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 s.njTriJiiuii-irinjTruTruTriruxnruTru-i'.-  5        MINKKAI.   I'KOIHJI'TION   Ol''       H  KA.ST  ICOOTKNAV   l>l VISION  ,;, IN    I'.NH      $2,850,289   .  C  �����uinlnjinpWrLiinruiJifnjinjj>i!njuuiJ^  ��� -���/TJrinjim'T.'Tnj^'Tjp^njT^yjj-u-u^  .mi.\'ii:\l  pi.-oiinc'i'ioN op     ,5  lii.'ITI.-ll   (;of.U.Mi;j.\   in"  iwn      l5  520,713,501 ,2  '     -.-.._. ,'0  i-nJT-n_ru-u-LruLTLrLru ���Lnj-LruuijTj-uijxf��  Vo7. S\  BORT STBBLB, 13 AC,  SATURDAY, SBBTBM BBR G, IGO.2.  No  ��6'.  oi  New Advertisements To-day.  Morrid-iey Towiisiiu < \>. ��� - T'jihi-  Sjiokane liitei'-iuic Ifnii-. v  A mold .Medici in-Co .'...'''       '���  ��� Nntii'f���If. Cameron....'..     .   '  "  Alpine ('iiiiii'i'ciii....  ������ ,    ' Siiiiuit'l (iriinli  II.    ( 'illllci'lili..' -.'.  PolBOllllI.  D. Brown, Michel, was in (own  Moiulay. i  M.  A.'   Beale,   Moyie,   was rin  town Wednesday.  H. 0. Jennings rolurnrd   from  Kiiuboi'-lev Wednesday.  F. 11 .'Col loft roi ii mod   Thiirs-  day from Blairmor*'        ��� .."  .  A. R. Fonwiokoatiio   up 'from  (lie Kaheh Thursday.  J.'   McAy'oy,    l<Vrnie.  town Tuesday.  was  in  burg slates (lie Czarina has  given preinalure birth ton child.  Her condition is not serious  Censorship prevents any announcement being made.  Tlie llritish press are anxiously awaiting Ma I four's announcement regarding lhe Morgan  shipping combine.  Germany i.s discriminating  against Oanadii by placing a retaliatory duty of I.Vper cent on  Canadian wheal. l"  The cusloms revenue of dlie  Dominion for lhe month of August, was ^:;,.'ii'li,-l."id ��in, increase of  !��'��L'0,ti7ii over lhe same dime last  yea r.  H.00SEVELT    HAS  NARROW  ESCAPE.  Mr.   and   Mrs.   K.   .1.  visited Pernio Thursdav.  lligbyo  fiovornmoiiti Agent. Armst rong'  went, to Pernio Thursdav.  O.   J.   Johnson,   Moyie. was a  visitor at, Steele Monday.  -��� Claude Mansfield was in   town  Monday.  ,   W. Hill,   Cranbrook.  the Imperial Thursday.  was   at  II.    S.  .Dowsing,   Cranhrook,  was-in town-Friday.  ' Railway Notes.  Tlio Crow's Nest, Southern  Iiu i I way. extending- from Mor-  rissey to t.he inlernalional  boundary, will rbe ��� o|)eued for  t rii Die between September I ami  la.  The supply of coal and coke  from the Feriiio coal mines is increasing rapidly. Tlie.smelters  of West Kootenay are receiving  an abundance daily, shipping via  the Crow's Nest railway.  ROARING   KING   GROUP.  Sold  W. R.   Williams. Phoenix, was  visiting friends at. Steele'Friday.  A.-Doyle   relurned   from   Cai-,  gary Friday.' "���  . Win.   Carlin   has gone lo Col-  den on business.  .The cool weut.her of the last  few days has caused many 'campers lo roi urn home,  ��� A. li. Fenwick will commence  threshing Monday, lie has a  large crop of wheal and oats.  .1. ll. Killeon, provincial in-  specto'i:of roads,arrived at Sleele  Friday. ���  W. II. MoParlano, Spokane,  who is interested in'mines at  Tracy Creek, returned to Sleele  'Friday.  A Property of Much 'Promise  "   to Eastern Parties.  John Swenson and II. "W. Ross  have purchased from A. \Y.  Bleasdell, John Grassiek ���ancl  John McDonald a three-fifth interest iu the Roaring King group  of claims, situated at the head of  [Toll Roaring crook. They' also  have an option upon the interests' of Dan Monroe and ITank  131 lor. '��� ������    '  ��� jThis is Iho property for'whioh  ��00(i was paid into the"govern-  uient'oft'ico in lieu of'nsso'ssinonf,  work. , ',  This is a properly of which  bul little is beard of. but, it is reported that- il, has some exceeding rich ore. IJ. VV. Koss. D.  Munroe and, 0. J. Johnson went  to the property last Tuesday lo  make arrangements for. surveying llie claims.  C. FI. Minor and K.   Chapman  were in iowii Sunday.  Government Agent Armstrong  returned Wednesday from a  business trip to Nelson.  Mrs. John .lensenius visited  the St. Kugono.Hospital Thursdav. -������>  Win. Carlin and Al Doyle lefl  for Calgary Sunday. They will  take in the big exposition.  East Kootenay Stock.  Anki-d.      Kill.  George Watson and Tom Rao  returned Sunday from a ten days  prospecting trip on I'.nil river.  Miss Magee, Miss F. Magee,  Miss Wellman. J. McSwevoy, A.  li. Me.Dermotl nnd N. Chaput,  Cranbrook-, were regislerod at  the fmperial Sunday.  .1. A. llar.voy. J.   T.   Laidlaw,  Fr.;d Lucas. F. A. Lucas and A.  Yi. Grace were duck  hunting   at  ' Bummers Flat Monday.   Several  brace of ducks were, lei I led.  (Ji'OwV Ni^t < 'o;il     i             t>:i-"'i  .0(1  Norlli Star                    I!)'  l~i  Sullivan.                             tii  ���~>l  St. Kngciii'              . .                -Ill  -III  Silver-lead Quotations  New York. Scpl. "i:   '  liar .Silver                    ...  :>2i  Mexican (lolliii-.s   .               ...  -Uf  1.1'iiil                                  1  .121  t'o|>|)��r              >ll  .20  London. S(.'|il.'.*).    Silver.   2-1   1  -Sil:  co])|i('i' C."il IT.-, lid:  lead, tlo IS-, ;M.  D. .1. Flmor. Moyie. and II.  Haggarl.y, Kimberley, were in  town Friday.  "News Notes.  The Co'iir d'Aleno mine owners iu conference; passed resolutions not to ship their lead ores  to the smelting trust.  ft lias been'���'learned that lOlio  persons were killed and laOO injured chiringHk; lasl eruption of  Mount Peloe.  Merger people figure i.haf   the  Market Conditions.  Al Fernie thegradual resumption of coal mining is  encouraging.  The transportation problem  in Southeast Koolenay is unsatisfactory.  Trade, conditions remain practically unchanged.  Copper has llucluated lillle  from the ((notations of l;ist weolc  Hi cents.  Price of lead remains unchanged.  w.vi.i,ii: MINK.  The Taenbaiiser Bros, have  completed the annu 11 assessment  work on.,the Wallie mineral  claim, wliich is 'siliia.t(id in the  main range of the Rockies, four  miles froin'Steele. The. ore, is  copper .'carrying gold  and   silver  values.  A-  .' Among' the Craft.  The regular monthly  neeling  couU'ome     will      bo      Unit;     tlie,,of North Star Lodge,   A.F. it A.  .status of. tlio railway merger can   M,, was held at Masonic Temple  ,nof  be ���declared, "illegal.     Oppo- j Tuesday .evening last.  ���sit.ionwill   ask   for 'ii. dismissal       An   emergent .convocation   df  without a decision.  A dispatch from  St.  Peters-  Rocky Mountain Chapter,    lv.A.  M., will be held September 10th.  The   President   Mixed    Up   With    a  Collision   Which Kills   Wis  Body Guard. n  Pittslield, Mass., Sept. :!.���  President Roosevelt, on this last  day of his tour of New Rug-land,  narrowly escaped death or  serious injury in an accident  near this city in which one of his  body guard, a secret service  agent William     Craig,     was  killed outright, and I). J.   Pratt,  r II ��� '  the driver of lhe coach occupied  by president Roosevelt, governor Crane, secretary Corloyou  and'Mr Craig, sustained a .fractured skull, which it ' is feared  will result fatally., Tlie coach,  which was a regular tally-ho  vehicle, was struck by' an electric car on tho. Pittslield &. Lenox  Street railway, at about' !>:.\!0  o'clock ihis forenoon.  -The  accident   happened   at  a  point about,  a  mile  and  a half  from this city, near lhe Pittslield  country  club  house,   while   the  president, and his party, were enjoying    a'    coaching   trip   from  Dal ton, governor  Crane's home,  whore   the  president spent   the  night,   lo   Lenox,   a   distance of  about1 ^'0  miles  over   the"Boric-  shire   hills.      The   oar   was   in  charge of conductor James, Kelly  with motei-man Luke J.  Madden  on the front platform. ,  Tho  car  struck tho coach in the rear and  smashed   in   the   back   of   'lhe  vehicle,   tipping   i'. - over    and  throwing  its   occupants   lo   tlie,  ground.    The car was not badly  damaged:      Motorman    Madden  and   conductor    Kelly    were   at  once  arrested   and" brought vii,  Pittslield.      Pratt, the   driver of  lhe coachralso was brought here  and placed in ,tbo Pittslield   hospital.     Tho/'prosidenl.   who   in  falling from the coach, sustained  only  slight   bruises   and   a   \'ew  scratches, and, secretary Ceorge  IJ. Corlelyou. who suffered   in   a  manner similar to the -president,  with the exception  that  he  was  cut on the head, with   the  other  members   of   the   party   went to  t.he country club nearby,   where  their wounds were dressed.  In a short tiiiH^flfcy^proceeded to the Curtis hotel at   Lenox,  arriying    there   at    1!    o'clock.  The president's   programme   today included a journey from this  staje through   Connecticut!   and  he   was  to  stop, at   Lenox   and  Slockbridge, and Croat Barring-  ton,   in  ^Massachusetts,   ;md ,at  New Mil ford and   Bridgeport   in  Connecticut.    At Bridgeport (he  yacht  Sylph   was   to  meet   him  and lake him back to Oyster Ray  Tho accident, however, caused a  change in the intermediate slops  fromi Lenox   to  Uridgeporl, the  president   proceeding    directly  there and al. once embarking  on  the  Sylph   for   Oyster  Bay.    A  witness  ol   the  accident   stated  that lhe .notorman was speeding  his car in order to reach the club  The  president,   governor Crane  and   secretary   Cortelyou   were  piled in a heap    Tho awe stricken crowd,   which   witnessed   the  accident,   rushed   to   the   presi-  iIohI'm carriage, bul with   no  expectation that he would be found  alive.    The president was cut on  Ihe right -dde of his chin and his  face   was   swollen'.'      lie   is also  sull'ering   from    severe   bruises;  The president retained his-'complete' composure,  .although    lie  was7, solicitous   for   the   rest   of  those in the .carriage.      The  excitement, was intense and rumors  Hew'thick* and .fast that the pros-,  ideu.t had been killed.     