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The Prospector 1904-07-09

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 jji'ijiMi":" f-,�� Lc'�� J'k-i*  Vol.  TO.  EORT STEELE, B. C,  SATURDAY, JULY 9} 190A.  No 2S.  NORTH STAR MINIM (JO.  ��� ji.���  Report of President and Directors  for   tbe   Year   Ending ���  May 31st,'1904.  ANNUM, MKI'/I'INC   IlKUD .W.gK 2'A  To the Shareholders of Iho  Norih Star Mining Company,  Limited:  Your Direciors heg, to  suhtnil  a  statement   of   lliu  Company's  business   for  the  linancial  year  ,     '   ending 31st May, IOfM.  ���  The  search    I'or   fnrllior   oro  bodies  was  continued   through-  out Ihe year:   but  the  directors  y regret  that,   while  some   small  bodies of shipping ore w.oro  found, no new large bodies of  ore were encountered. During  the early part, of the year the indications that new ore would be  found were encouraging, but towards the close of the year indications grew unfavorable'rand  exploratory work ceased. The  directors then asked Mr. S. - S.  , Fowler, Mining Engineer, to re-  ��� port as 'to whether further exploratory work would be in the,  interests of the shareholders^  Mr. Fowler's conclusions were  that he could not see any reasonable hope of any further valuable  ' discoveries in rconnection with  Ihe fissures that have hold ere  heretofore.    ,  In,  view   of   the  above,    Ihe  directors     recommend,   to    the  '    - shareholders that  the  company  be liquidated and an interim dis-  0    tribution of 8 cents per share be  '" paid to the shaYeholders.  In conclusion, the directors  ask your attention to extracts  from'Mr.'S: S. Fowler's .report  ' ,and the financial statements of  the company annexed hereto: e '  Extract from report of S. S.  Fowler...mining engineer, dated  May Oth, 100-1.   ;  At tho time'of my examination  there remained on the ground  from two to four feet of snow.  Surface workings were therefore inaccessible. 1 was able to  examine all underground workings oi' seeminff importance, except those connected with Shaft  No. 10, the drifts from which  had within a few days accumu-  ' lated much water. Perusal of  numerous reports, as to this part  however, led me to believe that  failure to see this work was of  little consequence. ,  ��� Workings west" of mine.���  Much effort has been put" forth  in the ground' about 5000 J'cet  west of the main workings. A  narrow quartz vein seems to  exist, carrying specks of galena:  but other than a small and in  definitely occurring amount of  "carbonate," nothing of importance has been found, along the  ridge where the quarlz is found.  Coming to the main workings,  these reveal several more or loss  parallel fractures, with which,  undoubtedly, the ore bodies have  been connected.  On  two  of  these. most, of the  ;      driving has been done, the 1st or  westerly  one; proceeding  north  '.'���'���������   and south from connection  with  "���     'the main or No. 1 ore  body, and  the .easterly, one,   from comiec-  ��� tion with the No. 3  body.     The,  two converge in the  vicinity.' of  the east incline shaft,   and  both  are seen in  the workings from  -    that shaft; ,  The westerly fissure is by far  the stronger, and the rock adjacent was much affected by  movement which, created the  fissure,    resulting     in    a     soft  i' material, which by its erosion  has become a channel, either on  or just under the bedrock, tho  "south  gravel' drift"    was   run  '.'. ���   about 350 feet, keeping in  touch  with the fissure.      Nothing   \va's  found bul iron oxide, with'occasional galena particles.    Prior to  this,, the, "south  20 foot level"  was run 9oO feet, without finding  any   ore  of  account.      In   both'  these   drifts   iron-oxide   seams  wore followed and if was  hoped  lhal     lliese   would    somewhere  develop  ore.    .To   the  north of  the   main  ore   body,   the   north  channel has been followed down  the "north incline" I'or  77.") feel,,  and Ihe prospect of ore was certainly promising for the first. 300  feet.      At,  thai   distance a small  deposit   was  worked  out. for 50  tons, but nothing of consequence  was   me I   thereafter.     The last  300 foot, has been barren of ore.  The east fracture lias been followed in the north carbonate  drift, norlli from the. main 00  feet adil, ' nearly lo 'a junction  with the west one. To'the south  this seam enters No. 3 or east  ore body, from which, at the 50  foot level, a drive goes out south  for about 150 feet without finding other ore.  Below this level are the work,  ing of 10 shaft, from which  drives have been put out, north  and soutli al tho 70 feet level.  This Jqvel covers a north-south  distance of about 250' feet.  Several cross-cuts, raises and  drifts from raises have ,been  made, but all without important  result. Owing to water, I could  not well examine these workings  f'oiu.ilined on I'ase.'l.    i,       ���  BULL RIVER ITEMS.  NIGHT ATTACK ON  PORT  ARTHUR.  Attempt to Blow up Russian  Fleet ��� Two Torpedo Boats  Sunk���One Disabled.  A Weekly 'Budget- of News From  the New Placer Camp.  - oThis warm weather is melting  the snow from off the mountain  tops, and the river is booming. .  Willis Violet, ony, blacksmith,  is kept busy these hot days  pointing picks aud drills.  Our foreman, W. A. Chisholm,  has an eye like an eagle, aud is  not slow in expressing his desires.  Five men quit the job during  the past week, and live others  took their place. There is no  difficulty to obtain help,.they are  being turned away daily.  Mr. Chas Powell has a-contract to supply a beef every  week to the camp.  Mr. Crowston talked from the  Bible to the boys last Sunday  afternoon.  A' wagon load of "'Wardner's  society people visited the camp  Sunday.  We are doing some ��� heavy  stone work- oil the grade at'  present.  Merrill Guinter went to Steele  on Wednesday.  Akound.  Matters Political.  ���The'preferential tariff between  Canada and South Africa Went,  into effect on July 1st.  A sword of.honor will be presented to Lord Uundonald. The  presentation will bo made ; in  Toronto.  A Socialist convention is  called at ..Greenwood for July  14th to nominate a socialist candidate for Yale-Cariboo; ''  Partisan politics, it, is "rightly  said, must not be allowed to impair the efficiency of the militia.  A bill to amend' the election  act, and another ,to amend the  representation act was introduced in the Dominion. House  Monday. The Amendment of  the Election act provides that  the returning officer will fix  dates for holding of elections in  Kootenay and Yale-Cariboo.  Si. Petersburg, July O-'-A few  nights      ago      admiral      Togo  attempted to repeat  exploit  with   torpedo   boats at.  Wei Hai Wei during   the  China-  Japanese war by sending torpedo  boat destroyers inlo  tho  harbor  of Port Arthur for  the   purpose  of sinking ships at their anchor-  ago, but the attempt0ended   in a  disastrous failure.   Four torpedo  boat , destroyers   succeeded     in  creeping into fhe harbor,   which  was not protected by booms, but  only   one  escaped,   as two wore  sunk by the shore batteries  and  one was crippled.    The reckless  bravery of the Japanese*in going  to almost certain destruction excites   nothing   but   admiration.  The channel  at   Port Aythur is  so  strewn- with   wrecks   and so  treacherous    that   evidently   it  was regarded as   unnecessary to  use a boom     On account of  the  difficulty   of   getting     into , the  harbor   tho feat i.s considered in  naval   circles   to   be' fully    as  daring as that of  the  Japanese  at,   Wei   Hai   Wei.      So   far as  known   tho   Japanese    torpedo  boat   destroyers   did    not   even  succeed in launching torpedoes.  should be. If this coal i.s ,of  sufficient quantity a line coal  mine i:nn be worked with profit  to those who undertake Ihe, task  and'lo the community in.general  Many mines in the Pennsylvania' field are, down several  thousand feel and still being  worked with groat prolif. why  not here iu this country?���Infer  Lake.  United in Montreal.'  DISTRICT  MINING NEWS.  Activity, in Placer Mining���Where  ...   to Invest���Mining Jtems_  ,  'of Interest.  Silver-lead Quotations,  New York. July K:  Bar Silver       Lead _. >  Copper i '  Spelter.! '  London,  July   8.-Silver,   2li  copper .��57    ��'d;   lend,    ��11  sp-jlter. ii2<>      s   d.  5Si  . A.'.ir-,  12.(12  ���U>5  l-llid:  lit- :id":  Market Conditions.  ' Since January 1: Silver, imports' amounted to '��510.900, "exports *20,495,080. Gold imports  ��8,72(5,090, exports ��05,799,409.  Tin has monopolized attention  during the past week.  (Jopper was a shade higher in  London.  Lead was also a little higher  abroad, while ii remained unchanged at New York.  Princess Victoria is 36.  London, ' July 0.���The 30th  birthday of Princess Victoria,  the only uumarried daughter of  King Edward, was observed today with the usual salutes and  flying of flags over the royal  residences. It i.s a matter of regret to her relatives and numerous friends that the Princess is  once again iu such a delicate  state of health that she has been  obliged to, leave London at the  heighth of the season and go lo  Scotland for rest in complete retirement. Like her grandmother, the late Queen Victoria,  the Princess is never.well when  in London.  