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 Ll-.*���.*a-*y nl I-ejr Ail  &EC8_lfl04  -^,  Vol. TO.  FOJ^r SrPBBLB, IB. C, SATURDAY, DBCBMBBfiR 8, 1904.  No -49.  MINING IN'SOUTH-,  EAST KOOTENAY  Conditions Past and Present, the  Kootenay Central 'Will Open  up a Big Mining District.  Fort Sleek-, is the .pioneer  Ciiuip of lhe Fori Sleele Mining  Dislriei, ;uh1 until the building  ol'lhe Crow's Nest branch railway, tin; supply "poinl I'orjill  I h;ii, sect ion now included under  the head'of Southeast Kootenay.  As far buck as " ISli:i or IS(U  ]>l:ici<rriiMulii��i* Avas carried on at  Wild Horse crock-and I'roni tliat  day to this there is a large   part,  of "llio.   local   activity   in   placer  <    ....    i ,j L  mining carried on in this vicinity  The lirst lodo mine located 'in  this"'district, was the ICootenay  King and was recorded in 1^H8.  The North Star was, the lirst  mine in tho district to ship ore.  aiid the St. Pugene has been developed into the largest, silver*  load producing' mine ��� on the.  American continent.  The Sulliva.li Group  of  mines  Tat group is an extension ui the  Dardnliells on the soutlieasi nnd  is also a very promising - pro-'  perly.    ,  The Golden Five group is located in the forks of Wild Morse  and has been developed lo a considerable extent, by means of  l Illinois. The orois'a silver lend  carrying gold values.  The Maid Mountain. and  Dougherty claims are located on  lhe we'.**l ,-jide of Wild Horse, and  have received a considerable  amount' of developmeni. Moth  properties; are considered free-  gold propositions.  Far up, on the oast fork of  "Wild - Horse are situated the  Gracio and Charlie claims.  Theso'claims have been developed by a largo open cut. and a  tunnel Ha feet in length. The  ore runs about ss per ton and , i.s  considered a perfect, llux for all  lead products. !  The past two years has witnessed a very quid condilion in  the W'ld ���Horse district, owing  to its lack' of transportation, but.  ii i ���    *  BOUNTY SAVES  ST. EUGENE  Great Moyie' Silver-lead Mine al  most   Helpless. Save for  Government Aid.  Although the St. Eugene Consolidated Mining company, owning lhe wonderful Si. Eugene  mine at Moyie! M.C., made  proliis of !?] ln.ii'Ui.iUi ,n operating the properly for the four  months ending September, '50.  yet the lead bounties paid by the  .Canadian government, amount-  ing't(') ��'.il.lk)l?H, were the most  important factor in the protits.    ���  A.-. ihe president, George  Gooderham, says in his annual  report. ' ���"We are depending almost wholly upon the bonus, for  our profit A mid while that will  last for three years from the ilOtli  of Juno next, on the ore smelted  in Canada, the bonus on ore, exported will cease Avith lhe'close  of the government's fiscal year. "  It is a, remarkable commentary  on   the  condition of lead mining  duced by want of rain places us  in a, A-ery serious condition about  tilling our contracts in'due time.  The total of the contracts culls  for ;':}.0ih' tons, and avo have until July I. IW7>, lo complete the  total. The October production  of ST2 tons brings the lotal to  date, up to JJ.ON tons. Adding  l.fjOU tons for November make  1.1.1 II tons, leaving   IH.dH!)   tons  to   be    made    in    lhe -following  tt *        -  seven months, or an average of  -.700 Inns per month; 1 am of  the opinion that we will be able  to produce the required amount  unless some other unforeseen  trouble occurs.���Spokesman-'lie-  view.  LATEST * TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.  DISTRICT  MINING .NEWS.  m British Columbia, when the Staff winter approaches ac'ivo pre-'! Eugene, which is admitted to'bo  are  considered   to  be one of the I-pa rat ions has begun, and ere tiio|ono ()-- <-10 o*--eatesf mines  in the  best properties i,n the   Province,  a. 'considerable*   amount   of  ore  '   has been shipped', and it  is  csti-  - mated that there is over  -I00.O00  , tons in sighl.      The  completion  of tho smelter at Marvsville.. will  "enable the Sullivan mines to take  a  prominent   place   among   the,  producing mines of tho Province  The    Estella. - group -of mines  sit.ua.ied ,on   Tracy   crook' is another  well   developed   property  Avhich   will   become   a ��� producer  and shipper, when the necessary'  .-means ofdraiisporlatic.    for..ore  and machinery is offered  by   Ihe  construction    of   the    ICootenay  Central railway.  Tlie Kooienay King mine situated on Victoria Gulch, has-been  worked for a number of years.  The property has a. large showing of silver-load ore upon-thc  surface. A tunnel is being run  to tup fhe,ore body at a depth of  about OOP foot. Results from  present' development work- -in  tunnel and drifts are' said to be  most satisfactory to the owners.  Ear up the Norlh Fork .of  .Wild 1-Iorsc creek is located the  Tiger Poorman group of mines',  ji'iiumber of tunnels have been  run and the ore body has been  shown up to a depth of 700 feet.  The ore runs high in copper,  gold and silver-lead. A considerable amount of ore is now on  the dump awaiting, shipment.  On Moulder creelc, a tributary  of Wild Horse creelc. is situated  a number of crown-granted  claims, known as the Mig Chief  group. "Phis property has been  partially developed, showing up  a, I roe-gold quarl/.-load which  lias a width of :2s feet. On the  opposite side of Moulder creek  Irom lhe,Mig Chief, i.s situated  the. Dupont group. On this property some sir>,ou0 to s^O.000  has been expended in development, the showing made is good  ' anil fully warranls further development, Avliich Avill be carried  on in 'the near future, when the  n cessary means of transportation is afforded by the- construction ' of a, railway through the  kootenay valley.  The Dardenolles,' six miles  from Fort Steele, i is located on  the, east side ;-of /Wild Horse  creelc, upon>one" of the highest  peaks in this vicinity, overlooking fhe placer deposits, is a.  ���osilion Avhich ga,:ns  Some rich free-  coming spring dawns upon us  there will boa decided . change,  and the opening of this mineral  district 'will 170 accomplished  without dehfy in anticipation of  the coming of the ICootenay Cen-  1 ral railway.  ' The Route of the K.C.R.  funnel pn  depth   rapidly  gold quart/, is  and int.he various   tunnels,   a  lown on   surface  nd  tin  re   is   no   doubt  but thai  the  bit  : mines  e of  the  of   the  district when  property will become on  fully   develop  ed.  The   Tit  for  l.niTOK Pitoyi'i-x-TOK,       '   ,/----���  Dear Sir:��� ���  . ; Residents, 011 th'e east side  of the Kootenay are naturally  anxious to learn definitely* what  i t   *-> ,    f  rowu: . is to be, taken -"by ' fhe  KoototiiiyCcnlral. and have been  somewhat disturbed by certain  rumors, whoso source cannot be  readily traced, that our- long-  looked-for road is to bo built on  the west side of the river.  