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 -V A ts  -V/  C>-:  /  O/  J  !A  #t  s.  'J.  'd  3 \  C-  ,^  y1  Vol. IO.  FORT STBBUB, B.  C,  SATURDAY. FBBRUARY 27, 1904.  No (>.  V  '*.  DISTRICT NEWS.  Morrissey News.  DUpnli-li. jMoi i-isMiy Mlnrs.  L. \V. Pat more is on a. business trip 10 Fort. Steele and  Cranbrook.  The two miners who were prosecuted for earrying mat dies  into the mines hero last week  were brought before R. Strath-  earn, .1.1?.. in tho Miner's hotel.  Both pleaded guilty and were  sentenced to ten dollars and  costs or throe weeks hard labor.  Tho fines were paid.  Owing to the great fall of  snow in Montana, il, has been impossible to get coal cars through  on the Great Northern, for  transporting tho  coal   from 'the  'mines here.     As  a consequence  of this the mines were shut down  ' on Saturday. Work was resumed, however, on Tuesday, a train  of empties having been gotten  through. The Morrissey colliery has been fortunate ,in regard  to the,ear supply, a delay  ' on lhat account* being a rare ..occurrence.  bassador      to      China.���Nelson  Tribune.  The Wiliner Liberal-Conservative Association-has been formed  with Honorary President Hon.  li. F. Green," President 11. L.  Ammie, Vice-President .J. .J  Johnson, See.-Traits. ' Andrew  Green.  St.. John, N.B., has sounded a  note of warning to the Liberal  government.  The ' bye-elections for the  Ottawa' House of Commons held  last week resulted in the gain of  a seat by the Conservatives-.  Mi*..   Fielding   says  that tariff,  revision will not bo .taken   up at  the coming session of Parliament  There may   be  a  few changes,  but they will be very immaterial.'  VLADIVOSTOK  DOOMED.  Cut   off Prom Base of Supplies���  Seventy Miles of Railroad  a-     Track Destroyed.  ,   A, DIVIDEND PAYER.  Le Roi No:  Z of Rossland Pay a  Dividend of One Shilling  Per' Share.  Fernie News.  Fiom the Vrvn 1'ross.  ,A 'miner had one of his big  toes badly crushed by being run  over with a car at Coal Creole on  Tuesday. * -  'February 241 li has been set by  Mr. Armstrong"for' the, hearing  of the objection to the  granting  of the'   water   rights   in    West  ' Fernie stream to Wm. Eschwig:  The lumber for the .new  hotel  r arrived at/ Michel this weelc from  the Sparwood   mill and is being  unloaded.'   ��The   work   will   be  �� ���. ( i  pushed to completion.  '.The'mines of Morrissey were  closed from Friday to Monday  on account of lack of cars. The  Great Northern were unable to  supply the cars owing to a block-'  ade of snow on the line.  Tho mines of Coal Creek are  picking up fast since the snow  blockade has been relieved.  Notwithstanding . the heavy.  drawbacks, from snow aud ice  the output so far this month is  .slightly aboye that for tho same  time last month and with fair  conditions for the remaining 10  days it should proyc a .record  month.   The,Kootenay Central.  While at Fort Steele Frank C.  Stockdalc bet a box of cigars  with Editor Grace of the Prospector that construction on t he  Kootenay Central Railway would  noL be started within 90 days.  It is to be hoped the editor will  prove the winner���-Frank will be  pleased to lose this bet. ���Wilmer  Outcrop.  It, is a, two to one bet that  Grace will smoke a, choice box of  '���Havanas" at the expense of Mr.  Stockdale.���Ed.  The annual"reporls of Lo Roi  No. 2 company'show a satisfactory condition of affairs. , For  the year ending on September 80  last,the company earned profits  of X'15,471, of which ffiOOO will  be utilized to,pay a dividend of  one shilling per share. A balance'  ofii'9.471   will   be carried  < i       .  over to the present year.  During the year the company  .shipped 17.r>r>0 tons, of ore on  which the net, returns from the'  smelters were1 $217,750. ��� The  auditors wrote ofl'���iM4.870 for depreciation during tho year.  ' The statement is made that  from the end of September to  the'end of December the profits  from, shipments have been ��2.000  monthly. ,     L  . Coming so soon after the favorable report from the Le'Roi  company, the' report .of the Le  Roi No. 2 has created lively satisfaction in Rossland.  The Le Roi No. 2 has paid  previous dividends amounting to  a total of ��288.000.  News Notes.  Matters Political.  The socialists of the Kootenay  riding will hold a convention in  ^Nelson some time next month.  The object.is to nominate a Candidate for the Dominion Rouse  for the riding. , -  '.'���'In the Dominion bye-elections  on Tuesday last the conservatives carried Hon. A. G. Blair's  former seat in St., John, Ni B., by  a majority of 28��.. At the general elections Blair had 997 majority over Foster.  ft is'stated lhat Duncan Ross,  tlie liberal standard bearer in  Yale-Cariboo, stands .about as  much .show of being elected to  the dominion house, as does F.  .1. Deane of being appointed am-  Turkey and Bulgaria are now  on the verge of war. Chikib Bey  the Turkish minister at Washington, believes war in tho Balkans is pending.  Russia will give Turkey a irce  hand in settling the Balkan difficulties for the release of Black  Sea fleet.  Tt is reported that Japan has  bagged four Russian torpedo  boats.  Russia is squealing and says  that Japan'is not playing the  war-game according to rules.  A dispatch from ITong 'Kong  says that a British squadron i.s  there and that a corresponding  French concentration of warships is occurring at Saigo. Jndo-  China.  London, Fpb. 27,.���The report  is confirmed that. 70 miles of railroad track and some important  bridges, have been destroyed be  tween Harbin and Vladivostock  This is of great advantage to  Japanese, as Vladivostock i.s  known to be badly supplied, and  it therefore cannot long resist, a  Japanese attack".  London, Feb. 25.pTho Morning Posl says 40;000 moro Japanese troops have landed at Chemulpo, a  The correspondent at Seoul of  the Daily Mail reports a panic at  Ping Yang, Korea, which is regarded as' heralding the approach of tho opposing armies. ���  Special dispatches from St.  Petersburg give' various sensational reports' of a political  nature, the Telegraph, for instance, says tho Russian government has ordered its ambassador at.Constantinople to obtain  tho permission of the "porto for  the exit of the Black sea, fleet,  but M. Stinovielf, the ambassador, declined to make this request and was unable to give the.  Russian foreign office conclusive  reasons for his refusal.   ���  There is a rumor that the  Russian,, Vladivoslock sq uadron  has again put to sea.  A correspondent of tho Times  at Wei flai Wei says he hears  that all the mechanics .at Port  Arthur/ Dal ivy and. .Vladivostock  are Chinese and'that it'is impos-'  sible for the Russians, to repair  their damaged warships.'  posal of government lands are to  apply to (he 50,000 acres of coal  bearing lands in the Crow's Nest  district entered by the government. The lands'are only to'be  disposed of as specially authorized by order in council.  England gets about $.">,000,000  worth of gold from Africa every  month, and $7,000.000 worth out  of Australia. "  Eleven thousand dollars is the  amount of the December cleanup of the Evamill at Cambrone.  A plan is on foot to consolidate  the Velvet and Portland companies operating on Sophie  mountain near Rossland.    "  John Larsen is driving a , tunnel ^several hundred feet in  length through the west bank of  gravel on Wild, Horse creeic in  search of an old channel!  LATEST EASTERN WAR NEW?  Japan, has   Made   Treaty   with  ,__Jforea���Attempt   to Bottle  Up  Port Arthur���Have not Crossed  ' Yalu Rivor.  ��� ~- NEWS OP THE WORLD.:  Panama Treaty Ratified���Another  War Imminent���Britain Purchased Warships.  The LTnit'ed States Senate ratifies  treaty .for canal across the  Nothing  Dreyfus' Case in Court.  Paris, Fob. 25.--The re-trial  of the Dreyfus case was formally  begun today before the Court of  Cassation. The trial, which is  nothing moro than a formality  intended to publicly establish  the innocence of Captain Dreyfus  of the charges which led to his  expulsion from the army and his  imprisonment on Devil's Island,  is expected to satisfy the clamor  of the Dreyfusards and to mark  the final chapter of the famous  case.  isthmus   of  Panama:  remains   now   but  to commence  actual digging. ',  Another war is imminent', the  conditions in the Balkans point  to an early o.utbroak, of- hostilities '��� Bulgaria' desires peace,  but Turkey is in an, intractable  mood now that .Russia ' is busy  with Japan'.  v G. E. Forslund, immigration  agent, estimates' that. 100,000  settlers will come into the Can-  adian Northwest during the,  present year.  - Great   Britain  has  purchased  two-Chilean battleships.   r , .  Tho district convention of the  Western Federation of miners  has been called fo meet at Nelson  on Thursday March Sfh.  The United Slates and France  will soon* sign an arbitration  treaty.  Appointments.  Japani ha�� negotiated a treaty  with Korea whereby she guaran  tees Ihe inrtopendance and integrity of Korea. This treaty is  regarded as uno of the cleverest  of Ihe many start ling diplomatic  movements that have been made  ih connection < with the whole  eastern question.  The.Japanese in an al tempt to  repeat al Port Arthur the ox  perinienf of the Americans at  Santiago, sent in three merchant  ships to be sunk in the entrance  of the harbor. ' The Russian  battleship Uotvisan, although  she was still stranded, perceived  them and sunk them before the  design could bo carried out.  The declaration of a protectorate over Korea by 'Japan removes Korea from the ranks ol  neutral powers and makes the  hermit kingdom us legitimate a  field of military operations as  Japan itself: *     ,v  Reliable reports indicate that  the Russians havo , not yet  crossed the Yalu river.'  The Japanese army corps  landed\ at Chemulpo, Korea.'  totaling about 30,000, have already been deployed .between'  Seoul and Ping Yang. The ad  va.nce guards arc northward of  the latter place.  tnr. Edwin V. Morgan, who has  been appointed'by   thi.->   government to act as commercial agent  at Dalny, Manchuria,   took   pas-,  sage  foi'  Ihe   Far   East    today.  Mr.   Morgan,   ii   i.s   understood,  will remain   at   Yokolioma   until  he has been further advised from  Washington as to what course to  pursue.      Sailing  on   tho   .same  ship   wilh   Mr.    Morgan   is  the  Korean   Minister,    Minhui   Cho,  and   three ' of   his   secretaries.  