oin-  niis-ii.ner of Land- and Works lnf (he Ui-u iet  i.l I0a-l ICnotena.i Ioi ii License to piospeel tor  (,'oal and l'eti oleum on llie lolUnwuc; described  laud, situaled ou K'lull.i Oieek jusl north of  llie liitouialional Houndnrv line lllocli l.'i1..:!  Southeastern poiiion ol 111 lii-h Columbia  I. Coinineneiu-4 al a ).o-i plained n.-iii Kintla  Cieuk and aboiil one mile Irom wheic the  eieek i-ios-os lhe International llouuduiv lino,  beini: llie initiiil po-t of C A. Kcating's elaini  mid marked tl A Is.-nlliifi's noilhwe-l coinor  post, tlienee south si) chuins. thence ea-l SO  I'li.iius. ihenee north so i hams, lln-nee wesl 80  i-luiiiis to the place ol b",';iniiliiir eonl,lining  .'���III iii'ie- niiiie or b-ss  Located .hine mill, l"ni  ti. A. Kenlitit', Locator  1 .TohnT.UlulT.AMenL ���  yl Coiuin'eiiciiiK at ,a post planted iiorlh oi  and adjacent to i'i. A. KqatliiiiK.s', claim beiiiji  the initiiil posl of 1-llsie L.Thoiniis eliiiin and  marked Ulsio I.. Tlipiiinssoulhivestcorner post  llience nonh SO ehains. ilienee oast SO. chains,  tlu-nce.south SO ehains. i.heuei; west 8(i, chains,  io the place of bep-iiiniii-.' eont.ainin.,' (HO iicres  more, oi' less. ��� ,- -        .    "   ,  f.oeiited June I'.itb. lilOI.   .  Rifle L. Thoiiias, Locator  John 'lA Uluff,'Agent  :i Coiiimeiiciii|.riii :i post planted west of and  adjacent to Klsio L. Tlu'.hias claiin beini: the  initial post nf Mary A. Thomas c-Inim and  marked Mary A. Thomas southeast corner post  lheu.ee ' nortii -'ill chaius, thence wesl, 8(1  chains, llience. sontli SO chains, thence.easl SO  chains 10 Ihe place of bei-'liiuin-.' contain in*; filO  iicres more oi- less.  Lnciiti'd .linn- Ililili; l'.ioi.  Mary A. Thoinas,. Locator  ���lolin 'P. Uluff. Aki'iii  I    Coiiiiiieiieini;  i.l, j:i   post   planted  south of  and niljiicent In MiirvA. Tlioman claim  beini,'  lhe   iniliul   post   of   Mil.ry   Shea's  claim  and  innrke-1  Mary Shea's north  east coiner post,  iheni"- soulli SO chains, llience ivest-sn chiiins.  ihcncc. north so chains. Ihcneir   east   SO chains  lo Ihc place of, bi-Kiiiiiim-;, containing 0-10acres  more or loss;     , |  Located .lune l'litli. 1WI.  Mary Shea, Locator  :;; "'  .lohn T. Uluff. Ageat  The transport a tion problem is  one which all new mining-districts are called upon to contend  with. The a-n'xie'tiy is natural  enough. 'Claim owners on one  hand contend "that-Hvith' transportation their properties would j  soon bo in a position to enable  shipments to be made. The  transportation companies 6n the  other band reply: -'Show us  that you have got tonnage and  yon will ��et a railroad".      n  The transportation business is  much' like  any  other business,  there   is   no  sentiment about it,  where  tonnage   is assured rail-"  \vays0will go.      When "the mines  of  Lead villo ^ were in a position  lo shi[3 ore railroads were 'built  above the clouds. 10.000  feet or  more above sea level'.    This, was  "noi because ihd people asked "for  tliem   but   fromi(ithe  fact that it  would,   pay.        TJbsslahd    was  shipping ore  for  two years before the Red Mountain road wa��  build.    Thc Canadian Pacific^id'  not  build   through   'the  Crow's  Nest Pass from any  sentimental  reasons:     ll became an absolute  necessity  to  build  the  road  in-  order  to  shorten   their lines to'  meet   the   competition   of 'rival'  corporations, who were pressing  them closely for the t'ra'ffic,   and  to get their share of   the   ore  shipments       from       Southeast  Kootenay.  And so it is with the Kootenay  Centra] railway, it is aiiabsblute  necessity. Ore shipments to'th'e  amount ol 200.000 tons have been  assured. The timber resources  of the Kootenay valley will bring  a large tonnage to the K.C.R,  The agricultural interests of the  valley are being developed, and  will be an important factor in  sec-urine- tonnage to the new railway.  