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 RoL-oraci-7* u��>����  ��*       1  "I,  ���# pj-uii^-injTJiann.arinrinJ-inriJTrLr1^-  h'       MINKI'AI,   I'liOUUCTlON   Ol"1  HAST KOOTKNAY   DIVISION  ,    IN    li'lM      $2,850,289 ,  b' .mis"i:i:ai. pitonrcrioN of '3  2- Hiiri'isji coi.UiMiijA in iwii fi  % $20,713,501 S  Voi. <S.  FORT STBBLB, B. C,  SATURDAY, OCTOBBR-U, 190)2.  No 4-1.  New Advertisements To-aay.  Nntire���Auilu-'w Hai-Ucu  I'W  ICihuinl -Jovoll         Oloiii l-Vliliicss   Ili-llu P. Iliiil-i-lO    J; - .I a I in - l<hi.ln-A' -^..-L. .....j ,., ...-^-.- -I'*-���  Holm M:ilici y    ���      ���������'���������  1{. .1. I.ui;iiii   ������     -.1. \V. I'lillllps   .. ���������    "  tl. ('. Milli-r               "  KiiKi'lii' Tiiiisli-y           (lyiHKC. I fit 111 It ri in    I'. S. Iiyi iu-s       ...       Miuy Knlu'.v  ���   i    " '  ���'      (Ic(��|;i- IIiiiisi'   (Icciip- Mllli-i       -  ,1. il. Sliin-i     , ���  .1. K. H'-tlily     , ���      "  l-'ll'll lliililulu     lliiKli Mi-tiiilii'  .     .      "  W   A. Illirlii-U .: , "  "       Kiiln-i-1 Uiissi-II       ���   > "  H. i-:. iMiinips  ���   "  .Inlili Amli'isim   .laini'.N Amlei-s.iii   Joseph |{ii;liy.,r .'..'.      "    ':  "  Aiiilit'W tln-i'ii..  .'   .Insupli II. Wiittlit     "  "      (ieoi-jc tli'iiry     ','     ;  duo.ing ore at Ihe rale ol' 40 tons  per day. The ore is of a high  grade.  There is no section of   Urilish  Columbia that shows more  gon-  mirMfTvT^i7nTfmi"n7>7l:i)al ~a nil  coke, and liiiube.r than Southeast*  Kootenay.  Another smeller has been  overtaken with misfortune, ��� this  time it is tlie Sullivan smelter.  The trouble is caused by mismanagement.  Mining, the coal industry, and  after that lumbering form the  main industrial strongholds at  the present, lime iu the Fort  Steele mining division.  ���t-nnnnnrcmmnmmmTTTmfwmmrPjj  E In Tunnel and Stope |  fc '3  1'IOURV   CDEI'UC.    ���   Messrs _Ross. _J3a u If s._Al.dHQIk.  BURNING QUESTIONS.  Joseph AM.Ii*y. ... '������.  William Asik-y   ���'      Uiii-vi-y .1. llni ils   Kyihi Hn>s .' ,.���������  Personal.  I.      i  ���Win.   Carl in   v isi led   Wardner  "Wednesday.  f>i  George '  Laurie,    Marysville,  was in town-Friday.  'J   "  Robert Dorc came down   from  Wild 1-JorsrvCrook hViday.  -    - ��       .. "��          '  ,'7PetW- Jensen    returned    from  the Silver Queen mine Thursday  ���'    Albert  Banks  returned   from  Perry creek Thursday.  II.   W. - Ross   went-lo   Perry  " creek Thursday. '     '  11. .J. Brock',   Cranbrook,, was  'in lown Monday.  Rarrislor W. Li.'  Ross, Fernie.'  was"at Steele Sunday last.  K.   .T.   Rig-bye   returned   from  Morrissey Tuesday.   ���  ���' .  p   " ,      ,        ���   '  "  1  '��� D. .1. Klmor,'   Wardner, was in  " town Thursday.  Oeorge ..Geary has gone to  Fairiiiounf Springs mi   business.  10. C. Smith, M.P. P.. relurned  from his Bull liiver ranch  Thursday.  The mines of, Soutli East  Kootenay will bear the most  rigid investigation.  -    A. L. McDormottand'S. Hayes  Cranbrook. wen; al- the ItupjuMiiJ/j''  Sunday lasl-.  Thomas Crahan, ihe Morrissey  townsile man. was a visitoi at  Sleele Thursday.  II' W. Barnes. Fernie. was  visiting friends at h\-rt .Steele  Thursday.  Advertising in. TiiR Puos-  pkctoii is the most nu Iri I ions  food for a growing business.  Of Interest To   Silver-load Miners.  I f freight and treatment rates  on silver-lead ores lo smelters  located within a- radius of l;"i0  miles are $18 per ion, why, and  how can ifbe transported 2.000  miles and treated at the same  ligure?  Which is tho heaviest burden  on the 'mining industry of Southeast Lvootenay, freight rates, or  the cost of treatment of ores/  Who is reaping the benefit of  a 'reduction in the price of coke  from $1-1 to $G'per ton delivered  at'smelters in tho   Kootenays'/  If coke at the ovens��� f.o.b.. is  worth fc-i per ton, why should  the freight rale on a haul of '200  miles cost 50% of the value of  llio coke?   6' '  "' llasMhooosf of Irealihenl and  transportation ��� decreased in  similar proportions in that of  coal and coke, durinu I ho past  throe years?  Who is reaping tho benefit of  a reduction of over 100% in the  price of coal and coke delivered  to smellers in West K'oolenay?  If treatment and transportation  rates were roil need in a. similar  proportion lo Ihat of coal and  coke, would I he silver-lead mines  lot-Southeast  Kootenay be in ac  tive'opera tion?  Ts it/not a fact that the. mineral barometer of the Kootenays,  is the transportation charges  placed on ores by the C. P. li. ?  Mosdaiues liussel. Levelt. and  Miss Cunningham accompanied  by Kov. A. L. -Macildiigiill visited Pish Lake; ranch hViday.  Neil Bray and George Watson  who have been prospecting in  t.he vicinity of Bull liiver, returned lo Sleele Thursday.  John liic.i- has gone to Wilnier  He will have charge of the construction of a compressor plant  at Ihe Ptarmigan mines  Southeast, Kootonny.  Southeast Kootenay a. thriving silver-lead section of British  Columbia, will again make ils  mineral weal 111 known' as soon as  tlie lead market of the province  justifies ���>�� increased output.  Wihl'Horse, creek is.'showing  up some ...splendid hydraulic  placer mines, as wo.lba.s-a, largo  number of gold quartz prospects  Several small -companies are  doing considerable .development  work oil the north fork of Wild.  Horse creek. ,  Ono of the most important and  "growing, enterprises in. South:  oast Kootenay in the noa.r future  will ho that of gold dredging.  The North Star  mine  is  pro-  Items of Interest.  Sir Wilfrid sailed from Liverpool for Canada Tuesday, Oct. 7.  The Shamrocks defeated tho  Vicioria lacrosse team, with a  score of 11 to 8.  The whole of the Pennsylvania  militia has been called out. Tho  sinkers think they ought to have  concessions made I hem.  Oil fields at Beaumont are on  (ire for thcrsecond lime wilhin a  month. The loss is roughly es-  timaled at *100,<m.hi.  liegimenls from all parls.of  Pennsylvania are inarching inwards t.he. strike region. Infant ry,'cava.lry and artillery.  The Columbian ' gunboat  Bogota lias sai led. for. sou I hern  wafers'.. 7 She is "manned , by  American tigiiIers 7 whit 'have  seen service where 'lighting', had  been the predominating characteristic, y ��� c  -.    y  ���The- veterans of the G. A...R7,  and naval veterans, of .the (iO's  are holding a, re-union at Camp-  h'oosevelf. Washington, D.C.  ���' The unanimous decision of all  local unions in coal districts of  Pennsylvania, is to continue the  strike, and not to return to, work  until concessions are made.  Three, million ton*. I'bf British  coal has been purchased by New  York dealers.  aid and others who are now engaged in prospecting and developing largo uresis of gravel  on Perry Creole, Ihe depth stud  vsiltie will be determined by  means of a large steam shovel.  This is the lirsl allempl to prove  Ihe value of the gravel deposits  by up-to-date appliances and Ihe  resulls are si.wailed wiih interest  by' local mining men.  tioioi. I'OoitMA.v nuoi'i''.  .lolin P Larson is developing  the Tiger-Poorman group of  mines which are located   on   the  - i - _,- i.���. i_ _ ,..- .cu ,~���,* ...i v\r; i,1.  U t\'tuc-iiwl IveturniiKejirnim���niid  Horse ,c reejfs. A number of  funnels have boon run at different elevations on tho vein showing up an ore body of eight hundred feet abovoiholowev tunnel  The work done fhis<year is of a  most satisfactory l character.  There"is a large amount of high  grade ore on" the dump.  WILD  riOKSlU, 1>LAC13KS.  Tho big' hydraulic companies  who' are operating , on Wild  Horse Creek have about' completed the season.' The clean-up is  progressing and will be finished  in November. Tt. is expected  that the yield1 of placer gold' for  ihe current year will exceed that  of ��� liJOl. O.wners of properties  will not handsome returns in  the way of royalties, leases, etc.  A MONO   TUK   MINUS.  The big hydraulic mines on  Wild fl-Torso Creek ,are milking  preparsit ions fori the cleaning up  of Humes, ditches, etc. ���  \Work,"on the Estcllsi is progressing. Messrs Pollen, Laid-  law and Parrish inspected tho  mine lasl weelf and were pleased  wiih the existing conditions..  In the vicinity of Bull, River  there are many prospects cwliieh  bid fair, with development lo become producing mines.  There are rumor's of a deal being made for a big iron property  on Dibble Creek.  UOAR1NO   K7INO   OliOl.'R  Actual development of the  Roaring King group of claims,  situate on Perry crook will commence next week. A large  amount of supplies were sent to  the mine from Fort Sleele  Thursday. I*1. Williams will  have charge of the work under  the supervision of H. W. Ross.  It is reported that work will, be  continued during the winter.    '  MINlSliAL   LOCATIONS.  ;- A certain amount of activity  is noticeable in the records at  the government office.  Porfy new locations   wore   recorded   in   September.      During  io same time lii'ty-three   certificates of   work'   were   recorded,  and four certilicales of  improve  nient were applied I'o  transfers   of   mining  were also recorded.  started at the Trail smeller, thus  materially increasing the treal-  menf at the .smeller. Work on  No. 1 furnace, which is the  largest in 1he Kootenays.   is   be-  .1 llO'_)-llc:l !��.. 1 . I I���-1-.11 1 ��� l-in-llljlW-.!* 1 n  r*.��r>���- *������".* ��.������'.,~-.�� ...���'- ,�� -���  as soon as completed.  Kitchener in Command.  It is believed to he more* than  likely, in view of the situation iii  the Soudan. Ihat Lord Kitchener  will again assume the chief command in1' India, the rising  tide of Mahdisin. which once  more Ihrealeiis to'wipe out the  rule of the while man in northern.Africa. '  | Late Telegraphic News |  [��i7!njGDiSXruuinTui7!nyiJU  Special io The I'iiospiictok  1IAI.I.  CAINU  COM 1 NO.  ' East  Kootonay Stock.  (i  fJrow's Nest (  "onl   A.sU-cd.  *  Uid.  Moll.  i\<in.N Hi,;ti--. .  Sullivan.  St. Kutfiiiie   .  ' rp  oil  ��� ill-  Al  111  Silvoi  ���-lead Quotations  ���0      n  Now Vork.  Oct. 10:  Har Silver   Mnvir'.-in ilnllni-5 .    . !  50 i  ,     AOi  Lcml       Cop])'or   . .'..  ,   '4-12-5  11.50  fjoutltin.   0(  copper .C52 2s  ���I.    1(1.���  (id: lend  Silver.  2  , ��10   ils  1  !����� 1(1(1;  d.  Market Conditions. ,  Distribution of mining supplies,  shows no diminution,   and   prospects'are  bright   for  continued  activity.  Dealers in lumber  are urgent,  for prompt shipments.^. _'  Conditions are  unchanged  in  the   Crow's   Nesi   coal   market.  i     i' -���  There are prospects of moving sr  large-tonnage over .the Crow's  Nest Southern Railway.,  Copper was' dull and fell - off  several points in the New York  marked this. week.  Lead was lower in the London'  market, but remains  unchanged  al New Ydrk.',  Surveyor at Work.  John McLatchie. P.L.S.,  Nelson, is engaged in surveying  a group of seven claims on the  west fork of the St. Mary's river  The claims will be Crowii granted jn the near future.  Mining- Notes.  The hydraulic season in the  vicinity of Fort Steele has been  good, and there is every indication of an increase in tho gold  output for the current year.  Rich- free gold float has been  found and a number of very  promising claims located in .the  main range of the Rockies.  It is gratifying to note the remarkable improvements now being made in the development of  the mineral resources of Southeast Kootenay.  The Fish Creek placers which  were discovered hist month,  have been prospected lo a considerable extent, and tho owners  believe that the fine gold,  with modern methods will yield  handsome returns on their invest in out s.  The iron mines on Rull River  and Iron Creek contain immense  bodies of beinalile ore, which  only needs lo be developed to  yield large results.  On Little Bull liiver there are  extensive areas of gravel which  will soon" become a promising  field for investments.  The clean-up of the Nip and  Tuck placer mine at, 'Wild Horse  Creek will be larger this season,  tlisin-thiil. of last: year.  Two problems are ai the present lime confronting mine ownr  ers of Southeast' Kootenay. The  one is the question of  a   market  for silver-load ores and tlie. o!,hor  Among-  tho Smelters. '���.,,.     r.  .     ��� | is that of ti ansportation.  