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 Library of 'Leg A33  h  Vol. 9.  RORT STBBBB, B. C, SATURDAY, MAY 2,  290��  o,  No 18.  i/y  V  V  :v  i>'  - i  MINES AND MINING.  Conducted    1'iidci;    the  Fort Steele Miners'  A iu pices   of  Association.  the  ���Lvs. 'I'  ,AII>b-\W.  1J.   \\\  I tOSS.  So.'.  0/  lb  lb  ���J<  U/  U/  <ii  til  lb  u>  tb  Ui  iiii*  The Crow's  Nest Coal  Company.  Tlie   sixth   annual   report  of  this  company,   recently   issued,  shows a net profit   for   the  year  ending   December   Ul.  '1002,  ol"  '-$171,28;').80. '   It  is  pointed oui,  however, that the year  was  not  in   any  sense  a  fair test of the,  company's earning capacity,   as  the  chief  mines of the company  were closed from May 22 lo  the  "end  of "the year,   as a result oi j  the accident  which  occurred in  Ma.y.    The balance at the credit'  of prolit and loss account brought  forward from 1901   amounted   to  " ^17,017.41.    To this was  added  the sum of "8171,235.80, the year's  net profit, and ^."iL2,208.-7.*),   rep  resenting the  premium recovered   on calls paid on new stock,  the whole making an  aggregate  to the credit of the prolit and loss  -, account of' *1,200, ."311.9(5.    From  this  amount  the directors have  paid four dividends of 2.1 .percent  each, making 10 per cent for tho  year and amounting to $250,000.  This   amount    deducted     from  the   "balance     at     the     credit  of      profit     and     loss     leaves  to be carried forward to 1001-J the  sum of $950,511.90.'   The output  for the year was 442,049 tons, as  compared  with   425.257   tons in  ' 1901,   showing  a slight increase  'notwithstanding   the   fact1' that  -   tlie company's  chief'mines were  closed  down   from   the   22) id or'  ' May to the end of the year. ^  The   large  amount of money  required    for   the   development  of       the       company's       property necessitated a further issue  ( f capital slock-during the year,*  ,aid   it was  decided lo issue tho  balance of the company's authorized capital stock, viz, $1,000,000  at  t premium of   150   per   cent  This stock was offered in the us-  vl.I way to shareholders pro rata  o��"-' was all taken.    Between the  tho date of the issue of the stock  and thi closing of tho books  on  tho  31st of December, 1002, the  sum of 8S5I3,0SJ 25 was  paid  by  the   shareholders,   being $.>4l,-  472.50 par value of the stock, and  $1)12,208.7f> for premium   on   the  same.   The balance to be paid in  this year amounts lo $.010,1318.75  and will be received by the company   during  each   month   from  January   to   October .inclusive.  The receipt of  this  money   will  place   the  company   m a strong  financial position, the amount to  be paid by tlie shareholders being sufficient  to wipe out all the  company's     indebtedness.      and  give  a large amount  of   money  'tor additional   capital  expenditure.    The  company's capital of  .$3,500,000 is now all issued,   and  it   has   been   paid   up    to    the  extent   of   $2,841,472 50 ��� ti  0.  Record.  operation towards   the  development of the property.  Among The Placers.  - Dave Griffith was down from  Wild Horse creek Saturday. He  reports the season as several  weeks later, than usual, that the  Nip and 'Tuck will commence  operation next week.  William Haupt, who returned  from a visit lo the In viola placer  mines Saturday, reports a delay  iu getting sufficient lumber. The  Thompson Co., are constructing  1,800 feel of 11 nine  The Ban Quon Co.,' are also  engaged in putting in a big Hume  bu t expect to be ready for work  as soon as there is sufficient  water for*hydraulicking.  FVNLAY  URBEIC.  A letter from Cha.les Chapman, who has been working a  placer property on Fin lay creek  during the past winter, states  lhat the boys have done well,  having' averaged. f-rom six to  eight dollars per day to the man.  TOBY   CRKl'JIC.  An outfit from Windermere  have completed arrangements  for placer mining on Toby creek  this summer.    ,  PALACE OF MINES AND METALLURGY.  UNDER AN AVALANCHE.  The Town of Frank Buried Under  Thousands of Tons of Rock.  Whole  Families  They  Were  Slept.  Killed as  , Mining Notes.  The Ottawa government has  decided to .place alluvial gold  mining' machinery on the free  list.' This is of speciab interest  to placer miners in British Co-'  lumbia and has been wanted for  a long time. It'is the only definite change in the tariff, other  proposed, variations being conditional.  .     .   Silver-lead Quotations.  New York, May 1:  liiir Silver:  :. SIS  Mexican dollars       .          .. -J.'i  Lead                 *                  .... 4.37-1  Copper .. f .      .      .    ' . 14..30  Spelter ....   5.75  London, Muv I.-Siher. 25 1-1 (id;  i-opper' ��50 '�� d: lend. ��11 17s fid:  -poller. ��21 7s. (id.  ' ' St.  Lonis World's Pair, 1904.  This building-���in which will be placed the exhibits .of  mineral resources from all nations of the world, together with  mining machinery and equipment, and metallurgical equipment  ��� is 7>2~i' feet wide by 7.">f(-ii'eol in length with an area of uine  acres. Us height lo the cornice line is sixty feet* and the.obelisks at* the main entrance rise to a height of one hundred and  fifty feet. The buildingrwill cost approximately W00.000. There  arc no galleries and the entire exhibit area is on the ground  iloor.   -Joseph A. Holmes is chief of this important department.  Dedication of St. Louis Fair.  Slock  quotations  Kluell, Fort Steele  IJ\   nettle,  ��   O  .Vorth St.u .    .  Sullivan    SI   Eugene ...  Clous iVcsi Coni .  .  Golt'ondii  Win  liuglo   I'iiyne  Aiiicrirun Nov  Pnv Holl .    ..."    ..    ..  St   ijiifjene Mountain Mines  t'liuuilitiii OU & Mines  Albert ii Coiil .fc Coke Co  Kust Clow's Nest Coal  HuU?hin.son .5.  UkI. Asked  ���f   II.  15    ,.     ��) ,-  .    :��) ���  11 ���  ' -.'0 - -  i  .    io ���  us ���  w so ���  Market Conditions.  Copper advanced in London.  Lead was firm and unchanged  a.t New York, but was lis od  lower in London.  Silver reached its highest  (|notation this week since last  summer.  St.   Louis,    Mo., .April   Jo.���  With   the    country's'    foremost  statesmen, soldiers ancl  men  ol  affairs ' a*   the chief  acLoi&and  live   hundred   thousand citizens  of  the 'great  Mississippi valley  region as the spectators the first  day's programme of ceremonies  attending  the dedication of the  Louisiana  Purchase  Exposition  was   carried   out 'today   under  happy auspices.     The day's doings,       beginning       with      tho  brilliant military pageant  in the  forenoon 'and  winding  up   this  evening with a pyrotechnic display ot unprecedented  grandeur  were    on   a scale   of   dignified  splendor worthy of  tho  exposition and the great event it is intended to commemorate.    President Roosevelt, former President  Cleveland, the foreign diplomats  and other distinguished  visitors  were profoundly impressed with  the magnitude of the demonstration.      They   said   as  much  in  words  and   more  in actions, for  they  made  no  effort to conceal  their pleasure. ��  For the  masses  the   militarv  Matters Political.  Copper   Cliff Mine.  James Nelson, Prank Williams  and Enoch Johnson returned  from lsadorc Canyon Saturday  where they have been engaged  in developing the Copper Cliff  mine. During the past winter a  tunnel has been run for a distance of 124 feet. Later in the  coming fall the , tunnel will be  extended some seventy foot to  connect with 'the shaft which is  ' dqvvn OS feet. There is a good  flobwing of copper ore at the  '"���Htom of the shaft which is high j  ^ade ancl wrl X .warrant con fi uued  18  Many signs point to the determination of the Ottawa Govern-  ment to go to the country this  fall with Sir Wilfrid Laurier as  Leader. It is anticipated that  the Grand Trunk Pacific will  supply tho needed campaign  funds. The budget speech of  Mr. Fielding is looked on as a  campaign speech aimed to catch  all voters  The mine operators at Trail  have passed strong resolutions  in condemnation of the Dominion  Government's disregard oi* the  silver-lead industry  The Ottawa government proposes a bounty on lead to be paid  only on ore smelted in Canada,  two-fifths only to go to. the  smellers.  W. A. Galliher, M.P., wires  re lead question: "Government  intimate willingness to discuss  aid by way of bonus to delegates  and B. C. members. Am going  to insist on adequate bonus to  producer." I  parade   was   fhe   feature  of the  day, as it was also a curtain raiser  for the  dedicatory  ceremonies.  And such a   parade.      Never  in  the history  of St.   Louis,   and  only rarely in the history   ol" tho  entire country can an account, be  found   o\' a   more splendid military   spectacle.       Led   by    the  famous   Marine Hand   of Wash  ington, followed by   the  exposition otticials. the   President and  former President ol   the  United  Stales,   members   ol   tiie   president's cabinet, foreign   ainbassa  dors and   ministers,   the  governors of a, score of slates and   innumerable other   guests  of  (lis  tincfion,   the   pageant   certainly  was  a   stirring sight, one calculated   to   move   oven    the   most  and  riot-  folds from roof to ground while  from numberless flag poles and  windows the national colors  fluttered in the fresh breeze,  with here and there the flag pf a  foreign nation.  The military made a brave and  inspiring show. Every branch  "of the nation's military service  was shown, even a battery of  mighty siege guns, and military  and cadet organizations wore  present from all parts of the  country to add' to the magnitude  of the parade and the richness  of tho pageant. " Then, to contribute a fitting crown to the  glitter and pomp of the spectacle  the adjutant general of the army  with one of the largest and most  imposing staffs that could bo  gathered. was in command..  First, of course, came the usual  large1 detachment of mounted  police, and immediately behind  them rode General Corbin and  his staff. After these came the  engineers of the regular army  who alwavs enjoy the privilege  of   marching  at  the  head of a  inarched the regiments  Iarinfantry,  sluggish   blood   to   witness.  to quicken the flame   o  ism in every breast.  The ceremonies attending the  presentation of the freedom of  the city to the President occupied a little more time, than had  been calculated on and as a con  sequence it was nearly II .o'clock  when the booming of cannon announced that the parade had  started. -The starting point was  the junction of Grand avenue  and LindelI boulevard and fhe  route lay ' th rough Forest Park-  to the expositioii grounds. All  along the line .of inarch buildings  and residences were ablaze with  flags and bunting, gathered iu  festoons   or   stretched   in  long  parade.     Back of the engineers  of regu-  and in size this was  by far the largest section of fhe  parade. The regulars -did not  comprise the whole infantry  section, however, for back of  flieni came Iho militia regiments  of Missouri, Nebraska. Now  York, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky  and numerous other states. Following the infantry came the  liiihl artillery batteries ,of the  regular and militia forces to fill  the spectators with awe at the  <j. rim -look in<r rifles, businesslike  Gat ling guns and deadly machine  guns.  Then came the most spirited  and ia.scinating portion of the  parade, the cavalry division wilh  its prancing horses, forest of  fluttering yellow guidons and  rows of gleaming, unsheathed  sabers. Not only was the regu  lar cavalry in line, but militia  troops Irom various Large cities  of tho country wore included in  the division, their elaborate and  gorgeous full dres.s uniforms  adding much to the glitter of the  spectacle. The end of the line  was brought, up. by the sailors  and naval reserves, followed by  a battery of ���''tremendous; siege  and coast defense guns, the first  ever exhibited in an inland city.  Thus the procession passed  through the great crowds of  spectators. Every turn of the  wheels gave the distinguished  visitors new surprises as to the  magnitude and enthusiasm of  . Oontimiod ou Pajrc't.  The coal town of Frank-, situated at the foothills on Ihe eastern slope of the Rocky mountains  was overwhelmed by a huge  rock slide about -l-'iO Wednesday  mornin'g.  News of the disaster reached  Steele Wednesday morning, but  (he reports were wild, vague and  contradictory.  