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 Library of Lay All  Vol. fJ.  PORT STBBUB, J3. C, SATURDAY, UBCBMBBU 2G, 1903.  No 5*2.  DISTRICT NEWS.  Windermere Mining H-Jott s'.  Imiiiii Ilic Olllcl,'i|l  i  The funeral 'of the unfortunate  Mr Palmer tofilc place here Sun*  d:iy uliernoon. lie.v. Mr. Frnsor  couilucted this services.  It.'is generally stnted thai the  Pia.rmigun miners will nil .comedown tho hill for Xmas , and  spend a full week. There will  In* ;i hot. time in the old town. -  AValler -Sloddart left on tho  last stage for liis home in Columbus Ohio.i lie intends returning  in a couple of. months. "Walter  has now been in Winderiivn-e for  several years and is a general  favorite.   " 4 ,0 >  A largo number of our bashJ'ul  young bachelor* are playing real  cute and say they are going east  to spend Xmas at home. Flow  simple they must consider their  friends. Everybody knows'that  reason is .a poor blind, and the  real reason is--well, next year  is Leap Year. "Hut. won't it be  dreadful   if   no   girl   asks   tlieni  lo  .     ,  Morrissey'Mines.  scuts American activity concerning' Wiju  Lipton will add another loaf  to his Shamrock and will make  a lourth try for America's cup.  There is pulp wood enough,in  Canada to paper the world.  Applications have been made  to lhe Japanese consul in Montreal from i'i! young C.uiadians  who desire to enter the Japanese  army in case of war.  Swarms of Chinese are rushing into British Columbia to  evade the head tax of sriOd' which  i'       p  goes  into    ell'ecl   January   1st,  1904.  Columbia expects no encouragement or sympathy from'Europe,  neither is there any hope that  tlie Panama mailer will be submitted to the 1-1 ague tribunal.  The wholc'world is interested,  and all eyes are turned to the  far-east where Russia and Japan  are playing a careful game preparatory to actual war.  A MERRIE CHRISTMAS.  Notable Events in Celebration  of the Day.  Xmas .With the King and Queen.  FORT^ STEELE PUBLIC SCHOOL  llisiiiiluir. Mom'.-e.V Mines   .  ] 11. F. Martin, superintendent  of the Morrissey .collcries, ��� is  away on'an extended trip lo the  Stales.'   J. A. Manning is acting  ab-  B  I11S  the   roil    most  superintendent,   during  soiioo, and he   is   lill'iiii*  , sponsible   position     in  creditable manner.  ,    Harry Simmons., late  pay-roll  'clerk atfthe mines, left, last Saturday for Chicago where he has  been oll'orKl a lucrative position  "wilh lhe Pennsylvania railroad.  ',llarry*was one of.the best boys  that was ever-in this* ("imp/ and  his departure is keenly fell by a  legion of friends.   ,  The present winter is an nu  usually mild oueAand there* are  no indications that it will not  continue so for some time to  come. The almost' total absence  of snow is a great boon ,1o building operations and stock mon  throughout the, districl, although  it is rather serious for the sawmill's, and a few feet of the  beautiful would greatly fa ei lit ale  lhe work of gelling out logs.  Goal Creek News-  A New Principal Appointed for the  ' '    Coming Year.  Kliilll   till-  I'lIT  I'lO-.--.  The   mines  of   late* luivo been  .running   at  a   disadvanlage, on  account of tho   frost.     Tho  last  few   days  I lie  tonnage^is again  back to llie 1:200 mark.  The new tipple from mine No.  :', is being pushed to completion.  Tliis when liuishcd will join  old (ipph! at the scales,  task is a, ponderous one and  quires tlie skill of our best carpenters. Tin* force here has  been augmented by carpenters  from   Michel   and   other  places.  The tipple will be used I'or lhe  new wire haulage system A  now bridge has been in use for  some linn* just below this tipple  for. fhe hordes working in No's  2 and :'..  Tlie Board "of Trustees, after  .carefully'considering the qualifications and standing  of  several  ** li  applicants for the position of  principal, have appointed Mr.  H. S. B'agnail.  Mr. Bagnail is a graduate of  the Prince, of, Wales College and  Normal ^School. P. W. L..' and a,  medalist ol" the samo. he has  also taken a - posl ' graduate  course in Boston, anil is an all  round athlete. , Ho will coni;  menco'liis duties after tlie' holidays on uhe -llli of .January.  Pending tho appointment, of a  permanent teacher. Mr. W.  Thomas Johnson has had charge  of  the   school,   and proved him-  *    i  self an able and efficient instructor also a good disciplinarian,  and the Trustees were fortunate  in securing him iu lhe interim.  are seated one at eilher side of  the table. The baron of beef,  which rhis year weighs 110  pounds', will be borne in .with'  the usual quaint ceremonies of  the time of Henry VJ11. ' In accordance wilh lime-honored precedent, the plum pudding will  weigh an even hundred pounds,  and will decorate lhe center of  the table, resting upon a golden  platter and decorated with holly  and mistletoe.''' The toast to the  memory of the late Queen will  be drunk by the company'standing, and the loving cup will be  passed. The King himself will  do the carving. All or dinner if  the weather and ice are favorable, the party . will indulge in  torchlight skating on Sandring-  liam lake.  AN UNFORTUNATE CHINK.  Silver-lead Quotations.  New York. Dor. 24:  Bar Silvor          Mexican dollars   Lead      '      ...:...  Coiipor.'   Spoiler." ,   London.   Dec '2-4.��� Silver. '-")  ���4.371  ooppur   ��.">(!  hpelter. Cl'l  !.">:,      d:  7*. .lid.  :trl<id:  lead.     ��11 :<*A  ilrl:  New Editions-  the  Tho  ro-  The new edition of the British  Columbian, Year Book recently  issued'by R. E. Gosnell, secretary of the Bureau of Provincial  Information, is brimful of much  useful information, about the  province and ils resources.  The Christmas number of the  Cranbrook Herald has ��� been received, and has a holiday appearance and may be useful, as'a  work of handy reference.  The Pernio Free Press will issue, a holiday edition tliis week.0   s>  Will be Tried for Murder.  News Notes.  The Por'o ha.s agreed to lhe  demands ol the United Suites  government, and has ordered the  Covernor of "Aloxand.rot.'l'.a; to  make ample apology to Consul  Davis ..for I lie assault, upon him  by the Police of Aloxandrel.ta.  A Fears* are expressed that.  Russia may ha,yo outstripped lhe  bounds which would make, peaceful',    'negotiations   . with  Pernio. Deo. 21. ���At the preliminary examination of K. Rho.  who is charged with the murder  of Andrew Johnson, Rho was  committed for trial for murder.  St. John's Church ot England.  'London. Dec. ii-l.���Surrounded  by ;i large and lively party of  their children and grandchildren  the King and Queen will, spend  their Christmas al Sandringhain,  where they have passed the holiday season for years past. In  no home of the whole British  Empire, perhaps, are the traditions  of  Christinas  kept��� up   in  goodly old fashioned style  as at  ./ c, .j  the Norfolk home of King FA-  ward and Queen Alexandra.  Tho aspect* of Sandringhain  House' as Christinas approaches  i.s typical of hospitality and good  cheer. Great pine logs blaze on  the hearth/ and the hall and  every sitting-room is made^gay  with holly,.mistletoe, evergreens  and 'floral' decorations. For  about a week prior to Christinas  Day the head gardner is busy in  selecting and bringing ,to tin*,  house largo baskets of greenery  for decorations, and the Princesses, who are at. Sandringhain and  the ladies of lhe household do-  light in occupying Ihem selves in  putting up the Christmas emblems.  ' ���        ��  Tho choosing of * Christmas  presents is a stupendous task  and the King and, Queen, who  have countlessSrelafives to think' ., "V sPooia] 'ncethig.-of. North  of, and who gave, besides, t0 ^ta> Lodge A,F. and A.M. will  Wry member of their household^ Jo,./held on , Monday evening  " December ' i'8th:'��� when   the 'in  stallation of officers1, fpr ���1 he  en-,  p^n-^i&t'yv-M' will'Take place.   , .  ��� ".��� TAje next regular ^meeting of  Nori\h Star'Lodge , will be held  on,*''^Tuesday evening 'January  fitli aU Masonic-hall.  Tlnj' next regular convocation  ci' Ro'-cky Mountain Chapter. R.  A i\i. i will be held at Masonic  hall '.Tuesday evening January  ll'lh.  He Walks, Over a Bank and .Palls  20 Feet Into a Plume.  Market Conditions.  New York copper dull aud unchanged. '"' "  ,    London copper, gained j>s fid.  Lead declined i's fid in London  but was steady in New York. '  '  Among' the Craft.  is  Services will be held in the  Church of St. John the Divine  every Sunday evening at. 7:!50 except ou the third Sunday in each  month when Ihe service will be  held   al.   II   o'clock   a.m.  Holy Communion will be (administered at the close of the  service.. - .  Strangers are welcomes,  IMil'AsilYTI'UtlAN   (JIHIKUII.  '"Divine' Worship .''will   he   held  iii"    the     Presbyterian    Church  every- Sabbath    morning at'   11.  j o'clock, - .  'ki.ini.n I    Sabbath School evel'.y Sunday  morning at te.ii o'clock'.  