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 i- hriiry ol Lu<J Ae3  Voi. O.  FORT STEELE, 73. C, SATURDAF, SEPTEMJBEI* !2G,  790��  o.  ATd  5.9.  ROSS A SURE WINNER.  His Election and the Defer;t-.of tlu-  Uoal Company's Candidate  Assured.  From Om Own (Virii'spiniilciil  Pernio, Sept.. Ki.���This wool;  has made il plain to ovt'ry tin  prejudiced man in tho district  tliat Win,, li. Ross, the Censer-  valivo candidate will ho' Heeled  by a, large majority.  ���  Tho   Liberal   lenders   1 bought  that   th��i��� mooting  at   Pernio at  which   S��� H.   Taylor  of  Nelson  was llio principle   speaker,   had  made  a difl'eronee,   hut   at  tho  meeting hold on Monday at Mor-  r riss'e.y,, on   Tuesday   at.   Pernio,  and   on   Wednesday   at, Michol,  Mr. Ross got hack at.  Mr.   Taylor's  statements  in   sncli a. way  that.'it has loft, no room for doubt  as lo who tho   next  M.L. A.   foi*  tho Pernio' district will   bo���all  ,admit that Mr. Smith is  a,  good  honest  man,   but  ho  is not tho  man   to-represent   an ithporlant  district in the house���-on account  of  liis   inability   to point to any  service  that lie has rendered to  bis    constituency    during    the  three years he has been a   member;    ���  Tlie people of .Pernio require  a member whose interests lie in  ,t.lio district and who is familiar  with its needs. A man who is  free from the dictation of any  corporation and who has a free  hand in every sense of the'word:  On the 3rd of October, the electors of the riding', will relegate  Smith   to   tliat   obscurity    from  , i i  t i i t '  which 'he  accident ly arose with  no uncertain voice.  FEUN1E  POLITICS.  A   man    cannot    servo-.   1-;vo  masters in the local   house.   ' E.  ,C. Smith is Ihe Coal   Company's  candidate, and will   not.  receive  the support of miners.  A house that is divided must  fall. E. C. Smith cannot serve  the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Company, and tho interests of the  miners at the same time in the  local house.  W. R. Ross the Conservative  candidate has been, is now, and  always will be the friend of the  miner wage earner.'  al. Craiibrook hist Thursday was  one of iho most, ontorlainin��r  feat ui'es-Oil Iho program. -Hii  has 'i peculiarly ciilortaini'iii!'  and uiidoM-rihahlo manner all  disown. Uis pnlilical slory of  provincial polilios is good lo  road, hut it was ten limes more  forcible and inleresling to hoar.  Tlie Liberal parly in this riding do not believe Iliat Dr. King  can he Heeled, and all Ilie efforts  of the spellbinders oannol make  ol hers believe if. ���       Quite a niiinlier of railway men  have declared emphatically thai  fhoy will support, work and vote  for Thomas Caven.  p  "ENGINEERS. EXPLAIN."  Liberal Spellbinders Will Note the  "Turn'of .the Tune."'   ,  Will Visit Poplar Creek.  F. W7 Robertson, Provincial  Mineralogist returned .from an  exploration trip in the Flathead  valley Wednesday, and left on  Thursday's train for the Poplar  District, where he will examine  into- and report on the recent  discoveries of free gold quartz  in that cam]).  Craiibrook. Sept. 21 $t, HXW.  To Tnrc Phospkctou  .Regarding the letter in the  Herald of the 17th. under the  heading ."hhigineors. ISxpIain'"  signed by T. S. Gill, secretary,  wherein the inference is given  that members of the 13. of L. E.  are opposed to Mr. .Caven.  We the undersigned Locomo;  Live Engineers at Craiibrook  lake'exception to the article, as  if is misleading and unauthorized  by the 13. of L.E. as a body. It.  is well known'thaf labor organizations; or unions; especially,  the 13. of L.E. as an order, or  union, do not, take any part.'.in  politics. Mr. Gill's article is  not iii error when he says that  the1 13. of L.E. as a body, has  taken,no part whatever in party  politics or given.any promise to  support Mr. Caven as a.body.  Mr. Gill was simply overzoalous  in the interests of the candidate  he favors, but we, Locomotive  Engineers at Craiibrook? as individuals believe that Mr. Caven  will best represent our interests,  as he is a member,, of organized  'labor, and in case of his election,  would safely guard their interests ih the Legislature, therefore, wo bespeak for htm your  earnest support and vote.  ���Walter Edwards, 13. Murgat-  Voyd, Chas Magco, A. Jardine,  N. A. Chaput. G. Mini roe, J.'II.  Caslako, E. G. Brown, J. M  Robertson, M Gollis, W. Neil,  "P. G. Rulley, W. A. Rose, J.  Pennossey, Chas Yeande, ."J. T.  Sarvis. N. Royal, D. Drain, TT..T.  Brock.  STRIKE IS ENDED.  consists  of a  fall of 250 feet in  ���  less than one mile, with a volume |    '  :���        _  of water thai is estimate.'] at not I The   Company   Concede   the   De  BULL RIVER.  Its Placer, Quartz and Iron Mines  ' "' ���Immense Water Power. '  Bull river Hows in a southerly  direction from the Rockies, and  empties into the Kootenay about  10 miles south of Fort SLcele1  Quite an amount of .work has"  boon done in this section within  tho jjast few years, and a number of quartz claims located,  chiefly in the vicinity of the  bridge* on the. old pack ��� trail,  where Iho latter crosses the  canyon, some five miles from its  mouth.   ��     '  ' Tho0"01d Pack Bridge"' was a  centre of activity on Bull river  in the "early sixties" wheti the  discovery of gold placers, a mile  above the bridge, made the river  famous,1 and returned small, fortunes to many prospectors. ' The  records as to the amount of gold  taken out arc rather meagre and  incomplete but old timers' estimates   place   the   figures   quite  high.  A vote for  thrown    in  workmen.  Dr. King is a ballot  favor    of    Chinese'  Matters Political.  St. John's Church oi England.  Grits, at the coast, admit   that  t'ho McBride govern men I, will be  ��� sustained by a majority of ton.  -Liberals in the , Pernio and  Craiibrook ridings pretend to  feel good, but they are whistling  /to' keep their courage up; they  are defeated, it is now only a  question of the size of the Conservative majority.  .',. The unseasonable- Conservative snow storm which struck',  Manitoba last month has' . dis-,  couraged the Grits in Southeast  Kootenay.  pi edicts    a  heavy   Liberal   frost  and'snowstorm on October .'ird.  A vote for Dr. King is a ballot.  thrown    in    favor   of    Chinese      Canada's side of the   Alaskan  workmen. .     ��� boundary question is closed   and  .Toe Martiii at-a political meet-   the American'contention   is now  ing held at Port llaney declared   being urged.  that  all   Liberals   would loyally j     Balmoral is now! the Empire's  support   the   loader   chosen   by  political centre, the King   is  in-  The weather cleric,  local    visitation,    a  Services will bo hold in the  Church of St. John the Divine  every Sunday evening at 7:!-J0 ex-  ccpl on the third Sunday in each  month when the service will be  held  at 11 'o'clock a.m.  Holy Communion will bo administered at the close of tlie  service.   ' '. '   7  Strangers are welcome. 7  PUrcSBYTEUIAN  GI.IUllCII. ''  Divine 'Worship ������will' be held  in the" Presbyterian Church  every Sabbath morning 7if 11  o'clock.  Sabbath School every Sunday  at halfpast two o'clock.  Choir practice, every Thursday evening, at. 7:5'50 o'clock.  Pastor:    T. McCoiii).  times a  0��  swift   and  them after the election.  Hon. Charles Wilson's address  l.ervening.7    This is a new phase  of Britain's great crisis.      *���  There is, indeed, no  doubt but that a largo amount of  gold was washed from the , river  bed; that it was very coarse and  of good quality, and that pay-  dirt was confined to a. very limited stretch of tho river on either  side of the bridge, that is.losay,  just above and below the canyon  Bull   river  is  at   all  good   sized   stream,  broad, until it enters the canyon  where  it  is  confined to a width  not exceeding thirty feet by perpendicular walls of quartziteand  slates.    Through this gorge,   in  a  distance  of  a   mile, the river  drops two or three hundred feel,  in   a    succession   of   falls   and  rapids.,    Above  the  bridge the  rocky banks arc only a few   feet  above  the level,   of   the'water.  Here   the   river   rushes   along,  lashed into foam,  as   two .-sharp  right angled   turns  obstruct its  passage.,.'    Straightening   itself  oil   its  course   if  makes  a   wild  dash at the bridge as  though, to  sweep itaway, but when   within  a distance of twenty feci, if drops  suddenly  out  of   sight   over   a  sheer fall of HO foot,  sending   up  a cloud of spray in which hung a  .most.beautiful rainbow, seeming  to act as tin' ai;ch for the  narrow  bridge    spanning     tlie   canyon.  Below, ihe river'plunges on   for  some  fhr.ee-quarl.ors  of  a, mile  between walls of ever increasing  height.till;, finally flic gorge  1200  foot in depth, .vol   scarcely  one-  half that distance   in   its   upper  width.      Suddenly    the   canyon  widens into a, valley with sloping  sides wooded to the water's edge  through which the river now  peacefully winds, scarcely recognizable as tho in ad torrent ir.et  with but a few yards further up.  The canyon of Bull river, with  the unbroken forrost to the,very  edge of its perpendicular' cliffs,  form the most beautiful bits of  scenery in'Southeast Kootenay,  ���and it,is appropriate that, nature  should- have set it in its golden  frame.'  Where the gold came from-  that lay immediately above and  bolow the'canyon, is still an unsolved mystery. "Pay'" extends  but'a short distance above and  below the"canyon1, '"various attempts have been made in later  years to work these placers, but  without any decided success.  Almost every year considerable  quantities of gold is taken out  by miners who by tho const.ruction of wing-dams are enabled to  work a portioivof the river bank  and their efforts have always  boon rewarded by a sullicicnt  amount of gold, though their  wing-dams and drifts are destroyed every year by the high  water that comes every spring.  Among the old lime prospec-  lors who have worked on Bull  river M.t Phillipps, Thomas  Kelly and Mr. Woods wore tho  first. In later years Joseph  Burgeas and George Geary are  said to have taken out 810,000  during a single winter. John  W. Ridgeway, George Munro  and Charles Clement also worked the Bull river placers with  varied success. A large number  of prospectors every year during  low water have secured considerable gold, but owing to tlie  rapid water and insullicieht capital their efforts have not met  with any decided success. Yet  the fact remains, in the opinion  of all old. time placer miners  that the time is not far distant  when Bull river will be compelled to yield up its treasure to  modern hydraulic mining backed  up   by   sufficient  capital to turn  loss than 10,000 minetys inche:  at its lowest stage, and will develop about 0.000 horse power.  In the near future when this immense power is harnessed, and  transmitting power io,the .mines  a.'nd towns in Iho Kootenay  valley there will be a large town  and many permanent industries  localod'ai 'Bull river.  The largest body of hematite  iron in Southeast Kootenay on  which some A/> locations have  been made are located on tho  mountain overlooking 'the Bull  river placer mines.  The Kootenay Central Railway  when constructed will cross Bull  river at the pack bridge.  COM)   UIVIOR  MINING    COMPANY.  The Gold River Mining and  Power Company, is incorporated  under the laws of South Dakota,  with a capital of 8200,000; and  have acquired the immense  water power at Bull river, also a,  mile of placer ground, and -100  acres of choice land, situated bolow the falls.'  If is the intention of the  company to build a dam   and   emptj'  the  river' a  half mile above the  falls,   and   build   a  flume to the  falls, emptying the bond   of,;the  river  of its 'water.      Pirst: for  placer mining, after  which   will  continue, the  flume  from above  the head  of  the-falls along the  top of tho>rock and into an  iron  penstock enclosing water wheels  a half mile down the river  from  the  head of  the  falls, where if  will  be used  for. power. -    The  company have a  force  of about  20 men employed in cutting  out  and excavating a   right  of  way  for,the big Hume which  will be  10 foot wide and five   foot deep.  