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The Prospector 1904-09-10

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 W��i;\vy ol l��jj Ail  #  1 6%\  -:     S��P 141604      czX  U.  Vvoro  RIA,^  r.  Vol. TO.  FORT STB&L&, 13. C, SATURDAY, SBPTJ3M3&R 10, 1904.  No  37  PROTECTION WANTED  Lead   Refining   and   Manufacture  Should be Protected- And Make  ��� the   Kootenays "  the   Busiest  ���  Place in the World.  Marysville. B.C., Sept. 7, IfKJ-J  'Editor Prospector,  Having nut iced your facetious  ,reimirks concerning   ��n   inquiry  by   the   Cranhrook     Herald,   of  ��wliat   benefit   protection   of load  , would   be  to   mining generally.  when the St., Eugene  furnished  more lend than   Canada   uses.   1  think   the  question   should     be  treated seriously.     It is  evident  that the publisher of the Herald  was   in' earnest,   and also in the  dark upon the subject.  Protection is asked for  manufactured articles of lead only.  ' There is an infant industry for  "the refining and manufacture  of  lead.  Lead, mining is the chief industry of East Kootenay, and  idle lead mines are the; principal  resources of these districts.'  These mines are idle because  there is no market for the ores.  Canada has neither a lead roll nery nor a mint nor a factory for'  white lead nor<articles of lead.  Canada consumes about 'J.OOO  tons of lead per year. Every  pound of this is shipped in from  the United States.  The United States imposes a  duty upon. Canadian lead ores  and thus shuts Canadian lead  out of theCanadian market and  markets of the world.  A protection tariff , for lead  would secure 10 a lead factory  11,000 ton's of lead article's. " ���'���  With a lead factory established, sales would ,be secured for  the surplus lead in the markets  of the world, for manufactured  lead, where no market now  exists for raw lead nor lead ores.  All the load of Canada is  mined in the LCoote'nays. With  all these mines in operation and  a factory in their midst that  would consume the output, this  portion of British Columbia  would be the busiest place in the  world.    Respectfully  A   I.RA.D   MINER.  extremely low figure. This at  least is the .belief of experls in  the ������ ��� Navy Department and  accounts for thf fact thai I he  Mid vale has heretofore made  bids for government contracts  against both (he Carnegie, and  Bethlehem companies, although  it had no plant ready 'for operation al the time of bidding.  ��� What the company's new process is has been kept a profound  secret, but it is declared that the  plates will stand every lesi required and can be made for perhaps ^100 a ton. whereas the-  lowest price over paid before  was at least :S1U0 ;t, ton.  BULL RIVER ITEMS-  A Weekly  Budget of News Prom  the New'Placer Damp. ���  THE SULLIVAN SMELTER.  Silver-lead Quotations.  New York. Sept. !): .  Bar Silver ���   bead    ������   Copper   'Spelter '   London,   Kop1.c il.���Silvei;.   2ii  503  4.20  li.oO  5.U0  1-Sd:  To be Completed in Ninety Days-  Will .Have a Refinery and  Corroding Works.,  Prank Hogan. president of the  Marysville Townsile Company,  wib al Marysville during the  early part of ,this week", returning to Spokane Tuesday.  Mr. Hogan, while at Marysville completed arrangements  with the Sullivan' Mining 'Company for the transfer of a largo  portion of the Marysville lown-  ���^ite lb the company. Mr. Hogan  also said: ' That/ the. Federal  Mining & Smelting Co. now controlled "the .Sullivan. Group of  mines and smelter Thai the  smelter would be completed in  ninety days. It was the intention of the company to establish  a refinery, corroding work's, and  commence the manufacture of  while lead-and lead pipe as soon  as the smelter'was in active  operation'*.  ��Labor Unions Celebrate.'"  copper ��57   IOs   d; lend,    .��11  Mielter. Z-l-1 12s (id:  i:^ lid:  Market Conditions.  Futures in copper, were quoted  LT)7 1 Is 'id in London.  Lead was quiet in the local  market, and unchanged in London; ,     '���"'._.   ''.''        ���'''.., ^  Spelter was a little lower in  Xqndon, but remained unchanged at New. York. ���-.,,  Called Backcto Ottawa.  , W.:.A. Galliher, M.P., who  was announced some time ago  ,to return to the city on the 10th  of this month and who was on  his ", way ^ west. has been  summoned back to Ottawa by an  urgent wire to confer with the  ministry on important matters  concerning the west.- it is unlikely now that, he will be home  before the end, of the month.���  Nelson Daily News.  Finds New Armor Process.  Philadelphia, Pa... Sept. 8.���It.  is stated that the Mid vale Steel  Company has a new secret process for making armor plate that  may revolutionize that industry  as well as reduce the cost   to .an  Persons over from Cranhrook  say that the "Labor Unions celebration of Labor Day was a success. The prizes for drilling  brought teams, from Movie ,and  Kimberley, and people to witness  their' work. The contest, was a  pretty exhibition. Each of the  teams did fine work,-but there  was greai variation in the result,  and the success of the North  Star team is attributed 10 their  familiarity with the rock. The  piece used for the, contest having been taken from the vicinity  of the North Star mine.  Prizes offered for the best  floats brought out an interesting  parade. In this Mr. Wilson, the  jeweller, had the finest. In artistic design and spectacular effect, it was almost classical  The floal represented a court:  ladies in royal robes played the  role of royal personages. Arranged about these were gems  and jewels. The, court was  covered by a canopy richly  festooned wilh .wreaths, of  llowers ' and draped. ih;' fine  fabrics; This, was drawn by.  four white horses, .richly, caparisoned, and each led by a liveried  footman. Leading.-this,was a  knighted'.' horseman in. the  panoply of war..-.''' The representation was as good as many on  occasions of much more; importance in larger cities.  ...  A Float   Afloat.. ,  The mornings are beginning  to be quite cool. A little fire  adds 1o ones comfort.  M. E. Guiuter wont to Forme  on business Tuesday.  Manager I). S. and ��� M. R.  (Minuter were guests of Mr., and  Mi;s. Curtis at an elegantly prepared dinner last. Saturday.   '  A couple of the boys celebrated Laboi Day. and had a glorious  ������old time'-' all to themselves.  o Last Sunday, was the fourth  day of the" ga%e' season, and,  many of the^boys took advantage  of the opportunity, and so did  the game. All that was visible  was about 100 trout.  The   men- are   making a great  phowing in their .progress on the  work at the location of the dam,  which   is   the .most difficult pari  of  the   work .clone 'on   the line,'  being solid rock.  Charlie Reynolds, who has  been with us all summer, and  who was' absent doing his assess  muni work on his minerarclaims  hii< .returned and is .with us  again.     *  ��� Drowned in Kootenay River.  able   to   swim,   after    a  struggle, sank to rise   no  'brie I  mure.  and sad to tell only a few feet  from shore. This Heartrending  affair leaches again the oft re  pealed lesson that every younfj  person, boy or girl, should be  taught to be a good swiminer.  The funeral took place on  Tuesday and was attended -by  friends of "the family from far  and near, showing how wide and  sincere was the sympathy felt  for the bereaved and sorely distressed family.  RAILWAYS IN  ' SOUTHEAST KOOTENAY'  The Kootenay Central Surveys���  Corbin   Road  Looms  Up.  Again  DISTRICT MINING NEWS.  Of' Interest to Those Engaged in  the  Development-of the  Mining Industry.,,  .,  Our Utile community was  thrown hub a-.sad state of excite-  ment���and consternation . on ihe  forenoon of Monday last by Hie  report that Earl Mather had  probablyc been't drowned while'  attempting to cross on horseback  a small branch of the' Kldotenay  river at the southwesterly ben'd,  and an immediate rush was made  lor the spol. It transpired that)  a couple of Kootenay women,  coming down ��� to- town by the  river bank trail had .heard cries  of distress, seen the boy's horse  down by the waterside and his  dog running back , and forth  barking wildly, while his hat,  ii oat eel on the water. They were  too late to see or succor the  drowning boy. but they led his  horse into town, and so raised  Ihe alarm. Incredulous and  hoping against,hope, the crowd  quickly reached the scene of the  fatality, and immediately began  then work of searching for the  body. Lt was even thou too late  for Ihe workers to be cheered on  by any hope of resuscitation���  no matter how promptly the  body might, b'c found, but it was  full iavo hours before it was secured and brought, to shore, cold  and long since lifeless: but the  expression on the Jace of the  poor lad showing that his  si niggle for life in the chilly  water had been short and unaccompanied by any terrible or  prolonged agony.  '. The Coroner, -'being pr'esent  and having fully enquired into  the circumstances, decided, that  no inquest was. necessary, that  the death was' clearly and wholly  accidental The manner in brief  was, probably thus:     '���������'������    ���'o  The lad with his ever ready  disposition to oblige, had started  off on horseback, full of life and  gaiety, to bring bade the <;ows'  that, had strayed over to' the  island the clay .before. Following the frail down the bank and  reaching' the waterside he had  unfortunately-attempted to reach  the    ford    by   cutting   across   a  small  .eddy,    where   the   water1  ���'ii'. ' ,     ���   i  proved deeper than he, expected  while   flu:   bottom'was   soft. ami.  treacherous        and suddenly  John J'. Larsen came clown  from the Tiger-Poorman group  of mines Tuesday. He reports  the properly as looking well,'  and that a considerable amount  of ore has been placed ,on the  dump.    . ��� .   ,' '  Great interest is aroused in  mining circles in Southeast  Kootenay by the announcement  that the Kootenay Central railway will be commenced (his year  and completed next year.  There has been a large .increase in the<-, production of  copper in recent years, and West  Kootenay has been an important  factor in this large increase.  With the construction of the  Kootenay Central railway East  Kootenay will materially help to  swell this large increase.  Shipments .of iron ore" from  older     ranges     in     the   United  Recent advices '��� received, 'at  Steele this week were to the  effect that the Kootenay Central  survey party working from the  Golden end were camped about  ���10 miles from that lowu, on Ihe  east side of the Columbia river.  The      party       under      Chief  Engineer'T. C.  Armstrong, who  are   working  from    the   Crow's  Nesl branch,, were camped  al Wasa this" week.    The survey  line  has   been   run    four   miles  north  of   <Wasa,    a   distance, of  about   T>0   miles'   from   .Taffray.  The  party, are   now,engaged in  making  a connection   with   the  line,'on   the   -west   side   of   the  Kootenay   river.      The connection    will    be   made   at"- a point  abou'j.four miles north   of Wasa.  From this point Ihe line will run  north   on   the   west   bank of the  Church,   at   which  presided.  Lord   Minto  At the St. Eugene.   ���  During the month ,of August'  l.SOd 1011;= ol concentrates were  shipped from the St.- Eugene,  says the-'Moyie Leader. T)ic  mine was closed down6 Monday and Tuesday. The mill i��  running steadily on a light feed  and there now seems to be no  danger of a shutdown on account  of a shortage of water.  LATEST EASTERN- WAR NEWS  The,, Curtain Down on Great War  Tragedy���Japanese Still Har-  ���assing   the   Rear ,of   Flying  ���    Troops.  There is no news from ihe lar  east or from Russian or Japanese  sources. For the workt watchers  ol the great tragedy the curtain  has been dropped and'all is cori-  jeeturo. _ Not even an expression  of opinion comos from Japanese  sources, but from St.- Petersburg  it', is   indicated -that  the anthor-  the  Kootenay river unless engineering .difficulties compels a cross- J it-ic3S are confident that  ing to the east side. The|cnlic:al stage of the Russian re-  survey , party will change their treat is passed and .that Kouro-  camp"to the vicinity of Sheep patkin is no longer in danger of  creek  on   the  east  side  of'the  losing  any -purl  of "his army to  States1 seem   to ' be falling off.  The.'opening ,'of    Ihe  Kootenay river today.  TI if 13  (JOKBIN   ROAD.   '  D. C. Corbin. promoter of the  proposed Spokane &, Kootenai  Railway, arrived in'tpwu yesterday and left this morning to lake  a look over the survey. Ho wa>  accompanied by 1j. L. .Harmon  of Spokane and .1._ W. Smith 'of  Wardncr.    They  secured saddle  i horses and a pack'animal of Win i  immense j Rkjer(oili (ho iiveP.,msini and ex- !  bodies of iron ore ,in   Southeast! ��� '���  *'  Kootenay   avi 11    bo   commenced  the   pursuing    Japanese.      The  Russian commander .has  arrived'  at Mukden and,it is given  St. Petersburg that the  bulk >of  his   army   is ,now    near   there,  while a   dispatch  from   Mukden  to   the    Associated    l^ress' filed  ���Tuesday   says' that   the,    iimiur  Russian army is pushing  northward and evacuating that  place. '  Et is indicated that the Japanese  are  still   harassing   the   rear of  The .Nelson News says that  Old Man Simpsonhad in the Labor Day-procession at Crahbrook  a lloaf. with' a, full newspaper  plant on deck, showing the  whole operation from the  the'editors brain to'  tion (o the. public. The lloat  must have been a lloaf atloaf in  which the operation of the plant  was as invisible as the operation dipping downward. Evidently  of Ihe idea in the editors'.brain, the horse plunging down beyond  where the   whole -'thing   lloaled, | his depth threw the lad  forward j seen red    from   'the    Bull    River  when the Kootenay Central rail-,  way is under construction.  In the main range of the  Rocky Mountains in, Ihe vicinity  of the town of Fort Steele a con-'  sidera.blc amount of assessment  and development work is being  done this year, in expectation of  the building of the ��� Kootenay  Central railway. A greai deal  of ore can be shipped from ' this  part of Southeast Kootenay, and  the only thing that prevents  shipments from many properties  is the lack of, transportation  facilities.    -  Representatives of the Kootenay Coal Company, a Spokane  flotation, is makimr , arrangements to begin miningoperations  on its lands ou the Flathead  river. Southeast Kootenay.  Special efforts have been made  to secure a large and representative display of minerals at the  Nelson exhibition, to be held  during September.  When mining in Southeast  Kootenay has,.been entered upon  and conducted on a conservative  and eommciii-sense basis,' free  from the peculiar practices, too  often connected wifhpromotion,  flota.1 ion and. stock manipulaf.on,  if will < give greater average  profits than investments in railways, .lumbering or banks.  It is reported that there are a  large number of prospectors on  Sk.ook.uin Chuck, and that rich  quartz ledges- been discovered. .Several, prospectors  who- were here in. the early  sixties are back aga.i.11 looking  for placer ground 'that went from  a dollar to two dollars to fhc'pan  A crew of liien are at work' on  several properties on Wild Horse  creek and its tributaries and the far are inore than  satisfactory.*        ���'   "    ,  Satisfactory results are   being  , ,   .        . the Russians.   Furl her than this  peeled to bo out lor several days        ,.      .   . . , ,   ������   ,  ,,,, ' ., '        ..     .   ,     1 nothnm' is known.    An   absolute  They,are gome; up the Moyio by 1 .,   ��� ���  ..  V'    -  ,        ,L , ,     .,. 1 news silence prevails,  trail througn to \ able siuin��r  on 1  the C. P.R., about -12 miles  from \    lVI ��kdu��. Sol)l- ">������AU day and  j night Monday the Japanese on  the hill:-, along the road shelled  the Russian troops. ��� In .one instance    the    .Japanese   infantry  this place.  c '    '  The presence of Mr. Corbin  here is taken0,to indicate a revival of the Spokane <Sc Kootenai  Railway scheme and perhaps  early operations as to its con-  j si ruction.  This idea is emphasized from  the fact that, press dispatches a  few days ago stated that Judge  Turner had been summoned from  Tacoma to Spokane to confer  with Montreal capitalists in  reference to this railroad proposition. It is understood that C.  P. R. money is behind thci Spokane & Kootenai.  attacked a large force of Russian  infantry and artillery which had  taken to' ,thc hills running  parallel to the Japanese to pro-  fect'fhe Hank of- the retreating  army. '  "Mining Records.   ���  .Business was light at the Min-'  ing   Recorder's 'offices   at  Foit  Steele  this, week.     The  following records were made:  'NEW i,OCATrn>;s.  The Spokane & Kootenai is .a  groposed line, of railway from  Spokane via Bonners rJ'erry to  Yahk siding on the C.P.J-t.. following up the Moyic to that1  point.  Dupont���Located by Hank  Eller. situate on Perry creek.  Perry���Located by Hank Eller  situate on Perry creek.  Grace L���Located by L. Grace  The construction of the line is  of great interest 10 Bonners  Ferry and the movements of the  promoters" will be watched with  great.interest.���Herald, Bonners  Perry. .-. .-:  FLATUtfAD   VA1.I.KV   RAILWAY.   ���.  A current .report is to the  effect' that D. C. Corbin ha,'s secured the charier for a railway  that will tap- the oil and coal  lands, in the 'Flathead valley.  The charter was granted to a  Nelson syndicate by the Provincial government ,.at its last  session, . who control over l<��>  coal and oil locations, in .the  .Flathead valley,- It. will make  connection with the Crow's Nest  branch near Hlko.  Lord Minto Lays Stone.  I situate ou Sullivan Hill. '  Grace A Fraction���Located by  A. B. Grace, situate on Sullivan  Hill..      -   ���      ���     ...  G-racie���Located by L. Grace.  situa��� te' . o 11   East   Pork of- W'iId  Horse creek. . ..'    -  ��� /.Charlie-��� Located by tA. B.  Grace, situate,on. East i?ork of  Wild'.Horse-creek.  ..'.,.-      -.-.'���'  ; Certificates     of      work   were  issued'to C. J. Reynolds for   the  following   claims,    Bill   Nye, :f_,e  Page,   Ne'sby.   and    Silver.!; Bull'  claims situate cm Sheep creek.  ��� Local news.  Roberts ' was   at   Cran-  irooie  Fridav on  business.  Archie McVillic,' Nelson,  a. guest, at the residence of  and Mrs. T. T. McVitli "  day.  lie  was  Mr.  inrs-  There  was  no  visible   lloat nor  idea in operation.  over his head, and he losing   his  Mining  Company's  exploratory  hold   of   the  bridle, rein and ,un- (on peralionso Bull river:  j  Calgary,   N.W.T.,   Sept.   H.  Lord  Minto  and    party   visited  Calgary    today'and    were     enthusiastically,   received,'     Thej  feature of the day's   programme |     j     ^y  'was   the   laying  of   the   corner ' reirislenn  stone     for     the     iiqw    English I Thursday  Mr. Cha,s, Mair, l^etl.ibridgi.-,''  was,; a guest at the residence of  Mr. and Mrs. K. .1. Ciiuii this  week.  'ciirce,   Call  al    ' the  'ary,   was  Iiupcria.l THE PROSPECTOr; FORT STEELE, V.   C.  SEPTEMBER
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Ebbteriay: are.;;prominent!;:;.,. .-   v     ■■,.. ;;-"r.,1Mv-,.,',1'1.-^ •A.-iii--'W-i!'
