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Array Library of Leg Ass  ��>'-��-��,K#55;S:-r;l':S':��:��'S;��'����*��'*!����'S'^  ���f- (J(,-t Your Jlnm-v'-, Worfli.   y  ��c- *                    *  jj"! I3.v Sulj-.cribin��- For             ^  �� The Phosi'kctojl              *  & *tr.  �� *  �� ,                        *  * *  * #  * Advert i-ino Thai Pay*.     *  f *���'    .  J I.- AOvcrrisiiijf In '���   *��  * *  * THJ-;   PROSl'KCTOK. *  * '     *  I  * #     ���  Vol. 7.  PORT STBBLB, B. C:, SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1901.  No 17.'  New Advertisements To-aay.  II. KorsliiiH-   C. J.'. Campbell  . 1 ����(,'(��� il  t     MINERAL FLOAT     J  til 0       *J  Some rich' samples of ore were  brought down from the  Stanley  .mine on Saturday last.  At present fthe 'North Star  mine is the only property in- tlie  district .maintaining a, regular  daily output.  Tho .exploration for fhe old  chsv nel placer deposits on Perry  "creek has become ,more certain  and safe in- its methods'during  the past few years.  Gus Theis who returned J'rom  Perry creek on Monday brought  down over ��000'in gold the re-'  suit of two mens work: during, a  little over twomonths. ���  The valiio of an experts opinion is sometimes to be measured  by fhe instructions given him to  _,, report.      ���%.  To avoid lhe claini -jumper, it,  is well lo conform lb the, strict  legal ��� requirements of staking  and marking boundaries."    &   ,  Tho bulk of the Canadian and  Mexican* leadi smelted in the  United, Slates find a market hi  Great Britain.  The North Star mine-is .reported to have large blocks of  ore in reserve. ,  Ar  strike    of   three   fee,f .of  graphite    is   reported . 'in   Hhe  ,Swansea, the ore carrying native  silver. "* -'./.  ' If Js reporte'd. that there is- six  - to eight inches  of gray' copper  ore-- in,'-'/the-' upraise;   on   the"  Stanley. - c  Work' is ' being 'pushed on the  Carbonate King claim.  The   placer   mines   on    Wild  Horse creek are being ."worked  with increased activity.  /"��� The silver lead production, of  the Province of 1S99 was doubled  in 1900.  Shipments   of ore   from   the  ���  Paradise   mine   is   now    being  regularly made.  During the month of February  Canada exported to the United  States 2,708,610 pounds of lead'  ore, valued at SI01,"1309.  Nelso Robertson and' Ben  Huckle,started for Horse Shoe  Canyon to' develop properly in  that vicinity.  Development of mining properties on Wild Horse creek'has  commenced.  Harry OlsOn with a number of  others are busy developing the  Carbonate King claim.  Last summer considerable  -work- was done on the John 13till  and Carbonate groups, which  are .situated on the north fork of  Wild Horse creek.  Arrangements are being made  for active work on the Golden  Five group.  war lie was taken prisoner on  the Kelock, afterward being released by intervention of the  United Stales government. lie  had Jived in Watertown the last  :'"> year.s 'of, his- life, and his  cheerful smile and good word  for every one will be missed.  Tlie funeral was Held Tuesday  aflernoon at 2A10 o'clock from  fhe Howard residence.���Water-  town Enterjiri.se.,  Captaiii Gardner Mosman, was  fhe father of Mrs. A. li. Grace  of Port Steele. , ���  > S-     - .-      -_   ���       '  GOVERNMENT'S  -RAILWAY POLICY.  GOLCEN-PESBY-CBEEK.  Koatenay Central Railway "Will Get  $4,000 Per Mile.        '  ,  .   tfii.000,000  POlt   RAILWAYS.  Victoria, April 2:',.���The 'government today introduced bv  message a bill defining its railway policy. The bill authorizes'  therf Lieutenant- governor,,'- in-  council to borrow any sum not  exceeding ��f),000,iR)0, lo hear in-  lercst atlheraleol >��i per, cent,  lhe money so borrowed to' be  used for the railway subsidies  and the construction of  a bridge  across fhcPraser river.  i ^  The-railway subsidies will , be  in aid of the'construction of the  following railways, in a sum not  exceeding ��-1.000 for each mile  of railway, of the uniform gnagp  of four, feel eight and one-half  inches: " ,        ,      ' , '  For, the Koolenay Con,!ral railway. Fort Steele Io Golden, -approximately one hundred, and  fifty'miles. .    " ,"��� ' ���  ,- - FoV'n railway from Hie Coast,  in the neighborhood oI" English  Bluff, near Point* "Roberts, 'via  Chilliwack andplJopc. 'to ' j\'fidr  way, Boundary crook' district,  approximately three hundred,,  and thirty miles. ,    0-  For a railway from fhe present terminus of lhe Esquimau &  Nanaimo railway, to the northern  end of Vancouver island, approximately two hundred and "forty  miles.  For' a railway from Rock  Creek ,to Vernon,- to connect with  the Shuswap & Okanagan railway, approximately one hundred  and twenty-five miles.  -   '  For a railway from fhe Coast,  at Kill mat, fo Hazelton, approximately one hundred miles.  Railway and Steamboats.  Commencing May 2nd, and  May nth from Fort. William, the  Canadian Pacific 1-iaUway Upper  Lake Steamers will resume regular trips,'on following -sclicdule:  Prom Owen Sound. S; S. Albcrla  Tuesday, S. S. Athabasca Thursday, S. S. Manitoba Saturday:  Prom Fort William S. S. Alha  bit sea Sunday, Manitoba Ttics-  a,nd Alberta ou Friday.  Rich   Strike   In   Old   Channel.���Pay.  Dirt Averaging- $5 to the Man.  Placer discoveries made in  ������old river channels" are reminders that possibilities of profitable  drift and hydraulic mining 'still  remain lo lie discovered and exploded in the Fort Steele district.  The Perry creek placers were  discovered' in fhe year 1 S7i">. At  this time the "old time miners,"  with their crude appliances removed a large amount of grave),  and during the ensuing years a  large amount of gold,, was taken-  out.   t  Since lhat time these placers  have boon worked year after  year by experienced ])lacer  miners who have made from !?f>  to ��10 per day to the man. The  deep gravel banks have been  tunnelled for' several 'thousand  feet. The explorat ion of these  old channel .deposits has become  more safe and certain in its  methods during recent years., ;  the Stanley is in l.~i0 feet, fhe  upraise is 1(5 feet, the lead was  struck in the upraise.. Work  will be resumed in a few days,  and the vein cross cut to ascertain its width.  CAKKJK  NATION.  Ben Huckle and Nelse Robin-  insou. on Saturday last,- left-  Fort Steele with supplies for  Horse Shoe Canyon, where they  will work on the Carrie Nation  group of mines.  CROW'S NEST SOUTHERN ROUTE  On  Perry  creek  the govern-  The Episcopal Synod.  At a meeting of the vestry of  St. John the Divine, held on  Monday last, the following were  elected as delegates to the nice! -  ing of fhe synod to be held at  Nelson, in June: Messrs. Gal-  braith, Armstrong and McVittie,  with Messrs. Downey, Miller and  Watson as alternates.  Obituary.  Capf.   Gardner  Mosman  died  Sunday morning at '.l.-ll  o'clock  daughter,  at the home of his  Mrs. Sarah-E. Howard. 7)0 Galen  street. Born at Hope, Massachusetts, February 22, 1818, he  lived a sea-faring life from early  youth, owning his own line of  coasters.     During  the  Mexican j Steele this .sumnit i  Building- of the Kootenay Central.  There is enough ore in siyht  in Ihe mountains east of Fort  Steele lo warrant, lhe building of  the Koolena,y Central Railway.  The Windermere district with  its high prude silver-lead mines  will rapidly for_,u to the front  upon the completion of the  Kootenay Gen Ira I Railway  Tho citizen.-, of Fort Steele  have unbounded I'aiUi in Ihe  future of the town. . The large  amount of prospective mining  done last year iu t his vicinity,  aud the building of the Kootcna,y  Central Railway will be fhe  means of rewarding Ihose who  have shown in such a practical  way their abiding faith in the  future metropolis of South |i"a.>t .  Kootenay.  There   can   be  hi tie doubt but,  that the revival of business   will  i  be a permanent f amiv   at    Fort  ment has leased several miles of  .placer ground which has been  worked systematically by means  of tunnels and drifts dui'ing the  winter 'months, the reason for  working iii fhe winter is to avoid  the high water which'occurs during the spring and summer. , ���  Tho. Thompson lease, situated  above fhe falls on Perry creek,  has been worked by" Messrs.  Theis iind Schilling.   They, have  drove  a,funnel,   carrying1  ar  20  - * ,t  fool breast, fJ10 feet through the  immense gravel bank at a depth  of .800'feet. The pay lead lias  averaged .^f) per day to.the man.  If,is said tliat llie ground ' is "an  idea,! situation for hydraulic  mining. l\t this point the falls  have .an elevation of 70 feet,  thus furnishing ample dumping  ground. A "ditch three miles in  lengLh can be brought down to  the liill overlooking the placers,  which would furnish, a water  pressure of ;100 foot fall. Timber  for all mining purposes is abundant, the water supply ample at  all times during the year. Mr.  Theis returned to Fort Steele on  Monday, with over $600 in gold  the result of two months work.  Below the falls, aud about two  miles above the old town; Mr.  Thompson aud Albert Banks  have been working during the  past winter. A-shaft has been  sunk SO foot. To enable them to  sink this shaft, a pump with a  capacity of some three gallons  pci minute, worked by a water  wheel has been installed. .The  la,sl four ieet of the shaft is in  gravel that will average ��9 to  the cubic yard. If is expected  that bed rock will be encountered inside 'of ten feet. As soon  as bed rock is reached a cleanup will-be made. A water wheel  for hoisting the gravel is to be  installed. The shaft on this  lease is the deepest shaft ever  sunk on Perry creek. , The "old  channel" in which this shaft has  r aclu d has never been worked  and it is expected to be rich in  gold.   Registered at the Imperial.  P.   McL Forin,   C.   E.   Gillam  and Dr. Roddick. Rossland: Chas  Estinere, Kimberley; F. Shilling  Perry  creek:   George Lewis, .1.  .1.   Hunter,    Miss    Loilch,   Miss  Grant,   0.     Campbell,     George  Breniner,   W.   S.   Keary and W  F. Gnrd.' Cranbrook:  V.   Desaul  iner. A. P. McDonald   and W. .1  Carr. Moyio.  Engineers   Are   Cross   Sectioning.--  , Actual    Construction   Will   Commence.���The Steamer  North-Star  In Commission.  I-'i-oin Our On n Coi ruspunileiil.  " Kalispell, April 24.-r���The. new  railway to the International  boundaiy'is now an assured fact,  and the/.expectation is that before ,another year the Crow's  Nest Coal Company rwill be  shipping large quantities of coal  into Montana. Idaho and Wash-  ingtcTn. ��� ���     , "  When the actual construction  of the railway begins, all along  the route from Jennings to  Tobacco Plains will be tlie scene  of considerable activity.  The second corps of engineers  have commenced cross sectioning, and as soon as sufficient  progress is made-contracts for  the constructio.il will be let.  ? Contracts have already been  let for the hauling of supplies to  the surveying camps along the  river. , ���        .  The steamer North Star is  also being-overhauled for immediate use, and as soon as grade  contracts are let, will be placed  in commission and used,to trans-,  port supplies while 'the road is  under construction.  ' 'Press reports' from St. Paul  relative to the Crow's Nest road  sp'eak of it as building from  Kalispell north; but viewed from  here the prospect don't look very  rosyv- The Jennings route' having the inside at present.  vTTTTTTTTTTTTnTTfTmTTTnTTTTTTTTnTTTTfTTTnTT-;-  I    Our Mouie Letter,    I  c  - '   .a  ���*������* ��� a  t        A Weekly Hwlj-et from ������Tin-   '3  ����� Silver City."    liy   Om-   Special    a  Corrc.-poiiduiit.- 3  -:-uUiiiiiiiiiuiiiUAAUUUiiUiiUiiuuiiUii-:~  ST.  KUdEXK.  The St. Eugene mine commenced shipping again this  week, and is shipping large  quantities daily as they expect  to ship 1500 tons by the end of  fhe month. .During the close  down there are about sixty men  working, so that if the mine does  not 'start up for a 'few" weeks  Moyie will still have a payroll.,  It is rumored that fhe mill is to  run two or three days each week  and ore taken' from one of the  dumps run through, in, all  probability thi.s is what, will be  done and will be .continued until  the mine opens up in full force.  Tlie St. Eugene is too good a  property to be closed down. r,  THE WATEUWOKKS.  On Campbell creek, a' very  short distance from town, is the  dam belonging to the Moyie  Waterworks Company: It is  built between two high walls of  rock   at   the   lower   end   of   a  next Sunday evening.  Rev.   Mr.  Gregg is to preach.  .J'-J  Contracts-Let.  The    wagon    road     through'  Westport is to  be  repaired   and  put in good condition.  Contracts  have been let to Geary and Doyle  for the repairing and  changing  of two bridges, also the furnpik-  ing of a portion of the road.    W. '  P. Henry has also secured a contract for turnpiking a portion of.  said road. >���-,  LruxrvqiyuinruyM'irinjyiJTrinn,  l\ Late Telegraphic,News f  JS."  natural ' basin.  Pollard has had si force of men  working on the dam for some  time and expects to have it completed by the first of May. The  creek affords the best water, and  in a short time Moyie will have  as complete a water system as  any town in the Kootenays. ' ���  SAWMn.r..  ���The new sawmill which is to  be,built by Grant <fc Shady is to  be located between the- C. P. R.  Oxrui/iruin/uui/iji/uiJfiK/utn^tfiHlanJia  Special to Thk 1'kosi��b��toii.  c Victoria, April 27..���A government caucus was held this morning on the estimates. If was attended by the kickers. Indications point to a Liberal-Labor  combination under Curtis and  the affiliation of this wing with  the discontented government  supporters.  Victoria, April 25.���Government members held a caucus this  morning and arranged to modify  fhe railway bill to meet the  wishes of bolting members.'  Victoria, April :>r>.���Op'poneuts  of the Champerty bill now before the house, standing in the  name of Martin but endorsed  Contractor-and   supported   by tke   goveru-  East Kootenay Stock.  Ahked.  ('row's N est Coal.....   $,SH.OO  North Star..'.:  78  Sullivan -   9  Silver-lead Quotations.  I Jar Silver ;.   ...  Mexican dollars   Lead   Copper '   Uid.  ���H80.00  li")  81  'fiOJ  ,18+  ' 4.37i  ���Hi. nil  Marked activity is noticed in  mining circles.       ,  The, tone of general business  has improved this week.  The railroad bond market was  active this week.  The coal market is fairly active and prices are firm.  -The demand for coke was very  active, though not up to the production.    Card of Thanks.'" "  ,l<]DITOIi Pkospeotok.  I wish through your columns  to express my gratitude for the  great kindness shown to me in  my sickness to Mr. and Mrs.  Miller and Mr. Galbraith, the  ladies of Fort Steele, and also  for fhe kind treatment and care  I received from Mrs. Henry,  matron '"The Diamond Jubilee  Hospital", everything that could  be done for me was done.  Yours respectfully,  WinVAKD  Webbkr  W.MtliKN  station and the St. Eugene concentrator. Work of framing  the timber for the mill will,commence at once^and by June 1st  it is expected thai, the mill will  be in operation. They intend  purchasing a steam tug in Nelson to Viui ou Moyie lake to  bring their logs from tlio Upper  lake to theii mill. ,  Ml*IK'S  MILL.  Is-now ready for work having  had a thorough overhauling.  Mr. Muir has had a number of  men cutting logs all winter down  below Moyelle and last week  they were driven to fhe mill in  two large booms. As the lake  is now free of ice�� work at the  mill will commence at once.  THK   BOATirOUSE.  ��� Since the ice left the lake Mr.  Grant has been doing a thriving  business with his pleasure boats.  He came to Moyie the first of  the year and since then has made  a number of boats. He now has  eight or ten first class boats and  that the people of Moyie appreciate them is seen any evening  by taking a look at tlie lake.  GENERAL  NEWS. ���    .  Reid and Campbell have been  making improvements in then-  store and now have a very  attractive looking front.  Tom Rader the owner of the  Aurora mine returned on Tuesday from a trip to Spokane.  ment.    managed    to   score   this  afternoon in the committee when  they   succeeded   in having pro- '  visions inserted in thcbill which  entirely destroys  the, spirit   of  the measure.      Kidd offered an  amendment which provided that  under   the  Champerty   arrangement   a   lawyer   would not   be  allowed rto   exact, greater   fees��.-  thau -those  provided   for iu the ,  present legal scale.     This'mani-.  test  protection  for   the   public,  met the viewsof .many members  who had "supported the  bill,'"and1  it was 'inserted   notwithstanding  thatk Martin ' protested   that   it  killed the bill.  Helmcken's bilL declaring for  competitive railways stood over  today by request of the government, which is making, overtures to reconcile the mutinous  members. ,   '  The government will probably ,  conseut fo an   extra  session  for  awarding  of  the- contracts,   in--  stead   of reserving said   power  for the Governor in Council.  Victoria, April 1*4.���British  Columbia is a gain in the throes  of ,a political disis, brought  about by the government's bill  to borrow five million dollars to  subsidize railways in the province. Many of the governments  supporters wanted it explicitly  stated ~ that fhe subsidy for the  line from the Coast -to-Midway .  would be given to a company independent of cthe C. P. R.. but" '  the government bill leaves it to  the government to say what  company the subsidy shall be  given to, the object being to  make the best bargain possible.  Messrs Helmcken. McPhillips  and Garden-have come out in opposition to the governments  policy. On Thursday Mr. Hel-^  incken moved a want of conii-,  deuce motion, favoring the construction of the Coast-to-Kootenay railway by an independant  company. This will show how  fhe house stands ou the question  Joe Martin, leader of the opposition, i.s supporting the gov-  I MINING NEWS.  STANLEY  Wm h'or.^yth returned from  '"racy Creole on Saturday last,  lie  reports   thai   thr   tunnel on  The mining interests of the  Province are in the hands of  Messrs. Taylor, Rogers, the two  Smiths, Green, Houston, Pulton  and Ellison.  New York,   April 2J3.���Daniel  eminent   bill,   and   he  is   being  Dr. Barber has been in   Moyie j followed bv Messrs. Brown. Mc-  the past   week on   professional I innes  and" Stables of tlie oppo-  jsitiou party.  business.  AVilh the support of three  members of lhe opposition it is  expected   that   fhe   govern men ;-  Michael   Shady     returned    to  Moyie from St. Paul last week.  There i.s to be an election  of  Fire   Wardens  on   May   2nd    jn | will curry its bill.  Moyie. |     Smith   Curtis  says  tliat he is  Thomas Christian   is again in jno��� ,^r a   memUor OJ'  Ilie ��� '  Moyie  in   the  employ of Hill ��lClrl,,0(1 <>PP��^on.     As  a result-  jolj "      . ; of Curtis   deflection.   Curtis.   E. ���  C. Smith. Oliver.  Neil,   Munroiv  Miss   .Josephine    Higgins left  K'idtl   and   Hawthornwaite.   will  Guggenheim  was   elected chair-  for a visit 1o RP��kano last Safnr- fonn ;l "Libera! Labor Party,  man,   and   Simon   Guggenheim cla-V- .    The   Crow's    Nest   Southern  secretary of the American Smelt-'    The   Odd   Fellows   of  Moyie Railway   passed   ils   third   and  in,'and Reining Company. will  attend service   in   a   body final reading tonight.  , .1- THE  PROSPECTOR,  FORT STEELE, Ti. G, APRIL 27,  1901.
A, B. Grace,
PUBLISHER    AND    EDITOR.
THE PROSPECTOR, is published
•very Saturday, aud has u guaranteed
circulation larger than any other paper
la Kast Kootenay. It is all home Printed
and contains double the news of any
other paper in the district.
As  an  ad\crtising  incdir-.m  it   is un
excelled. —
Devoted to the upbuilding of Fort Steele, the
development of the vast mineral resources of
the East ICootenay mining district.
Subscriptions f 2.00 per yeai
Advertising rates made known on application.
Contributions are solicited from ull parts of the
ftitrlct, but all matter intended for publication
suit have the writer's signature.
TUIC PAPPR Is Icept on tile at theudver-
ln,v rf»rfcfl Using agency nf Alaxander
ACo., Suite F.. First National Bank liuildinir,
Spokane. Wash., where contracts can be made
for It.
Thie    Dinar   's   kept   on   tile  at   E.   C.
im»  rapei   i>ake-s  Adveni>iiw
Atencr, 84 aud 6S Merchants KxcliiuiKU, San
Francisco. California, where contracts for, ad-
rertUlng can be made for it.
This Paper &*■£ *&lilc at the
Wc-
New.spapt.-r   Ail-
retlilnir   Agency.-  Montreal,   where contracts
for»dvertfslng can be made for it.
This Pa*»er'
•tore, Spokane, Wash.
I.s on sale at    J.    W.
Oraham £   \.'o's   book
©he \j$X0#pext0x
SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1901.
."No  Enemies  to Punish—So
Special Friends to Serve.,:, ■„
^HE residents of the  Fort
Steele  Mining  Division
■ , of    South   East-   Kootenay    all
"  agree in saying tliat the  site  of
the town" of Fort Steele is one of
the most' beautiful and  healthful
iu the world,—therefore  an  ex-'
cellent place of residence." They
also are certain that in the main
range of  the  Rocky mountains
within a short distance  of Fort
Steele,   there   is  a mineral district of great richness, that must
always give  employment   (fo "a
large number, of men, and  scope
for the  investmeMt   of   capital.
They   also 'believe    that    Fort
Steele is so-situated that it'is the
.natural   emporium   of .business
for the district.
i *       *       -X-  ,
a '.   -,
, There is no better field for the
prospector than the Fort Steele
' mining division, there' seems to
, be no, part "of the district but has
/'its mineral belt or zone. The
Rockies on the east, theSelkirks
on the west, from the inter-
national boundary on the south
to beyond the Windermere district on the north, this 'wonderful mineral region has been and
is being explored. Exploitation
has demonstrated that all of the
precious and ' useful ° minerals
exists in this district, and yet
we can say that the country has
been butsuperfically examined^
that he knows was dOiic".' lie
claims that he has never received
his wages, this is also untrue,
as the company holds his receipt
in full for wages paid". A.s the
Outcrop says, "there ixra two
sides of the question.*' Yes!