If. may tend to quiet, the'  fears of our friends if  you will permit me to publish  the description of the route a.s  given in tho company's charter:-  Sec. 7, fa)���"Prom Port Steele  to Elko, or some other convenient point 011 tho Crow's Nest  J-iailway between Elko and Wardner: tlience on either fhe cast or  Avesf side of Wigwam river, or  by the most convenient route to  the International lioundary  line".  This means lhat the road must  run from Fort Steele (not West-  port) lo Elko: but if Elko is not  lhe chosen crossing, then il  must bo some other point on the  C.N.I*., bclmrn Plko and Wardner, but iii-il/ier Elko )n>t: Wardner.  The Northerly division of the  road, (a.s described) 111 sub-section (b) must also run "Jroin  Fort'. Steele," by way of Windermere lo Golden. If cbuld not  otherwise be made a continuous  road. Mesides West port is not  Fori, Steele.  Muf the clause of Ihe ������Subsidy  Act is even more definite:  (iii. "To Ihe Kooienay Central  Railway Company for a Iin o of  rail way .from Golden to fhe International Boundary r/V-'Winder-  mere and Port Steele, and cross-  ing the Crow's Nest Railway a.f  or near Elko."    -.���''���'  If the C.P.R. chooses to give  us a westerly connection in. <t<l<li.-  liuv, lo that, "at or near Elko,"  no one here will think of objecting���in fact, we shall be. glad to  have ,it���but such  a ' road   would  be a brii.iic/i of the B.C. Southern  (the.Crow's Nest) and could not  bo built under tlie ICootenay Central charter, nor could it claim a  dollar of the subsidy voted fo  the Kootenay Central Company.  '        ,        ' I-iuGii Watt, M.D.  north west; is obliged  to look foi:  government aid to permit of  its  operating at a profit.     John   A.  Finch of Spokane is a director.  In his annual report James  Cronm of Spokane, the manager  says: ,    '  '(JONCMN'L'HATIOS   TU'o'tO  ONF..   "Tho slrilce made in June in a  Talse from the lHoO foot level,  and al a depth of about, 1000 feet  from the surface, lis proving of  substantial 'Value.,, About Ilie  first of September tlie funnel of  the 1700,.foot 'level reached the  'orcshoof  of  this  strike and has  continued in ore IfiO reef, fhe ore  i .  varying in width from -1 fo 10  feet. 1 The ore in face of funnel  shows a width of five foot and is  of a quality that will yield one  ton of conconlrates to every two  tons of ore. So far there are no  signs of weakening of the ore as  the drift progresses easterly.  ������In running the east drift on  the I'.'lOO. or shaft level, rtho  development 'Avorlc there has  boon very satisfactory. Since  the first of May this drift has  boon extended :-!S0 foot, and in  all this distance only about 20  feet of the drift showed tho vein  ihat was of an unprofitable  quality. Al, present (October 28)  the vein in the lace of,the drift  shows seven'feet of good concentrating ore.  "My last annual report, made  when the mine was-operating,  slated that -10.000 tons of concentrates were practically in sight:  without giving the details hero,  I find that there are about-1:1,000  tons in sight.  FINANCIAL   STATEMENT.  "Prom slopes and development during ihe live months of  niilling operations, the ore broken aniounls lo .IS,-!~>(i tons, at a  cost of breaking of si.Oil a. ton.  It lias concentrated -1.7 Ions of  crude ore into one of concentrates." ,,  ���The financial statement, is: ���  Sold to Trail and Nelson.'  lL'.TSli.SOO. lbs.   c'oiKtontirii-U'.s.  -   -'  not. value I'l-om sniqlt.er. . :.'.!i,l.,"(l.<lf>.'.2-I  Gavei-iinu-nt.   .-;' Ix'iunl.y      'on . '    .  ���s,'jr.ti,:tr.'7'ii)s. '.load.. *..'.    ra, \2~.\U  ,Tnt;i,l uoi. viiliio......:'... .'*,l!i*_MSt;is'  - Oiviiliiiut. $:i0.on ]k-i- ion./  Sold in Europe..- '-.  To UVoiivlsl.i'iii .S,0.'lrJ;(>01 lbs.  To  J'ei-.i-.   .Solid-'  Of Interest to Those Engaged in  the  Development of the  Mining Industry.  Mi-inn  :������������ .*-.���'.(.'  i5'UII<> 11 is.  S.ll'.^.IIOf) 11 is.  Not. yalin- from piiroliasoi-.s. -.$l'_'7,-l 10.71  ('iivi'i-iimi'iit, bounty........  Till,!  'Ill IK  iti.ra't.-jo  iiiric.ii-ct.iit  Fort, Steele HO Nov.  I'.>(.)���)  (>i-.; about $.'.'i'i.0H |ici- ion:  MAUI)    l*I'.SIII-;i)  -''OK O'TTIM'T.  The milling ca.pacify .being re-  IjYom its placer mines Wild  Horse creek has produced between twenty and twenty-live  million dollars in gold, and this  Avill be largely augmented by  fhe production of lode mines',  now beginning lo attract attention. , .  Placer mining in Southeast  Kootenay was , very successful  during li)04. -.The gold product  for the year Avill amount to about  #10,000.     ' * '     ' .  The Bull River Mining and  Power Co., i.s pushing development work 'on their properties  in Bull Kiver. They have a  completely equipped tf camp for  fifty men. The dam' now under  construction Avill bo ^lomplotod'  during1 the winter. A considerable amount.of gold has been  found on bedrock during construction. ' The Aval or problem  has been solved, and arrangements have been made fo bring  Avafer from Bull river 10 below  the falls. - This will necessitate  a flume about tAvo miles in length  If is reported that a considerable amount of machinery has  been ordered aiid will be installed early iu the coming-  spring.  Compared with the last three  .years, fhe present situation of  the mineral industry in Southeast Kootenay is admittedly a  vastly improved one, and full of  hopeful possibilities.  The zinc industry of British  Columbia has been wonderfully  stimulated by the large and constantly increasing demand. Zinc  has beconia a noted feature of  the mineral production of the  Kootenays. Q  A foreign corporation can not  acquire mining properly in British Columbia without registering iu British Columbia provincial law.  The most important consideration in mining operations is ihe  net profit that can be made, and  tho next most important matter  is the cost of conducting practical operations whelher the enterprise be profitable or otherwise.  The otifloblc for the country  tributary, to the town of Fort,  Steele is indeed bright. . There  are several,proved ore bodies of  sufficient'size to ensure extensive  operations' for- 'many year's ..to  come. ,-Thon. considering, that  there, would be many inore developed into payers within a,  reasonably short time jil'for the  Kootenay     Central : railway, is  Opening of Congress���Launching  of Warship���President, Married  18 Years--Fifty-six Year's a  King. f     : o  Philadelphia. Dec. '���'> ���Many  thousands of men. Avomen and  children galhered in and around  Crump's shipyard today and  wii nessed, the launching ol the  armored cruiser Tennessee.  