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 Library of J.og A*��  '  Vol. IO.  FORT STEELE, IB. C, SATURDAY, MAY 14-, 1904.  No '20.  ^  I  SWEENY GETS SULLIVAN.  ST.    EUGENE    MINE    AND    CONCENTRATOR  KORDING RIVER COAL AREAS.  The   Mine   Will   be   Worked   by  Modern Method of Mining.  :'     It    is  'learned   . 11  Spokesiil'an b'"\ iew  iiiiieli tallied ol' deal  Siillivan    ��� 'ompany  Swi-eny   ha*-   boon  iroiiiili      |,he  1 licit        the  b ">l Wi'i'ii  I be  and    Chaii  eol)*-.Ulnn!''d.  Tin* terms arrived  at   .���!)���������:     Mr.  1 i  Sweeny will take the bonds and  the bonus offered''by the coin  pany and an option on a eerlain  an i>uiit nf slmres of tin- company's stock. Thi.s ilie;ii,s that.,  Mi ��� Sweeny will lake hold of  Die development of ihe properly  by iiiodern mot hods.-  Much is s-iid anont lli'e coin  pVlion of lhe smeller. When  Sweeny-builds i? .smelter, il will  I)' whea In' iiei*-!-, il; ami when  it is built il. will be where, and  of a, kind that can bo proh'i--!*Iy  opera l ed. Tlie re are many  things upon which the successful  ��� operation of a smeller depend--.  All these will bo carefully considered by spec iu lists in their  line. ' '  , - 'The development of the uiine  will be first taken into consideration, and continued as conditions surest,, and as perman-,  enoy and productiveness war ran t-  'All this means more for the niin-  inir interests of Southeast Koote  nay '..ban anything that has heretofore taken place. Very little  real mining has been done hero,  and the present conditions of  mining is due largely to the ,un-  mining-hke'ahd unskillful work.  Not only, have good prospects  been spoiled, but the reputation  of the whole district has been  damaged by foolheads trying.lo  do something they know,nothing  about.- The character of work  nnd the management of things  that will be done by tho people  who are about to take hold of  the Sullivan, will sot up a preci-  dent in methods, and do much to  pro\\e the productiveness of the  district.  Will Survey. CoaLClaims and-Ez-  ploit the Property.  jyjoyie's   JJig >SUVevxlead. Mine   in   Operating.  Telegraphic Items.  Dalnoy is reported to have  fallen into the hands of the Japanese.  Lawyer Bangs became a witness for the Crown. He squealed  and'dug up the boodle.  The first Japanese army corps  overtook the retreating Russians  20 miles from Liao Yang, and a  severe engagement ensued.  Cotton is contraband. ' Russia  declares it so because it. is used  in explosives..  Tho Japanese army is advancing in three divisions���the first  from Feug Wang Cheng, towards Liao Yang���The second  from Polandien to Yung Yao  Chang���and the third from  Sulien Cheng to occupy Kullen-  shin.  Jim Hill and Willie Hearst  will start a' genuine Yellow  Newspaper at Victoria.  The province of Quebec Press  Association left Quebec Friday  for the St. Louis Exposition.  Admiral Dewey was elected  Governor General of the order  of the Founders and Patriots of  America at a meeting Friday  night at tho Waldorf-Astoria.  Town Improvements:  The Episcopal/ Parsonage is  receiving a coat of" paint. A.  Neidig has the contract.  ' Dr. Watt has put a neat wire  fence around his lots on Riverside Avenue.  The metallic roof of the. Imperial Hotel received a coat of  paint this week.  T-l E   St.    Ena'cne   mine has  resumed opera!ions, after  a shutdown of two  years.     The  present working  force   numbers  i'00 men.  The ininiug property of the  St. Eugene company consists of  ten mineral claims, situated at  Moyie in tho'Fort Steele mining  district-. There are more than  live miles of tunnels and drifts,  which are opened by twelve  tunnel levels, and a 138 fool  shaft extending from the lowest  tunnel ;">() feel below Ihe level of  Lake Moyie.  The levels of the mine are in  fine shape; the ground is all  caught up and ihousands ol tons  of ore are blocked out and ready  for the drill and shovel.  The ore is galena with zinc  blende, and runs high in silver  and lead. St. Eugene ore carries  -i:l to :"��() ov. in -silver aud 07 per  cent lead. The Moyie and Lake  Shore averages '.VA ov, in silver  and 0'! per cent lead.  The St. F-ugono concentrator  is equipped with four sets of  Cornish rolls, a, Huntington mill'  I I-Hart/, jigs, 10 Wililey table.*,  and 20 Frue vanners. The null  has a daily capacity of I0(> to a00  tuns. The concentrates pro-*"  duced are of a character very  desirable lor fluxing purposes.  It.  is  expected   that,   the tolal  output of the mine will  be about  r>0,000   tons,  been made w  smelters   for  balance     will  Antwerp.  Contracts   have  h .West    Kootenay  !S,(i(i(i    tons,    the  be    sbippoi  to  Mining Notes.  The   St.    Eugene   onine,   has  *��     '   ��� *" T  agreements which ensure a  market for over .-'0.000 tons of  its' concentrates.  There appears, to be a fair  prospect that the Sullivan mine  will bCiin operation again within  a very short, time.  At the present time, it is reported'that the .Butt.o smelters  are taking J'.OO tons a day of coke  from the Crow's Nest- Coal Co.,  and that the latter company are  seeking a 'market for an jaddi-  tional   (500   tons   per day, which  ���they claim are available.' Tt is  well known that lli'e output of  the C.N.P.O. .company's ovens  are now beyond any possible,demand of the Kootenay smelters.  ,    '     ,     *     -      '   "   .  The management of  the.  Hall  Mines Smelter has decided to  blow in_another furnace'".'  A report, from Pernio, received  Wednesday says that, the mines  at Morrissey and Michel rein a in  closed. The Coal' creek mines  are working a small force.  Rockfeliow and others deny  the story that, the copper tight  with Heinze is settled.  Negotiations over the lead  merger are iin&iiccessfnl so far.  and apparently it will be some  time before the National and  Union companies are brought to-  get her.  There is a movement, on foot  in British Columbia lor the removal of the duly on soft coal  imported from the United States  The duty is .">:! cents a ton. Railway companies and manufacturers are in ' favor of the duty  being removed.  Ninety-four coal local ions were  made on Pording river. From  the surface prospects it is  thought that il will be a bonanza  when developed to a producing  stage.  It takes money to make- money  and the truth of this saying has  never been verified more fully  l han iu the case of opening new  mines of gold or any other mineral.  A Boundary man has been ap  pointed lo look" after I lie  British  Columbia minora! exhibit at   ihe  Si-. .Louis'Exposition'.  , At. Wild Horse creek the slide  is being cleared .away. The  ditches' will soon be ready for  turning on tlie wafer.     .\  Canada wants a mil it.- We  want-gold and silver of our osvh  country made into coin and put  into circulation instead of so  much, rag money.���says the Denver 'Lodge, I  The imports 61: mining machinery into Canada for tlie year  lilO:-!- -wei^valued as follows:���  From the'.''United'States  S 1.200.-  .        !      /?'"  >  It!.<   405, from Great   Britain stil,-12o,  Jrom other countries ��I.'J.r29.">.'  Fort Steele ''just west of the  great coal areas, and just, east of  the great silver-lead mines'] is  the center of prosperity in this  district.  Dave Grifiit.li came down from  Wild Horse creek Thursday. He  reports the ditones clear of  debris; and that water will be  turned on next week.  Purchased a Brewery.  The Crow's Nest Brewing  Company's proporty at Morrissey  was sold at Sheriffs sale Wednesday. It was purchased by AI  Mutz, of the Port Steele Brewing Company.  At St. Eugene.  The working 'force at the St.  Eugene has'bce'iij, increased, this  week. .The concentrator ��� has  boon grinding along steadily ,a!l  the week. The mill is being fed  by rii-n. from the. Lake Shore  workings. The aenai trani  which connect--with the upper  workings is'now running. The  mine is in splendid condition,  Ijmboring sound, tho ground safe  ancl solid. Six carloads of ore  was shipped lo West. Kootenay  smellers last week.  John Brown of   Spokane   who  epresoiith the Imperial   Coal  &  '"I'i!  Co..   was   hero during the  -veeli    making   preparations- to  -urvoy    and    exploit  the   com- '  p uiy's claims   in. the  coal areas  of- Fording river.   This company  has   been   recently incorporated'  lor the purpose of acquiring coal  I md-*. and opening  collieries 'in  Southeast Kootenay.-wilh'a capitalization   of   s.'.:,0o,no0.    .The  c >iiip.'iny  has   ninety six   square  miles of , coal    l.nid.s,  with   the '  iiiic-1   iMiicrop   ol   coal   iii   the,  uorl.i   ��� 'If i- uiadi' up'of men   of  i irge lucnus and il i< going\about  t io p'r. liniinai v work in   a   most  f lorough and systematic manner  Mr,. Brown wiil talo,* with   him a  survey   parts'   and   a   crew    of  thirty   ineu   and   twelve   horses.  Trails'-'will   have   lo   be built to  the    property   and    exploitation  worli done.      This  work will require     most , ol     the, summer.  After   (his   i.s   done experts and  co.11   mining   operators   will examine the   property  and.devi.se  plans for opening it up.  Andrew  juidlaw,   and   John   .Brown   of  Spokane promoted the property   ,  and organized the company. *  District News Notes.  i  The lire loss at Fernie is  now  estimated aCi*?47o,000 and the in-'  months  sura nee at ��230,000. ��� -  1    During the  first  four  of 1,00-1 the Boundary mines have  sent out, *280,000 ''tons  of ore to  local smelters'.  McGill students, a party, of 19 *  passed over tho Crow line Mon- ,  day to Nelson.  Subject, to the approval of the .  presiding    judge,   the  fine "test  damage cases agaiust the Crow's  Nest  Coal   Co., .have   been ' set  -     o  down   lor   trial,   on   Wednesday,  June L'f'th, al Nelson. .  Southeast Kootenay Towns.  Among the Craft.  The regular monthly convocation of Rocky Mountain Chapter  It.A.M., was held on Tuesday  evening at Masonic Hall.  A special emergency convocation is called for Sunday May 14.  Silver-lead Quotations  Now York.  May i:t:  JJur Silver                50  Mexiran dollars      -t*J  Lr-iid                    ''    '          l.liO  < 'oppur   1.-..30  Spi'ltur     .     .            .             ...  .-���.iKl  London, M:iy   lit   -Silvi-r.    'lo  11-Hid  i-oppor   ~~>~   l-")s     d:    lend,    CII  7s   <id  spi-lii-i*. Cl'l 7s   (Id.  Market Conditions.  The esiimated  ashossoil   val  ue  of  real property*"  in  the   various  towns in Sou the;  St  ICootonay  is  as  follows:  Kurnie   West Kurnie.  ..  (.'riiiiln'ouK*.  Fort St<*-c-le  .Moyio   Mii'-hc-l   ..  lOlko   Mori issi-v  c  +:-!4L17.">  1,). oi in  SI.810  (50,000  (iO.000  ���Jo.OOO  iiU.OOO  *  Morrissov Mini's  ,  20,00(1  Ivhnhei'lcs.  20.000  Mars--villi.-.  20,000  lot a I  'Uo.Slo  Proclamations.  Copper advanced 7s in London |  Lead declined Is.'id in London  and was unchanged al New York  The Lieutenant-Governor in  council, has proclaimed a close  .season for Elk in the Kooteuays.  lor a period of three years, from  May Kith,   100!  The '���Ca'.lle Act" by an order  in council came into force May  1st. I'.HM.  'Has a Kick Coming."  ������. '   .     Arbor Day.   ��� \-  Tuesday was Arbor Day in the  Stales. Many residents in this  vicinity.are .setting out. trees:  In many instances the frees have  lieen cut, back" unlit they looklike sticks, without a branch,  but   that  is  supposed   to be the  Oii-accoiiiit of a disagreeinont  lielween the Great Northern, and  the coal company at Morrissey,  no coal is being hauled at present on' the Jennings branch, and  it is .n'ot'probable that., there svill  be any further-'coal trallic, oil the  line until the troubles are adjust  ed..-', K. is said that the Croat  Northern has been" given the  worst end of the deal by the coal  best condition in svhich   to   start  them.      To  be   in   line, we have j company, svhich has been trying  planted   eighteen   apple    trees. I.lo   put  o  our planting is   apparently   well i the G.N  done,   bul   sve   wont uiako-thou) I product  Provincial, Mining Association.  A meeting of the executive  committee of the Provincial Mining Association of British Columbia svill be held at Nelson on  Wednesday 18th inst, at 2 o'clock  p.m. The special business of  the meeting will be:  (i) The consideration of, the  question of endorsing the resolution a fleeting the sil\*er-lead  industry of British, Columbia,  urging thaClhe surplus, if any,  of the appropriation voted under  ihe Lead Bounty Act be distributed until June 30th, 1905, among  the producers of lead ore who  tind it advantageous under present rather unusual conditions to  export their ores for treatment  and marketing.  (2) To consider the position  in regard to the location of  placer claims over mineral claims  as shown by the recent supreme  court judgement in the case of  Tanghe vs. Morgan et al, arising  out of the location of the Shamrock placer claim over the Lucky  Jack mineral claim at Poplar  Creek.         ���  Quite Appropriate.  The services at,  tho Episcopal  church last..Sunday svero peculiarly appropriate for I lie occasion ,  pi"the  removal   of   the  Government.oflices.    The text-was "We  have   iio   abiding   city,  but   wo'  hope for one. to come.''  The title  of the hymn svhich followed svas  "1 could not do without you." It  vu inferior article-on j is   said    ihat   a  number  of the  , giving the best of  the. government -staff who'were presto lite Canadian  Pacific, 'ent,   svere much   affected at the  look- like sticks.  I ���Ttiter-Lake, ICalispel  close of the service.  mmss  ���BHBi  HBRB <*■•
TUK PliOSJMCC TOU   KOKT STEELE, B. C,  MAY 11,  1!-n»J
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i.s'i'.Mii.isiir.n   iw'->
7\.  B. Grace,
i>ublishi:k   and   i'ihtou
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K -.nun i-s   (if
Devoted o ilit upiiinliiiiir' "f 1'"°'
Jcolopmenl of lilt 1.1-1 iiniiei.il
\he East Kooien u mining ili-.ii ■ i
Sub-cripuons --,,KI '«"•"   '"'"
Mlvei Using Liu- iiud"M»*«' •"' H-plH.iuoii.
