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 LI j:���*:-/ 01 Loff -^,r  "Vo-tv"-���-- r-  FORT STiSJSLJS, i3. C.; SATOT?2>A Y:, J^4.Ar77A7?l" i?S, 10O5.  Vol. 11.  No 4.  CHUBIN'S   ROAD   TO  '    REACH   NORTH  May Connect with Kootenay Central   and   Go  to Golden.  There appears to be a certainly that the Canadian Pacific railway    is     behind    the   company  ��� which   is  io bnild the Kootenay  ' Central railway,   says  the  Van-  -   couvor     correspondent'    of   the  Spokesman-Review'. C.P.R.  surveyors arc; now engaged surveying the line through  the   Kootenay valley. >   When  last/heard of  they   were  at,  Wilmer, and they  ��� arc expected soon to conned the  line at Windermere,   which   was  also located by C.P.R. surveyors  who worked south lo "the Crow"'  line.    If D. C. Corbin builds   his  road from Spokane to the Crow's  Nest Pass branch it will connect  with the Kootenay Central,   and  thus bring   Spokane  into   touch  with the main line of the C.P.R.,  siit- Golden,   and   later  on give it  ,   com.nunication " with     the    far  north,   for   it   is the ultimate in-  tenlion   to  extend the Koootenay  Central to the great undeveloped  '' regions of Cariboo and.the Peace  river.  As the readers of Ti��K Prok-  . pectok. are aware,' the surveys  of the; Kootenay' Central aro  about completed, and the residents of the Kootenay and Columbia valleys are fully acquainted with the-route selected,  it is also 'well known 'that, the  promoters of the Kootenay Central have secured. iimder the  name of the Kootenay, Cariboo  and Pacific railway, a ehar.ter. to  build a railway from Golden to  the coast, via- Peace' river," to  Hazleton, thence to a point near  Port Simpson'. A, Dominion  charter to K.C. &' P. has also  boon granted.   -.  .Late last fall, while on a visit  to the coast. Sir Thomas  Shau'ghnessy, president of the  C P.R. made the statemeut, that  the Kootenay Central railway  would be built this year, but he  did not say that the C.P.R.  would build the road. Upon inquiry, by a representative of  Thic Prospector, it was learned that the road would not bo  built by, the C.P.R. but that the  Kootenay Central Company,  having secured the necessary  capital in England would build  the road. The fact that C.P.R.  surveyors have located the line  is explained by the statement  that it was desirable to'secure  the services'.of engineers and  surveyors who have made railway work' a specialty, thereby  securing the best possible route,  a.ncl grade for the K.C R.  At this time the railway   topic  has   become  a   very live subject  in East Kootenay.    The building  of   the   Kootenay   Central .is   n  most   important,   factor   in    the  development of the  district, and  thei<j  is   no  doubt,  but that, the  road will be   under  construction  in the near future.      Its connection   with    "the   Crow"  line is  an   assured   fact,  it   may  be extended      to     the    Internationa'  boundary and ���connection's   made  to   the  south,   in fact connected  with   the   Corbin   road   at;  some  point on the boundary line.    Mr.  Corbin has the choice of at least  a, half   dozen   different   routes.  He   may   follow   the   old    B.C.  Southern surveys' a,nd make connections   at   the   line   near   the  Kootenay river, or he may follow  the Moyie, Yahk and"Gold   river  route,   or   make  connections  at  Yahk station on the. Crow's Nest  branch.        Surveys   have   been  made over these  routes,   but   no  one  has   been  made  acquainted  with   the   route  selected.    As a  business   man   Mr.   Corbin   will  not give'to the public his plans  or what route he has selected  until actual construction is-commenced. Which ever route Mr.  Corbin selects will have to be  built, in British Columbia, under  either the B. C Southern, or  Kootenay' Central charters, ��� for  there is no other charters in existence, and none can be obtained  at this season of the Dominion  or Provincial legislatures, no  applications having been presented to either house.  The building of the Kootenay  Central, its connections with the  Crow's Nest branch, or the Corbin road, will ��� mean good times'  for East Kootenay. The benetils  accruing , from the building of  the " K.C.R. will be permanent.  Fort Steele will be the principal |  town on the line of the K.C.R..  if will be a divisional poinl. and  the headquarters, and offices will  be located here.  The Corbin road will be known  as, the Spokane ��Sr International  railway.      The  company  has in-  B.C. MINERAL PRODUCTION  ���i     '   i. ^  1904 Exceeds 1903 by $2,500,000���East Koote-  i  nay    Has   Greatest   Increase   in.  Silver-lead.  dresses eulogizing the character  and public'services of the great  Massachusetts statesmen were  delivered by Senator Lodge and  other of, his associates. As a  further mark of respect to his  memory the Senate adjourned  for the day at the close of the  memorial exercises.  EMPEROR WILLIAM'S  -     o BIRTHDAY.  Prom statistics now available the estimated' mineral production of British Columbia will'amount to ��20,000,000 in 1904,' as  against .SJ7.:��00,000 for HJOii. ' ,  CI  The following table shows the production , of the various  metals forlU04 and the increase over 1908.  CJold.  Silver  c 'oppcM-  1.0,1(1  C 'oiil  ('ol��.-  OZS.  ���280.802  2,!t!lfi.2(M  I90H--   '  ,   VALUE  -  *;-).878.03(i  1 .r>21.472  -1904-  LBS.  :M.:t5<).!)21  18.089.28.'!  TONS ,  1.084,104  1(55.54:*  4,547,5,5  080.744  :i..-)04,58'2  827.71:".  OZS.  :u:;,t��.j  3,505.805  LBS.  :Hi,US8,5S0  :(7.000.000  'PONS  l.Gl'.S.OOU  272,400  VALI'E  '������Mi.2IJ4.000  1.898.0110  4,540,000  1.415,000  r>,004,()00  1.302,000  A comparison of the, foregoing, figures shows that the gold in-  ' ' ' (i  cbrporated for S4,UOO. 000 and the I crease amounted   to  ��890,000,   while silver has made an increase  Dick Exonerated.  Victoria���Mine inspector Dick  js completely exonerated of the  charges against him in connection with the Crow's Nest Coal  Company.  (rranby Earnings.  All   Germany   Celebrate    Forty-  sixth ��� Birthday of .Emperor.'  It is announced that the net  earnings for December of the  Cirauby Consolidated .wore ��lii\-  0j0. on the treatment'of about  1800 tons of ore daily.  Mining Float.  articles for incorporation have  been filed at Olympia, Wash.  New York capitalists are associated with Mr. Corbin and the  money has been subscribed. Mr.  Corbin has.intimated that construction would start in the  spring,'and that he has a 50-year  traffic agreement with the Cana-  dian Pacific Company.  With the Crow's Nest, Pass  branch in actual operation, the  Feruie "branch- cf the Great  Northern completed, The Kootenay Central and Corbin roads  under, construction this year.  Southeast Kootenay will see an  era of prosperity such as never  before witnessed in any section  of British Columbia.   '  DISTRICT MINING NEWS.  Of Interest to Those Engaged in  the   Development of the  Mining Industry.  almost as large�����377,000. Coal and coke, brokealf records of  production showing an increase of 82,000,000  With the exception of silver, the. 1904 production of all metals  exceeds all previous years. . a  East Kootenay district is credited with the greatest increase  in silver production, it having produced 540,000 ounces.  The Boundary and Vancouver Island districts showed increase  in the production of copper.,  ,������'������' .'  The lead'production of 190-1 was 18,500 tons���just double  that of 1903. ' ,     - '  It looks as if the Marysville  smelter would be in operation  early in the spring. "  ���  A report from Spokane is to  the effect that operations at the  Sullivan Group of mines will be  resumed in the near future. It  is said that 100 men will be employed.  The usual dry season is responsible for Ihe failure of the  silver-lead production of the  Kootenays to roach 80,000 tons.  The gold-producing districts  all show an increase over last  year.  Zinc industry in British Columbia will soon become one of the  foremost products of the province.  There is but little doubt that  with adequate capital the iron  industry of British Columbia  could be made one of the profit-  making branches of British Columbia's great mineral industry.  The Bull River Mining and  Power Company have reduced  the force employed to six men.  Active operations, with a large  force will . be resumed about  March 1st. ���" ,  The production of Vine in the  Slocan district has become quite  a factor'in the mineral industry  of the Koofenays.       l  The importance! of zinc mining  will be appreciated ..in Southeast  Kootenay upon the completion  of the Kootenay *. entral railway  A number' of properties have  values in zinc estimated from  14% to 50%.   ':���'       .;:; ���--���������  From the International boundary line on the south, to the extreme limits of the Windermere  district on the north, the mountain ranges are well  mineralized  .with great diversity of minerals.  Both   bessemer   and   non-bes-  semor iron  ores can be'found in'  'Southeast  Kootenay,   that   will  o t  average from 45 to 00 per cent.  