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 I-il'var/ of L��gr An  I  Vo7..ZO.  RORT STB&DB, B.   C,  SATURDAY, MARCH 2G, 1QQ4-.  No IS.  A MILL ON  PERRY CREEK.  Old   Town  to Have a Railroad-      And-a Lumbering Plant���  A company is being formed  and preparations being made to  . establish on Perry creek, a  Jogging and lumbering enterprise larger and better equipped  than any yet undertaken in the  Kootenays. ��� The system of  logging will be the same as lhat  used on the coast. Noleanisor  trucks will be used: nor the logs  hauled on sleighs and driven in  the streams. Instead a system  of logging' engines with cables  and riff gin if will be used to  ������yard out" the logs. Railroads  will be built into all'aecossable  places and the logs hauled lo the  mill on logging trains.  A mill will be, built at the  inoiith of Perry creek near the  North Star branch and the  Crow's Nest branch, ancl a railway constructed up Perry crcck  to Old Town. Ten thousand  acres of timber has been, secured  from the government,: and the  company 'i'm negotiating with the  C.P.R,., for 10,(>U0 more along  the St. Mary's river. A road  -will also lie built into this as far  as St. Mary's Lake.,  r The company is/'ono of the  largest, logging and lumber  manufacturing concerns in the  United States, and will bring  with them the knowledge learn-  ed ���l'ro'm-axper.iouco" in thon business. Mr. ,lames Bracketl represents the , company , in the  capacity ol' securing timber and  logging'-sit nations, has been here  for seyeral months., and "lately  closed up pretty.much al! the details of the business. He/>re-  cenlly wenLMo Whatcom; Wash',  but will return about "the first of  April and' then will commence  work of enstalling the plant and  construction of railroads. lie  says that,he will have the road  and mill running by this time  next, year.  province. Our merchants carry  all kinds of stock used in mining  ind no mining company need go  'nit ol the district for any supplies. The Fort Steele district  11.'is mineral resources.' and oui  'merchants have the necessary  supplies.  Rifle Association Meeting.  An adjourned meeting 'of the  Fori Steele Rifle Association  will be held in the Steele House  on the evening of Friday tho  iMtli instant.at s o'clock-at which  your presence is earnestly' desired. ��� Business:���Flection of  officers and arrangements for  .match on 2-1 th of May. ,  .    .I.'F. S.mi rii, Sec.-Treas.  AMONG-  THE  MINES.  R- 0. Jennings at Weaver Creek-  Snowslides Delay Mining  Machinery.  THE KOOTENAY VALLEY.  Home Seekers Coming���A Sportsman's Paradise���.A Progressive  District.  The Coming Spring.  With the approach of spring-  there will bo an inflow of prospectors and" miners iirt his section. The fame of the Fort  Steele Mining District has gone  abroad , and mining men who  keep in close .touch with the development of the different sections, will come here. n There is  a great future for the district,  and those who are on the ground  should take advantage of the  changing conditions.  St. John's Church ol" England.  Services will be held in the  Church of St,. John the Divine  every Sunday evening at 7:150 except, on the third Sunday in each  month when the service will be  held at.   1 I   o'clock   a. in.  Holy Communion will be administered at the close of the  service.  Strangers are welcome.  PKESBYTl'JlilAN  CHURCH.  Divine Worship will be hold  in the Presbyterian Church  every Sabbath morning at 11  o'clock.  Sabbath School every Sunday  morning at ten o'clock,  y  Choir'practice  every   Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock.  Pastor:   W. T. Johnston.  Outfit at Port Steele.  'Port Steele has 'many advantages to recommend if as an outfitting point for those who intend  to prospect iii the district during  tlie coming summer. Fort, Steele  merchants are in a position.to  supply any order that can be  tilled in any eity or town   in   the  The attention of.the home  seeker has been attracted to the  Kootenay valley, and the people  are ' coming to appreciate, the  agricultural possibilities of the  valley.  Here are to be found all the  elements required to constilute a  'rich and progressive district,  consisting of rich agricultural  soil, maguiliciMU herbage for  cattle, sheep"and horses, a said;  .brions climate, favorable to  health, fruitgrowing, boundless  forests of timber, unfold wealth  in all the minerals of commerce,  such as gold, silver, lead, iron  and copper, petroleum and immense areas of coal. Nature has  surely'endowed this valley "with  a lavish hand.' ' * ,  It is a sportsman's,paradise;  mountain goat'and' sheep, all  kinds of deer, elk,^caribou and  ^b'oar are abundant, as well as  swan,' goose, duck and prairie  chicken.  The mountain streams are well  stocked' with'' trout and provide  excellent sport for the, angler.  The Kootenay Valley ,offers  special inducements to settlers  who have sufficient, slock and implements to carry on operations  with, and there is no doubt, but  thai the country itself will meet  all the requirements ol such in  every respect.  The Kootenay valley contains'  all the, elements necessary for  successful farming and. stock  raising and' is unequalled in  natural resources.  Fernie News.  Kllllll till'   l.'H'l'  PITS'.  The mines at Coal Creek were  closed on Wednesday owing to a  shortage ol cars.  A meeting of the License  Hoard was held ou Friday evening at the Police Court.  The Canadian Bank of Commerce announces that on and  after Monday March 2Kt. a discount will bo charged on American silver.  Saturday was pay-day at tins  three collieries for "the month of  February. The total pay will  amount to ��137,3.">S, 10 nearly half  of which will be paid at Coal  Creek and. Fernie.  Conditions That Wil) Improve.  Tlie' lowering of freight, and  treatment charges' on silver-lead  ores, an advance on the price of  silver; lead and copper; tlie  building of a smelter at Elko,  and the reduction of transportation charges on lumber, will  prove strong, factors- iii the development of Southeast, Kootenay, in l'i 10-1.       , '      -  Palms, will be in evidence tomorrow in the Episcopal,, as well  as the Catholic church.  N. T. Kingsbury, , who has  been assay'er at the North 'Star  for some time, has resigned to  accept a similar posilion with a  mining company in Alaska. N.  A. Wallinger has been appointed  to the position ai the Norlh Star  R. O. .leanings made a trip  recently to the Weaver creek  placers and says upon his return  that the boys are doing well.  No cleanup has been made, but  several large pieces of gold have  been picked -up in the sluice-  boxes, and everybody is satisfied  healthy and happy" ���  Win. Hamilton, who lives on a  ranch near Cranbrook. has gone  on a trip to, Butte. Mont., to  close up a deal on some mining  property, out of which he will  get considerable money   .  T. T. McViltio aiid parfv have  i l '  gone lo Moyie to survey the  claims of Ihe St. Eugene Mountain Mi.ning Co. ',  ' Snowslides on the mainline of  the C.P.I J., have caused much  delay in. the shipment of machinery and mining material for  Southeast Kootenay The boiler  and hoist' for the Itkler liar  placers, and the. iron for ,the  Perry Creek pipe lino have been  held up, somewhere between'  hero,and Winnipeg for the last-  six weeks.         '                   .       f  H. W.'Ross isjn 'the Flathead  country to be gone three or four  weeks.  ,   * t (  The Rocky Mountain Oil Company, which has .bored a well  1300 feet deep on, the western  slope of the Rockies, near the  Flathead reservation, in Alberta,  has struck an oil How of iifiO  barrels a day.  Placer gold was first, discovered on Wild Horse crook in 18(58,  by old Bob Dore and his associates.  The Imperial Coal and Coke  Company has acquired large coal  measure's1 not ftir from the town  of Michel.  Tho secrecy and mystery with  which the business affairs of the  Sullivan Mining Company has  always been hedged about may  in time be thrown aside.  The development of the Mammoth group of mines, on Goat  Mountain, is proving most satisfactory.  When a mining district has  such mines as Ihe St. Eugene  caj-iable of producing o0,000 tons  of silver-lead ore yearly, it deserves more than passing notice.  Placer mining and the quest  of placer gold has been the thing,  the vital thing, among the gold-  diggers on Wild Horse creek  during the past few years. Not  since the old days, the days of  the early sixties, has this pursuit been so vigorously and pro  lit ably followed. Old miners declare lhat there will be more  virgin gold taken out of Wild  Horse and Perry creek this  season than for many years in  the past.  A.fin mine with plenty .of.'tin  ore iii it located any where in  British Columbia would be a far  more -va.lua.ble property . than a  gold mine, with few exceptions..  Tin is harder', than lead and  softer than gold. It nielfs af'-M2  degrees F. It is not sensibly  volatilized at. high temperatures,  though at a strong red heat, it-  einils white fumes.  From reports that have reached Fort Steele,, we believe that  preparatory   work   in  the placer  camps has given very satisfactory results' during the past  ���.vinter, and it is probable'lhat  liood,reports will eome=fr_om -.all  placer camps in the district during the coining summer.  How Will it be Done.  NEWS OF THE WORLD.  One of the most, important  questions that.i.s before the people of Southeast Kootenay today  is, how will the provincial govern ment allow the coal lands of  the Flathead district to be segregated in the'inleresf. of prospectors and miners who have already located the areas.,  Floods in '"Ontario--Earthquake in  xiOva-~ScouiaJ^-^iii66r- was not  Poisoned���Rhodes Scholarship  t'Ol'NTICY   t'.VRKK    WATKli.  LATEST EASTERN WAR NEWS  Japanese Army to be Landed at  New Chang ��� Nineteen Huge  Warships Give; Battle.  .Windsor, Out. March. 24���  This district i.s suffering from  the worst Hood of years. Up-  wards'of si.00i),(i(.>0 worth oJ government and municipal dykes  iu Essex county are totally incapable of carrying off the water  caused by the"recent warm rains,  which have-molled-tho imprece  dented amount 'of snow which  fell Ihis winter.' In the vicinity  of Tec urn seh. ���Hell ,hMver, Stony  Point and other towns along  Lake St. Clair, the country i.s a  sheet of water.  Steele district the wonder of 1he  province."  The'i'oundation on which rests  the prosperity,of the-mines, the  lumber and agricultural resources of the Kootenay and Columbia valleys, is the immediate construction of the Kootenay Central railway.  Port Steele.  .The visitor at Fort Steele has  forced upon him the knowledge  that an era of advancement and  prosperity is in progress that  means much in Ihe upbuilding of  'he mining; indiisirv in the vicin-"  My of this lowii.  MEETING-   OF  LIBERALS. '  KAIi'l'lIQt'AK'l'':    IN" XOVA   SCOTIA.  'London. March 2-1.���The  Times this morning prints an  opinion of a correspondent lhat  ���Japan will lancHier'mnin army  at, New Chwang. which will be  t'urued into a magnificent base,  ancl-i hat she also .probably will  seize riai Cheng, 1:~> "miles eastward aiid on the railroad lis an  additional base, and lhat, without seriously attacking oil her  Port Arthur or Vladivostock,  the war will be fought on Ihe  plains of central Manchuria. It  is almost certain, in the correspondent's opinion, that the war  will be a" long one, and that at  the worst Japan will retain a  way to retreat overland into'  Korea. If she secures. New  Chw-tng, -he says, 'her prestige  will be established, and he adds  that the waterways of southern  Manchuria will be of inestimable  value in somewhat, counter-balancing the weakness of .'Japan in  her cavalry.-  St. Petersburg, March 23.���  The emperor received' the following telegram from Viceroy  Aloxieff.  '.'At midnight March 21st two  of the enemy's torpedo boats approached the outer .roadstead  but,, were discovered by the  searchlights of the batteries and  tired upon by the forts and by  the gunboats Bobr and Otvat/uy  They were obliged lo retire.  A second attack was tnade-al  4 o'clock1 in the morning by three  torpedo boats, which were repulsed. At daybreak three detachments of the enemy's (loot,  consisting of six battleships, six  cruisers and six second'and third  class cruisers and eight, torpedo  boats, approached from all sides.-  At 7 o'clock the Russian squadron commenced to leave the harbor, the cruisers leading, with the  Askold. flying the flag of Ad  miral MakarolY. and the battleships following.  The enemy's battleships approached Liaotsin and fired l<>0  shells from their 12 inch guns at  Port Arthur and H�� shells at  the environs of ihe town. Our  shells fired al a range of fid  cables, were well placed. About  pi o'clock' a .Japanese battleship  was si ruck by a shell and retired  We lost one man during the  bombardment, which ceased at. 1 I  o'ejock when tlie enemy's ships  reassembled and after passing  the outer harbor, drew oil' without attacking the fleet.  Russian scouts   have discover-  lialifax, N. S. March. 21���  Several earthquake shocks were  felt, at Sydney yesterday' morn  ing. Window panes rattled and  nearly every person in the city  was aroused. ���Some alarm i.s felt  at the frequency of 1 hose shocks.,  Convention   of "'Interior   District  Council   in   Session   at"  Rossland.'  A'.MKKK   WAS  NOT I'OISONlCI).  London. March 21. ���No credence need bo, attached lo the  runlor from Askabad to the effect that the ameer of . Afganis-  tan has been,, poisoned. ' All  trustworthy news from Cabal  reaches the British Indian government weeks, before it could  possibly be known in  Askabad,  KIIODNS KCllO'LAKSIIil' lOX'AMS...  ed.fhi.it'the .'Japanese are strongly  entrenched -on the banks of  Cheiigcheng river.  Japanese   are     throwing    up  earthworks  across   the    Korean  'New York. March' 2-1.'��� Dr.  George B. Park-in, w'Jo ropro-'  sents the trustees'of the will of  the late Cecil Rhodes. ��� arrived  today from Liverpool, to hold examinations in the United States  and Canada for Rhodes scholarships iit Oxford university.  Japanese attack Port Arthur  with a fleet, ol* 20 vessels. After  firing hundreds ol* shells .retreat  in good order.   . <  The directors of the Northern  Securities Co. have agreed to reorganize. Its stoclc is to be. reduced 00 per cent and cancelled.  The Duke of Cambridge was  buried Tuesday after a funeral  such as has been accorded to no  English soldier since the. death  of the Duke of Wellington.  The Imperial Government's  policy in the matter of Chinese  labor for South Africa is much  criticised.      '    ���  Russia, since; the war broke  out. has sent 100.000 soldiers' to  the far east.  it is reported that the Japanese have succeeded in blockading the entrance lo Port Arthur.  The rebel leader. Yuan, says  that he will drive all Christians  out of China.  Russian General Kouropatkin  has arrived at lake Baikal.  i ���  The senate has latitied the  treaty between the United States  .ihd Cuba signed at Havana May  2i\ l'.io::. !  Indians  report that the steam- I  The annual convention of the  Interior District Liberal council  was held at Rossland. March 23  and 2-1. 'There was;a good at-1  tendance from all sections of  southern Britisli.Columbia under  the ..jurisdiction of ihe council.  .1. A. Macdonald. leader of, the1  liberal party in Ihe Kootenays, .  presided.    '  Two     important'"    resolutions'  au"ectin<r the limbering limits in-  terests and the appointineni ol a  ii ,.     ,      i  Dominion minister of mines were  discussed, but no doliniic action  was taken up to lime of adjournment.,, ^ '  'Phe convention was iu session  Thursday, and was tendered a  banquet. by'TRossland Liberals  in<-l.he' evening.  District NeAvs Notes.  . Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Berge ,at  Old, Town Have been seriousls'  sick for some' lime. They are  gotl'iny better.  The Crow's Nest Pass Lumber  Co. at Wardner, will put on another shift and run the'mill night  and clay lo cut the logs iu the  boom ho lore high water.  "Quong". who has been an interesting character in the employ  o,f Nils Hanson at Wasa /or, a  number of years. , has taken a  lay-oil lo ni'ake a t'-ip to China.  "A teamster employed by a  scavenger company at Cranbrook, was arrested last week,  for dumping the garbage ( I! the  town into the creek a short distance above where the water is  taken out for the use of the  town.  J Austin, who was assayer  and book-keeper for Frank  Byron af rhe Radger and Red  Mountain on Perry creek last  summer, has returned and will  probably resume his old position  Local News.  Win.   'I'u tile.    I-Vrnie.   was   at  Cranbrook' Wediicsdav evenin<r.  Mrs.  Li'\eit   was   a Cranbrook  \ isitor W'eduesidii v.  Mr. aud Mr.-. I). McXeish were  visitinii at Fernie this week  Wi  liam Laugli'V was al t'ran-  "-dav on business  Rev.   Father  Coccola,  er Queen City has been   wrecked iWils ;ii Cranbrook Tuesday  near   Kinqupf,   with .-.the loss of  all'her passengers and crew.  Railway. Transportation.  ' el'llle  James Nelson came over  from  Isadore's canyon Monday.  The time is at hand, when we  inust solve the problem of transportation for this 'district. By  action we can solve it in our own  way.      By   inaction   it  .will    be  peninsula,     between    Anju    and 'solved i'or us, and to our loss.  Port   La/iarelf.      They   will   nofj     Better transportation facilities! l])(.   benii'tiful     weather   depart-.  advance   until   their   line of rb-  are  all   that   is  wanted to make Uncnt  of Ihe   weather bureau, is  treat is secure. ,     |the   mining, camps   of  the Fort,1 attending strictly to business.  Tom Roberts left on Tuesday  morning, on a'fr'ip lo the Weaver  creek placer'mines.  ��� Kami lands in the Kootenay  is'iu demand and the-price is being advanced. .  .'j   Although it  is  a, little, early. THF ]'KOSPK( Tort   FOKT STEELE,  B. C.:  MAHOU  20,   IW4-.
