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 Library of Log A��8  s&a&XBxtM^.  Vol. IO.  FORT STBBLB, B. C, SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1904.  No 1.  VI '  W  km  m  ,c:i  m  AMONG   TIIE  GRAFT.  (i  Annual Installation of Officers  ol  North Star Lodge, and  Ha liquet  Last M<nida.y evening North  Slur Lodi;'e \o. :lii. A.K. \v. A.M.  iiisialleih ihe following newly  elected and appointed officers:  U'.M. Urn. II. I.. 'J', (,'nllir.tiili  S.W.�� ;���    A. ( '. ,\el'' ui  "         .',.\V. ������ A. (,i.v  See. ** .1. Ili-lup  IVc.-i-.. ' " II.   W.i il             <  ,S.D. ��������� II. l-Ci'i-luivv  J.ll. '" II. Mm lii-i*  I.e. ' ������ 11. s. ciiirk"     ''  'I'. "'    .1. litililii-'iml  S.S. **    C!u(i. Scnlt  There   was ;i ia'rge allendance  , o�� members, and   visiting"  brefh-  eru from Cranbrook and Pernio.  Worshipful   brollier  J.   I).    i\lc- \  Bride, acted as installing master'  assisted   \>y   i'as'i   Masters.!. l<\'  'Armstrong and .1. A. Harvey.  ' The instilllalion twas followed  by a bnni|iiot which was served  in Ihe dining hall, adjoining the  lodge room and upwards of 22  members and "'nests partook of  the good things pTov'ided.,  The next regular meeting of  North Star Lodge will be held  on Tuesday evening January,  nth.  'The next regular convocation  of Rooky Mountain' Chapter R.  A.M.   will   be   held   at  Masonic  ainptoii   al   noon   as heretofore,  calling   at   Cherbourg   Ihe .same  afternoon, and will   not   stop   at  Plymoulh.    Plymouth is approximately i',!i."iO miles   from .Sandy  I Took,   and   is .Ind   iniles nearer  f 11 ;t tl    Southampton.        My     discharging the mails at   Plymouth  about live hours will   be  gained  in reaching London.    Ordinarily  the steamships   will   reach   Plymouth   l-Yidny   night,    and    the  mail will Vie in London early Saturday morning in   time   for  distribution cm ihe first delivery.     ,,  Tin* United States  postal   an-'  thoi'itie.s   have   worked   in    conjunction     with   the    steamship  company in  bringing  about   the  new arrangement   and  they   be-  lieve   they   now  have   the most  convenient and  efficient service  that   can 'be     devised   for   the  transmission of mails "from   the  United   States   to   England   and  the Continent.       . ,  DISTRICT. NEWS.  Windermere .Notes  ,NEWS OP THE WORLD.  Corbet Whips Hanlon���Russia Declines Request of Japan���Can  adian War Vessels. .  I''kiiii Hn- Oiiti'i-uji.  \V. S. Santo of Canterbury has  purchased J. Bui man's ranch at  Thunder Hill and'will move his  family there as soon as, good  sleighing comes.' This is one of  the best ranches ' in the valley  and the buildings on it are in excellent condition.  The skating on Windermere  ii. "  lake continues in  excellent condition and is greatly enjoyed.  The JJ.C. Legislature has decided \t,liat newspapers shall  charge only 75 cents an item for  advertising tax sales, which is  unreasonable. The Publishers  Association, will likely decide  that the Legislature can send its  tax notices to Tim Eaton's.  safety of the traveling public.  Beginning today a number ol  leading lines substitute telepho  nic for telegraphic orders in the  operation of trains. It is believed that this change, which in  time is lo be adopted by all  roads, will remove much of the  danger ,of misinterpreted and  lost orders.  HOLOCAUST AT CHICAGO.  Five Hundred and F&y- Perish in  a Fierce Fire alt'-Theatre  DISTRICT MINING.  Zinc Products of the Kootonay-  Silver-lead Production.  North Star Mine.  Fernie t News.  long  Hall   Fort.  Steele   on   Tuesday  evening January 1:2th.  t ' i  AT   l'"1 UK NIK. ������    - '      ' '  Klk .River Lodge. A. P. ,& A.  M.. extended invitations lb till  .vi.sit jnii" bretherii and .welcomed  i . A     '' l  them at 1 in*i>��� annual ,bull on New  Years" Eve. ���, , *  , Anfong i he craft it is reported  that a Chapter of ,- Royal Arch  Masons, and a preceplory of  of Knight Templars will be  formed al Pernio in the near  future.  AT   CKAN'BROOK. ���      ���  Cranbrook Lodge. A. P. & A.  M. attended Ihe . Episcopal  Church   on    Sundav     lasl     and  ,        a  listened lo a sermon on Masonry  laveloc,  preached by. the  Rev.  Beeclioni.      *���'  The new Masonic hall at Cranbrook" has'been completed, aud  will be dedicated iu the near  future.  London Five Hours Nearer.  New York, Jan.   l\--OI'  great  interest to the ocean going   public aud io those interested in the  transmission  ,   of     transatlantic  mails is the new arrangement of  the      International      Mercantile  Marine Company   which   makes  Plymouth 'the   lirst   port of call  for east bound steamships of Ihe  .American   line.      The   Philadelphia', sailing from New   York lo  day. will be  the   lirsl   steamship  of llie line lo carry out   the   provisions ol ihe new arrangement.  After   -.topping   a!    Plymouth  Ihe steamship- will make a   stop  at    Cherbourg    and    those    two  .slop.- wili  "really   facilitate   Ihe  handlinii"    of   Ihe    Rnulish    and  Continental    mails.       After   de  liveriiigthe  mails   al    Plymouth  and   Cherbourg   ihe   steamships  w.ll proeei d lo Southampton   as  hereioloie       Up   lo   the present  lime   llie   |i.tsseni*'ei s   for   Paris  and    .o.l her     conlinenlal    points  "have disembarked a.t ..So.ufh'amp-  ton   and ' crossed: the   channel.  'Phe n'ew .���'e.iient will' be   a.  great convenience J'qr those, who  wish ti,) go to tlie' Continent   and  return-.from'f-'liere without crossing lo 'England.     If will also en-  'able   the   Continental    mails   to  Young  Corbett  al'ter  a  battle .whipped Hanlon.  A. Pattullo Liberal member  from ..North Oxford and  late edi-  i i  tor of the Woodstock Sentinel-  Review, committed suicide' in  London Tuesday. c  War trembles in the balance  says Bonnet 1 Burleigh. Reports  affirm, that Russia on Saturday  answered declining Japan's request. Diplomacy is terrified as  fo what will happen in 'China if  there is war between Russia and  Japan. '],     . 0  I ��I u  The Japanese government outbid the Russian government and  purchased the warships Moreno  and Rivadavia, both of which  are now nearing completion at.  Genoa.  cDespito the opposition of the  Canadian Pacific Railway Co.,  the Vancouver, Westminster &  Yukon Railway Co.. have laid  their tracks into Vancouver and  ran its lirst. train over tho new  road Wednesday December :10th.  Admiralty ,orders issued at  Portsmouth requires the officers  and men of the British naval reserves fo notify the authorities  of the addresses where telegrams  can be sent in case of emergency  should they be required for  active service. '  Mryan says that his European  lour has been interesting and instructive. He has not changed  his views on the silver question.  Canadian war vessels on the  la Ires have alarmed representative Smith of Michigan, who>  wauls the Rush treaty changed  Fitim tin' I>'iiv l'1-c-.s.  ��� o     .  A ' cave-in occurred iu the  upper level of No. :���! mine, Michel  on Thursday morning'uf ShoO, by  which M. Zagyry, a limberman  lost his life.  i / f  Last week all previous records  were smnshed in the output of  the Crow's Nest Pass Coal. Company. , Not only was the aggre  gate output of the three collieries larjrer last week but the  record for ' each colliery was  broken. - The total output for  the week nf six days was 21,000  tons.  i , i  A cave-in with fatal results  occurred in No.' 1 mine, , Coal  Creek.'' Tuesday evening at il  o'clock. The victim of the accident was Sthoplien Hunter, an  Englishman'of SO years of age.'"   . . (t   <  '   Morrissey News.  At   tho   North   Star   mine   .'if)  men are employed, development  i.s   progressing,   and   shipments  will be resumed during the present nionlh.i, \ <><  ���*' Jt is reported that an ore body"  of three  feet  of clean   ore'has  been opened in'the :!0U i'oot level  The shaft will-he extended  to  a  depth of ."OOd'cet.  Probably the.most economical  mining  yet done   in ' Southeast  <        * �����  Kootenay is   now   being--accomplished at" the "North Star mine.  Mining Notes.  Dispiitcli. .Mihiis"C.v Mines.  The government dues against  the Cedar Valley Improvement  Co.. was settled by the mortgagees and the sale-advertised did  not take pluce.  Pay day passed off ' very  quietly in Morrissey Mines this  month. Tho police had very  little trouble and no arrests were  made.  Mr. Clark, school teacher at  Tonkin, left on Saturday last for  Phoenix where he has secured a  position ,v as principal of the  school there.  The Conl Company's new  cottages will soon be ready for  occupants.  ,. Zinc buyers, from Now York  are expecled'to visit the Kootenays this' weelc. when a" movement in this class of ore i.s likely  to take place lo tho.Puropean  market.  The y.iuc product of Sandou is  becoming- one .'.o'f ' iis great  sources of- revenue, ,'a.nd is attracting attention'from the users  of the metal the world ov-er.  At no time in the. last'few  years has 1hore"'':boe"if so much  importaiit-iWorliT, .uiidor, way at  the North Star mine: ��� '  '  The Silver'-lea'd production ���" of  the, -Couer d''-'Alone 'district fo'i-  100;i is estimated at sLl.i'OO.oOO.  ��� Everything points to an era of  prosperity for Southeast Koote-,  nay during tho coming year.  It   looks   now   as if there was  no doubt about the. construction  Chicago, Dec. :',{).��� About five  hundred and fifty people were'  killed in ten minutes this afternoon during n fire in the Iroquois  theatre, rhe newest, the-largest,  and, as far as human power could  make it. the safest theatre in  Chicago.  Estimates of the dead and   injured vary.    The police count of  the dead   is  .">:i(i.    The estimate  of the newspapers i.s 7,fr2.   There  are  ."ifi  people  missing at   midnight, the majority of whom are  probably among the dead   in the  morgue , and .various   undertaking establishments.     Eighty-six  of the dead have been positively  ���identified/" and    (lfi "others   are  kuovv.n to bo injured.       ;  ��� A   few "of , the   people   were  burned  to  death   by  tire, many  were   suffocated"  by   gas,   and  scores were' trampled to deatli in  the  panic that followed the mad  plunge      of ���    the   , frightened  audience for the exits. .  The accounts of the origin  of  the  fire are* conflicting, but,the  best' given',   is  that an  electric  wire on j.he lower part of a piece  of drop scenery���suddenly  broke  and.was grounded.      The fire in  itself  up   fo ��� this   time  was not  serious, and possibly 'could have  been checked had not the asbestos curtain failed to   work.     As'  soon as Ihe (ire was  discovered.  Eddie.oPoy, comedian of the company, shouted���to* lower the  curtain,   and   this <\vas immediately  done,   it   descended, about   half  way and then stuck,"  The tire was thus given practically a Hue through which a  strong- draught_ was" sqtfing,  which was'aided by" the' doors,  which had been thrown open in  the front, of the theatre.  