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The Prospector Feb 21, 1903

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Array ^ n.syiy\.\STj-in^nruynrinru\n.iTTU-in./i-  -     liMli*|ii*nili*nl. I'Via-li*.���. Sunn-  '   . ������_ lliiny In inti-ivM i-ii'i-i 1ukI\ .   |5     \|  Jj        Suli-rrilii* now.  :'-uijiJT>iJTiJnJTui-nJriji>ijT/TVu^  Ruioriiar'a Uifcou  ���rrLnttrurvttnjij-uy^  b'    A .V'*\\-.|i.ij)i-i- fin* tin-i)(.i)j,]e. *5  5-        AM ilu* uiiniii'j ni*"!i-of tin. tg  p.       ili-ifi<*t. 5  Vol. f).  FORT &TBBUB, B. C, SATURDAY, FBBJtUARY 27, l&OX.  No  S.  AMONG   THE  MINES.'  of  the  Canadian government to  deal with outstanding questions  Opening of the Provincial House--   between the two countries now  Dr. Sanson at Ashorott���N. B.  t-mr th(;  Alaskan boundary   dis-  |pute   is   out   of   the   way,   but  that    the    commission  Legislature Dissolved.  OUT   WITH AN INJUNCTION.'  Canadian  Pacific   Railway   Claim  240,000   Acres   in   the   Elk  '   River ValJey.  mining- Notes.  Work on the Copper Queen  group of mines continues. ll is  said thaj Ihe property will be  crown granted in'the near future  A second gold bride weighing  one hundred and lil'ty ounces is  the latest production of the Wilcox 'mine.  On account of. the coal miners  sl.rike.at the coal mines in tlie  Crow's Nest Pass the immediate  , future of the mines and smelters  in ' the .Boundary   district is de-  "o i d edl y"u7fcIfrTri iTr ^^^^  ".Despite the drop in,Sullivan  slock" there is considerable' buying. The people of Southeast  Kootenay have great faith in'the  mine, when' if'is run on business  principles.  Assessor A. C. Nelson', has re-  ceived instructions from the  minister of mines to" hold an  auction sale oi" all unworked  crown granted mineral claims  upon which taxes were duo 'and  unpaid up lo December 151st HiOi*  The Dominion Copper Co.".  owning the1 Brooklyn group of  mines in the Boundary district,  has decided to issue SI (i( >, 0O() in  bonds; to be devoted to wiping  out of the indobtedne.-iS of the  company, and the .balance of  ��50,DUtMo be hold,as a reserve  fund.'       , ���  ���rjosslnnd inines_ are shipping  on an average 1,000 tons of ore  per day, and those of the Bound;1  meei later in Ihe year on account  of the meeting of parliament  next month.  To Settle Strike.  Deputy minister of labor King  is now on his way to Pernio to  oudeavor'to effect a settlement  of the strike of coal miners in  tlie Crow's Nest Pass. This is  the result of representations  made by senator Templeman to  the minister of labor.  _~=NE WS _0P=THE=.WORLD. ���=_.  Blockade Raised���Bulgarian Aiiny  \    Mobilized,���Joe   Chamberlain  at Cape Town. '���  arv nearly 2,000 tons daily.   Both  districts could easily double the  ore oulpiit., if ";-iif!icicnl coke for  the-smelters could lie had.  , It is now believed that the  ' lolu Smelter Co. will erne I a  zinc separator al Kaslo.  Items of Interest Prom Every where  ,  The news received from all the  Venezuelan ports is that- the for-  ���i  eign warships have sailed away.  The copper market shows not  the slightest sign of .weakening,  either at home or abroad. '  The Canadian Pacific, railway  would like to gobble up Dead-  inan's Island.  Telegrams from Sofia announce  that unless the Turkish troops  are'( immediately, withdrawn  from the frontier, the Bulgarian  army will be mobilized.      ,' .  Austria takes the lead in   presenting  a note to the Pone asking for   the  inauguration' of re  forms iu<Macedonia..  e        *��� ���('  Itossiand   will   send ten   dele  portion   of   the   district,  which  contain -uulimited   resources   in  coal, oil. anil   minerals,    besides  vast forests of the choicest   tim  ber in the province.  There is no doubt  but that tlie  C. P.R. railway company  has resumed its crusade in favor of n"s  plan to absorb not only  the  50,-  00(i acres of coal land  owned   by  the  Dominion' government,   but  from    patriotic    feelings   think  that, the coal  areas of Southeast  Kootenay,   as   an  asset,  should  .belong to the  C. P. li..   it   affects  to be fearful   that  the  smelting  and    mining   interests    of    the  Kooteiiays will.in some  way ' be  alfecled���unless the  entire coal  fields of Southeast Kootenay are  giveii"to them.'"    <���" --^-^���t?.���==i======-  0PENING OP PARLIAMENT.  A Revival of Ancient Forms.���  The Journey to Westminster,  ���A Picturesque Procession.  o.  C?  Political Matters.  The  opening   of   the   British  Columbia  Legislature   will   take  place Thursday March ll'lh. *,  Tuesday March lUth will in  all probability, witness the opening of the Ontario Legislature.  The New Brunswick Legislature has been" dissolved, and  writs Cnave been issued for the  election on February L'Hth.  ��C. C. Ch'isholm. M.P.. for  Antigonish. has been appointed  a member of the executive  council of Nova Scotia, suco'eed-  ing Hon. A. MeCillivray. appointed county judge.  Dr. Sanson held his first campaign meeting at Ashcroft. on  Wednesday evening. Premier  Prior and provincial secretary  W. W. B. Mi-.l lines addressed the  electors in behalf of Dr. Sanson  Nominations for the vacancy  in Norlli Grey took" place on  Wednesday. The candidates  nominated were. M. Kennedy,  liberal; and T. Thompson, conservative.  Nominations look" place for  Quebec vacancies in the House  of Commons ���Wednesday:' at Two  Mountains, .1. (I. lutlier. liberal;  15. Bea,iKdiii.up, .conservative: at  TeiToboiine, Dr. , Dosja.rdiiis.  liberal; Alex iVl. Masson, conservative.  The     Prior- Paferson    ' saw-off  has fallen through, and the pro  tests ha.vo been renewed..  WantB a High Commission.  The United States government  'through senator Fairbanks,   lias  proposed the resumption   of 'the  sittings   of   the joint, high coin-  mission next month.  Sir  Wilfrid   Laurier    ha.s   re  gales to the'-Vicloriu meeting of  the Provincial Mining ' Association.      " -     v    " "  i "      i      ,  "Tho Canadian Pacific Kailway  Co. arc taking active steps towards ihe creation of" a fast  freight service on, the Atlantic.  Colonial secretary Chamberlain and his parly arrived' at  Capo Town Wednesday,' and met  with a hearty reception from u-  crowd of about l.dOo persons  awaiting them in Greenmarket  Scjuare.  Wednesday, Feb. IS, was truly  hangman's day in Mississippi,  there being no fewer than five  men sentenced to pity the death  penalty in various parts of the  state.  The 1st batallion and band of  the Fourteenth infantry left  Port Wayne Wednesday for San  Francisco whence they will sail  on the transport Logan for the  Philippines.,  The Minnesota Kditoria.l Association was holding its annual  meeting at St.. Paul Thursday.  The attendance was the largesa  in the history of :he Association's yearly meetings.  The Red Star Line inaugurated Wednesday a direct fortnightly service between Antwerp and  Boston.  Severe frost and blizzards pro-  vail in all parts of the United  States. Trains are reported  storm hound everywhere:'  Tlie. associated boards of trade  for eastern British Columbia  will meet at Fernie on March 18  The provincial government  will be asked to set, aside'  1'00,000' acres of East, Kootenay  forest lands for a public park.  First the Boors and now the  'Balkans are threatening the  peace of the world! ft would be  well to'keep' ah. eye on- Bolivia  and the Bashi-Ba.joules.   :  It. isbecoining plainer that the  British Columbia suffers' from  the "hold up" ��� 'stand and deliver" policy of the. C. P. It.', ir  men' who constitute the 'government, at. Ottawa,1 by a raihvay  commission, would put' in force  that special clause in tlie Crow's  Nest charter, "government control' of freight rates," it would  go a long way towards bettering  the existing conditions of the  mining and smelting industry of  the province. '  Moi  i ro<!  doct  line   involves   <  dan  gers   to   the   World's   peace  far  beyoii'd the benefits it extends to  A Patriotic   Grab   G-ame.  The Canadian Pacific Railway  Company have commenced suit  in the supreme court. Vancouver  Registry, claiming title lo i'-IO,-  000 acres of land in' the tilk  river valley, asking for damages  for trespass, anil ,an injunction  restraining so called I res passer.-.,  from further trespass, ami from  applying to the Crown for title  to said land.        - c    ,  The claim to the land by the  Canadian Pacific._Railwa,y_-Cniii-:  pany. is based upon tho Provincial land grant by the government in aid of the Columbia iind  Western Railway. " j  The announcement. ' of,�� the  Canadian Pacific Railway, claiming title, to 11-10,000 acres on the  west side of Elk River, is,, a  statement in which the whole of  British Columbia is interested,  for it will delay the opening up  and development, of a part of  Southeast Kootenay which ha.s  been proved to possess mines of  exceptional richness, considerable areas of coal lands, and vast  areas of choice timber, lauds.   ,  The land grant of the Columbia Western Raihvay reads as  follows:���"It shall be lawful for  the Lieutenant, Governor in  council to grant lo said " railway  company lands in tlie district of  Kootenay and Yale* not exceeding 10,240 acre's lor each mile of  narrow guage'rail way to be constructed by said, company.'upon  condition, of their com-tructing  the said,Columh'ia and Western  Railway'within the time and according to the terms of ��� this act  of incorporation."  "A tract of land .extending |(i  miles on each side of the line of  the section or section's as aforesaid of the proposed railway,  and also such further area contiguous to the railway as ihe  Lieutenant-Governor in council  may direct, in order lo make up  a sufficient quantity under this  act."  Anybody who knows anything  about, Southeast ICootenay, and  its land grants to railway cotrf-  panies. are emphatic in condemning this attempt' of the C.  P.R. to obtain still further con-  cessions'in this district  The land in question was sup-  Q L  [iosed   lo   havo 'been   under   reserve for railway   purposes, but  this   was   found   to   have been a  mistake,    and   the    government  during tlie past year have allow-,  ed pre-emprors to take up   land,  issued coal licenses, also permits  aud   leases   for    timber    limits.  The   new   town   of   Morrissey.  many  ranches  and  homesteads.  sawmills, timber limits and  coal  lands are within tho confines  of  the trad claimed by the C. P. R.  The hislory of   railway   building in the ('row's Nest Pass does  noi show that managers of the  C.P.R. have ttin.de it a. point,/ to  treat fairly with .the people of  this district." The total aoreagb  of Southeast;' Kootenay is about  4,400,000 acres, of this'amount  the C.P.R. ��� have-succeeded in  getting, actual possession of  :j, ���100,000 acres, under land  grants for rail way construction  i it West Kootenay, and the, Grow  lino.       " ....   ���  It is understood that the Canadian Pacific does not. intend to  bo satisfied /with its '-present  holdings.in this district, but will ,     The   districts   that  ,   Blake and Foster.  Hon. Edward Blake has been  retained ' as chief counsel for  Canada on the Alaskan boundary  I (V. '  commission. The commission  will not meet- until after the  forthcoming session o'f parliament. " '' "  ,.. Formcr���Secretary Foster has  been selected to take charge of  the' case of' the,Uiiitod States in  the 2->resehtatidn of the Alaskan'  boundary case before the special  commission in accordance with0  the approved Alaskan treaty.  <>  Will g-o to Sea Again.  ' It is' announced in naval  quarters that Lord Charles  Bores ford has accepted ihe command of the Channel squadron.  This will necessitate his retirement from parliament.  Want Coke.  The Granby Smelting Company are figuring with 'Nanaimo  and the Northern Pacific coal  companies for a supply of coke  sufficient to last :-J0 to 00 days.  Japanese Prince Dead.  Prince Koinatsu.who  was   en  voy of Japan >at  the-coronation  of King   Edward, 'died   Wednesday    from   an   affection  of   the  brain.  Will Visit Fernie.  There is a strong feolitig  among the business men at ihe  coast that, the minister of mines  should personally visit Pernio  and Nanaimo. and attempt to  solve the trouble there, as a continuance will be disasterous to  business.  Must  Build  Railway.  Mr. Blair, minister of railways  has concluded thai   railway   coil-  ' Speech Prom the Throne.  