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 Library ot Leg Asg  Vol. ,9.  FORT STBBLB, B. C, SATURDAY, NOVBMBBR 14, 1903.  No AG.  HOLD RIVER MINING  AND POWER CO.  ��� Development of Bull River Water  Power   Will be Pushed   to  Completion Next Year.  In common'��� with ol.lier dislricls  . in Southeast Koolenay, Bull  River is enjoying llio' steadily  increasing avtivily which is  noi iced everywhere in tlio district. The mines ol' Hull River  have boon known Tor years for  their many valuable properties  bolli in placer and quart/.  The Gold River Mining and  Power Company, ..with G. E.  Henderson of Beloit, Town, al,  ="*~i.h"e"iread71iiid"i)."-Sr "Guiutor,- as  superintendent, recently secured  a water right ..calling i'or 10,000  inches of water, at.Bull River in  this district. The company have  also secured by lease several  miles ot'placer jn'ouiul, and 'for  the past, four months have been  working-a> force of sixleen men  prospecting and--'developing their  property, and the headway made  during the.past-summer insures  an era of prosperity for next  year.     ,   ,   ���'  Bull river, in days past made a  tine recorcl- as ' a producer of  placer gold, and with its unsurpassed water-power, and its all-  round natural resources should  resume its former prestige as a  tine district, to operate in.  Under   Superintendent  1).   S.  fiu'inter improvements havc^con-"  ��� tinned to bump along m a   satis-  1 C  factory   manner,    since  August  ���Jllrd. L��0:-1. '   -,    .  The    following    development  v ha.s been accomplished.  A grade  ,  has  been  made to the'top of the  hill   to enable   supplies -io   be  brought   down 2.0   camp', t-"'*'This  grade  is  about   ilnO  yards-long  and   has   been   graded   down   in  .. several places to a.depth of from  six to eight feet.    l'Vonyd-he base  of   the, hill   the.., road   has  been  made frafticablo to the camp.  A cabin ;>0x:>0 has been built  t'qr t'lo accoimnodaUpii._qL.1ho  men, a cellar, (root house)."cold-  store /house, blacksmith shop,,  and other conveniences have  been constructed.  The right of way was cleared  I'or the big Ihime. for over a'mile  and the grading completed oil  the same foi- 1.300 feet. A portion of Ibis grading'was side-hill  work necessitating a very deep  cut inward with a throw-out of  over twenty feet in places'to obtain safe ground. '    ,  During the process of reducing this land to grade, lieilvy  work was encountered in many  places, by this is meant cement,  rook and roots of large trees.  Tho work1 performed, however,  has been done in a, perfectly satisfactory' manner. Had the  weather permitted further operations would have been carried  on by tin* full force. Two men  have been left in charge to carry  on certain work during the  winter.  The company contemplates  tho installation of a sawmill, and  Ihe taking out of sufficient, timber, this winter, i'or the construction of the flume next  spring. This Ihime will-be 8x12  feet, and' callable iol/' carrying  7,000 inches of water.  As .soon as flie season will  permit next/spring, work- will  he [ resumed with a, large, force  with a view of pushing the same  to a, conclusion.  Mr. C. E.,  Henderson,   Boloil,  the  success  of  the undertaking  financially.,  Al a, meeting of the directors  held on November 1st, Suporin-  lendenl (iuinter's report was  road as lo what was done in the  way of development, and the directors after hearing the report  read, and ilie comments' of .Mr.  Henderson upon the same, expressed themselves as thoroughly satisfied.  It is the intention of the company topnsh 1he power plant to  completion as soon as possible,  and when this is done Fort  Steele .and surrounding places  will certainly derive much  beuelit from it, as the company  will be then in position to supply  electric lighting and power to  whoever may need it.  WINDERMERE   MINING.  Ptarmigan Taking Out , Ore-  Pretty Girl Shipping High  Grade Ore.  IllOVKLOIMNC   THK   I'AUADISK  ST. EUGENE GETS IN SHAPE./  Will   Bo   Prepared to Ship Early  Next Spring.  Indications,look favorable  i'or  i,      ,  ihe resuming of operations at  the St. Eugene mine early next  spring. A small , force of men.  have been at work for several  weeks'repairing the concentrator  building an additional engine  room-and puttingup the gallows  frame over-the shaft at, the No. 1  tunnel. Those men will probably be kept on all winter doing  generallepair work around the  mill and the'mine, and will have  everything in ship shape early  in the spring. By that time the  Trail smelter will,have completed , ils work of enlarging its  plant and will begin a position to  make a contract sufficiently long  Io satisfy the St. Eugene people.  Now., a-six months' contract is  ���l he 'best the St. Rugene company  can make., and il wants at least a  year's contract for . their output  before it will slant a wheel. ���  Moyie Leader.*  Windermere. Nov. 10.���Tho  Paradise mine will ship no ore  this winter, but will push development work and block out ore  to be handled next spring by the  Irani way now trader construction. A sawmill has been pur-  chased by the company lo got  out timber I'or the Iramway-nnd  ore bins.  AT  TIIIO  PTAHMrOAN.  c  Tho Ptarmigan Mining Com;  pany continues, to develop its  property and open up bodies of  ore by aid of machine drills.  The aerial tramway is giving  good satisfaction in bringing the  ore'from the iiv.ne to the concentrator site. . ,   *  The Pretty Girl mine is  shipping some .high-grade ore.  - The Black Diamond   on  Toby  creek has about'200 tons  of ore  ready for^iiipment.  Spokane, where hi? does literary  work. Although over 7o years  of age Mr., Galbraith is a very  active man and repudiates the  idea that he is <growing old. He  has been shaking hands with old  friends and renewingold acquaintances. ITe is stopping with his  sisler Mrs. Clark.  DISTRICT   NEWS   NOTES.  Killed-in the Mine���Anested for  ���    Carrying  Matches ��� Manager  Tonkin Leaves the Coal Co.  Racing at the Coast.  ��� Oakland, Cal.. Nov, 13.-Tho  winter meeting of the New .California .loclccy Club, will'open tomorrow. Indications points to a  successful season.' and the officials at the track are pleased  at the prospects. Several carloads of horses have, arrived  this week from various parts of  the country,-and the officials declare there,will be, no lack of  material with which to fill the  races. The city, already is beginning to fill with horsemen  and turf, followers.  CANADIAN LEAD ORES.  Products Prom Dominion Minerals  , to,Come in Duty Free.  Items From Gateway.  Mining Notes.  Before the lirst of the year it  is quite probable the Granby  mines will' commence paying  quarterly dividends. The first  one will amount to SKi:">,0OO.  A party composed of members  of the American , Smelting and  .Refining Company headed by B.  M. Guggenheim of New York,  are now on their way to British  Columbia. It is stated that their  mission is to examine into the  feasibility of a largo, load smelter  I'or li,. C. ores.  Pernio and Michel mines are  blocked with coal and coke  which cannot be shipped owing  lo C. P. R. shortage of cars.  .1. L. Retail nek contradicts tho  report that tho smelters are  raising freight and treatment  rates.  Two new smelters have been  blown iu, in Ihe Granby smelter,  making six in all now working.  It is expected that two large  zinc separating plants will be  erected at convenient points in  tho Slocan during the summer  of 11)04.  Southeast.Kootenay is certainly the greatest: mining district in  British Columbia, and has the  brightest future before if.  New Submarine Station.  LongBeach, L. L, which if is  reported that the United States  Government is thinking of purchasing for a submarine station  is (lone   of   the .prettiest   spots  A new post office has been  created at. Gateway.. 'Mrs. .'J.  Gordon 1ms been appoinicd postmistress. '        a  The Provincial government  has decided to appoint a constable at, Gateway.  Regular daily trains  are  now  running over the Jennings branch  of the Croat Northern railway.  ��� .   "  Government Agent ArnVstrong  was  at Gateway   Thursday   on  official business. , -    J  1 Twelve Chinamen who were,,  rounded up near Gateway several weeks ago, and ordered deported to China, have been taken  to Tacoma.i and will be sent, direct from that place to the  Flowery Kingdom.  An order in council' has been  passed permitting the entry into'  Canada free ol" duty, of orange  mineral, dry white lead and red  load, made from' lead produced  from Canadian ores. In the refining process the substances  mentioned are extracted, and if  i.s felt'only proper that.Canadian  products of this1 kind should be  allowed lo'como into the country  again free, as there is no refinery  in the Dominion.    -  Tuesday a rope rider in the  Morrissey mines was killed by  being crushed by the coal cars  on which he was riding.  , Tuesday a workman was fatally injured by falling llti feet off  the trestle work connecting' the  coal bins and the ovens.  Seven underground men have  been, arrested on a, charge' of  carrying matches in the 'mines  As1 the ignition of a match in the  workings is almost certain to result in an explosion of gas with  consequent great loss*of life,  this is a very serious offence.  The announcement, was made  Wednesday that J. H.' Tonkin  has severed his connection with  the Crow's Nest Coal Company  of which ,ho was manager. * G.,  G. S. Lindsey, of Toronto,. one  of the' directors of the company  is  now  at Fernie  and   tempor-  tbe tons of dirt and  refuse' that  are being dumped into the water  daily by scores of scows,   is   not  pleasing to The shipping people  and residents of New Yorlc.     In  the' path   of   vessels   within  uA  radius of three-fourths of a mile,  southeast and east of  the Sandy  Hook Lighthouse, there are now  only   six   to   seven   fathoms   of  water, where  there  used   to  be  eleven, twelve and sixteen   fathoms  as  marked   on   the  United  States charts.     The Supervisor  of the New York harbor, at   the  suggestion of the Pilot Commissioners, is making  an investigation of the matter.  ASSOCIATED BOARDS OF TRADE.  Will Be Held. At Rossland,  Wed  nesday, December 2nd.  arily in charge of affairs.  New Naval Dry Dock.  At the Brooklyn Navy Yard  and within the next few months  a remarkable change in the appearance and efficiency of the  yard will be noticed. Among  the improvements will be a new  drydock which will cost ��l,l'0O,-  000 and which is expected to be  the , largest and best equipped  drydock in the country for repairing battleships. Although  the improvements will make possible tho more rapid construction  of ships and greatly facilitate  repair work, the fad remains  that the area of the yard * is entirely too limited for the grow  ing needs of the navy.  News Notes.  A Pioneer Of Pioneers.  Iowa, president of the.-.company' around Ni-w York.    Il has many  paid it visit to the workings this.  su miner  and  expressed   himself  as much pleased with the  development going on, and   also   that  he  had   absolute   coutitleuce  in  natural advantages, being  locat  ed   on   Gardiner's    Bay     where  every    year   the   warships   are  stationed.   I'or   practice.       If   is  about three miles ib. length.    |  Mr. .!. H. Galbraith, of Spokane, Wash., arrived at Fort  Steele on Monday last on a visit,  to relatives bore.  Mr. Calbraith is an old pioneer  of the district having joined his  brother in 16(54,the year that gold  was discovered on Wild Horse  creek, lie lived in the Koote-  nays for many years, and was  identified with.the history and  progress of the country, in the  'fifties'he was in California, in  the sixties in Orcgon/'ldaho and  Montana, and was merchandising  and mining in their principal  camps. In the year 1670, he  visited and explored the Edmonton and Peace river districts,  returning to the Kootenay in  1671., Shortly afterward Mi-.  