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 j.-. Armstrong.  '  n.rir>j^.iriririririn.nrLri.rLruxnruT.ruT.  $���    '   "   C' mini:i;ai? I'lionucriON or  21 KAST  KOOTK.VAV   DIVISION  g! IN    I!��lI '   $2,850,289  *JiiJT>iyuiin>i^!/UTJUruiriJuiJiJinjriJi-ru^  V. njnj^.njjj^njTTu-uTjj^^  5      mixi:k.u,  I'KonucTio.v or i?  C        HKITIsII   COLUMWA   IN"  Hull ��  C-' S20,713,501 ��  5*���,���,. .���. , ^_   _ i5  Vo7. 6'.  BOJtT STBBBB.  B.  SATURBAY, OCTOI3BR  23,  1902.  No  48.  New Advertisements To-uay.  Noiloe���.Inlm T. Mnlualn'V  '   baimii-1 Lm.ilt.  NmIim's "J- .1. II. l.-.ti)j,']i'.v.  2-W. .1. LmiKlcy ���     ���  3���lliii v��v A: McOiuliT  Pjlfi- li  I MHO 11  -    :t  Pei son nl.  P. Jensen came down I'rouPllie  Silver Queen mine Wednesday.  Mrs.   \V.    li.  was a visitor al  lingers.    Fernie  Steele Friday.  lien Theill. Kimberley, was in  town Friday.  Andy   Baxter  fame  the ranch Monday.'  Ll|)  Irom  HON.  J.  ISRAEL TARTE  DISMISSED.  S. LovaLl, Pilot  town Monday.  iy,   was   in  I*'.   Lucas   visiled   the  Cherry  Creek' ranchyjruosday.  WnT." ..Voss  came  "down  Wild Horse creek Monday.  I rom  , Covoriimeni Agent Armstrong  visiled Cranbrook Frulay.  Charles' Mara, Winnipeg,  in lown Tuesday.  wa.s  '    IJ.    Wilson,    Nelson,  town Tuesday.  was   in  '    J.   .J.   Miller  at the Imperial  < Yanhrook. was  Vuesdav.  His Resignation DenianUpd  by Lnur-  ior.���His   Rocom.   Tnri'l' Spcoch a  Broach oi' Party Faith.  Ottawa. Oct. 2\.��� Tarle is no  longer :i member, ol' Laurier's  cabinet. Tlio following' letters,  which have passed bet ween i lhe  premier and the minister ol' pub-  lic worlrs, fully explain the. matter. Premier Laurier writes lo  'Tarle today as .follows:  '��� My dear Mi: Tarle.���After  having seen you on Sunday lasi  and having expressed lo you my  well settled opinion upon the  consoqnonces of, your rocenfafli-  lude. my lirst duly was,, lo wait  upon lhe governor-genera! to inform liiin that 1 was obliged to  "demniYcrt'lTo" reVsi"^^  portfolio.      After   having   seen  to be good enough lo have it accepted by the governor-general.  In the interview whicli T had  with you, you expressed llie  opinion that T should not have  spoken on lhe tarill* as f have  done. ihaf the government bad  as yel not come io any definite  understanding on their fiscal policy IV)r the future, etc,  <"'oiitiniii'(l on I'uoe :t.  LONDON    WE-LCOICES  KOTG    EDWARD.  .:-TmiT��TUfTTrTTnTTmTTTriUTTfTTT7nrVTrrTTT'->  | In Tunnel and Stope |  ���:-uiiUiiuiiiiuiiauuuiiauiiiiauuu/ia-:-  HULL   UIVICK,   ll.'ON   MINIOB.  (!.  Ll. Pollen'and  J.   T.   Laidlaw.    accompanied    by    \V.     W.  Win. Myers'came  down   from  the Walson mine Tuesday.  F.   Ola.pp.   Cranbrook-. was  at  Steele Thursday. ,,  D. J. Johnson, Elko, was doing'  business at Sleele Thursday.  Ceo. Robinson,   Wardnor  al Ihe Imperial Thursday.  Frank McCabe, Wardner.  inclown Thursday.      '   '  was  was  f" Wm. .Eschwig, Fernie.' was  lown Thursday.  iu  P. Pender, Cherry Creole, was  in lown Thursdav.  A: IJ. Fonwick came  tho ranch Thursday.  up   Irom  D.    (Jril'lith   was   down,  from  Wild Horse creek- Thursday.  W. W. Leach, Ottawa, was  registered at. the Imperial Thursday.  Koborl.  Thursday  Wardner.  Dempsey  from     a  relumed  visit     to  J. Maw, Calgary,.ropresonting  the. Massy Harris Company was  in town Thursday.  Barrister J. A-. Harvey left  Tuesda.y I'or a. few days' stay in  Winnipeg oiPbusiness.  C. IJ. Pollen and .1. T. Laidlaw  left Tuesday for Frank, Alberta.  on business.  Win. Lang-ley returned < from a  prospeelbig 1 rip in the vicinity  of ('old creek Tuesdav.  Mr. ami Mrs. Boharl and  family visited llie Sam Cobb  ranch Sundav.  F. E Simpson, editor of the,  Cranbrook Herald, was iu town  Sundav last.  (Jeorge Scott, Fernie, was  visiting friend* at Steele Sunday  last  Mr. and Mrs. Biniuore, Mrs.  Itussell and R. Little were out  ing at Wild Horse creek Sunday  last..  A. W. Vowel 1, Victoria, is  again in our midst visiting his  many friends. We. arc glad to  have -him with us .again.  E., Johnson came down from  Perry creek Monday, and Wednesday returned to tlie Roaring  King in inc.  B. P. Cooke, wtio has beeii em  gaged in packing suppliesl.o the  koaring King mine, returned to  Steele Monday. i  .' V.   Bannister  came  the rauch Friday.'  up  I rom  his excellency. I had to acquaint  my colleagues of the interview  whichN had with you.  In accepting your, resignation j  ill is well lo emphasize the points  of'difference between us During  my absence in Europe, without  any communication with me, and  without/ , any previous ' understanding with your colleagues,  yon began an active campaign in  ,1'avor of the immediate revision  ol lhe tariff in lhe direction of  high protection. 1 regret having been obliged lo observe lo  you that Ihis allitiule on your  part constitutes a self-evident  violation of your, duty towards  the government ol which you  were a' member.  f repent lo yon here.' what 1  told you on Sunday,"1 do nol wish  lo discuss at, Ihis moment Ihe  economic theory of which you  have iua.de yourself the champion. This question, however  imporhin^ il might be. is siihor  din.-ite lo one still more inipor'  taut ' If you had reached the  conclusion that the interests ol  the country demanded without  delay an increase of custom duties, l.he lirst thing for yo'u lo do  as a member of the government,  before addressing your views to  the public, would have been to  place theni before,your colleagues, with the object oi obtaining  the unanimous action of the. cabinet, which isthe foundation of  responsible government.  If yon had nol been able to obtain from your colleagues their  assent to the course you recommend, yon would have been obliged i.hen either 1c accept their  views, or to sever your connection with them and Ihen I'or v the  first lime you would have been  free to place your views before  Ihe public. Such wa.s the simple  course which was binding upon  you, but to remain a member of  the government and ad vocal e a  policy which has nol yet been  adopted, was an impediment lo  Ihe proper working of our con-  slilulional system, and implies a  disregard for that loyally which  all those who are members of the  same administration owe to one  another and have a right lo expect from each ot her.  I thank you I'or the good wish  es which you have < xpiV-.>o. I for  improvement of my health, and  I will make it my duly lu convey  lo your old colleagues ihose t.hai  you formulate for' Iheir welfare  and, happiness. ���Believe mo,  yours very sincerely,  (Signed), . Wil IVid Laurier.   ���  The above letter   was   written  inreply   to   the   following from  Toronto.   ���  '���Toronto. Out., ,. < )el. UOfh., To  the Right "Honorable Sir Wilfrid Laurier. Prime. Minister,  Ottawa.:     \  "My   dea.r Sir   Wilfrid  i  feel  if my duly to place my   resigna  Leach. Ottawa, visited  the   Bull  Iviver iron deposits Thursday.  SILVER   i.iKIOHN.     '"  ,^..   I ,.. ^1 ,L \ 1 ..-,,... .1-.- XT ,1���.   T~> �� 1- z ���.-  '   ~.l ilOli -HUM llh" ill il l���iV ills -UUlJlll"  son went up lo the Silver Queen  last week to lix winter quarters,  for the continuing of work on  the funn'el.'  T. T. Mevil tie, P. L. S., completed the'survey of fhe Silver  Queen group last week-.  IKON   DEPOSIT.  Reports from. Crawford Bay  are to the effect .thai the iron deposits on Orey'si creek, y tributary of Ora.wford, crock', are  showing up favorably.     A seven  fool, lead has-been exposed   in   a  i t  shall now down tuenly feet.  rTir:ni,ANn cmEi<\ '    ' '  '-'��� Robert. Little returned from  Perry creek on'Saturday last,  whore he has been engaged iu  sinking, a r)0 foot shaft on the  Highland Chief mindral claiin.  Most Brilliant,Street  Pageant   Londoners Have Sefn Sinoi-  tli-'  Diamond Jubilee.  Spi'rul Hi Tin: I'iiiKIM.CI'oK  .London.   Oct.   iVi.-��� The   royal  progress through tho  streets  of  London, which was to have been  one   of  the   great    spoclacular  I'ealtires of Coronation week, but  which   was   abandoned   i'or   the  time'being because of King   Edwards illness,  took   place   1oday  and   proved   lo   be     the     mosl  brilliant street pageant   London'-'  ersliave seen since the Diamond  ���Jubilee,    ll was  scarcely   forty-  eight hours ago that lhe   people  awakened lo a realization 'of  the  facl   thai   the  affair was to' be a  East Kootenay .Stock.  AMceil.    ' Hid.  ( Ww's, Nom Coal     4. , ���W.-'O.  NbrtlTSl  s i.ai crproccss mil i ira 11 "Tl s g ran (I-  eur a.Yid not a mere drive of the  royal family through the metropolis. ' 'Public buildings, and  business houses began to blossom  out , in holiday attire, grandstands were hastily erected at  points of vantage and in many  instances the,original plans for  the Coronation pagen.nl were  fully carried out.  11 was nearly 11  o'clock-  when  tho Rooming of cannon   from   an  ���if tlie street and seomedrto keep  time with the hoarse cheering of  the masculine element, while  children tossed out nosegays and  baskets of loose (lowers.  As a military pageant lhe pro  cession   was "well worth   seeing,  every branch of the iwo services  was   represented   .and     seldom  have ihe people   had   an   opportunity of witnessing such a large  and   representative   turnout    of  military forces.     In   addition   lo  I he detachments of soldiers there  were   a   number   of   squads   pf  sailors  and    marines   from   the  Terrible  and0 other   battleships  and all along" the route the jack  ies were greeted with lhe wildesi  applause.  Arriving   at    Cuildhall    iheir  Majesties were received by Lord  GOLDEN    PERRY    CREEK.  I!)  aFii'.;   Sullivan.    ���' .... 'i1.  Si. Kiim.'jiiv       ...  "... ,">0  Silver-load Quotations  Now York, Oct. 2-1:    "  liar Silver   .Me-xican dollar.'.         a. .  Load   ... .    '..  0(ij)|ier    ....,.'.  London.   Oul.    21.���Sil\ ur.   1'.*!  i'ii|i|ier Xu2 I Is nd: lead.'��10 I.V,  IS  -I  -I!)  50J  -10  -l.l2i  II.T��  .VI (id:  Market Conditions.  Favorable symptoms predominate, and the mining outlook, is  encouraging despilo an adverse  lead market  Weather conditions were exceptionally favorable during'lhe  past week.  The problem of adequate  fiansporlation is also disturbing  and there is already congestion  among smellers in the Kooto-  nays.  Trade     conditions      continue  favorable as a. whole.  'Fall irading is generally active  tion iu your hands, and ask you  Return from a Prospecting1 Trip.  0. J. Johnson returned I'roin a  two-month's prospecting trip in  lhe country about the head of  Hell roaring and Perry creeks.  Mr. .Johnson docs not report  having made any extraordinary  strikes, hut says that he saw  many interesting things, and  thai he made several locations,  and that he believes there will  b> some interesting developments up thai way  While up there he hail his  cam}) a.t the Roaring Ring group  and assisted in gelling quarters  fixed up" and worlc started. He  reports' ,fhaf tho'".supplies' sent  up reached there a.JI ���: right, and  that the men 'at'eanip'' had oa.bin  bu'ijt anil work" commenced on  funnel when he left.  Mr. Johnson hits great faith in  that .section   and   intends   tore  turn in file spring- and   give   his  a.I tenlioil lo t lie   dcvcloplllen  I he claims he has loealed.,  artillery detachment stationed in  St. James'-Park. immedialejy in  the rear of Buckingham Palace,  announced fo lhe ��� assembled  thousands that their JVlajeslies  had'entered their carriage and  that the, royal procession was  prepared lo move. The siafe  carriage in which their Majeslies  rode, and which was a /veritable  dream in artistic gold and* blue  enamelling, was drawn by' eight  cream -colored horses, with outriders in uniforms of scarlet and  gold. Trumpeters iu magnificent  uniforms and mounled upon  hlaclc chargers cleared the way  foi' fhe procession. Behind the  frn in pot ers gal loi >ed a _sqjuid __of  the Household Cavalry.~ Then  came eight carriages containing  members' of the royal family.  Included among the number  were Princess Real rice. iho  Duke and Duchess of Argyll,  the Duke of Connaughl, Princess  Victoria,' Prince and Princes?  Christian, the Duchess of Albany  and the venerable Duke of Cambridge, rinmedialely proceeding  their Majesties were the Prince  and Princess of Wales und Prince  l  and   Princess  Charles   of    Denmark.  The route from Buckingham  Palace to Cuildhall was through  the Mall, Marlboroughyard. Pall  Mall. Trefalgar Square. Dun-  cannon Street. the Strand,  Temple Bar. Fleet Si reel. Si.  Paul's Churchyard. Cheapside  and King "Street The enlire  route was lined with troop reinforced  bv  (he Metropolitan  olice and at the important  street intersections there with  military bunds which played the  national anthem as Ihe procession went past. Back- of the  Iroops wore lhe spectators, a  veritable sea of faces, men.  women and children, enthusiastic almost to wildness. and uncomplainingly standing on tip  toe lo see over lhe bearskin huts  of the Fool ('uards. who lined  the curbs on hoi h sides of the  street,?:' ' ���",.