A. road   has    been   constructed  from the main road at the Chicle  anion  Stone   mine  lo  the falls  Winter   quarters   for   the   men  have also been built.    A sawmill  has been ordered and is now  on  its way to East   Kootenay which  will   be   installed    immediately  upon its arrival.   A force of men  will'bo   employed   during   the  coming winter getting out  logs  and sawing lumber  for  (he   big  Hume, which will be constructed  as"soon as the  season   will   permit in the spring'.  mands of the Miners.  A serious strike was threatened   at   the Morrissoy coal mines  during/ the  early    pari   of   this  weelc.    Over 1. IHO  employees of-  the Coal Company were out   for  two days.  The principal contentious are  all" verged' in the 'duties of the  cheek' woiu'liman by the com-  pany. The law of British Columbia sels forlh clearly, the  duties of a chock* wei<_'hinnn  which law has been violated by  the Coal Company.  Pernio, Sept. 2:-!.���Tho dilli-  oulty between the employees of  the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Company and the management over  the question of weighinir the.coal  loads has been amicably adjusted  and work*-has-been resumed at  the collieries.  "    ��� >  ' -Tho agreement signed in April  last by the company has again"  been ratified, and the trouble is  over. "   Mining Notes. '-  Conservative Meeting.  the water so as- to enable thoA  river bed'to bo cleaned. . > ,'��� '  Among the mining .properties  located on Bull river, overlook-,  ing the placers, are the Mabel,  Ohjckani.on Stone, Daisy, Silver  Chief, Silver Reef, Silver Buckeye. Mc'dly . Bawn, Cuckoo and  Twilight. In 1.895) there wore  lour crown-granted claims, forty  certificates of .work issued, and  III! new locations niade on Bull  river. Valuable discoveries were  made during the year on the Old  Abe mineral claim. The orb in  this vicinity'carries, copper, sil-  Thcre will be a public mooting  at the Band Hall on Wednesday  evening September 30th. The  issues of the campaign will be  presented by Thomas,Caven. the  Conservative candidate, J. A.  Harvey of Fort Steele and other  speakers.  An invitation is extended to  Dr. King, Liberal candidate, fo  be present and participate in the  discussion.  Seats will.'be reserved for the  ladies.     ������;";'..   .   ...    . .. '... ���     "  News Notes.  ver and gold.  The   Bull   river  water   power  The Vancouver Newspapers  have consented to arbitrate their'  differences wifh'fho printers.  A Liberal spellbinder has sued  the Colonist for libel, and wauls  820.000 dan'iagos. ".'  'it is expected .that the four  daily papers of Vancouver will  be tied upon October 1st, throe,  days before the general elections  in the province, by a .strike of  lineotype operators.  ft, is stated that the Canadian  Pacific railway is incensed at the  Grand Trunk railway for entering the Canadian Northwest, and  has determined upon a policy of  retaliation, by construct ing competing lines in Ontario.  .  ���  A party of stockholders of Ihe  Gold   River Mining  and Power  Company.'whoso properties  are  at   Bull, River  recently k visited '  the mines. ���  '  Gold mining in the Port Steele  district ' began' in lSG-i. The  principal plaeor mines are situ-  atetV'on Wild llp/se creek four,  miles from the town of "Port.  Steele. ' Bull river placers are  situated '10 miles from Steele  anclthe Perry crock'mines about  20 miles.        ' ,  The wonderful lino winter oil-.  mate oi' Soufhcasl .Koolenay is a"  great'and, most 'favorable' factor  in the development of mining and  smelting.  G. E. Henderson, president of  the Gold River Mining Company  who has been inspecting the  company's property at Bull  fiver, left for his homo at Canton  So. Dakota .Monday.   .  Nothing is wanted but capital  and acquaintance with mining  and the best methods of tbe reduction of ores to bring South  East Kootenay to tho front as  one of the principal ��� mining  camps of British Columbia.  Everything seems to indicate  that this much favored district,  East Kootenay. is on the threshold "of a new era. With tho  opening of spring the new order  of things will have fairly begun,  and by mid-summer, unless all  signs fail, the Porr Steele mining  district will be bounding along  with a rapidity of progress such  as tho district has never previously experienced before.  Silver-lead Quotations.  Neu'York. Sept. :.',*>:  Bar Silver:.:..   .:....,.:   OS l  .Mexican dollars -.'.....  -15|  Lead v v.......   -!.;;-.  Copper.v ...".'....:...'   ���l'l.OO  .Spelter..'...';   0  ���   London: Sept. 25.���Silver, ��� 27  .'l-Kld:  copper     i;")!!   7s     U;   lead,    XII  2s  7d:  spelter, ��-'l  2h fid.  Market Conditions.  Copper was dull and nominal  at New .York during the' past  week:  losing 10s in London.  Lead was triuditingodvat-New/  York- and the same in London.   '  Tlie soil of the. Kootenay  valley is capable of., producing  grain, vegetables, and fruits of  almost every, variety; large and  small. When the people fully  realize that ' there are other  sources of wealth i Iran the pro-,  ducl'ion of the precious and. useful minerals, more" people will  engage in agricultural pursuits.  "6>- ���ROfcHEGTOfi  T STEELE,  B. U, SEPTEMBER 20,   1903.  .lisTA'iii^i.siii'UJ . 18(15. ,;    ....  x'x"-   r%x B. Grace, -'; 7,  PUBLISHER .AND    ICDlTOli.  .THE   PROSPECTOR,    is    publishes!  ��� every ''Sat'urilriy,. and  lias  ii Kiiarsnitcc.il  circulation Iuiser, than .any,.,other pa pei  -'.0 In Kast Kootenay. It is all lioihc Printed  and ...con.ru ins  double  ilif' news; of . ati>  ���tlier paper in the disiriet, V. .;,.,'  '���������7 As. .it."   ad\-crti��iuK   I'nedi'i'.n   it /is (Mi,  -, excelled.,,' -'   '' .  .'Devoted. lothe'iipbulUlUig 61 Fori Steele,   the  development of the vast mineral, resourocs ol  Vtie East Kobieiiny min(hHdl3ti-K't. 'y  5ul>scrlptIons,'v........:.;...... ���i.'.OO.pev .vein.  ''   Advertising raies .made.kno.wn'oniippllraiioy  Contributions'lire solicited i'rqrti all parts of try  ���.-^istrlctrbai^H-mattcrin^Haedfar-'-pKb  * 'nust have ihe \yriie,r',s���slgiiaturp.���'. .    ,.:  @^e $v0&pzrtox v  .SATUHDAY, ay.PT. '2(i.  li'iCI.  LIBERAL-CONSERVATIVE;  7 ,     CANDIDATES/'  ;HOX. L'iOJJKRT P..Oi^lCIOX  ',.���.'������';��� " 7 v. ,: ' Tor itaslo.''       .-������'  7 7v7 THOMA^,C;XvlK v '  ������'��� ;,,    vTor Crun brook;       7  '���/','������ ������'  \\\7l;y ROSS V' '':''7 7  ,-,- :i .'���''''.'." ' " for'Ferule..    ,'��� ��� ���, ���  7 :., ,'..-��� JQHNvHOlJ^TON ������:' 7,,'  -���;''"��� , ���        v: for .Nelson.   ���:,- ���".,  ��� '������:-'77'.7'irALlKV:.'7WcfG.af 7:;  ':���������..������"'��� ��� , , v.. Cor. Yuiir. 7vV .XX  *.,, .���-.-:_.vWJTjLIAJL'-HUN.TEU '..  .77;,   ! ���<"���������'��� -.v ���  for S16can7 '     .'. 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''UST7asv 'it 7thought-itvhad  ���",sOmethiiigito ihAU aboht���^  '- ���������^���'���j-ust- asityya^'rejoieing, in 'anvp^  ���~7:---pprtutiity;7tp.'.;Hfirn  ,7 v aiid7;abuse -'the^:.present; .goverti-  "������ : vTinent���just.as: it iaw'-.a'h;.. oppor-  v,.v tuhity;; to pose' as'7'tlie"''frieii;dpf  .7;';t7t'he7d'ppressed'-:and:te'117AvK  7 ;fiil7feUows^.tlievGonseryaitiye.���.'ar'^'  ��� '��� "���-f-justv'v then;; tliati?7irreprSSsible  7';,7nuisaace, the ,'(0ld;Man;;"Had:j;to.  7 7v'openhis 7mdutH;7,7v7;v7v7v::v.v7;v.,J.7''( v;  :-':7i"A*77v;'liunclredv;.'7Consdryative,  :v���76rators7rhight,hiave;,tal:lced forva.  /7Vhundredydays77a7thou^atid.7Cori'-;  'vvWAK'J'BD-;SlvVE[;jALv,PKRSOis;'S  of .t'hitni(.-iei-'v anil���vgopiI   .vejuti'iuvi'iin,; ui  eai'h>"!,��K', .(oiie::iii-i.h'is':'cWui'tiv,roqiiirt,'ii)  ;ioVreuresent Viimi 'auvcrt-is^:7lti e^utb-  li*)ieu;\ve;il,0iY- ba^bi'tiS^hoi!Se,'oi'iViJi)!,iil  R'tiiint'ial vlKoif'h'M'vy1 vWa};u\v  ��� S'llAH),  w-iickiy7,'wh-ii .ex.-'ensoj. axltliiiouiil,:.all  7pstyiibRyn^a#h;:-dire^  'iIiiy'.,"i>.oui'; head'. nrj-jeesvv;���"���'TlorsiS.'"aii'd'  wirruiii'tj, Aurniihed .'vwiieii1 neeo��s:ii'y.  'Referi'ifees;', 4V>;K;ne!'i.)#e'.(. sel.fraitcircled  f."'rii'ek){')o: 7QitIrtinal7C7o.. 'ii'-ii'.. Deiirborn  Si';."'Chi'ciii&oT; '���' 77 7'7;''7-!   777' v'v ���'��� V.,",:  m  :<Mr:  '^&\WM:fMi:Bf&dM  mm��m&M%^^  Ooiiimercial  :sefyatiyevv7newspapers'v:: 7might:  :^i iiy e7 Tiii-i htdd 7" td h ,7thdu ^  7.7; f6rittls,;7afti'd'7i bf'Ts dpubt^lif 7.tiipy;  .���'���J;cpti).d:,liaye,'''sLied^  v7;'iiig:such*Sv clear.',] ightvupdu7;the  :'v'':'tch(3'at).;,liy'ppferi.sy.'.p'j!;:^^^^^  :-7'Silci.lb'ui;^  ,77explosive,editor,in afew"hiiiiuties'  .. epstly ycandor    in 7yhis   recent  7;vspeech7at Eorf;Steele!777,v7:''.'����� 7  ''v'v.'v X" ���  'yX: XX' .*'.77*7't''*77-Vy'''5V--'   ���;   ���'  ;' "G-i'ving added, emphases'to the  7 reasons \yiiy .Gbnservatives . and  .Liberalsvresidenf , cast ��� .oi!,,the  lvo6fena,y   river  should   respect  'the political, 'preferences of the.  1      '���       ������i           1. ,\  Conscrvative candidate, a man  of I'ecogniV.ed fairness, intregity  and abi 1 ity, avho has bee 11 selec,b>,  ' qd to rqprfesent this'constituency  because he is familiar 'with, the'  conditions and needs'of the  cli's-  '.'tri.c.t';7,aiid he wilt enter the legis-  ��� lafive  lialls free:. from,. piedges  ', ,and 'cpiribinations, of the   Liberal  :spellbinders. 777y;/7 =i'  77 " '   ���    '".   V'V,.    -X-   , ''*        -X-,  ; .. 7 Thomas  Gaveri vis  onev.of'the  ��� best' known  and  post   popular  citizens of the Craiibrook riding.  , It is just,one week til! "election  ���'.day and all through the province.  there will be a busy seven  days'.  Have you. decided . which way  .,���' you will vote.': ,    eX'X  The'ro! will   be, a  large .silent  vote   in   C ran brook   riding",   and  " there will be some decided shr-  prises on October Mrd. ,-Tjie  Liberals are claiming' everything  in sight.'!but the 'Conservatives'  ���have ' their   coats   dtT   and   are  .. stead iiysa, wing wood..  -*��� V.- ?r ,      "  ..The nearer election day comes  Hie   more   certain   it   is  the Me-  '.Bride, government; will be re;-,  turned. , Cast your ballot for  I'liomas C'.-i\'(iii and7g'-t 'I1 with  the swim, so; placing   Craiibrook  .riding on the role of honor.  ^Ctfhservative: PlatforinV:  [Adopted at Revelsto.ko'J'-.Sitp'tcraberVlStliV. 1W)2]  ' (joining' events oast tlioir  shadows.. (.',. A. McDonald conferva five ca.ndidate, for Lillooel.  whs elected by acclamation.  n-      *      ���:<���    .  /\ .marked contrast, is presented by the (-lioiee of candidates in  this riding. . Mr. Thomas Caven  Conservative ca.ndidate has been  ���7',-i:"������ ;Thut "ithis" ;..:oiiveiHidii.'7reanii'nis,  tlie po'Iiey ofv'tho.; partyvih'' matters-tff  pi'bvinr.ifil ;r.O!!;<li>. aiul truife:: vth'e.Oiviier-  ship . aud; control  of ^railways aniftlTE  devclopiiieiit'cit the 7;,;ij;?i'ie'iiltiiral'77.re'-'  nburces of the ]>rovince7i"is,;laid.; down7t;i,  the platform1 adoi)teu iii'October."71 ,^lfi':-!  .\vhicli;,isfas;f]ollo\rs:77;7 .77 ���'''K^X.yXXxXx  Xy,'.'.'To'n'ctiively aid^in7:the77i;oh5triietioii;  o f' i, rai Is-- th roll g-h on t  the.; 11 n d ey e-lbped.  'portioii.7of the province aiid the7vbuilcl-.  :ing":bf;pi'oViii(iiat:triink.r<iacl^ dff;iiu'blire'.  ��� necessity.'77':a777 ':7v7'vvv7,v^7,:7;7,7v,;.7v7;7  77';','T67;i)tloplv tlie^iprih oiples X off jrover h-  .iiieiito.\viiei-ship'0'fvraihv,ays4irso;fa.'r.asJ  the oh'Ciiinstaiices.of'thelirov.inceV'Avil],  adinit. aiid the'iidoptipn of the ���principle,  that no bonus should be ���jjrantie.cl'to any  rai 1 way .-company which does v not?'. ,g'i vo.  .t,hLv7g-oyeriini.enV of .this'vprqyi nee control'  of, rates "over  lines bomised, ,to>etlier  will 1 the option of inir chase, v      v'7 ',���,'  '���'���7"To"-actively assist by state^aid'in.the  (levelopment o.C.V ih&X lig-ricultural   resources of the1 province, v     7 ������������:     v, v .  v 2. -tThat'in the'- meantime andviihtilv  the .rail way policy alio vesct forth,  can,  bg accomplishedva jfreneriil railway act  fie passed...