After remaining at the scene-for an hour  lhe president delorini.ned to continue.his journey to Slockbridge  where his train \va.x laying ,on   a  ���^MBBbUSBWIAoaUl  short lv after 11 o'clock, but sent  a   courier   ahead requesting   the  people to refrain from cheering.  After  a   bi-iej'  Mop here he wa.s  driven    to   the    train        In    lhe  carriage    next    the     president's  whr-oi the accident happened wa.s  l)r.^  (I.   A.   Lung,   of  tho navy,  who accompanied Iho   parly   for  just   such   emergencies  as  this,  and who was promptly on   hand  to render assistance to the president.      Uut    the   president   was  disinclined to receive'medical attention,    sa.ying    he     was     but  slightly hurl.  q.ruTj-Lnru^riTij-Tj-ij-inriJ*UT^^  ^J Lale TelecrraDhlc News i  NORTH STAR MINE.  Daily   Shipments   oi' 40 Tons.     Exploration Mado With Diamond  '    '     Drill. i  ��� ���       , ,  S|)('ci:il lo'l'lli: I'KHSI'KCTOU. ,   I  Kimberley, Sept. -I.���Probably  no mine am Southeast Koolenay  is ai tract ing more attention at  present than the North Star.  Regular daily shipments oi' 10  tons are being made. Some 8f>  men are employed at tho mine  engaged in taking 'out ore'and  development work.  The situation at the mine is  constantly improving under the  management of Mr. Parker, and  at no time in the history ,of the  mine were the prospects bettor  lhan at present.' .Exploitation  will'r the diamond drill has  shown up new ore bodies, and  the existence of those may be considered well proven by drifting  and cross cutting.  Paul Hand ley has received a  contract Cor 1000 cords of wood  to'-'bo delivered at the mine iji-,  sick--iifAH)"'days. '   i   ��  dilriJTJxiu^jlnJLnJTJTi uiirtnJTjTKttxruTjruti  S|)iTiiil id Tin: J'jirici'ECMiH,  HOW IK   AC.W.V   IN   ArifMTOKH'.M.  Chicago,    IU.,    Sept.    (!.��� Dr.  John Alexander   Dowie   will   resume his attack* on. Chicago   sin  in   t.he   .Auditorium   theatre   lo-  morrow.     "When   iie removed to  Zion City last .Spring it  was  believed lhal   his   regular   Sunday  ''rampages"   hi  lhe   Auditorium  had become a thing of the   past,  but evidently lhe   money   llowed  more freely into-his colfers from  the Chicago audiences thai packed   Ihe   big hall than is the case  at Zion City.    However this,may  bo,   the  last   issue  of Loaves of  Healing contains the formal   announcement that   ������ Mlijah II." is  to  return   lo   the   scene   of his  former trials and the   overseers,  evangelists,   deacons,    members  of the seventies, and  in   fact  all  members of the Christian Catholic Church in Zion  are   expected  to   turn   out  in   force lo bid him  welcome.  i-:x-  Starbird-Louis. 'a  Mr. 'Thos. Starbird, manager  of the McDonald ("reek* Mines,  returned from Dakota on' hYiday  and much lo the surprise' of his  many friends brought with him  a bride���Miss Elsie Louis.- Mrs.  Starbird is well known throughout this district, as it is, only a  few months since she lefi hero  wilh her father and mother, and  she is a niece of Mrs. S. IJrewer.  On 1 heir arrival in Wilmor the  happy young couple drove  direcrlyjto their future home at  Blowfly. Tiik Ottckop joins  the' many friends of Mr. and  Mrs. Starbird in wishing them  long life and much happiness.���  Outcrop.  PLACER    DISCOVERY.  siding.  Three   Miles of Ground   Located   on  .    Fish Creek that will Average  Five Cents to the Pan.  , Placer gold has been discovered on Fish creek, a tributary of  Liitle Bull river. About throe  miles'has been localed during  tho past weolc.  That   gold   ex isi .s  in   the beds  of many of the rivers  of  South-  oasl   Koolenay.   in   considerable  quantities has been  conclusively  proved.      The  latest   discovery  made   in   the  district   is that of  Messrs. Violet. Do re. .Armstrong  iind   others,     on     Fish     creek,  twelve miles south of Fort Steele  The  extent   of   the   deposit   has  not been  determined,   but   prospecting at the   present   time   indicates   (hat   Ihere   are   several  miles of rich gold bearing gravel  that will average from   three   to  live cents to the pah.'  is  'reported   that   Spokane  I;  parties have made :i..proposal to  the discoverers, and' owners.; to  put in a dredging plant. ;i,ud Work  fhe ground for a sixth interest.'  Mr: Violet, who is in Spoka.ne,  is expected to return, to' Steele  next "Week accompanied, by  several mining men who will'examine the ground in the interest  INTRIt.NWTIOXAI.      PISIIKIJV  1111? I'l''.    ��� Q  Vicuna. Sept. 0.���The International Fishery' Exhibition,  which opened' today in connection with the eighth Austrian  Fishery Congress, is one'of the  largest aud most comprehensive  exhibitions of fhe kind ever held  in' Europe.' -Tho various displays include fresh and salt  water fish and water animals,  breeding apparatus' and pearl  fishery,    natural   and   .artificial  J' i. v  foods, literature and history,  manufacturers fiom ii'sli malcr-  ials and illustrations of the'various methods of cooking and pre;  g> i  paring fish food for the table.  The exhibition will conliniie  three weeks.  NI*\V,  HKAI")   OK   AK'.MV   SlIKi i Ki )X��  O I  Washington. D. C, Sept. <i.���  The new surgeon-general of lhe  United Stales army is' Colonel  lioberl Mail land O'Reilly, who  succeeds to lhe honor tomorrow  on 'the retirement of Cenoral  Forwood for age. Colonel  O'Reilly was selected by the  President for the important position ol chief medical oflicer because of his high standing iu his  profession and his popularity  among ihe ollicor.-i iind men.  MIXNKAI'OUfi   MAVOK   OI'T.  Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. (>.,���  A. A. Ames is no longer mayor  of Minneapolis, his resignation  recently tendered and accepted  having become effective today.  This is the climax of the police  corruption scandals which have  agitated'the city and occupied  the Grand Jury and the courts  for two months. The ex-mayor  is in failing hcal'li and il is  doubtful if he. ever returns lo  Minneapolis unless forced io do  so by the<cour1s.  ordki;'s sii.vi;k .irmi.Ki-:.  New-Vorlc, Sept. li.���In every  part of the country where there  is a branch of the Knights and  Ladies of Honor ihere wil! be a  celebralion today and tomorrow  of Ihe silver jubilee of the order.  In ihis city lhe |-.'.')i)ii members  of iho order are holding a jubilation at IJhner I'ark. and in  Chicago, 'Boston,' St. Louis a.,nd  other cities 'similar, celebrations  are in progress.  T'lOC.ai.VOI.OpiSTN" CON VK.NTION;.  .Philadelphia; Pa., Sept. (>.���  Members of the National'Asspoi,  iition of Genuan- American,Technologists are gathering in Philadelphia''��� for ���   their, eighteenth  visitor^and tomorrow they will  go lo Atlantic' City. Business  sessions of the convention will  be held during the first three  days of the coming week. ,  ixniAXAPous nKMficr.ATS.''  Indianapolis. Ind., Sept. fi.���  The Democratic congressional  con vein ion of the Seventh dis  U'ict is in session this afternoon  in Masonic Hall, The names of  I hose principally heard in conned ion with the nomination are  Albert Sahin.iL. P. Harlan and  William V.  Hooker.  o  CANADA'S   WIIKAT  ('ROI;  Montreal, Quo.. Sept. .".���Crop  reports received by Ihe big milling companies which have Iheiv  offices in fhisr,cit\- show that Iho  wheat crop 'in the Canadian  .Vorthwcst'is very heavy. The  harvesting i.s now well under <  way unci weather 'conditions , arc  reported ,favorable. The yield  is ��� conservatively estimated at  00.000.000 bushels.        ' -     -  BULL  RIVER IRON   DEPOSITS.  Exjiert   Visits'   the     Big   Hematite  Mines on Bull River.    .  J;- McAvoy, M. K . and geologist for the Crow's' Nest Coal  Company, accompanied by J. 'T.  Laidlaw, M.M, and W. VanArs-  dalen visited the Bull River iron  deposils'Tuosdayl'  U is reported thai Mr. McEVoy  will expert the' property in the  interest of an'eastern   syndicate.  The Bull River iron mines are  localed on    Fenwick ' mountain,  at   an   elevation   of   2,000   feel,  above, Bull River.    Large bodies"  o"f   high-'grade    hema,tite'   iron  have been uncovered'by present  development work.  ���    Southeast' and    adjoining   the  above   nahiod   group,  is a. group  of lil'claims which 'extend   from  the summit of Fenwick mountain  to and across   Iron   creek*.    The  iron found on Ihis group is similar lo   ihat 'of  llie, Bull   River  group.  Southeast Kootenay Minerals.  This year there has been a  tailing off in the production of  silver-lead ores in Southeast  Kootenay and a consequent di-  ininnalion of the silver production of lhe district. The ' cause  of the decrease is not attributable lo the mines but to ihe condition of the loud market.  Fach year presents to the  notice of mining men tho many  known copper deposits of great  extent which are situated in  Southeast Kootenay. which will  be fully developed in the 'future  when transportation is afforded.   ,  A considerable, amount ot  placer mining has been carried  on this season on "Wild Horse  and Perry creek*, and the indications are Ihat the annual output  of placer gold will be materiaUv  increased.        The   discovery   of  line  gold   on   Fish   creek   is   at-  i  t racling attention.  The iron ore deposits art.-  again attracting allontion. The  big doposiis on Bull river wore  visited by an expert on Tuesday.  The Baker Mountain deposits  are reported lo be tinder bond lo  an American syndicate.  Ituillti    Ol    Illtl.Tlial.   ,  Roar-Admiral Lord. -'Charles  Beresford will shortly , pay a,  visit to 'the United 'Stales to  study 'tin.;' American navy. ���  A new gold reef equal7 in;' size  to lhe  Wit wnt.'orsrand   has   been 7  discovered in -the. Transvaal..  Tlie    Woman's    franchise   bill  lassed   both   houses   of the  i as  He  ar.r i ved   at   Lenox j of Spokane parties.  