Galbraith accepted an important  position with the Northern Pacific R. R., and remained willi  the. company for a number of  years,    lie   is   now  The Japanese premier says  the situation is critical,, and it is  hard to restrain the people who,  are eager to battle with 'Russia.  'The Granby smelter will bo  enlarged to' treat ."i.OOO ions of  ore daily.  The ��� Columbian government  will receive no , consideration  from Germany, whose interests  are not. very largo.  The United States government  will not allow the Columbian  government to take troops' from  Bucna Ventura to the isthmus.  If is said' that King Edward  has approved tho engagement of  Prince' Alexander of Teck to  Princess Alice of Albany.  The superannuation of Judge  Walkem was approved at the  meeting of the cabinet council  Monday.  Russia will not declare war  against Japan under any. condition.  The pulp mill at Sault Ste.  .Mario resumed operations Wednesday Nov. 11th with one hundred and ton men at work.  Labor 1 roubles in Montana  are now over, tlio Amalgamated  Copper Go's men return to work-  Matters Political-  Joe Martin's friends at, Vancouver are trying to resurrect  ���'Joe" from his political grave,  and if he can ,secure the party  nomination will be in the field to  oppose the return of Hon.  Charles/Wilson.  ,. The necessary legal papers  have gone to Victoria protesting  against, the return of .). R.  Brown, member.elect for Greenwood.   , ,   ' ,    o       ���    i  "In the interests of the Liberal  party Joe Martin declined the  nomination to contest the bye-  election next Wednesday, necessitated by the acceptance of the  Attorney-generalship by Hon.'  Charles Wilson:" Captain Duff  Stuart was subsequently nominated.          Silver-lead Quotations.  .Vow York.  .Vov. IS:  Hai-Silvur   Mexican dollars   Load .t   Copper   Spelter   London,   Nov.   1:1.���Silver,  The sixth   annual   convention  i   t.  of   the   Associated    Boards - of  Trade of Eastern British Columbia, will   meet    in   Rossland on  Wednesday,  December^Sn'd, 1908.  at 10 o'clock a. m.   -     , '  .   The boards entitled to be rep-,  resented ^at   this    meeting ��� are'  those of Nelson, Kaslo, Rossland  Moyie, Fort Steele, Grand Porks  Cascade, Revelstoke, Cranbrook,  Trail, Greenwood, Phoenix, Vernon, Fernie. and Kainloops, and  any other Board of Trade within  the districts of Kootenay.    Yale  and>Cariboo that has been registered under the Dominion Boards  of Trade Act, may'make' application for membership.,  Resolutions proposed for dis-'  cussion  at   tiie Convention must  be  in the hands of the secretary  at least twenty days'prior'to the  date of the meeting.  gard   to' trans|>oriation   will   be  made, and announced later.  In the temporary absence from  the province of the secretary  (Mr. Jackson) all communications  in regard to this meeting may be  sent to the President.  G. O. Buchanan, of Kaslo.  The usual arrangements in re-  Carpets to Be Higher.  384  44}  4..->0  111.?.")  .").!)(1  7   13d:  copper   ��5!l  L'-i   (id:  '.pcltcr. t'2I    -.   (I.  lead.    ��11 l.<    M:  Market Conditions.  St. John's Church ot England.  in  near  Services will be held in the  Church of St. John, ihe Divine  every Sunday evening at 7:!i0 except on the ihird Sunday in each  month when the service will, be  held   at -11   o'clock   a.m.     ^   ���*'  ������Holy 'Communion \V.ill be administered at, the close of the  service.. '���        .''���''     ' ���  '    ,  Strangers .are welcome. .  I'lilOSHVTISlilAN   CHURCH.  ' Divine Worship   will   bo  hold  in     the     Presbyterian".   Church  every   Sabbath    morning, at    11  o'clock".  Sabbath School every Sunday  at lial f past two o'clock.  Choir   practice   every   Thursday evening at, 7:H0 o'clock".  ��� Pastor:   .T. 'McCoUD  Copper was firm at about i-'l  higher in London. r  At New York copper was  quiet.  Lead was steady at New York  but declined Is 3d in London.  Election Protests.  Victoria, Nov. li!���Three more  protests have been tiled with the  registrar here, viz, against Dr.  King of Cranbroolc: Brown of  Greenwood: and Tanner of  Saanich. The previous protests  were: Victoria, ���{, ISsquimalt.  Kamloops and Revelstoke, or  ton in all.  Chinese Must Quit Mines.  Vancouver, ���., Nov. 12.���"The  Chinese must got out'of tho coal  mines." That i.s the-'ultimatum  of the government to the 'Duns-  muir collieries.. Premier and  Minister of Minos, McBride has  again decided to make "an energetic attempt, to stop the coal  companies employing Chinamen  under ground, they being considered unsafe workmen.  New York Harbor Channels.  New York, Nov. 13.���Because  of the high price of wool and its  scarcity, both''in this country  and abroad, the carpet manufacturers declare a general advance  in pricesJ.s.absolutely necessary.  The advance is likely to affect  chiefly the higher grades of carpets, amounting'probably to ten  cents on Wiltons and high-grade  on  velvets,  Brussels.  and     five   cents  Local News.  Gus Theis returned from Perry  creek Thursday.  Andy  Baxter  came   up   from  Little Bull river Thursday.  Colonel  and  Mrs.   Henderson  were in town Wednesday.  Jack Stannart   was  the ranch Wednesday.  up   from  A. W. McVittie. P.L.S., Cranbrook, was at Steele Thursday,  having business at the government office.  Geary * Doyle sent three  teams:-to Prank. Albt., Wednesday.'. '     Y.''  Mr. Machin. representing the  Bonnet Fuse Co., was at Steele  Tuesday.  Tho discovery that the channels in New Yorlc harbor are being slowly but surely blocked by  II. B. Durrani, a Perry  mining    man.    was     at  Friday.'  creek-  .Steefle1  ���'���K. Harper,  Port   Hill,   Idaho,  was at the Imperial   Friday.  Mr. Matthews,, representing  Matthew Tower & Co., Montreal  was interviewing Steele merchants Tuesday.  A surveying outfit left Steele  for Tracy creek Friday.  (', THE PROSPECTOR   FORT STEELE,   B.C.,  NOVEMBER  I-I  V..'()ii.  ��lj�� tyxO&pZKt&TC.  A  Direct Xine.  csTAiti.isnr.D   iw,n  A..  13. Grace,  PUBM'SHHK.   AND    KOITOii.  THE PROSPECTOR, is published  every Saturday, '-iiiitl bus a guiii'iiiitced  circulation turgor ihun any other paper  I n, Ku'st TCbotiSiiu-yrins' all. lioine~lf firrcti  ninl contains double the news of any  nh'isi- paper in the district  As  an   advertising   iiu-dji.ui   ii.,-.ym,  excelled.  Devoted -o the upbuilding ol fori-Steele,   the  development at the vast' mineral "resources , of.  ���he East Kootenay minim? district.  Subscription!. .      ��.' 00 per \cir  AiHn using rates, uiurte knoun on .ipplh ulon  Contributions are'solicited from all parts of the  district, but all matter intended for publication  must liuve the writer's signature.  ��Jj�� $JVO*p��JCtOV.  SATUKDAV, NOV    11  "(l.  IP Southeast Kootenay is not  the scene of great mining  activity within the. next two  years we are sadly mistaken.  We have repeatedly slated that  nowhere in the Province i-s there  such a variety ol minerals, and  u-, development proceeds on the  \arious claims the ore bodies  <rive evidence of permanency  The man who stays with South-  -"PuSi-- nrootenay wm-ut; "in "^IrTG"  swim.  Joe Martin has declined to  run against Chas Wilson, the  newly appointed Attorney-General. However, he is still at  Vancouver, and hi.s name }>pliti-  cally i.s ���'Dennis",  To {���'liicii^fi and nil point-, cast: Luu.it>-  ullo, Memphis. New Hi leans, and all  lioltlls i-.OU.tll  :->w that \oui- ik'kot leads via the  ILLINOIS CKNTKAL IIP. TIjoi-  <m>jlil.\ iiioili'i ii liaiiis (-(iiiiicci with all  li aiisi-oiitini'iital Iiik--. .ti Si Paul and  < inialia.  K \oiu ft n-iiils iii'i* coming *\<"->t U-1,  i s know and uc will quote them direct  llie s|M'ciall\- low rates now m etlVcI  Iiom .ill eauUiti points  Am luforuuiiou as to rated, routes.  etc . eheeiiulh given on application  T t  J   C   LlN"DSE\, T V   >S P.A  Wl Thud St . Portland. Oregon.  H  H Tku.multll, Commercial Agent  142 Thud Si., Poithirul, Oregon.  P \i Thomi'Sov. P & P. a , Koom  1. I'oliu.ui Bid".. Seattle. Wash.  Would  You?  If you knew positively that  you could purchase * Diamond of g-uaruiitecd quality  at a great saving- in price,  would you invent .-*  That i> precisely what we  offer in our No. 947 Solitaire  _Djumond RiogY No7 916  shown here.  NOTICE.  Nome it, heiebj givon thai ��t, the undct  iiifued, thirty da\stiftei datelntciid to appK to  the Chief Comnilhslonot of L.uidh und Woiks  ill Victoria foi .1 HceiHi' to piusped foi Co,i|  mm i-oiroieuin ou tlio follow Ing <U-t,c�� il>e<l  landi, situate, in SiiiiilieaM   KootcnKy,   HtliiHh  Columbia.  1       COIIIIIICIK IllR HI 11 post IllMllU'll III,,,1,1  (.|(rl,|  iiiIIcm tan lli of the Flathead Klu'i, 0110 mile  wist of the Jilnition of iliclnikscf ,( uoilheni  iilhuluiyoi ihe riniliead onctnllo uiiitli, and  joining the Hm u it xioup on the ninth, and  Hiisi of the south folk ol the noi Hi fori, n|  Mitliel 1'ieiiL .tlioui li. mill-, east of tli^ town  of l.'oinle, 011 IjIoi k. n'M, 11 nd in, miu-s H0.,toi  tbcuatoishedof the llockj .Mouaianih, boiuK  the lulflal pos.1 of John Tullle's uluiiu, theuct?  iOUthSOohaliia, the/ice ttest SO eliuint thence  uoj th SO etiilu:, thence east SO chains 10 place  of beginning containing (>40 acres  JOHN* TUTTLK    Locuioi  .*.. L  -vudei^on Agent  Dated Oct. Kith, 1H03.  NOTICE.  Notice is iRicby giieii that, we the mid, 1-  Mgncd, thiilvdaya nfterdafc intend to .i],j>l\  to theChi, fComiiiishionei of L.iiidsiuid Woihs  al Mcloii.i /oi h licei'.so to j)ios|il( 1101 Conl  and l'etrolcum on tin follow niK dosinlxd  land-, slid it< In .South, isl Koolon,i\ Mini-1,  1 oiiimbi.i  I     loiiiin, iu iiik    ��t .1   ]n,m plnnlcd     il,,,nl  fooiticu  miles  11,mil   of  the   ri.itliead Km 1  mid <���, \i 11 iiiiks   not tli   ol   tin    11,11 Id ti  KHinp,  ninl uisiof tin south toil, ol lln   no1II, kill, ,,l  Mil In I , 1, el,   011 Hid, h 1 ,|i 1   iboiti lit mil, s 1.1s'  ol the ioiwi ���r IV111I1... .1,1,1   In(!  mil, n   h,.m. ol  the H.ueislii ,1 (if the  |(,,(.K(   Wutftuins    l���.|n,'  ihu   in 11ml   iiosi   of    l(ol)(n   Moinlls   tliiiin, 1  ihitiee soiitii HOtliuliis  lining  i.isl hUi-liiiins   I  thtnii notth *ich��Lii-,  ihenie ��esihO chains to  point 01 tomuitrti tuieut  1 uat.tlulin{t>iuii(.ies  ROMl-KT MOKU1L1-   Loiitf-I  A    L   Allilci'lill   Agi III  IMIfd (), I   loth, pim  of  .* CoimiiuneitiKUiii post Lcihk tho iinilHlpo��t  ^11111 Phim > 1 IkIiu und ftdj.u'ent to inntli-  cilsI coiiiei of John Tuttle s cIkiiii thence *outh  ���(uehHlas, theme east K0 elm Ins, thence noi th  so, Imlns. thi-nn west -<0 chains to the pi ne nf  bcKiunliiK nun 1 nim; i>HI tines  ^\M   I'L\ NX  ( \   I.   An,lei  D.itdl O, I    Il.tli   I'KU  l.iietiloi  on    \K,.|n  '.'      ( l,llllll, IK. 1 lit* III ,1   .HiSl [.l.lll 11 d lllljil, 1 III I"  the noilluu ,1 loinci ol Itiil.i 1 [ Mot 1 111 s 1 la 1111,  l.i'ini: Ih, Initial jio-, 1 ui ('Iiiul, s Mi Oii'ii s  (hum tin 11, e south So , l.iilns, tin in 1 ��<sls(J  chains, Ihem , 11,11 III s(l 1 h tins lln 111 < 1 iimi Ml  , lull lis lo pi 1I111 ol 1 oiiiiiii 11, ,'iu, ui , (nil 1111I11 '  ,. IP .1111s  NOTICE.  Nonce lsheielij i��i\en lli.it thnM dm* .tftci  ditte 1 Intent tn .ippl* to the Chiif Commission  li ol I.amis .mil WoiL- mil tin ls~isi nil ( 0111  missionei of L.inils ,111,1 W01 Us foi the  Iils'int ot K.isl Kooleunv lot 1 liinisi to  piospti 1 foi coil ami p, li oleum on Ihe foilou-  111)-ilesttlbetl l.md situ,ill In ih, '-miiiiIkmsii 111  poilioii of 11 isl ICootcii.i*. 1)1,tin I Mulish (o  lumhlii  Coium, in Imr at 11 post pi ml, ,1 oil the  Kiuhi, null iilimit ihn, milts uoiihul tin  lull nialloniil II,,1111.1,11 \ Iiik mil Im, miles  west ol the !