New York, Doc ���'- -- Two dozen  bicycle stars, representing lhe  cream of the fast riders of  America .and Puropo, arecnlored  ed in the international six-day  bicycle championship wh'reir begins iu .Madison Square C'arden  shortly afler,midnight tomorrow  This year's,con test promises to  be 'more interesting than1 over  before.  Washington, D.C.,' Dec: 2.���'  The" closing session of the Fi fly-  eighth congress of the United  Slates will open at noon on Monday next.  Fresno, Cal., ��� Dec. 2. ��� Prominent creamery men from all over  the -slate filled lhe assembly  room of'the Chamber "of Commerce building this morning at  the opening of the fifth annual  meeting of the California Creamery Operators Association.  London, Doc. 1. ��� Looking' as-  young and beautiful as the,average Avoman of three-fourths her  age, Queen Alexandra today celebrated her sixtieth birfhda.y,  having  been   born   Dec. 1. 184-1'.  staked   out   with   a view to preparing plans to be forwarded   to  headquarters  for   consideration  by , th_e   company  as speedily as  possible,   so    that   the   grading  contracts may be let immediately  Of course all this will take some  time, but it i.s given out that actual   work- on   the construction  will  begin' shortly   after   Noav  Year's,"and the Columbia  valley  will present tho busiest, sight in,  British   ��� Columbia     in      many  ways.  The C. P. J\\ are gelling yard  into shape for the additional  btiMiness'- ihat will "take place  here with' fhe advent of the  Kootenay Central.    Golden Star  KOOTENAY CENTRAL SURVEY  Will Run Line on Both Sides of  the Kootenay^River.  The anniversary Avas  celebrated  in the midst of a  family   gather  ing   al   Sundri'i'-ham.  During  the' day her M'ajosfy received  many messages of congratulation  as well as presents, the do'nors  comprising the Clcrnian Emperor  fhe Czar and Czarina, the King  of Poruigal,-the King -of Italy,  and lhe members of lhe Danish  royal family.  City of Mexico. . Dec. !.��� All  Mexico united today rin paying  honor lo General Porfirio Diaz,  the occasion being his inauguration as President of the republic. Io which ollice lie was elected last summer. Tho ceremonies  also included the induction into  office of l-iaiuon Corral], the new  Vice-President.-  The Kootenay Central survey  party in charge of,T. S. Armstrong. Avere camped at Wasa  this week. The, survey has been  completed from Windermere to  Wasa.  The parly, arc now engaged in  running a line on the west bank  of tho ICootenay river to a point  near Fort Steele Junction. As  soon as this'line is located, aline  will be run from Wasa to Fort'  Steele, on tho east bank of tlie  Kooienay, thence southt to a  point on the Cro.w .line near  J affray. It is reported that if  sufficient, west bound freight is  secured the line on the west,side  \vilLbe_baill,._. The main 'lino of  ther)Kootonay Central will be located and constructed on the  east side of the Kooienay iSrom a ��.  point about'four miles, north of  Wasa lo a point on the Crow .'lino  near .1 affray.  The survey party Avill move  their' camp to the vicinity of  Fort Sleele some time . during,  fife coming week.  For Launching of Tennessee.  Nashville, Tenn.. Dec. 2 ���  Governor Prazor, and a largo  party, including representatives  of the chamber of commerce of  this cily. have gone to Philadelphia to be present at fhe launching of the armored cruiser Ton-  uessee. The launching takes  place at Cramp's shipyard tomorrow.  President Married 18 Years.  0  Silver-lead Quotation  s.  New  York, De<-. L':  Bai-Si'l  \vr   50.  I-i_:ul . .  ���1  .20  Cop pot  1-1  .7,r)  Spclti-t  "1  .75  bum  on.    Pei-.    'I.���Silver,  ���27  1  --kl-  copper  X-fi7     1*   tl*. lend,    ilVfil  18  ���s  lkl:  spelter  . Z'l'i 2s   lid.  Market Conditions.  Copper Avas lower in  London-.  Lead-was unchanged locally.  London market closed at L'12,18s  9d.  Spelter also was unchanged  in New York aud London!  LOCAL NEWS.  completed, wo'oa.n lool  if  \ ahead to  i great era, of prosperity, for this  portion of lhe. Fort Steele mining district; ���,'..-  Washinglon,    D.C.    Dec.   i'.���  Willi     characteristic     lack     of  ostentaliim.    ihe    Pre*.idenl and  Mrs. liooscvoll today celebrated  the   eightoeth     anniversary    of  their marriage.    That ceremony  was  per.iormed   at   St. ('oorge's  Church,' Hanover  Square,'   London;   on   .Decern'her ,;!!,���   IsnO.   by,  Canon   Cuiheridge.   a: cousin-of  the   present 'First   IJady of the  ���Laud.-. .Members' of   the   family  T'eiiieni.liered-' I he anniversary   lo  day by llowcrs and   other, gifts'  but-there, wa.s no   observance   o  the   occasion   which   in   any do  gree look* rm a public cluiracler.  Mr. Thomas Fenwiek visited  his Kootenay river ranch Thursday.  For silver plate that Avears,  go to W. l-l. Wilson, the Cranbrook jeAvelcr.  Win. Carlin and Al Doyle returned from Sheep crook logging  cam 11 Friday. "  Collin I-5row 11. Vancouver, was  registered at the Imperial Monday.  ��� ..'  '   Kootenay Contral.  Considerable adivity is   being  displayed around (lolden   a.t   the  St-    Eugen  quoted at -lli fo ftO cents.  shares are   now  present't liue by ' official  having  Silver   i.s   Hearing   the (ill cenl  mar  some connect ion with the Koote  nay    i.enlral  ;ire  be'mg   '.tal  Ivan way.  ;en     an  LeveU  sights  The general-apathy of local  Scotchmen" prevented the celebration'  of "St.. '.Andrew's day at  Steele;     ' - .  ' -      ,    '-'   ���  'The- .next regular monthly  meeting of"Xlorlh Star Lod^e.  .A. F. -X-. A. M.. , w r 11 ta k e' j 11 a ce  Tuesda;y evening Dec. 7, at  Masonic Hall.''  The Kooteiiay "Central rubberneck is a, now and virulent.-Specimen''of'the kind. Ho interests  his fellow .citizens sympathetically   and..arouses   iiiiioh   active  he- li  ication of the  concern'as to  railway.  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.send 25 (jen'ts f'.ir mii-;|nH-i-:i.-l i!iii*'f(^i;(ip'--'
"just'the''thing   m    usi: - in  ---\aniining.
.trees.and plant..*...f->i* iii--.''*!-''
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TORONTO   -    -■■■      r '.■''■ <>'.\"r.\i:i''i..
Salesmen Wanted
No_Experiet\ce. Necessary
, ' If 'ynu :ir" .-il.l'* t" t:;!'.: r,
follow iii-:inn-i-ii,ii-i yon enrk
mn.Ko at leasJ $5.0 0 i>«.r
Jay. \V(: lu-.in.il y-.u. I -RIO*, .1
ll'itnl'„'iii'- l"*'.k ■ .'.m'..'i iniui' n liri;.-
linilM- '..I s ri 1 u 1 ► I, -~ . ul cl,.|ii lt,r Suil .,
Ovnri.-niltK .'lllll 'l!; --ir f- ■ : ■ n: ,--,MlTin-,;
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v<.11 t" r-'1 r"; inn-Ii !'ii^*.ii''S', ,*im if yii\i
rairinl 'a ;i".i- iff-K of i,r,„..|...
