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 l,!'>.-iry of Log A*t  (  (  I   <  i   ���  o  X i  -7  V  Co  X  \'  ' e.   \  Voi. IO.  FORT STBBBB, B. C,  SATfJJ^ZJA^, 7-  BBRUARY 20, 1904.  No s:  Vis  \  BURRIBD   BY  SNOWSLIDE.  Narrow Escape of Surveying Party While 0 Surveying Estella  Group of Mines.  Tracy Creek, Feb. lfi.���Peter  Ray m or was buried by a snow-  slide this afternoon while engaged in surveying tho Alice mine.'  T. T. McVittie, P. L. S.'.with  a party oi sixmen were engaged  in surveying the Alice mineral  claim, one of the Estella group  of mines, when without warning  a slide came down burying Peter  Raynier. Prank Williams' was  buried neck deep and was extricated by his companions. Several  others of the party had narrow  escapes. Dilligent search was  made for Raymor's body, but,  owing to depth of snow,'.some'30  to 40 feet, it wasmot recovered.  Steele Brewing and Malting Co.  Ltd.,���capital' $1 DO,000 in 7-10  shares of ��200 each. To acquire  a hrewiiigjuisiness at. .Fernie.  Four applications to purchase  and one, lo lease lands, 13 for  timber.licensos and two for coal  prospecting licenses.  'DISTRICT NEWS.  Communicated.  your  the  EDITOH PUOSPECTOIt,'  '   Dear Sir:���        ��  In last week's issue of  esteemed contemporary,  tCranbrook Herald, there is, what  , is meant lo bo a description of  "The Pawnell Party" purporting to be from ii Fort Steele cor-'  respondent.   ,    , , ,.  This.person is evidently under  the impression that ho is a smart  man, but as you know, sir, most,  smart men need common sense;  in this case the common sense is  sadly lacking, or the correspondent would have verified tho  .spelling of his victim's name  " which is not, Pawnell.  ' However, that is a minor point  and not worth cavilling at, but  under a heading in a newspaper  one does expect to find some information relative to the heading; =jn this instance expectations would noti be realized, as,  altho there is-an'effusion of some  78 lines, but' very few of these  touch upon the subject of" the  ' party and, then only in a general  way, the balance being expended  on totally irrelevant matter and  the correspondent's personalex-  periences of moccasins and  whiskey.  One would gather that the correspondent views dancing in-the  light of a crime, as it "was done  at the Opera House,'" if so, there  were a great many criminals;  andrhis opinion evident' though  veiled that the ,dance should  have been held at Cranbrook is  only on a par "with the other  solecisms.  The first two paragraphs deserve an oleograph; for unadulterated impertinence they are  unique and if is a great pity that  the originator of the'phrase  "damned with faint, praise"' is  not alive to see how aptly it' fits  this atrocity.  It may be possible, that T have  mistaken tho spirit of thncontri  button, and that it is not, intend1  ed as a travesty, but if so it  should be so stated as my sense  of veiled humor is not abnormally developed.  More seriously, it is a pity  that my friend Mr. Simpson  could riot command a correspon  dent more suited to the occasion  and one a little more endowed  with a sense of courtesy.  Fort Stuhus Rksidknt.  Morrissey News.  Uispnlcli, Moi ris-i'y Mini",.  About IS loads of cedar posts  daily are being 'Cut and hauled  from the north of (own lo the  C. ,N. S. (rack hero for shipment.  Jules l-lurel and D. McDer.mot  were in Fernie. Wednesday, putting through a huge limber deal."  The consideration runs up in  four, figures.  Tlie colored gent named "Morgan, who assaulted lire-boss  Heathcote last week at the mines  here,' pleaded guilty before ' si i -  pcndary magistrate Forbes in  Pernio, and received a'seulenop  of three weeks hard labor in  Fernie jail.  ��� Robl. Gillis, who during iho  absence of his " brother. .1. AX,  has been in the store, al Morrissey, went to Cranbrodlc hospital  on '" Tuesday���typhoid. , Malt  Ruokondorf,, of Morrissey Mines,  will conduct, 1he store" business until the return 'of J. A.  REPINING S,  Mining Items of Interest���A Copper Record.     <���  ���Less than 200 tons of copper  were produced- in Ihe United  Slates previous lo 18-17. During  the'year 190- no less than 272,-  700 Ions were produced, being a  record year.  Fernie News,  l-'iniii tlie Flee' I'll.'-.-. l a  Thos. Cavm.'ol" Cranbrook,"was  in town over last' night.  Government. Akron l Armstrong  came in last night and left, for  hischoino again on,this morning's'  'express. > ' "   .     ���  Gen. Managqj." Stockett and  Gen. , Supl. ,. Dri'rinan were at  Morrissey Jast Friday and tit.  Michel yesterday on official business.        , ' -  Five prisoners at the jail refused to work yesterday and they  were brought up before Magistrate Forbes" It developed that  tho "strike" was organized by an  Italian. Ho was 'ordered into a  dark cell for two days' on half  rations. Tho others wore locked up in the cells until they were  ready to submit lo prison rules.  Half an hour later they were out  shovelling snow.  Announcements.  The following announcements  are contained in the last issue of  the "British Columbia Gazette."  '��� A return is published'showing  that 4ii coal and 'petroleum'prospecting licenses were issued dm;.-.  ing tlie month of January.  Crow's Nest Pass Coal Company  Toronto, Feb. VA.���Tho shareholders of the Crow's Nest Pass  CoaljCo., Limited, held their 7th  aunual meeting at their head  oftices in lii is city yesterday  afternoon. The net prolits.for  the pasl'yoar amounted to 8;>10,-  -192.2H, which., together wilh a,  balance at the profit and loss  account from 1002 and the sum  of !?9i:;.fi20.2f>. being the premium received on calls paid on  now stock, made an aggregate to  the credit of the profit and loss  account, 82,17 l.fiJlO.-li). Four  quarterly dividends' of 21 per  cent, were paid, and tlie balance  carried to profit and loss account  During the year nearly $1,000,-  00() has been spent on plant development. - machinery, etc .  adding to the efficiency and capacity of the mines, and the operating of the coking plant. During the year satisfactory progress has boon made, notwithstanding that the progress was  greatly retarded by a strike of  the company's minors. A three  year contract with the liieii has  however, been ma.de, and there  will be no more 'labor -.trouble  during 'the lifeof: the agreement.  Mr. G. G. S. Lindsey, third vice  president, now ���{ performs ' the-  -duly of managing director, and  lie certainly has reasons to congratulate "himself on. the excellent showing he is enabled lo  lallized galena in llie world have  been produced by' the .'loplin,  Mo., lead and zinc mine.*.. Those  specimens are noted the world  over for their beauty and gi.ven  :i back-ground of.puro while dolomite ,the galena cubes make a  most satisfactory selling.  Some of the Australian mines  have attained remarkablcdoplh,  as may be instanced, by Ihe New  Chum railway, shaft at Bondigo,  Victoria, having now reached a  depth of o.iHH) feet: this'a verli-  cal depth The temperature at  this depth registers 109 degrees  F.' Minors, in order to carry on  work at this depth, a inconstantly sprayed with water., The  Tamarack shaft, Tamarack mine  Michigan, is the deepest mine  shaft in the world.  If is estimated Hint beneath  the earth's crust there arc about  S.uOo.lKin.000,000 yards of coal at  depths available for the use of  man���in found numbers a liltle  over 7,000.(100,000.000 tons. Of  this store Great, Britain lias  available for use aboii"  part,   oi  estimates: 'l-l">,000 , millions of  tons. ' One would hardly, believe  lhat Groat Britain, though if. has  hardly reached'the fullness of its  growth or the full development  of its civilization, consumes more  than. i::,0,0|V',0'JO'!lejn.-3 each year,'  a rate of consumption that would  exhaust her whole store in about,  000 years. Tho world's store, it  is estimated! will 'be exhausted  in about 2.000 years.  $20,000 to tho Manitoba University to enable the,institution to  extend its science department  now needing development.  'ft is slated" that the'Duke of  Connaught. has refused the newly created post of inspector-general of tho army, on the ground  that public policy ' demanded  that it should be given to lieutenant ^genera1. Grenfell.  Russia is confident 'of success,  and when the proper lime comes  will crush  Japan.  Dr. Manuel Armado has been  elected as the first president of  republic of Panama.  LANDED 120,000  TRO'OPS IN KOREA.   '  a  Russians in Chicago Going Home  ��� Can Traverse Korean Country  Sabered 400 Japs.  WAR   XOTKS.  LATEST EASTERN WAR NEWS  Important Movement of Japanese  Troops���Two   Russian    Warships Torpedoed--60,000 Troops  < ��� at Wonsan.  