^ivini.-.fi'eedain to construct  railways under -curtain approved  regulations^ analogous, to, the''-.system that  has'resulted.'iii such extensive railway  construction'in the United States, with,  so' nincl^advantagc to  trade: anil, coin-  merce.v    ���";���  7 .".    '7 .-'7 '    :':- ��� ' ;'. 77,. ������.'-',���  ;  '3.���-.; That to encourage the mining.in-'  dusti'V;  the ta.\-atloii7of' nietalliferouS  mines .should be blithe -basis; of a' per-  (.���eutag'e on the net profits;'  '4.    That tlie g-overnnient  ownprship  of telephone systems should.be brought  about as'a iirs't step-in   the  acquisition  of public utilities. 7   ';'��� ���������...',������ ,-' "''���'  ' 3: ,'Thiit a portion of every;coal area  'hereafter toi be disposed tff should .be  reserved'fi'oni sale or' lease, so that  state owned.mines .may be easily acces'-'  sible. if their ojieration becomes necessary'oi'advisable. .���'���"";     7 !'  0. That, in-tlie.pulp land leases pro-  ���vision,should be .made for reforesting  and'that steps slioulil be taken for the  Lrenei-al preservation, of forests by  guardiiiL- against the wasteful destriu'-  tiou of tiiiibei'. '.7 v  7. That the logislaf.ure and govern:  nieitt of, the pro\inoe should persevere  in. l lie eil'ort to r-eciire the .cxehision of  Asiatic ���labor.  ' S. Thai the.matter Of bettor terms  .in t.lie'way' of subsidy and appropriations for the province should be vigor-'  <)'u>]y pressed upon the Dominion gov-  nienJ.. ��� ,;   '   ,     v '  !*. Tliat the silver-lead , industries of  ;:,,��� province !)..��� fostered aiid eneoui,'-  ag.-.l by the imposition of increased  eii.-tonin duties .mi lead and lead products imported in��� Canada, nn<\ that flic  < 'onservative members of the Dominion'  House, be iii'i/'cil to su|.port. any .motion  introduced for sue), a purpose;  10. That, as industrial disputes almost, invariably result, in ei-caf loss and  injur',' both to'the parties directly con-'  .���(���rued and lo the public, legislation.  .ibOiild b��..- pas-.ed lo provide- means for  an 'aiuiejilile ;..|jii-l m.'-iii, of siieh dis-  pul.e.i In-live.in eiiip'loyor.i and cin-  iilov.-c.-. '       ���    .   ���   ' v    .  SampIelvS��pplms#  MlNpRAl'. ACT.-  '-.'- v.(i,'()i(M"r.)V7v  onirnrioATR or i.mpiiovkmun'I's,  /73\ii.;Nki:kv'D; a;g;i  vvv-,,"( irbinr .p; );7:  cinrriPiOA't'i.: of lmpkovumpints. .  77'v;v7;. .v.i,':7-:.n<dtice.77'777'7 777  7 AliothPracfional.Mineral Clniiii. '  Siluittc' in,Ihe Fort'.Sici.lu.Jl.ining'Division ol'  Kiisl-Kooteiiiiy District.��� ', .'- '   7     ���' '  .  Wlioro 10(!iu,c'(I:-On Nortli'Star Hill. 7  ,   ��� J-'.  '���; IVkeNotioo Unlit; Tlids. 'I'., MV.X'iltie, F. M.  O.'ko. n.rtll'M,' iisciit forTlios. T.   Mcyiltifii.F:  M.c.,7Nri:-!ii.T:ii.l:i-ii,oarv7;Kiier.jv f:m;.o.. .N'o.  A3.43n2HXDnVlftNcivoii. FrcoMincr'sCbrii/iuato  Not. B.73KSI, intend, sixty cliiys froni'tlie (lute  hereof; ;to apply, 'to the Miiiiiij^lta'oi'ilcrfor u  Ccrtillcii'to of ���Improvements,.- for iho 71,11 rpnsp of  oljtaiiiing 11 Crown Graui of the above claim.;  And furtliei- take notice thiit notion, niuler  section 37. must'be coiiiiiience.l berore'tlie issii-  linceof such Ccrt.iliciite.of l'ln'rrovoiiiouts., ��� .7 :  ���;���''Dated tin's lStli.driy of August;'A-b.. IfUWV V  ������d . .. ..,;..- 7v     Tiios.;T:sievrrTii!;. , ;  ;' 77.', v;77v '-''NOTiiCE^77:7v,777  ���v. "Xtilyco is hereby yivoulluH sixty, .(laysVaricr  Hale 1 In lend to apply tojlie Cli ief Coin 111 i.s-  sioner of Ijiiml.s iindv\\r0)'ks for iiennission to  piirehn.se the following (Iescribed lands in Kasl  Koolenayi.V Coiinnonciiigat 11 post |)l;u)lo.l.Von  the, west biin'lc of the ICobteniiy, K'ivcr opposite  Lot '123 G roup f .Koolc-nay Dist rict..-, .'tlienee  south'SO chains, lliencc'ea'.st T(i chains more .or  less,10'ijiiiili of Kootenay llivor. ihciico following, said lianl; up slreain to pninf of ('onoueiicc-  uiciit,3J0 acres more or less. ���������''������  rl.)'aleil tliis'firih of August, IPU.'!. 7.  3(1       ' .'   i'ATinCK'"l'V  l.iOI.AN, ,7  ;.-:-'--7v7v7'   -':7' .NOTICE.'7.;v7777. :,.... v  "Owen Sound Boy. hVaclnoiivMineral  ���.:'-'.-���' ������'���'���    ...,,'Claim. ���'   ������ i ������-.'��� '~X,.  ...Situate ill lli'o Fort St'eefe'iMining Division of  Fast ICootcnay Disti'iet7 -'..Vv -,. ,'' \    ' ,���..'������  Where located:���Oil.Siillivan Tlill.. , ' ,  V Tnl;e Notice .tliat. I, jaiiios A. llnrvo>vFrcc  'Miiier'sCertificnie No. U.(iOiy:i,i'ictiiiK i'or. iny-  self, and as ageni I'orTiolch V. I'lStnierevFree  ��� Miner's".Gertilieiile No. I!7;)ttr. iiiienil sixty  days.from thedate hereof, to apply to tli'e'.NIin-  iiig Kecorder for a Coiiilieate of Improvements  for tlie .'purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of.  the aljovc claim.7   7   '    "  '  .7-   7 "X-  VAiKlVfiirlhor lake notice ihatuK'tion.nn.ler.  section iiri'inust'be coininenced before the iAsie  an'cc of such Cerlilicnlp of Iinprovbiiieiiis.   ,  Dated this HlStdr.v of.Tilly,;A.D.. UKl.'i. ���--  '.;,:is,.;.'..; ,;7-"7'  7' '7y-'"''7 -X A,..uAi!yi':v.-,-  .,,-.,'..-      - iMiNc;RAfJ;i\p;r.77'V'7'; "v 7  -.- (ronsi !������.) '  v;77'.,7:'7;rv.;;..7:y77v.v^  '��� 77v.7 7;.7c;v-?;^-7--,'  XX^X&^^m^  7'V77^^^^'';  x ���*Mm$  ROBERTS, Proprietor.  Fresh "an'd.vSalt Meats - AI>Yays,.-On,'ll(iiiid.;y.  CKfl'I'll-tlOATE OV I.MI'IIOVKMKN'I'S.  II. Thiit-it i- advir.iible. to Toster the  1 nan 11 fuel lire of lie- raiv products of 1,1 je  province, within I.be province as lar as  i.r.-.el i.'iil.).- by means of ta.vation on. flic  -,;ii.: raw |.i-o.iin,'l-.. Mil.jeel to rebate .of.  1 lie -an.,- in wliofo or p.-irt wheii inanii-  liiet iii-.-fl in I !ril inli < '..liiiul.ia.  ADVERTISE.  THE PROSPECTOR.  .MAIL'CONTRACT'  SEA LED TENDERS, .-iddressed'to  tlie I'o.stniaster (Joheral. will be received tit, Ottawa uniil Noon,, on 'Friday  !lie2,'li'd. Qctolier for the. conveyance  of I lis ��� Majesty's .Mails, on.u'proposed  ( 'ontract for fiiur years, fourteen ��� times  per week each way. . between Fort  Steele I'ost. OIV\yy 'nntl' Kort.-Steele  .liinctioii l.iailway Station from tlie 1st,..  January nc.x'l,. ,.7^.  I'rinl,(;d notices conlitiniiie. further  informal.ion as to condilious of pro-  posed ('oul.riirl, may be seen and blank  forms of Tender . may be obtained id,  the. ,1,'osf Ollices of i.Virt Steel..- aiid  ('ranbrooli, and ;if I lie olliro of I hi; I *osl.  ' )|lic(. I nspcct.oc.  \V   II. IIOI.'MAN,  I-'ohI. (lllici' Inspector.  I'osl. ( )l!ice Inspector's ( )lliee.  Vancouver, Sept. Ifli.  PID.'I.  N.OTICE.   77 7 '.���''.;  Gold l.'-iiiy Friief.ioii'No.-2 -Alineral Claitii  V Siuiaie in the Fori Steele Mininjr Division of  I'tasl ICootenii.v Pislrfcti.       ., V  .Where ].iciUoit:-Oii .Vortli Stii.i llill.  ,   'I'lilce Notice ilia I I, .lames A.: I'liirvey.   Fi-m>  Miner's   Certilicale    No.   H. , C,0(U:i., :i|,'eiil. for  FuV'ene II.' iiraden. Free Miner's Ceriiiicale 1V0  li.lHMQI.' intend, sixty days froni the tin I u hereof,  to apply u.-tlu; AJfiling- Kororder for a  I'.Vrlill-  eiileof liiiprovuiiK'iiiK. for the, purpose ot" oh-  lalnfiiK a. Crown (irant of the nl.ove elaiii).1  . Alidliii'lher lake iiolicc  Unit action,   under  Siicli.ui :t;;, niiisi, \,p ('oniniencod liefoi'e llieisMi-  ance of such (Jertllh.uleof lniprnvenienis:  Daied this lllst day of July, AAX. 11.03.  3.'. ��������� 'il;.A..UA'UVI':V.    .  All.VKIiAL ACT.   .    .   ���  (i'OII.M   !���'.)  .tic/k:;:etS';;7  : .'.',7 TO  AND  l',K,OAiyJ\l..lV X   ;''. ,,v7  ���:PbiritS':-v:-Ea^  :70i^at;yr.  ���oi':irrii.'ujATK ok .imphovkmunts.  CLAIM.  , J.- HIGH WARDEN,  PIONEER   BARBER SHOP  1  , "    I V       ���  10 \- (' r.y 1,11 i 11 ir S tr i cil y P i 1 -s t ��� <71; tss.  Xrxl <l<itit- lo lh<: Prospector.  NOTICE.  .MIDWAY    Fit ACT ION   MINKR.AI  Situate in'the ' h'ort Sice.le Miniiii;.  Division ol' Fast Ivootena.v District.  Where, located: ���- Near Mark ('-reck-.,  T.AKK iVOTI.CK thai, I;' James [{.  Iliirvcy. I'h'e.oMiner's Oerlilie.-ile No,  ������I il'.lKiU':-!" acting, for,myself and. its ae-eni,  for Alex (). ' I tobcrsou. Free Miner's  ( ortilic'ii.e No. "lililKi.'ll," iiiid \\ri||is K.'  Johnson Free .Miner's (Jcrl.ificate ,\(..  '���I!(i(l!!.'l.'t'', intend sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Minine1 !;.���-  eorder I'or a ( :erlilica.|.(! of Improw-  niciils. foi; tlie. purpose of o.btiiini'n^" 11  (b'ou'ii.li'rant,of the aboi-c claim.  And. furl,her take not ice .thai, aelinn.  under section :!7. must be commenced  before fin.  Short   Line  ,7,' ,.,,, y   TO,-.       ....  Spokane,5 St. Paul, I)uluth, Minneapolis, Chicago and Points East..  2. THAI .NTS    DAILY        O  FAST .T.IAIU        ,   a��    ���.-���   ���"���  Now Equiptiiont Th roug'hout/ Day  Conches, Palace and Tourist Sleopors  Dining' and Buffet Smoking- Library-  Cars. ��� '    >'   7 ��  For 'Pickets, .Kales. Folders and. Full  Iiil'oiMiial.ioiu    Call on or address  liny ae'ent (.'reat Northern  I!:til way or.   ,-���'  A.. 11. C. D-KNNI'STON, it.W.P.A.  612 Fifth Avciuie, Sfifiule, Wash.  issuance of  of Improvements.  such, ('erl ilic-ue  Dal ed   this  UK):!.  J. A.  IIAHVKV,  list   day   of  July.   A.I)..  '       :-il "  NOTICE.  N'oliec is lierel.y |,'iv..h Iliat. sixty days after  dale I iiilend to npiily lo the Itlilef Con.mission..!' (.f Lands 11 lid Works a I Victoria.' for permission lo Inircliasc Ilie folliuvhiK' .l.'s.'i'il.cd  lands in lOasI K'qoIi.'Iih.v: Ciiiiiiiiencliit; al, a  p.isl plaiilcd, ill the s.nillicasl, ci.nic'r nl Lot  ::ii(l|. t.hciii'.1' S.l ciiains rnsl,, Iheiiee sii clneie  in,nil. I lii'tice.Sli ciiains ��'.'.si. I liencC nil ehnins  solll.ll 1*. Jilaci" of eiilillnen.'.'li.ellt'.     ,  A. Al, liKliMIOS.  .   ��� 'I'. KOIIKU.TS   Aiicnl  III.ted i\ui,'ii)il  .'III. Ill.tl tl-  NOTICE.  Noliee is herel.y i;iveii tliat   Sixty days alter  din.'   I' liiicnil   10 n'ppiy  10 tlie I .In'el'(' inis-  sioni'i- nf Lands and Wort's at. N'icloi'ia. lor permission li. purchase the follow'iiiu (Icscril.ed  lands in FhkI K'....i,..'iiay: I'diiiinciicin,',' at a  post planted ill i,l.e,n"i'l I.east, cniai.'.' of Lot I'M-  .if liic Kndlonny \'iillc..v band'(.'..inpany'. Ilience,  south so ehiiins. i.liciice in chains casl. theiice  S!l eliains ni.i'lli. ilience -I" chains west to place  ol e..nun.'li.'cincnl. A. It. SAll'I'll  Diilcd August Till, ll.h,!.     T. UOlflilK'J'b, Af.ent,  Your aXfenl.ioii is called v to the  "1 'ioneer.'.liiiiiii'l.ed" trains of the ''Mil-  \v:i.iik-ee tt St Faul Kailwty.'.' ''Tlieoiily  purl'ecf. trains in tlie world."  Von will,Iind il, (lesirable to ride'on;.  tliose trains ivlien.^-oin^.- to iiny |ioinl, in.  the Fastorn   Stales  or  Canada.    They  connect,    with     all     Transcontinental ���,  Trilins   iind' all   Ticket    Ae-etits   sell  tickets. .-;.-   '    '���  For hirther informatioii, iiamphlets,,'  etc, ask any Ticket' Ay-out or   ,    ���  ',   , .  X FOUD,  I,'ass.  Ao'oiiL.  SI.'OK AMI-  S, HOW'F,   ������".  General Aj>entr  i'OllTLANIX  Speciai Round Trip Rates.  'P.etween  J-iine  ���llli..;tiid   iind Aiio'nst;  liliUi The Illinois Central will sell round  trip tickets from Oroyon ;i,nd AViisli'iiiy-..'  ton points fo Chicauo. ('aire.   .Memphis  and   New . (irleans, at O'liK/lTIA' I'il'i-  DUIMOD  IIATFS. 7  Tickets yond. I'or three months.     .<".'o-  j ine    limit   leii   days.-     ItcUiriiiii^-limit.-  ; ten days after starting- west.' Stop over  1 pri.vilee-cs   cither    way,    wosr7if   the  M isMouri liiver.  Sill.) dates arc arranged to .ln|.(;<ni-.'  A'eii'ienl for delee,'i,fi.'H'fo (���(inventions of  Nii.fibnal ' I'ldiicatloual Association ;it  Uosl.on: Flics al, Ualtiniore: Woodmen,  ;if I ndiii'.iia'poli.s: l'',ao'ii.s-.'il, New , Vork;  Sliriners .'tl, Saratoe-a: . Knights of  I'ytbiasaf Ijouis.vill..; and (..:oii'in.ierc'ia.l'  Tr.'ivclers ill, Indiaiiiipolis.  You can lake-your choice   of Sixteen--  Dill'e.rent lAOiites.,    Write us.    Wo will  cheerfully "ivc you any di-lailed   inlVi'r-  inatiou yon wiint.  li. 1,1. TltUAll'.UU,, Couiinercial A^-'cnt  112 Third St., Portland, Oregon. THE PROSPECTOR, PORT STEELE, B. C, SEPTEMBER 2G, 1903.