Tho mineral output of  South-  oast Kootenay this year  will   be  considerable.       The    fact   that  there will be two railways in the  district, oiie traversing east and  west, the other north and  south  will undoubtedly stimulate   pro-  (.'lnei,ion,   but  railway   managers  want, absolute    assurance   thai  tonnage exists..   This assurance  has been furnished by mine owners in tjjie Kootenay and. Columbia   valleys.,    No  one   who has  been in Southeast and Northeast  Kootenay will cjuestion the   fact  that the   mountains  are  full of  mineral.     If  is   true that, all of  the valtiiiible and useful minerals  abound, but aside   from   the  St:  Eugene  and   Sullivan   mines  is  there;   development,   enough   to  three years. The output of these  mines would be more than  trebled on the advent of a railroad. The Estella and a number of "mines north of Fort Steele  would be placed on the shipping  list. Tt will 'also be, seen that  claim owners would go on with  development,    they    would     be  better " ab'le.     ilnaiiciall v.   wore ' lhe,,"MiI!erftl Aei Amendment Act, won-  railroads built totheir mines.       I  Now"that'the "construction   of J  theK.C.R., is assured, the  next,I  move-to be done'is  to  advertise  the    resources   'of    lhe  district  through'which the  railway  will  pass, 'we  must  be persistent in  bringing these resources  before  the mine operator and capitalist,  we must lose no  opportunity   of  saying' a   good   word   for    the  country in which we live and   do  business,   in   writing   fell your  friends  aboul   it. '   There  is an  old 'and'true saying:   "You must  toot your Horn if you would  sell  fish".  yDo not   scare capital'away by  holding' ^prospects  at   a   figure  that will prevent its   investment  be generous,   you  can afford to  be;    capita]   will   open  up  the  mines, the K.C.R.   will   furnish  .transportation    for    ore    to     a  market,   and   from    the   Inter  national    boundary    to   Golden  there will be a scene of   mining  and lumbering activity  siich  as  never, was^dreamed of..  NOTICE.  MaryS, Mineral Clitiin.  Slmale in the Fort Steele Mining Division of  12H.M Koolenay District.  Where located:���On Luke Creole.  Take notice that, i1, Tlios T. Mc\ iitie, k.M.c ,  No. nr:i;io agent for .1. F. Armstroni,'. RM.t;.'  No 373KW administrator ol the Ilsuue of .1. Jl.  McKcifBie deceased.  rntend, sixt,- days irom the date hereof, lo  apply io lhe Miiiihk Recorder for a - Certilicate  ol Improvements for the pm-po-i* of obtaining  a Crown Oram ol the 'above claim. ,  And  fuiihei   take noiiceihat ao'liou,  under  section 37. must be commenced beioie the issu- j  ance of such Cei tificate of Impi ovements.  Dated this Ilth day of June. IVOl.  ''"'        ' TIIOS T   AfoVVlTIK.  %  FORT STEELE '  BREWING-CQ.L  FERNIE, B.C.  'MANUFACTURERS and BREWERS of EXTRA FINE  BEER  ��  PORTER  SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR  BOTTLED  Bottled beer for familj'  use a specialty  Outside . Orders  GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION  ��� SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ���  P. O.  BOX 812  TELEPHONE  NO. 1  MINERAL ACT.  l-'On.M if.  .CI-IHTIFrCATK   OF  IMPKOVKMKN'l'S  Port   Steele   Brewing Co., L,td.  "Rmeralrl"  NOTICE,  und   "Phoenix"  Claims.  ^jeq^Decaife  ^pO#i^?r*rX, ^^y$pa*;i  ~S fine i-itl  Orange Meat Premiums.0  Period   of   coupons  extended  until the first of January J90n.  'T^e'premiumperiod for1 using  Orrihge Mea;t cou'pons  has been'  extended from July 1st,   1904  to  January 1st, 1905.    All   coupons  are   good,   whichever    date   is  .marked on them.   - Orange Meat-  is the most popular cereal on tlie  Canadian  market.      