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 iAM-.i'-v  ot X*'4  Vol. f).  BORT STBBLB, 13. C, SATURDAY, SBPTBMBBR lf-J, 1903.  No 38.  A FRIEND TO LABOR.  Tire"   Conservative    Parly   Have  Legislated in Favor ol'  Work-  ,   ing Men.  slookmen are now determined lo  unite in order lo proleol their  slock and see lhal ������oaillc  rusllers" when eaiighl receive  adequate punishmenl through  I hi' courts.  CONSERVATIVE    MEETING.  One  of   the pel,hobbies of I he  ' 'Liberals,   used   in   (he   present  campaign, is lhe .slalomout   lhal  fho'Oonservalives have had eon-  , t.rol   inr all   previous Legislative  Assemblies iii British'Columbia.  Section 10 of the Conservative  ,   plnlfonn i rends    as '  follows:���  "That.'as industrial  disputes  almost   invariably   result,  in great  loss and injury   to   bolli   parlies  directly   concerned ,and    lo   llie  ,   public,    legislation    should     be  passed   lo  piovido moans for an  amicable adjustment, of such disputes   between   employers   and  employees."  The Conservative party is now  and has heen a I all limes lhe  friend ol the working:��� men.  Therefore in asking" workmginon  for their vote'and inlluenee in  the coining election, .llie Conservative, party, have a right lo  substanfiu'.e these facts by  bringing to the notice of organized labor some of the many Acts  passed by the Conservatives in  the local house, in favor of tho  wage earner.  Coal Mines Regulation Act  18S3,���prohibits the employment  1 of women and children, ,1apanose  and Chinese from working: under  ground, and provides for the  general protection of men working iu mines. ����������� -  British Columbia -Railway"Act  ' is'lO,���provides    compensation  for cattle killed, etc..,,thus   pro-  tort ing   the   rancher  and stockman. .- ''-  Mechanics' Lien., Act 1WH,���  1 protects the working man by  giving" him a lien against any  property on which he has worked, thus providing" security for  wages earned.  .Rmployers Liability Act 1S.J1,  ���provides for compensation to  working* men for injuries received in factories and on railways.  Apprentices nnd Miners Act  1HV.7,���provides for apprenticing  children not under fourteen  years.  Arrest <and Imprisonment for  Deb:. Acl l'.-W,���practically abolished imprisonment for debt.  Creditors   Relief   Act   1902,���  provides  three  months priority  lo1" working*  men   for wages and  .salary, when employers property  is seized for debt.  Labor Regulation Act 1H0S,���  Japanese and Chinese excluded  from working on railways, telegraph and telephone'lines, and  public works.  Shops Regulation Act 1900, ���  Provides for a limited number of  hours for children and female  employees.  Workmens Compensation   Act  ]i\iV2,���provides   for   injuries   to  workmen   and  compensation   to  .workmen in case of bankruptcy  of employer:  ���. Deceived Workmens Act liOJ,  ���-deceptive representations to  workmen declared unlawful, and  damages can bo collected^.  The above Acts are all,.credit-  ied to the Conservative Party,  aiid cannot be ''repudiated.  Workmen will vote and sustain  the parly which in time passed  have, demonstrated friendship to  the wage earner.  Cranbrook Liberals.  The Liberal party held its  opening meeting al Cranbrook*  Tuesday evening". ' 0   '  J)r. .1. 11. King", Liberal candidate in Ihis riding; 10 C. Smith  Liberal candidate for Pernio riding, and S. S. Taylor. Liberal  candidate for Nelson district, addressed the meet ing.  IN SOUTHEAST KOOTENAY*  Hen. ' Charles Wilson,  Caven   and J.    A.  Down    the Liberal  Binders,"  Thomas  Harvey  Spell-  /flie Political Pot Has Commenced  p-  to   Boil���Liberal   Spellbinders  at Work.       ..  The week' ending today, has  has several sensations in politics  Hon. Charles Wilson, K.C. ad-  dressei't meetings at ��Pernio and  Cranbrook.   '  '���Tom" Caven andr.J. A. Harvey were at Marysville, .Kimberley. and Moyie, holding public  meetings   in   the   interest of the  i  Conservative party.  In tho'Criinbrook riding ���Tom"  Cayin has his coat off working  overtime, while' lhe Libornls'are  marshalling" spellbinders, which  is ii sure indication 'that **Toni"  will be elected. ' ���   ,  > "Willie" Ross the candidate of  the people in the Pernio riding  is pushing lhe eatididatoaof the  Crow's Nest Coal Company to  fhewal'l.    R. C. Smith. Ex-M.L.'  t  A., will go away back on his Si.  Mary's river ranch and sit "down  during" lhe next four years.  Liberal spellbinders were at.  Steele Wednesday evening".  lOditor Simpson, as a spellbinder  did not explain why fhe Herald  w;is Independent, and its editor  stumping the district in trail of  the Liberal candidate Dr. King*.  Mining Notes.  Stock Association.  Si-eps.-iro iiojw being" taken by  the stockmen nnd ranchers of  the Fort. Steele district to lay  tlie foundation for a Stock ��� Association. A large' .number of  horses and cattle have been  stolen   from  .the'    ranges,   aiid  The advance in silver and  present comparatively high  prices are creating-'groat interest  in the silver, districts of the  Kootenays.  Fifty coke ovens arc now* completed al Morrissey Mines, Half  of Ihis number are in operation  turning" out a splendid quality of  coke.  Chas. Kloinshiith, a' W.  Bleasdoll and others have staked  Hi coal claims on Elk river nortli  of P.lock -1")!IS.  If .is said that the Dominion  government has decided to establish a Department of Mines,  and has already engaged Dr.  llaanel, an eminent geologist, to  outline a scheme for this purpose.  The smellers in the Koolonays  are now being mipplied regularly  with coal and coke.  The Si'l'ver Lead Mine-owners'  Association recently 'formed lit,  Sandon, include 29 incorporated  companies," embracing practically all the silver-lead .producers'  in the Slocan, Lardo ;fnd Ains-  wort.li districts. -: The purpose  of the association pis''to .pool flic  product so its I'o get the best  rates a.vailablo frorii the smellers  A Iter years of inactivity silver  hits again got in motion, a.nd  touched fhe highest, point, that if  has attained in' recent years, vi/,.  :>~l cents per Ounce.  it is seen in the papers every  day. where1 some person- who  knows' what the conditions are  and who knows how to advise m  fhe" matter of making invesf-  inohls' is. ail vising young men  to go to Southeast Kootenay.  The Libera! Conservative  mooting at Cranbrook Thursday  evening was the largest political  affair ever held in this district.  A large number who attended  tho mooting wore compelled lo  siand on the sidewalk', in the  roar of tho stage, and al ovory  window and'opening of'the large  hal'l.       ,. ���    ,,  Owing to fhe absence of Mr.'  A. Leit'ch,' president of lhe Consorvativo Association., fJ. H.  Thou ipso iT7 "score i airy A 'dec u p i oU  the chair, and in short, pithy  speeches introduced the speakers  Thomas Caven.. Conservative  candidate was Jirst, called, and  after his preliminary remarks,  referred to lo'cal questions. On  the Chinese inquiry; Mr. Caven  said 1 hat. Dr. King, as an employ-,  or of Chinese knew more about  them than he did, he the speaker would leave.lhaf matter to he  discussed by the Doctor.  Dr. King,' Liberal candidate  was then introduced! The Doctor vainly slrived lo stem fhe  political tidal wave which ilowed  in ever increasing bulk, against  him.. T-Jis parting effort was a  boquet thrown r.to- the ' Liberal parly, a political sop that  withered and ' died before his  speech Avhich occupied just- :J0  minutes.  T-lon. Charles Wilson. President of the Council, was the next,  speaker. Pie referred to provincial and dominion affairs; tliat  while the Liberal party, were  claiming that the prosperity of  Canada, was duo to Liberal legislation: the true facts were that  i *  t he Conservatives, and sir .John  A. lVlaedonald, laid, the foundation of Jhis prosperity: and that  the Liberal party and sirWilfrid  Laurier wore simply carrying on  the work under Conservative  principles, not daring lobe faithful to anti-election free trade  promises. He said that fhe legislature must be,, made tip of men  who will legislate for the good  of fhe greater number, and to  secure the passage of legislation  that is fair and .beneficial to the  whole province His word picture of S. S. Taylor and Joe  Martin in a death struggle for  the leadership of tho Liberal  parly, was a touch of 'high life  lo- tho "spellbinders, and a  source of much laughter to Conservatives.  Mr. .T. A. Harvey was tlie next  speaker,   who   also   referred   to  pugilist, of the Crow's Nest Pass  has been arrested, and is held  for trial, at Blairmore. as one of  Iho results of a stabbing affray  ���in which ho wa.s mixed.  Vene/.ula isr massing "troops  near the frontier of Columbia,  hostilities believed to he inevil-  able.  Liplon received no invitation  lo attend .the Soawnuhaka club  dinner.  There is a strong probability  of Servia joining with Bulgaria  against, Turkey.        ,     ' ''  LIBERAL MEETING.  Port  Steele   Listens   tc-   Liberal  Spellbinders���And a Good  Tory.  Communicated.  Cranbrook, Sept. 1-1. l<)0,r!  RniTOlt   PliOSl'VcTOU, ���  _JL����� t- ^---^-Fort. Sfoolo;-B:0.-  Deai,;Sir:��� , ���     '  Rnclosed you will find copy of  resolutions adopted at a mooting  of   the Cranbrook' Labor  Union,  last   Saturday   night.    Will you  be   kind   enough   to  publish fhe  same in your, valued   paper  this,  week and oblige the  members of  the Union of this,district.  ���   ..       Very truly yours  H. .1".   LlPSMTT.  Sec. Cranbrook Union  1 uest ions that were local, and  paid a. praiseworthy tribute to  Hie Consorvativo candidate Mr.  Caven, who he declared would  bo elected on October fird. to  represent Cranbrook riding in  lhe next provincial house  Tlie  meeting  wa's   closed,   by  singing   !,God   Save  the King''  by. all present.    ��� if  News Notes.  Berlin���A historic castle,  which is believed.,to have existed four fi ii nil rod years' before  Christ, has boon brought to Light  near Cassol.  Tho rush to the Poplar creek  mines still continues.      ,  Sir Thomas Lipfon's chartered  ocean-going fug Cruiser hits  sailed for Liverpool."  it would appear that the London 'Times li;is been hoaxed in  publishing tlieslory of fourteen  ratflesnaIces liberated at Blarney  Castles.  Jack Fitzgerald, a well-known  Cranbrook.   September   12fh,  1003. "  Whereas, an article was printed in the Moyie .Leader of Sept  lLM'h .falsely slating the members  of fhe Labor'Union of this district has decided not. to put a  candidate for the .legislature in  the field as the members of the  Ararious unions prefer to endorse  the candidature of ��� Mr.,'Thos.  