London,   Feb.   17. ���King  Edward   opened    Parliament   ,this  afternoon   with   a  ceremonial in  all essential respects  similar   to  that   of  the   two  preceding ses  _sions of his reign.     The proces-'  sion io the Mouse of   Lords   was  of, tlie  same   character  as  that  witnessed on the occasion of the  opening  of  ihe. session   of  last  year,   and   within   was' seen the  same' state  pageantry,    historic  drc.sscs=and=rev-ival-of���iihcienr  forms.      The  journey   to "West  minster was made in a, gorgeous  slate   coach,    drawn    by    eight  .cream   colored    Flemish   ponies,  wiili   footmen   and  outriders  in  scarlet livery.     'When (he   King  and   Queen   drove  out  from the  courtyard in   front,  of   Bucking  ham Palace,  they  were  greeted  enthusiasficailyby the multitude  1-1 is   Majesty   appeared   entirely  recovered from his recent illness  With the two central   figures  so  easily  seen  and  so   gorgeously  clad, with thc'-brilliant "-escort of  Life Guards, whose bands kept  constantly  playing."  the  crowds  seemed lo feel rewarded for their  long   wait by a, spectacle of considerable interest.  '    The procession in  the. Mouses  of Parliament, was  striking   picturesque.     Pursuivants.' heralds,  gentlemen-ushers, cquer.ries and  grooms in waiting led   Ihe   way  Conspicuous positions were occupied by the Prime'Minister.   the  Lord   Chancellor'and   the-Lord  High Chamberlain in their robes  of office.    In the Mouse ol* Lords  a  brilliant.  as.-,emblage   awaited  their  appoaranco.      The   'poors  wore   their   robes, the judges of  the   high   court    their   robes   ol  scarlet   and   full    bottom    wi��s.  Behind Ihe bishops were Ihe  di -  plomatic corps and the poerossos  After   robing.    King   Fdward  and   Queen   Alexandra   entered  Ihe House of Lords and occupied  their thrones beneath a   canopy,  with other members of the royal  family seated about'thom.      The  Gentleman Usher  of  the   Black-  Rod     having     summoned     the  Speaker and Ihe members of the  House  of  Commons,   the   King-  read the speech from the throne.  ���The speech referred to the satisfactory status of   Ihe   Venezuela  affair  and   to   the  work  of Mr.  Chamberlain   in    South   Africa.  Other topics touched upon   were  the  expedition   against the Mad  Mullah and varum,-,  questions of  home   interest.    '   Referring   to  Great   Britain's    relations   with  foreign countries, the King said:  "'My  relations   with   ihe   other  Powers    continue    to    be   of    a  friendly character."  The   speech    concluded    with  mi-ntioning proposed   legislation  of solely domestic interest.    Tin  King  and "Queen   then    retired,  from' (Romeo and Juliet), wou  many encomiums irom Thos^  present.  The opinion \vn>, expressed by  many     ������may     the     Mackenzie's  come again:"  The dance at the close of the  entertainment was much enjoyed  by all. ' '   '  Power to, be Utilized.  The. recent application made  by Thomas Crahan for the right  to utilize the power now goinii'  to waste on the ICIkViver. is a  hiiil, of the value ;u which the  water-powers^ of Southeast  ICootenay are0 gradually  i"g-  assiiui-  _NQ_S.BT.TLBMBN.T_l'N_SrG"fl-T-  Kootenay  Business   Men  Worried  Over   Coal   Strike. ���    ���  ^ From all thai can be learned'  from Pernio regard in <r the strike  at ihc Crow's A'i-.-i, Pass coal  mine.?, there appears to be very  little hope of a speedy 'settlement: and Fernie. the center of  the coal industry, is now again  in the I h roes of a business depression such as was experienced  a short, time ago.  The coal company . have revised to accept any more contracts for coal or coke until ihe  difficulty'i.s settled. Meanwhile  the smelters. ,and mining industry of tho , Koolenays. are  .jeopardized.- ,'  =There     is     a   strong   fooling'  among those''connected -with   the  mining   and   .smelting   industry  'of ihe distric.r, thai,   the''Provincial   government     should     take ���  prompt action of some kmd. aud  that the minKier of mines should  personally visit id,, m'ines in'the  Crow's   .Vest    Pass  and attempt  lo bring about a settlement.      A A  long   continuance   of the strike.   '  at this lime would bo most'disas-  terous lo the* minimi   conditions  of   the   present   year  inin^s     would    close  definitely  The government has , ample  justification for prompt* action,  in trying to bring forth a speedy  and peaceful settlement between  interests which are now clashing  to the detriment of business in  the Kootenavs.  ill nl many  down    iu-  Pertinent and Peculiar.  Statistics' show that more  people lose their lives each year  in the streets of London? than  were slain in battle during the  same lime, in the Boer war.  British Columbia in population  represents one-fortieth of Canada and pays into the Dominion  treasury one-tenth of its  revenues.  Mrs. Laura Uo.-ier of Anderson. Ind.. i.- being-.ned by her  brother for s,",.nno uamasros in  curing him ol the liquor habit.  He   alleges   that    she   stirropti-  sfriicfion in the northwest is not   ;iiiiid a fanfare ol    trumpets   and  coping   pace -.with   the   rate, of  settlement. ������-,���''.     <������'���;  .The people of : Southeast  Koot,ena,y have known this fact,  for several years, , Thai there  is'business for several roads in  this district is beyond-'doubt.  The -"milling, lumbering, and  other industries 'may receive a  serious set back-unless immediate skips are taken to coin,  meiice construction work on the  proposed Koolenay .Central railway.  attended by the same pageantry  that accompanied their entry  into the House..  Hig-h-olRss Entei"tumm��nt.'  The.Mackenzie's* who' '.appeared  at the Fort, Steele Opera Mouse  Friday, last, presented, a relmed  entertainment which was enjoyed to its fullest exleill. by  those present.  Mr. Mackenzie is a most pleasing singer of in^'ire than Ordinary  t imisly adniini.-.tercd drills lhat  deprived him ,,f his thirst for intoxicants, for which he claims  dnnuiires.  Kast Ko.ot.miny Stock.  . .'���'   A.sk.'d.- .-Mid.  (-'i'iiivVNi'si (���(���nl ' -*f:I ���_';"). id ni.  iVort.h Stiir:.........            in.' ;i  -Stilliviiii.                        .| n  -St.,   Kuy-i-in-     .:..'  Ill -J7  Silver-loud Quotations.  are  till  iiui  endeavor   to   force   the  govern-! the most interest  in th  ment   to   make   flu  a, present  of the land now held   in   reserve  plied, expressing   the  readiness ' the South Auieiicun republic.      J in   the   extreme     south-eastern  *d    I-  e   project-  roviuciiil     Mining   Assoei-  h -mining  al ion are those in whit  i.s carried on as a business.  ability.  I ir Ins sinning ol  Knirl  ISll  and Scotch melodies he-occupies  a place that is all his own.  M  rs.  Mi  token/do   is  an   elocu-.  tion ist   of  much  power.  and  recital   61'  the  'Potion   See  nor  ue"  Sew A'ni'k.  I''i-  >.. A'o:  X^-.  Miii'-Silvii'. ....  1 -ISj  M(.'.\'ii'Mii dollars  ���17*  Lead  ' 'l.l"*S  ('(.i|ipor i.  ���IL'.iIU  Speller   o.l HI  1 .omion,   1' eli.  -'li.'   Silv,  I*.   L'J  .'l-Kiil:  eo|i|ier    t'.n    17s  ���'��!:.���   le.'ld.  rll 1  Is   !M:  <|ii.*lti*r.  i"_'li   I;"  ���;...   Market Conditions.  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At lieProvincial:; Leg islatureAthis'
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:i liin^ llu: ml si Jiuiiiuf I llaxionV; 'I'inil.'tM- Ivvisr
,l.7)|i I'l'tuiiis. ihi-iK'i.: ensl lO.itliMins iiiort; or l\Nto
io i-'m-iiii!. l.iiniliu'ir'.Co".*.. Imiil,' llii.Mici: soulfi"
;i. lonu' saiil liiiill T'O e'liaiiis;, thi'iire oast 'iiui'!*;
siiiiiyii.nil'-IO I'luijiiiMi: inure oi* 'le:Ss \o Uuiioiit's.
I'l'i'-i'iii'iii'iit, (iirncti sniilh Hi" ciniIlls . Hi
MiiiiKii'.i's lVi'i!-i'in|ilioii, llieiiei* ivesl OCT i'liiidis
more or' less lo ii-tvsl Liinil of niaitKiin's pre-
einptlon, tlieii'ce* soulli ii1oii(,'.\vcm( limit of Man-"
iraris pi'e-e'ni].ili<in ill) ciailu-i. nioio oi'. K*ri< to Lor'
.virsrV, ilii.-fii-o west :.'0 I'lialns 'iri(>rc or'less io pluee
of liegliiii/lni;. Sriid-I'l'iii'i'ti.i c-niniiiii six luin'dveil
anel.l'o.riy iiri'i'^ nioi'i'in-li'tis. .-.-.'■-".
/IliiliMl.-ihi-. IT 1 !• ilny of .Viii'i.-inliei-,' llKl:.'./'    ,
is   '■"'   ■■■'  ■-,'- 10. O. IIAKKOWS. ..
Gerteral iyieccrtaiit;
-a;:'; %[■; Lii cfi* br-J- Dealers;
^'"'/ Manufacturer/of'air
^-'V'C/A':i:/.;'ment:orseasOTied .Lain
,':%. /../'/NOTICE.   /   ./...    ;■  ;^/,.'..,-
'.--XO.TIOI-!1 'In' lu.-i'i-li.v tlivoii lliiil-iin iipiiliriilioli
» ill In;- li liuli'* lo I lii' l'lirllii nil-ill. 01' Ciuiinlii.iil
Ihi-.. lle'Xl Suss loll 1 lii-I'olil'!' !'o i'.;^ nil Ai:L loilH'ol'-
'iJOi'iiU'i'i i-oiniiiin.y In l,i'i; .Kik'i'wii '-iis "Tin* Soiilii-.
i.'iii.Ci-iilriil 1'iie:!IU- KiillVvii.v ('.'oiniiiiny", lii i'iiii-
i'ti'iii,t''iu'iil oi'I'in U' ii lliiiiiif i;iill\vii.i'friiiii rV:ih-'
I'l.iivi-r in Iti-iti-ili ('Vlniiil.ilii niirtlii'rly aiuli-iisl-
l.'l'I.V   .I'.V,'; lVll.V.,.1.11'   llll-    lellilll'llil.V    I'MSS    i">lillli;
1'.ol nl. oil '\iii' I 'till/ .Mini/ Iv lyi'i* I n .{)><•', l.i id rlcl /'of
A fliiM 111: . ilH'iii-Jj . noi'lli ■ oiisle'iiy , :'.'|Iiitiii(*Ii
Si'sl.'ii.'litiii'iiai.i lo >iiini''i"'inl on ilu- Oluiiyliill
Klvi'i:' "ivlilr: |io\vi*i* t<> oenistriiri, ii'iul oiiiM'im;,
i.Iol'.'Ki-upli iitii|,U'iiiplii'iiii' lliiiw lor tlii; purpose.
o( Its liu'sliiiixn'iuiii l'or ihc, I'liblio; nnil . Io. iiivn.
use Mini ope'i'iitii'ivii'iui'' |ioi>'i*i'.v. roiivoiiiijia. i/o
llii-'.umil foV/i'iiilH'a.v.u'ul Oliioi- luirpnses:; mill
U> owii liiiil ii|ii;riilo ,sroiiiii-shijis,: forrii'Si iiiiii
riliippinj*. I'lml'; liuilil niid e-i-t'iil llu:- iiore'ssiii-y
wluiryiH mni ;i:li*yuieirs:' mill-. Willi .such ; olhur
/\)o«'i/is ;iiiil |h-ivil(*)ji'.s iis/'urn', usiinlly  irlvi'ii' t"o
;;-......ll'.iJ.INSTpN.^' KAncpNltl{ll)Clli, ;//.,     ,
,>.:.;';.,, ■■:'■   Solicitors for lhc*.App!ir:i.iit,s. \
i iiili'il n I TnriiiVi.ii I liis :.'!illi il:iy of- De'ci'ii'ilie:r;
' 1 t>t »r.
■ JTOTlC/i:.,
;.;■■/■'■■■': .XXXi, .NOTICE;/"// XXX'\
N'OTl.i)li' is iiurjiby-(fiyo:i iliiii iin ii|>plli:iiilon
.VOTIGR l.-f hereby. Klveii.tti&t ail  npplieatioii I ,
.-•:. ,-..''■■- -.-.- . i.     ... " -- ■,-. :.;,.:■-::..i:. ;:.:.:.; .willflju tillleleV.to the f.l Klslallire Of
:.:'TliOA  lllbst
which wil,
iinporfiuit   event
;    .'   -.-■-' ■-.--■■-
(]il:ice/ in British
■ take.
his_ month, wi
"■meeting'ol: the'~
Association at.
be the
Provincial Mining
Victoria' bn   Fob-
■ y. ..*;.    «•..,*,-■     ,■'-.'■    ,; ■
•Men are. sometimes, accused of
not knowing their own weakness
yet it is t also, true that men dp
not know, fiieii: owti strength.   It
;,is in ineu as
are   vA-ihs   ol
owners-is noi
t is in'mine.^: "there
gold  oi' which the
'a.\vare"A ' :.X'\.
will be'ma'dc to ilie; Parllaiheiit of Ciitmela at its
ueict^'■'■Sessibh 'for lin ■ Act io./ iiiiiorporate. .tlie
."'(Cootetiuy Cur!boo anil l'*ai:lt!i'  KiiIlwrij;,Co:n>
.'jitt'uy^- lo/'cpustruci.ariiJ.operat'-./ii'l.liii;^^pf-'-Ruil-r
. way for thB ca/rr jjin'g of height' a nil', passengers: j;
ConimeiieilnK at ti point.0iriUeGa!ittellttiicPaciilc:j . .        . .   ..
uiiii .Caiioii; Rlvers'tb/ ti polnt/.air:or.ntiar Ttto
J nun t: aaclie-^. t)ieiibe;>?orili ■AVesterly. t/ol lowl ng
tiii (Voursc oi ilitijI'^r'a'sBi^liivurlo''^
■uear OlMCOiue/l'ortase," ihe'iioo .Wbfiierly fbllow;-
liiff the:'.'cdu"r|4<J'<jor 'tho/' yeeiiato: u'iiel s-Sliec-iiiv
!R1 vers (Vr/liy/iU'ij'uioM'lTcon
AvaiiM' tiiror,fi<:ii''/.'',oi-IrS!nip
to; ooiisti-iiot;, a braiic.h/lliie to/(iiiii ,Toivn.;oi'
MilkerVIHe';'nnit'oitio'i-. liniiicli lini-.s not i:xri:fiil-
lusilfty miles luiulil.ii.leiiiKth. .Also to iionn'lJOt
ivilli niiii liiiteir Inloi-uiiiiliiS.iii'iaiiKiiinejnls with
any otlior Kuilwiiys situate"iiiiai*. suiil proposoel
Riiilwuy or ;iiiy'! paii/ tiii/rftof. ..to rcrni.ve -.i'roiii
any Ooviu'hineiiit, person - or lio'ily'- "corporu to:
Kiii nis of liinil.-.'tiiom'jy or oilier assets .in iilil; o,-.
riiiisirueilou of saiil 'uiiileitiikini,'.. with/ power
to conslrucl ami operate, ieleKriiphiinil.'telephone lines for llie purpose of its business; suiil
for the public, niiil with power to owii. use ■•mil
operate.' water powers convenient', to';, the rbn.il
for their railway nnil other purposes wiili
power to own-anil operate .steamships and
.shipping; anil biiikl aiiii erect .ihc.."'iiei;cssary
wliaryes iinel with ;such other powers. nnel
privileges is lire " usui'illy'-'sriveii to Railway.