Kintla Lake Oil Fields.  ,.Wc 'Who live in Flathead  country, and who have lived  here for years, are not yet  aware what the resources of this  country are. While drilling for  oil the Kintla Lake' company  struck a vein of hard bituminous  coal at a depth of 15.500 foot and  the exact thickness of the vein  is not known, thoy being compelled to abandon drilling operations until they had more cable.  While they are confident that a  good How of oil w'ill.ycf be found  they are equally pleased with  the gratifying discovery and  outlook, as all who live within  the    confines    of   this   country  A quiet wedding look" place  al, Knox Church, Montreal, on  June 2Kih, . wjieir Miss Beatrice  Burrows, Middeford,' England,  was united iu marriage lo John  Cham mi tigs of Fori Steele. The  ceremony " was performed by  Rev. James Flock.' B.��A. The  bride presented a charming appearance and was attended by  Miss Long of Dalston, London.  Mr. "and Mrs. Chamings left  T,hnrsday for their homo at Fort.  Steele, accompanied ��� by the  bride's father, Mr. Henry  Burrows.  LATEST "TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.  Item's  of  ..Interest  WorJd.  Round    .the  The King was warmly  welcomed on his return I'rom  Kiel.  Premier Balfour has announced that under no circumstances"'would there be a dissolution of parliament this year,  unless he should fail to secure  the support of Iiis colleagues.  The'poople of Phoenix aro fully  satisfied that Jim Hill is  in   the  u  .  saddle as far as the. Gran by mine  is concerned and will'drive its  affairs in whatever direction  suits Jiim best.  li'. the'semi-finals" for the diamond sculls L. F. Scholes, of fhe  Don RoAving Club, Toronto,  beats F.CS. Kelly the holder of  the sculls.  The Czar has issued an imperial calling 447.000,recruits to the colors this year.  The militia have beeu called  out at Sydney, N. B., and there  is talk of placing the town under  martial law, if the strikers persist in their present attitude.  Headquarters at Wilmer.  The office of Alining Recorder  for the Windermere district,  hitherto established at Windermere, has been removed from  that town to the lown of Wilmer  LOCAL NEWS.  A.   13.   Fenwick   was at Cranbrook Fridav on business.  Wm. Carlin visited tho St.  Mary's river logging camp Friday.  R. D. Mather returned from a  short visit io Fernie and Cranbrook Friday.  Miss .Jessie Nicholson and  Miss May' Nicholson were,at  Nelson this'week.'       '     ���  ��� Serious forest fires are raging  along the Crow line south of  Moyie. also south of Wardner.    '  Mrs. N. A. Wallinger and  children, left Steele Friday I'or  Huckleberry Hill: They \vill  spend a few weeks in the  mountains.  Mr. John Chaining returned  from an eastern visit Thursday.  John was accompanied by Mrs.  Chain mi tigs. .Congratulations  is now in order.  '.J. T. Rosier of Spokane, -who  owns a large.number, ot mining  claims on Bull river, is at Steele  iiooking ��� after his interests, in  connection with tlie same.  Win. Myers and Win. Voss are  al Avork running a drift on the  Watson claim, on Victoria gulch  The lead i.s between forty and  fifty feet in width, the ore is  si Ivor-lead.  The IAirl Steele mining division of British Columbia affords  a. splendid opportunity for investment in,mineral, timber and  farming lands.  In calculating the , grade of a  ditch one has to' consider the  velocity of wafer,that the soil in  which the ditch is built will  allow. A , deep, narrow ditch  will carry water at a, higher  average .velocity than a wide,  shallciAV ditch without scouring  the bottom or, sides. 1-1 once -the  grade can bo made greater in  the first named kind of ditch  than in the latter.  ��  Prospects in the Wild Horse  district are said to'be exceedingly bright this season, and- there  i.s 0A-ory likelihood 'that . the  placer output Avill show an increase.  Work,' il is a'nuounced. is being rapidly pushed in the Bull  River placer camp. Tho managing-directors slate that 30,000  will be expended in development  work this Reason.  , The efforts of the Gold River  Mining Co.,'to open up and mine  the i'ivcr channels of ,Bul] riA-er  are attracting a groat deal of  attorifidu "and interest, for it is  .realized that tho. success-"of this  Lindoi't.'ikiiig   wiJJ    open    up   HOW  mining possibilities iir other  sections of the -Fort .Steele district where the same conditions  exisi.   ' ,  The Flathead valley iu Southeast Kootenay. is thus far credited with no .output of petroleum  but'in the near future''in all  probability Avill develop oil Molds  of notable productivity.  A number of petroleum,  springs are knoAvn to .exist in  the Flathead valley, 'and there is  every reason to believe that  these petroleum deposits are of  great commercial value.  The production that has been  made for the first quarter of tho  present year of mineral and coal  is by rno means unsatisfactory,  although the extremely optimistic'predictions made iu certain  quarters before the new year do  not appear likely, to be fully  realized.  The managing directors of the  of the Japanese forces in Manchuria, and Lieutenant-General  FCodama, his chiei'-of-stan, start  for the front today. Their exact  destination is not announced. -  Marblehead, July 5.���The  sloop-yacht Little Rhody. owned  by C. F- Tilliughast,,of Providence. R.I., finished first in the  ���"IllO,, mile ' ocean race, thereby  winning fhe 100 guinea cup presented by Sir Thomas Lipton.  York, Pa.-���A Boer uprising  in South Africa is predicted in a  letlor written by a Boer in German Southwest Africa. A Boer  army of 4.000 men, well armed,  fully provisioned'.'ind with good'  horses, aro in tlie -field on the  Borders of Southwest Africa. "  LATEST EASTERN ' WAR NEWS  Latest Estimate of the Fighting  Strength of the Compatants.  .IAIWN S STRENGTH IN TIIK FIELD  London, 'July 8.���There are.  four Japanese armies in the field  three of Avhich arc in active cooperation in the general ad\'anco  against General Kuropatlcin ih  Manchuria.  The     First0   Army,".     Generah,  Kuroki's/oonsisls of 22,500 men  with 5,000 horses and   thirty-six  guns and an immense supply of  stores and ammunition.  Tho Second Army, , under'  General Oku, consists of the  First, Third, Fourth/and Fifth  divisions.  ,  The Third ��Army, ' that of  General Nodzu, is,, composed of  Sixth, Tenth and Eleventh  divisions. Including the Seventh  ISig-hUi and Ninth division, this  accounts for all the thirteen  divisions of the 'Japanese arnl^y.  Roughly .speaking, tho strength  of a Japanese division is 25,000  men. The permanent active  army in the Held would bo 2i)'A  battalions, tifly-five squadrons of  cavalry. (5.-M canon, (51,300 horses  7,500 officers, 193,700 men.  It has been   reported   that   reserve battalions have   also   been  sent   into  the   field,  making the   .  lolal   of    lighting   mon i 228,300  rank and tile and 8.500 ollicers.  50,000 .troops  are   engaged at  Port Arthur.  RUSSIAN'   TROOPS   IN    Fl ISUl.  London, July 8.���The, latest  estimate of tho fighting strength  at General Kuropatkin's command is not more than 94,000  bayonets and sabres with 203  field guns. His force can hardly  exceed   10ij,(J00   infantry.    3,000  engineers.   10.000  Cossacks   and  i     ��  \'A\ I field guns.-  The Russian stall'has arranged  Lc Roi mine say: ������Notwith- j [i)c the dispatch of 102,000 men  standing rumors to the contrary,'! .Uld fc:{_(j0ll lons of stores  it is'not the intention to close j lhe sjx months from May t0 0c.  either the Lc Roi mine or tho ; lober ,{ molllhly suppiv of 27.000  Norlhport smelter. ; mon   ,llul   ]:>yy>,   tons of stores.  Five ' of the battery of six , with the most favorable circum-  furnaces at the Gran by, smelter .stances and the unhampered use  were blown early 'on, Thurs- j 0f the; Tr'ans-Siberian: Railway,  day. It will take a week to clean   jt seems impossible that General  up   and    put   tlie    furnaces  running order again. "-  m  Appointments.   .  appointments  The  have been gazetted.  E. J.! Scovill, of W.ilnier.' fo bo  Mining Recorder.for the Winder-'  mere district.  Colin.Campbell of)'Allielmar to  be Deputy Mining   Recordist  Windermere.  it  Miss E Peverelt, Cranbrook,  iind Miss A. Thornton, Birmingham, England, were Steele visitors Sundav last.  John Biilliir.ui  lo be a clerk,  office at Golden.  of Windermere,  in   government  Kuropatkin within the; next few-  weeks can oppose anything like  equal numbers of fhe Japanese,  armies attacking them.,'  May Settle Rate War.  Tokio,  Oyauia. the  -  London,, J uly 7.;--British Shipr  ping  circles   are   hopeful   ofa  settlement of the passenger, rate-  war as a-result of the conference'  today bel.ween Lord   Invcrelyde,  chairman of the Canard company  and M err l.'.al I in, director-general  of the Hamburg-American   line.  If a sett lenient is reached it will  be   due   almost,   entirely   to    the  initiative of King-Edward, whose  _____ i sugge tion   for   today's   eonfer-  Jnly"..   (.5.