•'right aud wrong".., ' The statement that $."100 worth of work
was done on the Old Abo, is untrue, over •i'.VlOO worth of work-
has been performed. Mr. Mc-
Keeman's offer to release his
jumped title for £17.") is the only
true fact and reason for his
jumping the Old Abo.
If tho editor of the Outcrop,
looking for the other side of the
story, will make a few inquiries
in relation to the Payslone deal,
made by Mr. McKeeinan aud
parties at Windermere. the information may bo of use when!
writing "points for the courts to
decide1'. . ' [
The British Government has |
adopted the protective principal'!
to some extent, a duty is ini-j
posed on coal exported, and on j
sugar, molasses and other im-I
ports. , |,
The situation in the lead niin- j
ing industry of the'1 Province
grows more serious. It is an i
nounced that the American I
Smelting Company has reduced;'
the basis of the settling price for-:
lead from £4 to -s>:Lv'0.       ,      , }
Colonel     Steele    denied     the j
story that Lord Strathcona   had
given' him   s-Ju.t'Oo  f01-   his- sor- '
vices   in    South     Africa     with;
Strathcona's Horse1. I
Hi*
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Headauariers   for   Mining   and   Commercial   IKCeh
The
Hotel
All    Modern     Conveniences'.
FORT    STEELE,   B.   C.
Large    Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.
ten fa Hole
Now  is   the  time to pay your i
subscription, raud.   The , Piios-
pectok man will be  pleased   tot'
give you a receipt for the same,  i
H. W.
DREW,
.   Proprietor.'
fort Steele.
WAXTKD-TltUdT^'OKTHY MKN ;
ASD WOMEN to travel and advortisi-1
foi' old edtublishcd hou.se of .solid liiiiin- j
cial stiindiii"-. Salary -"-T.'O a year and i
I-xpontics, nil payable in ca-sh. Xo wui-J
va.shiny required. Give refereureo and J
fiiclo-se nolf udilrussod suimped' eo-1
velope. Address Manasicr. o-m Caxtou !
Hldjj.. (Jhioajro.
0
i Star lie
o-
SOUTH    KAST     KOOTKNWY
OISTKICT.
Notiok   is   hereby    tfiveii
LJ0KXS1".
"    '   "/ mii'iI in 'mi) haste, till men ari'Jiirsf"
P.tidm exui.. IL
The Outcrop of last week has
an article" under the head of
j'The Old Abe Re-stalced,— As
Pacts Appear".
The article states The Prospector severely called down Mr.
Robert McKeeman, and accused
him of jumping the Old Abe.
The Pkospector- did not accuse anyone, in fact did not
[ mention- a single name in connection with the affair. We
stated that the Old Abe was
jumped, also the grounds for
said 'jumping, and quoted the
law as provided by the statutes
in such case. If Mr. McKeeman
did jump the Old Abe, and which
he acknowledges that he did, in
the Outcrop article, he simply
accuses himself.
The true  facts  in the matter
are as follows.      "Mr.   McKee-
, man knowingly jumped the  Old
Abe.    Upon his arrival   at   Port
Steele    from    Windermere. ,he
looked  up  the  records    at   the
government office and found that
the work was not recorded.   The
-,-. work was done, and  done  while
he  was foreman   at   the   wiine,
•Why did he, a.s a, stockholder not
record the work'!   he  knew  the
work   was  done.      He, met  the
attorney -of   the   company,   why
did   he not  tell    him   that   the
record was not made.     M r.   McKeeman at one   time   held   i'.lVOO
shares of  Old   Abe  stock, sold
1,500,   and   now  holds 1,000.    If
he  wished   to   protect  himself,
why  dobs  he   not   record   work
llini .TuLKs.
II mtix of Toliacco Plains luis madu applicauou
miller llio piovisions ol llie "I.kiuor rjicensc
Aci, V.'OO. ' for a license io retail liquor on the
premises known as the Toljaceo Plains Hotel,
at. Tobacco Plains. H.O.
A meeting ot llio Hoard ol r.u-eiiseCommis-
sioneis will lie held at Cranbrook. April iT. to
consider saiil application *
II. W. Uahnks.   '•
Chief License Inspector.
Dated l-'orl Steele April.   IS   1001.      '
Kirnlberley,   B. G.
"Finest T_iiquors  and   Cigars.
Best Furnished 'Rooms in
Town, *    * ' *    * ■ » • «    -
H. W. Drew,
PROPRIETOR.
McBride Bro's,
* "'-'    '   ' '" , ;   '■
Shell f Heavy Hardware
. ;        -I    .
Stoves, Graniteware,
Tinware
Powder, Fuse, Caps
Paints and Oils i
•. Sheet metal work of all kinds
promptly executed.
nis-
SOU'l'll KAST KOOTENAY MCKN'SR
,' TRICT.
NOTICE is hereby Kiven that Aimk Cami'-
iiki.i. of Kimbeiley. has made applieutioii under the provisions of the -Liquor License Aci
11100," for the transfer of the liquor license he.ld
by Jules liurel of the Ivimberley Hotel Kimberley. U.'C.   " (
A meetini! of the Hoard of License Cominis-
,sioners will beheld at Cranbrook, April -27. to
consider said application,    c
H. W. HARNES.
Chief License Inspector.
D.ued Kost.Steele April 13. 1901.
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AND
Jewklkh.
KiiLTiivinir-.
Hivijjr-itlf .\\i-mii-
Fori Sti.-t/lf.  |{. < '.
Port    Steele
rewittg
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. ' FORT STEELE, - B. C. ,     '
IfANCJFACTUIfERS     and     P.REWUUS    OF    EXTRA    FTNE
Fort Steele
Meat Market
FRESH -and
SALT   MEATS
ON HAND.
AL/VvAYS
R. W. ROGERS, Proprietor.
Presh T-lalibut.   Salmon, Salmon Trout, Bologna Sausage,
Puller'nnd Egg's.    Fish and Game in Season.
BEER
PORTER
Homo Wo.-k- orpfitable-congenial—
easy—on now olan. Be your own
workmaster in your own home!
<«nd>our».ldrrijoii,^„t,jir,lanrt we will qeinl rim nurticit
l\Tt     Frof-LL « SV Mm 4Tr. Dipt C. IJO i 0li(-. Si . Toronto.
The D. & L.
EMULSION
The D. & L.   EMULSION
EMULSION
leading phyiilciant
1% thn 1.--M .-irifl nio.t pnUi.ihlr: preparation of
C.wl l.iy'-rOll,»»r':eini: wlththu nio:,tdelicate
stomjcfai.. l     ,
The D. & L
I ••  prr-p.cribcd by  th«
Canada.
The D. &  L. EMULSION
II 3 rnarvellculr. fli.sli pniillimr aiid will -;ivc
yi-a-:iii appRtiti:.   SOc. & JI perButtle!
;P -urn you Krt [    DAVIS & '.LA.WKK.VGE
!!, : ueimliia     | CO., l.lmitril, Mont
SOLD    BY    THE   BARREL,    KEG    OR    BOTTLED
Hot tied beer for family use a specialty
OUTR1DK OttDRIIN CtVEN" SrriiICT j* PltOMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ^^S^l",
Mutz & Scott, Prop's.
Fort Steele
and
Kimberley.
JUST    RECEIVED
ni
p-pp^^'UMADE^FR-OMp-?
BLEfJD^D HARD WhEAT •
CALGARY FLDUR
WANTED:
ACI'N'I
or   I'oii
lie', sale-   of   lm'rclv
SnuiN    fruits
«.;tv.
StecJr
\ -.- .
lines  o
<>r
Stock,
shrill's
lo ■ ■'. •
ernis iioeni
;ui.d ' vieimt)
f Sl.;ind;ii*d lrruit
Onirimcnt'il    trees,
A])|)ly ij'ii'iw'
"PELHA'M  NURSERY COMPANY.
Toronto, Ont.
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Assorted C;ir of Best Rninds of 1'lonr   nnd    Meals.   iHc.
l-'lour. Psitout llun^';ii'i;in anil Strong- linker.
K'oilod Outs, Craclvod Wheat. Wheatletts,
Cornineal, Buckwheat Plour, Split Peas,
Navy   Rcans.   Lima Beans, Pot Barley,
elc.
Bran     Chops     Shorts     Oats     Hay.
Fleetwood Tea. a pure article imported direct from Ceylon"
try it once and you will use no other. =-
'     Fresh  Breakfast Bacon,   Hams and   Dry Salt Side Bacon,
Butter and Eg-j^s. . .     ,     p
POTATOES-::>ind   CARROTS
•"'-.'•■•',•'■-.'.' ;    ■     ' '■■ '-,'.--- .■.-'■■■■■ '    '       '
FlUEWOOD all. lengths to suit all stoves. ;      ;p   ■ ....;--   -
".    THE' ';'FORT, ' STEELE--".-'"'U
FLOUR and FEED STORE
E, C. MILLER, Proprietor POST OFFICE BOX 836.
i-W'l   All goods guaranteed and prices also as being correct.