Contributions i'i- soln in il fimii all iuu-of tlitf
JUirui 1JUL.UI m.iiui "ii' '"'''il {m l"1''1'* ino"
must lia-.i. tlie in hoi - s'!-"i nu'i
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THE PROSPECTOH
«ven -..inn day, .mil h.i
.jlioiil-inoii  laiget   tli in   i _
In Tii-i Uooicna-.. It t- mi minis- i'ilm=-
unii contain- Jniil-K* the new- i>l" an\
ilhcr p.ipoi in Ili>-* ili-tuct
As   mi   .ni\ei ti-niK   nu-Jn-.li   it   i- '"■
excelled
f&\)Z ^vosip^ctox
*->ATl'l'l>A\     M ^    11   i'"rt
NOTICE
, \..int i-lieuii, i\. ■ ii. ,lnu\ dat- .itIt 1
j ill li uiMlu liiiiloisiguoil -.mend to iipjih tmlii
Chief ('omiiiissioiiei of '..mils iiml Worhs.it
\u-tnri.i H i' .imlihi- ii-puis Cominis-ionei
ol I- mils ..p.I \S'nik> toi- sdiitlnasl Kootenai
111' i,n Iiiiii-in in pm-puL (i>r Con J and
IMiol.-iiiu "ii i'u lnlliHiii^ /!■ si iiln il lands
-ilnnli .1 in tin sue limst I'm tion of Kast
Kootenai !!< iiml .ihini1 Iweim eight miles
-.oiilht ,i-,l of Un ton n i.i Moinsse>, mill ml
jiii-nl tn Un-I.i anil I-'niks tiioupof Coal Limit-
.mil ii-si of tin* 1 i.iiIn- ■•! liner anil south of
tin ll.iikpit l.in ip of 1'onl Cliiinis iiml being
jil.oir u n mile-i ast fioni the bouiidiu\ line of
tlie( 1' 1! 1-mil i limit M< ing hi block -IV'.'
-.ouilu i-t Kiiounii ami about ihi-iU>-Ii\i
ml!'- innlh.ll tin. M.ml inn I'oinulnii  l.nu
l oiniiit-iii mg at ii post plumed on llic souih-
e.i-i iuiiiii l.iiiigllit mm il posl ol Malhew .f.
I In \-t s 11 imi and .idjaiLiit toll \ ICaniu-J Vs
i-1 nut iHi nfi iniitli so i liaiiis thence ue-t so
ilialn- I'lei'ii. -oiilli su i li.un-^-JJii nit east s(i
i hum- to llu pin. ul W-'inning i Dimming "'•'
m u -
1 Mailuu.l   I'linsl   I.oialoi
_,        U llll un 1'olle    \gclil
1 Maieh lslti'iui'l
u a po-i plnulcd on tin-  soulli-
n„' Un  imtiiil posl ol Clim ni-e .)
un I     I'lj.ll .-in    lo    MiiiIh-h    ,1
Un in t iloiili so ilniiiis   thence
In in i   south   so iVanis    tlu-liie
OPT 11 EAST K'noteiKi}
oiVei- exceptional ad van
tacos in tb" way of Miining and
agriculLu/-'- The valley ol the
FCootena\ i- particularly well
adapted to ianuin<*- and fruit
culture, while the mountains
contain untold wealth It is
rarely that tlie two, mining and
agriculture are so closely a.sso-
. ciated There is no reason when
the mines are developed, why
one dollars''worth of;i;rain or
vegetables should be shipped in.
aud under tavorable conditions
the district can be selt supporting
The construction of the British
Columbia Southern Railway, and
the openini- up of the the coal
areas in the Crow s Nest Pass,
were event.*-, ol are.it subsequent
influence to tho in in ins* interests
ol' the Kootenays. The construction of the Kootenay Central Railway will be of far srent
er     importance
Kootenay.     Tin-
to    Southeast
levelopiiiont of
the mini im, agi iculuire and timber resources all depend upon
the ininiedia.L(l—cjjnsl ruction of
the K 0 U
, Why should the petty spoon of
a lot of disgruntled'politicians be
grained by Hie Provincial govern incut They express no
principle and their voices  speak
Irii- Mono  in   I lio c-oimi ey   hni   llioii-
own disappointed ambition.
The
is  on,
paP
K,
iii</
I' lat head reserve squabble
and   the most interesting
dI the inlerestinu   situation
what is the noveriimciit   ito-
o du in the matter.-'
I     Dill
,       I  ollillll IU 111-T
i n. -t ' ..1 in i I..-I
s-n in-,   i lii.in
] I ill \sl   - I l.lllll
i i.i   ii , Ii un-.   .1
|\\i-l  -i' i hams  to  llu*   pl.-i c ol beginning con
' i nnni- 1.1" ii -i s
I I'l.llLIKi   ,1     Slltlth    h'-clllUI
I William I'jln.   Aki'IH
1     llaU-l M.ulIi 1-1 li   1W)I
I I. omnium n^' it a po-.t planii-1 on ilu- ninth
nisi tuimi lviiir. il-l' initial l>o-1 i'i Xick
Holm s Kiiim anil mljai eiu lo Ciui-m-e ,1
smith s -.laiiu th-.ni.-o-oulli Ml ihalns ih-.Ui.-u
en>t-ii chains iliuiic--nutiti sti chains iliruco
nest *>U L'haiiis LO llu- pl-.u c ol lu-uinniiv ion-
tiiiutti^ nlU Hi-US
N'lik lloliu   Loeiiun
William I'lilio  Aki-iii
U.lltd Muuli iMll   I'Vll
C I'lnuii'iii'iiis at .1 post ^lanti-.l on Iht- ii-.ii 1b-
i*«»t eoiiiei beiiiK tin.' u.iual i>osl o: lU-nr.i
Hill solium anil niljHei.iit to Nu k lluln: s i-hiliu
theuce south **A) chains thenci-west HI chains
thence noi tli s(.i chains ilicnec east M-Uuuns to
in-.* plai e oi iH-uiimint* ■ uiiuiiuin-; t>IO inks
HeniN Hill   Loeutor
Wllll.illl I*Olll-   AjTOIll
n,ini Mauh lsth   1AU
Couim-.-ii-.'IiiK at n.°i-o>t ptuucii on the south-
e.is' curlier k-ini: the .mtial post oi LifOi-*i.i
tl-.i-iti-v - vl.um -inn itd.ucetit to Oeoijre W
Lewis elani. Uiom-e north Mi chains theui-e
,\t.st *-u Lhaius. ilijui-t souih -*l il'.uns thenco
e«-t-HilLhains to the plan of bosmim.i* con-
'•ainii!--' Gl'i Jcrv->
'  Ceorvia Hula'!   f-oeatoi    '
\\ illi.un I'olic Ai-'eiu
Da:ed -March imIi  ltuM
Comuiencinii at a post plmatuii on ihe soiith-
«est corner bem--' the limiHl [jo-t of Oeoifte W
Lewi-' claim ami tulj-iienl to Oeoruia HickeJ'»
tlHim thon. c'north -0 chains Uieiico east so
t.ham-, thetice -outh &Uchain- thence wi'st **0
chn'n- to the plm c of ncir'iiniiiir ' ontiiininir i'lO
ac n -
i"Oi;;i W   I.en is   I.oc-iitoi
W'iluiii I'olic   \yent
I in led M iich l-ivi   I'n'l
Coininciuiii-r ait i p-i-i plimti.d on the noith-
wost loinei bein--' ihe initial post oi A I.
Webbers i l.um iiml jdjaei-nt to Gvorj;e W
Lows'claim theiu'e i-outh su chains thence
oiisi -I), ham- thence noi ill «*J *c liain- theme
iw si so chains to the place oi ht'ifiniiinir lon-
i.muni: r>in ,u te»
\   I.   Webbei   I.oiato'
>. William I'olic AsruiiL
Daieil Mini h 1-jlh   U«H , lb
NOTICE.
Notice is heieby Kiw-ii. that thirli ii.ii- niter
date no the iiiulcrMgncii mti-nil io appl*.
to the Chief Commisbioiit-i of I. mils
iiml Works and tin- Assistant Com
inissionerof I-a nils and Works of the 1'inMiitc
ot Itiitish Coluiribia, Southeast Kootciia*, 111—
113€-1 for a license to prospect foi coal nnd
petiolenin on tht following ilesiubsil laiuis
sltuateil in llloi k 15'H in Soutlieiist Kootemij
Hi itish Columbia'liscnbeil us follows I'.nst
of the Gland I-*oiks Orouj) hikI south of the
liar licit Cimiip ami u.hlol the riatheul Hiw-i
■Hid about t«ont\-foui (21) miles oust ol the
town of Moi nssej and moie full\ desciibid as
oiKht miles cast of the east hnuniliii*. line of
Cami-linn I'ai ilu- (*iiiiii
t 9
Coinmencint,'at ii ]iosi plaicd on the nnilh
ca-t coini-i of Cliailes II .Inni s claim the same
lieiilK the Initial po-t of Clmih s 11 Junes i hum
nml atljin-uit lo Samuel Hoi mi - claim belli-;
one of the Oiaml l-'oiks jjioup, thenceMXjiains
-outh ihence 10 chains \\e-t ihence so chains
norlh thence SO chains east lo the plan- of he-
.mining coiiiaiiiiuk rtlO acu-s '
Oiileil Match l-*th. 1101
I'll Hies It   Jaiu s, l.oiiiun
Willi im I'olic   \m'in
Comliu-ticuii.' -it 'i post iilai ed on the iiiutli-
ncsl ci'int'i of Uu^ciii. C Touslei 's claim the
siimi* lieliiir Ihe Initial post of i:u-,'euo (' Tons
ley s nml ailjacem to Cli.ulc--H Junes claim
thence south JiOchains thence east so chains
thenco noilh Ml chains, iheuic wesl su chains
to the place ot becinnuif -.oni.tlnliii; i-IO ac tcs
Diiieil Miiicli lstli   l'KIl
nuu'CncC  Tuilslcj, l.oiatoi**
William I'olic Ai-cnt
Ciniuncneiu^ nt a poM placed tin the not ill
west rotni'i of n.iinl i; I'lmicli's clniui the
-uuic I'i-iiik'the initial post ol n.ivlil I', Clnmli
claim tin uce south **ii clin.u- tlit-nie cast -o
chain- ihence not Hi *W chinos thence iw-si mi
chains io the place of liopmiiiiK i-oiitainiu'- iilti
acies
Dalt-d Much lsth, ph.ii
'land I*,  Cliuicli   t.oiiitoi
Willi mi I'olic   \^ent
CllU'Ult'lll lllr.' ill li PO-l   pl.ULll   on    thi    south
east coinci of Ceoiyo M Newuijei's claini tin;
siune beim; Ihe niilial post t I George M Xc\\-
mici s claini and adjiiccia to the southeast
coiner ot Chillies H Janes'claim, thence iiouh
.sOchains theme ncsl »0 i limns, thence south
si) chftiiis, thcnccTeast »0 chains to Ihe place of
bejfiiimnK i-onwimns (>10 aetes.