a' fiftieth  according   to the best  Silver-lead Quotations.  Now York. IVb. I'i:  Bar Silver   Oil;  Mexican Hollar*     V.. ..  '4M  be;id                .   '      .   '      ,-U.">  Copper   lri.oO  Spell or ....                      r..io  London.   I'Vb. '111.���Silver.    2"  "    -f-d:  copper ��511   Ills   d:   lead.   X"ll  1  12* (id:  speller. C2J   I5��     d.  ���Market Conditions,  ' Load   is   stronger,    owin  g    lo  Certificates   of.  incorporation  have   been   issued   to .the  Fort' make lo his board of directors.  pressure to purchase.   '  A belter demand for lin-resull'-  ed in higher prices. t j  Copper advancod'in Lo'ndou.  ���   Silver is again up to ."ill cents,  and to the  silver-load   producer  loolcs as if il, would   advance  beyond Ihe 00 cent mark.  News Notes.  Not a .single Chinaman entered Canada during January. The  increase in the poll lax has evidently put a slop lo Chinese immigration  Dollar wheat was quoted in  Toronto Wednesday for the first  lime in several year'-, that liguro  being offered for Xo. I Manitoba  hard.  Custom officials at Vancouver  have received instructions from  Ottawa not to permit coaling of  wa.i;sliips of belligerent* at , any  Bri't.isli'Goliimbia, port,.  The sit.iia.tion hi, the Balkans  is creating "''great"' uneasiness.  The -Austrian 'government will  mobilize two army corps for Llie  p.iii-po.se-of guarding the Balkan  frontiers, because of fear thai  Turkey will--provoke Bulgaria  into war.  Lord Strathcona   has   donated  London. Fob." IS.-���Japan is  most,- successfully keeping her  plans secret. Not a single item  of news .which could bo of possible service to tho enemyhas  been permitted lo leak out.  One ,of the niosl important  movements of Japanese troops  yet s;- made 'is occurring today.'  One of the main branches "of the  army, consisting of three divisions and including a division of  guards, is-now, going on board  of transports.     \  Jl is believed that the destination of this force is a-point near  the Yalu river or a spot on the  Liao Tung peninsula Hanking;  Port Arthur.        ,  Berlin, Fob. 18.���Reports have  booh received,of.Japanese landing operations _ on a vast scale  taking, place tj on ,bofh of - the  Korea:/-oasts!'' Possibly 2r,0.000  Japanese troops will, be in the  field before a collision lakes  place w.ifh the Russians.  Copenhagen. Feb. 18.���A dis-  patch has been received bore  from Wisby. island of Goltland,  saying that six Russian warships  passed (he island February Kith,  going south:       <,  St. Petersburg: Fob. IS.���Admiral Makaro is' to succeed admiral Stark at Port Arthur.    ,  London. Feb. 18.���The Japanese legation ojlicially contirms  the report, that the Japanese torpedoed two Russian warships at  Port .Arthur last Sunday morning. '   '  Port Arthur. Feb.' 18.���The  reports thatIhe Japanese have  concentrated about OO.UOo troops  al Wonsan. on the east coast of  Korea.' wilh the object of entering Manchuria, are confirmed. .  ' New York,' Feb. 17.���According lo information from Kiel,  says the World's 1-1 am burg correspondent. II Russian warships  are expected to traverse the  Kaiser Wilhehn canal on their  way to the east on Thursday  next. Permission for their passage has already been received  from the German authoritii's.  Senator 100 Years Old.  London.' Feb. 1,7.���Tho correspondent at Chemulpo of Ihe  Daily Express makes the 'astonishing statement thal'Japan has  alreadylanded 120,000 1 mops in  Korea, mO/OOO of whom are extended alongdhe fighting front  south of the Vuln river.  The Paris edition , of the  Now York Herald says: -l(>0 torpedoes, being two-thirds of Rus-  sia s entire available supply of  these articles, were destroyed on  board the Varig at, Chemulpo.  , Bossiso���The 'departure of  general Rcnnckamff for the front  today was the occasion for a  great, demonslration of patriotism. H'e was carried to Ihe rail  road station on the shoulders of  his fellow members of the  officers' club.  Chicago���Russians in and  around Chicago are Hocking back  to, Russia 'to enlist in tho war  against,the Japanese. At the  Russian consul's office it is said  that 000 men already have started for Russia.  Seoul���The Korean , government has granted the Japanese  the right lo traverse tho'country  It is reported that Japanese warships have trapped threeJiussian  ships at Yonganipho. No details regarding the,result of the  naval exploit'' havo 'boon re-  ceiyed.       &  Yokohama���The criiisor iSrish;  in arrived safely in Yokoshuka  at 9 o'clock- Wednesday,.morning  and the cruiser Kasua'a at 11  o'clock-' These'two vessels recently purchased.from the Agon-  tine republic, will increase materially tho preponderance of the  Japanese naval strength.  y t>     "  A Japanese squadron has  seized the Russian coal depot on  Rose island.' near Chemulpo.  Japanese  landed lioO  soldiers  guady canopies and hangings.  Fluttering from the dooMops  and balconies,, are bright 'red  streamers hearing the inscription  "'Dong Ui Shan' Toy" which in  English means --'A Happy Nelv  Year."      , -' ,     '  The Chinese have a peculiar,  belief in regard 1o the celebration of their new year. The  closing of the old year and the  beginning   of   the 'new    marks  i  practically a new existence with  the Celeslials.  Chinamen believe that, , they  are doomed to destruction if tlioy  permit the new'year to tind them  in\iebt.and they u.sre every effort  to pay all their bills before the  new year arrives." Thci?. too. if  the relations between f hemselves  and,any of their acquaintances .  bo strained, tlioy seek" each other  and sqnuare/ themselves with 'a  good han'd-'shaki1. Both agree  to forget the past. Should this  practice be neglected, it is said  the guilty one is doomed lo destruction.  ^i'iVniVrViVniVcV<VfViVrV'iVrV<VffVfc��VfVfV>>Y('ir<c.  |   ,     MINERAL'  FLOAT. f:  The    Provincial ,   Legislature-  has   not   deemed   if advisable to"  make changes in either" ihe  mineral or placer" mining   act.  Probably .nothing   since   the. ��  discovery, of gold, has done more  for Southeast Kootonay than the  Frcdericion.  Senator Wark.  N.R, Fob. 1!!.���  the oldest member of the. Canadian parliament,  celebrated his 100th birthday today, having been born February  lit, |SO-|. Des-pile his great aire  the. Senator enjoys fair bodily  health. For several days Ik; has  been . receiving o.ongratulalbry  letters and inessairos front many  parts of-tlie Dominion.  Hearing in Panama Case.  near Talienwan with disastrous  results. -100 being sabred by Cossack's The.' remainder-escaped  to their ships'.  In a dispatch .from Shanghai,  ���the story is told of the Japanese  bombarding Dalny and landing  marines close to Port   Arthur.  It is reported thai 12,n()n Japanese t roops were landed at Dove  bay last Wednesday morning,  and that they were met by the  Russians wlio engaged thorn in a  baud to hand, fight. Tl is also  reported thai Japanese troops  have been landed -10 miles further west.  Japanese have legation guard-,  at   Pekin ,and   Tientsin in close  proximity   to  Russian    legation  danger of a conflict.  Chinese New Year.  production of coal and coke in.  the Crow's Nest- Pass coal areas.  Statistics' inform us that the  mining industry ��� of the Fort  Steele Mining District, which  has been in operation since tho  early sixties has enriched the  world .by 817.000,00o. These  figures prove, that the business  has been ah important one in the  past.   " - i   '  .The mining industry of Southeast Kootonay instead'Of declining has a' bright future; and  there i.s every indication that the  silver-lead mines will bo largely  increased during the present,  year.  ��� The- mining development in  tho vicinity of Fort. Steele is interesting as indicating (lie possibilities of Ihe great mineral  region of Wild Horse and Tracy  crooks.  In live minerals, at least.  Southeast, Kootonay is abundant  ly rich, gold, silver, copper, lead,  and coal. Large deposits of  hematite iron are known to exist, on Bull river, and nickel in  paying quantity discovered on  Wild Morse creek'.  The North'Star mine has boon  a constant prodticer-since the first  of January 1901.. and still continues to be the only silver-lead  producing mine in the district.  A new invention   for the treat-  ��� inenl of sulphide  ores   has  been  i made   in   Vancouver,   by   one of  it.s   leading   mine   invner.s. and a  the guards of the ) l,li"11" �����>>'��� ;1 daily capacity of iT,  ind   there   is j ,,)U'S !llld costing .s]."i.o<iii hils just  : been completed to test it.     