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Array Library of L9ff A��l  ,y  ������  t-  Vol. lO.  EORT STEELE, fiB. C,  SA.TURDAV, AUGUST '20. 10,04.  No 34.  KOOTENAY   VALLEY.  Agriculture' and Cattle Raising-  Fruit Raising.  Kxtending   from    the    head-  writers  of   the  Columbia   river,  south     to,     the      International  boundary lino���between the main  range  of  the Rocky   mountains  on   the   east   and   the   Sol kirk  nuige on the west���lies the   fertile valley of lhe Kootenay river  varying in width from  twenty to  forty   miles       Here   are   to be  found all the  elements  required  to constitute a rich and progressive district,   consisting  of  rich  agricultural     soil,     magnificent  herbage  fo r'"' cat tie,   sheep   and  horses,    a    salubrious   climate,  favorable',. to   health' and   fruit  growing, together  with boundless-forests'of timber. Throughout   the   valley    are  ' scattered  ranches and .farms,   and during  the  past year considerable   attention  has   been  given to,tho  cultivation of cereals;    ��  The'nutritious grasses of the  fool-hills on both side's of the  valley afford ampler-food' supply  , for horses, cattle and sheep,  abuudanco of good water, a light  snow fail and moderate climate  make this an ideal country for  stock raising.    .  Considerable attention is given  to fruit-growing. At Wasa.  1 Tracy creek, Pish Lakes and .in  ,' the vicinity oCForl Steele there  are a number of small orchards  ��� which are doing well. It is estimated that' several thousand  fruit, trees, which have, been  ordered, will ,be set put '"next  spring-'"' Small fruits",1 such as  strawberries, raspberries, currants and Gooseberries do well  and are exceptionally luscious.  The local market is large, and  will steadily develop, o ye ing to  the rapid development of the  mining industry, aiid the increase of railway interests by  the construction of the Kootenay  Central Railway.  ploy men t.      This- means   pros;  periiy to Southeast Kootenay.  There,is enough power now  going to waste at the Elk river  falls to drive the machinery at  every mine operating in Southeast Kootenay, and to furnish  liirht for every town or hamlet  in the district.  Jn.the Kootenay valley there  is considerable mining activity  now going on owing to the assurance of actual construction  work being commenced on the  Kootenay Central this fall.  Joe Taenhauser has returned  BOLL RIVER ITSMS-  A Weekly Budget of News Prom  the New Placer Camp.  to Steele after doing the annual  assessment work on the White  Star Group of claims, which'are  situated on the St. Mary's river.  CHICKAMUN STONE MINE  Will Resume Development   Work  .'   ���Will   Soon   Become  a Shipper.  As an immediate result of the  commencement of construction  of the Kootenay Central Railway  the owners of the Chickamun  Stone mine have decided to resume development work. ,  This property is situated on  Bull river opposite the old  pack  We need rain very' much at  this time, to check the forest  fires.  The Kootenay Central surveyors are pushing the work rapidly, and are finding the conditions  very favorable. They are now  at work between Bull river, and  Steele. ',   ,  . W. A. Chisholm, Mike and  Jack Kelly visited their families  at Steele last Sunday  The' cut in which the men are  at work, on the other side of the"  open.' end of the slide, reminds  one of an Iowa cyclone, seeing  the numerous large * boulders  lying over the ground.  The, forest fires-'north of us  has changed the condition of the  atmosphere here, to the extent,  that we don't know]-whether we'  are in a! smoke^house^orjout of  doors. ' '  For convenience, there has  been erected a new blacksmith,  shop, 1000 feet down the river,  where the dam is to be placed.  Mr. Violet, the blacksmith, is  well satisfied with the change.  There  is almost completed a  ranee of ten'miles on  either sick  of  the  railway   is  a   blackened  fire-swept    waste A     larg<  amount   of  timber  has been do  stroyed. ,   -  Crest on���Residents of CreMon  were given'a scare from the fires  burning in the neighborhood this  week. , Reports that the residents have been fighting fire for  several ' days and nights, and  that the town is mil yet out of  danger, have been received.  At Port Steele'smoke in dense  quantities, now overhang , the  town. The'mountains, two and  half miles from town, can not  be discerned. Forest fires continue to rage iii all the surrounding country. ���'<.  MANAGER'S MONTHLY REPORT  Office   of the   Bull  River   Fails  Power and Light Company. ;  LATEST   TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.  Right-  Japan  -Thinks , She  is  -    Russian Vessels in Neutral  a i  *   Port Must Disarm.       '  . Tokio, ���Aug.   18.��� The  end is  near.     The  surrender  of   Port  Mining Notes.  The   hardest  work  in miuing  ' often   comes   just,    before    the  strike  that brings  ease for all  the rest of life.  From no section comes more  favorable gonerakreporls for the  past month than from the districts* of Bull river and Wild  Horse creek.   . ,      <  Tiger-Poorniau ��� This group  of mines situated on the divide  between Sheep and Wild Horse  creeks is in active operation,  , under the management of John  P. Larson.  In the vicinity of Fort Steele  tho usual number of prospectors  are in the hills, .but, the main  work is being done in operating'  "the, placer inities, and developing'.quartz .'mine's on Wild Horses  creek.  The wonderful ��� line winter  climate of Southeast Kootenay  is "a great and miost favorable  factor in the development of  mining and smelting.  ' American mining promoters  are aiding largely in themineral  development of British Columbia  mines. ���'..,-.'  The metal market is in better  condition than it. has been"before for - many months, and-the  "prospects are that it will show  still further improvements in the  months to come.  