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 ^.-.r.-j o��L.BAM  Vol. IO.  BORT STBBBB, 13. C, SATURDAY,   SBRTBM BBR 3,1904.  No  oO.  KIMBERLEY NEWS.  The Gem of the Mountains-- Sui  livan Group of Mines-Train  way Under Construction-  There i.s every   reason   lo  he  lit've thai Kimberley is   destined  lo   be   one    of   the   prosperous  mining '  camps '  of    Southeast  'Koolenay. ..  That.     Kimberley     will    now  forge   ahead,   no   one   seems   16  doubt, the' future  of   Kimberley  ��� it  is closely allied to the active operations of the' Sullivan group  of mines. Other mining proper-  lies in this vicinity show; a  greater or less amount of devel'- Lluimodi wi]] b(i.{  opinenr. aiidawill no doubt in  time add, to the material prosperity of Kimberley.  ' ' The town has railway connections with fhe outside-'--world;  with tho Sullivan group iu  active operation, the daily* increase of pay-roll at the mines.  ��� the prospecting and'dcveldpmcnf  of mining properties in close  proximity to town, all Avill add  materially   to  fhe  future   pros-  . perity   of  thegeni1 town of the  mountains. --Kimberley".  SULLIVAN   MINKS  '������ Reports from Spokane received this weekare to the effect  that operations will be resumed  at the'Sullivan mine as soon as  the roasters at the  smelter, now  , under construction at- Marysville  are completed.  '  ,,   Contracts were let on Monday  ' for'the,cutting pf a ri&hl of way  for a tramway froin the, Sullivan'  ��� m'uVos to the railway at Kimberley./ ., '��� ���    ��� ���  "���' ,  Sullivan stock' is'almost af a  standstill. A big 'advance i.s  predicted by those on fhe inside,  in the near future.  Will Not Lose a. Day.    '  Not a single day is being lost  in the construction of the smelter,, at Marysville. If is expected  to be in active operation late, this  fall. . At- tho Sullivan mine  300,000 tons of ore is blocked out  to be extracted, as soon as the.  smelter is completed.  The supply of brick used in  the construction of the smelter  has been tested and found to be  of a good quality suitable for  their intended use.  The cement foundation for fhe  big chimney of the smelter has  been completed': The ���chimney  'will be ISO feet in height, the  highest, iu fhe Koofenays.  About 1")0 onion are now employed in the construed ion of the  si nei for.   " Fernie News.  Fernie, Aug. 'Mi.��� C. Fornau  tiie /.inc' expert; has signed an  agreement w:th the Crow's Ncsl  Pass Coal Co., for the erection  of a zinc smelter, and posted a  forfeit as evidence of good faith.  Tho agreement calls for-a zinc  smelting plant costing not less  than ��100,000, to be completed  by Dec. .30, 1005.    ' ���  G. Cf.-S. Lindsey has been appointed general manager  of the  Crow's Nest Coal Company.  .   W.   H.   Whim slier'' i.s to'.be appointed as city police magistrate  Mr: ,.'!"., S. T. Alexander has  been appointed as city attorney.  _ , :  |  Lumber Information.  Suiliviin group of mines as soon  a.s active milling Operations Commence  ,. Several parlies were cruising  for timber during the past week.  A - number are cruising' in the  Flathead valley. It is reported  that Calvary capital will-be invested in timber lands in Southeast Kootenay,.  The machinery for 'llie Otis  Staples mill on Perry creek.  Southeast Koolenay. has arrived  anil is being rapidly installed.'  though if is hardly expected  cultiug wil! commence before  next season. Tho capacity of  the mill, when completed, it is  \<>00   feet per  TRANSPORTATION ASSURED  ���The v-Kootenay - Central  wilh De  velop South and Northeast  Kootenay.  day.'  BULL RIVER ITEMS.  A Wbeidv Budget of News Prom  the New Placer Camp.  Mr. and Mrs. Ben^llucklc were  .visitors at camp last week.  ' M, R. Guintcr went to Steele  last Saturday and returned to  camp in fhe Monday morning  twilight. He must have been  looking for '-Pa's hawk".  The work ��� continues' with the  same energy as usual The  work*men are uo.w engaged, .i'ii  leveling at the point of construction where the dam is to be  constructed. ���  Fishing is very good at'pres-  ont. , lOvidonco is shown by the  number' of fish brought into  camp bytho boys.  Manager D. S. Guinter was at  Wardner and Cranbrook on,-business Monday. ���   , "  i ...  Gi. li. Henderson,, jr.. lost a  pocket book containing about  S20 between Steele and camp on  Sunday last. Any one finding  fhe same will.please leave\\\, at  Tiik Puospkutok olhce.  ��� Some one visits our storeroom  and ' makes, themselves familiar  wilh   its  contents   without    the  Although as richly endowed  a.s its western sisters. Souiheiisi  Kootenay has not to lhe sumo  extent enjoyed tlie attention ol  capital that has been devoted^ to  West Kootenay, but all the ox >  ports whp have visited,, the district are ' unanimous in flu1'  opinion that it is one of the best  mining districts in British Columbia.  The, Crow's ,, Nest branch  running east and west through  the district furnished the necessary transportation for the opening up of the ,coal areas of the  Crow's Nest Pass, also, tho development and opening up of the  three big silver-load mines,  North Star, Sullivan and St.  Eugene., "       '  The construction,of the Kootenay Central railway, will, open  up a far larger mining country.  If will give the mines of Bull  river, Wild Horse creek. Dibble,  good  here  ( u.> .  company   there  as   ho   i-  JJul whydooft, he  reserve  job     for   those    -'now   on  it   a ��� sinche for his  1:  earth .-  friends-'  0:iii:ii1;i. 1oil;i\. is, Uu- niiii'li-titllci'il-oi  l-DMIlll-V llll  Ii.l,'  filer III- Ilu- fililhr.  Tt is not as much talked-of by  the "Old Man" ai a country not  on the ���������face of the globe".  If ih<ij)i'<j|>lr will iu-i-i mi poliliciil  purl ie-., ln'iiijf i-oni nilli'il tin ii f tm ;i  Ihimmi'-s Jmsi--. wi-ili-rn (';tn:t(l:t - u ill  -non prove lo lie ilie jji-ente-l i-iiiinfry  oi) enrfb,.  A good idea.. Now if'the '.'Old  Mair' will show '-the people"  hovTlo "insist" the country will  be saved from tho mules, lioli-  ticians and moral cowards.  KOOTENAY CENTRAL RAILWAY  Will   Not   Cross   the    Columbia  River   at   Any    Point  Along Route.  DISTRICT  MINING NEWS.  Tracy, Wasa and Sheep0 crooks  transportation'for ore and'briny-  ing in of mining machinery for  the further development, of the  mines in the Koolenay .valley.  It is fhe only direct and natural  route to the important mines .of  the Windermere 'district. A J In-  ing properties'ol" untold wealth  will be developed, and Southeast  and Northeast Kootenay will become fhe mining attraction in  this province as soon as this  railway is'consfructed.  Of Interest to Those Engaged in  the  Development of the' �� ���  Mining Industry.  consent of the manager,  see hi in tirst.  Belter  At the Butts.  The Port Steele Rillc Association liolcl their regular weekly  shoot on Saturday last.  The following is fhe score:  Accident,at Jait'ray.  