Dated March 18th. 1901
Crcoige-.M  N'eiMiivei, Locutoi
VVIlliaiu 1'olie, A>;t*iii
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IViilkcrTfllc, Onf.      Montreal, -Qne.      »«. John, Bf.B
Victoria. Vancouver and Kamloops.
201
Winnipeg, Man*.
south   SO   chains,   [hem -- il est SO chains to the
pliu c ol liesi linn); coutainliiit bill noes
Dated .Man h Ihlh. IHOI
fill lis II   Dan   l.ocntoi
William I'ulie  A^eiil
l '.HiuiiciR ii._' nt a posl pi.mil on ihe iiouh
nest i oi nei ol .liihu || Siitlicilnuil s i hum bu-
the initial post ol John II su-.hciluii-.ls claim
ainj adlacoil loi;unl- 11 lout's i l,iiin,_tlieute
south -0 ch.iius, lliciii e i ast su clnilns, flu un
noi th so chains, llu nt e m-st su i h ilns lo llic
pliicc ol hcKlunlu;,' coiitninlii), Hill lit i < s
I Mini -Man h lhlll. I'llll
1 oilu 11   Suilioi Ian I, l^ocauu
William Colli , Akciii
t'iMiiiiioiii iiik at a posl placid on llu noilli
cast i inner, ihe same belli-.' tin. Initial post of
Hills 11, Sonic'- clniui iiml adjntcui to I'elei
M N'ei's claim them c soul li ISO chains ilieiiee
wesiNi clinius iheuto noith Ml chains, llienci-
last SU chains lo the place ol hi-j-innliiK i on-
l.ilnuiK (110 niies
I into.!  Man h   lsth,  l'H)l
Kills O. Sonic   l.oialui
IS <> Wllliaiu I'olli   AhOiil
Alininu conditions in Southeast
Kootenay     continue     distinctly
hard   in   tone   without any tend
ency > to   improve   until  tho con
struct ion ol   tho   KoolPiiay   Con
Iral Kailv..i\  is under wa\
11
VOII
w ant
to
know
how
Sice
le   res
ulents
wil
llll-*s
the
gOVL
tiiinent    <'fh
COS.
£iO
to
the
Kootenay i
•ivet  [
nit '.our
I'll!
d iu
the
w liter.
then
wn
u
out
and
look
foi   111
.' hole
i        NOTICE.
6 - <-
I intend to appl\ to tho i 'Iiili Conunission-
eCof l.iui'l- un! v\".a i- •■• - "i-i-cui l-ii en-e io
cut md i.nii .ni.iv umbo fiom tht lolloivin^:
dcsi i ibed laud- - -
l .niuiien. ms.' at a po-t nnukerl somhuest
i in in i of II I'ai mt i - umbo liniit planted at
noi Hi e i-t i oi noi of 11 iJomei s pte-emjition
Hot "Vi") C.ioup I l\ootenii\ IJisincl thence
etisi so chains .heme noit'i SO chain- ihence
ttOsiMlcli.ini- tlieni-e south so i hams to  place
01 llC'.'llllllll'.' '
II   I'MlHOTT
Ilaieil Apnl -'"nil   l"OI KS
TICKETS
I'O    U.I    POINTS
ir
East and West
— VI \   -
The .skeptics, a*
Steele   homir   ilv
regards   Port
niminii- centre
ol the disinct. would bo con
vmced th.it ir 1- ,t tart, bv reason
ot the niinii-ei cl promoters,
ininnii-r men. and thu-e fsjiccially
connected with mi'ninir proper
tie.s. who niiik'o chi- tow n 1 heir
headquarter-, and out tit hir the
season"- woi k
i
Oci ti.-iouall\    -0111(4111111; leaks
out   that   irivos tu the ■•(Joniuion
Pco])le   an lnsii-ht into the man
ayeinent    of    the    lni/li    s( iciice
piil n a <il    v. orhei't
In    ihe   aloiesaid
■upli        w hat    sliiu
be I'lai-cd, bei\v(*e,ii
Short   Line
'IO
St.  Paul.   Duluth,
Minneapolis,  Chicago
IMi    M 1.  I'i U -. I-   1 A-l
Seattle,   Tncoina, Victoria,   Portland
workings   o:
iind     shows
'■Common    I
barriers arc i.o.
political
and al'te
promises
election.
made
nc-lnre
The graves
ipiently   rcsiil
inen'l, l.a.kin.','-  ;
. ponsilih* soun
led
Ll I V i
| USl ICO
from
lias   Ire-
' Jovern-
■.SI)    III.   PlCIHl    l.MSI    I'lUNI-
TliPouf*li 1'
•1-. r>iiiuii_r
-.u-\ C
.iliu'i.   and Tom 1st Si
,tii(l MulU't Stiiotciiio
Ul*])-
l.ih-
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o\ i;ki,wi' daihv
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aidui-j 11 i]is.
and   lull
cull mi hi
2
in lot iu,i-
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ll
i:n.
in: \xi)T.
l-irli-   \m-
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poktiiii-
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W'lls
701   W.
Commf-iit-iiiR at a pos,t placed on the southwest eornei of Charles 15 dove's claim the
same beinw the initial post of Charles K Oiove
claim and adjacent to the southwest coinci of
KUjtene C. Tousle> 's claim, thence north 80
chains, thenco ea-t 80 chains ihence south 80
chain*), thence west SO chains to the place of
hefjinninf! coiiiainini; WO acres
Dated March 18th  1001
„ Charles H  C.ioic. Hocatoi
William Polio, A«ent
Commcnciun at a post placed ni the snutli-
cast eornei ol Williiiin V.,Douglas-" claim the
-atne benirf tlie initial post of William V
Douglass' claini and adjacent to the southwest
comer1 oi Hand H Cliuicli s claim, iheine
noith 80 ilniius thcnicHCstHO chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence east 80 eluiins to place
of beKinnniff coniiiiiiniK <vl<> acies      '
Dated Mauh 18th   1-WI
W'lllliiiu V  Doiijjlass   Hocatoi-
William Pohe  Airent
Coinmeiii inn at a posl placed on the southwestern nei of Da\ id li FoilliinKliniu's (lalni
the same hcniK the initial post of Dai id 11
I-'ortliinKliiiiii s claim nnd adjauciil to the
Willinni V. Doiiptlass claim, jtheuce SO chains
norlh. thentu si) i h-ains easi, thence SO chains
'Outh thence 80 chains west to Hie plm e of lie-
•rmnihjf ro'iiluiiiing iilOm ic- '     (
lj.il-ju Man n IKih   1001
DiimiIV   l-'oilliinj-'hain   Hocatoi
Willia.ii.l'olie, AkciiI
Commencing at.i post plnnti d on the uoith-
wcsteoinei Iicihk the iniliil post ot John H.
Cordons claim .ind adjacent to David 11
I-'oi tlniiKhain s claim, thence south Ml chains
thence east SO chains, thence ninth 80 chains,
thence «est Rfl chains to the plai e of hemnning
I'ontiiinniK rtlO acies
Dated Mai eh ISIh   PIOI
John II  Uoidou. Hocaloi
' William Polie Akoiu
C'onimunciiiK af a posl plueed on the not th-
ciist coiner of John II Shaw s chum the same
belli!,- the initial post of John II Shaw's claim
un) adjacent to William V Douslass claim
them e south 80chains, theme west 80 chains
thence noi th 80 chains, the.icc east 80 chains to
Hie place oi he-finnm;: coiiialiiiiiiid'fi :u tcs
Dated Mai eh IStli   liHll
John 11   Shaw. Hoi-iilm-
William Polie  Akcih
Comincncui'.'at a post placed on the notth
icst coinei of Kmil Simons claim tho same
oenij,'the mill il post of Hniil Simon's claim
ind adj.u euC to Chailcs K (Jioio's claim
hence-oulh 8(1 chums, thence east SO chains
hence noilli 80 chains thence west 80 chains to
c he place ot beirinninf coiilainini: iill) acies
Dnted Ma I eh lsth   I'lOl
Hmil Simon. Hocalot
William I'olic, Aceul
Coiniiieni inn at a post placed on the ninth
list coinei of James W Hals' claim the same
jieini; the initinl post of.Tair.es W Ilnjs' claim
md adj.ii cut to Oi-oii'c M New in\oi- s claim
hence south so cluiins, thence west 80 chains
hence north 80 chinns theneo east 80 ihain- to
he pl.ife of be-,'innniK eonliiiiiiiii; MO acies
Daled Match 18th   I'llll
James W   Ila\s   l.oiatoi
William Polie  Af-enl
Commeni in-,' nt a posl plai ed on the noi th-
ast cot ner of ■..auienee K. Monfoi t's claim the
.aine bein-.' the initial post ol r.auienicIC
.lonfoits i luiin and ndjiiLi'iil to James IV
lajs claim thence south »0 chains thenci
>est SO i liaiiis. them e noith so chains ihence
asi so chinns to llic plai e of beirlnnlinj con
ainun,' IHC acies
Dated Man h 18th   1**01
I.iiiiK nee K   Moiifoit, Hooiloi
William Polie   Aui-nI
NOTK r:.
Notiie is lieicli) Ki \ <*i i thai, thu t} davsafier
date we,'the umli'islgn.-.l, Iniend lo apph to
the Clnet Cotmnlssioner ol Lands anil Woik-
ut \ lctoiia, I! Cl , and the Duput} Conimissioiiei
ol Hands mid Woi ks loi Hast ICootenay ISO,
foi licenses to pio-pcct lot Coal anil Peiiolouin
on llii-'folloiiinn desiilbed lands situaled in
the southeastern poition ot Hast KootemiV/,11
il. and ,ilioiiUiii!iiU miles ciisl of the town ol
Osmei, It C , and about six miles east of the
bouuiliii*. line 01 the Cimidian PacitleCoin-
pames Kiant, and cast of the iiouh link, of the
south link ol Michel Cieuk, which bcinf,- on the
west slope ol the Koi It} Mountain lmnnc, aud
about twent/ miles souih ol Oiow'sNest Mountain. '
CommeiK in-,'at a post plumed at,the noith-
east coinei, beint; the initial post of Miriam W
McHeau and atljacenl to the east oi C V
Kiichner, thence south 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence noi tli 80 chains, thence east 80
chains to the place oi be^iiminj.- containing oil)
acres
Miriam \V McLean, Locator
Williuin Mi Millet], Agent
Dated Maich J.'nd, l'lO-l
Connnenein;,'at a post pltiiiied on the noith-
west coiner b. in-; the initial posl ol James A
McLean and adjacent to the noilheiist eornei
oi Miriam W McLean tlieuie south 80
chums, theme easl SO chains iheni e not th 80
chains theme west SO chains to the place ol
licginntu'' ami communit,' (.10 iicn ■•     '
James A  MeLean, Loiatoi
William McMillen   Agent
Dited Maich-'-'nil   PiOl .