With ;i, roar and a bound the  llanios shot through theroponing  over.the h6ads of the people  on  tion of the agony which must  have preceded their, deaths.  There were scores of people,  whose entire faces had been  trampled completely offL.Joy the  heels of-those who' rushed over  them. .������'.'  Jn describing, the commencement of the fire,   Mr.    Poy  said  '��� An,electric wire broke,   which  grounded,    andr from   this   the  flames were ^farted   in the  rear  of the stage.    Tlie  stage  is unusually wide,   aud   there   was so'  great     a     draught     that      the  flames   spread   rapidly. ���   They  soon attacked all the scenery  in,  the rear of the house.    When it  started. I went to the footlights,  aiid," to prevent alarming the audience,    said   that   there was  a  ���slight.blaze, aud that it would be  better t'ov all   to   leave   quietly.  Then -I  called   fop the asbestos  curtain to be lowered.   This curtain went down, half \yay and refused to go further and  thus  an  additional draught was created.  This s\vepf the  llames  out into  the audience,' and J knew, the theatre was doomed   T hurried back  to thostage and aided in getting  Ihe;,women members of the company into  the"'alley.i( Some   of  these   were?.'in   their   dressing  room-and, wore almost overcome  by smoke wchen they ��� got to   the  stage door. v  After   the   curtain  refused "to 'descend,   then canie  the cxplosion'of the   gas otanks.   '  and " witli'  the' curlain down all  the fire'and gas would have-been  confined between   the   rear  wall  the first floor,   and   reaching  up  during the coining year.  *"      " t  1903    A Happy New Year:   1904  of the Kootenay Central  railway |f-��    t,llCi   "h'rst   balcony, .caught  them and burned them  to  death  where ihey sat.  Many of the old. as well as the  youthful, assembled to watch the  departure  ol   the  old.   and woi- [shattering    the  come   the   coming   of 4he   new j j,llo fragments.  Immediately    following'   this  rush of, llames'there came an explosion   which   lilted  tho entire  roof of the theatre from its walls  greal,   skylight  As soon as tin.  "aTrdTlicTHre proof curtain hi front"  As if was   the  draught  Carried"  all the gas und lire.out beneath  the curtain and caused the,death  of so many people in front.  Rarely  in  the history of  Chi-'  cago has its' people boon'"so stirred as by the calamity of   today.  Tt  is. " next   to -tho'Chi'cago lire,  the greatest catastrophe that has  occurred  here," and   thp speed  with   which ' it   came and went  seemed for a brief period to  appall   the   business,section of the  city.'  Notice' to Conservatives.  "   '  Received by King Christian.  Copenhagen, Jan.' 1.���King  Christian, who will soon celebrate his eighty sixth birthday,  appeared in excellent health today and did not allow his age to  interfere in the least with his  customary official observance of  the New Year Day. His reception at the palace was attended  by all the members of the diplomatic corps and the chief officials  of the kingdom. The King,  through United States Minister  Swenson, conveyed his good  wishes to President Roosevelt.  New Year in Berlin!  Berlin, VJ an. 1.���New Yoar(/day  in Berlin was marked by the  usual o-bservances in official  circles. lu      the      forenoon  there      was     a      service    ' iu  the chapel of  the palace in the  presence of the' imperial   family  and   the highest officials  of  the  government,      After   the   ceremony of nailing lo llie stall's the  standards of several   new corps  the  Emperor and   Empress received the diplomats.      Later in  the afternoon   the   Emperor  returned the culls of the  ambassadors.     The Emperor  appeared  in   good   health  and his appearance on the streets was   the  occasion of a public ovation.  year. As thofmidnight hour approached, huge bonfires were  lighted, aud large bunches of  fire-crackers exploded, the sharp  crack of the j-i lie, the noisy' shot  gnu. the deep tones of the anvils  with    the   silver    I ones   of   the  school   house    bell,    announced icoining in contact with   the  that liKi.'l had departed, and that '  1904 had commenced   its regime.  Then     with     a     whoop,     that  made      the      Si washes       turn  green with envy, the boys start-  ilames appeared beyond the curtain, a man shouted "Pire. Fire"  and the entire audience arose as  one person and made for''the  doors.  It.'is'believed that the   explosion  was   caused   by the .flames  gas  reservoirs causing tlmm to,burst  , As near as can be estimated  about l.:i00 people, were in the  theatre. The audience in its  rush' for  the outer air, seems to  A convention to nominate a  candidate to Kootenay electoral  district.'in the interest of the  Liberal-Conservative party at  the coming Dominion general  election, will be held in the  board of trade room at Nelson,  al, i p.m., on Wednesday, January 0, HUM. Representation in  tho convention will be as  follows:  ('ohuuhiii ridiny  (loll!!  rau'-  ed   in   for a.   noisy   revelry'that I have chosen for the greater part  lasted until early morn. jto flee by fho loft entrance down  the basiern stairway into the  lobby- of the theatre. It was in  these two doorways, on the lirsl  land second balconies, that the  greatest  loss -of   life   occurred.  I'crnic!  .->  (Jranlii'ook  ���5  Yinir  6  I\ :in lo  n  Slociui  o  1 iOVClatlik-0"  ~)  PiO?sltH1(l  5  Nelson  o  'HI,,, ,lnl,,������in,.  ���1,..U    1  Will Pay Out $  Now Yorlc. Jan.   l._.One   hun-  The Conservative majority   in  North   Renfrew   is   reported   as  i or  roiH'lf.Pifris twelve hours' carl  than forinerfy.'  On   the ' west   hound    voyages  the steamships will leave. Soh'th-  7,7,0,   a  turnover  of   1018   votes  since last election.  Sir Richard. Carfvvrighf will  not seek re-election in South Oxford. He' will run in an eastern  Ontario constituency, probably;  Kingston or Frontenac.  No More Telegrams.  dred and seventy-five million  dollars is a conservative estimate  of the aggregate sum to he disbursed I his month by corporations, municipalities and stales  iu interest, and dividends. The  distribution of this huge sum. as  in the past, is expeciod tosiimn  Chicago.   III.,   Jan .1.���Official  statistics show tlie year   190:i   to  have been unusually   prolific   in  serious  railroad    wrecks.     The  present  year,   if   is hoped,   will  show a much better   record   and , .money rales wi  railroad    officials .  have   agreed ��� POi'ary only.^  upon   several    innovations';, and'      It, is reported that" Blaii  new regulations that ars expected to contribute   to , the   general  late the .demand ..for securities.  Money , rate's- will naturally remain firm; while''preparations for  the payments are going on, , but,  as.the operations simply means  a shifting "of funds from one  bank- to another; the''advance iii  likely   be   teni-  senl  in his resignation lis member of  parliament for;S>t. .'lolnis City.  this mass of dead bodies reached  lo within two 1'eef of" the top of  the passageways. , All the dead  at this point were women and  children.  Thu   light,   for life which look-  place   at   these   two    points,   i.s  ���.something fhat is simply beyond  human power to .adequately   de  scribe:'    In'the. first  and  second  balconies the bodies   were .piled  'up;hi the aisles   three  and 'four  doe]), where one had   fallen  'and  !others tripped over the prostrate  [forms.,   All had (.lied as they lay."  ; evidently    suffocated    by    gas.  j.Bodies   lay' iu -every, conceivable  [attitude, half naked, tlie look on  ! their faces revealing   some   nor-  The delegates shall be elected  by the Liberal-Conservative  voters of the respective ridings,  at public meetings to be held "on  dates and at places to be designated by the presidents of ihe  Libera] - Conservative associations of each riding. , Delesratcs  may give their proxies to other  delegates, but no proxj shall be  given to a person who is not a  delegate-elect.  John HorsroN.  President Liberal-Conservative  Association of B.C  N.B.���The Canadian Pacific  Railway will sell tickets lo delegates on the basis of one ibird  fare for the round trip.  Liberal Convention.  A call has gone forth from the  Li beral I cad e rs- for a  con von tion  of -the . faitlifu|.  in   Kootenay  to  .meet   in   Nelson,   on   Jan, \i2, fo  select-a candidate for the Doii'iin-  ion elections now pending,    'file  basis  of  .''representation   is   one  delegate   to -every' fill   votes ''���or  fraction   .thereof' cast    in    .any  polling  subdivision   at   the   last  provincial   election.      If   is   felt  that W. A. j[ hi I li her,   M.P., ���".will '  be the choice.of the, convention,,  and   Nelson   Liberals'   have  endorsed him.  M-  m (?
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A.  B. 6race,
!'t;ilMSHKl{    AND'   RDITOK.
THE   PROSPECTOR,    I* .published
( a>cry   nntnrdHV, and  has  a. suaruutecd
'circulation lurger than any other paper
'In i-H-.t; Kootenny. It in all home Printed
and   contains   double   the   newt-,   of   any
'  nher paper in tlie dlMtrict.
,      A-.'an   ndvertlsliiK'rnwdliiiii   i«   l* nn
■ fuelled.
Devoted .o the upbuilding of Fort Steele,, the
development of the vnht"mineral resources 'of
ilu* KantKootenay minim? district.
Subheriptionb,   -«2.0O per year
Advertising rates mad« known on application
Contributions are solicited Irom all parts of the
almrlct. but all matter Intended for publication
must have the writer's signature.
®Jje $Jv0*pect0x.
SATURDAY, JA*N." 2, 1904
NEW YEAR'S 'DAY, ' .the
first day of January, as
marking the beginning of the
year, has been observed as a
public holiday from at least the
time of the Julian' reformation of
'the calender.
Tlie, year   1901'.  closes   with a
much brighter'outlook and , with
better prospects l'or Port Steele
and' 'Southeast    Kootenay-  than
' l.ha'tof 1902.
En no single country in the
world, we believe, has national
progress"been so marked during
the year just ended, as in the
Dominion of Canada; in no' province of the Dominion have such
lengthy strides forward ' been
made as in the Province of British Columbia; in no district of
liritish Columbia ha.s there been
more genuine development than
in Southeast Kootenay.
We believe the coming year
will see a large amount of railway construction in the Koote-
n.iy yiilley. We perceive "the
most signal marks of the future
progress of,the Fort Steele mining district. And the opening
of new mines on the east side of
the ICootenay river, the development of the timber resources of
Kootonay valley, will be the
most potent stimulus which lias
been given ,to the industrial
growth of the Fort Steele district, and the construction of the
Kootenay Central railwav will
go far toward--, placing the town
of l-'ort Steele iu the front rank-
as the commercial and mining
center of this district.