���Marq.uis-jence .Avas   warpily supported by  commander-in-chief ' Empero'r William'.   ,  News Notes. $  THE PROSPECTOR FORT STEELE, B C.,���JULY 9, 1904'.  '���':.     '.'���  ].'���STAiii.isHi-:i.��' ' iM'f..; a ',;���  '.'��� '"7��.  B; 6rac6r;:  I'UBMSHBK    AND    KDITORA  >>' ':."��� ���������/  Devotedbo Uie upbuilding,of. Port^,_^��^;A'u"'  development of'the vast mineral"resources of  . the East Kootenay minius; district.AA,      , ���    .. ;';  SuuKeripiionsi.y-'������ '��� A..:.A A.*"-M>��.-l>.er ,ye;i y  ��� idyerUsiiit' rates ihtule.kiHivn (iitapplicalloi:  Contributions are,solicited from all pans of'.he  ������: district, but ail mutter: ituendedyfor publication  ������ must have ihe writer's signature. ���      , '   ,    ,,.' ;"���,  .    .THE    PROSPECTOR,    is    published  'every   Saturday;' and   has   a'stjnriimecd  circulation',larger tluin any other paper  In-;Kast Kootenay;  It is^all liimie !J!'::i;ei!  nnd  contains  double" the  news   i.y any  Mlver paper in, the district. '������.,. ���  *    is'iii" ad\-crtisii.i(4,, niediir.ii   it'' is ,n\  ��recoiled.      - ,;c ' ' ��� A-.;  yi.i'le   r.iilwru-   will   l��'>   the ini-    ���'   ,  '��� i'i'i'ii'ii'i.  iiorlaul.   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UHilijr, seclii.lil-yvv, -.-. tu    ., . l><Y.'f6re' llf^i^si.uuK'.Y':   ^i?^.^?.'.^^^ AyA.A':y r;-^.,;-:  :tfO'u,yi'J:uiy'.:At#D,bl'0O-l.b',,Be|^re,.yp^^  j,,V;federati;on;jv-paliacia^y;-ti!^n',t '���b''y.y.yiyif;;''^  byhe^royiije'es::lrnowh;;a!!=;GntaT.'i A;'-'c:-;";'b'NOfib'E;- b.-;;-v-y-yrv^-.^.;-  i-;,. ��� >:.-���::  y^A .'' ., yy-;: . ���b.Y ::    ��������� ���,'���,.-'������;   A: ���������.-.- ������.>,,-;.'������-.���;��� datg-.I.mteasVto apply u> the Cttwt Commissiyii-  '-.yGahacia;.,'-increased 'iui,re,ceii.f:!.y?i..y:x/:i!^iy,u:id-w6irfc  ���wfi ���.:,,'.���,-i  .:,f" i'iii.-Y.>ii)ntr'oi l��i,id*iinci \VorkA for jliC'-'.-.-Dis'trie-  SiEllEll^l^y  EargeYKSamplebyR^  .years.;  I.t:   ISAIliOW  M-i  (jvOO.O)'0'OO..'.YAl'riy^  'the -:^coun:try'v-yvas:; ^"i-31; 0(X>; OQQ?i "^y^y ��\&��^^^yy^y  ���   J      .. ���   ... ..;���   .     -i. ������.        -.������'..'     and'acljpynny ihe,.liitertiatioriai;Bciuuciarv huc'ii.  UJleekbiKiay'SiVaihoa'sl^  C;olniiibirt:������-AA''.i-'A '-!: '���-' '   " :A.,A- ���'-;'.-'���' '��� -. ;'���: ;��������'.���:-.-���  AbAAJn; ,Al903y YiyA-ywasy^yS467, Q.O.O;;:Q.OO..  :--.;VAAbfe'inc6;'t  a   M- mileage'-bf ���,(Canada has in&re'aseci';  riutt!oii:iV.H'ou^'d'a,rV'fine}'and'Ohe.iane''east.  ��� . .       , .   .��� . ,... .   -   rif"ri'  h.h nearly:';:y0,00,0 |i'rii'le^AAyilryaSfew;  Ayyyefiry; Gaiia:da:]- .wi II. ���';��� haye'.tytihreV.  . ,;.tran'sCon:ti.-ne'n,talK?''.rai 1. way sAvaa vlii-  :;'A.^recenty.yearsry'iGahada,;siy  ^1 lafea beemysohyr&pid VaSy-almPsitYtP:  ^byAtor ih Afapb, eprichA;i.n^   ;SY;cairee'ry;:::i,h:;bthiSA;:p^inp  y 'ygrg wtl't ;ah d^bl^Alii op^y' ;''^an adian^;  *&iu&;;tpAIe;e,l;'tiia^  I auataori\ :'\\iv$-!%\\uX:''d'SfishSnotygeeiir  'A.A ���;���; . A y:A,vd,.    '���i.A...   ������;}-'.- :���:.-��� vv y:'.y,6 y, :��� . ���-,  ' toi:grandiose��a terni -to.iv.commti-  '    ' n il,y. .ti'i'a, ty'rii ak es i ts ''o w n 'I aw s a ri d-  -, supports" allyyhose^linstitiutiohs,  ���,''. whicli'bfetoug tb-:a' 'l.iigli"'1.civ.iliy/a���  ���^biiion_.A,'..y.yyy :.'',''A..::.:; ...:.r\.;-^':y:''"-:;"b,yl  ,;':' 'yy-h .y.::".,      '-, ���.*,::. ��..,,*,';���.'���'"'..;>'��� ;'i;';b'': A...  \:"y '1,1 ,is���,reported a that, the,: final  '-.'survey   of fhp'lvooteii.'iy Central'  ��� b--'railway will be'commehced   in   a  'very -short time..; .The road will  .. a |kiss tiirough' the 'cente.'r  of-,- the  :a riclv''niineral; .fields 'ofAthe Fort,  '.Steele, district.'-    b a- :  j/Ay. a  The  '.reports,  from    the',"Wild  : Horse, creek a mines,   easthot. the  yowu : of  Fort Steele, as well;as  ;   f,liose:of,flie Windeiiiierebiist'riet  continue to be most .'flattering.'! :   ! ���;"���i"?y'',1!f-r.?^.,^^'>^pGN'^l:.:: . V-"'  y        ....   -."���,,. ,'"r:    --.":! ��� T- liirty days iittor date'I the. undersigiieti -in-.  .  A     r;l.-he're.  iSAil'. 'district-   fourteen A 'icn.'i.,-to;��ppl>; to -lie- Cliiof . Cp-muilssioner of  ; of Fort'Sfe^  ���������������.��� ���,-..-  ��� ��� ���  .��� ������-    ������(,' ������:       ������������'.  --  ��� is likely be heard, from ��� m t,he  near future.    , tt.'.-i.s-known as;J.he  ;  Tracy creek camp.      Hitlierto -it  ���chas,  .been,  .approachable, by "h  .'wagon yoadbbiit thej'TeAy;railway  will pass within two miles of- the"  Estella ani! scvii.rai other, of -tlie  , 1, poin!Jieii'i;itj1a,';at;.:,H :-po��l. I''laniijd..nt'ar:tb.v  head' yrs'tii rvaiipn ..CreuJi- one in ile ao'nh of the  moreAithan fsi^-fdlcli :a;hd-is how  '"^b. ,....,..,.,.   , ....... , ....... ,.,. ...... ...........  '.-������:    ���?,.!-���. ----- ��� n ..������:;���. oi Lusia O; Miu-kenzies northwest (.'ornor post:y  lieini the iaitial postof Willlan) GioynAs eltiiiii  and 'marked WillSaiu G.loyii's^ uonii] we'si c'braer  ;i)osfcyAAiii:en'ce:''::'s6iH  .eiiil Spehaiii.s.tiiijriCv iio'-ilr *0 cbiiiris,:. tlieiiee.  wost.SdciitiuiS to tlie1:Y|)lat'e;of.;.be'<cinnm(i.-'.y'6ii-;  t.iiniiijj 0Ip atSres-m6r^or:ies|Y:A Y'A^Ay- y:..-,y'. ���������.;  'fy LiwateVi'.flwnc'io.tli;-|)i>i;yA,b Aft:, ��^. lC''A;j7'--y  ;.'j-A jiA. ��� A:AHY.'!,;:;.A;.;>Villiiim'Gipy:i.:t6eito:AY;.;;:  yyy. ���������;���-. -x :b^;A;:-.:vAYY.-.Yyy,;.JQiii1yp;,y)llffi..I^geni.Y:CY  ^Ai;,, CPjriiuitneiiitryiv: a /post planted; north .pf; to .AV.tlUiimAGioyn's.'-elaini^Abeinjj  :tiy i.iitikiYpostYOliyolihAT-.'-;-���Bluff!S',':,<!iaim':. aiul;  iiifiiiced-idling  ���tlifeiicyiioVth'.SO'eliainp.y.therii'e���'pafsi'!;S0: chains,'  '. tlienee souili SO "chains!'.-'', ilienee.< west 80 ehaiiis.  Iii,the pliie'eof ���licBiiiu'in'if. cjintitini'iiy ;iil(l aeres  'hiore'or les^.Y'A; 'y .'''b'.v y.'y.: ��� . ' -. '.-; y"yh.  ':" Ci-ieiiiea.iiineyoiii, ;i!.0.l.,:y-A:A '';.., :.yyy..\yy  ,Sr,y A'Ai-'-A  ..'A .Iohn t; Uliiff,., Locator --A  :1;y''y:;-y,',iM>iBEi3y'NpTic^ ���  'l-'iiirtyihiys n'fler date I tiie ii_dcrsisrrib<V...iii"  teiill ��� to .iiipply to the Chief. Comiiiissioner of  l.iiiuls mid Works for ii  speeinl  license  to eut  iiiul'eai'r.v-.iway timber 'froin���ilie following do-,1  servbed  laiuls  in  the 'Nelson Division of West  YlCootiiiiiijA Distriet: -Coinmeneinj;   ;it   n' postmarked ; Thomas.-   lireekenriuso     Northwest  Corner on ihe south side of the, B.C.  Southern  ll.K.'ri!,'hi-pl'-way about 40'c.hiiius east of M.e-.  Neillie-Siiiinsr:  tbenee'i-unniiig IiiO chains in an  easterly' direciion: nlotiy    said   righ't-of-wa.y.  theiice.;SiniUi 10ehaiiis. theni.-.e'ltiO;eliiiins in  a  westerly direction to a point opposite point: of  eoiiimeneeuieni; thehiVe north 10chains to point  i of eoihmeiicement. containing IiiO acres ' more  i oriossA- ahxy    ���'��� ���'���:���������:       }���" . '��� '���������: "A  iSigiietl THOMAS m;i''(.;i\ KNKIDGE. Locator  ���     Dnted Ma.y.aitli. li'OI' ', ' '' AU  TiiefMimii^^  ������: ������'?'-;  O .'  -: I '  found  e'exeep  ���;lf>lia; thus . far. Ini.-'  onry   prosjiei-t    wryr;-:.   o\y  best pronbiMies ,fihns 'fat  The������Vyo'rk'Wi.t \y the.'Si'ngle  tion'-oy fhe  arid'T-arry away liiiiljer from the following de,  j scribed, iu'ii'ls in tbe Nelson ill Vision oi; Wpst  ;..Kpfii.e:|.'t.v bistrii-t'r'-Comnieneinjr ,al a '  i-m.ii-iieiit'.'S.'' A.' .^peers'' Ni,.r!,lieu^t;:,Corner at a  , point on iiii; symtii siiii; of the li.C. Southern K.'  ; K, rij.-h't-oi'-way about 10 eliiiiiis eaSt or .Mil-'  ; Neiiiit--Siding ini.l ruiniinjr ' HUI chains in n  : westi'i.r'l.v di section , alonr...' said rifc'lit-of-way;;  i theu';e -.(Hiiii i!, elm ins, thence 100 chiiins iii an  ; eastta-ly liir.-eti'i.n to a point opposite to point,  \of (���ommeilcfYiiY'.'iit: -tlil'nce nortli 40 chains ni,  ,point nV coinniericmeni, contHiriiiiff..more-or  li-A ,;:i'��� :,.'i-e.-. '���'.,.���' ",    ���     ,-���  , , Signed ' -S  A. SI'KKHS, Locator  , The Largest    ;.;���  lYIineral Areas,  and "the; Most  22xfensive   ,  Coal Fields on tlie  American Continent  are Situated, iiiv  South. East Kootenay  ur_::--��'-y';:li  : Grazing and the  Lumber Industry  are Proiiliiieiit  Features of the  'District. ���''.'  i ��u;  May  '''ill. i'..i.U.  il  'been, onry   prosjiei-t    worlc.  ,!.  ��� ���within a few inonihs many of !.h>-  ���.most   promising,  claims   will   iv-  ���developed to a- jirodueing, stage.  The .(".onst.rtiylion   of t.'mi f.vooU'.-'  nay-Central rail way .will,  accom  plish a wonderful development-oi  the mineral, timber and  agrjeni  tural.resources of the   Kootenav  valley. '  . Mining affairs;- in the Si  Mary's river, district .are ' assuin  ing'       eonsideraVilc' aciiA'ify.  Cojiper   is   i|i.iitv:   likely,   lo   be  .lidded. Io   Hie   in in era. I output, oi  this   district.      Tlie   biiilfling. o.!  ,f.he     (.;ra.wl'ord     Hay. iind. 'P'ori'  ������������'���        ''   TIMHKI'.;    NOTIi'l-;.  y  'TiMM.,!' dny.- Iiitv.r/.Inii' 1 tile niiilersij-'lieil in  !���.',���:. '.. n|.ply.. to''t!n' Chief Odininissii.iier ol  f.;:".nl- aii'l Works fu'r ii M'eclal license to eu:  and i"���rry away t'linbef fnjin. tlie foilowin^' de  ,-vii!..