Minhui   Cho,   who  has,occupied  (he position of  Corean   minister1  at 'Waslijnglon for several years,  has been transi'erred'by his government   to  ihe   now important  post   at    Tokio.   because   of the  gteat   interest   that   attaches   to '  lhat mission at this time.  SiJvor-lend Quotations.  Will Go to Victoria.  Ottawa.���ft is understood here  that Li. P. Dull', the Victoria  barrister, will shortly bo appointed to the supreme court,  judgeship vacated by the ,rd-.  ti rem ent of Mr. Justice Walkeim  British. Naval Estimates.  London,' Feb. 25.��� The British  naval estimates for 190-1-05, total  818-1,445,000, a net increase of  ��12,100,6.00 over the estimates  for 1908-01.  ' '.  Turkey and Bulgaria.  London,   Feb. ,25.���"It  is -almost' certain ��� that'  Turkey  and  claims.  Bulgaria   are   on    the   point, of      An   ordet  reaching a pacific understanding  regarding Macedonia.  Mining Notes.  The second convention of the  Provincial Mining Association  of British Columbia was hold at  Victoria on Monday February  22nd.  ,Geary & Doylo have a contract  for hauling 25.000 feet ot lumber  from Cranbrook to the hydraulic  mines on Wild Horse Creek.'  The lumber will be used in repairing ditches and Humes.  The rich copper district "near  the headwaters of the St. Mary's  rivor is likely to get a railroad  this year. This district will one  day rival Butte, Montana, in  copper production.   ,  Last week G. W. Hughes,  manager of the Sunset mine distributed a dividend' of S0Q0O  among the owners. This makes  the tenth dividend todate, or a  grand total of $00,000. This is  a handsome showing for. a. comparatively new property.  At the record office on Monday a certificate of itnprove-  inentsAwas granted to George  W. McBride on the Chihuahua  mineral claim and. to George' W.  Chisholm on the Alice,' Hatfie  B.,' 'and    Big    Duluth    mineral  The undermentioned persons  hayo'been appointed as License  Commissioners for the Cranbrook  license district.  James McBride, Cranbrook.  Allen  Doyle,   Fort Steele.  Edward Hill,  Moyie.  ( Chief    License    Inspector���  Chief Constable.]. M. McMullen,  Fernie.)  For tho Fernie License District.  William H. Whimster, Fernie.  Arthur W., Bleasdell, Fernie..  Wm. Shaw. Morrissey Mines  (Chief License Inspector���  Chief Constable J. H. McMullen.  of Fernie.) ���  Local News.  :    The Kootenay Central R.R.  ������ Dv. .Wall, ,\vho has ,beon for  some weeks on ea visit to the  coast, partly on business, partly  on pleasure, 'returned Sunday  evening., Our readers already  know lhat the government found  itself unable lo introduce imy  railway legislation -during the  late session; but, a summer session is promised at which railway legislation only will be considered���the government meanwhile maturing its policy, and  making such contracts with the  applicant companies that, should  provincial assistance be given,  the construction of the roads  aided will be absolutely assured.  The Kootenay Central'will be  one of Ihe roads assisted, and'it  may now be considered thai its  early constructipn is one of the  certainties of the future.  N'uw York.  I-Vli. 2  '�����    .  ,  Bur Silver   Oil*  -I.'i-  Lend      ���I..--0  Copper   1"_'..')0  Speller   5.00  London.   !'VI>.t '2C.  --Sil vi  r,    -'  '   1-kl:  copper X~)~  ���>-   ud:  lend.  ,��11  .-.*,    U:  spelter.  CL'l   V2-i   (lib  '  Market Conditions.  The only Ihjctuation of the  past weelc occurred in tin. which  showed much strength.*  ��� Prospects of heavy liquidation  in the copper marl-ret, makes it  diflicult'to maintain1" prices, and  any general effort to unload  holdings would undoubtedly  cause a decline.  .Production of coaland coke in  the Crow's Nest? Pass showed,an  increase during the past week.  Visited the Sullivan.  Reiinings.  A great deal of preparatory  work is being done among placer  miners on Wild Horse creek.  in council has been  passed providing that no mines  regulations   for   the   sale or dis-  J. M. Carroll, Kimberley. and  John Scott, Crane Lakei Assa..  were at the Imperial Friday.  The convention of the Provincial Mining Association will be  held in Vancouver next year.  f.    '*���''    St. Eugene Mine.  Tlio'masC'- Blackstock,' vice-  president of the War Eagle Consolidated , Mining and Development Company is on his-way to  the Kootenays.  Mr. Blackstock before leaving  Toronto said he was going west,  to endeavor to contract, for (lie  St. Eugene mine at Moyie, B.C.,  which has been shut down on  account of the low price of lead.  He says there is a possibility of  its finding a market now and  that he is after a market.  Alaska    is    in    area   59(1,884  sq ii a re miles.   It s coast, liner u n sP  about 8.(1(10 miles.      Its  population,   census   1900,  was   ('���:-],5'J2.  The first great discovery of u'old  was made on Douglas island.  Gold was first, located in New  Zealand at Coromandel in 1852:  at Collingwood, Nelson, in 1857;  at Gabriel's Gully. Otago. in  1801: and on the west coast of  the South Island in I8(i-J. In all  cases the gold was first obtained  from alluvial or slope deposits.  Otago has produced since dis  covery of gold there in 1801 the  sum of 8.115,0(ili,()()0. nnd but a  small part of this largo sum was  extracted.from ore,, placer mining being a grout feature o_L'this  district. ���  e     .'��� "'"     ��� ;"'���'";     .' "���' ��� ���  Accident to the King.  .'���While -King lOdwnrd .was inspecting the Cruiser Cumberland  at' Portsmouth, he slipped on a  water-tight- door and fe'l, slightly injuring,his leg.  James Garrolhcaiiio down I'roiii  Kimberley Friday. ���  'Pie reporls,  that a number  of  directors  and  shareholders     of   ,the   Sullivan  Mining   Co.   were   a I.   I lib   mine  during   the  past   week.     In the  party wore Mr. Weeks a smelter  man,   Clayton   Miller,   civil  and ,  mining engineers from the Coeur  do Alone;    F.  D. Wee Ics of   Now  York aud J. F. Williams of "Spokane, secretary of the company.  Tho   parly   were   much   pleased  with the property, but were   unable   to   say    when    operations  would lie resumed.  The Sullivan is regarded as a  good mine. We have seen reports made by mining engineers  at   different times.     Till*.: Pkos-,  n  pkctok always maintained that  the mine i.s one ofrtho most valuable in British Columbia if properly  managed.   "  Delegates for Roosevelt.  Washington. D.C., Fob. 21.���  More than a score of delegates  already have been chosen to the  Republican national convention  and all have been instructedd'or  Roosevi'lt. Today the South  Carolina Republican.--, meet in  state convention io choose delegates lo the Chicago convention.  Other stale conventions already  called are those of Virginia.  March -'I: Kansas. March ���-: Minnesota. March '17: Missouri.  Ma-rclr 22: ��� t'ennsylyauia, .April  (i.: Tennessee, April 7;. Nebraska  May 8;' Alabama. May; 10: Illinois, May 12; Nebraska., May 18;  Iowa, May 18. and Michigan,'  May IS. ",.',./   I  French Attache Sails.  New Consul Loaves for Dalny.  San Franjciisco, Gal., Feb. 27���  Despite the fact .that Russia has  refused to grant him   an cxequa- ' spend the time in France  New York,' Feb.  25.--: Vic.onitc  Charles de C bam brim, attache of  the French embassy at. Washing-  on, was among   the   passenger's  sai'linir  on    the   Touraine todav  '��� ��� j ������ *-  for Europe. He has beeii granted six months' leave of absence  by   his   government    and     will j THE PROSPECTOR   FORT STEELE,  B. 0., FEBRUARY 27,  1001.  313& SSJ3E223@9aH]  A Meal  in a Moment  is sometimes a necessity and in an emergency of this kind, The Busy Housewife finds " BOVRIL" to b^ truly a  friend in need.    A little  BOVRIL  {&ljX $fX0Sttp2Xt0V.  K.-TAlil.t-ilKO     I "���'������."'  A.  B. 6race,  PUBLISHICK    AND    KIMTOIl.  t THE PROSPECTOR, i- piibU-hod  every SaturJay, unci lifi.- a �� ij a ni n iced  circulation larger than any othoi pa pei  In Ku.=t Kootonay. It ij- all ho roc I��rinicJ  and contains double the nc��v of any  -nhei  paper in the district.  As-   an   ad\ ei ti^in��   mi'tlinin   it   i.*- nn  excelled. ' r ���  Devoted to lac upliiuklir.n jf For*, .-sieolf. "--�����'  developmi-nMif Uh* \.iv. miin.-r;*.: re-.nil i <.-.-���. of  tbe East, Kooirniiy vtui.,irj tl.~ir.i-t.  Sub<-crip?inns   ���- ���    ������       M'.*> per year  A.dvertisinK rates, niatl- known on jpplie.itlor.  Contribution-, are ~olic*u��d from all part- ot the  district, but ail niattui- Imeiulfd for piililu-ntiori  must have the writer's signature.  ��Jj�� |pro0pjejctor-  SATURDAY,  FBI J.  '27,   l!)Ui  rrMLE constructioa of the  M. , Kootenay Central railway  Irom the LnLernational Boundary  to Golden will benefit SGutheast  Kootenay and' the province at  large. A now "impetus will be  given to' the mineral and agricultural' development of the  Kootenay and'Columbia, valleys.  The mineral output of( Windermere district will have an outlet.  North of Fort Stijele is a. region  rich in mineral, timber, and  ���igricultiira.l resources which  will be opened up. and southeastern British Columbia will be  pierced with important results.  Tho entry of the Koolenay Central is a good stroke of business.  ;i,s it. shows conclusively that we  have in Mas! ICootenay,* largo  areas whose wealth and tilness  for set (.lenient is unquestionable.  < :'. -x  Some dangerous coinplications  for the United State- as well as  the western European nations  are likely to grow out of tho war  between Japan'and Russia. At  the present time the word is  ���'look to the'Fast".  *   /.-    .'-    ���/  The Canadian Pacific Railway  company should cut its freight  and passenger 'rates: judging  from the enormous dividends it  is makiiii-r on! of the  public.    ���  o  Port Arthur may be well defended, but if \m* lived mi Dynamite alley, ju-t of! ihe main  street, we .-.ho'iki re..*! a- uneasy  as the liberal parly nvi-r tin*  approa.chini!' Duniini-m .*i>*i".ion.-.  ft look.-, in   u->   u- 'if   anybody  who fooled around   the   Korean-  Manchurian   railway    iine   wa-  ' committing suicide     Give us'the  Kootenay Centra! Railway. ,  ' 'The Kootenay Central projee;  does   not  appear, to have many'  boosters outside  of   Fort Steele  and Windermere.,  ���    .','      ' i  With thebig silver-lead 'mines ol  Southeast. Kootenay in operation  eighty por cent of the   Dominion  VV'ANTKI.) ��� SRVKU.A I. I N I M "STI II-  oiih persons in' citfll .stale'Iti ll'ii.V'*') for  Iioiisi*. i.'