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 Uurui-/ ol Lotf A��  v^JslativM^  sep 27 1904     ��  Voi. 70.  EOJZT STEELE, 13. C, SATURDAy, SEPTEMBER 24; 1904.  No Sf).  DISTRICT  MINING NEWS.  Of Interest to Those Engaged in  the   Development of the  J'' Mining Industry.  Sullivan G roup of Minos will be  a large prodiicer anil employ a  considerable I'oreo of mi tiers.  Roasters at the Marysville  smeller, are expecloil lo be doing  business next month.  There is not it mining camp in  tlie Fori Stooie Mining Division  that has not enjoyed increased  activity during Ihe past .six  months,  Mining activity in .Southeast  Kootenay is largely due to the  proposed construction of the  Kootenay Central Railway.  "The Gold River Mining and  Power Company's big- placer  camp on Bull river'is rapidly .being developed to a stage of'production. The pay dirt lies al  the bottom of a deep canyon,  and is under a layer of river  wash.  The' past summer has soon a  large amount,, of work done on  Wild Horse creek.  The Sullivan Group Mining-  Co., at Marysville,, has been  working a large force' of in enduring the past, six months, tak-  ' ing down , the old, and raj sing  the. new smelter, and hurrying  ;.ho new plant' lowards completion. '     "   c'  The Tiger-Poorman Company,  operating on the North Fork of'  Wild Horse creek is at present  developing their ,property and  taking out high-grade copper  ore, in anticipation of transportation being furnished upon the  completion^!" the Kootenay Central Railway. .  Prichard is a mining camp 'in  the valley of Bull river, it opens  from -a gorge or canyon into a  park, which is a charming sunny  pla.ee for a mountain camp,, the  altitude being about :-!,000 feet,  it is close to the mountains': yet  gets the sun all day. .- Fen wick  mountain rises up sharply on the  southeast side of Bull river,  where some forty' locations have  been make pu a large deposit of  hematite iron. Bull river has a  great abundance of water,  sufficient for power and hydraulic  purposes, also domestic purposes The winters are mild  with very little snow., There  are many good opportunities in  this camp and vicinity, and these  can be had now on terms that  are attractive.  There   is    unquestionably   an  ..abundance of ore in the' hills.-in  the vicinity of   Hull   river,   of  a  profitable  grade   to    handle,    if  capital and skill can be applied.  Hopes for the resurrection of  quart/, mining on Boulder and  Wild Horse creeks, so long and  justly famed for its placer gold  production, amounting to upwards of &>0,000,000 is centered  upon the immediate construction  of the Kootenay Central Railway  , On Wild Horse creek, four  miles from the town of Fort  Steele aire some good placer,  which have been worked continuously since J86;'.. There is an  abundant supply of water .for all  practical mining purposes! The  extent   . of     productive  (rood Progress.  tlie  K'ootenay  -li  The survey foi  Central liai I way through thi  valley is proceeding at a'good,  rale and 'the general opinion is  growing st ronger'evcry day that  construction will follow immediately once the survey is completed. One reason advanced  for this is thai a rumor is alloal  that the Government has ordered  that all freight train's over the  Big Hill miiftt in future carry  only about one-half the loaded  cars they have in the past: thus  the company is in haste to complete this line. However, this  rumor cannot be traced to any  reliable source ���Wilmer Out  crop. _   ��� ' ��� - POLITICAL   BRIEFS  THE, WATER IS TURNED ON  JPbe     perry    Creek , -Hydraulic  , pleteri ]ts B*g DitclV  urned  Creek  The Dominion Elections���Activity  in Liberal Quarters.'  placer  BuT  ground is increasing,  quart/, mining properties, are in  the prospective stage, though  some dikes carrying values, in  gold, silver, copper and lead,  evenly distributed, give promise  of being paying mines,' when  adequate means of transportation  for ores is furnished. .  A small force, of men is employed at the Sullivan mine, and  the hoisting plant and compressors are.being put in shape  for active, work. When fairly  under way it is believed that the  Winnipeg���It  is   reported  on  good authority that orders  have  been  sent out  from  Ottawa  to  Liberal   candidates   throughout  the west to at'once Reject returning   officers   and   forward   their  names to Ottawa.   No exact date  is mentioned, but it is understood  that    polling    will   take   place  within seven weeks.  /Toronto���Liberal     circles    in  this city are said to have definite  information   that   the   Dominion  general' elections   will    be  hold  either" on    Thursday  November  10th or Tuesday November Lith.  ''Nelson���Even   bets are  made,  that     Conservative     candidate  'Mackintosh will land  in ' Kootenay before his Liberal opponent  '���Big     Bill"     Gallaher,   "leaves  Ottawa.      Other   bets  are being  made that neither will make   the  race, if the country goes against  ���their respective parties.      If the,  Liberals   'carry,.,   the    country,  Mackintosh      will ���    give      his  opponent a clear trade.      If   the  country goes Conservative, '��� Big-  Bill" will do as'Joe Martin is doing in Vancouver, attend strictly  to his practice of law and   leave  politics alone for a 1 imp.���Nelson  Tribune.  The Nelson Tribune claims  the right to make election ��� guesses as. well as  Eastern papers, and deals out  the following guess for the  benefit of its readers: "The  elections will not take place this  year: but "if they do. it is not  going to be a walk-over for Ihe  Liberals, as it was in 1000. The  Conservatives will niake.gaius in  i  Quebec and the maritime provinces; they will hold their own  iu Ontario: they will make gains  in Manitoba anil the Northwest.  In British Columbia; Victoria,,  Nanaiino, Vancouver and West  minster will split, even, Kootenay  Yale-Cariboo and Comox-Atliii  will go as the country goes'.  WILL  PASS^0VER"GR0W LINE  AST MONDAY the waters of Perry Creek were  ''mm their course and into the Hume of the Perry  Hydraulic Mining Company. The event is the beginning of n new  era.in mining on the famous creek. For many years much desultory mining has bec;i done and considerable gold taken out. Mosl  of this was from the surface and by such crude means as tho impecunious prospector and'placer,mi nor had at hand. Long acquain,,  tar.ee with the stream convinced many tliat gold was distributed  throughout the gravel, of not only the present stream, but in old  channels aud upon deeper bedrock. Prospecting upon these  theories have produced good results, and the creek is attracting  people of means and mining skill necessary to work it on a large  aud profitable scale. ' , '     "  The largest aud most interesting.of these is the Company whose  plant is just completed. For three years the company has been,  prospecting the ground and equipiug the situation with Humes,  pipelines and monitors. These- things have required an expendi-  tare of !?li(),0OJ. Roads, trails, tramways and sawmills had lobe  built     All those are-completed and'mining operations begun.  k Done. ' ���       '  and freight which is now obliged  to pass over the main line. it  would also open up new fields of  enterprise in East Kootenay.  and might, make Fort Steele tlie  wholesale center of a vast mining district. '   '  ,  ft is necessary to see Ihe  country and to ride through it in  order lo realize the great possibilities of this vast territory. To  look over ihe immense area  under cultivation, the line herds  of cattle and.horses, tho-'unlimit-  ed forests of line timber, and Ihe  developed and partially-developed mineral resources, the observer is so impressed as Id  wonder that ho transportation  has reached'tliis most promising  district.  BULL RIVER ITEMS  WANTED  Rooms  for Government  Offices.  What  Will h  ��� The ground'to be piped away is a ridge or mound some distance above the bed of" tho present stream, and at the falls of  Perry f.Grcck. <���- This ridge is the result of the filling in oT the  channel'of an ancient" bed of tho creek.' Prom the .botlom to the  top of the ridge is 'a distance of GOO feet.' .All' the water of Perry  Creek has been'brought to the top of this ridge, by Hume and pipeline five miles long. From' a penstock on top of the mountain  water is brought down to the bottom and connected wilh.hydraulic  *~ < t. r i  monitors. -     ,       ,    '  Pressure at this point, is about 400 pounds to the square inch.  Two ol these monitors are set up,and connected, and their capacity  to cut away gravel is something wonderful. The water al the  present time is not sufficient to run more than one giant, and it is  not the Company's intention to mine on a large scale this Fall, but  will do everything necessary to have things in shape in the .Spring-  to use water to the best advantage. The results will be watched  with much interest. Other capable people of moans arc studying  the situation, and other large enterprises are in contemplation.  LOCAL NEWS.  Ben   1-1 tickle  visited   the   Bull  river placer camp Thursday.  