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The Prospector Mar 21, 1903

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Array :1  B^ord-r'fl Uft"*  Vo7.  f).  FORT STJu&LB, IS.  C, 'SA7"��//*��>A}', MARCH 21, 1908.  No 19.  1  :    MINES AND MINING.     I  ^ *" ��� ~ '     , it  * Conducted     under    the    auspices , of    the *  * Fori Steele Miners' Association. *  * **'  Jt     ."as. 'J'. I.mi'h,:uv. I'i-.'-!.     ��� ' ii. \v. 'it(j.ss. s..,-.      |��  Plundering the Public.  At the present limn there is  going on ono of the boldest, and  most audacious attempts to lilch  from the public ono of ilia richest  and most, vn I liable tracts of land in  Brilisli Columbia, undoi' tho guise  of a claim for ^railway construction. .  An account of the attempt,  regardless of the (^coiiomicjispcct  oTthe matter involvecTj'is"oflnbrc  thiih passing interest.  Years ago the Provincial gov-  ernmen't granted to the Columbia  and Western Railway'Company,  a tract of land as a subsidy for  the construction of a piece of  road in West Kootenay. The  land ' subsidy contained iu(i the  L charter   'stales    specifically    as  follows:  ������A Irani,of land cxtundintf in mile*  on tiach side of Uic proposed railway,  and also Mii-li I'urtlioi1 aivu oont.iyuou-,  To r.ho railway a* the LieuliMiant-gov-  (jn'ior-in-coiiiK-.il may direct., in order to  lnake'up stillieieiit. quantity under this,  Hot." *  Of this there is due and not  yet crown granted to thc'C.P.R.  240,000 acres. ��� In satisfaction of  this 240,000 acres the C.P.R. de-  ���jnands a tract of'land along Elk  River in Southeast Kootenay, 200  miles away from the piece of road  upon whose charter the subsidy  tho week looking into the availability of the waterpowerof Bull  river falls. They are practical  walerpower men and have been  engaged1 in other places in Ihe  development of walerpower.  They wore well pleased with the  availability of the power at Bull  river and secured, bypnrcha.se, a  large tract, of land around the  falls. The purpose for which  [hey intend_toJJ-se^heL.power_is  portions  of   this  province,  not  able have been The iron uncover-  ings on Bull river and Iron creek  in     the'  Fort     Steel*-     mining  division.  A report is being freely circulated' in Moyie. and the Fort  Steele district, that the big  silver-lead mines will be inactive  operation before the close of the  coming month.  Eastern investors are awakening to the vast mineral possibilities of Southern British Columbia, especially in the section  tributary to the town of Fort  Steele, as is evidenced by the  recent option secured on free-  gold propositions on Wild Horse  creek. This is to" a'groat extent  owing to'fhe fact that it   is   now  DISTRICT   NEWS' NOTES.  Sawmill at Perry Creek���At the  Government Office���Train Service Delayed.  Great Northern Extension.  One of the most helpful events  in the development of southeastern British Columbia is the beginning of the construction of a  line of railroad from Columbia  Falls. Mont, to Gateway. B.C.  The road is intended pri marly  to facilitate the development of  the vast timber and mineral resources along the route: also tho  agricultural interests of Tobacco  Plains."  It   is   the   intentions   of    tho  amply supplied with the .necessary luxuries for the occasion,  and were tendered a hearty welcomed The evening was enjoyed  by all."with music, singing and  dancing, and parlor games until  early morn. After toasting Mr.  Liddiooatt. and singing the old  song "He is a jolly good fellow-*  and a few expressions of pleasure and gratitude by mine host  Liddiooatl: they, departed for  their homes, much pleased' with  their evening's entertainment.  o St. Patrick's Day.  to generate and transmit electricity to bo, used as a motive  power to operate tho coal mines  of Fernie, Morrissey and other  places; also light and power for  the mines of Moyie and surrounding country. ��  ' The gentlemen expressed the  opinion thai the situation offered  a profitable Hold for, such-an enterprise, and manifested the  faith they expressed by making  arrangements, before they left  home, to- have the prcli mi nary-  work- begun,  tTtllyTTeTiKul^tTaTcfd byThJJso who  have been carrying out development work that we have rich and  extensive ore bodies.  NEW MAIL SERVICE.  Cranbrook, Fort Steele and  Wil-  mer Route Established-  Breakdown at the Shaft.  . was. given, and in which it was  specifically stated that, the land  should,,be contiguous to the line  of the road.  The land which it demands is  already largely settled up. Ln  many instances ' crown grants'  haveboeji given, coal licenses  issued, timber leases granted,  large lumbering "enterprises established, as well as the nourishing town of Morrissey. t  .The land    in  question   is , the  most   valuable in British Columbia', and the demand for it by the  "C.P.R. is unique in its  boldness  "5=-;sss>for tho reason that it has already  been given in Southeast  Kootenay "1.000,ooo acres out of a total  acreage of  4,:>00.000.     It is  also  interesting   to  note   in this connection that the C. P. R.   has   received from the people f$8.'544.000  in   cash   and  #,000,000  acres of  most valuable land for  building  'M2 miles of  railway.    Of   this,  ;>00,0f)0  acres   are   known   coal  lands,    All those lands are selected   in  East   Kootenay   because  they are  of  greater  value than  could bo selected elsewhere, yet  it demands   240,000 acres more.  That it is determined to get it  is shown in the fact that   it.   has  asked   the  supreme court for an  injunction against those in  possession-from occupying the tract  :    Aside from the values involved  and   the    economic   conditions,  ' the matter is fraught .with interest to those not concerned,   who  will   watch   the'outcome, just to  see how far a  railway  company  can dominate the administration  of large   and   important   public  affairs.      Tho   affair  has a; most  interesting political aspect.   The  values are almost incomputable,  and   whether   the C.jP.K. or the  public is to enjoy these ad vantages will have a large and important bearing .upon the   economic  and industrial conditions  of  the  Province. i.   A breakdown of the wafer-  wheel at' the Thompson shaft  caused a shutdown during the  week. The damage is not serious/ but owing" to the cold no  attempt, will bo made to repair  it at. present; but instead, the  men and tools will be moved to  the Invicta placer on Wild Horse  owned by the same people. For  some time past the gravel has  been yielding more gold 'ihan  usual, and the shutdown is' a  serious loss.' Al Doyle freighted  out the men and outfit during'  tho week.  Lead Exports and Imports.  The following is a list showing  Ihe quantity and value of load  and manufacturers of lead entered for consumption into Canada  for seven months ending January 1, 1110;!.  Under preferential tariff, the  total amount of lead imported  froiu^ Great Britain was' I.")."���! 10  cwl, valued at &'->7,T>22.  Lead and manufactures of lead  including Canadian lead ore sent  into the United States-for refining���and imported from the  United States at a cost of refining only: and other countries,  4ri,ii02 cwf. valued at $22,!)is.  Lead Exports.  Load, metallic, contained in  ore produced in Canada, and exported to Groat Britain, seven  mouths ending .January 1st, l!)03  10,000 tons, valued at xJoO.  .,.. Lead 'metallic, contained in ore  produced in Canada, and exported to the United States 9,872,77;!  tons valued at 6229,470.    -������  No pig lead was exported,from  Canada in last; seven months of  1902:      "'.;''.'  Industrial Notes.  Postmaster,Kershaw at Fort  Steele has been notitied that, a  through mail service by stage  has been authorized between  Golden. Wilmer, Windermere.  Fort Steele and Cranbrook*.  COUDBX ' AXD   W1XDI5KM ICKK.  To leave GoldcnJSunday mornings, and arrive at ���Windermere  Monday evening by G o'clock.  Returning, to leave Windermere Thursday mornings and  arrive at Golden not. later than 5  Wll-MISll   AND   CKANHUOOK.  To leave Wilmer Monday evening and proceed to Windermere.  Leave Windermere Tuesday  morning and arrive at Cranbrook  Wednesday evening by :"> o'clock.  Returning to leave Cranbrook  Friday mornings arrive at Wilmer Saturday evenings by (i  o'clock.  :> The first trip between Windermere and Golden under the  above schedule will therefore  leave Windermere on Thursday  April 2nd, and return from.  (Joldcn leaving there on April.  nth. Between Cranbrook and  Wilmer, will leave Wilmer Tuesday April 7th. and return from  Cranbrook. leaving there Friday  April 10th.  This arrangement will supersede all other services at present  in operation between Golden and  Windermere. Wilmer and main  post road, Thunder ^Hill and  Windermere. Fort Steele and  Wasa, Craubrook and St.  Eugene Mission.   '  ~Grca~Northorn to make of it the  lino for 1hrough traffic, on account of its easy grades. Whon  completed it, will be not more  than thirty-five miles from the  Crow's Nest .branch of the C.P.  R., with a connecting line to if,  thus tho commercial and industrial interests of southeastern B.  C. will bo greatly facilitated by  being along the line of through  traffic of the great American  railroad.  Last Tuesday was St. Patrick's  Day. There is no more popular  saint today than St. Patrick-, and  Tuesday was duly honored, at  J.^oi"t= S feel Gfevltcwus; f rn !-\*rii=grea i-  day for Lroland���at home' and  abroad. ,     '   ,  '  ,     THIS   SETTLES   IT.  FIFTY   MASKED  and ARMED   MEN  Six Employees of the Coal  Company Ran out of Fernie  ���A Special Train Take  Officers to Bring them Back  POLICE   MAKE  ARRESTS  Sawmill for Perry Creek,  The teamsters engaged in  freighting the Hanson sawmill  up Perry creek were obliged to  unload if al, Six Mile, tlie snow  being so deep they could make  no further progress.      ...  Kootenay. Central Survey Now-  Progressing���Southeast' Koote-  9 nay Due,for a Period of Pios-  perity.  At the Government Office.  The New Era.  0  During the-month of February  mining business at the Government office was light. Pour now  locations were recorded. ,Six-  teen certificates of work, and  nine certificates of improvements  issued. There wore six transfers of, mineral property .recorded.  Train Service Delayed.  Passenger trains ou the Crow's  Nest branch have been late every  day this week.,  The delay has been caused by  snow and mud slides which obstructed the tract in many places  Hardly had the lino been  cleared in the main range of the  Rockies, when a like cause for  delay was reported in the Cascade range near Goat River.  ' Another cause for delay is the  heavy ice on Kootenay Lake between the Landing and Nelson.  Alaska Boundary Commission.  A cable has been received by  the dominion government from  the Imperial authorities acceding  to   Canada's    request   that   the  Survey of the proposed Kootenay Central" Railway has commenced.  ���J. T. Laidlaw and T. T.' Mc-  Vittie. wilha small force,,,were  engaged Wednesday in" locating  tho crossing of "Wild Horse creel-  one half mile from town. "  inside of ton days a,largo lorce  of surveyors will commence operations in the vicinity of Jaffray  and  push  the   survey   to   completion   as  rapidly   as   possible.  If is  reported" thai   actual   construction will commence, .July 1.  Many rumors have  been   current lately,   in  conneclion---wifh  the    survey"   of   the   Kootenay  Central   Railway.       Concerning"  these, ��� Tin-:   Prosi>i-:otok    has  made the most  careful   inquiry,  as a result of which wc are justified in stating positively that an  actual   survey  of'the  proposed  route is now progressing.  , In connection with the' survey  of  the  Kootenay  Central   Railway: Southeast Kootenay   is on  the verge of unprecedented  development.     The near approach  of construction work on the proposed   railway.       The' present  conditions of the metal   market,  and the early resumption of  op-  orations  in   the   big   silver-lead  mines: the  utilizing  of  the   immense   water  power  of the district,  strike  Crow's Nest Pass, all indicate  that the Fort. Steele mining  division is due for a period of  unusual prosperity.  Sprcinl 1'iTllK  I'Hi^I-EC-'uHi  As a result of the Fernie strike  fifty masked men oran six employees of ,tlie coal mine, from  No. I, mine on Coal Creek Friday morning.   '  , Later on these men were taken  to Fernie and forced to leave  town.'going east, on foot, over  the Crow's Nest line, with in-  struCtK5iis= to= jcoViyj^igul'ii'gr^aiKi"  not return.  Some  time   between    Ii' a.m.  and three o'clock   Friday   morning, fifty masked and1 armed men  arrived at No.   I  ,min'e  on   Coal  Creek.     Some entered the mine,  and   discovered,   and     brought '���  forth several men who were   engaged   in  keeping   the fans and  pumps working.    The house   of  William Patten was broken into.  a woman, the wife of one of   the'  working       miners       assaulted:  while a    portion   of  tho gang.   -  searched tho  premises  and .discovered     a     miner    who   was   .  brought  forth  and   placed with  the miners already made' prisoners. -  ������ The  names   of' the  men   who  were,  run   out  of   town   are   J."  blunt,'T.���Evans, E. Tasmer,   G.  Serina, Dupree and Spence.'  fJt  is   roported   that  the1 men  The   settlement   of   the  in   the  coal   mines of the  Hie next stage of  prosperity, jchief justice of England and two  Waterpower to be Developed.  J. M. Teller and Geo. E. Henderson, men of moans from  South Dakota, were here during  The advance in copper is.absolutely legitimate, and' is based  entirely upon the conditions of.  supply and demand.  The Improvement, in the metal  market will result in a considerable increase in mining activity  in the Fort. Steele mining district this coming summer.  The development of coal mines  in Southern British Columbia is  progressing with great strides.  Iron  has   been  found   in , many  in this district, will be reached  upon the completion of tho  Kootenay Central Railway.  Preliminary surveys have been  made. A final survey which will  be in operation, within a few  days, has already created a new  impetus., New enterprises are  incubating along the proposed  route.  �� "Water-power, for generating  electricity,.has been secured on  Bull river. Power transmission  over long distances in the Kootenay valley, will bo another result of this most i in porta nt railway project.  New schemes arc being'  financed, and the Mauds in flu;  Jvoofenaiy valley are being rapidly-colonized.', ��� So that in fhq  next few months, new and important ���mining and 'industrial  enterprises will have been os-j  tablished which will bring prosperity; aiid maintain a, largo  population, in the Fort Steele  district. . '  Canadian judges shall bo appointed British representatives  on tho Alaskan Boundary Commission.  Will Reside at Steele.  It is reported - that: George  Scott, of Fernie," �� is '���making  preparations ' for; i residing at,  Steele 'during-' the summer  months. ��� George is one of the  lucky prospectors who' made a  small fortune out of discoveries  ho made; about Steele in the  early 'days. Since then lie put  sonic of his money into a brewery  and is making himself famous  for the quality of' his boor, as  well as wealthy.  ��� ��� i /������  The Constable was Surprised;  On     Tuesday    evening   some  twenty of'.the, young people of  Steele visited the home  of  Con  stable Liddicoatt.  It was a genuine, old-fashioned  surprise party.    The outfit came  Sullivan Mine to Operate.  Spei-iMl ioThk I'luxt'Kcrim.  Spokane. March IK���Current  reports here are 10 the effect  that the Sullivan Mining Company have hocured >" 1''0,0��>��J ��� for  flic,completion of the smelter at  MarysviLie: ; ��� ' ! ..������������", .  If is also reported that manager Finloy tendered his resignation, which flic compa.ny do-'  dined ' to accept: and in reply  stated that-'i'li was:tho intention  of the company to commence  active operation's-al the mi no," a.t,  an early date. , o ���.'  Build Elk River Bridge.  Bridge Superintend cut D. Bale  -.vent to Flko, Monday, to moot  and consult with F. 0. Gamble,  public works engineer, as to tho  location of tho new bridge for  Elk river. I  It is reported (hat construction  work will commence at once.  The extensive oil territory of  the Fort Steele mining division  is attracting increasing attention  throughout the province.  upon reaching the mine, immediately . commenced firing guns  and pistols to intimidate the men  at the mine.  If was.late   when "the  provincial police got wind of the affair.  Chief      Mc.Muller.      Constable  Drumond, and Special Constable  Kermo. at onete  started   for   the  mine.    At some  point,   possibly  near the Fernie coke  ovens, the  Constables passed the gang  and  their prisoners.     The men notified their captives that if officers  were met they   were   to   declare  that they were all   friends, that,  if any attempt at    explanation  was made, they would be killed.  The    unfortunate   men   were  taken several   miles  east   from  Fernie  and   fold   to depart, and  keep on going and not to return.  The officers secured a handcar  and   returned    to   Fernie.    The  Coal Company chartered a special train which was   boarded .by  the officers, and then sent east in  an   attempt  to  overtake .if possible the' unfortunate men.  Three of these unfortunates  were discovered in a water-tank  about three miles'east of Hos-  mer. The train went east as far  as Michel. Upon returning two  more men weie found in a section  house. The train then returned  to Fernie. Upon Us arrival the  men wore taken to the office of  the Coal Company.  .Fernie,��� March Jo.���it  is said  that   a: number  of   the   masked ���  gang broke into- the office-of-the  Coal Company at  the   mine and  assaulted the foreman Mr.'Drin-  hain,   who during a  sciitlle'pull-  ed'the: mask from tho'face of one  of the gang, who was recognized,  and  afterwards   arrested,   proving   to   bra- a. miner named ,1.  W.  Morrison.1  If is claimed that a miner  named Patterson has also been  recognized, and was arrested  this afternoon.-  Warrants^will be issued for  the arrest of several other  parties this afternoon.  .1. Galvin, President of the  Miner's Union, accompanied the  officers to the mine, and made an  earnest effort to ascertain who  the men were, who composed; the  gang. !���   '       ���  / THE l:>L»,(')SPEC'iYGR    FORT STEEL
■C, MARCH -21,   HiO'J.