possible.     j  Russia  is'determined   to.pro'-'j     Choir  practice   every , Thtirs-  ���'I'oni    obtaining   a' day evening at 7:JI(I o'clock.  vent  lapan  Their,  correspondence,    too,.  very'heavy at the holiday season  and the voynl posi-bag  is  conse-'  fpiently unusually'weighty., *,  Christmas Day is'at Sandringhain a day of peace and bounty  and charity. The house party  this year includes the Prince and  Princess of Wales and their  children, the Duke and Duchess  of Fife and lhe little Ladies  Alexandra and Maud Duff, and  Prince and Princess Charles of  Denmark and their baby. Princess Victoria is. of course, of the  party  The generosity of the King began this evening with a.dislribu-  tion of beef and other things to  the laborers on tho royal eslatc.  and also to the cottagers who  are past work. The distribution took place in the carriage  room of lhe royal mews, ftlhe  King and Queen and their,  daughters being present.1 and  saying a few kind words to the  recipients, who numbered about  MOO or more. Later on the finishing touches were put to the  Christmas tree, which is always  provided as a delight to the  King's grandchildren, and which  is laden with good things from  Santa Clans' bounty.  Tomorrow morning the royal  party will stroll through the1  pretty pine woods of Sandring-  ham to the little church of St  Mary Magdalene lo join in the  Christmas service. ft is the  Queen who chooses thecaroLs,  her favorite being -'1-1 ark. the  Herald Angels Sing." Returning from church a favorite  custom is. as on Sundays, to  visit fhe kennels .and., stables,  the Queen and her daughters  and the' royal children,-going  laden,with baskets of templing  morsels for the inmates'.  ' Two o'clock luncheon is very  likely followed by a, visit to the  bowling alley,  event  of , tlie ������(  tlie dinner, at, which fhe ladies  appear- in full evening dress.  Tho, dinner table i.s rounded at  the   ends,   and   the'   King   and  Legal News,  In chambers Monday, before  Judge Foriu an application was  mads iu the suit oi'Kesler v.s.  Bull River Mining Company for  an absolute foreclosure order.'  The application,was granted.  G-amey Up Against It.  On Saturday evening' last, a  chinaman whilst on his way to  visit some friends near the hospital had the misfortune to fall  over the bank of the Wild Horse  creek ' He had a lantern in his  hand, and how he came to mistake his way cannot be clearly  explained. He fell some i'O feet,  and fortunately, was caught, in  the irrigation Hume, which broke  his fall and saved him from being killed. His cries attracted  Mr. Gaibraith, who immediately  gave the alarai. and a-rescue  party started out to find him.  After  searching  for  sometime  11 ' (  they lound him in the llunie, and  it was with- some difficulty that  he was rescued and carried hence  to the house^of a Chinese friend,  where he avus attended to by Dr.  Watt.' Jt was found onexamin-,  ation that his leg was broken at  the ankle; and his body -was  covered with bruises. He is  now on a fail* way to recovery.  Rushing British- Troops.  Under instructions from British  war: office a special train with  200' royal arlillerym'en is racing  from  the Atlantic to fhe Pacific  against time.  The  'train   left  Halifax on Tuesday and its destination is the British station' at  Esquimalt. ,,B.C. The train is  expected lo cover the distance in  seven'days. Tho'experimeut is  considered to have an important  aspect,     _��� " ���'   'T     -,  Chinese and Koreans. Fight.  The annexation issue has been  uppermost in the campaign, notwithstanding the announcement  from Paris that the French government was not contemplating  the sale of the islands. The islands'are valuable solely as fishing .stations and this accounts in  a great measure for the annexation sentiment that has lately  developed there. Most of the'  supplies are imported from the  United States and the citizens  believe that if the islands are  sold to that country the.se neces-,  sities would be imported free of  'duty. They also argue that it  would be of great advantage to  land their fish in the American  market free. ,       ,    ���  The* annexation sentiment,  however, is by ho means unaini-'  mous, and the campaign has  been very heated,, several duels  having been fought on account  of it. - ���      '  WAR CANNOT BE AVERTED.  Japan , and  Russia will Soon  Fighting.  The Tartar'general at'Koreiu  reports thai, an indecisive1 battle  has occurred " between four  batailions of, Chinese from  Hundschaii and l.uOO Koreans  who invaded Chinese territory  from Kyeng Chung in northeast  Korea.    Gift of a Quarter of a.Million.  A writ was issued Wednesday  by John McRvoy of London,  against R. R. Carney, for $10,000  for slander. It; was served at  tlie Canada Atlantic station as  Gamoy was leaving for a mooting at Douglas.  Local News.  Jack Thompson was at   Steele  I'Yiday.  Bon  Rlliot. Wattsburg. was   a  guesl at the Strathcona   Friday.  The   clowning  ay   is, of course,  Billy Huslwick was at   Sloe  Friday.  R. C. Smith.   ex-M.L.A.  in lown Thursday.     -    -  was  Jack Wirlh was at  Cranbrook  on business Thursday.  II. Nation will spend Christmas with S. F: Moreiy at, Craii:  brook;  The Masons, propose having a,  well attended lodge next Monday night.  foothold in Korea,   uinl   also   n  Pastor:    W. T. JOHNSTON. J Queen face one another, as   they  Christmas A is over nnd although the' festivities will continue   for  a, week   the  grcatest,  Ji ' f  excitement, has passed. Z -  Bert Fraser returned from  Wattsburg to spend '.Christmas  with Mr. and Mrs. ii. Frasor at  the Strathcona:  Chicago, Nl.,' Dec. i'3.��� The  Crane Company, manufacturers  of elevators, today . began the  distribution of probably llie  largest Christmas gift ever made  by an American concern to the  workers in its employ The aggregate amounted to ^I'oO.OoO  and was distributed among .'.OOO  toilers. Included among'the recipients were about f>00 men and  women, not now in lhe employ  of the company, bul who were al  fhe beginning of the year aud  had been laid oil" for one' reason  or another.  The money was.distributed on  Ihe ratio of time worked during  the year and averaged aboul live  per cent of the yearly wage.  The amount distributed this  yeai' was considerably iu execs--,  of thai of. any previous, year,  partly because tho company has  about l.tKH) more employes than  il had a year ago. and partly localise of fhe unusually prosperous conditions that have prevailed.  American Annexation   the   Issue.  The development of the coal  and1 coke industries of British  Columbia during the jDasf year  has been enormous.  ' Many hundred feel of development work has been done at the  Sullivan mine, and it is esftmat-'  ed that there are now blocked  out fully UOO.OOO tons of good  shipping ore.  Mining has been very quiet of  late in Southeast Kootenay.  Reports from Fmley creek are  to the effect that deep placer  mining in that vicinity ��� is progressing with most favorable results.  The successful blowing in of  the Laborers' Mining Company  smelter hist week marks a new  era 'in 'the prosperity and advancement of Colden.  (I.O. Buchanan has been appointed* to administer' the lead  bounty recently authorized by  the Dominion Government.  Nelson will be the distributing  point for the bounty in the  Kootenavs.  Matters Political.  Halifax, N. S.. Dec. rJ.". To a  majority, of the citizens of fhe  United States the very existence  of the islands of St. Pierree and  Miquclon, the last possessions, of'  the 'French in -North'' America is  perhaps unknown, and to learn  that in the, insular', catiipiiign  which tdosed, today file chief issue has been the question of annexation to the United States-  will be till the'more surprising.  The election, which takes place  to-morrow, is for a member of  the Chamber of Deputiesat Pris  It i.s generally understood that  sir Wilfrid Laurier will make a  definite announcement of the  general election about Ihe first  of fhe new year.  W, A. Calliher will receive  the endorsement of the Liberals  for the, party nomination.  'lTio Conservatives will hold a  convention iii Nelson on January  Oth. John Houston and ex-lieu-  tenant-governor .Macintosh are  spoken of as nominees.  North Star Will Ship.  Having, made the necessary  arrangements with the Hall  Smelting Co. at 'Nelson, the  North Star will commence shipping in January. THE PltOSPRCTOIJ'   FORT ST JO ISLE, 13. C,  DRCKMBER iT,.   l!j(j;j.  KV  *r��  They're happy in-the Jcitctien  Since Bovril caii]c:tOf?st:iv,  The chef .ind his 'assL*ct:cnts  Have learned theiBtovriUway,  Of making Soups and /Suttees��� ,  Delicious Bouillon,,too ;  That's whv the work isoeasv,  And they're so quickly through*.  " ^ft=s * ��   "' *      fti$  The  Headauartors   fosr   ItfEining   arad.   Commercial   Men  ��.  