Commencing nt a post planted on the south
west cornel being the initial post oi .leunii
UOMin's ilium and adjacent to James A McLean'-, ihence noi tli .su chants thence east 80
chains ihence south so chains ilienie west s0]
chains lo the plai e ol beginning lontatning (.10
aei es -- '
Jennie Gov.in, Loeatoi
William .McMillen   Agent
Uiited Man h iiml   IQiM '
Couiinencing at ti posl planted on llu southeast coinei, being the iniliil p.i-l ol I'obcil
-Slui-vN sclaini and adjacent to Jennie tloiau-
claim, thence noitli soihains iliem e west so
tlnim-, thence -outh so cliinn- tlieniL east so
chains to thi place ol beginning louiaimng
llll) .ilk s ,
Kobeil Sliau   Loeatoi
William MiMiUeu   Agent
Dated Man h JJnd  1D0I
Commencing at a posl planted on llu- noilh-
east coinei being ihe initial post oi Kiln M
task's claim and adjacent lo Kobt'il Shnu's
claim, them e south 80 ehiuus Uiuikl west SO
chinns thence noi th 80 chains, tl.ence cast 80
chain- lo the place of beginning containing iilO
ni-ies
Klin M   I-'isl,, Loeatoi
William McMillen 'Agent
Dated Maieh Jind   lflOl
o
Commencing at a post planted on the northwest cotnei being the initial post ol Thomas H
|{}.in's claim, and adjacent to Hllit M risk's
claim thence south 80 chains thence east 80
chin us, theme noi tli 80 chains thence west 80
chains to the place of beginning com,lining MO
in its
Thomas II   H>,in   Hocaloi
William McMillen    \gont,
Dated Maieh ">'nd, I'lO I
Comnieui mg at a post phmlid on the soulh-
Hcstcoinei lieingtheiniti.il post ot Floioneo
L Smith's < laim and adjacent to Thomas 11
'li.in's i hum thence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, thence south SO chains, thence
wcsl SO chains to the place of beginning ion
laming OKI acies
floieiice L Smith   Loiatoi
William MiMiUeu  Agent
Dated Mnich JJud. PIOI
Commcncm-, al a posl planted on the southeast coinei being the initial post ofClcotge O
smith's claini and adjaient to l-'loioino L
smith's ihiini thence south 80 ( hams Ihence
west 80 chains thence noith 80 elianis, Lhen.-a
ast SOehains to Un- place of beginning contain
nig ''IP acies
CJeoigeO  Smith   Hoentoi
Willtaiu McMillen   Agent
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r.inmi  V  .1 oIiiimjii. LoruLor
Williuin McMillon. Af-'L-nt
llnted Aim eh J .'nil   1WI
, (,'iimmeiicing .il ,i po-i pi.lined on llic norlh-
«t'-l eninei   lieint;   the   miiml   post of Adam
lJnnlop s elium :md adi.icent lo John II. Murk's
ehiim    them-e  -,outh 80  eh.ims. theneo east 80
chains  thence ninth SO elniiii-, thunt-u  «usl 80
ehains io the jil ic-e ol lio-;iiiiiiii(f eonliiiiiiiii? IilO
.lilt- ff       ,*
A. hi in Uunlop, Locator
W'llli.ini Mi-iMilien. Akcih
D.ited Minth -ihid   l'"01
Con.meneniK .it .t post planted (in the noi'th-
c.isl i-oini-i beiiijj the initinl post of l-'li/.nl-eth
Jones elniin nml .idj.ieent to I'mnni'A. .lolui-
son's cl.iiin thence -onLh hO ehiiin-, thunce
wcslSO cluiins theneo noi th 80 chains, theneo
oust hOehi'.m- to the pl.iee of l)i*-jimiiii-j: eontnin-
ini; (>I0 .icil—
llli/.ilieth J line.-, lvoentor
Willinni McMillen,-Accnt ,
Dated M.ueli li\v\   l'H)l
C'oiiiiiicnoiiiji .it.) post planted on  the .southeast coi nor hems the imti.il post of Marce Itols
claim and adjacent to lUi/nbeth .Tores'  claim,
lliunie noi th SO chains   thence- west 80 eliuius,
thence-outh 80 chums  Ihence cast SO chnin.s to
the plai e ot l>es;iniim-.f c-onliiinlni; (110 acres.
Maice l?ols. T.oeiitoi'
William McMillen, Atfe-U
Dated Maieh JJnil, l')0l
Comment ing at a post planted  on  the noith-
wosl  eornei   beint;   tlie   initial   pom of l-'nink
Link s chum nnd luljneent lo Maicc Hols' claim
"Ihence south 80 chains, thence  east SO chains,
ihence noi lit SO chains  (hence  west SO chains
to the phieo of In'Kiiimii-; conliiiniiiK (HO acies.
Fi.mk Ijink, hociitoi-
Willinni McMillen. Aren't
Dated Mnieh iJnd   I'llll
i
r.'oiuincncin^at a pom planted on ihe -south-
«esl cm noi hem-,' the mlllal post of Lute
InnVs < 1 inn and inljncenl to Mary D. l'ayno's
ehiim thence noilli SO chains, thoiie'j oust 80
chains, thouco souih s i (limns, thence west 80
chains lo Ihe place ol b('Kinninf,r'coiilaliiiin,'(110
ni-ies
' l-ule Link, l.oi-nloi-
Willinni M( Milieu, Arimii
Diitcd Mm ch 'ind   I'm I
Dated Mnieli
50   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
STENTS
Cl'
I I'Olll-   1CCCS-,
Mod'
linnij^lil.
(•Clllllt'lll
(•(>;iI nml
Kuol/iiin v
,slice   .    is       lioin'jr
t he Mcl'cidc   f'fiv-
.-,(.!! I Ic.llHMll.   of    IilO
oil   lands   oi'   Southeast.
|I!'C*
[Kill
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Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac   '
Anroiiit iwimIIiik ii .kiilcli nml ih>nnrli>lliin iiibt
t\n\<-M\y itiiriirliilii our i.|.liii.ni !Y|.<; wficl.lipr nil
lnviiii|l'.ii In i,roli-it.Ij- ri.lcnliiMi... ('oiiiiiiimlirn.
ti<m-iiitrl<-M*-<*iiiillil<-iilliil. Iliiiiilliiiiiknn I'nK-iiln
unit fl-i-e. Illili.-t nt'«.iicv lor rii'i-iiriliv iuil(!lll-l.
I'nli-iil-i Inkiin HiroiiL-li .Miniii ,<c Cn. riicclri-
■   *i,*rt,tt nnlU.f, wlllirmi i.-linrr*-. in llu-'
Scientific/ Jlitiericaii.
A linli'l-onii-lr Illn«tnil«-i1 wc-fklv. I.nrKOHt ctr-.
iiiliillon r.f imjr Hi'liiiitlllc joiirn-tl. Tcrnm, *-.') it
veiir; fi.ur niniitli-i, *fl.  Sold by nil ncwinlcalern.
MUNN&Co.36'8^^* New York
Brunch once. «2S V HL, Wublii-ttuii, I). C
Ciiiiiini ileitis al i posl placed on tin no) th-
tesl coinei of Kr.uiL II (11ej,'-,''- chum Ihe
nine lieni(-; the iiiiluil post of Flunk It liieKi"'-
l.niii and mlj.ii .-ill to Kunl sinioii s i latin
In ni i- -milii SO chain- tin nee ensi So i hiiins
hem e nut Ih io i hams, thence west so (hums
.. ll..; i.l... .- ..I I,..-.;...I.ll.,.:,,.1.1.. ii.ln,; 1.10 1.L1C.,.
lliil.i'd.Marcli ISIh. I'.KII. ,
:'•:''     l-'i-ank It. (ir.ei.-i;. Locutoi'
- ■'    "'  U'llliiim I'olli;. AkciiI.
Coiiiiiiciicln-; til n posl, placed on l.hi- not'th-
■nsl corner of l-cicr .M. Ni-y's claim llic siimi
chin tin; liililnl posl of I'cturM. Ne.v's claim
djiiceut to Julia II. Shaw's claim, tlienec norlh
a cluillis. ilicni-c. wesl. sn clialns.llicnee south
o cluiins, Ihciii'i- cum Sii ciiaiiis to the place ol
ic^iuniiitr coiitiitiiini; i',|li acres.
Milled Miiri'li IHtli. ISHll,
j' , l-cicr ,\1. Ne.y, l.ocator
William  I'olic.''AkciiI
'   .'."...'       '       • '       ■ .':'       '
, ('liiiiiin-iii'iii-.: ni" a .pii.si   iitni-ed mi llu; south-
.vest corner of .Curtis II. Diii'i's claim the s.iinc
.eiii-.-Ihe liiilinl posl nf Cunts li. Mart's  claim
mil adjacent to .lolni 11. (lurdoii's claim. Ihence
.loi-lli'iyi cliiiiiis. Mii-iii-i: cast   so  i-luiiiis.' Ihcuc.-I
C'liiuiiiunciii-j at a post plumed mi the  iiouh
»esi coinei lioiiiK the inltutl post ol W  Hakei
-Inim    md   adj.iicm   io l-'loicnii)   1.    Smith s j
•hum    thence-   south   80 chains, thence east 80
hams, thence noi th 80 ch-ilns   thence   west 80
hnlns to the place ol IicKinuim; com iliun-r fi-to
icics
W   llaki i, Loeatoi
W'lllliiiu MeMllIf li   AkuiI
Dated Maieh  'Jnd   1MDI
(.'ommeiieln-,' at a post planleil on  lite  noi-th-
westcoiiiei  Iiciiik llic  Initial   po.sl  of  W'illuim
Maidens' claim  and  adjacent to l.ule Link's
i hum, tlieneo south  bll chums   llienee cast 80
i ihains, llu nee not tli 80 chain-   thence  we.st 80
I < hams to the pi ice of lief;l-iiiiiiH  containing (J-.iO
'   HlOs <
Willi.i-n Mathews, la-eaior
W'lllnmi McMillen, Aijeiit
Uiited Man h .'Jnil, I'lOl
Coinliii'lieillf,' ai a post planleil on the noi 111
•list i oinci of .lohu II llakei's i l.lllll liein-,' Inc
initial post ol John 11 Makei s i-hilm and ad-
liticni todioiKi O Siuilli si-hiiin ilienci-siiiith
s'Jchains, i lii-iu o west 811 i Iniius. Ihence notth
811 chains, thc-itce easl, 8(1 cluiins to place of l.o-
I'liiiiiiiircoiitiiiiiliiK 010 acres.
.  . .   ,.    ■      .lohu II. Maker, hocaloi'' .•"
.' '    .      ,   Willinni .Me.Mlileii. A«(-iil
.   Dated .March ;''Jud. IHOI.
' l loiniiii'iicilin nl a post planleil on   ilu;  souih.
wesl .corner liein-; tin-  initial pi is I  of John   II.
.vliifli's claim nml iiiljiici-iii to w*. linker',- clniui
llienci-   notth  8(1 i-hnliis,   lli'i-uci- easl, 80 chains,
I hence si nt III 81) clnilns. 1 hence west 8(ichaliis lo
the place of lii'KiiiiiltiK ronlalniiii; i'.Ill ai-i'es.
John 11. Mnrlcs, l.oc'nlor
William McMillen, A(;'en|,
Daied Maieh :'.*iiil. HUM. |
(.'otiinii-nciiiK nt u posl plumed on ' the  south-
ensi eorniT licini; tin- initial posl, of   l-'intini'  A. j
lohnson's   ctaiin   and   ndjacciii     to   John   II. |
Maker's   claim, thence north 80 chains, thence i
vve-si ski L'haius, t hence south 80 chains,   iheticu
NOTICE.
N'otn i is hi ii In kIii n thai wt; the uiiUui':,
sIkik 'I, make application to the Chief Commis-
sionei ol Lauds and W'oik- mil tlie Assisiant
(",'.inimi-sioiu-i_ ol Lands mil Works of llu;
I'totliii c ol Ml Hi-li i''o|iiii)Iiiii loi a License io
piospi-et lot ('mil ,i\i\\ I". noli inn on llu- follow-
i r.-ile-ci.ilied lands sH.ii.ilcl in the so-illicli-i -
i*i-ii portion of Mrillsli i'Oliimliin furihcr d-
serlhcd as follows, in hloclc I'i'.iH ami nhoui I
miles' east of the town (if Osiuei'. Mrilisli Col n.-
liia an.I aliotii, leu nillc-s souih of llu; Croiv's
■Nest..Mountain oti the wesl slope of the Kocky.
iMountain i'iiiikc
- ('i)muieiiciuK at a post, placed on the soutli-
!,-iisl i-oiiicr. the same liciiiK Ihe iniiiiil posl, of
'iMIehael   W.   Day.   and  adjacent   to l-'ranli W.
Ilolihs. liience iiorlli 811 cluiins, thence vvcsl 80
chains, (hence soiit.li 811 chains, lliouce east 80
chains. In Ihe place of lieKiniiliiK couiiiiiilnK 010
acres. , .
