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 J. F. Armstrong  ��� ru-trui injTJT'Vinni"iriiTruTn.riruTri  2'       MIMKKAI.   IMIODIJOTION   OF  e,     r.A.vr kootk.ww mvision  gj IN    I'.hii      $2,850,280  -rilrilriJxri!riln!njixijaruuinjuiJiJinjiru r  ������?nsvTS\nrj\ririsvris\rcrix\l\sTSTSV\rm.i  MIS'I'I'AL   I'HODL'CTION-   OK  UIOTlSIi   COLUMWA   IN   1W)1  S20,7I3,501  a  s ,     r,  *iruiJxrinjirijijijTj-LruTJuijijiji/uirLf��  Vo/. S.  FORT STBBLB, F3. C,  SATURDAY, NOVBMBBR 3, 190*3.  No 45.  New Advertisements To-aay, '  Notice���Michael McAnci no\  IMilli Milli-i  K<Uwn 11  Hi uk'  .1.  1)   OlIKlnll  KlU'ii CuiKim  Louis fliipp  , ll. 10. Kciiiliiil  .    ������ llusi Ciiilsnii..  Cliiirlii' I'm Is.ni.  Ili'iruui Ciiilsnii  *'  ,        Uiu (':nl-nii  Mis. Mii'liiicl  MiAiii-im-y  .1   !���'. I ilium Hy    ��� ������ ���  .1. II. Smllli       11,1111.- L  .siuilli.  ,1. II. I'KllllL'l- ���'������  Amur S. I'i-ilhi-i  rtl.TI)ii>    . ��� ���  '.Mis. A   Nclilis;          Noticf���A. H.'lM|i|<u-U    . ���  Nolli-c���.1. A. 1 l����i \ ������> '.   ...  I'lIRr  ".  Personal.  I). Monroe  visited   Granbrook  Monda.y.  i  \  'i  s  \  7��J  * l     t  :\  L. ,M.   Adams  returned   i't-oiu  the St.'Mary's district Tuesday.  1 Tarry Mather returned to   Iho  Cherry Creek ranch Thursday.  '    David (J liftith came down I'rom  Wild Horse creek- Thursday.  IJ.    Haines,'   Cranbrook-,    was  visiting al Steele Saturday last.  D. Monroe and II. Eller   visited Cranbrook,Thursday.  Government Agent. Annst rong  visited Cranbrook Thursday.  r     A.   Bale,   Marysville.    visited  ' Steele Saturday last.. ,  '  Al   Doyle    visited  .Cranbrook  Wednesday.  Raymond Hin/., Elko,   attended court at Sleele .Wednesday.  II. W. Ross is at   Spokane   on  business.  C. It. Palmer. Cranbrook, was  at the Imperial Monday.   ,.   >  Ned   Bray   and  Robert Little  visited ferry creek'on Tuesday.  1   J as. Carroll.   Kimhnrloy,   was  in town Tuesday.  R. 'Holme,   Canadian  Express  auditor, wa.s in town Thursday.  .1. MoKorohor, Pernio, was  at  the Imperial Thursday.  Ceo.     Breinner,     Cranbrook-,  was at Steele Wednesday.  D. Hayes, Fernie, was in town  Wednesday.  Judge .1.11. Porin was  at  the  Imperial Wednesday.  .1.   W.   Robinson.- Cranbrook-,  was in Iown Wednesday.  M. King, Cranbrook, was in  town Wednesday.  R. I), and Harry-Mather came  down from the Cherry creek  ranch Wednesday.  I*. .1. Peltier. Cranbrook. was  in iown Wednesday al lending  court.  Barrister .1. A. Harvey was at  Cranbrook Thursday on lean I  business.  Cns Theis and Olio Burgo,  Perry t reek, were in (own Saturday last.  Colonel and Mrs- Henderson  were up Troiii I lie ranch Tims  day.  Barrister 11   Ilerchmer. Pernio  attended court at Steele Wodnos  day.   ���  A. .1 Batch, Vancouver, representing llic Ames llo.l'do'n Co.  was iii"Yowii Wednesday.  liarfisters, Morley, Curd and  Thompson, Cranbrook, were attending court at Sleele Wednesday.  C Matthew, Greenwood, representing the B. C. Mining .to-  <���.,|, spent several days in! town  during II"' Vital, wciek-  The American Cup.  New York, Nov. K.---Although  Ihe race between ' English and  American yachts is a year hence  much attention is being  paid   to  the men who compose lhe new de  lender syndicate Mr. C Oliver  Isolin who arrives i'rom Europe  next week, has given up a two-  year lour of the continent '.o  manage the new yacht. The  other members of th<? syndicate.  Elbert di. Cary, .lames .1. Hill.  Clement (irisconi, William !'���  Leeds, Norman B. Roam, William^  lioclcfeller. Henry Wallers, P.  A. B. Widener aud Cornelius  Vandorbill. are multi-millionaires and in every way titled to  protect the prize which has rer  in a "mod in this country so long  The   now   yacht  will   be   ready  earlier than-any of her predeces  sors  and   il  is expected 1 hat the  Herroshopps will bo ready to lay  n <��� a f i-woa i\r-������=- -=-^--��� -"--^=���i  The Crand Lodge of British  Columbia litis granted a dispensation I'or Ihe establishment of a  Masonic/lodge in ({mud Forks.  The lodge will bo organized at  once.  An application has been made  fo the Grand Lodge ol B. C. for  a dispensulion' to establish a  lodge al Windermere.  to the effect that a large amoun  of development is \u\w'going, on  among the placer'mines   in   that  The' Thompson    outfit",   have elected 204congressmen and the .^est coal areas!  Democrats 17")  cleared the deep shaft of water  und commenced operations Monday with a .force of four men.'  They will work ail \yiiUer. ,  The steam shovel is now"abouf  a mile, above the falls, and  though considerable difficulty  has been experienced during the  past week'on account, of snow, it  is expected to reach Shingle  creek in about two weeks.' Ous  Thois was in Steele Monday and  secured some live hundred feet  of rone, which will ho' used in  assisting fh'o, steam shovel down  the steep "Tildes.  The Wisconsin'outlil who are  working above' the falls have  coinpleled winter ipiarlor-. and  will install a sawmill some time  during the winter. J. S. Trow,  manager of tho company is expected lo arrive at Perry crook  from the oast next wool-.  New York, Nov. (i.��� Governor  Odell,   Republican,   has'carried  New     York'    by  plurality. -' ���  Denver, Col.. Nov. (i-Peabody,  Republican, is"elected by a small  plurality. The Democratic congressional candidates are sup-'  posed to be running ahead of  their ticket. Later returns indicate that Colorado has elected  n full Republican ticket.  '  Tho following list indicate, the  result, of Tuesdays election.    '    <  * '      i       U.-in  Items of'Interest.  At Rossland. Monday, Walter  "Willis shot Robert Adams, the  men disagreed over the ownership of &1.7.">.  ' By aL premature explosion of  fireworks iu Madison Si pi a re  garden ten persons wore killed  and many injured.  Three and a half feel of high  grade ore has been uncovered in  lhe Le Roi mine.  The Bosun initio shipped a ear  load of zinc ore lo Kansas, to be  followed by regular shipments  from now on.1  Statements of claim in 13 of  the damage suits against, the  Crow's Nest Pass ('oal company  brought by widows and orphans  of miners killed in the disaster  at the Coal creek mine last May,  wore filed yesterday at Nelson  by Taylor * O'Shoa.'  The completion of the -'AH  lied" cable line was celebrated  at the Coast.  Sudbury copper miners are  seeking employment, in British  Columbia.;    "7 - .  A report thai, .1. P. Morgan is  about'lo'buy iip a.^sli.i.re in. Ilie  Staffordshire, 'coal fields has  created lively interest in . that  district. ,'������'���.-������  The New Coal  Town  ��� Pernio,-Nov. 7.     It   is   reported   here   that   the contractor en  gaged iii clearing the Coal   Coin-  pany's    new    townsile" on .Morrissey creek, has   received|; rush  orders to coinplele his work, and  thai., lots in the new townsile. will  be on ilu* market-��� in', about   two  week's.'    Surveyors arc  now   en  gaged   in   making   a   plat of the  i  new town  Republican House.  Washington,     Nov.     fi.���Dis  patches lo" Iho Associated   press  jforth Star and  Sullivan   mines,  show,that the Republicans have Wik] Horse Creek and the Crow's  Stilt.*.  Alabama   Arlcun-a-.       Caii Torn in..  < 'olnrucln   Connecticut.   . . .  Delaware   Florida..   ..r..   ...  (leoryia     ��� ..  Idaho   ItlinoU   Indiana  lo\\;u .     ...'    .  Kanwis    Kentucky.  Louibiiiuu   Maine   Maryland   Maribachii-ioilr-..' ...  M i<-hi<ran      Minnesota   MibMh��ii>|)i  .,   Missioni'i      Montana ....  Nebraska .'  Nevada. .   ..".  New llanipxliirt*.  Now .li'i'M'.v   New York     . .  Norlli Carolina.    .  North Dakota   .   ..  Ohio     Oiv��on   Ton nuyl van ia  Uhodo. Maud  .  Soulli Carolina    .  Souih   Dakota      Teiiiie-.-.oe   'IVxa��.  lilah ���"���  Yoi'iiiniii   Virginia  Waihiii'.Mon.     ���  Wi'-i Yiryiiiia  WiM'tm-siii  Wyoniinjj  Totals' "-..'. A,.,..  'Butte.. Moh't.  " New Locations. ,  .lay  Usher' has  made several  fiver    1:2,(100  locations on a  big' iron   deposit  near  the  headwaters  of  Dibble  creek.  'C. II. Pollen .has recorded the  location of a mineral claim on  Fenwick Mountain.      .    -  George .ludd has made a re-location of the N, Ray mineral  claim on Sullivan Mountain.  Seventeen applications for  coal licenses have been applied  for during the past week.  l-lir'ry Olson- has= recorded  several now mining claims, located on-Wild Horse creek.  K  e|).  t  i'  'A  11  u  1(1  ���t  1)  1  10  IU  1  ,    4  ���>  A  ���1  ](��  1  11  1  S  s  to  1  ,17  10  ���20  IT  ���'K  10  Nov  1711  0.--  l  :t  10  t  ...L'C'M  -'iVlon-  iana go'os Republican for congressmen. 7' In Silver ' How  County, iho. Ilein/.e. ticket elects  practically every thing including  tli'el.disfrict' judge. ,  A li.eiile.na.nl of W  was iti'i-esled cliargoi  t(*iii|il('d liriliery:  A. Clark-  will i   at*  Lumber.  The mills of Soiilheasf -Kooteniiy   are   still-'-kept 'busy   with  'oreign .orders-  for, all kinds   of t  nmber,    particularly '  finishing i  stock'.'    Logging camps   are   b<  ng established all over  the  dis meiils   and    seven    transfers, of  tricl and preparations  made  for mining properties.  industry of1 the Ko.otenays.    Mr.  Matthew  visited   Perry    credk.  Market Conditions.  ,    Complaints are. increasing  as  lo the lardy   movement   of   mail  matter in this district.  Cradual "improvement in  supply of coal ha.s restored activity among the smellers.  Recent indications of winter  has driven the prospectors from  1 he mountains.  Trade conditions are generally  good.      .  Rumors of Dissolution.  Montreal. Nov. fi.���T1 is reported hero that the Dominion  Cabinet will ask for-the dissolution of Parliament, pointing to  Sir .lohn A. Macdonald's action  in 1 S��1 as. a. firecedent. Some  Liberals set the dale of elections  I'or December 10th. Nothing has  been given out officially.    ,  TMining- Notes.  Rxtensive development will bo  done on flu* Silver Queen group,  work will bo continued all  winter.  Tho Tigor-Poorman group of  mines, situated on the Wild  Horse crook- divide, is rapidly  heing developed under the management of John P. Larson.  Prom all accounts this properly  is going to become a, very rich  one as Ihey have a, very fine  showing of galena and copper  ore. ���    , .." .'.'      .''���''  It is estimated, that the British  Columbia, mineral output for,this  year will be ��� at least ^l.diifU'HKI  ahead of last year.  The.--, mineral output of 'the  Dinted''States last 'year 'was  valuedfa.l over one billion dollars.    !    ���".  At the Govornvnent Otlice.  During the mouth   of   October  here wow. recorded f'wi now min-  ng   locations,   -ll   certificates of  work, six certificates of iuiprovo-  Q.nrinrinj^ru^riiy-irLruvuinriiiriruyy^  I Late Telegraphic News if  ^UiKhj-LnJiKi:CriJinjUuui^  Special io Tub Timsprcioii  KiNf: r.iwAim's rtuthday.  London. Nov. ���->. ��� Kimr Edward will be sixty-one years old  tomorrow. Beyond the customary salutes and the display of  Hags over' the royal residences  there will be no observance of  the anniversary, tho general  celebration of his Majesty's  birthday "being deferred until  May "0 in 'accordance w,il h a  wish expressed by the King  upon ascending the throne.  