The first report was that a  volcanic eruption had occurred  and that the town had been buried under an avalanche of eruptive,rock and ashes. Then came  a second report that the disaster  was due to an explosion of gas in  the mine, and that the whole face  of .Turtle mountain, overlooking  the town had been 'blown out,  and the greater part of tho town  wilh all its inhabitants buried  beneath the debris.  ��� A later report, which is probably the correct explanation oJ  the disaster, is' lo the effect that  a huge landslide had occured  and I hat the whole eastern portion of Turtle mountain from a  height of 44U0 feet having slid  down and across the entire valley.  The number of ifatalities reported was in the neighborhood  of one'hundred, mostly women  aud children. There was known  to be a number oi miners working .in the mine when the disaster occured, and tears were entertained foi- their safety, < which  were accentuated when the report got abroad that there had  been an explosion and that the  mine was on fire. Happily this  additional, horror was spared.  The inside workings of the mine  were not injured and all but two'  of the entombed men, who, were  suffocated, worked their way out  of the tunnel'in safety".   -  The railway track is blockaded  for over one and one half' miles,  andall traffic over fhe Crow's  Nes't line will be al a standstill  for at least two weeks.  Fears of a ilood consequent  upon the damming of the Old  Man's river are entertained, and  if is thought probable that further slides may occur, in which  event the ruin of the town will  be complete.  A list of those killed is not  yet obtainable. About 0(1 of the  dead arc said to be women and  children.    Twelve miners work-"  It was four thousand four hundred feel high and slid across  the entire valley. The slide extended from d point within 200  feet of tho Prank station to a  point one aud one half miles east  This trad is covered io a depth  of from io to 00 feet with rock  of all sizes.  The loss  cannot t\of  tained, but if  wards of   100  ol   life  in   the town  be definitely  ascer-  is thought that up-  iiH'ii,   women  and  children have perished.  The dead   as' far as known at  present are:  Alex  Leifch.   wife    and   four  children; G.   William,   wife  and  three   children:     wife   and   six  children of W. Worlhinglon;   .1.  Vandusen, wife and two children  James   Graham*; ~wii'o"~and''" two  sons: Alex Graham and wife: .1.  Scott, A. Gre.sack. ���Bumis.' F.  Sumis, F. Farrington.oD. Foster  A. Dames. ���Byoskid, T.   Lock.  M.   Mardigan.   Robert  Watt T.  Rochette,    Thomas    Dolap, ' A.  Tashgin,    J.    Brighton,,   Frank  John    McVeigh.   J.  all     employees    of  a  Vouchan.  Leonard.  Poupore  &  contractors.  The fatally injured  John Watkins. Alice  Lester Johnson; J.  ton; S Ennis, wife  children, more or loss  injured.  McVeigh,   railroad  are Mrs.  Watkins:  Warring-  and four  seriously  Death of John' .Grassick.  ing outside   of   the   mine   were  crushed to death by flying rocks.  The threatened flood seems  this evening to be less probable.  A large force of men have been  at. work trying to create a new  channel, that the dammed up  waters pf Old Man's river may  be carried off. The men will  work through the night, and it  is hoped lhat the water will be  flowing through the new channel  by morning.  Most of the men imprisoned in  the mine, whose death at first  seemed certain, got out alive  late this afternoon. There were  iii1 men in the mine. Two died  from suffocation, but the other  2i> worked their way out through  an air shaft, after cutting their  way through '30 feet of debris.  There is now plenty of air in the  mine and the inside workings  are intact.  The roar from the mountain is  at times almost deafening and  the people are panic stricken for  fear of another slide. Rescue  parties have been organized and  a systematized method of search  and rescue is being vigorously  carried on, but little hope is held  out for any of tho missing.  Not of Volcanic Origin.  Frank, Alberta, April 20.--  The cause of the disaster which  has overtaken this town was not.  a, ��� volcanic, eruption' or an cx-  plosion in the mine. If wasa  lingo slide. If" was'; of such  dimensions that the clouds of  dust were taken for smoke and  the minor slides coming down  later were taken . for inside explosions. The whole east, end of  the,".nountain, extending Irom  the' tipple  east has come down.  The death of John Grassick <  has removed one of the staunch-  est business men and best citizens  of this district. His.demise will  bo deeply mourned by all who  know him, for he was a J man  gifted with the'faculty of attaching to himself in tlie bonds of  warm friendship those with  whom he came in contact. John,  Grassick was a man whom  everybody hereabouts knew and  respected.    < '  The illness which ended in  death was not ot more than two  days duration. lie was first  taken down wiihoan infiamation  of the bowels, this developed  into a hemorrhatre of tho  lung's.'  and in thirty hours death came  and forever stilled as true and  sfout a Scottish heart as over  throbbed  There was an expression of  universal regret when the tolling  of the school bell on Wednesday  night announced the death of  Mr. Grassick. and the sad news  passed from mouth to mouth iu  whispers that told the depth of  the feelings -which it stirred.  The funeral services will take  place on Sunday al 11 a.m. from  ihe Presbyterian Church. The  services al the church will be  conducted by Rev. T. McCord.  after which the .Masonic fraternity will take charge and conduct the services at the grave.  John   Grassick'   was   born   at  Aberdeen. Scotland, in 1��S4, and  consequently   at  tho  time of his  death   had   completed    his   r.9th  year.       lie   came   lo   Seaforth.  Canada,   at  an   early  age.      He  was at Golden in   1890,   at   Windermere  in   lhfll,   and   came   to  Fort     Steele     in      I.S!j3.        Mr.  ("rassiok was the senior' partner  in tho firm of Grassick -.v.   Demp-  soy.   contractors   and    builders.  In   business   Mr.   Grassick   was  known     as     one  Ihoroiigli-going,  .straight-forward  one.'who knew him, his word was  as good as his bond, and   to few,  indeed,   was  accorded   the   high  degree    of     public    'confidence  which   was   enjoyed     by   John  Grassick.       He    will   be   sadly  missed throughout the whole  of  Southeast Kootenay.  ol the most  reliable and  men.      To any-  i I TIIK PROSPECTOR   FORT STEELE,  B. C, MAY 2,  1903.  LM'MSLIHII D     Io"-,  A.  B. Grace,  PUDLISHCK    AND    CD1TOR  THE    PROSPECTOR,    is    published  e\cr\   s.ituiJ.i*,,  .ind   h.i*.   .1 gu.ii.inteed  .���irciihition large!* than nnyothei* papei  n Knsi  IC001 en ay. It is ill! home Printed'  ���md  contains   double  thi!   new-,   of   ,m^  ttlier piipci*.in the"district  V-��  an   .id\ ci nsinn   inedn in  ii   i- un  excelled  Devoted io the upbuilding oi l\vt "-'I'lli ih&  J ��� i lopu i nt ot tlit \ lsi mi'it iii itso nus of  iLe Last K(.oit.ii.i\ mini igi'lsti n  ^ub-e* 'puons j J im pei   \ r 11  ' dvcttisUig in't.1 in nl. U-i imii i n ip-I i itn.1 .  '"'oniri but Ions ,uc solit iud fiom all p nisot th,  Ustr' :-t*..t .11 ,;, .s,vr    :c. i���ci *oi pulilu uicln  Illlst II l, L till* 11    IU1   s s .;-llllll <<.  -�� fib���  --W-.-.,   ����������-.  NOTICE.  1 I.Mil IIS  IOH   1'lMlIiK   LlMlis  ��Jj�� y$V0&pSZ\OX.  SATURDA'V.  MA'V.'I'.- 1!)03.  up,.it;'.  '���-:��� There is no .'denying  fife-fact  that   a 'yery...h'i.i;ge;ii.uiubeV of Uie  o};d..���.lime"''pruspc',ct(>rs and uiiuors  of v Southeast0-���lvoote'ivay''  haye , t!,r-s,,,,*!.1!:*,,,!  ybeeii'.'wittcl'iing the concent ration..i"iu-s(*ri.bi-d'n�� ri;.  'a'tid ^absorbing., of lai-gu .'.'ia-nd  :graut�� in this district bythe/C.  ,P.":'-.R.',;'"' yCdhrpHiiy.ijy'-ft-'yis begin-  HEALKl) TK.VUKKS will in: received by ilie  yv   undersigned  up  io  noon of Wcetuesday.  if   20th.May. from any persoii ivlit) may desire  io obtain ulease. under me provisions of suction   12 OJ tin*.  "Land Am," for Hit- purpose of  cutting 'tiuiber  therefrom,  of it  timber 'limit  situated south and east of Moyie Kivor, and on  Meadow Crock, East Kooi.enav'DiKirict. known  as L.t.,l.S!i~;- containing' in the: aggregate S,7,58,  acres, ;, .-':',���'������ * '-"..y        -.-," ������',.,  ������.        '.     ..... " .,  ,' The ��� compelitor offering tlio highest . casli  bonus will be* .untitled !'to"a lease of. tlieiliniits  for a tt.'1'in of 21 years. ~ .���������������:'���   ���','.' .  '  . Each -tender mpst be uct'ompifniodby a ee!rt I-  lied i/heqiie, iiiiule pay*| blt-'"u- the undersigned'.  To cover the aiiioui.'.t ut', the ii'isi yeui's rental'  (���f^olS.TCO.ttinl the.jlni.omit uf. Ubiiu*. lendi-reel.  an-.l also a cenliicd .clietpje for ?l,31u.tJ0, being  the,cost tir cruising' uiui surveying the 'Jithitb.  The. clit'iiues win..be''at. oinie'rtiuriieU ii!,,t;b:  successful competitors. ', ���      ,   y �� y ���'   ���  :-yf-  ���':���'   i y "��� .     >*,V\V..S. UORI-y ���     ' ff.,:  ������Diptttyf-fofiiniissioner of Landsft Wt\rl;S  Land* tiuidtWorks��� Deporimeflfi 'f'ffi:  ���IS >'���".��� firloritt:. P.C., iifttd, -Ipf!- i-'Fi f  "'" 'ff-ffi' yyiVOTlOE. '"   r";. ff if."  j 'yxOTiCK^lSyifKUEI-fV^'CIJA'KX ' Unit'.il'iiri.i-  'j tliiys after tl:iu*.;*.fe, tin* riinl<��i--.i}-;Ht'i.l.-"Jul.tKiul- If.  apply.tti'lire Assistant Ciini;iiissiimcr;i>t. .L^ntlS  , uti.j Works fur Hit* District ,.<i.t .J.'aisf .Koi/ii-iniy  j ami lli,-yi.'.liit'f C'oiiiiijisslniio'r" of- -.l.uhils nii-,1  | Wti'ilis  oryuie, .'t"r.H:jiuv of "Itriiis!*'-;i..';,>luiiili!ii  i  Ipr ti.'l-|ls.;�� ID |)|-.,>pf-l;lV:li'n''l-  I uii,iii.'<In.* 'amis. KVisi'.ni tlVi-' I  rn i'tij;i.tL'|- ui  oils:''-" .:''.  ���   1 "���(."uiiimeiicUii;.'at .1 in>.s_; ;iii  ut.riJt' i-iisi l\l' lit.,* 'l'..o,\ u'.i.y.Mi.i  itmiiii pi-.��i���'t..i;; 't\'., r;   i.i,i*iii-\  iH>rwi ^'v-haiu^. iSii'.iu-i' wfii  ini  i-:|';.  . i  Wli  HO!  t,n.l  isfi  '.'-'���'  iVtn  : ,  It'll 1  "tl 1  i-  ls,tn  ;ris  ���its  ;..  '''���'%,  liieP  .__....  ���if  n.  Hi,  'i'il'i*.  :"o'  ���iii'i  res  .10.  !,!,.-'>  n'ihgHp'-kiblv as.-,;,.h.o.iig-h'..-t,lj'e'  'nd  Pacitit' <-i'  ximbia:- \'i  llu���ir. i\ ^ai n   0  :.&"  has, L.nii)o     ui   ( andi.iaii  doii'ination hi lh .ii-n  *. t.    ThLli-LtlLl iK'.l tJQ"_ on  nit-iit ii'chuii' Im   thi'   cai'i ."I' i  lion of i he C'olu'i-h ,i   iV   Wi-s-^in  land   i^idnr   "a-s   a   -f.^)) o' 'imuo  importance than v<i- ' eol /ci| ��n  a   majoi'ti   o!r *lie   ifs-deuc^   d'  the    Kootenav,      h   nun   m^ih.,  that fhe   unaiiiinou-  d.-v -iw   ���>,  Legislative      A>sembl\     ^\a>.    i  knock out to   fiuthe,-   land��>ab  bing bv. the C   P   11   in  this  district  Geor<re   ilcL   lirov n   conii,,  diets Minister vVells in   the   \\u  ness box as to the deli' eiy of the  Columbia   ami!   Wesfei n   etov\n  grant-,     bo will all   the ('  P   R  officials -  , X        " X  Lead   mining   is  asimpouaut,  to British Columbia as   the   iron1  u i ���  and bleel industiy is to   Eastern'  Canada*  O til.  The C.inadiajb Co\ crnmenl  have made a move m the i lght  direction -in establishing an  assay oflice at Vancouver,' but m  oidei   to  give   Canada   the  lull  modi ol the "old she is pioduc-  honld take activ e steps  ;isi  .Hith  illff.  .Uiifi  !i:u*   or    Un:   .llKi'lictt ^   llioui,.     liiy'ii,.,  .si,'-..clliilvi,s':'. r!ittn't.-vV;is(   SO i*iiiiiii*.''io,l')u-  I tit*i*iT:ftiii|;yci,|iiiihiiny Hlo itt'it-s^        '.,:  ,1 yiff.-fiii; i'*'..:i,.'',- f ���'".  .". '���'���''..': iff. '.  ,'".-'���-':"'--   '     y' .."���'' -W-T. ,.|i|-U>-y,I..K-:i!lir''  eiisl coniec post of a. 10. liuriK's* claim, iind ad-  jai*. in to tliu siiiiUi cast'corner; of S'.' Drown'n  claim. Ilit.:ncd s'p.uih HO chains,, thence west SO  cliains, llieiicuiiorth HO' clialnsi,  ihenceicast, 8(1  chains to  the place of bC(ci"ninK.co'ilaiiiiug  1140 acres.   ���, '' ',   y      -.'.        '���   ; y ���"..    '���-...  .. DatijiliMurch ffilh; I1KK.      ���      ���',���; ��� ���.. ;'���'���    ; ';..''  !     A.,K. Uarnes, X-ocutor,  ,   '' .'"it-;     '���'.. .        A. Laitliiuv, Agent  ,iii , Commencing at a' post,, litiihg,.' the south -  west, conior post of A. li. Rail.l'tou's. claim, aiid'  iidjiicejit-io  the soutli'ca.st corner post of .S.  lirowii's claim,, tli'onco SO- chains, nftrth,,thence  80 chai ns oast,' 1 hence 80 chains, sou't h, tlience  SOehains west to the place' of   lVegliiniiiK,,.con-  iaining..(!l() acres, o  ''���'.'''.-,,'���'  i" ft-' ..-..,''.  y^.itcd March-2RUi, liHir iiyfy y .'