Diitcd March i-'.inl. HUM. J
.'...'• ,    .Michael AV. Day. Lncator
•   '   ' .'   William McMillen. Anon I
Conimciu-ini'
west coriicr tin1
l-'rauk W. Ilnlihs clniui and
al a post located on the soulh-
simie lieinit llic  initinl post of
idjiicent.tii MIi-IihuI
W. Day's claim  ihence north 80 cluiins, thunce
east Ml chains, ilium e  south  80 cluiins, llienci;
west 80 chains to ihe  phiec  of bogi'minK con-
tuiniiil' iHo acres.        t
':' Dated Mareli ?2n"il   P.IO-I.
l-'rauk W. llobbs, Loeatoi-
Willinni McMillen. A|?eul,
Coiiimtmciii-,' nl a post liiciucd on tho northwest eoi-iior, the .-iiime heintf the initinl post of
Sebiistian Iliuii clniui, adjacent to Frank W.
llobbs elniin, ihence south 80 ehains, thence,
east 80 chains, thence, norlh 80 elniin-*, thence '
wesl 80 chains io the place of l-cKinriin-,' con-
lllllllll-r (MO iicnjs. , ' •       .
Dated March i-Jud. l-iill.
Sebastian Haas, Locator
Williuin McMillen, Agont
C'oiuuioncli.-.- nl :i post located on' the
norilicn-t comer, the same hein(,r, the initial
posiol' Wi. tin in McPhttrien's claim and adjacciu
io Michael a'. Day's claim, thencn south 80
chiiin.s. tlieinc -Vest'so'c'hnins, thence north So
chains, tliem-censi 80 ehninsuto the place of be-
KinnliiK ooniniiiiiii; MO acres.
Daied Marchiiiul,-1001.
William Mel'liadcu. Locator
William McMillen, Agent
CommeneiiiKiit a post located on the southeast corner the sumo being tlie iniiialpo.st of
James A. Oldhitm and adjacent to William 'Mc-
Plnidon's i.-lalm, thence north 80 chains, thence
west 80 cluiins, thunce south 80 chains, thence
east 80 ehains to the place of bcfrinniiiKcontniii-
iii(f (M0 uei-es.
Dated March S2ml, 11KM. =^==^
■Inines Olillmiii, Loeatoi*
William McMillen, AtfC'tit
(Joiniiioiiclii« nt a post located on the southwest corner tho same belns tho initial post of
Morton E. Poole, aud adjacent to Juinos A.
Oldhain, theneo north 80 chains, thence ensi 8<)
chains, Ihence .south 80 cluiins, thoucu we.st 80'
ehains to the pluce of heKinniit« contitlnliiK (HO
acres.
Daied March S-Jntl. I'.KM.
Morton l-I. I'oolo, Locator
William McMillen, Afjonl
Coiiiineiioln-? nl a posl located on tho southwest corner, llic sumo uuIiik the Initial post of
J. N*. Anilorson und adjncc-iit lo Morton K.
I'oolc-'s claim, tlionce north 80 chains, theneo
tasl 80 chains, llienco south 80 chains, ihence
west 80 chains lo the pluce ol' lic-flnnin-; con-
ininliiKiltO acroN,
Dated March SJnd.'IWM.
.1. N. Anderson, Locator
William McMillen, A«enc
qoiiiinenclng ul a post located on the northwest corner the same being the initial post of
Minnie Montgomery and adjacent to ,T.: N.
Anderson's claim,1; thonce south 80 clnilns,
thence east. 80 chains, thence, north ' 80 chains,
thence west 80 cliains to the place of beginning
containing640acres. . ',
Dated March 22nd, 1901.
Minnie Montgomery, Loc-tuor
18 '      William McMillon, Agent
NOTICE.
Thirty days' alter -lute 1 Intend to make application to the Chief Coinmlssioner of Lands
ml Works for a Lease to cut andjCarry away
limber rrmn llu; following duscribed land In
South Kast Ivoolf-iuiy, District. Commencing
at a posl. plained at a point 10 ehains north of
llu; southwest comer of 1). Ilreckcnrldge's timber lease, Iliencu west. **00 chains,, thence north
l-JO chains, Ihc-tiid west 10 chains, thciice nprtli
so chains, tli'ciu-i! wesl 10 chains, theneo north 80
chains, thence west ;I0 chains, thence 'north 200
chnlns, thunce ciisl iO'J chains more or loss to
C. lloulds' license, thence south •.•III) chains
mine or less to siiiuhwcsl corner of .Sayers
licensc-.'thence cust IliO chains more or leas to
northwest corner of D. Urcckunridgcs timber
lease, ihence souih 280 chains more or less to
point of commencement. ,
Dated April 25tli. I'.IOI.
\7 DAVID K. NKWELL, Locator
i THE PROSPECTOR. FORT STEELE. B. C MAY U.  19'U.  NOTICC  Notice is hereby gnen that thirn dn>��  .iflc- dale I intend (o apply to the Chief Com  nus-iont r of 1.111111. and Woik- and the \ssi-l  mt Couimissionci of Lands and Woiks for  the di-trlct 01 Southeast Kooien \ foi a lie n-c  to prospect for Coal and Petioleum on the lol-  lo�� ing dcsdibed lands silu.itril.it the head of  'starvation Creek mid about one mile north of  the International Uoundnrv Line Hlock IVW  souiheasteiu portion of British Columbin  1 Comineni mg at a posl planted tuo miles  west of Meb U I'ower's chuni being the initinl  post of Thcdi M Towers claim and maiked  ThedaM Towel's noithwesteninei post thence  east 80chains thence south bO cluiins ihence  west 80 chains thence noi tli 80 chains to place  ol beginning and containing old acies inou- or  less  Lointe'd Maieh 10th   lm-l  Theda M   Towt-i   Lmaloi  - WMUim J  Hl���f   Agent  ���2 Coinmencinif at a post plmited noithnf  nnd adjaeent to Theda M Tower s claim being  the Initial post of Frank D Whltsnu's ilaini  and markpil Pitink D Whitson s southwest  corner post, thence east 80 chains thence nnith  80 chains thence west 80 chains thence souih  80 chains to tin; place of beginning, containing  iilO acres more or less.  Located March 10th. IflOI.  Frank I"). Whitson. Locator  William J. Bluff. Agent  NOTiCfc.  Notici is hereby gnen that Hurl-, dn\- afti l  dale 1 intend to apj.h to ihe Chief Comuus  siouei of L mds and Works apd the A-sistant  Comini-siom r oi Lands and Woil.s foi  the Distill t or Kast K"ootena\ for a  License to piospect for coal and petroleum on  the following dew-noi d land situated tlnee  miles north ofthelnternation.il Houmliii*. Line  nt the head of Kintla Ciuek Hlock  43'i3, South  eastern poinon of Hriiii-h Columbia  ii  1 Coinmcneing at a po-t plapied north ol  and adjacent to John T muff's claim being the  initial post of Ll-ic L. Thomas' ilium find  marked Klsie L.Thomas northwest enrnei post  thence east 60 chains, ilicnce south ��0 cliains  thence west 80 chains thence noith sodium--  to tlie place of beginning containing i.lOarre-  moie Ol less  Loiated Maieh Dili   HUM  Llsiu L Thomas. Lo( itlvi  _Wil|i,imj Jiluff _lgC'it_'-  Fort   Steele Cigar   Store  A Fine Line ol  Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos  Billiard Room  WATCHMAKER  and   JEWELER  ENGORAVING and REPAIRING  PERIODICALS  Commencing   at  a  post,  planted west of  .lift  1&he %}K0#p2CtOt  SATURDAY. MAY  14, J904  J. J. HILL VS. COAL CO.  His Growing Interest Not'Admitted���A Fight>to -Get Control  .���Will the Coal Co. be Foroed  to Allow Him?  Tho struggle now'going on between   the   man    biic-lc    ol'   -llie  Northern   Securities    Company  and the, Crow's  Nest  Pass  Coal  Company is one ot" great interest  to every   resident  of .Morrissey  Mines.     How long.it will last is  ,u, matter ''of' uncertainty,   bnl,  from     present    indications,   we  '   have   noo reason   lo believe Ihat  the   works   here  will   be closed  down   for   very   long   on     Ibis  account, aiid a  Jew   days   hence  <��� may see the heralding in- of  the  looked-forgi'Ow.ingaTid humming  time,   such  as  no coal camp in  this district has seen before.  It is evident that J. J. Hill has  for some time been anxious to  get control of this company and  has been taking advantage of  every opportunity lo accomplish  his purpose. The recent find of  good coal up here has not lessened his desire. The question is  suggested: does Hill want to buy  this Morrissey colliery and coal  areas alone'-'. Would this be  sufficient for him, and w'ould the  Coal Co. sell this rather than  enter into a war against his  schemes for comp.lp.to control V  A meeting of the directors ol'  the Coal Company is lo ,be held  this month, and something may  drop.  The following regarding J. .1.  Hill and control is taken from  the Toronto News of April 2-\rd:  The story of the domination of  the .Crow's Nest Pass Coal Company, by the'Northern Securities  Company-will not down. A New-  York advice is to the effect that  J.J. Hill isc planning to control  the coal fields of Southern , British Columbia, including those of  the Crow's Nest Company. The  Hill interest in the latter concern was (as already noted in  this column) declared at tin;  Northern Securities meeting the  o"-her day to be 41 per cent. -The  New York letter adds:  "It is surmised, though not admitted, that Mr. Hill engineered  a deal whereby part of the stock  1 owned by a' Toronto firm was  taken over at considerably below the' market price during a  period when tho,firm in question  needed the ��� money ,mueh', more  than it needed the stock. Tlie  Hill holdings aro probably growing slowly: No stock has been  taken into the Northern Securities Company for many months,  but no one knows whether or  not private interests identified  . with this group,, of capitalists  have, bought  further   into   this;  ���Monk or not. .When Mr. Hill  goes heavily inro a .---lock-he  generally does it because he  either wants or expects to get  control.''  An eventual removal of' the  American duly on'Canadian coal  is limited, as is also a possible  ultimate increase of the company's capiial. ��� Dispatch. Morrissey.  Valuable Silver Gifts.  and ndjneent to Frank n. Wliitso;<is claim A>. -  Ins the initial post of TA/./Ac O.,Whltson's claini  and marked Lizzie O Wliilson's southeast coiner post, thence west 80 <-hain.i. (In-nee noi th W)  clinins.^tlieiice east W) ehains. ihence south K0  chains to tho place of br-Kinninfr, containing tl'O  acres more or les". ' ��  T.or-ated March lOth. IIKM.  LizzlnO. Wliltf.oii, Locator     ''  William .I. nluff. A-jent  i  4. Commenclnp at a post, planted south of  and adjacent lo Lizzie O. Wliilson's claim lw>-  liifr the Initial post of Kgueil 'I'. Steele's elniin  and marked Uglier*. T. Steele's noitheast corner post. Ihence west SO chains, thence--oiith 80  cliains, Ihence east R0 chain", thence north SI)  chains to the place of hi'-jlnning. contiiinlnKillO  acres more or less.  Located Murc-li lOth, liwi. ,  Kghoit T. Steele, Locator  lti Williuin J. Bluff, Audit  2 Coniine-in u��f .u �� post pUnli-d noithof  itnd.iiljace-nt io Ll-le I. Thomas' i l.ilm lic-iiif-.  lhe_iniii.il posl ol Zt-mis A l-nlc's lIjihi and  muikcil S&ciiii-. A I'llle s sniulmt-xt coiner post  tlit-iiec eii-.t 80chains, thenc-e iionli 80 ihains  theuee-tti-si 80 clnilns, llienie south so i li.ilns  lo the place of Lu-glnnliiK con la in ing (.10 acies  more or le���!>.  Located March Dili. wot. , '  Zi-nas, A. I'llle. Locator  VVilliam .1. Wuif,.Afjeiu  II. Commencing al a post planted iic'sl ofiiinl  adjacent to Zenas A Pfllc's claim being the initial post of O. A. ICeatiris'.s claim and maiked  U.A. Kc-utiiig't, soulliea.si corner post, thence  west 80 chains, tlicnce'iiorth SO chains, ihence  east 80eliuins, thence south 60 cliain.s to the  pliice of beginning containing fill)-lores more or  le-s.     '  Located March Uili, IHOI. '  O. A. Keating, Locator  Willinni J. Hluff. Agent ,  1. Commencing at a jio.st plumed .souili of  and adjacent to CI. A.'Keating'*, eliiim beinji  the initial post of Mniy Shea's claim and mink  ed Mary Shen's norllieiibt comer po.-t. thence  west 8o chains, tlunce south SO chains, thence  east 80 chains, tlieiii'o uoilh 80 chains lo tin.-  place of beginning couiniiiing (ill) acres more or  less.  Located Mnrc-h Oih, 1W)1.    '    '<  Muiy Shea, Locator  I�� Willinni .1. Blurt, Agcni  Toys,   Books, and   Stationery  1 N. HANSON,!  eS General JVlei-cHofit AND H2  iE' Lricj-uor Dealer. 22  Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber,       A large assort-     ZS  ment of seasoned Lumbei* and Shingles always 32  ��  - , on hand     ' :***���  DIMENSION      LUMBER  -W-flS/l.  SPECIALTY. 'ZS  B G  riiiaiuiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiuaiiiiiaii^uiiiiuiiiiaaiiuiuiuiaiuia^  Every   leading  show    samples .of  The ' best Canadian wheat  coreal���Orange Meat���is a nutri-  lious iind.tasty food'"I not. only  use it myself, bur advise mj' con  valescont pitients to use 'it,"  says C-3. M Rtratlon, M.D.. of  Napa nee. On  grocer 'can  heavy silver-plated table ware  given free for coupons enclosed  in every ir*-c. package. A splendid line oPtou and desert spoons  iu sots of six and three,-' respectively, a beautiful pattern in a  sugar" shell, and a handsome  new design butter knife, all of  very, lieavy silver plate,'without  stamp or advertisement, are  among the premiums which may  be secured along with this excellent Canadian food. ���  TH10 MASTKl*. MF.CUANIC'S PURE TAR  SOA1' heals and softens the skin, while  promptly cleansing it of gicaso, oil, rust, etc.  Invaluable lor mechanics, tanners, sportsmen  ������'rr-e "-ample on 1 ceeipt of ���.'(*. for postage.  Allien Toilel Soap Co.. Mfrs Montreal.  ' r  o     MfN'HI'AL    ACT  (FOItM  K.J  I'nin'iKiOATi; ok impkuvbmknts  NOTICE.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that lliiity days  after date'' I intend lo apply to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Worlts and  the Assistant Commissioner of Lands and  Works for the District of Kast Kootenuy, for a  license to prospect for coal and petroleum on  the following described laud .situate about  two miles below the head of Starvation Creole  aud about one mile north of the luteruaiiomil  Houndary Line, Block IMS. southeastern por-  i tion of British Columbia. t  li Commoncing at a post planted two'miles  west of Egbert T. Steele's northeast corner post  being the Initial po.si of Thomas Phillip, claim  and marked Thomus Phillips northhest coiner  post, thence easl SO chains, ihence souih 80  chains, thence west 80 chains, tliouee north 80  chums to the place of beginning, containing  010 acres more or less.  Located March lOili, 1004.  Thomas Phillip*, Locator  William .1. Blufr, Agent  '.'. Commencing nt a post planted north of  and adjacent to Thomas Philli|S' claim being  the initial post of Louisa OIo"n's claim and  marked Louisa Gloyn'0 southwest coiner post,  Ihence oust 80 chains, ilionco 'noitli SO  chains, thence west 80 chains, thence south 80  chains to the place of beginning, containing 040  acres more or less.  Located March 10th, IMM  Louisa Gloyn, Locator  William .1. Bluff, Agent  li. Commencing at a post planted west of  and udjuceut to Louisa Oloyn's claim being the  Initial post of Lillie M. Phillips' claim and  marked Lillie M. Phillips southeast corner  post,, thence west 80 chains, thence north 80  chains, ihence cast 80 chains, ihence souih 80  chains to the place of beginning, containing  610 acres more or loss'.  "Located Murch-lOth, 1901.  Lillie M. Phillips, Locator  William .1. Hluff, Agent  1. Commencing at a post planted south of  and adjacent to Lillie M. Phillips claim and being tlie initial post of Albert T. Brook's claim,  and marked Albert 'J*. Brook's northeast corner  post, theneo west 80 chains, thence south 80  chains, thence east 80 ehains, thence north 80  chains to the place of beginning, continuing B4ii  acres more or loss. ���"  Locatid March 10th, 1904  Albert T. Brook, Locator  16 William.T. Blulf, Agent  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that thirty days altor  date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Woiks for a Special Licence to  eutnnd eany away timber from the following  ilr-setibed lands in South East Kootenay District, British Columbia:���  Commencing at a post planted on Sullivan  L'rci-k '^ mile N'.E.of Klmberloy ihence west 40  chains, theneo north 80 chains,'thence east SO  ohnins, thi'iicc south ho rhiiins, tlionce west 10  chains to the place ol beginning. a  Dated this 19th day of Apiil, 1901.  T. II. L. Fenwick, Locator  N'> Arthur B. Fenwick, Agent  (���\NI5Y.  KTVER  IKNNINfiS AN'11 ���'MS I IK!  Miticrii! Cluiins.  Sili'iati- in llu- Jfon Ntc-i'li* Mining  I Mvision ol Kit"-! Idiot I'liity I MM rid.  W'hei'i- loi",iU"(l:--On Wolf Crock.  Taki! NotiiM,' 1.1ml I. .laiiu-s A. Harvey  l"\.M.C. No. P.liOi'���-*���!. aocni for John L-i.  Humphrey-. l'\M.C. ISTo. H(i0(>25, Peter  Ji'.nsoii. I-'.M.C. No. |-5(i0(i:W. .lohn Ald-  rii'l), l'\.M.('. No. I'(i0(i:t(i. nnd Samuel  l-.ewi-.on. li'ruu Miner's (.'i-i-LiiieaLc No.,  IJilOiiM.j. intend, sixty ilays from tlie  (lute heroof. to apply lo the Mining- Re-  eoi-der for a Certilicate of Improvements, foi- the purpose of obtainino a  Crown firant of ihe nliovo claims.  And l'nrtliur take notice that action,  iniler section ;{7. must he coinnionced  iiefore ihe issnaiiei- of such Certilicate  of Improvement-;.  Daied this luili d.-iyof May, A. D. 1904  :'() J. A. ILAliVKY.  NOTICE.  I iiiienil lo iippl\ m llie Clilci Coiumission-  erol Lands ami Woiks lor a Special License to  cut nnd i-iini nw.iy iiiubei fiom the follow ing  dus--rfhi'd lands-���  Coiiiiueuciiig at :i post iiiaikod southwest  corner of, II. l'liri-oii's���.timbor limit, planted  near the north west 'corner of Lot to, (Iroup 1,  Ivootcnay District, thence north 80 chainu,  tlience easl.80chains, thence souili HO chains,  thence west 80 cliains lo place of beginning.  . .:' II. PAIIHOTT.   .  Dated April i'.lh, IHOI.    '  ..     . IK  NOTICE. i,  Notice is hereby </ivcn that thirty days after  date J Intend lo apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for n Special License lo  cut and cany away timber from the following  described lands In South l Easl ICooienny District, British Columbia:��� i  Commencing at a po-.l planted ai ihe -oulh-  oast corner of Lot 187'J being tho noi thoiist corner of -Edward Loiitlen's pre-emption  thence south 80 chains, ilicnce west 80 chains,"  thence noith 80 chains, thence east SO 'chains lo  placo of beginning. i  Datedihi.s 12th day oi Aiuil, PJOl  li. M. Fenwick, Locator  10 ��� i       Arthur U.-Fonwiek, Agent *  rt  Meat Market  o   , T. ROBERTS. Proprietor.  Fresh and Salt Meats Always On Hand.  .MINr.I'AL ACT.  t (I-'OltM  V.)  CKRTIKIOATK OF IMl'ROVKMliNT.s.  ANDREW    NEI DIG  CONTRACTOR     and    BUILDER  I10USI-* AND SIGN* 1'AINTINU  CALCIMINI'NO and I'AI'HR HANCINC  PORT S'riSELK.'I'r!.  0,       .  A]]   work, promptly done.  NOTICE.  Notice Is heieby given thai :I0 days ufici (line  I Intend lo apply toihoChii-l i-'ommisiioiier oi  Lands and Works and the Assistant Commissioner ol Lands and Woiks for the district ol  Kast Kootenay for a License to prospect for  Coal and Petioleum on the following describel  land situated jusl noitli of the International  Houndary line. Al the head ol ICi.itln Check in  Ulock i:>0'{ Soullifiistinii portion ol llriiish  Coluinbui.  1. Commencing at n post planted one mile  north of the Intel national Uouinliiry line being  ihe initial post of John T. Ulutf's claim and  marked John T. muff's southwest corner post,  thence east 80 chains, thence north 80 clmin.s.  thence west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains  io tlie place of beginning containing 010 acres  more or lo**s.  Located March ')th, 1901.  ' .lohnT. Dluif, Locator  * William .I. ltluff, Agent     j  li Commencing at a post planted south of  ,ind adjacent to John T. HUnT's claim, being  ihe Inllial post of Edwin K. Hunter's chum and  maiked lid win K. Hunter's northwest comer  post, thence cast 80 chains, ilu-nee soutli 80  chains, thence we.st 80 chains, thence norlh SO  chains to the place of beginning, continuing mo  acres more or less.  Located March'hh, 1001  Kdwln 10. Iluuti-i, Locaim  __ William J. llluif, Agoni  :( Conimenciug ul-a post planted west of and  adjacenl to Kilwin K. Hunter's clalin being the,  Inllial post of Albert K. ICeals northeast corner  uost. thoucc west 80 chains, tlience south 80  chains.'thence east 80 eliiiins. ihence n'ortli 80  e'l'ialus to tlie place.of tiegiiining contiilnlng (VIO  acres more or less. '     ���   ...  Located March Mill l'J(|4. '. ,!  Albert V,. Iveals, Locator, ���  ���i, William .I. Hluff. Agent  ' 4.   CoiiiiiieiR-ing at a  post planted  north of  and adjacent to Albert��� K.  Keats' claim  being  the initial, post'Of Mel) 1.1. Tower's clniui and  marked Mob 11. Tower's southeast corner post',  thence west 80 chains, ihcni-e  north 80 chains.  thc-iico cast 80 chains, thence smith .HO chains to  the place  of  lii-gliiniiig.   containing   0,10 acres  more or less.  Located-March'.lib. lliOl- -������''"  i   Mel) H. Tower. Locator  Irt !      William .1. Hluff. Agent  NOTICE.  ' "Dornthy'' Mineral Claim.  Situate in the Fort Steele Mining Division of  Mast ICootoiiny District.  Where located-���On the west side oi Lower  Movie Lake.  TAKE NOTICK Mint 1, .lames A. Harvey, I-'.  M.C. No. Hiidii'J.I, acting for myselt and as agent  for J. 'A. Cams, K.M.C. No. B71I107, and' Frank  Guindon, I'*reo Minor's Certificate No. H60:>''7,  intend, sixty days'from the date hereof, u>  apply to tlie Mining Uecorder foi a Ceitiiicate  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grunt of the above claim  And turther take notice that action, undei  Section l!7. nui-a be commenced befoie the issuance of such Certificate of rinpiovements.  Dated this 2nd dny of May. A.D., l!XH.  I')    , . .1. A. HARVEY.  MINlCltAL ACT  (FOIl.M  P.)  C-l'UTiFK'A'IH OK  I.MI'HDVK.MEN'lS.  NOTICE.  ("'nlore Mineral Claim.  Situate in the Fort Steele Mining Division of  l-'.nst Kootenay District.  