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 V  i  Vol. 9.  BORT STBBBB, B. C,  SATURDAY, MARCH  14-, 1908.  No 11.  *  Oi  tfa  \ti  \ii  \ii  \ki  it.  t  \il  Of  Or  -  MINES AND MINING.  Conducted under the nuspices oi.tlie  Fort Stoolo  Miners'   Association.  .IAS.  .AllUiAW.  II.   W. KoSS. Sec.  issued the circular seems 1o,have  Ibeeii  to ?bring pressure to bear  upon the government to remove  |.the i'per cenl tax   on  output of  mines, aud emiql ;t law giving  I crown grants'to placer properties  Southeast  Kootenay as a  Smelting Center.    ���  Pew mining section's enjoy the  advantages and opportunities  I'oi^suceessful smelter operations  as does Southeast Koolenay.  Successful ore- reduction must  have   cheap   I'uol   and    such   ;t  variety of ores as to be self-fluxing: This is why largo reduction  'works   have   in   many   instances  .i,nni,��-nEioi-iiialiiiil :it,���noints���re--  mole from mines. A- groat  variety of ores are needed to insure fluxing .charges containing values. These, are seldom  found iii one locality, and in  most instances ores wore  drawn  from groat distances to smelters  near the supply of fuel.  A few years ago the people of  Rutlo hailed with delight fhe advent of the 'Northern Pacific  railroad because they could ship  ' lite ores of their mines to seaboard and thence to Swansea  Wales. The Coour d'Alcnes today, by reason of-having but  one class'of ore, ship their product to Omaha. Denver and  points ' east   ,of    the   Missouri  river.  liy ihe,development of coal in  Monlana'the smelting situation  has (-hanged and great/ prosperity to' the mining industry has  come as a rosu.lt.    ,��� �� - .  ,, Until" recent years tho charges  for smelting varied from Si0.00  to &KUI0 per ton. Coupled to  this were 'transportation charges  of an ecpial amount. Those penalties naturally rendered unprofitable anything but the highest  grade ores.  In'this rospect the Kootenays  enjoy unusual advantages.  Ores are reduced, at less cost  in West Kootenay than any  other place in the world: in some  instances as low "as ��:;..">U per Ion  Several condition.-- conlributC'to  this result, but to the cheapness  of-colco may be given the greatest credit.  The largest item of cost, however, is the transport til ion of  coke.' This coke is shipped from  East Kootenay, and with tho  "cost of transportation oliminatcd  and other conditions being c<|nal  it is plain thai Southeast Kootenay offers an inviting Held for  the successful , opcralion of  smelters and ore-redact ion  works. In' I ho midst of the  metal mines is the largest area  of tho best coking coal in the  world: and, as to the other conditions., they are all that, can be  desired. In the matter of Muxes  they are all- at hand. In most  instances lliey are contained in  fhe ores, and where not, they  exist in abundance in tho locality  Climate and walerpower are  going to waste, whose use some  day will work marvels iu our  midst. These latent resources  only need the touch of the industrial genius .to transform  them into sources of great  wealth.  Smelting as   a Business.  No business has paid Ihe   promts  on   the   capital   invested -as  has the business of smelting.  Tlie Boston and . Colorado  Smelting Company, of Argo,  noar Denver, Col.; started with  a small capital a few years ago,  and has paid- since then,  dividends on $1,250,000.    I  The. Grant .-Smelting .Company  commenced    with   a-capital    of  Si00,0011,   and   it   is  now paying  dividends on $:',,000,o0().  The    Kansas    City   Smelting  Company   commenced    wil.li   a  comparatively small capital, and  it   is   paying    dividends    upon,  several millions of stock. ,  About fifteen other such establishments have grown up in  the w'ost, in the last twenty years  and have been making money at  an iinusual rate.  The reason for this is not far  to find. A custom' smelter bears  fhe same relation to the mining  commnnity'that a well-conducted  bank does to the business of'a  town; except, perhaps, the  public knows less of the secrets  of its vast profits. It is the mineral broker through which the  wealth of the mines, "pass, at  whatever margin il wishes'to  exact. In many instances only  enough has been left the miner  to allow him to work his mine.  Smelting companies that do a  strictly custom business show  unquestionably, for the amount  invested; thor largest profits of  any .industry in America. There  are instances of capital iiivosted_  in- smelting companies being"  turned fi\;e times in one year,  and each iiine ��� the: margin has  boon twenty per centP of the  amount handled.        .   '    '< :  .A"smelter assumes no risk. It  simply buys ores at a greatly reduced value, then attaches all  sorls of penalties for smelting: deducting for moisture,- assumed loss of values in reduction,1 discounts and commissions  for marketing bullion etc. Yet,  notwithstanding all those drawbacks the mining industry has  grown out of all proportion to  sin ell ing. This i.s especially  the case in localities not  favorably situated for the operation of smelters. Tho essential  qualities for a smelter situation,  are cheap fuel, diversied char-  actors of ore and diverging lines  of railroads.  These things aro rapidly assuming shape in Southeast  Koolcnav.  Industrial Notes.  Rcoenlly a twenty-four dollar  nugget was picked up in , the  sluice-box of the Thompson  shaft on- Perry creek.  The Kootenay, Placer Mining  Company on Perry creek, has  purchased .from Nils l-Janson a  sawmill to be set up near its  property, to equip the mine with  Humes and buildings. The mill  was hauled to the mine during  the week. -  , Oplion to  purchase  has  been  DISTRICT   NEWS   NOTES.  Kootenay Central Railway Survey.--Board of Trade Meeting.  ��� Will Entertain Delegates ���  Hard on Cattle. ���  Advance in Price of Lead.  given by the owners of a <rronp  of claims on Wild Horse creek:  to eastern Canadian people.  The consideration is said to be  $100,000. Included in the group  are the'TiTTor-Tat. owned by D.  Griffith, and the Dardanelles  owned by the Banks Brothers.,  There 'is a sawmill at' the  station consigned to Robinson  and Company. Jt has been  turned over to the Crow's Nest-  Pass Lumber Company who will  sett it up as an auxiliary lo its  plant at Wardner.  The .advance iu the price of  cad is put ting a new aspect upon'  the mining' sit tuition, which is  likely io stimulate all branches  of the industry, but if is probable tint it will be some time bo-  fore ii��}jMl'eet will be felt. Some  time ago the management of the  St. Eugene stated that it would  not resume operations until lead,  reached \3 pounds. This does  not "iii^an.    however,    that,   the  government be urged to resist to  the inmost ihe said claims of  C.P.R. in the'Elk River valley.  And that the government should  without delay open up tlie reserved areas.' in Southeast  Kootenay. to prospectors and  settlers on fair and equitable  terms, reserving, however, for  the province a portion of the  coal and- petroleum lands, and  retaining reasonable supervision  and control over ihose granted  to locators.  GENERAL NEWS NOTES.  Appointed to Canadian Counsel ���  Kootenay Valley Lands.���Mexico on Gold Basis.���Market  Conditions   and Metal   Quota-  (i  tions.'  Copper Steadily, Rising.  GOVERNMENT  CAUCUS.  Are   Confident of Being   Able   to  Carry   on Affairs'of the  ' Province.'  A caucus of govern ment supporters was concluded on Saturday last, all tho^ members were  bound over to secrecy. ' >  The ministers seonA'in very  good spirits and there is little  doubt,that as a result of the conference they believe and know  that they can carry on tlie affairs  of the province exclusive of any  other supporters but, that of  their' avowed followers.    '  OFFICERS ELECTED.  Convocation   of  Rocky   Mountain  Chapter R. A. M-  Personal Mention.  .I tunes Gronin. manager of the  St. Eugene, is in California.  Albert �� Banks is making his  winter headquarters af Pernio.  King Edward has become the  owner of a, mine on the Klon-  dyke.  Andy Baxter and Harry Barr  aro engaged in freighting  powder from fhe railway to the  Ptarmigan niinos.  J. S. Parker, general manager  of the North Star mine, has been  elected vice-president of the  Dundee Mining, Company, of  which he is  a director.'  Walter VanArsdalen, who recently sold some of,his interests  at the head of HorsoshoeCanyon,  i.s af Spokane in an effort to interest Spokane people in some  of his properties.  O. J. Johnson, Karl Ncitzel  and others have incorporated a  company called fhe St. Eugene  Mountain Company, to work a  group of claims adjoining the  St. Eugene at Moyie.������  .ludson Langley has returned  from his trip to Victoria, where  he went its a. delegate to the  mining convention. .He says the  principal   object   of   those   who  The regular monthly convoca-  tion of Rocky Mountain Chapter  R. A. M.', was held Tuesday  evening. Visiting companions  from Fernie and Wardner were  in attendance. The annual election of officers for the ensuing  year resulted as follows.  .J AM MS A.  llAUVEV.     Kx-(Vmip  li. L. T. (i.M.nUAiTii. ���'     A  A,.   li.'li'U.UIK. ���'        ���'    -  I)". McKay.'  (iKO.oSCOTT. ' '     "   ..  Amikkt Guv:/.. "   .  .1. LinmcoAT. ' ������   ..  Installation of officers will take  place Tuesday April 1-1.  mine will bo opened immediately,  Before; a mine of the St.  Eugene's capacity can resume  operations, if will be necessary  to male.1 contracts for'its product  for six mouths or a year. Tf the  price of lead continues upward  it is probable that the company  will sei'ure such contracts:  The price of copper is steadily  rising, and stocks are said to be  low. if this continues it will be  no small item in the cause of the  prosperity of the Kootenays.  Kootenay Central Railway.  Surveying will soon commence  on the proposed, Kootenay ^Central railway. ,and there is every  reason to believe that, cons'trtic-  lion of tho road will follow close  upon iho completion' of the  survov.'  Board <of Trade Meeting.  The regular monthly .meeting,  of the Fort Steele Board of  Trade was held on Thursday  even.Aig. > T]\e uiily' matter of  im porta nee before the board ,was  ,thc election of "delegates to' the  meeting of the Associated Boards  of Trade, which takes place at  Pernie on Wednesday next.  .1. A. Harvey, A. B. Grace and  L; W. Pat more were elected as  delegates. With j'.'-T. Laidlaw.  .1. U. Langley and H. Kershaw  as alternttles. ,.  Upon, motion of .1. Walsh,  seconded by .).' C. Langley, .1. A.  Harvey, H. Watt. .J. T. 'Laidlaw  and A. B. Grace wore elected as.  delegates, to attend the Fifth  Congress of Chambers of Commerce of the Empire, which will  be held af Montreal. Aug. 17fh.  Hard on Cattle.  v..  s.. io.  s.x.  s.  .1.  Predicts  Dissolution.  lion.' Israel Tarto, writing  from Ottawa to La Pa trie, regarding the political situation  says:���"Tf tho Iirst, minister's  health does not, improve, parliament will bo dissolved during  the coming fall.''  Reports received at Fort Steele  from Tobacco Plains and other  points in the Kootenay valley  indicate that the weather for the  past month has been most severe  on cattle and horses than for  several years.  Will Close Coal Mines.  Loggers' Association.  The executive of the Loggers"  Association met at Vancouver  last week, and decided to call a  mooting of ihe entire association  to counteract tho efforts of mill-  men who they claim are trying  to induce tho Provincial Government to do away with tho practice of issuing special timber  licenses.  Canadian Mining Institute.  DOMINION PARLIAMENT  MEET  '   ,      "   ���  The, Session  Promises' to   be^ a  Long and Busy One.  A- '  , Ottawa, Out.. March I ..���Parliament opened this' afternoon  with the' usual, ceremonies. The  session promises to be a long  and busy one. In the first place  the government has a long and  important, bill of fare for presentation and in addition to this a  large number of public and  private bills are to bo introduced  Railway legislation, it is expected, will be,the question of paramount importance, 'and the  struggle between the Trans-Canada and fhe Grand ��� Trunk railways will be watched with interest. Both companies w.ill iio  doubt,ask for public aid and fhe  Trans-Canada people think they  have rather fhe "better of it.  They already' have a charter and  added to this, have .the support  of many of Sir Wilfrid Lauricr-'s  followers from Quebec.  Tlie revision bf fhe tariff is another1 matter that will demand  much attention. Tho deputation  that will be present from all  parts of the Dominion will, keep  fhe grass on Parliament hill well  worn, for the indications, are  that the session will extend far  into the summer.  ' The redistribution bill will  also bo disposed of, and this requires much attention, for every  member of the _00 constituencies  in Canada that will be affected  will have something to say about  tho measure. Among the other  important government measures  will be a .bill providing for a  railway commission, and a bill  providing for the settlement of  sfr kes by arbitration. ,The  Alaska boundary affair will also  be'one of the important matters  of discussion. On the whole, it  is apparent that the members  have an arduous session before  them.      _      __   Will Entertain Delegates.   .  For Launch of Colorado.  Philadelphia. Pa.. March 13.���  Work on the armored cruiser  Colorado, which is destined to  outrank anything in the .cruiser  line in the United States navy,  is being pushed with all possible  haste by the ^Cramps and unless  there i.s an unexpected'hitch the  vessel will bo given its baptism  in   the  waters  of  the,Delaware  rriifi-  earl1^.-;! n=f lie-/-,omi nfr���mrinU  The Extension coal mines near  Nanaimo, are lo bo closed on  April 1st. This will throw I.OOO  men out of employment.  Vancouver Strike.  R-ugono Cosfe, engineer of the  Provincial Natural Gas & Fuel  Company, was elected president  of fhe Canadian Mining Institute  15. B. Kirby, Kosslaiui; .1. H.  Tonkin. Pernie, and S. P.  Harris. Rholt, wort; elected to  lhecouiio.il. It wa.-. decided to  hold the iipxI annual meeting in  Toronto.-   "  A Southeast Kootenay Reserve.  Vancouver.   ' March     Kl.-No  change   in   the   strike sit tuition.  Prevailing  reports   are    to   the  effect that it, will be a, long and  bitter tight.    City   council   delegation   failed   lamentably' in'ani    The following important reso-  endeavor to .mediate between Iho ! hit ion was'carried at, the mining  Company     iind'    the     'AR.K.K.  convent ion ;i (Victoria,  brotherhood. Resolved, thai   the   provincial  The Pernie Board of Trade  are making , extensive 'preparations towards entertaining the  delegates of the Associated  Hoards of Trade which will  meet in convention at Ferine on  Wednesday March   IS.  Cheaper Postage.  Sir William Mullock has obtained the consent of the postmaster-general of England lo  reduce the rate of Canadian  newspapers and periodicals  posted in Canada for transmission to England to the same rate  as if posted for delivery in Canada. The reduction look place-  on Saturday last,  In 'Southeast Kootenay aside  from the big silverAoad mines,  the mineral wealth.of fhe Rocky  and Puree) 1 mountain, ranges is  now attracting Iho attention of  mining men.    ���  completion  of   the   Colorado   is  looked for.ward to wit If great interest in naval circles as fhe ship  .  is the first of a class  practically" '  new    iii, . the    American   navy.  Coupled with tremendous battery ��  power, almost.'if not quite  equal    ;  to that of tlie avarage battleship  of the first class,  she  will   have  the speed of an ocean   liner, audit i.s  doubtless   not, too much to ��  expect of  Tier   that. should  she '  ,  sight, tlie  smoke of almost any  of   the   so-called   ocean  - grey- ���  hounds on the horizon at sunrise "  she could bring theiit under her r  guns by nightfall. She will have  a length of r>0_ feet, and  to fulfill the contract, slie must, steam    ,  twenty-two  knots'for four consecutive hours.  Kootenay Valley Lands.  ' T, G. Proctor'hits again taken ,  up . the management ' of the  Kootenay Valley Land Company  with which he was ' connected  with -for several years. Tlie  Company's lands are principally  situated in the Kootenay valley  from Canal Plat to Tobacco  Plains.  i  ���    ��������������� (i   i  Canadian Counsel.     <  T. C. Wade of Winnipeg has  boon appointed as one of fhe  counsel to prepare Canada's case  for presentation to the Alaskan  boundary commission.  Mexico on Gold Basis.  There is a growing belief thai  before the end of the year  Mexico will have adopted practically a trold basis, with modifications to suit local needs. The  continued fluctuations of silver  affect trade and are now being  felt in ev.erv business industry.  "  East Kootenay Stock.  Asked.  V2  Bid.  *110.  Crow's Xt-.-it ("oal...  Nortli .Star   Sullivan  .":  St. F.U��Ulli:  :-i."i  Silvor-lead Quotations  Xi'w York-. March !���'!:  J>:u- .Silver   Mexican doll sir-   Lead    Copper       H.  Spollc-i-         3.20  London. Miu-cli i:i. -Silver, Ji' ]-i<l:  copper jCd'J .">- d: load. ��i:i S^ yd:  spelter. jC2'_'  7*   tid.  10|  ���u  -t.x  AA'2i  Market Conditions.  Lead advanced 7s (id in London  Spelter was higher in   London  and New York,  Copper closed in London af an  advance of t'l- |o.s.  A toniporary rally in price of  silver last weelc was maintained'.  London manipulation is still a  factor in 'both copper, and lead.  An iinproveinenf is noted in  the stock market,     i  A special feature is fhe activity  displayed in lumbering.     ,  ,  /��� T]'IE ���PUOSI'ECTOK    POKT;STKEuE, M. C���  MARCH; J.-i,- l!J0:-i."  M/ljC���'���$K&&p2Jd0X:.  A 'A   '     ES'|!.UIl.lSl'Ii-il>     I WIS. "  ',���'. , 7_. B. 6race,  A,  PUBLISHER    AXD-Al'V^ITOK.A  A THE PROSPECTOR) is published  every -Saturday, iiiid has a guaranteed  circulation larser than any other p:iper  in '-Kast Koinenay. 'It'^'s all homo I'niitcd  and contains donr-le the news of ,any  "'Stlier. paper in the; district.      , r  :S A-XJRDAY;,, ;M ARC! I "14, 1<J03'.,  I  [-F there As any"; one thing':; the  '������p^eo'-pl^.O'f.'Southeast',Igppte'A  A:iiay need;aA^he-preseiitAimeAtAs'  :r':^he iiivestmeiit-of capital to de^  '���"'- velop; the great Natural resources'  ,���-���:: 'bf' this'distri(if-, and every induce-;  :     nient and -ever}'"eucourageinent  ".'��� - should,be 'held out to ' those: who,.  A'^have^nlmey^a^ ''������'  "'<*:: ''.'��� W;hatA:%'ed': needAis^.th? ,ixxv&s?_'-:  ���'',, 'Ameut'of mbnojy in bur-great, min-:,  ���A'C eral Asjesourcos^.; without AitAtlie  A: -progress  off tlio ;disti'ict,Avill.be,  ��� ". '"."'slow, but,wjth"ifAit :i-s npMdle as-  A;' ��� -,set;t-ip'iv t.p;-'say>tl\at,in a'cqihpuM;-  i1A'''.;,tiv^l5vshort ',t%b S-piltbetust Kaot-  A; Venay'vvll^  ,c;A' ;estiaiuif'm6at;' popuIousadistricts  ��� f a '']niBrltish.Coluuibia.'VAA,:yA.f'.A aa:',  iimense  : '0 a''^"''  !��� (A'4A'--tiA';  KtefiAlft  A- a  A'i' AYheriAhe! Associated Kootpnav;  ;,Bbardsxbf:/l^adelnie^f!viir  AWed'pepayAie'xt,:Ahey'.A\yiU  ���'dfeayorito.i-solye^-aAprp.bl^  *'\yill';senl^  :on;lyttev6ry4q]ynA^  ^tlie-'A^KbbieiiaysA^'bu^ A lie1'-sdlid^  >,aiidi ffidtyided;lu'p;pa  AtireA A vpbpu'latibn vA^b'f-(^British  AGolttmbiaAA!-^  ' -r e'sery e :irf .th e; s 0 it theast A port ion:  Abf fthisAdi^trifitA'A'AA -;A,;S- A a ��� AAA;A'  ..:.:, ;,;..;;: -:.:.:,::.: :,���.:. ��� "A^" ..-,.*. ,;���;>';.,,:- ,''��� ���;.-.;-.���;;��� A:' J A*'"  '. -AyAIt Ais'fa��-fMu thatA the; railways  Awhiclr^raverseA;theA;^  AhaveA^otAtak^^  A-nrtfgressive'A^attitude !   towards  ;^hisAdistri.ct,;^ut:ha,yeAp^  : ;ttndA^ :hiaAiiporedr'.; ^byA^v exati Ous  ':AtPeig'htAHat'iffs^^^  ;;igr6wmg'���^  A:;' '������Excespl v o -" Art; r ci g h tl^A'cliarges,  ;: h aveiAbee n -^onO r ai;;iiAA;cyery;.:liiie;  ���vCtf: trAihspb i(liati ;on^Iu.y.he^Kpot^v  ;'h^ysht)ie ;jimi:chaiits:;;a  �� h'itvb "been A toa'ilI ed A (Jlowm ,.tbAAlm  llfiistASiVO^  ' tlieirlbusiiiessA.a^  AstituclA'A A';A'';A';'.A:' A-A.A. ;v .'''aA '���*''���:'���  ;A;A'AA:' ' ;:::,"3;*,^-:.*'A'*:'; '.''������ a -AA'AA" a  AAlTho'-'devblbiuTicnlA and'Ascttlo-  vmciiiofs'Sotil:libasf 'Kootenay has  boon1 broughtAoAaAstandstip; by  tlie  failure   of;; fhe> 'C,PARA;.v.to,  -..rpcpgiiize. tho necessity of adjust:  ing freight, rates'oveiSthe Crow's  Nest Braiich, thatthe.pi'oducers  of;the 'district could make -some-  ���'���thing;,6ver a;baroAex.is-tbhcb.A ��� \  There   is ��� no  doubt, however,  that ah increase in price.:, and .a  growing demand forAead AsAgbA  ing to m ake Sou theias t Kootenay  lAn-lthbAnear futatre. more prosperous tha'u-.ever it,: was:., before;  The biairket for lead-isvbrisk and  . rising,'and all, iridicat-ions point  to a "long siege<of high prices.'   ,.  " In 'yiew of th.e pessimistic, tone  which.has been adopted.for.some  : time;past' iivspeaicing-of. .South-;  east Kootenay ;'it is .most  grat-i-.  fying"to note-the certain,'indica-  : tions .of reviving activity, in Foi't  'Steele and other mining camps,  in the district.      ;  : Free ' trade , apostles .fight  against every 'tariff restriction  which might increase the,cost of  products fur the good of'. Canadian- industry."" TheyAalso'nglit  in favor : of every legislativo-  'restriction which1 can increase  the price of services rendered by  franchise'holding monopolyf^A  Tlie mildness,of our winters is  a. source of wonder fo'vi'sil.ors.  They pass !.lirotigh the territories with' a toii'i jM.'i-nt.iiro ' down ' to  t,!i() degret'S lielow zero. Through'  Fernie and'''the, towns in the  Crow's Nosf l^as.s in snow llirei-  :i,nd I'out"' feet, in do])th: hit the  'Ua-nana bell'i.n two fool-of snow  and a'J.bliipe.rii-lure, 17 .degrees  ��� below zero, arrive at Fort Steele  and Iind the. air balmy, Ihe sun  .shining brightly. very little  snow, and a. temperature hovering' around Ihe zero mark.'  ODDortunitu  For  Gretting ���,',_'. Beautiful AWatch  ���'���'   aud - Chain: Pree.���No  Money  A Required,--Every   Man," Wo-  ������'-,Ia; man,   Boy' or   Girl   has;,the  ���saute  Opportunity under our,  ���"'������'���''���"System.A. -', :A' "'���   ���'   ';:���?''A; ..-  ' labrd'et- io J:mve.Db Arnold's Eiiglirib,  'Toxin -���-l'nils-'platfed--!n'-the.--luiiidiS:-.of--;'al.!,.  persons AdfVei-iiig- from Uul,1 health���\\u:  make tho rollqwing-piiosi:-,libera 1' oflf"'':>  ' ffyoii' will seiid iiAyonr nameiuicl iul-  drefeAand u^reeAo sell.1'or lis twelvf  boxosAol' Dr. .Arnold's Ens'di.sls Toxni  Pills at 2oc. per box.- we WHl-'yivd  you  AilSOLT'TKLY ' FKKK : .A.-'/llKAtt'tU VVh  yV.'A'rC'li-.ANl), CHAIN* in ci'fhoi-: biulies.  iii: ('lent A size, oi' yutir choice of ��� ;-i wenty-  niliei' iii'oniiiu'iissucli,, as, line: sets oi,  Jeweii-y. 'Uihijs. '..Violin's.. \hii)dolih>.  ^���ell:Sots.;H;^i:eel^,;s^^h���tsA(:'iu^leras.:r.���t.v���.  RtiiieiiilK'i'AA-- donA' . waxt, anv:  "MON'tyV' "Ujit il af!.Ci'f you '.'sell, tha 1 ills  and w;'ii;' ilon;L, Imvc.' ,t,o 'sell auyv!ne!-e  than' 12 boxe? Ao.f^ct: tlie premiums.:  This is a. bo.tia'lide/.'iVer.fvoiu u"'t-olial>.le.  eoiicei'iiAlhal AhisV^iveii .theusaiids -01  doUlirs worth of pn'oiniuiji'snto ritfenls al I;  over the:eOu:iU-i'V.'vL{eiuein!.K'i'.alsi> that  Dr.- iVrnoiii'sKiisl^h'Toxin Pills are a  well: know a i-einedy I'or- all" diseases 'ol  ui��'���'���- kidiiiiv :'��� '���:���'iiiid'.'-,., bladder, A^rightA  diseast-.'diahetes'.Theuin.Aisih.' iierycms;  ���U'Oublis.,'ahu I'eiimfeAedfiiphiiniw.; anil  """ ���     "' .ifeiir-ill iii'SiA\diiss:di'vii:'irUe'  Headauarteps   for   Mining   and   Commercial   lYIen  .A:AA::AAAAAAFdOTA,^^  ILarja: ^mple^R^  Men.  :', ���-,  .-.-,.-'���,���.;. ' ' - -:-,  -:-: v. - -    ���'���  (- -���'���   --���   ��� -/'"-CJ-''.    '.T ..  .;: "A-A    A'A- '."AAaa'Aa;  '-'X':.. :-,.'��� '-A";.'--. / .:\. -.A-AA:. :':. '   .;,��, '  ... ������.'.���., '!!,,-'''" '-"-1"- ������'������-:'- ���������  :--..;-..,:.  ..-.���.-:.-.���->���.    .  ,'--.:..-'.���   'iuV-''��d&iilcis:.hr'.uu^iJvticAAinttU'i��u'U>��;��nT  >hiAW6rld^;ois:iiavooidy,:ti,) shn\Avthoui^  itd'Asell' AhedA ajAYi>u :nyo: not o.flVn.����' \  soinethint': that tluv'.peop.lci'doti'tA,lciU)W,;|:  dur watenos1 at-iy thor0i-es'uhii\< siandarit i,  'size ' for,: Ladies;,: aud :.';.Ge.iitleni.e,iV ; {]h\'  Xiokel or (.lanM^utl.Casesjuith   hand- j.  :rbme:::niumaated .d'ials.Jatiti: vrebabloj:  'ti'm'e-^e.eii)ei-��-''\vat-ches.srtchi'a6:,.*i'0,,':.lad^  0it'.'giB,iftictii8iV'i5(yjd'.'be:-aah'ai_<j.d,,ti>:^^^^^  fiuAbthAvAwiirbe'seiiA-ihsolviiwyA^1^^]^  :iy:;';Of: who A<?n'j,du!y= tvv*?!v-|-;:.bosks' ot.)���'.  'tliose woaderftibTaxiiU-Pil^A ;Wfj^ ;at j:  Once and bethefli'st hv\;our locality, to,  -ilA,:oti^:ofotliose:boauM!tti'watoh,e5^antt  cha-hiA ' Aavsoott'/iiA: we, reoe:.veAyqti:v  lotter,-;br ^pdst ::card. ..weAwill seud-,von  post j)aid'--twelve l^''x'es..-V.;tdeethcr;'.,\vuli..  ijtn' llfustratod Catalogue',aiHl,.beauti-  'fullvcoloi'&lcai-u withydiu-nimic  and  addt-essAotfjas ;Ota-:'authorized;.ag^iit.  ,'BearAulannd: that-.ybii will'not ,bc::;ask-  ���ed: to'sell auv'.more.jthan; 12: bqxes':,;aml  \V0: "'-DOX'-T'- AW'A-X^'AX\*:-.MOXRY.',:l\Iltl.l.  after ydiAliavd jold.thdm.;:, W.e'beaj; all.  the e ^peiiso- aiuV'arc- 'Only makimr th is  "iibQral direr as a m^hqd Of advertising  [).vA':;Aidiold.Avi:Eh?bsh^:,;T()An  Don't' deiayA.wi-ite;at oiice;;and ;:earn.:; a  ,(!tlii'iistmas.:;;..:���: A '.','��� :aA:V^ ' )��� A.     ':'<M. -Hx-Jy  Addrc^5A:ARN0Lp.'- MEDICINE ;C0;,;:;Dep^  AiAIoU :'^tdaule%'t;,; Ea)aA'i,orodto.;;Orit,;  AAAAA"AAAAAs:NOTlCEAA:'A,A'A.'v;''i*r''.';  ���:^'x&u|^''i^AiWr*i3>i''v(!^  ���>'iif;;i^"''miuio'Ti'>--ilic.;i^l'ri|K  iis'iioxt session by.'t^'kob^eriiw.C^  :w;iy'.Co>npiuiA'fQiAA;!A^f '��?!���; ^PP'��! t-^5t'??  ?fiiepri)oriiribii''be.inp..i.\E^  A;xu>mVlii!r--Ui'eai'm^  coiistniclioiv'aiHl llioVbinplPil^iMOf :.saif:l='H;iH-^  wiVy-.';i's;liii>It��ii-,l>y-,Si!fedon;,i-('^  'rprppi-nllon. "    ','      ,'���'";..'-'���        '���'-,' AA;,  '"''niituil .l':iiiiinry.'-J')L'livlB0.1:' ...  '' -'A  ���'':.  ;V.A.:: AAliAUVKY^^Ii'pAttTEi;.     J: A':  , ���"���  ��� -i'.A"A;/'A ..Solicitors ioi-'Applicants/,'-.  .,;;NOTi.cE.;'A .A-,.'.;.A:-'a.- .,  Tiiko iioiioe tliiit ;!u days .iifu-r-.