The King will spend the day at  Sandringham where he has con-  finned lo reside since, his return  Trisirrru^Tol"!TlT^nnTipT^w i"t lr~"i iie:  exception of a few short 'intervals spent in London. '  King Edward's Imperial nephew, the German Emperor, arrived at Sandringham today and  will remain here during the coming week. He is accompanied  by a small suite, including the  imperial chancellor and two  physicians. Though the visit  ostensibly is purely a personal  one there is every reason to believe that tho meeting, of'the  two monarchs will result in im"-  portant' international understandings, especially" as regards  South Africa, and more particularly Del agon Bay. which is so  vitally important lo Great Britain ,as an outlet lor her newly  acquired colonics. The presence  of King Carlos of Portugal in  England gives strength to this  surmise concerning llic impor  tanco, of Rmperor .William's visit  Tho Portuguese government, it  is'understood.'is willing to transfer some ;portions of its South  African territory to Britain rule.  Germany, however, is understood lo lie strenuously .opposed  to British trade securing such  an advantage at any rale unless  Portugal i.s willing to, placate'  Germany by granting her some  similar concessionaln_d it i.s believed lhat before ' the Emperor  and King Carlos leave England  a bargain will be arranged.  Pt't.P   WOOD   HKARIXI!.  New-  York.  ' Nov.  -The  Board of Classitication of the  United States General Appraisers today took up the hearing in  the wood pulp protest case of  lhe Saull Ste. Marie Paper and  Pul]) Company of Ontario.  The protest by the importing  firm is against the levying of a  countervailing duty on Canadian  wood pulp brought to the United  States. Over W protests have  been filed with the board complaining of lhe action of the  Treasury Department in levying  the additional duly.  ''|>r   I'.AllKV"   IN   flKKMAX.  Vienna. Nov. S. ��� David Belas-  co's piece "Du Barry," in wliich  Mrs. Leslie Carter is now appearing in New York, was produced for the (ir��t time in German hero tonight. PYau llelene  Odilon. the famous German  actress, appearing in, < the title  role., .The piece has been staged  in an elaborate ii);inner", and  promises fq.be a "notable success.  I.OKI)   MAVOIi'S-  HAY.      e- ,  London. Nov.' K��� Lord Mayor's  day falling tli is year on Sunday'  the 'celebration and historic  pageant attendant upon the installation of Sir Marcus Samuel  as the city's new chief magistrate will not lake place'until  Monday..- Today Sir Samuel was  formally sworn into office in accordance will) time-honored  custom. '  mi;   OKllKKS   l-'OK   FLOl'K.  Even-It. Wash., Nov. H.-~-The  Hour, mills   of   this city are now  working on-three consignments,  two for China and oiie for Vladi-  vostock.    The three  orders_ag^  grogate 23.000  barrels  of flour  and will be shipped this month.  ItlCFOHM   'IN     KXfM.lSII     PRISON'  SYSTK.M. '"  London. Nov. S.���In England's  four great convict prisons of  Dartmoor.' Portland. Parkhurst  and Borstal, young convicts are  in future lo be treated'as a class  apart, and every possible .means  will bo employed io keep them  from associating with older  criminals.' They will be officially  known as "juvenile adults," the  term applying to those who at  lhe time of conviclion are. til  years  of age   or   under.      The  .rfc.y.Lf-i;-nr��^i*-_^M, j i*ri'i/l ir^i n"-fOrC��1^=;<, ' ���-  Dartmoor, where schoolmasters  are employed in leaching the  youths. An ex-army officer,  trains Ihem in physical culture,  and they arc instructed in carpentry to aid them in earning a  living when liberated. Another  advance step in prison reform  has been made by lhe abolition  of oakum picking by female  prisoners. Tn its place needle,  work has been adopted, and it  will in future be the task,of the,,  women convicts to make their  own garments and also those of  the male prisoners.  NEW  SMELTER  PROCESS.  To   Be   Employed   in   Treatment  ,of  Ores of North Star Mine.   '  Ottuwa/Nov. '.',. ��� D.T>. Mann,  of Mackenzie tt Mann, with the  solicitor lor the firm, .1. ,N.  Grccnshields, K. C, have' loft'  ,1'or Toronto, en route to British  Columbia for' ihe- purpose of  making an important move in  the firm's mining interests in the  west. They arc going specially  at the instigation of a syndicate1  of Pittsburg capitalisls. who are  ini created in a new process of  smelting ores and lhe reduction  of gold values from low-grade  copper properties. '  Tho Norlli Star mine in East  Koolenay. one'of the largest in  the country, is a splendid low-  grade proposition, carrying silver values, and on this and other  properties held by D. D. Mann's0  companies, changes will probably be made to provide for the  now system.  Al  Ping-Pong-.  a   meeting   hold   Monday  evening:, a Ping-Pong Club was  organized for the coming winter  nights, and the Masonic Hall  secured as a club room at a rental of $20.00 for the first month,  and $10 each month after, the  club having use of piano, tables,  and games, which will be furnished by Mr. Liddicoat. who  has made the club room very  comfortable. Meetings are to  be held Monday and Friday  evenings of each week from 7:30  to 1 1 :'-'>o. commencing Friday.  November 7lh.  It was decided that, the management   of   the   Club   be in the  ��� i  hands ol three members as a  managing commit lee and the  members taxed qach month sufficient to cover the "expenses of  tlic Clubhand.ih.order, to have all  arrangements made as soon as  possible the managing committee  would like to have the names Of  all who wish to join, sent in to  the ' Secretary by Friday or as  soon after as convenient.;  As the expenses for the first  .month are necessarily much  greater than they will be for the'  following months the member-'  ship fee for first month for each  member is one dollar  Managing Committee:���Messrs  G, Watson, I.\. Little and IT.  Clark. Sec.-Troas.,' Mrs. Wm.  li   Koss.  ii  ���BIB TIIE PROSPECTOR    FOKT STEELE,   B.  C.  NOVEMBER R,   I'i02
1\. B. 6race,
THE PROSPECTOK, is published
e\cr> Satnid.i>, mid has .1 gii.ii.iiitecd
circulation l.n«ci ili.ni .m\ oilici p.ipci
In I ust Kduk-iui). Il is ill liomc l'i luted
uud coni.iius double llic new*. of .m>
oilic-i  p.1 pel in the di-tiict
As  .111  .id\ crtism;;  liujn;,:)  it   is 1111
Devoted 10 the upbuilding of Ton Steele    ilie
ilutclopmi ill 01 the las.   mini 1 il   icsotncis  ol
lhe Easl Kootenav mining ilismct
Subscription5; 5 2 00 pe*- \ear
Aaivertisine rates made known on application
Contributions are solicited lrom all part-of tiie
district, but all matter Intended foi publicition
must ba\ e tli. \iiiuriMsiiiiiiic
®Jje 5?r<r0^ejctox%
XTJERE 1-5 no doubt bin there
will bo a larue and «jrowing demand upon British Columbia lor zinc oies It is well
known that up on Wild Horse,
and Tracy cieek there are large
deposit-,""of zinc ores' associated
with Iiiiiii sihor and load \allies
At present these properties cannot be successfully   worked, and
the   only   thiny   that a\ ill brmtr
Rock*y nioiint'iins wilnm a short
distance ol Port Steele then* is
.1 mineral district oi great richness, that with the building ol
the Kootenay Central railway
will gho employment to a large
number ol men, and scope Jor
the investment ol .t \.isl amount
ol capital.
- L\ /— CL 'I
.struqtion   ot   the Kootenav Cen-
tral railway, coiinouinsr w ith the
Jim Hill road to tho south j
*    ■■ i
Jusl as ihe Liberal party'
thought 11 had something to talki
about,—just as i{ was rejoicing'
in the return of Sir Wilfrid j
Laurier with a budget of prefer- I
ential ideas fiom the old country}
—just as if saw an opportunity I
to pose asatho friend of the oppressed—just then the Elon J
I. Tarle had'to open his mouth
V v 4/
TTon .f. T Tarte siiys that ho is
not stuck on public life Perhaps not Bui there is no doubt
but that he will worry lhe public
life ot Mr. Sitton
CACH  ONE  of  the   nin«
Diamonds in the Brooch
ihown   here   is   a   faultless
This 1$ our No. 4704,
which we sell for $ 175—Wc
guarantee the quality.      '
Vrl(c_for our uem^ciulog ue It
lllutfitei ~*x  unlimited  nrlciy   Of"
• hoict Jtntl price*.
Ryrie Bros.,
Yoai< *»& Adelaide Streets,
r v Nicholson,
7B. C.
the up
iccoplod as a
1   1.iles  over
,There is no diversity of opin
ion in Southeast Koolenay as lo
the necessity ol the construction
of tho Kootenay Central railway
from a business poinl ol view,
with 1111110s spriiifiiiig into exist
once on all sides, lhe K'ootenay
Central will prove lo be the
most imporlanl factor in
building ol the minora]
ces of the disl i iet.
X        K Y
If is generally
tact that the Iroii.
the Crow's Nest biancli in Southeast Kootenay are loo Iiiiiii A
governmental commission (o
regulaie rates, with power to on-
Jorce its decieos. is a much needed institution in this district
* v y
It goes without saying that
there is not a residcnl ol the
Kootenay valley who would not
hold up both hands for"(lie im
mediate construction of a railway noith and south through
the valley
The construction of the Kootenay Central railway, is an undertaking that will stimulate the
mineral development of the
whole ol Kast Kootenav
( Lllr-llsc-ll t>>   1'lilVim I \1 OulrrilUlclil )
(Intel itiiil -.lb l'i*"     .  S2.00
Silver und li'iul 2 00
fluid, m1\ t'r and Copper 1.00
1 (fold, sil\fi\ li'.ul mid i-oppt-r     -t.00
Sainpliib  lefi  with   Cm Iin .V  Durick
will iwi'iii' piompi intention.
\\r« liuve not mlvanctid ihe price oi
our lot) uvos Aniliui* smoking toll u en
Hulls, i"unvin'\ and Pair Pliiv chewing
lul>ii('( os arc lhe «. line si/e and in-ue in
<4 I
llic ('nimiiner .it torincrly.'    We   liave
also evleiided ihu lime foi  I lit' ledoipp-
11011 of Snow shot" lacj-,   10  January   Nt
'I'm; J*:.\fpii{i* Toincco Co , Ltd.
W\N'ri*l)-\ TICU"sTWOKTll\ (.LN-
TLl M \N OK lady 111 eacli county lo
liiilliauiijitlsitii'ss for an old rslnlillsli.'d
luinsi\ ol solid finiliiel.il standim,'. A
Mr.iiylii liona lidi' ut't'kh ^alars of SIS
paid Ij,\ I'liurk o.u'li Wednesday «nil
ill e\j)(>iwc-j duet t from litMilqii.ti lei s
Moiicn aih anet'd lor expenses
Man.1*401.   i-JO (';i\ton I»ltl«■.. Chicago.
Tluiii dt\s 11101 duo 1 iiueml to .ippl\ to
ilio Clnel Coiiiiniss.onei ot Lintls and Woiks
101 1 special license to 1111 and cam aw.it
timliei fiom ihe lollow ing des( ulieil 1 mil situ-
oe on S mil 1 leeU in the somliei 11 Division ot
K.isi Kooieu i\ Distntt Connm ncing.u t post
I>l mied at J It L.mglei s noi ill l ist (otitei nl
Claim \To l ilu nee noi ih eightt ih.uiis them i
o isteighti chains tlience soutli eight\ eli mis.
ihenie wtsi eighit ili.mis to tin* point or 10111-
Oetobei 1'iih 1'iiM
-O W  ,J   LWUI.IIV Clum.No J
A glance at conditions in
Southeast Kootenay as t'uov aio
is sufficient to convince any
reasonable being t hat. the present year has been one .of great.
, progress.^
This is the season when. J. 1.
Tarte smiles, .andSiftiTm- and the
Liberal party' are doing the
worrying. ,,■■''. ; ■'■
! '.IL,- :
1 hit t \ oi\s iftei d.uc I intend io apph to
the ( hicf f omniissioiiei of l.inils.uid WoiUs
fo' i spetul lKeiisc to cut md ( ni\ i«,i\
timot.1 funp the to]lo\\tii„' des( nlied I.iikK situated in lhe souilx i n Un 'sum of l.asi lv'ooieii i\
Disiitti Lomnitiiciii^ .a i post plumed on the
• isU'in ijnund ti \ of Loi •)"i'*li one lull mile
souUi of uheu siul hound m limning noith
In s< tiosscs s.uul tuil. 'hi me noi th i if.rht\
v h mis On nn i isi (\j\n\ cli mis ilienic smith
i u'ht\ i h mis ilienii- mi si 11 lu \ i h.ons to tin
]i  Ini nt iniDiiieiii i nn ill
u. i.ili. i  li.lh   I'in-J
1* I   II   I. WI. MA    Claim N'n   I
Kl-oin t'n|il
B,   .Miintri'iil:
llAVlrt' l'.\ in-Ivii
«l'7i.   ilifttt mil tfiii
!•'.    In
.•   f.iuiii
llll l..r /•<
'     llll
SiiiIIiiii N'.i.
C.y n. i- l'i itltv
»; ,-,, tl.ritm,-
(iiiul lute*, iinl-
tititutnj   '•linnii!*,   mill   nil    !|lll|rtiiiii*   ivliich
tjcfnll mi-iuii i.:ir (i :*l!inn     1 lm\,. no Ih-m.
llltilill    ill    HHylli'.^    Illllt    l\. l-.-Kl'l.'l.KIt   in th?
tii-1,1 iviiii'itii t i liui'-r ii,-iir r.t lihnil."  .
I'j.-.l    I .ilcriiiillv   I,ml    I'WtiTimliy.
'I'lvn si/.i-j, ':'.(���, mitl .-.'ii-. lM,;L!,.ri. .
lilvery business mini in Southeast Koolenay will reap an advantage by placing an advertisement in Till'"  l.'uo.sr-KcrnK.