Gold���The'United State's, production of gold is placed by 'the  U.S. mint for 1904 at $84,551:,'300  showing a good increase over  that of 1903, which ' was  ��73,591,700. ���    ��� "  Silver���Showed a slight falling off for 15)04, the output for  the year being 53,003,000 ounces,  as compared to 54,300,000 for the  year 1908. '   ,'  Copper���The copper production of the United States for 1904  is placed( at 783,700,000 lbs.  These figures show an increase  of nearly 13% over 1903, and is  without exception the largest increase ever secured.  The Kootenay. Central.  Word  has reached us that the  line of location of the  Kooteriay  Central Railway passes through  the   townsito  of    Athalmer,   as  laid out by Chief Grant,  and  already this pretty little   townsite  has  sprung   into  activity.  "The  lino runs close to J. L.   McKay's  sawmill   and   almost   split   the  mercantile     establishment   .��" of  Joseph* Lake.      The   people of  Athalmor   have   always    maintained that they commanded the  foremost position in this respect  in the Windermere district,   and  these developments would rather  seem to justify their claims than  otherwise.      Everyone   will congratulate Athalmer on its  selection   and : we   wish  the place all  prosperity.     The  people   there  are jubilant over the   location.���  Golden1 Star.  Placer Areas.  today cleaning up business of a  routine character ^preparatory  to an absence of several days  from the White House. Tonight  the President is �� expected to  attend the Gridiron Club dinner,  and ..tomorrow being Sunday  there will naturally be no business transacted. Monday morning the. President will take a  trip to Annapolis to attend the  graduation exercises at the naval  academy. From Annapolis a  trip will be made to Philadelphia  where Mr. Roosevelt will attend  a dinner of the Union League  alid also deliver an address at  the, semi-centennial celebration  of'the Philadelphia Y.M.C.A.  There will be many measures  of paramount interest to Southeast Kootenay,before the provincial legislature at Ihe coming  session.  .Southeast Kootenay is, first,  last, and all the, time, a mining  'district. Forty years of placer  mining, and six years of lode  mining development has demonstrated that this district' is rich  in? minerals.  The progress, made ' in silver-  lead mining in Southeast Kootenay, during the past year, has  been most satisfactory.  A largo electric plant*, is projected at Bull river.. , If will  render available a, stream of  water flowing 400 cubic feet a  second and will develop =1011 to  twelve thousand horsepower. ���  J. P. WHITNEY IS PREMIER  American Capital.  American capital it is said will  exploit a number of placer mines  in the Fort Stoele district during  the coming year.  Silver-lead Quotations.  Conservatives  Make Clean Sweep  in Province of Ontario.  Toronto, .Jan.  The   Ross'  New^York, .Jan. 27:  Bar Silver  00i  Lead  4.45  Copper. .?  15.50  Spelter  o.30  London,   Jan. 27.���Silver,   28     -    d:  copper ��(>S   17s   fid; lead,   ��12 13s  Od;  speller,   ,��24 17s (id. ��� . '   "  Market Conditions.  The area in this district known  to contain placer gold is large  and only been touched, leaving  still virgin ground well worth  prospecting and' working.  President to go A-Visiting.  Washington, D.C,,.��� Jan. 28.--  President Roosevelt kept his  secretaries  and   assistants busy  Copper was a little lower in  London. No important concessions were to be had in the local  market.'  Lead was Is 3d lower in London. Locally the market'was'  quiet at 84.45.  Spelter.was' unchanged in both  London,and New York.  J, R. Stephens Resigns.  .1. R.' Stephens,"'chief engineer  of the Grand Trunk Pacific railway has, it is announced, severed  his connection with the company  His successor has not yet been  named.  In Memory of Senator Hoar.  Washington, D.C, Jan. 28.���  In the Senate tcxlay exercises  were held in memory of Senator  Hoar   of   Massachusetts.       Ad-  government went down to disastrous defeat today. At most ihe  Liberal party will have only ^0  members in the new legislature  and some estimates place the  number at 25. So far as can' bo  learned tonight the new house  will consist of 72 conservatives  and 20 liberals. . The conserva-'  fives gained 28 seats held by the  liberals in L902 and the liberals  captured three only from the  tories. Premier Ross barely escaped defeat, only securing a  majority of 30 in West Middlesex  Attorney general Gibson and  minister of agriculture Dryden  were among the defeated. One  of the surprises of the campaign  was the election of two liberals  at Ottawa.  The defeat of the Ross' government occasioned no surprise  here, though such a ��� complete  snowing under had not been  looked for. "  ft is loo early .yet, to announce  what steps premier Ross will  take, but if is", understood..that,  he will-retire as quickly n-s���;possible and make way for his suci;  cesser, J. P.  Whitney.  Copper on St. Mary's River.  Prospecting for copper in this  district, will receive .considerable  attention during the coming year  The recent discoveries made,  ���and development, work done; in  the St, Mary's river district give  great promise of being a,' copper  producing' region,  Special Service Squadron Formed.  Tokia- The navy dopartinen.l  announces Ihe formation of a  special   service   squadron.       No  details arc1 given.  Berlin. Jan. 27.���All Germany  united today in paying honor to  Emperor ..William on'the occasion of his 'forty-sixth birthday.  Military reviews were held in  all the chief cities of the empii'e,  and in churches of all denominations there were special thanksgiving services, this morning. hi  the capital the banks' and ex- "  changes,,offices and shops were  closed, the streets'decorated with  Hags and bunting and crowded  .with people.,  During the course of the morn-   -  ing'Emperor  William   and' the  imperial family attended service  in   the   chapel, ,of   the   castle.,,  Later   in   the  day   the Emperor  received   ��� congiatulations    presented by all the members of the  diplomatic corps, including Ambassador Tower.     Great  plans '  have been made for the court reception this evening.  Emperor William has now been  on the  throne  seventeen  years  and   the   strenuous   life   is   beginning to tell on him.      During  the last year or two. his hair has  become streaked with  gray and'  his face shows.the imprint of the  "crow's feet."  Those acquainted  with   the everyday  life, of ���the   "  Emperor aro not surprised  that  he  is   beginning  to show traces  ''  of  age,   due   not so much to advancing years as to his abnormal  activity   of   mind  and body.   ,In  addition   to   the cares of state/  which    are  sufficient ��� in   themselves   to : bring, the    average  mortal' to an early grave, there  appears to be'absolutely nothing  great or small that does not engage   the attention   of   his   imperial highness.      When not engaged   with   the great problems  of state   he li(ids Limp to design  warships, paint pictures,   write  books,   criticise plays and music   '  and  attend   to   the  most minute  details    relating   to   the   army,  navy,   the  courts  and   the commercial and industrial   affairs of  the empire. ,   '  Withall,   he   finds  time to pay  the most devoted attention to his  large   and   interesting     family..  '  As "pore de  i'amille,'" the   Em -   .  peror is something quite different  from his public self.     True,   he  maintains   the    autocrat   there,  but   while  he   is  rather   severe  with   his   children   aud     never  allows   disobedience   to  go  unpunished, even in the case of the  crown    prince    who    has    not. ,  attained his majority, he lets all  of them have their full, measure  of fun. nevertheless.  Those   best    acquainted   with  the home life of the Emperor declare thathe is as devoted to the  Empress as when he led   her  to  the altar.     The imperial couple  will celebrate, their   twenty-fifth  wedd ing anniversary   next  year  and it will be made' the  occasion,  for'grand festivities   throughout  the empire.    The Empress is be-   ,  loved by everybody   who   knows,  her. and there is   but  one   voice     ,  as to her excellent qualities as a  mother'oand   a. wife.      Even the     '  most  rabid   socialist,   lias   never  been known to accord hen; aught  but praise: .  Smolter for Port Arthur.  ll is announced, that Mackenzie ..'.iV Mann will erect at Port  Arthur, a. great smelter to develop the ores in their various  properties. The; smelter will  have 11 capacity of from 150 to  200 tons a clay. It will be completed before next October. THFr'J'KOSPECTOR   FORT STEELE,   13 ' <��,' "jANl!ARY 28,  1005  FGRlSrE  H  H.  v'"v'::;,';'.v;' ..''Ft'e'riniIE, B.c. ;���:��� ���';".���:,..���,"���"  ���MANUFACTURERS; and' BREWERS -of. 'fex^EA :PINE  BEER  :t;:PORTER  \ SOLD: BY',':���  :'..V:-'-::-'^Bot:'t.lfe'U'-'''b family ', /���������;'������"_.1,..:' ������"'  '���:':.': '���������/'���;";"���'������;.���   ���,������"���';'..,'> use.