-;!   iand-   in- Iii.'   X.-lson Division of Wesl  , Kootenay" l'istriel: WX'iniiieiieiii^r at, a ��� posl  iiiiU-JJi.'.i Iri.'ii'- lirei'lr.;:i'rl(lK;e .Noi'll|.,'aM Cornel.  iiUiihi u'a rliaiii''. iicl   i.r .Itilin   "I'liDinas-   nor'tli-  ; iv..-.t eormrr fiovl on 111,' -uiltll siiii:  of, the   LLC.  ' Soiitli'-r/i ll;l( aiid ruriniin/ I''.ij eliains in :s  v.-e-f.ny   ilin.-i'tioii   niiam   si.lii   ll.   ('.   Sontli-  ,'y.'-ij      K,     I:.:        tlienee..    in     eliai.ns      si.nt.ii  ! thc-in-e liie-rlialns in an easterly, direction etisl  t'.a ^polni. oi.|i(isiie   peini,  ul   i-oiiinieiieemeni..  , Ilieni'..- siortli Hi cyIi.-.ui-;,i<,  point, nf  rinnnieiiei'  'iu.erii, .-ijii'i.aiiiitiK '.^0 aeirs inure nr less.  ;    , llat.Y'VMay ::nu,. Itinl.; al  'Sil'iied    il'.l':NI-,  llltl'.CICKNIlii'KII'i. I.oeatnr  .'TIMUKi: iVliTKAK. ~ "^~  . 'I'iiuly .li.js iitter'diiie I i.l.e iiinierHluiifil. In-  ienil to1-iipply. to lire'l'  I..-ijii.I.. and Work', loi .. h|iei-lal llei-imi: to eui  ai.'l inir.v away i.ij/il,.'r,fn,n, the foi !i>\vli>K de  M-rli.ed'l.'i'n'I'i   In,'tip- ,\'i|.,on 1'in'inlon ol We.'.l  The proposed\Otqw^$tesi': ancl ^Golde^ will pass  througli Fort Steele and Tap the Greatest Mineral Belt of the  District." -y-?:":.:y ..-i: ://��� '���-''������������:.^-:':,  Clioice Business and Residence lots for Sale  - ., ������   ,        K...."���:. .'.' I.i- ! ri'-l.  WANTKD--     SKX'K.I.'.AI. .[-VDI'S'I-!,'!'--.     ..oiiofi.-i-.-'li...' ���      ,���,..        a' .   '-   ,���,M,, aauloal  mis |xtrsi)lis in .'aril si a I r in ! rin'i'l lur ' .loiiiii.'1'' n���i Ii'i iii* i em n>. t'n i.i mi mir mill..  iii-iusi'. i'..-l,:iiilislii'i| i'|i'". on .'.'.'ill--, .'im.1, will,     iv.-.-1. '.i I'.", i'i !i'i,"i- .,i, i t.r Soul hf;rn li.K. on  , :i.'1,'iim'i' i':i|iil:il..- in.,-nil  ii|iiim   m.'l'i- l,;i n t -  ' lh-sour I. -i :������ of ir.'ieli umi i iiiiiiih-.. li    -asi  nriil no-i'lils I'i u- ^lli'.'i'.ssl'lll in ill Jil.'ulil it lih- . -rlv din ���I'limi a loin' :.:,UI t .ael: �����.  c-11 n Ilii   mnri  line. '    I 'I'l'lliiilii'lii ril^-.'|Oi'liii'iil      W.;.���!>��� ���'  oi- ].--, I,, K'usv-l (,'r-. U : ilaoi--,li ��0 ehalns.  ly rash saliiry id' AJ I   ami   nil   1 i'.''iin;.'    inn ��--si"i -l\ -dir.'ei em u,..,i n, ��� ['mint 'opposite  .'.\|h:iiscs   ami'l    Kills   iif.l vj|i|i'i'il ��� ir.    puini ,..l .nnin,. i��� eini-'ii. ih-tiee timtli ,hi.i cliain.','  ��� ������'isli I'iich ui'i'k      l-l.\|i..'i-ii,ni,i-not <-~ri-li-   ro |...inr.if eonini'iie-iiiirii, i-,ii,ialnltit'i'.iliaeres  rial.     Mi -nl ion rrfi.Tono.'S   anil   clirloso > nior- ,,-. less.  si'ir-iulili'i'ssi'cl i:'in-('ln|ii'. ���    'I'll 10    .VAT-I     Daied Maj: rj.ith. Inoi.  IONAIj, .'l.'IH ,l,)l'.'tl-ll(il'll St., Ohii'.'io-n..        j     -| I -IOHN THOMAS. Locator  Apply  to  -  I ','���  \9\   Townsite Office. THE PROSPECTOR;' PORT STEELE,  B.  C, .l"UL,Y 0, 190-1  bodies, the rock lias be/en altered  ���yon one or both sides of the mnin  fissures, but mineral found there  is, insignificant   in   quantify and  oJ'   lowygi-adei      If valuable ore  ever existed in this region, it.lay  above aiid has been Avbrivaway.  : -For these .reasons;! cannot stee  any reasonable hope "pi  fu rthey,  valuable discovery in connection  with   the   fissures -which   have  hekTore heretofore. .���������'.-.',"  As to the, existencesbof  other  fissures,   there may be no doubt.  but their irnpprfance.a.nd position  ���are both  problematical;   yThere  appears-' no;probabi 1 ity' tliat they  ex Tsiyi rr'tlra^iTirv nfedi at^vieimty1  of,-.-...tlie'imine, .ahd';tovsearch for  the i'n without some  tangible eyi'-',  deuce of fheii; existence would,yl  believe/- be ; futile, by So'far as I  canbseb, Atheir  discovery would  be  a 'matter* oi'. accident rather  'than  expectation, A aiid   I��'tihere���  fore,    advise ;;'-it'gainsl.' .'further  development expenditure..'    by  NOTlCd.  'I'o' OKAjVOK rt��� 1' IMXZiyLLb "ii.i .|.p ,any  other imrt.y or parties to whom lie may have  transferred his'intei-esi in .tliiV Shakespeare  Mineral Chiim situate on, Perry Creek, iti the  Port Steele 'Minium Division, Kast, Kootenay.  .jvittsli Columbia.  yj'AlvJ'j XOTICK thai,you aro hereby required  within "ninety,.days, from lirst, publication of  this notice to pay lb;the undersigned   tlie sum  of jilaO.OO.- the amount expended liy ,1)1 hi on your '  | interps't  in  said  cla'iin for'JissfrsMnent work up  j to the ^iillr'day of October,,l��0;i. '��� ", *    '    '  AND. l^UIOTlKli'TAlCK.NOTICE   thill  u'ni  less 'said payment, tbgothoj' iri'tli, all costs of  advertising'  is   paid   wilhiir  tlie   liii'uA above  slatoilAyoui: interest in said  eiaini  shall  lapse  tO'lJu'i undcr.sigiied mi account, of said ' ex'peiidi-  ture...   ;.,,,'.,'',,���''���'���,''���' ��� Ay-yAyA'' .A ���  THIS NOTICK is given   under .Section :-! of  the.-.Miiierul Act A'lneiitlinoot.Ael, 'iboov.'        :������  .-���--=-. rj:i.wil.;.t',his:Cn<] 'dhyii-miiy^iia iAp-r~::"^~r:~y  pi.     ������,������..��� ���'-..:���   ���������   ���_       ���      ,-       ClUST TI^ISISA; ',. '  tr.xuxi*sc*a*jc  1 ��� 1 ���irv I -I n rrj��;c?>^r��^^..^��'^^.^.^ry^  ^^:y^^Ly^  *&  y---y -.NP.XSCE  by.Notioo, is licroby,.g'iyoii" diiilAiity-iiiiys  b-froiii yiip (late-liercoyj\,,iii1;en(l,: to ajipfy;.  . to ��� the Uhiol',. GY>niinitfsion.erypl'-;-...Liinr]��.  ,' /iiiid''Works'.; tit,' Vietpria to pltrclitisc tii e  : :,follo\yi'noy dericribeilb^^^  'Southeast : lyootentiy.,, iliiil. desei'ilied a��.  A'dollOWSI-y:.- ,. ���:��� '-'���::,.-. :y:xyy.y-'y"yy.y<:: -yy:xy-, . y;  ������''..'���'Gtiiiimoiiciii^A^  y;ini!e:\vest;6;i' south;3\^  .-No."iW2;,'':tl!ei]eo'-'^  A20 chiiiiis;e;istj tlienee SO ehtii.iisA iiprtliv  ���';��� thpiicp .yo-'chain'rjA'wcstyto A-])lace;6f,liir-',  jgiiiniiio'uoiuahiing'jeO'yici'i&Aii'iOre; or  Aleim.yyyyAyAAAyh . yk^-'iyjiyhyhyAA-y '-A.  "AAA"y-y'yyAAAy/^OIINy\JEA^by; A  ���a,"r Dated":Fdi.'t:^LePle:|lay |st,;;lf)0^A ;2(1  wj$ $x&&\te&0 tf;  ������aa y; ���.,Mi:NEKA],.-"i\c'i'.:::.;��,,A,A|-  ' ������ a. ; yy} .vyFoi,;yyy:-;A:A; Ay  , C.BK'IU K.iiiATB OK .1M I'ltpVKM KN-rb '  3ATUj;iJ^A:Y.Y.iyj.ivS'i-!i,;;-ifl04;,  North-Star'Mining;:06*a  ..y..^yy^ryy:y,^fyiK^,^:y,i:^^yyy,.  Ay^i'fiiHia^  A;y ;iti'(i(''Qrp\vn 'Fyiictjonid'y rsI.inejMily,,.  b;::'A';AA 6y.'yyyy:y;taini:^';;:;' .yyyj:Ay,y:<  A A.Situate in the Fort n^  Y:"b't;kast.Ivpi3teViay;pistricyYY;(jj;' byyy^yAyy'.AY  ;,:.,':'��� Where located :~6ii P.err.v Creel;: .:;:������:;;';������ ���'., ������;���������  . /y::: '������. Ti\ lce,iiotico'i-li�� t;I; Thos.^.; McV i tti .ej'iliVJfiCr  .i:A',No^'''U7:i.Tii')ys;^  ;fyCree!c;f Gold; AH^  '���'i"'l i ilea te ;^Toy; BTiirir^intehdy sixty, (la y s,; f rpm r the  "���dale hereof,;to appjjyipAtli^'N^  ^bfpi'iv C^rtilicatcbf iiri'proyeiiieiitsyfor;thy.;pti'i*  "pose of.'bbtiii'iiinif';ii';Crb>vh Gniiit'ofAthe iilfove  ,"'.",ijii'tii_s: y,"yyy,:AyYV:A',,y; A'A;; :/',.���.';���' ���1���b,.A' ���,.��� ���'���A "A,  '.���'. 'Andfturtjieiv tak&nbticeythitt aciimiY.Ytinder  ��� ,sectiou,3?, niustiie.commdnceilYbefbre.the. issu  .'y-iiuce.pit'supii'C'er.lificatc'priin^  A. . bated^tiiis'fJthdayflf Jtmb;:i!l01.,Y Ay    ::  ������'.--2J-, ;; . A,b /PHOS.;.T.,McyiTTiK.A :  It Will be to Your Interest'  '  Jf'yoa, eoii template, visiting , tlie" St.  Louis .Exposition; to ,secm:e reliable in-  I'oriBation .'as to l'liilroatl service,' tlie  ..lowest ftite^ itiul the hest "routes.    Also  as to;' local .eoiiclitioiis.'Aiii St. 'Louis;  'hotels;, etc.: ctcA'vb-- '���..-.'������ .^A: . <>' A  yU you will write :th'eAun0deysigiied.  ytating  vvhitt  infoi'  desire,  tl ie stniie .will "be. ,pi-oii) ptly;; l'ui;n ish ed.  .ir .we dp'not, have it on,- hand;, will���sc-  ciirc iti-foi" you ii. possible, and 'without  aiiy'expehse'to-youb"Address������-,;, .-.'��� ��� y-;  ������'; B. H. TKUMiiUiyibCoiniiierc.i;il'Aoe'nt.  A '���'���:'AA2 Third St.; Portland, breypiy  -  "���;������ ;-���:.���. ������".���������NOTICE.' y'A yy  Notice is liereliy given that thirty days  after I inleiid. lo'iipply '<> tliu Cliief Coiuniissiou-  er of Lands"Wprlis.and tlie. Assistant Coiu-  '.- ', missipner of.hands and Worksjor the   Dislrict  of'l'liist. Kooteiiay i'or a I, lo.prosjioct'.ro'r  A Coal and Petroleum on tiie.follo\viiii,ydescri'l.eil  ��� ia!vui,.YsiUiiued  oir.'Klntliif.^ieok"' jus'i north of  '   liie Inteiiiatii.nal   Uoiin'dii'ry;iliie;:lllock, ,:ir.'..:i  1  Southeastern portion of llrifiiili Colunil.'ia: :;  b  ��� ."I. 'CAiiiiiieiicingal a post planied near Kintla  Creek iind about one. ini|e. , from, vrhbi'e,'the  creek crosses llio l'lilcriiiillpmtl lidun.lary line.  I.eiiig the initiari|(i,st oft.-. -A.',bKuiiUii(J"s i-laim.  iind iiiiirked O   A. JCoating's  iioitluvest corner  '"'' post, theiice south .SO eliains., thenee easi Ml  chains, llieiice inirlii'^l eliains, tlienee wesl Sfi  eliiiins,  to' Ilie  place iifliegiiining, containing  - nil) aeros more or less.   .',..  Located .Mine l*.��tlir I'.Hil.   -    .  ' ;       .  ,A.,i:.;A. ICcalin'g, l.ot'iilor  ��� .  