..st.aliliHlicil'��.:!'��� vn-.v<:iii".-i .'ind Willi  ii. liii*LC��Ciiiiitiil. lo rail ii|K'ii. I'lii-rchjiiits  ii.nil ii;ft*"t,* for surc'ssl'iti anil prolit./ililf  line, "rr'niiii.iu'iit imimsluT"'"'ii 1. W<*<"k-  ly cii.hIi salai'Vcf *'J*I ami all -tnivcliiiy  (���xptMisct null lintivl Iiii Ir- 'advitnci*'! in  i-iihIi (.'lu'li wijelv K.\pi*ri'*nr<* m��t:,ir>st*.n-  ,.inl. Mi'iition i*cfi-i'<.*m*"s mill J'liHosc*  ..;lf-iuliln*.ssi*il '���iiv..*l<i|>e. . 'I'I IF. NATION A I,. :t:t'2 l)(.*ii.i*li(��i"M St., Clii<":tj,r<>-  lead bounty will help the mines  of th't;-Vfi-i rid pay dividends.  * ' ��  The Japanese are undoubtedly  carrying everything before thouV:  and ,la[)au i> now the admiration  ut the world.  The voice of liu* .Missouri mule  'is awakening the Orient from its  age-long sleep.   *   , ���    '  A       -\       -x  The Czarevitch says the Japanese are pili> They um.-i be  little Early Risers. ,  ' * *        -v ' ���  ' The Russian-- 'are talking  about moving' U'CU'iV men into  Manchuria' within twelve days.  That would be a job that would  paralyze a tirst-class double-track  American railway. The Russians  can't do it in 120 days.  -? -> *  The evident friendliness "of  Germany for Russia aud the revival of pro-Russian feeling in  Franco are alarming. The three  nations may yet get together in  an offensive and defensive alliance.    Then the world-war .will  be oil.     ' ,.  ,'  ,   . *    *    -">  The Conservatives , in Nova  Scotia are chuckling with pardonable pride. They.really were  the gainers from the recent bye-  election battles. The result, of  these contests will add immensely to the coming Dominion elections. The Conservatives point  to the handwriting on the, wall:  while the Liberals will don their  armor for a holler fight than  ever.  A*i * !. S^-"-?*?^ * -X- * * W  '*��-  Headouarters   for    JYIirayrr*   and    Commercial   Men  #  The  Mote  large  Modern     Conveniences  FORT    STEELE,    B.    C.  Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.  PAGE ACME  55  !   150-foot roll. 4 foot lilffh\ .1*1.75     For poultry unci iiar-lcu.   Hull it Hum old stylo.     Oflocal dealer or us.    Freight paid  150-foot, roll. 5 loot lilj,*li,,    5.50 THE   PACE   WIRE   FENCE   CO.   LIMITED       2.53  1   150-foot roll, 0 foot lilffli    0".."i0 AValfcorvlllo  J)l out r<-Jtl  E. C. I'KLOU  * CO..  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Notice is hereby until Unit thirty dajs after  date I intend to apply to the Chief Com mis  sioner of Lands and Works and the A'sistanl  Commissioner of Lands and Woi Its for  the District of East lCootumi foi 11  License to prospect for e o il and pe'roleuin 011  Iho following described land, situated on  Kintla Ciee k about one mile noith of tlie International Hoimdtirj Line in Lot lVii Last  Koou.li.lj distiiet, IJiitlsli Columbia  Commencing .it a post pluiiUd nn ICinil.i  creek about tlnee milts fiom wlitic the en i'i.  trosses the Iiiieiiuitlou.il lj0und.1i} line, being  the Initial post of Setli Tliom it' (l.niii and  murk.- d syih '1 liom.is south'uc-l eninti posl  thenco not Ih 80 ch-iins th< n( i i*nsl HI (hams  ��� i!ieYrCo*Mjulii -vi i uallis tli"'in i wisi-m) ��� haili-  to the* place* of beginning containing i*KI acies  more oi loss  Locnti d tin- Iblli dm eif Jnnii u \   I'llll  S( Hi 'I hennas  l.oi .moi  .lollii Glovn   \g( in  2     ('oiiiuii'iii ll g it a po-l plnultd   mi   Kinthi  Cie eh about lliiee miles fioiu whtio tlit uctk  ciossCh the Iiuci nation il llouiid.u\ line' lie-inn;  tlie Initial post of Willhim Uli>}n's iliiiin anil  being adjacent to Setli lliounis  -oiuhwcsl t oi  nei post and   iii.ii ked   William Olowis  iioithwcst   eomei   post,   thenct     smith   Ml  chains  theme uist 80 ilialns. theme  not tli SU eh mis  thonce west 80 chains to the plate of beginning;  containing ''Id ai ics more oi less.  I.otuttdthls ISIhelij of .1 Liiu.it \. 1(101  Willi mi GIuvii. I.OL.itoi  John Glovn. Agent  "J. t'omini nting ut a post pi initd on ICintla  Creek,about tin en mill's fioin wheic the ciock  crosses the lutein ition.il Houncliiiy lint* being  west of nnd adjacent to William Glenn's (laim  it being the initial post of Man A Thomas,  e laim and muiked^Mniy A Thomas noitheast  corner posl, thenee south 80 ibiiins, thence  we-M 80 chains, thence north 80 chains, thence  cast 80 chains to the place or beginning con  t.lining MO acres moie or less  Loomed Juniimy UUi, I'lOI.  M.vrj A Thomas, Locatoi  John OloMi, Agent  1    Commencing at a post planted on  ICiiilhi,  Crook nboui iluce miles from vheie the neek  eiosses the International  Boundai\   line and  being   north    of  nnd  adjacent  lo  M,u\   A  Thomas' claim, il being Ihe initial post of Jane  Oloyn'h claim and niai kcil Jane Glo\ n's -outh  oast corner post, thence north 80 chains, them e  west 80 chains, thsnee south 80 chains   thence  east 80 chains  to  the place of beginning con-  talnlng tHO acres more or less.  Located Jnnuaiy 18th���lS0l.  1 ,       June Oloyn, Locatoi  <j ' '       John Ciloyn, Agent  NOTICE.  Notice is htreb\ gnen th it thirty days aftei  date I intend to appl} to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Woi I.s and the Assistant  Coniniisslonei of Land- and Worts foi the  Di-trittof Last Kootenn\ for a Liccn-e to pros-  pi et foi Coal and Petroleum on the follow l g  destnbt'd land situ ittd on Kiutlu Cittk in Lot  Ift'l" Last Kooleri n  Comment lug al a po*<t planted on Kintla  Cretk about one unit noith of tlie liiternation  al Moundiirv being the initial post ami marked  GcoigeN McGregor s noi thwest cornei post  llience t ast 80 di-ains thence south 80cliains,  thenco west 80 chains, thence noith 80 chains  to plate of b( ginning and containing 010 acres  more or les-  GcoigeN  MeGrtgor  Locator  Lotattd J.mu.11 V 18  I'Wl ',  ~>Z     .7   >  ���  NOTICE.  Not ire* is liorobt "iven lliat 1lin*t,\  cla.\s aflcr (Kite 1 iiitwnd to cipjily to tlio  ('iiicf"\ 'ofiriiTi-Tsitiiiei -**1-of"11 i^ctflu^ =:r7ru'V3"  Woi ks and tlie Assjitiint Commissioner  of J-aincls .uid Woiks lor tlie J>istiict of  IC.i-l, Kooteii.t,*, foi .1 Jjieense to [>i os-  pet I Im Co il and I-'el role urn ou llie follow j 11 -14 described Kind sHu.ited on  Kintla Creole m Lot 4.)i).J I'Jit-t Koolc-  iitty District. Hriti->h ("olmnlii.i.  Coiliineticinn .it <t post planted on  KiniKi Ci ed:, ubout one mil-- north of  the Intoi national Boundary buiii" the  initial post north of and adjacent to  tieoige N. McGicjjor'*** elutni and  nntrked .lohn A. Andre"*-! -outliwost  cornei post, thence east 80 chain*-,  thence noi tli SO chains, thence uesl 80  chains, thence soiit.li 80 chains to place  of l)('f>iiiiiii]j-f containing 0-10 acres more  or less.  John A. Andre. Locator  George N. .MeGreyoi*. Ay ent  Located January 18th, 1004 ')  ������"OUT  S.TLELU   ASSESSMLNT   DISTKK'l'  A (ouit of Kowsion and Appeal ur.dei the  Assessni"nt Att I'M) I foi the Tort S'telc A'stss-  mtni Distiiet will be held on Pnda\ the Ilth  du\ of March next at ten o'clock in the foie  noon at the Police Com t Room in I'ciine and  on aturday tlie 12th da} of March next at ten  o'clock in the forenoon at the Police Court  Jtooin al Ci.inhrook  Dated  at Port Steele this 2nd day of February, 11)04  I   P. ARMSTKONG,  Couit of Iici ision and Appeal  NOTICE.  NOTICE.   r  is  heieby ����ivem  NOTICE.  Notice iu hereby given Unit :i0 dajs altei date  I intend to apply to the Chief Coininisslonei of  Lands nnd Works and the Assistant Commissioner of Lands and ^Voiles for the district ol  East Kootenay for a License* to pi expect foi  .' Coal and Peiioloum on tlie follow ing desci ihc 1  land situated on Kintla Creek about one unit*  north of the International rsoiiudaix lino  and about live iniles Horn wheio  ' the creek t-iosses tho International l!oundai\  line In Lot 15'i'i Southeastern portion of liritish  Columbia '  1. Commencing at a post planted on Kintla  creek being about 2 iniles west of Juno Gloyn's  southwest corner post. It being the Initial post  of Marshall Thoina-. chum and marked Marshall Thomas southwest coiner posl, thonce  north 80 cliains, thence oust 80 uhnui-, tlicnce  south 80 chains, thenee vest 80 chains to the  place of beginning containing tl-IO acre- moie oi  less.  Located January isth, lilOJ.  Marshall Thomas, Locator  John Gloyn, Agent  r  , 2. Commencing at n post plained on Kintla  Crook being south of and adjacent to Marshall  Thomas' claim, and being the initial post of  Walter A. Stevensons claim and insulted  Walter A. Stevensons northwest coiner po^t.  thence east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,  thenco west 80 chains, thence north 80 chnins  to the place of beginning containing MO acies  more or less c  Located January 18lh, 1901.  Walter A. Stevensons, Locator  John Glo\n, Agent  :t Commencing at a posl planted on Kintla  Crcok being we��t of and adjacent" to Marshall  Thomas'claim, it being the initial post John  K Uaniells claim and niaiked John H Dnniclls  southeast corner post, thence wesl 80 chains,  thonce north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,  thonce south 80 chains to the place of beginning  containing ftIO acres more or less  Located Jnnuaij* 18th. 11W1.  John K. Daniells, Locator  John Glo>n. Agent  4. Commencing at a posl planted on Kintla  Crcok womI of and adjacent to Walter A. Stei-  onsons claim, it being ihe inuii.l posl of  William Hall's chum and maiked Willinm  Hall's noilhoasl cornoi uost, thence wesl 80  chains, tlionte south 80 cliiiuis, thence ensl SO  chains, llience north 80 chums to the place of  beginning containing OU) acres moie or less  Located January 18th 1901.  Willinm Hull, Locator  y John liloyn, Agent  NOTICb..  Notice in hereby given that tlmty days aftei  date 1, Kditli C. Hoopci, Intend to apply to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Woiks and  the - Assistant Aoinmissionei of Lands and  Works for the Distiiet of Kusi ICootenay, loi a  license to piospect for conl anil petroleum on  the following described land situate about  three and one-half miles west of the. Flathead  Ittver and about live miles north'of the International Boundary, In the southeastern portion  of East Kootenay District, liritish Columbia:���  Commencing tit a post plumed ut the south  east corner and marked southeast corner of  ' Edith'C.Hooper's coal und coal oil claim, being the initial post iiclj'ucent to the northeast  corner of Michael Hunz's claim, thence north  80 chains, thence west 80 cliains, thenee south  80 chains, tlieiice cast 80 chnins to the place of  beginning and containing UI0 acres.  