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 T .,,r,vv oi i-��a Ali  t    / '    / u-'  Vol. IO.  BORT STBBBB, 13. C, SATURDAY, MARCH o, 1904.  No IO.  HISTORIC WILD HORSE CREEK.  Extensive Preparations Now Being Made For Working Placer  1   Mines This  Season.  During; the past. 40 years placer mining in the ' Port, Steele  Mining District has been centered on Wild Horse creek, and il  may interest many of the readers  of The Puospectou by a brief  description of the placer workings, now being carried on, on  the historic old creek.    , -  The' placer camps of Wild  Horse are* situated four, miles  from the town of Port Steele,  and can be reached ' by an easy  trail, or wagon road.  The Invicta Gold Mines, Ltd..  is the title of the English company which control about a mile  , anda quarter of hill-diggings on  the north west side of the creek,  also extensive claims on the  south east side.  The gravel has been thoroughly    prospected. .    And develop,.  linents,    which   have   continued  '"'since the early sixties show very  ^satisfactory   results,   and   Wild  Horse creek ��� has earned for itself a place among   the   richest  gold   mining   camps   of British  Columbia.  WATER  SUPPLY.  The.supply of water, for hydraulic   operations    is    derived  ,; from the north and east forks of  Wild Horse creek, "and is augmented by the flow from Boulder  creek,   a  .tributary  of   the  . main creek.  ���  There*   are    three   excellent  ditches on  the  property ..of the  i Invicta company,   the   Victoria,  ' the .largest ditch,, carries   3,500  inches of water, and is five miles  , long. At the intake of' this  ditch is a dam sixty feet high.  The site of the dam is peculiarly ideal. Il is located at the low-  eivend of an extremely narrow  canyon, the walls of which are  solid rock and rise to a height of  about 100 feet, and are not more  than 30 feet .apart. Immediately above the dam the canyon expands into a basin like lake. The  dam is'GO feet high, built of masonry' "\and logs, and the structure is very strong, having withstood the extreme high-waters  since -, 18%. the time of its construction.  '   THE  GRAVEL.  The gravel consists of about  60 feet of loose gravel, 150 feet of  red gravel, aud -10 feet of a blue  cement, all of \vhich contain gold  iii paying quantities. Under  these and laying on thc bedrock  (which is chloritic slate)is a body  of yeljow river washed gravel,  which bears evidence of being  much water-worn, and now occupies what is known as tho old  channel.  PIPE    LINE.  Upon this property there has  been a great deal of improvement during the past few years.  An entire new line of heavy  steel pipe, twenty inches in diameter, with 15 inch branches to  the giants, have been laid from  the big ditch, which give a pressure of 500 feet, which i.s ample  force for cutting the blue cement  and gives the most satisfactory  results. ,  A. line of hew pipe has also  been laid from the China ditch,  which has a working pressure of  250 feet.  The calculated, velocity of  water in the 20.inch pipe, under  500 feet head, is.1.10 ft, per second.1. At this velocity deli vers  close to 1,000,000 gals., of water  per day.  Four six-inch giants are used  in  directing  the water, iind cut  ting down   the  immense  gravel  banks.  fSROCNU IS LE\SEL).  At. fhe present time tiie'ground  is leased lo a Chinese company,  who are now engaged in making  extensive preparations for operating during'the coming season.  152,000 feet of lumber hits been  contracted for, and will be used  in repairing old flumes and building-new ones. Large quantities  of logs have been cnt which will  be used as riflles in the old and  new flumes.  THE  OUTPUT.  The gold fouiid on Wild Horse  creek is coarse, and nuggets of  ��10 to %20 are common. The  largest piece taken out last year  was valued at ��90.  The placer diggings on Wild  Horse creek was' discovered in  1804,,and have been worked incessantly since that time by  Whites and Chinese, and altogether it i.s estimated that ��20,-  000,000 in gold, has been the result of this vast amount of labor.  There still remains an immense  amount' of gravel unwashed,  which will take years of hard  work to exhaust. The mining  season is a long one, it generally  opens in March, and work can'be  carried on untij the last of November.  The estimated value of gold  taken out in 1903 was ��.5,000.  ���But. during the coining season,  and taking into consideration the  large amount of preparatory  work now going on, it is hoped  that 1904 will'prove an exception, and the output of the' yellow metal increased to not less  than ��50.000.     ' "       ,?,    ���'  NIP   AND  TUCK   PLACERS. ,      '  The Nip and Tuck, located on  the south east side of'the creek,  owned by D. Griffith, has also  been leased to a Chinese company. A large amount of preparatory work is being done. New  pipe lines' aro being laid, and  Humes constructed, in fact the  whole workings are being reconstructed at a great expenditure  of time and labor which takes  money to accomplish. This Company will operate two giants during the coming season.  A Chinese company will work  on the hillside just above the Nip  and Tuck.' They are also making the necessary preparations  before starting to pipe, and will  be in excellant condition by the  time the season opens.  Several Chinese outlits will  work the channel of Wild Horse  creek, some have,wing dams, and  another outfit will flume the  creek near the mouth of Brew  cry creek and are likely to do  well as this "ground has never  beeu worked and is too narrow  to wing dam.  On the Doro ground, John P.  Larson and partners aro engaged m running a drift in search of  an old channel. As a considerable amount of water is llowing  through the drift it i.s  thought that they may be right  in their supposition of the existence of an old channel. The  gravel now being taken out of  the drift will be washed as soon  as Ihe season will permit.  ALL   OVER   THE    DISTRICT.  . We learn that a number of applications have been made for  the leasing of placer ground in  various parts of the Port Steele,  District.  It'has.been known for -many  years 1 hat, good pay'could be  found on the bars in many of the  large rivers and streams in the  district, with wafer available- in  sufficient quantity for extensive  working.  ,, On    Bull   river,    this   year,  a  modern hydraulic plant  will   be  installed.  At Perry creek, not less than  five large companies ' will be in  active operation,  Pinley creek and Skookum  Chuck will also_ receive considerable attention from placer  miners.  it will require a large amount  of capital to accomplish the different placer undertakings, and  to do i1 successfully, in , many  instances, waler will be brought  many miles.- by 'ditches and  flumes to the diggings; but with  iiiproved mining 'machinery,  these bars and creeks will produce a large amount of the yellow metal, and become paying-  investments to those interested.  RAILROAD   DEVELOPMENT.  will be in active  operation   next  month. ,        '  Applications have been made  to the Provincial government  for four-, placer mining leases  near the continence of Nigger  creek and Moyie river.-  D. Griffith has applied lo the  B. C. government for 300 inches  of water to be taken from ' Wild  Horse creek, to be used in operating the Fisher placer mine.  .Application,has been made to  the government for two placer  leases on ' Perry creek. The  leases will each cover an area of  one-half mile by 400,feet.     #i    ���  As regards gravel mining in  South , East Kootenav there is  much,renewal of activitv.  The launching of the battleship  Virginia, which wa.s originally  scheduled (o take place tomorrow at Newport News, has  been postponed ' on request of  the .builders until early nexl  month, when it will be' christened by the daughter of Governor  Montague of Virginia. The Virginia is the iirst of the large  battleships under construction  to bo made ready for launching.  LUMBER INDUSTRY.  Kettle Valley "and Kootenay Central'Railway Construction.  Grand Porks. March 4.���It is  stated'on good authority that the  Kettle Valley railway company  has ordered their surveyors,,Id  make immediate preparations to  complete a survey of the proposed north fork" branch, which  will commence .at this city and  terminate at the well, known  FYanklin camp, 50 miles' up vthe  north'fork of the Kettle river.'  A special, from Victoria received at Steele on Wednesday  says': "That the survey of the  Kootenay central will be resumed  and that preparations are being-  made for cutting the'right of  way through from Elko north." ���  lt is pretty well understood  that Mr. Pollen- has received tlie  assurance from, the Provincial  government, that tho promised  aid will be granted at the coming summer session of the Provincial legislature.  With the Dominion grant of  ��3,200 a mile, and further aidL  promised by the Provincial government, there is no reason why  the work of actual construction  should not be started ,.as soon as  the frost is out of tho ground. c  Mining Notes.  The mineral products of British Columbia in the half century  from 1852, to the close of 1902  amounted in value to ��189,720,538  The chief item iu the total is  gold aggregating ��04,027,003.  The imports of 'mining .machinery into Canada during 1903  amounted to ��1,206.185, the most  of which came from the United  States. K  About ��80,000 is due thc mine  owners to date under the load  bounty.  The first installment of cash to  pay tho lead bounty, it- is reported, has started from Ottawa.  The only mine in Southeast  Kootenay to be benefitted by the  lead bounty, is the North Star.  A bill has been drafted to incorporate the Provincial Mining  Association under the Provincial  Act, and if the convention approve of the idea the bill will be  carried through tho legislature  in tho usual manner.  Tlie Port Steele mining district is being noised throughout  the Province, and the echoes  from statements regarding it  which have been sent out are  favorable.  Last week' th(> Rossland mines,  had an output of 9,590 tons.  The Boundary mines shipped  last week 17,00-1 tons of pre.  Placer mining., in Southeast  Kootenay is a most Mattering attraction to the district, these  days.  If anticipated arrangements  are realized the St. Eugene mine  Logging Operations Active During  ���;'   '      the Past Winter.  , Lumbering operations in  Southeast   Kootenav   have been  i *'  very active during Ihe winter,  months..  The rise and progress,of the  lumber industry of the district,  was one of the leading features  of thc year 1903, and for the  .current year the industry, prom-'  ises to make a much better show-  The Crow's Nest,Lumber Co.  have established a camp on St.  Mary's river,' and during' the  past three months have cut over  3,000,000 feet of logs. .In, addition they" are' purchasing from  ranchers'another 1,000,000 feet  at least.     ,   ��� '      ������  , <���  ���, According to the British' Columbia Gazette'there were 1173  applications made" for timber  licenses' during the year 1903J  of this number' over 50%,of the.  applications'were made for lumber in Southeast Kootenay.  