(liitK f intend  tii.iipiiiy'-to' tlio'.'Olii'o'r Cominissiotier or r.iiiuls  aiia.Wovk.-- foi-.a;;i >ciu-s.Tinil).cr' r.onso-of'.'Uie  '(oHowitig liiiuls'i situaio'bii tlio Kootunny KM.ver  in SontlieVist Kootfiniy aesonbert. as follows:-'  (.'oninitiiic'nif,'at iippint where?.: llio. ens j. .'lim.it  of. r.ot 'I50i; Ci roup l intersects tlie Kootenay  Kive'r: 'tlic'iiee'sputli.'so.cliniiis:-' tlionee east SO  eliains.' thenee south -ISO. cliaiiis, thenee east -2-lU  llicneo novth'tSO chains.: thence west SO eliains.  theiuVe.north 7-10 eliains', tlieiie.e-wesi 240 chains  tlionee'-'.south. 020 ehnins; more or less to the  pliice oi" begintiin!?.������'���:.   ::������';-.-���'.       - "    ':.  DatoO tliis.I4th day ol'.Tatiuavy. IHO?..  - '������'".-    .    C. HUNCnOKFORl) POLI.EX.  ANDREW  GONTRftGTOR:  NEIDIG  and 'builder  HOUSk-AND SIGN': PAINTING,.;:.      A,.:,A  ,,. : CALCIMINIXG and PAPER HANGING  A    FORT STEELE, B. C. .'-J',-  '^"   All   work promptly done.  ;���-.- ���" notice.. .,   Ac-  ,  Take notlec that thirty da.y's after date-1 intend to apply lo'UiAciiief Commissioner, of  Lands & AVorlvSfor h twenty-one yeai-' ti'mher  lease of .ihe following hoid.s situate, in Smith'  East.Kootenay eoininoneiUK at a post planted  on tlie Eastern boundary ol''T.ot.4r?59 at the: International Boundary Lino: thenee.iiorth SOO  ehaiiis,- thence east I WO chains;' thenee south  160chains, iheiice.west tMOchains,,thence south  ��-iu chains, thence west '.����) eliains to tlie place  <,n:^"in!'1!/A      DOXALli. It/CAMPIiKLL.  Dated this. 2nd day of February, 190S. ���      II  .      NOTICE. .  TaU-e notice that thirty days after dale^I Intend to apply t",the Cliief ("oiiiinlssloiier of  Land-& SVorlt.s fo'rn tvyenty-oiie year timber  lease of die.'following linnls situate in South  Kast Kii.iie'iiay i:<>Juiu<!Ui'.lii��{ al a pnsL planted  on iliint.'istern boundnry of Lot-ir.H!��, ti.-n miles  north or the InterniUiOintl lloiiiulni-y Line.,  llienee. east ti'.oo ehiilii.'i, llienee north :i2n eliains  llJ'tnee wesl 4W) eliains, t.lieiiee north.tWt'l chains  thiiiee west II20 ehaiiis, tlii:nceHontli 010 chains  L'i'iiie. place i;f lieHiiinlni.:. ' i-  WILLIAM CAMI'ltl'-.LI..,,  Dated iSiIh'27111 liny n,f .liiiiuiiry, ICnJI. II  \i% ~HKi^\\kO����" sciafriFic  IHIRTY-KrHTH YEAR.  24Pa.{es   :   Weekly ���:   Illustrated.  (NDISt ^NSABLE  TO MINING MEN,  $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.  srsr> Fim hampt.k coey.  MINING �����* Scientific PRESS  HO MARKET ST.. SAN FRARCISCO, CAL.  ;;*TliiB;;^ar_se;st;AB  ;_��Im9]_*alAA^e  :.,and'i;ili^A|W,ost;;^  Ai__ewcan|Qoi^m^  :.ar&;SiiuatedA^  Grazing andihe;a;:  .'���: i .--,-������������.   '   ;-,'       ' '....������.,;,'..' .   "r., ,,f' ���:"-,,.���'"��-- - . '-.  iumller Iiidustry  ���:AP��atiiresAbf:^iieAAA  ';;.|A^"::S.outiitEast _____  "T^T^i'f'T'"i fi"t"''',''':?',AA^: ''''A,'r,A'A.:::A'AA;\AAt'^ ^'Aiw'Ail'^AvJ'A^A^A^'A' n;;:A''^)y;AA;A:Af Aj-A'MAAJ/'^ -v^:;.,;^::- ;v;,^--a.,������������;; axA-a,-  iii^^^i^^ -.- -....,.._  SHORT LINE  BETWEEN-    .  STPAUL"<H1CAG0  lOMAHA-CHICAOQ  $&*$.:<!  "��i"<,��  . -Your attention 'is oiilled.,to the  ('Pioiieer''Linnted'-V'ti-a-ins of- t-.1io.v-.''Mil-  \vaukee.^SfcPiiulRtiLl>\'ay.r','Thc only  perfect u-til'ns ili-tbo Ayqi'lcl.'A-A ., '.'A "',  ���s; Youwill.1ii.icl -it dosit'itble. to - ride on  those trains when'o-oiiio- to any point in  the Eastei'P. States or Canadti: They  connect with - al 1 Transcontinciital  Trains '.and' all Ticket .Ajriints., sell  tickets A������:-��������� : i;'-A -,..���-..:..���..: ���-...-;...:..:'.''.. .'i. a*.  ': For I'iirther.inforinatibu, pamphlets,  'ctCj'ask any Ticket' A^etit'/oi';;;. ���"'-.-  'fe.'.'-.Lv FOKD,  v: .- :H- -.S,",-R0V'i3, A-   ���  ���-'���'������"��� Pans. Ag-en t, -       G eh eral.. A g-o.n t, ���  ".' SPOKANE.       A���-.'.���P.ORTLAND.  Reduced Rates from the East  -��� ; Commencing February 1 ot ii u-i.ir.l co.ii-  tinuino- until April .'lOtli thei-e will': he  low rates in effect from the East via.the  Illinois.Central R-;R.--U> all \\>shiiit!'-;  ton. Oregon and Idaho .points:', If any  of your friends or relativesin .iho,, Fast  are coming)\Vest while these -"rates are  in cll'ect, o'ive us their naine and address,, and we will nialce it our business  to see tli'at tliev ar,e given the best possible service. We operate through  personally conducted exciti'sinn cars,  and in'fact-give you the benefit -ob the  latest conveniences known to modern  railroading. Wc. have 15 (lilVerent  routes between tlie Kast and llie West,  anil arc in position to ��'i\-e. you .'the  benefit of the best combinations..  Write'us and we will S'i\''- yon full l'i"'-  t.ictilars. P.. II. Titii.MntiLT..'1-li; Third  "St'A Portland, Oregon.  ���, - . NOTICE.  ���NO'l'IOI'.: Is hereiiyi-'iveii I lint an apiilleat.lon  will he Hindi- .i.i.'ilic'IMi-liaiiieiil-oI'L'iiiiinlii at.  the next Session therr-of for an ACI lo lueui'-  pnrale ii company l.o lie liiimvii as '���'I'he'Soiifli-  einCenli'iil I'lielile Wiil'lwny Company", to e.ni-  Ml.riict and operate a line of nillwii.v (loin -V:iti-  (i'l'iiivi'-r i" Urilisli Columbia niotliei-lyand easterly by way, of I Iii- k'oolenliy, I'jisa''!<��� S".me  piii'n'l oii'l.lie nlil Man Ulyor i'ii-.t-lii-, Hi'slrli-1 of  Alberla: I hence, north ������ inisteriy UiroiiKb  S.iskiu.eliewaii l.o.-ome'point on ��� the Chiirehlll  Itlver: with pour.r to .-oiislniet and operalr  Aleiiraph mid lete|..|ion,-'lliie,-' ior the purpose  of lis liusilics iind for t.ln; public;, and' lo own.  ii-c and npernio wiUer- powers eonveiilent, lo  tlie load for rail way and other purpose.": and  io own and operate slea.in-idiips. fen iea. mid  sblppiiiL-. Mini iniild anil erecl, tbe neeessary  wharves and elevators: ami with such oilier-  pnwei'Siiii'l prlviliVes a~'are usually uiven I"  rnilway .-oiiipmiies.  .ioiins'i'us' .>��� i''ALriiNiii>'n,x!i-;. ���  Sollell-ors for Ihe Applienllls.  Dale.I al Toronto this :.".nh iliiy of   IJi-i-einbcr.  I'W'J. .  ' .   '       ' - ���  ;:*:Si-)ti'jiW),sAbereliy; 'gi've'iiA thaAtliirty^  d;iys1ilt5A?dafer  Assistant Ooiritiu'ssjitnior ..ofAl-audsAand  \YoH:Afor-tlic-IHsiAict[6t Fast Koote-:  'iiay aiid tO:the'Gliief 'Goiiiniissioner;:of.  fAind sA-iiui Wo!'k.ls:,.for: a:;liccnse to prospect^ forAeoul and ^iietroleiini on the  Aollow-ing,des'eribednand.;sitiiiite on Oil,  creek in the soutlieastAijortion of; Etist  Kpqton'ay District!'I^'i^*11 Gohiinbia:  :A' QoinmehcHit); .atA.av post, -,'pliiiit.ecl  about 'niiie'litii'iss-north (i.f the, Interiia-  tional Boiinclary ..Aniil A100 -feet:' oast .(if  Oil G r ee k he.i ng th e so u theast corn er.  adjacent'to, the southwest corner of  Alexander C. Gait's claini. thenee north  SOchaitisJ thence ;west SO chains: thenc.e  'south SO chains, thence east 80 ehaiiis  to the ])lace of beginnino-and' oohfain-  itio- ,0-10 acres. ,A'A..-' "' ���A .'���,', -.';��� -, A .  AA :; '-"'��� .Hdniiind lA,Ivirby, LocatorA'  -AA' ^;Ac;A JArFrcd"Ri,tchie,: AgentA :a  A'Posf.o'ti'ri0th OctoberAJ002;'������.A ���'...",' A--; '���'.  ' b -Ccininiencing", at; a .post .'planted  about nine miles'north of the . .Interna-  tioiial Boundary and '300- feet:.East of  Oil Creek";lic-.ing'''I he liorthoitst corner,  adjacent': to the: sout-hweat ^corner, of  Alexander C. Gait's���Acln-im",' tlience  south <S0 chains, ;th<2iic.e west, 80, eliains,  thence nortli'80 chains, thence east SO  chains to the place of beginning and  containing CIO aCres. : ' "./'.'A'-''' ".'..'; A  dames S. O. If'raser, Locaior.  J. Free! Ritchie, Agent. A ���  Posted 19th Octobei', 190_. ." '  , c- Oommenciiig at a post planted  about seven miles North of, the Inters  national Boundary and 200 feet. Hast, of  Oil Creek being the northeast corner,  adjacent' to - the, .southeast "corner of  .lames y. O. Feasor's claim,, thence  south SO chains, tlience west SO chains,  ibeiif-e noi'tli SOehains, thence east SO  chains, to.f-be place of begin tiiiig and  containing 040 acres.  (lei). W. Richardson, Locator.-'"  A ���'��� Vx'0.i\ l\.itcliie. Agent.-  Post oil liit.h October, liltl'J. '  'd ('(iinmencing: at a \mil planted  about seven miles north of the Iiilorna-  tiiiiialHiiuiiilai'y nod ubout 200' feet east  of Oil (.'reek -being tin' northwest 'corner, adjacent, lo the southeast corner of  .lames S. ('. I'Ynsors claim,, tlnmce.  south 'SO eliains, fbeiice'eaSI, So chains,  Ihence north SI) chains, (hence west. SO  eliains lo the!'place of beginning and  containing <>-IO acres. , '  Uoss Thompson. Locator;  .1. h'i'eil liiL'hie. Agent.  P'ostcd  HM.li October.  I!MIL'.  e ('(iiinuiMicing tit. a post planted  about-seven miles nortli of the Intei'iia-  tional lioundary anil -On feet east of  Oil (:reelc being the luirthcast eoruer  adjacent' lo the sout.be.'isf corner  of  .George     W.    Pvicliarilrion's   claim,  Geheral MerchatitA������ND.  aa7aa; ,l>ic|.MOr;;': ^Gal^V'  S�� ' ^Manufactu^er^of all Kinds of'Luiiibei'/ A;, A .large, assovl--:; A .3.  ^!:,    A    moiili; of  sS5..'. '���'.:���, ':'A''<v' '���:.'. '���*''   -: A. .:,!on;hai"icl --��� .   A.:';,^,-, A' '���''���^'  E'������.''',''���������'a dimension - Dumberaaa''Specialty:'   '-A3'  - - .       ..':.,........���.. 1       .A.I.     ��� /-"--'. r   .:':-''.''  thence south 80 chains, thence west- 80  eha'ihs,, thence north 80v chains, thence,:  east.SO chainsto tlie''pliice of beginning  ami containing t'>-10 acres.',    <������     ,..'".;.'���:��� a  A> '",     Chas. IL HaintltohA^ocator,.  ;  .I! Pred .Ritchie, Ageiil.   :  :;;.Posted Hltli'October. 1002. '        ',i.  I Commencing at a post-- planted  about seven miles north of the International Boundary ahiLiHH) feet i-ifst of  Oil Greek being- the northwest corner,  adjacent to the southeast corner of  George \V. Richardson's claim,' thence  south eighty chains, thence 'east SO  chains, tlience north. 80 eliains, thence  west eighty chains' to the pliice (if beginning and containing (540 acres. -"  0 ,1. Fred Ritchie, Locator.  l.-'osteil lOtii October, 1902. .  g Commencing at a post planted  about seven miles north'of the International "Boundary and one mile cast of  Oil Creole being the northwest corner  adjacent to the -northeast corner of  Ross Thompson's claim, tlience south  SO chains,, thence east 80 chains, thence  north 80 eliains. thence west SO chains  to the-place of beginning and, containing 1140 acres. " ' . ���  ' A  '"A     , .Smith Curtis, Locator.  .1. I''i',ed Ritidiic, Agent  Posted Kith October, UI02.  b .(.'omiiiOocing ui, a post planted  itboiit seven niiles north'of the International Hotindary and one 'utile cast of  Oii Creek, being the.northwest- corner,  adjacent to the northeast corner of ���!���  I'Yed Ritchie'.'claim. Alienee south 80  chains, thence, east 8(1 .chains, thence  north-80 chains, thenee. west SO chains  to the place of beginning and containing 0-1(1 acres. ,;    -  Thns. G.  Bhickstnrk, Locator.  .1. Prod Ritchie. Agent  Posted JLOth October, 1902.  i.   Commencing,..air.ay,-post   jihintei'l  about nine niiles noiM-h'-of,.the-.AI!ht'ot:-nit-,;  t.iontil Boundary tuiii  one   mile  east' of  Oil Creek, being tlio northwest corner'.-  adjacent  to  flie  iiortbeasl " ccirnet;: id  I'klniund B. Ivirhy's elaini, thei'ice south  SO chains, tlience east'SO'i;.h:iins. thence  north SO cliiiiiis^ thence, west SO chains  ,to the. place of liegini.iing'aiul  containing- (ill) acres.   ��� '        ',-,-,.���'������. ... ���... ;.:������  '��� "      ������ ������" -      ,;Alex''C. (lalt, LocaUii'.   -  ,'V - ;a , J. V't'cd Ritchie. Ageiil  .'.!''  I'osteil IVM.liOctober, 1002.    ."���  ���j Coininoncing itt a'''post' planted  about tii tie miles north of the Iniernii-  tional Boundary and one mile oast of  Oil Creole, being the northwest'corner,  adjacent.,-.io ..the. northeast cornet- of  ,'latnes S. ('.,'., Ioniser's 'claim, thence  south SO chains, flieuee east 80 chains,  tlience north SO chains, llienee west 80  cliaiiis to,the -place of beginning, and  cinitainiiig (14(1 acres.  0'.Ioii 11 Houston, Locator.  ���"���'������'<'    ' .1.. Fred Ritchie, Agent..   ������  .Posted l'.lfh Oclober! HI02.     .  ^^ NOTICE. -  NoTtOK is liereby ({iveii thill iijiplien I ion will  Jiu niiide to the Lei;ishil.ive 'Assembly of Ihe  I'l'iiv.liiec of Urilisli Colnnibiii nt its next ses-  vlnii, by tbe ICootenay Central Hiiihvay Coin-'  pany. lor an Act l.o Aineiid Us Actoffncorpoia-  lioii. IiiSIiik'I I'-.iIwii.riLV.II. Cltlnp. 'ill, liy .(U-tiii-  :n;; liiOre parfleiila.rly fin.' tline for-doposil of  security.- ami by o.vlc.niliiiK tlie time for the ex-  penilllnre ol "I'en'I'lioiisainl Dollars in surveys  or const ruction its rci|iilrc'l by Section l.r>ol'.  saiil Aclof Iiicorporalioii.. ',.'"'  IIAKVI-'.Y  .��   MeCAItTI'ji;.:  Solicitors for Applicants.   .  ���  Tinted the-1Mb day of January l9H:i.-  J.   H1GHWARDEN.,  PIONEER   BARBER SHOP  EveryUiing Strictly First, (Jlass.  ... Next door to the Prospector.  ������"'���":.''it  A!:i-<*!!.' T  <xb  .#"'  THE -PROSPECTOR,' PORT STEELE, B. (A, MARCH U.   lHOiJ  ^hZ^*0&p��Zi0K  SATURDAY,  MARCH  14.  1!W::  pliice .of beginning con-  ....:.-''..-. ������." &>.���.��� .<-(���:,.; -.-    . ���/'���'  ��� '"���Ait  :*'���<*!!.-'  '   NOTICE.;, ... '.V.' . /.  ���-'��� NOT1CK ' is .hereby  given   th.-it'thirty days  ,!uiXer,ilate. we, the inKlci-signcd intend to apply  ��� to the Assistant   Commissioner- of   Lands  and  .(i   ;,'Works for the District of. Kast   Kootenay.'.and  ,       'the Cliief Commissioner of .hands anil Works  for licenses to prospect for coal on  the' follow-  , '"ins described lands situate north of 'ihe   l'"iat-  /'���/ .head Kivi;r enstof   the'' casi   bouiiilaiiy line of:  :   the  ('aniHiiaii  t'ae.iiie  railway' grant,   in.-.the,  '  'South Kast por/lion of Kii.sf Koolciiay  District.  '...'British Columbia.-,;      '"    ,.-.-;''-.-/-. v,-.  A- l/ Commencing at a post 'about sixteen miles  '���''���". northeast of the town of Morrissey; being' (lie  ,; initial post  of -Charles' Peterson's ciain'i,'tnl-  ;"'rrAj'iee'ri^i'o^rt" ubrtii eiist" i-oi-ueiyof .Sarah A.  ���"'.':'���'"���'ico's's' .claiiii.IheiiV-e, liOi-lh :SH.':'eliains;  tlience  /west SO chains thenee south SO  cliaiiis,  iheiiee  ,    ;. east 80 chains to the place of beginning:  eoii-  '���',     taiiiliigino acres.     ,   -A' ' '  ,.-.  !   -Daled February ui, lifo:t.; . A:       "'������-���-,.'  'A'A /. A/A' CHlAK.f.KS riCTi'IHSOM,'-lyoealor.  A, AAA''!'' A..Ilaclieit. Ageiil,.   ;  A::.'.   C'oniiiieiieiiiii in ' ii'posl^beiii!?. Iiio'Souib  '���',, >'���  wesl 'eoruer, post' of Martha  Holt's .claim and  <':   ..ailjacenl   to-the, soiilh' oast  corner, of Charles  A     i'eterson's   claim,    llienee. north. S(l/.cliains.'  .'.llie.iice'east SOcliionsythoiice smith  SI I chains!  A . thence, west;su chains loihc piaecof beginning  A containing (Via acres.    "   .:;��� -:' .,;������' .���;,���������  A, A���,..��y.:      p. iMAUTIIA. HOi'M'', Locator.  /' - ..' A,!;''A' A. llacUetl .'Atreiii.  'A  iiafci'l IiVb.'illlli. IfiiM." ,;'     AA"  i-    '"   li.' Commencing at, a  post, being the north  A/casl! corner post or Sarah', A. .itoss'<i-Iaini, and'  adjacent; io tiie south  wi.st.jcorner.of Martha  A lion's claim, ,'thenci'- south "soi-liaiiis.. tlience  -���'���'   ivest.Ml chains., thenee. north Sllcjia i lis.:. llienee  ..'A. east SO chains to  th  '"-���'' iuliiiiig (till acres,   v..  A        A!; A- A    A;'; SARAH A/KOSS/I.oontor.;  .'���'A.'v-'   A   .'A;;. .!���:..:';.: A /.,:.    A. tlaeUoli.-Agolit; ���-/..  -a '���',Dii^-(iiFei��;-:i6iii'j.o(i;t'-,':-: vi^fAA.'A'' a";-''; ������.'A  A-A A/% Coiiinienciiigyal/iijypcKtyiicing /the; -. north.  A:A;w-est/eoi.'.n'er or-Clai'encq,.i:{,.,:i5raiher's claim iind  Aiid joining! the, north1 east. corner' of ASai'iibA/  '//' itoss': claim, thence son iii Sii/chains: th'ciico east  .'.';��� SO/cliaiiis. lheiie,o.-.iiortli.,l?5.i.:,��?l'iiiIiik,,J'tlionbc' r��'.est  ..SO ciiaiiist.o {be phi|:.c of begjnuing,;vC(iniainihg;  V:'-' :' li 10'iieres: A: -y Ap.:;v. A: I!'.' A::..:'-::.:���":. ���::���::���'"':::...::':   's :'(���  ;/:A :; : prjAKI-JNGK; 1,1.: fKATIII-jK, Locator.'  A;-A A/A'AA-AA:A-A AAA/A/A:;l:l.arl(ouAAgeiit:.;A.  A'/.y/OaAjiiA'pii- ii'ii'-A-'PlA /::'A,A-: .: -.-A y:A-A.;  A>Ae''- ' GoiiiniehciiiAiii aAposf/aboiit'iivo iniles  !:'���''.' cast :of. Clialies'': I'e('erspn"s initial.' post' being  ; A. tli<-'iniViaf post of-M,/K 'Davis'/claim AiinVl'.- tlie  ��� / !,'sou tireii st ;ooiiiei\y thence .ynortbASn yelui'ins:  l.henee:Wesl;sb;eliains.;tlie;iee: soiifii'SilA'aiiuA  A     UiciHieA'ciiKt -SO cliiiiiis  io  pliiV-c or jicjiiiiiiiiif?,  ������..; containing' il-lO aeres. '. A;/ '::':Ai:'': /'/:���'.'-- A1'.  '../:!:!:.y: -.-: A.AjA'A^:    ^'-'A- IJAyi'S,:.Lqeiitor,  'A:/'!'.     A'A':"''/; 'AAA.-/' A  . / ApiaekeluAKcnl  AA:,;;na!tfiii'ii'obldiiih/iiws;; A;'A'Aa/,//:A:;'''A: -a;  tJ A'-A: CoVinnoiiciiiK'rnl a: liqstJf lieiiiii Ihe -ltbrtli  -.���'/ eastAeorne'r post of Janies Vl.. K vans' -chum  A:A':uidv'adj:i^  ���'���' /pavis elainiAllienee south ��� f-0 "ebnjnS; Alienee  :, i 'west SO chains, tlieiiceiiorth .Siiehains, i heiiee  /east SO ciin'insiq.place of liCKiniilnjf. I'oiilainiin.''  "' ' '.'������: BIO '.ill' I-CSJ -';.'/'A'A'' - :;' / -"'" '���'':-/ :������; ���"'"��� V '':'��� A:':"'-'   '^'' A': I  fi;!''.:' -; AA:���-: ��� ��� ��� A ,A AM RS.��� Wv KN'A'ns, Loen lor:  -A'/AA .A';'AAviA;S!'"A'''A !;'A..n:fekel.t,A!;enl,/;  /,-!;Dal'eil/KelA:ioAs|p:i-A'A/.-! yA ^/''A':A'v{;'-;//': ���''���';.;  ,��:, ���:". ;;ConiineiieinAa,tii;post.yAiei'iiK: Ihe/souihA  ijAAi-est eo:riier;post:of iA'A;i/i'1.��rJBUi"S,;.e.iivi.iiivAo'|.1!.  --.adjacent 'to .tl,i,e:' noiibeasl. (���orner.of..la'nies 71.  /���-(���'.I'lvilli's claiiiiAtiieiieeSiorth Ai)/cliiuiis,'; flipiiec:  'tAciisi-WiciiaihAAiiiinioesputlKsAid^  'A'wefetSOAchairisAto tlieAl.a<'e:'"f:bpsiii!niiii^:eqnA  A ;,tainiii^fViO liercs/ :���;-;";.//-   '-;;;.;.-���.'.: Aa-''"A.aAAA-A.A.  '(,::���:///:'A'A/?A'-::-'-/I'trAv-' iiiip-^iusALoca'i.oi'.t.,:/"///^^--  ���A:AA,A/;;'A|'^/A:'-'A/>VA>tAOKi':T^r;:A^  / ''y^AiiatSd'FeiA'10/ i!'*��"A��:5!A~A'A:SA'���-.'-.'' 2-.i..  ���",'���'s": :''c!iV>'iiiiniiiio-riif!f:--f!*<>-:'*.. I'osU.-.lieiiijri'tlieiiiioi-tli-,  /west eoriiev jios't-(if,: Ah;,\- : I'T. Austin's claim,  inul adjacenff o tiio south wesl. 'cqiyntn/ol'F.' A.  :,r-HuKj?iirsehiiih: theuce;south SO clniiiis/t heiiee  A.nfill'st:;iO-.cliiiiiis. thence: north SO ehaiiis.:Ilieiico  A west'su.chains to^"'pliiei; "'of. lic'sinniiW', eon tain i iijr  ..'���   B'-lOiici-osl    .-!-. ���'; e,'-1-'-    A.-/ ' ' :!'/ A -A  /.. A.Ll3X"K...AUSTIN Locator.'   ,  -'���A0'' '-.'���'"'���     '-'���'- A  .   ./:A.:'-,H:ielceft.;A^enl. ,: ���"  ���.   Dated'Fob/lit  1SI0X    //,/,   /     ''  v-  , *   , ���'-.     "-. '.   ;.   'f. ������..;��� '-,    ������,���'���-..���     ��� ���;���   ,-   ��� ;  .     ..':-  ..'9., Coiimie.iicinf,' at a post beuif?  the south.  'east corner-post of- Aaron��� Harris' claim, ailjii-  //'eenf to, the liorlii-iycst'corn'or post of-:,A ml re w  llaehe.tlsel int. thence iiorl.li.So chiiins, ilieiiee  '���''"' west SO elniin.s. Ilioncosoiitli, 80 ehaiiis. Iheiiee  /  east 80 eliains li), place orbe^inninji-;-cniitiilnliitf  li-Ki.aeresJ '.; ,';'.',.' ''���'. . ���.-'*���'',--,.'  ;''���������' , AARON HARiu:S XaiciUor/;..:. ;      ,,',..  ;,- '      :   '��� A.. l-lniiU'eH.-'-AifoiVt.'-.'.  '.  ;  a  Dated |.'ob: 10. I WW.;.     /        -,;��� /    ,  Alii. Coniinene.ini; at iipost two miles north, of'  Aiidrew liiiekett's initial post heitiy the north--  west'.eorner'posl oi' Patrieh AV.- Dillon's olaim.  ��� llienee. south 80 chains ailjaeonttq j he nortb-  /easleorner of Aaron,Harris' elaiin, thenee w-est  , SO.ehiiins. thoiiec norlb Sit ebaiiisA.l.liiaice.eiis't.  A'wi. 'chiiins   16   pliiee"of���"I'lC'Biniiin'ii."'I'oiila.inlnjj'  "' (Hltaeres."'      //.-:  ''���.';''' A1'    A   ''"���.'   '������'".���'. ''���  V        /I'Ai'RrClC W DILLON. Localor.  ������ r.,-       ������'��� "'������������������   ���--:     -.-������ -:A:' HacUetl.-A[?enl.  -  .'Da ti:d t'eb. 1(1} I(io:i..A,/;/;'',;/:   -:.';-;/  ,y     II.   ConiineiieiiiK al a pbst'he.iiiH;, the soutb-  ,    east corner piislof Kl-lt.Mason's claim and ai'l-  A jtieent lo the iioi'theasl  corner  of  I'lilrielc  W.  Dillons', eiaiiii.  tliuiicu' ''north SO chains. Ihence  ���'y.'   west KO'iiiiiiiisI tlionco south SO chains,  thenee  casl'80 eliains to place of bejiiniiiin;. eoiu,ai'nin��.'  0-10 acres.       ���'   ."���        :   . ;.       : -;       ,;  .   ' :o .      -I'T.  h'.'MA.SONT, Locator.  ���:������������'(.      A. llaekelt. Aftciit.    '.,'  '    ".Da led.Feb. ,10. IHO.'!.-'  ,   V.'.A Coiiiuieneiii!,' al a post   lioinA tlie southwest corner post of T. C. Maiin's chiiiu'.auil ad-  - jacent to the soutlieast corner of 13.. K. JIasbirs  einiin. tlieiiee north Kil, chains,  thenee east   So  chains.  Ihence south SO chains. Ihence west. 80  ,   :  chains to place  Of. bcifiiiniiii;.' containiin,'"li-t"  acres. -        '     .  .:   .' ���-. T.  O. MANN.Locator.    -.-,;.  A. iliKdiett:' A��ent.  ,  ,'- On ted Feb.  10.  IHO:!.'   .  IU. 'CniniueiiciiiK lit si'post, liuiiiK the sinilli-  .east corner of .Tlioiniis L. Cii-b'euoti^li's claim  iind adjacent fo the northeast corner of \i. R.  "Mason's claim: thenee north Si elm ins. then cc  west SO cliaiiis. thence sinitliSO cli:iins..tliencc  east eighty eliains to place of bcf-'innini.', eon-  lainiii!,riMOacre.sJ ,  ' THOMAS  L. (!Ri''.l''.NOUO 1.1. Locator.  A.- llacheH. Atfeiil.' ������/  Se��     faled Feb.  10.1111).':^  1-1. C'oiiinieneiai.'at. a post beini; the souih-  ���' we^t corner post of .1. M. (Ji'i-a^hty's elaitn anil  adjacent lo the southeast corner of Tlioiniis I..  (Irco.iioiiKh's claim, thence norlh SOehains  .tlience cast 80 chains, thenee south so. chains,  thenee west .80 chains to place of lietdiiiiiiiK-  .,  c.ontaliilnj.: inn acres. .  '".).  M. ClKltAd'ilTY. Locator.  A.  Ilaehcl.t. A��iiiil.  .    ,     Dated  Kyi!. II).   Kin:'..  la. (.'oinineiiciiiK'nl iiipo'si,'heini; tlie noiili-  easl corner post of Minnie' i\i. 'Miller's elaini  thenee south 80 chains fo the southi::isi; corner  ailjace.nl to the nortliwesl corner of U. .1. Lo-  l-'iin's claini. tlience west SO chains, thenee  nortli 80 chiiins. thenee east 80 chains lo place  of beuliiiiini;. containing lliu acres.  M1NNIK M     MI LLKIt.  Locator.  '    .   '' ��� . .     c-.\.  ||:icl<(;(,l.   Aiienl.  Hated  Feb. lo. l!lii:i,  Hi. Commencing at a post beini.' Hie northwest comer post of M. Donznc's claim, and adjacent to tho northeast, corner of Minnie M.  Miller's claim, thence south 80 chains, tlience  ���ast SO chains, thence nortli SOehains. thenee  'wont/Ml chains to place of bcjrinninn containing  lllo acres.' , ; ;' ,.. ��� ���    .���  A ���     IM. DONZAS.  Locator.  .'��������� A. Hackett.A^ent.  'Dated Feb.  10. itttw. ,  . 1.'.:- Conimencin,','at a posi bein;.'. the southeast corner post of S. Il.JCleniiiier's claim and  adjacent to the northwest corner of J. M. Don*;  'zae's claini. theui-e north 80chains, tlience west  80 chains, thenee soiub Sli"eliains. tlience east  SOclmins lo place of lie<,'iniiin!,'.:',eontaiiiiii-,' (HO  iieres. ', -  .- .',,,.   ."������ /' /,  ���:''' -.'   ,"   ���     .  '. ���  ,";'��� ' .1. H. CLI'I.MjMICH, Locatoi-.  ���';'"���   ' ���'   ,  '   ,'A. Hachctt,  AKont.       ..'.  .    Hated Ajji'b': in.. lUOfi...; /���' / A ���-.. . "A     :-.!''  18.   (Jiiinnieneiui; ul n pbkt bcint; ;the' 8oulli-  \vest corner jiosf of Cli-iiic.s-iJLoi'<|uist'~s cliiiin,'  and adjitcenl,to the.southeast corner of .1. H.  Cleminer's claim, thence north 80 chains.tlienee  ensr SO chains, thence soutli 80 chains, thence  west ,80 chain's to place" of hegiimiii',.', containing (WOficres. ''A ���;:'.      ''/'..'  (JIIARLKS  f.OFQUIST, LOcaibr.,.:,.  '"' /      "      ';                 A.   Haekctl; AKCii't.'  . ;'��� ' 1'Mtcil Feb.- III. 1903.;  ���-     ,-./  '.,..- .,.;  W.' CoiiiineneiiiAnt it post beinj; tbe south,  east; corner' of - S. Callahan's claim and. ad-  jin-cnt'io the iiorthwcst corner of entities Lof-  .���I'liist's claim, tlience nortli SO chains, tlience  west si) eliiiins; theneelsoiith SO chiiins. tlienci-.  east 80 chains to place of hesiiinin^. i-ohttiiiiinic  ti-lO acresJA1 /.'':/:. :l'rk'.;.iA'\A....: ':;:' -,..-. '.'"':.:;,���'/'..������.��� ���  ,:'���,''   "AA'. Sylvester Callidiaii,- Locator.  ,.';'; .-���    ../ A/'Hackett-.'Ai,'eiit.i;,..  i'liited Feb.lO. IMO::. A ,.",';. '/:Ax.  ���J(). Coiiniieiiehi^ at a' post ;belji(f' liie; souih-  wost corner post of .lolln liai'teU's claim, and  adjacent to ihe .southeast; 'corner., of',_S. ('nlla-  h niS claim, thence north 80 chains, thenee east,  80 ehiiiiis, thence soutli Sn.'ehaius.. theiieo-'.vest  80 eliains'lo place of beginning,'.���'Oiitu'liiiiii.'. I'M  aeresj //'.A"-'A.'! :'-,'������ !���:.-.'.'.-..������. .-':. ':r.:A...   ���..',/���:'/':/ .. ���"''/���  /--;,:///   A:'".Al01fM BARTOUL. Locator;  ''"���V..:" '���:'''���       A'/ : ' A:'/-AJ ilackett;;;A��eiii./:' /  ���!;;.,'bated:.Foil.���������iii.'.iai.-i..������'-���������:'���'��� a/-i a;/<A-:: A/'A -  .,21': Coininenciii^at a post beinir, the initial  posl of Al i-s'.' .1 oh ii I tai-tel I's cl'ii i m iind abou I,: ^  miles east bf-ihciuiiiitl post lif^.l'oliii-, HarteU's  e)uini,;; Ilieiiee;; hoi-tii/80 cliHiti��. tlni'iice west 80.  iilmiiis, theiice south SOecliniris. thenee east 80.  chains, to placid of :i>eKiiiiiini,AeoiitairiiuH' (HO  ,acres'.'-A'-" ;'(��� >y.- '''���'[,"���':';, /A ' /'/'-'",//-'���-/���':'���' ''--/i  '" /'A A, A:��� ��� Al'rA; JOHN llAKi'ioj^L^ LocalVii-. /  /A;At A~.A I--,.'���������'-������ ���"'.���:������:;,;-;���: A.'.Hacl'tett.'.'AKent.'-'..'���'-'-������-  /, ypaied l^eb. 'tOKion.^A'A  -; - .; .  /:./,y.;  2J.? Coimneiicintj,at a post: beiiii;, llu) sontli-  w-est-coi-iiei-' post; of "fjy'diii MeFiiii-.iiiis-s'ciiiim  and adjacent to the. Southeast cornciv: of" Mrs.,  .fobn liiirtells. cliiiui. Abeiiceinoi'tii..80 cliiiiiis.,  .'thenee cast SOehains, llieiiec'/soiiih SO'cliajiis!  Uiiencei,-,westy''!HO--''i!liiiiiis..':io']>iac'e..of heKitiniiiK.-  c'oiitaitiiii^ IHO acres. /'; .,''" -.���'',;:', A : -;':; ������- A, /'A  '//;//:- l.yilia Met'iirlane, Locator //;  :7-An;A'--;:rir;y::-:;-'-: .A"'-;���:-';y;;:-A;yiiacUett;:;;AifeiitV:'--;/:  ;A:. -.Dated' :Feb., 10!190:1/' ;Ay / A.A' /!'������'A[ -AAA. A<::A:  :--.'