ICdltli C.llooper, Locator  , James Flshor, Agent  Dated this 23rd day of January, 1SKM.  Notice is heieby yiven that thirty  days after date I intend to apply to the  Chief Commissioner ol Lands and  AVorks and ihc Assistant ('oniinission-  ei of I duels and Works (or the District  of Kast Kootenay lor a License to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the fol-  lo\wnf4 described land situated on  (Ciutld Cieek in Lot 4"ii)3 Kast Koolenay District, Jiritiish Columliia....  (JommeucitiH at a post pliiuted/dh  Kintla Creek about one mile north of  tlie International Boundary being'-.--the',  mitral post wesa of and adjacent. tdP.Jdhn  A. Andre'.s claim and marked John S.;  Sulliviin'h southeast corner posptherice  west SO chains, thence north,80 chains,  thenee east 80 chains, thenee isouth 80  ehiiins to place of beginnin" pph.taiiiin'S":  040 acresinore or les;-.. '������:$k:X:.Xij  John S. Sullivan, Locator  ��� UeoroccN. MeGre��oiv;Agent  Located January LSth, 1004 ������'jXxi^'jy  NOTICE. yiyiiXXXX'  Xolice i�� hereby given that Jib days  after date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of L:mds and*Wdi-ksariil  the Assistant Commissioner offLarids  and Workb for the District TOfirEast:  Kootenay for a license to jn'ospectFfoi*.  coal and petroleum on the following'  described land situate on Kintla Creek  in Lot 4593. Kast Kootenay District,  British Columbia.     ,  Commencing at a post planted on  Kintla Creek about one mile north of  the International Boundary being' the  initial post we.st of and adjacent to  George X. McGregor's claim and  marked George E. Sutton's northeast  corner post, thenee west 80 chains,  thence south SO chains, thence east 80  chains, thence north SO chains to the  place of beginning, containing 040  acres more or less.  George E. Sutton, Locator  George N.'McGregor, Agent  Located January 18th, 1904. 9  Notice is heiebv given that ibnu diitsufiui  tl.Ut we Ihe undtisigiitd uiHiiii to ,ippl\  to the Chief C'oiiiintabJOnci 01 Lands and Woiks  .ilVntoria.lt ( and the l>(put\ Coinmission-  ei of Land-, and Woiks foi Southeast ICooltn.\  H C, foi licenses to piospect lor Co.il  and I't-lioleiim on the following dcscubcil  Kinds situated in the soulh-e.istein poiliou of  Last ICooieiuiy HC and about twelve miles  east of the town of Osmoi, I) C Hnd'about one  mile cast of the Houndni v Line ol ihe Canadian  I'm Hit Co's giant and cast of tlit .Voilb Friik  of Hit South I'oik ol Mithcl Click btingon  the ��tst sinpi of 11n- Itockc Mount.no i.tnge  and about ten miles south ol Cioh s N(*st  Pass  I. Commencing at a post pi in led at the  noiliiur-sl corner being the initial post oi  Andrew L Hoif's ilaiin and adjacent io the  noithutsicoiiici of.Ioscph llolf s tl.uiu tlienn'  south SO chains, tlimit e east 811 i luiins, tht'iit i  ninth 80 chains, llieni c wesiSO eh ims to pi it e  of beginning and containing (>I0 ai to-  Andit'H L lloff  Lotatoi  Willinni Mi Milieu   Agent  Da ltd J ii u   li, 1101  ; Coinnieiic-.nl.,' at ,i posl planltd at Hit  noillic.isl coinei of Joseph L Hoff's claim, b -  iug llie initial post tlicnce south SOih.nns  thentt west 80 chains, Lhontc noith 80 chains  tlitnt'o I'ast 80 c ha ins to the pi ut oi beginning  containing (.10 acies '  Joseph L  Hoil, Locatoi  ,      William McMillen  Agent  Dated Jan JOih   VM\  I    L'omuicnciiig   at  a    po-t  pi lined  at  the  southeast  toinei   helii^  the   initial   post    o'  Cleoigc   Mi kelson s   i hum    and    ndju'cnl    lo  Joseph L  Ilofi s t laun  Ihi'iii'e.noith 80 chains,  thente west SOcliaui-, theutc south SO chains  thenct easl 80 chains to the plm e ol beginning  containing W0 neios  lieoigc MiUelson  Locatoi  .,. ..-     .-.  ........       ...... Williani.MtMilli.il, Agtnt. .  ���;. '-i)itted-JaiiVaOtli;1 inoi.A:j'';' ;:;.jrpApv Ap  . -4.; Commencing 'at, a.-'. past planted^- at. the  ..souilHvest corner beiiigthe initial post ;6f Ole  !E.'Anderson's clnini, niid' adjacent to tlio north]  west "corner of And row X... lloff's, elaiiii, thenco  nortli-ASO/Aoliitin^  tli6iice'.'Ibutli,80-cdiaiii.s,lheiiceVwest SO ehiiins  to place or bPglniiiiigYmd'containing ti-io licre'si:  ���'���',-.'A'?.'.' X- '"���' A. .'.-'..bie E/Aniiei-son, lVocaidi*.'. .-"  ��� -at 'X '��� XX;' Xj^'rWilliiiiri'Jic'Millen. Agents  - .Tllatbd'viiiu; aitii/'ifioi.'-k'.--;'''';''';.'.: . 'yffX'ltXx ���':.'���  ^'5;''-.Conimcnctii^''>u'l::-'ii;-post;!J'!luute'd:v'!i-t'',tlie  hortheiist corner being tlic'-inltiuriio.se or'':��Jblin  O. Skniir's claim and adjitceht io the southeast  cbrnoivof:!Te]niii'rV:Aiiderson's,'chum.T.tiicni*c  south-.^^80 .. chaiiis.'- thenc:e; TAvesi Jr80 chains,-  tlieiice north 80 chains, thence.east SO'chain's to  poiiit.'Of liegini'ing'aiiel c^  It vS.-T':"���.;;���".-:��� 4p''H b.''Slia>irl Lc>c:iffor~A~  ij. Xx-iy'iXri'x'!yi-:1 wiliiam'McMillen;'Agent^.;'  '^I}ateclIjani,iotii;,l!ipl;.):: ji..:, XX:X'Xi:- iX::i,  i; B,';.Cdmmenbiiig'tat. a ,i. post/. planted: fat the  thence -outh H) c li uns tluiue cast Ml (hi lis  ihtntt noith 80chains thtnte west 80 i ham*- to  pi ice ot beginnii.g and tout lining dio icies  William H'ltchinsoti   Loc ltoi  William Mi Milieu   Agent  It    Coniint'iiting at a po*-t  planted  at  tlit  southeast comer,  Hit  smie being ihtniiti.il  post  of Coi a Touslt} s claim adjnttnt to me  soutlnitst cornei of Carl Gjobj'- claim thtnte  north    80  chains,    thente    west   So    chains  thenct* south SJ c hams, thente c ast 80 th nns to  jilace of beginning and coiitaiiiini.' 0-10 acies  Coia Touslev  Locatoi  William McMillen  Agent  Dated Jan SOtli  100-1  115 Coiunicnciug at a poct planted at the  southwest coi nc-i bting the initial posl oi C.ul  Ujoln s claim, and adjacent lo the -southeast  toiner of Coia Touslev s cliim thtni e noith  SOchains thente east 80 chains thtnte south  80th.uu- thente west SO chain- lo the pi let of  beginning and containing fllOncit-s  Call Giobv  Locatoi   Willi irn \I( Milltn._Agtnt���.  Dattd Jfin  "Mdri'iul"      ~ " s  NOTICE.  NOTICE.  Notice is heitbv give n thai. Hum dns altei  date 1 James llinton Intend to ippU  to the Clnel C'ommi-sionei ol Linds  and Woiks and the Assistant Com  inissiom l of Lands and WoiKs foi the dislilci  of l-Insi Kootcna\ foi a litdise to piospect  foi to.il and petiolcuin on the following de  sciibed land situate one mile wc-.t of I'Mathtad  Rlvei aiid'aiijoining the Iiueiii.itloiial lloiind-  urv in the southeasti-in poi tion of Lust ICoole-  naj Di-tiitt, Hritish C'oluinbla  Commencing at a post phintnl om iiille  vwst of the I'Matheiid rii\(i, and one mile noilh  ol Ihe linei national UouihImi\ uii.l uiiiketl  noitheast coinei ot .laun-, llinton s toil and  c oal oil i laun, being the Initial post uiljac cut lo  the southtasrcointi of William li Ilanmn -  claim, thence south 80 t halns, iliiiin e wtsl so  chains, tlicnce noith 80 chains llionet east 8o  chiuis to | oliu of commencement toninimni.  I'lOaiics '  1 uHit s llinton   Lpt.tloi  Voint is In ii In ���' mii t u til tli ii ti 1. t. -. ntcr  date I GilbciiH Ma-ui uiuii'i loapj 1\ lo lit  ChKI C oi'iniis-,ioii'i oi Lund- .ma W"iU- ml  Ihc AsM-t.'iit Conimi-sitjiit i ut ', n ds ,nni  Works foi til" lli-tru, of Lust is.oo'e m foi n  license to piospt.ii foi ioal and pi nolt uu< on  the following di -.cubed Lnd situate about two  miles north of Hit International Houndaie in  the Southeasuin portion ol Last hoottn-\  Di-int t Hrm-ah rolumbi.1   -  Comment ing at a po-t jil inted at iht south  west tornei and marked southwest tornei of  Gilbpit II Mastti s coal and coal o.l claim, be  ing tlie initial post adjacent to the -ouUi��msi  coiner of Willi im II Ilihon s claini ihtntt  noilh 80ch'uns ihenee ci-t "0 th un-, ihtntc  south 80 cluiiiis thenc west uo 'Lam- to Hit  plate of beginning and containing 1,40 utre>  Gilbeit II   Ma-te!   Loc ltiji  1 nines fi-lu 1   Age 111  Dan d (hi- I'Uli d n of J-inuan   !9tM  Vo"e      - 'nit '1  'Ll'   1    I'i >'J    1  'Lr ( Ine 1 f 1 mmi  l'.d Ine   \-,-..s 1 .1  Woiks It' i'n   li  1'  en-' to 1 ifi-i ec 1 10- to  1  , ' 1  the follow in-' de -c 11I1 ci! ci cl -ui  mill \ tsi of tin   I 1 itiK.ni llu 1 r  notice:  ��� ��������� 11 il  11   'un\ a iv-  afer  *-'  \ i  1-   n"( nn .0 .i|'pl\ to  ��� -ir'. 1 e.f I , (i j' d 'U orks  ( u 1111 '--u > 1 t.i Lata!- . nd  ni'' of 1    -'   '-mot. im'   im a  ]HtitI''uiii  on  *t abo'ii o��e  *n  tl e south  J  Koo en .  Ul-illet  .NOTICE,  Noti< e is In ieb\ gutn iinil ihnt\ da\s am 1  dan 1 Iltibfit 1' Uuckingham inicnd 10  apph to Ihc Chit! Ciiiiiniissioiii 1 ol L mils ind  Woiks md tlit "issi-auni Conunii-ionc 1 01  Land-, mil Woik, fm ihc llistncl of 1* is  Koott iiiij 101 1 lie tiisi to pio-jite tfoi toil anil  petiolcuin on tin lollowing ilcstiibeel liinil sii  tiate nuiiiii o.ic-h.ilf mile iioilIi of ( 1111I1I11 v  Citek iiiljiiiiiing Tii d C Cummins claim on  the ens'. 111 the sniithi asli in pome.n nl i: isl  ICooteiiM  Ijistuu   lii itish Columbia  Coininoiu ing    .11    1   pcKi   ])I until    al     th<  iioilhciisl eoinei^inil 111111 kid   11011 he 1-1 1 di iii 1  otHeibt'ill'   line kingh 1111 s coal  ,uu\   conl  011  e limn    hi lug lht   initial   post   mlj 11 cnl   lotln  noilhwisi  coinei   nf   Pi imk   W    liult s c I111111  tlieiut  south si) chains  Ihene'c*  wt-l su chain*-  Ihi'iic'i* mil 1 It si) 1 halns  tlicnce easl so e ham-le  plaet en beginning 11111I containing C>I0 aci t-  I lei be 11 P  Ij11tk111gh.ini, Locatoi  .lame s Pishei   Agent  IJ ited this il-rd,i\ of J limine    pirn  Oiilcd this I'Uli  James Pislieij  \genl  eliiTof JaniiaiN   1'iOt  NOTICE.  Notice is heieby given that thirty clays after  date I Itie'li.iid llnmill. intend to apply to the  Clner Commissioner ol Lands and Works, and  tlie Assistant Coininisslonei of Lands 'and  Woiks ft.11 the District ol Hast ICootenay. for a  license to piospcel foi coal nnd petroleum on  the following eleseiibi'd land situate about four  miles westol the Platheiiel Uivoradjoining tho  caste 111 bound.uj" ot Hdnii C Dickson's claim,  111 the southeastern portion of Hast Koolenay  Di-tuet, liritish Columbia,-���  Comineiicing ai a post planted ut the southwest coinei and mni ked southwest coiner of  Uicliunl llanuU's coal and coal oil claim, being  tlie initial post adjacent lo the southeast corner  of Kdiu C Dickson's claim, tlicnce north 80  chnins, thence easl 80 chnins, thonte soulli 80  chums, thence west 80 chains to the place of  beginning and coniaiuing 010 acres.  