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 ������j e/.'Leg- A����  i  1  ���Vol.  TO.  BORT STBBBB, IB. C, SATURDAY, JANUARY 1G, 1904.  No 8.  DISTRICT  NEvVS.  Morrissey News.  1j1-.|iiiU-1i. Mpiils-iuy Mini's.  L. W. Patinore returned on  Monday hist Irom, Port Steele  where he spent New Years.  Another blowout occurred  yesterday afternoon in room, No.  8, No. 1 mine. Sufficient warning was.given lo get all the men  out before it, took" place and no  one was seriously injured.  A   meeting  of  the   Morrissey  Mines   Liberal   Asseiciation   will  be held in iIkj   Miners   Hotel   on  .Saturday  evening  next   for, the  purpose of electing delegates   to  the Liberal convention at Nelson  on ihe H'th ,inst.      AH . Liherals  are urgently requested to attend.  The petition of'the citizens  of  this  vicinity   to  the   provincial  'government asking that  a  government ,road   be     built    from  ���Morrissey Mines into  the  Flathead'vailoy has been almost  unanimously signed.    We'must get  next te> that district and   a   good  road  into   it  is  the  only  thing  that will put us there.  notes incipient insanity becoming more marked as the awful  time draws near, they wander  into' lonely corners triufterina  strange shibboleths about pleats,  insertion, gores, tucks: two or  three afflicted in" tho same manner, will meet and with anxious  looks and heartrending tones,  ask each others advice upon  what, nothing short of an ear.h-  cjuake could alter; then, wearily  and dispiritedly shaking their  heads Ihey Avill despondingly  drag ' their way home as tho'  Atlas' load was a featherweight  compared to Ihe ponderous  matter that is slowly dragging  them down.  If one'eompares'this, with the  good old fashioned way,of hanging a rag over the shoulders and  tying it round the waist with a  piece of rawhide, considerable'  doubt arises in the, mind as to  the vaunted improvements of our  highly civilized entertainments,  however, it is best always, to refrain from even thinking such  heresy, stating0 such doubts is  only to call forth.torrents of vituperation chiefly' directed at  the selfishness of the strictly in  ferior sex.  AMONG   THE  MINES.  A Banner Year for Coal and Coke  Mining���Boundary Ships 670,-  000 Tons.  It seems quite natural that the  placer fields of Southeast Koote  nay  should   again    revive   the  Windermere Notes  FYom tlie Outi lop. . .  On Monday R...R. Bruce, man-  tiger of the Paradise mine returned to Wilmet" from'a visit to  his home in Scotland. When  -asked if the Paradise would ship  any "ore this winter 'Mr. Bruce  said:' "Yes. we intend to ship  some ore this winter. Of course  1 cannof'say just how much until  I get .up to the mine ' agaiu, and  see, how everything is up there.  We do not'care to ship much ore  until, the lower tunnel is rim  under the present workings,. as  it will,then be much easier and  less expensive lo take out ore,  .and. it' will only1 be about two  months' until this is accomplished.     What in the World Shall I Wear?  CROW'S NEST COAL.  Annual .Report of the, Company  u    on the Year's Operations.  The following is the report of  coal( and coke production at the  Crow's Nest Pass. Coal Co.'s  mines at Coal Creek. Michel and  Morrissey for the past' year, issued from comptroller's office at  Fernie. B. C.:  Coal output, net*tons���  ' Coal Crook. Miuhel. Morri--.sey.Tot.  1002.'... 2(��7.42<J 127.515 40.202 4-U,2,'{(.  liiO.S'. ' 242.(173 2(i3.590 154.855 ,,01,118  Incrciihu ^24.751. 130.075 10S.51I3 21.).SS2  Increase %      M) 107.       235.       50.  The mines are.under a state of  development with a view to a  continually growing output, so  that it'' is reasonable to expect  that next year's output willbe-4  considerably in advance' of .that  for 1003. , ,     '  Coke output, net tons���  Conl Creek. Michel. Morrissey.Tot.  1902....    S7.909   32,SG3 120.777  1903.... 94.441 72,598 700 107.739  Increase ��� 0,532 39.730 700 40.902  I net-, per aim. 7.       121. 39.  The output was materially affected by "the strike, which  closed roperations in February'  and March. On the basis of the  output for the other months, the  year's output would be=7-75,1 OS-  tons of coal, and 190,014 tons of  coke.        '  Standard number of  men  employed���  Coal Creek. Michel. Morrissey.Tot.  spirits of   enterprising, miners  and capitalists.      ��  Nineteen hundred and three  has certainly,been a'banner year  J'or the coal and coke mining industry of Southeast Kootenay.  'J1 he outlook for copper mining  in the Kootenays for the coining  year is encouraging. ' '  ' ,The United States is now' the,  greatest coal producing country  in the world, the output, of 190.1  reaching 300,000,000 tons. '  Tho gold output of the United  States for' 1903 shows a decrease  of over five million dollars.  A controlling interest in the  Mount Sicker mine has been  sold to an eastern'1 syndicate for  850,000.  It is now estimated that the  total of the ore shipments of the  Boundary for ,the full year of  1903 will be about 670,000 tons,  or about one^third more than for  the previous year.  Mining in Southeast Kootenay  seems slow to develop to the importance so freely predicted in  the past.'  British Columbia is already an  eminent has adopted in dealing  with the un.-sati.-.fitetory con  ditions of the finance--.. '  ��� The executive of the British  Columbia Conservative Association have decided to call a convention at Victoria the first week  in February.  The present election promise.-,  lo be the closest and hardest  fought contest in the annals of  Canadian politics. " ' ���  Peterboro. Onl.. liberals have  passed a strong vole of confi-  dene-e in lion. .1. Stratlon.  LIBERAL CONVENTION.'  W. E. Galliher. M. P., Nominated  ~ to Succeed Himself in Jhe_   Dominion House.  Changed Proprietors.  has  pro-  The "  Inland "   Sentinel  changed hands, the former  prietor, F. ."]. Deano, having,disposed of it to M. S. Wade.  The Morrissey Dispatch is  now published by W. A. Myers,  J. li. Wallace, 'having  disposed  of the business.  ' i  NOTABLE YEAR IN MINING.'.  W.   A.    Galliher  was   unanimously selected as the  standard  bearer  of  the Liberal party foi"  the   new  constituency of Koote  ,.i-ii.V-  CoppeiyZinc and Lead Show'Sub  stantial Production.  ���-.Denver,  Colo..   Jan.  t.i.-  -The  1902..'..    501          220  203  9S4  1903  ...    520         010  320  1,450  Coke ovens  in operation 424    3-11  148  913  Under con-    .  ���  sl.nic1.ioii             L 123  92  215  Total..     424     '    404  210  1,128  'Decrease.  1  Duncan Ross Nominated  Unsophisticated people' would  riot, possibly, take in tho tremendous significance of the heading  . of this item: only those, directly  or indirectly, connected with the  ���choosing  of  a   new   gown  for. a  dance' can  have any idea of the  immence importance this subject  .assumes  or can   assume   under  the stress of more or less  irame-  'diate action.  The number of dresses  in   the  'possession of the enquirer   has  nothing whatever'to do with the  lightening oT tho burden, in fact  it  increases  il. ���   1   have known  -women who have already decided which dross to wear at a coming Tunctieni, nearly wear  thom-  ���selves into a decline   pretending  .not to know which lo choose and  Heading their  immediate friends  !to think the whole universe  wa.s  .breathlessly    waiting    lo   know  whether  the choice  fell  on the  scarlet sillc with green   spits  or  the  crushed   strawberry   what's  its   name   with   the  sea   green  thingumabob.  The situation is in no wise   altered after the general   decision  is  arrived   at,   and   the honored  dross   is'  nearly   completed,   for  doubts  are  sure   lo bo wickedly  cultivated with reference to   the  remaining dresses.      Now,   why  .didn't    I     choose    the   striped  yellow what do you call,em, with  the   niouce  coloured   furbelows;  ,i f wo ti Id h av</1 no ked so e*xq u i s i te  done: up   with   eerk.e   flounces,  ��� and so Oil .  To those who have to   procure.  an entirely new d.iy.ss,   Ihe   feel-;  ing a i i'i on i it- !���<   iibsohuo   a.^ony;  sleepless nights,   n.inl   woolgalh  oring days, only, mark the MightjbnGalbraifh avenue,   owned   by  of time; their friends know them | Grant .Belangee*.    