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OVEN..THERMOMETER..'   NO    ' BAD-LUCK"   BAKING DAYS „_ _
Twenty degrees diflrieuce in the teniperaluieof in oie'i issufheient to make
" Good l,uck  * or    Had Luck  ' in 1) ikinj; many kinds oi food
, The  heat  in  the oven  of i raiijje nut fitted with a thermometer or worse
lilted Willi 1 poor m^ti uiucnt will easily % iry twenty degrees—result lb
unprintable liinncil or h Of b ik«J food i cioss coot and a disappointed family al
iin.il   tune .
*J.hti iiiomclcr lilted in oveudoor oi Paudori vo\gp has been a proven
success lor liflceii >(. us i id evtiy iiistiuiueiit is circfully adjusted and tested by
lieut, before scndui,;out—the hist best and only thermometer which Is of any ital
vilue to those who do bikinc,
" IMiuluia    i ingc is handsome ecoiioniic.il on Inel and n pertect bilker
E.ul.1 by all enterprising dialeis.   llooklet free.
MFCIaryfc
London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg;, Vancouver, St. John, N. B.
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r.-fr.-.ct-y'c^.-, /.V. ..••■-.-' ■ J
.Applications/for Timber Licenses.
Nome is heiobj »iun thut tlnit\ daisaftci
dale I intend to ipph to the Chief Com in is
sionci of l-.in.ls .mil IVoiks for special Ll( discs
to < ut md can \ .lwh\ tinilioi from the fo'low
nig ti i< ts of land situated in the Xouliciii
di\ ision i; ist ic.ioton.iv DiMi ict i i/  —
I foirmuiK nif at a post planted on tlie
noi th 1) ink of White Unci iliotit '-even miles
up fionj. tin1 mouth thtu(e80 chains noilh,
thence SO chums west, thence Mich tins "ouih
thoiici so (hinns (asl lo ooint ofcoinmciiec
nient Louitrd 1'llh dp of August   I'ifl!
F  IC  PLLLV
'! CoiiimoiK nig- ut a post maiLcd II M Mc-
JMtillins soutlK asi corner iiouli of and adjoin
ing P. K: felly's claim, thence north BO chains
thence west SO chains, tlienee south ?0 chains
Lhii.c. east SO chains lo point of commence
incut        Locited pith day oijAufrust  1SIH
H  M MoMULLIN
flDhe Hfvo&pertcv
SATUIMIAY. SKIT. 2d.   IMO.i
Communicated.
A wane earner's reply   lo  Editor Siiiipson.
Edi'I'ok Pko&i>\:ctou,
At ,ilic   Liberal   mooting liold
at hV'tSleclepn September JC5111
Mr. Simpson, ol the  Craiibrook
Herald read over a ship ol paper
purporting to contain   a number
of biJIs on   winch   Mr." McUride
and others voted adversely       In
his lofty ilfg-hts oJ   oratoiy.   Mr.
Simpson made  special   mention
of  that   ne\er   fa.11111«  source o 1
the    demagogue—tho    Oriental
queslion.   Those who have 1 alien
an mtoiesl in public mailers will
remember Iliat in 1808 important
otlicial     correspondence       took
place between   Lord   Salisbury,
Chamberlain,   David Mills, Minister ol .Justice. K   Flcta  of  Iho
Japanese legation in "London, S
Shimi/.ee   Japanese    Consul   al
NOTICE.     <
Vodic is lien In (d\eu fli.it «)da\s.ifl(M .Intel
Bmile fine int( nd lo ippli to Hie Chl< f C'oin-
nilssionet ol I. mils mil Woi ks nnd the Assis
lull f'duiiiiissionci oi L mdsnnd Woiksroi th(
disti ict of I'.ast Konun i\ foi a In ense lo pios-
pccl Ioi Coal mil l'( lioltiiin on the following
.kseiil.cd 1 mils Snunte loin miles cast of
\knmnmis Cieek ni'l one mile nonli oi the In-
uin.it ion il Bound.u yLine in the south cistern
ixiition of I ist Is oou n tv (list net Comment-
(t t post illumed .ihoul two nnles cast of
I horn is G VcHinnn s chum belli},' Ihe 'initial
posi aud m.it ked I'milu Cotes noi tiniest coi
liei post llicinc souili tOrlunns thence cast so
(linns theiK c nonli sl)(h ihis theiice west so
eliiuiis io pli(( oi heRiiiiiiiipr . oiit.iIiiin<j MO
iu ics- moio oi less
f.ot lied Scpi   lllli   1'KH
i'wii.i: ro'rn Locum
John T tiluff Ac'cnt
i n
Commencing u i post phmtcd noi 111 of
being tlie nilti il post iidj icont to P.inile Cote s
(lip m ii.id in n It ed Ifeneii Toslei s sniitliu >st
coi net post tl)( ncc (iisi sochnins, theiK c noi th'
sodinns i lie iic < \ust su (ii mis thence south
so (linns to the pl,H( ol  liCKiiinini; conliiinii>„'
1.10  1( IfS 111(11 (   oi   less
Lociled Sept   lith   l'UB
IIHNT.ItY  f'OSTI'K   Loeiltoi
i'1 lolin T   lilutl   Affont
Vancouver   and   other.
This
correspondence   relcrrod   to the
special mention ol   the Japanese
as  included   amonp:  the   people
who   weie   to   be excluded Jroni
British  Columbia      On   Ihe o.\*
elusion ol tlie Chinese  all   members of the losislaUiie were  un
amnions,   but  Mr.   Mclnness in
his hasle proposed   Iliat   -'Japs"
should   he   singled   out   in'  the
original   bill   with   the Chinese.
The     Mmislcr     ol     Justice    at
Ottawa,   a   «ood   and illustrious
L'iboral,   Da\id   Mills,   returned
the,   bill   and   reiused his assent
lor the Imperial   reasons   which
had   been   referred   to m Cham
borlain's note.     Those   moio in
telMgonli members of the House,
saw   tho dtlticully   ol   passing a
measure that contained within it
an element that  would   condemn
itnistantly      Anions those were
found Ihe I Vernier Mr   McHride.
who   was  at   that time leader ol
tho       lrieconcil.ible        (action*:
of      the      Liberals,     and      Ihe
other* mentioned very   much   lo
their credit       They did not consider  it   wim   (he  pail ol honor
able  &eiitleiiien   lo   pander   to a
certain   elemenl   in   Ihe country
by voting lor a   measure  simply
liecau.se if would prove  popular.
Such   tactic-3   may  suit a man ol
Mr Simpson's polit ic.il-up bring--
ing   bul   men   the   stamp  of tho
Chairman   would   scorn   lo have
recourse   lo   such    eontemplihlo  i,,'ii"^''.s.ilai \ 4102-1
siibtei,fu.»-e.s.—-y\nti-»-a:.s-l.Ja». "'
ft77777i77'V7'7i7;NOTicE7vv.,7;'7,-vv:7v7-v7v.v:
vVNnilettis l!ere.l)i;;pi\;oii'dhHt^'sixt^
?NXt .Ui^jlAs.1:" "i1^1^1-"lli.'.o'-Ciiior Commission^
^•of Land^iiivdAVorkii'loigpen
.'fi!ittsb'.'-|.ljev,'pll<Wing6(ies&cil!^
''l>ooteii:i.«,'V;(Jpiniheili!.ii'r^
tlie.ii'ipiithofii "SjlhiijVli on tlieveiisf.'siiiii. Vif'Tthtv
l^f'ioiiiiV.'lljVoi^
'.iirt'('S;W'o%iiry1',im
si I p; :i ii. 1 'nd jiieen t U) ,l>. td s'tr'Q roiiir. tvKnbteiiiiy,
l),istri,(it.,-iou litres nipre or lessv 7,-7 *-7V'7 -7
'  .Dated UiisJ(ii,liV(liiy;o'f.Sept.v.l»0:i7 'V;V;.vf 7;7v,,
::'.;»U7-7:- '■ 7vv7v■■7'7.TUd3sbiNT-:-B-7rjANdi7kn7-:7'
WANTED
A intiii lo l L'proscut •(' \.v \» v's
Cluiix'rrs'i' iVrifsi rii s m tln> town."'
I'Vn t Sttvli' and mm ioiiikIimo countr.\,
.Hid t.iKc oidoi s Ioi
OUR   HARDY   SPECIALTIES
In  Fitut Trees, Small  Fiuits, Ornamental Shiubs, Roses, Vines
Seod Potatoes, &o
Sloi k true (o n.iiiii' .iiul lioe Irom San
lose Sr.tk- A pel iii.iix.mi1 position for
the rtfilil in.ui on etllioi s.il.un or coin-
niission. '
Stone & Wellington
roNTiuLi. nmj'<si i:n:s l
Dili   u0ll    \llcs
TORONTO,        - - ONTARIO
NOTICE.
Si\t\ iln\s .trier dale T intend to
apph lo ihe Gluel ( rnniuissiniior of
hands .mil Wot Ics lot permission io
purchase the lollow ins, rtesui thed ..ind
in 'soitlli IC.isl K'ooteti.iv C'oninioiu mo-
.it .1 post planted on I he e.isl bank-of
Hie K'ooiett.ty n\u. ni.irl.'ed I. D.
(ioiilnn'i ii(irthu(,-si corner. 1 hence
down -.110.1111 .ilonj. said Imnlc to ihe
slotioh \i Inch iornis Die uestei n honnd-
,u \ ol Lot .'IS, thence e:isi and north-
i\i st .iloni! s.ud sIohmIi to]ioint of eotn-
inencetiieiii;, cniitiiinino' -10 acres "more
or less Dated tins I7ih d.u ol Aii^u.si,
I<ili,J 1  I), ooiinois.      .i;
". Comment ins it n po-l mm Kcd K \
Bud s southoHst roinpi mirth of and adjoining I! M MeMiillln s diiim tlienee noilli Ml
r li ui us tlienee west wi( li mis Iheiiee south S'l
chains theiK" c isl RU (hinns to point ol (om
iiieiiitnieiu     l.oened Pah d iv of \iij,'ust IU0I
il  A   HIK1)
I    CoinmoncliiBiila post limited C II  Itlids
soiilluast coiner noith of iiiidjidjolnlnj.' 11   .\
Itlid s lociiiinn tlieiiLC noilh SO di.ilns theiue
west lli (Indus, thence south HO chains,,theme
ciisi so chains, lo point of commencement
\ML lied I'ltli d.l\ Ol August  1'KM
c 0 II mitn
r> (Vimnieuciiij; al ii post inail.ed .T II.