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PL-BL,:ISHI*|{    AND -  EDITOR.       :
,' THE PROSPECTOR,, 'is published
every Saturday, and-" lias -'it, guni'uiitcoii
cirerilatiou ii'.i'fjey .than uny other paper
In Eiisi ligtilena'-y'." It' is all liyuie l'rintcJ
orid contains double the' news of: any
-ithei- piip.er in .the distiiet,.
"E'A'p was quoted in London
Saturday'  last;, • -'ay -'i'13.
' 15s»'4'dL.- ;':At,;;New  York/;£i.,37^
cents'.- „ '■•   ■;.,,;'.■'' ,:..     "-:"'■'■■ ',. ,   ; -
. ■.'" This is: cheeri ng.Dews' to   the
silver-lead'inihers  in   Southeast
Kobteiiaj'.   The' mining juckistry
of ■ th,is   district' . seems, -oh "t'ii'i?
,vJerge',of: an   era 'of jiro^uc'tioii:
The price of„lead.:is soaring; and
■"silver;t.s.:.ptrtT.he rise. ;" The'rt'.;.'.,is'
no dpubi: but that the big silver.-1
lead .'mines   of the  Fort Steele
^district "Ay ill ,;b:e"ihv actiyeoperi;
■ationiuside;o,f,thirty days.
Pmv Getting  a   Beautiful. Watch
and  Chain -Free.—-No'"'.Money
,.;     Required.---El-very.■-,,Man,  Woman, ■■-. Boy. or  Girl  has  the
'■':':.' rsame'  Opportunity, under ""'oii'r.
I'n 'order ro have,,Di;.- At-riokVs English
Toxin-Pills placed in.the bands" rof; all,
persons siifiering froin; bad,; health- we
n:iiike t'li e.- I'ol 1 o'.vl n g ynost '■ J iberal 01Tor:-
.- If yore will send as yonr'niniie'tind atN
dress. ..and agree, Id. sell IYn'us'twelve
boxes: ol'. Dr. Arnold's Eng-lis'li Toxin'
Pills..at 2ov.. per boxi.weu-ilt give,,.yuh,
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iV.A'iX'H A K I) <.'.H A IN in,'■'. either Lad :os
iir: Geti'-s^s-miy.or'your choice :6i' ty^onty.j
other premiums vsiwh; as-iine'sets; of {
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and vi;>ij, don't ifaCv-;,to,'; sell' any'''liiore,|
ihah'ii boxes t.(;>:;'»-ol':'iho ]irt:nii!iiin.s;|
This is' :t, bona,!.U!e tilTifi; ■froj'ii ,-a 'ivliiiM'cj,
f.-otiiv.M-t'i...' t hat llui:^* li'Syori   th-djisiu'ids- <>f
^'"'XSea'dduaLZ'tGrs' fbr   lYtining   and   Commercial   Men
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the;mining:of sih'.er-'leadior.es:; in
■this-distnet;-:;. It appears Uhaj;
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; Only;has the°price of leacl r'c'a-o.l
;ed:a point that indicates a!prout,j
:but  the : cost,of treatment;; has:| Qur-*a^-hes'arq^riH»;,,iit^ivkr--sraiida):a'|;;
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.';: ner silver:lead prqducirig°clistrict
■' of British'■'Gbliim-bia/'.:,'     '":"     ■',:".;
,;'' ':Tlie:,mining-,'■ 'outlook' .for.7'the
i';Campsvih"this district ;is:,'pa.rt.icu-.
:;of^"tlieto^ifdrFbrt" Siee]o'."JAviU
j';be "^greater.-''■'than,;:■':that; of;:, past
7>.;;4"Lfhd(ii:■:, --the,;' jiro'vaiii:i'ii'.^';"'l:;'.■ ",'coii.;-'
;''^6qrinan:;''' grpvq>sf':' v::pf ;;;f hi i iies^
should become shippers; ';i:;>v':>-
'-..-.'•'■ ■';:.';.-''■'":;;-■•;*   *, "*':. ■■ .; ''-;■"'.;;".'-■■
,':';'A,:liU'ge<unmber .of;-;.-business'-
' men ihtlie/KbPtonays^are-'prp-
(..jjiiring.lo j:iti.i their .'business info
the, ground.--They will- sink oil
.-'yyells.v' V "  y-\ •.-'..'-■;.-■•■-•;:-.
■■"''-,:'''.''-■■';».' .."'.   * .,'.*"■'-.jv.''■...•'■.':...'■/'■■■■ .: ■;■': ■'■
Falsehoods are'.like'-Ilea's-^"tliey.
are allowed, to live'because it is
■ tpo'mucli trouble to chase. :thom
down and kill them. -.■■',.• ;    :.-.; '■/■..;
v     '■■■•■. ■    '*' -i!*- ■ *■• ■'-■'   .- '',,-■• -:.1
:■ The man .who considers .him^
■self, en'lightened because he; sees
:thelde.ticie„iicy of others .-may be
'very ignorant because, lie'- has
'not...sttidi'ed;his°.bw-h.'-.''v.' : ' -.-.'"".'-'-'.:
AVe,   Op^v^'   Vid\Xa;;;A>"YyMp'XEY.until
after ^TOfliaye s^Id::r)iQni.;;:'M'e bear a!I
the;expQhse;adtj. iVre! (jnlv'y.i'naliins'. this
liberal olJei^as'a mei'hod^f: advertising
Dr...'-'. Arnold > '„ ."liiur'ligb., ,;:Tqx<id;-:';Pil]S;:
■I3on:t:aelay.->vrire;at:: once:., and; /earii'ia:
'Vieautiful:'';::})r«sisnt,:;' fog;:';yoyrself;.; for
■ Christ/iiius;- :?w.u'-:'.'•.■:.■-:;;..';:.'. ':::.■;•.-.;::;■■'-:.- .;;■;
:Address\:ARNOLD, :M
*DICINE -CO^'Dept,
..,. ■:'    J ,.': ■.-■.-.','.'.■■;;':.'.;i3a
.:„,,: ?;; :■:',:::^,-;;noticie:.,,;,:;,,:;,;.,;^,.;.:(,;y:..r;;;
■wi-!l "Wo. fmiiiie.-; w ili.r.rWrliamont of&rtiirida rtt,
U-tiy, poin'piiiiyyi'di'.Wui: Act to..'Amend Its.;Act of,
ostijuii,liiii'''tiiotiiiio foh ■■Oii.v'.'eclmmtfnc'c'iriRnt.'of
  ■;.,,.■■.:.■. ^ -..: .■...■,.■..■■.- '-1 ,-'..; v ,,.  ,  . .■.■■'- .;■ - .■■.-■■.■.,  -- ■■■".■ o
cpiisitniotipii unci tin: ^oiiipli'tion of.'.sai.'i, .Rnl'-
way'.'as iiiriitnuijy.'Se'ci'iojf'ii oi[,Ji«jd .A>-.i-: <'>rTii-
uorpora'tioii. ■■:'■"-'■!..'■.■■.•'■.*^ ''"'>.(.-%.-.■•*■■'■' ■.,''::'."':■.,;.-'
■Dai'iMl ■Jiuiuii'i'y:*)t|i;.li9o:i.::i •;' t- •''« : ■-,'
. -. ;■:<-■' ■;..'. '■":'.'.tJA.RVHY:...t' Mi-:CA.RTKR,;;-' .
•■ -.'-' ■'-.';«''■  '■■■£■:'■'':?"■■■''- Solicitors for Applicants: -
f :a;xi W -tin e;;;^«D srt^
; 11 xt ie si ^i kr&^m '-■:/
I Agricult ure::: t: M
CSraxing and ihe
Lumber Industry
|%re| Pr bmisi^sst-; f%:;
rPisatuye s;J:b'f pilfer; ^
District. '-■■:',1
': ,:  -President:-Roosevelt is  quoted
.:.       ,- I-   %.
.,'as saying "Life is too soft.''   He
, will   probably   meet   with': some
. ■ 'hard strata in it before 'his pres-
• : ent term of office expires   unless
; he is more fortunate than, any of
his preclecessdrs-. ; _:
There^has' been a great deal
said about.capital and labd'r' and
the greater part of'it .has been
said to.no good pinvpose—just to
stir up, .strife, 'and 5el the man
who is compel led-by' circu'mstun-
'pes to depend on "his toil and the
capitalist who'helps' furnish'him
employment against-each other.
It is doubtful if .there is another area on the ■ Amcrh- in ' ivim-
tinent more rich in coal -than
"that portion of the "Fori St'.'el':.-
mining division, now held-in reserve-by liis.'! l'Jrf>\-iiicial <govi-rn..
ment. Wit Ir th'.'.op'r.mug- of this
reserve, a nd, t h<-' ini.rotlut'titJii of
it v.. ill dcvi'lop into t Ik,-'
revi'iiii''   pro(-li(f;ii!g ,di<<
' -i.;:-:; NOTICE.: ;--,:      . .-■%
'i'li-kc'iioilci) that, tiiifly daysafl'vi'drtU' I-iii-
' toinl'.'-.io. apply 4,0 the :,',Cli'i«f .Commissioiinr 'of
Lands & V\'oVks lov a ; syvon 1 yiono yoir timber
lcasci (/[^ije.'f.ollowliiB ;lands .si.lna'tc in South
--(ssLKpoVetihy'coiiiaieiicnigat.a: post jijantod
on th'ij, lOaHiot-nlooundai-y bf-Lot .158!) al Ui'e, Vn-
■tiu'iirtiioiiBl Houndnry.T^ine; ihenci'v noi'th,800
.chains.'tlioncc east. :IC.OO ichains;. thonco.'south
■iUOi:lin:ius.'tlioiir'e west WO chains, tlipn'eo'sou.tl),
Olfl chains:' thence-'wesfOiip chains to .the ])j,aco
of bcKinuins.    . ' '..,,' '   I'    " '..'''.
;,, '■   DOKArj)-R; pAMPISHl.T,.-:
DutiMl thisind day or'.i^cl)Vi'mr,v.?1flfi:i: ■    ; 11  „:
.-.-. .- -y ';;■■ , <k . \ NofiicE; ■;,;   :;<   T^.
,,'l'aUc notice; that,thirty days after dale I.-'iiir-
to'nd to apply to. the Chief Commissiohcr of
band* ,v Worksi'for a .nveuty-one year tiinbor
lease of.tlK'...ibIlowins lands situate: in South
■Kasi Kootenay i;oinmeii<Mii!i at 11 posi ,|)lamed
on' ihi.'-'v.'wiorn'-l'jo'umlary of tot 45S9. teiii'milcs
north of .the lutenvational BoutKlary Line,
thence east liiOO cliaitis. tlie'iice north S2II chains
thence -.vest 4b'j choiiis,. tti'ciu-e horf-h-:i20 chains
thence west 1120'chains, thence spiith'610 chains
10 ;.!)(-place of bdsitininir.: ':■■:
■       avilX/Ja'h Campbell.^
Oateu thir.-.'7th <lay of'.lanuary. 1008. II
tricl, in
1 Jriti-sh .', .oini'iiijia.
Shaving #: Hair Drcsaing  Parlo;
Nefl to Orlehr-i! Iloi.-I
All -Kinds  "f llnir Worl
A.J.   QHKZ,     ■      -     1'HOPRIETOK.
n.  <;.
a   S|ii'i;iiiliy
: ' :-.:;N-OTiOE.   ..   ,-;
Taki-. notice that .thirty'' days/, itf(,i,:!i;
date I iiuond to 'aj'j'ly"; to'' i.lifi C'liie'f
C'dirimissionpr of L;mda-&■■Wpt-ks for :t
21 yt.-ar- viinlK-r lease ol' '-the i'ollii'wino.'
iiiittJH ,-ii 1 ;;it(-(.) j 1 oar Valik in ' Sbutlieast
'.Iv()!>V'ji»a'-y ;!•:.-•.•:•]IVi'd tir- folli.i\v.s:-
(..:<i]]]).:'.oncin,o-:vt ;i pi.iint on t.lty .wosi
iiuniii'lat-Vo i.'f I."t -"oft'l, Grottj) 1. scvi'ii
uiii'-s snu! ii <>f i1h> B.C. Southern.'fiiii.l-
-.v-:t,v in/iii^ lli'c. sdul.lioast f;ornftr of INT.
A. Bi::iii.,^--^'ffrrjiri"~ie:ise,, ilioiico south
foiic.ii'viiiy, 1,110. wur-t; Ijon'ndaiy of Lot
io!U. (lru\i\) 1, a distamji' of "J0(» i.'liains.
ijioi-';' oi- loss In llic Intoi'iiiitioiia)
BfuHnJury.-- lli«noo wosl, I'ollowino-said
ii'.nifiiiiiry a (iisiancc of ;.it!l) eliains.
oi'iijco uortli I'UO "li:iinK liioro oi- loss 1o
a jmiiii duo ui-si 01 lliu point Of ln..-yin-
i.-iijii'. Uii.-ij''.'.-fiiri .'!i!0 i-.|i;i.in*.lo iliopoii.it
•1! bo;_'i.'iiii/i;.r. =-;      .,    -
12      .    I'lKfJlNAIJ! <.';.- R'AN'lt-VLL.    .
hi'.ioi'l tlii-. 2Ki !.; day oi''l''ol)niar.v.: il'Ki.'l
.'■'.ili'-.- i-. 111 ■ i-<-!j\ . yivrli f.tiil 1 sixly
'la.;,'.- alii i- ilul'-.l inO;oil l.o iippl.V to I h<-
('iii.-l ''ii"iiin'ii->-.ioiii-i' (W l.,:i,iids and
\Vf|H:-,a! \'ii-|'it-i;i Inr piM-iiii-sion lo
puri'iiasi- l,'i." Inl iniviny laud" hiliialc ill
Si.ii I Ii   I; *; j - -1   K' t* 11 -->iiiy
' uii/Di'-ni-iii:.; a 1. n posi plnnl.od .about
on;., mil'- iiorll. .if [IiM-iios Hancli on
I'.idi" .-i-.'.-i- \.,-..-i <ii iiii.,li'il) itnowii. as
'■Wild I (■< )':>;!■ .11 ill:'" ilnaic" north Nil
• - j lit in-, 11; • • 1) 1 •' • v, est -111- chain*. Ilionco
-n'.'nh so elm in-, tlicnco casi -m chains
lo t In- plm-c i.if ln-L'inniii^.
i' .LACK   URI.L
hau-u lie- lot Ii liav'id l^ebi'iiai-y. dWOS
^Your. attention is. called;-to ,,the
wau'kee"& St Paul ■Rail wayi" i'T'nc on ly
perfect train* in.thc worlds';,     :.'■■-•■./>.V
" You will find it dosirablo .to ride on
those train's-when"{joing- to anypdint in
the Eastern StattisOr Canada,:" They,
connect.' with/ ,,'all ■'.Trtins'fio.iitiiieiitii-]
Trains-, and till .Ticket ;'}\<rtiiits"„:.s,e]l.
-tickets::.,''' ■ .;."',;.■. ■.■:..''''•;:■■::,,;.7;
For' further iiifdtaiiation^iuunplilet.s,'
etc, ask any Ticket Agent qr    :'   ':     :
R: ;''L'.':'.irpfipr;■■■■-."■ sw'-; ^', )toV\'e,'•; '-^•■'
•  '■ ''Pass.- .A^eht:^'.•'■■:'    ■  General Agent,'
" :-; ;, spp;KA.]\ w. ■■,; :.::portea;nd..
Reduced Rates from the East
.Ckntimeijcing Folji'tki't-y lol.li .and continuing until. April .'!Ut,h l.-lici-e. will,, lie
lowratcs.m ell'eci, I'roh) tho .h'ast via the,
.Illinois.Central R:R. \io. all Washiiig-
ton. Oregon |iiid;Tdaho jvoiut.-:', . .11' ,any
of your IViends oi- relatives in the If'ast
'are.coming West'whilo,.lho.se rates arc;
in effect. give 11s thcit- name and address, and.we .will;make, ifonr business
id see that- they are given the best possible service. ,. We' operate through
personally conducted excursion cars,
and.in tact give you the benefit of tho.
latest conveniences known . .1,0 n'iodern
railroading. We. have: 15. dill'ei-cnt
routes between the Mast, and Ihe'West.,
and; are in position lo give yon. lire
be'nolit of the best' epnihina! ions.