Harry Reinoinan. mine host at  the Imperial, has been quite ill  during the past week.  Mr. and Mrs:' Win. Langley  visited Craiibrook' on Monday  last.  ���It may be a false alarm, but it  is reported that Bill Tattle has  leased the Hume Hotel at Nelson  Emil Banks and Jock Thomp  son, who have been at Perry  creelc for the past mouth returned .to Steele Wednesday.  specting coal and timber propositions iu ihe Flathead valley  last week.  George Geary   went to   Canal  Flat  Friday.  ,   Tom Roberts was at Craiibrook  Friday on business.  Sam A. Jackson, representing-  Moore & Mo watt. Brockville,  Ont.. was a guest at the Imperial  Thursday.   ���  J. Brown, of the Consolidated  Stationery Company, Winnipeg,  was registered at tho Imperial  Wednesday.  Events are justifying the condemnation by sensible  people of  the parties who manipulated the  precipitate removal of  the government offices from   this  place  to Craiibrook last May.    instead  of calmly waiting the rapidly approaching   time  when  'the government would have been  justified in constituting three mining  divisions  out of   the   old   Fort  Steele District���t he policy loudly  advocated by broad  minded inch  here���and   c"providing    suitable  offices in Pernio as well as Craiibrook, and  Fort Steele, with   a  full, but reduced staff of officials  iii each place.     These schemers  secured  a   hasty order-from the  government,'  and   book's,   documents, officials and even our Hag  and flag rope' wuroyriislicct "over  into  a" then  unoccupied,schobl-  room.       Now   the   Government  Agent has been notified that the'  building    is  needed  for   school  purposes." and  he  must  vacate.  What a farcical situation!     flow  Ihe 1-lorald's readers over   hereabouts   must , have    smiled   on  reading Mr. Armstrong's  advertisement for "Rooms suitable for  government,    offices."       Seeing  this  advertisement  one  of   our  citizens, we are  informed, wrote  Mr.   Armstrong   in  .this   strain:  "That the government, still owns  the large building in Fort Steele  'which  he  was"  in   such an unseemly   hurry   to  leave   in May  last, that, it is largely unoccupied  that  its  doors   will   be   thrown  Avide  open   to welcome back the  staff."'     Then   the   writer  asks  doubtingly:     "Can   one dopart-  A�� Weekly Budget of-News Prom  the New Placer Camp.  The weather is very  favorable  for work.  The atmosphere being ���  cool, aud while  frosts  have  already visited other  valleys,   we  have seen none here.  Manager D. y. Guinter enjoyed  the hospitalities of Colonel and  Mrs. Henderson last Sunday.  G.   E.   Henderson   and   D.   S.  Guinter with a,.team and   wagon  went to'Wardner for lumber last  week'  returning  at   a  late; hour.,,  Coming up the cooley   just  east-'  , o I  of Burnt Bridge creek,   broke  a  clovise    from    one ' whittle-tree,,  when' the wagon drew the team  for some distance down the hill,  luckily- doing��� no   more  damage,  then they led the team to  camp.  This   is   sufficient   evidence   of  what is needed in the  repairing  '       ..      . * ~  of the roads.  c  Work   has  already   begun  on  the'dam, under  the  supervision"  of President Henderson, who  is  an experienced dam builder, and ,  who will have full charge of .the'  work this fall.   Tho manager being, called east on other business  Charlie Reynolds has built'the  first boat to ply on Bull river,  which is intended for use during  the construction of the dam.       ' '  Prof. Richardson has .commenced swamping and skidding  of logs for the sawmill which wo  hope to have in operation in ' a  short.time. '        :  A building  20  by  30 is being  built , for  a residence.and office  which   will .be "very much qore  ���  pleasant  am:  the    present  colder weather  !   comfortable    than'  quarters    during  G-eneral Manager's Monthly Report  Prichard,. B.C.. Aug. :u, lUn-l  Office of the Bull River Power  and Light Company. ' ,   ,  To the Stockholders:  I hereby respectfully submit,  for your consideration a report  of the work done during the  month of August.  Tho work was continued with  the same energy of previous  months.  We have leveled to dam location and found this to be the  most difficult and expensive work  on   the  whole line, as it is solid  rock work which has to be  men! of the provincial adminis- j drilled from eight to ten feet in  tration dump another into the ! depth aud blasted,  street?*'    Then he closes by per-  CP.R. President Leaves Coast for  the Kootenay.  ; Victoria. September, lil.���-Sir  Thomas Shaughnessy and party  'left' today for tlie Kootcnays.  They1 will visit the. Okanaga.ii  valley, taking in the towns of  Vernon, Su miner I a, ml aiid Peach-'  hind whore large tracts <>l" irrigated land are now under fruit  culture.  Iii the course of an interview  Sir Thomas Shaiighiicssy- said  that it was the intention of the  company'to constructs line from  Ponticton to Ruby Creek and  a so branch lines in the Flathead  country and the Windermere  district. ."'��� I ,'  A'largo amount of supplies  were sent to the ' Bull River  placer camp during the past  week'.  Win. Burrow, who spent last  week in hunting big game in the  vicinity of Skookum Chuck, returned Thursday. Mr. Burrow  succeeded in killing a fine large  buck.  R. L. T. Galbraith returned  fro nra n official visit to -the. Indian  reserve'.at Tobacco Plains Monday. ' ���  There are more mine's sacking  ore 'in" the Windermere.district  right now than ever before, says  the Golden Star. ���  Trout Jishing is again good al  tlie majority, of-the. creeks and  rivers iii ...tlie vicinity of Fort  Steele.  ���  A forest lire, was .burning Sunday, last on Wild lior/ie creelc' in  the' vicinity of the Tit for Tat  group of mines. ..      -    ���  A   few -mining and lumbering  dea.l.s are now under way  tliat   if  completed, will 'add 'greatly to the  industrial    .prosperity    of    East j  Kootenay,  Kootenay Central Survey.  The Kootenay Central survey  party were camped at Canal Flat  during the past, week. Over IL'fi  miles- of the .survey between  ���Golden and the -Crow's Nest  branch, has been completed.  The construction-of the north  and soutii road through tho  Columbia and. Ivootonay valleys,  binding together the two sections  of Kast, Kootenay is a matter of  vast importance to the mining  industry of these districts, in -a.  recent interview at Vancouver,  Sir'Thomas Shaughnessy. -president'of the C. P. R., foreshadowed  the immediate construction of a.  line, from the Crow's Nest branch  tincntly admonishing the to-.be-  ejectod agent, not to be "bluffed"  but to show some of the governmental inertia which it is a great  pity was not more in evidence  over here last May.  President to See Primate.  Washington, D.C., Sept. 2'6.~  Elaborate preparations have  been made for the entertainment  of the Archbishop of Canterbury  and his party .who arrived in  Washington today for a .visit of  several days. President Roosevelt will receive the distinguished visitor and his party at tlie  White House tomorrow, and  Bishop Saterlee will give a large,  reception coinplimentary to, the  Archbishop tomorrow evening.'  This reception will be the first  important 'social function 'of the  season, .in ' Washington'.. ��� The  Archbishop ' Bishops" Saterlee  and Doane and their \yivcs will  form 'the receiving line. The  British Ambassador, Sir Henry  Mortimer Dtirand, , anil Lady  Durand will be present, as will  many   members  of   the    British  This came to us unexpectedly,  as the rocks were hidden and we  came in contact with them in  shoveling.  We have part of this done and  the men now. are at work at- the  dam location. ���  We hope to be able to give you  a most ilattering report in our  next issue.  Respectfully Submitted.  Attest: D. S. Gl'lXTtUt,  W.A.Chishol.m,    Gen. Manager  Foreman. ,  7,P.o! Fort Steele, B.C.   '  At,the Butts.  The FortSteeie Rille  ation held their regular  shoot on Saturday laist. y  The. following is the score:  Assoc!-  weekly  Andrew Devlin   and  Al   Pago.  I to Golden through the'. Kootenay '��� Embassy staff, the affair   having  j and Columbia valleys.  prominent minin  men from   th  he   building of the Kootenay  Coeur d'A.lene country, were in-'1 Central may divert   some   Iravel  an Official nature for them,  although not for officials of the  Washington administration.  Iv.'rsliaw  I'Yasi.r  l.'iininiiii^s .1  < '���  Coolr... Win.  Carter '  ll.olian.il.   -    ,  Miili'i-  Noiilijr  Wiilsli  Clark  LillO  ���' 11  i::'  11:  18  IT  111  ."'ill  ,    !!  aOO    I it HI    Total'  .10  IS  Hi  ir>  L'.'l  tS  21  l-l  Hi'  ' '.S  ���I  ��� ��  ���1  M  The  Total  , next  ���"    i-sy , io  (     MiJ   l.'is     s< i  regular  shoot  ���li  ;tt  t.r)  ������ .'-  .'in  it  ii  "'���  ���17  .'toy  will  fake place today. THE PROSPECTOR FORT STEELE, B C, SEPTEMBER 2A, yl!;04.  '.���'" ''.'.'. KS:i'AliX.lSll.KD     ISPS.  '.' 'A..' B.^CSrcice,  -     PUBLISH 12K    'AS D    KD1TOK.  pnv  :hiin*<;If     at    tho.   polls-on.  leelio'n day  ~i7  UevoiciS-;o the iipbuildlns! of Fori Steele,  'the.  . development of t'lK-vast mineralresources of  vbe East Koolenay lniniiisiylislriei. ',.-   ,    '  :;SutoSorii?iions.y7...,...,.. .7...V��'��i' per'year  .'���AavertisInK 'rates made ic now n on applieation.  ConlriWlions are solicited from all parts of tlie  '������ district..bin ii'n matter nueiuled for punlieiuioti  VroustUave'the writer's sis:iiature.    y'v v  Liberal - Conservative7, Candidates  ��� for Pariiamentv       7 V i  v.   vpok koou'en7\>7 disiujict; " ,  yCHA'RLES H.'^i.ACKlNTOSH,'  VV.      .'���'   .       7vOF'IU'VftS1I.A'X.D '['/'.y  V ivIvOU'7S"ALlN-CAKlBOO   nfSTlMQT.v  v'v-   NIARTIX  BURR1LL. .'���.'.'  t :"y   v; otv'OKAyr)' foukh    ������''���- ,.v  v 7 suvi wkstminstku oiSTtairT.'v  ���    " T':''''.'? 3 y P- -TAYLOR.' .--' '���-���' 7:'y'  ,'"'..-.'      OF'  NWV AVKSTyil.VSTHK.' '-���  Worse; Vhan, Train Robbery.  ���+,: :prx4X"^:j^p^x^'::<G  pi '    -      ��� ' '     '  **  Tliis .Province 'maintains "; ii de-' i j  partme'tit of in i pes. y it ".has", a  minister,pi" ihiues, '. a Provincial  assayer.-and, , inineralogist, and a  bureau', of '-miiiiug information..  In couuectiarivMr'ith .thisv it pays>  for..... a 'large- "iid" ;in.the leading-  milling:: journal, 'telling vof; ,'. the  mineral'resources of 7the Pro-  viiiee',-Tho,Province also spends  siy^wOO ra-7 year'y to maintain in  Cohdoha'n agent: general-to give  out i:u'6rmayioii'!'of' the province.  "77 Recently.persons, interested in-  lead concent rates inquired of, the  A'gi*h 17 G enenil how tl icy, could  .gi'.'t'Viii ttiuCli.''With producersvof,'  [lead, yihd'lhiyv 7,\y.er'e7.'u>ld'.:. iliat  I lead iniuit'ig iu'"Brit ish yuluinbia-  ! was at a standstill.    ���   .  ; ���--     ��� ...- ,-, ,.   -     ���'.������  '       f   -������.:,.,���    ,,h- '  vy'l.vlie7A.ssesso:i-.:ih..ies y'not - -forget  ' tt> cidiecV luxes,  - '   7.;.'   "': 'y v  ^7  GENERAL;  MERCHANTS  :;.?m: -"',."'"':,���/*;-<������ v'K  ���jjk  CARLES? & BURICK  Jtfort Steele,  y   -B.C.'  Vy     -.--���   ������      -���'       ������������:,:���(,     ���������   ',:���''"'������'���������  ���������'������������ ������'"-��� ���-_������'.:  .   .    V    ���'.. . ,...V,'V.  Agjsnts :Foii  ft--'.  m.  ���^ 7  Massejr Harris Go., Ltd.  11 a vejusl/vifecelveddwi) -  yv :;' Carloiidfi of''..-'  i  vS  . ''a1/  :#.  "O  I  1-  mm  h'ORT STEEt  mmim  ���7.7'v7v y'^'7' - FERNIE, ;B.CV^^'���^���:.:^;j^;-;..t  MAN DP ACTIJ 11 ERS'iaiid , B ^liWEiiS^ofvEXTRA 7FINE ^  v ;v':: :BEftK77: i:v:PG-R:f Mr��4  ^vFARMvWAGONSjhQGGING TRUCKSv|-  .: 7 - ���'������������7C 1'N-b DEMQGRAfS7;'7vv-v - ��� '  V: fi.-  :*p  Orange Meat  AsK Your Grocer  Lt'  niiy V��.>Ilit'V  'HER:E-visv unusual . aeti vi ty 7  iiralr the 'hiihitig vcatiipsy  7;surrouiui'inir:Fort Steele  al'������ the''::  yvpre'Seritv '' ti-me.    .-:.-' ',Dev,(?lQiunetu y  y. 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To 'Walter: l/ynureheit 7 a ml I  k  '%';������  ''fy  A' N'  '<������  - k'% ���'������'  .;t.;-'  7:��v���  :^v  %'  fi  y- v   Piqw^,-./j.-,larro(\yis;  phMiieyit,s;of "till; In nds. -  i'kvy'.ing ;,'ti rid 11 a r vest i hgToqlSf, 'tin-  .i\|i iyi'Vvii-'-''-Sii'p|>l i"es7<-;uaj;.cl'.-'I l-'a';rcl Sva'-.re..  Jry   ^oodls"        Mats   ind  v.'v;^'v.!7'v;7:::33o^ts77ia.nd;7'-SKo^  Geliei&^M  A  v7f'  ���:?%  s7��  77'7',��;;  li  :^^^:^^^:^>^  yv'V:^'7^77-yii()|t|eci.7''l>eer:vfp,ifvlcU  ,;'^'v��v:;'-v '''y'7. -;,use"- a7':specialiyr" d'fyy ..-.-���.'  7;yOutsiide,7yOrder s;';:.y y'y r-v- ]?y':$.fy..y  .:'''v'::';::;0.'diVbN"S^Ricai  S^^lSMCmO N vGtj^p N1KE&  '.��i-.'.-'  ''^7<:7:: vy. >i; OV'-IBO  ���j^    .TELEPHONE  X'"8l2'A.7fe:':  NO.vty -"Xsy  ^;;porty^S':te'el<&-^  ig^ifg^  '7The '^representative^ o^yeastei'hi-on  :;'aHdvfpreign7capitar',has.:;been7 in- jwork u-ptoiiieHittday ^f ^^otelli^)ervly<):^.77���  ..J .-,:���_.. ...,,,���        _.:....,.:-..-���.. , ���     , -     ,.,.     AXD PUKTHEH TAKE NOTICE   thai . M-. j C4-!-i|i  vestigratingyone'KQf ythe, :!a.rgest;!::iesv7^d-p.l:ydie^  and- -mdSt   promising -properties .'TaUvertlsin^-is Vpaidv within   the.i.umy atovo; j gg.;  ���..'.-. '������'";"���   "������".'���'���.." ���   ,' ���':-,''*"-'���    v '-'������<!      --.'��� ��� '��� T-i'''" ������"��� listatcd.'v.bur i.ntere��-i'h> said claim shtiH -lapse; rgfa ,  prthe district,, located: near Fore-y^��heuvI(iers^Iiev  s+al*'-;.:  , *  ,the.'.'Mineral-Aqt Ameridmerit,'-A'��t-,'.lW'\'v'''7  rVDATEU:tliis ilStliVliiy of:June���.i904:7:-y;!y  yir."'������ ���      v v7 : wiluam'-jv langley  :J1KEHAL ACT.:,  vv ������'-' (Foii.M -F.y   ";  CEU'l'lFlCATE. OF .'I>IP.RO.yK.VB>'T.s:  |.y.yv:,v ,-,vv7vv:y... notice.:.: yy.7'7 "v'-v-:1'-;..,.  ������iytella,'^--Caslnei-:'';,;SkyiS'kv'7  777-MouiitairiT>iusy.'' ������ Rover,"7y,D(|yVv  :v ;''>:fjtfy:y'.-'iiii'(li'-v-Moi'iiing7^  v?.v7v"7'777''' r77'.77'vv7'"Cl;i'inis.'77y "7777,v7; ;'7vy'.-'.'',777  ViWlieru lociiibcl!:7-Oii7rritcy'Gre61c:'^;7777:" '.'������".  7vrakc7ioticoVlliiit/Vl7 .ram��s7Ayk!irvcyyKrec  MiiiGvi'Q.OortUimitA'Xn^  Pdlsi)u,, 1;'rpo-TNlJ ii cl-^ff Cer ti iioa107 ^p7 V-htiOSlti ��� 7  TiUc^'CrlRoboi'SOii,,^  ���'l3T;il!)(r'.il'u(l .\\;.illis.I2. .loh'ii^on. .Ki'ee Minc.iVs  '"Cprt'i ficii'tb'.'icp. "-nTSiyiSV-^ihtcncl/ sixty days'l'roiir  alio^iiifiKlioreofvW 'it'i>i>l.v.t'o '"t-li^Mining Record or'  foe ti''Coi;ti(iciito'6r-;;riiii\L-67yoiili��n't/s.forK.>crte;lii.cif  llio ii.bbv'b'fliilins, for tlie'purpose or obtainiiiy,  ii Crown tl'raiit ofcueli of'said claims, vv Vy,  ���-,-'AnilVrnrtiioiv.U.iUe'.noliee ,Uiat:iictio!i,;tin(ler  section :ii,' niiisi ,be.eomiiieiieed befor'e'tlie. issu-  iiiiee of'Isncli Cei tilicato of Iinprovemeius.    7'-.  Diifed tliis. ijtli day of sb'ptcriibcr, A.D.-nlOl.  : :w':'- :-.!{-yi.a:':>:v:.j'A>i:ESvA.,UARVHYv.,  '������-'���y :��� 7;;7'v v.vv Steele; and  the ;expert'sXrepqrtJ i��r��-  -V- -v''v v���  ,,v -w ;y   :���., �����.-. ..,,:.,-.. :    :....   -.:,;.; ,      ,- ,     ���:-;. V-9, THIS NOTICK is giVciv; .under SeeUOD  y vvy'     -vv   -!:-is vunderstoodv to;vbey unusually  7:7 ,v7:7-77' ;777''-��� favorable.7,7vThe776whers -.pf-7 7a7f  v'vyv v -y^'yvv y numberv of H other;.properties': in  yy7v    7 7' "A ^'v^the district; are preparing, to   do  7.;;' '7yi'������������������������'���. -vv'development work,vaad;it vis Tex!;,  vvv"'*<yy:y7.7 .v.yvyvpected7 ;ytfe  y;y7 -,y������' '���'��� ,;: ���'��� v,7aiiiotiiit:7bf4a<itiyity ,7 will : be7bb-7  7y.y;v -7;v- ������- vv-y ,,: taiiied' 7bef ore : the -vciosev of -the.  7: v"''- ' v^vvy-'y-'curren^^  yy,y'yy y vv- "77 7 .ysy^wo'l mpoi'tau t::cth ih,ihg:.v'e veii'ts'  y7v:'ft"'Xf.777;      77for-SC)utheast Kbptenayvwilhtake^  vv':;-7v-7^7'-v',::7,7;:7piace in: 1;^  7:''7]7:?y, 77'-v7777'7ppeni iig-^p  L7S:S: oO^ivv Ji^ a n d^7 tih  7yii:'v7;y 7:'7v:vyy7smeftei^  'vvyv*--:';":v- ;-:'y.v7":v���''":7' 7 7-v"vv ..--v "XX*'X. '*:"' v*v- 'yy: v-,-'.:.",,   e'"  - :'7'vv.''7;Jv7::77 v-vv-Walre-v^  - 7'.:7y;:v;: yVv-beeh drifting'16hg7dnough in tilac  7, . 7, '    .'��iv   mineral and inclustrial doldninis.'c  ��� ��������� .7.. ','���'���.--. -7-7-"7 The Ivo0tena,y; Gentra,ly Rail way  ���:y:���''-'. '[.   77;.'.''    7will sooii 'be under.construction.'"  '-7." -'-' -"���'" ���:-��� --J '   7y ������.''.-"������'��� -v-v;.:,;.':   ;.:-.*.;: ������,*.'���   *'',v- ���-.,. - y' ���.'���.,G--'-'7' ���  y,,,v.'v7v'    The,-'.business- .'.'men   of 7'Fort  '���'.-.���     :   '-.  vv v.Steele, and thbse situated iii ythe  .'���".''���",-'��� 7-7  :   Kootenay   .valley   have   noticed.  ���o7     ,   with a, greatdeal: of interest, aiid;  ,,V;'-'; 7    -v   '; pej^nai: inspectioh;',-'. 'the;.'.'1 pro1  : 'Sy '7v:77, .ypdsed  route   of7 the; Kootenay,  7v ,77 v'Cehtral railway,; and.   its   impoiy  '77   y    '���',���' 7 ���'��� taii'ce to.'the district tit large.'.;  71t  v;-:, vv- ���;.''������  ;,   'has; occurred to 'hot a few people  .������'.'.''      ".>��� 777iii towns situated ,on..'the Crp'.vrs-  ;7-7':-7 v..--'      Npst" line   that   the. 'K.C-R-7will'  ,7. 7v 7:.',y v. . ysdpn be nhder'cptistruction.'  ,7  v.�� "7  ;i;t now looks as if the Dominion  '''' -elections   were    going..,to   ta.ke  .'.,'..-'��� ";' 'place . this'7yeai;.. v7,"Big. .Bill';1  ,'���'���"   Gafliher. declared -the fact in  so,  '���7 positive   a ".manner, v  that:     Sir.  : ..   y   v7 Wilfrid, Laurier. has  nothing "to  ..'���     ..  _ v    (loin the .matter except to decide  .    ..." the date of elections.  '���'  ���'        ;'        '      - * .:*".* ���'...   "  7 ���' ���'���   ,;  ���'':. The need and usefulness of-,the  ', ��� '  ,    local hospital was again  dem;ou-  ��� . ys'..rated last,week.. The directors  -   , ���'��� should get together  and   decid.y  upon   the   re-openiug    of    thu  "  y necessary adjunct to the town.  "7 ' -      *      ���:<-     * ' ���    .���-..-  .'.������' ,      Hon: A. G. Blair,   ex-minist.ei  of.railways and'canals, in an. in'  ,; i:erview,at Craiibrook'last   week  ��� ' in   speaking  of East  Kootenav  ��� iind its resources said:      "Then  'is no doubt, but  that.-'the   Kootc  '���-���������' ria'y Contra! railway \<ii]\. bo 'buili  without a,ny possible delay".  "'������'i,  Of-'i.w��k.  4m  Headquarters   for   Mining   and   Commercial   Men  1K��'.  The    Consorvalivi!  |i;i.rt,y lit  to govern.  parly-   A  I'la.ch day the. time of tlieelos  ing of the registration ' list is  <lr;i,\ji'ing nenrer. The court of  revision will be field- the first  week in November, lira Dominion caiiiiia-ign ovory voter shoithl  fee  it  IIS  Inly    to    pro)  ���rlv  7 WANTED IMMEDIATELY AGENTS.  -.T6''''.''.sfili;;',tt;'lJN.;u'lt.'"-;-l.i,ofe's,' 'Kaspljorry,.  Oooseljcrry :;in<i Currant.'��� BiiHli'es-.'y&i;.  (I ootl-..'pii,y ^weekly:;-;70u.tiit7h-cc7 y.Tli'orc  is : t)ig .--in'pnoy vin/ytlHr;- wbrkvfor tnist-  \vovth\V11ien. ?'.!:���":,,'.-;:.-:- :. ,:.'���' ��� '  "������'��� ? ;7r 5-PX'''?K-,i0��- ACRES. 7 "-XX'.y  . AVo liiivb, iinchir ciijtivatidn, over GOO  ayros pf���Nursery: Stock inclucling-Vtlie  oii piccst unit best varieties' for-Orchard'  <i:n.d Cai'deii.pliiui-ingv:, . We'willfdelive!'.  troods to ciwipmei'is in g'ood conditiou.  freiirht paid.... Oui-v.ajjents. haye^every.,  ad vantage tliat this line'of business'can  offer-them. 'Apply iiow for'terihs. .'. v.y  PELH^vSr 7NURSERY '.CO.MPA'N V.-'v"'1'-  ...  V      v ��� "   ' ���������'-'. TOrontp.vOiitai'io.  ,N7B;���-\ViH miike..', arrangements for  local agency ,6r'''for tire 'handling-- of'ex-  .���lusi've territories,,   v' I'-N-C-'b:',  ���7::n7^w>wrfed ^^  A .Local: Salesman'for Fort.Steele  ���and Surrounding Country  to.Repre-'  i,ent   '''; ��� ;..y'       ,  v.'     ��� Vi '...   '.���"���'- '���'  Canada's Greatest- Nurseries"  ��� X(.;ivf<i, varieties, and specialties in.  iianiy  Fruits,   Sihall   Frujlsy Shrubs.,  -)riniiii('ntals...'aii.l Roses. A ]iei'iiiau,ent  -ituali'on. and territory.reserved for tlie  ���������ighi    niaii."     t'ay we.-kiy.   iJaiidsoni.;  >i7i-t.llt fre.-. .Write for 'particulars, and  .ei'id ,iri c.-iit^ for our p...-k-i'tiiiicros.���(.)]).',  ��� iir-t- t)i��' thing to u:-,);-, in e.xanlining  7r.j..fSaiKi pliint.-. for insi.-.-ls.  .st.onk ,.v \vi-:i.i,ix<;tux  ��� ;   .  l'',.)iilhill   Nurseries  .���   ���'"   '.-     ��� i(;v.T SUliacre'sj  '1X.JI10.'N'J'0        - -,       ONTAI.ilO..  It Will be to Your Interest..  If y.i.i (���(.nt.-.'npluie 'visiting ,1.1k SI.  .'.oiiin. Kxpos'it ion., in seeiii-e rclin Iiii! iu-  fornialion a- to railroail ixVi'vl'.-e, th.  lo'.v.-rt rate- and Ilie i..-.-t, roin.'s. Als..  ir-   in   local   .-oiidiiioii!-.    in   Si.    iJoui.-,:  rO'el.-.   .'!.���..   .���{(���'. '  '..  If  you   ���.'/ill   writ,.'   the   niKlei'nigiied.  -.'...'il.iic'    I'.'lnil    iiliorniation   yon   (lesire.  lie -;1111��� ��� will   I..-   jiiMiiij.i.ly   Ini'iiih'J11-<I.  if   We il/.i ||Ol   have   it    nil     lintlil,     ivili    S...-  ���.iii-e il  lor vo.': if pos.-i Id.-, and   without  my e.v |i.-m ..-. to yon.     Aihlri'Sf.  P.. II.. Ti:i;.\iim-|.i.. (.'(iiiiincrciiil Ageul  J.lj! Third Si.. I 'ort l.-m.l". Oregon  FORT    STEEtTEi  Sample   vRbbms   te  & ;^!>" ;&r '"^.��'  ?���?'  The Mining Center of Soiitli East Kbotenajr  The Largest  Mineral Areas,  and the Most ,  Extensive  Goal Fields on the  American Continent  are Situated in  South East Kootenay  Agriculture  Crrazing and the  Lumber Industry  are Prominent  Features o�� the  IMstrict* ���  (|i'in.lii\v hiinsi'  flint  he   lusty   ex  Tlie proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway will pass  tlirougli Fort Steele and Tap the Greatest Mi?aeral Belt of the  District. (    ������..;.'..  Glioice Business and Residence lots for Sale  Apply to."'.- ;i '  T  ��  'ownsite Office.  7; 77(J THE PROSPECTOR, POUT STEELE,   U. C, SUPTEUJ3ER 24. 190-1.  WBBBBS��iBa^SSXS^i^if^^fa*^s^^-^'~ -.gMBUVtfflMM  O jV o I  Kootenay  Burns Coal, Coke  or Wood  Two sets of grates are  supplied with every  Kootenay Range- one for cool and the other for cche or wood;���  and the flues are wide and deep, with no squore corners,: o that  the ashes and soot produced by soft fuels cannot c:cg- up the .  smoke and draft passages,  ,  This feature of the Kootenay Range is a decided success.  The grates are so easily changed that a boy can perform  the operation.  Sold by all enterprising dealers.    Booklet free.  MfCIaryfe  strnclcd. I have waited 1 I long  years for this railway. In another few years we will see every  available patch o<" ground planted in orchards and I believe fruit  will be produced here in large  quantities, and the market is at  hand. J have grown fruit in this  valley for about 12 years and  hurve never had a failure. So I  think 1hat 12 successful crops of  apples jtistilies my saying that  this is a good fruit country.*"���  Wi liner Outcrop.  Orange Meat  An  Ideal   Breakfast  London,  Toronto,  Vancouver,  , Montreal,       Winnipeg,  St. John, N.B.  Wfimm-ismrrm  NOTICE.  Noliee is hereby given uiui thirty days iificr  diite 1 intend lo apply ,to Ihe Chief Coiiiimc-  sionei' of Uinds and Works nl Yicloiia foi n  iwenty-one yciii-timber lease over the following lands in'Xorilicasi Kootcnny :���  CoDimenciii;/ at a post, plained adjoining  Chas A.thapm.in'n lease on the .south side of  White river, thence west 10 eliaiiis, tlienee  ���tonHi IBM chains, thence east 10 cluiins, thence  -outh 1(10 chains, tlienee west 80 chains, thence  south ItiO chains, thence cast-ISO chains, tlienee  north l'Xi ehnins, thence wostfl.'.0 chains, thence  noith 820 chums, thence west 2W chains to  place of beginning.  .1. l-\ WHITK.  Hated this lThIi day of August, liiOl.       ' :it  NOTICE.  Notice is heieby given that thii-ly d.tys aflcr  (Intel intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner il; Lands and Works at Victoiia for a  i Hcnty-ono year timber lease oi'er the following lands in Northeast Kootenay:���  Commeiieiug at  a post planted on llio souLh  '   side  of  White  ii\er.  tlienee north 11.1)chains,  o  thence west 10 chains, thence north 100 chains,  tlienee west 10 chains, thence north 10(1 chains,  tlienee w;st 10 chains, thence noith 1C.0 chains,  " thence west,10 chains, thence nortli 100'chains,  thence west-10 chains, ihenco nortli 100 chains,  thence west 10 chains, Ilience north 100 chimin,  tlienee west 100 chains, thcuee south ItiO chains  ihenee ens-l 10.chains, ihoiice south 100 chains,  tlienee east 10 chains, tlienee south 11.0 chains,  tlienee oust -10 chains, thence south 100 chains,  thence east-10 chains, thence south 100 chains,  thence cast 40 chains, thence soutii 100 chains,  thcuee east 10 chains, thence south 100 chains,  thence east 100 chains to place ol beginning.  CIIAS A. CflARMAN.  n.ucl this iiih day of August 1P01. ,:17  NOTICE.  Tiiko notice that thirty days after  date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works at,  Victoria for a license to prospect for  coal and petroleum on the following  described lands, situate on Fording,  river in Southeast Kootenay.  Commencing at a post planted 49  chains west oi the northwest corner of  .lolin twin's coal and petroleum license  tind on the east side of Block No. 458S,  thence east 49 chains more or less to  west boundary of .John ftwin's coal and  petroleum license, thence south 41  chains, tbenco west 49 chains more or  loss lo tlie east boundary ol Block 4588,  thence north 41 chains to place ot beginning.  Maud lOvans, .Locator  .1. T. Luidlu\v.'"A��ent  Dated Aug. 4th. 1004.,    ,  (,'omnionciny at'a post planted adjoining tlie northeast corner of IS.  Harvey's coal and petroleum license,  thence south SO chains to tlie northwest corner of ISnima f hirvoy's coal and  petroleum license, thence oust .SO  chains, tlienee north SO chains, thence  west SO chains to place of be��i]inhi<>  rontaiiiino- (M0 acres more or less.  Violet Evans, Locator  .1. T. Laidlaw. Agent,  Dated Aug. Kith, 100-1.' .'S3  HAIL-  SATUIIDAY, SEPT. 24, 1904  The-St. Eugene.  Another  pump "will  be put in  at. the St. Eugene mill   to  pump  water from the htke'just as soon  as one can be procured.   Several  efforts i were  made  to   get   one  from tho east but without a  satisfactory-result.     G.   A.   King,'  .superintendent  of  the   mill,   is  now in the Com- d'Alono district  and will   probably get a pump  that has been used by one of the  mines  there.     If  so  it will be  brought  here and  installed   as  soon as possible..    The old boilers,   which, were   taken'out last  summer and. repaired,'are  being  installed   to   furnish,  additional  power       The   mill   is   running  sfteadilyv on a reduced  feed,   and  the   mine, is   being   worked to  nearly its full .capacity.���Moyio  Leader.  TAK IS   NOT I CIS  Thai ih lily days after diite,' J Intend lo apply  lo the Chief Comniissionei of Lands and Works  foi a license to cut mid cai ry away timber from  the following dccrlbcd land situated in Kast  Kootenay. Commencing al a post phmte'J  one-half mile north of the old North Star  wagon io,id and near the southeast,coiner of  'P. I'VnwIcfcV timbei limit, thence HI chains  north, thence s'l chains east, thence SO chains  south, thenco en chains west to,place of beginning. ���-  Dated Will August, 11101  (JflAIJUOS I'OWBIit. Locator  ��.-> U. K. NEWKLh, Agent.  NOTICK TO CONTRACTORS.  