In:   the    main   rauge   of   the
'I'liiriv days iifu-i- dine I intend to.-ipply lothe
C!n.:f Cuiiiinis.sioiii-'i-.of 'i.nnils, anil Wiirlcs I'm' a
sjii'eliil lii-'i'iisf .in (Mil anil carry away tlmlii.1-
fi-'nn tin- fiillowni}.' iii'si'i-ilji'd land situated on
-Sand cri-i-k'in Hie, Southern Division, of l-lasl
KnoLenay. . lilsirieL. Coiiiiiiidiciiik at a posl-
|)!:uil>:<l iiv.l. II l.ani-'ley'.s imrlli i:ast em-iier of
.('laiin S'n. 1, llience. i-asl i-i|;liLy chains, Ihencc
^'ititli i-li-'lity chains, ihencc \yi-.Hi idKhty clialn*i,
lln-(ice:iiorili cUrlily chains io the puliil of cuiii-
lu'-iicemunl.' ■ .   ' ..
I'll-tOlicr lill.li. I'.hi:.'.   ■   ,■ '    . .     :
i;l .1. li. I.ANiil.HV, Claim No. :.'.
Notice to Delinquent. Uo-Owaors.
'l-o W. il. Laiiiln-1'l, ui-In any p^iMoii or jicr-
Suiis lu whom he oi- .they, or anyof them may
hai',: I rtiiisrerrcil I heir or IiIn hileri-sl lu lhe
Mivi:ul and Alia mineral claliiiN, sliiinli- on the
.••.'in-Ill. Itniiicli ul lln- -,l. Mai-y'M lilvcr III Jin;
1--..i-I Sleele MIiiIiii'.IUvIsImi'i uf I'l.'isl K'u'ilciiay
anil ri-ci.rilcil In Hirudin: ul llic Ml ni iicKcci.r-
S|.'l- ul l.'orl   Slei-le. ..■'',.
Vim ami each ofym an- licn-hy uiillllcil Ihal
I have i.*pi.iul'-il ?.iyi(i.oii in assi'sHinciil wurlc un
I In*, uboie iiii-ii limii'il mineral claims since llic
IIi-hI illiv ol l-'chlliary. IM'.W. lllill.-r lhe pruvis-
i.nis nf   ilie  mine al Ac!, .-oul il \viI hIn l«i Mays
fl.illl lhe dale, uf lllisllullee.VI.il full, or refuse
In ei in I li In lie yulir purt lull ul 7siieh ex pc mill lire
io;.'cllier wiih all ensl'. ul, iiilve ri Isl ni;. .your a i ii I
each uf yulir inlei-esls iii .saul claims will he-
e.iiue lhe. pruperty of I lie. Illlilersi^'neil uniler
seel Ion I uf an Aclenliileii ".An-Am lo Amend
lie- Mineral Ant. Hum."
Noun is In ii h\ cm ii tli.it tlnriv il,i\s ilti i
dale tit lln iiiiilMsi/nid iiilend lo ,ippl\ to
lln Assisiani ('oniiiiissiouci ol l^.inds and
Woil.s loi iho Distm i ol i:.ist Kiiokuu .md
the ('Iin f Coiuinissioni i of I. mils .nni Woi lis
loi lid uses to piospLLl foi coal on the follnu-
lnc disiillKil lands silu.itt iliont rwo units
ii.ii lit ol  ilu   I lnthi nl Kut i  uiu mile \m st uf
llll   I'lIK 111 I   (   lulv 'l*l.lll   111(1  ll\l    mills   I.isl    III
ilu i asl huuml m Iiiit of lln C.in.uli.in I'l' ilu
II uiu.i\ /i nil iu lhe soulli i .ist poi lion ol I .isl
hoolt n i\ Disli ii I, Iii msh Columbia
(A) C'oinim in in„' at a posL .iboul i.\i iu\
mills ( isi nl tin uiiMi of \Ioiiissi\ hcin^ lln
mill ii pnsl ol Anilit'U Hat I.i ll In nif Ins ninth
«tsi loi m i, tin in e tasi i ifjhtv ill.mis lln III I
aouth Ughu chains theiw e wcsl clyhtN thains
IheiiLf noitli eis,'hl\ ( hauis to tin placi oi "je-
^iiimii toui inini/ six luuidittl .mi] foi ij anes
\NI)Ki:W llAf ICC'I'l'
IH) ( mimic ii( ni" ai i post beuu'ilu toinh
Mtsi iniim nlj im in to Anuiou Il.iil.01ls
nonh him nn id i ihenie e isl «'ii,'lii\ ilulns
lln in i ii mil i l„'lu\ i ii uns ilu nee west i l"hu
iiii ins lln mi souih i vim ihnius io the pi n e
ill lu mii'iiii ' i out iinnie si\ huudied inui foiu
I'DW \ui) HIVIII.I. Im noi
A ll.u hen \iint
lO) (.uuiiiit in ui" it ,i post liciu tin vuulh
t ist i ui in i idjiitiit Mo Ainlii » llicl,ills
uoi th mi st ( ui m i ilieuii utiiih i ij.hi\ iluin.
Ihem e »t si t i_ht\ i h mis tin in e miiuIi el.hu
. h mis ilit im t e ist ei"nt\ i h nits lo the pi tic
uf 11 iniilii' i mil iinnij,' s,\ hiiuilieil nni font
.u n s
Ol OVs  l.'i l.DNl.ss,   l.oi urn
' \ndii n ll.u Ui u   \|.-iiu.
ill) l i lunil in liv ,ll 1 pilsl heiiin Ilu uui ill
e isi i mm i ul.iuiiu in \niliew Ilu I.i lis
nonh mi si i oiiui ilu im ,iesL I'm'li^ i h.uiis
tlitiii t' suiiiti t iiriin . li uns ilieiui i .isi .'l^hii
thins ilu ut e nonh ei hu i h mis io lhe iiI.im
ol  in -'I'liiin^'  loiilniunt'siv'iiuiditil ,nal (ui i\
It It's
~   =■ - -- -p-j.-j; [7~r—,y ^ pj^jt51 ■-f.oT7ii>i—
A ll.u hell, \,'i ul
ll".) I ••■unit n\ in,.* .u i posi Ihiid; the ninth
e.lsi nn nn .ilioui Uu iu\ t« i) link's east t>( lhe
iown oi Moii|ssi\ lu>iii*r lhe iiiul.il posi ul
,loh;i I*' il>t \"s 11 nni Hu ui e tiesit i-;lil\ ih.ilus
to a poinl al Ilu am th fist mi iu i of Midieu
Hat ht ti s 11 in i Hit tit t soulli eiK'lm ih mis
theuee t .ist t'u-ftu i ti mis tin me iiuuli i i^lili
eh uns iu ihe pi ili uf !• .'iiinni^ i out.lining si\
liuiitlii tl iiui im i\ ,u 11 s
.tonv i' \111:v i.iii noi
o A   UiKht'll   teem
tl'") i oiiuiit'iii in;,'.it a iiosi heniH: the. noilli
wcsl i ui in i, udj Rent io lhe noith east ininei
of John 1'iliet s il.nm tliente south eiffhii
eh mis iht'iiLi't t-.lt leiitv iliuns Ihem ( noi ill
el, hi) ihauis ilitnte nest eighty i hams lothe
pi it e til betrniniiif? huh iiiiint; si>c liundied and
foi u ai I *s
JOHN M VIllIK, Locatoi
A H.iLl.eil Antiil
(OJ f oniinemuif,' at a post beliif,' the south
WLstLOinti iilj u till to tlu noi th t .1st coi uei
of John l*'ihe\ s il.nin, flu me noilli el'jlil\
eli'iius ilu iu e t asl elrj-hl) ( hams Ihenie soulli
ei^lui th tins lliente « si i ljf|it\ ih tins in the
place ol IJiylniilntr colli linlllif sl\ huiiiliitl mil
fori)   Kits
I!    I   l.Ot. \N, l.oi .uoi
A lldChett \jfcnt
(II) CoiinnenC'lih' 'il 't prist b( Iin,' the south
eisl toiiii i, adj in nt to ilu noi Hi eusl l-ulnti
of lulin Pain i s 11 mn limine noilli eltfhu
tliulus Uk nci ntsl LiHhti cli.iliiH llience south
11,'fht) i li uns, lln.ni e ensl ciKhtl t li'ilus lu lh(
pl'u t- of hi "luiiiu*^ i onl ilujiii'- siv hiintlii it ami
foi l\   K li s i
,1    W   I'llll.l.ll'S   l.oi noi
A   11 n l.tll   .Vi'i-nl   ,.
(ll Coiniot n( nn' .it a posL hi iiik lire lioi Hi
wi st euiiiLi uhuiii nu nl\ un miles ninth easl
ol Lht ion n of Moi nsse\, lit In;,' the liniiiii pi.SI
ol ll ( Mill. I s 11.uiu ilu in c south t i|ihf>
i hams lo a point .iiljaitiil lo lln iioithiitsl
i oi in I ol I Id m.ml t ot til s i I tun Hit me cist
cii-;lit\ (li mis UieiiLi noilli citlili eh uns
Ilu in i Mcstt i„'hl\ tli tins lo llic pl.u e nf liu-
"iiiuin/ i out uniii,; si\ hiimli ed and loi t\ aeies
(..   ('   Ml 1.1.lilt   Locatoi
A 11 ii hill Agent
| IJ C'oinnu ni Hi", .it .1 post belie,'the south
HisLeointi adj li em to tile noi 111 isestiornoi
ot (.. C Millet s cl.lini, tlit int ninth eu;hl\
ih mis tin nee easl ( istlilx ihaiin. theuee soulli
i leht ihiius ilicuce ivesL chilili chains lo lhe
pi ue ot b(n'iiuiin„' (unliiiuuu si\ huudieil .md
loil\ acies
I.UOrVI' TOL'SI.KV l.oe.itoa
\ 11 itUt'Ll Aficnl
[KJ ConniK ncnit,'.it a post being lhe nonh
lasicoino itl]ncenl to the nonh lusluiiiici of
(1 C Milli i s i l.nm llience souih eii:lit\ iluius
llienci wesi • isliit (hams ilieia e uoilh t i;,'lil>
clinns tin net t istiighti ih.mis lo the place
ot hegiiining contain in;.' i.-lii.u us
(.COh'i.i: I5U1INIIAM l.ocatoi
A ll.u Kctt Agent
(I.J foniiiiencin/ n a post benir,' tlu noith
nesl i of iiui ahouL ( U'hK en miles noith east of
lhe town of Mm i issi \ tiling Un uiiii.il posi of
I- *s Mv urn s el urn ilu nt c souih eighty chains
llience easl ci„'lit\ chains in a poinl adj.Kent lu
ilu ninth nest toinei ol Delhi V llicl.etls
il.mii llience noun i i„lui chains ihencc «est
(itrhU chains io the pint ol Inginniiv ton-
l lining hid acus
I' S ll\ ItN'i: l.odittu
A II iLheit Agi in
[M| Coiiiiniiniiy.il a pust In ing Lhe south
\\t st i ol in I udj itt lit to Ilu noi ill west Miiner
nl 1' S li\ines cliiini lht iu t noi th eighlj
ihmis tin nie (nsi i iglm ill mis ihenie souih
i i|,lil\ i hams Ilu nn im si i ighu i huliis to lhe
plat i ol In ginuin ' t out innug uiu u 11 s
\1 \m   I'AIII *)    L.uitioi
A   H.uKett  Agenl
.   IN I    ('oinnioiKring at a post being the soulli
ensl cornel- niljaeeiil to Hie nonh  west eonier
of  1*.  S.   Ilyine.'s elaini.  ihenee  norlh  eighty
ehiiins.   thenee   ivest   eiglily    eliiiins.   llience'
soulli eiglily cIihIiik. thence east eighty'.chains
lo the place of beginning, eoniaining(14(1 acres.
UKOkilK llblf.Slj:. Locator.    '
7 A1. HaeUe.lt. Agenl.   .
.(.).   (Jiuinueiicing al   a   ))osl being the north
eust ciiinci adjiicciil In Ilu-  noi'Lli   ivcsl coi-nei"
of   1*.   S.   Ilyriut's  claim.   Ihcnci:  south eiglily
chains. Ihencc- wcsl eighly chains, llionce norlh
t'illhly clinlns. I hence easl cl|-;liLy ehiiins to Ihe
place of liei.inulug.-coiitiiiiiing ll'4a alu-es.
.Cl'li iKCI'l MILLI'lIt,: Loculor.