Send in orders. p
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PS     1 : TUB PROSPECTOR,' FORT STEELE, B. 0.,  1901.  3?#  THE  hi  H. REINEMAN, Proprietor  Port Steele, B. C.  Largest and Most Complete Hotel In South Bast Kootenay  r> ' ' ��� > _       s ��� , <, , ,       ��� ' , ��� ' 1=  ' '' I  ALL   MODERN   CONVENIENCES  Sample Rooms - f of - Commercial Men;  Headquarters for Mining Men.  KIM  EY  Tlie   Coming   Town-'; of. East  Kootenay.  Near tlie famous  North Star  . / ' ''   <<1  and Sullivan Mines  ^  A Limited Number of Xaols for Sale  at Prices Ranging from  " - ��  $125    To    $400  NOW   IS  of the year.  THE TIME TO BUY as prices will be advanced the first  Apply to  Land Commissioner, C. P. R.  Winnipeg, Man., or to  BEALE <& ELWELL  Fort Steele and Kimberley,  KIMBERLEY.  KOVflL  HOTEL  KIMBERLEY, B. C.  Tin1 Finchl Ijiqu'irs ami  (Jiy.u-h ami lli-hl, Kni-niilii'il  tinnm-, in Town.  c  J.   I .   (iATES,   Prop.  "ADVERTISE.  IN  THE PROSPECTOR.  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  t>  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c >  Anyone setullii^ a sketch and rtescrinlkm imiy  quickly jisficrtain our opinion free wiioMier an  \ invention is probultlr patentable.   Ooitiintmicii-  i ions nf rict ly coiittdenMiil. Handbook on 1'Hl.ciits'  Mint free. Oldest agency forwt'ourintf pntcnis.  I'nicnlrt taken through jVImin A- Co. reeelve  spn'Utl notice, without elinrire, in the  Scktttif ic flfmencan;  A handsomely illustrated weekly. ..Lnrcest cir-  ���Milatiou of any fieientltlc jourmil. Terms, ?H��  vear: four moiiilia, $1. Sold by all newsdealers.  MUNN & Co.36,BroadW^ New York  Branch Outce. Cfli V St., Washington. I). C.  |i$$SE WHO  USE  ALGARY FLDUR  ifejtll^PO ANY OTHER  BIGYGLEUHlFREE  ^'"W^ijto.^nradtl.-os;, WITHOUT A CENT IN ADVANCE.  afiHU ^US YOUR ORDER, statu u lietlu-i-you wish lndr'soi-niiui'-i  ��n��ul: Kitucnlm. holKht ol tiaine. and Ke.ii-u.-iiuoil and \VK WILL >.||||>  IIII. U 11KLL 0. O. II. on uppioMl). allowing ,i mi t,i unci.iti- .mil e\-  lunine ii Hilly heron- } ou iua'|il it II It K not .ill .ind inou-lli.-ui we  claim font, and 11 beKei \\ lioc-1 tli.111 Mm can iri-t lot nut tt lmt-nt 111 111,-  ])i io- limn any one, else. 1 el use It anil we uii] ),.iy .ill exmoss eh iij-l-i  ouim-iu-s. The "MONTROSE" Bicycle d;* /"��. i=.C\  !,lt.,��"r Spj-ciul Apc-iit's sample iirit-i- <il "4> I Oi2ii  Inllieirieulesl iMiiniin In a Im-jclo i-vi-i offered     \\ 1- kimi.,,,11 eM ..., 1.. I  More Home Knitters Wanted  THE  HOME   -  MONEY  MAKER  To Work at Their Homas,  :Under the Direction of  THE PEOPLES KNITTING  SYNDICATE, limited.  MCKINNON BLDG. TORON.VO.  To Fill Large Contracts-Good Wages  Easily Earned.  . Machine weighs 17 uoundi.  It 11 mora won  derful than a-iawlng- meohlne, jutt  .ae durable, and higher.apart.  OUR  :We want a few more workers ih this  locality, at once, and in order to secure >  your oo-operation without the ciciay of  correspondence, we herewith explain  our full plan,in this .advertisement.  The work Js simple, and the Machine  is easily operated, and with the Guide,  roquireSsno teacher.   If you wish to  Join our staff of Workers let us hear from you  promptly with the Contract, order form, and remittance, as a guarantee, and we will  send  machine and outfit to begin work at once.   L  METHOD   OF   DOING   BUSINESS  lli.tt we may know  We wish to secure the services of families 10 Jo knittin ;  for us hi their home*. Om method is ilu- .-.inm as :i.i.jL.-.t;d  In Kliifc'laiul. We are Hie introducers of this plan nml ih.��  kirneM     knitting-    concern   in   Can.uia.  ���Alter Ions; experience,' we ilistvu been .lI>1<- In produce :in  Aulomalic Ma.ehine.J->>' which all kinds nf se.iiiiie.-." Kn 1-,  lint; is now done by our Family Machine-, ilicivhj cn.il'Pn.;  an.\oue of ordinary intelligence to (iimlsly learn lo do tlie  work from the I n�� I ruction Guide. All ��e reunite Is ll-at  vou use the machine according lo <]iic<-iinii��. Tin: .M.-iclilin*,  beins made exprc-sly, fur ihis purp-j-i-. and tlie opera mm  so   simple*,   it   cannoi  possibly m.ihe a   nmlako In  lis   win I;  The creal demand now is for IJievele SlocliiliK.s. Woodmen'*, Socks, find MnUirmen's Aliitens, and as ��-p are unable to supply llie d'-ni.ind, have taken this method or advertising   for'  more   help. -   - ^ ,  The law export tuide to the Norlh-wesl Territories.  Brilish Columbia, and the British Colonies, furnishes an unlimited demand for our poods, and, with lhe combined cooperation nl Ihe many families we aie employinjr. together  with the larffP anio'Jtil ol kriiillut: ��i- are able to turn out,  hy which we save rents, insiirati.-e. inteii-st on capital, etc..  enables 'i.s to nn(lcri,,ll any m.-iiiin'.-icliireis of this class of  Roods, and we have sale lor all the knillhiK we can li.-ivn  turned   out. - -  The   price   we   jmv for    finished    bicycle   .stockings   is   Jio.ilu  hundred,    or    at  lhe   rate   of   Wo    per    pair;   -woodmen's  with whom  1L\  pair.  All   nthe  one   of   a    fa mil v.  should   lie   able   to  and  in   lime  be a source of  to.inv*lii win el ���i, tin- 111.11l.el.il nil }<iu ni-i-d 11,,I mi-i-pl ,1 ii,,,-,,,, ,,  VrVvi'-.'-V';!!!" ''.'"'-"-i"1-"   ����� .iit-i:x��'i.i".n i: hk-k-i.i:  ��f..M,.1..\V.'..'.!;.1:,{s   "'"'  luU' ,hl- '"I'llii-I -'I itnlikly    ���nliii-nu'  om moo jiiiiii:i,v   rin- oiii-i oi �� -..iiniiii- ��lu-t 1.11 tiiisi..�� liu h  iii-ilolosciine 'i RIDER  A GENT 111 i-.i.-li tunn t,. ir ,tu<  anil una ouIcls.   Out ii^c-nt-. nitil.i-nmiii i I i-,i  SPFOIPIfiATIflHQ   1''"1 -��� ai'oi'-i.rm-ii. i.kIh-s .jiniii  i-.ist  OrClrirlUH I lUrlOl  M��-lln s, imlis   luliliiKnin ���,,!, ,���,.  lions llnsli 1<i|ii(s, iiii|noM>il I'vpuinli-i ili-iiie to l.is|,.M sihi,j���,s| .mil  li.iiiille I'.111 H(,.\.iIah.Iii.-k,vhi. lhe t1lel11.1H.1i Jin ti,. Iiiilisiinii limu'd'���  tlic ensli-st niiinliii; kiKiwn-, llmir.1 "A" limn. It,,, ;���-,/ ,1,1,1 nnu olllui  niosttivxiionslveliivsuii l.hi-inarlit-t. The ifenulne *l Mt-��liiirt-r Htirit-iili-  siKlillu; |>t-ilnl..,ti>ol,Hiiiiil n,-(}i;����>rli'9 the lit-sl; flilniiiiihlo. l-lniuii.-li-il In  ilack. iimmnn 01-1-nm-li Bi-eeii.,lii|;lil.r flnlslicd and m-ninnmitcil; si-n-lnl  lliilslied iik-kclliit; mi it II Inlnlit |mrt��. Wo ihinoui-lilv lest i-t-i-iv i.ii-c,-.  01 inuli-rnil Unit K"t;�� im.i (his iniit-hhie. Om- liinillinr v,,|ir'i.'i?iiiir.  niilt-u Iioih] w-llli viittli lilt-rt-lu. j..  FRFF tunny oiie.H.-iilllii|j;l.|ie if lil.r.o kisIi in full will, onlei-'we will  I  IIUL. noikI fret-n'pri ine llnriliek ...  int.-l.et-: oi-it lilfcli ^i-itite llo,,f puinii.    V  ln-rlei-tl.v wtUsllfil. ,    .  fiHFAP    K/MFFi C'-  Wu do. not, niniiiir:i<<l.lli-<! tlie elien, pnif,  ,._,���.,., ,  ,.,- ����������������      fimbCUO. inentston; Idnd i,r tvltt-el.s. (.in-h us iininy lieu-  wvev *"      J- ,";'���s",l'1;l-v ''('"��-�� advertise iind sell its- 1,1,-h im    We e������ runiir.li lln-i.i.  mS.m      hi;   ��� *' iM?i.��l'iW'1'.' '.V M-7.n "' HI--'-��� ,.-oi,.,,le(e.    We, ill. not lr���.-,f.-���,l,.-i- ll.il- reei.tn-  nioiirl lliein.     Hl-.l' OIJK. (IRIIKKIX; a,l,ievi-li- of iiltv one else, un niiitlet- tvli.i ���t- how  \���v '.',' Y.r.,!m ��"."��'J<-'t "ltcU -vo" '"'���' "�����;��-���'" w emi siive j-.ni on Ihe w nt.-ieliitie.  .;,-      UNABLF  tn   RHY awl'��-l wl!, ,.,i���as.si.st.v���tl1o I-IHX A mcVC-I.IC hyilis-  ��,, ...,M, In.vnl-n,. fl,|u ,���'���,.. I 7   IfZ. i . V ' , tl-ilnH,llip c:tt;i lollies f,,r lis- n few dll.vd.    Wutk-eilt'ilK-l.t-I'Mill  fc-i I' Wo. I* i 1,,'i e i ^<\]"IVC' "t-venil Imndm SKCONll HASH WHEELS taken In untie whieli wc  ���iilliV itVf i iliii i-i-vl!.V":'1; ".'I-0 ��0'"����!'VI'V-un> samples and '-ill models very elienp. Senil lor lliin.-.i.. l.t.l.  fiu,v���a ^nmeint- We willJS,^"S'l*?; e'c'r>''' to n"tv lj��"k* or l"'-*-����es�� House In CliieiiBn-. or any e.V|..v��s or  irJ....;   uJf ���&   >.��U,��"i ���   '" ''"''iV''''' "J ''.cfei-eiico direct from Ihu hnwi.t lianks in Chleni-o If vou wind It.  ���SEND YOUR ORDJRttlitd^1?^^  |    J* L. MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, Chicago?w.  net     -..,  sneks.   .->(-.   and   moto'niens   tnluen  work,   In     prnpoi tion    to   size.  The   machine   can   "e   operated   by   any  and-.at^.cur   prices   a ">'   enersellc   family  sustain     themselves,   comfortably  Independent    ronifor'-  Our plan is to send mil each machine to hepinners wilh  a sock or stocking p.irllally knitted, and remainlnsr in the  machine readv'tn he continued, and also enough yarn to  knit one pair of sample socks or si tickings and a simple  ' and complete Instruction Cluidc. --howinu how the work i<= |  to be done. When 'he samples. ha\e been finished and  returned to ii<"'��nti-�� factory, we send a ipiantlty of yarn,  ���which vou knit nnd lelurn likewise- when- finished. Wo  prepnv' charaes on all work one way. aud our workers piy  return ohm-jres. The ��uik. as we h.t\e .slated. Is sinnde and  rnnldlv don-, the nnchine li.ivlm: n capicily of ten thousand stitches a minute. \\',, have nvinv persoi-.�� now in our  i-mnlov who can^cni, from I weni\-five to thirlv ^ pairs of  socks or siooklnK-s a day. and where Un (itne of a familvj  Is devolod lo the work, vou can readilv see that $1x00 oi\.'  