Companies.' .-. .-.-..; ::   .'..-.■ ■; '..,:■ ''
Dateel at I-'firi Sieelo this lOtli day of Qet.iilicr.
llKri,.   ,:'-' .-■-,   ;■'■".:■  '   (....,-.'",..■ :': ".. '   ■■:
^:l '   -IIARVKY & McCAKTF.R..     ;•
'-.•'.   Solicitors .for'Applicnnts'.'■ '
to. ; aiHt   never
diamed of.      '■*.'.
..'rriie-..,-w.a.y ./t(),; avoid impntatipn
/of.purpose is not 'to be ashamed
of what we <.
what wea-re/ii.'
.   At. the meeting .called at -Ym.ir
to discuss the''circulars.sent' out
by -the 'Pi'pviiieial  Mining   Asso
^ciation itr was-'deci.d-e.d. totake no
action until so.inethimr uiore   de-
' Unite" was known 'of
and'fin l'posi'S oft lie
the1 objects'
There as -a'
Mexican     coin,
which    is   beiny
some for its face,
less  'thai*',   fifty,
dollar. '       •
large •ipiantity/bf
in   circulation,
jut  it
":d- upon.
is w.orth
oii     the
Btfort: ^: Voed^ PhoBtfhoflina;
The Great English Bernedy. :
Sold and recommended by all ;
druggist* in Canada. Only reli-.
able medicine discovered;  Six:
_ _ _      •packages guaranteed to ctire allj
forms of Serual :Weaknes3, all effects of abuse;
or excess, Mental Worry, Excessive use of To-
Daooo, Opium or Stimulants. Mailed on receipt |
of price, one paok»ife Si, six, $5.  One will please, '
six v>(U curt.   Pamphlets free to any address.
Th« IVovd Company, Windsor, Ont.
'sold ljy--'A.'. W. ,'fjloiisdell. .n'riigg'-^y.'
of.■'(.■hurauter liiid ; gxwd rcpuiatum- 'in
cadi stale (one in this county required'!
to represent and advertise old i:si;ub-
li-clu-d wealthy busin'o.ssjioiiso 'of solid
tlnaneia!'■' stiliiiling". Suliiry,.' ^l.Oii
weekly with oxpenses additioinil. all
payable in cash direct tiacli Wi'ilnes-
ilay from head'otticen. lloi'se and
ciirriiiffe ■.furnished when neci:ssary.
Iteferences. Enclose self-uddre'sseil
«nvelgpci.--. Colonial Co.. :\M Dearlinrti
.St.. Chicufrri, ..-. - ''       ,,
lumbiii-'a't.its'iio.vi Session for nil Act. to iiiupi'.
por;itvi ■:tlH*;',:LIC(ioteuiiy.' Gaiilioo ;iiiiil/./iJaui!li:
liftlliviiy.Coiiiiiiiiiy'.'io'VoiiHti'uet.iiiiil.oporiil'o /ii
lliii-/or.iRaii\viiyi'6i'i.tie;eiirryiiiif' bf/frelglii niid
passV-nirei's:„; /Coii'iiiiiSiicliiK,in; ii' poliit .on; iiic
ol OoM'iii In the-.lJi'oyliii:e,.ol'.Ili'itlsli Coliiiiiiii-i,
:liifini.-.- N'orilrfWosiprly.foliowliijf llioiiour.s« rir.
:trietf *.iliii'ilJKi iiiiel Ciiiioi; Rivers to ii'/poliit. in or;
iifeii- U'i*li:;:fiiuiiO.C:u':lii!.;'l.ll-jii'e^
Jfiillow.Ins Uio eoiii-si- of llni/.Pi'irspi'l-.HIvor'; io ;ii
lipiiirviit.'piv iii'iir; OiS66iiie...;ee)rtiiBO,; Lli'iiii'iM';
■Wosioriy/I'pnpu'life tliii lio.iirsej'pr; lliu Neehiifo;
mill Skm'iiii'RivV-i-s iii-'liy-Hlio ■ i ji o.-i t 'u< i i i'v« * I) i iriit'
'rpuiij,' i.u'i'lhlo hi'iito'r -;iil^or"iipui--.Portl.Sinip9.i'iii;;
ivlLliiiiitiibrity to .ronslruptii braneli line to the
Town'(ii"lliiicf;r..'illo. anil otlii'i' liriiiipli, lines. nor.
exe'iiuillii;.:. ril'ty .miles I'lie-ll In li,*iiyl,li. .Also. Id
coilliee-t ivitli :iii;I:;i:iiL4r lnlo/riiiiiiiii}j;iirrtin},'i:-;
iiieiit.s ivilli liny; otiior liiiilivays; situiiie neiir
said proiiosiiilHiiihi'iiy orYiiiy; pari, iliiii-eol';, to
roiJeiive froin utiy'.O.'overiiiiieiit, porsoh pi* Pody
uorpprati'. firiinls or 'lii'iiil, .money'or■/' oilier
asseis iii njil of-coiis.lriiL'tioif nf :siilil liiiilerliil;-
ini,r. ivitlr pnwer to ooiislruct niiii operate*, tele,
graph ami tiileplionu lilies I'or.tlu; pni-poseof its
business anil for tlie public, anil, with power uV
own. use aiul.operai'p water powers convenient
to.tlie.roa'ii l'or .their i'ai!,way iind other purposes
Willi power io own anil opera le .steamships nnil
shippini-' aiiel biiilil aiiel erect the lieuessiiry
w.lni rves a nil with siieholher powers iinil privileges as/.are. n:sii:ill.V; liiveii lo "Hallway Coin-;
panics.- ,      ' A   ;   ' '      A ,/ .';■'.      " '"•
"Dateil at tfort Steele lliis HIlIi ilny of October
IPO:!. -• .'.'    ..' "..''//.   /    .;' ...-:.: "/. .•'"'"',.'<■ ■■,  ;-,.
;-i:l      ;'     './■-/    I-l,^it\'i:V. & MeCAK'I'KK,
':".",.''■ ■'"'■' Solii'ile'irs l'lir'Applieanls.
. A.,...:.':;. r, NOTICE.-' ;:.A/A- ..
Xo;riiSi-:::'-'riie ili-iiisli Cohi'iiiliin'-So'uiht'ni
: liiiil way .t'nnipaiiy. will'apply to lliu/l'iirliiiiiieni.
of Ciniiiiln'.'ii iis nexl session l'or ihe'pn.s-iiiiA.ol"
an iici ft.vle'niliiier llie,'; Iiniij tor'foiniiieueeiiieiiI'-
.-i iiiJH-o'iiiploliiiiiiif tlio niiliviiy.ivliii-li ivii's iiii-.
Ihprize'il by ihe Am ni''1'uiiliime'nt 'of C'iiiiinla,
fe-OU'Vicioriii:/Cliaplerfir*', tei/coiisiiiiei.ai'iinii'e
iiiitl"o'p.tii*sii«'i bo'rweoii.'::ip']>bIiii'bii""'lts^i:ii.liWay-7iit''
.tlieiieiglibprliijoiiof Fori $ieelei'ii iiiiii'; pofiirat.
or iiiiai'Oplelen pntlio C'tiiiiiiliiin Pni'iiii'i-iiiiwn.y
■" Hy Oriler/Ol/.-Tlio lioiird.' /."""' v-V>;- :'"■':<: ■ ;'. ;-•';
'■''/,   ir/CAMPrmijl^OSWAfip/Secieifti'y.
Moil I i-eti 1,: 1 SI h Nov.; 1905".
a K;
'■-/-/".-./';;/'/'.- :'/-"'NOT1CS./a;;a';/./':;.^a/ yXi'
'.Notice - is/iiereliy : irryiin ; iliai:/ 'ili'iriy':/''days'
iil'tiii'iliitewu iiiienil to apply lii ,ilie tloyernor
In Council ai. Ollaiva forapproval of: plans5 for
rmpi'oveiiieiit.s .ini. the Kopleimy.-Hiver iii tiie
CoiiniyofKooieiiay. I.ti'jilsli Coliiinbia. iiiiiier
X'A coiiy/of iJlii'itH iiiiel r.-iipseripiioii %uf Lhe v t»r<«-
'poseil site of sald.riiipi'pvuiheii.is'iiiivu.li.eoii'.ilu'r.'
posiioet/evitli. the Mi ulster ol'. l.Jiiijjii:': AV'oi'ks-at
Ottiiiyii .liiid./In v'llie oillce ;0i"/.ilie'''lie«istriir.<il'.
Detiils l'6'r-uie C'o'uni.y. .of' ICbot i-iiiiy 'Vit. -Neisiin,
'British-Columbia:;/?'/A/"/^^ .'.
; 'I'he' Oriiiv's.'jSfftHl'. lJass;f.iiiiiljer i,'.oiiii>iiiiy,iijiii:;
;:.:.-• bii'i.ft(l;iiV|:N'iri. Sieel'*/'.-._l/tiiiii'ir>*;,';S4e'i::»i.ritoeirut;"
., ■:;  NOTICE.    ",.
'NOTi.O'j ,is lii'i-'.'.iiy iriven thaf thirty'lay*-
liter date', we. the' iiiii.lei-.iijiie'l Intend lo apply
lo the -Assimiint. 'Ooiiiinis^loiii'i'-i'f -IjiiiK^ ini'l
Works for the District'of Kasl Ivooti'iiiiy. niiil
llie- (^liief Commissioner of.I.aii'ls nnil.Woi-l^
foi' liceiises lojiro.Npi'et: fin- coul on the follow-
ini*.ile.-si.:i-iln-(iiainl-i si,tu;it:e on llie iK'Mh side p
l.lii:l'''liitheii.il liver, nliiilii' tivn  i'liiliis  n'iii;tli   ul'
Ihc   I'inehcr . cn-i-l;    trii'll.'niiiJii.i. 1: two,miles.
cast nl llie easl ' l>oiinibii-y line of the C'a-
viiailiaii rui-ilic niilway 'ki'-i'iiii,. in the soiiilieiisl:
portion of East Kuiileniiy. liritish (.'olninbia. ',,
,i'•'• I. Coiiiiiiciiclli',' at a piistiil'iiiil. iiiheteeii.iiiiles
oil si ui' iiie: l.iJwn nf Mprrissey, .beliiK -1.11 e:. lion li
east corner post adjacent to the south west corner post ill' J'el.er I,, l.eveiniers I'lii.i/ni. llieuec
north i?0 chains, thenee west SO"ebiiiii'ni-'llienci;
south'.SO, chains, tUeiice. oitst'SloUaiu*-, iri ill...
pluce o'f,bi.'gliinliig; ciiiiininiiig mOu'cres.y
Unied tJils.Srd ilny of oe<:oinlwr,';.i'.-iiw..''
;.,' /  ;   -A .-•..' OLE. L. :HOPFv,I^pcaioi-.,:   '■.'..;■.:":.
,   "'        .    ',.i,..»,'A. liAOKKTT, Aueni;' / ■', ■{.-.,■ y
:i C'oiii'iiiciielnH/ul. a, post a bout sixi.ei-ii/niiles;
east Of tlie town of .Morrissey. beinef i In; .sniiih
weKt cornei'"post adjacent to till: south easl corner of Wil! in in lioe'lholiei'.cliiiui, llieiie'c; south
SO chains, tlii'iiee'ciisl Ho elniins, llience upi'tli
HO I'.hiLins.'thenee ivesl 80 chains; lo I he place'of
bi1'11 u iii nt,'. ei m in I ni nt*(110 acres. "•   - ■     ' ;i. :'•-'-:■'■
-,'1-. ./' 0.-';'.''.isi^-ftii-AifiS'j-iY.i.iiciiii'ir.1-'-'
,..', ... , ■''',..,. -,A A.. IIAlMCI'l'I'T, A'liit.iil, :.'
it. ('Niniiiienciiiy al ii pnsi about sixleei| Iniles
easl. oft Ire (own of .Miurlsscy, be'lnK (.,li.e,.soni li
ciisl curlier pi'ist •.iiljiiccnl'tp.llic lio'rihw'esl cor ..
iici'oi'/,.- I''. hlcAriiieys ,chiliii,,.lheiii*e,,u'oi-1lli sii'
chains, thence ,wesl SII chains,.' ({ic'ni*y.,<piit!li SO
clialns.,iliciice easl socciialiis lii lilt- place of lie-
j.'InninK'.'ciiiilaiiiiii';' lilo/aercs. ; ,'' y...-. - ,-•.»
,-/A .'-".'.'■" 'Williiini iiocthclicr.' Locator. '-,",..
■;''.'.■'.-■'.■■•'■' .-;.;-'--" A. llacki'tt.'AKi'itt.- !';;. iV:/; :/-
-•!."•■ (.'oninieni'iiiH at a piisi a'lioiu sixteen iniles
easl of the/toivii of .Mp'h'isse.v;' lioini; the; noi-lli
eiist corner,adjaceht to llie south ,west corner
of:. Wil lin in Scliliclv'.s elaiiii.; Ihenee,.soil Ih 'tj<»
chains, tlieiice.ii'esl.. a).chili lis, ill ence! iioi'lh SO
"cluiilTSTtTlieiiei' iniT^WITnriilns'To'nurrniiiiTnTr'liinr'
liihninK-.i'ViiilaiiiiiiK li-io'-'aores.y:.y //A .-':-,.-:' .>
... i-.', ;',;.;,. ■" ''.losepli IO. Stephens, Locator, y ,
.'■/,;;;.. •  :-,y-y ■'■;■.'■'■'':■ ' A.' Hiiekeli;.:-.'.\'(,'«iit.   " >   ;. ■
' 5, SConiineneiiii,' iit.iiliostiiliiiut, :ji.:niiles,eiisl.
of the town of Morrissey..;l)ciiiK':.tlie.';-*loiilli.:,'eiist''
corner .|ios|. of;AMary/A.-Miiliers claim', Ihenee
south .spelia ins. iiiciiei: wesi'so chain's,' theiiee
linrth SO cliiii lis;;: I hence .'eiist'^SO.chai us. ,ip ihe.
place, of he},'i niliiii,' coil lii ih iiifj-i; l"4 'iie'ro's'.";. ■'■:■./ ' '..