ifichntd Ilaiuill. Locator  James Fisher. Agent  Dated tins -.'Jul day of January, l'Kll.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that thirty clays aftei:  date I intend 10 apply to the Chief Commission:  erof Lands and Works at Victoria. li.C. for  a Twenty-one year timber Lease over the following lands in North Kast Kootenay: -C'bin-  inonclng at a post i>lantcd on the cast bank of  the Kootenay Kiver about seven miles north of  Lot,*lo'J0; thenee east 120chnins. tlicnce soiith  1 80 chains, thence cast -10 chains, llience uouili 80  chains, ihenee east 10 elialns. thenee south :M0  chains, thonce cast 10 chnins. thence soulli Hid  more or less to the north limit of saiil Lot 'l.'iwi.  thence west along said noitli liinil 2-I0 cliaiiis!  thonce north Hid chains, tlicnce west -10 cliains,  tlicnce north ^10 chains, thence west Id cliains.  tlicnce north 80 chains, tlicnce we.st 120 chains;  thence north 80 chains, tlicnce east 20(1 chains  to pluce of beginning.  Datetl this 17(h day of November, 1003.  ��� SE JOHN  KWIN.  NOTICE. " ..;     '.-���-���'  Take iiotice that in thirty days al'ter dale  we intend to apply 10 the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works and the Assistant  Commissioner of Lands and Works foi' the IMs-  irlct. of Uii'st ICootciii'y..-for licenses to  prospect for conl and petiolcuin on the following described lands in.Souili .Kast Kootonay.  About ten miles north of the .International  Homiilary and three iiiile.s_wcst of the Flathead  Itivcsr. ������-.".'���'���'' '..-''  ". a. Comineiicing at a post one mile west of  If, IS. King's' claim, being the norlli west,corner  post of D, K. Kerr's clnini', tlicnce south 80  cliains. thence east 80 chains, tlicnce north 80  chains, thence wcstSOehalii'i. to point, of commencement.  .        D. K. ICBItli.  LDcnte'd lice. Kith, 1!I0:I.  b. Comineiicing at the iioithwcst corner of  I). 10. Kerr's claim, being the northeast comer  liostof John 11. McDonalil's.claiii:, tbence soiith  80 chains, tlicnce evest 81) chains, thence north  80 chains, thenee east80chains to point of coni-  liieiiciiiiicnl.       A  john 11. Mcdonald.  Located Dee. 10th. IDO.'i.  c. Ce'inineiicinir at the northeast corner of  ,1'ohii II. McDoiiiilel's claim, being the southeast  corner post cif Angus W. Davis' claim, llience  vest 80 chains, thenee norlli 80 chains,  thence distill ehiiins, thence south SO chains to  point of commencement.  ANGUS W. DAVIS.  Located Dec. 10th, I'.hi.'S. -r>  northwest eiorher being-the iiiilial post of-John.  Anderson's claim, iind adjacent to the northeast  corner- of Joliii , b Skaar's .'claim,'-'thence  south 80' chains;---liieiice'-east-A 80 '-'chains,-  thenco 1101 th 80 chains, tlieiice wesl SO chains  to place of beginning and.containing (!I0 acres.  ��� John Andeison', Locator  5 Willinm McMillen. Agent  Daijil Jan. 20th. ti)04  7. Commencing at a post planted at the  southeast corner being the initial post of  Teminc Andeison".-. claim and adjacent to the  northenst corner of John O. Skaar's claim,  thenee north 80 cliains, thence west 80 chains,  llience sou tli SO chains, thence east 80 chains  to place of beginning and containing 010 noes.  Tcniine Andeison, Locator  "   ' William McMillen, Agenl  Dated Jnn. 20ih. 190:1 ,   '  8. Commencing at a post planted at the  southwest corner being ihc initial post of  Lmma Mikelson's claim, and adjacent to the  northwest corner or John Anileison's claim  thence no.th 80 chains, thence easl 80  chains, thence south 80 chains, thence west 80  chains to place ot beginning and containing (i-10  iieres.  I'lmmit MikeKon, Locator  Willinm McMillen. Agent  Dated Jim. 2Utli, 1001.  1  9. Commencing at a post plniited an the  southeast corner the same being llie initial post  of S. Swcsiey'f* claim and adjacent to the northeast coiner of George liatley's claim, .thence  north hi) chains, thenee west 80 chains, llience  south 80 chains, ihenee cast 80 chains 10 ihe  place of beginning and containing (HO acies.  S. Swc/.ey, Locator  Willinm McMillen. Agenl  '   Onteel Jan. 20th   1004.  10. Commencing at a post planted al the  northenst corner being the initial post of  George liatley's claim and adjacent to ihe  northwust corner of P. A. Shaver's claim,  thence south 80 chains, llience west 80 chains,  tlicnce north SOchains. thenco east,811 chains to  place of beginning unel containing 1M0 acres.  Geoige Hatley, Locator  Willinm McMillen. Agent  Datetl Jan. 20th. 1'JOI.  11. Commencing at n post planted at the  northwest corner, the same being the initial  post of Fred A. Shaver's claim, adjacent to tlie  northeast corner of George liatley's claim,  thetie:e south 80 chains, thence cast SO chains,  thence north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains  to place of beginning and containing 010 acres.  Fred A. Shaver, Locator  v William McMillen. Agent  Dated .Inn. 20th. I win.   -  NOTICE.  Nouie i-hen b.v giMii that thu t\ elms iflei  ilntel William II II.inna\ intend to apph to  the Clnel Comiiusmission of Lands me! Woiks  and the \sslsinnt Coininisslonei of Lnnds and  Woiks foi the Dlstilet of Lasi Kooicna\ foi a  license to piospee t 101 to.il and ptnolt 11111 on  the following dose nbed land situate two miles  noith 01 the Intelnntiomd Houndai\, idjoining  the noi iheni boundai\ 01 James Hitilon stlaini  111 the southeastern poiliou ol List ICooteni^  Distiiet  Hi 1t1-.l1 Columbia ���  Commenting .11 a post planted at (lie soiiiIit  east coriier 'aiid marked AiotitheastcOi-iiei'.or  ;\Villi:iiii 11. liuniiay's coiil antl 'conl oil: cliiini,  lioiiig'the initial.post adjaceiit to Ihe northeast  ..coriier of .funics Hintonls cliim, thonce north  80 ehiiins.' thencei west 80. 'cliaiiis; ilieiict*..south  80 chains,- theiiceeast so/chains to;.'tlie pliicc of-  .conunenceiiiciit, containing iyo.ucresrp;';'-.;-;  '';;.' A '-:y, William lLHainia.v.jLocator .   f  "A":; ;���-.-��� :'r;i.' "j'y'i'.'-\<'''^Jniiies Fislici*, Ageiit A  "TDated Iliis IHtli day brjaniiary;i!)0l.''-i -.','8'..';.'.���  ;^-v;->:!a-^?'^-tAt!''^nO^CE.';^ '-. yXXy-XyXyy  ' 'Notice, is hereby.'given tlinl.thiriy-elay's arieri  da te*' jT. ��� Krne.s U. Le? vy...-' 111 tend to a iipl y,- to :jl he  Chief CommissioVer,'of; Lands' 11 nil'\\rorksiii!c'l  the Ass is tail t Commissionerof f.aiids'.t W^prlcs  for tlie District o'f'Kast Kooieniiy foi' ij, license to  pWwpeet.foi-coal auci-peiroliiiiiiibii tlicj,'foUow'-  describctl liiiicl. situate..-'.two.': iniles wcsl-of'  ,F lathcat^ River, iindiid joliiiiig the. interna tioiini  llouifdary in the Splitlieasterh.poi'tion of, Hast'  Ko6teiiayd3istrict,.I3i;itisli Coluih"bia:;S^:,: iy'Xy  ,\.Cpinmeiicing;iitn post planted  .wcst.'eorher-'iin.l^  F.rticst;Lovy,'.s coal .iiiici^coai'.'oil'.'cliiiiii-.jVeiiig  the initial post adjacent io; tlie Tiiortht'iisv. corner or May A. II. Duthie's;,cliiiiiirtlieiice south  80 chains, thence easl 80 chains, thence iiorih.80  chains, thence we.st 80 chains to.' point of' coin-  ini'iic'c'inciil, continuing (W0 acres,   A  ICrnest Levy, Leicatbr,.;;.;  1 Janies Fislier, Agent ..:  Dated this lillh day 01 January..lilOi.���'���-'.'".V,  NOTICE.  Notice 1-heicln f,ntn thai thnn dais iflei  date I Kiank W lioll, intend lo apph 10 nit  Cluer Coininisslonei of Lands and Woihs.iiid  the Assistant Coiiiimssioiitt ot Linds anil  Woiks foi the Distill 101 Hist Koolen i\ loin  liieii-e to piospect foi conl ind ptlioleiini on  the liillowing dcstnbeel land situ itc about one  h ill mile noilh 01 Coulelie\ deck and ibuui  one mile west ol I'I illicit! Unci 111 ilit soulli  tiistein poi tion ol List Kooicn iv Distncl  Hi 111-.I1 Columbia  ('n1n111c1111ng.1t11postpl1111ic1I.1t  the1* northwest e oinei nnil  inaikcd  noilhwisi  coinei   ol  Plank W  Unit's coal and tonl oil   tl mil, being  the 11. Hi il post adjacent lo tlit  noithwt-i ten  ni'i ol Iici licit P   l!ui kmgh 1111 s  claim   ilienei'  south Sn tliiiiii.s.  thtnte ca.-t 80 tliain.-,. tlicito  nortli.SOcliid'ns.'tlieni'e.wejstSO cliaiiis to pc-iiii.'  of t*c>iiiiiibiit;c|iiciit,'aiidcontiiining;(ilOiici-cs.  ���������'���;��� <;.,';"'  ��� ApFriink'W.KOl!.:'��� Locatoi*.-,.  ���';:��� V: A-"."?- .'';���;'���: ;'-';���    ���', '���';���'��� Jnnies.Fisher.Ageiit  Dated 'this 21 st'daj;.pr^'iiiiiiiiry.''-i!iOl.-."'���':-.':������:.-,'  ' .stein portion  01  Unti-.li Ci'luinln 1  Coil.l'lHUIIr'Ji   1 po-l] 1 It'(> ,   M llu  -'j'llhwist  toiiitrnim unikid -jiitl,. t-t u 1 ' c J 1 ink  G Stee^na coal inueoal o 1 Juki oi ' _' 'h,  'lnti il jiost adjitci nt ro me seitj<<ii t-L co.iiriu  Ma\ Le-.i, - chi'ii ilifiici 1 or.i ��> ur'ii-  thtuce* ^ isl -ji (ham- ilitnte-juih sn 1 J.a.n-  thtiitt* west su 11111 us toji! it t of begin mr.-'crn  tuimiir' '1P1 .ie it>  I 1 ml. G   ~-.c   1 ii-  Lt i i'oi  I line - 1 i-bt 1    \.   nf  Dtli'il ibis 'Isl <1 i\ 11,  I uit  n\   J 'il  NOTICE.  r     _-_     , . __  XolKC   IS 111 II li\  _H I II lilt  I  till I t\   d,i 1,     111, 1  d��t" 1 M n f.i >\ mi ml o apph 10 the ( b 1 f  Coinnn-si in. 1 01 Liu] niul Woiks md 111c  \ssistiim ( omiiiiss'i'iii 1 ol Lmas md Woihs  foi tlit.Dismti of 1 ist Koon 11 n 101 1 lie 1 list  topiosptil foi . oal mni ]>.-ti i,], 11111 on ilu- lol-  lowmg de sf nb( ci land-ltui 11 tbovit loin miles  noilh 01 1 hi lutt <ui'Mil il il'/indi.\ in tin  soiillu isleiu pui 11011 of P. 1st Koiili na\ Disiiiul  Hi lll-li Collin,bin  ( cuiiiui 111 ingiit 1 ]>"-' ,il'iiti(l it tin -ouili  easl ciii'ni ind mailed -ouilii 11st ci.iuii of  M.ie L( w's >oil 1111 I 1 oil up 1 lull 1 n * 11 ,_j thv  initial pei. I ii'lj 111 nt 10 [be -,, i(j,ue-l i.. ni 1 ol  Flank G >tteens 1 I nn. ilie'iii ii'iuli -0  chains tin 'nt wi si SOi lunis linnet -outh si)  iliiiuis tin nei ca-t *-n 1 luiins 10 ihe plm 1 or  In gin 11 ni" 11111 1 on 111111 in < 1 10 ici's  '���lav  l,< \ \    I 01 mi'  I urn - Pishei, Agti.I  I Ml* il this 'hi due nf.Ian 11 11 1   I mi  NOTICE.. pAAAVpp  Notice is hereby given thill liiirty days al'ter  date I. .May A II. Duthic, intend lb'apply'10 the  Chief Commissioner of Lnnds and Works;'Jiitl  the Assistant Commissioner of Lands and  Works for the District of Kast Kootenay foi- a  license to prospect lor coal and petroleum on  the following described land situate'-about  three miles west or the Flathead Kiver nnd adjoining the liiternalioiuil Houniliiry ' iti the  Southeastern portion or Must 'Kooteiniy,;-Hritish Columbin:��� ���-������'..  