In this district there is a total  of 29 mills in active operation. '  There are sufficient reasons to  assume that ihe output of lumber for Southeast Kootenay will  be increased this year by at least  50 per cent over that of last year  ',  Among the Craft..  The regular monthly mooting  of Nortii Star Lodgo, A l<\ and  A.M , was hold at Masonic Hall  on Tuesday, evening March 1st.  There was a large nnmberof the  craft present. There' was an  initiation, and a brother raised  to tho third degree.,  The next regular convocation  of Roc,ky .Mountain Chapter, R.  A.M.. will be held at' Masonic  Hall on Tuesday evening' March  8th ' .Sojourning companions are  cordially invitod'to attend.  LATEST EASTERN WAR NEWS  Japan Makes Answer���Defense of  Canada���fireat    Britain    and  - UiTited   States   for   Protection  of Eastern Interests.  CZAR   WANTS   TO   FliillT.  Are looking for Smelter Site.  Russia's Acting War Minister.  St. Petersburg, March 4.���  General Sakha roll", .who has  boon appointed minister of war  during absence of Gen. Kourup-  atkin in the Far East, has been  for several years chief of staff of  the-Russian army hi, Turkestan,  and is a.veteran of the Turkish  and Turkestan campaigns. Both  Alexieff and Kouropatkiu arc  old comrades of Sakharolf, who  is a member of the council of  state of tho ompirc.'and is sixty-  three years of age.  C. Roman and O. Lol'obv'ro,  who represent Belgian capital,  mad,o a trip over the Crow's Nest  railway during thc '.past, month,,  with a view to selecting a site  for a 'proposed zinc reducing  plant and a lead smelter.  The party stopped oil" at Rlko  and' visited the Elk river falls,  and were astonished .at its i'm-  mense water power, and its most  advantageous situation for reduction works.  Considerable inquiry was made  as io tho immediate construction  of the.Kootenay Central railway  and the rich mineral section to  the north; which has -many  silver-lead and copper mines. It  was also ascertained that a considerable amount of zinc ore,  ranging from 1-1 to 30.percent  zinc could be obtained from  mines in, the vicinity of Tracy  creek.  '  Silvor-lead Quotations,  Japan makes answer and repudiates the Russian charges  that she has not observed rules  of war.  . Plans have matured which  will give for defense of Canada  a force of 20ii.OOO men.  Wednesday's foloiirnphie re  ports were to the effect that a  hot attack was in progress .upon  Port Arthiii-.     '�����  The situation in the Balkans  remains unchanged. Turkey  promises peace: Bulgaria belligerent.  Great Britain and the United  States are working together in  harmony for thc prelection of  tho far eastern interests.  The  Czar   wants   to fight.     Is  anxious   to   display  his military,  talents in the far cast.  ,   Fall of Port Arthur. ,  Now York. .Minvl  ���1:  Uiir Silver.  ....'.   ..             ."*  Mexican dollar.-. ..   .      '       -IfiJ  Loud            AMI  Copper.. ..'.          12.50  Sputter            .">. 1(1 ��  London, March 1.-  -Silver.    2li il-liid:  eoppor .triti i I2s''iil;  lead,  .til   l(in iid:  npisller.'x^ 10.s   2d.  Market Conditions.  ^Sir Wilfrid to be There.  ' Quebec, March 5.���Many  prominent manufacturers from  out of town are here for the purpose of attending the dinner to  be given tonight by tho Quebec  branch of the Canadian Manufacturers' association. Sir Wilfrid  Laurier and other members of  his cabinet have accepted invitations to address the manufacturers.  To Observe War Operations.  San Ii'rancisco, Cal., March 5.  ������Colonel Iii. H. Crowder, of tlie  General Staff of the United  States Army, sails today for  V'okohonni. Col. Crowder will  accompany' .the 'Japanese, army  iii tlie field during :the war for  the' purpose of- making  observa-' t,u,.c(i lU Nagasaki.  Copper was steady in London,  and unchanged in New York.  Lead steady in New York, but  higher in London  ' Spelter   advanced   in   London  and Now York. <  ' A> rumor wa.s circulated' in the  lobby of fhe 'house of commons  Wednesday afternoon that Port  Arthur had fallen. The origin  of the rumor'could not be traced  and no continuation whatever  was obtainable.  .Berlin, March :'>.���According  to accounts now published." the  Russian warships Novik and  Askold have, boon put out of  action.  Russians in -Desperate Condition.  St.', Petersburg, March :!.--TliO(  position of tho Russians 'at Port  Arfhuris now- described as .desperate. ' The damaged- Rotvisan  block's ��� the, .narrow entrance to  Lhe harbor against other battleships. She can neither 'be repaired nor moved. All tho other  battleships are land blocked.  Scarcely anything i.s heard of  the.torpedo boals. It, is assumed thai tl'ioy arc wi I lion I, am muni tion. , There are, consequently  only the three cruisers available  News Notes.  The Canadian Pacific railway  company's land sales las', 'month  totaled I-1.7:10 acres, for which  thc sum of ��75.500 was realized.  A Japanese barber at Yladi-  vostock, deeming himself insulted by ;i Russian ofliccr, shot him  dead and then dramatically announced that he was a captain  on the Japanese general's staff  and was not used to taking insults.  Russia has beeu .slopping British vessels in the Red Sea.  Russia is more llian ever in  danger of war with China.,  Port Arthur is silent. .In some  quarters it is supposed to-indicate that Japan's great attack on  the city is now in progress.'  Russian ,'Spies   have been cap-  Dominion Grocers in Session.  Montreal, Quo.. March -J.���The  Manufacturing Grocers' fo.;tion  of the Canadian Manufar !i:ror<'  association met in convent', n toil sty at the Board of Trade in this  city, prominent manufacturimr  grocers from many parts.of Canada being in attendance. Adul-  tura'ted foods, the tariff and  other matters of particular interest fo the trade were discussed.  Church Service.  On Sunday next the Rev. ��1.  Beer, Archdeacon of Kootenay.  will hold divine service in St.,  John's Church at II a m.  The holy communion will be  administered at the close of the  service.  Develop Copper Belt,  i.ions andreporliiig to this  gov  eminent.  Launching of the Virginia.  Washington, D.C., March 'I.���  Nine .Japanese warships ���are  off Vtadivostock.  It, is said that Russia may yet  have to face the combines power  of the yellow races.  James Nelson and John Hayes  left Steele Wednesday morniiiir.  for Isadore's Canyon, to resume  worlc on the Copper Bell ,-ind  Rob Roy chiiins.  Present developments consist  of :i shaft down 7s feet. Prom  the-' bottom of the ���shaft a drift  has been run following -the., ore  I'or \2[> feet:  Mr. Nelson,states that, the ore  carries   high copper values, and.  that it/is the policy-of'..the   owners to'push development work as  rapidly as possible.  .Win. Walsh, who has been  visiting his old homo at Peterboro, Out., returned to Steele  Thursday. ���      ���  O THE PROSPECTOR   FORT STEELE,  B. O, MARCH 5.   luO-1.  ^&^  99  &  Q  <3  *3  "Here's Health  There is health and strength    W*  in every draught ,of ^  B0VR1L    Q  xt contains in the smallest  possible bulk all the strengthening  4W ��� and stimulating properties of the  finest beef and is, so palatable, refreshing  and invigorating that thousands are getting  THE BOVRIL HABIT���because they like it  ���because it is the ideal cold weather beverage.'  6"  4  Warming���Nourishing���Stimulating. g^  ��tje fjfvc&psstov:  , I.PTAUMSllI.li     1  A.   B. Grace,  PCBUMJI-JU     A.N'l)     fc I) I TO It.  THE PROSPECTOR, in piiMLshei  every Siiturdrij, and ha.- a giyiantoeo  circulutiun larger than any otlioi papei  In Ka.st Kooienay. lt i- allliorao Printed  and contains, double the ik��> of anj  Mher paper in the <iisiri>:T. , ��  As an ad\ crii-niH i'ne<iu:iu it t> un  excelled. ' <  Devoted to ihi! uphoilif.riL-of l\n!  Si^i'Ii-    ihe  development of the'..i-'. ::isri-'n  '..-.ivir..'-   of  tbe Kast Kootenay ruin in.: ili-,Lr.i t  Sub-soriplion-,,. - .        V!" P" i'.-a;  Advertising nuos rn.i.ii: i;no'.v n on .ippliiMfivn  Contribution". ar>' solicitr-.l froni���ilI p.irt- ���>( ibt.  district, but all m.iuui- inteuihjU f...r publicitioL  mu��t biive the wril"r'.s -i/na'.ure  ��Jj�� $fV0��tp��Ct0X  SATURDAY.  .MAKCII .5.   UM  WE believe that the present  year will be the most  prosperous ever experienced in  Southeast Kootenay. There U  ' every indication of intense activity in thc ,'mining industry1,  .lumbering has assumed .vast proportions: and therefore a vast,  amount,, of the very essence of  prosperity, i.s lively lo he disseminated anions l'|f-' People.  , The attenlion of c.iipiliil i.-*   frriui-  ,��� ually bull surely^ ;i,ll,r;ictO(l, and  confidence'nnd hope is beiiiiv in-'  stalled into Ilie minds of all  classes. ,l.'oople on I lie outside,  yenenilly seem 16 realize ,th;it  construction work' on the Koote-  nay Central railway will be com-  ineiieed this suinincr. Miniiitr  men in tlie Winderniere and l^orl  Sleelo i*iit��iti/^r" districts also'Soem  lo realize thai Kasl, Kooienay is  on   Ihe  eve  of a mighty mining'  'development, iind' we believe  that the hiiinnier of l'JU-1 will  mark tlie beii'inninir' oT the srreat-  est ore |iroduciiii;-  era   (hat   this  ' district has ever known. We believe lliat, the people of Fori  Steele have much occasion for  looking forward with hope and  assurance. The clouds of adversity are rapidly dissolving, and  thc liylit of prosperity begins to  rift the darkne.-^: and ilie new-  year comes laden ' with ii'ood  cheer aud happiness'for the entire district.  The Russian warships that  were rushing to ilie far east  turned back. Thai is well U  they ditl not want in luuk like  tiiirtykopci-Us  Th'e optimist is one who believes iu a Mascot. The pessimist believer iu a hoodoo.  , It may not be generally known  but ii is hever-ihe less true that  no more pleasant- experience  coukl be enjoyed by tourists than  a visit to Fori .-Steele In thi<  respect Steele is fortunate, having first class hotels, good hunting and fishing, with many beautiful places along the Kootenay  river for camping out  ���*      ft     * '  Fort Steele is beautifully situated ou the Kootenay river:  and is. surrounded by the finest  mountain scenery in tlie Province, 'and is fortunate in having  a climate that is unexcelled by  no place inCanadaor the United  States.  ���>.    * , *  In   the  copper districts of the  St.   Mary's   river important  de  v'elopments    and    improvements  are planned, which will insure a  large production of the red metal  in anticipation of a railway   line  from   Crawford   Bay.   down the  St. Mary's river to "Fort Steele."  i ,  ,    At   the   coining session of the  Dominion Mouse. Mr. "Parte .will  take   ;i   seat  on .the   Opposition  side,   being  a  desk-mate of Mr.  .lohn Costiiian. in the front row.  P "#��� * -X- '       * ��  '��"  =�� ���* ~ * * '   HtJ  -IJ  Hcadru. rters   fox\,   IVTixsirr^    rr?r*    Conimer'cial   lYIen  The  All    Modern  ^  nyeniences  Larg-e  FORT ���'STEELE,   B.,.'C.       ,  Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.  PAGE FENCES  lb is tHo (once lliat has stood' Iho tebt. of  lime���stands the   heaviest strain���never  sa^'s���tho aUinJunl tho world ovor.   Order through our local agouti or direct from us.  THK PAGE WIRE FENCE CO. LIMITED  E.  (.1. PiilOlv  cl'   ('().,   AdlCN'l'B.  IValKrrvllle, rtul.    , .M��n(ri>��l, Que.     Sf. .��<>lin, .V.IS.     lrinnlprj;. Mam  1   Victoria. .Vaut-ouvpr and  Kamjoops.  