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The Prospector Oct 17, 1903

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 of Les Ada  Vol. V.  BOJtT S>TBBDB, JB. C,  S^ITZJ7^Z>A3^ OCTOJ3BR 7 7, 7,906\  '���WHENCE   ITS RECORD."  Thj   Kootenay   Valley a District,  of   Promise.   ���  On tho lino, ol' const motion ol  tho Kootoiiiiy Cent riil railway,  if. is now known beyond a (ionhl  th:il tlio mineral resources tiro  :ts varied, as 1 hoy tire rioli.  Vast, bodies of high grade  mineral have been opened up in  many portions ol' tlie Port. Steele  '    dislrict    '  fOxtensivo lod.yos of Iree-nnll-  , ing gold quartz tire I'oiiiid on  Wild Horse, creek, und in Ihe  main 'nuifjo of the Kooky mountain's.  o  All the .elements required for  smelting fluxes, such as> limestone and iron are found in the  Kootenay valley.  The coal areas of the Crow's  Nest, Pass, consisting of, 'over  ?i0(),000 acres, are tributary to a  smelting- point in the Kootonay  valley.  , Extensive   bodies  of hematite  iron have been   located   on   Hull  river, within three miles  of  the  o  proposed   line of ihe   Kootenay  Central railway.  ,. Placer mining on Wild Horse  creek and Bull river is a feature  of t'l iis portion of the district,  and the yearly production  nmounts to thousands of dollars  ��� , Petroleuni.is found'in the ex-  Ytreme southeastern' portion of  the district. -,  Tho   lumber, industry   of  the  Koolenay. valley', is  rapidly as  sinning; proportions.    '  The rivers of the valley being  fed from the western slope of  the main range- of-the Kooky  mountains afford ample water  supply for manufacturing industries.  Tho immense water power' of  Bull river will soon be harnessed  .Throughout the Kootenay  valley are .many I'armS and  ranches, and, magniticent crops  are grown annually.  .The nutritious grasses of the  foothills on both sides of the  Kootenay valley afford ample  supply of food for horses, cattle  and shoe]}. ' Abundance of good  water, light snow fall, mild  winters, make this an, ideal  country I'or stock raising.  All kinds of fruit grow luxuriantly and with very little .attention.  Averaging L'.OOO foot above  sea level, the climate is dry and  solubrious. The summers delightful, the winters enjoyable.  ships will 'assist in celebrafint:  the Japane.se empeior's birthday  Central American republic-,  are got tiny ready I'or another  sera]).  France will support Belgium  against Clival I'.rilain on Hie  Congo situation.  Canadians are worried over  Ihe Alaskan boundary decision.  London reports disturb them.  Kussia and Japan are talking  peace, but, the preparations are  for war. Both are ready for tie:  light.  ' Russians 'won'l/ got out of  Manchuria, Ihey are likely to remain there for' an iiuietinile  period.  Floods; in Ihe east arc receding. Water swopt-lowns of New  York and New Jersey are relieved from further peril.  DISASTERS IN COAL MINES.  A   Gas Blow at Morrissey   Mines  -    Kills Seven,  A   Cave  in   at   Fernie   Results  Patallyo  Silver-lead Quotations,  New York.  Orl. Ill:  Uar Silver              no  Muxii'iin dollar-;      -ll!  Lead..   .'..     .   .              ....'...  "4..-.0  l.'i.   '  Spoil or   "... .     .          '       (i  ��     London, Oct. II!.���-Silver,   :>  \-2i\  copper  X">.-)   \2*   (id:    lead,    XI1  >    d  ���^pi'ller. ��20 o��� d. ,  Market Conditions'.  Copper was lower in London.  Lead was unchanged in the  London market and linn at New  York:        ,' ,  Silver was higher than for  yoartj.'in London :28 1-i'cl. in New  Yorlc 001 cents per "ounce.  To Adjust Immigrant Rates?  Morrissey Mines. Oe.1. 14.���'A  blowout of gas occurred in No. 1  mine this afternoon, resulting in  the dea.th ,of four miners.  Morrissey   Mines.  Oct. 14.���A  terrible disa.ster overtook   No. 1  mine   at   Morrissey   Mines   this  afternoon   at    2. ISO.     front     the  effects of which  four   men   have  been   taken   out dead  and.   three  more   have  doubtless   been   removed by this time.      'The  accident, was due to a large volume  of' gas  which   flooded the" mi no:  The gas overtook" the   men,   and  under  its  deadly   inlluonce they  succumbed   before    they   could  reach c  the   - mouth '     of      Hie  tunnel.       There    were ��� several  narrow    .escapes,     and  , brave  efforts'were made to Save  Ihose  who  could   not   roach ,the open  air.      ��� .  The unfoi tuna,te men who met  their death are all foreigners.  Their names are: Alfred T-Jer-  binaux, Tony Marconi". 'John  "Rogers and a. Slavonian.*  Great excitement has been  caused by the occurrence. ,as it  recalled .vividly the awful explosion lhat happened at Fernie  last year. ll, is thought that  seven" men will cover tlie total  list of "dead, but-it is possible  that,others may have been overlooked.' It is reported that two  bodies were revived to life again  but Ihis.ireport has since been  denied.,       ���   ' '        ,, "    ,  Only twenty men we're  in   tho  The Ail  alarmed  of breaking limbers,  enee which followed  t hem, and going over to i u vest i  gale Ihey found the entrance  blocked with rock and broken  coal. With some difficulty they  were extracted, though i1 was  at first supposed lhat they could  not. escape more or, less injury.  Ihe.y suffered no serious results.  WAR GAME AT FORT RILEY  The Greatest Milii<ny ilaneuverp  Ever Conducted in the (United  States.  Will Purchase Sawmill.  The .Gold River Mining and  power Company are negotiating  with Mr. N. Hanson, Wa.su, for  the purchase of a sawmill. The  mill will be used for cutting  lumber for the big lluiiie,, at P>ul  River.  MATTERS   POLITICAL.  Liberals   Will - Meet - Monday   at  Victoria.  "'Victoria. Ocl. 11.���The dale  of the meeting here, of-the Liberal members elect has been  fixed for Monday next/ in place  of Friday, as at first announced.  Tlie meeting will lake place in  the morning.  F15UNIE   RECOUNT.    ..  Fernie, Oct. lf>.���The Liberals  have applied lo' tlie County  Court Judge for a recount of Ihe  ballols .in the recent election.'  Mining Notes,  '   Chicago,   111..    Oct.    Hi.���The  question  of   immigrant   rates is  tho principal matter to be dis-jinine at the 1imo,' and as these  cussed at .the meeting ol''the. J rushes of gas have occurred be-  Trans-Continental lines- in ses- [ foro., they look warning by the  sion here today. The question j crackling roar of the oncoming  has long threatened the stability igas and most of them made their  of. passenger rales and it. is escape,  hoped as well   as   expected   thai  the conference will result in a  satisfactory adjustment of the  matter  A   Good Season-  St. John's Church ot England.  Services will be held in the  Church of St. John the Divine  every Sunday evening at 7:!i0 except on the third Sunda.y in each  month when the service will be  held   at.   11   o'clock   a.m.  l-loly   Communion   will bo  administered at  the close  of  the  service. .,-   ��� ���  1 Strangers are welcome.  , PHKSBYTERIAN  CHURCH.-  Divine Worship, will be hold  iii the Presbyterian Church  every Sabbath morning .���'at? 11  o'clock. ?  Sabbath School every Sunday  at half past two o'clock. ,  ' Choir'.'practice  every   Thursday evening at 7;;!0 o'clock*.'  Bastor:    T. McCoimi'  In speaking of Ihe future, and  tho immediate construction of  the Kootonay Central railway,  one miner says that there will  bo more prospecting and development work done in ltlO-l than  ever before in the history of the  district?  Development work will be on  a, larger sca.lo, and a   number  of  Inside  of  a   year   there  more people engaged  in  The Morrissey mines are.' naturally gaseous, and extra, large  tans are provided to carry the  dangerous gas from tho mines.  In the present instance it appears that an unusually large  pocket was struck, which under  considerable .pressure, spread  through the neighboring part, of  the mine. This is Ihe heaviest  disaster that has yet visited the  Morrissey Minos.  CAVL   AT   FERXIl''.  Fernie. Oct. 14.��� A cave in  No. 1 mine. Coal .Creek, occurred  this  afternoon   at  2  o'clock, by  , -     ��� ,-1   i ,    n    i-  ,     which   an   Englishman,   by  the  shipping mines added to the list. 1 ,     , _ ,., " ... ��� ,  1 .,, ,      name of bred J. Scott, was killed  will be , .  ���   ���        Scott  was  working  in   a   room  nuniiiLT .    , -,  -    ,,     ,-,,<.,    i      i-  i  ��� ,   ii   "   where the timbers gave way. and  in the Port Steele   district   than , ., ,,  ���    ,,     , ��� ,��� .,     'allowed   the   coal   to   tall   upon  at. anv tune in ilie hisiorv ol the  fhhn His     predicament   was  counl rv.  Sawmill at Wasa.  The first move in this district,  resulting from the immodiale  construction of ihe Kootenay'  Central railway, will be , the removal ofTianson's sawmill from,  the  west,  bank of tlie'Kootenay  noticed before he was entirely  covered, and willing hands  worked with superhuman effort  to exlricale him. but the relentless rocks and coal kept piling  up higher and higher and he  was"? quickly' beyond' human  power,to save.  News, Notes.  Toronto  lias   a.   popula.f  ion  of  LM!l,i)00    as   against   I'11,7  HfiY iii  lito:-i.  Britain   is  storm-  swept  ,     the  ra,infa.ll equals the highest  ill -Id  years.  British   and    American  war-  When his body was recovered  river to the east side of said.Lsotne time after, life .was ''quite  river,', on tho line of the  railway,.joxtinct.      No ' mark,  was   to   be  -found on his body, and. he was  .simply smothered alive. An in-,  quoist" will   be    hold . tomorrow.  about'.one mile north of Wasa..:  District News Notes.  The output   for  the month oi  September from -tho Crow's ��� Nos  Pass collieries dropped down to  OH, I'..11 Ions, a decrease of 'l('i,0()(i  Ions from that of last, month.'  According to the '.recount by  the returning.officer, Mr. Alex,  antler. VV. Ii. Ross is elected by,  a. majority of 7, in"the Pernio  riding.  The Provincial Le  will ii'ioel, on Thursday,  ber LMith.  'I'lie deceased was one of a.large  party of Englishmen who.came  from Durham. England, to work-  in the. mines of 1 ho Crow's Nest  'Pass. He is a married man. and  'his    family    reside   in    the   old  "country. ���  . ���  ��� ��� ,  .A   very   similar   accident  oc-  *'.ur rod ''in    the .same    -.'nine    on  , '.Monday of this week   when   two  ��� Englishmen  were' imprisoned by  islatiire \ a, cave, in caused iii Ihe same way  Novem 'il'Two  foreigners   working   in   ah  The Klondike output for'H)03  will be over $10,000,000 this year  as against. *i l,f>00,000 last year.  "Silver has passed the 00 cent  mark. The closing quotations  oil October"-! lth was Of); cents.   s  Charles Chapman was down  from Finley crook this week*. He  reports placer mining as going  ahead and preparations for winter's work active,  ' The mining news from 'Windermere district, continues to be  of the most'oncouraging nature.  The demand is greater than  the supply in the copper world.  Although no doubt, is expressed that tho Dominion government will finally pass the bounty,  of -SI;") per Ion i'or lead mined,  smelted and refined in Canada,  yet the Senate has not yet  .passed tlie house bill authorizing the bounty.  Fort Steele is the inining centre of Southeast Kootenay. This  fact is recognized by the shrewdest mining men of the province  The placer mines within a  short distance of Fort Steele  show increased activity.  Several mining deals of considerable importance are now  pending. Some of ihe details  will be made known later. ���  T.T. McViliieP.L.S. has completed the. survey of the Tit for  Tat group of. mineral claims.  Canada was never more prosperous than it is today. But  there is no corner of Canada  that, has so rich mineral resources as is found in Southeast  Kootenay. ���������  ;.. W. F. Robertson, Provincial  Mineralogist, has returned from  a. .'trip to Popktr Creek, and is  very enthusiastic over I lie su'r  face showings on the,gold quart-',  properties of this district.    ','  Among the Craft.  Fort   17iley.   Kits..   Oct.   10.-  Boginning today and  coiiliiinin*-  until  October i'7 Ihe army reservation here is to be ihe scene   ol  the greatest military   maneuver.-,  ever  conducted    in   Ihe   Uniled  States.       The   success   of   the  maneuvers   held-here   last  Fall  inspired the war  department   to  lay the plans Ihis year on a much  larger scale.    The movements of  the troops will   extend   over   an  area of 227i square miles, instead  of   being   limited   to    nineteen  square r miles,   as   they   wero  a  year  ago.   and   the 'number   of  troops has been doubled.  Tho'game will be largely one  of strategy.' All the arms of the  service Avill take part in,it. The  artillery will be represented by  nine light batteries���the largest  and strongest force of lield artillery that lias been brought, together in this country since 1he  Civil AVar���with Major William  H. Coffin in command. There  will be a brigade of, cavalry,  under ("Ion. C. C. Carr, an'i.1 brie-,  ade's of infantry commanded by  Brigadier Generals Fred D.  