!. ' Coinmencintfai a post ''bcinif ihe:uo'rlli-  'Wesi'.'to'niei' post of Ida Al.Wliilsoii's ehiiiuaiid  'adjacent to the soulliivest eoruer of Lydia Me-  Faiiaiie's ciaiin, tlieiiee soil tii 80 chains? tlieiicti^  easlAi) chains,;tlience���'���iiortli/8Ci^ :eli-.iiiis,|theiice  west So chains to plaue. of, hei<iniiiiiK lipnuiiiiii.iir.  0-tb acres. ,- / ..���.A--':^::<.\-a -'-'.-'.-.-'i. ;-' 'A-..  ::v,-.-:-., r-   a   - -v"--A'i DA Jl; WI1ITSON. Locator; -  ���A',;;;,,:,,;   ;;      .;':;���:    A.  Hiicket t., A(,'Cllt.  '-A Diiied Feb.  10,l!i(W.y     - y- ..'-',., /-,;��� ;.' ..      ;������;���  :U. 'C'oniuieiicins'at a'posl beiiiji the no'rili-  east ciVriic'' |iost.:ol'i.M.,isl)esier's eliiini.aiidad-  jaeeu t to t hciiprt Invest eoruer of .Ida Jl: Wli i t^  \^oii\s('liilin^''th'eiie'e'soiith';oi(?lil.y:'i!liain!^v.tu.onc'ij,-  west eighty chains, tlieueeJniirtli eighty 'ehiiiiis  ihence-jasi eiKlity eliains',tB^^plai-e.of Uetriiiiiintc  ebiitaihiiiK ti-IO acres:/���";.:AJ:/   ;//;/:>������'���'j^A:A^;,;j.  ,;/;;/ v;K:.A/;H:o.^r-':rsiir3STiait.;.Lociitbr.'A;A/,A:f'  :���-.-'- H<-.-'-���',,-.'-- - -/A. 'HaeUelt:- AKuiit'.���������"A\.,..:..  ' ���������. -/Daled;: h>ybAniy;i9iK.,:.';;-,,J������ ryy/AAA'.AAAyA::;:;  .'���', ir>.; fcouniiuiieiiik ai.ajjostAbeiiig'tlie.iiiitiat  post oi';Clarabeli Kauffmaus'!iitiini.about 2 finlcsi  'souill ofilie;initial po>A:i^Aii'S:Aoh��;.15fiiicirs.  claim, thenee iiorth.eighty chains,: ihence west.  ,80rcluiliis;*'thenee;,south eighty chains, thenee:  'eiist eisiity'iiiaiiis'-'io'.���'piiieoiif'lJeK.rniiliiK'iiniir  1.:l I ii I iijf 0-10 iter lis. A:' r A/A AAA:~A': ASy/y;'yyo';:,'A/  "A 'bLARAHKLLI'CAUFFMAN': LoiiiltorA''  A:A '-' ���'' ���'.-./": .:/'-A. 'Hai-Ueit/'Afjenl. :-���'  ,-������/��� Dated  FebJylO.lWW.    -���;.:-///':'.//      A: ./  : AJii..- CoiiiineneiiiK at a post ..beiinf tJie-'soullir  wc'sVcorner of R..1. -Miner's "claim aiid -.id jiiceiit  .lo the southeast'eoruer of Olai-abell Kauff iiiiins  claim, ihence liorlireiKbty cliiiiiis.. thence east  eighty, eliains. tlience south; eighty... ehaiiis,  llienee west eighty chiiins toplaee of .beginning  containing OKI acres  !'; :..    ' A li-  >;l. MtLLKK. .Locator.  -'A. Hiii-ltett; Agent.  10. I1HW. " :    ��� .  ai  '/ ..putpit Feb  . :27. Coiiimeneiiig lit a post being, fhe.,northwest corner post of R, A. Hutchinson's claim,  and adjacent to the southwest corner of K. J.  Miller's claiiii. thenee. south' eighty chains,  (hence east eighty -eliains, thenee north eighty  eliains.ihence west eighty ehaiiis lo.plaee of  beginning containing BIO acres. '���'  it. A. HUTCHINSON, Locator.  : ,./ . a; Hiiekntt. Agent.  ,'.;:::,paieil Feb/ to,,tiKti..v.--./'.'..���' -,>;.;���;  ' -2$. 'Comineucing at.a post being'the nortli-.  east-corner post of .1, M,.- .tohtisou's chiim. and  ad jacent iiiUic northwest corner of R. A. Hindi  iusou's claim thence south eighty chains, thenee  west eigluy chains, thenee north eighty ehaiiis  thence east eighty chains to place of beginning  containing (i-IOiieres.  . '.".,.,---      '.'.  A , ,. ,    .1. M. JQHNSON. Locaiof'.  .:-,-.    A. Huekett. Agent.    ".'  ��� ,-'  Dated Feb. 10 ItlOII.    -':;,." '  Sli. (.'oiiiiiiencing.aba pose' being the initial  post of DJ F. Smith's i-laini. about two miles  south of (he initial post ofClarabeUlCiiYitliiuiii  ciaiin/ thenee noiili. eighty eliains. , to  the southeast, corner of J.. M. Johnson's claim,  ihence west eighty chains; tlience soutli eighty  cluiins, thenee east eighty chains .to-plaee of  beginning. conlaiiiiugiilO acres. ; ,  i'   ���' U'       '   . !'ii;>. I.'. SMtTItALocator.    /  ��� i"-- -. /A.- tiaekett. Agent:':  Dated Feb.,-10.1 WW,.  -'    ;  3il,. Coiiinioneitig ala post being the 'southwest corner posl of N. Davis' claim', and adjacent to the southeast corner of D. F. Smith's  claim, thenee north eighty chiiins. thence east  eighty chains', tlience south eighty eliains,  llienee west eighty chains to placcof beginning  containing'HO acres.      <-. -        ���    " A  N'. DAViy, Locator.  : A. Hackcll. Agent. /  .  .Dated Feb. Ill, I'.IOJt.  :il. Coniiiiencing at a I'ost being flic north  west corner .post of Lida llrooks- cliiim and  adjacent to the soiithwesL eoruer of N.-. Davis''  claim, thenee south eighty chains. Ihence cast  eighty chains, thenee north eighty chains,  thence,west eighty chains to'place of beginning  containing f. 1(1 acres.  .'������   LIDA  It ROOKS.   Locator.  ��� A   Hac.k-ett. Agent  Dnleil Keb: 10. lfl(W. . ...    .  :t:i. l.'ouiniencing ill ii )>ost being Ihe nbrtti-  east,corner posl of.lames Mursliall's clniin and  adjacent l<> Ihe nortliwesl corner- of Lida  lli-o'nks, ���������Infm. thence north eighty chains,  Ihence,we<t. eighty chains, thcn'ei/soiiili eiglity  chains, thence cast eiglity chains to place of  beginning! containing IHO acres.  ���JAMK.S MAIt.SHA.LL.  Locator.  A. Haclieft. Agent.  Dated Feb'. Ill, |!i(i:t.  :i:i. Coiiiinciiciiig at a |<ost being tlie initial  post of.I..I'l. \V. Thompson's claim, about two  miles south of the initial poM nf D. !���'. Sniilli's  claim, tiienec north eighty chains io tbe south  east cornel- of James Marshall's claim,' thenee  west eighty chains, thence south eigluy chains  tlienc' caM eighty chains to place of beginning,  containing li-lii acres.  ..I. K. W. THO.MI'SON. Locator.  'A.  Itiickcli. Agent.  Dated Feb. 10, IW.IJI.  a-l: 'Commencing at a post being Hie soulh-  weat corner post of George  P.  Roberts claim.  'and adjacent, to ,the ���southeast '-oi'iie.i' posl of  .1. L. \V." 'J'libinpsoiiV' claim. tbi-iii;e nortli,  eighty chailis'.,tlienceea-.|,eighty,chains.tben'-e  soutli eiglity chains, theiice ��'e-t,' eiglity chiiins  io tlie place of beginiiiiig,;co,ntiiiniiig iH').acres.  <! KOI.'CI-; J'J'K'OliKRTS: Locator!  :', A. Ilacketi. Agent:  Dated I'\-b. 10. liliK. ,, ,  ,':I5.," Coiiiniifiieii.ig ata posi being, the  north-  -west corner   liost ���of  Robert   Hari-'s clHin; niid  ,      -      ti . ' .    ��� ���        <.     .;  adjacent to the scuthVvesI coriier ol  Ocorgc  J*.  Kobcrts' claim.. Llienee  south   eighty, chains,  thenee cast, eiglity ehaiils.'.ihenee. nortli. eight.Vi  cliaiiis/ thence  w'eSi, eighty, clia ins to' pluce' of  beginning. rontainingii-Macres..- ���'������-,',  }',':���'.;:.���'.   '.  ''���'.   J{OliI;',K'].':HARR,..Loe,iitor..-...  -A.";.'   A. Hiickett! AgenL" .A  Dau?il Feb. io; (OIM.'K,;,;',''     .-.-  ���-  /. :  . ��t. 'A'oiiimeni-iiig lit a.-post being the northeast corner posr of isaae C'rawford'.? claini, and  adjacent, to; the, iio'rthweit cornel-:! of Robert  Barr'-'sr claim:'" thence', south': eighty chains;,,  iheiiee.west.eiglity cliiiiiis, thence north eighty  ehaiiis. lliiiiice east ;eigliiy'-c,liaiiis to jdiieo of  begiriiiing. eon'taiiiingiVIilacres.   / .",'/'���'/'���;'���  ISAAC CKAWFORD. Locator.  A. llaekettv Agent."  'Dated Feb. 10.��� lilltt. .- Ay ,,:,.,, /���-.' :.'��� ���:/;  . ��� :\7.' Commencing at a post b'eins the, northwest corner post of Fiiiiiia .1. Si one's elaiin.'iind  adjacent.to'.ihe south wesl ci.irner iif.l.fohiyAii-'  dcrsoh'sy'elaim; tlience south eigluy,,eliains.  tlience east eighty eliains. thence north .eighty  cliailis.; tliefice:,west eighty cliailis to pinCe;of  boginning.obutniiniigiHll acres. .'/A  ���    -     ���''���    :   ���'���������'.��� KMMA.1.' STONF. Locator.  ."������:'.;.;���-,.,,,..    , ;���,;,'   ,.. a. Hackett, Agent.   -.  -.    Dated J'',eb.'.10.i'.)0:t.  :., ..!.../.:,/���:  - ::!S/:'CoinUieiicing alii post; being the/northT  .eiist/cbnier',:posi of Alheit .SiclcafooseVV'laim  Jiinii ad jacent iii the. uivrtliivest corner ofKiiiina,  .i:ASt()ne'st'eliiini,'thoiice soutli eiglity chains,  tlience West eigluy .chains, tlience liortlreigbiy  leli'ains, ilieii<-e6 east eighty ehaiiis to the'place  ���if begjuniiig. coiitaiiiiiiglUOiieres.,"���'-';-.'��� ,'-'��� ;.,  A ...AI.IIKKT BlCICAFOOSJi. Locator. , ,'  ���'.;;���'���-. '"���-.'-.aaa;A A/tlaekeit.-Agent,A, .--v;  :-.', -Pateitl''eb,i0,- IPII3. '/A:!''-.1/,'"!'//..'���-,:.'//���'/:,,".-A!  :' :tii. :':Cohiiiiencing at; ii"'pos('y beiiigilie'south  ��vesi, corner' post of i. 15.'. l''i-atlicr'!s claim.,  tlieiiee north' eiglity 'cliiiin!!;- thence -etisl'; eighty  chains to iiio -'north westcorner of Albert SieWa-  fo'osc.'s' eftiim,' thence - so ii tii ..eiglity, chains,  theiiee cast eiglity cbaiiisio |dace;6f iiegiiiiiing  containing IHO'acres.-/' -' /--;A:-:;.:y-.::':���-:;::,,.v;y.,:,=-::.: :  ��� .-'���-���������������    ,  ,-'���������,-.'��� L. II.tI'KATH'ISK.. Locator. '  ��� '".'.��� ::���:]::���; ;' '.' - iA. Haekett. Agiini:."-' ::';  ;;/'Dated.Feb/l0;. 1I)IW/A/: -';//,/,"/*/|/..!,;:,;.///-',:  i/to/'Coiiiineijcingiita post,'.beiiig the ,north-  w-est e.i>riier tiosv of !A.iini3 S.' i'raliver;s.daiin  and: ad jacent to','the south west' cbrneiAbf/i/.ily  Priiilieiys ejaiiii/ theiice so i 11 h V- i jgi 1 tiy , ii 11 ������ i i i is,  theiice eiist"eighty'cluiinsv lheiiee ifcirili'-'''e.lglii.v  chiiins. iiience west'yciglity chain's-.' to 'place,!'-of.  beginning, cbiilaiiiiiig'ftttl acres.'-.-. v." .-;. ;'v'.'.-.'-���"���:���.  ANNI.K...S/1'KA'TliK.R. 'Ldciitpr.'-.-'  ',:' ,-,: , . ;,'A:;]lacl(elf. Agenl. '.-���'���  ; .Dated Feb:'!(i,.l,llO:j.;:/A/..,:/,,::.;.,,;f,.,'y.r.y.,,:.::.;,,.;...,.  / 41 .'...Commeiiciiig, n t; a post being-1he.nort'iir  east corner, liost of Hall iii .'L.'.:.Sniilli.;'aiid...ad-  jac-ent ui the; iiortli!west corner of-Aiinie S,;'  Prather's 'claim, tiience,',soutli eiglity chains,'  tiience west e'ighty chaiii's. iheiiel!'iiortli eiglity'  -cliiiiiis.- tlienci- eiist .eighty; eliiiitis to; place of  beginning: containing IHO iieres.-"  (���! ,,:  A A,./;���   :-: HATM:.tK L. SMlTHALoealor:/::  ������'���'iv-' A.A:.::;::-'.-.'.'.-. A. llaekelt,.Agent. ,,::.:  -���Dated Feb.i0.,liKi:t.;;;:.   ;.;,::;//   //;'���;'.;-"'./...;  .:: i:.V , Commencing ill a post: being/the "soui.h-.-  east ebrtier^post: of/.liiiiies, liAS.iiiitiiA;claim  aiid adjacent to tlie.hortli.'.iiiisteorrier of i-lattie:  L.;.Smitli's eiaiiii' thenee: north  eighty ..chains/  thd'nee w:est eighty eiitiin.s, thence south eigb'y  eliains: theiice ,east;,!eiglity, eliains "to'���;place of;  beginuiiig: containing (HOiicrcs.:".-''    , :   :���'/"/  ;��� �����������������.'���:-..���   ���-������.',   JAMI'iS.-it. SMITH.Locntbr:;:-  ^-���-���ii:..A:S,A :;;.'.- y ::;/ A/Ha eketl:" Agent. .;;: y  A Dated Fch.:i0/lS)(��::.;..���'yy'A.A^JA:A.;l%>JA#  rt::;A:t';!'Q6ihineiicin^::at/ii/ppst iieitig:the ifovili^'  easi!'eoriiei',pos(:of,'iq|in U6niiessey's cliiim :iii<l  adj'jceiit io itlio./northwest co'riiei-: of Afarioii,  l'owclrs. iiiaini, t heiiiie sou th;; eighty,'-. cli'iiiiis':  Uieiie'ewe.A'.eiglit.v.cli.'aiiis/tiieiice iiortli eiglity  eliains:y;ihence,::east';;e.igliiy cliaiiisitbiilacpAf;  biig f ii ii i 11 yy. eoii tii in ingy Hill acres./;, AA;_ A-A,' A;;tA; i  ������v./^'''"..!:.'.^./;:.:.'^'.:!:^]-!^  A/:v;.;;cy..��",;;A://A;'''-'';AAA:A:.Haekett;,::Agenf. A  ���.���-.^4.'TjC'oiuiiiL'nc'iiig-at'ii-4.i)osti--l)eiiig,n-:tliefisoiiili--  east corner post-of'.Tanies. 11. I'l-ailioi-.s chiim  aiid adjacent to the .southwest eoruer of.-W. A.'  Hackett's claim',: ihence-iiiorilv, eighty: chains  tliein.'e;��'est eiglity chain's, Llienee sou tii eiglity  eliains.-'-'.thence'., east eighty chains' io place of  ''beginning containing (HOiicresC ';/. /;  ���IAMKS ii. i.JHATHiOR. Loeiitor.  a;,;,.: -v. ���;;:..':   -..'., A. Hackiiti: Agent. ','������  A, bated'.-Feb. 10.ilK��!'    .:/.;,;..,-    , A/: /y/  .  -4S.   Comiiieiieing at a post.,-beiiig.the nortli  west corner .posl  of  Cliiirlie'Carlsoii's   claini  thenee east eighty chains, to the northwest corner of Jolin. Hennessey's-.claim, (heiiee '.soutli  eighty'chains, theiice west eighty chains thenee  north eiglily chains to place of beginningf eon-  tainiiig'iUO acres.!'   ,,.��:. ���"-.'.;..     .>: ',.',-������'������  ACHARLIF CAKLSONvLoualor.,-  ,:;.':- A.: 1-liiekelt. Agent.-.'. .  Dated Feb. 10. ifl0.i. y-'  ,.    / .,,,',  tC. Coiriniencingut a post being the north  east corner post of Oust Carlson's, elaini; unci  adjacent' io the iiortli, west, corner of .Charlie'  Carlson's claiiii. 'ihence west eighty eliains,  thence south eighty chains, tlience easleighty  eliains-. thenee- iiortii eighiycliaiiis'to place of  beginning, containing,(i-IO acres.  . '.:'  r,"A/A a:A:;-;������:   ;CiUST CARLSONoLo;cai.Or.-  :  ���'..:-,-    "A/.. -..-       "������-.- v A'.lhickett. Agent.'.!.... ���-.>.  / Dill ('it Fell. i(), lHOJt. Q yyy /;; ;..;./ :...:.-;' A:  ; 47. Commencing at n,-posi,. being the. south  east corner post of. Mary. Hennessey :s claim.and  adjiiceiit- to I he' noiihons.l'corner; of tt.iist.p'arl-  son's claini, thenee nortli.eighty- eliains, thence  Avest!eiglity chains', theiice soil th eigb t'y chains  ilienee east eighty eliains to place of beginning  containing tlio acres;-'. a.     ':-.-'  "   '"'.'".���.' MAH-VHi'lNNKSSKV. Loealor.  .   ���>:     A. HAOKETT. Agent; -.-'.  . ; Dated'Fcb. JO. I!)0:(.-:      ���'���;':   ./ .��������'     .-.'. A.'  / -18.' Coiuiiiuncing al a -post.. being, the. soiuh-  west corner p'ost of- Alargarel. Hennessey's  cliiim.and adjacent lo the suiiih oast corner/of.  ���Mary Heiinessey's claim, 'tlience .north 'eighty  chains, thence east.eighty chains. Ihence smith  eighty chains, thenee .west' eighty cluiins to  place of beginning/containing ft to acres. - A  M^KOAKKT HFN.VI'lSSI'iv, Loealor  Dated I'Vli.io. ioiw    '..      A. liackett. Agent  48. Coniiiiencing at a post being the south  west corner posl'Of Michael McAiieriiey'seliiiin  and adjucent io. the nortlnvest corner post of  Margiiret Hennessey's cliiiin, , ihence .lioi'tli  eighty eliains. thenee.A east eighty chains.-  llienee soiith'eigli'ty chains, tlieiiee west eighty  eliains to place of beginning, containing 040  'acres. - MICHAKL McANKUNKY. Lociilor  ''Dai.cil Feb. Ili'tli . ������'���        A. liackett. Agenl  SO. Coniiiiencing at. a .po'st- beiiig the south  east corner post of K. .1. Falicy's claim aid adjacent to the southwest corner of Michael Me-'  Aneriley's eiaiiii! thence north .cigbly chains  Ihence west eiglity chains, llienee south eighty  chains,, (hence .east eiglily chnins lo place '.of  beginning, cpntainiiig il-to aiires.  ' '   ,  '     '    . U. .1. KAilKV.'. Lociilor'.  Dated l''eb. lOlh . A. llaekelt. Agent  .M.- Commencing ��l a,posi being tb;. northwest corner of Louis ((.'hipp's claim. Ihence  Aiiilh eighty chains, thence cast eighty chains  to tbe.soutliwesl corner of Mary Hennessey's  claim, thenee north eighty ehaiiis. thence wesl  eighty.eliains to place of heidiming, containing  iNOiieres   ' ' I.OC1S 01,A i'l'. Locator.  '    Dated Fob. Hub       ���'.-   A . -Itiicketl. Agent  ' W. Coniiiieiieing at a posl being the north  cast corner posl of KUeu Carlson's claim, and  adjacent' to tlie north west cnrncr ' of Louis  Clapp's claim, thence south eighty chains  thbuce wesl eigbly chains, thenee north eighty  chains, thence casl eighty chiiins to place nf  beginning, containing 040 acres  ICLI.KX CAKLSON. Locator  '   Dated Feb. 101 h A. llaekelt. Agi-nf.  Wt. Commencing at a post being t he south  east corner post oi' -Edward Corkeij-'n  claim  and adj iceiii io Hie noiih i-a-t corner of Kliei,i'  C;iiisoi!> ehHiii.i.lieiieetioriii so ehaiiis. llienee  Wi.-.si so chaui--. Hi'ejiei- south 80 ehaiiis. tlience  east so.chiiiiKt'o place of beginning, coimiiuin^  'fi'lli acres. ���'" I-; iitVA KI i COIfK'K (tV. Locator  ���Dated ,Feb. luili A; Hackett, Agent  51. . f,;oiiiiiii'ii'eiiig at a . post.being the south  West corner, 'post of I), n. V. .Morrison's claim  and',adjacent io tlie soutlieast coiner yf Kd-  wa'rd Coi kery's claim. (hence iiortli 80,chains  llienee,, east-- 8i; ehaiiis; tiience.soiith SO chains  tlience west So eliains to'-'plaeu...of. .beginning'-  containingi'io iieres. ���,.-/.,��� ���' !-. '"���'.'",/' :/  '������:��� D.'.! i. V. MORRISON; Loc.-itor  Dated Feb. lotii-        ��� y - A,;nai-keit. Agent,  ,->5 Coiniueiiciiig a( .a post, being the noiih  west corner post of'Lcorge it. Taylor.-y claim  tlieiiee soutli eighty/chaius io;,thc nortlnvest.  corner of D p V Jlorrisoiis "ciaiin. t hence east  eight'yAchainS. thenee tioi-tji/eighty ..Chains.'  ilieiiee west eighty ehaiiis to place of begiiiniiig  coiitainryf I'lOacres. ': "; " A ': ' ',;.'-. A :'/  !'��� "'' '���'< v,<:KOR(-;h.B,TAYLOR,,t:<ieator ,  Dated oW-i. 10th , A    'A fhiekeit, Agent  ',".'"- ���������'���-������'h ���������--:���'.��� ���������.' :��. ."'������.' A. ��� a ,'  .ill   Coniiiiencing at   n   post'being   (he   north  east corner.prist of William' L Macii'sciaim and  adjacent to tlie northwest corner of Ueorge  I!  i'ajior-s.'ehii.'n, thence soil lit .eiglily - cliaiiis,  tlieiiee wfost eiglily chains, thence nori'li eigluy  ebaitis. rlivnee easL eiglity' chains  to  [iliiee of  beginning, .containing titoaci-es,,:.     . ' ���.'/;  A,-."''A::/!.'!.   ,-:WlLI'iiA,I\l IV;JlACKv'Loeiooi'���'���':''  ,'Dated Peb.,IOih;   A     ' .A Hai'-keti. Agent ;A  ��� 57..' CoiiiiiieiHiiig at ii. posi- being the soulli  west corner post of Glist, II'.Kelley's claini, iind  adjacent to tlieiiortlieiist.'corne'iMif ,William,,L  Ma'ii.-'s elaini. ; thence-"f-tinUli eighty ' cliiiiiis  ..tlience east eighty.chains, thenee south eighty  cliaiiis. tlience west eighty! eliains io place of  beginiiing.i-ri-.itaiijing (itii acres'-' :/ ,-,;.' .:, ..  '-., ./'     A'CU^t! Il-KKLLKV/Locator  "/Paled.Feb; i(ith;: ������������     :,    A HacketLAAgitni/. A-  :,5S: .'Coniijieniiiiigat ;\ 'post^^.being:Hie/south  ciiSt'cpriipr post of i'boinas H Tollel'setr's c-iiiiiii  iind'.'ailjaccn'.'.to the south w:esl corner of'���<.��� list  H Kelley-.s eiaiiii. theiice.-lifirlli, eighty,chains  thence west eighty chains! Uiejicosoiilh,,eighty'  chains, 'thence easf:eiglily:-,'einil lis :to place of  lja;giiAnng/cpiitiiiiiMig04(i acres :.fe/r   ..;--/   :  7:A "/ ;t/hOm^vAAi tollffskn; iAieati>i  ���jDatcdiAdiJMO.ifiiwy,; !A\A liiickett, Agimt:  eliains,  tlieiiee, east eiglity chains, to place of  beginning, containing 040 ncres    , ��� w  .        /,       , SAMUEL  Dated Feb. 18. '\<Ai , ;  K. GKKKX.' Locator  a'. Hnciselt. Agent' :  ' It Coihineneirig at-a post being the north  west corner post .of AI.'-K.- Russell's 'claim, and  adjacent to the uortheasl corner ofnDaisy Au-  dcrsoh's ��� elaim. theiice soutli eighty chains  thence east eighty chains, tlience north'eighty  chains'.' thencoAvest eighty chains to place of  beginning..containing fi-10 acres,.;. -���  .'.'���''!       / A.;,Mi K. RUSSELL. Locator :  ��� Dated t;'eb. 18, I9i��. ' ' A. UaehettA.Agent/.  lo Conuncncin')/',iit.ii post beiny; the  soti.tliwcJit.i-orncr ])iist rif !Miit-y A. Ala-  lice's claini and atljacentAto 'the, soutli  eatt cornel; of John 'O^Keal's ciaiin.  thciict? north 80 chains, thence .east.-'SO  eliains, thence south SO chain's,."- thence..  \vest '-80, chains', to place of beo-innino-  contiiiiiino-(i-|(i acres./-- -A .- V  .;��� '"a     jAA^lnry'A.. A'iuheiv J-ooatoi:.,  '���'���-/  ,...//'  ,    A.,Hackett,AVp-etiL'   ;  'oitifcii Feb.'"is:"ifio.*i.   ,.v. :', ���'   -  AA/. ;y'A'A!;l/'':AvNOTlCE./A'^-A,,y'':,.'..,,-:-,  - Notice is hereby given, ilia I (li iii y'days' after  '.iliite, w-e'i.lie.itn'ilei^igiicd, inleiid;tp/apply.yto  the' Assistant" Cpiniiiissioiier".' of I'.iimls! Vi'iid  W'o'rh-s, for.the pisirictiif JCiisl..JCootSiiiiy. iviid  the,Chief Comiiiissioneipf .Lands and Wo tics  .'for licenses toI'i'iro'spiic.'t';foi;. c'oiil, oil tlie .'followiiig dbseribediands situate s'oiiili' of the Flathead .River, hear (lie I'iiiclier C'rceic/Trail: anil,  easlrjf the east bouiiilaryiine of the; Canadian  i'aeiiic/Railway griitit;iii'tlie,soutii east'poi-fioii  of i'last.rCoqleiiiiy Dislrict;:IJritish.Coluinbi'a. '<:  .,..'���'��� I :.(-'oniineneiiig at ii 'p'osC.bein^ilie horthwest  corner post of D. F. Anderson's claim, aiid adjacent to,the northeast corner, of Mtiy, Knglisirs  claiiiiy.then'ee soiitireiglit.y chains,; thenee east  eighty: ;<;haii)s;;, tlience Jiiorth: eighty/ elui ins.  Iheiiee w'est'eiglit.vychains to:plaee'.fif.b'eginning  eontaihingliio acres: /;.''./;//! ':''/':���! ''/A'-':., ��/'��� '  ;./;!// AA ' /sA/:A/b-/I''/A>Ji>l'n^SON/Lcira(0r  ADated"Fcb. 18. ifl(|:i'.",A.'. ''AV'tliickett', AgciitA /  . -2,.'Coniiiieiieing in a post beiiig,tlie southeast'  corner post of.:;Keginau,,Caiison's;;claiiii.;thence  iiorili eiglity chains,: tiie'tii-o.west eiglity cliiiiiis  to-the iiortiieast eoriiei' .or/b/F./'Aiictei'Soii's  cia ini,! tiience spuih e.igh tyyeliiiins.iheiice west  eigdity cltaiiis.to.place.of:begiiiiiiiig, eoiitainiug^  '.(HO'iic.ros^  !',:Apyit-bii.n'?eli;'itiAA.'A'^A-:rA  /;l .���-.Co'uiiiieiic'i'i.-it.iit ii'post being the southwest  i'Oriioi- postqf rihi'Cai-lsbn's.eliiiiii aiida'd jiiceiit  to .the-spu'theasiycprnei-Ao.f.R  chiini, liioneeiibi;tli'eifeHity,chaiiisAthence!;eii.si-:  ''.cigiilyA''c!iiiins;'''-M  theiice':wesi/eighiy,'chillns Ip,phifiepf. hegiiiiiihg  eontiiiiiiiigiiiO aci,esrA:i.i')A1!CARLSOM,;r.pCiitpi'  A ii:itedieelAlS.A!io:i;AA:>':A:Hackett  :/-r-; Coiii ni'ei:eiiigiii"a*-p'ost;i.i'eiiig:ili6'noi'ih\vest  eoi-iier posto'ti.l F Donnelly's claiih : aiid adja-'  cijiilib the split.Invest corner of yfda; Caiisou's;  cliiim'; (hence. Soulii civilly chains,/jlience; oust  eighty. ehaiusA'thenee ..n<)i��� iii : oijrlit y;. clia jus.:  thence .west eighty cli-.ijiis.to plaee^of beginning  containing (till 'acres   A  '':'-,.,,.. .;/".;.   A  '.!.' ���'. AAA AT-A :   .1 I'A pONNlCLLY/Loiator :'.'  ''/.Datea.l',ebil8, lOOl,/..:: . A. HacUelt Agent   .  Cf   ��   ' .'-- '   .. ' '.' ': -  ��� '-���;������    ':'' t;.', . ������, .'   ;, - --!- -'-.  5 ..Coinmencing at a-post beingihe northeast  corner post of:lJatriek,Hennpsscy's cliiim.-; and.  .'adjacent to.the north west corner/pf J:,F Don-'  nelly's- claim. Ihence "soiith eiglily chains  thence West eighty ehaiiis, ihence iiortli bighty  clia ins/-tlience east eighty 'chains to place of:  iioginning,.i:oiflniii>ng.tHO acres. ' / ,. !:,:/, '���-, :  A: /, y AFAi'RrCK'HFNNKSSEy/Llicaliir'''  ::<''':'!/.: ��������� A Hackett/A.gent-;,  /' ii Conimeneiiigatiiiiost lieiiig the northeast  corner prist of T-Wa'klo Murphy's claim and adjacent to the -southeast, cor'n's'i-,',pf, Charles 'Ails-  tin's claim, thoiiec spiitli eighty eliai.tis.'thenee  w-esl eigluy cliains?lheiice iiortli eiglity chains  ..Ihence'east eighty'eliains;to piacc of .lieginning  containing. 010 acres .-./.. :- ��� A '''/ ���" '.  ';i:;A: AA A/'lA^i^O; MURPHY A Locator ; >":!  ���'/!' " - /At:':' ; A: v-' .A.HaeketAAgent';  :  .';7". Coniiiicncihg at if post'heingtlie lioi'thwe'St.  .corner.post of C Lewis' claim  and  adjacent to  ilie nortiieasl corner' of/.T  Waldo . Murphy's  claim /thenee south eighty'chains'.':-thence' east  eighty   eliains, ,tlience   north,  eiglity   -chains  llienee west-eighty eliains to place of beginning  containing fito acres     ' C,LEWIS. Locator  '  .    ���   '���''.';.- : ''".,: ���'!   , '���'������,' -'���        A Iiackett,;:Agent"   ���  .'.-. 8   Coininencihg at a post being the southwest  corner post, of George Turner's  claiiii .and. ad-  M'aceut. to, tiie   southeast corner .of Charles S  Chile's -.claim,".' tlieiiee   north    eighty    cliaiiis  t  ,-'.' l'i y('i>nunetii;iiioy,;itAi post, being the  noi-tltwest corner post/of T, A'.'Ke'ed'rS  claini and, yadjaccnt: to : the--,southwest,  coriicr of'''Mary,, A. .Maher's' '/'claiiii."  thyncc south SO i.-liains! theiii-'c east SO  chains, thence, north SO chain's. , theiice  .west- SO chiiins'' to /place of-licp-innino'.  coiititi.itino-(i40 iici'es.'A/A A-       ;'  /       //'A'A '<��-..T'- \fe Keett. Lociitor.A."���  '"A.-"'!'   '���;'������"��� ,. '������.''..'. ./A., Hai'ki'tt. Ao-ent,.  ; Dated KcbAlS. filO:!.      !:!'"'''.''"'' ./A A''���������'  -' a-, ':-.     ,'       :<-,,.; ";-.(..-/..   . .. ,:   ..  , ���'  :?;.������������ .A-..'- ���'.'���"���"''���  ��� : '1,7:, Coniniencino/itt; a po'st licitiyy the.  iioi'tli\vcsAc<M,'iiciAp6st,'6)! \yilliam.Sial-  tifaiitA; clai in." a nil ad.jaccn t to the north  e;ist"AiOiiiiu- 'of!', T./'A'.A I'lijedA:  claim  theiice'sottihSd chajits.,thence west-SO'  clisiinsi- 'tlieiii'eitorth S(i chains/ theiice  ;;:;i1stAS('"ciifitn^iv>"jjiiiv(-^f^  containino-.(M0 jicres! -A,::/  ,;;// /:/,;    A-;A  "���'..'"' A.-���'���'��� y-.A'.'AVi.lliiiin Mitlafaiit/.Locator  ;:  ; A/A-:;;,.:,;v: Hitclcett. Ayeut,"  /  DittedvlAjli.-IS, '|!iQ:i..'A.A-,  y,-   //.A!/",/''  -.:. IS.;yGoiiiiuenciiio:.-;tt, ii |iost,,liein^:'-. the  tioi'tiietist' cortietA: jnist t)f y: Charle^"; K/  Slaiijc's 'iilaiiu,yahtA: ad jiiceiit; ytii! /the  south/i-itst'corner ol' AVilHahi^.Miilafimts  ciiiihi'.AtlTeii'cc' soutli, SO: cliiuiis.Zthoiice  /west-;80 i-hitin<,Alienee iiortli.;SO" ehaiiis,  theifcc:.:easl-':iS()A(:hjiinsAt'oA;place of bc-  jrinniho'/contiiinino-.iHO :i(;res/ A/:,, yy,> "���:  AA', A:!:!:,, < -harles/H: Shitie. -l/ocatoi-.-  A';" ,?��� ���������.���-"'-'."..ia),'a_: ������A.'Ai' Hifckctt. A��'eni.!'!'  .������:���;������ Diite(l-.PelC-:I.S,''':l!��(i;i.'-' -/.;.-- --A//  --;///;-  .:::;10AA/otniiieiicih^;at,iAp(>sAl.iei.ii'tf! the  iiorthi'\vest;eoriiei-f, of ('"'or:t ''-HA.; SI tine's''  claini.VittKltidjiiceiit to  the, iiortli   east  'qqrher.A'p^  thence, soil tii SO ehaiiis.' theiicc;/ east/ SO  cliaiits./Alieiicc'iiorth,: SO! chtti tis. Atlieiiiie,.  west/SO /.,cliaiiis /to/jilaec of.iVe'jriiiii'iii'f.-;  coiitainiiig-iiyfl aci-es:/;;.A; ���".'���������:;,r. /':';:,-::  A-AA'/A/A: A/ A;A,/:X!oi-iii;!B.ySlaue., Locator,  :A;A :;!A;A/.:/A;A:'/:;/':.:A f ;Zy.\v; flai'lcci-t-i'-vVo'cht,  A~/Datijd;:Fcb".;ltl;:.|!l(!i:i::s./.-/A/'A-yA'/'/'/'AV;/  :/Z'/20''AC'o^  itoi-theitst (loriieiyiifyAIiirtiti Bet'o-stroins'  i^aiiriAaiid/AuljaccnU -lb /the/so it theast  cornei/of/OicAl'AAHoii'/s-AliiiiuA  !sou.th;.S(l' chainsAthehce ivest ;,S0 /chains!  ;theiic(iyiibrth /:S0/c,haitis:/,thcii<?eAcastAS0  ;/cliiuns,,to'placc/or/yjieo-im  'iiiovtMOAitfi'cs.::: //AA'AA''."; A1 :A''"vAy A--' '  AA :; Ay! ��/; ^Itirtin 'Beii'o/sfrbnt: i^icatoii  A ''AAA'A.'; AA/A - A. .IT-aolfott./ Ag-ent./ ,:  A;/-DiM/ed:;Fcli.:-]s./;li)(i:i.y-' y;;,/.//:,'':;/A"; :'A  ���/ 21.y'/Aontniencino- at a,[lost liciito-otlic  soiitI,iav<j.st.:i:cirivp.r.!710st,- bf:;-.; Ir?ator���. .L:'.'- Le-  viinder's:-/ ciaiin.. ,aiid adj;tci.;.iit,., to the  north/tvcst/cbrner.iif ftthaii A; l/'iitriclvs  c.latiii.'t.'