* *    +
As a fact British Columbia to
day is attracting the attention
not only of Canada but of the
world. You can't take up a
paper from the remotest part ol
the world that does not speak ol
British Columbia.
* *     .'■■
Therefore   to  our  readers all
over llie district, the Province,
the Dominion and elsewhere, we
wish theih heartily--mosl heartily-   A Happy NW Year.
.*:       X       "■
.Conservative.--. in , Southeast
Kootenay should bestir themselves and select their full quota
of ten delegates, live from Fernie
and five from Cranbrook'ridings,
to the nominating convention, to
Vie held at Nelson January Oth.
Tlie     fastest    express     train
stops after the sle amis shut off,
tisiug. '
Recently we heard an old man
remark that he was 'feeling
younger every day. His friends
say they have noticed ■ for some
time, lhatthe was,getting.quite
The bachelors ' of this town
don't nseem to be1 having a bit
more trouble with button less
shirts than the married men
with shirtless buttons.
*        *        *  - n
', Have compassion on the fool
who'makes a fool of himself, just
because   he  does  not know any
*  *    ■**• ■ *
An educated"fool is a bigger
fool than an uneducated one.
* * ■ ■■*
A triumphant life^is only accomplished by toil.        a
* '*    *-
Those who have anything to
sell .the consumer, in.a mining
way, cannot afford to miss plac-,
ing an advertisement in The
Larg'fe    Sample    Kqcjibs
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NOTICE. >   .
** , -'       '
.Notice, is hereby,* »iven Unit thirty
days :ifl,ei* (into wo intend to upply. to
tlie Chief < 'iiiiiiiii^idtiur of Landj. .and
\\rorlc.« for a spfcial licence to ent nnd
ciirry si way timber Iroin tho following
described Wind- in Southeast Kootonay.
Commencing' tit ;t post planted on
the C. 1*. K. line about-lO-oliains north
ol' tlit! Si. -Mtiry'i*. Kivor thence north
SO ehain*., thenee e:i*-t SO' rliainu.
thenee aouth SO chain*;, ihenee wos-t SO
chain*; to tlie place of l*e<>"iniiii';r con-
liiiiiiiiir <M0 tn*i*e>.
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The Largest
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ihenee .-outh two and one-half miles
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Boundary Lino thence east aloti{,r said
Boundary Line four miles more or less
io southwe-t corner of Lot 4591. thenee
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western boundary of Lot 4591 to point
of commencement.
Dated Dee. 21st, 190M.
Goal Fields on the
American Continent
are Situated in
South East Kootenay
The proposed Crow'
through Fort Steele and
Choice BiiJ^iiess
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I'lli'-ii'-L* liiiii' iniles I'a-L.of lin: nort'li lin*iiiii*
j a.i'li'i'ki!!'IT.).[Ui.*ni-ly"i'iillii'.',i'S'i|'iiau';;!(:r..;.'klr5v]ii(-li
iifliiiv's.'siniill:iil.oui'.si*vt.;ii iiiiii's inl"-tli'c l''lii"tii(V:i('l
iilii''l;.   of
, i.lif saini-  !..'-,
ji; j-ins.' i.lic i(iiiiai posi ul AVatsiiiiit'.'S'iuirp'cliiini
j i.lit>iu-i.*!ii!'ii*.i."ii'..Sii ('liiiilis.'il'heiitVAvt'St si'i'Vliiiins;
j .l-iaiiic.* "-sitiilii   tS(i    riiaiiis. v;.hirm*iv :■ eu'si'.'.   S(»
''liajiiis in-.point, of t'oiuni'.'iii't'rincii.t:  con la in inn'
(i-li) ai;i;i-s. atljoiiiiim; (i,ciii'*,'i- . I'.riuvn.'s .cliii'ni   on
.     \Vaisoii C. S/iiiirc. I.ocaiiir
'-il   A. T.. r\nili'rso'ii.. Aijciit
irtiliiipo::.'::,■';:;; -j
!:".'i;;ia''t;i' 'ilSiicjiii
i^'U'lfel'ji-;/..-*.;.',".. "..!.'J:-i.'i vis I '-knovv-ii tnel.a
■>.'■'.'.    ■'.-'.''.?■■:''.   ,.'i .,".. j;-.',. .irin'i'   ,'cas.lA.of.   ilio'-si
,^.-;.(,'l !   Its ilp. >l nilit:' r;|,,,   ,K„-;'i:  (oi-k- of -" '■.\'l,ii-li'i,.r'i<.ir'i'i*!i
i:-'"iiia.i': in.-ilia's.
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i: ;
till*. til.-SlT'T
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dliifjii'gbaiid.Poiiils E st
.loljn ()sUM*ln*i'i.'. .I.ot'atoi'
'' .";■•■; A     ':r ,'A. \... Aiitli'l'son: -AkciiiA
(.'oiiinii'lii'ln*.* iit-ii posl  iiiaiilcil  on   in"i-tlii'.-i.-t
.'oi-iicr. Iiciiij.''tin', iniiiiil post  of)'A*.   I..   Allili'i*-
siill's dain':.iiinl ii'ljact'iit l,n llm liiirtliwesl,'ci'i',.
nt'i* .til" .Iolin T(.)slt;riii'i*'.'"s clainivialiiMiia., stiuUi
Sd'riiiillis. Ilii'lii'it H'Csl- Sil I'liaiiis.yilitilli'i',  noijlli
S'il t'lniinS. lliniici.' t.'iistSll.Vlillins Hit lu* place. Hf
I ii ({i*niii!iliii'iii.'.i.'i)ii acres.  :. ,    ., i, A :jX\
iDaicil'Vici.'iiiili. iiiiin.-iy'..:'.;.  .' j"'-,.'X-: j'X.'jj':'
■■■■.■...''■.■..'(.'• - ■ A   I.. Anilnrson. l.ol'iiliii'Ai;.
A.A .'Tp: t :.::      :"X;'l:. Aiiiloj'spii' Atft'iiiA;
i  (I'oinincni'iiijf ntii post I'liti't.'il  oil lilt;  simi'l!-
;iist (.'oriier. 'fieiiif,' tin;  i nil ia I   post'of(.: i*i nw:
i','iiiil;;s,cliiiiii. anilvnil.i:li''C.nL-to A.(li'.-..Aiiilorsoiis
imi-llifiisl. coi'i'io'i* post',, lliciii't: nyrlii Sil cliaiiis.
llieiit'ir^ Avi'slsSl) i:!iaiiisi tiiencit suiitli .'sjli liliiiiiisi
ilii*iicciciist.'s,0..cliaiiis: to iiliico'; iif* ljc};inniiij;.
.co'iilaiiiin*.; tlltl acres. T.  :.:y   T.TT,'.;"-,,;   „;.-.;
■■-;-ii!iii*i);biii-,ii'!iiiii. i0(jj;p-':"vppp.apTopp
!t .:::■:::.■,: ■ 'A .av Ctr.<>fXa l^iiiilfT' Locator;';";-'
*■;:'.;.' ■:.■';,.:■■ ■'.'.:■::■:.: X..':: A.•r>.';Aiiilo'i*S'oiu-'.Atriali--'-'
'(.'oiiiiiiciicin'ii aii a pdsl"planli.'tl on.
wesl tidriitir.: iiciiij' lliu Tiiii tin I ipysplf'lleicii
liiisriics's ('•liiiiii.iaiiii iiiljiiceiil a'iui lioilli of tlit:
niiri,lfe/isI i'*i)i.*iit'*i*'df'CiiJ'o: l*'iink's",paiini'lliuiic'*
still ill *i:liiiiiistTi.iiiaii;OT(*asi|,lSII ciiiiiiipllioiitiii*
iii.i-tii Sileliiiins.alieiii-iiViyi.'-st SO cliiii lis ,1 ri "place.
(il',lief;ihiiiiili:'(;oiiTlaiiiii:t^ it-lll'iici'i:s..;, ;i'..-'. ,t..;..-.,-.,;;,-
■ i)iiti':'(i Oi-ii, iniii. liioa- iJyi. .;'■,."''■'•, -; •■' j '■■". "x''!
::..,/.' -,;'.;, i, ' lluleii 1 lujxliesi l.oi/iitoiAA
:.'AT-Ai', ..,..;,.," V'A .-, 'X. L.iAi.iiliii'si'ui;. Aifent j:
. 'poii'.nieiicinpa ai |iost piiintcil' oii- llie: soil i'n
psi.conic'i'.'Tlieiiif.': llie, initial: post'.of'A\r.,;.l.'.AIc-;
'Arillaii;!,; elaiiii;-"iiiii' tliei tioi*ili wtisl
'(•oi-n(*.riori|^lt.-iilliit,'lit.'s's cliiiin^)i!|ien'(''c* inorili
'Sfl '•• I iiii iisi'-t'li(*iii*i.'"(.'iist. SO chains.: llit-rice'sonlli
Sn ii Iiiii iisv.'.tliqiicij',west SO i.-liiiins to- tl"', Place
tif-lifiriiiiiinkiaiiil I'oiiliiiniiij-' li-lii iii'ipA . '"■'-.,- ■
;i; l>-ltl*ll''Oi*t.oi>'r,il'"iillVMiO^. At ppA.Tpv'AA
::y-::!'X'''''':!i:X'i TvAV--i.;:AlcMil.liili.-liocii'tdr',':;,
..,.'■ i. A-' :'■■■■':■ ■';'->-'i ■'■'■'■'■'A:'i,'.1,.,'■Aiiiiorsoi'P'.iiOiit'
,j. 6\'iiifiii'oi)"(*iiig.iitii iiost;plaiiied> oiiVti;(isoiuli-,
eiist • corner.:; In*liiifi''tlu;' ini iiii L. pop; of THaryiiy;
Sin i'tli""s„i;lli iiii. a.ntl iuijaiti'-i?!; to ; illei. soiI t-liAi'i-'SLi
corner of,\\r;i,l.,ll(*Mill:in's eiiiiniTitiienee nortiiii
su cluiinsT tlicnce ivesl, sir..cliains.-,-t-lieiiito: soil 111
siVjjliiilris:"'llieiitie eiispll'iVliiiins 1 o"_-MhVs"_ iiliiceitii'
1.0^in""ni'ii';::illllTi'5<iii^ii,ini iik.O l(< :ioi-i;.-s.p ;';JT* j A: A /
'■iAiiiteil ■OqVo'li(!i*-:i!"p'.l'i;ilrilifC('' A^At- yi'^XXyyixi:
A,tt■'..',: vyy i. a .pAVxii'XiA':■■ I -'"A titiersdiip\fti*iii-
i;T'i:tiitiiiiencini;; ap post.planltal (inrtilii'.Tiiprisli^
ciist ;cnriii'l;ivi'ii'iii*i ''jtiin1 i n)t ia I'; ptiiiiAiif; 'i.-VY':';-
il iai'vey's,(;iainiri li iiii "iitifilr anil: Viitijiit'fiiili 'ii'
'Tliii*yo..v-''SJ'iii tli's i'iiiini. tl'.encie soiijli SUi'liai'iis.,
iil'ii'"riim'i^v^oiit'siV i;li!iiii.-t^-.-"llieiifi.v,i'r*>i-Ll.i';- Siii'liiiins.
