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 LI  br*ry ��< L���� A"  I  U<%  Vr  '--I^Oria. ��.  Vo/.  70.  FORT STBBLB, J3V C, SATURDAY^ JDBCBMBBR IO, 1904.,  No BO.  DISTRICT  MINING NEWS.  Of Interest to Those',Engaged_iif  '   the   Development of  the  Mining Industry.  , The' North ^tar initio is still  shipping (in; to West Kobtmiuy  Muellers, lOverything at tliis  property is reported a.-, developing very satisfactory.  . Aside from tapping tlie rich  and extensive mineral fields of  the Kootenay and Columbia  valleys, the Kootenay Central  railway will open to the markets  ���of the Pacific coast the greatest  quantity o)'f high-Oracle steam  coal-in tihe Wort liwesl. ,   ,,  II is'believed Ihal'lhe building of the Kootenay Central  Railway will change completely  the coal supply^of' the entire  Pacific ocean.    ���  On.the Tiger Poorman group  of mines., owned by .John P.  Larsen sonic exceptionally tine  copper ore has' been ' struck.  The lead has been developed to  , a depth'of over 700 feet.  The Bull' Mive.r Mining' and  Power Co., have a crew of about'  ���Id men working steadily on the  construc.lioiYoi a dam on Hull  river, and will continue to work  all winter.  The   Sullivan   (i roup , Mining  Company will rush, tho'construc-  1   t.ion ol" its smelter, at Marysville  'to   completion.      The,   Sullivan  Company is composed of'conser-  valive mining1' men. ���- ���  The importance and advantage  of such an industry to Southeast  Kooicnuyand  British   Columbia  ' as the Imperial Coal &'Coke Co.,  is not readily understood nor ap-  , predated by the, majority   of the  people   of   this  district.     That  the company will lose no time in  '   setting to business   is  indicated  by the number of men, employed  in  developing   and   opening'   up  the coal areas of Fording river.  In no pari of British Columbia  is the outlook more promising  than in the Port Steele mining  division, where great progress  is being made in the-prospecfing  and development of hydraulic  mining claims. A good deal has  been written from'time ro time  concerning , Wild Horse and  Perry Creoles, but there are other  properties, located on other  Creoles, that, will soon be on the  same^atisfaetory basis. One of  the most important, of these is  the property of the Bull River  Mining & Power Co.. which is  being .rapidly developed. The  company own live, leases, the  holding* aggregating about  three miles in length, on Bull  river, eighteen miles from Port  Steele.  Fxton^ive mining operations  will be carried on next year at  the Sullivan group of mines.  With the smelter at Marysville  blown in. the ariel tram in operation, the output, of the mines  .will be , from :ii)0 to :-!00. tons  daily. '��� ' ,:,      '  :'. The clean-up this fall, on'Wild  ���Horse creek; is on. the whole  larger than was anticipated at  the beginning of the season. ���  Southeast! Kootehay is -the  ���greatest silver* lead producing  district of British Columbia, yet  in a few years, upon the completion of the Kupfenay Central  railway,, the out put of the district will bo doubled.  The output of the St. 'ISugone  mine for t-ln; month of November  wasi!l,000 tons,''of which about  1 "1,000 tons:was of. concentrates,  and. the balance of (i.ODii ' tons  was of clean ore.  .In. the. Crow's Nest Pass we  have coal measures   larger   than  the coal areas of the'whole stale  of     Pennsylvania Connected  with .these coal measures, are  those of the Flathead' valley,  also an oil field of , suf'lioient  extenl ' to warrant the expenditure of a large amount of capital  in development.  The St. ' Fugene is a wonderful mine, and its record for, the  past year stamps it, as the greatest silver-lead mine in Canada,  if not on the American continent. ,;    ,  British Columbia's mineral exhibit lit 'Hie St. Louis World-.