Damage about  It V a. <  important producer, and will  score 'great'gains"-'in mining in  the next few (years.  d"n* Southeast Kootenay ' the  prospectsr-for-a successful placer  mining 'season in 1904 are exceedingly good. ,  The big. hydraulic companies  operating on Wild Horse creek  are making extensive preparations for./work next season. An  order has been placed .for 25,000  feet of lumber; and a large force  of men are now engaged in  getting out logs and sawing  riffles.  It is reported that the demand  for both coal and coke in British  Columbia   is   increasing    much  The Liberals of Yale-Cariboo  held a most successful nominating convention at Kamloops on  Wednesday January 13. Seventy  one delegates were in attendance  from all parts of the constituency  who with their proxies, brought  the voting strength of the convention up to 157.  There were four nominations,  H-witt, Bostock, J. D. Swanson,  Denis Murphy and Duncan Ross.  Mr. Bostock declined the nomination, and Mr. Swanson's name  was dropped after the first ballot  A second ballot resulted in the  election of Duncan Ross of  Cireenwood, as the Liberal candidate for Yale-Cariboo.  A Small BJaze.  ed  'to  The lire department wasca  out  on   Wednesday   evening  cxtiliiruish   a.  small   lire, caused  ���by'defective, chimney, in a house  more rapidly than the supply.  i==-A number of miners from Wil-  mer were at Steele Wednesday,  and report, that the Ptarmigan  mine has closed down,, and that  some 30 miners have been discharged.  One of the strong coal mining  companies which has recently  been incorporated and which  will take an important part in  the production of coal and coke  is the Imperial Coal and Coke  Mining Company.  Kaslo will grant a bonus of  $50,000 and ten years' exemption  from taxation to the Canadian  Smelting Company, if they will  erect a smelter in that town.  There is an ever increasing  demand for more smelter capacity in the Kootenays. and thi.s  demand will continue, for the  reason that thousands of men  are prospecting and developing  what is destined to be one of the  greatest ore' producing sections  of the earth.  .James Tizo transferred to Ira  E Fierce of Marysville, a one-  fourth interest in the Morning  Star mineral claim situate about  four miles from Sirdar and two  miles north of Duck creek.  ���crlain weird Took  lhat   ele ItfLTi, no insurance  Matters Political.  Local Socialists aro getting in  ���line and. will bring'out. a candidate lo contest Kootenay in the  Dominion election.'  From all parts of the province  come' notes of'approval, of the  course which the provincial gov-  past year as it alfects the mining  of gold, silver, copper, zinc and  lead will he remembered as having marked a period of very substantial production by'a' number  of new enterprises, organized  within the past three years. The  general impetus which has been  iii evidence in tho ...��.��� volopmoni  of the. mines since ISilS and  which reached its climax in 190"  was nor, deterred in I.IU'J. notwithstanding -the fact that the  preliminary figures com piled by,  the director of the mint show' a  decrease in tho gold production  of ��G,0'00,000. This loss i.s readily cxplainecl by the falling off  of the Cripple Creek output due  to labor troubles.  While J902' was. in. every respect a memorable year for the  mining industry--Tone.which witnessed the greatest amount of  new development work oyer  undertaken for a like period-^  yet 1903 will take rank as a satisfactory sequence to a ineinor  able year.  In the West, particularly in  Colorado, Arizona and California  operations, of the mines have  been hampered by labor difficulties, each of which found a local  reason to aggravate it. While  the dissension between the miner  and operator has been settled*in  California and Arizona, a considerable amount of ill-feeling  still prevails in this stale.  Aside from the usual skirmishing which follows the announcement of a strike of ore. several  important discoveries were made  during the year. Tonopah, Nov.  in keeping ,vith its'record, furnished tho sensation of the year  by the continued strikes which  were made at various parts of  the camp, increasing the area in  which it was originally supposed  that rich ore would be found.  Other important strikes have  been noted at Gamp Bowerinan,  Gunnison county. Cole>.. one near  1-fillsboro. N. M., still unverified  anel the third in British Columbia, at Poplar Greek".  Aside from the general development work- which characterized the operations in the lield.  the existing activity and interest  displayed in following mining  operations were*, delnOnstrato'el at  lion-'mining, centers., by the or-'  'ganizii.tiejh .of. now mining ev  changes. Boston, ��� Cleveland..  Pittsburg, St. Louis' and 'Cincinnati felt thi.s' eixleiisirin of. the  milling industry 'and..a, new ex  change'is'forming in New V.oi'k.  / The Ainerkia.n-Cjliine.se.' ,Ireaty.  provides lor the opening of ihe  Mukden aiid Anfiing in (Manchuria to the world's coininere'e..  The convention was called fo  order in Fraternity Hall'at L*  o'clock- Tuesday aflernoon, when  between 7>0 anel HO delegates were  in attendance. In the absence  of S. S. Taylor. Dr. IS. C. Arthur  took lho chair: On motion. John  Keen, of Kaslo, was elected  chairman, and John A. Turner  secretary oft ho convention.  A credential committee consisting of William Oliver, Cranbrook; R. A. Kimpton. .Columbia: A. W. Goodenougli', ,Kaslo;  W. 'W. Beer, Nelson: J. M.  Kellie. Revelstoke: R. W. Grigor, liossland;. D. L. McVanne).  Sloean and Alfred Parr, Vmir.  Chairman Keen appointed the  following as a committee on  resolutions: Dr.' Sinclair. ��� Dr.  Arthur. A. W. 'Goodenougli,  Fred Slork. F. B. Simpson and  \V. Toinlinson.  ��� The report of the Credential  Conimittce .having been approved of, the chairman, Mr.'  Keen, said: '���Gentlemen if it <is  your pleasure, we will now ask  for nominations for a candidate  lor Kootenay in the inlorpsl, of'  the great Liberal party. ���  F. B  Simpson, of Cranbrook,  in a stirring   speech,.*- nominated''  W9A. Galliher.    Dr..D..E. Kerr  of Ro'ssland, seconded the  nbm-  inatioii.     ' r   ���  Mr. Campbell seconded by  Henry Roy then nominated Dr.  Sinclair of Rossland.  Dr. Sinclair in withdrawing  his name, told how well he had  served the party for the past  40 year.--.    '  Wi,th the consent of his mover  and seconder Dr. Sinclair then  withdrew his name, and a motion  carried that the secretary be instructed to cast a single, vole for  Mr. Galliher as the unanimous  choice of the convention, anel  that the nominee bo sent for.  The vote being cast. Mr. Galliher entered the hall, the delegates rising anel cheering him  again and again, giving him an  ovation that'any candidate might  be proud to receive.  When Mr. Galliher reached  the platform he made a very  feeling and eloquent' response to  thefhonor and welcome given  hi in.  The following resolutions were  carried unanimously:  Moved by D. P. Kane, socenid-  ed by IT. E. Douglas, and resolved. That this convention  direct its executive to telegraph  sir Wilfrid Laurier. asking that  the regulations for tho operation  of the Lead Bounty Act, l'.lO.'J.  be immediately promulgated and  put in force.  Moved by li. \V. Origor, seconded by Dr. Kerr: Whereas  the successful operation of a  plant recently installed at Ross  land, known as the Blinure oil  process has proved that the con  (���('titration of ores by such pro-  litiss won hi render it possible le..  mine and treiat. at a preifil large,  bodies of .ore, which 'have hitherto been unprolitable: And whereas this pre'ccss requires for its  successful operation large, quantities of oil of e-erlain. speeviii.l  properties, which cannot nenv be  obtained'in Canada, and is now  subject, to a duty of 5 cents per"  gallon: Be if therefore resolved  That in the opinion of this association tho'best-interests  of  the  mining community would be  served by placing on the free  list oil necessaj-y for the' reduction of ores by any oil process  uritil'sucii oilTJa^be^Jroduced in  Canada.  .Moved by Dr. G.A. B. Hall, ���  seconded by A. 13., Buckworth,  thai we express our unbounded  confidence in sir Wilfrid Laurier  At tho suggestion ,of .1. M.  Kellie. of Revelstoke, a permanent campaign organization was  formed, consisting of S. S. 