At the present moment there  is considerable activity shown in  securing timber in Southeast  Kootenay, and among timber  buyers it is recognized that some  of the finest timber limits in the  'Province.are to he found in tlie  Kootenay valley.  Large quantities of mining  lumber will be  required   by   the  iW  500  (100  Total  I'Yn-er  10  (i  0  1(i  lvci-<li;tw  ,    0  .")  7  12  Mather  li  IL'  ���1  :��S  liUXll'l-  ll  1    /  11  ,T.'  Chirk  is  12  <)  IHI  Cooke. \V  ,   17  10  i:t  10  Wii-Ui  i:i  7  i  O.)  Cea'ry  !>.l  I'O  -l  Ill  ('(Kike,  li.  1'.  lli  !)  II  ���m:  Neiili"  I-I  tl  D  IM  Tot  il-  lift  till  70  11(12  The  uox  1   n  ���"gllli  ir   s  loot  will  lake, place  todi  ,y-  Chicken and Ducks.  September 1st marked the  opening of the. shooting season  in Southeast Koolenay. Reports  from the various towns and mining camps indicate that the prospects for good sport-could not  be better. ' Tlio season has heen  exceptionally favorable.'; ��� for  hatching, and the covics are  large and the birds well. de-.  velopedi  Kaiser's Visit to England. .  ' .)affray. Aug. W.���Frank Nash  a young man employed in tho  .mill here, lost his rieht arm by  the accidental discharge of a  rille. today. He had sot tho  loaded ride outsyde of his cabin  door, and while inside a neighbor came along and picked up  the gun. and while working tho  lover the gun was discharged.  The gun penetrating the cabin  wall ��� and hit fhe young man in  the biccp of the arm and shattering fhe bone so that'amputation  was necessary.  ''Old Man" Philosophy.  Loudon, Aug. Iil.��� Official:'am  nouncement is made that P.m-  peripj- William will visit England  about the end o'f'October or the  beginning of November. I.lis  Majesty will proceed directly to  Windsor, where lie wi.H, fake  part iu some days' shooting- I.f  is highly probable, that, fhe I'hn-  peror will proceed' afterwards to  Lowllier castle on a. visit to the  Karl of Lonsdale.    ,  l.'roni llio Ciiiubi-uok Hunilil  IJiM-lin soionlisls uro very much  worked up over tin educated hoi-bC that,  is able to think. That is nolhiii". Wo  have . known ;t Mi-Miiiri mule Unit  would think for ei^lit month.- jiihi lo  yet in one uood kick.  That's nothing, either: there  are educated people who are not  able to think without kicking,  and any man can kick without  thinking.  11 I lie St. Kn^t'iie mine can fnriii-li  nil lhe lend eon-limed in Canada, wli.-tl  lieiK-lil would protection on lend lie In  lend mining i^enei'iilly in Urili-h Co-  lumliin?  No prelect ion is desired for  lend, but protection i.s asked for  manufactured articles of lead.  A lead refinery and plant for the  manufacture of lead products is  one of /the industries of the  Kootonays,. and if tlie manager  of the Wisdom-column of the  Be raid, will climb upon one of the  high-pro lection lumber piles of  Cranbrook, or. ask some small  boy, lie. will learn that there is  sucli a plant here, and-that fhe  ores of the St... Kugene mine are  manufactured info lead articles.  Moral;-- Thinlc before you kick.  (lod hales il moi-n.l eownrd. iind :t loi  of |ii.'0|>l<.-now on etu-l.h will Iind . il- out  whim they ni-e shoveling eonl in luiiles.  if would be interesfing to  know whether the "Old Man"  gets his "lips" from, the'  Almighty or from fhe other one.  In   either case   he   will be. in as  rrhis year lhe receipts from  the " silver-lead mines'ol Southeast Kootenay will be larger by  ,a good deal than they were last  year. -  ,     '  c' From all'appoaraifecs if 'looks  as if tlio Sullivan Mining Company ' intended to commence  operations iu the near future.  Every piece of machinery is in  order for active operations.  J. P. Larson, manager of the'  Tiger-Poorman group of mines  was in town Saturday hist. lie  reports fhe mine as being in a  most satisfactory suite of development.1  " A number' of prospecloijs are  searching tho bed of Skooknm  Chuck ci;eek for'placer ground.  One fid tinier. Ql.iim.s_ thai- he  got &2A)(. to the pan'in early  days, -i  The outlook for ' the deep  placer and big hydraulic mines  of Hull river and Wild Horse'  crook is most encouraging.  Late reports from Bull river  show; that everything points to  a rapid development " and an  early production of tin; yellow  metal. ���  The striking of oil^in the Plat-  head valley, will be the signal  for a grand rush, and a speculative Jloafhig population will invade that portion of Southeast  Kootenay.  The St. Eugene mine is en-  titlod-io to be termed Ih'e biggest  silver-lead mine in Ih-itish Columbia.  There are more mines sacking-  ore in the Windermere district  right now than ever before, and  it is more than probable that  others will be added lo the list  before snow Hies.���Outcrop,  Wilmor.  Once a railway is constructed  through this valley the Windermere district will keep all oilier  districts in British " Columbia  busy shipping silver-lead ore lo  keep ahead���that i.s. if we may  judge from the big galena showings already uncovered in this  district.--Wiliner Outcrop'. (.  Chief ,Grant   of the Kootenay  Central   survey   party   told   the  Star, this   week   that   if was not  the intention of the surveyors lo  cross   f he Columbia  river at any  point along tho.route, giving  as  his   reason   thai    If   was   much'  easier going on the easi   side  ol  the'river,   where   there  are   no  difficulties in the way  of  creeks  and   canyons   to   be   overcome. |  whereas   on    the   west    side   il  would   o be c  a   case    of    build  bridges    and    trestles    all    the  way     up,     which    would    cost  considerably     more    lhan     fhe  actual   cons) ruction  of the road  on  tho  east  side  of  fhe  river.  Ho says, however, there is  considerable chopping to be done on  this  side, but   that is nothing in  comparison with the'rock-cutting  that  would  have  to be done on  the other.,  Besides supplies can  be   taken   along the wagon-road  for   the  entire  distance,    which  would   be   strictly ' out   of   the  cpiestion   were  the   work lo  be  carried   across   the  river.      Mr.  Grant   considers ' it   would    be  cheaper  to  ferry   fhe   minerals  across     the',   river     from    the  different  points   than   to   erect  monstrous trestles. -,      "  The work of surveying is progressing rapidly and when this  is finished lhe work of location  will ' be commenced'.���Golden  Sta r.  way�� to time without the h'dp of  a commission.  Bailed out ���This pruvim-o b.i^  a number of politician-, who are  like leaky bout-. They have ki  be bailed out occii.-ionully.  Can't reach ii���A train on tuc  Crow's . Nest lino carric- no  freight'Ihat A not billed hiirh.  Don't .slop i(���Some one remarked the other day. -'Lookout for a boom in Southea:.'  Kootenay as ,-oou as> 1.1 i'o Kootenav Central nulwav N con-'  structod".  Might want ,it���Wo' know a  certain bachelor of whom il is  said has laid his heart, af - a ..certain girls feel. We don't fhink  she oiighl lo kick it, into llio  si reel.  