Vou  vffqtliro   no inonoy.;
Th'? ivi.rk la v.-iv '.|ni|,|...
If you :iri'',lioin-*-l ni"l ii.i'-.'iii liin.-!in*««.
mill wiillt l'l Im]'""•■'• vi'-ii- i.ii-iilimi, tell
us 50 mill wi' will . how yull how.
The   Canada   Tailoring   Co.
TORONTO
coiriC! so.wtVIl iiiaincod in fhePoi'l
Steel'*'.iniiriirg* dist.ri.cf.  -',"
.'. '''All'" fh al.- -'Bi^ fl-iiir'-Gall^'i'
ii'iGcrdoc'l f(V coiiifrleto'liis ooui'S(e^ii
.law ;\va.s ;fo gold 'brick.'''tlio.
'(;l(.H*t(.ii;s -OT-.lvorifoiiav".'  '"      '-.      ""
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soi- v afi vox ii ad .'a, II \'!«'>tp.'l i 1 ■'jri i 'AJ11
have bceii/wprsc--.-'.foi-^;l>ig'' Hi IK'
J'yT-lift .(.'xcusc. '.)oi--'...'5S''o\-u. Mftolia
and '"ItlMfish■■''':-'(.'olVinibin; voling
solid Lil.rera'l is forind .iit"t.-lui faef
'tiliii, .-'both- .|iroy.iiicres. ';'i'ftvi.-i)tri'iiy.
.sijiioV'zcfi jri'j'tr vo'r'y.-.sinal'iX'oriioi-s','
imo oas'l-,".'flip otlipr "west, oil the
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pitiKeus>iiegardifig';-thiSf iiiat-t-i-rt
'wa;
P -.-ospeots" in Soufh'e;ast .Kpoto-
"'"'"""'""'""''"     " " 'lobks
j,rypr\fjh,iitK'!i,)r>^S:'fif .;'c6iistructipii
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all^iong:-appare:iu;aa:;ihose ^hp,j \^^:yi^;^^^^y
.reflE9-ted:'^lfU-l'e=':£nv?--;;t  A.fi-"AAfi^Ai"fi:A^Afifi'fi'fi:fi'yfiA:r:':A':.
.thaf:tbe:Eootenay'C&ntf-a'0Kay
.       ",,,-.;,'"   .,   ,*;,.:. -,'"■.,,.■ ■■-■..,.",";]. ■" Fr'OS'peots m ^ouffipast l
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ii iie''',ity ill. be-f'lcidatecl .A:fib A""i t
£eiyeci,'.';w^
io,catiofifyyili;.be;,iiiade;p^
side at;tbe.;kc>'oteiiay:.frdnr Gold.;
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JOtenay-iitf.oy Hear; tkl.p^int- ■I^t.%i^d■iMi^■^^^/t6■3l^i^
:::tlie;,;:wpst: sid,^, tbence,:clown. v^-.:, AAAy^Arfifiifi^y^Ayfnr
Koote
;to
'tbe-'^vei;^^
'raiL^S:.nortbHff-,W<isa:^
tibe: i-iv.'ei- ■ fettle",ey;ws.t'.':siple;' t]ic;ifcie
'ctovyif-;;;tbe■' iii'v0 A,to -,l^pi:.t';"StcS;!e.'
'iK-ornffetGeje'tbe^line^^
|be Ifbatjulls;;^';^
Crpw^^esfc;:bi-i«i(ib n^&i^TaffirayT;
yfifiAyfiiijiie '^a.lsoi'-w.ilt,Sbaf::Jqeatod,
j'r'om:7;Wasa-fit"ofi;a-   pbilnt'oivtl-ie.
prbw^f Kektfbraiiclr ,neo:r' Port;
8t-oeife-;,Juireiiion/;;tbe."irea^
tb i s- is; t b at,; if; 1 a Vge fi 'Ore. '■., toil i'i age
is;Gxpected,li-bni^lie,Wi;ndo;rinere
.m'niiiig districty', .anotber  reagoir
,'i's tbat tlie railway, compiiny  dp-
sires to,obtain"allc:.necessary .information   as . to , ■■■_iitui-e.    possible extensions.-and :tbis infor-^
malipir can  be /secured best, at
tbis .time. ::wben:.tbe; surveyors
are iu'tbe field/    if t-be tonnage
is sut'llcientl-o warrant the building   of   tb is , spur or extension it
will bebiiilt at the. same time the.
-main line of .:tbe-'K,G.R./is.--c.on-'-.
strpctedv/'-/"^"       .'.-•. ■:'■   :,,■   ■'"' ■'".
■ 'Tlie main line of the,Kootenay
Central/will'certainly be located^
as^' outlined , above. - Tbe conditions 'of the Cba.rter. -'the,/Conditions upon which the subsidies
were given are such as'- permits,
of - no ^ofhe"'f , route., and agricultural, iumbering'and mining- 'interests '-of;the, Kootenay valley
make tlie route, as outlined, pro-
duc-.tive from one. end- to the
other.' a ■- paying investiiieiif" as
soon as tbe"'road is (-ompleled.
The'prodoii'iinafin'g/advantage of
j lot-.ution.' on 'ilb.' e:.ist;sidi.; of tire
i'lvootenay.. over all' other ; routes
i and. the. cond it iei'is as l hey . Irave
j been. . developing inv months
I show thai ' 1 h'/si- 'facts arc' lo be
1 realized, awl that ihe progress'
I of Steele 'luring tbe coining year
'"v/jil ire grcat'i'!- iba-i-i i-vi.t.- 'rims
I'tlic'ii. 'f he-people of Fort-Steele.'-
'and P.t.liers: a.li o.v.'i- i he district
! t'l'ia.v" go fur-wan! in.lo the -year
i-l.!io", ;x\\ lfi full i-.onlidciic.ir in I he
i a.dv:iii'-.eiiji-nl of traih-. and lie-
i f ii I les I di-vi-h ipiia-ii i ,of tin- mi n
.. era.I  r,-esoiii'(-e-..
Ti-
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wav/,Co:;/was,intei*e5ted a,n,:ine ^^-.r^.^.^
^^^■:^r^^;i-^'^1^
Sfe(§le.ff;:Fronfea/r^ept.le|;ter;re-^
be a.;;::hqt. time"-'in the.old ; tpwh,;
shbuldiae ^nsiiPortiahd^Me/"///
$n./.tp'V;Oana£;'^
mbiiy;and .all/ work' togetiier/fpi;
tbbiupbullcliiig of Steele.fandilie
KoPtenay/Cpntr^l/ra
;':/ When fiy ou/ b!ear^'a/m iiii,r.taii lfi ng ,-
(i ioirV-Wve.''rXjibeiiai--;p^^ ;;the;
•, Gj?an ci!/:'I irun yfififiP aci tic//railway/,
-jus'fask;hirh:if he,aisp;advocates.-
tiie-idea^pf-,ihe-;pcp
payiiig:fbirlt./and >fh'en-making;a.f
pre&eht of it, -to Messrs. Cox/aiid
Hays// <//,;' fifififiAfifififififififi.fifi'-AfifiyfifiAyy.