-,  Pair captured the grand prize.  LATEST   TELEGRAPHIC, NEWS.  Embassy Entertains���Will Corner  Salmon  Output���Eastern  ,  War News-  ,    LOCAL NEWS.     "  T. S. Armstrong was  a   guest,  at the, Imperial 'Wednesday.  Welcome for Earl-Grey.  Mr.   and   Mrs.   T. T. McVitlie  visited Criinbrook Wednesday.  ���Harry Drew. 'Kniiberley,   was  at Steele on business Wednesday  Holiday .goods are   being displayed* in profusion at Kershaw's  The Kootenay Central   survey  party are now camped at Steele.  Small pox is prevalent in Montana at Tobacco Plains  A man's conscience is continually reminding him ol his neighbors sinfulness  ���  Halifax, N. S., Dec. 9.���In anticipation of the arrival here today or' tomorrow oP the Allen  liner Parisian a distinguished  delegation has assembled here 10  'accord a welcome to 13arl Crey,  tin; new OovornorOeneral of  Canada, who, with his family  and aides-de-camp are passenger* on the vessel. Among  those present to take part in the  reception are representatives of  Ottawa. Toronto and various  other cities of the eastern pro-  vinces.   .  against the foreign office and admiralty. -  London, Dec <S���Reports from  Tien Tsiirstates that Ihe Japanese shell lire at'Port Arthur also  sunk the Russian battleship  Peresviet.  New Logging; Camp.  RECORD   FOR COAL   CREEK  Coal Company Mined 74,569 Tons  in November.  Carliiv'-ifc Diirick sent a lot of  supplies tot he Wolf creek log-;  ti'ing camp Thnrsd'a-v.  R. L. T.   Calbrailh. and   Coo."  Sqott are at Tobacco Plains thi?  week on business.  Some tiftcen'or twenty K'ootenay Central 'surveyors were in  town Thursday. >   ,  I!. Lundin," who has charge of  a logging camp at Skookum  Chuck, was in town Monday.   ���  ��� Mr. French of the Grange.  Wolf creek, was in town 'Tuesday  on business.  .  Al Doyle came over from Orun-  brook to, Steele Wednesday on  business.  Entertainment at Italian Embassy  Washington, D.C.. Dec. 9.���  The Jlalian Embassy entertained  this afternoon at a large 1ea and  roc-option, followed by a concert  by the great Italian musician  Florida.  Nearly every one of prominence in official society, including  almost 'the entire diplomatic  corps, attended the function.  Logging, in Southeast Kootenay, will soon be in full blast.  New camps are now opening up  on the banks of the Kootenay  river Jn the; vicinity of Sheep  creek. It is realized by millmon  Ihat the Kootenay river is the  great highway that ensures a  large and prompt supply of  logs.  The coal output at the three  colliorie.-, of the (.'row's Nest  P,ass   Coal   Company    for    the  a>,  month     of    N  ovember   was  follows:  Coal Crook  11,f\u tons  Michel  '������:t.-i:t\   ������  Carbonado  7.H9    "  Total  7-l.."i(i!i ton>  NOVEMBER LEAD RECEIPTS  St. Eugene Mine Furnished Sixty  Per Cent of the" Total Receipt  of Hall Smelter.  Lively Session Expected.  Vienna. Dec.' 0 --The imperial  government will watch the proceedings of the Hungarian parliament which assembled at  Budapest today wit h close interest not unmixed with a feeling  of anxiety. 'Political affairs in  the kingdom 'have boon approaching a crisis for nomo time  and the parliamentary session is  expected to be, 'marked by  serious disturbances.  To Corner Salmon Output.  The last payroll of the Crow's  Nest Coal Co. amounted to  ��i::2,r>oo.  George Geary was out hunting  on Saturday last in the vicinity  of Maus creek. He succeeded in  killing a good sized buck.  C. H Pollen, who has,been at  "Victoria on railway business, for  several weeks returned to Steele  Wednesday. '  Wn.KON the Jkwkm-kk at  Cranbrook, is sending out; free,  a ' beautifully illustrated catalogue of Christmas jewelry.  