Oraiit, .1. Franklin Bell and  Thomas'!-!. Barry. In command,  of all the operations is Aiitjor  General John C. Bates.'  One of the most important, nol  to say picturesque, features, of  the war game will lie an attack  lipoma convoy of food supplies.  A .supply' train, .composed as it  is of a string of loaded wagons  miles in length, is obviously vulnerable to assault and correspondingly difficult lo defend.  The problem is to' fetch it  through, ' in order that' the  vitnaIs in question 'may not go  lo recruit the larder of ihe foe.  Where a rail way runs through  a scene of niililary operations,  as in this neighborhood, thecon-  Irol. of it often determines the  success-of any army. Hence  the importance of securing the  mastership of Ira flic over the  Union Pacilic road. Whichever  force, tlie blue or the brown,  obtains, theoretically speaking,  the advantage will be in a position to cry '���male" to its adversary.  Questions of this sort, will lie  determined by officers of high  rank appointed by the war department. They will decide  which wins, the blue army or.  the brown army, when an attack-  is made upon a fortified village.  Tt will be their function to'delermine whether an intrenched position has been (technically) cap  turod and whether this regiment  or that brigade has been .(constructive^') ������ '-wi ped ont " From  their decision there will bq.no  appeal.      ���  In the course of tlie operations  ah entire, divsion will lie marched out and 'deployed for /battle.  Aii attack* in force will be made  upon an outpost,' ���after prelimi-.  nary '.skirmishing and reeounoi.s  sauce, 'and', tho blue and brown,  armies' will lihally come into col  lision.      Tlio forces 'being prefi.v  No 43.  infantry and artillery are doing  and the artillery will get a more  definite notion of the sort of co-  operaiion which may be expected from Hie'infantry and cavalry  Thc value of this i.s obvious. Of  course, the engineers will have,  their own important pari to play  in the operation?,, constructing  pontoon bridges and' throwing  up earl hworks, while the signal  corps. with telegraphs, telephones and a balloon, will attend irfihe business of conveying intelligence.  The' regular troops engaged  in ihe maneuvers, and Ihe most  of which are now on,the field,  come from Forts Leavenworth  and Riley. I\as:: Sill and' Reno,  t'oniiiiut'd on 1 'aye 'A.  KOOTENAY CENTRAL RAILWAY  The   Subsidy   Granted   Will   Be  '   $3,2.00 Per Mile.  evenly  matched,  .the/ losses  both   sides   may  bo   large,   t.liotigl  will, nol    require  '���;-adjoining room hoard, the  crack | in ll  The regular monthly convocation' of Rooky Mountain Chapter  R.A.M., w':is field on Tuesday  evening last. An eniergeni.convocation will bo held.on'October  2'Ah. ���'   - /  In,masonic circles it is'report-j arms an opportunity lor o'/>sorv  od that a. Chapter of Royal Arch , in'g 1 lie evolutions and capabili.  Masons will bo formed at I'Y'rnic | ties of the other arms. Thin  in the near future. the cavalrviuon will see what tin  on  be  ex pee I od lo  t   the   wounded  hospital ���treat-  iitoiit, and the dead will.-, happily  come to life again after the fray.  .One of'flie. most, important, objects? of   the    maneuvers ��� is   to  'afford   lo-'-'officers of the   several  |.,l->>l.j    ,111    l 11, 1 W ll'l  11 11 11  k-     f/kl'     /it  Ottawa. Oct. I I ���The railway  subsidies are for ��;j,iW per mile,  on average cost per mile of $ir>.-  O.'JD, and when the cost, exceeds  iSl.").O0u per mile,, a further sub-"  sidy of fifty per cent on so much  of the average cost of the mileage subsidizes as is in excess of  Si Ti. OOd per mile. But .the.subsidy on the whole is not to exceed SO,-10i> per mile.  ,.The Kootonay Centra! railway  will receive S;i-0d per mile,  from tflko to Golden, a/ distance  of about I'.K) miles." amounting to  SU0R0OO.       ,    '  Port Steele dates back* its "first  sett lenient lo about -14 years ago,  and since that time  it   has   been  (lie liea,dqiiur'u;r.7j u'i' mining   men  and prospectors,  and "the   place  of residence of  I ho�� pioneers, of  the Kootonay district.    The men  who   have   made   the   trails,  on  which their followers have come  in, and who triumphing al length  over the mighty obstacles which  lave  stood,  in   the   way  of progress.   Iind   themselves   now    in  the enjoyment of Hie fruition   of  their long cherished hopes.    En- ���  lerprising citizens of Port Sleele  have  already   taken   the ' initial  Mlops to construct the   Kootenay  Central Railway, and we  appreciate    tho. enterprise   of   these  citizens, and it i.s  apparent   that '  the building of this road  i.s most  desirable to the entire Southeast  Kootenay   dislrict.      The   commanding position of Fort Steele  as'the centre of  mining,   ranching and commercial   activity, all  indicate that  the Kootenay Central is to be the connecting link,  making a result that can only be  effected by supplying direct railway connection.*,, and extending  to I he residents of tiie Kootenay  valley and the   Windermere  district tho>e advantages which are  always given to points of impor-,  lance where lines of' transportation comes,into,p.lay^  The build-   -  ing of the Kootenay Central rail-.  way,will   accentuate the; .irhpor-  litiice of our position-and render''  ns  a   substantial   advantage   iir ,  making    Port .Steele   the . very  ���  heart  of   a , great district-throb-.   '  biug with 'ihe   full life,of a vast  mining indust ry.  '   Game is Plentiful.  LT  (.'.aine is plentiful at Bummer's  Plat. A hunting party from  (.'rati brook consisting- of \)v.  Green. P. II. Mhi-nIi. Chas ' Arm-.-  strong, ami .I./,T. lYaidlaw of  Steele, bagged fi'i ducks on Sunday last. ���   '   ���  Two Fort Steele'hunters' cap-,  lured ill (line birds.  A. Ik Peliwicli has a hunting  party from Xew '.York-. ' on iho  headwaters of Sheep crock.  They arc looking for big game. J
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every   Saturday,  and  lias  a {■iinraii.tccJ
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■■in Kast Kootenay. It i>- all home Primed
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''Si.\'iy days after .late, the nndorsitriieil ,jn-
lendsto, apply to the. Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works at,Victoria. IV.cYfor pc.t-
mission' to purchase the following descviiic'd'
hinds:; Ciiiiiiiienciii^iit the post of the iiorih-
east corner of H. Darlin;;*' purchase near Cal-
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chains, thence east, 80 ehains inure or.less to
tliti H. p. Southern Hallway right ofway. fheiirc
south' nloiis, the snid ri-iht of way to, the place
of bcyinnhij, containing (Mo acres' more; or less?
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■ Sixty days after date the,undersigned Intend
io apply to tlie Chief Commissioner/of -Lauds
and Works at Victoria. B.C., for permission., to
purchase the■ r6ilqwiiig..described lands."' Com-
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of lot number: 1966 G,l East ICoptenay; 1 hence
in a northerly direction Hlon'g the right, oi.way
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containing iiw-ayres, more -or less. ... - ; „ '
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/  Special 'Round- Trip ;j;R attest
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.-: a Y sou th erl 'V^'d i rec tlo il  to- the'In - \mV li^c,t^.-.f ™n\:°ve?OQ -ana. WaSh i'n»--
.';-.      Y,"1 y-?.•.-.--.■.■,-?J-.<'-.-: ■■-,.:     . YY-■'.-•■■to'u.i:ioitKs?to;t.-rtiv'tisro. Lait-o. Meiiipsils
'.ternabi'oual/Uoundarv"     "" ■■--•-'■■   -•--       ■■■---  - ■■ ■-..--■-   -.
yy tlie-,Kootenay7 yalley,iva,i'ying:hi
_• YYyitidtih froiti- tenY to/ thi'v$y-*miies.v
/:-iHere':are found aTlY'tn'e',' elenVents
■ '..   ,V   ■:   Y,     '„/,   -''■■'  ,     -'J, ■:-    ''.-.■   O'Y   .-        ■''-....,    ,-    ('',,"■'.'
?;required:,to.constitute a/rich and
/. progressiye ;'.•■• miuitig? /„'district,;
///boundless';? forests,' y;; (inInnited,
Y,:wa,t:erpo'wer,; uiitoid/wealth/irr-all
'/, ',.th e vmii n era.] s- 'of. co in in erce. /gold;5,
.^silygr,/., lead,?'copper//and Yifbn.:
?,: All thqse,]iaveYbeeii.;Hi'scbvered,|
Yand:a#.-yet-this'pprtion'of.. British-
:/;;Golumbia,'Ythe FortY.SteeleJ»mih,-
.eiicedf.t i-tui/bver ,.'atet-l.e.YlVands:''pX
"/ t;lie:': prospectbrY,:"-: *TSTatu're':''iV'lias
/(;surely eiidowedri/iiisdi^rictlNvith
Y/YYWe:-thinlctnie?ti;inc^ lias'nbw:ar-'
^'-rivotrY-k.vlioh'/Yt.lfo/?pbbple:/o;l': Fori;
■■■;:in.e'd1ia,i;d Y/cfinsl.i.uici.ion Y-'of;? t.he
»'...Kobtenav'GeutralYkailway. :    /,.
,.,c t.,'-.-;.,..-1. .,     ,.,.,,.7-Y   .   ,.::--..■'.;.   -,.,,,-',-■-  ?   Y-7.
-. ,.; ■'.:'.'T.t doesYiioi, noediL pro phot, to
•' I'orbl.el 1 tlio/btitcpiiie of 'the? to'w.ru
'/•ftl'   hVirf,' Stpolo?1 ./;rt/'lia,SY.beoh'
/-':' shade \v<id. '/I'or'. soiiio , years: past,
;.'• cicli-jisosl 'by.tlie raijAvayYdeyelo]i-
/■ineiit bl'/bt.lior, t;owns in/, the: dis-
/ti'iot, but; now/' with the. iinmedi/
?a,i;e construction, of the Kootenay
;/(>ntrarra,il\vayv 'tlrq/rapid devel-
'/opi'tienl, of pur mineral resources
/Port-Steele .will- be in the pro-'
cession .close to: thxi baud vvas'bn?
,lies :;uid;r'Nj3W: Orieiius:ntoGtv:KATLV;■['iiii
,DUt/.EP.:'RATBsj.Y; J./-" .; /:; /./: / .',,/■/ .,,?
I.Tickets' jrood fai'/ihi-ee.-itionths.-t, (jo-
itisi iiruit/ ten tiayv. Kei urn ing limit
ten thtys, aftet' stat'tinir'\v "st? Stop Yivet;':
(ii'ivileiit'S . either • u-ay. :\y'est., uf the
Mir-sour-i Hivei'Y?:;   (:?,-?,-      ■■■.'■ -,,;.'•"•  --;-
YjaleYchttt's ai-e;- arraiiired/to lie cbit-
';v<iiiiohv.i.i6i'kleleo:a',c«is ti)':oDn°\-ent-io'nS'df
lSationat: Kihieationat ■'A'.srtTci.aiion,^ at:
iias'ton:. iClks at Baltitnot'o';, .^'oodinen
;ic Indianapolis: Kajrles at, New?York:
Sht'inet's? at - Saratoga:': Y,KniyKts . of
''Pythias at■ -Louisville aiid Gdiiimerciai:
YTi'ayeldtw at "fndiatjaixili??1. ;?.■?■'   : f
,;.'joYoit-ean tttke!youi' choice of .Sixteen
I)itVerent RontfeY/?^\7Vite^iis>';'-We'iwill
L'hcerfiilly'o-ive^'yoti'aiyy'./lo'tailed-', itifqi'-
-aiation you \vant?/Y. ? YY? '.it ;,... -'..-■.-/,?
//'t5; H.''r'RU>iBULL. Goiiimet'cial' Agent
/,.,;/ .HH2?-Tiiit-d;St/,;:Poi'tland,/Oi'egoiiv
/and. the .j/Mo&tAy
.Ex ten's ^^mm^Ym^m^Yz
American Continent
South E!ast
Grazing and the y.,.<
Lumber Industry
I*eatures of the
District.   , ■ ■':'?'yA:A
■.-.' i ■
I  1-"
The objective1 point  from   the
iiot'th.'as well.as from   the  south
is Fort Steele.'the,reason,of this
is the -predominating  advantage
. of location over all- other points;
.'. ;tnd/mining.and commercial/conditions as they have been devel?
oped :froui day ,to. day for months:
past show, that these facts are to
■be   rea.lizedT'and .that   the'■,progress of Fort Steele   durin<r  the
??-/'//y;y y*?//Y'N o.™
■■rfXo.ile.b.ls.iii'ercby.'Bivoii'-tli'iii sixty day? iiflet
iliiij'. V ininniV' to 'iippiv to. this-pl'iief Coiiiiiils';
-sioiier :bf?Llrii(l^;,;iiiiil\Vm''l';;v^
|)iii-i;.liii.seilie i'oilowiiiK,«l(!s<-ril.iciLliui«ls:;in Kiisf
ICootoniiy.:? Coinuioneiriij! :it ;i po«t 'jiiaiituil'' on
tin., kvest linnk o.f tlio K'ooloiiay'Hivcv. opposite
Lot l^liOroup I ilCootoniiy'.District.'.:'.- iliuiicc
souII) .SOliiiiiins, tlioiico eiist'O xeliiiins?iuoi'(i, or
loss to bank of lvootoiiiiy Kiver, tlience fpllokv-
i ti yr said imnkup sii-eam. to point ri'r'.'i.-'omiiieiico.-
nient. 3-Jil acres inore or, less. ■"." '.'. ..'..
■aiJii'UHl.'.tliisSTtli of August.,I'.lOli. ,,  , '•'■.'.'■
.','!<>'■■ Y lYVTKIClv I>'.  DOLAX  v
".       ■/■:   MIXKRAki ACT.''    . \"     ,
(FOH.\i"Ki)      '     ''    , !■■■'■?   :   ''■'
'ttv:.Y: Y,':'?«'Y?-:-y-;::y;:?:?'?yy.:?-.7-.Y?y?;?-'■,'?;;■',?--.77:?-;'^^ 7Y.;YYy?-?-:v,::Y- YYYyYYY:'.::-:■&'
"jYll QLTVrOT :Y';H^y-:.-.yYY.Y.: ---:'--,?-Y:Y:Y-:?.;/-'Y:Y;7?gwY?Y'?-: :Y,t7.?Y'7.,,-:?,-??-.<.:Y'?,:-?-,-::-.7:-.,-Y.:--??v?YY? -::-''-?Y:?y:y-'Y77.-.oY:?y;'??'y-;--y-"YY:Y-'?y-y-y-Y '-W-
Ji/l0.lIluUi-,i;i'J.*iife::j:,i-&S;;!:i-?uH^ ?.^?.-Y::- :-,Yy.?'y? :- ,,:-..:■;?„-:.:■;??:,' .-??,-:-?.?..?y.:...-, .,:.:,:y,.-y- ,?7 ?,.-...:: 7??. :■;';,:
conimg yeai
ever.   ■:' ■
will be greater than
''/, A1 ioth" Fractional Mincral Claini. ■ ?.-
,!   Sit'utiie in the Fort Steele Mining Divisional-.
.Kast ICboteiuiy District.■"■' : ~'
Where located:— On Xortli Star Kill.       -
Take Xotice tliiuT. Thos. 'I'. MoVittie. F. M.
C.. Xo'.' H.THl-H.' agent .for Thos. T. ■ Jlc Vi tt ie. l'\
MVC.^.Xp. H.iS14-l-Heni-y Kller. ,F.M.C.'. Xo.
B.4.'te^--Diivid Xokvell. Free Minei^s Ccrtlliciitc
.Xo. l.i.rs.lril. imonil.. sixty, dnys from tlie dale
hereof, .to apply, to tlie.Mining Kecorderfor.a
Certitienteof Iniprovemeiits/fdrtlic purpose of,
oblaining a .Crown Grant of ihe liliove claim.
And fiirtlier'take notice that netioiy under
.section UT, nuistiie comiiienced l.iefore the issu-
aiice of such Certiticate.of Improvements. Y.'Y'
Dated this' ISthVlay of'Aiifjnst. A.D.. 190H.
'■«■?..--.. ■«    THOS. T.jM'cVIT'l'JK.