Crt'on wood smelt ers   are   run-    7 .      y     ���     '..���..,  ...  ,.,,,,    ., i     ,.y    ...i.:.,,,.       No district in IJriish Co umbut,  ning lull blast, ami   are   making' ..  has  a   more i beautilul or varied  supply of minerals   than   Southeast Kootenay.  Iiilevon  property  t (il'PlOK.  CLIfP   OUOLT; ,  Win. Forsyth"has just returned  f our the north , fork' of ihe' St.j  Mary's, river, where he...has beoii  tu.igsi.ged iu doing.-, the. annual  assessment' work on the Copper  Cli IT and North Star claims. Do-  .velopiiienf on these claims at the  proseiif time consists of several  open cuts on the surface, and  :il)()iil forty Tout of funnel work.  The vein has a, -width of live feel,  the ore is galena.  big ���prolils.  A second furnace has just been  London, Oct 11.���Among the  prominent persons numbered  among the passengers sailing  for 'Ihe'Unitod States today is  llsill Ciiine. Ihe Manx '.-mlhor.  who is to pay his second visit to  America. The primary purpose  of the present trip, is to see Viola  Allen in "The Internal City."  though it is not improbable that  he will be heard in public readings in' some of ihe large cities.  NHW     RAILWAY   IN  TIIIO    NOUT1I-  WIOST.  Tstcoma,' Wash., Ocl. , 11.���  -I hou��'h.='~-fho-'"(~! ej-.nii nuls-ob joc-ii vc  points of tho proposed Pelf Electric Railway have been kept  something of a secret, if lias do-  �� Q.      I  yeloped that, ono of its lines from  Tsvcoma, sit least, will be extended to"Steilacom, via American  LalcST" FYom'this terminal con-'  necfion will lie' made by boat  .with Olympia, giving.a quick  and direct service between Tacoma and the ca pit sil cily.  OURMAN   TARIFF   Ull.l,. '     ',  Berlin, Oct. ' 11.���There i.s a  general belief hero that unless  the government can break'down  the Agrarian opposition or come  to terms with it. before the  Reichstagi resumes its sessions  next week, the tariff bill1 will  have to' bo'abandoned. , The!situation is regarded as serious. It  is pointed out that if.the government yield's on this question now  after all tlio protestations of ..its  ministers, its position will be do  plorable in view of the 'certain  consequences at 'next, summer's  general elections.  SKORETAKV  SHAW   TO UK  HKAltD  Philadelphia. 'Pa., Oct. 11.���  Secretary of the Treasury Shaw-  is coining over from Washington  this evening lo address Philadelphia Republicans on the currency question and other public  issues. The mceling will be  held in Ihe Academy of Music  and will mark the form til opening of the Republican state campaign in this cily. Resides the  Secretary of' the Treasury the  speakers are to include Senator  Penrose. Judge Ponnypacker  and other party lesidors of nolo.  NAVAL  HASI3   AT  OCblOBKA.  Boston. Mass.. Oct. IU.���In  pursuance of orders from Washington Rear Admiral . Coghlan  leaves today on the cruiser Olympia for Culcbra Island and San  Juan. In preparation for the  winter maneuvers he will establish a naval base ai Culebra,  which will be the headquarters  for the ��� emergency squadron  under his command to be maintained in the Wesi Indies during  the progress of Latin- American  political troubles. On his arrival ai Culebra. Admiral Coghlan will use the gunboal Vixen  as a temporary, llagship or  lender.  CRIMI-: , INCK'l-IASINCl   IN . KNCLANn  7 .London, Oct, ��� 10.-���England's  criminal population is rapidly on  the increase, as is shown by tlie  figure's contained in the annual  'report .just issued by. the Commissioners of Prisons. 7 I low. big  the increase is as against, tlie  previous year is shown,, by the  staleinent.fhaf tii ere were 17, KiM  more 'persons' sentenced, to ordinary bnprisonm.e.iit . and is:-l  more to long 'terms' 'of penal servitude. So severely in London  has the 'criminal population  pressed upon- prison accommodation, thai during the year between three, iind four thousand  prisoners of both sexes have had  b< he transferred io .provincial  troals. tlio commitments in the  metropolis having increased  from .'i.-vlTfJ in \H\\ to r)3,.rj91 in  HH'il.' '  New York, "Oct.'' 10.���The  Hamburg-American line steamship Furst Bismark, which is  duo to arrive at Quarantine today, has among her notable pas-  senders lln: Crown Prince of  Siam. Chowfa Msilia Vajirsivudh,  and his suite. The royal visitor  will be inel hi-ri" by representatives of the state de|iartment.  and escorted to Washington.  After his ollicial receplion by  Prcsido'iil Roosevelt, which will  lake phiqo early in the coming  week-.' the Crown Prince and his  ] liu- ty" wi i r si a rt*oTrTifi (Jul^oi'^'tiitr?  country, visiting a large number of the chief cities and other  li I aces o^ "in toresv   '  LUMBER �� INDUSTRY.  A Large Number of Mills Operating:'  in Southeast Kootenay.  The lumber industry of Southeast Kootenay continues to assume hirge proportions. In almost every town in the district  are situated one or two sawmills.  Milling plants have been established al Moyie, Cranbrook,  Marysville, Wasa. PornieK Elko  and .laffrsiy.n A new plant, tho  largest in Southeast Kootenay.  having a daily capacity of !30,000  to (30,000 feet, is now being installed at South Wardner. A  small plant will soon be'in opor-'  ation at Perry creek. ��� P.rcp:\r-  afions sire being made for fhe;in-.,  l.silikfioti of several large plsiuts  on the'Koolenay river near thoj  International boundary, line. We  have every confidence that the"  current year will largely excel  in the lumber production that of  1901. -   Fernie News Items,  from I Ik- l-Vi-iiie I-'i-ih- I'ro.s-*.  Messrs.-. Foss A McDonnell,  have received Ihe contract for  excavating for some :2.")0 coke  ovens at Morrissey.   The slory to the cfl'cct I hat I he  Morrissey coal will not coke is  incorrect,. .Some .trouble was  experienced with some old slack  which had boon lying on the  dump foi' over a year, and this  is probably what led to the circulation of the report.  Among the distinguished yisi  tors to Fernie this week was  Liet. Col. Pellat. of Toronto, one,  of the loading stockholders of  the- Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co.  lie only remained a couple of  days and loft  for Ihe east again.  The residents ,in the vicinity  of the mines were startled on  Thursday evening by the terrible  shock' which almost caused the  earth to rock beneath their feet.  It was at once thought that  another disasierous explosion  had taken place, but it was  found on investigation that the  shock had been caused by the  caving in ol the roof in the old  workings of Xo. 1 mine from  which the .supports had Recently ���  been removed., Aside ��� from"  fright .���.experienced;; by the miners at, work, some of whom novel- stopped running until .they  reached home. No dsunage was  done.   ������'���...'.'',  Among-Tlio Craft.  The regular monthly meeting  of North .Star Lodge. -A..F.-& A.  M., was held on Tuesday evening last.' y  The. regular monthly convocation of Rocky.Mountain Cfmptcr  R.A.M., will be held on Tuesday  evening October 1-lfh. Sojourn  ing companions are cordially invited. THE PRQSPECTOR   FORT STEELE,  B. C-7 OCTOBER,! 1,   1902.  KSTAItLlSIIl IJ    IS'H  7\. EJ. Grace,  PUBUSIlKlt    AND    IIDIIOU  THE PROSPECTOR, is published  ��� ver> Saturday, and li.is a ^iiiii.uitccd  cliculutioii I.iikoi tli.ui .ni-i nihil papci  la Kusl Hooten.i.s. It is .111 lionii- I'lintcd  ���nd ionium- double tin. tic us 0f an\  otlic-i   pit pei in the di-liist  is  an   ad\ m tl-iiij;   nn.-il 1 >:.11  11   is 1111  excelled  Uevoted to the upbuilding of Con Steele    the  development uf Lbe susl mineial  ie-,ouiLi-s ol  ���tie East Kootenav mining district  Subscriptions, 4 2 00 per >ear  Adrertising rates made known on application.  Contributions arc solicited from .ill patts of the  district, but all matter Intended for publication  must bare the wrltei "s signature  ffijje $}v0$p2tfor  SATURDAY, OCTOHKK 11, 11102  e>l (levelopiiient dunng the p.i->t  ) e.u -.till < onliniic-, to gi\e the  mosl encoiii.iging lesuits  Piospectoj'S s.ty that theoie  found in the main l.inge ol the  Rockies. 11e.11 the head ualeis  ot Wild TJoise and Slieo]) ( icelsS  1-. 1 ich, and in l.u ge (pi intit ies  immense  opportunitu  For  Getting  a  Beautiful  Watch  and   Chain  Free-.--No  Money  NOTICE  \(lu is Imi bs K'h( 11 ih it llililj il iss ifur  (1 iu wi 11k ind'rsl. hi il Inti ml to ippls to  tin Assist ml (iiiiiijiissioiii 1 of I. mils mil  Win lis Im llio lustni t of 1 1st Kchiu ti is mil  lln C Im fC< iiiiiiissloni 1 of I.mils mil Winks  fin Im nsi s to piosput foi ioaI un Mm iollou-  iiil 1I1 si 1 ilu (I I mils slm ill tliowl two mills  dim 1I11 I Hi I bum ill uiu 1 1 111 mill im sl of  lln I'liu hi 1 < nil, I'i ||| mil 11 it >,)ill s 1 isl nf  ilu 1 1st Ij< iiinl 11 \ li 111 m lln ( in uli 111 I'u I Hi  K illu i\ /> nit In tin soulli 1 1st poi llun ol J 1st  Iwi-tiuiv Distill t   Hilllsli Coluinbl I  (A) C Olllllli III 1 i,,r it 1 post iliotil tui ills  inilis i .isl ol Ilu town or Mm 1 Issi \, being tin  Infll il posl of Ami 1 I'M ll,u Ui tt being his ninth  wisL toini 1, limn o tast ilgluy 1-lllllllS lllt-lltl-  south lights iliniiis theme sn-st eights c-liiilns  ttii-iiii inn in 1 Iflitv 1 halns to the place of be-  ���'lui(ing tout lining si\ bundled andlous lines  AMUi'CW IIACKHTT  (HI eoinmeniiiig Ul ,1 posl being lln souih  wisiiointt uljiiliiit lo Aliuiuu Huiko.iis  nouh   lust  im 111 1   thi'iii'i-  i .1st Uglus ihaiiis  Required.���Every   Man,   Woman,   Boy   or   Girl   has   tho  same  Opportunity  under our  <      System  In 01 lid* Id Ii.isi- l)i-    \ 1 Hi>iil s Kimlisli  I'iiviu 1'ilis jil.ii eil in iImi   I1.1111I-.  nt    ill  ���KM soils st||||i| |l,vr  lnun     l,lti|     l|,-,lllh     \u  make tin" Itillimiu.- must   liln-t.il olli r  If vim v\i|l si-mi ns mum niuiii-.'iiKi ,ui-  ilu-ss uml ai-ii'i- 10 -..-ll Im lis tin hi"  Iidsi's  nf   Hi      \i miiil's I'.u-. Iish   'I'umii  I 'ills .It  2\\   )ll-|   Ut\    SM-'Sl'l    "lit"    Mlil  vis-mill ri,i.\   , I'lO'l'     \      in  \e 1 IJ'I 1,  , ��� . 1     ,       1 W v r< a   isn uiu\     11  1 iihei   1 tuliis  known   for  some   tune.    It   has \,n. (,,.jlts si/., i.i. .v-nu-Huni. uf ns, mi  been   known   that    the   eastern Ul-er premium- -m i, ���  ,   .       ,  . . , , I  Jl'SSOII'V.      Hlljiis       \ lot itl  stockholders   were in   tlie hii-i-, tv.i Sei*. s.u.*imi *-Uii-is,  nebs as legitimate mining opera-' lii'im-mlMm   we    uns -r  �� , ,' ' md\i:i   imul .-ifiei   inn  tor-s, to work the mine  and  not i t,���t  um ,���������*,  ���,lw. 1(,  THE mining indu.-stry ol  Southeast Kootenay lia.i  received another sel-badc by the  closing down ol all o|)ersition.s  towards the immediate construe-  tion of si .smelter at Marysville.  That there was trouble brew  ing between the eastern and  western   .stockholders  has been  mine the public.  W. 13 La:  largest .stockholders of the Sulli-  hue   sots-   o|  ..    M.uninlii's  l    IIIK-1-.-ls, i'li-.  H1\T       V\\  soil    l|l|-   1'llls  I'M sun iiioi 1  I ih.ui   \2  btr\os  id  001   iho   iwvMtnuiis.  m      ,ir    11   r r     1     ! Thi-1-.1 Um.i Ink-iihVr f'-om .1 ivli.i'nli*  Air   \Y. 13   Lay ton/one of  theU,���lcein thai lm- -men tiioiis.Uius lt\  I iloll-ti- noith of *n<.-ninuns 10.1^1 nis .ill  . .     . _, . ,    ' in (>r tho iinuurv     Ki inuulu t ,il~o tli.it  van Mining Company, lux.-, made ; uK A'mu\r- EnV-li-li Tos.n l'ill- ,m .1  a public statement to  the etlect ��� V>u k:,l.��,wu 5��*"��K'J> f,��", -J1,1 iii-susi-s'oi  . . �� 1 the '  nliluev  , .nu     lii.iiluer.    ISi-i-j-Ju s  that gross   mis-management on juisc--... ..i.'.*!.e'.i-s il.eum.uisiu, mnoiN  troub'i'-.   