-���  Never before, probably, had a,  British'.sovereign, received such  a. '  Mayor Diinsdale and  t.he   Aldermen.    The royal  <parly   entered  through the Ores ham  Slreef entrance and after a, formal address  by   the   Lord   Mayor   the-'party  passed info the Croat Hall.   The  arrival was witnessed by a crowd  of several hundred   notables  occupying seals in ,a  pavilion  especially erect od1 for lhe occasion  in fhe Cuildhall yard. (   Several  of  lhe  spacious' rooms   in   the  ancient edi(ice were lifted  up  as  retiring rooms for1 the King  and  Queen     and     their    respective  suiles.     The   municipal  dinner  was  carried   out1" in  full'accordance with ihe plans which   were  .originalfyjiarricd   lo  a   forward  stage when the   Coronation   fes-  tivifics were postponed.      Their  Majesties and.the oilier members  *' t i)  of the royal I'arnily occupied scats  at a'table on a, dias at the north-  ern endrol the great   banqueting  hall.       The    company   present  numbered    between   seven   and  eight hundred and   included   be  sides tlie officials of  the  city  of  London, the heads of the various  London guilds, members of parliament and other persons of distinction. -    "    -  "   At tho conclusion of lhe   function, which lasied trom I o'clock  until    a   quarter' past   Iwo.   lhe  royal   procession   was'1 reformed  and the start  back   to   Buckingham   Palace   was   begun.       The  scenes attending fhe progress on  Ihe return journey were  characterized hy the saine  enthusiastic  demonstrations wilnossed in  lhe  forenoon.     Especially  elaborate  were   lhe     decorations    in   lhe  Southwark section, where arches  had been erected and the facades  of business houses and dwellings  pursuant lo the  original   Coronation   plans.      Near   the  end of  the'   route      when     the     royal  carriage   turned   into   Whitehall  Sireet. a thousand or more members   of  the    Stock   Exchange,  who  occupied   a   special   stand,  sang ''Rule Britannia" with Idling effect.  Late in the afternoon an  olticia! bulletin was issued slat-  thai their Majesties had stood  the fatigues of the day unusually  well and lhat tlio entire royal  family would attend ' the Coronation thanksgiving service in St.  Paul's tomorrow  The  al    the  held  Fort  .1.  genuinely enthusiast ic greeting:.'������ The .cheering started at.  the moment the King descended  the steps of the palace, and it  could still lie heard long after  ���the royal pa'rl.y had passed with-  of  in the portals of   Cuildhall.      Il  I was A popular reception in every  ' ,    '.. r   , i. .. '.  (lOiioral reports from I he min.  'nig".-'���camps   of   I lie ,'disfricl ��� an  promising  sense of the word. Myriads of  dainty ���white, handkerchiefs  lliillered in the air on either side  Provincial Tax Sale.  Provincial tax sale  Court House in  Steele was a success looking  I'roin lhe government -udo of the  question. A small number of  purchasers were present.  There were no lots offered lor  sale in Fernie or Fori Steele  Seven lots were sold in West-  port., twelve in Moyie. -Iti ..in  Warduer, ('���'-> in- Cranbroolc and  two in 'k'imbe'r'lcy. No bids being offered, for remaining lots  advertised.   ' ..  Messrs.' Robinson and Clapp  of Cranbrook were the largest  purchasers. Everything V in  Cranbrook- and Wardner was  .snapped up quick. k'iinbcrloy  lots were slow, and pre-emption  marki.it was overstocked, and  there is some left for the next  sale which will fake place in  January.  East Kootenay Placer Company Will  Put in a Steam Shovel.  For many years there has been  a strong feeling among  the  old  time placer miners   of Southeasl  Kootenay that.the deep  ground  on Perry creek contained gold in  paying quantifies.    Nearly foiv.y  years ago. a number of attempts  were made to reach   bed-rock.by '  means of shafts, the   remains 'of  whicli are still lo be seen.     The  cause of failure   invariably  was  inability io cope with the  water  with    the   crude    facilities then  available.  The    East   Kootenay.   Placer  Company, recently organized, is  now   engaged   on   one. of    tlie  largest'deep   ground' undertak- .  iiiigs^Mii-^So!Mlip'jis!--=K-ooleiifiy;~  This    company    have,  acquired   '.  several   miles, of placer  ground  on Perry Creek] which has been  .successfully   'prospected.      and  found lo warrant the installation '  of  a   large  and   modern   plant,  ditches.,.Milmes,  eic.   and   there  is  every   reason   to anticipate a  most successful issue fo this  enterprise,   and   should   it   realize  the   hopes  and   anticipations of  those directly concerned, and  of ,.  the residents of  the  district,   it  will doubtless give a strong  impetus to placer mining.  The property of the  company  consists of six leases  of placer  ground- on   Perry  creek aggre- .,  gating three miles in   length   by  r>00 feet,wide. , The deposits  in-    ,  chided   in   the   company's   property vary from 2(1 to 70 feet  in  depth from'surface lo = bed-rock.  The amount, of gravel  .which' is'  available for washing^ has  been '  'o'stimafod at over a milljon cubic  yards, and is expected to yield a "  return   of   from   $1   to  *?:*)'to the,  superficial yard.  Tho company is still engaged  in exploratory work preparatory ���  to fhe installing of a large steam  shovel, or dredge, which is now  on its way fo Perry creek, and  is expected to be ready for operation in I wo' or'three weeks.  A force of men are employed in ,  clearing the ground. A ditch of  one-half mile, and a lln'me (J.Ofi-f  feel in length i.s under construction.  In order to expediate   the  delivery   of  the steam" shovel the   <  company, with.the assistance  of  Ihe. Provincial   Covernment, has  built, miles of a wagon road,  making     through       connection  with their camp.  Immediately upon the installation of this plant, work will be  commenced and pushed to completion'' with all possible speed.  Those interested are to be congratulated in having, as a result  of their persistent efforts, what  gives every promise of being a  very profitable property.  THOMPSON*   OfTFTT.  What is known as the Thompson Outfit,  a   purely   local   company, have been engaged in deep  mining   on     Perry     creek     for  several years, and have installed  a  complete  and   powerful plant  of   pumping   and    hoisting   machinery, and   nothing  stands   in  the way of the  successful   operating orthe .ground.    Work will  commence   in   a   few   days,   and  will bo actively: carried   on   during tlie coining winter.  Morrissey Minos Closed.  The,   Morrissey   niine.s   of   fhe  Crow's Nest Coal Company, have,  been closed down owing to a. disagreement   between    the   operators and the men.  Furnace Blown In.  A third furnace was blown   in  at, the ("���! ran by smelter on Friday  Coke is now coming freely. THE, PROSPECTOR    FORT STEELE,   B.  C,  OCTOBER 2ur 1002.
S       ■'■"■'". KSTAItiaSIUSp ■ 1895: ' '■  V
A. B. Grace,
?  piTHLisiiiiu  Ayi;i. 'khttok.
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THE' PROSPECTOR,,   is'  published
every   Saturday,  "»d'»;'*  =' guaranteed.
"«IrciiJiit'ioii,-jai-«cr''tlian,;iny.,«)tl!'cr paper
In I'-jist KooieiKiy'. It i> nil home" Printed
ondcontains, double ilie news of any
other pupcrin'tlic district:
As' an  uilv'ertising   iiK"dii:.n"it   is iin-
• excelled.        •■ .,■■/■
Devote.! to i.lle upbuilding ot Port Steele, the
development of the.vast '.mineral, resources .01.
ibe East Kootenay niini'ng district;
.-iSubseriptions?''..'.::;?'.. :'.'V,-?'-.'.S'2-00, per year
Advertising rate's-made'known on application.-
Contributions are solicited fi-om alt parts of the'
district, but all matter intended for publication,
must have the writer's •signature...?,," '
SAT UR 0 A Y, OCTO B lv 1 *
I':T'. is prddieted' that Kopteiiay
? 'yAvill wilhitiVtv very short time,
have agTealeryineusurq'cvf   pros-
perity'liiau ii. ever liath.;? Oyer a
.luinipuVtoiis ol' ore will be m iued
duiuugTl902V: iiv,.'the:various, tmii-
!',iug". eaiups '■ of -'ilie,'- Kootenays.
.Siiielt'ersvare id. oppraLion;, at
vNelsoii:'::yC;raiid 7,?,P6idcs? :VT.rail.-:
Green wbocl? andiBputidaryi Falls:'
',:.; :T6'cotiniie.6ur:reuTarks to the
mineraI,:resoui;ces of: E;ist?Kopte-
Vnay ablQiievvyha;^ ra^ ricih?aiid,:i;ex:
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i -?Vw:ith.;it;   VEyei'y'niiiieral to;uhd-iu
^y''6ther: districts: of  t>he„yProymee
, ?,cthis? ^istricty^eyhave notbe^un
'?'■' -tp ?,develop the7;(iiii3i'ivi:qusvclep6svi
":t yi ts ■; 6 ff go 1 d V f s i 1 y e r! 1 etfd f copperV
V7:'irbh,!VyCoaIv*and; ;oil-;'"'' What we
■•'' 'this ?:district?; liV-we would:ddvel-
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V:. ■iQ:ense:y^alth7of. our goldy^silver,.
?: 7.irci'n,andi'coppei^deposits,*; is.Vthe;
^yVestablishii'ieut;? Vo'Y::?smeltersV i'n
?-?sui tableland': convenient;? mining;
■ i-centres;:?;'■ Every :'one•■ of these
'■',■■.vesta,blisIrmentsYwheii?placedv iff
V VandWftuxes, /uwitin'Vadecjuatc ?aud;
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;Y fV''The mining industry of Btit-
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iti0 d,eiitts,:co.in paredvwi th;oi;herMurr
7fd usti-ies^'tihan any:bt.lVei-:biisiuSs.77.:
^'^lSfeifi;Kdoten!^ca.ii' bb'readily'fig*-;
7>VuredVat.iiofViess;thaii'1.,000 Vtbus.,
Yi The? big: si Iyer-lead ini ties of. the
y?,districi^haye'eii,|iaileci .'shipments
;.?val? prefeeiilij'awai ti ng ivchange'',,) n
conditions  of   the
TJ/E have just issued a new
?.™V. arid handsomely, illustrated catalogue,:a' copy, of
which will be mailed io. any
address on request?     ■ V
Whilst It illustrates but * small
portion of our stock of Fine Jewelry,
each department of our business is
'represented   by   carefully   selected
.articles. .,     '? ':,';    .^v-. ■
.? Our stock of Sterling Sliver
for this season iss; of- special
merit. In it :here. are innumerable/gift pieces, niod-
era te i rr.price, artistic , in
design, and,vembodying use-,
fulness and durability.      ,"■ :
Ryrie Bros,y
■«.:•• .. y; Jewelers,,, V:V;:-
Tonic and AJelaido S(re<f3,
■;.'.:'":..'.':,To'ronto.. iff
iT:\kK..N<>''Vi(jk't'l'ia't'TO days
itenU' to  apiilv '
it'i'tliiit' ;I"in-
.f'liiof. C'ljtiriiiisvi'miei-, ol
13BTTCIS iiii.r^YOTTK^oi'^Tni^nKKii.m" u> iiirrrnrrsi-
thw followiiif; hitiils iii Situlli KiisiijiKoott'iiiiy--
Cciiii'tiieiiiriiiK :it the NovtliAV'i-st !UiKfc;(>f!;iii>i;it's
Prt.-i'UiptiiMi; tli^tipii'i'iisi. iilo!itT.tlii- miriljr:lii.i;l'!
■of'sW.i.U pr<-eiiiiuii?ii SO (iliaiiis. Uieiitir-TriuriTiS1?!!.
;cliains;;:ihfnii;ie Si-tist id the St,' Mhi-.v's.Kiyer,
iheik;e.foi!owitia,l,he.;St. .,-M«rw:s .KtVtM;.to--.,ih^
:piace'orbegUinit]g7? yyyoy'y-?■ y ".;?■
Y; Dated this-''i3ib!'ilay qf Ootobifr, 'A?1v 1W«. y
'f-xt'Y'Yyy'-Y'Y;fy;-:}3onyy,r:yiyfoAhY^ :
Y Tiilrty Un.vs after ;J:it« i iiiieini xoujipiy to tliu
?speciaMicense td'ctit*.tni.i,lo;ii-i-,v.aw:iy,.,i!ui'..iei-:
N'.il in- is lii-i-cliy sjiviiii; Unil, tliiriy ilnys :ifti-i'
i.liu.1',, ire Ilu- iiiiilc!-si(,'ii(.(l,. Inu.iKl tii iipply to
ilu- ,ANi,iMaiii. CoiiiMiissidiici-' <if I.iuuls anil
AViii-ks; fiM-.tlii), Dist.i-ii.-l nl l-instlyxitciiny. iiml
l.ln.' i 'liii-f Coiiiinissioiii.-r of l.uiiii.s, anil AViiCks
Im- lii-i-nsi.-.s to pruspect for coul. on tin; follmv-
wiir/, ilcsi-i'Ilii-d lands situul.i; ahoni, two,miles
iioi'l li .0,1 llii- 1' l.-itliciid Uivi'r, (MiujjuHtir.vtwI.'i'if
it)i,i'',3,JM('h.i''.r(:i'i'c){-'Trail itu-J'li.vi?iiiiii'sVi-asl iif'
llii,- i-asl ii.iuiiiliii-y liiiV ui llio (jaiiailiaii, I'^ilii'
h'aihiny ^i-niitJii^lHi; s'ouili i;u.si.portion'of lOasi.
ICootiiiiiiyDisti-ka. lii-itisli Cohiinliia. . .'?
•".-'■(A) "Couiiiiiiiuiiiii,'', ill. a'.' post ii lion i twenty
ni lifts ..,(''iist iifilii.. t'ow'i'i of JUii-rissoy.'lii'inw tlio'
iniliiil pow't ol Aiiilirw iliu-.l<«.il. iicln^ liis.iini'ni
west I'onicr. tlioia-b oast diiility -vliai-is, 'ihmii'e'
„soutlyJi«lii.vJ;|iiiiiis."Uient.,u West ei^rlity ciiuins..
Uienci7 urtrtii'oijiiiiy I'liainsto thr' place of be-
Sfiiinin;.-, L'oiilain'iiij.' six hunclrrftl iind forty acres
:..:,■.: . ....A^Oltl^W .UAClC;KT'r,y;(; ?
■.'('LSly^yuimi'iuiln^' lit!" a post heingthii'sciuili
Avi.-st. i-.'irin-i;,. ailjVu'uilt to. /Aiidi'Ow litu'lieU's'
lini-lll :«vst. i.'in-hoi- Uieni'i? i-asl I'ixlit.y ciiuins-,
tlmiu'l- iiiiiili;oi«lii:y , ii lull ns-. '"tii'»'iiii'o.'vvnsi,.«ljrliily
i.-|iaiii,s,:ilii-i|iM.'siiiith oi(,'lily Olinliis to. t'hti'pliit'ti
■tif.iif,!Kiuiiiii^Aiiiilii.i'fliih:'.'slx huiuli-i'it niulyfr'.i-iy'
iiiit-i'-s:- ","..■■■•■ '.::'■•.-■.■''■■ 'iy " '.:' '■■ ,-.-■' ■■'■' ",'■"■ .'"','
iiftt :.'.??:?:.|.:p\\'Ai;n <:oyniVi;, lin'iuor,-.;.';■
?■■•,:'„•'"',■■    ',,* ■■.■?■;'.■..'''■' ' ■'".'•    ■->.. Iluokott. .'AkimiI.