���'������aVspecialtv "'���';���."../' ,  Outside   Orders ���;'���-.  "'":' .CM YEN /STRICT \A N D P RO MPT ATTENTTp N ;������  iSATISFA'GTlDNfWAf  I'LJiL-  ���\.  .:���"#:���  ���'.' V  ���4'  , '.    P. 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I,d ���'i\i\<-.'n.'v-i\>s|.,t'vii't,,��,d..''',;;i.noa wis. ;,of  iTratlu^ 'ciii r^:StHit:iiei-|iv(: U.riysh,  ; Ctihunbia. .ciui-'ing \ he.past :l.li;i'i'Q  ]year's,.': Wtivevpassocl resoTuliohs  ! srroiigly u,rging the granting o��  ! subsKint i'ai;v aid,;, to:, :,'t 1)e; ;K: G.R.:  ;1 T:he act van t age -of hay i lig.^. this  j rai 1 \\ ay��� V.tuiiit". ; vliryiiglv^lHlie  I'U ppei'' 'Co I u hib'i a:; r and >.,; I voo I e-  j u,i.vy.^A- vaiieys^*': .w'Hieh;.::-';>vili;  'open 'iip:; ay district;; ;ricji'iu  '^^!.in.iiie:ral..'.:iuin\Q'erOi:niLa'g'i0.c.iil'Uu  ���^ i resources is;cpaite.apparent, ana  c-^-| is^ recognizeclby  ;the "provincial:  :*V j govern nie nt, asJwelKas .by. every'  '^******'��^i��.W**��****^**'-**^'^^ this,.; pro-  1'"   -;;   ���:'������-''"'���'������' '���'���:���������    "���''���'���' "���"'��� '"'������'" "    -:': '���"��� '.':' '���" ���������   ���"' ���������"���-'���'���   'i0;-i...\nnce^i::";JlMia^nimediate.c^  ^���Jlipn'.:.p|.:/t1ti.s,^.i'lwayj;:\\-,iil at; least.  ^{double;' the jpVoyincial  revenues,;  ^:j;d()tibie: <the . mineral   ijrpd'iiqtibn  ^^;].:oi':.'E'aVti^K'potpiiay.''-'i^^  oiitput'of lumber,:and/make 'this:  .portion ���: of ^British .: Coin mbiii"; a  hiyeji of; industry,: for ; years'- to  Co m e.;~ -'; A..-'��;, s ubs tan fci al,:'." subs id y ���  granted^;at;:,:thiS', session;^oiJthe  legislature.'\yillvin;e'an?!;the.;;imiiie?.  diat'e'-ccni��tructionA6f;.tile Ivpptot  nav::',Qeri trap: railway^  duce. with,.'.local .rectuiix-jneiits,.  thci .build ini: of llicj Kootenay  Centra] is , the., most ������important;,  and 'the; direct,..benefits which  will accrue froni... this , undertaking, will  be to place.Hast K.oote-  ���i    ���   ���, .1,. ,     *   : ,,     , .  nay i.n,<,thl) c I'l'ont . rank :-as; j-be  ban nor . reve'iiue producdng. dis-  tri.ctot.'lii'ifish.GoliiinbiaV  '  : j\'elS(iii r.sporis1 want the game;  law \a'tncpnl,p'd, .,'ancl 'a, petition to  thai, elTect,has been'forwarded to  thci provincial government.,.  ���        ���'...'   ,.'���    ���   '     "���>:    *    *���.&,'     ', ���',..'���     :   ���;  :'. :Th(-."present;. U;;S:vujrilf Ac't,,.  perinits residents .of, 1 he' United  >StiLl;.c.(s ndurning.-from ii;l)road to  bring, back,';. with������ 'thein. yoods to  the; amount, of ^U'K) w.i! ficnit: |>a;y-  iiii,nii: til'; dul.Vc '.   '��� ������ ���  '��������� ;,  *The  inakes  ifnktMf; ���', tiad  us siiivei.'. ;;  li ' 'soinetiiiios  Fort  Steele,  v"B..Q.'V  ,&k Agents ;,-,f6r-  'V-  :"I'liy .'���(���lie ,'r>rint('ii,"v. ought.: to  liead   yovir" -New   iVe-ar's'/'resoln-.  lipiiS- ''���.'���:',��� ';������''    ���,:;:;">:;; ���'.'';"!" '���"���'���       ���    "' '  ;; ,<l. \Vv Ross did not liaftpr hiin'-!  self :,t hat; the ;voice:offfluy Ontario  people, , c'i.n ' VVedhesday,; would  givevhim anytlpng likb, .(.'.Ropse-  velttpluralit^y.;..;' ��� :';^,;:'-; -'���:,��;.;:._  ..,:���   .'.,'1-..   \: :���...;:.,;;:. ^''+:.^;;f ���;���,.,.,,,.��� .,'.'   ... ���''":  ' ;Tho,ughUhe/e;iS:,li.tti.e doing at  Steele du'rliig the present"ihontlv  the=outlool\ is; growing '���brighter:  day ,.by;;day an'd;;.it-isexpected.  that; mining . \\Mlbbo;resumedr;in  all ,bran6hes: o"l! ^the^lnd usti'yby  March 1st.': ������; ���; ''"���: ���������;���'"'".'': \' ^ ':\ - . ,'s  ')  Giaiit Powder :Go^| Gpii?s.  Massed  "I-Iave" just rec;eivecI;tAvo y  . :r.:,;:,: ^^Gaidbads^qf"'';;;;;;:.,;;  m^vm^'": ���    -������'��������������� '���-��������-���-��� -��� ������--������       TS,.  ; ���:: ���'���rPloW'S,-;'-:: Harrows.  piemen ts ;o I.' till Id lids.  Ha v i iig".; ii'i i d. Fl a'r'v'es ti ng "Tool s. liti -  Mining Siip'plies and II^rdAvare.  .Sfe.Ilry   Groods  I A- ? 'P:":'"   ::,'Boots  A      ;,;*.,-,   ,..'.'-..:,   -.   "  "fr;;:;.,  t  Hats   and   Caps f  and   Shoes.  Creiieral MerGlialidise.  ::*ci*D>Z:  ^^  '" A'-  K -J-  ���I  ^'  -('  -r  ARE NOW SELLING  H  as  D  %>;  :<^:  .   :^|   SHARES  !'  * ,'������" ��� ������ ���if-  ��� #r��'*'^'-'*^*'-*'-'::***'******  Capital   1,000,000  Shares Of  $1.00 Each.  ,< '<tn.st.fti<:t ion   wm'-U-   i-   i��Mnir   i-ap  iumt'iiil 'lUiiinnw iin.J v.Ihm.. .-mii>!'ii!��� :'i��� ii.  >oWi;r pi-odiici.i.1 in (.'aninla.     T.." inii'-  1  Uiiiiii;  and   a   SnI/.-iiliai-y. < 'u  work and -it. ir cstiuiali-i! 1 ha!  dry   Im..(I   *if   Lin- .ri '���'<���>���   t" ii'ii>r;  llVlif'. ��� -        ... '.  ���iilii'fi'  ,'ia-  ji'  .I'afi'lfti  ��� liii.--'- I<,  ii,!'! Civ  ���ri liii-ni'-i  Par'.Value ; of  i    i II   it   I llllI'Dllyll   .-1.11(1  Sllll-  !���   .'l.lll'     Mill,-,!     It J J     Id    (llCli!  hi i:n-   ilniiiii'il   ,! >>'   1-11��-i r-  ii|i,.|.;ii... 11 j'is iiiirl of I In-  '*" v.Tli e; ��� tptes tii on "lof;'' ;a"provincial  subgidy;tc5>he^:Kppten;vy'Gent,ral.  lias unfortunately';; been , preju";  diced:by eerfaiii.report's thatytlie  K.G^I-i. is to:be' built by the Ga'n-  acliah Pacific Railway Co'; This  is. not'true. for' the directors ' of  the Kootenay Central make the'  positive';statemeht; that" the; C.P.  R.. have nothing to do with the  .construction pi: this inost important railway project. ''���;������' ;    ;,;        '  ���     ..���;'   ���' .. ���   - .* v   * .;. * ,    ���'   ���: ,-   ''--'������'-���  ���;-,  I -The.duty of the hour .is. for the;  Provincial Legislature to study  well the .requirements of the  development/ of East Kootenay.  tlie ; illimitable 'possibil'ities;-.-. of  this great mining ;district.;asa  'source .o�� ���, iiicretised r'eveiiue.  The. people of, flie .district-are  loud in their demands which will  become' more incessant as the  necessities of; increased ;.-trans-,  portation facilities ai'ise.' and,' no  amount of c^conoinv will compcii-  sate for further.'.dcliiy in the,  grantiiig.;pf siibstan'tial' ,a;'ul -to  tills im|H,)rtant railwtiy. .'������  ''-....  '   ���      *. +   * .  ; As regards tlie outlook for the  present year, fhe |)i:osi)ccts, we  i'hihlv are generally favo.r'abl'e.  for a'large increase in the mineral production of East Kootenay. .-'The time .has how arrived  when the Provincial Legislature  should assist in the opening up  of .the Upper Columbia..-and  lvu(iteii:iy,.\-:i I leys, form   accord-'  Statu of Ohio. City op  ���'TdtisDO, LuCAS'CpuxTY. j'^,-^;; ;���  .,, Prank .1 .'���'(Dhcnu.y. riialve.s (Jiitli thai,hi)  is';senior' parlnei- of .tho Iil-iii pi! li1.':.).  (.;liciie\':;:& Co.,:' d(.ii.tiy; luisLiioss', in the  .C.Ui,y;olLrl\def.lo...County ,'jiiul :!^t8it,e��!ifc��i-'o-  saitl.! and that,: said, (iem ,. u-lll, jitiv: t.ht:  sunt oj ,,ONM<k>,1:11TN 01-1KD DO\JJA 118  for c^aiih ancl.evcvy t'jiiso of[Giit"-iir'i;h:'fcliiit,  ciinnor bo oui-eYl: hvr 5,t,lio 'use of flairs  C.:iiLiir'r]i-;t'ii"re. ;;l'M'!ANlv .I^CHKNWV ,;  '������������. Su-cirnlii hof<i]-c;iiic;aiicl;siilist;i-ihcd;iti  )n v, pi.'cscMH'.o.' th is'Oth��� dttT^Tif I loi-ein 1 icir..  A-D.; l.SS(i;. v; ���;';;. "��������� -h ���>:':-'Y. '^:. ���". : ���'��� '-.'.:  :,/(Skatj: : ���;������. ..;'"A. W. GbKAsON ��������������::  ;���;.. '.':::(:':' :'::;��� '";..::vrtf-:^^';^;;:-\N��tib-y:d:'ui:ilu:;  .1 hills ;.('al;it'i.;li , Ciii'c ,isr taken iiitui--  nall.v. and acts; directly: (in tlicbloort  arifl; linu'ous Surfaces of-, the,;;systenr.,  'Send.for test'imotutil.s free'.' ������".':':,;'.;���. v ?  :','.;; l^f;Iy?(,:HI3N-]':Y.;&;'C-:6;'vTplocli^9;-  '-' Sold bv.all DL,ug-irLsi,s'.v75o;'''-������'��� ���,-: /'��� \  .V;::'Tiik-o..\T:Tj'0l.^^';.\i?7t.inyUy'y.lA'U.'i.s ";:t:o'i:">:.,";-t.''(>i|i^"  S;i,iplUU0llVi:r^v:;;'v i,'i:v^;^'^*.;;^i;^.v>.;:: ;���'  Shading; ^-Hair Bressing^Parlor  i.i ��������� V" ;n r'ji. ���=������ .���������'��� .'.'i    .,'���'���'-���'���. ;',.-;-.v,.;..',������-,,���'.'��� -..:,., .  ;   ,.  f .'.... i'-Nbxt'to Slnitlicoiui'Iloiel '  ���':    -  All...Ivinds,. of Hair Work,, a Specialty"  'A.. J.;GKEZ, : -,   -   Propuietok.  GEARY  & DOYL^E:  Llve.ru,".":F66(1 & Sale 'Stable.;  ;';:: ���"'.���'���'": Port:Steele;b.c���'. -��� ������';    ;-':  .    lleyukiv Daily ;Sta��-e,- meets all -  trains at .Fort, Steele J unction.,;; ���'';. ,.,���'  ...... saddle���:,&" pack^horsrs.:;:���:.:  ���   ' ' "'     ������'''���-';      :'' ' '.���������       ;.������-'���    ������. .,   ' ;-.,.' c-  TlvAAlING OI: ALI, klNlis -A SPKCrAl.TV..  ��������-   ; -NOTICE.   ,";,..   .:...������.;-���.;������.  ^ 'I^A-Lvl-: NOTlCf: Uiat 1 intend t;o'  ���S'Ppiy ",tt) the' Chief-. Commissioner , of  Laiids and��������� Works,foru t,weht,y-one year  U;a,sc to cm, anil carry a\v:iy linihor  from- the'' M'oll<..'\ving described lands  ���situate iii, Sontlieast-lvooleiiay District,:  .''CViihincncinji' at, a'|iosl. planted on the  ���west liank''(il'Slicep;.i:recU. '.just, below  the month of Goat, creek, or otherwise  known as the lirst, fork's of .Sheep creek  thence north forty chains, thence cast,  throe 'hundred -and' .twenty '.chains,  thence south four .hundred.., chains to  northern'boundary of Lot -loin), thence  west alcfuy .stiic'l boundary three hundred  and twenty chains, thence north three  hundred and sixty chains to point of  conimeiicenieiit. conl:'iinin'g 12..S0CJ acres  Dated this !tth;day.of -November. A.'  