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Array library ol Leg ^  h >  %t.  * ��� Ip  I Devoted to the upbuilding ?  * %���  * OF   FORT   STEELE. %  -*K                                        i                  .      .*���-  * Iiidi'iM'iidiMit   in  'l'nihil-'..    X  * jj,  *��������(-<-�����*���- s j- o--s ?<���-? .-J..J ; --*���--<. ?#%$ �����  w *i  * *  *   THE   PROSPECTOR   CON-    *  J    TAINS ALL.  PUBLIC NO-  # T1CES AND GIVES THE  # LATEST TELEGRAPHIC  K   AND LOCAL NEWS.  *'  *  I *  Vol. G.  New "Advertisements To-day.  EORT  STEBLB, 13. C, SATURDAY, OECEM13EK 1, WOO.  No 4S.  .Vollfi*���ll.I A. Kinrli.    .  .N'lllci���11   W  Kinii's.Llii-iis '  .Vi'lici'-K. i:  (iusnoll  Nolle u    II   MiNuKIi  i'.iKi' :t  Inspi'i lur   '      .1  At the Sullivan Mine.  Paul llamlley 1ms two four  horse, iind 1 wo'two horse teams  engaged iu hauling ore from the  Sullivan mine, eight more  sleighs' will be nt work in a few  -.lays: ���  From the main tunnel on the  .Sullivan 'the ore coining out i.s of  a higher grade, the exlcnt of the  ore   body   al   this   poinl litis noi |  I mining.    On Wild Horse, creek.  !Hie   Invictu   will   work  n    largo  mimher ol men.      Dave  (..'ninth  has !eas,d tin- Nip &  Tuck,   Ihe  two Chinese companies will also  be operating,     The   usual   mini-  bor of  snipers   and   Chinamen  will   ho   onl   in   force as soon as  spnng   opens   up.      And   from  present   appearances   the, gold  output   for  this .district will be  more than doubled next summoi  YES, HE DID!  Bill Galliher Signed the Petition.  }Y- Ai__(!.'tlliiiei'   did   sign    ;1  , -i ,'      .'���,-, ,        , i petition   lo   in-ovenf.   the   eight  been   determined,    'though    tl.o   hom. hlw bj feed:     n      "'  funnel is iu ore  carrying a   full  breast.  , Greenhorn Fraction  Al .lonos has a small   force  at  work developing the  Greenhorn  Fraction.  On the Donne.  The diamond drill i.s still open  , aling, under the management ol  ll. O. Jennings, witli��whtit, success cannot bo learned. It is re-  ��� .ported by outsiders not connected with the mine lhal ore has  been encountered in- several  places.       - " '���'"''  ,  Golden Fleece." ,-i  Work on this .property has  commenced, under ihe 'management of William Forsyth, the  tunnel was started last week,  and the intention ol lhe owners  is to run'J Of) feet.  Estella.  Work  on, the   Es-lolla   is progressing 'rapidly,   parties   from  Tracy  during    the   past   week,  say   that  a   high   biu   is   being  'taken from'the shafl.   -  '  Mining- Investments. *  .  <���   There are risks in   mining .investments as in any  other  form  'of investment*- says  lhe'Mining  and Scientific*Press.,  U is, how-  ;ever, tho business ot the  intelligent  ii.vj-.tor  who" understands  ��� his business  to  see  that  those  risks are reduced to a^inhiimum'.  But as against the risks common  to all commercial   ventures  maybe set the fact  that  the   mining  lievelsloke,]{.C.. Nov. 18, V.iOQ  I-Jon.   ll.   Alt-Bride.   Minister  of  Mines, Victoria, li. C.  ,   Is  the  name ,W.   A.  Callihcr  attached to petition dated NolSon  April 1st, 1HDU,   signed,Toetzel,  on 'page  -1(17   Returns  to House  ���Correspondence   re-Eight  Horn-  law,   dated I'Olh  January,  liiOO.  Answer .Revelstoke immediately.  JOHN  M'KANE.'  Victoria, li. C, Nov.'Ji),   liiOO.  .fobn McKane, Revelstoke. IJ. C.  W. A.  Galliher"s  name  i.s  attached to petition signed Toelzel  > MALCOTT RICHARDSON  Secretary Department of Mines.  William A. Galliher is a lawyer, ho wants to become a 'member of the House of Commons. He  is running on lhe Liberal "platform; supporting Laurier. 'Parte  and the Liberal party. He pro-  fosses to be a strong Liberal, a  friend to the wage earner! nnd'a  protectionist in'favor of a duty  on lead products. .As a Jriend  to labor, ihe (--above lelograin  places him where he" belongs,  ���'an enemy of Ihe laboring man."  His side partners, Laurier, Tarte  and the Liberal platform, shows  that he( is a free trader,' and an  enemy to protection.   ,-  PROTECT  The Lead Industry of   0  South East Kootenay  Andrew'.-, Society and wa.s  celebrated tonight by   the  members  as   Dehnonioa's   by   eating   and  drinking,  and     making    merry,  while   the   bagpipes  warm    the  Scotch   blood   of     ihe     merrymakers.'        The     haggis     was  brought on jusi before the roast,  with   all   due   ceremony.    great  platters of il being borne on   the  heads   of   waiters,   preceded   by  llm piper.    The speakers  g 1 untied the Scotch race  and   (pioted  liberally   from    Bobby ( Burns,  whose birlliplitfOpjji Ayr is 'visaed   by   more   persons   than, any  other in Great Mritain.  CONCERT AT KIMBERLEY  North  Miss  BY  AN  EXPORT   DUTY   ON   SILVER-LEAD   OFfES  LATEST  TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.  The    Munroe  Celebrated.  Doctrine. -   Birthday  Will Visit England  Goal and Coke from Fernie      , ���  Silver-Lead Ore From the  ���v. i " *"      o ' - ... i j L        '        ,  St. Eugene/ North Star and Sullivan Mines  i     ��� - ,���  , ' ' ' ' ' ' '    -r  '' ' , ��� ���  Fluxes Abundant all over tlie District.  FTFTY-OXi:   VKAICK   AS   L'Mf'KI <OU  Vienna,     Dec.   ���  1.^-Emperor  Francis Joseph, will   to-morrow  celebnitu the Til.st anniversary of  his accession to fhe throne,    lie  will   issue a general order to the  annyrth'a'nking lhe soldiers, for  (heir  loyalty  and fearless valor  throughout his reign, and declaring   that,   he   should, ever  look  ui)on  the army as the shield and  protection of'the throne and the  fatherland. , The   day   will   he  ushered in with   the  booming of  cannon   and   a   grand    reveille  sounded by the bugles of all the  regiments of the garrison.    The  city is already decorating.        ,.  Star     Miners     Hear  Fortune  Sing-.  On Thursday evening of  last  week-.   .Mis-,   Clara    Fortune of  Winnipeg, insisted   by   Rev. ' M.  Fortune of Cranbrook and   Miss  Sopor of Kimberley. _*-ave a concert lo a highly appreciative audience al lhe N'orth   Star  mine.  The sled ride through the snow,  iicroinpanied l��y  a   few   friends,  and behind four of Mr. Uandley's  stalwart  sleeds   was   much  enjoyed. , On die   following   even-  imr the siniror  wars greeted by a  large Kimberley audience,   augmented considerably by'the jolly  good'fellows from the mountains  The proceed.- of'those   two  concerts. to_relher with a large don--  at ion by the Kimberley audience  amounted 10 a considerable 'sum  which was-duly handed   over as  a first payment   upon   our  Kimberley church 'organ.      Kimberley people are very much pleased  at the success of this, their  first  concert, nnd join wilh'the miners  at the mine in extending a pressing invitation to our new  singer  1 roVi   the  prairie  io  give  us a,  second visit. m  COMPLIMENTARY BANaXTET  Lumber Industry)  Tn South East ICootenay there  are six sawmills thai are sawing  from _!CI| to   !30 thousand   feet off cil'i.^oiis   o  lumber daily. '    It- is' estimated  that an.average  of  10,000 feet,  or an average daily shipment* of  60,000  feet  of  lumber  is going  Moyio' Citizeins    Honor    Dr.    Hope.  On Monday  evening'last   the  -Moyie  .tendered    a  nvestmeut is relieved   by   many ^a<   k,-  ������,-i   �� .. V ���  ,   . , . "���> pftl   by  rail  from  lhe combined  onerous elements of risks at'ten  dant on mercantile investments.  Buying of, goods to sell again,  notwithstanding' competition,  taking chances pi' bad debt4 are  things that' do., 'not concern the  mine" operator but arc among the  hundred attendant risks that,  must be taken by tho merchant.  The foregoing luis boon stated'  in substance a number of times  by Tin. PiiOspEOTOi., and-it is  pleasant to know that others  have the same opinion, viz, that  there arc,no more, risks in min.  ing than in any mercantile busi-  ji ess  mills  of 'South  East Kootenay  The direct tax on this output is  not    less    than    t?j ��� per ' da/  to . each     mill, '  or     a     total  of ,-'830    per "day,     a     grand  total of ��0,000 per year.     By tho  close of fhe  coming year   theie  will   be  at  least  ten  or twohc  large  saw   mills   in the district  The lumber industry   is  rapidly  increasing as there is large areas  of    good    tinibe>-   land   in   lhe  Kootenay valley.  the Evening,World'. -'They have  cominiiniciiiod with the,1 Secret  Service Bureau at Washington  ,furni.shing the .names of the men  who  are accused.     'The  police  i  complimentary   banquet  to'  Dri j received the information l.hrongl  P.    Douglas   Hope,     who ^ was la, fetter writ Ion by a Frenchman  about fo embark upon lhe sea ol  whose knowledge of the English  matrimony.