Where located:���On Sullir.in Hill.  Take notice that C, James A Harvey, l-'.M.C .  No. "liOaiT' agent for Chillies C. Pariell. F.M.  C. Mo. ������HtiOXM", Waller C. Hurchett. I-'.M.C.  N'o. ���-HBUC32'*, llobert L T. Galbrallh. KM.C,  No. "HOOfinS". Judson H. Lungley. F.M.C.,;No.  ������BBOiiSU". William .1. Lungley, V.M.C. No.  ���HCOihtl". Edwin C. Smith. I-'.M.C. No. "H7*'*tl3"  and Andrew J. Devlin, Fret*. Mluer's Certificate  No. **Hi;0l>7il," Intend, siMv day-, from the date  hereof, to npplv to tin- Mining Recorder for a  Cerlilli-iite of rinprovciiii-nts. for tho purpose of  obtaining a Clown (Iiniwi of the above claim.  And  iiiilhi'r lake  notice that acilon.  under  -.cciioii H7, must be coiniiicni-ed befoie the Issii-  tince of such Cei tllicnti- oi Impiovi-nients.  Dated Ibis -.'liti day nl Iio.-.-mbcr. A.D.; ISOH. ,  1.1 .1   A   IIAI'VEY.   '..,.-  NOT10J3.  '.'To OI'ANOK S. i-'ltlZ/.ELL. nml In any  other party or parlies lo whom he inny' have  .Iraiisfei-ieil Ills interest In llie Shakespeiiri:  -Mineral Claim sitiinli' nil I'eiry Creel;,, in tlie  I-'oi-t.Stnele Mining Division., l-'.nst ICdoleiiay.  Ilrltish Coliuiililii.   ���   ���',  TAKE NOTICE llm I you lire In.Tt-liy n.-qiiiiod  within ninety days froiii lir.si piilillentloii of  this notice to, pay lo the undersigned tiio sum  of tr.o.on.i the anioiuit cxpi-nilcd by him oil your  inli-rest In said claini for nsscssiiiciit. work up  iii tin--i'lli (lii.v (If October, I'.ilH.  AND l-'ITKTIHOIt TAKE NOTICI:*, tbiil unless saiil ��� pii'yiiieut togi.-.ihcr with all costs of  advertising is paid within the. lime 'above  stateil. your inturcst in siild 'claim shall lapse  io llie iinilci-Higin-il on account of said expcndl-  luro.  THIS,NOTICE is given, under Section I of  llic ���'Mineral Aijt Ainciiilmciit Act, !l��Ki".  Dated this 2nd day ol May. l'.ioi.  I.i ' OUST 'I'llEIS^  notice:  Thlily days aliei duio 1  llie undei.slgneil  in  toad to  apply  lo  the Chief Commissioner or  Lands and Works for a Special License  to' cm  and cany n way timbor fiom the  following de-  setlbed   lands   vl-/.:���Gommencing    at   a   post  marked  O.   Lund's northwest corner at tile intersection of Lot t'.o:i,'i and W. Lnurlers' South- ,  era Houndaiy on west side of Kootenay  River |  in Southeast, Koolenny. and running 10 chains ,  east liioio or. loss to   west bank of Kootenay I  Civer.  tlience   south' along said bank 80 chains  more or less to intersect Loi'iUS, thence wesl [  00  chains   more   or   less to Intersect Lot 00.'W,  thence north 80 chains to point of beginning;  containing 100 acres more or less.   '  O. LUND.     '  April B7th, 1001. i 20  NOTICE.   ���  Thirty days after date r the underslgnoit intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for a Special Liconso to cut  ami curry away timber from the following described lauds viae:���Commencing at a post  marked C. P. Lund's southeast corner at the  Intciseciioi; ol' Lot 00:13 ami about 80 ehains  north of Lot 7lif> on east side of Kootenay Itiver  in Southeast Kootenay. And running 100 chains  north, tlicuci! 80 chains west more or less io  Eitnl bank of Kootenay IMvisr. tlience south  following said bank to a point opposite noini  of coiniiiuiii-cmcnl, Ihence easl'to chains more  or less to point of coinuieni-c-ineiil, containing  .120 acres more or less.  C. P. LUND.  ApiII27lli.Ii.i0L 20  FOR   SALE  'Having sold my ranch, 1 would like  io disposo of the following- farm ��� implements.    -  One Plow    i  One'Cultivator  Set of Work Harness  C-i . '  '     o       ��� 1 '   1 '  Logging chains, etc:, aud-a lot  of small   farm  articles.  Write or apply to  Via E'ort Sieole.  A. BAXTER,  Little Bull River  The Fair Route.  NOTICE.  Notice; is hereby tfivcn that HO fltiys  from the date hereof 1 intend to apply  to the (Ihicf Commissioner of Lands  nnd Works tit Victoria to purchase the  following described lands situate in  Southeast Kootenay and described as  follows:���  ��� Coinmencino; ;u ���-," post, plumed one  mile west of souih wesl eornerof block  Nol'vMiJ. theinii* so i-liains south, thence  '20 chains cost, thence SO chain.-, north,  thence -0 chains ivcsl lo place of h*'--  g-iniiino' containino U>0 acn-s more or  les��.  .IUL1N  MKA.V.  Diitcd fori Steele May 1st. 10(M.     'J.Q  Via Chicatfo or New Orloana to St.  Louis, is the one that ffivea you tlie  most lor your money,���and the fact  Mint the ILLINOIS CENTRAL ofier.-,  ���ninurjMissi'd service ,vin these points to  the WORLDS PAIR.-andin thin connection to all points beyond, makes it  to your advantage, in case you contemplate a trip to any point easl, to write  us before making final iirrauu;ei;iunts.  We can offer the choice-of at Vist a  dozen different routes.  B. H. Trumiiull, Commercial Ag-ent  142 Third St., Portland. Oreg-on.  .1. G. Lindsey, T.F. & P. A.  D 142 Third St.. Portland, Oregon.  P. B. Thompson. P. & P. A., Room  1. Colman Bld-r., Seattle, Wash.  ��er*i#'iii  Shaving ��f Hair Dressing Parlor  Next to OrieiitHl.Hott-.l  FORT    STEELE,    B.   C.  SHORTvLINE  BETWEEN  5TPAUL'*XHIGAG0  OMAHA- V1ICA60  KansasC'ty* CHICAGO,  "f'Xt  All ; Kinds ol' Hair 'Work  .Spei-i.it 11 y  A. .1. OKKZ,  I'l'DI'ltll-'TOK.  11  rHIRTY-NIHTH YEAR.  Vonr attention is called to tii��  ���'l'ioiiecr Limited", trains of the *'Mil-  wiiuki'u & St l'aulRuilwuy." "The only  perfect trains in the world."  You will (Ind It desirable to ride on  those tfuitirt whon-ffolutf.to any point in      the ICiiHterii   Suites  or Canada.    They  _ _-y0l c/*itL-;MTT*crr* ''l)l,l"'i;t'   w'th ���   all     TranscontlnenUil  |\||^. an<iSCIhlNllHL-|.*|'J.ai'���s. lin<i   all   Ticket    Agents   sell  ; ti(.:k<*t.M. '.'������'���;.'���,'  ;       For further Information, pamphlets,  etc, ask any Ticket Ajjont or  11.  L. FORD, II.' S, ROW!-*,  PiiflH. Apcnt, '.,        Oonera! A-f'out,  '  'SPOICANEi PORTLAND.  11-fcr  PRESS  24 Pa/cs  :   Weekly   :   Illustrated.  (NDISI ^NSABLE  .TO MINING.MEN.  $3 PER YEAR,, POSTPAID.  .HHNI) roit SAMPLE COl'V.  VUNING- Scientific PRESS |  ^50 MARKET ST.. SAH FRAHCISCO, CA1.      j  ADVERTI8E!  IN  THE PROSPECTOR.  <* ���"'. !h>
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THE PROSPECTOR, PORT S'l'EELR,  1'. C./MA.Y  11,   mcu.'
@;he Uro^ei:tot\
SATIJl!.DA V.•■'•'■ MAY 14.: 1!K>'
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I   LOCAL NEWS.  1
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- uuuuuii iiu au iiui iuiiuuiiii.il uu iiil-:-
Tlii!   government     staff     will
evacuate Fort Steele lotiay.
M.   K.   (•'minor  came up from
Mull Kiver Friday.
'I'lr re   will   a   .social   dance a I
ihe' Slratlieoiiii Fridav night.   ,
"Wm  Myi-r.-Twas up Wild Horse
i-i'f'i-k Tliui'Mlay. i
Dr. Watt   paid   a   professional
vi-.it tu ihe Mission ,Tue*-dav.
_        j     Al Doylt- arriyed here Wednes-
 iday Iroin (Vanbrook.
. North Star Lodge.
i     11. W. Uarr, Wasa, was in town
on business Saturday last.
NO. 30.
A.  F.  AND  A. M.       O.  R.  B. C.
FOIST STKKLK. II. C   '
lio-iulur un-i't'iiK-.T-l-l Tiii'-ilaj :n e-ue-ti
month at (.-lulu o'clock \"i^ititiu Hi-mln-ru arc
cordially invited. '
Kilt itiver Lodjf.   l-'i-ruii-    it-milar   iii.-«'ti:i;"s
held tirst Friday of e-.ich 1111111:11.
Sam Ctulwix, Sheep creek, .was
in low 11 Monday
M. Luiulin was down from
Wasa Thursday, and went to
t" ran brook same day on business
j was   visiting
•Cranbrook LocIkc. Cranbiuok. legulur me-i't- -. 'ivlp^,],.,.
1111,'s held on thr- third Tlmr-day of t-.K-li inont'h !
Mrs. Cha.s, Flwell. Cranbrook,
friend*-,   at   bteele
Impei:ial Bank of Canada |
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   $4,000,000 "I
,   CAPITAL (paid up) -   -    $2,983,896 .!
REST-ACCOUNT  ,   -   -   $2,036,312      , oj
He-ad    OFFio-e—Toronto. ;
T? K. -MKK1MTT. I'l-c-idcul   T). R. WILKIIO.' Vici-1'iv-. .-ind Con. M.ui.    [
Ai'lONTS    IX    OHKAT f 15U1TAIX—Lln.vil-.    Hank     i*J   l.oinliitrd   Si..    [
London. " ■        ' i '
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A Conoi-iil litinkiiio  lJn*-itii".«. Ti-.-iii-.iioit'd.
?.?•**-■*^S-"1-!«fc-'?->*?^
The
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Savings Bank" Deparlnient. — Inlerest allowed on deposil.s.
Cranbrook  Branch. j. p. M.. PINK HAM/Manager.-
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Canadian Bank ol commerce
HEAD OFFICE--TORONTO.
I'aid up Capital $8,700,000: Reserve Fund S3.000.000:
Ai/j-n-initu Rot-ouree'* Over 583,000,000 Nov. .''0th, 1903.
London Office; 00 Lombard Street, E. C.
New York Office:  IO ExchnilRc'Plncc.
And 11(1 in-anc-lies in Canada and the United Slates.
F. C. MALPAS, Manager.
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■alie*   Cranbrook Branch.
-ii.^.-.^   ,,„r^     _,    _ ■ ,-* j™^:3:^'**'t':i£-v'^r*S-'^'£*''r&'!^S^?/'^'^&
JUST    ARRIVED
A Large Assortment of Choice
'.). II i-~r.nl'  Secretary
i
John   Brown   and   John/Ewin
left on Friday for Cranbrook  on
to Fori
F.   C. ' Mai pas. . a
Rocky -Mountain  Chapter    I their way to Fording river.
XO. la. H. A. m. , ,     K    e. ' Malpas.    a   banker   of
i-'okt ATKKI.K. ii. <.'. '    . i'[-anbrook. was at  the   Imperial
Re (fill at* tm-t-tiiiir-—2nd Tttv-day in | Thursday.    . -     '
each month at eisrht o'clock'. I
i „ K.   L    T
I
Sun
Galbraith,     Indian
Sojourn in-.- (-'oiTipamnn- a.'.' cordially - .^^   ^ .^.^   Eu-jetUi Minion
'invllctl' . " '-'Tuesilttv.
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S h i rts
J.\.mi-:s llifti.oi'. .Scribe; t).
Proiessiotial.      i
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HARVEY, McCARTER &' DUNBAR
BARRISTERS'AND SOLICITORS
('RANP.UOOK.       -      l'».l'.
: Briii.-h Columbia sportsmen
are agitating for greater protection of same
Reminder is given to ' all concerned that all Free Miner's Certificates expire on May Hist.    '
■    G. W. F.'GARTtR, B.G.L.  ' ,
N<ilar;t  f'tib/ir of British   Co/innbio
• (Jolli-ol.iim nt accoii'iil- attended to.
Auditing and koi-jiinii of book*-- done
with di-ipiilcli. < 'orrr-.s-iniideui-i' -ti licit-
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C. W. l\ CAKTKI", l-'orl, Slocl-J.'IJ.C.
■ T-H'OM A S    McV I TTIE
R.L,.SV c&   CE.
Fori. Steele B.C.,
li-uii-i- S'rt-ir.i.K liiivr.i.oi'.MiiN'i' synduiatkJ^td
IHS  I.UIIlllMlllllll SI.IC-.'l,   l.Dllllllll.   KlIKlllllll.
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N. A.  WALLINGER, FORT STEELE.
'I'OST OI-'I'MCI-: HOX b.
J.'G. CUMMINGS
CIVIL    ENGINEER
Provincial    Land   Surveyor
FORT   KTI'JRl-E,   13.  C.