It    j*  said thai this class of ore. which  is almost limitless in  the   mountain   ranges,  can be .successfully  ���o   the   beating  of    tom-toms i Boated   under   this   system al a  and   gongs,    the   Chinese    New j c���1 Mo1 exceeding .".0 cents a ton  Mie oil industry and tin; development' of oil ground in the  Flathead valley, near Ihe International boundary line., is rcceiv-  i  .. Paris,  uiial   o  Feb. ,17.  Year was ushered in at midnight \  on Monday, by Celestials, in   I he  Kootenay valley.      The  year   is  reckoned in the Chinese calender  as the thirtieth reign of the Fin- j ing considerable attention. There  poror Kuatig Sui. jaretwo companies   operating in  t he Kintla lake di.sl r'u-.t,, and -both  have' strong financial -backing  and arc doing good work with  well 'equipped, plants. .Tlie oil  found is of tlie finest, quality.. It,  has a pai-affiiio.base and'is a'lubricator.    The Kintla. lake com-''  ��� No othei." holiday i.s so important "in the estimation of--China--  men as New Year,' a.nd members,  of the Wild Horse' colony have,  been preparing for the festival  ��� i for days. Stores have been do-  irsttrib-lcorated.    and     the    utensil'   and  f iho  Seine  today began j store   fixtures   have   been    laid , pany has oil in its well, ata depth  the hearing of the case.of tho republic of Columbia against the  Panama ('anal Company. '-, ���   .  away, to be replaced" by ornate j of .1,000 feet, but if is still sink-  chairs, fancy screens, tables ling and expects to bore 2,000  covered wit li  potted   plants  and   feet. easy.;;-;..:.a a ..-'���';.:  ^XX.  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'v-/r"','fThe%sh^  - Jiistbry" of th,e; 'British., G.biumbia  ..Legislature wasJclpsed on: Wed1  ���'. ::npsday^b;rua"r^;'iOth:.'f';-^'A: '\yry  . y''.'i.-.'''. >.;.-  .-.. ..*. .. *���    * , <.; - ; -.-.   ;.������' : c. ������  1 ''^Premier. McBride ha? made an  V important' announcement  in;;:re-.  gard-lb 'the'. Goverii.meht's1 rail-  ..way;po'licy."- He stated that   the  IA .Govern me.'n.t..'-. was' fully, alive   to  /ihe ������impoi'tai'i.ce' of making  the,  ' .vast areas 'pf,..the'-Pi,;pvi.rice.;acces-.  sibloto settl.em,en.t:;:.'e:i.n'd ��� develop--  ;���'. meut'by.the immediate coasiruc-  lipti of railways.. Thati.! was the  intention'of -the ,;G'p.yerniiient..to  ���take up "the', question anil ii.ives.;-  ������tig'ate. thoTOiighly .the - various'  proposals: that have be<-n made  to it for aid- for the consrri.iciipn"  of railways.' , Some have already  ' secured aid from the Dominion  Government and -with some addi  ��� ��� tii.onal   aid- frcmi    tlie    Provincej  ���could; be-constructed- wiihoin d'e  j  lay.     He. tltere.i'on.'., proposed .'to  ������call a si'iecial session id' the Letr-  islat.vife in tlu'ee or fo'nr. months.  .and ��� would ' recommend, '-specific'.]  onto'rpi-ises' fp'   wliicli.   it.   should j  be a]ii>l,ied in the shape of   tinan   j  cial a.id iii (ii'ie  forni'oi- another,   j  A    ' x   .     y" ���' . ;  There   is    no    reason   wn.y the,'  proinol.ers of fh.e KooPmay  (Jen-j  ' tral    railway   should    not   com-I  nience actual operations towards  (���oust ruction al once.    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The navies ol the world are in  a state of such progressive  dev  elopment,   that   it  is difficult al  any given time to stale  exactly  what  is   their relative strength  , In   case   of   two   rival   powers  which have a ntiinbei   ol   battle-  ships and armored cruisers under  construction, it is quite  possible  that the balance oi siren" tli   de  pends  entirely  on   llu; forwardness  of  the   work on these new  vessels.      One   nation   may   be  building upoii'a methodical plan,  while the other may be building  in a desultory fashion; in the one  cu.se the .ships may  be   within   ;i  year  of  completion,   and  iu the  other they may be two or   three  years behind   time.  If   we   estimate.!   the   relative  strength upon the  bii->is  ol   the  total number of b.iltlcships,    ar-  iiioiuil cruisers and  snout*> -lhat  is   to   say,    all   war.sliips-abo\e  1,000   .tons    displacement ��� lhat  are actually completed,   we   find  that  Great   Britain   comes first  with a total of 201 ships completed of l,nii5,000 ton? displacement  France second with !)G ships, of  D7G,000 tons displacement:   Germany   third    with 7'<i ships ,    ol  388,000  tons displacement; Russia fourth with 4.5 ships, of HI 5,-  000 tons displacement;   United  States   fifth   with   .id   ships, ol  '   29u,0U0 tons displacement;   Ttaly  .sixth with :-8;"ship&,  of 2.")9,000  tons   displacement;   and'Japan  ��� seventh with 31 ships, of 20(5,000  tons   displacement.    All    these  nav'es,  however,   have a  large  building   programme   in   hand;  and  taking thorn in their, order,  the names of the countries  and  the total tonnage of.ships under  construction     are    as    follows:  Great     Britain,"    ilii 1,000   tons;  United    States,    32 ',000     tons;  France,    180,000_ tons;    Russia.  139,000  tons;   Germany.  118.000  tons; Italy, 70.000 tons; and   Japan, 10,000 tons   *  Now it is evident that if thes'o  new ships could be completed at  once' there   would   be   a   great  change  in   the relative standing  of   the   navies,   for   the United  States has under construction a  larger aggregate of tonnage than  that of the whole of her completed navy as it stands today.   Tho  relative order of strength in such  a case and the total tonnage dis  placement would be  as follows:  Great   Britain,   1,807.000   tons;  France,     750,000   tons;   United  States, 010,000  tons;  Germany,  500,000   tons;    Russia,     499,000  tons; Italy, 9��29,000 tons;  Japan,  253,000 tons.    It   will   thus   be  seen   that   the   United     States  moves up from fifth to third position,   with   a   long   lead over  Germany.    It. is  interesting  to  note, by the way, the great preponderance of  the  strength   oi  the English-speaking naval powers, Great Britain and tho  United States      In    regard   lo   the  British navy,   ito is   noteworthy  that at her present rate of building she is greatly exceedin��   the  mark  of  strength   which she is  popularly  supposed   to have set  herseli,   namely,   that  her navy  shall equal the  combined  siren  gth  of any two continental nav  les, France, Germany, and Russia, would have 117,000 tons   to  the good at that; while a combination of the British and United  States navies would give a total  of 2.484,000  tons,   which   would  be within 10,000 tons of equaling  the total tonnage of all the other  navies  of  note   in the world including that of  Japan.    On   the  side   of    tlie   English-speaking  combination, there would be the  great   advantage af a common  tongue and great size and  spued  of   individual    ships,     while   a  world   naval   combination would  sudor from Ihe enormous  disadvantage   oi    being   hotermogon-  eous in spjoch. race, and in   the  classification   oi   its   ships.    Wo  conioss that while we had a gen-  oial impression ol tho naval predominance oi the English-speaking race, wo were   not   prepared  to find that   the  development of  the navies of   the   two   countries  had so greatly outrun that of the  rest ot the world     To 1 hese considerations may   be   added    the  tact of the incalculable strategic  advantage     that    llie   countries  possess in a chain ol coaling .sla-  tions   and   dockyards  scattered  throughout tho  high   seas,   that  would  give   them   incomparable  facilities of reluge,   repair,   and  i eploiiishmont   in  tho event ol a  world-wideconllicl. ���KciKxriKic  AaIKIiICAX.     *'  <*<  Four si"i.i;iji: a^hsimia't  niSTificr  A Business Proposition.  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Notice Is hoicby (.iM'ii llial thliu ilu\s nftcr  elule we llie lindi'i'U'lied Intend to ,ippl\  to thoChlol Couimissmiioi of I. mils and Works  .it Vl< IOI 1.1 II ( .Hill tlie Dtptlt\ CoUllnlssloil-  < i ol Lands nnd Woiks loi Southeast Kootenai  11 C loi llci ilscs to piosput for Co.il  and l'( it (ileum on llie lollowinj; dosulbed  lands, hiliiaK il in llie south eastern poiliou of  Must ICoriloiiiiy, IS C , nnd nliout niche* mills  east of thy town of Osinei II C ami ulioiit one  mile east of llie iioundai v I.Ine ol the Ciniiidlaii  I'.iulle ('o's Kiant and oast of llu* Noi th l'"oili  ol the South I'oik of Michel Cm ok. belli-; nil  the. im si slope of the llockj .Mountain lan^e  and ahum len mills south of Ciou s Nisi  I'ass  1 CoiiiuiuiiLiue,' il ii post plunieil ,il the  iioithwcst (oiiiei beliii; the Initial po-a ol  Aiulicu I. Ilotf's < In 1 in mid ndjaieni io tlie.  noitliMesiootuoi nf Joseph Ilolf s claim theme  soiilli SO ehnliis Ilium e cast HI (luiins Hume  noitli s > (liiiins iheiiie west MM hams to place  Ol lie/lniilii;.' and colli ilnfiiir 010 iici os  Andioi I,  llofr  l.oenloi  WlllYiiu Mi Milieu, Auciil  niled .Inn  JO   I'M  .' Cnmiiii iicintr at a posl planted at Ihe  noi the.isl mi iici of Joseph I. lloff's claim b -  nil,' ihe iiinl.il post thence south Miliums,  thenee west 80 chains, llience noitli iTO chdins  llienco east HO ( huins.to the pla< c oi bcuiniilii},'  ('onliiiniiiff I'll) H( ics.  