Write us and we will.give you "full par-
l.icuhirs. B.H. TKUMitiji.i.. '.L4i'. Third
St.. Portland. Oreu'on, ,
NOTICE.   .      .-
N'O'l'li;!') .'is hcniliy-plvon lino nil aiiplicafion
■will   lie  Iniiile.lo tho  I'lti'llaineni o!'Canada at,
the  no.vi.  SiMslon"Ihf.-reof for 1111.Act to iiicdi--
ii(!i-al,e m company to,lie Unowii as "Tlui South -
ein.i 'en I in I I'mvIIIc Hallway- 0(nii]iaiiy'!, to con.
-Jl 1 ucl. iiiul upcrale a line of railway from   V1111-
eiiiii-cr In lli-lllsli i.'oliinilila 11101 herly and olist-,
I'lly   liy   way   ,il   I lie   Ki'olciniy   l''iss   to Minne'
p.,Inl mi t lie I ltd Alii 11   IllVel- In the. Dl'lii-H'l   of
./Miierla';     .lla-nee     .imrlh.  easOilly     t liiinil.'li
Snsl.-iO'-hewiiii In viene |mi|iiI  on   Ihe  Clmi'chlll
ii'lver;    with   iio\!''':-. in  t-'.ie.i i iiei   ;:ad n|iera!e
I .li-Klli J'li Mini lei,-plume Ilrie;   l.e    I In-   plllpose
of Iih liuHln'c.RS iiiul (or the taililie.  ,iinl   lo  own,.
iiki!  1111 • I   oporale  u-iifei'  ]iuv\-i;r>-  conv^iiloiil. lo 1
I he iieol forniilway mid   nlhei 'joirpiise^:,  and j
In own iiiul  operale  sleain--.lilp-.   leirlcs,   itnil-l
'diipp 0::. -aiiii   build   and   in-cet   the   neccsv.iry j
whiirvcs and elcvinoKi;   and   Willi'-nele olher !
powers,aii'l piirllei.'e!-us are  Msiially  irlveii  in | ,'iboiill seven mill
railway eoiiipioiloi'.
.ioiinstu.v .•.■'i..'Ai.cf>\"ititnici.:.
Solicitors lor'lhe, Appheiinls.
I lined al ToroiJin iliis !.':nli day 01   Ueeemhcr
lPlil! ' ■        ■   -i
■■f^'yis''"*" ^-fiiojlrit'^-i-; i rifcSiVd iSapply to '.the.
AssistantCoifiinissioherSof-..Lauds- and
'Woi-ks'for the':'District.of,;ISa'siv Kodter:
nay and.v.lotlicOhicr.Goiniiiissioner ,:,of
, tift 11d s,a nd eVTorks :Tdr a. 1 icense:, to" ])r os-,
peel for ucoal and !])eti.;ole\tiii !:..«iyii: .the
following deso.t.ibe.d'lahd sitttate on. Oil
creek in .the 'southeast-poi'tioii df;, Fust
Kooi.eiiay,District, British.C-oliunbia:.
-, a■;".. Coiiihiencing.:at: , a post, planted'
about nine tuiles no.rlh of tlie InUa-na-
tioital .Boundary :and\:<.'306 feet .east of-
Oil,.Greek,being tlie southeast' corner,
adjacent:: to: fire soiith west: corner 'of
Alexander'C.-f itilt.'s claint. theitcc north
SOyhaiiis. thei'ice west SO chains, tlieiico
south ROchains. thence east SO chains
to the, pliice of J.ieginniug and , cotua.ih-
ing fi-10 acres. - ,,,,,,;; ' -■■'"'. ,.'■'."' '-:;,.
• :"■;' /'Kdnnind B. Kirliy.1 Locator.:':''
■': ;::':a:-;7 ':: : ,L Fretl l-titciiieV A gent.'7; r
-('Posted. I.!)t,h:6etobeiv?l!i0i;:' ■-', ;:':r-7\- ■
i 'b'i'ijC'onftpeiicihg :at ' a post.'planted.
iibout- nine iniles north til'■the ..l.ntefna-
tional Rpundai'yand :'!0(V7foet ,;lila,si.' :of.
'Oil.Creek licittg tlie iH)i,ti?cast..,(:oi.|ioi',
adjacciit 'td^'flie so'iitliwest 'cpi'iK'r ,'of
Alexander .C. Quit's 'cl'aiin, . tiieiice
spntlf. SO chiVins. thence west SO - chains.
thciK'C iiortii;S0 Cihains. 'tli'cnee east. SO
Chains 1(> the. place , of beginnins:' and
containing 040 acres.. '   '     '      '.   '■ "
",   .    .lambs: S. ('■ Fraser, Locator.'.
;■.''        ■■'.'...T.-Fred'Ritchie; A'gonl'.
,  Posted liilii October. M)02.',      -  y   ,':,
'..(! Commencing ' at a .post planled
about seven niiles North of. i.iie'Internal ionai'lloiindary atid^OO fei't lOnsl of.
Oil Creek 'being I ho hoi'thoa'sl-' corner,
adjacent to the southeast corner of
.lames ,S. (.'. ,Fi-as:ei"s claim.' thence
south SO chains, thence west S.O chains,
thence north SO chains,'.theiice.■ ensi So
chains, In'the. place 'of beginning nod
containing ji'O acres.
i!eo. W. Itiehardson. I.ocaior.    ;
''"'"•'irr'F'red.Ritchie. Agent.     v
I'osicd iotl.igcioli.ei-. MiOi'.
d    ('(iniinencing   at.   a   posi./.'plant.ed
abou,l. seve.n miles north of I In; Inlei'NM-
iioual Boundary..and about 200 feet east,
uf <>il Creek being ihe   nort Invest', corner, adjacent lo the southeast ournor of
• brines   S.   C."  I'Yaser's   claim,     thence
south SO chains. I hence ea.tii. Sp   c.hnins
thenee nut'l h SO cha ins. I hence wi;.sl.  S(l
chains' lo   I lie. place   of beginning mill
eonl(lining CIO. acres. ■     <
,     Koss Tlioiupson. Local or.
•1.   I.',l,i?il  I iitchie,   Aoe,||.
I'osled Huh OrloLcr.  |!l(|o. '
e    i.'oiunioncing  al,. a,   phsi.    planted
•!>- north of the Interna-
ji.ioiinl   P.oundary  and  200   f,.,.|;  east 0f
j oil Creek bfiiig vlie; northeast  corner
•adjacenl    lo     the     southeast     corner
of    George    XV.    Richardson's   claim,
A • ■■ ' .. ■—to
General' iyiercj^ast'f
7     l-w^iIMor• Dealer.
S~ ::: Mantjfacturer'of all 'Kinds ofLumber, A large assort-;;^;
S^:'-.":' ::. ' ment of seasoriecl liurnber and bhing]GSralwa.ys '■"''- :;-SS.
•~-f' -'-""'.-v'     7 ■":7v">''''..:,;;.'-i'       ()m hand ;:;    ■' ■;' ;'' .■■"■''::'vv*: '.: '■' ..'-;;:^3
^\        DIMENSION 'LU^ ° ;3*
thence south 80 chains, thence west SO.
chains,- thenee north SO  chains; thence
east SO chains to the. place' of begriiinitig
and contiiitiiug 010 acres.;  . '     ,,    '   ^
' Clias. I.v. Rain i lion. Local or.'
'„■•:     .J?::|yVed Ritchie.'Au-ent.   "'.'
Fosted lllth;October. ,1902.   '" .■   7;
. f Conuneneing ■■.ili-a post -planted'
about seven iniles north of the International Boundary and; 200 feet oast of
Oil Creek, being the northwest' corner,
adjacent to the southeast corner of,
Ccairge \\". Riehardsoirs cljiiin. thence
south eighty .chains.' thence, east' SO
chains, thence north SO chains, thenee
west oiglil.y chains to the place of beginning and containing ii40 acres.
.1. Fred Riichie. Locator..:.
Posted ioili Octobor'. 1002. ■
h (Joininencing at a post planted
about seven, iniles north of liie lniorna-
tional Boundary and one mile east of
Oil Creek, being the northwest corner,
adjacent to the, northeast corner of .1.
Fred Ritchie's'claim, thence south SO
chains, thence oast. SO chains, thence
iiort.h Sn chains, ihence west SO chains
Io flic, phtce'of beginning and' 'containing 0-1(1 acres. . /'   . ■ .
'I.'Ikis. (,.'. Bliickslock, Locator.     |
j . .1. l>'i-od Ritchie, Agent        j
.    I'osteitHith Octobor, 1002. ■ • :
1    ( .ouuiiencing   at   a   jiost   planted
about nine miles north of the inl.epiia-
tioiia-l Boundary, and one mile' east, of
Oil Creek, being the northwest corner,
adjacent to the northeast, corner' of
Kdnnuid B. Ivirby's claim, thence south
SO chains, thence east SO chains, thence
hoi-Hi SO chains, thonoe west SO chains
to the place of beginning and containing 0-I0 acres. ■ /
Vlex C. Call,, J/o'cal.oc.
aljout nine- ini lesiioi'tli of tlie l.nieruu-
fional Boundary and one Vmilo^.ea.sl; of
Oil.-Creek, lieing the northu-est coiaier,
(uljacent .to the noVtbeast :ctirne*r of
dames S. C. .-' I'Yasors c.liii,m'. thence
south SO chains, thenee 'east'80 : chains,
thence, iinrtli SO'chtLiiis; thence ';wos't,80'
chains.to the place Of .heginningf'.'and
(.•'ontaiiii'ngii-IO iicres. "
■; ■ ■ .r    -loiin Moiiston.-'Locator.
'"..'    •       [:•)''. I^red. itilehie, Agent.-
: i-'osted l!Jt.liOctober.  1002.   ;■'-.-'   .■■.„"'..'"'
NOTICE.' : '. ~~
Ntotiok is liori.'hy -fiven' Unit aiiplicn lioii wilI
bo made to the. l',ej,'islafive Assoinhly or the
l'rovincoof British Colninliia 11L- its tioxl session, by the K*ooioiniy (,:ontral l.'nilw-ay Company, for an,Act t'o Amoncl ils Aci.of Incorponi-
lion,' Iwiiig I I'M ward V'l'l. Clin p.' 711. ljy defining more particularly the' lime 'for'" deposit of
security mid by e.viendiiiff U10 timo for Lbo expenditure, of Ton Thousand Dollars in surveys
or construction as'.required by Section IB of'
said Acl of Incorporation. ■"    '
•-.'   IIAUVRV & iMeCAKTIcn.
Solicitors for Applicanls.
Dined tlie. 2I1IU day of January li'iOH.
J. Fred Ritchie, Agent
Rosted lilth October, 1902.
j    Couimcuciny   at   a   [iost    plant oil
'I'lMIII'll;  NIITIOK. ^—^
T hereby Klvc notice Dial I will apply to ihe
Clilef Commissioner of l.imds -A Works fin-a,
special timber licence over the followliiK lands
situate iii.llie. .Smilliiji-u Division offho llislriet
of lOilst ICdOleuny... .(.'iiiiiuieneiiiK'al the North
Knsl cornei', of I'Yunlt Neeleres in-e-einjilion
nearSlx-inlle or llooth Creel,-; thenee north lie
chains mure or less to Ihe St. Mary's River/
thunce followln;.; llii! som ii bnnli ollsaid river
to a I'Oint Hi ehaiiis vvesl. Ihence soiilh ti.i Hie
north H-csl cornel' of the said rre-eiiiplion.
Ilioace east sn chains to the poinl of commence-,
infill I., conlainlni; Mia mires 111010 or less.
riiAXK i,kci.|.;kc.
f'raiibrool;. liOLh Mnrch, |[Kt:i.       7' l::
ftverylhinjg. StricUy First Class.
Next door lo ihe Prospector.
Hi THE  PROSPECTOR,   FORT STEELE.  Ii.  ('.,   MARCH  -.>!    !<)().;
%hz $}z&&pzcicv
SATURDAY,  AlAKOH ,21,  I'lOii .  ■
>  -;        NOTICE. ■*■'.',
■; .NOTICE   is   hereby   joven   lhat  thirty i.l.iij'S
.after date. we. the iiiiileisiynedintend lo apply
:  to the. Assistant  C'oiiimissioiier'of... Lands, nnd
Works for the District, of.KaSt. .'ICooteiiiiyj   and
the ('hicf, CoiniiU'ssioiier" of 1 Jnuds ,-inil "WOrks
for licenses loprospeet i'oi'eoal.on   the i'ollbw-
, ' Ini; described lauds sil.ua le'iiorth.. of ,111c   Pint,-,
',-' heiid Kiv'er east" of   ihe' cast   boundary'lino of
the,;.OiHiiidiini  i'arilic. .railway, joafit.   in' tho
South,Ka'st portion of, Kasf Iv'ootcna'y  District.
Biltisli Colirmbia., '!'.•:■ ■■"■.''■'■ .
'•).   Commencing ai tx -.posl about sixteen miles
'north east of Ihe fowii'of Morrissey ■Wliiff/'tlie
..initial, post of . C )iu iilfS "J *i?i e'i:soii !s; elaiih,.. aVi-
, 'jaceiit,. io/ihe  north  oil's I  cornel  bfSarali A.
tioss' claim': thence north '80 chains, ihence
west SO e.haliis^lhonoi.i, soiii.h'8(J  chains,  thence
'.east 80 chains to the. pinee~of biigiiiuiifif. con-
.   tnlniiitf iMOncres. '.■'.,!■''    I'■ :■'..,'■..-,':::.   '",'.'■•';
"     Datod February lo:'llii);l.fe'n.     ,''.■
■'■/.■■";::, 'OIlAKLKS'fK'rKftSpN^ Locator.
,;';; ,,,,;'',;   • y: ••: A/rrnuiiett,'a«-oiii',-,. :' :
,-.'.- (.'oiniiiijiioi n^-' a I';■ a.; posl bei nj,' I he sou I h,
west confer post of Marlha ' Hotfs chiiiitano:
adjacent. Id the souili east corner of diaries
Peterson's claim, tlioncenorth;- Nil. chains.'
ihence ouSt SHclmins,, tlioiice south SO chains,
fhiaieicwost SI) chains'to .the place of benIlining
• '<-oiiloIn'iiitr ;!lo acres. - '■ "7        .;'.'-.
'-''■'.': '».'.' ■'■'"; '"■-'        ^lAli'l'If A 'llOKI-'. ilbciitoi-.
- ...   "  '',.'' ,.      A. Ilnoicoli: Asoni." ,.-''
',,. DiOeilFeb. loth, limit:   '.'-'.-'       ■; ..',; ';;■     '-    ''
;'- a. CominciKiini,' at 111 pd-t 'ijei'n^r tlie norili
(.!iisl.('oriii'i'|>osI (if Sarah A. .1 Joss', claim, inn I
lirtjiircn I to the. south' .west eornyi- of, Martha
ilofps claim.;'thence smith  Si) chains^, ilienoo
,y>'osi sineliains. thence north W). chains.-' thence,
east. SO chains lo I lie place, of 'bcfdiiiiiii"; con-'
Vainins li-ld iicrcs.'   :K;.; / "':7:.:, f.. ''•:.'7W/: -•  -'77,
'■'v...' 7 77  :'!::;:■■■_'      'SAtLyj7A^e03^..ocittor
,..;,;,,,...'T^'™:..-...-;;'        v■:~A"/-I'ivTeisoifl'"Asr«iic".
';."':, bated Foli.'lOih, ,l!«r.i.'L 7'7;.;. ,..77:7;'.: .,/,;,;;; 7.
,.'•1.   ComiiKjiieiny- lit' 11   post  being,the 'north'
west corner (if 01areiice,.B.Frathor's claim and
''sVtiljoii'iiijjf; ilicJ: obitii:etisL corner. ol" Sarah A.
., b'oss; claim, thence soutii,8(1 olinins. thenee'east,
.iSO.chains, thenee iinrtli.so .chains. -thence .west
SO chains "to tho place, "ofc bV'-ri hiii 11U":; !>t'in t ii in i n^r
-.; tilO acres.' ;.'•'■ 7, :"-:'".- .7 fU,„'■''/■. J-:  'p','K,,y-.■:■'.;■-; j-.: ■...