annual convenliOn, which will be | New Souih Wales Legislatlire.  .  i'ii session'during the   next   four].   About   K]."(),,( Kk'i   has   been' re-'  days.    .This evening there   is   to  bean infor nal reception for   the  eeiv'od   in-   contributions   to the  Vietoriau'Mouiorial in London. THE PROSPECTOR   FORT STEELE,  I?. C, SEPTEMBER fi,   1002.  KSTATJLJSIIKD     ISM  JPi. B. Grace,  ���PUBMSHEIl    AND    EIlITOi:.  THE    PROSPECTOK, " is   published  ��� very Sitlnrd;i>, and Im*. a guaranteed  ulicululioii linger tlisin :ni> oilier piipei  lu Cost KoiMiiiii). Il is -ill linme Printed  and tiuiiluiit*. double I lie now*, of nnj  oilier paper in tin- ili-tiicl.  As   tin   sid vcrii*-iiiK   iiiediiiiii   it    i*> un  ��� tcclled. {  Devoted to the upbuilding id Fori Steele, the  JcVeloJiIlleul uf the lasl   minel.ll   lesumies  nl  . tbe East Kootenav mining ili-.it irt  Subscriptions       S2 00 per veai  ���itdTerctslng rates mode known on application.  .Contributions are solicited Irom all pan- i'f the  dlltrlci, but all matter intended rot publication  . must Uave ilie writer's signature.  ttlje $?V0#p2ri0v.  ]ilacorP. a'"(V litis spruii"- iulo increased activity '.is. a result of  recent important' discoveries in  quartz mining.  SATURDAY,   SHl'TKMHKH  li,   \%2  A royal   coiiiinission,  consist  iny;     of    John     Mrydon,  ��� Tully Boyce and P. S, Lampiiian  has been appointed by  the   Provincial   Government    lo enquire  into the cause of the Feriiio mine  explosion..  The date for its tirsl  sitting has been sei   for September 8th at   Fernie.      The   result  of   the   investigation    will    be  .awaited   with   interest, 'as nuich  - good will accrue to  the 'govern-  .meat, operators and miners, and  the   coal   mining    industry   ' of  .Southeast Kootenay.     The government is to  be congratulated  for the admirable, choice  ir   has  made  in ,the selection of  cone  missioners.  *    *    '-  President  Hiil's  talk at Elko!  several   weeks  ago  was an 'encouraging one for tho people of  the   Kootenay   valley,   however  ,  discouraging it ma��y be to other  ,   places in the district.  *     '*   c  -X  The building of,the noi-Jh 'and  south     railway     through      the  Kootenay valley means much   to  vSoutheast' Kootenay.      ll is fhe  ' one   thing  that   the, people   of  , Fort Steele desire. .. Tt   means  i '  prosperity to the farmers, the  - shipment 'of ore from mines in  Jtho main range of the J lock ies,  .and possibly the ereclion' of  .large smelting-works al IQlko.i  The wonderful tine winlor climate of Southeast Kootenay is a  great and most favorable laclor  in tlic,dovolopiiienl of inininii and  smelting.  sdbr^jjur. Wood's' PhoBplioaine,  Tlie Great English Remedy.  Sold and recommended by all  druggists in Canada. Only reliable medicine discovered,   six  _ -packages guarantied to cure all  foriha of Sexual Weakness, all elTect3 of abuae  or excess. Mental Worry, Excessive useofTo-  Daoco. Opium or Stimulants. Mailed on receipt  of price, one paoVage $1. dint, JO. One unit pltane.  six Villi cure. Pamphlets fiee to any attdiess.  Xtia AVood Company, \\ luilaur, Out.  Sold 1>\  A. \V. I'.lt.t-  . _     H.���   .   -  lli-ii'.  U-MSSi  ;l-l.  FXTRAC^j  IS INCOMPLETEPW!TKOUT  ���0"'*  3��fc��S  ELlEVtS   CHAFING.   IICHIKIi   01!   IKHI-  AflON.     C001S. COMrO-'IS  4MJ HEALS  THE SnlN, AHEH SIUVING.  , i  - Avoid clitn(|Hro:ia. init.ituii) Witch Mnzel  |jie|ui jtioiia iLVrc^etitt; It) Ik 'lhe muiiii.i&'"  ltd'* Extcict, wJmh e.uil| sen- and',!.!,  am "huucI alcohol," a deadly poison.  conts  i��m������i����,i'&i'ia-S��'��Vt����%��X����,��.UMVIL%��l  J. TAENHAUSER  W A'l'CII.M AK KU   'llli'l, .11'.Wia.KK'  Itiwrstil  I n;;i:i\ in;i  '   Avi'illl''.  Pc-U-T   St.  At.   P.. I '  COAL   PROSPECTING LICENSES.  NOTICE.  voni'i-; is iikiociiy (i!Vi-:\ mm, thinv  d.ijs alter dale. ��c, Uui mulct signed, Inn ml to  .11��I��� IV to tin; Assistant Commissioner ol Lauds  .mil Win Us for tlie District ol Must ICoolenav  mill lo lilt- C'liirf Commissioner nl I.iinds nnil  W'nil;-. Kir licenses tu piospeci for cu.il nn llie  billowing clesciihed lands situate oni- iinlr  tinI Hi ul I In- ri.itli(-;i(l liiicr, iiml :',u miles u-.i I h  cist fit tlie town ol Mm nsse\ lu Kasl Kuolo-  niiv District, liiillsli (.'olumhia  i.i) i'i nun H lit mg :tt u ]n isi tlii 11 v link's ' noi Hi  cist of Un-Ton ii nl Mnrrissoi. being the mil tli  i',isi inini-i nl .1.lines A'lilc-i sun's claim Ilieiice  south so i-hmiis, thence wesl SUi-huins, thence  iiiulli -il c-litiiiis. llienee easi ��() chains in ihc  p!:ii e ol iiefintiiiii/, I'uin.iluliit! >''-iUuc'ies  ,1aMl.-A ASHE.KSON, I. routoi  ,1   I- iihu Kiicim' ai.'i tu  ll .ted 'sepiemu-i  lllll, ltfl); .     '        ,  (Iil c'..mini iiriny :il n pnsl :to mil, s noilh  i- l-.l nl llie liiull nl' Mm llssey, being ills- iimlli  ��i si eni nei :ulj:u i-iil in ilie noiltieiist roi nei nl  .l.iiiii' ��� Ainieisuii's claim, tlieiii't- noilh elghli  ,-li..in-., tiienee c.isl el,-;lnv i-liuiiis, ilieiice sninli  i ii hli' clitciiis, llienee west eighty chains to ilu*  place nt lii-i'Iiiiiliij', i-omuiuliijr till) .tries  Wn.l.HM S. Rl'iJli, |.iv.Hoi  ,1.  KltKli KI'IVIUK   Afeiil  |i it. il --M'lili'iiil'ei' Kill, llxl-i.  (c) I'liiiiiiieiieliiK at a post :I0 mill's uoith  i .isi Ol llir i.omi (if ,\loi I'lssi'l. linn,; ilie noilll  ui'st cm nei .ulj.U'ciit In llie Dm tlieast cm ner nt  .illlll'cs Anilei'snli s .-I,ilin, lllellis' soulli I'lllhl.'i  i limits lllelu-i' c.lsl t'il<lit \ I'lltlllls, Llic'lice HOI lli  i ii lili eli.iiils, Uic'iicr nest eliility rlisiliis to III"  |il ne nl Oi-t;;iililni;. colliniiilns (llll ucies  I'il'i.K.NK S. TiM'I'IM), l.e.'aliir      I"  .1.  Kltm Kli'cliih,   \j'elil  id) I'niiiiin iicinn til a posi till miles iinilli-  o.isl ot tin: ttiu'itor Mnirlssey. bt'liii' llie soulli-  i-.isi coi'nei ndjareiii tn Uu; noillieiisi ronici or  Jjiliifi A Hudson's I'luliu.'-llieiii'e noi Hi elulili  i-lullis, llu'iii'ii oast i'if:luy eliiiins, llielifi; soulli  eielill elminS, llii'iici) w'est cikIuv chains to llie  placenf lii'i-lniiiiii', containing (Hi) acres  Ai.i.ik \'.*us, l.oi'iuor.  .1.   I''HKU  K ITCH IK, AlfClll.  n.iteil SiiMicniber IIih, HHH.  KIMBERLEY.  Tlie    Coming   Town   of   East  Kootenay.     jp   ���^  Near t-ne famous Northstar  and Svillivati iVUnes  , i i ti  A Limited Number of Lots for Salts  at Prices K.anging from  $125    To    $400  NOW   IS 'THE  TIME TO HUY as prices will be advanced the first  of I lie year. '      ,  ��%����%��%%��%%%��%��*����%��������������%%%��%��%��������'  Why uui shoniii   liny   --fFnir   Play"  Chewing: Tobacco.  Because it i~ sho l>f=i ii',i:i!itw  Becaxise ii i-= iho \\\o?i iti-titi" i-hcu-.-.  Because it i> ill�� lat'j.'1-.i. hi��n ifraili' ���")  ,or 10c. piiitr-  ilii' l.iifs suv v :\h)';ihl(.'   ini' piv-  Because  Illillllls  Because  Because  ii'I'uni]  wo ffiiarantoo  youi' ���loaloJ-  i  vour  liioiifv  ovory [iln^. uiiii  - atilliori/cd to  if  vim  a I'l-  noi  Mitir-lioil.  Tun Empike Tort.\i.-co Co.,  l.'I'D.'  ', Advurtisin<^  i'KCTOit   is    t,li(.  .food foi  Many  iu   Tiik   Pkos-  inosl   'nulii'il.ious  ii yrowin^- husinoss.  visitors in Fori Si polo  this season have rqinai-lcod on  tiio boiiulil'ul ii|)|)o;iriinco of tlio  .town, its location on llio K'ootc-  nay rivor. iind its baiiiuifnl  climate iiiuku it the "'iii'd^ii spot  of Southeast Kootenay, therefore, a most perfect plac<; of  residence.  x      y.      .i  Something new in tho  way  of  litigation   is    a.    suit   for   da.ni-  -ages    -against     the     Northern  Pacilic   Railway    Company   for  not running its trains on schedule   time.      Any one   travelling  -ialong the line of t.he Crow's Nest  ���Branch of the C. P. R. will fully  understand tho situation, and the  travelling public will  hail   with  .pleasure tho lime when the wesl  ��� bound   trains   over   the Crow's  Nest line get on regular limo.  M V. Jfc  The more that the resources-  of the Port Steele Mining Division are studied the more appar  ;ent it becomes that Nature has  ���been extremely gvuerou.-s. in en  dowing this districL with Ium-  choicest gifts.  NOTICE.  N'O'I'ICI". is lic-ft-bv s-'tvi'ii tliat tlnriv il:iys al-  li'r (lute 1 intiiuil to apply to tlio I'lik-f ('iimiiiis-  slmiui'of I.aiuls ami Works for a special license-  Ki i-iu aiul ciury a��av itmliui- froin ilio 'follow-  liiK ilchci'lbcd lanils s'ltu.iti'il in Kasl ICooten.'ii'  L'oiiiiiii'iii'in^ .it a post planii'd one niile i-.ist  of C'I'.K. lainl Mii'vi-y line Sn AXM and TOO  paei'.s nortli of tlie N" V... coi ncr of 11. Cameron  Tliiilioi Limit N'ci I. ilu nei soiitli mi eliains.  tlioni'c c.i.si Ml cli.mis, ilii'iirc noitli .SO olianis,  tllc'IK'd td'sl Ml ( ll.lllis IO potlll Of rOllllll('lii-llli".|lt  I'ciiaiiiiiiiiijiiin acri's iiioi'c oi   less.  AU'INT. OA.MHIION'.  D.ilt'il .MiniisL-'.'iUi. I!K)J . :w-  - NOTICE.  N'D'I'ICIO is In'iciliy j.'U'on Lli.iL liiu tv il.iys tiller dale I j n lend lo applviu tin- ('lnnf Commissioner ol I.niids and Win Us for a special lieense to cut anil earrv nu.ty tnnbi-i troni Llie  following ilc'sci ilied lands siinale in l'���ist  Ivoou-na.l. ' C  Coiiiiiieiiciiift ai a pnsl planted ono lnilf mile  east ot llie I.-' mile post on the Cl'.li. land  Miriej line No I.V.i.'. tliei ee soiuli fr.il cliaii'is,  llienee east Ml chains, llienee norlli Si) ell.mis  tiienee webt M) ehains, Lo poi in of com incur men L  coiUuIiiIiik'iUH acres mou- oi  less  ,    ' . S.V1UTF.1. i.'HANT.  Uau-d .\ii;;iisL S.IlIi. 190-J. itii-  NOT1CE.  NOT1CIC is herein jfieen llitu '10 davs auer  date I intend to apply to ilieUlnei Commissioner o! I'.ands anil Worl.s for a spei-ittl lieen-te to  cut anil em it ninij tunliei- troni lhe lolloiviiiji-  deserihed lands siunued in Kasl ICootenav  C'oniinenein^ at a post planted il i]U,li tci ol a  mile east ol the lei mile posi on (J.l'.l! . land  suivev line Sn HiV- .unl one milt-south ot Aloyie  River, ill. nee soutli fro chains, theme cast so  elitiiiis. llienee noitli Ml i-li.niis Llienee west SO  chains to point of eoiiimeiiiement eont.ilntilif  ti-lli act es inoi e or lus-_  II. CAMKUON  I.nil i   S(i ',  Uaied Aui'itsl 'i'i  190-.  