Joseph |j IIoll   fjOtatoi  Willliini Mt'MIIlen  Affenl  Dull d Juu XIOili   lliu I  :t C'oiiiiiicncliiK at in ]>ost planted at the  southeast comet helm,' the Iiiilinl, post of  Ocoi),'!' MiUelson's i laim. and iidj.icont to  Joseph L lfoff s.'elaiin,.lh( ikc.iioi th.RO ehiiins,  thence west 80chains, thence south &0 cluims,  theme cast SO chains to the plnci ol In Minnlne;  conlainiiiLr iSIOin ios  =��� (ieoi(,'e Alikelson  l.oc.noi  William McMilh ll  A^cnt  Dated Jan  JOth   1(<0I  I    Couiineniiiie,'   at   a   posl plained   at   the  southrtcslj oinei Ijciiii; iho Initial  posl  ol  Olc  E  Andeison's(laun and adjacent to the noi th  we-t coinci ol Aniliunc]j   Tlofl - clnnii  thence  noi ill    So    cliiilns     thence    eiisl     HO  (halns,  thenee south si) ( haius   llience west Ml chains  to jilaie of licKinninfi nnd com i in luff ij 10 nut's,  Ol6~i;  Andeison   l.oc.uoi  William McMilk'ii   A(,'(iit  1 luted Jan   aiili. I'lOl  ���">    ComniLiieliiK   nt   a   post   pluiiiid  al the  noithfiisl i omei Ijciiik the Initial post ol  John  O  Skaiu's c Inim and adjaeent lo iho souihenst  coinei   of Tuinina  Andeison s  i l.ilm    ihciue  soulli    si)    chains     thence    vest     80   chains,  thenee north 80 (hums, thenee.cast 80 ( hams to  point of bc'Hiiiniii.'.aiid loiiLiiiiinf; i>40 ,u ies  John O Skaai, ijocatoi  '  William AIcMillfi, \Konl  Dated Jnn   .lltli   1001  tl    Conimcr.t'iiiK   at  a    post   planted   at iho  noiihttest ( oinei beniffilieinlti.il posiol John  Andeison siliiim  audiidjiu out Io the uoiiheast  cornei    ot     lohn t'0 [Skuai s   (limn,   thenco  south  80    cluilas     llience    easl    80    t'hiilns,  thorn e noi th SO i halns, thenee  wesl 80 (luiins  to plm e of bOKiiiniiij,' and (oin.unniK dlO acif s  John Andeison, l.oentoi  William McMillen  j\t,'eiil  I'10 J  thence >outh mi ( h-iins  tl.i iki   i i.st t'J ��� b  us  thence north KH hauls th.iui msfbluin-iii  pl.u e of in ���'inniii{r md com nnln^ ido ,k n s  Willi nil Hun liiuson   l.oi iIdi  William Mi Milieu   -U'( i,t  It    C'ommt neiiij? at a   po-1   jdanted   a!   tin  south! ast loinei    |h(   sime   bempr  lie  initial  post  ot ("oia TonsU\ s c 1 ilni   idiim nt to the  souUiucst cointi oM.ailOjobe s 11 inn  iheni c  lioilh    80   i halns     thence    west   Hi    ehains  thence south W) chains  llieiiec (ast Ml chains to  place of bivTiuiiiris,' nnd coiitninim; 010 .u ics  CoiaToushv   IjOLiitui  William McMlIIcn   Almoin  Dated Jim  .'Oth  ISiOl  Id ConimonciiiLr at a jiost pi mud at the  ������outline st comer btliiir the initial post of Call  (.Ijobj's (laini, nnd adjaienl io Ihc -oiulieisi  coiner of Com Tousle.v s < laun llicin c noitli  S(l( halns theme cast SO (h,nns theme south  80( bains thence wesl f.0( halns to the pine oi  bciriiinliiL: and conliilnmir 010 ku-s  > Cnil Cjoby, Imchioi  Willi nn Mi Milieu   Auent  Dated Jan   lilih   I'Hi I s  NOTICE.  is iii i< b\ .'ami hut tlmi\   dues alti l  lllli lid liMipph  to LIU  NOTICE.  Notice Is heieb} ���'i\eu lhat lhlil\da\s ifi( i  dale I, James Million Intend Hi appl\  io (he C'hiel L'ominissionei ol Lands  and Woiks .uid ihe Assistant {'om  missioiiei or Lands nnd U'oilts foi Ihe disiihi  ol Kast Kooienae foi a llit'iisii to piuspoil  fin coal and petioleuni on tin lollnwini,' de-  scilbed laud silliate one mile w e,l of l.'laihertd  llhci nnd adjoining the Iniein.illoiial Jlomiil-  ai\ in the southeastern pin Hon or Musi ICoote-  mi\ DNnlei  llilii.li Columbia  Comiiieiiclii!' at :i post jilmited om milr  west ol the ri.ilhead Unci, and due mile noitli  ol Ihe lnti in itional lioitudiiie ami inaikcd  noi llie ist conn i oi James Minions coil and  (oa! '.ll ( Inim beliic; the Initial posl adjieent io  Ihc soiitlieiislcoiiii;i ol William II il.iiuiiiv,.  (laim, theme soulli 8) chains Ihcin e west so  chains, llience noitli SO chains thence east 80  chains to [ oint of lomiiifin tmeiit loiiliuiilin;  t> 10 lie ics ?  James Minion, Loci loi  James l.'ishci     Vneiit  Dated this loth dav of JanuitiN   l"i()l     r  Nolu  it'll I   l.ilbi il U   \\ i-ie.  ( lucl f ouimj-siou, i i,i Lund- imI Win nil  llu Assist nit ("o'liinissioni if '.mils no  Woiks loi tin Distill I m Lust Ki)Mit .] i\ f,,[ ���  license to pidspK I foi ioil and pi iiuh urn o.,  the Killjwin/ ih siubi ii imij situiti abou nn,  miles uoi Hi ol llie liilciliatiouiil llotiiKlui in  llu Soldlieiisu in puituin nt I a-l Iv'iil'i.iv  Disiik |   Hiiti^i, Coliimhi \i  ComiiK in mtt al.i post pi inteil   it  Up   soi ih  west  coinei   and marked  souihwcsl (oim i ol  cjilbeitll  Maslni s, coiil nn 1 coal oil iliiini  be-  iiif,'the initial post adjment  to the  -uiillio isl  conn r of  William   M    Hilton s claim    ilu lie  noitli h'J ch'inis, theiiic (.ist so cli litis   niinn  south  HI iliiiln.    tin ii.i   vve-l  '���n. l.anis to Hie  plaLP oi be).'iiiiiin���'aiid (untailing ',10 hcics  dilbi 11 H  AI.isuM   Loi ntoi  James 1 i-lu \   .\|fi nt  D.Huil llns ll'lh d.l\ ol ,l.iliuai\   1�� U  Dai'd Jan  .lltli  7      C'OIlllllC'IlClIlK  sotitheilsl Jioinci  WANTKD������ SKV.RUAIj INDUSTIll-  ous persons in. each state to travel ffir  house established eleven yetuvsand with  ii large capital, to cull upon merchants  and agents for successful and prolil.able  line. Permanent engagement. Weekly cash salary <>f*2-4. iind all traveling-  expenses and hotel hills advanced in  cash eaehjiiweek. Experience not essential. Mention references and enclose  self-addressed envelope. THIO NATIONAL, .-I.'i2 Dearborn St., Chicago.  TICKETS  TO    \ND   TIJOM  j\Llj  Points East  ��� VI \ ���  Great  Northern  Railway  Short   Line  TO  Spokane, St. Paul, Duluth, Minne  apolis, Chicago and Points East  2        TWAINs    DMI.V       o  1'AST  TIM1, z��  Ne-wr Equipment Throughout, Day-  Coaches, Palace and Tourist Sleepers  Dining1 and Buffet Smoking Library-  Cars.  For Tickets, Ittlcs. Folders ,ui(l Pull  fntorin.ilion.    U.ill on or .idjress  .in,\ aoenl Ciio.it .\ortlici n  liailw.ix oi  A. B. CVDICNNISTON, .(.'.W'.p.a.  612 Fitch Avenue, Seattle, Wash.  ANDREW    NEIDIG  GONTRflGTOR     and    BUILDER  HOUSI'l AND SIGN I'AINTINi:  CAI.CIM1NING nnd l'AIMOH  HANGING  PORT STRKLK,  B. O.  S^f".  All   work  promptly done.  at  n^po<U   plained   at the  hi nif?   the    initial   post  ol  Temine Andeison s chum nnd adjiieeut  lo  the  noitheiist coi nei  ol  John  O    Skaiu's   (Inim  theiKO noitli SO chains thence west hi) ehiiins  thence south 80 chains   thence oust SO chums  to place of ULKHinniK and foiitiiiniiiif'jIOiicics  Teniine Andeison, Loeatoi  U'lllmm McMillen, Awenl  Dated Jnn "J'lth   IHO!  8 CJotiimeneiiiK at n post plinted at the  southwest coinei lji'ins,r the initial post of  Liiimn MiKuKon s claim and adjatciu lo the  noilhuest coinci,of John Aiiiluison's i I.ujn  thence noitli bl) chains, thence eiiit SO  chains thonce south Ml chnins llience nest 80  chains lo place of b^Kiniiinir and coiuniiiiiisdlu  noi es l  Linma Mikelson, Locatoi  W.Uian" MiMlllen   Ajrcnt  Dnted.lan -'mh  HUM  0    Coiniiiencin^ at   a   posl  plumed   mi   ihc  southciist coinei the siiinebein^ tin, initial post  of S b'\c/e\ 's claim and adjacent lo the noith-  u.ist coinei of C.eoigo  Ilntlc\ s i laim    thence  not th HO chains, thence  west 80 chains thence  south 80 chains  thence east 80 chains  to the  place of ucfritiimiK .mil coiilainiiifrMO acres  S S��e/c\, l.oentoi  William McMillen  j\f;ent  OntcdJan  JOlh   l')04  10 ComiuciKliiK nl a po-,1 plniited at the  iioithcnsl coinei beniR the initial post of  GeoiKO Ilatlej s claim and adjacent to the  noitli\ie.st coinei of F A Shaeei's ilaim  thence south 80 chnins, ihenee west 80 chains,  llience noilh 801 hams, thence east 8(1 chains to  pliuooi licniiiiiint'mid coniaiiniiKlilOaeios  C coi Re Hatlee   Locatoi  Willinni McMillen  A (tent  On led Ian  20lh   l'>04  11 Comineni nie; al i post plumed at the  iioithwcst (omei the s unc being the initial  postori'iecl j\ sluici s claim adjac c in to the  noitlicasi (Oinei ol Geoige Hatles s i liinii  iheni e south hUe.li.iIns the'ici cisi so ( hauls  llionce ninth so i hams Un-nce w.st ��o (hams  to plii( c oi Ik uinnintr nnd (ontaiinii^ 1140 a( ics  Fled A  Shiuei   Loealoi  Willi im MiMlllen   \|jciil  llatid Jnn  ailh   I "loi  1�� Coiiiiiicni'liiK at i posl planted al the  southwest ( oinei the same IipIiik the inituil  jiost of Thomas Gmnt s ( hum uid adj.iicnt lo  the noitheast i omei ol 1'icd A shueci s ( I inn  llienic noilli so chains llience cnsl so (lnnns  tlienre soulli 8(1 chains, thcni.