'fay- '  lor. K. C. chairman: a'secretary  treasurer lo be appointed by the  candidate, anel the chairman and  Ihe following executive chosen  by the representatives from each  of the nine provincial ridings as  follows:  R.ossiancl. Dr. D., E. Kerr:  Fernie: F. Stork: Cranbrook, M.  McLnnes: Columbia,' R. S. Gallop, of Athehnar:' Kaslo, ."John  L.tfRetallack: Nelson," Dr. G. A.  B. Hall: Revelstoke, J. M. Kellie ���  Sloean, G. McVannel: Ymir, A. '  B. Buckworth. '       ''[  Four will form a quorum, and  those now appointed will fill any  vacancies that may occur.,   ���  A hearty vote oL thanks was  passed unanimously to chairman  John Keen and secretary John  A."Turner,'and the liberal convention, li)04. adjourned and became a thing of the past.   ���  SALE OP JOHN BULL''GROUP.  A Fine Copper Property Goes to  a Spokane Syndicate..  Tho John Bull group of claims  located three mile above the St.  Mary's Lake at' the Meadows,  owned by Harry "Bradford and  Frank Tracy, has passed - into  the control of L.' A. Jarnagin of  Spokane. The group consists  of the John Bull, Lakeview and  Porcupine claims. Development  work consists of a tunnel, ' in  some 00 feet with six feet of  good copper ore in face of tunnel  Assay returns give a value of  17%  copper and -SO in gold.  Mr. Janagin has also secured  from W. A. Meachem, the Dominion, an adjoining claim, a  silver-lead property, showing  six feet of galena on the"*-'surface  and continuing (it) feet in depth.  A second lead carries copper  and gold values, and has a shaft  down 02 feet in ore.  Development work will be  commenced on the property iu  tihc early spring under tho supervision of Mr. .larnaarin.  Appointment.  ��� G. G. Mollatt of Morrissey  has been appointed a Justice of  the Peace in and for the Province of British Columbia.  News Notes.  Canada's commercial agent in .  Melbourne declares that the preferential tariff is the most important feature of the present  Commonwealth parliament session.  Russia declares thai it will respect the right of all nations in  Manchuria and expressly states  that the country does not, belong  to her.  Proinine.it Canadians say that  Canada will likely make   stmng-  or. anti-Chinese!   laws  than now'  exist. ���',.,.   t,  If is possible .that,  ion   elections   will  until ,'June; /���  Joseph Chamberlain is likely  io visit.British Columbia en route  for .^Australia.  The Chinese government is  extremely dissatisfied ��� with the  treatment of. Chinamen by the  Dominion of Canada.  tlie   Duinin-  he '"deferred' THE PROSPECTOR   FORT STEELE, B. C, JANUARY JO,   I.iOl.  A Meal  in a Moment  is sometimes a necessity and in an emergency of this kind, The Busy Housewife finds "BOVRIL" to be truly a  friend in need.    A little  ^tart*ter  4d  ���sarl-isi.  l ^Jfox-2>��V*iu'  BOVRIL  added to even the most tasteless dish, gives the appetizing  flavor of fresh lean beef, and.  by its aid rich nourishing  soups and ' tasty gravies are  easily prepared at 'short notice.  3'5i*i  V  kSfr& M Wk&X%mkrWk%%$k%%%9kMMM:**&&  ��� '�����  Headauarters   for   IKEining   and   Commercial   Men  4*  The  Hotel  ��Jj*e $}V00p*Ck&C.  ESTABLISHED     lrffi  A. B.Grace,  PUBLISHER    AND    ED1TOK.  ' ' THE PROSPECTOR, is published  every Saturday, and ha*, a guaranteed  circulation larger than any other paper  In East Kootenay. It is all home Printed  end   contains  double  the   news, of   any  Mher paper in the district.  As  an  advertising  m��?dii:in  it  is un  i xcellcd.  '���  Devoted ���o the'upbuilding of Fort Steele, the  development ol the vast, mineral resource*) of  iLe Ea*3t Kootenay mini ns district.  Subwirlptions  fu'-fti per year  Advertising rates made known on application  Contributions are solicited from all parts of the  district, bui-ail-iuatter intended for publication  must have the writer's" signature. ,  @;jj�� flfvo&pectov:  SATURDAY. .JAN.-IU.  190-1  IT is true that   the" citizens  of  Fort'Steele have  had   many  trying experiences in a  business  way, but there is'no  occasion to  ���--   lose  confidence  in the future of  the town".  " v    **-    x-  , A   tendency   exists   among  a  few,   to   look   upon   the   gloomy  side of conditions in this section,  and by constantly  wailing  over  -    them, and by assertions t hat the  '    district   is   going, to   the   dogs  sometimes have influence enough  to  give   the  more   hopeful   and  persistent worker an   occasional  had half hour.  X -X K c  "From a- business point of view  with mines springing into exist-  ance on all sides, what_ do we  kick? The reply is. railway  transporlaXion. With the construction of the .Kootenay Central railway, our future is indeed  most promising. Tho evidence  is all around us. A great number of mines, placer "as well as  quartz, are being developed and  need but adequate means of  transportation for machinery for  our placer mines, and the,shipment of ore from our quartz  mines to a smelter, to enable  this district to'become the premier mining district of British Columbia, c     ���    ,  It * * v  Independence in thought and  action upon the part of the electorate in British Columbia resulted iu placing the McBride  government and the conservative  party in power in thi.s province.  This same independence is what  will put tho Conservative party  iu [lower at Ottawa at the com  intr election.  miud thai personal popularity  does not tit a man to grapple  with constitutional questions or  iinder.-taud complex issues.  Don't give away to adversity.  The mountain splits" the storm  and,not the storm the mountain.  *      *      #  The four sweetest words in  the English language are '���Enclosed please tiudcheque." Don't  forget that subscristions are now  due for lf��04.   ' -   .  I.  -V -*r tt  Don't carry your troubles  along lifes highway and dou't  allow other .people xo dump  theirs on'your shoulders.  o *      *      V        I  Even the average man expects  tq wake'up some day and tiud  himself famous, but there are  not many' who get so far oas the  waking point. ,  All    Modern     Conveniences  FORT    STEELE,    B.    C.  ,'���'������ ' ' '   ' ,, " '  Large    Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.  Silver-lead Quotations  The Mining Center of South East Kootenay  N'uw York. .Ian. 15:  Miir Silver... ...  Mexican dollars-   Loiul  Copper >  Spelter    ...  58 3  45"  '' -4.-40  12.75  5.10  r^ondon. dan. lo.���Silver. -7 :M6d:  copper ��oS'l.js d:, lead. ��11 Ss 9d:  spelter. .��"-'1   17.-=   lid.,  Market Conditions.  Copper was unchanged in London, while futures were 5s  higher.  Lead advanced Is ?>d in London but was unchanged at New  York.  Spelter was firm but unchanged at New York and London.  The Largest  i ' ' it/  Mineral Areas*,  and the Most  Extensive "  Goal Fields on the  American Continent  are Situated in  South East Kootenay.  Agriculture  Grazing and. the  Lumber Industry  are Prominent  Features of the  District.  The TJniJcd States trcaty^w'itli  China has been ratified It upholds the doctrine of the "'open  door".  NOTICE.  ��� Thirty day** after datct[ intend to  apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Land*-, unci Works for permission to  purcha.-e,the, following described land  -m-veyed u*. Lot -H-itl commencing at a  po-t planted on the North West corner  of said Lot. containing-1(!0 acres more or  less. ,      ���  Dated this loth clay of January. lv904.  ���". M. M. KULLERTON.  NOTICE.  Xotioii is hereby given that thirty  days after date we intend to apply to  the Chief Coinniivsioiiei- of Lands and  Work.- for a special license to cut and  carry away timber from the following-  described land.- in .Soillheast Kootenny.  Comuiunciiisr .it a post plumed on  tin- ('. I". I.', line about -10 chains north  of the ^jt. Miir\'.-* I liver thence iiorlh  M) chain.-, theiice ea-st 80 chiiitis.  iln-iii-.- soulli St) chain-, thence west WI  i-tiitin- lo tlie place ol bey iniiino con  laininy Ii40 ai-re*-.  .1. MlOACItKIl .V  D.  HOWE  Dal.-il l)i-c. L!lh. J!I0."!. 52  i>        .I" ,  The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway will pass  through Fort Steele and Tap the Greatest Mineral Belt of the  i  District.  t (  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  Apply to  R. L. T. Galbraith,  twnsite office  0#0W&*M*&&&&  *     ��       *  It goes without saying that  there is noL a citizen of Southeast Kootenay who would not  hold up both hands for the con  strnctioti of the Kootenay Con  tral railway. The project is a  popular one. and has been so for  a number of years. ��� The people  of the district, want il. and it i.s  probable ,1.1 nit.   in   a   short   time  'they will have it.. ' ,'  '      . ]. ....  *���'..*     * ". | n';i-"f Lot LlilT, tlienci: west, four inilcH,  There art; plenty of   men   who i'���1|,;,l,:''- |-"11*.'   ���������V'1' iumL onc-hidf miles  are victims'  of   misplaced' eonfi- ."",'''   '"'  .dence-'-ili themselves.  II  THE  NOTICE.  Xotii'c i- hereby yivuii that lhirt\  dav- after iJuIi* I intend lo apply lo the  ( liii-f ('i>7riini***ioniT of Land's and  Works for ;t 1�� i-nl_\ -< * j j��- .\c.nr lease to  .���in and i-arry away timber from tin: fol-  lowiiif/di"-iT:li.-(l l.ind*i sil iiati- in .South  Kiml. Kootenay I M.-itrjet. '('oimneiicinj''  at. a .post, planted at file ..southeast   cor-  I  **��*<����*>  '*��� �������  ��������� -*���  IMPERIA  OTEL  d>     'he     InlernaUunal  liiiiiiidiiry LilM- lli.-nci; cast . nloiij;   said  I Moinid^i.ry Line fiiiir. uiili-*! more or   less  *" ���*..   * ,     '       j to south west, corner of Lot, -I"..)!, thence  The electors 'of' Kootenay can-���1","'U'   Uv" ,,ml  '"������/),illf   miles-ab,,,-  . c   l '     i ii ' wi-siei-ii liounilary oft'Lol, ).r.*ll    to   point  not,   he   too   careful'  whom   they;   , .   ���  .   "    ���   ,     . ���   -' ; of coiiimencemen!..  ������  .select,   to   .represent,     them     at;    Dated H,r, lMm, l.iii:i. '',  OUiuva. .    ll.' '.sliouldj'he borne itli    m AKTIIt'i: K. KKXWK'K  H. REINEMAN, Proprietor.       Fort Steele, B.C.  Largest   and Most Up-to-date Hotel in   East   Kootenay  Ci.  ?  4^��  ffl' THK PROSPECTOR,  FORT STEELE, 13. ('.., .JANl'AJtY J(i. 1U01  ^DJte l$}K&&p2tt0K  -vVTUKOAY, .1 ViV,  Id,   ]!>(M  British Columbia.  V  I  I  I   ...  Although   silver-lead   production thi.s year has   been   wretchedly small, nnd no immediate re-  sulls "have apparently   followed  the grantini: of the  government  bounty, Ihe indications are   that  conditions in 1.101 will show   decided   improvement.      There   is  no   doubt   that   preparations arc  being made at the more   import  ai.t .mines,  ol   the   Sloean   for a  recommencement   of   production  'activities on  a   more   important  scale,   while  the   announcenent  has   been    made   that   'the   St.  Eugene,   at   Moyie,   is   lo be reopened   early    iu    the   spring���  probably by the fir*-.!   of  March.  As thi.s property i.s in a, position  to     mine     a    tonnage    of   ore  equal   to  the, aggregate average  output of the whole   Sloean   district, it is mure than  likely  that  the silver lead yield in 100-4  will  ttt   least  not  fall   short  ol   the  record achievement of 1.100.  The  mine operators  of Ross-  laud district, B  C, have become  much interested in concentrating  their   low-grade "ores.        Oper  ations heretofore have been con-  NOT1CE.  Notice is hereby given that within  sixty days after date I intend to apply  to tlie Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works. Victoria, for permission to  purchase the following described land:  Commencing twenty chains south of  tlie northeast corner of Lot.3S00. thence  forty chains east,  thence lorty  chains  NOTICE.  Notice it. hereby given that, thirty day-, lifter  date, we the undersigned, intend io upplv  to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works  ut Victoria, B.C., for a license to pios-jiect for  Coal and Petroleum on the follow luffdescribed  lands situate in Southeast Kootenay, Hritlsh  Columbia.  Commencing at a post planted twelve,  miles north of the Flathead Kiver and one  mile east  of  the  north fork of Michel creek  south, tlience forty chains west, thence -mcl about seventeen miles east of the tonn'of  forty uliaiiiS north to point of com- *'��-" ��'<*. B.C., on ulock 45H3, and about t hi ee  mencemeiil, containing 100 acres. miles west of  the  wateislied  of  the  Itocks  Dated Kith November, JU03. ^T'T ^^ l"e 'V,11'"1 P��St"/,"'��!,' T" "  ,,.,���.-,r,T1 ,-,._.., 1, southeast corner post, thence north 80 chains  4/ GLOKGL DOUGLAS. Locator | ttieuce west 80chains, thence south 80 chains  thence cast 80 chain*  to  point of commencement, containing tVKi acres  Dated Oct. 19th. luiit  K. J   MI 1.1.Kit, Loc.no:  A   L. ANDEKSO.V. A-jciil  NOTICE.  Not ire is lieiel'V given ihal tlurlj d.ivh .ille-i  date I intend to applv to the Chief Commission-  ei of Lands and Works at Vicloua. B.C.. i.u  a Twenty-one year timber Lean- over the lol  lowing liiinK'ln Noith.ICust lCoolenuy. ���Com-  meni'ing al a post planted un llie ensi bunk nr  the Ivooleiiay Kivei about seven miles noilli of  i.oi4.VJH: tlience cast l-,*0 chains, ilience sinah  SO chains, thence east It) chains, theiice ��outli Ci)  chains, them e oast 10 (halns, thence south ill)  chains ilience cast 10 chains, thence soulh Idu  inure oi less lojlhe noith limit of said Lot 4.VM  thence west along sniil noilli limn, -jio oIihiiis.  thence noith U.0 chain'-, thence nest to chains,  thence noith'*ll> chains, thence west to chaini.  thence noith hu chains, ihence west 120 chains,  thence north MJ chains..thence .eiisi;-J0O chains  to place of beginning  Dated this 17lh day of November, 1'JlM.  i   -!C , JOHN KWI.V.  NOTICE.  fined to,mining and smelting the  higher 'grades^ which   exist   in  well-defined pay streaks, leaving  tho larger proportion of the vein  matter, which was low-grade, in  place in the mine.'   Workings of  the past'eight, years, pursued on  the above plan, have  loft a   tremendous   tonnage  of  this   low-  grade ore accessible.      It is now  proposed to mine il, concentrate  it in about'the ratio of  ten   tons  to one toil, and smelt it at a  net  profit of at least $1 per ton.  The  War Wagle-Cenler Star Company  is   completing'  a   200-ton   mill.  Other    com panic1--     have   made  what *are claimed to be satisfactory   experiments   with   the' Elmore process of co'ncentration"by  the use of oil.    Rostilancl's   prosperity wa.s built upon her high-  grade ores, and it is   now   to  be  maintained   by  economic   tieat-  " i   i.  montjof her vast tonnage of ore  that runs from ��4 to 87 per ton.  Notice is heieby given that thirty days aftei  date 1 intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands find Works, Victoria, for a  Tvyeinj-one vonr timber leaselover the follow.,  ing lands ii/Xoith nasi Kootenay:���Commencing at a po.sl planted on the east bank of  ihe Kootenay itivcr'about.seven miles noith of  Lot 8:*%. tlience east'WI chains, thence north  -Mi; chains, thence west.40.chains, theuee north  IM) chains, thence west -10 chains, thence north  si) chains, theiice west-10 chains, thence north  KiO eiiains, thence west 40 chains, thence north  So chains, thence west ."Unchains, thence south  SO chains, thence, east 40 chains, thence south  100 chains, tlience east. lO.ctiaiua, thence south  Ml chains, ihence east 10 chains, thence south  KiO chains thence east 10 chains,.thence'.south  -.'10 chains, thence emt 241) chains to the place  of beginning. l '"  Dated this 17th day ot November, 190.1.  ���"C ANDREW H. GRACE.  Dixen to Box Cohen.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby (riven that ."10 days  after date I shall apply'to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works and  tlie Assistant Commissioner of Lands  .me] Works of the Province of British  Columbia, for a license to prospect lor  coal and' petroleum on the* following  described land, situate in the northern  portion of Lot -l.TOS, in the southeastern  portion of Uust Kootenay District, British1 Columbia, commencing at a post located on the western slope of the divide  between British Columbia and Alberta'  cTerritory. two miles west of the northeast corner post of Win. K. Sohricker'-*,  claim, the same being the initial post  of Jaiiius A. Moore'-i claim, thence  south 80 chains, thence east 80 'chains,  thence north ��� 80 chains, thence west 80  chain-, to the place ot beginnin��, containing t>40 acres, adjoining the claim  ot Aldeu J. Hlethen on the north.  .lames A. Moore, Locator  47 A. L. Anderson, Agent  1   Dated Oct. 19th, 1U0.I.  New   York,  Jan.   10.���A   dis-  patch.from London says George  Dixon,     the     ox featherweight  champion, who has been   boxing  in England for the past year and  showing  much  of  his   old-time  speed and cleverness, is to   meet  (Jockney Cohen at Newcastle to  night.   