���'lathe,ui l(h< 1 lu'ii,.; 111111.1l post  .ulj 11, ut to Ih, soulhwis, on in 1 01 I'iiiM  I'liuiiiiius' 1 hilm, lln uie suiilli su, I1.11 us tin u, <���  u-,-Kl SO ,-liuiii- thi in e 1101 111 su 1 hums Iheu,,  cast su (.lull,is to the plu, e ot b, ,;1 lining and  contaluluif 6IU a, u-s 1  Anna K  MIIIkuhI  l-ocator  .lames l''lsh,.i   A"nii  Datedlllh diiy of October. l��(W. I,.  f^^:  i>     in    the   Kootenay  abundant     unimproved j  '     There  Valley'  hinds suitable for ii^ricultimil  ])iu-pos,es. Fruit grows in abundance,   and   :he   immense   local  'iiutrlfol is the loadstone; that will  attract,   agriculturists   for   many  , year.s to come.  * t    f-  The election i.s over and the  _ cabinet appoinLineut.s made, and  on the ^Glh of this moiith the  McBride government will be  geMing there with both 1'e'er, and  a stable government -will be  assured.  ��*���,��*    *  11. is evident, that the   McHrido  government will not be  blighted  by Iho opposition frost now  pre  vailing in this province.  * ��    *  Surveys of the country, north  and south of Fort, Steele, have  shown that there are large areas  of good agricultural and grazing  lands in the Kootenay valley!  All that Ihe country requires to  open it up, is a railway north  and south, and it will then prove  to be one of the best agricultural  as   well   as   mineral  sections of  rric��; hm. o  Or4ir by m��,l. _ If ex. receipt it io��s  ami fully saC7#f, vou, \��ur moac  will   be   refuitJe^   without   qucsbou.  49 years of honorable dealing-  ipeak for^ the reliability of  our house, "Diamond Hall."  Write for our new catalogue.  Ready Nov.  15th.  EYRIE BROS.  '     JEWELERS  118.  IiO.  1^2 * nil 124  yoiijc Shi Toronto  ! I'lmiineiiiliii; 111 1 post Ikhiik Lite Initial  post 01 A 1 l.ooiiiis 11 ihn 1111,1 ttdj teem to  the sniilhw ��si em nu of ileo A T1111I, siltilin  them c aoith so, h mis theuee lU'st su ih.ilus  thi in ,��� south spi h.nns tlii'im east su , h tins in  pi iu  of In k) nil iiik, ion tin IlllIK lUll Hell's  ���      (        11    LOOM is   Loutloi  \   I.    \u,leisuii    ���.������(���in  n.ued 1K1 p>th mc  1 Coniiiieiieinir at ti [Kist beini; the inliial  post of deo A i'lilili1 s el-ilin and .uljueii (o  tin." souiho.iNi loinei of r J l.oouns clalui  lliciu.0 noitli *��li huliis ibeiKo t.isi so iluilns  tlience sottlli Stieli.tlii'., theuee hdsi N) ( hams  ... Jri.iC, ���/D/rt.'tittiiiKii'iiiaitHtig MO iicii's  OKO. A   TUTTI.U, l.oc.itoi-  A. L. All,lei sou, Afjcnt  O.Ued 0('lr lllth, !���>,��. ' 4.-,  Hated del  CIIAIO.MS  \   I  null   I'm:  Mcoi'llltK  ,\i,,l,.|'si,n  l.oi'iit, ,r  \l-< ni  'I Coinm> 111 iiik 111 .1 posi pi nihil i,lji,,nl  io ill,' IIOIllllMsl 10111, 1 ul Koheit \liuilll-.  , In! in, I,emu lln 11111 lu I |uis| ,,| h'uliei 1 in, li.nds  > hum ilium e ,101 th su , h.ilns llieuie , iist "Ml  1 hums ilieiu e soiilh su 1 halus ilnme nisi *w  iluilns to ptiiiit ol , otiitucM .iniiil 1 0111 iluini.'  t.lii iiei 1 s  KOItMKT iilOII'AKDS. I.oealoi  \   I.  Ainleisou    \Ke111  Hated Oi (   li.lh   1'MU  NOTICE.  ' Nome is hcii'b) ",'moii ihat, ��e, the timlur  *Ipned, iturt\ iIhVs Hfter dtue,micuit to apply  to the Chief (.'oiiimisKlotiei ol Lauils and Woiks  .it Victoria foi a licenses to prospect nir Coal  and l'eiioleum on ihe tollo��iiii,r ilescubed  Kinds situate in South Kast ICoou'ntiy., Ilntisli  Columbia. .  1. I'omineiieiui; at a pout planted about ten  miles noi th ol the Flathead Kiver and three  miles mirth of the HacUett gioup, and we.st of  the south foik ot the north roiU of Michel cieek  and  about sivteen  miles east of llit-'ionn 01  I l oinuieiK \1\1r ,{[ tl |)llsl piinnd ndjiuinl  lo li Uli hauls "outhv.est toiin 1 buniK (In 111  ltl.il post of Uobci 1 1. It, aid's 1 la 1111 Uieiice  am Ih Ml 1 hauls, Ihem e ��i si so ihains Hit 111 ,���  south M) ���'l��iiiis.~lli<rii( e", .isl Sd clniiiis 10 point  of commencement, coulaiiiiiij.; (lid acics.  UOIiKIlT I.. IIIOAKI). I.oc.Uor  A   I. Anderson, Agent  '   Daluil Ocl. li.lh, UK).!. I.-,  < NOTICE.  Witlce Is TicicIh .'Ueii tit il lliuu dn\s iilli'i  llllel llllelld lo.ipplv KM III ( Illef Oouilillssloil  1 1 ot l.amls ami Win I... nml 111, Assist ml C0111-  uiisslouci ol I. in,Is ami Woiks I,,, ihe  I'islilcl of llust ICoolciiai loi 11 lu, use 10  pi'osp, 1 t loi ( oul and pi lioleuin 011 th, tolloit-  lii|.'des, rilicd Inn,I situate in Ihe southeast, 1 u  p.,1 linn of I'nsl K'ouii un\ Hisfiicl MilLfs.li Co  lumhlii'  ('oiiiiiii iu liif ul 1 post phtnled ou Oniies  ,.-i-i.-i'k linn- miles iioi'ih of Ihe lulci'iialloiial  lloiindarv lln, an I lc.111 and a hall inllis ucsl  of tin, l.'huhciiil ihei, In ilijf Ihe inlliit! posi ,id  jaieiil to III,: 11,11 ill wet ini m 1 of l.'iiun Is J  I 'I n ll( ,1111 '-. c Infill llicuic 1101U1 **(! , hams,  tin me cast Su (huliis th, i,(e smith su i hams  I htm c utst su , ha Ins l>> Hie pla< e ol hciriniiliif,'  and conliiltiiiii,' Din acies  Charles 11. Winch, l.ociitoi  .1   l-'icd Kill hie, A���rciiL  Dated 10th dm of Ouobei   OKI I ^ ��     11,  .:.'' -���'     a NOTICE. 7      ,- ���'-. . 7. ';  ��� y.Volice is hereby (,'lven that thirty days al'lei-  diile   I  tiiteiul  to apply   lo the Chief (',,minis  sliiner of hull,Is and \\'orl;s und   the  Assistniii  Couiinissiotier of   I.amis and    Works   foi" II,,'-  District of'Kiisl Kooteiuiy for a license to prospect, for coal and   pelrOl..inn, on , the  following  de.scrihcd Ian.I situate iu Ihe south,.',',si,;rn pur-.-'  (ion ofilu; Kiisf lyooteiuiy -nistricl. ISrifisli (.���,,-  'Iiiiuhia:- -       - ',  .Ooiiiineiiclniial. a post'plnnlcd ,,11 Ilie KHchie"  trail.ul,out tliriii! miles 'north   of  (lie   Intermi..  1,1,,mil Hi iu Hilary'lim; mid two miles wcsl of. 1 lie  l.'hifhead Itivar, iTeiiut the lullial posi ii'iljiicenl  lo Ilie soulhwcsl. coi'ilei' pi   l.'re.'l   (J., t ^unmiiis'.  claim. IhciiccMoulli 'sii eliViiiis/. thence   ,',-isl.' SU./  i-liiiiiis. Uieiice noi'lli Ml cliains,, I heiicii- ivesi'-.S,,! '  chnliifj- u,  the   plai.',.' of butfiiiiilii^uiid coiilaln-  ing.'G40 acres.., ,' ��� ,'  ";���' 'iyy^y-iy:.:' / "   -7',- ���'  :,.,.'- .' .Kdvykl-dJ. DyeiyLociiior  : '- /     ','���';' . ...���?���" -, .;,���'���    > .y J limes'; Kisher. Aj/cnl y    ,  Haled llth day of Oclober. lUlW.       * ".������."'.'���Iii.''- ,.'  NOTICE.  Notice Is iii'iebi !ft\i-n thnl, rtc. the under,  signed, thiilj ilms aitei date intend touppl>  to theChlci Commissi,niei of Lands mid Work.s  at Victoria tot .1 liccii",' to prospect 101 Coal on  the lollowing ilusiilbed lands situate on Ford  liiff Riiei 111 Sotulu.ist Kooteinii, lirltish Co-  lunibui '  1 Couiincui'iut,' .11 h post planted six miles  1101 (learnt one uiile west 01 noilheas! (oiiiei ol  Lot loss baiuir the iiiitlul post of John Marlins  fialia, ihem c vies! 30 chains, thence north 80  uhaliis, tlmncc est su chain, tlience south SO  chains to phiLu of Ijeifinniat; loiiuitilui; A40  ,t, ics. ,  '        "   , .IOII.V MAIi'l'LV   Locaioi  D.'itod Oi t  2-iml, laoj  ���1. Coiiiiiieiii'iia; iu a pusl planted loin miles  iioith and two miles H-e~t m the uouheiisl , oilier ol Lot Os^, beliiK the lullial po ,1 ol Joe  'r.ieii'i.iusei s ,'l ti'ii 1 hence wist "-p 11, .ins.  Ihencc 1101th so , hauls, ihcncc cast SO chains,  then, C. south hU chain- to the place 01 heKlnnini;  , oniaiiiiiu! iilOacics  .loi: 'I'AILVII \ lJ.-~.mt. Locator  Dated Oct -L'ni'   1"0I.  Penile  In Hloek -1VI.1, and Ihe miles ��e.st ol tho  watcished ot the Kocky   Mountains    being the  Initial   post  ot   K   Hatnncisler's claim. Uieiice  south SO chains, llienic east SO chains   thence  not tli   Su chains   thence ivcstSU chains   to the  point of < ointneuceiiK'iii  contuiiilnff Wll acics  LDWAKII IIAU.MKI.STKK, Locaioi  A   L. Anderson'AkCiiI  Dated OcUlrtlh, IWW.  o  ���*. CommeneiiiB al a post planted adjacent  to the northwest coinoi 01 Kdwuid llajuilstet's  claim, being the Initial posi of Wm. K. Dlften-  backor's claim, thence south SO chains, thonce  west SOohalus, thence 1101 ih 80 cl'aliis thence  iiast HO ehttlus to point of, coininoncoment, con  talninu iJlffacrc-s. "  WM. P  IHF'PICNUACKKR, Locator  A. L' Andeison, Auetil  Dated Oct   loth, I90'l  NOTICE.  Nonce Is lieieby h'tven   Unit,  we,  the  iindci-  sigucil, tint tj days aftei date inicud, 10 a|,pl\  to thi'Chiul Couinilssiouci- of Lands and W01 ks  at ViLtoii.i toi a license to piospecl foi coal and  pctioloum on   the  following dcsciibcd' lauds  situate in Southeast Ivootcnuy, lliitish  Columbia -1  I.    CoiniiiuiieiiiK ill   a   posi    planted  sitletn  miles   n,n ih  of  the   l.'lailicad   Unci, anil nine  miles north 01 the llaekett jfroup and   west 01  the south  101 k  of the.  noitli   link   01   .Michel  'creek, on lllock -i.vi.l, about hi miles casi  01 ihe  I0i\n  ol   I'ernie, and  tiie  miles   west   01   the  wateishcd ol the Kooky  Moii'iuiii-,  beuic; the  Imlial   post   01 J    11    Moselv's claim, thence  south so (bains, thence west so chains,  thence  noi Ih SO chains, tlience east SO chains  lo, the  phue ol hcifliiiiiiiK. coulailiinglilllaeics  .1   I*   .MO.SKL*,'. Locaioi  A. L. Anderson. A(,reiil  Dalcd Oct   li.lh   IUi��. <  i Coininonciuif at a posi plumed adjacent  to the noithuasl coiner 01 .1. li Moseiy's 1 liiim  beinif the initial post of W. K. S. Coyne's claim  thence south fed chains, thence east 80 chains,  Ihence 1101 th HO chains, thence wesi SO chains  to the place ol biKiniilng and , onlnlniliu tilO  acres e   W. 10  S. COVN10, Locaioi  ' A. L   Ainleisou   Agiiiil  I in led Oct   lllth. KW.'i  NOTICE:.  NotK c Is heicln kiii'ii 1l1.1t thlin days aftei  dale 1 intend loapply (o IheChfefCommission  ei of Lands and Woil.s and the Assisi.im Com  missionei of I.h.kIs and Woiks lo: Ilie  DNtiiit of lOast ICootcn.i*. foi .1 Lieenic to  piospci I loi Coal and I'eliolcuin on Ihe lolldw-  uiK destiilied latiil siiiiiile in ihe souiliciisiein  poiLion of llasl ICootuuiu Disliu I linlish Columbia  Comnieiieiiif,' at a posi on Oi.i\e s cieek about  four miles north ofrthc Intornalional|{oiinilai.\  line and four and a half miles west of the l.'lai-  head Unci, beine. the initial post adj.ic, nt lo  the nbrlhwesl coi nu ot l'i am is.I Kiniiiaiie s  claim, thence noitli SOihalus lIicikc west so  chains, thence soulh si) ( h.ilns llieuie casl so  chains to the plan or l.ei;iiii]iiit,- and (Onlain  uiU UK) Hues Ausiln C01 bin   Loc.iloi  J   Tied lliti Ilie    V.'cnt  Dated lOlb d.t\ of Oi tobci    I'llll 10  NOTICE.  Voili c is liet,'l'\ uiii 11 th 11 Dili 1 \ ,1 i\s .nun  I.1I1 I intend |,, ipph I,, ill. 1 In, I Coinmis-  i,,n,i ol I. mils iinl Woiks an,! til, Assist int  Commissi,in, 1 ul I,,nils mil Woiks foi III,  Dlsti u t of Last Kool, 11 t\ I hi 1 In , use to pio,  peel lot ,0,1) and p,tioleuiii ou Ih, follounie/  ,t,-s,tilail laud sllllite 011 Ihe I nlel linlloilii I  liiiiiudaM Ilia- 1,1,1 liuitt lieini 1 n Lut OS'iand  lln l!C S11111I11 111 l(, s, 1 \( in ilu soiiilii iisici 11  poillou 01 11 isl Kooli 11 i\ Disliu L ilnlishCo  luiiiliia  I'oiniucn, inu ,11 a post plaulid 011 Hi, lulci  national lioiindai \ lim iI.hiii 1,-11 mil.s \\isi  of the ri.ltlu.iul U'nei... beiii(, the liullal post  lUlj.uinl 10 ihe soiiilu isi itniiei ol l'i,ml,  (Ii.ims 1 ,'Uiu th, ntc 11011I1 sii|)ini|S iinuic  ciisis'ihalus tin u< c soiiih "i ih.i'ns thin,,  ui'si sli , h.ilns lo Ilie piaii ol In ^'.uiiiii/ 111,1  cout mil UK old .ten s  Tied Mason   Loi aioi  .1   l.'i el Km lne   \k> ul  Dalcd "nil dii\ of Octohei    I'll)) li.  2.   Coiuiuoiicinir at a  post plumed adjacent  to the   noithwosi corner of W   I'.  S  Coyne's  i    Cotiiineiicins at h pout planted adjacent to j claim, beliiu the initial post ol Ucoiev Hussells  Iho Province.  