I run quickly soil for o:i��li. without  loral pulilii'ity. your Miisinuss. Ko;il  K-iati' hi- I'siriiioi'sldp. no milt km- whore  loe.-it I'd.  Semi ini.' full purlieulars. prii-us  &C.  Arf.iiv^riiA.-s. i-:. I'invKLb. io Wc-ht  Mniiauk. St..  I'.ulViilii. X.V.     ''"  iia'i ii/-:. ir.i.vy.  Whal we do not wiint i�� ;i j  ������boom" where a few re;Lp a rich j  harvest, and the many are J  beggard. We want tin- rarefui.  conservative investor,' .ilie man  who-looks carefully at 'what In-  buys, and gets value received for  what he invests. We want ca])i-  taT for our mines. - our lumber,  and  our  agricultural resources:.  ' but we want the kind of capita!  that opens tip only what is worth  workingr=and' ��� that operates  mines Tor tho'o.re they produce.  and the ventures t.iiey 'bring.  This is safe, legitimate   and.per-  'mane'nt, itwill ^lemilit -the whole  district, and increase.in lime.  TICKETS  TO  AN'I)   I-'WOM   A I.I.  Points East  ��� VI.\    --  Great  Northern  Railway  | Short   l_,ine  | TO  Spokane,   Seattle and all   Pacific  The Mining Center of Soutli East Kootenay  The Largest  IYIineral Areas,  and the Most  " vi <  Extensive  Coal Fields on the  American Continent  are Situated in  South East Kootenay  /  Agriculture  Grazing and the  Lumber Industry  are Prominent ,  Features of the  ' >j ,' r.  I l' ���  District.  The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway will pass  through. Fort Steele and Tap the Greatest Mineral Belt of the  District.  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  t > * i  Apply to  R. L. T. Galbraith,    Townsite Office.  ���-VVANTKI)  SKVIOIIAI.   l.\'l)l-'STI-:i-  ons pt'.r.soits in i'..-i��'li hlMlc I'.i Inivr-! for  house <:fil.iil)lis.ln.'il flcvi-n yi-.ws ami. wil).  ���'ii liirf^i;'-"I'iti'l. l-i.ii'iill upon merchants  anil ii.jr<.:iil.s-fnr siiri-'i'^fnl and pnililalil'-  line. I '(>riiiiiin:iil-.'i'iiyay;(:iiii:ii|. Wee I; -  I.V rush sulary of ->-��� I und all IrsiVclinu  ��� (!xp��'.nsi:s and hol.el hilU advanrrd in  cash i.-ih'Ii u-ci'l; l,'.\pcrii,iu,|(; not iwimi-  lia,l. Mi.'iilion rcfiTrnces ;iti<l cm-hisc  s.'lf-a(.liln'ss<Mrciiv.'lo|M'. TIIK , XAT-  lONAI., ."Ilia Dtiiirliorii SI,., Chicago.  Coast Points.  2TKAIS-S    DAil.V        O  1-AST   'I'l.MK ^  New Equipment .Throughout, Day-  Coaches, Palace and Tourist Sleepers  Dining and Buffet'Smoking Library  Cars..   '    '  Foi-Tickets. Rates. Kolders and Pull!''  I nforiiliU.ioii. . Call on or adJrcss  ,,   any a'ireiit. C-nAi-t.Northern''.-���"���'.  Jlaihv.-iy or  S, (1XY KltKIOS, ci.ui.i'.A. -  612 fifth Avenue, Seattle, Wash/  WANTED  Ar man lo represent;..; "I-'A'NAHA's  Cl(KA'|-KS'l' NlJKSKItll'iS" ill Ihe Uiwii of,  I'.'ort. Ht'ivde nii'l -mii>-r'*-��nii<linji-'-couui.ry,  .iiini take (inli-r.-. foi-  OUR   HARDY   SPECIALTIES  Port    Steele  Brewing    Co.  FORT STEELE,  B.' C.  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Winchester Rifles arc made i:i all  calibers, styles and weights ; and- whichever model you select, you can .count on  its being well made and finished, reliable  in action  and a strong, accurate  shooter.  FREE   Send yonr name and address  nn a postal  card' for   our    164   page   illustrated    catalogue.  WINCHESTER    REPEATING   ARMS   CO.  .     NEW HAVEN, CONN. ,     ...  ������ .A. ,  'J&ZUl&rX:',  Fort   Steele  Gigar   Store  JOE TAENHAUSER, Proprietor.  A   Kino  bin'c of  'L '' a; Cigars,' Pipes jukI Tobaccos  SATISFACTION'GUARANTEED T,.JA^'��:?Af ' .  1{iliia,.ti'Ko,,n, . '  WATdll.MAKI'iK   llixl   .ll-nVKUKIt      ,  ENGRAVING und REPAIRING  Mut-z '���"������&��� .Scott;--Prop's.  PERIODIGALS  I  Toys,   Books   and   Stationery THE'PROSPECTOR,  FORT. STEELE, B.C.,  MARCH n./lDOJ,  9Dfte %JV0&p2rtk0t  SATURDAY. MARCH 5, 1904  ���f  m  ���'NOTICE:..,  Notice is hereby given that thirty days after  date I intend to apply  to the'Chief Cbinmis  ,   sioiier of Hands and Works and  tlio .Assistant  Commissioner    of    IJands    and   Works    for  v tiie    District ���  of-'  Kast    Kooleiiuy-'    for     u  License to prospect fur coal arid  petroleum on  ,   the.,  following . described   land,  situated   on  Kintla.Creekabout one mile iiortli of the in-  ',: ternatiohul Boundary  Line in  Lot IS'.W- East  "���'���' Kootenav district, Urilisli Columbia.  Commencing at ii  post   planted   on Kintla  ii creek about three;miles from where tlie,creek  !>'  .crosses, the;'i hterriuiloniil. Boundary line., being  AAtheAiuitiar posr (if:, Sie'h   'fliorinif' cluiiii and  A; marked Seth* 'I'hoiiias  southwest  corner post,  ifethehce-north^OcliaiiiK^nieiiiuiiiMist^iUc'liaiiiSi-  ,���   -thenee south so chains, liieneoivosl 'SO ehiiiiis  to tho place of bogi'niiingAcoiilniiiing '110: acres'  moie oi- less. '���''-..;.-, ;;    '- '���.-.������'������;���,;,  'Located ijii.'istli dii.\sVif .lann'ary: I'.llMl .;:  'fi"'.--,  '-.-���A'-,.A yy v    :     Seth Thomas. I.ocn.tor  ���''.-������"'A...'." ;���       A .John (lloyii. Agent.  :.'.   Cdiuiiienc'iiig at a post phiiitCd  en   Kintlu  ���i   Creekabout three niiles "from where the  crock  '  cross'usiho. Iiili'i-iiuiiouul Boundary line' being:  , the Initial posfof Williiini tlloyii's; cliiim  and  ���'..' being adjacent to Sijt.li 'I'liomas .southwest corner, post.'ami t marked A W'i l! in in .<iloyn's  ubrlh-  .- ,\vest   cpruoiv post,   thence    south   Ku  chains!  "   tlieiiee east Ut)eliains, thence yiioi'ih .Sit cliiiiiis.  ,   tuquce west .SO chains to the/place of beginning  containing 0III acres iiibroor less. ','  y ���  A    ,,,1;  ��� A Located nils ISili day of January, lilii-l.  fi\ ";.''  . '-,. ��� -A- -A A-1   ,   William Giuyh, Locator-   '  ���..,.-',".   A A;.(A :        v,y    :!,|olin,GU>yii; Agent. .'���  ,'��� i'--:3.. . Commencing at a post'-phinted \ on   KinLla.  - Creek,about iiiree-iniles fi oui  wliere ilie cro'ek-  crosses the lnie/natiotial Boundaryyiihb. being  ; west of iind adjacent to \\r ill iaiii; (J loyii's claini  ������'���   'it ; being ,liio  iiiltiui post' of. Alary A.^Thomas.  claiih and'marked -Mary /V.* ThomasAnbrtheiist  -A^brherApost,atliehiiiv south SO  ehiiiiis,   t.iieiiee  .west 80chilins,'thence north Si); chuins, thence  ���   east 80 chainsto-tlie plai'e bf'beginiiing (;oh  '...' tainingiJIO acres more or, less. 7"A" A'AAA  7 A;.; Located 'January lStli. IDOIA;./ .. 'fiy.yfi ;AA;r.  AAAA-  "7AfiAA: ArMiiry AiiTlibihus, Lociilor.; Ay  AAA;y.\AA-A/;AA;;:���:': ''yX   Ajpiih fllbvii, Ageiit/;"  An-:..I. A Coni iiieneing at ir jiost; planted , on fi Kin tla,  A .'Creek about "three milesfrom where"the creek  ci'ossessthi) Iiitcrinitibnal'HouiidiVry line and  'fliiyng Anbrth:A.o��Aiihd'': uiljncqiit"; to "MaryfifiX:  .-TJibmnsyclaim,1 it being'the initial post of Jano  ! Qloyn's claiiii ami,marked Jtilic Glby'n's soul"ii-'  east corner'post, thenee north SO chains, thence  :���; wost 80,cliiiiiisA,tiiince south' si) chains, ihence  "  eiistA80"chains'-'tofihin.'place/bf liegiiiriin'g'-ycbn-y  -  tiiihirigOlO acres'more or less. ;...;'.,'���'"������';._. 'A. A A- 'A  ���'',';': Located January, IBi.li, 1801.,;' A, ::,A.A: ' 7:7 A,;",.;  A'-. ':.:���' '���''������ A'A A"'- ���',-"���_:, AAjiinc Gldyri; Locator/;  'All..,������; /AA���- '.lohn Gloyn, Agent  . .       NOTICE. ',,-''  ..Notice is hereby ;: given that thirty  days after diite I intend to apply to the  Cliief Commissioner of Lands, and  Works and the Assistant Commissioner  of Lands and Works for the District of  East Kootenay for a License to prospect for Go. 11. aiid: Petrol e iim on the following-' described land ..situated 'on  Kintla Creek in Lot 4593 'East Kootenay District, British Columbia.,  Commencing at a post .planted on  Kintla Creek, abb.ht one mile-..north of  the International Boundary/ being',,the  initial -jiost north 'of and adjaceiit'to  (ieorye N.McGi'c^or's claim and  marked .lolm-A. Andre's -.southwest'  eorjier   post.,  thence   eastSO  chains-,"  ^VJi'lTi??*?. ..n5>j'*"tJj!.' .^ill"?L..lli-'Jil.'.*l!?'i'. T.'lt-*'15;*i ".'lv*���"i5.'���'-!:!'.',  ch:iins,"tli,cin;eJ.si��iitTrSTT, chains to place  of liftfinriinij' containing;' li40 iieres more  or less';, ��� -,. ,: fi'.,,   '    /"���.-. . ,.-,''..'  i.; .'.,...-,     -.<.   :    .lolin .A.'Ainlre. I^ocit'toi'-.  ' ��� fi.-..     (iooi-^-c'N., -Mi.-Iircjfi'i'i'r, Aj^iint'  A Loeiiled .l:l,niiai-v,l^th'.Ai()(Ul'"A :���  ..!>������  FOKT  STKKLE ASSESSMENT   DISTHICT  ���'. A, court of Kevisiou and Appeal under the  Assessment Act'WOil for the Fort Steele Assess;  ment District will beheld on Friday tlie 11th  day ,of li-.tr.cli next at ten. o'clock in the forenoon at the Police Court Room iii Fernie and  on aturday the 12th day of March next at ten  o'clock ir. the forenoon-at the Police Court  Itooin at Cranbrook. ' A  '..,.. Dated at Fort Steele,this 2nd day of February, l'J04.   'fi      ���;'. '.''. A.''���"AA;    , ���   .'  A : A a fi7fi7j.:p.;ATmsvrit6s(ifi; y 7"77.7  .���';'/        .:    Court of Revision aiid Appeal.  '"���'������ NOTICE,   yy .. y'.Ar  is   hereby'��� ,��fiyei.i- thtit. thirty  ,,N(.tic(  days alter dateyl intend to tipply. to tho  ('Jliii;f ..('(),iiiniissi()ii,ei'A iifALanilsAAand,  VVorksand.tbe .Assistant/C'orninissioii-  ei-'of Lands aiid Works for''the'District,  of litist Kootenav for a License to pros-  ])c<;t for'Coal and Petroleum on ihe. fol-'  lowiiiyyy des(!,!;ibV:dy -litnd.A'situated '/.oii,  Kihi'lii Creokyiii fioU'.liYilil -Bast: Kpoti!-  fi.iiy. pistriet.ABritish OiiluihbiaA-y7:'���"::.  .yyi.ViinineucinH'.'at' a,y posty lil'anlod on  Kilitlit Creek abo'iit one " niilc ynoi't,li''of  the Tiit.ei'nationii]'i;Bonnd:iryAbeinsA:tlH;  iiii Liu-)' post we.sVbf'and adjacent tii .lohn'  .A.; Aridre,Vyclaimy'aiid niiirked;.John S.  .Siilliyan's'sciutheiist corner po.sb,;thehce  :west,8(ltchiiiiisA^icne6.nortli:S^  ithehce east SO chains, thence .soiith  SO,  cb a i iis to ]) I a c:o o f beg'i iin i ii <i:'iioi i tai li'i nj;:  'C40:'a'^'rea.nipi'e':oi,-''iess.:'--:^^^^^^^ -1-"  A-' AAA; A-.TolinAS;; 'SnlliytinV-:L.6cat6i'A:"'  fi'-'XAX'fi ���;'���';;���.'Geo,rjfti' NJ McGreyririAVg'eni  ': "Lix-itfed..i'tintiarv 'isfilfi. 1 H04;A 7.AAA !)7 -  . ANOT1CE.  ��� Nolice is hereby given that, thirty daysjafter_  date,_wfi." tlieL,/unilersigiK!dAJilt(uid_ t^  NOTICE.  ;-.:.iA:A,gANOTICEAA..''A' AAA^- aX"  :-:;���������:" -:...-.,   ,  ::;r::y, :n.r....: ..-.^,.,���^;i.',.:. .;.. ::a^ ,,;'���:.. ..: ..-.  ' Not ice is hercby,given' tlnitHO da y.s after date  J Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  ,'; Luiiiis anilWorks iind tlie 'Assistant' .Comniis-  .-'���;'���'sl'oher"of rounds and AVbrk's foi' tlieilistrict of  A" Kast Kbotoiiay fpr,, a License to pibs'pect foi-  :���;,;'..Coal uiid-Pctroieuiii on the following.'loscribo.l  AAhiud situated'oil :Kintlii:;Crbek;iil)biity^iie a mile  .-'. north    ofAAthe Plnteriiiicibiiiil.Alioundiiijy; lino,  A" "aiid ;������";'" about",' live y; niiles 'A.froin   yy w-liere  .AAthb'creektCrosscstiicAlnterniition  ^Alihb.inJ:ot,'l5n:t Sbutliea!itci;'n portion ot'.Iiri tisli?  AA.C^luihbialJK;AA'7:/A:y,/.ft.Af;iAy5,A fiXyyiy^fifirAyfiy:'"-  ;������-.'-*���'.'1.: Cbiiimeiiciug at a post planted 'oii ^Kintla  ";iAoVeek iieingjaliout 2 niiles west of Jiilib Oibyh's  .cAsbtitli^^wost'cbriie'iipo'st Ai t beiiig.'thbiiiittaly.post  iy:bf:?MnrsliiiilATh6rha <i;Cliiimi!aiitl;;iiiarkeil'Jliir-i  AAsii��li,AThoinasy southwestA ebriier\,postA! tlieiiee  ���AAubrtli ^clitiiiis>tlien(^east^8u'';clia  A- soutli 80 cliuinsy'tliencoyAvbsi-Si); chains'; to: the  "���-���' placbbf begihiiiiigcoiitairiihglilO acres moreo'r  ;- ; loss.