•--.-   ■■■ • •■'•..■•-.-■■.       , -i eiioutrl1 ,K>sd\  inat .1-l.iQi.e.Aviu -, pe <•.-,
atpbng/the nfany:W^K^f^lan m^t^   U^
:bf ;%itish::;:.Cblbmbia, v?hwhtcs.h;|.^-. t,-i;^,...^..^^\"\i'^.i. ve^tb
industiu^l; .progress ,;iri;.,the;near
wf.-i1ci?;;.i;~,:ilo,H-gv|<;f!! '^;£-:-.-::> .;;■?#.!.. y-~'-,,:!:^v-:>:7jr-:;.;
^A;\C;!;NELSON,;^i^'^''>r.  '
,":',-! ■;.-.-. y! ^'!;:! '?;!■•'! !/'>■»?•/''.S/cWc A^onsjmnil   Dislrh-t, (,'rrtiilirun/.-: lid.
Shaving i? Hair Dressing Parlor
\l-.\t 111 OllUlltHl llOtL'l
KORT    STEKLE,    B.   C.
All   Wind-  of  IJjiir Wort-   u  S|i<><;iiiliy
A. .1. C.iUi'A. . -
To -oil Ki-uil, lree1-. Ita^ihei-ry,
Ciooseberi'y and Currant Bushes. Ivc.
Good pay n-eekly: Outfit free. Tliere
is big- money in this work for'trustworthy men. - i       '
We have: under cultivation, over 000
acre.i of Nursery. Slock including the and be-,1 varieties for Orchard
and Garden planting. We will deliver
yoodf> to customers in 'y'ood condition,
freight, paid. Our agents have cvtry
advan1a»e that tliis line of business can
offer i.lioni. Apiily now for lernis.
Toronto, Ontario.
' N.I5. - Will   make  arrangements for
local agency or for Ihe handling'  of exclusive territories. T.N.Co.
!'.'. f'.Otfe'-is-.: .fr^^
';v anclris'T-riow!'ftin'd^j;--G,qfnstru.ctipn::.'
'•■ lai-£re! surveyiua-.. parties': in .the
:tb ^:expect:. many
ta^oi^J ro in.;! a.; P:n:0^c> v* *" nl ?!«' f; ;| 3r5
tinct !thiffjecVbis'!know!:whyr'".;;;; -S'■***
.'■'E'it'?©i:n''''>: 'bujifeess ;y:;'!.raeri;';;are'
'MeadauartCTS-S^^SSiniiig   and   Commercial   IVIen
: The;!,, Crawford -; Bay ^v and ;Fo;rt'        —       	
;Steele;railway has;t^eeiyed.- its^
!;:! charter;;;'ajrd;.wb^
-;'!:;^vill!furnis,h!trah!spbivtatioh 'tbfa/ti;
';■■».;iniportaht!"ni.ihing< rcl'ijs!tnc!ti>;■ :^D.':
;!^Q:;;(3qrbiir-Jii^ !fl'Ve:.
■•.. v • cli s tr i c,t !ari d.' is: 1 e/o'k'i rig'! bye r! i t h!e!!
;;;proposed!Sp6kahe^Kbotenai .raji-;
:;!:road;v and' ^it!His:; tUso;statedvtli!ii.t;
-■«!!Mlv«!;(36i'b.lif!^l>as"Ksecui'edl;!;, the
;!!^ehart'el•.'■' ;;fbr! fiy--;rai 1 r'b;icl,;: 1 n;^thb;;
!!&!;-:All;of theses liubs:;!!bf;:»i'aiiroads1,
"; !;East:KooteniiyA.!„"'.;';::>-';';;'-!:;" '!■>!-
!'!: !! '°TheViiiost;;iinportaiit; projects;
v'!'are !:the"AtbiTissey;,!
t f-branch; ;of ;the;.(G!J'eat .Northern!
,! ''now' under construction,.and the
:., Kootenafy    Central:    winch:   w
!Conse!r!v%!i\-e:!reiyjne!;;.'; j,^0r
:^:>jEi:ab:::!.Yao'^'^:-i,t:s:' h'(M•i•qi•s.■■;a:ua:fi,
K'lirbpatvk in s';r egr e|sl;to;;havc
report.;;--;.sii0.uIdf^iceep! ;tiie;!"
!ii w,akb:!:-:w! i. t h on lygtii e;;' lie) j^;!;b
and Surrounding Country ' to "Repre-:
sent .<;;.-:-.-!?;!:'/:::-!!,;-!-i-,.-■',: -;.,:..'!!'.'';;^.0;;;';!!',;-,:::;
'Cahada^s Greatest Nurseries"
;.;■ ji lardy   bruits!'Small  Fruii's!' Shrubs.
..     . '-1     j ()irnajn*}iiUils,;:n.n(i itose^.   A permanent
connect   the (Jrow'sfNesX bi.'ajiclv -^tn.^io,,'^i^d.^MM'itoryrescrve'clffor the
\vith;the! main liiioof   the -.. Cana-S' i-ii^li t   iiuui. "- i'ay: weekly; ttaudsome
6ut!ii1,--fi,,o'e..--'l,\Vi-ite!.for;.|.iiirl-itaila.r.s'; and
.solid.2t)'"(ji>-ii'fs: Tor our |i(iekeliruevoscopo
-just tlie ihiny to- use:;-'.in ! e'xairiii.iin.i\
trees and plants for insects.       °    ..   '■■'.;.'
'■'•:■"' $TdNi.;:-:';\- \vioi;b;iN(.i'i.'ON,•'.;';
,., ■ " .■ ,,; -t'onthill Nurseries . ; ;;■:.!'.:.,
' ':.!''.!    '   '.,. (Over S00 acres)     .'"'i^ ;'..
tokontO ';.,-;'!;-,'! ;;6ntakio.
!-; clian ;. Pacific 'a,l;, Golden: > ;Tlib
construction   bl'    the .Ivboleuav,
:'■ Con tral wi I l.,:r'b'$'ii 11 in , tile ex pan -
f sion■■• of.--tl'ieUt^,r-i.enil.ti.Trar/ minihg"
aud I uinberi ng industiries of '.East
: Koptenay,, w'hich ,-is , the. largest
"mineral: section'Of/the^province.!
' now in a fc>,r.\v,ard state,,oi: -.deyel-
opuienf. ■"■'■ ft is'.certain that the
.mining  camps ! along' 'the -pro-
cposed route : of !-thb.-.-Ev.C,R.,;are.
auioug !■' the, most   promising  in
, ;,!'■ :":-,.:!.. NOTICE. . ;..;-, ■;■■■ ,-
N'o'tiov is iiei'i-iiy-sjiviii'i thai Uiirty• ■<lays'' nfter,
dafei intcinl to apply to fho' Chiei Coinniis-
skuier ,ot LahilS,iin<i Victoria for.a
lWj>nt.y-on'u.year tip-.b.-r lease over; the ' following latijJVi.ia Koi-Uieast Kootenay: - ' ', : v-
-.Commeiic'iiis"  at a   rjslst. planted :. acljoininsi
3 llSt
has .been ' considerabl
... .   i -oiViisIA: Cliapitian'-' lea>e  on 'th« f.o.jjt.'h  side 01
the ''.„ prO.vhiee. atiel .that, ■■ -a Lw-iute. river, theiu-e west -IO elm ins.! ihe'nee
SUmcient, ainOUllt Of ore has. beeil h'"""* UWyluiiiis. ilience east-U\ chains,
. . ■ •' • '.. .   n-      .   souui if" chains, thence west- S0,;ehaius,'thenee
.'mined,. tO. I'uriiish;a tonnage" trial ;^mI| loiu-imias. tlieneeeast 4S0ehains,.tljeiii!e
warrants    the ''■hnm'eciiate-!''"''«h'>*''^^^
'■..■■■■ ...        •'..-.'■:. ' ; aortli   :«>  ehaius.. thence   west  -'10 cliaitts .to
construction ol: -this railway.   ••    ; Pi:u.t;/:,f.!.ie-iliiun^;. ,. .■-   ;, . ■";  ..,'
-, - ,■'.„.    . ' ''■''.        .]'. 1-\:WJ.ILTI-:.     vv
...... .  .', ij:ue'.i:;hi.-."i"i!h .iuyof A iifrust... lfHlj". , i':k
talk pi late ainong   railway   met; ;:....: _l  ..:. :.  .,; ..-. ■—;... ;.:. w.^.^.^.,,,
that'the buildin«r-of   the   Koote-::       '». -!:,:,   N0TICE-       :■';..'--'••
- .    '"   .!..    ■ .'      -'     .     ,-'   Novi.e i- iiereliv ^iven thai thirty  days alter
' nay ..Central   is   ot   vast   mipor.';,i!ir(.,,,,,,.;,Vi ,,,ai.|..iy irt.'(n.-viiiefcom.«i>sioi.-
tance   to   the' Canadian/ Pa'citic. \ ■-■ ■'•■ ^■••^^■^'in xMewrin. ior ■;■
•■■       ' -....:. -....      ' ,',-•,,     '■' ' •w-cijt,v-(iin; yea i unifier lease over   Hie   1'ollow-
•  -Prom.Medicine -'Hat    tO    < rOhten. ! J!1L, ..,,,,|, i,rXo.-ti.rasr Kootenay:^-.    "■    '
OVer  the CrOW'S  Nest-'Jranclr ate I !..'<.\m,nv:n<.:Uw  at   a '.p-si. planwdon ill.; .son i.l:,
...-,■:    --'','i.  •'      ■ . ; si,'],,  <-,f   Wliiie 'liver,   iheii'-e .' I'M* eliain-.