A number of people have been  in Korl Steele recently looking  over the agricultural resources  in Ibis vicinity.  ���  x       x-..    *  ������Mound Canada"' commanded  the teacher, and the up-to-d'ate  i,oo#rapher of the eight yrade  promptly arose and .said:   .  ������Canada   is    bounded   on   the  north   by   ice,   on   the east by a  preferential tariff, ou   the   south  by   a   free   country  and   on   the  west by Lord AlversLoue.  *    *    v.  Smokeless powder Ls ail   ri#hi  but   the  end   ot  -science will noi  hi- achieved until somebody pro  duces a '.smokeless cigarette.,  I. Coiiiniciii'iiif,' at a post plumed loin miles  1101 th and two miles west of 1101 lln'.isl cornel  ol Lot lass, beiii^ the Initial post of .1 Hitfh-  u union's claim, thence west SO elm ins, thence  south ..Sir chains, thence east SO chains, thence  north HO chains to the place ol be^iniinii,' con-  uininir fVtlJ acics  .IAS. niGIIWAUDICX, Locator  ���Iinl, l*>o:l.  Dated Oct.  I. C'omiucnciiiK at a post planted one mile  horth and one.iiiile West or northeast, corner of  Lot 1">S.S belli;,' the initial post of 7\7 Ay Irwin's  .claim, thence -west So chains thence north SO;  .chains., thence cast SO cliains] thence south 80  cliniiYio^ihe pliicq.of begiuiiini; cpntainiiife'tUO'  tiisi-e.s'." .-'������ '".-' .: ;;���-.-��� -   -,,--.   , ''  7*'''.-,.- 7.7'....:. A.,AvKWIN, Locator     -  iiit'eii Oct: 2-Jnd, p.kk. ' , 7'7-7./. : :. .7��;  5. Cpuimencins ai a post planted one mile  north and one mile west of northeast .corner of  Loi'-ISHS bei!ii''tlie-'ihifcial-iKistiof..John' llrow'n'.s  elaini tiit'iice west So cliains, tiieuce. south .So  eliaiiis, ihciicecast SO-c.haini; "thence"north 80  chains t.i-the place of hefrilining,Ciiiaininjf tMO  iieres.  '.- '   :���i.-". .IOHX IIKOWN, Locator  'naied'ouiV;i,ii(l.''1.9,):i.' ;-;7'A,7 77'y  il. (..'om'menciin; at 11 post planted two 111 lies  north and two miles bail of the northeast cornel- of Lot l-'isS bciuii the,, initial, post of K.  l'aiters,,n's elaini, thence: west SO chains,  thence north So chains, thence east SO chains,  (.hence .south KO I'.liuins io place of hej,'iniiiui;,  ��� 'd'ntaiiilhi; iUO.acres. ������'���  the noithuusi comet 01 Wm P Dlffenbackei's  claim, beliiff the Initial post of Lucille Millet's  claim thonce noitli Ho chains, limner  west.SO chali'is, thonce south SO chains, thence  easl SO chains,10 point 01 coiniueuctiiueiil, con-  talnlnif rtlO acies. ��� ,  LIJC1LLK MILLKK, Locaioi  A. L. Anderson, ArijiiI  Dated Oct. Kith, IDOIi.  1 ' Commeiieing-,111 a post plumed adjacent  to Lucille Miller's southeast comer, beins the  initial post of of U. D. Miller's claim, ihenco  north HO chains, thence o'.tst-SO chains, thence  south SO chains, thence west 80 chaliLs to point  ofcoiniheiiccmenl, conlalnlii(f fill) acres  K. D. MllAAilt. Locatoi  A. L Ainleisou   A|{ent  Hated Ocl   Irtth, 100.! 1.1  claim, thence 1101 th SO i limns Ihcncc west HO  chains, thence south HO chains, thence east HO  chains to the phue 01 betrlnnini,'. couiainini;  binaries c  JOHN PINK, Locatoi  A. L   Andcison, Aircnl'  Dated Oct   Hilh, I'KU. '   ,  I Comiiieiicluir at a post plaulud adjiiccut  to the soutliwesl cornel 01 (leoiire Ittissoll's  chum bcint,' the initial post ol J O. Jones  claim, thence noi lb SO chains, tlience easl, SO  chains, ibenc'e south SO chains/lhoncc 'west SO  chains to place ol bc^uinii).,', containinc; i.KI  acres.  TlIOS.JKPl.'KHSON'K'l.'NUSIiUKY. llocalor  A.: L. Anderson; Afjeiit  Hated Oct. loth   p.iii.1     ' 1;,  NOTICE.  Notice is heiebi i,'ncn thai ihn u days iflu  date I intend loapph to the Clin rOoniinission  er oi Lands anil Woiks and the Xsslsi.mt Com-  inlssionei of L mils and Woiks mi ihe  Distrlii of Last ICoolinai foi a Incus, to  piospecl foi coal mil p< liolium on the lollow  ini,'descilbcd Imiil situati on the soiiilu asicin  portion of Kasl K'oolcn.n Dlstiut Ilinlsh Co  lumlna    - ���  Ooinmcnciiie; at 11 post planiid on Ot t\c's  eieck about foui miles noitli ol the Inteina-  tioual lioiindai \ lln, and loin and 1 hall mills  west of the ri.ithL.nl Knci beinsr the initial  post adjacent to th 1101 thwi si , 01 net ol I'tan-  ci.s J Puiucaue's ilaim, Ihenie south SO , limns  thence west HO chains theme uoilh su ihauis  thence east SO cbains to tin plait 01 liLifiuiiiui;  and coiifaiuliu.rU40ai.ies  .loseph O   McDon.uiKh   l.oiatoi  J   l.'ii ,1 Uiu hie (,Ai;cnl  Dated lllth <la> 01 O, lobci   I'.KM II,  NOTICE.  Notu c is heieby ulien lli.it 1I1111.\ dais aflii  dale I intend to'apph 10 tin ( Im I Coiuiuis-  sionci ol Lands and W01 l.s 111,1 the Assistant  Coniliiissioiiei or Lands ami Woil.s 101 tin  DisIiilI 01 Last ICooleii.n foi a lu < >i*{' lo puis  peel foi coal and pctioleum on the lollow iiik  desctibed laud siiuaie 111 the soiiiIiimsici 11 poi  Lion ol IO.tst ICootena\ Disiint linlish Co-  liuiibia   - '  ('01u111111c11iK.il a posi plant, d on lln I'lKliu  11.ul about tlucc mills uoitliolili, lulcini  I101111I [ionndaiv line and two miles we��i 01 ih,  [.'lathcad Hiu'i, bcui|r the 1111t1.il post .uljaicnl  10 the southwest loinei of Pi oil O Cuiumlns  il.uin Ihenie 1101th SO (hums then, e wesi Mi  (hams theme south SII 1 hauls ihcut, t is| sil  1 hams to the pin, c 01 In 1,'iilllln^ loulaiuiii^ l.lll  acies '  N'llo Mlinioi.   Lin mo  Janus I islu 1    \^i ill  Dal,,I llth d.n 01 o, tola 1, I'lill li,  Jiated (id. -Jin'd  1: l'A'i'ri.Kso.s-  100 1  Loeiuor  4S  NOTICE.  Notice is horbby iriven that, ire,  the  under-  sifrned, tluity days after date  intend  to  apply  to the Chief CommiHsioner of Lands and Works  at Victoria  for a  license  to prospect foi Conl  and I'otroleum   on   the   follow 1111?  described  lands situate in .Southeast, Kootenay.  lirltish  Columbia.  0  1.   Comnieiieiiif,'  al   a   post   plumed    about  twelve miles north of the Plathead Kiver,. ami  live niilcs.nortli of the Huckeil Group, and  west of the south fork of the north fork of  Michel creek, on Mock liiiW. and about .sixteen  miles east of the town1 of Fernie. and about live  miles> west of the watershed of-, the'.Kooky  .Mountains, being the initial post of William ti.  lint-low's claim, ihencc. south SO chains,' Uieiice  west SO chains, thence north 80 chains: thence  etui SI) chains to point of commencement, containing (MO acres  WILLIAM 0. HARLOW, Locator  A. L. Anderson. Agent  Dalrd Oct Hilh. I'10.1  Don't expect 7 all sunshine.  Clouds will occasionally darken  any business, but the sun shines  ��� brighter afterwards.  ' '"   A , , - ." '        ,.  ..'.'....','*"* *   '  :  If  everybody    had    all  wanted,   wo'uldiri   it   be  'tliey  1 sad  finie' for theychrotiic kicker.  rlMi(.' iininen.se water   power  of  Hull river will soon be harnessed  ��� .    NOTICE.    ;.���-  Sixty days after date the uudersigiicd iiitnud  t., apply to tiie Chief Commissioner of Lands  und Works nl \'lcloria. H..(..'., lor periuission lo  purchase the foil,,��inc. descilbcd lands: Com-  uienclug at a posi plnnlcd on uorthcasl corner  ,,f lot number lft,'H().l Hast kootenay, thence  in a iiurlhei'ly tiircction tilong,the right of way  of .the 1I.C'. Southern Hallway SO chains, thiince  '.vest lu ehutu.s more ���r less to thn ltorthuaKt  eoriier or II. Dm-llngs piirehnse, tlience. south  so cliiilns; thence cast lo the place-or beginning  coiitniuiuii PVJ itcri'M iho,-e'or lens,  l.ocaiud UilnVlli ,l���y of.(October,. PJllll.  ��� -Iii- ,...-. "��� 7        I'-liANClS ItCT'l'LI'llt.  NOTICE.  - Comhieneing a la post planted adjacent  io the noiUicu.sl coinei ol Wu . O. Hatlow'.s  claim being ihe initial post ol Oeorge Lee  Hopkins' claim, thence south SO chains, (hence  east SO chains, thence north 80 chains, theuee  west SO chains to point ol commencement, containing OKI acres  OKpRGK LKK,HOPKINS, 'Locator  A. L. ANOKKSOX. Agent  Dated ()cl. 10th; 190:{.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given thai thiily days uftei  date 1 intend to apply lo the CliliTComini's.sion-  er of, Land and Works and tho Assistant coiii-  inisslouci     of     Lauds    and   Woiks.   foi   ihe  District   of   lOast    Kootenay   foi   a   License  to p.aspect for Coal aiid-1'enoleum on tiie fol-  ipjying described  lands';-situiuc ou the International nouudary line and lying,between   Lot  ���1581) and   the  B.C.  Southern   Reserve  in: ihe  Southeastern  portion  of Last   ICootennj   District, Hi itish Columbia-���   -  ��� Commencing at n post planted  on. the International liouiidaiy lum aboul twelve miles  west  of tho Flathead Kner   being the initial  post, thence north 80 eJiains. thence east 80  chains, thence south 80 chains, thence west 80  chains to the place of beginning anil couliiiuini;  (140acres.    ' ��� -Albert IO.'lfiiliner. Locator  , ' J. Fred llitcliie, Agent  Dated 1th day or October. lilOlf. I(i  NOTICE.  Notice Is herein given that UiiiIn days aflei  dale I ;inli'iid to ippl\ to the duel Commis  sloiiei of L mils and Woi ks and the Assistan!  COinutissioiici of Lands and Woiks mi tin  Oistnct of Last K'ooleii.n loi a lucnse  to piospci t lot i oal and petiolium on Ilie loi  lowing .described land situate in Ilie southeastern portion "or Ujst Kootcnm Dlstiut  lii'itlsli Columbia   -  Commencing al a post plnnlcd on OuiM's  creek about four miles' north of the,, Interna  tionul.Boiinibii'.yline and foui mil a hill miles  west of the Flathead Ki\ei bLiuglheiniti.il  post, thence south so (hams, then, i cast so  chains, thence noi th SO i hams, thence west so  chains to the place of beginning and containing  040 actes  Francis J: Finueanc. Locaioi  J. Fred Kitchle, Agent  .Untod lllth day i(f Oi tobci    I'M! II,  y.Y7,y7,  --^yy-NO'TICE."-1: ���;'!'.y  ���   Niil ice ishOre'by, given ilia t.:tli I riy iltiysyi fl er  date'l iiitcnii toappl.v 'to   the   Cliief' Coiiiinis-.  .slpiier of La n,l.s ami .Works  a nil. Hi,; -Ass is Hi lit:  Com iu jssionei-j' of; I. a fids yindy Works: ..iVir'jlu':;':  Dislricl {lit  ,I'liisiV l<oofenay   for , a'-,.'. 1 ieei'isi;'- to.  prospccl for coal and pclrploum on the 'folli'iwf'  ing described land sil uate o.i'i I'lieJiiterniitloiiiil  Uo.undary; line'iind iyiiigJi.ctwecn iliol.-ir.S'.i aiid  (he l.i7C. Southern Ueserye iiitlic .s-oiuheasteru :  ,portion of Kast k6ottina,v;i>isirlc,t',-|{iUitsii7G6--'-',  .liunbia:��� ,���';-'��� /.7!a.,',v--���';. 7-::7'A7:.At-.y,y:.yA'.;,.,:/./,.,:  ��� yCoiiimcncing at ti post plmijcji7pi.P'tliu-f ItituK!'i  liittioiiiii-; ISbiindiiry,; liiie-'abcuit/:c|i|\'cn iiiileiY  west .of-".the 7Fliiihciiil7rivcr,7l,eing tiie initial..-;-.  .postiidjacciitlptli'e^^soiilhcu.sL.cb.rhci'yol'iAlliei'l .,  107-I'jiliiiei-'sViOaiiiiy ihch,;c',nYni,*;sp^cliiiiiisj7:  Iheiice'uiis^SO clutiiis;4iicniVeysoulii :S07cliiiiiis77>  ihencc' \vesl7s(i eliains io the lilaccliif: bcginTiiiig''7  aiid con tain ing, (110 a,.'l'bs777 ,,'.:.,::.. ^:.7 7.,.7, y,'7' 7  77.77'77' '7:: 7,7-/ 77',,7 ^���';M1'i;oi'ii,viY7^ociitor7':  ���:'-���!���'.      7 . //   7.77 7. :J.7ll're,l  Uilchie,-Agent 7"  y��� linto'ii, r.ili ijay'of Oeiobei'. Iliii:!..:. 7; ah;"'   7  WANTKD -SKVKI'tAI. I'KUSOXS  ul' ,.|tttl'iK��t,i'r itiiil j^ooil I'ejiiillit ion iii  finili .il'a|,<-:(oiii; Inl.liiH iKiiuit.y i-tMjiiii-ril)  lo i-i.:|u:t;.ii"iil. jukI adviii'list,- eld i.'Slitli-  lirtli,;(l wmillliy Iuimiiu'ms liotisi; 1 if solid  liimin-iiil stiui(liijf4'. Suliti-y $i.'1.0ii  . wi'i'.kly with ,'.\|miiM<-:ri , aildiliiiiiiil. iill  |iu.Vltriil<"iii iiiinii dit'iii.-l I'tu-.li Wi'diu-s-  ilny   rr< 1111    lii'itd    iilli,-i!S. ..    .iloi-sii   and  ,-lll'l'iuoi'    .   flll-llislll-d       ivlll'll      l|l.!('("SHil|-_V.  Ucfiii'i'iii'i's. Kin.'Uisi- , self-addri'Ksi-il  eiividjipi;. Coloniul Co., .'I.'M Deiirlau-ii  St., CtiicuifP.  Notice i  date, I 'Ini  er or L:ui,Is and. Wo, k  permission to puri'lnme th  lands   In   Miihi:   Kiiiii,.