Tiitnei s iimlliucsi eoincr post, hoing one
lumdrcd cliiiin.s north of C. If. Hird's loeiillon
tlKiue south SO chains llicnre east soi li.ilns
Ukmic'c noi th St) clnilns tlienee west sochnins
lo point of eoiiuiieiiepiiieiii
Located mill (i.i\ of Atiftnst, I'KM
J H   TTJRNRY
<• C'oiiiiiieneiiif,' al n post mm Led XV P
Lewis noitlK.ist comer post Ilience souili WI
chains to ,f li 'I'mne\ ^ location, thence \usi
st^cli.uns Ilience noi Ih 80 chains tlienee east RO
chains to point or commencement
Koeited 1'ith (hi of August liKll        "
w r   LKWIP
7 C'omnienciiig-at a post heiiig.T P Lewis'
noi thwest (oinei post thence soutii SO chains
io J n 'I'uiiiev's loditlon thcnceeasl SOcliiiins
Ilience north 80 chains thence west .SO chains
to point ofeoiniiiencemeiil
Lo.ated lSth dnv of Aukiisi l'MIS
jas p nnwis
8 CommenclnfrntapostheingC.lt Hud's
noithwcst toinei post Ilience south eiRhtv
chains to XV V Lewis' location thence east
cighu chains tlienee noith eiffhu chains,
thence west cikIhv clinlus to point of (Oinmeiico
nient       Locitcci l"ilh day of August 1'H)t
r; ir unti)
'I    (Jomnionoiiiir   at   a  post  maiked  11   G
l!nd s  uoiiheast   eoinei   post    thence  south
eiKhti  chains to XV V Lewis'locntlon thence
west pfglitA chains, thence noith eiffhtv chains
theuee  east eighty rlmms  to point ofconi-
liieneeinent.    Located liith day of August, 1001
"il 0   HIKD
10    Commencing it a   post marked  A    T'
Hud s  southeast  eoinei   post  ilience   noith
eight\   chains    tlienee  west   eigliu    chains
tlienee  south  eighu   chiiiusto  II   C    Illtd's
location theiice east eighl\ t hums to point or
commencement
Located nth cia\ of August, 1001
to James Cameron s location  thence west K«i
chains to point or commencement
Located IMh dai of August l'K»
■FRKB 'STOHK.
'-I Commencing at a post inai Led A C Lip
hai.ltsoutheastcoiiiei post idjomirig r Sloiks
location thence north 11,0 ( hums to I'ulacci
Unci theme west 10 chains, thence south 1(50
chains, thence easi (0 chains to point of com-
menceim ut Located 18th d ii of August, lioi
A C  LII'HAKDT
-' Coininem ing at a post planted on tin
west side oi the Kootenai lihei ojiposue i{ c
Cillcil's lot ttm nL.dK C Cillctt's south
westcoinei post thence noith Hi c hams thence
east Wth mis thence soutii SO chuns them <
west SO chilnt to point of commencement
Located 19th day of August, 1901
R c gjlli:tt
U-AUVfJj/^
A  'I'   HIRD
a post mni Led  i:
IL
SO   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
UA.vnon- I \ITIIIIJI. THI4SON
I'O Tlt.WKL lot ucll esl.ilihslied
house in .i lew comities (ailing on vo-
tail nieicli.ints md.i^inls Local leiu-
year.and oxpeij.ses
payal)l(3 $111.70 a week in cash anil, cx-
pense.s advanced. .''ohit,ion periniiiient
Bii.siiie.sS'SiKiceissftil.iinil riishin<>7 [Enclose. self-itddi'e.Sf'.ed envelope. ..Stiind-
tiril IIoiisq, cIIS (7a\-|,on Bldy., Ohieago.
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights &c,
Anyono sending a Hkclrh and de.icrlnl iniMiiiiv
■cpilokly iiHcerlulii our opinion freowliel.licr ail
iiivenllnii iM l>r..t)Ht)ly initeiitiil.le. C'...i>iiiiiiii(.H-
tlfiiiHHtrlctlycoiilldciiMal. 11 and I...ok on I'l.tcnto
K«nt free. Oldcil agency for HCK.'iu'inc l.alciilfl.
Paleiits luken tlii'<m^h Munn A <\t. root'lve
tjieclitl notice, wllhouicliartre. In tlie
Scientific jRfitierlcait*
A handsomely llhist.rnt.orl weekly, l.nrucst elr-
culatkm ttf any Hcientltlo Jonniiil. 'I'erniH, f.i a
your; four nicmtliB, $1.   Sold byatl newf-rleHlerH.
JWUNN & Co.36,B™adw^ New York
Branch OfHco. 625 F SU Washington. D. O.
ana SCIENTIFIC
24Paj;es  :  Weekly  :
INDISI ^NSABLE
TO MINING MEN.
$3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.
SBN'll roit HAMl'I.B.COI'V.
MINING-sitotiflc PRESS
i JO MAREET ST., SAB FRAHC1SC0, CAL.
11 Coniniciiciii!,' lit
Hud i soiuliuust eoinei post theiioe nonli
oiKlitv oil ilns lliciicocislc'elili cli.uiis ilience
sonih ei{,'ht\ cluiins to C 11 Iind s location
Ilience nest uglily cluiins io point oi commencement     I^oc.ited lith d i\ of aiiruh, l'*01
i: U  nruu
IJ Commeiicintr at a post ln.uked 11 A.
Illid s noiUn\estcfluipr tlienee eighty ehnins
south, to A T llnd s locitlon thence eiKht>
(linliis e.ist tlieni eoifrhtv cli.nns nonli tlienee
ifKhl\ (li mis west to point of coinineiKemeiii
Lo(.itoil 1 ilh dit\ of August, I'Hll
11  A   BIRD
l'l C'ommeiicinir ut a post in.iiUed J G
Iind s southwest eoinei post tlienoe noith
I'Ulitv ( h nns ihenrccisieiKlitvchiiiiis, thonec
south cightv ch.titis to 11 A Hi id s location
thence west oi<,'lit> cluiins to point of i om
mciKcmeiit     l.o( nod lnih d ly or Aueust, I'lOl
J (!  BIRD
II. Coniniqnoliii; at-a post .'marked'.. A.-: T
Mini's northwest ■ corner . post tlienee south
eighty chains to, K. A. Bird's location theiice
enst eighty chums thence noith eiRlity chains,
thence west oishtv e'l.iins to point of com-
mi'i.d'iiient     I.oeiileil 18th (I.e. of Auffiist, I'lO!
A T  BIRD.
r> Coinnieiuni','.it R C Glllett's southwest
corner post thence nortli eightyv ehnins, thence
enst eishti eli.iins tlienee south ciphti ehnins
to ,1 O Uiul's locution Ilience west eighty
chains to point .of commencement
Locited I'.ili dm of August I'lOl
R C G1LT.ETT
lfi Commencing tit a post uuuked 11 G
Itud's southwest eoinei post adjoining A T
Hud s Ioi tiion tlienie noi Ih eighty chains
them e east eighty (lulus theme soutii eighty
rlnilus thence west eighty chains to point ot
commencement. I^oeiitcd'tStli'diiy of August
l<H)t 11  G   BIRD
K    ConinieiK ing at « post maiKed \V   A
I'ratl'.s'Vsouihwiist corner  post   thence north
eighty, chains, thence cast eighty chains, tlienoe
.south' eighty eliaiiis to R. C. Olilldlt's location
tlienee West eighty chains  to point f>f commencement    Located 18th dn\ of Angus!, ]>>01
\\r. A. PKA'rr
IS.   Coniniencing at aposrinarked Geo. A
Cameron's northeast corner post theiice soutii
clghu ( hiilns to \V A 1'i.itts location  theiue
west eightyChnius. tlienco north eighty chains
thenco east, eighty chains, lo-point ofcoui-
irienceiiieiit.    Located 18lh day of August. lWl
(.1:0 A CAMBROV
lit.   Commencing   at   a   post nmrlced XV   A
Pratt's north west corner post adjoining Geo. A
.Cameron's locution tlicncivsouih eighty chains
1 hence.'cast eighty ciiains, thence north eight'.
< li uus ihciui wist lights   (liMins to point   of
c.iiuinoncenieni.       Located lSt.li day of August
l'.tllH. W. A.■ PRATT
26 "Commencing ar a post riharl:ccl V. If
Bud's southeast corner post adjoining R C
Gilktts location thence north SO chains
tlienee u-p-t SO chdliis. thence south 80 (ham
thence east so chains to point of poinincnf e-
iiienl    Lo(at(d l'Jth da\ of \ugusi 191)1
i:  II  BIRD
27.   Commencing at a post marked Geo. A
Ciiiieion s soiuhoist cornor thence innih so
chains to II II  Biid s location thence west so
chains, thence south SO chains   theme east so
chains to point of commencement
Located I'Hh day of AiiRiist umi
(IHO A. CXMBRON
is    Commencing   at   a    post   uuuked  XV
roiicst s noitlieast lomei post being south of
Geo   A   C.imeioii s location  theme south Ml
cluiins thence west m< hams  theiue 1101th so
chains, theme past Su chains 10 point of «oni-
lneiiconicnl.    Located lflth day of August, iikki
\V  rORRi:ST
20    Coiniiicneingata post maiKed A   fain-
oron s   iioiiliwesi   eoinei   post  adjoining  \V
l.'orrcsl's  location,, ilience   south, 80 chains
thence east SO cluiins  thence north 80 chains
thence west SO ehiiins to point of (ommenco-
ment    Located If/lh it.ii of August li)0)
A C'AMKItON'
,10 Coniiiieiicing at a post maiKed II L
Slaebler s southeast eoinei post ilience noith
11.0 cluius to A Cumeion s location theme
west 10 chains, tlienee south K.0 chains thence
east 40 chains to' point of commencement
i; Located tilth day of August, lOOtl
H L STABBLUR
'11. Commencing at a post planted on the
Bast Houndai\ of Block IVIB and Junction of
the Kooteim Rivei marked II W Hn/lewoods
uorthenst coiner post thence south SO chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence nortli 80 chains,
thenoo cast 80 chains to point of commencement
Located 20th d.i\ of Vugust, 1001
P.  \V IIAZLBWOOD
$-1  Commencing at a post mai ted A Cam
eion's lioithwest eoinei post situated 20 chains
soutii of W. Forrest's location thence south ItiO
chains, thence east -10 chains thence north  IHO
chains, thence west"•10 chains to point of commencement.    Located 19thday of August, 1301
A CAMllKON
31    Commencing at a post mm kcd It Gil-
lett's southwest cornei adjoining B XV Pta/le-
nood's lo(.ition thence 1101th SI cluiins, thence
cast 80 chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
west 80chains to point of commencement
T.,0011 ted 20th da> of August  1'JOt
II GILLBTT
34 tcommenoins at a pOS( mm Kcd J P
Lewis southeast coiner post adjoining .1 B
Tuincj's locution thence 1101 th 40 chains
thence west K.0 chains thence south 40 dianis
thence eiist.lliO chuns to point or commeiiu -
nient     Located Hth din of August  1001
IAS P LBWIS
r> Commencing nt a post 111.11 kcd W P
Lewis southeast coiner post thence 1101 th 10
chains to .LP.; Lewis' locution thenco w-cst 11.0
chains thence south 40 chains, thouce east K.0
ciiains to point of coiniucnocmeiit.
Located 12th day 01  \ugust  I'Hll
c W V LRWIS.
10 Commencing nt a post m.11 Kid Fied
■stoik s southeast (Oinei post I home noith tl)
( hams to \V 1' Lewis Ioi atiou tlienee west 110
chains, thence soutii 40 chains, thence east Itll)
to polnt'o.f commencement
Located 12th d.iv of Aii-'tist, IWI
PRBIJ STORK"
17 Coinineneing at a post 111,11 Led A C Lip
haidt's N P. eoinei post adjoining r Stoiks
locution ilience south -10 chains, thence west iwi
chains, thence north 40chains thence east' IdO
chains to point of commencement
Located l'Jth day of August l'io.l
A  C  LIPHARDT
3S    Conimenoing at a post maikedM MeDei
mid s iiorthcst cornei postiidjoining A C TA\i-
lundt's locution ilience south SO chains, theme
west 80 chains, tlienee north 80 chains, thence
cast 80 chains to point of commencement
Located.12th day of Augustvl'HB
M MeDERMID
811.   Commencing at a post marked M. Bird s
1101 ilicasl coinei thence south 80 chains to o
Bird's location thence west 80 chains thence
north 80 chains thenco east SO chains to point
of commencement Located l<ith d.n  or
'August, 190S.- M. BIRD
40., Commencing at a post marked I. Birds
1101 thwest corilei post adjoining M Bud s locii
tioh thence soiitli'. SO chains, thence east' ^
chains,1 tlienee iiorth 80 chains, thence west SO
(h mis to point 01 coiiiniencement
■., Located Kith day of August, 1%!