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\'iip)'.f<J£t:; C.---'; \f. ■'.'■■ :i
7i.fi.
yy:yufa6tur^rs.;of the Kootenays,;and
- ; dealers 'in 'the. "Northwest; T^.i-'ri;-'"
_. :tories; have;been■• getting ycloser;
•Iyfdr.6bvib;;us;reasons-;; '"-The:h-q.m;6.
yymarketrls-a rapidly growiugybne;
^..yyand'.'-w.i'lhVafsteiidy'^
^y-latioitin Alfie,^^
;■ ■■■'-west, a-coristaiitily'iiici'easihgide-
7;s-aria.ncl .lis- 'made yijiouytheyKoo'tey
■ y.jiaiy'mi^
i7-;^fac'tiirodyy*y ;7-yy;y,y..y;. ^f-'^^if'f. jf-jf
'\: ';^;V v.y '^^->yi:; yi* 0 y p;l f.V ";b"j i ye;! ;^; t;|tj.<e Yi ';cl e't*.' | '^
yy;ytliouglit:;;7yoi:.y; ;yt,h(^y,ye;xt;ent;7'yaiicl;
':fvvolume 'pL'liheyluniberytirade-o
: y yS oil llie a s Irf'^
.^;:'.sl''u.m','|.i.e'i':ii.vn;d'4
-^■'v.Vssitiriecij.'yi^
f-*^w he liyiw Oy $ to p .-toy- op n s i d e l*.. f p iy-- iy
yylinpmenk.tliisifV'nVity to;1'be .wcinder-
7':1 ed .yat;7;,fpr';at; the- presentyti'iii'o.
''Tythereyare ;2il,;■• j.unTbor.in'g; pla.nto
lf 6;pei'al;i,iig;fiii .Soiil;l'ie'astlvpot;ena.y
.;■;. w i tha '.good; I loin e. i riiir kef, . w hi I'e
-.''"-,,, they-surplus' jii\(i;d.uct;yi.s'''n'iiirket-.:
able in Alberta, wire re tlie region
y .'is fi'eelessalid'iniisfJje "siipjjlied
.... from. ■■■■;, (lie, "=yiTenri:el3t;y producing
■'tjipint.'   .y'■;'". '■' .:■■' y. ■•::°■':•■'■       y-i
' -ylt may be stated here that the
'5=vi '.■iv*4-s*s?IB^^r-'K:i
TORTy.S/CKKi.-k- ASSKSS>IEXT';niSTKieT
., Noti<(e Whereby given iu::i.eeoriia!n;e «'itii the
cSi.ui!il*i'S. that I'lOvinctiiLKeVeinie Tax. 'anil'all
assessed 'taxes ami iiieome tax• ..assessed aii<l
,,leyii;it '■' utiHi:r,:; the .' 'Assessment Act 1 :HK";.are
(Hie ati'I'[iayiiiiie.On tile 1st <lny bfAprit for the
yca'r^W.j.-.-riy.Aiiy.tit^
Ste'eie; A^sVssmeiitUistriet. are'.'flue.'.aiifV'ji'iiy,-
iiblftatmy. ct nice ;vs i vtifi io aciil-'oi-lySteeleE yThis':
notieeiiti .toi"ift.s:'.qf..l«\y,.jseiiiiiviiltintAoyaf personal ileiiiaiiil by ine upon all persons liable for
;ia'Xesy;;;y;.yy'...yyr^7.y-''.;.';;■■'- ff-fy^ff]y-'--
yyDiited iii Koi-y Steele, tliisiltiiday of Jlarelr:'
.nii)'iyi^;>v':7;v7y.y^.^yyy4,fy?y'7yy
■:F'^ FF^'-^FF^^F: Ff. ::ff
y y ■ yy y-y7;y 7.. ^,. 7. ^ssessor a nd .Col lector.;
y:'-y-.-",'-777y.77 h'oi't Steele..Asse.ssni'eni District.;
■•'■i:'os:typllli:r,^KoriySti<i>ieH«:C^
Suavingv^vHair*Dressing7Parloi
y.yy   ''.    .\ext tii orientatllofel  y :;..     7
° , ■■',., FORT    STEELE,    B.   C..
All   Ivitn.lsy.of .K:iif\Voi'k  ;i   Specialty
;.Ayj. gruz,
-   Propkietok.
TICKETS
to ali; points
f ;.)fm,iu. portion.of; liiarketableytim-
;'■'.. ber is I'ountlyinytlie northern: part
':.   of ., tlieKooteiiay''-.'vailey, where
- -there ;are. Iiiuidrecls'  of miles of
' „ good   ti i n ber,;' a wa i ti ng , th e ,c.on.-'"i
-':.-  structioa ofy tlie."Jvootenay Gen  |
;.-: fral rail.way. which .'will; //turnrenfr;
;; thenecpssaryjneans of transppr-y     "-.';'......;'/.;'":-; y':-'"..'   ■': ;'■■'...;".:,    ;.'y - ...
-. ^faition to a market.  .-".-A'snt;stands v'^^'C^%"f*"i"\*\■&$Xm-'^\
at.present, Southeast   Jvootenay,'.
,. .withy increase   railway -facilities!
-Will;b,e:l;or Inaify years the   most!
..'.•im'portan 1; lumbering district   of '■
"this   province,   and ■ those..;, who i
; own ..timber■■ lini.i.ts,-',.s\'iji-.reap.--a'j
, .rich harvest. .-'■'.',• "■'.; "'  '■;"
- The, advantage, of .gciographi-.-;
. cal.' .positiciii     is.  possessed   --by;
Soutlieast Kpoteua.\-.  in   com pet '■
ing  for the track?"of Alberta and : "■  -    .'  ' ' <■•
...,..., ... .   '   - flii'initrli   l.'ttlai'i.'  anil .Tourist Sleep
Alanuooa.    . lyor the present.., or .,.,...   .Dining-anil l.iiiil'ei; Snmkino-  Lib
near   future,     .!,mribei'.men     will'.1 '.arr' "ni>.(- ,'.-,,
-have.no   occasion   to.'complain.,
apci no rog.i.'e.l.s in--rev'iewing   the
past year,.for the year's business:
■•'.was a banner year, and the   out- j
look, for -the  .present season  is
just •. as'..good,   a.nd   there   is   no;
reason', to    fear    that.   Jvootenay '
lumhe.r'meu will sliut. d'own   any,-
: of their. sa.w-miJls   t,hi.^"summer i
for lai'.lc of a mari<et. .j
* . * . *- '    ; . j
'The   t.'r.'anbniok   Herald    savs,;
1 ■ ■       ■ ■ ., ' !
■that on account (if Ihe   notice,', of i	
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac
Anyone .ifinllinf n Mu-leli .-tiifl ili.nrrlplInn limy
'inlflilv ii^'-iirliilii i.itr *.|ilnl..n tn;e ivln-l her nil
ilivi.riil.lini  l« iipiblilily |.hiimi|/iMi..    ( i.iininiulcn.
ii.iii^ierii.'tlyi inicniinl. H.inill.....I[ ,„, l',il..|iln
^..i,t tr,.i', iil,|.,«i iii'iin,',- (i.i fi'i-ui/iii.'I'lilenlK.
Cfitenlm. I.'ikeli thi'MiL-li Miiiim ,\ l'i., reei-lvi!
*l>irhil mitir.r, ivl'li'.il' clinrt'i.   InIIm. '
Sciemific flmericatt;
A Jinnrl-onio\y llln.xl rrit^il lvccklv. }.t\ri:<"*t rir.
-■uinlioti cf (Hiv Ht'iitntillr jotirimt. ■ 'IVrnis, f.'{ n
\-.'(ir; f'.ur hkhiiIih, 41.   .Sold by nil fif>w««ilcalnn«.
IVIUiNN&Co.3e,B'-d^ New York
Ilnnicti Oltlc*!, IM K'SU WiMbiniftun. D. C.
East and West
.:.,•:''. :'.'-- VIA — - .:        ■      .:" ;'" ;„..
Railway
Short  Line
ro -.-■■■' .. .. ; ..,■:      . ;
St.. Paul;; Duluth,';.      •   ''•;.. ;
ytVtinnea])oiis, Chicago...-
.AND   At.I.   POINTS" KAST
Seattle,   Tacoina. Victoria.   Portland
.      AM)   .U.I.'PACII'IC l>lvlST   I'./INTS   .
2i''.\ST     'I'll.VIXS        ' , O
(IVKIILA.VD -DA l'i.V ^.'
.for   rales, 'folders ,;iii(l   I'nH ilil'cil'liiii-
t.iiin i-irifardiny I rips, i-ull on or addruss
s. <;. VKKICKS. ci.w.i'.a;. .
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Hi v<:rsid<i A vn.'i Spokaiin. W'usli.  ,
|PheLap|est
Mineral Areas
;(Qpa.l7'-:Fieids-;yqn:y^
American *Gpiitiii^n^ y
:'are':'SituateMiiP|;|H:S
South East Kootenay
pass
■ The proposed Crowv^^est aiM G^
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thrptigh Fort S
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Choice Baisiness aiid
esi(i0iice fets fbi^
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50   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
.-WANTKH ■ SI-'.VKUAI. I X 1)!'STI: I-.
oils pi'i'sons ill I'lii'li mI.ii.Ii' Iii li-avi-l lor ;
liousi- rslalili^lii-d i•!i-vi'ii i I'll i■■. and ivil li j
H lai'iir rapilal. lo i-.'ill upon im -ri'lia id « |
and a^i-.nls for sticri's'-riii a iid'|n-olila Iiii-.[,
Iiii.'. I'l'i'iiia in-ill i-nj.'aiyi-iiH-nl. V\"«■•'•k- !
ly i'iisIi salarv nl fl'l and all Ira'.ilin^j
I'Xpi'iiscs and linti'l liill-- ad\',-ini-i-d in '■
cash' oai'ii ui-i'k     lv\ piM'ii'iii'i' mil (■—.—.<-ri- I
tint.      .M.'iil ion ri'l'.'i-i-i >   and   oni'losi' I
sidl'-adilii'.s.-od I'livi'lopi't     "'I'ilK  . NAT-'i
I i,\'.\l„ :i::-j Hi-ai-lioi-nSi... Clii<-'ii«'o.".
Port   Steele
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MANUFACTURERS     and     BliEWER,S    OF    EXTRA    FINE
PORTER
IjP^If
:BBERl:*%
No matter what your ideas or preferences
are about a rifle, some one of eight differ-
f'\A ent'"'Winchester xnodcls will' surely suit
''l you. Winchester Rifles are made in .all
calibers, styles and weights ; ancl whichever model you select,, you can count on
its being well made and finished, reliable
in action  and a strong, accurate shooter.
,  .' FKl/l: ' Smut* your' name and address' nn. a postal
card   fur   our .164   page   illustrated    catalogue.
WINCHESTER   REPEATING   ARMS;CO..
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
SOLD:   BY    THE ,.BARREL, ■: KEG'   OR
Bottled beer.-'for"'family use a specialty
0UT811)10 OR'DKUS .GIVEN STRilOT .^PROMPT ATTENTION
BOTTLED!   ^ ■ ;   , ':'v o,r":" V-
•■!• .Fort, Steele
P. O.  BK./X 812 .
ELEPHONE   NO.  1 '
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED r
Miitz   &  Scottj Prop's
A   Kiiic.  I;ini■ of
Cigars, P'ipes.iuid Tobaccos
Billiard  Room
Gigar   Store
'• WA.TCIIMAIvKK  ILlld   .IKWKLKIt
ENGRAVING and REPAIRING.