llK.HWAV lilUUGK OVKK TUB  Hl.K  UlVEK,  AT  MOHKISSKVJ   H C  QKALKI) TENDERS, properly endoi.sed  O '-Tender for Monissey Hridge." will be received by Hie undersigned up io noon of the  Clh of October next, foi the erection and completion of a wooden bridge across the JOlk  River, at the Town of Monissey. Kast Kootenay District, H.C  Drawings, .specilicalions' and conditions, of  tendering and contract may be sceii at the  ouice of the .Public Woiks Kngineer. Lands  and Works Department. Victoria. H.C.; at the  ollice of the Government Agent. Craiibrook, U.  C. at the ollice of the Chief Constable at Feinic  13 C. on and after the I'lth instant.  lOaeh proposal must bo aecomiiaiiied by an  accepted bank cheiiue or ecrtilicalo of deposit  on a ehaiteied bank of Canada, made pa>ablo  to the undo signed, in the sum of two hundred  kV.W) dollars, which shall be forfeited if the  p.irlv tcndeiiug decline to cuter into contract  when called upon to do so The cheques of unsuccessful tendereis will be returned to them  upon the execution of ihe contract. 'The successful, tenderer will be requiied to furnish  bonds, himself and two sureties, .satisfactory  to the Chief Commissioner, in the sum of two  thousand (��2,000) dollais each. Upon the ex-  e( ution of tlie bond the ��� cheque above  mentioned will be returned to the contractor.  Teiulers'ttill not be considered unless made  out on the forms supplied and signed with the  actual signature of the tenderer.  The lowest or anv tender not necessarily  accepted. ' <���-  W. S   (.IOIJK,  JJejiii'i/ Commissioner of*Lands & Works  Lands ��ii(7 Works Department, ,  Victoria. li.C. lSth September, 190!,,    9  W. F. Robinson: provincial  mineralogist, speaks very highly  of the St. Eugene mine, and the  world famous property will be  given a favorable meution in his  next report.���Moyie Leader.       ,  .Scottish Rite Masons Meet.  KOOTl  SNAY.   CANIMOO & , PACIFIC  WAY COMPANY.  Tlie lirsi annual lieuoral meeting ol the  K'ootenay, Caiiboo & Pnclllo Railway Company  will be held at the ollice of llarvcv & McCarter  Solicitois. Fori Steele, 11 C, on Wednesday.  October Will, 11)01, at the hour ot 3 HO o'clock m  the Afternoon, for the election of Directors and  oihei business.  Dined September 5th, 190-).  .1. A. 1IAHVUY,  ;I7 Acting Seeictaij.  Boston, Mass., Sept. 20.���The  ninety-second annual meeting of  the Supreme Council, Ancient  Scottish Rite, began in Boston  today. Tonight, the thirty-third  or honorary, degree will be conferred. The, twenty-seventh annual meeting'of Provincial Grand  Lodge, Order of Scotland, of tho  United States, williopen here to  morrow. Both gatherings will  be attended by . the ��Earl of  Elision and the other members  of the delegation which came  over from England to attend the  Knights Templars conclave at  San Francisco.  MINERAL ACT.  Koil.M F.  CERTU.'JCATfi   OF  IMPROVEMENTS  ;fy    ���           , "Western  1                         '.'Iron'',  I                               Star  ,     NOTICE.  Star-'.     "Pour    O'clock".  Senter Star'', ''Morning  and  "Eastern Star"       ,;  Mineral  Claims. ,  Sltualeiu the Fort Steele Mining Division of  Mast Kootenay District.   ,  ���Whore located:���On .stream which empties  into Bull River about sixteen miles northeast  of Fort Steele. '  ;��� TAKK NOTICE that I, John Y. Ke.sler. I''rce  Miner's Certillcate No. 11.7&II8, intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certillcate of Improvements  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant, of  the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  Kcetipi'i.37, must be commenced before the Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this Kith day of August, A.d! 1801.  35 'JOHN Y. KEStRU.  A Good Fruit Country.  Mr. and Mrs, Brewer, accompanied by Mrs. Spencer drove in  from Fairmont on Tuesday ol"  last week and wont on to Blow-  lly, returning on Friday. Mr.  Brewer said ho had got all his  a:rain and hay harvested. Ho  said his fruit I rees had yielded  a splendid crop this year and  speaking of this valley as a coming fruit country he said: "I believe that at last we are really  going to have a=railway and thai  next year it. will actually be con-  Orange Nteat  The Nation's Cereal v.\-  "m'anagbi:  WANTKI)  ��� ��� Trustworthy, lady or yonl.loniaii to  manage business in this country (land  adjoining territory for v/oll and favorably known house of solid linanoia!  Standing. 820.00 straight cash, salary  and expenses paid each Monday by  chock direct.from headquarters. Expense money advanced. Position permanent. Address Manager, 810 Como  Block, .Chicago, Illinois.  NOTICE.  NOTTOE.. is'hereby given that, 30  days lrom tlii-= date, 1 intend to apply  to the Honorable Chief Commissioner  ol Lands and Works at, Victoria, B.C.,  for a licence to prospect for Coal and  Petroleum on the following described  lands:���  1. Situated about one mile south of  Sage and Oil Creole, Southeast Kootenay, G.C.. and about eighteen miles  nortli of the International Boundary  Line. Commencing at a post marked  northeast corner post of W. Tl.  Llewllyii's claim, thence running south  eighty chains, thence west eighty  chains,, thence north eighty chains,  thence east eighty chains to the place  ol beginning, containing- (M0 acres,  more or less.  Located this 17th day of August, 11104  W. If. Llewellyn, Locator  .1. W.'Phil lips, Agent  2     Situated about one mile south of  Sage and Oil Creek, Southeast Kootenay,   B.C.,  and about eighteen  miles  north  of the  International   Boundary^  Line.    Commencing at a  post .marked  northwest corner post of George \V.  Ward's claim,   tlienee   running   south  eighty   chains,    thencp     cast    eighty  chains,   thence  north   eighty   chains,  thence west eighty chains to  tho place  of beginning, containing M0 acres more  or     less,     and    adjoining      W.     II.  Llewellyn's claim.  Located this 17th day of August. 190-1  George W. Ward. Locator  J. \V. Phillips. Agent  .'!   Situated  about one mile south of  Sane and Oii Creek,  Southeast  Ivoolc-  nay.   B.C..  and  about   eighteen   miles  north   ol   the   International   Boundary  Line.    Commencing- at a  j>ost, marked  -outhoast   corner    poit.    of    Cordelia  Llewellyn's claim, thence   west eighty  chains,   thence    north   eighty   chains,  thence cast, eighty chain1-., thence -outli  eighty chain-i lo the place of beginning  containing (M0 acres more or  less,  and  adjoining W. If   Llewellyn's claim.  Located this 171 It day of Angtisl. Midi  Cordelia Llewellyn. Locator  .1. \V7. Phillip.,, Agent  ���������I.. Situated about one mile soutii  of  Sage and Oil Creek,' Southeast  Koot,o:  nay, 'li.C'.,  and .about eighteen .'miles  north .of  the   lnlerii,'iti()!i:i,l   Boundary  Lino.    Coinnii'.noiug at a   ���post   marked  sntil.hw est.. corner   post   of    Louise    V.  Ward's   claim,    thence     east   Veighty  ehiiins,  ,thence   north    eighty   chains,  thence   west   eighty, ehiiins,     thence  south eighty chains to the place  of. beginning, containing (110 acres  more  or  less, iind adjoining Georg.e   W. Ward's  claim.  Located this 17l,h(layof August. 1.II0-I  Louise V. Ward, .Locator  .J..W. Phillips, Agent  o.    Situated about one mile north   of  Sage and'Oil Creek, and   a'oout  eight  een   milen   nOrth   of the   international  .Boundary Line, commencing at a  po-t  marked southwest corner post  of  Will  McOonough's  claim,   thence   running  north eighty chains, thence east eighty  chain*,   thence  south    eighty   chains,  thence nest eighty chains to the ]dace  of beginning, containing <M0 acres more  or  less,   and  adjoining  the  northeast  corner post ol Joseph E. Chick', claim, j  Located this 17th day of August, 1004  Will McDonough, Locator  J. W. Phillips, Agent  (i. Situated about one  mile  north  of  Sage and Oil Creek, and about eighteen  'niles     north     of,    the    International  Boundary Line, commencing at a  post  marked southeast corner post of Rena  A. Chick"*, claim,   thence   west  eighty  chains,   thence   north   eighty   chains,  thence east eighty chains, thence south  eighty chains to the place of beginning  containing (iJO acres moi'O or less,  and  adjoining the northeast corner post of  .Joseph li. Chick's claim.  Located this 17th day of August, 1004  Bona A. Chick, Locator  ,     ' .1. W. Phillips, 'Agent  7. Situated about one mile north of  Sage and Oil Creelc and about eighteen miles north of the International  Boundary Line, commencing at a post  marked northeast corner post ol  Joseph E. Chick's claim, thence south  eighty chains,thence westeighty chains  thence north eighty chains, thence  cast eighty chains to the place ol bo-  ginning, containing 040 acres more or  less, and adjoining- Cordelia Llewellyn's  claim.    ��� , ,  Located this 17th day of August, 1004  ..Joseph 10. Chick. Locator  J. W. Phillips. Agent,  ��� S. Situated about one mile north of  Sage iind Oil creek, and about eighteen miles north of the International  Boundary line, commencing at a post  marked northwest corner post of  Francis Baldwin's claim, thence south  eighty chains, thence east eighty  chains, thence north eighty chains,  thence west eighty chains to place ol  beginning, containing 040 acres more  or less, and adjoining Louise,V. Ward'*,  claim.  