They are !o go If- rounds  at \22 pounds.   The two recently  fought  ten   rounds   to   a  draw.  Tonight.-, bout will   probably   be  Dixon's last right iu England, as  he intends to  come   home  soon.  Sporting men who have recently  returned from the other side are  authority for the statement   that  the colored boy has b'fokon loose  from his prodigal habits  and   as  a result has accumulated another  tidy    little     fortune     since     he  crossed the water.  TICKETS  TO  AND   l.'KO.M   ALL  Points East  VIA --  SHORT LINE  BETWEEN  STPAUIKHICAGO  9MAHAKHICAG0  Kati!asCitrCHICACO.  Northern  Railway  Short  Line  TO  Spokane, St. Paul. Duliith, Minne  apolis, Chicago and Points East  2        TRAINS   DAILY       /->  KAST  TIME dL  New Equipment Throughout, Day-  Coaches, Palace and Tourist Sleepers  Dining and Buffet Smoking Library  Cars.  For Tickets, Rates, Folders nnd Full  Information.    Cull on or udJre.ss  any agent Great Northern  Railway or  A. H. O. DKNN1STON, o.w.P.A.  612 Firth Avenue, Seattle. Wa&h.  Commencing at �� post .idjHcrnt to E. I  Miller's southeast corner lio-t. bemif theinilliil  post, or C ' VV Currach's claim, ilienu'  north 80 chains, thence e.isl So chain*.  th��nt'B south SU chain*., thence west 80 chains  to place of begiuniii��f containing (MO acre*.  Dated Oct. lath, itos. <  C. W. Ounacli Locator  A L Anderson, Agent  Commencin,<f at a pott nlunled on tluinonli-  wesl comer, being John Ostei burg's initial  jiost, iKirth of and adjuccnt to C. VV. Curincli's  claim, thence .south 80chaiiH, theuee east fell  chains, tlicneu north 80 chains, theiice west f*U  chains to point of couiuiencemenl, uomiiiuiiif;  tJ4fl acres  Dated Oct. Will, 190.1.  John Osterburir, Locator  A. L Anderson, Agent  Commencing at a post planted on  tiortliensi  corner, beiin,'the initial post of A. L. Anderson's viatic, and adjacent to the northwest coiner of John OsterberK'n claim, thence south  80 chains, thence west 80 chains, thence norlli  BU chains, tlience east 80 chains to the place of  beginning containing lilt) acies.  Dated Oct. lllth, I1K18.  A L. Andeison. Locator  o       " A. L. Andcison, Agent  Cominencing nt,i post placed on the soiilli-  ja.st corner, being the initial post of George  Funlf.s claim, and adjacent lo A. L. Andersons  northeast corner post, thence north 80 chains,  thence west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,  thence east 80 chains lo pluce of beginning,  containing M0 acreb.  Dated Oct mh, 190.1.  , Oeoige funk, Locator  A. L. Anderson, Agent  Commencing at a'posl planted on  tlie noith  west coiner, being the initial post of  Helen  Hughes's claim, and adjacent and noith of the  northeast corner of Geo. Funk's claim, tlience  south 80 chains,  thence eait 80 chains, thence  north 80 eliuiu*., thence west 80 chains to pin. e  of beginning, containing 040 aeies.  Dated Oct. 19th. IWOIS  r Helen Ilughen, Locator  t A. L. Andcison, Agent  Commencing at a post planted on the smith  west corner, being the initial post of W. .1. McMillan's claim, and adjacent to the noiihwest  corner of Helen Hughes's claim, tlience noun  80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence south  SO chains, thence went 80 chains to the place  oi beginning and containing dtO an ex.  Dated Octonei mth.JWO.t  VV   J   MoMilIuii, LuuiUOl  'A L. Anderson. Agent  Commencing at a post planted on the southeast corner, belng-lhe initial post of Harvey  Smith's claim, and adjacent to the south Host  cornel of W. J McMillan's claim, thence noi th  80chains, tlience west 80 chains, theme soulli  80 chains, ihence east 80 chains to the place of  beginning and containing Old acres. , .  Dated Oetobei lath, 1901. "���   ,  Harvey Smith, Locator  A. L Anderson, Agent  Commencing at a post'plHiitud on the uoith-  east  coiner,   being  the initial   post*of !���'. C.  Haivey's claim,   and   north   and ^'adjacent to  Harvey,Smith's claim, thence south 80 chains,  thence west 80 chains, ihence noith 80 chains,  thence east 80 chains to the plncc ot  beginning  containing W0 acres  Dated October 19th, I'.IO.l  1''. C  Haivey. Locator  A. L. Audeison, Agent  Commeiiuing at a post planted on the south  cast corner, being the initial post of Noriium  Gillespie's claim, and adjacent to the noi lli-  west corner of Mary Mahar's claim,   thence  noith'80 chains, thence west 8(1 chains, tlience  south'80 chains, thence east 80 chains to the  place of beginning and containing MO aoies.  Dated Oetobei lath, 1901  Norman Gillespie, Locator  SO A. L. Anderson, Agent  .' Your attention is citlleil to' the  "Pioneer"Limited" trains or the-'"Mil-,  wankec &.'St Paul liiiilwiiy." ."This only  pcrfoct l.i'ains.in i.lic'vv'orld." .  You will Iind it. desirable to ride on  'those trains when.going to any point in  the Kiisteri! i-it.al.OH .or. Canada. They  Connect with all Transcontinental  Trains and all Ticket Agents sell  tickets. ���   .  \<\\r fiirt.hi'i' in formation, pamphlets,  etc, ask any 'Ticket Agent or  ' .'   '  /.NOTICE. '       '.'���������   ... i     ;  Take, notice tliat thirty.days after date 1 Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands anil Works, Victoria, B. C, for permission to cut and carry away timber from the following described lands in South East Ivoote-  iia.v;--Commeiicing at u point 20 chains west of  the northeast, corner of T. Uoberls' Timber  Licence, thence north 8(1 ehiiins, thence west 80  chains, thence south 80 chains, thence east 80  chains to point of commenceiiient.  Dated December '3rd, I'.MH.  WI     ' KOIIKRT LAtJIvIK:  It.   L.   FOUI),  .   '   Pass. Agent,  SPOKANE.  II. S,  ItOU'K, ���  Genera! Agent,  1   POI IT LAND.  NOTICE.  .Take Notice that.sixty days after date I !u-  tc'iid to liiuku application to the Chief Commissioner of''Lands and Works. Victoria, for permission to purchase tlie following described  lands in South Kast'Ivootenay: Commencing  :il :i point on the north liunk of Spring Creek,  about (r.ie-half mile from I'eiry creek, thence  west Id chains, thence north 'JO chains', thence  cast Id chains, tlience south HO chains Lo Ihe  point, or commencement, containing SO acres.  puled nt Cranbrook, October'list, I'JIKI.  l.-i . .. KOHKHT O. JK.N'NIN'OS.  ���      ���        NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that 150 days afterdate  I Intend to apply to the Chiof Commissioner of  Lands iind Works and the Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works of the Province of  nritis.li Columbia, for a license to prospect for  eoal and petroleum on the following described  land, situated in the northern portion of Lot  4.VI3, in the southeastern portion of East Kootenay District, Hrltlsli Columbia.  Commencing at a post located on the western  slope of the divide, between Hritlsh Columbia  and Alberta Territory, three miles north fiom  the north fork of a creek (frequently called  -iiiuuw Creek), which Hows south about seven  milos into the Flathead River, the same being  east of the south folk of the north fork of  Michel creek, said .stake being the initial post  of Allien ,7 lilethen's claim, thonce noith .SO  chains, thence east 80 chains, thence south 80  chains, Ihence west 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, adjoining  the chiirn of Mary Leo Moore on the north.  Alden J. Ulethen, Locutor  48 A. L Anderson, Agent  Dated Oct. 19th, 1903.  notice!  Notice is hereby given that tliirty  days after date 1 intend to apply to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works and the Assistant Commissioner  of Lands and Works, of the Province  of ��� British Columbia; for a license to  prospect-for coal and'petroleum on the  ���following: described land situated in,the  northern portion of, Lot 4593 ' in tlie  southeastern'portion of East Kootenay  District, British/Columbia:' Commencing at a post*located on the .west: slope  of the divide between British Columbia  and Alberta territory one mile north  and cast of the north branch of a creek  (frequently called 'Scjuaw creek) which  Hows south about seven miles into the  Pliithead. Kiver,'and east of the source  of tho south fork of the north fork of  Michel creek, the same, being the in-  itial post of George Brown's .'claim,  tlience north .SO chains, thence, cast,.SO  chains, tlience south .SO chains, .thence  west 80 chains to the place of beginning,  containing (.