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 1 ..lbr.u*.\ <>f L?g Ass  Vol. IO.  PORT STEELE, B. C, SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1904.  No '29.  NORTH STAR "MINING COMPANY  y.  Will Liquidate���And Sell Property  in East Kootenay.  Al. 1111 extraordinary meeting  of l he shareholders of iho company held at Ihe office of the  company al Montreal'on June  20ih. li was resolved- -That,  the. directors are hereby cm-,  powered to liquidate the company, also to sell the properties  of iho company ai East Kootenay or elsewhere in such manner  as may appear ��to them advisable  and lo distribute among i the  shareholders the proceeds of  said sale, together with any  other funds in'their possession.  1, The above resolution lo rbe put  into effect only after consults  tion and approval of Ihe majority  of the board, and a majority of  n a. coin mil tee of shareholders  , composed of Messrs John Beattie  block can be irrigated at an ultimate cost of between $4,000,000  and 85,000,000.  .- A 'main- canal 20 miles long,  with a bed width of 60 feet, and  carrying water a depth of 10 feet  is under construction. Some 85  miles of distributing canals have  also been' located, and' the completion ,of this section of the  scheme at an estimated cost of  si,;-{0u.0(i() will irrigate an area  of UOO.OOO acres and render  available a contiguous area of  about 400,000 acres, for grazing  and dairying. ���   '  This portion of the scheme is  io be first completed and proved  a success before any further extension is undertaken, but if  success is obtaiued, then the  necessary extensions will be  undertaken to finally,, irrigate  the full amount of 1,500,000  acres, and develop the remaining  1,500.000  acres  for grazing and  A   HUGE   TANGLE.  Coal Lands in the Flathead Valley  will be Fought for.  R. Reford, H. S.   Holt,   Alexan-1 dairying  dei- Woods and R. C. Gillett."  f Tt was also resolved: "'Thata  distribution of the cash'.on hand  be made to the shareholders 'of  record piv the. nth day of July,  1904, iit the rate of seven cents  per share." , t  In accordance with the above  " resolution the transfer books of  the company will be closed at  noon of Saturday." the Will day of  July, 1904. and a distribution at  the rate of seven cents per share  will be made to shareholders of-  record of above date, payable on  the'loth of July. c  "'*,il'.  '' Mining on Wild Horse Creek.  Dave Griffith was down from  Wild "Horse creek Saturday. He  .gUiUiS-il'hat-41-is. surprising" how.  the , owners of m.ineral claims  aro holding on. The assessment  work on nearly every claim is  being, done ��� regularly. The  country ��� is remote from, transportation; but that is the/only  drawback to the district. Placer  mining is being prosecuted  vigorously aud the output of  placer gold will he increased  considerably over that of last  year. They have big bodies of  silver-lead ores, and large free  gold quartz veins, and there is  no question about the camp being a prominent one when the  Kootenay Central is completed  to it.  BULL RIVER ITEMS.  Mineral Production of Canada.  The value of the mineral production of Canada for 1903 is as  follows:��� $  Gold SIR. 835,000. British Columbia is credited with the production of S5.S59.450.  1 l"u 190." Canada produced  43,'2S1, lo* pounds of copper  valued at *5,72H,2(il.  The quantity of silver produced in the Dominion during  1903 was 3,182.00't ounces valued  at $1,700,779.  Lead production in 1903 was  18,000,000 pounds valued at  $762,(51)0.      ,,."-"     ..���."'        '  .,'   Big Irrigation Scheme.  Toronto, 0nt..'.< July 4 5.��� The  irrigation scheme which the  Canadian Pacific has now under,  way is undoubtedly the largest  undertaking of its kind on this  continent. It embraces an area  extending from Calgary' foi- 1.50  miles, and runs (50 miles north  and south. Through the center  of this tract the main line of the  Canadian Pacific runs.' The  .greater part of three years has  been devoted to reconnoissance  and preliminary surveys of the  proposed canal scheme and the  land to be served therefrom, and  the result shows that about one-  half,   or   1,500,000  acres  of the  A, Weekly Budget of News From  the New Placer Camp.   -  W. A. Chisholm visited his  family at Steele last Sunday.  Manager Guinter is building a  store room for supplies which  was much needed.      , <  The work continues with the  same vigor notwithstanding the  very hot weather.  Charles Reynolds and Adam  Wise are doing some ' good rock  work on the grade.   ��  '  Bert Fraser is on the night  shift in the kitchen doing pastry  work. ' '  A refreshing.shower qi7;l*i*.in  was a,welcome visitor in c'atnp  on Monday and Tuesday which  changed the condition of the  atmosphere very perceptable.  ��� Tracy and Shorty were brewing some Sarsaparilla Sunday,  and say. its all right too, any  one requiring some, should apply  to the above parties.  Surveyors in the Field.  The surveyors for the Kootenay Central railway, ai*e in the  Held in, earnest. , There is no  question about it. Word has  been received that. W. T. S.  Armstrong with a���force of 16  men are now at work at Galloway, with Port" Steele' and  Golden as their objective point,  this' is the final step before  actual construction. ���  The above news will be very  satisfactory to the people of  Fort Steele, who have a. natural  anxiety to learn just what was  the intention of the promoters  of the K.C.R. It would seem  that the matter is settled, aud  the people of this town, and the  mining men of the district surrounding can lay their plans accordingly.  The building of- the K.C.R.  will stimulate, mining development to a wonderful degree.  The commercial importance of a  north and south road in South  east bKobtenaybcannot be over  estimated^ and the people will  look with pleasure towards any  railway which will, tend"to the  material development of. the entire Southeast Kootenay district.  Forest Fires.  The season of forest fires is  here and,already a large amount  of local damage has been done  south of Wardner. With the  probability of an .unusual hot  and dry summer, it. becomes  necessary ,- that precautions  should be taken to prevent the  starting of forest fires.  Coal lands believed to be worth  millions, are being fought for by  Spokane men who have made locations in Southeast Kootenay,  British   Columbia.     Ex-Senator  (j  George Turner, Senator Levi  Ankeny, Thomas,Greenough, A.  J. Blethen, P. Bryne and dozens  of other prominent men are interested in the fight.  Rival interests: The Spokane  group, the Rossland group, the  Nelson group, the Laidlaw  group, the Janes group, and  other groups innumerable, have  been staking claims, abandoning  claims, and jumping claims until  there is' now'a tangle of such  huge size that its creators are  aghast at their own handiwork,  says the Spokesman Review. '  Unless all the maps in existence lie, agents for various  groups have been staking claims  and jumping claims until the  actual ground , will not begin to  hold the locations.' Tt is manifest . that some of the locators  will either get no claims at all,  for which they have put up good  money, or else they will get  mere, fractions, much smaller  than the mile square locations to  which they are entitled under  the law.  ' The fight for the coal, lands is  only starting and it is likely to  wage through Canadian courts  for years.'  The lands are southeastfof the  Crow's Nest Pass Coal,,, fields,"  and are in the how famousjBlock  4593i,^It forms a-fcriauglje-bound-  ed'onithe'-^est-'by the Canadian  Pacific land, on the south ,by' the  American Hue, and on the northeast byr the Rocky ' mountains,  which' mark the boundary between British Columbia and  Alberta.  Andrew Hacketl, of Spokane,  staked the first group for the  Spokane Palls Gas Light Company in 1902. In August of 1902  Fred Ritchie and Ross Thompson of Rossland, staked the  Rossland group. A few days  later Mr. Hackett formed the  Spokane group, and staked the  first 50 claims, on what he believed was block 4593. The rest  were staked a year ago.  So strong was the demand for  locations that a little later Mr.  Hackett formed1 the Anderson  group to norih of his first one.  The nominal locator was  Hackett's friend A. L. Anderson  of Rossland. and now numbers  120 claims.  