37 ■'.'■.,■■ I, BIRD
C Coiutii' in inj,' nt .i post maikcd \V '1
Hcnh s southwest toiiK 1 posi tl ciift noi in si
< ii.iins iliuia cist MJ (limn-lo 1: U 1'i/Ie
wood -looilioii tlicuic south so c'lnins thenc.
we-t Wl ( h 1 ins to point 01 1011,1111 m ( u« nt
Localed '7th d.r of Vu/ust  I'JOi
\V T  111   M,V
III   A
7 Comment in/ at i po-t marked G <s
Pell\ s southcdsi eoinei posi idjoi.nng X 12
Suddaln's locution theme noith Ml dunn
tlienee west sn ili,iinsf)ih( in e smith so chains
thence cust/SO iliuns to point of icjinmeiKc
incut    Loc itcd I7th dn of August  t'lOi
(.   - Pi.LLY
8 Coiiiiiicii. 1 lg it 1 post 1111 iked P A
Pell\ s southeast cornel post adjoining G s
1'elh's location tlienee 1101 ih 80 (lianis theme,
west SO ( hains thence south wi chillis thencf
p,ist sij/ii mjo tq ]ioi"t o'co'iinf nccii.vnt
Located 17th .11\ or AOgUJt, M03,
P A pi:llv
'l    Coinmeiicin,"   at ti   post innkid   j;    "-
Pcll> s souliK asl eoinei   post  adjoining  K
Pclly's location ihciKc noitlisO thalns^, II en. 1
west so. hains, theiiee south so chains   ilience
east so ch tins to point ol commencement
Locited 17th dn\ of August  1101
R 's iji:lli
1\    A
10 Comnienr mg at 11 posi on the West suit
of the Ivnotenin l!i\ti opposite ,\T 1: Su 1
daln s soutliwesi coi in 1 in u In .1 \V P 11oi -
lei s lioithcusi ceunei post Ihenci south su
chains tlienc c west so . h.nns ilicutu, nonli ">
(liitius tlieiut (.isl Sdehiilus lo | oint 01 com
inuiK cineiit     Locate d ISlh d.u of August  I'm*
\\r  P llOKSLI'S'
11 Comineiiiiiig nt a post niaiUed .1   II    .M.
Mullin s noithwcst eoinei post ihenci  souili si
ehnins, tliciue (ast Silchaiiis 10 \\r  I' ll.nsk'\ s
ioeallon thence ii())lli SO ehnins  ihcnec west   mi
( hains to point of eoniine nccineiil
'Loented 18th t\>\\ of August, I'lOl
,1  II  MtMl'LLIN"
12 Comiiiciicingat ,1 post inniked I. M Me
Mulllii's southwest ( 01 nei |iost l.e'in0' nonli ol
and adjo.uing I II .M( Mulllii's localion tin ne c
north 80 chains tlienee enst sO i li nns them o
south 80 ( hiilns them e wcsl site hams to point
of (oiiiinuncenieiil Locited 18th dnv of
August   I'lOl                        I    ill   ilc.MCLLiiV
'    -\     \
1!    C'oinniciicing at  a   post maikcd  I1'   Is
PelK's  soiilhcust  eoinei   post  helng  west if
and adjoining B M iMnMiillm's lneiiiion theiKc
1101 th  80 ciiains, tlieiKC west SO chains  tliem (
south SO e h nns thenco east SO ( h nns   to peunu.
of (oinnieiieeuieiii     Located ISlh di^ ol August
1001 P  k'   IT.I.IA
II Coiii*incnciiig al a post mat kcd C I)
Pelh's noitlieast coi nei post thence south SO
chains along J II AlciUulliii's west Lonndai \
theiue west SO (hains theiK c 1101 th SO chains
tlienee ensi so (hinns to point of commence
iiiont     Locited 18th da\ ot \ugiist   pioi
17 C   IJ   PBLLY
11.1 fie
iiii
■■aining
n 1011.
^
oe-ntor
ill'.'C
A J.
rent. •
chains io the place,of liegiiniiinj?
.'WO (U-ii.'.S.      .     Hg'i. Ifayncr Vv'..1
"-' '■.'-     ■   V ■ ,: James F
-21st August;. l!.o:t.v 7 . ' .
-.-,...XotJce.'is hereby (?Ii'en thai thirty day?, ,afii7r
dii'l.c I intciid to apply to ihe-Cliief C'.vm'.iHssioii-
er lit Lii nei iind Woi-ks 'aiid' the A ssi^iari 1 (. om -
lnissioue-r of Lands and; \\Toi-k's,,:for. 11 Liceiic-'.'
to piosiject for Ceil iind Petroleum oif UK-following described land ..sitliatc on7thc Bilo'liie '.
trail oii.j-lialfiiiilc north of Couldrcy cre^k-ajiel
lying l^tiveeii-Lol-tSSti'r'n'l ilie U,C. So,i.th*ni
Reserve in tuc soiitheastvportion ^.f Jiiisf K'tipto-.'.
ii.ti'.v.Dis't.riet.,,Brit'isli Cbiumliiii:—■';:.',■<'-,.'' '   '_
■f.   CprnmeiicIiiK-arii"'jid'sl jilaii'ic'd' on    the
Ritcliie trail o'ne-lialfinile. noi-th  of CV.U.IreyV
creek - :'and7 two   milei; 7ii<iriii - c.i'  the" Inter- ,
nt-
national Bounilary,'.jjelng initial jiost nd
to the northeajst corner of George II. piei.-.sch's
ellsiin*tlifiucc noi'tii SO-'e-Iiaiiis; jHeiic.7(.!rt77:SO
chains, thence soiitli KO cliahi-i.'vthenefi . west .SO
ciiains to the place of beglinifjiB- hiV.J cont.-i ii.inj
f.10 acres.'' v7 £ga. fidlth ii. Haim'itoii.LoCdtor
,',;■■ ;,'' ■■       '.:,. '.'■:. f7 .• '.,;V.Ja!iies'F.i«iorvAgciitvv.
v.1;.aisi-August'1 i*t*3-7       7':■"■ ••'-. : "v ' ..;;'
'.': .Votie'O Is hereby7'ivoii 'Iliat- Uitrly diiys'nf;or
date I Intend toapply 10 tlie cliic-i CouiriiisBion-
6r of LaiidS and the Works.'and As>ksiiiiit C.iili-
lOissioner .of Larieis aiid , \syorl;s, foi- ii Lie'Cii..;o
10 prospect I'or Con! and .Pelroleuii; oil-: l5ie.i. tol-
.lowing ..lescrlbe'd7 lanei tiltiuie, 011 Hie Kiitlii.:
'trail abbiit.'lOO ynrcls 11 ort'li 7"''- !■,'""1'1 >'''■' XX^k
an',1 ;!.vi!)g;)K.(lw;.>.e!l fVi,Jt,'|->S'.. i.iiii l(;e.- If.CVSo.yTh;.
brn RCHiii'Vo T11 tlie'.' soiitlioasi ]if.rtic:n of i::'...i.-!
ICootcniiy l^islrlc't.llrili.'-iVci/IUTiibi..!'V ■:,,:.•',
,g. 'ComiiiP|iciiig ,iit ,11 post, plaiiie'tl (in ,U.c
Hilchlc.' Irii'iJ'siliiiiitTiW.yiirds'iifjrili; <>f;('.;mi!'i'i:,,'y
ereckinnI two miles nortli of tile lincrniitioiiii'I
Boiiiiihiry, beiiigvlnltial  post  ridjaotriil'-{to... tJiev
iiQi'tli.
ilieiici
ihenci
to the
acres.'
us! coruer.of Ra.yiier '.V.
south Si) chilln7'tlieii.:c
iiorili'isidchains; il'ieiie'e-
?'plaecV(o[.:-j)egliiiii(yiK'-iaii
JlOM.'i
II
('lisr VSO e'U:.ii:,s
vd<n Xt cli/iin*
1 e'ontiiliiing i,i(
.'■'SKd.,C'(!'br(
l.na.C
Ja'ni'c
"I'ViltliiiT1
s'l'Msliiii;.
jAXciiH.
,Ai;eiii.:
i!iid:Aligiisl,J.i)0^.:
Application for Timber Licenses.
1. A.
."li. Cciinnienciiig 111 a post marked \V.
F(irrest's southeast corner post iidjoiiilnsi Gee).
A. Cameron's locution thence nortli eighty
ciiains. theiice wcsl cightychaliisi tlienoe! south
eighty chnius. thciicei east (liglity ehnins to
'point ol'eonjiiieiicciiicnt. LOclitcd  iHtlr day
of August, |..K):t. \V. PORRIOS'I'.
21. Coniinonoiiig at a post marked .lames
Cameron's soil Iii west ronicr post' ml join Ing AV.
A. Pratt's location ilience norlli eighty ciiains.
Ilience oast eighty ciiains. thence south eighty
chains. Ilicnctiwest, eighty cluiins lo point of
Coiniiieiicoinciil. Located 18th day of August
I'.iO.I. .IAMK.S CAMIORON.
22.. Coinineneing nt n posi. marked 'JaincN
Cameron's niirlliwest eoriier post thence south
SO chains to W. A. Print's location thence cast
SO chains, tlienee north Wl chains, thence west
so chains to point of emiuiionceme'iit,.
Located lStli day or ivtigust. l'.Kr.l.
'JAMKS CAMIORON.
23. C(imnieiiclng at a post being P. Stork's
northwest corner post ilience norlli-K) chains,
tlienee cast too chains, thence soutii 40 chains
Notice is hereby given that thirty days after
date I intend'to apply to the C'liiuf Commission
er of Lands and Works for Special LioensesTo
cut and curry away timber from the following
described tiacts of land situate 111 the Noithei 11
Division Kast ICootenay
I.   Commencing  nt a   post   plained  >u. the
Northern  Boundary of  Lot 4")iirt  where   It is
(lossed In the Komeiiav Rlier marked  lie lcn
(■Melt's southeast corlioi   post ilium   noilh
SO ohiiins. thence west 80 chains, ilienef souili
S0c hains  thence oust 80 chains to pout of ( 0111
inducement.    Located 17th day of August. 1003
HMLKN OILLKTT
2    Commencing   at  a   post   marked   .1.   li
Tiirnoj s noithwesl cornei   post  tliPiu c  south
SO chains to I    (.'ill. ti s lo( itlim   tlieni e 111st su
chains, theiice north SO chains. Ilience west. 80
(diiilns to point of commencement.
LoeiiteiIT7ih day of August, IIKI.'I.
.1. II. TIJUNKY'..
ri. A.
3. Commencing at a post marker II. L.
Sliiebler's northenst corner posi tlienee north
SO chains to Cross Itlvur thence west SO cluiins.
tliehoe south SO ehnins. theiice. oast SO chains Id
point of cominenccinciit. Located '1.7th day
of Aiigusl, l!KW. II. L.'STAKMLKR j
■1. Couiiiieiioliig at a post marked K. W.
Ilazlcwood's .southwest corner post adjoining
II. L. Staeblcr's locatloii thence north SO chains
.thenco cast Wl chains. Ilieuee. soutii so cluiins.
thence west 80 eliaiiis lo point of ecihimenoo-
iiicnt.    Located 17th day of August. IKl.'i.
K. W. IIAZLK.WOOI).
3.- CommcncliiKii.t a post marked.X. K: .Siid-
elaby's southOHsl corner post ndjoining W. T--
Ifealy's location thouce north 80 ciiains. thenet-
west SO chains, thenY'o south SO chains. theiic.T
cast SO chains to point of commencement;
Located 17th day of Auicust, 1003.
N. U. SUDDABY.
.NOTICE.
Notice is lieicby gneii Hint thiiiv   iln\s ittci
date I intend to npph loilicClucf Commission
er of Lands and Woi ks and the \ssist nil C0111-
missioiici ot Lands and Woi Ks foi  1 license u.
prospect Ioi coal mid petioleuin on the lollow
ine descnl.cd land situate on the RiichK   u nl
•ibout 100 feet ea«t of Couldio\ Cieek and l\ni„r
between  Lot 4->8'l and   the  PC  Southern I c-
sei 10 111 the Southeast poilion  ol   Last  K'oole
iitt-% Distncl, Bnlisli Coluinhia —
""a    C'onuiK in niff   11 11  post    pi inted   on   tho
Kilclnc  ti.nl  about  100  Let east ofCouldiei
C'icek aiid iwo miles 1101 th of ihe Intoiii'ition il
Bouudai\, being initial pqstyl  P.uil_S -Cc..l-
die\ s claim    tlieni 1 Lsoulli  so (buns  them c
west su 1 hains them e 1101 Hi s(> chains   thence
oust SO (hums  to  Ihe  pine ot beginniii',' and
continuing (.10 iieic? ;,
Sgd   Pauls C'oul(lic\   Loc itoi
i lines 1'ishpi   Ag. 111
'ilsi August   l'»0t *
N'othe Is h(ieb% ghen that thlit\ days ntti 1
date I Intend to iipph 10 the Chief Commission
ei or Lands mid Woi ks and Hie Assistant coiu-
missionci of L mils 1111.1 Woi ks Ioi .1 liicnsi 10
piospei l foi (onl iml petioleuin 011 Hie lollow-
ini,'desci ibed land situate on the! Ritchie ti ill
about 100 feel east of Couldie> deck and l\i.n„'
between Lot I >S'i and tlie 11 t Southern Uc-
sene 111 the Southeast poilion of II isl^lidiiie-
niiy District: llrltl.sh.Columbia —
1) Conimeiiung al .1 post planted on th.
Ritchie trail 100 feet enst of Cnnlili ei (ie e'k and
Iwo miles noilh of the Intel nation il Bnunduiv
being initial post abjiiccnt. to the iiorihenst
(ornei of Paul S Could 1 ej s (hum ilience
iibrlh.SO cluiins; tlienee west 80 ehnins. thence
soutii 80 chains tlieni e cast 80 chains to 1 lit
plate of beginning and com lining wo u ies
Sgd   Willi mill   r.ildiiv  Lexaloi
.Iiunes Pishei  Agent
21st August  I'lOS °
.: .Notice is herebygiVeii that thirtydays .after
v.la'te.I intent to apply 16 the Chief Commission-
,er of.Liincls andWorksand Uie-7Assist.au t: Commissioner of Landsmid Works for a license'to
prospect for c:6al and petroleum,.011 the, following described land situate on' the J?itcliie.Trail
about 10O fecjteast of Couldrey'creek and lying
.between Lot 4580 aiid the B.C. Southern Reserve in the Southeast portion of East ICoote-
nay Di.strict.British Columbia:—,: .',■
. c.'. Commencing at a'post. plmitedv on tho
Ritchie trail 100: feet cast.of Couldrey Creek
'and two miles north of the International
Boundary, being initial post adjacent to tlie'
■northeast corner of Paul S. Couldi-cy's claim',
thence north 80 chains, theiiee east SO chains,
thence sotith SO ohiiiiis. tiience west 80-chains
to the pi Wee of beginning and'containing 040
acres. Sgd. Richard L. Wright. Locator
•:■   '  •   -• '"       Jnnics Fisher, Agent
7,21st AngusL 11K13. .■■;.,■ .-•.-. ■      y
Noiice, is herehy'glveiii tliat thirty days lifter
date I intend to apply, to the Chief Commission;
er of Lands and Works mid the Assistant t'om-
lnissloner of Lanils and Works for 11 license to
prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described hnid Situate on Hie Ritchie Trail
about 100 feci east of Couldrcy creek11 ml lying
between Lot 4S.S9 and,the B.C. .Southern Reserve In Hie southeast portion Of.Kast K'oole
nay District, liritisli Columbia:—   '
d. 'Commeiieiug at u post planted on the
Itilclile trail 100 feet east of Couldrcy crock mid
iwo miles north of the International Hoiindaiy
being the Initial post adjacent to.the' northeast
corner of Paul S. Coiihlrey's claim: tlienee
south SO cluiins, thence cast So chains. Ihe.nc.
north SO eliaiiis, Iheiiee west SO .'hiilns I., ilie-
place of begliiiilng and containing ''■ >0 nefes.
