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The Prospector 1904-08-13

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 LiL-yiry;yf.L��y. As'*  l/oi. ZO.  FORT STBBUB, B. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST- IS, 1904.  No 88.  SOUTHEAST KOOTENAY  Mineral   Production in Past   Six  Months Show a Large Increase Over 1903.  '    t "~~-  The approximate mineral -pro  diiotion of Southeast. Kootenay  lor the first, six. months of the  piesont year show a most encouraging increase in production  and values over the year J008.  The North' Star mine, during  Who past few mouth's has shipped  son tons, of si Ivor-lead ore, this  completes the contract, of 150(1  tons made with West Kootenay  smelters during ' the past six  months. , It is'reported that a  new contract of 1000 Ions is now  about, to be'made.   ,  The, St.   Eugene mine, which  has  been  idle  for some time, i.s i  now employing ,300 men,  and   is  gold  gold, silver and lead-were made  from the Canadian Smelting  Works hen? for the week ending  today: ,  Three hundred ounces1 of pure  were forwarded to the  United States office or mint at  Seattle, valued at $5000.  There were shipped to Hongkong. China, 45,000 ounces of  pure silver, valued at ��26,000.  The refined lead shipments  amounted to 88,090 pounds.  In addition to the large .shipments of refined lead, a considerable amount was used at the plant  here in the manufacture1 of lead  pipe, which plant is now running  KOOTENAY  CENTRAL   SURVEY  Southeast   Kootenay   will   Soon  Have a North- and South  Railway.  daily. ���Trail Creek Newsi  n     )' o  KOOTENAY CENTRAL RAILWAY  Two Survey Parties, in the,. Field.  Just after   the   last- ��� issue of  [Post Office  a  turning out a'(58  per cent lead ..  .    .       .   *un   ,.��\c r.i  inn The Outcrop had been put'in the  concentrate  at  the  rate ot  1U(> s         ,_        * .  *  tons per day.'  Since     January     1st. "   1904,  Southeast   Kootenay   has   pro j  dured 10,000 tons of ore carrying j  the following values:  Gold, 50 ounces; silver, L50.000  ounces: copper, 3,000 lbs; Lead,-  '4,000,000 lbs.  / At Marysville the Sullivan  Oroup Mining Company is building' a smelter which will be  ready for operation some time  this fall. Upon the completion  'of the smelter, the Sullivan mine  will commence active operations,  and the production is estimated  at from L00 to,200 tons daily.  - In Southeast Kootenay the  production, would have been  much'greater9 had rthe-Sullivan-  group been in.:operation. On  ,the east side-\of the. Kootenay  river, in lhe- main range of the  Rockies, are a number of properties, having a considerable  amount of ore :on the dump,  which will- become producers  upon the completion ,' of , the  Kootenay Central Railway.  ; It will be seen from the above  that there is a steady increase iu  mineral production, and it is  generally admitted that mining  matters in this district are on a  most favorable basis.  At the Butts.  The Fort Steele Rifle Association held this their first regular  weekly shoot ou Saturday last.  The following is the score:  '.    200 CiOO   4(H)   Total  Siaiiiiet  Groz  Nfiili"  Clark  foil wick  fraser  Wirtli  < J miry  Smitl)  Iii si op  Total!-  The  nexl   re  take place on, August 13th..  11  13  11  ���35  s  4  0 .  12  18  8  8  34  r>  k  i)  22  11  1-1  12  37  (i  0  4  10  1-1  -1  7  25  12  10  14  3(5  r,  7  S  21  11  li  u  28  K2  74  SI  200  ula  r   S  loot  will  Mining Records.  At, the'mining recorders office  at Port Steele last week the fol-  lowhig certificates of work were  recorded :.��� ,.  y  Tamarac,     situated     on:  St.  Mary's river, recorded'by L. L.  Workman,. ,  KenalwQi'th, situate on Sheep  creekvl recorded by J. Humphreys. A   '.. '  Alps, Perry [creek, recorded  by HankCEller.  Watson, situate on Wild Horse  creek, recorded by Wm. Myers.  Present and Viking, situate on  Tracy creek, recorded by Prank  Williams.  Valuable Shipments,  The  following   shipments   of  was received announcing that 18 surveyors under W. Irving had  (arrived in Golden and were there  to start the survey of the proposed Kootenay Central Railway  from that point through this  valley until they meet with the  survey party that started out  from the Crow's Nest Pass Railway. 'This good news spread  j very rapidly and has beeh the  one absorbing subject for conversation during the week.' On  the arrival of the steamer Ptarmigan the report was confirmed.'  This accounts for a lot of work  the C.P.R. has done at Golden  this year, which has puzzled the  people of-'that town ��� for some  time as the numerous. new  switches and other work Awas  much more than' the business  thero .warranted. , The Golden  Star says:  "The party got started' on  Wednesday afternoon froth a  point near the C.P.R. depot and  continued their, line across^th'e  Kicking Horse and will follow  close to the Government wagon  road until Canyon creek, is  reached, where' it is expected  they will cross to the west side  of the Columbia river and continue from there on to Windermere' lake, where the party from  the other end will be met, and  two lines run from there to the  southern terminus, one on either  side of the Kootenay river. It  is ' also given out on go'od  authority that the work will be  begun immediately on the completion of the location.    ,t  From the Statutes it is learned  i  that in order to keep tho charter  for this road alive it is necessary  that ��10,000 be spent in surveys  or construction before the 1st of  October of this year, thus there  can be no doubt as to the survey  being completed, and from what  little can be learned it would  seem that the chances of construction following immediately  are most favorable, inasmuch as  this route will be used as the  main line of the C.P.R. from  ocean to ocean as it will save  time and heavy grades compared  with the present route traversed  Without again rehearsing, the  resources of the country this  road will pass through/its great-  advantage can easily be judged,  and from now on we may rest  assured that capital, and men  will seek to get in on the.ground-  iloor of the rich districts Of  North and Southeast Kootenay.  ���Outcrop, Wilmer.  Race for Lipton's Cup.  The surveying party, under  Engineer T. S. Armstrong, who  have been running a line from  the Junction to St. Mary's river,  passed through Steele Monday  on their way to Bull river, where  they will run a line from Jaffray  on the Crow's Nest line to Fort  Steele.  ' In connection with the reports  published concerning the'possi-  bility of immediate construction,  the indications seem., fib be that  there is considerable significance  attached to the "hurry-up" work  of surveying.  There are two surveying  parties in the field, each party  composed of 18 men. They de-  dine to say anything of their  work, but every indication points  to the fact that the survey is:be-  ing made for the Kootenay'Ceri;'  tra-1 Railway, and that they mean  business. r  The Kootenay .and Columbia  valleys through which the surveys are being made are feasible  for a railway grade, and is said  to ' be the ,easiest in the mountains of British Columbia.  The country through which  the Kootenay Central will-run  has vast mineral resources^ immense areas of fine' tfmber, and  a vast amount of agricultural  and grazing, lands.  <������ '  additional reconnaissance sur  veys in that, region.  ' Evidence is not Jacking of thi-  fact that'-,there is opening for the  Fort Steele mining district an  era of practical and large development. ���  "While there has been no blowing of trumpets, mine owners in  the vicinity of Fort Steele are  quietly preparing to put their  properties on a ��� shipping basis  in,anticipation of the immediate  construction   "of   the   Kootenay  OP HORTICULTURAL     ��  IMPORTANCE  Deputy   Minister' of Agriculture  Visits Fort Steele.  Central'Railway.       u  Wild-'Horse Creek���This old  camp is gradually and day by  day growing better and ,,moro  prosperous, and also its permanency being established. 'Undoubtedly its placer properties  will be'among the,, longest-lived  in the whole of British Columbia.  BULL RIVER ITEMS.  Chicago,  Aug.  ���12-.���Yachts'  have gathered take part  in the Lipton Cup races, the first  of which will be sailed tomorrow  over the triangle course of the  Columbia Yacht Ulub.  Mining Notes.  'YA? > '     ~~     -'-' . -'  The Imperial Coal & Coke Co.,  of Montreal, has purchased the  property,of the Alberta Coal &  Coke Co., paying for the same  350,000 shares of stock, and all  the dues of the Alberta Co. to  the government, and all the miscellaneous debts of that company.  James Cronin, manager of the  St. Eugene mine, says that the  production of that mine.alone is  at the rate of 20,000 tons of pig  lead per annum.  A Spokane syndicate has been  organized to operate coal lands  in the Flathead valley. -The  syndicate will incorporate in  British Columbia under the title  of the Kootenay Coal Company.  The Flathead Coal and Oil  Company is another recently organized company,0 composed of  Nelson capitalists, who control  about 250 locations in the Flathead country.  Mining of gravel by the steam  dredge has become an important  industry on Perry creek.  We think of the Rocky, Mountains, in the vicinity of Fort  Steele, as being seamed with  precious metals.  The Crow's Nest Pass coalfields in Southeast Kootenay are  in competition, so far as freight  rates will allow, with coal from  Montana, Idaho and Washington  mines.  The/great, resources of Southeast'Kootenay are again attract  ing the attention of capital, and  the outlook for  miniug, lumber^  ing and agricultural  enterprises  look brighter.,  Southeast Kootenay is the  coming mining district of British  Columbia.  The question of transportation  for the whole of East Kootenay  will be settled by the construction of the Kootenay Central  Railway.  The development of the oil  fields of the Flathead valley and  the presence thereof important  deposits of coal   make  advisable  A Weekly Budget of News From  the New Placer Camp.'    ;  who  was  was'  ��� Mr. iYlartin of Wardner,  was working on the grade,  taken' suddenly sick', and  taken homo Monday.  The Kootenay Central surveyors, consisting of a party of 16.  men; have camped on Smith's  ranch just one-half mile south of  camp. 'They will .first work  south towards Jaffray,' after  which they will work between  here and Steele.  ��� B. F. Smith, treasurer of the  company, aud Gus Orcutt, a  director, both from Aurora,' 111.,  visited the camp last week, looking over the property and went  away well pleased, with then-  visit.     '       '       '      ' i   .  . ��� ��� '    ���     . c    y      i  Manager D. S. Guinter, B. F.  Smith and G. Orcutt went to  Wild Horse creek Wednesday.  Scotty Burns came' to camp to  take a position-in the kitchen.  New Teacher Appointed.!  Alwin Holland has been appointed teacher to the fort  Steele public school, and he  comes well recommended. He  is.a graduate of Owen Sound  Collegiate Institute, and has  taught in the Kamloops Presby  terian College, where his work  proved most' successful. At  Beavermouth, where he taught  for a term, tho secretary of that  Board says: "Ho is by far the  best teacher we ever had in this  school''. ,  Shipments, to Smelter,  The following are the lead-ore  shipments received at the Trail  smelter for six months ending  June 30th, from mines in Southeast Kootenay. St. Eugene,  Moyie,'2,037,383 lbs; North Star  Kimberley, 1,418,282 lbs; Sullivan, at Kimberley, (i4,170 lbs.  A total of 3,519,835. A,   A".  The total of shipments made  to'Trail'smelter for; the past six  months from all mining camps  in the Kootenays was 10,483,485  lbs. Uf this amount, Southeast,  Kootenay .'with. only three  s'lippirig inities furnished 33"per  cent of the entire output.  Fernie News.  Hon. James R. Anderson,  Deputy Minister of Agriculture,  accompanied by Mr. T. G. Earle  arrived at Steele Thursday.  In an interview with, a  representative of Thk - Prospector  Mr.    Anderson   said:     "1  have  visited ' and    inspected    nearly  every fruit ranch in. the   Upper  Columbia valley between Golden  and   Windermere,   also   those in  the *- Kootenay     valley      from  Windermere to Fort Steele. The  climate is an exceptionally good  one" for  fruit' raising.   ��� To the  north, land which ha's been planted in graincontinuously, is  giving out owing to a lack of humus  in  the   soil   to   produce   crops.  This would be remedied by varying crops.- "A large  number  of  fruit trees planted this year were  utterly;    useless     as      regards  varieties and'condition,   a. large  number, being .badly  taken up,  and many having died from frost  At   Windermere  Mr.   R.   Kim'p-  ton's  orchard ,is  a  particularly  good one, but many trees  planted   this  year died and are being  thrown   but.      At  W7ilmer there.  are a few trees which  look well:  At Wasa.'Mr." Hanson has>quite  a number of trees, those  on   thc  flat are  not  well   situated,   but  those on the bench land are doing well.    We have-examined  a  large 'number .of   trees, in   the  vicinity  of   Fort' Steele  which  " ' C        ' I 1 I  'were found .to-be in good toon-,  clition as to location and care.,. I  find -that^ many- varieties? .'not  suitable1 to the/country have been  planted, and would sirggest'that,  those intending ' to' purchase  trees, should consult' or- correspond with tlie Department of  Agriculture . at Victoria, -who  will advise ���,thorn, regarding  climatic conditions, soil, location  selection of varieties, and where  to purchase tho'bost trees.' This  advice will be gratis; and impor-  tant'information on Horticulture  furnished."  The* Kootenay valley, in the  midst of which is situated thc  town of Fort Steele is destined  in tho near future of considerable- horticultural importance,     j    ��� ,,  Silver-lead Quotations.  opinion among the "insiders"  that the general elections are  '���off for this year.  , Martin Burrill, Liberal-Conservative candidate for Yale-  Cariboo, is reported as being  satisfied .with political conditions  up north.  Fire at Cranbrook.  Cranbrook. Aug. 10.���The  City Bakery, owned by Wilson  was completely destroyed by fire r  last night. The fire was caused  by an overheated oven. Mr.  Wilson's stock and fixtures were  insured to the amount of $200.  .LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.  Cash for Lead Men���Victoria Fire  ���No Surrender���Vet's Capture  the Hub.  New York,  August 12:  Bar Silver.' '  58$  Lead '  4.25  Copper "  12.50  Spelter '���      *'4.85  London, August 12 ���Silver. 26   3-4d;  copper -��o(>  12s 6d; lead,   ��11 15=    d;  spelter, ��22     s   d.  Market Conditions.  The week has been singularly  devoid of sensational event in  the market, the widest fluctuation  being  a   moderate , rise :n  tin.' .' '       y  y;yy    ,'������': '"..'.���-  Copper was unchanged in the  local market.    '  , Lead aiid spelter .were iiri-  changed in London and New  YorkC  [ ,".,.;'���   ',','''. .     ;- ' ���' '  School Holidays Extended.- V  ;A government, public'-building  to cost Si6,000 will be erected at  Fernie this siimmer. ��� -   ���  The Provincial ���Government  will, iit its next sitting, be asked  to appropriate ��5,000 J!or a  public building at.. Pernio.     ;  Fred  Stork   is  supported  Free     Press  by  for  the    Fernie  mayor.  J. D. Quail i.s announced   as  a  candidate for mayor of Fernie...  ' The Minister of Education owing to the ���extremely hot. weather 'we are having lias extended  thc time for opening the public  schools of. the Province until,tho  22nd of August. ./A  There should be a prompt attendance of the pupils at the  opening of'the school hereon  that date. Mr. Holland will bo  it'i charge.  Political Briefs.  Got.Seared���:It is ��� the  general  Cash' for Lead Men���Cheques  for ��17,000 was paid yesterday  at Nelson. Remaining 40 per  cent is now coming.  Victoria," August  10���A , conservative estimate of the damage,,  resulting from yesterday's fire is  ��100,000  Constantinople, Aug. 10.���The  Porte,has  definitely  announced  that the Russian volunteer   fleet   ���  will be allowed to pass   the Dardanelles.   ,, ,A  ' No  Surrender!���In the House  of Commons    Monday    Premier"  Balfour, replying to  a  question  on the subject, said  the British  government adhered to  its   contention ..- that, ,  there ' was     no  adequate ' justification   ' for   the  sinking of  the  British steamer  Knight , Commander ,  by ; the  Vladivostock squadron.   ,   C  Captured the Hub���Boston today has.'capitulated', to' -the ad- -'  ;vanee g.uard of Grand Army k  veterans, the forerunner of tens  of thousands who., will be here  during the coining week. . The  entire city has donned' a,holiday  dress and.on every hand flags,  banners, gaily colored streamers  and Hashing lights greet the eye  Visited Bull River.  B. F. Smith, treasurer of   the  Gold  River  Mining  and Power  Co., accompanied by   G. Orcutt,  a director of the company, visited tlie  company's  property   at  Bull River   this week.    After a  thorough inspection of the work  now  in  progress, and sampling  the gravel,   securing   nearly an  ounce of gold; the party returned to Steele Tuesday well  satis-  tied with existing conditions.  Messrs Smith and Orcutt left  on Wednesday's stage for their  home at Aurora, 111.  Canadian Yaoht Won.  ���Montreal, Aug. 10.���Noorna,  the defender of the Seawanhaka  cup, won today's race, the deciding one of the series, crossing  the line two minutes arid thirty-  four seconds ahead of the White-  Bear. -   a  '���' y   /��� ��� '.������ ���  ��� '������'    -'Y ��,-���������'���'.  LOCAL NEWS.  An emergency convocation of  Rocky Mountain Chapter, R.A.  M,. will be held August 14th.   .  . T. T. McVittie. P.L.S., wont to  Perry creek Wednesday. He will  survey the Roaring King group  of mines.  Alien Labor-Bill Dead.  Ottawa, Aug. L0. ��� In tho  senate this afternoon the debate  on the Alien labor bill was kept  up till within a few minutes of  Lord Minto's arrival to prorogue  parliament. The bill was finally  killed by the committee rising  without making any report. THE PROSPECTOR    FORT, STEELE,   13   C,  AUGUST 13,  1901.  'J-  '31*1  ���-AiA.hlr y ��� >i;;, yinrl .the Strait-  [Soil icnif at. ��� AY\\: :i;k tjiev firs'  ; Half  of   1 he  ,;',' hSTAi'lLlSii !-".L'       |.l!if>."      '���....,'.  ',..',���'     A.. S. Grace,  ';���'   A. |-C'pu,,iili:i(;>.