All the maps in existence show  that it would be impossible to  crowd 120 claims, each a mile  square into that little space.  Mr. Anderson, the locator who  has been piling up the locations,  cheerfully defies the maps by  saying all of them are wrong  and that there's plenty of room  for even more claims. None of  the people he has staked can dispute him. for none have been ou  the ground.   .  While this has been going on,  troubles have been piling up for  the original Spokane or Hackett  group. Nelson people sent a.  surveyor into the Flathead, who  staked 120 claims, many of  which overlapped the Hackett  group. Fred Ritchie asserts  that his Rossland group covers a  part of the ground, which  Hackett staked in 1902 as part of  the Spokane group, Hackett. retorts that Mr. Ritchie's locations  are not on Block 4593 at all, but  are west of it.  South of the Spokane group is  the Grand Porks group of 50  claims,   some of  these have got  tangled up with Rossland group.  East, of the Hackett group is  the Andrew Laidlaw group of 32  claims,, which' are said_ tojiave  been jumped by the Nelson  group. Mr. Laidlaw spent  several weeks on the ground and  is perfectly satisfied thai it was  vacant ground when he located.  Southeast of. Ihe Spokane  group is ~ the second Laidlaw  group, and' south of it. is the  Chamber of Commerce group.  The provincial government  has announced that it would  grant licenses to all claimants,  upon tho payment of $100 license  fee, but would not,undertake to  determine the rights of any of  the.contestants. "  The result has .caused turmoil  at Spokane. Inevitable litigation faces the locators. .There  is no certainty of the outcome.  In order to protect their inter-,  esls someof the various groups  are forming incorporated companies, to which each locator  will turn his claim and receive a  pro rata share of stock. There  is no  question  of the enormous  value  of  the , coal lands.    They  'i  shpuld;be'worth millions. ,   It is  now   a -question 'who   will  get  them.    '  DISTRICT.MINING NEWS.  Will Survey the-Star Group���The  .-.i.Tiger-.-Poorman���Has  Several  Hundred Tons on Dump.  STAR  GKOUR  Mining Notes,  The survey of fhe Estella  group of mines was completed  last week.  The SU Eugene mine is now  shipping 75 tons of concentrates  daily to Antwerp. "a '���  It- looks as if silver would  reach the 60 mark. Japan wants  the white metal.1  Billy-^Myers has-uncovered au  enormous-showinpf of oro on r.ho  Watson mine. '���   ���<'������'-   :-  It is said that the Sullivan  mine has over 200,000 tons of  ore valued at ��4,000.000 in sight.  The Estella group of mines is  the most attractive property on  Tracy creek.  The output ol the, St. Eugene  is comparing very , favorably  with that of mines in West  Kootenay.  J. Y. Kesler arrived at. Steele  Saturday" from Spokane. It is  understood that he will resume  operations on the Star sroup of  mines immediately.  Work is progressing on, the  Tiger-Poorman group of , mines,  which will no doubt be a prominent shipper upon the completion  of the Kootenay Central railway  During last week the biggest  shipment of Canadian refined  silver in the history of the  country went out from Trail to  China. It .consisted of 70,000  ounces, valued at !?J0,(50O  Work ou the Bull river placer  mines is being pushed rapidly.  Renewed activity and energy  i.s evident at the placer mines on  Wild.Horse creek.  St.-Eugene mine is now working full''time. Contracts with  Belgium'," , ''ore ' buyers assure  steady work for two years.  During the month of June the  St. Eugene mine shipped 2,900  tpns of lead ore and concentrates  Of this 1,400 tons went to ..Trail  and the balance to Antwerp,  Belgium. ;  There is no more satisfactory  or consistent work to be found  in the Fort Steele mining district, than that to be seen at, the  Bull river placer mines, con  trolled by the Bull .River Mining  Co., of which D. S. Guinter is  general-'manager.  Wild Horse creek. This old  placer camp is destined to become prominent, as a quartz  camp, upon the construction of  the Kootenay Central railway.  No word has been received as  to the operations on the Star  group of claims. Mr. Kesler.  the manager, is now at the mine.  T. T. McVittie, IP.L.S., \\-ill  leave Steele Monday with an  outfit for the purpose of survey-'  ing the claims. ' ;  SILVIA   CiUOUK  A. 'G'rez" has a'small'force at  work developing the Silvia  'group, situate on Wolf creek.  It will take about one month to  perform the annual assessment  work.'  TIGER-POOKM AM.  John P. Larson with a small  force has started' vigorous development on the Tiger-Poorman  group of mines which are situated oriithc divide ^between Sheep  creek and the North Pork of  Wild Horse. Mr. Larsen says  that 'he believes that ho has a  great 'property,- there is plenty  of orcein sight, and several  hundred-tons on the dump. It  is rich in copper and lead, besides carrying good values in  silver aud gold. As soon as the  Kootenay Central is completed a  large,force,will be employed and  shipments made.  l'ERHY  CREEK.  - While but-little news has been  received from , Perry creek this  week, it is known that considerable' workns.'goihg... on which ' is  o f * a1 m os t 's ati sf ac'fbVy" c h a rac ter.  TAENtfAOSER  GROUP." " *",' ���  ���'Joe Taenhauser is 'making'  preparations i'or doing, the  annual assessment, work upon  the Taenhauser group! The  properly is situated above the  ford, on the south fork of the St.  Mary's river-.     ���   '  ���  WINDERMERE   DISTRICT. "  The news from the Windermere country ' this week ��� continues to be of a most encouraging, nature. Work'is progressing  bii many properties which are  showing up large' ore bodies.  Shipments of oro continue to go  down the river by steamboats'to  Golden.  CRAWFORD   CHEEK.  A large amount of work is  now being done in the mines at  the head of Crawford creek, over  the divide from the head of St.  Mary's river. ��  WATSON  The principal topic of conversation in mining circles   for   the  A" ' 11  past few days is a reported   new  strike in the Watson mine,(whieh  is situated on Victoria Gulch, a  tributary of Wild T-lorse creek.  impression is that  the elections  will take place in October.  Hon. Chas Mackintosh, the  Conservative candidate .��� for  Kootenay, is persistently prosecuting his campaign through the  riding.    r ���  Sir Wilfrid Laurier'has" labored  hard to make it'appear that the  Libera) party have no quarrel  with the ''foreigner", but his  apologies came at a late hour.  All   the   sitting days  of' the  Dominion House will be devoted  lo  government  business!     This  means  that   prorogation   ought  not to be very far distant.    It is  expected that the 20th   of July,  or  between    the  20th   and   the,-  close of the month, will   see  the  House closed.  NEW''T0WNSITES.  Parrell City and Prichard the New  Additions   to ' Southeast  ��� Kootenay Towns  Silver-lead Quotations  '  Now York, July 1"��:  Bar Silver.   5Si  Lead                4.3f>  Copper... -.'.   12.r>(.l  Spelter.;                   -Ui."i  London, .Tuly   IS.-Silver.   21  :i-ld:  copper���-.��57:,.:th!iil;   lend.    Cli    l  ���>* (id:  spelter. ,C2(i     .-,   <l.  Market Conditions.  '  Will silver reach   the  lit)  cent  mark'A     'Is    what     silvei  ���-lead  miners won Id I ike to -know'.  Copper was linn iu local  market, but was a shade easier  in London.  Lead was   unchanged   local  but was a little lower abroad.  I.V..  Matters Political.  Electoral lists are being handed   to   members.     The   general  Parrell City, B.C., is the name  of a new town to be located in  tbe Flathead valley.  George Fraser, M.P.P., who  lias just, returned from a two  week's trip iu the ��� Flathead  valley, has applied to the provincial government for surface  rights, a mile square,' for town-  site purposes. Tt is said that  tlie new townsite will be located,  on the Hackett group, near the  largest outcrop of coal in that  district.  Prichard,   is   the   name of the-  tiew town, which will be located  oii   Bull   river,   near   the placer  ground ,of the Gold River Mining Company. '  lt-i is. reported thai, the new  town will . be. surveyed and  platted, and on the market as  soon as the big ditch and flume  is completed.1 It is "expected  that, the power house, for the  Mull River Falls Power and  Light Co., will be completed and  the necessary machinery installed by the time of completion  of Hume.  