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Array Library of Leg Ass  JO  f  !  e:a.f('?:"R*!r-*'-#*?R*��'-3KB'-**3Ka'��*��fSK*  .. #  S (Jet  Yiuir Moiicv's Worth. #  ��                                       ' <:  J* Hy Siilwribintr, l^u- %  % Tmo l-'itnsi'i-x'Toit. %  ��        ' *  wj?tllf  *#*********##*******< *��*  *  A(lv4��rti-ii]<>- That Pay*.  Is. Advci-ri^iiifj- In  THK Pkosvectoh.  *  *****#*##***# **��******��:*<  Vo7..7.  PORT &TB&LB, B.  C, SATURDAY, APRTL IS, 1901.  No 15.  New Advertisements To-aay.  Nulled- I'Vnt Sieeli- lli'ewliijf Company. J'hko  Oi  lb  ����-frt��-t��-tfrt��-tM"��t��ts-������*  MINIMAL PLOAT  A number of new properties  'are to l)i} started up, and those  now working will he the scene  of greater activity.  It is safe to say that the mining interests of the Fort Steele  mining division are on the direct  road to prosperity.  The remarkable . growl h and  development of South , East  Kootenay is responsible for a  large and increased tonnage.   ,   '  The outlook for the present  year points to a yet greater increase of silver-lead ore, than  'that of IDOO.      '     ,.     ' ,(  Considerable attention will   be  ���I  "paid this season to the sil'ver-  lead-proportie's in the'main range  of the Kooky Mountains north  west of Fort Steele. ^ .  The only drawback- to this district is the lack of smelter facilities.  Fernie  is supplying coke   to  smelters   capable  ,,of   handling  5,000 tons of ore daily.  ����� The silver lead   production  of  ^British  Columbia   of   189'J   was  fairly doubled in 1900."'  The Fort Steele Wining  Division is about ;80 'miles'-"in  length, and 80 miles in width,  and has a total area of 0,-100  .square miles.       ��� .  The town of Fort Steele js the  mining center"of this   vast   min-  ^ i i  eral area.       ' >  The production lot" tlie, Fernie  coal mines during Hie month of  March was 40,000 tons. -  roe; Johannesburg, ll.A.Walm-  soy; Admiral, A. G. Cochorg-  mskey: Empire, A. G. Cochorg-  inskeyPHeiiiatite; (leo. Watson:  Hercules, E. Johnson: A.jex, II.  L. Amine: Bessemer. .1. T. Laid-  lay: Crown Point,- W. VanArs-  dalen; Iron Mountain, C. M. Fd-  wards: Big Six, W. li. Itoss:  Beatrice, L. Boss: Cainperdown,  F. Tracy:, llillahoo, F. hi Jones:  Tama rue. Win. ' Sprague: Km-  press Carloftn. .1. Rainbri6k;  Wild Horse King. A, J. Alcock:  Daisy, hi Ftirrell: Timber, E.  Farrell: Btister, Cluis Fiiri-oll;  Snow Shoe, Chas Farroll: Iron  Duke, William Campbell:' St.  Ag'ness, J. Kelly: O. K., ,,A.  Doyle; Home Stake, CI. Doherty  Hillside. CIeoigo Doherty:. Lone  Star, G. Doherty.  MOYIE NEWS.  JL.ATEST  TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.  ���    Tracy Creek.'  From Om- Own Coiu-spoiuleiu.   .  C. 1-1. Pollen arrived hero on  Monday, ho is now engaged in  making an inspection of > tho Es-  tella. '    t  , .Work on tho Stanley is progressing, the contract work on  the tunnel will be completed in a  few days. ^ ,  The tunnel on the White Swan  is in J00 feet.     P  Cruudy Aukus is still'working  .on the Viking.  This year gives promise of a  largo and active . development of  the mines in the 'vicinity of  Tracy.   Transfer of Mining' Properties.  .The following transfers of  mining properties have been recorded at the government office  sit Fort Steele since Marcli 1st,  I'.IOI:  Nelson mining claim, George  Douglass 'to Becke'nbridgo and  Lund.   .  Bound the World.--A Popular Singer.���Will Take Advertisements.  Victoria. April 12.���-"Frank  Maxby, ii prospector, who has  been' around .those parts 'for  about'a year,"is having n large  Indian war.,canoe decked over,  and, in company with one companion, will attempt, to.circle the'  globe in il, going lirst to Hong-  Kong, via the Pacific islands.  , London, April -10.-^-Madame  Blauvolti sailed todaw, for, the  United States. ' Madame Blau-  volt sang last week before the  king and queen of Italy, She is  the most popular American, singer in Europe.  Lincoln, Neb.,  April   J2:���To-  < .1  day's issue of the  Commoner  is  the   first,  to   contain   advert,iso-  ifionis.    Mr. Bryan's paper -has  been enlarged to  Iwclve.  pages.  Trust ��� advertisements   are   ex-  eluded    from    the   Commoners  columns.     ',,.,.  London,     April    12. ���Harry  Vardon played a match game  of  golf  with   James  Braid,   at the  Ell ham Club. -    '  Broke tho Record.'   Mining.News.-  Empire ���Day.:- -Waterworks  and Sawmills.  5?  THE  ST.   KrCKNK.  I-'i-iiui Oni-ouii ('om".]imn1i'iil.  The SI, Eugene mine during  the month of, March not only  est mo up Lo any record previously  made but surpassed it.    Tho mill  THE WEEKS MARKET.  Pokiu and Silverton claims, D.  V. Mott to W. II. Whimster and  others.  Fuller and Evangeline claims,  J. F. Dal ton to William Douglass.    '  Goliath and Viper claims, E.  A. Elton to T. 11. Fen wick.  Tamarac "claim, Win. Sprague  to W. H. McFarlane.  Neptune claim, A. G. Erickson  to A. Swanson.  Mammoth claim, J. H. Mo-  Koggio to J. T. Laidlaw, .las  Angus, Win. Tonant.  Bull-Shoes claim,   Fred   Cote  lo E. Simard.  New Locations.  P. The following new locations of  mineral claims have been recorded since March 1st, 1901:    -."-.  .Standard mineral claim by  G.  M". Gunn;   Lomotil, C. J. Evans;  Clem No. 2, J. Grassick: Ewicka  "E.    E.   Jones;     Vancouver,   F.  Tracy; Young Abraham,. R. Mc-  Keemon; Wood-tick, R. D. Mun-  Metal Advances One Per Cent. -  ' While the general business  world has looked- with amazement at tho performance of ' the  stock market, trade has maintained an even course.  Motals rose one pcr'cont.  Railway earnings continue  lo  gain-  No sign of  lessoning  demand  is preceptibloMn any  branch   of  the iron and stool industry.  Silver bullion declines this  week makes the fall-_iiboiit two  cents an ounce in two weeks.  A material gain in gold is reported.  After losing nearly till the re-  cent advances, tin .pa.rlially recovered.  ��� Copper is sustained liy a  good  domestic, demand.  Load is dull and unchanged,  bul a slight, improvement is seen  in the market for speller. '    ���>  Tho coal market, was less active, f his week.  A  Guest of I.iiuor.  Chicago, April i.".. Chicagoe's  liberal societies are vioing with  one another to do honor , to  Prince Kropotkin, who is giving  a, series of lectures here  Peking- Miller.  Buffalo. N. V.. April i:}. ��� The  Rev. Courtney 11. Fenn, of  China,, who was chief miller in  the .British legation during the  siege mid. prepared/ the Hour  used, by il!,000 people;.' gave ' a  very interesting lecture, on his  experiences i-n Orchard Park  Church to-night.  '.. There, is a rumor that a pyritic  smelter' will he erected inp the  Kootenay valley this summer,   p  during the month turned out :{���],-'  1)00 tons of concentrates which is  -100 tons' more than was turned  out during any month previously'. For some time past it has  been rumored that a shut down  or parli'alshut down was to bo  expected owing to the low price  of loail. Nothing definito however could be learned. On Monday last when the; morning and  the evening shift wont on ,a  number of the men working in  the mines 'wore laid off. There  has boon no 'ore shipped since  last Saturday when ,a shipment  Was made to Belgium. Although  the force ot men iu the mines is  "somewhat'reduced tho compressor and mill are still running in  full force. ' However,trie St.- Eugene 'may bo, said to bo/shut  down,- as'no ore is being shipped  UMl'fltU   HAY  MAY  24'VU.  The citizens of Moyie have decided that thoy will hold a celebration on the 2-l"th of May, two  or three public meetings .have  been hold and a public subscription circulated lor the purpose  of raising fundsr for inalcing the  day one to be remembered' and a  credit fo the town. , v  (.   'Tl'riJ   WATERWORKS.  -.The bids? for tho building of' ti  dam on Campbell crook .for' tho  Moyie Waterworks .Company  wci'o opened/last Monday week  and tho contract .given to Mr.  Harold Pollard. Mr. Pollard  will start work on tho dam immediately so as 16 have it finish-,  ed within the time specified May  JOlh. The pipe which is to bo  supplied by the local hardware  man, G. H. Gilpin, is to bo here  by tho same date when work  will immediately commence laying it.  THIS  SAWMILLS.  ' Muir'Vsawmill has boon undergoing a thorough overhauling  and is' ready to start work as  soon as the ico breaks up in the  lake which will bo in a short  .time no.w if the present warm  weather continues. The machinery for Grant & Shadyjsmill  was shipped some time ago and  will be here in a few days. They  have a number of men nl , work-  in their logging camp at the  head of the lower lake and will  have plenty of timber for starting the mill as soon as tho machinery arrives the operations  will be rushed in order to have  the mill running as early in the  season as possible.  MM IK    CLAIMS.  Mr. O. J. Johnson, who has,an  interest in the Aurora mine opposite the town, is at, presonl at  work on the Mountain Coat  claims, he ha* a good showing  on the surface and says ho is  well satisfied with the outlook  and it lakes quite a bit lo satisfy  Johnson.  Chas Drnmmond one of the  oldest, pi'ospectors of tho district  is at, worlc on some claims on the  west side of the lake belonging  lo Mr. Scott of Moyie. He has  a showing of ore and is steadily,  at work developing the claim.  IL   H-.POUMMOGK.   P  of Miners. He reports the meeting a success and it resulted in  the election of the following  officers: President, James Wilks:  vice president, R. Bulmer; sec-  treas., A.' Pan.    .  (iKNKRAL  NO'I'KS.  A runaway couple from Blair-  more were arrested by Constable  Drummond last Sunday morning  on tho arrival of the west bound  train. The man was cook and  the woman waitress in the Hotel  at that place.  , T. Christian who formerly re-  sided here visited Moyie hist  week-.       ���        , .  Last week- Mrs, E. J. Cardinal  Mr. Tp Y. Cardinal and Miss  Brown returned from Montreal  where they had been for , the  winter. x  J. R. Costigiin, barrister .of  Cranbrook' was in Moyie last  week.  Mr. Chas Parrel the owner of  the Society Girl inine'is putting  a fence around his house and  lot. ' "      ''        '   '    ','  , The show with views of the  Queen's funeral was in Moyie  last Monday night and gave a  very successful exhibition.  The addition to the Kootenay  Hotel will be finished iii a short  time when a grand opening will  be given.'   .     ' '  DOHERTY GROUP BONDED.  PROSPECTING HAS COMMENCED  Forty   Locations  Made.In   March.'���  'Wild Horse Creek Attracts  Attention."   t.  The snow is rapidly disappearing from the surrounding mourn  tains iu"th1^ vicinity iof 'Fort  Steele, and the prospecting season has fairly opened. , Some  forty new,locations have already  been made and recorded , during  the month of'March. It is probable that the headwaters of Wild  Horse creek and its tributaries'  will receive most attention from  prospectors this season.'  East Kootenay Stock.'  Ahked.  (Jrow's No��L Goal     *8,"i.0()  North Star ���  So  Sullivan  !��V  ' Silver-lead Quotations.  Har Silver   Mexk-iin dollars '.*...  Lead     Copper...(       K>.(i2-i  Bid.  *S0.0ll  78  83  5R*  4.374  The Industries.  New York, April H.���Little of  interest in the way of new features'" iii metal circles today.  ��� The only change here was in  tin, that metal advancing, market  closed strong.  The rest of the list was  without quotable change.  Notes From Fernie.  Krom Om- Own OoiTCpoink-iit.  A. W. Bleasdell moved into  the store-north of the post' office  this week.  Nearly -10,000 tons of coal were  taken from the Pernio coal mines  during last month.    '  The baseball team has been  reorganized.  G. G. Henderson, editor of  the Free Press, has gone to  Ottawa as a delegate, representing the Fernie Board of Trade.  A change" has been made in  the ownership of the Fort Steele  Brewing Co., L. Sick retires,  Messrs. Mutz & Scott having  purchased his interest.  Thomas Ede is engaged in  ���talcing the census of Fernie.  Work on the foundation, of  the coke ovens is being pushed,  the crib work on the first row is  A Cash Payment.  - New Owners -Will  Develop the Property.  We understand that an Eastern syndicate have taken a bond  on the Doherty group of claims,  which are situated on the west  bank of Wild Horse tcreck, overlooking the old placer ground  which wa.s worked iu the early  sixties.  The group comprises four full  claims, the principal" oim being  the Doherty. on which a large  amount of development has been  done. An incline tunnel is down  lOn feet,, with a cross-cut of ten  feet, all in solid ore; other work  has been done on the group,  which would bring'the lotal development to about L'iiO feet of  tunneling".  ��� .The ore is a free-milling gold  quartz, and there is without  doubt a vast body, carrying  values from &J 0 to &>0 per ton,  the values improving as depth is  obtained. One remarkable feature in connection with this  property is that all tho work has  been done, by-the owner, Colonel  George" Doherty, with, his own  hands; and without outside help  of any kind/ The Doherty group  is easy of access," and so situated  as to render development work,  comparatively easy, and allow it  to be done very economically.  ,  While1 we are not at liberty to  announce the consideration to be  paid for the group, we may state  that a good property has been  secured at a fair price." A'  moderate, cash payment has been  made, and ^provision made for  regular quarterly .payments dur-'  ing,.sthe existence of, the bond.,  The payments though not large,  will be sufficient to enable the  Coloneh to take life easier, and  visit the outer-world when so inclined.   , ;  The parties undertake fo do a  fair amount, "of work", and propose to continue driving the  tunnel, cross-cutting' at regular  intervals to determine the exact  width of .the vein, which ��� the  Colonel has not.been able to do. ,  . The parties interested in this  deal were brought .together by  Mr. Henry Kershaw, who is' also  in communication with several  other parties who are expected  to become, inteiested ..in proper-.  ties in South East Kootenay.  Minister Loomis,   who  has just  ai'i'ived here from Venezuela,   is.  Very reticenl as to his  experiences in Venezuela.  Although Ihis fact is fairly  well disguised at the state department/it is known now that  Minister Loomis was called home,  c  to prevent an open rupture between him -and the Venezuelan  officials.  Tho attitude of this government isr that Venezuela must  either give guarantees of secu r-  ity and respect for 'Americau  officials and citizens in that re-,  public, or they will bo enforced  by the United States.  The Approach Mine.  N. Robertson who came down  from . the Approach mine ou  Wednesday reports that the No.  2 tunnel is now in over fjO'feel.  WANTS   PEACE.  Dewet Is" Not Responsible. ���  Loudon, April 11.���''It is  somi-pfficially asserted here,"  says, the Capetown correspondent of the Daily Telegraph,  "that general Botha'has had another interview with lord Kitchener, in which he informed him  that he'had seen general Dewet,  wlio still refused to entertain the  idea of,surrender on any terms. '  General Botha, however,, > regards Dewet as no longer responsible for his actions and seeks1 a  modus vivendi on behalf of all  tlie burgher forces. v<  H. TI. Duniinock the president,  of  the  Moyie Miners Union   re- yearly completed,  turned last; Saturday  from   Nel-jii   A   number  of  new  son whore he has been-attending  a, mooting of the District Association No.;b. Western Federation  Old Abe Group Surveyed.  K. L" Burnet, P. L. S. for'the  past ten days has been engaged  in surveying the Old Abe group  of claimSj preparatory ip obtaining a crown grant of the same.  The group' consists of five  claims. Old Abe,' Black Prince,  Nancy Hanks. Blue Jay and  Faragut Fraction, and are situated on Bull river about 10 miles  south of Fort Steele.  An examination has been made,  of ihe property, the pay streak  proper is nearly four feet, the  ore is copper. Development  consists of two tunnels, No. 1 is  in 1*0 feet, No. 2 tunnel is in L>4li  feet. There is about 200 tons of  shipping ore on the dump, besides a largo amount of concentrating ore.  buildings  are contemplated, some under  actual construction.  -���"Nob Wester.  St.  Mary's River District.  Fred Hazen has been working  a property on Alki creek during  the past winter.  Frank Tracy and his partner  are working a claim on the north  fork of the St. Mary's river.  Pit is reported ..that.