������ f .'���';;���  ���'���;:: ���.'-������;. f���'������'������. \ f "fff f. 11/Iiailltbn, Lpcator.,. ���,.-''  ���.--,..-.','. .. .;���.-.���.:"������ ���������'"������. ��� A, I..iiidlaw,Aireiit.  ���;.lti���; Coinuioiicing at. 'ir. post, being ihe ii'iji-ih  east foriiei- post, of llei'iry !���'. -Soi-g's claiin, ami  ,ailjal*...|il'to S. li. I.'aintoi.i.'ssoiuli ivi-st i-Onii-i;'  post. llit/nccSOchalns'sonlh.,, thejict* .80 i-lnilns  easi. tlieiice Sn chain., norlh,..ihencp So elm ins  tves'i tt....('lie place of., beginn'ing,. coiituililng. 1)40.  a(!i-es.'' '    ���-.'-, ���'.'.���*' f-f' . '��� :"'' 7.   ���'������ -  ,' l>i'ili*.l \[iii-cli',aih. '.li'i(w. ;: .  :.'���'.'.'���   ���;;.  ..'���'?  ' !,;"y    ���'���'������:l���'-.���.      ������'������ Henry, |.', Sorg, l.ii(>aloi-���;,,',.'  .���'���;!���' .'������ ..'ii'������*.'���'���   ������". ���-.. ii',y--'.A'-���ijiiiiiii!.iv,';\gi..iii';,  7 ,1,-Coiuim'iit-iiig af iy  posi,. being, the'fbtiiilho  east t't(rnvr'pi.sl.ol''\\'iii. l-liKviil'tl' Wing's claim,  ai;,t>lil.iivii'iiilU-s'south of   .V.   1*1.   Ilni-nes'  nnrlh'  I'ast.fonu*'!' post.���thciif'y Ml chainsnorth, tlicuco  Sliflialns wesl, tib'ni't:. S'Ochains snuth,  tliencti  Si)c!ni'UlS;l*n'st;iii Mil1'- place  of 'lingliining, "coio  ini'ii'iiii: iiii1 iit'i't-.t.. y .':'" .' ;   ' .' .-���'���.'=     'f'tr-.- "������'"<'���  ;   |'aIt'*i'.l Miit't ii'-.'Sl'.li.-;.l:'j.i;t;'���  .',."���'.'   ���������������<>:,  '."   ff,. ���:'.,���' Wiii. I'Slwai-.l Aying, .(-.'iiciuor..    ��� ������  f::i"f'"i ft '"���:. fi 'l.rti.lta'ii''. Aijenl. ;.  Is ri>ii-.rii.'.>ic.l'i|..'- .-ii i.ityposi.. I'oin:: t'ie uoi'lli  easl (...ini-r .>! '. l-';'(hi'in "Si. |.;.. Mnri'l-'dir.s^cliiiiii  iin,!-ailj..initiij-Win iMiwai-i'l' yvitnS's soutliyoist  .innteiyposi .'tliyiu't' soniii^sa eliMliis.' I hence West  so flotjits, iliepctr noi'l U Si I t-liaiii-iy llieiiee oils I.  I ,Sii chains i.i'-iyt- )ilai;<''of lM.).,lmiiiii:.'oon'iaii|lng'  ! i'.-i(|nt.-rc'.s. -'���"���'���'���;;���'���'''��� ��� y fi- ���;.. ' , "'' ';;,.' "j.  | ,-,'��� IKltcil ii:ii\ir*iSili',- tuittf '���'" [fi f��� '"'"ff  ,�����'���-. Jilt.liiin A: .ItMitri-i-oil,-. I;iii-ilti:tf.. ,  !.-'.   ;-';:'''-'.-;.:',":-:;: -'.r--V.'   .ifyf '.A, iiiiiilliiwy Agility  ll litis   iheiKt south M) l llllllls   tlKIICL   "est  Wi  h iius to the pl.it e of begluniiife' t oiitaining 110  acres;  Dated Maicli Jhth  lim  Clii'islian Anilersoii, Locator,  A   I���Jidl.n\   Agent  U   Coinineniing at a  posl  being the  north  w isi lomer post of ('has    M< Vab s t l.inn   and  adjituu to  the south   ��tst   coiuei   post   oi  (hn.tiiii  Andeisous  i luim   tlitiiic south so  clinins tin nt i e ist SO (.halns   tht'iiu, noitli hi)  ibains the nee wcit SO ilinus to  the plinc of  beginning lOnt.ilniiignio joos  Dated Vimdi .'Stli, PIOI ,  f has MlNiiIj  Lotaloi  15 A   l.aitlliiu   Agi lit  .:;. i0,t.iiii.iiii.i...ii'ii-if;--;H.' k -posly.-beiit"  easi .i.t.n-ni*r.'pi>.st- ori.:. ;t...'l'Ali-, -> !i<! ';-  ')).'.' stint.!! >.-ustV.->riiyi*;u!7\\y.' C. yOui  ?fcfSt.'ir-su,iilrsii;i.!,:ttus*l'!|>'iji:ir-t\'i^;  l.hciiee;if:hfyii.fu>. \fff. yfi  io titt; pl'ict. ,,���!  beniliilinj.-;' t'.olilttjltMli  :- !*a:ciHii��riO* ^S:iiy!;��:.: iffy.  ���-'':  '.'���'..iy'['y:���fff: yfffiH.-.1,,.;i'af  T";... . (ii;, <���<;���>)�� iii;.|lrj I'm'.��� ui ,a   posi0 lieiiig tlio sou lli  (It.-; 'Hesi^yi.i'iiei-J.pi-st- of 'l-'raiil; yv.eiiasc'seliiinv,.  *.i.''ii ;fi7J"airtl rtjjiiceiilliti the sodlli   easl 'i'tuaier poiit. til.  rjaiiii; ;Win.y.'l-'.'fiw-iinl AV'Ing's  I'laiiit;   ihence SO ithaii.is  ! y-t7y*hit.i)is.' I nortli; ���.linnet, so t*hit^is'.t?iisiy .tlient'eysii: 'elnii'iis.  i   so  rbaiiiS, IsojilIt!;tlleiietj.so cliainsAi-iOii; lo'.jlie pliico.'c.T lii;-!  S.il*to,.!a.ci-cs...-j.Kl.ijiii-lig. eouiaiuiiig lilii aeres..., .'    ;.'. fffi-:.  y.y.r :y..y s yriaietisiartiii-ssuiyisio:)..;  I'.iv.-.iUin, ..y.y.   tfy.:,. >f���:'���.. ;������>-������; l-'i-anl;. A'  ������-. ft--. ^.NpTicEyy,;y ffyr  ���������' Js'oi^'f Is lifieb)- given Ihiit ihirty'-iiays .after  (.hue;, ive'the   ufi.ler^igueii  Ituiiuoi-s. Intend  to  ripply in llii-'.'.yssUiani t.vniiui's-'ityi'el* of  Lands  aiid VV'i'rljs ion the   I ���!?, t il<:i  of  Knst'' Kuoiemiy.  imilt'ii.ilii! ('hlef .1 'iininilssioi'i^r ..of   Lands'and'  . \Vorl>s, fur Llceimes to -prospei't' for Colli ami  I'l'troleuin it posy the lauds berel nil ftcr described, y shunted ..In  Sonlheiist.. IwuiUiiiny  aboiil.  IM-ctit.Vr.fiiui- (i-l* n'iili-.i southciisi'cif .the ioivii oi'  Morri^M'.Vtin ihe'heipl of Loilge 1-oltt(..'reek east  of.the Caiiadliiii I'neilic Jtaihvay  Kuscivit. and.  stiuth of;tlio llue.kc(l group'of claims.       .' ...  ...I) roniiiifiifiug ii| it piisi, lii'lug tilt*, iitirilni'tist  i'OrncriiM'hii'i Hay's claiin a.id adjoining In tint  noi-lheasl. corner, of   W.  .1.   lliissiMt's   elnlin',  thttnei! Koni.h HO eliiilns/fhencit tltisl ,H0. chajn.s .  Ihence noil li Ho"el'in Iiis" t licnci; ivcsl WlchairsHi  I lie pbn'e nl' eouiiui'iicciiioril initl coiilaiiiiii'g Hill  nereis, y     tliitletl :lrd April'..\\K>:l.y'f    ,7y      ',..;  ,      ,'��,";.,'-'.    ffff  ' , ('has llay,���l.oeiiloi;y  ".f" i Vim iiii'iii'liig n'|. ii post being Ihe noriht'a.st  coriier |.o.s|. tu' VV. .1.. Ilasselt.'s elaiinantl adjoin,-  ing io (lie liortInvest ciiriiei; post 'iif (.'has IIay's  t'liti in, lliuiice.soiit.li so. ehiiins,- I hence vivest (jl)  chains, ���lii'iiec iiiiri Ir'rtu'iriiiiiiis, I hence' east; SO  (���baiiis'ttyilit* |ilacoof coiiitueii(,;i:iiicut and.con-  .tiiiiiliigHlllncroif,   i   liiiledyllrd April, l!|0;i,. 7..:;,  '-.' '������������'''   -.'..' ������;������   -ff     , f VV. J.'nassoti., rJocator"  , .'A'- ('oiiiiiHiii.'liig al.a, |)osi lieing tlie nor'ihwe.sl  ca;rhei*-itosi.of. O.WraAV^=Kloy(IW^dnfni#|;lieiietf  cast..fii'icliiiiiis.tti the iitu-fhwest'curlier iif'VV, .1;  Jlassett's't'la'liii, iiient'oSotilh H0"eliains,.lhence  ivcsl  ni; el.niiii.s.., thenee' noi-tli KO cTialiis to the  pbiee'iif eoiniiieiiettnieut,   iiiid1 ciiiitaiiiing   lilfl'  A.  ���'���f item::  7-,t.  jueeitiio. ;pt-. m>  ei?iia. .-hfliye :t  ���'���.iiiirii's/tiferii.*  V^aius :o'' tiie.  r'AO iii.-re^y" : . '      7  . Da'.j.j' Sin jelt i-v.a  'fff  *ti'f&*'~:  ���rUi'sti.. i  ^ttt.U:��  :iene.  .t-liasc.cj.tieiilo  si.SI I  ^���lac*-  o:,.  ;ii.-tin*=.-iri.-ii��.ti-..".v^-st, >b;  iK.''g-i',;i-iiigy",,(.,ui-aiinuig  1S.K.  .    VV  l'ry-sJiotv;. U.V;ttt-.r  if   '.f   -f. iii fff   i:fy   filfUiUl^fA^nlt  . > 4 l.'onim.iiH. iii;r,, a IfifiHjijff being.' the . nori ii  . ivesi i-iit-nei- of Chiis... ii. lyislitfr's.claim,-.-iBitl ail-  jaeerii.to Uie,.sou,Ui ivesi corner.of AV"; t". .Sno'lVs  claiin, thence south .sO. chain::'.. theiict>;east..i;0  chains, thence riorth !?0 i.*lii��lii.s,;;'t'lieiiee Vtvest'-S)  chains, to the; place of.begiinimg. containing  tJ4U iicres.   "  y . :;,y yy^ fi i' [[  ,:bitiedVM^reli^*!th,y'ft<)3.-y. i.ffff'fy: y-if...,'.'.  ������. f) fj.; .-'; ''���������' yy Chas; H.. Iyisher.: Locator..';,'.  "'"-,.'"������'.'' '������'', y ['       .A. Ltiidlaw, Ageiit '"  Coiumeiicihg, a if. 'a p-jsi.about - fivo. '.���miles'  J.i ast'of VV. C.' ll)ru'r.^'.s initiiil post, beingtlie/Initial po.st-or--Js:yM-.;Fltzp;iir'rcfc-s---ciaim and. tiie  south - east . co.rhtr.y tlieiicey^northfySil '..'chains,  thencc.west $0,'chain's.'.tiienee.south, SO ciiaiiis,.  thenee 'east.SO.chain's, to the'place oi beginniiig  containiiig\ikaacresfyfyy7 7y'yyyyy7yy7y ���:���-���! iff  'yDii'iedysriirtyii^sthyii'O'i.;"."'- ff ffi.fyf. ;f  "ff "'" fit.   ���' Jty'fFil7ip:\trick,1 "Locator."/-'.'  fffff'.fi yif. fffff'''f-\- LaidlaiviiAg-eht  holding    this    ��old  in  hoi  in4 they  Iowai ds  yanad.i  11 is said that there is a youny  lady in Ci.inbiooK- who is so  iiiodo-st she would not i clue so  lon�� as thoic? wai a cop} ol the  Chi isti,in Obsot voi in the 100m  We vvondei if she would object  lo a Moi i isscy Minei. a l^ianlc  ttuitinol oi a Foi I Sfeel(> Pio-s  puelor ��� Moyie Leadoi  Win \mi sjimiid  in \  FAIR    PLAT  CHEWING  TOBACCO  I)     s,      j        1,    1  \  Because  i  Because  ii -  Because  i. -  in  Because  r '11  -I.I-,  ill (I.S  lJ.lstl.IIL  h'fiii  i tu* itiriri-st. h'l''!i  " -���"'���...piii'.'. .     yy.  !.:iL)s iii''-'",.'.!ii'.ii;ilil.*,   i'..:  i)i*i*inl:ini-   until   Juntmry  '������ ���   '     l "1st,   1906.  .  BeCaUSe  yve [iunnui'���-'������;���������;.��� |,ii,u.  anil'.y ,,  "Because y."��|'i,";l''������!��� ':::.'���'lllt'j|jl'j/:---f  t'n I'l^f.iifii.'i vittir.-inimC'V if yiiii  . are* not snti-iit_*iiy .  'i'Hi-; Emp.iki-: ToiiAi.i'o '. -i>;,  i.-rn.   '  --V liy-Coinnieiicing-at iivpost,"beiiig; ihe^iicirtli  easf corner post of. L. O. .Morrison's elaini. iiiid  .adjacent to the soiilh east eornor of J. M.jFilz-,  Patrick's claim, tlience1 south S'U ('hiiin.s. tlieniie  Ayest.SO.chaiiis, ihence north,sU 'chains, ..tiieiice  Ciist'SiJ chains to the place ,.of beginning; eontiiining li-10 acres. '.y ��� )���'���'. - "-.,  Dated March iSth, 1903.. f'"!'-[ if.f "'"  :fy,.f L. 0. Morrison. Locator  fff,    :..      ,.,,,..,, ,y.A7.Laidla\v. Ageiit'  T Couinionciiig at ', ; post, being the south  west c.orner of C'lias.-Da'ivsou's. ciaiin.. and ail-  jaeciil'to the'soiilh east corner of J. .VL Fitz-  pairielc's elaini, tiienee, north SO c.hiiiiis. Ihence  ease SO (-.bains', thenee south SO ehains, thence  west SO chains to .tlio place 'of- beginning, coii-  taining'Ub iicres.i    ���",. ,  .   Dated .MarchiSth. l'.lO.t. .   '��� .,.-���". _ .fff.  f   '7      Chas. Dinyson.' Locator ��� ...  fyfi ���'    A.. La id law. Agent-  .    s   Couimeni'ing ai a  post,  lieiiig the  nortli  jyvesl-conn'r of K.-M. Skidinorc's claiinf'antl  ad-  ijaeenl.to the siJiith.west eornor of  Chas.   L">aiv-  ! son's claim,.ihence'si.iiuh SO chains'. ihent;c*Cusl  ���j- j SO chains, thence liorih so chiiius,  iho.uce  west  ��� so ehains to the phti-e of beginning, containing  ! tiio'at-res.-' . ":. ���-' ' af "      ���'��� '���"���  |.. . I.iateil March ���.'Stl.i..i'.vi;s.'' f  .....     .-.'',  | i   '" .....    K.'.M.ySki.iiiiore, Loc.-iloi-      .  [.    '   .;     . f '.''; A. Liiitllaw.; At'cfn i.:.  i o i.-(iiiinit.nt-ing.at :i ).o_st. ',beiiig'..-i,he sonlh  ] east corner of An'di-ow l.aitl.iaAv'.s' cliiiin nnd  ; about i'h.'i miles south of the iioub. oa.sl corner  j of K. L. Ttite's claiin. Ilience. norli,- So ehains.  I tiienee -westso chains, ihenco'south So ehainsf  j thenee e.-iit so chains loihe plnei*oi' lic.gi lining,  y'conlaiuing i'Ho at-i-t*s. ���  |ii.U-d .M.-iiel,.-.'stli. l!'o:i.  Antlri  \gt-n,(,,y. ,iy..> ,','..''���'������',.'.'" 7; .'if       A. Laiilliuv. Agenl  Hiisi'.-'"'"!^"./^'- t^le���'���"so^it.h"7^'".y^,���y������9."^l!ru,5U''j'.1���^!,,���t- !V'.1.l-'.0-s.t-':-'.LV*;.**,S!-.:.'f1?��'. !l"F  s.ii(.iv's.:t:!a:my;aut:iil- ! ^,'*ty��"'y'';^  -t>i-:;ef o:'\y���i7'iJBa>-v's'-' "'!/"'JH-V-i'.ni to tho'soiitli wesl corueiv.post. of  1 Fraiik ,v'..'C.'ii.n!ii��.'s t'-Inini,''iliiincfl St)chains souili  ? IheiiceSiVehailis^ easlyflieiice 80 chiii hsudi-tli,"  J .tli(;ii(jc Si! chains, ivyst. to the p)acedf"bi.'gihiiiiig  i cbntaiiiiug ii4l) aci'Ksf ;.; ".,.'... '    ' f'  'i... 1.>at.uj;iVItii:clf -iSlli, .fiiicl.f: '   '- ..... "y  -.y.y   .,.  y.yVltiuile S. iMiiYiouald. Locator;  ,,-'   7"y-.".,y ,,.... ���''. if if A. Laidlaw, Agcht; .'���  ;.'l   (t'bihuieiieiug. at   u  post,  being liny souili  oust cortier. posl of iM. jr.: Draper's ehiiuu a bout  two miles sbiitlrof Die sou th,'west, '(���orner';post  of .Siiin'rriiseoitys claiin,'iheuet>8() chains nortli  thenee. SOehains -.vest, thence SO : chains   south,'  thence SU chains oast to:tiit;.plac(! of begiiiniiig;  .eoniiii n ing li-10 acres. ,'���., '���'.!������'--���- ,. iff if-', i-.f  i -I^H.led, March iJSth; 190H;' :V';:- 'fi "if if. ft  'f"ffi''fffi y'M.T; Draper,'Locator ������',  ���"ff" ���[fi:'..".f: y .-'.;.��� .;-/... ..'���',.;.'jft!'. "Laidlaw, Ageiit ���'���'���'  ifi .eommencing iit' a... post, f being',-. Uie. north  ttasi,corner.of VViM;Dean's claim and adjaeeiit  to; the sout-h eastfeorner post of M. IV; nriiper's  cla.ini.f.tlicncc'Soydiiiiris.sputh', thence,80 chains  west;.thence SOciialns^iiortliythence.80 chains-  east to theplace .of begiiiniiig;-ycbiuaini'njf' MO  z?F::'" Ff F :;��� F'-i FFiF f tf. p'f  f DatedyAI.ii-cli SSthii lW):iy?;o;:;: y; ������:[;,,[ fff [fff.  if :.'��������� ���'.- '���!���?: iif ii: it ff VVyM.yDeaii,' LocVitor. <ti-  ..'���' -.'���.' -���'..- .y.'f-  '������,' iffi^J?A.- Laidlawf.Ageui'y,  f2S   Comnioncing iit ii- post," being the soiitii'  w-esl corner post of.CvOberg's cliiiin,:and .adjacent to .the. south, eiist. corner post of M.