Caven.     <a , *...  ' And whereas (here is-no foundation for such a report, since a.  candidate was* nominated,' Mr.  William Oliver, President of this  Union, who declined to accept,  the nomination. ' ���   ,  And whereas fhe members of  lhe various unions represented  then determined to place no  other candidate in the field,  ���therefore.  Bo if resolved Ihat this union  protest against, the false position  in which labor representatives  have been placed by the "'Moyie  Leader's Article'1.  Be it resolved, that this union  by its action'did not endorse thi  candidal tire of Mr. Caven in any  sense whatever or bind its members to the slightest degree to  support him.  Be if resolved that this union  is taking no political stand, and  lhal its members are acting as  independent citizens, privileged  to use their intelligence in voting for the .candidate, who in  their opinion is the best man for  the district and the province,  Dr. K"ing fhe. Liberal Candidate,  or Mr. Caven. lhe Conservative  candidate.  Be it resolved that, the Moyie  Leader, the paper that published  fhe article and also lhal the  Port Steele Prospector, and the  Cranhrook llprald.be asked to  print these resolutions for,the  purpose of placing the union of  this district in a. proper light'before the, people. ���   ',..������'.'���  W- ft'; Ouvuif;,      .���''.  President A.L'.U. No. .807.  H. .1. Lll'rilOTT,  Sec. A.L.I J. No. !!07.-  , Over 100 supporters'of Thos.  Caven, from Perry creek, iVloyio  Marysville, North /Star and Fort  Sleele attended tlie Conservative  meeting at Cranbrook Thursday.  The leadership of the Liberal  party is in the control of n coin-  mil too of four persons. After  the election is over those four  will call the Liberals who may  be elected together, . ami .loo  Martin will be chosen as leadoi*.  of that employer of Chinese  labor, the King Lumber Co. he  had but-lately been talking to a  man who claimed most emphatically that ho had been dismissed  from the lumber company by  ^lone, other than the Dr. himself.  Mr. Harvey dealt with the  proposed improvements in the  fiscal system, 'improvements  which, if the lion. R. McBride  and his party wore returned to  favor, as he had no doubt they  would bo,' would place the  finances of Ihe Croat. Province  of British Columbia on a.sounder  basis than c\,*,er they had heen  before.  Tlie last speaker of the evening���except, a short reply from  .D.'-.-=!ving-=���wa^P��� I'^SimpsoTiT-*5*  Editor of the Cranbrook Herald,  As' a si tidied, labored effort, a  striving after effect, it was a  masterpiece; as a political  speech calculated lo impress its  hearorsj .it was a failure. It  strove to be sublime, but unfor-  lunalely for the speaker took  that one slop which loads i'roni  'the   sublime   to  the ridiculous,'  on.  His last" attempt to please the  people of Fort Steele, by pre- "  lending to be' greatly in sympathy with the Koolenay Central  railway project was so palpable  a bait lhaf it will bo some .time ,  before the people here will bite  at it. "     '  Matters Political.  Dr. King, ihe Liheral candidate for iho Cranbrook district,  hold his first meeting at Steele  on Wednesday evening last,' and  if Iho enthusiasm which is usual  at such events whore a. crowd of  rooters accompany their leader  is any criteria)), the meeting was  indeed,a successful one.  By H:80'quite a crowd had assembled, and tho chairman, Mr.  Pawnell. of Little Bull river, in  a. few words introduced fhe  speakers of the evening, and  called���on- Dr.���--Wat-I ���1 o_-a eld ross*  the audience.,  ����� Dr. Watt's address, from an  historical point of view was interesting. He dealt at some  length  with   events  of by-gone  years, indulging in self-satisfying reminiscences of the days  when   he  was  occupier   of   the  proud position which   Dr.   King  is so anxious to occupy,*but as a  speech dea,ling"wifh questions of  aild   so   need   not   be  dwelt  the hour we must do with   if as  fhe  worthy   Dr.   did wilh those  questions,���pass if by.  ' The  speaker  of  the evening,'  rDr. King; was the next to speak.  His expression of his  determination   to  avoid   all personalities  in the campaign was a commendable one which  all , appreciated.  At.  some   length, he expatiated  on tho visitors,' the   progress!vc-  ncss. ,of  the party, he  had tlie  honor to ' represent,   and   compared    if   with   the   ,'���naughty  lories", whosc��� sloth   and  deeds  of    wickedness    he    considered  should bo punished at   the   polls  on Oct. 3rd.     ''  Tho O. T. Pacific, bill'claimed  his praise and decided where lies  condemnations of, fhe great, gifts  of kind.made to the C. P. R.    ,  The Chinese question was also  touched  on 'by   him,   more par-,  ticulai'ly as if affected  the   King  Lumber   Company,, who    have  been accused of employing Chinese labor.    He declared  he  had  nothing  f'o do with fhe management of that concern,   which,  he  believed did employ one  or, two  Chinamen in   inferior  positions,  and   so  had   nothing   lo do with  employing those'Chinamon. . He  did   admit,   however,   holding   a  block of stock in'   thai   company  which  we   venture, to   presume  may give him a voice in its management after all.,  After    touching  one   or   two  other  matters,   and   expressing  his belief that the  Liberal   platform was more decido'd. more do  finite,     lhan    the   Conservative  platform, tho Dr. made way   for  Mr. .1. A. Harvey.  Mr.   Harvey   had, but half an  hour   in   which   to handle lopics  which his opponents had spent a  much longer  lime,   bul   that   he  did   so   well   no   one  can   deny.  Rapidly, running  over  the   previous speeches, he  showed   how  ridiculous it was to:compare the  building of the G: T. Pacific   today   with   llie building of the,0.  P.R. so many years ago. .  He  poinled   out.  also, that not  all the wickedness, of .the   past,'  not ;tll the sinsof wliich   we -are  suffering now, could be properly  ascribed   to   the  Conservatives,  for''never .'but' once, -had   there  been anything bul a .mixture; of  both parlies'in the   f !ovei;nment  and   tliat',. once    was 'when    Joe  Martin held sV'.'ay at the head of  tlie Liberal jiar.ty, the would   bo  The- redistribution    bill     has  been taken up in ,t,ho .���-Doininioir''  lipase.  Vancouver Liberals fail lo see ,  anybody   but, .Joe   Martin.      He"  .will be fhe Liberal leader if  th'e  parly   win eouk in  the  coming  election.  ��� Conservatives in .Southeast  Kootenay a.re linn in the conviction that W. R. Ross and  Thomas Caven will be elected,  and thai the McBride government will be returned io power '  on October Urd.  , There are :*M constituencies in  this province: Vancouver re-  (tirus five members, Victoria -1,  Cariboo 2, and all the rest one,  making -li1 members in the new  house.  The Labor unions of lhe Cranbrook riding, are satisfied with  T. Caven, and feel that he i.s the  man who will guard their int'er-  os'.s in the Provincial,legislature  Hon. Charles Wilson, K. C.  was al Fernie Wednesday evening and Cranbrook Thursday  evening.  Tt is now evident Ihat W. C.  Wells will bo the one candidate  in Columbia district.  Boys, ihe members for the  Kootenay-Boundary ridings will  control the next fJovernnient of  British Columbia.���Nelson Tribune.  Tho Liberal have been planking their platform and have  added six more., They might  .have doubled 'the number for all  the good if will do them. Wh;U f  is needed is ;t few good sound  props, not. planks, to hold the  platform in a. tenable position to J';,  carry favors with, the electors.  fn fhe Cranbrook riding 'every-,  tiling is going most favorable  for Thontalfv.'Caveii the Conservative candidate. If look's as if  Dr. King will .continue to practice medicine.  ���I. A., McDonald, Liberal .-can-  didate "for Rossland, in   a speech  tirists who claimed so much, for accepting the nominafion  repud-  lheuiso.lv.es.' '   ���'.,  Touching on.the Chinese question ho ' pointed out thai - tho"  Dr. King .claimed lo have nothing to do with   the   manpigomenl  iated Joe .Martin, i and now  doubles the dose by saying that  he does not think that. "Joe" is  fitted for, fhe leadership of the  Liberal party. THE PROSPECTOR   FORTv STEELE,  B.  C,,  SEPTEMBER"!!^   1903.
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»'^i. >'|t. V|!r.   vf*   <
♦.•■♦I* '
ngv Center of Soutli East Kodten
Tlie Largest 'A'
;'M!ineraI;; A're'asj; -y.
and the 'Most' :'bB
;E|ttensiv'e7;w [A AAB'A-y.y
..' G o a \Bpyl el S«', o n y th e' .7 7 '■
:;Am;ericail C011 tineiit
TIToF7"' vuiifleittvijiiias
f'j'fff5:;'V7*tlif;iJ-a ,pi>i'.tfirtii,'bf-VVel'.y'7cb;if!Vtit'e;i'
'if:herea'tet''.' tof lw" disposed off Hbpivhlv A'
\ t-ese.tvvd'''.fioni' svile.v oi  "'      ■■•'■"■■■--•• ■
tease., so
V^iilt,
.'•:. i s:aie;iw'pe.i initie^ iuay be .eptsily pieeet^
).■';;.j si.ble:; ii:.U)i;'it-„opei-;tUbn beeoiiies neees-
■.■..|'.siir<:;oi.',,'.i,»<iy;;sably.
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;7ar*e;^Itiia.ted|in;;^
l Sa^iftHf 'Eas t- Kobtenajr^
:'cal" formalizations wwM^
7-f._v ..^iiii'tVjti^te.fc^
f A A can' -afffor(l7tof'welcbme7^^
��;'v,.;,:xy xx .XxXA ''""'" '"''Ax'-'-■ ;v77'"'"'w"f v"f -■j'.J.ii.i.'lie,'eibjrtV■x'o seetii'e'ctfne eSebisiqi). .of
v;;:;-',:bu,t.;the7:'Go;nserf\Tative, rpa ";Asiiitie,;labor^'w
jriculture
Graxing and the
Lumber Industry
aire Ppominentw
:'Ili»trict.y;7''':>f"7:f-'fv>"';:'^'^:.7''-'''7
l.hevKotitena^S'is ndtdtite Off''the'riv
xAABfhBiinosA sell]sli-vas'w'ell'fias ilie;
.'fK.;-pp''ii'npst.'-'7..';uiis'eiii
7i77 vproinpt.it. tovearii^stl^dekirQ't'he
7" w-v-lT'rp.^ l^ri't^; of ? tlie A* B y ovmceyAXbi?
B .. iip6xi,i];tli'n<^v7,6f .^bh'iepmiti^aLl'ij];
;;7vfvpdus|i"^;:;'7'aticl^
.-■';-f:-v'g'uai;'cliiig-*'«a'^
■;;;;;iiffect;':tliatvprosperity as' 'against.;
:)7ff,'.evils;^liiclif;thteateib^
■,7'7;f;.i"BQtf;iiii:eri;'sts.;wf7v.f7;;;7w7
iXy.XXxiXXXXx. 'iX.XX''AXyBiXX^.s. X.Vry'srr'yXXAXXX,s. X'';
wf»vv;vv |[fjf can'npt'be^
7w7'Ml.icfi,l;;7;campaign vf;airects7;tracle;7
B.;.,., :;<! iStu rbs f;l5u siiless^cbiiditiQii^fri.itidf
:w|silpd;r)ig;';tiie7att^tipi
M.w^TrqmidlHiii-V'iiSiiah.feii.terprises/
.pfv-iiKliistriefei; A >AA Ahe ■'. Pi"'cmierfof'
this Bravinee;7 Jis the
(Sdn
serva-
'7^,).ivoieaxlerin;'tlie,,cbniing contest;
7' .A-lr.   iyrqi^ricld
,',''. 7 ing;.I'oi'':',a.  short' campaigii.■■ .and-
"'■'■..'tivialf'iiig'il'. redvlioloivliile it lasts.