LATEST EASTERN   WAR NEWS  In a Death Struggle���Both Annies  . Camped on Battle Field���Japanese   Getting' Closer to Port  Arthur.   c  Silvov-leiid Quotations.  TCew Vim k. Scpl. 'li:  ti.ii- Silveri   l.e.-td     .   '. '.....  Copper..' \   .   ..'   Spelter   London, Sept., i.���Silver,  copper ii'u L'- Od: load, tl I  spelter, tii l")-,   d. '  ���I.L'0  iir>u  .'..10  if,   1-ld:  li-- (id:  Market Conditions.  Copper was higher in London.  Lead was steady and unchanged in the New York-  market.   If was lower in London  i  Speller remained firm and unchanged in the local market and  in London.  Mrs. A. C. Bowness.  News Notes.  A special meeting of the Can a  dian Pacific Kailway Co., willbe  'held, in Montreal on October--5th  to   authorise,  an   increase in the-  capital stock' of the'company   by  &.��::>, 000,000.. .     ���;:'.'���'���:.  ; Wi nnii >og, So p t, 2: ~-T hei ai,es f  reports by responsible and 'compote fit persons -deny'���'���thill rust  has'seriously injured the wheat  crop in Manitoba.. 7  ���'  Tokio,' Aug. 111.���The linai  assault on Port .'Arthur "is-imminent. Hundreds of Japanese  guns continue to pour a, destructive lire info the city antj. harbor  along the line of forts ���and on  trench monts;  Mrs. A. C. Bownoss died'af  her home 7 in Cranbrook last  Thursday.  Her death occurred under sad  and dramatic circumstances.  She had been an invalid for some  time: hut was thought to be in  better health lately. Thursday  morning her little' boy came lo  his father and told him that he  could not'wake his mamma. Mr:  Bowness went lo the room and  found his wife dead.  District Kailway News.  Rumors of the surveying of  Ihe Crawford Bay and Fori  Steele rail way will not down. Il  is reported'that pai'fiesf are now  in the field .making, a reconnois-  sanco preparatory to surveying..  .,��� Railway contractors are. at  .Windermere looking over the  route of the Kootenay Central.  If is said that contracts will bo  let as soon, as file surveys are  completed.  Picked Up By Our Perambulator  , Horse stolen, stable Jo'clced.---  The Dominion government has  ordered the. appointment of fire  rangers to protect .tlie' timber  properties of this province.  Protection Wanted���-A government which wishes to protect,  the 'people  can   tiring   tlie rail-  Japanese have l!-10.00(i men and  the Russians from 170.000. lo  200,000, who are now engaged' in  a fierce death struggle at Liao  Vang. Reports reaching St.  Petersburg are to the effect thai  so far fhe results have been  favorable lo Russians. No reports have been received from  the.Japanese side.  The, Japanese are using  balloons to locate the Russian  guns. The Jafjanese are reported to bo using mortars to drop  shells in the Russian position.  These are' probably the "high '  angle Howitzers.'which were reported in action hist week.  It. is'noi" midnight iu Ahm-  ch'uria. and the lierce bailie that  has raged all yesterday ceased  at !) o'clock, and both armies  have bivouced on the Imld'.  The second day's battle com- "  menced at dawn on August :il.  The struggle continues without  apparent gain to either side. At.  o p.m. fhe battle is still in progress, but the strength of lhe  cannonading does not equal that  of yesterday. Tho Japanese are  getting around the Russian right  Hank. - Over 000.000 men aud  1,1300 guns are engaged on bofh  sides. Practically the wiio',0  Russian forceas.iii=ihc firing lir,oL  The advanced positions of the  Japanese before Port Arthur nre  now near fort no. 5 on tlie east.  at Palichuang ou tho north, and  at Huklalou and Tangtowang cm  the west. A junk wliich arrived  at Choc Poo August :10th heard  heavy tiring on the morning of  August 2!l.  A dispatch from Liao Vang  says:���"All around Liao Yung  the hills are trembling today  from the'artillery fire, which bus  not ceased for a moment"  Tlie battle of Liao Vang i>  progressing without appreciable  results, Ollicial Japanese despatches sent out late yesterday  say that neither day's contest  has realized ;uiy visible results.  The Japanese fought desperately  while Russians realized that they  had to 'make a Una! stand.  Kootenay Central Construction.  A. report, received in [owii-.-fliis  'week. 7 is- to llie elfecf that the  Kootenay Central company, ��� as  soon as a portion of .the survey  i.s eouiploted, will commence-  active operations' towards construct ion. '���  /The Kootenay Central surveyors, under Engineer Armstrong,  moved their camp Monday from  Four-mile creek-, to Wasa.   ' ,    .  The survey has been completed from J affray to Six-mile creek  a. 'distance of.about JO'.miles. THE. PROSPECTOR ' FORT STEELE,   B '.'<?.,, .SEPTEMr3.BR. 3,  100-1.  mix zi%3ti&0pgKiQv+  \l:c I.-lliSt'K  XX'  ;.i;iSli;:i.>"   l?:!*>. ��� . .-   .    ������  ,'|,-:   . i\ND'  KIMTOKW'  ..fip ;!.;7ii;:;''^.i-.l-'in-C'StecU.," 'tlie  77wif mineral' 'rcso-uri'c's''of  PiiSitUtiy clisirie'tf ���      -   ;.'.,:��� -  ���������''' ������,'.'...'ii'.ttii p(ii"'y.c:irf  f ' ' '"������'.,': '' ��� . ��� ������'' ���'. 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A u A h ep. 7Up per iye n'd s!':i'p'f  ���fi-x.THe., Colu-mbia  p^:;7.twpfgre;ftiifsp-'  Ru.-^ia s ; 7 iron linen i; of coal,  couch 'aiiclbi.'uadsr-'.ii'f.sa's contraband of war. 7 As. a .great ex-,'  (fjbrfing. nation, the.-tJnitecl'Sta.teJ5  Can , not afford to accept this,  -classification'.'-  '���'���',"ff-..,-'-:'-''..:, '7f7c    .': "������;  ,';Naturally;7:,-tha;t7 reghhent of  which., tho,- .baby:,,Czarevitch':, is7  colonel belongs, to, the-infantry A '-'���  :7'Cahdida.t'es:for political honors  have heeiiwi .little fbackwardin  making,,their 'wants'f known.'���'.'-fbu.t  Jn tlie War'future they Mvill.',.' announce .fhemseives with sufficient  frequency.7- '-. that'7 will 'satisfy  ey.ery'bddy7 ".-'AsAy. y_;:-:���..:  '[[���Ax  .'-;,'���.������-���' '-   * p.,,*'7 -*'''���  - '     :XSiXi ���iy.  "From v tlie ���.'eoll-jeries -,:in'.;f the,  -Crowds ,,:Nest- :"'���' HfxiB: comes ithe  word that the eoal bushvess is iii;  a. inost tin satisf tie lory ; eondifiph7;  ^Dbes ih'is'iijeau.fh.at tlie siueHing:''  and other- ��� dependent; industries  are,7also- iu X'-vii';. ^depressed.'.'.coh-  'ditio'n?���������������"������" "'BAA 'B'aBx. ���'���'iix":'  .. iss.s.B.X...:.,... i.sBi..AiX,. AXX.  X.sXi .ifiissi- iy  f7 Tdgt! was"���uo.t;..o'ne; .ofvthe.-' -iptty'^  erousT-'iiaines tJiai-JJie'Ozar'fs.tmby  was- christenedw'-'B' ���:'������"��� .'A ' "'-7:..  :':":..;., p Ayx... x-a-A.. , -iAAAis.., sAXAAA" xiii  C>rMige Meat  -< An Ideal . BreaKfkst  Shayiit2.f ��f7'Hair "Dressing-7 Parlor:  ,.   ��� .. ..    1---- �� ,P(p-p   .        ....   .--.    . ��-.. ":y:  ;���'���*'"    .   Xr'"'' -���-.,���'������ ;.-.!/    S   :.ix x . yx, sy  "X y" :rf77f :"7'"fN��:x t'lo" OrieibTi!;.!-! o; ei :;pW;':.- A-y-  i yyii.y FOrrtiySTBEUEy's.i Ca'sA  -si ��� '-.-: .-���������������': 'vi-b.:- ....-..���:. ��� -. -. :-.- -'    ������'.������"n7--..,- ��� ���-.. ������-.- ..  