(-IO acres.  George Brown. Localor  A. L. Anderson, Agent  Dated Oct. 19th. 1903. - '  JS   ���  NOTICE.  Notice is lu'iebv gnen that tliim davs aftvi  date. we. the uihJit*-f_:n< ���! Intend io ,ippl>  t<i thuChief Coinmi-siiiiiii c>' I.j'iil- and Woik*.  .iiVntoii.i ll ( . .mil the llcjiiuv Commissioner of Lauds iunl Woi ks ioi ^uiiilieiist Koolcn. v  B. C. for a licuiscs to pi ospci I 'or Coal  and I'utioleum on ihe lolloning described  lands, situated iu the south iMstein portion of  Hast Kootenii v, li C   ���  Commencing     ut    a     post   planted   about  fouiteeu  miles  north  of the 1'l.uhc.id Kiwi  and about 111 miles e.isl of the town of Feinie,  U.C.. on lllock I.SiU, iind aboutiiliiec miles cast  of the noith  foil* of Michel  iieel*. and  about  one mile  west al  ihe vv.iu i sind ol ihc-l'o(l*.\  Mountain Hange,  being the  noillicast (oinci  and   initial    post   ot  C    II     Kupeit's   ihiiiu  thence south si chains, lliencp west sOihanis  thence nniili NJclnuns, I'lOiicc t.is| Hjchains tc  point of i oiniJiemeinciit eniit.iiiiuig'.iu ,i( ics.  Dated Oft   l"tii   1'nii  ('  II   Jfiipul   Lointor  A   L  Amlcisoii   Agent  Comiiioncing  .it   a    posl    planted    mi     im  I uoilliHesli oinci. I .ting the nil tin I post oi AI.u \  N'enU's clnim   iunl .idjinem  to the  noiihcist  eoinei ol C II   Kupeit's il.uin, thenic south (*n  el.aius. theme cast Ml i hams,   ihence  noith ill  chains, thence vv est ISO chains to  point m  unn  ineiKemcnl, coiu.iiiiingi.IO .icics  Dated Oct  I'uli   lulu '  Miiiv Xc.ill, Loc.itoi  r A   L  Andcison   Agent  Commencing :il a posl jil.uued on the  southwest coiner, being the initial post ol !smi<  iM. Lavinan"si lai'n, and adjacent to the noith  vvest corner ol Maiy .Walls clnim theme  north f*o chains, ihcnic cisi so chums, ihcni e  south Ml chains, thence ��est so chains to pomi  oi commeiic.jin.j.it. eoniaiiiing OiiKicies  Dated Oct  I'.llh. I'M'H  '     I-iiac M   Lwnan, Lncatoi  A. L  Andcison, Agi nt  Commencing nl u ])osl planted on the  south  east corner.being llie initial post ol   Klmer 1C.  l.yinan's'cliiiin.'and aitjncent to the soutlmest  eoinei   ol   Isaac   M     Lymaii/s   cliun-,   iliencc  noith 80 chains, ihcncc west Ml chains,   thence  south 80 chains, thence cast .SO chains lo pomi  <>f commencement, con la in nig 0(0 a< ics  Dated Oct. IIHh. 1'IO.J.  lOlmer i;.(Lwiian, Locator  A. L Andeisou. Agent (  Commencing nl .i post planted on the soulh  west cornci being the initial jxisl ol O L  Johnson's claim,' ami south and adjacent lo  Mary Nuall's lI.iiui, tlience noilli 8(1 ihains  ihence east 80 chains thence south so chains,  thence wesi .SO chains to point ol i omnieiie"-  ment, con tin mug i.lo acies.  Dated Oct   I'lth, i'MM  O   L Johnson   I.ocaloi  i A. L  Andeisou, Agent  Comiiieiiclngal a jiost planted on Ihe southeast coiner, being Ihe iniiial jiost of Win  Hudson's claim, and iidj.iceiu lo the southwest  cornel ol O L Joliusou's el:uiii.t thence  north 80 chains, thence westhO chains thence  south ,SO chums, Uiei'ce cast so chains to Ihe  point of commencement, containing (.10 ncies  Dateu Oct  piili   riot  Win  Hudson, Lncatoi  A   L. Andcison, Agent  iimencing in a   post pl.uued.gii the noilh  west   eoinei     ncnig tin  ,,,,,i,i   ,.0.t .n   mm,  Malun's il'iiin   ,\w\  noi Hi  ol and adjacent   lo  Isaac .M   l.jniiin's claini  thence south silthauis  tlience east 80chains, tlience noith so ilauis  ihence west 80 chains uipoiul of lomiiienec-  ment. coiituiniiigiiio iicces  Dated Ol I   I'llh, pui,!  Jlaiy Mnhai, l.oealoi  A L Andeisou Agenl  Cominenciiigaiii post'pl.mted on Iho'-soulli-  west coiner, being the initial'post ol Man-  Douglas IVyn's claim, and adinceiil aui the  noithwcst eoinei oi Maiv ALihai s claim,  thence noith 80 i h.uiis, tlience cast SO chains  thence bouth, SD.diai.is thunie wesi bo chains  to pomi of Kiiiiuieiicr-nient,. coniiiiiiing 010  ii'eies ' ,  Dated Oct   I'lth, IW.I  >  Al.uv Douglas J'av n. Lm a'.ni  - A Ti Andeisou Agent  Conimcncing ,u a post planted on the  iioitheastcoi-nei. being the initial post of Win  Hughes' claim, nnd adjacent lo the noithwcst  loinei ol Mary Douglas i'evn's c'laim Ihcncc  loutli 80chains, thence west SO chains   ihcncc  noi th 80chnins, lliciu .-t siivinnns to   pmiii  of commencement, coiit.iiuingiilo neies  Dated Oct I'Hh   I'illi  k. Win   Hughes, Localoi  A L Andeisou, Agent  Commencing at a post planted on the south  east coiner being the initial posl oi Win V.  Wheelers claim, and adjacent to llu. noi tli-  ensl cornei ol Andy Uoynold's fl.um  tlience noi lb 80 chains, tliente west 80 chains,  thence south 80 chains, them . oast80 chains  lo point ol commencement, containing i,|n  acies.  Dated Oct   nth 'l'Mi  Win. K   Whcelei, Loc.itoi  ���"'f A   I,   Andei son, Agent  NOTICE.  Notice is hc-eby given (hut ihutvdajs aftci  dale we intend to applv to the Chief Coniin:s��]on  er of Laud , and Woi ks and the As-isum Com  missioiifi of Lands and Works foi ihe district  of i'Jast Kootena.v for a license to prospei t  for coal unci petiolcum on the following dc-  senbed lands situate in Soutueast fvooteiiaj  about twelve miles north of tlie Imcrnaiioriii]  Houndaiy Line and about three mile- we,t of  the Flatnead Kiver  1. Commencing at a post nui ked southwest  corner of William McGiegoi s claim (this post  b.nig on the south shoie of Cache Lake) inn-  east Nlfhiiius, thence noith 80 chain*, thence  west 00 chains, thence south 60 (limns to pine*  uf b( ginning and < ontaiiiing <m n(.,cs.  William .McGiegoi, l.oinioi  Angus Cameion Agenl    I  Dated Hlh.Dee , lino  -'. Commeiicin.' at a post mm ki d noiih-ifs!  coiner post of M. A New by's claim and joimn-  liic south boundarv of Win ���McOicgors cluim  iiiiming east 60 chains, llienc, south SOf hams  thence west so eJiains.'ihcnce north rU chains  lo place or beginning, fontamlng ClOacics  ��� -v A  New by, Locator  Angus Cameron, Agent  Dated tith Dec, 11*0j  thence ea.l 80 < haujs  thence -oiith 60 c ha.n- to  place of bcgiiiiiini: conlainiiig CIO ai its  J  A. .UfCxIhun  I^ooatoi  Angus Came ion, Agent  Dated 8tli Dec lKO.l  | I�� Commencing at a post marked southwest,  I comer pon of j: I; Mtflreiroi s flaim and j���in  j mg the east boundarv of J A McCallum's  claim lunning noith SO chains, thence east so  chains thence south SO chain, thc-nce vvest 80  chains to place of be/inning and containing r.to  acres.  J:  J:. -McGregor, Locntoi  Angus rmneron. Aircnt  Dated 8th Dec   1'jul  -0    Comnicncing al a post marked northwest  cornei post of V McCallum's claim and joining  the south boundary of K  K  M< Gregorys claim  running toiuh Su chains, then, e ea't 80 ehaiiis.  ihence noi tli *>o chains, thence  west 80 chains  lo place of begiuiiing and containing Mil acir.s  V McCallum  Locatoi  Angu*. Cameron 'Agent  Dated oth Dei., l'ld.i  NOTICE.  Notice is heieby given th.il tlmty davs .niei  date 1 intend to apply lo the* Chief Commissioned of Lands and Woi ks ami ��� tlu. Assistant  Commissioner of Lands and Woiks of llie Pio-  vinee of Hiitish Colunibiii. lm a license to  piospeet for con! and petioleum on the following described land silualcd in tho northern  nornon of Lot -In!)! m the southeastern poi lion  of F.nst Kootenay Distnct  Hniisli f'oliiinhi.i  Cominencingal a post located on the western  slope of the divide, between Hulisli Columbia  and Albeila Teintoiv, one mile iinilh, and  thence tluee milescast of ihe noith biancb of  acieek (freriiicully called .Sipiavv Cieek) which  Mows south about seven miles into the l-'lni-  hcml River, and east to the source of the south  foik ol tin* north folk of Micheicieek, thesame  being the initial posl of j. L Ciavvfoid *i lami  thence noi th 80 chains, thence east 80 chains  tlience sou th SO chains, thence west 80 chains to  point of commencement containing i.IO acies  adjoining ,1   Kintnei 's chum on the noi th.  S   I. Ciawloid   Locatoi  18 A. L  Andeisou, Agcm  Dated Oct. Iflih. 1001.  .1.   Commencing .un post mm Iced norllieasi  eoinei posl of i:.!Andeison", claim: and jouii:i.*  llie west bouiidaiy oi M.A. NchUj', ,.lH|m r,,,,"  ning south *s0;chuins. tlience west W ���chains  ihence north so chains, thence eastlsO chains l���  point of begiunin.. nnd containlng.O'Oacres.  li. Anderson, Locator  Angus Cameron, Agent  Da led nth Dec . linn.  