>'ii)ipqrierl. sii.v<--j',ylo llu  .'Cpublishkk .ANn'yi-yji.Tpu. :;' ;'|\v'!'nt>nnt. ciuni. to (>H;;.; 'por 'cent, of j'jjjj!  ���present.. 'yeaf .these  1 Sic  mmm^mmmmm%^^  ~���^-''��� thh't.otiil  iI'iiAiViii-:frtit>!i,' last  year.  ��� Dcvoif-tl .:o the uplniiUil.iit,''.nl' l-'oi-i Su.-t.-i.  ���   .   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A,    yyAyyNOTlCB.   .. /'Ay y :';���%  A .'l.'iilJ.o iicH.H---< that I'itirty. di'��,j-.-"jiftoi- (Win: 1  in-]  ,1.111111   l^j.'i-iiijl.Y   IVi  tin;  Cliu-t'  Comuiissioiier.(��' |  UlikK:i ntK WiSrU.-- im yy 1 iin-n?e io pros, jiakd ior.  Cpul )VH.i.l.;l:\-iroli-iiin.n!'-'.the fojiou-ini,'���lio;,crilwfi  liiiul..  Boi,'iiinih^':a tlio southeast.corner post  pliuiied on  ilic' iiorth  i.ino. of  D. .Moore's uoai  llceiisu',",ihoiiiie' iioi-t.liASD (���hains.  Uiehce Vo'st  ll.-Jli clniiiis.'iiibn; oi;jless to ciist Hue 6(,:OA H'.  j Gills'con I license,  i.honco ..south SO olmins  to  J norlhwosl cr.irnor. ol'. D.  llodro's  ooFil. lict-iiso.  j tlioni-e oust 1 l-.Mfi chains' toplm-oo/ ljeginniii^. :  . A .y     .' ���-< y.iAS. T, I^\l DLAW., r.oc..i.ioi-"'-'���  ,A biiiiiii'.liilyAlOth. lillil   AA   A' ���'���*��� '".���'��� "���"���,''  IK'i-'niiiin^in-lho northwc.-icooi-iier.po.styb-jiiijf  the tiorthoasi coriioi- post of  U.  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'  ���; The livest:,quesiion   in '.South- -..-..:...������Y^Y::...^ _.C. ���,....;���.A '_i_mYA..A  east .Kootenay   today   conceriH |'  \\  Will J)e  tp   Your  Interest.  .'���''-'"  ���-���.������.������i%-?.-::  ���the   development , of    eleptrica  .energy , at." 'Bul:l'".-rivrM!-.-falls -am  other,  great    sources "of*   wati-:.  .power in tlie, Fort. St'-'cji-- niinin  district. . .  '" y'   ''���'���-.  The price.of silver, is n'i>{,in:  ���nearing. the iiii i-ent mark. and. i  is 'nn\v".'-frin,dy.. predicted' lii.'iS ',������  "will go .-a,b(i\'t'i ;i.ha't unlC-ss-.tiy-i.  is an. ime.vpecf.'.Ht. c.hangi:- in ,,t l -  situation.-. ThiA princ-ipa'l i'--asi, n  for this advance, ifc'giye'o .-i>. 't! <���  argei- di--ma.niI   froVii   'ill/. OrivMi"  i {  ynt)   i-otiti.Miij.ilat,,-   visit iny' lho Si  '- i i.inii.-. 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A   ''.....-cr...|-.-n  ../.--UYV  |-.,!"|.f.|   l:-l:  ���iln-ri  ��� til  $mm? Rmtimi ���  K I..ili1��  r|v lllll-y rrl- .1  Mill.  >11��� ri* :n': ri'li-i-iMii-  ���lllllH-l.-  II V��-.(I|M-.  11 IN A I,. :i.'(J 11,-iii-b.  Illlil.   -.-Iirio  TIM-:.   \.\'  rn .St., (Jhiciitfo  m.  Ilr��MC.-li onii-e. cv, y ��,., w.nhlnef.  ������;:���'���:���        l.flltH'rtt   (llr-  ���i-i .1:" .Vnni'll.     'U-rni.*. j:i 11  , 1-   thtlil Lj-iil! in-.vnilc-iilcirK.  iS10rondvv.,y. fJgW Yocfj  neron, I). C.  Townsite Office. &  'HE PROSI'RCTOR  ���burns coal, coke or wood with equal facility.  Flues, grates, fire-pot and feed-doors, are  'specially constructed ,to:,burn any kind' of fuel, and  Ca;spebiarCwpod grate .is.'yalway.sCsu'pplied..CCCv.y;'AAr'.:A A'.  , ' ..    Sold   by,, alt. enterprising'',,dealers.    Write for  booklet. -A     ..'A  ""''f^W'""'""   "-'���'"���"  '"'"������   %^-V  London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg-, Vaneoiiver. ^tA'John, N..CAA  'xrsazs��.-��^7^2XJZ.  ItyWilhbeCto YourAinterest;  ;A Aylf AyViAr.Ai-iintj^iiiplater-. \;isItlho-A t  . '-.Louis Exposition,'toCcem-c 'reliable in-  yUormuticm; irk t'oAAi"i-i.l'roiid';'sei'.v-ico,'-;-th'::  yAlowestiyra^syuidAfclieAljitiSt ryutiCsAyyAlsiy  yAa^toytoep:;^  -^iKitelsAifti;:, clcA: ".A A>A; .a-CaA.:"A ,Yy''Yi A  AAtYli yyoti:\v\OA Writer iliiv iuidersignedA;;  ': ystii.tiii'jj',ywillit,;;Ainformatiou' ,-':y6ii'''desire..  " ; tlie,saliiewi 11a be ���jirbin ptly;':. fiirriirfieci.  ���:'J.fAwe'do.iiqfcii'tive*i.,C^  Ai;tire it, foi'yon'i f'possible. unciA\yillibiil  Ai'inyAexpiiiise to yotiAA'^ddi-eSsAASAy, y-AA  A  A i1'H; TkTIMB^  Ay'A'-:,.A 142 Tliird SiC Portland;,0i.'t)p!oii.,  ^Jte /^td^p^ctm  SATURDAY;. ;^UGC-i:i,A:190-l  .-MaimfueturingCDeaidAPipe.;  :M.iN.i.;i{Aiv:AC'ri  A :'(roini.i-'.) .���.;���'".  0!::iri',.i--ii:.\-i',i.?oi.-.i.-.|ri!o.vK.-\|iaN'i'ti.y  C^C.^Ca'::Ca:C;"C';-n^T!C^-;:a'CC--..a'CC'aaCC  ������Svvi'A'S;^  Ay,.:. Simiitc in ihtfFort Sloele.MiniiWpivisitoi of  Ay (Cast Kpoieiiiiy.;I>isl:i-ict:y, --A;,"; "'.���:���'��� ;:AyyAyyyy  ';.,' ' :\\rlVer'6'16c!ntoci':-.-irQVi jj'iikc Cn-eliAAy- A,A'A;y. yA  AAAATn'lie^iibli eb LinttAiy AwijisflSjMcViItie,���)?,:MACA  yA .Np3B73TKiAag(!;ti t;" toi^.1 y;FA^Vvuvstr&ii?,;iP.iv[.c;  :C.'N'o!':irai'oCiitlin'ii'ilsu-ii.tfl  y!,'Ki<sKe#gi<s il&^ AA A-' A'AA'  ���M7^'iiit&ift!-..-''si'^  !?Ajiyp!y-'to tlioMiniiis Rei-orclei; foiya, Cevti lloii te  ';. ol.Im ni-oVein'cmts Tor tlie lit]vpo.sjj 'of.  ';''-��� :i Crown Oratit of llu;'iiiibWy.-laim',;,'���'������.���"' A.,..; ���::  AyAAAiiil'? further-'tii^^  .��i!Ctioir3T.:,iii'tist liecorrinioneojl liot'orc.Uio issti-  ; ;,ance of .s.uulf'Cou'i'ficjiitc of'iniprovqujiiiitsA.  !'��� 'AAbuied this lltliMlityofJuiioAjiloi. ���*���'-. A'AA -,:"  ' ������;���.'ia'yA '    a ;A thqs 'i;.,MoVi.'r:rTE,  ',a:A        ;y''A;-'Mrw'D;iiALvAAcrr..f-y��� -v- A-',:  A:..A',a-; ' ,,,,/'" . .-���;   (vfjni,i'v.).A. AYy . ������  okkthmoatk or .iiiimio'vkmkn'i'.s.'  ........  y  ... NOTICE. A'   y ������      .;, y."  ...; ���.;'���. ������'.    I tatiisliorii   Miiiprttl GlaiiVi'.-!'-���,��� -. ���  ;,   ��� Sibilate iii-tlioFort StuuloAMiiiiiiff Division of  . lOasi Kootenay'Oisli-ict.,..   .,,    ' A. -     A   , -. y  '-���'    'Wlicru.''~piiTi-iicyiCi-.eol%; .   -yy      y  TAKE' NO'I'ICE flint I. Thus. T. McVittie. i-\  .M.C. No. 'BT.-irib, ':i}fcnl  for  Win. Cjirlin.Free  Miner;* ACertilieute   NTo.; Jir:iria-, intend,  sixty  ,,,'lii.ys ri-pm  lii.o ditto beruof.   to sinply. to,, llie  ,.'-.Allning Keooi-der for- ii Certilieiita of-fnipi-ovo-;  .   mcnls,  for. llie purpose of. oliuiiniii-r il Cro}vn  '���' (Iriuilbf'tlie nliove claim. ���; A  "Ami fiirtliei-take notice  Hint itotitm,  nuclei  Section:!", niii^.t lie (���oiiiiiic'iieOd.biiit.'i.i.yilieissii-  itiico^of sttcli Cortiiieiile of Improvements.  Dated thisj'.lll'i day of ,liily���Ai f).,. ll'OlA;  llii ,.-��� :,    , ���'���'   -i-llOS.T. 'MeX-'J'I'.'I'II-:..  '.';"���,���, '���'���-    NOTICE..'.   . .   ; .  A N'otioo  islioi-oli.v 1,'ivon, tliat 1. intend tli'ii-iy  days tiftar. diito lo aiiply to tin- Cliiiif Comniis-  'sionorol' lAandsanil Works..'.of tin-  provltiuc of  Itrilisli Coliiinhi'n foi-'n l'lci-iisi! lt>  prospuet  for  -colli iiinl pctrolenni.ou llie following dosi-rilieO  ��� lands sii.iiiitud in Southeast ICool.eiiii.v. ' ,  Acoiiiiiieiieiiin'-al it: post iilimimJ live, iniles  nqrtli and iijioiil one an-l I liivn I'ouvtli inilhs  'wost-of tlie noi-tliotisl ooi-iiui- of IjiiI N'o. .151*.  tlienee .no nil SO,chains, lliAnee east SO ehains;  ilienl-ii-sinilh tfn ehaiiis. theni-e west .Sil chains  to jilaci-of eoiiiini'iiix.ineiit.  ,  Duted .Inly Hli. I �������!.   ��� ���   , ' " ...     "'  .III ,'������   .lOIlN'' l!I\'0\V-N, l.-'icntor. ���  C ������;Le'a,d'p;ipiB.'S;]36iits liKe"aA jetypf,  waljej';fronr'thoAraachitie" nowAin  ;bp,eration;Aa't 'theysmelteiy'here.:  Tlie dperatibn of the' maciii neis  clesc'i'ibciitr as !simpie? yot' st?rik'iri'jet'  JifC-tliei-^a^C^W'i  yfiii isii'od AP^odiictyisC tarried CoutA-  '/Vdditionaiyinterest' isyadd^dAytp;  ���theAyl6ady,pipp.-'��� i'branclr.-s;;pii  the,  ';sn^pit'ei^C.lJy'Creason; Of .;ythej;y.fact;  ,that..'tlve."',i'/roduc.t-,;isC!th  'e,vpi'A,madC!A,i!i/''Gahada''fi'din, Ganay''  ;.djan.;iea$..;C;';CA^  i��-i: 1?h e bi g i'll ea d p v |^e; m ac li in ei. 'li as,  beeti iiiydpe rati oi?A';se vera ("days?  I.tCtri alfesAp i pG,:p^'ad!y^i.nffeus,ipn^  .-reciiti i'edAA diy) .iip0, ou r^inj&he^'yii  li i aiii e t;fe iC;A;,AijMpi ten :A5?i'eady; i Syified  |:iiito ai "receptaPle: at.Aoiie. eiidCtbe  ������'-.' ���,-,'���-.'(��'.':������' -���'���: :iy    : "'���';A'*:'' :'t'���'"'-'��� ���'���''''������-''������:���������'"'.'���.'=�����'/'- .>������.-;.���:  ;r%iiiie'cl':;'j3,rocVuc^  ;Rne'ry.bplug*rittllizedAC;ACVvcpm  'the-''size ;,deislred in" the-..pipe-is  placed 'at-^tih'e:C:6tli'Pi'':;-e'h'd:bf:.'.t'he  riiachine,C:,:"' aiid "ythe ybjieration  starts. y,y As Athe^erulyapproachfes  the c,pi''e it is cooled slightly and  ��� pressure Capplied' toyAfoi'ceyAthe;  ! fluid thi'dug-h theAcore mould.  The xmtletAof Athe machine  points upward,: and ���������.from--, this  opening the pipe emerges twisl-  ing and1; wreathing likea giant  silver' snake..; Coils aretpl^ed  to receive the 'product, Avvhich,  in its heateld cpnditioh is readily^  wound about the apparatus pro-;'  vided.;.yThe pipe'is c.oiatinuous  so 1 pug as the lead J'eed���- box con���  tains raw materiah ,,-��� y.v'r y y -  " ItA willybe readily understood  that a,.short time suffices' to turir  ou t a 1 ai'ge qu an ti ty o f lead pipe,  so that the machine is not ruii  continuously.": Tho plant was in  dperatiptvseverar.daysAthis week  and., a c:oh'sidera,ble reserve ;of  pipo ready, for' the consumer'is  now 'in stock at the-'smelter.���  Trail Creek News.        y ";  rather let up uii  lhe JSnst Kooto  nay coal and oil licence qnesttou,  th��j fact is   the  Provincial   Gov  ernt'ieiH    stands   to     not     over  % i*t>0,000 of revenue,   the   greater  part   dei-ived     from     American  sources, and escape-, an   endless  tangle of litigation', which could  only be unravelled a' a huge ox  pi'iise  and   consequently   larger j  laxr-.tion.     All'of  which,   to   the,  common people,  appears   like   a  very statesmanlike  proceedings .  ���Herald, Ymir.  Tho   clause   which   Sir   Wm.  Mulock  sought   to   place in the'  Post Oflice'Bill giving the. Post  'Oflice Department   the   right   to'  edit    lhe   advertising   pages  oh  Canadian    newspapers   was  ex-,'  tremely     bureaucratic,     in     its;  lendency: and Mr. Borden  did a  public service in  questioning il  Sir William withdrew the clause ]  for. the  present;   and it is to be;  hoped-Parliament  has seen the;  last'df/it/AA  ."; ;  -������������ ..��� A. ���-.- ������' - -A. :-��������� ''...,- i  ,,,,According  to  eastern   papers  there  i*  a    probability   of   the,  Dominion  elections   being ' laid j'  'over..for another year.  ' If  this  isytrue: i'tA^is. a  straight ease of  funk yon, behalf ul'   the  Liberal  administration; The     storm  ;raised;byytheC.''foreigner'* Dun-  dbuaJd'and^the' rottenness of the  GvT.PyC;deal:.y has shown the  "'.Laurie^ , that   when  they quit this time they quit the  ^tretispry: beiicbes forever���Topic  TiptttjLiake;': Ay  A;AThe'Rossland Miner is getting  iprpttya SmatlAAAvhen it, raises a  greatAlipwl of'������ i'ndignation abodt  theCAPrbvincial iioverrimont ap-  prpjpriatingy'��p;o6 for the corc-  mphiesSttendihg the opening of  it      S  i'  m  L  ROSPECTOR  ���.I  ;^/TJtnnrLri ���iiywryyyniyij\rinjTru\nnj^nriruttr^^  g is prM-isiiKD i:vi-:iiy satl-rday. axd h.\s a  CJ OL'Al. '.STEED   CIKCULATIOX   LARGE]?    THAN  % a.vv uriiEK j'aim:i: in i:astkoote.\av.itis  gi ALL   lO.Mi; l'h'IXTI-:i). AND, CONTAINS DOUiiLi:  g THE  \ WOL'NTOr NEWS OK ANY PAPEK INTHf  B PIsTilJCT. ^  utjxju urt>ijij LTLruTiixijvnjOuilriJuu  ���    As   An    Advertising    Medium    It   Is  Unexcelled. ��   ���  JJ    THE PROSPECTOR COVEHS A DISTHJCT      '     *  LARGER TlfAN" SO.ME  EMPIRES. AND HAS A   t��  JJ1    LARGE FOREIGXT CIROaLATIO.V. J|J  I1 r ' I , 1>  4  theNewy^Westuiinste!  Tppic^Trput Lake.  bridge.-  The 'Paystreak Of Ad's In T-his Paper Pays From The Grassroots,  And Never Pinches Out, Stake One !     The Result Will Be To  ���Your Interest. \      ' -���' ', '  JOB PRINTING  OF ALL  KINDS NEATLY AND, PROMPTLY  EXECUTED.     .  ,'%'. ' " ' '        '  p  ^mmmm & dubick  f  w.  $������ ���:  aGJINENAIC. y  ^M'Erohc^nts    ��&  Fort Steele,  B.C.  AGENTS ;'irbu C      ':/���"���'';'  Giant Powder Co., Con's.  Massey Harris Co., Ltd.  ���:''���;������..���;��� ,y Flave.just received two  :  '���'".''..,C Carloads of  ' <<  X  1  a  i  ->'^^v  FORT  STEELE ���  BREWING, GO,  FERNIE,  B.C.  ^lANaiOACTIJKPJRS and BREWERS of EXTRA PINE  BEER  B  PORTER  Press Comments.  $?EAfiMy WAGONS, LOGGING TRUCKS'4  I CCA A:4y -A;AND' democrats. ,8  #aaA -a AAA YY, f  '.'4i\:���'���-.->  Plows, :Harrows,   Haying and Harvesting Tools, Im- &?  U   plemerits of all kinds. . ' ' V  A.'Sr/Y'AiA ' ^  Y'Y..YA yy-AAA... . --   .'    v   ��� c  ;V-C'.'''.'