-.: ... , ^     ( .    i- ,.. ' ■   .    i.i,     ' {
i\|^p|y to
Townsit^ Office;
(  FORM ?!•'. )
The- pessimist, who say.s tliat
lie, does'- not .beliovo that' the
Kopteilay, Central /raihvay will
be 'built 'should put: himself' :n
.'communication with the executive department of'the Kootenay
Central Railway. Company.
WYVX'J'LH    S,K\ivi;.AI
of   (■liarai'-Li'ir and   li'h'.mI
each stat i- i iiiiu i'u th'
In   ri:|)k'i.'s>'iit 'ami-  :ti
lisiit-d  vvi-ait il v Liiri il
t'.-tiiititt ion   in
,u,'it v v*:ntnii-i■«'
!Y.-' 'OltL.;7t;ili-
II ilir-r     Of''   Mil it'i
iiiiaiu.'iiiL stand iii.t-'. ', .^aia.i'.'k. ■i'L'Liiii
u'i-t:lcly - wit li i..vj'ii-i'...-c'- mil,!;!,iiti:al. ail
|iay,'i',li|(' in ca.-ili di'i-ft-! ciu-li W'l-din,: —
.day I'rti'ni , 111-:i.< 1 Yt'iii-t:-.. /ildi--..-: :ui'i
..cai'riao-i'- I hi'.'i Yii.'ii w li.-n nfr"7sii.r.\'.
I Jcl'irrci'ic.' .. l:-,in:l.i~.- ' .-...If-adil i-cs.-i-d
en V!'l(i|H'.:     (.'t'lliiii i;i I ('ii.-. :!.'!!    I li-ai'ltiiri;
St.. < 'ii lY.'i:.''!). , -     -
No 1. 11 -1 -. i -. Ii.-r.-l.y i';iki-n Him -.i-.!.' il.i.v- afici
.lai(,k I inl.'ii.l tn iiij-plk I., th.. I'liicf i 'oiiiiiiK.-iiiii
.-r ..I' I ,;iii.I-. Mini \\'..rl;-: l'..i |..-.-:,-,. ^-it.rY l<. j.ur
i:Iuiki- III'- Iiillokki.n; .!.--,-! !I..-.I 1.iiii.'7 ill I7H-I
K'ih.1i'1i:i > * '. i :u n i<- r i. i ti:-. :i l' :i |'r.--( [.latil'-'l al
!li<' iii'iiiiili 1.1' ,i -I..II,- h mm (li..  ..•it-.l   Yd.'   "f  ill.-
Ik'i...l.-:,.-i-. I.'lk .-i ,i:n| ;i:--!:hIiii:Y .. li -lln' inlands
hi 1 l,r K',.i.l.'li-i \- li \-.-; lii.rlh iif.-.-i:'.l [-..<t ,.|i|.ii-
■;i It-a ii. ! :i.i i.n-.-i.i I.,:,,1 5.':: ,; :-.,it |.   1   Kixit.-iiny
Distrii'!.  II.'" iu'li". "I. I   !•■-■
n.llril 1 hi.-, I'il.li tiny < ■! .--• I >l..
:;:' .11' li.Si IN  I:. I.AXCbKV.    .
Owen Sound J Joy ■Praction Mineral ■'.'.
:     '.-. ■    ...      .  .Claim. :■■    . '
Siiiiut,. ip the' Fori Steele Miniii" Division of
Kast Kooi.-nay District.
Vyiii-n.' located:-On Sullivan Mill.
Tiike Xolice that 1. .lames A. Harvey, Free
Miner's ('..Tliileale No. l'..c.(Kii'l. actini,'' for myself and as nifciit for HelenV. Ksiinerc,-l-'ra'c
Millet's (..'erliIleale Xo. .'trill ir. inlcnd sixty
days from tliLiln'te liereof. (o apply to tlie .Mill'-'
i'li^'Kccrirdi'1!' for a ('erlilicate.pl' Improvements
foe tin-.purpose of oliliiinini; a Orokvii Orant ol
tie- aliov.- (-in I in. '       ,
-Yiid. fui-ilier lake npiiee linn, action,'inider
te.-tloii :',,",. must in.- '•oiiiiiieiice:! Iieforcthc issuance of i-.iji-Ii („'.>rillieiile of liii|irok'i-mi;nts.
Iiaii-d this KIM. di'y of .Inly, A. I)., I'.HI.'t.
:'~" - .1. a'. ilmcvk.v.
;>ijn'i..kaij a«.:t.
O'l'I'M  I'"-)
iiwrriric.k-i'i: • ■ »-■ imi'iiuvkmi-Jnts.
Headauarters   for   Mining   and   Commercial   Men
NOTICE.  '    .
Luld I!y^ Ki-,'.i.(-i,i<iii .\-d. J MiiKM-nl (Mitiui
'Sll.uaP. hi III,-'Fori SI.-.-l- Miniiir nl vision el
Knsl Ikoot'iiuiy lilsulcl.
Where ioe.-ilt-il: (in North S.tii i' lllll."
Tnke Xtillci-l,hal I. .lames A. Iliu-voy. Free
Mini-r's .(■••riineiiif No, n. i;iic,-.':i'. ;n;enl. for
Knt'fiie It. liiailen, Free .Miner's Ocitllieiite No
l'l.iV»--JI. imeiitl. sixty ihivs fnun ihe Oiile hereof
10 iippli lo the Minim. Itf.-ortler f,;r a Cerlill-
,:ile tif Iniproyemi'iiis. for Die pnrpese ;i.f lili-
!iiinim; a Crt.kvn cram or iheal.i.Vf clniin.
An.d fiii-ih'-i luke uoiiee Unit action, under
Seel it ni :i;, must, lie commenced liefme the issn-
■ niee of such (.'eilitleaie of Improvements.
I laled Ihis :il st ilny ni July. AH., iiio.i.
. '■'-"' J. A. HAItVKI'.
ly JL>o V^«
Large   Sample    Rooms   for    Commercial   Men. TlTR PROSPECTOR, PORT STEELE, B. 0, OCTOHVAl  l-9f-8-  i  k  I  I  m  I  .-.���?."'...'".'bWENy.THEHMOIVIE.TEH;-    N O "���' BA D ���LUiir'."   BA K 1 K G   DAYS.-  Tkveuly degrees difference in the lenipcratureof an'oven issufljci'euf to make  ���'' Good iuck :?or',' Bad Lack '.' in bakingmany kinds of food.?     :, . (:;   -.,.      ':  TheYli'eat ,iii:; tlic oveii  of a raiige'not fitted with a thermometer, or .worse,  ��� fitted   with a' poor    instrument,' will    easily, vary   twenty   degree's���result, is?  uiipalata'hle.'tairiied or? half-baked food; a cross cook and a disappointed family at:  meal  time." Y ���������    ,   Y':?.' 'v ".'YY'/.?.'?" ..;   ,.-:Y:7:.:..;; /./; :??;"?,"?-??   ..?���'''Yi'? ���:.."'',:'. '  Thermometer fitted in oven door of  ".Pandora1"  range' lias .been ; a/proven'.  success for fifteen years, and every Instrument is carefully'hdjusted, and tested by  heat, before sendiiiy:oul7/flie,first, best and only thermoineler'-whicli i, of any ical  value to those who do baking. ?Y ' ?,: ?    /,"     i^,-    '?',.;   ���������'���',  -Y? ."il'andora,',' range is handsome ..economical on fuel and:a perfect .baker.  /.-.-  ;    Sold by all enterprising dc-deit,    Booklet free.  McCIa  ^     London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. John, N. B.  w  '  ji  " "   r '���"  ���\ 11 lii'fi"    ' *"i i:��f * ni����iij|  1  fitto tyto&pzci&x:  -LvrmiDAY, octokku i;  IKK! ..:���  War Game at Fort Riley  C,mtimied 1mm I  Ok la : Niohr;  Noh.:    Lo��aii.  I.  NQTICE,  'lil'lei'" "  r:i   iind Robinson.  Colo..   D. A. Iiii-,  sol  W  yo .   Doniilas, Utah: Snol-  linii-, Minn ; Lincoln, N \J  M,\''r, V;l, Kooxiih, Akuihinn  und Jollur.son Hnrnick's, Mo  Hosidcs tho romil.ir Hoops  there will b<> an tinny ol' milieu  al ajuiird present, ns follows  Kansas, one brigade, consisting  of two n\aimenlsoi inlant ry and  two, batteries ol Held artillery:  Missouri. Iowa ' Nebraska and  Arlciin'sa>. one regimonl of m-  1'antry each: Colorado, one ha1-  lalion ol itilaiitiy. a signal corps  ol about sixty men.  Tho woik ol   osiablishinn   the  camp wss practically   completed  today.    Tho camp  extends   so\  er.il    miles   aloiiii    the    K'ans.is  river     Tho silo is  well   drained  and   there   exists    a     plpiilii.nl  supply ol puro water.   The work  of   reeding   tho ariny during the  thiiteon   days   is   in   charge   oi'  Captain A. lYl.   Davis,   tho   co'm:  missary of tho departinent ol'the  Missouri.     A depot   tioinniissary  -has been put up near the  camp,  where   till    articles   which    tho  troops   may-need   may   bo   purchased.        Arraiigemonts     have  been  perfected   to   supply    tho  troops    with   fresh   beef,    fresh  vegetables and fresh bread every  day while they are encamped on  the reservation.'    The supply of  bread will come from   Ihe  army  bakery al Port liiley which   will  b'e operated night and   day   during the next two week.  /Sixty   (Liy/tY  ::i|>plyY'}.��;:-t,!ic;- '.C.lij.'ci  Lands; iinil? Works  l(ii'i;(!huse.;.t;:.lf6'f loi.Ifity  iii.So'iftliM^t^t; ivop't  a t:?ii/; i)i >sL ?p,l; 11 i tpi I,,  the ;YK(Wi';<jp;i^Y'/tri.\-et  G gi'il <i ii 'aY/noi-tlnves ly  d awn.: ,s 11 'oti'i'i i' . it I op o-/  ..sJoiio\h:wlijcii:^  ilfy cif Lot 'J5S;" lilicikreYeiist/- imtl Yikii-1 h-  Ay(/&l..itl(iiig/saul?7!lolio-lv;-t(i/poiiil.'or' -coin-;  iiioii('i;iiieiitv.:('i'iiyi,ii,iiji.iio/?|()  tii-ros/ 'tnuro  or/less;.?' OtiLi(Ll)life,,(^!,]i;:(l;iyjji?Aii^iisiv,  IllOitYY Ay' ?YY j.;:; j)/;'(\Q\\;i$xiYk,<:-?&'?  ���''-.dat(.;Y-li/iiit:eiid;io  i"? (Yoiiiinissititioi-' .'of-  1 ?l-<:ii'Zpci.'in:issiom?t,o  ing/VioHqi'i lied :?l;iihl  ^in^-.::/,Go'niiiHyiiciii"-:  v>ii i?fi<;/<^?ist?l>ttnJ< <jr  ? mitrlct'it-Y;;!;. /dX!  /ciii'iHnvv.'iliciiw  tid'-'baiilc;''':Li?tli,:  Applications  for.Timber  Licenses.  t'l.y nivcu Hint, thirty iluy>,afie'  I". apply  to  theChief Co.hinis-  tls iind'Worl.-sfo'r a special License  cry .'i.kk'iiy Lijnlier l'ri.ini   the  follpkk-  liiinl, sitiiatctl   in thi;   Xoi'lIicVii  .-���l K'oolenay I'istr.ici, vir..;  f. ('i.ii'init-iieiii^ atYii jiost, plniited.one mile  tt'ir.st (if While Kivi-i iiij'ii alaiiii, thirteen inilc.-i  from Us juiii'tion ivitii , ihe'Kootcnay Ik'iver.  tht.iic sii eliiiins nori.h'. iheni-tr'iXii trhninseasl.  thelieu .711 riii-Mii.-, stiuUi. Iheni.-e Sii eiiaios kk'esl  io-'poiiit ..'of coiniiiirnceiiienf. Y,.. Y. .!?.:..- ...'���".'.!"';"  ;   ,: laicaii-il I.'iLh (lay/.i'f Seiii. l'.io.l,/     /,.  ; ;'-"/Y,,'.:.7 ������ i.-?A;,i'i.;i';Lv.;.-.'  ,('iiinineiiejni,',iu. a jiost kvest of aiid adjdin-  I--.  A.   t'elly'sYelaini,''mi'irke'd-.���,,A.-.'���ii,//ji'll--'  niicirsY^ouiiieiiso (.-(.iriier' |iost. tlience iionh  .7ti ehaiiis.  tlience kk'esl Sii ehaiii.s. liience soi.ili  ���'.Kfi; chains,   tlience .east fiO'cliains-, lo: point Of  e,.iiiiiifticehieni,.    I.oi-aled l.-tili liay'-oi'SelilYl'.o;)  ?���// ,'  ������;���:' ' '??.-'-:���': ,.'. Ai ii. McCOlLucii/ '���  ���'..:!.. (,'iiinirieiicini.'fu. a'.post ^ve.st ,and; aiijoiif-  intj'.A. . II. .\le(.'.il Inch's rcliiiiri."', inarlicil. J nines  Dicl.'sim.'.s soiiihenst eii'riier i>osi. iheiice noi tli  .Sii ''chains, Uicnee wesi-S'il chains, thence, smith,  rlf;chain's.-tlii-ncu easl .socljniiis lo.point ol coin-  iiiirnci-iiieni. ,: Liieait;il irali.ila.v of Sept;. It��!?::  :' --i'   '.'������}'������;������������;J'*   V'   .lAAlKSM'il^KisONS .  ; :l.' , (.'oiiiiiieiieinj,' lit, a , jiost /south of anVi'ad-  joiiiinj.' .hi?hcs*l.)ickson's claim ih'iirked;'.).(.'.  Ilird's iitiriin/astciirni.-r, post - tlience south ?s()  chains';, 1 hini-A.;. kk'esl SO .eliiiins, Ihenec norl h S.i  ''chains, ihi-nce east Sii' ehains ,lo poind ofConi-  inencc'nieiit;   , liui-aii'dini li day of Sept.. liKHI.���'.'���'.]'  /,/-/;-?/Y/ .:������������.-Yr'Yy,:/. ?��� '���'/:. ;?i?'o. 'iii.iii):���.;','.";  ?, .��,-.��� Cothiiicncinyai.a 'jiost casi nl'iiinliKlj-.i u-  jng:i/(:;?llird's ;eliifih/:?iii:i;ilct.il. If:'. S? l'''Uy's'  niirthkk'i'sL/.(ii-nci-iijslj,, llii'ii(-(. souili.'.so chains  theneY Cast. SO ellaiiii.? iheiice iiorlh'sn eliiiins.  I hence"\Vcsi, -.Sii chiiiiis?:to, pdin't. of commence-;  hieiiiv j/i:icat/;il,lftllli,tliiy (il-Sept,. Itiliri ? ���;":'������',';?