A. Ilnc.iielt, Agenl.
.1 I' Kcdili's clinin. thente south eighty clinlns
Ukiik* west i igh'i chains theme norlh cighu
( himis, Uu me east eiglitt i hams 1" lhe nliiu
of hi ginning ( uiitiiining Ii4il ncu s
MJJ".1> lt\LI)U'l.\". Locaioi
A   Hai hi tl, Agt lit
S    Conum m mg ul  a  ]insi   being lhe  ninth
twslioinci adjai till to the soulli  i ist  i oi nci
ol    I    I     Id dd\ s  i limn     theme   tasi   ic-hli
thiiius  lln m i sonlh < ighl\ .hams tlu un   in si
til ln\   th mis    inline  noilli  iighi\   < hams to
Ilu  phut of In ginning, i onl.lining (11(1 acies
I ITU!!  MtdUlKl", Lndtioi
A  Ilailiett, Agent
1'     (
Vol lie is In i < lit gin ii Ih it llnilj d its a Hi r
due tic (In uluUisyntd inn nd to apph to
lhe issisi.int f'oinmlssioni i of L iinl* and
Woiks foi Uk Disliu in! List Kooti n,ij and
lo tin C'luil I'liiiiinissioui r of Lands and
Woiks foi lliensi". lopidspiit tin Co.tl on tin
follow in;' id si 11 In il iiinls situate aluml two
nulls iioi'li ol tin I 1 uiu nl Klin on mile
west ol the I'iin lit i ('it i I, '1 i nl and 111 i milt s
• isl ol iin i asl l»>iiud,i!\ lint ol tie ( an idi in
I'm Ilh Kmlu.iN gi nit in tin South I] ist poi lion
ol I asl Look ii i\   hisliut   III ll isli f'olumbi i
(Al) ('(iinmeiK lug il i post aboul I ui nl \
ill s t ast ol Uu niHiiur Moiiissit In ny ilu
Hi.il posi of iMItluiel Mi Im iin'i being Ins
ulh easl i mill i post lliuiii uoilh '•ll i h mis
enee west W. i h.ilns Ihcnci south M) th tins
cui.f easl *~t)( h.ilns io ih. j.liu.i ol b. i itiinii-.
id In-ing .itlj.it i iiLriu I' 1.1 I' II ichi ll s 11 urn
tilt li uljiiln , li ou ilu i isj i'out moil.; uiu
Ml( llll I. Mi \M I.SI.V   Lo( .noi
A   II li Ui II    \gi ul
(III)    (•omiiiem lug ll   i post Nuiiibi i  I   tiling
|i(t souih i asl i oi in I   ol   I'iIiiIi   .Milhis  iliim
id  adjKiul  lo  jMnhicl   iMiAiKinii siliim
ui i uoilh si, ehains  lhtiiu   wist  so iliuns
nu souih Ml chains  Iheiit i cast htl i h uns lo
n e of Ik giutiing i ouiaiiiiiig illu ai u s
\   lim kill    \guil
(( I)   Coinment ing al a posi In ing  ilu   snulh
11 tii nt i tihutil m \ i nit i li   mills   uni th  i 1st
ilu mw ii of Mm iissi \ In llii, tin   initial   (lust
liluin   I,    lliltli s ( I,inn    ami    idjiiiul lu
lib Mnlci s i hihu  t'lciici  i ist t i ,'hli tlialns
•me   uoilh   so  ilium    Hume   west  i Ighti
ilus  Uu me souih t igliti i ha.ns lo the plan
beginning unit lining old uies
I'.DWIN L   HIITOL   Lot.itoi
A 1 Int Kc LL \gcut
DO Coniineiieiiig aL I post being lhe soutli
si t oi nci (fl ,1 D "Coidon s clmii and ail-
i into Kdwiu I. ISi ult s i l.iini tin nte west
lnv i_liiius_ Ilicni e uoi Hi cighu i_1i.hiis
■in e t asl i iglu i i hams, lht in e south-t"ighT~
mis lu Uu plaieol  beginning ii.nl lining i.lu
VOTJOI* ishei(b\ gm'i thai ail ap])!n anon
mil In muli to lhe LigislatiiK of Uulish ('••-
liiinhi.i it us in \t Session bn an \( t lu mini
poi.Hi the ICoot* n,i\ Cauboo ami l'.uilti
Knlw.il Coinp.int to ( ousliiK I mil opci an :i
Inn ol ll ulH.it fui ilu i.uning ol liti.'IH ami
passcngiis ( oiiiiuciK nig .it a pulp! ou lht
C in i ll m I'm llic Ifailwiu at oi ne n lht Tom ii
of C.ohIt u in the I'liiMiue ol 111 ilish (•uluuibiM
llllill Vuiili-Wi sti il\ following Ilu coiiisenf
ilu ( oliimbi i uud ( auoi l.'i ci s to a poinl at i»i
lit ll 'l'i 11 Jan lie Cat lu , tin lit e \oith-Wcsli 11\
billowing ilu, i mn si* ol tin 1'iasii l.'ui i lo a
point it oi in n (list oiiii 1'ou.uc , ilu lu i
Westi il\ fullowing the i onise of the V'tlinn
md Ski t u i Kit 11 s in b\ the most loniinieut
lotlLi lo lldi Miitei at 01 lieui 1'oiL Siuipsuli
with am hoi it \ iu tonsil uei a blanch line lothe
l'uwnol llii, ei . illc and olhei biauch lines noi
cm i ediii.'llfn mih s cadi in leii'iih Also m
(mini t 1 wall an 1 i ul i into luiiiiui" aimuKe-
ini ills wiih nnj otlKi l!lih\.l\s situ itc ilo.u
s ml pioposed llailwai oi am p.ill tlieicol It)
it.il\. Inini . nil l.oti iiiiiii in ptisou oi boiH
i oi poi.in giants ul 1 mil mom \ oi otlii i
issi Is in aid ol (Oiisit uctidii of said unili it iking with point lo i oiisli in I nnd opeiale lele-
„'i iph ami It h iihniie lines loi the pin pnse of if
htisiiu ss and lot the publii ludwith powei lo
own ust and opciate watti poweis coiiieiilenL
lo lln niul nn ill. li l.lllu l\ mil oilici |nn poses
»iih powei to own and opciate suauiships and
shipping .mil liuiltl and euil lhe necissaiv
wliai m s and with such ollu i powt is ami pi It i-
legi s is in iistiallt gin u io lt.iilw.ii I'oiu-
p inn s
Da Ini at Foil sm h  tills Kith dl\ of Oi lob. i
I'm.* c
n iiah\ ni .v .m<cai.'tkic
Solit tuns loi   Xppllcaiils
I   D
pun < of iii r inning i mil uiiliih iWU u( n s
.1 Will'. 'ANDI'IISON. l.oi hum
A   IIhi kell. Agenl
V    ('iiiniiifiii iiik ai ti post  being  ilu-   noith
t- isl t oi uei   iboul UveliM L»o niilis souih   i asl
ol lln low n ol MoiiIssc\ being lhe  initial  post
ul Joseph ICigbt s i lmiu, lliente soulli  iighl\
( h.ilns, <" llient e    wi'sl   eiglilv   t hit ins,   them t
uoi Hi t ightt ( hams to a point adjacent   to the
south   wtsi  toinei   of  ll   11.  l'lulllp s   i Hun
iheiit e e isi eighty ( hams lo plan of hi ginning
i outlining (H0.li ies
JOsr.CIl IOUIIV Lninioi
A 1I.U kell, Agenl
'/. Coiiiiiieiuiiig.il a posi lu-lug tin- nonh
west (oilici ndjiicent to lhe noith eusl toinei
of Joseph ICigbi s i liiliu ihencc south eighli
(haliis tlieni e east elghl\ t hams iheiuv nonh
clifhly i litiins, lht in e west eights t hams lo the
pi it i- of beginning, t unt.iiiilug tun at ies
■* V   llittLell. \£, in
Dated Sep(einbci V, A ufl'jo.' 41-
NOTICE.   .   ,
NOl'ICi: is heieb) imrii lliul Ihliltttuis
if lei title we intend io nppl) lu (lu- Assistant
(•oiimiissiiiiiei ol Lands and WoiLsfoi llic disliu I or 1'iisi Itoott nal ami LIil Chief Coiiiinls-
siouei of Lauds ami IViulii. bu a lliensi- lo
Piospci I loi coal uud pctiulcuiu ou lhe following dcst illicit laud sllunlf nn Oil (.'leel. ill lilt"
Souilictisl poi lion nt Last Koolenay Disliu I
linlish Coltiuihl.i
(AJ Coiimipiii in/ at il po^l pi uilrd uboul
live null- linni lhe Intel inilloiuil llountlmt
ami two tiliinliitl let 1 easl 01 Oil Creek bciiirf
lhe uoi 111 east i oi uei atljnicnl to Ilu* souih wcsl
(tilllei ol H'lllliini Aslle> silmui Ihenie south
Ho i bains, (lieiue wcsl Hi) t hauls Ihcme ninth
*<ll i li.iins, Ihem e easl KI i huliis lo the phut ol
btgnniing ( oiilaming i.-lu .ti ies
i OLO   lllllUN'C    l.oi mm
c Joseph Astlet    \g(in
Dnlc.1 this (ilh tint ot Oi tobt i  100.'
fllj Ciiinmeiieiiig sua post planted iiboui Ihe
miles fiom lhe Inieinational liouiuUii andJOO
roet east of Oil Cieok being lhe norlli east coinei ailj.u ent to the south wesKoinei of.l I-'ieil
Kitcliie s cluini thence south WI chains, ilicuce
west HOchuins thenee nonh 81) chains, ihenee
cist 80 chains to the place of beginninif C'on-
i.miing (Htl.ieies
.lObl.I'll ASTLLY. Locuioi.
n.iletl iliis Olh d.ij of Ocioboi. A   O   lllh:
[CJ Commencing .it a post plumed about live
miles 1 lom the International Houndan and 2W
feet cast of Oil Cieek being tho nonh west
coi nci adjacent to the south west coinei of .1
Tied liitclue's claim thence soutli 81) clniiiis,
ihenee east SO ihams thence noith 80 chains
thenee wesi 80 chains to lht* pl.u e of beginning
Containing (>4l> aeics
WILLIAM AS'L'l.KV, Locatoi
Joseph Asiley    \genl
D.ilcd ihislSth dn\ of Oitobei, A   I")    I'JDJ
[DJ Coiniiienciiig al a post planted about
live miles fiom the luieiu.ilion.il Itounduiy
and -^(Hl feet east of Oil Cieek being lhe noitli
in st coi ih i adjiucu! lo lhe south west coiiui
or William Asllev s ehiiin, llieiiee south 80
eh mis, tlieiue cast 80 chains, llience nonh 80
clinns tlieiue west 80 chains lo Hid place or
beginning    Containing |I4() acies
41 Joseph Astli i    \gcnl
Dalcd this bill ilav of Octobei   A   I)    l»r;
I*. (yunuioiieliie; nl nr post being the north
eusl.. e.ii nor about e!i-,hleeii mites east-or Uu*
Iiiwii of Mori Issey 'niul tuljiiceiil lothe. sonlh
weiil curiicr nl Delhi !•'. 1 liichcti.'s elniin, t.hcnce
west, elchiy chnins. I hence sun tli eighty'chains
ihenee i'lisl elijlity ehiiins, Ihencc norlh eighty
el...lie. lo Illc pbiee nl I.. ■ n i 1111111 •;. colli ii ill lll|f
ilio nriVH.
.1. '(*. SI.ATKI't,  Lncntor.
A. Hitched, AhcIH.
TA1CK NO'I'ICH thai thiriy (lays arter date
I inlend io apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for peniiisslon to cut anil
cari-y away limber from lhe following ileseribed
land in Mast. ItoolciinyHisii-let, It. C; jiegln-
ning at a post planted al the Soulli West corner or S. Cmlwix's pre-eiiipLlon. and marked'
(leorge Oeai-y'.s S. K, coriier. thence north 40
chains, thenci; west llll) elinliis.llieni-e south 411
cliains, llience east llll) ehains lo the placu of
l.egliiiiiiic.. , ■
..■=£       ',: '.       -.   OKOidlK UKAIIV.
.  Daleil September X'Urd, IWI:.'. 41
(ViiliM K.>
I Mini
l^i. i 'omiiii.nciii,.. al n
eusl. coiner nln.ul Lw-enl
llic t.ow-ii of Morrissey
chiiltiK   mi ii   poinl. ailji'i
posi   being   lhe suut.il
,-   uiiics  south  east of
■Ihence   iioiih   eighty
-cut.  to   the soul.h eust
Haled al Foil Steele this liilli day ni" Seplein-
ber, 1C0J
ci.lllcr   (il   Del III   I''.   IlileUell's    c llllill.    llienci;
ivcsl eiglily chains, thei smitli eighty cliains
iIh-i ensl ei^ln.y chains   In  lhe   place  of  lic-
j'liiniiii'. enniiiliiini. i'.iii acics.
, '■       .1. !•'. K Kill iV'. Localor
I  .   '" A. Ilnchell. Agent.
• a
iimi-nciiig ul a   post  helm:   the  lutrlh
east corner adjacent ;o lhe souih east corner of
'"     ■ NOTICE.
New Vorlt anil IC. A. Jackson Mineral (Malms
slllliile In the l-'orl Sleele Mlulug Dlvlsliin ol
Kasl Kootenay Dislricl.
Where located: About, one mile tioiilb of
Moi; ii I mineial claim.
TAKK .NOTICK Ihal I, K. Smith, K.M.C.,
.W.KI |l„ acllng as agenl for IC. A. Jackson, !•'.
M.C. fuOKl II. and K. V. itose, I-'.M.C. No. CWM.-.n.
Inlend. sixly days from the' date heieof, lo
apply'tn the Mining Keeortler for a Cerllilcitle
of Improvement.;, for the purpose of obtaining
Crown (1 ranis of the above claims.
Anil furlher lake noilce (lull action, nntler
sectinii 117, mu.sl be eniiiintmeed before lhe Issuance o:
Dateil this 25th day of September.  A.D.. 1S02.
f such (.'nrtlllcale. of Improveiiieiils.