|,j,v,  iii'.rehy given t hut sisty  dayh  aller  nd'to apply I.., t.hi*Clii<}j'(..'oiniiiliiNl(iii-  al   I'le'tiirla,   If.O,   for  folloivlligdcicrlbed  ('oi.iimciiclm:  al a  |rf.s( pluii-.'fl at the itortli.-list corner of Dudley  llarllng's pureliase near <', alio way anil marked  William III,-ckenrl,lues- .luuheusl coinoi- post,  1 lieiiceruiiiiim: west H,, chains, thence north   10  chains, thiinc'oast."(, chulns   more  oi-'li'ss   hi  the   11. c.   A   Soiitliern   Italliviiy.   theuee   In   a  Miiillicrly direction along said right "I   way  SO  ,'halns more or less 1,, the, place  of  lieglnuliiK.  ��� .11 l:i( 111 iu- IC.'M neres niyre in- less:  Located this rih day 01 (i,-lol,ci-,|lW3.  ���ii WILLIAM  UltECkvENRIDGE  X Cominoncing at a posi plained adjacoui:  10 the 'north wesi corner of O.K. llopkln's c.lalni  being 1)10 initial post of Nancy O. Hurlow's  claim, thence north SO chains, theiice east SO  chains, Uieiice south SO chains, tlience wonL SO  chains to point of commencement, containing  ,'.40 acres... ,  A  N'ANOV O.IIAULOVV, Locatoi  A. L. Audiirson, Agenl  Dated Ocl. lllth,' It'OS.  ���I. (,'oiiiiiinnclng at a pusi adjacoiit to tho  soiithivcatcornurol N. O. It'arlow'H claim, being the Initial post of K. A. Zludiil's claim,  lliuiicu uoiili Ml chains, thence westSO chains,  theuee south SO chains, Ihetice oast SO ehul'iin  to point or commencement, containing 040  acres.' , ,  K. A. y.lNDICL, Locator   '  A. L. Aiidcison. Agent  Haled Oct. Hilh. 10011.  ���!!>���  ADVERTISE.  IN  THE PROSPECTOH.  NOTICE.  Notice,is hereby given that thirty (lays after  date I Intend lo apply to the Chief Coihinissiou  er of Lauds and the Works, and Assistant Com  inissloiicr , of Lands and Works, for the  District of Kast ICootenay for 11 License  10 prospect for Coal and I'elrolc.iun on .the .following described laud sltuale In Die .Southeastern portion of Kast Kootenay District  Hritlsh Columbia:���  .'-Commencing ut a post planted on the Witchie  .Trall.ub01.11 three miles north of the Iiilcrnn-  llonal Houndary line,,mid two miles wesi of ihe  Flathead Klver being the initiiil post, thence  north SO chains,' thence east So chains,  theuee south SO chains, thcncii; w;est SO elnilns  1.0 the,place of beginning and containing,^040  acres. , Fred C.CUiinuilns, Locator  ,-''���'. Juiiies.Fisher, Agutil  Dated llth day of October, H'til!. -Ill 7  NOTICE.  NiUlcc Is hereby given that thirty days after  ilale I Intend fo apply in Ibe.Olilei' Coininls-  sloneror LiuiiIh and Works and the Assistant  L'omiiilssloner or Land and Works for th,,  District of Kasl Kootenay for 11 license  to prospect for (.'oul and I'elioleuin on (he following described laud sliuiite. iii Ihe .south,jiihI-  urn portion of Kasl ICootenay lilslrlei. llrillsh  Columbia:  Cominciiclng al a post planted about one mil,,  eiiHl of iage crcuk and seven miles north tir Ihe  International Houndary, being tho Initial 1MWt  adjacent to the southeast corner or Uoss  Thiimpsoii'i clalui. thonce south Su cluiins,  thonce cast SO chains, theiice north SO chains,  thence, west SO chains to tho place of beginning  and containing 610 acres.  . j- Alfred Thompson, Locator  James Fisher,. Agent. ,  Dated pith day or October. l'Aig. -is  NOTICE.-  Notice is heicb\ ghcu that thti |\ days arici  date. I intend to'apph to tlieCluel Coinmissioii  er of Laiuis and Woiks and the Assistant Com  missioiier ,'of Iiands' and Works for ..the  District of Kast k'notcniu loi a lucnse to  prospect for coal iiud]ietroleum on the following described lundsiliialc on the liitermilional  Houndary line and lying between Lot ir>S|land  tlni H.O. Sotithcrn I{��sihm. 111 the soiilhc isiei n  portion of lOast K'oolciin\ Disluit (Stilish Co  liunbia    -  Conuiieuciug at tt posi plnnlcd on ilu lutei  natioiial Houndary line aboul. eight miles west  or the Flathciul rivi 1 bung the initial post adjacent to ilu; southoiist corner of Patrick  Welch's claim then, e 11011h sn ihauis theme  east SO chains, Ihenco south so chains, ihencc  west SO chains 10 Ihe plan beginning and ion  laming i.IC a, u s  Vollnei Willi.mis,,11   I.oimioi  J   l.'i, d Htb hie   Lot aioi  Dated UUi day or Oclo'bor. 100.1, II.  NOTICE.  Nolice is heteln gi\eu that thliti davsaftci  date I intend to npph lo the Chi, 1 Commissioner of Lauds ami Works and the Asslsliuil  Comiiiissioncr of Lauds' and 'Works for the  Dislricl of Kasl Koolcpny lor a license  to prospect for coal ami petroleum on the  following- described hind siluatc 011 the 1'nler-  nalioual Houndary line and lying between." Loi  ���i.W.i anil Ihe H.O. .Soulheru llescrve In tiie  souihcastcrn portionof Kast ICoolciiay lilslrlei  lirltish Columbia: -  Commcnciiig al a posi planted on   Ihe   lulei-  iiationitl Hotiudar.v-'Liueaboti.l iilhc miles wesi  of the Flathead river,,being, llio'lnillal posi iiil-  Jaceiil to the southeast coi'iier of l''rc,l Alasoiis's  claim, thence iibrlh eighty  chains, Ihencc easl  eighly   chains,   thence  south   eighty   chains-.  tlience   wesi   eighly   chains   to   place   or   be-  Klntilng containing si.v liiuidicd ami I'tu-ty acres  I'alrli'.lc Welch. Locator  J. l-'reil Ullchle, Agenl  - Dated filh day.of Oclobcr. Il����. "IO  Shaving !#?. Hair Dressing Parlor  ^yippyyyy%!HOT\G^pyyp!^y^\p:p  -,. Nolice i.s herebyrgiveii tIinl titii-ty. ihiysni'ier'  date- I.   Intern!   lo apply'to tiie Cliief Coininis-.  sinner, of Laiuis aiid Woi'k.s;ahil' the Asslsla lit;...  Commissioner, of, Laiuis and : Works,.,for- the,  District   of   Kas'i:  ICootenay   for   a ' li<'euse;lo'  prospect for coal and pctroleuni on Hie,  lollow-  jhg described 'land situate0iu:lh(.';.,.soui.lic:i.slern -  portion of Kast Kooteiiay' District. IlrilishColumbia:��� ���'-.-���i-'-'/   ''��� ���'���       '- -.7,   Y .. Y  .  Comtiienciug  at  a, post planted oti tiie east  bank   of  Sage   Cretfic,   three miles,.east'of the.;.  Flathead JJiver.  ami .nine lhilcs jiorlli ol'ilie  IntermHioiial Ilouiidary'linc. lieing the  iniiiiil  post adjacent (o the northwest corner of ]���:���. W.  Ruff's   claim, thence   north "SO clii|liis.,,"Uii'iiee,  west SII chains, thence south SO eliaiiis.' ihcncu,  cast  SO /.eliaiiis   Hi; tlio place of beginning; iiiul...  containing Old acies more or less.: .'���'.-  y.  .":     .     ,,.;'/         7;Mamie Uilfori  Locaioi-';  !������<'<.' 7'. ,,.. ...7a:;.-.'....-���'"."'us.-.l-'isiicr.7\gciu..:  '-I.)aled lath ilny.br October,' P.'OH.  'j 7-H'.-  N'our iit.toiilion is c.i 1 lud lo ilu-  "I'lonocr Liimtod ti-.tnis ol tiie "'Mil-  w.uilceo ^V til P.iul It.ulwtiy." "The on I \  porftict. Drains in ihe world  Vou will lind il; (kisii'itlile 1,0 ride oil  Miohc l.riiiiis wlion yoiiiK' 1,0 itny poinl, in  l.liu-Easteri!' Status or l-iiiiadii. They  i.'oniieot .with all /J'raiiscoiiliiioiilnl  Trains und all Ticket Aonnts . .solI  kiitketn.-.. '��� "    ' A      !.y    \   ':[  I'Yir.'furtlie.r iiifoi'iiuii,i,on, |iiiMi|il|l,-l,.s,  ntc, ask any Tiiikut. Aooni, or ,  II. �����,. lUlWIO,  (ioiiui-al .Aovjiit,   ..  - I'OltTLvVNI).  L.  KOLM),  I'as.s.  Aootit,'  Sl'GKANK.  and SCIENTIFIC  Next lo Oriental I Intel  FORT    STKULE,  All   Kinds  ol-Mail-  Work  A. J. GRE'A,  .S|i('c.iiilly  Pkopkijktor.  24 Piges  ;   Weekly-:   Illustrated.  INDISI ^NSABLE  TO MINING MEN.  $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.  SICNO   KOIt SAMl'I.K  C'OI'V.  MINING -sd^ntinc PRESS  3 J0 MAKKE1" ST., SAM 1'RAMCISCO, CAX. ���  ���5S5/I  ���TETR 'PROSPECTOR,  PORT STEELE,  B. C,  NOVKMIJKIt 14, \Utti.  I  i  I  ���vc:  iS  v'  M  I  Pandora   Ran&e  OVEN  THERMOMETER      NO      BAD   LUCK'     BAKING  DAYS  I weuty dcgrc-i sdilTcieiicc in the temperature uf an ov;u l- sufficient to make  ' Good J.uck   ' oi   ' Had Luck    lu UiLuif  inaiiy kinds of iood  The licit iu Hit uncii of a rang, not fitted with a thermometer, or worse,  fitted with i poor instrument will c isily viry twenty decrees���result is-  unpduible bullied oi lulf b iked food i iross cook and a disappointed family at  ini il  tunc  Ibeiiiiometii lilted in on en itooi of I'jndoi.i 1 uigt has been a proven  success for hf lei n >e irs iiide.crj ins'riiiucnl is cm lully adjusted unit tested by  beat, befoie sendiu,; out���the- hist, best an I only thermometer which is of any leil  value to those who do hiking  " l'audoi i     ruiijc is handsome, economic il on fuel and a perfect balccr.  bold by all enterprising dealets.   Booklet free.  MFCIaryfc  London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. John, N. B.  i  I  ;;  Sri  1  l  ff  ^he fflvo&pcci&r  SATURDAY,  iVO\     H,   14U1  CANADIAN LEAD  Wo obsovvc* horn our V.incou  vov coiTosponclonl t.hu1 n *��hip-  inoiit ol ih roe hundred Ions of ie-  finod load h.is b(*cn nitulo vm  V,uioou\or lrom iho Solliy works  in R.m h'l.iwisco lor Iho Mon-  t,ro<tl m:iiIn(*1 Is noi thai pie  posloroiis-' This is oi course,  noi loud mined in lln* United  Slates 11 is le.id refined in bond  in S,in Ki.mcisco for lec-xpoit  The sic 1 n.i! metal contained mi  ihis parliculai shipment, m.iv  have come I roni .Mexico or Soul h  Amend or Canada l>ut as a  matlerol  liade e\chan^e   these  would save the Sol by company's  piofit and the  cosl   oi   refining,  both of which go to build up the  United States  and   not,  Canada.  Fnrlhormoro, Ihe  existence oi a  surplus ol lead   which   the  producer mus1  export would, by internal   com pel it ion  for ihe  best  market, prevent Ihe price to the  Canadian consumer from   rising  above Ihe   proper  value  ol   the  metal     This is not an argument  about tho advantages of  protection,   it   is   a   demonstration   oi  these  advantages      Yet,   the Canadian   government    prolers   lo  attempt by means of a   bonus lo  compensate   Ihe   Canadian   producer lor the bad  conditions under which they labor   instead of  by applying the   straight princi-  r pies    ol     protection,    changing  ! these conditions and   laying  the  emulation ol a prosperous  Colonist. Victoria  ANDREW    NEIDIG  an i3    BUILDER  FOWV STEELE. T3   C.  C:s?"   All   work prompt Iv done.  TICKETS  ro  \xn ruoM   \i.i.  Points East  ��� \ i \  Great  Northern  Railway  Short   l^ine  lhree< hundred   lonsol load niay,>0|K|  bo regarded as ihe equivalent  ol   mduslry  leud bullion expoilod from Cana  (da lo San  H'rancisco  '   Let us  lollow   this   lead   Jroin!  the Canadian mine  to   tiie   Mom- j  Ireal market and examine  Cana   j CONTRACTOR  da's profit in Iho li ansacl ion   We j   <  may omit Iho  Canadian   smelter,  which   turns   Ihe  ore   into   lead   iktjm. and siu vaintinu  ( CALCIMININI. .111(1 I'U'LIt IIANCINi  bul1 ion,   except   at.   legaids  the  ll.il cost Willi an almost in\ isible  profit thereon ol smelling theoie  because the Canadian lead smelters are not making   any   money  and their lelations with the mm  er are determined by their  icla  tions    with    the   lelmer      Very  well,    the    Canadian    producer  (miner and smeltei) get tor   this  lead the   London   price   ot   lead  loss   the  (ost  ot t refining,    less  ircight   to   San    Kranoisco, less  one  cent a pound 'or brokerage  commissions, cosl  ol   marketing  and   so    loith   and    so on      We  have   not   at   hand   the   London  price ol lead in cents per pound  but   wo   should  imagine Ihis do  duct ion   ol   one   cent a pound to  boa Hal chili go of between  1 hilly five and loi ly poi cent, on Ihe  value   ol   Ihe   Canadian   minors  product      Well, that i- uluil the  linlish   Cohiiuuia   pioducei    io  ceives      Now.     what    does   the  Montieal   cousumei    pay"     lie  pays   the London   pi ice  ol lead.  Ircight   lrom  a   hjiiropo.in point  to Montieal, plus  Iho  Canadian  duty.     