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"7;;;.   Tlie-'"■.Coiisci'va.liy(i, ''candidate,
TI voii 1 ti s C;i. ve ri,' i s ■ ti, wo r 1c i ng* lilaii
"■.■aiid""',stands well "with those who
'.■.':' toil i'dr ;a." 1 i vilig; 7as: -'ivinatter.i.olv
-.1'act-he;has, recuivcd. the individ-„
wAf ■' f'rhai'Xhyvmattei7b?' -litj'tte'r .'tet'tn.*'
:i'^Ac^,;:^y7-5-pC.'rsl,i>;'illy'' '*a.titl7"';i3Lppt:oiyin-'
,at.i01i.s,fp,i'cthie;.jirpyh
'(. litsiyV pi-e^ed'f, it]>Ph.rlie'"iipinin!miif'ii'6v-
ftiient,'vf',7';,!iv.77f'';77;' xBA ii Assx':. A''? 'xy.
.^fih'-'-ia'^hav-t-hp/y'h^.r-l^
:the7'.iu-oyiiiee,v bef fpfetet:ed f a]id'vene,Oui--
aged:v^y;'th'e','iiiiposi,tibn;fiif; ineirpased,
■WioUiin's'v'flu'tiesj oft. tepid.<':iiHblead7pijii-'
■tlil'utiiftf-iinpoi'-.^flvi.n
;G<Vh^ei-v7itiye7iiieiubei-s pf-tllij'Doiiiinion:
fH'tVtts-c.be itrg^Jil tciisu|):p6i-t any'..friibtiiiiiv
p,int-i;'oclu'i:ed;,'fgi;,;:stii:h:''ii^^
■f.f"-;"' J'.O, ...-"--Tli ;fi D.'"V'Uer.77 i ii<,i.ii<f'tri si 1 .,:/d is] ii'iiiie'#''a iV-f
iriostfiiiyHi-iftlily^
i*Ul'-'i'y:-Vot-l^
beriied'pVpurtljtr) ..thef ppubiiei iegislatioii
ifiliottld^be'passedftbfjii-bvidi'jbean-s^
'PUi;7fi,niieablef.pidjncitiifcnt7';p
liiitertsd^etWeeiv^'enijiloyei-svv'and) ;7enl-f
vAy^BA"AAiiyXAfyB'-AiAiAByrA,A'y!;
xXA l;.'?wlf,li;iv7it!7i&7aci'visji>>le tb7'fbstei';tiht;;
liiiinii r;ii:ifjti:6 ol'Miif ipftuyvpiijdiictps blf.tlie7
'lirayliieo i\y|iJhiin^the fptoyineeftis^.faivvas;
ivi-puptiealde by...iiieansfoi";taxiitiQivpii;the
sai4;i-a\y,iii'odii^t.s.;stibjeetti).!i^ebat.e7^|'
tliefspuiie;'iii-wlu^lexir,..piii,i',,'..\yl'i'eii ■■iiiiiinii-
faelin-ed ;iii'Ripitisli7Goljtinbipt. .   '...'  77 "f;,
®m
.,'wff>.,'l''°7v' fw7 x.'A sX., "iyxX^BxA,. vsyxX "..-. xi'xi'' A"'' y-xx' ''xA:X'-yi:'riifAixifiAiAXfi'yi'if'yiii i[ 'xxAiAB'Aixy'ix yf Axiysii yy. ff.. y.. yyyxj'^.fyy
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:"'":'"'- sxAByiyyiByxBBAxBiy
W^mimicmmx
ifxxxyx-xy y ysp'ilCE.,y' y x    yxAy:
Notirc is'[rei-oby,'given tlini ililrly'days''''a'rio'p
• laic IJii tci.nl io apiilyio llioCliiefComiiiissioib
or' iif l.niuls, iiii't ,\\'orl;,.s nnil 'Assistant Coin-'
misslotuM'Of FiiiiPcIs iiinl W'oi-li'.s ipi'.Uic pisii-k-i
or.Siiiiili ICiisl lvo(''t;ciia.v.,i6i- ii.Lii'qnoe t<i pros-.
IX'i-t. for Coal aiul"Velrqleiiinffoji thiV'followiiif.'
ilescritietl liiiKls:' Sit utile in Sontfli Kii'st ICdotri-,
piiiy;\vest of fthe' Flatlioiul iiiver aiiil iiiji; miles
uorili. of. th'e ..fivtei'.iintioiiiil   Honiulary.,.  Coin-
... "..      .    ' -•-  ■.'..»  .  ■-,   ..;.-. , incucmy ui n post iripi'rhed   Ww.I.. Ti-othfewav.'s
..Ifial7  611 d01*f"e merit, Ot    tllCf.,Wage-    norilieastrprner post, thenee SO VhViins son 111.
feai'llOrS  ill  thlSi'ldinS'. ;...:'      ijieiu-e SO eluiinis wesl.theftee SO oliiiiiis.nortii.v
■•„■' ,.;'"'■;. 77'.   ,!'.:,.••',,       'j. « ^.X'X. .^ "■'_ -X .■..'.',   t,       .    tlieiice S0'eliniii5,eiist to posiof eoiniiie'iieenioinf
-■..."""•;.••' -"XX .' '■ -■•■■. *•*,.'■, ■'** ;■■■*.- 7 ■.■',"■ .■'-''"''■ ■"..■•   f .ootitiiinihtf WO aei'es.nioro.or less: 7'   ■,■'■.'.
fixAsS iii matter pf vitalfiiiiportahce
■ 77;oiic whi<^i7thecelectorSvvn'ast; noi
17 ';■■■ fJose'.Sfightv..'dl'i',' requlres^prompt
, -.'and vigdrons.action; 7that-isithe
;."'■;.Tli narlcial ■■' and,,'; cons ti tutional \)6-
:   ' sition . ol the' .province' and the
',;. infiuence  ol���,■.;. the7.'result', of vthe!
■ ,: elections upQn'ft.l.ie''iuture of this
'    great;;province. ;7       ' . f .7. ' v.'
'■'.,•■'   ,.'v V*.   '*'■•    * 7 .■■"■; 7' ..
;-./If. the ' Li beral;   party   should;
.'moot, with success in the. coin ing
. ■• e'lection,' -: it.   will 7.be,; up '. to Joe
'.  Martiii to show.the.'St'u.lT. thai   is
■'.  in hi in-as leader of the |)arty. 7 0.
Thi1  electors   cannot     he   too
carofti! whoiii 'the'y.-.stiloct to';r.e]i-,
resent ...them   in , the .Legislative-
i'Vssembly:     It   should-beborne
.. in mitid tliat;',personal popularity
does   not   fit. ,a. man   to' gra'pple
.   witli constitutional^-/nio.sii'ons   or
'nnderstand compJex.issues.. Tlie
working   uieii .fully . urulersiaiiil
t.Jii: abo\'e p.i'.sif.ion; aiid   ]>'re'fer a
work'ing mail:  lieiiee .1 lieir choice
'  of,Thomas Cityen. ■
•'.The Lj'bei*ii,l party in this pro-
N'inci: is like Corbi-ff w;is in llie
ninth . roiind when, lie I'oiighi.
with .IcITries. It is licked .nnd is
only .wiiiil.iiig lor the kndcktfiut
blow. This they will get on ()(*••
itilier :)i-d.---.Moyie Lea.der.
. .    -    .      *     -;•-      .<-      ,
About 70 per ctPiif of tlie voters
In   iho   Cranbrook. electoral, (lis-..
1 lief is iiiiule .up of laboring men.
Tlu'se. nliuosl lo a man, will casl
:..'■'■. , . Ax   W- -If. TRKTHK\VA>*;;r,oeato(:.f
pate'l Atispistlth/'HiOit.,.   ..'"■',.'. ;,,.. :''.'..'.f'.p.S-i'
,.;■.■_;■ w>.   7 -  notice.- ':v.;7; .7' 7
-Xotiee is liflreby giveii tliat tlbrly days aflcp'
date I intend [O-applyio the Cliief Co'rainission-
er of.Land and Works jiii'ij Assistant Cominix-
sione.i' of Liuidsiuid AVorli's. for .tlie Distrlctin'
Kns! ICoote.iiiiy. f'm- ii Licenee, to piospeet for
Coiil and Potrolpura'on tlie followiijp^'dest'i'ibed
iands.. .Sitiii'.tcfin Soiith East Kootehiiy west,
of the Fhithaiid lvivei'7 and. ten miles nortli of
the International iioinidary:., Coinlnoneini;
at a posi m;irl;e'.l *r. O. lJanliy's' sotillieiis'l cpr-
nor post, thenee,. north SO i'haiiis.' tiionce.wesi
Sil ehiiiiis,''llienco.soiitli'SO ehpiiiis. llienee. fcjis'i
so ehainx to j>osi. of coiiimem'.e'iiient. contiiliiinj;
''•I'Mil-r'.-. more or less.'. . ..'■ '. ■ ■.•'-, • ".,"'
;' .'.■  T.n;i>AXItY, l.neiiiprv"
Daii-rAtip-'iist Ith. I'.ipiPl. ' ;ii'
•'■■  •''■■    ,.'  7 .'■'.' NOTICE.. ;
XOtlfi' is.iii.'vi'hy ifivi'ii Unit .'thirty days after
■lute I intend to npply in the (Vii'ie.f Coinnlission-
i'r oi .|.nrni>, and U'orlis. uinl Assi.stniii Ci'iin-
uii.-v'.i.in'ci' of, l.audl- aiid Wnrlfs. fur llie' nisiriep
.if South Kast K'uiaii-iiay. for n l.lci'iii'ii t<i proi.-
ja.-.-t for f.'.a.il and I'eiro.l.aiiii on 'the I'lihinvint,'
■li'.M-rilicil liiiniM' SitiiU'lf! in Soillli' l-Pnslf I\nu!e-
iiay' w;st of' tlie t'laiiiead kivif-r anil twelve
miles 'iiortli of. the P.nPcninlioiiii! Ilonniliiry.
etiinii'j.-iiidiitf at n post inarkbl .lohn llraderVs
;-,'nn.hea,,i corner |,(1s|., ihenee norlli' WI. chains,
ilieiiee.v.e>t Hi) I'linins, i.hi-m-e. south sn chuliis.
'lieuee ensi wpidi'liiiis tfo p„si. ol'i-o.inineilceiiieiil
eohtalninp.'iill) Pi'fri1.-,, indie or less.
'JOHN  lilPAIIKIt. I.oi-nior. ' . V
Unted Ant'iiHi. I.i.ii.  I'm;!. , ;j|
vv A X'/'KD "si-: \" I'AiA 1.  ifKi ;.s( )iy s
i.i i:ii;ij'Pii'|i-i' anil j.i'ixnl i'i'|i'iiipi,l,i(iii in
|'P,i.(-)j slitl.e ' 'ui'- in i.his i-di'inl.y |-i.-(| iiired j
Iii r'i|iri:.-..;nl. nnd mlverlisi-' (,|,| ,.H|.'ili.
limbed'.w(,--.'tllJiy bii.-.iii.-H-p.lioii.-n: id solid
liii.-iin-ipil      mI pi nil iii/, Saliii-V      •t'i.'I.OU
■ wi-<:kly wii.h--i'xp.-n.-eh ii..|ilii.'ioiiii I, nil
piiyalili- in .-ji-Ii iliri',-1 ' ,.ilr|| W'.-.diiip.s-
day fi-oiii Ii.-ji.i.. ,,ni.-.V,. Il.irs..- ppinl
'•piri'i:i..'c liirni.-lii-ii wlii-n necessary.
Kc.b.Ti-tiee.-. Kii'cIiim"    sol l-addi-cssril
en', ebipo. Cf.h.jii.'il (,',,',. ::.*!.| Drppp-bm-ii
•SK, (.fhiftii'd.   .    ,
e   Samp ^ooms   M   Cbmme^
: aMINKKAL Ar0'l'.
■'.  ','" (■■••i.lHM'".''.)        , .