Located'this 17th day of August, 1004  Francis Baldwin, Locator  ,���'     '      . J. W. Phillips. Agent  r!).    Situated about one mile north  of  Sage'and Oil Ci'eek, and about  twenty  miles    north    of    the   -International  Boundary Line, commencing at a post  marked, northeast corner post of Matt io  A. Thomas' claim, thence south eighty  chains,   thence" west   eighty    cluiins.  thence north eighty chains, thence oast  eighty chains to the place of beginning  containing   (M0 acres more or less, and  adjoining Francis Baldwin's claim."  Located this lSth day of August. 1004  Mattie A. Thomas.JLocator  *     J. W. I'hiilipsyAgent  10.    Situated   about one mile north  of Sage and Oil creek,'and about twenty  miles    north    of    the     International  Boundary Line, commencing at a  post  marked northwest corner post of Ethel  AI. Thomas' claim, thence south eighty  chains,    thence'   east  eighty   chains,  thence    north  eighty   chains,   thence  west eighty chains to the place of beginning-, containing 010 acres  more or  less, and adjoining Afatttie A. Thomas'  claim.'  Located this lSth day of August, 1904  Bthel AI. Thomas, Locator  J. W.'Phillips, Agent  11. Situated about one mile north of  Sage and Oil creek, and about twenty  miles north of the International  Boundary Line, commencing at a post  marked southeast corner post of  Marshall E. Doe's claim, thence north  eighty chains, thence west eighty  chains, thence south eighty chains,  thence east eighty chains to the place  of beginning, containing (M0 acre?  more or less, and adjoining Will AIc-  Donough's claim.  Located this lSth day of August, 1904  Marshall B. Doe. Locator  J. W. Phillips. Agent  12. Situated about one mile north of  Sage aud Oil creek, and about twenty  miles north of the International  Boundary Line, commencing at a post  marked southwest corner post of James  10. Chrichton's claim, thence east  eighty chains, thence north cighti  cluiins. thence west eighty chains,  thence south eighty chains to tho place  of beginning, containing (M0 acres  more or less, and adjoining the north-  oa-t corner of Mattie A. Thomas'claim  Located this lSth day of August. 1001  James 10. Ohriehton. Locator  .1. W. Phillips, Agent  IJ.    Situated   about    twenty    mile  north   of   the   International   Boundary  Line, and one mile south   o1'  Sage  and  Oil creek, and   commeiieiug   at  a   posi  marked .southeast corner post  of A. .11.  Stay's-claim, thence west, eighty chains,  thence north eighty chains, thence east  eighty    cluiins,��� thence   south    eighty  chains to the'place of  beginning,   con-,  tabling (>KI acres more or less, mid   adjoining Louis V.. Ward's claim.  .Located this l.Stli day of August, MIO-I  1 A. M.'Stiiy, Locator .  J. W. Phillips, Agent   ���  Situated   about    twenty    miles  of  tho  International.  Boundary  iind   one  liiile south of Sage and  Oil creek, and commencing  at  a   post  marked northeast corner post of S.irali  ���Stay's     claim,    thence   south   eighty  chains,    thence    west   eighty   chains,  thenco nortli eighty chains, thence oast  I eighty chains to tlie place, of beginning  containing (MO acres more or   less,   aud  adjoining George W. Ward's claim.  Located tin, lSth day of Augn-t. 1004  ���Sarah Stay. Locator  J. W. "hillips, Agent  1 lo.    Situated   about    twenty    miles  north  of  the International  Boundary  Line, iind one mile south  of Sage and  Oil ci'eek. and .commencing at a  post  marked southwest corner post of 10. B.  Skinner's  claim,   thence   east   eighty  chains,   thence   north   eighty   chains,  thence   west   eighty   chains,     thence  south eighty chains to the place of  beginning, containing- 040 acres ,more or  less, and adjoining A. II. Stay's claiij..  Located this ISlli day of August, 1904  -,   t;\    K. B. Skinner. Locator  J. W. Phillips. Agent  10.    Situated     about   twenty   miles  north   of, the   International   Boundary  Line, and one mile 'south  of Sage and  Oil creek, and  commencing- at a  post  marked northwest corner post of Jonas  Ahlberg's claim,   thence   east   eighty  chains,   thence   soutii   eighty   chains',  thence   west   eighty    chain's,     thence  north eighty chains to the place  of beginning,   containing 040  more or less,  and adjoining Sarah Stay's claim.  Located this iSlh day of August. 1004  Jonas Ahlberg, Locator  J. W. Phillips, Agent  17.    Situated  on   the"south Fork of  Sage iind Oil creek, and  about  twenty  miles north of the International Boinuf-  iiry   Line,   and  commencing >at a post  marked northeast comer post Christian  Hoimeister's claim, thence south eighty  chains,   thence   west   eighty    ciiains,  thence north eighty chains, thence east  eighty chains to the place of beginning  containing 040 acres more or  less,   iind  adjoining Jonas Ahlberg's claim.'  Located this lSth day of August. 11)04  "   Christian Ilofmcister, Locator   ,  'J. W. Phillips'; Agent  IS.    Situated  on  tho South Pork of  Sage and bD creek, and  about  twenty  miles north of the International Boundary Line,  and  commencing at a post  marked southeast corner post, of  L. "a.  Dyer's claim, thence west eighty chaiiis  thence north eighty chains, thence east  eighty   chains,'   thenco   south   eighty  chains to the place of  beginning, "containing (M0 acres more or less, and  adjoining 10. B. Skinner's claim..  Located this JSth clay of August. 1004  L. AJ Dyer,' Locator  ��� J. W. Phillips, Agent  10.    Situated  on   the South Pork of  Sago and Oil creek, and about  twenty  miles north of the International Boundary   Line,   and  commencing"at, a post  marked southwest corner post of J.   A.  .^hull's claim, thence cast oightv chains  thence   north   eighty   chains." thence  west eighty chain,.iJioiic-c soikJi eighty  ehiiins,to the place 'of  beginning, "containing (M0 acres more or less.' tvnd  adjoining L. A. Dyer's claim.  Located this lSth day of August, 1004  '   ' J- A. Shall, Locator  ���I. W. Phillips, Agent  20.    Situated on   the  South Fork of  Sage and Oii creek, and about  tv.viny  miles north of the Internationa] Boundary  Line,  and  commencing at a post  marked northwest corner po-t of James  Anderson's  claim,   thence east eighty  chains,   thence   south   eighty   chains,  thence west eighty chains, thence north  eighty chains to the place of beginning  containing  640 acres more or less, and  adjoining Christian Uofmei-ter's claim.  Located this lSth day of August. 1904'.  .Tames Anderson. Locator  '   J. W. Phillip,. Agent  21. Situated about one-half mile  ������outh of the North'Fork of Sage and  Oil creek, and about twenty miles north .  of the"International Boundary Lim.%  and commencing at a post marked  northeast' corner po,t of Boger S.  Green's claim, thence south eighty  chains.thence west eighty chains.tli.-iicl-  north eighfy chains, thence east eig!n,\  chains to the place of beginning, containing 040 acres more or les-;. and adjoining Ethel AI. Thomas'claim.  Located this LSth day of August. 1001  Boger S. Green. Locator  '.I. W: Phillips, Agent  22. Situated   about   one-half    niilo  south of the North   Pork of  Srge and  Oil creek, and about twenty miles north  of the  International   Boundary   Line,  and   commencing   at   a   post   marked   '  southeast corner post of Grace, Green's  claim   thence   north    eighty    chain,,  thence west eighty ehiiins. thence south  eighty    chains,     thence    cast   eighty  chains to the place of beginning-,  containing 010 acres more or le.���. and  ad-M  joining James 10. Chrichton's claim.  '"Located this 18th day of August. MI01  '   , '   Grace Green, Locator  J. W. Phillips.,Agent    '  2.'i.    Situated    about    one-half   mile  south  of the  North   Fork of Sago and,  Oil creek, and about twenty miles nortli  of the International   Boundary   Line,  commencing at a  post marked northwest corner post of George W. Olney's  claim,     thenco   east   eighty    chains,  t hence south eighty chains,' t hence west    ��  eighty   ehiiins,   thence' north   eighty  chains to the place of  beginning,   containing (540 acres more or loss, and  ad-  joining'Kogcr S. Green's claim. "  Located this lSth day of August, 1901  George W. Olney, Locator   r  '.     ' '       J. W. Phillips. Agent  24.    Situated    about   one-half   mile"  south of the  .North   Pork of Sago and  Oil   creek,   and   about   twenty   miles  north   of the   international   Boundary  Line, and eommoncyig at a post marked   "  southwest corner post of W. AI. Olney's  claim,    thencey east    eighty, chain.,.    '  Jlienec   north   eighty .ehiiins'.   thence  wesi. eighty chains, thence south oigiity     -  ciiains to tho place of beginning', containing (M0 acres more-or less, and adjoining Grace Al. preen's claim.  Located this lSth day of August. 1001-  W. Al. Olney. Local or  :IS  J. W. P  lips. 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inNERVO., ACTv.'v
f-yX;Xvouiii: "e.);,aX.:;;X.