I).. lilW.,' ' . V;'  "id.  'l\ 11.  .'KKNWICK.  There   i.-   ���  l'��o' lorini'd :i S'lli-n  itilcresfs in this (  (iiini-i'l inn' and mi a'  its iinnicdiiili- pi'i  \ iiii.ii;.  i.ini-.iil<.|'.'i 'ii'  ...- Ill  III.  of  ll,  ���ill.- I���  ���l.a I  \vi II In.' proi.-ilri  r-o-l  i.l 1 he  I 'otver  ���il    li'iiiu   tin  I Maul', f.vie,  -ile < 'iiiiipaii.V to leek ;i It it t lien-  .. iiiiniiie null nl.her |.i.,-.iiliri.|.N in  am ieipiit'-.l in I lii^ I >��� ��� j>:11��� 1 meiil  With lOa.eli Share of Slock pi.ireha.vtl in 1 In'1 I'.nl I  Iviyer Ka-lls Power ttini l-it-'h-l ('in.npaiiy is givii as n  bonus: .'������  ���        ���-.,���-, '   .-.i.  One share in ,the Mining Dept.  and  One share in the Townsite Dept,  . Buy now a> the price will'undoubtedly advance as fh'  coustructiuu nears coinpleLiou.  wo I  1   of  =-,      ' ,      NOTICE.   ,   ��� .   ',";    ���  Si.slv d'liys alter date I intend to  apply iv1 the. Chief C 'onimissione.r id  I-.anil's and Works for permission to  purelinse the,fi'il lowing deserilied land  .in |.'.,.isl Kimleiiay. fort Steele District,  Ini- pastnral purposes. I'.e^i.liiiin^ ill a  post..'phtnled al I lie southeast corner of  I ,oi 'jlllilt, on the northern h'oundury of  Lot II. I lienee north "-'il chains to the  north ea-l corner of l.ol Tdil.'l, thence,  east i'.(i eliains. Ilu'iiee miuI.Ii 1(1 chains  n 10re or less lo I lie nort hern lioiindary  oll.ot in, ilu'iiee wesl a.lonj;: the northern boundary of I ,ins Hi and I I, to place  nl heeinniiij.. i-outaiiiiue  10(1 acres more  III-  |e,s.      , '   ,     :  Dated al  \\'o|l'(r k the -'Irrl   day   of  I l|.|-|.oilier.   I'.MII. '  oil W.   I'mONCll. ,  Mi N't;KM. sVOT.  i i'ihim  I'.l  I :i:i(l'i I'U'AII  ir iMniovr.M knts.  ������Ma  ���.low  ..OTiCt:.  .   "Viol'cl.' I'Viiction"   anil  Kra.cl.ion'" Mineral ( Maims.  ,M iniliL;   t ii; isloa  ��� Silnalc In tin:   h'ui't.  Sl.i  nl IOiisI Kniitin'iiiy liisli'liM..  . Wlit-rc IiiciiIimI:    (Hi Sullivan Hill.       ,  Tiikc tiui.ii'ivlliiit I.TIius. 'I'/Mi-Viilic,  l.'.M.i  Nil   I'.;:!VIII, 'iiKiiiil jlin   ('.   W. Illliilsall. |.'.,M.I        Wllilll:  Nil.  Ilo'ilii'l.   W, .1.  t-;11��� -   Mo.   H;"ii'.;ii.   Inli-n  dill.".. liiTi'lil. In ll|i(ily   li  |.'l(.|. .Miner's l ���ci'tlll  ���I, .si.vi.y ilnys Ii'ihii lhi.  liie Mliiit'ij.; KiiniriliM  turn i Vi ���lillriii.c nT I to eroveinem s, fur ihi; |m|..  I���isi'i,i iilitnininK'ii Cvinvn i: rani, (if the uliuvi-  i- IVi i n is.. .  And   funliiy  Iiikc uiificc. Unit  iirtimi,  iiirlia  .sir I ion '���'>''. "ii;.sl lie ciiituni'iii'dil boToro tln.i ism-  iil i.f sui-li Ci.|'tllirli.t(. lit 1 illI'rovcilletlls.  I),it,ri! iliis r.'1'.tli day of Niivciiiliiir, a.Ii. in: i.  ���i'.i i iio.s. 'i'. mi- \ i'i"i'n:  NOTICE.   ;  , NOTK.'H is-liui't'diy tdyo�� Unit. 'M days frinn  this date. 1 intoiiU to ajiply to tiic llntuirnlili.'  Chief . (.'(iiiijiiiSsiiinCr ,of r.ttuils. and . Works  at. A'iiaoria. 1J (..'.. lor ti iJotaitu lo. prosputit for  (Null ainl t'ctrolciiin on tlie i'ollo'.vin^"Vlcf>ci-:tiotl  lands:- .   , . .,  I., SiliialL'd iiliout ".-'. nil^iK iiori.li of lilt'  liiti.M'ii,uioinil IIoiiikIiii'v iiini", ainl tlireo miles  nort.li of Oil mill SaUe, C're'ek. in,' Soutiiiiasl  Kooleiiuy, ll,.(J.. and coniltK'neiii!-' at,,, it post  iimrked noi'flii.'iist,. corner post of .lo'liu W-  HaUcr's eifiliiiv tlieiice u'est civilly.' plinins;-  Ilu'iiee Mi'ti'tli ijltfiiiy eliaiiis. ilieiii'i; i.'iisf ei;:tuy  'tiliiiiiis, livened north ei��lil.v><-liiiiii.s,lo tile pliici;  ill, liesi.nniii"!;, eonuiininK-tilO aere.s iiioni.of.li.jss.  and iiiljoniinn.h'ena A. Cliieli's eliiiiu. .     '.;: :' ,  Loemuil tlii.y I'Tlli iJiiy'jif N'ovi'iiibi.-r, I'.'Oi!  ',;   ,    .'...loh.n. W. Hiikt-r, f.oeiiior:  .'���-,'   , : ������.';���������-������      ;;. . O'firil-wMill'lJl','.Agt'llt;. '  'i-.t Siuiiiied; iilioiii i'J miles''-'lu'irili' ot i Mlie  liilCriniUonal lloiWiUnry l-inu, and uljoiu'ihruif.  nilles not'tli bi'Sii'sri.' anil;0if era;k. in Sonlheiial  lirontiiiiiiyi .1.1.0.. and lammienelin,' ui.ii.Qjosl  limrlu'd norlliwest eoi'iier post of 'Mrs/lSinmii  linlir-i's' <-.ltiin:, tlienci' nasi olttlily elirtins.  tlii-neo south el^iu)' eliains. tlieneoAVest eit'liiy  eliii.iiis, tlienee nortli ciklity Clin ins loihe iilnee.  ,c>f lieHiiuiinK. I'OiitaiiiiiiK.CilO.iiei'es inoii) or less,  uiiil tHljiiiiiltii; Joliii'Wl Hiikur.'iS elniin.'���" ���'; ���>-,'.,  ��� l.heiiieil llils'lTlli ilay' of N'(ivuinl)i.'ii. Hull. .'.:  ,"i ' ' Mrs. lOiiinia Hiker. I.oealor ,'  ���.���.!"������   ,-������''���','        ���"':.;.;        (icoi'^e Miller.'AKi'-iil'  ,.:i. Siiilaied: aliinii :.'^!'inil.es nortli of the  lniijinaUoinil Itoi.iiiiliiry blue, anilalioiit thi.ee  miles north of Oil :ind Sajjii ci-eek. in Solilliimst  Kootenay. li. C.��.'.iisuf eoiinneneiiif,' ill li^post  lii'iirked soiillitvi'isl. eiirnei' post, of It. O. Sini'lli's  i-liiiiii. tlieni-e noi'tji eltihty eluiins., tlieiiee east  tiiliht'.v; eliiilns. tlieiiee south ;eighty elisiius.;  lliciieju'tt-.twt olRlily.. eliains.to pluee of tieKii)-.  iiiiiKVeoiitiiiniii^ lilOiiiires Mnore ov loss. ainl. nil-  joiiiiiiH'Mrs. liiiiinn linker's elaii.u. - . '���!.-.'' '���[."���  '.'.... (.oeateii lliis.irili'dity qf November: liHil. ' ^''.  .i/;..  ���'' '���'������:    '���'-���'' "������:��� .-'-.-.- 0-.:0.,.Siaith. Loeiilor-   :- ���  '..���"-.-'��� -,..'.; ';; .;,"������.'���..���'���.:..;<.'��� eoi'iie Miller.. Aiient  i.. Situated iiliout U-Jniiles nortli; of flu."  Ihtei'iiiitloiiiil lioiindary .IJtie: mid u hour three:  'liiijc north of Oil atid.SiiH'e ereek, in Southeast  Kooiunii'y. \1.,C,', anil eoniineiieinK alnp'ost  ma i-l��i;ci. t iie^sditlliijtis't.ooviicV' .]i6sl '.'nfj/'ii'ioruii'j.ii!''  ,i;..Sniitil's ehiinU:thoifee;ii<5i'fh;eif;hty.,,eliains.  llienee west eitflit.y^eliains, thenee .south, eighty  chains; - lifeiiee Viisi- eiiility eliains������ 'lo1 'the  ptnee of lieilinnini;. ooiiliniiinKli'liI' nel'es in ore'  or: less.; ami luljoiniiiK tlie -eliiiin,; of, ilr. _W.  nalcer. y-Z-.j'Z''',: '���- 'J''!.'���,..:-���?.���:;';. -:i..-::\ '"'-. -<y  e,l.oeated tin's I'tli'ilay of Moveuilier.V-ls'Oi     -;~j;  ''���. '/.. '. ;.-���'' ���.! Kloi'iiiitiu iiSmitli, 1'Aiealor; ;   ::  [���:���:'[��� '.'.'-i'" ��� - <: '''V ..' ' Cieorufe; .Miller. Afienl  ~jS-"Siliia'teil, -.aliout'."��� ^t iiiiles lioi'th, of tlie'-'  iiito.riiiilioniii lioiiiidnry' liine. iinu. nhoiil live  niile.nqi'lh of Oil'nti'i Sni-'e efeeU, iirSoulliensI  Kootemiy.;,, I1.C';.. and-'eoniiiieiieinjj: at ,.nr'P'ost  markcil: the ..mirthwest.eonier po.sl ol'.Tiis: ..A.  Me Lean's.' ehiii'n,, tlieiiee east ,eighty-eliains.  thiMiee sou Hi e.iKht.v.'uliiiiiiSrvVliPija'c.'vvcst'ei'sfh.ty.  eliains. llienee nbrih eif-dit.y eliains to tlie place  of beginiiiiif.'. conlainifiHiii-il'l lieresinore or less,  .aiiiliid.ioiniiiK tl. O.,.Smith's claim. <,:-;;,/;,;-.:  laieiiled this IMli day.o.f .Noveiuher, I'.KM,.;., .;������;  i',-,'"��� .. ���-:;'���:���" ������'. '���[".*���. *��� 'Mi.r.e|in.. I.oeatoi'j' V  ^.V,!:::..'.'���,'..":V. ',;'     ,.'..:'  ;.;,,Cleoi't!e Niiliei'.;AKiait  :;;ii. Siiiiiited .'ahoui.'.il ..miles hoi'ili ,of:. tiie  liileriia.lioniiljtiouiidar.v I'.l no,; a nil .'iibout live  miles north of Oil and Siijfe ci'eek.in Spuiliensl.  K'bolem'iy. H. G:. .iiiii'l, ' c6ihui.e,neiiif,' ill...'a.-.post  iiiiii'i.-edt iibi'tlovest e(irner..l'Osl of iVliriaiu.W  Mcfjenii's eliiiiiiV^ilK^neejAyeSt.eitrhly i-liains;  llieneekoitlh eighty ehains. thence jjasi. c.ifili ty  :ehiiins'. tjieneo nortli eighty chidiis 10 tliejpliiee  'of beiiiniiiiif.'.':ty)iitiiiiiiiiB (itO noresinore'or less;  iinilari.ioiiiiiiK.I.Mlmiiice.l.. Sinilii'selaiiii.,,.;,,'.":  ';;r.oeiit oil ���this ITtlrclaybf ,Xoyeinl.i(ir: ��� 1 sitM.' '';'��� -.&;���  : !;'?;:;, ���.' %l: Miriaiu \\':;Me,r.eiiii; Ijiii'i'jO'r >;.��  ft:':i;;.--������,������:���������' ,'!���. i ...''    ':;.,', -, ".���   Georpe, Miller.,Ajioiif.'''���'..  'i;.7..i,:;.Sfdfate(i1!-!i.lic'utVl,2-l.'-smiles' nortli of:;,bie.  Iiitdrii'ntioiuil '.liou'iidary: Ijine. iihd .-iljotit live  mik'-s '���' iiorili ';���'���<(>( OU . iiiu.i:.pcSaf,'e- ereek.  in :'. South!:' I>ast ..Kooieimy. " ti. :C.. ivin'l eom-  iiieuoiiis; at n posl markeil ihesouilieiisi eorner  past'"of- ,leniiieC!oviin;s:.ebiiin,-, tlieiiee north  .eijili.ty, chiiiiis.;:tlieuee';Wesi eighty ehaiiis,  theiiec.soiitli eighty ehaiiis. thence east eighty  eliuins t,o tlie place of fieguuiing.' coiuitiiiiiitr'.tviil.  iiei'es, mpi'ti or ;less,,:and ailjoining tliKeliiiiii  of ijliriiim W. Mobean. .; '''v,  Coeiitediliis'irili day of Movemher. lSKi-l.  ' . V  ,'.'"���,���,..'     '\:' ; ' .leiinie'.Oovan. TjOcalor  ;���.;-        .'���'?������    -..���',:.'Ooo'wt!,Miiler'.'Akoiii  S. Situated iihoui CI nliles, north of the  Lnterniittoiiiil floimdjiry liine. mid about live  miles north of 'Oil and Sage creek.' in 'Southeast  Kooleuay... ll.C., anil eonimeneiiig. at :i posl  marked tlie. southwest coriier,.,pust of h'olierl.  