.?'■'' -"'-i' .' ,".':"-.   . y.      '•'•'«.•■   A.y.fifi      ■ ' .'■:■",.. Afiy
■-.- The '..weaiili'ei;.-: has been' very,,
fine/-ever ./'since': election -day
though' it.has-been a- 'lit-tie .cold.:
:$Ve"suppose, tiha-t this- is .due -to
the,'Grit^party//who stillvcbnr
,linuC;f'to,'claiin\. everything ..in
'sight.; ■: ' ; .   , -°   ':  ;' -//-'"v ■
/The Baltic   lleet,still.'-cra\yls'i
eastward. * ,'- ■■■ ■'■■■-'■■" /:' ./.,-'
'fi'fifiA ■'/ ''..'.'• ■',* ,"f,:A.  ,  -:..'■':.. :''„',-.
.' Ex-Governor Mackintosliiihas
said://..f[I _,waht,,tliei'■ tariff;so re-
vised tiiat_eyery working ,will„re;,-
celve .'full- :.yaliie for his money.
The,necessaries of life are, High
i n'the Kootenays, and tlie working ;people of:/this, district are
having their wages reduced."
' ■'. ■' -"'•' -.' K'- ■*-*.'. ■ '■ ■■;,' ' ' "•'
The working people seemed to
have forgotten this phijin statement of; a practical 'truth, which,
°the ;/ Conservative ■candidate
promised to act upon to the ex-
•ient'of bis.iiower. .-'-■" '•■■[■'
-Port Arthur liiusf be nearly a
in'Ulion miles high—it has'been
falling nearly every day for four
months. -■■'. - -;.
:'■„.. J.   HIGHWARtDEN.
PIONEER-BARBER -SHOP
Everything Strictly First Class.
Ni-xi' floor to lhe. Prospect n:
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gar;
Store
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ALL     THE     TIME
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TO
SEATTLE.   TACOMAj
AND: ALU
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ST; PAUL,  CHICAGO, NEW YORK,
AND '
i rn-,-
ii/L-'P0MS:fl*Si
Palace and Toiu-ist
;;  Sleeper;s, Builistl;'/-';/
liibrary Cnrs, WCocleni/
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fi /-//Dining-" Cars./,.:;:,;/;,
MEALiS   A ;LA'  CARTEi-'
Best   Meals :ori;; Wlieels-/
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-./K-A.S'iri'.'AN.p ' WIIS'IV l)A llAfi .;; *L fi-fi A A: Afi:
■-;/"/S'PEClAp: EXCURSION'/RATESfAfi "Afi
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QEN-ERAL   .:;;
: MERCHANTS
Fort Steele;
fiy fiy fifi fiB:.G.fi
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0ave-just'receive'd-two;
-.. -.   ,. Carloads of -.'
:MRM 'WASO«S;'li0GGffiG TRUG'KS
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AA
■ ':'-;      PlovfS, ' Harrbws./,-i'Ha.ying and Harvesting ,Topls,:,im:
pleiiieiits of all kinds.. ' . ,,-,    :-;....' ;° ;;' ■;-,";;■■'-"',-_
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perfect, li-iiiiis in-l.lie.woi.-ld.'', - / ,,.' ;„/ ,.-
' f.Ypi/will liud it dds.triiJiLL-to r-ido on
flipse ti-ai ns u-lion^Ouiy:. Lo iuiypoiiil/in' .;
ilie ,'Eiisi-or'i,!".' Stiites "or.'. Caiiiula. : They.--.-*
eoiuiei-t , willi; /all TriUisconUiientiil .;
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Mow fliii.1i I'oslon has sol lhe  seal of critical approval on  ���'Parsifal", the'kite Dr.' Wagner  has indeed good reason lo feel  spiritual]v oucourasj'od.    ,,  Voung ,c;oiiple*- , who are  married in auloi.iobiles are. always exposed to the danger of  un early falling'oui,. c  ' A wild rumor has gained credence to tho effect'Ihat Qbm Paul  Krugor buried a lot of gold,  somewhere m Africa .before his  banishment,. ' We wonder if tiny  woman regrets thai he is dead.  Three duals have already been  fought over tlie assault on Minister of ' AVar , .And re al Paris.  Unless arbitration quickens its  pace, some one may get hurt before this filing is over.  - The Dominion parliament  has  been summoned to meet   on Jan-  i r ���  nary 11 th next.,  In the-bright, Russian lexicon  there is no such word as mediation. We don't know what the  ���Russian word for if is, and even  if we could loll you you probably  wouldn't be able lo pronounce if.  St. Petersburg is joyous over  the Idea of double-tracking'fhe  Siberian railroarl', .apparently  without considering that it will  make so much the easier the advance of. Ihe .lapane'se , on  Moscow.    . -   .  - The progress o�� events at  Belleville must leave Sir Wilfrid  Laurier in some doubt as to  whether the (-'rand Trunk Pacific  Railway or the bogus ballot box-  carried the country.  Winter shows an extraordinary  forbearance in. allowing Indian  Summer to linger so long on its  front door step.  ,  The llood of American settlers  pouring  into   Canada  continues  *'*- 'f JA=r '' v"'/-*i i^.  r     ,,K('i.rS.-. AxiA'^  CK,vxni;ooK lkicxci-: district  Tin- half yenrl.v niee'cinp ol lln- Hoard  of J,iri'ii*-e ('onirius-*ioii(*i*s. I'i-iinlirook  f.ieriwe Dji-lrirt. will lie lield at Ilie  <'om-t, I lou-e Cranln-ook. on Tliiirsdiiy  lleccnibui" lnili. HM)1..ir.l, ten oVlod: in  lhe fori'iioon ylieu ilie following iippli-  c.-i'Uouk will eoiiK; before the JJourd:--  .1. 11. Seolt t.i-anslei'lo Cenlr-iil Hotel.  Wiirdner.    John liyiin.  .lamer* P.rowii. InU'l'iintioiKil Hotel.  Wardiii-r.  A.   A.   <'ni-i-ii*   transfer  lo   Wai-duer  liolii'i-t llohai'l.  Imi'i-rial   lloiel. Pl.  ���mil  Hotel. Wiirdner-.  Sii'lH--\   Ht'dijlni*  Sleele -I unci ion.  11.   I ti'iiie.iiian   lt-an->ti*i*   to    Impi  Hole!. Port Steele.      N.  i laii^ni.  II. S. Miitlier. Windsor, l-'ort Steele.  H.'A. I''ra*-er. Sli-iit licoiia. Fort, Steele  S. ( 'Milieux. I'j'iiiiiiei*. Sheep (..'reek.  CIIIKP  I.K'P.XCK  INKI'l-XTOI*.  NOTICE.  iVol iff i*, liero'l-.v ^iveii lliiil. nlhirl.y  ilii.v.s al'ler dine. 1 intend to make application to'the Chief (.\'iiinii.*->ionor of  J.iimls iiml Work*- I'or a l.ieeiiM* lo eat  itnd carry away timber I'roni the following de--crilied land*, iu Soullii'it*.! Kooteiiay l)i.