-.'.:  ���^���f^YYrr-Y' ?rf:Y?:~=#^lv?:S^I-'iEHl?Vf  ihcnee kvi-sl I'll) ehains lo  point' ol'. common .-i' -  ine'iii.    Located i'.ith tiny of S:.pt, ItKKI. -.''  Y (;'. 'I It :X-T  -.'I. (.���oiiiiiiencinj.: nt "ii.- post . one-lia l.f, mile  south of (.:. IlnntV claini iniii-ltediM. C. '.ilniH's  soiithkvcst; corner post thcni-e, north 40 chains,  thenee,east ItKi i'-lmiiis. ihciico -soutli ,-l(| I'lia.ins.  thence, mwt Hill chains to' jioliit"iii- coiniiiciice-  mentY.,, Locaiffdl'.iih (Jay of Sept:, ]'.!(��?     '    ,  ?-:y/,-': ,..:  .,,:���: ;���-   .  --,��� -?," "M..c..'HLTN;r"'  pi..'--,Commencing1 at a post one-half ;.iiii.i'c.  siMith.or.M.. O. Ilnnt's claiiiK riinrked 0,'���(::���  Ruse's soiithkvirs!..corner po'sl. thenciY north -l.l|-  '/.���hiiiris.' theiiee cast. Kin chains, theiiee soiilh ,,-1(1  chains, th'chcc'ivcsf li',0, cliains to point of coin-,  inenceiiieiir..   ' Lock ted i'.ith (lay of Seiit.. IfKirl. '  - -YY ';;/'������/'. /(   .'./ '.-y^'':. ��� /..'.-'ci.'e^ kosk''"-  ,v -^.YCdmhtenein^.'iii/ a; post' one-hiilf niilir  Sfttitli of (j.;^,iiose:s claim .laiirUed^TT/Yri net's  souihweslci-irner post, iheiice uortli to/cliuins,;  iheiice easl mil t'liainsitiieiice Smith .40 chains,  thence ivesi,, ,lfi(i' cliains to po^nt ofCoai-  iiienceiiicni. Located-19th day of Sept, llliw'.  ��� . ,:/',?''-'/ ";"'''"'/;:' ,';/ - <y "??(���;; HUXM'''  ;M. t.'oiniiiciiciii!,' ,'at a post, one-half, iiiile  soiilh of o. 11iiiit'.s eliiini 'niarked M. C?hi'Ito:i',s  soiitlikk-i.-ir. (.'iirrier pristr.thence norlh/l(i chains,  tlience eiullitOehaiiisi. tlience south til ehains  tlience kk'cst l,lli.i ciiains id point of coniiiieilcir-  ii|ent?. ' Located-lliili iii|y;df SejiL/llKK. i  *::,:���.'������,?','"' <Y '"��� ''?" '7���7''^'Y-Y   ,., AJ. C1IJ l/l'OX  '-  ...2r.'." OdmhiciiciiiK 'it a post sonll'i of and ad-  joiiiini; Al. Ohilton'S? ehiiin, iniirked \\? :'. U.  Oh 11 ton's'iio'rt li'ivc'Kl coriici' post? theiiee soiilh  -til ehains.-lheiKC'east Itin ehains.'tiieneo norlli  ���In, (rliiiiiis, ihenec .west H'.o chains to poin.lof  coniinciiccincnt. . . m- ��� ; . : '..':V Y  -.talented '.ltn.li iln'j-' iif Sept.. HUM. .- '...,.' .  '/'-YY   :??:   ?/YV??.;:..-':- \v. -li.'OI IILTOX  ��� ���ran���r^���i-ili ����� r--"-~���ffri���"'-ft.rr��� -���71"i  (,'  l'niiicnciiip , :  ��olll.l!,,,Vfs|, ci  11 en lv  t'haiiis. ,. I i i. r:,. * * -  '.vooii's locaflo'ii  kk'iYtsu c'liains to y  Loirllleil. i-Tth it Ji v  /' -'?YYY'Y.:-' ,/,-;NOTlCE?,'.;,,.,7,o/'   .?,;?/,  ;- Xolice. is lierehy Kivenihatlio'daysafier date I  jOinildCote intend to apply to the' Chief' Coiii-'  nil>aioii(liL0X-Liiiiil.S-iiiiiLUf_or.l;s_iiii(Ui.ho���,\ssi.s.:  ? YjV/Yjniin,.: io.? i,epi'eSeiit;Y:./'C/i;:N7\':if^'-s'  ;'l,,oi''l..:S.|.'Ct;ji(|| /tiiic'l ���:' Siii't;otiri(liiiy? /Yotititpy,  .ni/d/ti'Uke t>i'(lei'fi-|'(iiv;Y ,/y //// "/'/.*>/Y/;/r  Iii?.Fruit./Tre'esv.-'s'm^  '//"Ymental.SlirubsJYRosiJs.YYines^  iA'Yi^ Y/^Secd:;PotafedsiY&cYi,:',?/:YYYY  .'���'^.'Sti'tii'ili'.i-l'.rii  -Lise/ScitlQ.'  TilC'/iMo-l)'|>ii|.['|-V;(iiV  .?niSsiqii?^?.??//?: .:���'-:. ? ���<;"���������   .,���'-������,./ .y.,Ci.?-.  ?".'?;;-2 S torie ������'. fi:'Y.W e Iii n g tori i;  '.���.'.'��� W.i iiFQKTl'O^A:'s.uRSKi\  ���:���'��������� Y?Y, ��� Y~YY/ O k'o i.{. SOl/ A c-rtrs'. :;  toh6nto,yy--Y;.'���'.,- -Y ���-.  Lrtiiiiiit^fmiPl'i'ijol'i'iiiifSaii;  /XYpCi'initnciiVi? position vl'oL  ilnioi''naj^n'y;YiiijiMi|ii-;  IKS'-  ONTARIO  TICKETS;  ���I'O    \XII   |.'l,'0\!   ALL /;  Points East  vi-A  Great  No  nnern  Short   i^ii-ie  ;?(l.? ?Ooiiiiii(i.iitdii'j,''. at-Yii.::;post easl'Ol-.: aiijl :i(l-  jpining It. fj..l'cll.v)s,c!iiiiit niariccil isi:'l.iY'Snd.-  diibk-'s nortlnk'osi.V-'V.orii'er 'post 'theiiee souiii ij'd  cliains; tiiciii'C'easf SO cliains, IhCuCc��� iiiirlli'Sti  chiiiiis; tiiclicc ..west SO ehaiiis to poiiit .of. cohi-  inciieenient..: Ldciite/l lrilli/day of Sclit., liin:!.: :.-..  YYYY'YYY YiY/Y?:;:Y?YY Y  ?.;7,;;.;06iiiiii(;iiciii|f;iit a -'post easi'of iind aiijoiii-;  .inK-;N;-/K.'"'.s,iiVuraii.v\s'-.<!iiiiifi,1-i^  port invest' corner post, tli eiic.bY south 'SO-eluiins;  tli'eni'o; iriist Sl)Vehiiin:s/tii'enc&; iiorth HO ciiii.iiis?  'tlience kvc'st SO chiiiiis to?iioint'of''���eoiniiience-:  :nicn'tY'-l7nciUu<yntl'!^  ':'7/;':;-Y://-/''/,,?YYiYY/?"''??Y':;::rY:Y.-Yi  j.S:  "CoininenciiiK-Jit- ii post dne.inile-soil th. of.  II...S.�� Pelly's  <'lii,iiii.,iiiarlcedY\v.'/T.!  llealj;-t;';  sdutlioasl   iroriief cni'tioi'.- post, thence ..north  eighty /(lieiris;;'.thenee   west'; oiulityYchiiins.  thenee soiiih LM^dit.v:c,liiiiiis:?th(;iicc cast. ciKhty,  eliiiins to; yiol nt "of coninio nceinuii'i ? ': ��� ��� \/ Y;';/?  Y'Ldcaied liifiiYiitynr Stip(?!v:lii<>:t.//Y Y; '.:.Y;   Yi:-;  ''//?..;?d//Y'?':'Y"/?:;'/ ?/���:'",-';.,;���.,''W-.Llii'iA.Ly?;  ' !i.   eoinnieneinj.' al a post east of null .uil'joiii-  /I'lVfV,\\Y-d','ileiii>--s;(;iuiiii..:iiiiii-lred G. S^ -PeUy's  .stViiihkk-est' ein'iier/ljo.st   I lieaice "iiorth'eighty  eliaiiisitfhclieyv easl? eighiy-,,. ciiains, ;��� thenee  sbiitii ciylity (liiiins,':ihence)\k-esi.ei};iity''.(ilinirisi  to point of comiiieiiceiiicnt.'; Y !?,?...;.  -; ���;,'/ -' - ...  :?;'Loiinii'jil iailt day of ScptY'itiil:t."/i/v-' '^''-' /'��� ���.''  'Y'?'/ '���: -S''"!-1?-*':'.'---/,, 7/ /''���/Y^/'-'YijCt.'S.^KLLy.//  ill.; .Coinineiiciii^lit iYpostsoiillY^fi'ltnd adr;  joiiiiii^ ,'Cl YSY Polly's;;:cliitiii?;iniii-lcctjY\V'.:?l*;'  Ifoirsicy.ii.Or.ilikvcs  eiglity.'<ilii.illis. tlioncocast ci^diiychiiiiis. tlienec/  iiioi'tli-'eifthiy, cli!iin.s\ithenco.\vcstYeif,'iily chiiiiis;  to pbiht/bf coininencemeiiLY?'1?:??7????,-// ;ii?  .YLqcateii.latli-.jliiy: of;Sopi':,. Mlfti.Y-'YY?/:/?-;'//;/  /7f/?Y;.Y';^Y:??'Y.Y?;Y?YS?7^  ,;',-.'I.l.   .Coinnicnc.iiif.'Aiii: :'v post kk-cst dfiind'.-ii'il-  joininjt?\\'.; -,!'?? I'lrii'slby"s1-cliiiitr?' iiiii rk'ijil*M :  li ird's^nortli oa's t?coniei'Ytl"(ilii:es; soil tli; eighty'  chiiiiis.'.tlieinrc west cisriit.y chains, tiipnee north  eighty cliaiiisiv -theiiee cast/eighty, clmiiis   to  lioint of. ('onnuonceiiieiit'.,?;,:��� ?   : .; ', Y  '? ���'?  vLoi'iUcd ioth day otfeirpty.iinte  ;//.?Y:/-/?//  ;?/:,;;.7:/-77/7/?/:.'^/''/-,,?/���-���'���''Y'';?Y/M.:lli'itn?  lrl.   ('oiniiieiiciiiK'aiii, post ilirco liiiles north  lilYI'? ,A. t'olly's. 'claini.  iiiarlki'd  . I nines.Dick-  ,soii's,   n<ii:th(.'ast;     coi'n'c.i'   post, .tlience..Soiltli  eiglity.; chain's,   thence -,'wcs t'.oiglity', ''chiiins,  thenee north eiglity '('���liains/tiienirc'cast eighty  chai nslopbi nt of co'iiimoiittciiiont.-*. -.'./���''     ? .'.'���'.,���''"-'  /Located irth'day'ol'Sopt.. lliilll.   ..?';���    ���?',,  Y'  ' ���.������'"; ���'-.'.. .; /   Y 7?,// .TAJIKS OieksONS:  ���: 111.'.: Oomnioiiciiignl a post norlli.1 of 'anil "iul-  joi.ning .lames Dicksouls (rl-.iinu niarked iM./.Mc-  Dciimlil's'.soiithcii'st curlier   post, thence norlli'  eighty,   chains.'; 'Ihoiice Yvcst .eighty,, ehaiiis,  iliciice so.nth eighty cliains: thejice. .easleighty  chains'lo'poiiit.cbinmeni'einctii: ���" -.���',!        ?'7 ?  ; Located (T'lii.da.v nf, August', 100:5.,' Y '     /',"..[  ,���'���'. .:'���., '.'/:/; ?;:,?/; .,-��� . ,;m. Mii'liKlJAIip';',./"'-,  ==11.   Commencing at a post oiie miic uortli of  M. Jl'cDcrniid\s clnini, liiurked .' li. ���;.li.   Ilird'.s  northeib.sf/cqi'iict' -libst,   thence.^^soiith .eighty  litiit. C.'miiiiiissioneivof Liiiids iind Wi.irlcs'fqr the,  district of Mast Kob'teniiy foi' nliceiise to''prii's-  pect i'or Glial a nil; I'ctriileii'ni. on ,,tiic.: following  <l< suilicd   lands:     SitiiHtc1! Ibtir  niiles cast of  Aknini mis Crce It an/I oho mile north of Ihe lutein ilion.il Uoundar.v Line in tliesoiith eastern  'portion of- Kasf Ivooieiiny'distTict... ', Oomnienc-'  at a  post   planted' about; two..niiles "'eiist.'of  Thomas G  Xeyvmn'ii's cliiiin4 Ijeing lliiV,initial  post and in irked Kin Me C.iito's  north kvest cor,:  nei post iheiice'sonlli SO^liains/llienc-ceast SO  < li nns  lhenceiiiortli S0,c|iiiiiis.ihenco:::W<:s,i  SO  i Inn lis i,i  place ,of lieginniiigi, coirtainiiig 'tl-IO  ii< les inoic or lbss:7 ^-( 'Y., ,  ? 'y?? ;?      ';;Y-;;,  . ?  Lo< nod sept: iliiL;ifili:i?Y'-7"7f7?7':/'?;?:-?  ./-,:,���'.;''?/ KMrLiO'CO'I'lC/ Locator Y? ���  Y;-/ ������������ Y1'.///ilblinT..liliirf.'AgetitY  -Coinnieiicing at. a  post    planted.'���������:' nbrtli^bf:  being tho initial post ifdjncent to l'linilb Cote's  i hum and tnai'lced Ilcnery  Foster's  soiilhwjst,  ( oi ml i |>o--t,tluiiice east ,SU chiiiiis, tliehconortlii  SO ( hums  llurnce west SII chains.': flicnec, south,  so (li uns to t'he.'placc of beginning cbniaining  (ill) ii ks inqi-e or lessY.! YN'  Y:' Y  Y Y   !v ��� :  LotiKd Sepi. llth. IIIOM. ?YY   ''   ( ?    Y- '_.':':.���������  :'���.''���'. n MNK RY: FOSTE.IL. Loi'ii I or  V> /,,?/;, Y/YY.rohn/T. llluff/Agent,. Y  I   a    post 'iiiarl.'cd    W   ''!  rncr pc^i.thcrice', ironli s'  ist  so. .���liiiiio- i./j.lO, \y;..' llazlt:  la���:v' si.nii.li so i-ii'iiinY.   thcii.:-:  'ot of t.'Oinm'cnceii.,-���.'!!.  (.A'-i'g'ns-t. I'."):.!. .-���-..   '  ..-"       a '.  '"'���": "':' .. ,,.-.'"    W-'l?, II.'KALY.   . ;  ,/',.    . -   in. a. . '.'.', ''-.. - .; ���' ;:  T. Coinniencing at' a. post marl;eci '(..'; S.  I'elJy-'s' soiuheiisi corner jiosf ���ad.ioim'ijg.N': K.  Sud'lnoy.'s '.loviition .'thc'riec'.lio.rth SO cluiiiij.  tlience. v.-fsi -sn'i.li'ii ins?��1 i ��� ���rice soijtlj '��� St? c;ia!n--.  llicnee ..'.list SO, trhnins, to '���'point,of: coniinent,.,.-  mirnt?   Lo'eati.tl, i fIB (liiy of August, "ijibli.  ' ��� ,'���'      -   ://.    YY .'"7 ?'(::;:.s. piclly.,,- .,  S: . OommerirL'ig at ,.;'i','��� posi. niarke.-i, .i'-? .'.v.  Pollys siintheiist.corner.post adioiniiig.. C'. s;,  1'elly's.lp'(.',��.t,i(iii.;th('iH-e nori.h S0,cha,ins,- thcY'.-e  Vest sii chains, thenee-s.o'utli So cjiliins; llibnci:;.  