Prichard townsitc is one of the  prettiest spots in "tho Kootenay  valley, good hunting and fishing  can be found in close proximity  to the new town, which will no  doubt be a very interesting place*  for visiting tourists, hunters and  those seeking a few weeks outing in the mountains.  HACKETT VS. C0VELL.  I  $50,000  was Paid Flathead' Coal  Boomers.  In the Superior Court of  Spokane, Edward Covell, of  Moyie, has brought suit against  Andrew Hackett, of Spokane, to  compel said Hackett to divide  with plaintiff the fees paid by  the locators for their locations  in the now famous Hackett  group in Block A'AA'A in the Flat-,  head country.  Tt is alleged by the plaintiff,  Covell. that a partnership was  formed by the parties, to carry  un the business of locating men  on coal lands iu British Columbia. The charge for locating  the, claims was *l.r>t) each, and  the aggregate fees paid "amount--  ed to .$*>2,-00(). and before the  partnership was dissolved,  Hackett,' continued ., locating  claims and collected a total of  '{'50,000, which 'Hackett lias refused to account or share with,  plaintiff.  It ,is said that the claim on  which the big showing of coal.  55 feet,wide, is'made' in Covell's  name. Some interesting developments will be made during the  trial as to the locations made by  Hackett. ancl Rossland people. TH R PROSPECTOR ' FORT STEELE, M C, JULY 10, 19,04.  '.'���'BSTAHtl-SI-lKl) ' 18iTi.  A.  B.;'6race,Y,-Y  ' '   'AND    lO'blTOK:  -.,_''���'"''���''' ,     ,.''       |c|"nji'lit,y.'   c.ilco   iii .n bun da rice, in-  ��ijl>   ^X0&P%��T0X:*  loxhauslibiefoiysK oi:/lli��   finest  tiiriber. Kooteiniy has very great  ; natural advantages for the man-,  PUBLISHER    AMD, - MUJT.uk: .   .- | lll:'f <^'<''1''    A  '. "' *    ,;A'"A,'..'    . ���>'"���''  . BriiisriY .Columbia.'," and,,,, .especially, the, Ivootenays offer  varied (Opportunities'-'for.-', the investment of capitali    ; a:' ���-.y;     ';,  ���_ A n increase iir the tariff would  give British-Columbia cities and  tow lis ih'c^,eased-':!,pji6s'perity.'.';vn'd,;  ii;';iarge' lip/he market., '" ..yyAy-  : "The coiKStru'ctioii of the Koote-  "ii,a..y:-'Central Railway;will,give,to  UoVoicd' to tlie upbuliditifj ol Fori Steele,the  development of Uieflvasi' minora'  resources ot  , jie Bast,Kootcriiiy hiintnK district.   ....      ,  ' Subscriptions, i v.- ���....' 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A policyoOfJiigh Hprdtectibh':;wpuld  -develop theymlriihgYYindustries, of  ���meneed,'byb)irXEttifJ Tsh -eciuipa uy  ;i:ec:entiy''fornied'. ;.;-'The jniues of 1  the: y^irideruiere- district* -, and  ,,(..thej.;K6bte.na.ys.^  Canadian. yiead    prodaieeri';;'-';t.h'e l&hd   .fiost- creeks:';' alsby-the-lim'-'  Ax J-.";ii3i:<;t(i-;,S  '.'���'���iCahadia'u': market.'      ���"'* ,- "-." .';b:.  a/ Ari'y indlisti-yyof the bKpbtefnkys.  ,\v.hich ciesei*y'es -spepiar'irieh tioh,-;"  "baridrof;nibreythan brclih'Siy'iiit'er!-,',  y est IP ,;tlie Alead yimiher-aii'd; pro"-"  ', ducei-, AS; the ins'tal 1 a'tjoii-ibf sheet  -':"'I'ead.'.and lea-d/pipe-'platitsiibbthe^  .���AGaaiadian^.'-.S melting -' - Works A-at,  ''-<Trail;-^AbY''b"b:Y'xAbb'-%Yy'bX  .,-,., ��� J4.\ . ��� .    '-.-'A'-...   ..' c'.-'y.- ���.���!:-������ ,v '.   .   ,. ���'..','.:',- ,- ;  A y;:ylt^h6uldybe,aibtedA'thatr;;:<si^'Pr'  ;��� 'and 1 ead ;are^-r.-.l:oliiid��?,tp'gb'tljer' in:  ;:;.ythrie'''',S'anVb...di-(i'.-;v.^  Aiiimei'Si'Ca-nnotr-.disii.bs'e  blead;y. ;they'Aeaj:iA;'onlyy;nrinel ores;,  bwhichyare-'yei'yyj'icl) '.:.Tti/sil.yerf'so;  ^Vhatait;^)^  ���'^the'.pv.oduc^  Xsame'timeyfni'msh-'a.large' inarket.  , ,,Cor'its.Vi:icreaiseil;pro(l,uctipn,';willy  ..YihivUe"silver^.lead.' mining^ prbfit-  ,,.- 'able��ih 'the ''Kobt'e nay's. Vy b; ���';':���:  :������ '���''-'���' ft Are<:pnres   no  demohstratioh  y;lo, prove;, that -ay gretil; develop-'  " ���.������"i.ii(-!'nt.;':o'f.''-' iiiihing   will follow tlie  i ine'iise.)':,11 iii'ber."������.- re��purces':,bof ;the,-j  KbotehaA-; yajfey'/\vi"I_l ifiii-nislbthtf'  iieces&try bYtdniiage::. f p.. ysu piJOi't-  thei.ne\^'e;ti!erpriscj,,A ,;-;.A ;,;;;;;;:;;  jii.'i.iiu'l.'acfuring-  oi.  '.'sheet:-''lead,'  1 ead -I) j pe  a u'd ���.. cp r rod ed   lead A n  A tlie!,Kopteifa,ys. -     , ;. :-'.  -y'y".'; ;..-.:���..���  :"  ' It  is   expected   that the- niities  ,; of. thp.-'''Kootenays 0will  produce  :i;.'30.,000 tonsrof lead this year.  .; A  'large   portion   of  .this- will    be'  ���;'." niarlceted in Canada;:. ,4,000,tons  -'���: of lea'd.;pipeV;.J.,()()0*'.tons,'',oJ'   sheet  .   lead- inaiiufactured. at Trail. wi,t;h  corroding works, soon.'to  be   es-  .;j;ablislied;.iljay|i.vg.; a capacity 'of  lO.tlOO '-. ton's. ���;.-;,w���ould*-\' leave'"'"''a  .balance of l;4,iX��) tonsito; b'ei "dis-  ',"/pby>e(l   of either at home or in a  (.'foreign market.  , ���',  -  ���       A" 'policy   of" high,,  protection  ���'that .would develop   the   mining.  '������ mann.fact.uri-hg. and ��� agricultural  interests of   the   Kootenay*   and  a.-t.'���'. ihe     s}un��-.'.���. .time   .shut;  out  - A.mer.icain farm ���. .p'rpdi'iei's. 'wiymld .  ���boy very .beneficial .to; the farmerir.'  of   the   Kootenay 'and Columbia.;  ���   valley*-mid of llrilish (Jolfimbia. ,  '     A home ih-'inaiid' for"th'eir ]i'io--,  ducts is .essential to., the   farmer ;  A Canadian'tnarlcct is wanted by '  the'Kootenay miner for the   dis-  position of Iiis load product, and I  one of the essentials of  success j  fu'l   mining   is cheap transport a- :  ���1 ion.       . .,''.'.'.'  Iron mining, may yet become a  ; Ti: i'i re ,    irirj'iortanl     industry'     it):  . Soiiiihe'a-st   .   Ivooti-':iia,y.      '.Wil.li,  linmi'i'oiis    WMlorpower'i.   fixlen- '  siv'i*' deposits of iron oi;e unlimil-".'  . o.d   supplies   of   co'a I   of t lie, besl ;  'A'.\;.\.TI';i)  . : sl-'.A'KKAI.   I.VDI.'S'I'KI- ]  mis |M.'rs(ins iii i'lit-li slii'i' in :i-ai'-l In.--  h'.ii-|. ''sliililislii'il cli'vii vi'Mi'.-i and with !  :i  hu.i.:'' i.-!i|iiliil. I" cull U|mmi   iiici-i-haii!- ,  a'nl acciil.-i I'm; -iiccr's-,1 HI ainl |ii-i>liliili!c  line     I Vriiiali'-M I  '.'Hi:ii'J''iMcnl      U'l'i'li-  ly casli s/ilai-y nl'-^IM  niid   all   t i'a vcli n-j  'c.<|m'msi'.-.   and   Initi'l   liilN   ,'idv;ciccd in  .'.-lill  '.,'H'li  Ivc'N      ,l''..\|ii'i'ii'lici: lint  cssi'll  linl.     Mi'iil inn ri'lcVciics   and   enclose  -..-ll-a.ddi'c^cd cuvcl(��iM..    'TMK    NAT-  I()X A I,. .'I.'I'J DciH'lioVii St., Ohiciig-o.  Yvy;^^>;lli^-^lA.sTKi^yrt^:ClfAXl;g���S::l,l1;KE tar  SOA1-"'tioals���; iiiid; softetisyy'thc sKin,, 'Sylii i(-  'lirmnprly"cleSVisi'Msr' ibofygivasiv oil.-yVast.,%<���:;  lIl^V1��;ll>^to1':l^(���cll!��"'^���fcf,'b!1^l;'PcY'rt::;!n^-  l''.i(;'' iiiiniple on.rect-lpt'of '-'���.���r.l'pi-po^tat'O.       v;  A 'A' ;A. Albert .Toiifit.Soiip. Co.., Mfrs'.ilontroM!.-,''  ��� itbWiir ;be: tobYour; Interest.b  \.��:x...i/r :���.,, a: :.:y:< ,,x..',.;,.":..--yy:;:... .::..  .:���, i:,^;; ,-,  yyyyy:yh:yy: :;*::rr----.yy-.y-^yyy^. y:':-',,,,;  ���yylf y^mi.Y��;oiii.6iiij)ja;te yyisivini;- tlieSt;;;  .l^ii.is-.BxposVtji.pii.y'.inYsot:^^^^^^  Ipi'lliVlLIiijj .;iij-,;t;. y i'^ilr(ian   'xfiiryyi��i}..^t,h(5-  li i"\\-<JBCi-:ites;ivnd: tiliei; Ijeijt 'route^AAAVlso'  ;is" tay IViwil'' 'cbiid i ti.i;iiis; "si.ii y.Slyr::Louis;y  |.'iatois'..-iM.(;".,'i'i?i.'i!. ��� y"'i'y',��',;', .y:-';v*y'b;''?'; '-A  ..' if .yofiy^will:,-write;' .the .liiid'ersigncfi.';'  'sti'iijtng^iviiiCt'.'infoi'in'atipnb.TO  Uiij sliiiio AS^ill'A'bo" iii'di'iipUy ; riiriii^lii-'d?:  1 'f.'-Wvo d(i ��� noi "liViy'f it yon.,, hiuidyAvv-ilii  s(>i-.ui-c it un;.;you if jiossihl.e..- ;incl,i\yit.h.-  ou tuny c.\-1 loiiso tii) vqu. ' Add ress; y :'-y-;;  rCl.f.''.i:itlJ\li^ULIbb7iMiinC!rciiil.,A^(jtii,i  1.4L''.Tlijrd 'Sti'i^LYPorrliiiidy Qre/  y,     NOTICE. '.','.  To: Wiiltui;, C- liun.-lietl,' ami', to any-oilier  Jiariy ol' luii'tios to whom ho miiy liiiyis iriiiis-  foi-rod ins Interest, iii iho ".Galore'" ^iiucriil  Claim.>>liu!ite' on .SuUivnn Hill, in tlie Port  .Stceio'SIiiilntt Uiyisioii. Kasi Ivootciiay. Ui-ilish  ,1,'olulubfit,' '        ' y";    ':-    ... '' ,, ,;-'  ������;.  ''.'.'J'A'K1���;, XOTICE' thai you sire lioro.oy, ru-.  (|*u"lred. w-ithln ninoty days from the lirs't publi-  t-iition of this iioiioo to pay to tli'o'luiiVlursigiioii  '.lib slim 'of iS'2.01), tin* aaionni expu'iided by hiiii  .'iu'yoi'ii- iniui-est in "siiiii claim; for assessment  <\vork ,'up lo tlit.' lllh.aay of -Covemlior. l'.iu:*: ,t_ -;  ."AXDcFUUTIyIKKTAKI: XOTICK , that i'un-'  .t'.'sij. said payuieiii .toVvthe'r-'-wiili-'.a.ll ,'vosts,of  ju'lvertlsiiiu-.''. is paid--.wiili.jn' iho' time above  -.taiL-d.-yonr intorc'st, in.said claim shall lapse  --..! t.h��l '.ln'l^rsitriie'l on iiccount oi' saitl '.'xpendi-  :ure.-'     '     ;���     '' y   'a A: - - A,    u '\  |" '1'HIS'-'XOTICK is given under,.Section' -1 of'  |.. he '.Minend. Act Aineiiiiineiit Act, ll>obv. .'.,:, ��  ; ���  DA'1'l-.'.l)'.llil's -islh dii.y of'.j'une. 1M4.- ' , '   y  J-;   .';'���'������-.       ��� x   WUAAAM .I.I.AXGIACX.  A-'^'.y-    ;;���': , I NOTICE.;'>, * ���'   ,b ';' -'.,,.���'���  Xotice is h'lifc-lij- s-'iven that tliirly day?; after  ., laic J in tend toaiaily to the Chief Commission-  r of l.niul- and U'urhy Mini -the Assistant, Com-  yr.s^ioaer of l.a'.nls anil'Win-ks I'm-tiny Oijji.riet  ; K/-.M Kootiviiirv, for ii r.ic'.ais'.. to; prospect for  . ai .-<mi I'.-i riilciini ou llic lollowini,'deseiilied  'diil.   Sitiniii-.l ai ihe lieao ofSjnrviition Creek  ���te.i aiijoiidniT'ilie-liiloriialional li.iuihlary line'  ll'..i-.!-: .';'ii':i' '.S'i'!i;li"a-'.er:i    j.nn-iiiiii  <">f   Hrilish  -'..iuniDl..: "      ���' A    ,. '   '.  ���  :. 'fuiitifM'ni'itiif at   a   post  planted.1 near the  ..-���ii.I ..f Si:i!'^iitioii i 'rcekjiii'. uiile n'ortii.of the  .iituruaiioSial H'oilndary line and one mile east  ���f l...isia-;.i.Miiek..,n/i.'-'s n.u ihwesi corner post.  ,'.cii:;.. Uie iiiir.iul p-.st -rl Williiiiii cll'-iyn's (elniin  .qd'murk'-d Wiiliiiin (Jloyn's north west eonier  ;i.,..t:      tln-i'ic-     -outli      -o    '.chains.      thence  ��� ii-t -" chains. ihencc nortli  so   chiiins,' thence  >vesi so e'liiiiiif to Hie. .place' ol   liej,'liinine  coil-  ijiiniJiY-'-''"!;.'iicr.'^ mot-'-c.-i- lcs^..  '   f.ftcaie'i .Inn.- '-"Hi. l:")|. -.   ������' ,  ' .  Wiillanl Oloyii. Lf.enli.ir  .    . '     ,,. ,     ..lolin 'I'. Illiiff. At('.at A-  :.'.    CoailiicniYtiiv:   ul. a   posl   planted   north of  ,.:i(l ari.|.-ic.-iii. to Wi 11 In in  ClovliV: ,claim,   lieini/-  Aib-; ii! i ;.'i po.-i .-.!. ,i.iiiii ���r.-'iiiii'ir'.-, claim nnd;  iiiiitkcd .!'ila..T. Ulii.')., -.oiiLli a est .���orner poi,t..i  ii'-li'.-' ic.i Ui W' '-lialie-. Iliciii-..- easi ho .-Iiii-Iiik, '  in-li.-" ^outli-i''-Indie-,   llicnee   we-t  HO  eltniim j  :.'. ')i<- j.hice ol i.-r^i nii; nj-:   conln Ini ne   '.I-l  uri-.-..  "������;������������' '"��-   "      ��� ,-���   I  l.oi-a'n-'i.lnn.-- ','iitli. P'OI ,        I,  .-: ' '   '      .lo.'ili T.  Illnll'.. la'.i.-al.ir ;  J.   HIGH WARDEN.     ���  '������'..'���'     ; ix . ;.  PIONEER - BARBER. SHOP  Kvorythii.iir St.i'-ic't ly First Class  Next door In Ilir I'eoxp 'i-lor  ^]|e Mi^  ���������Tlie.'; Largesl;:,;-;;  Mineral Areas, ������/:..  and tlie Most  yExtensive"!';-;;;;;;';;"'"-;^  Coal Fields on the, y::^  American Continent  aire Situated in  ,";';  South East IKooten^y  W.i   **S'    i-f- -~T*  ��� -' ' ti -\i  ���**������-*>   ...    * '���  Agriculture  ' '-'       ���; '���   ! '-' "'  '      ;���'*,������    , , '., '       "  t     'O  Graxing and the  Lumber Industry  are Prominent V  Features of ::;the ;���;',;..;  District.;;  'The propose^ ��  though Fort Steele and Tap the Greatest Mineral Belt of the  i)iStirii& A.A:,yA ./.a  i'-r'vJ" ;������  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  to  Townsite 'Office. THE PROSPECTOR. FORT STEELE, B. C, JULY I.G. 1904,  /  rnacc  Flues  Easily  Cleaned  Cleaning out the fluos of most furnaces  is so difficult and complicated that only an  ox-port can do it, and experts' services usually come high.  The linos in tho Sunshine F'uni!ico can be cleaned from two  different cloan-out doors and from the food-door, so that there  is.no  part of tho fluos which is not easily reached. '      <"  A special brush for this purpose is always supplied, and the  operation is so simplo that a boy can perform it,  The wholo Sunshine Fiinmoo construction is on the mtiuo  plan of simplicity.  Sold by all onterpi'isiiifr donWrij     Write for booklet.  nity lor mountain climbing,  hunting and fishing, and of becoming acquainted with the  characters of a western mining  camp, should attract tourists  and other visitors to Southeast.  Kootenay.  A Business Change.  McCIary]5  LONDON, TORONTO, MONTREAL. WINNIPEG, VANCOUVER. ST. JOHN, N.B<  0 WOTiCE.  .Notice it> ln/roliy ��ivon that (id, duyi  Irom the tliitc hurool I intend to-apply  ��� to ilie Cliii'l (loinmix-ioiiCT of Lund-,  'and Worlr* ul. Victoria to purchii-e the  lollouMny iloscrilii'd lands silualo in  SoiiLlioasi, ICootuiiay and di'scribed as  loi low-.:--       '���    '  C'niMiiicuoin'r  .tl   a   po=.L  planted one  mill' wot ol south west eorner ol block  .No. :;-!2. thenee SO chains south, ilience  20 elinins cast, thence SO chains  north,  thence  2H  chain-  weft  to place of be-  biijiiiiiji coniaininc 100 .acres  more or  lo-,.  JOHN ^IliAN.  .      Dated Port Steele May IM. IHOI.     20  MINKUAL   act  (b'on.M  F.)  GtlW tyK0&p2Z%0V.  SATURDAY. JULY  1C>,  11)0-1  CI U'I'll'U' V\'V. VI-  IMI'KOVHMK.VI-  tSovereiHn'  Mineral  NOTICE.  ���Highland Ohio!'./Ci-iU'el'.  and "('row n I'Yiioliotial  Claiins.  i   Mliiate ill Hi"   l-'oil Steele  Minim;  IIimmou  of Kiist Kooion.iy lHMiict. ���*���._ '  Whole located <Mi I->evi.v Cieek  '' ' T.i ku notice I lint I 'J'iios T Ale Villi'.' I'JIC  No 117.1? HI Agent lor the Koolcn.iv (I'cnv  Cii'i-IO Cold Mine- Limited. l'*ieo Miiior"s Cei  iiln.ii'c STo isrr.'tT. intend; sixty day-fioin the  il He iK'U'ot'.o upply io the Alining Rccoidoi  lot .i c'ertilic.ituo1 liii]'ro\oinciils. lor the jmii-  ljo-e of obt.iiinni-'a Crown Grant of the  al>o\e  el, urn- i        i  And  lurilicr l.iKc notice that action, under  -eeiinn :ir. nmst bo commenced beioio the i����n-  linei- of such Cei titic.i tool liiipiovcinoni-  nmed this Otli day of June. I HO I. *  ���j| THOS T. .MeVlTTJi;.      ,  *   It Will be to Your Interest.  THE KOOTENAY VALLEY-  Its   Origin���The   Richest  Arable  Land in British Columbia.  II you contemplate vi.-iuiijj the Si.  Loni- loxpo-iium. to .-ecure reliable information a- 1o mil road service, the  lowe-t. rale- .ind the be-t routes. Also  a- to local condition- in St. I.oui-:  hotel-, etc.. etc.  II yon will write the uixlcr.-ijiiied.  .-taring wlial infornuitioii yon de-ire.  tin. --ime will be promptly lurni.shed.  II we,do not have it, on" band, will secure il lor you if possible, and without  any oxpeiiM' to jim,    Address  ii. 11. Trumbull. Coiuinoroiiil Ayent  M2 Third St., Portland, Oregon.  NOTICE.  Notice is herein unen Unit thirty day- alter  (lute i iniend In apply in the Chief Coiiinn-.'-ion-  ei ol I ,:iT'<l- imkI Worle-and the A-MM.iiit Oom-  ims-ioiii'i ot Land- iinil'Woi k- loi Ilu: Uistnet  nl I'.nsi Ivi'otena.i ioi ,i l.iei'ii-e. to inosnoci Tot  Coiil'iind J'olioloiini on the folloniiiK desi nhed  land, siiinilPil on Kimln Cheek just north or  Ihe liiLi'i-n iti'inal lloimdiiiy lino lllouli tr.'U  '-iintlii nsli'in pm lion ol llutish (.'olunilnii  I. (���oiiiiiii'iioinjrat ii po-l pliiiiteiliic.il Kintlii  Clock "and aliout one mile from wheie tlie  i'K ok eiOs-es the Intei.lliuonill lioiiudiii v line,  li. no,' 'he initial post oKi. A. Keiilinc's claim  and ui.iiIcuil (! A. Ki'iitinif's noiThucl coinei  li.ist thence -out h Sll elinins Ihonco east SU  cli.uns. ilience norih HI chain.-., thenee uest SO  chain's, lo ilie pliiee'-of li.-.jriiinliis. containing  ii 10 acres more .or loss.  .:��� Lueniod June 111th. 1001.       b.   -���-.,  Iy!. A. Kcntini;. Locator   ,  John T. nltiff, Agent-  '.' Coinnieiicim.' nt ii post planted norHi-of  and adjacent to C.'a. lvemhingii' claim lieing  . the initial post'of Klsie 1'.. Thomas claim and  liiui'lied Kisie I.. Thomas noulhwest corner .'post  ilience north SO chains, thence east; SO chiiins.  , thence south SO cl.nins,,thcmce west HO cliiiins.  to the place of licf,'ilining oontaininis (110 acres  iiioro'or loss.     i     ���  Located ;.Tnnc I'.Hh. 100-1.  :���'���__. Klsio L. Thomas.,Locator .  '   ���*-' ,   . John T. rsluir.,Agent  ;i C'(inuiiciieiii:,'at ii post planted west, of and  adjacent I" Kisie I.. Thomas claim being the  initial posl of Alary A.- Thomas claim and  marlied Mary A. Thonias sonthciisl corner posl  tln-nee noi't'h so cliiiins. thence west M0  cliiiins.'thence, south WI eliains, thence, east SO  chiiins In the'place of lieginnliii! containing I'.in  acres mon.! or lo-x.  Located June I'.Hh, 111(11.  Alary A. Thomas. Locator  John 'P. Itluff. Agent  ���I Obiiiiiioncing at a post idiiiiled soutli-of  and adjacent lo Alary A. Thomas claim boltii;  the inlti.'il pnsl. of Mary .Shell's claiiy, and  marked Mary Shea's norih east corner; post.',  thoni"; ninth f.i'1 chains, thence west SO chiiins,  tlienee north SO chains; tlienee east' SO chains  to Ihe place of bcniiinlntr. coiit:ilniii({ I'.IO acres  more or less.  Located June lillli. lilOI. ,  Mary Shea. Locator ���   .  ^7 John 'I'. Uluff,' Ascnl  The gre-A.1 valley of the Kootenay -river is, 'within the ten-mile  bell, underlain by an nnfossili-  J'erous rock-scries which has  lilhological characters dift'erent-  iatin"' il i'rom all the rock-tev-  rancs to the westward. This  senies is largely composed of  jrT-a.y, heavilyu bedded quartzites  with iliiii, micaceous partings.  Ji forms the'western extension  of thi; socalled ������Cambrian"  Quartzite ' formation which, ac^  cording0to McEvoy, covers niost  of the disiric't of East Kootenay.  The ' (luavtzito, has been faulted  clown againsl the much older  crystalline mass just noted in  the (eastern) part, of Mie belt situated between Priest river and  and Rykort mountain." West-of  the, Kootenay flats, the dip of the  cjuarLzite averages about (i0( to  the southeast; east of tho river  the same formation reappears  from beneath the rivet- alluvium  with an average dip of 10�� to  the east. This sharp.discqrdance  of attitude is well marked for the  whole ten miles along'the valley  between the boundary line and  Creston ' junction, and points to  the fact that the Kootenay valley  is located on a principal zone of  fracture-displacement. McConnell-has found similar evidence  on the shores oL' Kootenay lake.  The valley owes its origin either  directly to the subsidence of a  loug narrow block of the mountain-built crust of the earth (then  n fault trough or "graben") or,  us i.s more probable, il is the result of'rivov-excavation on a zone  of roclf rendered weak by the  shattering aud faulting. In comparatively recent geological time  the normal river-profile of the  valley was altered and.Kootenay  lake came into existence. At  One time it extended with its full  width of from two tofour miles  far to the southward of the  boundary line. The fifty square  miles of alluvial , fiats .and  sloughs between .the line and the  outlet of the river is a true delta-;  area. The river is still building  up its flood-plain which foriris'  some of the richest arable land  in British'Columbia.  CATTLJO  UA1S1NG.  The whole of the Kootenay  valley is well suited for cattle-  raising during the summer, as  the ground is covered with  luxuriant grasses and fodder  plants.- The winters are short  and hay for about one month  must, be made.  ATTRACTIONS.  The grandeur of the scenery,  the ease of access,  the   opportu-  Jn April of last year Messrs A.  IS. McConnell and Ceo. W. Miller  both well-known in London,   established, au advertising agency  in this city .with offices on   Carl-  ing streeU " Since- its inception  the business has steadily   grown  until it has now become a strong  factor   in- the,Canadian   field of  advertising,   and at present the  firm is handling some of the best  advertising accounts  in Canada.  In September last the firm found  it    necessary    to    find    larger  quarters, and moved into a hand  some suite of offices in the Bauk  of Toronto Building where r,hey  are still located:    The entire interests   in   the  business  of Mr.  George'Miller  have  now   been  taken over by Mr. M. M. Ferguson,' late of  Lawson  &   Jones,  who will devote all  his time  to  the interests of the  new  firm.  The change took place Saturday  morning.       Both    Messrs   McConnell and Ferguson are young  men   and  popular  in   this  city,  and the business is sure to prosper under the'new management.  ���Lopdon Free Press.  NOT1CJ3.  To OllASC.lC H. |. l<r/;/.UL\j and to any  other pal t> or pal tics to whom lie may have  iran^tcrred Iiis lnteiest m the Shakespeare  Mineiiil Claim situate on I'erry Cni't. in the  I'*oi I Steele Minim; Division JOast l\(iotcna>.  llrilish Columbia.  TAIvl-J NOT1CK thai yon are hereby ie<)iiired  within ninety days from tn-t publication of  tliis notice to pay to tlie undersigned the sum  of tl.SO 00. the amount expended by him on yom  interest in said claim for assessment \iork up  to the i'Jtli day of October, I!i03.  AND'FUKTIIKH TAKU XOT1CC thai unless said payment losu'tlier with all costs of  advertising is p.iiil within the lnno above  stated, yom inteiesl in said claim shall lapse  io the undeiiii-'iied on account of'-aid expenditure.  THIS XOTICE is given  under Section  4 ol  the "Mineral Act Amendment Act, 1900".  Uated thisintl day ol May. 1901.  If GUST THEIS.  MINERAL ACT  (TOKM V.)  i'i:it'j'i>*KjA'j'i: or oti'iiovKMiiNTs.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that thirty days after  (lute f intend to apply lo the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works and the Assistant  Commissioner of Lands and Works for the Dls-  trict.of East Kootenay for a License to prospect  for Coni and I'etrolcum on the following described land Situated on Starvation Creek just  north of the International Hoiimliiry line liloek  ���I5!i:i Southeastern portion,of British Holumbia.  i  1   Commencing at a post planted one mile  north of the rntcinational  Boundary  lino and  about three miles northeast from wheie llie  eieek crosses Ilie line, being the initial post of  William    a'.    Nelson's   claim    and , marked  William A.  Nelson's iiorilieast   corner  post.  thence south 80 clmins, thenee west HO eliains,  thenee north SO eliains.' tlienee east SO eliains to  the place of begimiiui.'. containing r.in acres  moie,or less.       ,  Located .Tunc-Mill, 1901/  i William A. Nelson. Localoi,  .rohn T. Uluff. Agent  ���1 Commencing at ii post planted noith and  adjacent ro William A. Nelson's claim being  Ihe iiiitia] nosl ol 'Wilbur W. Mackenzie's  claiin and marked Wllbui W. Mackenzie's  soiilhea.st'cornef post, thence nortli' SO chains,  thence west HO chiiins, Ihencc soutli HO chains,  thence east SO chains to the place of beginning  containing 010 ncres more" or less.  Located .l.uneiOth. 1901. ^ ,  Wilbur W. Mackenzie. Locator  John 'I!. Illtitf. Agent  :i Commencing at apost planted east ol and  adjacent to Wilbur W. Mackenzie's elaini being tlie initial post of William Kelly. .Ir. claim  and marked William Kelly,.Ir. sonthwesL corner po^t, thence nortli HO chiiins, Uiiince east  80 eliains. thence south HO chains, thenee west  SO chains to the place of beginning, containing  010 acres more or less. ,  Located June -ioth. 1901. , "  William Kelly, Jr.. Locator  John T. niiilf. Agent  I Commencing at a posl planted south of  and -adjacent to William Kelly. Jr. claim being  the initial post of Lusia <J. Mackenzie's elaim  and marked Lusia G. Mackenzie's northwest  eorner post, tlienee south 80 chiiins, thence  east 80 elinins. thence north SO chains, tlienee  vest SO eliains to the place of beginning, containing (UO acres moie or less.  Located J mie 20th, 1904.  1 Lusia O. Mackenzie, Locator  ���j7 ��� John T. Uluff. Agent.  '      ~ "   NOTICE.  Notice-is hereby given that thirty days after  date I intend to apply to the Chier Commis  sioner of Lands and Works and the Assistant  Commissioner of Lands and Works for the District of East Kootenay for a License to prospect  for Coal and Petroleum on the following described'land, situated hear the head of Kintla  Creek and aliout three miles from where the  creek crosses the International Boundary line  and adjoining the Boundary line. Block 1598  Southeastern portion ol British Columbia.  1 Commencing at a post planted near Kintla  Cieek two miles west of Mary Shea's northeast  corner post, being the initial post of Edwin E.  