BOVRIL  is the most useful and convenient assistant to the  cook in preparing rich and edeliciousty flavoured  soups, gravies, entrees, etc. One teaspoonfut to a pint  j��2 of soup produces a marvellous improvement in flavor,  strength and appearance  KSTAHLISHKI)     1*95.  A.-B. Grace;  PUBLISHER    AXD     EDITOR.  THE PROSPECTOR, i> published  ��(cry Saturday, nnd has a guaranteed  circulation larger than any utliei* paper  In Kast Kooiena-. It is all home Printed  and contains, double the new*, ol* an>  Tlher paper in the district.  As  an   advertising   nwdUMi  it   is un  excelled.  Devoted -o tho upbuilding of Fori Steele,   the  r ,  Jevelopn.entof lhe vast  mineral   resourres'ol  K,ist Kootenuv'intivns; district.  r  Ascriptions ,-��� *-.00 per year  erilsliiK rate*., mude known,on application  Jibutlons iu-e solicited lrom all parts or the  ptcl. but all matter intended roi- publication  ihave the writer's signature. '  liow obnoxious, ilu: strike loader  can sometime;-, make himself  when lit* trios veal hard.  <. i' X  The,siicoos-sfi.il lift* consists  *' y  deeds rather than words.  fc * -X   '  While   the    world    moves    we  should   move   with   it;    bul   too  many men ��et the kloath.it t'hey  are moving the world  *���    *-    *  Some people get   so  skeptical  thai   if   they   were permitted lo  | reach    the   pearly   a a ies    they  would want to chip ofl a piece to  see if'it was genuine pearl.^  All    Modern  indsor  nvemences  FORT    STEELI  A%  c.  Large    Sample-   Rooms    for    Commercial   Men.  )z IJrospsjctxJv-  'SATUKDAV,   DKC.  1'ti,   190:5  It pom in ion general elec-  js  are   assured at the  There is a square  outlined    issue   be--  jiservative imd Lib  The  com mon in  Jpeople is a wise anil  JfnUion' of the affiiirs  pnion.     This  wi'.lmvo  ''"! past  siive.n   years  ra.l ailmiiiistriilion.      The  * v  fluent has   been,one   that  1*11 worked in tho .interest  ���av -> as 'opposed to the  inassiM if the people. The duty  therefore of Ihe, people on this  occasion is* apparent. A man  should have Ihe sfrenglli of his  con viol ions, and I hose convictions should be his guiding line*;  ;i.ii(l he should not hesitate to acknowledge and assert those convictions in the face of any sort  of oppositioirwhatsoevor. Men  are livinu I heir-lives, and if they  it re lo In* men at all. and not  serfs or mere clinkers to fho will  of others! thoy must,assort themselves as they <xo through life.  Is there any other thing in those  worldly concerns worth living  I'or than to be a man amongst  men?      A    reaction   has   set   in  The Mining Center of South East Kootenay  Our Catalogue is a veritable bank book, wherein"  every   article   illustrated  means to our customers  a. direct cost 'saving-.  .The new edition, ready Nov. i j,  will be ot incalculable v^lu. to  ever) perdoa into who��e hand*  il come*. ,  It will illustrate articles  of hig-h quality only at the  extreme    lowest   prices.  Write for a copy. It will  be forwarded free of cost.  .iiinnrTiiitinirnmrrTTTininmT  Ryrie Bros.  ��Je welers  The Largest  Mineral Are ass,  and the Most  i Extensive A  Goal Fields/ on the  .American Continent  are Situateld in  South Easti Kootenay  ���  I -  Agriculture  Grazing and the  ���    6.  o ii . ,  Lumber Industry  are Prominent  Features of the  District.  NOTICE.  Xmice i> hereby uiven tluit thirty  day- alter dale, 'we intuiid to uppl.v Ki  llie Chief ('omnii-sioner of Lands and  Work? for a .-pecial licence, to cut ar.d  carry .iw.iv tiinbe:- i'riiiii ihe. following-  ele-eri bed'lands in Southeast Kootenay.'  Coiiiiiioiicino- at a post planted al  . . , . , i t,K'     ('-    ''���    '*���      h'lK*    thonce    north  tii-aiiist the govermn-party, and |Sl,  Chain,.    thence   ea-t   so   chain.*..  The proposed Crow's West and Golden Railway will pass  through Fort Steele and Tap the Greatest Mineral Belt of the  District.  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  tho     Gonsorvuli vc     forces     in  , Southeast   Kootenay   should   at  onco get clown to work. '  Notices are being sent through  tlie Kootonayh hy tho Provincial  Mining A^oi-Kitioii of British  (.'olumbia cullinir on the local  branches-, to proceed and elect  officer* for tho year Iiml and to  prepare to .-M*nd dfdesrates to the  .second annual convention, which!  I hetici'.-011th So chain-., thenee west SO  chain* to the place oflieninning-containing (140 acres.  .1. MHAGiiEi: \- n. iro\vi<;.  Hated Dec. Ii'th. li'O.'i. r>2 '  Apply to  R. L. T. Galb'rai  Townsite Office.  NOTICE.  Xotice i- hereby ��ivon that thirty  day- aftei- dale 1 intend to apply 10 the  Chief ('omini���ioner ol Land- and  W'oi-lc-foi-a l\vi'in\-onc year lea-e to  cut and carry away timber fi-oni the fol-  lovvini; di'-cribi'd hind- -itnatc in South  Ka-t KuntiMiay l)i-t rici.     ('onimencii)"-  ; ill a pn-t planted at, the   -oiitheii.st  coi--  will ti)(Jtit in Victoria on the ^i'nd ' nei- nf Lot ivi:. ihence u-e-i tour mile-,  day of l'Y'bruarv 1'.i*��4. jtln-in-e -mnjj   i��u  and  one-hair milc-  /    "_, j mure   iu    h --    10     1 lie     International  1 !u.iiid.u ;,  Line ihence 1 a-.i   aloii^   .-.aid  1)(. ! Hoiuiil.iry I.iik- loin- mile-, more or   leHri  ... ,-       , I to -Mill liw est coi'iier ol hot  l.'illl. thence  mistiiken  for hravi-ry; iiicaiini's.s 1 ,������.,!,   IWlI ������,,  OM(..h;i|i   m\\t.H  uiollH  Stubbornness   should    not  lor   (���coiioiny.  wit.  nor  \ ilcl)i-*-.s   1'nv ! K,'i|1-��� liuiindary nl l.ol   1.7.11    to   point  ' 'if  Clillilllelll-elllelll . '  ll.'Udl  I),.,-. LM-il.   I'.lli:!.  ���vJ. AltTIII'l:   li    l-'KNWK'K.  ft  ftft d>  ftft  i'i i#i i*i i*ii i*i i*i i��i i*i i��i i��i i*i ife jt:  .% . .��T T|T T��T TjT TjT TjT TjT TjT T|T TjT ?��T T|1  "��"���������  ������� -���-  T  ���t-  ft  ft  ft  V  ft  ��������  ft  ft  -ft  ft  ft  ft  Some   people   iiovcr   do   ;my-  thing: Iml, grow old and   it.   tak^s  thoin it long tiinc. to do that.  '' '   *   . * , ���  i-Jomi'. poo pieviiuike fine" niii'ses  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  when    if   coines  fa I Sell 01 id-  to    ni'irsing-  All some people do for a living  is to lil-eill i���  A     ���/.-*���'  .The livery drivers nf (,'l:icago|  ai'e 'now' essaying the of late j  m 11c.l1 -< n'di'ivi irked role of demon-;  ���stratitig to tlie American   publid!  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Arir��ll�� "CiiiIIiik 11 nkolfli null iKtnrrllifli.il tuny  iliii^kly HHiinrl 11I11 i.itr fipinluri I'lim wlit'tluir Hti  illVHiit|..li Ih |.r..lnil.ly piiUinliil.lit. C'l.iiimiuiti'u.  ll,,ri^Hlrli,.tly|.,,iill(lcnll/il. IIiiiiiIImkiI( lui I'lil.tiitn  it^iil ir.".!. (.Ifil.'Mt iiifcilcy.lnr Hl'i-tirJniMnilmif it.  I'ltO'iilH tiikim   tltrniu'Ii   Muiiii  A I'd. n..|-i.|v4..  tlitrittt unticr, wJMiriui cUnrKti, III till;  Scientific American,  A hnnflnorrif-Iy illnstrntod wcrkly. Largos I clr-  ciiltil inn nf anv nfHentlfU: jntrrnal. Trnnn, $11 h  y��*ur: four njofitliH, fi.   Halt! by nil iiowndttHlurfi.  NIUNN&Co.36,B"��"1^-New York  Braucb Offlco. 62i F BU WashlDKioo. D. C.  H. REINEMAN", Proprietor.        Fort Steele, B. C.  Largest   and -Most 'Up-to-date Hotel in   East  Kootenay. THE PROSPECTOR,  PORT STEELE,  B. C./ DECEMBER i'fi, 1908.  mh^i^x^^ectw..  SATURDAY.,DICC. 2(1.   liH)M  London's AUnimpJoyed.  I .OlKlilll  '\ci y one  inel i (i'ioIi*  IllLC foi   111  Dec 2i ���Thotmh  111 lhe "ifjil ICnglisli  , a l>|ii'ili - to be |> 1 op.II  Chi isl'iias   leslivit \c-  ins! now, with t he  fm   hnMtiess   and  l��UM'Ull\  spendnm  shops doing a  <'ver\��>ue up  iiifiiic; lrcel\.  lio>e wlio-.ee undei the sm lace  [U t hitiii- detect iiiitiiislalcahle  \ idence- ol 1hr* appioach ol  aid tune-. Thoimli London al-  a\s has a slainlniii aimv ol iin-  .11 ployed it is (pule e\ a'ent ol  let h;H its l auks in e licitm re  |i n iled ill a stai tlinii rale  The   i.ict    that     il    lias   been  'coined .id\ isahle lo   resuscitate  i'o oltl .M i'1-.ion House   ('oininii-  e   on   the   Cncinplox ed   shows  Inch way the wind   w blowni"  ITTKo   inteiested   in   the mallei  vprose   lhe   hope ihtit the coin  .it lee   will   chaiiiie   its   plan ol  locediiie    so    'h,it     suiislantiiil  ml beneficial .-esiilts may be ac-  m])lished    Tin* commiHee was  rmed  a   number  oi   years ago  ist*alter the West End had been  i rorized'by the window-sanash-  a. by a crowd   oJ   hungry   men  ichiim in   riotous   procession  nu  a   meeting    in     Trafalgar  jniire     The alarm   created   by  is   demonstration 'opened the  ideals  ol   the   millionaires   of  lyfair    and     Relgravia,    and  oney   (lowed    freely    inlo   lhe  >ni mil loo's   treasury        It  was  slribuled. however, in so   fool-  n   and indiscriminate a mannei  ���it. in Ihe opinion oJ' many   ex-  ���rt  workers among lhe poor, it  d   moie  harm   than   good     Tt  ldoubtcdly.att rticted to London  whole armv ol loafers lrom 1he  ���ovinces   iind    the   rosull   was  ;it    the   Avoilhv    iiiiemjiloved  re  .'healed   out ol their share  lhe relief I unci-.    