.l/ieiiceiiiii'th.S'O 'chiiins/-,thence  east'SOychaiiis. tlience sou tb SO: chains/  tlieticcA/west :-S0: chains, to'place, of lic-  iritiiiitio-. (���(intatniuo't>4(!i acres. '��� A/  //   /y y  y,  Peter .l!.:rjevan(ler. LocatVit-  '."',,',' ''"'' :A/ A;, ���A.''Htickett, A.o-eiit. .,..  /;  Dafed >eb. is; .iiio:!/; A Ay! '"'-���' ]a  ��� .22 /C,oniniencitiii'ill- iiiib.st'-b'cinir <the  northeast i;'oi'iiei.':'ol' Thomas , \V. Bjrk's  claim, iind ���sVfljticent"' to ; the south east  corner =;.of" Kcbccc'a Lpyan'sy cliiiin.  ..tlioncc.'sciutli/, SO chaihs./thonec ivest;;:80  chains, tlience nortli .R0.<;h'ah'is...'. thence  east-'-SQ- ehaiiis to place of be<rinnini;'.  containing-(i-JO acres..-������-.���.- ' - ���  :::,;,/:;. A'. Thqnias: W.Birlcs.: Locator  /A;A',' "A. 'Hacl^ttiAo'ent.' ������'���  Aliatcd Feb.AlS. 190H.   ���      ��� '"' ''"A'  heiiee east eighty chains, tiience spuih eighty  eliains, thence west eiglily ehaiiis  io  place  of  beginning, containing 0-io acres  'A. :      /v        (iKOROK .TURXEH. Locator;'  ''���" A '.,..'"   ��� A Hackett. Ageiit -     .  ,:-!i Coniiiiencing a I a/post being the northwest,  eornerpost of L Ii Dratiier's claini and adjiiceiit., to the southwest coiner of Cleorge Turner's'claim, tlience .soiith- eiglity chains, thence  eiist. eighty eliains. tlience north eighty chain-"*  t hence west eighty chains lo place of beginning  containing .ft -to acres      LH FILvrilKK Locator  ,."'������ .       A'llackctt. Agent  ' 10 Coiuincncing at a posl being the southeast  corner,posl of I'M ward (Irubb's claini, thenee  north eighty chains, thence west eighty chains  to the northwest corner of (ieorge Turner's  elaini, thenee soutli eighty chains. Ihence east  eighty chains to place of beginning, eoniainiiig  IIIO acres A . hill WAK I) O KITIIH, Locator  - A llaclcet.l.', Agenl .-.  "II (Joiniiieiieing al a posl-being Ihe .south  west corner posl. of Albert Heck's claim and  adjacent to the southeast corner ol'-KdWard  t.'i-iibh's' claini. thenee north eiglity chains  thence casl eiglily chains. Ihciico smith eighty  chains, tlience. west eiglity ,cliiiiiis to plnce of  beginning; containing Hie acres.  A LIIKKT ItKCK.iLdcaior, A. Ilac.1,0 I. Agent  l:J (,'omiiieiieingy at ii posl being t he uorlli  west corner post of Thomas p'oster's claini ami  adjacent- lo tin- south west corner .if Albert  Heck's claim, thenee south'. . eighty chains  Ihence Cast eighty eliains. thenee north .eighty  cliaiiis. thenee west eighty eliains: lo place of  beginning, containing H4(i acres.  iil(iMAsA.'(i.STI';i  A 2:! Cpmnieiiein��' at a post beiiiy! the  northwest corner of -Mabel H: Haeketts  .claiui. and /adjacent to the northeast  corner of. Thomas ��� VV\ Birk's-., ciaiin.  thence south S(l chainn, thence eiist- SO  chiiins, theiice north.SO chains, thence  west SO..,chains to pbice.of'bcjj'innlnjr  containino-(140 .-teres, '     ' ';  , y ��� /' A^rabel H.; H;U:ket't. .Locatot-  ,-a,-A s'-''���''."     \,  |-lacke'tt.: Att'ent *  '''' Dated t'e.li. IS. 1!)(>:-;..   ,'  L'4 ' CViinineiniiny at a'postbeintr tlio  southeast, corner post-of Prances (iood-  nei'"s i.'laim.'-tind ad jacent .to -the south  west, corner (if'Thoinas l-'ahey's claim,  tlience north SO.elniins. thenee ivest.SO  eliains, Ihence south SO chains, thence  east So ,<diains tb place' of beounnino-  ciinliiinino-(i-IO acres.  ���',l;Y:iiiecs Goodlier; LOcnlor  - -:  ' A. liiii-Ueft: Aoeni.'  ,  Diii.'d Feb- IS. liKI.'t. .    "  2"> .('oniniencino- ;lt a post iM-ino- the.  soittliiinsf <'oriici-/post of I). X; Mc-  lntyrc's claim, ttitd it lion t tun miles  south iif.I. K. W. Tlioiiipson's init-ial  post, thence 'north So-ehaiiis. thence  west, K(l chains, thenee smith SO chains  ast SO chains to place of )�����-  eontttiliinjr ,<i-t(�� ticres. .=,  I). N: .Mc.lnt.vrc. Locator  AJ ll.-iek.-it,  Ao-ent  1��.  IS.. I'.MKI.  thence west SO clia ins   to .place  of  be-  H'iiinino'. (.���omaining (i-ld aci'es.      .,  KditJi (,'rawfoi'd.��� Locator.  ������"; A. Hackett,A-\<rciit  ;])ated'Keb. IS, -jilo:!; ���:/; A, //,  '27 '(Aiinniencino-;ita post beintr'the  north'u-est,' eoi'tier post. of H. . I.. ;Me-  Intyre-V- claim, aiid adjacent to'tlie  southwest corner of Kditlv </Vaw-ford's  claim, thence soutli SO. ciiajhs, thence,  east SO/chains.ithen'ce.north-,-So .chains  thence/west'-'so.villainsAto place, of- be-  jrinhinjr;-.c'o.nta'iiiiny-'()4p acres;' A-  aa".A' ���;.':'.��,.   ': } U..'fJ: 'SUrliniyreAl.oi;iiior  ���-���' ';.''"!",' ; ..,'���: !'-/'A.'Hacketr; Ajjfi��t A.  ADated Peb-As.-ltvO;!.    ,-.:'.;��� ,<:���!..";:;'  ',28'./' Coiivmenciiio- atajwisi   being- iiiv:.  northeast' jiost''of; '-.(//h'a'rl'os  .Vlclntyre"* ,.  claim/;und  adjacent,,!to  the northwest  cbi'tiei'/bf   II.   L.   -jVlclbtyres    ciaiin/.;  :theticeysoiit:h;S0 cba'ins, thence,, west Slf  chains, tlien'ii'e noi-'tli SO chains,   thehcij,-  east-S(l chains  to,, place   of  beg-iniiin"'.  ciintaiiun.o- 040iieres. .'AA'"-  A. ���:/''������'>���.;��� (/harles .Mclu'tyre, Locator :  /Ay ���;"��� :.'/.��� AA! .A.AA- Mackett.':'Ac|'ent.y'/,  :   Dated lreb.l:S,lilO:i/   -, ,'/:'/;,,/, :>-! '  ,: 2!l! , (/oninienciny/at/a. post about, two  ���mile's"'/ south, of y (/harles^ ^Vclntyre's ,,  iniiial/iaist.'beino'fhe soiitheast.eoi'iier;  post, of .li)se]ih ''Martin's  c\fiim���' thent-e  "north 8ti eliains, -tbonee!west-S(l' chains!  thei.i.ciAsoiiflASO'chaiiiSJ.thencc! east 80/  chains to:place! of/beoyinniiio';: eoiHtiiti-;-  dtio-"(i40 acres;������ ������ '���.'*.' ".a-a.-.-.? A,  yA ; :A-'..'A'-A-  '" ,. -.7OHeph Alai-tiii.;,L6cat0r/  '"-���:'"/"A/"A/'   .' yAcV!AI:!ackett,' ���A-,a,eiit:"V. :,.'���'  /,,iJ)ated/hVb:'/lS,:l:)0;i./A..:./;::Ay!//;AAy  -: :.iO/A/Qoiuiii'(ii)(on^i.ti^josfebeiii4;i:tlrfc=  south west corner/posfijf SethiYiircoe's:  claiiii;/; and";adjacetit Ao/ the''southeast,;  corner of VIoseph jMartin'is/cliiuii,theiice/  .iiortli SO'ehtuns. thetii'e;east.BO' cluiinAy  theiice south SO ehaiiis,.Ahe.nce west. 80/  ehiiiiis to/pliiceAof '���'��� I)c��'ilaiiinjr. "coiltain-y,  i.it"/ (i-IO acres,'     : A'-A: y ���: /'A/a ./-AAA:/A  '-������   1-;'    .���::-:���:,���'���   fl������!������������ .-A:   --1-    ''--v..    ��� -,  '.-:������:    &<.;'&'���������������  ::::���:::;:!;:!;,:!:/; A:: A,Seth Ararcoc. Locatoi-/;  ."-A/A;/'AA/a-.-/a a" :^- .rlackcti,Mg-entA  A-JJutuuAFebA^  /A;U.A'.(:;oi]1ineneiiioya.t/a "-.])6st':lje'itijf ;'-th'cA  nortli wost AyeornetA'���",;/pi;stA '6ie: .1 oseph! /  Phillip's: claim/ tind/itdjacent  toi!the  >ioitthwest' eoriiei-/ of    Seth/' Va'rcoe's :  t;'la.iiiij"tlieiii/eA^b.iit,]i'A80;/'��)i'Jiiti.s;A,i.-lieiifeo.V  east 81) chains,/thence; librth 80 AcliaiirsA  thence ' west/ 80 Ajhaiiis'A.to^pkuie/bf be-t  jniiii;iio'Acpnt,ainiu��':04Priaiij:i:!s/!^^  !-.i;f,!-/'/-       yy /AAosejilrPbillips. Locator;  'A t.;.AAA,'.:',/,...!: /A/A;'H;(eket,t/:;Ao;ent/c/!  :'/.n;��:t^fi,!t,eb.',IS,; )iiO:!AAiAA'':AA,.!:A:A!/AA'/:  !/-:vi2f:;.c;piittiieiici.,nfft4tt:a/iM.)st/^  northeast/'cprncr.;: post',- oT-'Akuthe'rihe, -  Aniie yaircoe's/cltiiiiiAandAi'dJ  the. north west, cprnerofycisepl ViPiijllips-''.  claitii./theiice AsoitthAso'fchan  /west 8(|,AhanisAtiience/!iiort^li/SO^chains/.  theiic^feaatAS(A,chains/ U)Aj)laecioAl.ieA '  ^iiiniii^.Awntaiiiitig/i^OiieresAA:'/./// /A  ���^'"i! !-���!' vvr:: ^" *i! 'ie ?,".! ��� ^ ^j^^i ^ '^ST-i ''"voo / ^-I-'dba to tv ]  AAA -' '���//���'/;A!'':'A^AHaeki!;!tt;yA:<rctitAAAr  .A 'Da tei L'r/e Ua [ sAlOO;! A'A '���^{^li^WM'-  i/ "IU ACoiinneiiciny iit/a 'posT.;,;iibdui"lyrof  miles .soiith'1'<|f-:'the',-iii'itiiiI;T)ost'.'6f- Katli-'  ':.   -"���: ' -    ���'-;-'   :��� --., ���-,- \.��������������� --    --���     ---.   .    ��� ��� ",'  erin^/Aiiiie Ararc(iers cliiiin,/bbiuy-; the /  sonUieasf'cprncr  claim, theiice iiortli ',SO:<;liaiiis,   theiice-  oust Sp/cliains, tliencc.south".."SO-.cl'taiVi*/-.  thijnce/wcstSO chains-io 'pkieci.'-.o'fOie-."  o'iniiino-, (.piit.ainino- tiilOiiepeS. ^ ! ���;,/:-:,,'..;  /���:,��� ���:- ///'A'. v^ditb'Pliillips. LViciituiA,  - '��� A i-,.''������������ ���'A-'AA: lTaoket-t-. A'o-ent A  Dated Fell.':IS. 1!K):!. A     ���'/      '.''".���'���'���    A'.  ! vi-IAC'omihenctn'o- at a post beiiig'' the -  soiithwcst/eornor post-of'Fttul Phillip's- -  claim /and Aailjttcent Ato-the ssottthetist ,;.  eoruer of Tldith Phillip:* claim/ theiicc  'north SO.cliaiiis./thuiice.e'ast 80:! chains,  thence soutli ,Sii chains, thence west SO.  chains to/place ;pf .beg-iim.ih'g-;-'/eoittain'r-.."  t tig-040 acre?-.. ' ',.'' ,-��� A.;" a'.';'/....  .//A 'A/PauLPhil lips,: Locator.,.'  .':.'' ���:!."''':    "a  !.'.'A.; TTaekett. A'o-eni      :  ���Apaie^:^i.;lS,/!W:};'..A'A  : .;'^;':f-:puiineneiito'.at-,a posfAbeino-ihe!::  iiortli   west   corner.. poStAqf AFdimmd/ ���  Drnry's clai in and adjacent to 'the south  ,"'pst cot'iiei-.of   Patilo:f3iiiil-ipV' ,claini  thence south SO chains, thence  cast,80'  chains/thence north 80 cluiins,   theni:e  west'SO chaitjsyto  place-, of l>ejr"inniiiy'-'  contiuiiin;''ii4<) ttcres.   ���".'. ���..'!���';  A A     'A y        Ldiuiind.Di'iu'y.:Loeator    .  A  , ': A- Ibtekett, Aij-ent  ,'   Dated l-'eb. IS.,i!l(KI.  : , A'v Connueticino- ;ttda |iost beiit'o- tbe1  northeast corner post of Sidney Glarkes  .claim", and adjacent' to'tlin  northwest,  curlier- 'of     Kdntimo"    DrnpyA   claim,  thence .south so chains, thenee west SO',  chains, thence .north S(i chains,   theiice  eiist   SO chiiins   to   iilaAe   (if beyinnino-  coiit.-iiiiino-r.4(i aci-es.  .Sidney Clurk  .'.'"'.'' A.   Uaekett  - Dated I'/i.-b. i.s.'.pio.'!.'  :/AAAAAA':A!Ai  A'&a  :;$�����  :.-'::fc/'/'  .- Local or  A then l'  thenee.  o'inniiit  Dnti.-d K  Localor  A Hachett. Agenl-  t:i (.'oiiimencing at a post being the northeast  corner post of .Samuel K (.Ireen's claim and'adjiiceiit io the northwest corner of Thomas  Foster's claim, thenee south eighty eliains  thenee -west eighty chains, then :e north eighty  2(i (-ointnencitio-at :i posl beinjr the  southwest corner post of Kdith Crawford's claim/and adjacent t<i the south  east.corner, of D. N; Mi-Iutyre's claim  tlience nortli SO chains, theiice east  SO    chains,   thence   south   80   chains,  ���'17 <'onuiieneitio in' a post Ik-iiiitn i.|iu  northwest corner p<ist ofMarslutil  (���owlino-'s claim and adjac-io^to the  southviiist , coriicr of .Sidney (,'larlce'i.  claini. thence south So chain;,, thenee  east SO chains. ; hence liiiri h S(i chains,  .thence west SO chains In place on',,,,  ���rinnino'. containinc; iMtl acres.  Mai-shall < 'mvlino  A.  Ilackeir.  Dated' l-Vln I.S. l<((i:l.  ���  .'( -  ;>s  Locator  A yeni  Coiniiieticiiio' at a post 'beit.iy the  northeast corner.jiost of Mclinda (,.'ow-  lino's cliiini. and adjacent to the north  west corner of Mat-shall ('iiu-liuH-'., ���'  claim, thence south SO 'chains.' them-c.  west 8(1 chains, theiicc north so chains,  thence east 8(1 chains lo place of be-  ���rlnninjr. eontainirii,'- H40 acres.  Melinda Cowlino-, Locator  A. ITackett.Ao-ent  Dated b\b. IS, 1903. A    ��   A  / I  ,.TI-IE, PROSPECTOR, PORT STEELE,  B. C.,,  MARCH 14. ,190;  & North Star Lodge  o  NO. 30.  ' A. F. AND A. M.       C. R. B. C.  lOIl'i- STKLLH. i:. q.  ' Regular   mcttnjr���Kt    Tue-day  hi   eacb  month at eigln o-elocl;      Visiting Hrctliern arc  coroially invited.  ElkKiver Lodge.   IViuie.  icgular iiieetiug-  held tlr��t Fiiday oi each month.  Cranbioolc Lodge. Ci.iubrooU, regular meetings held on the third Thursday of each month.  " 11. L. M-M'UKtt. Secretary.  {&h& $fV0&p��)Ci0X:.  SATURDAY. ,MAK<  II   H,   10(1".  Rocky Mountain Chapter  :s*o., 125. R. a. >r.  FORT  STEELE. B. C.  |   LOCAL NEWS. |  ^Uiiiiiiiiiiuuiiuaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuauuuu?  A. Doyle whs al Cranbrook on  business Friday.  M. King', a Cranbrook lumberman was; in town Tuesduy.  Regular meeting's���2nd Tuesday in     ' H, Arnold, a  raneher.   was   in  -. TvirtTirl-, ut ^in-lit n*i-��lnoV. ,,     -   -it-, i....,,]....  each month at eight o'clock.  Sojourning Companions are cordially  nvited.  R. L. T. Galbraith Scribe E.  Professional.  Geo  S. MeCarter. J. A. Hurvey  HARVEY & MoCARTEK  Barristers,' Solicitors.  Xoturies Public,  Conveyancers eft".  '    FORT   STEELE,, U. (J.  REVELSTOKE: STATION ami GOLDEN  COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY     MADE.  W. JR. ROSS  ���Barrister      "-,    -       Solicitor  '    NOTARY    PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER.   ���   .  Fort  Steele,  B.' C  Fort Steele development synuicatk Ltd  138 Leudenlmll Street. London. Knglaail-  'N. A. WALLINGER, FORT STEELE.  o POST OFFIOK BOX S.  THOMAS   McVITTI'E-  P.U.S.  &  G.B.  'Eort Steele B.C.      '  J. G. CUMMINGS  civil engineer  Provincial   Land   Surveyor  ���" FORT  STEELE,  13. G.  "   GRASS1CK   &   DEMPSEY.  CONTRACTORS  ,'     AND  13UILDBRS.  Fori,   Steele   13.C ���  Fort Steele  ��� Diamond Jubilee    StcP|p l'ov ,ho i,slsV-- >'CMrs  Hospital  MISS B. MOSS.  MATKON.  Ui-iiduntuol Si. r.ulsi'M Hospital.  Viini'imvor, II. (!.  The streets area Hule slippery  in some places.  town Wedtiesdav.  Dr.   Hut;'li   Watt,    loft-   Steele  Tuesday on a visit lo Ottawa.  