;,';;." 7    oLAKK^-qji.lS.-dniATII I'Kv'LoeatooV
.:::.;; 7 7,: :■'■■% -..::  . .r .'.'A.-Tiii,ci>6ii. akc.iu.-;-.: ;"
';' bated'Febv:iOlh;:iliil:l; '; ^}\:'7p"'^k'^^l''7:i>-^:'
'■,--.' :';r>.''- Coiiiiiicnoinp: al  a  post^'aboiii. iwei;iniles
7 east of: Charles .i;>eU;!rsbii\s;inithiI,,;p(isi:.bei 11^
:: tliejiiifiiit-jiiist of Mi ,S" Davis^eiidnb'and :iho
'south, ea st corner.' lb enee   north   Kt> 7 eliiiiiis.i
ihenco wc'sl so chain's; thence': spiitlr.Sfl chains.
-..: thence: east S11  cliahis .to  pliicc of boiriniiing-
ooiitiiininfrjnfi acres; ,77 ,•.-..<i:     ',   ,."■•■■;;'<:   '--:.
7,'.'.:,   : .;   7 .;;77.: . ;:.;.yi'. s/nAAfSvLocatoi-.
',- .7 : 7;,- 7"- 7':;: :;;:7 7',:;>; .-■ - , Ar.nacl;elt;.A'f;en!,
7 : Dntc(i:F(!b: lntii; iwit   :7 ■■^\~r,\-:!:i':<:v ■ '■
'.. O.j Goiiiiii.onciiiK-al a posl: lieinj.' Ihe 'north
■ east, cotjiei'.po'st of .lames" 11. KvanA; -clUim
and  adjacent to': I he south "past corner'of %\, S.
. .Davis, claiin.;thence.stitith. HO X'haiiis. Ihenco
;wost' SO 'cliains. ihonco ndrtli SO c'hiiiiis..Ihenco
etist 80 chifins 10 pia('c'of:i)cViiuiinu:,"epntaiiiing
;7,".;i7;:; '.. : ;;;:-TAMKS'fL,;Kv^VNs:Loeiitbi-.;
;;"■'■'-■'::7:i-'Vf.'';,;'.:7; ;-:'■":A:.Ttn'ckbti.;,A£-eni-:::
:;baicd,Keb. )o jiios..;;;-•':; <7.J',::}.;r;-';;:*fv:;: *-':>
J - T.:-.'Ciiii'iin'oi,ii!iii(r at a.i>i>At,v-'l)ciiiK.'-l.iic: ; soul hi
7W(pstfoi'iier pos.l'--oP■}?,.A.: If h^siu'scbii inland
'"ailjnce'iii.'"_.^•^»;':;.f^^:t•• /iiorlJ.i'Ojfi'st^.'b'i'iVo.rof,, jiiiii'fe*;'; !.'l7\
klOvan'siehiiiliV nioncO'iiorth'SO cbiiins^ ili'eiico-'
i con-
' tainiiiij t^O aiires.: 77,7--7 ■.■-■■■''■h:;:-"'-'iP'^'^.:"%-;'7
-.^,,7.-;,7v;.;.;;^ 77-i^"
7. yiVated, Foi.i.,i07„lii|«.7;» 7 -.' ■•■ -^yy.   ;, ::, ,7- {;j
we.^t'HOeluiins to phi.ee. of bcninuhi"; eontaini'ii«
inn acres. ,   , .   , '       ,     '.   ■
,' ;' ',;■    ..    ■ M. DOiVZAC, ■Locator. 7
A.  Hueltett. Ajrcnl. '
, Dated fob. i(i: ioo:i. .'..'"-,' ' ,', ';. .■ ,; 7
IT...; ('oiiiincneiiif,'at.11 post hein^ Ihe soulh-
easl corner post of .1.' II. Oleinnier's chiini :ind
adjacent lo ,the norlhwest corner of M. .Don-"
za.c's da I'm; tlio.'iia! north SO chains, theiiee west
80 chains, theiiee.souIh 80,' clniins. thciice'eiisf
80 chiiiiiS'lo place of bcKiiiiiini,'. eon lain in;,' 010
aci'cs'.a- :',7. ..'.''  ,'     ,   ,'■■... ;
..'.':"■.•■'.•■':'', .1. II. OLIC.MjMlCli. Docatiir.-
(i- 7 .;.-:'    i ''        :A. iln'ckctf.  A(.rent.
Dated Feb. 10., IliiW.' .77.7 '.'.;;
.IS. (.'oiinnoncinfc al a.post bein^ the soulh-
wc;st corner post of'-Cli'irles hofijuisfs claim,
and adjacent'to the soutiieusl.' corner of J.' II.-
Clemmer'i claim, tilencenorth So'chains,thence
casv 80 chains, ihence sqiilh 80' chiiins. tlicnce
west 80 chains to place of tieiflniilhif';'-"coiitiling"
iuffOtu acres.': ":'., . • '.. 1'. ;■"..      ;...,-'
•!:.,.',.'; L'HAKLii:s,:LoFQUiST. i.ocuror.^
,    A.   Hacketv. Agent.,
7.  ■Datecd Feb: 10. J90:t.   '" ,,
. III. ; Coiiimencins at a post ,hciiiK:.Uie south.
east coriier of S. Callalian^s claim, ainl adjacent to tin! iiortiiwest, corner of Oharles Lof-
ijuist's claim, thence north 80 chains, thence
west.:80 ehains.' thence south 80 ehitius, tlience
east Sii chains10 "place ofbefrinniihu'V cniilainiiiif
fil(i acres. ■■",';! ;:.'.: .;■'; ''..■' " ','-,- .'.-.. ■ ,"'■":'
.': ''.Sylvester Callaiian..Locator.'.''
■-."'; ■ '.-.■■■'. A., Maokett.fiiijfcnu ;
: Dated Feb. 10.  IWi.'l,     7'. '■'     ' :'
..•Mi. OoniiaeneiiiK al a post'' boliitr (lie soutli-
west coiner post iif John Miirtell's claim, ami
adjacent to the soiitlieasl corner «if S. Ca'lla-
liyns claim, liien'ce north 80 chains, theiiee east
80 ehiiins. thencesoiith 80 cli'u'iiisj 'theiiee,west
80ehains to place of, beitinnihg.' cf)nliiiniiii,'till>
■acres.-.. '' '7 }':s^^-i.'■'■■,'■ .';-:'7 '<-'. .,.':'■' ' -;S-;.' -.-.;"■
.!',.; :'C    -.. v..:,':   ''-7-.IOHN liART^?LT,.,Loi'at(ir.f
;;:,;:;.,; '■;.::. ■ :-' '.',- ..a.-..Hac'teu,7At,'eut;.::-
'.;-..';k Dated. Feb. .111.-- ii«>:i.-:; ■■?•*."-. -;7 -V ::; V;:.'"";
21.' ConiinenciiiK atii post being the initial
post of Mrs. .loinodJartelt'sclaiin-'iirid aboul; .2
eiaiiii, 1 heiice north ,80"chains-, tlience west SO
ehiiius7 thence sou lh 80 ciiains/ihence cas,t 80
eltaius to ,,pl:i'<;i!"';o'f,:-;i''ci;inninw,-cohtiiiniiiK'-IWO
jicres.; '•.•;7,,..'''".''.■;, ■'."■■J,' V-'-.' .•;'■..' ,.'7. .v.,,'" .' . ;'.'■',-■. ".':./.■:'■
:£Q7. fill's: JOHN'BA^tTKL'iy Loeiitor; •"■;"':
.'.'•7:777.. .■,..'.:■■..-...., -,■'■:■:■''■'. A'. HacUiitl /Ajieiiti •''
,:'7,l}aled:|.'eh.;10;IUI^.7;-;-'^ 7:;7';;'- 7 :,'^ii-7;
: '22. .Coinmericiu^ at it p"ost beintf l he sou til-
west corner; post of Lydia MeFarlane'K,elaini
a ml adjacen i to' the sout heast .corner'of Airs:
John: I'lii'tell'sTclaim-'.'.lijC'nf.'c north SO ehains,;
theiiee oaSt-iSil.'cli'i'iiiis, .-'thence, south So'.eliiiins.
thenee ; west'; 80  chains   to pluce'of ,t)et;inniiijj-.
,,-.(? |-   ■'-".  .   ." .'   ■     -     7
'east 80 chiii hS;,:-.,l'horic.e siiiitli ''80 chains';
".'west;8(1;,-' chai ns; to the. pI ace of I logiti 11 i iVfi
.',.'■;: 7 :s:*;CoiumpncinH"'!at 11 post.■ Ijp'oi 11 <r..- the  nbrtli-;
v\;est corndr post, of  Alex ,K. Austin's..-.ela-iin.
■;audin<ijae'eht liVthe soiithxyesl :'-'ciiri,i.ei'.'of'li,..':"A.-
,;;-.';';.;-';:-:Hu'(f({i 11's elaini; thence south  80 ehains; ilienco
., delist, 80,'cliaiiis. thence, north 80 chains; thence
west .80 c.htiins lb''pla'ce of bo.u'iniiinji. c'outainin)/
twii'aerbs..   '..:.,,:'*;; 7 ;;;;': ■,'   ■-.■.-■.'"■■
'■■■■'.•'''/■'.;'.''-  '■■-/    AtHX K;'ATJS'riN"L.bea.tpiC.'-.'    .'.'"
:"'".:'': .■'.''■  ' ■■■.. .AVltacheU.- AK-eii'l.     ".';
: ■ "■ Dated Feb. l0: r.iiw. ;  ,: ";,'.■' ''•'
"'•. .-. '.'.., CdiiiineiKiiiiK at'a post being Ihe- south'
.;.-..'. oast corner post of .Aaron Harris': clai 111. ad ja -'
..",..; cent tothe north-wp'st uornorpost of, Aixirew
;■■-. Haekcits cl Jin. Ihence north 8u chains, thence
' west SO chains.. Ihence■'south- 80 ehains.. Ihence,
'oust Efi,clin"Jiffi'to' place'olMiiitfijiniii";; coiitaininyJ
'•■ . ,tW0'acres..', -'y '■'   ■-.. '"-'.:-,■:■■ ■;'■*■ 'j
.'.'-.-.-.'.;  ' ., AAUON ItAKlilS Locator. 7, ...      .;
'■■"'■■..'..''  -.■'-. >  '" ' V A;, IliicketU,Ament. .
'■;; Datpd Feb. I0„ 100::. "      :   ,        ...:. ','■
.to. - Cdniiiieaciuft iit0n post two miles north of
.  ' Andrew Iliickelt's initial phstbeins tlie uort.h-
' ■ -, west (••orner post of Patrick , \\r; Dillon's claim:
,-,'  thenee soui.b  Slicbains adjiieent to the,northeast, corner,:of jAs'iron Harris' elaiiii, Ihence west
,80 chains, thence north 80 elinjlis,; i hence cast
,'8o;.ehains'to   place;.of'.liOfiiiiniiiK. .eonlnihin'j,'
' IMO a ores.    - ■.-"-■"'    '"'■  '■"-.'.' ■'   '■'■.'■'■'  '- ■ ' ,• ■■":'
....... j.^^.pj.jf.i^-^y D,rj-ON, l',ocalor. "'•'	
• •■'" 7   A.  lliKdcefl. Altenl, .:
.   . Datid Keb, III. lOoa.;..  -i'-    .,       .717"; .;■;.  .-,
11... C'<iiii meiiciiiK ala- posl belnii iho-so'iitli-
eii.st .corner post'of K. K.Ma son 's"elni 11.1 and ad-
jae.onl(1tn the northeasl .corner'of Patrick W.'
Dillons claim, thence north 8", chains. I hence
west 80 clia ins,'lichee south SO'chains, thence
'east 80 ehains'to place of bCKinniiif,'. cont.niniii).'
.: (HOaeres. - >'•'.',
■•> .  „-       K.,l?.. MASONT, Lociitor.   ■■
.-.'■- A. Hacked, Agent. .
'    :.      Dated Fob. 10. 100:1. ' ....
12. Coi.nmeiiHiiK'nf-.il post. .boliiK the south-'
west corner .post of '1'. O, Manii's claim and'iid-
, jticont to the.soiithea.st. corner of K. K. Mason's
idiilin„lliencc north 80 chains, tlience east.80
chidns. Ihence, south SO'clmius. Ilienei; west 811
chains to place-of. ;liet,'ianint,r. containiiiK- li|0
"res. " ,,' , '
t. .'!'.' O. MANX, Locator.
"  ■ ■ A. lliickcit, Agent.
:   Dated feb. lo. 100:1.
111. CoiTimcnciiiK at a post beiiiK- the southeast corner of Thomas L. Greenou^h's .claim
iiiid.iidjncont to the northeast corner of K.'l{.
Mason's claim. Ihence north 80 chains, Ihence
west fc'O chains, llii'iice south SO vlialns. tlleiiee
east eighty chains to pluee of beyinniii).'. eoiir
1   lainiiiKiOIOiicrcs. ..       ■
■        , THOMAS L. Oli.KHN'OU.O II, Locator.
'',',.'        , A. HiicUeft. Afieni.
billet! Kel).' it*.-
. II OoinnieiiciiiK-af a post lieinw'lhe southwest
corner -post of.Thomas K. Ilric.l;ell's claim and
adjacent '10 the. .southeast corner of Thomas I..
(IreenouKli's claim, thenee norlh SI) chains
tlience east so ehains. thence sonlh sn chains,
tlience west' so chains to place of bcyinnint.
coiilaliilnjtiHii ncres.
' TMOm'aS I''..  IIHIOIi'MI'lhi,, Locator.
A.  Ilaekctf. A«<• 111.
Hated  Feb.   III.  lima.
I.').l. f.'oillia'.licill!,'al a post llcilij;' the lioilll
easl'corner pd.st of Minnie M. Miller's clal'iii
thence soil I li 80 chains 1.0 the snuilioasi. cornel
atljiiceiil 10 the norfhwcsl corner of K'.l.l. l,o-
l.'iin's elaini. 1 hence wesl so cluiiiisJ'thiMU-c
norlh so ehaliis. Ihence eiisfsu chains lo place
of liei'iiinin"; ••■.liinInitio;
MI.VN'II-.: M     MlU.KIi. Locator.
A.'llncltotl.   AkciiI.
Hated   I'VI). 10. isiiW;
10.   i.'ouiuieuclii!.'at a'post' lieinj 'he  iiortiiwest corner posl, of M. ■ Donznc's claim, and adjacent to tho northeast  corner   of  Minnie   M..
Miller's claim, thence south So chains,   thence
'«ast SO chains,  thence north 80 chains, thence
- :.--'--1- -tl?.-   >,-.-.  ~       ....   .	
;;■'..     ■'.■; :, .. ; :r .   t'i.vdia jUcFarlane, Locator   .','
';;■'"''-'".. :'     A; HacketL, 'Affciil. ,,7
■■'■■ Dalcil-Kebi-'lo laoa. .'';■ .Vv'-",' '" 7 ' ' 'J~-: ■' '-7
2:t. ComiiicnciiiK tit it post behu,' 'tlie north-,
west corner post of Ida M.Whii.sou's elaini and'
"adjacent t(i the,;sonlhw«'sl corner oVL'.v'<iia..M.c-.
Fiirlane's claii'n;1 ihence .south So'chai ns„:tlieiice
ea'sisa eha iiis, thence., uoflhr, 80'chains, tlic'nce
W'esi; so.chains'toplaee oClieginniiii; eontnininy;
o-iii'siures.""-•.-"'--''.''..-.t   ''• .-■'-"-"-■ ., .- r-y::-   ,"■,.
'':.'.'■--"■■'■- , 1DA,W;.AVHITS0N', Locator::
■.--.'•■ '- -■(.': -.; ■'■" '■'■ "■- •• ■■.: •■'■'-; --C'-A^'Haekett. Agent;'. ?
, ;;  Dateil.Feb.' 10 iiiik.   -,.-.-.■•       ;";       '■■'■■■■>'% ',;-
*\ 2-1. Coniiiieneiiif,' at itposi "licTinjj the: iftirtii-'
east coruc,',' postol'M. I's-jesier's chiiiiL'iind iid-
jttceiil7to the'iiortiiwest corner, of Ida M". /W'hit-
Soii'seliiim;.thence^ south eighty chains.: thence
\yest, eighty chains, tlietice iiortii eig!ifyji()iains
Lheiie.e'just eiglity chiiiiisvio plm-eof beginning
contaiiiiuK Olti acres. :;''B-" ,;-'- ,,,:"- '■:.■''.'• •'"■-'•'■'y-'■■■:-c
Va.7- ';;;;.';:*: :'v;jr;;rsiiKSTEiL^,.i:.ocato'r.:''-^
and adjaeeiit lo   I he .soiiiheiisf (.•onii;r ,i"i
•I.   h.",  \y\ :Tlioiapsoii,'s   eliiini,.   thence,   1101:1.'.'
et|4'hly chains, tlience east <.i(.dity chains.- I 'hence
soiilli eijilitj- cbaiiis. tbeiico.iv'<,"it, eighty chains
to the place of betriiin.ing. coiifainitif; iljii acres.