..X''Miiiiiig Supplies and Hardware. u  J^: Dry- ��� ^Csr^bds  X-:- '���'���������'��� 'Boots  Hats   and   Caps  and   Shoes.  NOTICE. i y "..  . To Wiiltur O. l',int-l;i.Ml..;uiil lo iiuy 'olln-i-  ��� 'p-.ii-ty or piu'llo. i,'nAvlm;n li-- jnnyAliavc.jlnuis-  ��� rei-'i-uil liis iiiti;i-i-.sC in Al'hft ������'r,:t\,)w.". Milii ni'l.  CMlliii, ��ilu��lL-���fn-Siilliviiii 11111. in llu: Foil  Sl(..(;l(! Mining Division, l-tsisi l-.'ouU.iiii.VAUi'ilisii  (,'nliiniljiii. ,    ,,       '  i-TAKt'l NO'l'ir:!-'. llnil y<m nil- ��� Iion-lyV re-  i|iiivi.-il wirIiiii nlniily illiy.s Irom llu; lli-st-jmlill-  i-iitlon iif-iliisi to piiy i.o Uii.- iiiKkiisij-ii'-il.  :lliu sum of .f.SJ.IKi. Iju- ii'iiioiilit i-xpi-ink-il ky him  on yoi'ii-inmrosi in i-ni-l  t-liiim   fiir  iisn-Ksiiioin.  Now that Dundona'd : lias .left,  the, country  ,'  iSyitA that is  inldiiig   the   lniieli'ino'back from  bringing on l lie (.'lection'?- Tit lie's"  IJIairniore. .'���"., ! A.  ..These days'a'-rbAiicitCali right  enough, hut they are Cuiripara-  tiy.ely co'ol when compared with  lhe, reception-,that awaits Sir  Wilfrid Lauriei'and his liiinistors  when t liey- apiieai to Lord Duii ,1 ^  doiii'ik.lAs compatriots . for votes  ��� Economist,-Nelson.   '   ���'���  Tliosc Libertil of  the Province, which conduct the  hue-and-cry a.fler tlie scalp of  I.he. iVlcl'.{i'ido , ('.Jijveriirnent and  stand ready Wi condemn each and  $      General Merchandise.       ->  A      . .���'..'.. ... ,. . 1^!^  '#Y<d&��^XY^YY#A+YXY*YY?> >   \4LX ^Y>'- ^ '>..^���*^������^>-^C^> & , U  .   -r       ' '������.'������       ���' "        -A' .-- ' '   i  rvi  SOLD BY THE  BARREL, KEG OR  BOTTLED  Bottled beer for.familj'  use a specialt}7  Outside   Orders  .GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  P. O. BOX 812  TELEPHONE   NO. 1  Port   Steele  Brewing Cbi,  Ltd.  Mmtw!inmi?mmmwm  ^    1  General Merchant AND ^S  ;   Liquor -Dealer. "'' , ���'  wnrlc up lo Hits Mill liny ol' NdvimhIh r. iwi::,. , .    .    .       ,  and i.'tji;.Tin.;u 'I'.-mck n'i.itii:!-'. iinii, nn- j every aci; oL that Gove rumen t no  fuss sutii |)! ii^-.-iin-i' wiiii .��11 .-.-siKuf j ���]it(j|,-L.|-   wlial,   il    nia.y    be,  n'lvei-ti.siiii; ��� is   puiil  williiii   Un1,   linn; -iil)iiv>-| ��� ' '     ,  slaloil. yniii-��� iiiii.-ri.-.>i. In siii'l i-li'.iin  .^iiiill   In)..-.-..  Manufacturer or a'il R'imls 'of Jjinnbor.       A large 'assortment of seasoned Lumber and Shingles always  on hand '-   '  lo llii-Annilti'siiiiU'il nn iii-i-.iiniii. (.'!' suiil fxix-i'uli  IIII''!. ���  '   '       ,  T1IJS NOTICI-: i.s givi-n'nniii.:r  Sdeli"  '���   <>!  lho .'iliiiural An Aiiii.-iii1mii!.iii. A'-l. IIMSi'!...  DA'1'l-lb lliis-Ktli iiuy of .lunc, I'.'nl.  AVI I.MAM .1-  I.AN'CM.l-ZV.  Till-: MAS'l',1-:I[. MI-ICIIANJO'S  I'lJK'K 'i'AIl  SOA1'   ln-:i!s   und    soricnis. tin-    skin,    whil  piMiriptly (.-Icansiny il nf (,'rrnsi-. oil. rtisl, i-lr.  in^iiltiiil)l<: fur nn clinnii-K. riu-mevs. sporishion.  I-'li-u siiinpliijOii Kjcuipl ol'-'i:. fur piisliiuu. '  Altiuri Tollot Soup tli>.. Mfrs iMdiiuonl.  m.\ 'mz$m  ���   ^Aa''��'-:'W::^  H   ^ic|''C��  '7Z Y        DIMENSION      LUMBER      A      SPECIALTY.  I      WflSfl. - - - B G.  ^iiiiiuiiiuiiiiiuikiauiiiiiiii'iimiiiiiiiiaiiaiiiiauiiiiiiuii^  3?  ,^4PPREPEATING-. RIFLES  ii'/^'&'-'^Y'KKrW- ^�� matt'or what your ideas or preference;;  " ''" '"'"' "'" * ' " fare about a ride, some one of eiyht difrcr-  ent Winchester models will surely suit  you. Winchester Rifles are made in all  calibers, styles and weights; and whichever model you select, you can count oil  its being well made and finished, reliable  in action   and a strong, accurate shooter.  FREE   Send ymir  name and address  on  a postal  card   for   our    164   pace   Illustrated    catalogue,  WINCHESTER   REPEATIN-ij  ARMS   CO.  NEW HAVEN. CONN..,   sa6  ���* '������' Ct ���"- fm.  sem THE PROSPECTOR.  FORT STEELE,  B. C, AUCL'ST J.'i.   I0f'4.  ^fjPffite  ��he $}K&$pexto\\  SATUKHAV.    WC IX  l'.KU  -MTmmTTTmTmmmPfWTTmTYTTTimTTTr-  Imperial Bank of Canada | The GaiiatllaPi BSIlK Ol G0iH1116rG6 !  -i  J   LOCAL NEWS,  jf  ! ��  I     A.     H     Kenwiek  .visited   his  [ Kootenay river raiK-h Friday.  J-.   0. Vu  CAPITAL AUTHORIZED $4,000,000  CAPITAL (paid up) - - $3,000,000  REST ACCOUNT      -    -   $2,850,000  i *  i *<���  i*  inming'*,   L'.L.S., re  turned from Fernie on Fr,iday.  T    C   Armstrong    iode~ 'over  from Cranbrook on Sunday  last  ii t  Merrill, truinter  \va.��> up from  Hull river Monday.  S'    Head    OFFJee   Toronto.  ��.'     T. IT. MKKKJTT. President    O. K. W1LKII-:. Vuv-I'iv-. and (Jen. Man  ���mile    ,:'.   1 omlianl   St.. ' 3 #  Si*  '?*  aj      AGKNTS    IX    f;m-:.\T    HltlTAlN    Lloyds' I .OJlllllll.  : . A (Jenei-al H.tnkiii-j  liu-dnos- Tranniieled.  riEAD OFF1CE--TORONTO.  Paid up (-'uphill "-H.700.UOO- Itoborve Fund ��X(iOO,000:  Apsji-efrnti- Uo.-ource, Over *S:i,000.000 Nov. :50th. 1SI0X  ,   I iiinnm Office; (IO Lombard Street, i:. C.  New  Vork Office;  1ft livcliiiiiKC Place.  Anil 110 hrunches in (A'anadii uml the United States.  i' '  *  Savings Hank Department.���Interest allowed on deposits. [2'|*       '    ' "  '   - 5l   Cranbrook Branch. F. C. MALPAS, Manager.  |  J.  F. M. PINKHAM. Manager. ���&%��� , *  ;i_   ._     _, ���      _ ��� _.- a|������&)������#fc��3.-��#��&#��-8--&��'<.;#&tf;^  ']   Cranbrook Branch.  W. K.  Ross, M.I'.P.. of Fernie!.   *" ^impton, Windermere, was  was a Steele visitor on Mondav.     m town  l h^".V-  ,   ,,   ..    -.,        ,  , Lr.  . I . \oualt, hi ko, was in   own  .1. F   Smith and James  His on  ,     ,      . '.,,   ,  .,    ,  ��� ���    ,     ...     ,      , Mon husmess Wednesday.    >.  'u.-i'i' in iiiwi, Sunday uist.       ���     I ��� .    ,  . -��� j   ,.  ., A.   H.   Smith   eame   up'  Irom  North   Star Lodge, i    j-WsL    tires     wore   'burniu��'iTl.���Ilv ,....,,,. rp,,.....,,...,  ���                         .   , ���                    .,       ,    ,.-,-,         ,.        y.llilii  rl('i-i\   lUUlstlitv  , witmi) two miles   oi Furl-Steele - '       ��� ���        [  ��� Fridav.  no. 30. .' - "������",',���        ,- ,     A   S. Connelly, J. llarier   and  . .. .     , ! Hert   Fraser   were guests at the  Ae n��w    Hag   was   raised   over | Slratlu.0ll!1 Thursdav.  a. f. and a. m.     c. R. b. c. the government ofhees Kit Steele  KOKT STKK1.K.  11. C.. oil   M Olliljl V ., ...  _oinMonuav\. ,v .    t        .     c. Kernau has arrived   al New  Kil-KUlar    tuct'lingi,��� Isi   Tuesday   m   oai-L -���������  VI 1 ��� , ~ 11  ���    month at eight o'clock.     V,sk<n��� Hrethern ��r. ��� ��� OrtltiaiH        DoiUlhoe      Cllld       T. , .?"'',\ */'    ,"   AA/Ai'      1  cordiailv invited. : i>i   . ��-   m-   ai ���  ���! ��>o<.>n    he    at    penile,   where   he  ' - ,. Blaifeuw, ot   Waitlner,   were   iir���,,.-���.   ,,���   ���.,,,    .,,-,   ,     ���     ,���   .  i-'i-- u,,.,.,��� i n.i,��.  i,-.^���i.  ,..*,,i  ,..,,,,���.�� !��� L<      i      i A     clauiis   lie   will    inn (      a     zine  KUKi\ei  LoUt't.   I-ornle,  rujiuUr  nn-oiiaas i JOWD  Oil  Suilllav  hisl. . ,-     '  liclU Friday of uach moiith.     ��� i  ' ., smelter.  "   Cranbrook Lodec. Oraubiuok. rct;ulur muot-,   ,  J       J,1      PriU"l(J      KyHI'      VTHls    H  ���     u.^heldonth.thlr.M'Din-sdti.vo.'eucl.month    gu0^    .u    th<,^,",^4,,.},^" ��unday  ���   1        J. II:si.ui'. Secreury-     , last.  ER  .]. li   Anderson, Deputy .Minister oi Agriculture. T. G   Fur) of  ' Lvton     and'     li.  , Kimptou    of  .' Windermere, were, iruosts at the  A-tT>rrrirriiiri>f>r<ii(rffccr<fii(Tciirfiiiiroc(i>f. Lil lilStl  UOlUlllOla irUlt attract- li  ' ���   ,  nil 3  ���~ '    " ,     ��-   , ���      '    ��� -i      ��� )    ��� .        ��� 1       imperial  1 nurstiav  I Rockv Mountain Chapter a-,*" ^��^W;iolo attention at   the' ..  5     ,      * J   "'nmpi?g Fair.  Nelson fair  Patent Medieities  JUadies Dry Goods  Cigars and Fruits  NO-   Ii5.    K. A. M.  ��� PORT STKKf.K, H. C.  5.    Joe  Taenhauser -is  doing the  t -j,                                                    ���     ^{'annual   assessinent    work,    thisj  'A.s      Rusular iiu-etini,'d:���i2nd Tuo-   |-: week, on his mining property in;  ��   Lday   in   each   month   at   uia-hc   S:: ihe St. .Mary's river district/        j  5    o'clock. S;' '        '   ^ ' 3-' ��� '1  5     ,'Sojourning   Comiianioii'.s   :uv   i!      W-    J ���    <-}o��ilH'l.   Inspector   of,  5   cordiailv invitee. ��    51 Public    Offices.     inspected    tho'  ,.    i* , "       ��� -    ���     a":'district    provincial ' offices   lastio ������       ,  , , -rn  , -i-.-        ,��� ,/  :t ,A-Ia.mjcs llisLoe. ric-i-ibe K.. ?iNveek '     '    -  Second Annual Lxhibil 1011 oi the  ^iii>iiuiijt��Miuit<Mt��iai��iaii(iaitjaitji>kv^- ! "' J  'I  Nelson   Agricultural   and  Industrial Association  S6DI. 28 6c 29  , * Professional:  HARVEY, McCARTER & DTJNBAR  BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS  C'UANnUOOk".      - - B.C.  Chas   Chapman     and    James  White returned Monday   from   a!  prospecting trip in   the   vicinity!  of White river. . \  KERSHAW  G. W. F. GftRT&R, B,G.L.    '  Notary Public <>j  Uritisli. Oofiunbia  ���  (^ollecLiuu   i;f iiucoiiiil.s   atlumlinl   10.  Aucliting anil ki:oijin>> of bo(lk^ done  ' wit.h disputuli. .Coi-rohpoink-iu:!.-Milii-it-  i- uil.'  (J. W. I'\ CAltT  i-'oi-i siciiiii-. r..<'  T 11 OMAR    M c V 1 T T 1 K  Fori .Steele B.C.  I-'DIIT STKl.'l.l?   l)i;Vi:i,01"Mi:S'I'STNDIOATK l.TI  1:18 l,<;!idi!iiliuU Sl.rft-jt, I.omloii. l-'.n^lnml   '  N.  A. WALLINGER, FORT STEELE.  POST OPl-'ICK 1IOX li.  Tlie Winnipeg exhibition has 1  been a great success, no doubt, j  says the Nelson Economist, but j  jilst wait for the Nelson Pair.  .    i  ,, The regular yearly meeting of  the British' .Columbia Fruit  Cl rower's Association was held  in Nelson on Friday and ftatur-  dav of this week.'  .1. (i. CUMMINGS  CIVIL    ENGINEER  .   The   hill or   pari   of  last week  a 1 ,  there were hean\;y rains in tho  mountain^ east of Steele, and  the forest tires were about'ltll  extinguished in that section. }  New Buildings  Fine Grounds ;  Big Premium List  NOVEL  OPEN   AIR   ATTRACTIONS  -    Wriiu for \'rr/A- List,.'' '  J.'E. ANNABLE, Sec. Nelson, B.C.  WANTED  MERCHANT.  Forest | tiros are raging in  Southeast ICooteiiay. and are  particularly destructive along  the line of the Crow's Nest  railway.  ' .{. T. Laidlaw. P.L.S., who has  been surveying coal locations'on  Fording river for the past three  months, returned to Steele Mondav on a short visit.  .Jack    Thompson     and     Enii!  j Banks  came  down   from   Perry  j creek on Monday.     They'report  Provincial    Land   Surveyor I placer  operations as  active on  i the eroek  FORT   STEELE,   B.  C. j''"-".^.             -   '    A. W. Vowcll. superintendent  [of Indi'an affairs, is  expected   at,  ! Steele   next   week.     Before re  GEARY   &  DOYLE.  c        ��� 'turning to Victoria he will make  Livery, Feed & Sale Stable.   ;a trip through the famous Fiat-  Port, Stoole B.C ' hc''lrl country.  Ilcifuliir   Oui'ly   Stagu   meet-  ul!  i.riiin.i in l-'oi-t Sh'cjIu .lunction.  SAPIJI.1-: A  PACK FTORSKS  I KA.MINO Ol-"   VI.I    MNI1S A SI'KCIAI/n  Ci. Aucutt and B   F. Smith, of  ! Aurora.' 111., were guests af   the  Strathcona this week.      Messrs.  Aucutt   aud    Smith   are     large  stockholders   in   the   Bull Rivoi  WANTED IMMEDIATELY AGENTS.    P���vor and Light Co  A Local Salesman for Fort Steele  and Surrounding- Country to Represent   -   ,  'Canada's Greatest Nurseries'  ��� lie-...-. -.  Newei-d viirietie.-:. anil tipociciliik-s in  ITiirdy Kruits. Small Fruit*.1, Slii-ubs,  Oi-numuiitiil*. ;ui(l Kosos. A jiiirmaiioiit  siuiution, und'territory rohorvcrt for the.  right 111:111. Pay vvcukl.v. ! randsoino  Out lit t'rou. Writu for puriiouliii'o, and  ^ond 215 eonts I'm- our jiookct miuroscopu  just tho thing' to in u.\:iminin<>  ti-cu* and iilanis for insi-cts.  STONIO   &���  WKLblNiri'ON ,   '-  Konthill NurserLch  (Over 800 aoros)  TORONTO        - - ONTAKLO.  Shaving ��? Hair Dressing Parlor j  *  CRANBROOK  WILL   CELEBRATE  LABOR   DAY  Septeir]L)er 5, 1904  SAVE TIME  all' the   time  A  -*-1  "DD  J J  ^A  THE   GREATEST   CELEBRATION   EVER  .HELD   IN   THE   DISTRICT!  