A novel plan  r the rehe^of   1he   rapidly   in-  asing number ol   unemployed  ���   been ' pronosed   and   is iusl  i  tin*   subject   ol   iiinch   dis-  n     'Phis is thai   the  Gov-  .     ?; ���������       .-;��� .NOTICE.    .;'  ���Notic.u i.s herebyyiven Unit lliirty days V:ifiei-  dale J intend, to .iipi'ly io Ihu Cliief Coniiiiix-  sioiior iif-.r.iiiiils iiml. W'oi'lts and the Assistant  Commissioner of Lands and Works, of tho, I'm-  vince-of. Hritish Columbia, for ii license to  prospect for coiil aiul pctroli'iuii on the following described   limd    situated in   tbe'iwrtlici'ii  IIOIIlllll of *  Ol   Illl   JI! lilt   -Ulllll3.lsll ill pi'Illdll  ol ll i-t Kooiuin",  [>i-t l ict   Hi ilish Columbia  ( oiiiiiKiii in/ it i po-l plaiilul en the ��i stel u  -lopi'of Ilu dmde Ihimoii Mi 11 i-.Ii Coliiinlun  mil Allj'ii.i 'IV 11 um \ uijoiiimx llie soutli  m -I i oi ut i post ol W11 ] in in "\1iii klinin s ( limn  lln -him Im in,, tin initial post of .!���>-< ph  Itiitliiui (linn tin nii noith (i/hl\ ch.nullum i lies' i i���'lu\ i luuns tin mt south ei/lm  i huus tin in i east (i���'lii\ chains to pomi of  i omiiu'iio'iiu'iil i on amine, iiliiiu ii's iidjoiiiini;  llie < laim nt lohu II   Howe" on the noith  losi ph nJi'tlicn   Lochioi  is \   I.   Uidei-un   \nrni  D.ilidOil   I'llh   l'lO!  NOTICE.  NOTICE.  N'.iln i Is III 11 b\ M\i'll I lltt I lllll I \ till \ s .llli I  ii Hi ] Illl. Ini lo np|il\ 'o I he ( 111! I < mn 111 1--loll  . i ol I. uul- iml Woil.- mil tin \ssi-tnnt Coin-  UH-.-IOIK i ol I. iml'. mil Woi I - ot tin I'kimiki  ol Ui iii-li l iiluiuln i toi n i u en-i lo pio-.pt ii  loi toil Mini pi tioleiiui on tiie iollowni^ di  si I ilu d In Jl < 1 Mill Uul in (he iioiihuin poi lion  ol Lot lei in tin soiitlii i-.lt in poi non IIim  ICoolcii i*. liKliul   Hi iu-.li Columln i  Coiiiuii in in/ill i pnsl uljni ( nt to Ilu. ninth  i i-l i ni ui i po-I of John II IViuell s< 1 um  belli/ tin initial post ol .lohu \illitu's i I mn  i hem e -ouili t i-ilu \ < liams ilu iu e < ast i i/ln \  ilum- ihente noilli i ii^hti (hiuns Ilu ik e  wi si ( i/ho i li mi- lo point ol (inn iui menu ut  I Olltllllllll/ lllll   lllls   lldjOllllll/ ilu   (l.urii   ol    S  I. Ci iwloid on Mic mn 111  lohu   \ltlllll    1.0(111(11  is \   I.   \ndei-oii   Sjicnt  Haled ()( 1    I'llh.  l'Kl.i.  NOTICE.  Ndtiiui- huteh*,   "i\en   tliat,  within  sixty da,*.-altei rl.ile I intend   to  apply  t(l    the   Cliiel    Colllllll���KllR'l'   ol    Land-  ,ui(l Works Victoria, loi permission to  pui chase, the l(illo\Miio ilc-crilictl land:  ('onmicncino twonlv i hanis south ol  Ilio'nortiie.ist i oi noi ol hot ">M)(i. thence  'loi ty chain-ea-t. thence, loi l.\ chains  -.null. thent e. toit*) chain- uu-t, ilicnco  lint*,   i h.in.-    noith   to   point,   ol   coin-  uiioncoinont. containing Kill acre-  Dated Kith Nmonihoi. 1!KW.  17 (.KOIJ(.'K OOIJO'LAS. Locator  ��w  ht'acipii'-e the large   areas  �� 'a i  /hot lands in l^-ev and  and give profitable and  nl enpiiovtuent lo many  fds ol men in the work of  Lng the lands  Gross New Bridge  roi'k. Doe. ill ���The now  ihu ri' bridge'across lhe  r\ er. which was formally  Fit wuh suitable ceremonies  FSalurday, was o]iened lo  PTilar Iralho al five o'clock (his  frning' and during the fore-  Foon ;i cont innous iiroccssion ol  pedestrians and \ chicles filed  [cross the groat structure.  I'edosf i isms pay noi lung to cross  lie bridge, while lhe rate ol loll  NOTK \  Nome 1- lieiebs Ih ll lhnt\ days um i (lute 1  niieiid lo api'H to Ilu Clix f Coniiiiissionei oi  l.ind- ind Woi I.- and lhe \ssistnnt Comiius-  sionoi of l.niuls and Woi I.s of the 1'iomikloI  I'.i lli-n uoliiinln.i un a lu ensp to piospi11 loi  eoal and pit] oleum on llie loi low in;; (1cm iibpil  Imd siiii.ued iu lhe noithein poition of l.ol  IVI I, in ilu_ soutlieiisteiii poition ol KastKoote  ii n  I u-li ii t   Hi il-i���li Columbia  Com iiieni ni}.' nt a po-l twoinilesei'stol \ldcn  I I lletl ii n s i ii ilia I post-uu.m d on tin we.lei u  -lope ol llie dn idi between Hnti-.li Ooluinbia  ind Albi i la'Tei i Hoi \ llnee miles noi ill mul  Ihence iwy null s (,isl liotn lhe noi ill Kill, of a  lkcU (Hef|iKULl\ ( illed Si|uiiw Ot.il.) ulncli  ilo��*.uu.l. .ilioul scien mile- into the Kl.it-  litiitl Hiu-i and bem/ en-t of tlie south tin I. ol  lhe-uiiili leu I. ol Michel lieu I. the -a me lie i in.'  the nun il* po-l ot John II I'owcll- tiiinn  Ukiu i soiuli eu.'ht\ ( Ilum- thenee wis'ui;;lil\  i hum- llioiiK noi th ei/lu\ i.h.uns, thento eu-l  ei/h'i\ (hams lo jmiiit ol i omnionteiueni  uljoiinn/ Ilu i '.um ol Mai} l.ee Mooie on tlio  cist '.lohn II   1'ouell   I.oiatoi  Is \.  1. .\udei-iin   \/cin  D.ltolLOC    l'Hll.   I'KI!.  Il'nr vehicles ai e  lie   liroolclyn  lhe .same as on  bridge, I'iinging  loi automobiles  cenIs  foi equos  IVoni ton   C(,nts>  lown   to   three  fi-ians Only one ol the t.wo  oadwavs is open to vehicle  ���aIlio and no surlaeo or eloval-  [l   cars   aie   as   yet   using-   the  fridge,   but   tl   is expec.led   thai  Kwjrylhing will he completed  liind in use bv early Spring.  NOTICE.  Xotiie i-heieln i;i\en Unit Unit} du\s altei  tint I liileud io appi\ io lhe Cliiel Connni���ion  11 oi l.ands and Win Ks u,d the As-i-i.inl Coin  iiu-.-ioiii i ol I.aiids ind Wm I.s ol lhe I'imiiiic  ol lliili-h Ooliiinl'i.i loi i license to piospui  loi dial and pclioleimi on tin IiiIIiiuiiik do  si nli.il 1 ind siiuated m the noi tliein poilion oi  Lot IV)C in Ilu -oulhi'iisiein poition ol r.ast  l\ooten.M llislt ii I  (. oniincucing at a post loniled on tin* weslein  -lope ol lhe tin ule btlwecn liiitisli Coliiiiiln.i  and Albeila 'J'ci l Uoi \ one mile noith anil  Ilu nt e lime mile- tn-t of the noith lii.uuli ol  i tuck (lici|iicnil\ tailed sipi.iw Cieil.) winch  (low- sou ill iiliout si urn mile- into the Platlii* id  linn and easl ot Ilic soutli foil, ol  the noilli foil, ol .Mithi'l ( leek the same lie  ni!,' the inilial po-t ol Watson C Sqiine'- eiiiiin  i Ik m e noi th so di uns thiiue west SO chains  ilu net -oulh Ml t liams tluncc list so  11),uus lo point ol i oinineiu euicnt t oiil.iimiif;  l.ll).Hies adjoinin/Hi oif-'i* ltiov.n- claim on  Uie'eisl Watson c  s.|iuie   l.oc.uoi  is VI,   Viulei-on Airi'iit  O.iU'd Oit   I'llh. 1'IOt  &ETVyEB^A<  STPAUtejtlCABO  TICKETS  t   TO   WD   I'HOM   A I.I.  Points East  ��� \ I A     -  Great  Northern  Railway  Short   Iwine  'I'O  Spokane, St. Paul, Duluth, Minne  apolis, Chicago and Points East  2T1*\I\S   llill.i /->  r\sr 'rimi*        ^  Notice is hyreby given that, thirty days after  date, w-c; the undersigned, interul to .apply  io tlie Cliief Coin niissionerof liands and Works  ut Vietoi-ia. H.C. for a license, lo prosjieet/qr  Coal anil Petroleum on the followiiiiideseribed  lands situate in .Southeast Kootenay. Hritish  Columbia  Coiniiieiii iiik .it- ���!��� P��st planted twfUe  miles noilli ol the Fliithc.id Knei md one  imleeist of the noith toil, of Alit hel i let k  and about-i \ciitcen miles tasl of llie toiMi of  I'ciuie It C on liloi k IVlt and ibout llncc  nulls west of the w.iteishcd ol Ilu Kock\  Moimtiiins bciiif,'the inilial po-l of C J Mill! r-  -outheasl coinei iio-t Iliciut1 noith W) chains  thence west Sll chains thenee south WI (huins  tlieiuc easl fcO chain- io point ol coiumenn-  ment (oniainiiif; &lO(ier��-  Dated Oc i   19th  1'10-i  i: i Mii.r.nit i.oi uoi  A I. ^NDHlWnV \jfini  Coininpiit nig al m posl adjiictiil to IZ I  Millei's southeast ( oinei post heniH; tlie initial  po-t of ( W Ciui.Khs el um tliein c  noi Hi *5() (hiuns theiue cast SO (hums  theme -outh SO chains Uicmi wesl Wili.uii-  lo pl.ici ol be(,'iiiiiiiiscoiiliiinin���' (>4() acies  U.iltd Oil  I'lth, not  C W Coinu li I.oiatoi  A 1. Viidtison Ajjeni  Coiniiieiu mi'at a posL jilanit d on tlieiioith-  west coinei liem�� John OsteilieiK- initial  post ninth of and adjacent to 0 W C'un.uh's  11.inn llieiito soutli so i bam- tlienct east fall  i li.uns Hume iitiilh Mi ( hains lliiuie wist M>  (ham-lo poiul ol ( oiniueiii (inent iom.iliiini,'  'ilO.uie- '  Hated Oct   l'Hll   I'KM  John Osleibc'ig   l.otatoi  A. r. Andeison  Agent  CoiniiieniiiiK al.i po-t planlol on iioitliea-l  coinei being the initial post ot \ 1. Andei-  siin s (1 nu and ailj.u ent to the uoi thwcsi t oi  nu ol .lolin Osteilieigs tlaun Ihente south  S'l tli mi- llient e west Ml uh un- tlieiuc uoitli  SO i hams tht nee ca-t SO chain- to the pl ice ol  begininn,; containing dill .u ies  I) in d Oil   1'ith   l'Hll '  A   I.  Andeison   r.oeatcu  ��       S   I. Andei-on   \gent  a  Comnieiit ing nt a po-t pin'ed on   the south-  jast coi nei    being  the initial  po-t ofOeoige  rmik s i limn   and iulj.itcut to A  I. Andeisons  noi I beast coinei ]i0st, Ihente north  SO ih.nu-  thei'ito west .SO chains  theiue -niidi  SO < li.uns  tlieiuc east SO (li.uns  to plan    of beginning  containing ('IO iu ies  D.i'idOtl   l'Hll   1001  (It oige I''unk   I.oiatoi  A   I.   