—    PERIODICALS
Toys,   Books   and   Stationery THE PROSPECTOR,  FQRTIsTEELE,  B...C., MAKifj-l  20. 3.91.14.  5DJte $��0&p&ci$K  SATURDAY,TM'AJU.'iI 2b, HXi-1  ���...   .NOTICE,       ,  , Notice, is he'i-clJ.v,Kiv��'ii lliiil.llili;i.,v"<liiys iifu.'i-  dato I intend to apply.'to, tlm Chief Coinmis  i'Kioner of Lands anil Works ui'i'l'���' the Assistant  Commissionoi'p of Lands , mid . Works, for,,  tho' IMstriot,. bf-y 'Knst ' Koplciiiiy .-for 'ji  LIcenKOlbprospect for coal and petroleum'oil  the following described, kind, ���siliiutcd on  Kintla Crunk about, one mile iiorlli of tin;' Internal iohal  Hoinidnry Line in  Lot -I5'.i:i Fas't,  -..  ICootetmy:<1 istrict'. Jiiitjsii Columbia.   ,77 .  :.;'Ooiiuiierii;in!,';at;iiyiiosL  planted'-'.'on'..lyiiilli'l  creek,about tiire'e iiiiJesfroui where the creel:  ���crosses 't'iie liiteiiiiitioniilHoiuidiiry line'., being  ;  , l|(i;,yiiiiiiiil; post  of   Sc'lli   Tlioinns,' ciiivni and  rrrtiiimciiriioiw  ���tlllilH'CSOIllll SO ehnlllS. llll'lll',!.'  WOSt,, SO    clll'llllS  1 . ;lo the phiob of beginning;, eoliiiiiiiing Old nines  more or loss. ���,��:���.'"        '���'      '-,      '   '''���������  . yLoealcdlhe. lSUi'd'ay.bf Jsinuifry.l'.ioi.  .    ;;'  ��� : :-y .;, -yy ;�� sbih Thbinns. Locator ���  ''���;;.-;- ,i-:'f::'./ '.,'���'.       ������.lnliiitiloyii,.Ageiiiy  I'.   Commencing lit 11 post plnnled   011Kinthi  7 Creek about three miles I'i-oiiiwIksi-ij the creek,  , , '-crosses the.In'iei'iiu 1101111)'VJixunliiiT. line' being  ,f tho 111 ftilt 1 post of William flliiyn's.eliiim; tind  "���   being adjacent to Solli.'i'hoiiins southwest cbi-  y.i.ni.'i' post and. iiiii'i-kod .WIllinni.Gluyii's  north,  wesl   corner, jiost."  t"'ou'eir:,souih   SO  chains.  tlicnceenst SO^cliaiiiKytlioiiccJini-th  SC��'. chains  ��� ': Uicnob w'esf;S(ichii!ns,to ilie plnco of beginning  " containing (ill) acres more'or loss. . j  ....'..- Located this istli duyiofJaniiiiry. lOOi.       ', f  ' ',>��� '-';,,-- .���'���'...-��� ,;7y'   y.i Wjiliiiiii qjnyn,'Locator " '  .-;���������;.-.'-'.V.'.-'.,-���'���'.... .;'y.'7.���','.���������.' : .sv-;'.1 ���>it'n.tsi����y 11...ak*mit���  ���'.'.,.   X   Commencing iit n'pdst.jiliiiiteii  on.' Kiiitlii  '��� Creek nbpii i thi-e'e miles i'l-oni '.where tho'erook  "ycrosses tli'o' I il i.tVri iu t iotin 1 Itoiimliiiy line, being  'west of and adjacent lo.Williaiii olpyn's elaini  . it being the initial post of Miliy A./rii'djiuis,  /.elaim iiniV.inarkeiljMiiry ;.A.' Thoiiiii.-iyiiortlieasi  corner post; .'thence./southSO'eliiiihsy 'ilieiice  -.'" west Ml ehiiins,. thenee north Sitciiii iiis," thenee:  ;.e;ist 80 cliainsv to tho-i��bic;e.oriietfi ii iii iifr con;  ytnihlng.iilO acres more Or less.' .;-"'-/:.' y:    ,y.  ,7;:. Located Janiiiiry 18th. -llitii, .'��� ���-;���     , p'y. "���':' "\,  *,.������''���' 'iff .,;. 7i;;7,'y;\riiry;A.JTi)pnias,,rjiicator;7 y  :%y::::'.-y .-'���.:��� y .- r'l;,+ y 7. .::ii.f.:.: ..:���; .1 oil lit J lo.vn ,��� Agehlv V  yyyiyyConiintoneiiiK iiiii'post. pliintedybn; Kintla  yCrddkaboutthied miles^  7 ia-osse.s'the 'lniei-niitioiial'-ltoiiiidar.Vv.liiie'iind  7 being y north:. of;' iiiidc'adjacent- .io'-'-. Mary; Ai  y T.lipniiiK'.cliiim', it being ilie initiiil post of ,1 line  "Gloyii's cliiiniiiiid iniirkeil;,laiioG'loyn;s sbuth-  eastcoi-n'er post,':theiiee north SOi:.iiailis,���.theiiee  jwesi'80 chai i.is7tluiico. sou til .SOidinins. tjieni'b  7 eiisi K0. e.hiV i nJi'yi <"> Tii i; lHsftclulprii^iiiriii liil^'T c/Miy-"  ytniiiinfc'idO iicrosymbrc or Ipss:. .7;/  ;������ Z:..:.. ',;��� '���;.-,  i';.Located-Jiin 11ary. 181 ii,S1801...y��.7: .::,,': ''..'  77:777,7 .,:.:"���. y ��� f:,:'>���'.i '���',."��� ��� yjiini: Uloy.n, Local or 7.;  .:   !i   77:77y-L.y    yy-yi :��y,    JolhitiloynyAKcnt.  ������ ��� , NOTICE. -  '''Notii:o'"���]'�� hereby yiv<..-n,lliiit, .'thirty  diiys after date I intend lo.tipjil.vio tlie  C/hiel' yC'diiimis.siiiiier uf. Lands aiid  Works and -the Assistant (Vrmmissioiibr  ofL.-init.s and \Voi-ks for. tho Distrii't of  ':,������ .     " NOTICE. , ..     ....    ,    ������"���  Notieo is Iicrehy given that thirty, day's 'after  date' I intend to ''apply to,the Chie/.Coiiiiii if  sionoj of-Lands and Works and the AsfiBtun.t'  Coiiniiissioiier. of Lands aiid .Works for the  District of lOust Kootenay for a License to prospect for Coni and Vetrole.iiiu on -the.-, follow! i:ir.  lOltst   Ivootonay   i'oi-   a   J^icCllSC In pros-   descrilied.land situated on Kiiitlii Creek'in Lot  peet foivCoalaiid Petrol emn on iho foi- I l:m-^\- Kootenay.-. ..:������;:   f/'yi   ��� '������������ ������"'fy  lou'ing ydesei-ilied land situated on  Kintla Ci-eekin Lot ,4.r)93 .East Kaote-  iiity District., British fcblumbi'ii:.-;-'-. '��� '  .���Cumnisnoinj;- at ii, ])0st jilaiitod on  Jvintla Creek, about one mile; north of  the Ititei'iiiil.iotialyBiJtiiidtu'y beiiio- J he'  initiul. ])ost <.rio'rth of and ' ;idjaeeiit I'0  (iebl-ye y N.' j\!i;0i'e^'(,y;-'s elaiin^anil  inttrkeil .lolin Aj,:,AiVilro's soitiliwesl,  (.���Oi'iior. post,.- theneey east SO cliain.--,"  ,iliiyii:e;..iipi'l.li;.S|LeIiai.ns,;4ll<i^  chains, thenee soiltli K0; ehains in jiiaee'  of beo-innin'o- eoiifaiiiin^' 0-10 iiei'i's.iitore,  or Jess. ������':.',' y.yy''.   y. ��� .,   .���';-;" ;'; ���'  ...  :'���' y.. '..'.���   ���'���I.olii.i .A. Andee, Loi'ittor   ���  ; (.ieoi'o-e, N. M.eG'i'eH'oi'.vA^-ent  7 .Loi:!ttecr.laniiiii'y7tStii, 1904.;   f ���!)   .'  o'.;.. yy; ���., :f;: "'������ notice. ..... . ;���;;; . y,;  /."Notice is hei-eby -riven,- fhatyiliii'l.y  days iiliei' date T intend to a])])ly ioTlie  C'l)ii.!|yjC()i]iniissioiiei'7.oJ"',.-.Lantlsy and  Works and the - Assistant,; (..'oinniission-  ei- 'orLandsiind .W'.oilfs foi^.tlie Disfrh'l.  ofslOttst,,Kootenay for ii License in pi-os-"  pec). fot: Coni'a nil TVI.rolemii on tin;- IVil-  lowiii��''. ..(Ip.-ici-iFied laiid.': sifnateii; on  j-Ciii'U:i'c'.;i;ctjk.-iii-'.li?or.; '-4di):|'.' 'iStisll; Kool'o-  nay::Disi,ricf,'British CbliiinliiiL;- ;  7 -yCpinhi'eiiciiiy-.iat; it ��� jiost;: planted on  ���Kintla Ci-eekftbiHi tyoiie., in ijq;; north ,'oi;  theyrnl,0!'iial.ioiia!!;Bbiindai'y lieiiiTThe  initi!tJ.vpbsV:U-esC;C)ryiihiL;i.djacent;t;o.l6J)ii  Coniineneing atVn post planted,on, Kintla  Ci-eeic about one mile north of the Interniition-  iillioiiiidary, being the, initial post and marked  pcorge X. McGregor's northwest, cdrfier' post,  thence east 80 cliains. tlience south Wl ehainsy  thence west 80 eha iiis., thence north ��0 'ehiiins  to place of.begiimiuL; iiiideoiitaiiiiiig 010 acres  more or less. ,y   . , ", 5 ������:.'��� ���-'''���'���  ;   OeorgeN. MeOregci, Locatpr.,;.  Located .liuuiary .18,'"l!ilH.',';  y       . ���/" ���'''    !i  ;������;;���';:',;���������   y.   notice.   -... -������,;.���';;.'���  Noliee is hereby;giveii-''ilim: thirty days uflei  ;da'ie.y^viy;-tlie:,iin!lei-sbnii!il  to tlie Chief C'oiiiiiiissioiioi-.d'fJLarids".andyWoik^  at Victoria .11. (:." nnd-.tiie Deputy Commissioner of Lands a nd.'\\rorks ior,$oiu)ieiiH,t.ivooteiiiiy  li. C., for licenses to, prospee.l. .for.. Coal  and i'etroleiiiii. oii;.;ihe loi lowing deserlbed  liiiiils,.situated iii tlii^sijviili-easterii' portion;ol  iin'st'Kooteniiy, II.C, and about twelve miles  east.of tlie. town of Osiuer, il.C' and about' one  thence south so cliatas.' lljeiivc easlW! i-hiiius  tiienee novtli SOelmihs, thuiice wi'si ,S0, elniiiis to  place'of beginning ami containing lilOaeres.   .  .-,'���', '   ' V\'illiam, Hutchinson. Locator  "i :  William:Mc.Millen. Agent  ,. IS. ', Commencing at a post planted at ttie  southeast;.coi-iicr. the'sanie being ilie initial,  post ol C'oraTousley's elaim' adjiieent to tin-  southwest conieiiif C:ii-1 Gjoby's etaim. tlieni-e  n'orih ��� 80 chains^, thence ..west'', SO chains,  tiienee south 80 chains, thence < ast K0 chains to;  place of ibegin'iii.-ig and containing 0.10 acres. .;.  :  ,      '��� '���"���;.  Cora Tousley. Locntor,   ,  ��� ���''���'.'...������;.'. ������       . Williani McMillcn, Agent  "Datedjiiii.;;oth.-iadi.   ,7,������'.,'������  ��� 'III. Comihei.icing.7ai .a post-planted, at. the  southwest comer being the.initiiil post; of Carl  Gjoby's elaini, and adjaeeiit to tlie southeast  eoriiei-'of Coia/i'diisipy's ciiilin,'. thenee north  WJ chains, tlience east SO chains.- tiiene.P -south  80 clHiiiis, tlience west; ?0 ehains 'to the 'place' o  i��3R��cwaMr-i3tta5aa��wwaa.3^-n-raaii^w��Kr**  '���;.:���<> '   ,     :   NOTICE.     .. ..'   ���,-.���".'-������'���  ..Noli'ee ik'herebv given i imt thirty  day's , af'tor  iliite 'J, l'jiI.beli-t'.li.-.'iMiis!rr.-.inieiii't toniijily to ijie  .Chief CoiiimVsIpiier of LalnJs and  Wrnks  and  the  A.ssiKtiint; Commissioner ; i>f   ',ands   iini)  Works.fpr the tiistrii-t. of Eiis|l'K'o'p'cliiiy. for n  license, to pros]ieci for con 1, and p: ti-oieiim oh  the following d.'seribed' land s/uiateyiiboiii.tr.-r,-  miles,norih of tlu;, Internatioiiat-TJouiiiiary  In,  tho Southeiisti-rh  portion   of   Ka'st 'Kootenav  JDisii-ict. British Columbia,:;.-    ">'.'��� , '������  ']  .'.  ^"^'".fnciiig fi.t ri post planted iit the;.south-  wost:eorhei and. marked  southwest eiirnur oi;  pillierlH. Master's coiilaiK'l coal oil'eliiim..-be-���'  ing die initial.post iiiijiieent.'iti' the,H'oiit.he:ist  corner.'pf ywilliam ,H., ijiljon's cbiim. tlieni-f  norlh S'J'eh-iihs'; ih\in'.po.,eiist SO'.chains,  ihence,  south 80. ehiiins;  ilich.'e  w-est, SO.elii'iins to.th" J  place.oi'.begiiiiiiiig and eoiilaining i^O/jicie's,  '������':���������.-;   '' -,.-���     ,   .Oilbei-tllv-Alaster, Loc/iioi' '  ;b,iaiies.,Fisher. Agi.-ni  A.yAndi'e^ytdairayiiiiil ihiii'ked'.Jbliiijfc;  Siil.liviiii.'ii;;soiM  west.SO ohitiiis,; thenee iiortii SOcliitins.  .theiiee eas,t.:80cjiaiii.sytiieiii;ey.s(.)iil.li- .80  bliiii.ns,:t.py'pjjii:i!'rtfil.i.ti^iiinin'ji' c<inl;iini.n;i--  1140 itereS niore or:;iess.y - - 7.1 ,..-���.., y-f^  y r 'y ;; ;,iohii'S, Stilli\'aii".'Loc;Vt.dt'.;..  ,' '������-���;;,:): yy. ~(. CI eb i ���gu N.: iVl It ��� Q i; ii o-o r,.: Ag-e n i.;  "y'Locatied .iaiiiiiirv iStlL l!)04'/.y;;' yti';.;:'  y;fyyf.y,yy ;yy;yyp NOTICE., ������"y^'^^^y^f  :'77.' Notice,is hei-eliy givoii'thiit liOiinys after iliite  .;y i in tend .10 apply-,tq tiie Chief:. CoiumiRsipnei',of.  ������yLiinds iiiul \yorksiind. the/Assistant' Couniiis-  '-'���'.siohor of Lands iiudvAVprks for,ilie;''ili,s(ric.t;:of  Eii.si;,Kobieiiiiy ���- rbivii;'-;rJiesbiisc io prospect: foi-  ;; f Coiil niid-1'etroIpiim on the followiiig described  ''hindsi tun fed on' ICi.n tlii Cieek.ii lioiit.y^ne;.. hii le;  ;-y.-ynbrtli\ii-'nr-;::yilic'vh.i.&^  :; iind;r yiibotit;.;' live .' i iiiiies.yy fi-om;;'!^-where"  ;.ytlio'<;rcok crosses the: liiloriiaiipiiai; lioundiii-y  ^y'iiheiirLotliit'liSoiuheasieriippi-iioh of British:  t:y col iimbiii.y.y.yy...;.'; j.;- ;-y 7;.:;i;;yy; ,'y y.y";.-' -iz: "f;.yf.  7; ,, i;7 Coninieneiiig'alii post pliiiitcd- on-. Kin tin  y.-iireek iiblhgabpiiC-i lhiles west p( June ployli's  yysbutii��;est;corher, post., irbeijig.tiip. In.il hi Impost.  