Write todav and got one.  Portland, Ore., Doc. '.(.���Owing to the , we)i?defincd report  that John Cudahy. the Chicago  packer, is endeavoring to secure  entire control of the salmon industry in this section, keen interest is manifested in the sale  today of the properly of the defunct Pacilic Packing and Navigation Company. Should  Cudahy be successful'in securing  the property, it is believed that  he will also take over the property of the North American  Fisheries Company, if he has  not already done so. thus giving  him control of the largest fish  ing concern on the Pacific Coast  The total ore. receipts of the  Hall Smelting & Mining Company amounted to 2,Ti L0,400  pounds, which contained 1.048.-  2(52 pounds of lead.        '    .  There were in all 20 shippers  for the month, and LSufi tons of  ore was'received, which gave a  lead production of'ufM tons.  The St. Eugene continues to  be the largest silver-lead mine  in British Columbia. , The ore  shipments from the St. Eugene  amounted to 990.494' pounds,  which contained' fr2\.2'.VA pounds  of lead. Of the total production  of lead at the smelter, the returns show that the St. Eugene  ore produced over GO per cent.  The October'output was 70,1.">:J  tons. The November total was  only once exceeded. r in January  J901. rwhen 70.100 tons were  mined, but considering the fact  tluii January' contains one day  more ,than November the 'latlei  month actually holds the record.i  The-, last' month establishes a  notable' record for Coal Creek,  colliery thcjmtput being several  thousand tons over the previous  monthly record. '  COK10 in  xovioinioit.  V ' ' , - Tons.  'Pernio, .'590 ovens, made 11,030 ;  Michel, ;J1 o ovens, made   9, 137  Mining Share ^Market.  , Outside of three or four'stocks  in Southeast Kootenay there is  but little change in prices, the  most active being St. Eugene  and Bull Hivcr. Mining & Power  Co.. which has advanced locally.  The dividends on St. Eugene  and North Star have had a deno-  ficial effect,on the local market  generally. Sullivan stock is advancing but the public has not  yet become sufficiently interested to create any large demand.  Silver-lead Quotations.  There's {i time for everything  even Christmas shopping.    Now  you've time to inspect Kershaw's  Christinas goods.  C. 11. Pollen was al Sand  creek, Bull river and other points  on the route of the, Kootenay  Central this week.  Mrs: C. F. Pownall. and Mrs.  C. M Edwards passed through  Steele Thursday on their way to  Fish Lake Ranch. '., .:'>  ' :'L. W, Moflit,' Wilmer, .'.was..a-  passenger on Thursdays stage.  Mr. Moflit'; is ��� on ,his way to  Nelson on business.'  Mrs. Chadwick Arrested.  New York. Dec. 8.���Mrs.  Chadwick is under arrest for  felony. She was placed under  arrest in her apartments charged  with aiding and abetting a bank  official in embezzling &12,f>on.  Eastern War News.  New York, Due.,!):  Bar Silver   Load   Copper   Spelter   ^London, Dec. !>.��� Silver.  copper ��G(! s d; lead, XlL'  spelter, <��2!5   s     d.  59*  I.(Ml  l-l.To  ").75  I-L'd:  ��.   (Id:  21,107'  Owing to a shortage of C. P. R.  cars,   the  above ovens were not  charged to their fill capacity. ,  Operations of ovens, Dec. 1st..  19(1-1.    .  " In blast.    Out of blast  Pernio  :!90  -.  ,  111  Michel  ?��� 1 ��     ���  '     134'  Carbona  do  210  -   '   7,00 42s  ,  At Coal Creek  on   Wednesday  .")   men   were   laid   off   in   No.,J  lime for completing.the 1003 assessment rolls haS'been extended  till December 15th, and the time  for completingtlm duties of the  Courts oi' Revision and Appeal  till December .'Jlst.  The following have 'been appointed members of the Board  of Examiners at the coal mines  respectively mentioned: Thos.  