Mideison Agent  ConniK ni nig at a  posl planted  on   the noilli  wesl i in net    bong  Ilic  niitiiil  po-t of   lliltn  llughessil.mil  and adjaceni and noi ill ol tin  iioitliea-l i oi nei ol Cieo  Piiiil.-fl.iim    llieiito  south so i hums   ilienic  e.i-1 SO i li.inis, liience  ninth so t bam-   llient e wcstSIl t Inuii-  in plate  or beginning  i ont.iiiiii g,<>-��> iu u>-  n.ited Oil   I'lth   l'io I  ,     lleli n liughes   I.oi,uoi  A   1.' \iuit ison   \gent  Coniineni ing it a post plained on  tlie -uniu  wcsitoimi   being tht  initial post of W .1   McMillans (l.um  and iuIjiu ent lo lhe   noilliw(-t  i oinei ot Helen liughes - t laim   theme noith  SI) i hams, theiue  (iisi  Sii chains   Ihciue souih  SO (li.uns   ilu iitu wesl m) t lui.ns  to  the place  ol lit ginning and tontaiiimg <��� Id at ic���  IJaied Oi tolM'i I'lth   l*K) I  W  .1   MiMilhm   l.ocatin  A I. Andei-on Agent  Coiniiieiu ing at a post ]>1.inied on the-outh-  eii-t coinei lieing the initial post of Iliu\e\  Smith's t l.um arid adjacent lo the southwest  mi nei of W .1 Mt .Mili.in s (laim thence uoi th  SO th uns thenco we-t so th.i'ns theme south  s* chains thenee east so chains io lhe pbue ol  beginning and containing 010.lcio-     t *���  I in i oil Ot lobci Pali   1'Kil  11 u\e\  Sniilh   l.ocatoi  ,   A   I.   \ndi i-on  Agonl  ( oinincncliig at a posl planted on  tin   noith-''  nisi  coeici     lieing   the  initial   posl Lol   I' 0  ll,mc\ s ilum    .uul   not tli   anil  adjaiiul  to  Iliu\c\ Smith's i l.um  thence souili hO ihanis  tin nt c west Ml t haul-   theiiK   noilli  Suihitin-  Uioiii e easl so chains to Ilu* )dai c ol   l.eginiiiiig  iiinlaiumg hill aeics  'll lletl Oi lobci  I'llh   Plot  |.'   (J  llni \u\   r.ocatoi  \   I.   Viuleisoii  Agent  Commencing al a po-l plained on  Hie -ouili  eii-ltoinei   beiiiglheinili.il  post ol  Noi man  lullespie -claim   and adjacent io  ilic  noith-  wc-l loinei   ot   Miuv  Mahals il.uin    theme  noi Ih so t hums   thence we-i SO chains   ihence  -outh  SO (hauls   thenie east SO chains to lhe  pl u e ol beginning and tontaiiniig MO ,u it's  Dated Octoboi I'Uli   l��)t  Koim in fiillcspit    l.oc.uoi  -,0 A1 I. Andei��on   Agent  NOTICE.  N'oiue is heieln gi\ou that IOdi\s altei date  1 intend lo ,ippl\ to the duel Loiniiiissionei ot  l.antls.uid Woi ks and the Assislmt Conimi--  sionei ofiLaiul-and Woiks of the Pitnince of  III itish Columbia foi a litense lo pio-peit foi  ( oal and pen ileum on the lollowmg de-t nbed  bind situated in the noitheiii poilion of Lot  I'i'M in the soiilhe.i-tein poituni ol Past Koole-  mi\ Dlstntt   Ituti-h Columbia  Coiniueni nig at a post located on the westtin  slope ol lhe divide between Itiiusli Columbia  and Albeit.i Ten Uoi*. I luce miles uoiih fiom  llie nni Ui foil, oi .i eicek (fieiiueutl} i.illed  -quaw Cieek) w inch How-soutli aliout somii  miles into lhe Pliitliead Kiiui tin* same tiling  e,is| oi the south roi k of the noilli foi k ol  Mitheltieek snul stake being the initial po-t  ol Allien .1 Itlellien s il.iuu tlienee noith so  i luuns llient e c.t-l SO ihams llicnct soutli so  cliains Iheni e west so t hains to point ol comment eineni toiuauiiug olO acies adjoining  llie i laim oi M.ii} l.ce Mooic on llie um ill  c Alden .1   nletiicn    l.ocatoi  is A   1.   \nilci-on   \geiiL  IU1c*(l Ocl.  lilth.  litD.'t.  ���' -.;'���''"-'    . ' NOTICE, y  '. '������ '    pi ..'���'. ���"....  Notice is hereby given tliat. thirty days nfler  date, wcV the undersigned, intend tij apply  to the Chief Coiniui.ssiom-r oflauids and Works  lU'.Victoriii. It. C.. and the. Deputy Counnission-  ^r-sfciiuiid!i=jj:ijl=1,,.ry:is^'s^Hs!:the..tst Kootenay  It. :C... for uMicciises to .prospect'for Coal  and P-M-roleum on the"' lollowihg desenbed  land- -ltu.Uul in tin -outh e isten poilion of  Past ICtiottna\   DC   -  Commencing     at    a     jiost   plintcd   about  loiiiltii  miles ninth  oi  the  PI ithe id Kin i  and iboui J'l milt s east ot tht  town of Penuc  II C   on ISJoi 1. I i'i. and about llutc milt s  tn-t  of the mn Hi   loiko! Micbtl  tuck   ami  about  out   link   wisl  ol   the wait ishctl of ilu   ltotl.\  Mountain Hangc   being lhe  noitheiisi (oinei  ind    initial    post    ot   C    II     Rupcils   tlalm  llient e south Miliums  thpnic wt si si) ehain-  thence noil li SO chain-  tlieiuc c-.i-t SO chains to  11 ii nt of com in ent em en i  (onia'iiingMO acies  Imii d (li i   1'ith Tint  (   ll inijicit l.oi ami  \   I. Andt i-on   \gent  Ccuniiit iicmg   al    i    po-t    planted    on     tne  uoithwt sli o'ni i   In ing the initial posl of M.u \  N'e.ill s t limn    and   uljaiiut to the  iiorthc.ist  coi nei of (    II   Kupei I s t l.um, them e south So  ihains llient c easl SO t hams,  ihente noilli so  chillis lln nt c wesl SO t ham-, to point ol  i om  inent emeul, t oniaiiiing MO acies  lined Oct   i'lth   I'M)I  .Mai*. Vt all   l.oi atoi  A   I.   \iiileiMin   Agent  Commencing      it    i   posl   planted    ou   tht  southvtsi coinei   being Hie initial po-t of 1-ii.ic  M   l.a\iii.m - i 1 um  and adjai ent to tlie uoiih  wtst  toinci   of   Mini    Veall *-   i'aim    thent i  noilli so i h.ilu-   Ihcnic cist  so i hain-  Uu nt e  -outh Ml chums tlieiuc we-t so t hauls  io  point  oi t ommeiiieintnt tout lining i.io acies  Haled Ot l  I'llh  I'M)l  Is i,it M l.\ man Lot Mini  A I. Andeison Agent  Comuu lieing nl a posl planted on the -oulh-  ea-tcoinei being lhe inilial post of Plmei cP  l.\ liiiillY i limn and atljnt lilt to lhe southwest  loinei of Isaac M l.wums ilium Ihence  uoi th SO i luuns ilicniewesi so Lliaiii-. Iheiu <  south SO chains Uicutc cisl SO chums to point  ot i oinmi iu cincni t om.iming MO at ies  lilted Del   I'llh   I'101 i  ( I'.Iiik'i 1.   Ia man   l.ot aim  A T. Antleison Agent  Comment ing at a post plantt d on ihe -omli  west (Oinei being tin mitiil posl ol O 1.  .Johnson s claim and south and .idj.it enl io  M.u \ .Veal] s t laim, lhciitt* uoi Ih SO ( bains  thente ensl so t hauls tlitnte -oulh SO t hams  theme wtst 80 t hanis to point ot t otiiincnte-  nienl containing MO at u s  lined Oi t   I'lth   l'Hll o  O   I. Johnson   I.otaloi  ' A   1.   Vndeison   \gciu  *- i  ( <> in in cue mg al a po-l plaiili d on tht -outheasl toint'i being Ilic inilial pnsl ol Win  Hudson's i hum antl adjai out to tin -ouiliwe-l  coinei tn O I. lohnsoii s el inn Uienic  noith  SO chains   ilu m e westsn (li.iiu-  thent i  soutli sn (luuns   tlienct cast  so th.ims  to  (he  i  point ot (Oiiimcrit'cineiii, (oiilaming MO nt ies  Onlen Oi t  l'lih   |'iii.i  Wm   Hudson   l.iicaiiu  \   I.   \iuleisou    \genl  Coiiiuii ill Dig al i posl planted on tin mil 111  wc-t coinei bi mg the initial post ol Man  IM u li 11 s il mn ind um tli ot ami adj.u ( nt lo  Isiat \l I.Milan s i I ii i ii i iheni e-ouili sot liam-  Uieiiti' c ist so ehains thence noi ih so < li.iiti-  ihence west SO i li uns to point oi i omnium e  nienti oiiliiiiiing olO at 10-  D iled OTt  l'llii   I'M)I  -    r M.ii\ Mull.n,  Lociitoi  A   L Anileison  Agnil  C'oiiimunciiiK ai.i post planted on the soulii-  west i oi uoi being the untiil posi oi M.u\  nmiglis I'ein's t'l.imi and idjatcnt io the  noithwesi ,coi noi oi Man Mah.u s el um  tliente noi III SO t liam- thciu " .'"-i *���'> chains  iheiue south SO i liai.i-. theiu e wesl so (li.uns  to point oi t omment einent (ouintning MO  noi e-  nated Oi i i'lth run  M.u\ Uougl.is l'a\ n   l.oc.uoi  \   I. Andeison  Agent  Coiiimeiuiiig ai a post planted , on the  noi thea-l coi noi being tlie initial post ol Wm  Hughes claim and adjaceni lo the noiihwtst  i oi iu i ol M.u c Douglas I'eMi s (l.i��� in theiue  south SO chain- ihence wisl so ihain- ilienci  noi th so chain- ihonci easi so t h.uns to pomi  of coninit iiteineiil containing oil) a< it s '  lilted Ot I 1'ith   I'01  i, ' Win   lliighc-   l.txaloi  \   I.  Andeison  Agent  Comment ing ai a posl pliinicd on tilt south  c.isiioinei being the initial posl ol Wm P  Wheelei s tlaun nnd adjiiiout to ihe noi then st coi nei ol An'l\ licuoltls t l.um  llient c not Hi % i hams thence west SO chains  tlienee south si) cli.uus ihente east so chain-  lo   poiul   of   tomiiK neoment    tout,tilling   MO  .101 is  lined Oct   l'Hli  l'io.  Win  P  Wheelei   l.oialoi  'ill A   I.  Andeison  Agent  ���   -   NOTICE... vA,,  Xolice is hereby given tliai thirty clays after  dutei intend to apply to the Cliief Commissioner of.I^ands and Wrorks. at. Victoria.   