easl'SO chains', to poiiit nfirommCnceuieiu.  . '������'  ��� "Located'Kill .lay oi'/.'7' Yi-: V;."-:'l.-'-,'/'y,  '"''���"    '   ,':   Y:'".''.-'' .���}..' .'"   .I-'-.A/Pi/LLY:.  it ���f.'oini'nenciii!; in" ii post inark/Hl 1.'. S.  i'cllv's sontheas!.corner- posl tii)jiiiiiing.,.','l-\r A.  Polly's -locution ihcnee north so' chains, tliericr  west Si:chains, fli.-nci'.soiilli siicliaiiis.' thence'  cast so chains topoiiit of cointnenci^ineiit. ' -,,  .���Located lit.h.diiy of August. f'.M!,'l. ���'���; -.  .'.',.. .-, .-' "-?':''? .. '''   ���'..���.'. ..i;.S'. I'KLLY.'  :.'  ��� ������'.,.' '-?--.? ':��� '' ��� ]Y- A-Y,'.:'.'' ''-' '.:'/ - ���",:,..  , 10. Coin|iici;cing ala post nil the West, s'di.'  of Ihe'lkToiilcniiy'liiver opposiic N*. ���K/.Snd-  dahy's son th kvesl,.corn(;r marked \\r. -flt.i: ili.:s-  ley's'iion-henst ciiriler po.?,! ihctH't.r.-soiilh,: s;i  chiiins.,ihirncov.-csi so eliiiins. thenee north,, si  eliitins. Ihcnee ( a^l SO chains 'to i.oinf-.'Oi' c'.in-  nicui'tiineni'.,: Locaurll isi.liday ol"Atigiisi;,ti";:i.a  Y/:-;/-://?-?   '���'������?'.���' '-'���'. :,.: \V. ,!>:��� liQKS 1710 S", ,/?  ,',t|. .,f:miiin'(.niriiig-..it?a i'ios.t''inarl;(r(i",1. Il./^lc-  Aliilliji's'noi-ilikviisl'iairUk'i' iaist thcfi'ci; siou,lli;-s '  liliii i.iis.', t'-iiclici; (ra'cl SOchainS fo \V. I'llorsieys  location Iheiice noi'l'h Sn'cliains, thence nest ,-0  chains to .lioint of coiiinKriicementY ?,':  _^L'ic.Lttalj^t.Ii dH-V-pEaiiiir.iisiJ,ioo:t7-rrt-Y=~i=^  .'i-'lst A(igilr>l���l!'0;t  riniiiogaud (-(.ijtajiiiii^;  iiayiiei' V.'. .IIii:'io:i. L.'.catOj'  ' .lajncs l''iSlier. Agyti'.  .,- Notice, is iicroUy gik'cr, that tiiirly .d.-i.ys al/c'r'  date 1 in'U'ii'l to apply to tiicCniief'Coiiioissit.n.  ;ci' o(- Land iiiid Works aiid tlur.Asfis'ti'iiu Coin-,'  fnissic.-iler of Lninls and AVork.s,  tor. r. .Licence;  to lnospect for.Caul and i'.-tioleiun  on ihe fol-  1oivin'g;descrii..e.llaiid. situate'.'on  the-.Jlitciiie ���  traii one-half mile north'pif Coul'lt'c:.- ci't-.-kaiid  lying'l"-'tv.-f.'c;i;i'.-f.i'i;?\!..::!:d:���;!:<��� ,/l,,C- Soni/ieni' '  Hoserve in- the scceieasi portitin (if Ka-st Ki:ioi.e-  iiny-Diritricl. Hri(isii C-61uiijl)'i/-./:  ?     -/���   /?  :f.;?CoraineWcln,<r at a  post planted   on  'Yin/  Hiicl'iic triiilYiie-hiili/niiNr nor'h70f.:;i"oiiW]'i;y;  creek?. (iiirlY t.)\-b,  inileS lu,: ill/.Cf   the luter-Y  ���nationa I hou'iid.-i'vy. .ljwiig'iii'u'ia'] 'post'Yiujuceat  to the noriiii'ras;!. corni.'Y'oT/^eorge JI.-'Oi'cUsbn"i-"'  claini./iiieni/e uortii so chains'? ihence  chains, thence soiuh.Ml chains!' thence  'feliitilitto tiie place of oegiinyiii.' and i  (Mo at  st; 30"  -,v,-i-st SO  Vriuil.nlhjr ���  res.  Sgd.i::.!  rilsl August .'ISOU.  Xoi.iee i  !.h-].t:'l.liiii iii ton'. Locator  Jmiiu/s' t'isherj-Ajrent  '?//,/,?y?'.?y"'?/ y/notice: 'y/ ;��� y'YY,':YY-:.  , /Sixty, /lays a ft or ila'te Ytlie' iinilorsigiiedYin?,  tends tb'ap'plyyip?.tlics''.OJiiefvCoiii.uiis.sioti.crVol  Lands aiid Wpi les iit?VicioriaY;HYc:.:? roiv]iCi'r  iiiisisioii'to'-purcliasel he-fbl lowing (le.sci'ihcil  htnd:in;S<iuth?Kiistlvoolcniiy:;;,hegiinii'ng: -iii.-iif:  pbsl/plantcd at the, iibri lieiV.st coriior bfl'ait, .\To.  -.^{jii.'-Crrou'p '���. i-.- ."tliuii'cO/.'s.dii't-li'' '*i0'".<:liiilnsi;to7't:iio!  "northwest corner:bf Lbt'XO.:'l!i(irvthbncb;easi. :!S'  cli'aiiis^tollie' -.'right!'of,, .w:iy.-,6f.:'Uio:!Oi:b>v-s;''Xo.sl.  ��� Pass linilwiiyY theiiee 1'bllbwiiig''tlie:' right'.of  ���way of.siii(l;'rai:iv,'iiy. to. tlidiiiace,; of'riieginning,;  ebiHiiining/lstijii^e^jiioro/irJcsS,, : i&'Y<.\..-Y....:.&it  //i)nled'^-tt'lrSeptoiiiher. l'liiiil. Y,Y-v:-?/? /?:??7  /'������*''',il.',-:'',S''-..--i:!.C'-'!!Y  - ���': :mm';A^QjiCE^i:.yyy'Y'[ :' ;.:,'���'���>!  .v'.Sfxij-'-VliiS-s-.iiftc'rV.d'iite'' iliia/iiifiicrsiyiiiiU'' iii-;  teiul,'io?iip'ply;. to".the Ciiicf, Oommlssioiier (ir  Liiiids��and Works tit'. V.icini'iii,;' l,t; 6."..for.pcr-  iiiissioii- to- piirchiiso; the foUpwing (lesci'ilied  liihd'i'n South lOnst; ICooteiiiiy; beginning nf a..  post plniitoil at the nortlieasi corner of l.ot.Xb.  IIII tl.. thence running 10 chiiins i'o the southeast  corner of Lot- Xo. illiiit;' tlieiico norlli: SO .chiiins  to,the|iiorlheast corner \;>f Lot Xp. llioii, .thence  along the right of way or the Crow's Xest, Pass  ik'nilwily to the place of beginning, containing  ITS acres more.or less. ., '  Dat,ed?;itli:Sept(iinber,'i!io:t.   'Y'?'.;  '���id;/?." ::������?:, ./:.:?-.     ,/?.OLOF LUXU.  --���"...'.   '.? Y-f'''".'Y'.j. Y :-l-!|f-I,I."M"LLiX/'?:,  ��� i: 12. Ooiiiinoncing at:i ruisCniiirked |.:;'jVI. ,'.!t^  Mil 1 Iiii's si In lh'\k-estvi.oriKrr 'post, being, norl h uf  iind it(ljo'iiiiiKi.T.:J-l.'Att,''AluiliiVsdo<!iiUbin-:tVic'iii:e  north SI)chains. flii'iicir'east'.Sil ;chains. th<-iice  sbiilli SII chains: tlieiii'e wd'sl Sii I'liaiiis to point  bf[cqinnicii<;('iiienfv :.. ;-,(. Locjaied : ISlli ?day? of  !A;iig0sl."IOO:i./ ?/'y  Y Y'K'7MVMe^li:/LLI.x!/,7'  ?l:l.: Commencing' at :i pbsl?miVrked,.,-|ij-.'-.' K:  .J3olIy'K'-.siiirfclits��isi:Y''o6riior;-..-.pp'sii7'-'riv?rir{jr west; iif.  and ailjoiin'ng.K. M. iMcMulliu's liicalipnilieiiCir;  north SO chains:; llieiicc-wost.SO chai iisithefi ce  south SO chains, thence easi SO chaihs:-fo~pc.iiit  .ofiroinnieiicenient. Loon toil ISth tliiy.'o'r'Augtisi  jllllil. :���/';-,. ������ .���''���       :':. ?-��      YF. Ik:. 1-KLL,V.:;1 ���'-.  -I I.YCoininencing^iit :i:- post? nia'rk&r C. : D.-.  I.'elly's: northeast eoriKrr poist ���thence south SO  chainis aloni,' .I..1L :1V('^fiUii.ll's:,wc:sl. b.oiijiilary  tlioi|ce.;wcsl SO iriiiiius7th(;iico,nbrth HOVidialns!  tlience :east SO-('h.-iins : to 'pi.iinl.:bf:coinmeiicc-  'niCti'l.? Lncatcil'lSth tlay.pl' August. i'i('t;<i-.  Y:tT,.-V;.-, ",.  . -Yy YY:-;;?? 7 .'-r."c-r |).?p].:LLY:   .;'/.'  hai-eby gi vcii licit "'tliiriy days;:ifieL''  ilfPj-e I iiHt-ie! to apply tnKht:t:hl(.f Commissi,.,'.^/  or of Laiid's nn.i.ihe.Wori.'s aiid ASsistu'iii Con':-',  ii.'i.-.'r'ijonor of :Liuid7 and Worl<.s!: lor a LieeilVtr,,,  to prospect, for C'oai'.anil I'eii'olcmii t.ii' the fblY  lokviii-. dtwcriiicd lanil -itu':ite?oa th(;/Kitchie  trai-l-'aliPiii Ion, .yiird's^wir.ih o: 'coo Id rev free!.-.'.  .iii|(.W.viiig.'liet'��'t:i(!ji'-;.L'o-,/,Ii..rrif.i ami liii-.li.fYStifitli- J  ei'n L'es'kirk'.r ia^jjliei^iiiilieysi portion of !Y.��'t  .KOptenay Itislriia. is.j-ji is-ll t :ol   ni ',:  "���!. "(''oi'i.iii.'iit'ing at   ��   pai planted   on .-tli/j'!  Kitchie/li-ai) al.viiit.lini yard-pbi'ifl '(il'-i'oiUiii-c'tf'  crcdcaiidtViO niilt'rB'niirlii of r.he Iiiicni/iiiiniiai.  lioiintlary, beiiig'-Initial- pps:; hjI'Iu'cImiI. '.io'-tiic,,..  ribrllieast corn(.j'of-KaynerW.,;iliiiliiii!Yi-;iiiu^Y  lhcn(Ysi>iiil7^6ch:ilus/:i:h,:.nce.vast?��i/ch,tiax,!. .  theiiee norlli KiiehuiiisYthone.! we^r'sii 'iiliiiins'-.'.'  to tli'i:  placi7of',:l)^gin.!iii|V and.containing.010"  yi$l AiigiisiY;liiO;i:    v  ��� lanies l;;lsli(jr. Age  NOTICE."  ; Xotice i.s  WANTI'VD��� FAITHFUL     PERSON  -���'TO    TltAVIOL'   I'oi' /well   ostablishud  c lioiisi; in a lew (.nullities, uit-IMii}? oil   retail niei<rliaiil,si and ae'iinis.. Hical t.ci'ri- !  L,or<y,.,..Siiifir.y.*.l.lU-l.:i, yuit-r anil  payable $li)."0 a, wcolk-.iii. ca.sli  puiisus adyancirtl.  Business 'succes'sl'iil  .close seH'-aiUlfC.sseil  uncelope.  ,  Slaiid-  afd House, .'tlti Caxtonl-iltlo'., Oliie;io<i.'  Spokane, St. Paul, Dulutli, Minne  apolis, Chicago and Points East  2'1'KAIXS    11AILV        O  l.'AST   TI.ML ^  (tiXpC'IISO-S  and e'x-  .l!>osit,i6ii pei-iiiaiic'iit,  anil   nislihio'.;     |.;n-  J.   HrGHVVARDEN.  PIONEER' 'BARBER. SHOP  Ev-eryl.liiiin- Siii-iclily First Ola-s  Next door lo the Pi vspeclor.  New Equipment Throug'ltout,   Day  Doaclies. Pnlace find Tourist Slecpets  i i>i:ning" and Buft'ol Smoking' liibrary  Cut's.  Fur Ticket-..  Kale.-. It'older-aiid It'iill  I nloi'inal ion.    Call on or aik'i'e-,--  an.\ iiLTi-iii <i'r<Mt  Xui'l liiM'it  I tail way oi-  A. IL C. DK.VN IS'I'ON. (.'.u'.l'.A.  612 FHtli Avenue. Seattle/Wash.  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anynno hoihIIiik u.^ltcttoli mid tlCHcrlplInu ntny  qtitisldy jtH<:i*rl.ain <mr ripiiiiun Yum ivhclhiT ��n  iiivijiii.tmi Im pi'4��ttiiMy p:iti:iilHhlo. OtnininniCH.  Ll(i!iHHlrJc(.ly<!nullcfotiMiiL IIjiikUmioIc on I'jiIuiiI.h.  aunt. IriM). <��lt|��!N(. jiu<mk:v ftH'HfjciHinir patctitA.  I'alt'iitM luktui ttirtuijih* iMiinii. Kt, Co. n.Mielvo  xin-cial notice, wiMumi cluirno, in l.ho  ���mm.      Mm  ,&-._  iWjtl  American.  A liuiitlHfminly Illustrjilotl wfi(*Ijly. I,;ti'm;Hl. cir-  (iHlatinn tif-any HCioitlltlo Journal. TcmiM, $^i a  ytiar; four numlhs, $1.  Soldbyall iH.tvHdfalcra.,  MUNN & Co.36,Br��ad^ New York  Hrinicti Oltlcc. C25 V St.. WiuihiiiKlun. n. (I.  ADVERTISE.  IX  THE PROSPECTOR.  -I. he  M iind v  Your   .'itli'iitioii    is   ("illed'l.o  '/I'ionci.ri' Limited" 1,.1-aiii.s of t.lii!  \v4titlk(.'e tV, Si, I'iinl rtiiilvvjiy.'" '-'I'Ih  perfect, trains in the world.-'  Yop will Iind it. desiralde to ride on  1,l<os(.r 1,1'aiiis, wlien ru'nilio' l.() .'ttiy poiiil.'in  the Hasierii Stales of ('anaila. 'I'licy  conned, with , till Traiiseoiitini'iiliil  Trains and all Ticket, Agents sell  tickets.  ' ,  l'\>i' ftii-LJif��� ;��� inl'di'iiiation. painiililels,  etc. jtslc any Ticket, .A^cnl, or  11  cluihis. tlioncc \ve.st<:is.'lity,<.'lniiiis', tlience north  ui'jtlity , ir.ini ins;  tli.uiico. oust .eiglity. rliiiiiis. lo.  lioiiit ol'(.'oimnoiKroniciii.:   i   ������       ? ?''' ,. -.:���'-  ,;Ldc|iieu "i.ftli iliiy of Svyl'.. ltKlS.-Y/? ::?   '/,:>.  '/'"?./.? "o-Y  ?r. ,YY7:/- ?-.7-7? .; i^/jij/jjJi^D-.?;;'.-.  'ire; Connnoiiiriiij,'iltitppst uortli   of ��� itii'ii   ud-  jo'inint; K. Mi Hinl's iiliifm.��� marked'GL C.'l{o.so's  sottllt'kvost coi'tic'r  posl.tlicriKre.  