*    Tho  benquot  was language was exceedingly-  poor  Chnmbor of Mines  The Chamber of Mines, recently -formed at Ross.land (b exploit  tho mineral resources of   British  Columbia.   Kootenay  and   Vale,  will have a good effect in   bringing to the notice  of   lhe  world,  the wealth which lies  hidden  in  the mountains of East   Kootenay  and wilt no  doubt   bo  well   supported.    It. is surely lhe best advertisement that  the   Kootenays  and Yule districts could have,  B  Placer Mining.  There    are' few   people   who  realize the extent of   placer mining  in   the  Fort Steele district.  The  is a  popular ,idea that the  days when placer can be carried  on  with   its  meed   of profit has  passed, ihis idea i.s held   for  the  reason that the  placer 'fields  in  this district, have b,-en long dis  covered and the. wealth   extracted.'     Tho   truth   about   placer  mining,    however,   i.s   iiml,   the.  future will see a large   and   continual   increase   in   tlie  yield  of  placer gold.    Asa prool of   this  fact it is only necessary   lo   nolo  fhe number of   men   engaged   in  deej)    mining   on    Ferry   crook  every  winter,   taking out   gold  enough to pay their expenses for  the entire year.    Gold ' is,; found  on-Mpyie, river, Perry creek and  its tributaries.'. Skookum Chuck,  and Finlay creek,ar.e all burning  out gold in small   quantities, yet  Bennett-Hope.  oMiss Sadie Gertrude  Bennett,  and Dr. P. Douglas  Hope,   weie  man ied on Wednesday, at l'p.m  at tho   residence  of  the   brides  parents.'    The  wedding   was   ,i  quiet, one, though   a   number   of  Iriends of bride aud groom  weie  present.      After   lhe  ceremony  which   was   performed   by Rev  D'McK. Reid, a dainty wedding-  breakfast was pin-taken of.  Miss  Edith     Benne.it,   sister   of   the  bride, was bridesmaid,   and   Ui  Oreen of Cranbrook groomsman  Tjitte in tho afternoon tho happy  couple left on the evening   train  for,an extended trip east.     The  llrido and Groom are  both   well  and favorably known, and   then  many    friends    wish   them   all  happiness.  hold at the Kootenay -hotel,   aud  Landloid    MoAiahon   gave   iho  best spioad e\ei pat taken ot   in  Moyie, coveis woio  laid   loi    l~>  people   and   ample -justice   was  done   lo   the    vauous   couises  Aliei lhe banquet   thei e  was  a  least oi leason and a How of soul  and  otnoi   good   Unmgs      J   A  Uji \ey aclod as  chan man    and  complnnonKii \     speeches   weie  made by Nicholas Flood   Da\ in,  D   1   Elmer, R   B  T  Galbiaith,  ���1   A   llaive>    Di    Hope   F    E  Simpson  John  Hutchinson  and  otheis        The   speech    ��*   Mi  D.ivm ol Regina   was listened to  with   gieit     niteiest,   as   weie  those   ol   the   of hoi    spoakeis  Those   piesou!   say   that  it was  one    ol     the    most    successful  banquets    evoi    given    in   East  Kootenay  Thine woio delegates plcsonl  li oni Ci.inbiook Foi t Steele  and kimbei icy  The  names  of  the  accused are  withheld   by   the  police  J'oi obvious leasons      They   have Jo  cated the wnfoi and say thai his  sioiy is woi thy ol imosligation  ACUTE RELATIONS  ,    THEY IIAVEMET. .,',  McKane and Galliher nt'Itevelstoke.:  Revelstoke, Nov.".26.���A'fJ the  mooting held here lonigbt;   Galliher and Ross from Regina wore  'present,   and   were,  allowed oho  hour'nnd Ion-minutes to   present  their views      McKane  in   reply  spoke one hour.-md   thirty  minutes     Ho pio\od and made Gal-  bhei   admit   that   he  signed the  petition against   the   eight houi  law      F   1   De.me  of   Kam loops  Iind   to   bieak  up the meeting,  but   McKane  called   him   down  Pointing hi, hngei at   Deane  he  ovclaimed ' All        Secretin v  Chinese Oca iu you are   i   politi  cal bicit    it would be  betiei   lor  you lo be earning voui salaiy at  the Chinese legation than liymg  ���The  ,  to-  .. ILLINOIS'   'I'lHAI.   TKI1'  Newport News,   Dec.   I.-  battleship [llinois will  stai  day on her trial triji.    She is fhe  first,warship of lhe United States  to have her  smoke/-tacks  built  athwart ships and she is expected  to develop-"rout, speed.  -     ' " a �� .  .    -  PltlNCKSS OK   WALKS   BIICI'irUAV.  London, Dec 1'. ���The birthday  of. the Princess of Wales wa's  celebrated today at.Sandringham  with 'great eclat. . Many costly  pro.sonts,.vivere received from ail  parts of the world. The Princess of Wales is fifi years, old today, i having been" born on Dec.  V.  Ift-IJ.     '  Tin key and the United States May  Come to Wai  Constantinople, Nov 27 ���The  lclations between lhe United  Slates and !h6 Porte aie becoming  acute      Mi    Loyd C. Gi is  com. The0 American Charged I to bK^ru;;^^ meen^'m  AlfauosweiHto ho Yild,/ Pal- this groat i ,d,���g The meeting  ace Sunday and had an inter- closed ^th cheois foi McKane.  view ttilhTc-Ahk Pasha,   minis-  oui next mombci  tei of Foieian Allans? and  Tas-1    Dissolution  The fii m ot McVittie & Hutch  msmi.   the  well   known  ieal estate ^ind  insurance   biokeis   of  Cianbiook have dissohed   part  Tlutchinson  will  xo  of   the   liusi  ness '  sin Boy, fust societaly at the  ]ialace The inteivicw how-  evei, was ban en of  lcsulls  Wanted to Kill Koberts  London    No\     27 ���The   war  SI-IAT'I'LIC���IIONOLl'Ll*     l-'LKH'r  Seattle. Wash.. Dec. 1.���The  sU>amci Kimball today opened  the lonte lioin Se.ittle ]o Mono  luJu Foui 11 eight ,uid passen  gei  on  house -A Co The vessels will  make the return tup via San  Fi litersco  steamers   ha\e   been placed  this   route   bv/Fiank Water  1 Public School Exhibition.  On Friday  of  next  week   the  annual Public School Entertainment and concert will  be  given  in   the Masonic building.    During   (he  past   two   month's   the-*  pupils together with   the  teach-  !  ers'and others interested   in   the1  welfare of fhe school have made-  energetic   preparations  for   the"  event and   feel   confident   that*/  their audience  will   be  satisfactorily entertained.   .Several new  and' "Stlractive  features will   be -  introduced-   so   that   the   usual  grist of juvenile recitations  will  bo conspicuous by their absence.  On   the   programme   there   Avill  -appear a '*fancy dress drill  and  x  inarch,     club'    swinging.     and  bubble blowing, a  shadow - pan-  tomine and  numerous   tableaux.  Tho  lilly cents  contributed   by  each  will   go  towards buying a  new boll lor lhe school bouse.  t-K-itiuun    i>ui     _'( ���ine   warl  olhoe    publishes   the   lollow mg |l,e,ship      Ml     7  dispatch    Horn   Loid   Robcits, iC0I,t,!m�� in c,,a,i  he  Whoiu is It  people who siibsci ibed for  Development Next Season.  The coming season   will   be   a  remarkable one in the annals  ol  South    East   Kootenay,    if   the  rumors which are a float are veri  lied.      K  has   been   stated    that  several   strong   companies    pro  [lose   to   invade  East   Kootena.y  and   expend   large   sums   in   exploiting the country, and if   sat  islied^with   fhe   showings,    will  purchase and expend still larger  sums ira   development.      This   i.s  most: devoutly to by wished, and  really:, nothing   more   than   our  people have expected,   knowing  as they do, the wonderful sliow-  ingsof the district, and also, be  the Noi lb West Magazine a few  months a_,o, aie beginning to  wonder wheielheii good money  has gone to as no copies so i.n  has been loceivod Tho \oun_r'  man who took th" siibsci ipfions  apponed all i ight, although be  lid not piodin e his  credentials,  daled No\   (  Asiopoiis of a plot against  my liie will piobably leach yoa  I think you should know lhe  hi Us 11    is   my    belief    lhal  theiewasa  full Hedged   plot   n  oMslom o  .md h\e Italians, four  Hotel Business  In looking ovei    the   applications foi liquor licenses,  we find  .!(> ap])licalions     This  indicates  tint   theie   .no    id  and possibly  in lac 1 no one asked   him  Piio-^i'LcroK    hopes    that  subs< i ibei s h<i\ e not   been  (oed  Tin:  the  bun  ,sc\eial more hotels in South  Gioeks and a Fiowhm.in weie? East Kootena-y They aie all  ai rested on November   Kith, and j! sccmmgl.  doing a good business  hen  i UK. haul roit MT),000 000  _   London.    Dec    1 ���Plans  will  be opened to day by the London  Metropolitan     Disti ict     Under  ground Railway fiom   the  elec  trical geniuses ol tho   woi Id   foi  con\eUing its roads fiom  steam  to   electucity        This   contract  -will call ioi the i claying of more  than trfty miles oi   subtenanean  railroad       Lt is  estimated   that  the cost w ill exceed  i2."