It'.C... for  a Twenty-bne year limber Pease, over  the''following lands in North East  l\notciiay:    Coiil-  in'eiipingat'a post planted dii.llic east, bank iif  tlie KooleiiiiyKi'vcT about Seven iniles north of  l.ol-iViii   ilu nee east 1.10 ch uns   ihente  south  SO (li.uns tin nte (��-t 101 ban1- mem otolith HI  i hams theme t ist 10 ( ham- iheun souili  J40  (hum- theiut cn-t 10 (h.ilns thence -outh  luO  mon oi lc��� to tht noilli limit ol s ud l.oi -Pi'il.  them c west along snul noi tli  limit J40 tham-  tbtnee noith i''0i li im-   tin nte uesl  -lOchHiii-  thence noith J10 t hanis tin nte wtst -iOcli.im-  theute noith SO i li.iiii- ihente west lJ(i chains  them e uoitli HlUliani-  tlieiuc  titst   20<l  th unto place oi beginning  Dated this I'll) tin of Vou'mbei   140)  I0HV PWIN  ' NOTICE.  Notice is herein gi*.f n tint tliiit\ d.i}s nfiei  date 1 iniend io apph In the rhief fornmis-  -loucr oi Land- and Woiks Vuiona foi ��  'I'wentv ono mm i 11 in lit i li isi 'iierlhe follow  mg lands in Vol til I asl lvooiona\ ���Cum  nieiicing al a po-l planted on the t .1-1 bank nl  tin Kootenav Itiwr ibout stiei. miles noi tli ni  I.oi S5'id theiue east SO dianis ihente noith  J-iC.ch.uns thciu e wc-l-10 tli.uns ilieiue not tli  100 (hams, theiu t wtsi (Othniiis iheiue noith  SO ( hums, ihence wi si 10 (hains iliciut noith  liiOthains them c west to chains ilumt noith  so i hams, Ihenct wt-t POtliiuus ibontc souih  so (hains tht nt i tast 10( hauls llicnct souih  U,0 t liams ilienci cast lo i ham- theim south  so chains, ihence cast in < hains theiut south  loo (hiuns thent ce.iSu 10 thiiius tin in c -outh  JlOihaliis thenco cn-t -ltd i li tin- to Hit plan  of beginning c  lJiiltd tin- ITih ila\ ot Nmemlioi   I'liU  -.0 \NI3KPW II   (.liAf'l  NOTICE.  Votiit is heieb*. giM'ii lhatlliiil\ dais.iriei  due I intend lo ipph to tlu Cluci Co.uinis  sionei of Land- and Woil.siind to the A���i-iiini  C'omiiiis-iiiiiei of I.and-nud Woiks ol tin l'io  Miu e of Untish Columbia foi a lit cn-c to puis  peel loi toal md penolcuni ou the following  descnbed land -Hunted in the Noithoin poi  lioiiol Lot IVi i in the soiitlicaslei u poi lion of  Past l\ootena\ Di-tiut  Itiiusli Coliiinlna  Coniineni ing at n post planted on ilu  we-tcin slope oi Hie tlnltle between Ituti-h  f oluinlii.i and Alheita 'I'cuiloii aitlj.it e nt to  the noi tiniest toint'i po-l ot .lame- P Hells  claim, I lie-.line b( iiigtlicuiiti.il post of Wil hum  K Scluit kti s t l.uui I hem c south so chains  thence we-l so thaiiis thence noith so ihains  tliente east SO t hains to point of coin mom e  mint i out,lining 610 acies adjoining .lo-eph  Ilici hen's tlaun on the noi ih  William P  Sthiiel.t'i    Pot Uoi  IS \   I.  Antleison, Agent  Dated Oct.  1'lllj. KKl.i.  NOTICE.  .Votiee I- lierohx o i\ cu t lutt 'iO d.iv-  .iltoi d.ite I -ili.ilI .i])|ilv to the ( lne.1  ('oiniius-ioin'i- uf Ijiinils and Woiks .md  llie Assi-1.ini < (iiiiiiu^-ionoi of l..ni(l-  ���md Work- ol tjlic I'loimce ol Kctti-li  ('oliiinbi.i. foi',i license to pi ospeet, loi  coal and petroleum on llie lolloping  dc-( I'lhctl liiiid' -ltn.ite in the noilheiii  |iort ion ol Lot AWA tn the -onthe.i-tei'ii  ])oi'lion ol lla-l l\ooti'iia,\ District lirit-  i-h ('oluiiilu.i eoiiiiiieneiiic .it ,i |>o-l lo  c.Ued on tht; we-lei-n slope ol the ili\ ido  hetwot'li l?i-lti-h ('oliiinlil.'t anil Wlicrtii  Tern toi \. two mile- i\e-t ol lhe noi'th-  e;i-t cornel- po-t. ol Win. I). Schrieker'-  i '  claim the ,-.mie heuig the iinti.il po-I  ol .I.lines A. Mooic s el.lini. theiue  -outh SO eh.un- thenee e.i-t Sii eh.uiis.  thence norlli SOdi.un- ihence wo-t 80  ch.uns to Lhe pl.ice of Ix'oiniimu. con-  t.uuino d-tO acre-, adioiniiig ihe elaiiii  ol   \lden  I    Hlel hen on the north.  l.une-  \ t.Mooi e   l.oi .Uoi  IT A   I j. Andci son. Ayenl  Dated Oet�� I'lth   I'lOl  AMIXERAL ACT.  A '   f FORM   F��� ���")-"���  CKHTIF1CATJ3   OF   IMPROVEMENTS.  ;    notice.  ,   -yy '  'A.y  AABoilie, Mineral-Claim., ',  '       '".  Siiuate in lhe J'ort Steele Mining Uni.ion ol  Pa^t ICootcnai Distr.ot  Where located -On tht wc-t nrintn of the  St ir.iM - Kimt  Take nonce thai 1 1mm- A fianev Fret  Miners Cerlilit.ue No Jiifli.'f lgent foi  fo-eph H Wiight PMC No HtiiK.II Cad*  1* (oon PM( Wi lioinil.' Kolieit W  Kiddeil PMC N'o JiT')-iT- uul Otia\e  Iluboi-Prot Minei s Crriuitnle N'o IttVluiW  intend mxu d.i*.s nom ihe daii hereof to  itppli io ihe M'nuig Kccoidt r un i Ceitincattr  oi Iinpioicint nis, foi tin purpo-e of obtaining  i Ciown oiant or tt't Hbou (1 mn  ���\nd iiirthei take noild tliat anion under  sei lion tr must be t oinmi in e 1 before the iss.ii-  nioeoi -.ich ( eiuncaic ol Itnpio\ements  Dated this rith d n of Oi lobe i   ^ 1)   ]&ot  ���is I   A   H\RVKY  NOTICE.  0  Xolii t is lion bv giit'll that wi the undei  -igncd llni n iliiv- after datt intend to apph  io lhe Chief Connni���lonei of I. uul- and Woi k��  nl \ u loi i.i nu a lu t n-e io prospect foi i o il ami  ptlioleoni on the following d(-irihtd 1 ind-  -iiu.itt in Southonsi l\ooleiiit\ Untish (olum  bi.i nnd ilc-crila d as follows  1 foiiimouclug it n post J.I inlcd shucn  milt- in 'I 111 of llie Fhillund Kiur anil lilut  mile- mn ill of tin II lelicti gioiip and west of  the souih ioi k oi ihe noi tli fiiik of Michi I  Click onlllotklVIt aboul 111 miles e isl ol the  (own oi Pei mt and I'w inlli- we-l nf Uu  wmeislud oi the I(0( k\ Mountain- being the  illlll.ll post oi (.( oigi ltiissell s 11.lllll tliente  south so i li.uns i lu no wtst SO ihains ihc-ntt  noi ill 1.0 i bains tin ut c 1 nsi si) t luuns to tin  pl.u e ol In ginning  t oiiliiiiiing lilO ik it s  (.i.oni.p urssrr.i. l.ocatoi  \   I.    Mulct sou  Agiiu  II,Hi d ()( t   li ill   l'��M  i Commencing at i po-l planted adj.u cm  to lhe noi ihciisl t orni i of (.eo ltiissell 111 tlm  being tlie initial posl ol i (. .lone-' eliuni  Ihente-ouili SO i hauls Ihente t ast SO t hiuns.  theme noi 111 So t ham- tlit n(t wesl SO chain-  to tho pliui of hi ginning and i out.lining (Mil  at us ,]  (.   IONJ.S  I.ooiior  A   I.  Andeison   Agent  Dined Oil   101 h   Unit I'i  J.   HIGHWARDEN.  a  PIONEER   BARBER SHOP  i i      i  Everything Strictly First Class.  Next door to the Prospector.  youi- .;ill, ten lion    i.s   culled    t,o    the  ���I 'ioiu*i'i*; Li liii Led" trains of the.   "Mil-  ���u'liiil.'ee .*��'. SI, I'anl Itiiihviiy." '".riu.*. only  ipiirl'ccl. truiiis in the world."  Vou'will Iind it desirable  to  ride on  I those trains u'ht'.n ooino- \(l a,uy ])oint in  ithe l,',:ist.e.rn   .Stales  or Cai'i.'id.'i.    They  ���iiiiiieet   .with     all      'rranscoiifiiie.iifal  Ti-iiiiis   iiml   oil    Ticket   , Agents    sell  tickets.'  .Kor fiirflie.!' iiiforiiiiil.ioii, |iampliletA,  etc, asl; any Ticket. Ageiit or  it; L. l''(>i;i). ll. s, I low io,  I'iiss.  Ayeiit, General A^ont,  .SPOKANE. PORTLAND.  Now Equipment Throughout, Day  Coaches, Palace and Tom ist Sleepers  Dining and Buifot Smoking Library  Cats  Km  Tn kels. It.iles. Kolili'i ���. .md  Kull  In! it ion      ('.ill on or .id.'ress  .-my ao-eut (ireat N'oi-thei-ii  ���A Hail way or   ...  A. I5..0. IVI'INNISTON, (l.W.l'.A.  612 PIfr.ii Avenue,' Seattle,, Wash.  NOTICE.  ���I'al.-c iiiil.iec lhal lliirty ilnys aritu-date lio-  icnil to npjily to the Chief, (,'niiii'iiis.siuiier nf  I.amis and Works. Vic'tiiria. II. O.. foi- l.ieniiis-  siiui In cul and eaiT.v away liinlier friiin ilio fill-  liiu'iuu dcscriheil laiids In Siiulli Kust Kdiile-  miy: O'luiiiienciu^ nt a |iiiiiii,-J0 chains west (if  lhe luirllieiisi cornei- ot 'I*. Uolicrls' 'I'iniher  I.ieeiii-.e. tlient-e utiiili Ho clinins. thence wesl SO  chiiiiis. I lienee south So chains, thence east Ml  I'liu'iiis lo jinhit of ciiniiiieni'ci'ien.i. (,  IJaied Ucc't'iuliui-llrd. too.'!.   Y'  50 rt0151iUT LAL'RIE.  NOTICE.  Notice w herein oi\(*n thai thirty  da\s .liter date I intend lo apph to the  ( hier ('oininissioncr of L.inds and  Woi l.'s and the .V^si^i.ml ('ointiii^sionei'  ol l.andi and Works, ol the I'i'iimiiic  ol Mill i���li ('olunihiii. loi .i license lo  prospect loi eo.il stud petroleum on Ihe  lollou inn <li".ci ibed laud ���.ilu.itetl in lhe  northern |i��n lion of l.ol tVi.'i in the  southeastern portion ol Kast Koolen,n  Distiicl. Mrite-h ( oluiiilu.i' ('oininene-  iiio at, .1 post located on the west -lope  of tlie divide 'Ix'two.eii Hritish ('ol,iunliiii  and'Alherta territory one mile north  and east of tin; north hraneh of a creek  ifreiliu.'iitlyfailed S(|iiaw creek) which  Hows south ahoiil seven iniles , into the  |''hithead I liver, antl east of the source  .of the south fork of the north fork of  Michel creek, the..same, heinir the initial posl. of OeoiZe IJrown's claim,  thenee north Ml chains, tlienci' east SO  eliiiins. thenee south NO'chains, thence  wesl.SO .chains to the place, of lieR-iiinmo-  eontiiiniilc; It Id acres.  (leorji'e Ili'oivn, Locator  A: \'j. Anderson. Ayent  I Dated Oct. 19ch. 1903. 48  NOTICE.  Notit e is hciel)\ f.'i\cn that lhul\ tlnjs altei  tl.ite I inlenil lo apph lo the Chief ("ouinus  sionei of I. uuls and \\ oil.'