Southeast, Kooliqivay is lo have  its innings fliis,year. "Silver is  showing a strong upward  tendency, 'and,-lead shows ; a  slight advance. With the St.  Eugene   in   active   operation   a  bridge, and the   proposed  route  of the Kootcua^Cejitral Railway | level sufficiently wide to admit a  team and wagon as far up as  Storie creek, and it will not be  long before logs will be placed  for the dam:      '    , '  The company of the Kootenay  Central purveyors at Smith's  ranch, adds materially to the  population iur these parts, and  every one of the party are  gentlemen" in every sense of the  name. ��� ,. .  ' There were three huugry men  led by Mr. Byron, formerly of  Perry creek, who reached camp  last Friday. They had been, up  Iron creek.prospecting, and ran  short of grub, knowing our  camp was down the Bull river,  they started, not knowing 'the  distance, and tramped two and ai  half days. They thought thatj  spuds placed before them, looked  like oranges. If they did not,  they cost fully as much now-a-  days.  will   cross   on  the  southeastern  portion of the claim.  The Chickamun Stone Mining  Co. is incorporated under the  laws of British Columbia, and is  controlled by* Spokane capitalists. The head office is at Spokane. There are four parallel  leads which traverse the claims,  which ' have - ar^ total a width' of  twelve feet, fn the main'tunnel  which -Js now uf about 125 feet  there is two feet of solid ore  carrying gray copper, ' the  balance of the lead is a concentrating proposition. The ore  has a. valuation of from 835 to  $110 to the ton. There is about  300 tons oT ore on the dump, besides some 50 Ions of sorted ore  ready for'shipment.  The future workings of -the  mine will be conducted on an  extensive scale, and shipments  of ore will commence as.soon as  the necessary .transportation is  afforded. ' There seems to be no  doubts in the minds of the owners that the Chickamun Stone  will be a mi ike of more than  ordinary merit.  Lillooet Bye-Election-  Victoria. Aug. 10.���-The full  returns from the Lillooet  elections give McDonald.- tho  government candidate;! majority  of 35, with a few small places to  hear from, and indicates his  election by a large majority.  Victoria. Aug. 18.���McDonald's election i.s conceded. Tho  total results up to date give McDonald 153, Stoddart 102.  Arthur i.s formally demanded.  Shanghai, Aug.'0.18.���Japan is  determined that'Russian ''vessels  shall be disarmed. A "Japanese  squadron is'expected hero today.  Japan will insist', thai cruiser  Askold ' and torpedo boat, do-  stroyer Grozovoi shall leave port  or dismantle. .<���  London, Aug.'. W.���Japan has  made a demand o\i China that'  she- immediately enforce her  neutrality, in case of cruiser  Askold and .torpedo boat' 'de-,  stroyer Grozovoi. Shoukl China  tail to comply immediately with  Japan's demand. Japanese "war-  ships will enter the" "'pork'rihd'  capture Russian vessels.  London,,   -Aug.  o IS.  ��� Port  Arthur, is  in   a   dangerous condition.      Japanese   shells   have  ignited the lighters in the docks  which   contained' coal resulting j  in a terrific conflagration.   Many I  buildings have been  demolished!  and the hospitals are crowded.  To Lhe stockholders: I submit  the following in substance:  Since "my last report, the work  has continued with tho same  energy as the previous month.  Wo liavo had some interruption in the work, on account oi  the difricnir, work on a s ate slide  of 1(50'i feel indistance. Superfluous slate continued to slide  down upon tho workmen', so that  they would not move-out of their  track, the. whole day'.  We have this about completed,  nine feet wide to .admit ,a team  a'nd wagon ,fhat we may get to  work on the djim as soon as possible. ' We have had two sets ol  rockmen at work during the  month, blasting rock loft on the  grade by the shovolers, all ol  which i.s completed. ' -  -We   now   have'   170U   feet   of  leveling,. 20   feet  wide  for    the  flume   h'nisbcd,':and. 800, feet of  plow work about half completed.  , From   lhe   slate  slide  to    the  place  of location   i'or  tho dam,  we.have 2300 feet to level, which  is not heavy, work, but'haveQcon-  sidprablo  tree   blasting   to   do.  which   is   mostly   done .at  this  time.'   '  ��� -Taking the iivork as a. whole,  we have, been very fortunate in  rapid progress, as l.'with others  who are^ competent judges, consider' thai \vp have done well.  From present conditions, and  future calculations, we. ought to  have the,,dam and ' p.-u-i of the  flump in; by the first - of September:/ Respectfully submitted. '  D. S. Guintkju,    ,  (J enerak Manager. -  Post Ollice. Fort Steele  minister of marine and fisheries,  is at the coast this week. The  Minister, adheres to his idea  that the Dominion and not the  province, should control the  fisheries. He will favor the installation of two more salmon  hatcheries.   ���  Halifax. August 1(3.��� R. L.  Borden and Mrs. Borden were  welcomed home by thousands of  citizens last night. The city,  was illuminated. It took the  procession nearly two hours to  traverse the route through the  city to Mr. Borden's home, and  everywhere it was a continuous  ovation. ���    .  ELECTION THIS ..PALL  Laurier ������ Will   Make a Last  and  ���    Pinal   Appeal   to   His  Countrymen.  A Host.  '    W. A  Cms holm;  Foreman.  B.C.  Mining Records.  John Redmond Coming Over..  Silver-lead Quotations'.  ..   Now York.  August 10:  Bur Silver.....  '...>,. . .':..'. . .--,.'  Lead ...../'.../:.......... :'  Cupper.,  .,.'..-.. ���"  Spoiler.............. .'���' .-.-.;.���'. ...  London, August-lit..���Silver, :  copper .��57   l.'l.s   <l; lotid,   ��11  spelter. .��-i2   Is (irk '   ���  -; 58B  -,  4.20  12.02  ���1.85 ���'  !(!   3-8d;  10s 3d:  Market, Conditions.  large number of in in  ers find em-  Moderate sales of copper were  affected for home use. and fair  exports continue to go out.  Lead and. other metals are  without. Ilucluiition or- event of  importance. '. . ���    .'  ��� j  j Slightly easier quotations for  tin wore .tlie only'developments of  the week, and I hey resulted from  heavy shipments from the east.  London, Aug. 18.���John' Redmond, leader of the Irish  National party, is among the  passengers on the Teutonic sailing today for America.. Mr.  Redmond is to be one of the  chief participants in the great  Irish convention ,to. be held in  New York the latter part of  August.  FOREST FIRES.  Towns Threatened With Destruction and Shrouded in Smoke.  Michel was in danger of destruction on Tuesday of this  week. "Surrounded by forest  tires; which assumed dangerous  proportions and threatened to  sweep the entire-town.  Wild Horse camp���Forest fires  are,burning on the east side of  the creek, between. Fisher and  Boulder creeks. It was sweeping along the mountain side at a  rate of a miloeach day.  Marysvill.e ���: All last week  forest 'tires burned drawing  steadily closer, and threatened  the towrk Thanks however  the excellent services rendered  by the smelter and lumber operatives,-after hours'of hard work  the danger was averted.  Fort Steele Junction���For the  past week forest fires, have been  burning on both sides of the  Crow's   Nest   line.      For a (lis-  Kootenay Central R.R.  Tho survey of the Kootenay  Central R. R. is proceeding  rapidly. The party ol surveyors  camped at Bull river have completed'the survey from J affray  to that point. From elevations  taken   it   was   found that a most  BusinossVas light, at. tho Mining- Recorder's ollice at Steele  this week. The following  records were made:  New location ��� Kimberley  Fraction, North Star L-l'ill, located by D. Newell.  Certificate of work-���Orient,  situated   on   Maus  creek,   .1.  N.  It is announced that the  Ottawa government'has decided  lo appeal to the people. The  coining fall is as certain as the  fact of night following day, all  statements coming from men  held in the'confidence of minis-  tors being merely, to hoodwink  the opposition. -���=��==.���    Jt  The first shot of "the campaign  will bo a letter addressed to tho  people of the 'Dominion by the  prime minister ' Sir Wilfrid '  Laurier. who = has not-forgotten  Sir John Macdonald's "ABritish  subject I was born, a 'British  .subject T will die," and it will be  worded so as to , be particularly  effective amongst his French-  Canadian compatriots.,  Tho   Premier's 'letter   will,  in  Cl '  fact, declare absolutely that' he  appeals to his ' countrymen for,  the, last 'time, and this will be'  supplemented by hundreds' of  impassioned speakers . telling  'their hearers that once Laurier  has departed from the scene no  | other French-Canadian will over  ]agai,n be premier of Canada.  It may bo that tho exact date  of '.he polling has not boon fixed,'  hull it can ho taken for granted-  that by tho time the' United  Stales will have chosen their  president the result of the most  bitter contest Canada has ever  known will be decided.  STAR GROUP OF MINES.  worls  satisfactory grade of lour, tenths |clami'    sir,uatc   ucar    '?���''->���le  of one per emit can be  obtained, -crock, .1. Taouhauscr.  In fact 'it is now known   that  no I     Certificate   of   work ��� White  Robertson. %   j    Certificate   of, work ��� Wallie |Has   Been Surveyed and v.r' 11   be  serious engineering difficulties  exists along the proposed route.  The second survey party which  started from Golden are also  making rapid progress.  Star and Last Chance, situate <jn  Si. Mary's river, J. Taenhauser.  Dominion Election.  Will Decide Terminus.  I     St.  c:Jo]iu1    Aug.    I'i ���On   his  | way   home   to   Halifax,   R.    L  j Borden   said   he   expected    the  Vancouver.   Aug.   17.���In   an : genera I    elections    would     take  interview   Hon.   Raymond    Pre- 'place   within    the    next     three  fontaine said:���"Wo have a very ' momhs.   important work to do in conncc- 3j|j   j\jye   Claim.  tion with the location, of' the lei-- !,.-    ���    '      ���'.,',-���'- '.'���'-���  minus of the (IraniT Trunk j,' Chas -Reynolds with a'small  Pacific. There are three points i force of men,' is engaged in: de-  proposed���Port Simpson, Kita- i-'yelojiing the' Bill Nye, claim.-  mat, and a third harbor, also jThe' ore is a. silver-lead;'- The  south' of Port Simpson", ��� The \ tunnel' lias been driven "iii;. over  decision regarding, flip   terminus  one hundred feck.     Ore   is'shot  through the quark', -the; full  width of ���fhe-tuiinol. aiid the pay  clink' is Hi inches .of solid galena  Crown Granted.  will be made by-.VI r. Pj-cfontaine  C. M. Hays and Mr. Wai.iHvright  of the G-.T.P:, and approved uf  by the Dominion government.  Kootenay Central Survey.  ,1. V. Kosler returned from the  Star group of mines Tuesday,  where he has been engaged during- the past month in developing  and surveying the property for  tho purpose of crown granting.  Tho property is situated on a  tributary of Bull river, and-over-  si 2,000 has been expended in development work, which consists  of 700 foot of'tunnels and drifts.  Tho ore is copper bearing, con-  taming sulphides of iron, galena  and some gold.  There are possibilities here of  making a great pay mine. The  surface- showings are of great  magnitude, -'the entire load is  heavily mineralized,: and the pay  chute in No. '6 tunnel is eight  feel, wide, tlie ore,''being of  sulliok'ml commercial' value to  warrant sjiipping. .  The Kootenay, Central survey  o i party, changed camps on Friday  and are novy located at Quirk's  ranch five miles-south of For!'  Steele. The line lias-been lorn!  ed from J affray,  on   the  -Crow's  'olitical.'Briefs'. ���  - The   Laui-ioi  made  several  he senate  government.- has  Ippqililliienl.S    to  over which it   has no  Nest, .line   lo  Quirk's,  distance'of .'!(). miles'.  ���'  was found to bo   most  lor railway construction.  Striko on' C.P.R:   - ..        . - - /.  ���.Winnipeg, Aug. 17..