NOTICE.  NU'l'ICK I^i UKKKUV CIV UN thai, llim\  ciais ultei date. ��e. ilu1 uiiilerslKiied. intend to  apph to llie Assistant Commissioner ol Lands  ami Wwrlis foi llie District tit Kasi ICooteiiay  and lo llie Chief Commissioner ol Land-, and  Woi Us for licenses to prospect for coal on tin)  foltoH-iug ik'scribed lands siluateone mile north  of the KUithead Uiver and :it) miles nortlietisL of  tlii-lira ii ot Moi llssey in lOtisl Koolenay District   Hi'ilish Coluinbia:  i  |n).   Commencing at a  post -M miles easi of  the Town of Mouissey, beinjr the norllieitSL  corner, adjacent to the northwest corner ol  .It'iime. ���!.��� liitcliis's chum, thenee south eighty  eliains. tiienee wusi eigluy ehnins, thence norlli  I'isjlitv eliains. thence cast eighty eliains to Un;  place ot beiriiiniiiK. coruiiinliiif tUO acres.  Isni; COM'Aitn. Locator.  .IOsKIMI   AS'I'I.RV, Aftl'llt '  Scpleuiber ili'd, l��u. ,     ,.  |bj I'oinineiiciiiK at a post-about -M miles  east of the town oi'Morrissey. beiiif.' the iiorfli-  etisi corner, adjacent to the northwest corner  ol tlie Isaac Coward's claim, ihenee south  eimn.v chains, tiienee west eighty chains,  llienee nortli eighty clniiiis, tlieiice east eighty  chains to the place of bcfjimiin;;, coinaiiiiuif liltl  tieics. ,, '  J   I'. Co.sfiun, Locator.  JOSKPII  Asti.kv.  Aj;(illl.  ��� September iiid. IftOJ.  c I .  , |cj. Coniiiionciii^ at a post itliout ���!'��� miles  eusi ol Hie town of Morrissey bcliiif I lie miiiiIlea si corner adjacent to the northwest coiner ol  Isatu Cow aid's claim, theuce ninth eighty  chains, llienee west eiKPhty chains, llienee south  oifrhlv chains, thence east eiifhLy chains to tlie  place ol Iii-kIuiiIiik conlaiuiiiH flit) acres  ,     ,.      ANN As'l'I.EV. Locator.  0 .IdSKIMI   Asi'i.nr. AKI'lll.  scplcinber Unl, l'.i|)J ,  [dj. .I'oiiiiiiciiciiiK al a post ahoui -Hi miles  east ol the town or Monissev lieiin; the .southwest corner adjacent lo lhe iiorllniesL coiner  ol tlie K.iae CoMard's claim, thence nortli  clulity chains, llienee east eighty clitlins. tlienco  south fifthly eiiaiiis, Ihenee west civilly  chains  lo Lhe plai 1 beifliiiiina;, conlaiiiinif ti-10 aeies.  John Asti.kv. Loeutor.  .lusKi'ii Asti.kv. Asenl,  Hated Sepiemlieriiul, liKii :i"i-  Apply  to  Land Commissioner, C. P. R.  Winnipeg*, Man., or to  BEALE & ELWELL  Fort Steele and  Kimberley,  .     NOTICE.  TAK'K NO'l'lCl': lhal sixty days tifter dale. I  intend to applv to lhe Cliiet <'oiuinissloner ot  Lauds and Works lor penui.ssion to purchase  the lollowiii^ dcsciilic'cl lands in, Kast lioole-  nay Disirict. 11. C. Coiiiineneiiii; at a |iost  planted at the .south west cornei of K. (."'  Sinilh'.s puiehase and inarUed 'I'.' ,.l. Moll's  noi th west cornei'. theuce Kasl foi ty chains:  llienco South eitfluy eliains to St. Mary's Uiver  llienee West lollowiiiK H'e liver about torty  eliains; llienee Norlli civilly eiiaiiis lo lhe place  ol bi-jriunin!;. Coiiliiiniii!.' Il-Jii acres more oi  less.  c,    -ill- '      ,iT. .1. MOTT.  Dated .lulv lltli. lWrt.  NOTICE.  NOTICE. '  TakK NVi'i'K.'K iIiiii tin days aftei dale. I intend to apply'lo tlie duel Commissioner ot  Lauds tind-W'oi'Us ior permission to purchase  .the follow tnti lands on l-IIU liivcr'in Kasl l\'noie-  iitiy District. IS. (J., (-omtiiencinfr ai a post plan-  led on lhe wesi btinU ol Klk Uiver about 1 'i  miles north ot me month of. Morrissey Creek,  marked " II.L Amine sS. K. corcicr." thence  Northerly tollouiiiK llie btinU ol I'ilk Uiver to  ,1. A. McDonalds S. l''..*eoruer: llirncc Wesl It)  chains; thence Soutli-Id ehains: Ihe'iice Kasl IO  the place ot beKinuiinfeouLaiiiiiif,' lililacies mine  or less.  II^L. AMI"-'.  Daicil this-Mill i\a\ of-.luiie. lSi'1.  Southeast Koolenay i1- jusi  now under going .1 wonderful  development in coal, iron, gold,  silver, lead ..and copper proper  ties which constantly .'in.i'iguitios  ���the_greutnes.s. of the ininernl ro.f  sources of this district. w  .'.".' '   *    *   . *      '    .''.'���.  Closely related to   the   iniiijug  industry   of Southeast, K'ofiienay  is the town of l^'oi-t. Sleele.     It.is  the most important center of- the  various mining camps.     It i.s sit  uaied geographically t.he. "center'  of   tlie   district..      The   ���mining  camps   most,  directly   comiecled  with the fortunes of Fort, Steele  are those of Hull   river,   Dibble,  Lost,   Wild     Uorse.    Four-mile.  Six-mile, Tracy, Wolf and Sheep  creeks.     It'is a mining district.  .famous  in   the  early  history of  the province and district  for   its  NOTICE.  N'OTIt'i: is hi-l'ebv Ulw-li lli.ll ill) d.lls .liter  date I intend LO .ipjili to the Chiel ('0111,111s-  siouer ot Lauds and W'oilis Ioi a spt-ei.i] li-  (en-e to (ill aud cai 11 an,u limbi-i Iiom the  foil..w 11.it desi 1 lind lands siLu,iii  in li.ist IC00-  Lc-ll.ll ('olllIIH-llCllir .11 .1 |iosl pl.inlc-il si-li-ll-  llUhdled p.l. es hoi III nl  till' I.'   tnllc     posi   OII    ('  '���It 1.1ml mho 1 line-No I'i".' and T'-II) paces  noi tli of tin- b. iiil. ol tin' M"\ii' K'tiei. ihenie  -,oiitli ,ilotii.r said Inn ho cli.1111-. tlienii' 0,1st su  chains    llienee   liultli   mi,.|iuhs   Dli'liee wosl su  NOTICE.  Taki: Nci-rii'i: Hun :ic) days alter ilaLe 1 iniend 10 applv to the Chier Coiuniissioiicr ol  Lands and Works for a ~'l year timber lease. 01  llie lollowintr lands siinale on Hie ICooienav  Kiieriu Soutli Kast Kootenav described tis fol-  lowst-l'oininenciiii; tu a point 111 tlio easi limit  ot lot -I'lili yroup I. about one mile south of the  k'ooicnay Uiver, thenee nortli seven-hundred  .mil twenty cli.iiiis. llienee east two-lnnidied  and fortv chains, llienee souih seven-hundred  and twenty chains, ihenee east richly ehiiins,  thence south on.-hundred ami Iwcniv chains,  llienco west two-huiidied aud forty chains,  thence north oiie-liiiudred und tweiilv chains  llienee west eijililv chains, more 01 less to lhe  place ol Ij.'iriiinini!.  .1(1 IIS    I IIIKUKKN'lll l>nK.  Haled   this    nil  day of August. A. It., lillr.' ,  ���    NOTICE.  T.IKK NdTK.'K lliat,tU) days alter date. 1 iniend 10 apply lo the Chiel Commissioner ot  Lund's and Woiks 10.- permission to purchase  lhe following lands situate oil KlU lli.'er 111  Kast Koolenay. \i.\'.. aud descriued as lollow.s.  Commeni'iii;: at a post plained 011 the Wesl  bunk ol Mil: Kiver and about lliree-fourihs  ol a mile N'orth of tin', 1110111I1 , ot  Mori issey Creek, marUeil: " W. C. Laidlaw's N.  K. corner. " thenee .West III eliains: thence  Soiuli .su eliains: tiienee l'.sisL -HI chains nunc or  less to the Wesl bank of KlU linei: thence  .Sfortherfy lollowint; tin- bank of Klk ICuer lo  llie place 01 beyiiiniiiK-, conlalniii!; ill all :r.'U  aci'(;s* moie 01 less. ,  W. C. Laiih.aw.  Dated tlib. 'Mill day ot .lune, Wi.  en .mis  '.111 Ul 1.  .,, |n  s   III  lllll     ol  il e Ol   ll  -II  lil'IISl     .'  c olll.'lll 111 I'lliellL   c ontullilli;.  ���'A.MI'I.'ON  I im.'  Limit No I  NOTICE.  Talte'.NYiiici' that. :iu days after dale. 1; iiileliil  Lo apjilv t.o I in-('hiei'('.iiiiinlssiiiiii-i-nf Lauds  and Works for n.'tl years Timber lea mi. over'I lie  foilowilil.' lands silliate nil ( tlil-i-r.S' ("roel( in  Soulli i'-.ast li'iiuleiiiiy.  Couilueni-ilir at llie Son! tl, Wesl. corner of Lot  No rid O roup I llienee wiv.l' IKii elm Ins, thenee.  iKil-Lli '.''Z'l chains, tin-in-.- fn-.t :t'.'u clniiiis. Llienee  soi it I* '.'HI ell ai il-.. Ui'eiir,'!,-io,l li',H eliiiiiis. t It el lee  soulli mi i-lii.iii'. in lln   (ilaei- ut lii'i-iiuiln:'.  ";������-"-���������   ji'ij'iN in; ki "K i-i.N'i.'i in : i-i.  Haled Aiil'ii'.i Pi'llli A    I'    I'.'11-'.  NOTICE.  "I'.iKi: Nn 1 let", tliat. Co days after ilnte I intend to apldv to III- <'lllei ''.Ullltlissioili'l' ot  i.ai'ldsand Woi):-. I,n' |ieriui-.sii.n to jin n'-liase  tlie. fiilluu'iiii: linn Is in I'iiis; l.ooieii.ay Ml.si rii'l;  II. ���('. (.'oiniiieiiciiiL' al ;> i��.si pinni.'il i.ii 1 lie  ���West bank of KlU Uiver. ami adjoiiriiinj.' .1 A  Mclioiialds N. 1-7 eni'iier. marked ".I. 'I'. I,,iid-  law'sS. I'",, corner." tli-'iie.' West sn chains.  Llienee North Mi chains: tiienee Kast lo llie  Wesl bank of Klk liivor: t Ik-iuip Southerly  foi low! ni.'the West bank of K'.k Kivr 10. jilaee  of l.irt^imii 11 jx eoiilainiiii; 1,In acres mure or Jess.  .1 AS. T.  I.,Mill.AW.  Dated thitW'O.tli day of June, i'.'u.-.  NOTICE.  'I'AK'i: NOTICK UiaL fid ilu vs fi om the date  lu-ieiit. I intimd lo make application to purchase ihe lollowiiii,' lands situate011 Lo.-.iCieek  in Southeast Kootenay. described asfollows:-  CoiiiiiieiiciiiK ut lhe. south easi angle of Lot No.  till. Croup 1. Kootenay District, tlienco north  ,'iloiiK the eastern limit of said Lot ill I. 0(1  chains, ihenee easi it) chains: 1 lieuee. south SO  chains: ilienc.' west 10 chains 10 ilu- place ol  lioeiniiluif. eoiilailiun,' iu all tt.'U arms.  Dated .lulv Mill. IWC  ���.'"- WILLIAM MOOKIO.  NOTICE.  Take Notice Unit :to davs after date I intend  to applv to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  anil Works for ,1 -It vear timber lease of llie lol-  Iciw in;,' lands situated on lhe Kootenay liiicr  in Soulli Kast ICooienay described as follows:-  I'dinmenciii"; at a point 111 the west limit of lot  'Hi! (irciup L Ho eliains south ol Die norlli wesl  eorner oi said .Int., iheiice. west 4o chains,llienee  soiii.Ii llio chain's, thence wei-il No chains, Iheiice.  south l:Io chains, tliema'. west. Mo eliains.. thence,  smith I'lo chains, llieneii w'csl. lo chains.' Ihenee  souih :Mo ehainsf llienee c-asl. :.'o eliains. theuce  south ::ilo ehains. tlieni-e c-asl, Hei chains tlieiice  sent li :t('.o eiiaiiis, tiienee wesl So eliains. Iheiice.  