"liKtlWII': P. KOBlCK'rS.'Localdj;. ,
■-,' ..'■'.,- A, llackett. Agent.  . V   .'
Hated Feb..Id. IIMNI.* ..'
.'IS. rooiiinieiK-iiiK at a posl beiiitt' the norl.hr
west" corner post" of JfOberuJ'arr's claim and
adjacent'to'thc southwest Coriier of tieorf-'e, P.
li'oherts' chiiiii.-llietice.'south eighty (•liains.
tlience eastcit'lit^ciiains. thence north eighty
clniins, i.heacc west eighty chains to place of
bef.dnniiiK, coptiiinin^Mltll acres. 7 . - .' '■ "l
,...'-,-", ''.•■-,-   KOIJ'KUT HAKJ;, t.dcator'.'   .
::,•■''"■■'■ -;i      ;7  .  , ."'j\, ihickelt^A^cnt..'.
.'.■J,ialx.«.l-l>'eli.-lii, imw.",'   ■;■'■-,■■•■ ■•    ■;    -,„ ■'-,   ;■.'.;■
,'W. ;,OoniiiH'ncin}.< at a jibst beiiiti the'north-
ea»t corner post,of Isaac Crawford's eliilm. loid-
iidjaccnt ro the ]iorth'we>'i  corner .of, j^oberf
Harr's; elaini..,: thence   south   eiyhty .(■baiiisV
tlicace west eighty chains: thence norlh 7eii?luy
} chains::'tlieiicc east eighty chains to; place .of
ljctriiinin^. coiiiaininn-oio acres.   ' -.    .:<:
.    r,       .,.;..  ISAAC CKAWFOKD.'Locator.
'.."■-..■   ..':'.:•■'    . "•■•      '* A. Haelceit,''A}.'eni.    ,
.'Dated Feb. in. ilio;i.' x 77.t: :   .:■; ■■>
3t hCoiiiriiencihgat ii post, being, the liorlli-
ivest eoi-ner post of JOmma '.). Sl<!ne>7elai.m;'and
adjacent to I he. soiuhtyesi.conier of .lo.hn. Anderson's claim, thence, south'- eighty;' chains;
thenee east eiffhty chains, thence', north eighty
clniins. - tlience,, west- eighty chaiiis, to place of,
beginning, containing tl-lli acres. „■ ;'
: .7. , 7 1-MMA .1. STONK.  Ldcator.7
■ '•''■ A, Haekett. Agent." -
-; Dated, Feb. 10. IfilW. 7. 0 ,,.    -; !; .'•■;
, .'IS; "Comniencingat ii post beitig'lhe hor.th-
east, corner po'l of'.Albert SickafoosO's claim
and adjacent lotlie northwest corner of Emma
.1. Stone's claim, thenee. south eighty chains,
thence west eighty chains, thenee norlh eighly
cha.iiis, .tlieneiccixst,eighty chains to Hie' place
of9beginning. containiiiK IH0 acres. ,f.,\ "'. '1,'
■-, 7 '■'•■• 'Al-I!ICHT.SlCKAFOOSlO,:L(.icat<,)r.:..
' '..  ■'■;;      .'■'.(...-■'■ A. llackcft,,'Agent.. '•'■'
:■;. Dated Feb.' lO.MPua.;   ■,77   . ..;':;''.-,.'..... ft..'','.. .
.:¥.).   Ooiiinieiiciiig at ii   posl  being:(he south
-west.cornei;  post   of: l.^II.'-I'rather's' elaiiii:;
chains to' the' north west corner oi Albert Sicka-
\ ..   ,  . ■ Q ■• , ■■
I'oose's: elaini,   thence -south  eighty, chai 11s.
thence wesreiglity chains to '-pliicc of beginning
containing lito acres.:" ; ..'   : '.'■'■•'-.■   '.^i ■'•■■■■ ■'-.:■. '"'
';;i-7   ,   ,,'r-; ;' «;L ■'».• PKATHKK: Locator. ..-
■•■-.-;.:,■   •;.'.'.~,v''!"-.. -,.- A. Haekett;'Agent; .7. .
.Dated Feb. id'.'.ismi:!:•■•■ ■■".■.:'•■•".;-■.- -■ ■•'■' ■      ,.: :
7i,-lli :.;■, Coininenciiig at a posl, .being 'life - northwest curlier posyofAmii I- Sf Pra titer's-clnim'
and iidja'ceTit iivtlie'southwe'st; corner of^I.' Ii.'
Pratlier's claiiiiV'rthehcii south   eighty ''chains.
: thonce cast eighty chains, theiice iioi'-lh veiglit..v..
cliaiiis-.:tlieiice''tves:t eighty: chai 11s./'to ;r|ilao'e of
'beginnitig, containing OKI acres.:.' ■'■ ■  .',, ., ■'.:: ■■■.
',   ■.:';:'/'■",.. ■:,:■'■-'ANNUS,.S:tPKAT|-iBK; Locator.:.
- J,:l,,°':7;7:77;..:-7 7777' .±:.;A. liackelt.'Agent, ■
Da I eel Feb  III. lOOy.   ■';;'';.■'» ■;",:..-. .. u...'-.  ....   7 7
.41. Conimenci.ng,. at a post boing.the.riorth-
east cornet- posl of Hal./ie L.,;Smiflis claim: and'
adjiieent to Ihe'iiorth wesl corner'of Annie S..
^Pratlier's .claim, ".thenee sou Hi eighty chains;'
theiiee west eighty chains', tlience';north eighty
ehaitis; Ulience. east: eigli'ty ehiiins. to place ol'-|
beginiiiiig/t'oiitniningOlO iicres;' - '..; .y- ;'•»;,|
>.:.-.'„•.„. ;.•':,    IIATTXK L. SMITH: Locator.
-'-'.:.-..:,... ;oo.-...7.';*:7 A. Haekett,, Agent; 77
Dated Feb; 10, lOOa.;''.      :
t of.[ and adjacen I to Uio.iioi th 'i.-;i'>i corner • if Kllen
i.'arlsoiis cliiiin. theiiee north so chains.' ihence
west He chains., tiienec south 80,..cha|ii.s. theiiee
cmsI'SO elm ins to piaee ofbegi lining, containing
OJOiicres.        KD'WA J:.D. 'c'OI?I\KKV. Locator
Diit|-il.i''eh.''|0tli ■■'-'■ ..\. Hnckett.,Agent
. SI. Connileiii;,ing nt ;i post being I lie .south
wiist eonicr post of D. V. 'j\lprriso.n:s: claim
and-adjacent 10 the southeast, coiner of Kd-.
ward Corker.Vs claim, tlience. norlh, 80 chains
thence east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains
thences-wesl':S0 chains to place of .beginning
containing litd acres ; :'.'
.: : :' V- ;, .'-.l)..-y. MOKIMSOX,'■Locator
Dated't'eb.' io'th :' 7.;' _ A.Haclcetl, Ageiit' '
,. m' G0111 incucing. at a I'l'iisi'-'being, the iiorili
west coi'iiei-, post;-of <.li..(M-ge ' Ii Taylors■-cliiiin'
theiiee south eighty chains to .the 'iiortiiwest
cortier of ' p'V Morrisons, elaini, 'thence east
eighty chains, Ihence north eighty..clniins.
theneo.wesi eighty cha'insJVi phic:c:M.beginning.
eotitalningiilO acres. 7 "'.-"'    : "''' '-' •'■'''
'.. ;...;-:'7 V.'ClKOJKll-i'.b'.TAVLOlt. Locator...
... Dated Feb: loth';        "    .'_ A Haekett, Agent
pi; Coiiiuieiicing at, a posl v.being Ihe north
easl corner po'si of William L Mack;s.claimand,
'adjaeeiit. to the northwesRcorner o'f George 15
Taylor's chiini, Mience" south eighty, ehains.
tlience ive.st eighty chains, thenee,north eighty'
chaihs, tlieiiec east eighty .chains':k 1 place of.
.beginning, containing' (540 acres -",7    ,:
''',',' WILLTAM L WACIC,'Locator. 7
,'■   Dated, Feb.'int'h,       ',.; A Haekett, Agenf, ,
- Wi.. C'dinniencing at" a ■ post  iieing tlie south
.west coi-iiei- pdst'of"(.:ust 11 Kcdley's'chiim 'iiiul,
acljaeeiitto the noriht'iist corner of: William   L
Maidi's  'claim,    thence   north  eighty  chains:
theiiee east eighty^ chains; thence south., eiglily
chains.'thenee west eighty chain's ,IOj place of
.beginning, com Hini tig tl-10 acres'       ; .;;;''■'■'
■■'H'?': : "■:!■:'•■■':'«.''b,ST. It; KEliLl'V, Locator •„
,  nil ted Fei/. idth    '.'■-,   :'A Haekett.: Agent'
'■.'.'SS.   Coiiinieucihgal  a  piisi 'being', the south
east coriier post of Thomas n..-TolIo'fseirs.claim
andiuljiicent id the spiftli west i.'Oriier of Giisl
H Kelley's claim, thence, north ooighty  ehiiins
iliieue!^v.estiejglit>w;ha i nW^llietK^wiith^ightyn
eighty chains to; place of
ehiiins.- thence' east
beginning/containing 040 ueres "■-'::—7
:■''■' ,'.,-.' ;    THOMAS il'TOLHEFSKNrr^cator
■ baled'Feb; i'tJOOH ;',;. .A; Haekett, Agent:':
chains, ,I heiice cast, eighty chains  to place ol
beginning, eoiiiainingiito.-K-i-'es ,;'       '
SAMUKI' IC. (IHUl'N'. ,Locator
Dill nil Feb. is. ilio.-i  ■■., a. Haekett. Agent
II t'omiiiencing at a post .being the north
.west corner post of M. E. li'tisseli-'s- elaini. and
adjacent to the northeast coiner of Daisy Anderson',* , claim, thence's'tiuth eighty chains
thence east eighty.chains, thence north'eighty
chains, thence west eighty ehains'to place, of
beginning. conUjining 010 acres.
';'   '',.. ■'••■', _M..'K.IiUSSkLL. Locator   .
".'Dated Feb. 18,'iiiiK;.   . A. Haekett. Agent!-; .'.r_
15. .;CQhnnen'ciiig at it ],io'st heiiig ihe,
southwest^, corn or-' Ijosi? oj' ■ Anii'ti1,-. C.
Oarr's claim' and adjiice'iit.to'i.he south'
ea,si.' corner "of, -lohi). '(.)'Neiirs claim,
thence lidi-l.J)'SO ehiiins.'theiiee.:'east ,80
chains, thehec-.som.h,.Sit chains," theiiee
west.. Si), chains .to, place.of lVeginning-,
containing fi4() ai-i-es..'
'■;'",;-, , ■" '     - .Anna (': C'.'trr. Localiir.
:""'^v;■'';:•:. '.' ;^\. Haclcort. Agenfi'
;   Dated |i"el». '18..,l!in:L.■■- .   '  ,'■. '■..'"'
: ,'lfi j tVommencing at.'apost hciiig t,lie
northwest corner posF<)(:Ty V.; Reed's
claim and :adjacent' to; the southwest,
corner of Anna {'J':- '< 'arr,;s, ' elaini.
thence south"SO chains, tlience 'cast SO
ehiiins;:l.heiice,.north'SO ehiiins. theiiee
west ..SO. cluiin's io pltice of heginjiing
coiitftining (i-lOiicresi
ii; ; r ',..'■ ,   T. V. 1-teed. Locator^   '
..-.'•■.„ , '.,.' '.''■'•:.!..- ■;, '■■:•■'A'.. ITaclcctf. Agent.
".'; - 7);ited, l-'eb"'"]K,'; 1 i)0:i. ■, 7,:;;'; " ' V. ■:,
' ■-. 17."■■'■; Gonimciiciiig ,-it a'|i6st.hciiig the'
northwest corner post of AV ill itun .M al-
unhint's chiini. and ad,iaei.:nt i:o,the north
east  eprhfetv.of'-Tv' Ar.   Reed's': 'claim.
'■"7",,-:,.   . ';7::.';v"A..'.Hac.i;ett.7,:AgeiLf.7'
pilled. Feb.; IDrlSlffil.;,,::-/'.-';;'': ■  .•;..   ;:,.;, S';
.;.'■ 2^;7Comiiienciiig::ii :i pOst :being;fiio-.'.iiiitiiil
.post oi" Chiii bei- iCaufniiiii'scliiYiiLiaiipiil,^ iniles'
soiilh pf'i lie initial postiif Ali-s,' ■ilohniiiiirteli's
clitiiiiv.'tliyncejiortli eighty ciiaiii.s,;:.theiice':wesf.
cast .eighty chains '.10 ;^place, ol'liegiiinii'igcoii-
tnining 0-llSacrcs. ,iv7,::7";.7".' ■, .,,, j.-:';.;-..,., ;■. -
'„. ^-'^OLAIHliELlyAUFjvrAN; Lot'iilor; 7,
-;,: ■■:■:■:.; 7-7...■-:. -.'.'.  ',7. Ai- H:icltcil,;;Agenf,7* ;.
;; ;Da,tud Feb. 10.if««.777'.■,;.;,... „.-,-■ ;,;.';■:
.20.-; Cpiniii.onciiigiit ii post .being: thu. soiitli-
-wesl corner of R. L.:Mil!er's claim andadjacetit
10 tlie'southea.st corner of Olnribel'lCatifmiiii's
elaini. thence i'iorth eighty, chai us., fheiic'e^east
eighty 7chaius,' theiiee.' soulh eighty chains;
thence west eiglily chains to phiee of beginning'
eoiiiainingiHO acres. 7; ;
■;■''   „c    I!.; L. MILLER. Localor.  -.,,'
'.'. A.'Haekett. AgenL
■;::'.'Dated .Feli.'lO. ISO:!.;,-.. ,.,•-■'■; ';''■<>
' '2r. Ooinnicneiagal a posl being fhe.norlh-
vvesl (Corner post of R. A, Hutchinson's elaini.
iinti adjiiceiu.'to the 'southwest corner of R. L.
Miller's"eliiim'.' Ihence south eighty chains,
thence cast eighty chains,, thenee north eighty
ehains, thenee west eighty,rohnius to; place of
beginning containing 610 acres., ' . -
,  ■ ■   ■ :        - .R. A. HUTCHINSON, Locator.  '■••■
'            -      '"    A;  llackett. Agent.
Dated l.'Vh: 10 lilltt.' ,7.      ,.';-. ,.'•'.
28: Cpniiiioneing ala posl, being, the, northeast coriier post, of j.,'.M. Johnson's claim;"anil
lidjaeent to thonorthwcstcornerof K. A. Hutch
inson'seltiiijiIhencosotilh eighty ehains thenee
.west eightychtiihs. tlience north eighty chains
thence east eighiy:eliains to pliicc of beginning:
containing010acres.,        <     ■■■..■.-.■■'•;-.- '   7,
.1. '■»'. JOHNSON,  Locator. '.'.'■
A. Hackettv Agent.
Da led Feb. 10 IllfW.; ' ' -. ■-.
2!'. . Ooinniencing at ii post being tlie initial
post ol" IP.  P. Smith's elaini, about two miles
south of the initial post of Claribel Kaufman's
elaini. ,   thenee     north     eighty     chains,  .to'.
the soullieant corner of.T. M. Johnson's eiaini.
Ihence west eighty chains. Ihence south eighty
chains, thenee east eighty ehiiins  to place id'
beginning, contiiiiiing (ito acres.
'     '     ; -    F. P. SMITH. Locator.'  '.-
,.:■■'-. A. Iliteketl. Agent.
.-...'   Dated' Fob. 10 I Win."
So. Ooiiinienciiigat a post being ihe soulh-
west corner posl of N. Davis''claim, and adjacent to the southeast corner of D. F.Suii Ill's
claim, tlience north eighty ehains, tlience east
eighty chains, thenee south eighty chains,
thence west eighty chains id pl;iocof beginning
containing 010 acres. 7      '
N.  DAVIS. Locator.   -
A. Haekett. Agent.
Datod  Peb. 10 100X     c-
HI. Commencing at a post being the north
west corner post of lien F.CpJIings' claim and
adjacent to the southwest corner,, of N. Davis'
claim, ihence south eiglily chains, thence east
elghLy chains, thenee north eighty chains',
thence west eighty chains 1.0. place of beginoing
Coui.iiining 010 acres. ,     "   .
'   . HIOiV F. OOLLINC1K.   Locator.
.   A ■ Ilaeketl.. Agent
Iniled I'Vli. 10. I00.-1. <"..,.'■
:'.2. Ooinmenciiig al a post being the northeast corner posl of .lames Marshall's claim and
lidjaeent to 'Ihe northwest corner of Hen■ F.