> dOO ikki  Bids  ha\e  been   icceived  fiom  the Westmghouse General Elec  Uic and Thomson Houston  ( om  panics, of the Uni led Stales and  the   large   companies   of   Gieat  Britain, Gei manv and Fiaino  Elks' Memorial Services. s  Cincinnati, Dec. 1.���The annual memorial services of Cin-  (innati Lodge of Elks will be  held at tin; Grand Opera House  to morrow evening. Joh.i M.  Qumn. a member of Butte.  (Mont.).-Lodge, but who holds a ���  a public position iu New York,  w ill'delivor the principal address  Roberts Wants Troops. ' ,  London. Nov 28.���The constant dispatch to South Africa  of reinforcing drafts, aud the  daily fights at points wide apart  = how that-the war is not over.  It is a fact that Lord Roberts  has asked for X000 men to replace the battalions whose  wastage incapacitates them from'  duty at the front.  ue nou   awaiting   ti ml  intent ions   weie  mine   undo-   St    Alary  Willi  Sll (ill"  a< tne  le.'idy  lieye that capital only,   wa.s  required to   make. East  Kooteiiay  sufficient to  make  it profitable | the wonder- of the Province.  Boston Tr-ui Wn W i  The .nmisteis and  the   Forme  Fire Press aie li.unig a   disrus  sain on t he sO( lal   < \ ll        It   lias  existed in all age no a iiioiml  ol disi iission will i i Ik ,ite il it  is one ol 1 Ik ( \ n , w hu h is Ik i o  lo stay To 1>i sin ( it < ,n |>< i (.  sti k ted, liul ii slam,i it nut en  tin I v ii. aid bi i gi i ,iiei ) i^K  than [I'M ( nh - b id n il h rujiling  lorle.in full tii'   Augean siabli s  ,      Plot''Ag.vi.i3.at T/CcICiiiluy.  New York; Nov'..'_!7.rr-A plot  to assassiu-ite President Mc'Kin-  loy lias boon ma.de known to the  police  of, Hoboken,   N. J. .says  (omjieiition,  to   explode    a j each and .ill   icady   to   lake   the  Maiy s   < Iiiik h jch mces   or making   mone\     lor  dm mg moi rung sei \ ires held   .n , .moihoi   luel\e months  II oclofK on November  Isih  St   John's Chu'nh of Euplfinrl.  Sei v ii (   every  Sunda v e\ eiiFm  !0 |>   m  Ileiiviobt Ypiu  on Reroid  olts\ ilie, Pa     i\o\     Id ���The I i  SIOM.i:S���HKO( HI   IO\  Pans |Jp( l -(, Stanton  Silkies the United States  Charge d Affairs at .Marlnd was  mat lied today in this cit\ io  Miss   Isabel   Brochefnii   ol    this  t M isi it-  No v. York  ^(>l      liulfalo  Ulil PA I ()   S \ll S  Dec   I  - The (mi  sailed    lo day     foi  Election Talk.  C roe n wood.    Nov.   ^7. I-Jon.  T     Mayne   Daly   of    Rossland.  John   Low les  of  London.   England, and  Sir  Charles  Tuppor.  discussed the issues o'f the   cam  pngn on behalf of .John McKane  the   Conservative  this constituency.  nominee  lolal piodin lion ol i oal bv tin  Phil idi Iphia md Reading Coal  ���n\d Iron Comp my foi the ye,u  is Hk> he,i\ lest loi seveial yr'.us  On the fust  mouth sei \ n <  miniioii at  I I a  Sunday    of  'ind   Holy  m  cat h  Corn  Cosl ol (he Boei W'u  London Yin * !0 Pai Ii.iiik n  u Iik h assembli s on IJe( h<l  must \o|( i !() 01)0,(1(1(1 |0 ( ,���]  I nine the .Souih Alncan wai  until I in tsl and then LL'O 00(1,  Oof. mini to end the w n. Thm  makes  tlie  cost    of. conquering  Boer"Ci'.OOO. 'In.proportion  :each  to the number of the'enemy  Boer war has been the most  pensive in-history.  Hii.siPi i i.ui \,\ <. in ur.n  Chi istiau sei \ ue  will' be   con  diKlid      iu      tiu        Piesbyleri.-ni  Cliuidi by   the   Pasioi    Ke\     I)  ' ' Mt l\   Reid   M   A   c ej v Sablxilh  levi'iurig at 7  ii)      Theie ��ill also  ] Ik  a sei\ u e evoi \ othei Sabbath  morning at  II   o i Jor k       Sunday j  [School lit 12 a.in.. ,     '       ['.  -     Allure wolcom.e to our services  Manila, by  \\a\   of   lhe   l ape   of  (.ood    llopi She    lakes    d(l0  landsmen foi the lloet .\hirh  she will evhange foi (pialilied  sea uk n with the 11 ainiug ships  Ihut fold and L.nxaslci  Ti iiikI.kI  Caused by Bud Food.  Moyie. Nov. :2s.__/v]*  miners working al the  Eugene mure rpnt work  inghi on account of \]w board,  ll was getting !,;,(!. t|���.y claimed A settlement of.^ill dillicul-  ties will be made in a few da vs.  the  St.  las!  al  ���;'1C| St. Andrew's "Men Dine.  <-'x"j     Now-York, Niov.   :i0.���Tltis  is  I the     l-]yrd      tjirthilay     of    St.  KINO    IO     \1SII    I.N(,LAN|i  London, Deieuiboi I Uom  Cailos 1, King of Poitug.il, will  \isil England some time during  lhe piescnt month He infos  one of the smailest kingdoms of  the earth, .but.; has. more titles  than any other living monarch,  Dom Carlos acceded to the  throne in IS-.'). One attempt  has been to assassinate him.  Will not Intervene. .,  Paris, Nov. .*JS.:-1>,',.,���iu). Dol.  casse informs . K'rugoi* that  France will not-.'intervene in  South Africa, .but will not dis-'  coinage any oilier country  doing so.' . ,       ... : '���  Fiiday i.s'Sl,'-Audrew.'s-'day-v y .  1 HI3  MliXKOI-yoOCTlUXE.      '     ...  'Washington, Dec. yfi lfi���'0?he  Munroe .doctrine, ''''Which' has  created such astir in the world,  is just 77 years old tomorrow.,  having been proclaimed Decern'--  ber 'i\ ls^3. rilKJ I,1.0SPJ.<',.rJ10l.,   POliT STJ_EI_K,  I?. C.  DECEMP.ICR 1   I'.-OO.
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PUnLlSIlKli    AND     KDITOK.
THE PROSPECTOR, is publlshc-
etfr.t Sittlird.i\. and lias a ftuaiantceJ
circiiUiiiofi laix-i ilian m\\ oilier papei
In I'.nst Ituoionaj. It 1- all lioin- I'lluied
and contains tlmiM. the now*, ol :mj
other paper in the disiiiet.
As an ,id\eriKin*^ tiiedM'.n it is mi
excelled.
Devoted to t?ie upljullilmi-'or I'oit Sti Hi'. Hi--
Jevelopmt'tti of tlie \.is*. itiliicr.tl n'souives ol
the East lvootcnav mmin!-' ilUirict
Subscriptions  * •J.1K1 pri   \i-ai
A.dvoriIsinK niies iiiikIc l-uoun mi -pplic.uioii.
Oontnbutions are soheiU'il fiom .ill p.irts of the
district, but all jnuui'i inumlul for pulillrailciii
must h.i'.ti the wiiter s s'^n.nuro
THIS PAPER !^;^,i;V""
U'CiiUir-
i-iil'V of Ala\.uiil''t
4.C0.. Slut'' I'".. I'll-.'. X.iiiini.il 11,1111. llwililin.
Spokitnt. Wa.!! . w licit- t onii.ii-is ran I*.' math
for It.
This   Panpr  '5   ,!,"i-1   "» ">•' il1 i;- c-
Agency. 84 and •« Menh,mis l-.\th.in.f .sail
I'VancUco. California, whfif coini.icts foi- ail-
VcrilstsiK can b" made for It.
Thie Dnnap is k.-pi on IIIc- it the A Menu's rd(J_l |<|,n ,v (•„ N, \t ,p,ip, i Ail-
vetisi.'i'.' Au'enc^ Monii',ii uht-M* i i'UU.h.i*
for 'i'ImtUmii-.' cj.ii he m.nlt- lot It
This _>a"»er
.store. SpoK.mt*, Wash.
U on  -.ii.-
(.'minim ,\
,tt    .1.
r-.i.
W.
huol.
3Dhe $ft08pcct0t.
SATUKDAV, DKCKMIiKl!   l..l'.KKi.
The Chamber of Mme.s in  des-
~ ,biued lo  ho. an import-inI far-tor
'in exploiting tlie mineral rosonr-
''ces of Ko6tcnay  and   Yale,   and
-.'cannot bul he.productive of good
•   results.    Such   an   organ'uatioii
,'■ has long heen needed and   once
' thoroughly .established  the districts which  it   is   intended   to
benefit/will soon begin to derive
•_ those benefits.
,The gentlemen who are promoting tlie scheme ' are '-Veil
known to the mining world, and
in their hands tlu-gathering of
•data, and<the advertising of the
< mineral resources of the country
can be safely left.
"   .      *.  -*    -•<■   "
From all outward appearances
no one would think an  election
was to take place in December, ft
-may'be'thai   the   electors   are
cuiite  alive  to  tho situation and
have a trump card   that  will  be
, t.
more fully exposed on the evening of the Oth. '
''.,-.«      i     '„  .
Wc are ,of   the. opinion   that
.every-i elector,   mine  owner and
- citizen who have the'best  inler-
' ests   of   the   district1-at  heart,
should vote for-'lohn McKane.   ■
C|b^4H(HSH^-4H^4H^^4i-   	
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FORT
The Mining Center of the District of Soutli East Kootenay
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The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway, Recently Surveyed, will pass through
FORT
Ai-id    Tap    the   Greatest    Mineral   Belt   of   the   District
{   ** 'j. ■■ i ' i
of leadership of
is still in abeyance, though it looks as if Hugh
John Macdonald  was the man.
The question
the opposition
When.tho Ottawa government
meet, as it will in a few months,
it is lo be hoped lhal, line many
.stern dulics. of -reform will be
taken hold of and prosecuted
thoroughly.
XX i.
Next week Callihcr will be
sayiug"all my ammunition in the
shape of political powder wa.s
entirely wasted.
BUIO-'AU OF I'HOVIN'CIAlj J.N'FOKM VI'lON*
Choice Business aiid Residence lots for Sale
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Apply to       R. L. T. Galbraith,       Townsite Office
^m!iimtiimmmt!m!mmmi!imt!!m!iimm mmmmmmfe::
I IN. HANSON, \
General Merchant
Lvicfuor Dealer.
AND
S^: Manufacturer of all Kinds of Litinibor,       A large assort-    :~3
g^ y    "inent of seasoned Laimbor and Shingles always             3
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Headquarters   for   Mining   and   Commercial  IVIen
The
pO*^e-.S!OT.