It is   made  from Canadian hard wheat  l>y  a  new     process    "anu      is     both  nutritious and  pleasant  to   the  taste.      The   premiums  include  heavy      silver-plated    " spoons,  sugar  shells and butter knives.  "Full   directions  _ aje ���   in     each*  package.1   , '~  Sitnalo In Hie Fort Steele ariiilng Division oi j  Kiist Ivootenay District. ,  Where loented:-On the Si. Man-'-. River.      j  TAKE NOTICI-! Unit I, A. R Ilevlninl. P h. J  S., ICaslo.' UKon*. for M. J. rialpin. Free Miner's  Ceitllleate No. B iv��9r>. iniend. sixty tljys from  tlie date liereol lo^apply to Hie Mining Recorder for :i C'erlili'c-iuc of Juiprovcinonis for the  piiiposf of olilainnif! ,-i Crown Ciani hi U,e  aliovc claims.  And fmthor lake noin-u that .U'tion. iiiidcr  section 3r, must Ik- eomiiienceJ hefore the issuance of such Certilii-nto of ItnprovenioiHs.  limed ihls 1th day of Mnv, A.U. linn.  ,2u A. IMIKVriANI).  ���ym:  CARLIN & DURICK  GENERAL  MERCHANTS  Fort Steele,  9   B.C.  NOTICE.  Tli illy Unjs alter date I llie uiider��iKiii:<l in-I fr  lend to apply to-tho ohlpf uommissionei ol I -V  I.and.s and. Works, al Victoria, for a Special j Y)  License to'cut and carry aua> titnlx-i from the ! A  the follomiig desci Uiert bind* Mtuate in Kasi X--  Kootentiy Dlstriet: s ' M  Coininenciiifrmii posPplaiubd two and one-I f^,  hull inile-= east of C.P.R.- Block Mo. ir,% and on ' -^���  the south baniVolilViiltc iiivoi-, n.oncp .south i"]")'  100 cimlns, tlienee p.isl.40cli.ilns, llience uoiihl A  ICO chains, thenpp west, 1(1 chains'to place or lie- i ���&  ffianin-i cont.umnjfiilil acres    ', '  [;  ipr{F.i) niNMoiti-: Lnciiioi      ! ,A<  llntccl .futu- 15th, VXi'l      ' %    | iA>  AGKNTS  VOU'  Giant Powder Co., Con's  Massey Harris Co., Ltd.  llave-'jusl ii-ceivod two   -  ���  , U.-u-ioarts ol '       -        '  FARM -WAGONS, LOGGING TRUCKS  AND DEMOCRATS.  MINr.RAL, ACT.  (KOHM F.)  CKH'l'lHCATE Of IMPIlOVKMEN-l-n.  NOTICE.  Riimshoi-n  Mineral Claim.  Situaleiu the FoulSteele Mining Division of  Kast Kootenay Uistriet. ,  Whore located:���On Tracy Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Thos. T. McVittie. F.  M.C. No. B73TI0. iigent for Wm. Carlin. Fret-  Miner's Certilicate No. IJ7S712 intend, sixty  days from thc date hereof, lo apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a, Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the Issu  ance of such Ceitincate of Improvement!-.  Dated this I9th"dny of July. A.U., 1901.  30 THOS. T. McVITTIK.  ' NOTICE.  Thirty days alter date r the undcisinned m-1  tend to apply to lho Chiel Commls-ionei ol  Lands and Works, at Vietoini for a Special j  License to cut and cany away limber Irom the I  followini; described lands in I0:i=( Koou-iia> j  District:  Commencing: at a post planted llnpc miles I  east of C.V.K. Ulock Xo i:,% and on 'the south j  bunkot Wiiite River, thence south 11-0 chains |  thenco east-10 chains, thence north IW chains, j  thence  west   10 chains  to place  of begiiiiun  4  i 0.  LJJows,   Harrows,  jileiueiits ol" all kinds.  Hay in:.-   mid L-larvostini.-Tools. Im  Mining Supplies  POiilaininprOlO acres.  ,   < ,fAMISS WfllTK, Locator  "Dated .lune loth, l'lOI. ^  t  ^ Dry   Goods  Boots  ���ind  Hardware.  f  -���-'  .���,  :/���.  9i  ��� i*  V  f  i>  i  "Oi  ANDREW    NEIDIG  G0NTR/IGT0R     and    BUILDER  FIOUSK AND SIGN PAINTING  -   CALCIMININGaud PAPPIR HANGING  PORT STEELE, B. C.  J3T"   All   work promptly done  NOTICE.  Thiity days alter dale I the utidersinneri m-  tend-lo=apt)!.\ to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works, al Victoria. Ioi a Special  License to cut and cany away timber fiom the  following desci iln.rt lands in Kast Kootenav  District:  Commencing at a posi pluuted three and a  half miles east of C.P.K. Ulock No. I-.as and on  the south bank or White Klvc-r, thence south  160 chains, thence east 10 Pli.iina. thence nortii  1G0 cliains. thence we-i -10 chains to place or be.