'" (C). ('oiiii'iii'tiohii.: at;;i 'ilvisi, Iii'Iii'k dii'V^miiU'
i-iisl •(•'nrill'i'; iKljai'i'iu m ■ Aiul|;i;wV li-.ii.'k'Ctt's
iiiii-|.li. wesl'■(■i'fi'iiiir:a|iciii''i.i noi'lh "iiihi.y VoliuluVl
Uii.'iit'i-wi.si i'l,'.;lii.y,i.-li:iliis.,i.liciH'<1 SDiilfi'.oi^ltly
i'hiiii)S,,:Uii-iii,i:i,':lt,i ol;.; lily .tilliii ns 'io'Vilu"; piiu'n
of -Uicjil nil llii-'.' I'oiit ill il j ii« sl\( Iiu nilj-fi'1 inul'flii'ly
Ui-rcs... ■:.:'.,.•■-..'..'■' •.■.:.:,';'. ■■-..„?. ..',',:!,■?.-'■?   ?;?■■
:, VV . ', imVon's i.^Kt,iiNi.:ss; i.tviftoi-l
'„■'.'? '">■■■ ?An(lio'.v llarWi'iv,y\);i)iit? ,.:
(l)i '('olniiH'iii'iiiif iil?i".|iii,sl lii'iiitr llus norlli
,c:isl iMi'm-i'! ■'iiiljiii'oni'-V/.Ui "■ Alulrcw. I liuiliiiil's
iiorlh wi-sLi-iAi-!n.;r, lh(;lu'ii Ayt,...l,:oiMlity cliiulis,
ilituioi' soiulinlclityyliiuiis. thorny, oiisv (ilniilX,
i'liuiiis. itii'iu'i.' liiii'ili oi^rluy"i'liiiliVS i.Vi tlio"'iiliit'Vi
yf boi;|niiuii;. L'limalniiuriiLv1. iiuiidruit and forty,
,in-ivs, ";.. '■'■;■'. .?,:"■"■ ?' ?■: '" .?" ■'. ■; :; ,:„ ■ '■",■':
.;?: : ■'. ::' ,iii-:i,i-A■'■if. HackK'rMVi:.ooiitoi??;SV,
■ '.'?■':    yy; ■';■? VVV?. '''■■■' -A-. llavif«-''tt,.'A>!i'iiit,:'-'.
,? (!•'.)':"ir,iiiiiiii!iii'i:ii!! ;if ii post?lH.'i[ijrTli'«. noi'th"
iMKst'il'iiirni'r.ft'boiii. t wonty t wo in llus- oVisi of iiii'
town ,'of ,\lqrri>s;oy,  biilnj' tho iiiltuil.'post tif
''^^-r' Ii'f*>'*',>! l'.,-!>.'.,*'>"^*'t-'A!lAJ,5".i 1-lVt*-"-*";*%iVs>^,*,*t»'l»t'S!-«iliUi«i'sTi
ttTn ''pi>|ii't;iii~Fiiii> iioi'th wist, i-onior- or;'Andrinv,
Uiii'lci'ii'sVi'.laiiiii'itliiVm-o soiilh; oiurhty fliaiiis,
,llit'iiL'i; tiiisltiiylity i'iniinS,;; thoni'v. nortli 7bijility
iiliiiitis in't'lii;'.'()iiii'V>'of liiiiiniiiii;.', c-6|iialiiiii'|; sii"
:tiiiilil rtiti'iiiu! fiii-iy ncrt-Si? ? "7 ? ? fY't/^YYf
■fifffyy.: V':V-i<)H».l''A:iU0'Y,:L&'!ltO!;rY;
■777 - fyfy: 'ft:?.?..: '     ■"VA*'.M'VKvt^ A'Ke'.'Wv-.'
; ';'fP:yif:,;tVoin'ui(,iic|ii!i.^i'i.'''ii bosV; heiiiH' tlio?iioi'tli
\vast  conn"!-, adjacyiit.to tliu norlli eastj'tipriior.
'uliaiiisy tiioiic',o,L'iis|;o.i|.'lit.y t'liain's, thence'north:
,i: KyRcddy's claim, thence south eighty chains
tlicnci; west eij-'hty eliiiins. thence north oislily
clmiiis. tlicucc I'iist"ciKhty chains lo 111.* nlm-i'
of lii'i.'iu'iiin'i;. ••onlMiniii!'- rt'ld acres.'■■''■■    ;
'   Y  ' VllVA) UAl^UU'IN. I.ociuin. '
."'.•? . •■■ A. IlHekeit.'At.'cnl. .".:
S. C'oinmcnciiij* al a,„]iost heiui"; tlio. ni'iitli
west ccirncr iidjaci-nt'to tin- souih easl' cor lie r
or .1 I'". IteiUly's claiin. iheuciV. cast .eighiy,
i-liiiins. thence souiii ciirhty chaijisVtlieiiceAvesl.
eighiy chiiiiis. liienee iioi:tli eighty,'eh'iiiiis I"
IhV; place nl lioyiiiuiiii,'; eoniaining rtlU acres. %..
■ ■.'   . ;■ lIl.Hili.MeUUlltlC, iVocafor.
.':?'■ ■•.''. ...'■ vV.'IlaeUell. .Ageiil.
,-■ 'o, ■,  , ■   ■   y",y.'y ,.'■■'■■ "..;■■ '■
T. .('oiiiineueiii!,' at a posl lieiut; the,south
.west eoriiei'iidjiieeiil to ihij.'soulh eiist eoi'iier
of J. j'1. Iteddy's elHlui, thenee north ei^lily
eliiitu.s. Ihenee east eighty chains, thence sou th
eighty.chains, theues,west ei^hi-y ehaIii-!' 10 the
place ot'jieifliiuliiif, comuliilii^ 0411 acres. »
fyy.y.fy V : , >V; A?HACKICT:h Lo|iitlor..V'y';
":„■ yy'...    ',.,,,' ''.• ;:■■■■    - A.ilui'hei.i, AKeni?''"'.,-':
IT? (.'ouiiiieiielnt! at a poist lie'linf ilie soutli
eastVcuruei ubout 'twenty, two miles souiii
easl of the lowiiciif, Morrissey,,and aboul six
niiles east of the easl boundary line,of Iheeniir,
rtdlaii Uiietlle Kallway Kiaiu lioiiiifllie iiiilial
postyof 'Itolimt KiisseU's olaliii.'j llionce wt'sl
eli;hly clialn 10 » point utljuconi to.ihe, soiilh
enslVe'iirnei', of \\r. A. Uui'liell's oliilin,'tlience
uoi'tiiVlithly eliiiins, llil.!iiei),easl.'eli{li 1 y, ehains.
Ilii'iice souiii eighiy ehuliis lo llie.place..oI ln:-
glii'uliJK. coiiliililliiK IHO ucres.. ? ..', ., ?'?
7 V , ,V:'.V' IfOUKIt'lV 'UUSSKI.L, Locator.
W'?' " Yi'--j;f-f':X: llueki-lii AkviiI. ''■'■
:-;'V. eoiiiiiiiiuelnu at « posl lieiii|f llie inirlli
oast collier iiilJHceiii io the, soutli i-asl77coriii:i-
Of ICohei'l. KiisseU's irlului, llieiiee- west eigiity
eliiiins,. llienee souih olifhiy chains, llienee eiisl
elKluy chalii>i, llienee norlli elglny eiiiiiiis lo
llie place 'iif, iieKliiiilUK. c6iilti|iiin|{ 0-ill acres;. ;,,
Y 'Y fy ?..•,:; K.I'I.l'll'il.l.il'SVl.ocatiir,?.,
:: .■:'■„.."' :'y.y-.-Y-y-y-y ■;■ \. llaektili,-AKeiil..
'■■ ;:',\V.i Ooiniiieiiniiig ai; a posl. being the liorili
\(;est corner aitj'.i'eeni 10 the .south east eoiiieiof
Uolierl itussell'.-i ciiilui, llienee eiisl eighty
ehains,-. llienee .soiilh elKlity-Vhu I lis. ? Iheiice,
west,eighiy eliaiiis.'viheiiee iiorili,,eii;hly I'lialiis
from the'following descr j,l>ed: • laud   yii   Satulj eltrtity cU;iiiisvi.liince'\vo-si_eit.'.lityi chains to llie
creek iu? the South'erarV'i vision of East ■ -jvijou?- I place of befniiiiiiij.'Veoui.aininj,' six.liundred.aiid
;tiily Uis'trictV .Ooiutiieuc\t!i,'7<it:a post planted at
ii; iii l?a'ifs:le.v's:northwest oo.fu:-;..r of' Ola'iui Xo'V
.thiiiiee north eighty.eh;iiiis.'ihei:ee■ e»si:i e.lffhty
cliains, tlienctVsouth'^
eij-hiy^ehuiris to iiii.',point,6f eoiiiuieneeuiiint.'
V be totwr-.l M; ■ t*H:' 'f '■ ii ii- ■ V ■■' ■;'?. t'::' YY'i'i
:fy^-' ■ ■Y:'Ywyfyi.A^GiiKY.YCn^\mS^:.y'Y:
;■*■•.■■■'.■ y...;.7yy;'-.iS":7,'7  ••.-■ ..--.-  <■ ■■■:■■■■,■ .7.,■■■■ .■■-..
.forty acres. ?  ?- «' ■'■<■'-"■■ •;?,.. ■,:"...    *"
'■<;".,.: i'iy'f y ;■■:. .I(>lIN:>lAU|.:K.'!r.O(;aioi-;7,.V7
.V,.: '"■''■■.■';'.',;.'.' '•'■'•' '■ - VV-; Vi,; ■.';cv'A'.":ilaeltt!it". Aiieui;,?
; 7, (CI) : Coin ilieiiei iijr (.lit-; a'post beiiiff,l tlie sou th
wist corner, niljiiceiil. to.the north ,easi?eorner
of 1,!iihi'i [.'alley's, claini, ..theiiee north, eighty
chains., theiii'eeiist eighty eliiiins.,thence south'
eighty eliainsMlieneew ?st eiglity. chains to the
pltieo.or beiiiiiiiiiij,';,eon lain iiiir'?si.\ hundred aiid
fp'rty.'.iiei'es'/-',--.??,■? Yfi"-'if Y.YY',,:'■■'YYfyfyyy;
t:.'- 7.j,?V?7?:?:.,7... .". ;!;ll?.',l.;;l'.6ti A N,7 Locator.:.;??
^for :i special ;-.lic'ense-. b3,>eut"aiid carry?itway;j ?y .'??VV?'?' ?VV::": 'V T'.'y yi"'<7 7l'''y'yS"l V'-
timber fi-o'ni ilie;io*ii6wi.u^'dtjsc'rlCedJiiiiilU fttVi post'jbein;,' the souih
■ate oil SaiiUereeli'iii ilie:Southerii; Divisiony^
.'KasvlC.obte'ha'jvpistrlet.?;-^ j'of.:'Johii;:l',ali(:y?s:;:clii.ini.:.lhoiieeViioi'th, eighty,
piiiiiUHrat'J. 15. Lans-ley's iior'tlieiist coriier: rif|cliaitis, IhciieoVwes't eighty ciiains; liieiice sou tli
Glaitii-No?l,; thenee;iiprth;eiKhtychains,: thenee?' eighty, chai lis.: tlieiieeeiikleighty, eha ins; to ihe
:east"eii,'hiy eliains';: t.hijnce.sou tli eii'ii^^
VTliirt^itiays afief datci. I'i 11 tend la'aiiply.'iq^
'thei'Ciiieti'Comiiiissibner.'.of -.Lands; and' AVorks;
ITTTlIg plaee. of7^ITiinTi^eo'iilafinii"B",Tufl"'aci-es;!
yy '-??.:,,:-'?'' ■ffy ,f '■'. yVtilaekeii, Atjciiii, ■
,\".;?l;'oiniiiaiieitiir at'.a', post; being:, ilie, souih
fwest.eoriier ailjueeiit 10 tlie .south easl corner
of Itobiirt l{U!J.seli".s elaiin,' i.he.uc.eiiorili eighiy
eliuinsvllieiice eiisL.i-l«h(..y chiiiiis, theiiee .sdtiili
I'li-lity :clialiis,,then<,'e;wi',st.ei(jht.v.eiiaiiis lo liie.
plaice iif'.Jjefiiluiilii'^'.'/eoiiuif iilhg'tlio tiei-iisV: Y. f if
7? ° V if; .IAMKS ANUKltSOM: Loeaibi-?:'?'".
"iffyfyfyf :?y"?VV??V '.A^HiiiijceliyAKeiil.::?
7 ,Y. Couiiiieiifling at a.'pb.si beiiig. ihi; libriiV
easl eoriier aboul Iwenly; two utiies sbuih eiist'
of llie town of Morrissey beltiff liie -Initial post
ofJosephKigbys, elaim, llienee souih. etklil.V
chains, ihenee .wesl, eiuh'.v chains, liieiice
norlh eit-hlyi.'hains to a ijointiadjaceni id tiie
souih ?wesl corner' of. K. K. •'Phillip's;: claiin.1
llienee eu'sreiglityeliaiiis to plu'e.e nrbeuiiitiinV,
coutaliiingmi)acres? 777 Vl'y; 'V'?".-., ?iy ■' 't;.--;(-~-
'if;; '.?: Vi pii Ki»ii: itio u v V i.oi-a'lorV: V V
'■'■."■...y ;.y- yy i-y-y.-y i-if. ; f. Haeketi, Auenl.
■::-. '/.:'■■ C.'oininenciiig at a post, being tlie.norili
rweslebriiei-adjaeenlylo tlie'.'-iioi'iii'io'ast'.'f.'oi'nei"'
of .loseph Uigby's claim.r;thehoe south?eighiy
ciiains, ilience east eighiy chains; Uie'ncc north
eighty chuins, ilieiice wesl'-.isighly eliains lb liie
plai.'e of beglniiiiig, i:oaliiiiiiiig,64il acres?'"'■'■'-.
'"'V:.:VV:?V;Y:7ft!;AN.lJI{K W, OK|.U':N?Lbi'atoi",YV'::
'if V;V'y ? y-VyY ■-'VVV/yY77-VVUaekeitv'A^eni,':V.
;:'Oated September III1, 'A';p.';-lTwi.''V !?y y"?:^!-:-
Alienbe west eighiy "chains to Uieptint:;9'fycbm-
nieiiceiiieiii;V""::VV:?.77V:ffi;V?..V..V7?V:VV :?::','?
V:diit<iljir:iatli? IBOi,? ? VsyV 1 Yf "Yfffy.$.;
?'Yl\f YytY Wy.Iy.LANt: LK'fejgiitiin'Noyi;
l.lie  (;)xisting
'yvTtVisV ([uito
./jibini; "0tit- the.',,,,
creasjiig 'minuvnl
and „ VVinderinoiio
'sion".s'. -Also tho
; unnccqssa.Ty. VJtq
vast nind. ovci'   in?
he I^oi*t: StOble
mining Ydlvi-
I'avorable   con-
.■ ditidns I'oi-: Vthti? location bf?;a
sinert.br. .ati some; point in the
Kootenay.valley.     Biitthe niqst;
V important   feature: of a•'smelt;'-
-ing  plant  isVits   1 ocation. in respect to{supplies of ot'os, Vfliixes,
and generalV facilities;- for trans:
: portation..y {The ,   Crow'sJ>--Nesi;-
'railway, "iind tlie Kootenay Cen-,
'VtraV railway, , when , completed,
.'willserve a, large   mineral   pro-
V'ducing-dis,trict.     V. V ■:'■'. ■''.