J2li nn   ner   week   can  b��   easily   earned. j  -\>re   fnrn'sli   our   workers    all     llie     in.ilerialn.     varn,       etc.  free,    and    evi-rythlim   thai   is   necess.u-v   for   lhe   work.       We I  are    fiirnishlns    the machines ,onl\    for   (he   exclusive   us^   of  Ihosf.   ili'��lrlni:    lo   take   employment    with    us.    who   must.   In  oider   lo   ltecotn"   a    member,    send    us    (li|v    Pontr.iet    Order |  Form,    prope-'v    ��iuned bv tin m.   and a I least   one irood i-i-t'ef-(  ence,     and    remit tan'-e  .iccordlnnlv.   to   ui\e   us, (lie   n-n-ss.in-j  assurance   that   Ihe   nuanilileo   of   valuable   yarn we mav send '  from   time   to   time   will   not   he   wasled   or   misappropriated.!  Our   Interest-   are   mutual,   and   (his   confidence   must    In-   established    If   we   are to   succeed.     We    guarantee   fair   dealing  mid   prompt   nnvment   for work",   so  do   not   ask   un to  devi.ii'i-;  from   our   term*,    as  w(.  cinnnl   in.ike  a   distinction   with   one  and   not   another:   besides,   we   are   doio��   an   extensive   business.,   nnd   m>is|    be    Governed   bv   business   principle*:.  The manufactured price of (he machine Is Sn. nnd positively will not be sold lo anv nlher.s than those who will  ncree   to   do  knlttlns: for   us.  Tf nl anv lime afer you commence you wish to  discontinue, we will take back machine and refund the  amount nnid for same, after deducllnjr cost of onr expense   on*lv.  There Is a T.nrc-e l">��mand by lhe Ttvde for this claiis  of work. Our vrorkets can depend Upon It vear after year,  and if vou encraee Willi us (whole or spare time! we" will  keen vou unpolled with work as lone: as you do It satisfactorily for us and return It prompllv "We entrust our workers ,with   lame quantities   of   valuable   varn.   and   as   we   Klve  and    Intecrlly,    wr    must    auk  .miu   t��   do  the' same*, in otder  ��e   are   dealiiiH.  We have, in as brief ,< manner as possible,' ��ndeavoreJ  In sh,,�� vou what our work is. and we iimitly tay i> to the  iniii-liine. cu is just what wk rupr^y-nt it to be, and will poui-  ji\--h do <-\ e.-ythin^ we claim lor n. or icluiul the' money.  I-..M h in.ti n,in-. st-t;uip|y packed wilh an oiuiii, is set up for  "oil. .lioiu.i^ It- tisied. .ind a so.-k oi blocking-, partlally  knitit-,!   bor.n,,   liovnia   ,iml   shinning.     Should    vou   decida   to  ���ni. is;-   with -us.    ,|   uin   |.e    ss.u-j   in  s.-nd 'us  Cash   Con- ,  11,1. I Ordir l--.,iin. piopi-il;, .s,i;ned by ton. and at least one  kojji|__iv |. I(.nt-i. tu^eiliei willi -slit- remittance, .iccoitliniclv.'  upon reteipi ,tr which n�� will foiw.u-j machine and outfit  .ready   to   commence. liespectfuily  yours,  THE.PEOPLES KNiTTJNS SYNDICATE,limited.  McKINNON BLDG, TORONTO.  rtMr   Rrrn-i-inri    l\pt<.k ) iimpiiiili-s.   Ititnkt.  or Tiironld   Hllal'  ,  iie.h Itmisi ��.  If youewish to ox.annne the machine and se^ the material belt,re iiiid.-rtnkiDi; lhe-- wml:. ^u i-a-i do so bv  M-ndinir J,", no is ., ��uirsn'i-,- ft ^oud faith, and to defray  ��ip��nsn of -sh ppinsr. and wp v.ill ii>iw evryihinK to vour  nearest express company. Inuinir a balance of twelve  dollars to,pit the acent and J"- i-r-uis fot the return charged  tin   i hi-  inoiiet    to  ijs. g  We  are so   frequent!-,   and   unii'-ci s.s.u-ily   asked   If  one   can  learn   to   knil   witlioiil   a   It.ich.-r.        We   s.iv.   Yes;   It   require*  no   teacher:   any   person   of   ordinary     intelligence    who    cxn  read   lhe   tnrtruction Guide   can   learn   to   knit   at   once.   ��� OJR.DKR     JTQK^r   ,$15.OO   Cash Contract Order  Form.  To The People's  Knit line   'Syndicate,       Limited.      ^rc.Kinnon  HuiUlinjr.    Toronto-  Oentlemet\���T de-sir.-- to do the work as ib-sciihed in this  advertisement and enclose ?!,"! to pay for one Automatic  Knitting Mat-hine. losrethcr with material, inslructions.'  and evcrvthlns ncWJn for the woik. llie same to li�� sent  lo me lit- tnviiross. I", ��� \Ui5I-N 1 ���111:!' \ ID ,  ft is understootl nnd amt-cl that -,in> lime I wish to discontinue, lhat the peunb-> k'nitimu Svndicito. l.imiti-d. will  take hack lh�� machine aii'l oiillil. and after dediietinir their  expense,    refund   me 'i'.e   .inioimi    paid    for   same  Sendei   or  head   ,!f family  fit   po-js-iinVi   must   .si^p   here:  T-'-ill   name      P    0.'  County  .11 est     Hxpi-fs-  r   reference  orn.-,  na mi  ls  at   ..  I In-    folh  win;  jtei-soti:  o  lie   sure   !o   us,,   ^b s     jtn-in  lance   for   tin.   m.nh'iu-   nml    i  In   and    h.i\-��-   smned  hi   .it   |.-.i  ruoper    place.        Tta:    nfl   .ind  li'-re   how   much   time   >ou  bo\t   j ou   \t ish   to   be  pa  in    the    wot k.  wli-  tut.  .speiidmi;      y.nir      remit-  which      viiu     must    rill  -"'   Komi   i-t-tt-r. tit-,-,     in   the  ���I'liu    lo   us    nnd   also   Mate  .hi    d.-\o:i-    tu    tin-    woik:     also  I.   Wt-KM,    monthly,   or   .is   vou   send  reference*   n��  to our honesly  Send  (eied   l.t-tlei  proinplh  dolrijt   the  benefit   of  home.  r  milta-.i-e   by   l-'\pi.- ���  I'osi-jOtni-i-   .Mont;  oi u .ti**l   m.ii-hinr.   out i it  woik.        This  is  (he  best  Money   order.    Keejs-  oiilt-r.     and     we     win  and     ��ini|de   t>ipi!(<    for  irt'er ever made   for the  fanadians who  warn   (,,   woik  -in.l  make money at  W'Ikjii \vriiiii<r -siiy tliul, you saw this oltVi- in 'Piik  I'i.'^spkctoi;  HVWH mile Imi-i-i  nn- iiiniie.v nil lui  t pattern eyelo-  '  tl'.voii in,.- not  TO THE DEAF.  A ricli lady cured of her l)o?i,f-  noss.iind Noises in'tlie Heiid by  Dr. ' Nicholson's AiMificial Kar  Druins, g:i,ve.^10,(100 lo Miis'.Ln-  stitute, so lluii deaf jiooplc nn-  ablc lo prociiro lhe Ear Drums  may have lliom free. Address  No. l-li-,18. fJ'he 'Nicliolsoii: in.  stitute,; 780, Ei^lilh Aveiino,  New York, U. ^i. A.  &CROPTS  CONTRACTORS  AM    Kinds Of   Brick   aiut   Stone   Work  BlilOK and LIME For Sale. PLASTERING Promptly Done ���o-  61  tjiw ijFJospi��:c"roJi. fui:t Steele, b. c iom  FO  $$>'  Se5BBS3  .   ******  E  The Mining Center, of the District of South East Kootenay  I  The Largest  Mineral Areas,  and the Most  .' I , '       I I  Extensive  i*  Coal Fields on the  American Continent  Us (  are Situated in  South Bast-Kootenay  |)|(NE,RAi,,-MAP  c Ui  Agriculture  G-razing and the  Lumber Industry  are Prominent  Features of the!  District. -���     '���>  - A  'A  ���������       " f-4.  .. M  11  The   Crawford   Bay   and   Fort   Steele   Railway   will  toe   constructed   this   year.  v'TU  The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway, Recently Surveyed, will pass through  FOR  i:>  ii i  I  m  m  Atid    TT^p    the   Greatest  1 V   i��.it a.  al  llA.   -j-~  -,r���*���. -it  ' .     '  of   the   Distriot  va  Choice Busine  ss - ,ar rt  ici- xiesidencc lotc for Sale  to  ^Ja-. C&-JL $U^ii tC% li. &- iii- �����  ���Y  Townsite Office.  r"vvp  .      (s    ^|  ?\l,  ���   -.'-.(E'-l  . 1;  ill V  THE PROSPECTOR.   TO?lT STEELE,. M. C, APRJL  1(101  ��lX�� \$}X08pZCt0X.  SATURDAY. Al'KlL 2',,  lilOl.  The Prospectors Exchange.  The Fort Steele Mining Division of -Soutii East; Kootenay  comprises lhe drainage urea of  the upper Kootenay river and  its tributaries .south of Finley  creelc. it is about SO miles in  length and 80 ir;"<js wide, and  has a'total area,'of "bot\veeiP(3,-l00  and 7,000 square miles. If has  an area ' larger than some  empires, it is a fount ry of'vasl  ir.ineral resources,' over 15000  mining locations have been recorded, and a number of dividend  paying mines are located iu Ibis  district. ���  The   most  pressing  necessity  at the present time, is a,  system  of.      advertising       that  ,    will  0  thoroughly   adverb,   ,,   the   vast  mineral resources ol the district.  "As a   promoter  of  legitimate  mining ' throughout    Hast    and  West Kootenay Mr.' Andrew   F.  Rosenberger   has  been signally  successful.    ,  This    gentleman,  highly     esteemed     in     mining  circles   because of  his  straight  forward   method of doing lousiness, and the vigor  and   energy  with   which   he   prosecutes   the  work of his* clients,   making  an  honest'   representation   of  facts  whieli governs all his operations  hY bringing  the  prospector  and  mine   "* owner    in��    touch   with  capital.   .Thai, tho .investor,   the  mi no owner, and ;tll   parties  interested   may   safely  rely   upon  ���the   statements    made   by   Mr.  Rosenberger.      ' <- "  iVIr.Rosenbergcr,jn fhe   interest of the mining industry of the  Kootenays,   has   opened    -'Tins  Pkospkctok's   Exchaxuk, V   in  .Nelson.   o Si nee  the  opening   of  the Exchange, Mr. Rosenberger  has been very successful'in   thi.s  ' n=s\v departure of mine 'advertising. ' ���   ��� _  -,   The  prime  object of the Exchange is to bring  fhe  prospector  and   mine  owner   in    direct  touch   with'', the  buyer.     To accomplish this end the  Exchange  'has beenjidvertising extensively  in   tho   mining  country,   with a  view of awakening the  prospector and   mine   owner to his own  best interests.     