Now. what,  enables   him  to buy lead'm San Pranciscb and  ship if by Vancouver across   thti'  ''continent, lo Montreal except .the  big margin between what the  Canadian producer receives and  the value, of his product. If the  Canadain producer was protected in the homo' market he could  sell to the Montreal consumer a.l  .precisely the same price as that  individual pays now; and save  to himself tlio bullion freight lo  San Francisco and ihe freight,  from Vancouver to the east o'f  rtritii'sli Columbia,.    The country  WANVKI'V--, 'KAI'IMIKUh. , I'KI JSC'iN  To ' Til A VKI,. lor well i'St;ililisli,,,l  liolise'in <������ few counties, citliiny' on retail ini'ieh.-inls iiiul ajreiils: Local ici'i'i-  lory.. S.'iUiry *li 1.02-1 n year anil expenses  payable $111."0'ii. week in cash and expenses advanced. ' 'o."-i1,i*m -]iirfi)i:i,n<"ti1.  Business successful and rushing. Kn-  olose sell-llddrussetI envelope. Standard Houae, 315 Cuxtiui Bldy.j (JliioaJyo.  IO  Spokane, St  Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis, Chicago and Points East  2       Til UN's   ll\ll.\        r\  I'AST  Tf.MI. jt��  New Equnsment Throughout, Day-  Coaches, Palace and Tourist Sleepers  Dining- and Buffet Smoking- Iiibrary  Cars; '  for Tickets, flutes, Folders- and fill I.  I iiioriiial.ion.   -Call on or address .  any.'ii��-(->n"t (!'re:it'Northern,. ���  y ..'     l.lailwa.v or  '���*''; A. l'5.'CV.;.hKNNI'ST(.)N, (l.U'.l'.A.  612 Fifth Avenue. Seattle.-Wash...  Applications   ior Timbei   Licenses  "NT llll I      I-   III II ll\   ���1N<  II 11,111   111 11 IN   ,1 INs   l||i 1  I il'    J   nit, ml   lo    ,|.|,l\   it,  (li, ( In,'I Ci nuns  SHHM I 111 I. 111,1s 111,1 Will Ks fill I s]l, I Ml I.I, I H-<  I" I III ,111 I ( llll INNHN llinl. , f��..1(1 Hi' follOU-  III/    II   II  Is    of    1,111,1     Sltllllllll    III     llll       Nllllllllll  Ihn isiiin nl IT.isi Kootrn i\ Hisiitct   \ 1/  I     (<iiiiiiitii,iii|'-  .11   ,1   post, jilmilcil 11111  mill  NNCSt of U llltC IllN l I llllll   ilium   dm III 11   tulles  fiuin  its  jinn nun   Willi   Ih,    InihiU 11 in    Kin 1 1  lln 11, ������ Mi 1 li tins ui,nil   til, nu   Ml , liiinis 1 1st  llll I l,   Ml l II lllls siHH.li     Hum i     Ml   lllllllls    nw si  l,i pniiit  oi LOiniiu nit'ini.111  l.ui in il 1S1I1 il I* of sijit   I'm,  I     \   1>| I.I,*,  .'      ( Ollllllt ill UIK Hi   .1 |l'lsl   \NCI"l ul .111,1 .llljc'll  ing  I"    A    1-vilN s  1K1I111    inailfd  A    H    Mi-  < Oillllll S   sOUllll'^M    (Cilliei    I'Osl   llll 111 I   1101 til  Sii (luiiis tlii'ri( e NM-st i"ii diniiis ih, mc somli  su (limns   tln'iict   <*jsi  sn 1I1,ilu* io point  ni  I on,in,'in Pin, in      Lo, 111,1 r.ili iI.in of si |,i   lid  \  II M<rou.u< II  1 (iniiiiii 111 uitr hm posi u, si .mil iiijiiin-  1111; \ I! Mi Colin, lis , hum miiKul .liuius  Im kson s siiiillii'tis.! 1 in in 1 post lln nu noi Hi  Mi<luiii|s th, n< c nni si mi , h mis [him, Slllllll  Ml 1 li mis tin in 1 ,>.i~i su clniiiis in point ,,l < 0111  luetic 1 infill 1.01 mil I iili il i\ 01 St pi fid!  IAMI.S  DIOK'SONS  I C iiniiiii'iiLiiiK >il n posi soutli of ���ml .1,1-  joniiiiir linns Dickson s chiini nunke��l I o  Iiiul s 11,nilii ist  1 oi in. 1   posi  ilu 1111   ��omli mi  I ll litis     Llll III l    NM'Sl   SI) iluilns   Llll in 1* noi1 li  sn  1I1 mis lln in 1 1 ei mi < li,mis to iioini nf, 0111  m, li,, IIH'Ilt      l.lll ,11, il ISIIllIlN ol Si.pt,    p��n  .1  (,   i;ll!l)  S ( oi,ini(.n, nij,' .11 11 posi i',isl of ninl id 10111 -  111K.I 0 HihI s 1 limn iniiKeil li S I'i'11\ s  inn tliNNi si 1 01 ni'i po-i iln.nu sonlli sdcli.iins  llicni f 1 .isi sn 1 li,tins llnnu 1 1101 Hi su ilniins  ilii'iiu' wi'st mi ilniins lo point, 01 lomini 111 0  inoiii     l.oi .ui'il ISth ,| in 01 Sept    1'iin  it s I'rr.i.v  1     C'oiiiiiicnciiiK   11   11   posi ensi of   mil ul  joiiimt,'Il S   l*i IIn s iliiiin 11111 kcii N  I'   Sinl-  iIuIjn s noitliuC't   loinei   post lliunoo somli sn  I hams, tliciKC o-isl MOih.iiiis llicnie noitli Sn  < li mis ilii'ine nm'si si) i liams 10 ponil or coin-  1111 nu 1111111     r.oiaii',1 istli il in of SepL   1WM  ST   I*.  SUI>I)\H\  7 CommeiiciiiK.it .1 pfist cist of ami inljoin-  intf N I' Suiidaln's 1 Itiini nmiki'ill llinl s  1101 lliuisi ooinci posi tliciiio soulli S(l lll.lllls  UlClKI*   OlSl   SO   lllllllls   lllCIKU 11011I1 SO clniiiis  ilu'iice nncsi si) (liinns 10 ponil of (0111111, iuc-  mont    l.niateil isih ilu or Sepi   lrWf  I   MHO)  s    Comment intf ul a posi onu mile sonlli ol  II S IMIv's 1 l.titn in.uKcil W l' Ht-aU s  soulhptsi t 01 mi criinci post, lliemi 1101 Hi  11/hlN ilniins llieme nnosi eifjlilN 1 Mains  lliinii somli n<rliiN (limns, ihenie Oiisi el|,rlitN  , li mis 10 point 01 1 oimiii'ii, Pinont  l.oi mil 1 Mlt iltiN of Sopi    pun  W   V 1II.AI.1  'I f oniiiii 111 1 n^r nl 1 posi t'usi ol 11111I uljoin  iiik W T IliinlN s < lain, mail.<il(. S 1'iIIn s  siiuilnNisi iinnci post iliuntt noitli ei���'hl\  1 Mains llienic fiisi oi^Min 1 Mains ilii'iiu  sonlli eisjIilN , limns tlieiii," nm'si , ifriii\ (limns  to pin in of 1 oniiiii nt emeu t  I.OCllll'll IS1I1 ,1 in of Si pi    I'm I 1  (,itS Pi:i.LV  III    Common, 111,,'.it  1 post soutli  ot  anil   ul  jonniij,' C.    S    1*(*11n s   < hum    malki'd   \\     I'  IIOISlON llOllllMlsl lOlllCl post 111! llll sOUlll  Ult'lllN ( ll litis. On HI I I isl 11-,'lHN clniiiis llitni 1  mntli uiKli'N cliains ilu net nnosi 1 i���'MIn i M tins  10 point of (.oinriiunti men I  I.Ol 110(1 lStll ll IN  of Sf.pl     pun  \V   I*  JiOUSl.l^  II C'oiiiiiiuncin���r   al  a   post u,'si of mil ml  joining   \\     I'     IIoisIcn s  limn     nitiil.1,1   M  llllll s llOllllL.lsl   lOlIll'l      llll lilt'    sOlllll   l'l���'lllN  1 limns, lliciu e nncsl cik'HN iM lllls ilicni t 1101II1  t iijlilN iliiins iliemecisl ci|!lit\ (Mains In  point 01 (oiiimeiii'uiipni  I.oiatcil IStli ,1 n 01 Sept    I'M)I  M   mill 1  IJ Coinnipnoiiitf 11 1 post'llm, milt s noi tli  01 I A I'elU s 11 inn inukeil .funis link  son s , 1101 tin nsi coini'i jiost tin 1111' sou h  iiijIiIn iliains tin in c west <*i���'MH (Minns  tlirni e 1101 tli uglitN t limns tliomi 1 .isi t ij/MIn  t li 1111s to point ol 1 oinmi'iiceinent  l.oi ill (I lTlhtl.iN 01 Sept   l'K'l  .IAMI.S UK l\SON'S  11 C'omini'iit'iiif; nl a post nouli of ami ail-  joiinnn' .limit,s Uk kson s il.iiin inaikiil M M<  Ucimid s soutliciist, loinei post tlicni c 1101 Hi  1 iuMin (Mains tlience nnpsI cikIhn cli mis,  Uieiice soutli (i^Mtv ("Mains theme i*iisH"i<.'Mi\  t limns to point coiiimeii, cincnl  l.ocildl irtli ,I.in ot  VUKiist  I'Kll  M  MpUKUiMID  II comment iiik .it 1 poiimic mile not Hi 01  M   1M1 Deimul s clnnn    maiked   I{    I.    Dud s  llOIllll'.lSl     (Ollllii     post      tllPIII P    sOUlll    tlKlltN  , Mams thi'iiie NNUsti-ij-'MlN ell.1111s Uicnii noilli  t ij,'MtN   iliiins   tliuicu   east  imj,'1un   ilniins   to  jioiiit of tonimciiiciiiunt  l.oialod lTtli iI.in of Sipt    pill'.  K   K  I5IKU  IS Com11ip1iLi1iK.il'11 Post uouli of und aU-  joiniiu 1< I IJiul s 1 Muni maikull. O Rosi s  souIIinnusL coiuei post tin nu nortli i'i���'Mt\  ilniins ilu nt iM'nst oikMIn ' Mams tliom csoulli  Ui^'lllN ilniins ilicni e wesi iik'iIn > li lllls 10  point 01 (onuuL'iit euiciit  l.oiati'il irtli il in 01 St pt   l'lOl 0  G   C   HOsr,  Id ( oinnieni iiik ul a posi N\ps( of anil ml  joining 0 C 'iinsi s plmiii 111 u kul I C ( ole  mans soutlioust toinui post ilii'iiu. 1101 ill  t*i���'hlN ilianis Hume nmsI oikMIn iliains  tin in 1 south PUilitN chains tin m p 1 ist cik1H\  ( Minus to point of louinit ni'Lineiil  r.ouitul 171M ihiN of St pi     l'HM  I'  (    COI.IIMAN'  Coiniiiciii Iiik .11   ��   post  one-Mai    milp  SALB    OF    LANDS    FOR    UNPAID     UELINQUENT    TAXES    IN  ASSESSMKNT    DISTRICT,     PROVINCE    OP    BRITISH  THE    EORT  COLUMBIA.  STEELE  -jpiircWEBY CJIVE NOTICE that, on Monday, the Seventh Day of December A. D., J9C��3, at the  A lioui ol twelve o clock noon. ;it rhe Government Offices Eort, Stc-ele. I shall sell at Public Auction  the lands hereinajter set out of the persons in said list hereinafter set out. for the delinquent taxes  unpaid by said persons on the 31st. day of December lilili'. and for interest, costs and expenses,  mclndinrr the cost ol ach ortisiu<j said sale. >  LIST  ABOVK  MENTIOXEU.  [Delinquent  I    Taxci.  Name of Person Assessed.  Short Deicription of Property.  X     i  ti  Sli w.u I    Miss    P.sl He  Ilioiulk'Hi-.   If\  Doi'i     I ;.tiii!(,]],ll  (.inn  r   i  U'.tKli.   Ids  st x It i    W    II  l''t   Merit   Di'vpi Svii  lilOllllll ne,    ll\  I' ii k ni inn n  ('lundininiiji. Jus  I IlkllONMI  ho   l-unclio  II ill.  Wm  ( li.utt'i ton   I    M  I In li.u tlson    \    I.  C'lialK'i Inn.  I   M  Hi/zoin   .1 no  Aloit i\  'I'iun iisimkI  MiKmli'N   A    i-i  Ij.lNNsOlI.     W  Till Del ,  Al.lll  Lanili   U     I  I'di\,  las  W.iUli   W    (.  /.iidmc    \    I*  Mill. W.   n  I Tnli liison.   I >  l\01'l"IJi.lll      111*  Hill   Mis   I'llen  I j.iiu n    Ceo.    \  \lc(Jimiil)l\. W   I  T.ivjor. (.   II   C  Koliiiisnn,   I W  Kohiiison i*v. MflCi'ii/ic.  \lcal)(*s(in. 1'  A  Mi-l.cod.  Ifiitcliison    Min  N  I li'tlii-i iiifiton in.   MfXali  Nohlt    .Mrs    Ti \ plienu  IJoliiiison    I    W  Stcics    I tni'liL'ii  I'ntli   Mis    (      i;  Tniilii'ifljji. \Ym  ( liiiu<4 Poiih  li"\iiit'. Mr-,     \. i:       '  Ivenned*,    Mis   R  MatlKson,   1'  MrliitomniN    I)   I.  McNeil    Mis   M    |  Pi ith   r   \\  K'nke   L,i\NioiifC  r.N.nis.   Kohl  (jii)siin. i:   \. (  Llllll .Ids  B.lllk nf Mono c.il  r.iisons. ii  c  .I.linosou. Mi-,. II    L  ( .u.oott.i     Pom   '  l)ifjb,\   (      I  (i.lllMII.     .\  lollllsilii     M.l\ '  <   .lldsoll.l.      I*  SuIIii.il)   D    M  \\ .iklu. f     \l  Kn kp.Hi'K k   O  Mi Mean. A  Hi ow ii.    V '  I 1.1st I      \ k"\     \  r.oiion   Mis losiL"  (  OI-sOll     l)l"    I)  Milieux   I!cn    l*\itIn i  SIONUIsOtl    T  Kians. II    I  K(i\\li'\. II    I!  Mi \iihui. I)  (   \ Co  l)a\. I'1.  10  liolllllsull       I     \\  Mclvcii/io Win  Mi Ivcn/ic    Win  Itdlllllsdll, I. \V  I'lllllip])-, \l Si  I u \ is    \ M   A. Mi Hoim ' \  I'lllft'l"    I'sl.lU  . Lnl-,22. 25. I311f 1.    Fori Src-eh:    ....  !L(it 2:{. Hlk L  'Luts 3. 4. PAk2.  iLois 2. 3.* 4. lilk.T)     ������  I Loi 2. Blk 12 ������ ������    ,Loi :i. Rlk 2. Subdiv L. 42S. Wi*stpoi-t  Luis 1. 2. Blk o, Iviinhei-lev  Loi 2i). Blk 2. Hsiiiiri-e Add.  Lois 8. !i. r.lk4. Mo.yit"...  Lot li. Blk ."> ���'���       Loi,.">. IJlk (I.  .'Lot 'I. Blk S.  Lot l.'i. Blkii. ������    .....  Lot 10. Blk 1 <;o\'l Add. ������ .   .   .  Loi 7. Blk 2  Lot 17. IS. Blk 2, '��� ������  '  Loi 4. Blk 2. Luke Shore Add.   Movie.   ..  Lot, ll. Blk :{     ������        ������ ������        ������ '        Lot. i of 1(1B.:S ���        ������ ������  Lot 4.T.lk 4.   Lot 11. Blk.j.   Lots IU. i:i. Iiik 20. "7 Cranbrook  Lot 17. Blk:)0 .'���  Lot-i 17. IS. Blk 31.  Lot 2."), Blk 32. ;���  Lot Ml. Blk :!,->.   Lots 11!.  17. Blk 3(1. ������  Lot :����. Blk.'Wi.  Lot 17. IS. Blk 37.  Lot 21. I!lk,:i7.  Lot o, Blk 38. ,      ���'  Lot 10. Blk 38 ���;  Lot, IS. Blk 38  Lot 4. Kile lid, ,     ������  Lot HI. Blk 39.  ot 2.'). Blk 42.     l ���'   '  Lots'17. IS.cBlk 43.  Lot 2(i. & 4 of 27, Blk 43  Lot2!l. 151k 43.  Lot 3(1. Blk 43.  Lot 17. Blk 8.->.  Lot 24. Blk 8S.  Lot l.'i. Blk fill. ������'  Lot S i of Hi Hlk 84. ������������   -  Lot 2ii, Blk 89.     ,  Lot lo. Blk 90,  Lot'3,"). Blk f>0.  Lot, 7. Blk ��ll.  Lot S. Blk 91.  Lot  15. Blk 91. -       t  Lots 3. 4. Blk 92.   ' a  Lots 7. S. Blk 93.  Lots 15. Hi. Blk 94.  Lotft 9. 10. Mlk 9(i. ���'  Lots 8. 9. 10. Blk 97. ���     "  !*7.  j s   -  ���J s  Taxtss "^ji'  I    *w-\  >--i*    I  'Ji 3  Total  * 2 40 *   25  2 S0| 30|  1 W I5|  13 80| 1 50  3 20! 35!  .T 20' 35!  38 40l 4 20|  w  j Lots 43. 44. Blk  I Lot, 7, Blk 21, bVriilr  'Lot 2. Blk 21  |Lot 10.'Blk 13.  