.From, i tsi : nattt ral adajitabi li ty
the'■■;Kootenay vailey has a decided advantage  Over  many other
, po i n ts .as a '1 ocatio n f o i* a s m el -
ter,   it • would,'.b6y situated   in  a
; beau ti f ul • val 1 ey i ir close.proxi m -
ity to ait abundant supply of coal
and coke,, immense , deposits of
lead, copper and ironypres, fluxing ores containing fair-values,
water power is also available, as
the Elk and Bull Rivers; which'
drain the western'.slope of .'the
Rockies, never run dry, and tlii;
navigable    .  Kootenay       passes
?: 'I'lilrtyVdays-' after date' jV intend ..to apply'to
■ the Chief Commissioner of Lands and .Works
'for ii .special Iiceiise/Co .eu't?iuid :carry ?awily
t'iuibei" froiualiu_following.^described lands siiii-i
ale'd in the Soiltiiern Divisionbr.HastlCobt'e.ii-.i'y.
■Dislrict, commencing at a post 'planted;;pit; the'
eastern1 boundary of .Lot -iriSlO.ipifo: half-mile
.soutit of 'wliore said '.boundary"Funning'.north
first crosses Siuid creek? tlience .north eiglity
chai lis. thenee east eighty, chains? Uienee'sou tli
eighty eh.:iiii.s,.itlience jvesl'eighiy:chains to tlie
poiiit of coinniencpiiieiit; ?   ,?
October irttli.lfliii.    :?;,  ?   Y ■:    ,    ,.?:   ',.','■;';
tlii :      '•'..?:.',:.'.)...ii..,LANOLKY,.:Claim. Xo..'l.,v.
'■y ''- ' ;:;y;Y NOTICE,'Yfy.YYy ':.yy
V/l'liir't'y daysafter date I iiite.iid to iipply to the
Ciller Commissioner of Lands 'and Works for a
special license to ciil. aiid'carry away tinibtr
from' the '.following deserilied.laud .situiued ;oii
Suud ci-eek In the Southern Division of , Kast
Kootenay ', District. Commencing at. a post
planted at J'.'B, .Langley's nortlieasl eorn'(frl'of.
Claiin No. \. thenee east eighiyxhains?' ihenee
south eighty chain's, llieiiee west eighty chains;,
thenee no'rlh,eighty.chains to the poiiit of'eom-
uieueemeiit.   ,; ■■   ?:-? ? ?    ?■        •'■ "   ;.:■',.   :( ■'
October ltftii.l90i. ;-.,   '-';.■'   '■<■'., i 'Yf .,.-;' '	
■13 .7  .-..y.V;J. H.LAXtlLKYVciaiiii Xo?2,: .'
:J;,V< A.;,lla«iltett;: Agent,
yXO'l'tOK is. hereby giyeii :i,liat': Ihiriy days
lifler dale'We:iiiie'iul to:apply:ipVibe; Assislinii
Coiiiiuissioiier of J.aiuis aiid-'\\rorlcs''-.fOivihe:(ii.s'-'..
li'jiei ofji'lasljlCooteiiiiyv and tlie Chief Com'inis-.
Sioiier.i.if l^aiidsaiid ,!. Works.; for:: a   license;,; io
.: (FOItM   V.).
through lhe entire valley   nori.l
for more sulpliide
K'oolenay lias be-
quesfion with tlie
and" south;
.The demand
smelters in ilu?
Coine a serious
mining .industry oti account, of
the largely incrcasi'd production.
Ua.pifalists, ,al the present time
who ariV seelciriK great f)ppo'rtu-
hitie's, 'should, look" info
vesfigaic the .cliiiiices
presents themselves for
liient iu the K'ooleiiav  vn
and in-
: which
in vest -
NOTICE.''. ..':  ,7"-V-,
':'Asliliind'' Mineral,Clai ill -iitiiate. in tlie'Vort
Steelft.Miniilg Division of Kast Kootenay pis-:
'trict. .  ?       .. .?' .'? .     ■ y   ,.? ■:■ ■  '
Where lb{,'ated:J-Oii the, wesl side or llie
wnsi lii-Hiicli of Si. Mary's jUver. .
Tain.' iiulic.' Hull I. .Iiiines A. Ifarve.y, lfree.
Miner's C'crl'tli'iitc Xo.V "H--t:W00"' agent I'm-
.loseph li. Wri'glii.: l-'ree Miner's Cei'tiiii-iile No..
■■'lt.*.i:«M"", inlend., slxly ihiys front lliu dale
li.-i-.-ol. la iipply In tlie Mining Kecordei-'I'fir il
('i.'rlilictile of Improvement*, for Ihe purpose'')!'
oiiiitiiiing ii'Ci'iuvii (liiini oi .lhe above claim.   ■'
Auil.fiii'lhi'i- hike noU'i.-e ihal aciiou. '.nidei-
-,i-.'liun ;ir, niusl be comini'n.ci-il bel'oi-e lhe issil--
-.iii-i- .il -.u.-li (Ii-rllli'-aleor jiiiprbveineiils.
tiatnil lliis Uth liny of Seplemlier, lllll'J.
II- .   ,I.,A. IIAIIVKY.   .
Notice to Delinquent Go-Owners.
i any person  i
.Jjl-.^l V-lll-llu
his  iiilei-esl
ir  pi-i'-
in  the
nil  llie
it is an undispi.il.ed fact Miaf
some of fhe best mining .proper-
tics ,'iu Southeast K'oolenay are
tributary to Kurt Steele.
■'I'ii'-W. II. Lstiiiheri, or 1
-.nils to whom lie ur.J,hej
li:r. eira iisti-ri ril I bul r n
My.igul and Alia, mineral claims, slliial
.V'irlli liiain-li nl llie SI- M.-iry s Klver In llie
I-'nrl Sli-rli! Mining Divlslnu of l-lasl, Konlroiay
anil riii'iirthiil in'ihe olliee nl' UiivMliilni' Ifeciir-
derai l-'orl s'leeie.
Vim and each nf ynu an- liei-i-liy nni llleil ihal
i have cx|ieiiili-d (Kii'i.m in iis.si-ssini-ni m.rli mi'
i !n- u In i'. i- uieiiH'iii.-il inlii.-i .i I. i'liuiiis shh-i- lln-
llrsl day ol. |.'el,|ilai'V, l«!« lllliler Ilu- prnvls-
loim nf ilu- mliii.-al Aim. aiid II wllhln IMKIiiy's
Innn lln-iliiu-.of Ihin iii.iii-i. ynu fail, 'oi- refuse
In i-oiilrHiiit.. \-nur pnrtiii'n nl Sln-ii ex |i.,-mll I lire
Ingiillier wiih all ensis nr ail\'ei-li>inir. ytnir anil
i-ai-ti nl yiiiir iiileresK in said elalmS will become the. properly of t li'-'iniilcr^ie/iied itinli-r
M-ellnll I ol ail A'-l eiilille.l An Ael to Amend
lhe .Mineral Ael. I!«.»i. ' ■     ,
Dated al l-'m-l Sleele ihis liiib day.of Si'pljuii-
b.'.r.'.llK'i-J. . •"•■" -1."
:we,st,ooriiei',about, twenty^nvb'uiil.os.nortli'easi
i:ol^.tlie.1lo»-ii:til'-AIoi-j;isseyi.l)eiiigthe initial post
bl ,0. .C." JI j. I ler.'S clai in. llienee sou lit eighty
cliai lis?io'!a? point adjacent? to'llie norih 'wesl
corner oi', I'ldwaril'Ciiyell's,clai ni. theiiee 7 east
eighty .chains, theiice?iiorth eighty 'chains;
,thence .west, eighty eliiiins ''to'.' llie pliice of lief
ginning-, coiitaiiiiiigsi.x hundred and forty acres
] ■'. I ■ ? ': ,'".'.' :: V O ■ i'- AI1- Q' '•* >t r.oea io r. 7
'-   y    '-'■        "':  " ' v     .?     A.:ilackeii, Agent.'..
'.[.IJ Comineiiciiig aWiV post .beiiig the south
west eoriivii;. adjacent to the norlli: west corner
oi' O. C.71 'Miller's;.claim, tlience,north eighly
ciiaiiis, tlieiiee east eighty (jliaius; then'ee.'soulh
eighty chains':.llienee west eighiy chains to the
plnceof beginning:1- containing six hundred and
forty acres.:    7        ■? ;.- '-. .i„V
'■'':.. '■:■.' ICUOKNl': TOUSLKY. Loeatoii. ;.
'".•. ■','•',■' ,   A. Haekett.Agent.
[KJ Coniineneiiig lit a.post,being, the' north
eiist corner adjacent to lhe iiorth west eorner of
0. C?Miller's claim, thence south eighty chains
theiiee west eighiy chains, thenee noith eighiy
chains.?tlieiiee easteighty ehaiiis io the place.
'■ (.IKOIIlll'l MUitNl I AM. Locator. ..
'; ' ■■■--,'-;.:■' 777, ,; 7 ' ■ Vi A. llaekett, .Agent. -.-
[Lj Comnicneiiig at a post beiiig thenorth
wesi cbriier.about I'ighieen niilesiiorUi eiist of
tlie town'of Alorrissey being Hie initial' post of
i'. .S.tJyrne.'s eluiiii,' thence soulireighty ehains
thenee,east, eighty.chains to a poinl iidjaceni 10
lhe norlh west corner of Delia !•'. ItaeUeu's,
cla un.ll.ienceciiorih eighty chains, tlieiiee west
eighty chains to the jilace of beginning, con-
tii'iiiing.iUU acres.   7.,.;', ''"       '?
,': , ■■'. '     i'- S.ilYltNI.:. Locator.'  ,
'■".    ■''.?•'■• A.llaeketi, Ageiil.;
[M| cbiiiuieiielng at-a. p...st being the souih
west cornet' adjacent 10 llie.north, west corner
of IV S. Ilyriie's claim, theiiee norlli eighty
chains; theiiee east eigliiychal lis. llienee soil til
eighiy clmiiis. ihenee.west eiglity ciiains 10 lhe
place of beginning, conlainiiig lllll.aci-es.
'    •■.,-' V     iMAKV'FAlil'IY.'Loeato'r. '
V . "•'        V A. lla'ckuttj Ageiil.
[N)    Coniiiieiicing 111 a'posi lieiiig the south
ensl eorner adjacent to the iiorlh   west  corner
of  I".   S.   I'.yine's claim':  llienee. norlli   eighty
eliiiins.   iheiice   west   clghly    ehaiiis,   thenee
souih oighly chains. Llienee east eighiy   eliiiins
Id Lhe. place iif lieglnniug. coiitaiiiiiig ti-10 ucres.
' iIKOUOK IIOIJSI':. l.oealor.'
A. iliickell. Agent.
O.    f'liinuiencing al   a   post being  the  north'
cast corner ililjiicenl In lhe  norlh   west  corner
ni',1V   S.   Hyrne's  claim,   thence  snulli eighiy
ehains. Ihenee west eighty chains, theiiee uortli
eighiy ehaiiis. I heiice'easl eighty chains to the
place (if lieglu'iilng. eiiiiiiiliiing dlil acres.
11 Mi ildll.; MILLI.'.lf, I iiuir.
''   . ,  ■ .,   A. Iliielielt, Agenl.
j'. 1 'oiiiiueiieing at' a post belng:the norlh
ciisl. eoiner aliiiul elj.ilileen iiillcs east of llie
lown of Men issey iind ililjiicenl In the -.snulli
wesl. corner nl  Delhi b'. I liii-kcff's elaim, theiici
iiig describbii'laiul siluale bii Oil Creel; iiii>i,lie
Souiheasiporti(iii brVKusi? kbbreiiiiyVDist'ricl
.'vVVfAl Coinineiieliig. al a poslpialiledaboiii
live niiles -ri'oiiiV.l'ii'eVliuerh'alioiiiii^lliiiiuilary
iindiivii liuiidreii feel,east of Oil Creek being,
ilu: iiorlh easi corner adjacent 10 the souih west
corner 01 William Astley'.s (.-lalm, llienee south
SO cliains, llieiiee w^est 811 chains, theiu'e north
.HOChains, thence east 80 chiiiiis to lhe place of
begiiiiiing conlaiiiiug tUO acres.
-'"■;.     IOKO. llHUINClVLbcaloi-:1: ;.'
,"■.-'•'„.■ .','■ ■:'"'   :';      .Ios(»ph,:AslieVj Ageiil??- '
,   Diiled UiisBlh day of Oelober.lild-j. , ,."'■'." y. :'.';■
[15J Coniineiiciug at a post planted about live
mile's from the International lioundary and 200
feet cast of Oil Creek being ihe .north east corner adjacent to the .south west corner of J. b'retl
Uitcliie's claim',.tfience.south 80 ehaiiis, theiiee
..west 80 cliains, thenee north 80 ehains, tlience
east 80 ehaiiis lo the place of beginning. Con-
tuiningtUd acres. ,  ? :.     "',■:.','■':'
t--'■   - .IOSF.1'11 ASTLKY, Lociupr.' .:■■
"^'Otiled this Bth dayofOetober, A. D., 1902   ?
(.CJCoinmeiieitig at a post planted about live
niiles from the Interiialioual llouiiidar,\ and'200'
feet east of Oil Creelt beiiig the tioiihwest
corner adjacent tothe south west corner of .1.
Fred Kitehie's elaim thence south SO eitaiiis,
thence east 80 chains, llienee norlh 81) chains,
Iheiice west 80 ehaiiis to ihe'plaee of beginning.
ConliiiiiingtUO acres. „   ■ ?  -
y   WILLIAM ASTLKY, Locator.'
,   ,   '     ,? Joseph'Astley,:Agent.'*'"'.
Dated lliis eih day of October,, A. I)., 1.002.
,■'•'[!>]•'' CominenoiiiK al .V posl planted abo.ut
live miles rroui^.Uiu International lioundary
and 200 reel easl of Oil Creek being llii: noilh'
west eorner adjacent 10 llie sou lb .west corn ;r
or Wllliaiu Astley's claim, thenee south 8U
chains, thence east 80 chains, llienee north 80
chulns, thence west 80 chains, to the place of
beginning. : Containing »H0 acres
■1IAKVKY J. 1IAKHIS,  Locator.
'.'..■'■''41 • ■■.   , Joseph, Aslley, Ageiil
Dated thlsttth duy of October, A. 1).,'mm.