Copings claim, tlience north eiglily chains,
tlience west' eighty chain's, theiiee sonlh eighty
chains, theiiee east eighty ehains lo place of
beginning, containing 010 acres.
.1 AMI'S MARSHALL.   Locator.
A. Haekett. Agent.
Dated F«l'   10, IIKSt.    - ,'
:ia. (.'oiiiiiiencliigal, a post being the initial
post of . I. E. W. Thompson's -claim, about two
iniics siiiitli of flic initial posl of !•'. p'. Smith's
claim. Ihence north eighty chains lo (lie south
easl, corner of .lames Marshall's claim. Ihence
west eiglily chains, tlience sonlh eiglily' ehains
tiienec east, eiglily chains to place of beginning,
containing 010 acres. '
"J. E. W. THOMPSON, Localor.
A.  llackett. Agent.
Dated Feb. 10, icon."   .
ill.   Commencing at a post  being  the soulb-
wast coru«r p»st of Uvorgc P.  llobirts  claim.
Ly2>^(..'ommeiicing at ajidst. being t'hesouth-
.oust corner,='posy of ,1'anies II.'Sinitli's'claim
aiid adjacent to.the.north cast corner,of, Itattie
H. Sinith's chiini tileiiceViiorlh..eighty chains,
tlibn.ee.west eighty chain's,;thence south eigliiy
cha iiis," thehcei'oast: eighty'ehiiins '. to "diiaeei)!',,
beginning, continuing 010 nerCsS 7 7,'v~'7 77
■:■■■■,,: :;:".;7V ' .lAMES.'H: SMI'l'H. .Locator::'"
'..-■• -■'.-.• "„;•"■'■; ■77~-7':<:- -, 7 A;: Itaeketl. '-Agcniir '■' ;-
p.7'Diaed:Feb..l0;i0n3i;..-,7777: ,;.7f.. 77  .■.,;;:,.7 .-...... •.
-:;:,4:!.,;'Cotriincncing at ii: postbciiig the iiortii-;
eiist corner, post o.L.I olin H eh iibsjsoy's ela im ii nil":
a:djac.eiit.:',ici ihe npi-thwest c.oiaierj.of. 'Miivipn;
PowelJ's ,'chii 111,. ,ihen cesspit thv,;eighty-;: chains'
ili'o'ncewe'si eigiit.y.<di:i.iii.s..theiiee north eiglily:
chaiiis,-';!l)e.hcb;:east- liijjliijy.fchiiins tppiacejof,
7/Z^-S7y ^:.ibHN.;iIJi:NNESSKVi.L()catpr.fcv:
7':.:'.;;,; ;,;■" ,;;,--,';t;vA-.'.:.Hii'cliu'tt."Agcni'.'--.
; -H. X'oinmencingata post/being'the sonlh
east corner post of,'Jiiiiics,' .11.  Piather's' elaini
and .'.adjacenttothe sou tli'wesl. coin e'r.'of.AV'.'.jA."'.'
Hiiekelt's ciainii.tlit.Mice.iibrtlceighty ciiiiiiis
theni'O west eighty ehains, thence,south eighty
chaitis. (lience east.'cigiity chains'  10 place of
beginning containing li-in acres.        '"<■■ .    1   "
,:,•'■ b JAMES, H.  l.'KATfnOh'.Locator'.:.
"...  A, Haekett: Agent.      ':
Da.tefbEeb.,10, I0r«.    ;:';t :      •'..:.'■.,'. '".".,':.'.-
•I.').    Coiiiiiieneing iiti'a post  being thenorth
west' corner-post of  Charlie Carlson's   claim
thenee.oast eighty 'chains to tlie nOrtllwcsl cornerof Jolni  HenneSsey's iClaiiu., ihenco south
eighty chains, thenee west eighty chains thence
iiiorth eighty chains to place of  beginning, con^
taining.(140 acres. "■'-.    .   •'"       ■ ;.
A. Hackett.Agent...
'•..Dated Feb. 10. IIKW:     .«,      ■■;•,'„' ;
,-; -it!. Cotnnieucing.ut- a post.lieing tlie'aorth
cast corner post.o'f Gust Carlson's claim.7 and
lidjaeent In the 'north west corner of Charlie
CiiiisonV claim,'.tlience west .eighty ehiiins'.
thenee,:south eiglily chains; thence easl eighty
chains,:lhcnee norlh ; eighty chains topliico of
beginning, containing' 040 acres-."- ;;
-y'77 :'■':',„:,;;;■,'     GUST.CARLSON, Locator. :'
■....'.„■..'-'-.''■. A. liaeliett. Agent.
-.   Dated Poll. 10: IflOit. .  _ ,.'.;■■;   ■;'. ■;'; ' ;
47. Coiiiiiieneing at a post being the 'spilth
'east corner post of Alary Hennesseyls claim and
adjacent to the northeast corner of Gust Carlson's cbiitn. thence north,eighty clniins, thence
west eighty chains, thence south eighty chains
thenee.casfeighty:ehaiiis:to place of beginning
containing (140 acres. • '
:.    .. ''•„'" MARV'HENNIOSSEV.. Locator.
'i.A. HACK-ETT. Agent,
,, Dated Feh.'lfVIOOil.   ,,,.., .
■IS. Coninieuciiigat a post,.being tlie southwest coriier. .post' of Margaret ' Hennessey's
cliiiin and adjacent to tlie south least corner of
Mary Hennessey's claim,; theiiee . north ■ eighty
chains, thence east eighty chains, Ihence .south
eighty clniins,: thence west eighty chains lo
place of beginning, containing 040 acres. .
Daled Feb. 10. lOiH      '     A. liaeketl, Agent
■III. C'oiniueaeingata posl being the south
wesl corner post of Michael McAneiney'sclai 111
and adjacent to the northwest corner post of
Margaret Hennessey's claim, thence, norlh
eighty chains, tlience' east, eighty chains,
thenee soiiLli eighty chains, thence west eighty
ehains'to phiee of beginning, continuing ii-10
acres.,.' MICHAEL McANERNEY. Levator
Dated, l"eb..|0tii .   A. Ilaeketl. Agent
50. Cpnii11enciug.nl a post 'being the sontl)
easl corner post.of H. .1. I'liliey's chiini acd ml-
jacenl to the south west.corner of Miehnel Me-
Anerne.y's cinim. thenee! norlh eighty chains
Ihence wesl eighty chains, thence soiith eighty
chains,'' Ihence cast, eiglily chains lo place of
beginning. coiiiiiininK.dlo acres.
R. .1. l:'AII|.:y. Locator.
Daled Feb. 101 b A. l!nck'olt. Agent
fil. (,,'criniiieiiciiig at, a post being the northwest corner of Lewisflapp's elaini. Ihence
south eighty chains. Iheiicc east eighty chains
lo the southwest collier, of Mary Hennessey's
claim, Ibeiice north eighty chains, thence wesl
eiglily chains to place, of beginning, einitallilng
OKI acres LEWIS OI..A PI'. Loca tor.
I ill ted'Feb; iillh A. Hilekctl. Agenl
S2.   (.Ii.iiiimeneiiigiit.il   post  being Ihe
•ast. corner posl id' Ellen Carlson's  elaln
• :   and
adjacent to Hie noi-lli' west, corner of Lewis
('Lapp's chiini, tlieucu smilli eighty chains
Ihence wesl eiflity ehiiins. tlience norlh eiglily
chains. Ihence ('■list eiglily chains to phc-e nt
beginning, cniiliiiiiiiig Kin acre*
|.;LL|.;NCARLSON. Locator
I Dated Feb. lot li A. Haekett. Ageiit.
.Ml.. .Commencing  at.   a   post being the sooth
east corner post of lidward  Corktiy's claim
N(H.ice:ishereby giviiii. .tl.ia't thirty days after,
date, we the undersigned,  iufenit, to,, apply to
tiie   Assistant'; Commissioner 0of .Lands  nnd
.Works, fpr'the;l>is/rici ofjEast^Kootonuy. and
''tlie;Chief Cbmaiissipiier of -Liiiid's aiid,; Works
for licenses fo-'jirosi-ioct for coiil. on the following described hindssituate: south  of the. F\n I-'
jieud Ki V(U-, nea r I jiePiiicliei'C'reek■ Trail "and
easl of.the east bouhiliiry line of the:Canadian
Pacific-Pail way grant in the'south eiistoportibn
of FiistJCoo'tbiiiiy District; lii-itisb Coiiuiibia.:
: , I jComnienciiig iit.a.post being the.iiofthwest
eorner'posl ;)l' Ii. .1:'. Andersoii's;;ela iiii,,jind lidjaeent, to I he uoi'theaiil. corner of May ICtiglish's
eiaim^tlieiii.e sotiUveighty chains^ tlieitce;,eiist
eighty :cliailis,   thence,'north   eighty'' chains.'
tlience iyest'eigliiy clniins to: pin.ee d/licgiiiniiig
containing0|0:iiei:es.;;:   7 V".>."." ,7 '   ;.;'■"■':.      ' ;'  ,
;.,;:'',:::  ; :  , :^.D^I^ANDEKS/W, Lpiador,
,-•. Dated Feb. IS. filtK.;:.', ,7 A, Haekotl^Ageiit  ;'; "■
"2   (,'oniineuciag a,l„a post being:tlie..sijntbeast
corherpost of .Regina  Ciirl'soii's clainii'thence.
north eigliiy .clia his, ^thence west .eighty chains;
io  the..northeast, corner "or ;D. I-V. 'AndersoiPs
eliiiiii..tlH:nee;souih,eighty chaiiis,' thencc-Jenst
ei.ghtyk'diams l.i)jiliice pr beginniiig, coiuainiiig
li-lOaeresi^r'^liEaTNA; gAitLS,pN''..fiociitor.'
-;f Da ted'Feb IS,;" ; q;,'. ■',; vV.,:Ilaekett7 Agent ;:7'
'ijii- 'ComniL'ncingiit a postbeing the south west-
1 tp';the ;soiifheiisi  coriier.'; of,.;Reginil; (.iurl.spii's
eiaiiii. 1 lience north;eiglity cliaiiis.'.ihenee'.eiist
Eighty",.chains;   theiiee;sotilh-eiglily- chains
Uieiiiaitwesl, eighty ciiiiiiis toplacedf-begiiinnig
'cpiitajhing'iHOjtcres r'llVA:'CARLSON; I'ibciilor
" Dated J''4h:,lS^I!io:l"'■■','^ .A Hiickett. Agciil,.':;«;
;''■ 4 "Coiinnoiieiiig al'a postlVeiiig tho'noi-Uiwest
eorner'posl pi j F Donhelly's'claim ;aiKl' ndjiir
iain It dl he -soul h west: corn or ■ • of..- Ida, Ca ijsdn 's
claihr. iheiicc south eightychains,   thence .east.
'eigbty;,;cliains.   tlience   iiorih',-.eighty   eha ins.
I Ihence west eighty chains trt'place (if beginning':
coii/ainingOio acres  '  '; .;';,.''....■ ,!
.;.   '■:   .<:7;;,:7;: „     j E IJONNKLLV Lo'raior
-7 Dated Feb IS. 1001        :, A. llackett:;Vgciit .
■ 'Ti Coinmenciiig iit it postbeiiig ihe northeast
corner post of Patrick Hennessey's elaini and
adjacent to the-norlliu'estcorner of .1 F Donnelly's ela iiu.'...Ihence, soil th eighty; ehains
thenee. west eigdHy chains, thence north eighty
chains, .theiiee etist eighty: chains to place of
beginning, contiiining 010 acres'
', ■'".. PA'rhtOrC TIENNKSSeS.-. Locator'-'
, ; ,7; ,. A Hiickett: AgCnt
0 Commencing,a,ta post Ijeing'Hie.northeast
corner post'of T \\raIdo"MurpIiy's claimahd adjacent to tlio.soiitheast coriier, of Charles Austin's claini.tlience south eighty chaiiis. thence
west eighty chains; thence north' eighty chains
ihence east eighty chains to place, of beginning
containing 040 mire's      .::,::- 7   ' :■'';'':"'.,'
' A ITackett.Agent ■ ",
;' Gbiniiiehciiig iit a posi being the northwest
corner post of C Lewis' claim and adjacent to
tlie iiortheast-cbrnet- of, T Waldo ,Murpliy's
eliiim. thenee south eighty ehains. theiiee cast
eighty chains. . theiiee north: eiphty -chains
■thence west eighty chains to place of beginning
containing(iloiicres C'LEVVIS. Locator ■•'■
'■ ,. A Haekett. Agent
;s Coiiinieiicing at ,-i post being the south-west,
corner posi of George Turner's elaini and adjacent to Ihe .soulheast^corncr of-Charles S
Olute's , ('laiui,', tiienee, north, eighty chains
thenee east eighty chains, theiiee south eighty
chains: thence west eighty .chains to place of
beginning, containing 040 ueres        "'.."'.
A Haekett.'Agent
!l   Coininciieing at a post being the northwest
corner posuof L II Pruihor's  elaini  and adjn-
cen't 10 the soulhwesiCorner of George Turner's claim, thenee south eighty chains,  thence
east eighty chains, tlience north eighty  chain5'
Ihence west, eighty ehains to place Of beginning,
containing 010 acres      L II I'RATHER Lociilor
,   . -...,■.-.,.   A Ilaeketl. Ageiit   .
10 Commencing al a posl being the southeast
corner post (0' Edward Giaibb's claim, thenee
north eiglily ehains. thence west eighty chains
40 ihe ' iiorthuest corner '(f George ' Turner's
claim, thence sciiilli'iiightychains. Ihence easl
eighty chains 10 place of .beginning, containing
ron acres. ' EDWARD ORI'IIIS.  Locator.'-.■
. .    ■     . A llaekelf. Agent
II Ooiuineni-i'ng nt..- 1, post being the sonlh
wesl cornel-, post of Allien Heck's ela im and
adjacent to Hie sonlhoasl corner of Edward
(irnbb's I't'iiin. Iheiicc 'uo'rlli eighty chiiius'
l.h'eneec.asl eighty chains. I|ic|iec south citihty
cliabis. (hence west.'eighty chains to place of
huginiiitiu. (.(inlaining Old acres.
ALIlEU.'r lll'-CK". Lociitoi' A. Haeltctl.Au-eni
. 12 Commencing at a post, being Ihc.uortli
west .corn or posl... I' Thomas Foster's ela'iiii'aml
.adjaeeiit   to  the  southwest corner   of   .MIi'imI I
lleek's   claim,   thence    south     eighty '-chains
'(hem ast ejehtychains, thenee  norlh  eighty
clniins. Ihence wesl ciVliiy  Chains   lo   place  of
bee/nniin.:. coal a ining OKI acres-
'    '        THOMAS  POSTER. Locator
I': A llaekclt. Agenl
chittns.thence.n()i'th.:807 clniins,: tlience
east SO ;chuins, to" p'l!ic'er.(.ir,l.iyj'H'i'iini'n''r'
'coiit.iiinili.o',(i-l() itoiics. ^v,.;;,.:,,;' 7;..,;;. ,;1:,,
:,;.. ■' 7.7.;.;  William ;MtU;ijii";ml,.; Locatoi-
'..-:.-.' .-,..-:!-°,..':;.-:. ..,-.'.:".,A. Haekett. Ao-entv;.
;;,Dated Peb.''l8; HKW.   ■■;■' '-r':•"-■'■    ■■>'"'"
;'v|§ Coiiiineneiiio'-iittLiiost lieihg'-.the
npi:theast7cpyiier ; post .of Charles X K:
Slime j^chfini,;; and ;;adjaeent::.i:ii: tlie
south.east cortier of Williain'Mtihin'riinls:
chiini.: thence .south - SO .:ch:tins.;.theiice
west;S0('iiai'ns, tlience'npt'tli 80 .(ihtuns,
thenee: east ;S() chains^^,1,0. place 'of: hc-
o-inni'ng/conttiinino' W'o aerijis.;:,'..: 7, ,.;
7.■-.■.:..,—j-_.Lih:i.i-les lp Slane,: l:.oe;tt.gr.
7" :   :'':"'' :'',',.':'A: l:hiclvett."A.o-chi„ "
;, I).ated;Peb;-;iK.7i!in:i."',.;.;■:;: 'sr. "-.;;-':;;.f
.;:;lU7.;<:'oiini]eiicino-iit ajiosLheino^ tlie
north: west eornei'; of Coi'a;'d3.;'Slaiie's
cl;iim.oaiid-:idjacent.l,o"i,lie' north, east,
eoi'derlor. ^Charles ;;l'::; Shinies ^elaini
thencesfiu/.lrSO ehaiiis',;.tlieiicc;-east,.,sd
ehiiins;:;i.lieheb7iioi'th S(iel)ii.ihs,:'?ti'ujnce
west :S0-chainsrio, place of 'he»'in'ii.iii»:;.
eqntaiiiino'dtlO.aci'es.'-j V-:'yK ■ ; ;' .'.,■■-.'