Commencing at a post plniited n't the  northeast corner and marked Northeast*corner  or May A. 13. Duihie's coal arid' conl oil claim,  being Ihc initial post adjacent to^tlie northwest  corner ol Ernest Levy's claim; .thence south,80  chains, thence west SOchains,.thence; nortli't'80  chains, thence east SO chains to the place or beginning and containing tilOncrcs.       p '  May A. 11. Diitliic; Locator',  James Fisher;,Agent,.  Daled this ]<Jili day of January, 1H0L '       ,'.,. '���'  12. Commencing at .a post planted :n the  .southwest corner, the same being the initial  post of .Thomas Grant's claini iinil adjacent to  the norilieiist coriier of Fred A.-Shaver's claim  thence north SO cliaiiis, llience east HO.chains.  thenee south 80 ehiiins. tlicnce West SO chains  to plaoo.iif beginning mid containing 0-10 acres.  >Thomas l! rhiiii Locator  -    Willinni iMi-Millen. Agent  ,  Dated,Ian. ;.Mtb, 1001.  I'!. Coiaiiieiiciug at a post planted ill the  northeast, cornei'. the sainc btiing the initial  jiost of Alex. McPluielcn's cliiini. adjacent' to  the northwest curlier of Willinni Hutchinson's  claim, llience south 80 chains, tlicnce West 8(1  chains, thc-.net! north RO'cliains, llience east SO  i-tmill- to place; ol bt'giiiulug ami containing 1)10  acres.    '  ,    ' 'Alex. McPliiiilcn. Locator  Willinni McMillen, Agenl  Dated Jan. 20, WOI. ; ' ,  I I  11.    Commencing   at  a post   plained   at   the  northwest  corner   being   the   initial   post   of  William Hutchinson's claim and adjacent to the  northeast coiner of  Alex.  Mcl'hnden's clnini.  NOTICE. : p.p. ������"  Noi ice is hereby given ilun thirty days nflbi'  date I, William II. llinton. intend, to apply.-.to.  the Chiel Commissioner ol Lands and ."Works  for Hie Distiiet of F.ast Kootenny for' a license  to prospect for coal and petroleum 011 the following described land situate about two niilcs  norih ol the International Boundary, adjoining  the eastern boundary of Kdwiird .1. Dyer's  claim, in the southeastern portion of Kast  Kootenay Distncl, Hritish Columbin:���"  Commencing 111 a post planted tit, the south-,  jast coiner and inaikcd southeast.'corner of'  William H. Minion's coal and conl oil claim,  beiiiR the Initial po.si adjacent to the southwest  coiner of Gilbert II. -Master's claini. llience  north 80 e;hains, thence! wesl SO chnins.'tlicnce  souih SO chains, thenee''cast 80 chains lo 'point  of commencement, containing it-IO acres.  Willinni H. lllntoii. Locator  J nines Fisher' Ageu I  Milled this l'.Hh day of .liiniiii'ry. lillll.  -;;;;A;, ."-������.���.'NOTlCE.p.T XX:y.y::j.  A Noticep hereby given t],;a f.iijrtjv-iiays"iiric'r  Vliitei I^TAifelrbw,! C.'fl-tidoul.T'iiitend to apply to  the, CInpCJpiiiiuissioiici;,6r';Liineis:;iiiii|^ Works'  and' tlii* 'Assistant.Commissioner, ol LiiiulsV.'ii'iid  ���'.Works i'oi*: Hie Districlcl-, East Ivodlcsi'iiiy^'fbr.'ii'  licenses-to,prdspebiifdr coal: unci, peti-blecini bn.  tlie fell lowinpleprilieel liiiid'sitiiiitc^ii bbul/(v'e  miles north dl'thcJiitcriia I iijiitil Itdiuiiciii ry and  abou 1 two iniles; wesl. of tlie'ViiUheiieiTRiver.^n'  J.iic.'.'spufiicii'stcriV"-.|V>i1��ton.^pf..i'i5ii��t,^. Kodtciiiiy  DistrietWirlllsili Cpliimli^  -Coiinho'iiciijg iii a post plan ted lit'tiie ���' iVoi-ilv"-  ptts!.;co'rii'e^*.:and-'.'m'ii  'AndrewiC.-Klddnt's cdai.iiiid conl oil cjaiiii, libr'  ing.Uieiiiitial.pbst'a^djacen^^^  cprnor <bf .AViiliiiiii j; T(_;iij^ LlicncVc;  soutlipO "ch.iiiiiis',- tlieiice west SO chainsjlhe'iieiei'  northTS0;icliains;: 11101100"eiistv.SO chains tb^the  phiee/pr'bpgiiijiiiigjiiiii-lconi  yjyJXijXiyj ,/'kAndj^if C/.J{Ml(Mit,!Loc*atbi*.A A  -:;:;.'; :,:"':X 'A .; ,iA,c-,T-.'-,i.u1iesV|*'islier;-Ageiii.������;;���'  ; :i^iitcd'lhis'.21st cliiybf'janiiiiry,' liioi.;   :   '',  NOTICE.  afioi- '(Into   I   iiiti'iicl  Chief CoiuiiiiMsioiiw*  Sixty diiys alioi- cl:il.c I Iiitisncl 1,0  a]i|)ly to tho Cliiof CoiuiiiiMsioiiw* of  Ltuiils anil W'ork-s for iicrinissioii lo  purchase the foikVwinjf (k*.sc.i-ilic:(l, land  supveyt'it'l 11s Lot -lilt) ('Otinmjiiciiiy at a  post planted em the North. Went eonier  of .said.Lot e*oiit.ainiii;4' Kid iieres-'more or  less.  .     '    . . >   a .' .        ;  Dated this ITifli day or January, lillll.  :Y      .'������       ;   U. .Vi. I'HJLLKUTON.'  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given tlinitlic Koolenay  C'ltitnil Hallway Company will apply, lo llm  Parliament of Canada at Its ucx I session for  iiiiiciiiliiicnls to the Acts incorporating and rc-  lai'lng to the Company by cxtcii'ling ihc liiiu*  for Hie: coinnicnceuienl, cMensleiu nnil e.'oui-  plclloii of lis main line anil brunches, niul feir  titlirr purposes. ,  Hated al Cranbrook. H.C.. I*'ebiunry Ihth..  1WII. , .       '  HAKVEY. IdcCAKTISK&MUNllAH.  8 " Solicitors for Applicants.  -"A"/; XTX. vNOTlCE.,-'.';' xijjj:y'' at  ���; 'Notiee: Is hereby -given' ihiit liiirty '.days after  dnte i;;T\V;illiiiin,L(!ibsdii'.''lnieud to 'iipplyT'-to  the: Chief C'oininissioiier 'ar.-Liincls.iintl Works  aiiel the'Assisliint,Coiiimisisloiioi*ioroLaiicis.,and  .V\rorl:s'for,Uie'].')isirict.ciri':itst,:-lCdo,tciiiiy,;roi''a  license, to prospectfor conl ami pct.roldiim,.. oil  on llie following described laiiel "situate about  live iniles uoi-lbortlH! liiiornatlonn! Ifotinelnry  nnd iiboui one mile west ol' ihe Plirthcad.Kiver  in tlie s'builicastoni portion of P.nst, ICootenay  District, Hi'itisb.Colum'liia:��� - '.' . ., -  ' Coniineiieiug.at a posl planted :it Hie noi'th-  wosl corner'nilel niitrkcd northwest,coriiei-'ol  'Williuiu i. Gibson's conl aiid.coal oil claim, being the initial post adjacent io llie, nprtiioast  corner of Andrew C. Kidotit's claini. llience  soiith 80,chnins, tlicnce east 811 chains, llience  north. 80'cliiii'ns.-i.tlien'ce west'SO, ehajiis lb the  place of l)egtnningriind coiiliiiniiig ('lo'iicrcs.: ',.  ���'"'���f; '.-' wllliani l.^Gibson, Locntbr  :y '.".-.-���' James Pislior. Agent.  -;-Datt;ii,thls21slclay.or.Jauiiary,;i(i0-l.^    A.A.?.'  "���-������'������ ;.;a .;'������=......'.'NpTipB. .'a..;...', p.  Notice is hereby given that thirty days; art er  elate1., Prniilc' A.IIcwer. intend lo apply''to''the  .6hief Comniissioner of Liuitls and AVorUs iiiid  the Assistant; Commissioner' of Lands iind'  Worjcs for the District 01' Pnsi Kooienny.ror 11.  license to..prospectTor .conI and 'petroleum.,011  the rollowing'describc'd html situate about six  'miles north of thc^liitcniatidiinl "Boundary, tin  the .soiiiheiislcrii.iidrt.ion of .East Koolenay  District, Hriiisb Columbia:���u ' ..  . Coiniiiencingat 11 post ]ilau'ted at the sout.h-  'west corner and marked 'southwest corner bl  Friuik A, Ili;wc*r's;coa) and conl oil claim, being the.iniiial post neljiii'eni to,, ihc soutliensi-  coruci* oi John ICmpey's claim, thenct* north So  'cliains, thence cast 8u chains, iliciice south Su  chains, llience. evest 80 chnins lb the place of  beginning and contiiining(i-10 ticres.  .   , Prank A.'Huweh Locator- -  James Pisher, Agciif.  Hated ibis 21st clay of .January, nnil. s  '       NOTICE.     ... '���."  N'olii-e is hereby given Unit, sixty days after  dale 1 liili.'iul. lo npply.to tlieJChler Conimls-  sioner of. Lands nnd Works for 'permission 10  purchase' the following described land In South  Past Kootenny: Commencing at the .sonthivost  'corner of Lot ,'IOiW,' ihciicc norlli-(io chains  thenee west .'is chnins ofi links, llience south ,7i'.  chains toJ>the northwest'corner o! l.oi T'SOi'i,  .tlicnce cast HI chains 10 tlie iiorllit-asi tyirncr of  Lot .VSO'i,. thence seiiitli 20cliiiliistolliirnorl.il  west. Corner of Geo, 'Iiongins purchase, ilmnce  easl -II chains 0.1'links to the west boiiinlarj' 'ol  Lot (i:iriT, tlicnce north lll'i cliaiiis I'.t links In the  soulli boiuiilary'"f'Led; HWi'i; thence ivesl 22  chains "'.i-liulis-'lc/ plnri* or lieginning coiiliiiniiig  .S'iH acres iiieni* or li'ss.  Leic'itli'd tills 'J.'illijluy or.Jiiiiiniry, HUH.   '  r. k.'.i. iu:Tii'i':i:i''i)itM.-i,t)Ciit��r  NOTICE.  Nollce is hereby given Unit., sixty days .lifter  dale* I itiieiid'tu apply to'the Chief'1 'innmission-  erof Lnn'ls nnil Works lor.iiennissiem lei piir-  eliasc lin.; followiiii; ili'serlbcil In ml In Soulli  l-lasl Kooli-iiity: (.'oinnicnelng 111 Ibe inu-tli  west, cornel, of Lot No. lil'.ili; t hem-i'senitb i'0  elialns lo Ihc iioith' liouuilnry of li. Pniebc's  Timber l.ii-i.'iise. llieiie-c wesl lii cliains i" (lie  ensl boundary of Lot. No. ii*JI2.-thence north tin  cliains. tlicnce c.-isl -lei clii'iins 10 plnci-of beginning I'ontiilnlng in nil 27ii netes more or less  Located this 2.1th day of January  l'.iu.  r. 1HKNI0 HKKCKKNKI1IGI*:. Lociitor  NOTICE.  Noln 1 is lie lebe I'm 11 thin t 111 I (.**��� ilai- .die 1  dale I ilu Inn 1 linn/ md mi 1, ,ippl\ 10 the  Cine r ( iiinuus^ioni 1 uijLimls nnd Win I s mil  tho \s-islini Coiiiiiilssioin 1 il L 111.14 'md  Woiks loi (he Di-ii 11 1 e I i: isl Ivooii 111*. Im a  llie 11st lo piuspeei 101 iTrnTriirpTfiTiuTuiii on  Hit lollow ing <li m 1 ihe il 1 in 1 .ini.iit 11 bout 10111  mils noith^of tin lnti in it ifiiuil lloui din e id  joining Pic d (' C'uiiiiiiiii. 1 lain) on the noith  111 llu soailicitsl'*! 11 pen 11011 01 1 nst K'00b n.u  Dish nt   l?iiu>h Culuuini 1    -1        '  ('ouinifiie ing nt 1 posfphuiteci nt the nortli-  1 ast 101 nei mil 11111 Keel iim the i-,i cinnei or  MicliacJ llmi/ toil and tial oil Mi 111 being  Ihe 111111.1] poM iitlj.it ent to tht soiithtasl coinei ot IMilh C lioopti s ilaiin llience -ciuih  sOili.iins Hit nt e 1 cm "iicliuns thtnte 1101 th  St) chains the net cast si) 1 hum- to ihc place or  beginning nnd coii'laiiii.'n'g.ii 10 acres; '; .:,;;,; ;  '���;; "'y":':i:_:.-'. '..';' '���' ' A JMicInicl Iliiiiz, Locator.;-,'"  ;;',<'"--A;'. .T: ' ,;'���' X'i'.i ' TJainpPishoivApCiitAA  .   Dalc.d i,his 2Si-i'l diiy'.',oXJ.)'!iiiuiiry;.'i!H)i;';'.���'.������' ,  yj^Jxi: Xiii -''^NOTICE.;;:;; yix. X-'xiix-x-x  - 'Notice is hereby given, that tliir.tydiiys :iftei'-':,*A  tliite* 1, J'lUiiA'iilciitiiie.i iiitejnel;-'to".' applyTip; Hie., -  Cbiei'C.iniiiiiiss'ioiie:' or jiiiinls;iiijcl   Works;':iiiii'-  ���'ll,ie'''AssVsiaiH'^  Works for the DlsirU-.l  o( -l-Vasl, Keiotcmny, for n   -.  license to prcispoct ror cop iincl  ppirolciinv oii   ;  tiie rollb'.viiig'diisci*i'be"d*|>incl-^iit'iaicabout iiiie'A'--.  ;hair-.iiiil'e:iio'rth'-6r,'0i*iiy7j's'creel:'.oii ;At--noi'iltr ".  er.ii bciiuidii'ry';-of/.