C mvmrLruoririj-u-u-iriJirLnn^^  | Imperial Bank of Canada  I CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   $4,000,000 \  | ' CAPITAL i paid un) $2,923,866 ?  I REST ACCOUNT       -    -    $2,485,288 |  |]    Hc-cid    Office���Toronto. |  t. i:. MKi:i:ri"r. riTsiik-ni' n. u. \\ ii.kik. viiv-ivt-. mni (..-n. M.m., '��  5;   ackxts   in   ci:k\t   r.i;i'i'.\!N   i.i<i,\'ii~   \'>m\,. '���' ' ' ' <l  l.(imli:n ii   SI,  London.  A (.loii'oval r.Mnkii)'.1 I'.iwiiio-. 'I*i-��.ii~.tnm��*  .NH-.S (.'ouzon.-, Fort Steele  .Jniu'tion, was' visitiii"- Mi.->s  Annie Durick litis week  W 3  |     Saving's Bank Department - -Intoresi til lowed on d.-posits.     '^  Cranbrook Branch. F. n. MARSH, Manager,   h  ��MMTmmwmmnWTYmYmTTmmTWTfWmTTmmiWnmmWMmTmmmm!WW?Uj  I McDERMOTT fi BOW NESS  " 1  ,    The new   Miners'   Association  nt Fort Steele t.->')n uporation  , 1 *-  ,Mis> .Watson was visiting Mrs, jc  Geo. (Jiipiu ut Cranbrook duriiijiJE  the past week. ' 1 ^    it  (Aoverniiient iifienl  Armstrong'If  visited     Fernie    Thursday     oll|^-  official business.       ' !c  t  t   Kootenays  The   Leading  Wholesale ;Liquor Dealers in the  <\\'r-  liiiiullt- iinl>   tltn   llh:,H'l;  ltitL-f 01 l.iqnoi - itiul 1 i;:.11 -.  WV.vll Sclilit/ lli-i-r. l-'i-rnii-  !?!'( f.   ISiis-'   All-   mill    <>uin-  1,1'^vl-,   Sltllll .  All   Mail   Orders   Promptly   Attended   to  Walter .MeXoi.-di \v:is   \'i-sitin^r; t    _=^_     0  ai   Fish   Lake   raneh during tho,(|7   "MlYljFRMOTT * MOWN USS.  past week. , , '=:  "(iranbvookV'n. 0      " ^  There atvjt'0,000 feet of log':  piled on the bank of the Koote  nay river near Fori Steele.  >t       -���.-   ^ ^  iBuuuuuauuuauuiiiiiiaiiiiuuauuauimiiauuuiiiliiiiiuiiUuuiiimaauiiauiiia  George Seott."' Fernie. was  shaking hands with, li'ieuds, at  Fort Steele Tuesday.  Nut.-..   eandie<A and    Fiys   at  KERSHAWS.  Mrs. A. C, Xftlfei^n returned  from a visit to Cranbrook Tuesday.  ��Southeast Kootenay has beeui  a storm center of considerable;  energy during,the past wei^k.   ,   j  'Bert Warc't and X. Hughes  came up from Little Bull river  Wednesday. ��� ,  Port   Steele  JVleat Market  H. THIRY. Proprietor.  1-rcsh and Salt Meats- Always On Hand.  1\. J). Mather, relumed from,  the,iChorry Crock logging camp  'Friday. He reports,a cut of  fJfiO.OOO at thai camp.   (*  Ping-pong at. Fort. Steele is a  relic 6lMhe*pasl. Several young  ladies are now engaged in learning to pln'y pool.'  'llerberl S. Clark' celebrated  his i!;>rd birthday Thursday.  Mr.   Clark   has  resided  at Fori.  ."John Corrigan came clown  from Six-mile Friday. , Tie reports that logging has ceased at  that place. A i  A.    L.   Macdougall   Avho   has  Tliis)   Iti.-ititntion' litis  been   reoeiitly  open  for  i-occpt.oi,   of pitticnU.     J> o,   ^ ^   ^^   ^^   .R m>w  - tcrins apply to ��� ' '  ASSAYING  ('. l'\ XlClI01>SON.  I'KTKKitoKomm. !'.. <:.  .   , (Uu'tispil 1>\ l'l'ovliiiiiiil Oovi'i-itmoni.)  faild'aiici.siivoi'A. ' '.i'2.00  Silver and lutul ' ������������ -���t'��  '  Cold. ^iH-or iind Copper.    .   .   '.'1.00  Cfilfl. n-ilvi'i-, li::td tind i-oppi-r..   1.00  Stiini>U">  U-fl   wilb   ('.it'llit ^'   nnrii-k  wiirtv-ueivi- priiiiipt atloniuiii.  ��  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  STENTS  Miss M. Moss, ��� or   J. P. Smith,-See.  Matron. fort Steele, B.C.  GEARY  &  DOYLE.  =" Liveru, Feed & Sale Stable.  Port Steele B'.C  Regular  Daily   Stage   tneeus  all  trains at Fort Steele Junction.  SADDLE & PACK HORSE?  TEAMING OF A1J. KIN USA Sl'KCIAl.TV  1 Shaving W. Hair Dressing Parlor  Next to Orient".! Hotel  FORT    STEELE,    B.   C.  All  Kind.-,  of Unit- Work   n  Specialty  A.  J.  GREZ,    -      -     PROPRIETOR.  MASONIC   HALL  FORT STEELE.   K. C  Weekly Ballot in.  Mondtii   /   ,.4...���;���.,�� pinti-poiifrclviii  Frnluy    )  TituMiliiy luid Thui'-d-iy "���M-nin��-  Duriciii^ Si-iinol nit- pupil- only. ( "in-  pr-tcnt ltidv t.-iK'ln-i  in iiiti-tidiini'i-.  This hall will 1"' available, for "tlicr  ontertiiiniii'Mii,^ 'Piii.-.idtiy. 'rhurHday and  Batiinlay itv.i.-ninus,   ' . '  Appi.VtO.I.   bll'IMKCOAT.  Mitlllltff.  ' \rnn SKi'-.le. H. C.  reeover.mg.  Marked interest now centers  about the plans of the big silver-  load mining .companies in this  district.  Owing to tlie storm which prevailed during (he early part of  this week, the Kootenay river  has been rising.  Rev. Pather.. Coc.cola, St.  Eugene Mission,' who has been  visitino' West Kootenay. has re-  turned Aiomo.  The clerk of Ihe weather put  pressure on and sent the' thermometer down to zero Thursday  nisrht.  ' A. ft. Fenwick and family are  expected home, from an extended visit to tho Old Country.  They sailed on February iTilh.  FATcct of the recent storms is  noticeable, no mail* from fhe  oust having been received for  two days, and mail from the  w.-st did not arrive Tluii-Alay.  J. TAENHAUSER  WATOHMAIvKK   and   .1 K.WKI.KIt  KnuraviiiK  j . ..  - Ri'vorside Avenue.  l-'o't Steele,   B. C.   .  The rcgrfiltr si-ini-aiiiiiial con-  grcgitt'KJital iiK'i'liiig <>f th<- Fres-  bvleriuii churcli will be held  iiext- Sabljitl-h iiiorniiig at, flic  close of tlie regular |mblic wo1''  ship. Tlio pastor earnestly requests ALL in any wit-y connected with .tho congniga-tioii to, be  present. ,      '    ,  The Kootenay Indians .have  cut :i()<i.nf.iti i'l-ot of logs diiiring  the past two inoiilhs, on-the Indian reserve  litn reserve.  To gelAic.tpiainled with Southeast Kootciulv von should subscribe for tii ii PrtOSPlCCTOK.  Trade Marks  Designs  .... ,; Copyrights &c.   j  Anyone aeiulliiR a'skelcli iind dcscrliiUnn niny  (illicitly ascertain our npiniim free wliotlier an  li vi'iitlon in probiiblvpiiloiit.iililiv Coiniiiiiiilcii-   -  tloiiiitrietlycoiiUdeiitial. llimdbookon t'atontu  aent free, oldest aeeney foraoeiii'lii|{.|iut.eiit.t.  l'liteiita tnken-tlirouiili' M111111& Co. ronetve/.  -prcliUnotice; -wtilibu'-chiiivo. Intlio     ���.--:.  Scientific JItiiericaM.  Alinndsomely liiiiRt.rnt.ed weekly. I.nrecal. cir;  uiliitlon of nnyscieiitltlc Jqurimt.', Tei-ina, *.�� a  j oil"; four niohtlia, $1. Sold, by nil newsdeiilorfl. -  MUNN & Co.361Brcadwar New Yqrk  Hraneli, Office. IBS- V St.. WnalilURton. p. 0.  "      NOTICE. o  Titki- noiii'i- that    I   inii'iiil   m  a|ipl\  '!0 il.i,^ li-oni (l.ili-'ilhuivol  in lie CliH'l'  ('onni)i^iunci'  ����I   l.itiirK   <N.    WofU'^Jpr  iii: Apei'ial | iciAtsiS t<) eittAiind ettt'i'v iiwity  'i'liti'ljor-froih tluA'I'ol U)\\-iivy: Li-uet.' <;>IA1 atid  1 y-i ii A i iiy SoiitlieaslA; lvont ..cutty y l.)ist-i'i(.;t:  Abnmioiicin*;' at; ;t'v post-' niarkett 'D:. I\.  Newall's Ao'iitlitnv^tA'-01'1101'- pliiri.tetl iin  oawtAirlo of Bi'cwoi'y yOi'Cyclv,   tlieiiito'SO  ^lOiainA ncirtli.   tiiciU'i.; ySO -cliaiiis; west.  ili6t.ii;p'80cl��aiii^'.si),iitli.r-'ti'icMu:<V-'Sb ohaiiis  oiistAtti ])la<x; ��t 'jcs'innin.A.: ���   '  -���"  -Ay A" A yA-'l^'K". 'NK\\rj\Lb.A'y  r    Dated' M:ii-eVi -1,  HI03.   �� " ' ' A     10,  <   ';- ..AAyyANOTlCE.AA:;.A.  Xoticc is lierebyAg'iveii .that' sixty  cluyi ul'tet'<liitu l.iti.t-tiiicl u,i uppl.v'i-o tin::  C'hicl \ .(.'(ininiissioiiei' ,<if . Latiils an.d  \Vnrl�� at Victoi'.ia .lVirApci'inission to  piiroli'ase i-liA folldwiiiy laiiils sin'iato. in  South East Kootoniiy. A     -'.     ;.'���',  Coiiuneni-.iiig' ft1 ii post plan 1.0il al.wnit.  oiii" inilo ; itoi'th of" Utirnos Itani-hon  Luke crock- .west of the' iiiif, knouyn ;is  '���Wild Ho.rso, ILill:"y tlioiiifo :'uoi-lli SO  (���hams. J.liein-0 west 'I0jf>-liaiiis. ' llten'oo  sotilli SO chiiins,"thc-iice. east -10 eliains  In tin- place of liclfiniiiiig'..,'  i)       ���".-'. '.lA(Alv'Ail*:iAL.  Dated IheKUli day of t'elii'iiai-y. HiOl!  St. John's Church of England.  Services will be held in the  Church of St. John' the Divine  every .Sunday evening at. 7:1:10 e.x-  re])t on .the fliird Stinday in each  month when tlioAservice will lie-  held   at   II  .o'clock-   a.in.-.-'  Holy Coiiiiiiunion .will''lie administered at tlie close of the  servic.ti.  , ''  - Strangers lire welc.oiiie.  l,U,.l':SllVTI':K'.tANl,(JllUKXJII.    ���  l>iv;i-ii(t Worship will. h(;.lield  in tlie I'resbyferinii ('liiire-h  Avery Sabballi iiiorniiig at- II  o'clock.  ,: Sabliitfli School every  Sunday  at; half past'two o'clock.'  Choir- practice every Thursday evening a-f 7::>0 o'clock.    ."  Paslor:    A.  L. MAODOUCiAid,.  Increased interest i.s now being displayed in the iron deposits on Iron creek.!  DR.- SAWYER, V. S:  Oflicc and Stable  ('iit-ni'i' ol ��  fialbvaith and Hazel Si reels  Fort Steele. B. G. ,  OJi'FUJIO  h'AYS:      .Monday.' 'I'lttir-.-  ihtv and Siniti'iltiv til Sieele.   -  ���;A 'A A a. 4';-::n6ticeA/'- '������������.'���'''   a.  -Take iiotiiciAthat f i.nfoinT to apply  ':t0 days ffoiii date I.hereof to.the i'Anlsf  ("'tininiissionei' or,.Latids & .yVdrlcs for . a  spei.-.ial ' 1 iconsi-,, ii'i cut and .carry away  tiinbei'AAfriifii- A the':; roilovvihjfA tract;  .of liuid-.lyiiig' in- Southeast; Ivootonay  'District, conii|ioiic;iny at ;t- posl/inaidfod  I). G'ri'llit.lt soiitlreast eoi-ner phutted on  tlie east side of l.^rowory (Jreek, theiice  ,S0. cluiins north, theiice SOehains west,  theiice, 80 eliains .soiith';, fhciice )J0 el laios  east to. |')la'ce,of. Iieu'iniiinj;'.  ������ , ,���,���������"���:'������ [ P-AGRiVPrrn:/'  Dated March -lidOOM:    ,   A        p)'���-  0wan'.i.''k'd'--sray.i'li;a ia pioaspns  ol' character, and'" yood repntatioii in  t'tieli stiitO. (one in, this county i-cqiiirod)  In represent and advertise o]desta.li-  lished wiiitl.fliy business house of solid  financial A standing. Salary fc'1.00,  weekly with expenses additional, all  payah'le in citsh direi-l, each Wednesday from Aiead ollices.. Horse. ��� and  cai-rhiii'e���';���; fin-nislied when necessary,  i iefet'cni-es. I'.iii-lnse self-ail dressed  envelope. Goloiiial Co.. .'!.'!-l Dearborn  SI.. Chicao'O. A   ,.  W'hv von should buy  FAIR    PLAY  CHEWING  rm  Because !>���is i1"' bestiinniity.  Because  ''.- 's the most lasting chew  Because ���' 's ''"��� la.i'^i-stiii^ii yi-ade.  ��� 10 or i��'.. pln'jr.'  BCCailSe  ''"'   'a^s are  valuable   for  premiums   until   January  1st,   1905.  Because ixv'' .-uarautoc every plnj;-.  and     ,  Because yintr dealer   is  authorized  to refund your.money if you  are not 'satisfied.  TUK  li.MUIKIC Toiiacco Co., Lth.  ..,;. r jjf.jj.jf^.;,..;. '..H.;..;.e}.^.,;.i..<;.,.s-*-S;-?-;fe#^^:y-S-V:^S::C i:<;Z -.'���****-.'.-,'.���>;< "-.-KS-r. ?' '.  The  Canadian Ban�� of commerce  HEAD OFFICE���TORONTO.  t'.iid up Capital tS.OdO.OoO: JJcm-i-m- Kund W..'i(iO.(lU(i: f  A nu ,.,.(, ;n e I!.sources Over ^To.dOO.OKI).  London Office; liO l.omliiii-d Street. I". ('.  NiMi   ^oik Offit-c:   1 li i:\cliiiiiK*-'  Pliice.  And S(i branelu-, in Canada, the United Slates and HritWi Coliniiliia.       ^  t   Cranbrook Branch. F. C. NIALPAS, Manager  ;���-. ��c  <<^.^^.^^^4.^A)fti>-r\,"5"* ^���ft*��*^-***��i?^^V'*^*'*-^^*^*^'*--**>--*#*^<i^'*!'*'J'*  !     The Steele House  ! Fort Steele. B. G.  %      Oll'ers a pleasant substitute for home 1o those who  travel.  1  The lie-,1 and cheapest meals in fhe country,  a re'to be found in the ilitiiti" room. .\'n Cinnamon allowed in the kitchen, The bou-cii run  upon Co-anopolilaii principles and jbo pni-in'clnr  with his pack is jiM as welcome'as the millionaire with his roll.  livery guest receives tho best care and prolection.  The Liquors are the best in (own. ,,'     '  *  -ah  ^  I U. Mcltfeish I  ��        - , manAcjer. ' I  Port    Steele  Brewing   Co.  FORT STRELE, ,B. C  MANUh'AGTlJieBRK     and     BREWEKR'   OF   RX'TRA     1^1 NE  BEER    ��    PORTER  SOLD    BY   .THE    BARREL,    KEG   OR    BOTTLED  . Bottled beer for family use a specialty  OUTRFDTC ORDERS GIVEN STRICT $ PROMPT ATTRJNITON  SAT1SFACTI0N G QAR A NTEED'-i-=,Iph0onbe"��x08.1  '' ��  Mutz & Scott, Prop's.  j  \  ��������  iSii'  "������6  ,T;:'  ���'.��?  *��?  .-.'IV.  t  ':!r  iji  i*i -  ���fy  �����.��v  .-���I..  <:��!'������'  A,#,  ;0SOT^f^^'i:  Boundary Line  Tobacco Plains,  :a::v -'v:b;:ca;a"aa-aj  JULES HUREL^ Proprietor.  .if.:  w  . !*. ���-.  Aoon ������ avcgo>iai6da,tion,: for atpJa-V-I'ILltng :Aa\iion   \-X'  ��� "��� ' - ��� ' ��� ���'-������ -������'��?  A First Class Home,  ;���"���*���'  m  ���. ���Staisjo- line leaves Kootenay, Hotel: Tor Elkotm Monday a-ndX  -.Fri'diVy a.t 8 a m.' : Leav'es.Ellc Hotel .,'oi.i;Toesilay and Satui'- ^::  ct'ay;ati..8'.a..m; ������ ������',', A     '    ;  '"'  M��,  Monte Gario Restaurant;  .T.HE-.MOST-..^  up-to-date'     y''.-,  PLACE IN FORT STEELE.  E very 111 in g Coo Iced,  ���"AS-'Y(,)U   I.IKK    IT."     ���  d-li-  ���'&A.  WM. ROBINSON,   Proprietor  CAIOm  & DURIGK  GENEliAL   MERCHANTS  Fort  Steele,  Sole Atients for the  <liast  canton Steel  Kooteiiav  COMPANY  Tims Stkioi. is ^uttranteed to be 'equal to .lessop'.s  or   I^irtiis in all,  Uai;.d Rock VVoitK. ���   ��� -  SOI-I'I ACIKNTS  SOia''.     AflKNTS  crow's Nest Goal company  Giant Powder GoiUD^y.  Mining  Supplies  a  Specialty.  A yen ts for the   MASS ICY    HARRIS    fJO.,. Limited.  Farming   Implements,

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