V.jjb^/'.iliU'sliiill^Tlioihi^  ���K-sliaiii.U'hbiiiiLVySpiiiiiw'^sl'-jeo  ;-: iioi-thSO ciiiii hsy:.tliehc6;east ;S(tt iihiuhs-ythence'  f-yspiiilrWichiiins,: thelicey west ;S0.;i;hnin'sytoothe,  '-'irpUtcd'dfyiju^iiin'ii'rsj- c,oiitViiiiinVitVPu^t"C(5;iiipr��-'-6r'  .7y;iessy;yyy,r:y f:::-z<fj^"'fr:^:yyy:f'jf'"vft''ff'.  v;': Locitteiiyiaiiiia'ry lSllOiiiOI. 7 yyf'y.y '>; y'yyy  <���; ': y ���;���; -"Mnirshali 'rhomiisilipciiioiiy-7  yyyy, ���-';,, -,  ;l;f;;.:' .i6hiiOioyn,7Agent,;y  :.!���������:���.. i.-Cpiniheiiciiig at ii post pliintody.pi)   Kintla  '.. Creek'being south 01 aiid iuljiiee.nl-.'io Mni-shnli  ' .Tli'omns' idainii aud;lieing,the  iiiitiiii..post. of.  ;'.AVititer; A. 'Stevensons '���; elnini- 7 mitt: trinrkeel  '���.���-.Wnlter: A.,{,St.eyensons,. iiortiiwest eornei;post:  tiienee enst.-Sii chains.'thenee so.iith SO ehiiins.;  y lliciice west SO'ciiains. thence nokh SO ciiaiiis  to thephiee'of beginningyeoiitiilnihg (010 iicres  more or less.      ��� ��� -l -,-,i'!'������-'. -To-.-'���', -' .-.   ���    ���.-���'-   .;,.  7c,yLociitcd Januiiry lStli; Iiiul. :.'���''-"  '; 'fy\   :  ���'-?'- ���-;  7,-7\V:iltci- A: Stevensons, Loeat'5r��'-;.  -''":���,.  ' '.'.���'���.���..:���   f .'���;���'John Cilbyn,;'i\'<tenl-'  ,; . :r;.Coinmeiieihg!ita liost; phi 11 led on Kin tin  Creek being west, of aiid adjiieent to/Miirsiiall  ''Thomas' claim-; it being tiie.,iiiilini post' .ioiiii  U. Daniells claim and markeil.l|olm Kiybiiniol Is  .southeast coriiei- post: lliencj; west 80 eiiains.  thenee north. SO; ehains, thence east SOehains,  tiienee south SO ehiiins to tlie phieiiqf beginning  ;-eoiltniningiVIO ueres'liiore pi- less.' .    ;"������',;.'��� :���*-;  1" Located .liiniiiiry I8U1. Iflill.-       ,,,-���;   y 7  ���'������- ,.--��� :."--, :. .lohn It/iyanicils,.Loeiit6r ;,  .-77 .,--y.. y-yy-.y' .lolih Oloyn, Agent-5--  y.-l.'.; Coin nieneiiiga tn iiost, pliintiiil on Kintla,  Creek west of and iuljnceiit-to;'\\rnlter A. Siev-  ciirfons claim, it,:.being the iiiii.ini piisf of  William  Hull's .claim   and  innrlied   \\Tilliam  ; Hull's northeast eorner iiosl, llicnce west, SO  chains,.tlienco soiitii .SO'elinins, -.(.liciiee eiist-80  1 cliiilns. tiienee iiorlli So elniiiis tOy.the place' of  biiginning containing 010 acres niiire oriess;  .   Lociiti!:|,)iiniiary istl'i l'.io-b     .   ;y        7* -  jiv . ��� ���-;���;,-,.        .    William Uiiil, Loeiiior.  .   ti-' ������'������''���.-.,���    '���'���  . .lolin.aioyil. Agent  :fv.^f'FF^^^l^E-yF:C'''Fy,- ::���'  vNiiticcyis;,lioro.byyifi ven fliatyiO ihtys;  al'tehdak; Lintciid.t.p'itjiply1 loythe.Cihief^  CJotiiniissibtiei'. of' Lands; and ^'^rk'S'i'iitilth ti Assistant..(-.'oinniissionei-y of Lands  and; AVor'S ,1'oi' .the -District' of-���,'���.'Hiis'f  Kbotenayforrii license^ to; prospect  for  eoal':;iihd'pe'tirolen'ni: oii tlie   fd!lo\viti;i  ���describiid hinil^sifualk! on IviiiUa prtiek  iiiy'Jsob;^45!)8,:'VyKiis  .Bi'itishyColunil.iia.y.y,;..yy;;'' y>y; !,-rfiy-:f y  y';Cbnimeiicino;'yat: ay lihstyplitnted;; qii  Kintla'yGi'eek^aliont -.-.iiiiti^iiiilo! -nprtji1 b'f?  tliuVTiil.'drii'iitipn.ii^Bbuj}^  ihitiiiiyypost'y.west 'pf imd ; iidjaefiit-to;  Gcor'o'iy.-y'N.--' ;y>lciv!!^��-p)''s;;yclai.jiiy itnci;  iiiai'ked;Geoi'o-e';;-i';;-. Siittbn'sr;iiot'tlieas|t.  /conici"'\;'i)o'8t^  theiiee .south .SUiChiuhs, thi;Miije.;eiist-S0  chaiiis'ytheiieeyiioi'tiiysO'yehiiiLi^  plapeibfyUidgih-hingyy; (���6ntaiinh-g-;;fi40  at;i',o.s;;ih'6i''&--6'i;.:lliiSsyj;';'-,!i-y  y.y; -f't'lf. f Qftorse^Nv;. Mefet'ei|oi'y;iA(i'eiit  ,I;;lSfiate^l'anuai'A^  \:FF^FF::N9Vtt-:'^;y:.':'r��Fj'--  .; Notice i'siiei-e'liy given tii iit thirty days lifter  ;d!tte;i.;;i;iehai-d Hiiinill. ihiehd'io.apply, li.'Ihe  Chief Comihissionei' pf;Lands and .Wdi.-ks. and  'the Assistniii-'��� Goiniiiis'sioner of Liinds;. uiiil  Works foi- tlie -District- or .Riist Kootcniiyyfor a  license; to prospect for coiil iind 'lailroleuinybii  tho, following desei-ibbd land situate aboiit,foiir:  iiii les. west of the Jflii I lio.it!'K-i vpr'ad joining .the.  eastern liouiidury of lildnii.C.' Dickson's chiini.  in the soullieasierti portion of l3ast..:Kooteriii.y  bislrict.iirilisli Coiiliuhia:������ ,7 fy:':;��f:'y >���  ?������ Cpmmeiicingiit a post, plniitcd lit the .soiiih-  ,wi3st coiner, .and f'inarked sou I Invest epnier of  Richard I-Iinnill's ebnl iind coal oil claim, being  the ihit.inl post iidjiicciit. to tiie southeast, corner  of 13 il rii C. liicksoii's iClaiin.'i lichee north SO  chains, tlience eiist 80 elini ns, thenee. sou lli'SO  .ehiiiiis..ilicnee west SOi'chains to ilie pliice'.;df  beginning and, eontiiiniug 010 iicres,    ; '  .''.;.: ',���,'���..     Richard Hainlll, Lpciit'or':.;.  -77 y-y   ;., .''"iv;.''"' .'. .l.uiues FisheryAgcnt;.  Dated this^.-hil day or.riinuiii-y, 1001.:  mile east, of the Boundary Line"of tlieC'uniidiiin  I'iielllc Co's:gi'iim,iiml���(.���ust'of^tlii'.'.iN'.orlli I''o'rii  of the South Kork'bf Micliei.Creek.-being on  th(':west slppc'of the Rocky i\ibuiiliilii' range  and   iiboiii.!- ten   hilles   south -of Crow's Nesi  t'liss .yy "���:';���:/'''.��� ���������;���-;'.'.   .;.������ ';y.,-7y.y:.'���"' fyf  '������ i. Commencing iii^ii': post'.yiiluiii'cil ,-iii. tlie  noiihwesl-y.corner, being;��� tlie^lniiiiii !;po.si of  Andrew, L;';ili)ff'i<.ii>liiliii iind. ndjiiceiit i.o1 tlie  iioilliAVest'eoi-u'ei- of.Inseph lloff's claim, theiiee,  south SO elniiiis. theneejiiisi,",tio.' cliiiliis','^tlieniie  noi;Mi SOchiihis, thcncC'Wi.'StSOeliaiiis^to phiee  ol beginning nnd eontiiiiiiiigiiioiipresy-;'; .-  y ;.-  yty,; ',''-.-. y ,y Andrew L. HblfiLoeiitdi-.,,.  ''f" ';������/"' '���:���"��� ''' V','.- f Wil)iiiiii:Meiili]leii*Ageiit;y  y'Daled-.laii.-rjlljill'ioi,..':,' ^yfyffiy.f^y.f^y  . :i.   ConiiiRUiping] iii. i'i;;pbsi7 planleilyiityilie  iiortiieasieoi'iier of Joseph L. Ifpff'^claim; l>e-  iiig'llie';iiiitiaij;pys^y;iiiencey;soijth;.So''eJm  thenee.wesiySq;elii],lns,;'ilience;,no!-th.;80' eliajiis  tiience'ViistSOehiiinsi'o Iheplace pfbegiiiiiiiig;  eoiitiiiiiingoto iiiires. ���"'.-;.���;;'.,."?-yy-y ������'']" .'y;;;;". ��� "y  , ,'.'���;.. \yyy. -. v,...,.... '���;,.. -,... .losepli Lyil6lT;.Lbca.tory.  ;.''��� ��� ������' '������'.:.���"������ ���. 777 Ay'illiiiinyAIeMilleii, Ageh't.y  y; l'Jiile<l--.riiii.-,-:^iii;-|il)Ol.-'--,-;-.''--.y'-.'.-''- ,���;';.'���':���-'      ���.;���" f.'f';  ; :i.,f Coiiinieiiciugyia.jas^ipstypiiihted; iit-iiie'  spiiiheiist coriier 'beiiig,. tlio.;iti.i.l.iiil< post;; of  O.eorge7 jlikeison's].claim; lindy'iiiijaePnt 7-10  .)ose'pliL.;Hbft''s;e,iiiiiu;'.tlieii(:'ejiortii Kf! ciiaiiis,���  ,tlip!ipbwest80ehiLiiis,.tlieiice;.sbiith;;8o;;eliiiiiisy  'tlieiice eilst0S(iidiiiiiis,io;tiieTilil(!<J. df;);cgiiiiiiiig  coniiiiiitng it-lO'iiercs."; 'f ���?;������'������.:���; -y. .������-'���' .'��� yff''' fi y  ���::':���;'. :��y{;y.yt^--.L!Liie.oi'KO.-Mik��lVoii^]ipe;i tori...;.  ','y-if ' - y" ; ; ': - V\Mlluiiii;jIcM'il.icii;;Agent;y;  ���"; 'IJsiLcd'.iMii'y.iiitli.ilfllil. ffr;fi?:ff\:i-fZ/f if)  ,- -1.^ "Coiiiiiiencing lit.'juJ.iKist.iiiuiiied '.-ii't'.'iTib'  sputliwest'cpi'iieivbeiiig theiiiitiiil. pbst:'��pf ,.oic  ;i':.;Aiid(;rsdii'.s,.eliiiiiiyiLnd.;iidjiie;eht lb tlie'iio'i-tii  Hycstjeoriierby'-Anil^  ;iicii-tii y soycliiiinsyy thenee;; yeastj ySO'ychuins,:  thence south S(i ehiiiiis.j tlience,; west'.SO.'Chiiiiis  ,'.lb rdace.of.licginniii^'ii'na-cojitiii^iin^iwfl.i.iiqros,';  ���.... ;;;'-: ,yKy   .7 pie lil.yAiiderson: i'ocatbry1;;,;;:  (��'.-���'':���" .V.'|.;,''-;'^i'-y'-;,;^'i;Hvii.iluni.MijMn  ;yvp;aedyjiiiira)t]i;-i'ooi;y7yy;yy;y.yyy;f;7' yy ;y  y i>. Goiiiiiieneiiig^iii^ayypbsiy'iilaiiteilijiiyihc-  nortlieiist iioriicr being 111 cj���'! 11 itiuIJ'post,b.fy .J0I111.  O.'Skiiiir'.s.cliiiiu and adjacent tb tliii soiitheii'sl;  cpiiieiy'ofTeiiiiiiii^AiideiSon  sou tii ^Siiyebiiiiisy^iliqiiee'sAvesty'ySO; chains^-  theucp npitl^SOchiiihs,; theiiceea.stSO ciiai ns to.  jjoijii.-'orbeBiniih^  ���-";;- If';;;     .-���;������; ���������'.;.-.'-;!j;'-;;v:.-';'.Ibliii O.^ Skiuir, Locn tor ;���" >  ;iyy;''7;:;;; yy;^:.;-y y; wiiiiani-MeMiiieii, Ageiit.y;  ':.. '.biueii; j;'iwi;:i;btliy 1 iio-l "y:*'.' 'f:}: fi f'f. yfiyf'yf  bcgiiinlng, and cdntiiliiiiigbioaeres;.;;..;:/.;-.;'    , -.. .!)u ted this 10th iJny.of January,' i'fl'H.  yWilliaui Mi'Milieii.y'Agejit  NOTICE-,'   ,' .���-..;.,.';. -  ���.V.jticc in,hi.-iv'by .;iven ibai liilrty ilnys a't.er  .ilat,i�� L- l-'r.i'nk  t;.  Steyeii's',', .inj...ml toiippiy to  th C ��� ..ef-Cpinmissiori'ei- .i-i   Lu;,iK a ad --Works''  and tljeyAssisnyiit Coramissioricr of  Lands.'and"'  Works for the DKtrir-t.ofJinst 'K.oot'..'iiiiy;-fo'r.*y  liyeiue to prpspei't'/.if'coui  and' pc:i-i;lv-uin  on  the followiiig ileseribed hind iimu.ie. hIio'j;. -0 ie  .mile \vest.of the J'-'liithe'ln! Riv.i.'r in'  ili'iyVdutii-  i'astei;n  pifiU.myoSfEiiiiv':liao jiiiiyf D:s,tjicl.  iiriii.sl! Ci>l Pin bia :,'-������' , .'    -,���''���  Commonciiig lit ;i po.sT.pia,'.7,;'eii:,-'. tlip^ouiiiv.-est  corner n.'jd iri'Vii:kl'd's.,{ivtl-i'.vi.:-! -lyory.er r.'f ;,-,'7 ,-. ^  i.-L .Stoyens-'cuui-n.;i'.i v.6;i:-i.-i;",i:-.:;'irfi; -be-'h'j!-.,'!:,,,-; 7  ilViiiiil-.Ilr^r... iidjiLcen- -������:. ih<: sbutii/-!; W !i,:i,rr.er:'c.f-  J-f.ri.y- Leyy'>'.,.i'lii!m.'-,-.!.li,f;':)ei:.'-'iii-.i:-ni .S;i.'i!taii:s, .  thenee  oii'si nil en a lii's. ��� tiic'ii Cu ���- o u 11 ��� SO tjlmini, i,  th'i.'!ice,.,>'.'est.fo ehilin's to'j)l:ii-'.'..,"oi beirlnhlTii: eon-1  ruining OJo a e/es.   - -'  :���    , ������  .'���'"'���'     , >.  i.'i'aiik i.i. S|,-re;iS, l.ui.iii.iir "     ,.-  ..   ;- ,���-, '     ������ .limn.'.KiMiei*.  '���: Dated this -Jisi-day of .hinma-y, 19,1 ���!,.-  ���Agijht'  Dated ,1 mi. -.'OthiilKH,.,  NOTICE.  ^Notice is hereby given, Dint tlin-tyda j  (hile 1, ...Jiimesy.Hliiiony iiileiul .,to  to; ������ liii)f 7 Chief. ���-, Coiiimissionery off  iiiul ';.-'.Wrork's':.' and',   .'ilie - '.Assistalit J  s ; lifter.  apply  Liinds^  ���;, Com-'  missionei-of Liiinlsahd Works for tiie (ji.strJc-,t  of ,'Kiist,.. Kooiiinay foi- a":liee,nse. |o prospeei  fpr.eoiil.yiind jiei'i-oleiiiii; on .'i)ie;.foli(iw'i'ng de-  sci-ibed;.lariirs,itiiiite one mile we��l of'Fhiihe'iid  River,- aiid adjoji.iing tlie 'liiie,i-niitioiiiii lloiind-  niy^ in tliesdiitlieastern portion oi"' .K'iist Ix'nniei.  liiiy pi^ti-ic't,.J^-ttlsliLebliiiiilMiii^-yi; l;. ' -y���" .;.:  ,;.Coniineneing;, nt' a' post.7p!iiiiteii 71.1111; mih'  west of pie Flathead Rl.ver'riiiid biie mlieHorih;  of Die iiitei-iiiitioiiii..l:..l(otiiidiiiyi., nnd 'iiiari;'bd  iioi-llioiist; corner ofy .liimps- Hinlbii's eoni; it iii i  coal oil claim; heingihe .initial post iiiijacihittp  ftlieysbiitiieiisi-coi-heipfWiiliaiiiyil. lla'iiniiy;tf  elaiin^ttieiice^soutii^o^ciiiiihsi-liienee west-sii.,  cliiiin.s, tlience iiorlh SO'cluiinsjy theiiee eiist.''So,  una ins^ tpp iiiiipof epmiiibiieemeiiiycphtaiilihg  0i0.iici-esyy;yy;,7y:yy77.-';y7,;,.'y;;y y;y-:.y, ������.>,;; y.y:y: -,  ���yy,"-'������"���������'���'--':!'��� ���'.-( ,,'lJi'uiesi 'Ilinibn.- Loeatbr f ..  ,V..";,.-;;���,-.'..,'Vry-.y.'!���:..:.���.;..: .