-'iY  Draper's ciaiin, llience nbitli.SO chains, thence  east 80 chains, thence south 80  i*liaiiis,-ytliene'e;  west SO ehains'to the pliicc. of; beKiuiiing.; containing (i-KJ acres;    ":',. yf.ff '���'-'-���- '.'���������;   '' -y '..-it"  Datbtl March JiSth,:i!i0:i. '=''   ���   ':':   [ifffff'i  ..    ,    yc. ...  .   O...Oherg,.Loc*iitor   ,;  .',;-;.- .    .      ....   . A.. lf,aidlHW.'Ageiit -  ���'' ii Coinmciiciiig at a' post,, herng the iioi'th  ���west corner of Fi. Oberg's claiin. iind adjacent to,  the south .west , corner of 0. Oberg's eliiiiii,:  thenee south Sti chnins, thenceoast SO. (Plains,  tlience north 80 chains, theiieu- west.80 chains  to thcplace'of beginning, eontiiining il40 acres.  ���-Dated MarcIi'-iSth. l!K):i. '" '';.  '";.'      ,     f        H.Oberg. Locator">���  ���''.'    A. Iiaidltiw, Agent '  itLn   post,  being the soutli  cast eorner of C.:. 10. Grove's elaim. about two  miles 'sou ih-of. the north eiislcorner of  VV.  M.  Doan's eiiiiin. thence norlh. S(i  chnins.  thence  .west Sii elniiiis, tlieiice souili Sti eliniiis.  iheiice  cast SO chains i'o tiie  phiee of beginning,  con-  laiuingti-io neies.  ...,������'���     ...... .,"    ,''."  I.iaicd Jhircli iiSih-f IIMW. f" ' ':   i ���  ���:0 :1 . c:.'lO. C!ro,*e. Lbeiitor" '  ���f'.a:"      *���''���     ���-,  '-'.-  '-.-,  "A. Liiitllaw. Agent  I-  l.iiiillau. Locator.  ,('.imiiit-ijcing  al .a   p.isi,.   being the. iiorlli  cornel   .if   K.-.l.   Kubcri's claiin.. and nil  i-nl to lie- stiulli^iisf ei'ii-.iior nt Andrew La id-  im.   tlit-llt-.-   sou'tji   sii  eliains.   theni*..  . lilrllf.. Iitiilh  .SO t-hajlls.   Illtriiei*  lo   tlii-   plllct-   tii 'b.'giniiilli...   ei'li  .    '!"  ; i-ii-i  '; ja  ; ���lt w'  ' Wes! S.I eluiii  ; "-as!, si) eh ll ill  ttt.'i.illli  (.14.1 MCl-.-S   .  Da leu .Murelj -.'sili  I'.n.'t.  I*:   .1. I,'.,l.i..|.l-  . A; .LiiIi-  . Lociiiiii*  lint. Agenl  NOTICE.  } I ! t '.iliinn-ln-tii;. nt  i iv. ��! ��� ...nit-i- ii! , Saiu  i .iiic-iiti- to . tii..' -..nib  f l.uidlaw's i-Iii'im. tlnii  ; fust so chains, l.lu-n.-i-.  1 v,-est.��b i.'luiiiir, i'o il  ���lalnlii" ..|o,i|.|-..>'  Dai.*') Mn  phi  "-���--l.li. ilm:*.'  pus I. In-ill;,- Il.te sinnli  rnscigl't eliiiiiiiiiH] inI  ist I'oiiiei* nl A nil iv w  nortli Miieliiiins. iliein ,���  mil so i-haii.is. .'tlit;ii,.|.  ol   beginning,  eini.  TK.VIiEIlM  lit   Tl.MlthK   LlMI'l*  Sain 'I'liiseiiii.. Lueiiiur  ~:==A; l.aidlii.w. Agenl,  I*.  t KALKH TlOiVOKKS  will i,��  iniili-rNigii.-d   up   bi   in'n;iii  ���tl  bt- tin  ��� O1'  ^\ . li;iib.-rNigli.-d up ui iun;ili of Weilliendat  K^ Kith dl rvla\7 iruin a r. v P'*!---'iii wijo Oiii v il.--  sir... In oiit,tin ,-) Iras.-, iiiul.���rlh.' priAlsiuiis o:  ���'section i-Jof lh>* "Land'Ari," for th.* piirj^isc  nt cutting I iiiib.-i- I hercli-oui. or a limber limit  sl'iiial.i-il mi l.li.- wesl sid.- or Kit l.'iver   WCS!   oi'  I'l-tllie:   llTMisoul.ii--vi-.st iitilie lllt.lllli of Mlc.'i.'*!  Creel;, ive.slHi Kit -K.iver., Kast  Kool<*nn>*   Di*.  l.rlct. liiiown ii-t Luis l.sli'. ,-itid d-.S'if-. eiint.tli'iiiig  ill  I III* agl.'lt-IXHle '.l.'.IIH' Hi-i-es. I  ���     1^   (..'ouinjciiein,...  al.  wc*-.t. cttriier nl KolieiT  jae'eiil to iiii- south ��v  colt'*   eial.ii..   l.li.-m-e -.  east v>> cliiiin.".. tlieiice liorl.h'  Mil   i-lin ilia,  ttvsl H'chiUu', ii.-tlit-phic of   bcgiiiiili  taming '.t'' in-t'"- ���  |jii!..-il Miin.-.li :i'.iU,  .-t   po-.l.  .Mllielv  ���I eoinel  i.II Hi   SIT  nl  i-Jia il  .* iho-non.li  in. and .a.l-  Siiin   'I'nis-  l.licii.  l.li..iii  The    I'oinpi'iit.ir   iiirerlng   tlm   liiiili.-.'.i  bonus will b.'.-lillll.-'l lo H   lelts.^nr   Iin     lilllil  lor a t.i-nn "f I u.'iit y one years  I'iillil  l.'lllll'l- lllll-l   be nr.olnpll n ie.l  bv    tl    . "'I  lllled i-ln"in... niiitli- payable to I be undersign.*!  In eover Ihe iiiuoiim. or t lo-lirsl y-'ar's i-'.*:il.'i  (fl.l'.'O.nu; iirnl Un* iiinoiiiil   <>r  l.ouiis  leinleri-il  h  mo::  K'iIm-i-i Mill..,:, I.iieai.i,  A   Laidiii'iv, Air  in,  and  ills.. 0 eci-Ulb*.  .1  e  I.e.,  II!'      (fl  ,.  ff,,��,  .   bi-ini;  ll.e e  'osi of eriilsiii  ir i  Ill.l  Slll-Vi  .���ylng ���''"'  llniits.  Till! .  rlii'i|ucs tt ill  In*  .HI  once  rel uriii-il  in  un  Mli-ei  ���ssfnl.ciirnp.*!  ii...  I s'.'  VV. S. OOI5K.  Ill /nit!/���('mii-iii issioiirr of 1.(1 Hil.f if-  Luiiils mill  Works Ih'/iiirlnicnt.  Virlm-in. li. (..'., Villi April, lilt',!.  ; I.i f .'..miiii'ii'-iiii: al. a j  . '-asl. e.tiuiei orS. Ill !itvi|-,-.  nnl.-s siiutii of Ilie mlrtTi ca'..  ; MorrlHoiTs cliiiin,' tb'-iice i  j liicni-.' wi-sl. SO i-lialljs. ib'-ln-i  i.t.lienci- ..���asl "(I chains t<. fin- 1  ,,ri. ' I'lnitn In ing IVI'I nt:res.  Dated .March "sib. iiik.'i.  S. Ilriiwn, Lociitor .  A. Liiidlaw. Agent  t. being the south  i-lililll, a boot. , Iwt'i  .1 <-<>i nor or I... c.  iioiih so cluiins.  ..- sou lb so i-i,a in.',,  nl beginning.  :>'��� : Coniineneing at ii post., hi.'ing*. the. norlh  casfcorner post of J. VV. .Sti'iirn's elaini. nnd  iiiljiicent, to lite south east cortier .'of C. K.  (Trove"s claim, thtinee So ehiiins' south, llience  S(i eliains wosl. ihenc.e.'SO fbains norlh, thpnee  sii.chains easl. 10 tlio place oV beginning, euu-  lainiiigl'ilo .-icr'cs.y  Dated March -iStii. i'.io:!..   .,,.'        ������ ;  .;        . .1. VV. Stearns,.Locnior ,  '.        A. Lnidiaw, Agent  :!T Ctiiiinioiieiiig at a post, being Ihe ,:soutli  west fiM'iutr of II. a. Welly's claim, anil adjoining ihe spiuli t'usl. c.irnei* ol" (".'. K. t.lr.ive's claim  llience SO elniiiis noi-lh. thence SO eliniiis cast.  Iheiice so chnins south, thence so ciiaiiis wesl  tu the place iif beginning, containing Mu acres.  Dated March *.'SI li.ltio;!. .     ,'. ' '   ' �� . ���  .   . .       ' ll.il. VV'cli.w Lneaiiir  .'���-..: A. Laidlaw. Agenl  '.'I l-'oinineni'iiig'iil a.' post, being the, norlh  west, eorili't-'iil tJen, It. Maker's elaini. anil ad-  jaceiil lo the sonib west corner of II..I. Welly's  elaini. i.lieiioi* Mil chnins south, thence so i*hniu-i  ea-t, llience SO iduilns noitli, Iheiice SO chains  west Id the place of beginning, conltiining IHO  acres. ���      '       ' ,    ,      '  I in ted .Mai-iyli *JStli. IWi:l.  .  Oen..ll. lliikin', Lneaiiir  ���'" -   ''-.. A. Laidlaw. Ageiit  :.".! (.'iiiniilciieliig ut ii posl. being the soiilh  eiisl.ciirniu-ol .lesstt IO. Marl: well's claim, iiiul  iibiiut, I wn miles .east of I lit* north easl eorner  (if .1. W). Sloai h's ela im. iheiu-i* noil h. so eliains.  I.heneo tvi'sl. KilchuIll's, thenee south SO, eliains,  l.lieiii'o east Sii ehains lo the place of beginning.  1-uiititiiiing (lid acres. ,    .  Hilled Milreli -JStli, I'll*:'.        ��� "        ' .  Jesse  K. Marlcwell, Localnr  "A. Lalillnw, Agent  :lo   ('oniiueiii-liig  at   a   post,   being Ihe north  eiotf etirner pnsi. nl' f "lillllp 11. ijnllljam's chiini,  anil ailjnceiit. m flic.soulli cast, ciirncr  of Jesse  Marl; well's elaim,   theiiee SO chains soiilh.  nee So chains west, i hence Mil  chains   iiortii.  easi lo tlii'. placi*. of .beginning.  ���nisi  14   Oommeniing at a  !><>st.   being   tlie  K:  III  ilience so chain  e.iniaiiiliig mo ni-i't  Daii'il .March ysi.h, loo.i.  ,  '.   Ohllllii.ll. (jiiil'liMiu. Localnr  ' A. Laitllaw. Agent,  ;il   '���'<�����" iioiiii; nt a   posi.   Iielngyib.* souili  west corner iif(;liristi.t ii Andcrsoii's i-lnim ami  .'idjaecut to.lesse I-:. .Marl; well's south east eorner post, thenee nortli so eliains. tlience east HO  l-iu*iVj>c   Hilled Ajii*il':!):d. ifio.i  I':.  ,,..-:.'7:.i-���-���';   y'yy...:   . 'ocoy.vV. l.'loyd.' Loiialdr   !  .77-1 y Coni nictifliig a|yiii;t.isi,. lieiiig Ilie iiorthiViist  cornel- |nistiif ll. li. Spiiik's ciaiiu   and  adjoin-'  ing the nori li west t'Orni'T- -of 'iioo. yVV'f   Kloyd's  claiin, tiietiiii.! .souUi SO chains,  tlionce. west SO  chains, ('heiice north 80;chiiiiis.^theneb', eiist 80  cliiiini to,tiie place of eomuienceiiit'!nt,ii]idcdii-  liiiiilng rtiOiiCt'es.f   yUiited AprilfHrif. 1IKJ3   ',-  ,'-') :t ft.:.       ���';ff "... ! U   I-lv SplulcS; Loeiiior ;.  .'.ia . C.'ohiiiinncin'g at a post being the southeast  corner post cif,AV'm. (.'ouit'.s'eltilia and adjoining  the northVvest corner'of (leo.; Wf l':'lbyd's-'eliii!n;  ihence noriiiSO chaiiis, tlience west SO chaiiis,  thenee .'south; 80 chains, ti.'euoo eiist HO chains io  place of coniineiicoineni- containing 040 acres."  -fDaied April :lrd; iaiKff"' fi. Win. Cook," Locator  6   Commencing at n post beingthe southwest  corner post of. W. H. Olanville's claim iind ail-/,  joining, ilie ..southeast! corner of AVin. X'ook's  elaini,"; tlieiice north  8(i.chains. .iiieiice:east SO  'chains.'tlieiH'e .soiiiliso ciiaiiis, theiice.wesi SO  chnins to place;of Voiiiinenceiiient; eoiitiiining  640iiei-es;7 fDateii,April 3rd,.190a -iff/if-  ������.���ff..fi yif ;.'''''������'-f.W. B- Gia'iiville, Locatoiyy  .   7   Comuieneingfat a post being the southeast'  corner of, Frank'Miller's claim aiid adjoining  the northeast.corn'er of VV..fjyiHassettV cliiiin,  thenee hoVtli.fb ehaiiis.iihe'nec west St) 'chains,  thence.south,80 cliains, thence.east.Si) chains to  place of coiiiiiieneenientf coiitainin'g (W0 acre's; .������.���������';  riatedfApril^���iirdiWtXi.f )Fraiik;:Mi]ler, Locator  ;.'.:8;;,Cohiiiieiieiiig at afpbst being the soutliivest  coriier of Eliziibetli C6ok;s cliiiin and adjoining ,  the. northwest - eoi;her of Chas   Hiiy's .eiaini,  tho'ne'e nb'fth SOfehiiins.' Uience ,-ea.st:tS0'ciiaiiis"  ilienci; southso ehiiins, theneei..westr SO. cluiins.I  to place coininencenieiii, eontitiiiing <M0'acres,..;  Dated April :i, I90:t.:. ..yEliziibetli Cb'olc; Locator  !i   CoiiiiiiciiciiigHt.il post being the "southeast  coriier of John Mcintosh's claim, .thenee^ .west  '80 ehains.to tlie southeast corner,, of Kliziibeth  Cook's claim, Ihence - north SO clinins,''thence,  eiist SO chaiiis,,thence south 80 chain.*? to. place  of commencement, cbntainiiigTS40 aei-es..';, ���  .���  DiitedApril Uf 100:1.       Jplni JlcXnio.sh.- Locator.  '.!��� It) 'Commencing' at a po��,t'. being.the south-':  'west corner of.J'as Newby's claim aiid adjbin-  iiig'the  southeast, corner of John . Mcintosh's  claim,  thence north 80 chains.'thenee east 80  chains, thenee souili SOehains. thence  west 80  chains to place of .commencement,: containing  040 acres.   '     ''Diited April .3rd.' -.1903.- V' ,,':  7 .'''���,  ''���;",'���.'"        .yj'asXewby. Locator;.  ���-*��� 11; Cpiiiiiiciicingfat a post'beiiig the souiheust  'corner of Stanley Urlin's claim.'tiienee west SO  chains io the soiitheasl (���.orner of ;.l'as Newby's  chiini. thence norlh. So cliains. thenee easi, SO  cliiiins. thencesoulb SO chains lo place.,of eoui-  meiiecnieiit, containing (iin'sicros. i- . -  Diited April Sib; IliOil.'; Stanley UT'liii; Locn.tor  li.' -'"CiuniiiCiifiiisfTii't a post being the southwest corncriif II. A. Kennedy's ciaiiir^and ad-  jblning tliesoutheast corner of Stanley Urlin's  claim,, tlience north SO chnins, ihenco'' casbSO  chnins. thetn'e south SO .chains., Iheiice west SO  chains to place ofeoiniiioueonient. .containing  (MO acres.'      I.iateil April :.,.->th,.l,.'0,'l,;  '    f.'ffi,       .'���   II. A. Kennedy,'i.-icalor  ' i:i .(,'oiniueiieliig atn  posh being" flit*, iiortiiwest coiner of II. S. Cnyley's  ciaiin:   south .SO  clinins,,.to    Iho    librlliwesl   corner, of :ll.   A.  Ke.niieiiy.'s: lliftuei: eiist SO chains, thenee nort li  SO ehiiins. I lience west So chains lo the phiee of  ednnncnceineiii. nnd etnitiiiiiiiig HIO iicres.       '  DHti.*ii:iMli April, i'.i(l.-t '.' II. .S.Oii.vley. Lticnibr'  14 ��� Commencing ut a'post being the northeast,  corner ol'Thoiniis C. 'I'ollcl'seii's'claim, ami   adjoining Ilie liorlliwcsl corner nf i I.  S.   Cnyley's  claiin. ihf.nee sunlit SO chains;  tlience Wesl So  ehains, iliein:*-'ntirtli SO chains,   thenee. ea-it SO  chains t" the jilnce of ttoiuincliceincni.. iind Ci.ii-  ,llllnlug''.io a'cres.       Daled !��i*tl April. I'.'iiu.'"  .  Tin.mas U. 'rollefsen. Locator  lf>   i.'iiiiiuienclngiit. a   posl-.being tint'  wtlst    iM.rner   or   Leonard   V'aiighaii's  tlience eiisfsiiehiiius in  the    iiiirihwesl  of Thomas (J. 'rollefsen\s cluini,   thenci?  SO chains, thence west So chains,   theiict  SO'ehaiiis to the place of eoinincneenituit  .lainlnt! o-li.i acres.       Dated :hil April,,lli0:t.  ",..'������ . I.t'tinaid Vaughnii, Locator  It! t'oiniiieiieiia; at a post being flic nori.hetist  coriier of Uecinr .Kelly's .eliilm aiid n.I joining  the north west enrner Of Leonaiil V'ttngluin's  elaim; Ihenet! sonlh So cluiins,. tlience west So  i-'hii.liis. thenee iiorlli so chains, Ihoiiee eu.sl. So  eliuins to the plai'ti of coiijiuciieoijieul. eoiilnin-  lug lilO.iicrt-s..      