-  ?iiiniiii; coiitaininfr 610 acres.  A. C CHAPMAN', Locator  Dated June ljih, li'OI nj  s  Hats   and   Gaps A  and   Shoes.  General Merchandise.  ���  smnif!?mnmmm?mmmn!(mn8fnmfrfmmffTfmmf!f??fe2  Teacher Wanted.  . Fortii'd Foi-t Steele Puljlie  School,  duties to commence after the. holidays.  A irialii i.eaciiei'j)i-efei-i-ed.    Apply to  30 '.-.   ii. I..-T. ('iALTinAiTii.SeowMii'v.  NOTICE.  Thirty days after date I the undersigned intend to apply lo the Chief Commissioner ot  Lands aud Works, at Victoria, for a Special  License to cut and carry mvav limber fiom the  following described lands ii. Kast Kootenay  District:  Commenciiifr at a post planted four miles  oust of C.P.R. Mod: No. 1500, and ou the- -outh  bank of White Kivei. I bonce south It'll chains,  tliuiico east -10 ehains. thence north Il'.O eliiiin-!  thence west 10 chains to pl.-ce of hc-ijiiniiift  containing ti40 acres  WM. CARLIN. Locator  Dated .rune, 13th; 1901. '   '.��  N. HANSON,  General Merchant  Iwiq��or Dealer.  AND  Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber,       A. large assort-     =S  meut of seasoned Lumber and Shingles alwavs ���       -  3  on hand ^  D1MMN.STON      LUMRRR      A      SPECIALTY ^  Wft-Sfl.!  B G  Slaving w. Hair Dressing Parlor  Next to Oriental Hoicl  FORT   STEELE,  All   Kinds of Ifitii- \Vui4  B.   C.  A. J. OliK'/j,  iiAASpoiiisilt-y  I'KOl'KIKTOlt.  Till:: MASTI3W MKCIIANtC'S I'UHK TAK  SOAP heals ,nnd softens llie skin, while  proirnillyeleaiisiriK it of grensc, oil, rust, etc.  Invaluable for itu'chanics. fanners, sportsmen.  I'm i- sample on receipt or 2c. for postage.  Albert Toilet Soap Co.. Mfrs Montreal.  J.  HIGH WARDEN.  NOTICE.'    -  Thirty days after dr.le r the uiide.i-.siniie.l  iti-  tond to apply to the- Chief C.Vmimlsslonei-of  Lands and  Works, m  \'ietoria, for a Special  License to cut and carry away limber from the  rollort'lnii'��� described  1 Is  in   Kasl   Kootenav  District':  . CoinnieiK.'iiiKai a posl'planted four and .mc-  biiir miles east, of O.l'.K. I'.ioi-k No. ir,��l and'on  the smith blink of Willie Itlve'r, Iheiice .-611II1  HU) chains, thence oast in ehains, thi-nei- north  Hill chains, thence west llli-liains to place, of.Ins-  Kiiniliil? eonuijiiliiK iHllacri;.s.  A. nOYLl-;, Loeatoi-  Uated .lune lfith. I'.'OI. -,s ���  PIONEER  BARBER' SHOP  Everything Strictly First Cla'ss.  Next door to the Prospectxrr.   .  NOTICE.  Thirty ilaya after date. I llu- iiudei-siniii-d i 11 -  tend to apply lo'tli'c Chief Ooiriiiiissknn-r of  Lands and W-irlts. al Vie'toriii, lor a Sp-cla I  License to cut and cany away limber iroui the  followlni; described lauds in Kiisi Komenav  District:  Comin.-iH-.ini/at a p0!,| phU)i.,-,l in-��� i,ill,:..,,.,tsi  of C.P.I.'. Block No. "IMi*;, and on ihe south i/anl;  of While River, Ihenee soulli p;n ,���bains, thi-m-i  east Hi chains, thence north pi(i l;|,iiin.-'. .iln-uci  west -10 chain's to plin-c of he  iiiff lilflacrc.-'.  .  OliOHOK  Duled .lune l.'-tli, I'jOi.  ^{iiiiiiuiiaiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiii^aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiijiii^  �����js^a!aR<2rj50!��ii��Mgw^^  mm  ���fam  L-'inniiiK C'llilaiii-  !AI(S'.   Ui  m-v. Repeating '��� rifles |  %'f/ff' No matter wliat'your ideas or p'iufercn';i.:t  \'~"$3 <���&*��$��� ai'c about a rifle, sonic one of <T:-In differ-  cm Wiii.chcitcr .models will suicly suit  you. Winchester Kifics are nutoo i/iC.il  calibers, styles :.uid weights; anil whichever model you select, you can count on  its being well made and finished,'! reliable  in action  and. a strong, accurate 'shooter.  #'  FREE   Scud your nam* and aditr.