/■.:y\< /. ? <l,eiirt-e.(;lii-istian   K'pse. .LpciitoiV .'':";•'■',;:.
:'°l,:r;::& ///;^;A;^vA.;iiiicke1'i;;;AKi5iit,v;/;;/?■'£ .-''• :Aa/
ii. CoihiiieiicihK.n'j a.'P.p'sl.:i(l ill lies.easi'iif tlie
toivii of Morrissey beinir:the; sniilh . ensl ciii-i'er
post adjacent to i hi: sputii wesl 'eoriii-r post of,
K l.MVvlls;elaiiii, thence north So <• leiius. tlieiice
,west SO ehiiins. ilieiie'e south sii/cliiiins.; i.henci.*
eiiSlSO elinliis'io,tiii:': pliieii*j|of !liojsiiiriilif-'i-t:bn-
tliiiiili'jr rt-IO nores.'-.'::'■ i-"V-',::'- i'XX.-'i.yy ...-,A. ...A,.:;.
■ : ] A ■ , /;'.','.-';■ ,, I*;..H.;Campbell. ISoeiiCoi*;'V;
:,,:>/.:.;;;--" yyy:y,:y yfyyX'y'A:nnckuiX.Ai!Ci\i.':'::,
X'7... .Cfiiiiniiiiieiii^iiU. ii post/ill M.li tiH iii iie
of the iowii'.of..M'ori*iss.i!,v",/l)eiii^
e.-oi'iie;r:;post..iuljiieent trilhe, soiitli eiisteoi'iier
posl. of l'"..li.Canipbellseiiiiin. ;;,i hence i.ioi'l.li tii)
eliiiinsf.iiieiiceeiist sil chili iis. tlieiice/Si>nili'S,0
cliaiiis..llieiii'L* ivesi>0 I'haiiisio.ihe |il:iee (il'be-,,
lifiiiiiinif! eo'ilainiiit'/iuilnereiLjAyi-iXXX:":::1':":
■-A~.:-:A, .;,:■" .:/'; ::;k.: IM^oils: .;l.oeatoi'.: .'■■.'.';;,
-:XX:;> 'A A /" -:';'-/;:.;>TASi.laei;eU.> "i\ii'<\iil:-;-''"y«
' 'fi. ■CciiiiineiieiiiK- nl a post'nijpii|;li);iniles east
, (IMIIM   I.', j
;       i'i:iri'i|.'.ii:A'i'i::iir:iMi'iiiivi-:\ii.:.\"i s.
.'.:'■.   ,.A "•■':.. ../,/NOTICE.,..';. ',/
/.Julian.   I lillsiiU:.   Jackson   ;ui<l/.i\ linn
', Mil n-r'ii 1 .(.•hiiiiisi)'  ' ;'   ... ,.:,
nele Nliii'initi'iU isjpn of
"S.itiinli! in tlif.J''iirt'Sli-
Kasl K'ooieiin.v liisl.i-.iei...'    '. ■ ' '..
" Where   loeni.cei:    I in'I lie   \Vesi.   I''in-k   of Si. -.'.;
Miiry's- Kiver,   inl.ioiiiine    111''-' ;.:<lri.*iif   riiinc".
Mineral Cliiiiii,; ; ,-,:...''•;-...: .,..':. 'A...'.'.,.".;,..!.',".'.,..,'
i.- .'riil;e.;noiii.|.' I liar,.;,: J.ohn Me|,:uchie, of i.hj'>.
i.'il.y 'of  NclS'iii.' .iie till if,' a-s nkeiit, lor-Joseph i I..*
d'ii.ts(i:.0i'.".  iiiieinl. 'sixly  ilays; I'roiii' tlie' dale .
iioruof,  lo apply  lo the   Mining  lie'iorder foi-
Certllleaie.^ oi' Iiiiprovenieius. for ilicfipurpose'' ;
of   oliUiliiiiif',a Oi-pivn/Ortiiiis ol   the  above'
'i.'liiliiis'. ."''■■/,,„',-   .   "y< ■■:..!'., ■...   ',  ."■;'-.-.;  ...-.-'...".-..
:; And furl her I alio  noliee.ihi.i  ii(;iiori.  ynde'r /
seelloii :ir, linisi lii'.U-oiniiieiicj.-ilJiefoi'i* the Issu-".'.
■iiice o'f .stieli Cei'liiieiites 01' Iiiiprpi't-uieiils......'
iiiileil ibis llll ilny of Oi'loberV.A.lJ...|UlJi.
„i-;-'-"-..'■'-'.-   -,''"•       ";./ ioiiN' MeLA'i'ciiii-:;  a
:'';,;,:'/': (i-"<>11m':i*.) ,
i'Kii'i'i ni:.i'i'|.'.,ni'; i .\i em.!vi:,MHN'i's'.
iiid; •.•Miii'd/
;l 'luiliisl n
''Division ol'.
':-,;:A:;'." :"./!"-    NOTICE.Xj.
'.'(.!(>|ij>i.'i* Iv/iii"'". ,"'• I'jii'..Viilii'
./•''-,. of I In*. -Mounl.;ifins,'3 .iliiii'ral
■; Silli'iiK: In On: l-'oi-i' Si<*i'*li*;'iMiiiliiH
Kiist Koolenay' lli^ii-iei;   .,;   ;:'.;■■ , '' ';
Whiire.loe'aledj'.-.li.ii l^ost.Creelc iiiljoiiiinj.' ilie
.'"Silver i,hieei!',' ini nei- nl, elal ni.'.- A;  /;;::;. ^.;;;:;,;/
./I'AKK-.NOTKii':,;!!!!!! ]('./llowarilAV.'Kpss.'i'A
Al.. C:. No:;.::liiio:tS:;/:" iitreni, I'iir .li'iliii./Swenseii.';.
I'". M-., <;.. iVii. "Iliili.'lo.'l". iiiieiol. sixty dnys I'roiii/
llie ila I'd hoi-eel'.io apply Ibllie'Miiilns'/Ke.eoi-i:-
"iJi'?..,roi-"-.ii'.-CiL,!.rlifl<,i!li/.iir.l.i'iii-irii'vuiii'L-i'i'ts', riiiV-.l.l.t'r'..
piirpose.,ii'l\;()hfaiiUintri,;Oi!pwii Cl ni .ills' "-/of .ilii:;-
mitiis-r-....;";" .''■:,:',".■',■: ■   "rr;-^"";:'";—r-?""-'-"-"-".-'-;;   "-"
And /furllier. Iiilie*. ni'iliee   liiiit, iiel'ioii; uiiiler;
'seelloii X7. inusi. bi* ('O|iiinoiieed • before-; thi: is-.;
siiiinee ol"sucli'Cei'li,ili
,!;i:inleil,J.h'is:Ji!ili iliiy..;
XXu^X-Xy '■■;: A--.
;ite of Iinproyeineiits
:-'i\r i ,n .Kii al. ai, kiv;;i sw;
.■.:-:,-...'.'''-.'.J.''iiltM  l',.V, fA'.V':;
' .!?■■,
C'KU'I'I KIl'.lAlr.K'-.o'l-li I .11 I'ililV li.1l MNT'S';.
/./i;"//- ."Kiwra'yiiis; .'"-v-..: /;vA;l.-"",-,;"
- :     ■*■'■■ :-'"sr*.
|L,S. |/,.,;"..U I:"..S'lli O   .IOI^"...liK.,i.OTIUNIKUI-:
'■'  .,-'■'■.■ ';, .CANADA.,/- .... ...'.-■.
/ .iViovixci.;' oi'" liKiTisir coiiUMiiiA.
KJiWAKU' \'1I..   by. llie  Ortice  of CIPiL-of ihe
: fjniieil ICins-'iloin of Ore*nt llriltiin inul   li'e-
.'     liinil anil ni' the , British   Dominions, beyond
A   the Sea's. Kino'. Defender of the Knilh', etc..
" etc. etc.  ■■ .■ ; '--, ■ ,' ■■' ■■-..'.
'I'n Our faiilifnitlie iMenibers elected  lo  serve
, in   the .LeKisliilive  Assembly of Ourl'ro-
-'     vinee. nf dlrilisii  Columbia,  at ou'rCityof
■Vif'tOfill-.—OllK'KTISfl. -..-'.
Iiivei'side Avoriuc, , ;-..
....;. |eo,-t,. Steele,-.
GONTRftGTOR   avnd
'■i: ' '.     .,-.':.,.: ■ ■   . .;,   -. ■■'.:■   ■
- ':■'■ PORaVi'STBEtE/VR.^.ei;:.-;'':'''-
WHKItKAS We* are
desirous and re-
: solved.' iis   soon
PECTOR      llPXt,
week-—nor fluny
It' Mr. Lowery takes advan-
luge ql the advm-tising' the
postal'- ''aiit'-hbrities'- iiavc ifiven
his claiiii. liy-i'ofusin.i.'" its trans-
iniss'i'jn through ilift mails, hf-
-will make a oiir t.hi'ug out.'of/it.
.   Not
of    llil_
livi-s'for tliiMiisclvi*'
to tlio'woi I'll l"i* of t
iiu<.';   wnrl.hy   of   llu* iiaiin*
ipinos's.   lias over ijoo.u tho
those   who   only
' ;, all' olili vious
ioir fellows.
Judging from, tho, ,/reporls ,of
the weather iprophots, tho <'<)iii-
ing summer will he warmer than
the past winter.
Some   .moil
some,    achieve
are    horn    great,
greii tiiess,    and
soin*! just have ihc hig head:
The. mini .with a swelled, head
does not. .sutler :is niuoh as those
who are-compelled to associate
with hijiiL
Dou't miss reading THE Pros-
' Publio inlei'Ost in llu*
proaching cnnvciii ion al Vic
for the formation ol" a I'rov'iiicia I
Mining Association is rapidly
II. A. M.ll.'I.KAN,
Deputy Aiiorncy-
Ueneral. _ .   	
us limy he.-to meet Our people of Our lfrpvlnce
of liriiish Oolunibiii. nnd to liai'ii their advice
In Our Legislature:  . -. ..   '
NOW KNOW VR. that for divers causes and
I'onsleleriitions. iind taking into consideration
the ease and convenience of Our loving subjects
U'e have thouuht lit. by and Willi the nilvlee of
Our Kxeeuiive L'oiineil, lo hereby convoke, nnd
iiv'lhese presents enjoin you. and each of you.
Hint on Thursday tlie iwelftli day ofMureh.
nui: tlioiisiini! nine Inindretl itinl three, you
meet l"s 111 Our said Letfisliuiire or Parlluiiieiit
ni Our said l'l-uvinee. nl Our Olty of Victoria.
l.'Oli 'I'lllO Dl.-il'ATCll' OF llUSINIiSS. lo
iii.'iii, elo. act ami conclude, upon those things
wllleh'inOui- LeL,'isbiture of the Province of
liritish Columbia, by Ihe Common Counell of
Oui'siiid I'roi'inei: may. ny .thi: fnyor of fioil.
he ordained. . .       '    '
IN  TliSTIMONV   Wlllilili'll'.    We   llllV.o   eilllSeil
• tin -si- Our   Letlers  to  be made, fii'ii-m itu.l
lin- < liviii. Seal iifl'iiir said   Crovinee  m   be
"   helelllilu alllxedi,'
'      Wi'I'NIiSS. the ilolinulalile Sli-flUNIO  lius-
'I'AVI-: ..li'll.v" III-.      Lli'l'IIINIKIIK',     K'.I'.M.O.,
Lieulemiiii-i iiivi'i nor of Our said I'rovlnei-
of liritish Columbia, at liur < iovernineiit
I louse.- In < mi- < "1 iv Of Victoria, In i lur , said
<i I'roiliiiM-, Inls Iblrleentli day of l-'i.-brunry.
in ihe vein- of Our l.oni one ihoiisninl
nine bnii'dn-d and- I hive, nnd In the I lili-d
V.-ni- "f i mi Helen.   '
'Q. P. NlGlIOLSON; v ;
••■■!       "-.. I !K'i'Ku.i(Oi(ouoii.'/f!.' (.:...
(Licensed liy I'l'oviiieinl llovernmeiil,.)
Gold and silver...   .'........-'... *2.00
Silver/anil loud . . .....,,.». . ...-;:..   2.00
Gold, .silver and Coppi*!*... . . .-.    .'(.00
(fo'li'l. sjilver.leitd and copper..   1.00
Siinijilc.s  left:-.witli. (..'arlin it Durii;
will receive prompt iiLtenlion.
Ill' I 'OIllMMtllll.
Ui null/   I
lOLL l.'IAHH i-:
'fia'iiieial Serrvla i Q.
'I'n Ice- n
•imi I In'
f I .iii i.'Is
illi-e ll
.int.- hi
II lull W
I, I Ini'-ijiil to apply ihli'ty ilny;
nil io Ihe i 'hlef Commlsslciiei-
I -Its, for ii special llc'-nse lo it'll
ill, llo- follcni'lliu   de-
Ill *Soulhenst K'oole-
All llie mining camps in the
ICootenay are lii." favor of protecting Ihe silver-load industry
by a strong proU'Ctivo tarill".
:i ii. 1 ca'fl-.v aivay tinibei I r
.ii'i'ilioil iraei -il Imiil lyim
i.ny liis.u-ii-1.