.tlieiice east 80 cliaiiis loiliie'pln'ci.s.Vfi.ilieiii.i.iiiini,'
c'onfaininy (lllliicresi;: - A p. ~;''vpp
j" I>:iiimIiOi-i'.-il.irr, iiali: Huiiii.;,-. "'X:"'X ijyxyx.■'-jy
'i"'X' ■'-. -.;-■'•'.'■-;•■'■'.l''-i li.-- Il.'irpy. l".ocatoy 'jjy
■■rt: :■. i.-.i-.'",'<■'; :'A,-A.AiA. IT,.iAiuters(iii. Ajreni
"VCoJiiiiii.*'nt-[jiK",i"it j'>-pl!iiitt;i.^:<>ii".:"tlit»;..!=oii_ili.
ciist. eorlier.' liiii ii'.'- tlii*. inii ia I, post, of,.Nonniln
Uiilespie's clainii.'and ailja'ci'iiL; to..llii*" nortli-
wust coriier «<tj Alary.-M:iInir's^;<;l:iiniv-; tlioncc
noilli'so'clialiis.aln-iice:west .sii'.cliainsi Uience
soulli Sn cliaiiis. Vnenee east j<li eliimis iq tin;
.place'.if. liet-'iiinins.' aii'tl acres,
'i/fiiiioii; Ocioueiviotli, Iilii:!. jj. Xr't ".,'.-;'.' V''.;;
■'■T---; ,i- v   Norman (;,i|',espie:Locator, .'   '
!."'"■'SO   i ':'■':'■ '■-'-liX. ii.1 Aiidiirsoii; "Asri'iii
.X'iy ' AA''.'''v^NOTICEv;,'.,, vv"'.,.''' A,;,
N'titice is lierchy given tliiit 1.0 days' afterdate
,1 intend-to apply to llie 'Chief (Oonunissioniirof
IVan.tls anil Apr ks and tbc Assistant .-.Goiniiils-.
.sioiier of-Laiitls iind Ayorks.of tin," l-'.rov.liice of
:,l'li*itisli.,i.'olinnliiii. for,a license.'lo, iiro'specj-' ftir.
■'(•nii I iind. piarolpiiiii »n t ho .'fill hi wiiiKiduSei'jlii.M'l
Iiiiiii. sil-uateti in the 'northerh portion' dl'il'.ol.
.-I."i'ii:i.:ihitlie sinitlieasterii 'portion o'f.-'I'jiisl'.'lCd.oi.o-.
iiiiy pislrict.'■ l-lritisii Columbia: "p" i'i •_
" Ctiihiucniiinji-iai ii' piistiloeiiteil on tlie western
Tslope 0.1:1 lie (iiiiijii*. .bi;i.Miti;li liritish ' Col nni biii'
iiinl Alberta 'I'ei-r.itory. tliree miles nortli from
llii! nortli il'orli.of ii.creel; '(frefiiionliy called
Si|iiaw Cieei-'V. wliiclrllow;s soiith about seven
miles into'-tlie l.'iailieatl Kiv.'r. .ilu; same. beifiir.
east of'flif'-'sonill I'tirk of.tlie iiorili' fori; of
..Mitdiel creel;., siil.lsla'l.-elieini*' tlie' initial posi
of Aldiiii ,i illelhen's' claim, ilioncc S[i
chains, iheiiee tiiisiSiit'iia ins. tli..*ii(.*.*' soutli so
cliains. tjionco wesl Sil cliaiiis to, puinti'of 1*0111-
uit'iici'iuent.l '.'oulainini.'. CIO acres: :iiljoi 111 iifX
tiie clai.niof iMa' Moore on llie noi'lii.
'   '"'-..        ,. Aldi'ji'.l. liletlu'ii. I.ocalor
is . A. I.. Ainlersoii. AMeni
'  |)alt*(l <.)(•!.. HHli, Iilii:!. ■ .*   -
T    I'AST
-l>.\l I.V
T.I.JI'K  . .
N'ii w' \F.q 11 i i 1111" 01. Tii r.ottH'h o ii I;. I>:i y'i.iro and Tinii'iHl. Sl(*o])e.-s
nti- Bttiliit Siiiolii'ii'*- iaiii-arv
fori If'*.'
si;'-11 liy   T
.   |.'(.)l;l).
■a.',.;.-, A A'
■J.   HI*'
in forrfiiil'-i
<;i;o.l   A:;:i,-,
.Jiilllljill i«:l .*
ir 'i:i.'k.'i
111 li'i'riiia
'.'i 11 \" :
ni.    i ial! tn.
(*i.|. (in'iii- N
I in i Iwav nl'
rs .-inii, Kuir
"   y., ii. ('. DKN'N !.S'I'< >N. ii.W .l*.A.
612 prrt.n /Avenue, 'SGaitl.e. Wash.
.) XI.r\
■! I'|t:| I V
'ii-sl- X
*.*.  al'li-v ilal.e 1 in
1,,'Ull   1
,.   .-iplll.V   1
1,   Hi.-   (ilii'cf
t'tiuiuiissioncr .of
,-nni ,W"
•1,..,,  \'ii-;.iria,
l*.i C.. for   iicroiis.-
-.lull 1.
.-ui :in,l
•arry a«ay II;
iiIiit from lh,' loi
I"V. in;
,i,.-',-,-, I„-
i -'.',11'ls in   Si
utli   Kasl.   Kiiofc-,
liny;  .
i a,1' a.
• 1 ii..-a-i ..
.  .  1 in -Mr.
i  1.: al a pninl
oi-li.v  01   '1'   .
-.'li 1 hains   wesl of
Huberts'-  Tiinh.'i*
IS. t.Iii-ii'-i'- .tesl so
!  0'. ,.  -
in;::i i-,i ,'iiaiii
.. .lin-iici*   .-a.-t, SU
1.1 ).,..i 111.
,1 c'.nliii.cncei
il llei-.'iul
..•I ai'.l1. I'.'KI,
,"i'  1.AIM; IK-
., NOTICE. ' ' p...
" 'N'titiei* . is liuri'liy ^'ivoii thaf lliirt.V
tlays al'li'i*. t.lali.* I intend to apply uV'tiii!
t'hii'l' '< 'oiiiiiiissionor ' of I jand.s , and
Winks aiid 'lie Assistant ('otninissioiicr
of I.anils and-Works, of llu* I'rovitioo
iii' I'.rilisli ('olninliia. ftir a l.ift'iist* "tu
pro.s'poi'i. for cuaLatnl |it,!liroli*iiiii, (iii llit.*
i'tilliiwiiiu'. dfSf-riliial liiiid'sii-iiul.i'd'in the
I iioi*t,hi.*i;'n portioir.'oT' l.ol, An'.YA in i.lio
soialii'ast.cj'ii poi'lioi.i of Kast lyoott'tiay
riistrifl. -Iii'ilis!i t 'olninliia:' ("'oiniiioiit.*-
inti' si It :i pos.l, located on the west, -I'-ilopi'..
til' iln*. divide liet.wren llrifisli (''ohihiliiii-
a'n'd Alln.'rlii. territory oin* mile liorlli
andCasl.df llie norlli liranrli .of a creek
ifretpit.'iil ly failed Sipniw-crei.'k.) wliieli
Hows soulli alioiit seveii'iniles into the
KI;i,I'.Iio:liI liivei*.'and ijiisl. of I lie source fork iif tin* north fork of
Michel crei.'k. the same iit.'ino' llie initial pt'isf, til"- (Jtiorot* llrown's claim.
Mii'iiei* iKirtli SO chains, llience -easl. SO
chains, 'thence south SU chains, t.honee
west SO chains to the pl.-ice of lii'o'iiiuiil'j'
c(iui.!iiiiiii<r 'Llii at-res.    I
(.'i;or^'t' llniwii. I.ocalor
A. I.. Anderson. Aocnt
llate'd Oct. lllM.i. JUU:.. -I.S
Nolict.: is
date, ivc, llie iiii.lersi(..>H>d, intciui to upply
to tlie Cliief i.ioiniiiissioriei^fif. I.uinls and. Works
al Victoria, li. (,.';and tlie Deputy Cominis-'ion-
er of.l.andh' iiinl Works for Soiitlicust Kootenay
I.i. li.'.A ftir 'a, licenses to pi'ospi'fl. for Coal
anil Petroleum oiVllie . lollogivinij describetj
li'unls, situiitcd i'n tin- souib-east.erii portion 'of
Kiist ICtioteiiiiy. li.C.:--'-.   T ,      ' .
.' Coiniiiohciuj,' 1(1. a ]iosi.-r.pliinieil about
I'iinrte.t.'ii ipijcs 'noilh (.f llie • i'lat'liciul Kivlir,
n'iid about 1!. miles e:is!/)f tlie tinvn of Fernie.
U.O.. oiiHlo.el; '-ihiUS, 'aiJil'aliout, tli ret; iniles' fast
nf tiielioi'tli fork ol Miciiel; creel;.' and iiboiit
one mill.!" !vt-si,..,()f I lie waiei-.-.lit:.lo'l'tlie i'licky
Wiiiinuiiii Kangc,. 'bniliK. thi' -norllionsti- t'oriiei*
.'i'iiil initial pcsl, of,(.'. lii: .iaip.'i'l's eluiin:
l.lieiiee"S'-iullj. so eliaiiisi iliciii-.-wesl-SO cliains,
lli'-'iicc 11011 li so'c lin i ns. I lie net-east Su cliains in
|,|ii!it. of comuieiiciaiielil. coiiialiiiuu'ii.-IO aci;fs.V
i'laled ('.:>..-(., I'-.u li. I'.io::.'      „ i';.  '     ■ ■'■'   '■'•    '"
'.:'   .   1". II.' Hopei't. I.ticaior ' :<'"
.''.,'. ■",..'","■■'''■i;.A',.l..,Ali(jers(ili,-AKOIIl.'
'(.ioniiiienciiii* al.: ii ; post plaiiu-d on Hie'
liorlbivest.i-oini/i. Iii'intr.llii'. iiiitljil post nf.Mary.