-and the \-sistant  Cominissioiici ol Lands and Woiks ol lhe I'm  Mine ol Iii nisli Colunilii.'' foi i lieense m  piospeitfoi t o.il ami peiioleum ou the lollow  uiK desciihed land Minuted in the ntitlhein  poilion oi l.ot-nm in the siiiitlicii-luin piiiuon  of K.ist Kootenai Distntl   liiiush ( oliiiiiliia  Coiniiieiu ni),' ai a posi loci led on the Hcsirin  slope ol the dn ule nct"eeii Hniish ('oluinlii.i  mil Alheita Ten mm one mile ntuih anil  ihence tluee iliile^ ensl ol lhe uoi ih lii.mili oi  a cieek (lu'i|iu utl\ t ailed Stpi i�� Click) ninth  Hows south ahoiil sU\en miles into the Flal-  hcad Unci antl east io ilic souite ol the south  foil, of lhe noi tli loi I. ol Mit hcl t icck tin same  lii'inif Uu' mi t in I posi of S I. Ci iw foul s i laim  tliente noilli M'cli uns tht in c ( asi so tlmm-  theiicesoutli sm luuns theiue wt stsOt li,mi. io  point of i omnieni euit at ( oiit.unini; ''10 at it's  idjoiniiii.' I   Ivuiinei s i laim on the uoiih  S   1.  Cinwtoril    l.otatoi  IS \   I.   \nderson   Vuiiit  Dated Oct. |0ih. I'lOl  MINP.IJAI. ACT  (K)i.M  1 )  IH'Hi  NOTICE.  Notice is lieiebv sini'ii lhal ihu t\ >l,i\. .itn i  date I inlenil to iipph lo the Chief Commission  ei of l.niuls mul Woiks,uul the \ssistanl Coin  inissionei of Lands ,inil Wroil.sof the Piouiiii*  of Hi ilish Columln i loi a litense to piospctl  foi coal uul pelioleuin on ilu following ties  cubed laud situated iu ilic noitlicin poition ol  Lot, IVi( in tlie southeastern portion of 1 asl  Kootenav Distiict, liiilish Coliiinlda  CoinmeneiiiK at a post loiaiedou the weslein  slopeof the dnide hetween Untish Coliunhiii  antl Allien.i Ten uoi \ out mile noi tli and east  ot tlie noi ih hi .inch "t i i u'cl. f fie<|iiciitl\  t ailed Si|ii.i\i Cicel.) How inn soutli i tlisiaiut  of ahoui se\cn miles into the I'lntlieud Unci  and east of iho souiee of the south foi I. of llie  noith link oiMichcliic.il. lhe sume licnifi tlu  I n i lull post nf John I! Humph lies i 1 inn Iheiue  noilli "0 chains thence west So ch uns theiue  south so ci] uns theiue east SO ��� luuns lo ilu  point oi toiiiiiienceinciil loiiltiiniii^ i.to .uies  lohn I! Humphries I.otaloi  A I. Vuieisnu At-'i'nt  Ul*. IW..  WANTED  A man to i epro-oni "Cwmja's  C!kijati:st Xl'IM idt.s" in thoto.vu of  I-'oi t Stei le and -un oimdmo coumry,  and take ordei ^ toi  OUR   HARDY   SPECIALTIES  In Fruit Trees, Small   Fruits, Ornn-  mental Shrubs,  Roses, Vines  Seed Potatoes, &c. .,  block Irue to naiiiL and free from San  lose Scale \ permanent position foi'  Iheiioht man oifeithei -~.il.11.v oi eoni-  mi���-ion  Stone & Wellington  I'ON'I'llll.L nch'slu'ii";^    ,  (*l\t'l   sun Ai li s  TORONTO,        - - ONTARIO  ANDREW  GONTRflGTOR     and  NEI DIG  BUILDER  MOUSE AND  SIGN I'AINTLN'O  CALCIMlNfNG and I'APKIl HANllINO  KORT ^STEELE, R.  C.  All   work promptly clone.  is  Dated Oct  NOTICE.  'lake N'oiut that si\t\ tla\saftei dale I intend to make applu ainin to the Chief Connnis  sionei of Liinds and Woi l.s \'uton,i foi pei  mission to pun hasp (lu following iIcm rlhcil  1 uuls in South II isl Koolen.i\ Cniiiinoni Inn  it a pomi on the noit.li hank of SpiiiiK Citek  aliout o.u -half null fioml'ciii ticcU Iheiue  wesl io (liniiis iheiu e north 2D ihanis iluun*  cast 10 chains thinie south JO t hauls to the  lioint of ( oinmeiKi inent ( out iluiui; sOatn's  Dated al Cianhionh  Oitolici  list, I'Mlt  i. KOiniKT o ji:\'\-i\'(:s.  Shaving W Hair Dressing Parlor  Next to Oilenlnl Hotel  FORT    STEELE,    B.   C.  All   Kinds,  of I-Tiiii    \\ oi k  a   bpecmH\  A   .7. GREZ.   -   '-   Proprietor  \ Direct Line.  I 1 It I I 1 It   til    ill    IMIMIO*. HUM.  ���ii r  I'll!.*  NOTICE,  r \t   i.ln'iy.    i.nin    ( i.i.'i  MINI It \L   CL \1\IS.  .-iltuale   in   tlie   Tort   Steelt    Miiiiiim  l)i\ ision ol I'l.tsi Koolen,i\  l)isti-itt  On  'reek.  When liic.iltd  (iiileh and I toulder  Creek.        .,  ���TAKI'AiVO'riCI'!  ell.,, Kree M iner'  IS/Sl'llil ao'eiit for J  .Miner's Cei-lilicate  Hixty days .I'roni  to :ip|il,y l.n-.t.hi'V'Miniiijf Meeon  < !ertilieii,te.  of. Improvements.  Klieplu i d .  Wild  llni-i  that I.   David   Xew-  s     ('erfiliciite .   No.  lavid  (ii-illitli. Ii'ree  Nii. I���!li(MHI7', intend.  the    dat.ei    hereof.  r   foi-: ii  for   tiie  purpose' of  (thiamin"; ,;i, ('rown   I.'ranl'  of the abovechiiin.  And further tiike notice .that action.  under section -'17. must lie commenced  before, the. issuance of such Certilieate.  of Improvements.  Dated this i'.lfh day of Oct.. l'.'U",.  4'A .DAVID -iK.  XliW'KLJL  NOTICE.  Tlili i\ tl us .ifiei dale tlu iiiuleisimied ml' nd  l".i|.|il\ to the Cliief Ctnniiiissioiu r of Lands  uul Woiks at Vlilon i llf foi n spidiil  liKiice to ' ut and (lllll aw.ii ttiuht i "If Ilu  follow iu���'di s( jll.cd lauds ( iimuieiu in/ nl i  posi plantid il the noiihwtst toiuti of l.ol  uuinlti i ">'I70 (.miip I Ilit'iKi 1 iiiiiilin: soiill.  loo tlii ins theiu c west loihaiiis tin ni ������ um th  11,0 (linns I hem i'( isl 10 cliains to tin plan ol  In ifiunliii.'   010 ,k k s moie oi li ss  I) Hi d tHtli ilny of N'oicmhei   I'UH  is Cmw s Ni si I'nss Lninlii i Co    Lid  NOTICE.  Nnlii ( Is In k In ism u Hiul llilili dii\s Hn i  d iti I inn ml to nppl\ to liu ('ill. f ( "miiiissltin  er (if Lands and Worlts aiul (lie Asslsliuil Com-,  iiiIhkIiiiii'I' "f Lmuis and Winks of lhe I lie J'l'o-  vini'i' iii' liriiisli "CoIiiiiiIiIii.; for, a license,!"  prospect fin- coal and pi'lrolcum tin ilu: I'ollnw-  inii deseriheil huid. sll niited In the n"it.luTii  pnrllou of Lot l-V.i'l. in lhe sitiilli'i'ii.siiii-u porltoii  nt Kasl K'ooieiiny liistilci., liriiisli I 'oliiiiiliia  (.'oiniiieiieltiK at a post plan ted on the wester n  slope of llie (li villi; helween liriiisli Coliimliin  and Alln'iiii Territory, two, miles norlli of the  sol i llienst curlier pnsl; of .1 (isc| ih 11 let lieu's c In I Millie snuie lieini; the lllilint |i"sl of .tnltles K  Hell's eliuni. tlieui'c souili x'ii elm ln-  tlient-c enst so clinins' tlienee uoitli HO.chiilns.  llieuee, wesl SO elmins'lo point of' (-"inmence-  mciil. cOiitiiinlMu ''.10 iit-res. iidjoiiiini! Wllliaiii  Markliain's' tdaitn on lhe norlli.  .lames K. Hell. Locator  IS A. L. Anderson. AkhiiI  Dated Oct. lUth. l'J03.  /  To Chit ai.ro and all jioint-. o.i-t Lnui ���  \ llie Mcmphi- .\'c�� Orlean-.. and ail  jioints south  Mee that \our ticket leads \ ui the  ILLINOIS CLX'I'ltAL III:. Thoi'-  ou��lih model ii trains eoiinet t \Mtli jill  11 atiseonl inenliil lines at Nt. I'.ml and  (ini.iha.  If \inii ft lend- ai't t omin<r we-t let  ii- know and we will quote theiu (111 eel  ill" -|i( cialh low i,He- now m el!( ( I  fi om all Cii-tei n point-.  \n.\ infoi mat ion a-to   i.iu���    route-,  i ti  if i full*, ^lvcn ou application.  .1   (     LlMis.LV. 'I' r   .*s I'   V.  1 \1 'riind *3t    I'm I land. Oregon  It   11   Ti(ij\inri.L. Cdiiiiiii'k i.tl A^ciii  I li Tlm it St.   I'oil land. Oregon.  1'    l<   'I'lKtMI'SOV     I*'   .V  I' A       Kooin  1, C-olinaii Hide;    Si attle   Wash.  MINING  nnd  SCIENTIFIC  rHIRTY-HIHTK YEAR.    _  .24 Pa'^es   :   Weekly   :   Illustrated.  LNDISf ^NS ABLE  TO MINING MEN.  $3, PER YEAR; POSTPAID.  flK.VI)   FOR S.SMIM.K COI'V. ���  FINING-sd^ntific PRESS  .11(1 MARKET ST.. SAN FRAHCISCO, CA1.  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR. THE PROSPECTOR;  FORT STEELE,, ABAC , DECEMBER ..2d. .If. 03  THE .MASrER .MECHAI.j: .    ' i". sou-  limb. ituJ solten* Hi.- -->�� ..lul>- rroiiiptlw i-l.-u-llii,- it  or ^-rt-icsL-, oil. lust, elc In. lU.Kliii- iti tn. 11. mi.--*.  li.tiutis, tp..n>!Lifii l:ree >'"''l " n m-'ipl ei--V It-r  |t. taj.'.:.    Alti-Il Tullel .Still. Co.. MUX Ak,!,U.i>L -,  North Star Lodge  V NO. 30.  A.   F. AND A. M.       G.  R.  8. C.  *n    ,  mm' sti:i:i.i". n. c.  , ,i  ! ItuKulur inet'lintrs ���1st Tucsilav wi ciich  month ut eiKlit o'eloclc Vimuuk Hictlicni arc  C'irdiiillv I'nvlii-tt  W^he ^to^pBciot.  sATl;Kl).\V,   DlCC.  I'd.   1 !��<)���!  vT-mTTnTTnnTrnnmmvTTTTTfTTTnTTnTTMTT-:-  l   LOCAL NEWS.  1  '- ^  ,The weal ln;r continues fine.  Tiik  Pkompkctou   wishes   ils  readers ;i prosperous Now Year.  G.   P.   Pawnell  was   up from  Fish Lakes Wednesday.  Cj���y'.yWMy7'>W*0J7yT4W Z.',,'A  "���  p      '���   ���   ���   ��� ���������'���.-    ' ���--,���-    ..���...-...-.-..���.--���..���.    y...   ,-.....-. ~''ry'AppA%%:Jii��-&Q%;$^  $ Imperial Bank of Cariacic    ^  ^****5SS.^3;^^>g3t^iStS'?|  a  .?   The  CAPITAL AUTHORIZED $4,000,000  CAPITAL (paid upi ��� - $2,983,8%  REST ACCOUNT       ���   -   $2,630,312  �����    H^e*d    OFFicG-To  is  r.i  ronlo.  t. it. .mki'I'itt. r.-i>Mij,.|ii   n. i:. wilkik. vnv-i'i-, s. -md (.en. \i-m.  >a  jjj   ' ACKNTK     IN    CIIKA'I'    I'.lilT.MN     Lloyd,,   l;,ml;.  2 I tuition.  ���oniliaiil   Si.,  S  J. G.   Cuinining's,   P.L.S.',   ro-  1 uraeoA fVnm Jilk River. Monday.  J. Kin.n- was re^islered at   ihe  &tiatheoiui Monday.  P. \V. Gordon,   Winnipeg, was  at the linpiH'iiil Tuesday.  The  days have   already   ooim  nieiuvd to loiio-thon.  .A I Doyle visited the St. Mary's  Kiver loii.yin��' eainp .Monday.  