-*t rict:  '('oiniiieneiiie ill. it *io*.l planted ill, the  ii'.-rtlieiiil corner- of S, CadwixV preemption, thence easl -111 ehain-i. ntheiK;c  r-oiuh Wl chaiiirf, tlience west HI chiiin-,  Ihenee north SO chains to 'place of he-  i-iiininj;-. , [  Dated Ociobcr'^otlV. liKH.  "Win. ( 'iirli'n. I.oeatoi-    ,  ���lo (Jcor^e C;cai;y, Aeent,  NOTICE.  Sixty days afler dafc t intend to  apply to the (Miiuf ('orninissioner ol  LiukIi tind Works foi* permission to  purchase the following deseribud hind  for ]>;i**l,ur;rl purposes. Kejiinnin-j at a  sliif-e 'planted "20 chain*-' nort,h of the  fiOUlhea-it corner ol Lot "l.*>. thenee 'east  8(1 chain.*,. Ihence north 20 chains,  tlience wo-i.SO chains, thence **otith L'0  chains contain in;-, Ifi'o aeres-. ��� , ,  ' Dated at Wolf Creek the llth day of  November. l!KU' '    ,  .1. 10. IIU-MMILRICYS  ���IT -   Ai-o-nt \\\ PUKNC'IJ  MINKKAI^ACT  (KOK.M   F.)  OKItTiriC-ATK  Ol"   IMI'KOVI'MENTf  unabitted.      They   are a class of  ��� well-to-do people who are intent  on one thing only the betterment  of their conditions.  . The average man can now ��'ive  politics a, rest and attend to  business.���----.-=-. ���  No other thing will help your  holiday   trade' so   much as good  '������advertising. Your plans should  be so arranged IhiJf this important factor may have unrein iff ing care.  Adverfisiiig.inusf be regarded  not, only ,ns a, necessity for fhe  store which would prosper, but  as an indispensilile clement in  the prosperity of a, community.  The bogus ballot box matter  is still before the court in Belleville, .Onf. Evidence has come  out 'tha.t WO extra, ballots were  printed."  .. The ,sor;ialist   candidates     in  ���': Yale-Car-iboa    and ���;,.���  Kootenay.  both   lost- their  deposits   in the  recent, elections.    They   did   not-  lose   nyich,   ''do gitng"  put. t.ho  money   up- knowing* they would  '. lbso.it.'. ';'������  ���'.Mae  Mew  NOTlCiS.  -Violet   Praetion"   and.  Pi-action" .Mineral^Claiins.   ,,  .Situate in the Von Steele Mining Division  ot Kast lCootunuy Disti-ict.      ' '  Whore localed:���On Sullivan lllll.  Take notice Unit 1. Tho--. T. MeVittie. l-'.Jl.C-  No. UTilTlO. ;i(;oiit for O. \V. BuwImiII. If.M.C.  No. 11TS07I, W. .1. Whines, l-'iee Miner's Cei-till-  cute NTo. 157.*i07ll, inteiul. sixty, day*, from Ilie  date hereof, to apply ,to tlio Mining .Keeoi-der  for il Cei'tiliciito of Improvements, for the pur-  posci of olmiiniiifr a Crown Ur:int of the above  rliinns  Ami fuilhei- Hike notice that action, under  .section ST. mu.*,t be commenced before the isi-u-  ance of such (Jertilk-iite of Improvements.  Dated this -Mtli day of November, A.D. 1001.  !<) THOS. T. RfcVfTTllO  ^jitmi0 __  HEiiiiiiiEli  FORTY-FIFTH YEAR.  56 PAGES :  WEEKLY ^ILLUSTRATED.  INDISPENSABLE TO MINING MEN  = 3   PER  YEAR, POSTPAID.  i-.i;.'i!i nm sAMi'i.i'ieui'Y.  inmg.���a Scientific Press  330 MAKKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.  NOTICE.  Take notiee that I intend to apply" (o  the. Iioiir-fl of Lii'uii:*e (Jomnfu'siunci's  lor Ci'iinlirooU- Distriei. at the next reg-  iilai" nii'i-tiim on. December l-ith for a  renewal of {In- Ijieei^e for lhe AYiiKlsor  Hotel at  Port Steele.  Daled this l."ilh day of Novenihi'i-.  I'.IO).  -if ' ri. S. MATH 1011  NOTICE.  Take noi ice that I intend lo iipply lo  the Uoiiril ol Licence CoinniisMoners  for ('ranbrook Hi-it rid. itt their* next  regular ineetin^- on Decoinber loth, for  a ii-iintifei- Irom myself to ^Cil-, 'll:in,*.on  of the licence for the Imperial Hotel.  Purl Steele.  Daled llii*. 2nd day of November. A.  D., HUM.  Hi     ' II. UKIXKMAX.  NOTICE.  'I'nI.i' noiiiM- lhal I iiiiond in apply lo t'ne  Ohiol t*.>iiniii*.*.ioii<'i* ol' I.nnd-, and Worli.s for a  iHi'iity-iini' yeur liniliei- 1<;ii*>i' on the tollnwiii','  iIi'si'I'IImmI lands in .N'oiili !'*,nst Kooti-nav:  ('nmnienciiii.' nt a posl plamcn on llio liank ol  Ilie Kooteiiiiy River and on the. Western boundary of I.oi. (i'll'S nboul ihree miles North of,the  .Soutli limit of said I jot, said point, beinj- tlie  Xorllii-nst corner of i.oi .15111'., ihence norlli. ltiil  i-hiiins, west forty chains, norlh eitrhty .-eliiiiiis  wesl cit'lily chains, north one hundred iiml  sixty '.-.liaiiif.-. west eighty elniins. north eiylity  chains, west eighty i-hain.s. north eighty chnins  west eighty chains, noi-lli ei>;hty eliains west  eiirhly chnins. nortli eighty eliains, west eighty  chains, norlli ei^'lit.v chains, west civilly chains  north ei^hly chains, west civilly chains, nortli  eighty clniins. west <:ij,'lily clniins, nurlli civilly  chains,' west eighty i-liaiiis. nortli eighty chains  west tliree liiiudred and twenty ciiiiins, thence  smith one hundred nnd sixty clniins. oast civilly  chains, south ci'i-flily eliains. cast civilly chains,  sonlh eighty chains, east ciirhly eliains, south  eighty eliains. east elKht.y eliains.' soutli eighty  eliains. east eighty chains, south eighty.chains,  east eighty chains, .sonlh eighty chains, ensi  eighty chains, south eighty eliiiiiis. east eiglity  chnins, south eighty chnins. nasi civilly eliains.  souih ei|,'hl.y ehaiiis. oust.eighty clniins, south  eighty ehainsj ensi eighty i-liiiin.s, south civilly  idinins. eiist eighty chn ins. south cii-lity chains,  (hence i-nsi.two hundred eliains Id place uf he.  iiiiiiiiu-:. j|'   ' " ...."'  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:.,fK..,,vL,:..= .Tyf.Gali>i^
V?--£'^
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201. ih. fix oi th <J Hv iTe; o.i'-'iA:l be r.tv. Mutz.