iino  fonule LOinphiiiUs. ami  iiu^foi s iit bv all tu-st   class  (hiiijoists  'luCiiir-iitf tu i 0 'ii"v���111 iiii��r^tnenco -,\ro*ai?lr!il\r  1 linns tin mi soulli 1 Ij'luv ilmins to Ilu-iiliiio  nl'n I'liiiiinc (Diiiiiiiilni; sis luniiluil uml   foil!  uns ��  ' 1 uu'iVi-D ri)v 1:1.1. loi.uoi  A   ll.u kill    Vi;uit  I  ((  t     ( Olllllli fll lll|.' -.11   1    posl   lll'llll'   lilt!   slllltll  1.1st  1 nriii'i     .uljH'i'iit   to   Atiihi ii    lliu-lti-tl s  IliillJI Ul >l l (Hill I    llllllll' IHUl'l   i-|h'||l|    ih.iliu  tin-ill 111 si 1 ii-lm 1 h.iliis Ilu lu-i- snuili i-'k-Ihj  i'i iiiis ihi in 1 1 ist t iiUitv 1 Imliis fu Un- plii,  or iii 1 iiiiuhi   iuiii iiiiini. si\ iiuiiiiii-ii uml (.11 u  Ull*  ("IONS t'l-i,iim;ss   i.oniuil  Amlii �� ll.u In 11   ,\in-lit  (|l) I OI'lllli 111I111' at ll |)Osl tllllllli lln-Mill Hi  "ISI l lUl.ll, iilj'ii'iil 10 .Viuln \i II.il-IiiUa  1.01 Hi \u st 1 oiin'i   ilu im    nesi   i'i>;lu\   i-lmfi.s  III' IH I   siMilll I l| 111 V   l It.tills    till Mil'   I .ISl   t'l|-|!l\  1 Ii ,|ii"> i'ii 1.11-11111 ill 1 lhhl \ i h.iliis to ilu- phu 1  n{   hii'liiiiiji,,'  milt 1I11I111' sl\ hmiilii-ii .mil funs  111 II s  IU   I.I   V  I-'   UAl'K(i:'l*l'  LiH'iilm  1 A    ll.u Kill   .VKl'IIL  (I I t'litiinii-iii Ini' ill 11 pusi lit-lii! Un* mil til  1.1st iotiu-1 aboul tiiyiits H\o mlios i.ist of tin-  IoVmi nl Miiiiissus l)i-lii|r tin- I11lli.1l posl of  John I'llu'.s sil.mii ilu im- utsiii-jlityihaiiis,  ti>.1 poliil .11 Wi). noi Hi 1 iisl ioiiit-1 of Aiiiln'n  Ilm I.i lis 1I.11111 ilu mi- snuili imkIiis ihiiiis,  thi^nii i-.isi 1-ij.lui i h.iins   tln-ni'i-  11011I1 uit,'lilj  I r Kidil> s ilnliii tliiiiiisontli (ihlily ilninis  tin. nu wist i i���lnj 1 Iniiiis lliini 1 noilli tights  1 hums ilu nu 11st 1 lull's ih mis t-i Ilu plnn  of hi ���iiniiiu 1 oimijiiiHr. 114(1 in 11 s  I'IMID J'AliDWlV   l.oi 1101  A   Iliuliitl A/inl  S    Coinuiiui Iii),' it  11  posl   Ijilnt;  tin  inn ill  ui si 101 111 1 mljmt lit to tin   sunt li   1 isl   tin m 1  of   I    I'   Id ilils s 1I11I111     Un 1111    insl   1 I   hl\  I hums  lln 1111 soutli 11'Ins ih uns tin 1111   111 sl  II Ills 1 li il ns im in 1 nouh 1 l| lit) iloiiiisiii  lln pluii of IiiK'linifii/ < "in iliinirf 'Ull uns  HUl.il Mil,Ull'l    l.oiiiioi  A Ilm In II A,'i lit  I' Coiiiiiif 111 llic lit 11 posl In Ink tin-soulli  \si sl i 01 in-i mlj u-i-iii to thu houlli rust 1 01111 1  of J 1' Ki'dd) 1 (liiliu, tinlliu 1101 Hi ili'lits  I'luilus llieni'i-I'tiit i,-l|fliiv ihulns tlii-iu-i south  iltflU) ihulns, tht un wesi eltftHj I'liitlns lo 11k'  pluif of tiojlnniiif lontuluiiiK tUU hi i i-s  w a iiACifi/rr, Louitoi  \   llui'ln it    Vi;i nl  i  11     1 otnmini'lnr lit 11 [poll  I" In--'  Un   south  i-iist   101 ni-i    11 limit   IU nil)    luo   inilis   soutli  ' the part of ._tho.se iti charge has  resulted in the los.s of ��l0o,00.i tu  the company.  Tho situation as viewed from  a non partial standpoint ��� i�� as  follows.  The eastern shareholders, who  control 1,200,00(1 shares of Sullivan stock,   purchased   the  same  0 1  with a view ol making a perina  nenl investment, of operating  the smelter, when completed,  and the mine on business princi-  pies, fully satisfied that with its  immence body ol silver- lead ore  in sight, Ihe Sullivsin mine and  e-noltor would pay large ��� dividends. '  Western    stock-holders    who,  1 1  ^liave had sietual control ol Ihe  mino and the construction of the  smelter, have expended $100,000  and at Ibis time have nothing to  show lor this vast expenditure  ���- but a loi of'bricks, a Hume and  one or two oilier accessories that  can be used in Ihe future count ruction of the plsint.  It is lo be regretted Ihat in the  work ol construction, from its  inception, there was not si responsible head,' sind that si strict  routine of business principles  prevailed, and in Ihe selection of  the smelter site more lime expended in its ^election, and no  favoriticni��� shown The first  cause of discontent was sounded  when the eastern stockholder  learned ut the loose and shoddy  manner in which the preliminary  work of construction was com  menced  The closing down has  created  considerable   hard    feeling    all  over Southeast   Kootenay   many  people    having    invested  money   in    Alarysville   in  faith, upon   the   representations  of  the  towiiMite   "boomer" thai  the smplter would   he   built   and  in  active   opera lion   dunng   I lie  current year.  Tin,-only ie-,ponse  to   the   earnest   itiqunies   as   lo  when construct ion   will  fcunied is the words, ot Mr  ton,   "it   may   hi-   iwo  oi  years   before   thing- are in run  ning shape, and certainly not be  fore next summer.'  It is also to be regretted that  eastern stockholders have  ihe controlling interest in  Sullivan    mine,    loi    if this-  Wa.S illl  uijcuiiI plifthed   fitf.1,     tllul i;  is every ,re;Lson   to believe that  the -smelter would no.w lie in   ac  five operation',   a  the  mining   indus  east    Kootenay,  American    "colonels" who  trot the'-western end of  the  livan string.  ami iit'ali'i-s in meilloim-s in -all uarts of  llio \uirld,You Iijvi' oul\ to -hois thorn  to si-11 theiu. You aio not aili'i'mi;  -omotluiisr that t/ie pio-oit- don't kniin.  Our ssau-ne-are tht�� iv-ru!*u' stauilatti  si/s* for Ladu's ami (..oinloiueu in  Xiokol ov Ciun Metal t a-o- s*. ith handsome lllumni.ttod dials and ii-hablo  tuno-koi'pi-rs ssatchi''- -iii'li ��- no lads  or yentIonian rieed \^ d-h,iwv<l tooairy  and they ss ill ho ^eut alisohiudv I'm  lo till ssho =-ejl omI.v tssi'ho bo\i'j of  those ssonderfifl To\m l'ill-. Write at  om-e ami be the ln-*i iu voui loealus to  o-et one of those heiititiful ssatclie- and  rlniiti. As soon as sse leeeisc your  letter or po=t card ss-e \iill -end'j on  po-t paid dsselse boxes, tosfothei ss'itli  our flliisti-ated Ciualo^uc and beauti-  lullv i-olored eard with vout name and  addo'ss on a- our authori/cd acreiit  Hear in nfind that you will not bo asked to-ell any moie than 12 boxes and  we   DON'T    W\XT     -V.N'V    VION'UY    until  after .sou have ^old theni We bear all  the expense and are only m.ikin-r this  liberal otler as a meiliod of ads ertisiiii-  Dr. Arnold's English Toxin 1'ills  l)on"i delay, write al om-e and <cam a  lieaiiLifiil piosent for y 01.1 self foi  ('liristnias. ,       v-  Address   ARNOLD   MEDICINE   CO., Dept.  132  50 Adelaide Si. K.ist. Toronto. Out  Why you should buy    "Fair   Play'  Chewing- Tobacco.  Because it is ilu- best qua]it v.  Because it i- llic mosl lasting ehess.  Because it i�� the lai^esl, hi��li yi.ulf ���")  or 10i-. pliin  BecRube the lays are valuable lor premium-.  Because i\e mi.u anlee every plii". and  Because your dealer   is   aulliori/ed   to  refund your mniiey il   you  aie  not  s.uislied  Tin: 'KMi'iur Tohvcco Co.. l/ro.  m��*. After, ^^^g PhoBpiotlino,  The Great English Remedy.  Sold Bnd recommended by all  druggists in Canada. Only reliable medicine discovered.   Su  .    _ ���packages guaranteed to cure  all  forms of Se-cual Weakness, all effects of abuse  or excess, Mental Worry, Excessive useofTo-  oeioco, Opium or Stimulants. Mailed on receipt  of price, one package Jl, fair, $5. One will please,  3i�� iviii cure. Pamphlets free to any address.  The Woetl Company, V\ indsor, Ont.  Sold by A. \V. Kli-.istlell. I)ru����i-,t.  their  ���rood  MiN*i:HAr. \cr  (Hill si 1 ;  i lki irn s 11- or isiriti  S fcSIK-NT>  /  NOTICE.  be    re  L;iy  Ihrec  lll.illi       XI llll I ll Olllllli   illllllll- 111  till- l-illl  Miinii)' nil isimi ni i nsi K'nfiii uns  nis-  I sl  sill.     ul     tin  the  not  the  monument to  l.ry   of  South-  despite the  con-  Su  -i. 11.  ii ���  \\ li, i,    ,n   iti a      On   ill  ,vrsl   lit ll III ll ill   SI     Sl.ll \   s  llll t I  llll       I..IU.     Ill.lt    I      J UIU s   A    II,llll.l     I'll.'  Mill. I        liilllli   lli-     Xn II  I.i'IIKI       ll���'illl     llll  J .si i<li 11    \Sil_'lil    I'm   Mini I's I i Hllii  ill \n  li lilt ii..      nil. ml    sisli   ilus-   limn   lln-   iind  ri i       In   njijiii    In Im   Mint ii' Ki i mill l  Im ,l  i rtl" i ii  i   ur 1ii1|iioii mi ills   rm  llli   puiposi  nt  li'aiitiu^   i I IIUMI i.inlil nl lln   ulioii   ll.lllll  Vim lui Un i l tWi    in.11. <    llii!    uliiMi    'null i  .I.Hi   *   must Iji-i iiiuiiii Hi i tl In tin i  lliilssu-  i ii i ul   ui n i t i tilli ih  nf Imp!iin im nis  Mill .In    nl Si jilt miji-i    piijJ  li iii  tins  U  I     V    11 AI.V I   V  MINi  li M.  Al   1  (I nun   I  )  i:i It T.lll, ATI'.  HI"   IMI-ltu'vKMHNT;-  ehilmi- siiliiiii'  li  ..Inn ������f.Ku'il ICiiiiIi-  Almiit. I'-, iiiili-ii in.rlli nl ih.  The development of the. ledges  in the copper belt or zone east of  Fort Sleele, which has been the  sasHte  of alar^e amount of lion  ' -.,'      ' NOTICE..  Miii.Mil iiinl Allii Mln.'i.'il  'In- l-"iirl Sl-ii'li'- Mililn/' Iiivi  iiay lilslrlcl' "'.  VVIicri- luriil  flrn.-ii. lui'iif:.  : TAKK NO'l'ICi-: ���' Uml I. II, Sinllii. I''. M. ('..  II. .'i"'.".'ll. ."iclii.iif us ������i;i-nl lull.'. A. .liieliKiiu. I-'.  M.   ('.. .|!,r.TilHi  mill , I"',.   I.':    Itusi:, l-'.M.C. No. It.  .v,!��i:i. Ini.i'iiil. sixty iliiy's lnun Un- iluii-' hereuf,  in iipply lo Ilir Miiilni" l.-i'i-iinli'i" fn'r'ii llerllll-  rato of Iiiipi'iiviiii-'iiIs. lur Ilm jnirptisii nl uli-  l.'iiiiliii^ f.'riiivn Orliiils nl lln* almi'i: rlaliiis:  Atitl flll't.lKTr Iii Ui' imlii'i' Unit ;ii"1 ilm. lllull.'l"  si.'i'lion IIT, musL hi; rniiiiniMii'i'il rii.fiii'i'1 ilu: isi.  suani'ii i.f sufli C'l-rlillraii." nl Ijiiprovt'iiii-n.ts.  :!'.)- I!. SMI'I'II.  Uatcd this 25tli diiy of ijciilcmbcr. A. IJ.. 1902.  liiiiwlliil .mi! fui li ui ii-s  JOHN l-WIlKY, Loiaioi  A HucKeii Affi-iil'  (Cl l_ommeiiiinfr.il,i post ^bi'iiig llio uoilli  wisi loiiii-i. .ulj iceiu iu ilu- noitli eusl loinui  oi Julm I'.ilies s el ilm ilioni-e south eights  eh iiii-.ilii-iii-i-i-isi elfins i-li tins ilnuie uoi th  ilflils ih mis thiiiie sic-st i-iKblj i-h.ilns to tlip  pl.ui. %I bi-i.'iiinliiK lonl.iiimK,'six hundied .mil  tons ,11 lis  JOHN MAI IIIK,   r-ncuoi  A   Il.icl.elt, Ah'ent  (0) Coinimin iiik .it/,i post bi-uiff ihe south  sii-siionu i ulj nenl lo ihu not Hi eusl coinei  ot .John r.iln-j s il.iiin, iheiiii- nouh mollis  i h.niis ilu ni i' i.isi i-iylity Lli.iiiiSj, lhcnce south  eiKliis ill uns  ilieni u vs  st eijihts i-h uns to the  pl.in of bei-iiiiiiii).- co- Liliimir si\ hunilii'il .mil  foils  ,11 II s  U ,1   LOGAN, l.ocitoi  A II.u keti,'Auent  (IJ) L'oiiiinciuiiiK .il .i post belli-; Uiu south  enst loinci, ,idj iii-iit to the noi th e.isi coinei  uf John K.ihos s churn, ihence nouh elghls  ili.mis- tht-nti ssesl eights ili.uns thuice south  i inilis chains tlicnie e.ist e-uflilv ili.unsto the  lil.iiu ol Ijifriiiinnfr, loiitaiinii-,' sl-c liuiulietl .mil  loi i's ani s ,  J    Ur   lMHI.Ml'S   I.ota'loi  1 �� A   ll.ii-U-ett Aut'iil,'  (1) CoiiiiiiRnciiif!, at :t post Ijliiik the noith  sifstioinei iboul luctits tsso miles noi ih e.ist  of tin touiiot Almiisstis, belnif llio initial post  of U (' Milln s tl.imi ihi-ni-e south eitrhts  ih.uns io ,i point .iilj.iieiii to the iiinih ��est  loiiin or 1'ilsi.uil C'iis'i-11 s ii.iiin iliinco e.ist  lights chains ihinie noilli lights- eliains  ihrnie sm-si i ij,'hlv ili.uns to the pl.iic of bc-  j-T 11 i n i s i ^r ion i im lui.' six liuiulinl .mil tony ucies  l.   O   iMILIJOl'   Loi.aoi  A   ll.iikeii A-fCiil  f.IJ Couinienciiin .U- -i post bum-; the south  wislioinui aiijaiiiil lo ilu-noi Hi wesi lornci  or (. V .Milloi s (laim, iheiiii' nouh,eights  chains, lliinii e.ist i itflits tli.uiib tlienic soutli  eight/ chains tlienic wi sl eights chums io the  plan- of beginning, loiil.iming six hmulieit and  roi is ai ics  , i:uor.Ni.' 'rur.sLKV Locuoa.  A   IJ.iiUett, Agent  [K'J C'oiiiinunciiiK iit. -I post being the nouh  i.isii-oinci .uljniont to the nouh iiestcoiiiei of  O (' Mnli i si-hiun ihc-nie soulli nghls i'luilus  llii'iui- ni-sl eiglns (hams theme nouh eiglils"  chiins ihi nu'i .isteights ( hains io ihe place  of bt /Iniini", iiiut.iiniiir,' ii-Hi.iius  Ol.Ol'ol. IIIJI'NII SiM   l.oi noi  V   'l.u licit  Agi nl  [L] Coiiiini-iiiing n i post liiliu lln nouh  me-t mi ni i  ibi-ni t li'lito ii milt's urn Hi i istof  llli lnun ul Mul I list \ llil irl 111 lllilllll posl of  1J -, lis'in-s i lnun ihi-iu i-south il���'hl\ ilnilns  tin nu i ist i iglns i h tins to i pniiii .iiljiu i in in  lln in ii ill uisi iinmiiil lielln I-' llinltelts  il.iiin th 'iii e inn ih i i-jhli ili.ilns lln nu-ui-sl  eights i h uns to Lln plan oi hi ginning lon-  lulimil'rtli) ael es  1" S   IIV KNi:   I.oiauii  A I liu Ki-ll Agent  |MJ CoinineiK Ing ul a posl biing lln- soutli  m ,t i oini-i mljiii-i ul lo the not ill nesi ioilier  ol I' S ll\ i n.'s iluliii, lln mi- noi Hi tight}  i halns tliem e e.isi i li'luv i huius Ihi-nie soutli  i-li'lus ilnilns llienii'in st i Iflits ihiilnsto thu  p I in a nt bi-glnnlni' ionl.1 in uiu UIU anes  .MAUV  I"'AlIi:\    l.otiuni  A llailci-ll. Agent  [\T| ( i.inn.em llic in a post bi Ing Ilie south  eusl i in in i mlj ii i-nl lo ilu- noi ill ui si i oini-i  of I' S llsiin s iliilm Un in i- in tt Lit eights  i hull,s lln in i ssist i li'hls i lnilns, Ihiuie  suuili i Iglils i hums ilu un" nisi i ighls i Iniins  to Un pi ii i ot In s.'liinlni, i iinlnliilni; (Ilu ucies  (.. I.OKt.l. IIOl's|     l.oiiuoi  A II lll.l It, Agiut  O Ciiiiiim in iuk ai ii post bi nig the nouh  - it ,t i ot in i iiljiu i nl in lln imuli iw si (inni-i  uf I' S IIsii-i s < lit in j lln m i smith i K'his  ihiiin- lln in e sn si i i"hls i hnliis ilium i noitli  ill In s i lui ins   I In in i i nst i mills i hit ins Lo  tin  pllll I   Of III   'llllllll,'   I Olllllllllll," lll.l ut it s  (11.IIIK.I    VIII. 1.1, It   l.oi.iuii  A llni I.i It Agent  |- ( Olllllli Ml 111}' mi ii pnsi III ing the noilli  i,ist iiiinii iliotil ii liii i ii inilis t-iist nl tin  luss'ii of Murilssiiy iiiiii niijiifi'iii m. tin- sinllii  wesi enl'lli'l' UT llollii I'.'