Budge, of Nauaimo, Nanaimo  mine: W. 0."Simpson of Lady-  sniilh. ExtensioiPinine:" J. Ke>-  ley. of Union. Cumberland mine;  .1. McCliniciif. of Pernio, Coal  Creole mine: .1. K. Miller, of Carbonado. Morrissey mine:-j Evan  Evans, of-Miohel. Pernio mine.  Appointments, become effective  on January 1st next. , "  ASK  BORDEN TO LEAD  Meeting of Conservatives at Montreal Tenders Request.  ��� Montreal. Dec. d.���A> meeting'  of Conservative members, and  representative men of.the party  was held last.'evening, at the  'Windsor hotel.T$ The situation  .was fully and feelingly discussed  ���a'nd it was the unanimous wish  that R. L. Borden should iretain  his position as'.'leador oiVthe conservative party. <��� '  ,'Mr. Borden,.who 'briefly addressed thefgathering received  an ovation as ho,began to speak.  Ho thanked his friends and sup- ���  porters for their' kindness and  devotion. The leader thought  it advisable to defer action until  the opening of ���parliament, when  the party will be in a position to  -formally 'discuss the situation.  The  meeting^ was   enthusiastic  mine..   A portion oT this mine is  being closed.    The coal   is cveryf and.- all -present  loft fully  con  soft rou'uifti.g- a, great ainouut^of  timbering'in the, mine,''and the  management believes there is  more profit in inci-e.as:ng the output in the other mines. These  men are being, taken on in Ihe  other mines as places can be  found for thenf.  Our coal market with the G.N.  Li. is becoming well established.  It ih used practically over the  whole line from Cutbank east of  the Rookies to the Coast.���  Pyemic PYoo Press.  Among the Craft.  Market Conditions.  There is a better feeling among  the promoters, of the .Kootenay  Central Raijway, and the outlook appears more favorable.���for'  the building of the railway on  the east, side of the Kootenay  river.  Dr. Watt received a telegram  on Friday from Ottawa appointing him as quara,ntine officer for  'Southeast' Kootenay.     He    will  leave,  day.  tor  Tobacco   Plains Mon-  'Noxt -year we shall have a  chance1 to-visit the fa-nious Windermere mining district, and  other points in the Kootenay and  Columbia valley, by rail.'  Victoria. B.C.. Dec. S. ��� Fred  Villiers, the celebrated war correspondent, in talking of the  Japanese Russian war says:  ���'''The'.Japanese could take Port  Arthur- in one day i f they so desired, .but as the .Japanese./ com-,  maiiders- a,re most . careful of  their men. they are taking their  time.'"'    ���..'������ ���..''' :  Tokio. Do'c. s!-���'Reports have  booh received confirming the disabling of the'Russian battleships'  Rotvizan a,nd Poltava, 'and. stating that the, cruiser Bayan is  aground. . : .,  St. Petersburg, Dec. 8. ���Evidence exists-, showing, that, the  agitation for the dispatch of a  third .squadron comprising the  Blade sea; Hoot., to the far east is  inspired 'by admiral Alexieif, and  iis   in   the   nature  of a campaign  Auother fractional advance in  quotations of silver bullion occurred at both London aud New  York, but the markets were not  specially active.  Copper exports fell off sharply  during November as compared  with the remarkable exhibit of  the previous month.  Other minor metals have ruled  quiet, with little change.  New Operating Companies.   ,  The Imperial Coke and Coal  Company have,been opening, up  their coal areas on the Fording  river: should .the C. P. R. build a  branch to its own collieries in  this vicinity, the. .'company may  be expected to put'.-in'.its own  spur and thus 'have conned ion  with the outside world.  