'Ml, Kiadspf6t-,Hair7Ayi>rs::i,a Specialiv  ;7'iV; '^^GKEZ7^-07-f7PRO'i'RtE'roS;v���;  'AAiXX:.y:.:::y.^-.ffNOTlCE;-'^:Ia '-:<f--'Ayf,sy  f.Tiiki; notice :thrtttbi;rtfr'.l">,.-;-iticriiatt; -I'-'.in-  5 57��T   '���; ..'.:  B . ���;.    ���������'��� -v-;,   ., ���' ��� - �����, ":y      ;.-h���7'' ���' ������-������':���   .. S^^^T^S , . .w   ���  ''.���"'.'/,'"'.���     .;'.. .-�� f- ���*,'''���'.''' '*'   :'���!'  . *". >**  ::tf  .iEieadd.uax'f^vs ''7'fbr'-'' Mining'-' aiid.'..--: Commercial  Men  liargilfiS^  .p-^f-p'J.-i.'j-PSj.p  ,��pv��t  i;iBA;fKBAA'9^y "ByBsB^^Bni^  .��feW-;Shbpi.''f:riVl<uVth'S:itf  IS -'fexpectedpf ."teiul ;7to---7dp>iy.-:,.to.-.-ih.c^'-"Ciiier'; Co;aru:i.ssiqji6'r..^f,  ���" As -���'Air    iiXX.X-Xsi, 'X.iysi,A''X'i x-iXs.y.i ..:::: : PLamlsuiidPWorUs'fcrPa'licansa top prospect  for'  i,.;,:;:'t.V^��^^.:jfrl" ���'=V'!-V'?:.i:TvY'^V'-'",W^   1Vf't;-';?;I11^-C:.-V:;.?-yP-P?-:'. Co.V'l.:a.iill,Poirqt.ciitn-.'on tftieioliowiugiaoisctiibiid  !wltiV;fhe:h'i&)ll7'!k>hte^ liui.lj'i.uuffiniijugiujl^oiulicfct-corherpn^^^  '������'"��� '-^-vWpwWw;:-.,.,,.     '������'���-; -���������iii&" iii:'���-:-������ wwX-x���������i-s   pliititycl 'on-' tlnifincft-tli  line:' ���otJD.-':Mo'orc'?fi;oaI.'  .li^JCchfiins. more.oi-IUss to cast linepfql fp.f Iff''  0iU.s'fconi liceiiov. rtliehce ..sbutli,s6 ftilirtins'' to  Pnflrtliwestcoiivcr.fdP-pp.���-,jfo.orefs coal .license;^  jtlionce'eiistif:! l.-.ti chain's' to' 'piaoe'.o(.'..begiuni.UK;A,  ��;:7:)��;::;;w:o^fv'i;���  A: niAB J."'1 >��� .fsti'ihifrjo i;;-f -; BiAAAAAiiBAAAi:  . iioyiiiulnjipnt. Llic'P.iiorthu-esc.oQrher pos'L-. bdin^  tliefiioi-tl'ifeftsft coniet-'7pbst,,:ofPp:.Moore's cbiil'  liii'cnso. ���liiciicovia'st'-li'.aV-itihatiis;:' iTisnce.p'soutli  ���'so.'eliHii.i'spi'-'trtri'B'^  SO f'.liiiins Lopliicooffbogimnnt;, ' ,'p' .'77. . pff'7  '���iA'Ass ::'[ ANflfikkW���J.'ATfDT.AW..:Lbciitor ;,  ��� vDated ,1 uiy 2U\A. 1WA:- Ai '[':   �� '' s y - A 3:1 .'���:  ���wvth'ati':'^  7f::pf;iibiu t|'-':l;h:afc;:- ffi��i l^$��MXpVffi&M��  ���Bigveiiiitfy A. wrea h. If if:: f tH ah: fa hy'7: p tin e r  -fepf'pcir ti ei n ftftf 7tf ���� % l;i o ifi^&hds'pffp.m lies  ���:i-.^-'O'KV|0'tyiV4l\y^  p^sQuteroi');;v:tf:w^  ryAii' ��������� I^i-cih)';.-i7;al'lv ;-fppai-pv f:,ofA 'A the  .:��� 77,1': Doi.ii i nil v.i 1.'., co m:e":: 'y.',ii r 11 ihgs y th at  ,y77 tlie : "Bftii iiVo 1 i iBiAf con tie in plates  ���' ^spnnghigf'ffAi)i .olecfioii 17011 "the  7r::  'COifiliU-y ffrisp frill; "77 / irix^   AX"....  .'.',"'. [:. iWy r \ x i As��-. afivd l:^ort;7 At th u r'  ,p 7\\'ilf no! !ii''c'.siit-reti(iered p 11 if til   it  ���'������   ;iS:;Ulft\v!7 ,lowpipoes  at a.fearful'  ,;. '> ���,c6.-st:!'b.j'Jfissit!.- a nd ...J'.-ipau.' .'-.<, x  a  ��� ci'"  ' '���-'- ���   '"   '-������'-'    ' ���'���       i     ������    '   i' " -       -       ,'"' A    -,-   '-      '. ��� ' -  ���': -: . B-t V-i^v.-Stat-^df-v/fliaK ��r)';i)0.0,.06'('f  7'7 worllj of timber' \ya's.rb.urning;;..i.n.  .; f-the, Provi'ncV), 'tlui'iiig ' the past  ff7:' 'riT'pn.i;-!'i7".." ; ;md i-.thaf.: ;thO : gov-  erutifieiit 'would flose half fa  ''7'"'-mtl;'l'i'0!r iri 'royalties.":;':;;-   ".;v3:: ���'-���.;'  : "s- CX���.,.,- i' ' ,   .'"-." "ii"'-.: ":"   ixsX-'- '���-  '.:"'. x .-. pS^.pA; ���'���������Coj.vl'eTiV '|?'U per in ten dent  "'..'���' ol.tl:iei;..iiiitiiu:g.department of the  ������' ,' SpbkaiH.! J::ift-ers-tate7faii  opens  which  ,M..i,r, ...,.^.uyci-."i5.'-is- getting up a  flvie'- di.fe.'.'.ii.i'i-'.i"   wiiich^;   will'.be-  : ���  ��� -T ' A ���*'''.'-..'  a\va.i'(le'c! [A:..rlie.jjest mineral ex-  ���;bib"!.fl''it���>'.,- v-'-1'-- H'he'se diplomas  will .iii...' -j y -[H-cTed' f.by, the most  conjsv-:;--- "'-'i.tidgV-s "for'1 the. best  ..sa-.vi;;';'.!'-.       ,.     :he   y.ariousp ores.  -   receiving assur  I'XiVibils'fi'i'dtn ;iI ��� j  ���.'u'ni.ry. u7"riiere: iA'l  ''���Xhyfxyi'   ihip-   (!>���  ;  ;  p bpv:   b'iiiiM-    thai" 1  7 f' *7A:. ..���'TAKE'f.V NOTfCEpff- '���'. xX:���   77-;  .-'    . -.      -   �� f���-r-. ... c;-   .....      . ������'   o-     \'S  Tlnii tliinty iliiys iitttir ante, l intciul to apply  to.t-lv'ii Clilcf Coiiimissio'11'ci of Lands anil Works  for a liiiensc. to cutaiulcarryfiuviiy timber froi.ii'  tlio. following ilestn-ibed kind stltintoil in East  ivootunay.  1 Cqiii'iuciK'ingpaf  11   post   plantc:!  liiio.-liutr7milt', north : of fllie ' old   Kortli 'SIur  \vn(.'on;road uiiii near, tlie' soutliciist corner of  :H,   l'"iiti\violv'.s,.,timber liiriit.  tlie'iH'e SO  eliuins  iiiir.tli, -.'llintuio SO elii'iiiis. eiist. theneo SO eluiins  soutli. tlioneo, SO eliiiiris west ib place ofbe-:  yinni-.if,'.. - ,        -..���/���    .���..'.:        - ...-.-.-'   !'"'-,,;  ''���.-'bnicd'lfltli August. 1001 "A  :. CHARLES 1'OWKIjL."'.Locator 7(7  ���f -;>''[.   ','������   ���''���".������:',��� -  1?-, Iv-. NK\VJitL, Agentw,  7,. ..;"��� " ��� " ... f    ;:NOTlCE. '"��� ���:,���' .Ay '��� x,y A'  ���        - .    ���...,.-.., ii 1. -  '��� Take Notice that thirty days after publica-  ��� fclon of this notice f.p intend t'o.apply-to'tho .Chief  Cpiftm'issionur of fLands and \\*or!cs i;at Victorjn%  for a Liceii-V' to prospect for,Coal and Petroleum  pn'.the following lands in Southeast.Kboteiiuy.':!  1.   Commencing at n post planted on "the trail  011 tlif) north .side of-Sage creek ��� and about six  .and one-hnirmilcs.uor.tli.6f...the  International  Boundary. ibeiicPe west'SO chains, tiienee south  SO elini ns.' tlienco east SO chains,  thence north���  ���H1 chuin's to-plu'ec of beginning,'  '  -.Dated Mn>'2ini.;JSi>s.'   -.   - ''"      -  '' '  '. ���"    JOT-iN" C.-ti'KON-'AUD  :-.\lY,  p;'-':'-  'ij,.'i;"'  ' part 1  e\'l:!.'.  agi-tiN.  tho ';  Vv*! i i   ���  pin.  whie!  :vea .'���  iiiii.'  'yX-y Coir.meucini.r"at ll -post on the iibrth side  of Sage Creek eighty cliains.-east of Ji C. -Leon-  'a'rd's apjilicatioii. tlK'n'ce south ' ,S0 chains,  tlieiufi,- west SO chains, to the east boundary iif  ,1. C. Leonard's application, thence, north Su  chains, thence 'eat'; SO chains to place'of.be-  gipiiittg. ... :.,'���-.-'.���.   .;-,-,,. ^     .',:���  '  ,  littjiiii Ma-y-hiil/LWi. '   ���  ���''���A .    . '     .    .     W..A..HCOXARO  '.-: '(''t'liinieiii-ingjii She eolith mcsi. corner of .1  C.   ;.c.ii:iiril"��   iippli'.-atiiin.   thence   nortli   :-ii  '���.'ui',:!-.' tin-lire  west.  SO ehnins: thence soutli  -���'. c.^j'.i'ji-.. tli'-'.n-i- east ,Sii i-liiiins'to place 'of in-  'i'iii:<-.l".Miiy -jiiiMrar,.; '������,'���/"       .-"������;���  jads-'have-j    .      w'w    ,        ',. i-i;an*k lkoxaru  j(. i     1   t'',.-iii!ii-iii.iiig"-.it   Mil-  f.nitluvest-' corner iil  ;-i .],  C   i.*-,-/i:ni*.i"s  iippliciitioii,, tiii-nc'..' souih   sn  I hOSi ��� j .ohJiiili-.   tlii'iice' i-iis;, f'li-liiiiiis, llienco north Su  s, .lUi'-nr"   '.vest mi  cli.-i.iiis .in place of  be-  einirjiie. ,' . .    '      '  : liii! tifv/tit'    exili-bil^-j     Uai.(-il'..'iipiv p.'i,.'!.' iKi.'i .  ip'i, ���'from..year 1-'I-''. ;;'., ' ."    -vLm-arro. kVans  ���'..   '''iiiiiii'iiii'liif.. at i.ln- niiriliciist corner of .1.  '.'.  ,/.(briard'.-   uppli.-alion.   llienee'..  nortli     St'.  . | ciniins, tlii-rij-o'ii Kliii chain's,' 'llieiii-n .koiii.Ii   i:jt  ,     ,7 ��� j cllli-ill.-".    llli-Iii-e ..ril.-t   P10-l-llilins    Iu   lilaei, (,r in  l"l,!S=-  '-   -'���"'    i.,ii���,;hi:.' '   '   -    . ���      '     ���        ...  IrOiest  '   Ilgailis:  j     lia.i.n'i-M.iy :;n.i   n;!if..   "   ' ��� ''  ' ' i   ���������������''���      '     ��� '      '    . l-'itKU IK.AV.MAN  The Largest  IVIineral AKeas^:  and the IVIost iyi'..Biiii..AByx  "i Extensive  -.--..-,'���'.��� ���'-'.������ ....���--.. :: '  ���-,-.-.        .-���.-:.,. .'f..-..'. ."7:'-'.., ��:-..T fp1:.-7.'  Goal Fields on the,  American Continent  are Situated in  Soutli East Kootenay  .y^' * .i^, *-������ 'f'-  ��� '-^ i- A .v?vr  tWH'--'  r.\!l9i.'!W-' d  Agriculture  Grazing and tlie  :     '���-   ", '.'.-' ,i: is 'P-X'A . ["���['; ���' ,:'''"..'':' .''...-'7'"' 'i'X:-"X-i A. i  Lumber Industry  are Prominent  :^eaturesVof'the: 7p. ,  District.  !:'!'��� Siinlpllf!  ��� argi-  S'0'okari��:;   uiji. f  .lair.e:-:n,ibi.i.-  The proposed Grow's West aiid Golden Railway will pass  through Fort Steele and Tap the Greatest Mineral Belt of the  District.": ��� ���;^V:-:  ^Sfu^V';''-7.'  W$&&$?AB  a.\ 'x.y, \ I. iNi.ii.'s'ri;!  : ' '.'.      ' :i! '���   ' .1  I I'll '.'������:   IV 11  n-'-.-n .'.-;. i-.- ;i tn; wi! i,  ��� - ip.p '.  I.jii.;.   iii'Tidiiini  ,'..".   . ���:, .ill-   il Mil   lll'llli! llll   '  :,,    ���,.,-,.,,,.-,. n ;..;,, i .     'W'el-I;  :    -'.' i    .'III'!     II i I     1.1'.'I '. ���   liliul  :.,,���    .,'.   i .f I :������   ;nl v.'UiiM'il, in  ���'���    . p.   |-it;:;.-|'.  lllji   l-sSi'll-  ������ii-lit-'-:-    llllll     l'lli-|il->  . -',,-:|.i-.      Till-: "NAT-  ��� l I "MM   SI , ,   iff ll il'llL'tl.  jt'Wil! be to Your interest,  i f ��� ;. n'p I'm in I i.-in|i|;ili-' ' v isi! in;/' tin- SI .  i.c.if-P .!���'. -. |in-(i i-iii. 1..- .-.,-i-n |-. ��� i-.-Ji;ili|i'- in-  f'ir;;n;'i pi.ii a- !,, cvi Irn.-nl si-r.i'iri-. I I.i<-  i (> -.-. ���-.-���; r.i I ��� ��� ��� ii'm'i V In- li.-.,i iiiii! i.-n. Als'i.  -''- i'> l"��--i! I'liniii'l inns 'in SI., li'niiis:  iii.!.'l.-~. ������;<-.. ���������,������'.  . '  If ynii v.ili ivi-ii.-' tin-' !iinlr.i\-<i.rncil.  -tniiliL- wli;i.l . iiilVii-nijift inn yon (li-siri-.  Ih/'. -;i,'ii,wvil! i��- j,i-..in|.|.|y, hu-iiislii-il.  If ��v. ilu ucI. lnivi- ii. nn luuiil. will  si-cun-.il Im- you if iio.s.-.ilili-, aiul ��� tvit.li-  oiil any i��� xj����� 11r-1��� in ynii.     .\iiili-i-ss  l\. ll.TUI.r.MI'.lfl.L. (Vimni,-i'i.-i;il A-ciit  1-i- Third  Sti'i'<;t,   I'oi-Unnil, Utf.  Clioice:Business "and 'Residence lots for. Sale  Apply to  .^9  T  ���  Townsite Ofi&ce. THE PROSPECTOR,  PORT STEELE, B. C.,  SEPTEMBER :;. 1901.  Haa-jtcffiA:  *' $ ^ }Ki ^ f-i  ���_ , f Uif  Si l;#iff"  ���:V  %^^  i Ik    j? ^     !>"      j  Burns Coal, Coke  or Wood  < Two  sets  of  grates  are  supplied '.villi every  Kootenay Range- c:.^ for coal and the other ior u:!"<. of wood���  and the fines .ire wide anri 'dc;.:-', with no s>juii:c cc:T.c:s,'i.o that  the ashes, and scot pi educed Lv soit Jucls cannot-.leg up the  smoke and dr.iit pn&sjpi'.es.  This feature of the Kootenay Raii^e is a decided success.  The grates are so easily c' tinged that a  boy can perform  the operation. '  Sold'by al! enierpiising cic.-n'cis.    Booklet free.  , London,       Toronto,       Montreal,       Winnipeg,  Vancouver, ",   St. Jch'A, N. B.  nausea'-'"  v^-irx>-/-..7^j-fg5aBaawowW|  It Will be to Your Interest.  H .vim coni em plalo visitiny tlie St.  LouU lC.\po��il ion. tohCciinj relialili.' in-  foi-ni:ilion :i-> to ruilroiicl .service. Ihe  lowutaL i-ale? anil tho lie^l routes. -Also  as to local iioiulilioiiM 'in St. Louis:  liotclh. ,olc etc. ,        , '     -  If you will wr'Uo iho iindor&ijjiietl.  slating what iiifoi-miition you dc-ire.  llio samu will l>o, promptly fui-iiHiurt.  If we <lo noi liavo it on hand, will -r-  oin-c it for you if possible, and without  any oxpon.se lo you.  ..Addre.-o  IJ. II. Tkuaiiiiji.Ij. Ooinmoi-ciiil Ayoin,  1-12 Third St.. Portland. Oregon.  MI.V1-.UAI. ACL'.  (riiiiM i-'O  fiDite 'fflvicrqpzckot:  OKK'I'IKIOA'I'r.'OI'  I.MI'HOVIIMISN'I''..  NOTICE.  -  lliinislioi-n  ^Mineral Claim.  Siliiuti' in tlio Fori Sli'i'lo AllmiiK Division of  lOnsi ICooioiuiy DUlrlct. a     t-  Wlieu- lornicil:���On Tinoy Cioek.  TAKE NOTICI'l'thiitl. Tlios. r.'McVIltlo.'R  M.C No. IS7;!7lO��� iijjuni ior Win. C.n-lin. l^rcf  Miner'.'- Certificate No. HTSTJ-.' inieiiil. sixty  iiuys from the (Into hei col. to npply lo llio  Minim; Koconlcr icn ;i Cerlilioiiie of linpi'ine-  nicnt.s. for tlie piii-pii-,i! ol obtaining it Ciown  liruiil of the iiliovo claim.  Anil further tnko nnlu'O Hint action, undei  Sei'iion :1T. inus-i be I'ommoiiccd'bcfoi-o tlie issuance of sucli Ceitilii'iileof rmiii-ovemcnls  Dated ilii-. l'.HIi dnv ol ,luly. A.U., I'JO I.  :��l TI10K. T. .McVITTIR.  NOTICE.  ,'i'o Walter (.'. Hiucliell, ami io uny oilier  puny or parties to whom lie may Imvu limis-  lerroil ins iiiteresL in lhe -Oaloiu" Mineral  Chum situate on Snllivun Hill, in the Fori  Steele Mining Uh-isioii Kiu-t Kootc-niiy. linti~.li  Colunibin. i  TAICK ICOTICH lhal you are hereby 10-  iiuired within ninely days from the first pnbli-  riition of this notice lo pay Lo tlie iindcisianed  the suin of +S-I I'll the nmoiinl expended by him  on vour uueiesl in snid' elm in tor as-ii.s-ineiit  ' work up to the 11th day ol November. l'lOU  AND KUKTIIKK TAICK NOTICE that unless said payment I0f,".-lher with all costs ol  advertising is paid within the limo above  staled, your inteiesl in said claim Mi nil lapse  to the undei signed on nccoiini, of snid expenditure.  THIS NOTIGK Iskivi'Ii r,nder Section I ol  the  -Mineral Act Aniendnieiil Ai;L, li'liu".  DATED this !!8(li iiny or June. It'll 1.  27 WILLIAM .1.  LANGLKY.  MINKKAL A CI  I'\IUM   I1'.  (JHHTIIiMCATK  OF   IMIMIOVKM KNTS  NOTICE.  ���'Western     Slap",     '-l-'nui-     O'clock",  "Iron". --Sontor Star". ���-.Moi-niiiu  Star" and   --KaMopii  Star"  Mineral Chimin.  Situate in tin; Tort Sieele MiniiiR Dnisii I  Knst Ixooii'iiny llistrii t  Where localed.���On si renin wliii-li empties  into Hull Itivcr alioiu sixteen miles noilhciisi  ot l'Vn I Steele.  TAICl'I NOTICK Liiu t l.Jolin V. IxCsler. l-'rcc  Miner's Cortillcate No. H7:illS, intend, sixt.\  days from the ilnte licirol, lo applv to lhe Mm-  tii|��- Iteeorder foi ii Cerliliciue ol Iniproveineiils  for the purpose ol obtaiuinj,' n Crown lirant oi  lhe above elainiK. . ,  And further lake notice-that action, undei  section..17, must be continence:! before the issuance of such Cerlillciite 6r I mpioveiiionts.  Dated this tilth day ol August, A.ll. ,1!��0l.  115 JOHN V. K'KSr.Kli  Orange Meat  A Perfect Food  ANDREW    NEI DIG  CONTRACTOR     and    BUILDER  .'': ���  IIOUSK AND SIGN I'AINTINC:  CALCIMIN1 NG and I'A I'KK 11A N< 11 NG  FORT STEELE, B. C.  iW   All   worlv  promptily done.  