. llili"l(."l,I.'.s eliiiin, llmlll'l'  ivi'Kl.'elithiy I'lililiisyili.eiu'i- sniil.li eiglily-eliiiiii.s  i.li.'iii'i' i'itsl'1-iit.lii.v elniins. Ilieiii'.i- nnilli nighty  i'luilus In lln' pliii'i" "I l.egliinliig. I'liiiiitiiilnr  ���liu lll'll'.S,      ',  .1.1'. SI.ATKI'.  I iilnr.  A. Iliu'lii'll. Agent.  i.,1. ' I 'nn'illH'lli'llll' III it pnsl. Iielllg llli" NiUll.ll  eusl. I'oriit'i'nl*out l.ii'i'iily tulles sotiih enst. or  tin- itiMti of iMiu-rlKN(!.s'. tlii'in-i: iinrili eighty  i'luilus 1.0 ." pnlut'iiiljiiiii-iit .lo tin-smith eusl.  i-ui'iiei- or l.'i'lhi I''. Iliielti-ll'.s elnlniV llieiu'e  wesi eiglily cliiiius. Llteiii'i! snuili eighty i'IiiiIiik  llienee eusl, clgl.l'.y eliiiliis tu Ihe phiei; or lio-  gliiiiiiij'. e.iiiit-ii'iiiliii'I'llliiic-i'e.s.  .1. I"'. |{'l-;ill.��V, Lax-litrir  A. lliu-Uuli'.'Agi-iil.  Nt   lieillg   llni   llin-lll  south ens't coiner of  "i-HsrTir iiu-"iois u; or -Mouisst-s iinTnnjoTn~vl'\  mi Ins east or the eusl IjhiiiiiI.u s line nl lln-l'iiii-  iiilinii I'm liu- I'ulluiis kuiik being lln' lulilnl  posl of Kolniil iiussell s; eliiiin, lliollll- msl  t-l| lily uliiilii In ii polnl iiiljaiiinl lit lln- soulli  eusl tniiiii i.I VV A lltii'lii II s.elnlln, llieiii-i-  uoilli i l(,lils i huius Ilu licit i iisl i Ighls ilnilns  Iiiinii soulli nlKlilJ i-liuins In llii-.plai i- of be  kliinliil,   i iinlnliilni, (1-IUjit ies  Kllltl'llC'l' illl.SSIII.I,, I ax ii Im  "��� A   Ilm kill    V|;iiu  V        I'lllUIIICIIClllgJ Ul    11    post In lug    llllt   llllllll  ens', i iii in-i uiljiu-cui iii lln- soulli nisi toniii  I lit Knhel I l'iissi-1! s i liiliu Iliciue iwtsl . isl.l>  i-huliis Ihcni'i-souih ilgliiv i-liiilus, IIii-iii i> t .ist  tlghl, ilnilns, lliimi! uoilli i-iglui elniins In  Ilu plai i- ot lii-gliiiilug iiililiiliiliiK UIU iiiit-s  I.   I.   I'HII.l.ll'.S, l.oi-nfoi  A lliu-l.ull, Agi III.  VV Commencing nl il posl being ihe noith  nest i-oiiiei uiljiiii'iit In Ilu-south enst coinei of  I'obcil Itlissi-ll s iluliii, ilu ner ctisl elghl\  (hiilns, Ilienei' souih i-Ighty ehuins Ilieiiee  insl elglils lIuiIiis, Iliciue noi ill eights eliains  lo Ilu- phu e of In ginning, (.'(iiiluiiiiug (Mil ,ii ies  r JOHN ANDIIKSUN, Linitliii  , A   HltiUcll, Agi ill  -V Loiiliiit-iii nig lieu posl-.buliiff llli- soulli  isesi ioi in i .uljiii-ciii to the south eusini niiu-i  or Uohi 11 I'tisscll s i hilin. lln-im- nouh ilglus  ili.ilns theni i.e.isi i Iglns i limns ihi-in e smiih  cighls ��� hams, theni i- stesi t-ighiv ( halns to Ihe  pi u e of beginning i oiiiiiimii^ il-KI ucies  JAMKh'A.N'DliUhO.V. Loi iiioi  A Ilm U(-ll Agi ul  V ( omiiii'iK ingiitii post being tin 'noilli  easl ioi nu about tnt'iilv two miles souih msl  of the lo\,u of AIoiiNst'V buing lbe initial post  of Joseph Itigbs s i liiiiu.n limine, soulli lights  ilnilns theme vsesi eitfhts (hums tlume  noith eights i liuuis to ii pouil��.itlj,tceni to the  south wesi loiiii-i of i; LO J'liilhp s iiiinii  ihent e e.isi eighty i hams lo plai e of beginning  iouiiiliiiiigu-1 (J acies  JOSCI'll 1UUIIV   i.ointoi  j A   I La licit, Vgent  / Cimiinciii mgiit ii posl being the nouh  ssesl (oinci Hiljiueiil lo llit- noith enst mum  of.losiph Itigbs s i hum, ihciKc soulli eights-  i hams, them e east eights ill mis ihcin e uouh  uighls i liimis, llii'in e nest cighls i hnliis lo Ihe  plai e of bt ginning, i onttiiiilng (Uu m u-s  ANIJItl.VV CIIHUIN   l.oi uoi  , A   llai'U'ti   Agent  Dated Septeuibei 10, A IJ, I DO J Al-  NOTICE.  Noun is hi ii bs ���isi u Hi it linns (1 iss irn r  tl Hi su lln uiuli isir mil mli ml to tppls to  lln isslsimt I oniinlssioiu i oi I. mils mil  Woi I s liu tin DUiili I of I, isl Knotm is uul  io Un (Iml ( oiniiiissloiiii ol Lunds mil  VV n 1 s loi In i nsis lo piospi i t tin ( o ll on Ilu  follouiiin'iii si iiln ii 1 mils slm in on llll IM iiln ui l,il. i in lln South I ist poilion ol I ist  Isoulin n   Uisiuii   Hi lllsh ( oluuibi i  (A) ( oiiitui in ln���' ll i post ou Liu i islsiiliol  Ilu I I illit ul I'liu iboul Imi Isi milt s lnun tin  liu i ii 11 Ion 11 II ni ml ti s I nu In mi lulu il |to> I  of AI hi 11 I. I ugh. in) s 11 11 ui soulli wcsi i in in i  idioiiiiiij I'll h ml llli 1/ s - I urn ou ilu- uoilli  . .isl lliiuic i isl Ml ih iIns lln ih i noUh HI)  i tin Ins Ilunn in sl Wl i It ilns Iiiinii s'liilliKil  chains in Ilu plan ot bi ginning, (ii-u.iIiiIii-.' (UU  iii-ie-,  Al.ili'l-T  i:    INCH i.M   l.ui.itni  (II)    Cmiiiiii in uu' .11 il  post belli" the  uoi Hi  iwsiiuiuci   iiljiiiiin to Lint snuili   hi sl  (inner  ��� 'I   Alln il   11    Im li uu s  i I inn    I ln-iii i   i isl sil  -Lllililll-llllllll���SOUlll-hLl Ul.lllls-. Llll III i������-m sl-hll  iluliii- uiiiih   sn i halns lo the pi n i-ol  I Olltillltlllg l'ill) u i es  I Kill) IIOIV.MAN   l.iicitoi  Albi-i v 11   liigliaiu   Agi nl  i h litis  begiuuing  NOTICE.  NOT1CO is heieb>} glsen ihut ���thills (iuvs  aftei ihite sse iiiteml io applj io lln Assistant  Coiiiinlssic.iiei of Liintls rtiid Woiks loi ihciiis-  lni-i of Ihisi ICooleiias, ami ihe Chief Cominis-  s'onei of Laiuls uml Woiks foi ti license to  piospeet foi io.il und petioleum ou the folloss-  liig Uesi nbeil hind sitiinleoii''Oil Cieil. in Ilu*  Sjoutlieiisl poi lion of ll.isl Iioolemij Ulslint  llntish Columhia ���  LAJ< (.oiimiciieliig at a post planted iihoul  use miles noni ihe Inteliiiiuoniil liiimiiliin  unit liso himtlied leei oust m Oil Cieik being  lln lunlli ensi loiui-i luljiueut to the soulli wist  toinei of Willirtiil Astlis sihtnii, Iheme soulli  SII ihtiins tlieuie west 81) elniins them e noith  8U i hums, theni e eusl 81) elniins to the plnie ol  begiuuing (niiiiuning BIO ni us  OKO   HKU1NU,  Lot iiioi  Joseph Asiles, vgeiu  Dmle.l Ibis (Ith iIhs ol Octohei   IIHIJ  LHJ    Coiimieiiclngnt.i postplantnl iboutllse  miles fiom the International Kound.iiy und 1(10  feet east of Oil Cieek being the noith east cornet udjaietit to the south ssesteouiei of J l-'ied  Kiu-liic's eluim thence soutli nu chains .thence  ssesl 80 chains theme noitli SI) iliniiis   ihence  east 80 chains to the plate of beginiiiiic      Cou-  luining 040 ucies  JOSr.Plf ASTLCY, r.ocatoi  Dated this Bib dav or Ociobei, A   V , 1D0J  [CJ  Commencing at il post plumed about live  miles I'ioin the lulcimtiiouul llouudiui nnd J(X)  feel east of OU  Cieek being the  nouh  ssest  coinei tidjiiceni to the sotilll ssesl eomei   of J  Fred Ritchie's (l.ilm  iheme south 80 chains  Iheme eusl 80 chains, thence  uouh Wl chains  iheme ssesl MOihaliis to Hie plui e of ln-gliiniiij;  Coiiialnliitj U40 ucies  WILLIAM AST1.KV   Lin utoi  Joseph Asllev  Agent  Dated tins lith (lay of Oiiobi i, A   D , UHU  [OJ (Joiimieuclng ill a posl planted ubout  Ihe miles riom ihe luieinational lloiindaiy  and -JIM) fi el east of Oil Cieek Imlug the nouh  utsi coinei adjaci-iit io llic souih ��csl coin i  or W'illluiu Asile> s i laim. ilieiu-i) south 80  chains, thenee eusl 80 chains llieuiu uouh 80  chains, tliencc- west 80 chuiiis to the pluce or  beginning    Containing tMU aeies  HAIIV CV J    IIAlflflS, Loiutoi  41 .losiph Aslli i   AiJetil  liuti-d this rtth day of Oitobei   A   U   llfii,'  (O)    ('(iiiutii-iK lug al ,1'posl   In Ing  Ihe south  i isl ( ni iu t, , ulj ii en I   lo Ilie soutli west (Dim i  oi    AI Ik it,   i:    Iii|'h,iins il.iiin   ihinie   nisi  i I; lill iliilus    llienii"  nouh su i halns   llieine  lasl   cighls   i h ibis llu-uic sottLli i ights i h.iliis  to lln- pi it t- III   In J'l u in tig   11 ui i.i I ii lug It III ,u ics  JOHN O  SI. VI'IIK    Lotann  Vlbi 11 C   IiikIi.iiIi  Ai'ent  (ll)   Coiiiint in lug   it ii post being Uu-mil th  eastioiiiei    idiu-iui in Uu-south   \)isi iiinit-i  ol   Alluil    11    Ingham s ' i laim    Iliciue souih  cl.-hj.yi h.iliis, thence iw sit ighls chains  iheme  nnilli i Ights chuiiis tin-in e i. isi   tights   t huius  lo llic plat e ol In gl lining i out.ilu Ing Old ai ies.  UllJIIAUi) Hllt'lV.   Locatoi.  Allieil'i:  Ingham, Ageul  (11)    Coliiiiii'in Ing al ii post   bem���' the sinltfl  ssi-st iniiai ailj.iitnl to the souih  cist iiuiici  ol Alln ill;   liigli.mi's claim   tlii'iiici-asLcighls  i h.iius tlieuee uoi Ih eighlvihauls llieni c \\i st  ciglils   ill mis   ilu me  soulli   i i���'h \   i halns lo  Hit-plan-ol begiuuing'  i out Un uuy. I!l tins  siu en \hli-s iiinmun'Ttji'i'Lit Lm uoi  ��� Vlliei I I'   lllgh.im   Agi nl  (!������} Cniiimi in nig.iL .r.posl lit Ini' (he nouh  lll'sl un ui i, .ulj ii'i III to llll soulli last lOllll't  ol Villi it i: In���'h im s i l.iiiu theni e last cighls  (linns llii'in e souih cighti ih uns Lhcnce nesi  eights i h uns iheint mil I li ( ighi\ i li i ins In the  pint I- ot hi giuuiii,^, i onlaining (llll at*] t-s  LI/S/.li: ,M    INCH VIM,  l.( oi  Allici I 11   I ugh i u    Vgenl  (C!) i omiiii'iK ing.ii i posl being ihe soulli  uisi, i,.i net, ulj.u i in, Lo llic south i 1st. i m nci  ol -sh Ch.uh s llibln u 'I'uppi i s 11 inn tin ni e  e.ist i IkIus ih uns Uu ntc noi ill i ighti i ii.iius,  them c \u sl i ighls ( hams llienii'south i h his  t li.uus lo ilu* pi it e ol 1)( ginuiiik (Oiuainiug nil)  .1(1 OS '  SIAIIIIL llll.-i V.   Locuoi.  Albeit I'.   Ingliiiii   Agcn'  (II)    I'oniilK ncing a I ,1 jiosl   lieing llio uoilli  siestioiiici    uljiiiiiL lo Uu souih  Lisiiftinei  ol Sn cli iih's IIiIiIh 11 'I uppei - cl nin    Uu iko  iasL eights i li.uiis iluliii soutli eights (linns,  tht-nii  iu si i ighLi i h uns ihtiiieuoilh eighlv  (li.uiis  io Uu    plui   ul   bcginiiui;  010 in os /  1 LI'CV   IIOWV1AN   Locuoi  Vlliei I I"   Ingli.lin    Vgeiu  NOTICE  Nolitt  is In ubs ���'tu ll Hint   (mIiiss nfli i linn  I Jul. ml In ii p| its lo I lit ( hu I ( o i ii nils-, i out i ot  Liimis uiu] \Vroi I.s tin tl In i list   lo   ptospiit   tin  t mil iti!��� I oil ii| on lln  fiilli.n ill���" .li st i iIh.I Inml-  silunli  in I its) Ki.uli inn   on   tin   uisi   snh   of  SjIKI   ( 11 l k  ���( Olllllli in ing   nt   tt    | ost    tutu I 111  A1 Ik i I  I,   liighuiu s nut tii nisi   iiiinii    pliinlul  SI) t hit ins uoi Ih i if I ltd IJou I ti ii il s i ii i tin I   | n is I  Ilu in i- sn s| sili Iiiiiii-  Hit nil snuili   so  iiiinii',  Iin ui ( i nsl Hi i hums  iluiut  uoi I li su t Iniins lo  Ilu   pllll I   "I I Olllllli III I iin ul  VLIII Id    I     IM.1IAM  Hull I  St pn lulu i   uli    I'm;  NOTICE.  Vnlit i- is hi n-lis gin n Hint 10 d.iss nflci dale  I lull ml to ttppls to Ihe Clin I (-iimiiiissioiii i ol  Liimis anil VVroi l.s loi n liieiisi* to piospet t foi  mill uml oil upon I Iieli.lli.u Ing <!<"-( jibed lauds  siliitiluiu I.nsl ICooieiiriS on (lie siesi side ol  Siige ('it (. I. (-iiiiiiiieui nig nt �� posl m-iiLi'd  Lui i lliiiwiiuii s uoilli cnsi i oiuei pliiiiletl 80  t huius isi-si iiiiiii I'i e.l !ln\i mini s iiiliiul post  .111 Ll I tCAV es L80 lllllllls -lllllli e siilUll..Mi)_i 11 n I lla ^  Ilu me ttisi 80 i hit I us ilu me uouh 811 ( huius lo  phu e ol i oiiiiut in ilm lit  L1KJV IIOWMAN ,  DiiIiiI Si plciiibei (llli    I'.KIJ ,19  ���I  i_  NOTICE.  N'olli( is In iclis gni ii Iiuil ,10 ilujs nlli I .lute  I nileiitl In n|i|.li In Ihe 1'lilet Couiiiiismoiii-i ul  Limit*, uud Win ks lot ii Iiiiiim lo piospci t im  t onl upon Ihe lolloii Iug ih si 11 licit hinds s|uinie  ill Cnsi l\ i.i id mis Cumuli in iti -Lf ul ii pu*i lie-  lllg Ilu- -nut 'i hi sl i ut nei ml jut cut to Ihe liitllh  eusl i i.tilei ol Allien K lug Im m's claim; llielu e  uoilli Nl i lui i it*- | lli-lll c eus| sil i Iin in-, llieuiu  soulli .su i lnun". iIuiuouom su t hums In the  phu e ol beginning, t ..lllniuing (llll uciis  CHAIILKS 'I'lllUS  Allien  i:   liighuiu, Ageiir  Hilled Sepit nihei lllli, llio.:  NOTICE.  