a  ' ���'"' John'I'. JIlulT, Agoin '  ���J   Coinmencing at a  post  planted, nortli iii'  aiid.iidjiicer.t to (I. A. Keathings- chiim   heing  , the initial post of I'llSiie..I.. Thoinas claim and  marked Elsie L. Thomas southwest corner jaist  ilience north 80 chains, thence east SO chains,  tlienee souili SO chain's, Uieiiee wesf'HO chains,  to ihe place of beginning eontainiii!  ��� more or loss. , >���  I.oca led .lune I'.Hli.HWI-  ,     I'lisie I'j. Thomas, Locator  .lohii'l'.' ii.liiff. Agent.  'I Coniniencingat a, post planted Avest of and  "adjaceulto K.isie L.. 'Plioma..s'claiiii being the  initial post of .Mary A. 'I'hoinas claim nnd  marked Mary A. Thomas southeastcoruer post  Lhence nortli H(l eliains, Ilience wesl, 80  chains, tlieiiee south HO eliiiins, thence easi SI)  chains io tlie place of beginning I'Oiitairiiiig r.10  acres mon; or less.  ' Loeate.l .lune I'.itli, H��ll.  A , y Mtiry A.Thomas.. Locaior  '      .Iohn T. lilnfr. Agent  I    (,'ommoneitig  al  a   post  plantird   soutli of  ' and adjacent to Mary A.' Thomas claiin   iieing  Ilie   initial   post   of   Mary   Shea's  eliiiin  and  marked   Mary Shea's  north  east corner post.  thence south HO clniins. thenee west sn clniins.  Ilience north SO eliains, thenee   oust   SO  chains  to tlie place of beginning, containing  ''"10 acres  more or less.  Located .lune Will. l'JOl.  Mary Shea. Locator  .,- .iohn T. Illulf. Agent  010 acres  ��� '���  Coiitinuedyii'diil I'lio-eAtA . A ;:;:;A,b'b:Y"  ,b'u!yasAtlV(y,yres^  Tepprts; A as,,"'to; til e in.; cdnc'l nde, as  ,Ioll6\y.s::yy;.'(yy;.YbC;-;b:b,;yjy.y^  yAfJ?hpv workyAvas '''generally.5; in  xVnin'ierii.lixe'd^gfbundywitiy sdrae^  ti mes', e n cpifra,gi.n g- Ac[uan ti t i es y o f,  .lpw.'grivde-'and::;-:unprp(it.abie,:i,;bre^  ^ylfic!v|:was;]dely"^c  occurrenceAy'; Where,'yore'A;;was-  tp u rtciy i fe; w as 'o V an. J a ve i'age. g r ade0  S:^7.'fitv;ozs.;,sil.veV  :Oneyipeciinen gitvis:;!.;!;^,"ozis. ,and"  :'5;^7%yA;0i'the;:j3est eiglit;,assay's,;  tlie alyeyage d-atioJofAtnietalsb-was'i  y 20 ycizs. a; thy J;^A':;:'In: thpAabseiice  of; mo i;e;_-!f ayprab 1 e 'Ai: esu 1 V^^tii ese.  Avb;iiki.n^,A,\ye^  ; U'edb:; ���byb'A.yj.y^AAAYy.y yAyyyyy  ;.'y-;EaS.t=jb'j ja c 1 i _^:'^vAJJ .l^ fel^ii^y; jtic^  ;$iidb'e'reb i ifep'a,yab"3e; ^ua'htityYbr'  ;grad;e;ytp.;  ['the^:Airiai n^'worki iigs yyalotig' A tbe  ;.)ir i n pi pal^f rji^tu rps'] h ay ing'^beS "yh  A\'ithoti.t favorable,.resultyiib:was,  liatnrall^b iaiuyy^roperlyA, determined; to 'try';. tbe'^'ein'catA'deptii.';  The;east/iueljine sHaf t;;was there-���  ;i'pre;pnt;'dowiy';;'yTiiis;;star,ted:pnt  a,, seani  of galena from near the  north end of the main pre  body,;  and   has ; continued; down; tOya:  1 jttie bel owithe: 300 ievel. aFvocci  thisshaftdriyesrliaveAbeen  pnt  put. north'���'���l'70.-,ieeti.'''iit'':,fl'0'0  level.  At   150  level.;'-';- botb '��������� noi'th ����� and  south'3.L0,/'feet: "oii'tlte^OO, 260  fpet; yand,  pii���;'��� the;' 300, 350 feet.;  .Itvall'these pla'ces the result'was  ���negative.- .Withythe: exception (aj.  a narrpw lens 30 feet long, at the  100,; and {hJAn a bavity at inter*  mediateleyVl," a,' little, above  the  .100. ABoth' these..''occui,raiic'e.s are  of small, if ;aiTy.'dmportauPe.y',;���;:.  . -Various crpss.cuts'show ^yliVit  areA������the'", same,'; two 'fissiires on  whichyyiiearlybail . driving has  been clone in other parts. "The  s li at't ', li as, ���" been ���: su n k'.' 'along' the  w'esle'rly,; oiie. and}considerable  driving has Been done .from  cross-cuts along the easterly one.  Diamond Dri j 1 ih'g. ���Tliiswork  has been cariyod- on at���" iiitervais'  singe Qdtobpivisnu. ' 29 holes'  have been 'civillecly..totaling about  (i,,80() feel. Nohe'has, rbstiltecWh  locating an ore body worth driv-,  ing' I'pr, but.' the, work 'has.undoubtedly a ITp I'd ed an excellent  gii'Uhi as,to where not to drive;,  and is cif value in assisting toward a conclusion as to the gen a  oral structure or/the ground. ,.  -..Conclusion.���The 'main old. ore  bodies have been -worked put,  excepting a few remnants. '-,���  Se v,e th oh san d fee t of d e-  .VGlopment work in all directions  have found no new bodies.        b  "'Careful study of .the rocks  show' that, some of the unaltered  .country rock was. probably the  original source of the ore.  The ore bodies were found fo  have-had altered country rock in  relatively large volume on at  least one side. ���  The rocks at' de.nt,h (MOO level)  to the north, west an<l , east are  practically unaltered, aud therefore I judge will not bc\l'otind to  contain ore bodies.  To   tlie   south   of   the  old ore  v Good Until January;' ��� a a  '' 06 a po n s yy Tow    () i'a t' ge '���' Merit:  premiums* may  be',redeemeduij)  t6'.tl)at;tiii'ie.'V.. ;a;'a; -yi:--. A'-'y."-:-:h'  - A. ()irangei,Meat,'' the ;popuiar;Can--  adiait::cerca'l lias.coui^onsjin e<ach  ilncypiicjcage ywhicli can; be'"re;  deemed ,:; in'''."' fine y sii ver-plated'  slioohs,y sugar-sbells; and 'Other  artiplps. " The'; coupons' rare a in  soin e; casps m arked,jas godd oh ly  .���'pbp'u^yi;ls.t;'-yU)d4.y':i;I^'is^^^  :kn6wiiig;tha,t;miese:cpapbns^^  beenr'extended' -to .January" 1st,';  1005, tUtitil "wli ich ;cla'tp'"'.'.the..'.;varu-.,  able  jbremiumsAi'eanAbe;:-secured  byyrOmhgeyMeatiuS  15cypapkagecphtainsAa cbuppii  ancl'fuil^directiohs.'Abby '>;    ,;.;-,.:  ,1.11 NKRAl'J ACT.  ;... ,.(Point v.)A  dCEIl'iyo'HlA-rU. I)|.', IJIU'llOVIWIUNTS,  a';;." ���"<> ,. . ';;',;   ; NOTICE.':'     "';.". yy. ���  ���a y Si. Mriry^' Xlinei'itl Dlai m. y  ,'Situate lii,tholi"orl Steele Minlug.ijivislpii of  Kiist Kootenay ilislriei. ��� " A���,'���������'. ���.:  A Where iocii'letl:--;()n I.nko Orecli. ' '' '',.' ���',  y.'I'aUeiiotico that i:.'Thcis'.r.-..McViti.ii:, .F.AI.'c.';'  Ni.. I1T37.10 'agCiiR for ,1. I''. Armstriiiig. ^Jil'.C.  ^y<.:ir:ilOri!'adininislriit(.).,,of tiie lOstaie Of ,1. I);.  Mi:lC.egg(ei|eceii.*cd. y, .,. yy yyy:'':A -.',;'  ,, I.iiteiid;' sixty .ilays', fromytiie dale lit'reof. Id'  npply to.ihe Miii.nig'.llecordi.|Afor a, Certiliciite  oriniproyeiiieuts for the purpose of obtiiining  ti Crown' tl ran toi' the' iibovu.cltiiiii.'i "���.  '������: And ftirtlier take ii'ritice tluit action, liudci'.  .set't,it)ii::iT.'iniisl,:|je''eoniinenee.(l hefore tiieissu-  iiuce of sucli Certilieate oi'lmprovemeuts,: ;, .":  A Dated this lltii day of .Junci'inoi.  .-    '���'. "-.A A  A  y'&i'A' ;a ' ,':.'.' A'.A Tiiokyr. Mcyrrrii-A  ;A,y'-A\;y;-yyryA,.Ay-y'F  ..^A-^UFAO^lilJ'ERS-and "Bi'^^WER^'of EXTRA,''PINE'  yy:  y-  // r-'  '   ,.. .    '���' .' ,       '" ���"  ' ������ '  ' ' 'yO.-A' '.  i .'.*'��� ���''' ���       '   ,"    '"."_,     .  yyyyr.yjSoit}^  ;use;;a,specia,l ty' \ ...",b"- t-.:  s''.A".     a- '::y'::yh- y:.A'y ���.,���:':;.:,,  ,���:.^....ja.:...  AirNKUAL  "b'KOHM'i.'  ACT.  , p k rr pi fig a 'i' e Pp. .- ni e ro.v io me nth,. .  SI  GI VEN '.STRT.C  A'^ I),; I>K,OA'IP,T..���������iiV'TT.ENTT.Olv''  xSTISE��eiQK:tJF^��N$EEE):  'ISmcriild'  -.���AY.;;y;-;yA'.:,:;A;:NOTiCE.;';:; yy;1":. Ay- a"  i.iNotiee is;iiereliygdven.thtii:thirlydaysAafter.  datpYlyintcnd;, io iipply to'tiie.Chief Coiumis-  sioiiei'.of I^'.inds niid Works iiiid tiie, Assistant  Coinrnissioiiei'oi' I'.ands'and Works i'or tlie District of Kast ivo'oteiiiiy for ii License toprospect  lor Con^'andyPetroieuhi ony thcA'following de-.  .scriheiliiuid'Situ'iitetl on Stai'va tion 'Creek j'ust  fiortli of.tlie Ihteriiationalnouiiditi;y line Block  ���i5fl:i:Soutliea.stei';iportio;ii'6i',Uritish Boluiiiliiii..;  ;,,���;��� 1 .bommenciJigbittaY posty planted' pne.mile"  north of tiie.lntoriiiitiorial Uoiindary. liiic; iiiid  ahoui; three,.iniles. northeast from .where'the  (jrcekrei'dsst's 'the,-li,ne,"being' the initial .post of  WilliamyA.' .NelsOii's ;:blaimAYiiiid^inarked.;  .\Vi0i.iim-:yAj''i:.Nelsp'n\s,Vi^  thence scatii SO,.chaiiis,;;thence,w;est,;HO,:ciiiiii'ifi,;  thence'tyoi.tli 80 chains,''tlienee eiist SO chiiins to  tlievplnce oiyiiegimiing; cpiitiiiningrHid acres  more cr loss. vAyA,,  yyy       ,yA--.' ^'iM'y'.A,  y Lpeatedyuiiq 2oih; ii^y:yy[yyyyy.xyh:Ah,:  ..:..,. ,y.....���.:;.; ,;,i,William.;A. Nelson;.Locator.;,*.',  A" AA'} .'yAy y Ahyy. 'A ;Ai;Joh n-'I^Blnff^Agoht"',  .yaACoinmencIng'ii.t'n post,, iiianted''northY.aiid"  adja'ceiityto :^yilliii.iii\:-A,y,;-Nels6n-'s;eliiini.b.qirij:f.!  .tlie3'ihiti.iil.::-��bst/,.;."pf*WUBur^  'claim: aiid; iiifi'i%ed-;;:wjl.ii'ii'i,Av.wy'.i.,Jiackeny.i'6;^'  jiouilionst corner ppst:,,thence hpr.ili;.-.8(l:oluii-i'is.  tiieiice West'SO"tliiiiiisf thenee sou tii; Si)-elia ins!;,rcast 80 eliaiiis to the'pliieyoi.l.egihiiiiig  eoiitaiiiingillO acres hiore. or less; A''.;;.:;,y.. , "  'yLocatediliiiic 20thj:i(i0i;y ',.''::"'���'��� ;'bbA A;  ; .    .''Vyilliur W- Araekenzie, Locaior    ,;  yAi y ;. A;;-', A.A iyyA-y ...:.Iplin.T.--'JlInff,' Agent-  ;:i .Coinnieiu'itig'iit a post pliinled east of' aiul'  !id.iacent:tci Wilbiir W. Mnckenzie-s, claiin, being the initial post of William Kelly. ,)r: cla'ini  and marked VViUiain Kelly.' Jr. soiitii\\'est,corner post, tlienee nortli .SO chains,  tlienee.east  SO chains: ilience souili SO eliiiiiis, .Ytlieu'ce  west  SO chains to thi' place of begintiing. ..cri.utaiiiing  (iipiieres in ore or less. A',. A  Located ,Tuiie20th, MOi.   ;   ' A      ..'.'     A.     '  ";  -A    A,,-      AWilliiini Kelly, Jr.. Locatoi;,-  '.''