Xeall's c- In I lii. 'and adjacent- to lilt; NOrtlicasi
corner (if C. Ill ii'up..'rl:> claiui.'lliciice south Sit
cliaiiis, llience cast SO cliaiiis,'; llience 110i-i.l1 .so
cliains. 1 licncewesl So eltaiiif in, jiniiit of i'bin-
ineiiijt'ineni. eiVnianiiii'.' 'Itn (le^'esi ..•; yyy', '';,■'.'
lliileil Ocl..!!Hh. I'liliM.   '■'   • jj--' 0
alary Xeali. I.oeator,
,.  ,'■'■"■..-.-''.■ ■    . ,,\; i,. .■Vinlei'Min.'Ai,'oni
"(T'.'.iii.iiiciiclii!i alia' 1'iist |il;iii'leil (in lin*
soiilhwesl f.iilnci*. Wei ni" llie iniiiiil post '. if I Sitae
,.M. 1,11.viiiaii's i'iiiini, aii. 1 n'ljai't'iii io tbe.nortli-i
..iv'i'sl eoi'iier oip\lary., \(*all's eluiin. Iliciici*
norlli s.iciiai 11s. .iiiencih t- isi So,-.cluiiiis.Uience'
soulli SO ciiaiiis. iliciice -.vesi. so cliain-, to" point,
of j.'iiiiiiiji'iii'emeiil.'coiittiliiLiiif mo acres. .',.;.;
i; . I'liip'.l.i let. I!iii.'l. .''.,,:';,..,'', .'<:"''j ■,-.-"',. ;A'
•-'y'j 'j'''.'„'.-,'"'■        Isiiiic "M, l.yinaii.
,■"■''' A. ).. Aiiileri-oii. Awt*nl,'.  .
, ('ojiinienciii;,',.'il a posl.pliiiuetl oil tin.*- soutli -
.oii--:| coriier. Ixjini*the inii,la I postof lOliiieri Ei-
I .j'1 nail's elii ini. 11 jiireiii.'to tlie' sou tli west
eoroeivtif .ifsiincpl. ■ l.yiniln's'li cliiini., ilieiicti
north SO cliiiiiis,-,ilii.ini;t; west SO cliaiiis.' Iliei|ce
soiiili (jO cluiiiis. i llience; iii sit Sii Jclniilis to-poi ill
lifcoiiifiii'iiceiiieiit.-coiilaiiiiiii,' i,''l(),iicres.■;•■.'-,: ',;.,
; , I lllit-'l (Ici. 'lililll iOOil..'' ,; -.-' 'Av'''.-'' :X: xXy.y.
..." '"-.'    JOliiiej- JC. Jiyjiirtii, I.oc.-iloi;   ,.,-
":.i y:::. .'.., A ;.i..l.T .-Aiiiloiiioii,: Aguiii-,: j
V. C(iiiiineiit'iiii,vit' a TpoSti'pliiiiLtal.iiiillie'S.'nitli
w:i:sl i-iii-nei-.,,be(jii(.'alie iniliiiipos't of (r>.:-','l,.
.loliiistin'SiCliiiiii.Tiiiid .sTiiiitli.Tiinil. aiijaeeiil.-lii
Mary .N'iaill's clainiy tiitaice nor iii
IJienci' SO cliaiiiV'. i iieiiee sou lii SO cliaiiis. Tt'lia iiis. toptii n t iif I'oiiiiiieiica-
IlitT'lli, L'OIlisiillilljf OlliiuaeS. ;, ,.,     . '.':;    ,..,..  ,':: ,,..,.'.,'.,■'
i;''fi:itt;tl,dt-ivi'iiih';;ioo:i jX'"''iXXtX:' 'iXXxX:
i'*'i.! ::,.:::::. A '('• !-• •; ':■■'■:'.
A.   ;,.: . ii- v.- T';: ...^'i, ta. I.i Anilersoii. Aient  t
,, (..'tiiaiiiyiieiiii,' a I ii|iosiiipl;iiitetl on -.tlie soil tli-
'oiisti'l'drjuM:,'. beiiijf- tlie. huliai i|iiist .iof,: .'Win'o
i'j u'lsoii|s ('iiiiiii; liliiiit.ijaceiit. It.^tlie soiilliw'C'ii'
"corner (if Oi*" f, AijlViliiisbii's jj cliiiiii. , llieiice
Jipi'tli. SO cliains;. tlieiice west SO chains, llieni.'c
soiitlrSiieiiiiills, tlieiice enst'SII i*iiaiiis'..i,lo tlie
point of' tptinieiupiienl.iconin in liljr ii 10 "acres.,
■■'.  linitcti Qi.:|.iTii'tl|Ailil«.    ;,v .-':..   .'-'':; t'; jy-X . -■
TT: i -.;•' AA t. y _.-... -....; Win.iHuilson, l.ocalorT,.
viC'oiiiiiieiitiiny.-'iiiii? post.piiiiite.di.ou tiie'lioftli,
ivest coriie 1'.,;'; bei 11^' abo iiiiti'itli postV i't, iMiiry
Jla iiii it's (;iaini.V;iii(l -iniirfh'tir ii.iiiV'-'ail.uie'ent 10
rsiiiii'*.' Jh-IVyiiiuii" ijclaim,; thence;sijii tli SO cliains
thence cast SOcliajus. tlieiiceilortli SO. ehiiins.;.
tlieiicciyiist iS|);. i-liii ins tiof point of .coirnhcnce-!
meiitiTitV.tititiniii'yiiHii.iiereSjT.p: v.',:;.";: ■r"iyXi:-.
■'-,:;. IJ m i't"«l -"(Dii • i-^^iii.t li a- 1 i»i'):-i.'-V";:';^---".-- .-■':'-. .-->.!"'--. -;:;'.- -"■ -.?:■" ■! --.^' •-■=J?^::--"::"'y
AT; '.Maryiaifihiiiv'lp.ilin* * V..
■y.TyjAi. !•• AiidersoiiiiAgeiitTT
;vCoiuiuenciinjiat ii post planied tiii.llie .'soiiili'-'
we*stJieorjiei''.!;;;beiiig..;.tliev, in'itiaiTPosl;;6f..i\Iaryv
i").iiij^liiS(,l-,eyii.'sA:i;iiiii.,r:>:ind:: aVijiiceiii,; toViliei
norlliwcst ";TMnry-i;Miiliar's claim,
.tlieiice.iKiri.Iiif'o.iciiiiiiiSi..iiieiit*e oasl >i0 i-liiiiiis.
I.iieiii:(s!;s6uiirs0: t*haiviS.>lliiiiica'WOSi SO ehaiiis-
.if 1   iitViiil iifvoiioiiinieiieemeiii. 'i*'iiiiiiiff ,iiio.'
■; vi.;;jv*;A :*£ l i': .'V '• I i'V i .T-»«"< 1 "fl fi s_"-7?«'y. 11 ■; ■'. r>'oc:a'to i-.'V""'';':
■ ■•"■ ■";' .''"'■ ■:'' 'y>:::<X ■' '.""tit" ' A "K-i' A111I0 rsiiii; "A iie oii
TiTf'oiihiieiiei iii; Si af'-''': aTT*Jiiiisii'r'*pl:iijtti.f I: oii^tlfif
ifbrilitiiisiciiiaici'. btii 11^ ibe'inii iii I I'osi, ol'.Wiii?
1,1 iiVlios.'-cliiiiii, anil adjacentiI.v flic' niirtiiwest
corner,of Mairy lloiijjlas -.l'o.yn,"s cla'im. theiiiie
south SO cliaiiisi.lilio'iu'O wi^st'^^SOj clinins.. tlieiice
iiortiiiStiebaiiis. iliiiiice eiisl So cliains: io point
bi'taniimoiicenieui;. coniaiiiiii'.*'li'lhiie'ri'S.       -j j. -
'■'■ ''iiai ii'l ;6ci lib Ii.i!i0:i.;,-   ' -I tt ;'.,-' -:' ■■-■;'" ''■'.:■-i\
■yy '..:■:.'..   ! Won implies. I.oentor
■.'.'"*...     ■'  /'.    ". .'   T1 A. i;.i,Andei*soii; AiieiiiV,
■ C'-jniineiieing at.a 'post plaiited.on'tlie sbutii
east ebriier. being tlie initial posi of Win. ■'■>'.
\Vlici,*ier,:s claim, nnd adjacent to-llieiibi'tli-
east 'corner, ,of .Atiily ,il(eyiuild's' tdaini.
ilient'e norlli SO chains: llience west si.i ..chains-,'iici'Tsiiiiili SO cliaiiis:'t.lii*iice' east so cliaiiis
Lo, point .of.. ciuiimeiiceiiient. coiilaiuing i'»-lil
aeri'si,- ■-..;..-■.- .;. 'i v.:  i    ■."'',";,..■'.''"   '''i-1'' "'■'.'   ■;''
'iiialydOeti'Jiith. IlltW;   : i ;:;;i:'5 -, -   /.- A-;."'  V
,V;V,    .... Wiii. K. Wlieelei-. Locatoi*
■ .alii,    ; a. I.i Anilt'i'soii. A.v'eiit
.p.A"pA./..NOTICE.A' ,;, "v.
T is'olicc is jiereby given that tliii'tytliiys 11 fie r
date I Intend i-10; apply -to the Chief Coin in is-
'sionoi't'f.,!-anils iiinl AVtirUs an.l tlie. Assistant
C'ouiinissioiie'-i'til'Liyiil.s iuid Works"of tlie ^Province ,01^y Uritisli.-Coliiinbii'.-for; a license '.'to
ij.rbspect for coal a lid, petroleum oii, tiie. follow-
ing. ilescriiiedliiiid siliiiited iii llie northern
portion'of. I'.'ot'.'-iSfi:.! in' tlie southeastern, portion
.(if Hast ICootenay''bi.stiii*i.:,Ui:itish Columbia.
■'.- C'oniii'i'ueiiiK nt: a post, located on I Ini wesiern
slope of Ihe.diviile. between Hriiisli Coliinibiii
inula Allierra Territory, one niile nortli. and
llience,Ih'repuiles east oiylie nortli branch of.
a creek (fri"|ueiitly ('.ullt;il S'luaw Creek) lyhieli
llii \is" soiithAiiboiit seven - iniles iii to the !*'lin-
'lit'iiil iJiver. and cast to,tIni source of the. south
fork .of the fork of-.M iehel creek, the .same
being the iniiiiil pbst'of,i.; I...Crawford's eluiin.
llience iiorLli SO 'chains:- thenee oust   SO  chains. Sil cliaiiis. tlicnce SO cliaiiis, fo
*    '     -0    ..'..'- .
point.til foiniiieiiceiiieiu.  containing a-io iieres
adjoining .1 : liininer's chiiiii on the norih. . '.
, ' .SU: Crawford., l.ocatiir
is A. I.. Anderson. Agenl,
Daied Oct. I'nih. Hip:::,; ■■.   '*-.. .
.■■',.•'"     NOTICE. ,   .   ■
' Notice i.s hert-by given that thirty days after
date J. intend to apply to the Chief CommLiKJoii;
er (if Lands aiid Works at Victoria. H.C., for
a 1'wciity-oiie year timber Lease over the following lands In North East Kootenay:-Commencing at a post planted on tiie east bank of
the Kooteiniy Kiver about seven miles nortli of
Lot la'Jfi: theuce east 120 chains, thence south
'SO chains, thence east 10 chains, thence ton tli SO
chains, thence east 10 chains, thence south SMCi
cliains, thence east 10 chains, tbeiiee'.south ifio
niore or less to the north 'limit of said Lot --Jnllii
thence wost niongsuid utirth limit 240 chains,
tlieiice north IHO chiiins.i'ilience west fo chains.
tliiince'iiorih 2-10 chain's, thence west -10 chains,
thence iiortli so chains, thehce^west 120 chains.
tlieiice nortli so chains, "thence; eiisi 'axi ehiiins.
iiVplace.of bogiufiing.  :'■ '' '. ,   . •-,.