' r y NOTICE. ,■■■.'■
Notice Is hereby given, that thirty days after
■ late.we. llii'? 'Lindcr.sigiu.d. intend Ui apply to
lhe assist.;! 111. i.'ominlssiiiiier, of Lands anil
Wbi-lts'for thi' District of lCast. Kootenay, and
to the Cli.iel' Obinnrissioncr ?of Liiuds and'
VVoi-ks. for licenses U: prospect,I'or Coal mi Ilu-
ro!lowing iti.'scribcd luiiils siliiate on lhe ,1'Miil-
licad Ulvi-r in the Snuih least p'ni'tion .of. Kast
Kooiemiy District'.. ri'ritlsli'(.'.'oliiiiibia'.'' ,;   ? . V
(A) Ciiinini'iii.-lngiiLii post oli the (-ast side of
lhe l.'lulliead Kivcrnlioui twelve.miles from the
liileriialioiiiil Hiiiiui'liiry i.ine. bi'iiig'iniilal poAl
of Albert Id^.Tiighii ill's elaiin, sou 111 wilsl, eorner.
ii'djo'ililiigJ.!ly.!i:i'n! Ji'trlz',;; eliiini. iiii I lie.iii'rl h
casi: , tlieiiee'(.'list' 8b: chiiiiis: tlieficenbi-th 81.1
chains: thence wcstSD chains';:, thence ^o,iiliit8ii
chains lbilie place of ,lie|l;liiiiing. cbiiiuliiliig l.Ub
acres. ;„:';'.',;'■ ''■ "•■■', ^ ■"''?■'?'";'?,',■ ■ ■" •■ '-.-■■■ ?'
,,;?',:    y ALIJ'nillT HwlNOUAM. LocaiOr, ?; ...
.,-"'"(I.b'.''< 'oiiiniciiciii'.; nt: a; 1 lost lielng ilib...norlli
wesTciiriici- ailjaceni. i.oihi-'son ill wesl - coriier
bf?A'llii;ri: 10; I jig li 11 in'"s" eliiiin". llienee- Casi, so
clialiis. Iheiici'Siiiiili HO chiiins; ilii-'iieit'.^viisi HU
chains.; thence norlh 'SO ehnins lb the' jjlacc of'
beginning, coiitainihg lijli acres, '.y VV," " ..
■ ?Y I^KI'UillOWMA^. LbV'iii.bK ?? :
.: f~, '.■'■■■ ®:' 'A''lhe'rt"|.:;:'liigiiuni'.''Ag(''nii.Vr-;'.
(C) Ooiiiiiiciiclngai u post, being the south
east corner, ad jaceiii;:lb the siiiilii. wos'V coruer
Ofr. Albert '' I'I. I iigiiaiii'S'ehiim; iheiice 'wesl
eighty e.luiiiis? LlieiieiA iiorth SO chains, Ihenee.
east eighty chains Iheiice soutlreighty chains
10 lhitjiliicc iii' beginning; 'containing i'.-H!acres.
y :.YY-!it.'i:fi.'.\n.!iiC..8liA'l>lill, Liii-auir. , "
.-■■?.'■ " V   ' yAlbert K;: Jngliain. Agent. ;?;y
? (i'>) ? ('oiniiicuciiig .11.1 ii post bei lig I he north
,   yj■ ■■ ,  ■        ' ,;„.. , .       ,,.'
easl eprncr. adjaceni.to.Llie'souLli  west corner
of  Albert" 1':."., Inghiiiii's  claim,  ihence'south
eighty ehaiiis, fheiici.'wesleigiilyc.liaiiisVlhcnce
iiorth eighiy cbaiiis: iheiice iiiisl, eighty chains
iii the place or I icgi 11 nf'ng.contain ing IUn. ucres.:
f:?,?.':,. 'i'tyy':. U-'0.li>\ Itil J IlllTZ, Locnior.V V
yy., '.'    , ,!■(.:.:.'        y, Albbrl; JiV'Inplianii.Agoiil.     '(,
?: (10) ; Cbniineiicing'.it a post being; tlii:,south
wesifcoriicr iidjaceiiL to lhe sotith'Veast cbi-iiei'
of AI bei-f 10; I lighain's eliiiin. tlience: cast biglity
eighty;chains;; tlience. sdiiih.'eigiiyy, (diaiiis to
llie place ol'"lieglnuiiig.eoiilainiiig iuil acres."■■';
Sti; CliAKLKS llil5IU0iriwi'lJei'KKVl^!c:ilor
■yffy '.-Y. ■ Y'-'"> i yAlbei-l. IO,.,riiKli!iiii:,'ABeiil..',',.'V*y
jwesl corner, udjii'e.tuii,' lo.ilii-.soniii  east corner
of i\ll)(',rl' 10. I nghaiii's c.Iajiin; iheiice eiist eiglity
chai ns,Ihenei.- soiilh eighty chains, thenee west,
i-.ighl.y chains.,flleiice:iiori.li eighty'ej.ui.iiiK to tin:
place of l».gi nni iijr.coi 1 tii iiii lig'llii acie.s;,   fyi'".-
Y";'.ttiY V; I a '/,'/<l I'!? M'eyi'.NU'l (.AM? f;oeai,bi;I: if
iVVV   V?     :.7Al|iei't:,iO..|ngii:iiii.'Agenl; 7;   7
''V'.'{0)'»''i'.-niriinbiieiiig"fi.t,'ii post beiiig  ilie?souLli
H'iisL edi;iiei-?adjai'eiit to * lhiy;.s'oii'l.ii''e;i.si.:,yiii-iior
of sir Ciiiirles I lllibi'ii.Vriipppr'.s clai.iii.Vliienco:'
east eighty :cliiiins. theiiee,nortli eighty;chain.s,
theiiee:wesl/eighty.chiuns. Iheiice soutli eighty:
,cliaiiisli),l:lie pliice of bbgiiining, coiiiaiiiiiigillli
acres.:';,. .;■ ''y ''■:■;'"■ ■■'"'■-ff.y:;-:... yf ...<::'",:;;. ",:'",:..■
'yyiff ;.../ ?.V7>IAi'!ioi'.iil!';;i;Z,Vf;beiitbi'.V:;.V.
"V?7 V ?V-' ■ Yy;;?,:V A1 bert 10.',1 iigliani.'.Ageiil.y'V'1
: :,flO'lCoiniiieiiciiigiit'ii: post;befng the norlli"
\vest?ebi;uiM-?iuljai:i'lit. .ioliie si;iiiili/Jeast corner
ofSic C'iinrlesllibbei'i /riippei/s eliiiin? iliciice
eiisl'eiglity chains, ihenee.; sou ill eiglity chains?'
'l.)iOiicb.W(:si;e.iglily eiiiiiiis,- tiioni:e,iioi-i.li,eighty
'elialiis;,i;ii. ilri?'|daee, of Vbeginiiiiig. ciiiiiaiiiiiig
'il-niaei'bs.'V.V: fyj'- :Yyy:Y:<:'y:-ti- 7,;:""'?. '■;'.■''■:;::■.
ffl •?:./;.?'?: Vi.LITO Y/liO \VM ANV I'.oea tor?;:'.":.;,
,i.f'-yty,:'.'.':"ft: ■'.".:,Albert, 10Vlnglinm-Agbnt,?    V
'':;[l.'|,;'C'p;ninoni>iiig nt; 11: post "being, tlio:,soiiIh
wesi corner;'aojai'tuiL to:t,lies(iiitli;.:eitsllVcoi-ner1
or, Maliel.llh-izVs:: el:iiin..?tliijiice 7,011st, ^eighty
eliains??llicnce; iioi-ihj/eighiy'^?;chiiiiis,ytiieiice
west eigblycliai iis. (lieii(-(: .souLh/biglity i'|iains
id tin: p!acc/ol'begin iii ng,:conta iniiig. (ill):iieres.
;:-': '-■YYyY ?;?? ;:VAibert,io:vi'iig!iiiiliV?\geiit'V:? V
Vl-lj.:: I'loniiiibuinngalii: posllbfiiiigytli'eiibrtl!
wiisl, eoi'ifer, :idjaoiiiLL?lo iho^sbiifli'.bas^^iiriieiV
of Miihei: lliriz's /chiiiii.? ilii'iice /eiisl./ eigiily.
eiiains. 1 li'uii'eiii-^outli7 eighty '(.luiiils.'/.t hence
wesl eighty eh iii ns?:tlieiii-eLiiorlli,eigiily chains
l.b lhe place ol begiuniiig. ('biiiaiiiiiigiilii acres.;
y ,:; VixadS' ',l?Ul'U.Mo'KV\vite'bf"':?V';?:'V"tyif'Y
V, 'if'-;--" if'u- Uhai-lesllililierV'riipiior.?; y
.     .,   ;   , Albert lO.'.liigham. Agenl.    V
y-Diited Septeiiilier'lllliViw2., ?■.';'   7";' V nil-V
, ...NOTICE.  . V.:-. : '
N.'diec is hereby given that illl days afler.dnle
I Inieiid In ii'|i|ily i(i,ihi. (..'bief (.'(iiiiiiiissibiier of
LiiiuU aiid Wni-ks'for a license' In. prospeel '.fur.
enal ami oil upon llie following deseribed Iiinili-.
siiuulc iu East Kooleuay  oil   the.'west   side  of,.
Siige Cieek:—("oiiiineiii.ing iii  a   pn-i   iiiark-eil
Allien  10., liigha ui's iiorlli, ensl   (-oi-iici- ■' plan led
SO i-liainsiioi-ili of Ifred li.iwinan's iiiilial  posi;."
liienee weMrfbeliaiiis. thenee soni|i  So I'liiiiii*./.
I hen i'c easl Sii chiiins. llieiiee niiilli so eiiiiiiis in
lhe pliic'e.vf'eiiiiiiiiciii'c.iiiciH. '   ■' '■;
,,,':   if'Y   ",''■ ' ■" • V    /VLlilOliT'lO. INcilAM. ,"■.
Diiied'Sepleuilier "illi. Iilu:i.7 ,  ,  .V
?.-;::';.,' NOTICE. „:,,--,.
■ .Niiliecis hereby given I ha I III! days'aftei dale
iinieuil io apply Iii the Chief Oui/iuissiunei- ol',.
Liiinls and   Work's i'or a licensr tii prospect'for,
•Tci.ml ain| oil iip.in tlie following described lauds,
ii.l inn iv iiilOasi K'iioieiiay on ihe:. west   side: of
Sa^'CieclcVy-Ciiiiiiiieiiciug at.-a   posi'-iiiarked
Liicy..:l,tiiivii!ali's: 1101:1 li e.'isi..coi-ner7planled..80
clmiiis wiwl froiii l-'ieil Howiniin's .iiiilial*, posi: :
thenee Wesl SII eliaiiis."lhei|ee souih. 80 (-haiiis,'
llil.-nee eiisi SO ehaiiis. Iiiciiee lioilh Ml eh'iiiuii to'■'
plaee iif'eiiiiiineueeiiieiil. "     7,''::      ,..:.,:'.?
:.|-,-,.-, ,-.   ^'-:.;, ;; •; 7y, .L-UCY. IIOWMAX., ;
,   ?. ■;«» ''''
Diilcil.Seplel.iber tilli. 1SW2.
■'.'■'??.;':'"''VV '.''.NOTICE.,.'''/'   :''■;,, ,■ '.'-
•'.'•,'Nuiiribis heichy givcii iliin,:!il bays ai'lei dali-,
'l inieiid Hi apply lo lhe Chicl'.t.'pi.niiiissioiier Uf
Liiinis iinil Works I'ol-a lif-ciisi/ iii prospeel f<n-'.
coal lipon lhe following described laiiilssiliiale
ill lOiisi/lCiinleniiy:,,—<.'inn uieiicing a I ii  pni-t ;lie • ■
ing lliesnulli wesi corner iiiljaceut tollie libiili-
caslV-.iii-iit.i-of A llicrl 10. liigha ill's, claini-.Ilieiiei.-
norl li 8H eiiiiiiis. i hence ciisl' sii chains;'-1 henee
soinli SII ehains:' liieneeWeSl sir clmiiis  tool hi;
place of beginning, i-oiilaiiiiiig Hill iieres. '   '
,;'y V    •'•'■ V,i, ■ - V '-''V'cifAui.ios.'riiioiS.:,.
'"-■ .7"- V'/'-,.'•;'. •''■-.-•      Allferl  10. iiighiiiii. Ageiil,-,'
'iiii led Sepleiiiber lliljji!102.    V .   'v *i: V- V   ?
77' ; y,; :■.' '■,..   .■■ i;.: .     -• - ..-,;,..  y.p.-7, ■■
:'-. Notice ishercby givciiilnil llti days after dali-
I'iiilend j.'o irjipiy lo the Chief Cbiiiiiiissioiierni?
Lands iuiii Works for; a lii'tuise to-prospeel i'diy
CiTal 11 pi ni I lie i'ol low ing de-si; i; i bed lit ml Siiiialc..
iii/IOii^lCbiileiliiy:-—Coiniiieh (• i iig/a PiTpnisTHTeV*"
iiig liie soiilliAv'csi co'riici- iidjiiceiitibilie libiili
wesl, (•oi;iicr?(ii',?Mai.iel -llirlz's Vclaini: ' I hence -
iiorlb/WI cliains,' tlience east' 80 eliains,. llieiii-i:;
siin ill   sii .chai lis.? I hence  wesi 80 eha i nsio the
pltie'i'i of hegiiiiiing (•(inlai 11 inglUi! acres;., '-? ■-.
"Dated Sepleinlici''lilh,V 19112. .'"V :'Y ■''":-" ?,"
'■'''-'•'Yf'yy.i NOTICE. -';
. Noiice, is. hereby givi'iithat liliilays iifiei',date
I inlend 10 iipply lo l.lic.Ollief C'oniniissioiicr (if
Lands and Works for a license hi p'rbspeel for
('.bal.and oil ujion the following ilescTilJernirnils
siliiate in Kasi Kooleuay.011 the easf'side" of
Sage Creek.- Commencing al. a post inarkcil
liicliurillrlirlz's'iiortli east coiucr plaiile'd 811
ehains easl from Allibrl.; K. liighani's iiiilial'
post:--, thence west SO cliains; iheiice., sontlf SU
ehaiiis.' Ili'enci' east Sll cliains. ihenee north , 80
chains Iii lhe place oi eoniineiu-eiiieiit. *•:
. . :'" ,' : ?'    ' 1{'^'{A[il)> Hna'?Y ■;■'.
"DaledScpleniliei-iilli. ■'liilfc. , ■■■•      . ■.'".-, V
..?7?? yi:y :yy'NOTlCE.^y;yyfy:yyy;Yi
,$;Niil ii'b. is iiei'eby 'gi vbu I Iiii t :iu iliiys a tier dale.