J Commencing n t:i j.ost mm ked 'OUtheasi  coiner post of.1 :m. nodson's chum.and joining  ihe noith: bfiundaiy. of K Anderson's dmu,  i iinuing noi th 80 chains, theuee w esl ei) chains  ihence-south 80 chains, thence east 8n (hiniis  to place of beginning;and containing 010 acres  ' I  M  Hodson, Localoi  '     ii Angus Cameion. Agenl  Dated i.tli Dec    100.1  .-)    Commencing .-an posl mai ked  south wesi  coiner post ol .1. G. l'uiiiam"s claim mid joining tlie ttesl.boundiiry of f. .M. llodsou's claim  l mining east 60 chains, ihence north 80 chains  Ihence west 80 chains, tlience south  80 chains  lo place of beginning and containing 010 acies  J.G  Putnam, Locator  Angus Cameion, Agent  Dated lull Dec . I'Kl.i.  i!    Commencing: at a posl maikeil  northwesi  comer post of M. Kennedy's claim and joining  ihe south   boundaiy  of J   (j   Diitnam's claim  limning east So.chains, thence south 80 chains,  tlience west SO chains, thdice noith  80 chains  to place of beginning and containing frill acies.  .M  Kennedy, Localoi-  Align, Cameion, Agent  Dated iitli Dec . lW.I  '    Commencing ut ii post  111.11 ked  noilhuast  comer post of S. A. McCallum's claim and joining the west boundary or M.   Kennedys claim  i mining south So chains, thence west 80chains,  thence noi tli 80 chains  ihence east to chain's In  pl.K cOl-beginning and conlainingOlO acies.  .->. -v. nuv^.iiium. Locntoi  Angus Ciuneion, Agent  Dated (all Dee , Po.  8 cCoiiimencingai ii post^mniked  scu'lbcisi  eoinei postot.,1. Anderson's claim and joining  llie noi 111 houn.l.uj of <s  A. M. Calliiiii-s claim  lunning west b0.ch:t:n,-tiience noith SOchaius  Ilience east 80 chains, theme south 80chains to  place oi beginning, and containing (510 acies.  .1  Andeisou, Locator  i,        A. Cameion, Agent  Dated (.ih Dee , rnu  it    Cfiiiiiueiii.iiig.it a post   marked southeast  eoinei   posl of a    VViighl"seIiiim and joining  iheeasl boundarv of  Win.  McGicgoi's (1mm  i mining west 80 chains, tlience noi Ih'80chains  ihence casl 80 chains, thence south 80 chums lo  Ihe plnceoi beginning and containing oil) ncies  A   Wright. Localoi  Angus Cameron, Agent  Dated oth Dec , I'lO..  10 Commencing nt a post marked noiUicasi  eoinei post ol A. ,\1 Hay s claim andijuiuiug  ihe south boundarv ol A Wright's claim tun  ning south 80 chains, inencr. ��,*.i w, cl...i.,s  thence not Hi 80 chains, Ihence casl 80 chains lo  pla. eol beginning.mil containing old acies  A   M   Ilnv, Loch lot  Angus Cameion, Agenl  I lain I oth Dec. 1110 I  11 Commencing :i( a post mai ked iiiiiihwesl  eoniei post or V. Dinsmoie's claim nnd joining  the casl boundary of A. M. IIti>*>.clttim iimning  south SO chains, thence cast 80 chains, thence  noith 80 chums, thence west 80 chums to place  of lieginnuigund conlaiuing I". 10 acies  K. Duismoie, Locatoi  Angus Cameion   Agent  Dated (.111 Dec . I'll).!.  I-.' Commenting at a post maiked southwest  coiner posl of A W Andeison's claim and  joining Ihe noi th boundaiy of V. Dinsinore's  cluim iiuiniiigeastSOchuIns, tlience noilir8ii  chains, thenco west 80 chains, thence south 80  eiiains to place of beginning and containing dlO  urns o  A   W  Andeisou, Locatoi  Angus Cameron   Agent  Dated Mil Dee    I'HU  MINSKAL-ACT  .      ( FORM  F. )  CRKTIFICATE   OF   1MPKOVEMENTS  NOTICE.  liodie Mineral Claim.  SilUuie in the Foi t .Steele Mining Division of  K.ist Kootenay District  Wheie located-���On the west branch of the  St. Maiy"s Kiver.  Take notice that 1. James A Harvey, Fiec  Mlnei's Ceriilicale No UM02.V agent for  Joseph H. WHght, FMC No ��� HOOOII", Cad  I*. Coon, JAM C No -IlMXii-j". Kdbert VV.  Kiddell, F.M C. No - H7'r.78". and Octave  Dubois Free Minor's Ceilillcnle No "H61909",  Iiileud sitiv days from tho date hereof, to  apply to the .Mining Kecoidor for a Certificate  of Impiovemeuts, foi the purpose of obtaining  a Ciown Grant of the above claim.  And  ntrtlier lake  notice that action, under  beetion ;(7, must be commence.! befoie the Issuance of such Certificate of Impiovements  Dated this ���Tith day of Oi tobei, A D., lttoll  -IS ,1. A   IIAKVKY  WANTED  A man lo represent "Canada's  Gkeaticst Nuksi.KJKS'' in the town of  Fort Steele and surroundino country,  and lak'e orders for  OUR   HARDY   SPECIALTIES  la Fruit Trees, Small  Fruits, Ornamental Shrubs, Roses,  Vines  Seed Potatoes, &c.  . Stock true to name and free from San  .Jose Scale. A permanent position for  tlie ri^ht man nn oil her ���.alary or com-  inis-sion.  Stone & Wellington  FO.VTIIILL  NIJKSKKIF.s.  Over 800 A( n's  TORONTO,  ONTARIO  ANDREW  GONTRftCTOR  NEID1G  -*^n     BUILDER  MrNKKAL ACT  (KOIIM   K )  I MIS  (JKimFIOVIK UK  IMI'll.iVrMH.S 1 .S.  TIT  notice:  FOR    .'I'AT���LKN'I'Z     LOi'i'H-'-Cl'.L'l  ,-;    minioka'i. claims..  Situate in the Fort .Steele.' .Minine-  Division of"Basil, icoot.ciiay District..' '  Wher'e located:-.-:'On , 'Sheplic.n'r.s  Cltilch and lioiilder Creek. Wild llor.si.  Creek. , ���  ,/ '.  TAKK iVCTICI'', 'tiiitt, I. David ..Newell. . I'Yce Miner's ��� Certilicale , No.  M7.'ll.il it^i'iit. for David (."rillilli. h'n*..  Miner's (.Jertilicnl.ei'No.. ItliOtiil". intend,  sixty days, from . the date hereo.l";  l.oajiply to'the Mining Ilei-urder for :i  Certificate .of Improvements, for .the  p.irpo.se of ohlainino- sl Grown (Irani  of the aliovc claim.  And further take noi ice that 'action!  under section ."17. 'must, lie commenced  before the issuance of such Ccrt.i.lirnte  of Improvements.  Dated this lllth day of Oct., I'.IO.J.  ���J-'-' DAVID  K.  NKWKIVL  I.t    Commencing at a post mm ked nortlincsi  comer post ol D  D. Munro'.s claim and  joinini.'  the noith boundar.v of A.'\V.  Andeison's claim  i utnuiu*: south 80 chains, thence east 80 chains  llieiue noi th 80 chains, thence  vvest SO chains  to place of ijofrtiintii-j- and containuii,' (>I0 acies  D. D  Munio  Locatoi  Anifiis Cameion, Ai?ent  Dated 8lh Dec. liKll  ll.   Commencinu nl u post marked soutlivsest  eoinei post of K. M    Hays claim and  joinui).'  ihe north  boundary of   D.   D    Munro's claim  iiiimni" easl 80 chains   thence noith 80 chain*,  llieiue  vves.t 80 chains, thence south s0 chains  Lo place of bCKiiinliif-' and containuij; i.IO acies.  10   M   Ilav. Locatoi  Anvils Cameion   Audit  D.ili'dhth Hei  . KM I  li    ('(iinmciieinii at a post maike.l s.nuheii-,1  conn i post of r,   McCalliini s claim nnd joinui).  the west boundary of M."ftll   Hay's .'cluim   iuii-  iiiug vvesl;8i) chains,, tlience north 80 chains.  Ilience cast 80 chains, thence'.sou I It 80 chains li.  plucfi of bi'ifluninif and mmtaliiiiu' 010 acres.  IO. McCalluiiii Locator  Anvils (Jaiiieroii. Aiieiit  Dated .sill Dee., r.ioii.' ''.'.''  I'i.    CiiiinriemdiiK al a piislinai'ke.l northeast  collier post'of A ...I. piuikipjs claim mid joining  llu; soulli   lioiuiiliii'V  nl lo.   Mct.'al.luiii's clnim  riinniiiK s.iiil.h 80 chains', theiice vvcst'Hd ehalus  l.hi.'iice iiorlh,S'l cloiliis, Ihence east. 80,'cliains I.,  place nl' Iii'i'liiiiiiu.' and coitLiuiiin^ ��� ��� 10 - acres.  A. .1. .1 iuiil..|.. Local.ir  ' ,'Aiikiis Ciiiiif.rou, Ak'i'iit  Diili.'d 81 l.i Dei-., I'.Ki.'l. /:������  17. (.���oiiiiiieiieiui: ai, n post, niarki'.t itiirtheasl.  corner pusL of I.. . Wrl^lil's ebilm and joining,  llie norlli lioitnilary of I'.. M. Ilns-'s. elniin' riin-  niii),'. sou'lli so eliiilus. thence West SO chalii.s,  Ilience north .so'eliuins. Llienee .'asl Siielialiis in  pliii-c of bi;i.'iiiiiiiiK an'1 coiitaiiiini.' Old acres.  [ I.   \Vi-li:ht. Locator  Aliens faiiieinii. Audit  Dnleil Mill Dec. Itmlt  18. (.'i.iiiiiieiieinc at u post marked .southeast  coriier post of .1. A. .McCallum's clnim and Join-  inj.' 111.' norlii boundary of L. Writ'lil's claim  in ii li in;,' west 80 chains, tlience norlli SO chains.,  HOUSK AND SIGN PAfNTINC!  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H  "^ Baby s si.m      {4*s  *r�� ES ft  %  [Baby-s Own 2*oap  Pure. F.-agront, d-.'.r.olr. :  I Albert Toilcl5.*.--C.-  MOhTHEAL.  '   No ntl'.'rPoiii i*.l'i-l t\*r���  North Star Lodge  ->TTTTTTTTTTnTTTTTTTTTTnTTrTTTTTnUTTTTrTTTTTTT-:-  |  LOCAL NEWS. |  ���:-'uikimuiHiu.uuuiiULiuuiiikikUUUiiki->  'John'   LitrSL'ii    returned    from  YVilmer 1 hnrsday.  Constable Morris of Cranbrook  was in'town Monday.  'JiTirysvQjyjuninrLiy^niyy^ i  Cl  Grant  Belansree  was  in town  Thursday.  W. R. Ross wont to Morrissey  Monday on important business.  