-sx  on  a pnxtal  .1       r.inf   for   our\. 164   pacr   illustrah-d    catalogue.,  WINCHESTER    REPEATING   ARMS   CO.  NEW HAVEN,  CONN.  1 "&1 fc&yi'-  *,    K 'J -5? ;7a  iA?te   A4F  & THE PROSPECTOR,  FORT STEELE, TJ. O., AUGUST <},  1904  SCJtB 3f cja��^ejctot%  SATI'UDAV.  AfC ii,   1!KM  C-TnTmTfTTTTTTWTTnTmTTTmnTTUTTITTTWK-  I   LOCAL NEWS.  1  t *- ^  ;'-"-iiaiiiiuuuu'aau*iU(maaiiiiiiuauu-:-  '     Mr  and Mrs.  T.   T.   McVittie  vi.-iU'd Cranbrook Tuesday.   We    |)in    our    faith    on    Fort  ' Rk-oIp. lirM, la-si and all tho time  l  North Star Lodge.  Win.   M.vor.s   camp   down from  llie Watson mine Thursday.  Bush 'Jirijs   arc   raging to the  wi>>1 and south of Port .Steele,  il i  Hank   Kllcr  cainp -down from  Perry civek Monday.  i  ' l\   (I   Hed.liiii'iou.   \'aiK'ouvcr,  1 was in llie cityMonday.  ,.M.   Suk-K", �� CriinhrOok.   was a ���  'line-! at the Imperial Monday,  3J ' ' ....... - - -     - --- -.   ��&-&-.$.$%&$.��.^:��-.K;;t-.3%-*r-&:t--,f:%-$&&  Imperial Bank of Canada J| The GdndUlan BdHK Ol G0IIIlfl6r66  CAPITAL AUTHORIZED $4,000,000  CAPITAL (pnid up) ��� - $3,000,000  REST ACCOUNT      -    -   $2,850,000    -7>  Head    OFFiee- Toronto.  ���'I'. K. MUI MUTT. I'resident   I). I!. W'JI.ICl H, \'iee-Pre-. and Con. Man  AGKNTS    hV    (Ml'KAT    lil"JIT.\IN-   Unyds   Hank     ri.   Lombard   SI.  London. '  A General liiinkiiiK- Huskies-, Tr,'m.-,:iclod.  Savings I ia iik Department.��� I nlorbsl allowed on deposits,  1   i?  Cranbrook Brancli.  J.  F. M. PINKHAM, Manager. ' ||*  HEAD OFFICE ��� TORONTO.  Paid uji GupHal $8,700,000: Kosc-rve Fund $11,000,000:  Ajr<ri-e<:ntc P.e��ources Over $S3.000.000 Nov. .'Will, H103.  London Ofl'icc; 00 Lombard Street, l'��� ('.  New   Vork Office;  1�� l-lxcIinuKC Place.  Aii'.l 110 branches in Giin.-tda and the United State?,.  Cranbrook Branch!   - ,     F. C. MALPAS. Manager.  �����  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  d Cru'iMiKHKrGTlnlnlr'i^TlrD^  _j5|i$S*��#������iS:��.*i����:J��  son fair  NO. 30.  A.  F. AND A. M.       G.  R.  8. C.  FORT STKKI.K. M. C.  ' The Fort ^U>Ple Hiile Association will hold its tii'st "Piiuhir  weokiv -dioot todav.  Ki-i;ulur    HiL'tftiiiK.N���Kl    Tuesday   in   e��ob , . _ .  month nt eishi o'clock      VKItuit.' Kiethern are ' btpele '.) UllCt lOll   (Ml    professional  cordially Invited.  Dr.    tl.    Watt,, was'   a'    Kort  A'tioil   t  business Mondav.  Kllf River Loiist'-.   l.-triuc   riLjuIui  .uii-i-tini;- : ;  held lirst Friday ol each iiiouUi./b     , l"\  ('.   MlllpilS.  UiaiUlilOl' of    illO. |  Uranlirook Lodu-e. drimiMuok. i��Bu!ur meoi- j Canadian       BtUlk     of    CoiIllllerCP '.  urns li.-ld oh tlit third Ttiursiluj or e.u-li month  'WHS ill  lOWll  MotlthlV.  I Second Annual Inhibition ul the  Nelson    Agricultural   and  ,  industrial Association  ��-: 28, &29  .1. Hi-i.i-h, S>'v--recir}  Mr.   and   Mrs.   .)     A.   Harvey  i have .soue to the Coast, ihoy will  '^Trrffciiiir(ilf(ffTcif<rti(ff<iit<l(<(li'li>l<>^C- '  :;                           .          "                  s^'.oe absent about ten davs.  :���; Rocky Mounrain Chapter :��  ,  5-y     Mr.   and 'Mrs!   H.-Prater, and  5f-Mr>.   .1.   Taeuhaiiser visited the  J. E. ANNABLE,"Sec. Nelson, B.C  "New Buildings  Fine Grounds  Big Premium List  NOVEL   OPEN   AIR   ATTRACTIONS  Write lor I "l-i'/.o l.L.-i.  I FLI PAPER  XO.   125.   \'\.  A. M.  FORT  STEKI.E.'Il. O.  �� I Bull river placer ininei> Mondav.  -Uesruiai-meptin}d's:-2iul T��e==-   SJ TT     ' v.   Hyde' linker.' Cranbrook,  day   in   each   monil.    ar   ,v,\n    $       P- A ^f"*���* \ aiwouvei-. rep  , ^ N   ��� M ,  oclook. ' S' reseimuir the Canadian Pipe Co. ��� , a      3:1 was in town Tnesdav.  ,   Sojourning   Companion-   are   3:!  cordially invited. ' . 2:  .(ami-:.