(.'■■iniiieiie.liiK til ih'' noilh ivst corner of Lot,
■\'ii. ■•:l.".V:", (.Ii-oii'p I:  l.benei- south   HKi chains:
ilieiii-e.eiisi Hi chnins:   llience norlli HKI ch.n ins:
Mieiicc west lu chains to the place of tie^iniiini*
D.iieiJ Oih 1,'ebi imiy. WD'i. 0
"S"«*ti»-.  allenl.ion    jh   enlli'd    Ui     |,ln*
"I 'ii (:r I,ini!I.i'd" trains of llie   "Mil--
waulcee ."v. SI, I'aiil Kailiviiy." '"rjii; only
pert'eel. I.ruins in the world.-'
Yon will Iind il. desiriilili: in ridt.* on
those trains when yoiiin; l.o anv point in
l.lie Ka.stc.ri! Sln.l.es or Camilla. They
'connect ivilli all 'rranHconl.ine.ntjil
Trains   and   all   Ticket.    Agents    sell
Km* further infnrniation, painplilels,
iiie. ask' any Ticket. Agent or
l-;: Ij. Komi,    ■■ ., ■ ti. s, itoWK.
I'as.'.  Ayenl, . (ieiicral Agent.
of tht.i'ilo'ivii of iMoi-i-isSey. bein^.the/souilreasl
coruer :ii.ljiieeiil,;i:o.,iliei;iiiii'tli east coi'ii'er/ol'. O.C..
Doiapsuys cl.iiiin, llience. north SO.chaiiis. tlieiice
ivestsu,eluiilis,''thenee"soilHivSO chiiin.s.,t/Llioiiec-
isusL "So iVliniii'sJiiS tiie pUice of De-riiiiiiiiAcoiiiaiii
llli! 0411 aio'l's...  . ; ;,.A ., ;-;   ,; ..^ ,;.,.,;,..(....,-.,, ■,---,; /yy, .
AA' .A;;/ a i-...;?.,- ';'A%;. A (.'liases; Cliit'i*',-'- Liiciiliir:A;;
XXX,: A-A../;A'X^Xy.A::il'aeij:ei,i/;A/'j;i;iit;;"/:.;-!--
i;.''J.;,\Ooiini,iiii]ieiii',';iit;ii;po3,t iil>p.iili:-l!)/)niiii>>::ca.sr'
of/llie/toiyii/of iVifjrrissey,/^
eoriier piisCailjaeifii t'^
pfj-it of .)'. ;i*':]:.-Me'Ariiiu'y,rSji!liifi.i'i\/'.l'h^>.iiq^
,SO/cliiiiiis'/ llieiiceeast/Bei/'.c'l^
Mil.cliliiiis.iUie'.i.ii'e iviVs't .-lO/eliiiliis.lo/ Uie.plai'e of
';■'.;        ■'.';•;;. :Xy  Williaiii Sehlick-. Lociitbi-.''','• :'■
..-.;.-. ;'•'.'.-. /'.'■■ ;.:'„• ,-;/;'' /A. UiieU-eit: Aueiil.'^
li).- Cbiiimcnci'ny al a jVost niioiil ai) i'niles easl
of the town <n Morrissey..beiiiL,' tliir.north ii'esi:
Bonier adjacent io tlienorth iyest coriier inis't
of M.lt.   Meiioivans   chiiiii'.   thence  south "SO
chains..; thenee   east SO,chains, llie'iice noftli'sn
ciiiiiiis.   llience.   ii'esi ..SI) cliaiiis to the place nl'
hefjinnliiK-.conliiiiiiii!; IMO acres.,,  A ':..
./'-;' ,/-■' ■.-'■■'•il. I'V-Miteliell, Liieatoiv ''"'-
...'..., A  !y ,.,'-.':,' A. lliieUett. Agent.  , .-'':'
;, It. - .Cbii'inciii'jiiK ill ii postaboiil "JO iii.ileseiis'i
of the town of Morrissey. beiiiK the north oiisi
corner 'post adjacent to lliu noitli u-esi, corner,
post of H.'l-'.MilehellS eliiiiu'. llience,; son III sn'
chains thence west -SO chains, thence-' north Sil
ciiiiiiis. tlieiice-.east SII chajtis lo place »f be^iii-
iiiiia'upiitiiiniii^iuil iieres.  '  •. '.,.,;
'.;;-,' :M.  li.  i\lci/lo\Viin. Locatoi'.;:.
:: ■■■/-.'...,-j.-..I....:.'-        A. Iliiekett^Ayeiit.;.-;-:   .-'
1^. f.'oiiiiiieiicing-iit a: |"ist.;ibout IS iiiileseii.--i
of llie town oi' Morris.-jey. buiu*; llie si'iiilh wesi:
corner postadjiiCent to the south,east corner of
A. D nirks.claiiii; iiieiiee norlli Slieliains ihenee
east 80 cliaiiis, thenee south Ko chains, .tlieiice
west 8U ehainsto place; of be'Kinniiii.'. oonlain-
iiii;,IUII iiei'es.'  '  :»  j ■-. .   . .,'■..:-    :
V-l- M..Uirk-s. Locator/
-, '',.;     ; °A.. Iliiekett, Afient.
;.': III. Coiiniieifeiiig ai a piist.aboiit I. miles easl
of (In-, town of Morrissey beina- the soui.lir-w.esl
corner post; adjacent l.o the south ensl cbi'tioi'
of Willinni Dona hoe's claim- thence* north BU
chains, thence east SO chains, thence south SO
chains, ihenee west SO chain's to the phieeof lic-
--rl nn iii^ conuiinine,-' tuii iieres.. ",-      ■ i.
Sierlin*-' Matthews.  Louiitoiv ,.-'
'...,;•'. A. Iliicketl/ Ajjenl.
« N. l.'oiiiiiieneiiiK at a post about IS iii'iles easi
of the town of Morrissey beiiiiv the sinilli' easl
corner ad jacenl to the iioiih west corner of W.
H. Manns claim, thence n'orth Siichains,' llienci:
wesl 80 chaiiiSt thence, .south,- si) chains, thenee
east ,80 chains to Ihe place'of lic<.'ilining eonr
lilinlnlr il-KI aci-cs.      ■
A  ' D- D- Dirks, 'Locatoi-/ • ,
- , . ■'     A: iliickelt..A';i:nl..
lfi, f/'oinnieiieini; al a ilnsiahoiif JTiiiilcseasi.
of the town of Moi i'issi-ybein*!-, Uie' son III easl
corner post,adjacent In the south wiisL,corner
post of SlerlliiL,' Mnttliewsclaim, tlieiice north sn
ehaiiiH, thenee west. 80 ehiiins.. thence., south sn
idiiiliis. tliem.-e east SO chains lo the place of lie'-,
iflnntiilf eoni.alniiiH-lllil.iiei-eH. •  ' -.'. '<    ■
. Williiiin poipihoe, Localoi-.
A/iliielietl, A|<ein.. '
: 111. OoinmeneiiiK ill a'post ubiii'ii, ill iili|cse'asi
of the town of Morrissey. lieiiiK the north easl
corner post adjacent, l.o tin.' south easl, cnnn-i-
of ileni'ife ('. K'osi'.'s clnini. Ihenee uoii-ii u
chiiiii.- ihcuce wesl, SO ebii Ins. Ihehe.e. soul h s
.clniiiiH, i hence ensl Hn chains lo the' phice of be
itlnnliiH . "..i.iiulni' OlOiie.res.
Miii-y. A.   Miihcr.  l.o(;aioi-.
:   A.' I lackel'l., A|.:ellf.
Dnlcil Ibis third day of December, I1HI-J,        Mi
A^'cihi'V; ••-Areii'i;'-■■■ l/'ra'clvioii;;
;  ;:,;"Sta,nfiiii'il"' -M inci'id;Claims;;;.,;/. ;K
;, Sii ini I e iii ilie li'oi'f.SieiUe'.M iii ilig lii vision iii';
Kii.si;ICobluiiiiy'--|)isirl('i;.;','.';:-/ /- A;/■.;■.■:•":.• ;'.-A;- ,.:'i-"'.,'.-;,.
'AVliere loen led: • -On I lie weSI blink oft he .east ■:
foi'k of Wild ilorseei^ek./ 'X,X;X.']'Xy ,;-';, My -;-:;;.A
;:'- ra kenot ice lliiit/l,:.l.:,A,.;l.lilrvey,l'Yi/i:Il[iile'';s
ensl f Oeri i || ei; I e iCoi'- ••! i. i:!f!()ii!',:'iiijoiii>fo r A lex i'oisou/.
Free-Mincii'sCerliliiiale^Nbr^-ILiiiisi V J Kobori.
l*'oI.-iiiii; I'^'ee/Ailiier/s 'Cleriilli'ate; "sTo.S ;■ tLiVPSM";
Chesieivl'V;While, h'ree/Mliier'-i Ciiriiliijiili-iN'o.:-,',
'Mi.noiriviipe.oii'c.i'iiMJii^ ,•
AduiiiV.isii'ii.ie)r of..:tii(,>>i'-,sliiiii'. of JbhnB0; MiA;
,Neil;  Oooncy.A Kr.iii'; /Miiie,r;s,,c;eim i 11 i-iifeAXei.^/-i
'.;• i *.i)"2£<o-t: • ■ ij •' •■•"•'■J.oi-i .< *■ ifVir: ^.:." i*^ 1 in i* i ■«i'y-/? v:.i.*; xeitii to r'.-_*-
of lhe:";ICsiiiie ofL;\i;«Dui-yeii KliiloiidoVf.v; l-'ree,/
tsriirtli/.Siiir 'Mininii' f/iiiiijiiin V/'Liiiiiteil;: t'',i'ciA/
iaysfroni thiAliilii/lieri'Oj/Jo;ap*jly/lii./the>Miu--:i
iiil» RefibnleriVii'il IJeriilli'iiieTi'/ltiiprbVeiiien is •;-,;; ,
for ihe jm 1'iiose.of ri Ida iiii n^Ci'iiiimApniiii.s/oi'A;.,'
. Aiicl fivrilier liikeii/noiice.it 11.-i'i/;':'i<;ii<iii, .iiiuli'i-/". '
iiiAMIiVil'Vhiv; ;/-.;;:
ii !«-;-
,;ani'l :
ill of
-://;A M/IN10 RA L>\0T.
i:i-:11*i-1 (-'i<:■ A'i'i-i b> i..\ii'nu\y.i.Mi-:.s';rs-.:
.''--//''-NOTICE.'///;;; X'yX'
jioiii-ors- l>i'i*a'iii';; ^/dld./Aliij."'.
•'■■':''.-   :-! Jen ,r):or'' a!iiiOi-ul CliiimS. ;
■.-.:   .--.,-    ,       ,,    '■     -    '   ■' -       - "■- - : <)-■- ■
.-..SitUiile iii the l'"or.t Sleeli: Minine,' I'iivisi'i
i'last K'ooteimy District."."'-;. ./.;'.-.,   ■■   '',..■    "'•■;.- l:
Where i'oeatcd:—On WeiiVeSrl'feeli;, ■;/■;.,»!.iA
Take notice thai"1. .lii.iiii'-s"''A:■•|-lrtfYt(y.,-..ir:-"'Al'.t*'-:-
N'o. ■'■'•-| i.-i:wuir|: iic.tinK; iis ''lijSni.V for .lo'h iii.'. O.reoii
F.M.O. >Jo. ■i'ln/illKltir;.;'.); Slia wl'arke.i'.   I:'.m/0,:
Nei:''"li.liiWlH';,.lbSe|>'h Il./ljiiiilhiw;' 'i'^ilf.G.:-iVo!
.;'l.(.-i:irii-y,".    ciranKe/ 'S./': 1^'rizzeiL/ l:\iM.C:/'Xo.
;.'U.liirjrti"'iind. Ined l>. ..NOrliiiry.; l-'ree  Miiier's
Certiliciite  No.  ■■|l.i:yilS'",  Intend, sixty   ilnys'-.
fi-oin  the'/date  hereibf.  lo ,iipp|y lo,ilie Aliiiiiij,'-
Ke.coreler for a Cerii lien l.o of linproveineints..for:
lhe:.|iiirpose of obliiiniiiK a.Orou'n (Iriinl   of the :,
above claims.   ;' ;''"   /'■'./;'    ' A A •;   i'l'-rX;--.
■■   A lid riii'.t.lier.tii'kel not ice.' that- action.,, under;',
seel bin liT.'iniist lie com ineiieeil before l.he'isSu-:
aiiceol' siieb Oerlilieale of I iiiprovemeiitS.' .'-.'■"■:-_•■''■'
I.).iit.i.'i.j'-Uii»iltii ilnyof (ietiiiiei-; 10K.; A--■■;->'A.',
•ir.-    :y •■•-■■:-■■■■      .    'A.; j; x..\lk\iYKY..X
,;•■■   i'ViiiM J'".
(:|..'ni'i|.'ii:.vri.*. nt' i.mi'iiovi'.mun'i's.
Dodo" iinil ;'l
' Sitilale in (hi-
IO.iisI K'oideiiay District.
Where loeaicd:. -Al the I
nnil'Wild* Moi'si*. Creel;.
'I'aUe iiolice thill I. .lanie.-
NTo. "Il.iiiour' lieiiiij.' I'o'i- mv
'I'hoinas; 'SlilViiiid..' KM.'..'.
Ileiiry !•"'. Collet I, l-'i'i-e Mini'i'
xeyslonc l|,rael.ioii
ei'iil (.'laiiiis.;'_.'*■'"'•''
l'"orl Stceh'MinInji Division
•ad   of  Itiill   Kiver
\. Harvey. I-'. M.C,
elf ami iis.-itfeni for"
N/o.    v-i'-llli,""    nnd
Ceriillciilu, N(i.
; iNiri'lOl
(Inlo. I ini
sionei- of
Neat door
Strictly First Glass.
to'tht Peospeclar.