Kootenay   .Central;- .-trie- runjun!_•..'-,.„.,,,.,. \.....; i..-,:iKiin>-. uienee noHii imv eimiii.-.-
■; ;:..'ii. ■• wi-m a) elm in.-, iheriej,- norll'.- Iii'i chain.-..
! ihi-i.-ee w -t iu ciiains. tij.-n.-e north liiu e.iiailK.
! ilieiier " "st t'l chal a:.. ihrii.-e north Hill eliains.
I theii'-T «esl lo i.-Jiaiij.s. ti..-:iee north KMi chains.
! tliv. nee iv.f-1 lo ihauis.-.h.-ne.. iiorlh HiUehaiiis.
• tiieii<-i- v.-i st ,|.-.i. chain:-, sln.-iiei- south Pin eliuiiis
I thiiicii *•-' I" ■drain-. tli";iu-'- soulli Hill 'chains.
i tln-nce eas'lo .-naiiis. thence south -liiu chain .
' ihcfice e.u>i loi.-loiins i hence som h' Miu chain.-.
! tm-nce ,-a-i |i. i ii'nii,- |.'h...|ii.i; soulli h'.ii eloiinj.
! tliciicc i.-asl -11/ chains, theiic.' south   11'.(* chain':,
''II.elH'.e.e.lfct   in'ellH ill.-.. I llcnre SOU l.ll   PiO-cilaill:.
Ilie-iiC" ..••-.-i I...0 cliain:-. lo-'placc of heeJnniiiK. '    '
OiiAS a: ''II.-M'.vIAN.
Ja.I.e.1 ilu-. ::.-,! h day of .voj-'osl..' I,WH.- ::;
time will be ihorrctied hy-a.t le.a.~.;
five or six hours, and when th-
road is completed, the 'Imperhv
Limited -will, run over thi-
route, avoiding the heavy grab-
of the main line at. Field, tliere
by saving five hours of valuabi,--
'running titn'e.
The Kootenay, .Central i'.-
essential to the .Canadian Paciii.
in shortening its running t'iniv
from ( to (Joa,st. it. is.iil.--.'
essential to the ininoral .develop-j     |i   w,
B.    C.
£a^^e   Sample   Rabins   for   Commercml   Men.
'.-'■''■■■■■■■ ' ife'f    ' ,-;"
...   ,- ■   .-«.♦.«:■■
•: ^-Av,-.'--!-
.  :     W.
Tli^ Mim^ South East Kootenay
The Largest
Mineral Areas?
and the Most
■" e.' * ■"•'''.
Goal Fields oil the
American Gontinent
areSituated in
South East Kootenay
Grazing and the
Lumber Industry
are Prominent
Features of the
It Will be to Your Interest.
m! .-iii|.ia! •
vin.llllljv,   1.1
ini'.lit  oflbis lli;st ric.l.   'I.'lli.; Illlllbcr ,jj,,,uj...  !•:..; |,.,.it ion.  hi j-.j- • 11 j<- n.:li;il,
inii', a.gri'cult.ura.l ailid gru/iug in     i'oi-ui;i.i i<>n .i-   n.  raih-oini  r,«-r>. i
WANT.f.i.'      s|.'a;i-:i;..\i. IM)i:s'M;i
, 'mis piM-soiis in .-iieh sl:i!f- Ii., ! ni V;-'! f. .1
iimiM- i-s.l,a lilislioil i.-l'-vni yi.-ill's anil, wi! i,
a liii-or !-|i|iilfil. In I'.all ll|ii.itl' mi-i-rli.Hil ■
ailil..;i"-(:|ils for snrci'ssl'iil anil |u-oliia lii.-
line I "t • i • 111:1.11 • ■ 111 • • 11 u«i •_; < -111 < -111. UYok-
l.v I'a-ih salarv of &- I ami all M-a vol in-j
i\\|ii'i'i!srs   and    liolol    liilU   ail\aiii'i-il  ii.
i-asli i'licli >vi rli     K.\|ii-rii''t  no! rssioi-
linl. .Moni ion i-iil'i.-i'i'iii-'.-s mill .'iirloso
.so||'-a,ilili'i-s,s...| onvolop-. -ri|K NATION A I,. :i:k D.-ai-iioi'ii si.; (;hicn.«:(i.
\(i:: ■•-!. T.'il.-.s ,i'ii'i liio ho-t roiilcs. .\ l-o
as- Io I oi •,•.., I nun)it.ioii.-. ■■ in -St. I.oiii--:
liol.-N'. .-i,... .-I.-.    l    c
. Ii yon '-'•ill v.-1-j I •- Id.- nniloi-sio noil,
statin; i n Ini'imi I ion von ilo.-si.rc.
III.. sain, uiii im- jii-iuii|i! ly liiriii-lioil.
11 ».-' do iiol . lni\. . ii on liainl. will
.si.-oiirc ii, lor you if pos.-si I ill ■, ;uu\ wilh-
out any'i..\|M.|i.~o, Io vo.i. . Aii'ilross
ll.'ll. •n;fMi;i'l.l.'. Coininri-oial Ao-oin
1 12 'I'hinl   Sl.nrct.   Porl.iiunl..< n o,
Tlie proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway will pass
through Fort/ Steele and Tap the Greatest Mineral Belt of the
District.. ■■■:..'<"',:
Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale
Applyvto., ■ V ; ■'■?.'0\\'"-
Tbwnsite OflBLce. THE PROSPECTOR,, FORT STEELE,  R C  ;���.;-,-..",:", '.';V .-'"':    A'GOOD' BAKER''������. .  ;   'The'oven iiv llie  Kooteii;i_v; Range1 is. .scientifically...proportioned, to the size of the0 fire-box, so that  no ' more   fuel can be  , bunied 'ili.-i.ti is' absolutelynecessary .1 o'hcM '..i1i.e oven.",:'  ':  :  The oven is lined, wiilr heavy si leel.fsl <-".'���!,, which .''.is a .great.  ;.r.: .���'.'."'.'.'{"'���'���;���'"������,;,,  .'���   /.'if ' radinl.or i.;.l'ih' ;aiul'in'.siti'es  I .&."/...  Iff youf contemplate; 'visitihy' tln::i3i.  '" I'Joiiis' 12xposition,;1't:o hcciirer.eliahl.c;fi11  .-'��� formation-:afs-.'."to'-l .'railroad -service,;i!b<,  ���/-''lowest rates'ancl l;lierl)'eHt;i:i''put.,6s^i.. j%lsc>  ���'fas'-to; locals conditions':' in -St. 'tbuis:'  ;shote;ls/etc'./-:'ete;/;/f;:/./i  ..:,' If yoiifivilt: write; the -in id c r.s i g 11 pel ���  '���-stating;;.what;, iiiforiiiation '"y011.' d csii;o.f  tli'esariie wilt-be;, promptly,'/luniishcd.'  'if-we doiiotfliiiVc it'phThand.'^nvill :fs(>  , euife/it;l'oryou:if possible, fandfff.witlfiont,  ff;any expense to yon.;^Addi;ess':_:>/,'f-fS:  f���������';.;B. H/ TitUJlMULi/,; Coivinierci'ul -Agent  ,'"'/���" . :!l>:fl42)TliiiJel^U!/Portland.f 6 rcgoii.  -:;l  ;MINKJ<Ari;-ACT.  CKNTlI-'IOATK Ol- ��� IM 1'KOVKMKN'l'S  :Ji  NOTICE.  �� S^TrjupAY;: Slit/'IfV: io?Hl(p;;  Press Comments.,//-';  Zr'iZ'' ���.ItahisdH^riif'^liiieral 'Olauri;/-; / ;*  ��f///'fSitifiiUo in 'uii:.Fort Sic.elefftliiiiii!< Division 01'  i;,v;iOiistivodteniiy .DisU'ici..:;f':p': -fff ff;:f/. �����:.���;}*'f���//'..  :;;'  Where iociuett:--On Tracy Creel;; ;;.'��� T ,f\,;S.  :f;f-^TAlvK"?NOTIC]i:'- ilm'liXrhos}':'^-Ale vfli i c/ I'V  ��� '//.M.C/SNo.:���uranp^agsiit.;.foiv^Ym^qiiVHnf.Kretv  f.wii.-Miiicys^^^ .UJjJT'lif.lii.tuiicl,; sixty?  // iliiys from/tli'e>.<iiii6". liiM'Coi'/.ttbf'iifpply.ioKt.he  ;;:r'Miniuij;llecbr<tortor!:a = CeH  D'fmenis.:for/tii'efpurpofd-'dr ol'tiiiiiiiitf iiCi'owii,  ;���'���:������' Grant drihoiibovoelaniiv-f.ff :;'7-.'f- :,:; ',: /,. ./;  ;: Arid further tiikdf nbiieo thin action.-, .mitler  ^Section';!?" musc-be'coinineiiceirbcfiM-o.fthei.s1?!!-  'iuice.df sucii.GevUliciileoffliniirdycnieiits.-. ''-.>  ''   - Oiueu''tiiis'illiii'(liiy ofslidy, A.Df/lftoi; f  ,   'Villi,       ,..' :: THOS.T. MoVlTTIU...'.-',".  \->' ���  )y\ ��� ;...'.:. '.NOTICE. ; :��,;.':/ ;'",;.  /'' '.To Wiiltcr C.',nuivcliett, ancl to iiny .oilier  .party or parties to whom he.'.may have. trans--  'ferred (his, interest in the. ;;Gtvlore" .Mineral  f'f Gluim, situate, ou Sulliyiin ',1-iill', in U10 .fort  ' 'sieele'iMinin)-' nivision.'liliiWt Kootenay..Bril.isH  :. Columbia.,.;.: .    /../ ��� ';<. ,.   /,-' ... ; ,.