-���'���;������������ 'i.laiuintwisher. Agent -,  y.'.I-Jiilevl'.Uiis l.'.ltli day of Janiiarv] i!|0l.77..y;;;y  ,..,;���;, ;. ,.;   ;notice. -r ' --y,;,. ���.;���;,���:  ��� 7 Notice is hei-eby giviniihii't thirty .days ;iiiei  iliup, 1, ''Herl)ei:t' P: liiickingiiiiiiiyiiiileiid. lb  apply to tlie Chief C'oinmissiiiiii.'rof L:iiid,s ai'ul  ;\\7orks ajni .the Assistiiiit Conimissionyi- of  l^niids iiiid' AVoi-ks :r(,r i]U, Djsliict iif'Kasi  iCooleiiny, for �� liei-nse to pi-osjicet fon-oal ami  petroleum pii-tlie;ioliowi.ig desenbeil lulid 'sii  uiite'iiboiHj-'oiic-liiill'', niile: 'iniiih of Cmildri'y  Oi-eel;, adjoiifiiig Fred ('.yciiinriiins- liuiiii oh  tho,east, in tlie soul liciisu;i'ii jiririKiii'Vii. I'.ntix  Kpoieiiiiy. Uistrlet. j:ritish'CoHiiiiji!a:..-,:';"_.-;  .(JoiniiiiMieiiig,   ill mi' posl   phinie'd    at ' tb  ���",.'��� ������ ���������'���':., -y ' -notice.: ������.;.:. .,;'���, ��� : ;.y  y >7btiee"is-liei-eby I'iCvh tinii tl/ir\y days; afn'r.'  ���i.iite I',- May Ll-vy. iiitfmil to ^ifipiyyio tiie.Ciiief'  Coiiuiiissi'oner ;bf, Liiniiy'i-vnii' Works iinil, the ,  A^sistiin? Commissioner Of Lniiits ibid Works '  ���'or tin.' pisuict, uf Kiist.Kootenay. lor ii I'icehV: -  to j)rospi;ei for iM.'itninl-iioirbieum' on ' thi; :foi-  low-liigdesi.'i-ilied iand si'tuute' iil)piit-rfou.i- niiles,:  iiortii of ihi^.tinernanbiiiil; Hounduiyyiu ;;tl'ie  soinbea^iiViii -pur'tiiiii of l-hi'si lv<i<r.teii;i-y- I.lisi'ric.i:  Bi-itisb Colii-mbi'n,: '.-   ..."-.,���'   ���������.���;".- ���.-,���'.'.���'���'   '  Coiiimenciii;.'- nt a |;iosi.  pliijifed.' jSit'iini soiitii  eiisl   cciinei- 'iind   niai-feed, .-.btiilie,.^!   <ii:p:fl-'m!":  O..  ���?-''���!���<<���  iiortliensl eornei- uiii!'iS'urkei)   iioitlieaM. ciiiiii i   M.u.v. Levy's 01 uri-u in!-r.-Oii j; jji 1. .etnliii.   lieing'1 t.Vie  ���v.". ���'..-' NQTict..- ,.-   .:...;-;  Notice Is hereby givcntiiiit tliirty days after,  '.(!iitel,.l3<ltili Cpiooper. intend ibupplyto the  .Chief Commissioner, of Lanils and Works' aiid  the Assistiiiit Aoiiimissioiier of.l.aiiils and  Works for the District of I3nsi Kootenuy, for a  license IO prospect for coal and piitroletim on  the following described liiiul situate about  three and one-half miles'\vesl of Ilie Fliithend  JMver and iiboul live, miles north of the Iiiter-  u-ilioiinl Houndury. in the southeastern portion  of Bast Kootenay District, llritish Columbia: -  Commencing atii post planted at the .south  east corner ami marked soiilheiist corner' of  Kdilh C. Hooper's coal and coal, oil claim; being the initiiil post adjacent to tlie northeast  corner of Michael Hunz's; claim, tlience north  80 cliains, tlience west SO chains, tlience south  80'ehains, tlience east SO cluiins to the place of  beginniiigiind containing 010 acres.  '���'��� . lCditli C. Hooper, Locator  .Tiimes I'^islier. Agent  Dated this Slid day of .Iiti.uar.y, ITO I.  G NOTICE.  Notice is hereby giyentbiit thirty days after  date 1 intend to apply to the CliicrConimission-  er of Lands and Works at Victoria, Il.C. for  11 Twenty one year timber Lease over the following lands iu North lOast Kootenay:-Cpin-  menclng at a post planted on the eiist Imnlc or  the Kootenuy River about, seven miles north of  Lot4WKI; thence east l'JO chains, tlience sonlh  80 chains, thence, east 10 cliains. tiienee, south SO  cluiins, thence eiist -10 cluiins. tlience soiilh :Uu  chains, ihence eiist -10 cliains. tlience south too  ',more or less to the north limit of said Lot l5'./i.  thence west along said nortli limit i!IO clinins,  thonce nortli ICO ehiiins, tiienee west .10 ehiiins.  tlience nortli ill) chains, thenee west 10 chains.  thence nortli 80 cliains, tlience west I'JU chains.  tlience north 80 clniins, thenee east '��/<) elm ins  to place of beginning.  Dated this mil day of November. IIHW.  r JOHN EWLV.  .-.;;. .;-.y;.7;-'7 notice..:, f 7yy ^.y;. . ...  -.-��� Notice is licreliy given tlui.(...thirty diiysiifter  date'l. ,1 ohn lOmpcy, intend to apply tq.tbeChiet  Comniissipiiorof Ijiinds and Works and tlie As-,  sislniit. Coiiniiissioiier of Lauds and Works for  the District ..of KiiySlKiibteiii'y.ipr a license to  prospect.for coiiriind pel.rolcuin.on the following deseri bed land situated; about six - 11:1 les  north of the '.International lloundnry mid about  one mile west oi tlie Flathead-Kiver. nf tlie  soiitlieaslern.-'��� portioii 'of. KastcKootenny District. Hritisli.C'dl 11 hibin: - ��� '.-'������'  yCominenciiig iit a post, pi a 11 ted iit the sontii-  eu.si'comer and ninrked "isoiitheiist eornei- of  .iblin.F.iiil'cy's ciial aiid coal oil <;liihii".i' lieing  the iiiitialposl adjacent to tlie'sontlrivost cor-,  tier of,Frank A Hewer's elaini, tiienee nortli.80  cliains. thenee westSO cliains.. ihenco south'SO  elniiiis, thence easl SO ehains'to the place of be-',  ginning and containing 010 ueres. ,  7 ':���',.     ,.1'oh 11 Kiiipey. Locator  , .Iiiiuos Fisher. Agent  ,   Dated lliis21sl day of .faiiiiiiry. I!i0|.        .   ZZ  . .-���    "'NOTICE. - v '    ~~  Take notice tliat thirty days lifter diite 1 in-  lend to apply to ilie Chief, Cpiiiiiiissioner of  Lands iiiid Works for 11 Special License to cut  and ciiri-yiiway timber from the following described lands in Sonlh Hast Kootenay District  Hritish Columbia: Coniineneing at ii' post  planted about one mile south ofKiinberleypn  the KailI'oad right of way, tiienee east SO chains  thenee north 80 cliains. tiienee west SO ehiiins.  tiienee south SO chains tOTplt'.ce of beginning.  Dated tills'-':lrd day of February, 1I1OI.  10  .        -j, ,ARTHUR. FF.NWICK. Loeiiior  ^_.___.���....._-^-__���. .................._._.  Notice is iiereliy given that thirty days iifter  date I intend to apply lo tlie Chief. Coinmis,-.  sibner of Lands nnd Works, Victoria, for a  'Twenty-one year timber lease over the, following lands in Nortli ICast Kootemiy: ������Coni-  mencing at'a post planted on the east bind; of  Die Kootemi/ River iihoiit seven miles north of  Let Sri'.lii, thenee east SO cliains, tlience north  -.MO chains, tlience west -10 cluiins, thenee nortli  |i.O chains, tlience west'It) elniiiis. tlience 11brt.l1  80 clniins. thence west-In clniins. thence ..north  100 cliains, tlience west 10 cluiins. tlience north  SO ehiiins, tlience west :U0 clniins. thenee south  SO cliains, ihence easl -10 cliains. tlience south  pill ehiiins. thence east 10 chains, tlience south  SOebiiins, tlience east -10 ehiiins. thenee south  ir.0.chiiins.,:tlience Cast 10 elniiiis. tlience ij'oiilli.  ���M0 cluiins. tiienee east 2W cliains to tin; place  <>f beginning.  Diiled this 17l.li day of November. t'.'O.'i.  r>" ANDREW H. ORACK.  'y.tiiy:Coiiimei;ciiig.y^it;ii ' pbsiyiiliiiiied;':at';tliei  north we.st.oor  y\hdersbri'.S;"claim; and licljaeeiit tothe iiortiieiist  coi'iie'i-yyif;5;.Tphh ^pit.Skiiiir'sy^laiihyyilieiice;  'soutilvs'u.^^  ilieiien nprtti'SOJeliriinsi'theiieeVwds't.^^80 ichains  to pliicc of;beginiiingiind containiiig(>I0aeres.'\  Z-...U-'���'���:7":'.',.���.:���>��� .V;joini''Aiido.i-soii,,-Lpcii.tor ;.->  .','yyif'.-.yy-.f.' -. .;;:.w.iiiiam-_Moi\iiiieiij Agent.;.  ;:yD!iiiii--.iibi:;Stii;'i!)iMyyy'.y ;���';;. iiffif,yfi:f  7. -Coniirieiiciiigjil ,,a.;post,7planted :iit;the  sbu.theast yeoriicr,- b'eingi ''tlie..;initinl post, of  Teriiine'Aiidei-soii's claim1 and adjiieent lb'tlie  iibrllieiist 'coriier of Joliii'-VO. ..Skiiiii-'.s ' claiin.-  tlieiice ..liprtli SO chains, thence west 80 chilins,!  thenee south SO.chains,; ihence east, 80 elniiiis,  lb plneo'of. bog-innihg^iind Vioutaiiiiiig ��>10 acres,,  l. -,%,;,'���'' 'reniine-Au'dei'sbh, Locator y,  .vi, 7 . ..', ,:i '���;���' '������'���'-'���-,.Wi.lliii'iii Mc.Miileii, Agent'"  .-"Dateir.iniiyiOlh. )1HW.;- i . "';, )fyf ~i'f '"' f:i::l  ' 8.' Cpiiiinenciiig at ,'u post,- plaiiled: at ytho  southwest; corner .being: the initiiil post..'.' of  limihii ��� Mikelsbn's' idiiiia,' ancl adjacciitto ,the  northwest, coriier of 'John Anderson's cliiiin  tiienee iibi'tli. ������;���&),::, cliains, ; thence 'eiist.' SO  chai lis, theiice.'sbi.iUiSb.eliaiiis. Ihence,.: west 80  ciiaiiis lb ]>iaee of bsgiuiiingiind cbiitiiihing (i-10  iicres. -������;"������:.'������'���.--'..'���-' ���:.;'(.-"-.,���������'"'"���'"'.-'.' ���-:''���',���'���;���'.���'���':-;'���':���'  ���    ,7      .."..: Kmina'AIikelson, Locator ���;,.  '"..'j .y.'-i'".-. ,". "u. AVilliiinr MeMillcil, Ageiit ���'--.'  y Dated JamAiih; iiii)!?'''. ������ ��� iff :ry ["~f- fyT'  '7, 0. Coilinieifcingjit- a posi' planted nil the:  .sputlietist.cbi'hei' the siinie being the initiiil post  of S; Swezcy's.Plaiin uiiil aiijaccnt to the north-.,  easl corner'of George-.batley's claim, tlience  north 80chains, theiiee 'westSO.clinih.s, thence  south SO cluiins,,thenee east 80 chiitiis to 'tiie  phiee of -beginning and containing 010 acres. ;  'r ..<;���''��� .'.'���..''.--ft-:S.-Sweze'y, Loeiiior   '.".-'  ;..   .,' ������������';���"    Wil,liiimiyicMilleh;,Ageiit  : patcd Jnn.^Olli lliw;';'"''..-";-' ,y:;  :, III.. Cjomiheiiciiig ill a , post phinied. at tlie  iiortliensl. ..eorner... being'.' the-, initial post or  George..' I In Hey ;s clii i 111 anil adjacent to the  northwest;,corner of R..-.-A.--.,.siiiive>:-,jnjlaim1--  thence south 80 cliains, thenee west^80 chnins,  tlience north SOehains, theiiee cast SO chums to  .place of beginning and containingO-lO acres.  ','.' George' Mat-ley,--. Locator      .  :' .. ;Williiiui MeAMIlun. Agent  Dined Jim. iOlli. UK')!.'  il.'   Commencing  at   :i' post   plnnted atthe^  northwest corner,  the^same  being  the initial  post of Fred A. Shaver's clnim, adjacent to the  northeast,corner'..of  .George   Hatley's   elaini.  thenee soutli  80 chains, thenee east SO cliii.ins.'  tiienee .north SO ehiiins. theiiee west SO cliains.  to place of .beginning nnd conuiining (ill) aeres.  Fred A. Shaver. Locator.  Wiilinni iMcJliileii. Agent'  Daled .In 11. iUlh." 1001.   ,  y;yv.;-a.7;y;:^,,;y7,7NOTiCE.i..;"-' fff^--f���'���,'.  yNdticedsiierebygiyeiytiiatiiiiriy iliiys iiVioiy  ihite.J..-. William II.y) fa nutty, iiitbiidui apply" to;  the. Chief Cominisinission of flu lids iind,, Works  antTpie, Assist" 11 t'Cbii^  .Woi'ks for theDisliictLofJCast.Kootcniiyy-ror.yii  licenso'tb'iii-ospci't'i'oi' coalvaiiii- petrpieiiiii; biV'  .ilie rbilo,wiiig.desei'ibei.lilaiid situaie two miles  .iiortii of t lic^J litbi'iiJitloriiii'lioiiiiilui-'y-i iiyOjoiniii^.-  thc;'ubrthci:n liiiiiiidiiry of .iiiiheiiliiitbn'sclaiiii.  ���in'theisohltieiistPrii portiiin of,. I'liist: Ko'ot;oi]iiy  ;,Distri<!l;-.iliMps1r'Co]um  ,:: Cpiniheiiciiigiit;ii'posl'i>lantcd.iit,'ilie;.sb  enst ;cbi.nPrCl;iiiid.,inarl;eil''soiitlieasl .'cbriici'.of.  Will hi mi I. Iluiiiiay'.s coiil anil-'coiil  oil .i.ia iiii;  beiiigiiieInitiai post adjiieent,to iiie, librtlieiisi  eorijer.prJiinie.siHinipii,'s.-'ela  J80 c.liiihiAj-.llici'ecywest. 80''-.'.eliiiljisY-UibtitV!^Houl;!i  '^chaiii^tli'diicejcii.stW  coimiienceineiitycoiitaiiiing'Olbiipies..,,yyyy '���.'-.  y&rf'z~,i%. =���- ~-f ��� VV-i,"!." m '.'