The Southeast Ivooteuay Coa.l  and Petroleum Company is the!  name of'an organization which  has been formed to work' coal  and oil lauds in East' Koolcna.y  district. This company .has  ta.ken an American charter, and  is capitalized at ��LT)0,Oi "'��� 'in  1,000,000 shares of twenty-five  cents each.  J.W.  T.  S.  "P.  The installation o  take    nlace   at    an  The regular monthly meeting  of North Star Lodge. A. P. & A.  M.. was hold at Masonic Llall on  Tuesday evening, at which the  annual election of officers took  place The followiug, is a'' list  of officers elect for the ensuing  year.  W.M..    A. C Nelson     ���  SAY..     A. Crez  A. B. Fen wick  -  R. L. T. Calbraith  1-1. S. Clark  R. D. Mather  officers will  emergency  meeting which will be held on  December ' L'7th, St. John's  night/, v      '���..'���,'..  ;, An emergency convocation of' Rocky Moiihtain Chapter  R.A.M.. will 1)0 hold at- Masonic,  1/lall on December,18th.  Official Announcements.  The following annouiicenicn-fs  arc'; contained in the last issue of  ���the ������British Columbia. ('Jazet.fe''.  The'.East, Kootenay Lumber  Co..,������ Ltd.'. gives notice of its intention, ..to apply for the,establishment, of certain public 'highways in' Souf beast Kooloiiay.;  'Four applications t'o purchase  lands', seven applications for coal  prospect iiig licences ami 10 applications for timber licenses are  contained in ihe current issue.  Assessors are noli lied that the  v'mcod ��� that-.-Mr.--Borden' would  accede to the unanimous wish of  his party. ���  Political Pointers.  Grand Trunk Pacific interests  have shifted from British Columbia to Portland. Me., and the  inarafinie provinces.  An order has been issues summoning the Dominion House of  Commons to meet for the dispatch of business on January  11th.  What   have   the   Liberals   of  Steele   got   to    grouse    about?  "Big  Kill"  had   a   majority   of  nine   in   this   town,   every one at  Conservative.  With ballot boxes made in  Yankee-land', says the Belleville  Liberal conspirators, we care  not who casts the ballots.  ft is only four weeks since  the elections, and yet, we are  given to understand, that we  have been "gold bricked" by the  loaders of the Liberal party.  The election promise of immediate construction of the Grand  Trunk Pacific, was only a delusion and a snare to'catch'votes  Kootenay Centra] R. R.  The   Kootenay'"Central    sur-.  veyors-willbe completed   in two  6f three weeks..   Assoon as the  surveys' are' accepted  we   have"  been assured that immediate construction will commence..   Right  of'way over private property on  the cast   side   of   the   Koofonay  river has been' secured, and it is',  reported   that   the   line   will   be"  constructed   on   this  side of'the ���"  Kootenay.      .'.'������ ���'        .  Will.Work on Iron  Property.   ���  Contracts were lot I his week",,  for packing supplies to the Bull  river iron mines. 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= ■ 'l;-.'."i-Regula£,-:'Daiiy'.-;ii8ta^e.':':'riietife.,;all:';:;;;
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TEAAUNG'OF "-AU^KINDS*A-;S 1^KCIA i'JTV
HOUSE AND- SIGN.PA'lNTiXG   v".   ''■■.'      v
;;;   ;,'CALCIMIN:iNp-:in(rPAPJ;;R H^VKGING,
^'■;':PGRT" STEELE;-:i0q^;-:'(
All.. work.'prdrriptiy d.o'he.
.^;.Shaving;,;-0'-;;'Hair:^
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50   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks' '
- ;•' Designs
Copyrights &c.  '
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....  q'ul.ildy HHCorijiiii onr!'n|iiiiiun rrt;o \v,liol,hor an
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h.miI. lr.;.l.,<>l<li!Hl iiui>iic!V rCir«o.'.iriiij.- imliMil.i. ',
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s/irrf.ti ti'i/ltit'.-wP.lntul-clmrtro, In lite   .    ■-.,'.