Hunter's claim iind marked Edwin E. Hunter's  northwest comer posl. thence south SO chains,  thenee east HO chains, thence north 80 chains,  thenee west HO chains to the place of beginning  containing fil.9 acies more or less.  Located Jurip 19th, 1904.  Edwin E. Hunter. Locator  John T. Bluff, Agent  ���< Commencing at a post planted north of and  adjiiccnl to Edwin K. Hunter's claim being the  initial post,.''of, June (lloyn's claim iind minted  Jane Gloyn's southwest corner post, thenee  north 80 clmins thence east HO chains, thenee  south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains to the  piaee of beginning containing (110 acres more or  less. - . ���'  Located June 19th, 1901.  ,   '   :'- .   ' ,'-."���'   .lime (iloyn, Locator     ,  ������.      ���      '      ���    JohiiT. Bluff, Agent  :t Commencing at a post planted ,west of und  .adjacent to .lane liloyn's claim being the Initial  post of Albert 'I'. Brook's claim, and marked.  AlbertT. Hrook's southeast corner post, tlienee  north 80 chains'', th'hnec west 80 clmins, tlienee,  south 80'eliliins, Iheuce east HO chains to the  place of beginning, containing 040 iieres more  or less! .  LOCH led .lnno Hull. 1901.   ,  Albert T. Brook, Locator'  John T. Bluff, Agent  -I .Commencing nt a post piantcd south of  aiid adjacent to Albert T. Brook's claim being  the Inilia'i poslbof Louisablloyn's claim and  marked Louisa (lloyn's iiorilieiist corner post,  tiieiiccsoiith 80 chains, thence, west 80 eliains.  thence north 80 chains, thence east 80 eliains to  the place of beginning, .containing IB" acres  more or less.  Located June l'-illi. 1W-I .  Louisa Oloyn. Locator  ���7 John T. Bluff. Agent  NOTICE.  St. Miir\'s Mineral Claim.  .Situate in the Fort Steele Mining Division of  i:��st Kootenay llislrict.  Whore located:���On Lul>c ('rceli.  Take notice that J, Thos T. McVittie. I''.M.C.'.  No. hY.'ITIO agent for .1. 1<\ Armstrong. K.M.C.  No:ir:il02 iidininislriitor ot the Esiiilc of ,1. II,  Mclscggio deceased.  Intend, sixtv days from the date hereof, to  apply to the Mining Hgcordor fyr a Certilieate  ol Improvements for the purpo-e of obtaining  ii Crown drain of tin- above claiin. ,  And fuithcr take'not ice that action, under  section :i;. must lie commenced befoie the issuance of such Certificate of Improvement's.  Wilted this llth day ol.Jiine, 1904.  ���i">' THOS T. McVI'J'TJE.  o   MINEKAL ACT.  ,      FOKM !���'.  1*  CI'lltTri'MOATK  OF   IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  ���MOmeruld"   and   "Phoenix1'   Mineral  '        Claims-.  Situate in ihe Foit Steele Mining Division ot  East Kootenay District.  Where located:���On the St. Mary's River.  TAKE NOTICE that I. A. it. Heyland, P.L.  S.. Kaslo. ugen*., for M. J. Hnlpln, Free Miner's  Certilieate No. B.rAlki, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder foi a C'eitilicate ot,' Improvements for the  puipose of obtaining a Crown drum of the  above claims.  And further lake notice that action, under  section 3r. must, be commenced befoie the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated (his lth day of May, A.D. 1904.  ill " A. K. HEYI.ANl).  FORT STEELE  BREWING CO.,- LTD.  t  FERNIE, B.C.  MANUFACTURERS and BREWERS'of EXTRA  FINE  BEER  $  PORTER  Vs  SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR  BOTTLED  o  Bottled beer for family  use a. specialt}7  Outside   Orders  ��� GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION  I     SATISFACTION. GUARANTEED.'  ^ P. O.  BOX 812      h.  ?l      TELEPHONE  NO. 1       $  M Port   Steele  Brewing Co., Iwtd.  NOTICE.  -  Thiity days alter (late r the .imileiMKiiocI m-  tencl lo apply lo the Cliief Commissioner ol  r.anrts and;. Works, al Victoria, loi a Special  License to cut.aiiil carry a.way timhci from tin  the following (icsci'ihed lands situate in East  Kootenay District:-    '  ComineneiiiK at a post planted two and one-  hair miles east of C.P.R. .Mock- No. t.W! and on  the south hank^ol While Kiver tlienee sojth  lt�� chains, thcii(seVast;.|0 chains ilience norih  MiiO chains, thence west 10 cliiiins'to place ol hc-  Kinni)if.'(-onliilnlntc 010 acres. . ,  i1   * PKEO lUNMOh'E.l.ocalor  Daiod .lime lalli. 1001. -Js  NOTICE.  Tliirly days alter date J the nndei^iKiied iniend to iipply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lauds and Works, at Victona, for :i .Special  License to cm and cany away tiinher from the  following desciihc-d lands m Ens I ICootenay  District:  Cominc'iieiug at a post planted throe miles  east of O.P.J?. Illock No. -l.V.lfi anil on the south  bank ol White River, thence-south H-0 eliains,  thence east 1(1 eliains, thenee nortli 100 chains,  thenee u-ett ID chains lo idnce of hciriiuiini;  coiuainini? fill) acres.  JAMES  WHrrK. Locator  Dated .Tune IMh, ISKll.      ' -JS  Fort  Steele  Gigar   Store  A Fine; Line of  Cigars, Pipes und Tobaccos  Billiard Room  WATCHMAKER  iUld   JEWELER  ENGRAVING and REPAIRING  ���PERIODICALS  Toys,   Books   and   Stationery  NOTICE.  Thiity days alter diiie I the undersigned intend to apply to tlie Chief Commissioner of  Lands iind Woifcs. at Victoria, foi a .Special  License to cut and carry away timher from the  following desoiilicl lands in Easi Kootenay  District:  ' Commencing ill a post planted three and a  half miles east of C.i'.R. Illock Xo IVHi and on  the south bank of White Illvcr. thenee south  Kip chains, thence east 10 chains, thence north  100 chiiins. thenee ivc-t 10 chains to place of beginning containing BIO acres.  '    A. C. CI1 A I'M AX. Locator  Uiited.Iuue lath. l'JOl ���     ��� -.'s  NOTICE.^  Thirty days after date J. the undersigned intend to iipply to the Chief Commissioner or  Lands and Works, at Victoria, for a Special  License to cut and en rry a w.iy timbei fiom the  following desciihed lauds In Eiist Kootenay  "District:  Commencing at a post planted four iniles  east of C.I-*.R. Miotic Xo. I.V.Iii. and on the south  hiink of While Uiver. thenoc south 100 chains,  tlienee east 10 chains, thenc; north lllu chains,  thence west 10 clniins to place of hcginning  containing ''10 acies  ' W.M.CARLIX, Locator  Dated June 13th. HK'I -lh  .'���'.'.'.. NOTICE.  'Thirty days 'after dale I the undersigned In-,  tend to apply to the Chief-Commissioner of  Liu ids and , Works, 'at Victoria, for a Special  License lo cut and curry away timher from the  following described;..lands ,in East. Kootenay  District:  Commencing at a posl .plained foiir and one  half miles east of C.P.R. Illock No.-iriiKI and on  tlie soutli bunk of; White Kiver, thenco south  100 eliains. tlienee east. 10 eliains, thence- nortli  100 chains, thence-west 10 chains to place of beginning containing 010 acres.   ���'������,.  . A. DOYLE, Lociitor.  Dated,I line 'ifilh, HKil;' ' :;s  NOTICE.  Thirty days after date I Ihe undersigned, iu-  lotid to apply to the Chief ..Commissioner or  Lands and 'Works, at. Victoria, for'-n. Special  License to cut and carry,away timber'from the  following .described lands Iu Ens! ' Koolenay  District: ���    ,  ('oiiiiiicnciiii: at ii post pliinled lire miles east  of.(!. I'.'k. i.iliiek No. I MO',, and on t.lic snulh bank  of While, River, thence south H'.i| chains, thein'e  east Hi eliains, thence norlli li'.o|chaln<. thence  west -III chains.to place or beginning c'litalu-  IngC'IO acres.  GEORGE CHARY. Locator  .   Dined June ISth. l'JOl. ��� ���> .  | N. HANSON, J  g General iVlercHatit AND 3  ^ c Liquor, Dealer. 3  ^ iVItuuifacUii'cr of all Kinds of Lumber.       A ItirffO'assort.- ^3  ^z.             .uiont of soastjiTHii Liiimbor and bliingles always 2;  ^ ���                                          on hand 'ZS  ^          o DIMENSION     LUMBP.R      A      SPECIALTY. :r��  I       WflSfl, .-���      BG. I  Port  Steele  Meat Market  T. ROBERTS.  Proprietor.  Fresh and Salt Meats Always On Hand.  'mm  '-ty?fi  REPEATING "RIFLES,  i .   ���        .  No,matter what your ideas or preference::  are about a rifle, some one of eight different Winchester models Will surely suit  you. Winchester. Rifles are .made in all  calibers, styles and weights ; and whichever model you select, you can count on  its being well made and finished, reliable  in action  and  a strong, accurate shooter.  FREE   Send your  name and address  nn  a postal  card   lor   our    164   pace   illustrated    catalogue.  WINCHESTER    REPEATING   ARMS   CC.  NEW HAVEN,  CONN.  �� THE PROSPECTOR,  PORT STEELE},,  BiC, JULY 16,  1QP4.