���-The  employees of.the  Canadian   Pacific  railway   have   delivered an ulti-  mat urn    to   the   officials' in   the  ii-ialfer   of  an   increase, of wages  it;   new   appo'iuiuielits   that;, for every carman and machinist,  r.uicii,   a la re   being   handed   on!,--just now j and   it.   i.s  said   if the demand is  'he  route'are calculaled to.kill -off .1 he rest  not.  reason lo he proud.,  Many Conservative senators  have died since l'W\, iind .some  of  1IVI.I  ra'bJc  of then).  Hon.     Raymond    Profoiitauie,  111110  complied    with    before   the  limit set in the demand   ex  pires there will be a strike. THE PROSPECTOR  .."POET STEELE,   13  'C, AUGUST 2u,   1904.  "^E^J:^^, ��� "3i?^^-��^"^^^4^*^^*:t4^^='*.. l;i^%V ^----s-��� ^-^7.1'-^ * * ^-; V-' -->-^- '^  ���\M."i'-'t'i    is    ... ���; iiDiino::  to all.  i-j<t-.\a,i.is.r.nci.i.'..-i.'-��:'..   '   .;.'  .'".-'?l.' Eiyfi&>r-et<c.*E:A ������'-'���  ���pUBi.tkBEk., kKp' 'EDlTQU;  mmmmm^mm  ' -!l''r<)k>ctii/!!,,;V]ii':!e<i   k> 'ihe --ilykr.-'i pfcj^*  ! t'ea'd'----.iudus'tr-V".' %yi�����;,'. bring   pros-I��*��  ," ''per ivy"-'to every "poi-'L'iou'of. 'B'riYii-ih. j %��  _L...:j C'bj'iitJi'.bia-. y. fifi     y  "   ..���'.,.'���.'.,.������.������.    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Afififi.fi 'Afifi'-fiA: :'A.AA:yAfiy''.'  ;':k: candid^  '-"''f^1'^?'1^;!1^'!1*"  ' :-.��� '���:.''''���' '���'',-^:---*k'..,-;\-*>Vf;r:-:'-; :&-.V.-k.k,:'k\,:'.'^^^^ iteni-e'.  noi-tlr   Si)  k'': :'>flM'iere-is' no -resident"of' -��� ::E(iivtk^MJ2*k4S*J^^&tsA^m���.,-1110% sotuii-'So"  .: ;.;St;eole ;wlio dbes'.noli.^oiieve:thut. Uiiiiiu  .ti��... ; ,-'-,,   ,.. .'  .fhe;:l^i^ire?|>rogress;ofthi;s -..town |:.-^.liy^,irl,^,f-":  is-a'o be great, and- rapid,/  I-'lvKD IIOWMAN"  -r'A^l>RE.W-:;'NElbIG';...  GONTRflGTORk and    BUlltl'ER  ./;.,: No.dist't'.ipt in .British. Columbia,  presents a wider field for mining  ,f than; t.lie.'rfor-l;.Steele district.  ,'  ;   -   r- -:���������-A '���'-������:,':    '-.'. V^y.,'     .%        *"--.      ; ;'!��� ' '   '.f',. f'  rV;i,;;:ikSu>^a!,idici|pin  i. :;the, ,'phi.t.:er   inines   of   Bull river:;,   - <-,-,      '���'.-,���������'��� - ...  ;-;:audv^d^  ,.    to.! be   large-producers    ok  t-liei-.  ,.  .-��� .   .-   <���, ,.-   ,,.-, ", , . ;  -.���  :;:yeii;i)w:;.,.el;afdur-ing;f^  ;.';..year.-;.';'.;..',, : ���" .,--,- .-��. -.���:, .. 1.....'.,'   ...   .:.- k ,-..'. -.    ... ..' .:.,.'  -., ���',- : .  ;v;::;;r?m;;.^  :. ,-lvoolenay. and practically' thogej       ,v        .   ���..���"'���'������-. .,...'.'.���������'   " "-..  ���....  :;;;^u,ated'iu;U  ._,   l.:locKies,. are   now ��� ...on- 1 no eve.or.;       -.,-��� -> ':.'.'���''.    "������   '  .'-groatyde'voliiptno'iiti     'y^!     ,<���'';.��� :;.-   '.'���.. - -���''.   ���-  . ,- .;,-..    -.; -,,- -���'  '���'���'���   -    "',.,,;;���-       -,'--'   -..���-'. 1 Every thing Sk-icily, First  Class  ,",: ������.���Tlie..'..kill's ���������'at' "Bull.' fiver, have ...       ��� "'. '       ,.':'''; '      '.' .,  power-'riit'tieieri.t''to run   the   pio ,: ���',,��� AYt'.vt door to ;.!>.<?. Pros/jxtprfi ���';.  posed .Kpott'nay -(Jetrtrai Railway.. -     ���        -  '. -  -.  -The  day ..k:   ihecoav.frslon   -'��'i' -- .-|t - V/iil   1)6... to  Yolk1   Interest.  i'.uil\Viiy,-7 .'.I'tkii' s.t.:ait.K i-;i   eiec'k -' - ���.'.-',. ..������.-���,  i.vity is-ii;.-",!'m-i'ii;.. alia i; i> p'ossibii  '-that..you liiiiy sc"-; ti-iik 'power ;t.-  fifi&:  ,Thef'I  -'IXEiiiGvaLl': '-^ss-B^ffis,  ; and. '.-tlie-. mslgss  .���Exfexisi'^eikv^v^^'v^^  .Ambr^ipsm, :;Clb2iti2i^^t;;':  are Sitta-ateel-In ���:' v  Soufli'-liSaissf ::Mpotesia^r  yA.&.-....;-.-.-\v..:���:��:-A-, i Wife.  *;':"- --"-~ ' ''mgptfiy  '. / y y&fiA-.,- vf^^^^^^^i^ ��� '.'��� ���' ,  '-,;;':    I,-:,; ';^^^Mfe^'  - :;:'- fi[  ..'; A'jgvic.uliuve.r.  'Grazing- and the  Lumber Industry  ���'vfare-- Pr:bininent';-;-::���'���  o ;..:'���;,. ;���-,-'     ':'... ;, k :',';.. ;; :y.fi''. Ar:.:fi "'���'"-:,.A:'y'.fi,..  'fifiW'&&tli.VBS -of "tllC-V--^  ., District..,1:;  'If    V(M  plied t.o ' ne now rail  distrk:!.   -.- ;.     .;;���.. .'..-.  '���VVi'il    p en ie.'.-.;, roll  t.o- titu   .Vilv ���-;������;  Seat! ."'indnstrio.-?.', stii'i!U.lciio  bii:-  ���' rifcts's.. i,u   t'l'ie   Tl���!���-,* ^koi---;,;- uknii;  dis' i-1 <*-1.".-".   M'"..-,! ^.ssiji-'m"--;;'      Pi.  lection" 'wlII   -k!-!-..re.  ovcrv  ni: -.'���������  . lead ,ii"ii:k-':ii ; in.- A i.-.i ,"'.>���;   :::,:ij.(  ... a.-ti'oii. it i\;] i -pl.-it'o ,i!'kv. miai1'-; '.i-  t hi.'...-ihi [)[>ing i.k'i. i i. \'AU *_������ V>.-* ��� f ���:: .-  jjloyniiiiii.. I.o l-housa.nii vol H.iiMM  I lien- will '<���:'��� ;��� 1: ;i liii��!.-.kir,i..---''i-  money in-.rin'uia ' i>in, 'anil ri..  ii'iorc   iii'.Micy   a i'k iiiivi- i tii- mn:.  w ;\N*rik)   ��� -i-;'. ik; .vi: 1 ;���; ii* 'sri; ���  nut'. i�� i-'-mi.- .ii. ��� .i.-lc.-'.n:.-   ii ��� i-.f. i-: .-���  ! iwtir-- ..-stalii i.-.!|.?.i ��� |.--. 1 -.. \ .-if- tin. I   .v.: ,  ;l    |;i |.t;-|;   j-,'i|! .i t.-] 1;    ' . ,  |-|| ! !    li; in|.     .,,.   |-i-i.;i|..  :|ll(l    r.-1-nk  I, ,;���   .!;(���,���(.,,!"ii!   iii,,!  ; .;'.,.;; ;i I . .  iim-.     I'"|-iii:i.i;i-iii .'ii-..;i./--:ii.-!it.    \','.i--  y   i-,i-!i -..-I !;i:-,,- i,I' ::.'I   ;i:n;   ;ii!    I r;i.'.'-.-1 i ii:.  '��� -. I'l-IIS"-;-.   '.'tlnl     Iii i'.-I' i'lil 1:-    tlll'l llflr.-il .|.  c.isii i-iii-h  ���,-'.���:;     I-,-; |n-:-ii-i|.-i- iin''.--;..-.;  :.i:il:      "���        '        ���  ,-cir-ii  I' ).\ Al.. :C('J l).-;iihi,iii SI., (iWi.'.-im  iit..-i!i].-.-i'.--   vi-uiiik  the.Si  kiiiik- .Kxj.wfeil inn. I.,-.-,-..!.-.di-i: i-i.-li;ibli- iii  S'i'i i,'!-i!.-  -f.;.-.  'i.ii'ii.::?inn ���;���..'" '���;��� .'t"'ii!i-(nitl .-I'i'vii-.''''.-tVn-  :-;st':'- ;oi'i 'liu- 'i.--! i-iiiil-i-.--. :.M--i.,  i.i'vi i    ..���:..!:! if.-;- ��� in' St:'.,. kotii'-:  ;J,:''Tlxe^prdpos^ Golden Railway will pass  through ;��GTtfi-Bm  ..   ;,, ^ ?^,  s ua imfi  ���i!   v.-i"  v.i:i'. ,;-,.;:,.. kii.  ui'AtvHi-t'u-ti:   ini Cif.