Niiiii i" is lii'iebs gllen Ihut ID ibis s ulli-i ilule  1 llllt ml louppli liiliu duel C'ciil ill lssioli i-i i,i  Lnuils uud Woiks loi u In cum- to piospet t loi  i tm I upon Ihe lollilii mgili-si ubiil In ml suim(e  in Lust Koolcmis ���Coitimem mg ut u post beiiig ihe souih m si i onii i iilju ml lo the uoi Ih  nisi i ut nei in Mm In I llni/s iluliii l lii-m ������  ninth SU ilninis Uu in c i us| 81) i hums Ihent i  souih -^0 iliniiis thcuti nest SO i huius to Ihu  pluii ul licgiiiniug loniuiiiiug illl) ui ies  HHNI-Y IvUIJS I!  Diilcil Sepli niiu-i   Ilth,    IdO-i  1  4  I Olll   lllllllP  (  NOTICE.  Nutu e is hiichs giscn Unit ,10 duss ullei ilule  I liiltiitl luuppls In the (;hu f Cominlssioiit-i oi  I,umK uml Win ks lm a In euse lo  piospci t   tin   f  i onl ttu Ilu* foi Ion ing tit si j ihcd Iti mis sii utile iu _,  Husi Kooienus - i'oiiiiiu incnig nl u posl   hciug  llic   -mil li    msl   ( ul net    uiljui enl lo Ihe nouh  eu-t coi iu i oi Allien I'  Inghii'ii \j Iiiiiii   lliellie  iiiii Ih 10 i liii 1 ii -  Ilu in e cnsi   SO i lot,'I-,   theme"  souih 80 i-liiilus  IheiHe \ios|   so (hums  l_o   He.'  phu c of lit ginning i niituuimg Olll tu ie-  HDWAitn t men vi-ds  I) Uul Si-pieinbii  lllli  I'll); ' o  NOTICE.  Ll] Ciimuirm mg ii a post being tin-smith  ssesl i oi in i iiij it i ul io tin south cast iiunii  of Mabel llii 1/s ,.] inn thicii-e east .ights  chains lliitiu no ih t ighls i-hiins tin me  ssi-st uiglm ( lianis lliini o south oighls iliuns  io tin jil in ol bcgiiining  ( onl lining (illi ai ies  <" ��l\AI'i:b   aLVI'IU"   Loi.uoi  VIboi t II   In,,haul   Igi ul  f.I) Coiniiii-iK ing u i posl bung llio nouh  west coi noi .tilji((iit lo llic south 0 isl i in not  ol Mabel llui/s 11.inn ihciKc cisi eights  (hams llienii soulli tights- ih.inis Ihciuc  im sl cighls i hams liiiik o uoi th t-ighli ili.ilns  lo Uu- pi.ioi ol be,'iiinin���' loin lining (ill) ,u u*s  n LADV TCI'I'lli: ssileor  ,/r Su  eli.nli-s Hibbet I 'I'i ppoi  Albei I  I,   Ingli nil   A^'inl  D Hod -seploiubei Ilth    tnuj l'i-  NOT1CE.  N'uIKi is hen lis K'lven Hull 10 dins nllei ilnlo  J iiiliiul lo (ipph lo the Oluel ('i.iniiii-M.inet ot  Lmiils ninl V\ tu l.s un i In nis io }uosp(ii nu  i mil und oil upon tin lot lowing dcsi i ibul lu nils  siniiite in litis! ICooti'iiui on lln nisi suit tu  sugi OieiK - Loniiiii in nig ll u pu-l niuik.il  Kit hunt llut/ - nnilli i nsl loiiu-i pluntul SO  (liuiiiseust n..in .-\ll..tl I, I n^rli i in s t n 11 tu I  po-1 - (Iii-iiii1 swsisil iliniiis Hu ni o soulli 811  t huius ilu iu c oust Sl) i h mis Ihiiin inulh 80  chuiiis (o Ihe nl it e ol i oiiiiiu iu i uu nl  KIOUAI.'H   llllflV.  Duteil Si piembei dill, I'HU  NOTICE.  N'oliti   I-Inielis giiiu Iiinl  ill ilin- llli1!  .lull  lllilllll   lO llppIS    lO   llll     I    11 11* I    (   lllllllll-SIIJIll   i    nl  I.Hll.K llll.l   U'OI I,- I'M    I   III I IK,    III    plllspn I    liil  null   ti i ii I   iiil   upon   llii     I..Il..\wiig   di-i iilnil  liimis-iluiili in Lu-I K'ooli il i\ on Ilu ..ii-im.Ii  ul StlgC 1   It I k       (  Olllllli iu nig   il  11   po-i     lllttl kl ll  Cliiiiiis Thus    noilli   insl    limit i    pi ii ii 11 tl su  i huius iu-i noni \l iin I  lint/-   iiiliiul   |.o-t  ihcnii sn-I sn cliuin-  tin in. -tuuh  so ( limns  iiunii i nsi SO t h tin-  iluiut  noi I li 8<i i liitins lo  Ilu  pint i ol ( oiiiiiu ui i nu ul  ( II VKI.I's TIIIIIS  Dull il St |ileiubei D   I'm:  NOTICC IS lir.UCIIV iCI\ UN tli.it thills  il.iss.illei dale sse llio undei signed mli nil lo  .ipph io the Vssist.int Commissionei of Lands  mil Win1.slot ihe Disinti or IlistrKootenai'  anil io Uu ('hii'i Commissionei ol Lanils.iuU  Woiks foi liienscs lo piosptit loi io il on'the  lollowingtlesiiibeil hinds situ .loone null* nouh  ot the [.M.uhe.iil Jlisei and HO miles noi thu.ist ol  the town oi MoiiIssos Iu ll.ist liootou-is Dis-  u lit   lli uisli Colunibia  [aJ (oiimiciiiing -U ,i post IA miles east of  the Ton n of Mon Issos bcui���' the iioilho.isi  ioiiit-1 .ulj icont to life noithsicst (ouu-i oi  leiinlt J RitchlJ-s il.iun iheiuo south eights  i h iins. thenee ssosi eights chains theme noi tl.  i ights eli uns Iheiuo e ist cighls th uus lo Lhe  pl.uiol b(ginning i onl.iuiiiig ull) ai n s  ,      ^NiAC CliSSAHIl   Llll .1101  q  .lusi I'll Afsims   Agent  Septeuibei  lul   1SI03  [b| Coinnieniiiig nt i post about JJ miles  oast of the tins n oi .Vltn i isses bouig lhe nouli-  i.ist loinei .iilj.u out to tho noitlissost loinei  ol tin Is.i.n Cois lids 11.um iheiuo south  oiglm i hams Uu nee wist eights i halns,  theni e ninth i ights" i hams thciiio c ist eiglily  chains io Hie pi id ol beginning miil.ilimitf rill>  leus  J   1" C(is(,uo   Loi uoi  JnsiPll As I I.i s    Agciu-  Sepieinbci  lul  PHM  |cj. ComnieiK ing -it a post about 2i miles ���  cistol Uu loss noi Moin-sos being lhe soutb-  o.ist coinei-.iilj.u out io llio iiouhwost eoinoi of  Isaac Coss.ml s claim, llienee noith eights  ili.uns Ihente nesi oighu chains tin.nit souih  eights (hulls iiunii oast i ighls i hams lo Hit*  place ol hi gmiilng lOiiL.iming MO in it s  Ann   Vsii.m    Loiutoi  Josi on Asi l.bV  Agent  Sepicinboi   lul   I'.ioi i1  [d| Commenting .it a post about :T> miles  o.istol the lown of Mini issos being the soulli-  wosttoinoi .uljiiont to ihe iiouhwost (ouu-i  ol llio Isaac ((mauls cl um lliouie uouh  i ij'hls i li uns, Uu iu e east oiglus (li uns Uu in e  south i i -his chains ilioiuo siosl lights (hums  lo llic pi ii o of lu ginning t oiiiaiiuug mo aeies  loliN As i i,i v    Loi ,itoi  Insl ou   Vsi i ev    Vgi in  D Hi d "si ptombei  tnl   mo: '.-.-  Wi  ���Vi'  V*  s-"fl  t'i  J  NOTICE.  TAKi: NO'l'ICi: lliuL lllli ly diss afli I date  I Iiilend io upply to Uu-Chief Coiniiilsslom-i of  Lauds and Woi l.s foi punils-dou to cul ami  hum uw.is liuihei fioin liu- roll..wing desi I [In d  lund ill Kasl Kool(itui hlslilil It C Hcglu-  iilug aL a posL plained al the .Souih West i olll. l uf S Unduly s pio-tmplluii and mulkeil  Cioigc Lliai v" s S i: Kiiiiti llienee uoilli lo  eliains thcuie wesL ItJU i halns lln in e soulli -10  ihalns, lliii.ee easl Kill i hal lis to tin phu e or  begiuuing  (ll.OIKII. U1-: SUV  Duied St pn inbt'i J.Inl   IWK ^|  N0T1CI��  Noi It e  is hi 11 bs gin ll I but   <l (In ss Hit-1 tluli  I Intern!   In uppls lu Ilu   ( Iti. I ( i.iiiiiiI ��� loiu-i ol  Lull.I* uud U oi l.s nu n  In i il ���   In   pio-pi'i I   lot  t onl uml ml ll poll lln  lul I on in., .1.. -i iiln ��� I Imul-  -itiutfi   iu I tt-l Looli uns  uu   Ilu    i n-l   -uli    ol  sugi- 1'iitl, -('itittiiu m ni',   m   u   po-l  uiuil.iil  Shi I.i I    Uul/-   uoilli   in-i    iiiitni    pliinli .1 Mi  t bin ll- -i ul 111 IIOIll I'll il How ttiutis mil ml   posl  Ihi-in c m sl SU I lltltn-   Ilu III I  soul It   s,i i llitlll-  IIii-iii c in-l su i Iiiiiii-   Hi, ii..  ihu i Ii SU t hu ins In  Ilu* pllll i   ol I lilllllli in i un ul  ���M MILL IIIIII'/  iiuiui si|in ml., i mil  I'm: hi  MINI'I'AL   VL'I-  (I-IIICU   I-  )  is'irt  (.'KIlTIKKU'l'K  111'  IMI'ICIIVKMKN'I'-1.  NOTICE.  New Voile un.l |{. A. .luclisiiii Miiii'i-ul Cliiims  .slluiili; In lint l-'oi'l 'Sleele Milling Division ol  Kusl K'oolcniiy Hl.sli'lcl.  Where located: Abdul one mill: son III ol  Mogul mineral claim.  TAKI'I 'NOTICK Ibul I. It. Snillh. K.M.C.  f)7:.Yiio It., uclllli: US llgl.llll fill' It,   A.   Jliollsoll.    I;'.  m.c.'iToui ii. uud K.i'e. ltosi!. i-'.m7<.:. No. rmiKi-.it.  Iiilend. slxly days from ihe. ilule ben-of. lo  Iipply (ollu; Mining Itecorilei" for a Ci-i-tllli-ulu  of fiupi'oyenienls. for Hie piirpiise of itbluining  Crown O inn l.s of Ihe above cliiiius.  And fiii'lhoi" Hike' nolice Ihut action, under  section 117, must ' be ('ommeiiced before the is-  .suuiiei: of such ('eitillciile of Improvements.  IW- U. SMITH.  Duted this L'atb day of September. A.D., 1902.  NOTICE.  S'olli i is In li In glli II III ll III ibis s ii I lei t lit It  1 mli ml I o n pi ih lo Ilu ( hu I ( uiu uti���loin t ol  Litiids mo1 Woi ks nu m In t it-t lo pin-pi i I loi  toil uml oil ii|uu Ilu lolliiw iin, .I.-, iiln.I  html-silti it. in I n-l Kiiiiiitini on Ilu wl-i  -llll" (ll Sll| l i ti i k t , mi tm m nt n u 1 u po-l  itittt ki il l.iz/u \l I tiglm ut s inn I It t n-l tniiiii  plutlli d 8o t li uu- in -I Iiiiiii Vlluill lllgliuin-  in 11 nil |>o-l Ilu iu ��� in -I si I I 11 tin- i In n ��� -..llllt  8(1 ebftlll i, llienee easl Kii clinim-. I hence''norlh'  8(1 ('lifting 11 llic.111.'tee ol' tsiuiiiieiiciiincnl.  tA'/.VAV. .\l. .INHIIAM;  ��� .Diilod SOPtOM 'ofl'lli, tillW.   "       '   . HI)..  NOTICE.  Nolice i.s hcl'ilj." given Mini .III tbiys'ilflel" illlll-  I iiilenil In iipply In,Hie Chief C ti.-.-iouoi'' nl'  Liimis ninl Works fur ii'llcoiisi-lo lu'iispccl fl>i"  ciiiil und oil upon I he lulldivliigilo.-erihcil linuls  siiuitlciii Musi Kooleiiiiy on lhe eusl l.itnk' of  Sngo Ci'i-ek'i 7 ('omineucing nl ii posl iiinrkcil  I'-fctl    lliiwiiiini's    uoilli   cnsi   cti.i'iii-r "pliiiited  nlioiilcighl inile�� I'i  lhe uuuilli of sniil Clock  un.l nl...ul ii i im in Ui'.- noi'lh IKuu lln- .Iminiilui y  line:    Ilieiiee   wesi   .so   chnins. llu-i soulli Hu  chuiiis. IhehccciiSi ,sn elniins. Ilioiu-i-. noilli 80  ehuins lo pluce of ('���olitliielieimielil.  I'-'lil'llJ j.IUWAIAN.  Dated September 5th, PJOi. 3M  COAL  PROSPECTING LICENSES.  NOTICE  NOTICI' IS II|-|;i:iiv (JIV'KN ihat thlilv"  il iss ufii'i d m wo ilu- uiitli-isigiiod. Iiilenil io  ipph lo Uu Vsslslaul eoiiiiulssliinoi or Lands  uul Winks lui Hit- lilslililol Cnsi L'ooteiiuv  mil lo Ilu Chli-r ('oinmlsslonoi ol Lands unit  Win l.s loi III cnsi s lo piospci I fin i mil nu iln-  rollowlni' di soi Ilu d I mils siiuiitt one mllu  noith ol lhe Klalhi.id Ithoi ami KI miles uoi III  i.ist nl ilu tens ii or Mm i Isses in I'.isl Koole-  mi \  llislilcl. I ti 11 l-.Ii Coll,iiiln.i  (a) eiiiiiinoiiolug ai n posl thlm  miles  uoi  li  i list ol tlic'1'owii or Moiilssi s   being llio  mil Hi  I ISl I IIIIIIM Ol ,1,11111 s Vlllk'lsoll s l lllllli, tllLIK t-  slllllll Xllili.niis lilt lit e ssesl S0i h ilns llinlill;  mil 111 su ("mIiis lliome tast si) chains lo Hie  plat o ol In gin n dig i nut ll in Ing lUliat ies  Jamis  AMihitsoN   Locatoi  .1    1' 1(H) Ki'ir.iiih  Agenl  D.I I ed S( piembei Ilth, HIO-J  (li)     Comiiioiioliigiii  a  post .lu  miles  noi Lli  i ast or ihe town ol Moiilsscs   btlng Hie noi Lli  ssesl ioiiki adj.uenl to Uu-noilluasi toniii or  .luiiir s ViiiIi I son s i liiliu    theme  nouh   tlgluy  i hums, ihciieu east eighlv i liains  Hum .- sou ill  ��� i���luv ( h uns   ilu in e hi si i Iglus i h.iliis in i In-  pi ti t ol licgliuiliig i oiiluiiilug Hill at ii s  Wll I I am S   Ki'i.ll   Lik aim  .1    l.'idiii Hi it uu   Agi in  Hiitcil Sc.ploiiilii'i' llih.'"ilKi-j.  (i-l. (.,'iiiniiieneliig lit u post :i(l nilICs nbilh ,'  ,.-.l of Lhe liiss-11 or Mui'i'lsso.y. bt'liig.Ji.hi- iiniin  ,.,t .sl.coiuei' iitljuctuil, lo tlli-,lioii,lii;!i.sL eiirnei' nf  .Initios Anilei'son's eluim. Lheiice .stiiuh eighty  .Iniiiis. theiice i-ii.sl. tiighly eliains. thence norlh  eiglily chains, thence ive.st eiglily ehuins Lo'tlie  pluce of beginning, cniiiulnliii'lilt) acres.  Kin.-nNK ,S. 'I'iii'I'imi   L'ociiLoi".  .1.  I.'iinn I'i-i-ciiik. Agein,.  (d).    (.'oiniiiencing ui. :i po.si. III)  niiles  norlhciisi, of lhe lois'ii of Morrissey. Iielitg lhe soulli-'  east eoi'iier iidjiieenl lo the norlhonsi enriieruf  .luiiies" Anilcrsiiii-.s-eluiiii. tlience uiiri.li clgluy  ehuins. Lhcnce eusl eighty chiiins. thenee .souih  eiglily chains, 'tlieuee west eighty chains lo Lhe  phict" or beginning, containing two acres.  Al.i.nc Vaus, Loeator.  .1. P'kkii UiTCHiK, Agent  Uu ted September Ilth, 1902.  \  1 THE PROSPECTOR,  PORT STEELE,  R. C, OCTOBER  11,   1902.  ���I  fiV   ' ��<  M1  VJ  *.f'"  i-1  .'  N V Mli OT   I'KHSON*.  SHOUT   l-KSCI'll'TiON OK   LAND.  (.in um A   Kelly  Hliii-ili-ll. .1    II  i  L.HH-, .1 llll.     \l  Ui-ililii-l,-.   Or  A ikIi-i -tin. .I.is  Sli'|ilii-ip,  Mi-s    Malid  (ilos'i-r. .1.   U"  Itobbni's.   Mi-s    Annie  Cliltoid, Tho,  Mui-ton,  Mr--  Millt-r. Mrs  S   M      .  1V11-.I1. (J.   H  KiUrjinimniis & 'J'uriii'i'  j-.J-ttilUIIUl'I'.-l'' (4 ���; r"  Simpson  Ar   lOrkstiom  .leiiuinos. (.'    J]   ,  McCul-u.   I'Vanl-  Wulllsoliu A.  