(.OIIDON   Lin .1 K.i
A   II ii Ki ll  A, t ,il
10    l oiiiint iu nur it  t post   Ik Ing lIii  ninth
fioinei   iml  nlj u t nt to Ih" south i isl Knot  1    1)  (.o. do i si 1 n in   tin nt i  sou 111,'I,'ll ^
.ins thci it west Ligl.ty chains llience tun ih
eit,lit\ 111 nns tin m i t isl 11glut t h mis  to the
pi im ot In ginning i out. lining bin nns
IlLLLN (   \KLS0N   l.o( noi
\   11 ii hctl   Agi nl
(I'l)    ('oiiHiii ut nigai a posL Ik m„ Uu   noi ill
west ( oi uei niul ulj u ■ ni in ilu south west mint i   ol   Ldwin   L    lliidt  silaiui    Hit in e suinli
cighl\ i liiniis  ihem i i ist i ir'liL\ thains thiiiit
uoi ih cighu ch tins ilit in <   wt si t ight\ ih iin<.
to pl.u e of In ginning i out.lining bio ai ii s
LOI'IS CL \l'l*   Loi uoi
A   ll.u ken    *.geiii
(CD)   (•ommciicingal a posi  In ing  tin south
fast tot uei   mil adj k cut to I   (    -s|.itoi,si l.niil
tlieihe nonh i igliu ih mis  ibcnu  west echlt
chains ilu in i south i ylu\ ( b mis tin nci* t isl
elf,ln\ chains lo  tin   |il u (   ol In >-ninuu' (on-
t nnlug 04 • k ii s i
ll I Is I ND U.I, Loo uoi
V II K ki 11 Agt ul
fill) I'omiueiit ing al a post being lhe noi lit
east im nil ind ulj in ill lo the south wcsl u)'-
neior.l (J Shnoi s i laiin tin iiii w<sl ei„ht\
chillis Ilu la c souih i ighu t ll nils, tliciu i i 1st
eighli i li tins ilu nn iioiih tight \ ih.nns lo
pi im til lu "inning, (tint.lining nit) icics
i.f'sl (• MILSON Lot lim
\ II ukeii Agint
[111 V'nuiin lit in" ll i ( post bt'in/ lib noilli
wcsl i unit i posi md mj in nl lo ilu soulli t ist
ennui ol ti I. Kendall s el inn Hit m i i isl
i ighlt ehmis Ihiiiit' souih cij hit iliuns
them e west ( i',bt\ i h nils lht in e no nil t uhli
eh llns lo pi ii i ol Im yiniing innliiiiiiy nin
a( ii*s
Oil \ If I.I I    (' M.'I.SON   Locum
\   II icki ll    \/i nt
l,ll| ('iiiniiii in mg nl i post bii'igthe sniilh
easl cm uei post ol llegm i ( nlsous 11 mn
fhuiKc noi Hi i i;ht\ i h nns m i point idjoiumg
the south wist lOinet ul (li.iun* C'nilsons
claim tlienit wi si i ighti ch nns iln>ini snulh
eightt i hams ilicmi eisl i ightt i h uns to
pl.u c of bi ginning i onl lining i.ltl Kit's
Kill.ISA f* VIM.sON   Lot mm
A   I Lit Ki ll Agenl
[Isl | Commencing it i postln. ing llic sonlh
west cot net of Ida l ailson s clnin theme
noilli SO i li nns to a point being lhe south east
toinei ol I.us f'mlsons ilann IheiiK ( isl sn
chains ihenie south SU i hams llmu i* wi'si *>n
chains to place oi beginning, containing ii40
ll)\ CXKLSON    Loi,mn
A   II ii belt   \gciu
|L1J Cnnnneuuing nl n post being ninth
east i oinei ol ilu li n 1 Mi Ant l net s i laini and
adjoining tin souih lusi i di iu i ol Ida Ca i lsun s
claim Uu llic west so i b mist ibtui i snulh sti
chniiis tbcuietust fell ib nns i In. in t noilh*lo
chniiis in  phue nt  iKgnmiug itintiimnig  1.10
MKS MICH \l".l. Mi AMll.'SLV Lotiiloi
\ II u l.eltiHgcnl
|.MIJ Com un ni ing at I posi be ins'the uoilh
west conn i ol J I-' noinii IK s 11.nni and In ing
ailjiiienl lo tin sonlh im»I toimi ol liti,int
C.ulsou - t laiin llii'iii c south *m| i h nns ilieuii
('.isl SO i bains Ihenie nm (li *s0 ihiius ihiun
west 10 t h nns in pl.u c ul b' ginuiiig ( mil lining
(140 acies
J   I*   DOSNI'LL*)     LiHiiioi
A liin kill Agi in
|NI| Coiinneiii ing ul i piM In iu the souih
ciisl i m m i ol J II suuLh - i Iiiiiii tlu lit t
ninth i iglui ilniins in a point iilioimng tin
south wi si (mini ni Hugh Mil, inn siliim,
which is siiiinled abmii twenty livu miles from
the iown of Morrissey ami near the Kkilliead
Kiver. llience ivcsl eighty eliaiiis, tlience south
eighty' chains, thence east eighty .drains to !
place of beginning, coiuniiiiugeili) acres.
'*"".' . J. II.".SMITH, Locaioi-.
"A. Ilaehett. Agent.
(Ol) Commencing al a post-being the norlli
east corner of Hal lie L. Siniili's clniiil niul :id-
joliiliig the soulli east, corner ul'.l. II. Smith's
elaini. llience snulh' snchain ■-. llience wesi SO
cliains. tht7-.net: iiurlli htl cliains. Ihejict- easl
HOchalns'lu place of beginning, cnulaiiiing OH)
aertis. ;
. .. '■   IIATTIK L. SMITll. Localor.
"     ' '     . A. Ilaeki'tl. Agent.
(I'l) I'oHiineiii'iiig nl a post being Lhe soulli
west enrner of J. II. i'l-alhcr's claim ami ail-
jaecnl tn lliu.Miin.il ensl euriicr   of .1, 11.'Smith's
claim    Ihencc   nurlb  HU . elniins. . I lien .isi so
tlience son t li sn clniiiis, 111 enee   west   mi
lu  place  ul"  beginning,  eunlaliiliig   ('uu
NOJ'il'i: is heiebi given that an  applltanoii
»111 bt made to flic I'.n liaiuenf ol Cm ul.i nits
ne\t Session   loi   an   Ad to    uitoipoiaic   ilu-
Kooien i\ Cm iboo ami I'.uiht   Kulwtit   Com-
piiii    lo consli net and opei.ne a  lincvor K.nl-
\\.i\ foi Hie eai iMiig of In ight ami p isseugcis
('oiiinieiiiing.il  i point, on the Canadian I'.nitic
Kulu.ii .not in n the Town ol  C.olden  in  ilu-
I'iomuii ol^lliilish  Collin.lna   theiKc  Noilb-
Wesiei li follow nig the touise of the Columbia
tnd c anoc  lliveis   to a puna at oi ncu Tcu-
I.unit Cache tlfeni c N'ouh-WcsUih   lollow Ink
llic tonisi'ul the 1*1 isei Unci to i poinl al cm
neai Cliseomc l'oil.igc  ihencc Wc'siet iv following  lhe   cniusi   ol   the   Still.no   ami   SLeeiut
Itiu'isiu o\ Hit most t onieuleni loule io  tidt-
w.itei   uoi neai >'oii Simpson   with  auilionn
io   ioiisiiiki    i   In nidi   line   to  the  'l'owuol
ll.ikiiiille and otlici In un h lines not cm ceding htt\ nubs e.n h ui lenglli      Also lo connect
Willi and ciifei iiui) i ulining aiiaiigeineuts with
ni\ otliei Haihi.its situate neai said  pioposed
linlwat oi an\  pan  iheieof   io  ie(ei\e fiom
nil   (.o\i iniueni   poison  oi   both   toipoialc
gi nils ni land  liionct oi oilui assitsin  aid it
coiisiiin non ol said  uiulcilaking   wiih  powei
to i onstiuct  md  opeiale,  lehgi.iph  and  ttle-
plionc Inn s lot the puiposi of us business  and
foi the publii, and with powei mown  use anil
opin ate waif i poweis conuuiciit io the i o til
loi   ilu ii    initial   ami   mhei    pin poses   with
powei   iu own   and   upei nc   steamships   uud
shipping   md   build  and eieti  the   nci ess.u i
uliants   and   wiih   sin h  olhei     poweis  ami
pimhgis  as   uc    usiiallv  giion   to   Kail way
Comp lines
DiletlMi Knit stet le this 10th ibivof Otlobci
siilli iinis tui   \ppllcaiifs
NOI'KJI' is lieu b\ }{l\i ti Ihn en dits .tflai
due I inlend to tppl\ in Ilu (hlct Comml.-
siuiii I ol Lauds and Winks il \ n loi hi'foi
(IM mission hi pun b isi Uk lollowing I'l lilt's
sltll lb (I iu suui h  I' Isl   Konli n IV
('omineiieln ' il a pnsl pi inli d   tl   lhe   Noitli
I   1st i ui nci nt    ('     I'     Lund X   pun ll Isi    ue 11
W.ndiit'i, U C    lln in e sunlli sn , hams   ihem r   (1
i isl III chains moil  iu less id tin  west bank ot
the ICooti n i\ Unci   Ihinii up lhe s ml ICoob-
iii\ Hi vti lo ilu  south liiicol .1   I*.  Ilumplu c\ s
pun li.1st   oi snulh   Waitlnci     theuee   wcsl   40
• h nns mine in less io ihe pi m   oi  begliiimitf.
Dili tl Si picmbei   Ulh   pio'i
( KOKM   1.'. j
cr,i;nric\Tr. ok' imcko*. i'mknts
, i
MISKK \L  ( I. WMS   '
Mining DiMsion
*sitn ue in lhe l'oit Sleele
il 11 ist  Kootenai  Dish u i
When  loi.iud   On Lhe wesi bianchoi the st
\I n \ s i i\ei
Pake Nome th it I Siimul Lotatt, Iftee
Mtnei s Coi lillcue No lldlili on liehilf ul
m\sill mil as agent foi Jennie K Spaulding
I'ici Mmei s L'i i Li In .uc No ir>ir>7 Ocoige
Mill Knk I'iil' So U'lOrJu Osc.n II.
Iiui dm CMC So lt-.us.:i and Joseph In
Wrnghl Pice Miiieis I'ei liin ne No HdOIOti'
inlend si\i\ d.ns tium d itt hcitof lo apph io
lln Mining b'ei uiilei loi i (iitiluatt ol liu-
piotctnenls loi lhe pin pose of ohi.timng a
i i own C-i a nt ol the abon t hums
And ftuthei take nolue lhat ,u tton, under
siitinii IT must In ('(iinmeiK i d bi line the issii-
inu ot sm h Ci i t ilu aic ol I in pi moments
Daiid Uns aiib ii.i\ oi ih tobei   mn;       41
(I HUM  I )
I  1 l( I il It, t I I    111.   I MIMUIVI.MI N I s
ul   mil  Alt 1   Mini 11I Claims situate  111
the l'*ni-l Sleele Mining DivisiunHI' Kasl Koolc-
nuy Dislricl '■■.'.'■
Where loealed :—About. II'. miles'norlli of ilu:
1:roiit Dane.
TAKK NOTICK -',Hull I. I{. Sinilii. |.*7 M. C.,
.11. :i7-,*liu. acting as agent tor I!. A. .laehson, K..
M, O. li.rullld :i nd'K. C. ICdse, P'.M.C. No. U.
aiilitl.'i. jntciid. sixly days from llic dale hoi-eni".
I'd apply lo lhe Mining Kccoi'der for a (.•erlili-
cateof Improvitiiieuls. for Hie purpose of nb-
tniniiig Crown Gi-ants of lhe above claims.  .
And lurtlier lulie linliee that aelion, under
seel ion :iT, uiiisL be commenced before lhe \a-
suan'ce of such ('i-rlillcale of linpi'oveinen'ts.
«'••- . K. SMITll.
. . Dalcd this lira li (lay of  September. A.D., Ilio-.'.
(KOKM   K.)-
. .1. II, I'ltA'rilKK. Lociit.nr.
.'.. HuclteU,, Agent..
(KI) (.'iillllilell.-llIK at a pnsl being llic north
west curlier ol' Annie S. 1'rntber's elniin nnd
adjacent In the sun I li easi curlier of .1. !!_
Smi Hi's c Ini 111. t lienee soulli Su chnins. thence
ensl SO chains. 1 lieiiee inn-l li so ehiiins. I lieiu'e
wcsl HO chains In plncc of hcuinniiig. coiiliilniiig
tun acres.
ANNII'l S.  I'KA'I'IIKK.   Luealtu-.
,     ' ' A. Ilnckctt. Agenl.
Dated Ibis-llii ■ I tt v of (iclnber, llni-j; -If)-
'Ash land" Mineral (.'ltd in si lain le In l.be
sleele Mining Iii vision of Knst Kiinicntiy
l.rlf-i,. 1    ,   '     . ,    '.'
Where   Inealed:    On   the   west   side   nf
wesi In-imcli of Si. Mary's Kiver.
'I'iilie niiliec Ihal. I. Junius A. Harvey, Free
.Miner's ('erlillcalc Nn. ■,||..|.'i<hk'i"' ngeni . for
Jusepli II. Wrlglil. l-'ree Miner's Ceillllciiie No.
■■II.IMiJIKi--. iiilcinl. sl.tly days from (he 1I11I0
hereof, lo apply I" I he Milling Kei-oi'der for'a
( Vrl Hi cute of liiipinvenieuls. for lhe |iiii|.ose of
olilaiuIng a Crown Omni nl lhe ahnvo ciaiin,
Ami furllier take linliee Ihal acliuu. ..inijer
sec I io 11 '.',",'. must I'm commenced before the issuance of such Ocrlltlcalo of Improvements.