Sgd. (•corgc.-ll. Dicksmi; Locator
.lames Plsher. Aireni
2lsl August, r.10,'1.
Not lei; Is licrchy given that, thirty days lifter
dale 1 Intend lo apply to the Chief Commission
erof Lands and Works-and' the Assistant Coin
nilssloiicr of Lan.lsand Works for a LIceiico.To
prospect for Coal'iiiicri'elrbleinii (Hi the following described laud situate on the '.Ritchie Trail
one-half mile north of Codl.lrey creelc and lying
he'tween Lot trsS'.i iiucJ the U.C. .Southern Reserve ill Ihe southeast portion of South Kast
ICootcniiy District. British '.Columbia :
v. Commencing at a past planted on Ihe
Ritchie trail about (inc-haU mile north of Coul-
diey eres.k iin.l two miles nortli of tlie Inl'or-
iiiitioiuil lloiuidary. being iniilnl post adjacent
I., the lioriliea'st corner of George ll.'1'iict.;s(,u;s
cIni 11.1. theuee .south  So  eliaiiis.  thence  east mi
yNotice is'lier()l)y7iyeif tliat thif-iy'-viiiys •after -,'
iliile';l..")ntoiieV,.'ib. opplvao tlcVCliiof Cb.i'niri.l.s^-i''
Sipiierof'Laneis and Works"aii'd'/'tho Assksta'n.v..-'
CVimmlssio'ncT'or Lniid'alu!, Weililcs 1'orii 7li9e>iiife 7,
lb; prospect for. Coal aiid :'P(i'trol'eum vonThfe foi- 7
lowing descnhoil lamrsitiiatoioii  tluV.Hiie-tiie .--
trail liljont I(K)yiirds lio'rtii Vif'-'Cou'l'ciicy (7i7eic7:
and iyiiig bptwecil r,;or 45.S0 iiiid-the tS.O. Soiitli-v'
crn'-.Resiil'r.vdTii tiievsoiitheast-iibrlionvof^Kastvv
ICooiciiiiy:District.:British Coluiribia:<77 VV     ^
vvh-V: Comiutiiiciiignat; .iVpeist:plant.eel vbiivyhij';
.Itilchie. trail '■ «lioiit, lOu yiirds1.iiortii:oi'C:.iul.l rev;,
creoli and two miles north of. tliij'Jnterniiliciriiil-'.
Itouni.lary,- being-■•ilii'j.iiilvpbs'jt aeljatirjiiv10 tiie,,
iiortiie'asi eo'riieiyof': Ry:ui7W-i;Bin\em'sVciaiiii,V
.tliun€i67iipiitli''$b;eimiiis',Tvi-ri'o!iee ;eas't.'J3,6b',cli'aliiH,-v'!
tlieiic.c south SO chains, liieiice:. wysbSuVplia ins;
to The .place of: bogiiining.aii.f coiHaiiiiug.i.iiO
acrc£7y:; Sgd..LoI{oi,No. 2/ Llniitdd; Locator
;■";','■.;;.-    V .'7V- ,:.'.'777Vv:77''!"bCsVPislici', A'^eiit,;-'-/:;
^;:;22nd VVugiist.TtiO'l. V'X'y '7 X*X 7 „--77 ;7, oXXyX
.Notice is heicbygivehTliat thirty veiiiy.s.aftvsr :'
date I iiiieiid ie):;i])plj7tfl.B)^CI):icrCommissioii7''
or or l.iinds' a'u"(i -Works, aiidi'ii et'AssistaiitC'oiii- '
njissioiier. of-Laiiclsvaiid \\'oi-ks for a ji.'eiis.!. 10 -
,pi'ospcei7for:coiil aiid.pctr6ldiiiii,«ii.the 'fbllejw7
ing;describcd;vliind situatC'OhTlieVRiii.hieV' trail V,
Ubpii't'JlWfyanl^^
jying.betivt!envLo7lr>Si) and vili7'!B.C:VSbut!.ei;ii V
JKcsorvo iirthe>oii.theasi pprtioiibf Hast lytic)te7!
liiiy; District,,British Cpliirhbiiyy—. X. . • 7 : v
"7(y''Coninieiieliii^
Ritchie'?trail,ilboiit':i00yii'rdisAilbi;lli'7,of C)uldr(iy7
creek iiiid.lwci inilesiiorfiigjf tlie.ihloriiaUowili
B6iindary7|)euiir7.i|M..t!'-l ::P9~it.■!■'('!jaebiit'.-.to'.tlie..:
Tlprthoasycclrner ,pf ;7G(!()rgiiia;vd,7l',al(liii2*s^
.cdaiiniUlicne'aiibriiifSi) y liifins.V thfiiiceVoiisivSuV
chnihs^TheiieeVspiitli S(i'.'<iliii'f'1 li'.-fXlionKpii/jroKt'ii^i:'',
I'liaihsTpt!h'e plii.-o of I)cginiiiiig'!iTid,'c(.)iiiai.i|iii;;V1
V.4.ij'Viicrp.s'^
'.7.?J'77il.77l!'.-7'_-..4,7Srfi..i:7..!i^
'y7th;Aiigust7ii'ti3.7.7v7l77v7-;  7-7- - 77' X'■-"■:,
■ Notice.is7hcreby giviiii'vtliat thii-ly (iiiys-iifter"■;
dato'oj'-'-iiiileiii'ii. to apply  t.o'the tliiel'Coiiiiiiis-v
.sipiipi'.of. La iids'iind.Works: Viin^vllie,: ASsisiiml::
Coinnilssioncrof LiiIids;in'(i:\\V)rksri)i7''li.l'eusie "
to.prospect for, coal and pturoloiini on,, ti.e'Vlcl-
lowing ilescribcd hind, siliiiife 'ftn.tiio liiictiic v,
triiii about IWI .viir.Is Ti(.iTh1'',of.:C'..(ii!dreyV.(liee.1'M,.';
andlyiiig between 'L6i':45S0 .iIulV!.li'eil.CI,Souni-7
orii,, Reserve in'^the soullicast port ion dfl'iiist
lv()0te'i)ay'i.listriea;. l-lr.ill,slr(5(j!iui)bi;i:-r:   '.',.■ '    ,   ,.
v  j.   Coiiinieucing! nt  'a  post vpiaimicl von TlK:, t
Rilchio trail about-100 yards iieiiTh of CopUlrey'',
creek auil.l.w'6 lnilcsTi.Jrth.'c.f IheMuteriiatioiial-,^
Hbuiufiiry,,,being initial  post adjacent ui.tli,.;.
iiol-ilieast 'corner of  Ge'oi'giana.C.'   J'Tileiing's,,'-
claim, theiie'e.-seiutli; SO c.hainV,  tlienoe''' east Su V
chains, theince north SO ciiains,-ili(..iu.'ew;.'si.SO ,
chains to the place oi' beginning anil eoiiuiinin:.*
OlO'iVei'Os.V,       VVSgil.'lioliiiE. [iToopcr. LpevilorV.
.,..'. 7  v' i:,,    ■■'''.'.'   'Iiniies.Fisher. A^eni
;■'' 27th August,. 1003..; 77 .-'■ .■'■■';• •. V''-    ■"
V, Notice'is hereby given ..that 'thirty 'days' niter-
diil'c I inlcnci'to.apply loilie Chief C'oinTiiission'-. -.
or of Lands iinil"^\"orl;.s aifil'tlie Assistant;"CoYi;'-'"'.
iii'Lssioubr of Laiids auctAVorksforii liceii.sevvw ■.'■■
-prpspeet foV coal and potrbioum oii.-'i'he foII6w7-
ing described land situate1 on tho 'R'lt'c'hic '.t'rliil.
about 100 feet north of Couldrey; c'reei: %iu'ihe;'. v
soutUcasc portion of -IDiisi .Ivootoniiy  iSistrict. - -
Briti.sli.'CoIumbiii:-- , : ,.;
. VkV Commoneirig at  a'--post..-planted .ouSili'c;.    .
Ritchie trnil about KM feet .north' o; Couldrsy 7.
creek and two lniles^iorth oi'.tho interhatioiilii'-''-
Boundary,  being initial: post .'adjacent ':<_..Hie''   ■
nortlieasl corner pf John 12.' .Hopper's claim,
thence north SO chains, thouce  east SO ;clisiiris,-
theuee soiitli SO chains, lhc-nce, tvcsj. Su , chains
to tlie .'place'of, beginning iiiiei.conti(,iii-;.iii.'tW';     '
acres.     :' ..Sgd.
. 27th August. ll'OS
Murtho. Hi
.LiiiiosiFi
Lo..-
Aire
' 1. Coinineneing at a, post planted ■...'.
Ritchie trail about ioO-foel north of Con!'
creek and two miles north of The Ii>ic'ru:i.*t
Ilounilary. being iuiiial (iosi a'cijaeent to
northeast.corner of. John K. .'Hooper's el;
thenco south Su chains, ilionee ertst.SU etii.
thence nortli SO chifiji-s. .tlleiu'e; west su eh
to the pla.'e, of beginning and coiiiaiuiit;
acres. ", . ' • Str.l. Le-w-ullyn U'ynne, Loc
..' "'''■■■ . ',, " Jlinies FiVsIior, A.-'O
27th AltgUsl. ISHKl.
Shaving .*v II,nr Dressing Parlor
,SVx|. I.i Orleniiil. Hoicl
FORT    STERLK,    ti.   0.
A II    Kinds*   of   M.'lii'  W'c.i'k   ;i   S
a. ,i. ui:!•:/,
I» ■. -.iiill y
itopniivrot.'.
ASS A V ING
Nicholson'.
rt'IT'lOKlioli'dircii,
!.:..-(:.
(lilccnscd by Provincial (liiV.'innienlj
(.'oltl ami silver. ....
Silver and Icul... . ...
tJold, silver und (.'ojip.
(•'old, silver, lend ;uid
I'VPPi.'r.