1 jiileiid,;ioii|iply1,l(i lhe,;(!hief/.Coiii 111 iksiuiujr ci
Lands 1111.1, Works^^ for a':license,'10 prbspccl ■' for
coa| I'll liie'.fiiilowiug- described.Innds/siiiiaie in
lOasi' iCiHiieiiiiy: -pC/iiiinieiiiciiig ai a iib.sl/lieiiigT
lhe soiilh \vesl /coriiei- iidjncciii Ui lhe ubrlh;
east corner -nf .'Albert' 10. Inghaiii'si-laini, iheiice
iiorlh 80 eliiiins. Iheiice Ciisl ,80, chiiiiis. 'ilieiiei
soiilh 8(1 chains; Ihenec .wesl ..80 chains 10:'il.ie"■',
place iif hcginniiig con lain nig ti-ll) acres??'!.,',"*y
yfy.f-f"yffi■;.;. ioDWAio'iiiviociiAiiiis?,
VV'DaieirSerpli:iiilier/l'llh?ll,i02..'ViVVy. YYiY.ffy
;, V|V .',:.■ V:, if'' y VV'N OTI C E?' f;: ■'' Yf. f tii
: . NO'l'ICI'Vis-iierebj-giveu/lhai: K'o'-/ ti'ii y s/':i r l e'r ?
dnie, liiilcnd id iijiply lb': ilie?Chier.; Coiiiinis- ,
's'io'iior';,c.if." i.ani'ls .and Works :.a"lyV'ielb'rl'a' foi'",
periiiissioir.lb:purchase:?! he?., following ; la nils/,,
'.situated in'Souiii; lOasi 'iKobieiiay.;.  ? 77..?.:??.'-,
;:,7C'omiii(iiii:iugai/a jiosi plan ted ill   llie 'Nbrlli;/
lOasi dbrnoi'oi'  C./.1'?/Lund's  purcliasefiiieaiv-
Warillier.,il. C;;:ilieiiee.sbiiHi 8tieliiiilis,;;Ilieiiee;
eitsi -lOi'liiiiiisinore pi- .less 10 lhe west, ban k of ,;
liie ICoolonny;Kiy,erVt lieiiee''up ilie said ICbble7,7
miy Kiver lo the.son ill liiicbf.l.„IO. lluiuphreys .
'purchase; or'.StjiiUi'.'AVardner^
(iliaiiis indre,or less; jo life pliice', of beginiiliig,;/
77'Dii j (ii^'Se pi euibei'. i i: iii ::'i f^i;}fi^tfiiv;:tf.t
.???,:.., ;;.?.;/V. .y/VNOTlCE..;?	
'.NplieOiis herebygiven' Ilia t.'lli days n'fioivlate
t intend io apply loi lie .Chief Coiiiinissioiicr of
Lands and Works for a,lieensi^lo ,prospeel for
coal and, oil. .upon the. following .described
lauds siliiale in lOiist.lCiioicuilVon lhe easl side
of Sago Creek::.Uoni in cueingalii posi ■ niarked
CliarlcsV'Pheis" noi-lh , easl, eonier pliiuied SO
eliains wcstfroni Mabel I lirl/.'s. .initial pnSI ::—
llienee wesl SO cliains. I hence souih 8(1 eiiiiiiis.
thence easl SO ehains. ihenec iiorlh 80 chiiins to
llie place of eoiiiiiieueeineiil.    '■■',',. "
.'.,', , y      ,    . ;    yCHAILLIOS 'I'lllOI'SV :
..DaledScpleniliei-I"., liin-.'. -.:'.;.':'
.'    NOTICE.  -
TAKK NOTICJO lhat thlriy'days after date
I Inlend to apply to Hits Chief Commissioner or
Lands aiid Works for permission to cut aiid
carry away liin bur from the following described
laud' In Kusl. Kooiciiay; Dlslrle'f, l«. C. Ilegin-
iilng at a post plained atthe Souih West corner of S. Cadwli's pre-emption, and niarked
Ceorge Oeary's S. E. corner, llienee north 40
cbaiiis, thence west lt)0 ehaiiis, llienee souih id
chains, thence, east Ibn chains to the place of
V , -.      (J KOKCI K li I0A K V.
liaied SepLeniber-JHid. 1902. -II
(t'lIKU   f.)
? ? .:,' '.•'■ ... 'NOTICE..'";''. ,."''.. .'
.. Nolici: is hereby given ..Mint. :lil days nlier dale
I inlenll.lo apply to the (.Miiel'Liiiiniiissiiiiici-of
Liinds ill ul Works iiii- a. lieeiise lo 'prospect- io!'
coal and iiiriipon.iiic folli'iwiiigdeserilieil luiiils
situate in Kusl Iviioleiiay 011 lhe cast 'side of
Siige ,Ci'eek:-Coiiiineiicing 111 a posl marked,
Mabel IlirU's nurili casi. eoriier plained SU
chains snulli from ].'i-eil P.owiinius ill it inl pi.isl:
liieiice tvesl 811 ehnins, llienee soiilh'80 eliains.
Ihenee easl 80chiiins, Ihenee norlli 811 eliains In
llii: place of I'Oiiinieneemeiil.     '■' . ,
V 'MAiliOL, IlllflV..
Dated Sepleui her tub.' I!i02.''".  . ' ' "0
(Jk'Ki'Il-'ll.'A'l'K Uf  IMeiK.VKMKNi'M.
I belli I
ehnins In
lltn acres
lily chiiins'. it
asi. nlglny ehaii
■ south eighty
Ihenee iinrl b
west ei
the   plai-
inielieilli; a
■I' lllnilll l.w
nl   M.iii-is
ul   lii-rluuiue,  ciiiitaliiluii
- .   ,  .y <  iy
1 '.  NI.ATKK.  Liicatiil-,
A. llnc.licll.. Agenl.
a piisi, being lln: south
•nly miles snulli east of
-ey. Iheiice norlli eighty
to a point adjii.-eiit in 1 he. smith cits!
.iif, Del la 1;'. . Ilaeltell's claim, thenee
riiiy chains, ihenee south eighty chains
■nst. eli'.lry chains in ihe place of be-
. ii.iiliiiniii:: ''-IO acics.
.1. I-". mODDY. Locator.
A. Iliickell. Agenl.
l{.    ('(iiiuueiieliiK at a   post   being  the   norlh
east corner adjacent 'J> the souih eust comer of
New Vork and It. A. Jackson Mineral Claims
siimtlt! In liin i'Virl StottlK Mining Division of
lOasi Kooleuay Dislricl.      '
Where  loealed:    Alibul 'oni'
Mogul mineral,claim.
'TAKK NflTICIO dial 1, |{.
Wr.'lKi II., acting us agent for It.
M.C. r.TOItl II. and K. C. Kose. !•'
inlend. slxly days'from Ibe
apply lo the Mining Itecorder for a Certlllcale
ot Improvements, for lhe purpose of obtaining
Crown ci rant's pf the above claims.
And further take milieu Ilinl action, under
section 117. niusl ,be eouiiueiiced before lhe issuance of such Ceriitlcute of Improve.menls.
Dated this "iath day of September.  A.D.. 1902.
Sniilii. K.M.C.
A. JiieUsnii. !•'.
.M.C. No. iWKXfilt.
dale  hereof,  to
Notice is hereby given lliai :IU days a tier dale
I ill I em I lo apply, In llie, Chief I.'0111111 isSiuni..r uf
Lands and Wnrl.-s'liir a lieeiise in prnsjieel for
coal ainl oil upiui lhe following described
lands stiiialein Kasi Knutenay on lhe wesl
side of Sage (i-eck:--('iiiiiiueiii-iug nl a post
marked Lizzie M . I tigbn in s norl h easl corner
plunled 811 chains wesi froni.Allieii K. Ingham's
iiiilial post, Ihenee wesl So chains, llienee si m 1I1
'.?;"tff V'vAi'iNion'-Vii'ci'.AIMS./V',■':■■ ■;■■'' - V
,,   Sitvuiio'liithe l.'ori'hjleele/Miuing.pivislbii
'of Kast ICob'teiiay: District. •■'■    ,?,/■?..,-,     ■/''?
? 'Where located: Oiiihett'estbiianch of,tlie St.?
,.Miir.y"s river..     '..";..' ''.'..?..■""■'■  ".'- V 7?- 7:   ■'-.??
/Take ; Notice, that' ly Siiuiiiel   Loviit.t.Ii'ree
Miner's Cei-tllleale No.ViilSISSB"".'' on ..beliali' of
niyself-anil as itgent foi''.i.leiiii,ie' 10.  Spauldiiig,
Free Miner's Cerlitlciiu:1:No   "lirdJ.'n".  Cleorgc
Alan ■Kirk. ■ P.;M.C.  Na-'.^'i'MaOTSSl",   OscarV, II.
Hiirdin?;.P.M:C:V.No.   "" 1.15082:!", and.; Josepli; li
Wright, l.'ree Miners C'ertiticate  No.   •"litliwilli'.;.
intend, sixty days from date hereof/to apply 10
the   Mining Itecorder ,for a, Certiitcate.'of Iiu- '
provemenls, for the  purpose   of  obtaining   a
Crown Grant or theabove cliiims.     //..?.  -
'.. And;-further ■ lake 1101 ice '"that action.-.under.',
section 117. linist be coinnieuced before the, issuance of such C'ertiliciiti; or linprbvenients.      ,""".':
Dated this '20th, day or.Octoiier. l'J02..     .4:1. -_.-.
■"yy.:yiy.y'if      NOTICE.V V.-?'.-"'? V, ,■'."'''
,: Notice'is liereby given UiatiiO day's after dittif-
1 iiitend to apply 10 tlio Chief Commissioiier of .
Laiids aiid Worksfor  permission  lo ' piirclut.se
1110 acres of  land, more or less sii.iiaied ouihe ■
west bank of lOlk Itivcr In the District of  Kusl."
K'ooteuay. Commencing ui u   post   planted   at -
.'las A.  RIc.Diiiiiicir.s N. W.. conier.and nnirked ;;
It. W  Itoger's N.   10.   coriier. 'thence, west  2I>
ciiains,  tlience smith  8(1 chains, tlience castiilf
chiiins. ,'llieuce  norlli 8(1 chains lo the place,, of
beginning, eontiiiiiing IHO acres more or less.  ,.
,      ' ■ ,11.7 W.'Kogers. ' '      '       , '■'
V    Dated August liith. Iliil-i. , 7  'V :
, ■ :yNOTlCE.. V ■ ■;■./ -
TAIv'IO NIITJCIO lliat.ilil (lays afterVduie. , I
luiend lb apply lo.lhe.C.liier Coinnilssioner n'r?
Lands and Works for permission loculaud'
('iirry away linilier from lhe following lands in,
lOiisl Kooleuay Dislricl. I.I. C. Hcginniiig al a
posl planted on the wesl baiik'or 10 lie lliveraiid'
marked D. M.-Lihelium's N..10. corner, aboul
Iwo iiiiies'soulli of Lizard Cruel;: Iheiice W(.s[ .
80 ((haiiis. Ihenee souih 80 chains, Ihen'ce east
lo Ibe wesl'bank of 1011; Itiver: ihenee northerly following wesl bank ollOlk |{|ver In pliice-
of bcgiiiuing.
, liaied. Jiine 2rih, 10112.     •■'        ,.        . :«
MO e . • ,
n-i. 1 heuei.
east 811  ehains.ylhem,e- m.i
'8ii I'll ■;
,.■ ;,i llii- |
bii-e oi eoiiiiiieiti-eiiielil. .
1 S i       ml
er iiiii., I'.kij. .                        ::
Nol lee Is here by given Hull ."111 days al'ler dale
I intend lo apply in lhe ('11 i<■ 1" Cuiiiiiiissioiiei' of
Lands unil W'orks for a license In prospeel for
..nil and oil ii'pou 1 he lolliiwiiigileseribeil Inn.Is
siuuile in lOnsI Knnleiiay on lhe iiiisl lunik bl'
Sage Creek: ('bin ineiieing nl a .posl .marked
Fred lliiwtiinu's iioilli east' 'coriier' planted
abouteighl miles from lhe in,ml h oi said (.'reel;
and aboul nine miles nnrtli li;om ihe biiiiinliiiy
line: - liienee west 811 ■•Iiii ill-." ihenee soul ll SII
eliiiins.jl henee easl 811 ehains.   Ihcnee ili'il'lll   SU
chains Iii pb oi'eoiiiineiieeiiieiil.
Dated September 5th. I!«I2. 3!'
Nuliec is hereby given Ihal ."10 days after dale
I inieiid lo apply in the Chief Ci.mtnissioiier id
Laiids and Works lor a license In prnspeci   loi-
coal and oil upon lhe following.described'lands'
siluaK:   in   lOasi   Koolcniiy nil Ihe wesl side iif
Sage creek.    Commencing ill   a  postmarked
, dward T. Kicliards' snulli easl corner plunled
... feel, iioi-t.lt   west   ri-oui   Alberl   10. liighani's
ii.'llal   post.   Ihiinco   wesl  80   ciiuins.'   ihenee
n..iiii  nil  chains. Iheiice easl 811 chains, thence
south 80 chains lo lhe place of ciiuimcncemeiii.
Loealed Sepl'eiiilier Illln 11102.
"'•I- ' lODWAI.'ll 'I'.   KICIIAIUiS.
TI.KiMAN ,j(>l( l.ADV ill iiilc.licounty l,(»
iiiiiiiiioi.. linsiiR'ss for nn old established
house uf solid liiuiiiciul sliindiiio-. ..\
sU'uio'la. Iioiiti lidi.;'weekly salary (>r$IH
|iaid Iiy clii'i'lc (lacli Wednesday Wiih
all expenses direct from headquarters.