- :A"ynv".   fc:,:.;:;;;������.,���.������: -��� A^fiAAAA":; rrXA'--":.-:  X'fi'., Located January lSth, lflOl.yy;/:    7A:yfifiyfi"A..  1':-.''A.A"AA'AA-A--fi\X: Marsiuill ThomasAll,qcator vf -.;  yA A A.A A 7yX",��A::;.   v-;:.W:AVfohnCiloyiii':AgentA.  ������':���, 2.   Commehciiig at lipbst plaiitedAbii :Kiht|a  yCrcek'being south of and adjacent:'to Jirarshall'  A^hquias-'claim, and beingAthe'initialApbst  of.  '.'���'A.Walter  A.  Stevensoiis   claim -'iiridl-'iharked/  A Walter A.  Stevensoiis .northwest corner post.  thetieo cast 80 chains.'theiiceAsouth 80 chiiins.  A theiicc west 80 chains, 'thenco. north 80 chains  to the place of beginning containing (i-io 'acres  more or less. .'A '''AyA . yfi."'}  Xociued Januaryr18th; 1001.   '���'.'��� - fi' ���  ,;...  A: . yy: vValtor^AAStcvcusons. Locatorr.  ., A- A   ,A.]y'���'���...    John Gloj'iiVAgentA-  o 3 ACommoncitig at a post planted on, Kintla,  '.-'Creek'being west'of u'nii:adjiit'ciiU;;td.ll'Miir.slmli  ) Thomus'claim, it being tlie initial liost Joliii  , R. Diiniells claiiii and inarked John K. Darnells  !' southeast .eoriiui-.post, thenee wesi 80 chains,  '-': theiice nortli 80 cliaitis;'thenco cast.'80;eliiiiii.s.  tlience south 80 ehaiiis to the place of beginning'  containing <H0 acres more or less. .'������'.''.  A Located January I8tii.,lfl0l.        ' ....   . ,'������ i.:  "A     y::";:. \ -;������- --.-'. ;.| olin' R. Daniel Is; Iiiiini t'o'r. A  A ;.;:.-;     .":..:���        A,;,.. .;���,; John Glbyn; Agent..  "������'������i."  Commencingiit ii post planted on yKiutla  Creek ivestof and adjacent.to Walter A. .Stev-  .otiHoiiH.-claim.Aityboiiig;  tho. ���ihii.ial. post; of  Willinm  Hall's   claim   iinil''marked   Williain  iinll's northeast, corner post, thence west 80  chains, thoiico south 80 cluiins, tlience east So  chains, theucu north 80 chains to  tlio  place of  ' beginning contalning'tUO acres more or loss.  Av-Lociito-J.liiuuiiryl8tli.lH0l.'''  ';'-..A -A- '   'J    Williaiii llaii, Localor ;;.'  A) A John (lloyn, Agent,  . A.   : ;       NOTICE. A - ,-A '"'    ,- . .'  Notlco.is hbroliy.givcii that; thiriy days after  datu I,.Edith C. Hooper, intenil to apply.to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Work's and  the AAsHistiint 'Aomhiissioner of Lands and  Works for the District of Hasp Kootenay, for.n  license to prospect for coal and .petroleum on  the following  described   land   situate   about  ' three and one-half miles west of Ilio' Flathead'  River and about live miles north of the Int'or-  muioniil Ilburidary, In the .soutlieastern portion  of East Kootenay District, Urilisli Columbia :--  .Commencing at a post planted at the. south  east corner and marked southeast corner "of  Edith C. Hooper's coaliind coal oil claim, be-,  ing the Initial' post adjacent to the northeast,  corner of Michael Hunz's elajm, thenco north  '��� 80 chains, thoncc west 80 chains,  thence' south  80 chains, theiice east 80 chains to tho place of  beginning and'containing 010 acres.  '";;''        v Edith C. Hooper, Locator  V-    ' ,Jaine.s Fisher, Agent  Daied this 2Hrd day of January, KKM:-  AyNoiiceAisA hereby' gi veil thitt.'iO days'  after date f.'iiiteiid fbiqiply to the C'hiei-  Ooinmi^sioner bf Lunds .uidAVbrks anil  ���the";.- Assistant.7 Commissioner;, of; Luiids  and A^rbrks,AforA tho jDititrict ofA^ast-  'Kdptdhay'fOra'liQehse :tb.y pro'SpeetA for  coal.;.':'and,-'v,pet.i,.oieunr::6ii;:t;lie'i following'  describediand'sittiateyoniivinthi (:;reek  iiii--:Tj'qtA"45J|.8,':AKasbj.T'I.Cp'ot^  .BritisliAGpliunbiit.AAAyA;.-Ay A^A'AA ;'^'' 'A  '-A-'.'-'.Oprii'nieiici tijjr '^ s.it'yAiV^'ppsiAy-.pliiJjtGd.S on".  KiiitlaV'Ci-eei^  theAfnternational-Bquiidtiry" heinb-ytlie  iniUalA'posUyiWeijtA blAahd ;uljacetititb  Gc'prjj-cA;!N^  lintrkeil Geoi-ge-E.'ASuttoti'sA'iu)i'tlleast-  |eorilet^';'l)OSt,��� ytheiiee:A\vest S0:ychainB,y  tliencio'spu^i '^Abl^iiisl^tlieiice'eitst,80'  'oliai ns,At,lieiieeA iibril^ SO"^1 llM'*:^qA' the,  ���iolaca'Kol'ttFb'eirinjn'^  ii()rqsvmoi!eipi^lipss:;^^1r;;AA,  fiy'"AXpyfiXG(Mvge^xyfc  ^ALbcated Jitiiitiii'yiStbjAifJW^.AAyAV'AA  to tIio7Ciiief Cbinriiissl'mrer of'Llinds'andWbrlT  at Victoria. H. f .. and the Deputy Commissioner of Lands nnd Works for Southeast Kootoniiy  11.' C.-.'. for. licenses A to prospect'for Coal  iiiid i Prtrblcu'm on tlicA tollowing described  lands, situated in tlie sou lii-oastern portion of,  Eiist Isootenay; It.C. and about twelve miles  enst'of Ihetown of Osiiier.- It.C,, and -about one  inihieast of the iioundary Line of theCiinad|iiii  Piicilic Oil's griirit and east of the Nortii Fork.  of the Sout.il Al:'ork of .Michel'.Creek! beiiig on  the w;est SiIoi��j!'or llie'ltoeky. Mouiiiain, rang'c.,  and ��� -iihoiit" ten   miles  siiulh   of Crow's Niist  Pass',,, AA.AAA..AAyA;.vAA' ;>'A;AA'"'' a;,:'' ; 7  1. Coinmencitig ' :ii, ya post jilanted sit the'  ..iiorthVest 'I'oiiier ."iaiiiig the initial,.post 'of  Andrew L. iliiff's claim iind'adjiiceiit in"-tho  northwestiforuernf JrisepliAlIoff'S clh''".'tlieiiee'  sinil l.i"Sli chains, tli'ence i'iist 8ii itjuiins. .tlience  north s;),chains: thenco-west 80 chains to place  orbegiiining and coiitii.jning t! 10 iioros.y ','.-  Ay.:, "7 'AndreiV:L.;l!off,.Lociitoi-A ���_'  '! AA:'-   A'",'-      ,,  WiiliainMcAiiilen^AgeniA  - "iiiiied'.iiifi;!;.20.-:i!in.!'.;.-/ AA'y'AAyy;        AA'X'fi';  VA-J.. ConuiieiieiiigA'al-; a.Apost.yplaiiiedViil,;llic  nbnlieasi corner of Joseph L. 11 bff.'s(.'liiim,!'li!-  ing the iiiiiiiil post;- tlieiiee sotithASiichains,  thenco'wc.st 80 (diaiiis,ihence. north, 80. cliaiiis  thence, cast SlKciiains to the place of beginning!  coiiiainiiigiilOiiercS^Ayy yy-y;:fi. X-'X'7'7'-'-77  ��� ���.':;-!,.:-' Xfi ;'��� Ay���;'���'Josepli L.'HolV,'I^bcator"; _/���'���  1 A/: : : ���','' AAA!-;A! ,\V.lliliiiiil,MoMille'ii.;:'Age'rivI-''  ^.1 jpiilctl" J ii n'.-^OUi^.lwi'l!'',':'"': .A.' ;.",".'-:,"'.'iV' ?.'',A .-"A,.'1' '.';.���"-'.,-',  Alt. ;-Cbmiuencihgt,;fiii,Aii Ajicistyipiiiiited" iitythe  .southeast, bbrneiv-Jieing :.tlio illitial.,]iost,M,'of  Georg6:;Mik'eI.soh's.;,(.-iaiiii,.:and '.ndja'ceiit ,,io'  Jo'sViili.rsriloff-s'eit'ii'iiii'.l.Ii.enco'iipr.t^ chiiins,;  tlieiiee west,SOchiiiiis',Atlience south ,80 cliiiiiis;;  itheiiee.east.SO"chiiins to thejiiace of bc-ginniiig  containiiig tittf acres."A'.,,;; A"A"-";".. ".A .A:- fiyfi...'..fi;y;;  -;-:riy:"y:fi". -fi:\:icoriia Mikoi^oiyy.benioyAy:  ''fi7',A:;fifi.-���'.������";;;AA : ;;;;.- .Willliini McMilioiiJ'Agch't:/;'  .'������-put'c'd' Jail. 2Q.lh: IPOlyfAAy-'"��� fifififi: fifiifi��� fifiyfifi  >i.,.. Cpmincucing, iit -a, :pbst- planteiiS-'iil^rllie  .southwest, corner.bpiiig tlio,.'1 nilial (post of-,Ole  E.', Anderson's ciaiin, a nd. adjacent: to the.iibrt.li'  .westcbrn'orbi-Anilrew 1. A Hoff's. 'claiiii .theiice  iioriii .:' SOi..'ciiiiin.s..':-tlience,;;'. eiist,.. 80 .chains,:  thence south  80 chains, thenco,eiist SO chains.  thence nortii SO chiiins. tlieiiee west'SO chains to  place of beginning and coiiiaining filO acres. ,..'  -.'    ���',���.������   .' 'William Hutchinson. Locator ,,.  :>. ���'  .'.      -.''''/Williain':McMillen. Agent'.  ,JS:' Commencing at a  post planted: al  the  southeast corner,  the. ssii'nu  being tlie initial  post of, Cora Tousley's cliiiin adjacent tb tiie  southwest corner of Carl Gjoliy's .claim,,thence  north   80  eliains,,: theiice ��� "west   80    chains.  tiience south 8()'chaiiis. theiice, cast SO chains' to  place of beginning and containing 640 acres!  "',',';": A     Cora Touslcy, Locator '���'  .,...-'��� .'.-'. William j\I(:.MiII.e).i! Agent .,  Dated Jan. 20th, 1904. "XA'fifi A ,;;  '������:. 1(1.'��� Comnieucing at ii, post planted at tiu/  southwest corner being the initial post 'of Carl  Gjoby'si'liiihiAiind adja'ceiii ,to tiie sbutliensi/  corner of Cora Tousley's claini, tlieiiee nortli,  SO eliains, thence east SO ciini'iis. tlieiiee soutli  80 chains,,, thence west SO ,e lib his to ilie placey of  beginning:,aiid, conta.inirig.Olfj acres'"-'    A  :   Ca ri Gjoby, Localor      ',  a vti i tffii���7^;mein^  IJated Jan. ilUli, i!)D4.;   '"'" A'    .'"'".    '... 's: ������'.  .    NOTICE. ."-< ,  ; Nolice is hereby/given.that, thirty days after  date I, James liinlqn.. intend, to apply  to the Cliief , Conjmissibiicr iii'; Lands  iind; Works and ;.. tlie'.,."' Assisuiiii .:/C'bm-  inissioiier of Lands iind,Works foi- tlio district  of- Kasl ivooleiiayfor a license'l.i prospect  for coaf'aiHl petroleum on the .following do-  M-i-ihscl liiiid'situaie one mile we.it of ^'lathead,  Kiver. and adjoining the interna tional IJOiimi-  ury iii tlie'sbutlieaslerii portion of .kast ICooli;-  na'y Dislrict; Ilriiisli Columbia:^- ', - - A  ACoinhieiieing;! ai ii post-"'jiliiiited.. oiic" nine  west of tlie Flatiieud River, and one mile norili  of the liitsmiituinal ��� Hott'inlirry and-' marked  iio'rthoiisi corner /of James llinion's c-onl iiiiil  coal oil-eliiim.'beiiig-llie initial posi.iidjiiceni; to  the. soiifliea'st;e,Qi.i]ei.yof Williaiii If. liiiniiay's  (ilaiiii, /ilieiiee .soiltii' 80 chiiins, tlieiiee weslJjO  chains/ihenceribrtlist) chains, tiieiieeciist'wi  ehiiiiis ,lb lointibf cpirinieiieenuinti contaifiiiig  ���i-10 iieres:'  A ' '-Ay ���-'���:'���'���'��� '.''.'���������'������: A"        ;���-',,. ���  'A. "Xfi  'A'/JioiieS: iliiitqh/Loeiitor A :  ��� Af A"  .::,:;.'-, yy" ���?- James I'-islicr, Ageht  :  Dated this iOtliilayiof .ianiiiiry/ i'.iOJ.        'AJ/.:.  fi' yfiy.yXA^'fifi^'SOTlb'E.fifi-ifi: a/Aa;.A'!;A''  ; Xotiec.is licrebygiveiiytlialtliiriy diiys! afler  diite 1/ Wijiiaiii II.:H:iuiiiiy, intend to apply 'to'  ���    ". ,  , ,;'. NOTICE.^    -  Notice is hereby given lhat'tliirty '.lays, after  date "I, uilbei i H. M;isu-i-. iniend lonpply to'the  Chief C,'oniinissi(..iic-i- of'Lands iind 'Work's and  the Assistant'./Ci-ohimis-sioric'r-. of', '..anOs' ami.  Works for tlio ..District of En si Koo'emiy. for m  license to prospec.t for coal aifd petroleniii' on  tiie following described land situate about two  miles north of the injrjrrjatioiial Iiouiidary in  the/Southeastern i^rtion' of "East-Kootenay  ���District,'British Columbia:"��� .-.-���    .    '   .,;/:  Commencing at a post planted at 'ilie .' south-  .west corner and marked southwest .corner, or"'  Gilbert It. Master:s coal and coal oil claim, being the initial post .adjacent.. t,6 the southeast  .corner'of Williain''.i.i. Hilttfn \s claim'., thence  iiortli S'J chains, Ihence east S) ehaiiis, tlic'ii;i-;<-  soutli 80 chains, llienee west','StVcliains.io.A'in;  phiee of l.'egiiining and .contiiining'lijO acres.  a,_- -A-. ''��� ��� Gilbert 11. Mast<.;r, Lociilor ���',:���'"  ���''",'��� .'   ��� ;'... ���'!���.'-.',-.-J.-iiii'.'s KislieivAgiait  ' Dated tin's Ijnli.day of .iiihiiary. HWI.    ',,',  ��� ��� ��� - .   , ��� .    c . ..<:        ......     ��� ��� ;. '    ���, -,  ...Notice is hereby given that tliirty, -ila.v's iiftci-  date 1. liei-bi-rt l'. ' Utickirigliaiu.'���'intend ;i'o  apply lo the Cliief Couiiiii.ssibner of Liiiul/s', "and  Works and ih... Assistant,, Comitois;sion,er of  Lands ^iiiid .,Works'. ;for the District of East  ICooteiiay. fur 11 license lo prospect foi"coill ami  petroleum on ihe-fullowing described' laini situate about, oiie-.hiflf���". hii-lc. :iioi-tii of (.'nuliirc'v  Creole! iiiljoiiiiiigKred .