Scientific JimericatL
A hiiiKlsoiii'nlrJIIUHtriiliul.wiH'lily.    l.ttivost nlr-..
ctllitl.ii>>t of litiv Hitlonllll.t Joiinliil'.'    Tortus, f.\ ii
your il'.itir, tmiiillis, fl.  Sold byallTtowMilcitlors.
MUNN & Co.3G,Broad^. New York
llnuich Ollloo. 025 K SUAVaalihiKtoit. 1). C.
WANTED
.,■.,.-  A  3Local(Salesman'for'" Fort Steele
.'"'and'"Surrounding- Country   to Represent    . ,:"    ■■<:''■ ' .;   ■■-■■I"-.-"" "   '"-;.'■   '.':..
...'Canada's Greatest Nurseries'
NL-u-esl;: v.a.rJ,<-'.t;osr/ - aiiil--sjn'i'ia'l,! i'es In
Hardy   I'Vu'its.  .Small 'll"i,iili.i-.   Shhil^.-.
Ornamentals, and -.Ros.'i's. ■ -A' jur-rnitirituit
.situation, and torritoi-y i'...'se!'veu'i.'yi' tin.:
r.ig'ht   man.       Pay  Nvckly.   fian<i.-6ini'
'.• Outfit free. .'AV.riUVftjr ipartii'iliai'V. and
H.unii;25 cents lor our po.'kvi lnirrorcoi)'.-
' ju'rft' th'f,  thing'  to   i!,-..:-   in   ..'x.'iiyin'ihi
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Salesmen "Wanted.
No "Experience .Necessary."
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returned., arid'lr is;'up to the -^Eie
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The   Canada  Tailoring   Co.
TORONTO
'ity'y V{',j.;Tlie--;Lib'era Klpai'ty ;ra u'st, y:a t'.
'tbeiericl.df. i;ts:te'rn^
as rPma^. be,-'irtv'e?aii-K^cc6'uutii'i-<>'
■   '...-':.-, ■'■ ,-. -v.- $.,.      '-.   .:...!. .-(.-. 'v,:..:-..\'<;.:.'.«:.&., .s
of';■��■ tts,:.stewardship.-:itncisifv ribt
v ■"'■ " -r'.'".'" '   "    4 p."
satisfactotyyrtbathe/cotm
lease..''6$ :^
-1 ;;l?.ecii 1 i iir !:J> '>'- con dition §.;;;;" V ■; hay e'
arised' diirihir 'tlie'vpa:?t;:jadrajiiis-
tii'atioirK'b;t' ..the-SBiberal:?::party:y;
;iVii'd.;%i'ii^'e'r't'!.ii^'cl
■d|tions'iihave:,':as;suii'ied; 'a: Inoi-e
'serious;teiidei\cy'r,uIi: ;is'Tbo^igbt
tVuit:'the tinahces,;of'the"Domjiiion
will be:seriously crippled by the
Gwuid'' Trutvk .' Pac:ific':'Vscheihe.
Tliii't. the.liiariitime province's'and
the /American ,city;.:,of : Rprtland,
\\ri 11 sooii be .'.engaged i n. airtight.
t(3..sec'ui'e ithe eastern ■ terminus
of tboG.T.P. railway, undv that
tlie ''stoncb, ot';•;')•.: big' -^railway
scandai''' the i niosl;' gross -in the.,
history oi' the '..Dominion.' wi,ll
soon arise and he fouhd floating
ripon the Atlantic to the Pacific
ocean   inside ,of   tire ■ next   two
years''!-'" '"\:        "'"".' ; ■".   ■;■:<■-■:;■'■■
° /ihi'i .electors, however,, have
jiot held ,,the"Liberal.; party responsible for 'these /conditions..