Shiiu'S claim,, thenee .north eighty eliains,  thence east eighty chains..thence south eighty  chains, thence west eighiy eliains to ilie pliice,  bf'hegiiitiiiig,,eoiitaitiing liti) acres morO or less,  and adjoining the claim of .las.'APMclean. ��� .  . located lhisi iTih' day of NoA-eiiilier,. j'.lni.  ,', ;".-:;.:.;,- ;.u".Kobert Shawr I'iocato!-; '  ,������   ���  , .';".��������� .  ���.   ".' Ocorg'e Miller.rAgent  . ...!i; ^situated iiliout ,-:i ' miles north, of". Hie  liiierniitional .liinindiiry Line, ami about, three  miles north Vol' piliiiidSage creek. n\: Southeast  ICooteniiy,",li. C....; coiiiine.ueing, at a. post  marked tlie lioriiiensl corner post of Alfred  'Giveil's eliiim.' tlieiiee. west eighty chnius,:  llienee.r.soiitli eighty chains, tlieiiee east ei.ghly  eliains, tlieiiee norlli eighty chains lo llie place  of beginning, contuiiiiiig it 10 acres iniiro oi' less  and adjoining the elniin olV.M rs. Kinina liaker.'  -' Located this 17th day .of ^oveinbor.'I'.KII. .  ;'"."���': : ��� Alfred Ciivcti. Locator. ���,,  ,   . �� ,:    ''    ' .."    .(leorgo Miller, Agent  Ml.'  Situated   abo.ut  ;l-l miles  north  oi'   tin;,  liilerniilionar   Hoiiudary     IJinc.     itiid    iiboui  three miles north of Oil and Sageereelt. Southeast Kdoi.ouny..11.0...niuti'oniinclining in'a post  marked, the southeast   corner   post   of   Mick  lloeni's^ claim, 'thence   north'.eighty ..chains,  thence.west eighty eliains. thence soulh eighty  eliaiiis.   thence oust eighty chains to life place'  of lieginningl containing tilu acres more or less,  and adjoining the cluini of Alfred (liven.  .<   Located this ITtli day of Movonibor. I'.iOI.  ,,     .   ,'        Nick  lloem. Lo.cit'tor  .  /. (feorgc Miller. Agent ,  II. Situmed iilioui'ii miles norlh of the 'In.  ternaliAiiiil lSouiulnry Line. ,and about three  inijes norlli of Oil and Sage creek, in Soiil'heasl  K'oofenay! U.O.. and eoiiiiacii|..ing at a posl.  markeil ��� the iioillnvesi corner post of Adam  l.nuilop's elniin. Iheiieecast SO eliains. tlieiiee  sotith Sil chains, llien'ee wesl 'mi eliains. thence,  nortli .SII eliains lo pbiee of, beginning, containing Itlti acres iiiorcor less, anil ailjoining claim  of Alfred (.liven.  Located Ibis lTll'i day of Nove.inber. I'.HU.  . Adam lliinlop,  l.ii.;aioi   >  (Jeorge. Millio', ..Agci  I:;. S!t!tuii,eil alioiif ^-' miles north of the lie  termiliouai Iliiiuiiliiry Line, and aluiiii 11 ��� t ���-���  iniles norlli or I 111 mid Sage creek, in Soul hensi  Kootenay. Il.c:., anil commencing nl. a post  mm ked soiithwcsl curlier posl. of.'Mrs. .lohanna  ���l.'roisieail's   elalia.'lhi c     mirth    MO chains.  Ihenci'east SO chains, thence smith He eliains.  thence wesl SII Hialns lo plaec. of beginning,  containing Ilia acres, innre or less, and adjoiningclaim of Adai'n I iini'lop'.'  Loeiilcd this n'tli day of Novcmf'cr. I.lliil.  Mi's, .loliniinii froisleiid, Locaior  ilcorpc Miller. Agent  J:t. Situate, I iiboui :jl tniles norlli oi flic Intermit iomi I Itoiiiidar.v Line, .-mil about live  miles north of Oil and Sage creek, m Soiitlicasl,  Kootemiy. n.C. anil commencing al, a posl  Hiurkti.l the jk.ii lliwciit cornv'i- pti>t of liumm A  .loliiisoii's claiin. thence 'cast. SO .chains, tlicneo  ���sp'utli.SU eliains. tlieiiee wesl till chains, tlieiiee  north SO eliains to place of .beginning, containing i'iKI acres' more or less, nnil adjoining.  (lie elniin of Airs. .lohanini froisiead. ,  Located this 17th day ot'.Noveiiiber.. 1W��I.  ,'���.;'.   " ,"* h'.iiimii A. .lohnsou, Loeiitoj'  ;'���"���.' : "'������'.   ..(leorge Miller,", Agent   ,'  II.   Situated about il miles north of  the lii-  lei'iiaiional! lioiindiiry :Line>-,:an<l    aliout- live  iniles norlli of nil and Sage creek, in Soiitheasi ''  l\f,ioteniiy,  li.C,   and   commencing al   a   post ,  ma.rkfjil the iiortliej'si corner  post  of' Kiln  M. <  I'Msk's   claim, '���' Ihence   west SO chains, tlieiiee  south ,S(i .eliains. thence .east  SO chains, thence  north HUchains lo place of beginiiing, e6niiilii-:  ing lilO acres  more or less, and lidjoiiiingilie  claiin'of,Nick lloeia.     .'','��� ���  Lneiiti:.il'tl!is.l7tli day of November, 1��U.,  -'  ,;    *:iin Al. KisU; Loelitor     :'  .; ."���' ���''���'���', ';���"';' '���''���'������.'. ���    flecirgi; Alillei', Agont ���'  ',  ,   la.    Slliiaici.l abtiul^J iniles horlhof' the ���In-':  Ufi'iniiional    Ho.iiiKliiry. Line.. tind,. about  live  miles' north of Oil ami Sage creek, in Southeast  Kooienay,   li.C,   and   c'ommcTiciiTg, itt, a. post:  'inarU-edthe soiitlieast corner jiost: of Edith" I.  Mlller'sclulni, ..tlieuc'o'i wijst go ehaiiis, thence..,  north HO chains, theiiee'easi SO eliains,  tlieiiee:  souili SO eliains to lolitce of Ijeghiii.liig.'.eoniuiii-:',  lug tllO acres uiore or less, und  adjoining/tile  elniin ot KlhtAI. I-Msl;.'   ;V:;,      'J - ;;'���,:     ���'"'���"''"  /'Located this 17th day of November, P.lOI. t ';    .  Hilil.li !.' Miller. LOciiior';',,  .    ;:;.,;: ���'''' ',: '(rcorge M^iller, Ageui   -���  ill. Sitiialeil aboiu;;i miles nortli of tlie-'lii- : ,  tei'iialional Hinindaryo:Liiic. ami iibout Jlvti ,  mill's, north of Oilanil Sage cfeek. in Siiiitlioicst ,  K'oolemi.v.''li. <���'.. 'ami, ;'connneiieiiig; at a post '  marked llio'Souihwcsl eiiriier post 'of Cliai'les;:'  ;AV .:c';iiri'ali's chiiini': ilience ea'sl Si) chains;;!  thence.north SO ehaiiis, l.heiice west SO. eliiilns, v  theace. south' So. chains" id. place oi' beginning'..'  iioiiUiiuiiig IMO licres more oi- less, iiiut'itdjoiii-;,,  ing liie ejuiiii of Bmmii.A.'.loliii.sbn.''������/���]���''}",������'��� ,;';:  ..Located'tiiis irlii'ilay of November. Iliu-l. ',,������:������.;  '���;'..'";��� "';���'������.,; j1'' Oliiirles.Av. c'tirrali, liociiior ; '���'.  ?y\ ';���: :'-"���"'���- -:'"������"'.������,���',,!;'  v; GcorgirMiUer;. A jjent;; ;:��  .17.   Si tun led aliout.;IS,mi!es ndrtlii .of .������'.t.liu;;jii-'.���  (e i-11 :i Li oi i it 1 ���" I ii > t| ii tl ii l'.v.Liiie.ii lid .about- '.one,  la ile'" nortli  of. the, south'fork of Oil and Sage  -  eroel;. in uSbiitheast.,lyo.ofenit.v'.; li.C!.. and coin-  ineheing at a'.posl luarlted the southeast corner'  post of William jii'it'iiow.'s elniin. tlienct:'norlli  SO eliaiiis. thenecv ��'est SO ehains'.'.itiiciicesouib;. ���  SO cdiains.,tlieiiee cast' fS0 /.hiiins 'to   place of   .:  Ii(..giiiniiig. Ciin La ini iig : l>40; acres- in ore/"or"; less'"  and'adjoining the claim of .1. A.'.'.siiulh   : X '';;:.  ./Lociitcd ihislSliriliiy of November, .1901.    '  ������',���  :: '.'.;���       VWilliani^lalthews;: Loenliir .    -  '���" ;.���.���'���'��� -'. ;���/.        ' ;''���'. '''-.  : beoi-iie Miller. Ajijc'i'il/;...  IS. "���"Sluiii.U!iV'iiii(iiit'-".IS iniles uor'th.vof llib'in;;.  termitioiial i.ioiindiiry Lii'ie;t'iiul irbtVu'l oiie' iniie  iid'rih ,()f tlie south fork of Oil/and  Sage, criielc."  in Sput hen st l\ooi.e,uay.'; H.G.. ii lid  commencing.,'  at ;i post.marked.Ui.4siJii.lliwest' eorner .po.st of. <���  Alareu - Hols'   claiin:'  theiiiie ' lioi'th SO eliaiiis,,,'  lheiic(yeas^SO;i:iiaiiis, ihciice;s6iit!i  SU cliiiins.-'/  thence  west: So .chainsv to  placifof begin niiig.;/  contaiiiiiig OKI acres more or, 'less.  ai;,d adjoin-,'  ing tlie. claim.of Wijl ia m iMaitlie'wsv..   ;./:!:  ,'.,  Lociii.cd this l^tl01iiy'.ol'.No'v<,liii'p'ei.%,'l!.ifM.'-s..'!'..''.\-,;.-,;.  ���'',.:'.y,"'-..,0' :'v/Mare;t.Kbls;'Localori;, ..':../  '''".���''. ���  '.'jl /   .   ''" (leorge Mifieiv Agent' -,'������-���'������  :.,: I:'.' ..Sii.iiat'eil aboXn IS miles north of ..tlie.' lit-.;  icriiatipnlii, lioiinilary Line', anitabout one mile ;.  lioi'tij of the south forkof'oil mid'.'Sage creek;;;;  in southeast, l\ooUiniiy.rlY;C.: 'aiiti-eo'inniencing^:- "  alia post innr.k.ed'.llie iiorfheasf corner; post ���.'<|i';,'v.  l.��!riiiik:i;'f��ii>k("s^��iiiiiii'./'ihoiico'u: wes.i.''.';S.P"'*!.iI.ft',.,.s,f'J'-!.  .tliencejsouth:SO. chains,.thence eii.slSli.cliniiis,:.,  tlienee north SO chains, to ,pla'ee,;of begitiniiig. /  eoiitaiiiiiig'jIO acres, more or. less, and adjoin^,' V  iiig'the claim (if ".LAndcrsbil. ;,:;-' /'; .^V- .���������'/.'  Located this' iStii'ilny of November.; I iifit;';.,;,;;;;  ,>;������;.!. / '..y:'':/ .���'.!,-'.i/..,/:.'il',,i'iii'itk L.i'iki'' l^bi'itioV/';.::';;'/  ;/��� '..-.i..-.:..','-,;-���-./,.:-..-.���'-��'\ ,'"Oeoi:ge Afillcr,,Agent. r /,  .r:At:,;'Sitiiate.d abbnt-lS.uiiles.nortli-of ..the. In-. /  ternationiil lioiuidury T.iiie.'ahil about one niile*  north of the soiilli fork of Oil, and   Sage, creek,  in South Kiist; Ivootonay, li.G., and commencing  at a,postmarked..the lioriliwesi corner post of-  Miii'j- Marks" claim:   tiieii'ee:' east '.-'sii',< liains.;���'.'���-.  lliehee sbutli So eliains, thence  west SOeliaius.,  .  t|ieneb nortli SO chains to'llie.placuof beginning  eiiiitaihing ti 10 acres niole or less, and adjoining  flic'claiia of l^rank Link.    '.';       ,.'      '���'   ; j.".,'       i  !���   Located tin's lSth day'of. November. 1 S*l>-i    ���.��� '..  '���;' A'tary Alarks, L'oeiUor   ��� '  ���.'