north   ui^lity  rliiiiiis'.' tli euro oil st (iiKlily <'hiiinsiYtlieii('esoiitli  eiylily .iriiiiiii's, tliotire kvoMt" eighty chiiins   iii  point of roiiiiiKMU'emeiu.        ������.'-.      ?.. ,-  1 Lociitei'l trtlKlny ol'Sein.i!io:i.   ;: ���"?������'.'.'. ���;',-  / ���  f"    'Yi- ! '/'���.;;?/.'/';./GYGYltOSE-:/  lit. ' Ooiiiniencini; nt?a. post kk'e.st.of anil nil-  jniniiiffCi'. O. Kose's eliiini. iiinrkeilM. C. 'Cole-  man's .. sontho.-tst, roriier . post,   tlience  .north,  (richly   cliains.   ihenec   west    eiylity/'eluiins,  'tlience south 'uistlity eliiiins. thence oust eighty  eliiiins to point of coiniiieneeniinit.  , .Locmct.l I7t.li liny of Sept., ������IMS.- ,  '.'['. ''E.G. C'O.LkMAX. '  17.   Coinineiicing nl   11   post, one-linlf  mile  not'tli of tt. C. Kose's ciiiint; lnnrkeil K. -Moher-  ley Is noi'tlieiist corner post. ' tiienire. soutli '40  ���liiiins, theni-.c Irtrst Kill chains, thence; .norlli 4(1  chiiins.  thence   east   Hid   chiiins   to   point' of  (roniinencenient.   Localftl 17ili day of .Sept. I'.iO.'i  IC.-iMOllKULKS'  IS. CoiiitiH'iiciiiK at a post north of and u<l-  joiiihiK ' K.v: iMolicrley's c.lniin, 'marked K. C.  Coleman's sontlieiisl crorne.r post thenee north-  ���Hi chains, thence west liin chains, thence soutli  in chains, tlieiico t-iisl Kid clmiiis to point of  (���.(itiiiiKrnccnicni.. Luciitcl i'tli day of Se]it. Hid:!  '    ���.'���' V...0. COLKMAX  I'.1. Coinnifticint;' al a posl onc-lialf inile,  liiii'lh of K. (,'. Colenian's claiin, marked K  Multei-loy's ntirl hcastc.onicr post llioiaar south  ���III chains, ilicocir ircsi IC(I chains. Ihcnee norili  -HI.chiiins. tln.-iici' cast It'll chains tojiolut or  rnnrin.ei.reiiieiil,.' Loeiiled 171 li (lay of Sept. I'.HlIt  K. SlOIII'-JjULKY  nt   :i    post    norlli   of and  ���������.y-.,/;/ Y: Y'Y, NOT(CE.- .:.,,,?''..;,.?���'-''"  Xoticcisherehy given tliiii thirty days after  ilate" L.loseph I'lilwin'ctrpiii inteiuLto itpply" io  tlie Chief Coniniissi'oner of Lands and .Works  for the,District of Mast Kootenay for a license  to .prospect for con 1 aiid pe'trolonni'��� on the  tollokviiur clescrihed land ..situate bntlio Alcn-  miiniis creek aho'ut eight lnilps'iidrth of.ilur In'---  tei'initioiial Uouudiiry T.ineViii the Oislriet of  liritish.Columbia eoininenoing ar a post plant-'  ed west of lieitif,'' tliciiiitial post adjacent to the  McCutchom claim and niarked, Joseph Edwin  0rout's southeast corner ,post, thenee north  eighty, chains, thenee wesl'eighty ehains.  thqnee south eighty, chains, thence east eighty  chiiiiis to place of'/liegitining con'tainiiig. six  hundred aiid forty acres inoi'O or less.  ' Located;Sept. Hith. l'.W:l. "a ���'.'/���. , ., ,  :/ ,- ., Y JOSF-I'Ii: I'^DWIX GROUT. Locator  .  ,10    /     I''?:;/..'-    ���      JoluiT. lilnff. Agent.  Xolice Ishenrliy giveii.tliiit'th'iijl.y iliiys aftci'  diite f intenil to apply lo.lheGlnoi-i(;:oininis'sioriY  er'.nf Lands and..Works/anil the Assi'siiini (?'oin-.  inissio'ne'r of:Lands and. Works,lot' a' liilcnsY'. ti)  profj'poet for (:(ia,l ^iniLpotTorouiiion the fpilpkj-  iiig.ilesc.rilied linid sitiiiiteoii the", ik'iiciii:' tiiiii  ,iil>qii.l:''ioo.tVA.si!iiii,-'t^��T Opiiltlr'uV.&'"c��i'��!^i'irt'i.v!i;:i^.'':  iielween? "Lot -ias'.i ,:i'n(|'...tli.b'/;,l!.!C'.-.S'on,'Oie'rii'i{o-"  serve!iii/tiie;SPiitli(;iistfiioi'tioii of���: l^a'st/YK^^fM'e";  jhiy .DistricL/lli'llisli^dpliiriihiar-i:^?!?YY/Y/YY'?  ,'Yii!.   f.Vnil'inoiic.'iftg'Lal/jti.'.jios.t ??j;lViiiitil|/on : ,;'llY,j!^jY,;ln. u,,.,,,^  Kil'chieYiriii.i-about���'ilKi/ifcut.'iiiist. pf'f;oiiitli'ijV    ' '  Ci'(:ekjiiiU.,lkvb inilus; iiiYrtli/tif llie l,iitcrliii^ioi^jil  Bdi'iMiii-yYlieiiig'iiiifiiill,Mv>t;.of: LauLjjY Cpulj  (irey's; clai in 7. theiiee'soil tli '.Sd'ohh ins, ihcnee  west SO'chains. ihirace north SO ehaiiis,  tlience,  emit*'Si) eliiiins .to.Hie. pliu'e' ol'.iicrgiiiiiiiig.iuid  mil tn iii ing (lib acres.. :.Y? ?Y?: / ?'.   ?;.?.-"  ���7    ,; :   ;!:/?.? Sgtl.'PaiiLS. Cpu k'l I'tiy.; Local Of:  ���',,..'''.'     '' YY'-'"'��� '������ "   ; ���? Yiiinics l-'islnri;, Agi.ni  -/'rlisl Angusl. lti():l. ���   ;/    -/"Y    .   Y    ���:,;     ':  '.', Xolice is hereby given that tliiriy (la.vs.Ml'ier  ilate 1 intend, to.'iipi'i.Iy.16 (he Chief'ComiiiiSHiitn-  er (if Lauds and U'ork's (iii'l'|lie Assistant Com-  missipiier ol/Lanils"aii(i;Ayorks for a  iic'criso.. 10  ���prospect l-oi'"coiil;ii,n(i;p,etrOleun'i ipi the following described land situate on the  Ritchie, frail  iilioui. 1110 i'eot ensldf OouLdrey Creek .���ind.l./iijg.  between   Loi.   ir>,S;l  iinillhe li.O. -Sotitiiern Iv'e-  su.r.ve ill theSoutheast pprtion of  Kasf 'K'oott-'  iiay Uisti-ict: liritish Colunibia:--,    '../      ���  ;,  b.. Qoinnieiicing at a  post  plunled'1 (u,i/,,!lu;  Ritchie trail Kill feet east of Couldrc.v creel; and  two miles north of the Interniitional litiiiiidaiy.  being initial  post ;aljjiiccnt  to   the. noi'tlieiist  .eonier of  l^iul  S.. C<Hildrey:s .claim:    thence  north SO .chains, tlience west SlV.cha ins?theiiee  south SO.chiiins.vthetice east ')���[) chains' to the  pjiiceof beginning iinil containing.1! 10 acres..   ?  ' ..Sgd.WilHii'm 11. I''aldiiig.' Locator  ' .lames l.'isher!'Ageiif" ���  Sl'st August.'1(103... ' ���"/.-..���'',,.     ?!-.  "/Noliei-'is .hereby sive'ii' tliiij. ili'iriy.'.iiays'/iif'tec..!  ;daie;:i . iuieiid7ttj/:ipjiiy ioflieJChief'Coininis-;  Jsioiier oi' Lainls iiiul/\V/or|is and- the Assistant '  (.'(iiiiniissiiiirer^it' lV:inti;:iiitl .tyo'rli's Ti-'i:-"il lyreiiee!'  1^,0 prosiicef for Ciffiliinilvi^en'oloutii oi)/tli(7;fpl-//  IbwiiiiYdyscrilie'Idaud  sitiiiup  on  iht liiicliie/'  trail alioiit'lOityiirtls north .of /Coubliey! c/eij;k!Y  iind iying- between i'.pt?iXfp'-.inil tlie 11.C-^So 11 iii- ?  uni/Kusjiirye'-ii) ,lii(?.Youtl)(/asl/p<jrii:0!i';;of;.Kayt:7..  Kootenay nisi'rio.ti.itritfYii-C0liiuibi:rYY'7"/;Y'?/v  '���?h?; 'Cpmiiiorichig'-. nt. ii!!post  liliinted /pii? '.tlnV.-Y  liiurhie trail about..liiiYyards nijrili iif Ciiultirev .!;  creek :ind;t!kk-o niiles nirrtli of, the iineribiiioual?  Honndary.  bpiiig  initial piistiicijiicent  to'tlio,  northeastri-oriu'r o|  ^yan   UY'llTn ion's 'claim,.  Plieiice noi'ili^lleliain's/'t hence east SO'.ciiains.-,  theiiee.souih\S0 cliains.; t-iier.'ed' ktY.st SO ,'clijiins  ;.  tp  thc,,place oi/beginning, 111111 containiiiij 1II1V .7  (icrps.. ;.; ..r^i,'d; LirKoi X<ii>2. Limited! L'ocaior  .;??; ,-.-"���;'���  '  :'! Y11?:!., James Fisher, Ageii: :  ,   rlrlnd :\iii;usi?l(io:i;       -; ':.'.'��� ',     ?' Y '",���;(','':.Y?  '��� ,Xotice-is liciebygiveii tluttthirty tlays; af'ier  Uaie f iiitend to apply! to-tlie Chief .Commission:''.'  erbf Lands and.Works.andilie'Assis'tii'iit Com- ;  niissioifbrlir-Liiiidsriind, \ySrl<f"r6r?i;'lit-(iiise: toY '  pi'ospeel for cbiil iiiid petr.oleuin 011 tlie-'-l'tdlOW; ���-  'Ingdcseribeil laiHl?sit,ua:fe:oil llie;lht'clii'Yli-aii'Y  about IW) ;yiu'<l!? ubtab  ol cbuldrey ciri!/fii;-;tin<i!! j  lying between;Lot !li��S (Uid/tlVeYn.e/Souflfern/'"  ^Hesei-yein-tliti Tiiiiiiheast fipVubu of l-iast KoPte-.!:  :nii^ IJistricf. .British Colutnbiii:';Yt .:Y:-.,,Y:;.Y? ?  vi'.   .L'omnieiiciug. ai, a  ' post, planted : on  tlio. 7  - iir i i<:li i'b'. tV-fi:!.l-'-u Ijqu t. Kto -ji'ii'i-a S'! iicVr.tli'! or" Co'i ii iirS'y-v' *  cr^ek and tkvo/iiMes liprtli/of/the internalipiialYY  i.!oii.ndifi-y./:being?initial; po-it?a.'ljni:(5ii'i:?t'p;iiiu Y  ilPr'tliea'st-'^  tioirUrSi^biiln^Y Iheiice, eii^f^L./v  uli:i>iiK,..ii.i(j'h.i^u..^o.uLfi'-S0i'��"iiii lijHiYi'.lif.nc.o':' tv'o'Kt..r.S<i:/;;'V  cluiinsSio:ilio:p]:i|.|..oV!iicg;i'niiiii'g iii'iif ron'fil'lniu!^'"'  .(���4ti ::si'c: i;'����fe-?7?>^-->7Yri--r-,---''^fei!'�� i rj-r-yo 11 i'-sfi": iri' ii ii'k i>;' rJ"rft:;Vf'it ��� i-Y-'!3i"  ;, Y.   Y(Y. Y'?    -''YY''   ''-..bun(S!Fisb(ri-: Ai/eni' '7  7r;7th!Augu'sf- ���itiO:!.'.   . ���/.:?,; :,;-;- -       -."-?-,,.  Application for Timber Licenses.  L.  KOlIi).    r  I'ass.  AWrnL  Sl'OKAxXE.  S.   IIOWK,  (eriiei-al Aire.iit,,  POITTLAxXD.  ���'111. Coniiiieiii-iiig at a post, norlli of  adjoining IO. iMolnolck's- eliiini. uiiiikeil 1'..  >M(il,ci;li.,\.'sstiiitlieii,st eiiiiicc post, thence nun li  ���III (.liains. Ibeiiee west.' Kin chill ns, thenee south  III chai as, I hen if cast 11,11,1 chiiins In |io|nt nf coin'  niciiccineiil.     Located I ��� t li day (if Sept.. I'.HIH.  <l. MOliKULKV    (  -I. Cfiiniiiencing iit :i posl .('asl, or the Wliilii  Hirer opposite I'-- Colcnuin's (-'liiiin. ninrlo'il (!.  M(ilit..|'lcy"|s si,11 Ibkvcst corner post, thence noi th  '���Ighty cliains. iliciice easl eiglity chiiins. Iheiice  soiilh eighty chiiins. tlience west   eighty chains  to point of COUIIIIi'llCcllielll.  Loealed. I'.'Ui day of Sept.. !'.����.  C. MOHI.'.KT/KY  "���' Ciiiniiiencingnl a jiost one-half mile south  of (7' .Miilierlfk's cl.tiai. niarked C. Hunt's  soutlikvesl corner po-l. Ihcnee north 10 chains,  thciic- east ICO clt.iin- . iIkiih e south -10 ehains.  - ��� J'-A-- . ..'"  Xolice is hereby given iluit thirty days after  ditto-1 intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner pi Lands iind Works for Spiicial Licenses to  cut aiid cart y away limber, from the I olio wing  described tracts of lainl situate in the Northern  Division Kast ICooienay. ,   ,  ,1... Commencing at a .post 'plumed nitiie  Northern" Boundary of Loi -ISM! where it is  crossed by the ICooteiiiiy Kivcr inaikcd Helen  Clilletl's southeast, corner posl thence ini.-ib  SO ehains. thenee west SO chains, thence so'uili  SO chains, thence east. SO chains to point, of com  meiieenienl. Lneaied.l7th day of August. P.11W.  ���"    I1KI.KN (IILLKTT.  ���1, Cominencing -at a posl , marked ,l.,ll.  Turnoy's north west corner post thence souiii  SI)ehains to 10. flillctt's locution thence eiisi. so  clraiiis. tlience north Sileliaius. Iliciice' west SO  chains lo point of coniineuceiiienl.  