1J. Liiiiidin, Tracy, was in town  Monday.  D.   Hale   went    to   Cranbrook  Wednesday on bu.sine.ss.  NO. 30.  A.  F, AND A.  M.       G.  R.  B. C.  FOKT STKKLK. 15. C.  Regular meetings���1st Tuesday lu eu.cu  month at eight o'clock; Visiting Uretberu un  curd-K>sjy Invited. '  filk Kiver. Lodge.   Fernie,   regular  meetintrs  held llrst Friday of each month.  Cranbrook Lodge. Cranbrook. regular meetings held on the third Thursdav of each monih  -J.    T.    Laidlaw   was   in   town  Friday on  business.  Imperial Bank of Canad  CAPITAL AUTHORIZED $4,000,000 '  CAPITAL (paid up) - - $2,983,896 ,  REST ACCOUNT      -   -   $2,636.312  Heaid    OFFice���Toronto.  T. Jt. MICJtriJTT. J'resident   I). U. WII.KIK. Virc-1'ro.s. :iml (leu. Man,  AGF.XTR    IN    (-.HEAT    HK1TAI.V- "Lloyds    Hiinlc.   7:1   l.omli-ir.l   S1..  l-oiidou.  * ������-���>-^;."t--?fW-��-'s*��?s*'��^��:"-Kaf��!f*ii*?*j��ji  ������.iS-.'i-.V-*-*.-*-;*:**:^.  ����;S-:K��^��-s��a-*#*#^-*ffiSi55.;*��-:S3.^*  The  115   M  -vi-pr-  '? <������  71   ���"���  ��';  rt -A Coiiorul l!iiiikiii>r iiiishit'.ss Tr.'ins.icicil.  jjj      Savings Bank Department. ��� Interest allowed oil deposits.     I5 ' |    '  I   Cranbrook Branch, ���    F. H. MARSH. Manager.  ||��   C���ni)rook Bpknoh.  d:UTJU\j'Cnj&ui!KrCrG\hJx& 'iru-Ln iuijt.i 1 r"h  Canadian BanK of commerce  HEAD OFFICE ��� TORONTO.  I'.iiil -i|i faiiiial *S.7(iO,000: Komji-vc Fund *:i.000,000:  Aojii'i-jr-iti' li'i'sfjurrus Over ���f.S,;)000,000 Nov. ."lOtli,  1!)03.  I.fuulo'i Office: (>() I.omhiird Street, 15. C. ,  New ^"<>i k Office;  I (i i:\cliu iikc I'Isicc.  A'id 11(1 liriincliL's in (JaiKiila nnd tlie United States.  &  �����  Hi.  F. C. MALPAS, Manager.  I  ���;-*'��� �����-*,*.-,������ .---.I-^  If  You   Lilie  a  Good   Cup   of   Tea   Buy  T. ��JL\   -McYittio returned from  j Galloway on Friday. :'  C. E. Mollis.li, Vancouver, waa  registered at the iniperial' V ri-  uav.  1  .Arthur Tatiirait. Windermere,  j was at" Steele Wednesday g>\\  1 business.  il  1 ^?&  ���**s.  T. "H.   Uiuiter,    Hudson- Bay  J. HU.I-.C.P, Secretary''    ! facto,. ;U  pj,u.l,ov Creek,  was    in  "   town'Thursdav. ���  Rock)-  Mountain' Chapter- _;  NO. 125. R. A. M..  FORT  STEELE,  B. C.  R. Li. Bedlingion, Vancouver,  was, registered ai the Imperial  Thursday.''  Regular meetings���2nd Tuesday itri      -D-     J.    JohllSOU,,     Cranbrook,  each month at eio-ht o'clock,   r J was registered, at rho Stnuhcpna  ' Th'Ursday  Sojourning Companions,are cordially j ", ���:   invited. ���   ., , :'   Colonel,, and   Mrs.   Henderson  ,,  r   r���   ���' _   .,    ,, I were, up   from   Little Bull river  U. I,. I. Galbkaith Scribe E.   Mouda^ ,  Professional,  40c./   SOc./Biid''   bOc.  er    Pound  ���HARVEY, McCARTER & DUNBAR  BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS  CRAXBUOOIC '   -     B.C.  W. R. ROSS  ' Barrister      ,-      -    '"  Solicitor  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER.  '.'  ..  Fort  Steele,   B.   0  .   TT-I O M "A S �� M cVI'TTJ E  R.L.S.   &   CB.  Port Steele B.C.  Fort Stkui.k I)nvi:i.oi*Mi:N-r Svndioatk Ltd  \'.Vi I.i:ihIoiiIki11 Sli'ui'l., London, Kni,rliiiiil.  N. A. WALLINGER,    .    FORT STEELE.  1'OST OFFICK ItOX 8.  J. G. CUMMINGS  CIVIL   ENGINEER  Provincial    Land   Surveyor  PORT  STEELE, B. C.  GEARY  & DOYLE.  The Golden Star is to be  con-,  gratulated   on , its ' special   New    '  Year's edition.  Mr, and .Mrs. Harry Ban-,  Tracy, creek. were .Steele  visitors on Monday.  -^    ':      r  ,   W. J. Xoble and D.   McLaren, j   <���  Perry creek1, were at the Strath-  cou'a Suhdav last.  H  AGENT.  E. Cunningham. Kithberleyi  was registered-at, the Imperial  Wednesday.    ,  The regular monthly cpnvoca-1  tion oi' Rocky Mountain Chapter  R.A.M. was held Tuesday even-  Fort  Steele  Cigar   Store  JOE TAENHAUSER, Proprietor.  m  ing January 12th.*  George Watson, A. B. Feii-  wick and D Xewell. left Steele  Monday on a pi"os]jectinc trip to  tho [('hitlioacl valley.  The Rev. Mr. Houghton, the  Rector at Pernie. has been appointed to the living of St. Barnabas, at New* Westmjnister.,  -\  Pini* Line of  Cigars, Pipes aud Tobaccos  Billiard Room  ,  .     WATCIIMAKKR  Ellld   .JEWlDLICK  . ENGRAVING and BEPAIRING  PERIODICALS  '"GENIiKAl.   MERCHANTS'  Toys,,   Books   and   Stationery  ��� A most important question  now being ag.tated among the  ladies of bteclc, is, what kind of  a dress shall we wear at the  danceV  1 INL HANSON  9  Fort  Slocie,  East  Kootenay,  Liveru, Feed & Sale Stable.  ForL Steele B.C  Regular- Daily   Staye   meets  all  truiiia at Fort Sieeli*. .Iiiiiccion.  SADDLH & PACK HOUSES  1 ICA.MING OF ALL KINDS A s.1'1 CrALT>  DR. SAWYER, V. S.  Office and Stable  Corner of  Galbraith and Hazel.Streets  Fort Steele, B. G.  OFFICE DAVS:      Monthly.    Tliur.s-  dny .'tiid Siittuvlay at Siee!,.'.  A. P. Blandy, formerly a min  ing engineer of West   Kootenay,  and a resident of Port Steele  in  L��97. committed suicide the other  day in Ensrland.  O P. Heatherway, J. Brennan  T. Wallace. J.- Stevenson, E. 1>.  Howes. .1. Welch and A. Allen,  of Wilmer. were registered , at  the Windsor Wednesday.  General JVlercHai-it AND  lwi<quor Dealer. ,  Fernie News-  Fort Steele  *    Diamond Jubilee  miss b. moss.       Hospital  MAMON.  (ii'iKliiah! nl" rSt,. r.uki's IloNpli.'tJ,  V.-UHKiuvur, II. ('.  'Phis ItiHtitiitioh has lx-i*n i-c.-init.l.y  . eiilurked liy a new will",'' u-hicli, is noiv.  open for rocoiiti'iti ��� - of .jiiiticntn. ��� l'"oi-  terms apply to  Mn-S B. Moss,    or    .1. I'\ .S.miti'1, Sec.  Matron. Fort Steele, U.C.  Ki..m ilK' Fii'.1 I'ri'^*.  D.   V.   Mott   left   i'or Victoria  this morninsr.      Mr. Mott  keeps  right in touch with   (he   legisla  Live alfairs.  Messrs Breckon ridge it Lund  bave the contract for the grading  of a spur f i om Ihe C. P.R. tracks  into thou- cml mines at Banff.  The work" i.--, nuw undei" way.  The beautiful weather enjoyed  by the citizens of t his town and  ���district thus lar lhis winter i.s in  sharp contrast with ..the record  cold .weather now 'prevalent; in  the'east. ��� ..   .'���. ���'.-'���'  The m'.irlgagr.! sa-Je of the  (Jarosedti s'.ock' Ims Ihiimi postponed uti'il .hi.Viuary lSt.li. , Tito  solicito.i.-s I'or the iiiortgaj/oes arc  now bu.s'y with t.h<. Iiooics makm*.'  collections iii t In: ineaiil inie. il  is likely .tiinl. the stock mill I ho  book ay-counts'nn! collof'o'l will  be put up I'or mi |c in sojiiir .I.f  block's.  ����: Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber,       A largo assort- -2S  ^ ment of seasoned Lumber and Shingles always ^  S^:' on hand    ' ^S  ����^- ���sa  ��T DIMENSION     LUMBER      A     SPECIALTY S3  | WflSfl. - - - BG. 1  ^iuuiiiuiiiituiiiiUiaiuiiiiiii'.'iiuiiiiiiiiiiUiiiiuiuiUiiiiiiiiK:  Sole Agenl. ,.��� lh... 03111011 5t66l COMPANY  Tins STJCEf, i.s guaranteed to be equal to Jessop's or  Firths in all  LIakd RocicWoi?rc.  ��-^���� GrOW'S'N6St Goal company /  so"- Giant Powder GoniDany.  ������ Mining  Supplies  a  Specialty.  Agents for the   MASSW.Y ' HA Rl-tIS    CO.,  Limited.    .'  Fsi3?rraing   Implements,  Port  iVleo't Marke  T. ROBERTS. Proprietor.  Fresh and Salt Meats Always On Hand.  Tin-: m \s ���'���::,- m ,i-. ,\N- i s ]���������':���  ;r ,i,  so,\i'   ii,.,,i,  ���,���i  ...tit,.,^ ,ii,,.   ���i,ui. , w'Mii..  Iirfiinpt'ly I'lhfin.siiii: ii. ..I !���; .-n.se. ml. ru..i, . h ,  I rival uui il'.rr>>r ni'-i'liiini's. I.u iii'i.t:.. > pi>rii.:i|. i:.  Frfe fHinplu <im ruccij.i of -J.    ffirpnsuiKi:.  All.urt Ti.ilel so,i|, i:,,., Mir.s .Mmitrcii'l.  3>teel  ��  REPEATING RIFLES  No'matter what your ideas or preferences  are iabout a rifle, some one of eight different Winchester models will surely suit  you. Winchester Rifles arc 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   Send your name and- address on a postal  card   for . our    164   page   Illustrated    catalogue.    I: ' .  itsrewmg    Co.  FORT STEELE,  B: C  MANUPACTlJIi l-]RS ,.   and    +BREWERS    OF    EXTRA    FINE.,  PORTER  SOLD. ;BY "THE.   BA-fiKKL,    KEG/ .OR. .BOT;' ���:  Bodied ht'cr  lor  i.'Miii.!\   ii.--.ij ;i >jk'l"uiIi\  bee.;  o  ' .|.I).|.JRS (.'iVKN Ml.'ii'"I  '   'I'i  SA'I'ISi'.'/vC'j'it  M /  INCHESTER    REPEATING  ARMS   CO.  1        NEW HAVEN. CONN.  mtiiiz ^ ^e  Prop's.  j  IT

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