Dated llrd April. IHO:!  Ileidor K'clly, l.dcatiir  IT ('tiinmenciiig til a Jiost being the northwest, corner of Nathan Taylor's' claiin, tlience  east' SO chains Hi the northwest corner of  Hector Kelly's claim, ihence soiitii SO ehains.  thyiu-e west SO chains', ihence north sochnln.s to  place '.f,commencement; containing (HOaci'tis  Dated April It, I'.l0:i. .Valhaii 'Paylor. Locator  IK -(..oiiiuMinriiigiil. a'ptiNI bei tig flit* northeast  cei-tii.'i-of Jaiiies Ihiilson's rlalni .atul adjoining  the northwest corner nf'Niiilinii Taylor's clnim  thence sonlh so chains, llience wesl.SO chains,  thence nortb So clinins. thence east So eha ins to  place iif coniiiie:ii'|.|ucnt,. containing ll io acres.  Daled April :i. limn ..lames llodson. Locator  I "ISI Ciiiuiui'.iiciiig nl a post being Ihe norfh-  jwest eorner ol'.'i'lin.^ Nowby's claiin. thence cast  SO cliains to the northwest eorner of Jits linden's  claim ��� t lli'iHT.  south   So   i-l  norlh-  c! n Iiii.  i*orin*r  south  * norlh  eon  | wesl oil , ii .   i,   tin in,e uoith nl) cliains lo  placi  I of couiuiciicineut. containing (HO acres.  Dated April 3, JW.i.      Thomas Newby. Locator  20   Comnieiicing ut a jiost being the northeast  corner of Ann Kelly's claim iiiiii adjoining the  'northwest- corner  of   Thos   Nowby's. claim  thence south 80 chains, lliuiec ucst 80 (hams  thence north 80 chfiiutt, thence tasthO chains to  place of commencement, rontiining o 10 atn s  Dated Ajuil 3  1'iOJ Ann Ktll>, Lotatoi  -!l   C'oiuitit ncingiit a post bung the southt i*-1  coiner of Nell Mi Galium s claim and adjoining  tho northeast tornu  of Ann    Kelh's   Jiuni,  thtneu north bO chains, thence west bd (hams,  llitiice souili W) cluiins, thent-c east bo (liuiiis to  place of commencement, containing (HO acres  Dated April J, 1P0)       Neil MtCalluui, Louitor  ii   Coiuuiciielug at a  posl bung the southwest corner of Samuel Annstlong's claim  and  -adjoining  ihe  southeast (Oilier   of   Neil   Mi-  t.'iillum's elului, thenci* north80  chains, thenot  t list hi) Lhniiis   theliK. soutli 80  (.hains    tin in t.  tvt st SO chains to plait of (uuiuu net nil nl  < tin  t lining bin acics        DalidApiil i   11KK  .Sitiuiiil Aimstioiig, Loiattu  M   ( oiniiKiiuiiK "t. a pO"t being the southeast  i oi in i ol W   W    s-.'iav\'s  i luim   ami  adjoining  till     IIOllll! tlSl    llllUCl    OT    JllS    lltJtlM.II   s    tl.iiui  fin nit noi la SO chains  (heme  utsl so ih.iins,  thence south 80 ehaln-t, thencv east So ehains to  ljl.it. ofeouiuieiK t uieni t oiiinlniiig 010 .lci< s  Datdl Apnl I, pull W   W  bh.iw   Loc.toi  ���.'4 Commencing at u post being the sotith-  hi st (until of l--ij.ii i W'llghls (Stn'jj) claim  and iitljoiuiiig the southt list eoini'i of VV VV  ���shall iiliiiin thenu uoi th so (.liuiiis ihuiie  i ast so t bnlns, tlieiiei south 80 (hnliis Iheuee  westso elniiiis to plncefof commencement, eon-  I lining i III.k it s Diiiil Aptll I   I ��><  I'llti.VV'ilghl, Sen 1, Loentoi  .'. coiniueueing al n post hilng'thc Kiulh-  ciist t i.inoi of o A Liaus'. iluim and inljoin-  nig the noitheahi (Oiun .of.lfectoi Ktll>'s  (luim llience noith So i hams tlieiiei'J) t^t SO  i hains, Llience south 80 chains, thenct east bt)  (liains to jilucc of couuaeuceuienl containing  OlOiuies DiitedApillJ ltfol  c r, - . ��� i., - ,  J ~    -^���L.    A    ..talis, Jjlie 11 III  .. I  .'a ( onimeiinug at n. post being the south,  cist toinei of iMiirgnrct J McUiegoi's (l.um  and adjoining the southeast eorner of C. A  Uians i l.ilni tlienii uoith 80 ehains thtnet  oust SO th mis tlience south'80 chains thence  west HO chains to plate ol commencement, containing bit) acres Dated Apnl.,  I'll))  Margaret J. McGregor, Loealoi  17 Commenting at*a post being the oouih  oast eoiuci_of Wm McNee's claim and adjoining; the northeast corner of Thos C. Tollofsbn's  claim, thence north 80 chains, thence uesi so  chains; thence south 80 ehains; thenee cast 80  chains to plate of LOiiuuemeinunt, toutHiiilng  G40 in res        Datetl.Apiil t not  Win MeNVe Louatoi  Jb ( ommeiK ing at i post being- the south  west corner of Louisa McKwen's claim and ad  joining the southeast eornei of Win MtNee s  elaim, thenee north bU ehains, thence east SO  chains thento south 80 thains, thence Mtst 80  chains to place of commencement, containing  040 aetcs        Dated April zi'ith, I'tO I  l-.oulse_Mtfc.wan Lot a tor  2!' Coinineucing at'a post being the;noiill-  east coiner of A C Sinclair's claim and id  joining the "southeast corner of John Meln  tosh's claim thence south SO chains thencr  west'SO chains, thence north 80 chains, thence  east So chains to place ot eominein einent con  tinning M0 acres        Dated April ltd, lflO-S  A C Sinclair, Locator  10 Commencing at a post being the noith  vtstcorner ol Auhui H Ulai k's cl.nni and ad  joining the northeast corner of A. C. Sinclair s  claim, thence south 80 chains ihcnte east SO  chains, thence north SOehains, thence west. 80  chains to plate of commencement continuing  (>I0 acres       Dated Apnl J 1903  AithurH Blacl, Loealoi  il Coinmeiicing at a post being the northeast  corner of Geo. A.. Urlin's. claim and adjoining  the southeast eorner of Stanley Uilin s claim  thence south 80 chains, thence west 80 - chain*.,  tlience north 8U chains, thence east 80 chains to  place of commencement, containing till) aei cs  Dated Apnl .25th  1001 Geo A  Uilm  ii Coniineneing at a pou being the noith-  west eorner of Snmuel Horner's claim iind ad  joining the northeast corner of Geo. A. Uilin s  claim', thence south 80 chains, thenee east SO  cliains, tlieiice north SOehains, thenee west SO  chaiiis to'place of coininenconieiit. '..containing  (ild acres.       Dated April 25, 1901  : Samuel Horner, Loeatoi  ,li C'oinnittit ing at u post being the south  wist toinei of Viuhibald lJuchan.in's ilium  thenee norlh 80 chains to the southwest eornei  of Samuel Horner's claim, theiiee. cast 80  chains, ihenco south 80 chains, thence .west so  i linns io pint t of ( omiiieudinoni (ont.ilning  ( in hi us        Hated  \pnl '"��� 1 "'I  ''    Ai'cliibalil lliieliaiinn. I.oi-aioi  , '.'II   Coniineneing tit a post  being  the  south-  t listed in i ot John l'cnipli s eliilm and adjoining ilio southwest corner of Arch, Buchanan s  elnlin. thence' norlh eighty chains, I hence west  tightv ( hains     theiit e   suulh   t igliU    thains  Ihcnte easl   cighl\   ib.iius   io   plaet    ol   imn  nit in omi ill t out un in��� i In ni it's  HHtd   Vpnl '<  I'HI)        I oil ii 1 duple  l.ocaioi  i") Liimini iKiug at a po-t being I Ik south  west, corner.of l;'roil ��� I.awrie's elaim, Iheiiio  ti|s,t( ic;Iim < liuiiis to tli< MHtlbwesI iniuei of  Ino 'l'i tuples i I uiu ilniitt uoilli tMgln\  thains tin tu t west t iglitj ehains Un iitc*.outh  i ir.ht\ i hains in pi it t hi t oinuit nt t incut <on  I lining mo at u-s        Pali d Apnl I 1'iD*  b'roil La wile, Loealoi  In   ( (initui in nig nl a   posl   being  Ilie  south  I isl i ill in i to   I   \    IttoiMi > i l.niu mid  atljoiu  Mil,   lilt    siiullii-ii-sl   km in i    ol    1'led   l.nnin   s  claiin. tiienec iiorlli eighty chnins, Ihence   tit si  ilrht\   i liuiiis    tin net'    south   >i  lilt   , hams  fhctii.-e  east eighty  chiiius   in   place   ui   t om  un in t un nt  t oiiiaiiiin    trio ii us  Haled April '���'���. I'JOK. J. V. Ilrowu, LoTait.i  .i l ijuimi in tug ul a p��s| being lilt south  west, corner of I'eler ,1. iMeCiillntn's chum  llirmco nririli eiglily chains lo the soiith��cst  corner of (..'litis Hay's claim, llience east oight>  ill litis ihtuii suulh i IghU ( hnliis llieni c hi si  eighty chaiiis lo phiee of ciiininenceiiient, etui-  liilnlng Olti ueres.       Hit led April :i  Hid ,  I'eler.l. McCiillilin, Loiaioi  'claim, thence south't-igiiiy clniins, ihence west-  eighty chains,  thence ' norih - eighty   chains,  thence enst eighty chains to place   of commencement, containing (IIP acres.  Dateil ..Vpri! :i, limn,'       .,; JVrey Seconl, Loeiitoi*  ������12   Coinincucing at ii post being, the northwest earner of Allien KyjJlakewuy's claiin .and i  adjoining, the    northeast    corner    of  l'crey  Setcord's claiin,  tiieiice son 111 , eighty  chains,  tlience eiist'eighty chuliis.ytlioiice iiorlli  eiglity  chaiii.s: theiiee west eighty chains to place of  commehccineiit., (*ontainliig'lilo iiercsy"  pat<i��l"April it, IHO.'I.    .Albert; K. Ulakeway^ Loi'y;  -III, Comnituicing jit'iipost being, tlio iibilliciisf,.  corner of Chas. Cusson's. claim and  tidjoiuing  tlio.southeast; corner  of .1.. AfeArdlo's  eiaini  Ihence, south t'ilglity clininSi. thenee west eighty  eliains, thonce nbi-th eighty chains, I lienee.'east  eighty chains, lo plnceiif cu'iiinonciiiicnt, con-  taiiiiiigtJ4iiaeres,-   ...Diited April :l, ino:).    ,  ff4 ���''-,!,'[ ������'-'' i-'liarles CtissonvLoeatoi'.':  7||    ('ouiiueneing  at  a   post   being flit*'liorih-'  west coriier of VV'. O;   I'mtmuii's claim  ancl ael-  'joiniiig Ihenoi'lhWiisl corner of Chufs  Cusson's  elaini, llicnee soutli eiglily chiiius; thence east   ,  eighty ehains.    ihent'e.  iiorlli   ciglity.^ehiiins,'  ihence "wesl  edghty cliains  lo  place- oj^coili-y.  inebtY'iiieiit, coutiiiiiiiig-iilO acres. '  Dateil Aprli;i,'i!t'o:j.    ''    VV. (..'.'.l-'titiiam, Locnior  f:f��: Coiniiieiicingyal ii  post being the north--'..  east corner 6f Uaniiil McMillnii's claim ainliid-y  joining Ilio sbutheust corner of J;'V.   Ili-own's  claim, theiiee .south eighty elniiiis. thence', west'.  eighty  .Vilnius,,   thenee   nortli   eighty ..eliains,  thenee east eiglily chains,, to  phiee-of ,eoin-  iiieueeiiietfl. eonlainliig Oiniicres..       '.' ���  Daletl April 11, piO.'l.     Iiniiiel MeMllliiu. LOeaiorf  74t.l   Ctiuimtineiiig.ui  ii   post, being the norlh,-',  hcsI. ctinicr ol \V. .1, Morrison's claim  iind-iiil:  joining 'Ihe*, noi-tiieust   eorner   of,. Daniel. ,Me-  Millaii'S  elnlin. : iheiice  south, eighty chains.:  ihenco east eighty ehiiins, theiiee north eighty  chains, Ihence west eighty ehiiins  Iti. pliicfi. of  coiniiicncciuetii, eoiiltiiuing(ill)acres.  -'  Dated ApriliH, I00:l.. : ���'��� VVr. J. Morrison,' Locnior-.-:  ,    ������''    ..": b      , '     ;;.,.-'  ' '' ',.' ..   .   7 .  .47. .Commencing'Ut a post, being Ihe, north-,  (.'list, corner'Of r-YaheiS'.L LofI iis' eliilii��iiii.iLatLL-.^  "jofni ligjh i ��� 'sii 11 fi i'< ����� s I ���' rti n ie r> ol' Jito 'rein[ile's.  claiin, thence south eighty chains, thence west .  'eigiityychaiiis.,;thence ;iibrth,r eighty elniiiis,..  thenee, etist eighty y'oliiiiiis. .tb.Yplaee-- of eoin-.y  iriencenient, containing !>40 lieresy.  ���'-.,:'-"-.' ;'���'���"-...  Dated April 25, ll'Ojiy l''ranciS:,J."Lof[us. Loealoi*  ���18 yConiincneing atn  post buiitg. the. north-,  we'.st.corner (if Clara McDonald's elaim uiiil,iiti-  joiniiig.  the,;nortiie.-isl ; tipfrner lof- Kraneis- J.--,  LoftiiSy eliiiiii, -'.ih'eiice^s.tiiiiii! eighty., chaiiis,  thence.etist eigiity ehain.s,' theiiee;north  eighty:.  ciiains,ytliehi'e7Avest, eighty chaiiis;.toplaee of.;  commencement. eon'taiiiihgCiluaeres. ,   ;  Dated-April 25.. l'JOlt; -CliiiajMeDoiiiild; Loeatbry  ' ;-lU; Coinmeiicing iii ii3 i-f'-sl"beiitig; the soiitii- ,  west corner of ,VVr. If Disbrowo's 'claiin, ihe'ncey  ,nortli ejghty elniiiis fo'I lie sou thwosl, corner of .  Cla'rii .McDonald's tdiiith.' iheiice east, eiglily  chains thenee south eig|.ity,:.chiiins. thenee west '  eighty, chains'to phii'-e^or,',eoiiiiiicjieeincnt^-.'epn'-J7-'  taiuing (140 acres!; :f,f ifiy���'���-���ff "''���'��� :' ��� ff-i',..-'���'.' ���'''.'  Dnted;Aprlii;5, lH0:t.ivV. ������iL'-ibi sb rowe, Locator 'f  50 . Conimeiiciii"; at li post-being the southeast corner of J o'seplib.. Bone's cliiiin yiiiiilfii!!-: 7  joining "the souili west coriier, of' VV.  H.; iiis- ��;  browe's.claiin...>tlioiiee;ynortli 'eighty:.cliiiins,;. .;  thenee. west clghijiehiiiiis. theiiee soiitli'eight}-  cliains. thence cast eighty; eliains;'.:t'p- place of ''-.  'eolnniehceint.iiili.i'oniaiiiing ijio acres.: 71'.' ..'":jy. : ;  Dated Apri 125, l!)0:t."7 Jose|jh''I^. Boiiefttca lot! if  . ..'51 ���'. Coiumoneing'at iiposl,' 'biiing thesoiitli- ;-;  .west eorner of Tho.* l^oulslon's. claim,', tlieiice   ..  north eigiity, cliaiiii loytlici sou tii west corner, of ft.  VV'.f j. .yiMoi-i-isoii's   claim,ytiioncef. eiisl. eighty-  chalns,.ihenco south eighty.chains'; thence;west';.  eiglityclinins to pliiceypf coninibiiceiiieni',' .coiii';.  't'ain^igoe.4p'.a'cres;'';'"y:.;.Di^  :f'ffif.'