Loealed I7th (lay of August. I'.IO.'I.  ��� .1. li. Tl'KN'l.'.V.  ', !','      "'��� A- "''���'.  ::. Ciiinmeiieliig m ii post niarked II. L:  Stiielilcr'siiorlliciist conicr posl I he 1 ice north  so chains, to Cross Itiver thenee wosl SO (.Iniins.  tlience south SO chains, llienci-ciisl so chains lo  point i'f coniincnceiiicni,. 'Located 17th day  of Aiignsl, ItNW. ���       II. L/STAI'lllLI'li;  I. ('(iiaineiieiiig al 11 posl marked - K. W.  Ila/.lcwood's soiillikvesi corner posl adjoining  II. L. Slaelilei-'s location Ihcnee -norl h silelniins  Iliciice east so .cliains. I hence souih mi 1 -11:1 ins-!  lhenc|' west SO chains 1.0 point of coiiiiiicik t-  inciil.    Located r.'lh day of'Aiigust. I'.m.'i.  K. \V. HAJCLKWdOli.  5. (���oniiacnclng nl 11 postmarked N7 K. Sml-  daby's soiiihenst corner posl iidjoining W. T.  Ilcaly's location Uicnee north Sit chains, thence  west so ehaiiis, theiiee sonllisn.chiiins. t hence  ciisl sileliaius 10 poinl nl' coiiiuieiicciueul.  Located 17th day of Augilst, |;iu:!,  -N'. 10. scduaLy.      I  ..Xolice is herebygiven that thirty days after  date 1 intent to apply lo ihe Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works and ihe Assistant Commissioner of .Lands aiid Works fdr.a   license to  prospeet.for coal and petroleum on tlie  following described land situate on the Uiteiiio Trail  about 100 feet east of Coublrey creek aud  lying  between  Lot'-laSfl and  the;.11.G.  Southern Reserve in the Southeast portion of  lOast,  Ikoote?  nay District, British Columbia:���  .; c. ' Commencing.,at a "post  planted' oil   the  Kitehie  trail   100   feet casl'Pf  Couidrey  Creek-  and   uyo. miles,   norlli   of .'the.   international  lioundary.. being initial .post  adjiicenl   lo the  noi'tlieiist corner of I'mil S.  Couldrey's .claim,  thence north SO chains.'thenee  east .Sti chains,  thence south SO chains, thence  west  so chains  to  the  place of'begin 11 ing anil .containing ti-to  acres. ������?      .   .Sgd. Ilicli.-ii'il L..Wright. Lt'dtiio;'  .     ' Jiunes l-'isher. Agent  -1st August. l!W:i.       ,  Notice is. hereby given that thirty'days after.'  dale I inlen.l iii apply to I lie Chief Commissi..!.-  or of Lands and Works and the Assistant, Commissioner of Lands ami Works for a license !"  prospect lor con I ami pcli-olcum on the 1 <>11.>m -  ing (inscribed bind situate on the KMlfhi..- Ir.iil  alioiil, I0U feel eiist'of Coulilrey creek and I> iug  helik'eeu : Lot IliSii, aiitl flic !!.(.'. ���'Sontlieri! I;. ������  siri'k'e ill I he soui.ht.'ast iiiirl ion of lOasi lki,.i��!.-  nay.ln'stricl. liritish Coliimlna;       .      .     '  d. - Coiiiiiieiic.iug'111 n=pnsi. planted'V>'ii the 1  Itilchic Hull Inn feet .-asl ol' Coiilili-ey.cn'ck'iii.il  I wo miles north of. tlio I iitcrua I lonal l'.{>niid:u > |  lielng Ihe Initial pnsl. adjacent 1,0 'In1 nortliea-i j  'corner nl'.l'iiiil S. t.'oiililrey's elaim; 1 h.'-ui'-.- I  south so ehains, thenee casi Sii chains, iln-iii  norlli So chains, Ihcnee u-esi so cliains lo'n  jil,-ice t,l' lii'glnuiiii: a in I <-< ni I a in ing (.10 acre-,  Sgd. ilcici-e II. Iiickson!' L.....I 1.  ' ,     ' ,   ,    .1)1(1107  l--islli..|-.   A'e.-lil  r.'KI A lli.'ll -I. lOtill.   ���     '       ' '       .  hereby giyei'i tha I, 1 h i rl'y days. a iiy v.. ���",  date; l; intend?to npjity.ui ilie'Ohief Coinmis-Y  sioncr of Lands iind wVirks.'iiiid'Ytli.iY Asiiistiinl V  C'liuiniisxitinpr or Lauds 11 ml Works for a litenso  to pidspcci for i.oiil-iiiui petroleiini 'on  the fol-  lOkving descrilicd  hind 'siimite  on ilic Idlcbict,  trail alaiui ;loo.viir'ls-:iior;il'i;'(if,?,Couldi-cy'ert-id;  and lying betwivr-n/Loi-l.v-.ii and tiie H.i.Y siiutii- '  !ern   Kesoryc -in   ilif sojitbcils! Iiiii'tion'iifloarjt;  Kootenay fiistrii't. llritisii C.iliiuiliia : - ?    /,:' '  j.   Coiniuene'ing.iit   a?post- planted  on ilie  Kitelnc trail 'tiboub.-l'dli yards norlh   of Coi,iidrpy'r  cn..(.;lc 'iinil t,wo niiles north of. the liuei-iiaiionai  Boundary, 'being  initial   post adjacent to. tlio   ..  lioitlieast'!edriiirr. of. (Icorgiana '.��?'.,   I'.'al'ding's   '���'  c-LiiiVi, llii'tic-e soiitli  so chiii'nt.:' i bonce, .east '.SO'  chains, thene'e.north SO ciiains. theiiee  west  SO    ;  chaius.to the plact! of I'egiliningali',1 eontuin'im-Y  (iid'acics,,  YY   'Sgd. Joitl/lO.l^iOiJer,- Locator  /  Yv.'t? .  ',.'?,. ?������.���������? :  '    ' James-'iVIsheri.Agent',: ;'- ,  .''.Srtli'A'iigus.i.. It'OS. /.     YY'-Y- /!���-:- ,.<������:..--....,  .Xoiiec is hereby given (linf thirty- days' after -  dine I intend to.apply to th'uChief Com'inijsion-.  erbf La nil.s'.-in"d: Works iiiUlj lie-Assistant:'Coin-!'.������  iii'issioiiei- of l.ii ndsiind'Works for. a license ,ti>,.,  prospect for coal and,petrpK'fiin pn..the.toll.v.k:- .'.  ing described iaudsituiHc on the' Ritchie'it-ail.  ahont'jdl'i feet nprtit!of;t'oul.irey creek;!.in, iliii  7  southeast.'portion ot KJisfKoo'LCiniyr-'liistrict,  British Columbia^-     '... ,,    ��,.,'���    '  i;.   .Coinmeuiricg':it ii   post   planted   0.1 Yt'iio  Ritchie traiL.aboiit I0,.'?!'e.:t norlli  o/.Couhl'i'ey'  creek,and-two.m iles uortlrof the line run fioiiai  Boundary, being initial  po.st ii.iiiici-iH ,,10 Hie ".  northeast  coriior of John  E.   liooper's claiin,  thenee north SO -chains; thence  east csu cbains';?  thenee so,u'ih,'S''.l chains, themre' west' so c-liiins   ''  to1 the  place' of .begiiniing. niiii containinY imu  .acres..: ������" Sgd.Martini'.llintoii. Locator ,  :.'7lh August... IWH" .     .'��� ���Liir.es'.Lishi.n-. Agent?  1.   Coninien'eing, a!   a   post   planted on   the  ���  Ititc.li.'.c li-ai! .-.ilton't iiY leet.   north   of Couidrey  creek and two miles iiorth'of  tlie. liitcriia'ioiiii-l " ���  heiiig initial   po.ii   iidjiice.-i';   v.i  the  ���orner,.iif John   >���:.'��� Hoopers claim  thence south mi elm ill.-, thence  e:l  Itoiindrii-k'.  noi'tlieiist  Hie  :��� .Si.'.thaiii  ! .'iienci'iioi'tl'. s.'chain-, thciicr..'   west  sti cha  )t>  the   place   1,!   l'j-"giuiiing -anii containing oli>  ui'i'cs. , Sgii. Lewcilyii Wynne. Lu.rnior  ' James i.'isnei-. Agent  -ttii Aii,7-ii-,t. ii.nl.  Shaving IS Hair Dressing/ParJo:  Next  ltlllrielll.il   JI,  I'o.irr  steklk,   h. <;.  at,  Not iceis- hereby gi veu thai I billy  dale I lii'tcnii in apply to the ('li'ii-l-Com miss ii.n  er nt Lands and Works ,'11 el the Assjsian; Ct-rn  ini-siiiuci' of Lainls- und Works i<oa Licence ;o  prti-peci ior (-oal and I'etlo]. 11:11 on ihe i,.l);,w-  illi.' ilescilbcd la I ni sit mi tc on tiie Ikil.chi.; Ii'.iil ���  i-th of t.'oulil'riry creek ami lying' j  AH   Kind's   i,l'- Hair   W,  :l   S dali..  A. '.I. CI.���!���:/.,  ���I 'k'(>l'i,'li:',"i!i;.  ASSAY!F\iG  one hall mil.  between Lul  "-n.- in 1 In  Kooleiiiiy Hi  .-     ('omiii.-a..'iie:  l.'it.-lnc Hail iil.oui  drey creel; and t \k .  natioiiiil iloiinilai-v  1.1 1 he noi'Ilien.-l i'o  ciaiin. then.-c soldi  l.'.s'.'  iind   1!  S'lllltlClISi  tilci. Hi in,  ...'   B.C.   S.  li.nl ion of  ,h Coluinhia ;  post 'plunled  dl 11.1 ile norlh. <  .  north   of  the  initial post .-..  i.'eti!-!.-,- II. I lie  aiiu>.   tlieiic.  iilheru   1,'c  Souih l-'.as  !('..,  lilt-  ( '.   I'?   XlCIKlt.SdX.  I ,ioTi--.ik,i:(ii;ot;<,  ,'   I'   ���'  ( License.! Iiy I'riivliiciiil 1:  ILL  >V"runioni.  ilinl sir  ���r .md !t  . 7' I v t ��� 1 ���  .   silver.  ���er . .   ���ad'..    illd l'(i|ipiT.  lead and <-<.tjij,(-  M'.dU  :Ylii>  'A'.W  ���I.W."  ha in  tli t-ii ce uortli S'i cliiiitis. t he nee  ���anijilvs  ! reeetvi  ieii   wilii   (.'aliin &  Mtirick  ��� prompt uUeniioii. TllK  PROSPECTOR,  FORT STEELE,  Ti. C  OCTOBER  17.   1003.  The best mid safest way  to keep Bab}''s skin  health}' is to use only  BABY'S   OWN  SOAP  Pure,    Dainly,    Delicate.  Beware  of  Imitations.  oa a  ALBERT TOILET S01P CO ,  Mfrs.   MONTREAL  North Star Lodge  NO. 30.  A.  F,. AND A. M.       C.  R.  B. C.  POUT STI-1KL1-:. It. C  lieftular   meetings ��� !-t' Tue-<Li,y 'in   eace  month at eiiriu o'cioc'r      V.siti'.},- BicLln-rn an  cordially invited.  I'M-    Ui..n.       T     ...... L^      ..�����   . ���      .���.,,.,, 1., f       I,.,.,,!..,,,.  1jII\    U.Ik.       !���k/U^.(. 4 ,,,,.^.   -,,^,1, ...        "...I    ��� r-  lH-ld tlrst rnday ot eucli^ontli  r Cranbioo',; Lodye. Crunbi'ool:, rer.'u.J'' meetings held on the third Tlmr-.il.ij ot ejcn month.  .1   Hi-i.t>P. Secretary  ��ite ^fxci&vcctov.  ���<A'V\'\U).\V.  Ol T< H'.Ki;   IT.   ]!>(>:.  ���'.���TTTTTTTTnnTTTTUTTnTTTfT/TTnfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTI^  1   LOCAL NEWS.  f  ZikiiULiaUHiiiiUklkiiiUiiLikHiLiUUikiiLiZ-  \Y      Kiirl\ii;Ui-iclk,      Winnipeg,  wa'- in town Wednesday.  CI in > Powell wurs up'from   hi.-  ]>ull rivr ranch' Friday.  The Crow's Xe^i train was   as  iiMiul four hours late Friday.  ���   .1   A.    Laurie. Marysville, was  in town I'1!'ill ay.  Don'   McKay    returned     from  ('ernie Thursday.  R. Hirtz, Elk\>. was in town on  bu>ine.-s Thursday.  I Imperial Bank of Canada |  2' CAPITAL AUTHOKIZED   $4,000,000                         ^  jj ,      '               CAPITAL (paid n,��      -    $2,983,896                         ?!  | .      REST ACCOUNT '     -    -    $2,636,312                         jjj  5- He^cid    OFFice-    Toronlo.                                                fii  ^ 'I'. K. MKi;i:!'l"l'. I'lvMileiil     l>. I J. \VI I.KI K. Vice-1'res,, and Ceil. Mini.  Si ACKNTS ' IN    CIM'IAT    lilJI'i'A IN     UoyiN   I'.uiiU.   "2   l.tinili.-inl' St..  jj' l.diuldii.  5 ' A (.'i'ii(>|'al Ittiiilkiiio  r.us-iiics,- 'I'l'iinsjicloil.  5!  g]' Savings Biink, Depart men t.��� Interest, allowed on deposit.-,.  | Cranbrook Branch.                 <.|-. ll. MARSH. Manager.  |j  tfui!n!ruuTJ^njiln!n!^u^'ri^L^  .-i-:s:-?-��:'!(rS-?