��� 'innihiy;, Locnibiy7  ,y.:.iyy^, ,}f.:y ,-.y .;yy! yyiraines Fislier.: Ageiit ;;  Jd')iitijUI tills l!itii'-tl:iy'bf;jHturiii;y. il).!)!;.;;*;;; : 87^;;  FFFFF^yoTw^FFFFF  y;Nbtiee;is hereby giv-bh thiatliirtyiliiysyiii-te^  liiitb' iypriiest^Lcvyyjiitond iip^apply. tbpiie:  Chief jCbmniissliin'er of :Liiniisyahil .Wbi-ks iind,  .tlHtAssistantCoiiiiiiissipiior of. Liiii'fls'&tAVprk's;  .fprthcypistriet or ICii'st'Kopteiiiiy foi-ii li(:'iVtise,t.o  pi-ospect ,for'coaiiiud peti-bieuin brri-!re''-.'X6-fiow;-:'  nig;. dpserilied.;iaiidysi tiiii le';twbyihiiesywesi;;bf.  F t ii tliqii tlJ Kl yq i' i iVip .b hjpj b i rif?-' t iV^riiioi-ii a ii 0 iisil  Ifbnndary in .'tiie ,Sbiiihe'aste'riipbriii)n.!bi'','i':asi;:  KoptGniiy^JJislrict^  :;i'C6ih'niejicihg;atiinjojit-pj.!  west, born era hi tviniir ked; iibrth ive'sit' co riior of  ".li pies t-i Le yy ^ebiil {'iuid ycbii iypi ly piiiiii ;:.'-.i)bi,ii  ���tliey.ihiUiil po.siji(Jjn'ceiit;io, the northeast ,'c"pr-,  nerof MiiyiAyB.iDuthie's, ciainiyiiipnoo Eolith  SO'chains, thbnco east SOichiiiiisv'tlieiibe'iiortii'-'Sij  'chains, tiieiico we.stSOehaiiisi to. pliice'of lie-',  giiihiiig, coiitiiliiiiig,li.|0.acres.:! ''''.'",' -.���',,;:'r,���,���;��� ;.,���;.;;..-  '.'',; ���'.";.."���;y;���-'��.;��� 7;;'; '7k'Friies't;iJe;vy���lLbeatbr,yy7-  ::.yyyy ��� ���'-;y''.-";:..-. '.��� yJiiinds'Fisher, Agent;;:,  y;bated;ihis,lfitii daybfJaniiaiy: liiO-li" , 7 \f,y'  of;I|eil)ei'l l^. liiiekliigbibn's ebnl and cbnl .-iijjj  elaini;. being,jihe ii)it,fiil'.pMsl/' iuljai-eiii, ib ihj  norlliwest corner or; Frahki W.";i(olt.-.s"c!i'iiii-i';'  Iheiiceysbnili'Siudiniiis. t'heiicc west SO elniiiis ���  yllieuce iiortii SO cluiins;.tlience eiistSOCIiaiiis n','  I'kice oi'beginiiiiig niid iiphtaining Old iicres. .'/.'  '.yf-' yy;iiei'li(b;i. P. i!iiekingliiiiii,,l;bcatbiyy';,:  ;,-.'.���"'-.': -: '.-..'.. ,-���){)', yi:::.-:. i .Tallies Fisher. Atieiil-i,';  ��� ���Da tort th i.S :i is l yd a y of ,1 u iiiitii-y,' 1 no t  yfif^.fp,iyi. - - -- f}OTlC3.'yy;:ii..yfl. f\i>  ;y,Npl,ice:is lierc'iA-g-iveil.thin.'thirty ���ilii'.vs.-ufie.r  dale l;.Fi;aiik W." Roll/liitcnd-ib apply [f iU'v  ChiiipCbthni opiohciy of 'Lhi As iiiiii ,vW(ii-ks iuhr  theyi;Assisi.iint;Comiiiissioiier "of  Lnndsyaub';  \yprks for ihoi Disii;Ict of J3 1 si'.;��� IC<i010ii;i >-,'-l'i)i- ii  libeiisetb.pi-bsjieetj-oi- coal iiiid'jiep-pieliin -.b'if  the folibwing;desci-iiied,.lu;nd situiiteahbiil one"  duilfiiiiie iiorth;of.Could rey yOreek.iini|;iiboii!  php'mile-wbst of Fhltiiead River iir iliif;spiiiii';  .piistcnlyppi-iipiiypf;;ISastV KbotiJiiiiy - DlsfiicL::  'JiriiisiiColu'niliiiif:yy'7;y'',7;y7';y,.<7;.yy;H iyy,:.':'/  y^.pciniiheiicbig'in,,n.post pliinteilaiithe'liprtli-  .vypsiycornpi' iiiid, ii]ni'Iced,;iibrtli\veSt;;coi'iicryof;  Relink W/Roitlscoiti iind lainl'bil^eiaihi; bbiiig  the:initial post iidjiicciii'iby liie,;nprtheii;st;cbr-:  ".eiVjri'f, 1 liy-1 )C i-ti-T^,).{iiii k 11 i fjli nil i'siy e 1 ii 11 iii: il i e 11 oi/  !sp.tlt'i';8(^  iiorlli SO ch a i.iis. thenee westSOcliiiihs;: to jiineo;  ,b.f liegiiiiiiiig. uiiil eontiiiiiing'iiio iicres/',;;; yi;.fi  .-.' -ii ''������: .-.:.-��� ff "77:';;.. '.'������'V.'''t|'H. .yVr.il'bJt.'i'Lobittor;^, ;  " f'i'f. .'���;"':'-'.". if ���' 7; :7.y''bimes';Ffsiiei-;i-Ageni;-'.  ;";>;pntei'l;-'t!i.;is:jiIsi;:;dii.y-..of.'^  ]ii'yfff.f:iyffKOT:WE.f.fyf%ffyf\fi  'ySixtyvdtiys - aftbrydaieyylyiiiitcnd lb  apply, tb vthe'yGhief; Ooininissjbiicr "(if.  Lipids, aiid Works ' foi-; jjorinissibn to  purchase the I'bllbyvingyclesiM'ihetiyiand.  surveyed as.Dot 414i);eohiniehciniryat it'  post'plan tedbn the. North yW'cstcoi'iiei.''  of.'sa-i(.i,tbt.;(:qntiunhig- J (50 acres lnoi'e'pr  -less.y''���.������;. y yyyvyyyy- ���;. ,','-������; 'f'ff:"...-.,"���������������  ':���'. lJiitiJcl this 15th 'day of '.liiiiuary, .1904i  : ;"!-y:y'   :ff:R. F-Fur^iAifFoF -  iiff^vifff-::, .--'^NCriCE., y.y yfffify:.:  7\;Not led is.-Iiero'ljy. giveii thiit tlii Pty^ilayii'-itftbr  ;dipe iii Andrew'Cy'R idou p; iii tend'tpiipply to  til'e;plllopComiliJssioll'cM^6^::Lim  - aiid: ihe Assi'si i.uityc.'oinu'i.issipnbi;.'of..Lands and  :Works foi- thoypisti-ictcf ;!|;in.s't-'|Cb6ieii(iy,-'-fiir'ii'  -Jicenseto prospect for i.-o:ii: nnd ;poti;plcifoV"bii  'tlie fbllpwiiig'dbscpbuii'laiic! siiiiiitijiibpiipltp''  ;niile.j:ii(H-;th'bl' tlip iii tenia iipnai U'diiniliiry iiiiii  r��iJp;ut^tw'p1iiH'd^.\viHK.t^  tlip'^sou'lliqn's'ierii.-.::|Viiib';i;.,,^  .pi'sVfctj.ilJ.iMijs^  Coiiiiiiciicipgal :i post plantei'l n't;..the'-.''liorpii;'  eiistpeopicryiuid-yiiiiirked 'iiiiriiieast^epi-iier'oi5  An(lreiV,cAifidpiit's,bdipbi'idiicp:ii oil'claiinyiie-;  i iiKi l..1! b/Ib t t_f ti I.;-jiostj;ii3'jbee'iVL-; ;*i.o =-' 111 tl>..����� ^J.r 11 rw'tis i"5  pdfflsrjofiy-w.n  ,so.iu)ipb;^  ���>ibi;tli.,8l)!Lei.i^  place pr:;))feiii!iingiihdi;biuiiihihg!il 10iicrifsfyr  - y,!"!^'K~^f '*���'-''. aii.fiioiv ("jplildbiitv'.'i'Joiiiitpl^y'f-yy  .y���.::'''i;.f''''''*''������' :-'-;.'.7'y;-.!-/ .';V?-,;:!',!in'dsii,l's'|er; Ageiit'K.  7 ybnied iilps aistiliiy cii jiniuiiry,-; ���iaocff ��� -'i' if'  i-:.f,'-. ff:-.7"; :,.7.No,TicE..yyyy'y ���:'. ��� '"yy  ..,. Notice, is:- hereby, given thai-, tlie Kootemiy  Ceiitiiil, .Riiilwayycpnipiiiiy', will 'apply io'tfie  Pnrlliiment of .Caiiadii ;nt: its iioxt'sessioiifor  nineudniouts tothe Acts incorporating, anil re"  lating to the Cdiiiiiaii.v by, Pxtendihg tlie -time  for. they epiuiiiencenient, -.cvHcnsipii.yiiiidyePm-  pletiou'otitsmiiiniiiie.aiid branches, iiiid for  other purposes, ��� c, '.. .���''" .7 .;,.  Dated ,nti?Graiibi'obk,. B.C..  .Febiuin-y   Ihtlh.  iiiqi.;'-'" .-.';',��� y. :;.--y;y '���; -. ";���,'���"- 7y;,;y..;;p''y-  ���7  HAinp^Y^Me'CARTtjK&DUXMAli:".  ���CS. "������,-'.- ,     . 7 ^   Solicitor.? for' Applicants.;  12. Commencing at a posl planted lit tlie  Sdiillnvest)eorner, the same-being the initiiil  posl, of Thomas Grunt's claim and adjacent lo  tlie northeast corner of Fred A. Shaver's elaini  thenee. nortli SO cliains. thence en.St 80 eliiiius.  tlieni e'.south SO chains,tlience west So chains'  to place of boginningiijiil conlainliig li-IO acies.  Thomas Grant, Locator  Williiiin Mc.Millen. Agent  Dated .Inn. :.'0tli. IllO-l.'  ''111. Coiiiineneing at a post planted at the  northeast corner,- the snide being the initial  posl of Alex. Meriiiiden's- elaim. adjacent lo  the northwest corner of William liiiielilusoii's-  cliiiin, tlience siiiitli SOelinins, Ihence wesl SO  chnins. tlience north SO chains, tiienee cast SO  elinin> to place of beginning and coiitniiiiiig 010  acres.  Alex. Mcl'liiiilcn. Locnlor .  .William iMeMillpn. Agent    ,  Dated .Inn,31.'mill.  II. Commenidng at ,11 post plnnled nt the  northwest coiner being the initial post'of  William nhtchinson's claim and adjacent to tlie  noithenst coiiiei' of Alex.   Mcl'haden's idnim  ���NOTICE.'-'^; ���;'-;.;  y Notice is hereby giyoii Unit thirty days after  cl'iile I intend to apply to the Chief Commissibii-  er of Lands and AVo'rks'for 11 SpecinlLicense to  eiit niid carry aw'a'y.timber from the ..following  described liinds(i!i South F.ast Kootehny DIs-  tri.c.L Ili'itisli.C'olumbin.: ���  Comnieucing,'iit ii. post;''planted ' nt ���' the  northwest corner oi' Lot -isTO,; tiienec; west 10  chains, tlience south lOO cluiins, thence east to.  cliains, thence iiortli'li'iO chnins lb,the plnee Of  beginning.'. ..........    .  Dated this 15th day of il'nrcn'. iiioi.  1 .. . ,7 'iV 11. Feiiwick,, l.oeiitoi-   ',  ���i:i ' -    .- Arthur'li. ii'diwii-k. Agent  .  ,..' ,>.'  '." -'.NOTICE.,-,.'  Notice is,hereby given Unit lliirty days after  dale 1 intend to apply to the.Cbief Coininissirni-  or of^Laiids iind Works for 11 Special;License 10  cut niid carry away limber from Die following  described Iiiud.s.in .Soiilh Fast Knoiciiay D'ls-  li-icl,.Mi-itIsli'Coliimbla:--> 7,  (.'oiiiiiieuciiig iii a post plnnled nt the south-;  yast corner'of Kd. Londen's pre-euiptlon on  ���Mark Cieek.belng Uiu norihwest.' conier of II.  Lime's timber licynse, llience w'esl. i*li ehiiins.  lliein'C south SO e.hniiis, tiienee cast 80 cliains,  tiienee north 80 f-hains Lo-plnce of lieginning.  .  Daled this Ifilli day of Alarch. louj.  K.. M. Fcnwiitk, Ldcntor  III Arthur II. Feiiwieli. Agenl  ADVERTISE.  IN  THE PROSPECTOR.  ;; ''f;F "fff :f: fNO'vlvE.ff)ffy': y 'f:f'k.  y;Notice is lierbliyigiven'iiiVlttijir.ty  iliiysiifiei-'  diile.ryWilliam I.'Gib'son.  iiil'entl   to' :iii|il.v,.i.ii  tlie Chief ���'.Commission oryof. -Lands iind Works  aii'd.tliieAssistniiiCoinuii.ssioiier oi Laiids mid  Works foi-.Uie liistii'ci, of lOnsi" KooVbiisiivi'dr. ;i  iieoiisb to prpsjiecl lor c.p.'ii iind.' peJ,roleiiiii on  on the -following described  In nd  situate lilipii.t,  liviiiiiile^iiortii oi' tile iiiiei-iiiitibniil lioundiii-y,  ;iiiid'.iibout oiii.Miiilc West of tl'iis l^laIlienb IIivei:  iii piesoiitlieiislei-ii portioii.of -IC'.is.t p'ooti-iiny,  bistrict,.Hi-iti.sli,Coliimbiii:-'7.    ���;���;"'.-���. '      r >���",'  , , Coiiihiencingiit a po'spplniued  ai   the. uo.iili-  .west, corner .aiid marked  northwest corner oi  HVilliiiiii I. Gibson's i'Oiil and coal oil, cliiiiii.-be-  iiig tlio initial post adjiieent, ib .the  noi'iheiiM  c'pi'iicr of- A ndrcw C,,; Ridout's; cl-.il in, ,-i heiice  ...soutli 80'cliaiiis. tiienee eiist  SO  eiiiiins,,,the.il(;'e  i.nprtli SO chains.' tlience  west SO'chains' to the  place or liegiiiiiiiig and. cbiiiainiiig 010 acres.:   "  :,- .   . ';'���:.,.. ,,y .'Wi'l.ntni t-'Gibspn. Lociitin-.  ,'.'��� .������������: '���'-,-  .7,7- '������'.'������'.''������'..'liinies, Fislier. Agent  y Dated! Iiis i; 1st diiyofij an iniryi iiiiii. "���  ;;-���;'    iy;"':y..:'3c;N.pTicE.::y -^f;������;';��� ������������ ������;������-.  .'���'Notice is'hereby given thiitythil-ty-days:iifter.  diite.pFriink'.A. Hewer, i 111 end to iipply7lo,thc  Chief, Goiiiinissipner of, Liinds. aiul AVoi-ks and  the, Assistiiiit Cpminissioiiei of- Laiids ami.  Works foi- the bistricii.of. East Koolcniiy. for'-'a-  license to pros poet ior coiily'iirid petroleum 011  tlie i'bllowiiii.Mleserilied-Inlii.l situate about-six  miles north of the Iiiternii.ti'nnnl Mouwlnry.; in  the .southeastern, ppi-tibn, of Fast, .icooieiiay  District. Iji'itislit'oliuiibun-.'. '���.'������.'y.'  Coniineneing iit a post plnnied :u, tlie south--  west;coriier and marked soOthwest corner -'-or  Frank A. fl.ew.ers conlniKlcoai oil claim, being the-initiiil post-.njljiieeiit to the. soiitlieasl.  cornei-or John |.:uip'ey'.s'cliiim.ylliehi-e''iiortli So  chains', tiienee east SO clinins. iliohi-e sdiith s.i  c!iains7,thenee. west. SO clinins io tlie plnci; of  beginning iind ebiitniiling OiOneies, ���-,.'������  , Frniik A. Hewer. Lociiii.D'  ... .lames Fisher, Agent,  Dated this-its! day (if'January, ismi.- ,s'  '������ NOTICE. P  Noliee, is 'hereby-given that sixty days alier  tin 10 I Intend u.i iip|ily.;o the Cliief (.'oinihis-  sioner of- Lands and 'Works for permission to  .purchase, tin.' following described liiiul in South  Fast Kootenuy: Commencing at the southwest.  corner of Lof :iW��, Iheni.