^-f P.f.-   '.''  -l-liLlDu" .'ilnit    i :i lOrmu'uix;    I'dii   Ui.-.sil-i .' . . '     -���-.'-.  ��� Hi.'--.arm-, ivili  -..���>'���   jn-tini|itty   .ttti'iiis.ln.:ii. I       !.'.'.  -:'---;i't.- ii ''..;������ ;.-���.. i''.j-i.i-'.-'ii!.!.'..-.   iiii'l   will;- !'   , ,-..-'  I !���'  iin,. ���.-���.-.'nl A;.'.ift  l.'l'.l'! !;il,i|.   (')l-i  ���   ' " &i r< %\.  ��\.LA..A.k-|  Clioice 'B^siii��ss:;aii(i' [Residence lots' for Bale  2-lPa,'ii   :   Wc��.-i:iy   :   Iiitnlr.M.-d.  -    : TO MINING MEN,  .  .$3.PER YEAR, POSTPAID.  ,��i;-.-i> r.-ii Mvi't.i; cnrr.  %ZW^Z::P ���n'i'./'N.xV-i FINING���-Scientific press  i A  Apply ��� ;tO'  I     'Jl ".���> M ARKKT ST., SAN FRAHCISCO, CAL.  ./r 5S  &  'FStitfls.   '������ Townsite Office.  y THE PROSPECTOR.  FORT STEELE   H   (,..  ALiMWr i'n. \<nH.  tor the  location    from  ��]f><'   to-  i  SioO each;   also  that they have;  entered   into   agreements   with,  others   for   the  organization   of  the   Kootenay    Coal    Company  with  a  view   to transferring   a|-  number of the claims to it.    The I  i  plaintiffs asked the court to restrain the defendant, Hackett,  from collecting money from ,the  other defendants, and the other  defendants from paying him  money until the case has been  heard. Judge Keen an granted a  temporary restraining order ah  prayed for."  Dr. Davidson Coming. <  London,. Aug. 19.���Dr. David-  son,, the,Archbishop of Canterbury, ' is among the passengers  on the Celtic sailing for New  York today. The primary object-  of Dr. Davidson's trip to the  United States is to attend the  Episcopal General Convention  to be - held at Boston next-  October. Tho interval between  his'arrival'and the opening of  the convention.will be spent by  Dr. Davidson in visiting personal friends in Canada and in  New. York. '    '  It Will be to Your Interest.  %\Xt %}��0$pectQK  It   \oit   eonleinplilU'   vkilinji   ihi  l.onis IO.\|)(inil.iun, Id ���jtcin-i- ri'li.ikk  Si.,  ��� 111���  t'oriiiiilioii  a^.  lo  railroiifl  service, tin'1  lowcht riitoaiiil ihobu-t route;-..    Ako  St. Eugene Has Payday.  in  St.    koiii-k  ,as   io  iociil   condition-,  hotels', etc.. etc.  II' you  .will   write tho  mulor.iiirneil.  staling   wli.it   infoi-iiiiition   yon  (loin.-.  lhe .-time will  lie  in-oinptlv   kii-ni.slied.  ti  If woiloiiol liiivt-il on hand, will -i.-  eui-o ii for you if possible, and wil.hoit't  any exjK-11-.e to you.,  Addr*?--  B. n. TKi;.MiiijLi.. Commercial Aiieni.  I42 'I'llird Si.. L'oi-thind. Oroji-oiJ.  MIMUKAT. ACT  (Form r.)  -i-K-r.t il'.x-n: or IMIMM.iVKMK.NTs  '     ,      ,    '      NOTICE.  Si. Mary's, .Mineral Cluim'.  ��    Silitnle in tin' Fori Strvle Aliniiit? Division of  Hiist ivooteiiay nini'ici���  Where lociteil:-On IJiikoOruul,-.  ' Tiiku notice lliitl r. Tlios T. McVitue. F.M.C.  Nn. IS737I0 agent foi .1. P. Aim.stioiiK. F.M.C.  No 37.1402 tiflminiolriUui or lln-Kslitli! <>r .). II.  .Mc-lCe-rsie ilec-ensetl  's Intend. -iM,/ (lays, lioiu the ilmo in.-n-i.il, to  iipply to the Mlniiiif Keeorilei- for n Ccititie.iti;  ol Imptovemonts for the inii-piiso of chlniiiinfi  :i drown Uriint ol the nl'ove i-lawti.  Ami fin-tlii't- tiiko notlcu iltiiti aciion. ninlei  -.eetion 37. miht be comiui'iR-i-d lielou- tlie issuance m" sueli LVi-ti(i*,tiii'*>l lini>iov'eiiieui-.  Uitleil ihis lllh (lay of .June. 1?01  ���>S TlfoS T. MeVIT'lTK.  MINKKAL, ACT  '(i-on.M  I- )  oKrt-i-irio.vi'i: ui' imi*hovi:.mi:nt>  NOTICE.  Ittinii-lioi-n   Mineral Claim.  Siiiiiile in the Fort Steele MiniiiK Division in  l-'.iisi lvoolenii> UistiK-l.  Where loenteil.���On Tinoy Creek. ���  TAKK NOTI01-: Unit 1. Titos. T. Mi-Viltie. F.  M.tJ. No. H'":t7lt). .lMt-ut lor Win. I'.irlin 1-Yi-r  Minor's Cui-lllii'iilo Xo. nr.lil-l inienil. sixt}  .lays fioin the iliite lu-teol. to tipplv lo the  Mining Keconlc-for :i Ceru'lie.ite of linniote-  inents, for the pui-pn'-c-of ol>L:tinin��r it Crown  Oram of lite nlwvo ehiiin. i  Anil further tnl.r nouee tlnil iielion. nmlei  Seetion 117. tnu'-i he i-oiiiiiieiii-eil hefoie llu:it-Mi-  ���incc of stieh (.Vitiliciiteol linpi-ovonients.  Iinteil this I'.MIi ihi\ nl July. A.D.. IS'OI.  in THOK. T. AleVITTIK.     '  NOTICE.  Notice is hi'i-uhy ,-,'iveii tlnu I tnli-ivl Ihiitv  iliiys nfti-r ilnle to iipply to the C'hiel Connnis  sioner of l..ii)'ls iiml Wr.t ks, ol liu- piovineo ol  llriiish C'oltiinhiii foi n license to ptospi-i-t lot  i-o.il iiml pel t oh mn n'n t In- IoIIoimdi; iI-sitMuwI  hiiult, Mliinli-il in "-'oi 11 lii'iist Koolenny.  Coiiiiiienelii'! il .1 pest plmiti'il live null's  iiortli nnil iiiimit one ami Hi-,." loiirlli mili--  \i;i.st ol tin- iiuilli'Msir-nrii'-r nl l.ol No. I"-',  theni-i-noith Wl i-hiiins tlieiii-i- ensi SO i-hnlii-  Ihetief siinlh !-n eh.nils tliein-i- U.--I '���u i-liuil'-  io phiei- ol eo'iiini.-iii'i-iiii-nl  Duteil Jnlv llh. I HO I.  ;>l .Wilis  Hh-OWS', IjOi-.itor  NOTICE.  To W.illor f. liiiKliell, iiml to nnj other  purty or piu-lies to whom he niiiy hnve trans:  rerro'l'his ihtm'-est in the "Oiiloie" Minenil  Claim sitiinte on .Sullivan 'Hill, in the I-'m-i  Strolql.Miniiip l.'-ivision. Ktis't Kooluritiy. t.f'i-ttis'li  Columbia.  TAKE ��� NOT10K that ,yon lire liereby re-'  iliiirod within ninety.tinys from tho first jiubli-  i-ittioti oflhis online to pay to the ntirteisilKiieil  the. sum of *S'J.0O, llieiinionnt e.vpenile.d by hlni  on your interest In 'snl'l ehiiin for .-isse.ssiiieiit  -,iorU up to I he .11'rll day, or November, liiltlt.  AND FIJIiTriicR TAKF NOT1OI0 that unless Haul, payment together with all costs of  [iilvertisiiii-:. is paid wllliin the time- above  slated, your interest hi said eliiim shall lapse  to tho iinilersi'mted on iii-i-onnt of said expi-ndi-  inn-.        . '   -  Tins NOTIOK is ifivi-n  liiuler Seetloi) :|   o!  tlie  'Mineral Ai-t Ainoiiilineiit Ai.-t, I'.MH)"-  ., 'UA'J'KD this ::Mth day of June; 1001.  ���>7 Wll.l,IAiM J. I.ANOI.IOV.  Wodntisday \vas payday at the  St. 