-, lfi.st.oi'. Scribe K.   5:'! Gold   River   Mining  Co.   was in    '        "Those   people'who   never   in-  D. S. Guimer."nana-er  of the"du1^ '"i A^'^Al a Phl,ln^  'vestibule  train  ol   thought, are  ' preparing tor a ride on a Ivootenay Central train.'  Patent Medicines  JUadies Dry Goods  Cigars atid Fruits  ^'town Tuesday.  Professional.  -HARVEY, McCARTER & DUNBAR  i ,;F. A. Shand. Vancouver, and1  IM. Stock. Cranbrook. visited the-  Hull.river placer mines Monday. '  Labor Day at Cranbrook.  barristers and solicitors  (JUANRKOOlv.      -      B.C.  The   Labor  Unions   ol'   Cran-  A's long as China exists   there;brook  and   vicinity  are making  will-be "a future for silver", and ; cxleasive 'preparations this year  ;00  cent  silver   seems   to  be   m, ,.       , , ,     ...        t. T   i      V.  0. W. F. GftRTtR. B.G.L.  i?  Niitn.rii' Pitlilir 'ifJiriUsh  (Johnnliia  (Jdllculioii   'd   iii-coimls  attuiidod   lo.  Auditing   anil   Uoepin"   of  books done  wil.h di��i)iit,i-li.    < 'orrcsp(iiidonc<'. Milii-it-  cd.  <i. \V. I<\ CAK'PKi;, Fori SI mill*;. !>.(.'.  sight.  I i'or the celebration of Labor'Day  on September nth.    'Over Sl'.OOO  Don't mind because you broke; will be offered in prizes for- the  your promise and did nil pay ivntfereiH contests, and there wilr  your subscription last year:   we;..       ,..,���,.,���;��� ,     A, Sw.i,    (/.  eutcrtainment'    enough , to  T HOMAS    M c ViTT 1 E  "   Fori, Steele 13.C  l-'nitr S'ri:ia.i: I>i:vi;i.iii>.mi1n'i Sv^iikiatk Uvij  las I.eaUi'iiliull Si-''1'"!-. I.oiiiion, KtiKliiml.  N. A.  WALLINGER, FORT STEELE.  POST OFFICIO IIOX 8.  J..G. CUMMINGS  civil   engineer '     Local    lishoriiien   are   having  o        ���      ���   i     i       A-,  c-   ������^,.��^in0<-)C'     sport.        Several    larsre  Provincial    Land- Surveyor \^u^ c\ tr0llt were brou���ht:in  puon last y^t.    ��-|b  are readv to i-coois-o it   today, or!    '  liny day "that you are in town.  ,   j-^ulsi'y the most critical .Special  i ' "    ' , I trains will bo run from 'the east,  .J. Davidson.   Seward. Alaska. ! west  and   north   that  day.  into  was    in     town    Monday.   -  Mr. .Orunbrook bo that the people  of  Davidson wi    cseUle on   d   ranch"  . ,.        ,. .  . ... ,  rn    ,        ��� , , the  entire  district will have an  near 1 racv creek. ' ��� ,    '"'       ! opportunity    of going   at    very  John Smith. .1.  McK'mnon audi small cost.    Cranbrook has only  celebration eacl?year so  . ..���   ..���.   to  interfere  with  other  Monday. ��� j  Charles  McKinnon   of Wardner. I one day  were  guests  at   the Strathcona j;^   UQi'  towns   in   the   district,   and   by  The regular monthly   inee',iug j common consent Labor Day   has  of North Star Lodge. A. F. & A. j been selected as that day.      For  M.,   was  held   at   Masonic   Hall j this reason and the further  fact  Tuesday evening.     ff , Uml ]c   of  Cranbl.ook   a,.e  J. ' G.    Sullivan.     Winnipeg, ' spending their money and   their  H  GENERAL   MERCHANT.  I  w  ,~l  'tl  PURE GEftEAL  FOOD  Chief of C.P.R. Kngineers of  western division, was at the Imperial Tuesday.  time to make the day a, success,  there will be a big crowd of  people there that day and all  kinds oi fun.  FORT  SiTBELE,   B.  C. j from Bull river this week.  i  NOTICE.  GEARY   & DOYLE.  Livery, Peed & Sale Stable.  Port. Steele B.C  Ituguliir  Daily   Stage   aioot*  nil  r'      triun* at Fort Sioele .1 unction.  SADIJI.K ,t  PACK FI.OKSK?  '1 I-.A MINO Ol    vl.I    klM��S A .-.I'i:OI.VLY>  WANTED IMMEDIATELY AGENTS.  To -i-l! t'l'iii' ir.'..- !l.i-idi.-rr\.  (lno^eb.-rry .inti Curi-uii! Hu-ln ���. .v.'.  (iiiodpuv 'vi-.-ki-,: iniili' ii-i;..- Tlii-i'i-  l- bin' moiii-v in :uo wiiii; fnr'rii-i-  vvurthy iiu-ii.  ovki; noi..��� a(..i:k.-5.  