Lll.lt tlie (.'■OVL'lMIiKM'it    IllilV    ht:   IM
po^e^sion of ilctinHc iiffonn.itiori wilh
which to suppl\ iho^e x'Ckint; mvcstm.»rus in
this Province I am ni'-.iriu'Lc.l to invitt: psii-
ticulurs from iho-*e wlio lisive piopcruos for
.sale, arid who in.iv ft*cl dmposctl to foiw.ud
such purticiilais to ihi*. oRIlo for th<* piiipoM- in
^question.
In vir-n of the propti^t-d i-.uh i»'-oijr.ini/Htion
of tb«* A^-nt if-en«'i:il <- Onln* i!i r.oiidcni. Khi:-
land, the dt"-hul>iliu of Ji.iWnir on tile :i lmt of
farms .ind other prop*1 itit *. for •*.»](■ with full
and :iccurate det.uN ivntAinus I»r«p*'iUcs
HubmUtt-d in a*. iiu'hnJe f.uni'. .md farm l.iruN
industn.il or cominiTcuil concerns, -junhei
limit*', walei pom-Ms or uihtr niterprwrs
uffordiuy opporiuniiM's f(»r M»-ritimnte in\esi-
ment.
It K not pioposi U tu i< tt tin nu nd propyl ties
to intend-iiif-ine-tor1. but to.uTont tli'- fullest
access to ilw cl.issitlMl 'Isi*. and all availnhle
information-omifcti-.1 ilHTcwitn and to plate
ennui ret s in *-.oinmmm anon with tin* nw nt i s
Thefulltisipirlicul.us.nl'  desired   not  onh
of tbe properuf s iht'tiiseiM s dmi of tin    lotah-
ties in which the\   ate  miiuimi    and   tht* < nti-
ditions arfcctinw th»*ni    !>*■ n.is pm pose punt- .
ed   schedules   will    upon   .ipnliratjut.    tu    foi - j
warded Ut Lh<-sc desii (nis of ui il.inir *-ali'
i: j: i;o*"Vi_[._. I
f$tcrtt*trij. finmm '>( I'-rn nu ml ItiTot'-
ttiotitjn.
- Had to Conquer or Die.
a.     vf U'H-S jUSt uli(Hll ^■.iM(.'.";W|'it.ts.S    M IV.
Hofiii   Ricliafij.sou.   of   Lnlurcl   Sjn'in^H,
Nr. C, ilJ hafl ^'tmstiuiption <o li:t<l,-(,li;it
tho 'bent V1(k.Mms '.■niiui' 1, could' noi;   livt:
..more than fi- month, hut i bn«.,niH to   us'*
Dr.' ■.■IviiigV. Ni'v.v   Di^roviii'y   Hint  .wuh
wholly cur'Mi hy kcvciI boUlcs  ami   ;uii
now rttoiit-"-rifl \vi;l!." *'It'n an  tinn'vnbMl
■lifo-H-iyei" in   ( V'riMiiiTijd.ion, 1 'm'ulinonia.,
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,"f(fte(| \>oil}c.H 5(h; fuid $1.1)0.    Trial boUl.
iffui nl"■'. fi'.
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*#. _L, MEAB GYGLE C@M**^NY, Ohiaaaolui. THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE. 15. C,  DECEMBER J, 1900.  i  Li l  -   i  ��ta tyM&peckvi;.  hig'li  Liberals want Laurier and Tarte  lo meet Clark   Wallace  and   Sir  Cliarlos  Tupper  on   a*   coinriioii  platform.  Mayor (larelen claims a majority oi "."."-(l in I'urrard.  1 Mr. Maxwell, shouted that lie  was sure of ."iOO unijorily a month  ago, now his estimate is only 200  Orr December Vilh it will be nil. \  Sir Charles'Tupper and John  AlcKano, will address tlio electors of Nelson loniii-ht.  Sir diaries Tupper'will speak  in East Kooienay during ihe  coming week. ' '  On December (itli tlio,-niinin_r  men of ihis riding will have <an  opportunity of volinir for a rep-  ro^ontativO'ininiiiy' man to rep-  resent them- in    the,'.Dominion  House.  'u  '  Tho ' mini up     men   'of   Yale-  Kootemiy-Cariboo, have no confidence in the promises of the  foil]' free traders, '-'the two Sif-  tons, Oliver and OalTiher.'"'  - Protection of home industries,  is what has made 'the United  Slates a groat naiion. and il will  do the same for Canada'.\'-W  The home smelting and refill-  ing of Kootenay, ores would  benefit every'I'lii-mer in lhe dis-  trict.'      -, .   '  -  .-���    ,   -  We believe lhal it,is necessary  for the .wolf'ire," of ihis district  that, an export, duty, should be,  placed on lead products. ���  There is no 'protection- plank  in tho_Libera] platform, as a  party' they,are"free traders, and  do not'bolievc in ,placing' duties  on incoming or outgoing articles  THE  HOTEL  H. ��� REINEMAN, Proprietor.  Fort Steele, B. C.  largest aYid Most Gotmplete Hotel Iti SovitH Bast KooteVmy  ODERN   CONVENIENCES  Sample Rooms for Commercial Men.  Headquarters for Mining Men.  NOTICE.  XuLitii1 is 1i��jc*1��.\ jrhcn thai ::o (l.iy* \n\o\  cl ii#�� J Ut-lt-ii V. INimcif intend to ..p|j.�� to llio  CliUM Coni!nIsM(��iKM~of I-.1111K and Work*. .11  Virlona, IJ <;., im pm.r-.simi to pin^hiisi^Uu'  folio win*/ rtesfrthpd ]timls: Coi_iuiunLiii^ :it ;i  po-it planted uc'.ii'the old Noi Lli Sur'ore :o.id  iil)oiit.*_J()fl t-yuftMst oi tlu* four nitk' ho.ml.  thence soutli -10 cIkum-*; thence wrsL IUrli..in*-.  tliLiiee noith -to eliains thcnee^'iist lUthsnnslu  point of Ijej-MniiJiitf. G'nm:min.�� in all Hid .umcs  more nt loss       f    , ^        ' (��� '  r*oc;iu-(i on mil. iswo' ' '  �� _ nj.u.x v.' i-STMi.Kr..  News Kotes. ���  Chairman .Tunes, ol'-tho1 Dcm-  pcratic.Nalional Cominiltee' says  that the eloclion wasv 'a surprise  to him. as'all were confident of  success, and the v-.voepingTepnb,  licari victory" came "as a-severe  shock.       " ''  .  Kruger says Tnat  the British  -   can  never   win.   the-war, waged  'oil the two republics*haireached  the last limit oT barbarism, that  the Boers will win or die.  General Bailor1 defends , the  British army, he says that his  comrades and, soldiers are not  barbarians. No,'patriots of the  Transvaal are lighting, and that  bandits and mercenaries are the  only ones in the lield. *  *���*  The Now York .Times  says:���  that W. A. Clark'  has   made   il  'doubtful-whether-he is Glark of  Montana,   or  Montana ,ie>Montana of Clark.  Oom Paul entered, into. Marseilleslike a, conqucror.ol: nations  It is dollars to cents .that no one  will over hear of him entering  tho Transvaal in a similar  way.  NOTICE.  NolUu l�� lipii'liy ;-rl*,eii Him .ill il.iys atiei  il.itu I 111 Li ml lo api'lv loillie ('hirf 001111111-.-  sltiiiuv of l.utnK :'iml Work1, foi n lici'iise to  lnospcci for coiil 011 illc St Mary's Kivi-r .ilioul  two milcsiibovi' ilie Indian IU-soi vntion ' t'om-  liiuii-lnii.it tliusuutli _<i<.i (.'iiiuur post ihonco  Ml < .nuns no'uli. 1110110,0 sO ch.mi-. *A0-.t, thi'iicc  U) cliiifus south: Ll-purr si) chain's u.isi'lo poini  of coiiinu'iic.'iiii'nt .1 Till ooriL.iiniii'z t>10 .ici'".  inoiu or les-. ,        ,'"- '- ',  *��� ' .1 AMISS  1'OI.KY.  U.iloiliit 1'ort Steele tins l.'.ili-il.i.v nf Oi'lo-  bi'i. I'KJO.     ' ' IS '-  ' ..MlNEUAI. ACT  ���   -    ,        -"(���-���I'liM r.) "  .' \  ui i*Ttn<\\Tr. (iv imi��hovi:mi:n-is  ; NOTICE* '  SILVER   QUEEN   MINERAL,   CLAIM.  dmnito in tin' I'-ori .-.tooli' .Miniut.' OlMsioii  T South K.lst Kooicn.iy OUtl let      1  Whore loc.iti-il*���One nnlo nml <i h,.ll fifiui  tlu* lnoiith of Lost fiocU anil .ilioul ion miles  lioin,I<-oi l Steolo in .1 south oast riiit-Ltion .lihI  ontho'iioi tli side ol I.osi ciculs  'I'.iKu notice that 1. Tlios T. MvVilllG. V M  ('. Xo. ih���-IS .iKont Im Oio.). .loluisou. I'' M. f.  N'o ii.ll.-*li S.umicl l.owi^ou JAM t: Xo nl.il'JO,  J l'\ Aiiiisiruni.'. .Hliiiinistiitior foi W'lir-iiii'-  osl.ito, intond. .sixty days fion1 Lho'oaio hoiool  toapph to lhe Mnuiti'KocokIlt foi .1 riitill-  r.itc of hnpr.nciiionts. foi tho jmi jkiso ol oli-  tinntiiL' .1 f 'io-.\'n (.1 tain of tho abn\o I'l.ilm  ��� And fmihi'i* take uotioe mat action. unuVi  scciioii :i; iiiusi ho ooin.iioni'i'd bolom tho issuance or such Col tilioaK' of llupiovoiuonw.  