\,;^l^::.].:.iBaiitryHias-opeiitkl:fa mife-;y3;^f jy.;,',.
ic and:s;i:ation>*ry:sLore-aVFern-ie.,.-fj..'i^'.;,' ''Y:
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.';.'.' Vf-'-.-.-'ltiiKuliir   ineetinK|<--ls(,-. .TiliiMliiyi; iii   each
■",- moiitli ill ciKht o'clocil;; , visitiii),' lli-etlusi-ri'-iu-n
.."- cordiullylInvited. '• . -,   .:.-,'-'-y-   -.'-  '   ■ •  ',■,•■'"''■■'"■'''.'•■'
Kile Itlvei-'.J'^oi1ko.,,.:I'Vi-hie,   rcgnlai-' nieiM.iilys
!,',-. iielil lirst.l-'i-iday of .eiich'inoiHh.  f . = i - - "
y Crun'ljroo.k l^od(,'o! Ci-nnhi-ool-, i-ei,'nla[i-' nieet-
■'-.. lilies held On the thli'd 'I'liiii-sday ol' each month
"--..fi:.'.'  ''fififi fi fi',.''fi '■"'" fi        .!. II isi.Oi:.'Scci-clai-y:1.;
;,y: '^WWVpWrtMWW^JWVtVrfVV^VWto^
'5 Kocky1 M'oii'ntain 'Glkuiter =:
-.;'■* •"':■■ fi".   ''■"■'--."fiy   '''"-■'.,""  "   '-,=:
• £,'"./,'  "'.fi NO.-v-l.2r-,; '|.{. A.-M. '-A"   :   $:
'5'       fifi li'oii'P'S'i'i'U'a.i-:, i i. <::.   '■'■■--fi. .-■■fifisl
.--   :S :     ,l.tc«-iiliu--inocti iii>*s:—"incl -Tu'cs-   3"
;■* " ,«*
-■:' '.'eg    day" in    each   iiloin.li    :tt..- o i.tl"li t-   -3;-
,     5'' O'clock.  .,.■'■'■■■■'■   '"'■''•'        '-' ■'■'- •     ;".
■ i>       -      ff'. —   ,.'- '■- ■   '■■■3;
S ,-     Sojourniiij,' ■ (''onipiriiio,ri<';,nr-e- ■■ .5;
._g - oordiiilly invited.      ■ . v -,   !:
■A-g- "■'■'::    - '*.«■ ".■■-■■-■.:'■ :--..^:*
■"•%;-.:    ,, .James lli.sr.oi.'. Scribe-B. : 5:
,■   %■■■■'■   ':fi,:       ■     ■  fi   ,".y..fi -.. :'■-. 3:
■"■';','"   Professional.
; y:^\:dy.ert;ii;e:- ,;ini. fTHEy^F.ribspi-;(>--'H
:i'<ii^'ni:;ydn'*Avii:n!:'ib ■J'i'|..
-yg teel ei^ irie 'vftji-airlis-: ar,eyidys|:)la-y:-,j':
i'u'g;.lheir^(EUTristniaS:^
.' '..li'liiayfi, interesl- vou.to read\the
ne^v .^f'!AdiviO(T^vKej|,y
drusjirists":;.;- ,;::    ■'";'::-.y-Afi,fi"°■'-.-. \!;
■^£
fi: fififijfifi -TieferVe, d. Cqaiure.yli,.,te;:::
'I3a,rge;: 'of. "Granlyrbok-.'... were, at
SteelecOn'Saiurdavriastt..' fi:, "fi  fi
'-fifi- 'T.fi'S. Armstrong, pliief of. th_
Kooienay CeriLral.sun^>* [lariy,
was iii liOwii Mondiiy.
-.Look up Jeweller Wilson's ad-
yerUs,ement vand'-'see^yifiyiliere; is
uuyjiring you.-'want in his line.
'"'■.P. W. Oodffroy. Calgary', was
r-oiristercd at liie ''Iiniierial '.^joh-
tlav.'. "'■■■:-'- •' -.'--.  "..■"-.■   ■'•':.:"'::,'•■" ''
■'^S».
..'.■HARVEY &  McCARTER
BARRISTERS AND;.SOLICITORS
".-'ClRANnUOOK..','    - ..''B.(.'*-. fi'fi:
G;W. ;F.-GflRTER,:B.G.L.:,;
Notary Pi'ib/ic of""Hfirftlxli  ("-'■'■'init/iifi.
(Jollection ,'"!', iti-i-iihr,I.-' 'iiii'-niiiMi' ti..t
Aiulilirig- .nnd ..Ivee'rihy - nf l"',.s.k- la.in-
wiY.i ili?pati-ii.-' '( Vil'l-'il-sjii'In ii •;.'•■- -I'lfirfi-
<-'..'.'    ' '      '■:■■'-,    .'..:'.-'
Q. W'.-F. ('AKTKI1;., ]■'.,.r: ^r-r.-i.-. .'.<',
C H:  DUNBAR
BARRI-STHU,' S.f>filCITOl'
and NOT.VUV  I'l.'IU.K .
Cranbrook.  B.C.
'. "'D. Newell- and, .'A'.' B.-Graee
were Cranbrook visitors on Mon-
day.yy-.'. >.:..-•.:.:. ^'-v;   ■- ;-,'-':y y- .-
: ,.Miy. and .Mr:*;.. A. B. 'Fenwidlv,.
Ml-s,,T. Penwiek and;' Mr*;'Pred
Binniove visited '.Cra-nbrook Wed-.
nes'day.   ■       '■-'.'-■' -.;■■ * •.'■'-■•'- '•■ '".'., Y-
y Mr. and 'Mrs. 'T. T. Mc\-iitie
atten'ded tlie wedding of 'Mr. W;
V, Gvird and Miss Moss- at Cran*
brook on Wednesdav. '.
fW^g§{Ctp"Iip.R5f#l|^
TELEPHONE   17.    - "Importers of FOREIGN  LIQUORS:
.:-:... ..A,:fi Granbrook, ^; ;.f3."C-. .
\r\iY
\ fi::-;we can jnterest; you in
YOUR   WANTS   -   OUR
.' ' Mrs.- P.' Afi. ...Jones. 'Marysville.
was Visiting lii-i- ]iarenis .'M-r.' aiid
■Mr*-. S. H.a'r.sbnian at Kalisj-eU
hist week. ■'..-■.-      , ■ -: •
T.H.OMAS    McVITT-IE
;.ip.'E.s'-.v'cs <a. b..
Port. Steele' B.C.    '     .
KOIIT  S'l'KKI.I''    DKVKI.dI'MKN-l' SVNIilCA'l K  I.TlJ
IIIH l.ciidcnliiill Street..I.i-iiiilii.ri..l-:in.r'litini "
N.  A. WALLINGER, FORT STKR'l.E.
POST Ol-'I-'IOK  liDX'M.-
J..(i. CUMiVUNOS
CIVIL    ENGINEER.