(Pl'.lt'l'P )■■) I ;.VI'1'P   11 !■'   I M P'llO VIPM KN'I'.S.
NOTICE.
Alidtli l;'i'.-i.'ti'(>!i:il .Miiii'i'pil f'lpiiin.
Siliiale in llie l-'iJi-ta .Slci:lt>. Mining iilvlsioiinf
l-'.nsl. Koiipfeiiiiy. I lisiricl.
,  Where located: 'dn Xorth Slur Hill.
Take .Votice thai I, Tinas. T. .\'li*\"i11it-.' .!•''.'.J].
C. Xo. It.'rpPIII. Mucin for 'I'lios. 'P. .McViiile." |.\ i
M.I'.,   Xo. .Il.'.-Pllli - Henry   Kller.   |.'.)l.(:„   '   ,. !
■|(.:i:i.yi*>- David Xou-ell. free ,Mihei"s('eriilicnh! j
Xo.;, U.rptini. iuleiul.' .sixty days friiin ilieiliile f
liereof,^!..-,  apidy  I.o- the Mininp.'I.'eco'nler for il '
.I'erli.licMle uf liiiiii'ovenieiil.s. liirtlie pnrposeof !
oliininiiiK a I'l'oun t'Pranl nf I In-11 tin ve cliiini. ■
Ami   fni'tiier   take  notice linn, iiep.imi.   under j
seel ion PIT. must lie eoinnieneed hefriri' lhe issu- |
iiiii-i- of -Mich I.Pei'llll.i'ale nl liiipruvci'iii'iits. ��'. ' j
Haled this IS1.I1 dny nl Aiikiim, A1.II.. IlKIPI. !
/:'■'' . i'l li is. T. MeVITTIM.     j,
MI.N'KIIAi; A()'l\
KOUAI   hi. )   '"
Trade Marks,
Designs
Copyrights &c.
Anyone.lendliiK nsketch and deacrliitlon.iniiy.f
quickly aaccrlain our opinion free whether un
Invention Is protmlily patentable,   f'utmniinii'ii.'
.tlonsHl.riclly comment ini. Himdhookon I'aientu
aenl tree. Oiliest airency lor seciirini.' |iiilein<i.
I'alenls taken  tlnouuh  Munn it Co. receive
special notice, wip.lioui. clnirtrc, in the
Scientific American.
A.handsomely llliist.rnt.Rd weekly. Lnrt'cst clr-
enlatioii .if any HeicntlHc (iiurual. 'rerin.H. $;p a
year: four iiiiiiiMih, $1.  HoliI byall newsdealer*
MUNN & C0.3f^IBroadway. ^ Yfl^
llnihcli Olllce. BaiV .St.. WiihIiIiikIoii. 1). c.
(.;!•:in'ii'MCA'i'i.: .ok iMi'no'vuMKN'i's.'
NOTICE.
Oh'oii .Soil nil lli ly I'i'Plirtiiiii   M iii..-i-:il
•Cipiiin. ■
I;       J.   HIGH WARDEN.
I'..   ...     '■     ' ■•■■ '."';'''   ;  ■��� w .'
j PIONEER   BARBER SHOP
Situate in the l'-url Steele Mininj,'llivisioiird'i n\rh  ' ■. i,-,„. rf' i    •   .i'    ri •''■"'.' A-,
':astlC.oole,iayDisi.,'ii.l. ..","■,. !'I^VOiyl lllllg Sl.TlCll^ First   C1.T.SS,
hTco:i tlonrlnthe PrnsiprctorA
Sliaviiig A> liair Dressing Parlor
Wvl In lliienlnl lli.I.-I
Where IochumIp-Oii Sullivan Hill.
'rake Xoliee llial, IV .laiui's A. Harvey, free j
.Miiier'.st'erlilieiile Xo. |{.iP(liP;.':i, actiiif,' Mi- my-I
sidf and.as upfront lor lli.-leuA'f'Kslmere, free]
Miner's Cerlilii'iile Xo.. H7.'Plir. iuleiul sixty;,
days fruiii lhe date hereof, lo apply io llic.Min- I
iiiK'.h'ecurdi'r I'ur a I'ertilii'iite of Improvements i
I'oi'.ihe imrpose of olitnininpp; a Crown (Pi'ain. i.i
the aliovo.ehiiiii, '
.And   further,  lake   noi.iee  llial. aep ion.'under i
seelion Pir. iiiiisl I mil llienee;! hefore the issu- j
liner.' of sueh ('erliliin le of I mproveliienlsf
Hilled lids Pilsl ih'.v of .Inly, A.H..' IPKIPP.
:i^        .'" ■       '.''..'.   '.I. A.. HAia'lPS'
NO'l'iipj.; ;ro CPO.V'l'lv-AC'l'fius.
tlioir ballots for. the -working-
man's candidaUi, Mr. Thomas
(J i v i • n.—Moy i o Lead v. r.
KOItT    ST.EKM':,.,   H.    C.
NOTICE. '     '       .   j
Nol.lee is liereh.v i/lveu iiinl, si,\l v days aliel 1
hue I Intend in npply to Ihe't'liief ('uniiiiis- I
sinner of I .a ui Ls ll mi Works f"l' pi'l'lll issloll lo:
liiireliiisi'ihe lidlowliiK deserlhi'd Iii nils in I'Pa.sl
Koolenay; . ('oiiinieneiiii; al :i imsf |ilanled on;
llie wesl l.iinl; of lie- Ki.,,1.-nay 1,'her -opposite
Lot. I'M   IPl'oup   I     Kocdeiiny    Hislrlel.   . I.helicel , .       ,
Miutli Si) ehains. tiieui ast III ehnins   more  or    All    K'imls   .,1'   ll.-pip.   \\"i.i-k  'll    Np.'oipill v
less to liatik of K'ooleiiMv IPiver. tlieiice follow- , .
Inn said liinil; upi stream lo |ioinl of.ei.inniieiice-
iiii.'iit. PI;Po aeies lu'oie or l.-',s.
Haled Ihi'. MTl.li of Alltpilsl,; I'.IIIPP.
■» HA'I'KICK !•'.  DOLAX
A. J. C.'UKZ,
PBOPKIE'I'OH.
ASSAYING
< '.  I'\  NlOHIILSON,
I 'K'l'KU.IIOU'oIJI'Il.l, II. (.'.
{ Li(;eiis.ed liy Provincial (i oven nil cut,.)
(iold'iuid silver.. '' .............*2M
SilviT iiinl IippuI '.■'..   2.0(1
( biltl, silver piikI ('oppni- .'1.00
(lolil. silvr-i-, loud piiul coppi'i'..  -1.00
Sptnipli's   li'l'l.   with   ('tiiiin «t  Dm-ick
will receive proinpt attention.
! QI'.ALKI IKNIIHKS. en.Iorsed •.•TendersVor
I ^ School House.",yvill I.,- rei-eivi-d l,y lhe mi-
I esiKiie,   up   „ upon of the '.".itli  Sepieni-
|   "•!•, I',ili.i. iorthe creel ion and  completion   „!' „
lour   room   inune  school   liouse ul, 'Morrlwsey
-Mines, Mast K*r ,nuv. li. C. '
, Huns s|,ecille.',|,i„ns. forms o|' lender'ainli
..eoiili'iel may he seen on and alier 11 Mi .Seniein
j1;1;:'",,,1''"'"",."1, ,:"y "B"* •?'I|H' ii'»"«""">.; V
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Victoria, li. <?.. njik tifjiu-mber, mot. THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. C, SEPTEMBER 19, 1903.  Pandora Range  ~-    A VENTILATING OVEN THAT VENTILATES.  There is only one practtt^ 1 zi ai of ventilating the oven in a ranee and  that Way has been adopted 111 the l'.indora" -is an actual ivorkinr teuturt  and not a mere talking point  Fresh air is drawn irom llie outside throufjh small vents into the oven  .j6 and is quickly heated and disseminated, while the odors and cooking  fin      liunes escape thtoueli small vents into the smoke flues and uplhechiuiuey.  Result is that expensive juicy iojsIs ietam their rich, natural flavors  and are entirely free from cool.unr odors and luinls to which the palate 1*  t>o sensitive Puddings, bread < le when baked, are always light fresh  aud Iiee from taint  In the pioductiou of the "Pandora" range you have all that scientific  ktudy, piactical experience, skilled woikmau->hip, aud an uumensc and  iiuely equipped plant combined, can produce  Hut aale by all enterprising dealers.   Booklets free.  McCIaryl5  London,   Toronto.   Montreal.   Winnipeg.   Vancouver,   St. John, N. B  ilgfilTO-ifiyiiry-fiivvV��^^^ '���    n"iVU  ��He $Jt0&peck0t  SATURDAY,  ->I*'.1T    IH   1'Kl.t  PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS.  Nominations Made Up to Date in  the 'Various Ridings.  Tho iollo*wm��> norm million's  havo been i nil do over Ilio pro  vinco. Tho list will bo ko]il  ^landing and addod to from 1imo  lo timo as I tirlahor nominal ions  are made  Atlin���one���^-.1   Kiiklantl. Labor  Cariboo���two���S   A. Rodger**"*.  Win. Adam-s, Conservatives.   A  l\ingiil, .Tamos Murphy. Liberal  Chilliwaok���ono���C. -W Mini  ro. Liberal. .). L Atkinson, Con  soi*vuli\o  Columbia���ono���W 0 Wells.  Liboial.  Comox���ono���F MoR Youn��.  LiUyial  Cranbrook��� ono ��� T. Cavon.  v iinsorv.il ivo. .) H ��� Kiiui, Lib  oral  Cowichan-ono--K. iVl. Skinner  Consorvalivo   .1   N   Fa an.s.  Lib  Uolla���1��� AV. J J Lad nor, Con  sorvulivo; John Oliver, Liberal.  Dewdnev���one��� li    McBride,  W  Slocan���ono���W. II unl or, Con  sez'vatm-;  VV.  Davidson. Laboi;.  Vancouver-five���J   Tallow, C  Wilson, J   J  fi anion,  live; ./. Martin, .)    D.  T    S.   Bailer.   C   R.  Brydone,   Liberals;  son,   A.   C    ~  Labor;  A. li  Socialist.  Victoria���lour���li  Alderman Ca moron.  Niven, liicliaird Hall.  West Vale���ono -  dcrson. Liberal; T  inon. Conservative.  Vmir���ono���A    Parr, Liberal;  11   Wright, Consorvalivo  Conserva-  Turnbull.  Monk, Dr.  W    David-  'errv, I*1. Williams?  Slobbins, E. Burns  L    Drury.  .1    D   Mc-  Liberal  Stuart   Hen-  <!    MoMana-  Applications  for Timber  Licenses.  Nome is herein ipivuu iiml thntj ilavs.iftei  dale I mil ml to .ipplv to tin- Cnicl Co.nmis  sumo of Lands .mil Woiks foi speu.il Lueiisi -  Hunt nnd ��..n i \ hvvhv umbel from the follow  lupc li.uls ol l.imJ MtUMUd in the N'mtluiii  division I .isi Koof'n.u DiMilel vi/  I Coiiunm-ui}' .it �� post planted on tlie  noitli h.niK of Whili linn .ibout seven units  up fiiuii tin mouth theme Sll i h.iins noitli  ilieno "*i (linns ��ii>.t thence S(i< li.iius-ouili.  tin in i- Ml iluiiiis e.ist lo point of coninii in e  nn lit l.