Dated this 14lh day of September. lUtii
J. A. HAKVEY. THE PROSPECTOR,   FORT STBKLE,  R. C.   N'oVK.M liKIJ  '-.���Hi":  (��he JTri^^citf r  .1  t  i.  71'  I  f.f,  H  i  1  . ���; i  . *  ' Ai  .. <x i  i -  -���'   1  i  ?>  ���    ,*?ATUIll>AV,   XuYK.MIil-'l" S.   1UU"!  K ITCH l-'N"Kit     iil'IONX      COIilmN  ���_ ���    c()i.i,i.:(ii':.  London,  Nov.   -l.--()llici;il   ��ul-  viccs I'roin'Klinrloiiui tell   of  lln;  ,  foruiiil   opciiinu'   nl'-(icirilon (_1ol-  iogi'A, lor which pl.'int. luivc   liocn  limiting   i'or   ;i   iniiulici'  ol 'ycurs  past.      Viscount    rCilf'lienor.    to  whom-more ilian iinvniic Hsu1lnj  success  o|'   the   iiiiii'ci'iiiK'iuy:    is  (inc, wits Ilio (���('iil.riil lifriiri" in the  iniiii.yuriil ccrcinonios and ninoiifi'  Llic other pari iciiiuins were lcnd-  O  inii- rcprosciiliitivcs uf llic l^.u.vp  tiai; "ovorniiicnl,  Tliouu'li    lar    removed     from  wli:il. are considered the   centres  t) ;  ol' learnino- and 'civilixntisn in  modern Ro'ypt, Oordon CollciTe  ill. K'liartouiii isidesin-iKul to'rank  among the foremost educational  institutions of that country. The  institution is to he. conducted on  progressive lines and tlio loach  in��s will oinhraco llic industrial  sciences as'well as,the lnoreooin-  ...jnpn branches of learimig. Religions dogma will uoi he. efubraced in thf" curriculum and Iho  college will ho open to Mohammedans, Jews, Assyrians and all  races lo bo found in Rg.vpl.  KWIRKU COIXC TO KN( J.IjAN I). b  P.erlin, , Nov. (i;���Ithnperor  William enibark'ed at Kiol'Joilay  on the imperial yacht Ilolionzol-  lern en route for lOngland. "where  ho is to pay a visit, of .several  days to King ftdward.  London, ' Nov li:���I'miporor  William's jirosont visit to l<7)ng-  'liiml is to be strictly ]irivate.  Thq Emperor is expected lo arrive at Sandi'inghain Saturday.  After <i stay there lor a week he  will pay a visil to 'the Earl and  Ooiintt-ss of Lonsdale al'Lowt,her  cast le before returning to Oer-  inany._ If is reported that the  Earl of Lonsdale has expended  'an enormous -sum in preparing  for the reception aiid enierlain-  nieiit of his imperial 'niit'sl.  IJIOIIt I.OOICKD   l'"OI"   IX   ITAl.f'.  lierliii. Nov. V>: -ll. develops  th:il, the postpon'enient of the  Emperor's visil ,to Italy, which  'was lo have taken place this  month, is duo lo the delicalc  condition of the Queen of Italy,  whoso accoucliinent is expected  within the next few weeks. The  Emperor's visit has been deferred until February, when he "will  join the imperial yacht Hohon-  zollern at Genoa and visit the  King of Italy at Naples and the  Duke and Duchess of Sparta at.  Athens.  immense  ODPomniiuj  For Getting a Beautiful Watch  and Chain Free.���No Money  Required.���Every Man, Woman, Boy or Grirl has the  same Opportunity under our  _ System  I ii order Ki Iinv.- 1 >r. Arnold'.-. Ku^li-di  Yo.siii I'ills ]il:iccil in llic liiiinls ul .til  pi'l-Mlllr. sllllcl'illjl   I'l'lllll    lltlll     lll'illlll    Ue  make, tin* following iiiosl   lilii'i'iil oiler:  II yon will send ns yuur inline and ail-  tlt-ess nnd anri'e lo sell lor us twelve  UiM'h of Dr. Arnoln'.s funli.sli To.\iti  I'ills at. 2.V. per box, nc will ^'ii'e yon  Aiisoi.u'ri-a.v   kiskk   a     mcAi'Tii'Vi.  WATCH A.S'D^JHAIN ill elllier Ladies  or' (lent.s si/e."or your choice ol 1 u'eiit \  nl her preniiiiin.s siicli a.s line set-, nl  Jewelry. I tin^s. Violins. Maiidolin.s.  'Pea Sets. 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Our wiitehu.s are the niu'iikir -tandard  size I'or Ladies and (leiitleinen in  Nickel or (lun Metal Cases wiilr handsome illuininated dials and reliable  time-keepers, walclio--such as no lady  or nciitk'iiian need be ashamed lo carry  and they will be .-ent absolutely l-'i\;o  In all who -ell only twelve hoxe-of  those wonderful Toxin I'ills.. Write al  once and be the lirsl in yum localhy to  net one of I ho-o beautiful watc.his and  clmill. An -non a- we receive your  lcl.ier or , post card we will -(end you  pn.-l. paid twelve boxes, to��etlii'r wiih  our Illustrated ('ataloiiUe and beatiti-  lully colored card with your name and  address on as our authorized ,a-;eiJt.  Hear in mind thai you will not1 be linked io-ell any more than 12, lioxc- and  we OON'-'I* WANT ANV MO.VKV until  al'ler you have sold them. We bear all  lhe expense and are' only makiny' litis  liberal oll'er a- a method.of iiilveriisiiisj  Dr. Arnold'.- Kimlish Toxin Till-.  Don't delay, wriu* al once and earn a  hciiiililul present lor your.-ell for  ('ltri-tnia.-. ,     ,  Address   ARNOLD   MEDICINE   CO.,  Dept.  .")0 Adelaide .Si. l'-a.-t, Toronto. Onl.  '2*  lV^v\/  :W$kW&&r$k & & ^ 'tk^Vk ~# ftft&.&ifc & & & ^ *���&.&&#.##���&#  *:  Headauarters   fox*   Milling   and   Commercial   Men  ���  The  sor  All    Modern     Conveniences  FORT    STEELE,    B.   C.  Large   Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.  Beftrrt.  *2��- Wood's FhosplioaiM,  The Great English-Remedy.  Sold and recommended !>y all  druggists in Canada. Only reliable lnedicinc discovered.   Six  fickages guaranteed to cure all  Weakness, all effect* of almsc  or excess. Mental Worry, Excessive use of Tobacco. Opium or Stimulants. Mailed on receipt  of price, ouepaokage *1, six, $5.  One will ptaiu;.  sijcwiUcure.   Pamphlets free to any address.  Xbe Wood Company, Windsor, Out.  '' Sold by A. W. I'leai-dcll. Dmi-HiM.'  itwumimniiuiummmuHW  -> J. TAENHAUSER  W'ATOIIMAKKI!  and   .11-: W 1'. I - !���: K  t,  V.nxviw in (4  Kiverside. Avemic.    ,  L'^ort Steele,  li. (*.  The Mining Center of South East Kootenay  Tlic Largest  Mineral Areas,  and the Most  Extensive  i r   Coal Fields on the  American Continent;  are Situated in  South East Kootenay  Agriculture  Crraxing and this  Lumber Industry  are Prominent  Features of the  District.   .   .  RECOMMENOEO  BY PHYSICIANS.  Pond's E&tract  Ovov fifty yours,!* li.-tweliold roinody  for ltiinis, S]ir.iiiiS. Wouiuls, Itriiisrs  (TJotifjlts, ('elds and nil nccidi'iits Im  ble to uceiir in ('\cry liemc.   Ki'Tjpj'3^"  CAUTION-Theic is only  one Pond's Extract,  sure you get the genuine,  sold only in sealed bottles  In buff wrappers.  iMINI'IKAr, ACT.  (I'-niiM  !���'.) '  (lIlll'I'll-'IOATi:  HI'   IMI*ll.lVi:.Ml'NIN.  The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway will pass  I   o ' ' '  through Fort Steele and Tap the Greatest Mineral Belt of the  District. *  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  NOTICE.  Maple I,eat l'Yaci ional   Mineral Claim.  Siliititc ui tin' l-'iii'l *-lli'i'li* M iiiiiii' Mimsiiiii nt  Snulh H.isi K(H)lciui>  Wlti'if Im-iilfil 'lit HiirMclii'i i\ .MiiiuiLiini  Uiljiiitiin^ tin-  Noitli   St.iy M iiuiifi ('imijiiiiiv's  |.|..|ICI iv  'I'til.'i-linliee tliilt I .1 I. I'.ti l,i-i. l-'t-Ci'Miiii-i'���,  Cisi'iiliciitc. II. I.I ���>I ii- Ajrcni im- tin- Vnnli  Si.ir .Miiiiin.' I'luiip iii.x. I.iniilfil. l-'ii'i' Miiici s  ('������ililitiiti' II. 11 -.Hi1 iiili'iitl -i\tv dins Hum tin'  dm.-   hi'ii-iil    in n|i|ilv  In   llic Minuiir l.'i'i'niili'i  Iin- ii (Vi liin .il.; i.i I i..|.l "l��� -11. ;'I. I,.-.. I, .1   1.1...   |.lll-  |i ini: ill' lililllillillK 11 ' 'I'OICII   (.ll'-illll    (if   lint   llliOVC  i-luiin. '  Ami I'lirl.ln'i- liiki* imli.-i* lliiiL (iiilidii. tin.l.-r  MTliun :!7. iniisl In- i-.iiiiiiiii.tnccd lii'foii' the issu-  II MCI! nf Sllfll ('(..rl.ilil-lllc 111   llll|il'lll'lt|llllllls.  .1.1.. l>Alil\|.'.U. Aniitit,.  Ilul.i-il Oi-.l.iiii|.|-��Htli, lilll-.'. '      '       |.|  AN ALL ABIDING FAITH.  The llliiuiN ('eiilrtll I (iiilroiid ('(iin-  |>,'iii,v lias1 an all tiliidinu lailli in 1 lie  lul lire til' t.he (treat Xorl hwest. A  short tiiiiu :i^o. tlii^ wa- nianire^led by  lite oMiil>li*hiiiciit. in Seattle, of an  iin'oncy fo lake care .nl' llieir inteivhlh  l.liere. The late-l ell'orl i.-, lo jiut on a  ���.|)li'iHliill.v e(|iii[)|)ed new train service  liclween .SI. I'iinl and Chicago. 'I'lie  ncu I rain.-, will lie riutii i ny i-iuiiday  Xovenilier 2nd. Tliey will u-e l.licir  own rails between Cliicat-i) and Alberl  Lea. Minn and the Mimieaixilih and St  Louis I5y. IrncU from Albert Lento  Miiinea|ioli-. and Si. I'.iul. 1-1111 nii��� ���_��� into  lhe Union hc|iol at Si. I'attl. whicli i-  llte -.aim- that is u.-eil b\ all line.-, in  iiiiiii uiiy.  The   train   U   lo   be   known a-. '-Tiie  Chiea��n.    Si.    I'mil   and     \litiiie:i|ioli-.  Liniiled"   and   will   cm-d-i  of -.leepin^  cur.   liiilTei,   library   c.ir  and   reelininc  chair ciir llirouuli williiiiil   clui iii" i-   be-  iiveen Clticano and M innea;.ol i-. and St.  I'niil.     I lining'c;ir-.t-rvice will   ,il-n   be  inainl.lined.   sup|iei-   b,-in<;   -;er\<-d   out  ol ('hiciiifo and bre:ikl.i-l into ('hicaoo.  Train-, will lc;i\e Si. I'.iul al 7:10  I'.M.  ���liitl arrive in ('liicai!o'l:.'!l) A.M.   I.eaie    , ,  ,,  ,,  dav and I' rid.u .  Apply to  R. L. T. Galbraith,  iwnsite office  RAILWAY  World's Scenic Route  DIRECT LINE  K.\  ST                            W'KST  W'innipei.  New W'eslniiiistci  Toronto  Vuiicouver  Olliuv.i  Victoria  .Montreal  Ska^'wviy  St   .loll II  DlllVMllI  ll.llil.l.N  Seattle  1 IllslOtl  1 'ortlimd  Xew Vor  c              t  San I'YanciM-o  KIMBERLEY.  iri'l'KIt l-AICl-: ST Kami-: its  ���ave   l'\irl   Willi.iin   Sunday, 'J'i  Near the lamous  NOTICE.  Thirty duys ul tor ,'lnt.i' I Int ������nil to :i |>|>ly to tlic  Cliinl ('iitiiinissiiiiiiii.