"U.iUliJii"'.' intend,  sixty .iliiy/s   I'rbni   the   dale
hereof, lo apply to the MiliiiiiiUeeorderfor 'a
Cert i ilea le of I uiiovemonls, foftbe   j.urpose  of
blitaiuiuii a Crown (.Irani of the above claims.
. And   further  take   notice   ihal action, under
Seetioii :li'; must, lie commenced before .Ihe issii- ,
liiu-e of such '1,'oi'lifleii'ie of I miirovenn.-iils.
Dated l.bisi'.th (iiiy'of Oclobur. IIUW. .'■'
-HI . J,,i HAliVKY..
"r~       .,, „■   '..';'  NOTICE. " "
is liereby j;iveu   llinl   lib days  iifle'r
ind lo apply to, die   Chief  Coiinnis-
Liiinls   iind 'Works 'il I. Victoria.'for
i lo   purchiise   ihe   folloivin-i   In mis'
siiiiale.il In Soulli Masl■' lOioloiniy. ■ '
Coiniiieuchi«!il a post phinied 01 ..llie  Soiilh
Kas.t coi-ner of   C.   I'...  Lu.inl's .pin-ehiisi:   iicar, '
Ward nei-; It. C.. Ihonoc siini b sn cliaiiis, J hence
easl -III i-liiilns inure oi'.less to llie wesl bank of
the K'oolciiiiy Kiver. Ihenee up the said KoOle
.my l.'.ivor lo ibesonib Hneol'.l. K. I lumjih i-cys
...rcbase. or South, Wardner.   thence  wesl ■ 10
■ lei'lns iiioi'i.' oi' less lo the place of   bea;iniiiiii-.
(•"I." 101»., IU N MOUI'L
lillled November Mil,  11111:1.        , ': III
'..   .NOTICE.      .    . ,:
'I'blily days after date   I   intend   to .-.pply   io
the (.Mil i'I' i 'oiiiinissionei Of .'.Lauds  and   Works
rorii'll year linilicr lease of  I he   lolloivinu   described.lands silitiilcd in Ihc Soiitlieru Division
of Hast leeoloiiii v I ilsii ici.,   (•oniineueuie, n t  a'
posl pliiulcd nn   tin* '-astern   boundary of   Lot
Will, t hree foiirllis of :.' niile soutli "I where said
boundary   riiuiilni:.  tt'oiih   Mi'sl   er(issi;s   Sand
eieelt.   thence   'Jill   ehiiins'. north,   tlieiice'    *Jiio
chnins ensl, thence -lo elialns .south. I hmice •jnn
chains west lo poini,of lieniuiiiui.:.   ■    ,
Diiled Ihia'j'.'tid day of Det'ember. KKt*.   •
' 1 ANDREW J. DEVLIN THK PROSJ'E'JTOK,   KJIIT  STKKM3    15.  ('.,   KlOimiW liY  Iim;  ^Dhi? ij^tf^pectoir  dATunDAy. i''i<:iii:r.\m- -z\. vm:\  Provincial   Mining Association.  ��� ->  ���  Victoria    Delegates   Have   Been  Limited to Twenty.  -Auxil-  ���   iary Associations.  immense  Its Object.���The Common Good.  Tho following letter, i-p.-lhe  Pi'ovinciiil MinitiirT Association  is .sell'explanatory:  Victoria,- Fob. 1 J, Hio;..  Thk PiiosjjKC'roi,  11 will purhaps inlorosl you to  loam Iinil 1 lie movement to or-  i^uii/.e a Provincial Mining- Association is niiMitiuo' with .uroii'  success and llial local or<;:iimn-  tiou has boon effect <���< I in Iho following places todatc:  fievelslolce. Nicola Lake. Lil-  loocl, (Jlinlon. llorsnlly, Keifh-  luy. h'prl Steele, Tcx-adii. Ash-  crol'l Lao ' la llachc. ' Mullion,  Quesnel Lake, Mai*]iei*s' Cam p.  Aspen drove, Camp ..\lcl\innoy.  Oowichan.      l."i(J  Mile,    Quesnel  ��� li'iiel.-u-e*-!.!-! ii L-li  ���-__ -  --��� ��� i   .^.............-.��� , a-��� .   Others are organizing", but in  oiio or two places the clf'ovt lias  been  criticized on   Iho  grounds  opportunitu  For Getting a Beautiful Watch  and Chain Free.���No Money  Required.���Every Man, Woman, Boy or Girl has the  same Opportunity under our  System  *X**XX'XXX%*X***#****.tt$&  Headauarters   for   Mining   and   Commercial   IVIen  The  that the aims and objects of tbe  Association are selfish. This  criticism is the result entirely of  ignorance, for, as :i niuller ol  fact, the objecis of the Association, have not yet been slated,  and if w.ill remain with   the. Con -  , vention lo outline a policy and  determine upon what stops will  ho ,taken to endeavor to brine;  about; an 'improvement in conditions and promote the welfare  of ,tho mining , industry of the  Province, lu fact, all "that ihe  present    Provisional1   Executive  -��� Committee is attempting to do is  j L *-a��    tr/  to bring together  a   represeuta  . tive. body of men--chielly pracli-  1 cal  .miners���to    discuss, among  themselves   the  requirements oh  the mining industry!  At a'meeting of the Committee  lasi.weelc it occurred "to them  as  Victoria has taken the matter up  so, enthusiastically   ;uid   has on.  rolled so large a number of members' if tli i.s city 'appointed   dele-1  gat es, accord ing  lo   the  number  of  iis   membership  roll it might  be able to dominate the meeting;  consequently.- a.  resolution was  , passed   limiting  the number   of  delegates to the convention from  Victoria and Vancouver to 20 respectively.    That is an excellent  motto  '  "In     union     there     i.-  strongth." and  will   you   inform  your readers that this  is   really  tho  whole  idea  of  the scheme.  Let us all unite together for  the  common good.  In order to have J)i*. Ariiold's fciiulish  Toxin Pills planed in ihu hands of ull  person--. suHei-injj- from Ijad health we  mulct- l.he foi low in* most, liberal offer: -,  If you will mukI us your name and iid-  dress and :i(ii-oe lo soil lor Us l.welve  boxes of Dr. Arnold".-, Knolish Toxin  I'illi-sit L'-V. per liox, we will ��� ���ivc von  AliSOLUTKLY     KKMIO     A       lll-".U'TI!*'ui.  watch A.yn chain in either Ladies  or Cents si/.e. or yourVlioioe of twenty  oilier premiums Mich a*, tine; .sets of  .li'wiilrv. I{iii��s. Violins, .Mandolins.  Ten Sots. Sateen Skirt's. Cameras. i;tc.  Kemeinlier ive don't want anv  .MONHY' itnlil after you soil tliel'ills  and you don't have to sell any moro  lhail 1:2 boxes lo ��i't the 'pri'miuii**,.  This is a bona lido oiler from a reliable  concern that has j*iven thousands o  dollars worth of premiums toajivnts all  over the country. 'Remember also that  Dr. Arnold's Knu-lUh Toxin Tills area  well known remedy lor all   diseases  ot  Ll lm l.-i.ln,.,'.���^., ,wl l,l...l,1rt..J���M..: , i. *.���  disease. diabetes, rheum..-.ism. nervous  troubles,   and   loinale  coiiijihiints.  and  are for sale by all first  elass  druy^ists  and dealers in medicines in all parts ot  the world. Vou have only to show them  to  sell   t.hem.      Vou  are.   not   oft'eriiiff  .somethiiif* that the people don't, know.  Our ual(dies are the   regular  staudani  size   for ' Ladies   and    fJontleinen     in  ���Nickel or ("tun Metal Cases with   handsome   illuminated   dials' and    reliable  lime-keepers, watches such as no   lady  or yenilonian necd.be ashamed toearr'v  and tlioy wil! be   sent   absolutely   Free  lo  all   who  sell   only   twelve   boxes of  those wonderful Toxin Pills.    Write at  once and be the first iu youi locality to  Kof one nf those beautiful watches and  chain.     As .soon   as, ivc  receive  your  lel.ler  or   post  card   we   will send' vou  post, paid twelve boxes,   ton-ether   with  our Illustrated   Catalogue  and   beautifully colored card with your name  and  address  on   as'our  authorized   ayenl.  Hear in mind that you will not  be asked to sell any more than VI   boxes  and  we Won't   want   anv   mo.vhy   until  alter you havo sold Iheni.     We bear all  the expense and are only   malciii;*   this  liberal otter as a moihoif <jf advertising  l')r. 'Arnold's    Kiiiilish     Toxin     Tills!  Don't delay, write at once  and   earn   a  beautiful    |)rosent.     tor    your.solf    tor  ('hristnias.        ,  Address   ARNOLD   MEDICINE '-'CO.,  Dept.  & 132  ."id Adfdaide Si. Kast. Toronto. Ont.  Hotel  All  Large  Modern     Conveniences  FORT    STEELE,   B.   C.  Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.  33  ^^--SN^sf^ssf^iJf-rJf "J?*^*  NOTICE.  T.MvH Notick (hut (to lines ill Lid" itiilr I. M.  Limit will ii|ipl.v lo till! Cliicl (.'oniinisshnicr or  Lnnds niiil Works foi- |>erniis"ion io innrh.fsc  1 llu* liiilrM.-fi.? >:iii"(J,sitmi'k' fii"Soutli l-irt-i K'ooie-'  imy (Icscrihcil .is !ollii\i-. CoiiiincnrliiK at a  po-l Illumed on Iho nosi lunik ol the Koolcnuy  liivei' al llu* nurili cust c-mnci- ol Pciui- Liiml'-i  sriijil lol-ulioii. lie-in- iliciiiiiuUi'ol Cl ipku Creel,-  .mil nun koil "M. Lund's N. W Coi iter"' Uieiicc  ensl JH vlniiiis moro oi- less to lliu niiiiii rliHiiuel  ol ihi' IC.iok'iia.v Kiver. ilii'iu-i- smiih uloiijj the*  s.iiil m.iiii e-lianiiel S(i chainsmoic or less to the  soulli e-inl oi iho Ishuiil in said Wiver.  Ilii'iii-o nest ".'il chains, ihonce noi-ih Kit i-hiiins  iiioi-c or Jess to ilu* |>liu*c nt  loiniiipniiinent.  M.  ht'SI).  lialcilSi-pti'inhei--.'hul mil.'. 47  Vours i'liithfully,  H.  MoiiTlAlKb'   L  AMU,   SOC.  A   nuinber  oi'  mines  on Wild  Horso nnd Truoy crooks curvy   ;i  hi��ih poreontiijro o  zinc.  The miniii" outlook wns novor  bi"i��i)ler   for Tr.-ioy  tliiiii at. ])f(>sont.  fronk c,u,m]>  Why you should  buv  FAIR     PLAY  CHEWING  TOBACCO  Because  Because  Because  il  is Ihe bust1"! * utility,  it is the most latino  lieu  ll   0|-;l(|(.  it is the largest hi  10 or 'Z.'if. pluo.  Because   *''U!  \il'l* -we  valuable   for  premiums  until  Jamiarv  1st,   1905.  Because  wo Kuarantee wvi-y plu^.  and  Because your dealer' i.s 'authorized  to refund your money 'if.you  ��� .are not satisfied. ���  Tiik Km i'i iik Toiia'ix'o Co:,. L-rti.  " NOTICE.  Notice is hcieliy trlvi-n Unit an npiilicutioti  will he liimlr io the 1'ai lianio'iu of Ciuiiulii at  it ���. noxt session liy the Kooteimy C'entriil Kail-  w.iy Company loi- an.Acl io Amoiid its Act oi  liii-iirpni-ation lieiiii.' 1 Kdiiaid VII. Chap. 71 by  oMi'iKliii*; the liiiie r��n ihc coiiiiiieiieeineiit ol"  I'oiisti-ui'lioii and ilir coiiipletioii of said Kuil-  wiiy, as liiniti'd hy Scc.linii l-.'of siu'd Act, of In-  I'oiponilion.  U.itcd .Iniiiiaiy-liith. mm.  IIAKVKY .t JliCAUTKK.  Solicitors foi Applicants.  Reduced Rates from the East]  (.'omineneini'- February l."itli  and eon-  l.inuiu'* until April .".Oth, there   will   be  low rates in ������fleet from l.he Kast via the  Illinois ('Uiili-i.il I {.It. ��� to all   Wasliin��-  l.'.in. Oregon and Idaho points.      If  any  of your friends or relatives in the   Kast,  are coming West while these   rates__ai*(:  in   oiled,   nivo   its   their name and address, and we will malce il our business  to see lhat I hey are oiven the best possible   service.       We   operate   lliroujih  personally   condueled   e.\curnion   cars,  and Lu fact "ive you tho benefit   of  the  lalcst conveniences   known   to   modern  railroadino.       