SATUUDAV. SHI'T. :>,.  100-1  Building up Your Town.'  >' 'Are you helping to buildup  yoiu- town? 11' noi. why not?  Do you speak hopefully'of iii to  slningors? Do you speak favorably (if the, town's business  houses and mines? Do vou  patronize homo, institutions,  and home enterprises unci home  goods? < Dp you believe in the  capiibilitics of things and people  hero? Do you applaud the man  who is trying-to build up 'some-  thins? ,or do something for the  country's betterment? Do you  do your share'of.the public' dead  work, a certain amount of which  exists in every community?.  If you do all these things you  are assisting in the material, upbuilding of the community.  '    ,  On the other hand, if you buy  goods abroad that ought to bo  bought at home, if'you malign  men and enterprise just from  petty jealousy -or pure cussed-  uess, if you place your business  with outside agents who flatter  you a little, rather,, than with  those who maintain offices ' in  your midst, if you refuse'your  time and talents to help along-  public movements only to criticise those who do. you are not  assisting in the betterment of  things. Your ideas may differ  from others, let'the public have  the bcnolit of them, , but don't  sulk if they are not accepted.  The majority is more liable to  be right than you, so let tlie majority rule.  The man,who,sits in his chair  and snarls, snarls at tho government, at the public officials, at  business men, at proposed  undertaking, at the Board of  Trade, at tho churches, at the  Benevolent societies, at everything but himself is neither useful nor ornamental to tlie community. Uc neither helps nor  adorns the town where he lives.  Don't be a dead weight, don't be  a wet blanket, don't bo a knocker, be a positive, helpful citizen.  ���Boundary Crock Times.  grease and abattoir refuse, as  tho base of their soap, then perfume the mass with cheap arti-  licial perfume. ��� fi,���dljmds-^in  reason that the boiling can  hardly change the nature of the  coarse ingredients, and those responsible for the care of infants,  should be careful never to buy a  soap wliich is not endorsed by  universal approval. Probably  the best known soap and certainly the cheapest, considering its  quality, is Baby's Own Soap  which the Montreal Branch ol  the Council of the Women ol  Canada  recommend   in   a leaflet  th'ev  distribute   to   mothers, on |  i  the care of infants. i  Baby's Own Soap i.s pleasant  to use, tas it is not only harmless  but beneficial to the most tender  of skins, wliich it. softensjand  cleanses.  It is of interest .to^Canadian'k  to know that when the late  Queen Victoria passed through  Crasse, she was^enlertained a1  the castle 'of Mr. .A. Chiris, the  head of the linn who supply the  manufacturers with their pure  (lower perfume for Baby's Own  Soap.  To avoid skin diseases, keep  the pores open and use pure  soap and, water and remember  that, Avhatevor yoir do yourself,  you have no right to inflict' skin  trouble upon others especially  as in the case'of children, where  the use of poisonous compounds  found in inferior soaps, may  cause life long injury.  ��CaXEBE*ZXSS3  TH  .��  �� -nnnj-inn. \nr\nruvii\nsv\nnjij\nnnni\niwin  is I'unusnr.i) lovi-.itv satukiuy, and has a  UU.U; WTKICO CIRCULATION l.AHGKK THAN  ANY Orill-Ill l'Al'ICII IS KASTKOlJTIIN'AY. IT IS  AM. IHUIK IMilNTKD. AND CONTAINS UUUUI.I-:  TII I'I A MOUNT OI-' NIIWSOI'' ANY I'AI'KIt IN THK  MSTK1CT. '    ,  ^?f$  s*ir~  inju-uuT-n-nj uisuru urnru uxtltltutj u-ui/u&utKuijtj-u*  i  As   An    Advertising   Medium  Unexcelled.  O   (>  It   Is  J.   HIGHWARDEN.     ,  PIONEER   BARBER SHOP  Everything Strictly First Glass.  Next door tb tlie Prospector  JJJ    Till* I'lIOSIM'-.CTOli COVKlIS A niSTHlCT      ,     JJJ  , LAlA:\ill THAN SO.M10 K.MPIJIICS. ASD HAS A   <J1  IJJ    L.AUGI'; KOItPIIGN OIK'CL-LATION . |}|  <����� ft  '=5 "32-55-3-�� -3 -S 33-5-3^-3 -3 -2 -5 -i-ii-ii-im-ii-i^  The Paystreak' Of Ad's In This Paper Pays Prom The Grass Roots,  And Never Pinches Out, Stake One ! '   The Result Will Be To  Your Interest. '  .JOH POINTING  OP ALL FINDS NEATLY AND PROMPTLY  EXECUTED.        '   ���  H  CARLIN & DURIOK  GENERAL  Fort Steele,  B.C.  ���&r  el  Agents pok  fV MERCHANTS      ^&  A ' - , .  V   Giant Powder Co.,. Con's.  ''--I  ^  Massey Harris Co., Ltd.      fy  ^  FORT STEELE  BREWING CO./LTD.i  ^r;^.  ��  f  Have just received two  Carloads of  11.1  % FARM WAGONS, LOGGING TRUCKS 4  ''' AND DEMOCRATS. K  ... '       g-  Plows,  'Harrows,   Haying and liar vesting Tool's. I in-    jjfc  plcments of all kinds. . v  ty  Mining Supplies and Hardware.  Skin Diseases.  accountable for  irO'nble.' Many.  who    have .  'no  ��� " Skin diseases see in to be more  prevalent than ever nowadays  'and many a beau tii'ul baby is  totally disfigured n.s-well as made  miserable and 1'retful by rash  and;'eru|ifions.  ' Bad soap is  much of l.liis  tnaiiui'aoUirur.s  i-e|)uLal,ion al, stake, use common  i\lA-NA(.iK.ll W.-VNTKIJ 7  Ti-usUvorUiy lady or ^I'.iil.lomaii In  nutiia^c linsinitss in l.liis coiuili-.y, anil  iidjoiiTiiiH' l.u.ri-itoi-.v.fin- wi.-ll a.nd favorably known lionise ol' yoliil linaiKMal  sLuuiliiiy. ���*-J(i.dO sl.i-nii.vli1. casli salary  and i.'.\|ionsi.'s |iaid wu;h Monday by  cbocU diroitl, fi-oin lieadquartci-s. IO.v-  I'johhc inoiii-.y advanced. I'osit.ion per-,  mahout. Address Manager. 810 (Joiuo  lilock, Chicago, Illinois.  ^|: Dry   Goods  Boots   and   Shoes.  Hats   and   Gaps ty.  FERNIE, B.C.  MANUFACTURERS and BRKWEKS of BX^'RA   PIlN'E  BEER f PORTER  SOLD  BY THE BARREL, KEG OR   BOTTLED '  Bottled beer for family  use a specialty  Outside   Orders  GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION  4  U'    'B  General Mereliandise.  ty  B^  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  '. O. BOX 812      bt  3HONE   NO. 1       p  P.  TELEPI  ^ ty. Port   Steele   Brewing Co., JUtcl.  ^?!?T?n?!?T???H?TT?T??TT?T?n??Tr?T??!T?TS???!??!.n??n?!n???!nH??T?!K  General /HercHant AND  L/ic|vi'pr. Dealer.  r  ,  Manufacturer of all 'Kinds of Lumber,,.     A la.rgo.i.i,ssoi-l,- ~  r ment of seasoned.Liumbor find Shinglos a.hv;i.ys ' ~  r .   ''. on liand ~  r DIMENSION      LUMI3EU     A     SPECIALTY. 3  I '"������ WflSfl,- - - B G. |  KW-'A,  Bit  '&  matt ���  iwj  ^EPEATINGpEIFLEsI  No matter what^your-ideas .or prt:i'urC!H'..jr. |.-".  are about,',a ride, somii one of cij-lit dii'rc:' 7:  cut 'WinchcKtcr'-'models -vviii. surely "u:  you. Winchester Rifles are made in,.-ill ,[  calibers, styles and weights ; and which*-'i''  ever model you select, you can count on w  its being well made and finished, reliable B  in action  and. a strong, accurate shooter,  fy  FREli   Send your name and, address  tm a postal pPK  card   for   our    10A    pace   illustrated    catalogue.   ��� 9%  WINCHESTER   REPEATING   ARMS   CC.   |  NEW HAVEN. CONN. !%  MsrAVXii THE' PROSPEOTOU7-F0,r;J.T STEELE,  B. :.