<-.0--^-f'--> S-S->--f-:>->;5-"^*Sr*-*:*i<;-::-��- P--5-->-^-0:--::>0-:"-"{.^;****-:S^JSr;i!-.i:--J-ifi-.5::S=8s5K  The  Ganauian BanK ol Gommeroe l  '}. HEAD OFFIC!-:--TOri-ONTO.  ->. <���  "P I'iiid tip t'iipitul irS,7l��l.(ili(l:  IIintvc I���"iiji11 iKi.UOli.OOU:  %, r                       Aoorcojii.. Ucsdiirccs ovoi'$75.(i()(),(i(|ii.-  * "                                                             "  '������ ',                        I tiiulou ol'tiee; (Id I (iinhiitd Street, l'.. C.  .-���' Nckk   \oilk Office:  Hi I \i:li;iii(.',e I'lneo.  -^ ,                 '  ���S      And lUI Iiriuidujr, in C'tiiiailtt. tlio Uniiod'Sltitcs und liritish Columbia.  ���6  *���  %   Cranbrook Branch. F. C. MALPAS. Manager.   %  4- , *  NOW    IS   THE   TIME   TO   INVEST    IN  Ja.-s T.   Laidlaw , visited   Cranbrook Wednesday.  Thursday was a day of lhanks-  giving for all except. Ihe lurkey.  J. A.   Harvey   returned   Tup.s'  day from- Cranbrook.  Morrissey M  ^^  Rocky Mountain  Chapter  xo. 12b. it. A. M.  PORT .-kTUnLK,  B. C.  [itrirnhir niii!'tina-.---2nki Tuu.-uiu  in  each month at oitt'ltt o'cluck.  Sojourning ('iitiipanion 'arc (.'Ofdially  invitucl.  Ik. L. T. riAiasR.\iTn'S<'i-il>t' K.  Geo. S. WcCirtur. J. A. ir.irvev  ., HARVEY & MoGARTER  JSnrrittem,  Solicitor*.,  Notorict   Pnblu,  Conveyance.��� lie,  FORT  ST IS H MS. B. C.  nicvicr.STOK'i'', station mui tior.ni.iN  COLLECTIONS'     PROMPTLY      MADE.  A. Laidlaw, Spokane,   was   at  the luiperia'l Monday.   '  N. Hanson was in   town   Monday on business.  Chas Chapman was down from  Finlev crook this week.  ' Join: F. Smith and J. llislopi  were Inmiiug deer in ihC1 vicinity }  of Mans creek Tlmrsday.  W. R< ROSS  ���Barrister  Solicitor  NOTARY    PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER.    .  Fort., Steele,   JI   C  T 11 O M"A S    M c V I rP T i h:  Fori Su.'Clo  B.C.  I.'iiici' s-i'i.r.i.i: iii:vi:t,iii'kii:N-r Svniiica'I'i: Ivru  I1W lA'iidiriiliiill Suv't. London. lOnnlninl.  N. A.  WALLINGEH, FORT STEELE,  o POST OF KICK HOX h.  J. G. CUM MINGS  CIVIL    ENGINEER  Provincial    Land   Surveyor  PORT   ST 13ELK.   13.  C.  GEABY   &  DOYLE.  Livery, Feed & Sale Stable.  Fori Steele 13.C '  Ueuulai'  Dai.lv   Sui^ro  ntcot.-  all  triiiim at Fori Stc<;lc Juiictiou.  SADULI-; A   HACK   HORSF?  ti-:a.mi>'g of all kinhs a spkcialti  DR. SAWYER,  V. S.  Ol'licc aiul Stable  t (lflll'f ol  (ralbrailh and L faze I Sircet^  Fort Steele. B. G.  ���'OFFICK DAYS:      .Mruiuay.    Tliur��  . il'itv tiui.1 Sat.iifi.ltiv :ii Slfflf. '  , R.L.T.Galbraith. Indian asrent  went to Tobacco Plains Friday  on oiticial business.  A. B. Fenwick lias purchased  the McCloud cottage, on Rocky  Mountain avenue,--  A. Burge and Wni, Kelly,  Perrv creek, were at Bull river  'Fridav.  Spcakiuu- of tl'.i' causes uuilorlyiiiii- what, nia.y be alinosl' called ;i i-eal esttit.e revoltilion. in 1 hi.-, seel ion, I  tniulil s;iy I h;il the process ha^ been out:,of anyl.liiiig but arlilic.itil inllalion. True, the revolul ion has coine  wirii coinparative suddenness, but this is due the progressive policy of The Crow's Nest Pass Coal Company, to  which it is indcbiod for such a powerful impulse. , '  ���*   ' i r  The  company's   expenditures   in   this seel w^n's interest,,are now counted by the million instead of by the  dollar.      'nijs.Js .au_era_of great dovidopmenUu Ihe Crow's Nest Pass/_  Tlmmarvel is notj.haj. the stiiimhjs is  lliMv. bat tlVaTit" was tlT'laytvi so long? = The Vise i.s siibsla7i7T)7fi, and'H'iercris ifoFtlTe least likehHTjod-"ol" aiiyTlTiri^f"  in ihe nature of a relapse. ,, .  , ' . ,  On the contrary, duveloiiuienlswill I'lroceod and values will ascend in an accelerating ratio. , [  ",    '    Tho,re  can be no more signilicaiit sign of the  coming prosperity in the Crow's Nest Pass, than the   plans  which't'he coal company are now putting into effect for greater development of their properties,  and   the  enoi---  mous demand lor the product of their ininos and coke ovens.  'As' the population increased in Pennsylvania with the development of the great coal properties there, so  will it increase in the Crowds Nest Pass*. ���  ���Only those who have watched the development of Ihe coal and coke industries in other sections, can  ��-ra.s,p the certainties of a future not far oil", and are talking advantage of the conditions here by investing at tlie.  right time in the right place. , , , ���  Write me for particulars  H. Thiry" returned Thursday  from a1 business trip" to West  Kootenay.  A. 13. Pen wick has purchased  six�� lots on . Rocky Mountain  Avenue. .   ���   '  Covernmeut Agent Armstrong  visited FcrnieThnrsday on official'business.  J. Brown. Spokane, and G.  Sundberg. Rossland. were ���at  Steele Tuesday.  Chas Level! has gone to Banff  He will spend about n month at  the snrintrs.  Dr. King, member elect;, for  the Cranbrook riding, was in  town Sunday last. 0  THOMAS CRAHAN, Agent  Morrissey Mines, B. C.  H.KERSHAW,  GROCER  Fprt Steele/B. C.  1. '  FRESH  FRUIT,  Best'Tanglefoot FLY PAPER %  A Full Line of Patent Medicine |  Fort   Steele  Cigar   Store  JOE TAENHAUSER. Proprietor.  , ' ' ' >  .V  lrini'  l,jiiH' ol ��� . '  Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos  '  1 y I  Billiard, Room '      j  c    ���      ' ���"    PERIODICALS  '   Toys,   Books   and   Stationery  UWTCII.MAKKU   iliul   .1 lOWKU'lt?  '"ENGRAVING and REPAIRING  LADIES DRY  GOODS.  ��***����&����%$��**&����:-������$��&������^��&&��&*^  G. S. Cuinter. representing  ihe Gold River Mining & Po-wor  Company, was in Steele Monday  ."J. A. Harvey was attending a  meeting of the License Commissioners at Ci^aubrook Monday.  Rev. J. Wagner. O.M.L, held  Thanksgiving service at St. An-  ihonv's1 Church, Fort Steele.  Thursday Oct. loth.        '   .  Keep your eye on Fort Steele  during the next two months, it  will pay you. i'or there is irood  limes coming.  Mrs. T. C. Armstrong1 and  family left Wednesday .on a  .-YnorlVi^it to P. Kenner's ranch  ut Cherry creek.  Claude Dunbar went   to  Cran-  . brook Monday.    He will open an  ioffice at lhat place, the firm name  iwill     be   Harvey.    McCarior   &  Dunbar.  Fort Steele  Diamond Jubilee  Hospital | great importance.  Strangers visiting Fort Steele  go away. ���w'jM'1 ^ impression.  I'liat.the mines in our vicinity,  with development-work,' must of  necessity make Steele a town   of  MISS  8.  MOSS,  ���---=-. Matron.  (1 i-iiil\i;i.Li. nl St. Lvi'h.-- liiY'-j.i-iii.'  \';lii.-i.v:v.-j'. II. 7.  This I iinl il.iil ion h;i-. Ii.-i'.n n-ri-ntlv  ��� ���iiiili'^-i'il li.V'ti ih;w 'A in:.' whh-h l,-> lid".'  (l|lt:ll ' I'ul' I'im'!-|iI icill ''il- |i:it nrlit*. Fur  Iitiiis n,|i|)ly In  Miss  11. .Moss.-   ur    .1. I-": Smith, Sc-c.  MuM-oii. fori Si.-.-].-.. I!.' '.  Tin-: MASTi'ia MK(!:iiAMi:'S I'lti'tK 'I'Alf  ���li.-.J. Iji-iilh iinil ?,or.H:ll7 III'' .slllll. while  pruiiipily <-li-iiiihl.i]|.' ii. ol'Ktvsiki;. nil. niHt, <���!.(.;.  l'iiv:ilnii>ili'- Im iinrcliiiiili'H, iMnn.-is, simrtMiH'ii.  1-i.i.- 7iiui!.)i- on r��:i-i.i|.i���iil :'.i:. fur |mikI��i,'.i.;.   ,  ?.\IDi-rt Tnili'l Si'��i|i ' '���.., Mil's Mnntl'i'iil. .  ANDKi;\V    Nl'IDKi  CONTRflGTOR ***>  HOI'SK  AND SKIN   I'.MV'ri.N'H  CAI.'IIMININ'O umi I'A I'i'.i;  II A No I NO  , AdminiHtratorH Notion.  .-.'..lii'i- I- h'T''l.,v ./iv.-n Iliul nil c.riMlluil't ���(."!  -l��v. I-.f-l.-��t'- t.r l.lii- liil'r-.Inlili Olii^Kii.I; ;ni' re-  .i.i,'..-,! mi'or li.ti.C- 'h'.' I'Tlli 'lay "f Niivnilii'i-.  Ikk: ii. f.i'ic wiih II/irM-y .'������ 'M'l'-ltiirtur nf I'V.rt  Y.-.-l.-. Soli'-iliir" fm- tinlii'ri   HciniiM'.v ".ylniln-  '    .( i-il! '.I , :i M,lll''llll!lll.'if tlifl'' ���:u'i"iniilw   i"1    ll,t-'  Kl III flFR i nan,,., nl Hi- mm rnil.v if iin.v hiild Iiy   Hi''"'   ">"'  Dunucn ,i;,i;o .ini.(.v Iliia Ull).,. llM, s!li(l ,;���,��� ,,,1}. ,of  \-,,\.-iiil��'r   'I (Iiiiiiirslriiliir   "ill   iirutTcil   Hi  .li-trili'i'i-  -iiiil   l-Ntiii" liiivint'  i;i'f.'iii'.il  only in  .,|i..;M'i'iuiiitslliril l.vl'.'il nil'' will il"l li" l-t'-��|>��li-  H1I117 iini  lyli'il  I<Tjl  .I'll   CI'  Sr  A')-: I'.. C  2d#"   All   work prompt ly done.  jhlr If ���f l i ��� 1  K.slilti. fur illl.V Hi''  I :||.. tini.' 'if ilHM'ilintiii:!.  Ii.il, il .it Fori t'i-i-li-. Oihnlii-i- l"th. l'.'ii:t.  iiajjvkv \ M7OAKTKI.'.  ... Sulii'liuiK fin���.Ailmiiil-siriilor.  CARLIN   & DURICK  GENERAL    MERCHANTS  Fort  Steele,  Sole Agents for the  East,  Kootenay.  canton steel  COMPANY  This Sticks is guaranteed to be equal to .lessop's or   Firths in all  IIard Rock Work.  I N; HANSON, J  Er Gerteral Merchant and ^  5= Licitior Dealen ^  ^ Vhinul'aet.urer ol' all Kinds ol' Lumber,���      A largo assort- ^  ^ ment ol' seasoned Lumber and Shingles always ;~5  S^: on hand ' ^S  g '    DIMltJNRrON      LUMHRU      A      SPRCIALrPY. '2  I WnSn.-BG. I  Port    Steele  SO MO AfiUNTS  SOM?    ATIKNTR  Crow's Nest coal company  Giant Powder compano.  y Mining  Supplies  a! Specialty.  . i   - . ������ ' ���. . ' ,.��� ii  Agents fnr tlio   MASSEY    HARRIS    CO., Limited.  Farming   Implements,  Charles P. Ganipbell.  1    TII'IC   UNDIyKTAKKK.  i<;mi:almin<; a  . SI.'I^C'I A.I'iTY  TKl.KI'IIONK  OI'.KN' DyW     .  ANI!>   NKMIT.  I.'OKT  OK KICK   J'<("iX    117,  CRANBROOK, B. C.  rewitig    V"��*  1  FORT STRHLE,  B.. C.  MANUIi'ACJTIJIJKRS     :i.ncl      MliRWRliS    Oh'    KX'I'RA     PTNR  BEEK     %    PORTER  SOLD    BY ... .THE    BARREL,    KEG    OR     BOTTLED  ,?���������'.   Bottled beer for family use a specialty  OETSLDR ORDERS GIVEN STRTCrr ^ PRO MPT ATTENTION  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED TE,^���^f  itz &  Scott,-'Prop's.  .���*.  tenniii*1         . ���  ,f.    Port  ���l& ���  Meat Markiei  T. ROBERTS. Proprietor.  Fresh and Salt Meats Always On  Hand.  ...iu  ���


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