GEARY' &.  DOYLE.
.1. A. "Harvey and Thos Star-
bird visited the 'coal mines at
Coleman Saturday last.     "   -
Government Agent Armstrong
accompanied by Constable Liddi-
eoatt visited Cranbrook Monday.
J. F. Powers, C.P..K. agent at
Fort Steele Junction, was visiting at Fort Steeie Sunday last.
A genuine spring day is the
greatest spring fpoem in" the
language.        '
Mr. aiid Mrs.' A. L. McDermott
weio visitors at Steele Sunday
last. ■ ■'
, K. C. Miller, after iilling his
orders, has some Western Rye
Grass, Red Clover, Red Top,
Timothv and Field Peas left over
H
?WWWMMftWWWWMW^^
K E R S H AW
Served with a
silver spoon
A new Canadian process,
preserves the very best
elements of the very best
Canadian wheat.'
A. B.' Fenwick and Dave
Newell returned from a prospecting trip in the Yahk' valley
Mondav.
Those who take an   active   in
.terest  in   politics are beginning
lo   study
didates.
the'   subject   of   can-
Li'veru, Feed & - Sale Stable.
I'W't, StUL'lc  B.C
ItegtiIiu*   Daily   Siug-u   nit-eti  till
t-ftitiis at Fort Si.oolc .Junction.
SADDLK e<c  PACK  FORSIiP
1 KA.MING Ol'   III.  kl.MiS A SI'KCIAI.TY
We have received our admission tickets, for the St.. Louis
Exposition. Ticket us through
and we'll be there
Fort Steele
Diamond Jubilee
Hospital
This fnatitutiun ha- boie-ii i-ecuritly
enlarged by a new u-intr -.-.•hich is now
open for reception of pationt--.. For
terms apply to ..■'■■      . . •
J. P. Smith, Sec.   • - P'ort Steele, B.C.'.
Thos Starbird, mjinager of the
Ptarmigan mine, situate in the
Windermere district was in town
Tuesdav.
, .John Brown, Spokane, was at
Steele Tuesday. Mr. Brown
will take a prospecting outfit
into the Fording river district.
The result is Orange Meat
—the essence of a perfect,
food.  ,
sustaining
It requires no cooking" —
every particle is perfectly
digestible. It isstipplied
in germ-proof packages,
and may be served hot or
cold.
J,   HIGH WAR DEN.
T.I0NEER   MRBER .'SHOP
Everything .Strictly Fir'st 'Class.
Next door to the Prospector.
, WANTED
'    A .  man     Id     re|'irc->i;tii.     "< '.\.\*.\ ija'S
(iKHATKS'l'" .Vl'ltS'KRIKS"' in llni towii'of
■'Fort Sli-i-li- and   .-iiii-rnuiidinvf   cinmtry.
iind l.-i.lci- iii'di-i'r- I'l-i-
OUR   HARDY   SPECIALTIES
Iii   Fruit Trees.  Small   Fruits,   Ornn-
inoiit.ii.1 'Shrubs,  Rohos,  VineH
Seed  PotntooH,' '&(.-.
Sl.(i(-1< tnic li.i rijime ami fi'.-e fruiii Sap
.lose Scale.      A  |i.-i'iii,'ini-nl   posilinii    for
the rt-jhl  man on --it.li.-i- .-alary   or i-nni-
inissimi. .
Stone & Wellington
H'i.ytiiii.i, m*hsi-;iiii-:s.
I lVi-1-   ."I'll   A.'ITS
TORONTO,       ...'■.        ONTARIO
F'red Haines of the Cranbrook
Herald staff, and B. Aiken, rode
over, from Cranbrook Sunday
evening just: to gather' a few
wild (lowers. '■■''.' '■■•'■
F. C. Mai].ins, manager of the
Hank of Commerce, wasregis-
icred at the Imperial; Sunday.
Mr. Malpas nloved his ,1'ainily to
Steele, this vvet.'k. .'.'■'.
H. H. Norris. Vancouver, re-presenting tlie Canadian Bank- of
i'otrimerce, and M. Matlie'sdn,
New VVestniiiisterj'' were 'guests
;it. the Imperial Sunday.
F. ('. Malpas,   Cranbrook, will
.-.pend Sunday with his family at
Fori Steele. '
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.   MANACiKI!     U'ANTKIi
'I'riiril wort liv liuly or ^iiiilli-maii to
iniiiiii.i;(: liiiHin'c.'Js iii llii-, i-olmi.ry iind
adjoining territory foi* well and ftivor-
alily known liousi- of solid liniiiieiiil
-landiiii.''. rL'd.oii siraiirlil easli salary
and i-xjiensi-s paid i-ticli Monday by
cheek direct from lit-uili-u-irtur.-i.' Kx-
ponse money advanced. Position permanent. Address Mannc-er, SIO (.'onio
llloek, Cliiea.-.'O, Illinois.    '■ '       '
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.   I   can  fjtiiekly  sell tor (.-asli71nTlio7it
loeal   jiublieity.   your   lliisiness.    Ifea
l-'.sttile or Farlnersliip. noinaller where
loeatod.
,   Send nie lull purlieulurs, priites  &c.'.
AddressCH AS. K. 1'OVVI''.f.L. lit West
Mohawk. St.. IhilVtilo. N.V.. ,
\VANTTF.l) — SFV'-'RAI. .IN'DUSTT'.I-
(iu's persons in each state to travel for
house established eleven years and with
:i lai'H'e eupital. to eiill upon merchants
a ml agents for siicco'ssful and proiitti
line. I'eriiianenl ftiigaifeini'iii. .Weekly- cash salary of $*»M and all traveling
expenses uud hotel, bills 'advanced in
cash i-aeli week .Kxporionce Hoi, essen-
lial. Mention references , aiid enclose
self-iuldressed envelo]ie. '."TIIK' NATION A I,..'!.')'' Dearliorn St.. Uhii-aij'o.
I<\ Label le, J.Jean, Ceo.,Lake
"Forme: 10. .1. Cann, VVardner: A.
Hodgson, Marysville and .')..
Smith, Moyie, were registered
a I tlie. Slratlicoua, Friday.
I.K.'IONCl-:  AUTIIOKISIXO AN KXTKA-l'RO-
|„ VIXC'IAI, UO.MI'a'nYJTO CJAKl'V    '
,    - ox m." ixkss. .    • «
"I'UMI'.IMCT  AlJT,  lS'ir."
Each i 5C package cont;u'ns a coupon. Your grocer will tell you what they
mean—heavy silver-plated table service free—made by the same manufacturer, of the same material and in the same, manner as the silverware on
most ,of cyour tables now.    ' '
SIIMI  C.HI1-ONS  TO ,
THK    FRONTENAC    CEREAL   CO.,   Limited,   43   SCOTT   ST., TORONTO
l'-VNAI>.\ : I
J'llilVI.Vi.-K OK   llltlTISlI  (.'OI.IJ.MIIIA.    .)' "
Ni).   *.>l.
mills iSf'l'O CKKTIli-Y tluit '-'I'lm lmpi'Vliil'
i     C.'onl nml  (Joke-    Coiii]iuny,i Liutlti-tl,"    is*
autlioi'isoil nml lie'i>ii«i'il  to i-iui-.v on  luiRlue.-f.
within llu- l'l-ovini-i: of llrltish .Columbia, nud
io carry out or otfect till or nny ot' the objectspt  •
llie Coiiiininy tOHlilrh the* lcf.'i-,Iaiiveiiuiho'rIt>* ■
oi ihe- l.'.fiiskiim-e of llrltish Colimiljia exioniln
The heiul otlico nf ihfi Coufpnny is'.situate in'
the City or Monli-riil. l'roiince of Qupbcc.
,Tlio iiiiiounl of llie cupiliil of the Comimny Is
lour million   live hundred   tlioiistuiU   dollurs,
di\i(U-d into loi-ly-tlve llioiiMind slnu'-os of one'
! hundred ilollnrs eucli.
Thil Iii-iiil otlieo ol'lhe (.'oinpiuiy in ihK I'ro-
\iiu-i- is situ.-iK- ni Criuiln'ook, and .Innics* A.
lliii-wy. 1'iirii.stiir, who.si- :uiili-uss is Crunbrool;
I i.e., is tlie mtorney for ihe Company.
Llii rn inula* iny hsnd nnd .seal of oilici-at. Vie-- '
loi-iii.,I'lmiiuv ..I' Hi-itish  Coluniblti,  this fttli
day i-i" Apnl niu; ilioumind niiio'Hundred iind
four.   ' , '
[1. s.| S. Y. WOOTTOX,
liejistr^ r of Joint Stock •Companies.
The oliji-cts lor which tlicCombnuy liui been
estnhlislujil lire:—
(a'l   To carry on in all lis brunches the busi- *
iii-ss of n Coal  Minintr Company,'and for said
ptuposi-s.
(b.) To acquire'coal land.-,, mines, claims,
miniiij,' rJRhts, rifflits of way nnd other rifflits
a nil property, aud to pay for the same eithor in
money or iu lully ptiid-up shares or partly in
money or partly in such shares of the Company
ami lo sell or lease or otherwise dispose of llic.
same, oi any of ilu-m:
(e.) To work, explore, develop or maintain
tho mini's in-other minerals of ilie£C'onipany
anil ihe timbei on the Company's lands, and to
prepare tor market, sell, dispose of>nd deal iu
i-'okc. coal, petroleum, timber uiid.minerul substances, cither iu a manufactured siate or
otherwise.
(il.) , 'I'd coiisliiiet. improve nnd maintain on
Hie property ol the Company roads, hi'ldge.-,,
rescrvoil-s. " watei woiks. : ivaler. courses,
u-luiivi-H, warehouses.. riu-ime-e.s,\saivtullls, ami
other works and conveniences, eleetileal or
nilicrwisc:     '
(e ) To use sieam, uuter, electricity, air or
other power or substances as n motive power
un the purposes or ciu-ryin« on tho works and
uiiilcriiiltliiKsof the Coiiipiiny, and to sell, lease
or otherwise dispose of any surplus thereof:
(1.)    To supply mmdh, wines or inerelinndKi-   '
to the employees oi the Company or to the occupiers of any of the lands of tho Company:
((,'.) To iicipiire or curry on all or any part or
l lie business or property aud to undcrlakt- .the
the liabilities of any, person, tirm, assoeintlon >
or eoiiipany possessed ,pf property suitable for
the purposes of the Coiupany, and as' the eon-
sideratioti ror.tlie same to pay cash or; to Issue
shares, stock, or obligations of this Company:
(h.) To'make""liny arranKOiiieu't by. way of
ainiilgiinmiion with,any person, firm, or eor-
poration earryin-f on or cngiij-eil in uny business or transiiction whlcli tho Company hereby
incorporalcil  is iiulhoriKRd  to carry on or en-
.\UNKKAI. ACT.
roiiu k.
This Stkioi. is guaranteed to be e<|iial lo .I'e.sf-.op'sV'or   Firths in all
IIMto Kocic Work,
May rains were most timely,
and fairly'well distributed, adding materially to tlie value of all
the crops, and injury to none.
A.   B.    Fenwick   was at Cranbrook Friday on business.
•Souo ACilONT
SOI/K     ACIKN'I'S
-Grows Nest Goal cor-PANr
Giant Powder GomDanu.
AgenIs for
, i
Miniuij;  Supplies  a  Specialty'.
he    MASSFV    IIAlflilS, CO.,  Limited.
Fa:rx3iixig   Implements.
CI-atTII-'IOATK  OF   rMI*KO*.'KMKN'l'S.
NOTICE.
"Kmeralil".  uud.   "l.'hoeiiix"   Minora!
• ''CluillLS. . , ';
Sltuato in the I-'ort Steele Mliilti-,- Uivl.slau of
KiistlCooteiiay District.
Where located---On the St. Mary's River.
TANK NOTICK that I, A. It. Ileylmid. P.L.
S-. Kaslo, linen', for M.J. Halpin, Free Miner's
Certilicate No. H.(W.')9.r.. intend, sixty days from
the dine hori-or. to apply to the MliiliiK'l*etord-
er for a.. Certificate of Improvements for the
purpose nl olitiiinlnj.' a Crown Orant of the.
iibove elaiias.
And further lake notice that action, under
«c<:tloii :tr, must be commenced before the Issuance ol .-mcli Certilicate of Improvements.
Dated this 1th day of May, A.D. 1B04.
-u A. Ii. IIEYLAND.

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