��,',' ('u iiini ins' i-lii iiii en.  tlie -east, in iiii? soul iicasier,!! port ion of, Ku.,i  Kootenay District. Urilisli Columbhi: ,' ,,���  A ConimcnCiiig J/al/a ]>ost planted,,; An'- Jii'-  iioriheiisi.cdriiei' ami iliarked nortlieasi, eo'ri'icr  of lierberl,!'. /Biickiiigliiiiirs cnai it iiii" eon i ,ni|.  clajhi. liciiig 'the'iniiia 1, jiii.stA :ulj:ic.iViii' to"ilif;  lionliwcsl 1-onn'r of I'-ianl; \\A Holt's ciiiinA  theiice -south''811 .chains, iliencc 'u'oi Sii, cliaiiis.  I hence' north Sli eliains. thenco east. 8U cliiiiiis' io  place of hegiiiuiiig'aiid cohtiiiiiiiig illliaei-iiS.-.-.'.-. /  ,-,,������ y ���'/' -lliifhert. j*. Bliekingliniii, Localclr  fi.:- fiAfi-X,,fi  .-���'/,..'";'���'.;' ���-.. ���lariiosAffisI.iciV Agent  A,/.I luted this il.st"d'iiy of January/ li'iji.,-'- /' ;  A'AAAaAaAA/A/ANOTICE.AA'AAa-A fifi*: X7.  y Notice; is iiereliygiven that.thl'rljA days' a'ftei'  datej., RiidiardHamill,-'intend to apply'; to the  Chief Commissionei' of Lands iind" Works, iind  the , Assistant/Commissioner ,of Lands and  Woi'ks foly the District ord'iastKbpteiiiiy,.for a  license ao prospect forcoal .aud:!petrolcuiii .on.  the following described land,siiiinte about four  miles west of the Fla theadjiiverncljoining . the  eastern boundary of Edna C; Dickson's claim,;  iii' the southeastern portion of East Kooteiiay,  tliehcesbiitli .80'chains, tlieiiee/ west "80. chains  to place of.beginnihgiiiid containing .(i-IO acres,  A;;A-A7. 7'A.ra"AA'AoicAE/Aiulersoh/ LoclitbrAA y  7XyfiX'A77-77fiy' yAAWnihim.McMilleii/A\gent/A  ^yDnled Jiiii/ilOiliAioOI^A^Ayyiy.,fi'i'fiyfifi'fifiX'fififiy  A"n.;-Comiiieiiciiigr;iif:;n; ;posl pianieil/iii. tlie;  iiorihenst coriicr biuiig tiie.iiiitial post;'of r.Tblin  b,-Skii!ir!s claiiii. and adjiicenl lq. the.' sou theast  corner:of;/Ternina.:Anderson's .idiiim..,tlieiiee,  soutliAySO i:'chiiins/-Atlieiiee '���., west,-/SO/cliaiiis/  ���tiience iiortli;S0.ehaiiis,'ihence;eiist SOehnins'to  poiiit;of i)egiiiriihg;iiiidledniiiiniiig 0-10 acre's/;"-/  A/>AA'."���;.;;;"v.'/'-A;-;;Ay: ;;Johh 0.;Sk:iar!;Loe'ator.;AA  -���l;A;AAA;A!':A:'A*!;,fAwiiiianiMe>iilien!'A^  /-'iJiited ;TaiiAa)iliA,l')iliA^:"' '%7. X 'y777fifil7fiy.fifiX.  .;-R/'/'Cpmiiicr.ciii'g/.i  iibrthwesteo'iiicr'iioing. tlielinitlal,"pbsi,of!.lohii'  the Cliief .Coin in isinission of Lands ii nd Wort  iindliiu Assistant Coinniissiouer of:Lands'iuid  .Works, for the. District of. East Kooienay". for :.n  license tb.prqspci't'for-cbiil,iind-,petroleiini on  .the.follbwing'deseri bed land situate, two miles  nortii of.ilie lnieriiiitioiiiil l.loiitidii.i'y.;!idj<)iiiiiig'  the norUiern.lioiiudary of JiimC'sltinibirs eiaiiii  iii thu/sjoiiilieiistcriVport.ibij''of-,.-i3tigt;,Kbotena.v  :DistriclA:liritish.Coluihbiii:^.^,:_A,Jaii;.. ::.;-.A:..;  '.'���:��� Coiiiiiieueing litn post, phi nteiiat .1 lie ,soutli-,  casl 'cpnier/a'iid inarked' soul beast corner of  ; Williaui,-H.-'Hiniiniyis coul iiiid "coiii. oil cliiim.  being ihe initial post'adjacent tri Ihe nortlieasi  corner of .1 a mes il iii ton's *el a i 1117 tliencb 'norili  80 ehaihs.:,tli'ence \veSl.80;-cliaiiis, liiencc-sbutli  80 ehiiiiis, tlieiiee easl 8(hchains to, the pliice ot.  Aconiiiieiiceniciit, cbnt.aiiiihg/R-10-iici'esA ,v-'  a/A A':,,;;;:'.'*���"/���.Wijlliiin If: Hiiniiiiy,'Lb'ciiti>rAA;  A/ AAA -AAr'! A���'���'.'rv.,.rA'Jiiines I'-islieiyAgent/A  A biitedtiiisinih dayof Jaiiunry. IWu! ../. ���'.��; '/��� ������  ';', Commeiieiiig'ivt ii post pliiiii.cd iit ,ihe southwest (iofiie.r nnd marked southwest eornor of  Richard IlamilKs coal tiiidco'al oil chiiih. being  the initial posl/udjaeont to tin; southeast corner,  of; Edrii,;C. Dickson's claim, tlience north 80  Cliiiiiis. thenee east.80 chains., thenee- soutli SO  ciiaihs. tlicncb wesl 80 chiiins,. to tlie-pliice of  liegitiniiigaiid contiiiniiig 01(1 acres. / ;  ,/./;/;' / Kiciiard Hamill, Locittor "  A ;...A ��  Janies l'-islicr, Agent  .'  V  Dated thisilllrd day of Jaiiiiary. lHOI. ,-.    :Xy  NOTICE.  Nolice is hereby given that thirty days after  date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Work's at Victoria,, H.C!. for  iiTwcnty-oiieyeartimberLea.se over llic following lands in Nortii East Kootenay:���Commencing ut a post planted on the east bunk of  the Kootenay Kiver about seven miles north or  Lot 4r>'.)0: thence oust 120 cluiins, 'thence south  80 chains, thence eiist 10 chiiins, thence south 80  chiiins, thenee cast 10 chains, tlience south Ji-10  chuins, tlience cast 10 chuins. tlience south   100  more or less to tlio norlh limit of said Lot I.V.HI  thence west along siiid hrirth limit !M0 chains.  ���thetieo norlh IHO cluiins, Ihence west -Id eliains,  thence north SHU chains, thence west 10 chains,  thenco norlh 80 chains, thence wesl WO chains,  thence north 80 chuins. tlience cast/,200 chains  to pliice of beginning. - '  ! Dated this 17th day or November, l'JO:!.  .-.- JOHN EW1N.  ;, NOTICE.' <.-,-.���'. A'A.;AA  Notice Is hereby given lliat, thirty.; days after  date t, J bhiiEmpojvintend lo apply to ihe Chief  Commissioner of Landsand Works and tho Assistant Commissioner of Lands and ��� Works for  the!District,.'of iin'st Kobteni'.v, for a license to  prospect for coiii iind petroleum oii the following described land situated about six' irriies  north of, the liilcrniiliohiil Bouiidary and about'  one i nil lo west oi 'the 'Eiatiicad Kiver, in tlie  souilieiistei'ii portion: of.-'-'Kiist Kooienay District, British Coluiiiliia:- :        y  Coinnionclng at a post, planted att,lhe southeast corner iind marked "Southeast, corner tit  John Enipey'scoiil and conl'oii claim':, being  the initial post adjacent to the south west cory  nor of Frank A Hewer's claim, Ilieiiee north 80  chains, thence we'slSO chivins. thence.-south' SO  ehaiiis, tlionceeust 80chains to the place-of Ijo-  ginning ami containing (I-IO acres. ;'  John Empey,'Locator  i,       ���' ��� ;.'���    James l'-lslier, Agenl ,���  bated this 2lst day of January. 11)01. "���'  NOTICE.  Take notice that thirty days after date I intend to apply to Ihe Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for a Special' License to cut  and carry away timber from' tin; following described lands in South Easl Kooteuiiy,District  British Columbia: Commencing' ill a posl  planted about one mile south or Kimberley on  ihe Huilroad right of way, tlience oastSOchalus  lliouce iiortli 80 chains, tlience west 80 chains,  thence south 80 chains io place of beginning.  Dated this 2Hrd day of .Feliruiiry, l'.KII.  10 'AHTHIj'k I'-ENWICK, Locator  NOTICE.  Take nolice that thirty daya- afler ilate I Iniend  to., apply to the  Chief Commissioner .or  Lauds and Works lor a Special   License local  ami carry away limber lrom (he following described lands in Soutli ICnst Kootenay District,  British   Columbia:     Coniiiiencing   al,   a   jiost,  planted at the northwest corner (if Arthur Ken-  . wick's   Umber   license,  thence easl HO chains,  tlience north SO chains, thence west 811 eliains,  tlience south 80 chains to place iff beginning.  Dated this 2:lrdilny or Kobniiiiy, HUM.'  II) DAVID NKWELL. Localor  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  Aiidorsbn's claim," iind'iiiljacent tb the iiortlioiist.  ;corn'ur.:;>lof:'��,'jtdlin'.;..^  :souiti,:.:80.//ciiaias,./ tiienee.i:.eii.st^.S()_:;.cliains,  tlieiiee nortii80 cliiiiiis, tlience 'west/s6''ohailis  to place of beginning and cqntiuniiigii.lti acrcs:.;,  A : fiA,rfi. A. yy, y joliirAndbrsoii; Localor;!-;,;  A; ./A//A.y::..,...���-;���."yy willliuii;McMillenAAgcnt:,-  ^.!'^il^d;jii,nSihhJyi!i04!A^'!'"'^  .7.; Coiiimericiiig ��� "lit a ';,��� post's, plan ted /at, tiie  southeast ���/corner' being the Jnitiiil post of  Temine Andeisoii's claiiiiiiiitl iidjacentto the  northeast',corner of .lohn 0..- Skaar's claim;  thenee iioith 80 chiiiiis/thonco'west 80 chains,  thence 'soul li'SO chains, thenee eiist 80 chains  to place of begi lining and coiitiiihing 0-10 acres;'  ',0 ' ������ /.A ':���'-:"'���'��� Tbih ilie .Anderson A^beiilbr y  .-;-.���''',,/'. A .-A'.' 'William McMillen/Agent ;'  billed Jail/2litli;l(l6:t..A A :"':  :.��� 8. ':������ Coinineiicihg at a.,post/ plantedAsit ,the  soiitliwes.t; corner ��� beiiig lite -ihi tin 1 post -, of:  Emma :.Mikeison:s cliiim, and "iidjaeenI,to:the  northwost corner/of Jolin Anderson's claim  Ihence:.noi Hi ' 80. , chains, tlience /east 80  chiiins, theiicc/soutii 80 ehiiiiis.' thence -west SO  cliiiiiis to'jilace' of, beginning anil eon tabling (til)  acres.- :.:."'"_��� :. yA.rAA. ���.-[. ���;.::'-.: -.,-' ',;;;-.;  '.-'"-. : ������'.-:,';',r>' ���'���;. EininiiMikelson, Localor'.:  7...AXA.X-.7:".".A;AWilHiiiiiMcMilleii,yAgeiit .  biit!edcJ an. 20th, liilii. A A'A i ,.A- x'fiy fi fi  fi:&. ..Commencing; ut.- ii "post, phintod/ -ail the,  .soiiiheiistt-qriieivtlie'siinic being ilie initial post  of'S/Swezey'schiiin aiid iiilja'ccnfc t;> tlio hoi'tli-  easl corner of George iliitley.'sl'.eliiim, - tlience  nortliSiicliaius/ilibtiee^ west 80 clia ins. theiicc  south 80 chains,- theiice' east SO-ehains.to the  place of bcgiiiuiiigiiuilconliiining,!! 10 iieres.  ,".-,;; ;.���:-.., .-:';,.    -A-^'s.' Swiv.ey, Locator'/ '���  ���y":A"y;7   Ai'AWilliaiiiMeMllleii; Agent  Dated.liin.20tii;lOOt. ...  '"A'.'.!,.  .10.' Coniiiiciieing at-a post' planted ill thc  liortheast- corner lioiiig ihe.initiai: post-of.  'George'; Batley's claim and 'adjacent-" to tiie  no'rtiiwcst corner of F. A. Shaver's'claim,  thence soutli' 80 chains, tlience west SO'cliulns,  tlioncb nortli SOehains. tlience east 80 chains to  place of beginning and coiitainingOltl iieres.  ,.   ���>' George- liutley. Locator ,  ':   ,..'-.., '/Wiliiaiii.Mc.Miilbii. Ageiil  ' Dated Jii'ii, 20lli, 100-1.' -,'���-,  II. Commbiicing lit 'n post plumed-at the  northwest corner, the same being the Initial  post of Fred A. Sliaver's claim, adjacent to the  northeast coiner or George Hatley's claim,  thence soutli SO chains, Iho'.ice cast SO.ehiiiiis,  theiice iiortli 80 chains, llienee' west 80 chains  io place of beginning and containing 010 acres.  -���''."���,. . ,       Fred A. Shaver. Locator.  William McMillon. Agent  A Dated.bin. 2illh, 1001.  .   12.   Coiiiinoiicing  al   a ���post   illumed  al the  southwest eornei', this,.same'.belii'g  tlie  initial  post of Thomas Grain's claini and   adjiiceiit to  the liortheast corner of l:'rcd A. Shaver's claim  Ihence. iuirili SO eliains, Ihence easl SOehains,  tlieiK o soulh  80 .cliainsAllicncCwestSO cluiins  lo place of "beginning and containing 010 acres.  'Thomas Grant, Locatoi'  Williain McMillen. 'Ageiil  Dated Jan. 2(Uli, 1001.,  .  Kl. (.'oniinoiiclng at a post planted nl the  liortheast corner, the same beiiig Ilie Initial  post, of Alex. Mi'l'liiulcn's claim, adjacent, to  the northwest corner or Williain lluiclilnsmi's  claim, thi'iice sonlli Sli chains', (hence west-so,  clialu-i, tlience north Hiiclinlu's. thence casl 80  chain- lo place bf beginning aiid coiilalnlug 010  acres.  Alex. Mcl'hadi.'ii.- Locator  '  " , William McMillen, Agent  Dated Jan. 20.'101)1.  II. C'omuieiiciiig at a posl planted at the  northwest corner being Ihe initial post of  Will lain Hutchinson's claim and adjacent to the  northeast corner of  Alex.   Mcl'hiulen's claim.  ^A"A/AA;AA:!'/A:-;"A''!N0^]lCE'/!!:A.^A!;:A^^AA,'/;:y:  --Notice is,hereby,'givcirtiiat,thirly daysAiirter'  '<!.iiio'-..r.!'.'Kriie'st-7l^  Cijief.. Comiiii'ss|oner oiLiiiiclsA.aiid ,\V'bi-lis��iiii(l ���  ilie. Assistant/Commissioner^ni Luiiiis &:\Vbi'i:s"  foiythc Disiricl of F.iisi;l\ooi,eiiiiy,for:iiyiicenSeioc!  prpspect.fbr.'cbiil-iiiici petroleiiiii,oiLtlie/follbw-.  ing, described .laiid .situate; I wo tulips .wesi.of  Piatheiid River aiiit iid joining tlie Intbrnittibnaf  iiouiidary in the Southca'storn portion of;Eiist,  ;Kboieiiiijvbistrict^5ritish;coiiiiul)ia:-��� AA; a,;';  iAACbiiijineiieirig at.a; postl'lniiteditiAtlie / iioi-Ll'i-f  ..wcst;cbnipi--|iiid;;:iiiiii'kedyiiorthiviisi/coi'iior' of  10riiesl..'Lev'.v's.c.oiil;;,iind :coiii oil/einiin-,/being.:  tlie iii'ltl��i';|'i6st"iidjne..eVit:t'o''Hiie/iib]'thei  :'iier'-of:;MiiyJ'A'/"ll."''Duj!iiie.''s'"c^  81) 'ehaiiis/ tlience ciisiS0'c.liiihis;' Ihbiici! nortli80  dliiiins/th'eiiee west Sii i'e'iiniiis/1;t6. place of/licA  glnhiiig, i-bntaiiiiiig.(HOiieres.   ������;������"-"���';,-,���".-"   ���/;-:/,/  'A//;���/;-A ��� ."'Axfi:'.-,' ���; /Ai^riiest rjevyALocaioj'A /A  ':"-,"/A' A "A fi ". A .AA,--;'��� Jiiiiibs:Fisliei;/ Agciit;:  . Dated this lilt li day of.l miliary. i'JO-l..  '.'A!,. ,a:,a:��.!-A, A, NOTICE.'A   a:Xa x0 fi  fi "Noticeis hereby given iiiiit tiii^ivydiiys ii ri.('i-  date (, I'-i'iiilk WAKolt, ill tend toAn p ply to |i>A  Cliief 'Comiiiissioner or Lands;.aiKl - Works iuul  'the'; Ass'istaiii1. Cbiiiiiiissioiier. of ijiinils -iinil  Works,for Ilie Uistrict'of, Eisi'Kooteuiiy,'for a  licoiiso to:pros|ici:tifor coal iiini'petroleiiiii oii  the rollqw.ing.desci'ihed iiiiiiisitiiiitij iih0iil,"bii<.ir;  liiiif liiii'e nortli of Couhiiey Creek, iuiir/aboiii,  one.mile.west/of l;.'liili,iead':Kiver/iii>tlieAsoiilii-  easteriiApoitioii of East, ;,Kooteniiy!,Districi:  HritishCbliinibiaAAy,:,:y <;���--.;. ������;.-'���';  -' ;    '������.V.--';;���'-*���'  .....................     .    ���       .........( ,..     ,...Q.   .    ,,.       . ���    .    .    '  ..,.,--  Coiiiineuciiig iit a.;ppst;.iiliinti.'(Ijit,-,.t)u.^'iioj;tli.-"  west coi'iieriihit':; iniirkeilA nVii-ilnvcsl ';o&rneiA6f  l^i'aiik W.'ijoit's coiii iind coal "oil -(iiii iin, lioiiig  ihe initial post adjacent ib^. tlie "noi-tliciist/: (:0i-  :.iie.r.'()r lleiljerl.i.'.: Biii:kingliiii'ii;s claini .theiice:  :soiiili'80'cliiihi^  noilliSp chains, tlience wesi, SO cliiiiiis  lo -place'  of beginning, iind-eonlaiiiing 010 aere.s. -  .",    A:  A   ''/AA,       " ,    Friink'W. Ivoli/'Loeatbr! '  "������fi fi; ���:;'��� . v.; /'"/ ; Aliiiiics t'-islieiviAgeiit  A Da'tod ihis 2lst:day of .luiiuary, I00i; "fi-y >A  ' NQTICE.  Notice i.s hereby gi.Ven that thirty days afler  date I, Friin.l: C Stevens, intend touppiy to  th .Chi cf Commissioner of Lands' and . Works  ���iindrthe Assist a lit Commissioner of Lands .iind'  Works/for tlie.binrii-t of Eii/st Kooteiiay. for a  license to prospect for coal and jieirbleum on  the following desc-ribi.-d la rid sit uute about' one-  mile west of tlie 'Flathead River in, the soiith-.,  eastern'''pbrtioii of ' East K(id:enay District,  British Columbia:��� '���������  Commencing ar.-a post jila'nted at the southwest  corner and marked s'outhwti.-t corner of Frank-'-,  G. Stevens' coal and coal oil claini. being' the  initial post .adjacent tp.the south'.;asr corner of  -Miiy Lev.v,s'.Jcla5ni,1 ihence north ���'.'s0. eiiaiiis/'  'thence "e.iis>i 80 cliuiris. tlience soutli,S9/eliains,"  Vhr-ncCwestySOchalris to place bf beginning eon-'  iii/ining r,io aci;.e's.'���"'     !A" ' ;   "    '' A        , '' '���  ,. "���'                       '  Fran!: (,3Astevens:. Loi-:ito:- ,-.  :y'    '/', A .faiUcft'Fisher.' AjjciU.'. ./-.  '    b:ili;(i;tliis -J I nv d'uy of, faiiia'ary'. j.y;M.;   ��� A,  ��� ���, '   - :���.^: :Xr_y.  yy:_ ������ -AA__iA   'xXy," --a  Nolice is.he.r(.;'bygiv(.ii tiiatihii-ty days, .after,,  (bite [..May Levy/inu-iid lo.aj.piy to;thi; Chief'.'  CiiiiimisMONi/i-���"������'iif '''i'.tiiids  aiid .W'orks aiid- jiie" '  Assistant f'omiiiiSii,ioiii;,!: ol'vl.iiiHiAftnid./Woi-ks-'���������  for ihe;Dlsu;ii;i;of-Eiist JCobtci'riiy.VbrnAiceiisi;   '������  to pi-ospecttor'coal and pelrok-Uih-.oil,.ihe'i'fiil-A'��.  lowing described laiid'sitniiti-a'jiout 'four miles  north'  of.the  iiiternn'iibiiiii   IVoiindary in   tlie,-  soiltheiislern'portiuii.ii l-y:'i>i Kootcii-iiy ilisirifl '  ������Hri.ti.-li Columbia:,' ��� ���'/ ��� ������,. ',''"' '������'.;;���",,,'���,        ::-  yCii'iiiiiiciu-iiig ai a im-,.) .piaiiied iit/tiie  soinh-  oil'si' corner: and   inai-keil.'Siiiithens't'' cdriier' of',  May Levy's C(i:il;auii ciiiil oi)   c-htiiir.   heing   the  ili.iiial pi.ist;ii.ijac(;iit.-ti(.ilii; ycnilhwe^l i-i.nier i'.f  ;l'-riiiil;,;i;.;, sii'veiiAi 'cl:iim.': :,i,''ii(i.iii-(r:''-'n'ici'r()i,.1'.lii.;.{.'  cliiiiiis, ilieiiee wesl HoclKiin's. ; lli(.-nc>-: south So  chains,, thcncc./ea'-t/S) i'lniin'sy t,jj   tin' j^ai'.A.of :���  b<l'glifiiiii,ira'ii<l.'i;fiii|.iiiiiiiigi-.l('i'.:i('ri:'s'.'.;-. -;/''' .-,'    ..';���  ���'������-'. '".A ������ ' ���;���: 7''7"'X.y. '.;A,A.Miiy.L.yvy; LOeatiir '-".'"A;.-  ;  77: fi:.:7fiXX'i7X ���"-...;"' .fi: .'.la'ii'i^s'.'F.iiilie'r./Agic'vil..',/���:','  A I Jilted I liis '21sl''d:Vy bf'.iiiiijia r.y,. li��i!.: '"'    .  '.";': ���-..-,-'  ���XX  ��� X;XA.Afi---yX,:yr-'NOTlClE::X"<'A7A.AXyx..;.:.  )Nofioo is"li'erqby.glypii tliiit/lhirty: (l-.iys;aftcr.  :>liite'.':i. .'Aiiilrew; C. Kidout, iiitend to appijynv  tlio Chief Commissioner: of "Iviiiids-.n'iid'.' \VoiU"  nhd! the Assistant cbiniiiis.sionbi'bril.iiiiils/iiiiii,!  Woriis for tlie/Disli-iel.of.. Ensl/KbotciiayAforii  .licbu.s.e.'.io.'pcQS|iecii.!fiv-/.co'!il:;.iuid....'p(|.iioieiiiii.-,oii'  .tlie'rollowing/ilescrihcil'luiiii sitiiiiib iibbul live  -niiics/iiori.ii'of .tiii.e liiieriiiitionai Bbiindiii'y iind  aboii|.;twb:niiles.weSt of/1 he Flat head-rtivei-; in-  (lie soulheiisteVii; pbrtiun ^bf-Kiisi, /Kooiehiiy'  bislricw-llriiisliColiiihbiii:/:; ".;; ,/i A. :���/, AA A !7 .//  A/Cbjiiinenciiigiil/a post planted atA(iibA!npiihr!  '"eust.ljcoriio.^  !'Ani.Iro'\iA'e!:i��.lVl.bul's''C,bal:i(nd  ingi.he/initiui vpbstailjaceAif/tb'/ilie'AiiorUiweSiA  coriier; of  WI ilia m ���.l/Aoii)sbn!siclaliii.Afii,eiice  ��o�� tii j _^fi_t;jn|i ��> i ��� iV?.^.' 11 ��� o;ii5to.=. Safe's t._ SO. u 1 j ti i iik ;' 'tli.ic! > i ��-e.'!  nprtii'��fift.^  placii or .'begin iiiiigjiiiul epiiliiiniiig:i>-Jo:(i(!ies//.;c  i.,.i:.i:..;....^  ���; A / '��� ".'..'��� ���.' A,  ' :'-���' '.���''. A"X J'aiues' Fi si) e r j '!\ (f ci i / - '  yviiated j.liis 21st Ahiy^iifilaiiniiry, tOOlA ':" C-! ���:"';���'"  AiAfiy.fiy- ,/c,. :'".'.y.-NOTlCE. :fi '"��� A-" ./;..-.;,,.  ?Is'otico is hereby ^ivBiilliiit tliirty iiii ysiif lor.  tlalb.l/iM'ay.A B. Diithie, iniend 'ip apply to tlie  Chief Cbniuiissioner of Liinds iind   Works, iiiid  the  Assistaiity Commissioner' of .Lands -and  Works Lor the District ot Easl Kootenay  for a  license to/prospect for cbal/iind  petroleiiiii, oil,  the following   described,  hind ��� siluiiteiiilioiit  tlireo miles wesl.or.tlie I'-Iatlicad Kiver iind adjoining   tlic/Interniitionnl,  Itpiiudary - in   the  Southeasleiii portion of' East Kootenay,;. Brilf  isli Columbia:-���,j      :,:       '.���.,���....���..'.'�����. .....,;  'Comiiieneing, at a posl pliiiited.' at; the  northeastcorner'and nuirked NorlheiisI'.corner  of .May. A,/ii.!puiliio'.s boa 1 iind coal oil elaini,  beiiig tlie initiiilpostyadjiicbnt to th.2 northwest'  corner of Ernest Levy's cliiiin, tlionec .soiith SO  cliiiiiis,"tlieiicb west SOchiiiiiS." tlicncb' iio'i'tli.SO  eliains, tlieiiee easl 80 chains to tlie place of beginning iiiid cbntaining 0l6'acres. / A,  X '��� ;c;; ;';., fi]"���'���'''������'May a!:H: Dulliie,; Locator :,."-,'  A;���'-;. ;, .;; yy; .. . James Flslier, Agenl.-/  ���'- Diiied lliisiotii day of,.1'aiiuiiry; .lOO-L     , ���',''-'-'  ,"'/A     .',..;.. ���   'NOTICE... ���' ;-,. ..   ., a -  Notice is li.erebi given ihatlhirty days .after  date I, WilliairiH. Iliiiton, intend to''apply' to  the Chief Commissioner of'Lands aiid Works  fot-.tlie bisiriiiiof ICast.Kooi'eiiay for a license  to prospect foi: coal nnd petroleum on ihe following describedInnd situate, about two miles  north of the International Boundary, adjoining  the eastern boundary of Edward .-.IV.Dyer's-  claim,- in the southeastern . portion , of Must  Kooteiiay District,-,Urilisli Coluiiibia:���  Conuneiieliig at aqipst 'planted lit tlie southeast corner /and marked southeast; corner bf  William II. Million's coal and coal oil elaini.  being'tlieinlliiil post adjacent fo, ihe.southwesl  eoruer bf Gil hen II. Master's claini.' thence  north SO eliains, .thence wesl SO cliaiiis. tiience  soiith SOehains, tlience east 80 chains lo place  of beginning, containing 010iieres.  , William II. Illnton..Locutoi'.'  (..l!imc.s i'-isheiv Agenl  Dated this lOlh day of January. I'.'OI.  NOTICE.  . Sixty days ttfU'r d;ito I iiifcnil Ut  iipjily to-the Chiel' Coniiuis.sioiie.r ."of  l.iuids and -Works for pui'mission to  |)tin;liits(! tin; following .dcscrilicd l.'tiid-  survcyod as i.ot-IMOcininKincin^' at a  post pliiiited on the' North Wyst I'orni'r  of said Ciotcoiitiiinino' Iiii) iieres more or  less.     , .7    '     '.- '. .'-'''  Dated this lotli-day of .liinuary, I'.IOI.  ;i i:.'iVi!-.JiU'i'j',Ki{fi,oN.'--  NOTICE.  N'iilici! is- hereby given thai the Koolriiay  Central Railway Company will apply to the  rarllainenl, of Canada'ul ils iii'.vl session for  aiiiciidmciils lo Ihe Acts Incoi'poraliiii: and ic-  liilliig lo llic Cempaiiy by extending- the lime  for Ilie ('(unmciicehiciil,, e.'ilenslon and coin-  plcll/ai of its inidii line and branches, ami fur  other purposes.  Dated al Cranbrook. B.C., February liilh..  10(11.  IIAKVrcV, McCAHTKK .fe DUNHAII.  S , Snllcliors tor Applicants.  A' 7y ���.-;���.., :..''���; 'fi.-. NOTICE.'; Xfi, .i"X;A:yfi.7A,  Notice-Is liereliy given iiiiil thirty., days iil'l.ei  diite f, Wiliiiiiij .I.i:<lilisonV..iiiteiid/to;::iji|ily: io;  the .Cliief ^'Commissioner'" or -Lands,and Works  a ud tlie AssistiinfCoiiimissioiier ot,: Lai ids aiid  Works for the District of Fust Kootenay; foi; a'  license to prospcel loivcoai and' |Vetro!(ium on;  oil the following described liind sitiiale about'  live/miles north of the |.iH.orn a tional l.louii(liir.y'-;  iiiid'about one mile wesl of 'the Fliitlieiul Kiver  iii the southeastern portion of t'last Kobleniiy  Dislrict,,Brii!ish Columbia:^-- ������-..'-������;-  ��� .Coniiiiencing atii post planted at the north.,  west corner aiid 'liiiiik'ed./iiorlhwesf coriier'bl =  Willianri; Gilison's coal and coal oil claini. lie-,  ing ilie iiillial post '���adjacent lb the .liorilieast'  coriier of Andrew C. :Uidbiitls '.cliiim,'-.lliont-c  souih SO chiiins. l.heii(;e cast SO (Oiiiiiis/iiieui'C:  norili 80 .chain's, thence west'SO eliains tb the  place oflioginniiig and containing, Iiio -iieres.; ..'"  - -j .-' ' ,. : ' William:.!..Gibson. Locator ,  '���'A i- . ". ,,,.-"���-.'��� .Limes li'islier. Ageiil,  . "Dated this 21st diiy of.ianiuiry:J iioiA';AA.'  A A' ���'" .NOTICE.!