>nioA*ai: 1111 roe's; elaiiii,' i'n IhcV;  'souiheastcrri-port'iiiii'of.'Kiist.lv'oote'iu  Hritish ColitiiibipiTAA. pp '^.i;;.  .;.COini)iwicing aiTii.postiiilnifted at-'tlipnOrih'-p.  west'coi'ncjr'iiiid ��� iiiarked. tiorlliwesl-��� tiprtioiv/.oC:-:  Kiln .-Vii Ion line's ci'ia'l.hiid;ch:il oilTclniiii, being,:  ���tlie-i*iiti;irpoSt.:iidjiicpt-|.o;<i.b  iie'*or;Laiirn;M.vPra  SOcliaiiisi J.lu!iicfe;i*ast8li,'ciliaiiisi;itlioiiceTiio  .'SiJ1c/��ili!fivtheiic.e''-wes^  or beginHiiig;niiel'cOiif,tt'iniug (1 tilji\crukXj:X.X y:y:X  '���-fa'.yX:::p*;;.;y.'X i',''*"a' Ya}'-)'tiiip..;Lpcnior-rA;Vt;  iy.y\,-J-Xyy ��� TA-'!---; "���;"'-,;"- James Pis'ljer, Ageiiii" ';;'  .v'Thit.ed'iliiKSiM  :'jii''"'Xj'y :'*iX:y OT\&..yXjX':}ii.X"X-j-.  .^otiTOjgJiorcby givenaiiiitaliirlyidaysiiftcsr '���,���:  dine. \j ratii*iijr,;Prasei';iiiictid te'i apply toiJio-A  CUiic-rCoinniissioiieriif Litneis nilel  Work's"liiid'  the.   Assistant "Commissioner--of   Lumls   anil  Works   roi;'-; the'- District".cil''' Kiisi   lCootcinay  :'  for a    license*    io    prospect',-1(���.    ,,oui;  j,,,,]''   .  Iieirolouiii on tlie rolipwl'iig.de'siirliieef hind sii-"'  iiateon Xlrayes Creek,, unjoining. Pnincis   J. ;  Pin licit lie's claini oil. the'cast., liithc soiiilien.st-  crn i>ortion eif:Past koiitfjiiiiy   Di*4trici. iiritisli ���.-.���'  Goluinhin:���- ,, .       '��� \ '���;'.'' ,''"���   ...   '- ...      .;'."''  . CoiniiRinciiig at 11 post, pin 11 toiliil. tliq  north-,'���","  cast cornea* nnd  marked' northeast',corner or ���'���  1.11 tl nt i\l., Prasc.r'K cenil a nil conl yi I": cl.-'i i ni,   be-   -  iiig the iiiitinl iiost'iiilj.-ic'c'iii,  lo  ih,. 'southeast.  corner.'o'f--.lOdiui; c:.'  IMcUsoirs    Claiin., thence  .  soiith SO.cluiiiis. tlieiice wesl Sil cluiins,' tiiciict;-  north ''80 cliains,. -tlicnce cast 80 ,;t*.linins to .the    .  p.Jil.ce of begiiin'ing iind containing (WO acres!  A .  Lnui-a JI.Pi!isoi;.'Locaieir  a.. .      . '. "'���'.-!'     James 'Fisher, Agent ���".,.  Dated this 2:h'd day e,irjiiniinry;i'.'i)-l,T i     ,  -.-......,.;,. "T:. a: ��� NOTI(;'^A'f -.;- ������'..'���������'...���"..  ..Notice'is hereby given that -thirty days- artt.*r"  elate I, l-iclnu C. Otcksoii. intend fo apply tcfthe ;  Gliier Coiiiniissipner.'oi Lnnds aiid Works .iuid ���*  the. Assistant ��� .Coriiiiii.ssioner ,: of   Laneis   itiid  Works for the.pistrict of Kast  Kootenay. for :\.'  license to prdspect-.-for coal nnil petroleum" on-  thevfollowing i'iescr.lbed land situate about'one -.  liiiil' inilc nprtlicnst of Graves Greek ��� adjoining  tlie eiiistcrn -boundary "or ChitrlesH.' Winch's  cliiini. in   the 'southeastern'* portion   or.,Past  Ivoott'iiay'Disii-ici, Hritish Columbia:-��� ������������ "���-.    l  .',-Cpinincu'ciiig iit'u Jibst planted ;u the. southeast corner and .marked southeast  corner of  Kcln.ii C. Hiek-so'ii's coi'ttainl cciiil oil claim,  be-.  ing the initial post adjacent, to ,i!ie* southwest .  coriier of KichaVel lla.milr.s claim, thence nortli  ;  siii.'biiins. ihenee w'csiSO cliains.  tlicnce soiuh  Si) chnins. ilienec cast SO chnins to llie.'plnce of  bcginniiigiiiicl containing iim acres.,  Kilna-C. Hickson, Locator   , ...  Jtiiiit-s'. Plslier. Agent  '.  .   Diilcd (iiis'-2:i|-'l i|ny iif.liin'.iiii-y, r.��M.  AtA-Aw.'.  NOT1CJ3.  Notice is hereby given thnt'iio days iifie-riln'te)  Intend to'apply to tin- Ghie*r .Coiiinilssionc.- of  Lnnds nnd Works for perinission 10 jiuieliiise  tlit* following di--i-i-ibi;-il land In Souih. Past  ICooii.-nay:, Commencing nt a po-i 'planted :it  the sotilhwi'-i coiner ol 1.01 c,x\;. i.lieuee wc.-i  SO elialns ti,i ilu' i.-nst tiuiiuiliiry "(Lot. i;2l2  Ihenee iicirth fil cliains H'.l, lin l:s to Hie soul li  liiiiiiiiliii;y of Lot i'iSII.-i. ilieni-i-e-M-i 11 elinlns:��  ��� links til',tin- wesl . Iioiiiiiliti-y of c'cii. Douglas*  liiirenTise. ihoiiei;south 211 elniln.-, ihenee east  ���II ehaiiiMi.'i link.-'10 Ibe west bouiielary ol Loi  ii:i.*iT, Ibenc.'.! sniiili 111-idiii.iiis '.U link- In |il:i",-of  bi'giiinliig coienliiiiig iu n]l ;v.2 iie-rcs moie or  less,  LiieiHcii Ibis :j,m|i iln';, oi Jiiniiiiry, I'.iu.  '    A  '���'. If   Kl"l'lii-;ifi-'(U{|i. I.ocaior-  ..'������"     ,  ,      NOTICE.  Nutli'e Is lieii-liy i;iven Ilun, 1 Mily ibiys nfte-r  'bill.:   .I    illl.l'li'1' lo   ;i|i|.l>   IO llie    llcip.   Ibe 1,','llef  Couiuiisslonei-.il' Liiudsiiiiel Works for 11 liceiisi,.  lo piospecl for Conl unci I'l'li-i.k-iiin on ibe foi-  l.-iwliiglnuds: C0111111er1ci11gji1.il post innrkcd'  .1. K. Miillei-'s noi-iheves-t eoi-noi iifini; 1 h.) souih  west corner or K. 'J mil'.-, loention, ihene-e south  so cluiiiis. tlii'iicc cast su chains, tlicnce noith  Hli I'bains. tli'-n��-e west so chains; to plnce of be-  glniiiiig.coiitiiliiiiig (ill) iieres.  Dated January lib. linn.  J. K. .MILLl-'.H. Lociiior  r> x  .tallies (.'iimeroii.': Agent' PfX X
THE PROSPECTOR, FOKT STEELE,  B. C, "FEBRUARY,,^7,   1004.
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.'',   Kefiular 'meetings—1st   Tuesciny, in   cacti',,
moritti.ai'eight o'clock..  "V.isitiiig Hiphernpp
,;.' cordially invited, "yj  ';"■'''■ ,;,' .A'--',';    -..-<■■/ ■":.
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SATURDAY. J'MOJJ. -Si, l'XM
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1  LOCAL NEWS. 1
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I)...,Johnston and J. E. ^Grad^,
were Steele "visitors Sunday last.
-Miss Bailey   left ^Steele:. Monday morn ing for Ashcrpft.  f '■■'•::
IS1,. Hanson, Wasa,'was in,t£>\vu
Thursday:'-,";      '.'. x':' \, "  -.'•,'■,.■.«',''::.'.'■'■'-
',   \yui.';   Forsyth ' was'   at Gran-
0roi?ir^tnra':ry^)T^-uuSi;ue
• Mrs,' 'T.^C. Armstrong was  a
.vTsilor at. Graiibropk ;Monday.
■:y Dr.; Uiigli \Vatt:retdrned.from
tht'COirs't.bn.Suiiday last. \: y''x\
'.. -A"',.E.Brown,' Wardner, w.a's in
town Monday cm legal.-, business.
'Lent is here and-the advent, ol
robins comes next;: ■■■'-■ ■ 7  "j... ■■ ' y
,,pVs a, winter, resort ;it"is;a little
tob;\va:rm\ut 'U'^rt^pV rtli'iiV.-,- ;.:-;' -..".'..
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A: Xi-X ■■ixZFO&V ■ST^^LE,"B.;.C.^-;-yTTA;tA;-!
'A';(a Regulitr;-meetiri!>^2nd: Tuesday,iit
"'-each'month at eight 6'clqckp-P'A- Ap:
j'y:Sojourning Gompatiidn*are cordially-'
,;;;'::'invited.T'",';'""';!:^';;-'''^; 'X. AA-Ai'? ,X '.'■;.
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;aharve^,5 mcParter:&, dun&ar
a;..'"barristers and-solicitors '
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winter.   ;-';, '■".,. ■'■.. ':'■'■' .•■;'•■,,",' 'V-A
'  'On-, March;  1,:.';says', tlie-wood
inkri> it'W half of ,\,Tt)'ni',woOd.A''.; .'
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S Iinperial Bank of Canada
CAPITAL AUTH0RIZED;  $4,000,000 ,    "
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'     p  .;"  REST ACCOUNT    ,,-  ■•    $2,636,312    .,'    ■
Head    OfFice—Toronto.;
,T. R, MERRITT, President Di H.^VlhKIE, Yieo-Pre". :infl.,Ociu,Maii.-
AGENTS' IN, GREAT ; ;aR:iTAlpr-iloyc]s Ft-ink; .2; Lombard Sty,
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A OJenerul IJanldiig'Jinsiiiess. Trap'toted.;        ■•;!',■■■   '•'.;,
'(■'Savings Bank ;Depti.i'tiTiei:it.^.l'itterest,';:illowed,on deposits? ..'.' j'c
Cranbrook Branch,;
F. H. MARSH, Manager
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IThe Ganadian Bank ol Gommercef
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Paid 'up'Cu'pital $8,700,000: Reaci've:Pund $;!.000,000:
Ag-gregate Resources Over $S3,000,000 Nov. •3.0th,-' 1903.
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London Ofl'icc; <>0 Loin ha rd Street, E. C. ',       ;   ,
New York Office;  1'• Excliange Place.      ... A
Aiid 110 branclicjs in Oiinada aiid. tbo United States. •'..
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& yv\ii\iov .at 'Tt!\eTri|sideucfe;Of-N.
"'■A,yWallinger -rii'tirsday'.. :ii'xix.x:'
ttt <p^^;i^u^i^;Hsit-^k(M;;;
wa-iAUt;;, Critnorpok/ on;:'; business.,
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'frotnTthe. Crow's Nest^ wits -at;. the
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;;Mrs. N.;'t AATAWallirigep: was
visiting at; Craubrobk dtiring;the
early ;party'of this peeki!'y\   a :a '.
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ii\XyNoiayry y,i^
yyj'y  ' Colleotiori oIAaocotifits' atteinde(l.6tCK
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,': K"with'dispate!).;    Cort'espoiidciip-solie-it-
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::; -HenVy/Kershaw.- QiiTT^Ttiesday,,
'went. .tO; T:;Pe£"nie,Aqn    irnportaiit
business.   '.' :.t.,;;'.'   :x''J.X^"." "'■'■."■.■ 'a;
"""Itidian-iiAgehf ;R,,- EpT:-:':.G.al:
braith jyisited t thp;St;;"" ;Eugeite
Mission. Tuesday 1;;;;; .'•'' r.    ,t  .!;*''
^A'D'iv ^n'gli Wat-t paid;a/profes
sioiial ';";visi t;, tp: triers ti-'-'E ugehe-
MissibiV'Thesdav.-"rX'X: :':; " aaa
..Koic'V,'Stkhi.i" ' V>uy.i-t.i.ii'.Mbnt .Syn'iiiija'i'k Ltd
;-,. I'.IH Coii'ilun hill I Sl.riii.il.: I.oiicloii, I'inijliiliil. .',
N. A.   WALLINGERi" ".   FORT STEELE,-
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■i-.'pCl'VIL: ENGINEER,-' ":'j
Provincial ;''-''L'and--":-Sury'eyc)r
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GEARY   &, DOYLE.
Livery, a Peedj$ Sale:'Stable.
pA '; ■'■.-".Fbrt'Steeic'''l3.C.- ,-"'.-. i"■"■'
■"■'. Regular  Pail.y' Stag-e  meet?   all .
tftiins'.at'iForb'Stceie'Junctioii.  '
'' SADDLE^ PACK;. HORSES -.'
I.KAMINfi Ol-'ALI.  KI.NIIS A SHKCIA LI ^
Fori Steele :,. ,;'l;_p
.Diamond Jubilee
■ Hospital
, This 1 na tit ut ion : has.; in.->-u . rt-i'etiliy
etilar^'od by a now wing which is now
.open for-.-.ree."*pi.ion tlf pati.-nt-.' -I;'";
term.*-; apply to ,
.J: F. S.MITHJ Se^o.     '   [*'o't*t. -Sp.p-. B.(:'
.J.   HIGH WARDEN.
PIONEER   BiRBERSHOF:
Everything Strictly First Class.
-,.'   Next door to the Prospector.   .■.. '
.-■    ' .    ' ; NOTICE. .
Notice' is litM-'.'by given Umt thirty ilnys "Hi'i
eluie* 1 liittiii'l In :i,t'|)iy lo the-(.'lii'-l (-'Lfiimiii-
Hlonor e)f l.anelh nnil" Weirk-i,, Vhaoiia.' for h
'rw'i-.nt.VrcJiii: yitni' liinli'ir Ifa-i: .civurttlii- IoU''.\e'
ini; limits in''"Neirlli Kiisi Kii..l.i-.ii!i.v; -• i"'mil
iticni-.inn at it. pnsi I'lauli-il mi lliu i-a.-,i. Im n K «.!
the: Ivoot.t'iiiiy lt.lv.eir aliniil-si-v-ii mi!'-*, nui Ui til
Hut K'i'.m;. tlic.ni'i! i,-ii-.t. *•') r.liaiii'.. Iln-.m-" nen-th
Jilllcllllllis, llilillce*. eei-nt-lilollllln... l,li.-lli-i- 'ti'irlli
ICD'cliaiiiN. I.lie-iii'i: wi.-si liii-liiiln^. :>ii'iii-i- mull.