-el' LiukIs iinil Woil.s   i'rii-ii  S|ii!iiliil licijiisu tn c'/it niul cio-i-.v ii.wiiy  liinlici-  from -.Llii:   followiiiK  ili'sci-ilmtl   liuitl   un   Sand  ,t:nti:l; in llic Soiitliiirn Division nl Kast   Kiiolc-  hiiy District,   (-iiiiinii'iicitii! at, ii post plnnlcd sit  .1. II. Liinifloy's iitirllitt'iisl coi-n r nf flliilm No I  ��������� iliiiiii'.i! norlli ciulily eliiiins. tlience cast ciidit.y  clniiiis. tlii'.nt-ii soutli i-lidity i-liains. tln-ni-c west  ��ll(lily c.liitlns m tlic. point of ciimincnci'iiii'iil..  UClubcr Kith. IHU-.  IS- VV. J- LANGL.12Y, Claim No. 1.  < liicaoo at 11:10 ''.M. and arrriie al Si.  I'.ml S: Id A. M.   niiikiiiu   clo-e  rmin   nun al St. I'aiil wiih till we-lern line-,.  T'ckeiscan be piire.ha-.cil \ i.i ibis line,  iu connection with all uc.-,',.orn linos, til  till stations.  l.-~or further, iiiloriiiiiliiiii rt'-.o-'ardiiii;-  rtiie.s, routes, tinie. etc.. call on or  address,  IJ. II..TUHMIU1I.I., I'nuiniercial A^cnl  Illinois (.'enfrtil IL It.. 1 |:i Tlti'rd St..  I 'orlland. Oregon. 'y ' '  I'.Mil, ' It. TllOAll'SDN. l-'reio-bt ,,UM|  I'asseny-er Ajfctit- Illinois ('eiifru.l 11.11.  Si'iiltle. Wash.  ANDREW    Nl-IDIG  GONTRftGTOR     and,    BUILDER  MOUSk'aND SKIN' PAIN'I'IM:  .  riALCl.MININI! and fAI'I'lll  IIANCINC  ..KOLt'P .STEEL 10,   15.  0.  U3P   All   work promi>tly done.  Via Soo Line  SI.   Paul.   Dulutlt,   Chicao'o  Tourist Sleeper Service  ���.. ' i-'.A.vr    .  Leave I'llniuore .1 iini'l ion daily . for  St. I'iiui, K'-.iiileiiiiy Laniliii-;-. Tuesday  and 'Saturday, for ���Tonuito and all l-Iiisf-  erii I'oinls.  wi.;st '   ���   ���  Leave I !evelsl(il<e daily for Seal tie.  Vancouver'and coas'l eilics.1   .  Throu-fli Tickets to l-'airope' via all  A flanlie lin-'s.       i  Prepaid   tickets    Trout    all  points a I  lowest rates.  l-~or"fnll particulars apply Io local  a,o-eiifs.  J. S. CARTER, -E. J. COYLB,  Dis. Pass. Agt,. A. a. P. A.  Nelsou. Vancouver  The    Coiniiig'   Town   of  East  Kootenay.     m***���^  North Star  and Sullivan IVUnes  A Ijimitcd lumber of I*ois for Sale  at Prices Ranging from  To    $400  UY as  prices will  lie advance J the lirst  O HI  NOW   IS   THE  TIM I*  T  ol''lhe. year.  ��� '   '/.'���  Apply  to  Land Commissioner, C. P. R.  I      Winnipeg, Man., or to  :[BEALE;&:E ;  Fort Steele and Kiinberley, THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, 7R.  C,,  NOVEMBER,fl,   1002.  North Star Lodge  NO. 30.  A. F. ANO A. M.       G. R. B. C.  "���"OUT M'KKI.i:   IS. c.  Regular mci'liiiKS- Ki 'l'lictlay in each  month uteljiht o'clock. VIsliini: liicilicrii an  cordially Invited.  Klk Itlier T.otluc,   I'Viiiic,  icj;uI:ii-  ineetiiiKs  held first t'l-lday of (-:u-li iniuiili.  Crunlirook Lotl^'c. fiiinbi-iiok, icyuliii- meetings held on lUc,llilid Thursday uf each mimlli  H. L. Mai her. Secretary.  ��� Rocky Mountain Chapter  NO. 125. R. A. M.  FORT STEELE, B. C.  Regular meeting- 2nd Tuc-day in  each mouth at eight o'eloek.  Sojourning Companions are cordially  invited.  R. L. T. Galbraith Scribe E.  ��hi�� l?xxa0;pectoxr*  SATUKDAY,   NuVKMIiKK  s.   \\nr2  ;>TTTTTTnTTTTTTTTTTT?TTtfTTTTTTTTnTTTTT?TTmTTF-:-  I  LOCAL NEWS.  1  ������.-UiiLiUUlikiLiLkUikliLlLiUliUiiUiikiLiiiU-:-  A hu-ga number of Fernie citizens were al Steele Weduestlay.  A lumtiii". party visited. Mum-  iners Flat Friday.  Professional.  Geo  S  McCbrter J   A. Hmvej  " HARVEY & MoCARTEK  r ' '      '        l\  Barrister?,  Solicitors,     ,  ���  ' iYwiinV.i   I'iMir,  l.'ovveyunccrs tic.   ��� ���  FORT  STKRJ.K, B.  C.  'REVRLSTOlfE STATION and OOLI1EN  COLLECTIONS       PROMPTLr      MADE.  W. R. ROSS  Barrister      -      -       Solicitor  NOTARY' HUELIC  CONVEYANCER.   .  Fort   Steele,   B.   C  Foht Steele Development Sr.snfciTU Ltd  123 I.eadenliall Street, T.nndonvKngl��iiil.  N. A. YVALLINGER, FORT STEELE.  POST OPPFCK I'.OX S.  THO, M A S,   M e V T T T T R  V     '  Fov'l, Steele B.C.  J. G. CUMMINGS  '. , .CIVIL   ENGINEER  Provincial    Land   Surveyor  i        c ,  ' FORT  ST1CWU3,   I J.  C.  GRASStCK   ft   DEMPSEY.  CONTRACTORS  A N1)  UUll^UBRS.  Fort.   Steele    H.C   D  A. Grez. tonsorial artist has  again opened up at lhe old stand  Stipendiary Magistrate Armstrong hekLeotirt at CYanb'rook  Thursday.   ,  'The Australian hotel, Morris  sey, will open with 11 ��riinil hall  Thursday November lwtli.  A large hand of Tobacco  Plains Indians were trading :lt  Steele duriiLv; the [>ast week.  A chess tournament will he  one of the attractions al, Masonic  Hall furnished liy'tho, I'ing L'png  Club.  There was"a sig.ill attendance  at ihe billing of the County  C'ou rt Wednesda y.  Boundary Line -*~  ?,r  ���i-  ���1*  -J*  ��f  �����'  V  iji  *  Kootenay  Hotel * *  Tobacco  Plains,  B. C.  JULES HUREL. Proprietor.  COOI)      ACCOMMODATION     i-'Olt    Tl \.W KIJ .1 NO      M I-1N  "A First Class Homo  a. Stage line leaves Kootenay Hotel for Ellen on Monday and JL  X Friday at 8 a in. Leaves Klk Hotel on Tuesday and Snliir- *J.  JL day at 6 a. in. j*  *  i'   The  ���i-s-rz .' *���  ���w*-* ���"- i- �����$������& 3 J"*-*-+��-  Canadian BanK of Gommeroe i  *  L. W. Palmore, of Find Steele,  has been appointed a Notary  Public in and fur the Province  of British Columbia.  o   ?  .I. 0. Cummings, P. L.S., is  now engagedDin ��� surveying tim-  br-rTnnsts'it) the Elk Kiver valley  for'the Mott A Sons Luui'bor  Company.. ��  Lost:���Violin and, case be  tween West port ilat and Fort'  Steele on the mpniinir of Nov. 1.  Finder please return to E. .1.  Highwarden. Barber shop. Fort  Steele.  The Steele House  Fort Steele, B. C  tentfiilly  Situated on  JCiversicle Avenue.  Conducted on Up-To-Date iMeLhods.  The Best Bar In Town. 0  U. lYTcINTeisli  PUOPIillflTOR.  ������tt*^************^*************'*'*****-**^**********^**  hi^ad orrici-:--Tor<ONTO.  I'.ikI up ('.'ipil.-tl -f.s.(i(iii.0(i(i:  Iti-.'cii' l-'timl ���t'-J.(Ki(),(Ki(i:  A'jyi'c;::ile I Ic-mircc-. Out -f(iri.(lO(l,(H)i|.  i  I (iiuliiii ollice-; (10 I iHtihiirJ Si reel, \'.. C.  Nc-n   Noili Oll'ici':   Hi rxcIi.iiiRc  I'liicc.  Anil iiS lii-iiMclii'.', in Oitii.'i(J:i. llic Iiiiil?'il'SI-iIch ninl lii-itish (Joliiiiiljiu.  %   Cranbrook Branch,  ���ir  lie  ���%  *.  *  HUBERT "HAINES, Manager.   %  ��**f.C-V frtfi-Wtia *v- s> *>�����. -; IKS'**'*!">�����"���! ?< s>i&��*-Afr��'-��-**rS5-����t(i>-t>!<'"i"��-*****#*  All placer claims in Southeast  Kootenay legally held are laid  over fromOctober 7th until June  1st, IHO;1..  Fort Steele  Diamond Jubilee  M/SSH.1WOSS.        ���      HOSpltal  Minu.v.  Qraduali; or Si. l.ukc> lloiplitil.  Vuncoiiver, H O  Thiu.. Iiiutitutioii hu^i been recemly  enlarged by a new wiiitf which ii now  open for reoepiion ot patients. For  terms apply to��  MI33  B. TMoss,    or    J. F, dMITH, SrO.  jUu.t,rOii. Port Sleele B.C.  GEARY   &l D0YLE9 ���  Llveru, feed & .Sale Stable.  Port Steelf   Li.C  Reg-ular  Daily   SLa^c   iiu-i-i.-i  nil  train-j ut Foi-L HterK: J iinctiun  ,     SAD DM-: ii   I'AOK   rtOKSKS  lEiMINU ()l'.ll.l    KlNK.s.vSIMCI.11  n  J.   HIGHWARDEN.  PIONEER  BARBER SHOP  Farm lands .in tho Kootenay  valley is in demand and" the  price i.s being advanced. <  "'There may hoothor newspaper premiums, hut. L-ert;utilya.hi)M! bein^ dir.i.rib-  nted io subscribers of ihe Family  ] Jura Id and Weekly Star. of. Montreal.  Ihis year, are 1 lie Iinenl we have, ever  seen.,, ������Alone" and ���'Purity-' are the  titles und are easily worth many times  the price asked lor that threat paper  and picture-; combined. The pictures  are enclosed in l:ir��e straw Ixiard cases  l wo feet lunj;. and reach the siibscrib-  crs in perfect eondition. The mails  every day urc full of these -draw board  onsen and liave eiiiiscd a "i-cat deal of  speculation as io what ihey cuiilahied.  Port  Steele  Meat MafK&t  i  ' * ti  H. THIRY. Proprietor.  Fresh and Salt Meats Always Oh  Ilaiul.  BritislLGoiuinwaPotOT.Ga.Lid.   ,������--   VICTORIA.  JI. C.   ''  r '    , manuI'"ac:tui-k��s  op  $   VITRIPIBD   <  SALT7GLAZED' SEWER' PIPES.  AM,   KIN OR  OP  ii ' it  Sinnit.'iry Pil'ings, Agrinull urnl Drain Tile, Plowe.r. Pols,  'IV't-rn Colta., Chininoy Pipr> and l^lu'f Lining, Chiinney rl'ops,  Kire lii-iflv, l^ire 01:iy.��� All" Kind* ol" l'nire Clay fJoods.  Assayers* l^iirnacos, e,lc. maile, lo order.  Ornamental Oanlen IJoniei* Tiles, Vases, VAC  Ccmenli,  1'last.er  of Pans.  Lime,  and AU Kinds of Ornamental  Plaster Work  a.  CARLIK   & DURICK  c (i'l��N I.R A i.    jM KKC1I ANTS  l-'ort  3t. John's Church of England.  Services will he held in t.he  (Jlmrch of St. John the Divine  every Sunday evening ut 7:H0 except on tho third Sunday in each  month when the service will be  held at 11 o'clock a.m. by Ilie  vicar, the Rev. ll'. Beecham.  Holy Communion will be administered at the close of the  service.  Strangers are welcome. s  I'KICSBYTF.RIAN   CHURCH.  D'rvine Worship jvill be held  ih the Presbyterian Church  every Sabbath morning at 11  o"clock.   ,  Sabbath School every Sunday  at half past two o'clock.  Choir practice every Thursday evening at 7-ttH o'clock.  Pu^or:    A. L. MAonorOAf.U'  NOTICE.  Notice i- licic-liy biu n 'ilial :'���() 'l��>v ������"'' *'�������������"  I liiitlnl Id nW'ly lo lln- Clnel t'oinini--i��>ni'i i>l  Lmid-. mid W'dtl;- fin )i luetiM' t" pKi-iK-i-l tor  cdtil ii|ion tiie follow iiiR ile-,i-til)i'il IiiikI-.  <iiiihI��'(1 in lOn1-! KoiiH-iiiiy on ilie e:i-l ".i'lr ol  ihe Vlmli&d Kiver abfiia fuiirieen.uiilcl'iioi'ili  AGENTS   WANTED.  Either on Full or Part Time.  Are yon Miiislird Willi  yfiifr1' iiiroinc''  Ts your lime' lully  occiipiody.    If   noi.  oriho numuinry T.iiie. Cuiiiiiii'in'ini,'nt n I"1 . writi' iia. W'n rail��b'f Vou i'iii|)loV-  JH-lnB lbe noilhw-tsi corner ��M ^U''M A/'"\^lut.M hv tJi^in'ontll oil "OO.l ti>rm> Ol;  P^i^.vs   elniin,   llrt'iice cn'.l  SO cliitin-   ll.eni'i' ���       ., " ,     ,       .  