We   hare    to   different  routes between the K.ist and the West,  and   are   in   position   to   y,ve   \t)n   tlie  benefit     of     the    besl     co.uliiii; tioiis.  \\ rite us and we will -jiwiyou full p. r  t culars.    1',. H. TimwiuI'LL. N-J  Thiifl  ���St.. I'orlland. Orej-'on.  The Mining Center of South East Kootenay  The Largest <![> Agriculture  Mineral Areas, . <XJM^^m��>" '** '     ���   '   .   '^^   ���  and the Most .,     ^^|^m^P Graxmg and the  Extensive $I^BEkmw]^��    ^ Lumber Industry  Coal Fields on the hMSPT &m> IL ����J. i���� x  ����� - ~ UUTJL       2����&& are Prominent  American Continent        SW^.        "^��T^H^ f  are Situated in    / WhmP'^r^S��o|" features of the  South East Kootenay ^"4^KSbIP^ District.  The proposed\Crow?s Nest and Golden Railway will pass  through Fort Steele and Tap the Greatest Mineral Belt of the  District.  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  Apply to  R. L. T. Galbraith,  Townsite Office.  NOTICE.  No-ncK is liei-elij- kivcii Hull iippllciitinn will  tie imiiio 10 the LuKi'slntivi' Assembly ot tin;  I'rovince of lfi-itisli Coliunli;:! nt, its next session, by the ICooteiiuy Cciilinl Kinlnnv Com-  liiiny. lor .in Art in Amend iis Act ol Jiu-oi poin-  lion. lieiiif,'J Mil����nl \ll Chili) "'���'. I>.V ilelin-  intrinoK.' particularly llu* linn* l��oi'deposit ol  security iind liy uvtcniliiii; tin* liino'lor llie e.\-  peiiililure ol Ten TIiommiikI lloll.irs in sni-veis  or uonsiruclion iis icijui'ied liy .Section loot  said Aei of Iiieorpoi'iitiiin.  ,, 1IAKVKV  .V JlillAKTKH  Hnlii-iiois for A|ij)liciinis.  Dillcil th(> '2(Uli ilny "I .Inmi.-irv lim.1.  NOTICE.  Tiihe nolici;  Una HO dtiys .ilier dun* I inlend  to iipply lu the rlnot  Cnminissionrt   of   I.nnds  iinil Works lor permission io puri-hiisc the fol-  lowiiiK (li'scrilii'd liind in Soulli Kits! IConLoiiiiy.  Couiniciieiuir nl ii posl   |i|iinteil  nl  the soulli  limit of (.leoiire Arnold's pre-emption nenr  llie  line of Iho IMili-.li ("nliiniliiii Soiilhcrii Ksiilwiiv  tliciiee south :ui cliiiins  more <-i   less   to   tlie  Iniiiiiu   Kcsei'iiilion:   llience   im-s[   w  elinius.  Ihenee iMirtli lUchiuiis mon- oi less in ihusuuih  limit   of siihl  CiiKMKO    Aiimlit's   iire-uiiiptimi:  tlienci' etist iiloin.' sni'l south limits io iln- phice  of hi-'-'intiini.'.    C"(itiiiiiniti'.r  liln ju ics  more idles-.. I  Iitili-'l tli is :<nl ' I: i \- of .liuiuiin . I'.nl.'l  ".'                                    Kl.l/.AIIIOTII  AK'NOLI)  KIMBERLEY  The   Coming   Town   of  East  Kootenay.  Near tns famous  North Star  and Sullivan Mines  AGENTS    WANTED.  YEARS'  T*  w  THIRTY-HINTH YEAR.  >���"<��� SCIENTIFK  t PRESS  24Pa^es  :   Weekly   :  Illustrated.  INDISI ^NSABLE  TO MINING MEN.  '"p PER YEAR, POSTPAID.  KK.S'I'   K(IR S.\M|'|,K. C��1I"V.  MINING-^Scientific PRESS  330 MAfiKEX ST., SAH TBLAHCISCO, CAi.  Either on Pull or Part Time.  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac:  Anyonenornllng n nlcoloh and dencrlptlon nmr  (Illicitly nscertiiin our opinion free whether *n  Inveiitimi In prohnbtj-patcntntilo. (���(imiiuiiiicn.  linns atrldl/cniitldciitlal. Haiidbook on I'atenta  sunt free. Olilcnt kcoikit for necurini; tmloiiu.  I'lltenln taken tlirmicli Miimi \ f,,. rt-celrc  ���special nntict, w|{IiqiK clmrire. In the  Scientific JUnericait  A liauilsoiiinly llliiM.rateil weekly. LarKest clr.  ciilnt.i<nt of any nclcntllle Journal: Terms'. *3 a  yenr: l.uir niontlm, fl.  Sold byall ncwndealern.  MUNN&Co.36'8-^- New York  Branch Office. 1125 V 8t��� WanhliiKion. IJ. C.  .\ re 4\(iu Mill.lslicd .with ^(mr  Is yinir I iiii(*', fully iici*ii]iii*ilV  ivritc'us. We rail i*'ivi: ymi  itK-iit'bv 'tin: iiKinl.li   nn   o-iiiiil  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  uicoincr  If   I li it.  (*ni|il(iy-  li.M'ins   <ir  cdiitriict, to p.'l.y ymi well for sncli   business  as��� yiiu   1'iin   s(.*<*iir*.*   IVir. us nl. mid  l.iini-s.       Wi;   i:ni|il(iy    IkiI.Ii   'male   and  fi-tiia.li.'    rc|)rcsi'iilii,l.ii'cs.        "I'lic     licxi,  tlii*L*c iiidiitlis is l,ly.: very   licsl   l.iinc   Id  sell our ���joods.     No (leposil. is required:  otil.lit is iibsoliilely fi'ee.      \Ve have tin*  lur*4'e.sl nurseries iu   ('anada    over  .Slid  iieres    u liir^e riiiiye   of   yii.liia.lili*   new  specialties, and all -out: stock is Lruaran-  loeil   as   represented.      I f you '.want lo  represent   llu.*    lartrcst.    most,    popular  iind lies!, known nursery, u'rilo   us. ,-    ll  will be worth your while.  STONE   &    WELLINGTON  -���< 'aiiad'.t's <! real est, Nurseries"  TORONTO. ONT.  A Limited IVTumber of Lots for Sale  at Prices Ranging from  of  NOW   IS  the year.  To    $400  THE TliMETO lUJV as prices will be  advanced the first  Apply-to  Land Commissioner, G. P. R.  Winnipeg, Man., or to  Fort Steele and Kimberley, MJK  PKUSl'ECTOlt,   FOllT STJOKJ-K,   H.  (',  FEBRUARY 21.   MiC!
North Star Lodge
NO. 30.
A.  F. AND A.  M.       C.  R. B.  C.
I'-oit'i" s'i'Kioi.i:. ii. c.
Koculur meetings—1st Tuesiluy in cai I
inonili ill el*hl o'rlorl;. Vlsit'in,' Iticiiieni in-
(di'diiilly invited
Kill KIver'LociKf,   I'Vniic.   retful'ii"  mec-lint-'s
held tlrst FilUuy oi eneli month-
Ciuiibrook LoJkc, Crntihiooli, rctjulur ineei-
InKs lield on tin- third Thursday of elieli inonili.
II. I... M.viiiku. Secretary.
Rocky Mountain Chapter
NO. 125. R. A. M.
- Regular meetuio=—2nd Tuesday in
each month nt eisrlit o'clock^
riojourning Coni|>uiiioiis are cordially
It. L. T. Oai.iikaith "Si-fihe K.
(ji.'O  S  Mi'tiiiicr. ' .1   A   Iliuvei
HaruMi.rs,   Salieityrx,
Mutinies   Pxthlu;     '
< 'oiirtyaiteeis >le.
®he $}xo&pect0x.
|   LOCAL NEWS.  1
V. Bannister, Little Mull River
was at tin* Imperial   Wednesday.
The. C.P.K. »-. lighting   lo   .net
control of the Elk liiver valley.
H. Fairfield,   LYanhrook,   was
a visitor at Steele Wednesday.
N.     Hanson.     Wasa,    was   ,-tt
Steele Wednesday on business.
X. A. Wall'in^er,  Pish  "Lakes,
was in town Monday on husinesv
A.   Banks-  returned    hi
Steele Wednesday.
J.    W   'lviitlu-rt'ord,    Warduer,
was at the Imperial   Wednesday,   t    KOOtenays.
' ri.njui.ru'iiynririruT.nsir^
I Imperial Bank of Canada |
!' CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   $4,000,000                        f
I CAPITAL (paid n|»      ■    $2,923,86(3                        o
t .REST ACCOUNT       •    -   $2,485,288                        5
■j ' i       i-
|t He-cici    OFFice-    Toronto.
,, 'I'. U. MKUIJITT. frcHidenl I). II. \V l,U< I K. Vice-IYcu. nnd Cen. Alan.
t| ACKN'TK IN OltKAT I.Ri't.N l.V Uu.uls Knnl;. TL' l.oinliaril SI.,
Loudi/ii. '
A (lenei'iil Batikiuy JJu^iin."-** Trnuutti-U'il. <?
Savings Bank Department. --Itit«jr*?si allowed on deposit*-;. ,   rcj
Cranbrook Branch, p. h. MARSH, Manager. Is
duT^t/utr&ajiWffffi^ uAxuuin^,i^u\j-u,u"u-u'i>i>i^
c . ' a
P -1
The 'Leading   Wholesale   Lkiuor Dealers in the
J.   K. Avuistroim   visited ('ran
t hroolc Sunday.
Nuts,    i-andies
I    I'My.-s   al
1   iCarlin lit Duriek   sent   a   laryo
\Vc  lininlli' only ihe  lil-NT
Hies ot Uti|itiii> mni ("lu.u's.
We sell Selilil/. I Seer, ('"ei'iiic
llctM*. Muss' Ale and ittiiii-
iK's-cs Stout.
Solicitor j
. La u i o u ul Li »J—i ul" i.u is' ■_--' i LUilUi
r Wild "Horse creek Wednesday.
 ^._.AIL.Mail" 0j:(U^__P^L0ni(^_lyi Attended' to   ,
v> v- ■•    *- T
' t *
MeDWRMOTT &  MOWNKSS.*"     '       Cranbrook,   H. 0.'
Fort   Steele,    B.    0
(- ' .
13a Leadeuli.il] Street  London, Kmjlaad
T H O M A S    McVlTTI E
R.L.S.   &  C.E.
(Port Steele li.C:     <
■     CIVIL   ENGINEER       ,     .
Provincial   Land   Surveyor
& i
Port   Steele    li.C
Fort Steele
Diamond Jubilee
M,ss a. moss. HOSpitUl
(liuilunu- ol Hi. Liilcu-t I Iim |il ml.
Viiiiciiuvci-, H. (J
'I'liiri InHt.itiition Inn be.en reoenlly
culai-fjocl liy a new winy ivtiieli irf now
iillon tor rcci'iilioii ill i>ul.ient.s. Kor
lisrnin apply to
Miss ii. Moss,   or   -J. K. Smith, Sue.
MiiLron. l''ort Steele, B.C.
Live.ru, Feed & Sale Stable.
Port Steele R.C
o   /'Llegnlar   Daily   Statfe   meets   all
•^•uins) nl. Port Steele -lunction.
II-.A.MINO (H    Al I.  KINHSA spi-:<:ivl.n
Ooek's Cotton Boot Compound
W. VanArsdalen' has  sold   an.!t
interest in his Mans  civ-k   pro-i^ ^ ^
pertv to pafaies in Fernie. , &UiiAiiiuiluiiiiiiiiiiUiiiUiUiiUUUiiuuuuuiiUUiiiiUUUiiiluliaiiiiUiiuaauauu3
ti- Canadian Bank oi commerce
I'mil up ('npil.'il "rS.dilti.iinil:   ItcserM- Fund W,.-illil,lliill:
Ay^re^nle I EoMiitrccs < Her +7.ri.l«i(i.tKi'l.
I imdoii ollicc: r.n I iimhiiiil siic(.-t, i:. i". f
Ni'h   ^•(llU (itrice:  111 I*.\uIiiiiikv I'liicc.
I' ' ' I
And .40 lirunclie,-, in ("'■.iN-idii, llie' United Stnlei, tiuil 1 St-if I-iJi Colninbiii.
*- '".
%   Cranbrook Branch. F. C. MALPAS, Manager.   %
#*3S-#'VS******-«--?'*-->'i.*-i0-#-S;'-',i>«-*>v-i>-J( '.<-i'-i!-»-<,-M-fi1-S'<,-';'-*':'*\5'je';!!H*i!"*'-<1WK v
****»***Sl*'Ji-*JS(^;'."-'3*-*->'S»--A-*:*,">"« ■-* ".-.- ft-J"»-i<**t"*"»,"i' *k-$**+t-t- -P-w-SS-sX) *<**5S1-.-;
The Steele House
Fort Steele,, B. C.
OlVers a pleasant, substitute l'or hoi no to Hiom- wlio  I ravel.
'l'lie liesl tinil elic;i|iesl  ineiils in llu* eonnlry.
:(re lo lie loiind in tin* dining room. '   No < 'hiini-
iiu*ii nlloived in tin* U'llelieii     'l'lie house   is   run i  >
upon ('osnio|iolitiui principle-.mil I In* pro-peclm*
,   ' with his pitcl; is jnsi ;is uelconii* :is the   inillioii-
tiire w ilh hi.s roll. •       ' '
lOvery ynest receives the be.-.t. care and, prolecl ion.,
'The Liquors are the b(>st in lown. °
D. lYIclVTeish
■   %
P..D. McTavisli. Culirary, was
retristered.aT the In.perial'Thurs-
J.    A.   Harvey   returnedAVed
nesday irom a   business   irip  ,to
the coa.-si.
Rev. Pather   Wagner,   with   a'|
number  of' pupils   froni   the Industrial   School   visited   rf.teele
Wednesdav.    '
A social dance in' aid of' the'
Port Steele Hospital will' take
place in the near future.
T. Vilas, nam ikon, was in
town Wednesday doing business
with local merchants.
This is the time of year when
there is a- -'stay in" out of the
cold'" feeling'     ' ' ."
Port  Steele
„ A
Meat Market
H. THIRY. Proprietor.
Fresh nnd Salt Meats Always On Hand.
Port    Steele
rewirtg    Co,
FORT STEELE,  13.  C. "
I'.lv'PWWKS    OP    P\"rh'.A     PJN'P
'Mrs.   Nr'.'   A.    Wallingei
Miss .Paul .came, up  from Fish
Lake Wednesday.
G. P.-Pawnell passed through
Steele Wednesday on his way to
Pish Lake.