Sluriii.    Isiiiu-  lliio|it-s.   Ilit-li.ird.  I 'cU'i-miii,  l.nuis...  Midland. Thus.     .  I lice. -Imi.   V.   .   .  Mull. I'Yaiil.   Mel,cumin. Mrs. <  iVniri- A"  .\lc<iivy-nr  1 tiuii'. I.uliis    ..  Warren, .Inn,   I!.. .  Kelly. I'.   II -   ..   .  I.iil  l.ot  I.I. Hlk II, Lot i:t, Hlk  \2.   J.ot   2'.l.i  Bile 2A. Lot ... Hlk I'll, l.ot I-J, Hlk ."Ml  Wardtier   \2. Hlk.'If. Lot lit.,  Unpaid 1  \t.\es at 31st  r?  | -  Decern  her. 1001  Cu  c  C 1    -5  1 cB '<  1   0 C  '  11 0  s  s.  ~  0 -  0  "                 1-  Un      '  ~  ��S  /.  O  A ?_.  1 a,"  (���  _H  j~   r���1  Unpaid Tuxes .it .'il-t  Dt-fi-mter, 1001.  I  t  N \M1.  OP   ITI(S(|\  siioirr i>i:scuu��tiox or und.  'Lot  I Lot  'Lot  Lot  I Lot  2(1.   Hlk   11. Lot  Hlk 4-1.   Wiit-ilni-i-  I.-). Hlk 11  \2. Hlk \A  17. Hlk 22  I. Hlk 2,'i  9. Hlk 21  Ward hit  +.'! 2(ll *  1  :s so  A0  1  2(1  -k'l 2(1   $-1 00  Lot 7. H2j, Lot 17, Blk2i  Lot IS  Blk 23  Lot ri. 131k 2.5  Lot II. Hlk 21.  Lot 24. Blk 20  Lot 11. Hlk 27 '  L"L-I"'.iJi^7rl-ei=77-17J.J2=-'r~-  'Lot!:'. BlK 27  Lot 14. Blk 27  I Lot 21. H 27, Lota 5, ti. B.'!2  Ni'i-dliaiii     Lot 2. H 29. Lots 1, 2, It 31           I Loi 1 !. It 2!)   Lots 21. 22. Hlk 2'J   '. Lot :i. Hlk .10 '    ���'   'Lot 111. Hlk .10       Lot 20. Hlk 30   ,Lot 3. 151 k 31  iristiiii'... Lots 13. 14. Hlk 31  ; Lots 20. 21, 22. 23, Hlk 31   ������   '! l.ot !l. Hlk 32 -l  li 'Lot 14. Hlk 32   '.Lot lli. Hlk 32   |Lot. 17. H 32. Lot 23, It 33 ������   iLol  Hi. It 32  .Mrs,.   Clirisliiui.. Lots 13. 14, 1-5, Hlk 33  ) 'Lot 111. Hlk ,'|3  13  20  4.5  40  20  (JO  40  95  4.5  Uoilli. W.  K  Midi.-. .1.   A,  .Mi'lvi'i-i'liei',  lii-i-o. L. .1.  Andt'i'.-on. .I:is.., ,.,'l.ot lS,,Hlk  00  .50  00  75  30  30  Iii  00  CO'  (HI  110  40  lid  (ihiml  Shea Am Davi  Swalss-cll A-  Milni'. IO. '.!        Johnson. Mux      --.Mitulu'l. I -.-..-..���-:-,-.  -MilllllMclJ. 'I il'lM ,   ItilVl'.s.    Cj'co A ..... .  .loyni'.  Hi-dri ,   '.McDonald. ,1), It '.  .1 nycc. M i-n. 'A .... t   . .'.   La'mliort. (!. I' ,   Codv, llt'ii.   ..   Uahiyti Sieve A O.I'.K   Kiinou-e. ILA. it C.\ ML ...  llcmio.ss.jv. -I. .<��� ('. I'. II  ...  Hrown. A. I-1.. & Cl'. U   Doyle. A lid. A- Weller. W.  ,  Kennedy. 'I'hos  S...........  Itobinsnn, .la.->., W   McKen/io. .Win...   .'   Watts. A1M..H   ���  .WiiU,. AlM'i K. V.   Hiinyiin. M. el :tl   I.i-levre & I'-uJioiiP.   Lcfovi'i'. .1. W   (Ji'oss-'m Ne.st Land it Dev Co  I'liillipp.s. M.   y��nr* ...     .-.  .lai-vi.s. Artiiiu'. M..'   ("uwoll.  W..I.U.."....'   Stewart.,   Win. i-i al..'   Wood ford. II.  A ������  I Lot 21. Hlk 33  il.ot, 2:1. Hlk 42  1 Lot ti. Hlk 43  Lot 2. Iiik !)  Loi,-l7'IWk��J^=-=  Loi.,15. Hlk 13 '  Lot 0. Hlk IK  Lot, 0. Hlk 10  Loth .5, li. Blk 2  Lot 2. Hlk 2     ,  Lot 3. Hlk 11  Lot 10 lillc-7-----.  Store. Old Town,,  Hotel. Old Town  House. Old Town  Hotel. The Loop .  Lot. 202.5. I'll,  Lot 3.575, C! 1,  Lot 30-58. C, 1.  Lot. 3-5,57. Cl 1.  Lot 2804, G l;  Lot. 3000. G 1.  Lot 27!��; G.L  Lot 27911. O'l,  .012800. G 1.  Lot 108(i, G'l.  .i    1  Pel'liie  I  70   :::::r"  00    1. .. 1  00   20   00   '     i  051:: :     :  05' '.  00' 1.  .... |..  ,.:'  20:   7.5;. .'.   . . .   1 ;  TV  HVi'llie  100 acrpif.  320 ������  302 ������  324 ���  (���0.5 "  100 ������  040 ������  '208   '������   .  K53 ,-  Lot, 297,  1^40  5 00  1 7.5:  2 40]  1 ��i0j  2 001  5 20;  2 75j  2 40j  li 40|  1 20.  7 20  .1   if  3'00  30 35 .  19 3  19 201.  14 40 .  45 251  fi !KI  G 1.  Lot 289, G 1. Lot 487. G 1.'  ,013010. G'l.      KiO acres..  Lot 2070, G 1.     100   ������  Lot 3003, G 1.     320   ������'  I'art of Lot 314. (1 1. 140 at  800 awe*.  480     ������    .  70 80  70 00  7 20  57 00  24 OOl  13 80  .1.  10 25  '4 50  7 20  Hi SO,  44 40  3 SO  10,  I  20  I  05  1 20'  2 45|  4 40i  1 20'  00|  40  2 '15  J_45  -���7"00  8 00  1 50  15 00  8  2 30  2, 30  3 1i  00  00  1 00  2 00  3 40  00  2 701  OO1  00  20  00  05  05  051  oo,  -"!  -10'  00  75  15  00  00  4  40  40|  20  20  20  40  15  2 00  1  20  3 00  I  05  1  05  1  05  "I  . 5  1  121  I  '- 1  on  00  no  00 J  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  no  "6"(>  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  on  OOl  00!  on]  1  +7 20  7 80  4 40  5 20  5 05  5 20  0 45  13 40  5 20  4 00  4 40  0 95  5 45  ;1 i~ih)  12 00  5 50  19 00  12 75  0 30  li 30  Hurffc-s.. lOslroui-t  Stevens, cims  Wend fell. I't-ter.  Arnold, Ccoi-iri-  Sliernf). Win. II  Tompkin-.  \V. L.   I'.-tati-  Baillie, \\rni . Km aie  \\'.illiii��rr,  Xoel A  Itov. \\ m    |J,  llenrv. Win. H  Itos- "Mis. r.  Donovan   Fiank  \~~  If I  -      I  I'ri'-finplioii llccord No. -510  ������    51(1  ���'    378  '���    3S5  ���     * ������ "    440  0'}<l  100 acres il.5 30! *  320  100  320  120  50  10  15  I 51  25  20  1  Application lo purchase 25 acres  320 ������ )  , ���    " ������        300 ���       ,.  1 " ������        320 '���    .     ..I  1 "        41X1 '���         j  Hi-e-eiiijJtnm Recoi'd No. 205 (Lot 780)]  320 arre-<       ....  90  14 40  13 .50,.,  14 40  18 00).  I  %lo 30  *4 00  $19 30  10 25  4 00  14 25  15 30  4 00  19 30  51 25  4 00 j  -55 2-5  i20 501  4 00  24 50  1 00'  4 00  5 00  90  4 00  4 90  14 40]  4 oo1  18 40  13 50;  4 00,  17 50  14 401  4 00  18 40  lb 00|  4 00'  22 00  4 00   77 01  September 101/,,  190?.  Fort Steele A'-ie^menl  hist,-Id,  Fort Steele,,  B. 0.  30 35  19 35  ' 7 20  57 00  24 00  13 '80  70 80  3 00' 124 01     7 20  10 80  on  on  00  00  00  00  00  on  01  pp  (Ml'  00  00  00  00  00  ou  00  00  "00  00  00  00  00  00  00  4,oo  4 00  4 00  10  1 4  50].  "4(1  0 00  5 75  00  00  20  75  40  12-J  5  (:  i)  0  If)  10 "40  5 20  11 20  23 20  JS 40  50 15  3-1- 3(5  23 35  11 20  fil' 00  28 00  17 SO  SO 80  128 00  11 20  20 80  14 25  S .50  Iiitorn-t in 1 bo followin-r iu svhicli the fee i.s in the Crown:  Miller. Audress- ,) ..  liartliolomesv. Win.  Wallace. I'Yedericlc  Khmer. I'at rick.. . .  Mcaden. liy. K. .   ..  (io'rdo'ii, Win .:   I,aid lass-. Jits. T .".  O-Karrell", \ly'. I'...  .McDonald. I'rice .  Taylor, .lm, 11   ...   .  lfod^-noti. Alex   NlUll)OI-t,'.ltln K.'..  I'tUton. -llio. Ij   Laurie. Gen   Kill-roll,. Unhurt   Demers. lloinidns 11  Laurie.   Kohl.'   Milliard. Geo. I. '  McKenzie.   Waller..  McDonald. Tlios.  .   .  Uohinioii. .Ian. W...  Il'i'e-enipriou I'eeord NTo. 374'  320 acres  i- ..       '       .1 .1    go��   320    "   '  590  320  539  S20  092  ' 80  002  100  543  320  422  100  397  320  590  320  089  100  0!)8  100  55i;  320  579  320  ot;.-;  320  Ii��4"  320  009  320  $41 ll  30 71  10 2.  10 2.5  10 20  30 75  20 40  41 00  Mek'em'.io. Win".. V.  Wright. Kolit,  Ileatli, Malcolm H.  Itvckinan.  Wm. S '  Hell, Win. H    MoitLs, Kredcriek K  K'err. Geo. A.   ...  .Mellon,'I lurry \Y..  Laii^foi-d. Alex  . . .  Ilaai-lieim. lOdmunil  I't-kitirt. Septimus.. .  .McNeil. Kohl  S   ('aiiieron. .Inn .1   .  Youim. Thomas....  Application to I'ureliiirie 320 acres,  ''re-ciiipl.ion Itecord No. 574    320 ac  "    012   3'20    ���  "     '    ���'    437   (Lot 3:  348 acres      ,, A "..  I're.-emptiirm I'eeord No.'438 (Lot 3550)  320 acres   1    5  10  10  10  25  10  25  10  25  10  25  *....! *.:  ���I's  8)  l're-fiii[iti<in Kecord No.  S8S  ��i,58  07!)  722  72(i  734  525  041  040  083  700  320 acres:  320 "  !  320 -  i  320 -  I  320 '��� i  320  320  320  320  320  320  14 40  i  Wihiishui  .sl. .Ids.  ('innplicll  A11 nil-  Vim de U  ill kcr.  V rl Inn  (ioldhei-H'.  Siiinite  1 1   .luslad, Si  Utird . .  1 till llfl! I'D.  lo.siah  .litmieson.  Win. '  McDuiiiild  . Jim.  1 IriVIUtlds,  Tho*  .  (Juinli veil  .la.-,. .1  Hriuider,  hiucan  I  I Joyce, .lo-epli   Madden. Win    Sloi-in,   Lsaiic.  Arnold. Il.v: T.. .   .  < 'oriuack. Lily  I!   Muiiroe. Diinii-I ....  .Miller. Uii-jIi   Hiii-r. .Ino IO   Kick ward. Krank K  J iilhei-thdii. .1110 N   1'hillipp.-. Michiii-l. jr .  .Schci-f. Chas. K   l-Miillipp.-,. Wm   I'liillipp.s,  Keyinald...  Kinlay. Knhert D  Diisv, Kfjirurt .   .  I.elchel-. Thus  Wrighl, Thoiiiii.s IT   I lopkins, David  If. .. ..  Midland, Kra.uk . .... . . .  ..Stesvart, Win '.-..,  Hiiynier, Iwl. .7   Anderson,..Inn A ...:...  Stone, .las 10.. .   I lllllhill-, .las. . . .   Warren, I li-rlit-rl..'. . .  McLennan. Duncan M-..  Watson.   Win. ........'.,  De ('are fid,'- D'osite..,...  I 'icki'i-iny, (-'ed. . ..;. ....  Wise. Ad.-iin.. . :   A'an ���Itluke. ('has.......  Me.Lend,  Aiifjus. . ...... .  I tail lie. Win.. lO.stal.e   Application to l'lirchaio Loi 5242. G 1,  320 acre-,   ,|A])plication to 1'iirohane Lot 5240. G 1.  320 acre*,   'I'rc-emplion llecord No. 555 100 acre*,  ,    '���      "    " 578 320 "  i    ������      -    ������ 020 1(K) "  I .. 1 .. ..      r,;t:>      ,(i0      ..  I .. A ..     Mr,   c.!:>0      <���  ] ......       (;,j.j        8(1      ..  ���-    1.70    ItiO    ������  ' ������    s ������ ������     (i9|      |li(l     ������  I    .       - ������ "    725    320    '���  'Application 10 Hurehase Loi 3053. (i I.  I 17.5 uel-eu   il'i-e-einptiou Kecord No.   497 I Lot 3552)  I        320 acres)   Ki-e-einptioii Kecord No  20 50'.  20 501.  M  80  41 00  10 25  10 25  10 2.  10 2,  10 25  10 2,  30 75  10 2.5  o  10  10  10 20  20 50  10 20  41  30  ,10  10  10  30  14 40  14 40  . ii/.;  441  404  025  075  478  522  ti2��  320 acre-,  320 "  320 ������  320 ������  100 " I  320 "  ,  320 ���' j  320 ������  1  . .1A pplieatiiin to Kiu-claase 100 acres   . jl'i-e-i-.iiipliiiii Keeorii No. (JOy 320 uereni  10  14  7  20  30  30  10  5  30  30  20  20  10  25  55,  101  10  30  20 40  41 00  20 50  5 10  5 10  10 2,  10 2;  ,10 25  10 25  10 25  14 40  20 50  20 -50  00 SO  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  Oo  00  00  00  00  00  4 00  41  10  10  10  10  10  10  30  10  ���j  id  10  _-.)  ���v.  4 no  $45 OO  34 75  14 25  14  0  1;l  ,34  24  -�����>,  24  9  !)  14  14  14 25  14 25  14 2,5  18 40  24 50  24 50  70 SO  55  20  75  40  00  50  10  10  25  25  -#**��*#**��###*���******#***********������*##  , *  #  *  *  *  *  *  *  ��  *  *  IS 1'UHLLSIIKI) KVKUY SATURDAY. AND HAS A  .OU A ItA VI'K KI )-_CJ JtCLTLA-I'tON-tsL-A It" I U IcWl i A .V-"  ANY OTHKIt I'AI'KK IN KAST JfOO'I'KNAY. IT IS  ALL HOMK I'KINTKU. AND CONTAINS UOUBLIC  THK AMOUNT'OK NliW.S OK ANY I'AI'HK JN TIIK  DLSTRfCT. ' ' <���  ^8&.  1 As   An   Advertising  Un excelled.  Medium   It   Is  2  ' *  J   Till? 1'ltOSPKCTOR COVMUSA DISTRICT j  LAItOKR THAN SOMK EMI'IRKS. AND HAS A  LARUK KOKI'UCIN CIRCULATION.  I  *4 i-ft-i ���*-��-�� 4**-i-M ��������* ��*-l 4-ft��-t-M-frft**'  <  1' ' "     ~,  1 1       l  14 40  14 10  10 20  20 50  4 00  ���Ci.,-'  201  III'  10  5  10 25!  2 55l  .5 10,i  races'.  'Vim k.  Ku^ei'.s, Kohert.  Henry, Wm. I'.  Wiilliuyer, Noe  Smith. 'Albert 10...  Scott, Hubert B...  A..  502  ������    594  ������    191  320 acres     I'l-e-emptinii Kecord   No. 218  I 11.0 nc i-tv)   I 'iv-empt inn Kecord No. 03S  ������   549  ������   TOO  I ���-..������ ������    U90.  !. ������ '���'   " "    097 .  ! -   -.-'  .'���'    ���    ���' ���'       '"    384'  |.' .���'���������.,. .      ���'- . ���������   '" . 485  ���' "' 54(1  I '        ������ ��� "        v   5y:i .  j '���'��� '-. 7     ',''   *.*,->< 1  1        ,   ������ '���   . .     "   04(1  '������ 7 '���' ���'    litis  I      . ���     ���*       '   ��� "' ���'��� ���  ''SI'  !. ��� .- ���      1. ".      '."   "4->s  ������    (KiO  ..    Wi  "���  ' ������ ���'    503  "   504  ���   -.     '-1   254 ���  .������:' .      "   ���      "    251  311 acres... :.....  I'rii-einptioii Kecord No. 317  320 acrew.. .... .7   Kre-einpljnii Kei-'ii'd No. 030  " ���' ������    li.'U  " " :���   032  " " "    554  " !,�� "    559  lt.0 ������  320 "  'Loi 4891,  (Lot 483)'  320 acres  200    ������  320    ���'     '  .100    ������     ,  320    '-.  320    ;'     |  330   '������     !  320    ���-,  320    ���������    I  320    ������     !  Itjll    ������     ']  33(1  140  32(1  320  320  320  80  SO  (Lot  50,..  <ni  10  75  7-5  50  30,.  'I"  14 40;  20 50'  41   00'  20  19  ���10  5  10  51  30  . 30  20  20  5  10  4  20  ��� ���_  50,  20  25'  10,.  