(.?., -.SEPTEMBER 7L.7H7M  uui/ At ��� inii.r,' i A .. ���'���>  -���*_��� nl-^V.^yy^j.��rTr��^_-rrT*.��3.  ���&0peci0}i%-  sJ\'.i,iJ-i-ti')./\\'-;.,s.i:,,i.'i,r. o, jw-i ;7  ���:-TTr7??THrfnyvryr^fT/nm'VTTTnYTnyf^TY?w::;  ti i���0OA^'T\IEW^  /O.  -i  1  Xb���other   Siiivf is, just   as   S'.i��l-   oal ^  -A'.BERTp TOILETP SOAP   CO., I^rs, MQNn^vjf  THE MASTER ��� MEGHAN C -' >f:y !    :j��  ���of , BT-t-iise. oil. ru---t, <;ic   : iXiAAXAA ABcA At ���  Pfiinnvrs, sj.ort.um-n.  l-ree sn"i!-;;'." " p'l1,l < -^ '-*  jVu'slKfO.. AlUi/^t, Tulk;t,S.���*li. (-....,,-,���"'*��� .Mwilival. -,     y  f^itUUimiiiiiiiiWiiUMAUiaiVtUmiiijAiii?  "' ''���������������i\i> iEiiy 'K.i uipxbii'i-':; Wl.ridehner^w'  ���eaiiiO;in;oVi XKili'isci'ivyfs -stage.  -  ,7  ���'���'. sAl BcjyicAvas ,o:\'jfn-f, froiii: Oram  brook .^ednoMcIa^:on.business.,   ,  ^I\\y,. l'HiUei'lpri,^N.��lsbu,wyas dee  ing,,liiisiiiess��ati t-juicde Tuqsi,;;:iiyw'  "BAYifit.  Bray< y[^vlB' "WB   b1  town'���oil���b'tisin'oss'.,'lvi,tf.,SO,vi-y-'���:       '.  7,;A. B. Penwiek   roniriiod iVbnvi  day: from fa ,iri|i ftb:PtiM'i\y .(M'eoki ,"-  AL[ Ais, i. !i-i.i!*j". . C,':iianbronU,'v,\v'as:  a Suvio viriil.i.Jif'uiiffSuuua'y' lapst.7  wNorth7 Star Lodge.  C'.  5ii'.  CAPITAL" (paid' up) - '���',' - ���$3,00Q,0Q0 ���; A:. .'���". . "i, '���'^jl  REST .ACCOUNT'-".- -?-bB 7^2,850,000 \-B>  lie es d .'''���:'0 f"f i e ewTbron t,o;.  . i��al ���������..":'������-  fe ��� ���'  || ��� ,T::R.. ���iS!RRt^rlrfl7J:'ri-;si'ni-h|f; l^iiyttiLiviK  3] '.- .'���-:���;.������:,....    ,���'.,    -������.������v';|,;':vu\';;''i:';i;ni\-Vi-fN.--TVliiyi.l^j Tlajiif  ,;i2. 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'=  -���.-A:.':      .���-'"��� :';���'��� '-!p''  Profess i ori;a'l7  ^PPi.OBP  BAiiHARVEY, McCARTER ;& 7DUNBAR  'xy[yyy=B\tifUSTERsBHpi.SOU  y[ i ;:7:(w;^CRAJSBUO(iK;.p A- yABBr' iiyfy  B..'xiX ���:-��� .:fff"'fi.:i7.f7.:',r'7.'.'.fi-'7p'7;7f''!7'7.' ..��� xyx's 'Sisyyi:  yyi.iB.Bi$X  ABANqtciXrBiBBUcit^  A AAA's Collo(:tinV)P::or'f:ac(-foniii,rif-7'.iLf.t.ofiicfi:tl7";t:6;-'  w w i\a at i t i 11 yr ��� ;b^^^  1; . p. withdis|).iluli     (jiii-puspotidciigi:' solicit-:  X^f'w-d. '.��� iB"s"i]"::Aili"ii'" i'i"  'BA    (i. \V. I'\ c;A I TTKKv '|i'.vi-tsSt.colu.p:B.e.  xiiii  T 11 OM. AS7 Mb^ilTTIE    ,  '���;'!-, '     F> . L i'S .,',.;<�� i'-C:BlB...A  x.B l(1ori; Steele B.C.���;[[  7   ���;,  ,1, ������. ��� ��� - ,   ���   .--. -..,.'������,-.     ,. -.  7    i-'oiii S111 i.ii.;Dkvki.6i*ment'Stni>.ioate i;-n  1   ,- I )K r.uiilciiliall Street. Loiuloii. KiiglaiKlf.    ,  >.WN. A. WALLINGER,      7 FORT'STEELE,  POST OPPtCIff"11OX8.. '  .   f."'g.'-ppGum.mings;^-:  ..-':     *-'.",. .0-,..'        .'-.'.   -p ������ p  iyiy CIVIL/ENGINEER,,. ������"'���'-' f-  "   Provincia 1    Land   Surveyor  '���.'������' PORT  STEELE, B.C.;  .'"V"    - geary ���''������&.: boy le, [i  ;.S e ptft i'ii ber 'At b ���;���  ;��t;.i)i\'-;<:',rW'atif''s ,'?-'iW\v7" .olnc'ef'"'! ,(  liiiisbbdwind ,ois-ojic ot;tH(>,;mp>; 1  c,priri'bi"t;a.b,le : ''otiiues: ,:(iipw; ^Pqj-t  ���S,teolk7vl'7;'f':;::fw--^::;:'':7r:-';;''T^:^  pBi-o iig'b t ;1 vbirfoiAxiXysA  AMiAiHioB^AAB^yAAAB^^AXcle:.  ;V'cl6pi'n#^a'^  creek foi''iih'o'-..past rv)onvtei;,ot,urn-  ;pd to Steele^phuivsday;;;7~77 7.7:'^-;  -...','"Willi iii in Bang ley7 lias fgoiiepff^top  tibe 7'Flatb'eacl country on busi-  ndssf edii n'eci ed wi th ..bis coal; ,Jd-.  callons initial- vicinily.77���'..-,     ,7 " :  ":''"pPho'. open -iscason7 Cor ducks.  gee.s,e,,cbiek'en, and. lot'. niost  'kintls ''61' large game - cointn'enced  oh pT.biri.'sd'ay. 7 w, 7      --;.'"fsfB'  Liveru,'Feed & Sale Stable, -f  '���;'   .Port Ste<Sle7��p5.G    ���������'."   .7  licgulai"-'.Daily  Stage  meets  ail������'. ,  n-aiiis.at jTort Steele Junction.  :SADDLE & PACK.;HO.R3ES  ^Tbe:^  ���-���  - ������������������������������     A-x'ssx ���;.,,< ���,,���.���:���..���...���;= . ������  ,'���  . ��� ,; ���   :.:���.  . Ef 's y ���������; ;ii]t|., NO 1 A.U Y ���.."!.' liJ:.i,i-.l .<-.;,.     0-;..;!s.  ,no\V;,i,nfftu!Iblasi,;'a:nd: .tha!iy";.are ���?::y..yiy.:4.yyy.;:xy.y>y��yy;yy.^  'ihe'ff.'iv;aMi^*^hTil7/:of'.,:'f'b^-;N  ww.wpnw.ww-iw:�����By ,-,'Vw ���-���>-b: ---..-.A--i th'anbi'Ook.=::Ji.L/.-:.:*.,,; .w,. w���,.,..,,<  .yi'Mr. and Mrs..Harry Herchmet-  Mi's. D, Bohiiell ,ij.ii(TMr��.i Axil.  Wilson'! were -guests at. the,To.i-!  periailTuesday:  ���.'.���'"������   ,;  The: manager 7,of the "water-  ���\vprks,' wits bys'y-:..ptf;' Wednesday  repairing'' a .break, fin the; liiain  pipe, - oil .Ri'ver.side .-Avenue.::,,:" lf X,  -'..''.'rhe'fp-.eoiid'i'.tiotj-s.'- iiv -respect to  forest iires . were greatly -im-f.  proved tliis week. ..7The ��� Wild  Horse conflagration is a thing oii  ifheipast.������ 7  ���-, : "'x "   ���-." - .  '"���'George ���.Scott, who has been  looking over, i'ih-' mines .in the  Windermoi-.e country for. the past  ��� inojith. retfunied to Steele/on  Mondavf0     '   .'' ;:���������'���   ."������'���;''  .;,       - S -P   '..-������:-���-.----      .      - c.  Second AniitialExhibition.ot-the  Nelson   A^ricuiturai   and ,  ,    Industrial 'Association/  ty':B::CiQ':&���;('  mm:  B ET, KfE; I T;H-Epf7:Otj b^FRU'l^rARA'lfS,';;,,^  ^w''';-^"'.::^.:''."-vf-: 7 <:if:."7 ^^TViS^~;i5r<a:rYff;f^.^^Iji;V:^7:^-7;7"';.'i",-77-:7-7^:f'77 .f-^^^"  r7R7$n  Al  "X��.  ���"*-  iiOis  7 New Buildings  7�� Fine .Grounds  -:   w :    ;:  '..,Axy Big Premium List 7:,y:. ;  NOVEL  OPE^I   ASR   ATlRSOfiO^S  'ii fWrite for-l-'-i-izief-LiHtff    " " ..'���������'-,'."  J,;e. ANNABLE, Sec.; Nelson, B.C.  TEAMING Ol--ALL KTNDS A Sl^KCI^li.-I^.!       The     lIMUiy.   .I'l-'IOlKl.?"    Of       Ml'..  ;---f - ���:��� -"���^-iroissir-^���"T--.ft. .>m*fk,; jt ^a.wui -b  ' Taki- nouee that .'hirt v diiv- Abs \W B B ^ ^ *>[>-��� i, B^B  ,.,,-, i ,.- ,��� ��� ; ��� .',' ��� ,.'. ���: . :.s -eriously sick-. u'-iili .fyplioni  date  J   inU.-nd   to  sijipl-y   To ,ih.r   t ni".                  ,,   ,.-,,.',,,���' ' ���������       ''  i, ��� . ������'.".           ,,   ' V '���������'i-u- A       . wi.'vcr ai-.\\ ardiiur. ,  Cominirtsiimet.-nl l.amis ,-u;d    V\ m-ic-   a. y , _.,. ^  Virtoiuii for a li.x-ns.i' To iiro.),^ /,..���'|. _ji^f "wi.TlV-" who was pros'-  ,-oal atHi'peti-oleum.o.r.ThiWinlo^in, . -^ yy ;U .^^ ^^ .,������,. <,U|(.1  deseribed Labels, . sitimto on Ai^utyA^ ^^ suri)1.^(,d illlilS(,li  river in Southeast Koot��nayw i i;,1(;" i.iori. in-  l.v   BAAiiii U |) bi-  'Commencing at  a   post   phuir.-.i   'f'';,-0|.,, 1,,���,'.;, UTast.  '     " "      A       :  . lihaihs-west.of th(-i'u<.)i-tbwesL:i:'oi-tie!-   (���: ;  -  ;   John I^in'BcoalanJpeti;oleumli,-.���,^.':i ^ nu rn bor of''('rii.ii'brook sporh,  and on. the eaat..-rifle   ol KloeK No. 4o^. , ' (id ,]irouOii    St.eek:    VVo.llios-,  then.-eeast.4i) ehains more for. le-, to | j;iy fijJj Uki1|. w. . ,'jnVa'sa- ii-iii'l  wuhi houn.ia.-y 01 John' Kwui , coal alai J Rnl|1 ,r)flrs-   j,^,,,     A ,pU(,y    0|���,(|,,(i  petroleum    license,    the.u-e     soutli  ' "^ i ,hf/ siVoolitl- SOII.KOM Oil '1'I Mir^il IS  .c.hniiiH,'theiiee west.