Siie-luiliis, Hii-iic'i' wi'st-in i-li'iiii'.. Ih'-nii- nnrlh
ll'.O i'.IiiiImh. lli'-nii".ive-sl Itii.'lnilii*. th'-iii*- iif.rtli
KO I'liains'. tin-lie* .ivrst .'I'.'iii-li iiii.-.. Hii.'iii-i', si nt 111
("d chnins, HiciH-r I'lisl in i.li'ii.iii... Ilii-iie*''s'ii'iMi
li'.O c'liniiiK. i.liciie-i-..iis|.|»,i-lialii*-, I In-ill.'.* scniili
wi f.lniiiis, i.lii'i'iiie' i-asl In uliiilns.'Hh-iiit .sout.li
i ml ei Im ins, tli ■-ni'i* i*:i st. Ii( t'tin I ns. thi'iir" -'inili
SlUi'li'iiiis. tln*ne*i-"list •lin Hiiiiiis' In Hie pliie't!,
"f lie;!.ciiiiilnj:.
Iiiile-il llii> i;tli day eit Novonihor! IPIl'l.
r,- aniikf.w i*. i;i;.\ri-:.
•'■'.A-''Gb'.veriimeiii;'!i^
j'wbni/tb". .I^.is i:ii'iel'-^.iivesEl^
;cia.l-;bbsi hessi^i'ix' {Xiy'y^Z':^i'X'-:x:
.Tv.iV.H.-.p'.-'■■■-'■ •   ..•'''.■ ;;,;-.";.,..., --A-■';-.>;-. «■;.-[:■■ :-■ rp.'A
■; -'..C-;: E-'Eiblston; vepresentmgthe
C lii® a T isda 1 If-' Gcc y^-'VSn'cq nve r.
was i n%wii Salinrday la'sKA- - -:
■'-■'.•'"'       - .'   y        \   ,:   -   ''■"    '     '-''.:.     -'i:'i:--.    ■' '■'
; ;: Thcire has beerTa heayy;:sno\"l:!
taliAitlong.; the \ Crp\y:s Nestlinb.
durihg the past weelc.5: ■:.''■ ;A-; ..-'.
a It is said thatTthefair liiaiclens
of Eprt Steele a contemplate a
Leap BalLak the Opera'House-in
the near,l:utu'rco       ,.   *   ., a ;' ,    '
;." Mr. ''aiid' Mrs. A.:C.   Bowness.;
'and'Mr.  and   Mrs':   'Wm; Small.
Cranlirool*:.   wereT registere'd   at
the Im.perial, Stvnday   last'.'   ..'.':
The many friends of Ben VVerden
will,, be:. sorry ..to^'learn that,he
has' been; sei'ionsly ill "for l.he
.past Cow,days..:.;.:;;. a,j.;1
.-. The .:.citizens o'f Macleod "/tire
aiald'hg: an- ell'ort to .have the
'Crow's 'Nest"' Tine extended t,6
xheii'.town in the spring. ■ ■'    ,|
Shaving^ Hair, Dressing"; Pafioi'
-,    _t  .,',_ _   .,      ".-    '*  "'.^ '. '"'■.'_'   ''""■/,   ■'''.' ""'   ./ "V-''y '''■'
'yx-tx7t ';,',r;,A::''>:ext to'OrientaLHotc]'^^; V: v "
■'-. -iy: atv-FORT iy ST E E L E {' y B X'C XyX ;."A",,
All;'Kinds; of Hair j<y\[ov\iy&^Specialliy:
AS£'p;"GR.^^^
„■.-';'x'-ix:■:.■;' ;.';!:LQst^''-;":-iipl;p;p..A'
Heavy gold chain with, gold
locket attached, -lost■•'., between
.Carlin's '-sf.ore. and , resideuce.of
iSf."'; Ay ''.Walliiiggr, '• §5 reward
will be paid to finder, upon leaving :thesa.me: at The "Prospector office:        a    ;'
•Mi's.'--.Chisholm'", and -children
were visiting- iii ■ the <Btil,l river
placer ,eai;hp .during, the - /latter
part io f this week.
The regular nioiithly meeting
of North 'Star Lodge, A.P.- and
'.\ aM;. - will' ;be held at Masonic
Hal!,Tuesday.March 1st. "
'Mr. and Mrs. ■ B. Huclvle and
Min.s Draisey returned to Steele
on 'Saiurday last. ■". Mr.' Ruckle.'
Jims rented the, Hanson cottage
on Hazel Street.
Ch'ee Bing ' CTian','' who is
charged'\vith stcia-liiig from Luni
Kin. the Chiiiesu , butcher, will
he'tried in the'March sitting ol
tlie Countv Court a1, l^ernie.   ."
Miss.   Onniiiiigiiaii'i.    sister   of
Mrs. 'Dr   Brodie, wilj leave Scoi
land   (in   lli'e   ,11th   of ..March for
Stceli'., 'in (."oiiipa.iiy, with Lie v. .).
'V.. I'lirgui'soii a.iid family.
Mr. 'Flipper rj.lal<ene,v„ princi-
pii.l ,.o,!' tint ptililic school (.'iili.T
ta.iiii'il ;i niiiilhel" of ,v>u ng people
;i.t: lii.s residence ori liock'y Aloini-
lain .\\(ui!ic Tiii'.silay evening.
! I. was. a hi.rl hda \' pa ri v.-
'f I! I-. M.-eSTI-.l.* MHl.'ll AV1C S-ITKi: T.-Mi
S"AI' li'*al-. mi.I ,-i.fii-ii- llu- sliln, wliil'-
|'r'>in|ill.V i-l'-iiu- ilu' .! "l i;;.-;im'. nil. I'lisl., e'lc.
I nvalillilil'- fi-) ni'-' liani'--.. fniiii'Ms, -,|iii|-|siii'-ii.
I'"n/c simipli- em 11• ■ ■ • ■ ii.i nf -jr. for postni,'!'.
Alliint Toilejt Siih|i i'n.. Mfr.s .Menu mill.
St: John's Cliurch. of England.
■-,' Services ,,\vj 11 be beld - i n the
'Chyrch of St. John-.-.the. Di.vin,e,
every Sunday evening At 7:80 ,ex-
cept,-6n the -third Sunday in pach
mont.h"wlien'the service1 will be
held at; 11''o'ciock?.,a.imiii'
Holy Communion , will be administered at the .''...close'.'of' the
:servi:ce.' v. a a"
.'Strangers are'welcome.   . .      ;,.■
'•'■  ., ■■PKESBYTEIJTA'N.  CHURCH.   . :',
*■■ Divine Worship will be; held
in the ' Presbyterian Church
every Sabbath morning , at ; 1 1
0:clock.'      ■ '"•'■ ;..' "."■■
Sabbath School every Sunday
morning at ten o'clock.
Choir  practice  every   Thurs
day evening at 7:30 o'clock. .
Pastor:    W. T. JOHNSTON.
;  A; Business:Propqsitipn.*v
'; "If,yo|hai*o:goi.n^Te;iytti.cai'erul tsoIS
•:tipn/o'f':yo^
.joyinentbf-yoitr t.rip;;,;Ifitf:i;sja.business
ti;iij;tim.e :is.:fcJ:ieplain cpiisideriitiqii':-2; ii'
ii^f;pleasifi;0 °ti*ip,T rf/cenery ; anii^
:venienc(3S;;;iiu'cl;;. c2(im fortsT.'b.tv';a-,aiioclcrn:
rai.lt'C)ad-:---TA;*;;A'T"-;:-?p"Tf"-;^-.;:TiAr yxyyy-x.x
"■ ;W!iy .not;., coiubino. all ;hy using-v'tlie
eLLLiNois^vioiirisr^
'Diito;:]:5oad.;£'i.*iiiiiiing''.'.twci.-.-traihs claily
i'l'oin; ■:St:\-: Paul and; Minneapolis.-; and
from  Omaha,   to  GliioaU'C). ;-Y .I'roe. Itc-
blinin."', Chair. C;u*s'. the' la-iiious; Biill'eii-
Librai*y-Snioki,n<Ji' Ga-i's.all trains vestir
billed'..'; TiY,, short,  thoi'dnylily ' nibdefii:
thi'oiigfioiifc. .   All  tickets', reading' via
the Illinois-Ceiithi! will be  honored on
these trains and no extra fare ohargred.
Otu*-rates are  tlie .sain'e:its those 61"
inferior    roads—why  T;nbtXgeX  your
money's worth'-1.:      .;',,'      '';-''.'"'■ -:"''--
Write'-fpi'. ft'tll particulars".''-'"'!..'." .-   '..'ji
;,]. C. Lindsev, .T.F. & P.A.     '':.:.',
A.1.42 Third .St.. Portland, Oreg'on.
B;;H, TiujJiuuLL.'Coiniiierciial,A-ient
,-"■'' "•'■ 142 Third St., Portland'..Orog'on.
■" ■- ,-        '',"'■       ■'"■' "    '■'•'■■'   ■        c '• *    " '■ A ;    '
.. ' P...B. Thompson.; P.'& P.A.:  ftoom
1, Cbl]t'iiiii"..13'ld^..,SeiiU.le.-'\Vasli.''.'     '-"'
'x^i'iC'ii -V
F6it
Dan Monroe returned Wednesday from a trapping expedition
on. upper Bull river.
Mrs. F. Binmore and Mrs. H.
Reineir.an .yisiled Cranbrook
Thui'sday." ■■''•' .,,,'•'
SH0RTL1NE
BETWEEN
STPAUbCHICAW
"^ CHICAGO
fli\£
rr-
R.. Christie, L Sawyer sincl H.
Howe, .laffray, were registered
at tlie [.m])ci'iiil Wednesday.
'I'. W. Ferguson, representing
(I I'conshields it Co., Vancoiiyei",
was doing business a,t -Steele
riinr'day.
"Motiiitain, Iiii Ice and l.ii vu'r",
is the title of a ijoo.klet issued liy
the (-.'olden Hoard of, Trade.
The. lill.le pnlilicat.ion is a, credit,
lo (Joldeii, and the Star printing
ollice.
Merril (luintiii'caine up from
Bull river Monday.
'., ! Y'pui' attention is •oulle.il to the
"Pionocr Limited" trains of tlie -:'Alil-
waulcoo it St Pa i ill tail way." ''The only
perfect trains-in. the world."1
Yon will line! it'desirable lo ride on
those trains when, going' to tiny point-in
the Esistei'ii',Suites or-Canada. They
connect '• with all Transcontinental
Trains, and'. all'' Ticket Agents sell
tickets.   ■'•' ■
Por further information, paniplilcts;
etc, ask any Ticket Agent or ,     '
It.  [j.  KOHO, II. S,  ltOWl':, ,
Pass.  Agent, '  Ccnera! Agent,
SPOlvANI'l . POIlTLANn.
ANDREW    NEI DIG
GONTRftGTOR     and    BUILDER
HOUSIO ANH SKIN l'AIN'I'INC; '
.   CAi.OliMININC! iinel I'A I'l'Il.', 11 A NO 1 NO
KORT STEELE  I!.  C.
IS'"   All   work   promptly done.
Steele;
S o 1 e A i> e n t s:. for the
This 'Steel isTguarahteecl to be equal, to Jessop's or, Firths in al]
•■"■'•'   ■''■'■ >•'-..-   "..,;6- " ,    ..'■-... '":,.'.".        '■''   '.  ■-."■• ■'.:•■'.■ .'■' -•-. ■•    :   ;'o    --.;',>"      -
■'.   Hard Hock Work.        a a'---■ .pp-p-;a-...----a.x-x:y- ■■■'■y'y-'.x-x ..■'.
SOLI'ViVOHNTS
brow's Nest Goal company
Sole" Agents
A,'..v"..7.ppAA^
Ageiits'lor the; "MA.SSEY    HARKi;S; CO./ Limited:     '.'.'.'";-:   '   "■
Farming   Implements.
^?n.fTHn??Tf??f?T?nT?M?Tr??T?TnTT?TH^T?T??T?n?T!Tn??TmT?mT?Ufc2
:.'V 3!
Genera I IMerehei ti t A^D
L^ictvipr' Dealer,
S^     MannCactureroC all Kinds oi Lumber,       A large assort- ' p3
^ " ment of seasoned Lumber and Shingles always ''"'2
S^- ,       on hand xZZ
*~~ ■'.*.'   - —m
iw—■ ,'■''' ■ '*m
*-■■ DIMENSION-,    LUMBER      A '   SPECIALTY. '•; 3
Port  Steele
JVleat Market
T. ROBERTS. Proprietor.
Fresh and Salt Meats Always On  Hand.

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