-a surveying outfit, in the employ of the  proposed Craw ford Bay,rai I way,  have reached the '.summit, and  are now. working down the eastern slope to the St. Mary's river  PLoomis  Reticent.  Washington,. D. C, April 13.-  ' News Notes.  Ottawa, April ti.'���The Russell  Theatre was completely destroyed 'by'fire this morning. P The  Russell House which was con-  nected ,wi th the theatre was- not  damaged: The loss is estimated,  at*l6b,000.  Peki nvApril 8. ���The.Russians  make no move towards leaving  Manchuria. On the contrary  they are making 'preparations  to remain, there permanently.  1 Pekin. April ��S.���Li , Hung  Chang has received information  on the subject of the China revolt. General Fah-Sian. was  about laO miles from the court,  with 11,000 regular troops. The  court has about the same .number of-troops at Sian-Fu.  Kossland"     April       8. ��� The '  miners    have   voted   down   the  strike resolutions.  ,  Lbndou.    April   0.���A   Daily  News  special   says���At   Odessa  ,  there has been 1500 arrests made  during the past few days.    "���  <, Thomas Lawson's yacht Independence will be in the trial  yacht races that will determine  the selection of a defender of the  America's cup against Sir  Thomas Upton's challenger  Shamrock TI. This statement  was made by a yachtsman who  is a recognized authority ou  everything connected with the  yachts now Hearing completion  for the international event.  The Chinese question has  many phases, and is - being discussed in many countries. Will  Russia and Japan come to an understanding without a tight':'  Glasgow. April 10. ��� The  Shamrock I. refitted for racing,  left the dock at Greenock yesterday for Gourock. where her  sails will be bent and where she  will be made ready for the trials  with the challenger for the  American cup.  It is feared that .tlie relations  between tlie United States'../and  Cuba ��� will.'-be strained if the  Cubans insist on all .-their ��� do-"  mauds.    <  Plunier has   occupied   Peters-/,  burg with slight opposition.   He  captured two locomotives and fia  trucks.  ������:>-���������  :.k.-  i;  ���^SSSSB^SSeSj^RifSaB .'/#*  THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. C., APRIL 13, 1901.  KSTABLISHKD     IS9">.  A. B. 6racG,  PUBLISHER    AND    EDITOR.  THE   PROSPECTOR,   is   published  ��� vary Saturday, and has a guaranteed  ���irculation larger than any other paper  la East Kootenay. It is all home Printed  and contains double the news of nny  other paper in the district.    -  As an  advertising inedii:.n  it  Is un  ��� x: celled.  Deroled to the upbuilding of'Fort Steolft. the  dcrelopmentof the vasi mineral resources of  the East Kootenay mining district.  Subscriptions $2.00 per year  Adrertising rates made known on application.  Contributions are solicited from all parts of the  tlatrlct. but all matter intended for publication  must have the writer's signature.  TUIQ PAPPR Is kept on tile at tlieathvr-'  ini��J rnrtn tbins; agency of Alaxander  *Co., Suite F.. First Xutionul Itanlc Uuildinc.  Spokane. Wash., where contracts c.-in bo made  for It.  This Paper  is   kept. on  tile ot  K.  C.  UAKK'S Advcrti-, ing  Acency, <H and 6.'. Mercliaiiis Lxchunge, San  Francisco, California, where contracts for ad-  rertlitne can be made for it.  This Paper &mT ��~"m(--ut lhe  JIc-  & Co.  Newspaper   Ail-  .retlsluir   Agency.  Montreal,   Wjerc contracts  for adrertfsini; can be made for it.  ponitions,' as'of towns, as of  individuals.  *    *    *  Now thai we have  practically  attained the lirst goal of our ambition;      "that    of    securing'a  charter for the Kootenay Central  Railway," let not our efforts  relax until the great boom of competitive systems  is  ours.     The  railway bisection of West Kootenay,   north  and  south, east and  west, has made it what it  is  today.     With resources  of equal  splendor  in  South  East Kootenay there is no reason  why  the  construction   of   the    Kootenay  Central, and Crawford Bay and  Fort Steele railways in competition with the Crow's  Nest   line,  should not do us much for us.  b*&  HeadauarterB  for   Mining  and   Commercial  The  This Pa ->er  ���lore, Spokant), Wash.  Is on sale at     .1.    \V  Graham .t   Co's   bonk  ��he Inspector.  SATURDAY,  APRIL  VI, 1901.  "No  Enemies  to Punish���No  , Special Friends to Serve. "  WITHIN _ a   few    months  railway communications  north   and, south   through   the  Kootenay- valley, will be the actual realization of the  hopes of  '  the pioneers of the Fort Steele  , district.    'The  panorama   of   a  new industrial era is about to be  spread before us, giving  an  opportunity to measure the results  so  far  accomplished and to estimate 'the   benefits    that   will  accrue from the construction of  the  Kootenay Central Railway.  In doing so it is our aim to guard  against the,<prejudice of self-interest or the peculiar  predelec-  tions and wishes of communities  created by' the railway corpor  ation which parted the way east  and  west  through   this 'district  bringing prominently��into . view  .ephemeral and artificial  activity  as  a  means "of1 revenue. u That  economic maxim which measures  the prosperity  of a people .by  the   environing   resources   and  their ability to ' usefully  employ  them, has received a marked exemplification in   the  relation  of  Fort Steele, and other towns  on  the line of the proposed   Kootenay Central Railway.  A King's Birthday.  'Copenhagen,     April    S.���The  Dowager Empress of Russia, the  Queen of England and the Queen  of   the  Netherlands  are' among  the prominent members of royal  families who assisted in the celebration of the eighty-third anniversary of  the   birth   of. King  Christian today.    Queen Willie!-  mina of the Netherlands was accompanied by her consort.    The  celebration was of  national   importance and the day was a holiday in all parts of the   kingdom.  King   Christian   is  in  excellent 3  health.  AH    Modern     Conveniences  FORT    STEELE,   B.   C.  Large   Sample v Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.  t  CO- i  The  forced  here again  conclusion is  by the near' approach of  construction by the Kootenay  Central Railway Company that  even the power and influence , of  a town booming syndicate can  not make or unmake communities at their own simple behest:  but that the people must primarily depend upon themselves  and the resources of their  country. ' o  *   *    *c  We hail the near approach  of  actual construction on   the  part  of the Kootenay Central Railway-  as  a  happy augury of  renewed  life and prosperity to  the   town  of Fort Steele: lo the entire district  of  South  East   Kootenay.  It is momentous not vital   to   us.  and yet we do not under estimate  its value in   the  rapid  development of  the   vast   mineral   re  sources of the Fort  Steele  Mining Division,  We shall hail with equal  pleasure the advent of the Crawford Bay and Fort Steele Railway. It will be another tremendous lever in the potentious  uplifting of the mineral resources of that portion of the district through which it will  traverse. We welcome these  railways with all the enthusiasm  which a true knowledge of our  proud position and unrivalled  resources should, warrant.  Will Patrol Alaskan "Waters.  ���As  usual,   the  administration  will send  vessels  to  patrol, live  Bering sea seal   grounds  during  .the approaching- - season  in  operation with British  warships  which   have  lent  their aid   for  two years in   preventing  illegal  sealing.     For' five  years  there  has  been less illegal  taking of  seals  ih   Alaskan   waters   thanj'  previously, when, owing  to  the  existence of the dispute between  the two countries, Great Britain  took ljttle interest ni^the  patrol  work. ��� When  a    better  understanding, was i;eached the patrol  fleets  wore   made  efficient, , and  while several hundred  seals are  annually taken by  poachers, the  proportion' is small as compared  to,the  illegal catchos_ of years  ago..    ^This    year   five "United  States cutters will   perform   the  work in co-operation  with-three  or four small gunboats  attached  to the British squadron.  Central Hole  VI. w.  DREW,  Proprietor.  Fort Steele.  1 Star Note  KimfoeMey,   B.C.  -  Finestt Liquors and  Cigars.  Best Furnish'ed Rooms in'  Town.  ������    *    *       Tf you want all of the  news of South,East Kootenay,  you must subscribe for, and read  The Prospector.  H.  W;DREW,    PROPRIETOR.  .J.  TAENIIAUSKK  Watchmaker  an L)  JjiWEM-UJ.  Kn^i-iiviiig.  Riverside Avenue.  Fort Srecle. R C.  MINING  THIRTY-BIHTH YEAR.  and SCIENTIFIC  Port    Steele  1 C  ' ��  Brewing   Co.  1      / 1  FORT STEELE,  B.C.  MANUFACTURERS     and     BREWERS    OF,   EXTRA   FTNE  McRride Bro's.  snelf t Heavy Hardware  ���   '' - ~      ,.  Stoves, Granite ware,  Tinware  1 ,      1      f ���  r -      (        c  Powder, Fuse, Caps  Paints and Oils.  Sheet metal work of all kinds  promptly executed.  (J  Fort Steele    ���  Meat Market  FRESH   and  SALT   MEATS  ON" HAND.  ALWAYS'  R. W. ROGERS, Proprietor.  24 Pa^es   :  "Weekly   :  Illustrated.  INDISI USABLE  TO MINING MEN.  $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.  SE.S'I) roll ��AMI'I.E COPY.  WINING-sditiflc PRESS  J30 MARKET ST., SA2T FRAHCISCO, CAL.  BEER  PORTER  t  Homework- orofitable-oongenial-  easy���on new Dlan. Be your own  workmaater In your own home!  3��na Tour ^iiircta on |>u��l card and we wlllseml run i.artku  Un.   furus Svmjk-iti.. Hejpc C, 130 Youg��SI .ToronKk  EMULSION  .But.this is not all. We should  be equally eager-to, welcome and  encourage the construction of  competing.Jine.s-pf railway, without, which, true commercial supremacy is unattainable.'"' The  maxim, "Competition is the life  of trade," is equally true of  cor-  CONMl'UITIO.V nnd  at!   II ,N<J   I>lSK.4sr��,  KIMTTINi;  or  ULOOI>,  1 < Ol'till. LOKK  'OF AI'I'ICTITK.  HEKltlTV, tlii- brnrntH of thlmtrdclo  urn moat lUluilfi-ftC.   '���  By tlie aid of The D. fc L. liiimklra, I have  Rotten i id of a liacltlni; eolith wli Icli liail troubled  me fur ovi;r a year, and have gained considerably in weight.  T. H. WINGHAM, C.E., Montreal.  50c. and Jl   per Bottla  DAVIS * LAWRKNCE CO., Limited,  MONTRrAL.  SOLD   BY   THE    BARREL,    KEG   OR    BOTTLED  Bottled beer for family use a specialty  OUTSIDE ORDERS C.IVEN tfTRTGT # PROMPT ATTENTION  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED^^hV^o8.'?  v.  Mutz & Scott, Prop's.  1 Fresh Halibut,   Salmon, Salmon Trout, Bologna Sausage,  Butter and Eggs.    Pish and Game in Season:  Fort Steele  and  Iviniberlcy.  JUST    RECEIVED  all-pTH OSEJ WHQXJSE ;yy-i.  CALGARY FLDUH  WANTED:  AGKNT for, Port'Steele and ''.vicinity for  the sale of hardy lines of Standard Fruit  Stock! Small fruits. Ornamental trees,  shrubs, etc. , Term's, liberal, p Apply now  to-  PELHAM NURSERY COMPANY,  I Toronto. Ont.  I  7l*sk��**^t.��u****��*��i<(***%^%*iik'%��m%����u*.*%m%i*'����*w������%*%%������i.��*M��a����ftC  Assorted Car of Best Brands of Flour  and   Meals,   etc.  Flour, Patent Hungarian and Strong Baker.  Roiled Oats, Cracked Wheat, Wheatlctts,'  Cornmeal, Buckwheat Flour, Split Peas,  Navy  Beans.   Lima Beans, Pot Barley,  etc.  i  Bran     Chops     Shorts     Oats     Hay.  Fleetwood Tea., a pure article imported1 direct from Ceylon  try it once and you will use no other.  Fresh  Breakfast  Butter and Eggs.  Bacon,   Hams  and  Dry Salt Side Bacon,  POTATOES   M   CARROTS  FIREWOOD all lengths to suit all stoves.   ,  THE   FORT   STEELE  FLOUR and FEED STORE  E. C. MjLLER, Proprietor     ��� POST OFFICE BOX 836.  AH goods guaranteed and prices also as being correct.  Send in orders. , ; ������-:  iS'ld."  mm PRO.SPKOTORpFORT STElLEpB.'CXplOOl  h. reinem  ;'     ���   ''��� ���;-���'��� ." .-  -, '"'"��� ;' i.i.       ',"' " ''���'�� ' '-'..' '   P. .-; O ' ,'.'./,'������" '. k.'i'   n ������  '.t , -    -Mm :,       ..... ,>������ ���        ;���  Port Steeled BIG,  pp*..  ':;.^':''-:  ^^$��1^  t&WSM^Mai:  ���;i-W  ��� if.   j:  ���,',.jt'.*:.'  v.|.;,'t O.   ., ,L  :f;��p-;o,-;PPPP  ���.���:���������.��� i;  pppft^  ���' '������''������ $���/.'.&;���  1 ...-.���?-,'j!;:/-"[---".  :-^, -;j  :,--;p";,V;!,.p i,v  .:;pp  .r;,r;^'p^-  P;&V  $.$:j&;Z&��  M^^^M^if^Mm^MS^��BMM  ^^^l^m��orM  :JWwMM  vp p':l-pP;iSp:;PipM,V  ���;;-::-p:r-"|6f;-pp^PP  p.Ppp P'"PiP ::'KPPP  L��  ^awfflSi^^^  iMiilSlft  aaB5BK-  ;��S  ^-.-C^.-u.iJj.  pw '.��.';  ��?te.  ;es  W$::  P.p.;��;P;'  ''^���-p.'P,'V*'  ;:;ppl:^ow;ri^  ('of^i;lve:,'year^  ..������..-;���. ....--. :���'.'.. PP ���;,...   .- ;.JP XT- ���������.;.-.���/ .^.L., 4.- -...-;.   V. "., . ���. p...!    p/P. PP- PP "'v. , "''": ���' ;.VPP-  P; ;v..PP"P i -P- PP-P'.  P.- -���'-'   PP-!   ' P :P;"^','p ,P.-p ��� P" ��.-     P '    P  p:t<vp^  Si&eA& ^  PPPppppppp'-&p-P;��;u.Ai^  pPppp^PppP^p* .pivtf-spOT  P'tppJ^pSppp;^ P;pA:r j'j?nx>M  '���Pp-;Pp--Ppp':2Pp?>*ra'ipAife  ; PWPpppPS'Pip: 1 MSTU ICTi.ft  a*..-  "&��^W�����$^$PkW*&^^^  -. p/v ppf^ppppppsp^'  ���y pp:'ssp������Pj  :J~-  y/y^As^  ������������������ ���-���������'>,,:i,-rt-"1 -^-p^p ���  ^.3/^''��:^'P'r;'~��v^^^  *   THK iniOSPliGTOR. COV1S1JS A LHSTKICT       P';!- :  : xb' .-. ���.-���> ... -. :;-.-��� ������������'-   ��� ������,   ���- ������ ���- W ��� ���.--  iii    TpARGER TtlAiV'SOMK .l'lMl'TIUilS, ANLI11AS A;.ri>   ..,.  Pi^paAi;c;K'^oiiKi(iN ctKQULAM'iON.",:'' P    :;p; ^ipp  :Ai/-:'"P'''-:; :'"PVP;V"P' '.-''Pp '���"���'���<-. ;-p'P:P'P-.P..v.' P' ���.-;  (tv P  fc'-5/'  RoyftL nomu  ���kT.MBERL.EY,-' B, C.  The Finest. lPitjunr.s mill.  O-igai'B and Best. Km-tiislie.d.  I!ooms in Town.    :  J.    I���;. "GATES;-  Prop  'ADVERTISE:1  .-I.N  THE PROSPECTOR.  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights' &o  A��yon��.i��iifHiiK h Nkeloh'iniil iloMcrliillon niny  quickly jiHUt-'i'tnin <mr <i|iiiiliiii free wlmtlicr an  Inviilillnu is pmliulily ptltentiible. Ouiiiuunir.i.  lloiiHsiricllyniiiHilciitliiU' lliiiutljnnknn I'nti-iits  aunt t'i'.Mi. (ihlnsi nu(-iii'.v l'nr Hi'ctirmw i-iilcni.i.  rnt.inls tukcn t.lu-iiiiL'li Miuin .t Co. riuri.'lv,'-  Ulitrial luitice, williout cluirge, in tlie  GALCARY FLDUR  ��3i|S--THfe.BfiST.;-'.:-:-  }^i)j }Sfc;&i':i-'.'?"��� j ���:,'/{;; p^'ji^^: I  )AhdrNevep/Pinolies.-6utVpStak  Your'Irilierest.'^p      p-p>;; l:a"\ p,p'--^P' " 'i*.-- ���:,-pppp:";p",;��� ^?.p:S-."p^  JOB PRTNTJNG OF ALL. KINDS. NEATLY AND PROMBTLY''.,!,  EXECUTED. ''.'���<-'���: ';-:..-P.P:    -:;': . '.   , ���'   ���-' "���''-, y;- a '. .\j''".. ��� "' ���������   : .'���'/'.���r  ������������ .\-  lemif ic Mtnencam  A lianilsomcly itinsfnitert -vvooklT. T,nrj:e9t cir-  t'iilatUm of iuiv hrientltic ,1onni:il. Terms, $3 a  your: four months, ?i. SciU bj ull'iiewartcjilcrfl.  EVSUNN & Co.36iBroad^ New York  .Branch Office, G% F St., WaahUiuiori. 1). O.  Mn ench town for Ul  ��� nvilloloseoHtatijiB  /HIIt KEHAltlL  Irailroud company.  MONTROSE BICYCLESEFREE  ';��� "i1 "Pl'jio���' 'o youraildicss WITHOUT A CENT IN ADVANCE.  SEND   US YOUR- ORDER, stuto wlictiicr you wish IihIv'shi- mini's-  ~-wlicelf (fiveirolni-. liclnlit -of li'anu-.uinl ircarwanlL.il ami \\K IVIU, s 1111 > ���  rilK AVIIl.:i.-,I, c. 11. 1X on appruval, allmWnfr yini t.n uncrale anil r.v-  amino iL lulty hprore you.am'pl. il.. If! it is not. nil and inori; than ivo  claim fin-it, anil a better wheel than.you ean j-ol, for any where near the'  lirico from any.one else: reluso it anil we williuiy all ei-iiress elmi-ui-H  ourselves. Tfic/'MONTROSE" Bicycle <fc^ O en  lib our'Special Aarciit's .lampli- prlvti of *P | 0^2H  is the k-iealesl, haritain In a lili/ycle over nffered. We k-liaraulee il;' oiilinl '  ���to any ��1(1 wheel,en the niai-kecaiid ynn need not iicrept il. imriinv a rent  "V X$hi!'.M}} I lt.,:,;s   -"Ml lal.-e,thl.s.niel.li,,d',.l nuiel.'ly   intrt.ilueini,-  "'"��� H .U��H��I-:I,S.    This ollVi'V.I- n wimple wheel at this lira- pHee Is  mn.-le, tfisoeiirQ nR/OER AGENT in eaeh town to represent uii  and take onlers.   Unraiiellts tli.-il,-e tnoui-j-last. ,  QPFniFifflTSflfeIC li'i'iiini.-, i-.'.il iirili Inclij ladies. SS liu-li. lli-st  OrCUlr.lllA 9 iUnda Shelh.v semuless I.iiI.Iiik with IV.reed e,.M,r,-.  lions, llush .inlnts, iiniu-oved evi,:iinli.-fde\ ii-e I,, ra'sten sent'li,,st anil'  handle Imr; lloj-a.1 An-lu-roivii;. the eclehrnli.'d .Atavi* lnilisauil lianuel-���  theeasiest niiinltiK Itimwii; Keem-il "A" tin's. Ihe 1,,-t.t. unil.eue <,f llio  most cxiielishel.lresoii lheinarl;eli..Thei.'eiiililie i�� I Miflniter llyi;ieiile  saddlo; iieiliiti, tools and ,-ieOessories Ihe liest olilainalile. Kuniueled lii  liliiclc. niai-oiiu ori-oaeli meem highly llulsheil mill ornamented; (.perhil  lliushed nk'keline; ou all In-Iu'hl pui-ls. \\'\i lliorou^hly lest every plceo  Of material (hat i-oes into- this nifiehine. Our lilntliiii; ycnrV amir-  aiiteo ImmhI with eaeii hievrle.  