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SATURDAY, -lll.V in. liuM
! r
J. C Cuminin<£S, P.L.S., wont
10 Bull river Friday.
Tom    Roberts   was, al    Cranbrook Friday on business.
Emil   Banks  came down from
tho Dardenellos mine Thursday.
Frank    William*    visited    thu
Kooinnay King mine "Wednesday
Imperial Bank of Canada
CAPITAL (paid up/- - $3,000,000
REST ACCOUNT       -    -   $2,850,000
.Heeici    Office—Toronto.'
T.'R. MKURITT.' President    D. K. W1LIC1K, Vioo-Pre-. und Clou. Man.
(AGF,NTS    IN    OR RAT    BRITAIN--Lloyds   Rank    YJL   I.oinbiii'd "St
L(li]doil„ ,
, A General Hanking IjiiMnei-s TniiiBiioti'd.
Savings Bank Department.—Interest allowed on deposits.
. Cranbrook .Branch. .   _'. i _.f . ivi . pinkhaivi   ivianndfi-   13
■ vn^lniifDtrUffilnHiiJTHn^^
I %
I *
Canadian Bank of commerce
Paid up Capital $8,700,000: Reserve Fund *.'1.000,OO0:
Aggregate Ret-ourees Over $s:!,000.000 Nov. :i01,h, 1003.
l.itiKlo'i Office; (10 l.oinhni-d Street, V.. C.
Vorfc.Office:  1 (I ICxchiinKO Place. ,     q
Au'l 110 brunches in Ciiuada und the United State,-;. ,
,„,.,,, . j     Mrs.   R.   D.
J. J-J. Horseman was  a   «uest  ■   «.      ,   ,,      ,       ,    ,.     ,, ,
ai tho Siraihcona Thursday? ! be0,J  !l< .^anbrool^ lor tl.oj.as!
Mather^who has
past ;
\lerril (.Juintor caino
Bnli river Thursday.
up   from j
week  returned   lo • Steele
North 'Star Lodge. J    pave crimth wa» down
! Wild Horse crook Wednesday.
NO. 30.
i     Uncle    Sam   ha.-,   passed     In
! l^tli birthday.
j     Cranbrook'   people are kicking
I'rom i "^   f'u>  fi'r/'°  °'' C'ranbrook's lire-
i proof capital building.    It's hard
io  please   those Li bo nil boys on
Si. Joseph's crook
F. AND A. M.       G.  K. B.
A iar<ie. nuiuber of  mon from
Kejjular   iiu-iiilmjs-lsi   Tir-mIuj    hi   euefijlhe    St.     ' Mtll'y's     rivO.I'   >10ii<rill'r
inonili.-iteluhl oulot-'k.     Vistiinjr Hretli*rn are ! Camp Were ill tOWII  Friday,
cordially iiivitc-d.                                                        '                                       ,_                ' Q   .
Klk liivur L(Hlf;c  Kurme.  reKUiar  ii!tvmij,"> \       MotUlVUl    papers     li»U]'0 thai
IK.-M jlrsi Friday of oath month.                             j jlle DoiUluion elections will 1 ak<? !
Ci-unliropk Lotliec: Cranbrook. regular meet- , place 'iUoaiUlUllll.
iiil's ht'lil (yi thu tiiinl Tliursdiijoof uach month   I                                        '    „
J. Hi-i.ijp. secretary.
Ci.   Howell,   Spokane,   was'at
the    Imperial'     Friday. Mr.
Howell, is a mining man who has
been identified with  the'district,
for   .several   years,    and    is   ihe
j owner of the Bluff mineral cluini
ocated on Tracy crook.
|   Cranbrook Branch. F. C. MALPAS, Manager
I The Gold Kiver Mining Com-j
I pain'- have completed' over. ir>0n|
I f-,-er of ilume foundation. ;
.World's Production of (rold..
The   total   production   of #old
Rocky Mountain Chapter
NO.' 125.   R. A. M.
Rejru Iar-me&tiii»B:—
day   hi    each    month
2nd Tuet-
at   ei^rht
  . I since the discovery of the Amor-
L. Sick and daughter, of Le{h-;ican  coutinen'l 'is   estimated   at
J (bridge   were pests   at  the   Im-  sU),3o()J05ilo(r       Ln   six .yoai.s>
si'pei ,Al "- | 1S96-1901. the total value of gold
= |i     t.    Blakenv    returned     home! produced was  §1,549.880, LOO, an
^! 1 uesday   irom
^! Nelson.
Patetit Medicines
Ladies Dry Goods
* ' f
1 f.
Cigars and Prwits
So.joiii'jiiny-   (.,'oinpunion-   ai-c
I'orflijillv invited.
•Iames riiSLoe. Soribe K.
Dr. H. Watt, Mrs. Clark and
f-JMrs. Jennings visited Cranbrook
5ij Tuesday.
,£\      , _        - 	
Miss Jessie Nicholson and
Miss 'May Nicholson returned
Tuesday from a visit to Nelson.
;i short visit to j average of §253,318,350 a year,
in the five year period 1891-1895,
the total, production was SSll, -
736,000, an annual production of
'    CI t AX U HOOK.      -      B.C.
G. W..F. GftRTtR, B.G.L.,
Notonj  Public oj  British   ('olnmbia
Collection of ;u;i-ounl.s attuiiduil to.
Ailditiiny and ku<-|'inj; of lionlcri clono
wit.li (lisp.-itcli.    ("'orrcspondfiiioii Mdliiiit-
U(l. ■        ■ .   o ,
''(!. \V. lb CAKTKK, t<\>i-l. Stoulo". B.C.
l^ort. Steele' B.C.
Kmti Sti:i:i,h iiiivkloi'miintStnimuatk Ltd
IIIS l,i';ul.;nh;ill Sl,i'i":l. Loiiikm. lOnnluml,
Provincial    Land   Surveyor
FOKT   STEELE".-13.  C.
Fort Steele
Diamond Jubilee      t
Thii InriiiDiition ha.- been recently
enhu'ni'd by a new win^- which i.- now
'open for ri-ccptinii of p;itienl=. For
terms apply to
,J. F. SMITH. Si'i-. Fort Steele. B.C.
.     GEARY   &  DOYLE.
W. R. Ross. M.P.P., Fernie.
came down Sunday for a brief
visit." '
A , uumber of ' Cranbrook
people were visiting at Steele
Mr. and Mrs. A. B: Grace
were-visitors at Cranbrook Monday.
Kooky Mountain Chapter. R.
A.M., will hold an emergency
fconvocjition on July 17th.
Mining men are pleased with
the substantial rise in silver during the past two weeks.
Hank Eller came down from
Perry creek Thursday. He will
spend a, few days at Steele before returning to the mountains.
TAKE N'OTICK llii't, sixty day* iifu-i- date I
uitund to apply for a special liceii<u to cut mi't
miirry away limber from ilicfollowiinfiloscrilied
land* in South Kn»i Kootunay:   '
Coinnmnciiif,' at a post pliinled nutir the'Perry
Creek Hydraulic Mining Coinpai'iy eable on
Perry Creek, aboul one-half mile above the
fillls on west side of creeU, thenee wesl one
mile, thence north one mile, thenee east one
and one-fourth miles to Perry Creel;, thenee up
Perry Creek to place of beKiniiiuK. containing
W0 aeres'more or.less.