yV'y'y v,y .NOTlCjt:.7S77yvv
'PrpYidenee Alniei'iil 'C.'laiin.
_.    .The'.JP.er'hi'e ■■■Gitv.- Cdiifieil has 7 ' .... ... .    . ,. ,..   .„.....,., r.	
'Sojourning vConipanions   lire' .' J^o-iyen   to ■■'£)•   'Moti" and othei^ a \" ^natl',u'   e' tOTt StceievmnuiS;u.v,sion;
-S      „'"vi! "n     :'„   '-TJ. "■"'■■'     V-       ^y;   ■/■%   oul u. ■.'.•-.U'"■ H'■';■■■ ■■■       ' " "'?   ' V  *       :of Kiist KooienajvDislrict.  .;.. ,rv     v.  ;.,..:■.:
S"'v? '^     37     vlv-v 7v -7-7'7 ...._'.77v;vvv.;: J ten , vyeah. 7telephQhey 7tnnifchise7]7 vvhere u.e;Ued7rp.iSvestsi(icvof7u.i'n '■ ifiyor
"" ' "        ',I::ame& HlSLbP/Serib^
,s'talled.'':thisb.jiear.'rv'y<."'. :7:v7 ■■■v'7 -»----'--. ••
:":;y?; :,i?'r"oi ©ssioria I '.xxy.
7 MiM^x F v AARTER ;0£ LV777.7'
XyNqia/ryX JbRiU(yy)jy^
'y   7 Oollcetion';■ of iieeoiuits ■iiti:eiided7;t()i:
Vv Atiditiiiy:-;an(L 'kOepiiifv. of v books,done.
7V\vitirdis|iatel)7y>orroS|)oh(loii(:e solicit^:
,  .o:w."i?:CAir.i7i'0'i4vi.A,):r.t'sio(.:ic.;i:v:C.
': ■;■ 'K x'■':■ G.^H. DUNB AR:y'^V'^-.
1;../.■..,'   ■'■  '     v '        • .'-.;        '■ c '■    -,v- '"'
■".■■..r.liAUIM'S'.r.KI.'t. SOLKM'I'Oi:   ■'■■'■'
■'vy ami  NOTAl.tA"  IHJ B LIC; ';! 7; 7 '.-,.■
:Gritnbipok,7 B.,Cy  v      ■ ,"'„  .' ':
y TH'O.M'A S.X-M c'Vi'tTIE ',
■/^F*:.JL>S;'.''':*;'.C^E.:,' 7
i=i=i==^^:i:^Po     Steele 'B.C. v-vv.v';
, u'FOU'l' S'rKKi.K<l3K\rKi,ot'MKN"i- Syndioatk L;i 1-
. '•'.''.■■. 13S Lciulcnhall Street, London',-Englsiml.
■n.':a; wallinger, '.."fort'steele.
,v   ;.v-:     'post office' uox 'X.     yy-X
:''7•Jy:;H''e'h-riirig;7.7.Cal^tiiy';7 71yy.AT.
Bvili.'-'Wi 11 uipeg;;7;E. ^7; fertiifhsoi:
Stay .forty Oi'ev; ;aud7H.; J y ;Mad i 11'.
°Witvhipegi/Avr.ere7'eg:-stered ttt'the'.'
'.\vj 117;clpso"; ,i iiVvtl^ridi n g;. y; G7lie
:6oui-!v^f.yevisiou;\villvbe h%idvdii
' .'rs'Ke'tio'.iee; ihntl.Jolin O. Cu)niiiiiij.'s. agent.
fOT'Odiloii.TJi.'srijilpivi-s, Fre'o Miiicf's. Covtiti-
cauv-Xbv HWWSlV■TiilciKl; "'sixty'' dny.s froiii tlie
;dato7iim-e()[.,i6 apply to -th'.j iliii'iiij,',; jfc'corilcr
lora.Geniiiciite li'iViiriprovomenisi for.the.pui'-
p.ise'i)i ohinininit'... Crowii Clnmt 'of 'ilie uliove
clai))i;"V:,v:,v ■;.■■■' .'' y'l'XX'' " 7v:'7'7 •'-'
... .•Vn'd't'urthfcr.'.Jtiin'c notice tiia;,. action.; iindci'
{,sc(-t.ibn :ir..iriii.st. becommeiiccft before the issii,-
aiice of siicti'Gertilicatc;of ImproyeniehtsrvVy; .
baled iliis Slih'^ay 6tP>VuKiist;V'7p7l(i'tl.;   y7
v-ss'-'^vv 777"7'■;:-'->iOH}r Gv'CUWMr^Gs7' ■■
7vvTw.pl ve,:;.th'pu£andvlive: hundred
6i!:'-U'ie''h6ci'd'7u|i taeii vwlixilieldv u\
they, ,iG.PvR7
fRdher-I^Dehipsey,' left;on Thes'-;
day. oii a,visit to his old home in,'
Megan ty. Go. y Qtiebec.;77 "B;pb7'
is ;.an.,,:dkl timer, 'ih; the district
hav7ui<i-   resided   hei'e.v'ioiy'itbont
12 years.
Sec6nd''y\iihual'E'xhibitiPn of;l;he
7 Nelson ^Agricultural vanci
■ - Industrial Association
»7 2S&29
V Numerous ■, hunting .parties
were, out 'during the past week.
They-'-have hrtd ajl kinds , of luck
-—frpixi;;getting nothing af all. to
bagging all 7' the .game',,' they
bit fed to. '   .'   :! •'■■''.•' .,■'""'"',.   7 •  '     17':./
Some mischievous boys 'are do-
iugya. great deal of damage1 to
unoccupiedvyproperty "inv town;'
and-, the- ..parents,.',.of .7 the hoys
sheuId :„1 ook 7 after. :tliem.7 more
closel.v.7 vj;7.,7 "■  .... 7-i-....
'"��  CIVIL* engineer'   7
Rv' T.   'Richardson,,, c'of Bel pit.:
..Iowa,   made  a  friendly   call   at
Th'eErospectou office on Mon  j
v     7 Neyv Buildings   y
, ci Fine Jirounds,   ,' .
;    'Big Premium List     7
''.'.     Write for friv-.e List.,,    7   71.;      ■ -\-
J. E/ANNABLE, Sec.7 Nelson, B.C:'
THEy   n^lME
BY   USING      7
"iy ■■■' -^^l&0i:m$^^yrXyy ~;x;<j, ■y-yixyr
'■■-.,'   tihe'Govei'unieiit Offices,, Granbi-bpkv B:Gv,, at the;lioifr p;f.r2;O,;C;l0ck hobby I7shiilf7sellat public i;
Audtioii" the vlandgs: hereinafter 7sefc out  oi1: the^personsvinvsaid ; list7 hereinaftei': setvbut. fpr'the v
 ,:>.-..-      -.y"     -■.'.'...-■..,.'...     '■■;.-■".      ■.„•'■': ,n.v '■  ',-    '\    ''    , ■"'A' " "■'     '      "<••'■*"■:'■■..''■  .'"■ 1.   --';  -7 " .i ,''■■■',       -'     ' ■--   . t---'- ■
delinqueiilvtaxesanpatdbysaid-pprsohslon bhe731s^ costs :
and ' expenses,/ iududipg .the 'bostj lofyidverjising this, sale. yLands unsold, ,\yi]l;be forfeited. to'the7
Grown.   7    '''-'""vv 7    :'■' -'. ■' '■'■  ■■■■■■:'' ?'x'x-;x ■■;'  7.ly;7.77„1;.' , ;i>/'''   ', '",7    77 C' 7-7-. ■ ■'■ 7',,. ,;■■ 7.v: ■ .7 ''.vlv''/ : '.'■■■'■
SMO.RT vlJJ.:S(.:Rl|;"|.\tpN ,pl'- -..■pJiO.I'KH-TY.,
Provincial ■ Lancl    Surveyor |dav; arid ilicidentallv put up «,i
1PORT   STEELE.   B.  G. -      baying   thai,', he'    needed    Thi-.