":'<;■;;;;:""-- ,v '-'V:Q^f-'iv'^-;Slane,;toeatoi\
''- ":;'""": ■;">" ''■'. -'■'" 'v'-';?A."i;rackel:t.',Ao.Ciit
:::'Diited:i:,ci)."i.o;;i!.io:t.:'■', :.,:. :7;;;:::7;;.;,,;|::,.
;eliUinr;';tnd:; adjaeeiit.; i:o ;t)iei;spiii,heast
.•joi-nei: of.Dlij. I^.^Efbjt'S' ichiiiii^hence
tlioiice ^ioi'tlitSO ell till isV Lli once etist ,S<)
ehtiiiis toplit'ee '(if;, beo:i 11 n i ii jr.' cOn I tii n-
i njr (tlO ttimesV':",''." ; 7 ;'      ,'•'.'"
'■'..-.'■.'.'''    ■.'.-'■'; Martin'.Bero's'ti.'onL' Loealor
[..'■■.    ,,"   "r-1.7:^I~=A^lrr;aTTi^i;i^V^'enl. ,(,
'}i):iied'ireh.;is,71!)o;l;; ;": - ;,]i- ;;;0-.""-,.
21; J.t'oihnieiieiiijrai, -ji-'pii'st.' heiiij;'   the'
spid.hAvCsi,;corner post;of":i.''efei'   1,, f.e-
vtm tier's "cliiiin;; tind;  ttdjaixint ;to the:
hdrfli \yest,i:ornei' oi' Kthan A.'1.:,!itri.i.'-k!,»
vdaini. thence liprtli .S0; c'iitiiiis.' tlience
cast SO ehains. thenee south, ,S0  chains,
thence'' west MO 'chains  to place of he-';
jrinning1.Contaiiiinj;' 040 ueres.
■ ■'.'■:,:';-, '- ';,, Peter, 1. I'.evttnder. Ldctiloi
;.:'' .7"'" ;.':''':'.'   ,'A- ,Fi::ickeet,:Aj;:cht.:   ."':
7  Dated.Fol>; lS.':.l'io:-{.- 7  -       :•''■.
thence av(,-s! SO chttins' to  pI'KC'i'of  he-
Lriiuiiitjr. coiita.iniiio- 040 "acres.
,...-''.    7   l-'diih C'rawford.  Locator
'.,,;.-.    A. I.liti;kett, Ajrei.it   -.
Oated'i'el-i.-J.SV.'l'M.W;-' ; .   "';,    '•'-    V:     .'"','.
■ l!7r' Con.iineucing', at a post  heitiirthe ;
north west corner post, ,of;H.   I..'; iMc:
Tntyi-e's   claim..: and .adjacent .10 .the
sdiitliwest corner of ° Edith ' Crttwford's ,
claim,'thence south SO . chaiiis.   tlien'ce,'
east 80 chains, thenee noi'th'-'KO chains,
thencc'-west SO chains  to  plaee';bf  be-
o'inniitjr. containiii.o;'d4'f)itcres.    '•
':.:":      '-B. 'L.'McIntyre. Locator
'■';.■":■■ A.',Haekett,'Ajf'eHt'',.:.
., Dated Feh- IS.'JoiW. ,! ;;; „': ''ij ,,;'';■-::■ '..
:28 ' C'oninten.eino' :it.;i'p<ist,: beihj]' tlx'ot   .
noi'theast:corner''prist df'(.'hai;les Mollis ,
tj't-ers..chtiiii   and adjacent. to'.thct:-north-,,
wesl corner tif' IT. ■ L.i^lcliityres elaim.
thence south. SO chaihij, thence   west 'SO
chHins, thenee tiofth'.SO.-'chitin.-!.' theinc*,
etist SO cluiins  to 'place- of, begdrihingv
coHtt.iiniiij'' 0.40 acres.. ,7 /' ■ ,;.;■'''•,'■-' ;.-■'■' ".'
('liaj-lesMelntyre. .Locator
,,'" ."': '  '.„."■     .,. A.'llackett. A>renk -
''•'.'."DiltUcLireil.  IS.   l!10:i.■:;'"/>'■  >7;'" ;'   V
,.- i!) L'pininenciirjr at a jiost about t*'p ';
111il.es; south ■■-of (Itarles Meliityre's',
iiiitial post, heiiiji',the southeast corner
post (it.loseph Miirtiu's' claim, theiiee,!:
north 80 chains, 'thpiirto,, west... SO i-hitiiis :
thc/uie south 80 dhiiiiis'. tlierite,. easL.iiO ■-
chains to place (if - hojrtnnino-, i:dntiiin- '
iiio; (140 acres. '; 7. :\, " "" ';,"..,- '.•.'''.'.' «:'.": '."
77 ;. :iosepl),'Ariii'tin."Locator '
>.;;,: ',;"
A- '!,
;:.:; Hated Fidi. IS,  lilO:!: r.Z , .:.?:;■'..,./.L,"',;.,-.
, ■,.'«»..,' Coninieneiiijr:at;t postheitijr the'7
^"n^'^Vestc. oi-nei;-post 'of 'yetli Ararcoe!s:
clitiin."i:ah(i\ adjacent; t(i;;the,,!sdutheast.
:™''^P.iVJf:-lostipll.M'tirtin's <;hum.thence'.'
north-So-chains. tlie'nce"east SO, ehainsj. ":
thence;soitth SO chitiiis; theiiee Avest' 80
<--|':^1?^,M,l'lac(|df''';heo'inniujr.: eoiitaiti-.
'in,^.d4!J:iiei'^s77.,:,;:.'; '7.;-;:;''o7-.-.X,;Jj>;;:;;. ;;::
;:,;:■ ;;!'v - '."'.'.-..■ yOtlLVtircoe,' Locator';'-.
..X....... :.-'-5-.:. :,-7;L.;:.7 .7.7,:1:.A:.. 7!':Lfckett: .Ag-ent. 7
Dated Feb/ IS. 190H:    :':;: '■ : <■■'-••-;',,. /-..'-..-
'-,•) I:,. Co in nto n cii 1 »• at a, pos'il. be i n jr. theJ, ."■
Phillip's, ehi tin," ;ind  adjacohtcto; the ■
^»th^est,'con,ei. ^bf;'.if;Seth':::'-^u'epe's'^
c'!Vil,'^U'elu;e:sollt'1;::^: chains, -t.lience'7'
ea^.'SO chains, thence.iiortli.S0'>eliain's.
thenee:,w«st -SO^chains ip-plitce of'be-' .
■ '..-;:"::'Zi<r".y •WiscJ^1 ''liillips.-Locator7
irar.'ii;.l.;Ki'.l-.'.'.f..,;;':'.... °;;,: A.JLIueketl,." A jreht- - '
7,;i^;i.te(i.Feb.'I8.,:i00:1;■" ";:,; ,".';:?'";':.;;'
"': ^ j-^'W"^'1'.!11^ iU';l nosf'lieitii;': itiie":
n(n'th;east':;c()t;nor; ptist,- dt; dvfttliirine ;
Anne.;\-iircoe,'s' claim and : adjaeeiit to'^
^^'J^^^JJieiico^oiitli SOeliainsHtheiice'l
;7^stif^';ch.ll"^i H'(MiiC;ii.orth:.80'ehilni^;';:
'^"I'^JeastjSO,\i;litiiiis :td7pliuie;;i)f'])e^77
ji'tnniiijr. .'coii't'iititi,no- 040}a$yfig;^:7:yr^;£"l
?:.:DtiUHi;i;Vb..'is..ioo:L,": ;\:.: "■•<);, '■■':.-:.,.
:.;f:l . p9)»in:<ii.ieiiio-'-ii't'ii.-.pdSiL .til.ioiih two: :
nifles:spiith oi'the; iiiifnU pdsi; df "iviiih-  7
A';u:coi.:s chtiiii:; boino', the '■■'':.
. 22 (Jonnnciiciiijr at a post-heinj;-; the
northeast corner of Thpinas. \V. Birks'
claini.and.adjiieent to tlie-- south, east
corhei'' of /.Uebecca ' l^og'tiii's'. claim,,
thence south SO (diuins. thenccAvest' SO
chains, tlience. north.SO <:hanis', thence
east."'"SO chains to' place of bgo-inninj;'.
contain inir'fi^O.'acr'bs.     ■ ' .   "
" -: •',"   -.       ; .Thomiisj .Wi Birlvgi.Locator
"v. ,:'.■• :"'.',    '; A."Haekett.!'Ap'ent.
,rD«ite(l,Peh.;lK. lilOH. '". '"''.-.'■■■,''■'    i'.'■,':'
>..-. ■ .'(:■' ■'      '" -' .• ..     .. ■'
'2:) Coinmeneihsr at a post liei'nj;' the.
north west corner of Mabel H. Hacketts
elaini, and adjacent to the noi'thetisl
corner ,of Thomas \V. Birks' elaini.
thencb south SO chains, thenee east ,80
chains, thence norlh SO chttins. thence
west SO chains to iilaceof bejrinnino-
.    Mahel l-L ■ liaclcett. Locator
' ... ■   i A. Hnckett.; Ao-otit;
: ' Dated l-'.-h. IS.  ISHI.'L '.''■';
24 C'.'oii|i)ienein»: at 'a.post lioin<r the.
soiitlieasl cornec post of.LA, Andcr-
S ni's cliiiin, ttinj a'djacctii, 10 the south
west coi'iierof Tlionitts I'-.-ihi-y's cltiini.
Ihence north so chains, thence west so
cluiins, I hence south SO chains, lli
riant SO, chains to phi.ee of I
coiilaininj;' IMO acres.
'.I. A., Anderson, Locator
A.'lLtcktMl. Ao'cul.
b. 18.  I'.lll.'l.    ,     ,     "'
, in ('otnincnciiig al a post beiiig the iiort.beasi
corner posl of Samuel ,K Orccn's claim anil ail-
.ineeii! to ihe north west corner of 'I'Iioiiijis
Poster's claim, thence south eighty chains
ihence wesl eighty chains, thenee north eighty
-•' titiinmoiioinjr in ;, |„,S|, |„.i|,o i),(
soul lii'ii.st corner jiost of K. \', .M,..
Iiityi-e's claim. ..and alioui iw,, miles
south .il'.i. K. \\'.. •r|l,,.,1),M11,'> !„!,[.,!
post, thence iKii-fh SO cluiins. ihoueo
westso chains, thence soiilh so cluiins
tiienee i..;i,sf . 81.1 chains 1,, ,,|,„.,. ,,f |,„,.
jriniiinv,-. ciinltiiuino- Old tici-cs.
K.  X. .Mcluivi'e. I.dcabu-
A. II ticket I. Ao-eiit
Dated I'VI 1.  IS.  lild.'i; ,
2b < 'oinmenci.il"; :il a posl licinjr the
southwest cocnei- post or Kdjth Ci-aw-
fni'dV elaim ;tnd .•idj.-iceni in tip. sonlh
east coriier ol K. X. Mclnlyre's claim
Ihence noi-tli 80 chains, theiiee east
SO  ^chains,    thence   south   80   ehains.
fine Anne
southeast 'corner -post of Kdith Phillips .
clai hi; theiiee iiortii SO chains,   theiiee
east 80 ehiiins. tlien'oo south ;S0"chains
thehep west SO chains; lo,  place ;of, lie- .
j!'i.niii|io'. contaiiiine:(ill) acres. ; '"
.');•;:      Isdith Phillips,.:Locator ,
-.- :"- .-''• ..•■'•::'-,. A." l-lack'et.t. A.jjeiit
Dated I'Vli: 4.8. l!)0:i.7 . :   ,:
tv..o.:" ■-■'•■ ■   .■''■'■   ' - '   '. ■■
.'14    C.'oiuihencino'.at :i. jiost.; heinjr the
southwest cornei' post of Paul Phillip's
■claim.- arid, adjacent  to .the . 'southeast,
eoi'iier of l-klith Phillip's clain).the«ce, '
north SO chains. tlience;east,SO  chains,
th.cnce.south SO chains, thence west SO.
chains to |il;tee of. beo-innin<j'.   epritain-.'---
iiig'jfMO. acres;' , :       ,;.     ,. ;
,      ' Paul Phillips, Locator
;      :.!     ... A..Haekett. Ajrcnt     .
"Dated Feb. .18,1909. ""' "■..';.;;' ''.,';
, :-5f> Ciimnieneinjj' at ttpost being-, the
north , west, corner, post, of Edmund
Driiry's claim and adjacent to the south
west corner of Paul Phillip's claim
theibie south SO.chaiiis.' thenee east SO
chains, thence '"north -SO chains, tlience
west SO chains .t'O; place of' beo'innino-,
cpntaininj;'!)40 acres.       .-'.!■
Edmund Drttry. Locator
A. Haekett. A {rent
Daled Feb.'IS, I!l0:!.    .  ''■''"■ .'
•'{(! Coinmencinj;: at :i posl - beinjr the
nortlietist cor nor post of Sidney Clarke*
claim' and adjiieent to the. northwest
(■orner of Kdmiihd Dru'ry's- claim,
thence south xo. cliains, thence west 80 -.
(ihaiiis. I hence noi'th S(i chains, tl'.ence
easl 8(1 chaiiis io place '..of bcjriiinino/ -,
eontainiiio-, (ilo.acres. '.
1      Sidney Clarke, Locator
'V A. niickel!..' Ajj-.'nt ■
:    Dated Fell. 18, lilil.'t. '   ,' '   '     .
.'17 (.'omnicuci.no ,-u a posl beinjf the
northwesi coriier- post of , .Nffirshal!
('((.wlinji'V eiaini and adjacent (o .the
sonlhoasl corner of Sidney Clarke's
claim. I hence sonlh So cluiins. thence
cast'so chains., Ihence mu-ih 80 chnim.'.
1 lience wesl so chains to place of bc-
oiniiino. cniiiiiiiiiiiir |i|0 acres'.
Marshall < ,'owlinj;',  Lncalor ' '
A. llaekclt. Ajrenl
Dated Fell. 18. I'Ml.'l.
;  ' ,..'/:
.'18 ('omn.icneinj: al a .post beinc ihe
nod lieasLeoriiei- po.-i of Melinda <"o\y--.
linjr's claim, and ad jaeent tothe north
wesl corner of .Marshall ''owlinjr's
claim.'thence south 80 chains, thence
west SO chains', Ihence mirth SO chain*,
tlience east 80 chains to place of he- .
j;inninc. coiilaininj;'040 acres.