Dated thK lOtli'diiy'of.Tuiie, l!H>lb ..
2h. ■    y.-'.iKnOMK-bjTHO'W
i;k-1'Kcti.n-<,   c<>ai.  ani> J'KTKoi.cr.M   Lands
IN SOr'I'HKAST Kootenay.
J. Hunier, Mrs. Mitchel and
Miss Hewetson, Pincher creek,
were ir nests at the lmnerial Sunday.
T. T. McVittie. P.L.S.. having
completed the survey of the
Fstella group of mines, returned
to Steele Monday.
OT1CI-: i>> hereby given that llccnsr- to
prospect foi coal and petroleum upon and
under lands situated within liloel: I.5KI, Southeast Kootenay, will be issued foithwith to nil
persons who have made proper application, in
I'lirsunnce of the provisions of the 'Coal Mines
.\ct" and amendments.
The fee for each licence will hi' tlOO. and all
applicants who have not deposited accepted
bank cheque- ro cover Unit amount aie hereby
n'lfiiiicil to do -o withnui further notice
Licenses -Hill be issued in the following foi in
\ iz.:
' MrNiN't; Licknc'i-: Is.svkh Undkh  tiik Coa
.Mine'! Act axd Amk.vu.mkn'is.
A« western ornithologist says
he has observed that it is easier
fo put salt in a mine than on a
.-parrow's tail.
For Salk,:-Young Yorkshire
.>igs, (males), best English stra'in
eligible for registration'. A. B.
Smith. Fori Steele. B.C.
Feed & Sale Stable.
Fort Steele  B.C
Llefruljir   Daily   Sutfre   meet-   uli
trains at Fort Se-ele .Junction.
To     sell.     Fruit   .trees,    liasplierry.
^Tloosoliorry   and   Currant   Hushes,   \-.i-.
(iood pay '"veckiy:"- (Jutlit free.    . '1'here
is   hi^f   money   in   this   work   furtrust-
worl liy men. .     '   '
ovkk c.<hi .A<;m-:s.
Wc Iiiivcy: iindi-r i-ultiviilioii. over iH.K)
iieres of Nursery Stoek iin-.l\i(liii^ the
cboicost Mild Iiesi varieties for < )re,hii.i-rl
. and (lurilen planting.'. V\"<- will (leliv-r
jfoodn In eiistoinei-s in yood 'eond il.ion.
freiii'lit, |ui,i(l. <)ur ii^ent^ lia.ve every
advanlnyt.' 11mI. this line, of luisine>-- i-iui
oll'er t.liein. ' Apply now for leriiis.
I'l 'I'orout.o, (li.itario.
N.lJ.-'''W'ill make iirrniiyeiiieiits for
'local uifeney or for tlie linndliuji of .-x-
clusive territories.     - I'.N.Co.
River-drivers are fast clearing
.nl the logs on the St. Mary's
iver. They were at the Mission
widen Friday.
Times-should commence to improve in Steele next month, the
linal survey of the Kootenay
''entral     will     be    commenced.
'onstruction will  follow  during
he fall months.
K. (J. Miller having been ap-
ointcid agenl for the McCormick
haying and harvesling machino-
iy: farmers and ranchers should
a once send in their orders, and
■ btain .repairs for, .that' make.'
The McCormick mower and rake
ire especially.''adapted'Tor this
■oiintry being stronger anil more
t'n ruble than others on . the
iiarkei - .don't, put off till <h(; |.,st,
iiinutti lindiug out what, you
vant. as it. lakes, time to' pbiain
roods and 'only'a, limited .stock'
f extras will lie. on hand.       .*
,'rriiM worthy lady or ^ent Iciniui to
n,-inii!.'e business in, I his i-onnlrv nnd
I'ljoinine territory for well anil "fuvor-
ihly kiunv.ii house (>f M'!id (imiiiei.-il.
-rniidine'. «o.imi strniiflu: easliy sahirv
mil 'e.xiiiriiM-s paid each Monday l.y
.-hi".-k (lireet, from liiNidqtiart.L-i'S. ' Kx-
pense.hio'ney advanced. ' Position per-
maiient. Addri-ss Manuner. 81(1 '/oino
iUoek, f.'hieafo. Illinois.
'In coiiMderalion of one hundred ilollais now
paid under the said Act-., and subject to the
pioviMons thereof, 1. \V. S. (Jorc, Deputy Commissioner, acting foi the Cliief Commissioner
ol Ciinds and Works, licence
to enter, prospect, search and vi-oik
for eoui and petroleum (but no other uietnl oi
miiieinl). upon, in and undor all that piece or
purcel of mineral land situate in and forming
part ol Ulock 4,r>'lS, K.ist Ivortlenay District.unrt
described as follows: —
and not cxceedini; in the whole si\-
liundrcd and forty statute acres.
•Owm» to the nuinbcr of applicants for
licences to prospect lor coni and petroleum,
.eid the peculiar eiicumstances ^iii-ioiiiidintr
ihe application for and issuance of ihc-e
licenses, and the well know lact that the issuance has been unavoidably suspended foi so
many months, the (lnvcrmiient of tintish Columbia Iind- it impossible to deierniiui' the
e'liiilable rights ol the numeious iippllcnnls.
'1'herefoi'e, for the puipose of enabling .ill pei-
sons to go befoie the piopcr tribunal lor the
ili'ti'i'iniiiation of their respective lights anil
pi loritii's. this licence is is-ueel and accepted
subject to such prioi rights of otl.ei peisons us
niiiv exist by law. and tin-date of this licence
i- not io be taken or held as in any sense dcter-
iinniiiK such priority, and fin ther il shall not
be taken or held to waive enquiry by the Courts
i no the propel performance in all con litions
pi ecedeni as between adverse claimants; and
lurlhor. on the understanding that the Gov-
.'innicnl shall not be held icspoiislble lor, or
pi connection with uny conflict which miij
hi isc wlih other claimants ot the .same gi omul,
nnd that under no. circumstances will licence
f.-'is be refunded. '
"And the holder hereby waives any elaini or
demand against tliellovei'iinient. and jxpressly
avrees not lo lake any steps or pioceeding.s, or
I'leseni any peliiion, to enforce any alleged
claim or "demand against" the .(.lovernnieiit. of
Ilie/ I'roviiice of llrilish Coliunlila iirlslng out
"I' the Issuance of this licence or of uny other
matter or tiling appertaining thereto.
"Tbe Inn.I  being iindei'  reserve    from   pre.
iiiipllOu noil siile Ibis licence, does   mil   Include
uny right other U  the right,  lo   prospect   Mr
coal and pctrnlcum.
"The duration in' this licence Is for one yeiir
Irom, the I , I'lo   .
'" lhintt.il   <'urn iiiissiioiir nl'   Londs) (I-
MV/.V.'. -.'',,     ■■      I;     *
ilLonds mid i\'orl,-s Dejuirlnu-iil.
•'. i'irlnriii.  li.C.. ' .  hui ,"
■|. II.  F. (.ilJK|.';X.
i i
i   \
Fort Steele,
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4-' Agionts for
Giant Powder Co., Con's.
Massey Harris Co., Ltd.
Have just received two
Carloadt. of
Plows,. .Harrows,
piements of n.11 kinds.
Having: "and Harvestiii"- Tools,'Im,-'
Chief Com
ihissioiii r nl
ils ii- ll'orks.
'    '     -,   • ' 'A       V
Slats   and   Caps >
audi   Shoes. ,u
■   t
Short  Line
St.  Pfiul.   Duluth,
Minneapolis, Chicago
Seattle,   Tacoma, Victoria,  Portland
1.MI  AI.l. PACIlKli; aiAST   1>(HN-|'S
Tlirougli Palucu und Tourist, Sleep-
or.-.. Diniii": find Jiiitl'et Smoking- Library C'lll-h.
L'^or rat,e&, folders und full in formation regarding1 trips, rail on or address
S.C;. YI3rJKKR,c.\\'.P.A.,-
SenttJe. Wash.
(. l
H. 1JKANDT. C.i\ & T.A., 701 W.
Riverside Ave.. Spokane. Wash. ■
Mining Supplies ;ind  Hardware.
I.midxitnd Wm-h-s lleiiorlim nt.
Victoria, B.C.. lllll Jma, l'JoJ,.
General Mercliandise
j ^p^3C^3ct^x^x:^ :^: '.Vr^i^i^i^^^iipK
Your attention i.s called to the
"Pioneer .Limited" trains of the "'Milwaukee & St Pan] Railway." "The'only
perfect trains in the world."
You will Iind it desirable to ride on
those trains when going to any point, in
the Eastern  States or Canada.    They
connect   with     all     Transcontinental
Trains   and   all-Ticket ■ Agents   sell
For f«rther.information, pamph.lets,
etc.. ask anyTickot Agent, or
k::l. ford,   ':';:fi;:S, RGWE,
Pass. Ageing General Agent, .
GONTRflGTOR     and
All   work ]jromptly done.


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