Date/I tin's ITlli diiy iii November. I'M):',:A';'   -"■'•'
'■■'VXX'X'X":  :,i'Xy'.' PpOIIVKWINiT"./;'
,',:' v '".- .,'■ Xy ''"'7~''pT'' '
N'(ilice'islii.']*.-b.y given t lui l thirty duys.-afiei*
tlait;7 inteii'l to apply to'thc'Chief Conimis-
sioner of, l.iimls unit WbrkS;,. Victoria; .for ii
Twenty-one year liiiiber'leaijc <"'Viir'the:foiio>i'--
ing; lands' in North . Kast ,:Kooteiiay:;rCoiii.
nieiicliigai. a jitist idautcd oh ihtp'ast. liiirilV-'oV
IJii' K.-.bieiia'y Kiyer about seveii miles north of
Lbt.Sr.Wi. thence i-iistSti eha'iiis. .'li'bVlH
210'chilinsv theneeAvi'sV-lO chains, thenee'. noriJ..-
li'iO chains;- tlie nee west 10 chit ins, thence" nortli.:
•SOcliaiiiSi thenee.wi.-s'tTiii chains, illicnci;. liorlh
l'C'0cliaiiis. thi'iice west'i(i,cliaiiis, thenei:,,nortii
^ii'liaiiis/theiice'ptsiMii'chiiiiiS; tlit:iii*i*,:soiilli^
mi cliains. tlieili'i*'east 10 t;ha insi tlieiice.south'
IHO ehainsi thence east -in chains, thence soiub.
.SlVehiitiis, LhiMii;!.- eiist IO <*liaiii.S..llit;iii:e, spli'tii
li;(lchiiiii's,"th(!ii(*('.ea.s*., 10 chniiis.' liiciiei' soulli
2|0 cliiiins. ihenci: easpto ('liaiiisHii  the ;plue,•
tlf lifglllllilig,  ,'''.: A i';-: ,yX'-:.y, ''-T;q:i i;,..'i  ,,;,,t.T-:T   ■•.'(,..
/' Milled iliis I Tib ilii.v of-Noveiiilier, l!HW.,f ■:X, '.-j
'■-i'Z::'-:'j:.     ■■'■'.   ■' *,X  ANIIIci'i'w li..(lI(ACK."'
''■tli :..i0i''':!" .-' ',-:v;.^ficfc;';A'""A"'::': A:;:':v .',''■ .
i NiiLice:,,ls.-liepb.v.giveiithiit.thirty,days afti'i'.
diit'i!" I i'inientl tii; apply(jio tiie' ChIei",C'oiniiiisj,
sliineroi' Lands and Worltsiiutl to ilie.Assisiiint.
Coin in issioner of Laiids niiii Works, of the i.'rr;-
'Viiiee'of liritish Oolttinbia, for li license Id prospect, for,, cbai,' and iietroiiMiin oiiithe foiloiviiigl
tlescri lied ;!aiiil.;situa ted .in Jhe'^Northern ''10'rV
1 Ion iif 1.01, I5'.i:i. iii tlit: soiltheaisieriijiortloii; <if.
Kiist ICodteiniyDlsiriew'firiiish Coliimiiia.
A.Coiiiineiieiiigi lit va;-post;; plaiiteili iiii;; tlie
western • -slope ,((f, I he, (ii i'itiu 'betivecii: Uriii<li
Coluiiibiipiid TAlbprta;-Tei*riiory„.iidjaeeiit to
tlie,uortl|iyesl t-oruer. posti iut • .lames .1^ flfOH's
claini'"ihe,s'aiiie;lieiiigtlieihiiliii post of Williiiiii
l'^Hciiricl:ci;'s;elaiiii'-tlieiit:e.sbuthT-80. 'cliaiiis;-
ihcncpvosr ciitiiiis;
tlicnce. ;east ;S(i ;eh:iiiis;«tb- poiuiof couiineiicc-:
ipiit.;>oiitiiiiiing. oi()l( acres-v iiii joiniiig.losepli"
liietliiMi's cliiini iiii the lioi'th.pv yy ;;;." yyyy ..
■X'XX" ','■ ij':"';•'.;'.;:'WiUianiTl':.:Sclirickcri'Lociitor
... IS-' J :.; ;-:.-: a;a t ;.'A,.';'Lj!,Andei*soii,'Agen'i'i.-'.
;A;Dated; Oct:; .1 lllli'/lim...:. txXXyX.ittiX:i:
tXXx' y'yx-x: % NOTICE.:' :XiXXXx:.::X
pNoti(:e..;is;^ days
aftpr Aliite';!'.- shall; apjiiylo itha Ohiel';'
C0111 iiiissionei* of; Laiuls'aiidMVqrlcsatid
Goliinibia; i'oiya.licenso!tpV|)i*osj)pcpfoi'
(:oaJv:tn(l ;iipfi'piettiTiv:oii;"thcA.-followihHV
^dpjip^ihea, land.; ■'sitiwtij.'jii' nprtiioiii
jioi'tiqii; t;'j;; Lot "4S93.';' iiii the soiithfeasterti
isli Pohiii|l.iia,;poiunieiiciiio;,iit a-post'lo;;
cat ed/ 011;.- th c- western slqpp of tli e; di vide:
Jie'lApeti; 'B i*i fcisbCol ti'in bit^iiiid'Alljertti
;To.rri lory.;two" niiies: w'p'kt qir'.tli'c;iioi;^
idaiiii;;theiTsaine:beiii<i*H]id,'init,ial -post'
'!.-■■ ,:-'.-. '-.:-- -'---,-'...: -.- ^ -..,-■'.   ,.   . -'- - '.',,;-'v-:.'
.'sir 1 bib SO Ph'ai 11 s. 'iiii\y 11 iipjeast 8(1 yy.Iiiii'nfl,«
^.lioiji-p^titiiMih^^^O, cliaiiisi; tlietiiio^west Su'
phain^3>i)^;lip: |)lap;'Jif.,^ilining, con-'
!t;aiiliiio;:ii;-l():;aei*(T:S: ii(ij(iiiiih»^thp"i;laiiii
■'fif'''".'V"iilc'i'i At llletili'ph' Viirih(^nortliH;rnA;?
\iX. ■'■:. jjX'Xfi. ;-.l.atiies';Av\ioor(pLocatoi-
■'!-:-;^7.'; ii';;i'■'xjy.x'A: ijTAVndprsqn.TAo'ent.
vVDiltpl- Ooli;. 1 l)tll.y;!IO;i. V;ii', . yXyti:,   Xy..
'a',,,;,v AA''.'^:;,.,'".N'6"ncEv''r
; Niii'ice is liercby giveii that Lhirty (lays .iif ter
diiieil intend to apply to the Chief Comiinssibii-
tn* of Litiids iind Worksiiiid the Assistant Coni-
liiissjoiier.of Laiids and Woiks of the i'rovince
of liritisii'Coluinbia, for 11 license id 'prospect
for cbai- iind petroleum oil «tiie following des-
cribeti land situated iri the northern portion of
Lot l.'ifi't. in ihe, soulheastern portioii: of Kasi
Kootenai' Distijet, liritish Columliia.'
',• Coniineiicing at it' oii.the.westerii
slope of the divide belweeii liritish,Coluinbiii
aiid Ailierta Territory, one mile.norlli and cast
of the■'.u'orlli brancli; of ;i creei; ffretiuently
called Si'iuiiw Creek), llowiiig.south a disiaiiec
of iibout s'*iimiles into, tlie 'Klnthcnd Kiver.
and east of. tlie sotirie.iof the south,fork, of tlie
ilortli-'-.fork of Miclioi ereok. the sii me liciiig, the
initial post of John J*;.TIumphries'eliiiin. thenee
north.SO chains, thence .west SO ehiiins,,.tlicnce
soiiili Sd.ciiains. tiieiice east SO, cliains - to , the
poiiit (if cbiiimeiiceiiieiit. ctiiitaining tiiii acres.
John K. Humphries, Locator
•IS ;.'■","-,.;.-,..'-. ';,;■;        A. t. Aii'Ierson, Agent
'i'i^iited.Oct.■'■V.itihtiM)%'. i'rt:Xtt.'i'::X"'
.,'.'   ( FOKM..K. )    ,,,
NOTICE.     '  A
. Bodie .Mineral Claim.
Situateinithe Fort Steele Mining Liiyislon of
East Kootenay District.   ,
ii\Vh(*re.loi*ate(l:—On thevest branch of the
St.'MarypRiver.   ,'. ,'.:';,',        ',,     ,"'",.',.';■.',''''''.'
. il Take fl'olicu.tliai I, ijahics A. Harvey,- Free
Mlner'si Certificate No. '''B.oofli*:)" agent for
Joseph H.AVright,; F, No. "lieOOiil", Cad
Pi JCoon,. lc.M.Cv ..Noi ijiHfOfrlSVi:'.'Robert-i-.W."
jfjiddbli, F:M.C.-. No. ,■. ••UmtuS",',',; iind iQctaye ,
Pubols Free'-Miner's Cert.illcHte: No. .,'-i5rt-190f(".
Intend. sixty days, from ibe (late hereof, to
Apply: tothe Mining; Recorder: for. a iCertiiieiite
of Improveineiits, for the piirpiisi; ofi.pbthli'iiiig-
u Crgtyn Ownt Of the abovi'daiiii.   ',   '■.;■'.'■
..Anel, further intake notice thaiTaction, under •'
Bet'ticiri ?<7, ni'usl be coinuKriiied before the isiu- ,
since of siich C.'ertjicicfijte of Improvements.
ipjatetl tlds^tbdiiyVbfjictb
,";"lS"''r." ".'■'•-"T 'i-'ttXt'-X' Al- A.;;HAlJVKV.':i'''
'■"7X' A^9?10.?*.'"T:''.'.''.:'    y'ii'Xi   'Xy'
;.;, No|ice"is: hereby Wi veil .tliiit, we., the ..liiidci-.
sl«ued,'.lliirly, diiys after datejilteii.l -'-'to. i>i']ily .