-e west SO chains  to place of liC'KinniiiK and coiitaiiiini; I'lKl'nc.ics.  Thonins Giant,' Locator ,  "','".' Will.liini McMillen, Ai;cnt  Dii'u-il Jan. "JOtli. liii.ll. '���;  111. i.'oiniiii'iic'.lni; at, :i post pliintiul in. llie  northeast corner,' tho same lieiiin the Initial  post of j\le.\. iMcI'hiidon's clniiii, adjnceiii lo  lliu noi'lhwcst corner of William iliucliliisoirs  claim, thence south HO chnins. llience tt'csl. HO  chilini.'.tlionees iioi'th 811 (.���halns.., l.heiice eiisl..SO  chains lo place of Ix'jdnnlne; and con I��inim,' t: 1.0  acres. ��� .  Ale.'t. Mcl'liadcn. LociiKir ;;���  William McMillen. Aitiini.  Dated Jan. 'JO. I!H)I.  II. Commoiicilii; at a post, plained nt the  northwest corner heini; the inltiiil post of  Willliini llutcliinson'scliliin and iidjaceni to the  nortlieica corner of  Alex. ���Mcl.'liailon'sChiiin,  NOTICE.  Notice is Iicieh\ glicn Ihalllnite dajs ,utei  date'I William II ll.iim.u intend to apph to  the Clnel C'onimlsinission of Lands and Woil.s  and the Asslsduit Coiniiiissloiiei ol Lands ind  Woiks loi the Ulslilet of Last Kootenai foi a  license to pi ospect foi coal'mid potiolcum on  the follow uifrdesi rlhcd land situate' iwomilcs  'noi th of the Intel nation id lloundai e, atljoinliiH  the iioitlieiii huuiului) ol James llinion scluiin  in the sonthciistci u poi lion ol Last Kootenai  Disli n 1   Unlish Columbia ���  Coininciicini; al a post plniited at the south-  fast coinei and iiiail.ed southeast coi noi of  William 11 Hamuli's coal Hid coal oil ehiiin  lic'liitf the Initial post udjiiiciil to the noiilieasl  ( otnci of James Ilintoii s (1 inn thenco north  Ml chains llience west 8(1 chains, tlic-ni c south  sOcliiuns thence cast 80 chains to the place* of  coininenccineiit, ( onl.iiiiiii*; 0-10 acies  Willmin II   Ilaimay  Loi hioi  n ' James I'lslici   Akoiii  Dan dllns I'HIi d is of Jniiu.ii e   Plot s  NOTICE.  Nnlii c is htielji n'iu a thai lliu ij dais ilici  dale 1 Line*t Lew inKnd to ippl\ to llu  Cluei r'oiiinii-sionii ol Lands nnd Woi ks and  the Assistant C'omiiussioiici ol Linds.*s Woilis  foi Ihc DistiK tof Last lCoolena\ loi a license to  piospect foi coal and pun oh inn on the lollow  niff ile-i iihed laud sllualc Iwo miles west ol  Fhuhead Ulu i and .iiljolnnii; Iho Inici national  Houndan in the ~>outheiistein poiliou of rasi  Kootenaj Ulsliiet, Unlish Columbia   -  C'oiiiniencliiif at a post plniited it the noith-  west (oinei and inaikcd noithwesl eoinfi ol  LiucslLe\\ scoal and coal oil (Inim, bciiwr  the initial post ndjiK ent to ihe noilhcist coi  nei of Maj A 11 Duilne's claim, them e south  sOi halns, thence east SO i hiiius, llience* noilh 80  chains thence west SO ( hams to point oi ( oin-  iiieni emeu!, coiitaiiiini; (>I0 acies  Linesl Leij   Loi atoi  Janit's t'lshci   Anenl  Dated this PMh da) oijiiniim   pull  NOTICE.  S'lllin    Is he'll hi  Kill II  llllll   llllILi   tills    im.  '��� "> 1 11" I ben I' IJin kinKli nn itiuml in  apl>l\ io llu f hid ('iiiniiilssioiii i of Limls tinl  Woiks mil the Assistant ('omini-.lom i' of  Lands and Woiks foi the DisliM ,,f L.isl  I\ooteiia\, im ilKMiisi lo piuspii i im i ml ami  pctioli urn on tin loll(i\\inhr i'isi iihcd Ininl si(  until iibiuii ,i,ii -h.ilf mill "* noilh oi I'oiildii v  C'nek iidJouniiK Kii d (' Ciiiiimlns-i i 1 till o'i  Ihci.lsl In the sfiulhi istci li pi'illoii ol l.isi  l\oo|fiiii\,D|stiI( I   liiulsli Cidiiinlila '  Comment: ini; ,il ,i posl planted al tl.i  noi iheiisi i in m ijimi mni ki"d nouliiMsi i nun i  Of lleibeit I' HucllliiKliaui's c|jal and ��� on 1 oil  claim, bi-iui; tin- initial post ildinicul lo lii.  noithwesl (oinei of I'i .ink \V. Uoltsdnlm  llifini* soinii sn chains, Ilium mcm '���'i elinim  thi'iii 6 iiui tli so i hams the in c ������itsi sn( hams io  plai e ol hcKfiiuiilK and tout inline; iilo acies  III i In ill*  I'm kinith 'iu   Locatoi  i ,1,1 UK S  I 'tsllC'l     A*,'('lll  Dated this :;im d iv ol J niiinii    I'Ull  NOTICE  -N'oli.ii In >i l.v _m u . i it i)mti (Ujs adc  ���'������le I I iik (. s., , ���. nn. ml le. appli to  tin ('.nf r niiimissio ii i i f I imK .uid Woiks  and tin Assi-iimt l iiaiiiii-sii ������ i ui Laud- and  H'oiUli.i Hi, Di-lii i ill I" is ,C nil u,n Joi ,i  llceii-i to'in-.' c t f, <oa I , i ij pui oh urn on  llu follnwiiu' ik*, i i   d Imiil sun nt* abmi one  lll'lC Wl SI Of till    ill   >HJldKl\i|   ll.   till.      ojth-  (istciu  jiuiiuii  il L.jim_ l\no ui i\   Di-tilit  Mritish c ol.ru In i  Con hii in iiv it a post r>l n lu1 it'he southwest  coinei a no mn nved -on 11, ucs' i ui n n of Tiatik  G u-tc*'i(ris (oil mil ��� oal u'i ih'ii b��i'ig Ma  initul post idjiKM.t to ihe so Hi ,i*t lonKroi  Ma> Lnj's thilui thcih* noi th tf) (h.ilii-  thcice east s(i ihaiiis tl.eiitc ~otitli 80 ( hain-  ilicuci wist -ti i li mis iopl if e* of bei,'iiiiiIii^con-  ti'iruiu' i 10 in it s  l"i it 1. o   "sii ecu-   Lo' .noi  J nut - risJici    \f., i,t  Uaicdihis '1st d i\ m .laiiuan   l'��il  NOTICE.  r  NoIk e i. hi icbi ),im*ii Ui il lhlil*i'd.i\s ,ifu i  (Intel I'i ink W lloll iiiieml In apple lo Hit  Clnel Coininissiont'i of Lands and Woik- rnl  the Assist nit C ominissioiici ol Linds ind  Woiks foi Hi,. Distnet of List Kooienaj, foi a  license* to pi aspect foi tonl and iHiioleuin on  the follow i>ik ih scnbcd land sun itc abunt oin  half mile noi tirol Couldiej Ciefk tnd aboui  one mill-west oi I'i uhp.id Rnci iu ihe south  custom poitlon ol Last Kooleii.ie Dislilci  llllllsll Colllllllll.l   --  c'oinme'iicin^ at a post phinlcd al the*  uoiili-  weslioiuei.mil  iiiaikul  noiihwcsi  <oiiici   oi  l''i ink W Koli s ( on) and < on! oil  el inn   bi'in,;  Ihe initial posiadjatcnl to ihe  iioithwcst coi  nei ol Hi lbcil 1*  lliu kni^li.iiii s  (hum   ihinii  sonth Ml i hams    ihcnce ei-l SDiliiius  ihcme  noi th So i hums  iheni i ��i si so ( hams io epuun  ol i omiiicncemeni  and eoiii.iiiniiKjilo ucios  I'i .ink W  Koll   Locatoi  James l'"isliei   j\*,'oiii  llnlfd this Jlsi dm oi j.uiii.ii \    1 mi  NOTICE.  Notli e is lieu l>\ kim ii th it tli ii Iv d us altei  dine I \ndi(w U' Kidotit intend lo apph L"  llie Chief Coiniuissiinifi ol Linds mil Woil.  and tin' \ssisl.niM oiiiiiiissionei of Lnnds mil  Woiks loi Iho Dislilci ol Last K'ooli'iiin mi n  llicnse^lo piospei t loi ( oal and pf milium on  ihe follow inif th si iibed hind suiiaie nlioul iim  mile-noi Hi oi tin 'Iilicin itiouul lloiinduii ,\ui\  about two mill s wesl ol tin I'] illic id 'filer in  the soulhe isicin poitlon ol P ist K'ooniui  Dlstin t   f Ji iri-.li Lohuiilii.i  Coin nn nei ni: ii.ipuslpliiiuil.il llu notlh-  i.isl (uiuei ".iml ,iu.ii<:c(l. noiilii ast'i oinei ol  A'ldiew C Kidoui s (Oal and coal oil ( l.i'in bL-  liilf tho mitiiil post ,ul i.iceiit to llie iioii!imi*s|  coi nt i of William 1 Gibsons ( bum "iheiii.  south so i bains iheni e west *-o chains ilumi  noitli 80 i hums, thence east in ��� hums m tin  plnce or bce'inniHK and ( oiilainiii!,' ('10 hcics  A in 111 w ('  1,'idoui   Lin nloi  James Pishoi   Aj,ri nl  I).Uid this list dn\ 01 .Innii.ii \, I'll)I  NOTICE.  NiilKi is hi ii bi-^i ,i ii iluii ililiii''] n s nn i  diit" I Mm tin Int. ��� d to npph lu tin (ImI  ( oiiimis,I,,,,, i ,,, Li-nil- and \\i,iks ind tin  Assisimii Coiiiiiilssioin i oi LuiK nun Woiks  loi Ihc Distill loi i" ist Knot* nje foi .iikuis.  to pic-jit i t loi i ml nun in Mo'i-iiiii on tin- follow Injs' (1, si i ibf d Inml smiiuf about loin i nit s  iifiuli   ol   Hi.,  lnti i n iho" il   Hound u*.   in   th,  soillhc.sli | ll pin III ll nf I    Is!   ICfiotf 11,11  DlslllCt  llllllsh Columl In  Ciiuinii iu nn; nt i post plant, ,| ,u llu* south  list (in nei iiirl ma i ki 1 soiillu t-l (oinrt of  \lu\ Leii s i ii il nn,,! i o.il oil i I mn bi'liiij llu  Inltinl posL adj.iii nt in tin -nuiliwe-t i jinci of  I'liink l, Slum, iljiui tin i,i i no'i'i -c  (bains llu yi (> wesl sj (|| i|)is iln'iic south-p  ihiuiis i Ik in ��� i n-t so (luiins io ihi plm i ol  In Kin nl ii^ and i oi'Im I n i in-' li In it i, s  Mai  L* \ \    l.0( a'oi  J inn s I i-liei    Vjeiil  !>lt.   I Mil-Jlst dm of .llihll ll \    1101  0 .i   - _     -_  NOTICE.  