-e; mii-tb i'.u .chains  thenee west (is clniins (i.'i links, Hn'iici', south 70  chnins luj.'lhc'.northwest corner, of Lot . "iSO.i.  thence east til chnins lo Ihe iioi-llieiisi.eornei-of  l,.ol "iSOii. thenee south -Jit ehains to .t'lie norlh  west coriier of Gen. Douglas 'pi!relui*i\ .tlieiiee  east :li eliiiiiis or, links to ilie west boundary ol  ���Lot, 0:i;>7, tlicnei' nortli :���!!��� chains I'.' links Iu ilie  soiitii botindnry of i.ol-':l0i','j. ilii-iu-e ��� -Wr.,1 �����'.  i')ialns,70 links 10 place or beginning ciuitaiuiii;:  ..ViH acres inore oriess. ,  Located this'ilalb day.or'..biiiuai-y, null.,,  ;' '���<   ������' I't.'.l. RI'T'llFRFtlRli. I.ociitui"  NOTICE.    .  Notice islieri'by given thin, sixty days atler  date I i 111 end lo apply h; the I'liief t.'oinmission,  cr of Laiids and Works fur pei -mission 10 purchase the following described bind'in Sputli.  I''.ast   Koiitcnay:     Coiuiiieiieiiitr  111   ilie   miiih  west coiner of   Loi   .\'o.  I'.ioii.  ibe south 00  cliains io the norlh botinikiry of ll'. I'raciii's  Timber License, tlience west li; chains to Hie  east boundary of Lot No. i'.^lL'. tln.'iire north i.O  cliiiins. tiienec east -li. chains to pliice'of be-  ginniii : containing In nil \17<'< acres- more or less  Lo ;aled this -.'.'.th day of Jaiiuiiry   I'.'i'l.  a lUKNK HRI-X-KFNRIDGI':. Locator  initial |>osrailjai.imt<io;i.hc >oatiiwest corce'i'.of'.  I'h-iin k (-',(.I. V.St.eveil'.1. e'l.iJiu.   llniiici;.: nortli   ,-n '.  ciiaiiis.' theiii-e wesl sil i':'i);riii.-j:. ijiehce  soiltli .-11  chains, '���tfw.ntsviftfi' s.i ciiaiiis,-10   tlie,'.pi 11 ce of  hegiiiniug.aiid coiitatiiiris/ Olo iiel-e.s,, ...:  ',.'���    ,  *;  '       -    \ff'i���>. ���'���'..;-"'/���   'i' '��� ..-*>t��.v. Li,!V,y'..,r.oc,iiur... ;...',.  -.;;.    yyy ���    y ' ;.,;; James I'/.isher. Agenty   '  ^���liiitii'iilltis-'isl'iiny of JiOiiiai-yyiOOI.,.';  ,:-,,.....yyy-yy" ;.;;:"': yyy .: yy,, ij -:,::"-,":.-.;..:;-i,-'-.a.  ;o y���       :..,.  ... NOTICE.���   '-���;;; p.,      ";.; -y  Nptiee.is liei-i'liy given',fhsii:tiiiiiy;days,���after';''-  'ilntep;.^lichiiei ; llniiz'. iiuend   oi iapjilyyip iliey  Ciiii.-f (.'oiaiiiissioiii.'i- of Lapils.-irni   Works: and  tlie-Assistn jit y Colli 111 issHdajr   kit pLainis yjimlv".-  Works'ior liie'lilstiiet of .kasi Ivoblenay, ior ii; ',  -.lieeiiso  to prospect- for i-i>iil jjml lietroleiiin oii f  tiie fbHpwihgyleseribed laiitl situaie nboiii''ii>'ur7  iiiiiles lipi-tii pr,tlif\.fiiti;i-iyi'ti!iiiul:liiHi'iidHi-y   nil- .'  jpinitig; Frei! C. (.'iiniipinsyi-iniiii op, thi;  norlh.-.  iii :thd:''soiitiieasiei'n,.poi-|.'ibii of ICnsf-irooi(:hn>t  .Distiietyllritisli CoUimbia;,-;:..:.:.,.y,     ,*-���. ���.'���.:; .;..;  7yCdinniehciiigiiih pd^i pbuited ntytlie.hortli- y  east, eprneriiiid. uiu i-kediiorilieast .corner, oi;;,.  i%Iicliiiei.lii'ni/.' epiiijaiKl  colli  oj! ���elii'.n'iy.ybeiiig 7  tlie'inipa,! post adjiieent iii tbcv souuidjist cor-  lier'of ICdlih C...I looper'.sciiii in;" tiienee' soiitii..,  SO ehiiiiiii;;j.hiau:e;wi:,si..Sii.eh!iiiis,..4hpiHse^..H  .Hficiiiiiiis.'ilieiiee east hOchniiiK-tpilie piiice.'ol',  lajgiiinhi^ibidebntnlnihg,!!,Id iicres,,;:    -.'y :-v.'./..;  i:.:-"-,:';;.'.i'..-.:-"-      "'.-iii]y'~:���'jSficJirt'ci Huiiz;' Locntbr;;  ;  y.;;-   ;"''-': y-v;';'-.   JiVpH*; Pis!ier;! Ageiit."''  y'iinied this^h'iipiiyowliiininiTyiyoiy^yy;' iff  ,'������������^���r.'*- ,��� ������ q.���; yy ��� 'j ��� ;   ���' "���' '��� ���;;��� ;���  -��F-F'F.F^^^^:f'\FF}fFif:^  ;p No lice,isiherehyHgi veil that'tliiiiy da'ysyartcr,,  vdyite 1.. lCHn,,\;nlpiyinl,-, liiteiid u> .iLpply "ui the : -'.-  Cliicf Commissignerof Liinds niid y Works niid.,':  the TAssistiiiiti Ciiiiiiifissionery ;pf. La tills 7 a ou:':  SVpi-kS foi'thei^isir-iei: u'f Kiist.Kiibteii-.iy-.for ii  .lieeiiso: to;i>i'ospci:t for^-'paiyand7 pelroleiViii ini- - 7  the; fpllowiligileseriped bind si tuate. a lipiit oiieX;. '  hli!l'-iniid)noi-tii pi"G inveVpreekipuyi.iid .iipi-.i.h.-;;,:  ;cpn\lioiiiilliiry' ;df'^i;iio,7^riihriie'sye'iiiiiiiyin;i(ie:;;y:  isdii the list eiirpoi'lipiiiifyi-lnsi.Kodteiiny i;iisiriciy.y  iHi-|Hsh,c!;oliiiiiblii:;-y;y;,'ffiff;..':';'/% ffff.ff.ff\ f  jyCpniindncingatiijjostjiliiiiti/diii-,nid..iio|:tii- Jf  west.PuriMir iiiid ,innrkcd.uoi-.thwest eorner .of.:,,,  121 la \'M1 d 111i 1 io;-s,coit 1 !i,iid:ci!npbii;clailiiyiJeihgv;:i  ;pid iuitiaiiJjistiidjneeiiptbyi'lie'.!u<').i'ltlibast;-;y.pf-7'' f  nn'r.6f,.irMu.ripAL':'l!Yasdr^';;^  ijO^iaiu'syLircbivi^eii^  *Qj.cliH!nSV;.i,ii(tii'ee:i?w  ;bft;beglhn'iiig.jiiiiVlX'ontiiiiiii)tf;o.l^  ��i,.v-v-;.!'j;'''HLy'.-,;;.i7S*.��';j'li,in��Nft  7y:-W--*'fr'-:K'':^T':y--SitJ,hv^  -���:��� On led t'litsiili'ttdajvpf J iimiFi 1;'}-',',' l'.��b-i.-y'.-' v :-..':-.'���. ���'���iVy'.' '������  yy;;;''P;y''-^>V;p;No^  ^yNijiieiy.isJiiii-idi^ygiven'that.thii-iydiiysyiftei ff  diito f, Liitii-aii: Fniser, iniehil to ujiplyibibe "  Ohidf CpuVniissiouer of iliiiids/n'iiil;; Works .-iiiMi - - '  i.he,,:AHSislv.int   CiiiiiiiiiSsiKiidi;'. id.   I.mihIs   and 771.  Works,:  roiyiiib  yi;.-..;;.. ,.,,;y;,,y ^f.  ' 77 ���"7'.7iy;;;77-:',:  OJy'-",  -litfir .'������;��� r.'i-\''u-',(:'.7.7.;,;;;-.-,'-'y.-#-'-'l  |i|strieiyof7..'.F:ist .ivootcn'a'y  foiy f .jieeJixi! 7ib==ijrbspei:t .yrbv,-jiioal iuhl  pei.rbliHini';-i)i'i llii; follow) nt-descri lied 'laud sii;  hiileoii Graves Creel;, adjoining Francis ,.l'i:.  i^iniieiuid's elainion tiie east, ni the soiitheiisty  erupbi-tioii rtf. Fast -ICpoteh'ay- liisti-icl. Oiritisli  Cohiuiiiia :--.;,, ff:: [,-'��� ":fff if :fi.  Coiiimenciiigiit a posti'laii'ted .iit ihe'iibi'iii-y  east ..corner, niid  mai-lied nbi'thijasi, ebr'ner ,of,',  LaiiniM. Fi-asei-'S''('oiil ipid coal oil cinini,  lieing the initiiil post.adjacent: to. tlie .southeast  '  eorner. nf- Kilmr. C.;:.,'.,.'..-..vii'm .'cluim.   taviiee "  south SO eliiiiusp.tl.ici.itve'wesl;SO;'.<,iiiilii'sy' tbeueft ���  iidrHi  Sii  chains,.yUieiicc  east So" ehiiiiikto tlie .  place oibCLjiuiiiug aiid containing O.IU litres. :  .; ;.;.,': ;;.;,-     Lnura-iVLFrasei-. I.o-i-.ibr"   ''  ��� - t:    .>,V   ,, ' ,  ,'   '.yy. James Fislier. jVgeui      ���  .liaied'tiiisili-d day of .tniiniiry.;i.'.��.i-i'. _'-.    v.  y -.,.  ';���'.;.���'.;', p:''';;-7 .';y;MOTiP-f��. ���fyyyf.f:^.. y'  y:.Notiee is iiereliy given tciat'tliii-tydnysynfter  ijiite.r., Fdniiji.i:lickson, intend to apply to, tlie..  .Chief ��� Cominissioner 01   i^ands a iidWorks and.  ���1 liey. Assistant   Coiiimissiouei   of   Lauds iind  Works for the Dis.trfct i,f Fast   ICooteiiny; for a  license to prospeei'foiy. coal,, and petroleum ,011 "  (he follpwitig .described land .'ji'Jiat.,'about one -  In!if niile norUb.-nst of (.1 raves Creek a'djoining,  the Otisleriiboundai-y'} of  Cliarlij.s H. \Viiielr's ������;  clnim.  in  tlie "southeastern   portion ,bf. Fast'1  Kootenay .Distriei, ilriiish Columbia:,--- , " '7  Coinmeneing at :i post piant.'i! ;u the soiitii-  east y.'orne,!'. ,and lnarkpd soutiiixist, corner oi  Fdna.C. l.iickson,'^ coal ami eon I oil (.'laiin. lie-'  ing.llic'iililiul post adjacent to tlie -sbuihwesf  corner of Ric ha id Ha in ill's 'claim. liK-nec I lor ill  SO cliains. t!ieiicewes;.S'i chains.- tiieiice, miuiIi  SO chains; theiiee ensf'S'l chnin.- to ihe place of :  liegiiiiiiiig and ..'Oiitiiining oui :i'.,-i-.js.  ���Kd'iiifc, |iick>-iii. Locator      ,i  '��� . ��� .   , ���' .1'iiiu'.- Fislier. Agent.  Dated' tlii-, -.':!i,l day of January. I'.'ii-J.  notice:.  Notice is lierebygiven that i*i d.iys n'ltcr dntei  intend to apply to the Chief Cyinnii'.-sluiior of  Lands aud Works,fur permission 10 ptnelias,-  Ihe ioilov.iiig des.'iibv.I Jaii'l In Soutli KiiM  Koiitcnay: (loliiiuenei 11;.' 111 a |,o<! pin nieit 'al  llKi'soiilhwi-sti-i.i lli-i- ol 'Lot 'iYIYi. ilieiici.- svi-n'  SO elniiiis id iiii- easl l>oiiiiilar.\ of. Lot i.-JI-J,  thence nortli .-i'/''eh:i.iii.x sti liiiks n. tlu.yoiitb  iWijjiiih-iry of l.nr :>sti,-,., thence eiisl I! clinins :!::  links to tin- vti-n liouiidury of���i!i-ii.'l��ougiii.i'  pui-elinse, theiieesoiitii ::o ciiaiiis.. Ilii.nee  easl  11 cliains 0.Ylli)k�� tiillii'nr.s| Im lar.V  of   Lot  ii:t.-|7, Uliliee'soiltb 01 chh.'lls td  link', to J.I: if  liegiiiiiiiig   eon  less.  I aled tlii-i.  alllllig  III  ..'1 .-(0-j  ���re.- 1110  :;.���, ti  R.  lay nt January. I:"').  )(I-'i'iil-;RI'i iK'H, l.i,��:  NOTICE.  dliv.-  Take linlJee Unit llill'.v  -tend   to  apply   lo  tlie   ('liief  'V  Lauds mid Work, foi-n Sp.-i-ial  iind carry 11 way ilniiiyi- from lie  si'iilieil land-, in Soutli ).;nst Wui.  tier dm., I in-  !Ulnissl..:i..|- of  l.lc-nsc tofl-u't  foI|ii��|iii;l'dc-  .li.'imv Di,trlet.  HriiKli   (.'oliiiiibin:.  filiinteii artlv- uortiiw  wo l.-'s   i.iiiitan-   ilcell:  tlience, north so chain:  thence snot!  I"  si .  50  iiieiioiiifr- at  irn.-i- of Arthur Fen-  I'-nc  i,'a,i -ii .chain,,  nee  west   ~"   clinins.  ice oi boej.uning.  I.  DAVID XICWKI.I.. Locator.  '.   11  tlie  hence south so ehiiins to place oi boe|.!i  Dated thi, ':::t.i day of February. I'.tbi T1IK  IMiO.SJMariTiK',   KOI,"!' STKEUs   It.  <'..  MAI.'dl  20,   l'i, i
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North Star Lodge
®he l$X;&#pz£tox.
SATUItDAV.   NLU.i'll. :iH,  liltll.
vTmmnmiTffmmYnwmmTTTTnYTTTmT*
|   LOCAL NEWS. §
•^iiuiiauuuiiiiUiiiiuaiiuuuiiiiiiiiuii-:-
(.'.    Ifiiusrorford   Pollen loft on
Sunday for OMawn.
^j-inxu-irijiruiriJTiTRrinjTnnj-injTnru-xrinnnruix-^ 1
Pi" '   ' - ' - ^      *: v' re a:^ .
('has Powell w;is up   from  ,the
l'Vnwii-lr ranch Tuesday.
.M. A. Hen le whs hi town Monday i.i11 bus)iii(.-"-.s.
.1. Laidlaw, (Jranbrook, was in
town Wednesday.
Mr.   and   Mrs.  'I'. T. McjVittie
wi'i'i' virsitiii" at Movie this week
'J'Iicrc i.» much talk' of a recent
.■oViko of oil in the Plathead
valiov in Alberta.'
c-i
Imperial Bank of Canada
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED $4,000,000
CAPITAL ,]»iii<l up) - - $53,983,896
REST ACCOUNT      -   ■-   $2,036,312
Head    Office    Toronto.
T.rK. .MKKKITT, I'resident    D. IJ. N'l^KJK. Vice-I'n -. mid < "ni. Mm).
ACKXTK     IX § ("JIIICAT    UIMTAIN     Lloyd-    l'i..nk    u'2   l.omliard   St..
London.
A d'enerai llaiikint!  I tii-ine—. Transacted.
i")'    Saving Bank iX'purljneni.-- I nlerest allowed on depos'iK.
Cranbrook  Branch. -F..M. MARSH, Manager.
The
Canadian Bank ol commerce I
'P   &
X:
1 If
d" iftn^iji^mjijTj-Lnli iJt!riYui>Lrui.i UTj-u-i^uuu\j\iuvnj-iJi»iiu\ixaruiru-ut!;Vj\Aji.rtrLru'b
riBAD OFFICE—TORONTO.
I'.'iid up dtp)'!;i! fcS.VOO.OOO: b'eserve Knnd *:!.000,000:
Aj.o,.f.,r;ii,. |:(!Hfi'ur.'i's()vcr$s:i,(lOO,000 Nov. Mil). 1003,
I.ii ml on office; (10 l.omh.'ird Street, K. il.
New  York Office;  lli I-Acliniige Pliicc.
Aii'l I 10 lii'inii'lics in ('iin.'idii nnd tin- United Statos
i,   Cranbrook Branch.
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*'»
., «
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F. C. MALPAS, Manager.  %
■ijja-iVit si ^ *'^iV'ri-'ivi>'i,,t^-^-*llaaijK''ri:^J*:jft;j*'?V    -
Mi-.n .) A llai'vey is reported
as beinj; .seriously ill at Cran-
lirook. '
A.   F. AND A. M.       C.   R.  B. C.
POUT STKi:i.'|.;, il. r.