oiuli  Ml cli.-iiii'-, thence wcl M)chiiin-. tlience  ��� iiiiiii' Ml elniins  In'luiiill of cuiiiiiii'iieciiienl  C.'oiiisiiniiif,' M0 iirrc moie or lc��i��.  Dnle.l Oeloli'-i -iiiil, \WH. ��� i  MVIt.UAJI  LOUIS PAI^V.  I.oeiiloi  41 ' llelirv Kruse, Agent.  NOTICE.  N'olice i- liei-eliy Riven llinl "ill "luy-. iillcr 'UUe  I l il I villi to ll I'I'l > I" ll'e Clllcl Colli III 1���.inner nf  I.Hinl-, ninl Winks I'm it liceii-e In |.io^|iei'l loi'  conl ilium the inlloHinj? ilesei ilieil IiiihN  niliuileil in r.n-l k'ofileniiy on the eii-1 side ol  lln- l'Mutheud liner iiliout louileeil miles noilli  nt the liciiiiiilni.v Line. I'liiiiiiieiieniK nt 11 I'Ost  lietii'f the south eiist euinei ol Ciitoline (lediles  cliiini. ihenee noilli Md elniins thence west Sn  elniins, Ihenee soutli Si) chums, llience ensl st)  elniins m jiliice ol hci;iiiiiitt!;. i.'ontiilninif t'.H'  acres.  October 'Jinl, 1_WU.  it  ' OAliOlTlNTl'.TlRITUHS, l.ncutor.  Ilein-v K'iuw. AHeiil.  NOTICE.  Xolicc is lieielii gi veil Hint .'.(I duys iiftei ilitle  I iiuenit In iijii'ly In tin- Clnel l'i mi in issii met of  Liinils jind Woi ks ini ii license |o |ii<is|iei't lot  conl tl poll lhe fiillou :nii dcs.'i ilicil Inn. Is si untie  in lOnsl Kooiciiiii nn ilieeiisi side ol the l''ltlt-  Itenil Uivel iihoiii loiulccii miles north ot lhe  Itotindui-y I,inc. (-nmiiifitciiiK .-it a post lic-  niK lhe nni Ih e isl i oi nci nt Alexiitntei l-'itlton  Oeddcs elniin. llicn-e sniilh wi chrtiits: Ihenee  ivcsl W) clniiiis, Ihencc in.nil mi chnins. Ihenee  ciisl .so chnins to lln.' pi-ice nl l.i>i;ilinil'.K. eim  mining two ncics.  octobei 2nd, mn"  Al.l'.XAN'l)|.:iI l''Ifl.'rON LlKllllKS.   l.ocaloi  41 Ilciuy lCiuse. Abciii  conl riii't. lo |my you wc\] lor sin-li lni.si  iier..s :ih<"you enn soi-uiv I'or lis al odd  I hues.' \\V eni))loy hoili in'nle ami  foiualo' i-opri'.-siMit:tl i \'i'.-.. The neM  I liri'i; iiKinl lir, i.s l.hc very ln'��i. I.inie ti.  soil our noods.' .\'o di;|josii i.s ri��cjuiri-'il:  out Ji t is absolutely freo. \\ro liavu the  lar^iiMt nnrsL-rii's in Oaiuida -over SOI)  ariv.s��� a lai'oi' r:in��v of viiltialilc m*\v  h|ii'i'ialtii'.s. and all our slock" is uiiariin-  U'oil :is i'i.'])ri'.s(:iiiuil. II you want to  rojircscni iho larncsi,, most popular  and licst, Icnown iiur.sory. ivi-iie its. tl,  will he won li your wliilo.  STONE   &   WELLINGTON  ������('miuda'h (IrcatiwL Nurncrii'^,"  TOltONTO. OX'I  SiCL'Ic,  SolC AsJCillS' lor the  Ganton'Steel  East  Koolenay  (?      '     .  COMPANY  Tins Sti:i:i. is gtia'ranieeil lo L)((; ci|iuil lo .Torso])'s  or   PirMis in all  .    vllAiiD Rock Wokic. ���        , ' %  Mf^I.IC ACI'TITR  t (  SOI.K    AfJlONTK  Grows Nest Goal company  Giant-Powder company.  ,JVlining  Supplies a  Specialty!:  Ayonls for t.li'o,   NJaSSRV     HAKIilS    CO.,  Limilod.  Farr-iing   Implements.  T12NURRS.  We lias.- not iuUunced lite price nl  ii.ii- i.iliaocos. Ainl.er sinolciii" inliacco  iluli-,. Currtiiicy ami Kail' I'lay chi'wiii.y  lnliiu-i'o- arc llic same .si>-c unit price lo  Uu- < 'ouiiiiuer :n fci inerly. Wo have  ,,i���, cMclidcd lln: I inn- Tor I lie redcin|>  non ol Siiiiwshoo la-;-,   lo  January   lit.  i'.MH  'J'lll. KMiMiti'" 'j'0|,A(.,,,p Co.,   I.'rii.  .MINKI'.AL A( 'I'    is'.nl  (I.'iium  I'- 1  Everything Strictly First' Class.  Next door to lite Prospeet(/rA  JS  ( (.it'll I'li.-A-ii: in   i.MilK.VI.MI.Nri  .'..', NOTICE.  '���|'i-o-|,.-cloi'J:|)i-ciim". "<'l<l   Ahc",. and  . .Vlt.-n'. D'or" Miil'-rnl Clniiiis.  ���Situate in the l.-.irt St<-.'l'.- Minim'. Division ..I'  Mart. 1CihiI"ii:i>' Ml.sl.'rli-i.  Wh-i- hicil-l y"�� \V.ii vi-i '.'i' '���!:���  T.U��'; mil i.-.-t Inil I. J' s A.  IllilV-y. I-'.M.C  No7  ' l!.i::'.��|ii ' .icl'inl: n- nC'-nl. for .lolin.''. ( D-een  l.'.M.c. No.     l'..<'i"'-'.V "��� ���!. Sl'.iw   l"ii'':er.   I-'.M.O.  _,,,_., ��,.��� 3      No   --11 iVHIir-   .lo-'i'.h  II    l.nidliiiv.    l-'.Mi'.   .>'���'<-  Oooks Cotton Hoot Componnd '7,,,.,,,..    ,���,���������. s   \pu.���-is. i-.m..-. n..  Ia BncccHBfallr nsc^ monthly by oyer j  7|, fVr.-,.,   ���,,,| I r, .1 I'    N��i tun v.   I'lci-Min-i -  |,  |..;,-,u        inii'iiil.   -nt)     iln.vs  h.Ti ..i,   to npi'ly to tl"- Minim:  !lR" i Kecii.'1-i im���'��'  ��� No. |    . ,.      ...  ,.,.,.4,,;,,^ ;!,.���,,,HM it,Hi.l   ..I  Ml  10,0001.ddltH. Safe,elTeotunl. l.ddlen��flk :  ' TourdruKKist forCwk'i Cvtloa .ImI C��b- |' ",ll,ll(';i"'  pHa4.~Tako nootlier,so all Mlxtiircd. plllnand i ;i.������,-}  tin.   1  Imitation* are dangeronfl.  Prlbe, No. I,.$lper ; ,���,...,,,,],., ,oi'a i Vi I ii.c.uc ������( I iniirnveiiieiii -. Tor  box;Ko.B, 10 dexrees Btronger.JS per box. No. I   '"'   .       j  1 oti,mailed on receipt of price and twol-cenl ; t >"' I'tirim v "'  Itainpa-    Th�� Oook Ooiiipany WlndBor, Onl. j mI.ovc el.iiins.   Non. 1 and lioldand reconnuended by all        .,.,, ,,,,.,;,,..��� ,���k,.   notice  tlmt  in-ii'm.   under  ,n.ll,l.ll...fffflula   I..  fi.n.A. Aim   noi...   .>  rtopoualble Druggists lu Canada.  iN'Ori  1.and 2 Bold   in   Fort   .Steele   by  A. W. Bleaadell, Druggist,.  ;���! ion :17. inin-i I ..en  enced In-fore llic i-sii-  llc- of siieh C.-llilicalc .if I iiipiiiveiiienli-.  HHicd llii. :ii(li day of <.i. toli.M-. I'.ir:  i,. J. A. HAUVKV.  Crow's Nkst Land .V lli.:vi:r.oi'.Mi:N"r  C'OMI'ANV,   I.-rn.  ( IN   l.lyl'lUA'i'lii.N'.  ���  'renders   will   lie   rci'ci\cd hy A.  II.  DlI'LOOlC.    I.iijtiidainr   tor   Lhe"   above  Company   until   November L'lltli.   I!��0l*.,  fur I lie sale ��ii-blnc or M-par��lcly of lhe  IdUowinn- parcels _nf   land    siluale   in  (Jroup   1   ICootenay   Di.slrict. - abiitlino  on and lyinn- norlh ol Lake Moyie, subject  to  an   ant nii'iit   ivhich has been  eiilercd iMl��� ��� for lhe s.ile ot llic limbcm  ou the .said l.utds.  Lot S7'.i�� iiioii|. I Knoll n.iy liisLiii'i r,4tj anus.  "   '.'-im I i "        -;i-.s  ������   wo i       "      I i I ."..I  ���:ti,- i ��� inn  "    I08H       ������       i        ��� n;n  The liiirhesl. or any lender iiol..nc(M'..s-  Hiirily in-iteptcd.  l''or     I'lii-l.ln-r     pari ictilars < apply    lo  A.'-H.   llll'LOCK'.   l,i(|tiiiiai(ir.  Vancoi'ivku. .!��.'<'.  Or  lo '.':  O.   i'Lt'N'K'K'r'i'. Solicitor.  .   V ANi;oi.i'v'Kif,   15.  ('.  1  NOTICE.  Takk Niitici: tlial CO duys alter ilin.e I In-  li'iiil i'li apply in tli.- ('liiet ('iiiiiiiilssioiiei' ol  Lands and WorUs for permission in piii-cliasc  tiin lollowin.r lands in Snuili Plus: Kootenay  (.'..iiiiiiciicin:,. at the North West, amilc of Joyce's  l'rc-oiiipi ion, tin-lice cast uliiiie llic norlli limit,  nf said.prc-i-iiipiion Mn eliiiins. tlience norlli :il  cliains, . ilienee, w'e.st l.o the St. Mary's III ver.  llieiiee follnwiliy tlic St., Mil r.v's Illver I if tin-  lilaeii of Ijcijiiiniiii.:. !' [���  Diitnil llilb 13tU day (if Oeloliei-. A.I). 1902.  4'J- JOHN. T. MUL.CAHY.  SHORT LINE  BETWEEN  STPAUKHICAGO  OMAHA^CHICAGO  KansbCitytHICAGO.  Your ai.ii'.ni.ion is eallod lo _t.hu  ���'Pioneer Limited" trains or i.he ''Mil-  wiuilccc & St I'aul llaihviiy." '''t'lic only  perfect trains in the world."  Nrou will Iinil il desirable lo ride ou  I liij-ieji'uins when n'('i" '" ".".V point iu  llle I'lasUirn Sliilcs or ( 'anada. 'I'hey  conned with all Trauscnuliiicutal  Traiin and all Tided, A^enls sell  tickets.  For liirllter inforiual ion, pamphlets,  etc. asl: any Ticket  Anctii, or  II.   L.   h'OKI). II.  S,   ItOWK,  I'as.s.  Aneui,, (leiieral Acenl,  SI'OKAiN'K. I Ml IT I. AND.  1 N. HANSON, I  E General iVlefcHarit AN[> 3  I L^ic|��-ior Dealer. =3  NOTICE.  N'olice is llelcliv ({I Veil lll.'ll .ill iliIVs ntlci iltltc  1 intend to tipph to the Clnel CnmmisMimci ol  Lands ninl Wm k^ nn a liccti-.c to piospri t tot  coal upon the follow in^ <li-.ci ilicd land situate  in Lust ICi...I.���!������;;.��� on lheca-t Mile ol the I'Mal-  lll nil    ti'IM-l.   iiliout    ell-Veil    miles    iiinlliot   the  l'..iiin.uiry i.lnc. i.'iiniiiiciiciiiK' nl tin- tnitlat  ���pnsl of Joseph, Austins claim liein;j the norl h  ui'Sf cornei- adjacent lo the souih west corner  of Lizzie iM. Iiij-'liiiins ciaini. I hence sinilh sn  chnins. Ihencc cast Sli e'jiiiins, Ihenee tinrlli Sn  elniins, Ihencc west Ki) chains lo the place ol  Inyilllllll;,'. r.illhiillllli; lllll acres'.  JOSHI'li  AIIS'I'IN.  I.iiciilor.  I lenr.v K ruse. Atfciil.'  Diile'i'l Oclolier Ih. I'.Kl-.'.     f .11  BREAD, CAKE       7  AND PASTRY,  A   specially   al   lhe  CITY  BAKERY.  Mrs.  A. Neitlig:  Next Door to Oriental Hotel.       "  J^:     NTiinurnol.iiri'r of :tll ICinds ol" Liimhcr,       A largu assort.   ' ^3:  ^ mmil, of soiisonod Tjiinilior iiiid iSliiiiylcs n.lwiiys ^5  S^: on hand ~ZZ.  g D1MKNKK)N     'LUMRKU      A      SPRCIAlVrY. ^  I      WflSfl.        BG.      I  ^iiiiiuiiiiiiiaiiiiiiUiiUiiiiUii'iiinuuiuuiiiiiuiiiiuiiiiiiiuiif  ~~ Monte Carlo Restaurant.^  THE MOST I  UP-TO-DATE  l'LACK IN  l.'OUT STK1SLE. I  WM. ROBINSON,   Proprietor  KvcryLliin��>  Cooked  "AS   v<ni   I.IKK   IT."'  Port    Steele  tevyiHg   Co.  FORT STEELE, ���B.C.  MA-;vUh\'U:'!,M.]m<;Kft     and      lii.l'.WIOKS  .-Oh1    lOXTKA  , FIHF.  ;: BEHR    fa   : PORTE��v;''  SOLD    BY ��� TH.K, {,BAP,;RKi.��� ���'KKG    OR    B0TTLKD  Bottled heer i'or. fa'mi.ly use a specialty.  quTKrmfl ouoiflits civkn stixMCI1 ^ pk'.omi't attknticin--  SATISFACTION 'GUARANTEED rU&Srisi  Mutz & Scott, Projp's.  1  I  A  }  c  I )  \  .!  i  .t-1  ?'


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