. A    A,  ,.'���'",.���.' John T. Bluff, Agent  ���1 Commencing,at' a post.plaiited1 sotiljnof.,  ami. adjacent to William IColly.'Jr. cliiihi being  the initiar'posl of Lusia G., Mackenzie's ciaim  and iliarkod'Lusia, G. Mackenzie's iiortliwesl  corner post, tlienee ��� south 80'eliains. thence1  east 80 ehiiihsythehce nortirSO ('encc.  west SO eliains to the. place of. beginning,i.cpri-'  taiiiinginp acres inore or,less, y ,   ���  ���'..  yribcated'.ruucyotli, 100-1. :   .   r    :  ���������������.        '',"��� Lusia.G: Mackenzie. Locatoi'  ^r,  AAA. .-'.���'...'-.:;. 'YjoliiiT. uluff. Agent.'  Ay NOTICE.;. by-A  .'ii:ri'il;'-!'''iiMr6eni.\,'  ^y-GifiinisA,, yb-y  AMinbrtll  A Situatedn the Pprt'Ste6le;Miniiig Division of  Kiist Kooieuay'Distriqt.b     y':"'A    ' y'y.'y:.  ; y where:Ioeated :v--Oji tire St^ Alafy s Iliyef��;':"  ��� :i.,;a: n."j;[eyiaiih; ibib  jS., Kastpytigeih for AL .I.Hitipiii, IrVee ���Miner's'  Certificate N"o.Yli,()!g!)5;iiiten'dv sixty days'"from; ii.preof. toapplyJo tho Aiiiiiiig'fiecord-  er for: a peV.ti'iical'e o'l I'lnproveiiietits ,/or,the  .purpose   (ifiobtiiining  li.Croi^r.Atii'aiitepfjtiie  nbovcAiIaiiiny A ...;A.yy.yy '���'-'. :,,'./. <!.A-hh:.  .���.An'd furtlier: (ako 'notice: .that action .".under  seeUdn.lir.'must'be.coiniiicnee'd.beforeYtlie.issu-  iiiieepf ^lcliCertificatcptimpi'dvehiqutyb   '-  ;;Datecl t.lns'itlida>;,df May, A.lS; iW-i.;y>:. ii."'.,'-'/  '���:.-.-?? 'A;"."' ���;AAi:-i'iA,-"'-y;' ,:A,: K;;H'EyLAND;:.V';';  ' AA bP. P./B6XSI2 "A "&'���:  TELEPHONE   NO.  I::':^  y^^yMm^1^^:MSM^^:..  W*$&^$M^^  gmty:  ��� >lS:'.-  :;;';'v':;:;b';:''"A';"y;,NOTlCEi ';A;:':'',;Y.;AAy;A';b;'5,  . y'riiiity;days afterlin'tq:.I.;.t!ie..uiider.signe(l intend to iij)p)yytoytlie 'eiiieyCominissioner pf  Landy:iind;:;\vdi'kf?yiii;yietoriay foibiiASpc;iiiiii:  iLiccnsetp/eut iind. uarryia way: timbeiirdnrtlic  tlieylpnowing-Yiiescribed lands ,siluate in.East;  kdo^pnify'bistricti'-y A. A;'ybAb;,:^: AbA'AbAy  ',.' Coiiiineneiiigat'iipSst piiiuied;tivoiahd;;)oneA  half ini les ,past of "CiI'/r. : I Slop IcyNo :: (Jni)O aiili On'  tlie:south;bank:pf;;WhUyYRiye;r  :100.chai'us,,thence;i;as;tyip. cliiiiiis,:" tlienee;,;n6rtli  ifiO I'hainsr'hence,.west'ip piitce or pe-"  ginning'cpntaininijiiio iieres.*;'' A' -A' ���:";"Ay;-AA..,  ;;^\y:iy"'-r-"-5'-'AAyPKED;llINAIOn,E'fco,eatpr;i:y;i;  ADated June, ISth; 190'!:A'b ;.A.' ��� H V" !- '���:''���,' .ss'b'.  a Pinfyr^inebir;.-"'.;���,,:-; yyy-.y yyy.Ah  Gi^ars; Pi p^s and Tot>accps  yyy.iB. him r&ijt-pp'm r?&  Y;b^y'Ayc;nMAivion,iuiilA.i^\vELKi^; yi  ENGRAVIN^Yahd: YREPA:IItIN"(3K  'I'll.K.MAS'I'KH AIKCIIAXIC'S I'ljUE TAll  SOAI' heals ainl softc'irs the skin, while  promptly cleansing it, of grca-se. oil.,, etc.  Jnyaliiiihle for mechanics./farmers, sportsmen,  l-'ue sn tuple on receipt of tic. foi- postage. '  Albert Toilet Soup Co., Mfrs Montreal.  ..���'.''... '��� NOTICE.. ,.... , yyyi  Noticei's hereby given: that thirty days, after  date I intend to apply to the Chief Conimis  sioiier of Liinds and Works .and the Assistant  Conimissioner of Lands and Works.for ihe District ofc;En'st Kooteiiay for a License to prospect  for Coal and i?elrpleum on the., following described land; situatedMieii.r the,head of; Ivihtlsi"  Creek iind iii.oiii three miles rrom where the  creek Crosses the International lioundiiry line  and- adjoining the lioundary line. Illock irv.i;!,  Sontliciistei'ii.portion'ol Urilisli Cdliinibia.;  I , Coininencingata'post planted liOnrKiiitla  Creek i wo miles west of Alary Shea's nbrtheasi  corner post, being the initial post of Kdwin E.'  Iluiitcr'.s chiim and ininkeil Edwin F.. Hunter's  lio'rlhwesl'coi'Uer iiosl. thence.soutli SOcliaihs.  .tlienee east 80 chains. Ilienee north SU eliains.  thence.west SO chains to. tlie place, of l.egilining  containing I'.IO acres more or less.  ���rioi'iiled .liine loth, 1H0I. ' '; , ;'...'���-���'  ���" '   I'idwinE. Iliuiter. Locator  ��� . .. .loiin T: lllufdAgcni :  ���i Oominencing at a postplanted norlli of iiml  adjacent to Kdwin E. lln liter's claim Iieing the  initial posi. .of .lane Oloyn's claim ami marked  ���lane (lloyn's southwest ���corner post, tlienee  north 80' 'clniins thence east SO eliains. tlieiiee  south, SO chains, tlienee west SO chains to the  place Of beginning containing 'CIO acres more or  less.' ;   '    ,       ������.'������  .   Located .lune i'.itli, I'.KM. A     '.;  ' ,   , ���'Jane Oloyn, Locator     ,,,  , A ' ' '',.-'' John 'I'. Uluff. Agent  i\ C'omuieiicing at a post planted west of and  adjacent to Jane Oloyn's claim being t.lic initial  post of Albert. 'I'. Brook's elaini and marked  Albert T, Brook's soulheastcorner post, Ihoiii.v  nortli 80 chains., llieiice west SO eliains, Ilu'iiee  south 80 chains, tlienee east SO chains to the  plaeeof beginning, containing i'.lii acres mori'.  or less.  Located June littli, hioi.  , Albert 'I'. Brook. Locator  John 'I-. Bluff. Agent  ' I Commeiiciiig al a 1'iost planted, south of  and iiiljacent to Albert '1'- Brook's claiin being  the initial posl. of Louisa ("lloyn's claim and  marked Louisa (lloyn's iiorilieast corner post,  tlienee soutli 80 chiiins; thence, west'-SO chains  lhence north 80 chains, tlienee east SO i'liains t(  the place of beginning, containing Old acres  more or less.  Located JuneJUlli. l'-'OI  I Louisa. Oloyn. Locator  ���jr! John T. Bluff. Agent  A'.b';/AA;.''AAAA^Y-NP?1PEv'AA;A'y'A''i'Ab';AA;  .���Thirty day^'after diitel the. undersigned, intend ytri apply to the 'Chief^Coiniiiissipiicrlof.  Lands aiul Works, at Victoria; for a'" Special:  Liceusctpeutiind carry away timber from.the  following, described lands in ,.Eiist Kooteiiay  District: ��� ". r '.-.. ������������'' ���.���'',",', : :'A A ���:; ' .;' A  ������- Commenciugal. a; post planted three' miles  east of C..P. R'; Block No. -Ir.00 and oil tlie south  bank of White Kiver. thence south 1(10 eliiiins.  thenco east 10 chains, tlienee iiorlli 100 chains,  theiice west Uo chains to: place of beginning  i'Oiilaining fi-10. acres.  ' /���   "',.;.   ,  ���;    ':      y;-,; yJAAlES; WHITE. LocatpriA':  Dated Juued'fiih. IDO-.I. ���;,,"-...���  ������ -���-. :A- "2sAfa  A '     b-A;-:;--: 'NOTICE.'; ,  ... Tliirty daysafterditte I the undersigned, in-  tetid to,-apply' to the. Cliief; Commissioner, of  Lands and : Works,. lit '\rictorin. for a Special  License to eiit and carry away tiniher from.the  follov/itig deseriljcd lawls in .East Kootenay  District:' '���" y': a;' :..:'.".;..'".:.'. A' 'A'". "AA '-..".'  .;,. Comiuenciiig ata'post piaiitiidthree and a  half iniles eiist.of C.'P... R.- Block..'" No'.' ���' 011  the souCh bank of White' River, thence' south  160 chains, tlienee east llichiiins. tiieiice north  HiO,chains', thenee west-KJ eunin.s to place^of,beginning containing 610 acres, 'p'.    A  ���   :���������'.  A'   A     A. C-CHAPiMAN; Locator,.   .  .   Dated June liith,'190-i   ;���; ,    Ay      .    2S  NOTICE. ...;���" " '���:���;  Thii'ty'dtiysafier dare 1 the, undersig-ned intend to' apply ,.to the Cliief Commissioner'of  Lands and ' Works, 'at.'Victoria, for a Special  License to cut and carry away timber'from the  following desi'ribeil'.lanrls' iii East Kootenay  District:.,        ."���''���.'    .'..'.      .  Cpniniencing at a post .planted" four .'miles,  east of C.P.K. Block No. Ifi'.ns. and on the south  bank of White River, thence south I(10 chains.,  thence easf ���IO_c'liains,tlieiiC'! north 100 eliains,  thence west -io chains of beginning  'containing O-IO acres b' b  " y  '..'' '   WM. OARLTN, Lncaior  . DiiteiiJu'ite 15tli. l'JOl. ��� . ..-   , w  Y.fc'Y ,  ' Gejiera J-IVI hyyiieiti t>  ,yVb:y-: ' Sl/ictMOjyiYEJ^ale'ir.  AND  ZZ :.'.Manpfactnrer-61,all. Knids1 dlALiUinbe^, b  A kii-ge'assorty ' ,zzS\  Cr i 'y'.. a ment pf seasoned Dumber avid bliiiisles alwavs" "'    '.-''���'-5'  ����~rv-..���"   ..-.-'-.....A..'-.'-       --.-.:���!.      ������-. - ���." ��� - -. - '���-.,'���'���.'���...'   ���.������������     .-:,-.      ..[.... AyY '"ZZ��x"  Z���yyy'h'     A':: .-.hy:   "   a A,   V    '    , . AV'   011 .lullld,'     -'y.h'i'        '' "'"  ';'.'"'.-      ''."���' 'A.''-'^3!  .DIMENSION". ���-LUMli'ER ;' A: ."'SPECIALTY,;  TiimmiiMimimMiimm  .NOTICE. ���  Tliirty days iifier date I the undersigned intend to apply to tlie Cliief. Commissioner of  Lands' an:! Works, at. Victoria, for a Special  License to cut and carry away timber from the  following .'described lands in Kiist Kixitenay  District: .',.;���.        ',    '"���   ���  , Coin llienei ng at a posl. planted four anil line  liilif inilcseast of C.P.R. Illock No. -InSifi and on,  tlie of White lfiVer, lhence soutli  100 eliains, tiieiice east lOclinitis, thence norlli  Hid chains; thenco wesl 10 eliains to place of'bc-  giuiiiug I'ontaiiiing iHQ acres.  . ... A. noYI.E. Locator  - |>nicil Juno liilli. linn.   ' :;s  (���   ��� . ��� ���' .i  -     ,.,.--������' yy,--   '������ i.  '     p'1:  Meat;. JVla rke t ���  T. ROBERTS. Proprietor.  Fresh iind Salt Meats  Ahyays On  Hand.  NOTICE.  Tliirty days date I the lin'li.'rsigned intend to apply lo llio, Oilier'Commissioner o'  Lauds and Worlts. at Viet.oria, for a Spi.-eial  l.ici'iisi' to cut and carry nway limber Irom ilie  following  described   lands   in   I'iasi    K'uoteiiay  iMstri'M: y :  (���iiiiiiui.