.•^.(10
. '"i.(»0
.  -IMO
tiainples   left   with. ,C;irli,,.&• Uurick'
;h:ihi L thence nortli SO chains, thence west .so | will receive prompt attention. THE PROSPECTOR... FORT STEELE, .K C., SEPTEMBER 20, ,1903.  THE MASTER MECHMVICV ��� : Tin SOAP  ht'iilsRlid tioftc*ns tbo hl.-iii, ^ lull- piur.ij.tl} Wt'.ui.',Ili�� it  ol (.'NUM.-, oil, rust, etc. lnwtlu.it.lL' for iiiLLli.'ai.i'^  runners, sportmien. Free fciii.ir1" .��. n< .���ij't.i.f 'Ju r.,t  [���otagc.   AJUrt Toilet Soap Co., ilfii llunlruU. ->  North Star Lodge  w-  f&hz ^KOZpCttOX.  SATl.'KDAV. SI-  ���ah my.;.  1   LOCAL NEWS. 1  >uiiiiUiiiiijtiiiiJitiuauaiiuiiiiuuiiiiii-T  Win.   Uarlin   \va.s . al .Wardner  ,jn business Monday.  Con.-stablc; ��J. LiddicoaU vi.-siicil  Craiibrook Thursday.  Pete Boyle was down from,his  Cherry creek ranch .Monday.  'T. Iveibu'i't.'s iui.s. opened a  mom  marK-et on Riverside Avenue.  Win., Myers  came  down from  ihe Wat-son mine Tuesday.  3,  n ni in rmxunru \rvznr^^^u^py-ynnryjrnnjyiri tyuyxniynsx T^jyy^ryysyynnjririfi  Imperial Bank of Canada  CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   $4,000,000 ,  CAPITAL (paid ii j i)      -   $2,983,896  REST ACCOUNT      -    -, $2,636,312 ���  Head    Office���Toronto.  'J'. II. MKUIITT. IVi-Milenl rl>. U. WILKIU, Vicc-l'i-cn.,ttml <!rn. Man.  Af.IC.NTS   .IN    l.'IM'.AT    m'SITAI.V    Uoydf.   Hank.   ~i'��  l.(ini'cn).  A f .'ciKM'iiI Ijiinkiiii; I !iimik.".h Transacted.  Ic  H.'tnU.  ~-   I.uniliiii'il  SI.;  'Saving-?, Hank- Depart nient.��� rule-rest, :i.llowed on doiiosils.  Craiibrook Branch. '    p. ||. MARSH, Manager.  du\n!iuiAn!nlsir\lnlhJtrCrCiti\j\su\]in'ri  * The tanarlian Ranif nf finm'mftprp I  Canadian BanK of commerce  HEAD OFFICE ��� TORONTO.  I'tiiil ti|><!ii|ii1iil $8,700,000:  I iworve Kimd *:s.000,00():  Aifurcf-iiU' KosourcoH Over 1.7r>.0Ol).(HM).  London ol't'lce; (1(1 l.oiuh.iid Street,  I-:. <"..        ^  New   YinK Office:   H>  H\cliiinj>c 1'liiuo.  ' , />  And 101 brim die in Cuiuulu, the United Stains tintl RWtinli Columbia.  I   Craiibrook Branch.  F. C. MALPAS. Manager.  *  Hi  #  ���i  ��  *KS'>?;S:SK��;����'i5'?;�� sj^y-^-^.^tf's'ftf;*^**'^ &%&���<>* v-vrt v1 -?p;->o.-r?x-&r&��-#<-'��^��:*3' *  Albert,   IJanks    w;is   in    imvu  Wednesdii'v.  NO. 30,  A.  F. AND A. M.       C. R.  B. C.  roitT stkki.i:. H. u,  Dave Hale went lo   Wnsa   l<Yi 'j  day on lnihiu'e.ss.  .1. .\. Harvey is ex pee led lioine  irom ti visii to the coa^t. lodav.  NOW   IS   THE   TIME   TO   INVEST   IN  rissey. Mines,  C.  .(.Miiis I'owell '.vai tip from   ilie  Roiiular   innj'tiCBs-Is;   TwN.liiy   in   cue! 1 r;1 nc'n   W^dlUV-sdav. J  month at oltrlit o dock      \ isitiiu,' Ilrmln-rn ur. i                               '            > |  (.'orili.illv invited.                                                      ���'                                       )  iau invor r.odue   i^niU'. rwuLu' nuvtiii^s |     1 f silotieo i.-s iroldiMl it IIHISl   l)l<;  lit-LJ lust [��� rlilay ot, each uionili                              I    ..             ,                 ,'           i   ���, ,            i,   I  i.'1-a.'iljrookLoilKP. Ciunbi'DoU. wul.li   ������.,:- I SI I VOl' 1 Milt   llKllii'S     1 jlll'l'M IS    link |  mKb belli on tic third Thursilji ut I'luh iiuinili  \\\\ ihlfs  1'idilliT. '<        !  J. 11 iM.ur. Secretary     I                                "      <           ," I  Spenkimv of tile causes iinilerlyiii��r what, may tiea.liiiost called a real estate revolution in this section. 1  tui^lit -ay (hat t he proccs.'s has been one of iinyl liini;- but, art ilicitil inllalion. True, the revolution Ims fioine  with couipnralivt' siiildeiiiie.-ss, httl this is due the progressive policy of The Crow's Nest Ptiss Coal Company, to  which i! is indebted for,such a powerful impulse.   ���  The company's expenditures iu this'Section's interest ,M.ro now,;coiint,ed by the million instead ol'.liy the  dollar. This is ;in era of.n-rcat developiuent in the Crow's Nest Pass. The marvel is not that the stimulus is  here, ha I that it .was delayed so loii^-. The rise is substantial, and there is not the Ion Al. likelihood of anything  ill the nature of a, relapse. ��� ��� '     >' ___'___ .__  'Aimty iVibuntSnT"Chapfer"~'[" -V vote.ToT"DT7Ts1r^- is :I ballot  .thrown    in    uivur    ol    Chinese  NO. 125. K. A. M  FORT  STEBf.K.  Fl. C.  workmen.  Ite^iiliir mQtiihiiTs~2ud Tuo��iiay in;     Don \ foriret to ai lend the Li  c.-icli tnuDtli ai liiirlu o'clock. > eraj Conservative mooiin.ir al,.thu |  .    Sojoiiriiinii-.CoinjitiiiioiiB are cordially   Band Hall Wednesday e\-eninir.   I  invited. ' - '   ' I     n. Li. T. Pa lb rait a jSltUh.' K..     Some men keep their faces ���to  t'he   riirht-;   but   iho   corners   of  Gcio S. McCarter.  S. A  Hurvev |  HARVEY & McCAKTER  I in rrisler.i,   Solicitors.  A'ul(tries   Public,  G'oiivet/anccrs etc.  FORT STETSCR. B. O.  RRVKLSTOKK STATION find GOLDEN  COLLECTIONS ,   PROMPTLY      MADE.  their eyes upon the sheriff.  Plon. Rober: Green, .Minister  of Mines was at Craiibrook  Thxirsdav.  W. R. ROSS  Barrister      7      -    .. Solicitor  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER.   .  Fori. Xleele,   B.   C  T IT O M" A S    M o V I. T T T P/  Port Steele B.C.  i'    , ,  Pour S'i'Kiti.i: l)i:vi:i,or.Mi:s'r Svndica'I'k Ltii  IIIH ljc;i(l.!iili:ill Street. London, Kiidliiiiil.  N.  A,  WALLINGER, FORT STEELE.  I'OST OI'M.'ICK BOX S.  J. G. CUMMINGsS  CIVIL  engineer  '    ' (  Provincial    Land   Surveyor  POUT  STEELE,  13. C.  -GEARY  & DOYLE.  K. L. T. Calbraith. Indian  agent, left ,on Tuosdaj- for Tobacco Plains, on official business  ���" r"T>lT"niTrT;6'nti':U,y7'tle^eir)pnIcJTii(s \vMI |n"'o'ceed and values will ascend in an ii,OBfilern,l.iiip: ratio.  There can be no more si��-nilicant. si��yri of the coming' prosperity in the Crow's Nest Puss, than-the ��� plans  which the coal company ai'e now putting into effect for grcntcr'developinonl of thoiv properties, and the enormous demand lor the product of their mines and coke ovens. ��� ' '      ���  As the population increased iu Pennsylvania with the development oT the great coal properties there,' so  wall.it increase in the Crow's Nesl, Pass - ". ,  Only   those   who  have  watched   the  development of the con,! nnd coke industries in other sections, can  grasp the certainties of a future not far off, and a.re- taking advantage of tho conditions here by investing ;it the ���*  right, lime, in Ihe right place. ��� '    ��� , '   ' ' , ���   ;        '    ���-  Write ine for particulars  D. S: Guinter, local manager  oL the Gold River .Mining Company was in town Monday.  Mrs. Win. Robinson returned  Tuesday from a visit to Edmonton.   '"  A. B. Femvick moved his  family from thcrti'iich to Steele  Tuesday.  A. W. Bleasdell. Pernio, was  shaking hands with his friends  at Steele Mori da v.  Govern men t Agent J. F. Armstrong paid an official visit to  Cranbrook'Thursdiiv.' " ,,  THOMAS CR AH AN, Agent   \  = _   Morrissey Mines,- B. C.  !        H.; KERSHAW,        I-  I GROCER  r ��� ,      '���   .  I Fort Steele. B. G.  5K  Fort  Steele  Cigax   Store  ���    JOE TAENHAUSER, Manager.  .George "Watson returned from  an exploration trip in the Flathead valley Wednesday.  Work has commenced on the  Wild Morse creek wagon road  under the supervision of Dave.  Newell.  Liveru, Feed 6c Sale Stable.  Port Steele 13.C  Regular   Dtiily   Stag-e   meek  all  Lraiii.i at Port Steele Junction.  SADDLE A PACK IJOHSli?  "I KA .111>'0 Ol" AI.I.  KINDS A SI'KCIAL'I \  J. A. Harvey is at the coast  ill is week looking after lumber  interests for the Crow's Nest  Pass Lumber Co.  ��  FRESH  FRUIT,  Best Tanglefoot  I LY PAPER  A Full I*ine of Patent Medicine  LADIES DRY GOODS.  A  Pine Line of  Cigars, Pipes and, Tobaccos  Billiard Room'  WATOll.MAK'KU  and   .1 NWI'IUOR  ��� ENGRAVING and REPAIRING'  *w*w����-&��-x:-r-������-*-^-JS��-'K**^��������^��������-S'r����:-*��*��*��^^^  PERIODFCALS  Toys,   Books   and   Stationery  i SPOKANE,   OQTOBER   5   TO   13  i  fl ( '      .TENTH    ANNXTAL fl  I Interstate   Fair ��  MORE, THAJSI   $30,000   IN    PREMIUMS  ^immmwwmmmwimmjsmwmmfmmmmmfimm^  1 N. HANSON, 1  ^ ��� General Merchant '$D 2:  ^ L^iqiuor* Dealer* 3.  DR. SAWYER,. Y. S.  Office and Stable  ,  C'oflKM' of  Calbraith and Hazel Streets  Fort Steele, B. G.  OFI'Tcrc'DAVH:      Moii.iny.    Tiitir��  dav mid hiitni'.liiv ut .^t.'ul.'.  A hunting party at Fish Lakes  had, their camp robbed last week  and suffered a loss of 850 and  two horses.  It has been beautiful weather  foi- ducks, but rather hard on  rheumatic drakes for the past-  week.  T. T. McYillio, P.L.S.. H.  Nation and J. Walsh were on-  irasrcd in laying out streets in  the new town of "Wardner during-  the pasi week.  Greatest Attractions and s  | Biggest Amusement Fea- ^  futures Ever Secured. ,  i  fl '���     92  f)   AUHICUr/rtJIlAb  KX11I1JITS STOCKSIIOW L^IUJIT  PAIH     #)  Mixixt; nui'AU'r.AinxT     wiNi-i Airrsvmsi'bAv *  Fort Steele  Diamond Jubilee  MISS B.  MOSS. li OSpiCul  1   MATH0S.  ��� : - Ormiiiiilu of Si. Lukes Hcwpiiul.  , ,\'uiipouver. H. (J.  This fiiatitution hn.s been .t'eceiit.ly  enhif^,..(l by a now win;.' which i.s now'  <)|).:n for i'(;i'ej.)I,ioii of puLiOiltS. Kor  t.iii'iuy apply l,(J  J. S. l-Iookor. -Merrillan. Wis..  wa< in town Monday looking:  after his mining- interests. Mr.  Hooker is an old time prospector in this district.  Miss I!. Moss,    or  li;        Matron.  '  .1. P. Smith.' Sec.  Port. Steele. li.C.  ANDREW    NEI DIG  GONTRflGTOR    a no    BUILDER  IIOtt.SK AND SIGN l'AINTINO.  CAI.OI.VllN'INO .'Hid I'AI'I'IR HAMi'INli  I        '  KOI-:T STEELE, B. C.  2S1"   All   work promptljf do.''  A vote for Dr. King is a ballot  thrown in favor of Chinese  workmen. '������'. ������'���   ' ���  EIGHT    DAYS    RACING  OVKH ::00 I1OP.SI0S KXTKKKD ���     l'.IC  KVMNT KACII   DAY     fl  $10,000    IN    PURSES $  Town Street Carnival Every Nig-ht,   Vruidcvilln . Specialties  nnd High CInss Circus Features  ~ Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber,       A largo assort- =3:  r              ment, of seasoned Lumber and Shingles always   . ~2  ^                                             ' on hand ^S  g            DIMENSION     LUMIJRR      A,, " SPF5C1ALTY. . 3  |       Wfl'Sfl; ��� ��� - BG. |  (A   Down  I  I  fl  .      Special  Low Rates on all Railroads ��  ���)    Coiiccssldii I'l'ivilccus I.iv Sulo.    Write lov I'lviniiiiii Mst.   II. C!. S'l'liMM i'.\.. Kcc'y-.M|;i      f)  J*  *��  THK MASTKIt M I'.Ci IA .VIC'S I'!.' It K T.AIi  SOAI' :1ii:u1k. ii ml'' snl'lciis ' tin- Kkin. wlii'l..  ���|ii:oiriplly (���l.'iiiifiiiiK' it 'il' |.'|-(;iis'(.,,';(iil. I'DKl. oil.,  Iiiviiliiul.l.. lor iii''.''i.in.l.'s. f..nil.tk, s|).>rl.sii).!ii.  l-'rci." Kiniipl... on' r.i,'.-i|.l or '2<-. I'or pnstM:,'.-.  AI Ih-.m T.iildi .Sini|) Co.. Ml'rs jMonlriMil.  CARLIN  & DURICK  (GENERAL    MERCHANTS  Port    Steele  Brewing    Co.  I'ort  NOTICE,    v  v (  Taice (i(il.!('���(.��� 't Ii.-'ii sixty'dayM tiftci''il.'i'l.e  I .-.Iiall app'ly to tin.; ' 'l.ief ('oiimiissioiKV!'  nf l.an.l.- and W'oi-Ics for perinisnion lo  piii'i'.hai.' th.- fiilloiviiiy land in -Mtisl  K��/(ileiiay OUlrict... and deseri lied us-  follow^: ('(.iiiin.'iK'ino at. a post, ma He .'('I  U'...l. Wat ki 11 ���>-. soul Invest- .'oriiet' .'il  I lie ���s'liltli'-'ast coi-iiei- 'of .loli n lie'llliel 1,'s  pre-eiiiplioii. No. T'.'.T, IJol oU'ill: llieiice  nortli V'tl .-liains more or less to the  -out li west eoriier of I). McLaren's preemption, tlienee c'usl, '10 chains, tlieni.'.'  soot li en chains in.ire (����� or less lo St.  Mary'- river, tlienee west Id ciiains  more or lc-s ;.. place of commencement,  . \\7 .1'. WATKINS.  JJal'.'(l .Inn.; 2!ltli.'l!J0M. .'AL  Steele,  SoIeA.yenls for the.  East  Kootenii y  ,   ���"    FORT STEELE,   B.  C. *  MANCJIMCTUIiBRS     a,nd'    I3RRWRRR    OE    RXTI4.A    Pl'Nfil  BEER    ^    PORTER  SOLD,   BY    THE    BARREL,    KEG    OR    BOTTLED  Bottled beer for family use a specialty  OUTS1DR ORDERS GTVEN riTRTCT ^ PItOMPT ATTENTION  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  Mutz & Scott, Prop's.  P. O. BvyX 812  TELEPHONE, NO, 1  canton-steel.  COMPANY  Tins Stkki, is o-tt.-irtuitooil to lie nqual lo .lossop's���'or   l^irtlis in ;i,||  ���.,IL\lil)   llOi'.K   VVoi,'.K.  Sortie Ac  SOLIO    AflKNTK  '-Grows Nest Goal uompanv  Giant Powder Company.  1 Mining   Supplies  a  Specialty.  Ajronts for t,ho,   MASSEY,   HAIiRIS    CO.,  Limited.  Farnning   Implements,  Charles P. GampbelL  1  Tllli qndiVrtaker.  RM'l.tALMlNa A  ���SPECTA'IVrY  OI'MiJN  DAY  AND'NIOriT.  Tki.kimionio  U!.       '    .       ��� Post O^ni'io Pbx  127.  CRANBROOK, B. C.

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