PRPP lonny one-seiiillnit llie ijilll.MI ensh in full with onler we will,  ��� IILL. send freu a iroiiiilnc Kiirilii-k in.noo mile Imrrel pattern evelop  meteri or.-i hiirh irralli; llobrpuiup. Your money all lmek ir you are not1  perleetly sallslled.     , ,  f!HPflP   WURRI C' Wo do not inanufiieliire the cheap ile.pai-t-  UEHL.Hr-  <Sni.C.L,Oi mciitstore kind of wheels, sueh as many new ���  coneerns anil his supply houses nilverllse and sell us Inch (.'lade:   We ean furnish Ihein.  however, atS.ito J, stripped: orf'l.jr, to SliMleoniplele.   We do not iriuiriinlee nor recommend them.,    KI'.l'OItK'tlinWKIMMl hicvele of anv one else, no inatler who or how  e li.-aii. write ���� anil let us tell vou liow much we run sa.ve vou on the same machine,  llyoii IIUADI C ln   RIIV n wheel wo ean assist vm lo KAItX A ItlCVCI.K liv ills-  are    UIIHULk.  IU   UU1  Irlhutlnt-eiltahiil-ues forusa lewilavs.   We need one pel-sou-  is purpose.   W c have several hlluili-ed S]<:C��M> HANK M'HKKLS taken in trade which wi)  to^ilOeaeli: also some shopworn samples and ".'�� models very cheap.   Send lor linrvnln l.l.t.  11 V. is unnuestioned.   We ri-rer |o any hank or husiness house in Chicago, or anv express or  Wo will send you letters of .reference direct from ihe largest luniks iu UhieaKO If.vou wish it.  nRrlPR lodnr.   This low in-lce and these,upeeliil ternii> of shipment without deposit will  WI1WI.I1 ho withdrawn very Boon.   ;5T-Give naniu of this paper. is.  THE  GliatiiDer  SOUTHERN BRIT1ST GO LUMBIA j.  (Kootenaijs and yale)'.\'p, i  CONTRACTORS  All   Kinds'-of���-��� Brick   arid   Stone   Work  Irailroud company.  SEND YOUR  j     J. L* MEAD  GYCiLEGOm^Mtp Chicago?Ill  UlUGK and LIME .For Halo.    ; "PLA^TERTNG  Promptly-;Dono  TO THE, DEAF.  j. ��� Tin-. Cliiimlior <if .Mitii'.s wm.iiIs t.lnii>  ��� <iuji'lily pel in 1 i!i' t-(ii-i,i-:sji(iii(lciil;S.in uvi-r.v  ���('.'ini]i in 1,Ii<!.(liHi.i-ic.is ill" Km.-I. aiiii \Vi'.-t  ! Kool.cnuy n.nil ^'iiii' tii wlioiii i-i-ns 'U.'iiik'  Ci)in]iciisal.iuii   will   In.'    ptiiil    for   limit-  i sci'viccs.        ' ���'���'���'  Coi-i'i;s|ii.iip|i.-iil..-i will In- i.'p;)c.'li'i; l.o  fiu-msli Ui<j.(.'li!inibo.i- of Mini's wivh   nil  (Icvolopihonl.i- i,roi,iio-  on   :tl.  llio   mines,  the  iii.s'liilliit.ion   nl'   niiicliiiiory.   shi|'-  liiiinl.s! (if ore ;iiu| A-jilui.'. 'uinl   o-(.|i(-|.,.|!ly  sucVi news us will n',.Intel, llie  ill lent ion  ,. ���<    t   , , ,i     '"      .       ���' I ������!",(,, (,i       c.,v .  lii.if   ,l���-.,r  v.noido  h'tV   ��� ^    My office close to W. 8. Patent Office.   FREE prellmln-  ()l <'apil.;llist.s lllid cilll.se l.liein    l.o   111    .-.;     .--LIIUIC.     SO    1I1.U-   CUM I.   IICOIVM.)  1111- ! >ary examination* made.   Attv'�� fee notduo until patent  , .   .   ' , '���',." , ,-, >-. 'fluccurcd ' PERSONAL ATTHiNTION GIVEN���19 VEARB  llji-ll.le ItlPl llivesl. ; alllc  li)  liroCUl'O, lllO     Hiil-r ���  Dl'll'mS    ?ACTI;ai. EXPERIENCE. B(.ok'"lIi>w to obtain FatenU."  1 5 etc., R*nt frce._ Patents procured ttirongh E. G.SlgRerB  . . A rich li'itly ciin.fd ofhci:  Dualr.. ���:  iiosk aiu'l N'bisos' in 1.!i<;  l.load   by  Dr.    NicliolsonP.    Arliticiiil' . Riii:  Dnims. <?avo sioioon i��,   HVis   \n-  CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS,  COPYRIGHTS AND DESIGNS.,  Sunil your lmsinoss.direct t.o.-\VashiiiEtou, <  saves time, rosts less, better service.  mm' liiivc 1 horn   h  A]iplie;ifions lo lie \.!���!;  ���:-..:  iVvii ;!-���  CUAMiH-;i; Oi'' MINKJi.,  Si.uillu-rn lii-il.islrC iliii.Ur.r,,  ,.P      (KooPli,v    iinil.Y;il.;)lsl','Ult'('  P. O.BiBi ,:i7,p        i; OSS LAND'. \\. c. JNbw YorkpU. SS. A  No.lirilSp    Tho, Nicholson  In.  7Ml    Eiii-hlh   .Avq'iiik:'/  ^ etc., R?nt free.   Patents procured throngn E. G.SlgBerB  r��f-�� P\ ill 1 i-osiic    ^ receive  qpccia.1   notice,   without charge, I in   the  {INVENTIVE   AGEi  iiUuatrated tnonthly���Eleventh, year���termB, $1. a yeikt.  SU. 13. UIUULIIU,WASHINGTON,  D. C.J  yl  :&y&^m��yii$^^ i^^r^miTi I jatiAi! A'ss;^^;,..^:,, w  .-.--,-^-^-.c;-  v./  ,7'"-'   -  THE PROSPECTOR. FORT STEELE/B..C., 1901.  |||p  ^mmmmm%mmmmmmmmmm  ���'���    ' Al At Jnt- jfltl A irfMu: jtt jnjl *fc ifim ��fi. jfe  ��  ^He Minm  p:pf  '��;-, lr  l|hf i^  i^i^  ���P t P 1  ������������iM  And   Tap  :MS  Choice Business and Residence lets Mor Eale  Apply to  m     JL i  lta$^sirte Office,  ,rflUt  'aaragr^a  T^T3" '    :5Ss��SS  ">��CtJ!!7!3i!V"!fff ^SM^I^  *Br?: THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. C��� APRIL 13,  1901.  ��to \]$K0&pzrfi&x;+  SATURDAY, AJ'PJL Vi,  1'JOl.  ���k  Scieiltists to Watch Eclipse.  Sumatra,   April' R.���Pro!'.   A.  E. Burton, oi" the Massachusetts  Institute oi' Technology, Boston,  accompanied by George L. Jlos-  nier and Harrison W. Smith, instructors'at  the  Institute,   and  Gerard H. Matlhes,   a" graduate  of the class of   1 &{).">,   arrived   off  this coast loday.and will proceed  inland tomorrow for the purpose  of  observing  a  total   eclipse of  the sun, May IS. 0 The  observa-f  tjons will be taken at, the village  of  Padang,   one'hundred   miles  inland.    The party has just 1000  pounds of   scientific   paraphernal hi   and   the   trip,   will   cost  several thousand dollars, all the  expense being for six  and one-  hall' minutes' view of' a  shadow  on the sun.'  Prof. Todd, a well-  known    scientist    of _ Amherst  college, has arrived at the island  of Singkap.   150  miles souih of,  Singapore, and about'^'00 'miles  from   the" place    where    Prof.  Burton is located.     The- Burton  party will return to  tho  United  States' by   way   of   Yokohama,  thus completing  the circuit   of  the earth  in- their" search'   for  scientific      knowledge.,        The  eclipse rwill bo photographed  as  fully as the weather and   atmos-  - pheric conditions will  permit by  ' instruments   of   a   greatly' improved type 'for  that character  of   work. '���   The, party  will   be  ��� stationed.high up on a,mountain  during their undertaking.   Their  photographic cameras are   three  in  number,, and of uncommonly  large dimensions.     The  eclipse  is  only   to be  seen from points  close to the Indian Ocean and in  the East Indies.   , The distance  between' the location   of   Prof.=  Todd and the Burton party  will  be ableast 200 miles.  Prof. Burton has also arranged  to take into .account and., record  the. character and extent of, the  magnetic disturbances of1 the  earth before, during (and after  the eclipsef- as well as the rippl-  ingshadow bands that -pass* to  and fro along the earth at such  periods.* Those will betaken  with the aid of special devices  carried by the party.  CANADIAN  RAILWAY  aTTTTnnnmTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTnTmnTTTTTTTTTTmmnTTTfrmTTTTTTTTTTTTTTn,TTTrHTTTmTTTT&  1-fKAJ)  OFFICK  4(5 Qukkn Vkjtokia St.,  London, England.   '  l-JniTisir Coiajmijia  Offjck  Four STJ3I3M-:, n. c.  C. iVl. Edwards,  (Jion'i. Manaouk.  30,000 Acres Farm Lands  Q In the far famed Kootenay Vallioy  of payment.    Pricks   &>,;���>()"��� P'fai   avmk  proximity to the-Ciiow-B Nest Railway  for Sale on easy terms  and   upwards.-   In  close  Lots in tlie town of Elko are now on the market-prices ��50,  and upwards according lo situation.  Eijco boasts of the biggest water power in South East  Kootenay,,and Mvill'-be tho junction of the Crow's'Nost Southern  Railway.' ,.  Correspondence Solicited. -     '  SExacaa I capital wanted^  To Develop  The Rich Mineral  Resources Of  South East Kootenay.  DIRECT   ROUTE  to  ALL  I'OINTS  EAST  ..If.-;:^:!^..;}^.^..^.^  I     The Steele House  Fort Steele, B. C.  ���%%#>&#���# ##*��*  #  8s  IK  *��  *  *  %  ss  Centra.]ly Situated  on  Riverside .Avenue.  Conducted on Up.���To--Date Methods.  -Tlie Best Bar-In Town. ' ���'   .-    ;  D. Mcltfcish  ' '       PROPRIETOR.''     ���    ���  and  WEST  DINING CARS  FIRST  CLASS  SLEEPERS  TOURIST CARS  i '     f  Through  Tickets  TO   AND  FliOM  England, The Continent, Australia  China and Japan.      ' ^  LOW RATES  QUICK TIME  L<\>r t.imc-tiil)li.-s, l-uteiN und full information cull on oi- udrirrsx nearest locul  nuont  Partially Developed,  And Undeveloped Copper  And Silver-Lead Properties  Are Offered For Sale On  Liberal Working Bonds.  REPORTS,    AND   INFORMATION;  WRITE TO     \  CHARLES   ESTMERE.  Kimberley,   B.C. *  ^liiiauiiiuiuiiuiAuiiuuuuuiiiiauiiiiuiiauiiUiiiiuiiiiaiiiiMauiiUiiauiiiiiuiii?  FOR  <:.,K. MANSFIELD.  J. S. CARTER,    ,  Dis. Pass. Agt.  Nelson.  A ut.  it "  Fort Steele.  ���B. J. COYLE,  A. G. P. A.  Vancouver  The PROSPECTORS5 EXCHANGE |  '     NO.   4   K.-W..-C.   BLOCK,   NELSON,   B. C- K  (iold. .Si Ivor-Lead  and ('opjioi- .Mines wanted al the   KXClfAXGE. ' f)  FfW.F.   .\jn,UNT(!   GOJPD   j>i-<i]iei-tio*  wanted   at. once for lOaMei-n   Z  investors. , m  < J'artie.-  having  iiiininjf  jirojmrt.y  foi-  -.ale are.  recjnc-ted  lo  .-.end   ft  samples of tlicir ore l(| the KXCHf A Nd'K fin- exhiliition.  We desire to lioai-from  |>ros])ectoi-.-.  wlio  liave  promi.-in^-  mineral  claims in British C'olumliia.  Prospector* * and   ininitij.'-, men   are  re<|ue��t<-d   to   mulce   tlie   KX-  (IrTANGIC tlieir lieadqnarlei-'; wlien in Ne.'.son.  All samples should lie .sent liy e.vpre.s.s. PUKl'AU).  C'orres])oiidenee solicited.    Address all communications to  #��^��5&-&**&-��&��:-S':&S<��$-&&��*&��^^  GEARY  & DOYLE.  Liveru, Feed & Sale Stable.  ���-     -    Fort, Steele RC  "'    "     ."  ��� flog-nlar. Daily  Stiifje nieet^ . ill]  1 trains at Fort'SI cole .1 uin.st.itwi.  '  '  SADDLE-&. l'ACK HOUSES:  '  IKAMIVG Ol" ALL kTn US A SPIiCIA LTV  Agents  Wanted  $60,000 Unclaimed.    c-'  Francis Buttrick was the originator of  the  idea ' of .giving  i��''  away " wealth   iu   the    form   of  libraries   long    before   Andrew  Carnegie began  to add  to   his  fame in the same way.    Buttrick"  gave  to   the-city   of Waltham,  Mass!   a -free   gift  of   $60,000,  which  went   into effect'on   his  death, October Sth,   1894.     The  gift has never been  claimed,   on  account of a general kick among  llie    citizens'" of   the   pCity   of  Watches'' as to where the library  building should bo'crccted.      As  Buttrick lived on tlie north   side'  ot Charles River, the  people of  that .side have a claim that  cannot be ignored.    The good ; poo  pic  of   Waltham , wore   highly  pleased  with   Ihe gil'l,   but the  city   is   divided   against   itself.  The Carnegie gif'ls have revived  interest   in   tlie   matter,  and tho  controversy sol tied, the selection  ol'  it  central    site,   for   a   high  school,     training     school    and  library buildings, to be arranged  as'au attractive group  of  build-  Complete Life  of Queen Victoria  liNST BOOK  BKST TKKMSP  Outfit Mailed .on Uocoiptof l.'i cents.  Address - -       .  S. G. M11PLKR"& CO.,' ,..      '  Portland. Ore.. U.S.A.  MrN"KltAL ACT. ISilll.  (FOH.M   P.)  OBHTII-IOATK Ol' IMI'HOVKMHN 1-s.  .NOTICE.  ONTARIO MINERAL CLAIM.  I  Siliiaic in the KoilHlculr AliniiiK  Division  of Soutii Hns.1 Koou-nn.v. , ,' '  wiu:re loe.itod: On M.u'k Creek, about  ihi'cc niilos fiom ICimbcrley.  Tiilso Htilicc Unit J. N-eil McLcod Cun-un of  Kuiiborle.v ns Ajjuni for 13. I). .Muiin. .Free  Miner's Cerullciite No. A.Stuti. inteiKl liO^tlays  from llie rtnio lioreof, to apply to tlic Miniiifr  Iicc'oi-dcr for a Ccrilllculc of lini>i-o\-uinents for  the purpose of oDLaimn^ a Cown Grant of the  alioye elaiui.''  And furtliei- take notice tliat action under  sectioii nr. niu.st/ be commuueed before the .issuance of such Cei tilicale^of Improvements.  Dined this lltli diiy of March.'1001. .    -  i -M-' r NJSIL iMcLlCOD CUHKA^.  'The  Milwaukee'  "��� A familiar name for tlie .Chicago,  Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, known  all over the Union as the Great Huil-  w'ay running' the ���'Pioneer Limited."  trains.every day and ni��ht between St.  Paul and Oliieayo. and Onyiha and  Chicago, "The only perfeet trains in  the world.V. Understand: Connections'  are made with All Transcontinental  Lines", assuring to passengers tho best  service known. Luxurious, coaches,  electric lights, steam lieat. of a. verity  equaled byno other line.  <. See that your ticket reads via "The  Milwaukee'" when "���oingxio-nny^point  in the United States or Canada. All  tieket.agents sell them. '  -  For rates, pamphlets or other information, addressj       .,       ,  J. <\V. Casey. C. .1. Eddy;  '.Trim Pass. A^t..' General Atreiit.  1   SEATTLE, WASH.    PORTLAND, OU  ,-?'-f.n-sts/  j "s-srr.-uj'.cstiaatttsie 3���  [ri.'-;(~-3 Xviii  relieve!  i m'n qwicier tlian ;<vr- \  ''-���' -    Put ��p oalyin !  VSiffi. ilPf i 25=. eis bc::es and $1.00  -i :^ 2 ^ff���... ���... /,  .i *-^ -  Ifansily I  Isave   or. �� \  \>*DXl'\     cvory  j " j n.v/!3 a LAWIIEHGE CO.,  j jj    '     uunia,. lA-y.irK.v.  ' i       S.",v.uecf Imitations   .  Kali spell. Mont., April 10.���  The examination of the route between Kalispell and Tobacco  Plains has been completed, and  it is found to be a most excellent  route, with easy grade and no  difficult or expensive work. It  k considered much better than  the Jennings route.  Attention Hunters and Prospectors.  Indian Agent Galbraith is willing to  pay   the   sum   of   $000.  per  pair,   for  Mountain Sheep and Goal, or cither.  Guaranteed $900  Salary   v-">  Alon and women ol yood address*represent us. sonic to travel appointing  agents, others lor local worU looking  alter,our interests. WOO salary guaranteed yearly: extra commissions and  expenses, "rapid advancement, old established house. Grand, chance for  earnest man or women to secure pleasant, permanent pjsition. liberal income  and liilurc. New. brilliant line- Write  at once.  STAFFS. L>   . :.; S-'i.  2'.l Church St.. New  Haven. Conn.  MINERAL ACT   ISW.  (rou.M r.)  eiaiTirioATi; ok imchovi-.mk.nts.  NOTICE.  CANTON  MINERAL CLAIM.  Si unite in the Koi-t Steele Minim; Division  of Sou Hi Kast ICootenny.  Where located: On Huckleberry Hill,  about four miles from Kimberley, B. C.  ��� Take notice that I. Neil MeLeod Curran.  as Af;('iit for J'. C. Andrews. Free Miner's Cer-  liliciitc H.-ISIlT, intend sixty days from llie date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a  Cei tilleiiio of improvements, for the purpose of  iibtiuniii!; a Crow n (Irani of the above claim.  "And fin Iher lake notice thai notion, under  section li", must ho commenced before the issuance ol such Cei lilicatc of Improvements.  ' Untod this Ititli'dny of .March, lflOl.  Ui- SKIIj Mi'LKOD CUKHAX.  NOTICE.  TAKIi NtJTIu:; t...i 1 the p.Lilileiship heretofore existing beineun the muli-isiKiied under  the name stvle .ind Hi in of llie Kurt Steele  IJrewiiif,'Conip.iii.v" has this duj lieen dissolved  by mutual consent. Albeit Mm/ and lieoiKc  11. Scott will conliiHie tin- business under the  same firm name. Tho s.nd Scott .mil Muu "ill  assume nil the liabilities of the p.ii'tnciship,  and all debts due the p.u luciship must, be p.nd  to tuein.  Dated at l-'ort .Steele this 'Xli (lav ol March  mot.  AL11KHT  MUTZ.  (illOKCll'l 11   SL'OTT.  ,    LOUISK SICIi.  BRANDON MINERAL CLAIM.    -  Jsiluato iiijjtlie l^niI Steele Mining Division  ol South Kast Kootenay.  Wheie located: On ITucklelicirv Hill,  about four miles from Kimberley. li. C.  Take notice that I. .Veil MeLeod Curran.  as Afrent for T. Mnyno Daily. Kice iMiniir'sCer-  filleate NTo H ni.riri. intend sixtv days from the  date heieol. to apply to the MlniiiK Kecorder  for .I'lJertilie.tte ol Impiovenients. lor the pur-  pnM>,ol obiiiiniiii; 11 Ciouii (iiiint of the ,ibo\i'  clam'i.  And fin llier lake nonce Ihai .iction. under  section 117, must be commenced 'before the is-  suaiH'oof such ci'ilillcaie of impiovements  Dated this lllth day ol March. 1001.  IJ. NIOIL Mcl.KOD CUHKAN. A(!i'iit.  The Most Complete Health Ucsort on  the Continent, of North America.   '  Situated midst Scenery uiiri vailed for Grandeur  Halcyon, Hot    Springs  Hoatiiif.' llshin^'Qoni-f aniiim Kesideut ]]hy-  .t Mxoiirsions OUIII Idl IUIII s|ci,ul & Nm-se  rralcyon Spring-s. Arrow Lake. 15. ("!.  In telegraphic eommuuiciition  with all parts of the world.  Two mails nrrire and depart every day.  