If you  have a  reasonably   good   prospect,   all  you  have  to  do  is to write the  "Exchange" giving a brief description of your property,   naming price,   terms etc,���samples  of your ore should also   be  sent  Avith your report.���Tt is  not expected that you send- an  expert  report, but just a letter  written  * by  yourself   stating  what   you  have to -oiler.     After receiving  your   report   at   the   Exchange  your property   will  be listed in  the   weekly   report -which   is issued   by   the  Exchange,    which  will   be   found  on   tile1 at   The  Phospkutou oflieo. <  ' One of the main objects of the  ''Exchange" is,to get  people  to  buying mines, and get thcniiihto  legitimate"-mining.     We  a,re  informed by Mr. Rosenberger that  he   has   many  applications from  tlie   east   tor   mines  which he is  unable lo supply. The Exchange  has a, line exhibit of 13 ri fish   Columbia oresj  and  desires   lo  secure  a  good   exhibit,  from each  mining district.  The Exchange is visited by all  fhe Eastern people who visit  Nelson and to have a complete  display of ore from a district is  a good advertisement for that  district.  Mr. Rosenberger offers to exhibit ore from any of the camps  free of charge, and is desirous of  securing a good exhibit from  this camp. We would suggesl  that we go about it at once and  make a large collection of ore  from this' camp and forward it  to the Exchange.  The Kootenay Valleys Co  LIMIT!'.!).  llRAI*)   OFVICK  -Mi Qiikkn Victoria St.  LONDON,   E.N'dl.ANIl.  british coixmhia okl-'ick  Pout Sticuuc,  h. o.  (J.  M.   ElAVAKOK.  (iKX'i, Ma.va.iki..   -  30,000 Acres Farm Lands  In,the i",\r famed Kootknay Vai.i.ky for Sai.k on easy lernis  of payment. Pkkjkk tfr.-,r>0 PiSu ackI'' and upwards. In close  proximity to the Crow's Nknt 'Railway.  Lots in the, town ol* Rlko are now on lhe market, prices $r>0,  and upwardsr'according lo .situation. -  Ei.Kp boasts of the biggest wafer power in South East  Komenay, and will bo the j unci ion of the Crow's Nest Southern  Railway. <.  Correspondence Solicited.  CANADIAN  RAILWAY  i3rTnTTTT(TTTTTTTfTTl'VTrrTTTTTTrfTTTrnrrnHTTHTTnTTnunTTmrTTTTTmTTTTTTTTrTrTTTnnTTfTTTTTng  1 CAPITAL WANTED.  DIRECT    RuPTE  to  1 A 1.1.   POINTS  EAST  f    . ���                                             1    .                               Ki  * ���                                                 ���                                                 ir  I The Steele House         I  *'lt V                                                                                                                         *  \  * ,                              ,                                          ���    '   *  ���T '                             f  | , -Fort Steele, B. Ci '                        ,'   %  and  WEST  DINING CARS  FIRST   CLASS .SLEEPERS  ���TOURIST CARS  Through Tickets  PI'O  AND   l-'RChM  r    ii  England, The Continent, Australia  China and Japan.  LOWJtATES  o- f  QUrCIC TIME ,   '  I'1!!!' liinc-tabU's. rales nnd full -infoi-  liiiituui cull (in or iidflrc-ss m-ai-csi local  ;ifT(jiil    '  (,'. IO. .M'A.\*.SKII::i-.U. A-jt. hVu-t SlcHo..  J. S. CARTER, E. J. COYLE,  To Develop  The Ricli Mineral  Resources Of  South East kootenay.  Partially Developed,  And Undeveloped Copper  And Silver-Lead  Properties  Are Offered For Sale On  Liberal  Working Bonds.  FOR    REPORTS,'   AND   JNPORMATrON:  WRITE TO  CHARLES   ESTMERE.  Kiiiiberlev,   B.C.  ^UUUUUUUUULLUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUi  if  a  a  3  3  a  a  S��SS��SS9S��SSSSSS��S��SSS��SS*SS SSSSSSSSSSSWfcSSSSSSSSS-:  Centrally Situated on   Riverside Avenue.  Conducted on Up'-To-D-ite Methods.  ' tt i  Tlie Best Bar In Town.  D. IVTcINTcish  i'     t '  ���"    ' - PROPRIETOR.  '��� >  3<  ��*  - %  **%***r.*&*#:&%*':��.-:}^;-*^^  GEARY   &  DOYLE.    -  Livery, Feed & Sale.Stable.  Fori, Steele U.C  ��� i    i  Itojiiihir   Daily   Siu^-c  incots  nil  pti'!iins;it fori. Steele JiiiKM.ion.  i        - \  SADULIO &  l'ACK  1IOKSK?-'  I [-"AMINO OK Al.I. li-LNDS A Sl'lvCIAI.T1  A t* en is    Wanted  Complete  Life  of Queen Victoria  I'.KST  HOOK  P.F.ST TKIt.MS    -  '    -  ''J "-  Oullil Mitiled on Receipt, of lo octUs.  Aildi-cs-  S. ('. "MILLliK & CO..  Vf inland. Ore.. U.S.A.  MIN'IOllAIPACT. It-WB.  (Koit.M r.)  oi.n-ripieA'i'i: ok imi'icovkmunts.  NOTICE..  -  ONTARIO MINERAL CLAIM.     fi  Silusiu* ill Uic Fori Steele .Miniiitr Division  or Small ICasL Kooigiiii.v.  Win-re l(ic-:itcil:*- On AIiu-l! Creek, uliout  Uiruu-uiilos li-om Kjmbciioy.     '   J"  'J'iiUc notice ilmt 1. Noil Mcl.cod'Ourr.ii'i ol  l\l]iil)oi'lcy ns' Agunl lor U. 1). JMurin. I-ree  Miner's Cei-iilieiite No. A.Pil."if'i. Intend litl duy-s  liom tlie iln'to lioi-eof, to npply to ili'c Slininp  Hecordei-loi ii Ceililluiiie ol, [mpiovcmcnts Tor  Llie put-pose of obUiinin^ ;i Conn CIi-.iiii ol the  uliovc elMim. <-  .\nd ruitliur Like notice  Hint su-tion  uiider  section :n. must, lie coinnionced bufoi-e tlie issu  iiuc-c ofsncli C'ei-tiliciite of Improvements.,  D.ued this- Hill (Iny ol Muruli. IflOl.  II- _  - XKIL  .MeLKOD CIJUK.VN'    v^  _         iMLXI-llf.Vl. ACT   |s|��"i.  (1'OH.M   I'.)  '(���i'UTirii;.\-ri: oi- imckoviimiats.  Dis. Pass. Agt.  Nelson.  ,, A, G. P. A.  Vancouver  |  Tlie PROSPECTORS' EXCHANGE  NO.   4   K.-W..-C- BLOCK,   NELSON',   B.C.  L"   (.'old. ���SiU'iT-LciK*   and Coppci-'Mincs wimi'ud at lliu   K.\'CII.\ XC li.  I^UliK   .M I I.I.I.N'fl ' (iOr.l)   pni])i>i'licb   wiinli'd   nl, (iiii-ii fur liu^teni  invoshii--;. " '"  I'ni-llos   liiivinj;   illinium   properly "for  .-,,-ilc  are   rwjiiesicd   in  *eiu\  sample- nl' iheii- oi-e Ki the- liXCJI I A .\(i li I'oi- cxliiliition.  i * -  _ AVo desire 1(i lu-ai- U-oni   pro-peeloi->   who   have   jii-(iniKin<>   iiiiii,ci-a]  :;1uii>i�� in I !ril i-.li ('iiliiinlii.i. ' '    ,  %  (���  I  1  'The   Milwaukee'1  A I'ainiliai' name for the <*liiuu��o.  ^lilivaukee & St. I'aul I tail way. known  all over t.lie Unioiijis the" Oreal, Hail-  way ruiiiiiiio,! the ������Pioneer Limited."  trains evi-i-y day and ni��lil. between St.  Paul and C'hieayo, und Oin'aha and  Cliicuoo. "'riie only perfeet trains in  tlie-world." Undei'-stand: (Jonncetioiih  are made v\viih All 'Transcontinental  l/ine.s. ab.siiriii"- 1o pushuiio-or.s tho best,  service known. Luxurious' coaches,  electric H^-liLs. steam Meat, of a' verity  equaled by no other line. ��� -  See that vour tieket reads via "The  .Milwaukee" when <j-oino io any jioint  in the United States .or Canada. 'All  .ticket, agents sell thein.       .    ' '  ,For rates, jiiiinplilets or  other' information,, address. ' t,<  .1. \V. Casky.          C. .1. liDDY, ��  ,  ,'l'riiv. lJuss. A;;l .     .      Genoial A^ent.  SKATTLE. WASH.  , POUTI.ANn. Ol?  NOTICE.  '^7^  -^rSM  Attention Hunters  and  Prospectors.  Indian Agent Galbraith is willino- to  pay   the   sura   of   $500,  per pair,   for  Mountain Sheep and Goat, or either.  ('-,'��� ,, \' . ' ������','���  ** 1 P  ''.READ.,' ���'���  ,   PI THE PROSPECTOR.  iSjiT^  rt^^ai'-'-- i  !*{ C'Rli'^   TliE'SESrAfm-RliELWTlG  |  ( ^ ..^Al.(i!A PLAS1 ER MADr //  ) i^Hfl^t  e-V-!' r. /;S1 cr, IM i:f\ 5',l-LC0   (���  ���>. }Kl<   ��i-^- ti-. -- /r--- -���-.:��� -r,,-s..-s v  F\'\\\ i-''^IS '<0!-i5 iJR|C- K!ot) M  f /.���^Utf/.CTllR.M'b noi-n ,-'tV,L /  Guaranteed $900  Salary   *>��**���  Men ami women ol <;ood address rep-  ri'MMit. its. .-ome lo travel appoin; in>;  iif;eiith. olher.s lor local work loolcing  allerour inlei-ols.- WOll wilary <;ii:ir.iii-  leed .yearly: extra (���omniission^ and  expenses, rapid advancement, old established house. (iriind (-hance for  earnest man or women lo secure pleasant, permanent position, liberal income  and luliire. Xew. brilliant lines Write  al once.      ��� ^  STAFFO..D    I'RI S '.  i'l (Jhnrfh St.. New  Haven. ('nun.  NOTICE.  TAICK NO'l'ICl". Hint llie pan iiui ship liei-e-  tofoi-e existhif.' Iieiivcen llie uii(lersi<;neil undoi-  Hie iiiimc slvli- .ind In in of tlie Koi I Steele  UrcwiiiK ('onip.-mv ' lins tins dny lieen dissolved  liy nnuii.il coiiseni. Alhei-l Mm/ undOeoiKC  11. Scott will continue llie business mulei llie  suine linn nam". Tlio s;iid Scon anil Unix will  assume all the liabilities ol the pai incrsliip.  and all debts due the pai Incrsliip most be paid  to ilium.  Dated al Foi-t Steele this-mill d.-i\ id M.neh  Iflll'l.  ; ���'' ' ALDICKT  M.U'IV,.  "   <;i-".OHGE'lI. SCO'I'T.       '  ,P    ' I.OUlSK SICK.      s,  , CANTON MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in the l-'oi-t Steele Mining Division  of Sonili Kast Ivootenay.  Where located: On Huckleberry Hill,  about fout, iniles from Kimbei-ley. U. C.  , Take nonce Unit 1. Neil MeLeod Cunan.  ns Axent lor P. C. Andrews Free Miner's C'er-  lillciuc li.-l.'llu'T. intend sixty clays from the date  Hereof, to apply to the Minim,' Kecorder for a  Cerlilicate ol linprovemenls. lor the purpose of  obtaiuini,' ,i Ciown CI rant ol the above claim.  And lui-thcr laltc notice that action, under  section :l��. invist be commenced before the Issuance of such Oertitlcnie of Improvements.  Hated this Irtih dn.v ol .March  Will.  I-.'