-   .' / '  ������': -'i'AKIi..'NOTICE   that you  are 'hereby .re-'  ���v'i|iiirea within ninety days fi-oni the,piibli-  '. nation of this notice to pay to, the luulorsigneil  llie sum of ifiK.OO,. the amount expended by him  1 on your; interest in said claim for assessment  . worlc up to.the 11th day of November, l'.lOSt     -.  'AND KURI'IlEK'rAlvlO^Nei'J'l.CK Hint- nil-.  ' less said payment together .with all'.'.cost* of  . advertising is paid .within.������the'.-'time' above  .stated, your Interest in said claim   lapse  lo the undersigned on account of said expeiuli-  t.lll'O.    - . .-,,;    - :-,*'-': ;'���.'.   -   -7:     -  ���'.  .THISNOTICK is given under Section -I  of  the "Mineral Act Amciidment Act, tutxi".- h ;,  ,  ;.'    DATED ,1.1ns isih day of .lime, 11)04.   .  ���    27   ������."������' -.-���'  .WILHIAM J. f,AN(.lL,KV.;;  V .'   '.'';.; ftilNK'UALAC'r.   ������[<������   .'���' ���,' .(  ' -'"���    ��� .   KOKM   I''. '.'",..'  flrJliiirnio'ri'j,':'! Lines.v -,���V.f ,.    , ,?.;'f, ',;������  ,,!" Wiiatff'mii^bt;bp:teruieel iut'vgeu;  ^TfTlp i>ipe^cl.r(2aii'vMs-ali(v taire-.Qf, an  I'm m e'cli aft & pi pe, 11 n e. I'br .the F1 at-  bead;:oil'-...>egi'o.ii/ ''"-^'tlfi'.is;,clistrict  will friodoifibfc be'provGcT'riclr; but  bas; not; ayen ,;.;been';'^i'ospecitiad  ytet;,';,iVb; fitnvf ^  ne)ave]ls������clrivon; and-pnfly:: intl'ica,-''  tions' fcMiuel''-.^g^'la^^f^M^itbvff^bei"  ii nci.i iig������' ol'' oi I" ,inff;q ua-iiiit.y p.ip'e-;,;-'.:  .);ines;-v;.iii.d^  if) tit; f��ii ivti 1; tbe h" i t;vis. alt-bosh :.tpl  , tia I le.;abp u t.' tbo invf:;:f';Il: ������"'t-iVi & %-llvf;!;n s4  made-��� to':crdatg a.;.booin; so";as^to;  .Sfi''li:,',ei.o.itlVl;'|i.uI';stw  'iifiirL -that coutitfry'^fiir v'ttf eii'dVarid  ������-'������'1-   A'--.'.'  "o-"--.;--;*.^--.--..-;--.-;, ���������<���������������...'������: -l..;---';,-.y..,,-..,...:. ���'-.(,   ;spuna!s�����$:>������>p"i;iEi.ct.iaafi'f:f I'lftRiivflike;  ;dVeahie']vs';t;allx^lf;'Sin,e^^^  'lwxfispectif2>bnIAvlu^  stancl; iu ;tbo; deepest ^workings;  and' restijiis.chin.',on t-iie"grassf f:'  interesting sigh 1ft at.(lie, SpbK'am.  Interstate Fair tins... year, AvhielV  lasts one.week, ..from , Oetobrjr   '���',  to ti.    ��� ;Chi,pi! Lot of llie Spokitue,  -.Indians";.'.will'' pitch  :bis   Indian  .village on the Fair grounds, and  with  /.'forty,: Iudtan,  .men,   and  \vqinen')iiid,ichi!rjren will, live .in  the tepees and furnish   a coutin  ual ]oeriorrnaiice, .free of charge,;  ,of.;fuii .aiid. itmuseinent   for  ail  Ansitors''to"the;Fair. :  ,Thex' will'!:  cook  their : tneals^/in old Indian  fashion .afiitl.; will   engage  in a  the Indian: ines;- and- 'amuse  riients..     Theyf will   have/^theii.  ponies and will run   pony 'races I  jon the;Pair grounds,,track.; Bun;!  ^a.y,Mt}re,Jast'''day.'off.thie!Fai'iv.';w,iJ.].  be Ih'c.1 i an day ahd \v i 1.1 .,be '.'��� t u rn ed  0ver'to Chief;Lot and his follow;  ers -for^ any  exhibitions: which,,  they may;care to make  in   front  of the 'grandstand./.; This yyi 1,1 -be;  very':iiiteresting..tQ;, but,;es-"  pelciaUy  so   to   eastern1 .people,  who get excited   whenever  any/  thing is said about "Indians./   ���  ���'/;:'���:-:���;' ^;:':'//"f;/NOTICE.-.;���:':;.-/:.-*���;,. ;:.:-..'  f.";'. Take: notice that thirtydays ���'after: tta to J intend, to iipply.fftd the ejh'ief 'ejoiiiinissioiier of  Liiiiuls'iind Worlds,for a license to piospeot :for.  Coil J mill Petroleum .011 the follbu'Jii;; described  hu'id; ' nogiiiiiinu; at thc.southea'sl eoi'iicr. post  planted: on the7 north, lino of D.''Aroori','.s.coar  license, theiice north '26' chainsV"llienee ivest/  I!.:-(". ch'ains.inor'e, or less to.ea'st/lihe of C. jl.f  Giirs';cortl,,l'iuen.s.o. tlience 'south, SO cha.iiis to  northwest coi-n'e'r 'bf1,l>.''''jroor6's'/.'cioiii''.lloonfie',r:  theiice east II.2'i chains tofpluce.offboKiniiiiiji;..,  : '*,';.. Z I,;" <:JAS.'Tf ft, A rbiJA^vT.'h6ca^or^,-;  'wiiated.iniiviotiKtiioi,:;//; ;//f;;^.:f;: '���;;;--��� '���'.'���  ,;l!eKiiuiiiij,'itttlie upi.Unvesi, corner post,.Ijcint;'  I life noi'ihenst. cdrner;i)ostf;bf "'D;,;fftiooi-(i's/ coiil  ,1.1 coiise, thence east1,1.^0 oiiains./iheiice .south  Si) chtiiiis, thence west l'j.2t5 cliiiiiis, "tliencc'noi'tlt  S0.; pliice.ofvbeBinntn^./.'fif .f;;.ff;ffi/;f;.fi  -,;'- ���',/-',-;:. ���: A'NDRUfwv:rf;^:idiva wf" liocator,-."  '.- Daiedf.fuiy.i;0th.ffil0fl /   / :: :/'-';/       "'f/, x\.'-,-'  <5ttii\v;i;Gitizen. .,. f     /'-./ .     ��� '"/"���  9 Itiis' itistas-we' b aye said.  The  -;-���;: '���:'/: ::'f-.T AlvH': f '^Tl'Q K��\: ;"-,;;-���;    "  ."���Tl.iii> tliirty ilays'iiflcr (lute. lfinici'id Ld(fiipplyf  .t'o;U;u^C.i.iieriCoii,iii,iils..sloi.iei ol'f'Jaiiilsaii(li\\rorK-s^  for ii liiionse. 10 cut iiiui carry iiw'iiy timber .-'front'  Uio.follQwinB'ilyscn^  Kooteiiay/^fCqniihenci'iiK'iit/ii [posi'fplnnteit:  oiu/-liiilf jnilc; iiortirdf the. olij . North .fstiif.  wa��pti road atid heiiivthe sdut.luiiist/coriifir ,of  T'(. i?oriwicl;;sf;tiihher liiniI; thdiide SO f chains  north; thciKie SOf (.���hains-'eiis't. thmic,. so chii'iiis':  south, tlidnce. SOMdmiiis/west,;i<>' place of/t'ftr:  !{iiinin(;;..���i-.-.'----'.'=-;; ".-'-:.���'/''.:���';^;��-!��v'-���/ ff,v..-/;/ifV.'-v.-,-'"' ���������  //Dated' flfilh'August, 01 �����>���::'Z- ''f1;/';"/^ ��� -  ,���;;;,;;;; crtAia/Ks:;j>6,w.i3j'!iir;iJo(!ii'feiv',.'-';i..  .: .T'! ...//��� :'/ff/:?;y/'-:l>/iC:,NRAVl!;tin,rA|idnt:;/:-  0KltTl 1'' 1 OATK  Ol.1   IMPf?0 V KM lON'I'S.  notice. ������;���;." ;-  ���.;���    ���  ^-^Wostern     Star",    "t'mir    e)'i;lock".  . .'Mfriiir^.^Seijtci- Sf'iir". "Morning  Stitr" iuid/'l'ltistertr Sfnr"  .Mineral (Ihiinis.  .Slluiite'in the l-'ort Steele Mining Division of  ,  Kast ICooteniiy District.  Whore located:'- Cm stream  which empties  ' into Hull Uiver about sixteen 111 iles  liprtheas'l  ot Kort Steele: '. ���       ."    ���    .     . , .   .  TAKE NOTICE, thiit J.'.lohn V. ICesler.Ffee  ���i\ Miner's Cei'tillcate Xo. 13.7,'tl is, intend..sixty  days from the date hereof, to-apply to the Milling Recorder for a Cei'tillcate of Improvements  for the purpose of obtainiii!,' a Crown (J rant, .of  the above claims. ' ,  L,  Ami  further  take notice that,action, under  section 3", must be cominenceil before the issuance of such CerlilioUe of Improvements.  '  .    Dated this ISLh day of August, A..D..MKU.  :".:,':��    ,.'���'' , .'  .H.11IN V. I\KS]',KI{.'  ANDKEW  GONTRftGTGR  NEIDIG  'and    BUILDER  IIOUSK AND SKIN 1'AINTINO  CALC1M1NING and l.'AI'KK IIANG1NO  FORT STEELE, B.C.  Jagf", All   fwork promptly done.  ra,paci6u.s-go.yeri\ihent leaders in.  Quebec are ready .to sacrifice the  future;erf that,province, provieled  they cafvi : de!ud,(5-itS'people into  voting on racial lines.'" No>neAvs-  'paper or/public man in , the Eng-,  lishf'Speaking :provinces ,has e'ver  appealed to the people "to vote  "against Sir: Wilfrid. Laurier because lie is ;t French-Ganadian.  Such :-art -appeal would ��be un-  British-,"aud ;unfair./and .would  -npt'-;.be /listened to 'by a:self-re-- elecitorate. On liisper-  sorial: qualifications' t-lr , Wilfrid  .Laurier has as ��� much claim to  "the". support and; /'respect of  .Canadians of all classes''.as any  other public ihah. .'He is judged  purely on his political >.record  and the i/eceirded vote' of -the  English -.' speaking" provinces  show's that"/ .ft: .remains fen-Sir;  Wilfrid Laurier's own ministerial  colleagues 'and'/ government  organs in Quebec to edaiin that  all French - Canadians should  vote agaiiist Mr, . K;f L. Borden  afnd for Sir Wilfrid"'r, not  on their respective policies but-  because Sir Wilfrid is a'l<Yene>h-  Cana-dian,. And ; Quebec ��� re-;  sponded in I;)()(), with , ,")S eiuf of  bT> votes. It it does 1,lie sain'd'in  tlie next election, can that province blame the rest of the Do1  minion if the English-speaking  provinces; take up' the gauntlet  thus thrown' m tlie face?/  .-^:;;.;;.f/;/'f;^/'-'''^/:S'/',':/:-/;f//: ���;�����//;,,"f;";i*?7t^/<*f''V?::^  ��^^m^r%rzi, ....-,.-���  ..,,,���  >i���������',;;.:��� '���: ,."���;'-'~/;/*,:.';'���/��� ,/���'',./���������-/;./'.��� -> ';:,���';/.if,^':���,--;;>;;>>l;-:^\;. -.;/".  ^��'AgektS' "foi; ''' ''-."v ���' :������/".:;'��� f>: '���.;: ���',."/ u,,-. ���'::������* .'���":. /" f;;,","; ..,; .  "g-: ".;���; '������������  "������.'���.. ;..;./...'.:.'������ ":������,'���'��� ���" '/;��� ���������";;/!' ;";. :���'..--'���������,   -'/. ���������  "���"  $ Giant I^owcier; Co.  Have '.just- received, two  ���������'���'.' i'. Carloads of   ,/   /.  FARM- WAG0NS,fLQGGIKG TRUGKS fg/  f/.fc'f./' : AND.DEiOGRATSf I/'*-///'/    ;.Pl'b\ys^:.Hari,'p,\ys,'.'' Haying audf Harvesting .Tools  plefnents of all kinds;   ��� ; ;'   ;."���    '      '     "���;;  ', ���    , - ���'  ,ira-  Mining Supplies ^tnd llardware.  Dry  Goods  Boots  SOLD;.BY'* THE-;BARREL,;,KEglpR ���;BOTTLED?,;  '-,��'':  ,.���; 'Bottled beei* for fami 1 y^:-',z.'-:,tW'������������ :'���������  ��� ���-^���^'������:z{:;'v-/-��� ^ .:;/;���'.';..^: -;:;ijse,;;a;vspecialt\^;:r?;/;'^./,"/  , : ,;-  GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTIONu;  G ���-.���''   ���   ";���"':   ������    ''���:'     a'  ��� ".   '���      '���'.'���;/'.'..   ' s, f   '-������    ',  f���.v'';/."/    ���   /'.//,  ���: ^SiTlS'FACTION GHARAN/TEED^ ;:���  .S]Kikinio I'^i-ir I'  f   Indian races, war   da.nces in an Indian yil  all 'their own, will be one of  find  I age  the  MAN.AC-Ki:  Trnsl.wnrl.liy   Imly  WANT I'M)  J.   H1GHWARDEN.  PIONEER   BARBER SHOP  Everything Strictly First Classi  Next door to the Prospector.  (Ml ij-cni Iciimn in  iiiiiiiii^'U liiisini'.ss in ll/.is i-oiiiitry ini<l  .���i.iljiiii/iiit;'ii-rrihiry I'nrwrll ami I'uvor-  iil.iiy Iciowii lioiis'i' ni' .-.olid liii:iiiri;i!  sfuii'liiijj. WU.U'.l. striiiLi'lit rasli s.ilnry  iinil cxpniiscs pjiiil ��� racli Moinlay by  L-liurk 'Mrcot froni li....,Lili|ii;i rli'l's. . Ii.\-,  pcinst- money .'ulv;un;<;rl. I'Dsition |��;r-  iiiiiricnt.'' Addniss .Miwr.t^i'V. SI" t.'oiiio  Ulnck, (.'lii<:ii(jf<i. Illinois.  - /'Hats ' ^ifid:.>:Ostps' ^j^v  and -'Slibe'sw - ���"'���������:������. :'.'':& 19,  /'.-'/������-��������������� - .,;.:���'���.   '/<>/  '>:':., ;,'������"';-.!.:'''.  -::'.;/������������ ���\':���:.:.,��� ,'���������������. ; ������ ������������ M-  General Mercliaiiciise.      ���$  ^^:^^^1<^y^^c^ :��. :^:;!^:^:^:^z^.:^M  V  o  !'^;  .1  *  P. O.  BOX 812  TELEPHONE  NO. I  Fort   Steele   Brewing Co., L^td.  ;^; ^3J4^"^C^C^:; ^-^���prffpf^ -^C^p^k:^.^ \  General .JVler.cHaira.t  lwiq[t4or Dealer.  AND  Manufacturer of all Kinds ol; Lumber,       A largo assort,-  inent of seasoned Lumber and iSbingles always,  .���,'.���    ' on band      ��� f   . '.;.:..,;.-.  DIMENSION  '   LIJiVl I-iWAl      A      SPECIALTY.  \U,  j-,1 *"p!   '������335'!*  i-'WmM  RIFLES I  r'J  No matter what your ieicas or pr-w-ferc-ric-:  arc about a rifle, some one',of i:i;;li-: ���'/!!!fe:  cut Winclicistcr'niodels "will ' :-'.urr:.!y: yii  you.    Vi^incbesler Kifles   arc   made in  ftSfl; - -/-  iiiiiuiiiiuiiuiiiiiiaaiuiiaai^iauuuaiaiuiuiiuiiiiiiiiii^ THE PROSPECTOR! FORT .STEELE,  B. "0,, SEPTEMBER 10,   !<)04:  i*A~*cza ���"--r--'1���-^���'- ���ii--:---"s.��� r--~- -^;;,-nmi;.  \fi. .;.,;.(>  ;'���/ ''i'.  ���V-'^\:: 'f'The^es^andsafest^in-;  ' ���;.:���'/to ,,. keep-; .Bale's, 'ski;i ,���  _���:. :':.L health .vis ItQ: use ;onlyf ��� ���"; "<:������  -/���:BlfBY5M:r0:Wlr;  "."..'' ; ":/';.PureV  t)ainily,'" DelierUe.;/ /      ;'  Beware  of  Imitatjons.     ^  .���':��� "���.���������.';. ''..���;/'./;;/;/;/���'.". ..;,;.."'' '/ ���/; ���"���'���''''/' <'c30"/<;  ,,;,:AtBERTt70lLET?SOAP. CO:,  Itfn,  MOS'TStftLi ,  ^Mht:'^rx:o&pzj;i0t./A^  -31--        ..���:.'���������������.������.������-..--..-..,..   ..,���        ���.       --  ���---  ,.���   - .    .- - -.'-. ,  5.��-$��58*##&.;8��.$��;iSH����&4���� '  ���".������  .5 &    ������������.!���-,     .'.,., ,'���������, ../',...���," ���        ''..���.      ��� '*       ���-,'$��' '���  '.-A'L'CJi'irxA.-Y';.'..SKRT. IU.,l!il;M:  IiMperialflank .,of;Cahada: J ^^030301311 BailKQlG0ni!IierG6l  ;rnTTT7?7fTViTTnf7Tvnf7f'(7,n.fTV7?rmTfmmm%-'''.2  I ';L00AL ' ^  ;5/sii'ui j is 'iitiiju ,;i'ii'i auiOiuAiAiiiiiiAmi-?.,  ���'. ��� .R..:'l1o.|.)|ii,;ig. :.R.ovoJ^tt>leo./' wits,  at; tire Slrn! b.cojia i-Ti.Ve.sdaiy-, :j;   ;: .;'  //l.b'v/Grfoii yva-s'f'at-'Steeie: Tue.s :  ���day I'll iiroifess'iohai biisinesls. '/.- '.-,���  yf',r:;:i:Jya.i, ai.d '#.-',, Us-lieryV^avd-���  ��� viiK, -.vv.ivrp: a r.Sl c'ele ;'i-nosela'ysip,: '.,';������  //tJliiis; C..liii[)uij|;.n''.' was   al;Gran���  "ii'Oiik'oii/bvisinoss, Moiuhfy ��� ��� f''    .'.'  '///// CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   $4,00,0,000   , ';....  ...".V". ���."       CAPITAL (paidupy-    -'':.$3,000,000'      .' ��������� v. "."'������"  c  . ; V; REST ACCOUNT;/ ;;��� :,;f$2,^50,000 :���������".;;. /.'���  ��< ''''H,te,cid.:'/OFnce;-v-'-Torphto/.;y'.'. ;��� ;--.; ���/;./   ���������: ��/'  ./v ..'  5f ^MlioNTS'^iX (il'il^Y'l?;/'I;tilTA'lN-f'Lloyds,;- Hiuikf/ .^f/Loiiiliard .'st,^  2.;' '/ ��� i'^.iiidiia-i-/ -.' ./''/���/.. :-'/;. .."_'* ;..;: ;;;-, ,-'���.���..-,., .'���'.'���'",-,;';'.',-''.���';'' - "������>-- < '���/''���������/������'. ':���������,.].������;.���������'���'  St'-'���.'���''.'"'.���': . '"A General Ifiaiikiiiy/'J.iusiin.wy Transacted.',:' ���";..-,.    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IE  "'/������',;^'v'/^'/'f'. .��:-''"if",///-j //''��� '-.:-.'���:!"'4;���''  .;;���;:'"/-'-fyort^Stoele'^B/O  ff'O.U'l' S'I'KKIili'UKVliWI'MliNTfSYN.l.llCA'rK bTll'  ''/' ;I38 iioiiilonliii.ll.Strii6t\;',n<ijiiiloii, lOnnlaiul, ,/  .N./A. WALlJiNGER, : ,' FtiRT STEELE.  --/"*-/:/,.; POST'OFF fC K BOX 8,;;/.f- '���.'' '���'���.  ;'/  /'y: :iV;'biint,ing,,partyf' atBuminei/s  Flat.'on Menulay '...secu'reel.-'/"a. bag  of. 28cliioksJtnd oiik;kens//;'  ���;; / ,M r s:/A~:-^ :tly.d c. ;Bak eif/ tuifd/Mi sli  ,iVioss:;'{. Granbroak^/ Averfe; Stefele  ^visitors onSa'tifu'dafy la^st.;7'   ������,. ���;���;,;'.'.  '���"���'��� Ii/ .Kiinpton',; Winderih'ere.-'\yas  at;"iv CranbropU /'attGnditig : -i;he  tiaboiV:Day celebration on ^'lon-,  day.'  .;'; -';���������"������-. ;'/ -f .;;'���//;"���''���; '������'/  ;.;A/Iv: add Mrs.,:John Chainmiiigs  ���wgrefiruests at/the   residence;fof  "sf* ���; j/'".^;- Vs. T v�� ���� i'i''if.Q1'';'''.,'uMr.;;. and- Mrs. ��� Ben' 'Hu'ckle,   at  >;:���.?.'J:r"H*.' vV1"^. * ^../^''-'  ;: -i Skooku'mGhi/ick. Monday.' ; /���/���  civil; engineer-  rt .- ,������������..-,.    ���.-,    c-- '/f' 1/ /Miss ���, ii.    Taenbauser. /post-  .;P:roYinc,ial,.;Mnd..;Sur.v.e.yorj^  ; ::;/;:iEORT S .tEELEjvB.;,��:///��� ,L  ./' '������ ���'���'���'.: ."���"..''"���/ ���"������" , ' "'fff',       '���'��� -,.'���.���.' ������'.'"! Steele this, weak/'." -..���','.'.. "'"-^f '.. .-::��:  .%>',.*:'  GEARY ������'���.������&���"���-dGY-LEJ:    /[/,/The^indications ;fare ..that the  ',//'���..;, i ���/���"/;,~-' f���'��� ������'-'. '-.������Ttov'n of Fo.rt Steele/ this w.iut'eri  .'Livery, .-Feed   eSc   Sale   Stable-  ���;.; will-be. the ' -of  tlie   past  ''/������'/-.;''P'ort'Steele ;B:e;   /'���''    ',,' ���' '.t"?">"t"��:-.f ^*>irs.; ���' f / .. ";"  Second. A.n)vuaLE?c1ti.bitibivpr the  ���;��� Nelsoiv; Agricultural/-and;  ; Industrial Association  '     /New .> Buildings;     ; f//.,  ;:    Fine Grounds " -        ' ��  /Big Premium List  NOVEL  OPEN   AIR   ATTRACTIONS  / :<!^Vrite'l'or 'l-��-i;i/.e List.'���''-' ���';'.''.-- ;./"��� -';',  J, E,; ANN ABLE, Seoli :Nelsori,.:B.C/  ^r&^'%''~' /''' v'-*'' ''. ' -:..\l\' '',. ''<���'.'.':' .:{r ,'' l'-L ���'- ' ���'' ' v"'~' ["'^'���'���"'_'' -������' '.:'-':;;y ;--������".; *' '";- '. '������������������������{ ���������'- v ���-'-������;'   ������;:' \ ';'!;'' \v]N '���'-������  Mmlmmmm  %M-i-:%'A'i-^lt'^  :4,/":,/i--'-/fe��*-;//;'-f/-!^>;-j;/:"^':"--iE   ; ��� ;t---������3������t"-- tit    - ^TT/     .-.   '// '        ..- " ���      -;...-.   --,-,; ���������/A,  /    :;--:'���-��� " ---:.'- -���/'  ���'���':''��� '.- /"������' >'   '--"���',/-   /���'-'���'/://' ��� .��� i';'<. : /,'       ''��� &-3 ,  ;;/;;..;/- 'i/:,;;.;/-;'... r;..;-.;; .;;-���'/���:;;������.-������/;/ -: -;;/..."- ���'/.'--.;--:���;,;/./.-'..;..   .-././/^ -I;  Call he taken eititer,way.  ;if hot./place in-hot coven  ��� '/  -,���/'/ ��� for., a; Few 'moments,. or;;serve with: -;���   ;  -, /���  ';;.-,<,; ,'''...;-"'-.V. ,.',���;witrm'.'milk-jQr cream./ ./;.;'.-/',/','  ��� -;,;:.,:':^;���/ /;>; :.:^; ��� ^'��� ''::;,:';:;^: v;V,'':^'-":' f',;^.^:;;���/;'��� '.;v;/"  f.ASK\YQXJK: .'G'kbCEFL'; FOR   IT  ���:;.rfe  ���:'SEAfT^Ei':'TA'CO,MA';-'"'-v-'>''  i; ���;/;'.;,/:��� and; All';, ; .������-��� f;  .��� ^..|. is.  '���.'���.'���.���'"'" , '- ';������' ./��� ���" ,.   '"'-:v-/ ;." :/'..  '.M L'-^^iff^1^ : ^<->^yt 'Points  ST.... PAUL, CKieASO, HEW,'YORK,  1 COOTjpN" \V.   CAKl.IIQO.,>t',;PAQtPIfO; K ATI>-ff  :"-. , i WAV COMt'ANV.      ,  /'     '*      "-.{.  i -Tl'io lii-Kt iiniuiii.l (.iif-iioVal iiiOiithii,' of llie-i  Ivooi.unay. Cariboo & t'uuiui; ttuihvii.v Conipiiny-.j;.  '.villTio hold lit, tliconidoot Hiii,'voy& Mi'.Oiiflurf]  Solicitors, t'lii't. Stcolu. li.O., oil \\ru(liio.sfiiiyr'Y  October WtlV l'JOJ, ni llie hour oi', il HO o'ulpck' in j  j Uie Afioiiioon.' for Ilu; olectibn'of Direiitors mid j  I other business.- / / - ..'  ,'       .���''���.      '*.���',���.;���'���  ;���:    Re-aiar/ -Daily   Sta^e''iueets . i.U,,,';.   M ��� A^ Beale.   Granbroole, , wlio !    ,'!,,,',i S0!^'mb,'''f'''n^Pvti-v      '" ���  ���:. trains at FortStoeHi ^uletfon. '���       . .;:nas' betuifoutih- av Wasa for ' the j   :,:\     "._  "    ,     " : ' ��� "cu,,K s^reiu.-y.-  ../ tiast/t Week,:   .wits .at. .Steele,, on    ��������� ��� ''...'. '   ',; ���'���~r-  -Siitinvlav'last: ���.'-.������'"    ������;.'.!' NOTICE.'1      , I :  SADDLK A. PACK HORSES.  TKAAUNG'or Al.l.   KINHSfA SPKOTAI.T^        ���"';'" f'".1   '���'������'":���'.,���        .,'..������ ���"        '  .; - ;.; 'notion. ',;���:-  :     Take:' m/iwoo   tliiiif.tliii'iy f si-nj. .-��� a.;;.  *;Ut';    . i1151"1", ,,,''r 'i!'l"'V    '";'/''    .   "''. .'���'" !>11>-!SIS   at   the    inipiirhll   Sutiday -1 ���<'> Uie'l/oUowiuK liuids iirsoiuhensl ICooienny.  CommiasHiiiw-i.if LiUblr-;tinl.   >\ m-K-,-  >o ;.-,., ,. '���      ,. "   j    ,;   (;omiI10jic-'iiii,'iii �� posi plnnie.l on the trull  ; 11.',   Uai;'lin.!_r: t.i.f,. AVardner. ,,-a,ntl  ! ';'��� Uar-.biiir" of ,Ci''anln'oo!c, . -were  '1'i'ikc Nolii-i; Uim. iliirty. days lU/tei- iniblii'ii- j  tion of this notice, I intend io apply I'o.tlu; Chief j  oiiiiiiissioiier of mill Wiirta :u,'Victoria j  fnrii License to prosped 1'orCoal ii'iul I'eiioleuiii j  a.-1:  n the uortli'side of Sa^'e creek   and about six  iiiid oin'-half miles of iliii. lnteriiatiomil j  , \/it;tori;l for it fii'iM-r.^i-   t.>   |ic..-[>.���(������;   i...|.  i.'i.'ivl   itiui   pi.jti'oli-ui!!   mi   'hi.ji.Uiii.iiiL.-.:.    . ... ......  