They have yqted'.ito' give Sir
AV'ili'L-icl Laui'ier and .his adrainis-
t.ratioiT.-' another trial.; and sir
.Wilfrid aud: his party •'promise
ihat the Grand Trunk Pacific;
will be eonstru'eted. from' ocean
■to'o.cea.u. :at,a.cos't to. Canada of
ru.i more thalt * 1 b:000.000;«. ;Wil 1
this iVroiriise be'-.-fultilledy •'
.i; ". Is'-'also up to the . ''Bitr
Si'vi'ii"- who I'.'pi't'scni.' Tlritish
i'.'iilunibli'l.i'll lli'VH(;USi.'. (if Cnlll
hi on.-■■•'to ''st.'o 1 hat 'this: I'rovii'ice
! ii-.i'i\'t' proper i i'caf Hji'.-nt a! the
ji:;in'i!> o!' Jin- Laurior .' govern-
' liii.-ut. That i.I'h.".liua'in.'ial. terms
'ue'.t wfr-en the l-ioiii i ii ion   a ii'd Pro-
vill'i:iL'  '. hs'.l    :u),'|ilSl,ed    'Ml     .'111   ('(|U!t-
( ■, J'j.li' ba-.s.i.-.    ,  Thai ai.k'i.jwa.le pi'o-
I :,',:■! ipti   in.'.  1 lll'lli.'-ht'il   pJ    I In"'    It.iail
I .u'ming .and hiinbi'i'iug ind usl.rii'.:.s
j.'tiV : ill.- ii!'.'M"i!.i''er":'iii'l Unit all of
''ii,' V-'dii !iV''f.'i:'n'i I, . i ii; I 'i -.! rial a nil
I i.nin'ni.i: ini'/i'i's';- "!' I Jril isl'i * i<>-
I Pniiiiin '"" . |»!'.)' ei'l e,"i " lid I'ml
I -. 1,'i'i li'-./n 'i i,i ill'' hi: "i'.;;-.1 :■■■ ol' a n
! •.: !..-r ! (.''"'. i !;'•'■
^ituate'tir Smitheasf Kriptonay District:
'', Coiiiihiin.^ng at a;pdst planted 'pn'-tiho
we.-it-i;&n-ft''V.K^.no|i'l'r,'.<>4^
the moiitk ol' (float creek,.oriiotherwiso
Ic'iipwn-vjis'; trVi:'<lir:stsfoi'k*fof Slieop creek
tSbncenirrtli/lorty cliains;» LlT'ehce; ieast
tWrfsc ,:hundrcid 'aiul' twenty;, .aliains.:
;thenci>';HOiUlt.i I'piir ^u.ii0rcdv(jliaii,i8 to
"rtortliiira bbundaryinf.li>ot 4.ritii).';tli'eu.c.d;
and tW\«:ntyi(:Hai)]£:tlicii(;e:nortli: dlir'eo
■.h'uiHlrc(lfvan'('li':=si'Xty-;i'i0i:'ti.n.H7j't^
winliiienccinciit. t'ontiiinin^;.12,S00 iicres'
Dated   this': iali. day of iXovembei'.iiy;
■ii):." 100-1. -:i .   ■;•" ■''",. '■•' "'■ ":./.,'-■   '■   '^^
'■: :o6 i-i ■'■■•'     '■'.- "'Mi;. K. FI^NWiliOKi"-
rii;,,'... WATch;i«vi.;and. '^hwiiinuy;.^'.-..
'. ENGfliAVING and REPAiRINGi;
■,'■'. NOTICE.       '<:■;
•Sixty 'day .< a,l'ter date I ..intend to
apply tii tlie Cliiel';Commissioner of
l^inds' and .Works for permission , 'to
piireliase'tiio'-fol lowinjr described iand
inilOast K"()0ten'ay.''l*Virt Stt.'...'le Oistrict,
tor paixtur'at inu'iioses.' .Btsginniii"' at a
past |)lanted,at the southeast eorner'of
IjOt 7Q0:i. on tiie northern boundary of
iiqt. 14. thent^o norlli ,20'.'chains'' to the
iidrtli. east cornel,': of ..Lot. TOO.'l; thence
east 00 chains, thence south" 10 chains:
more or less to, tlie' nortliern .boundary
of: Lot'Hi. tbcnoeiw.est along the northern boimdary'oi" I'^ots t(i and 1/1 to -place
of lie.u'i.nnin.ii'icOntainiiiy' 100 acnes lii'ore
or less.-- ' ..' '.';_' • ■; ',.. ... ,'■'."' .' ...i ..'''. ;.•';
iiDatediat Wolf Creekithe tird day ...of"'
Deceniber, tool. . '; ..,:. '.','..'..•.':. ,'•■ v..''