ihii'LI'i l:Io chains, Ilieiiee west Ido chains tlieiice  noi't.li :'.i",o eliains, llienee east Mo chains, tiienee  nortli :Mo chains, Llienee wesl, tin chains, l.lienc(?  nortli ii'.'o eliains. llienee west. Ir.'o eliains, llienee  uorili ICo eliains' t lieuee east -to ciniins. tlieiice  tuu'i.li  Mo eliains.' Llienee easi. Mo chains. Ihoner  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby jjlven tliat thirty days ulier  date. 1 iiileliil lo apply 10 the Chiel Commissioner of Lands and Works. Victoria, It. C. for.  a Special License to cul and carry away umber  on the'lollowiiijf described vacant lands 111 the  Southern Division of Kasl, ICooteiiay District:  Comiiieiicinu'.it a post planted near Six Mile  Creel; runnini; eighty eliains soulli; llienee  eighty eliains west: thencecikIiij chains norlli;  tlionec elfjlity ciniins east, 10 the place of com-  meueeiiieiii.   Containing' tilt) acres moie or less.  Dated -i-Jnd May. IHO'.'.  :c- THOS.  ItOllKltTS.  .MINKUAI.  ACT  ISilti.  ( i-'oijm I-'. ;  CICI{'I'II''1CATI''.   Ol''   IMlMCOVH.MIINTS.  NOTICE.  liultli 'Mo chains, Llieni  souih '_'lo eliains, Llieni  sillll.li Mo clniiiis. Ilienei  uiii'lli :Ilo i-liuiiis. I.lit-1 it  noilh So chains,"l.hcuec  nort ilSo chains, tlieiici  norlli So chains, theuce  nortli  lochaif.ls. Ilieiice .  south to chains,  lln-nec  soul li Mo chains, tlienei- .  soul )i So chains.   tlienc(  ��� east Mo chains, llieni  ��� wesl. So chains, tlicuc  east. Moo ehains.  west P.'o eliains,  west "o ehiiins. ihcnc'e  west r.'o eliains,   thence  west :Io chain,  east, t:Jo eliaiu  ��� east -lo chains, tiienee  east  r.'o  eliains. llienee  cist '.'o clpains, thence  Llienee  llienee.  thenee  llienco  HlIACKlIKlDfiK. l)KNHl(ill,(.'l!ACI|-.. liK-  fil.N'A. 1111(1'IllIACKUItlDCi: I'^iAC'l'lONAI.  MlNKKAL  CL\1.MS.  Situate ill the I-'mi Steele .Mining I li vision  of Kast Konteiiny Disirict.  Where locaKd: On lhe wesl biuneh ot the St.  Mui-y's ru'ei  'I'ake Notice that I Samuel l.ovalt. l-'iee Miner's (.'ertiticale N(i"H.'>l\!.'it;", Intend, six ly days  from date- heicol.lo applv Io tin- Miiiini; Ile-  corder lor a Cei til'u .ue ol Improvements, for  Uu* purpose ol obLaiuiUK a Ciown Cram or the  above claims  And  furtlier Lake  notice  tli.il action, under  sect.icin :I7. inu.sl be eoiiiuieiiced beloie the Umi  anee. of siich Certitlc-ale of liiiprovemeiifs.  1 Dated llils.fiw.li' day of Aiisrustf. A. I")., lilte.  soulli Si  chain  -iilitll Si  chain  -'inning'  Dim  d this  111.  nee east Mo eliains.   tiienee  e or less to lhe place iif be-  I'KTKK LUND.  Till (luy   of  August. A. D..  1MZ  o   TIMBUIt NOTlpF.  TAI\ K NOTICI'I IhaL thirty days after date.  I intend to apply to ihe Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works lor a twenty one years Timber Lease of llie following lauds siluiile on  Moyie. Uiver iu Soutli Kasl liiiiilcunv. described  as follows:  Coniiiieuelnj: su, a post planteii on the West  bank or Ilu: iMoyie Klver cin llie Canadian I'a-  clllc. Kailway (.tompany's (line of 1.01, IMM.  thence, souih IIKI.chaiiis, llienee: west (111 cluiijis.  Llienee south St) chains. Llieuei: wesl. ill eliains.  thence soiith Ititl chains, llienee easi'ltm cdialns.  Ihenee south UK) chains, llienee west. Kill chains  thence norlli HI chains, tiienee west M'l cbains.  llienee north -It) eliains, tiienee wesl. Mil eliains  Ihenee nortli -Jllcliaiiis, Ibq'ice wesl, SO chains,  uioire or less to Llie Kailway track of the Canadian I'aeillc Kailway Compan.i. Llienco in a  Nortli-easierly direction alon^ the aforesaid  railway track Jill eliains lnciri" or less to Lhij  place of bej,'lnniui;. ,  .   .    M. A. IIKALK  Dated this atti day ol August, 190L'. 34-  A N'oliee is hereliy (,'iven. llial thiny days  alter dale I intend to apply to the assistant  Commissioner ol Lauds and Works for llie.Dis-  trielol Kasl, Kootenav, and the Chief Couiuiis-  .slouer cd Lauds and Win its. for a license 10  piospcci ior coal on the lolloivinjj described  land- situate about one mile east of ihe Nortli  Korlt ol Lodno I'ole Cicek in lhe South Kast  portion ol Kasl ICootenav. Distrlci of llritish  Columbia.  (A) Cominenciii,',' al a posL about '.'I miles  east ol the town of Morrissey. bciut; the south  east corner ol Chat Ies S. M. Ilrow n's elaim.  llienee norlli SO chains, llienee west Mil chains,  tiienee soulli Ml) chains, llienee east xiiVhaius  10 llie place ol l.e^illlilli!.'. and couialniii!; Mil  iieres. , "       ,  Charles S. M. Hrown    l.oeaior,  .1. l-'red   Kilchie,    Ayenl.  Dated Aiigusi -I'.i.   lfitC  (II) Comineueiii!,'at a post.-21 miles east or the  town of Mon-issey beini;   tin- south west corner  adiacent 10 the south-east.coi nor  ot Charles S.  M.Hrow n's elalin. llienee norlli Stleliailis thence  east Md chains,   thenee south SO eliains. ihenee  west so ehiiins 10 tlie place, ol   bei,'inuiii!.'. con-  lainiii:,'i-.inacies (/ -��  Kelvin- nutliie. I.oi a toi.  c "    j. |.'n.,| uiu-hie   Aiii'iu.   "  Dated   \iiMilsi .".). lSDi , "  (C) Couiiueiiciii!,' al a post ahoul twenty-one  miles east 01 the town of Mmrisses beini^ the  norlli east corner, ii'djacfiiii to tlie south cast  corner 01 Charles S. M. Mrown's elaini. llienee  souih ei(,'hl.i chains, thence west eitflity. theiiee  nortli eighty clniiiis. tlienco east eljihiv chains  to the place ot be^inniiif.'. and eoniainitii,' six  hundred and lorty iieres. ' Siiriieu Claude C.  Walker, locator. SI l-'red Kileliic'. Aveiil.  Aiigusi M'.lili. iiineici'ii hundred jnd two.  fD) Coinineiii-iiu.' ill a post about twenty  tour miles east 01 the town ol Monissev. bein^  the'north wesl corner, adjacent to the south  east corner, of lildi,'ai IO. L.' Dewduey's claiin.  thence east civilly eliains. ihenee souih eiifhlv  clniiiis. ihenee west fifthly chains, thence north  ei^'lnv chains 10 ihe place of beftinninj,'. aud containing six hundred and tortv aeies. Neville  I'' Thompson, locator. Koss Thompson, A^oiil.  August 211th. nineteen hundred iind two.  (K) Coinnieni'iin,' at a post iibouliwenly-live  miles east ot llio lown ol Morrissei. beinif the  soutli west corner adiacent lo the uorLh east  corner, ot Mary C. Kiascr's claim, thence nouh  ciKliLy chains, theuce easi eiiiltili chains, thence  soutli ciirli'y chains, thence west, eijihti eliains.  to the place ol hc^iumm.'. and containing six  linndrecl and rorlv aeies. William S. Heron,  locator. IJOss Thompson. Aneiil. September  second, nineteen hundred and two. ,  (1'") Comineiieiiijjsitaposi about twenty-live  miles east ol the town 01 Morrisscy. Iieimr the  uoith wesl cornei'. adjacent to the north east  corner, of Maty C. Fraser's claim, theuce south  eliihly chains, thence east eighty chains, thenee  north eiirlily ehiiiiis. thence wesl ciulitv chains.  10 the place 01 bei;iniiiiu.r. and containim,' six  bundled and foi ty acres. (ieoi'Ke W. MeHride,  lociitoi. Koss Tlioiiipsnii. Aui'iil Scpleuiber  second, nineteen liundre 1 and two.  (C) Couimcnein^'iil ti posi about iwenly-live  miles easi ol the lown of Moinssev beiiiii the  south west corner, adjacent 10 the norlli west  corner, of Herbert II Palmer's claiin. ihenee  north eighty chains, ihenee easi cluliu chains,  llienee south eighty chains ihenee west eighty  eliiiins, to the pliiee of bc^iunin^. and coiiiain-  uit,' i\lu acres .lenuie .1 Klichie, locator. .1.  I.'ied Kilchie. At,'eni August Iweniv ninth,  ilineicen liunilred and two  Ol) 1 'oiiiincuciUK ill a posi about twent.i -six  iniles eiisl ot the iowii ol Morrisscy bene,' the  south 'easi corner, adjacent 10 Hie north east  cornei ol Jennie .1. Ki'chie's claim, tlieiice  norlli eiKlitv chains ihenee wesl eighty chains,  ihenee souih eighty chains, llienee east eighl.v  cliaius 10 1 lie place of bc:niiuinii', and i-ontiiiu-  iiiff six liiiiidrcd and loii> aeies Kaiherine  Tboinpson. localor. .1 l-'ied Kileliic. Afienl.  Aii|.rusl iweniv 111 iilIi. iiiueiceu hunilre.l and  I wo  NOTICE.  Notice Is hereby <?iven. that thiny days after  date, we'intcnil to apply to the Assistant Coni-  iiilssioncr of Lands, and Works, for,llie District or Kasl Koolenay. and the Chief Oouimls-  sionei; of Lands, and Works, for a license to  prospect for cii.ll, oil the. followiiii; described  land. Sfiunie on ' the divide between Lodife  I'ole creek, mid the Iclntheail river, lu the soulli  east, porlion of Kiise ICooteiiay. District of  llritish Columbia.  (A) Comnieucliif,' at a post about twenty  three miles east or the town of Morrissey, be-  inif the south west corner, adjacent to tliesouth  east eorner of l''rank A. Austin's claim, thence  easL eighty,chaiiK. thence north eiuhty, ihenee  wesl ei^hiv eliains. thence south eighty eliiiins,  to'the place of bcgiiinliii;. and coiituuiliiif six  hundred iind foity acres. Wllliaui II.'C.  I'hills, locator. Koss Thompson, Ai?eiu. Auifust  Iweuty nintli. niiieieen hundred and two.  Of).   Comiiieiiciiiir al   a   post  about   twenty   '  1 hive miles, castor the town of Morrissey.  be-  ins; the south west corner, adjacent to the 1101 tli.  east corner of Frank A. Amdin's claim.'llienee  cast eighty chains, thence nortli eighty chains,'  thence west eighty chains, thence south'eighty  chains, to the place of beginning, iind containing six hundred iind forty acres    Signed Kdgtir  K. L. Deiwlney. locator, Koss Thompson, Agent   r  August, twenty   ninth,  nineteen  hundred audi  two.       . * -"  0 tO Commencing at a ]iost:ibout twenlv four'  miles east of the town or Morrissey. being llie  souih east corner.' adjacent to the south west  eonier.'or Kdgar K. L. Dew-duey's claim, tiienee-  east eighty cliiiiusiheiice north eiglity chains,  thence west eightv chains, thence south eightv,  chains, to tlie place'of beginning, ami contaiu-  'iug six hundred am!.forty acres. Hcrberi 11.  I'alnier. locator. Ko'ss Thompson. Ageul. Aug- '  list twenty ninth, nineteen hundred and two.  (D) ,Coimncili'iiig at a post about tweatiy-  one miles east or the town of Morrissey, WHcts;'  the north west corner, adjacent 10 the-sonsli  east corner or Charlc-s S. M. llio\wrs.f!niiii,  thenee south eiglnv chains, thence eas�� eightv  chains, thence north eiglity chains, ihenee wesl  eighty eliains. 10 die place of hcginmue-. and  containing six hundred and fortvaeres. Fied-  ericl; .1. Daniels, locator..!. K111I Kilchie. Agent  August twenty lilntli. nineteen liundred and  two  (KJ Conimeueiin.' at :t [xist nboui twenly two  miles east or lhe town ol Morrissey, being lhe  so'iih west corner, iiditiceni to the norlli east  corner or ICdgar Duthie s claim, tlieiice norlli  eighty ehains. thenee east eighty chains, theuce  south eighty eliains. thenee west eighty chains,  to the plaiv of beginning, and containing six  hiiiutiviliiiut rony iieres. Annie K. Fraser, locator..!. Fred Kilchie. Agent. August twenty  ninth, nineteen hundred and iwo.  (!���') Commencing at a uost about twenty twoi  miles ciisi 01 the town of Morrisscy.  being  tlie ��  NOTICE.  Notice is hereliy given Lhal lid days afterdate  1 intend ninpply to Lhe Chief .Commissioner of  Lauds an.1 Worlis for permission , 1,0 pureiiase  lllll acres of land, more or less siliiiited on the  west hank of,Klk Kiver In Hie District of Kasl  Kootenay. Commencing al. a post planted at  .las A. McDonnell's N. W.. corner.anil 111:111,ed  K. W Koger'sN.' I'",, corner, iheiice west -.'ci  eliains. ilii-nce soiil.li Ml) chains, t.hencecasi -.'u  eliains. Ibeiiie 11Orl.l1 HO chains to the place 01  bciriiiulng. eoiitninlng PKI acres nlore or less.  K.. W. Kogci-s.  Dai.e.d August. ��� liit.li. I Mir .  '.'.���' NOTICE.  TAKK NO-l'ICl'-. thill, sixty clays alter date 1  intend to apply tothe Chief Commissioner of  'Lauds iind Works, for permission In pureiiase  the following lands iii Kast Kootenay District.  It. C. Commencing ill ii post planted midway  011 Hie soutli line of lot illlf. llienee S. eighty  chains, llienee W. eighty chains. Llienee N.  eighty c.h litis, llienee K. eiglity chains to place  of beginning.    Containing tilt) acres.  SB- I'i. C. SMITH.  Dated July 11th. IWi. '    ','    .  north wesl cornet, adjucent 10 the north easi  corner, of Kdgar Duthie's claim, thence south,  eiglity chains, thence east eighty chains, llienee���  nortli eighty ehains, theuce west eighty chains,,  to lhe phice of beginning and containing six  hundred and rony acres. Mary C Fraser, locator..!, l-'red Kilchie. Agent. August twenty.-  ii 1 ti 1 li. nineleen bundled and two.  (ti) Commencing at a post about 'lwmi'jv  Ihree miles east ot the-, lowu'of Morrissey, being.! he south cast corner, adjacent to tld-unnvh  east corner of Charles s. M. Urowii.Vcljaim.  llienee north eighty ehiiins. ihenee w.eMi cigluy,  chains, theuce souih eighty chains tiUie-nce east  eighty chains, to the; place of lieginning, and  containing six hundred ami forty acres. Kale  Fraser. locator, .1. Fred Kilchie. Ageul. August  iweniv ninth, nineleen hundred and two.  (II) Commencing at a prtM iweniv three  miles east of the town of Mon-issev, beii|.j the  souih west corner, adjacent 10 Llie norlli easi  corner of Charles S. M llrown's claim, thence  north eiglity chains, thence east eighty dial ns.  thenee south eighty chains, theuce west eighty,  chains 10 the place or beginning, iind containing six hundred and forty acres. Harriet I.  Anoint, locator. .1. Fred Kilchie, Agent. August twenty ninth, nineteen liundred and two  (I)    Coiiunei'Ciiig  at   a   post   about    twenty  three, miles easi. of ihe town or Morrissey, being the soulli easi corner, adjacent to the north:  east corner., or  Kale   Fraser's claim:   ihenee.:,  nortli eighty chains, ihenee west eighty chains.,  thenee south eiglity chains, thence east eighty  chains,  to the  place, or 'beginning., containing��� .'.  six hundred aud forty acres, ilenry 'P. Scperley  locator. .1   Fred Itilchie. Agent. August, twenty  ninth, niiieieen hundred and tivo.  I .I'l    Commencing sn :t   post'   about' twenty'.  I three miles east, of the town of  Morrissey,   be- V  Ing Hie south; west corner, adjacent to the norilr  east, 'eornefr   of   Kale.   Fraser's: claim,   theuce  norlli eighty chains, thence east eighty chain*.  Iheiice. south eight/ chains; ifheiice wc.sl eighty  ciniins. 10 lhe place'or beginning, and  containing six   liundred  and   forty  acres.     Fi;anl( A.  Angliu, localor..!. Fred Kilchie..Agent.'���,,��� August twenty ninth, nineteen hundred and. two.  ,-.���'.' NOTICE.  I have In my possession one bay mare, no  brand, oil' hind foot white, near bind root wlil'.e  stripe, iu face. Owner will please lake animal away, paying charges.  Aniuikw IIaxt'kk.  Fish Lake Itaiich,  Dated August I'i, 1902.  M  > T11R PIIORPISOTOI?.   FOIIT KTKKLK  U.   C.   NHl'TUMUIS!!  fi.   i!in:  M  fet  .SATURDAY,   SKI TKM I SKIt   C.   I DO:!  immense  Swam Niagara Rapids.  CiiHislo I J. (.'raliam swum irom  I lie   whirlpool     Ixslow   Niajiiini  h'nlls lliroii^h  (lie   lower   rnpitls  lo Ijc.wisloii, Aiigusi ;ilsi,     (irii-  liii.ui uiiidc ;i Ix't.lcr swim lliiiii lie  did   on   I lie   '.llh   oi'   Supleiulx'i-.  190],   when   Miiiule   W'illurd. al-  t em plod   lo   navijialo   the upper  rapids in   Cralinni 'is   l.arrcl   and  was siil'l'ocaletl.      Cralr-im   loday  , wore a life pre.-erver'' about   hi.-.  wiiisl and a neck lloal.      Tie  cn-  ���li'i'ctP llio    Wilier   nl,.  about :I:I7  o'clock.        The     swill   niiinin��-  cui'i-cnl whirled lhe   swimmer lo  Hie. center of the si ream and   for  nearly an hour. (Irahnin   hauled  , with t.he.waters.  As far as the Devil's' I lole il  Mppeiired comparatively easy for  (iraliaiii'J'aiid then lie plunged  into rouyh waler llial, niiiuy  limos/liiil liiiiiil'roiii,si<!>'lit. Only  once, however, was ho in daiiyoi-  A current, suddenly lossort him  toward   the  .-ihnro.   dangerously  opportunitu  For Getting a Beautiful Watch  and Chain Free-.---No Money  Required.--Every Man, Woman, Koy or Girl has the  same  Opportunity  under our  i i"  System  a.TsatanvwunaacMiA  caacsv '*��� Ja^etmsasx,  If Headauarters   for   Mining   and   Commercial   m&n.  The  ^jioiir ;\J))gbc)u)(\t]iy._, .Hyjlf'siifji'^.  'ale swimmiii"-, he just avoided  the biff'i'ock and was carried on  down stream, j I'iolpw Devil's  Hole",'"where lhe river narrows,  CJraham'had another hard battle  For a. Milne ho avus completely  hidden from view and the,thousands of spectators on the bridge  :i.nd alon��' the banlcs ���������rew. great-  .ly excited. Ho soon appeared  in the smoother waters whore  t.he river widens. ��He declined  lo enter, a boat, and swam ' lo  shore just, below the new trolley  bridii'e.    After a j-uhdowii   Cira-  'J ii  ham   said   he   fell no bad effects  from his hazardous swim.'  , The Laying- of a Pacific Cable.''  ,  The  President   has   consented  to authorize the IPaeilic Oommor-  cial Cable,,Conipany to lay a  cable  across   ilie." Pacific;  'to   the  '   Philippines,    thus ��i ondinsi'    the  ��� fi.��-ht   which 'has iWn wag-ed for  .iifteen'years by rival linns    Tho  r.Vlackiiy-Boimo1l   Company, will  probably soonbei'-in work.   'The  \ route   to   bo   followed   extends  ,'from   San    Francisco   to   Guam  and thence  ,lo   Manila., The. estimated time of layiii"' the cable  is   fourteen months from the bo-  gin triii!* of Ihe work.   l-Jeroloforr*  all ines'sn.gos liave  been   sent,   lo  the Philippines over an' Knglisli  line   from ''Hong .  Kong.      The  owners  of  this line have a f'ran-  , chise monopoly granted   liy   the  Chinese ' government.      Under  Llie favored nation  clause of the  treaty between tho Unitod States  and China the American govern  men)   has  the  right  to  claim a  similar   franchise   for an American cable company.    It is expected that a (I vantage  will be I alien  of this treaty    relation,    for   by  getting a   terminal  in China the  Pacific cable   will   then   connect  wilh   the  Atla.niic cable lines in'  China so that   message.-,   can   be  sen! to all parts of t he  world   by  American cables.  'In order Ki 1ki\ c- Dr. .\ riKiliiV Knelinh  Toxin 1'ilK placed in lln- li.nuk ol till  jM'i'r.oiii -.uflcriiifi from bad licallh Wi-  undo* lln- lollowinji' tiio-,1   liberal oiler:  If Villi will ii-tlil 11- \olir ll.'illli'llllil ;l(l-  (Ire������ nnil ttyi'cc lo -ell for n-, I u-elve  boxer, of Dr. Arnold'.-, Kn'cilish Toxin  Pill.-Ill Sir. pel' I ii i.s. we will fi'ivr you  AusuLit'i'ia.v    i-'UKi':   ,\     iikai-tiio-i,  WATCH AND CHAIN ill elllier l.ililii-  or C.'eiiH .-i/.e'. oi' your clioicc ol | uri'iii\  oilier pi'i'iiiiiiin- �����11������ 11 ti- line net- ol  .I'eAM'.lry., Kiliyr., Violin1-. .Mandolins,  Ten yen. .Silicon   Skin.-. ('aineras, eic,  lii.'llle mhci'      we      1)().\''|-     WANT     .1X1  MONKY ,liinil ttl'ler yon m'II llie I'ilk  aitcl yon ilon't have io -ejl uny more  than, li lioxe-'lo yei the preiniiini-.  Thi- i.- ti Ihiiki Mile oiler from a reliable  (.���oiicerii lhal Ini.- <"iveii llioii.-tuid- ol  (lollur- uin-1 h of pr'eniitini.- tii ayi'nt-"till  over I lie coiinlry. I ii'ineinber al-o that  Dr. Arnold^ Kn^li-h Toxin I 'ilk are :i  well known remedy for till di-etise- of  the If id ii uy ami bladder. ' Mriirlit'.i  di.ieiifte. diabule.-. rheimiiiti-in, ncrvoii.-  Lrottlilos, iind leintile I'uinplaiiil*. 'and  "ar("r-for~sa 1 C���i iy-"n"i Tii f'M-T'iTT^'T'i rff��;j ist��  and tloiilOfh in,medicine- in all pans ol  tlio world. You have only lo <.liow Uioni  to noil, llieni. Vou are not c)ITei'hi<r  boniuthinji that 1,he people don't know.  Our wtttelio- are I he re^iihir -tiiinltird  size for Ladie- and Ceiillumcu in  Nickel or Ottn Metttl ('uses wilh hum  some illuminated diak and reliable  time-keepers, watcher -neb a�� no lady  or KCiilleuiiin need lie iinhiiinod lo carry'  iind they will he >eut nliMilniuly Ic'roo  lo all who sell only twelve boxes of  lliose wotiderftil Toxin 1'ill.