; to (.heChief Couiinissibiier of Lands and; Works
lit /Victoria for ti license to jirospoct for coal aiid
petroleum on the'- followiiiu described 'laiids
bill and ili:(i(.'rilieil''usJfdHo'ws:-";..';'.'.'i.f;:;;i-'''« ".'.,-' . '
':' I. ' Cbiiiiiieiicliii.' 'ai.-'«.i liosi.i; plantc'tl/si.xlct.-ii
miles norlli; of iln-' Khttlieiid. Uiyer, iuid iiine .',
iiii Ies nortii iif tlieHackiHt i?i;bup, yiii'l   west, of"'
tiiii! soil t h  fork of tlieiiiortii   fork; of; Michel .;
crijek. 011 ilioel.' I.V.W, about ill miles east of tiie
town, of i Kern It*, iind  live'.mi his; west  ,of the
wiiteislied of tin; Rocky Moiiiiia!iis;; iiii:
liiltiiil: post of (it.'oi*(.'e Kiissi'H's eluiin,,'thenee.;
'jirtutli,SO cliaiiis', tlientie Wl.'eliiilhs,' tiieiice,,,.,
north til) chains, tlieiice enst, SO icliaiiis'to /the :' "i
:pla.*e of bi'iiiniiliiK; coiitaiiiliilf '110 apres.  v A. ;;   >
. !i. ..i-V :i vivVT;,C!I*'ORCJK'lfi:SSI*U^
!'.' •"/''i'tX■'■'■ iii'tiiX''^iiAiii'i.A'biersoii.'AKeiit; ;■
VT'lliited Oct. i'lllJi!' 'iiMi:«.;,v' ;! i p./ X   . '.J :ji''ijt!-'..Ai
•£.jj Comniciiciu*,' iti! ii; post pliiutedadjaix'nt ;-,
10 the,;iiorthciistvi:orheribf.O'CiiV luisscll's eliilin ";;
bcini:.:the-iniiiiil post of ,i. (.:.'.Ibiies' clnini;"■' ,
thence south 80 chains, tlieiice ciist t!0; ehiiins, "yj
tlieticeTiiortii HO chiiiris,T;tlieii('t?AvesL SO.:;cliiiiiis'A
to.tlie/.j'liice. .of'bi'^iiiuiii',' ifiitl cphtiiihiiij; lilO :-':
acres:/; xXyXyyyyji:,.y;:V,,r/(.i;,JONKS;.riocitior,1''
</.At,v'v. V:! .!..':■'.:■■■' A i':',i;p. Li: Aiidersiiuipaciil ,Ti',.''
■-•■'!.""bnicij"Ciui."i'i«fli;:.irMj:(.: ,Afr'.".'^''-;.>.-''.-'''.-'-;;/,;;-"-'''--.U» -iv'--:.v-
(i-ti|(.\i V.)
.aaci'ii-'iti.i'i'i-: <>,■■ imi'Iiuvkjiksts.
NOTICE.'■■■.;'•' ."  ■    '   '.'
Fill;    'I'.'x'i*  '.Li'i'N'i'/..  i.oin.: -cki/i
.MIN'|.:i>*AI.   CLAIMS;.'
Sitiiato ' ill Uu*/ l.«,()i'l, StcV'lo M ininy
l|ivi.sioii ol'.IO:is|: lvoiili:iiii,y;lJisl,i*ic|.:.
\Vlii.*ri:  ■■ loi.'iitod:      ()ii     Slic.|iliord'.-
Oulcli and l.onldcr ('rook.  Wild Horse
J'-'reok..-      "i '   a •'  '■■''        .   ';
' TA l\ I*; \( I'l'lrK thill, I. I);ivi.l .Vou-
cll. i'Yoo.., M iiier's ' (Ji-.rtilioati.* No.
i!7.'lHiI iiu'ciit for David < .'rillilli, Kr.-i-
Miner's (lerfiliclilt.'. No. l.iliOfi'.IT.'iiit.i.'iii'.l.
sixty, days . from - flic dale hereof,
to .*i|.i]il,v In 1 lie Miiiiii"' lli.'tairtler I'm-' a
( Vrt ilit'iii.e of' llii|irpS'i*niiMits. l'or the
|i.n*|ios(.!. of olilainino' ;rOi;mvii (Jrnill
of flic alioi'e clitim. ,. .' ,
And furlher lakiinol ico.-l.hiil action,
under sect.ion .'IT. iiinst In* coiiiineiiccti
liefori.* I lit"issuance nf such' ( \-i-l-i(i«-:it«.-
of liii|ir(ivi:nionls.
Dated this I'.HIi da.y of Oct.. 1!)():!J
i:i DAVID  K.  .N'KU'KI.L
' ■■: ;.<  .-..NOTICE..Ai ;   v vv, .....
Take Notiia; tlnit sixty days after date f intend to make application to the Chief Commissioner iof "Litlidsi.anil Works.,Victoria, foi'.per-,
mission to purchase, tlie '.following described;
lands in South Kast Kootenay: Conimencin'.'
at ii point 011 tlie nortii bank' of. Siviiur Creel;,
iibout o.ic-lialf mile from.Perry creeic, Ihenee
west 11) cluiiiis. theiice nortli -'(), chains, thence
ciist 10 cluiiiis. thence Tsoulh. -JO chains'to thot
-point'of eoininchceinpnt. liontiiininii SO acres,
. .'I.iate'd at,Cranirrook;,October illst. l!)0:t.     /     '
Thirty days after diiie the. lindersiencd intend
lo apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works at Victoria. -li.C,. for .11 special
licence io cut anil curry away timber off tin:
foliowiii).'(lescrilied binds: Coinmeheins nt a
post' planted at tht:. northwest corner of Lot.
iiiiiiiber, r.'.iro. Croup 1, tlicnce rinmiiiK soml.
IHO cliains, llience west 10 chains, thenee north
100 cliaiiis, thenee east -1(1 chains to tlic place of
liCi.'iiiniii','.: ftlO acres more or less.
; Diiti'il'isih iiiiy of November, IflO.'t. , .
��IS Crow's Nostl.'nss l.ilmber Co.;; Lid
,...,.__-„.. ■^QTiCE.X  -y.   '     Xy'
Notice is hereby K'lveil tinil thirty ilitys after
diite 1 litleiid lo apply to tlii; (llilef CoiiimiIn'nIoii-
i't* of Laiids niul Works and Ihe Assisfaiil Coin-
iiiissiiinei' 'if Liinils anil Works of tin; liie I'i-o-
vince id Ki-ilisli C'oiiiiubla. for a license 1.11
prospect for coal and petroleum on ihe follow-
ini: described land, sil iiiitetl' in tin: northern
portion .of Lot l.V.'it. In the soiilheiislern portion
.if t'.iisl lioolenny llislrlet. Mrltinh Columbia
- (.'oiiiiii.'iiclin,'al, a post planted 1111 Ihc wcslern
slope of Hie tli vide between British (.'olninliia
anil Alberln Tcrrllory, two iniles 110rl.l1 of (he
stilt tlienst coriier post, of Joseph lllctlion's claim
Hie stunt* beiiiK. the iniiiiil posl, (if Jaincs K.
Hell's cliiini. tlieiice. souih so chains
llience eluiiu.s. llienta* north SO clmins.
llience wesl Sil chains 10 point of eoinmeiicc-
ineiil. coiiliiiiiiiii-* 1M0 iieres.' ndjoiiiiui.' Wllliani
Markliain'-claim on tin: north.
.Initios K. Hell, Locatoi-
IS A. T.. Anderson, Ajjenl
li.Dat.ctl Oct.  Ulth. 190/1.
,A; '■ imiii;/, to i;^ropi*ese|ifj:-.' !CaNaua'S
G'RKATESi'^^ NURSERiKS',;iii'thq tftwn of
l.i,qi:t',S'tceie'.:aiid',T>'iii,feiiiiy|        (*qiiiiii*y,:Ti
iind.lalce^prdpi''r/;/ y'iXxX':'::::'*':Xytj
Ti.:'ytJj'XH'tiSe^i^pt^oeaX&^XiyyJX t-7'
'■'j. Stock trite to iisitne aiid'free ffqnvStiii „
tlid:.fig*i'it;iiiuii;oh.ieitlicr snltiiyiJoi-ipiiinv;
/liiissiqii^v Hyx 'X :Xi:titX':'X'':ii-x:xi::-:t't:Xi
fi\-xX-tt^^V0 A^''^yH^VKfJ?fe:A'vA5vr;5
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tSSam ���JY  THE PKO^l-'ECTOK. "FORT "STEELE, JB. C.  JAKUAKY rj,JUM  4��tu-r icnars lavir ���*��*�� ���"*jiurt*i'  lIHWI^UMi  The best and safest way,  to keep Bab3^'s skin  healthy is to use only  BABY'S   OWN  SOAP  i       Pure,    Dainty,    Delicate.  Beware  of  Imitations.,'  ALBERT TOILET SOAP CO ,  Mfrs.   MONTREAL.  North Star Lodge  NO. 30.  ^he $}x0#pvct0x.  SAI'irilDA V, .IAN. 2.   IWI  ^mmnnnmmnnunnirmrTmTYTnmm--:-  |   LOCAL NEWS.  |  ^uuiiiiauiiiiiiAAiiiiii.auiiiiauuiiauii?-  Write it JilU-L  The   public   school   will   open  next Monchiv.  C^niuynriryiriruxnrirLnjyniym^ !  �� Imperial Bank of Canada I\  CAPITAL AUTHORIZED $4,000,000  CAPITAL (paid up) -    - $2,983,896  REST ACCOUNT       -   - $2,636,312  Heeid    OFFice���Toronto.  v-K*-.K'S's-:��A-.:'f*::-:-"?-,s.:<���!���-"!!��.;-:ir":t s-?3'*-x*:<!Hr'-P***��s>-s-��-*5S&-:5'##^  IThe Ganaciian BanK of commerce I  a i ��-  T. K. MKKIMTT. President   D: K. W ILK IK, Vice-lVe.-,. ami Co,,. M.-tn.   ,c| | %  AOKXTri    IN    OUKAT    HKIT.MN --Lloyds   Utmlc.   72   Lombard   SI..    &' t.  ��  London.  .1   h\ Smith returned   Wednesday from n visit to Fernie.  A dViicr-il H.itikiiiM  Unsiui".*. TriUit-ut'tcd.  'I1.    C.     A nn stron ir     returned  Thursday from JVliiie.-,.  i  J  Tlie you niters   tire  enjoying  their holidays the.-,e days.   .  W.   H.   M tt li b of Spokane was  a I Steele Saturday buying furs.  The time for New Year's resolutions is past. '       ' c  Volume ID. So. 1.  marks   this  issue of Thic Puospkotou. "  a. f. and a. m.     c ft.B. c. Constable LitklicoaLt 1ms   been  FOKT STK.KLE. H. C I busy   for  tilti   JlllSl'    Week"    COllOt't-  Kcgulur   meetlnBs-lsi   Tu-.ii.i.v   in   ��.��.)'��-   l)oM  UlXl'S- ��  month ut etpht o'clock      VIsttliiK Hrcthrrti nn \  ��� cordially invited.      ' .    1       CIlUS A.   Click, Cnillbl'OOk, Wil*-.  ..��� .,       r   i '   ���-    i' ��� i registered     at      Ihe      Imperial  telk Hi  er Lodtro,  remit,'.  :e*-'iiiur  nirrtiiijj-' ',..,, , *���   ,  held first Fridav of Ciifh inyiith ' ,  1 lUll'SUliy.  Cranbrook Lodtfc Craiilmiok. rpul-.u   meet- J       y    Hailllister a ild AIHslOl" ,Rob-  inKS held on the third Thur->tiav of i-iii-n month     . ,.   ,<       ...   ,       .     ,  .  " , msoi) were up irOm   I<ish   Lakes  j. iri-un*. i.;*cretary     i ranch Thursday.  y      Savings Hank Department.���I uteres! allowed on deposits.     ,cj  Si ' ��� p  |   Cranbrook  Branch, f. H. MARSH. Manager,  ijj  ' HEAD OFFICE ��� TORONTO.  I'iiid up ("iipitiil ���j.S.TOO.O.iO:  Kcsrrvo Fund $:U'U0,OO0:  .Af^i'i^iiic llcsimi-t't*.-. Over is:i,000,000 Nov. Willi.  1WIM.  I.iiiilId'i OfTicc: <"'(��� l.oin lin id Street,  I". C.  \c\i  VoiK Office;  Hi r.\c!i;tii^e IMnoe.  And lltl li!-iitii:lii*s in ('inuifki and llu* lliiili'd S1.m1i1-..  ���**  S   "<  Cranbrook Branch.  F. C. MALPAS. Manager.   %  If  You   Like   a   Good   Cup   of   Tea   Buy  THE FAMOUS  Rockv Mountain   Chapter    ���     -*-t'- and Mrs. J. C   Oumruiii^s j  ! will spend   the  winter  with   re J  NO." 125. R. A. M. 'lativesat King-stun. Qui. ,    j  FORT STEELE, B. O. '          - ��� I  Regular meeiiiiirn���2nd Tueadaj  ;n ,  O N S  each month a.t eiirht o'clock.  M, A. JBimio. Cranlirook, was  at Steele on business Wednes'-  dav.  40e.,    50c.    and    60c.    Per    Pownd  Sojourning Companion-, ai-u fonlially I     -Vfi":>-  R. .D. Mather  and   child-  invited.       "                                       " \i'i-i\     spent New      Years*    at  ! U'ardner. ���'"  ft. L. T. Cf.\��AiTa rit-rilj..' I'I. ,    Prof essioii a 1  ;     Rev.    H.    Beeciiem   and    Mr.  ' Powers   or   Cranbrook   were  at }  'Steele Sunuav la-sl.    ' '   .      !<  HARVEY, McCARTER & DUNBAR  BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS  [ Rubeil Dem])^ey oi Wurdnor. ;  ,';i timber man. ,was ai Steele!  ! Monday on business.' *       j  H.  ClJAN'MltflOK".  U.C).  W. R. ROSS  ! Mis.-. Lillie Taenhausei". jiost-  i mHtres.--. at Ura'iibrouk. spent  ! Uhri;*unas' at Steele. ,  narnstcr  NOTARY    PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER.    .  Port   Steele.   It.   6  Solicitor Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Patmflre  of Morrissey Mines were al  Steele dnuinir the early part of  this week. ��� - ' ,      &   ���   <  ��  ���   T II OM A S    Mo Vl.TT I K  :���  .     Fort Steele li.C'.  C  ^   [���'out Sti:klk Hfcvi.iji^MnNTSYNiiio.vri: Ltd  I3H Loiulunliull Si reel. LomJun, ICn^hnul.  i Q  N, A. WALLINGER, '      FORT STEELE,  I'OST OKKICK IJOX 8)  AGENT.  J.-G. CUM MINGS  r  c       CIVIL   ENGINEER-  Provincial    Land   Surveyor  FORT  STEELE,   B. C.  ' GEARY   &  DOYLE.   '  -'li. L. T.' Galbraith,' Indian  agent Left Thursday for N'akusp,  on importaut business connected  with his Indian charges'.  Fort  Steele _Cigar   Store  JOE TAENHAUSER. Proprietor. .   *  A Fine*, Line ol "     -     ;���- ..'*  Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos  Billiard Room   ,.  =������*  -*1  ���   WATCIIMAICKR  tllld   .IKWKLKIJ  ENGBAVINGt���and REPAIRING  M. A. Beale and G. H. Thompson of Cranbrook were the  quests of Mr. and Mrs.' N. A.  WiiHiiijier on Friday last.  Joe. Sjoblon of Ryan came  over from Cranbrook Saturday.  He is a guest at the Strathcona  and will spend a few davs in  Steele.  A happy and prosperous new  year is the sincere wish of Tije  L-'rospkcjtok to its patrons and  readers.  PERfODICALS  Toys,   Books   and   Stationery  CARLIN   & DURICK  GENERAL    MERCHANTS     "  Fort  Steele,  Liveru, Feed R Sale Stable.  Fort Sti'tilt*  B.C  'J'he merchants of Steele and  of Sc-nthoast Kootenay have  doubtless enjoyed a "merry  Christmas"'.  Kootenay Riding.  The Constituency of Kootenay  in    Dominion   elections  is made  up tlie following provincial   rid-  insrs:    Columbia.   Fernie.   Crau  j brook.    Ymir.    Kaslo,     Slocan,  Heyuiar DidU  ��*vm,-�� moot.- all    ��� Revel>toke,    Kosslaud   and   Nei-  Lt-iLins ttL Kot'L Sii'i'Il-.J iitifiiun. I .������  SADDLH '&  PACK  IlOKSES j      Al lhp ,.ei;eiU    1>rovilicitll    o]ec.  iKAMixfiiiiAii  kiM'St*,Hciti.n   lion   lllt-   liberal    Conservatiw   (.���anditlate^     jiollud    2U24    votes:  a'Q      Q A W/V'-'T^?"     ^!     ''   ' t'lC'   '-,i'1l'1'u'     t-'tuididatos     2-192:  l\.    OA VV   I Hii\,      'l.   ^>  '.^,K*iali>t   and   Labor candidates  im';.   vou**.       The   total   vou*   is  General IW&fc-Hattt AND  LrlQMOf Dealer.  a in iiit ti. -ni 1  Coiiservativt* nominiiliiift"   con  S"iitioii   will   In*   lii-ltl  ;it Xc'lson  .laimary li'ih.     The Liberal e.oii  v trillion .laiinarv til li  Office and Stable  t  Ofllfl* tli  (Jalbrailh .ind lla/.ei Stroi'l.-i  Fort Steele. B. G. , ! ;������--���  .3==/        ���'���'������ ���'   ���  ' j     Kejiorls   i't.'*l;il inii:  .lo  elections,  p>,l*'FT<p  DAVS;   .Mt.ntlay.    Tliui^,- j ;ij.(i ��� y. f(t   j(i    .^j.   ,)iU.,s rtlp,ho .Do..  tlav mul SiiLiii-ilitv ;tl Sl't.'t'rlt*. ���������'...;.������'  "��� , .,,' ���'��� .,, .    ;   j in in ion.,,.,,.  !     At. llf.nniit.on    .Vlayor ' Morden  ���was 're elected   'by  i Mi.xidin'.       '   , ll /      ���  Chas.  YV. McAiiii of Kaslo may  ; hi: the (Joiiscrv.'tt i vi! cat id id ate. iii,  i-l.lll! ('online; ���je.iier.'ll   ' 'leclion.  ��� '!*l i lfi" l.nsl.i't-iM.iii'li    hn.-t ,,lit.:i:n    i-fftnlly ' ... . ,         *'...!       :.,      l*lllit|Ai:il   I'.V.II.  IH'IV  -.viiiy'  VVllit.'ll     i-     II' I VV i       .(.||.. '���;, .      ;,j-   ,;..,,..���. \': i    , .   I'l'l.'l.'.    i'M,'  l.ipCIl     ft.!!'    I'Cft'ptioil    (ll\   |)*!ll..-V        Fill* | S( i.\ I*     lli'ltlx   mill     siiM'-ll-     tilt*     stlilil.'     tvllil'   I  l,t;i*ius ll'|i|ilv to ��� , ).rimi|ill.v i-lfi'iisliii-Al. "i i,*i"i'^t'.   fll. 'I'tiKl.   ��� l<*.'|  '" j Invnlisiililf f"i��� i.i:<:i'li!iii''*^. fm ini'i.-.. Nl""ii. j  MlSS  I'. MOSS,    or    .1. h'. .SMl'i'll. Sec.    |.'ii.|*fiiiii|ili'"ii ii*'''-i|'i "A:.-, fur iKisini-'''. '  '    M.nt.ron, Forl..Stot:l'j, li.C. I AUuni Toiici S"��i. i\... .mii-h Muniri nl.    \  Fort  Steele  Diamon  d'J'u  hilce  MISS  rs. MOSS.  matro\.  H  os pi till  j -Vl  ���'M\\\\iU\r\T Sr 1,  \'/lTU'niivt:  iitii., ii-*.-  ���, h. t'���  l.iMll,    .  Cr'    Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber,       A large assort-    -^3  CT ment of seasoned Lumber and Shingles always ;2  Cr on hand ^  |r DIMENSION "   LUMriER      A     SPECIALTY.      .   r��  |      WflSfL - - -BG"      |  Port  Steele  Meat Market  T. ROBERTS. Proprietor.  Fresh and Salt Meats  Always On Hand.  East    (  Kootenay.  Canton steel  sole Agents for the ��� iiiin.Mii    liiviti  rniwPAwv  This S'nuior, is guaranlecd to be (>qual to .lessop's  or  Firths in all.*'  Hard Rock V/okic.   �� -   ���  So LB'AG  ���-"^Grows Nest-Goal��  SOLK     A 015 NTS  COMPANY  Giant Powder Company.  Mining   Supplies  a  Specialt}'.  Agents for the    MASSEV    HAItlllS    CO.,  Limited.  Fa.rr��iing   Implements.  REPEATING RIFLES  .;���, ���     '  ������     " '   o  ���No'matter, what your ideas or preferences  are about a rifle, some one of eight, different. Winchester models will surely suit  you. Winchester Rifles are made in all  calibers, styles and -weights ; and whichever model you select, you can count on  its being well made and finished, reliable  in action  and a strong, accurate shooter.  FREE   Snid your name and address  nn  a postal  card   for   our    164    pa\;e   illustrated,   catalogue.  "WINCHESTER    REPEATING   ARMS   CO.  NEW HAVEN. CONN.  ort    Steele  rewitig    Co.  ��� FORT STKKI.K,   B,  C. .  MANni<\.\CTI!Wk;h\S     nnd      I \U V.W l<lh\S    Oft1     KX'PK'A     l��MNM  p .BEER / ^ .  FORT.!|R::p���'>���  S0LD\'BY  ;THli^::BAI;;]^-;f.v,..KJ<:G:  ORa^BO'ITLED  Hoitled beer  for family   use a! specialty  OnT.SIDK (MJDWliS CMV'RN STICICT p*. I'KOM I *T' ATTJSN'I'lbN  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ^^'ISS:  Miitz & So  , Prop's.


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