Terms, $15  to $18  per week, accordini.'  to residence in Hotel or Villus.  i   *  Its Uaths Cure all Nervous and Muscular,  Diseases. Its Waters Heal all Kidney. Liver  und Stomach Ailments'.  East Kootena}'  Bottling Co.  K  ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER,  Telephone >'o.  KM,     P. O. Ilox 700. ' XllLSO.V, H. C,  Z  KIMPTON   &   PITTS  WINDERMERE It DONALD  General Merchants  1 u ,l  - "Minina SUDDH6S a Soeciaituc  Minors going'northward'via Canoe River Route will find it a large  saving and convenience to procure their'supplies at Donald.   '  / ' .     "SOLE AGENTS for ���'  Canton Steel vCompany  Windermere, Golden and Donalct  . Mining Divisions.  Agents  at Windermere for the California Giant Powder Co.  | N.HANSON,!  CROMARTY    MINERAL   CLAIM.  Situate in the l'"ort Slei'le .Mininir Division  of Sdnth ICast Kootenay.  Where located: On Huckleberry Hill,  alioiil loin i.ules liom Kinibci'lev. J I. C  T.lKu nuliLe llial 1. Neil MeLeod Cnrian as  Akoih, for 17. S White. Fiee Miner's Cerli'icnte  No H..1I ,">7I. intend st.MV d.ivs from the date  lu-reol. to ,ippl\ lo Ihe .Milium Uecorder for a  Ceililic.ite of linpiovenients. fur the purpose  of olitaiimiK a CJiown Cunt of the aliove elaiiii.  And tin thei tiiUe notice that action, under  section :ir. must he commenced before the issuance of such oeililicato of improvements.  Dated llns lllth day of Alarch  KMH.       '  1^- Ni:il, MeLI'lOD CITHWAX. Aei'in.  flerated waters  Of all kinds.  Syrups, Champagnesr Ciders,(  Ginger Ales, Etc.  Soda, water  in   siphons,  economical wav to handle U.  The most,  fifJake your, living in your own homo  easily���at your leisure! We have a  new and profitable plan. Write us.  tiernl your address on post card and we will auml you partlcu*  Ian.   Pkoplk's Svndicaii;, Uoj.t. c, 130 YongoSt., Toronto.  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  FULL   HOUSE    MINERAL   CLAIM.  Situate in the 1'Vut Steele Minim.'   Division  ot Smith li.isl l\ooten.iy.        '  When; located On Huckleberry Hill  .ibout loin miles from Kimberley. 15. O  Tube notice lli.it J. Neil MeLeod C'unaii, as  Afiuil lor A. Maude Williams l-'iue Miner's  Cert 1 licit ("No. 11 :!t..~>7l. intend si\l,v days from  the date-lulreof. to apjily lo the Miniun Kecorder: rm- ii (.'ertillcal.e of Improvements for the  jnirpose iif obtainitij; a Crown ft runt, of the  above claim.  And.further Hike notice that action,  under  section :ir. must be commenced before the issuance of such eerLillcate of Improvements.  ..  Dated this lllth day of March, 1M1.  12- "������������'  NIOIL MeLEOD CURRAN. Agent.  ANDREW   NEIDIG  GONTRftGTOR     and    BUILDER  HOUSE AND SKIN 1'AINTrNG  CAL01MlNtNTG and I'.VPKH HANC1INO  FORT STEELE. B. C.  33?"   All   woi'k promptly done.  General Merchant  L-ricfMor Dealer.  AND  Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber,       A large assort-  c  ment of seasoned Lumber and Shingles always  on hand.  DIMENSION  LUMBER  SPECIALTY. =5  WflSfl,  BG.  ?jiiamiiuiiiiiiUiiiiiiiiuiamiViiiiiiauiiiiuiiuiuuuiiuiuuK  The  Waldorf  FERNIE, B. G.     OLD TOWN'  HIGHWARDEN & SON.  PIONEER  BARBER SHOP  Everything Strictly "Fii'sfc Class.  Next door to the Prospector.  SPLENDID ACCOMMODATIONS  Sample Rooms for Commercial Men  No Traveller Skould Pass the Door.  The trail runs within ten feel of the house. Good  Barn and plenty of hay and grain. If you patronize the  Waldorf vou will inever roerrel it.  H.   A.   KANOUSP,    -       -    Proprietor.  ft.  , i  -  t>  f  i \  ^'5  THE PROSPECTOR,  FORT STEELE,  B. C, APRIL 13,  1001.  !  ".  - i  r  . i  I "������'���  c  i  ft  North Star Lodge  NO. 30.  Xi f\ AND X. M.       G. R. B. C.  ���FORT STKET.E. B. C-  1 Regular meetings���1st Tuesday iu each  looaUi at eight o'cloclc. Visiting Brethern are  cordially invited. t  , '  A. C. Nelson, Secretary.  Rocky Mountain Chapter  NO. 125. K. A. M.  FORT STEELE. H. C.  Regular meetings���2nd Tuesday in  e-ach mouth at eight o'clock.  Visiting    Brethern   are   cordially  invited.  R. L. T. OaLHRaith Scribe K.  Professional.  ��tj�� $}V0#p2Ck0V.  SATURDAY, AlJRIL 13.  1901.  ���nnmTnTmnfrmYmmmTTmmTTTTTmTTv  I  LOCAL NEWS. 1  ���:-uiiiuiuiiuiiuiuuuiiiauuuiiuuiiuu-:-  , C.     Hungerford    Pollen,    on  Tuesday visited the Estella mine  C. M. Keep  returned''to Fort  Steele on Tuesday.   '  John' Pollock   has   been   an  pointed United Slates consul  at  Fernie.  Dr. Hugh Watt left on Thursday afternoon for Ottawa. He  will represent the Fort Steele  Board of Trade. ���  The Kootenay business   men's  mini tig   delegation     arrived   at  Ottawa on Friday.  The .laps Did it..- Tlio.y supplied Us  with the menthol contained in that  wonderful D. \- J.. Menthol Philter,  which relieves instantly backache,  headache, neuralgia, rheumatism and  .sciatica. Mamtfuelnred by tlie Davis  & Lawrence Co., Ltd.  Government Agent Armstrong  was'at Fernie on Monday.  Oeo. S. McCarter. , J. A. Harve>  HARVEY & McCARTER.  Btiriisten,  Solicitor*.  , Notaries Publv,  Conveyance��� ek0       ������  FOIIT  STEELIC, B. C. t  KEVEr-STOKE STATION and GOLDEN  COLLECTIONS'     PROMPTLY     MADE,  OT. R. ROSS  Barrister      ���-      -���     Solicitor  NOTARV   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER.   .  Fr/rt  Steele,   II. "C  T.    BDB  LANDS and MINES  NOTARY PUBLIC 0  eOLLECTI0NSgive.il PROMPT ATTENTION  Fort Steele, B. C.  Fort Steele Flour and Feed  Store can supply bran, shorts,  oats and all kinds' of Hour and  meal, hay baled or loose.        *  This week has brought out  welcome indications of increased  prosperity for Fort Steele.  The-.' most important subject  before the people1 of South'East  Kootenay is thai of railway con-  ���struction.  R. "Wilson and Wtn. Uobshaw  of Fernie, were registered ut the  Imperial on Wednesday. <:  FARM  FOR  SA'LE  Consisting of 283 acres ofbottom land  nine miles north west of Fort Steele on  the Kootenay J liver. Title perfect.  Fenced, dwelling liou.se, stable, cuttle  nheds, root house, etc. For imrtienlai's  app.y to F. A. 1JAL10, P. O. Box No.  Sl(��, Fort Steele,'11. C.    '     ,  Mr. ' Caldwell returned on  Wednesday from tho Old Abe  mine.  .1. R. Jennings and .1. De  Noniie, Spokane, were registered  at the Windsor on Wednesday.  By unity the citizens of Fort  Steele will make a large and  prosperous town.  E. C. Smith". M. P. P. returned to Fort Steele on Saturday  last.  Fo��t Stum Development SrviiicATi: Lti>  lie Le��denball Street, London. Knfcland.  N.^. WALLINGER, FORT STEELE.  POST OPFICK HOX ��.  Ranchers should be securing  their, seeds. ���The Fort Steele  Flour & Feed Store have a limited quantity left after delivery of  orders, of seed oats, wheat and  peas, timothy, red clover and  red top. ��� ���   *  R. D. Mather left on Thursday  for his ranch.  James Armstrong, Chicago,  Lll., was . registered at. it he Imperial on 'Thursday.  Mons Hanson of Moyie was in  town on Wednesday.  Beautiful spring weather   pro-  -.       ru   < , ' l  vails  n-  Harbingers of spring, blue  birds and robins,- have arrived  at Fort Steele."  Dr. Watt, on Saturday last,  returned from a verycpleasant  visit to Victoria. ' ���������  ���  Everyone-will agree that the  census enumerators are ea'ruing  their salary.       <    ~  M. Philltpps and R. F." Elton,  have been appointed quarantine  officers at Tobacco Plains.  c-'- ___���      '  As long as the quarantine'is in  effect at Tobacco Plains, no Indians from the south<,wi 11 be allowed to enter British Columbia  at that point..  Joe Taejihauser returned from  the St. Mary's country'.on Monday last.  CLEAN-SEED OATS  Vick's Improved American Banner  Kxtrii heavy yieldm,'.; ��  ��� AT   $1.50   PER   100   POUNDS  1-'. O. ii. CAltS COWUiY. AU1NRTA  ��C. ELTON,,Livingstone, P.O.  Fort   Steele  BAKERY,  11. A 1.1 K , Proprietor,  KIVKKSinK   AVKNUK  Opposite    Foil   OUli-e.   '  GflNN fr GO.  General     Merchants  Pout'Stkki.k,' ii. C.  i i  I^KIMT ,       ���   .     '   ,  cjonkkctionkuy  .Station kky  _ ClOAKS.  ��� Post Office  Stoick.  HENRY KERSHAW.  General     Merc ha n t  Fort Steele, B. G��  The Ladies of Fort Steele and District arts  Kindly Requested to Note That Mrs. II, K.,  Ts  Now  Offering   Her'New  Spring  and  Summer Millinery Goods, Blouses, Waists,  Wrappers, Dress Skirts, Under Skirls,  Underwear, Kte, Rio.  