q, A L'enefill  I'uinkiiiLl  I !ii-ine��� Tr.'in-.;u'tril. ,  gt     Savings Jiank Department. - Interest allowed on deposits.     [Ej  |   Cranbrook Branch. f. n. marsh. Manager, 'iji  tfLnrufiji ri'n'rij llKHTO ui>i>ii uijiL^^  ianadiaii BaoK of Goniiiieroe  HEAD OFFICE ��� TORONTO.  I'aid lip C.i)iil;il *S.7(ifMi0(>:  I5e-.ervi; Kinid *t-'!.00O,O<l0:  Ajiyi'iij..,),. Ucsonrrcs Over *t>S.'!.()00.000 Nov. :MHIi.   liKI'i.  i     London Ol'l'ice: <!(> I.oniliiiid Si reel,  I'.. O.  New   Vol I. (Ht'iee;   I (J i;\eli:lli),e I'lsicc.  And 110 briuiehe.- in Ctinuilu unci the United Stated.  #1  yi  * I  #1  |   Cranbrook Branch. F. C. MALPAS, Manager.  H  H  --ft    WISHES    EVERYBODY   A   HAPPY    NEW   YEAR.   ft~  ������    CH RkSTM AS , at KERSHAWS '  Ueoi'gv   Ceary    was   at    l^ish I  Lakes Monday. , I  Mr. and'.Miv A.'H. CraVo were  i at Cranbrook Tuesda  .v.  Kill Iii vcr I-.oi.lK''.   I'VrnU'.   ri'culnr  m.-flint;-. i    1        ,, ... ,  i.(.-iuuiMi'.iiiav.'r,-..ciii..���iiu. ' !    -lonii hwm was  ui   Cranhrook  | Tuesday, *     ���  (.'riiiibrcioli l.oifct'. CiMiibiuui.. iVi,'ui:>��   i:nvi~ ! '    liif!-. lit'lii on ilic ihntl Tlmr-iilav of i'iu,h mouth   k     >. i   '       i       .-,      ,,      -,, ,      ...  I     Air.   ./.   I<,   .Smith    and    .Mis-;  ���    J liwirp.^dTtsry     ! Bailey    spent    Christ mas   with   '������a 'friends at Pernio.   '  Rocky Mountain  Chapter  NO. 125. H. a. M.  '  i   t  ' FORT  STICKLE. B. 0.  i Oovernmoni Assent Arm strong-!  . visited Ferine: Monday on otlieiai i  , business.  Re-nlar meeting--:>Ud Tiu-dav in ' A Si\V0r Ware is lnosl "W^PI'fble ���  each month at cisrht o'd-K-k. "       Zo'"   Xmas   j.ircsenls.       The    line  . ,'isbown  at    laen ha users   is com-  SojoiirnLuj,' Coinnuiiinn-. are eoriliaily ' piete.  invited.    ' ' , ���;���  1     .1. 'F.   Armstroiii;  and D. 'Mc  ,   ���        n. L. 'j\ (i.\r.nKArnx Soribe K. I Kay ' visited   Cranbrook ' Thtirs  ������ ��� h';i-v-  Professiotiali     !  HARVEY, McCARTER &��� DUNBAR  BARRISTEF^S AND SOLICITORS  (!iiA.\uuooi\.    -    n.c.  W. R. ROSS  (.���'. T. Curtis was up from  Little Bull river Thursday' pur-  chasiiiii Cliristiiias .ifuod.s I'or the  little folk>.  A.Uliifhblm came up from T3ull  river to spend Christ mas al  home.  Barrister  ' Solicitor  NOTAK&    PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER.    .  "Fort , Sttr/t',   Ii.   C  T 11 O M A S    M c V I T 'J1 IF  PJL'.S.   <Sc   CEe  c     h'oiM. Sloele B.C.  Four s-i'Kia.K I)i:vhi.hi'.mi:n-i'Svndioa'I'i: Ltd  lilK l.t'iitlt'iiliiill Siri't'i, l.oiitlon, i^iit.'liinii.  N. A. WALLINGER, FORT STEELE,  HOST OFFiCK HOX H.     ,  A number of miners from  k'itnfierley will spend Christinas  at Port Steele.  Have received a la rye .msmii'I meiil ol' New Vein's presents for ad nils. Toys ol till deserfpt ions  for children, also candies :uid chocolates of various varieties losuil, all. I wish to call the al lent ion  of Ihe ��ood people ol this (list rid loihelad that it will pay them to do their holiday l.radin,"; wilh  Kershaw  i. t-,i  r    Nl,     Simply   Iwnu^p   11h��   uoods   we   havi*   u> oll'or in ovci'y line h:ivo just. nrrivcMl ilKsreforo  . r n  ,--iid.     liecaiise lhe'i^'oods b(iin<>' new l,li(*v ;lre of lhe latest desio'iis.  ' ' .: ' r. ,  ���     ofd.   ' llectniso if you do your li'iidino' with K'ersl'unv he, can   sell   you   toys,   etc...   which   will  ,       l')lease your children and "'ivi!'I.heinjind you many a happy hour of pleasant, ou.'^ymeitj.  , Therefore   '   ask  y.ou   to   remomlier Molhers and Fathers I ha.I, I" can please you and ��'ive you  such a cpialily of o-oods at lower prices than you can liny lln* same (pialily of ooods al-.-;anywhere   in -  ,   ,,    Fast K'ooleiiay. i    ��� >- -   '        ' ' , .   - ,,  Hi regard to Xmas and New Yours Clifls I'or mc1u11s,wc have'.yoods lo.oi'l'er such as "Work- hoxes  Toilet Sots, l?��. IJ.L!., fe. R. D. and AMeerschaum Pipes. Also a full line of Fane/*,- Mirrors. Ladies and  Cenflemairs Si lie Vlandkerchiefs and a numbei' of oilier lliini>.s loo Hunie.rous1' to menlion.  O , -   '  .\fala.t;'.'i Crapes and .hipanese Orano'es. ' '  We also havo a full lino of , *-'  -~     ,   :������ I'AISI'l.VS.    CIJKKANTS.    FKIS.     IW'I'KS.    iVDTS.  i ( ' (  'OKANOK.    OI'riiON    and    I,KNOX    I'KKI.S.        <'l.'AX IJKKKI KS.n    "   '  '.'',, ��- "  , .      * , ��, r..  (jive    Kershaw    a    call   and    bcc   convinced    of,  the   above    Statements.  D. Griffith. Wild Horse creek,  was at llie   Strathcona   Wodnes-  J..G-. CUM MINGS  CIVIL    ENGINEER  Provincial    Land   Surveyor  FORT  RTRELE,  P>. C.    '  GEARY   &.  DOYLE.  Harry Bradford, Marysville.  was ��� re.yistered at' fhe Imperial  Wednesday.   ,  Fort   Steele  Cigar   Store  JOE TAENHAUSER. Proprietor.  f  '*  -rrrs  A  l^ini'  l.inu (il  Cigars, Pipes nud Tobaccos .  ���  Billiard  Room  WATOII.MAk'Ki:   illlll    .IKWKIiHH  t e  ENGRAVING aiid KEPATHING  L. W. l'.iliiiori* came d.ov 11  from Morrissey .Mines Wednesday.  Look in the window of Taen-  hauserAs Toy Store for a genuine  sua]). All toys and New Years  ��'il'ls at cost.  Mornings ai'o quite cold, bul  days are plea��anl. Thei-e. i.s bul.  little snow except on the mountain tops.  Liveru, Feed & ��� Sale Stable.  Von. Su'i'U* H.C.  F.c'.'-iiliif   Duily   Sisini-   iiu:cl->   illi  iniiiit ut. Kiirl Sic.-Ir .Jiini'lioi.  SADlJl.l-: .V-   I'ACK  HOKSK.^  it. imim; hi am  iiiMis.isi'iciii'n  DR. SAWYEH,  V. S.  Office and Stable  Curiiijr nl  (lalbniilli :ind Ua/.d Sirei-I^  Fort Steele, B. G.  OI''l''lV'K DAVS:,     .Mninl.'iy.    TliHrs-  (liiv.llinl S:itnril:iV ;il'-'i,t''i'l''.  Captain     ThoroluV London,  ISn>land., and (j.   Fay, N.W.T..  were reii-ishM'ed til   Iho liniierial  Thursday.   PERIODICALS       Toys,   Books   and   Stationer  I N. HANSON, I  ^ General iVler-cHant AND ^  ^ c Iwic|Mor Oeetler. ��  GARLIN   & DURICK  r- ' V t ' r  --.GENEKA'i;    J\I1��KC;I1A.NTS     '   ���'  ,Fort  Steele,  Wo don't, care for Christmas or  Now Years presents, just send  us the price of a year's subscription to Tiik l'itosPi'KJTOit instead.  Mrs. 0. M- Fdwards, Cranbrook. was in-lnwu Thursday on  her way 10 Fish Lakes, whore  she will spend Christmas wilh  Mr. and Mrs. Fiiwnell.  DoIK! Dolls! We are, headquarters for dolls this your.  Dolls of t'vovy kind, from the  wee .small rule sleeping dolls to  1 Ik; Ini'ire iiiiely dressed lady  dolls Sellinii below cost al  Tiieiihuusers.  Fort. Steele    a  Diamond Jubilee  mis-s B. mom. .'.���   Hospital  MAllKlN.  Cl'llllllllli' (.( SI.   I.lll.'.'s   llllllllllll  l\'llll('illl VCf. it. I y  '/;'I'llis. 'liiHl,it..nli(iii Liiir- Ih-i'ii ri'cent.l.V  .tiiihii'ii'iyil li.V il ni'iv win-.r wliic.li in nmv  (i'icii   for   i'c.ti('|,it ion   of   |i:it.ii:iit,Mv     fiir  t.l'.I-IIIH ilppl.V  to ���'���        I  'Mis.4 I'., -Moss,   ni-   .l. I'A Smith, Sm-,  ^.iulrou. ,  fort Sliiult;, ll.C.  Mis.s Will 11 if red Ariiistrotii.',' re  1 urii.'d * Thursday from :t  *-uiilli:e)'s vi?.it  lo Colden.  I' <) .lenniii^s came down  Tliiii'sday lo spend Cltrisluias  with his fa'mily"iit,A'Sloe|().  jVI'.1' 10. (iiiinli'r. Hull hVivei'A  was at' the Sli'iil.hcotia. ���'IMmm's'-'  da.y.   ���   . ���   ' Z   ���  .--Tl1'' f.'il ilicatioii of a Chinese.  ( riVfil-v with lhe ��� United.,, Sla.fes  may init take phice. owiny to se.'  cre.t,opposition Jo il 011 lhe part  of.Torei^n |io\v.ers.  Tut: m * st -.a m:-.chan'I(-s im-im: mai;  S'l.iAl' ln'uK innl siilti'ii" III" skin, ivliilc  |>i'(>in|illy rl.-iuisill;: il ol ^i'i-oki', oil.' I'liKl. llli'.  Iiivfiliiiih!.' Ini iiH'.-liiiiili',... fni'iiins. s|m��mmiii->i.  |.*ri'i' -.11111)1 li- mi ii.|'i.||i|. uf -.'.���. lui piist.iii:i', :  Alliurt Tollul Soup Co., Mil's Moiuruiil.  ZZ:     ManufacUiTor of all,Kinds of "Lumber,       A hi,r<>'e a,ssor1-     :  S~ ment of seasoned "Lumber and Shingles a.iwa.ys t  S~ on hand -  tZ: -  �� .DIMENSION      LTTMHF.Il"      A      RPRCJIALTY. =  1       WflSfl,    --BG.      I  Port  Steele  Meat Market  T. ROBERTS. Proprietor.  lYesh and Salt Meals  Always On  Hand.  ���Kast  Kool  Sole Agents r,., ,h. GflOlOfl Sl66l COMPANY  'Puis S'i'i'JKi. is sruaranloed lo be tvpia.1 to Jessop's or   Pirths in  II Aim Kooi<" Woiili.  Soi.k Aoicntj  ������ orow's Nest Goal company  iSoi.k, AnioN'i'.s  Giant Powder Gomoani  Miniiiij;   Supplies  a  Specialty.  Ao-mils for tin*    MARSIOY     IIARIilS    CO.,   Limited.    <-  Farming   Implemeiits|  Port    Steele  rewing    Co.  FORT STRl^LE,   B'.  C  MANUIiWCJTIJUrcKN     and      MI?|i!WMK'S     OF    I0XTI4A     FINF  IE  C/J^-.  ��&-,PORTER  *^^  SOLD    BY    THE    BAERI'B,": KEG "OR   AB0TTLKP ���-!  , f .     .......  Bottled beer lor ''family use a specialty    A  OlITSIDI'l Oh'DIOh'S Cl VION.STIMCT j;f. I'K'.OiVl lKP A'P'IM^N'PIO.V  .'���-.'���* ' ' ' "    '  JAAfflSFAC'l-'ION '6UARA N't'EE D .-.���^V^I  utz";& Scott, Prop's.

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