���"..''���'./.        cteOi'ge Miller, Agent '.������';.  :ii.' ' Situated about Kt'.m.iles north of the  International'Boundary Line, and  an  the 'south.';_  fork:.'of ,Oil   and   Sage creek." in  Soutli Kasli:  Kooteiuiy.  li.C.,  and   commencing, at a, post/. /  iiiark-eil the southeast corner post' of .Mary. f).  l-'ityn?s''claiin,   thenee. west Si) chains, tlienee, r'  iioi'tliSO'cliHiii.s; thence east, SO. chains,  thence  so.utli'KO'.clmiiis to place of beginning'r^cwfiviii?f  ingtilO acres uiore or,less,  and  adjoining  the  claiin of l.'riuik Linlj.     "',,.. "���...."���������''.',���.  Located tliis'lSth'.day of November, liitt I *  ���'   '        ,        Miiry I), l'ltyu; Locator  ..'.:���.;       '..,..', George. Miller, Agent       ..y:  ���H.-, ���Situated about, lit iniles iiovlh  of ihe  In-    '.  tci'iiiifipniir..lio'iiii(lury Lino, and  bu  the sou til .-.  ,1'ork.of Oil anil Sage creek, in Southeast ICoote-;  bay, li.C.:., and commencing in a.' post   marked  the southwest" corner  post' of% Catherine  '1'.  CJiirey's eliuni.^fliciiee north.SO chains, tlieiiee  east SO chains, thence south  SO chain's, .tlieiice'-  west 80 chains loiplacc of beginning, containing  (110 acres more or less, and adjoining the claim  ol Mary'Maries. - .        ;       ', ���.      ��� ,";  ,.'', Locateii'liiis ISth day of November, P.Kl'h  .'���>        (.'nflierine 'I'. Carey. Locator  ���' /     .       C'leorge Miller,, Agent ,������..  . j.'.'l.   SiluaieU al'ioiilli! iiiiles.north of  tlie  ln-  leriiational lioiuiilary.Line  an'd on   the south.,  fork of Oil and Sage creek, in Southeast K'ooie-  niiy, li.C!.', and coinuieneiiig  ;i,t a post   iniirked  the. llprtlieitsl. corner post, of ,1. C!. fjiirrali'sc.lalni  thence west SO.chains, thence sontli  SO cliuias  tlieiiee .eiisl SO chains, tlieiiee north SO chains^';,  to' place of.beginning containing (till acres more  or. less,  mid   adjoining  flic, claim  of Mary p.  ����>���"���.'    ;'...' ;;       ���".   -i '    '......-        ���,  .   ,   '���  ' i.ocaleil'lliis ISth day of N'ovuiiilior. lini-l.  .1. t;. Ciirrali, Locaior  ..,.      ��� '   , .        , Ceoi-ge Miller, Ageiil  21. Situated about ll! miles north of the In-,  tornuiional noundnry lane, and on the'souili  fork of Oil.ami Sage creek, in Southeast. Kootenay; li.C>, and commencing at'ii. post markeil  the uortliwcsi ebriier post of Mary p'Ncal's  cluini. thence cast so chains, ��� thence south SO  chains, thence west SO chains, thence norUi'S.O  chains to place of beginning, containing i.io,  in:rcs more in* less, and adjoining the eliiiin of  (Jalherliie 'I'. Carey. ',   ,:,     ... '     ,  Located this ISth day of November.. I'.llM.     ���   ,   .   .  .'���"'".      Mary (VNcal, Locator  ,"i!l Cleorge Miller, Agent  notice.;  Sixty days after dale I intend to  apply lo the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for 'permission ' to  purchase, the. following described,, hind  I'm-, pusfurnl purposes. Ileg'iiinino' at a.,  slake planted '_'() chains north . of the  soiifheasl I'oruer, of Lot lo, tlieiiee etist:  Mil (.'hains. thence north L'(l chiiirm.  tlienee west Stl chains, tlienee south 'JO  chidns containino- ](i(l acres. ;���  (Da,ted al, Wolf Creek the 1 I fit (lay  of  November. iiiO-1.  ' -I. K. ll.l;M]JHI:tKYS  47 A^wut W. l-ltKNCIi THE TROSPEtJ'TOR,  FORT.,STEELE,   13.,.C.\ .1A NUAEY  .1905.  Wqz tyxo&pwtox*  SATUIIDAY, .IAN.  1'S. 1 !'().->  Picked by Our Perambulator.  be iii operation about Alarch ls(.  The Nel.son ('opper  Kyndicale  has   linen    incorporated    willi    a  capital      oi'    <is]ti.(i()(jf    in     Sinn  .-si J MIX'S  The St. Enu'oni-.' mint*. Moyin.  had ' Tor its share, upwards ol ."(I  jm.m' O'til of the .lead bounty  etirnod last month.  The .S locaii Star has con tracked ^,;")'!() ions .of zinc; to the  United Stale's Zinc Company al  ' Pueblo. Col' h will run :'.." per  cent zinc. Three ,months will  be. lieodod lo ship il.*  , It. is ostitnaled thai. Hit; total  output of f<old by the'whole  world for J'.id-I reached the enormous figures ol' t?310,(10,6,00(1. '  Last, year Canada shipped to  l,he United States (iS.0-l.-f tons ol'  coke valued ul s*J(5(V~>07 besides  over one and trhalf million Ions  of coal valued at over lour  million Ihree hundred thousand  dollars.  The British Columbia Copper  ' company's plant at Greenwood,'  B.C..' in - I!KM .M'oatod' 2] 1,30-1  tons of ore. The total production wa.s as follows: Cold, ;r*,{)11  /ounces: silver.1 ��� I Ki,G8."> ounces;  copper.' ."m'OI.OT:1! pounds'.' The  value* of this .at New Yorlc  market pi'icos was about  ? 1.700, OOO.   -  The Le K'oi No. 1' Company of  Rowland w?ll��pa.V ^ dividend   of j    |)(lllf U,IV;  J.   HIGH WARDEN.;  PI0NEKR   BARBER SHOP  Everything Strictly First Class.'  N<-xt ilonr to Lite Prospector    ;,;'":���  SAVE  TIME  ALL     THE     TIME  THE  BY    USING  &# ^0^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^s^S^^^^^^^^^^^^^## ##  4��i  #^  vat  I  to ,        ���:;������.���;  SEATTLE,   TACOMA     ;/  and all ;.���';.'���.'  Pacific   Coast    Points  r i 'ii,:''' ,���  ST. PAUL, CHICAGO. NEW YORK,  ALL: POINTS  EAST  Palace und Tourist  Sleepers, Butfett  Library" Cars, .Modern  Day Coaches.'  Dining- Cars,  MEALS   A    LA   CARTE.  Best   Meals   on   Wheels  2  l''AST"THAL\TS f\-  KAST  AN'l) WKS'P DAILY    ^  Vuv  full   piii'ticiilitf.--.   rate?  i'., call mi or add res.-.  S. (  .folders'1  YKKKKS, ci.W.i'.A.: Iv  Seattle. Wtt-li.^.?  H. UKAXDT.'c.i'. a t.a.. Spokane.  If You Are Not Particular-  two shillings a s ha re. This will  make dividends of lhreo shillings  a share 1'or Ihe year l!>dl. After  'payinif the two shilling dividend  and writing olf $00,000 for'depreciation and mine development  the company will have &S0.000 in  the Ireasiiry. The company's,  shares are iTiand 1*20.000 shares  liave been issued^  During Ihe contrtict trials of  the new Hi-it'isli battleship, Dominion', the latest acquisition to  the King" Kdwnrcb VII: class., a  speed of 10A knots was attained.  /PIi'im' is tin* highest speed,lhat  has ever been realized by' a  vessel designed by the Admiralty  when running over a measured  course. For this trial the engine  room was closed down, all bulkhead doors were closed, the staff  in charge was limited to ordinary  battleship complement. and  every condition was exactly the  same as if the ship were actually  in action.'  L'orl Arthur by a little more  than three weeks, ante-dated the*  fall of its esleeined contemporary,, the Ontario , Covern-  nient.  Autonomy will not. be submit tcid to Parliament at once,  owing lo Sir Wilfrid Laiirier's  fear that his pet measure might  rniKtip 'against something hard  in ihe acting leadership ol  Ceorgo rJhilas Foster.  I\',cgi'na   is   having   its  annual  '���January thaw, the mercury hav  ing  gone   up   to   '20  below zero,  and the natives are beginning to  talk about, an early spring.  It, can be said of Ihe Hon.  G. W. lioss that' he does not  believe in letting his right hand  know what his party's lefl hand  doeth. ,\  It  is believed that  the building   of   the    Kootenay.. Central  ii nil way will change  completely  the  coal   supply   of   the   entire  ' Pacific'ocean.'������'  it utile for it  over the Illinois Central;*,  ii-"iiny old road will do yon and \vr clout:  want \ottr patronaoe: lull il yonare.  paitictilar and want tlie lie-t and mean  to haw it. ;i-k the ticlccl a��ri)i. to (-.mitt)  yon \ia I lie ' I LUXOIS OK XT I lX��!~  tlie road'llial runs lliroujli -olid vesti-  lnili' tiMiiit'licl ween SI. I'iiiil. Omaha.1;  ('hiciijio. St. bonis, .Memphis, and Now  Orleans.,  Xo additional charm1' i.-  ���seal in otif fi-cltmnn chaii' car.- which:  arc lilted with lavatories land MiioJcinr.'  rooms, ami ha\ea jiortei' in attendance.  'jlan-s viatho ILLINOIS CKNTRAL  are the lowest .mil wij will he ai:id';tc>  ilitote I hem in connection with '���aiiy  I'l'iiiiscoiuiiionlal line. '"'"v  , I>. 11. Tl't'.MIU'U,. (Jonunei'oial Agent  1-42 Third St.. I'ortlaud. Oregon.-  ���I. V.. LlXDSKY. T.K. cc I'.A. . v:  1-1'J Third St.. Portland. Oregon.  ��� 1'. li.,Thompson,   F. \ I'.A..   '" '  ,1. Colman l'ltlo.. Seattle. Wash.  ^lie M  ���'.Tlie:';'Iaargest'v'^^^  and. f'tiie:': t^sf'^^^^^  ;t5oalv''PieIda|:'''6n;?th  American Continent  South East Kootenay  AgricuituLre  Graxing and the  tnimlier Industry  areyP  >:Features"'bf ;the:'i;*'-:  o" ',,;"'w  "������"':���':;'"������''?���������'' ^���'^^���������. ''���'"''' V''^  District.   -  "i", ���'���:        ." ^*J' '������.'("��':  Koom  SHORT LIKE  BETWEEN  5TPAUHCHICAG0  OMAWKHICAGO  iKaffiJBQty-CHICAGO.  i|_,<liiij��_i'j;^^^  Your attention is called to the  "I'ionei'r Limited" trains of the "Milwaukee >.V St Van] 1 Jail way." *'TIicj only  perfect trttins in the world.'" ..'.'���'���  You will lind it desirable to rideon  those trains when koiiik' t-0 any point in  the Eitstern Stales or Canada. They  conned with till Transcontinental  Trains and all Ticket Agents sell  tickets. , ;  [for further information, pamphlets,  ulcj ask any Ticket A��ent, or  I{.  L. KOKD, EL S,  ROWK.  