.Melinda Cowliijo.. Lo'ctitof
A.' llackett. Ajjcnf
Dated Pub. 1!?, l'J(J3.        ,   , 9 TUP  PRUSPPCTOR,   PORT STPIOLP.  V,   0..  MARCH  iM.   P'a:  Ol  //v.  North Star Lodge  me  NO. 30.  A.  F.  AND  A,  M.        C.   If.  B.  C.  t'oirr s'rr.r.i.i.;  n <;  Uvular im ctni'-'s-Ki Tni-sJ.iv in e.ici  month at oitrht o'cloi I: V'-H'iiir Itiethei n an  cordially invited  Ellc IiiitT TmChv    I'linn."    icul.ir  mi'C-Li'it-"-  helrl lirst Fiulay oi i-.ii.li inoiiih  Cranbrook LoOfif Crinbiuol;   let'iil.u   meltings held on the ihivil Tlnir-.lav oi each inoiiih  11  1. .M.Minat  Sccict.iry  ��hc &K&&pzcio\\  SATDKDA V,  M MICH  21.   1'HI.J  Rocky Mountain Chapter  XO. 125. R- A. M.  TORT STKEuE. b. e.  Regular meeting-���2nd Tuesday in  each month at ei-rlii o'clock.  Sojourning (Joiiipuiiion-. lire cordially  nvited.  R. L.'T. Galbr.uth Scribe K.  Professiotial.  Geo  S McCarter. J. 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M.iii      'rf  \(>i:NTS    IN'    (.KL W    IM:IT\L\     I lnvil-   KmU    :.'   I <>iiilmi<!   si.      ^  FORT  STEELE, B.  C.  REVELSTOKE STATION' ttnJ fiOLDE.V      I       R     L)    yj^},^   Jllls<   Auisheti   his   ��  collections    promptly    made,   logging comnici for   the Crow's   j Xost Pass Lumber Co  IV, R. ROSS  Barrister  NOTARY    PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER.   .  -. >   -Mrs. E-A   Elton, si\._niid_Mrs.  Solicitor! P. A. Elton, jr. and Mr. C. Elton  ! visited. Cranbrook Sauirdav last.  ���     Xutis,'   candies     ami    Piys   at  Fort  file^lf.' B.   C j KERSITAYVS' ' ��  i1        JL^oiiili'm.  ii A Clt-ncial J-S.mkino I'.ii-ii'cs-,  l'i aic,.u:1cd  I     Savings Bank Department ���Interest allowed on ilepc-r-ilrv     J  !j   Cranbrook Branch, p. h."MARS!I. Manager.--J  ji    ___ _ 15  i��ulj-u\Ji!Rn^iitn^iH/ffi!?Lni  BTmTmmmmTmwnmTmTTTWmnmTTWmWtmWMMTWmtmrcmWmWnmWia  I 'McDERMOTT &��� HOWNKSS ' ���    1  t 3  t The   Leading  Wholesale   Liquor Dealers in the   $  a  3  ���*  =3  3  ��   Kootenays.  \Vi< lumcllc onh   (lie I!Kp>T  linos' of Ltqwui-s .ind < 'u;:ir-  Wt- -ell Sell I u/. I {(MM'. I'Yrnii'  lii'i I',    f!il-,s'    .\ Ii'     ,'Mlll   ' (illill-  ' ( ..  ili"t-,c-, Shit,I,  Al!   Mail   0��rders   Promptly   Attended' to  t  t  QiiuiiiiuiAiiiiUiiUiiuuu^aiiuuuiiiiiiiiUUiiUuuiiiiiiuauiiiiuuuiiiiimiiiiiiniii?  MeDPKMOTT &  MOWNMSS,  Cranbrook.   P.-C  The  !'***#     X  ladian Bank 01 commerce I  "���'"-'-M5>  ���A  i-  HEAD OFFICE ��� TORONTO.  I'nd ii11 (',iml.tl "rS (HIO.OOO.   l!o-< i \ c- I^und %���!.���"i( 10 0(10:  .\;Miicr:iW- lli-soiirii1- O'-ui ���f-7.~��,00(l.0OU.  - I ondini llllui.-: (10 loiuhtiid siimi, I.   i".  NV��  ^ ink Otlittc:  I <! l,\cli.iiiKi; I'l.icc. '  -\iid SU lii'.ini-lii-- in Cjuadii. llic Ifnilod ytttlcs. mid liritiah Columbia.  Cranbrook Branch. F. C. MALPAS. Manager.  i-  ���hr  il  *  &  :-?-H;f.^.��7��%.y,x--i-^��Z-KH:.^^ ���  Sic  OlTers a ploasiinl. subsiiluie for home to those who Irnvel.   , si  Tlie Steele House  IPoFt Steele^ B. G.  (The lwM, ittid clioiipt-,1, hil-iiK in (horcountry.    -,  an' lo be loiind in llic diniiii! room.     XuCliinii-  1     nii-ii allowed in 11n- kili'licn.    'Pin- house i-,  i-iiii   '  111xiti <'iisiiio|iiilit!iii |iriiici|ih'n tind the prosjjiietoro  willi Iiis pnek is, |us1 it-, welcome ;is (lie   iiiillion-  tiire will) Iiis t;oll.i   ���  Every ^'iiesl receives tiio best, care and protection.  The. Linnors lire the'best in town.  X��. MclMeish  ���MANAGER. "  ��  *  *  *  fc  KK'#V&&$<&$i&&&&&&��Ai&��&&��&&&^  FOBT STBKe' DlTEf OPM^XT STM-'ClTB LTD | RollSl'l ll/itllO tl lit!   ,   f J tlC'lv I  : Thompson were down from Wild i  13S Leadenhall S-.re<".  Loadon. EtiK'.ar.d.      j Horse Creek  Sunday. j  H. a. wallinger,      fort Steele. ;     jVndy Baxi;pr returned Sunday  'from  a   irin   to the Windermere  ! district.  POST OFFTCK HOX S  THOMAS    Mc V T T'TIE    J   . Rev. Fiahov Coceola.   sSt. 'Eu-  I gene   Mission,     visited    Steele  F>.L^.S.   c'&'CE,   | Thursday on his way to Winder-  i mere.  ' ' Fort Steele B.C.  J,. G. .CUM3IINGS  CIVIL    ENGINEER  Provincial    Land   Surveyor  FOR'J1  STEELE,   B: 0. '  GRASSICK   &   DEMPSEY.  CONTRACTORS  A N D  ]BUIL1JJ3,US.  Port   Steele   13.C  GEARY   &  DOYLE.  L'iveru, Feed & Sale Stable.  Kort St oul e U.C  Roifultir  IJnily  Sui^i:  moew nil  tmiiiH a' JCort Sieulii .Jiniot'ton.  SAUUL1C & 1JAGI\   ItOHSKJ:  TKAMINil Ol- .\LL IvINOS A SI��Kf,IAl/n  DR. SAWYER, V. S.  Of lice and Stable  Corner of  Galbraith and Hazel Streets  Fort Steele, B. G, -  OFFTCE DAYS./   .Moticlu>.    Tliui-s-  day and Saturday ill Stifle.  NOTICE.  Take notici. that J intend io apply  30 days from dntis tin-roof io liu- chief  Commii:;=;ioric;i' ol Lund-' &- Work- fur  a special license in i-uti mid eiirj-v au-;iy  tirnber from tin* follow iri^ i rni'l of hind  lying in Southua-t Kootciia;. Di-triH:  roiimienuiiiy at a pu-: ihm--.> i 1). IC.  Xi-wjiilS nOii'lii,*i-1 curlier, iil.��t l"d on  cast dide uf IJii-wi-i \ ('ro-k tiicic-^i)  tihain*i north, l rn����i��'i* ^n fh'iiii- ��<���-'.  theiiceisOofi^iii--o'ltii, th"ii>-;c -" i-liuiii-i  east lo place o! li.-uuiiiiiiLi.  U.  K   XKWAI.I.   '  Dated  Mari-h ���!.. l'm.i l'i  A number of miners went to  Wild Hoi'.ie creek Monday to  work in the placer mine? at that  cam p.  The recent soil weather has  sent a large number of men who  have been engaged in lumbering  into town.  A special emergency convocation of Roekv Mountain Chapter, R.A.M., will be held Tuesday March iMth.    ,  ft  Meat Market  n i  L iff  H. THIRY. Proprietor.  Fresh and Salt Meals Always On Hand.  George .Judd and Joe Taen-  hauser who liave been working  at. the Liltle Joe mine, returned  to Steele Sunday.  lien Pugli is once more registered at the government hotel,  lie, received \wo months at hard  labor.  The weather for the past week  has been very warm. The snow  in this vicinity is looking like  the proverbial two bit piece.  Dr. Sawyer, Cranbrook, ac-  coaipauied by his brother, H. L.  Sawyer. Marysville, was in town  Tuesdav.  J. 0. Ctimmings, P.L.S.. and  K. C. Randal returned from a  surveying trip in the vicinity of  Elk river Wednesday.  1-1. W. Ross anli Joe Walsh  visited Perry creek Sunday.  They will visit the Roaring King  mine before returnine 'to Steele  J. A. Harvey. A. B. Grace and  II. Kershaw were at Pernio Wednesday attending the annual  moeiiii" of the Associated Boards  iif Trndi'  D.   Bale  returned   from   Elko  Thursday. '  a    ^_.      <  I'V'W. Marsh, manager of the-  Imperial. Bank,, Cranbrook, 'Was  in town Wednesday.  J. H. Martin, government timber inspector, was at Steele  Wednesday on official business.  R. "L. T. Ga',ll)raith, Indian  agent, went to the Tobacco  Plains resorve, Wednesday, on  official business.  H. W. Ross and .1. Walsh returned from a trip to Perry creek  Friday. ���  ANNUAL   CONVENTION.   .  The   Associated Boards of Trade  Meet at Fernie.  Special lo'l'irr: Pikiiimtimk  Fernie, March IS.���-The Associated Boards of Trade of the  Kootenays mel in convention at  Fernie Wednesday evening.  On coining lo order Ihe following gentlemen were appointed a,s  a commit too on Credeniials: W.  R Ross,.Fernie; W. W. Beers,  Nelson; ' C. S. Galloway. Greenwood;  D. Moore, Trail. ,  Wliv yuti should buv f  FAIR     PLAY  ' it  Port    Steele  rewittg  JC.  Because '"���'-1'1'' ',0st-, ii"iiiii,\-'  Because ���' i**lli<" nio&l last.iny i-hcu-  Because '' i*-t,ho litrn^l liia-li^ratk*  Id or 2'ic plus. ,  Because  1'lu-   tii��-t_iir(* valuald.    I'm-  lii'oniiimis.  i.ntti!   Janunry  1st,   1905.  Because u'�� -"a11!1"1^'[_^>-h pi"^-  and  Because your dealer   is  atitliot'iy.ijd  lo refund vour liiouov il vou  tiro not s-at.islk'd.  Tni''. Kmimuk Touaoco Co., L'i'n.  St. John's Church of Bnglmid.  Services will bo held in the  Church of St. John the Divine  every Sunday evening at 7:-ri0 ox-'  cepf on the third Sunday in each  month when the service will lie  held  at    1 I   o'clock"   a.m.  Holy Communion will bo administered at I ho olosi: of the  service.  Strangers are welcome.  FORT STEELE,  B, C.  MANUFACTURERS - and      BRFWKRS    OF    F.XTRA    PINE  ��l s  BEER    f��    PORTER  SOLD    BY   THE-  BARREL,    KEG   OR    BOTTLED'  Bottled beer for family use a specialty  blTPSIDI? ORDERS til VAN STRICT $ PROMPT ATTENTION  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED r.^'ftr.  1        i ^ t,  litz &  Scott, Prop's.  I     '       KOOteiiay        Boundary Line        ^   %  # -.-.- -. ** Tobacco, Plains, ty  Hotel ,*'. * B.t. 4  JULES HUREL. Proprietor.      -  (joon    .\c(.o.\(.Mon.\TroN   wok   twaxwaaaxu.   .MKN'  A First Class Home  Stage line leaves Kootenay Hotel for ISIko on Monday and 5?  >�����  >���'  'if  s����-  �����?���  ;;};  Friday at S u m.     Leaves Jfllk  Hotel   on Tuesday and Satur  T day at .^ a.m.  #  ^  ^  I'lllSSHYTKIilAiV   I'llUliOH.  Divine  Worship   will   lie  held  in     the     Presbyterian    Church  <\   reeess  of ten minutes   was |ovorv  Sabbath ' morning  at    II  f-'iank .MeCabe, the genial  Mayor a1 Wardner. keeps a  -liar]) lookout for his Steele  friend'--on tho passenger trains  pa*.-iin<.r ihrouiih thai town.  NOTICE.  Take iiotici- lliiil I ir.'i'i.d ,n .ipi>l;.  30 days from chito tner^ot.-to tin.* <���'iii''f  Commias'ioner of Ldndn vV Work-, lor >i.  special. lioenHt: to cut find iriirr;,' ' ;t-.i.:;.  timber 1'rd.m tin: fullnv.'itiy . triti-'.  of land lyiiiif ii.i. .Stuiiliritst, K'fiot.tMiii.v  Distrii:!,, 'commijiicinx at. a jio.-l niiirkf:d  ft. Grlflil.li rioiHlic;is,i,i:iifii<tf plantiiil <ni  . this'isiwt. Hid*! nt' Hri'Wi'if.v ('."f.-.-k. !lp-i;<''t  80 chain* rioi'l.h,. tlii-ttci��� Ml rhunis wi.-.;,  thonoe HI) (diaiiinsouth. i.ln:nr.. sn'idiiiiiis.  eiiHl tii plai-.c, nl' lM-._Miiniti^.    \  ii. (:i:i!'!i-'n'ii.  Dated March   I.   Iim:!. '..      In  fin   April   lsl,   the   Extension  coal   mini's,   at   .Vanainio, are to  Ii"   Hosed.      One   thousand  men  will   he, thrown   out "of imploy-  i ment: ,  VVANTK!) S|.;\'l'',i;.\l. I'KKSONK  <if character and piml rcpuliil ion in  witch Hllntc iruie in this rouiil \-j ri'ijiiiri'd .  l,ti rojircsi'tit unci .;nj���.-.��� i-| is,, .',,|(| rslnfi-  llnhcd wi'.tilthy lnisini-ss lnm,-" ol solid  financial slii.ndiiiy. ���Siihtry J'JI.nu  wookl.y willt Lvvpcnsi's uddiliiiiiiil, ;i.ll  payable ill eil.sii direel. ������:��������� 11 We.iliii.-s-  cIjl.v fivmi head (illiee.-, [-Inrso and  wirrisi^ii' ftirnisiied when ���nei'tv.Mirv.  Rcfci'.eiiceri. I'hiclosi' -ell'-tiddivsHod  uuvelupu. Col'jnial '.'n.. .'i'll' l'>oiii'hr.ii-n  St., Chicago..  ; (iiis Tlieis, K. Hanks, ;Clias  ���l-'arrel .-and A. ' Shilling', who  .have been placer, mining ������on  I 'i-rry creelr; returned to Sleelp  Siinda.y. '���'���'.  .'IMie | rain ' service     on    Ihh  (brow's   Nesl.   line'  i,s   a.ll shot to  pieces. The 'soft . weu.lher  has.  caused snow 'and     mud   'slides  galore nnd ii .will he  some   da.ys  het'oi'i,' 'I'Vains  Will riin rec'Vihtrly  ;i<raiii.  Mr. ami Mrs. Thomas Pen wick  wlio have been visiting in the  "Old Country" for the past three  months,, returned to Steele Monday, accompanied by Mrs! P.ach-  adour, of London.  alccn lo await repori of coin-  m i (fee.  Credential committee reported  favorably on delegates in attendance from the following Hoards  of Trade: Rossland, Nelson,  Porl Steele, Trail, Pernio, Kaslo  Cranbrook. (ireenwood and  (l-rand l^orks.  O. O. BncliMiiiiair; Kaslo. was  elected as president: and H. W.  Jackson, Rossland, secretary and  treasurer for Ihe ensuing year.  Convention   'adjourned '" until,  t.i-Hii a.in. Thursday. ..  Large coal -fields' have* recently  been located,-on the reserve, 'in  the Port Steele:, inih'ing district.  Tlie con.l is a. high grade bil.iiniiii-  ous and is of a siinilitr (|iia lify as  that found, in the Crow's Nest  Pass. II is well adapted to  coiling.  'Though Ihe copper camp's:. of  ilie St. Mary's 'river' have received 'considerable al feiitiou  during Ihe. pa's I two years, they  are still in I he prospective si ago  The    clipper', resources   of   this  o'clock.'  Sabbalh School ovo.i-y Sunday  at half past two o'clock.  Choir  pracI ice  every   Thursday evening al 7:W o'clock.  Pastor:    A. L. M-ujdouoau-.  Smith at Fernie.  ioiiie Sario RestaiiranB.  THE MOST  UP-TO-DATE  PLACE IN KORT STEELE.  [everything Cooked  "AS   vmi   1.1 KK   IT."  WM. ROBINSON,  Proprietor  if*  -%  K. C. Smith, M.P.P.. was al  Pernie Wednesday in consiilla-  lion wiih the Coal Company and  Strike. Committee. ,Vo conclusion has Lueti reached. Mr.  Smith wont." Io Morrissey Thursday to i i ill ii i re i n t o, ��� |) ri'Sei it ci >n -  difions at. Ihe mine, and of I he  minors.  Tlie teeming evidences of  prosperity in Soiitlieasl, Koule-  na.y will lie. fiir'nished in a. inore  siilisfantial iiuiiiiner by the. coii-  sli'iicl ion ' 'of the . Ivooleiiii.y'  Ce i.i f'ral Rail way than in any  other way. , The mines situated  in the ma in ra.uge of the Rockies  and also the Windermere district  is the mailer of prime consider.-  alionJ li.ud which will stimulate  the building of this road.  district will bei.na.de productive j Prom -every tramp in Southeast  upon ilie const ruction of large | Koolcnay, we hear (if active  smelting plants in Ihe Port ; preparations fiir ihe reopening  Steele mining' district. j of silver-lead properties.  CARLIM   & DURICK  (iKNKKAL    MKKCIIANTS  Fort  S'tc'ekv.  '.: /^%  /^~Wy-''S''!.'j.i��K*-.i^\l?iiT3^''  MM '  Kootenay  Sole AtlCntS' for fin  Ganton-S(6.6r.GoM  PANY  Tilts Stioioi, is gua.ra.nfced to be <���(|in'il lo .lossop's   or   li'irfhs in all  11 a km) Rock .Woi'tK. ,  Soi.k Aoiotrrs  Soi.K     ACMN'I'K  Growls Nest Goal m���?:-.  Giant Powder GomDanu.  Mining  Supplies  a  Specialty.  Agents for the   MASSIOY    HARRIS    CO.,   Limited.  Farming   Implements,  (���ft*  ?K\  ul|  ���ft


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