������ if' ifffyf'f Thos P'quIstoii;7Lotiator:fiy;  ���y 52.-c6mmencingi.at;i(;post^^ b'eiiig.tlieso'uiliea.st:';  corner of .Inci-'i.y.'-.Lp.fl-us'v.iiliiim;:iiiid7adjoiiiiiig y.  tlie southwest'coriier of. Tlios 'Foulstoil's fclaini,  thence 'north eighty.cliai(is;i thence'westyeighty 'S  chains, tlience south eighty chains''tlience east,  eighty ���chain's to place of,;- com nieiieeinen't, eon- ;  taining'f>4b.acre'sfy    Dated April 25, IflOS...:::.,';  y  Ifyfy *;  ',:'��� ;'::;.y ���"���'?.. John P. ijOftus,; LoeiUoif; ���'::.  ,;5;l   Cpninfencing at ii  post being thb'fsouth-'1";  I 'west coriier  of Josepli... McKnight's -��� claiin;  thence north eighty'chains to: the southwest'  corner of -W.'/.C.'. Putnam's  claim,  thence yeast  eighty" chains';   theiiee* south, eighty, chains, ,  tlieiieeyWest-eighty chains to placcy.of: coin-  menc.ement. eontiiining 040 acres';.    ���    .'.   ; ,-   ��� y  Dated'Apr'11'25. iWlt" Joseph McKniglit, Locator  54 ,,Coniuieiieing at a  post, being the soutli-    .  east comer of-VV.:.lL'Hoffmiln's claim; and  adjoining -.the...southwest! coriiqi'j.or; Joseph -. Mc-'   ���  Knight's .claim, ihence. nortli eighty  chains,,  ���thence west eighty eliains. thenee sou tii eigiity ii,  chains, thence enst  eigiity chnins, to  place  of  commencement, eontiiining tilll acres. ,  Dated April2n. llllH,      VV..l:L;riotTman; Locator j,.'.  55/Coinmeiicing at .a. |)psl lieiiig the south-  west'corner of tMlcliail   VV'/ySuiliviiii's^claini.  .!'  thenee iiorth eighty- ehaiiis.^ to, tlie. soutliwcst   ���������  corner ofAllicrt.E.,-.. Bin leeway's 'elaim,! theiufe     -  east eiiglilj clia ins, I bene, * soulh eighty eha ins'. ���.���������������.  theiiee,7 west, eighty   chnins   I ii -iilae'tVybf coin- ,. !  iuoncenient.. eonliiiiiing OKI acres, '."���'. ;fy  .baieii April.25f.P.illit.'   Mittliail VV.'Siillivan/'L'pe'^.y.  ai".   Cpintiioiieing ill a posl.bcing lliefsoiiflieast ...  coriier of  l'^reilcriclt '.VValiion's elaini 'anil 'adjoining  the .southwest��� corner' of illiclinll   VV..'���*','  S,\tl 11 van's  elaiiti.  thenee   norlh eigiity chain's,  thenee,west olghiy ehains. ilioiieo soulh,oigln.y  ch:ilii.H,> thi'iice.tiisl.- eighty 'ehiiins  to point of   -  couiineiiceinent, etintaining '.'40 acres, v..'".-     '������',  Dait.'il Apri 125. Iflttt. i.>cil,t*ricl.- VValilou, Lociitor'  .'I'hnhkiis l'i nt ,'|'imiii:k l.i!\it*rs.  / -(fL-VLKD 'I'lONDl-lUS will, be. rcct:ivcd'by iho  ^s itiulersigneil up to iiooii .of VV'ednestlii.v.  '���' litlh May. from any person who may desire  In obl;ilii.a leasiiuiitler.l he pro visions or seel Ion  12 ol" lb  IS Commencing,!!! a post, being Ihe souili-  tns| t niiici ol J Mt Vi'lh s elaim and adjoining  the southwest corner of l'ntei J. McCullum's  claim, tlieiice 'north eighty chains, thence west  eighty chains, thenee. soutli eighty chains,  thenee east, eighty chains to' place or eoiil-  iiii'iieeuieni! containing iWOiicrt's.  Dated-April ��, 100:1.       James McAriUe. Locator  hums,   thence  '!!��� Coinuielicing at a post being the ..southwest fornt.tr of i'cler Wright's claim, thenee  north eiglily ehiiins loihe souiliivest eorner of  Geo. VV. l;'loy'il's claiin, theiiee east eighty  chains, thenee south eighty chains, thence west  eighty chains to phiee etf. coiiiiiienc.eineht, con-  liiitiiiiK (.4(1 iicres.        Dated April 11, IIW:i.  Peter Wright, Lociitor  to Couiiiieiieing at. a p,0st being the Eolith-  easl i-oi'ii!*!'of II. VV. (.1 rogory's clniiii ami adjoining tlio Hiiiilhvvt-Nl corner of Peter Wright's  i-ltiiin. tbt.-nee north eighty chains. Ihence west  eighty chains. Iliein.*..* south. eiglily chains,  thenee east eighty ehains to place of coni-  iiioncemcnt. containing till) acres.  Dated April .'I. i'.Ki.'l. II. VV. Gregory. Local dill Commencing at a post being the northeast corner of Percy Secortl's claim nnd adjoining ihe southeast eorner of 11. VV. Gregory's  . .    , ,  Hon  ���I.nnd Act." for Ihe purposeol'ciiiliug,  limber I herefrom.-of a .timber lliuil silunlotl on  Liinib Creelr, known as . Lot a.lii'J, Croup One,  I'llist    Kooteiiit.v.   District,  containing   in   Ihcj  aggregate 7.010 aeres.  , 'I'he competitor oil'i.'ri.ng the highest cash  bonus will be entitled to a, lease of the. limits  for a term of twenty-one years.  "..���������  I'laoh tentlt.'i* miisl be ncconipanioel by a, eerti-  lled oht'i'ue. tnatle payable lo the undersigned,-..  to cover Ihe amount, of the lir.sl yi*:n*'s reiilul  rifl'.OlltOO), and the ninoiinl of bonus lemlorotl.  The cheiiucs.will be at once returned' to unsuccessful competitors!  . ' VV. S. GOK1C,       .- '  Deputi/ (foililiiissioiicr if Lands d'* Works  Lands imd- Works. Dcjiarlinent,  ��� Victoria, Pf.C. lii.Ui. April, jno.t. .  NOTICE.  Tiinbor X.icciice.  Not it*'.: is hereby given llial. lliirly .lays niter  this llrst. piiblieatiiin I Intend   In. apply   tti   ijitv ���������  Clilef ('oiuuiissipner ol Liui.ls  tiuil   IVorlts,   for  perinissioii Incut and. curry away   I iinber froin  Ihe I'tdlow'ing described hinds.*. <'oiiniioiicing al  ll. posl   |illlllli-il   ubnill    120   chains   west   of Ilie  norlh   eiisl.  i-nrncr hi   K.   If.   Iliipujrj.s-   tlinbnr,  limit slliialcil iu the district   *r   lyiist   Kootenay  iuitl   west, nf, the  iiii.iitli  oi   (in* K Ik River, nip  chains norlh. 10 chains we.',|. 100 chains, south!  and  -in clniins easl In pojjji of commi.'iiee.nieiil.  (iintaiiiiiig uiu acres more or less.  Dated this (Hli tiny of March. I'.xi:*!.   *'  If. iM. KULLHii'l'ON'.  By .p..Hayes". A*.'  15 THE PROSPECTOR, -FORT STEEI...E.  a,., MAY,  ttOo.  ).*  ^te ^KO&pZZi*W.   IIU1U16IIS6  SATURDAY.   MAY  2.  1!)0.'!  Dedication of St. Louis Fair.  Continued Irom I'age 1.  tlie tloirionsinitioii.     When   tlio  vehicles passed   containing   former    President   Cleveland,    tho  diplomatic     representatives    of  .Turkey,       ('crniaiiy,       France.  Spain and other foreign powers,  (lie   cabinet   ollicers,   the   army  chiefs   and   oilier   distinguished  persons the .-.houis nnd   wild   declaim of the crowd was   scarcely  less   than   thai   with   which  Ihe  I'resident   was   grouted.       The  .sidewalks,   windows,    roofs  and  other   poinls   of    vantage    was  li Med willi spectators, and   their  enthusiasm ' as   they   recognized  ihe  noliibles   in   the  procession  knew no hounds.   Al some points  of    the   route   the     police     experienced considerable diflicuhy  in keeping Icicle the cut husiaslic  crowds lhat. ov'crllowed into   the  street.  The arra,iigeineiits for handling the crowds at the exposition  ground were excellent. . The  galcs were at no .lime choked  and tho throng passed into the  <jround with less trouble  than is   jd'lcn experienced^:U,;i theatre or  'oilier place's'' of oiilerliiimiJOnt. ,  The transportation facilities,  while not yet completed to their  highest capacity, were fairly adequate. <Tlio people too, made  the task of the transportation  '^companies easy by starting early  Even in the   early   morning   the  ���* i  down town   streets   were   filled  with" people  , headed   for   the  grounds.    Am the forenoon wore  '(��� on tlie crowds swelled, and by Jl  o'clock the human   current,  was  ��� at'tho Hood.    The broad avenues  between ihe mammoth structures  that are rearing their heads shy-  ward in the vast area being convert ud from  a  wilderness into a  fairyland  were   literally   packed  ;   wilh   people  Avhen, at 1 o'clock.  ,  the booming of cannon ii}, a salute  of 101 guns announced' thai   the  (President had arrived at. the Liberal Art  building.,  where   the  ceremonies of the afternoon were  to l>e   held.     The   distinguished  visitors were received by   President Francis and other' officials  of the exposition and escorted to  places   reserved for them on the  speakers'   platform.    When  Ihe  band struck* up the''opening musical selection there was scarcely  a foot  of space  to spare in the  vast hall.    One large stand   was  occupied by tlie  speakers, while  a second   was   reserved   for  tho  ODDortiiffliii  For Getting a Beautiful Watch  and Chain Free.���No Money  Required.���Every Man, Woman, Boy or Girl has' the  same Opportunity under our  System  , In order to have Or. .\mold's English  Toxin Pills placed in Ilie hands of all  persons ijiillcnnu from bail licallli we  Mi.-ilco the following most  liberal oiler: -  ' II yoti u'ill send ii.-. your namcand address and agree to sell loi* us twelve  boxes of Dr. Arnold's teiiglisli Toxin  I 'ills at 2."i<*. pei* box. we will give vou  AHSOI.CJTKI,Y     KHKK     A       HEAUTU-'l.T.  WATCH and ohai.v   in  eilhei* Ladie.s  or Gents size, or your elioiee of twenty  other premiums such  as   line sets <if  Jewelry.    Bings.   \riolins.   Mandolin.-,.  Ton Sets. Sateen  Skirls, ('ameras. ete.  Roineinhor     we;    uon't    WANT    a.VY  vionhy   itntil_ al'ier  you  m'II the Tills  and   you   don'l   liavc   lo  sell any more  than   \'2   boxes   to  got   the   premiums.  This is a bona tide oll'iT from a reliable  roiiei'l'li   l hill,   has  given   thousand*   of  dollars worth of jiremiunis to agents all  over the country,   Hemi-mber also that  Or. Arnold's I'lngUsh 'J'oxin Tills are a  well known remedy for all   disease-,  ol  the     kidney     and'    bladder.    Bright'.-  di-ease, diabetes. rliouni..'Ji.sjn1 nervous  troubles,   and   I'oinale  complaints., and  tin* lor sale by all lirst, class  druggists  and dealer*, in medicines in till parts ol  iho world.You have only to show them  to sell   them.      Vou  are not oil'ering  .something that the people don't  know.  Our watches are t.he   regular standard  size   for, .Ladies   antl    Gentlemen    in  Nickel or Gun Metal Cases with   handsome,   illuminated   dials,   and   reliable  time-keepers, watches Mich as no  lady  eir gentleman need be ashamed to carry  and they will lie  sent  absolutely  Tree  to  all   who  selh only  twelve   boxes of  those wonderful 'J'oxin Till-,.   Write at  once anil be the lirst iu your locality to  yet one of 'those beautiful watches'and  chain.     A*-; .soon  as   we  receive  your  loiter  or ,post  card   we   will send you  post paid twelve boxes,   together  with  our illustrated   Catalogue and' beau ti-,  fully colored card with your name, and'  address on  a.s  our authorized   ay cut.  Bear in mind that you will not be ask-  crl to sell any more'than lli  lfoxes  and  we DON'T ,VVANT ANY MONEY 'until  al'ier you have sold them. We bear till  there.\|)ense,and are only making this  liberal oll'er as a meihod of advertising  Dr. 'Arnold's l-higlish Toxin' Tills.  Don't delay, write al once* and earn a  beautiful jircsenl. for yourself for  (Christinas.    '    '    , ' ���    '  Address   ARNOLD   MEDICINE  0000%$kffl&WW&  Headquarters   for   Mining   and   Commercial   Men  The  dern     Conveniences  STEELE,    B,   C.  Large    Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.  Jsfe^s^ssgsss^ 0 i  *'i  t  The Mining Qenter of South yEast Kootenay  oO Adelaide; St  CO., Dept.  ,132  Kast, Toronto. Out.  J.   HIGHWARDEN,  PIONEER ���������BARBER SHOP  Everything Strictly First Class.  The Largest  Mineral Areas-,  and the Most  ' <i     c  Extensive  Goal Fields bn the,  American Continent  are Situated in  South East HZootenay  Agriculture  Grazing and the  Lumber Industry  are Prominent  Features of the  grand chorus which contributed  iu a l'ar^c measure' to the successful musical programme. The  main floor and the balconies were  tilled with men and women, many  'of them from groat distances,  who were I'orl.niuilo enough to  obtain ticlcrts of admission. President Francis opened the proceedings with an introductory  address and Ihe following1 programme of exercises was carried  out.:  Invocation ,l>.y His ISininiiieiicc  James Cardinal (libhons.  hit roduelion of LJ on. Thomas  II Carter, of, (lie national-commission, president of the day.  CI rand Chorus, "The Heavens  Proclaiming."  l'lvsenta.lion of the building by  lion. David K. Francis, president, of the exposition.  Dedication    address    by     the  President of the United States.  Chorus, "Unfold  Ye Portals."  Address     by      Hon.    (i rover  Cleveland  "America,"with full chorus  and hand accompaniment.  Prayer by Bishop ti. IJ.Hendrix  Benediction  by   liigin   Reverend Henry 0.  Potior!"  Next door to the Prospector.  Reduced Rates from the East  Commencing February l">tli tind continuing until April .'tilth, there  will  bo  low rates in elleet Irom the Enst via the  rilinois Central It.P.  to till   Washing-  ton, Oregon tind Idaho points.     