Nolle 0 is hen b; i-"u ,i ll'.U Dili |i tl,i>-  .il.i 1  (I��K   I, Mn Inn i    Hun/   mien 1   to   .pplv   lolln  ('nl, f ('nmmis-iiiiH i ol L mds it'id   Wmks   uid ,  the    \ssisi nn   Coiiiiiilssioin i    of   Linds   and  Woiks Im tin   ijistiKtof   Last K'uoti iin\   loin  liiuisf   lo  pio-peu   loi   (ii il and petiole jm on  Hie IoIIohiii_' des, i ii,( I, i.mti ,mi m iilnnit font  .niles noi Ui ol llu Iniei n ition il Huundai i   ml  joiiiim,' I'led i   f uuniiins iIh.iiiiiii  ilu-  noilh  in  the  sriiillii nsii in poinmioi I nsi Koniinii  Di-iin i  Jtiiti-li f oluuibi i ���  C'omiiiciu in���' in ,i post plantid ni tin imiili-  msi (oinei mil inaikcd noilh^nsl conn' of  Mn hael Mini/ (Oil ,md coal oi' chiim beng  Iho initial )iost iiiIj.k i nt to Ihij* soiillu ist coi  nei ol Ldith C llnopei s i laun iIkiiic soulu  80 i h.n'is, iJn m e wi si SO th nn-. Hit m i noilh  SOihains ilu in c oust so hauls to 1'ic pine OI  liC(.'iuniii'.f ind i ont.iiinnifi'10 neies  Mn b it 1 11 nil.'   I.in .iim  1 II1K s KIsllC!    A^'C'JI  Dnii'd tins .'lid ilai of lanuiiii   1001  '      NOTICE.  VoiK e is hoieb\ (-'lien ili.ii tinn\ d Us   nn i  duel   Llln Viilentiiii    im^nd   in  upple   to  the  Clin I Coiuuiis-iiiui i ol Lini I<.   and   Works   nut  llie    \s-lsiint   i ,Miiiii|ss.oiii i     ol   I. mils    mil  WOlks  fill   III.    1)1-111(1     nl   I    Isl   lvllDi.lll.li     mi   a  lice list in piospect fin i oal ind pi tioleuni'on  Ihe foi lii'\ I iik (It si 11 be I In ml situ in about mn*  half mile uoi Hi ol (.law -ukIioii ilu uuitli-  ei n bounihij \ ol Milo Mnuiix 's t Inim m the  -onllic.isK in poi lion nl I'n-l Kooieimv Plsiiht  Hnti-li coluinbil? ���  Lonniie ul mi; at a post pliulid u tlie iiniiii-  im si cm nei nnd mailieil uoil)uiesl minei ol  Lliu \ aleiiiine s .b ilciul i o il oil (Inim being  ihc initial posl ikIjik ent lo the noithiust (Oi-  nei of LauiaM Pi is,o s ilium Ihciiie sonlh  Mlch.inis llifiii i eiisi ho, (linin- Ihciiie noith  lOdiiiins I Inner wesl 'i eh tins lo Lin* pfcii ��  of In milium; and (utiLtiiiimji 010 in ics  I llu Vileutiiii , Locatoi  James Pislu r  akciii  Dnlcil this Jlnl dm of.laiiunn   J 'io I  NOTICE.  Nonce is lieiebi fjiien that ihnn daisaltci  date J Max A It Diiiinc intend to.ippl\ to the  Chief Cominissionci of Lands Mul Woiks and  the Assistant Coinnnssionci ol Lands I'nd  Woi ks foi Ihe Distticl of 1 ast Kooicn.i\ foi a  license to piiispct t fot coal and pt ti oleum on  the following dcstiibcd land siluate about  thiee miles west ol the l'"!athead Unci and ad-  joininir the Jntcinational Houndaii in the  Southeastein poi Hon of r.asi Ivooicini' lint  lsh Columbia ���  C'omiiieiicing al a posl planted at ine  noilliensteoiuei and matkctl Noilhcn* t coiner  of.M.iv A M Diitlne s io.il and coal oil^ el.n'ii  bcuitt Ihe nun il )iost adjacent to llu noiihwcsi  coinei of Uiik st 1m\\ s claim llience* south 80  chains, tinncc west 801 hams thence noith SO  chains, thenee east 80 i bains to the pi ice ol be-  Kiiiimi!*' and (ontaiuiiiLr 1.10 acies  Mil   \   H   Diitlne*   Locatoi  James Pishci, AgcnL  Dated this 1'lth da\ of Januai y  KW1  NOTICE.  Notice is heteb} unen tliaitlnili dins altei  date 1, William II Iliutou niie'iid to apply to  the Chief Coininissionoi of Lands mid Works.  foitlieDisnictoiLastIvooicn.il foi a license  to piospect foi coal and pen oleum on tho follow in**; descilbed bind situate about two mile's  noi ih of the Intel national Bound m ailjoiniii/  the eastern boundiiri or Ldwaid I Diei s  claim in the -ouiheastein poi lion of Last  IvooLcnae Uislnct  liutish Ooluiubiii ���  Commencing at a post plained at the -outh  cast loinci and maikeil soulhoasi coinei of  William II Mmioiis cotil and tonl oil claim,  belli),'the inilial post adjacent to the south wesl  cornei of Gilbert 11 M.istei s (hum thenee  noilh 80 ( hum- tin in e west sn (hum- tin me  -outh so chains thuiie ca-i sodiains to point  of comineni fluent contain in*,' *>10 acies  Willinni II   Million   Locntoi  J lines Pislu i   Ai*l*iiI  Haled this pith due ot .laim n i   1 101  NOTICE.  Notice Is hen bj cm en thai ihii ti ilnisnlifi  dale I \\ llliam I Gibson iniend lo apjili In  the I'hli'i Comniissloiiu of Lands mil Woits  and the Assistant Coinmissloiu i nl Lands and  Woiks foi tin liisii it t oi L ist Koolcii.il loi I  license to piospe( t fdi (oal nnd peholcinn on  on the follow im.' ih su i bod 1 nul -ituitc nbotu  li\ c luiles'uoi tli ol tin* Inn i n ii no i in! Hon i id.i *,  and nbo.it om unlcwesiol the Plaihc id Unci  in Ihc southeastern pin linn ol I'isl Kootiiui*,  Di-lnet  IJntisli Columbin --  (. oiiiuienciii���r nt i post pi lined   it   tlie*  noilh  mcsI  coinei   ind  milked  noilhiMsl  iniiiciol  William J  liihsou s ioiiI  uid ( oil oil i laim   hi  uiK the initial posl .idjaitul   to  the  uoithiasl  coinei   ol   Andiew   C    Kulout's  claim    lliinie  south 10 t*h mis  tin in e onsl   so  ihnns    thenic  noith 80 (linins   ihenc''  west 80 i h mis lo the  place of bc^inniii',' and i onl muni; old hi u s  William I   Gibson   Loiatoi  James pishei    \j.'c nt  Dated llnsjlstcl.il of Januaii   l*i()l  NOTICE.  Si\l_\ d.i\s .ifici* (l,il(> I inlcml In  ii])pl.\ In Ihc Clnel ('(iinmissKinci- nl  Lands .ind Wdt Its loi pi i mission to  piircli.isc the Inllou inn dosi i ihcd Kim!  surveyed 'us I.nl ���ll'll)Ciiinineiieinn- at n  post I'llimteil on the North 'Wentvomer  ofsiiid I .of eont'iininn- Mi() ucres inoi'c or'  less. ��� '    '     . ' .   , "     ,    -,  Ditled Ibis lath day ol'.liuimiry. Mini.  :i i:.:.m. I'MH/IjIokton.  : NOTICE. ������  Niitlcu Is hcicl.iy (,'lyen that the iieiiili-nay  Central Railway Company . will'apply In tlie  I'lirli.'imi.'iit of Canada at, ils tit.-xl session for  ninendmoiiis lo Ihc Acts iiicorporalini; iind re.  latini,' to I he Company by exlendiiii; the time  for the cnuinuMiceiucnt. c.Mcnslon nnd completion of Its main lino nui] brniichcs. and for  ntlier purposes.'  Dated nl Cranbrook. it.fj.. Pebruary llith..  Hioi.  ���HAKVKY, McCAKTICU & OUNIIAK,  8 Solicitors for Applicants.        |  NOTICE.  Nolo e is he ii In fi'Mii Ibnl ihn t\ die- altei  date I Kiunk \ Ilewei intend to apple to the  Chief Coinnussioiioi of Lands md Woiks and  tin* \ssist.nn Comniis-ionei of I. mds and  Works foi the iiisii k t oi Last Kootenai loi i  lu ense to pio-peet foi (Oil and pcuolt iiui on  the follow lnir di sci ibed land situate ibout si\  miles uoi th of the Intel national Hound n\ m  the southeastern poitiuu oi L.i-1 Ivoon nni  Dislntl   Hiitisli Columbia ���  Comment uv in a post pl.niled at the -outh  west (oinei ind linn ked southwest toiiHi nl  Pi auk A Mewci sconlandco.il oil clai.n bi-  niK the initial post ndjiceui to lb'* -oulhi a-t  coi in i ol John Lnipev s (1 inn the ni ( noiili-"  chains llu ni e easl sOch nn- iln'in i south s,i  chains theiiic -west so chains to Lin pbu i* ol  hcimum!!.' and (i nun mi ni; oio in it -  Plllllk    \    II1.W1 i     Lot IUOI  .1 mn - Pishei    e^i nt  DiKd this Jlst d.n ol .lanuiiii   P'OI s  NOTICE.  Not ii c i- hi icbi kimii lb il Ihn t\ d us nui  (Int. I Ldlliil llnnpil mn ud to a pph lo tin*  Chi'f ( ommissmiif i ol Lauds md Wmks mid  (In Assist ml VniiiniJssWint i nf I. mds nn I  Wnlkslni tin IMslililol I,iim Kootiuil Oil I  lii (*usi* io piospi et loi i ii il mil piCnliiini on  I'm fiillnwiiii; ilisiiilnil Ind .nun. il.oiu  lb 111 mni nn. I ni i ih s in -i or ilu | | ii hi ml  Kim i nnd nbno< hit mill nni I b nf I lit Inlii-  lliilinnal lioiMitin rv. in ilu- stun ih:ii.sl6i it iitirLinii  of Kasl K'notcmiy Disl.rlil. lirilisli Culiinilila: ���  '(.'ominitii'cini; nl. u pnsi. plnnicd. u I tin- sntitli  cast corner and marked .-oullieitst cn'iicr or  l-Mllli (.'. Ilnnpci's cn.'il imd cn.il oil clnini. lie-  I UK. I In.* Iniiiiil pnsi inljiici'iil in the iniilhi-iisl  enruer iifMicliiiel llun/.'s claim, ihcuci- nnrLli  SO chnins. Ilu-nci' ivcsl so clinins. Ihcmc snnlli  SO chains, thence cust 80 chains tu Ihe place of  lic'iiliiniiu; anil coiilaiiiiiii,' i'.lo acres.  ,|    P.dltlt (". llonper. I.ncator  .     ���' . .lames fisher, Aireni  Haled .Ibis liird day of 'January. Ii��'l.  All Iho eicmenks roi|uiroil for  sniclliiif? fluxes, snob its linio-  stone and iron arc' fount!   in   I he  NOTICE.  Noilei is lii'i'i b\ cmi'ii Hi it tlinii da\s niifi  duel l.iuiaiM Piisi'i intend in tppli to tin  (. lnef CeininnssioiK i oi Lands and Woiks itinl  the Assistant eniuiinssioiii i ol Linds anil  Woiks |oi iho Misliut ni J.ist Kfolinn  foi a lucns(. io Dinspeil loi (nil int.I  petiolcnm im ihi follow ui���- de-i'i Ibed 1 md situate' nn 1,1,111, Click .hi jm in ii;; I'i meis J  I'I n in n in.'s ( I iim on tlie i ,ist in the sou tin ast  em lioition of L isl ICoote'ii.n D.sti id. Ili ftish  Columbi i  Collin cm inu.it i post pi nite d ll tin* not tli  east (oiiKi nni in nked noit'nasl i ui nt i nf  Lain i M I i.ist i - , onl indeoiloil el imi lie-  ini; the iniiiiil po-t l'liaiini In llu soum ist  (oinei of I elu.i I. IlicUsoii s i 1 mn tin in (  soulli so i b mis thciKi wist sy i_iii|iis Ji. nu  not t li SO (linns Mil-Hi i c isl SO t h.mi-in llu  pbiieoi boi'iunin/ mil com nniiif* i 10 icu-  , Lama M   Pia-ei   Liiciiot  , James I .slier   V���'eni  D lied Ibis _'hd dm of Jiniu.ii \ , !"01  NOTIi"--..  