A \\'e have, under cultivation, over ijoO j  . acres of Xursery Stock iaeludhiLr the j  choiceat and best variel ie^ for Urchurd ,;  and Garden plaiitin^. We will deliver j  ji'oods t.o eii*tonier.- in jiond .'(iiulitioij, >  freight paid.      Onr. a^drits.' have every  ,- advantage tlnit llii- ���line of Ini-iii..:?-.-.. ean ,  otl'i.-r tliein.     Apply-iipw f<,n- 1 erics. j  i'i-:r/ifam .\'i"ks'ki:v;c(>m'pa.vv." ;  A Al'oroiiU'i. <.)'nl!t'rii.i. j  ��� N. I'..- Will ��� uiiike' .'trriiii-ji.-iiK'nt^ for :  local K.-.iii'.j or lor lie' lutiluliiiir id'i-.\-'.  .���.liisiVe t.e.rritorio..--. !   I'.N.l.'o.  NOTICE.   ' ' '"    "'   "'���  TAKK  NO'l'll'K  |,li;.t -ivl.y iliiys iifn-i   .l.il,-- I  'Illliml lo li|.pl.V t\il'a s|..;ci;ii iir.-ov,. J.,, ,-nl    ntl'l  riirry awny f.lnihoi- trr.in Hu- iuli.nviu-' -l.'-.-ril.- -I -  liimls in S<.nlli'Kh-i K'i.i.ii-iki.v ;  (.'oirHiliilioini; in, n p.,si )i!ii.u :..-.! n.-ii i- I lie I ���i-i-t y ',  Cr'm-M   Ilj-ili-iiulli-   Miulii"  r..iii|'iiiny    .mi,I  I'ul-ry l.'i'.'.'l;.  al.Mitl   oiii'-tnill'  inlli-   ;.Ix.v.  ,     A   parade   with/   L000   men, in  ' line,   a   program  of sports with  ��� prize.-? amounting to ��1000 and v'a  i sreuera    big   celebration,   is  the  outlook   for   Labor day in Gran-  ��� brook this year.'  Notice is liei'chy ;;n-i-ii tlml lliirly iliiy.s lifter  .line 1 imoiul to upply to tlio Cliief Commis  -ioncr of Liimls and Works und tlie A-Jsi.'-liiiil  ('ommlhsloiici- ot l.Miids and Works for the Dis-  uictol K����t Kootoiin.vfoi-ii License to prospect  lor Coal nml retroleiiin on llu- following ile-  si-iibeil land, situated noni tln-lu-ad of Kintla  ji'rtck  und  iiliom   tluee miles Horn wlicre llu-  ^fcjgg  raoge Meat  'CaiiaUu's Uest Breakfast Dish,  One Pound of Orange Meat  is equal to  Five Pounds of Beef  in nourishing qualities  It is the cheapest because the best  SEATTLE,   TACOMA  ���  AND ALL  Pacific   Coast   Points  ST. PAUL, CHICAGO, NEW YORK,  ALL POINTS  EAST'  ASK   YOUR    GKOCKK   FOR    11  Palace and Tourist  , Sleepers, Buffett  Library Cars, Modern  Day Coaches.  Dining Cars,  MEALS   A    LA   CARTE.  ^����%��%%i.%wk%��%%��%%%%��%%'ft%��%%%��^%������%%%m%%%����%%%��%��%%%��.����%%%��wnM%%%%Wk%%��%w{ill  F.  CA .\Jillvr  having  been   appointed a��onr for tho'lMcConnickj   ,  ,A,in���10������lnKlllMKftl���,111JU.dll0..lr ,ClllIl!l  .iliying- 1111(1   hlirVOSl nig   machine- j . reek two mil.'- west oi Min-y SUen-i. nortlienM  i-v: jiirniurs and ranchers sliould , >'oi-ncr po-t. in-ing tiie initial po.stof i-idwin k.  "i'i once >eml in lheir orders, and I "'"itui-seiaimmid muike.i K.i��in k. iiuntoi-s  ,  ,    ���        ...,;,..    i-   ..     ,i     ,      . .    i ,      nn rtliwosi cornel- post, tlieino smith Ml .-limns.  ibiain rotiair^ lor ihsii nake olIw t,,sl,0(.,mlI1,. ���,������,.���,���������, s,i umins.  I in- Mel onnu-k inowor and rake I n^uce we'stsoi-iniins totiic piiiccofDi-uiniiniK  ire   especially   adapted   for t his ! loniaiiiiiiuiiiiiiit-ius uhiii-m-ii-^  I.-i.'lltcd .lune Hull. 1W1I.  l-lilu'in K. IIuiiioi. Loi-iiioi-  John T. Uluff. Akciii  ���ouiitry IxMiig stronger and-inorc  luniblo lhan others on 1 ho  narki.'t don't put off (ill the last  ninnte lindinji out wluil you  \vant. ,as if takes' time, l.o obtain  roods���and only a limited, stock  if exira.s will be on hand. ,      *  The  -iU'ek'  meeting    of    fhe    Korl  iilie " y\ssocialion     w;is  trgely   attended   on   -Saturday  veiling hist.  rieek crosses the InLci'iiutionnl LiuiiiKlnry lino j*  md iiiljoiiiini; Ihe Hotnid.iiy line, illiiek I.V.13 \$  SiOiillio;i-,it-rii poiiion.it Itiiiish i.'oliimliin if  '. ('oiiiiin-iii-inj.- :il 11 posi pluntcd 11011I1 of mui  . ilj.iceiit In Kdivln IO. MiinU-r- i-liiim IipIiik tlie  iniliul posl 01' .I11110 Olo.yn'sroliilm nml inurkcd  .lane (Jloyn's southwest corner posl. theuee  north HO chains thence east HU eliiiin.