I'ass. A��ent. Cieneral .Ajfout,  SPOKANIC. POOvTLAND  GlloiSl^  ^y  M$$&MM  Tbwnsite Office.  ���'.tr.  lW^Wy^MiW\m\M\WKW^W^^r  |\.��^v\i^V,[^p.\('  ^ -���<wi?p\li'  .... 5^####:  ���;,   9.  ,.        -��������-C4*3  *.,:.' '.^ii-'  Headauarters   for   Mining   and   Commercial   Men  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anyniio Hemllnjt u Kki'tdl inn! <li;��(Tililiiin niay  niilclclv HHi'ili-iaiii inir <i|ilnioii free wliel.tier'nii  inveiil'l'iii Is pnilinlily iiiileiilahle. ('iiiniiitiiiidi.  il<tiiHHt.rioi.ly (riiiillilenliitl. 1 limit 1 unite on I'atentH  unlit, tree. Oldest aueney rnrmifiirliik' imt.eiltfl.  r.-itentH littien tlii'iMli;li Milllli .t Cn. recelv.f?  xjmlid notice, wltliou' charms, In tlie  Scientific American,  A. hiimliiiiineiy llliiRtratert weekly. Lnrueat circulation of liny HRiciitltlc Journal. Terms, *:t a  year: four iiiiint.liu, ft.  Sold by all tiewmlealerH.  MUNN & Co.36IBroad^- New York  Branch oillec. (J3i F Su, WasliUiatou, u. c.  NOTICE.  Notice Is liet'i'liy cl\eii lliut itpiiliciuion'tvill  lie iiiinle lo tlie Lcuislume Asni'inlily ol.llic  I'lotlut-e Ol Id-ilisli Co1iiiii1)1;i ill il-J no.vt  scs.sion toi .111 An to icvive. rutlfy anil i-ontlriil  to (lie Ivootonity CJiirilioo & f'ncl'lc Kiiilwity  t.'iiiiipiiny all the rlKlnrf. Iioux'i's. |n'iyiU'i;es und  fi'imcliisos t'.onfcrrt'ii liy tlie l\ootuuri.y' Oulbpo  & L'acitk'- Kit il way Co'mimnv Act l!i(i:i upon suit!  C'imi liny, mill to il eel lire tlnit noi AviilistniHliiif,'  tlnil'surveys lmve iiotbeen nimlo in iiceortliiiu'C;  with Section 2!) of the snid Ae.t. the said Company.is am! has been since the passage of tlie  salil'Aot n body corporate anil politic iiiidor the  iiaiiie. of the. "Koiiteiuiy, C.'iti-ibiio & l.'aeillc.  Uailwnyi Company" with the' rights, power.i,  privileges and friini'.liiscs ihereliy .conferred ill  .���ill rttspet-ls as il' the .surveys had been made In  aeeoi'ilnnee. with .said Section *!!i. and to extend  the'linic lor making the. .said .surveys reiiilireil  by Section it'.l of the said Ad  ilaled at Craiilirook. It.lt, this Hithdayol'  Decciiilier. I'.iCM.  iiA.nvKV .*., iMcCAit'i'i.;i;.,  .V* Soliciioi's I'm- Applicants.  ' NOTICE.'  Nnlife is hereby triveil tlnii the Ki'iolenay  CaribiMi nnii Paeitic liailway ('oni|iaiiy will  apply to tlie riii'liinnenl ol (.'aiiaibi at ils next  session I'or an amendment to the Act ineorpni'-  atiiiK and relalini; to the Company to e.\leinl  Iheilline for I.lie eiiiii(iienetiiiieiii, extension and  eoniphilion of its main line anil branches anil  I'or other purposes.  IJiitediitC'ninbrook. K.C.:.. December I'.Hh. tl��H  IIAIiVKY & MefAUTKif.  il kic��Uiitai>i tor appllcunUi.  Large    Sample :Eoomsfo  Fort   Steele  Cigar   Store  ���J. TAANHAUSER,  PitOP  A  l''ine I.J no of .  Cigars, Pjpes and Tobaccos  Billiard- Room  \VAT(.:ilKS and .IKWKl.KY  ENGRAVING and REPAIItlNG  PERIODICALS  Toys,   Books   and   Stationery  REPEATING RIFLES  No matter what your ideas or'prc-firrcn'-'ij:*.  are about., a rifle, some one of cij;ht different Winchester models will unruly suit  you. Winchester Kifl.es are made in all  calibers, styles and ���weights,; and whichever model you select, yoti can count on  its being well made and finished, reliable  in action   and  a strong, accurate shooter.  l-'RI-'t:    Si-tht your  njinir  and  difd'css   tin  u postal  card    for   nur    1G l'  paRf   illnstratrd    catalogue.  WINCHESTER    REPEATING   ARMS   CO.  NEW HAVEN.  CONN. TJJE PKOSPICOTOR,' FQU'j\ STEELE,   B. -C,, ��� -A aNIIAKY'' i*. .'!!l( T.  ,; The'best and'safest way  to,<�����'."''keep'.'������'���'Bab^v's'...,. ski.ii...  Health}*- is to use only   '  BABY'S   OWN  SOAP  %'  .Pure,    Dainiy,    Delicate.  Beware  of   Imitations.  ALBERT TOItETSOaP.CO , .. Mfri.' MONTREAL  fTf l**.*'Iff "*i-^-^ i      x '    S"^fm':u^L^Rni7^njnj^r*J>,>nn ���   '���'���  <&n��;^KO&p��Ct0V:S:\?r^  ,     .:..>   .-   ; ���  - ���.������:������'���   r���-^*:.-;- -������r~-^****  ^^;.vTirHlTAv;:i.AN:,s"r^Ji Imperial 'Bank' of Canada 'M: T  l!        . i IJ   'V*    *    -  ! Local news. 1  ~" .'.   ���        ;' ���.������'���    ���. ''-3  ���:iiuiiiiiiauaiUi<iaiiiiU/Uiiim."jiaiiaii-:'  0    I'ay tip ,v.oi|iv stibsci-ii.)! icjii.      v  '���Wiii. Myers \v;is' ;it, l\'iiubcVrlti.v  vl^riclay.,011 iinsiiioss.'.���''.���. ���.'/".���';:"���!'    . '���'.''  ;'. .'iieofi^u',. WalsOn   was iil':.;(;-ran���  .brpok\on: business T'ue.sc.lay,.: ,. ;.  I CAPITAL, AUTHORIZED ,$4,00p,000 ' ��� -:!  J ���:���/-���          <, CAPITAL. (i):Lic)itji) -    -    $3,000,000'        "     -  %:���".-������   '���" :' REST. ACCOUNT' .���'   -���;;-: $3,000,000   ;',;:',:'        ���  J ' Hecid    OFFice-Toronto. ���/������'    ;-���;;";���.���; .';���  jj    ;'l'. !^.' VIKf'KITT.���"I.*i-.-sI<1��.mj��.; '!>. ,l.\ WilJCIK, \,i.-e-I'i',..;.. nitd'Onii.  Mtm,  3j,    A<;KN;TH I N;.-' CM tl-1 A/l^   ; I !l'* I'lXVI N: -- I vloyils,: MmWK ^; ,i   l'.;.mliH,i-t.i, St'/O  v"....'-'  LiinVliiiii, ..'''���'��� ['���-���''.; :."'.;.,..': '....���..:.'.���������.... ,..'..'���'.':..',,.   ...     '.���... .          .'.......:.   ���''.���,.'....,.,.    '.���.���...���',;  3,     '   ���'.������..     .   ,', '''                ���-������'.���'<}      ,....',,.         .'';.       V   t   ;.   . ...7,'     ,                                ���,.'���'..                '���/  ......,.."..������  ]i.."'    ..:',,     ������,:;" ,A C'iiilteita'l, I'.aii'l^iii^'iiiiHtiii'ss lV;iik:ii.(.)(.il..   . ,'r:    . ������  Canadian Bank of Gonimerce  ' ' *  The/iv/iri/inmii. Kanir m inmmopro I  '1^ v.*  :���  lh.3;     ,  il *'���   ' v  I'j'iS'r.'.'  ���ft* ������';  '&*'���':  ri E A D' O FFIC E ��� TO RO N TO';  ��?  *  *  .',si  'il*  ,���;-,. I'aid vip Capital *8,7(I0,'��W),: Kesei'veli'i.ind $;i.oOp,000:  .. Aiv'n'i-ey'ate:llespiii'ces Over $83,000,000 Nov. HOth, lOOIl.'  9i�� ������=''-, ///���'' ':"''i,|A- ���'������  ��lw ',"���>.. .���;���������."  tt'.M-    . ���  I.oihIimi''ol'l'icc:OO Lombard Street, I"., C.  .\.eu'.''V��ii-k Ol'l'icc:  1 <l, IvxeliniiKC l>lacc:.  .-   IT !S.   ������  Aiul I lO.l.iranchoM.iii.Oanaila'atHl.tlr'e United States'...!  ,   ���.Hil.n\Y:''....^  Tra-tJy'-c'ji'liPk'.Tb'n'rs'cJay.'V.''    'V    ���/ ,<  :L,./Foley and'^Vm. ,A1;iIcui^Ihm'!  Sheep creek,/were regisfe-rcut at,  ilit!;A\riiui->()f Friday: '���' ''':.'���,.;'���" : ���-",;'  ,5-':  S iCranbrook Branch.  North Star Lodge.  NO. 30.  ,.. Aliv iiiid'iii's, l^:.,,':'..Ret! ling/  ton.' A''.;n.ic:oii.,\1ii,i'. were if in'sis at  .liity'l;tiptiri!tl;l''ri(l;iv.    ', '   .,.'.'  SC  Px  /.Saving's .Banlc D(-)|)i|,i't,inei),i!-':-- In I eresMi.aJlowecFon 'tie pus its. "'' i|;|  .   ._  ^   01m,/.Va^'''������'��v 1^1   Cranbrook Branchi  d. I-,;;M.  PINKHAM,, Mana^ery:^'  *  t-nlrtru'Lnniru'Inlnjui/i^^ .,  *�����'*���*�����*.  F. C. MALPAS. Manager. '$���   '*  w%��������%#.����$��&$��w%&w.fc*��&��%��&m^  NOTICE.  'fa'k-.?.. .nntiei'.. t.)i;t't,'.  tliii'ty.,i.l.-iys ^ui'li.t'.;  .���'lali'.. "I'-.iith-ji'i^   to '. ajijlu..'' to  ii'i(.'"( 'lu'i'-ri.  I'liiiiiiiissiiiiicr i.i f ,| .alios ;i in I' .\\,'(i|.|;s   lor j  it t tU'litywiiii' yi\'.'H"ii':lsi''nV|.r.| In���' tdl!,.Vy ��� |  ���:| itit; , ilw.-,i'.|;ilii.il".  Iainis��� .. iii    Sniitli,   Pltisl  ������.C'nin'brt.��olv,'\venvSt,.,5!<,: V'ii:\ior^    {'"'^W'VU'';" a l'''^;,!'!-"^^:-'! 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';/:,',::-/:'"���';//'���; :��� .dl11'''**���?.?be pacst/\y^ek, ���.;, >J/::��y.\:&;  ~~^tQ y:Sojournirig/rCompaiiion^   at'ij'   ;:  i'*,.iCordiallyi'.inyitcci;.'   ;   c/'    "'   V, ..'5'  5������'���������������''.��� ������'���  ���JA/Ml.;S:HlSLO!'.,Hoi'llk-'l';:'"' 5*  ���3  .���.  . .!��������� ������.i'/':.   ,.; ������   ��� ,'" - -J.  ,  Home seekers aft'/&'ganij.'.:'.ma-k-'-i''!  ing-." ��� t'heTr/y'apj^arauee".,''.:: in'.'" tne,-  Kootenay: valley..'. ,'J':������ .'���������,      '.;;'.���������._'.'.'.,.,!  WANTED  PfOfessiotiiai:  HARVEY :&'McCARTER,rv  BARRISTERS; Art DSOLIC'TORS  4" '���';.���./iMi'../aivcv'iS,Irs.:��A:'.W.'^.:::Qbisb6I'm,  'fhave/.go^e^ to' Bull   river w;berev  ���-������---,---j tbcVy-: -.viiy reside tltitil';spi\in^.''\';:7  /ei/lANMIi'OOlv.:  .l.;C;  "Nolm-tj:Pitl)lic. of. Jirilis/i (JnlwiiilHci  .'���; /^'/./;.:: ;,<*:/,:; .../;/./:S '/'::':a;vy"\; *;������$? :\\��.  ��� '���������:  Gollgctioii,/Oliai'i'.oun.ts' /;i'ttenVipd. .to.  vAuaitiiiji'rtttki /;ki.!opiit^,v(jl' 'liboks/iioiio  v.Witli dispati-.ii; :.U'()i'i;i.'.ypoi:i<r('.i'i(.'i> .solicit,-.  tS:Sl�������� H   DUNBAR ''-^".^^  '/c,''!: ''BAi:u::JS'i'i':r:,��sc.)Li'c''i'r(/)i;- ���' - '  :. /���:':,an('i.'N()TAi::s: /im;i;r,ic,::.   ;;./.  Gran brook,: ..B! 0/:,' , ":.    .'  ���>..-'T'he:vJine.'..s]eigl.iin'g','^  'past'.\\'feefe��has^  tp.the ;:log-gers:i n't bis' yiGinitp;>:,  :, Trayel/is'pickingiup.;/ iV:''la^-ge.:  iiiV'n.lber/pf cd^iVmercial'Wavellers'j  '\Y.ere':injtQwn'tliis':we  TbtivprpyinciaPlegisla^  ���'.,��� A Xpoal Salesmaii for Fort Steele  and'Surrounding; Country to Rep-  resentv,::: ��y^r^.^,Z. /"..���,'<'.c;-^r.:i.:::^;,l:r  'Canada's Greatest"  U jr; N u rseries'- i^s^r;-��� '-^7  ���Xewf-tit, lya'fieties, "ai'i.tl sjjiH'.itiiiiies  itt 'Hardy * I'?i'ttits,; Small 'Li'i'itit^.  