Notu e is licicoi (,'i^eii mat ihn t\ dais afiei  dati I l.dna ( Dickson iiiteii'1 to ijiph to the  Clnci Coiniru���lonei oi Lauds nui w oik- and  the Assist UK Ccrinn���lonei ol Lnnds and  Woiks lot the DislI.ci of L.isl Ivooien.ii foi a  laiiM to pifispic foi coal and pLlioleum on  the following des, nbcd land situ iie about one  half mile n'oiihi'i-t of (ii lies Cieek uljoinm-'  the eisiein boundaii of CnailesH Wmth s  clnini in the southeastern poiuon of Last  Ivooteiin Disinci  Unii-h Columbia   -  Coniuif nemttat l po-i idanti d at the* south  east (nine i and in n ked souilio.ist conu*. oi  Ldn.it Diek-fiu - i mil eidcoiil on ilain be  in^ the initial post ,idj iff ni to the -ouihw -;  coi in i of Ku h ud II imiil - cl mn   ihenee uoi [h  SUCll lllls    llcllel   ��l-i SO ell 1'Ils     thc'icc   -outh  SOcliiinis  them e e ist si), 'i,i.r-- iti the pint.,   ol  beiminmi; mil iniitamiio; i tn.uies  I dim i    Di. kson   I.iiuiioi  ,1'llnt - P -llt'l     \|;(   ,t  D.ui d Ill's ",i.|   i   \ oi  I mi i> \   l.idi  NOTICE.  Noin ( is In ii In ..-ii i ii 'Inn ihn l\ d Us m, i  dull 1 I'll b lid J iiil.1111 mn id 'i, ipple l, [ij,  L In, M iiiuiiii-slt in i ul I. nul- nnd Woiks in)  thi \s.|st.ml i iimiiu--ioni i i 1 1 , i ,., l,lti  \\ i i k- ini i In ln-.ii n i . , I ts' i," niiiim 11n a  linns' In |ii.l-|i,il Im mni .nul |, In kin,, i,  III! folio-l In, d, -, III,, ,{ 1 ,��� | -i , i|, ,1,1,1,1 !������  mile- Mi -t nl III.   I  htlli,  ,,| Iim i   nlj, nulln   l(il  ��� ash i ll b ill ud tl i o' 1 d i n i      1)1, I, J mil  III tin   south     s'   i a pui |l it,  nl   |   ,.,[   Lom,   i,,  l.Jl-si rici, I eru.lsn I :(���! il in Ijiii :  -. t'filllllletieili'i.iH ll post pialiled a I   llie   miiiJI,-  IVCsl    enrller   all'l    mil I'Led   snlllli West I �����> t'l,,-1- nl  ICichsiiM llii'mill's eiml in-,.I in,n! oil i-hdiii, l.,-i,i,;   :  tlie iniilitl prist ailjaeeni In the Hmtlienslcnhifr  nl    1-alra   ('.    Plet-on's   elaim. I tieuee nun n so ���  chains, iln.-itee nasi so i-hnlii-.. I lii.-iiec ,south   s.i  pine  chains, tlielne nest Sii'ihiuns   In   Ihe  bfitiiiiilii-.; itinl eniiinioiiiL: ('.In iter, s.  Iiichurd llitloill. Localiir  .laines l-'islii-i., A|,^eot  .   Iialod this ���.'Ini day nl .liinoai'.v. I'iOI.       .  K'ootcnay yal'lcy.  ADVERTISE.  IN.  THE PROSPECTOR. n  THE PHOSPKCTOK, FOKT STEELE, li. C.,   r-'IflWUTAItY i'o,   WOI  0*  ��he ^o^jejctor.-  s.vruiiDAy, j-m*:u. 20, moi  ���'.-TTTTTTTTTTTTTTnTTnTTnTTTTTTTTrTTyTTTTTTTTntT^  I  LOCAL NEWS. 1  MerrirGuinter came up   from  Bull river Sunday last.  _i  Prank Williams returned from  Tracy creek Thursday.  ' L  Theobold, Marysville,   was  in tow iv Sunday.  A. R: Fenwick was   at   Moyie  Monthly on  business. <<  P. Jensen, Wasa, was at Steele  Tue.-sdav on business.  M. A. liealo was a Steele vis  itor Sunday last.  North Star Lodge  NO. 30.  A.   F.  AND A.  M. '     C.   R.   8. ti.  POUT STKLLP,.  11. C.  Ke.-t*ul.ir    uie-eiiii'-'s���1st    Tuc.sda.i    In   cae'ii  niomh at eli-'hi o'clock.     Vlsltinj; llrethcrn an  cordially invited.  / i      i  IClls River l.otluu,  FYrnle.  regular uii'e'tiu^.s  held tlr.st Friday of each month.        ��� ' *  .���Cranbrook Lodi;e, Cruiibi'uok. iei;ul.n   nu'ei-  intfs held on the ihircl Thursday of i*aoh hioii lb  ���I. Ilisi..jp. Secretary  Mr. and Mrs.'.R. Quaile, Oal  gary, were guests at the Strath-  cona Thursday.  j I njvijaryTurujrLnrij-ij-uTru^  Imperial Bank of Canada I  CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   $4,000,000 if  CAPITAL (paid up) -   -   $2,983,896 |5  REST ACCOUNT       -    -   $2,636,312 |  Hee��d    OfFice���Toronto. e  T. U. MERR1TT, President    D. it. VT1LKI,'., Vit-i'-l'ri'.s. nnd Con. -Man.  AGICNTS    IN   OJIKAT   HHITA IN--l.loyds   IJ-uik,   7"i' l.oinlmi'd   St.,  , London.  ' A flotii'i'iil 1 l-inlfiii-j: Hiis-iiifss Truii-acli'il. ^  �� ��� '9  i,    [-Saving's Bank Department. ��� Inleresi', allowed on deposits.     |g  Cranbrook Branch, F.���H..MARSH! Manager.  ||  d'iKnjTi-nlrCriLHriHj^^  ���:?r.?K'.x*Z%W*r&%!$XX'??W^  The  Canadian Bank ol commerce l  HEAD OFFICE--TORONTO.  Paid n])C:ijiit:il $8,700,000; Uiwi-vo Fund *3.000,000:  Aoo|.,.jril1o JluMiniTOb Ovur 883,000,000 Nov. 30th, 1003.  London Office; (10 Lombard Street, IS. C.  Noh   York Office;  K\ Lxcluuigc Place.  Anil 110 In-'inclii's in Ciin.'idn iind the United States.  Cranbrook Branch.  F. C. MALPAS. Manager.  I  If  You   Like   a   Good   Cup   of  Tea   Buy  E. Windsor, Nelson, was re-4  istered at the Imperial U'odnes  dav.  Pele Matheson, Ur.tnbat'iok.  was a guest at the Imperial Wednesday.  Al. 'Doyle came over from  Craubruok Thursday on impor-  unit business. '��� '  Rocky  Mountain! Chapter    j    The weather eondiiions for Uie.  J .     i , I past   week   has   ��� caused   many  NO. 125. R. A. M. .    I-stiowslides iu the   mountains.  PORT  STEl-'t.E.B. C.  P.  II.  Marsh, manager of" the  ri"^  IHE FAMOUS  M��NS����N  end  Sojourning ConijjunioRa are cordially \  , inviteclv ' "  11. L. T. GaLHRaith Scribe E.  Professional,  ���ach month at eight,, clock.       , jsteeie vi.uor"Su.idav last! ���        "^V^^., ^V/V ��I1U V^V^i^. \\T*K21 t^UVinU  HARVEY, McCARTER & DUNBAR  (    BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS  CKANRKOOK".      -      K.U.  Mr. and Mr-?. .1. A. Harvey,  and Mrs. A. B. Feuwie'k, visited  Fish.Lake ranch   Suudav.  S. PI. Kruaer^.-.Nelson.. was  registered at the Imperial Tuesday.  THOMAS    McVITTIE  P.L.S.  &  CE.  Foi-t^Steele B.C.  Foii'i* Stkki.i: iji'vki.'6i*.mknt Syndicatk Ltd  .J.1H LeiKltiiilmll Struct, London, I'lnitliuiil  N. A.  WALLINGER,        FORT STEELE.  POST OKI'MOI-l ItOX H.  J. G. CUMMINGS  CIVIL   ENGINEER  Provincial    Land, Surveyor  FOUT  STKEL.E,  13." C.  GEARY   &  DOYLE. -  Liveru, Feed & Sale Stable.  Wort Stc-eli*  li.C  Kogukir   Daily   Sta^c jiu-cl.-   all  trains at Kort Stcclu .1 unction.  SADDLK et  I'ACK   IJOKSKS  -  'I HAM I NO Ol   ALL  KINDS A SI'I CI.1I,T>  Fort Steele  Diamond Jubilee  t  miss a. moss.      Hospital  MATRON.  Ol.lelll.lU* Of St   Llll-i-s  Hcispll.il  ViincouM'i   II. C  'Phis   riintitution   ha?   b'*on   l-rceiitly  tMiliirjfcd by a ncu- u-inir u'hjch   is   nniv  o|ioii   for  rccfiption  nf  |i.-irii*nt-.,     1'"-'"  tci'tr.s apply to  MISS  B. MO&s.    or    .1   F. ^mitH. Sec.  Matron. Fort blcdc. B.C.  ���Wednesday was Ash Wednesday, and marked the commencement of the Lenten season.  Government Agent Armstrong  inspected the Bull river bridge  on Tuesday.  H  Jack Stannart came up from  Little,Bull river,Wednesday, Pie  reports' considerable snow in  that vicinity. , �� "   'V ' v!>  Mrs. James Quinlivan returned Thursday from Windermere,  and left on the afternoon train  for Montana. '   -    ��� '  Mr. and Mrs. F.'.T. Dickenson,  and ,Miss. Clery, ' Cranbrook.  were guests at the Imperial on  Sunday last. v  A -sleighing party from St.  Eugene Mission, consisting of  Sister Superior and about ,40  Indian boys and girls were at  Steele Monday.  li. T. Breyinner, J. Duck, G.  li. Mason, J. A. Motherwell, and  .1. Netlerlield, took advantage of  the splendid sleighing and drove  over from Cranbrook Sunday.  Passenger trains from the  west have been running on time,  but those from ��� the east have  been delayed by continued extreme* cold weather, snow and  ice.  AGENT.  NOTICE.     ',  Nonce i>. lieruliy given tlmt thirty iluy.s iifior  date I intend to apply to the Chief Com mi s.s loner of Lands and Works at Victoria,'' li.C., for  a Twenty-one year timber Lease ovei llie following lands in North East Kootenay:���Commencing at a post planted on tlie east bunk of  the Kooiemiy liivei* about .seven miles north of  Lot45!*B: thence east 120 chains, Ihenee south  SO chains, thence eiist 10 chains, thence touth Mi  chnins, thence cast 10 chains, thence south -j 10  chains, thence cast -10 chains, thence south UiO  more or less to the noi th limit of snnl Lot -1.V.M1  thence wesl along said north limit !210 chains,  thence north lflO chains, thenee west 10 chnins.  thence north 210 chains, thence west 10 chains,  thence north SO chains, thence west 120 chain's,  thence north 80chains, thence east' 2U0 chains  to place of beginning.  