Money advanced loi" expenses,
ilanatjei', oJU Caxton Bldg-., Chicago. t  .!���:  THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. C, OCTOHER  1902.  *  '  Y iy  I*  f  ft  IJ  t  .SATURDAY, OiTOISKI* 2b.   11102  Hon. J. Israel Tnrto Dismissed  ('out iin'ftl from I'd"!" 1.  I sli'ill nol discuss with yon at  llu'i jircscnf Lime as \o wholhcr J  was riglil or wrouy in the course  J followed, Yon are l.he leader  of lhe governini'iit.' and your  opinion as Jar as my altitude is  involved, must prevail. You  told me Ihal iny'iilleranees are  causing you I rouble I have no  rig hi. and no desire lo be a.  source of enib;irra.ssinenl If) you;  or lo the pnrl<y with which I"  have I'iocii connoclcd wiih since  lHili'. My views on Ihe la riff arc  we'll known to you. I have on  several occasions staled ilieni  publicly in your presence and  discussed them often privately  with you.  Entertaining lhe opinion lhat tlie  in I crests of the" Canadian people  make if our'duly lo revise without delay the tarifl' of IS97, 'with  the view of giving a more-iirtc-  cp'iate protection to our industries, to our farming community,  and loour wol'lcingmeii, I can not  possibly remain silent. 1 prefer  my freedom of action and speech  under the circumstances, even to  the great honor of being your  colleague.  Before severing my oflicial re-  laLioiis with you, allow me to express my sincerest/hopc that you  will 'soon be restored to0 your  health of former days. You  would greatly oblige me by conveying to my colleagues my best  wishes for their , welfare and  their happiness. My personal  relations with mosl of lliem have  been of a pleasant awl cordial  nilure. ��� 1 hope, thai they will  continue lo be the same in Ihe  ful ure.  "Believe me, my dear  Sir   "Wil-  J'rid. very sincerely yours.  a   (Signed) J.' Isuakl TAiiTR.  immense  We have nol, advanced the price o1  our loli.icco-. Amber Miiokiiifi tobin-co  Koli-,. Ciinviir.y und' ''iiir I May die.\viii��  tnkiccos are ilie -ame Yu.c und price to  the ('on-nuuer :i-.,liii"ini'i"l.\ . We haw  also t:\-leiided llie lime l"��n��� Ilu: redeii!^-  tion of Suowslior lim-. m January' Int.  191)1.. --   ���  TifK IOmimkk Tou.uvo Co., Ltd.  ODDoritiinn.il  For (retting a' Beautiful' Watch  and Chain Free.���No Money  Required.���Everyn Man, Woman, Boy or Girl has the  same Opportunity under our  System  In order lo have Dr. Arnold's Kn^Hal!  Toxin I'ill-, placed in (lie hands nl all  person', miill'i'Hii"- I'roin had health ��v  make tlie following most  liberal filler:  II yon will .-end n.s your name and ad-  dref..-, and a^ree lo .-.ell lor us twelve  boxes ol Or. Ai-nolu's l''ni;lisli Toxin  i'ills al.-oe. per box. we will jjive you  AliSOI.UTKI.Y     l''KKK    A       lil'IAIi'ril.'lU.  watch and ciiai.v iii cillier bailies  in- ('enis size, or your choice ol twenty  oilier premiums such as line sets of  Jewelry. Itin^s. Violins. Mandolins.  Tea Sels. Sateen Kleins. <'anu-ras. etc.  I'einelllbei- we DON'T ' WANT ANY  MO.VKY until after you sell tlie I'ills  and you don't' have to sell any inure  than'12 boxes lo nci the premiums.  Tlii- i;, a bona lide oiler from a reliable  concern lhat. lias jjiven thousands of  dollars worth of premium-: to ai;enls all  over the country. Ueinember also ihal  Dr. Arnold's lOn^iish Toxin lJills are a  well known remedy, for all diseases o  lhe. i kidney and bladder. Rrijjhfs  disease, diabetes, rhoiiinatisiii. nervous  (.roubles, and 'female complaints, am  are for sale by all lirst class dm;��� ist-.  .���iiii]-dea!ei'ri=ni=iii<-die'iies~iir,iii:p;ci tsTd-  tlie tvor.ld. You have only to show them  to sell them. Veil are nol. olleriii"  soniethinti tlial the people don't know.  Our watches are the regular standard  size for, Ladies and (leiitlemen in  NMekel or (inn Mettil Cases with handsome illuminated dials and reliable  time-kcepero. watelius such as no lady  or ^���eiitli.'inaii need be ashamed to carry  and they will be sent 'absolutely ' free  io all who soil only twelve boxes of  those wonderful Toxin Tills. Write at  once and be ihe lirst in youi .locality lo  yet one ol those beauliliil watches and  chain. As soon* as we receive your  letter or post card we will send you  ])Ost paid twelve, boxes, together with  our Illustrated Catalogue and beautifully colored card'with your name and  address on as our authorized ujioiit..  Hew; in mind that you will not be asked losell any more than 12, boxes and  We UON'T \VANT ANY .MONKY until  alter .win have sold them. We bear all  lhe expense and are only making this  liberal oiler as a'niethod of advertising  Dr. ��� Arnold's Kn^l'isli Toxin I'ills.  Don't delay, write at once and earn a  beautiful present lor yourself for  ('hristmas. '  Dept.  132  oronto. Onl.  *#**S^fctt^*E*��fc^  *��  ��5  Headauarters   for   Mining   and   Commercial   IWCen  ���  The  Hotel  All    Modern     Conveniences  FORT    STEELE,   B.    C.  ���    "  Large   Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.  Address   ARNOLD   MEDICINE  CO  50 Adelaide'St  St.  MiNi'llIAI. .UT.  (1'iiUM  r.)  V, (  *    ,  UEHT.I-'lUATi: "I"  I.MI'IIOVIOMUN'IS  NOTICE.  MiiKtil niid Allu iMinui'itl tJI;iiiii< <.iln:ilf in  lln; l'\)i'l Steele Mining Division ii| Must ICimiIc-  n.i.v DiMnct .>  Where loenlrd:���Aliout I", miles noi-lli of llie  CIi-cul Dime.  'I'Alvl': NOTfriH Unit I. It. Smilli. F. M. C.  II. .ij-iiio. siftinw as aireiii Iiir If. A. .InckMiii. K  M.' f:.. ls.wuiij und 10, C. Hose. F..M.C. No. 11.  ."willil."). inlend, sixty ilnys from llie ilnle lierool.  tn ii|iplv io the AliniiiK Kccoidei- loi u Ccriili-  jCiile of ImproveiiieiUs. foi lliu inn-pose ol nli-  liiiniiiir Cunvn Gfitiits ol the nli(i\e elaiins.  And tnitlici- l.tl.e nolico Hint action, under  seelioii 11". imi'.l lie ('(iinnieueoil lioloro llie is-  '.iiiineeof siicli Cerlilieiili; nl liiiprovcini'iils.  :iii- II. S1I1T1I.  Hilled lliis "illli dny ol   SepU'tnlier. A.I) . I��H"1  b*^jgrA -^ooa��8 phogpi'aiM,  The Great English Remedy.  Sold and recommended by all  druggists in Canada. Only reliable medicine discovered.  Six   'liaekagcs' guaranteed to cure all  forms of Sexual Weakness, all effects of aliuse  or excess, Mental Worry, Excessive use of To-  Daoco, Opium or Stimulants. Mailed on receipt  of price, one paoka^e $1.' six, ti. One will i>laixe,  sit Will cure. Pamphlets free to any address.  Xbe Wood Coiuimny, Windsor, Ont.  Sold by A. \V. Kleasdell. I)i-imj>ist.  awMwm����n%m��MVk%M%WMTO��aMMi��t  FORT  The Mining Center of Soutli East Kootenay  p#  NOTICE.  NO'I'ICK Is hertiliy j,'iven that nn iipplieiilioii  will lie made lo llie I'lirliaiiient of I'aiiiuliiiu Us  next Si'ssion Toi- an Act in incm-poiiue llie  '���iCooleinty I'nrilioii and I'aeilir. IfnihMiy Ccni-  pany" In eonsiiiH'i and operate a line of Ifail-  wav for ilit- riu ryinif ol frel^'ln and piisseii(.'ei-s  C'oiiiineiK'iii!,'ai a point on tin- 0..ii.iili:ni I'.ieilir  Km I�� ay lit or neiu- llie 'I'own of iliildcn in tlie  l'rovinec of llulisli Cnluir.ljia. tlience Norlli-  Woslei-ly followint; llie ediiisi' nl llie ('oliimlii.i  and Cimoe. IJivcis lo a poinl hi or near Tele  .Inline C.ielie. llienee Noi tli- Wesh-rlj. lollowint!  the eoni'se. of llie l''i.iser lfiver in a poml nl or  nerti" Giscoine l-'on.iiti;. tlieiiee Wesierlv Inllow-  liij; tlie course 'of ilie Ni-elineo ami Sla'cna  Kivci'n or n.v I In) most roiive.nie.iil mute to lide  waier at or near ''nn Simpson, with aiuliority  to eonsliiict a In.iilrli line lo lln- 'l'own ol  H.il;crvillr, .Hid oilier lii-aneli lines not exreed-  in ' Hliy miles e.ii'li in It-iitrih Also to connect  Willi nnd enter into rtinniiii; ari.iiiuomeiiis wiih  any oilier Hallways situale ueai said proposed  Kailwav or nnv pail lliuruin. lo icreivr from  au\ Coveriimenl. person or lioilv corporate  t;i.tuts or l.md. inonr.v or olliui assets in aid of  en istriirlion of s.ud unilei UltiiiK. Willi power  to roiisirnel and nperale. li-lcjirapli and ttlc-  piium: lines lor Hie purpose ol lis business and  nn llie pulilic. .mil Willi power loowu. use nnU  upe,.ne waiei poweis eoiiienielit to, llie road  for iheir railway mid oilier purposes willl  p.nyer to own and. opentie sleamsliipfi7 aiid  sliippint,' and Iniilil aiid 1 creel, tin: iiecessary  wliiti-ve.s und Willi '.siicli otlior ,'pow'er.s and  privileges as are usually Ki'ven to llailwa.v  (.loinpaiiles. "    >  Hated nt I'Virt Sieiile tills 1UI.li dny of Oelober.  lill��. -,���'..  4:; UAKVUV-A: MrOAK'I'l':!!,  Snlirilors for Applicants.  J.  TAENHAUSER  ^  A'l'CIIMAICKK  illld   .IKWI'"  Ll  :it  IClI^'Iil villS  1  {ivei  ���side Avenue.  Kort. Sleele.   15.  C  The Largest,  Mineral Areas,  and the Most  Extensive  Coal Fields on the  American Continent  are Situated in  South East Kootenay  Agriculture  Crraxing and the  Lumber Industry  are Prominent  Features of the   /  The Best Is None Too Good For You  And we run furnish you with tlic  hurt for no more thiin ynu niiii'lit. piiy  lor (he WORST, therefore, don't, throw  ii way irnotl money lor poor service, but  if you are ��oinsr Kast.. or have friends  coiniuo West. let. lis tell you what we  can tiller onChieaoo. Washington. New  Vork. Motion. St. Louis, New Orleans.  Memphis, and all intermediate points.  .Our rails are Itiid in fourteen different  sialics ol (In; Ij'nion.  ('oininunirate wiih lis reoardinu  freight and 'pnsseimer servii'e: ll's a  |ih'iisure lo reply to your letter.  .1. 0.  LlN'DSKV. r>.  ll! 'ritU.MHin.l..  'I', l'". A I'. A.,   Commercial A��enl.  IAA Third Sl..    I'ortland.   Oregon.  ANDREW    i\I<Il)IG  GONTRftGTOR     and    BUILDER  HOIJSK ANU SKIN I'AINTINC:'  ("AI.IJIMINIiN'li and I'AI'IOK IIANCINd  I^OIiT S'I'KliiLW,   l.i.  U.  All   work  proiuplly done.  NOTICE.  .VOTriJK is hereby (,'ivr:i lliiit.in iippliriuion  will be made 10 tin; I.eKis iiiuir of ISiiiisli Co-  lumbiiiiil its nr.vl Sossi'in l,u :m Aet 10 incor  porato tli<2 "Ivootenny, Cariboo und Uuritir  Kiiiln'iiy (loiiipiinv" 10 coiisiriii'i and operute u  line of Railway for the ram 1111,' of lirii;lii and  pnsseiiKurs: Coiiiiaein-nm 111 n puini on tin*  C'liiia.lian I 'nci lie- Knilwny :i 1 or lira 1 III.- Tou'n  of Golden in tlie I'roviiirr of Uruisli Colli ulnti  Ilicne'.' .Vorlli-VVcstei ly loll iwiiij,' tlir course ol  the Columbia mid Ciinor If.wrs to a poml al 1 r  near Tete .Inline Citehe. tln-nri' N'urili-tt'istri Ij  folloivint,'the coin sr of tin- |."i.im-i- l(.v,.|- iu a  point at or near (iisronn- I'.ti.ii.' Ilii-iicc  Westell) followiiii; the rmii-se ol tin- .N'rcliiiro  and Shrrtiu Itivri-s in l>\- ihr niusl ronvcineiil  lOiite 10 ijde water 111 in- nrai Uort Siinpsim.  with aiitliorily to rotisinirt a branch line to tlie  ���I'own of llnUi'.iville. and oilier lii-ancli lines not  b.veeediiit,'lifiymiles earli in leiitjtli. Also lo  eonnei-t with iinil enl. r into niiniiiiL' arnnifje-  liirnts Willi imy otber Railways siliiate near  said proposed Itiiilway or any part lliereof. lo  receive from any (loverniiii'tii, |iei-.siin or body  rorporale. ^riinls of land? money or oilier  assets in aid of eonstrneiinii of said iiiiderliil;-  ini^. with power Lo constrni-i iind operatr. li.de-  Ki'tipli und telephone lines fm- the pnrposeof lis  l.niKlness and for the public, and with power lo  own1, use and operate water powers convenient  to'the road fur their rail way,and other purposes  with power.to own and operal.e steamships and  .shippini.' and build and creel the necessary  wharves and Willi spell other powers and privileges as are usually iriven to Railway Companies.  Dated at Curl Sie/de this tilth day of October  Hill-.'.  43 HAKVKY & MeCARTKK.  , Solicitors Ior Applicants.  District.  The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway will pass  through Fort Steele and Tap the Greatest Mineral Belt of the  District.  r 1 *. �� ~>  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  Apply to  R. L. T. Galbraith,  iwnsite office.  CANADIAN  RAILWAY  World's Scenic Route  DIRECT LINE  KAST WliST  Winiiijieu Kew Westniiiisler  'Toronio  Vancouver  Otliiwii  Virtoriii  Montreal  Slcao-wuy  Si;   .loli 11  Diuvsim  Ihililtix  Shuttle  1 ll list 1)11  I'ortland  JCew York  Sim l^ranei.sco  EI MB ERL EY.  Near ue famous  UHI'IOK L.\KF. STKAMKK.S  1,1-iive   l''ori   William  Sunday. Tuesday and I'Yiilay.  Via Soo Line  Sl.   Piitil,   Dulul.li,   Chicago  Tourist Sleeper Service  KAST  ' Keave   Diiiii'nore.  .I unction,, daily   for  Sl,. I Villi.- Kooleuay KundiiiH'.    Tuesday  and Saturday for Toronto and all   Kasl.r  erh, I 'tiiiits.  ��� ',      W.ICST  Leave. Itevclsloke ilaily   for   Seall.le,  Vancouver and coasl. cities.  Tliroiiffli   Tiekeis  to Kurope  via all  Al.liiiil.ie lines.  - i   ������ ��� l.'rcpaid   tickets,   from    ii'll  points at lowesl- rates.  l.'Vir   full   particulars  apply   to   local  nyeiits. ? .��� ,  J. S. CARTER,  Dis. Pass. Agt.  Nelson.  B. J. COYLE,  A. G. P. A.  Vancouver  The   Coming*   Town   of  East  Kootenay.     inn     -  North Star  and Sullivan iVlines  A Limited Number of Lots fox* Sale  at Prices Ranging from  $125   To   $400 -  NOW   IS "T.IIli" TIMlvTO HUV as prices wi 11  be advanced tlie;Iirst;  of the year.    '       '?'', ���,. '���'.'/." ������''.'..'���: 'v..  Apply to  v Land Commissioner, G. P. R.  {���:'' Winnipeg, Man.; or to  : BEALE & BLWELL :  Fort Steele and Kimberley, THE PROSPECTOR,  FORT STEELE,  B. C  OCTOBER 27,.   IfiOi1.
North Star Lodge
NO. 30.
A. F. AND A. M.       G. R. B. 0.
voiit stumij:  h. o.
Iiegular nu'Ctinss—Kt TiicmIhn in oiicl
month at uij.'l!t o'clock. Vi-.iiin<,' llii-llici'ii an
cordially invited.'