'Eugo'ne mine and 825.020  was the exact amount of money  distributed ..anxxngst the employees. While business was  good, the to*wri was quiet, and'  orderly. A good portion of tlie  money was sent out of town, to  Rossland. Nelson . and other  places where many of the miners  owed accounts and have,families  living. , Very-' little money was  spent for whiskey, and it is  doubtful if a man lost his  position through" being unable to  work 'the following day.  The   concentrator   has     been  , t-  running J or several days past on  about a' two-third feed, owing to  the��scairity of water for washing  the' or*}. However, a pump is  being installed and water will be  pumped from tire lake to the top  of the mill and used for this purpose-1. This pump will be ready  to run in two or three days, and  then it rs thought there .will be  no further difficulty. A shutdown for lack of water is not at  all likely.  Manager -Oronin has apiece of  the first load pipe turned out at  Trail smelting and refining  works. It is an inch pipe'and'is  without a Haw. Mr. Cronin  says there i.s no liner lead pipe  made in the world than is now  manufactured at Trail, and that  there i.s a good demand-in the  United States a.s well-as in Canada for it- He gives the C.P.R.  people great credit, for their en-c  terprise in establishing so important an industry, and in his  opinion W. H. Aid ridge, the  company's sinellor and refinery  manager, has done more for the  silver-lead industry than any  oilier man in Canada. To Mr.  Aldridge ho contends is almost  solely due the success of the  Trail refining plant.���Moyie  Leader.  Vast bodies of high grade  mineral have-been opened up in  many portions of the Port Steele  district  ROSPECTOR-  'xnnnnnn ynixnnjy\nrxnnnruTJ\ririnn^  g JS PTHLISHED "EVKliV SATT'RDA i*. AND n.V? .V,  2i GUA'r VXTEKT1   CIRCULATION   LARGER   THAN  Bj ANY OTHER P.UJi:i; JN K.lsT KOOTEXA V. IT IS  g ALL HOME PTilNTTEU AND CONTAINS UOETBLK  5l TIIK  lliOr.S'TOFM-hVs Ol' ANY PAPER IN TIIJ'  El DlSTI.'tCT.  UTJXIT/lJTJ-UlJUVlJX/U-UiJUUTJl^  Als   An    A-dvertising  Unexcelled.  Mfiedii mi   It   Is  J��   TIM'" PROSPECTOR COVERS A  DISTRICT ' JJ  LARGKR THAN SO.M 10 EMPIRES, AND HAS A   <fl  IJJ    LARC1U,FOREIGN CIRCULATION. ��  f tl  ^ NOTICE.  Take notice that tliirty iliiyn utter date I- intend to apply to the Chief Commi.ssioner of  Lands and W'oilcs for a. licence to piospeet lor  Coal and Petroleum on the followlngr ilescrih.--d  iiind, Ueginnins at the "-oiitheiist corner post  planted on (he noith line of D. Moore's eoal  license, tlione'o north HO 'clmliis. tlieni'o west  ll.-.'i'.ehains, more or less io east line or C II.  li ills'eniil licen.se. thence, south SO chains to  northwest eoinor oi D. Mode's eoal license,  thence east 1 l.'Jii chains to place oi lieyinniiif,'.  JAS. T. LAIDLAW, Locntoi-  Utited July 20th. 1H0-1  Ilegliininffittthe uoi;tbirosc corner pW, belnif  'tlio nortlmnst corner1 post 'of D. Moore's coal  license, thence east ll.iti chain.1-, thence .south  SO chains, thonco west H.2li chains, thence north  SO chains to place of beKiniiiin;.  .  ANDREW LAIDLAW. Locator  'Dated July 20th. ISO 1   . , * :i:t  The Payslreak Of Ad's In. This Paper Pays Prom The.frrass"Roots,  And Never Pinches Out, Stake One!     The Result Will Be To  Your Interest. '��� �� ���  JOB PRINTING  EXECUTED.  OP ALL KINDS  NEATLY AND  PROMPTLY  in  f  fs  GABLIN & DURICK  GENERAL  MERCHANTS  Fort vSteclt,  B.C.,  *��'��*��-��*����l*-��'1H����^*��****^������**������*��3S'^  Agents for  Giant Powder Co., Cons.  Massey Harris Co., Ltd.  Have just received two  .    Carloads of  4'F-A-R-M WAGONS, LOGGING TRUCKS  t AND DEMOCRATS.    '   -  t    '      -     '   -  "^ Plows,   Harrows,  Haying and Harvesting Tools. Cm-  v   plements of all kinds.  9  o.  (i  S!  i  i J !  FORT  STEELE '  BREWING CO.  LTD,  Andrew 'Hackett Sued.  ADVERTISE.  IK  THE PROSPECTOR.  Spokane, Aug. 13.���John 'F  Fircli and Worth Belden begat!  suit last week, against Andrew  Hackett.and a n um ber of ��� otl 1 ers>  including the Bank of Montreal,  for an accounting under a purported .iigreement which the  plaint-ill's had with Mr. Hacketl  for the location of coal lands' in  British Columbia. Plaintiffs  allege that they grubstaked Mr.  I:lackett, supplying him ^{50 to  outfit for, the trip to the coal  fields, and that ho has, located a  large luiiriber of persons ou.;  Kootenay coal .elaii'n.s, recoiving  !  I :-   ���     '    !      '['III.; MANT.UK .MKC'll.-lN'IC'S I'URK TAR  '.SOAI*    li'uuls   mill    softijii's-  tin:   skin,    wlille  '4'  %  Mining Supplies and Hardware  Dry  Goods  Boots  Hats?   is.nd  and   Shoes.  General Merchandise  FERIVIE,  B.C.  o  MANUPACTUHEKS and  BREWERfi^nf. EXTRA  FTNE  BEER f   PORTER  SOLD BY THE .BARREL, KEG OR  BOTTLED  Bottled beer for family  Q-  a   use,a specialtj-  Outside   Orders  GIVEN STRICT AN-D PROMPT ATTENTION  ,      t  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  ���^  *?  P. O. BOX 812  TELEPHONE  NO. 1  Port   Steele  Brewing Co., L-td.  *#A+";+rM7$C<? >,: V ;>r7<^.r<-T4- >T4.Co"���1">:>^  ^t!mHt!n!n!n?nH!!,nHini??f!nin!snmHf?ff!nnfH?nnfn!!^;  General Merchaiitt  Liquor Dealer.  AND  v/.;  Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber,       A large assort  .ment of seasoned Dumber and Shingles alwa.ys    .  on hand  DIMENSION      LUMBER    ' A      SPECIALTY.  j |iri'itri]itly *r!c:ii^iui;  il of  greasy, oil, i'ukI, elu,     ���  WflSfl,  BG.  lii>'iiliiiiliIul'or ni'ii-liiinlcs. ftiriners, sjiortsmcn:  1'n.i; stun pi* mi i-ccuiin of id. for pusiiiko.   .  AltxJil I'oil'Jl Soap On.. Mfrs Moiitrdol.  l^aaiiuiiuuiuiiuuu'ituiiuii!iiuuuuiuiuiuiiiiuuuiuiuiu"  3, ii��* THE PROSPECTOR.  FORT STEELE,  B.  C.  AUGUST -'<>,   lfifq.  A North Star Lodge.   QJJ^ ^00^^01%  i i  1 e-^riTiriruTJtnnjuTruTnnjT^^  NO.30.  SATUKDAY.  AUli. 20.  1904  I Imperial Bank of Canada  i  A.  F. AND A.  M.        G.  R.  B. C.  pout ^.TKin.r.. n c  i ^nTrmrtrnnunnn'tT-nnnunnnun'Tuw-:-15  I   LOCAL NEWS.  I|  Kc-.