Dated Llns*_'sih day or Oi-iohoi. A IL. I'lOO  ���II-      ' TriOS T. M-VlTTIll.  * SIM f Heavy Hardware'  ,    *,    ���. ' '     ��� ( ���  ' l" i  Stoves, Graniteware, r  ' 1 ' > I  ,'��� * Tinware *'','���'  Powder, Fuse, Caps  * Points and Oils.  ,,_ /,*' ,.-''- , -'  c      ' 9 v '- - ..  '    < i r ' l  Slieet raet&l work of all kinds  -r -'���������,  promptly- executed. ., ���  KIMBERLEY  i . i   *  '        , .      ' , ." .   '"*       ' '      ,   - ���       .,';*--  Q r , * �� '  The   Coming-   Town   of  East  Kootenay.  Near, the fainou.  Northi Star  and Si4llivati iVliri^s  *"_  , NOTICE.  Notice is lioiohv kUi'ii lhal ililrtv dins nf!i r  date I ltiU'iiil to :i[iiil\ lo the Chief ('oininis-  slouerof I.unilsaiid WotKs for a siiecial lleence  lo cull tltiiht'!' upon lln; >rollo��niK desi'iihed  Cinun lands- C'omiiienciiu,' al u poini ouo-half  nnlo norlh of the noiih i' isi eoiui'i ol ihe lnn'd  held uikIi'I Mr. I''. I', llo^an's s|ieel.il liiuliei  llei'liee slui'lle noai JJ.uj svllle. IOiisi ICootelulv  Ilieiieo noith silc-hnln-. .I'l'Miee'ensi iai chnins.  ihenee souih siiehains .ihenee uesii.ti clrilns  in the piiliil of cniiinii'iuviiieiii inni|]ilsliiir in  all iilmiil UMXIiii'ii" ol UuilM'i lands.  I HA   \   h'lNCII.  is   Hated tin . -it.il> da\ o, Xovomliei. A.l),. I'liin  THE  GliamDeroi Mines  1 " .  K ��� i", '   ,;        '���  SOUTHERN BRITIST COLUMBIA  1 (Kootenai's and Yale)  Commissioners Meeting'.  .\ nx't-iinj.'. <if tlu- '..uviihi1 f'niiiini���  siimor-or rimnh !"isi Knotoiiay will l>o  lu>lil nl Mdjii'oii riiituril.'iy 1 >ci*<-!inhoi'-  l.'i. l'.KKl., lo fon-iili'r I'lio fdllowiii}'  :ip]ilicMiinni fm' :' Hivm-*!1 In i-fhiil  liijiinr.  Win. Sii'Wiirt. (iriuniJiT TTotcl: . l\  McNi'iili. Kti'.Mc li.ui-i;: it.-!). Miitlii'r.  Wiii'1-.nr lluiui*. 1!. liciiicin.iii. Iniperiul  Hole! .���mil U. \V. Dr.'W. Conti'itl 1 lolcl.  Koi't Sn-i'lc. ���!. I,. l-:ilr-. I'oyul Hotel:  II. W. Drew. Noi-lh S;ur lintel: .l.i-  Cin-Kill. ' Ontario Moid .mil Jules  llui'i'C'l. Isii��l��si,l<-y riotcl. ICiiiilii'i-lo\.  Win. SiH-af-m', Miner's llunu1: A. .Mill/  ' KsU'lU House. 'Pr.tey. (.'('iirye lliii;-  "���iirlli. KlkH'iU'l. Hiiro. ,\T. llnnson.  Wiisit llolel. Wii-ii. !���'. Me''iilie. ('(���))-  lr:tl ll'.iti'l. Wiudliei-. I"). <; i-I |li itli.  Willi Hor-e.  -, Tlio Chamber of  Mines  wains Hior-  oii}llily l-eliiible eoi-re.sponilent.. in ever,\  ('iniiiiiii lhe iliMricK of 1'ats.t nnd We-I*  1 ii  Kooliiiiiiy and Yule, lo u'linui i-eaMiinihle  compensation will lie paid lor ilicir  services.  ('oi'i'csjjomlents will In- expected io  Itiriiisli tlie ("liamlier uf Mines uhli nil  ik-\'elo)iiiieiit niiiii" on ul tin-' mine-,  lhe ii'i-Li'.lliilioii of iniieliinery, slup-  nients ol ore ani'l value, aiifl generally  siieh neu'.s a- will attract Ilie iilleiition  of caiiitali-.ls and ean-e Ummii lo inve-,-  lieate and invest.  Application-- to lie ndilre���cd to liie  CllAM!{|',.i: Oi-' .MINKS,  S'nitliei'ii l!t'ili~li ('olinnb'a.  - !    \ ��� (Kooienay^ anil Valei  I'. O. llo\-.17^. IJOSSl'.ANI). H. <".  .   FERNIE, B. C.     OLD TOWN  SPLEN DT D A CCOM iMOUATTONS  Sample Rooms for Commercial Men  No Traveller Should Pass the Door.  Tho. t,r:iil runs within ion foot of  Hnni line' pii'nlv ol hay niul i^i-tiin. li  Wnhk'rr .von will ncvisi' nrtcrc-l il.  I lit; house.!.     Goocl  you I'lilronixc tho  A Liixnited Number of Liots for Sale  I '(Of , , Cl * >  at Prices Ranging from  -* ' ��   - ' '-'"..        - - .-  $125   To    $4-00  �� , - i ��- o  ', ' t ��� ' ,   '   ���  !      ���NOW   ISn THE TIME TO BUY as prices will'be'advanced the first  of the year.  Apply to o  i ,i>  Land Commissioner, C. P. R.  Winnipeg, Man., or to  BEALE & ELWELL  Fort Steele and Kimberley,  KIMBERLEY.  N.  A.    KANOUSE,  -    Proprietor  .'Pt  '"���;.���:;:.' oil r*r^;:iD  '���>���>������??���  T   &   PITTS  WINDERMERE $? DONALD  ' ��� -y; Fi ',;���" v-ii .:���"! '?'"���;';    -��� --;  ...VistiU'l- te2 fc-.'Li.Jii'dW/rl   (��  uenera  |i'iii*1 Sleele  II   \V. IIAUXI-X  ('liief Lieeimu Ins-iectnr.  I!  I'.. N'o\. .!(). I1I1I0.  THE   UNION    JACK.  ���vliiolilloaUovi.-i- r.i'-it.uin' :m��1 all lier  (���(iloiiie.s is einlileiiial-ie ol'tlie ailiiye.  ������In union l.lieiv. im r-lrenytli." 'I'lie pal-  Viotie. l.-ulk-s of ('.-i.'-.iHla rail (-.\ein|��lify  lhal. a'l'i_i'.'.*it��l 'l;-'1-''!^-'. il , patriot,!e  seijl.iineii'.' In; iitwiM-i:!!, thoir JOnylisu.  Si'-'oieli'ami.l'i"inli i-oiisiiih . .vht^-.priiilur.-.-.  l,|ie piii-i! inaelihie-n-aile '. I l.tT-'.KN ������.lea��  nf e'eylim suul "!ii'.St... -'iV*- ili-n'ikel'ri.wijl  Iiml tlie ���Kluo-.i:il''iK.iri.' ' .Moiistiion anil  Sulaila ui-e.ni leas a. pl,.-:!.~iint'ehaiif;e  from Japans.���CoJouist. ,  .^   :'.���:"z �����*- :o '.'Mir '" p-^-.u iii?:;-  '���yi;:-   ..���i'.-:^:i.i_ >;;i l/.-::::y, A*  O-.tir.: i" '.:���--:'::-.'.i:n .Vi*..*. a�� i-.v.W  ���p UC��Z. "J?  "j. i ook '.iut ron imitations and sua- *\  isminui.    the ocmuiwc corri*=���  ���? Hi-,\F.�� THE N��E,  1        PERKY DAVJS & SON.  r,C* <*x,a:st>,/^/&/^iiWCyTi/��>.x2v,Ci/l&,t  ining supplies (  atits  oeoiaitu  "Minci-s _;-oiiif< norlliwiirel via Caiioo liivr Iv'oiile will find il :i \ur<x<:  siivin��r anel convciiieiH-o lo procure' t.l���':ii~ sii|>i)lie'.s ai, Dona.lel.  SOLK  AC 10NTS  ��� 'Buckleh's Arnica Salvo.  Ii;:s -.voi-ltl-wiile .fame foi-' iiiiirvellimi.  em-es.    [1, riiirpusoK any   otliei- Valve. 1  Iinii, oiniiiM'iil. (il- li;:.l|.n foi- (,'nt.s. Ciii'ii  ilurn.s. tinils; Sores I'V-.lons. .Ulcer-'  tor. Salt JUieuni. Fever Sore:-. C!!a]i|>ed  Uanils. Skin   l'"i'ii]itioiis:    lnfallilile   for  f'iles.    ('nrt! tjuui'iinteed.-'"   Only _"n.-. at,  A. \y. Uleasdell's drug-store.  (Canton  S^'eel Company.  iyiiuliTini'V-', Coklcn a.nil Uonakl  .VJiniiic- Divisions.  . , ,    ....    , t        xi       n- i-'        ���      n-     .   n        i        n       W. F-ANDKHSON        K. .1. VUYl.V.  Agents  al WisidermerG  for iho Galnoniia Giant Powder. Co. 't.p-.a.. Nelson, a.g.ka.. Vancouver  Canadian Pacific  RailwayAND  SOO    LINE  Still I'lintimiei- tt) tipowiU1   l-'ir-t-ela-.v  Sleepers on iill train-) from  Revelstoke and Kootenay Landing  A1-.ii TorUIS'l' e'AKS passing -Dim-  iiiorc .111 m;t inn Daily lor St. I'.nil.  Siitni'iliiy-. for Monlreal ami linitun.  Moml.i.\i anil 'I,1ii,ii,mI:ii\�� for TOroiiln  Sunici cars p.iss^ rieivt'.lslolcc  one. day oarlieM-.  No  Trouble  To Quote Kates and  .Hive you a  Pointer  Regardinj;  the   I'^astern  Trip  you Contemplate taking  Fall and Winter Schedule  now EJfectivo.        '���'"-.,  : l-'nr liine-Uil.il.s. rules anil full information eall on nr address ne.ai-"sl local  iijloiit.'or .''.'���.���������-'���'���.  '.]. \V. ('I'AN'K, A-renl   I'Virl Stoi'l.-.li'i.  <-.!-:. MANSKlEIJ(.''Atrt.. KoH .Steele.  JUST    RECEIVED  Assorted Cn.r of Best Brands of Flour   and   Meals,   etc.  Flour, Patent Hungarian and Stronir Baku)'.  Rolled Oats. Cracked Whoa.. Whoatletts.    fi  Oornnif-al. Buclnvheat l-'lour. Split Peas.    '���  -   Navy   Beans., Lima Beans. Pol Barhn*. etc  Bran     Chops     Shorts     Oats     Hay.  