iLotii. I'.lk 13.  iLots 1. 2. Blk   'I. r    ���'  ��� Lot 10. Blk 25.  'Lots. I'.lk 25.  Lot 7. Blk'25. l    "  1 Lot \V * of 5. Blk Vi.  Lot 9   Blk 23.  iLol-H.'Blk 19.  I Lot 10: Ulk 19.  'LotS. Blk 2(i.     *  I Lot :i. Blk 20.  1 Lot 1. Blk 27.  (Lots 15. Hi.   Blk  2.  Lots 19. 20. Blk 3.  Lots 3. 4. Blk 5. Lots 18. 19 Blk 10.  Lois 9. 10. Blk 0.  iLots 17. IS. Blk 7. Lot 13. Ulk 13,  Lot 305S O   1    Lot  35511 CI.    Lot 3557 CI.  Lot  3558 CI.    Lots 2S9 i*c 187 C 1  Loi  3010 CI  Lot S05 CI ....  Ifilko  4 40,  2 00  4 00  2 00  3 20,  3 1101  1 40  3 20  2 001  2 40,  3 00  3 2t��l  I 20  1 HO  2 00  2 40  2 40;  2 401  12 SO' .  4 00  5 l>0  li 00  4 80  ti 40  ti 80  ���i 80  ti'40  3 40  4 SO  2 40  3 20  5 m  4 00:  I 80  4 00  1 00  1  20  12  15  5 40  4 00  3 20  1 20  2 00  20 00  .!    5 40  1   :i 20  ! A -��!  '   3 00  ! 3 W)  ' I M  i 5 (K) ,  ! 9 (��)|  . I 3 201    ,  .' 1 2()'i  .' I 201  . I 2<)l  .! I <H)i  , 2 flW|  ! 1 20!  !    1 20  I    I 20!  '    I 00.  ,    2 001  I    I 801  1  20,  ,    I  20;  I    1  40  I 18 10! -J  .! 10 251 I  .[, H) 40(    '  35 131  .! 15 33'  .' 7 20|  .���    5  10'  20'  45|  20  35;  40i  13  35,  20  23l  40j  35  |5I  20;  25  1  40  45  1^1  c* Ii3  55  70  75  5''J  70  35!  55!  -5!  351  (i0|  45  "20  45  15  15'  1 35|  (501  451  35  15  20  2 20  bO  35.  ���r'l  40,  15'.  i>0  I 051  , :��i  15;  15,  15,  I01  ��� :*i��*  15.  15'  15'  15i  10  20'  20  13  15'  15  2 00  101  I   15  3 85  1 70'  5��l  I  I 2 00'  2 00  2 001  2 OO]  2 00'  2 00|'  2 00|  2 001  2 00,  2 00,  '2 001  2 00|  1 (JO,  2 OO.'  2 OO1  2 00,  2 OOi  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2,00  2 00  2 00  2 00  ? 4 'J5  3 10  ��� i 75  17 30  5 35  5 55  44 CM  i\ 90  4 20  ii 45  4 20  5 55  tj 00  3 35  3 55  4 20  4 (55  li 00  5 55  20  (55  ti5  (55  2 (XII.   lll_20.  2 00       li 45  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  '2 00  2 00  2 00  2 (X)  2 00  2 00  , 2 001  2 00|  2 00  2 00|  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 (X)  2 00  2 00  2 OOl  2 001  2 001  2 '00|  2 00i  2 00,  2 001  2 00,  2 00,  2 00  2 00  2 OOi  2 00;  2 00,  2 00,  2 00'  2 001  2 OOj  2 (MM  2 00i  2 00''  2 00'  2 00  2 00|  2 00,  2 001  2 00  2 00|  2 CM)!  2 00,  2 001  8 20  8 (55  7 .'55  9 10  9 55  7 35  9 10  5 75  7 35  4 ti5  5 55  8 20  li 45  4 00  15 45  3 73  3 35  15 80  8 00  ti 45  5 55  '   3 33  4 20  24 20  8 00  5 55  (1,05  5 35  (I 00  3 75  8 20  12 05  5 '55  3 35  3 35  3 35  3 10  5 10  3 30  3 35  3 35  3 35  3 10  4 20  4 00  .1 3 35  3 35  3 55  22 10  13 35  13 55  41 00  19 05  Ki 00  7 05  Ot/tiiici mih, zoo;  A. C. NELSON.  Aw>��.>r,  Furl Slrflf AnHnfiiiieut IH*tfirf, I't/ii Steele, Ii. (J.  ilicni i' wesi li.ll i Ii mis to point or loiiimem-e-  nipiii     1,111 noil I Uh iIiin of St pi   imil  (.   I IU N'T    1  -*i    Cominint nif;    it    i   posi   one li.ilf   mile,  soiilli of (1   II1111I s 1 1 urn niiuUul M  C   Hunts]  soutlmcst i onu 1 post Uieiui' noitli   id cliains  KOTICB.  v  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  Anyone scmlln^ a nkotnh nnd description niiiy  quickly imiMirlaiit our opinion free whether mi  liivem ion ly probably patentable. Coniniunlcii-  llittiHMtrlcllyeoiilliieiitlal. Handbook on I'utunlt,  .sunt li'tie. Oldest aiieii(,y for Hccnrtng patentn.  - rnt.entu taken t.itruuuti Miinii & Co. receive  special notice, vriiboiii clinrKC, In tlio  Scientific Jffnerican.  A ImiKtannicIy illustrated weekly. TjirgcM- cir-  nilntiuti of jinj- Kficntttlc jtnirnul. Terms, fit n  yvnr; four months, ?1.  Sold by nil ��iewMrieaI��r��.  MUNN & Co.361Broadw^ New York  llrancb Offlco, tai F BU Waalilnnlou. I). C.  17  1101 Hi ori.   C  Hose's t In im   ln.ukpiir    Molici  It N s noilliiusi (onu 1   pcsi    llienti   <.(iiilli   10  lllllllls   LllClltO NNUSl KSU ih.iius  llienti* noilli -1(1  (linns   tliciici-   (.isl    1(^1   iliiiins   to   ponil  ni  (Oinmcnt emenl    l.oi .m ,1 ITtli (I.in of sept run  '���;,.     ��� '    ,;.     i-:. Monioni.F.'v,  IS. Cominenoiiit; lit n ppsl noilli of nnd :ul-  joiiihig ,!���:. Mobei'le.v's ("liiiin. iniiiketl 10. C.  Colcin'iiii's soutlieiist corner l��ist tlicnc-e noilli  IO clniiiis, ihencc west ,!('.(> chains, thence ...south  in clniiiis. thence, eusl Hill clniiiis to point of  coniiiicni'iiiiieiil.   l.iiciiteil'lTtli iln.v or Sept.. lfllW  K.C. CO 1.10 MAN  111. Coininencine; nl :i POKI onc-lialr niilo.  iioi'lh of l'i. 0. -Goleiiuui's elaliii. innrlieil l'V  Moljc.i'liiy's noi'llicitst coniorposi llioncc' sonlli  lliehniiis. I hence west ICO chains. Hitmen ninth  ���Id chains, thence oust ICO chains to |,olni of  coniiiH.'i.i'ciiieiit.    LiM'iiii'il ITili iliiy of Sept. I'.lllll  ]���:. MOK'KHI.kS'.  - -id. , (.'iiuiinc.iiciiii.'' iii.ii pnsl ' north .of anil  ailjolnlni; K.. Molierlcy's c'lniin. miirkod ll.  Molioi'li-y'ssoiithcasl corner post, tliuiici: norlli  liiehahis, Ihencc west l��l chains, tluinei!' soutli  Kleliains, thencc easl 1(1(1 cliains lo polnl or com-  iiic.nceiiieiil.     Local,-I nth .lay of Sept.. I'.uill.  (1. MOI.IKKI.KV'  HI. (;,iiniiiciicini.r al a post cast of the While  Kivci'op|���isilc. K. Coleiiiairs cliiini. marked (1.  .Mol.oi-ley's soiiiliNvest conier post, thence north  eiKhly eliaiiis. llicnc, cast ciKlny chains. Ilionc,  sniilli nlKlity chains, i.lieiit-c nv,cs1 eliriiiy chains  In point of coiiiiiiehecineiil.    ' '  Loealcil lutli iln.v of Si'l'l- 1W��.  i:.M(iiii;i(i,i:v  ���ii. Comiiiencin^al a l��'S( nne-liallmile south  of (1. .Molierlcy's claim, iiiarkfl (.:. IIinn's  southwest cornel'post, iliciiee norlli III chains,  thence east ICO chains, tbencc soutli  10 ehainii,  Administrators Notice.  Vulieo is herehN -inch llinl  ill neililois  of      '~*l*l*'  <l��>s aftei   'late the  undersiKued m-  the Ksi.ite "f  the Lite John llrassiek  are  re-    icnUs to apply  t�� the Chief Commissions   oi  ��� 1 nil ocl on in bffoie the 17th (lav of Novomhei.    l-ands and  Works at  Victoria   M.C., for  p��i  1H0I lofyloNNilh Harvej   &  MeCarter of  Foil \ in"��N��"*  l*> purchamr  tile  folloNNin^  .lesuubed  tlieiiiLcasI KiOchniiis  tlience south 40 i h.iins. | Steele Solit hois for Iloliert  Doinpsey  Admin-   lnn(il-     Comnicncmif at the post of  the  iiotiti-  theui'c uest KiOelinins to  point  of commence- I isti.uoi. a siatemeiitoi then accounts and  Ihe   <*HNtcoiaei ot II. Darlinns' purchase near U��l-  mi m        LiK.ilcil I'l'th iI.in or Sept    1'ifll ; iiiituie of these, in it} n an n held Iin   tliein  and    '��vt.in   thence nest 80 chain-   them e  north  SU  M  C   HUNT     I lal��e  notice  Unit after the said   lTth   iIkn   oi , "haul*  thence eaHSo ehsins  more  or  less  to  M    CoiiimeiH.nir    ,,    ,   nnsi   ,���,ei,���if   ,���,i.. ' N~0*-cniljoi   ihe Hilmiiilstiaioi   will piocecd lo ' lUe ���������� -Souilicrn K��il��aN rl^ht oi way,theuc*  south  of  M    C    Hunts tliim    maVkcrt   O   CV I d.st..l��Uo said   EsLle hat,,,,, ,e,ard  o���l> lo , ^���,h  .Ion,  the sHid ri^ht of vray to the pl.t.  Hon ssmtlnMsttoinei posi   tliinte  noith   ,0 ! H'O .(counts then nled und nn,11 not he recpon  'huns then. eo.isil(.D chiins  th, nee south  -10   sihle to sHld r.stiite for any acd.unis not  fvled  it the nine of distribution.  Dal oil at Fort Steele. Oetolier 10th   111)1  HARVEV A McCAR'I"i:H  (-* Solicitors foi Administrator  otith -10  t h ilns thciiii nncsi li.o chains to point oi lom-  int lu'cmtnt     l.otnii d l'Uh tin  oi Sept   190!  C.  0  UOSI.  J.    ( omuiciK iiik    it   a   post one half   mile  south of (,   C    liosi -(linn liiuKid   l.    Hunts i  souLliNNOsi loinei post thi'nci   noith 10 iliains NOTICE,  ihemci isl ll.Oih nns tlientesiiuih 1(1 ihams. | si\tj ,l��>s .ifier date the undeisigned ni-  tliiinc wesi inn (huns to point oi (om- ! lends to apply to the Chief Coinimssionut of  nii'ini'iiKiil Lot itcd I'Mh iIin of s, pt I'Kll j i.aiHls.ind Woi Ws al Victoria U. C. for peril HUNT I mission to pmehase the follow nig descnhc"!  !& ( omnuiii ilie il i posi one half mile ' land in South i:asi Koolenaj bcuiiininif nl *  soulliofl. Hunt s 11 nni miiLiil M t lnlKin s j posi planted at the iiortheaHteorner of f.ot Nu  souiliNNt "i on ni posi tin uk iionh in (hams, I 4II1' Croup 1 thence south i>n ( halns to iu��  tliinci" cist liiiihinis ilicnci south III i haiiiti I northwest corner of Lot No. IWiS. Ihenee ei��st:i*<  Ihenct wesi 1i���I(1iiiiiis in point of commence- j 'chains to Ihe riKhi.of nnhn-of the Crow's Nest  iiienl.,' I'.ocaled IHth iliij-,,qf^ei)t.. liKW. I'ass Htiil'wiiy,' thence following.'Hit'-right of  Nvay of said railway to the place of lieginiilnit.  or bvguiuiUK ( outainmt'010 acres more or lei  l.ocited this 1th da> of Oclober. 1S0X  4i DUDI.KV DAIir.l^C*-  MfNKRAL ACT IM*  (roKM r.)  CKR-rirt("*T* or i-mpkotjimgnts  TIT  -CEI.'l  M.CHILTON  -fit.'   Comineiicinj; ai  a' post soutli of and ad-  joiiiini; 'MV Cliilton's! ylapn. ' imu-keil   SV.   li.  Chilton's noi'lliNvcsl eoruer post, thence south  ���10 cliains. thence east Il'i0:cliiiins7theiice  norlli \  10 j('.liaiiis._llieiico  west. li'.O cliains lo'polnt of j  t-otiiuicnccnieiii.. yl  I'.di'iiteil I'.'th ilayi'l'Sei)i.,U��0:i.    ,....:...  ���i- y y .....    . 7.. .Y ,...w..,it. ciin.TON  eonlainiue; lf>J.aeres more or less.  .Dated 34th September. I'.MM.<  'to '     Kr.r.KN i.und;  NOTICE.  FOK  T\TJ-r..KNTJi  LODK-  MINKRAr. CLAIMS.  Situati* in tlu* Fort Steele MiuiiiJ-  Division nf Hast Koolenay District.  Where, located':���. On . Shepherd1*  Ciiiloh ami noiilder ('.'i-eek. Wild Horse  f.'reek... 7'     7"'',.    ...',.���  TAKK .VOTICK that. I, David -Newell. ��� free Miner's c Oertiticate No.  B7.'lKil ajrent..for David GriHith, Prec  Minei-'ri Oertilieul.e No. B��(Mi97, iutend.  -sixty   days     from, the   date     hereof,  for   a  WANTED  A mull Hi |-|.'|i|-(.'.sellt ������('ANAIi.n'S  (iHKATKS'l! iXUHSKUllCS" ill llni Iiinvii nf  l.'orl. Slcelc nnd siirniniidin"; counlry.  ninl laki' orders for '  OUR   HARDY   SPECIALTIES  Ih  Fruit Trees,  Small   Fruits,  Ornii-1  '  mental Shrubs, Roses, "VineB        I  Secd: Potatoes, &o.  j ,     NOTICE. '        ,  I     Sixty  days   after dale  the  undersigned   In  | tend  to apply  to the Chief Commlrtitiontir. of ��� to '.apply' to the'M.ininjr lleiiordei'  j 1.amis and  \Vorlis atp'^'prp- >'��� C-. <��[ Wpj CNirt.iliiMlle  of   IniproveineiiW  for  the  piir|jo��edf  olitainiiij,'-  a Crown   firaiit  of t he above claim.  And further,lake notiee Unit, action,  under sect ion .'17.. iiniMt. Im; eoiiiiiieneed  liefore the issuance of such C.'crtilleatv  of I inprovemeiilH.  Da Mid Ihis lillh day'of Oct.. 1'JIW.  t:i    / DAVID  K. ,\--K\V>:iiL  nilssiou lo piiichuse Ihe folloNvint; tleseillied  land in Soutli I'.iinI iNootenay: l>ei,'liiiiliiK' ��1 a  post plaulcd at the northeast corner of l.oi No.  IHI'.l. thence iiiuiiliiK HI chains to the soiitheasit  corner of Lot Nik I'.MKl, III,-nee north K0 ch��liis-  to lhc|noi'ihe:is( corner of Loi No. IWfifl, theiice  IlIoiik the riitht of iviiy of the Crow's Nem l'us.s  U-illway to the place of l>eifluiiini.',7.'oii|.Hlnliii:  1".*�� acres more or less., '  Dated -.'Ith September. I'.m:i.      .''','  CILCIK I.I'ND.  J.   HIGH WARDEN.  Stock truc'to nanii' and fi-c'c I'l-oiii S.-ui  .lose Scnlc. ��� .\ piM-iiiitiicnl position- for  l lu- riclil iiuiii im i'i1,licr ���salary or commission. ���  Stone &. Wellington  I'-DNTIIILI.   NUKSKKIK  (iver son Acres  TOIUXNTO,  PIONEER   BARBER SHOP  Hvorytliin^ Strictly First Class.  ONTAKIO -i        Next docrr to the Pronpectar.  ' NOTICE.  Noilee Is-hereby (.'iven liiai. ��lrty dnjrn  ��.ftei  ! dale 1 Intend to apply lo ibe Chief Coiiunlsuloii'  er of I.