If any  of your friends or relatives in the   Kast  arc coming West while these  rates are  in   elleet.   give   its  tlieir nttnu; ;md address, and we will make it our business  Lo see that they are given the best possible   service.      We   operate  through  personally   conducted   excursion  cars,  and in lact give you the benefit   of  the  latest conveniences  known   to   modern  railroading.      We ,have   15   different  routes between tbe East ancl the West,  and   ure  in   position  to  give  you   the  benelit     of     the   best    combinations.  Write its and we will ��iveyou lull par-  lietilais.    H. U. TlUl.MMUi.i.. 1-12 'Third  St.. Tort land. Oregon.  District.  The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway will pass  through Fort Steele and Tap the Greatest Mineral Belt of the  District.    s.   8   ' f..  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  Apply to  R. 'L. T. Galbraith,  Townsite Office.  LOCATION XOTICI'". NO. 1  Notice is hereby niyen thai ihir'ly :'.()  days after date J intend io apply lo the  Chief Coniinissionei* ol Lands and  Works for a licence to cut. and carry  away   timber   from   the   lollowiii" des-  NOTICh.  Notice is hereby ni\cn that, I the  nncli'i-sijinod intend thirty days after  the first I 'ii Illicit ion of this notice, or  as soon thereafter as the Application  Jtin be heard lo apply   io   1 ho Assistant ! %  |��^��:,H-s*^s:s����-*^-^��-:?^��-^^^*-s^  *"* *  oribed lands:     C'oinniencin��   at si post   ,,,       ���   . , ,       , ,   ,,.  ,.     -.    ,.    .,      ,,.,.,    ,.     .    ,,!        ; Coinimssioncr or Lands and   A\ oi*lc.s  at  on the >.ort.h side of Little Movie Uiver   ,,    , e,     i    , , ,  0     .,      . ,.   .    ,, , I'ort Steele lor n licence to prosiioe; for  about. 8 miles irom iliiin .Movie, thence   r-,.i    , i  i) ,    i ,'i      ������ ,,  t ,���.    ,    . ,.   ,,,.    ,    .' Coal and   IViroleuni   on   the   lollowmg  east 80 cluiins. south 80 cbanis, west SO    ,,      ���,    , ,       , . ,   ,,  ,    . ,  n���   i   ���     .        ���        r i ile-eribcd Lands simiiie   m .South Kast  ehains. north hO ehains to point of com-   r-     . i>  ���       ,-     *i  1 Ivooten;iv.      lietnii* 1 > milp  mencement, conttiininy; (i-lfl acre*-.  April 1st. JDO.'f.  K. HEL.MK. (ol Nelson. !!.('..) Locator  ANDREW   NEIDIG  GONTRAGTOR     and    BUILDER  IIOUSIO AND SIGN 1'AlNTlNtl  CAI.01MININTa mill I'A1��KH HANGING  FORT STEELE, B. C.  2W   All   worlc promptly done.  LOCATION NOT I OB NO. 2  Notice is hereby ��ivi-n that thirty .'ID  days <iftcr dille. I intend to apply m the  Chief Commissioner ol Liinds and  Works, for a special licence to nil. and  carry away timber from the lollou iiii; ,  described hinds: f'oiunioncinu* at a post  ist ot ihe  Flathead I liver on tlio inoiiih of Aka-  maiiiis Creek. lieyinniiii: ;il a I 'o-t  niiii'kcd \1. I!. Louie's sfitit liciist corner  post, tlience north SO chain-, ihenco  west Sll chains, thence south 80 'chains,  tlience o:c-l SII chains to place of be-  ^iuninu conliiinini; Hill chains, more or  less. Hated lllih da\ ol Aprif. liiii::.  I). I >. I iiiylc, I .ociiiOr  \V. l-'orresi. Ajlcnt  2.    ('oniiui'iicini! at a po-i east ot iind  on   the   North   side   ol    Liltlc   .Mojii.  Ilivor about !l miles from Main Moyie i adjacent li> !'��� H. lionle's eliiim mid  Uiver. t hence south SO chains. Wesl Sii| marl-red A. .1. Moii'lc's southwest corner  cliains. norlh SO chains, easi SO chains j post thence noi-ih SO ch;iin-. I hence cast  to poinl of coinnieiiceniciil. contiiiniiii; I s0 chain~. 1 hence south so chains llience  (140 acres.        April 1st, l!l(i;j. i i'v-i   Ml  chain-   io place ol   bcy'iiiniii!.  11. IIKLMI'), (ol Nelson. B.C..) Locator. ��� coiiiiiiiiiiu- tlio acres, more Il(. |t  Paled lilih nl April. I'ifi.!.  The Steele House  Port Steele-, B. C.  Olfcrs n pleasunt .substitute for homo lo thosu wlio travel.  ^ The best and clieiipc-i meals- in the country,  3jj sire lo be lountl m tin* diniim room.      No ( 'liiiiit-  % men allowed in the k'tli'heii     The hoii-e   is   run  .;>,! -111)011 ('o-inopiiJilan principle-.tnci the |)i*o-peetor  ���| with iiis pack is jn-i it- welcome n- the   million-    *  ��- aii'e u it.h his roll.  $ i ,-  | Every guest reuciveo the best care and protection.  | The Liquors are the best in town.    "  '&.  % D. IVIcIMeish  % . AIANAOER. I  s; ' *  &  iheiicc cil-1 MJ   chains   lo   place   nf   he-  *j illtliil��j coillililiiiii;* (110 iierc-.    more   in*  less.    Dated lilllh A pi il. I'.IO.'l.  ��� I .M.I). Shi ,-i. Lociiicu-  ' \V. forrcst. A-jciii.  Illi-llri' I*;!-' sii cli.iois lu tip. |it;ii-^ of l)i*!.'lliliU|,.  .111.1 I Olllililllll*.' (tin ,1011-  Diltril AiiuiisI nil    P'FJ  VV   A    l'ltATT   I.o, .in.I  Willi..11. I'm t. -I   AiriMH  NOTICE.  ' Take 'notice,that sixty days after date  ...I intend to apply to the Chief .Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase the following lands in  Southeast Kootenay: Cdninieneiii"; iit  tbe northeast corner of Lot No. -IlLTi.  Croup 1: l.heii(*e eiist ;"i0 eliains. thenee  , south .80 ehiiins more or less to the line  of the British Columbia Southern Kail  wiiy: thence, following tlie 15. (.'. Southern railway ilm north .-westerly 'direction to stiid Lot A\2'r. thence north  along the lituit of said Lot to place, of  commencement.  Dated this Kith day of March. llllKl.  !.��.,        CLAPvENCIo' 11. BADENAC1L  ASSAYING  C. I"1. Nicholson,  PBTRItlfOHOi'dll, B. ('.  (l.k'i'tisetl bv IVoviiifiul Oovcrninoni.)  Cold and silver..'  .. .$2.00  Sii ver and lead  ���...,;  2.00  Gold, silver and Copper   .'1.00  Gold1, silver, lend and copper..  -J. Of) :  Samples  left  with, Carl in; &. Durick  will receive prompt attention.       ������ .  Ii     I'oiiun. iniii.'.ii .i |,..-t ploiu-il iilji.m   .��.,  I     0.    ( omnieiiciiiL! .il a   pn-t   one   mile | nnl-*- fiom  ill.   im,-111,111,111.11   lioiiiiii.ii>   ,.n,i  1 -oulli ol ami iid|!ionit to   M.   |).   Sin a'- | '"'" '">u"~ '"^" |U ''""  i'"���   n.iiiici.l 'ltn, i  lii'iu-   tu,   s.,i,,1i-im-i ��� oi ii. i    m.iri.,.,1 .i.i,!,,.  | .inn-i.m s -<,u[li-��,.-i M.:,!,., |,(K!  .i.ij.,, ,.���,   i,,  LOCATION   NOT I CM NO.   I  Notice i- hereby ���jivoii lhat lhirt,\ :>()  days alter date I intend lo apply lo i lu*  Chief   Commissioner   ol     Land-    and  Work-, for ii-pecial licence lo nil, and   '. ,     , ���   ,    . , .,, , ,,      ,   ,  .    .       , ,,       . ,. I llii- marked   nori hue.si   corner   liosl    nl I chain-, thence ejisl Ml chain- in nl.icc of   ''" J11 < -m.iii -o ��� li.nn-    Hi msi��ii,.|,,i;i,  earry away umber I,,,  ,   ihe   m !�����,�����    (((|]n   (;1(     ^^ ^^   ^^  J^   S(, j ,���.���������,������.,.������,..,������������ ���,��� ;��� ,,.;   ���������! "m;!... ��� of ... ,���,���,,��� i ,o,��� ,���������.,,��� ,e:...  \   .1. I loulc. Loc.-n or  U in. l-'nire-l. A-ieni           chiini ami mari��.-il J   .1. I);u*i-'-oiiiIum-i  .'!.    Coiuiiiciiciiii!   ,n   a   post   -oui h of I corner   pn-t  llieiic,     norlh    so   eh.un-.  ,iiid :id ':n nil In  \. .1. Bogle'- claim, be- I 1'"'1  ui���-.! Mil i-d.-iin-. t ln-in-,���   -niiihso  Hi, -..nil,., im ,..,,��� i ,��� v.-    x.  ,.]iiu s (Jin|ii  ilioini   tiiiilii sn , |,..|lls  ii,, un*, .,^[ ��n , |).,,,,v  tlliMll-i   siilllh    -0 I  ll.lin,      ||��� |  described hinds Comuii'ilcing al ,i po-l  on the Nortli side of I'.inle Moyie  Ilivor about I miles Irom Main .\lo.\ic.  thence east SO chains, -out h so clniins.  west SO.eliaiits, north SO ehains to point  of coniiiM.'iicciiient'. containing li-IO acres  G. A. H. HAI.iL. Kif Nelson.'B.C.,.)  April  1st. I0(i:i. . '   '   Locnior.  I.  nori h so ciinin-, i ||,.iu*e uc-i   so   ,.|iiiin-  IO    place   nf    lii-!!lmiilU!    clllllililllllL!    I>I0  iicres.   inoi-i ���   nr   less.       Dated    loih, of  April.  I Oil.-!. .luim Cpiyn. I.uciilor.  \\r.  t'orresl.  Agent,  ���I.'  Cbiniuehciiig iit a posi w.esl. of-.ind  i'idji.ici.*nt  lo    John    Cloyit's    chiini  iiiul  . Il.lll ll    \llt  list   Oil     |'l..  "������"���-"'  April.  I!.0:��. -lAMKst AM..K,iV, ,.,���,���,.,  Shaving i? Hair Dressing Parlor  ' ��� '��� '   ���' ��� ''���"    ��� .��� ���  ,V(.*xl toOricnliil l|,il,i*l  '" FORT    STEELE,    B.   C.  "������'':"I.'"- ���   ������.���'*���  All   Kinds  of l-Jjiii- Work  a  Spceitilty  A. J. GRI3Z,   .-     -   Pkopk'iktok.  LOCATION   NOTICK'XO. 2 j  Notice is lun'oby given lliiit tiiiriy :i(i | miirkeil K. C.   Karnsworth's'. in.irl.lic.iisl.  ,   thence   south   So   chains.  SO clniins. thence north   SO  elm iiis.   .thenee   east. SO cliains to place  nl'liei! in ii iue , *, hi I,-lining i;.|o an*,*-, uiorr-  or les-.     Diited  lilih (,r April.  Illl.i::.  K. I I. 'I^iirnswoi'l b,  I ulor.  is  J. .1. Da\ is. Lucaloi.  \V.   |.'lll*l*e-l.     \e,.Ml  days nfter date. I intend to apply lo I In* i corner    posl  Chief,  Coiiniiissioiier    of     Lands    and j *|,*.���,.,. ���-,.,��,  Works, for a special licence to cut., aiid  carry away timber from   tin'* .following  described lands: Cominenciiij! ill a post  on  'the   North   side   o'f    Little   Moyie  Mi ver about "i miles Troiii Main   .Moyie.  thenee east SO chains, south SO  chains.  west  SO  chains,   nortli    SO   chains,    lo  point of commencement, containing li-10  \V,  ���'oi'resl.   Agenl.  ii.    Oniumciicing   at.   a   post   south of  mill lidjaceiil  i.o Jnhiv'( ilovu's, claim and  April 1st,  UK).'!.  (!. A: B. Uall.  marked M. I). Slieji 's soiitheiist   corner  post,   tbeiict;    norlh   Sl.l  chains,  tlienc,.*  NOTICE.  N< I'l'li '!���'. is ii.*r,*l,y Kivt-ii. linn vj.y i In- tiif.lt-1-  Ml'lle'l, ill l.i*li, I. I llil't.y iliiys llfti'I-'lll.' II 1st. | in i.  lie,11 i.,|l .,| 111 is Hi.l Ice III ll| Hi l.v tu III,' A-si Mm t|  ('.,liiiili*..,ii,ii..i i,|' I .<i'nils' ,i,i,I Work-, fur l.li,-  1 li.-I i ii-1 i.r Iviisl K",Miti.iuiy ' innl the ,l'l|i,:|  <.r<��111 ii i i.-.- i < ��� 11 <.��� i.- ol l.ionl." un.I. U',,i|i< r< >t. 1 fi.-t i-..^"  f,, |,ro,|...,.| lor ciiiil iiiul |icli,,|,*inii mi' l.'ir l'|i|.  linvint: <|i*-,.|*il..',l liiuils -limit,: mi Ak.iiniiinis  i'i',-,*l, in the Smic.1i Pl.t-i |,oiti..|., oi I-:.i ��� t K....I,-  liny lil-irn I,. Ilrii.i��li i 'uliiinlilii.  n.    ( iiiiiiiii-iniiii; ;it   :i |i,i,t |)!aiit.,..| a),,,,!! tWn  tiiilr-  Iruiii   the   Internal limn !  'l lim nilairy   atitl  r,IIH'    lllili-s   .*lls|i'|*|v    IreIII    till*    I'l!lll|,.,l,| Hit.T  mill   "ii   .ir   <���<>iiIl:'ii.>ii-   to   Kislei'-iicli-iin   ,,,  , i ..nun, in in-.. ,it ., |���..i pl.,,,1,.,1 ,,i,01ll 1Hl,  mil, s li'iiii Hi,* Inn in.iti,������,| HounUnr^ J1M  liuii' mil,.- ,.,i,i',n*|.y li'���ni ii,,. ,|.-|:it.li,.iu| Kivef*.  Im-Iii;* tlie inji*ili-��*i.,i ',���,,,.,!,., iniiri;,.,)' \\ui.���i  Caillfl'MII s. n.-i-ili ���..,-1 r..ii,.... ',���,��,.. i|,|,���(.,.���, |,i  Hi.* n���i Mi-,.ast ������������,.,.:.'..,;, Willi,,,,,' I.*,,,.,.,.-., , '  ��� oui ainl '|.,.*t,ii,|,.iii,, linii,,, ,t|),.,,,'.|. so,nJ, J,,  cliiijiis. Ilii*nr,.,:,ist Hi.rbains.   il.,,.,,,.,'.. ���,���,|,   s,.  l*llllil|-    lll.'tl,',. H,.*sl   Mlcliailis   |��� |,|;���.,. ,,f   I,,.,,,',,.  >i iin-r ii lit J i miiiiii,* t',|, i ��,.r, ;s  .   Uillcil'Ail.l.'ilst Vl.li.  HUH.    ' '���',''  <\ Mil'S l'A.M).;i(0.\'.   l���,|.���t,ir  .lain,'-  <'ll.llll*l*OII.��,\;;(.,,'  ,i    roiini,..  IS  if Nelson. ���!.>.(.'.'..) Locator.     1 west so chains, i.hi'.-tice south  So chains.  ���iii'iin: at a |.,.ki |,|anl|..| :ib,���n. ,���-,,  niil.'s fn.,iii l lie liil.-riu.ilMiinl lt,���������[|:,,.v .,,���,  four iiiiii ...a-i..My m.iM rlie l-*huhen.i ujvi.t  lii'liu; th.; tinnli-cnst coni,.,'. inatkcl Wijlinui'  Koircst's a.,, th,.Ms,, ,.���,.���,,,��� ,������, ���,���|j.���.(.|,l ,(,  tlictioilli w.-t ci>ni.T<.,f.\iu;iis'Ci.i'iii<!rnii'- ,���a|  , i'ii'1 pi'tii'li'iiiii.'li.iin: tin.-,,.,.  '������mu sii   eliuins'  AK-aiiia.nis.t ivckl,,.,,,,. ,h,  so���.l,-,,,st   .,.���������,.,���.    t,���.���,.(. W(.st .,,, ,.hl,jn,_ ,,���,,���.��� |lorl|i  _U(| e]|i|.^'  ",,-'"t "M N' ,'lli,i'"i M' l'i-'"'!- of l.-niunhur ���,1(i'.  ���''���iilniiii-iU'Klu a, r,-s.  tiiiirk't.*.!   W.   A.   I'rntt.'> M.iuli i-n-i'i'iinii-r ikisi  ll.ljl.ti-.CIll    Im    Iif.  Milllli-Wl'.sl    l-tirili'l*   I'lf    .l,l,l||..  l..'iiiii,.'t'MM's   cliiiin.    tlii'iic*.    north    sJ,i   ,-h;ii,is  iliisni'i! wi.'si SO elm ins. iliein-.' sinitii Mi   clinins  t  i-  Datoil August rtli. Hue  " ;\ni.l.HM FOKHEST, U,*���t,���*. TJJE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, li. C.. MAY 2,  Vm.