(ii.ili d 1'ilh (Ul of August, l'lLI  ,-j I'   IC   PLLLY  1/  I ronililcncillK ill .1 post nl.ti ki-d i: M Mc-  iMulliiis southeast i oinei noitli ol and adjoin  uiK V K Pell>*s daiui tlieiice norlli HO chains  thence wesi Su chains thence south PO chains  thence east SO chains to pomt of coiiuiipric e  mint Lor.lied 19th day of;AUKUst  1901  11  M  Mi MULLIN'  to James C.uiicroii s  location  thence west lwi  cli.nns ui poini of (eminent einent  I.oi.ited lhili d.i\ of AiiKUst   1'H.K  PKI.D VIOHK  il Commencing at a post ui.it l��.'d A C Lip  liuiiltsoiithe.isitoriiei post idjiuniii;,' F StoiKs  location theme noi th H.u < Iihiii- tol'iilmci  Knei tlieine west ID i haiiit,, llieni e south 1W  ciniins, thente t-isi in i hams to point of icmi-  iiiemeiiicnt Located isth d.iv of August. 1'HH  A  C   LH'HAKDT  J.*i ( oinmeiK iiik at a post pliniid on tin  west side ol lhe Ivootennv JiPivei oppns.ie II ('  Oillet I - local mu in.li ked l{ C (.lilclt's -ontli  wesicoinei post tl.enco uoith 80 chains theme  eiist sii(|i.inis thence, sou ill so ihuns tlieine  vvestKOtliaiiifc to point of ooiuiueni emcni  Located 19th day oi August. 1901  K C GIIXETl*  Goal and Oil in Alaska  Conservative,  Liberal.  ISsqui mall-  Conservative:  i^ernie-one-  Socialisla;   R  W  For rest o i,  -ono���C. R   Poolo\  ,J. .lardin. Liberal  ���,J   Ii MoPberson,  C  Smith.   Liberal.  W. Li Ross, Conservative.  (! rand Forks���one���.1   fiiordan  c Socialist;    \V    11     P    Clements,  "Liberal;    C. A   h'raser,   Consor  valive.  CJroonwood���one���,) li l'rown  Liberal, Dr Spankio, Consor  valive  Islands���one���T  ' Liberal; II   \V. Iiu  valive  Kamloops��� onc-  W  I Of]  alerson,  Conser-  ���F .1.   Donnc,  Liberal;  F  .L Pulton, Conservn  live  K'aslo���one -.1 Tj liolallack.  Liberal. II Croon. Consor\alive  S   Shannon. Labor  LillouoH one Dr Sanson, Liberal; A. McDonald. Conservative  Nanaimo���one��� 10.  Quennel,  ��� Liberal:   ;,HV Sheppard.   Labor:  J; li. ITawt horn wait e,c Socialist.  . Newcastle-one���D. W. Murray  Liberal;   A.   Br.ydon,   Coiisevva-  .t.ve. '���   _'"'." ,:.   -���'   '  .Nelson-one--S.S. Taylor, Liberal, .1. ITonslon, Consevvalive.  New Wostminslor ��� one. ��� T.  .-Gilford. ''Conservative;. W. Tl,  , Keai'.y, .Liberal.  Okana��an���one���T.. W. Sterling, Liberal; Price 'lOlli.son, Conservative.  iievelstoke.  net.t, Socialist;    T.  .1. M. K.ellie, Liliei  '���'   liicliiiioncl��� one  Seattle, Wash , Sept. 17 ���The  latest   advices   brought    by   re-  1,urniTie    voyagers   Irom   Alaska  lend to  confirm   the   reports  of  rich coal and oil iiiuls m  the   lar  northwest  territory       It is even  spiid that resources of these products in Alaska will   rival   those  of ihe Pennsylvania field     Companies are now at   work  drilling  lor oil and rich finds are   reported.    Tests ol the Alaskan' oil, it,  is  said,   show it lo contain more  paraffin and illuminanl lhan   llie  best grade ot Pennsylvania oil  A scramble to secure lhe coa]  and oil lands is now on. An anthracite coal boll, already known  to be 30 miles long by f?0 miles  wide, has been discovered lying  adjacent to the oil fields. Tesls  liy exports show tho coal to be  of higher grade than Rrit.is.h  Columbia coal, which the United  Slates Navy is using on the Pacific. l  1    C'omineneiiiK   .it   a   post   uiaiked   r.    a  Iind s sontheasi (Oinei   noilh of and .idjom-  ing ii  M   McMiiUIn s claim    thenee noic.li   80  (hums  thenee west811 chains  thence south si)  cliuns    theme  ci-l   s0 cliiini^ to point ot ( om  iiiem ciui ill     Local) d Hull d,i\ of August  l'lfll  1".  A    IIIKH  I ('oninieiicinKiiia post lntirLcd C II niul-  southe ist (oinei' nniih'of and*uljolniiij.' i: A  Iind s lociiilon ilieiice noi 111 si) (halus, thciu e  nisi Mli hiilns thence south 80 chains, tiienee  east sn i hams  lo point of i oiiiniciii einent  I.ik ited 1'Hlld.l\ of AUKIist   liH>I  ('  II   IJIIO).  I Coiniiieneiiij,' at a post ui.nh-ed .1 it  Tuuiev's iiiulliwest coiuei |iost hehij; one  liiiiulied eliains noitli of C H Itint's location  iheiice south sn (hams llicuie i a-i sn ( hiilns  llienee inn III SO i luilns llieni e nest Sll chains  to point oi i oniiiicni ouieiii  'l.oi .lied 1'ith il.ij ot Atiictisl   I'Kit  .1   It   Tl'ltNllV  ii Coninieiiciii<,' ul a post in.nl.cd W I'  l.owis noitlif ast'coinei |iost tlienco south st)  cliuns to ,1 li Tin ne\ s local ion theme wist  siKliains thence noi Ih SO clniiiis them ecus! SO  ( h lins io point of commencement.  Located 1'iih d i\ of \ufrust  ID0I  W V   L1MV1S  7 C'oiniueiiciiif,'at a post heiiiff.l 1' Lewis  noi llnvest eoinei posi thence south SI) chains  to ,f 11 Tin in v s loi iition llienee east SO cha ins  thenee noilh SOeliaius, llienre west su chains  to point of (oinmencenieiit  Located ISth ilnv of Aiimist  l'W.I  .1 \s   l��   L11WIS  S CounneiK nip,' at a post htsingC II Mini's  nouhvvist (oinei posi thence south ci^'htv  i hams to W 1' Lewis location, thence east  cighlv (hams thence noitli ciffhlv chains  thence wesl eipjluv chains lo point of coinmeiKe  in out l.oi.lled I."t li (l.i) of Autfllsl  VHU  ' O   II   IIJUIJ  ') Coiiinieiieins al a post in.nKed V. O  Unci s noitlif.isi toiuei post thenee south  eiglitv chains io W r Levp.|s location theme  west ei��htv i liniiis thence noi Ih eishlv chains  thence east cikIiiv (hauls to poini (ifcoiii-  inenceiiieiil     Luialeil l'nh d i> ol Aiiffiist, I'MU  i: c; iiiki).  10 Coniiiu n( nip; it a post marked A T  Iiml s southeast eoinei ])ost llienee noilh  i I'flitv < Ini ins theme west eighty chains,  thence souih cijililv i liiuiis to I". (1 lllid's  loeiiiion theme cast eiifhlv ciniins to point of  coiiuneiK enu nl  Located Hill d,iv or .Vujriist  1901  A  'I'   MUD  11 L'oiiniienciiif,' ai a post nmiWcd i: II  ISnils soiuhwist eoinei post ihenee not tli  eiHPlitv chillis theneeViisteiKht} chains thence  south eijthtv chains to C H. Itlid s, location  Ilu iko west ci;,'htv chains to point of com-  meiK t nienl      Loi iited IMh iluy ol August   I'll)!  II II HIltD  I'l f'ouinienciiiK at a post maiKeil i: A  Iind s noitliwest toinei llienee eiffhtv chains  south, to \ T lliid s location thence eljfhiv  i hams east llieni e eitrhtv chums not th thence  i ijfhiv ( hams west to point of loinuieiieeiiient  LiK.iud liih d.iv or AiikusI   l'lot  i: a  uiiii),  II C'oinnieiK iiift hi a posi nun ked .1 O  Hint's Mimhwesi eoinei post llienee nouh  i ijditv i hams iheiiceeastei(.'hiv chains ihenee  south eitfhlv chains lo i. A Itnd s location  ilu lite west eipfhlv i hams to point oi com  llieni eiiietil      Located l*illi di\ of August 1001  .1  O   HI I'D  one��� .lohn  T. Taylor,  xl. .  -P.  IBoii-  Con.  \\ANTi:n���1 MTIIl-'UL l'i:Us>ON"  TO TIIAVKL Ini w oil usiiililMicd  house in ,i low (���(iiinlios. ciilliiii> on re-  l.nl niotch.itils .md .toctits.   I.ocil toti'i-  lllf\       S,ll,ll.\   iUti\  .!  \ c. 11' .111(1  C'\]10l)st's  p.iN.ililo "MM 7(1 .i wi't'U in c.tsli .unl c\-  potisi s .kIv.iikccI ''o-itioii pi'rni.iiK'iil  liiiiini'ss siiccossliil jiikI riishino l.n-  i'Iosc s(>||-,id(li usscil oiix olopc. -JUlllll-  ,iid lloiiscp. ."II,") CuMon lildo., C'liicaoo.  WANTED  \ in,tn tn i opii'sonl ���Cwaim'S  (ilM' X'l'LsT fN'UKSLL'll s " ill llie low 11 of  Foi I Sli'i'lc .ind sin i omnium cuiinti'V.  and Itilcc oi'dt'i's IVii' '   ',  OUR   HARDY   SPECIALTIES  In  Fruit Trees, Small  Fruits, Ornamental Shrubs, Roses,. Vines  Seed Potatoes, &c.  Slni-lr triiii lo inline nnil froe. Irom Sun  .loso Settle.a A pci-iiitinciiL, po.sitioii. fur  llie i-io'lil. until on cit.lii'i-Miihii-y, ni-cniii-  niission. , '".- ."','.  TSfStone & Weilingtfon  I'-dN'I'IIILL   N'l.MISI'.IIII'PS'      .  Over WHI Acres   ' .w   .    ':  TORONTO,  ONTARIO  Carl.ev  .1.   C'.  - A.   Copdeve,  A. Mactloupikl,  Col.ton,      Coiiservalivi  Brown, Liberal.  liosslantl tuiei-  Conservat.ive;   .1.  Liheral.  Siinilkaiucen ���  SliUat.i'ord. Consei-v;  McLean,  l/iberal.  Slceena���one-   C. W. D. Clill'ord,  .Conservative; P.Herimui,Libeial  one -  ilive  L.  \V.  VV.  A.  NOTICE.  Sixty1 days pil'lipr d.-il.i- 1 iiiIimhI to  apply lo llie (.Iiiof ('iiininissioiii-i- ol'  I.iinds Pind Woi-U's I'oi' pi'ti-niissinn lo  piin-liiisi; l.lic following dcsei'ilu'd laud,  in Sonl.li lOpisl Kooli'iiiiy: ���.(!oiiimi.'iiriiirr  pit. pi post, pliinliul on l.l'ii! i'iist hanU of  Iiu: Koiili'iiay rivor. Piipti-lord .1.. 1).  <'oi-(loii"s nortliwcsl I'ortioi', t.hiMici'  down stream nlon-j* said hank .lo tlie.  sloujjli vvliicli.foirnis tin-- wip.stipi-n lioiuid-  piry of Lot. .'i"iS,'l.lii'nco eiisl aiid iiorth-  vvi-.st.PiioiiH' said slciuyli to point, of coin-  moiicciiioiit. i-niit'iiiiiino* -Id acrc-s more  or less. Dated tin's I7ili day of August,  1903. J. D. GORDON.       35  It I'omineiu nig at a post miuked A T  Und s noitliwest eoinei post thenee south  ciclm chains to I. A Uml's location thenee  easteip,'lit\ chains thence noitli eighu ehains  iIn nee west eii^ht> i hams to point of com-  iuci.i einent     Loi aled ISth d iv of August  I'M) I  A  T   I1IKD  fi ('oiiiiiiiMiLinif.it Ii (' Uilletl's southwest  eoinei post thenci noi th oiKlitv chains, llieni e  east eiglitv ill,mis thence south eipjhtv chains  to ,1 CI lliitl - location Ihenee west eipdnv  ( hams lo point ol < oninieiu cinciii  Located r.th dav ol August, l'l().t  U  C U1LL1.TT  Id f'oniniLnciii���' at a post 111.11 ked !' (.  Iind s southwest cornei post adjoining A T  Muds localioii Iheme noilh eighty (hams  them e cast ci!,'htv (hams theme soutli eighty  chums ihetue wesl eightv ihaius to point ni  i oniinciKeiiiciit Lociiied ISthdiv of August  l'.IOI t: (I   ItllPIJ  IT Coinineiu mg at a post maiUed H A  I'r.ill s southwest (oinei post thence 1101 tli  eightv eliaiii- them eeasteiglitv chains thence  south eightv ihains to It (' (iillett's location  iheme west eight v < Intiris to point o: 10111-  liiemcineiil Loi alcd Isth dav of August I'm *  W A   l'ltXTT  IS. Commencing ul a post marked Ceo. A.,  (Viiineroirs norilicast coiner post thenee .south  eispplity c'halns to VV. A. I'nilt's location thence  west eighty clniiiis. theiiee north eighty eliiiin.s.  llienee east cighI;y chains, 10 point of commencement. Located I8lh day olAugust. l'.'W.  ���'������..���    ("IKO. A.OAMF.IION.  Ill, Coiiiinciicing at a posrmarked VV A.  I'lall's northwest corner postiidjoining (leo. A.  (Painei'oirs loi-ailon llienee .souih eighty eliains,  iheiice. east eighty chains, .thence, nortli ciuluj-p  clipiins. ihenee w-esl eighty chains to point of  coiniiieneenieiii.' ..-.. Li'iealeil, ISth day of August  I'.HIPI. X   ,    ��� , VV. A. 1'IIATT.  -(I. Coinihcinciiig at a post, miuked VV.  I'-oi-i-esfs souihea.sl corner post adjoining Ceo.  A. Ouiiioron's localioii thenci! .nortli eighty  eliains, thence west clgiity ehiiins. thenee south  eighty' ehains. thence east eighty chains to  point of eoninii'iiceiiieiil. Located   IH1I1 day  id August.  I'.illPt.      W VV. WKKKST.'.  Pit. Coiiiincnciiig ui a l"'sl iiiarked .lames  (Panicron's .snniliwcst cornei' post adjoining VV.  A. I'nilt's location thence noi'Ui eiglity chuliis,  llienee. east eighty chains, thence, south eighty  eiiaiiis. I hence west eiglity chains lo point of  coiniiiciicetnoiil. Localed I.H1I1 day of August  I'.iilPI. .lAMI'.S CAMKKO.V.  :.,'.,7 (Pidiiniciicing nl a pnsl marked .lames  Caiiiei'on'N'iiiii'lliwest corner post jl hence south  Ml chains I." VV. A. I 'rail's location .thence cast  sn chains, thence north K0 chains, thence wesl  su eliains to pi'iinl of coinineiii'eineiil.  Located mli day of August. I'.HIPI.  .IAMK.S OAMKUON.  ���a. (.'niiiiiieiicing al a pos! lining F. .Stork's  norlli west emuci' post ilu-ncu imith HI chaiiiii,  ihenee east IdO chains, tlience.soutli 40 cluiins  W eominejieing at a post marked r. II  Mini s southeast cornei po��t adjoining 1{ (  (iillett's location thence nortli SO chains  thence west SO chains tl.ence south fO chain-  thence east SO chains lo point of commence  meat     Located IS1I1 day 01 August. pKH  r. h ninn ��  .'7 Couimeni nig ai a post marked Ceo V  eaincion s southeast eoinei thenee 1101th spi  chains to I*; 11 Itnd s locution thence west mi  chains llienee south so chains, tin lire cast "il  chains to point of 1 niuiiieiucineul.  Located I'llh da\ 11S Vugiisi  1001 ,  (iKO  A  CAMUKON.  is Couiiiieuciiig at a post nun ked VV  l'Vu 1 est s uoithe ist coiuei post heiug souih of  (ieo A ('.[melons location Ihenie south so  chums, thenee west no i halns, thence noitli spi  chains thence t ahl SO chpiins lo point ot com  mcnceiiieut Localed lUth dav of August I'm I  W  l'OKKI"sT  fP'i Commencing at a post mail.ed A Cam  eion s noitliwest eoinei post adjoining VV  roriests location thence south HO 1I111111*  tlienic east SO (hains thence 1101 th so chain-  thtiiie west so chains to point of c cminicnt.'-  incnt     Localed l��th dav of August. HUM  A   CAMMHON.  '10 ' Comment mg at a post m.ii ked II L  Staehlei s hOiitheast coinet iiosl thence noitli  1 i.O chains 10 A Caincion s location iIilimc  west to chains thence south n.O chains, theme  enst 40 chains to point of commencement  Localed 1'Uh dav 01 August. 1901  if l st\i:mli:i{  .11. Commencing at a post plumed 011 tin  llast lloiindai v of Mini L 4*>')tt and .1 unction ot  the Kooteii.iv Kner marked K VV Un/lewoods  1101 tlieast coiner post ihenee south SO chains  thence west KO chains thence nouh "so chains  thence east SO chums to point of commencement  Loi aied -Slili d.iv of August, 100)  IP   VV   II V/.Ll*\VOOI)  t!   Commencing at a post   maiked   A  Cam  ei oil's noitliwest coiuei post situated JO chains  south 01 VV Poi test's location thenee south li.ll  1 hanih theiiLC cast 40 chains  thence  not I li   101)  chains, tlieiice west 40chains to point of common emeni      Located lith dav,ol August   1001  \  CAMUHON  3,1    Commencing at  a post marked II  CPil-  lett s southwest coi nei adjoining F.   VV Ha/le-  wood's leu atloii tiienee 1101 ill S) ( hams  theme  east SO chains, tin nee south  SO chains    thence'  west^O chillis to point of comment einent  fl  LoValed Will dav ol Angus!   I "HI. L  II OILLKTT  Ptl Commencing at u post> iniiiked .1 I'  Lewis' southeast coiner post adjoining .1 I!  Tuinev's location thence noilh 40 chains  ihenee wesl IMI chains thenee south 10 chums,  thence cmsi irto chains to point or commencement     Located I ith da> 01 August  mot  .IAS I' I.MVVIS  I") Commencing at a posl^ maiked VV 1'  Lewis southeast eoinei post thenee uoith 40  chains to.) 1* Lewis location thenee wed Had  ehuliui thenee soulli 40 chains, thunee eiist hill  c hains lo point 01 coinmeiicoinent. " '  Localed 12th dav 01  \11gust  l'lOi  VV I- Li.VVls  U, Cominenclug it a post maiked Pico  Stoik's southeast c oinei postthenee nouh 411  1 li.niib lo VV I' Lewis loi atlon Ihenee wi si 11,0  chains thence south 40 1 h.iins ihenee easi InO  to point or commencement  Located liih dav of August, 110'.  '- VKKX) STOHIv  .17.   Couiuieneiiig at a post marked \  C  Lip  hanll's  N" 1".   coiner  post adjoining F Stoiks  location thence south 10 chains, thence west li.o  chains llienee noith 40 chiilim   ihem e ( asi  n.n  chains to point 01 eoinmenc emeni  Located Uth dav cif ^u^usl, I'lftl  A C 1,11'HAKIIT  8S Coiniiieiieing at a post marked M .Mellei  mid s northeast c oinei post adjoining A C Lip  h.u (It's location thence south .SO chains, thence  west 80 chains, thence nouh SO chains, ihenie  cast so chains to point 01 commencement  Located Uth div 01 \ugusl ltOI,  M  MiDKKMIIJ  ,!'i    Commenciiig at a post mat ked M    Muds  northeast.cornei thenee south 80 chains  to 1!  Mud's  location  theiiLC wc"<t BOchaius  thence  nouh SO chains  thence east SO chains  10 point  of commencement Located  loth dav  of  Vugusi   l'iO,l M   MIRU  40 Commencing at a post maiked I Minis  noitliwest eoinei post adjoining M Muds loi a  lion thenee south so chains thence ensti"K)  chains, thence 1101 th 80 chains thence west so  1 hams to point 01 commencement  Located P'th dav 01 \ugust, lf��ot  ir I   MlltD  'a C0111111 < ueiiig at i post mailed VV 'I  Hi uli s sou ih w 1 st 1 oi m 1 post iheiii. 1101 th s  (huns Ihriin (1st si 1 hauls to L VV Ili/h  wood slur ition tin in c soutli su ( h i n. thenci  we-t so 11. mis to point ul i oiiiiik in 1 mem  Loi.md 17th dav in Vugust, I'ldt  VV T  Ul   \T,\  III A  7 Commencing .11 1 po-t mir!��ed-c; s  l'ellv'i -on tin nsi roinei posp idjoiiniig N I"  SudclHlrv s location theme nouh so 1)1:1111-  tin in e w��st so (h.mis iiiem e soutli so clnin-  theiii e cast so (linns 10 point 01 uiiimiiiin  mint     Leu and ITtip d i\ of Augu-t   I'm!  (.   s  pi:id,y  *-    Commciii ing  nl    1   pnsl   ninU.l   r    .\  I'ellv - southeast i 01 in 1 post  adjoining (_.    