'I nti* notice iliHl Wl iluvi wflc-V (linn f nili'nil
lo hpjily I" tin* i.'lilcf i'oiiuiil=4luiici in l.aiuw
uiid Woiks tor a 21 jfiiisTlmlirr I.i'iim*. ot llll;
tolloii'liis; lnnds, .tliuuiu on llm ICnoiciiiiy Klvfi
in Sr.uiliciist Kooif-miy Jiss'rrlbed us rollows: —
O.iiiiiiiMiicMiiK uiu pdliil whore tin' ni^l Umll
ol l-iiL 15W Oioilli 1 inici'scci-i llu-Kiii'lciiny
mijKlv«-i; llifiici- syufli *i()clirillis; lliciici: i-n-l M
plialii'i, iliciii-c soiuli 11*0 i-liiiln-i, ilifin-c cum ••iu
llience- noi tli r.'O flmlns. llioniiu WMl/k0 cliiiins,
ibonri1 norlli 720 i-liiiliH, ihi'iire M-r'iiJ.'li) c-liiiins.
tliciico^Mouili tf'-W clitilim mniV or less io tin*
plnci; of lii-'Hliiiiiiii-'. ;
llillfil Illls 1 till llliV ol -IllllillO'V    I'JIlII
'T C. IUrN(il'lKI''i>lCIJ l'Ol.l.KN
• Harry McVittie,' Cranbrook,
was visiting his brother T t T.
1 Rev. Havelock. Beeehem held
services at. the. Church of St.
John 'lie Divine. Sunday last.
lliim-lier.-. requiring seeds for sprinn
^on-'iny will do well io leave their
orders nl Fori Steele Flour nnd Feed
Store in order to have them in "odd
m*:isoii. nn lint will be closed 1st Mitreh.
R. L. T. Galbraith, Indian
a^ent. visited the Indian reserve
Wednesday in response, to a sick-
Mrs. I.S. , W. Russell loft/ on
Wednesday1 for the coast, where
she will remain for two weeks,
then take>sioamer for Australia.
The  activity    in   the   lumber
camp- is another evidence of the
prosperity   of   Southeast   k'oote
n a v.
Is successfully used montblj- by oyer ; i • i i    , '
lOOOOLadlea. Safe.eflectual. Ladled »sk I       Mr-..   lil'Ollie   illld    I'lllldrOll    .11"
&X-K'S^ ])y N1Ks ^"■'"'"i-lian,
loll    Puit   Sk'i'le   yesterday   lor
i —
Office and Stable
Corner of
dalbrailh and Hazel Hi reels
Font Steele. 15. G.
■ OFFICIO  l)AVsi:      Moudiiy.    'I'lim—
ilii\ iind Sal urihiy ill Steele.
St. John's Church of England.
Services will be held in the
Church of St. John the Divine
every Sunday evening at 7:.i0 ex
Sellout. Audition, C'lCANi-itoriiC.
SKAl^Kll TUN'UKKS. Iiiiloe-.e.l *"1'biil1(:is lin
Ciiiiibiool: Si'liuol," will Iji* reftpli-od by llu;
iiii(.1('1sIkiio(! up li> noonol Monday, Uni ltllh
Kuliruiir), IBOS, for lliu election nnd coiiipli.-lloii
ol u two-stoiy iiddliion lo C'ruiibrook School
elans, spiX'ltlciiiious. tonni of lender nua
uoiilrnci limy Ijc -ecu on mni unci itib 3m] I-VIj-
niiiiv, Ifra, lit the nillfi- of the Oovc-i inn'rill
AK'-i'h. Port Sioclc.
'lViuleis will noi lie (-(iii-ililijii-d Hlilcss iiitidi.-
upon lin- pi-inleil im-nis suppllcil lot tlio pin-
posi*, nnd the iifiiO'iiiionl lo i*\i'i*uio a boiiUnp-
puridcd to llm torm nf lenclnr Is duly, sl-jimi! by
llie coniiiicini liinisfli nnd two oiln-r ru^pon-
sllili.* l-csiiluiils of llie l'loi'lnci- in lilt- pciml
•iinil or 4*<00, fin ihe inlllifiil pcrfiiiiuiiiii'f of I In-
work „
Tim Uiivcsim iiny li'iidiM' noi in-cessrti llv nc-
Dnaili/ CiminiiHsioncr of Lands tt'- H'oik.-i
La n
ds und Works Demirhnenl,
'cttiriit, li. C. '.'Slh January, IVU.i.
Nonce Is lii'icby kivcm. in iiccoi'iliiiict* Willi
lIxo Slululus, Him I'lovinciiil llovrnuc 'I'iiv, nnd
nil assessed 'I'ntiss and Income Tux. -.isscssyil
nnd levied nndei I lit." Assissnu'lit Act ami
niiienilinenis .ire now due nnil p.iyablt* loi* llie
yeni-I'.Kiti. All tii.M's collectilile tor llii>l-"oil
Slecle AssL'ssiiiinit Uistru-i in c due nnd payable
ill my otllcc, siluiite m Ulu Court House, in tin*
(own of Koi'l Steele. , 't'liis notice, in terms of
111 iv. is eituivnlciit 10 n pei'soiml duniiiuil b.i me
upon nil pcisoiH linble loi luxes.
Dined al I-Vn-l Slcolc. iliis -.'st,li dny ol .liinu-
itiv. I!ii):i. ^
A. ('. NKL.ION".     '   J
,, ,  .     ,  r,     «,        . i   i . l.vst*«ior ((/if/ Colli elm:
cept on the third Sunday in each j   „,<)M SI(jo1i. As„.SSII111Ill I)Is(iIi1 ,-„,., Sl(!(,lt..
month when the service   will   be|n.o
held   at    11   o'clock  a.m. i— -- - •
Holy   Communion   will be   ad- | NOTICE.
ministered    III     the    Close   Of    the!     'I'lnuy  d.iis unci   Jnn-   1  intend in apply l"
Strnniici's nre welcome.
Hot tied heer for family ii*c a specialty
11 r ' *
° . '
SATIS']-'ACTION fi U A IU NTEED ,,:,.^„°oi-^;-
° ' '        '  - r
Mutz '& Scott.   Prop's.
KOOteiiaj^        Boundary Line'
Hotel *
Tobacco  Plains,
B. C.
JULES HUREL. Proprietor.   -
dO()l>      Ai'CoMMOIlATinN    \h)\l    'I'lIA VKI.I.I N(i      .MIOX
O i
A First, Glass. Home
Slaj^e line leaves ICootenay I Loi el for Klko on Monday niu
Leaves 101
lolel   on Tnesdiiv and Salnr-
I'Yiday at- S ;i in.
day at s a.m.   ',
■|r,iijyi5|rTfrT|« Tf-TfT «#« >>f» -#- -^- -■$• -i- -$•> ■#■ •#* -f- -9«« -#■ ^f- •#• -♦■ •♦« ^ty* •-#•
. •♦.»
Monte 6ario Restaurant.
llie Cliiet (.'niiiiiiissiiinei ul I.mills nnil Win le.
for ii s|n-ci:i| license le ciil nnd ciinj nwiij
l.itntic-1 lrmn tlie IiiIIoh In-1 di-ei'llieil lnnil nn
tin- St. ,Mui>'s |{iici in llie Siintliern Disii Iri'nl
Ktisi K'liiili-nni. Ite^intiliii; :il n post {'Lulled til
sinitli i-nsi ('in iici di I.in Nn. I'.i-t.   iheiK e  .siiinli
THE MOST „     t
Kvrrvlliinj.;   Cooked
"As   Sol'    1.1 ki-:   IT."
ImlUtlons are dangerous. Frloe, >"o. l.:itM:r
bos:No. 8,lOdegreed stronger,(3 per box. So.
i or 3,mailed.on receipt of price and two 1-eent, , .^cot i;t ml. . |
Jtanipa.    TUo Cook Company \Mnd*o». OM.   j
EBi-Noa. 1 aud 3 sold and recomiueuded by ail ' , j ()
wipoMlWe DreBsfeu la Caaad.. 1L. S. Ma I her ciiiiie down I roni i , ,     ,     „1(11-„i„..-  -n    ll   I'.-.m.-i-s, |.,,-,-„.pii.,n. ...,-.„-,• nest iciicnin,.
tlie Cherry creek   log-oing" . cuniji  ,,v01>   .ru-nD-uii    in >iniii._   .n-   m   l1u. tl0i.,i,^.iJt,iin€ini-.v <>f n. n.: .neinci-.-s. pn-
Divine  Worship   will   he   held   ^''    Y ,,,-,-
• H-'i Oil)   lui'tv  live   elninis   mine  or  less  to  Ilu
the      I'resliyiorian    Church   iiiniiieiiiiiiniiiiini-.i m n. n. iiemer's <n. n
Nps.-l andyl.sold 'in   1'o'i-t. .St-i-'*!c- \>\
A. \V. Bleasdiill,. Dru'j.iUt.        A
Shaving ^ Hair Dressing., Parlor
N-.-X! t'i (iri'.-;ilnl Hotel
FORT    STEELE,    B.   C. ■
All , Kiiidn.';o.f   lluii".  Wni-k   It  Speciall>
.-'   A. .1.  (JRKZ.    -'.;    -    i'lioeiiiK'i'iii:.- ■
. .     |.'( (1ST   ST|.'.|..:l.K,    11.  (".
\Vi*i,*Uly Unllctiii.
vi'i.inys  \'\o\^-\Mnu. < "lut.i.
Monday.      lie   reports  a.cutrof
-lad.d'Xi IVie't at 'that- cam]).
'Several new ice houses have
been built in Steele this winter.
'We. predict everything" "cool"
next summer and lots' 'of,ice
MonilitV   I
I'Yidiiv'    \
Tucsdiiy i'h id' .'I'liili'siiluy eyi-nnif.'-
Diinc'iny ScIkmiI I'nr pii|iilr* only. <'om-
pi'li'iil. liuly li'iu'lii-r in iilli'iidiu.'-i-.
'Tliis luill will I"', uviiiliilili- for oilier
t*iit •i-lit iiiim-M i -s Tuesday. Thiirsility nnd
Siiuifdiiv I'veiiinii'i-'. ■ .     - .    .        .
Ai.ulv to -'- Liuuiecoat. Miiuauer.   more partlcillarly 111..'   LIU    i is d
" ,   Fort Steele, E. C.      valley.
Assessor Nelson has rontribu
Led to the (Mining Opertilor's As
sociation a'coniplf'-tft- com|»liinent-
of maps    for"   the   association's
All persoiiN i'i 11 crested in the
welfare of tiie. town are.request
ed'to'contribute to the mine operators headquarters anything
that may be nf interest to
visitors and st rangers to the
Q. P. l-t. uflici.Mls Jj were visiting
the, fibundary district I his week.
Why dont '.Joe Carter invite I hem
lu visit Southeast Kootenay and
■" Sahlia'tli.'hi'ch'opl every .Sunday
al'half past two o'clock/
Choir practice every Thiirs-
ifay evening at 7:;!0 o'clock.
i'astot-:    A. 1^. Macooik;all.
Iv'.. Little (".."iiiio 'down 'from
Wild Horse creek Thursday. He.
'reports considerable activity in
placer mining"..
''Tlie' logging .wea.jh'or still'
holds good nnd. the camps in
Soiithea.sf ICootenay are ■ still
piling" up logs.. /More logs have
been cut Iliis season t ban ever
before in I he history of" the
dist rid.
William ('nrlin   visited
villi* Wednesday.
Dr..  Sawyer    and   Mr.    Smith
were visitors at Steele Thursday
West .'hound mail was six hours
late Friday.
emplion nnd ilu* norlli liu.ind.ir.v of. the Lnnsl;
timlier |iiiill(l;;».lin.l one liiindred nnd iwciity
eliiiins luore or less lo llie,ensl.'uniiiidiirj* of llie
Lund l.iinbe.- li.nlll lliei.ee norlli (8(1.00) elj,'lily
clinliis inore or less1 to tln'soiitli liiinli of tl.ieSi..
Alnry'*1 river, lliei.ee lolloivii.!,' tin*, suiil soulli
Ijiink of the St. Mury'.s rii'C.r nnd the southern
liniinilitrlesol' Lois I7S.K nnd -IIH to the i>I:iee ' nf
lie'.-lnnln*,'..   Co|iliilnlii|j iVIO nei'e.s more'm- less.
_JJiilcil.'l>ii(*i!inl»(ti* filli.,IWrl.   ■■'■■,'
T.IKH NiVI'K.'l.; I ll ti I llll'illiys ll.le.l' lllitc, WC lie
tend In npt'ly in llie Chief f'liiiinilHsloi.iir nl
1 .ii nils il ml .Works l'or poi'inlsslon In remove
ohs. ri.t'f Ions .'.-oin nnd it in Ice liiiiiroveiiieiifH oil
the I!ptier Moylo Kiver, iiecordltit; to pluns nnd
hiirveys fyled; In oriler'to imiUe si.ld Kiver nnv-
l-/iililc ri.ijloits,. ''''■.'
Tin- only hinds iin'm-lril liy siild i.ii|iriiveinenis
"..her ..linn I Jiu'eriiiiienl. hinds lire lots :W7, 5W,
nnd -JHOii. (ii-iiii|i I lielonclne, to the ('roiv'N N(.'^t
I.ii ml unit 1" - \ ■ r -1 < > | > 111. ■ r > 1. Co.npmiy. l.liiilted.Hli'l
llm rlKlit. ul wily of llie liritish Col.i.nhln
Sinitherii Kiilhvuy Coiiipnii.v. 'l'lie only wiiti-r.
iillei-.ieil i,y suld lm]irovetii(-tits Ih snld Moyie
Kiver. 'l'lie lute ol'toll ]ir(i|ios(Hl lo he cliiii'itcil
Is t'iM pi.'i* Ihot.smid feet, lion id lneiisiue.
MOVII'", LI'Mlll'lU COMl'ANY.  Llinlled.
llilKvl this 1Ht.li ilny of llvittinilier \»*i.    M
WM. ROBINSON.   Proprietor
& burick:
Sole -Aj»cnts five tlie'
Fast .'
Kdotonsi v
TlUS Stkioi. is gua,ra,iileed lo tie ci|tin.l'fo .lessop's  or   j^irihs in all,
llAltl) Kock   VV'oiiK.
Soi.i';    AdKN'rs
-Crow's Nest Goal uotvPANY
Giant Powder Gompanu.
IMinint;   Supplies  a   Specialty.
Ajfenls for l.he    MASSKY     II AlililS1   CO.,' Limited.
Farming   Implements,


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