Fleetwood Tea. a pure artide imported direct, from Ceylon  try ii once and you will use no other.  i-'rohh   Breakfast   Bacon.   Hams  aud   Dry Rah Side Bacon,  Butler and 10<,rj_s.  POTATOES   fmd   CARROTS  Fmi.WOOD all lengths to suit all sloven   ���  THE   FORT   STEELE  FLOUR and FEED  STORE  E. C. MILLER, Prop.ioior post OFFICE BOX 836.  l^    All ii'oods iruaraiiti-ed :iu<l jirir-o^ aKo ;��k being con-cet.  Semi in orders.  Now Open  ore  io. (w��  . H, W Drew,'ivroprietok. Til 10 PUOSPEd'OK. FORT STEELE, B. C. DECEMBER 1. 1900  Some Biscuit  and Cake  arc light, sweet and wholesome,  while others are  sour,  heavy/  bitter, unpalatable.    The same .  flour, butter, eggs and sugar are  used; what makes the difference?  It*sail in the baking pozoder  DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER  can be depended upon always to make the food light,  sweet, delicious and wholesome;. This is because ic  is scientifically and accurately combined and contains ,the purest grape cream of, tartar, the most  healthful of all fruit acids, used for a hundred years  in the finest leavening preparations.  PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.,  CHICAGO.  Note.���There are many alleged cream of  tartar baking powders upon th.*.- ������.-.���-. rk.:  sold at lower price.*., which pro*.-., upu.:  analyst), to be alum pwwdeH in <.!i ���-  guise. Alum is a corrosive poison,  which must not be taken in the food.  ��Jj�� Prospector.  SATURDAY.  DEC IOI 13 En 1. 1WX).  LOCAL NEWS NOTES.  James Dibble, an old time  '. prospector iii the Foil Steele  ' .district, has just returned from  Alaska.- Jim says:���'"No more  "Alaska; Klondyke. or Ml in,  South East Kootenay i.s good  enough for'me. "  -, Prices are holding very linn in  lloiir, milling goods, with strong  - tendency to advance, so Ihe pro-  cprietor ol' the Port  Steele   l^eed  ���- 'Store advises us. ' This is, therefore,' a,good time lo purchase  / your winter .supply. ' He has just  .completed a full stock of Hour,  meals and breakfast foods. '  'Chinese Legation. December  7th'. itX"'.', -Mr Chinese Secretary  Deane. at home: 7 p.m., good  rivcuing. regret.������> to (.lalliher.  ^ Mrs Harry Keiiiemtm left on  Thursday for* a vioil to friends  ih Portland. Oregon. She will  bo absent several months.  Cliilili-cii will- >ro hluiy-hin;;. They  ri-liit'ii i-oven-ii witii biiow. fliilf !i tua-  M])(Kiiiful of 1'iun-Killer in hot waler will  pi-ovour ill etTects. Avoid _ubitiiute!>  there ii but. one J'.iin-ICiller. I'ori-y  DhvK".    -."ii;. and "JOe.     > .  M.   A.   Beale   went    io   Cranbrook on Thursday.  Mining Note-. [  Il '.-, learned ihat anot.lior'  Wild Horse creek inming: properly will be worked this winter,  and thai the representative oil a  M rong.mining syndicate' will be  lii-r.* next week, lo make jir-,  rangements ipr coinineHeLug  work'.  It is ..reported thai work on  ilu- Dupont group will be resumed in a few weeks'  The London and Lancashire  Mining Company of England  have taken over'the Alice group  oi,mines near Grestpn. and will  start development work at once,  and continue lhe woi kail winter. This will make things lively at Creslon.  A'lotlor from E. J. Walsh .-,ays  that in the spring he will be  prepared to do a ,!argi> 'amount  ol work on his Perry and Weaver  creelc claim*-*.  Work' on a. number of Wild  Horse creek prppertiors will" be  resumed shortly. "    '<  The comjng .season of 1'ini is  go;n'g toheon_^of development  anil ' progress throughout the  Fori Steele mining 'dhjsion.  Send in , your subscription to  Tiik 'rjjKOSi'i'CTOU. and -get all  the.mining new.-,.  (Mining stocks in eastern Canada'a iv improving, although the  demand is limited.  Placer mining on Perry creek,  is a fruitful occupation of the  prospectors oi this vicinity during the winter rnomlK  1 Standard oil shares are sellin_r  at 5-'74l a share. This represents  a jump of 21 cents for the week.  British Columbia ��� Copper  Company's shares have advanced from ��17 to *?lVi per shaye.  Tlie - Canadian Bank oi commerce  (HEAD OFFICE TORONTO.)  paid     ��p    Capital    $6,000,000.  fl0N\  Cr.O.   A. CO.V.  lYi'-iuVili.        ' 1!. 10.  Wat.ki'U,  (Jen. Mini.  GOLD DUST PURCHASED. HONG KONG DRAFTS SOLD.  J.XCIIANO10 on all ])arls of Hie world lioughl and sold.  London Agents���The Bank of Scotland.  Port Steele ^ Cranbrook I3ra��clie��  J. W. H. SMYTHE, Manager.  GRASSICK   &   DEMPSEY.  CO A7 TRACTORS  AND  13UIU1JERS.  Fan   Steele   B.C  Tin- Mo-,t t'limplrU' Hcultli  Ui'Mifi on  ,, the ('niiLiiii'iit ol North 'AiniM-ii'M  SI Urn 1ml hikNi -Tt'iu'ii, umtMilli tl Ipi t.tiititlt'iti  Halcyon    Ilol    Springs  ]',-..ili;i,: iishni;.C- nil- i��inm KrsUli'nl 1'livv  .- K\(uisioiis Odlllldl IUIII sli'l.vii.\.Niiisi'  1 Is.K'joi> S)irin>:��. Arrow t.iik". I!. I'.  In U'lOi'rJU.tiu'I'OinniJinii-iuUMi   ,  ��uli 'illi'iuu ol tin- miiUI,  T\t-u nniiK niMVf iiitiulopai t t'M'i ������ iltt.\  U  loini*. s|5   in  sis   pel  vvcol,. luvoulim:  it> ii.'-.ulcuk'olii lintel or \ il Ins.  ll^ ll.itns 1'un' nil \i*iioi^ ami r^lisL-uhu-  U'm'imn ll.-. Wuiris lli'.il :ill Klillu", Ll\ci  iii.tl Mtmi.u-li Ailments  ANDREW   NEI DIG  GONTRftGTOR     and    BUILDER  II017S1* AND SKIN rUIN'TINO  OAI.CIMININC mill I'AI'IOl' HANOI NO  FORT STEELE, 13.. C.  c  c  0   All   work promptly done.  _ J ^L  Professional.  North Star Lodge  FOIST S'l'KKr.K, H. 0.  NO. 30.  A. P. AND A. M.    ' C. R. B. C.  ��� lleiiuliir iiipi'Uiiks���Ist Tuesday in chcIi  inoiith at cluhl o'clock. Vlsltlni; llrcirierii nre  ctiitliiilly inviieil.  ���   A. W. Bl.KASliKl.l,, Socrctury.  !  H-OIIT SVKKI.K DKVKI.OP.MKNT STNIIICATK LTD  1W r.i'iiiloiiliiill Strrul, London, Knuliiiiil. ,  N. A. WALLINGER,        FORT STEELE.  POST OFFICIO HOX 8.  J-*?-  -r?r  IL., A. lillton paid Cranbrook^ a  visit early iu Uie week.  Matt Uaekendorf of the'Crah-  |f"   brook  Herald   sin ft,   and   A.   L.  'McDormott.   wen;   in    town   on  Sunday last.  ft. L. T. (ialhraiUi and .J. A.  [Tarvejy went lo Moyie on Monday.  Mrs. Charles Clark is" much  improved iu heallh and is able  to be about once more.  The Port Steele Plour & Peed  Store proiirietor i.s a^-eiif for ihe  JPleetwoocl Ceylon .t-ea. rPry it,  once and vou will use no other.  x  Hon. Richard McIJride.  minister   of   mines,   will    visit    Port  ���" -Steele next week.  That eight-hour-law, petition,  ���was the blow that killed f!al-  liher.  Sir Charles Tupper should  hfive a warm welcome, when he  visits East K"ootenay.  Tho many friends of Mrs:  Clark will be pleased tojearn  that she is rapidly recovering  from her recent serious illness.  ,A. C. Nelson visited Moyie on  Tuesday.  A. H. (J race went lo Pernio on  Priilay.  The Iii"; fiolilical gurrs are  eix-  pi.'cied lit "Port Steele noxl week*.  Six days more and the election  will be a thing of Hie, past.  C.   M.   Keep  was in -Joyic on  Hiesday.  11, i.s reported that several more  marriages will take place within  the next few weeks. This is due  lo lhe glorious climate of the  Port Steele district.  .1. A. Harvey went   to   Fernie  on Friday.  Sullivan -shares are"quo;ed at  lli- cenrs. .  