-ii'.'ini* at ii post planied live iniles ensl.  j.i.r C.I'.K. Illorlt No. Ift'.iii. and on tbesoutii hank |  of While l'tiyor. tlienee south 100 i'ii:iius.-tlieiii.'c '  east I" clmins. Ilience iiorlli  100 chains. Ilience  west  lo clniins to place of beginning containing I'.lOacres. ���  ,   ������ ,  GKOIMI': OKAKY.  Locatoi  I luted June lr.ih. I'.KU. is  W';h' '���^y'y/AA^wW No''mr.ittt:r ly.'-ivat your ideas or  "'yU'hP'^kii   arc about-a-'j-ylc some ny.-..  Hi', y-^'-rk iiei'A  VVinciVcui/r 'nicdcbs  ���-  htf'AA'y&fcytf,   you.,,   Wip<.\hc;-:ter Riiics   ;  ��� py. ���   , -w"<-,,"r :  ~h0A, '-'��&;'''>(���'   ' taliljcrs,'Style;-, and. weights ;   an;i   wb.icb-  ��� Wk'*A���ii:%     tver model vou select, you   can   court   oA  "V"    J'"       ��� '  *i- -i ���  't     '  A (A.  11 i  lacing well made and  finished,  re'liab:b;  action   and a strong, accurate  sliboV-x".  /���"A*/:7:-   ,S,',.'..' yen.-   n.l/,:i' ,1,.'./  ii./.ir.-.\\   en  a  piK,ta!  x  'card   for    niir    lli-l   r,iz<-   i7/r;:;lr,j|/.'..'    eataiorju;  NCHESTER   REPEATING   ARMS, CO.  NEW HAVEN.  CONN.  ft THE: PROSPECTOR,' PORT KTEELtt;   P.. "P.,- JULY 'A.. I9P-1  ^ttte %$��0&pzct0i\  SATUJtDAY, ,11'LV ii,  li'UI  1  LOCAL NEWS.  1  -���-^uuiiUiiiiuuuutiAiiiiJiiuuiiiiUiiiiu-:-  'J1   l'<   Proctor, Nelson,   whs   n  iriiost at tlio Inipprisil Tlnirsday.  M.    A.    lie tilu   was    in    town  T'biirsdiiv.  cruviJxnririririruxnririJTj-inj^nnjTiTruTriri^ A  ^i      "    ' ' ' *       " "   '      - - - -       -       ���    '-'-.-���    .-- -.......   _     -K-��>$#:fc��<^:��---S--8��*-^-��^^  | Imperial Bank of Canada  �� CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   $4,000,000  �� CAPITAL (paid nf)) -   -   $3,000,000  | , , REST ACCOUNT       -    -   $2,850,000  g Heaid    OFFice-Toronlo.  5' T. It. MKJ1UITT. Pre&id.'iit   I). It. WILK'IK. Vice-Pr.^. and (icii. .Mini.  The-  =Q     AGENTS    IX    CKKAT    l',l!IT.\IN'     Ll.iyil-  z' London.  (Milliard   SI.  i,#  l'#  I1*  l#  3'��  l,S<  Canadian BanK oi Gdmmerce  HEAD OFFICE ��� TORONTO.'  I'n id ii|>Cii|>iliil S>K.700,0Ci(): Reserve Pund $.'!.000,000:  A^ofoiT'ii,; ItrMiiiivcs Ovt'r $8:1.000,000 Nov. Mill,  I'.KM.  I.nndo.1 Ol'l'icc; f>0 l.otnliiini Street, V.. V.  \'o\��   v<nk Ol'l'icc:  III Ivxclillllge Place.  And 110 brunches in Piiutidii and llio Pnilod .Stale-*.  Xul,s   lioljorlson   w'ti^  up from  Pi<h L'ikc.i ranch  Tlmi'sdny.  T   Love of Cranbrook   spent u  few hours m io\v!i Mondav.  Kini 1   I tank,-,   was   down   from  Un1 Davdfiudlcs mincMondav.  ip*  5*  *  as  -^ , ���    A CVncral Uunkiti^ P.ti'-me^ 'Pi-stiir-tn-t������.(!.  Saving.-. Bank Departim'Til.��� I nlerost a.llowod on doposits,  ,].K   _     F. C. MALPAS. Manager.   ��  H,--uiouuiuuft  m��iuii< -J.-Fr-M.-PINKH AM? Manager.. ,��j*-    -    -      '-. ���     -*      _- -    -    '- I  2-1        _ '. 6 <*######s-ir-��&<:*-*.^  drui&ij\jui5��KiinrittiJ^  - Last week, while workinn ai  the Tiger-Poonnan mini1. .Iohn  Larsen caught a tine ,i wo \ ear'  old mountain ypal.  North Star Lodge,  NO. 30.  A.   F, AND A.  M.        C.   R.   B. C.  FORT STI'KI.K. li. r" ;  . HtfHuiar  mcBuncN���ni'Tuc-iiav i'i t-.ioi. I torctl In t he St rat hcona Monday  niotilb :it eight o'olcck      Visititu; Hi.nne>-ii ur. _ .   cordially invited.  ���  I     C   1'j. Smith.   Marysville,   was  ; registered      ;it      ihe    .  Imperial ,  !Thur-d;iv ' j      Henry     furrows,     liidilel'ord,  ',    t L ���,��� ' '     | Ktigliiiid. K a uuest ai   the   ivm-  !     T    llhikeny.   prineipal   of the j donee   of, Mr.    and   Mi's,    John  1 public- school, was at NeKon   on j Chaining this week  i business I his week.' '  It Will be to Your Interest.  !     N.   (a-iswold.    (.'runbrook.    iv.  McLennan. Fornio,   were   rogi.-.-  11   j on  coni.Mujihiti'   i wiliiiu ,iho Si.  I.i'i ils K\.|>o-it jon. 10,-ivi.n  n-balilc in ���  ,.     . , 'A , i kH'tuaTfoti   a-   li'   r.tili-o.iil   �� n n'.'.  ilu-  Durum  ihe   past   week    crest i .      ... ,,    ,   .,   ,   , .,  ,,,,   ,.,,,. .        ��� .���    '    i i n i bi     i<>w��"-i nit.'- .inn ill.- 1h>n(   i'oiiIi'-,.      \No  i-., k- kivit Loam:, i troiij, n-cjuii un -ut^'-,  ti res have beon�� prevalent   m)u h i       , ....        ���..,.;  .���If   >ir,t I.'rliW* nf .-u-h mnm', ' c   I >       .   C>.        l        I ��� ; ;l-i     Id     Ideal     I'dtUl I! li ills     III    .-.I      l.i.UN:,1 I ruu> orculi uiom... . Of h Oft  btOt'lo J UlK't lOU. i, ,  | Ildti'N.  l'!C. t'tC.  ���        -r-  , -, . ,     .1      11   vou   will   ut'Ue   lite  tiiuli'i'.-ii^iiL'tl.  Jav I slier was uoivti troni  i ho ' ,   .  .-.V. .   ,     .     ���       , . ���.l.mi!.     wii.i' ion   \on   il.'-iri',  .1. Hi-,LOP, Si-cr-tary-     . S.t     MiU-V  s    flVCr,.  lOiiiTUlg Oil 1)1 p  FOOT FLY PAPER  Cranbrook I.ocIkc, Cruubrook, rejjular nicet-  uiK^ held on the thi'il Thur-tlui of i-,ich mout!i  Mondav  .^(ViVtVirV iVff'rVr��Vir i f if 111 i'i i iViVi'i'i'iV ii'iV 1V11A^  j Rocky Mountain Chapter j,lh,s v.oek-  u i,ue,l-0  ^ XO.  125.  li. A. M. ' if I Mrs. D  McNeish.  ":�� '  ' �� , ii I    ^ FOKT  STEJ5LK.  B. U. i-  '-* ' "i^  fs J lec'iilar meeting's:���2ntl Tue?- :��  r2 day   in   ettch    uiont,)]    at   .^isht J:  % o'clock.                            i if  r* ��-���  -* ���-  ^j Sojourniny Coinpitnion--    inv L3;  r;, cordiallv invited.             , "  i liie -utile will   ho   [ii'Oni|itl\    ItirnUlioil.  Ii   wo  iio  not   have   ii   on,   will  ���i-^   .    '->-u     . mi     , .'wtiiv ii lor von, il i>\  and  ttiili-  ioin    t\oben>   was     at    Llko , ,,  ,   .,      _      , ; on; an\ expon-i' to yon.    Aililro������  H. ll.��Tl\VM\3\'LY*. I'iMiinioiviiii Akoiii.  UL'Tliiril Sti'.'Ol.   l^oi'lluiiil. Oiv.  Walt Edwards. andoH. J. Brock i 5=s  Cranbrook. spent, Sunday las: at I   WANTED IMMEDIATELY AGENTS.  S3teL ' '     'I'd     -eit     i-Viut   ux'o.-..   Ra.-n'iiot'i-y.  Ooo-eliei'i-v   ami   Currant  JiusliL^.' .^'C.  Uovonimeiii Agent Armstrong-  was ut Steele on oiriei".! business  ?. I Tuesdav,  ^ Jajij-S UlriLOe. Scribe- E.    'i  ;�� 2"  ^iii>ii><< iiii i ii > 11 j > i>i> ilia mi ii n ii ii i i*ji i iv^-  GoikI ]),i\ weekly: Outlii ft-ee. Thoro.  . i- tiii;'money in tlii* work I'or trust-  1 worihv men..  Patetit JVledieiries  Ladies Dry Goods  Cigars and Prtiits  Professional.  HARVEY, McCARTER & DUNBAR  BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS'  cuAxmiooK.    -    n.o.'  R.    L.   T.��� Galbraith'.   Indian; ovrci; wo ACKfiS.      ,  front,   visited   the   St.    Eugene j    We have, under ctiltivatioii; ovoi-HOO  ^Mission Wednesday. "        , here- of Cursory  Stock including  tlie  .  | choicest and be-,1 varieties for Orchard  Wednesday    was    the    hottest  and Garden planum..    We will deliver  day tnis summer so far"the  maximun point reached was H2  in the shade.  g. w. f. garter; b.g.l.  A'otorii  1'iiblic of British ,<Aoluinitio  Col loci ion of account;, itlteiideil lo.  A u'dil iiiji :��� nrl Icecpiny of liookh'done  with ('ori'cw]ioiideiici'Milicit-.  ed. i ' , -        ,.  .<!. W. lb (JAIITK.It, I'Virt Steele. K.i'.  rr H OMAR    M c V T rP T 1 E  F> . L . S .   cCr   C E .  Korl, Steele B.C.  l-'diir Stkui.i: Oi:vi:i.oi'Mi:n'I'-Svndioatk Ltu  CIS IjciuIi'iiIiiiII Slirut,. London. l"'.UKl:inil.  N. A.  WALLINGER, "     FORT STEELE,  POST OPFICK HOX 8,  Foit Sale:-;-Young Yorkshire  \dg>, (males), best English strain  elidible for registraiiofi.- , A. B.  Smith.'Fort Steele. B.C.   ,  a     ''   ��� 1  E. S. Dennisou.lJ. A. Motherwell and O. H. Duiibsir, Cranbrook. were a'moiig the visitors  io Fort Steele on Sunday last.  T. Ll. Gallon, C. C. B. Kwott  and G. B. Mason, Cranbrook.  were registered at the Imperial  Sunday last.  Most, fishermen who rol-urnod  l'rdm fishing trips on Sunday  last seem lo have had but little  luck". ,  Mrs. li. W. Ross and children,  accompanied by Mrs. Stewart,  arrived at Steele Thursday.  They will reside at Steele during  the summer months.       '    ���  rood;- to cui-iomei-^ in yooil conditiou  freight paid. Our agents have every  advantage that tlii.- line of business etui  oiler them. Apjjly now for terms. ,  PErilTA-M'NURSKRY COMPAXY, .  Toronto, Ontario.  X.B.- -Will make arrangements foi  local iiyenoy or for the hiindling of ex-  clii-ive territories., I'.N.i 'o.  NOTICE.  Kl-.-l'K("l IN(.    CiUI.   AND  I'll'I'ltdliKIIM    HSHS  IN SOl'TIIKAST Kor.'niNAV.  ].   (i.   CUMMINGS        ''    An   order-in council has been  passed permittinir settlers to cut  civil engineer (],.y   Umber  on   Dominion lands  Provincial    Land   Surveyor"111^ railway  belt in Briiish Co-  ' lumbia at 2o cents per  thousand  feel, board measurement.  FORT  STEELE.  B? C.  GEARY  & DOYLE.  ,     A   ������beauty   doctor"  has  pub-    | lishetl an article on -'How to Re-  'duce the Size of the Nose".   The  Livery,   Feed   &   Sale   Stable.       bes< treatment lor the nose is to  Fort Steele B.C '.keep   il   out   ol    other   people's  NOTIC10 i^ bi'icby jrivon iiml lieeiisc- lo  prospect, foi eonl iimi iH'Iroleiun upon .nui  iiinlor liuuK situatotl within lilock 1..MW. Sotilli-  Kiist Koolenay. will be issuud lonliwiili to nil  peisons who li.ivc lniuk' propi'r application, in  pui'Miiiiicu of the piovisions oi the 'Coal Mines  Act" ami amendment-.  