- NI-1II. Mel,HOP CURRAN  BRANDON MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in tbe l-'oi I, Sleele Miuiinr Division  ol South Kiisl, k'ooten.i.v.  \\*lu-ic located: On Huckleberry Hill,  about four miles fiom Kiniberley. H C.  Take nonce thai 1. Neil Mel.outl Cun.in.  ns Am'iit for T. .M.ivne Daily l-'i-ee Miner'sCer-  tlllc.ile No IJ.:il.."iii!. intend sixtv days from the  date hereot. lo npplv lo Ihe Mining Iteconler  lor a ('erllllcatc ol Impi-ovenients. lor the purpose ol olitiiiiun-.'a Crow u Cr.ini ol the ah'o\e  claim.  And un Iher I.ike notice that aclion. under  section III. must be commenced -helore lhe issuance ol such cerlilicate of Improvement-,.  Hated ihih if.ib day of March. IWH  l-J N'l-'.IL Mel.KOI) (.'IJIJI! \N. Aceul.  The Most Gomplele Health  It'e.sori on  the t.'onlinent ol North America.  Situated mirisi,Scenery mn ivalled forClrandcur  Halcyon    Hot    Springs  KoatiiiK lislunis'Q'ini'fariiim Hcsiilent I'liv-  st l-A-cursions Oaillltll 1U111 N,(.|,,��� ji Nurse  llaleyoit.Sprino.s.  Arrow I.alee. U.C  lu telegraphic communication  with al) parts ol the^ioild.  Tho mails arrive and depart cvei v day.  Terms, SI S  to SI8  per neck, aceordiiiK  to residence in Hotel or Villas. '  * o  Its Maths Cure .ill Nervous and Muscular  Diseases. Its- Waters Heal all Kidney. Liver  and Stomach Ailments.  if) v i  ���  ~i I'ro-s]lectors    tind   iiiiniiiff   men'arc   reque-tcd   lb   make   the    1-1X-'  W)    (,'IIANGK I heir he;id(|iiarlei-s when in Nelson. (  All sample.- should be -enl hy express. J M.I-'I'A IP. ���      ' i  Correspondence solicited.    Address all conmiiinicatioiis. to '    H  ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER, i  Telephone No.  ion.   <-1��. (). llo.\  700. , Niy.SO.N, 11. C.    I  r  KIMPTON   &   PITTS  C , Mr  1 ' c 0  'WINDERMEREmDONALD  General Merchants  Wd spiles a.Spialty  .Vrinorsgoing nprllnvurd via Ctinoo RivoP Route will find it a'larsre  's;rtvin��" ;uicl convenience 1,o ]ii'ocnrc Lhcir supplies at Donald.    '  * i      ''  SOLE AGENTS for  1 i  Canton  Steel Company  Windorinore, GoJdoii und Donald.-=  Miuiiiff Divisions.  Agents  at  Windermere  for the California .Giant Powder Co.  East Kootenav  Bottling Co.  Make your liviner in your own homo  easily���at your leisure! We have a  new and profitable tflan. Writ�� us.  dflritl your address on post card, and we will uond you particu-  l��r��.  Peoi-le'sSindicatk. Uept.,C. ISO Voiig��st���-ivforilo.  READ:  THE PROSPECTOR.  CROMARTY   MINERAL   CLAIM.  Siliiiuc in the I-'oi-t Steele Mining   Division  >l Sdiitli I-:,ist KooK-iiiiy.  Wheic    loi-nu-d:      On   Iliiclilcliei ry   Mill  ilidiu loin-iiiik--limn Klinliei lej . U.C  o  T.ilte ikiI.cc tli,il 1. Nell .Mcl.ofiil C'nii.iii  us  .\l.'eiit loi 1!. S   WliiLc   l-'n-o Miner's Cei tillciite  No  l!.:ll���'iTI.  uilend  si\ty ilnvs  Horn  ilic (lute  lieu-el   to .ipplv lo llie .Minini.'   Ueennlei-   lor a  '.'ci-ulicite ol   linproM-iiieiits.   fm  lhe piuposo  ni (ibt,ii nun; ,i Cmuii (I runt ot the alHi\e claiip.  And InrllH-i-t.ihe nolKC lli.il   .u-tion    -indci-  section :i;. nuisi lie eoiiiineticed hcfoie the issn-  .uiee nl such ci I'lilii-.m- ol iiiipi-oveini ills.  Hilled this Kilh il.i.\ of M.u-cli   IdOI.  I-.'- .NT.II. Jk-I.KOD C riiHAN   Akciii  FULL   HOUSE    MINERAL   CLAIM.  Siuuile in'Mic l-Vn-tPSt.eelo. Minini; Division  Of Soiith Kiisl Kooli-niiy.   -  Where, located:' On Huuklol'CiT.v Mill,  a hoiit four miles from ICinih'erlcy. II. C.  PTaUe noUcePUiat .l..NTeil Mcl.eiKl Ciii-i-:ih', its  AKt-nt. for A.i Mniide Williams.P-l'-vm; Miner's  Cei-tiliciile. No. II. M1.S7"-!' intend sixty days from  Uie chile la-reof. lo apply,'.�� tho MinliiK Kecorder for a X'c'rlilicnt.e of Improvements for the  purpose of (dilaiuin^.a Crown Oriint, of lhe.  above cluim.  A.ti-1 further take notice thai, action,- under  section :I7. must he commenced before the issuance of such certilicale of improvements.  Datcdthis itith day of March. l!��H.  12-       ,      NK11. Me.LEOb CtlliKAN. Atreat.  Aerated waters  Of ull kinds. .   '  Syrups, "Champagnes, Ciders,  Gin tier Ales. Etc.  Soda   wilier   in   Mpiiou.s. ���    Tin  ((.'Oiioiuicii! way to handle it.  most  ANDREW    NEIDIG  CONTRACTOR     anii    BUILDER  MOUSIJ AND SIOM 1'AINTiNC'  eAI.Cl.MINlNli and l'Al'l-ll!  MA.VCINO  FORT STEEL 10,   R. 0.  2Sr~   All   work  promptly dono.  '���HIGHWARDEN.'& SON.  HONEER   BARBERSHOP  Everything Strictly First, Class.  ...'.  Next door to the Prospector.  | N.HANSON,;%  General Merchant  L^iqtMor Dealer*.  AND  g^ Mainifacturor of till Kinds ol' Lumber. ���    A large assort- =3  S~~ merit of seasoned Lumber and bhingles ahvavs ^  S^" on hand. ^S  g DIMENSION      LUMBl��:il     A     SPECIALTY'.  ' 3  W fll-S fl,  L  BG.  7ailUiiiiiiliUiliiiiliiiililiiiliilVlllillilUlliillliUltllilliililliilK  The  Waldorf  FERNEE, B. C.     OLD TOWN-.  SPLUNDII) ACCOMMODATIONS  Sample Rooms for Commercial Men  No Traveller Should Pass the Door.  The trail runs within ten feel of the house.  'Barn and plenty-of "hay and grain.  Waldorf you will never regret it.  Good  If you patronize the  IT.   A.   KANOUSB,    -       -Proprietor^ <5"  T13E PROSPECTOR,  FORT STEELE,  B. C.  APRIL 27,  1001.  If  v- ��  ���a  North Star Lodge  NO. 30.  A. P. AMD A. M.       G. R. B. C.  FORT STEELE, B. C.  Regular meetings���1st Tnesday id eacb  month at eight o'clock. Visiting Brethern arc  t-ordi��ily invited.  ,    A. C. Nelson. Secretary.  Rocky Mountain Chapter  NO. 125. It: A, M.  FORT STEELE. U. C.  Regular meeting's���2nd Tuesda.v in  each month at eight o'clock.  Visiting    Brethern   are   cordially  iuvited. >  R. L. T. Oalbraith Scribe E.  6t%e ipx0&pzxt0x.  SATURDAY, APRIL 21.  1901.  vnTTTTnnrTTTTTTTnTTTTTTTTTTrTfTtTTTTVnTTTTTT-:-  I  LOCAL NEWS. 1  t ^  ������.���uuu.iiuuuuuuauuuuuuuuuiiiiiiii->  On Monday last a road repairing outfit was working on the  road south'of the Daisy ranch.  Ous, Theis came down from  the Perry cr��ek mines' on Monday..  Professiona I.  G*o. S. McC��rter. J. A. Hurvev  HARVEY & McCARTEK  Burnsters,' Solicitors;  r. Notaries Public,  Conveyancer:,- etc.  FORT  STEELE. B.  C.  BEVEI.STOKE STATION and GOLDEN  COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY     MADE,  *     W. R. ROSS  Barrister      -      -    ,, Solicitor  ,     NOTARY, ^PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER.   -   -  Fort Steele,   Ii.   C  The census enumerators  have  about completed (heir work.  Navigation is now open.on the  Upper Columbia river.  Windermere, Athalmer, and  Peterborough will have a telephone system.  r Miss Hodgan, Cranbrook: ' If.  Percy, Hodgon, Vernon; Iv. .).  liigbye, Sheep Creek: A. R.  Tufts aud P. Bayliss, Vancouver; S. Theobald .unci" M. A.  Beale, Moyie w��re registered at  the Imperial on Sunday last.  The mountain' peaks iii the  neighborhood of Fort Steele are  covered with snow.  Win. Thompson, A. Banks, E.  Bunks and F. Shilling came  down Iron/1 Perry creek on Tuesday. "     '  L. \\r. Pat more has planted a  number of fruit trees on his half  acre lot ih Fort Steele.  FARM  FOR  SALE  F. A.(i Bale has also planted  some three dozen apple and  plum trees.  , Ous Theis secured a loi of  apple and plum trees, for planting at. Old Town on Perry creek.  A number of railway magnates  at Fort Steele are wearing a  Kootenay Central smile tliose  days.' .'_  I'Yoni till over C'uimda conio letters,  tolling its of the ��roiit humilitx derived  from the use of Tho 1). A" L. Meuthol  l'lasier* ,i" cases' of iieui'iilyM. rheu-  niaii.iin. lame bade, etc. HnvisA J.iiw-  wiiee Co.. Ltd.  Coiir-iptin" of 2S3 acres ol bottom land  nine mile-, north west ol Fort Steele on  the Kootenay River. Title perfect.  Fenced, dwelling house, btsiblc, cattle  sheds, root house, etc. For parttcular.s  app.y lo F. A. ttAL'2. P. O. "Box No.  S10. Fort Steele, IL ('.  Fort Steele Flour and -Feed  Store can supply bran, shorts,  oats and all kinds of. Hour and  meal, hav baled or loose.        *  i  T.    BOB  LANDS and MINES  NOTARY PUBLIC  ' o ,  COLLECTIONS given PROMPT ATTENTION  Fort Steele, B. C.  Kokt Steele Dkvkj.opmk.s-i- Syndicate Ltd  i I-  IS8 Leadenliall Street. London. England.  N. A. WALLINGER, '     PORT STEELE.  ,POST OPPICK HOX8.   -     ���  The Kootenay river is  slowly  rising. a   _ *  W.-"E.   Johnson   returned  Fort Steele on Sundav last.  Seeding operations'are in   Cull  stfing. '      ���   ���  u The   period  of  mourniiu  Queen Victoria  ended   on  nesday, April 17th.  for  Wed-  "The lvootenay valley' has  the  li'nost climate under the sun'.  Harry Howard, Fernie, was in  to\vnroii*'Wednesday.  r Th�� government subsidy of  tf-1,000 per mile insures the early  building of the Ivootetiay'Central Kail way.    ',  -CLEAN SEED OATS  Vick's lmprovod American Banner  F.xtrti heavy yielding  ,       AT   $1.50    PER   100   POUNDS  F, O.'l!. CAKS (.."OWLFV/ALliUlITA  C. ELTON, Livingstone, P.O.  1/ort   Stock: ���  HAKE'KV,  i  II. "A L i K , Proprietor. ���'  KIVKKSIDK   .WEN III-'  it  ��� (-)ppo.sile  'Post  'Ollk-e. '  HENRY KERSHAW.        ��  General      Merchant  FortvSteele, B. G.  For Patent Medicines. -'  For Fresh  Fruit.  For Fishing Tackle.  For Newly Laid Eggs.  For Stationery in Great Variety.  