Bar silver on Thursday was  quoted at li.-J'' cents. Mexican  dollars at :"Qicom.���-.. - <���   ,  It is reported i hat a big New  York Syndicate has heavily invested in British Columbia.  Si'r. Charles Tupper.~6n .Monday was in Rbs'sland wilh John  Lowes, a member of tho Eri_,iish  house di'commons. Mr. Lowes  is ' president of the Velvet Mining Co.  Over 3000 tons of 'ore wa.s received at the Trail smelter last  wcelc. of this amount thcCe'iler  Star mine furnished JlIJ.s tons.  Shaving ��*���? Hair Dressing' Parloi  Next m Oilflitjl lloti'l  KORT   STEELE, B. C.  All ikhids.of hair work    ���    ���  a specialty.  A. J  GREZ,   -    -   Proprietor'  CARLIN  & DURICK  C.KNKKAI,  Fori  MERCHANTS  Kcst  o    Kootenay.  MILLINERY  Just Received���A-large con-,  signnient of Latest Styles.  '     MRS.'DILSE, Proprietor.  News Notes.  In order to make a better  showing the French Meet in China  will be divided into three  squadrons. ���   >  ���    Nine   of   the   foreign  envoys'  have written strong  letters  denouncing the punish mem  edict,  declaring that  Yung Fuh Siang  must be punished.  Spokane has became a' great  railway center, it is now called  ihe great interior gateway of the  Pacific northwest.  Get your job printing done  at  Thk Pkospkutok ofti-To.  N. A. "Wallinger arrived home  on Wednesday. lie is looking  well afi-er his lomr trip.  '    C.   A.   Mansfield,   left  for the  east on Wednesday.  There it- Su r-H*iTt.iitii.\ alum. '"*.*��� u->-  Bals-in. It fiiri's yu-u-1-<;i��� ���_��� h i|iiii'ki\.  All bronchial iifl^cimn- _-m May to ir.  2uc. of nil ilriiij_-i~r- .M.ii.iifin-tui'c'i h\  the propi'ii'tiii'- i���[ I'i'itv llm i-' I'.iin-  Killer.     '  The campaign in We .si   Koote-  ney is getting bot.  Work ha> commenced   on   lhe  addition to the hospital  IT you want the  mining  news  of the district   read  Trin   Puos-  PEt'TOK.  North Star Lodge, A. V. and  A. M., will meet on Tuesday  everrintr.  Don't forgot the Public School  Concert on next Fridav evening.  Constable Bar-ties went io  Pernio to attend a nioutirm of  the fJcense Coinmissicinei's on  Fridav.  Dave Gritlith came down from  Wild Horse creek on Wednesday.  J.   A.   IT.'irvev   wmn   io Cranbrook Wedncm��lay, on legal husi  ness.  George: Gilpin was in lowir mi  Tuesday.  \A special me-cfuig of Rocky  Mountain Ch a. pier, li. A.M., was  held on Tuesday 'evening..  J.   M.   Hedhjy   went  to (;r:in-  brook onTiiesday..  Lofjan Statue  Washing-ton. Nov. ."io -- The  SliitiK* of Genera! .John A. Logan  will be completed in a few days  and ready for .shipment to ihis  city, i The statue will be nh-  veiied by the Isi of the year.  Conservatives 'Ahead.  Cbarlottelo-vn, -P. E. I. Nov.  2b\���As a-result of thee recount  the Conservatives have -. now  three 10 the Liberals, two seats  in Prince Edwards Island.  KEEPS   CONSTANTLY   ON    HAND  Fresh Broad and Cakes  Fresh Fruits every day  Fresh .Vegetables  .    '      Fresh Eggs  Fresh Milk,and Butter  Steele,        //>  Sole Agents fo, the Q^OI] %\^ COMPANY  Tins Stkkl is guar-anteed to be equal to .Tessop's or .Firths in all  l-Ai.n Rock Woruc  Grows Nest. Goal 0.���  Giant Powder Gompanu.  Mining Supplies a  Specialty. ,,  Agents Tor the   MASSEY    HARRTS    CO., Limited.  Farming   Implements.  THOMAS    McVITTIE  F��.I-,.S.  &  CB.  Fort Steele B.C.  W. It. ��l)8S. '     II.  W, IlKIIRIIU.lt  ROSS& IJERCHMEH.  Barristers     -'    '-     Solicitors  NOTARIES PUBLIC  CONVEYANCERS. . .  ,     ��� ' Fort,  Steele,, B.   G  T.    BDB ��  LANDS and MINES  NOTARY  PUBLIC  e'oi.r.KO'rroNSijiviMi i��komi*t attkntion1  Fort Steele,     - B. C.  Sou- Agents  Soli*   Aghnts  TO THE DEAF.'  ,_ 1 ���  A rich lady cured of her Deafness and Noises in the0-"L-Iead by  ���Di-. ' Nicholson's ^Artificial Ear  Drums, gave 810,000 to this ' In-  slitutec- so .that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums  may have Ihcin free.' Address  No. l-ir>l8. Tho Nicholson Tu  stitute. 7W0, ' Eighth Avenue,  New York, U. S. A.  %  I Pyny-Balsam 1  ��; A QUICK CURli FOR '       *  % COUGHS AND COLDS J  'x- , ���."���  JI        Very valuable Rttr.crfv in, .il!        ���*  0\ affrctions of lhe y/  | THROAT  or  LUNGS |  }; Large Eollles, 25c. jjj  ^     fi m-- ,�����!,>�� liKN-e-i:in., j,i���..i, ,i,     ->''  };���_       l'i'.|i'-Lf I'-nj Dune'1'iln K I.ii ,        \!'  Mansfield g Cotterell  Fort Steele Cigar Store  Wo carry a fliM-class line or    , ,  luiiioitPil iiiul Ooinesiic    '  Cigars,  Cigarettes  and   Tobacco  - (,  \Vcj also liaVo u full line of pipt-.  in-  cluflii)!*; Moorw'liainn and l*!HI".  I..il.-st diiilv nuwsp.ipers iu mir ri'-dliiir room  Sou our'.lock of-J") cunt novuls  ��e ���."chuni'e  onu 101 nny i��o yon li.ivy ii-.iil and leiinn m  f^OOll Oldl'l'.  (Onr l.illiiirel  and   Pool Parlor  anil (.'arcl room uru lirst. olaf.-..  ���Aboiiil. Tor Cunndi.in 1'acllle ToU'kiii|)1i Co..  j'ivin'iilli'i'i't coinniiiiiii'iitloii to .inv pint of tlio  world.      AKriit'- for Cinndliin  Wesieni 'I'eli'-  plionu Co.  Kivlnix llr-i i-l:!'-'. sen Ilm- io Cr.in  IllOOl.'.LllJ St. Iluucno ilihsion.  II vou aie ii'.ivcllniK. KC-om r.itos. We an  s"ll mih n ticket to .un p:iil or^tliu world vln  till' C'liudiiui l'.U'ilk- K.nluiir :nnl lis conncc-  lions.  Great Glearing Sale  Dry Goods,    groceries,  Footwear,   , Hardware,  *        '        ___ 0 ' '  Furniture,   :    Crockery  and Glassware.  flt gilpin'S Store fort Steele  1  In  order  to  raise a large  amount, of cash we will offer our  entire stock, For the next Thirty Days-     '   "  AX   COST  This   is   a   ^rfind   opportunity   for laying in your winters  supplies.    'Our stock is complete and up to date.  . - -  Don't Fail to Call if you want  .   Goods at your own prices.  Our     Tferms     are     Strictly     Cash,  Cleo. S. McOurlur. ,f. A. Harvey  HARVEY & MoCARTBR  Jinrrixtrm,  tinlicitorx,   fiNotiiries  Public,  Cnnret/aneem eh:  POUT  STKRLR,  11. C.  it  KRVELS'miCR'STATlON and QOLDUIN  COLLECTrONS      PROMPTLY      MADE.  IJotigleis  Corsan  -       , ,' {CAl-MD.)  OFFICE -Ulverslilc Avenue.  Next Door to lileasdell'x Drue/ Store.  ROyflL-flQTtL  ���ICTMBERLEY, B. C.  The Fiiiest Llquoi'd anil  Cigara and >Best Furnished  .-.oonii in Town.  J.   L.   GATES,   Prop.  NOTICE,  i jiiTi'liy _-ivi' iioin-i- lii.ii I *ilmll :i)i-  |ill tu lln; r.i''i:ll-'* ('iiiiinii-.-iiiiK-i'-. :il  lln-i! iii'M inieiin-;. !)������'���. 1 -"ilJi fm a  I luii-fi'i' nf my liri'ii-i' ri-niii ll.'- .-i'i-.'Ii;  lltill^l. l-'lil I *r���.!.-������ 1 ��� - in tin- K.l-I Iwmli-  nay, lliiU-l. (.'riiiilinmlv.  ;;       .   '.'.. I'). Ui-NKISil.' '  Milled I'Vii'ti Slcfli'. N'.iiv. 'JXyUHXi;   . ���  CALGARY FLDUR  50   YEARS'  ERIENCE  "LEST   WE FORGET." I  Ijiicl.-ie.'S 'if Cliiiiuela: |.  - 'I'lii-. Iiimilof iiiiiiiii l.io!Av<.-i:ii..tlid,i)ioi,l,i.-i'i  (iouiil'i'v miel lu;r rulonios ix Htriii'itr, In j  tin it.; of iidii'iiKsit-v tin* ''I'lnnies   luivi'   ul-  l��ast Kootenay  Hottliii->  (lo.  Aerated water.  Of nil kinds.  c  S vi tips. Champagnes, Ciders,  Ginger Ales. Etc.  Snilii  iMiU'i-   in  siphoni.     