Sltrtilts, Cpi'jiantoritals; and 'Rose.s.  A,: perhiaijent.'. situation, 'arid: tci't'i-  tOry/''reset-veu/;'fptv;.thi.';' rijrlit inaii.  r'ay.we.ekly.'-.-'Hiin'clsoh.ie  "\V>ite for iiarticithit'H,/ ;ind send 25  cot.itjs Xcif, out' pocket liiici-dsoope j list  ih.o^r.h.iujf, .tq7us<-"v.ii'i;. ^exsi'iiiiiiiiijivt.roos"  and platit.s.,ioi.' iiis'Cci*.'<: ..,'";;/,">:... /, /  ::;-STC3N:K &':i W'BLi^l NtiTOr^:: :"  ."������.;.-~-:A^ /l-'ontlii 11��Nurseries / -: /'-//  i'l^/^V-F:c:(0voi-;S00^tc:i;es);v:'/:/   .vv./:  TOIiQNaXJ; :/ - ���: /TK^/'GNTAlilO,  beaittenc'l4ng.,.to/'bushi'ess,  , THO JV1:'AS :/jV1 c V-'I'T.T W :  ;��� -P.L'vS, ;'& ' C. E'v,;.  ���/'"'.'.>.���:; :'Fprt: Steele 'B.C.':,���". </,. r  ..r'OK'l" S'l'KKI.K: IJKVKI.Or'MKN-l' SViVlltOATK LTU  !���   las Luittlonhall Sirut't, rjoiulbn: t'liigUipd. .'������  ���...'.       ...-.'    . o.. ;.',.. ... : .,.,_���  M. A. WALLINGER, FORTSTEELE.  ",'��� POST/OF!'*ICE I.IOX. S. '\  // "  ;   ���,J.��� ./G: .. GU;M.MINGS:;.. ���';  ;: '���'   ''CIVIL.' ENGINEER    ,; "V"  Provincial . Land   Surveyor-  FORT ���������'STEELE;''-B,  G.,.'".. .',  ������'v:.:'H':';:Q.^  in tenc|.eii.kJpi*It;bis.:;���_proA-ince. >rwas:  in ; f6wiv Priday-^baking^l'iancl^  \\Mtl'i'.<-Vjct.;tiiiiQ-.-!rj;iencls'. ���.���:"'V:1':"T:.'';'>\:^','.;''."'v  ::��� A in erica n/Capital, It is repdi/t^  eel, .���\villd ex]jloii ;a" number ,pi'  phicei' mines in tlie: Fori; Steele  clistric't l.b'is/year, ';';'; .'/   !      ./;/'.'  Wt:diiesdav.'���';bn business:  Ai8tliefeii^Hiatl.inssti.bd thele*tof tiiric^staii^ ^^  be patntudAVJU.nv.whu^ ,3!im miaed. protect  .::.-.--''.^',:.y'''-T;H'r';;.RA��^.rW rTo'iu.'^Vi'n'aipeirK:/^!);;'::  .Win:- Myers came up from Bull  River logging camp 'Tuesday.  He .reports" logging as" being  active in that /vicinity.;:;     \-^.,y.  v Mrv.aiid,;Mrs. W.J]5l Hill/. Mr,:  and Mrs. H.; Hill, of Cranbrook;  were/ gnests /at the I'm peri al on  Sundav" last.        ���,,.' ', ''  ���", ''".  " F. E. Simpson, ..editor of tb.e  Cranbrobk Herald;''. and, Mvs.  Si in psou.'were- visiti ng. at Steele  on Sundav last.  ...': Some (attention should be paid  ���to the tire apparatus.. .It- sbbuld  be over ha tiled and placed j n con -  cli'tion for instant use': "V.  A    '**   - ���     _  ~r*xi^&mmk  HJS HOXOCH thl. Uo.uti-i*':i!it-*:;ove'-nor ,i!i'j  Council, hits huon pi.>>iM.-i', .to iipjioint,. ;li.- :  Mr. Millei', yyas down from  Skbokunj Chuck Thursday. He  reports.\that /a'! large number of  sa w 1 ogs are ��� being-. entc in t bat  vicinitv. '  :T:iVIr:- aiul7^Mi:s!T^Vi' Tp^1 ;niircl,:  Mjss'���'.' Hunt,' Miss -'Gbii'd1, Cra.n-  brpol^,���;.Miss.Ma'cil^Ml,.::A7'.���^.ncp.^v'el���  aitd:G;:|S:: McTayish, KiveiNlnlet  we'j^e r6��'isterecl ai; the Imperial  Wednesckty/'^^':;."   :// ���';*'   ;  ������������:���&���>*���. f'": ��� ^Z..'":/,'' ������' v    v.' /;,'.' :/.-",v I'":/:.'..'/:,'/  I-IOUS 10:AN n?SiG N;- F A J.'NTi'NCJ'--i;'���:::.���/    ' ���-:Sy-y  :^�� CAXlanuM1NC1 iinrl-PAPli;U:IJANG1 NG  ;/,,/f,FO.I.iT .STEELE. "B. ,C./' /..  ' V,   ' .:"'.'.''. :   ' .'���    " .;-.   -I'-'-'  . . ��� '    . ���;-" '.5}".,.       .������;  ��� ���'.' - ",-. ,'   ;./ ���"���'���.(>' ...      '���  KIP ������'������ All .^ork-promptly.: done!  .^���;: ^*~^;:>1^>2^: >:>��^C'0i^: y$^r^:*i$::<;;*p&^  '&":'Th^W'.' ������'���'���������'. ���". ''"V:-'r/v 1\'; '^" -'���>: .���}:';'--';,:-;:;  'tvM;NE&'/:D  /AVHOCI'ISAI'.I.' -piiA OER lifr  ^J'  K  Hi  H  Ho... p.; CAin-KK ('ii-riVN pr.'si<i..n' 'n,"!^! 'J-'' McGi'llah, Spokane, T.  Exet-utn-e couiirit. tin-ji..n: k. ' i. t.i ii.oa' | Henry. Ball; river. ; .and'-..' T.  Minister of Fiiuint-ii. D.vviii p.rssi.i.i: .k^k. ;.f j O'Brien.1 Cherry ci'eek., were  the city of. victoria. !���:,., u'U-��. u..,! .iniiANNf.-:, ,.f .crjslered at the Windsor Tb urs-  BrrN-raK.N', ot.the Guy of  Vuncou.w r.   b-ivnrf. i  ,  ' . .: ,  , ' r I' I V '  to ,b��  (Comn.i.scioui.'rsi   imilt..|''tii...,".l'ubli<.' in- ���/���'",! ���       .  ���  ',  ijuirii'S -U't!" for, the purpo.-i-.o:: in,���.���lirjinr' inn*y ,    :���:   ��nd,ruportni(? npoii tl'y.'M.'.P'iraiion ..; t.:i>: *:As' ; ' George; Goldie, CraubfOOk,  sessruunt Act. l!KW," with r--j.*K to it- pr.i'."- |. w;( s. ., "jr'U0Sl ��� at the J-CJ-Side'llCe-of  tleal boarinns on tin; liniim-iii!  r..:.;..r,ri'iii':rit>  ���*;.  K ���������  >-  #  ,,', ib  ���  =.;<���.  ' y    '   '  W:  ,.._. |. ���_,  '% "  ���   .,!������;  #v  v '.:1.'".  :'&'.  ' I  *'  i ���! 'i ���  k  '������������- ;':/  k;-.  ;;���/  ,*>  iSS-'S  FORT STEELE,  B.C.  /<S.''  ���'��������� �����*"  ������"���"���$  ^TELEPHONE   17... >7 .'.' /importers .of FOREIGN LIQUORS:,:  //:;/-V;'/Cranb"rbbk;::.:B.X.'//^  i  >k  rm^��  FTP  Die  41  5i  ar  : cr  &  ';.^: ���  ;.:./: s  i u-'-".'Ci;  '���'���!     !      !    /   ���   'V^  ���,_..,...,.-,.���  "/!'���    6   /  WE GAN INTEREST YOU M ^  i  YOUR   WANTS  OUR   AIM  ���: | |  13cir  Burjiisliocl  With   tiiG   Bost,  &  the Province.  The :sail! Coinini.s-MO.H r.- will hoi'! ilii-lt" lirvl  meeting ut thi: otlii:i:,of trie Mini'stm- oi I-'iiiinifv  on Tuesday.'thu 10th dny of .luinjiiry. 3'.*��� ������>.' ;it  10 a.m..  of  which   all   Lr-rsoii.-.   intcrcstfi   iii-c ( ,       .�����    \t, ,.,,.,', 1... i, ,.    ,,,,   ..      ,���,,;'  .^  v. ,     ,        ,.       ���,      ,   ,   , :     t\  Al.ei sientlia e ������ ty tie  sett ii"'  hereby to ihke   iiotn.nr  un.i  /o-.irrn   tti.;:ii-���<-;-.i-s L t .. ��� ; t ���'.' t    , ...        t r>  Mr. .and Airs.' T. T. .McVitibie  during-..'the 'early part; of: this  week. ���  wfcnrdlnifly.  I'tOfilli'.i.tll S'.r.i-ii". /���//���>��� lir'iri  .'Otli j)iriiiilti������(���.' l'.in:,.    ;"  'in.atjb'in'c-   lias "been   itdticid to f.be  : Nelson   Tribune'   plant ' and    the  j    :-piipt'i-.will be   jj'really   iiii]jrcjv<'d  ��� ilu'riny i be coining wec.lc.    .  'Pl.MRKl: XoTKl'..  T.-tk.-:' tldfii'i: t.li-il,..il <lit'\'.-   iitftii- .'l.'lt.i',.l  intend to u;i|ilv ! < ���   t Iii- ���'< ,'ii.i.i'f   ' 'uniini.���  . .<iioiii.il- of I .nulls anil  U'ni-1-.-s  i,i   r'-.l   ;in'(i  narry int'iiy timl��T mi tin' ful ii'.v. iiir-  Died.    At   I'^ei-nie   on   .January  ^���!rd, 1 '.io'i. George: .Vinson (Jorsttii  aged    7    yc'ti.rs   ;i,ik1 ' r"i    niont lis.'  l''utt<M",il    from , tlie   rbsiclencc;   of  ���ti--l.l.iis   fat b'-r,   on ��� Wednesday .Ian.  -���Hxii.M'i!' laml   -siiiiiiti-il     in     Sun- ii,-:i-i ��� I'.'il .li:-,.     iiiti'fiiiei'if      ;tl..      h'ernio  KixitiMiuy: '     j'ciynii'lii'Vy.  (.'(ittiriii'iii'inv!'. nl   :i   j'ii-f   |ilat.it''ii  tiwi'l  "f;    B. W. WEKDEN:Prop.  ���%���   '���'"'     '     '    :'  'V.        : ���'���������'     ���'���     ':'"' ���"��� -o    "���.."���' "'������"     '���"'     ��� ';   '    :',   *<?  ..W/;'<'vEXTI':A:h'lJV''..L('.)CATKD'      liKUKIOCTLV A PI ���cilX'PKJ.) UO(.).\I.S.-   W,  b"-     ������ '���''���' ": ���-,   . ���.;���" '���"��� -,.,     .' ���,' "u  ij. Excellent Table and Good Sample Rooms u  '���   ��� '��� ���<-���;  :^:^:;>;::^:'/Vj^:;^>::^r^::VG^:����>: f4^''M\>^r<c^iz<o^��<d^z< '<���'���  ^ff!??Mi!f?!???r??r?!T??T?r?nT?T?Hf?n?!&T??fn?f?r?!mfTT!?!nn?Hn^  \l\J\'i liiivi.v'jiist'  i-t'iic-iveil. the   lai'^'i.ssf.  .".'��� coiisigninciit/./ (if l-'iiiii'.y; (Joods  i.'.v.i'!' Iiriiitglit'intfit.liis district., anil u-o  fiiii Hiiit'thiviiiost/ rustidiciiis. Oiir Uikjk  :irc ('ii!ii|)lctc and is.H'itlioiit cloithl, ..flic  itiosl.'siilfj'til, in Soiitli<';tst''l\oot'ciia\-!:  :*-3  General Merchant ANC>  L^ictwor" Dealer.  bains wi-/si nl' til'- iini't Ih'-ii-i   i'iii-iii-i-  SiMil.beust. v K'oofenay is the  J>. K. NewclIV liniluT If'ii.ii mi 1 !i-'���w'...i'\ j sectioii of l.-jrijisb ('oluinl'iia- uptni  t/rt.'i'le. i.lii'.ni-i' li;u rliains iiui'Mi. tin-in--'| wbicl'i   the   cyyes   of   tjie   (niiiing  -JOcliaillf- west: tin'I  lilli ������liiiin-. s.intli ; world  lire .in rued..   , . ",'  t.hcin',1''III. clitfiiis .'.'ist in   plan.   nl'. -j l, .���,j- :���'- ,���L_  rncIICi'tiK'tit. Mc-cluiiiic.s.  I arinci's, Spnitsmcn  Ditti'd ���-'."trd  He.'.'.  i'.Mll.  (;.' I'\ I 'nulla !!  D. IC. NuivkIJ. A'^iU  To lii-iii a tut s.,f?i.;i iii.- ^Uin an.!' ii..iiiii\'i.  i,-i'.",is,-. oil MH-1 ni-i siiiins. puiiii iiini i-ai'l h  ..���Ii'.. usi; 'I'lii' "M'lsli'r Mci'lniiiir's'" 'I  Albert ToUet Scuj, \J.v.. .Ulrt.  Mautifacliii'er of nil Kinds of Liinibcn-,        A htcge a.ssor  iiie.'ni. of.seasoned Ltiitiber and Shingles always  on bitiicl.  DIMENSION      IJUMMWIi      A      SI'EOIA LTY.  We bave'everything in tile \y;ty'of/���,'      .. ]; ;���'    (i;.',.\-  'Do.l.I.s,. Books, To.ys, Leather (ioods.  Dressing;.' Cases, Pictures and Toilet  Articles. '."���''" "  'Everything that you or the.children may want,.  When in Town Call in and See Us.  C. E.REID & CO,  ; The: Driigg*ists.:^  CRANBROOK,   B.C.    ��  \*s��^^^^^^gv  ?->^^^^^.^'. ^  was a;  BG.  '''"''l^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiuiuiiuaiiiu^aiuuiiUiuiuuiiUiaiiUiiiiiiK  Port   Steele  Meat Market  T. ROBERTS, Proprietor.  Fresh and Salt Meats Always Oh Hand.

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