Dated this 17th day of'November, 100:1.  ?>; . -lOIlN KWTN.  Althouyh we have had so little  .snow in tlie vicinity of Steele, it  lia.s been .-snowing pretty steadily  in the mountains, 'and there is  now. so trappers stiy, about tlie  average amount of snow for tlii-s  tint" of the year.  J.   HIGHWARDEN.  FI0NEER  BARBER SHOP  Everything Strictly First Class  Next door to the Pro.<*ptctor.  notice.  Xoticc is hereby given thai..thirty days'. ��ft*-r  date 1 intend to apply t<i the Hon.. the Chief  Commissioner ot Hands anil. Works for ft llei-iist  to prospect l'or Coal and Petroleum on the following hinds: Commencing at a post marked  .1. K. Mnller'.i northwest corner being the south  west corner of K, (Ilird's location, thence -.outh  SO chains, thence cast so chains, thence north  80 chains. Llience west Ml chains to-pl'iiic ot beginning containing Ml acres.  Dated :;;innary Itb. -HUM.  ���J. 1\. Mil.l.KK. Locator  ,S .lames (:ai'iicroii. Agfiil.  NOTICE.  Notice. Is hereby glvn Unit, sixty rtay> after  (late I iiueuil lu apply I" Hie < 'lilefi 'uinni i--.loner of I.anils ii ii. I Works l'or penni.ssiu,. tn pur-  eliase Ihc fnlloivlng ili-scriltcd Inim In'.Si.iilli  Kast, KiKiteiuiy: (,'oinineiieliig al, ihc north  west corner of l.ol ,\'n.: ''ilS'ii. I.hciiei*. south' ������'i  eliaiiis In llie norlli biMiniliiry of II. I'riiclii's  'rilliber License. Ihenee ��(|^l 111 ('bains to t ll'-  '���ast. boundary nr l.m Mo. C.::i2. llience norlli Wi  .chains, thc'ire ��.'asi I'', eliniiis to place "flu:-  ginnin.e eonlaiiiiiig in all ���"#('. acres more nr less  l.oealcd this 'J.MIi day of January. I'.Kil.  IIM-'.N'I-",  llUKCIx KNKIIHIK. I.oinloi-  Southeast Kootenay Coal Mines.  The coal output of the Crow's  Xest P-ass collieries in 190o was  (itil. IIS tons, an increase of i)0  per cent over that, of I'.lOJ.  Tne out]iut of coke for 15)0.5  .���show.-s an increase of :5!t per,  having reached 107,7:3*1 tons..'���'���  The Caiiadian Pacific Rail way  Company:-have commenced' to op-  perate a coal [iroperty on tlie  north branch of Michel, creek';  The J inperial (Joalit Coke Co,  will developo and openttti the  enorinriiiscoal .areas of P'ording  river.  In addition t.o tlie ali'ive, three  new -���ompH'iiie.s.hay.l.; hecii formetl  1.0 (If-vejop the I'.lk river areas,  supposed to in.* fi.vl.'etisioiis of tlie  Fernie coai seains.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that thirty days after  date 1 intend to apply lo the Chief Commissioner of Ij-.inds^und Works, Victoria, for n  Twenty-one year timber lease ovcrlthe lolloiv-  ing lands iu North ICast Koolenay:���Commencing at a post planted on the east bank of  the Kootenai- Hiver about'seven miles noi Hi of  l.otS.sOil. thence east 80 chains, thence north  ���-M" chains, thence wcst-10 chains, thence north  MiO chains, thence west 111 chains, lliencn north  So chums, thence west In chains, llience north  Hit) i-h.iiii" thenee west 10 chains, thence north  sn chains, thence west :i-20 chains, ihenee south  so chains llience east 10 chains, thence south  11'11 chains llience east. lO.chnin-- llience" south  so chains, thence east 10 chains, llience south  li-O chums, thence easl 10 chains thenee south  ���JIO chains, thciicc east 210 chains io the place  ot'begi lining.  Dalcd Ibis 17tli day o' November   I'.iO.l  .",; ��� ��� ANUKKW  II. ilKAf'l'.. ,  G. W. F. GftRT&R, B.G.L.'  .Xolurij Public of Jiriiixh  (Jo/umbia  Cdllection of iiccounts nit on dud to.  Auditing and keeping (if IkhjIcs donu  with dihputcli. ('oiTOspoiifli'iicc solicited.  0. W. F. CAIITKR. Fort Siede. li.C.  St. John's Church ot England.  NOTICE.'  Take notice thai in thirty days after date  lie intend to apply to ihe Chief c'on-.niis-  sioner ot Lands and Works and the .Assistant  Commissioner of Lands and Works for the District 'of Kast Koolenay". for 'licenses to  prospect foi coal and petioleum "on the billowing described lands in South Mast Kootenay  .About ten miles noitli of the Iniernatioiial  Houndary and tluee miles west of the Plailiead  ltiver. '  ' i  a.   Coiuiiieiieing at a post one  mile  west ol |  Tv1   It, King's claim' being llie norihuesi cornei |  post  of 1). Ii.   Kcir's claim,  thence south  ho |  chains, thence easl   hi chains, thence noi th tli  chains, thence westSOchaitis. to  point  ol coin-'  luenceiuom.  D. ,K   liKKH.  Located Dec lOlh. 100:?.  i  1). Commencing at thivnorthwesl coriicV or  D. IH. Kerr's claim, being the northeast cornei  post of -lolin II. McDonald's clanr. thence south  80chains, thence west:-SO chains, thence north  SO chains, thence cast SO chains lo point of commencement.  -10UX 11. MCDONALD.  Located Dec. lOlh. I'lO'i.  c. Cominenciiig,iii Ihe northeasl (orner of  .lolni II McDonald's cbiiin. being the southeast  corner post nf Angus \\*. Davis clnini. theme  nest 80 chains, thence* noith1 80 chains,  thenee cisi SO cliam- ihenee south 80 chains to  point ol coi.imoncenient.  \\N<;t;s w davis.  Located Dec. 10di   I'm.! ."i  ���*  CAKLIN  & DURIOK  GKNERAI.   MERCHANTS  Fort  TIIK M'ASTKK MKCHANIC'S 1 T It K TA It  SOAI' heals' iind sofleiis Hi.- skin, while  promptly cleansing it of giease. oil. rust. etc.  .Invaluable for mechanics, runnels, sportsmen.  I-'rcc sample on receipt of l'c. for postage.  Albert 'loilct Soup Co., Mfrs Jlohtrcal.     |  Services will be held in the  Church of St. John the Divine  every Sunday evening at 7:H0 except on the third Sunday in each  month when the service will be  held  at   11   o'clock, a.ni.     '.-  Tloly GpVnmunion will be itd-  iiiinistered at the close of the  service.    ���..���'.���"'".'..  Strangers are welcome;  '  '       '       . ; . A     '   '   I",      '   ' ���'  ��� IMiKSllYTKItlAN   CHUIiCH.   A  Divine Worship   will   be   held,  in     the    ' 1'resbyt.eriaii .'��� Clin roll'  every  Sabbath    morning  a,t.   11  o'clock:  Sabbath School every Sunday  morning at leu o'clock.  Choir practice every Thursday evening at 7-yo,o'clock.'.  Pastor:    W. T. Johnston.'.  '    NOTICE.  ��� Notice is heieby given thai si\'iv da\s .itiei  (late I inlend in apply-to the chicl I'uuiuiis-  sioner ol Lands anil Works loi pel mission lo  pui chase the lollou ing desci ibed land in Soulli  Kast Koolenay : l.'iiiunienciiig at Ihc souihwesi  coiner ol Loi HOi.-J, tbciKc norlli all chains,  thenee ��est "is chains 0", links. Iheni e south 7u  chains tojlhe lien Ihwest coiner ot Loi ">SUii  thence easl in chains to Ihe northeast cornei ol  Lot ."isix,. thence south "JO chains lo I he north  west cornel oi Oeo. Douglas pinchasc thence  cast tl chains lfi links to (he west ooundaiy ol  Loni:tr,r, thence north :ir> chains pi links i0 the  soulli bonmlar.', .of Lot- :llii.-i, thence nest 2J  chains Til links to place of beginning containing  -ViS acres mole oi less.  Located tins ������.-���tlriliiy ot.-lanuary. 1 t��iiI  ������ I'I -I. l,'C'l'HKI,*|.'ORD. Loealor  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Steele,  Sole Agents l'or the  East  Kootenay.  Canton steel  COMPANY  Tnis S'l'icrar, is guaranteed lo bo equal to Jessop's or Firths in al)  Hard Rock Wokk.  Solk AcinriTS  crow's Nest coal company  Giant Powder Company.  Solk   AoioN'rs  Mining  Supplies a  Specialty.  Atvehls for the   MASSBY    HARRIS    CO.,  Limited.  Farming   Implements.  V  'ATENTS  ���^m!!��!!mmmmmmn!mmmw?wm!!tmmnmmmmfnK  I N. HANSON,!  General iVlercHeirit  Liquor Dealer.  AND  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  AnyonoHfindlHtf awkotftli nnd dOHcrinttoii may  f|ulcltly jiHiMsri.iihi our opinion1 free ��'ii��M.lier im  liiyonllon Ih prolinlily put.entahlo. C'oiiirnunira-  i.lnnn nt Holly n(in1t(l<!ii(int. ll'iiKlt.MioU on I'uI.ciiLm.  t-wmt. I'roo. uldosL n(.'(-<in.y l'or HPfm-intr pulunln.  I'atiuilH tukoii throuuli Munn *t <*o. ntccive  sprciitt nitticf, wtMioni-cliiii'tfo. hi Mio  Scientific American,  A linndHoiiiciy lllnslrnt(*(l wcclily. l.tirk'OHt. circulation oT any ��<:lt:nlllt<: JnurnaL 'renns, -fit n  year; tour inot'it Iih, 11.  Hold hy all now-Hdcalorw. '  MUNN & Co.36,Broadwa>- New York  Ilnuicli llillco. (��ri V HI.. Wunlilnuliiii. I). O.  Tin: (.'Iiine.se heifiin t.licir umv  ye.ir eelehrj|,l,ion oil Mondtiy. It  Avill talce. liflcen dti.ys lo drive all  the Chinese 'devil's 'from this  district.  ZZ:     Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber,       A large assort-    Zt  ^ menl, of seasoned Lumber and Shingles always ^  Cr: on hand 3  S= - :       DIMENSION      LUMBER     A      SPECIALTY. 3  "���: A -^*  |;:i^;W;nliv.;:.B,a.'    " |  Port   Steele  Meat Market  T. ROBERTS. Proprietor.  Fresh and Salt Meats Always On Hand.  ���*.

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