//:'/"/ !A;/' -;-',,;,  ANoticetS.liereby'ijivcn that tiiii'Ly. diiyS after  dale 1,/Frank A. llewer. intend'tb iipp|y; to t|ic  Chief,,'Commissioner of Lands an.d'Worksiinil  tin: Assistant ���Commissioner of/^.aiifls mid  Works'for tlie' District of ICnst Kootenay! for n  liiyensocto prospect I'or coal, iind petroleum on  the following describi'illaiid situate about six  miles north of the Tniernntionnl /Boundary, in  tli'esouilieaslerii poriiop' of Eiist Ivootcnay  District. Urilisli Columbia:--  7 .  r. Commencing at, a post pliinled -al ihe south-  wesl coriier iimi marked- southwest corner of  Frank A. Hewer's coal,and coal oil' claim, being the initial.post iidjiicbnt to the 'southeast,  corner of John Emp'ey's cliiim.'ilieih'L- nortliX"  eliains. tlii.'iii'e east SOehains.' llienee '-south'-'.so  eliains., tlience .west SO chains to llic place Hi  beginning and conliiiuingii-li) iieres/'.  .    . Frank A..1 lewcr. Lociilor   .-���  '..',:.-��� JllllKw'FlshiM', Ageiil '  Baled this 2lsl day of January,, l'.KII. s'.  ��� ���" '   ".���". '���",'' NOTICE... /  Nolice Is hereby given tlnit sixty days after  dale I in lend, "to-iipplydo. tlie^Chief ('oiiiinis-  sioncr, of Lands iind Works'for permission io  purchase the. following described laini in South  East Kpolenay:- Commencing at llic. southwest  corner or, Lot IKM'i-J;' llicm-c. north ilo chains  theiice wesl M chains oii links, Ihoticc south ;r.  chains l.oj-the norlhwiisl coriuir or Loi, .">8(H.  thence cast, io chains lo ilu.' norlhcast eonier.Or  ��� Lid ftStXS, .liieiir.b soulh .20 chains lo l,he nori h  west corner.of Geo'.' Douglas purchase, llienee  easl II eliains id links tn'tlio wesl.'-'bounditry ol  l.otOllfii, ihence north'llfi cluiins III lints lo ihe  south boundary .of l.ol- :ini'.2. thence west :."-'  chuins ?0 links to place of beginning containing  r��r��S acres more or less.  Located lids 2.'dli*dny ofjaiiiiiiry. 1001.-  .'>. , F....I. ltl"l,'ill':i(Fii|,',l', Locator  !";':A/;vA,!;/A!;' fifi' NOJICEv-- Aa-A-a A.a fiXyy  .-.' ,Nlitii'c is'hci'eliy:givcif;iloii;tliii;iy diiy'sAii'ler.;.',";':  date l-MichaS. .Hiiiiij-i'iiitomi' tp/apply, tb ihe/!-//  Qi 1 f (if il< ill i 11 ii ^SI Ol 11 i 1: iif: f i:vi��i j A ���?! i i'.'i', \\- r>rl; .^' .j i i VI .  llloy Assistant- Coiiiiifissi(��n(;;r ,;bf   l.aiMsyyarid, .".  'Works;! or .ilieyDfaii'W  'liftisrise;yt'o'|;.'.|,n,osp'ecV..-fpi^'bpa'l-'.l'(li<l:'ii(i.tr  ,|he,follo\vuig,'dcs(;ril'(i:d':laiid..siiii:it(y ahoiit four,;'../  .ni lbs^ libit ti, of. I lie: liiieiiia t-ioiinlrJ iiiuidiiiry i>(l-"ft"  joining Frcil'C..(:.'v.iiii'nn'ii!j':('liiiiii oil "tiie  ub'iiiiA'y  i ii,;,l,lvi;';Jsoutijeiisiernyfiori,ib.ii of E'isl Kbblf:ilJiy-A!;:  DiSti'ii'i/itHti^h'Coliihiliiii/A-; A   ,5 a A',A'f /,. ' Ay  , yCpinineiieing at a pbsfpiafiLeil :ai/ tlio /north-   .'  eitst',-..<:briier'iiiifl,!;jiiii rice'd!; iiortlieiist/iioriUir; o( y,'  ' Wiidiiiel.HiiiizAepiil/iiiid^coalAiyil-v^  jj-lie,initial posi/Sdjaceiil ;p/the'soilUieiist  cor--X  iier'of. Kdifli fJ./.ltbopei:'^ cliiiin,:. tlience ; son th A  S0el,iiiiiis',;iie::ncc;!wt^si.,sii(;baiii^ ilieiieo/iiprtli,  ::  SO i; 1 ia i hsv"il i eiieii; eiis t Sil 'ciiiifii s d.oAi lie Ajil ii ce of;"; A  beginniug,iiiid coritiiiiiiug 0,10 iicrSs: ���'���'- A 'X���-:���'������"yy.yi  A":.fi:-A/.A,  ��� ���:A:!i!:^l'':|uict'Iliiuz.yLbeatpr/!;;/:1;:y'A  �����.;./",';:���������'���'. ���' A;;:';y''A/;:,A;'A.liiiiiC!s:|i1isher,'.Agiiiii 7"A;  ',-'��� Dated this jis'rd day of .lannary;yliJO-J. ;fir:;;�����'������fiy::/  '���" A'A''!'1' 'rfi'' "    -��" 'fi' ;''"-.''"-   ������"������'"��������� ���i"'   .-���-'q .;������ )  yx��:y-x^iX"pw^  ;/.;Kotic(S is; liereby;giych tliat/tii,irly:days iiftci-;::V"!i  diite !!:Klla:\rMlentihe/iiilbndAto/iippiy!to ::f|ib" ../  CJiief:C(inVihissi()ii(;i;pi^r.iiii:ds /iind AVbrksiiiidAAA  .tli.o..',..As'si��'i!frti-.,''(;pi'i!iii||ijSi'onb  .\Voi;ks:-ror,,the.pistrictAof,;iiiisL!ivooteilayAfbr'ii;;;::.j;;  l|ceiis(;;t,o pri'ispUcl'for.coiit iind /peiroiciiui.���(���iii.'_:-.,/"���'  tljeifbllow.iiig (loscribiiit:! iiiid Asi iuuidnbbui (uveA';  'liiiif liiileiibi'fh/of 'Giiiye's KreCli/bii'iiib'/nbrtliA</���!/*  erii:iipiiiidary!;bfAMli(V.^Iuiirpii'si;^e^  spiitlioiisteriAporlii'm of lOifsiyKiibliiPiiy bijiirict;.; A  iti;riisiiA^<iiuiriiiiii:^:���''',:;';A,;A.A,/A A"!JSa -A:":'A!:V/AA^AA/v':!'-  ;:.v.Cpi'piitbiii!iiip;U't.':':i.i>6fs'l:i)l:in^  \Vest,c(i'(; nei ;i nd''iniirltcii 'ubriii.ivest: coriiei'-bf:;:'  KllayA'idciidnc^/cpiilaiidyeonl pil;/i;liiiiii,:.iieliig AyA;  .tliclnitial'ppsi iidjacentHo/iiie librtlioasfJcor-AAA  i.ieiyof:!.(tiira,;Mv'lJriiseiAs:,(d!^ini,,; t,lieiiCeAsbut.li/y;/;,  !SO.(;hiiiiisi:.thehbe;iMSt^  socbiiinsAtlieiicp'������'i^t.A-S.ft/'ljii'iiliisi'Afb'/itiy 'pineeAAs  oriicginiiiiig:iiii(fcp!italniug;oi(),a;bresA'';A:AA;��y;./  ���.':;-r.'i'''v'!-'''fAbi/.v5f'r  : /,:,.aA/A!A-A;!Aa.'A! ^ :v!A..liune^!^isheiy,^A}^.iii, . A! A!  AyiiaiiiijAiiisSli^i/iiiiy Apr .i'li-Yiu a't-y^.'l i*tTi rjiS^ r'"::A"'::'c.':'" ���- "."yX !���:  ������;yy vAv.AyA :-:A;'A;A;! N.OTI^  yAiNotlcejs liereliy giveii'that,-:iiiirty diiys;:ifter;;!' ;y  ilu t(j'-i;/j.iiui-ii ftl.l'-i-iistM-. fiiti'inl io :f|i[ily (:(;i tlie/  A.  Ghipi: Cbliimissioner.of Lauds; iind. ..Work's and  :  X:  .the y'���Ass'is.liinl.,'--'t''oiiiiiilssipiierli:,iif!; Lniids/ iiiid ;;',  AVorks/foi' ,lh(:- District, ol'    Easi, . K'ooteiiiiy; '.;������'���  for;. it,Alii'ciiSc"  lo.   prospect fi for/- ciiiil '/.iiiiil '"��� ���;/  peti'pleuiii pn/iinyrollowiiig dosi'ribcii, liind s.ii-?/;'!'  u lite,,, buy Graves- preek; iidjoiiiiiig/FraiicIs'.I.A  Ay  l',iiiiii;,anu's,ci,'iiiii on the "oust.".'iii.the soiifheiisir..',;'  j  lu'-ii pbr libit or Kiist'ICobieiiiiyy Dis trie tAflri I isli.- : A;  Coluiiibiii'A;- , ,; ;(rlV ������'.    . .;.. ',,.;..,>;.;.  .',- ���'���''���'/�����'���.'.,���'���,���:  -,-'.CoiiiuK'iic|iig;;n ii po^t plaiiied iit/'tiie-l.'ii'prtli-'.. ' ,/'  east corner and imirkeil northeast - corner /of// '   .  Liiurii ,M; l'-riisiM''s;c'oal,nu'fi coal.oil /chiiiii.'i.'Cty ���"'  ing Ihe initial, post' adjacent 'lis.--.Uib'' souUiCa'si,.   ,v  (;iinii.'t; of --Edniic C-   tiickson's.-; claim ,   thi-ncd A  soijth SO.cliiiins. Ihelicf.'.'ivest'Sil, cluiins',; ilieiiee  north  SO. chains,  flicuce ca^t.SO A:lniius-to.tii.e. A,  place of begi iiniiig li iid coniii ini iigiiiO.iiiires., , ",,.'  -'   A'AA A.":7"::7.  Laiira-M. i't-r:ia,V:r.' I.ooiitoi'    "  ��� , .'  ',.,,      '',.,,;'.:������  /A..- James FishuivAgimt";'",, '���;.'.'  i.laled this ilrdAiiay; (if.laiiuary. 1001.     -      .'.;';'"...  ���'���'���';';.;/'A;..fii., :":"[;:"v'AA,/  ���fi^orr A-';?; Xfi;A;;yxx<  " 7 "''/;.//;;..A'A,";i/'.;:i;,"'A;'/:  A<?AA  -, -A, A v;A. ���;���,-'���"   fiN0TK%:X- A7:':7fiA '..'"A  1 Noticei's'lieivbygiveil that thiriy days 'af-ier  date-L,' EdhiiCAIJickson. intend to apply to .tiie:  Cliiei' 'Coiiiiiiissibiie'r/'bi'  r.aiidsyaiid':wbrk.s iiiid  tlie   Assislaiit : Cpinniissioiier / b,f   Land's   and  Works for the I'iist riet':fer:|iist--kooteiiiij-/ forii  license to prospect fpr.'cOiil'jiud  pptrpleulnAoil1  the rollowing.desei-ib.ed.ianil situateiibouiyone'-.  Iiair niilc norihenst bf Craves'-Greek' iidjbining'  the e.-istcrn boundary of Chartes, H. W'incli's;,  claim,   in, [he'   soiilheasiern.' ppriion   of 'East-,  Kooteiiay District, -British Coi bin bin: - ./'      ',,'���'7  ���: Coninieiicing at/a,post planled"at  the  soutli-'  east.,.conier iiuil' timrked spiitlicast  corner of  Ed mi C. Dii'k-oii's. i'iia.l aiid coal oil   ciaim.   lie- '  ing lliu initial posrailjaceiii   to   ihe  southwest  corner (if .Hiehnn I'.-Hnin ill's chiiin. I lieu ce north -.  SOehains; fiieiice'we.s; Sil chains,  thenee-'south  S'l cliiiiiis. liienc easl sil chains to,the   place  of  Ipcgiiiiiiiigahd containing il-IO acres.1' '        .'..:..  A ' Edna (.'. Diekspn!'Locator'  '.biihe-' Fisher, Agent     ���'  Dlited this :i'!rd day of,hi unary, lihil.  days a iter  iiiuiiils.^jon-  in   to  pin--  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby'given Hint, sixty  date I Intend to apply lo Ilie Chief (.  er of l.iuids and Works for permissi  elmsc Ihe followiiig described land in South  East Kootoniiy: Coinineiiein.. ;,i t lie . north  west corni'i- or l.ol ,No. OlOii. t.heticc south Ou  eliains lo Ihe north boundary of 11. I 'nielit.'s  Timber License. Ihence wesl 10 chains to the  (���ast boundary of Lot No. mii. thence north CO  chain's, tliolirir cast 10 chains lo place of beginning coiiiaining in all l'IO acres iiiorc or Ics..,  Located this 'i-ith day oi January' li'dl.  '    IKKNK  BKIOCKEMtlDCI--.. Locator  ,      '! 'NOTlCzI..        A. v  Notice l.-.licroliygivoii-'lhat no. days artcrdat.' I  intend ���t.-i apply to th.- cliief .Coinmlssioncr of  Lands anil Works for |icnnis,sloii   to   pnicluix..  the   following   described   land   in  South. Eust  ivootcnay:    Comiiieneing a't a   post   pl:iuled"al  the soiiilni'est coi-uer ot  l.ol   <\X\7,, ilijeiicc ivisi  SO ,chains  lo  tiie'eiisl   boundary  (d'L(��t   t'.'JIU.  thenee -north. ,'d   ehaiiis 80  lln.ks   to ihi: ,-oiit.b ���  houiulury of   Lot   ;,sii,fi. (iience cnsi 'II chains, :i;t ���  links   to .the,  net   boundai J,"o| Ceo.  1 loiiglus'  |>urcliase. t,hciici:'...oiit,h ,'.'o eliains.   thence:'en^t  II "'luiiiisdr. links to the wesl boundary  "I   Lot  ll:i:>;, i.beneii soutli III cluiins IM liiilfs. io   place.ol  hefflniiliu.:  coiilnining . in  all  '.U'C acre- more ..r ���  less. '   ���   '   "' '.A. '.       "  ' . Located lliis :,'.MIi-day oV.liinuury, 1!��H.  ;i    ,       ' '   ,   I.'. l.-CTIIKUI-VMiD. Liicinor'' A  ���   '    ��� NOTICE.  Noi ice Is hereby given liuu. thirty days alter  date I- Intend (!���( apply.to Ihe lion, the Chief  ('omiiilssionci of Lands a ml Worlis. for n license  lo prospect for Coal au.t I'elroleiiiii.oii Ilie following lands- Comiiiiiiicing at-jii post, niarltcd  .(,. Iv. Mallei-', u u rl InvoM corner being the south'  west corner of I-',. Cuid's location, tlience south  so cluiins.: thence cast SO cluiins.   thence   north  so eliains. tl ce   west so chains to place or bo-  i:iini Ing contain ine 0 IO acres.'  Dated January lt.li, mil.  .1. K. MJLI.EK, Locator  o .lames ('iimeron, Agciit. THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. 0., MARCH 5,  lfiO/i.  North Star Lodge  NO. 30.  A.  F. AND A.  M.       G.  R.  8. C.  FOKT STEELE. B. C.  Regular .meetings���1st Tuesday in each  month at eight o'clock. ' Visiting Brethern art  cordially invited. '        ��� ,  Elk Kiver Lodge,  Fernie.  regular meetings  held tirst Friday of each moiith.  Cranbrook Lodge. Cranbrook, regular  meetings held on the third Thursday of each mon th  J- Hisi.op, Secretary.  Rocky   Mountain  Chapter  NO. 125. R. A. M.  FORT STEELE. B. C. '    ,.  Regular meetings���2nd Tuesday in  each month at eight o'clock.  Sojourning; Companions are'cordially  invited. ��� ���  , R. L. T. Galbraith Scribe E.  t&he. tyK0&pZ��l0X.  SATURDAY,  MARCH. 5,  I'JOI.  nVTTTTTTTTTTTTTnnTTTrTmnTTmTnTTnnTTTT^  i   LOCAL NEWS.  ��  lllliiiiiUlilil UiiiAl kkkkikkkkkkkkkkkkkkklkkk?-  N.   A.   Iiii!,   Montreal, was at  the Imperial Wednesday.  .lohn   P.   Larson   came   down  ivoiii Wild Horse creek  Tuesday  Kev.   H.   Beer,   Kaslo. was in  iuwd this week. ,  '-������-T.   T    Mi-ViJiie   was at Cnni-  iii-iisiU Thursday mi business.  ��� ruruu\Q��irur��nnj^^  Imperial Bank of Ganadk  ^.=C'APITAL_AUIHORIZBD $4,000,000  CAPITAL (paid up) - - $2,983,896  REST ACCOUNT      -   -   $2,636,312  Head    Office-Toronto.  T. R. MERRITT, President   O. R. WJ LICIT., Vice-IY.  ... ��,.  The  illlil    < il'.ll.    Milll.  AGENTS    TN    CRUAT    JIKITA! N- -I .lovd-   Hitiik    rl   Lombard   HI.,  '   London.  A  Ot'IU-'I'il)   Hllllkiliy   r.l'silH'.-s 'ri';lllr.il('l(.'(l.  Ir" !  Al    Doyle   fume    over '   from  YiinbrooW Thursday just   to see.  Uarrv l-ietiicinan.  Mr and Mrs. Chas. LSI well,  (.'ran brook.' wore al Steele  Thursday.  ' .Win. Crowston.   Ochre   River,  Man., was a yuest at the Strath  i-oiiii r-Vulav.  D. ..I. Johnson. Cranbrook,  wa> rejrUiored at tlie Smtlhcona  Thursday.  Government Atieni Armstrong  was holding' court at Cranbrook  Wednesday.  Ben Werdon who was seriously  ill. durinir, last week, has recovered, and is, ;u work'aii'ain.  SL  ^Savings Bank.Department.��� Inleresl allowed on deposits  Cranbrook Branch.  .   *  ���!ss  5 *  i? +  HEAD OFFICE���TORONTO.  i'tiid up Capital 5-8,700.000: l?e^orvo"Fund .W.000,000:  Affffi-efjatc Resources Over $83,000,000 Nov. 30th, 1903.  London Office; 00 Lombard Street, E. C  Sew York Office: 1ft KxchniiRc Place.  And 110 brandies in Canada and the United States.  Cranbrook-Branch, ,  ��� -uu-uuuvruuuTjmjuvnjmjuiJvi^^ mto!itiiJuihIrtiiii>iJiAn>i>ij-t3 J  ���    ���, ,,   ������, a;*   oianuiuoK-Drancri, F. C. MALPAS, Manager.   *  F. II. MARSH. Manager.   5!* - *  PORT    STEELE,    B.C.  THE  R. Ll. Bedlinsrtou. .Vancouver,  was registered at the Imperial  Monday. '   ,  Professional.  HARVEY,'McCARTER& DUNBAR  o  _      BARRISTERSAND SOLICITORS  o   >  r  CRANBROOK.   ,-o   B.C.  G. W. F. GARTER, B.G.L.-  NotarjL fyiJMh^f^MtiJ-i'ilt  Columbia  Collection of accomns uticiulud lo.  Auditing' mid koojVu.tK! of hooks done  with dispatch. ' ('orrospoii(lcnro,t.oliijit.-  ud'.  (i. W. IX CAKTKR, Kort ytuuk'.'B.C.  T fJ' O'M A S    M c V I 'I1 'J1 I IS  R.Lv.S.   c��   C.'Ei'  i o  Fort, Steele B.C.  Mrs. F. Biumore and Mrs. IL  Reineman were at Fish Lake.  Ranch Tuesday.  Wm. Carlin visited Pernie  during the early part of this  week. ���  ID  COFFEE  THAT WE RETAIL AT 50c. PER POUND  If you   give  < <- (  quality. :  it a trial you will always use this  Numerous commercial travellers have.been doing business at  Port Steele d uring the past-week  ��� Every mining camp in East  Kootenay anticipates a boom in  the spring.  A., B. Pemviclc. and Mrs. .[. A.  Harvey visited Cranbrook Friday.      ��� *  ' About, 500 tons of ice has been  harvested and stored at' 'Fort  Steele.  Thursday was the coldest day  since January 1st." the thermometer registered six degrees  above zero.  KniiT S'i'i'.ici.r. I)i:vi:i.(>i\mi:nt Svnimoatk Ltd  1 i.  I'M Lciiduiiliiill Slirfl, London. Kiwland  (.  N. A.  WALLINGER, FORT STEELE  TOST OK I'" I (-'!���: IK IX y.  J. G. CUMMINGS  '    CIVIL    ENGINEER  Provincial    Land   Surveyor  POUT  ST EEL-13,   B.  C.  GEARY   &  DOYLE.  Livepy, Feed & Sale Stable.  Port Stool��  B.C  Rofjnlar  Daily   Siago  mutilf  all  train* at Fori Sluclo .Junction.  SADDLEA PACK HORSES  ���I HA MING Or ALL  KINDS A SPKOI.U/n  Fort Steele  Diamond Jubilee  Hospital  Tlii.x Institution iiar> Ikmjii recently  enlarged by a now ivin-r which L- now  open for rt;(3u|>tii>n of |jati>:nl-. For  terms apply to  J, F. Smith, Sue.      . Fore Stuck-, B.C  J.   HIGH WARDEN.,   ���  PIONEER  BARBER SHOP  Everything Strictly .First Class,  Next door to the Prospector.    .  NOTICE. ,==_ .-  Notice is iKM'cliy given thill thirty 'liiy.-, ��lwr  (Into I Intend t(i ;i|.ply to the ,Cliief ('(iuhiiIm-  sloncr of Lutnlii it ml U'ork.s, VleUnlu. lor ��  Twenty-one yeiM' tiinl.ei* l(;a^e ovcritln^ f(illo((-  ItiK In nils In; Norili l'-.nst KooK-iiuy: - Coin-  IjiellelllK ill, ii I'osl [iliill'icd on tin: eust Imnll of  tin! Kootennv l(lvi;i- iil.oiit.seveii miles nurlii of  A." li. Fenwick had a tussle  with the Masonic goat Tuesday  evening, and is now wondering  where they got the pack saddle.  On Tuesday last, Seymour, an  Indian, killed six mountain lion  in the vicinity of the Chickamun  Stone mine.  - T. C Armstrong returned  from Fernie 'Wednesday. He  >ays that Fort Steele looks good  to him.  H  KERSHAW  Shaving ��$ Hair Dressing' Parlor  Next to Oriental Hotel  FORT   STEELE,   B.   C.  All Kinds of Hair "Work it Specialty  A. J. GREZ,   -    -   Proprietor.  *  Collin C. Brown, representing  Woods, Valhmce & Leggat,  Vancouver, was in town, Wednesday.  Sleighing is exceptionally  H'ood between here and Cran-  orook at the present time and  large numbers are Hiking advan-  'asro of it.--    - - ..-���-=���.=.  British Columbia farmers in  -ession have resoluted the Do-  ninion aud Provincial govern-  nenls in favor of the establish-'  uoni of an' agricultural college  'or the Province.  Mr. and Mrs, X. A. Wallinger,  \lr. and Mrs A. C. Nelson, Miss  Winnie Armstrong, Geo.;. Watson  md Harold jNation,, were- guests  it the residence of Mr., and Mrs.  ii. F. Ppwnall, Fish Lakes, on  Satul'day hist'i  NOTICE.  X"oticc is lierehy Riven tlitit tliii'ty diiys tifier  dute I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works and tlio Assistant  Commissioner of Lands and Works for the  District of Kast Kootenay for a License t'o prospect, for Coal iind Petroleiiiii on the following  described'land situated on Kintlu Creek- in Lot  ISM Kh-i Kootenay.  CommenciiiK "t a post planted on'Kintla  Creek about one mile north of the Interniitioi.-  iil llonndiiry. beint? the initial post and marked  Ceoree NT. McGregor's norlhwest corner post,  tlience east 80 chains, tlience south SO eliains.  thenee west SO chains, tlience nortli SO cluiins  to piiiee of bcKiniiiHK and coiitiiinini; mil acres  more or less.  Georuo N. McUrecor. Locator' ,  Located .lanuary 18. lillH. !>  WANTK1).  Sl'KCIAL   RKPUKSKXTATIVK    ill    this  ttiicl adjoining U'rriiori(js. lo reprcMjiil,  unci advertise an old established business hoti.se, of solid Itiiimcial staiidino.  Sa I tt ry $21 weekly, \vilh l^xpenses arl-  vttiK'iMl each Monday by cheek direet  front he:id(iuarters^ Kxpenses advanced: position pernittncnt. We furnish  every 111 ill"'. ���  Address  The  t'olumbia.   (i.'K) Monon  IJldo-.. Cluciifi'o, 111.  Lost.  Heavy gold chain \yith gold  locket attached, lost between  Carlin's store and residence of  NT. A. Wallinger. ��ii reward  will be paid to finder, upon leaving the same at Tiik Pkosim-:c-  tor office.  St. John's Church of England.  A Business Proposition.  If you tire o'oin.o- east, a careful selection of your route is essential to theen-  - ��� o  joyment ol your trip.   Lf it is'u business  trip time is thc liiitin consideration: il  tt pleasure irip. scenery ami the conveniences and comforts ' of :t modern  railroad. ' "  Why not combine all by iifino- iho  ILLINOIS CKK'PRAL. the .U]i-Ti)-,  Date Road, rnnninif two trains daily  from St. J'siul and Minnosipolis. and  from Omaha, to C'liictmo. Free Ite-  clinin}''Chair ('ars. the famous P>ufl'ct,-  Library-Siuoking'Cars, all,trains vosti-  huled. In short thoroughly modern  tltrou.o'liout. All tickets reitding- via  the Illinois Central .vill be honored on  these 1 ruins, and no extra fare cliar��'cd.  Our rates are the .-ainc as those of  inferior roads���why not yet , your  money's worthy  Write for full particulars.  .1. G. LlNUSlOV, T.l'\ Jt P.A.  14:2 Third St.. Portland. Oregon.  Ii. II. TltUMliULL. Coinniercial Anonl,  '    1-12 Third St.. Portland. Oregon.  P. li. Thompson. k.&P.A.. Itoom  I. Column LJIdo-.. Seattle. Wash.  SHORT LINE  BETWEEN  STPAUL'��CHICAGO  OMAHA-CHICAGO  KansasCity-'CHICAGO.  -��  CARLIN & DURICK  GENERAL   MERCHANTS  Fort  Steele,  Sole, Agents for tbe  East  Kootena}'.  Canton steel  COMPANY  This Steel, is guaranteed to be equal to, Jessop's or Firths in all  Hard TJocic Work.  So I., ic Agmnts  Solk   Agents  Grows Nest Goal ��*��m  Giant Powder company.  Mining  Supplies  a  Speeialty.  Aii'o.nl.s I'or tho   MASSEY    HARRIS    (XX, Limited.  Farming   Implements.  E. C. Miller is putting iii a car  ��� if'flour,' breakfast goods, and  ���Vied of all kinds, And is pre-  paring-ior-a spring rush of busi  nes's in consequtince of iho as-'  .I'urcd ljuiltliiig of fho 'Koot.finay  (Aen.tnil riiilwity..        .    ,_,  A sleighing parly .'consisting  of Mrs. A. I.U'Fonwiok, Mrs. T.  T. McVit,t,i<;. Mrs. A.. C.    Nelson,  ..(.it, H.7.II'., thiiiKM! ,-iiMi,. tin dlmiiis,   t'.liciic'' ii'irll'i | \J ps .".I.   A.   IliU'Vcy    M I'S,    l(1.   I.5i 11 ���  moro. Mrs. II.. K.ein.itria.n .and  and Miss Wiiinio Armstrong  visited tlio ranch of Colonel and'  Mrs   I londcrsoti, on Wednesday.  "ll: cliii.ltis, Minuet! \V(?Hl. I'l chains. Ili'-nc' r,(,r.'l,  H'.(l (tlinliiH, i.hcticMvcst. loclinin-i. thcric,' ixW'tli  Ktl (jliiilriH, l.h''ni',MV,!sl. I" ,'In,ins. ll,,���!,,:<��� ii(,rtl,  :\\V\ (.'IniiiiK, tin Mice u'rst, 1(1 i'liiilii>...lli('iK'(' ndltli  iHU riming, i,lirii(MMVi.!Ht, ii^'n clHilnsAtlii'ii,;,' .xnnt.li  Sil (Almliis. I.I i, (in ���,��� Casl III ,'h a I ns. tivuhr siint.li  H'iIIc'IiiiIiis. tlience ,'iisl' I".''hiiins, t.liciMT siiiitli  Kll rlitiliiK, tin.'Hoc cnsl HI cliiiln.s.'lhi'iicc suntli  I,HI (dining!.U.hmii'1! cast II! cluiifiH. tlience south  "Jill chains, .lln'nee cusit'Jin ,'hains t(i llic place  or IjokIiiiiIiii;.  niilcd thin I7lh tiny of Ndvcinlii.'r. I'.KIII.  r.; ANIIIIKW It. OKAOK.  'I'HK��� MASTKU M'KCII'a.NIC'S I'l.'KK 'l'AI{  SdAI' heals Mini softens the skin, while.  iM'Omiilly cleaiisint; it ,,f ftcasc. oil. Mist. OU;.  Invalinihli.' for incelianles. fanners, sportsmen,  free HHinplc oil receipt of 'Je. for postiiK'!-  Albert TolM Soup Co.. Mfrs Montr, al. ,  Services will be held in the  Church of St. John tho Divine  every Sunday evening at 7:30 except on the third Sunday in each  month when the service will be  held al;   11   o'clock  a. m.  Holy Communion will he ad-  irtinistored at the close of the  service. A  v- Strangers are welcome.  I'ltESHYTIORIAN   ClIURCil.  Divine Worship will.be held  in A thn Presbyterian' Church  every Sabbath morning at 11  o'clock. ,  .Sabbath School every Sunday  inoriiiug at ten o'clock.  Choir   ])ract,ic(!  every   Thursday evening���at,:7:5JO o'clock. '..  ,Pastor:' W. T. Johnston.  .). T. Laidlaw was' at   the   Imperial'Wednesday. .  Vour ittmniioii i.s cull oil lo the  "Pioneer Liniitcd" train*of tlio "Mil-  watikuo'& St, 1 .'ittil'l titilwiiy." ���,'Tho only  poi'fccL ti'itiiiH in the world." ���;  You will Iind it desirable to rido on  those trains when going to tiny point, in  the Rastcrn States' or ('ttnitdit. They  connect with till Tritn.sconl.iiieiititl  Trains and .all.; Ticket, AA��'enl.s sell  tickets.   y_ ������'"',  ,  .[for fnrthor information, pamphlets,  etc, ask any Ticket, A"ontor  II.  I...  FORD, II. SAIIOWIO.  I'ass.  Ao-ent., General Ajfcnl,,.  "s.l:'OKAN.E. i'OltTLAND.  ANDREW    NEI DIG  GONTRflGTOR     and    BUILDER  IIOUSIO AND Slt'lN I'AIN'IMNO  CA Lf 31MINI NO and I "A I ���Kit HANOI NO  TOUT STEEL 15,   B. C.  SSr?" ��� All   work, yironiptly done.  ^mnMwmmmmmmmmmmfiisfwnmmimmmmmmijs  1 N. HANSON, I  SE General JVlercharit AND ^  ^ Liquor Dealer. ^  Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber,       A large assort-     zSi  tnent, of seasoned Lumber and Shingles always ' ~5  on., hand ^3  DIMENSION      LUMBER      A, a SPECIALTY, 3  Port  Steele  Meat Market  T. ROBERTS, Proprietor.  Fresh and Salt Meats Always On Hand.  f  Canadian Bank of Gommerce    }  1

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