-J'.''-li.-iiii^'.inore. or |-          jj(il, I  lusrt Ui the- i:a.st'li'i)im.iiary'<if liloi:): -I.ffSS. ��� ^    ,    tlu-ni-ii ix'n-ih ���ll.,-.l)iiins io nlai-i-' oi '���"��� j.'.'p,.|iv |-io(.:icc wi'ii't, lo Quarlz  <r inn i i..-i-(.i'k. WetliWlaA-.'     I le vvi 11 I hi nl  'Maud l-A-ans. l.Oi-aioi-        | :',.,'ifl  ' I ra p:  in   't.liiit. .���in.-i-;li borl io(i(l  .l.-T. hiiidhni. .\-'..-iii.    i  j,,,.;',,^ ,|1(. i-iin,;,,^ ^viiil.or.  ���  |).-il.i,-<l Alio-, -ll.li,  l'.MM. , ,       I ���"     ���      ' ���    _ _  CiniiiiieiK-.in^  al    ^   B'   planle-l. a.!- j _ . |.>,. v . ' \\'.    '['. . J (,11 nsi ul i    was a I  " '     '   ''     Ward nor ,  .lliK   wcolv.   a! n-iidin;.'  Mr. '17   IJlaki'iiy v. Iiu is seriously  joining    tin-    norllii-ii.-J   .-orn.-r   of   t-f.  llarvey'fs coal   and    pel roleum . lic-n.-. .  thence  tfonlli   SO  rha'in.-   to   l ho noi-i h-  u-esi. coi-ni-r of Kinni:i 1 larvey'V co.-i I an-l ;  |ii.-.|.roli-iiin      lici-iiso.      I lu'iici-  ��� ca-l     -���.-. i  c.liaiiiM, I hence ikii-I-Ii SO  eh a hty I ln-nc- I  u-ost   Sll   chains   in   place  of lii'^'itiiiiii...; ���  <-<>n 1 lliniiio- ('..III iien-s iiinn- or h-.-s. ���  Violet   Kvnitf..  Locator i  .1. '!'.  I.aidl-i'w.  Alm-ii!  Dated Aii.u'.'ir.i.h. i'.n.'l   '  ��� ' .''.;"i  ill with ly phoid fi.yor.  'wanted immediately agents,  ���'<������.,'J?��.i'- ".'sell "' Fruit' trec.s., -1 Uu-ptieri-y.  tjoosv-bei't-y 'mid Currant, Bii.-die'.s. Sxtr.  (flood pay. weekly,? On tli t free. , ri.'.liere  is.biiT ..u'ioiiey in this fworlc for trustworthy men. . ,.   -,. ��� -'���  ..  ���'     "'. ���   pv.i-:k'ouo. aciiios.   . .'������.���' .  ... -Wo havo'.'under eultivation'. oyer (iOO  ac.ri's of Ninvei-y Stock --iiiirhitliu"- the  elioiei.'St-iind best varieties for Orchard  und (hinieiif plan I iny. We will deliver  uuods to eusioiners in guod- ecinililiou..  ireijiTit paid: (.)ur agents lia\'e ev(;r,y  a<lvaiitii��_'e.tliiii 1.11ir�� line Of iiiisiness can  .<>I'i't.-i: t.h'i-ni.    Apply now for terms: jg  l-'lvLUAM. ..\'|,:itsi-:i'tY.--(.:QMI.f,A^^'.'   -\%  mhBi'imi If^iMikmiftmh, -Kpti #7^  i4^;:i^J'iiit-!,;L^ltoi^  \\iai li 'tiBMei % lip ^: ��� 7'Q ^t- &" ��� '& : ^ ��� t-t ^  I.   .: ,....,::.. Ct. -.'-..,..'��� .,, .   '-      ��� .-.;... .   ....     R   :.      "     W-:... ���        .-  yimXBi  sBX:iiUSING;w'fp f ':;|ii:;i:'^^7:^;:7'  . 'iWi lib-. Large Displays lit all iDephiinients.   ������;'. A h,i   ,,:.: ���''.., a " ;.-.x "j  '' Ai-i."yx '."[$20DQ[ 6n'e|:e.tl7rdr'iRi-u,i't;.and Fntit Exhibits..     7[:��� "iyfl  Ay iyf'f i. A'".: f '    fjyfore'than ��8(),600 ,iii pPromturnsfibiifl'Prixes.  ��,  ���'Five'-br More Exciting "Races Each-.Day. '  #12.000,in Burses. '!  '���������������,������'��� ���yyA. 'V':-:'7--p fy '��� yf-   y   -['"A' :'.,,- -. ������������-- ;���,-'> ";.-: [ :f '[[': : ��� -Ay,    |  DbwniTowMi.Cajrniv'abEach. Night;  'i,f:'.'.;  i "yyy.A    ''   [   i -,,. j  ii":, Fifth Regiment 'British 'Artillery- Baud, x-'fi ���[ f     :'' . i'' .|  y-    ." FreeHigh p'Class.yaudeville Attractions Daily..;:,    if  A, ���: ''Fine iVlineraii Display. 'Dog S.howV Art Exhibi^fEtc'  ���77,;.''"-,       ' '���������.���.���:'".. ��� ���    ���-,-----..'    "��� .- ��� r -y-'  ���'.'���--��� .-, .-.-." . y'.-' :.,,..���.- iy ���_,  Remen:iber--Low^Raies .&���> Specials Excursions bn-all Railrbacls.  7 Concossioii Priv-lk-iics ifoii- Sulci   ' X '...       Wi-Ue forrl'remkiiirhipt iniilf Kiu-c t��� i-oj^Viiniv  :-'7:;w:.  -: ���':,      f'-     KOn-t.-HeOOSGROVK/SecroliiVy Hint Jilanngor.   ,; -7' ���:. ������ -"  ��    .v .... ;   .-:���".'        "''���'.,'-' ''-',.,.,".'-,' .' Z  5AZi'S-L- CELEBRSTE-  Septet^bei^ S, 190^  orOnto; Ontario. !��  i  M 000  J-'.')  1\  .\'-  D  j.  3:  -i  B:  IkJ'  'N.I-;. Will make a'i-i;aii��v.nieiil.s- foi-  local ayeney'iir for tlie handling, of ex-  i-liihive ti.'1-ril.orie.s. I'.N.Oo..      .  WANTED  A flf.oeal Salesniiin ior Fort, Steele  und Surroiiiiding' Country to Ktipre-  neiit    ' - '..,,!.. '      ,  ������Canadas Greatest  Nurseries'  Ni-wi-.-u vitri.ci ii-r-. and specia.ll ies in  I lardy. Frnil,-.. Small Kruils. SIii-iiIik.  ' irii.'iiii.-nials. and 1 Insi-,-,.' A pi-rmaiic.nl  ilu a I ion. -iiiiil'I'-rritOry.'re.-.orvi'd for I bo  i-ir. iit hi.in. I '-'0 �����ecil;-ly. '! latidsoim-  ��� ml.Iii. I'i-i-i-. Writ.; linr pail iculin^p, anil  -i-nil' -A c-'iiN Im- our |Hn.-l-:el microsc'opi ���  ;|ii-.| -l In- I ln'ne to ii-p^i- iii i-xaminin:..  i roi-..'. and  plant-, for iii-.-cl s.  . S'i'i )>f7f   ,V    IVKi.LIXliT! )N  l-'ont hill   Nurj-i-rics  ,il -vcr P-OII .-H-top-i)  |'( ll.'oN'I'd - - ONTAIIK).  TH|E    GREATEST; CELEBR^TiOM    EVER      |  MELD   \H   THE-'.Di'ST^CT.!  Tie nutking, Log Sa.\viiig, Log Ciittin'g, Rock -Drilling,  t - Loadirm' '('oiitesf, Indian , Pony i ��� and Foot Races,  (ii '   Caledonittn.&iyoi'is:      "���.'..        , 7      ,  $    Remember the Day and Watch 'for Lar^e Ri'lls with Program! |   -H...m������nm-  ''��� '       ". ������.���%.     !��'Ii7m/|WB -////fj'-'ililiittv. ��� '  ......_ y.B.x..    . x . ��� .. ���. x,,..., ...-      ���   . ifJialiiiL >MJi?L-g^^@g^vgA-  TO  ���'    SEAfTTLE,   TACOIVlA  ������-���: ���������_ . ��� -:-i    .'-'And'-'aLl'' fi[   -  i,Pacn,ic-7;0oivsl;f: "Points ���  ii-BSktiiy 0HtpA&6;.; new;;yor^  fPalace aiid Tourist 7  .Sleepers.- Bn'ffefit  A' : Library Cars, IVIodam y'y  x , -.-. ;,-��� . -a j Day Coaolios. Asxbx A- s. '-'  ���o ' -ff      '.:'.. ,7'71>ininfg\ Cars,-' f.f7 ��� iif, ,f.,7  riis ', :.- . MEALS . A ilA  .CARTE.'..;'...'.' ..  ��� Best   Meais   on; Wheels   ,  '��->���'���������'     -    i-'AS-rf TRAINS f , ' f .   PO ,."::  7^'   l.'.AS'l' f'ANO.VVI-lS'l' IfiAIIA'ifi ,  SPECIAL1 EXCURSION'  RATES  t . ������ ,,,'���-.,   *        ���:���'������ w. '' >   w  To World's Fair, Si '-....Louis';  ������'���'.'���      YOUR CHOICE OF ROUTE.    '  ���    Kur7 full ��� p:lrficnh'i.i's.   rates,    folders,  oie.., call oh orc aildre.Si-7 ' ' ���      ���  .  ��� '.'" 7s. (.;,' yioi.tivt;^, oAv.i'i'A..'  :..... . Seitttie. Wash.-'  ,11. liKANDT.c.i'. &-T.A.. Spokane7  Ailii,  **+  Steele  iWR&? Meat Market  >:.':\ At ���     - ��� ���    ���      w. "  T. ROBERTS.  Proprietor.  Fresh and  Sail Meats  Always On  I land..,  'Your ai.t'e.iiLioii is called to i,he-  '���l.-'ioneer. Limited" trains of the "Milwaukee .V Si, Pitnl I tailway." '"I.'he only  perfee.1, trains in the world."  You will Iiiid iI, desirable to i-idi; on.  those trains wlien ;;'oiiii;- to any poi iil, in  1 he I'fastern bla.tes or Canada, ,'l'hey  connect, with all Transcoii! inental  Trains and all Ticket Agents sell  tickets.-. ,.-.���.������  |.'or fiirlher ih rorinal.ion, pa.inphlei.s,.  efc,,ask any 'I'icket  A ac 111 or  1;. 'i7,.';Kor:i,i, i.i. s. i-tow'K,  I'ass.  Airenl, (.'eneral A jjent,  SI'()KAfNI':. I'O I IT LAND

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