North Star Lodge
NO. 30.
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SATURDAY,  .MAY  2.   lilll.'l.
GiirdH'iing is in   l\\\\   -,wiuir
Silver is steadilv ailvancinir
A.  F. AND A.  M.        G.   R.  B.  C.
Regular   met-tiii*.".—Isi   Tuc-ilny   in   caci
tnontti ai ei-tlii o'c-Iol-1;.     Visluiijr llrctliern an
cordially invited.
Ellcllivcr l.oil-jc.   IVnik*.   ii**.'iil.ii*  uiri'iiuifs
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Cranbroolc Loiii-'i*. I'liiiiljiooli, icuular ini'it,-
iiiifshehl on the tlnril Tliuisil.iv nl c.u'h uioiitli.
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Rocky  Mountain  Chapter
XO. 12i>. u. a. M.
fokt .-ti:i.;i.i . ii'. I
Regular nieetine-- L'nd T'le-tiav in , 	
each month at oi'jht o'clock. i        ,    ,.
,.,.', .. ,,   i     ''•  '■iiirm'oiivi'   t-'anit•   up    from
sojourning ' ouin.1111011-are ■m-cnaHy i W-i.-.i,,,.,. |,',-i,|.lv
uviled. ' | • u,l>
K.  L. ''!'. C \l.lii: M'I'H Sc. ihe l'i. ;       ,P, ,-        , .
___ ; ■_ i      lot'   Kook'iuiv 1'ivi'i' is r;i|.itll\
' r;iisi ng
|| Imperial Bank of Canada
!; CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   $4,000,000
!| d   CAPITAL (paid up) -    -   $2,923,866
;j REST ACCOUNT      -   -   $2,485,288
!'    Head    OFFice-Toronto.
T. IL .MKKUITT. I'tc-ident   I). I{. WILICIL. Vice-Pre.*,, and Gen. Man.
Af.KNTS    IN    (JliKAT    LB1TA1X- Lloyds   Bank.   72   Lombard   St.,
A Cenei'al Biinking Business Trans;ic|eil.
r5   #
I   The
Canadian Bank of commerce
. (.ioverumem Agent Arm-drOiii:   §
visited Movie Krida.v. '    cji
..      ,, —~ ■'       !k ' ■    Sl<\"nigs liiink Of>|iMrttiMMil. -- Interest, all,,wed on deposits.     £
A      llaiwin.     Wasa.     \\n,s    .:i i   ^ , ■ 'a
^uvir Thursiiuv oii lm.si.-irs*-       ,£■    Cranbrook Branch, |-, k. maKSH, Manager.   1
i ^iJ-u-Lruui^Ouij-ux/u-u^ uuuu irinruuwluuuiWj-uin^injuutftrutl
I'aid up Capital .98,000.000: i{eserve Fund $2,.100,000:
Aggregate Uesouree.s Over $75,000,000.
'London Office; (10 l.oinhiu-J Street, E. C.
New York Office;  10 IC.xcliinif>c I'liice.
,     And 80 branches in Canada, the United .Stales and British Columbia.       I
' ' *
|   Cranbrook Branch, F. C. MALPAS. Manager.   %
M.   A,   Ih'als'.   Criiiiliri'iil,-.   w\
Professiosia 3.
oeu,s *w™-. •■ * '"M.-1-., s;;.(,,;; .'-,^7;;,: M.v-Hi'-iv
HARVEY & ilcCARTEK   '     ' ■-   -
,, .',.  . .        I'Yt'd   .lolli's  W.'is    llii     '|-|i!U     ||i...
tiari !.-'• rs.   .s<,/(r*,,',,/*s v^.,.,'1     ,.     ■        .    1   \i       1
.. ,     .      ,    ',, ."-.'Hi'! I'lvi'K  I'.iln'h Mii|ii|;ii    .
.\'i'</i*i»>   /'<•', ic,
f'" /""'"   "v   ' .'i"tll.   l.!...il;Mt«..'i,    \ln.'\s\ ,■!,..
fort sti:i:li:. ".  ■ ,,s'.l-'> ••■ 'i'wm   Monday
t!l*,.\'!-.r.s'|'.-'iK-|'  sTi'!".?N ..• ,.|,,i|.'.,  s ,. ""
l 11 >\ im lllij.'lll   .\l;i'|1'   A Cil ■■'' nl'"
COLLECTIONS      FI.OMI>I'LV      \1ADK.  ■ w..s     a 1  ' ( ', ;,nl.r,.,.',     ....      ,.'lu-,:t!
~ lillsiinKr.   M(Mli|u,\
W. R. ROSS , ,. —-,
0    '. . ,' ■„ «       (•     r •   l,:i\\ uell'uin!   V .liniini-.
barrister'-    .-      -        Solicitor ut   were up  h'-mi   !-\sh   LaUc*-..
XOTAF.Y    PUBLIC Moildi..\    ,     '-  -  '
CONVEYANCER. , . ' "'  " "     ,
,,   ,   ,.,,    ,      ,, liarri.st.'r     'JNioiiip^ou:    I'ran- ■
hurl   Sfrrl,.   h,   'u,    |,nv,l<. u*:,s;1! lii.-JmiHM'K.I Mo.i
 . dav _     ■ .
.F ■ ,   ^        ■ ^"""     ^arli'u   visit(.'d    ihe  Si'
.Se Leadonh-ll Str«,i   L«,..!un. Ki^hu.J.       , Marv-S river ]OUi,|ujf t..,|np r,,u^. \
N. A. V/ALLINGER, FORT STEELE. '     ^ * j
J     All miners  ceruliL-iiiL-js   oxju'rn ;
on the cilsi duv of .May   in   oac-li I        i   41     ,1     i
'  .--        |and tlie'balance in one year from date of sale.
Mines, B.C.
The  Property of the  Crow's Nest Pass  Coal  Co.
n .•    Situated at the Morrissey Collieries!
oi m mi
POST OFl-'lfK Bo'.V a.
,    ......     .yi.,
The terms of Sale will be o.ie third Cash at time of purchase, one third in.six months,
I vear,
THOMAS' McVl T TIE     | 	
"■■ _ '• I    ,L' W   fa;more'. Judsou Lang
l-*.I-^.».   c\r   C^.E.   ! ley ,aud   Herbert   Clark, cvisited
,    ! Morrissey Wednesday.
Fort Steele ti.C. ■ 	
The goods and chattels.of the
late Robert McKinnon will be
sold at auction. Tuesdav Mav .Itlj
Provincial    Land -Surveyor
FORT  STEELE,   ti. C.
■4     GRASSICK   &   DEMPSEY.
J      .        •      ' AND,' *   F     *    ,
' ,-■ ■    M^orl,   St.eolp    R.O
Charles Farrell and Thomas
Kador. Movie mining-men. were
ut Steele 'M'oudav.
Xul:s. candifis and Fi-^s at
John Ewin retiu;i'ed Thursday
1'roi'n a prospecting trip in ihe'
Flic river vallev.
** '
Remember the date Friday, May 1st, 1903.
8        THOMAS OR AHAN, Ageiit
Morrissey Mines, B. C.
Liveru, Feed & Sale Stable.
l-'oi't Sl,oul(>  I5.C
. I\(*«iiliu*   Diiiiy   Sl:io.j   nicols  all
t.i-iiins :u, |,\>i*i Sii'i'lo .luiiciion.
SAniMJO A   I'AUK'   riOKSMt-
'I KA.MINfi Ol.' .\ I I.  KI.MiSASITCI.ll.'l \
C.,A: Cock and \Y. E: John _
ston,' Cranbrook, were i-egisiered £^
at, the Imperial Thursday. ' *"'
Robert Dempscy arrived at
l-'ori Sieele Friday, from Ward-
ner. to attend the funeral ol* the
late Mr. John GrasMck.
Already in the Fort Steele
mining dislrict'spring is making
his welcome prosunce and this
summer will be an active one.
General JVlercHant AND
Liquor Dealer*
Fort  Steele
Meat Market
Maim fa dure r'ol' all Kinds of Lumber,       A largo assortment, of seasoned Lumber and Shingles always
,on hand
Office and Slahic
Corner of
Galbraith and lla/.i'l Siri-i-l-
Fon-Steele. B. G.
01'I',1(.,I':'0.,\VS:       .Mop.la.*..     Tliui'--
duy iind riutiiril-iy ;ii Sii'.-fi'.
William Hatipt. an old lime
placer miner, has, been visiting
the placer mines al Wild Horse
John  Fink,   an old   l'iino   resident of tln-'disiricl. was shaking
hands   wilh    friends    al.   Steele
__= DIMENSION      LUMUER      A      SPECIALTY. :=§
|      Wfl'Sfli, ■ --:BG.      |
H. THIRY. Proprietor.
Fresh and Salt Meats Always On Hand.
The regular  nionthly   meeti]'|;"
nf Nori 11 Star 1. nl o.< A.W.S: A.M.-
jwiil    be    held   Tuesdav   eveiiinu-
Beaie. Hotcmson ■&■ Eiweii
tteal Hslate  y\t»eiits
% Mining Brokers
"W-y&'/'&A   I ' An emoriM'iii ineetiu^ of Xon h
Vffi    i Star Eodire will be held    Sunday
' morning May -nl. al  |n (I'l'ldclc
I.VIJ   brotlier.s   ure    re(|iiested    io
| aiten'd: ,1.   Ll i^lr>j>, Secretary.
j     The eii^aoijiij-jiit  is announced
jol   Mi.s.s   Waison ol   Eort Steele
i io   Hubert   Haines,   manager  of
.".he Canadian Hank of Commerce
at Treherne. Manitoba.
Vour .at.teni.iiin 4?. .■■tllf-.d to tin'
•• Pioneer LimiU'd" t.rnin-.uf thu "Milwaukee & St Paul It'iil'.V'iy." **Th,* orliy
perfect trains in tin.: world."     ,',.
Vou will tind it di*.si.rai)!«! in riilc on
those trains when ifoih^to any jiuiiii. in
the FJastern . Staros or Canada. Tliey
eonnect' .with all . Tran.-:rorit.in,.:iit,al
Trainn and , all 'Tieket' .Aifenln ;.-..:11
Kor further information, panijilil,•!.-..
etc, si.sk liny .Tii'ket.  .\;.o*hl (ir
I;i. .L.   FOlll), I.I.H.   IKiW'F...
Push. A,yi.*.in,  '   '      Cirrn-ral Ai/i:ln.;
SPOKAXK.      .'•    I,'OUT LAND.
Win. Myers has gone to .t.lie
hot springs at Blairmdr'e. Billy
i.s not feel jug well, .-and".expects
to. pick u]i a bit .of good health
during his sojourn af(,he springs
Mi.s.s Moss, iriatro at Uie'Fqri;
Steele Ifospita,1 lias gone on a
visit tb friends at; Slqcan. Miss
Keay will liavo'1 cha.i'geyO'f.^Llie
hospital during tho 'absence of
Miss Moss.      '
•■,.-.        NOTICE.
'rake   nol.i.ei*   i ,liii t.   I h irl.y ; davs  after
dill..*    I   int.enii   iff,   a|i|dy   to   l.ln- < .'liirl
< 'om'iiii.'if.ioner of LiuuIh   and .Works for
•.VVANTKD    SKV.KKAL   I 'KI ISU.Vs j.". "l"','i:'1 O'-.-o^ I.,, i*m. m,.| ,*:n*,*y. ;,.\vay
of   Hia.rnel.et;   and   '.food    rejnii.;i.l ion   iir!,' •'"''"'''   f'""i'ii    'he     fol.towi'iij*    liuids    in
eai-li stale (one iu I his eoimty'ri*** nirnl     Soul It.-asl. K ool'-nav:    . <'oiiimeneiiij; a.l.'
a point (ini If'dl KuMi'in^ 'I'l'ail. almiVl,
l liirly i'Iiji iii^ ca-t, of Si. Amour's jn-e-
eiiijitirin:    th'-ni-i'   west   eiiflily    eliains:
Wi'.  CAN   SKI.I.   VOl'l!   I'liOIM'IU'l'V   FOlt   YOU.
Wi',' 1W.\   OK-   SIOl.l.   MININd   STOCKS.
ll'"    YOU    WANT  A, PAUM  OI{   ANY   KIND  OF   PltOPKUTY
Sole Aueilts  Tor the
Fort Steele,' B.C.
Cranbrook, B.C.
Hranclie-. all over ilie diMrirt and eorrcspondi'iits everywhere.
Tilts Stioiod is guaranteed to be. eipi-il to .le.ssop's   or   i^irths in al
',   11 aud Kocic WoitK*.
canton 'steel
Solk   Agents
WANTUn- l-'AlTlfPUL , PEl'i'SON
TO .TUAVIOL for well established
house in a, few eount.ie.s, culling; on retail ineieliants and agents. Local territory. Salary .$'1024 a year.and expenses
payable $l!i*70 a week in cash and ex-
|ii'i,\ses advanced. ,;,osi'ti'on periniinent
Business siici*e.*-sful and rushinff. Fh-
closi*. sidl'-aildressed envelope. Standard House. .'I to fax ton Bldff'., Oliinago.
St. John's Church of England.
Grows Nest Goal ^^
Giant Powder company.
Mining  Supplies  a  Specially.
Agents for the   MASSEY    HARRIS    CO.,   Limited.
___ Farming   Implements,
Fort Steele
Diamond Jubilee
to re[)resi*nt, and ad verti.-.e ,dd ■*.-,lal,-
lislic.l iveall.liy liusini**J*- lions,' 'ofj solid
linanyiai sla.iidiii..''. , Salary '.slil.iiil
weekly u-.it-li i*x|ii*ii.-.*s add il iooal. all
payalde iu rash direi-l. oaeli 'Wedne.s-
day from lic-ad ollii'es. 11oi*.-,i• and
eiu'riiiffe l'uriiisln..|| w'lien . uero-.-ary.
I!efi*rences. tin Hose s,.*lf-address,*d
enyelojie. C<jloin';il Co., ■'!•' I Uearborn
SI., Chicago.
tlicnei* soiilh ei^hl.y chains: thenee easl
i-iifhty Hinins: theiiri-.. north, eighty
chains to.tin- place.of 1 »..*yituiinir.
Dated April 2nd. l!ili:i..
1« U'. .1, AY ATKINS.
A1/SS  B.  MOSS.
. MAr/tori.i
(ii-itili.nl.0 (if Si. Iailce.s Hiis|iU.ul.
Vlllll-JMO'IT, ll. ('.
This I n.sl ilul.ion has been recently
enlarged by a new*, wiiii^* \vh ieh is noiv
open for ri.M.'ijpt.ion (if patients. For
l.erius apply to ,
Miss Ii. .Moss,   or   .1. I.'\ Smith, See.
I      Matron. L<\>rt Steele, B.C.
Services ;%yi!l be. held in the
Church,of St. John' the Divine
every Sunday evening at 7:30 except oh the third Sunday in each
month when the service, will be.
held  at   11  o'clock a.m.
Holy Communion will be ad:
ministered at the close of the
Strangers are welcome.
Diviiie \'Vorsbi|) will be held
in the Presbyterian Church
every Sabbath morning at, 11
o'clock.1 . .
Sa.bbat!i School every Sunday
at half past two o'clock.
'    Choir   practice  every   Thursday evening at 7:>i0 o'clock.
Pastor:    T. McCoiiD.
Port    Steele
Brewing   Co.
'-;. FORT STEELE,  B;' C. ,   '
MANUPAGTiji'MSRS .  and ,   liliEWERS   .OP    KXTKA     KIN li]
'   BEER    ^    PORTEK; V :.
Bottled beer for family use a specialty
Mutz & Scott, Prop's.


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