Kcvular   im.'uiinj,*s--lM.   Tucsiliiv   in   c.lcIi
month iu eitrht o'cloi'U,     Vi-lt'iiu llrntln'rn an  j
cordially invited.
, Elk Hivcr Lod^'O.  1'Vi-rik-   M-.fUl.ir nii'i'iiiu".
hold tirit Fi'liiny or i',irli iiimiiii.
C'runbroolc r.oiL-i-. CruuhnioU, regular inwl-
niKS held on tin; thlnl T'liursiiiij of n.'iich iimiii th
,J. IfiM.or. Secretary.
f A, W. MeVittie, Nelson.'was a
Sliest at the Imperial Wednesday.       ■      ,
PORT    STEELE,    B. C.
THE
v \]>!
Rocky  Mountain  Chapter
Mr.   and   Mrs.'   tledriek   were!
guests   at   the   Strut heona Wednesday, „   '■ O j
Win. Carlin'and Al Doyle were
aL Cranbrook Thursday on business.' ,' >. ,'      "
NO.  125.  It. A. M.
FORT  STKKt.K.  li. i\
o <
novenmient Agput Armstrong j'
,va> at Cranbrook ou official bus- i
THAT
>',,i,'ir
fzm
Ketfular meetinj;-.— 2nd Tut-.-day in
each month at ciijIiT o'rh'A-k.
I ines> Thursday.
I      '      f   . 1-
Sojonrninjr (.'oni/inniiiti.- aiv cordially | rjn1(-i
i   , The market fur zinc was 'never
iso  srood   as   it   is at the present
invited.
It. L. T. G.m.ijkaitei ricribi: E. !    ,AIex My nek. an  Indian, killed
 : j a la rye Swan on Monday   in   the.
Proiessioiia I       sVi('inTty of **mw™ Fiat.   ,
If  you   give
quality.
RETAIL AT 50c. PER  POUND
it a trial you will always use this
■I
HARVEY; McGARTER & DUNBAR
BARRISTERS AND SOLlfclTORS
ti i
. (JllAXlJIK )()K.   - -      ft.C.
! Mrs. Harry Reinemati. left on!
Tuesday on .a visit to Portland,'
Oruij-oii. ' .!
G. W. F. GARTER, B.G.L.    y
Notary I'ltblic of British   t'o/inidiin
' ('olitictioii <d iicroiliili iitlundi'd lo.
'A.uditini; iind Icui'piii" of lioiikh (lone
with (li.s|iitti:h. < 'orivspondoiiiji' ■.nlicil-
.cil.   -, '       " ,
(.'. W. l<\ OAltTKl;, It'liri Si<!.•!',•. U.i:.
T H OiVl A K'   Mc VI rl'Tl 15
P.U.S.   A-   G.E.
. Korl, Steele M.CJ.
Foit'i' S>ti:i:i.k duvhuipmiintSvniikmtk Ltd
i:ih l.uiiilrnliiill Sti-i'"t. I.iiiiiIiiii. ihiirliiiul
A. S. (.! race was at Calgary on |
business during tho early part ol j
this week.
H.   KERSHAW
Another smelter in Southeast
Kootenay is on'the cards: and
the well informed say that it
will be erected at Elk river.      ,
.0
Our delinquent' subscribers
may have good intentions, but
they are like alarm clocks thai
don't go oil".
N.  A.  YVALLINGER.
FORT STEELE.
post officii nox a.
J. (i. CUMMINGS
CIVIL   ENGINEER '
Mrs. J. b\ Armstrong, Mrs. A.
C. Nelson and Miss Winnie Armstrong were ' Cranbrook visitors
Thursday.
('•. 1-J. I^artpihai'son, Wni. Din'-'
ard, ancl G Thoburu, Cranbrook,
were guests at the Stvathcona
Tuesdnv.
And so the cowslips are with
us again! Isn't it glorious! You
will (ind them all over the (hit,
and in the back yards.
' .. YVAXTKIJ.
SFKCIAI. KKJ'HESF.NTATIVF. Ill tlllr..
and iidjoinin;: lerritoric!-. lo ropri'.M.'iit
and udvuriinii sm old ostidilisliod lni.-,i-
iie.ssi lioiiao of >olitl financial ' ^taiitliinr.
Saliu-.v Wl weftkl.vi with '" Kxjjc'iisum advanced eacli .Monday ,by check- dircc't
from headquarter*. lixpcn^c* iidvitn-
ced: position permanent.. , \\rc liirni*li
I'voryihhifr.
Addi-os-)  Tho  Coliiinliiit.   li.'M) .Mnnori
Hid"-., Cl)ifii«o. 111.
", j     Dr. Green,  Cranbrook, is on a
n  „   .      .   ,     ,        ,    „ „   ! visit to-the east.     He  will  visit
Provincial , Land   Surveyor j |ioslon and New York before he
POR'J1   STICKLE,   li. C-.--      ! returns.
GEARY   &.  DOYLE.
Sam     Jackson,     representing
Moore    &   M'own.tt,    Brockville,
■Ont..    was   doing    business    at
Steele Thdrsdav.
Liveru, Peed & Sale Stable. 	
Fort Steele B.C ■ ,!     Thii    provincial     registration
,    I Jugular  Daily  Sutg-e  meet.- all    : lists   which   will   be   used in the
trains at Ko ft'Steele .Junction. ■ ' next dominion  election,   will   be
SADDLE* & l'ACK HORSE?        'dosfd "» ^""day March 2sth.
ikaming or, a i.i  ki.Nns a sl>l•:cIA^.•r^
Fort Steele
Diamond Jubilee
Hospital
Something must have dropped
Politicians are neither "cussing"
nor discussing at this time, the
I'ominif Dominion elections.
A Business Proposition.     j
, i
f you are !>oiny etist a careful   soler- |
lion ol viuir i-(iiitn'ci.s e.-honliitl to the en- .
•       , , ,, i
.joynient ol your t rip.   If it, in a Iiumiut-; ;
trip lime ix the main  con-iflei'iil ion:    if'
i
a   pleaMire   trip.   M-enery   aim ilie con-,
venience-   anil   i-(i)!il'oi-ts 'ol    a   modern ,
' '   ' i
rttilroad.
Why   not  combine   all   by ii^int;  Die'
ILLINOIS    ('l':NTItAL.    ihe    I'p-To-,
Dale   I load,   running   two   ti-itiii- daily |
from   St.   i'anl   and   .Miniieapoli-;.   and i
from   Omaha,   to  Chieaiio.      I'l'-ee   lie-1
• ■lining < 'hair ('urs. rhe  lamou>   l!u|lel-
Libi-tti'v-Smokiny ('ar-.. till train.-, vcsli-|
billed.      In   .xlioi-t,   thoroughly   modet'ii
throughout.     All   lickci-   reading   via
the lllinoih Central .vill be   honorod on
Ihe.M' lrain- and no e.vlra lare charged.
Our rtite-i are the same a.-those of
inferior road* -why not nel your
money"s worthy
.Write for lull particulai
«•
CARLIK   & DURIOK
' * '   '
GENEHAL   MERCHANTS
Foil
.\   number  of  local fishermen
Fort Steele.
J.   HIG.HWARDEN.
This Institution ha- bei-n recently vvil! takt' '" W'ld Hoi'SC- Crock
enlarged bv a new •A-in-^-hich i- „„;. |-uid Bull river Sunday. These
open for reception of patie.H,. For' pomts have unusual attraction
terms apply to for those fond ot lishing.   in   tho
early iprin<r.
J. F. Smith. Sec. Fort, Steele. 15. (,'. ' " J	
,     Mr.   iin'd   Mrs.   A     Leitch.  A.
'   Mclven/.ie.        Cranbrook. A.
|Williams,     Pernie    and    A.,  B.
PIONEER , BARBER   SHOP j £™<?e, -Von- Steele, were  g.uests
■ j at   the   Alberta   Flotel. Calgary,
Everything Strictly First: Class: Ion Monday last.    •        ....
Next door to the Prospector.        \     ,n,       .    V'.n,   fii:,-..- i
; i     Those   plia.ble   politicians- and
j subservient,     newspapers     that
I have shown such   violent;  syinp-
.^ j lorns of Ijiibei'tiis Me'rgil s during
Grkatkst Nrnts'KuiKs" in n.e ulwn'of! I lie past few months are exltibit-
WANTED
INT TIIK COUNTY COUHT Oh'   KOOTKMAY
HOI.niiN AT KOHT s'i:i':i--.i.K.
in* j'lionATi';.
Xotirc i.s liuruby Ljivt'ii tlint oil Die IDtli <luy of
Mnrcli. I'.idi. ii »•«-, oi'ilcri'il i>v J. A. l-Xirin.
Ks(|.. .IihIko of Uiu suiil Onurl,. iiiul .lainui I-'cr-
iruson Armstronif, Ollicinl Ailiiiini>ti!itni iu mid
tor that portion of Uie County of Kootunuy not
iiioluilwl in iliu Klocloml Dislrirts of Kcvul-
stoku  and   Coluinbiii   bo  inlnunisiriilor on all
anil singular the estate nf I'KTKlt IAKSSHN j      ,J. (;.  LlXDSlOY." T. I'\ tV.  I'. A .
alias IM'lTl-'.H I., ukymkk of Wasa .lei'i'iiscil.! ,. ) 12 'I'hird St.. Portland. Oregon,
liite.stute. ' ' H. H. Tuu.MHUM.. L'ommercitil Aiient
lOvui-ypi-i'so.. in.lebtoii io Uiu -iU,l licii'as.'il | , ,o  ThM Sb _ E »0,-(.ljtiirl. Oregon,
i.s ro'iiiireil tomak-i! payment fottliwiili   in  tlie, -r,,,^,,^-^^     i,-    t    i.   v       i.
...Klei'slL.-ne.l. ,.     -/   ''•   ' l "J ' ''SOy> ■ ,' ■ "V . '•' \"    ' ■'""»
Every person huviiiK In possesion effects ho- | J» t.<>l'"«" I-1«1hT-- Seattle. \\ ash.
lonijinf? lo tloccascil   N  reiiiiireil   forllinitli to ,	
notify the uiulei-Mnncil.
livery Cruiliior or otlicr person having any
I'liiim upon or interest in Uie ilisiriliution ot
Uie estate of tlie saiil' ileeeasctl i.s reintireil
witbin thirty days of tins iliite to semi by reids-
tercil letter, nildressoil to tlie iiniluisignu'l. ins
mime anil address nnd tlie full parlii'iilars ol
his clnim or interest,, and a statement of his
account ami the natuie nl tlie senility (il any) I
held by him.
After Die expiration ol tin: saul lliirly da>s
the Administrator will plowed with the distribution of the esliiLu liiiviiu; reitiird m tho'-e
I'liiim.s only of wliicli lie shall liuvc'nad iiotii'c.
Dated at-l-'ort Steele lliis iflili dn> of Mareli
I'.KM.
.lA.MIOS  KHRLIU'SOX AKMSI'UONO
Ollieinl Admiui.striitor.
l-'mt  Slei'le.  11.(J.
Steele,
Sole Agents for the
East
Kootenay.
canton steel
COMPANY
This Stickl is guaranteed to be equal,to .Tessop's or Firths in, all
Hard Kook Wokk.
SOL 15 7\GKNTS
SOLK    AOKNTS
Grows Nest Goal company
Giant Powder GomDanu.
Mrs. IS  J. Cann was a guesl at  Willlk0UiV s, ,,;uil ,;ililH,lv..
the   residence   of' Air.   and Mrs
Ki-ed Binmorc this week.
.Old' timers predict an early
spring, because, swaii and wild
geese arc flymg north.
Ii.    B.     Berks,    representing
Piercy  &   Co., • Victoriti,,  was ai'
Steele Thursday:   '
■Iron. Steele ami  .sui-i-oiiiidii
and take orders for
ciiuiry. i mg some signs ol' recovery.: rPhi)
: disease   will,   he   tin longer lash-
OUR    HARDY.    SPECIALTIES   ! i^'ial.h,   i.ItfM    l.|,«. s„,«tnor   o\ee-
lion,.;
In  Fruit Trees,  Sinall   Fruits,  Ornamental Shrubs,  Roses.  Vines
Seed Potatoes,  &i-.
'.' Stoiik trtii.' t(i niinii' .-ind f.i-i-i' fi-iim Sun
-lo.se Sea I c,     ,\  |ii'riiin.tii!iil   piisit inn   for
tlie fitrlil iim'n mi eillii-r snlm-y   m- ctini- iahiv   knii.ivii   hoi
MANACKi;     WANTKM
't'l-ii.-il.win-t.liy  Lilly   or   yciitli.-iiiaii" to
in.'iiiUL'c lmsinrss   in    this' i-inuitry   1111(1
KljoiiiiiiLf ti'i-i'it'ii'V fin- ui'll  nnd   favor
if  -niid    fiiiiim-ial
nilH'-iion.
Stone & Wellington
KONTIUI.Ii  M.-KSKl<ll-:S
'   ,.'      (ivcr'Sim Ai'i-i's'
TOKONTO,        - -        ONTARIO
.standing. *'_'O.O01st rniirlit rash salary
and i'.vjii'.nscs paid i-nch .\1omi.Iii,\- liy
I'hi'.cU- direct from ln-;iiL|tiact(,-rs. "■ K.\-
|iensi,''money advanced. I 'osition . pcr-
inanent. Address Manager. SKI ('onio
Block. Cliicaeo. Illinois.: ... ,'.\.
M. Dnrick <;anie over I'roni
Ci"i.nl)i'Ook Thursday on business.. '        ' „        ,   ' •
Ko'rl, Steele is I he nlining ccn-
tei- and supply point of Soul.h-
east iCootenay.     ;,-,'.'.
F. Delvosier. .hi.ll'ray, was at
Steele Tuesday.
David Hi'cckeiiridge, Wardner,
who has been sealing lumber   in
the camps in the vicinity of Fori j
Steele, was at tin:   Imperial Fri
day.' , ^ ,|-    .      i  .       '
Vowv   altention    is   called    lo    the
'■riiineer Limited" trains of the   "Mil-
'he only
perfeel Irtiiiis in the world."
>'ou will Iiiul it desirable to ride on
1 those trains when goin^' to un.y ]ioint in
tlie'KtisI.eri! . Sttiies or Canada. • Tliey
connect with till . 'rransciinl.inehl.al
Trains and. all Ticket Agents sell
tickets. '.   „,       '■■-.'    •'
I<\)i' further inl'oi'iiiation, jjauiphlels,
i-ite, ask liny Ticlcet..Ageiit or . i1
R7 L.   I'XIItl), ;-IL S, ItOU'K ,
I'ass.   Ayeni.;    ye (Jcnera! A^ent,,
'      .   SI'OKA'NI':.   !        j'OltTLANI).
ANDKIiVV"   NEIDKi
G'ONTRflGTOR"   and    BUILDER
IIOIISK ANI.i SIUN  I'AIN'I'INO
'OAl.OIMlNINIi and |'AI'|,;i;  IIANOIN'O
FOK/f STEEL 15,   ti.  O.
3®"""   All   work  promptly done.
Mining  Supplies  a  Specialty.
Au-enls for the   MASSEY    HARRIS    CO.,  Limited.
" , °     '
r Farming   Implements.
(n. HANSON, |
>~ General /VleTrcheii-it AND 3
sr L/icfMor Dealer* 5
Ma,nufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber,       A large assort-     =3
ment; of seasoned Lumber and,iShingles always ~5
on hand • '; ^S
. ■pi'Ml'iJNSTON .   "LUMBF.R  :   A      SPECIALTY. 3
W fl S f\,
B G.
Port  Steele
:■ .   '; - ■'''. ■  ■       . ■ ■■■' '■ ■ ■-
Meat Market
-        ' .■ ■ •
T. ROBERTS. Proprietor.
Fresh and Salt  Meats Always On Hand.
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