. , "■ '.-' ' ■i--jP'nowpKf.ro:K  in his business/
;;■'': GEARY  '& DOY17.E'. ; . C.(,. ' '{■    H^ndGrscm -and' V; ■*-':
.,'=,;—: —;———'rr X      " ; Guinier. .B.iill: iv^'fU". were'in'tpWi;
LiVeryJ   Feed   &> Sale   Stable, I ^Monday.;    Mr.. Hendei;son wen,
7". Fort Steele B. C       ...
Ueg-uhu-   D;iil.y   S.la.ir.-   iih./ts   a/
' trains tit- Fort Stcelo .1 nri.'t.ioii.
TKA.MING Ol-" AL'l.  KINDS A SPKCIii.J.1 •■■
j to Cranbrook on business, anii
IMr. Guinter went east on ilie
! afternoon,train..
.;     Ail emeriront meet in a' ol' Norih
! Star Lodgy A. I;'.  ^.  A. M.':   wi 11
be hukl'un i-j'iday (.(veiling   Sep
.    . _..._ -__..__ j ternher-   2 .1 li ..nh  Masonic   V-Iall-
It  Will   be   tO   Your   Interest.    jW.   .1."l.-!nwser,   Grand   Master.
/ ■■'•'■        •    ''"     '"    yjwill   be,, .at '■ Ste'o.ky on uhitt'd'ale..
••,'■•■■. •   '■■■• land-will be entertained  by   local
;.  If you ■.'oiiiemplcite  visiting ■th.c-.Hs. I brei lie.rn.      A   (■-.orditil invil itt.ioii
ll.oiiiri','Kxposi.tL(in..to, ncnii-.i r./Iialji../11-- j is'ox tended '° sd.i'i'iirning' 'ihetn -.;
formation   it.-,   to   r:iili-..ad   ,-;..:rvii-i.:.   Ii.'   7|.»"1'S (.if tlie Oi'dei' 1 (■> bo present:
■ lowost. ratos iind ilH.-.,hi-^t i.'iiis.t.y.,.,   Ai-.-1 y ,   ,..        7     .
; i.ri   to    local   .co'iKiit-iiViin-  ii:   St..   f.t.uv:', '■' ...
•   ■•;'  :'. ...  TO  •'•'•,
. '. ' y. AND ALLy ''
Pacilic   Coast   Points
..Mat'lier,7B..,D-.'.'.y,'7..'.."...,,,.;, .'.
.Howard,. A.;F.. .-..y.:.,• -1' •.. -.,;..
East Kootenay 'CuniboiyGo:'.-.
'Hutchison,  I no .,.,......,;.'
,; .Uobhiso'ii, .17.1 W. ..... .''.'• 7
■: Watts, A." IC.'.. ...'/:.".';-7-..:..
,Watts7A. K .,.....: 7,.', ill. ■'..
;ll.to.< i\liio;Kio.'. vX:.'  .77..: .,."
h'ollock/h. W... ;, '/.vv
Hoiiffh.O. M. .'.'..../. .7. .*..'".
MuGiiirc F. C. and II. W. 7-
yRoiise, K .-7 .v.. .'.•. 7 ci.......
.|l|1iiii:li & .lo'nes'......... .-■..... 7
'St'Hatuber. 7'Ih, "]!)().',y
l^ots G5-I.-5-0 "OS. Group 1. .'. ..
Lot^oon Group i."X -.'..'.-.:";' /..;/
Dot''18:17.7"7,.."'.-, ."-, .7.7/;,'. .f.-..-.,;
Ldt.3574 . :; ';       /.,■:;. . .-■;'.'..' -■.
Lot:io58   -''.'• ''-",.;/.../. .-7 XX.
Lot280-j v ,'• 7,v.,. .,:7.,.::7i.
Dot'lOOO ;  ' '•"■:■,- ..-. '1
Lot:-ior>(G'.". .-•     .-.... 11..7 XX. 1
Lot'2244/ 7.''.■ ' .'.'. :.; v. /.'"■.-,■'.'
Part ol' Lot :I5H,'Group' 1.1... .'.
Part of Lot MOO'.'     "■    '.7,'.v ■! <7
Part o 17Lot :U-1.7v ;;:      '... i	
Lot 0812, Gi'oiip J'.-. . . /. 7... ...'..
... Delinquent.,.....
x ■0"'cy;.'J'
V .".' .:■,.-'
;   Taxes,
;':■ -r-o,,;'
< - 3" 5^. ■"
I'll ':,'77;7,
.V   '■   '• 'V . 0 ,
1 Total.
■   —• r-T ...
■i-i ' -1.  •:■
oE sale. :
•'■ "in %'
!    : v7.v 7
■  / , I .■'.  /   ..'• .
$G(i.do; "ci'.$:voo
'X *2 00
■ $71 .90
'/ .3-.90!'!-         15
<~   300
■■•7 °(i 05
10 40' '■■''..   v 75
',;. 2 00
'    '111 'vin
,7 20
7 v    .'io
7 2 00
v 9 50
35 15
■;.: .1 -to
,     .'iS^oo
V.  Ml M5
" "•-;. 85
'v 22 20
' v7.20
."„■ ;io
. v  2 00
,   0'50
7 55
7- " 7 30
2 00
"'•   9 .85
v     0(10
• 7 ■  -to
, -'2 (10
12 00
10 25
.:"■'*>   45
... '2 '00
12 70
/. 10.25
" "•.■„-.ir,
'.-', 2 00
",   1.2 70
M 00
",'.   1.5!
"7-   2 00
/v' m
2 00
.'■'    \?>:'iry
A7 0,7 NEtiSUN,. Asse^or, ,7 v;f   y      .7   "_v 7/
: Forty,Steele  Asstywiie.itI' Pitiirict, draribfool,-, B.C.
'.hotels, etc.. .0..'.
tl'. yon'  will   u:rii." 11,:.'  iii.i/y^iv'...'
'.Mi'aliiii;   w 11:1.1    int'i.rina'ion   y.m   d.'-ii"
I lie sn.iiio will    lift   pr').iiii|ii.|y    IVn-iii-!,. :
II »■)■ .In not. lia vi/ .'ii' ,..11 hand. -•. :v
s.'iriirc it. for yon it [."iV.Mil.h-. 111.d '.'. i'!
out. any rxpoiiM: '.ii y.'U.     A.l.lr.vV i
In. 11. 'n:UMi:i;i.i.. <'..uiin.-ivKi.i a^-.'...'  i
142 Third  Sli'.-i'l.   Piii'tlan.I, ''if.-'   i
GONTRftGTOR     and    bUILDtK
Jd^"   All   work  promptly done.
\1 ...•,:llll II iv"..    Ill I IIK-I V.   S|HI) (SIIK-M  !
'1'//i;'.i I   an.1   ::..iM-it   ill''  :.kjn   a ii'I'. r"iin.' ■
K.'.'ll —■ ml Ml.'l 111"! '.Illil.-,. |„ii.il iii'kI I'lirl I'
.'■>.■.', tj--,e■ '111" .M..i=,tiT .M.'.-iii.'iilr'.." 'I'm' So:i|.
AII.i'i-1 'P'.ll.''! .■--'•.■! |. I!..,. M!p,.
Shaving W. Hair Dressing- Parlov
N'..vl t.> .^iriilli.-unii Hold
FORT    STEELE';    B,   C.
Ai!   h'inds   (.(  Hair Work   a   .Specialty
A.   .1.  Cl.'i'./,     -      -     Pu-ni'lilK'lOK.
Palace find Tourist
Slooiiors,  Buifott
Library Cars, Modern
Doy  Conolic.s.
Diniog- 'Cii'i-k;
M15ALS-   A    LA,  CA'RTIS.
Best   Weals   on   Wheels
2|.'AS'I'    'I'LVMNS t~>
KAS'I'   AN'H   WKS'I'-D.'UI.V-   ^-    '
To World's Fair. St. Louis
l''..r   lull "piir.l.icnlars.   rati's.    I'ohW.'-i-H j
■all nil or ii(I<1 i-i !
S. I;-. \'l''.l ;i< HS, c.w.i'. a., i
I. , Seattle. Wash. 1
I-I. ifUAlM)'!'. (.'.i'...t t.a.. S)x>i:aiio.,  j
Wediiesd ay, October   5
7 -.".WILL 7 BE     ■■'
, KailroiHl, Tickets Cm Iii;  Purchased at
lalili-oiul, Tickets "Cm ,'l.io  T
On Tnosihiy, (7)61/ -Itli, Cloud licturniii"- Until .Oct.  lOtli        7
Band Concert by Fifth Regiment; Royal British Artillery jj
;   •    Band of Victoria, B.C. |
Big /Vaudeville. .'.Programme
in'.Front of Grand Stand.
$2,500    in ,.Pt5rses   ..
KOIIT. It. U()Si:U()\-tl'.. Sw.nilni'y and .M.niiHBdr. SI 'OK.A.VK.  WASH.
Your   attention ■ is   (Milled    to, ■ the
/■•Pioneer JTiimitocl'' trains of tho   '.'Mil-
l v.-auircc &, St ll'iuihUiiilwiiy." ''The Otily0
: porroo-t'triiiiis in the world."
Yon will limi it dosirahlo lid ride oii-
those trains whon fVoiny. to any poit>?.v-'r\
l-he Kristorn Sllal.e.H .or Caiiada. Tliey''
.���(iiiiiect. with , all Transeontineiital
'iJ-aii.iH ami all Ticket Agents soil
tick(-1n.   j
' D'or riirllior iiil'oriiiiitioii, pamphlets,
c.t.c, a.sk'aiiy TicUot Agent or
It.  \j.  FOllD,        " II. S,  i.'iOAVIO,
Vuss. Agent, General A'gont,


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