Provincial    Land 'Surveyor
PORT   ST UK BE,   B:   C.
...Among tin- -ittblii: . .sj'iiri.l.'ed-
c.iti/.i-ns miii'-h •ouiislaciion'.'i.s nx-
'I'lres-se'd . oy'bv. the ■ i'aei tliat tlie
Kootenay (..'i.'i)-ii-aI is io in'i located
on the i-ii.st >i<!<' ol'-ilic'lviioicnay
river. -      ,
Wlr. li'itvi! just ,'i-Gi-ei\:i;(l., Uic:' ]:i,ro-y'st
. , iMin-iigiiiii.-iit 'ofcCliirlst-iiiti's 'jroOds...
ijvi.-i- lii'ovio-lit. iiiln li-liis (lislricl. uiid c,-iy
.eiui Kiiil:-I'liti iiui.*-! fnsUilioiis..' Oni- litii.-s
iir(--('(nii|ik',!i:* i'lfiil is wilhoiit .doulii 'tin-
niii.-l si.-loi-riii Soiil.ln-;isi   Ivoottjiiiiv.  .-.
M
The ' Liecii.-i.e ('oiiiiiii.ssioii(.>rs
will nri.ii.it oir-IJ(':(.:e.niber .,'l-."il-li.- at.-
(.-'ranbro'.ik'. to', nrifuive'- applications for- renewals I'm- yihe
i.-n.**t)jng-.yo:r.r.   ;,
Li-i'n'i.-a.l.s in''- jul,-ii;.i I ing i.iv.er
ihe victory of ■• I ;ig J !ill"( hillilier
iind ■'Buri'-a.n h'.nss in Is.ootenay,
Yah*,.iiriii (.'a riliVjci. and I hey ha vti
a'-rig-hl io when lin-y, ihinl; heiw
sil lipid soiii'i- (.'iinsi-i'iii'l i ves were
in no!, c.oii.-idering their own ' in-
ter(:.-.i.'.s' i ii t ii" ma.!.; t-.r.
. The. (-i'ov. V Xi-.st. [.iiiiiher i'n.
ni ■ Vi'a-rdni-r has /-IosimI down lor
this vear. '  '   .   - ■   •■'■
\K-elui n ie^.   1 ;U'i'ik i -.  *.pi nl--nu n !
, T'. heal and .*iill'-!i I... -Iiui and rciiii'Ve
lil-.-aM;-. "ii- ail.) l'!.-l -.l-.ihK j.-iiri' an-iiaili.
c!e.. ll*i- Ti"- •■.Mii'-'li-!- M'-I'hiiiin- .-'; Tiii- **i.ii|.
Alhi.'i-t Toil'-t S"ii|. <'•>.. Ml.., i
Wcyliave everyl-hing in the way of -   • „ '.   y-  -,
Doirs^fliooks,'Toys^ Leather Goods,
Dressing   Cases,   Pictures   a«ul Toilet
'Articles...
i   i. ■ ■■ i.    ' , *.    -    -.    .-,,'    ' ,  ■
I'A'eryihing tli al; yon or the children- nia-y want...
When in Town Gali in and See Us.
■',:■;■;:& E.. REID'7(fc CO:; :;
.'■...'The 'Druggists..
CRANBROOK,   B.C.
•^
^.Afi- .'A-.Ay/Ajt Afi.- ^2.r^At <A2i.<£z ''<g2z <Afi± ^AZ,i ^/_s
^
-■*•■-■-'    ;(.'i)iistriu-;tioii '\v()rlc -is\lii;iiici-   i'ii|iii.lly 'i;;ri-i,:ie-d .'oh  in',.ii.-'i,b()i,'oiigli itnd sub-   : ' '.-'■■
st;i,iiti;il,in;uiiii,*i*'iLnii wlii-ii'i.iiiiiiplel.oil  it,   pi-oiiiises  in   ho-;, the ' iiiosl   i.i|i   l.o  (litl.c   :
pnu'i.'i- Iii'odiiyor-iii (.'iiiiiui.il.   ''iVn niili-si)!' I Jul 1 1 iivi'i- cim l.x-   ili-iiincd   h\*   tlieii*    "'■-.'
Ilimiii-   ii.nd   i'i', ^iiiliriiiliiiry. (,'i)'ni|)itiiy  Ims lii.n'ii Toi'iiuid In iipei-.-iti! I.liis piu-t iifMit.-.
Nviir-lviiiul il. isy-Sl-iiiiitlc'd lliiii. siilliiriciil, yi'lldu-'iiio.l.itl u-illlrc pi-iiiiin-.cd cl'i-om   tlie'-    ;
dry   l.i|.'d   nl'-' Liu-   i-iv<','i-,i,(.i,iii(.iiv l.liiiii pay l'(.)i*.t.lu.'.;(!i>sl. of. tlio ll'iiwoi- l.'liiiili.■ ,uvii;u •,'• --:''.-':-.
OV.1,'1'.'  ■'■.. ...''.-     >'.-'-.    '.., -.'.-;, , •■ .   ■     , -'.'-., '. ,',:'.'■ ■■■,..-  .    ',.--.'■.
'i'lioi-i- ..is idsi) IViiYnod ii. Siili.sidiiti-y Tinvnsili- (.'oinpiiiiy l.o look iil'tci- i.lujii-". -^
inl'oi-osts in 1,1 lis i-oiiiiei-l-ii'ii iind «in'ttccoiint, of the iiiiiiiii^- ;un.l- otlioi* resources iii *: o
its i:iiiiii'diiil.(;bpi-().\iiiiily cririsidi'i.-iihlo'ii'i-l.ivil.y.iis :niti,i:ip;itiitd in t.iiis I )i-p:.i.i-l.iiii.-iil,*  ■
""'■■■'"Vyitli' pjach Share erf Stock purchased iii tire ' 'Bid I,. - fi   ,fi fi
Iviver   h'a.lls ' Bou-er'a.nd1 Light- Company is given iis-ayiy, y
.- ..- .-■ .bonus:,-'--    '...'--.. '■",'.''' " :■ '' ■ v.. '■■  ■      ,-• ■',, .,'.:
■     .One, share in the Mining.Dept. and   ,
One share in the ToWnsite Dept. '        '■"
Buy nowas 1 he pi rice will liiidonbledly advance as0tlie worl  of
consi-ruction. iien.rs coniple'.-ion! ,' '-
Geiieral 'Merchaot'
'3_v5cEE-s<j.ii- Dealer.
AND
rl
T. ROBERTS, Proprietor.
Fresli* :md Salt Meats  Always On Hand.
•J.     IVhtniifaK-.tiircM* <if all Kinds of l"jiinibor,     . A-htrgo a,.ssor,l.- ^
^                .inenl.-of scii.soned   Bii'i'nhi'i* ii.nd Shingles itlwa.ys   ' ^
t^fi-.                                                          on hand                        V ^2Z
§'           DIM lflN.SI.ON     -LUMBER     A     SPECIALTY. H
|:'.'.'v'.;vyflS:fl! --■-■b'g.- "■-1.

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