ili--eril)i'(l     land-'  ' -ilti-iti- - hm    Vi.rii'iri- V   ''���   *���  -"'  l't!^11'''.'���!'   irontllly  -inOOl lll.ti ; Hoiimiary. t/nence west SO chains, thence south  river in' SoiitlHiiis't. Koorciiitv...  -I'.i  ���of  V'li'lli  Sti'l'.  Loil'r('    A.F/ it, A   I *>(,|m i"s- thence cast. HO ehiiins.  iheiice north  M.Twa/ hehi    ill   MllSiMlic   f'lali.on :>"<' to placeof be��ii,nin  T.tif'.sdii V" eveniuir.  j     Unfed Miij -Jnd. I^ila. . < -    ���  .    ' ,   ' JO'l-LV C.  LKONAKb  ��� :: C oiiniieiiciiiK at a. post on the north side  ..i/Siwe Creek niftlity chaiiis east of ,1','C. .Leonard's application, thence south, Si) chains,  iheiice west HO chains, to the east boundary of  I..C.   I'., -oinirilfs" up plication-,   thence  north NO  (.'ommozv'uig  at  a   iio.-r!    [lianti  chains '.vest of the rv<>i.-t!*twi--st. mm  .John Kwin's .iioal anJ ))i.:f.riili.Mi.r!i iieiMir.f   ��� '       _ "   ���        " ','...-  ���;uid on the 'east-side- of itinek Xi.i..45ss. ; ���'������' ,Wlii-    Cla-r.iin    left..  Stitele     on  thenee efast 49 chains.more  or' ie.s> M-f Saninlay hist: on a-n eiist'.ern trip.,  weritlionndarv OI/;.J(ihi: RwinV ,-bai aii'i f';i'' ^vill'visit   St. ^ fan],    'IVjroiilO  .'���pctrolemii     license. /'..t'hene-.   ''smith'   -II   -/'HI,  Othl'-r    eastern    ci t ICS  beforti j ".naiiis.   tli.-m-e case srrchains  lo place of. be-  .eliains. tlienee ui;st -lit ciiains   iiii.i'e   or   !"! i-'*") nrti.s.  less to the east' lioii'iKlary of I'.Iork  iri.s.s. ���  .' ���;  .;  theilre hoi'th  II i-hains to  iiiaee   of   hi.   ;���';.���    |.>.  . [,.     '\\      (',;i}\;\-,\]V\l,      Intlilill  ���fiiiriiii.1,'. , /  , ;iL'i'hi!"   who     was   at   'robneco  '.Mauil t'.vans. I.ocii'oi-   .      'iMiiiliS   nn   Oliiciit.l ' i>usi"ucs.s    Inst  .1. 'J'. I.aidlaw. ,\.j..|i! ���    ��� week, I'lH-ti  I o Steele nil  Sat..  Datod Alio-; -Ii Ii. ' l'H| If "��� Mi'diiy  In.-si .   / ��� ', ;  (..'(.inin.iei'ieiiie   at   a   |inst-'jilfiinfi-ii/ail- ' ,  ', '        ���  jn'mino- the nhi'l heii-,1 i-iirtn-r . of If  I Ini-vev's eoal ilii.l |ii'| ruliu'iin liif-.cii'-i-.  I.hene.e soulli Sl>, ohnin.- Io I In ��� Hurt ir  west-cornel- of I'll 11 inn' I liirvv's 'a.a I and  '('"isbiii^ . .'i'i)d ' h initint; are. ikiw  the   Older   of    the    flllV;  "bol II    of  .- A' 1,1 ic 11 ; h;i ve    lie.. 11    mo(id    ill     llie  ���jeinifv  -o!     Steelo,    dfiritiir    the  pe.l r ili'iiiii     liivns''.     tl i. ��� i: i-< ���     .-a^l    ^o  ,i-|ijiins. i.'lience nul't Ii SO   rliniiis,   Ihi-iii-.-' '.' '  west ,S(I   eha.ins   Io   place  ol' lrn'o innin::      '/ f       ' :  eonlainili:.;- (till neros uii'ii'i. m- less. . Mceli.inic-, ,1 aiinci ~. >p..i i~meii '.  ���           '   Vi.ilet, I'lvans.   Locator "''", il"',;   :nl11   -'"'"   the   skin   arcl   remove  .    ...    .     . .. . .:i.a-...   oil   iiii'l, ni-t   stains    pnint   and earth.'llaw.  .\o.nil el.-., use'l'lie -Mristcr   Mrclmmcs"   Tin-   Soap.  Dated Aug. 10t!i> HKM.                      .'15 : .\iu-i-t -r./ilci .soap ' "-. Ml is.  ....inline..,.  liiiteii'Mayiiid. IS'.r.. ',  W. A. ,LKONAi;.t>  ;i   C'oiiiniciiciiiMal I hi; soulli ii-ftst. cor.ier of'.I  '..'.   Leonanl's   iipplicalioii.    tliencc    imntii   HO  chains'. 'Ibcnce.  wcsl    SO  cha ills, I hence  siilllh  Ml cha ins; lie ncc casl so cha ills lo place  of lie  l-Jmiii'ii-!. ''  lino..! May :;nd is'.i;,.  ���    ��� .   1 MJAN'IC   LKt.lNAItn   '  I ('o:nin.Mi'i'lii.| al. Ihe soul hwcsi. .corner ol  ,1. C. I.e..iin'i-ir'. iipp.lii'.niii'iu. I,hcnc.. soulli HU  'I'haiiis. iheiii'.' e.M..ii sn ehnins. thence so  eliiiiiis. 11m-.1i>-!- '.M'sl so chains 11., place of be-  Ulllllllil^. -   - ���   .,  .liiili'd'iMa.v ���-'ml. Is1.'.. .  ALUKH'I' i i, I'lVANS  .',.   * V;.uitii..iM-iii^ ni the iinrtlu'iist corner lit .I.  r.   I, inrd's   iipplicalioii,   Hicnc   .mirth;   so  ehnins I hence wesl so chains. Ihcnce south SO  chains, th.-iii e eiisl sn eliiiins.lo place of be-  i.'iuniiiK. ���       ,  Haled May -Jail. Is'.'.",. . .   ���  III! t'KKU ItOWiMAN  ;;;f:';/'''':LPKE:JHE  OLD FRUIT FAli.RS'V: /  ;-:;'/'   ���"'.'���'.',"������������   -,.", ; .MifViayiflNTi.i'-. annuatv ..;. '    /���'.;.;.  SDOKane, October 3 lo  With 'Large Displays;, in all beparfinents.     , ,  ' ���',      ,.  ', ;        ^2000 Offered .i'or Fruit and Pi-uif Exhibits-  ..' .     ,.-.'������'���' -'"-.More tlion'^>'0,000'in Promiiiuis and Prizes.  ��� . ,/ . '- . c -'���������,     '' ti  /���'/."'       .'''.'������''-,     ���     ���       ��� ' J or .More Bxcifimc Races Eaclvpay.    -Slil.nii.d in Purses.   |  Ealace and Tourist  'Sleepers, Buffett    .  Xiibrary CarSj ''Modern;  /       Day doaefhes.       \  - fDining^,Cars,      ./  ;WIEALSl,fA;" LA f.CARTE..  Best   iVieals - on   Wheals  2'':���������'-. -.-'.' KAST f'TKAINS,,/ O ���' --'     ':  I'lAS'l' AND .VVIiS'l." DAtLV ��� ^  ,..'������'SPECIAL/K.XCURSION    RATES  To.'World's Fair. St. Louis  , :,    .    YOUR'CHOICE,.'OF. ROUTE;    '  for/ full. ��� particulars,   rales. /folders  etc., call oii'nr address.  ���" ' S.'(':. VKHKJ'IS. O.w/l'.A.. ,  ���',-.. Stiiittlc,' Wasli.   ���  Down Town Carnival'Each Night.    -. '  Fifth Regiment! British Artillery Baiicl.  . Free High Class VaortevillelA't,tTa,ction.s Dailv. ...  .  Fine Mineral Display. Dog Show, Art l<Jxhibit/Etc.   jj .  Remeiiiber-Low, .Kates & Special, Excursions oil a.ll;,Railroads '|'."  ftoncession  I'riviU'Kes for Sale.,:, ,   . Write lor I 'milium l.isl niid l.'ncc 1'roKi-iiiii.,, I f,  HOiri'.'-ii. e:t)sc.'.ii,(>vii:, Sccreiiu'-v and Mnuimur, , , J  eie  T. ROBERTS.  Proprietor.  Fre&h and ,^alt:'Meats  Always -On  Hand.  '\'i)ni' attention is called to the  .'���I 'inneer Liuiitcd" trains of tlie "Mil-'  wattkee ^ St l.'aul l'-tttilw:i.y.'" "Tlie only  peiiifeet frains in the world."���'  You u-ilMind it. desirable lo ride on  l.liose. trains when u'fiino; lo any point, in  the lilasti-rn States or Can;itl;i. - They  i'onneet| with. all Transcontinental  Trains and all Ticket; Ao-ents sell  tickets. '  , For further infopniation, pamphlets,  etc, ask any Ticket Aijcnl. or  R. L. VOIM), il. S, I'iO.WE,  I'ass. Aopnf, Genera! A sent,,'  SPOKANK. PORTLAND


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