-. iW'rileal  once and he the lii'M in veint loeality lo  gel one of those beautiful walehe- and  eliain. A- soon a- we receive your  letter or post" card, we will .-cnd<you  post paid twelve boxes, together wiLh  our llbisti-ated^ ('ataloytte mid lieanl'k-  fully colored i'in;d with yotii- iiaine and  tiddres.- on a- our authorized ayent.  Bear in mind llitii you will not be asked to soil any im'uv tlnin 12 boxe- 'and  We DON'T ' WANT A.VV iluNHY tlllli  tifleryou have -old Ihem. We bear  the expense and tire only making this  liberal oiler a- a nmlhod of ,'idverlisiuy  Dr. Arnold's Kn^lisli Toxin' l-*ilk.  Don't delay, wriie at once and ' ctirii a  beautiful pre-ciii foi-/ your-ell for  Christina.-.   . ' , '  Address   ARNOLD   MEDICINE   CO.,  Dept.  X   132  ")(1 Adelaide Si. I'la-I. Toronto. Out.   b ��� *     "-' o  All    Modern     Cc  )nvenicnces  FORT    STEELE,    B.    C  large,  Sample ��� Eooms-��� for:   Commercial   Men.  The Mining Center of Soiith East kootenay  Your attention' is called to the  ������Pioneer Limited" trains ol the, ������Milwaukee .V St I'aul Kailway." "The only  iiorfect trains, in the world.".'       .        .'  1  ^'oll will lind it desirable lo ride on  those trains when jj'oitin to any point, in  the Kaslort! Sillies or Canada. They  connect with all Transcontinental  Trains and till Ticket Ascitis sell  tickets.  For further inforiiiafion. pttinphlpts.  etc. ;isk any Ticket   Atieiil. or  \i.   L.   KOI ID. U.S.   ItOWK.  I'ass.  AHenl, Cieneral Apent,  SI'Ols'ANK. I'OliTLAN'D.  The ii ul i mi l,ed t|imiiLities of  pay-ore, both I'roe-niillino- and  refractory, in Southeast Kootenay have eliminated the element of chance from the minin.o'  business.  "Why .  ���on should  bti.\  ���    "Fail  Pbty"  Chewing Tobacco.  , '  Because  it is llie lie-1  in'tility.'  Because  il  k the niosl  last iti^:" (  ���hew.  Because  il is (lie, hii-Ll<  -I. hi<ili  Hi'tide ."i  or 10c.  pln��  Because  t.he la<i- are v  .ihialilc  lor ]H-i-  miiiuis  Because  wcj ^uai-illilei;  every p  iijj. and  Because  votii' dealer   i  -   ant hoi  'i/ed    to  refund  your   money  if  you  ���u-e   not  salklie  1.  TlIK   1  i.MIMUK  Ton At  en Co..  Ltd.  The Largest  Mineral Areas,  and the Most  Extensive  Goal Fields on the  American Continent  are Situated in  South Kast Kootenay  / f\  'iB^f-BwAt  yi%i  - -  y r  .'. /BB-<y~-\  , *%iy <r.!L~!  JA^AlApiff IB".,. TJ  ���  -  -.v-^^j.iWl  "���>~^l.^c^v;'3���-, *      .  XB^m&'JlP''''  Crraxing and the  Ijiuinber Industry-  are Prominent  .Features of*the  0��str��ci;~"~":���" ���  , The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden-Railway willQpass  through Fort Steele and Tap the Greatest Mineral  District. .  of the  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  ANDREW    NI-IDIG  CONTRACTOR     and    BUILDER  llfll'SK AND SKINT 1'AIN'l'lNli  CAMJIMIKINTi iiml I'AI'I'li:   IIANiIINC  -     h'OliT KTERL.10,   \irC-  .}-��T*   All   work  pi'ompl.ly done  The Whole 'Story  i..  i_f J jil'j;- :   '���'.!.  in-KiUev  , (I'BltltV   ll.lVIS1.)  I'-rniii (!ii|it    !���'.   Love, I'cilicc: Sintiiiii Xo.  5,   .Miiiitroal:-   ��� ,\ c: Vie.jiKriitly. n.c- I'i.kuy  llAVI.l' I'AIN'-lill.l.KIt  till-/ilft'llH   ill flit ullllll-  ixrli. I'lmuiiintiiiiit, ulii/iii'.is, j'riiiit liiUn, I'ltil-  blitinn,, i-ntini'H,. nml nil nlliii'tiuiiH . ivliicii  tKifnll iiicn in uurL ptiMilion. ' I lutvu no licini-  liiticin in i-icyin^ iiml I'ain-Kii.i.kii i'k tin',  best ftiui'ilii 11 iiicvi* m-iir nt lintiil."  I'kimI liilcrnally unci Mxteriinll3'.  Two Sizuii, iliic. mid fillc. bottles.  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  WANTKU��� A 'l'li'l'S'l'WtlKTn V CliN-  TI.BMAX tll< LADS' ill elicit c-ciiliili In  lliilll.'ioi; liil-.illc"'i-s fur :m old c.-.|:tlilNlii'i|  Ihiiim' of Militl Ii11i111<-i:11 -.ItincliiiLi. A  -ir:ii<>hi. luntii liclc \m ckly -.tiltiry tif.-HS  |iaicl liy i-licck cucli \Vi>iIiicmI:i\ uilh  all cx|��Miii'.��. iliri'i-l Irtitii licitilc|iiiirii'i"-  Miiiii*,\ ailvaiii-i-il Im-c.viH'ii-i'^  Miuitioi'i'.  'MO I'tiMciti l!M^.. t'liii'tttid.  " Home Nursing. "  Wcf'. liiivt- rci'.cnl'ly I'l^'cii-ccl tt IkkiI;  cjiilillcd --|-Ini'iin Xursiiifj-" |iitlili.slii'il liy  the Uiiviss-'��Sc l.tiwrcni'i' <'ci.. I ,lcl.. ,Mnii-  li'cal. This pnblical inn cdiilaiiis '|ii-iic-  ticul instriit'l.ions fur tin- jicM-fnrniiiiii.-i'  (if all ollircs fjii'i-taiiiiii^-.l.ti l.lxi sii:U. Jl  Lulls' what- I.ii (In in rase of .-K-riilcliLs,  Lruat.s u'ilh iii'arly till Llio discitscs Lo  wliich htiinan . Ilosli is lioir Hi. as ucll  as coiiLtiininji many receipt,* for |ire|i;ii'-  iny.solid anil liquid food for llie sick.  No home: should lie wit hoitl a copy of  iL. ll, is'ti very .���tLlr.'icLli'e lunik ofalioiit  "ill )iayi.;s. and ran lie. obtained npoii aj.i-  plicjilion In the '-pnlil ji'ii.'i-s. Ilavis \  Luwrijiii-i; ('���).. Ltd.. Mtinlreal.. euclos-  ine- lo Lliiiin ."ifeeiils in >lani|is lu cover  Lhe axpense of mailing". eLc.  Apply to  R. L. T. Galbraith.  Townsite Office.  -&���&*>�����-> ^-^  ���; : a &-f ^ ;. ; ^a^-o-c o->->-?-,--?;  % Marysville.,  HA.LJi *fc'SMALI���Ii  Proprietors %  .Tlio, rioiioiM- llolcl.      Coinlorliiblo Diidi-ooniK. '  .First. Class  Oiiiinif   Rooin.  Best Domestic and Imported Liquors and Cigars.  The Steele House  Fort Steele,, B."C.  Ccntnilly Situated  oii  ivivcrsidi..'.'AVcniic.  Conducted   on  Up -- To- jf);ile i\ft:tliods.  -  'I'lie Ijcst Bar In Town.  D.'IKEcIVreish  PROPK/IRTOR,  if  ****X*.*?^**&&^^^^  &.  �����  s ^Iirc  PRORPECJTOU,  FORT STI5RLR,  TJ. C,  SEPTEMBER P.,   \M-2.  North Star Lodge  tio. 30.  A. F. AND A. M.       C. It.  ����� <"  FORT STKl'-.l.l'.   II, O.  Refill!"'    iiifi'tliif".--!','.    'I'll.-sil.iv   111   cni-li  UlOlllU IlluiKllloVloi'lt \ l-lllll!-'  l'.li'tlll'l'll Hie  cordially Invltctl  Elli ltlvcr r.oiluo. 1'Vnilc urtiltii- meet In,'"-  heiJ Hist Vi-lilny 01 ciicli iiKi'iili  (,'rnnLiiool; Loil��<\ riiiiilnnol.. ri't'iiliii- inct'l-  lu^s lield on llie ililid T!iiii".iliiv "t c_-:u-li iii����iilli  H  I.  MaIM-ek  Secretary  SATUImTaY^  SKl'TK-MUKi; 'ii,  mr>  Rocky Mountain Chapter  ,  NO. 12"). R. A. M.  FORT STRRT.K. H. O.  Regular mi'r'iiiia-'    -nd Tnriihiv in  each inoulli m eiyhi oVluclc.  Si/jouriiins.; C'oinptinioiw iirl' eol'ilially  inviiccl.  II.'L. T. flAl,HI!Ai;i'll Scribe 10,  Professioneil.  Geo  S  Mrl.'urter -I   A   lluvi-i  HARVEY & MoUARTKK  Bui'i'intfrs,   Si'lirilur*.        1  A'ullllii-K    1'lllllU |  '" ' ('niirrilOill'ri-< ill'.   n    '  .   FORT  STIOl'U.IO,  B. '('- ' - -0  q-njrrLnnjanjaru-uijiru-iJiririn^  �����"'MORRISSEY, B. C.     1  \ Tlie Industrial and Pay Roll |jj  I Center of East Kootenay.  \       THE CROW'S NEST  * SOUTHERN RAILROAD  Will Run Trains Into Morrissey Within  Five Days.  ���:-TwmTmmmw,mnMwmnnmmMm*  I   LOCAL/NEWS.  ��  ^.jiiiuiAiiaaiiuiiaiiiiiiUumiaauuuU':-  A niiinbor ol' Siooliics iirn talc  iny iii ilio oxpo.sition ;M Calgary.  Dan Miiiiroo brotigbi down  -tonic boaiitil'ul .v.ijouiuions ol' guld  quart7. l'rnni 'PtM-rs orook Salnr-  dny last.  Don't loi-ii-ot Hi.*' Ubarity liall  in aid ot the Fort Sioolo hospital. Wi'din'sday. Nojitonibor 17,  Monday. "Labor Dav". v\:.s!| ' I'pon' Iho co.nplolion ol I lill's 'mad to Tl.i.s point, Iboro  ohsoryod'as a g'Mioral holiday at j|? will ,ho moro labor oinployod in I in* .Uorrissoy mums and ou  Sii'olo. , iplihoir   t"n M *  oolco tivons Ihitn in any olhur'sooiioiiol' Kasl  h'oolo-  -,  I tji ' , ,  ! 2 n-'i V'  A   hiru.0   ouuiip;   parly   oauioi? ....     ...      .. ���>    n   vt  nvor   Lruiii    Cranhrook    Monday JS; MoiTlSSeV   lias   il  ,lll.H   l?a.V   lv * > 11   i>0\\      ���  and visiloil tho Wild lloi'so .'O'l'k ji^; '  plaoer mini's. igc'Koi' informal ion apph on Iho v round or wrilo lo  THOMAS CRAHAN. Agent.  Morrisscy,  l>. (1. jj  . , ih' ���" * - O  io!' i-hiolcoiis wo iv liaiiirou. j^uuu-uumnju-uu-ui^uuuu-LRjuuu^  This   will   oive   us   Competing   inuispni-taiiiiii   linos  ijund i-onscf|ueutlv, low livi^lil ratos.  l.ooaS sports \Voro oni   Sunday j 15  in lull foi'i'o.'    A   lariro   imnihor ] {-j.  -5  ,  ta-.ii iisho.-n,on"wo,.t to wild j ��jnwmwJW!NflT^  Horsr-  orook,   Litih,'   Dull   river !-~ -,, . v    ��./��,-    / > t vi    i-rrrMh  TMK =3  and    Saw.niil     orook     Kuiidiiv. i-r 1    CAN    >(>l'    (.AN   AIIlilNl)   MIL ^  ami    ^awiiini     oioon     .-iiiini.i^ ��� j ��~  So\oral good oati-ho< aro roporl- '��~  ���1 ,_  " TrVvkt-ktok R'K'rATTOx'iriKi cio'f.nuN-!-|-cci���'  ,1    COLLECTIONS       PROMPTLY ^. MADE, j       TllOrO    \V!i>    l\    social     IllCV't ill<>'   : ������'of iho ladies of Fori   Sioolo   r-Yi-  "W    R.'   ROSS iday   io  oomploto   anaii��rouionl.s  1    '        * 1 ; for lhe Chiirity Dall.  ' Barrister  ���9lh ANNUAL  NOTARY    PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER.   .  solicitor, F0i't Steele iieoplo arc laliins'jsr  joutintrs ai d'uTerem points ii'j^  'Somhea.sL Kootonay.' some hunt- j*^  pWANriNTERSmTE FAIR I  Spokane, Wash. |  OcUvbcr (ithao 14th, ���!JK)'2  Inclusive.       g  Fori ''Steele.   H.   0  FOKT STEEr.E  DKVlII.OrMKNT SYNDIOATK LTD  138 LetiilL'tititiU SlrPBl   Loinlcin   ICnirl.iiu'.'  a  i     ,  N. A. WALLINGER,       ' FORT STEELE.  POST 01''FU'|.'. IIOX S.  TT-iO-M A S    Mfi'V I TT1 K  i '<,  Fort. Steele D.C.  GRASSICK   &   DEMPSEY.  CONTRACTORS  '     i AND  0   13UIB1JBRS.  VorB Steele' B.C  \ng (Uhors lishing.  There is no dimiumion  i  \,m~''C^J. y^T I foi'M'S,    1 !<)�����',  It     UIO i i_  FINE   EXHIBITS   IN  Ifoi'M'S, 1 !<)�����',  1^,  COHN  TAILOR  AND  IMPOltTISU Ol'1  FINE.WOOLLENS  Rocky Mountain Avenue  Port Steele, B. G.  Fort Steele  Diamond Jubilee  m,ssB.moss. MOSpital  MArmir..  Omditau: of'si. LuIck-^ Ho-,pit'il  Vmifoiiwi, " l-  Thid TnatiMUinn'him Ii.'l-m oi'cont 1 \  enlarged by a in-w wit)i,r whic-h ii now  open for i'f('u|jiion of piUiunU. l-'nr  teruid apply tu  Miss Foi.som,    or   .i. P. Smith, Si-r.  