Try KERSHAW'S.  li'Cnittln^iJrttiuinJrtilrinlri'j  to  One month from now'will be  the most delightful time of the  year to visit Fort Steele,' for  then the.surroundiiig mountains  will be clothed in verdue'.'  , Messrs Short and Aheiirn were  visitors at Fort Steele ou Sunday. ,  A   Advertising is the medicine of  business.   ,<  Mr. Shaughnessy, president  of the C. P. Railway,' has gone  to Rngland. He expects'lo' be  a wav about six weeks. ,,'  ,Douerl&s Corsein  i   i ,  ""* i- < ~  o ,     ', '  ��� , . (CM-MI).)r ,       ;      ,  "  OFFICE-'niverslde Avenue!    '  ���Next Door to RleasdeW if Dhtg Store.  r -  ���.      i  thomas  McVittie  r  Fort Steele B.C.  Seventeen year old-English  ule on' draught at- the 'Steele  House. i  R'. <0. Jennings '..and, John  Grassick went to the Perry  creek mines on Sundav. ',  GflNN & GO,  General     Merchants  -   Four Steele, R C.  <��  FiU'i'i' -.       = ,,  CONFECTIONERY     ���>  h ,i  r    ' STATIONERY    "'  ClfJAHS. "  r   ' D  Post Office   Store.  CEYLON AND INDIA TEA.  GREEN   OR   BLACK.  i' , . ' '  -       ��� ��� * - ��      ���       '       ���       - '  Trade is confederating th�� Empire*  '  Britain is Canada's,best customer. ,  Britain cannot buyJf she does noi sell.  i  f �� k    i * "* '  Use  TEA  Grown  in a British Colony^by British capital.  ��� ASK YOUR GROCER FOR,  CALGARY FLOUR  L��.��^S '...    "I _J  *    '^^ Ceylon t Teas -are sold, in sealed  lead packets only never in bulk  Black,',' Mixed    or   Uncolore^l  Coy Ion Green. Sample on application. Address 'Sai.ada', Toronto  Robert Wintield. J.' Larson,  Wm. Meyers and II. Fitzsiinmons  returned from the "Windermere  eountrv on Thursday.  When^- you are ^busy make arrangements to be busier. It's  just as easy, if you advertise' in  The Prospector. ,* ��  Mrs. Elton leaves today   for  a'  visit to Pincher Creek.  fiftASStCK   t   DEMPSEY.  ii  CONTRACTORS  AND  BUILDBRS.  Fort   Steele   B.C  Sharing, ty. Hair, Dressing Parloi  Next to Oriental Hotel  fORT   STEELE, B. C.  A.II kinds of hair work' -  ' ' a specialty..  A.J GREZ,  Proprietor  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. '"'  , The breeding of fine poultry  is becoming a prominent as well  as'profitable industry in Fort  Steele.        -    - a  Rocky Mountain Chapler il'.  A. M. will hold a,c'special meeting on Tuesday evening April  30th. - "���",'  E. .1. Peltier and wife of Cra-n-  brook wore, at lhe Umpe'rial on  Thursday. ' .  , C., B.   Miner, was   in town on  Thursday.  - N.  C.   McKinstry  came down  from FCimberley on Thursday."    o  ��� T.'Lebell and wife of Pincher  Crook visited Fort> Steele on  Thursday.  Owing to the cold nights, and  the lateness of the season, high  water" is expected-'as soon as the  hot weather appears.  Railways bring population. If  South East Kootenay is to pros  per and become important as a  mining region, this result can  only be accomplished by the immediate construction of the  Kootenay Central Railway.  U. COH1N  TAILOR  AND IMPORTER OF  FINE WOOLLENS  Rocky Mountain Avenue  Fort Steele, B. G.  T. 6. Armstrong  Fort Steele, B. C.  MANUFACTURER   OF  Tinware, Galvanized Iron. Sheet  Iron,   Stove   Pipes  a'nd  Copper ware  BUILDINGS HEATED 4iid VENTILATED  I'  Plumbing,  Pipe fitting  and  all  kinds of sanitary work      I  Air Tight���Hot Blast Stoves  Hydraulic   and   Air   Pipes   for  Mines p , p '.  SPECIAL  ATTENTION   PAID   TO  JOB WORK.  The D. & L. Emulsion of Cod Liver  Oil may be taken with most beneficial  resulth'by those who are run down or  suffering'" from after affects of la -i-rippi',  Made bv Davi�� i Lawrence Co.. Ltd.  .Messrs. Reid & Gunn of Moyie  were visiting at Moyie on Thursday. ���'    St. John's Church of England.  .   Services-will be  held   in tlie  Church of St.* John   the  Divine  every Sunday evening at 7:30.  Strangers are welcome. ���  PRBSRYTKUIAN'  CHURCH.  Christian service will be conducted in the Presbyterian  Church by the Pastor Rev. D.  McK." Reid, 13. A. every Sabbath,  evening at 7:30. Sunday School,  at 2 p.m. l ��  All ure welcome to our services.  CHAS.   P.   CAMPBELL  "l*�� ' i'  - Undertaker  ��� j.. tand ���'-,'���<.'    ,  Embalmcr  Graduate" of Champion ,  College of the United i  States.     '       ,-'    "���(   '  '.Upholstering and, General  1 "Furniture,Repairing... , .  All Work Guaranteed.  Telegraph or  Mail  Orders  Promptly Attended to. ���'  Cranbrook,  P. O. Box 127.  B. C.  The County Court was in session on Wednesday at. Fort  Sreele.  The License Commissioners  for South East Kootenay will  meet todav ar, Cranbrook-.  A   large   part of Fort Steele's  prosperity is due to the success  ful mining men who  make  here  their homes and use the lown as  their base of operation.  Star Group.  Recent advices from Spokane  are to tho effect thai the owners  of the Star group, are making'  preparations for the development of tho property Ihis summer.  Career   and   Character  v of Abraham Lincoln.  An addresi by Joseph Ohoate,- Ambassador to Great "Britain, on the career  aiifJ character of0 Abraham Lincoln���  hi.* early life���his early struggles with  tlae world���his character as developed  iii tlie later yearbof his life and hia administration, which placed .his name so  hi-o'h in the world's roll of honor and  fame, hap been published by the Ohi-  cag'O* Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway  and may be had by sending six (6) cents  in jDostuge to P. A. Miller, General Pus-  ��iag-er Ayent. Chicago. 111.  These are days that send   the  prospectors into the mountains.  WAXTEn-THL'STWOItTHV MKX  A.VD WOMLN* lo travel and ailverti-,1-  for old eitabli-li<'d liou.>-c of solid financial .-standing. Salary HHO a vein- and  expenses, all payable in cmli.    No c.-ui-  Vltbnillf.'- I-i-(juil-<:<i.      Give IvfcTrlll-i'S .'111(1  ������n close M-lf ;i(l(Ji-<-i-><'rl -.l.tinped cil-  vi-lopi;. Addrc���.M.maj'ci-. .'!.'i.'i ('.-i.vloii  H)d)/.. ('h\i-:\<io.  Dave (Jritrifli came down Ironi  Wild Horse on Thursday.  C. M. Mansfitdd visited Nelson  on Wednesday.  A large niiinber ol' visitors  were at Fort Steele during the  past week.  Arthur Fenwick was up   from  the ranch on Thursday.  Memphis. Tenn., April ^'i'.���  The fast express (rain of tho  Chactow, Oklahoma & (!nlf Uoad  which left Memphis at 11:40 'tonight was held up by three  masked bandits af Bridge Junction. Ark. about midnight.  ArunianAra orkam of T����n�� rowocm  CREAM  BAKING  Highest Honors, World's Fair  Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair  Avoid Unking  J'owdcrs   c-oiituluinf;  Alum. Tliey ��r�� lnjiu-iout to tieultli  News Notes.  Pekin, April 23. ��� General  ygrondon, the commander of  the French troops in China, has  informed General Chaffee that  10,000 French soldiers will leave  China ih May.  Cincinnati, April D4.���Alarm  over Ihe flood has almost ceased  in the lower Ohio, valley. The  flood is not as bad as in a dozen  former years and much below  the record of 1897 and 1898.  , New York, April'23.���Fifty  millions of Great Britain's new  loan has been placed in the  United States.  London, April 23.���It is estimated in financial circles this  evening that tho I'M,000.000 of  the new loan offered to the  public has already boon covered  five times, and the lisi will close  tomorrow.  Washington, IX C , April 2H.-  Despite the positive denial given  out by Secretary   Hay   that nny  negotiations with Great   lirilaiu  have begun on the subject of  an  isthmian canal, rumors continue  to bo thick, not only to the effect  that  a  treaty  is under negotia-1  tion but even actually specifying,?  some of the terms thereof.  ', Hon. K. McBride is the  Ches'  kM'field of the Local House.  4&  OARLIW  & DURICK  MERCHANTS   GENERAL  Fort  Steele,  Sole Agents for the  Canton steel  COMPANY  Thes Steel is guaranteed to be equal to Jessop's or Firths in all  Hard Rock Work.  Solk Agents  Sole   Agents  Grows Nest Goal company ;  Giant Powder Gompaiiii.  Mining Supplies a Specialty.  Agents for tho   MASSEY   HARRIS    CO., Limifod.  Farming   Implements.  Monte carlo  Restaurant.  - 'j -       ���  WM. ROBINSON,  Proprietor  Cleanliness   and    Plenty  our  Watchword.  A -Carload of Corn   Beef and  Cabbage Served Every Day.  Trrn: most tti'-to-datr   place in;  e:  FOKT  STEELE.      -...- :'  ('I  '������?l  I  m  4  a  'ji;  'I  '���tJ  g Fort Steele Cigar Store H  �� - '^   '�� 3"   ���'  fr ���"                ,' Fort   Steele. *B. 'C.'       ' 3->  g/ WHOLESALE & R ETA EL"'DEALERS          ~' ���/ ��5   u;  S^: -' In Cigars, Cigarettes, Pipes and Tobacco.    , ,r^   ,'  ���~" *     -  ���           '  *              d             ' ��� " i, ������ ~  SEE ���',,'   *   ,  Finest Variety of, Pipes and Smolcers Out lit ' ' ^S  gr ��� In the District, Including Meerschaum, 13. B.,13/ ^"  S^ Alpha, and Other Brandsf  "    ���     . t     ^-.  g^: . , ' Imported and Domestic Cigars at'Lowcst Prices. / ���     ^  ^ Billiard and Pool Parlor and Reading  ,,          < 3   *    '  Sz: Room in Connection. ���      '<y "-ZZ  g: C. P. R. Ticket and Telegraph Office, and Canada, 3  gEE Western-Telephone Office in Store.     ,,, , '^  I Mansfield & Cotterell, 1  t: - Proprietors.           '          0 3         '  'Vsfl  I  w  Ml  f1  ilest  -  '   i  1  A  Kootenay.  m  v  "ft  fy.  '<,  J|L._  ���������������m

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