-., tlicnei!'  i.outli Sn ehains.  ihyiice, we.sl.Su chains  to   lho I ?  CRANBROOK  WILL   CELEBRATE  LABOR  September  DAY  5,  1904  if. li. .Wilson, liedding, Col.,  .vas ;tt lhe Itnperinf '.I^iosdsiy.  Mr. Neilson is an old l.imor in  lie district. He left, for Wasa  'ii' Vile evening nil a visit-to N,  Hanson. .  .MA.VA'.'KI:   "WAN'.TKK  rnislA'.'i.irl.iiv kidy ���"' i.r':iil.k-iiiiiN to  oi, : inini.-iui: 1 >iir-'mi.-r.s. in lliis <-(miil,r.v iind  he ' ;'.lj(lil?illU' ici'i-iloryldi' w'l.-ll  11 ml. fiivur-  |.h..'COI' li.'Kiiiiiiun eoul.aiiiinn '.'.In acres more or  ! ".'ss. ' ' .  Local.'d June.IHlli. I.'.HII.  Jane'Oloj n, Locatei'  .lohji T. Uluff. AKuiil'  :i Coiniiuiiiciii,1,'nt. 11 post .pliinled west, of and  11.lj11ce.nl to June Oloyn's claiin helne; tlieiiiitia!  post of' Allien. T, llrook's claiin und niarhed  A!!.eit.T. llronl,'|s soil I.Iicnst corner post, thence  norlh HO elinins, ihenee wesl.Mil chains, llience  -..mill Ho cliains, ihenee easl HU 'chains to the  place of li.-t.'innlii-;, cmtnlhlni-' i'.IO acres more  ;.r li'-s.i. "  l...ciiK'.l .Inn-. 1 Im 11. lim-i;  AH.erl T. Uroi.-lv, l.o.-alor.  1    J oh 11 V. Itluff, A��enl.  I    Commencing   jii'u   |.i,m, phuiic.l   south'<if  .mil adjacent lo 'A II.el I T. llroolt's  clnlni   lieinr.  ihe  Iniliul   posl.of  I,..nisi.  Cldvii'-i claim and  THE    GREATEST   CELEBRATION   EVER  hjELD   IN  th|E   DISTRICT!  Tie making, liog Saw i tig, Log "Gutting, RockDrilling,  Loading     Contest',     Indian     Pony    and     Foot .; Races,  : Caledonian Sports.    . ���'������������' '���   f, ���'     ���    '  Remember the Day and Watfeli for Large Bi)Is with Program!  I  Best   Meals   on   Wheels  2 FAST   TRAINS />  KAST   AN'O tt'KST IUIIA'    ��-  1      SPECIAL    EXCURSION    RATES   '  To World's Fair, St. Louis  YOUR CHOICE OF ROUTE.  For   lull   pnrticiilars,   rutes.   folders  (Mc, ChII mi or ; 1 (Idres.-.  s. c. vi-:i;i\K.s, h.w.i-.a.. '  Scuttle. Wash.  II. RKA.NTDT. o.i��. & t.a.. Siiokiuio.  SHORELINE  '.���-���?%ET.W#E{ft-.'A;  SMyfeCHlCAfiO  ^%%��%W&%��^WCl%%%VVftl%��'&WUI,'^������'&WL����%��'ft'8^lKll������%%'VI.'&'&UU^  jiuirlii-il Louisa llluyn's 11.irlliensl. corner post,  fulls on w,.<|. side of crcI, il,,-���.-.-'��v-|..���,-Tnlil.v kre-wn .Alnm.-o! Ail' s'.l.iil ��� Tlllsi 11 t;isi I | 1 hence south so chains,' ih.'iice H'esi, 80 clfiinis,  mile, thence north one n.il- U,.-i,.e i',,i. ,.���e Cuu'l'iili-. *-'lV��'> Hi riiilflit '-ash SIlllll'.V i '.'il-iico norlh Sn c-.lii.lns. Ihenee east WI chains t��  and one-foiirlh iniles lol'eny 1'r-:eK. ihenee up yuid .'.xiicnses iiaid t-iii.'li .Monday by , Hie i-lac- ..r hciiiniiinu, cotitniniim two aces  I'e'rry Creel; to place of iK^iiinini;.'. ..mainiiiK | '.liL-rii dircrl frol'n liciiili|liarttii-ji. I  U-lii ivcrim more or less. j pclise liinney luU-imccd'.      Position  P'  Dated this loth diiv of. lune. Ilim. ' j ;ii;inciil.     Address MnilHirm-. -SKI   Coino j Louisa (llnyii. I.oi'nior  ilo JEKOJIH O.���' THUW. I Ulock,, (Jhiciioo.   Illinois. I     -'���    ��� John T. Uluff. Auetil  inure or less.  Locaied June I'.nli. I'.HM  Louis  Port  Steele  Nl&eit Market  T. ROBERTS. Proprietor.  Fresh and Salt Meats Always On Hand.  Your attention is called to the  vl-Monocr Limited" trains of the ;'jVH1-  waukee A'ASt, Paul Railway."'"Tho only  perfect trains in the world."  Yon will Iind it desirable lo ride on  those trains.when ^oiii^' to any point hi  the Kastern States or Canada. They  connect with all Transcontinental  Trains and all Ticket Ap-<>nl.ij sell  tickets.  For further information, pamphlets,  etc, ask an.v Ticket, Agent or  H. L.  POltD, 11. S, KOWE,.  ,  Pass. Ajrcim," General Agent,  SPOKANR. PORTLAND


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