1311! Kivor 1-oilKO.   [-""I'liuc.  nrulnr  inceiiiiKs
ht-lil flist Ki iilu.v of e.u-li month
CKinhi'io); Lottie, ('i-.inl)ii.(il.   lejrul.ii   meetings held oil the thild Tlun -sil.i\ of e.ich mouth
11. L. Al vmr.R, Secieiaiy
Rocky Mcmntain Chapter
'    NO. 1*25. R. A. M.
Regular meetings :2ml Tue-.il:iy in
each mouth at eij^ht o'eliu'lc.
Sojourniii" (*'t)iii[Kiiiirni"! are cordially
It. L. T. CaliiKAI'ITI Scribe K.
®lt€ ifro sector*
Carl hi  it   Dtiriok    reeeived   ti
carload ol merchandise Monday
No    Belter    Investment   in   Canada!
THAN    l.OTS    IN
The;   Provincial   tax  sale look
place Thursday.
A sidewalk is,now  under  c.in-
struction on tlazol street.  .
The Dominion parliament  will
moot in January.
Geo S. AlcCiutei". J. A   IIium-v,
Barrister!',   Solieitort,
AV'irit'i IJ it til ii,
, ('on ivi/'ciiv; ^ ttr,
FOUT  HTKKI.K,  1*.  CI.
*- i
Prospecting for coal and oil
t li roughen' the Flathead' valley
in Southeast Kootenay is going
ahead. ,
On Monday evening last a
1 ruin of n!J ears of coal passed
soutli over the Crow's Nest
Southern railway. r   '
A gang of men were engaged
n extending iho ' Wild lloi'.se
•reek trail diirhiy the pttst week
(!eary & Doyle had throe four
horse loams engaged in   liatiling
freight. 1rom the J tiiietion   Monday,
LotS   *,T   ^or,''SKCy   :irc;   increasing    in
value rapidly and would  be an
advisable purchase to-day al   double   the   price
i. '  '
i " ,
AI'TICR CAfJKh'UL INVKKTK-'ATION. proiiiiiient business
•And professional men from all over the country, have indorsed Morrissey hy heroining investors.
Do    Not   Overlook    the    Fact'   Ilinl
COAL    !S    KING <
When   coal   is   in   nhuudauce   there   will ho lounil money in
abundance also. ,
Morrissey, 15. C.
K-.s-*-»,'"«=sc-"*:?-c<-.;*.f. > c.-c.->->•».".-■?• x.'.-0.-.J -.,.-? -t ■•■ '.-.-.>■*■* =C":.'->c«#«"sr< -::.-«t-:s-"?;5rS «**«-,?
I   The
Canadian BanK of commerce ?
f'.ii'! it|i ('ii|iil:il ■=.•".0(10.(1(1(1:   ISisiTic l-'iinil •fci.IMMI.OOl):   ,
Aoun-'-MU' lle-nuive-. Over '•.('.'i.(Kill,OIK).   ,
jj l.iiiiilnii ol'licc: li'i I itinh.iul Street, I?,C.
i. Sen   \iulv lillicc:   HI I \cli.iiiK'! I'liice.
'"' '                                                        ,              *•
r- ss
•£ Anil (IS brandies in ( \i n:nl;i, 1h<. IJniteil Stale-, and IJrilish Cnlumliiu.       *
* '                                                                                        *
| Cranbrook Branch.     -          HUBERT HAINES. Manager.  |
* -                          *
Barrister       -       - •     Solicitor
Wfi'o prospecting- tho   Kooleuay J £"* "s* '** * '•* <• •• *• ■•• ••* *<■ •* '•" ■•" ♦' *" "•' ,#T ♦* *T '♦•* *"£
river,   in   a   canoe,   in  search of  ***"    ' TT7" L •■   , *♦*
duck.;. Sunday lasi. * KOOteiiaY Boundary'Line   ' *
,, Fort  Steele,   Ii.   6
.Dr.   Brodie.   ,\vltn   has been ill
for some lime, is ;iot . improving j ^
as fast as his friends would   like
Fort Steele DEVKi.op.Mtvr Symiic'vi'e Ltd
,I3S LeHiienhiill Street, r.ninloii, Knpl md
T H O M A S'   M bV IT T I K
P.Lw.S'.   c^c   CE,
Port. SI cole 13. C.
to see.
Provincial    Land   Surveyor
■ FOItT   fiTICRMi, .P..  C.
Fori   ftloolo    H.C!
— ^
Fort Steele
Diamond Jubilee
miss s. moss.    ' Hospital
*     UmilusiUi ol St. l.nlii'S Hospilitl
Viincou\er. It  C: °
Thia Tnutiiiitiion Iiiii boi'C ivriiiul.\
enlarged by a, now wiiiif wliioli ii now
open for n'Oi-ption ol (laiionU. For
ternia apply lo
Miss Li. Moss,   or   J. i\ Smith, bur.
Matron. Kurt Sl.'eli-. H.C.
■   GEARY  &   DOYLE.
U.    Bali',    supei intcndeni     of
bridges,   has   t\   small   force   tnjiji
work ro]>aii-'mg tlie Haker  creek yW<
britLsro. " "j!
We iiavo Lot iuimii.<.-(-<■ tin- jn-ii'i't<if
mir tiiba^t'iK. _\inber -mokiuu lobai-oo
l.iot)-.. Cn'r-rencN ami Fair Pl:i> rhi'ivinsj
toljai'i'e-,.11'1- tlie -.ainr Yi/.e, ami iiriro to
t.he Con-imii4r a-^ formerly. Wo' bavo
al.-o f.'.\toii'iit.'il the limn fm- the lvilemp-
lion of Snuwjlioe lau:-' to January Jii.
Tiik F.Mi'iwi: Touacco Co.,oLtu.
Aii emergency'convocation of
liooky Mountain Chapter, Li.A.
M.. will lake place on Tuesday
evening. October 26'. Sojourning companions cordially welcomed, i
■Ri.-.MOvcn:—The City Bakery
has remove'd to the north side of
k'iverside Avenue, next door lo
tho Oriental Hotel.   '
»__-     -f    •. * Tobacco  Plains,
Hotel * * b. c.
JULES HUREL. Proprietor.
A First. Class Home
Brltisii GoiumDla Pottery Go. Ltd.
q^ _.- —   VICTORIA. B. C.
f   VI T'n SPIED   #>
A lA.   K1.VDR  Ol''
Sanilacy l,villings. vNgrionll ural Drain Tiie. Flower l^ols,
Terra Ootla., Ohininey I'ipe and Flue. Lining. "(.Ihiinnoy T«»j)S.
Fire, lirick, l^ii-h Clay. All Kinds of Fire Clay floods,
Assayers" Kurnaces, etc.. made Ui order.
Oriinincutal (ianien SJortlcr Tiles, Yasc:s-,-_Ii!tc.
Cement,  PIiirLov  of Paris,  Limo,  and  Al) .Kinds of Ornamental
'Plaster Work
„e, 'SUiii'T? line loavos Kcjnionay I lot ol \m lOlkn on Mondny niul 'J^
Ti? Kvidnv at-a a ni. TJoin'os Klk Nolo] on 'hu^lnv unil Nniur- *jT
% duv a1 ri a.m.. "" , T
«a. «;4« »1« \.t* k## *#V *fv,"ta*F k'|'« «4* fc'i* »♦■> s): »'t* *♦• *♦* *•* Mi' *♦* *6a> •'•• -fe £#* »ia ^t* >ifc ^i'
«% «*W- ♦**■ «*» ^*W •»>» •* »te%» «>»- WW ••!•• «>» /, <**4> •»>* vTW «S* ♦:♦ ♦*��■ **2» #> «8» A3* «n# «*% «n» «5»
<>Ii:Nli:KAI.    MliRCHANTS
Mr. Alexander Clalbrailh,
Syracuse, N.Y.. hrollier of Mrs.
rl\ T. MoVitliic. and nephew of
of li. 1-.. T. Galliraith, is visiting
a1  l^ort, vSteele.
Tarto's Next Move.
There i.s much curiosity regarding Mr. Tarto's future
actions. and allegations are
freely'made that'he has the sup
port, of manufacturers who encourage tlie suggestion of a possible alliance wiih others on a
high tariff programme
Tlie Steele House
6       ~    " i ,
Fort Steele^ Ut C,
Centrally Situated on   Riverside Avenue.
"Conducted on Up--To — Date Methods.   -.
Tlie Best Bar In Town.
B> McXtfeisIi
1     »■
.    v &/
Sole Aleuts h»v ih
°"G3!ltOll S166I  COMPANY
Livery, Feed & Sale Stahlc.
Fori Sio-if- Fi.C
Regular   Dnil>   Stai"'   im-i '.->  .ill
trains ai Foi-L -Sii:i'li- .luni'iion
'IKA.MINfi Ol-   Al.l. KIVlis  VSl'ICMI.IS
F. very tl i ing. St.r.ie 11 y ■I,'i rnf (' I .'i.^.-.
Next door to lhe Proxpei-lor.
Wonderful Value.
Any pulton who ihinlfs lie is not
■ffiiiiiij lulollur'.- worth uitli the Family
Ifi'i'iiKi and Wi-i'kly Stur. of Montreal,
ihis *t'ii-iiii, would Im^ hanl to ^ati.-,fy.
Their two ijii'Uiiv.. "l'uril.v.** and
•■'Aloni'Vari- t-oind. Ah to which will
prove lilt.' 11HI.-.1 popular it would lie
iliilii.-ult to deride. "•I'nrin" will ci-'r-
i-iinly have a larye -npport Irom an ar-
li-vlie point ot view, and ii ileiervm it.
li i- 'i style of art nio-,1 popular in
Kin-ope and Aim-riea io-da\. Kill lhe
.iihei- pieliiru. ••Alone.*' \-, one 1 hat will
n dd lhe' alieiitiini of all oli-.erwi-i.
I'leaiiii" anil ^ul al Ilie -ame time, one
.'.tiinol lur«et il A reeor(l-liren.l.iii»
Iiu^iiie-. ii  predieled   lor  lhe   I'limily
llr-i-.ild lliid seilion.
Oook'e Cotton Boot Compotind
Ih BiicccHHfulIy nfli'd monthly bj over
10,000Ladieil. aafe.eUcctual. LndlCHaHk
^^ your druKKlH' for Cook'i Cotton Bool Coro-
M»d. Take no other, ah all Mlxtnri'H, iilllnand
Imlt»tlons are daiiK«roiin. I'rloc, ,N".>. l.tl per
box: No. a.lOdetfnu'MHtronKcr,*!! per box. No.
1 or 1, mailed on receipt of price niul two a -cent
(tampn. Iho Cook Company Win (I hot, On I.
|3ir~N08. 1 aud 3 Hold and recommended by all
reopoiiBlblc Drugglats lu Couada.
■■ Niis. t.iind 'Znulil   in    l-'orl   Si,..-|,.   Ii\
A. \V. Bleasdcll, Drii^im.
St. John's Church ol* England.
Scrviei-s will ho held in iho
Chunili of St. John Ui<; Div'ni(>
m'rrv Sundtiy I'veniiig ::f 7:IiO ex-
.•i.|jl <iii the third Suiuhiy in t'lidi
month when the service will he
held ;il 1 I o'clock n.in. hy the
vicai, tin: l->v.  II. liccchuni.
Uol\    < 'oiiiiiiiinioii    will he   nd
iiiiiiistered   ni ,,1-he- cluse -ur   the
ser\'ii;e. .'■■■'
Sl rinige.rs are welcome.
.|MM':SI'.VI*l':i*.i AN   CIIPK-CII.
Divine   \Vni'shi|i   will    h«v  held
in      t'he      I'resjiylcriaii     (.'hiirch
every   Snhliii'lli     iiiuniing   a'.l     I !.:
i I'clucic.
Sii.hhn: h S.-.hiiu! .A'ci'V Siinilny
nt  hull" past  Iwo o'clock.
Choir practice every Thursday evening ;il-,7:'!l> o'clock. '
rastor:    A. L,. Macuougall.
This S'j'i-:ici. i.s guaranteed to be eqna,l to .lossop's' or   l^irths in all
«,   ITak'oRock AVouic. '_•.'.',
,.«„,.».-Ac,,,.;, oiani Powder Gompanu.
lVliniiiji^SjippIics  a  Specialty.
AgoiiLs for t.ho   MARSI5Y    HARRIS    CO..' Dimitod.
F'a^niing   Implements.
s~ General Mcrchcmt ANI>        v        3
Z^ Liquor Denier. =2
Tho Pioneer Hotel. "   (Join fori able Uiul rooms.
Fii'fil, Class  Dining  Room.
Best Domestic and Imported Liquors and Cigars.
T. 6. Armstrong
I<'oi;t Stki-'Ui*, I J. C.
Tinware, (Jal vani/.nd Iron, Klioo.i
Iron,   Stove   Pipes   a*nd
I'lniiiliiiig.   I'ipe   lit.l.iiig   and   all
liind.s of saniliiry work'
l\ii' lidliT,—Mor, Bliist cSiovos
Hydraulic    and    Air    I'ipes    for
5-H'K(".:i A I. VATTKNTION   ['A io    TO
.1(111   wilHIi
I-,.   COHN   •
Rocky  Mountain, Avenue
Fort Steele, B. G.
\ui\r   iLlliiiil.iiin    ih   eiilleil    lu    llie
"I Mm r I.iinileil" I ruins ul i lie   "Mil-
wiiiikee A- SI I'mil lliiilw'iiy." ""I'lie (inl\
|ierl'ee|. I.l'ililjs ill the. u'dl'llly'
N'oii will Iiml il, ilesii'itlile In I'iili'(in
l.liiise l.rniiis wlie.n yiiinii' Id ;uiy |ininl, in
I.lie. I^iisl.eri! ' .Sl.al.es (ir ( Jiinailii,. 'I'lie.v
I'dlineel? wil.ll nil 'rrii.iiMceiil.iiie.iiliil
'I'riiins (mil nil Tiekel, A^'eiil.s sell
i.ieki'.ls: .,■■.■ '
fur fnrlliei' iiil'iirin.'il.iiiii, |i;i,in pii lets.
t'le, :islc :i.n.\" Tiekel. A^enl. or
IJ. 'L.   t'olll),; II.  S,   ItOWK.
I'.-iss.   A^i'.lli:, (I'ciiei-nl Ayeni.,'
S^ '    Mainiriifl.uivr of'all Kinds of Lnmlior,        A large assort       XS
^ nient of soa^omvl Ijinnh.er :ind Shingles iihvays ~»
S^ on hand '   3
^ DIMlflNHION       LITMKIOI?.      A      RPhlOI AL'PY. 3
|       WflSfl. - - ■ B G."     |
Monte carlo Restaurant.
W!VL ROBINSON.   Proprietor
Kvervliiing  Cook-cd
"AS    S'dl1    I.l MO   IT."
Port    Steele
rewiriff    Co,
III^ACyn.I II KU.S     a,inl      i: i,.' KWMli.S   .Oh1    MXTR.A    liMN i<:
SOLD    BY ; THE    BARREL,    Kl-Xi    OR     BOTTLED
Hollict.1 boor for family use a specialty
outk i bis OKi)i«;i;s:(M vi<in s'nc.'i'cyi1 $ i'i^gmi'Tattkntion
Mutz & Scott, Prop's.


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