S  Pellv s loi Htion tiKiio. noilh SO 1 lunis    tnenre  west So'hams thtine south sn chum-    thenee  ea-t s0 chains to point of commencement  Located inh d.n 01 Atlguit, 1W3.   ,  I'   V   rT.LT.Y  9 Comiueiii nip    at  a   po-t   111.11 ktd   li     s  I'ellv s soutiu.i-t (01 nei   po-t  adininmg  T-*   A  l'ellv's loi anon thence nouh so chains them  west sfl (hains thence sou ill sij (hams    tlienci  east su chain- to point ol comiueiii 1 uu 111  Lck.ik d lTtli dav of Vugust   1*W1  II  s   ITLLY  IV V  10 Commencing al ti post on the Wesl -hh  of llie Koiiliniv Wvu o|ipusiK \T |- Sinl  diihv s-outliwest idi'iei in ukul VV I' Ilms-  lev s noitlieast im iu 1 po-t Ihenee south sn  chains Ihem e wi si s<) t ii.nns, ihenee noitli so  i Indus Ihcncei isi si) chums lo point o| com  iiieiiieuii nt     Lot in il lsih d.i\ 01  Vugust   I'hm  VV I' iiui-si.r.v  11 CoinnieiiL'ng at :i post niaiKtd   I   II     Mi  .Mullin - uciitliwist comet po-t Llienee south so  chains   llienee e 1st su chains to VV   I' llmslev s  location llienee noitli SO Lliiinis ih. mi  wi-i   su  1 h:i|iis to poini ol (omiiiLiic euicnt  Loiaied ISth dav of August  l'UH  .1   II   Itl( VIC LLI N*  IJ Coiniiiinciug.it 1 posi mai kcil I'. M Mi  aMiilliii s siniilniesi ( oinei post hi mg nouh nt  and adjoining ,1 II i\i( Mu Mill's location theme  1101 tii SU tli.mis Hume ciisi so 1 h mis them 1  south 80 (l.niiis tin in ( vv 1 si soi hams lo point  01 < oiutiieiii enu nl Located   IMh   dav    of  NOTICE.  In ii liv given tn it I llll lv   d,i\s  MotiK 1-m n m given tn 11 inn lv   ii,i\s aiiei  dale   I   inland   in   ippl     tjili. (|'i(i(omuii��.  sionti 01 L.iids and V\ ,1-ks md   ihi    Assistant  ( iiinmi���lii'ici of Lind  mil Woiks foi  lhe lus-  iiui u.   last   lvoou 11111   foi  1 L.tenee tu pi.i-  p'Ltfoi (oil and Petiole uui on  ihe lollow lug  ile-iiiliid 1 md-     .Situ He 111 soulli Iln-I Koole-  11.1 v   west of  iho Flathead   liner and clivcu  miles ninth  of ihe    I lternailoinl   Mmnidarv  1 oiiiini iicmg ,11 .1 ]iiisiina,ki d J! I'1 retlim.iv 1  noi (hi .1st (O'liei po-t   Iheud  su  (Iiu ns   south  tlieiici siiiium^ w_sl   ilmm, si (minis nieth  tlieine sd , liaiu-c 1st tu post of ii uiiiieiOeii'Liil  loiit.iinmg i.ioai n s   11101 c��i hs,  IJ   I  'I H' Tlirw \*i    Loi itoi  JJ.ilLtl \11gust 4th   IMH u  MIMEPi.L ACT  (FCUtV  F >  rEKiKir-i 11- oi ivipnovLVf.NT-  Augiist   1'iOt  a\!   Mi MULLIN.  lv  11 ComiiKiumg ,11 1 posi 111.11 Ucd I'"  I'ellv s southeast loinei posi la ing wesl ���>>  and adjoining I' M Mc Mullin s locution thence  uoith SO eliains them e wesl SO Lhaius llienie  south so ( hams them e 1 1st 80 1 hams in pouu  of eoiiimencenicnl Lo( uted IStli dav ot Vugusi  1'iOt r  lv    I'l.LI,N  II     Cominc uc ing at   .1   post   niaikcd   ('    li  Cellv s  uoithe-ast  loi nei   post  iheiice south su  chains along . I   li    \Ii Miillm's  wesl   hound. 11 \  them e iu si SO 1 hums  tin m e 1101 111   so 1 hams  thence east  SO chains  to  poi 111 of eoinini n< ���  liuiil     Located ISth d i\ ol  \ugii-l   I'iPU  (7 , O   I)   IMflLLY  SHORT LINE  BETWEEN  5TPAUL"��CH!CAG0  OMAHA-CHICAGO  KiiuabCily CHICAGO.  NOTICE.  -Minvvw ni vri'inv virNiRvr. claim.  .sjllliatt-   111   til.     Pol-l    Sleele-   .Muilil'J'  Division ol H.isi K'cioifii.iv histrict.  Whore Im .tLc'd   -Xi-.if Miu-k < 'uck  TAK'i:   XOTK i:   ih.it   I.    l.nuisA.  II.ii-v 1 ,\   Fiii- Muni's   (iiiiln.tti    \o  ���'IlliUliJ-i' .iftiiiu Im in\-olf.iiid .is .incut  lor   Alex   (      Kolicr-on    I'n c   .\linci s  ( eililie.tl.- No.     lihllli 51 "  ind  Willis |",  ,lc)lnison Ti iv   Mmeis   C'ei tilicitti    N"o  ������IKiOiifl*     uui no   -i'\l\   (l,t\s fioinllie  d.tie liei eol   to,ipph to tin  Miiiino 1 ie-  (Oidei    for   .1   ( (t-tilii.tle   of    InipijOVc-  iiienis. lor'tin  pni posi   of nla inline'  11  drown (Irani of liie aiiove i-l.iim  And finiliei i.iki> not tee lluu   :u 11011,  under   soition    17.   11m-t lie 1 onimeiiei-dr  lieiloie llie issuance ol   stii'li  ol  lni|)l'ot eiiie'lils  .1. A  Dated   Ilu-   U-t   d.iv   of  lllll-i.  (JetlilK iti��  li \11\ 1 -1 .  .Inh.   \ n ,  51    '  NOTICE.  Take noiiee lhal lliiitv dm,s afici dale I intend to n|i|il\ 10 llie Chief Commission! 1 of  Lands and VVoiksfoi nspei.al l.iu ncc 10 cut  and (,111 \ nw iv 11111I11 1 fioinlfii fiallov, lug de  scnhcd lauds ComiiHiK ing al a pjini I i!  chains wist of tin suiitln asi 1 ui.ili ot 1.01 ��0*i  CIioupl llieiK' -oiiih Inn ( haul- Uieiiei eisilo  chain-, tin in e noilh Ion eh 11ns tin nee wi st IU  ehains to place of hegnming s ml land to i.jii  L 1111 OKI .icie-  Uned iliis isth tl i\ 01 Vugust 1'iOt  11' JOHN C., UJMMlXC.s   Loi.upi  Your tiltention is (-tilled to tnu  -lMoneer Liiinited" train's of the -'.Mil-  wiinlcee A: St Ptuil ll.ulway.'' "'rite onh  peidect tftiins in llie world.'  Vou will find it desii.iblo lo ride on  thosu 1 i-iiins when f"omo 10 aii.v point 111  the Kiihlern SI .it us or C'pnitid.i Thev  connect Willi till Ti .uisconl 1ne11l.1l  'I'ltiilis itnd .ill Ticket Agents sell  tickets.  Foi further lnloi'iiintiou, ppimplilcls,  cic, ask .my Ticket  Aoeni or  i: 1,. kokd,        11  s. now i*:.  1'iiss.  Ap-ent,  SI'OKANK.  fiener.il Ageni,  POUTLAN'll  Application for Timber Licenses.  r  a  Notice is heiebv given that thiilv davs afiei  dale I intenu to apply 10 the Chic t Commission  ei 01 Lands and Woiks forSpeiial Licenses to  (tit and can v awa.v timhcr tiruii tlie tollownip^  described tracts of land situate in 1 lie Northern  Division Kast Kootenay. "��� .'  1. Coiniiieiieing at a post planted at the  Northern Moundary of Lot A'i'M where il is  crossed by Uie Kootenay.Itlver mpiiked Helen  (Iillett's sbiitheiim cornet- post thence north  SO chains, thenee west 80 chains; ihenee soiii h  80 chains, thence east 80 chains to point of com  niencemeiit.;    Located ITth day 01'August. !Wi:t.  ���HKi.KN GILLl'TT.   ,  i~.   Coiimieid-liig    at   a   post   iiiarked   il.   M.  Turney's iiorlhwest cornei'  post ilieiiee 'soutli  80 chains 10 I'l. (.Iillett's localioii   thenee east so  elpuiiia. llienee. north 80 chains. Ilicncef wesl   8(1  eiiaiiis to iioiiit of (���oinnieiieeinent.  Located ITth 'day of August, I'.topi.  '���''.''��� .1, M. VltlcNKV.  ���*�����   i' '������ii.a..; '������ ���'.  PI. Coiiimeueing ��� at a post marked II. L.  Staelileip's noi-lheasi coiner post tlienco nortli  SO chains 10 Cross Klve.r tlieiici! wirsl 8(1 chains.  Ihenee south 80 chains, tliinicc easi 80 chain* lo  poiutpf I'oiiiiucncei it,,    ���   LiK-aled   17lh   day  of August,, I'.KIPI. ||. r.. S'l'AKMLIOli  4. Commeiieliii: al a post marked K. W.  Ilazlewciod'.s southwest corner post adjoining  il.'L. Smolder's location thence, noilh .soeliiiins  thenee. east 80 chains, thenci; soutli SO chiiliii'.  Ihenee wesl 80 chaiiia to prdnl of coinnieiK'C-  iiienl.'   Located 17th day of August. ItiiiPI.  K. VV. IIAZI.KVVOOIl.  Ti. Couiiiieuciiig at a postmarked N. llVSud-  dahy's southeast corner post adjoining VV. T.  llcaly's location Uience north sn chains'; ihenee  wesl 8il chains,' tlieiice south 8(1 chains, llienee  east ��0 ehains to point ofcoinnieiieemeni.  Located I7ih day of August, p.iux  N. K. SUDfDABY.  Special Round Trip Rates  Uetwecn I tine 4th .md ,ind \'u^iisi  2(lth The Illinois Cenlritl will sell lotind  trip ticket-- from Oregon ;md Washington points to Chic.iLpo. (J.tii o. Memphis  and   New   Orleans ,11 CI' l<: \T\.\    \'A'.-  nuci:n uatk*^  'J'tekels jiood lor three months C.'o  ill" limit ton d.i\s. Ilelni inn*- limit  ten dti,vs .Liter st.uliii�� west, blop over  priviletfes eitliet w,t\. we?t of ihe  Missouri I{i\ ei.  .S.ile dates .no .11 r.i(.ii>o(l to lie convenient for dele*;,ties to conventions ul  National Kducational Association .a  Uohton- l^lks.u lljltimoio Woodmen  .11 Indianapolis: Katies tit New Vork  .Shi inei-s at S.u.itog.i. K'liiohts of  1 \\ th Us tit Lonis\ ilie "and (nncncici.tl  Tr.tvelets at Indianapolis  Vou can take void- c lioiee of bi\teen  Ditleient Koulca. Wtlte lis We. will  cheerfulh opiv e vou auv detailed inl.n-  nution vou w'tint.  ?.. II. TKUMMULL. Coiiiineicial Ai-.mii  142 Thud St . I'01 tland. Oi ci-cm  MAIL CONTRACT  sKALKD Ti:NI)r.llb .ul.licss. ,1 to  Ihe I'ostniPlstiM (i( lenc'i .il will hi 1 c-  ceivod .it Ottawa until Noon, cm I-'i iday  the 2 lul Oi 1 ol 11 1 foi the 1 onvc v.nice  of Ills M,i|est\ s M.uls on a pi'opuseil  ('onti.icl foi lout vKiis. loui'leeii units  pel weiek each vvav. <bi'tvvecji) l*'oi t  -ileele Tost' Olhce and Toil Sii tic  1 Dilution Hailw.iv Stauon front tin 1st.  I.inuary next 1  Printed notices coniainin", fni-l 1 k*i-  in format ion as to conditions of pi-o-  posod Com 1 act niptv lie ~eijn and hl.tnk  loi ins (il Tenilei iiiav la oblatind at  lhe I'ost Olliccs of Ko.-I Sieele unci  Oi-anbrook and al, llie ollicc of the I'ost  Oflice I nspccl 01 .  \V   II. DOIIM \N.  I 'osL Olliee- liispeolo'i .  lJost Ollne I lisped ui-'s (111k c.  \ ,IIK Olive) . -Sepl    Ith    I'M) I  .!*!*^Sa<  ~*\��  NOTICE.  Tl-MlHIS   K1H   TlVllint   1.|V|| |S  SI* Vl.l.ll TL.N'IH'HS  inidc 1 signed up tc  .'lid S( pteuilx'i   lie  TICKETS  TO  AN'I'l 'l-'UO'M   ALL  Points East  "'.���,.' ' ��� VIA..--  Great  Northern  ���...Railway  Short   Line'  -    'rii,    ���  Spokane, St. Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis, Chicago and Points East  u ill In 111 elv, d b\ the  to 1111.111 nl VV (dm k.l iv  am uiv |al Isllll \iliu 111 iv  deisiie tu oliliun I lense 11111K 1 llie pmv i��iui,s  01 si (Him IJ of ilie Lmd .Ml Kn Ilu puip(is(.  01 cultinp; limlici llien limn ul .1 tliiitii 1 limit  silu lird 011 flieii v (Jiuek I'.ist hooten lv 111--  ti let   kijciivn is Lot "1 l,s", c tuit iiiiini,-  111 the   \%  KIL'UIIK    10 S'l) .11 I (,s  Tlie loiiipeliKu ciilriin^ the lnifln ��t e.isii  Hon 11 - uill lie entitled to ,1 ie.ise eif Uu limits  101   1 lenn ol tweniv one ve us  l.iicli lendei nui'-l lie .11 c oiiip.iniod bv ' i"i-  tllied elieiiue iniule p 1 v.iblu to tin nucleiM^ued  tocovei tlie iiinouni of* tlie I11-1 ve.11 s lenlnl  filial! J"d md llie niiiiiiu t of bonia- iindcnd  ind nlso a ceiulied eliei|iie foi s|iilJ7"> biini}  tlie cost of cull-in^ ind suivovin.' tlie limits  The (lie(|iies imII be 111 once iiiuincl in 1111  successful cnnipetitois 1  VV    *s   (.ORIJ  JJCpvOl OnlitiXi^-l'iiii 1  m  Lioul-. it-   llc))/.>  Ltiiith nnil llci)/is JjijKiitnnnt.  Val'inii   li   (\   jis( ���li/f/!isf   1{jij���     o  NOTICE.  Nome islieiobv _'iven tli.it s \tv dais.titei  d.ite 1 niiiMKl to.ippiv to me 1 Inef Conunis  sifuiii 01 Luidsiind VVoits 11 \ lutein 1 fo* i�� 1  missKiii tn |.ut(li.ise 'lie following desuiijcd  I mils 11, Lust ICooien iv ("omnieiieinif ill n  post planted it ilu -u 1 lies', (oinei of Lot  limI tiienee sii 1 linn- 1 ist tbenee nilIiiiiii  noitli   thenci M'ell un-west  'henec ?') c'uiiu  sOlllll   to  pi 11,    (,f I llUlllll  III' llli  lit  V   \I  I..K1M1.S  1    HOUI WI--    \_'eiii  Dined August Jtli. iho;:. ,:(���->  NOTICE.  ,. N'oliee is liereby i;iveii tlpul sixty days .after'���  dnU' I inti'ii'l 10 apply to tlie Cliief Commis-  s'ioner of Lanils nnd Works nt Vieim-iii. foi' per-  uiission ' to piirclinsi- tlii' I'l'dlowinj,' dest-rilied  lands In I'Pasi Kiiuti-iiaiy: IPoiniiiiiil'i-tiiK al 11;  post plui'lled iil tin' ncirlliensl, cortier of I.e.I I:.M  of tins. KooU'iiny Viille.vl.and I'ompany. iliem'-e ,  soulli so eliiiin.s'. tlieni'i- 10 ..ehiiins easi, liieiie-e'  .nil eliains iini'Ili. Ilicnei- A" eliains ivesi to pliit-ir  of coiuineniieineiil. A. II. SMITH  IHiIi'd Aiikiis.1 Tlli.jw.t.      ���]". i;iil.(lvl,'TS.7\(.'i.ni'���'  2TIIAINS    DAII.V      '  /->  KA^T. TIMK ^1  Now Equiiiiiiont Throug-hotit, Day  Coaelius, Palaeo und Tourist Slooijurs  Dininy und Buflot SinokiiiB- Library  Cars. .  'Kor Tickets,   Utile.-'. Polders- ptnd KiilJ  Iiifoi-iiipil ion.    Oiill on or pidjress  iiny iio'enl. (Ireal. Norlhern  Hail way or  A. M.'C. DBNNISTON, i-.w.ka.  612 flitli ftvenue, Seattle, Wash.  MINWKAL Al.-T.  IKCIICM   r.)    .  c.-Ktt'i'ii'icA'ii: ur imi'|iiivi;mi;nis,  NOTICE. '      ���  (.'old.lliipe l''rnction ,\u. ���> Mineral < 'litiin  Sill'.ale in the l-'oll Sleele Minlil,; I lU Isiliai, ,,!'  Kasl Iw.otcliay (lislilet.  Where localed. On North, Stii'i Hill. 1': .  .Take N'oliee llial I. .lames A. Ilarveyj; |.'r,.,.  .Miner's CerHlli'Mle N'"V IP.. I'llli'.'iP, ll;,'enl Pel'  I'lip-pone II, lli-:ideii. l-'ree JIIuei-;s (:eililieiite No  ll.ivmoi. Intend, sixty diiys from Iheilaile lierenf  tu npply tn tliv .Milling.Keeiu'der for a Ceiliil-  fitlr of Improvements, for tlie .purpose, of nla-  liiiuinira Crowii (Prunl of tile'alioyi* eln im.  And furlliel'dike nidlee !tint aijli.iii. 1111 \vr  Seel inn PIT. must be eoinuieuied before llioliiii-  anro of siieb (PiM'Iilteatei.f 'liiipi'oveuiitiif.s. >'  Dated this 31st day of July. A.U.. I'.hj.-i.  ��5    ' J.'A. HAKVEY. THE yPROPPEGTOK, /PORT STEELE,   Bx C, SEPTEMBER Tii, JWV.  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Carliirai-  ,j ii'iule'd   ilio <.C|onservativo   ineel-  '���iiig ���  ai     Cranbrocilc    Tlnirsday  evening. ���'. . ���    '���  7. ,7  (0   -s  f)   OVI'OR MOO HORSES ''KXT.l-1PvEI.i7'''"'"'        IHGVKVI^XT KACMT ..PA V '  V  (w       ���'" ,-   ' ".,.. -....���''���'���.���' ���,���' .. ��� ���  ��� (���  _      ' _ "���' ">  ..      ;   .     .    .-fyfyyyy .���;;���:"'";,;",:..    .-,...... .'.w , ������#,  .Down   Town Street Carniyp*tl Every Night,   "Vaiiclevilln.Speeialties"  (*  EJGHTV ��� DAYS' ���.���/���R'A.GIINC:.  S ���'KXT.I-l'PvEl.i'������''���-"'"���*"���        l'-MC;-"!';1  $10,000    IN    PURSES  t CarniytxrEvery,.Nig-ht," Vait  and Hig'h Class Circus fFeatttres .  8  %���       Special Low Rates on all Railroads ���>  9)   .l.Yuiri'jisioli I'rivilc'pi'Cis'I'orSiilc. . VV'rili: lor I'rci'iiiiiiii I'.isl.    11. (P. S'I'.IM.M Kl.. Si'c-.V:M|;|-      J>)  ($���'.'". ' " ��� '   v     ..- "���'"'    7     (��  td'SSS^S-Si^SS^SSSSSSS^SSSSSS'SSSSSSSSSSSSSSS*!^^  .7.17.  #1.'  (S^��  -fl(r��  Grpiiliiiiti; ei St.. I.iiU-i-s Hn-.taP::,  \';uu:otiY!^r. IP. <X   ,  (MiNH.R,AL"..AlKRC HANTS  Fo'rt  Steele-  Sole Aiients iv  ir hu  mous M AMU SKIN IWIN'TI.VIP  Oau:imiNin*i;p :i.ihI,1'.v|'|'.:k' 11 an'c;imi;  anion m  '       'P'liy  .'.I'ASTKI;   MKCII/vNIO'S If'tJItK 'I'AII  !   -' 'Al'     ali'lil;,    alll'l     Milli-il.s     llir     slcill.'    Vl'llil.'  I  l.l'ial.'l).!.!.'.' i'l':llli' III,"   il  iaf Ipl'i'llM','  nil.    I'iist.   I'll..  .TlU.S'    I'tlHt.iltlliuPi'     I.-.I.-      il'-iflll'     l-.'.-l-.IP'.a'v    i.W'W.I^.1"!'..   .ir-'.'i^H)...,.   l.'l,',,...-,'S.'Sp.,|'l,'.:,l,.,'l,:  ,. ,' ,     ; ,,'     . ��� .'.   . ' !���!:������������   :ui;;ilc 1,111 ri"-.'i|.i nl'P.'i'. Ini-pia.sl.iiHi'.  eillpil'KOil  by ll. n.ivvr  vfti.l.tr v."lil.'li    1.- n.-iv : Aii..-',iT.,iI.-ls , i -...,. '.1,',- M. nil ,'.,,l. ������  open   I'dp-   rc'c-pl ion   of   |<a* i.-fi,,^.  . l-'or j _. ; "_. ; . B:  tcrnis pipplyio ' j      .   7 .     7 N0-[-(CE_  iMl.SS   li. .MclSS,   Oi-    J..I'7. Smi'nl. S'-c; I     'liiiii- iiiiiii-n i ini.i. ,-i:-, t v ilpivs jil'ii'i'('liit.-iv  Mat.roil.    ' l-'ni-I  P-iP.-.-li-.  I!.(.'. i'l  si::iii .'i/.pi.v ini||.-(   h i,:l <  iiinin is.sii iiicr  _____; .; _...;  ..'      ,��� .j ul' I.-iinu- .'unl \Viap-l-:.-. iiir   pi'i'iiiission' i,n  ; |i'.'|-.'ii.-i-..-   tin-    p'. .1 |i,n iir'    hilnl    in     I'fppsl.  ANDRFVV ��� NFi I.)I(.i     i i*:i."i!i-niiv. ni-wi.-i. ,-t,i,i  ,i,7ri,.,ii���..,i  ;1S  ���      ./������       . '������ ii I'ii1.'.-'.'   ��� -t '(>iii I si' - ivi-i n;..i ill pi p.osl. inii.i'k'i'il  ' ' ' I 'A''.'  '���!.   'v'v'.-i I |:in'-   .-< n, p 11 v.. t- I   roi'iioi'   ;il  GONTRflGTOR  ".and    BUILDEK ]��-'������ y-Mw.-i..���...���.,.,��� ,.f.i..i,., i:-.....:uv  .  j |.'i-i'-i;fiiipp iiiip. No,  i.'P7. 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PIiOAIPrr .ATTENTION  SATISFXCTION;'GUA'R ANTEED \*^ztisi ���  ,- Prop's.  <^  COMPANY  Tins StkipM. is ^'li.'i.i'puite'nd In bo r.ipial'lo Jcssiip's   or   l^irl.lis in ;i,|I  II AIM)  IvOCK  \V6liK. 7    ���     "    , . .   ,  k���.1k./���kWT,Gr0W'��-NestGoal company.  s : ^ - Giant Powder GDiiaity.  Mining .Supplies' a  Specialty.  :Y    llAliRlS    GO.,   Liinitod.  Farming   Implements.  '.CharlesV.P- Campbell.  " 'TII I'C 'L'NDIiK'TAKKlV?  l'bVll'.ALMING "A-  w     ' ,S17'E(.!| ALTY  'Tki.ki'-I'Ioni*: -Ul.  OI'KN   DAY    '���  AND   iVIGIIT.  I'ost (1')i'",i'*i(,'i': l.'.ox  127.  CRAWBROOK, B. C.  Xii  }

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