��nds and Works (or pcnulsaion  to  pur  clmse   the  I'olloNTius dexirihed   l��ndK   iu   Kim  Ivonieiiuy:    Coinuienciiii; am post   planted   ��t  llic mouth of �� aloui,'h on lim e��si  side of  tli��  Kooteuny Klver mid iucludiut all   the  i��laud��  io the Kuulemiy river north of an id  post  opposite und adjacent to Lot is: Group  1   Kt>,ileti�� j  DinlrkH. K") acres iiunr or le*s:  Dmed Uiis lCUi d��y of Seju.. 1WJ.S.  .*�� '    ' JUDSOX ii. I>ANttJLJ��Y.  / THE PROSPECTOR; FORT STEELE, B. C, NOVEMBER 14.  1903!  1  For  Soft,  White,  Fragrant  SKin,  Use  BABY'S  OWN    SOAP  So other   Soap   l<  jmt   ni   good.   03:  ALBERT TOILET SOAP  CO., Mfrs. MONTREAL.  THE MASTER MECHANIC* l'i [[*��� ���i SCU*'  r^riucrs, fcpurtitur         ),uita*v.    AJLert Toilet Ucmji Co, ilfl i. iluiitrwJ. 7  C   .IIASICK.   iUIiWllrt.iiw    La and ��uftens Ui�� iJcia, while prgtuptij- cIchuiUuk it  Lrre��ae   oil, ru��t, etc.     lu>��lurtljle for  iuvvUaiuls,  hcTa, hportitUrU.    pTCC JMtlll^ii" ���� riri ��*ip:   of S�� fur  North Stars Lodge  ��Jte ^i^$ti>ctor.  SATUKDAY,  NOV.   II,   WO'I  vTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTnTTTTTnTTTrTnTTTTTTTm-:-  1   LOCAL NEWS.  I  ���.-iiuaiiiiuuuiiiiauiiiiuuuuiuiiiiiuii-:-  E.   .J.   C'aiiii ,was   tip from his  Kootenay river ranch Tuesday.  Al Doyle was at'CranbrooIc on  business Motiday.  J..T. Laidlaw returned  from a  visit to Trat'.v creek Wed Monday.  Win.    Shira   and    L\    Jensoii,  Wa-sii, wt'i-c in town Wednesday,  Mondav wii-s tho King's, birth  dav.  NO. 30,  A. F.AKD'A. M.       G. R. B. C.  KOKT STP.KI.K. II. C.  Kciiuliir meetinKs���1st Tuesday In oac-b  moiuh at eii,'ht o'clock. Vislilnj; Hivtliern an  corillally invited.  K.ll; Kiver Lodi;e,  Fernie. rocular mot.-r.iiii,';.  iif.-M tlrst I-'rlduv-Of each uiontii. _ _   _   '_.  Uranbrook Lodsu. Cranbrook   regular rat-c't-  inj,'s held on the third Thursday of tiue'li nioiuh  The public school   was   Hosed  Monday.  Joe  Tai'iihiiusi'r,   Jr..   was   at  Wicsii Tuesday mi business.  Imperial Bank of Canada  CAPITAL AUTHORIZED $4,000,000  CAPITAL (paid up) - - $2,983,896  REST ACCOUNT      -    -   $2,636,312  Heaid    Office-Toronto.  'J'. U. MKKKITT, President,   I).,It. WII.KIIO. Vico-IVes. iintl (Jen. Mini.  ACJRNTS    IN    liltKAT    MIUTAIN     l.lny.ls    |i:l���U.   7-   l.uiiiliiir.l   Si.,  I.iiiiiliin.  A Utrueml Haiikiiiu J tii-diiiw-, Transuded.  ��j    "Savings Bank Department --Interest allowed on deposits.  I   Cranbrook Branch. F. H., MARSH. Manager..  iJ^n^iilfuVKriJiiEnWhlii!^^  ti- Canadian Bank ol commerce i  HEAD OFFICE ��� TORONTO.  I':ii(l >.i|i rnjiilitl W,7(10.(100:  ICcmtvc KiiimI $:i.(l(i(l,()l)(i:  A����recall.- Itcsoui-cos Over *7.r>,<)<)(),0()('.  I.iuuliin Office; (IO l.omlun-J Street, I). <.'..  Nt-NN  \dik office;  11! i:\cliiiiiKe l'liiee.  #  *      And 104 brauulien iu Canada, the United Stales and Hriiidh Columbia.  I   Cranbrook Branch.,  F. C. MALPAS, Manager.  Ihii'vi'V went   to C'rsiii-  brook Wednesday on   leual busi  J.   A  uol  llu'-sS.  The best assortment of ijonu-  ine Briar Pipes al Tnenhau>or\s  Cii?ar Store.  H.   ','jKorshaw,    Sr., returned  from a business  frip "to Calvary  Tuesday.  J. Hiil.riF. Secretary..  Mr. W. T. Johnston   will   con-    j duct ihe 'Service in   the  Presby-  Rockv Mountain Chapter,   |lerjaii  cluuvh  Sunday   evening  , '    ! next at 7:o*(> p.m.  NOW    IS   THE    TIME   TO   INVEST   IN  Morrissey Mines, B.C.  .Speaking  of   Ilu*  causes underlying whal   may bo almost called, ji real estate revolution in this section, I '  nii^ht say that the process has been one ofanyt hin��' but artificial   inllation. ,    True.' the   revolution   has' come  with comparative suddenness, but this is due the progressive policy of The Crow's Nest Pass Coji.1 Company, to  which it is indebted I'or such a powerful impulse. ' ,",'-  The 'company's expenditures iu this section's interest are now counted by the million instead of by the  dollar.' This is sin era of "Teat development in the Crow's Nest. Pas's. The marvel is not that the stimulus is  here, but that it was delayed sirlon^. The rise is substantial, and there is not the least likelihood of anylhint*;  in the nature of a relapse. .   _..    .. ,   '    a.     , ,_ ���, ��� ' T_..__i 1  NO. 125.,IX. A. M.  FORT 3TEEI.K. H. C.  Regular meeiiug-.i���2nd Tuesday ,in  each month at uight o'clock.  D S. (-{ultHer, su|>erituehdent  of the Cold Kiver Mining-and  "Power Co '. was at Steele Monday.  i  Sojourning Coinpanioiis'ai-t; cordially    . The reirular monthly  convoca-  iiivitea.'       ' ' - "   tion of Kocky Mountain Chapter  R. L..'V. Oalhp.aith Sm-ibe K.  Professional.  was held at Masonic Hall   Tuesday evening.  On the contrary, developments will proceed'and values will ascend in an accelerating r:i,tio. ���  There can be no more significant sign of the coming prosperity in Ihe Crow's Nest Pass, tha.n Iho plans  which the coal company arc-now puiting into effect for greater development, of their properties, and tho enormous demand ior the product, of their mines and coke ovens. ��� '  As the population increased in Pennsylvania with tlio development of the great coal properties there, ,so  will it increase in the-Crow's Nest Pass ' , ,      ���>        .  Only those whoyhayp watched the development of the coal and coke industries iu other sections, can  grasp the certainties of; a. future not far off, and in-o faking advantage of the conditions here by" in vest ing at the  riglft time in the'right place.       < ' ��� ',.'"  Write me for particulars  Oeo S  McCttiter. J. A. Harvey  ���HARVEY & MoCARTBR  Barruilerx,   SolicMorx,    >  - Noturieti   I'uhltc',  CunKiyu/nctm ct<\  PORT  STP.KI.K, U. U.  ItKVKLSTOKK STATIONjiiid OOLUKN    >  COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY'" MADE.  W. R. ROSS  Barrister  Solicitor  NOTARY    PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER.   .  ���Port \Steele,   H.    C  TH OM AS    McV 1TT1 hi  Port Steele B.C.  KlJIl'l' S'I'KKI.K  IIKVKI.OHMKN'I'Synihoatk Ltd  IM !.(-H(t(!nli!tl! Street, London. KiiKlunil.  N. A. WALLINOER, KOHT STEELE.  POST OPPICK KOX H.  - ������Ann's" age'i.s now out, she  tcied to keep it quiet," but a lot  of, people liave caught on that  she is ,1a.  A proclamation has been issued  postponing rhe celebration ' of  His Majesty ' King Edward's  birthday from Xoveinber 9th'to  Tuesday, May L'4th, 1904.  THOMAS CRAHAN, Agent  .__^yMorrissey Mines, B. C.  **#*#��*******#****##**��*#^**��^****����************^***>��  Walter McNeish came down  from Perry crock Wednesday.  Me reports, that considerable,  work is going on among the  placer mines in that vicinity.  A touch of winter was felt, on;  Saturday ixnd Sunday last. .The  mountains were while with'.snow  and the, ground was slightly  covered at  Port Steele.  H, KERSHAW,  Grocer  Fort Steele, B. C. ,  o  FRESH FRUIT/  Best Tanglefoot 'FLY PAFFR  *  A Full Line of Patent IVIedicine  *  *  *  *  #  *  *  *  *  Fort   Steele  Cigar   Store  JOE TAENHAUSER. Proprietor.  J. G. CUM MINGS  CIVIL   ENGINEER  Provincial   Land   Surveyor  . PORT  STEELE,  U. C.  GEARY   &  DOYLE.  Livem, Feed & Sale Stable.  Fort Steele B.O  Ku>riilai'  Duily  Stag-*'.  iiiei-t-��  all  ti-nin.- aL fori Sii't;le Juaciion.  SADDLK &  PACK  HORSKP  11  iMIN'li Ol-  A I.I.  KIN1��S A S1MCIAI.T\  DR. SAWYER, V. S~i  Oflicc aiicl Stable*  Cornel" l'i ,  '7 Galbraith and Hazel Streets  Fort Steele, B. G.  OKl'Ml.'K DAYS: ..\l<iiiduy, Thuis-  <lay iiml Siii.ui-ility nL Sii:��l<-:  Fort Steele  Diamond Jubilee  w/osa.Moss.      Hospital  MurmiH.  liiiifltiitttt of Si. 1.nlies Uosiillnl.  Viiiidonvi.T. II. (.'���  'I'lii.s . lnnl,il,iil,ioii ha.s Imiiii. [���(���i:i-.iil.ly  <Mil:ii'ui.-d by a iiuivwiiijf whlnlr i.s ikinv  ofxMi fin- ri'(',c|jl.i(in (if . |)at.l<!iit.M. 1'Vir  teriiiH :i|i|ily to  Miss li.-.Moss,   or   .I. K. Smith, Sec.  Mutron. Poll Steele, B.C.  The' ma]) of the Dominion df-:  Canada now being issued by The  family Herald and Weekly Star  of Montreal is the only map in  existence to show the new Alaskan boundary. Tt is said to be a  most complete map, and should  be in every home in Cauadii. It  is only one of three .valuable  premiums given with that, great  pjiper this year.  Tl is suggested that, the Scotch  men of the Fort Steele district  meet some evening to arrange  for a supper on St. Andrew's  day. This is certainly a good  idea and ' we trust the sons of  ������Auld Scotia" will not let the  matter drop.  ,*  LADIES DRY GOODS.  A  I'Miii"   hint;  ot  Cigars, Pipes and,Tobaccos  Billiard Room  W.vrrniMAiCKU ami  ,ikwki.|.:i{  ENGRAVING and REPAIRING  PERIODICALS  Toys,   Books   and   Stationery  -���^rr  CARLIN  & DURICK  GENERAL   MERCHANTS  Fort  Owing to urgent business, it  will be impossible for Prof. Hepburn. Mr. and Mrs. Williams, to  fulfill their engagement at Steele  on Nov. lhth. The next meeting  of dancers will take, place on  Nov. iTith.  Do you want the news of the  approaching session free? Subscribe for the victoria daily  timks. 190-1. and receive the  paper free, until the end of the  year. This offer is for cash-in  advance- subscribers to the. Daily  ($;"i.00) or the Twice-a-week(*1.00)  Full ' and Y impartial .reports,  lu.sjV'-tone cuts of members, car-  loons arid corrider gossip. Four  page colored . coin if. supplement,  every Saturday. Tieinif to the  ���'���Times''',  Vjotdria. 7   -  Steele,  Sole Agents for the  East  Kootenay  GeneraI���Merchatit AND  Liquor Dealer*.  Gciiiton steel  COMPANY  Thts Steel is guaranteed to be equal lo .lessop's  or   Firths in all  Hard Rock Work.  Sole Aornts  Sole   Aoents  Till-: .viAS'i'i'iu- m'ki.'iianics i*i.jiti��: ta.ii  MlAI'     lll-illtl    MIKI'   K(lfllJII>i     lln-      st'lll!       NN'lllllf  l>rijui|j|ly i-l'-ansiiii.: ll nt i;ri-.iiN<:, (ill. ninl, iili^.  I fi vnl null li- riir m*trli,'iiili'h. riiniifrs. NpiirlMiiH'ii.  I 'i��*i- km ,ri (il.- ftn ilM'^ij.il (ifyic. for |iiist.iii:i,'.  Allil'll'l'iilll:!  Snii|i On,,  Mfi-N Kl l III Ill-Ill.  NOTICE.  'I'ulK' N'i>ii<'<: lliiu. ��lxty "Iii.vm nri(!i' ���liil��- 1 lull: ml l'i nni In: !i|i|illi-:ii.iiiii In I hi' (:iili-f (:<iiii iii Ih-  .'liiin:r nf I.iiihK ami Wnrlis. Vli:tiiila, fur inyi-  inKsifiii in jnif'fliiiK" I In- IfilliiNvIni: 'IcSf-rllicd  Iiiii<Ii iii Soin.h Musi Kiuili'iiuy : ('fiiiiiiiciiHiiK  nl a )iiiint mi lln; iii"i.li Imiilc uf Sl'ilni; Cfi:i-li.  uliiiiil uiii'-liall mill' li'i'iii 1'i'iry cici'li. Ilu-iifc  wi'sl in i-liiilns. ilii'iiri- tinrlli -JO I'luilns. tlli:iii:i:  ��� '.hm   Hi i'luilns,   ihi'iii'i'  sunt l'i  -,'(l i'luilns in llii-  IHlifll lit I'llllllllt'lH'i'llll'lll. I'lifllllilllll^   .SO iiiTt",.  UiileJ u! (.'raiilfl'iiuh. (ii'liilit'i Ulsl. I'JiW.  lo liOHKRT O. JENNINGS.  Grows Nest Goal company  Giant Powder Gompanu.  ~ Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber,.      A large assort- ^5  r              menl of seasoned Lumber and Shingles alwjvys *-^  ^                                              on liiind                                   c rs  =            DIMENSION*   LUMIiER    ,A      SPECIALTY. =��  I      WflSfl, ��� - - BG. 1  Port    Steele  revving    Co,  Mining Supplies a Specialty.  Agents for the   MASSEY    HARRIS.   CO., Limitedy   ' " y. >.  Farming   Implements.  FORT STERLE,  B,  C.  MANUFACTURERS     and     BREWERS    OF    KX'TltA*   I? I NIC  ^     PORTER  Gharles P. Campbell.  Tlllv UNDICirrAKliR.  EM BALM I NO  A  SPECIALTY  OI'EN   IJAY  A,ND   NICIIT.  L  Tki.ki'uonk ���>:���{. I'iist Officio Mux  \2  CRANBROOK, B. C.  BEER  SOLD   'BY   THE.y BARREL,    KEG   OR    BOTTLED  lifiltled beer fin- family use a specially  OUTSIDE ORDERS OT YEN SrlvRTCT $ PROMPT ATTENTION  SATISF^  Mutz & Seott, Prop's.  Port  Steele  Meat Market,  T. ROBERTS,  Proprietor.  Fresh and Salt Meats Always Ou Hand.

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