25  25  75  75  50  50  10  25  5ll  50  20 5l.l  10  10  20  30  30  10  5  .30  30  20  14  20  it  20  00  00  00  00  00  00  no  00  00  00  45  14  14  14  14  U  14  34  14  0  14  14  18 40  18 40  11 20  The Paystreak Of Ad's In This Paper Pays from The Grass Koots,  And Never I'iiioliaa Out, Stake One!     The Result Will Be To  Your Interest. u       .  JOU .PRINTING. OP  EXECUTED.  ALL KINDS NEATLY AND PROMPTLY  I 00   IS 30  41  00  25  20 50  10  10 :  00  00  00  00  Olli  ooj  no1  ooi  00  00  ' on  00  00  11  24  34  34  14  9  34  34  24  IS 40  4 00  _i>l.  ���>5l.  (Lot  757)  jibii)  Mill acres  320    ���'  320    ''  320    "  160    "  IS  20  :H|.  1  85|.  1.  41 25  10 20  10 25  10 25  2U 5(1  10 20  I  10 2  51 2  30 7  30 7  20 50  20 50  5 101  ���10 25  -I 5(l|  20 50]  20 50!  10 25!  10 25;  2 557  18 :t4;'  I' '���  ���l  ���I  4  ���I  ���I  ���I  ���I  ���I  I  00  .00  00  00  00  00  00  no  on  00  on  no  00  (in  00  00  00  un  00  00  24  , 9  24  745 00  50  29 85:    4 on  41  25  4  10 20  4  10 25  ���1  10 25  4  20 50  ���I  10 20  4  nu  00  00  bo  00  00  23 20  14.25  0  14  55'  . 34  ' 34  21  24  9'  II  8 50  24 50  NOTICE.  Take NoLice iluU-:!o days nfior ilutc I iiilenil  10 apply 10 llio Cliief Commissioner of  Liimis  ami Worlis for ii "il year limber lease of llii; fnl-  loiviim lands situated on the Kootenay Ulvi-t-  in Soulli tftist lCootentiy doscrilicd us follows:-  CoinmenciiiK lit a poini in the west limil or loi  IIIK! {-roup  I. So chains souih of the north wesi  corner of said lot, thenee west Ao chains,lhcnce  south I-o chiiins, tliencc west 80 chains. theiH-e  south 12o chiiins. thenee wi-st 80 chains, llienee  south l-o chiiiiis.'thence west-lo chains, llienee  south 2-lo chains, thence easl-In chains, ihence  south   Slio chains: thence cast 80'ihains lhcnce  south 3��io chains, thence wost-8o chuiiis. thenci;  north lio chains, ihence west lrio chains Ihence  north Siio chains, ihence cast 80. chains, ihence  north -4o chains, ihence  nest -'o chains, ihence  norlh 3'2o chains, lhcnce wesi lio chains.thence-  north llio ehuins' lhcnce eiist Ao chains, ihence  north  80 ehuins. thence east 80 chuiiis. thence  north ;Mo chum's, ihence eusl So chains, llienee  south -J4o chuiiis. lhcnce west 80 ehuins. ihence  south 80 ehuins. ihence east ioo chains,  thence  north --to ehuins. thonc. west-Jo ehuins. thence  north 80 ehuins. thence   west io chains, tlience  north Co chains, ihence west Jo chains,  thence  nouh 80 ehuins. ihence  wcsi -Jo chuiiis. thenci-.  north 4ochuiiis. ihence easl r.'o ehuins. thence  south 4o cliiiius.   lhcnce east -Jo chains, ihence  sou Lli 80 chuiiis. thence easl Jo chains, ilienei-  .spilth 80 chuiiis.  llienee (listi'ocl uins. thenci-.  souih 80 ehuins. thence east Co chains;   thence  south 80 chuiiis more, or less to the place iif he-  jjriiiI��I '.���..."'       .-  :  CF.TKII LU.VI).  ''-Dated this 7th day of August.  A.  U.. liXki.  NOTICE.  NOT1CI0 Is herehy Kiveii ihal ltd days utier  ilaie I iiilenil 10 apply 10 lhe Chief Commissioner ot Lands and Works for a special license 10 cut and carry away limlMSi- from the  follow in-" described lands siiuate in Kast Kootenai". CoimnenciUL,'ul 11 post plumed seven-  liuntlied paces north of ilie 17 mile posi on C.  i'. K. land, survey line No AWZ. and 7i0 paces  north of the bank 01 the Moyie Wiver. thence  souih alont'siiul line 80 chains, thence east -W  chains, ihence norlh SO chains, ihence west 80  chains io point 01 conniii'iiceiiieiii. contaitiini.'  till) acres more or less  J I. CAMKKCW. Limil No I:  D.'iti-il Aumisi -J.'i. UHW.  NOTICE.  NO'l'ICIC is hereby Kivcn that thirty iluy.s a(-  ler dull' I intend to apply to the Chief Commis-  sionerof Lunds ninl Works for a special license  to cut ami can v away limber fmm ilie fuliow-  int.'lUscribed lauds situated in Kusl Ivooieiiny.  Commenciu--' ul a posl phuuiyl one mile cast  of C'P.I... land survey line No 459 ��� a ml TOO  paces norlh of the N. K., corner of II. Cameron  Timber Limit No 1. ihence south 80 chums.  Ihence east SU chums, thence, norili nil chains.  Ihence wesi si) 1 hains 10 point nf eoiiniii-iictiienl  eontainliii;fill) acres more or   less.  ALl'INI-I CAMKI'ONV  Dated AumisiTintli.lWri.. :w-  24  14  14  33 85  NOTICE.  Takk Nivi'ick that(10 days aflei- (late I in-  Li'itd 1.0 apply, to lha Chief Commissioner of  Liimis ami Works for pel-mission 10 purehase  lhe follinvini? liuids in l-Iasi. Kooiciiav Uislrlcl,  It. C. CiiiiiiuciieliiK ul a.posl plained on lhe  West bunk nf lOllc River, and adjourn ink' .1 A;  McDoiiiilils N. K. corner, marked ".!. 'I'. L.iid-  ��� law's S. K. cornei-." llienee VVesl sn eliains.  Ihence Noil li 8(1 ehuliis: ihc.ucc i-ltist 10 ilitt  Wesi lunik of Mile I'iVer: ihence SiniLliiirly  fiilliiwiim tlie west baiik of l.'.lk Kiver 10 pl.-ic'e.  of l..'i;it.iiitii; cull iiinl nj; (Uu acres iiiiiii; or less.  ,'      , ' .lAS. T. li'Aim.AW.'  IJiuetl this-Jt'ith day or .lime. liKU.  NOTICE.  Take NoLlee ihul llll days arter dale. I luietid  lo apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  mill Works,fur a -II years Timber lease over the.  following lands situate on Cherry (.'reek in  Souih Hast KouU'iiay.  Commencingnl lhe South West corner of Lot  No 710 Group I llienee west. 18(1 chains, thence  north .mil chains, tlience east.'fill chains, thence  south 2A0 chains.' thence east UK) chains, tlience  south 80 chains to the. place ol. Iit-Kiiiniii!;.  JOHN MKKCICKNI'lliiil':.  Dated AUKUiit SKIth A. D. 1902.  ,    NOTICE. ..;..'���.'  NO'l'K-l'i Is liereliy niven thai thirty days ar-  ter dale I iiiieud 10 apply lo the Chief Commissioner ofT-ands aiid Works for a special license to eut and carry .away limlier from llic.  follouini; ' desiffilieil liuids situate Iu Kasl  Koomnay. v  Cotiiiiiencitic, at 11 posl planted one half mile  liasi, iif Ilie. If> mile ]iosl on ihu (I.IMI.. Iiinil  survey line. No AtiKr tht'iee.souih 811 chains.  Ilienei-east 811 eliains. ilii-ut'e norlh 8(1 eliains,  thence wesl.KOeliaiiis, 10 point nf ciuumcuf mem  (���(intiiiiiiiil! (Ill) acres more or less.  SAIIITKL UltA'NT..  Iial.eil Aiijtusl.lilili. IWC'. wt-  NOTICE.  Takr NnnoE that .10 dnys after date 1 lu-  Li-uii 10 applv 10 ihe Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for a ���_>! year timber lease of  the following lands siiuiue on ihe'Kooienaj  l.'iver in South Hast ICooienay described as fol-  lowsi-Coininenciiij,' m a point 111 the east limit  of lot 4.-ii�� group 1. about one mile south or the  ICooienay Kiver. ihence'norili seven-hundred  and iwentv chains, llienee east iwo-hiindred  iind forty chains, tliencc south seven-hundred  and twenty chains, thence easi'eiuhty chains  ihence south' onf -liuudn-il and iwenlv ehaiiu.  il.ence west iwo-huiulred ,md forty chains  thence north one-hundred and iwenlv chains,  thence west eijfhiv chains more or less to ihe  place of be-riuniiif,'.  JOHN    liKKCKB.VKIDGK.  Hated   this   rth  davof August. A. 1).. I9u-J  NOTICE.  NOTrCIC is herebv given ihal flu days arier  date. I Intend to apply io the Chief Conitnls-  sioner of Lands and Works .1 t Victoria for  permission to purehiis.- tin- followini! lunds  situated in .South Kast   Iwiotciiay.  CoiiimeiieliiL';u a posi planted at lhe North  Kasl corner of C. P. Lund's purchase ne��r  Wuidiier. il. C.. ihence south t-0 chains, tlmuoe  easl 40 ehuins more or less 10 the nest bank of  the ICooienay Kiier, ihence up lhe said ICooienay ICIver 10 the south line of .1. K. Humphrey*  IHire.hase7or South Wurdner, thence west -10  cliiiiiis more or less 10 lhe place of betfiiiuinif.  .  Wm. CAHL1N.  IJaled September lilh'.-.IWS..'      A.  NOTICE.  TAICK NOT ICK thai ill) days from v the daiii  hereof. I Intend Lo make application io purchase the following lands situate on IxislCreek  in SoitlheasL ICooienay. described us follows:-  Coiiiiiiiinciug at lilt; south east angle of Lot. No.  HI I. Group I. ICooienay District, hence north  along he eastern limit or said Lot Ull. Wl  ehaiiis: ilieiiee oast 4(1 eliains: tliencc soutli 80  chains: ilieiiee wesi '(��chains   to  the.   place of  1 liegiiitiiiig. eiiiiLiiiuiiiir iii all :t'.-0 acres.  j     I Hi led July Sth. IW)-:.  J        -mA WILLIAM -MOORE.  NOTICE.  ��� ��� ��� ���       4  NOTICK Is hereby given thai 30'days nfier  ilate-I Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a special license LO'  cm und carry away Umber from the followl-i*;  described lands slliiali-il lit Kasl ICooteini')-.  Commencing at a post plauu-d a ijuarlerof ��  mile east nf Die 111 mile post on ('.. 1*.It , |����d  survey Hue,No 'Mr.!, und one mile south of Muylc  liiver. thenta: souih 811 chains. Ihence rail Hi)  chains. Ihence norlh KU chains, llieiicc wesi SU  eliains 10 point of coimnctieeinciu, cotilalnlii^  llll acres 'niore or less.  II. CAMKI'ON*;  .Limit No -.'.  Dated Angus) '��-. WYi.  WANT 111)���A  TLKMAN    OK    I  TI.IJSTWOK'rilY     CKN-  AI'JV   iii   each county to  uiiina-re l)u.siiics*i for an old c��tal.��li!Jlit!iJ  lionsc of solid financial standing A  siraierlit. bona fide weekly salary of ��18:  paid by cheiik , each .Wednenday ivitli  iill expijiiscs direct from lieadqurirtera.  Miiney advanced for expenses.  Alauag'er. 3-10 Caxtou Bldjf., Chicago. Norili Star Lodge  NO. 30.  A. f'. AND A. M.       C. Ii.  I��. C  HUIT STLKLI'..  II   C  Rt-/-ulir   incitiiv's    Is'    Tii<m1.i\    in, Old  month at cliflit oVlm-U      V'smu' I'.u Ilu man  cordially iiniu-il  Kile HIvi-i  Lodirc.   I-'en. ,'iil.n   n.ei 11111,'s  held IlisL Fii'l.iJ ol ("ich ii".ii'b   .  Cranbiouk Lodt'c L riiuliinol.   11-.'ill.11   in'eit-  lutfs held on the tlnril Tliursil.iv id ��� .ii'li'iii'.iith  H. L. Ma III rill, Seci-ciurj  Rocky Mountain .Chapter  yo. 125. H. A. TM.   FPTtT" STCKTTK���U~l ~ ��� -  Regular iin.'ci,iiitr-.  _iul 'I'm-.-.thiy 111  each month ai eiiiln o'l-lock.  Sojourning < 'omp.iuioiis are i-nriliulh  luviLeil.  \X.  L. T. (lALHUXITII Si-1-il.e l\.  Professiona B  oATUrifLVvTolTOlil-lK   11.   IOOL'  ���:-��MrnnTTTTTTTTUnfmrTTT��TTTTTTTTTTTlTTrT��TTi  I   LOCAL NEWS.  |  ^iiiiJiiiuiiuuiiUiJiiiiiiiiiiiiiiauuuan-:-  Tlie ilcliiHiuiMit   tax   .sttli-   wijl  take pluce Tlmrsilay, OiMoU-r 2'd  'PraiiiM arc new rumi'inu"  --.(mill  with coal from .Morrissey.  TUE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, Ii. C, OCTOBER li, 1W��i'.  "No    Better    Iiivcslmcnt   in   Canada!  .THAN    LOTS    IN  I  r^t^.   ,n   Morrissey   are   increasing    in  x^wn        v.,iuc rap'uliy ami would be  an  advisable purchase --to-day at   double   the   price  ]7)on't   forget    tin1    dunce    on   UsUed:  ThtinW-yiviim eve.  Spokim e i\kiV'ii"< ope noil   their  APTEW      CAKEPUL      I N V P.STK \ A.TION.    |iroiniiieiil   business  ,aml   iiriifesNional   men   I'rniu   nil   o\ er I lie eoinil v\v have in  "fair wTniluindivil^Tri yt>iit>i'^  To '_"et ac<|tiaiiileil with Souih  cast ICooienay you -fliould ->nl)  scribe I'oi'Tiii: Puosi'r.cToi:  Geo  S.Mi-Cai-ver ' .LA   ll.niri  '      HARVEY & MeGARTElt  JjumiFers.  Solicitor.-:.      g  Sntnrit.-.   1'itiilit,  (Jmli'tIKtin'i 1 ���- < 'c  .    FORT  STKi-XK, ,B. rC  KF.VKLSTOKI-". STATU >N .1111: \ MI..1M N'  There i-. no 1 >n--iin-���.-- ~*o sale  and p:'oliiul,>le Un milium when  eoiului'led on bu-iness line-,.  I'iiu; pi>nu'   wi'l   im   ilmilil    be;  7IT>f^(r.\r(MM"'TS^y~liy" tn'-ernilTlie' lllVl'Sin|-,s:������-=. ���   Do    Not.    Overlook    the    Fuel    Ihal  COAL   IS   KING  When   coal   is   in   abundance' there   will be I'ouud money in  .iluiiiilaiK e iibii,  THOMAS CRAHAN. Ayent.  Morrissey,'. 1>. ('.  *  - ~~ c O CCE CTi ON s ~ proiw prfrr~ ^.tkv vr.  W�� R. ROSS  ' Barrister      '-      -       Solicitor  NOTARY    PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER.   .   -  Fort 'sterie,   P.   G  Ten new ir.iniii^" locutions were ! *���"  V \^...>,_... j.. >. j_,. j^^ji-jjjii-���-^. oj^i ^-*Jui.ii i ��� y*.^  duv last.  i   nu;   (ii'ii^     iii'i     ii"    ��i    ,.          .    ������  the * hole   craze   in   M.m-1--   tMM w^^^^^^^��^0^$^^^  '    KOOteiiay        Boundary line,  ���  ���/ I obacco  Plains,  Hotel * *  A   hirtte   oiiliiii;   party \ i-.iti-*<l j -��*���?  Wasa   IiinI   Suiulav.   thev   tvpi.rl ! i*i  1 III  li;i\ lui; a very iiic.i^tiiue.  B. C.  ���"'"iin   r- ?v���n i ni r i^���r i inn mmiii"'  "JULLD���nuni:Lr;~"ri ujji auui  ^   *  Messrs.   Luidkus   and    lyU-nijf,       'Hnin    AcftiMMODATlox   I'OU   T^avku-INO.    mkn   ���    t  i 1 > _i       11      ^. * ktA i I  v-'cre. cluck sluHiUnji at I'limiiir-r'.