Tlie fee for each lieen-e will l.e rlOO. ami all  applicants who have not depo.Mlcil aecepteil  bunk clieijnes io-eovor thiit amoutit aie hereby  iCKHiiciI to iio so without further notice  License- "ill bryisMioi! m the followins; form  viz.: -  ���Minimi L'iciinck 1ssi;i:d Undi:h   iiiuCoai,  AIlNE^ ACT AND AMKNd'mKN'Is.  H  GENERAL   MERCHANT.  liejjuliir   Daih   Staye   ineel-   all  tniinn at Fiii-t Steele Junction.  iiiVaird.  'In con-irleriinon ot one hniulreil ilollar- now  piiui nuclei the saiil Arts, and '���abject to tiie  p��n i-ions tliereof. J, W. S. Oorc. l>epul.v Coiu-  mi.ssioner. acting for the Chief Commissioner  of LuikK and Woiks. licence '  to enter, prospect,, search and woi k  .lor co'il and petroleum (lnitno other metnl 01  mineral), upon, in and under all tlinl, piece or  pnreel of land ";itiiat" in and formint;  part of Block ���! 3'��:*, Kast Kootenay District, ami  described as follows:���  nnd .ioi cweeilinj; in the whole .six'  huiHlred und forty statute acres.  u  "Owni^r   io   the   imnilioi    >.l   appliciints   fori   ^  i J.!_  licences  lo  prospecl  lor coal and petroleum. I-.  CARLIN & DURICK  ] ,in<l  tlie  peculiar cn'cuiiis-tnneis   sunounilin.  the  npnliL'iLtioii   for   .mil    I'-siianco   nl    ihu-e  NOTICE.  SADDLE .V PACK HORSE? ' po  TKAMINO Of ALL KINDS A SPLCIAl.T\     hiWaH :Llul   hai'VOSI ill-   machiue-      ry: iarini'r.-? and ranchers should  .it once .-end in I heir orders, and  "jljtain   repairs  lor   that   make  takk n-otici: th..t-iMy,tn.,.,-..: ,1,,... j   Tho McCormick mower and rake  l���temito.1IiiiiMo,,1,1..,'i.,ii���,-,i-.'t1,,u',.!i.. especialK-   adapted   I'or this  c��ir\ awav titnlii.'i troni ilie toll'.u in..'.!(-i ���  in .1 ' .      ��� l  i.uiiK in sonti. i-.a-t Kimti'iui ;ouniry bi'niir ��;irontrer and more  Cunimi'iii'in^ at ,i po-t plaiit'-ii n. nrtin-I'.'rr> ;-iurable thilU Olllt'I'S Oil the  Creek Hydraulic Mining Company \m!.1<- on | ,|-,arkel���tloil'l put Oil till lllChlSt  I'trrj   (-II-.-L. cioou.   ou.-h.ili   n.|l.   ..Imi.    in. ���       u      fj|Kliliir     0I||      wlllll      VOU  falls  on   we-t   s.iH   ot  .'ff-ek    iheiic   Melon.-1 . .      '    .  mile ihcrii'.- noith on.- mil. ihen.-e east on- | Want. U^ ll take* lime tO^ obtill!)  ami,one-fourth miles to Perry Creek., thenee up ; ifoods--and only a limited StOClf  lierry place ,of heitiniiiug. .'ontaiiiin- j'of CXtl'ilS will be Oil  hand. "\  . rt-to'acreH wore or less..���  Dated this lilth ilt.yof'.luiie.lWH.  ���J5   .'    ' ...    .IKROME O. TROW, i,  E.  C.   Miller   havitiy    bOOIl    an- ' li('c"ses, and the well-knon fact thai   the ismi-  .;���i^/-l  .w,-,,���i  r,^.. i l-.���r\,T^,r.��� .. , -, l   I .mce has been unavoidablj   snspendeil  tor so  iintecl auent ior tie McLormiclc ! .,    ,,   ,, ,,,,.,  ���  ���-,   , . "��"."uii    manv months. Ihe Oovernmenl  ol  liui-i  Co-  ���r  GENERAL  MERCHANTS  Fort Steele,  ^^ B.C.  o V!  ���7?  NOTICE.  '.To   Waller (,'.:  Hureliett.  aiiil    to  .my other i  .,- Tom Roberts, was atbVIarys-  yille .WftcJnesday'.' , Tom says that  ���Steele is its good to do business  ;u,yas .any   other,   town    in   the  list. riot..  . parly or I'.'rtit'S to '.vhom   Iu:   may  h.'iY'.-";  fcrred. iiiA   (ntcn'sl.   in, the   'Galon'!'   Mii'i��-r:il|  cialui  .liinale  mi   Siillivnn   llill.  in   Ihe   Fori iv'   The  regular   ffl Oil til ly     llieet.i 11^  ���idc'eli'Minim; Division,-Kiiv'i KooK-iiiiy. nritiHii'i',.,-r  J\-(,|'tb  St,III'   Loll "n     A   \<y    it   A  y^t^i'Uiiyoiioyiyiri- ..en:.,, j��� \ w��ys .li��.-lti...t Masonic Mali on  iiiiji-etl williiii ninelV.lays rrnm th.-. first i'   |   I Uesdil.V   ���(! Veil lilif    UlSt. 'I'hen.'  eiition of this ni.l.jeiY to pay lo   the j vv.'IS a.  lil.r^c. ill (.(.'Ilda DCC.  the suui <>f *H-'.IKI. thi' iniioii'nt exp'.i'lilud'l.y l.lni ,  on voui' inli'iest In siiid  clnirn   lor !isucs--mV-nt. ; ...... , ���  work lip to lh.; lltii.lay of November,. 1!��;:|.        .;,, .MANAt'iKK      \\'.\ N'I'KI),   ,  AND I'-CKTIII-nt TAKK NOTICK. iliiii.nn : Triisl wi.rt li \, lady i.i- o-^nt.lf.iiiiiii Id  l.-ss said piiymi.Mit, ti>i;"llii'r all i-iisf. of i innniiy.'.' l.u.-iiiivs in this ('(iliiil ry and  iiilvertlsliiir "is imiil uiihin' tin- i i in ������ 'aboveA ail jin'iii nir 'I rrritury for u-i-J 1 iiml favor-  sliili'il. .voui-iiil"i"st. In subI cluini   ..lii.l)   hipsi- t    linii-.-     iifM.lid     liniiiiiMiil  ti. ilie un'i"isik'ii'"i ..n ih-i'i.ii.ii or .said I'xi.i-inii ��� I siiinilint:.    y-'n.nn sii-idi;iii   cusli   salni'v  :'' ���   '   ���   A .,,,,1     ,., ,.       1.1      i.       m       i.V.  lumbia llncls it imiui-sible to ili'teiinini' ilie  eiliiitiible rights of the nnmeious applicant  Tliuvtfoie. lor ilie puipose of enabling all pei'-  sinis to s-'O before tlie pioper lor the  detei munition (if their lespectlve imkIii- and  pnoiities, this licence is issued iiml ncccpicd | }&,  siilijui'i to such prioi i l(,'hts of otl.ei peisonsas | :S.  iniij e\i-l by law. nnd the date of this licence j V,  is not to be taken or held as in any sense di-tPi- fr,  mining such priorit>. and im ihei it shall not \ JjA  be tiiken or held to waive eiuiuiry hy the Courts ! "} -j'  into th- proper puilornuincft ol all con lilions ' A  inecedi-nt as lienveen adverse, claimants, and ! ,Vs  inrtlier. on the understanding that tlie Gov - ! \A  eminent sin. 11 not be held responsible for; or' ff,  in 'connection with, any conflict which may s-ja:  arise with other claimants of tlie same 'ground," tat.  and thnl under no cireiimsliiiii'i'.s will licence  fees be refunded. A  ' "Anil Ihe. holder hereby waives any eliiiin or  ili'iiiand iiKaiiipt I heGovoi-ninonl. and jxpressly  agrees mil to ialic any steps i.r piiK-eeiliiiKS. or  in'iisent any pelillon, Lo enforce any allotted  ��� -.In1111 or deinaiid atraiiisr Ihe (lovci'iimenl. of  Ilie- I'rovin.-e nf llrilish iirisinK out  of the IsKiiani'i'nl this' nr of uny other  iniitler nr llilin: a|i|.ei' Ibei'elo.  "The bind helm; undei- reserve from pre.  I'lnptloii iiu.1 kiiIo Ibis lici'iice. does noi inelnili'  any iliiil olhj'i- tloin Ihe. rinhl. In prospccl rorj  coal and jiel.roleiini.  "Tim duration i.f this lieence Is for ime. ye.ii'  from Ihe . Ilni   .  { 1_  +; Agionts foi;  Giant Powder Co., Con's.  Massey Harris Co., Ltd.  &  Short   Line  ���ro  St. Paul.   Duluth,  Minneapolis. Chicago  \NI1  AM.  POINTS   HAST   '  Seattle,   Tacoma, Victoria,  Portland  INI.  AM.  PACIFIC COAST  POINTS  Tlirouo'li Pulnco unci Tourist SUjep-  ors. Dinino anil liiifl'ct ymolriny tili-  rary ,C'ai>.  I'AS'l'   'I'KAIN'y  OVEKI.AND DAILY  l^or ral.e.s. folders; ami lull information regard in>> trips, call on or tuld rcss  K.C. VI-^KKK, O.W.l'.A..  S(!iil,tle. Wasli.    ���  H. UKANDT. C.l'. .v T.A., 701 \V.  Kivei'sido Ave, .Sjiokani'. Wash.  SHORT LINE  BETWEEN  5TPAU ['"CHICAGO  OMAHA'-CHICAGO  KanVCitr'CHICAGO.  rf  H;ive.;jnst received two  Carloads of   ��  4'FARM "WAGONS, LOGGING TRUCKS 4  :       : Km DEMOCRATS..' ;  m  ,<���. r.      ;' '..��� .; ,      -,..���'  <��>��� Plows, ,1-Iavinil'  and Hiir\-cs1.ini;' rPools. lin-     Ay  W   ])lemt!ii1.s of all kinds. ' '  W^  &*��.  ijw����|  Mining Supplies h\m\  Hardware.  %  y  THIS ,N< i'I'K'I'',  is given nn.ler Seeliim, I  nf  Ihe  -Miner;!!'Art Aiiieiiilment. Ael, 1!>00".  IjA'I'KI' tliis-JiSlli <lfty "f .lnno. lfliM.  ,   ..-        . \V11,1.1AM .1.   I.AXi ; l.l'.V  ami i'.\|i.-n-(-i- |i.'tiil I'.'ich Monday liy  .���lii'i'k iliri'i't friiin lii:aili|n:n't,ers. V.x-  pi'iisi' inoiicy ndvunci.'d, Position 'permanent. Address Maiia^i'i-, ,SI0 C'lmio  Block, Chiwi'jjo. Ulinois.  ':-1,1,111,1, <'urnmissy,:',-'';;yrAv,];ir#\$ Mr3r Goods*'         Mats   and   Caps :*  ,r"f",     , ���.                         \h. Boots   and   Shoes.     '      '     .$  ������ Cunts un,I   Uork-s Iliiii,rlnienly          ' ;>., ,.���:  :   '            V'i ��� '  '��� I H.C..                . J!H, ."'���': j  V   ' ',���������'                                  )>.  U.   !���-. l.KKI'iX.                        .  Chii f t'liiiOiiissiiitt, r nf Lands <|-  \l'i>rl:s.  Lit mix mid W'nrl.s Pe/iiti'lni, nl,  Victoria, li.f.'.. nth .luin, iuii/i.   '   ,.'/'  ft-'  y  General Merchandise.  -'Ar-  i  ffi*&>2j&*'&x&jtt&  -:������; -;^'>- ^���:>-^^>-:^:>:.^c)ec^  Your attention ,is called to the.  "Pioneer Limited" trains of the "Mil-'  waukeo & St Paul JRai'iway." "The only  jierfect trains in the world."  Yoii will Iind it desirable' to ride on  those trains when��� jfoing1 to any jioint in  the Eastern States or'Canada,.,-They "  conneet with all Transcontinental  Trains., aiul all Ticket Agents sell  tickets. .    ' . b  For further information, pamphlets,  ���.���tu, ask any Ticket, Agent or  It. 'L. PORO, 11., S, KOWIC,  Pass. Ayenl, General AirchL,  SPOKANP,. PORTLAND:  ANDREW    N.EIDIG  GONTRftGTOR     and    BUILDER  IIOUSI'I AND SIGN l'MNTINO  CAI.OIMINING mid I'APKR HANGING  FOKT STEELE, B. C.  iW'   All   work proinpUy done.


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