'IMic  moil  I'coiioniii'ill ��r:iv I" lliindlu il.  "OOMI'AN'ir.-*   A' T   l*1'"   AVil  AMIA'IHNi:  \r-i'i  DILSE6, CROFTS  CONTRACTORS  ���-, i i  All   Kinds   of   Brick4 and   Stone   Work  ill-llCK iiiidLlMIO For Sale. PT'ASTI.1.IN(!   Pi-oiii])U.y Done  NOTICE.  I lifii'ln-u'lvc niitli'o thai tliluv iliiys iilii'i-  tlult'. I Itilt'iul lo ;i])])ly In lln- e'liirf Coininls-  -.fniicr nl l.llllil1- nnd WmU'.rni pi'l lilfsslDli in  piircliust1 ihi' fnllnwlnir ili'st'rUii'il iikt'c nr hunt  sliiiaii' In tin; Sniiilii'in Division nr Kasi  ICnntciuiy DKlrlcl, I'mvlnn'n( Hitlisli C'oluni-  bhi lti;iiltiiiliii.'aiii posi I'siiililKlu'diiii llicnnrili  liuiiU cif r.lh I'lvorui ihi; innuili of M.u-U crcuk  uliniii'JOt'liiilns ujiilii'sttiMin tiotn ^huio the  II.C.SniiLliurn I'ulhwiv vrossus Kilt Kiver near  Klkn, ilii'iK'c norlh 10 chains, ilieiieo oust {.()  eliains, tliciii'i'south ill chains in K'l. llhi'i'.  Ihuucu follownif.' lit'iich ol I01k ltivcr in place or  ticniniifii-*: con la lni nu In all .'t-O acies mote or  less.'  M A1 .CO LM    McC'() IIM AClv.  P.iiril this lllili il.ir nf N'mi'inlii'i    l!";l     III  For Sale In Kimberley.  TW<*> ]{0<).\IH1) HOUSK H>x24.  Wood Shod 8x10. Ucii House double  bnimk'd and iniperud 12x21. l^cnuc  ])Osls around the Int. waler laid on.* ���l'l."'  worth of cord wood on lhe ^I'Oimd. N  hens, 20 rhiclu'ii.-, anil 2 i'iiomIuim.  I'lii'ins very i-c.asonahle. ICtisy install-  nieiit -.j stoni.    Ajijily lo  '  m-'AI,K .-i  KIAVl-ll.r.,  Fort Steele or lCimherlev  Viini'i: Is hi'iilis irlvi n ili.il .I,lines 'I',  i.niiii iu. Mi ni uk K.iii'iiiu i. i.r I'-on sii'i'ir iim-  I .n r.ihinilil.i lias In''n .i-ipnlincil the iilHM'iii'V  im 'I'lii- K'niiLi'ims 11 ������ 11 v <'iii'l:| einlil Minis.  I.ln.iii'ii    In pl.ii'i' of.I.tini's \V. It  Yuiini'.  Illti il I In' -JI t li iliiv nr Oi lulil'l. limn  S   V. WOll'H'ON.  IT-      h'tt/i'-ti-iii  til ,ltiinl SIiii-I. < 'tinijitiiiiin.  KKAMINA'i'lON  .���' ('I"       ASSAVIOItS      I'lilt  i.iri.-.Ni'i-; ���'���i-o'i'UAeri'.iOK   IN  '    iiui-i-isii (*oi.irMiiiA.  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anyonn iii'nrlliiK ii pkittrh tun] ilcKCri'itlmi rimy  quli!l;ly ��?ini;rl.nii> nur nnlntoirrrco whethiir nil  hivi.iittnn l�� prol.nl.ly pntctiliihli... (-iitmiitm1.-;ri.  loriM nlrlctlycimtliliMilial. Ilan..ll.iwslt on. 1'iitol '  lint fn.-c. iiMctit nL'Mii'y fur ni'ftirliik'piitcMits,  I'ntiml.i tiikim  liiriiuirh   Munii ,t <*o. reci:lvo  .- ', ','���       ii..,..:   ,:       ........ i:        !   ' Hotim nlrlctlycimtliliMilial. llaii.-ll.rwslt on. I'litolit.B  WUV'S Iil-IMI   loyal.        I  .'IM'llll.lt', <  ailllllnm . ...,.���, f���.e- nMi-nt niiom-y riirKl'i-iirl:n.-|iatl:lil.j. -  1      -ri     "IJ. TlniK'-hm IIrni(<iil' -Vlf.v'.i. I luill.-H. while tliev ���fiiimol. hem* arms, in! I'-nw.m tnketi iliroiiBii Miiim A Co. receive  IJr .   1   .   .l^Olli; ItlS.   I 1 Ul��.. ,"l   .VlUy IC      .       -^' ,                      ���               .   t   -,,     ���     ,       ,,         , ttvrrlttt notice, wHIioiiLeliiirKC. Inlhe  ��^��AfifiAfiZ i.',a^k- -^"V^r "y,   i! Scientific JUmrican.  Were III. tOWn  Oil   W.Udlie.Sd-l.y.            ia).d.India in-odM.-i.'   I he .lun-sl,   (,.I,KI-.N ; A hamlsnmpl5. Mlm.tra.oi* weekly..' I.���r��st clr-  -���:���-���������       .-���                  '                                     I           I lei'lS.,'    Ill-inkers    111   .]a]l!III    ll'ns-   mIioiiI.I.:- enlatlmi of nny relenllllp J.ninml.    'I'erniK, f.1 n  ''������������                                     ' 'rv thl'lii       .MollSiiilll   S'llud'l   -Hid    lillli' i >*��*r: four monllw,*fl. Soul byiU! niw-mlcalors.  Thomas Starbird ..'rotiirned loli.ii,,,,,,, |ia.-k..-iM ai��; kiiowti'io all.-colJ MUNN & C0.3B,Broadwa>N6W York  Windermere on Tuesday.              joiiist.          '                                       I Branch om��, ra v hi...wmiiimiton.��. o.  NOTIOK \u hiiriiliymyini lhal..'In ni-cni'iliiiico  with Mi-i'ilnn I'.'"I -.tlliirt'iin nl Minos Act."  .���ii. siH.clal cxiiiiiliiHi'lnn for ullli-Ii'iicy In Hit!  in-iii-llei'oriisKiivliiL; will lii-liclil In lln' OI|..v of  Mop.on. on Iici-i:nil��'i'.:iril. am) sucli f��>M��nvlnjr  ilii'vs as miiv Im I'i'iiiiil iinctiNKiiry. . .  ��� l>'iallsiif Midi cxiiinliiatlnii limy In- loiintl In  Hit! II. i':. r.ar.i'i.ti-   ���on till- ui each- t'oyorimii'iit.  litlt'iiilliiK cainliiliiles shinilil inlil.-n nppllca-  tlim for such examination 10 tlays in ailvaiici;  lo iin- I'roviiii'inl A.ssavor. Secrolary ol Itoiirtl  uf 'Kxnintiicrs. Vloii.riii. Such a|ipllcatlon lo  l>f iii'fiiiiipaiili't! "ill' Un.- foi-of *H'. ��� ��� A  KICIIATill ���Mt'irl'lDK. .  ���. "      .        .,   ��� .l.iliixltr'tif .lli:il('.i.  , Dcjitirliiiiit'. "./"Mint-*.      ::���''���  i'idt.iritt. /J. '.���'.. ���tlU A'oeeu'iLi-r, 1UU0. ���  'The   MiliHrauIiee'  A fainilitu- n.iiiii' fin- l.lu; ('hieti^o,  Milwiuiki'i'\' Si. I'aul Uailway. known  all over tin' I iiiiini as ihe (irciit I'uil-  way i-iiiiiiiri������ lhe " I'imiri'r lAnuiliti."'  Iraiiis o\ nry tlay and tiiM-ht helwinjii SI,.  I'aul iintl Chicago, and Ouialia and  (^'hiea-rti, "Tliu only pisrl'et'il: Ir.iins in  the. wnrltl;" ' I'lider.-aanil: (.'ohheetionH'  are jnadt! wilh ��� All 'J't'iiiiricontiiioiiUil  Lines, itHHiii-iny- l.o |iassenj;i'rs l.htv iiesl,  nerviee kntiwit.' Luxurious etiaehe.s,  elei'l-rii'. litchl.M, Hl'eani'���heal., of a- verily.  'et|iiali!tl liy no til.her line.  See tliiit your t.iekel. reads via "'The  Milwaukee''.when noiii-j- ),,, aMy point  in the United StateH or Canada. All  tielcet. ajfeuts sell them. ', '   ..  For rules, pamphlets or oilier in Formation, address. ��������� ,;;'.  .I.W.Casky,         C. .1. (Cnrvv,  Trllv.r'Hss. Am.. Clcii��ralA(,'i!iil.  SK.VITI.l-:,  WASH,     I'OKTLANI.l, OH  For  Sale  Ri\/ersicie    Ranch  l'"ast Kootenay. I'. C.  320 acre-s) (if) acres under cul-  tivalion, iiO ae-ros <rood bottom  land, balances bunch land well  timbered.  STOCK.  17 head pl' Cattle.  ���I Horses.  :   'Farming Implements etc.   '  l-'or t.oniiH apply .ID S. Mt;Lean at,  the  ran'tOi, or l.o .I. A. Iliirvey, l.-xirtSteeli).  T.-c.'flrrastrono  Port-Steele, B. C.  MANUFACTURER "OF  t  Tinware, Galvanized Iron, Sheetv  Iron,  Stove Pipes amd  ' Copperware  BUILDINGS HEATED ana VENTILATED  Plumbing, Pipe  fitting arid' all  ,  kinds of sanitary work  flir Tight-Hot Blast Stoves      *  Hydraulic   and   Air   Pipes   for  Mines  SPKCIAI.  ATTENTION   PAID   TO  .1011  WORK.  von movie loi'ion  MINING   PROPERTIES-  ,N EAST KOOTENAY, B, C.  W'UITU  TO  Chas.  Estmere,  Mining and Stock Broker,  Kimberley, B. C.  HIGH-WARDEN . &.    SON.  PIONEER   BARBER,SHOP  livery th ing Strictly First Class.  AV.'j*/' door to the Proxpeclur..  % I_v. COHN  TAILOR  AND IMPORTER OF  FINE WOOLLENS  -   Rocky Mountain Avenue  Fort Steele, B. G.  GEARY   &.  DOYLE.  Liveru, Feed & Sale Stable.  Fort Steele R.C  Uegular Duily   Sliig-e  meets till  t.raiiiH at Fort Steele Junction.  SADDLE A, PACK HORSE?  I KAMING OF ALL KINJIS A SPLCIALTY

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