Tie making, Log^SiTwiTfgfT^og Cutting, Rock Drilling',  Loading Contest, Indian Pony and Foot Races,  Caledonian-Sports. ',  !  I  I!  i\  BY   USING  W^  M^  TO  SEATTLE,   TACOMA  ,   AND ALL,  \\  Paciiic   Coast   Poihts  ST. PAUL,  CHICAGO, NEW YORK,  g    Remember the Day and Watch for Large Bills, with Program!  %  AND  ALL POINTS  EAST  Palace and Tourist  Sleepers, Buffett  Library Cars, Modern  ,      Day Coaches.  Dining- Cars,'  MEALS   A   LA   CARTE.  To     -.-Il      i-'rni'i    iri-i���     I !;t.-|ibci-r\ . '  Vioo-tiboi-rv  iind   Currant',.  x'<: !      Ml>'    alld    M rs'    K    Ohlldleigll.  Hood imiv "wnklv:   (,.-.     Thci-. ', '-'ranbrook:    Mr.   (i. b.   Tapper.  ' Mr.   C.   15   Cochran and Mrs. P.  ; F.   F;ah.   Medicine  Hat,   Albt .  were   registered   at   the  Slrath-  , i-una Siiiiilav.  We have, undi-.r nultiviition. uvi-i ���*�������. | '        ii.-r.-.-, uf Xm-M.-rv   Siu.-k  iiH-lMdin-  ih. |     ciias Kevnolds camr   up   from  ���hoi.-.-M and 1h-m, vari.-ii^ f.,r < ir.-!,:in     (ill|; ,.}Ver on Sunday       He  is   biif   money   in   t h ir-i   work   for irn.-  um-rhy mon.  OVKIi line  ACKKS.  N'uvt toOi-lonliil Hutul  FORT    STEELE,    B,   C  o  .VI!   Kinds of 1-lnir Work  a   .Spuoiult.v  A.  .1. GliVY/.,    ���  , -    rKOLMtlHTOR.  ANDREW    NEIDIG  GONTRftGTOR     and    BUILDER  tlOOSK AND SKIN I'AIN'TIN'O  OALCIMINING and PAPKR HA NO I NO  I  Port   Steele  Meat  Market  Best   Meals   on   Wheels.  2I-'AST   'I'I!AINTS O  ICAS'I'  AND Wl'lS'l' DAI1.V    ^  T. ROBERTS. Proprietor.  Fres h and Sa 11 M ca Is A1 ways O n  Ha n d.  SPECIAL   EXCURSION    RATES  To Worlds Fair. St. Louis  YOUR CHOICE OF ROUTE.  I''oi-   full   |i|ii'lieiiliii'h,   niton.    foldoi-K  etc., uiilI mi ol- iiddro.-js.  S. C. YHUKliS, o.w.l'.A.,  Seattle.. Wnsli.  11. IJWAND'J'. o.i'. .* T.A., Spokuno.  :ind (Jm-iluil ]>1:liiIiili��. We will di-livci  "noila lo ciifilouier-   in   vfiMid   f-ctmlit irju  I re iu'lit paid. (Mir a^enus u;i\ e cm;i-.i  iidvaiiluye thai thi- Iiiii- of hn-iin-- eiu  oiler tlioiii.    Apply now for tornm.  i'i-:i.ii.\M xri:si-:i:v co'mi'a-nv.  M'oronln. ' inlin-io.  N.H.     Will    make   :ii-i-iiii^i..iih-iiI-   ,'-ii  liii-iil si^'iiiiey or for lhe haiiilliiiy   ol < ..  eiu>ive liji-i-itorii'-M. I'.X.l'ii.  NOTICE..  ..������TAICH N'O'l'li'i: i,li:M.<i,xly.iliij-;i iifii-r  .hit- i  .hLi-nil I" iipply Im; ;t sl'i-i'iiil llri-ibi: nii-ul   tin.  curry nwiiy iIimIh-i Ii-oiii I hi- tullnulii" 'l-.v.-rlli'-.'  IiiimIs In MiiiiIIi I-'hnI K'oiiti-iinv:  . ('iiiniiKiiii-iii): nl. u posipliinti-il in-in- thi- I'imi:  left on Monday for Tracy creek  .vlnji'e Ik- will do tin- annual  1-,-i'Ssmi'iit work on his mineral  ���biiiii.  f^ORT STURLB.   M.  C:  -��'.'*    All   work  promptly done. ;���'  Teacher Wanted.  Orange l^fe^at  5ave.A-Your'.G<>iip;bjft^ ������"?:$  '���      '.        AYYa ���'Yi* ���-A*&jiM'V<i:Ai&  ^ra^^C^feat:  C-AAnAideai' Breakfaat '���''.'  \iAN:v(.ii-:i:   'WANTKli  Ti-iirl.wortliy   liidi  '."r  'eeii't'lejiian    Id.  Cn-iik 'llyili-iiiillo   Minliii;   (')iiii|mny    i-alili-   nn y iiiili.-ieeAl inyiui-M^   jn    llii.i;   cnnnll-y   und  I'l.i-r.v  I'li-i'k,  n'liniii   nnivliiiir iiilit-  nbpvc  ill.���! .idj(iinin;.' territory for'we'll  :irid   favor;  fulls Hu; iv.-si, slik! nl rrei.-lt. jhi-in-c n.M i | ably   known   hou-e    of  solid    liii.-incial  niiii-. il'ii'iiri' nortii uiu- iiillc. iiu-iii-" riisi-iiin-| itaiuliiiir.'    f20.oiislraiA;li',   cash   salary  iMiil-on'' luiirili miIIi.'-." in I'cir.v '.'i-i-i-u. iui-iii-i! nil : .nnl   e.\(lenses   paid   eacli    Monday    hy  St. John's Church of'England.  'Services' will   be   held   in the.  Church of ASt.   John .. the   Divine  every Siinda,y"cvenin�� ad 7:;10 except on the third Sunday in each  month whenthe service   will   bo.J    hold at   II c,o'clock   a? in. i  i'   Koi-iliel-'ort s.eel(!  I Mhlic sCho..!, ,     H^ ��� .Corriinunioii   will be ad- |  j   Uili.-M loeniiiiiieiiee.after llie. hoJidayH.    H��i.Ills1 ered    lit    i lie   (dose Op- 1 he |  \ male leiichei- |iri'.ferred.    ..\p])ly t<'��       service.   ���' ��� " '   '  j !a  to       it. I.. 'I'.'-'Ai.iiKAi'i'ii. Secreiary.       ,Stra.n^ui-,s are welcoine,  j  '" ���" , ���       I'I(.i;-.Shy;'i'|.;kian (Imi.ik'cii..    ,    j i'kirty-winth year  Fori  StCCle ������.���'���'.���'.   ;     i>iviii�� Worship   will   be   held  Diamond JllbileC ;in     the: ''l.'resbyleria.n'   Church  Hospital      :('V',!,T  Sabbath    iriornii.^   at,    11 ! INDISf ^NSABLE  SHOR^WHE  YMWttW  tees.���  mm a ��� :  ���wax.���j^  [I  , I'l-rry Creole In pliicc  of  lii'Kiiiniiii.'. ' 'nitiiinlii  rtin sii'i-iic inure  or 1'-  ijitiKl ilil-. |(.I,h (lny nf June, II1M.  JlillOMK O. TUOW.  ���In-i-k direct from lii.-ad(|iiai-ler>  pen-e money advain-ed. I'osii.iim |>e.r-  iriiineiii. Address Manatii-r. SID Oimui  Lllock, (Jliiisii^o, Illinois.  O ClOClC.  This   IiihIiliition   has   hi.-e.n   i-eccnlly ,     '  , ���'. ,'...,���,        ,  eiilare'ed'tiyauewwinirwhichiH  now!     Sa.bba.fl. School i:vrry  Kiuidiiy  (ipuii  for: i-(.-(!.!|.t.i��.n of |iiitit!iit.H. '   h'or i in<>i'ifni��- tit. ten o'clock.  1 ami SCIENTIFIC !       S'oiir   iilitontion ���'is' willed   to     tlio  "I'ionee.r IJiiiifed" trains of tlio "Milwaukee it Si. I'.-nil Itailway." "Tho only  perfect, t.-riiiiw in tlio world."  Vou will Iind it, deHinihle to rido (.Mi  those trains v.'lienyo.inH' fo any point in  ���tlio Kasferii States or Canada. Thoy  eonnoet. with all Transcon tinea tal  Trains and all Ticket A^jntH soli.  liclie.l.H.  24 P.ijcs   :��� Weekly,   : : Illuslr.-itcd.  I onus ;ipjily to  .1. F. Smith, Se.i  (..Jl:  oir   practice  every   Thurs-  I-'ort Steele, H.C  a.y evenni"; at < -MO o'clock  YV   T  .loifNSTON,   Pas  tor,  TO MINING MEN.  $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.      '  '    KKNIl |f(lll |:^.M1-I.l! Cdl'V.  PRESS  MINING  310  Scientific  MARKET ST.. SAN TRATICISCO  For further information, paniphlotb,  -I.e. iislf II.MV Tii-kel,   Airfoil. rt,<  etc, as  k any Ticket, Atfoiit or  CAt.  It. L. KOI ID,  Pass. A (font,  SPOKANE  II. S,  KOW13,  (ienoral Agent,  PORTLAND  I  !���


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