*  flat Wodiiosilav  A First Class Home  *  iii  FOKT STBEI.K  DEVKl.oPMI'SI" STNIlli; ITU [.ID  HIS Lenilenliilll Slrci-l. Lniulun. Kr;.'!:i!iil  N. A. WALLINGE'R, FORT STEELE.  POST OPKICK HUX .*-        i.   '' _^_^  ^T H 0 M A S,   M'C V l_T T I 13  P.L.S.   61-  C.E,  l^ort. Stoe/tv:  li.CJ.  j.G. CUMAIINGS  ^ CIVIL'   UNGINEEK  C l  Provincial    Land   Surveyor  , ii'OitTi b.'ridioiiifl, i j. c.  GRASSICK   &   DEMPSEY.  'CONTRACTORS  i    'AND     ,,,  BUIlsDBRS.  Fort,   St.ee.le   U.C  Fort Steele  Diamond Jubilee  m,ssb.mosS.-     Hospital  Miincii.  IJi'iitlnnli'(il Sl. Iviilct"*. Ilospiuil  \'iiiii;iii)V.*r. I!  C  Tii in rii-.liii.iit.ioii lui.-. !��'<-n ivccnilj  eiiltti'KOi.1 liy :i uuw w'imk u'hii-h i> nwv  o])��n for rctii-plitiii of piilieut?. [''or  U'i'iii*i ui'l'ly lo  Miss 1'.. Moss,   or   ..'. 1-7 S\nTi.t. Soi-.  Mull-on. Kurt Sio-lc H''-  ' GEARY  &l  DOYLE.  Tiie waier mains on Riversido   Z�� Kootenav Iloi.fi! Tor IfilWo on'iVloiulay and !J"  Avenue-  and   lla/ol  Street were I it        '���- .     ,. ,,;.    ..   ,  , ,,,       , , r-  ,       V    �����*   i-Viduv nt ^ a in.     Leaves h.lic  llplel   on  I'liesday a,nd .Sal ur- J^  �� cluv ;il ^ a.m.      ��� ' , '   ' ^  Vt. .��. .��. .��. >���- -*. *�����������-i��ii��i*tiit*i��iiiiititi*ii*iiti*'iife*tit^  ���?;Hjf'Tjr-?Jr ���?h-"^T^Sr-?,r?��r?,TT,Tt?.-yl??^^ ?jr t��Tigr V V *��*  ihii-h^u out Thursday.  A numher of. now sidewalK-s  have boon construe'.ed it: town  durinii" the pa-=-i week.  Xutnbers ol parcel- are beint?  daily imported into town 'from  th.e east:  Hon. A. O. Hlair. minister of  railways was at Victoria. Tuesday October 7th.  A large number of strawberries tiro in blossom in tho  viejnity of Port Steele, which i.s  renKirUable for tho season.  ��� A !aL'2,'C paevking' outlit. with a  large amount of supplies for i.ho  Roaring King group of inineSj  lufl. Stoolc Thursday.* ��� .     y  Notice to Delinquent Co-Owners., j  'I'n W II Liiinl'ijU, or lo'inv pui-iim ui ppr-|  .du*. 10 v, liuin In in'ilii-.\.oi--uiyol llu-iii mii.v (  liii\i-inmsii ucii'iiioir   ur lu-*  iuli-ri"*!   tu   lI'i1 '  Mii-;ul uml Attn iniiii-ral rliiuiis, -.Uu   on llic  .Vorlli l'lum-l! "I Uu* -sl. Miiry's Hlvoi-in llio  Toil SU-($lc- MiniiiK UivKinii ol Hail Kooli-nny  uml H'corduil in tlie olilco ol Iliii'Minliij.' Kci'or-  dcr ul Fori Sit-elr  You it ml e.n-li of vou :ir* licicbv nolillcil Ilr.U  I luivi* o\pi-nili;d iiiliu.no ". l usM'SMiiem hoiU on  lilt- IilJOM* llH'lltltillt'.l  lllllll-l-.l! I'llllllfs Mlll'l"   ilu-  llrst ilnj ol i'V-liruiirv. 1MW, iindcr llio piovis-  ions ol'tlie lnun- ul Ael. uml il wlllnii Hi) duvs  fi-oin llio (line ol'llus noiii-c vou Iml, or n-ruso ^   io loiilriliiili' .\oiir portion nl surli ovpeiuliliiri' <J)(luvs'ti  in��(;ilici-willi nil co^Kot -.Klvi'i-tKitiK \oiir:uiil ^Vlc>��� 11l-*.-il  ^Several hunLiiig'iiarties wpnl  to Hummer's Kbit: Wild Tlorso  Creels ai.id ��l. Mary's prairie  .Sunday last. Several large  bags were brought in. "  A train on the: Crow's .Vest  railway, ran into a hand i\\\\ Ihis  side of W'tirdiier on Salnrday  lasl (hie man on the ear sus-  tiiinell a fractured leg.       '~  Llveru, Feed & Sals Stahle.  Fort Steele !'..('  Rrg-uhu-   Dnili   Sin-re   in.-ci--  all  tniin-i .'it KorL Sn'i !������ .hmi'i inn  SAUDI.I-'- A"  I"A<  1<7  HoUmK.-  TK.lMINOOl    Ai.I    MMis   V  SIM i'i \l   n  Why ynii -he,iti   i.'i,-.    --F.e'r   Piny'  Chewing Tobacco.  Becauso ii i- Uu- {>������-: >in l!t" \ -  Because it. i~ Lfu- iuo-i bi-timr <" ���"-'������  Because it i- tiii- l.iii.'.-t   'ii^'li Ui ���"���'' "'  or lUo. piuy.  Because the t*in-ar" \:ih .il>!<-   ler |in-  luiuttii.  Because \vt* yuuiMnt.-i- ��� ..-i-> i/l-i_. -ni"  Because your iliiiil-r   i-   :ii.ilinr!/-il   iu  i-tiliuid   vour   uii)iu*,i    if   y<��>   '"������   "'  Mllti-(|ifi:(l.  Tin-: KMi'iKi" Toi��\(...d * '>������  I-'u  S. \V. Pal.inore, while testing  lliegas pipes in the Norlh, Star  Hotel at Kimborlny. wTas blown  up. and sustained a fractured  leu besides other'injuries.  Over a million Ions of ore will  be mined during' I.I02 in t.ho  various cani])s seal lered throughout Lasl and West Kootenay,  .saV** the Nelson Tribune.  AD1AN  RAILWAY  World's Sbcnic R6ule  ,    DIRECT LINE  KAST  \Viiini|M;o  I'oroiili  cnoli ol youi" iulcre-.K in siuil i-l-iini*. will In;  "i-iniii- I'lii-- propcily ol llii-"iiuilorsij;ii;"iI iimli-r  m-rllon I ol .in Afl.riilltl^il "-An Al'l 10 Aincnil  llit-iMini-rnl A('t,,l(lOI).'"        \  ' '      It. A..IACICSONT  imii-il:ii i-'in-i Sii-cliiilii*. i!Hli,<liiy oi Scpii-m-  i.i'i'.'ii'o;. , :!s  Win. I'^orsylh who ea.mo in Ibis  week- from 11 ell roaring creek,  say thai it is beginning to bo  preit v winl'M-y in thai, vicinity,  then- was lit inches of snow  when he lett the Silver Uli IT  mine.  The regular passenger Irain  ,11 the Crow's No-t railway was  o-i lime Saturday hi'*!, for the  lirst nine in many month--. This  '.u-1 e.\])laii'is how lhe section  men w.-ie caught. I hey were no)  ' diking lor such an oouirrcnoo.  Speculation as to which lown  tiie ediloi-tcf* tiie Herald is trying io serve, may be answenul  in- ihr- probability that the "'Old  Man'-' biremosi desire i'*' to  vt |-\i> hiiiiself.  Ryrie  Watches.  WHILST we guarantee  , " to keep a " Ryrie"  Watch���aside from breakage���in perfect action for  two years, tliere.is.no  limit to its perfect timekeeping qualities.  We select for special  mention our No. 5506  "Ryrie" Watch at $25.  {Lady's Lanre or Ohtlem-iira  hnmllWaiili)  It is a 15-Jewcl Movement In     ^R|  a 14k. Solid Gold Chsc.  W<> (*i]'iriut(>u it-i ��ife delivery, and  will i,hi_'Mmlly j mini tin* lull pikti  il ull Jtji.'111't It in Uul ^etlci-tl> d^tid-  rwtiiry.  Writ* tot our New Cutalo^Uii.  Ryrie Bros.,  Jewelers,  Yonge and Adelaide Streets,  Toronto.  J;   HIGH WARDEN.  PIONEER, BARBER SHOP  Ever,vl.hiiiK .S'l.rieUy First. 'Ohm,;,.  Next door to the. Prospector.  kOook'B CottonEoot Compound  3 in BnccoBHfully fiflpd montlily by over  ^���v.#10.000Iiiidlen.Sii.fc.effectual. LadlOHnBk  ��� ^ your drugglat forCook's Cotlon R'jol Com-  etuaSVTnkc no other, as nil MIxtiiros.^MllR-UKl  ImiUtlonS are dan-jeron.i. Friao, No. 1. ?1 per  box*. No. S, 10 decrees 8troTiKer,*?3T'��r',"x" No-  i otS.mMled on receipt ot price and twoS-cent  ��� tamii?. The Cook Company WImlHor. Out.  Mp^NoB. 1 nnd 2 sold and recoinmeudcd by all  rwpouslble Drugglata lu Canada.  Nos. 1 mid -solil   in   l"\irL  SLei;lc  by  A. W. Blciisdcll, Druggist.  St.  .Tnlm's Church of IhitfUmil.  Si-r\iccs   will   he   lield   in  I.ho  Church ol   SI    John   the   Divine  i-.cry ^tindiiy ('veiling til 7::i0 e.v-  ffih.oiiUic third SuiKhi.y in e;i7ch  month wl'ieii the serviee will 1><:  I.tiUl "it 11 o'clock' .a.m. hy lhe'  \:ic,iir. I.ho Mi-a: U. I leeeham.  ' Holy" Communion will lie jkI-  m-inisiered ' nl. t.he' close of lhe  sci'vice.  Sfrini^ers are welcome.  I'l-KSUYfl'KUIAN   CillMICII.    ;  Divine ' V>'oi>hi|i    will    hi-    held  ,;,    ' (|���v      |>i",..sli'.y!.eria.n'    Clnircli  7;'..i"V   .S.'ihl.iilh    .nioi-Miiiir   al    I I  7,'".|t..-i.-. '������������'''.  'Siihhaih' Sclmi'i '-very  Sund.-ty  ,"7:   Ii;ii !'  |t:ist.  I Wo u'clin-k.'  Choir   |iractic"   every    Tliiirs  il.iy i-M-nin^ at T.-.'-'iO o'clock.  Pastor:    A.: L. MaCDOUGALL.  m\\i\A        ;^S*j��A^__  \x i<:st  New \\'i'-.tiiiiusli-i'  Viiin-iiiivi-r  Vii-ldi-iit  Sl;:iguay .  St. .lullii D-iw-'on'  11 ul mix _ 'Si-iiUli-  I !o.-,t'()ii ' I'uriliiiKl  New ^'orl<    v iaiin Kriuiriwo  tri.'VNOi"! "lalei-: sticami-:itsi  I'jijhvc   l''nri   William   Similiiy, rJ,iu-;!-  (Iny niid I'Yitlay. <  Via Soo Line  St.   Paul,   l)nlnth.   Chicago  Tourist Sleeper Service  KAST  Leave   Diiiiiiioi-e  .I unction   daily   lor  St'. I'anl. Knoiunity h>niili:i>'.    Tnc-day  ami Salunlay for TiH'initu anil all   I'Im-,!-  i-i-ii 1 *ni nl��:.  W'KST  Leave Ucvi'lstdkc daily   lor  Seallle,  Vanconvei" and co.iii cil.if*.-,.  Tliron-ih   Tii-U-cN   to l-'ni n|ie   via'all  Al lani.ie lines,.  ' I 'repaid   t.irkoC    Irimi    all  'points at, lo\ve.-,l ralt'-j.        , h  l'1!)!-   full   |iai"l.ieiilin-.  apply   lo   local  a^eiiN.  ���   E. J. OOYLE,  A. i}. P. A.  . Vancouver  J. S. CARTER,  Dis. Pass. Agi.  Nelson.  MM'If  iii ��� ���-������ im\Wm  \'tviii" atlenlion is ealled t.n ' t.lic  ������rioncci" l.iinilcd" l;i".'i:ilis of I.Ik; /'Mil-  uiuikf" .V.Sl 1'aul Kaihvay." ''Tin.- only  pe.rfei"!. trains in tin- world.'' '��� ' '���-  ���  ��� ��� Ynii uiil lint) il d."sii","i.lile lo ride, on  i.iinrit- Irn-ins when ;;,(iin;vl.o any point in  I.lie K:islel"|. Sillies nr '(.'iMiiiilit. Tlio.V  ,.,, mi,iv -|. i\illi .-ill 'I'ranseiiiii.inciilal  Ti-ain>   and.   .all    'I'iekel,     A^'e.ni.s    sell  l.il-ltl'I.S.  |.'(ii' I'lirilii-i" iiil'oi"!iial'mn, painphlel'S,  ei'f. nsk any Tickcl.- .\uenl <��'  1-    I,    l''()i:i.)7     ���     ll,''S, IIOWK.  i';i--    A'.cul. . (le.nei'al Agciil,  S|,i1K7\NI"',.       '       I'OKTCANIJy  . READ. ' ���  THE PROSPECTOR.    .  Tho Bust Is None Too Good For You  �� Andu-eean fnrni-ili yim with tlie  r.KST lor no niore Minn yon niiulil. pay  fori lie WtllfST. 1 liei-el'ol-e. iltin'l llil'ow  away nooil money lor poor -.erx iee, bill  il yon are eoinu K.1-.1. or li.i\e Iriends  coining W1-.1. let n-. tell yon w lull \\<-  can olier on l 'liieago. W'asliiny Ion. Ni-w  York. I'ioiIoh. Sl. I.onis. X'eu Orleans.  Menipliis. anil all inlerinediaie poini-.  Our rail.-, an- laid in loin-li-.-n dillei-enl  slate- ol 1 be  I' lliini.  ('oininililieale      with     11-     reuai'dini.1  Ireitslil   and   passenger   -ervici':   11"-.  a  pleasure to reply lo your lei lei',  .1. C. Ll.VIKKV. 11.  II. TuirMlilH.I.  T. 1"'. A  I'. -\.     I'oinini-reial  Agent.  I l.'t Tlnril Sl..    I'or! land.   Oregon.  NOTICE.  '1'AK'K N'O'l'iei'l 111.il .��! il.l\s .illuI- ilnlf. T  Inlt'iiil Ki : 11 > 1 >Ix- In lln- ("lm I ('iiiiinii-siitiit-i >>l  1..IIKK mid Wm Its lul" iiei-iiiisslciii In 1 nl ninl  im 1 ft .1w.1v I imlit'i' li'.iiii I lie I. ill it mi 11 it hums 111  |.. isl k'mil iv I lisli icl    ll.C.   Ili-iomilii-- ill :i  liitsl |ilii nit.'il tm llii' wesi lm til; nf Ulli'Ulvnr mid  'niiii'liitil ll.'M. I.iiiitliiiiu's N. I-I. t'lii'itt.i". aliii'iil  Iwo iiillt.s stitilli nf l.iz:irti;(.'i"(.i."li, llit-m-t: wttsj  sn fltiiiiis. Ilienei! sunlit Hi) fltiiiiu, llii-.in-it fiisl  In' llni wt'sl Iiunii nf l-Illi U'lviT, Hit.lift" niirllir  nrly I'til It. wl "I", wt'sl liiinlc el' pal; U'lviT i(. |.l:it'f  nl' lici;iiiiilii|.:.  IIONAI.I). '.M. I.I NJ Ml I AM.  1 tnirti .in in. tin ii, ism:.'. :w   '  NOTICE. '  Ni.lici! iii liereliy i.'iven I Inii.HU dii.vs siller ilule  I lit 11-ltd lit iipply le Ilie C'l 1 ierc.nt mi ssit.it ef til  l.itltds litid' U'ot'Us I'df ll licelisi" l(i |tt'iis|n'i'l I'm'  intni nnd (ill. ii|itin lite fullmvinfr '.li'sct'ilietl liimis  slllinle in l-liisl Kotileliliy. mi lite wcsi sltle nl'  S:u.re ('feel-. ('intiiitelK'inj^ nl n. jitisl inin'lted  I'lthviirtl 'I'. I'lcliin-ils' smilli ("isl rninei' iiltuilctl  "1 I'eel   lKtrl ii ��� wes!   I't'i.in   ^Mlicrl   I<1. I Helmut's  illililll piisl. tlli'llff West SH Cllilills'. Illl'llfl'  IK11-I li Sit t'liltilis. Ilieiiee ettsl Sil cliiiiiis. llienee  siiltlll SII eliltllls In I lie lllliei" (.!' ('(.iiiiintlleeiiielll.  Lociitcd Septeiiiliei-illlt. IWI2.  ���' 39-  ' ' EUWAKD T. H1CIIA11DS.  ^���*-J-!Cf*-fc*%-?--.?-S f.-.:.-.."���!��� 'P'r X"'5.-:0C-.? ��5K^A��.i <r-:��-s��---K-��*-��'*-'��-i��*****��--5-5K*J!-!5:s5-,3's''JS}^  v.     ~. m     'lii'iiii'iii       u'imi      ����i     ���     mi ^i'i   l>    ��  y.   The  Canadian Bank oi commerce  1  1  ���Or  2.  " H13AD OI-TICE--TOKONTO.  -;-  '.'��� I'.iitl up i'apilal'i|.K.(llitl.(iU(t:  lio-ei'vo Knnd $2,000,(1(11 r.  $ A|;..|"e;.ale I leMiliin". Ovel" .+(;5,1>1>0,(K>0.  ,*���;  .5, ' '  SJ I iiinliiii Ol'lice; (1(1 l,imilniril Si reel,  I". <'������'  il \i"��   ^mk OCI'ice:  I (i i:\eliiniKe IMiice. *  i. *  X, ' *  I  ,     Ami I.S bran."lies in Canada, tin- United Slal.-s and British Oolinnbiu.       *  *  fi   Cranbrook Branch.  HUBERT HAINES, Manager. '%  British Columbia Pottery Co. Ltd.  ^ _,^  -VICTORIA, B. C,  MANUKACTUHKRS OK  #    V IT RIPIBD   ��  SALT' GLAZED   SEWER'PIPES.  ALL   KINDS  OV  Sii.niliir.v .Killings.   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