Mill.i'01). I-'ort s I.-. IM".  T. 6. Armstrong  Fort Stkki.i-:. P.. C  MANUFACTURER   OF  Tinware, (lalvani'/ed Iron. Kin-el  Iron,   Stove   Pipes   a'nd  Copjierware  BUILDINGS HEATED :������'i��l VENtlLAT'ElJ  c    Phiiiibiiig,   Pipe  .lilting' and   all  kinds of sanitary work  ' ' fllr Tiaht���Hot Blast Stovris  Hyd rail lie.'   and    Air    Pip'-s    for  Mines     , .   i  SPWCJIAL   ATTKNTION    I'AID    TO  JOH   WORK  i i if iu  t^  iii^iiiiiiii.i.i.v...    ...    ."*     *.��� j . ���.     . >  \l' I  work of liavvcstiiijr in the KooU-|��Ti:ne    Al"tS    ExlllDlt    i-:xi.i��''.ii*  nay, valley.      Farmers   rushing jr= J- J-110    XXJ- uc?    ���*-*-��-"'J-*-'-��'1'  gFruit Exhibits n.l'Nf.^wL  the'hindi'i-s are rapidly clearing,  the field'.-. Tht1 yield is heavy  and of good quality.  "Reports from Trae'y ereek continue to be very e.ncouraging.  Considerable prospecting is going on there, and a number Of  prospects are being developed  with good results.  Dan Monroe has presented lo  Tut: Prospkctoi; cabinet of  ores, a specimen of gold quartz  thai far exceeds in richness anything 'hal has hitherto heen discovered in ihe district. ,   ,  A plain fjitii^iion: Do you really ��<-i  tho only I'!iinki)lc>i---Pi-rry Davis'���  when you ask for it? Belter he sure  ihat) sorry. Il ha�� noi, in 00 years, failed io fatop ..hwiiiiitisij Mid pain in ihe  bowels.  Some men who get up with  the lark prefer a swallow the  tii-st thing iu the morning.  Tlie biggest single feature of  the great Spokane interslale  fair this fall will' be fhe horse  racing. Manager Jeffries of I ho  racing department has booked  something like 300 of the best  harness-and running horses Ihat  will visil the Pacific norlhwesf  'his fall, and promise.-.; every one  who attonils a run for their  iiiiinev.  GEARY   &  DOYLE.  I    Llveru, Feed & .Sale Shihln.  ' Korl, SU'idf  l'..C    .  '' Riiguhir   Daily   Slti^c   mi'i'in   till  traiiiH at, Fort. .S|c;i:1cpi .liitic-l ion.  SADDLti iV l'ACK  1 lOUSKir  1KAMINQ OF ALL KINDS A SPKC1ALTV  The mines of Souih. TOast  K'oolonay will boar tho most  ritikl iin-esligalion.  .Mount Pelee has had a second  outbreak and wiped out. the town  of Morne Koiiiie. A tidal wave  .it the same time-drowns about,  i'o0 ]ieo]de. ''  The entire hoisting plant,  pumping station and shaft house  of the Alice Consolidated (iold  \- Silver Mining Co. was destroyed by tire Saturday last.  Tbo loss is estimated at ^ltxi.iiiio  St.  John's Church of England.  Kervics will bo hold in the  Church ol St. .lohn tho Divine  every Sunday evening at 7B) except on the Ihird Sunday in each  iiionlli when the .soryicn. will be.  field iit 11: o'cioc.k: a,ni. by ilio  vicar, tlie liev. It. I'Joocha.iu.  Holy "(p'oitiniiuiion will be aih  iiVinisfercd at-.' fhe close 'of the'  yoi-Vice.    .     ���.  Si ra tigers 'are welcome.  1'KKKIlVTKK.IAN   (il I C IM .'I I.   .  Divine Worship ',��� wl-'i!. be bold  -,������'��� ||||. Presbyterian ' 'hnroh  every S.-i.bhath evening ^ at 7:o!'  .o'clocli, exettpl I be fuurlh Siin-  day in ���'iifli inoiitli when the sei--  ���vicfs   will   l>e   held   at    I I o'clock-  a.ni. ���    ���   ,   '   .  ��� Kahhalh School every ���Sunday  at llillf li.'isl. two o'elot-'  gEig^lit Day Racing :*wnt.,,si! n,i  (g  lARTiciiltural Exhibits ^nii'ici!!1" 3  $25,000 IN PREMIUMS  ��   'hiKST  iNfLTSI(;-Ainiibi.'lni'iil-eNlra(ii'iliiiai'y.    <Joiii:i-��^inii prb'ih'H'e-. nl ^3  S^idl lcindr. for'sulc.    Write for caUiloytte. (I KO. 11. M A 111 I N . ^5  J^f FKAXK'  I.KAICR.  Ath-i'i'lisiiiH AyoiiL. .Msr. nail hec: y. 3  ,    KOOtenaY   ,    Boundary Line *Jr  -1 Tobacco Plains,  Hotel ��� .*  *  *  it'  *  B. C.  c  1  JULES HUREL. Proprietor.  GOOD     ACCOMMODATION    l-Vjll   'I'fLA VIJLUNG     MKN  0 4  A b'irat, Olass Home  Sliioe line leaves Kootenay Hotel for Elko on Monday and  *  #  #  t��f Friday at S a in.    Leaves I^IU  Hotel   on Tuesday and Sal 111  J? day at ti a.m. r ty  M  Oook'e Cotton Boot Compound  la sncceBdfully uBed monthly by oyer  ^ViO.000 Ladled. Safe, effectual. Ladlcsaak  >* vour druggist torCook'i Colloa RmI Con-  CANADIAN  itamiB.   ni Oook��,��t��> Wind**, Oal.  respoDdlWe lirugglum la Cttuadn.  1 O  Nn.-;. 1 tuul 2 Mild  in   l-'oi-i- Sti'i'le  tiy  A. W. lili-a-iloll. I)rtiuyi-t.  Tho Best Is Nono Too Good For You  Ami wi- can Itirni-li >oit witli t.lio  m;S'l' 'for no niori' llifin yon iniii'il. I,:l>'  lor ilu- woiiS'i', thcrc'l'tirc. tlon'l, throw  away "iiinl nioii'-'y for |)ocir .-.r-i'vico, lull  il i-'citi are f^oinu l-'.a-'l- "��� I'-o-e Irii-iuK  r.iniiii-' W.'-i. l'-l in U'll you wlial wn  .���an .ill.il'on Cliifaif... \V:i-hiny 1011. New  Yuri;. I'.oitcin. Si. I.oiii-'. N��'w Orleans.  Moni|)lii-i. and till inl.-rnieiliali: |>oint*.  f ��ur rail-, arc: laid 111 loin Icen dillcrenl  ,iui."> <d lln- t'nion.  f.iniiiiuiiic'.aii-      wilh    11-    reuiiriMiiM  I'ri-inlit   anil   liti"-.eii��i'i'   M'rvii'i':   11 - tt  |i|i-iisiiri' lo i-u]il\  lo your lc-lter.  .1. ('.  I.IN'USKV. 1'..  II. TUI'Mlll'U..  ���r. F. \- I', a.    * 'tiiiiiiii'i'cial Ancnl.  l-l.-l Tliii-d  St..    I'tirlltinil.   Ori'^'onf'  C'.liOir   jn-acti'-'!   oyory  Thurs  day evouino' at. 7::!o oV.locl:.  Pastor:    A. L. MACDOUGALL  Nopth Star  Mining (lo.,- -Limited.  WOOD,  'liiil.-ewill lie rei'.-i'i-e.l I'cir llie, rul-fiuy  ami cli'livcry <>f t'lf followiu" wih'hI: '.  litltl   I'lll'ds c.f   I    foul-.,    '  ,*,0 I'linln uf   '���'-    fool..  ,',()'.'.I I'l I ri of A  Tliol,  li  illl'll.  |.-,tl ,'inils of   IS.   "'I.  and H im'li.  ���|'|M. u- ifiujPlii' i:ul ami liauletl williin  lid lIll.VM.        '���'''.  .l'.i.isiliusl  lie   ailcli'c'.sM'd    Nurlli'   Sflar  Minin;; < 'oin|ian.v.   K i 1111 .<-i*l>', 11. O.  Sn .ihl'iil'liiildor will In- r.'i|iiii'c'il   to  I'ui-'nisli    lioticls   e.|lial    lei (.lie luiiouul. Of  t;t 1111 t'ai'l. j  Niiiri'ii  S-r.vi: .MiNiNi:   Com can v.  RIT.AD.  THE PROSPECTOR.  RAILWAY  World's Scenic Route  DIRECT LINE  KAST ' W'KST  WiiiniiH'i; New ,\Vi\-.lniitistiM'  'I'cironlo Viuii'dliver  Oittiwa                    ���   S'ieloria  M oni real S!t:iH wax-  Si. .Inliu l)aw-..in  llaliftix Seal lie  Knsloij I'lirtlaml  .N'exx  N'orli' San ll'ran.'iM'o  l.'I'I'KIt  I.AKK S'l'KA.MKlIS  l.c-ave   l"'nrl    Williiun   Sunday, 'rues-  ilay and I'Yi.lay.  '  Via Soo Line  Si:   Paul.    Diihilh.    Chicago  Tourist Sleeper Service  MAST  l.e.'ix-e   Dtiiiiiini-i' .Inn.-lion   daily   for  Si. I'attl.  KniilI'li.ix  l.andiiiL'.    Tiieiilay  and Saturday lur Turciiilu ami till   I0:e-l-  crii I 'ciinl--.  W KST  l.eai'c' KeX'.elsliiU..! dtiily    I'o.)'   Sc'all.li'.  Vaiieoiix'i'r and eimsi.cilies.  ���   .  Tlii'ou^'li    Viekets   I.o I'liit'iipe   vist   all  A I la 11 lie. lilies.  1        ���       "      -   ' ��� . '    '     ���  I 'ri'|iaid   liekcls    from    all  lii'iiiil.s at. lowest rales.  Knr 'full    |i:irt.ii-iilues   apply   lo    loeal  !i.��:entr|. .' ?  j.S. CARTER. K. J. C0YLK,  Di's. Pass. Agt. A. (J.,P. A.  Nelson. Vancouver  J.   HIGH WARDEN.  PIQNKKR   BARBKRSH0P  rOyei-y tiling ���'Strictly l^irst Cla.ss.  Next door to the Prospector.  IThc Canadian BaiiK oi commerce 1  i. , , *���  >- ' uf.--jii-��  ni.'PlPB 't'OilONTO. %  HEAD OI--FICE--TOHONTO.  I'aid up Capital .^,(1(10,(111(1:  Ite-erx-e Ktiml -W,6(H),0I)I):  A re..al.- I toMiurre* ( h-er tliri.dnn.lKMl.  London Dl'Iico: im I.oiiihnril -itri'i-'t, 1-:. ��'..  Vow   ^l>lK Ol'l ice:   I <I l.\cliiiiii;c I'lnco.  V- '      '                                                                                            %  #' *  * And C.S brancliei in Canada, llie United Sisilei and lii-ilisli Coliiiuliia.       *  f '                                      i  * *  I Cranbrook. Branch.               HUBERT HAINES, Manager.  %  V*����*<-*****ii!*'*'*4'Vw*4 if.<(<|.?i:<-^v*v��*fr^*****��**i'***P*******:**  msli.GoiiiinDiaPoueruGo.Ltd.   Lm��� VIOTOKIA,  1��. C,  MANUI-'AOTUUEUS    Ol''  *    V I T RIPIED   *  'SALT  GLAZL-lD-SEWl'R   PIPES.  A I.I.   K TNI>S OK  Sanitary   Pit tinp-s.' A��'rieiill nral   Drain   Tilo,   PIowcm' Pols,  Terra (Jolla, Chiinnoy I"��ip����� and F\\to,   Limn"',   iMiiiiinoy   Tops.^  I<vire    P.riok-,    F]ro   Clay.      All    ls"nid<i   oT' l��'irp  Clay   floods  Assavers' It'iirnaros, olo. mado. to order.  Oriiamcnlal Garden Border Tiles, Vases, Etc.  Cement,  Plaster  of Paris, Lime,  and, Al) Kinds of Ornamental  Plaster, Work  a-  CARLIN  & DURICK  (il'Nl'KAI.    mV.KCIIANTS  I oil  Sleele,  Sole' Agents for ihe.  Hast  i'   ,       '.  Kootenav.  Ciiitoii Steel  COMPANY  This Ktki:i. is fruaranloecl to \>o e<|iial��!o .losspp's or   Kivl.lis in all  oil AliD  ItoUK   W'OliK. ���- '    '  SOLK AOKNTR  COMPANY  SOl.R    AfilONTS  Grows Nest coal  Giant Powder Gompanu.  Mining  Supplies a0Specialty.  i <-  Agents for tliu   MAKRRY    IIAIiRIS    CO.,  Uniiteil.  Farming   Implements.  ^!mmmmmmt?m!mmniOTmwmmnfmnimmmmg:  1 N. HANSON, I  General iyierel-icint ANU  ,l^ic|A.ior' Detilei'.  :3  ��:      M'aniirai-.tiirer ol' all K'inds ol'T.iiinher,       A la.rii'e assort-  ZZ~        -      men!, of seasoned -lainiher n.nd Shingles always  g~- on' hand  |~ D1MKNRION      l.UMMKIl      A      SPECIALTY.  |      WflSfl. - -    BG.  ^uuiatiiuiuuuiuiuuiiiiiitiistuiutiautimuuitumwuiu^  "Tiie^ario "Restaurant  THE MOST  UP-TO-DATE  I  PLACE IN KOKT STEELE. j  WM. ROBINSON.  Proprietor  Kvcirylliin"  Cooked  "AS   Vol'    1.1 K10   IT."  Port    Steele  Brewing    Go.  .'��� j-ORT STRRLE,   B,Cf 7"  '   '  MANUKACTIIKKI^S     aii.t     UIM'lWRliS    Oh1'   KXTRA    FiNfi^  BEEK  ^  PORTER  SOLD    BY    THE    BARRKL,    KEG    OR    ^OTTLED  Bottled beer for family use a specialty r  OUTSI \)K OlttDIOIiK'fi I VRN STRICT "�� PliOM P'T ATTENTION J  SATISFACTION.duARANTEED tk^MSJ  Mutz & Scott, Prop's-

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