For Fishing Tackle, and Stationery  Try KERSHAW'S.  Douglas  Corsetn  o  G?  [CM-MIX)  '' jOFFICE -Riverside Avenue.  ". Next Door to Jileasdelf's Druq Store.  o- i "  ��� ���  '   i' ��� \ ��� ������    ���  ���    .  THOMAS    McVITTIB '  P.U.S.  ��'C,B.  Fort Steele-B.C.  8RASSICK   &   DEMPSEY.  CONTRACTORS  AND  BUILDBRS.  Fort   Steele   B.C  The ,best work the people of  Fort Steele can do this spring, to  make the town prosperous is to  keep on hustling until the Kootenay , Central railway is constructed.  The Pkospectou depends for  its circulation on readers.'  The F>; A: L.' Emulsion benefits" "most  those h;ivin<v L,un<>" troubles with tendency to hemorrhages. A few bottles  tit ken rcyuliirly make a wonderful improvement,. Made- by DsivU & Lawrence Co.. Liin. i  Sharing W. Hair Dressing Parloi  Next io Oriental Hotel  FORT   STEELE, B. C.  o  All kinds of hair work  a specialty.  A.J GREZ,   -  Proprietor  L.  COHIN  TAILOR  AND IMPORTER OF  FINE WOOLLENS  Rocky Mountain Avenue  Fort Steele, B. G.  i When a man buys a paper to  read, he is pretty sure to read  the advertisements as well as  news." That is why advertisers  in The Prospector get results.  Now- is'- the' time to pay your  subscription, and The "Prospector manc,will be t pleased "to  give, you a receipt for tho'same'.'  Constable Barnes  returned   to  Steele on Thursday. "'    -  ' Government Agent Armstrong  returned from' .Kimberley on  Thursday. ,__  "W. L. Reid of Moyie was a  visitor at Fort Steele on Saturday last.  The [football game at Cranbrook 'on Good Friday was a  "Hot un".  ' .1. R. Redpath and L. H. TIo-  gan of Pincher Creek were registered at the.Imperial on Thursday.  .1. A. Leonard of Vancouver  was at the Imperial on Thursday.  C.   H.   Pollen   returned   from  the Estella mine on Thursday.  C. M.���Edwards census enumerator has been quarantined.  T. 6. Armstrong  Fort Steele. B. 0.  MANUFACTURER   OF  Tinware, Galvanized Iron. Sheet  Iron.   Stove   Pipes  a��nd  Copperware  RUILDINCS HEATED arid VENTILATED  Plumbing, Pipe/titting  and   all  kinds of'sanitary��� work  Air TlQht���Hot Blast Stoves  Hydraulic'  and   Air   Pipes   for  Mines  P  SPECIAL ATTENTION   PAID   TO  JOB WORK.  .1. F. Armstrong, government  asrent. was at Kiinberlev on  Thursday.  About iOn Indians   have   been  vaccinated.  The fishing season has opened  ii]). several good catches are reported during the past week.  E. C. Smith, M. P. P.. on Friday left for Victoria.  Live <In Retirement. .<��� '  London. April 13.���The Queen  virtually wants to abdicate her  social functions and live 'in almost^ complete retirement -as  when she was the Princess of  Wales. She is extremely  tenacious in'hor opinions, and it  can be easily understood how the  King has forfeited the influence  over her by which ho might  otherwise mould'her to his'will.  He has implored the Dowager  Empress of Russia, now in Copenhagen, topersua.de the Queen  to accept boldly the responsibilities of her. new position, and  hopes much from her sister's intervention. 0  The Princess Victoria is proving as intactablc as her mother.  She has gone on a private, visit-  to Devonshire to her old governess for a month instead of accompanying the King to Windsor.  -  Editor McLag-in Is Dead. ,  Vancouver.   April   10.���J.    C.  McLagin editor and   proprietor  of the World died this evening.  ,��� Election of Officer*. "  At the annual vestry meeting  of .the .Parish of St. John the  Divine, held at Fort Steele on  the evening of Monday the-8th  of April 1901.  Mr. R. L. T. Galbraith acted  as chairman, and the .following  officers were elecied foi- the" ensuing-year: Tho'nias T. McVittie  as vicar's churchwarden, E. C.  Miller as peoples churchwarden,  E.,A. .Elton and A. C. .Nelson as  sidesmen^ Other business was  transacted and a vote11 of thanks  to Mrs. Miller as'organist and to  the choir in general.  GEYLON  AND  INDIA  TEA.  GREEN   OR   BLACK.  i it  Trade is confederating the Empire.  Britain is Canada's best customer.  Britain cannot buy if she does not sell.  -' i ���        f  Use' TEA   Grown  in a British Colony by British capital.  "Salada?'  Ceylon   Teas are sold in sealed  lead packets only never in bulk,  Tilack,    Mixed < or    CJncolored  Ceylon'Green. Sample on application.  Atldross-'S'.M.AnA', Toronto  Appointment.  Dr. Hugh Watt, has been tip-  pointed by the Dominion Government, as quarantine, officer  for South East Kootenay, along  the International-.boundary.  i    Fort Steele Cigar Store    1  Only $500 For De Wet.  Liverpool. April 151.���A merchant has promised to pay a reward of CI00 to the officer commanding the company which  shall capture Gen. De Wet.  Personal.  Mr.   John  Love of Winnipeg  spent   his   Easter   holidays   in  town and  was  the guest of Mr.  Henry   Kershaw.    ' During   his  stay he and Mr.  Kershaw  spent  a day among the placer and  hydraulic workings oh Wild  Horse  creek: they were entertained by  Mr.   D.    Griffith, , who    piloted  them   through   the   rough   and  smooth       places,     "principally  rough''.    They went a considerable distance beyond the present  workings and had some difficulty  in    getting   through,   but   Mr.  Griffith,   with  his seventy ��� odd  years proved himself more   than  a  thatch   for the visitors,   who  are both under seventy.  j~| ��� Billiard and Pool Parlor and Reading   ���  Srp.     ,       "   Room.in Connection. -   ' " ��� ' zzl  Sr C. P. R. Ticket and '-Telegraph Office, and Canada,,      3  g~|, - '���  Western Telephone Office in Store. '' ^  I     Mansfield & Cotterell,      %  Sr Proprietors. r~s  4IS-  CARLIN   <fc DURICK  MERCHANTS   GEN ERA J.  James Liddicoalt has been appointed constable at Fort Steele.  Dave Griffith came down  from  Wild Horse creek on Thursday.  Arthur and Tom Penwielc  came .up from (lie ranch on  Thursday. "  Mr. and -Mrs., lhi.rgrav'es of  Wolf creek were in town on  Tuesday. ' ...  ; "' ".    . j '  ���There was a largo attendance  at St. John's church (In.Busier  morning. A seasonable appearance was given by a. display of  flowers.  Tlie   St.   Eugene    mine    has  closed clown.  ���X>R:  CREAM  mim  Andy   Baxter. came   up   from  the ranch on Wednesday!  St. John's Church of England.  Services will be held in the  Church of St. John the Divine  every Sunday evening at 7:5-50.  Strangers are welcome.  ,   PKKSBYTEUIAN  CHURCH.  Christian service will be conducted in the Presbyterian  Church by the Pastor Rev. D.  McK". Reid, B. A. every Sabbath  evening at 7:30. Sunday School  at 2 p.m.  All are. welcome lo our scr\ ices.  Fort  Steele,  ���     ' "        d "Fort 'Steele,  B. 'G.    '     .           ' '      ''rg  '  WHOLESALE���& RETAIL DEALERS'"      ��� '.   "   =3  In Cigars, Cigarettes,' Pipes and Tobacco.,   .    - 2s,  Finest'���-Variety of Pipes and Smokers Outfit'' ^S P  ,    .   .In,the District, Including Meerschaum, l'{. ii: "R.', i~3' '���  Alpha, and Other Brands.     .'         '" ^S,'  Imported and Domestic Cigars at Lowest Prices.  3"    .  vi  Eest   ��� ;  Kootenay. , -  Sole Agents .for the  canton steel  COMPANY  This. Stkel is guaranteed to be. equal to .lesaop's  or   Firths in all  Hard Rock Work.  Solk Agents  Sole   Agents  Crow's Nest coal company  Giant Powder company.  Highest Honors, World's Fair  Gold  Medal, Midwinter Fair  Avoid Baking Powders   containing  Kluiu.   They one Injurluui to lirultU  Hundred Autos In Line.  Philadelphia, April   1:!   -Over  a hundred machines participated  in this afternoon's.spring run of  the ;'Pennsylvania    Automobile  Club of Philadelphia.  Aguinaldo has signed Ihe  peace manifesto;-  To save his o\\  Tung Fuh-Sian  support from the; Kmporor.  It is estimated that at least  25,0 i0. Filipino's have been  killed since the war began.  To save his own head, General  Tung Fuh-Sian     withdrew     his  Mining Supplies a Specialty.  Agents for the   MASSEY    HARRIS    CO.,  Limited.  Farming   Implements.  Monte Carlo  Restaurant  WM. ROBINSON,  Proprietor.  Cleanliness    arid    Plenty  our p  Watchword.  A  Carload of Corn   Beef and  Cabbage Served Every Day.  TltK MOST    ITr-TO-DATI'l      I'LACk; IN  TOILT   STEEL ii.   ;  ."������ \  '.---."^PSt���

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