-uIai     nii-t'-liii-'--   Kl    Tm-M'..i>    in   wh i ; t ' C.J i P_  men ilTat ek'ht o .-loi-,;      Vi-.iti.is; H. i-Uiei �� ->i *t, "���*iiUlliiUiiUi��imAiaitUUiiUUiiAiiaUUiA-:- ��� ��.  corjiaiiy mviud        ^ 'i     Tom Robm-l-. was at Cranbrook-! |"  Kiu Kivor LmiKf  ivi-nu-  rei.-ui.ir imvtini.".  Friday on business. ! 5"i  held llrsl I-"i-kl:i\ in eacli liionlli "    Cranbrook l.oilKi-. Cranbiook. i-CKUliii   mi-el- ,   (   Will.  C'lll'lill  WHS   ill Cranbrook  lnifsiieidon the iinniThur'-iia.v of e.icii momii   Wednesday on business.  J. H^U'P Si-crelurj (   Chas  Chapman   was   a  Cran  CAPITAL AUTHORIZED $4,000,000  CAPITAL (paid up) - - 83,000,000  REST ACCOUNT      -    -   82,850,000  l*!S-.s^*?K��*�����*'s*!'��*">������x-���:-*���.^���XfJ'���*-.C'.'S���.St''�����i;? '".������>K''.-&'^?&����#&%.-i-i>&&&&%&��i/i%i:8i&  Canadian Bank of commerce S  '*   The  brook visitor- on Wednesday.  .1   A. Harvey was al $ieele on  business SaUirdav lasi.  ^'rVf��iV*/rtVfViVfV����tV��fV��i'����VmVmVi��Wmf(^  ^ Rocky Mountain Chapter. 5:  \ NO.   lvJo., K.  A. M %  | i-'okt sti-:i-:i.k. il r- |:      Ml.   D  Granger and, children,  ��      Hoifuiai-mui-tiii^--: - 2nd T-.il'.-   |: I of Windermere, were passengers  \   day   in   eiu-h   niontl'   ai   fiuhi   % \ on '.hi' stage Thursday.  .��   o clock, s-. j-    |i       The     resignation    of   Justice:  J��! Drake,   oi   this    province,   took  ;" ett'eet on Saturday last  Head    Office- Toronto.  T. R. MliRItITT, President    O. K. W ILK I JO. Viee-Pre-.. ami <~'en. Man.  Igj     AGENTS    IN    GRKAT    ISKITA IN- Lloyds   Rank     ,2   Lombard   St..  London.  A General Ranking lkisiness Transacted.  IJ      Savings Bank5Department.'���Interest allowed on deposits.  Cranbrook Branch, j. f. M. PlNKHAM, Manager.  Ck_, _   -i  a  Wax  HEAD OFFICE--TORONTO.  lJaid up Capital $8,700,000: Keserve Fund W.OOO.OOO:  Agfrreirate kesources Ovor 6S':,000.000 Nov. 'Wl]), I!i03.  London office; 00 I.omhnrcl Strccl, 11. C.  Suv, Vork Office: 10 KxcliniiRc Place.  And 110 liraiiohoa in Canada and the United States.  Cranbrook Branch,  #  *  *  *  F. C. MALPAS. Manager.   *  ' **  11������������ ���*#&$��-�����# tf��-��~^  James McLeilan and' Frank  Krell. Spokane, were registered  at tho Windsor Thursday  ;5        Sojourn mi:    t 'iiiiip.iiiinii-    are    5:,  3   cordially inviiod.  A. Ik Fomviclc was at   Marys-  ville Thursday on business  amks llisr.oi'. .Scril,  .Fore^l liruM eontinue'iinahateil  -.. ��� , , s       ,   .      ... XT , The tires are spreadinu and oulv  ��� -.-iaii��i��Mi������jii��j��j����ijjji��iii����iii��iiu��iJ!rfc      -loiin 'ijianev,   -Nelson,   was  a   ���.,:,, .,.,,, ,.., ,s ,!,,.,,, -~. '    '  ' n-....c ,.r.    , ,,t   t .ram can stun tueiu. ���  ...__ . _  _    ; guest   al   the   Windsor   \\ eilno->- \ , ���   Proiessiotial.  dav.  HARVEY, McCA'RTER t SBMARl^T^S'^X^u,  . Port Steele.  BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS ,    CRANBROOK,  .   -      HA'.  M. (luintei- was up troiti Rul  river Thursday. Perhaps In  was looking for '"I'a's hawk".  PER  W.   . T.      .Johnston      and    T  Bkiketiy    were   at     Hull     river  Thursday on a fishing trip.  G. W. F. GftRTER, B.G.L  Sir' William Muloek's bill to  j amend the alien labor aet was  iseat to the dead letter office. <     Mosdaines t'lark audMenning.-,  i'Mi.-s     . Xieholsou       and      Miss  1  Xotom Piiblfr of Brit Ah (jdmubitA'     Bus,]1 ^ros arc cl"^h,S .hllv��Ci j.eimiuiri   were outine  at. "Hul  ,    -,,                                 aroimd.ihe towns of Ferine  andjriv0I. Wednesday.        '  ���" .'  Collection of account- arrpnac:  to..' Ureston on the Crow line.   ���  Auditing and keepiiiu ot txiok- done  with dkpatch. C orrcMKHiikMiCH -ulicit-  i.-d.  C. \Y. F. CARTKK. Fort dreeie. B.C.  ,,,.       .'       '     ",,,   ���'       .,,, C. M. Keep returned Thursday  Lhe   .-Mipreaie   Court   will re- ,JYom    ;l    businoss    Lrip     lo   the  sum-  operations   m   Nelson, on , Willdl,,.,-, 10|e C()Ulltrv. '    ���  . Uciooer hrdi  , >  Win. Curl In .was at Marvsville  .,                              ���                  i     R.��� L.   T.   Gaibraith   and  Dr.-rrpi,,.''   ')..'   _,,i i.no-ltloc.  t h n \f a c:    \r �� v t t1 t.t tt ��� ��������� i*- .1A   -^           ,,-   -,       ,                   J- uuiscuiy on oustness  1 H U yi A >>    ikWl I ik.       Uattleitiowu Wednesday mom-.-     , ' .          ' inir for West .Kooieriav.  '"  Fort Steele H.C.  W. F  (rurd and Miss Molt, of  ,. ...        ~-,   , i Cranbrook. were Steele   visitors  Mr. anu -Mrs. A. i>hel;ou were 'Wednesday.  . re��f'>tered at the Imperial  Tues-  Idav,  Koin  Steki.k Ukvki.oi'mknt Stmiicate Lid  ,I3X Lciiflorin.-iII Slrc-_-i   l.oniluii, Kiifdund  N. A.  WALLINGER, FORX STEELE.  POST Ofi't'lCK nox b.  ���J. G. CUM MINGS  CIVILo ENGINEER '  1  Provincial    Land   Surveyor  "FORT  STEELE,  R  C.  GEARY   <St  DOYLE.  j  , .1.   McPlnul,   Marysville,    and  r-,    .    o      ,,    77T    ,       , Miss  Keenan,   Cranbrook, were  r^'.rt.^l   > Li'aubr��0.k-   rwa*; registered,   ai -   the      Imperial  registered at the Imperial   Mori-! muL-,..,.-,.,..  day. ^ ~    ,  Patent iMediciries  ��� - '* ,        '   ' ' ,      *  toadies Dry Goods  o        ' c ' t i*  Cigars and Prtiits  i Thursday.  r���    r>    ,    '    ,---      u      i ' '    J:, Bovle and D.   Boyle,   Cran-  ��� Jr-r.   h      ',--    t    r����- 'icWaS| brook, "were  a-t the Strathcona  registered  at  the Imperial Sun-  rphl1   'i������  day last. ' Lnursday.  ;  Live.ru, Feed & Sale cStalils.  l-'ort, StouTc IJ.C  liu��tilni-   Daily   Sla^c   muels  till  t.i-aiiis in. I'Vjrt Sieulc. Junction. ,  SADDkK A.  I-'A<;K   HOKSKir  'IKAMINfi OI-' ALL K IN l)S A SPICCIAl.TN  WANTED IMMEDIATELY AGENTS.  'I'd null I'Yuii i ruc-s. Uiisplwi-i-y.  i!in>sclii:rry and Cui'i'iint IJiiilii:.-, *fci;.  Hood |>ny weekly: Outfit free Theiv  is l)i�� money in tin.-, work for trus-l-  woi-ihy tiH'M.  OX'KK liui) Al'KKS.  -   Wi! hiieu, (iinler clilthatiun. over tSUO  iioruh of  Xui-moi-.v  .Stiu;k  includin>>   tin  ylioico.-il, and tio->t variotio^ for Oroharo  .md Garden planting.    We will delivei  muni- to c.u.-toim'r*. iii   yood  conditiorj.  ir*;iiihtj)iiid.      Oui-  a^enr,- havi.- L'Vuri | ,ri~ Place-  iidv.intauc that tin- line of buMm?-.- cai  utli'i- i.hcin.    Appl\ now for term-.  I'KkllA.M   Xrk'SKkY COMPA.NV.  Tot-onto. Ontario  X.U.-  Will   make   ,11-r.inacnicnt-j foi  local asfftiicy or for the h iiidlin?   of e.s-  elusive tt'i-rirori-'f. I'.N.i'o.  .1. F. Armstrong and .1. Hislop  drove over from Cranbrook Sun-  da v last.      ��  J. Y. .Kesler was down from  the'Star group of mines Sunday  last.  Sam' Jackson. representing  Moore iS: Mowatt, of Brockville,  is expected at Steele about September Kith.  U. l-J. Avery. . representing  Stone & Wellington of Toronto,  was doing business at Steele on  Sunday last.  .loe Taenhauser and Frank  Micheau returned' ��from the  Upper St. Mary's country Sunday   last. '     ��� "  E." Hainpson, of Mt. Forest,  Ont.1, was at Steele Wednesday.  Mr. Hampsou is touring the  country on a bicycle.  Geary & Doyle took a load of  supplies to the'' K.C. Ii. surveying camp Friday. ,- -  Knights Templar Coming Here.'  GENERAL   MERCHANT.  Stffc%l;i'7 yvr  sr��    '-���  SAVE TIME  ALL    THE     TIME  ?OU  BY . USING  The delectable breakfast cereal dish.  Scientifically prepared and ready to catl,  London, Aug. L0.���The Faii  of Euston. Grand Master, and a  deputation ,'of English Knights  Templar,   who  will  attend   the  conclave to be hold in San Fran-'  ii  cisco  next   month,   sailed today  for New'York.',,"     - .  John P. Larson, manager of  the Tiger-Poorman ' group of  mines was in town Monday on  business. '  Mr. and Mrs: Thomas Crahan  Miss   May   Crahan     and     Miss.T  Maggie Crahan. of Michel, were  Steele visitors this weekP  Fishing, hunting and camping  facilities make the Fort Steele  district a mo^i satisfactory out  Nelson Fair  MADE   IN   CANADA  From the  Best Canadlan��Wheat  Grown in Canadian Fields,  and combined with malt honey by a new process.  Served with cream and sugar.  I  , DELICIOUS  SATISFYING  ASK YOUR. GROCER. FOR IT  Mrs. T. C. Armstrong and  children, who have been visitin"  friends,iu -Montana for the past  two month-, returned to Steele  Wednesday.  notice.  There    are     no   better   trout  '-troams than those   around Fori  'Steele,   and   you   are   always in  t.ike n'otick tiu-. -i.vtv itj>* .ifi-r .i.e." i j ^<isy reach of direct cominunica  nu-ntl io,ip;>!\ -.'-��� .i -l-t '-nil l-.c-i-n-o lo ��� 'it  -ir.-i    |,()ll   will)  the  lOWTI.  .-niry .iuuv iiii'.bi-i irum th.1 iollov.mil'flt--ii-ibc   , -   liinds in Soutli Kn-1 Koot'-nay  Ciiiumuiicirjif .n ���' post pl.i:i'.i.-i;.ii.,i:i :!n: lJ"jri,  An emiM-g'-ncy convocation  ol  O'roeif  Hyilranlic  Mining Compitny   cabli-   oi   ! Rocky .Moilll la ilk V haptei',     RA.  Parry  Creok,  aboui-'oni-'-half mile abov.:' Ui.   { M.   WHS liekkak Ma-SOtliC   Hcl.U   ()"  fulls on'wc��  side  or  iireek.  then^w^io,,.-    Au       s, -^.^ .   'T|)0rb ��� w;ls a.''jarm..  mile, theiu-u north  osie mile, thenc-.c-oiiftoin -    ., .-. ���'���,-' P  uudono-fourth miles to P��r>-'Creek. theni-tMi. ! Htt (Mldance. , ol - VlSllmg COM..  .Perry Creel, to pluee: or. beginriinir. cdiiiiiii.ijiy j 'pilll Ions I i'OU'1 CratlbrObk. Michel  ivtu'iures more or-les*. .    .'  Uutmi Litis |(ltli"'lny of June-,.lDjH. .  ���ja ��� '   JKROMKO. TROW  Second Annual Exhibition of the  Nelson   Agricultural   and  Industrial Association  S6D128&29  New Buildings  Fine Grounds  Big Premium List  NOVEL   OPEN   AIR   ATTRACTIONS  Write for I Vizi' kiM.  J. B. ANNABLE, Sec. Nelson, B.C.  WANTED  ;^%��%%W!L*%,&^raiAW^*J^^^  tnd oU!.<*!���. )")oiii.t,s in \ht. (listric  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Amtoiio ^MKlln�� �� Mkr-irh nnd i1<����i(:rijit(nri wny  'Ititckly iisiM'i:(jilu cur-opiiiUii) fre** wfuithf-r nu  tnvonfli'in W pvnhiilily paionlnhUv Oitunjiirilrn.  tlnnn wtrlcf l>*oonll(lntit.lal. T rami hook on I'��t*uiU  .iotit fr��?o, ' i).l(*Mi nuonrr for ^(vtirltiK pfilftiM.  I*"ifouts takoii tlmitiKli Mtinn A (Ut, reonlfr  vpeclttt ivtttcr, vr\i.h<nU-rhfireo. In tlio  Scientific American.  A bmiiiPOTiinlv l!lun(m(c;<l woftklj*. Lnrtrnat rlr-  rtilntlon of ativ nr.lontltlo Jnurtial. 'I'rrmfl, f.S n  voitrj  four moiit liH, ^1.   tiokl I;)'iilt iHMVHrtcnlnf*.  MUNN&Co.3G'Bfoad^ New York  Bruocll Om*>a. Ob V Ht- WmblEBlon. t>. C.  j ,' -riik   Ka'inluops, Stiiudard   has  [issued an. illustrated supplernen!  .k.leser'iptive. of "Kamloop's,  wliich  ; is  edited   by . Veroy  Godenrath  !.lt   is 'eut-it.led' '"Whe.rp.   Portune  I Suiilcs".   and , in profusely illus  i.rak.'d,.       Ik is' a    credit.' lo   its  lOditor   and   I he 'Sfrinda rd    1'iih  ''is'h illj/,./ "ii. '  A Local Salesman for Fort Steele;  and Surrounding- Country to RejireT.  iient'    ' ' '      .  Canada's Greatest Nurseries"!g  il  l  I  I  I  CRANBROOK  VUILL   CELEBRATE  BOR  DAY  September 5, 1904  $1,  IN PRE  H  THE   GREATEST   CELEBRATION   EVER  HELD   IN   THE   DISTRICT!  Tie   making, Log Sawing, Log Cutting, Rock Drilling,  Loading     Contest,     Indian      Pony     and     Poof...--Rae.es.  Caledonian Sports.  N,;w,.sk,viu-ki.il*. luiikspL-ikiiiLios in '$   Remember the Day and Watch.for Large Bills with Program!  !  ���ii-ilv   Ki-iiilW.   Small   ki-nks. ���- 81ii-iitis.   <$> ���     ,''���' ' - - " ��� -g  , TO.  SEATTLE,   TACOMA  AND ALL  Pad lie, Coast   Points  ST. PAUL,  CHICAGO, NEW YORK,  AND  ALL POINTS  EAST  . Palace and Tourist     '.  Sleepers, Buffett  Library Cars, Modern  Day Coaches.  Dining Cars,  MEALS   A    LA   CARTE."  Best   Meals   on   Wheels  Oi-nitLlKMUlLls. 11-11(1  l-tOSI.-rt. '. A'pCI.'ll'lilMCUt.  iiuiiilion, iind li;i-rik)i-y reserved for Liu-  Aighi iiiiiii. I'ay, weekly, fTiinilHo'ni'n  .lullil'l'i-ei-. 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