50 • .s\y':' PKENCit,   ..
J.   HIGH WARDEN. .'■;;."
PIONEER- BARBER; SHOP
Everything Strictly First 'pl'ttsis,,
iVi.'a:' (Idor to the Prospect vr. ■
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q ok sisv. and iHStat ibii'ei; jjr'-;
Pnlnep rind Tourist
;SU!(!p6rs. Buftbtt;:i;
iLi brary CarsV Modern .
:   ,'■..;, I)ny Codobes.   . . .■:»•■
■ ■'•'''■;..''l)iiiiiVtf'Cars,'•'.:'',-1'".'.',.'•
i MEALS   A    LA, CARTE.
Best fMeals   on   Wheels-
2"   "'"'FAST, THAIXSi'- '.."' fS '
VKAST-AND iWJO.ST. ti.AI L.V,.   £L
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jls any old rdaii A\;ill db~you:ahVL\veidoi]t:f" ■/
wan.t yoiiiv:patronage:; /.l)ut:'tl"iyhitaro V,"
particular andiiwaiit^lie best and iiiean.:;; ',.;'■'
to'havt; it, ank tilie/ticlait aj^iiittd route1, ,';,"/
yon ;'yiai; ■Uuy^LLl'.\01^ ^'C'10KTl.ttVI^i .■..:'%>
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sejtt'ili oin':i'C.^|iilrina' t'hatr ■ t'ars ^vlileb:*':;;y v-
aire .'fitted u-ithdayatories-iaiid ,:,siiio,k,in'<j .;:;v:;.;,
rdpiiis.iandliiiivcia poi:ter■'iiV.>Ht,>oiicln'i;i'cb.:i-'.,-'-V'^v;-.'"'
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Fort Steele
Diamond Jubilee
hospital
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.-.•ll-ailtli'i'sse.l envelope. . Tlllv, NATION A I..':;i:!2 Dearhorn St., Chiciiyo.   . TOE PROSPECTOiR.  FORT STEELE,  H-'C:.   OKiMvMTiEK ���'It.. 1001.  @|je ^ra^ect^r.  ���SATUI.-: DAY.  I) lit.:. , 1.0. 1 (KM i  ��-.  ';'  ,     '' Picked by Our Perambulator.  "',':;!��� rThe IJo minion parliament, is' to  ',':  meet oh .lianuaryi 11 tli.v"     <���"'',;.-..'" ���'.���������  -. , i;   A 'inaji ,'hs,ualjy   gets  what he  -';   deserves^ in "the end, bht;he,inan-i,  :':' aires .to'get a lot'of qthef ithiugs:  .':..,��� i in the meantime.; ���   ., --.'.-'....-. ;���;<���-;���-,.-.,/-  ��� :" Rnssiaianlioiiinees ltsi;inteiitio'ri  '.'..':"to,'fiji'ht' 'htntili the   bil, Unbend.'���'  Tii is indicates tliat it lias a :,pre-.  fnoiiitiqii 'of(..what   the,,end  will,  LaiMtc'likii."..,:".">���.0 '';'.;���.. ,.,:':;-v-���.,.', '���-.���'���"  ..'Tlie Grand Trunk   Pacific rail-  ���'������   way. gives "promise  of, building  ��'   ji,'     t-3.!'V1   ��� ���*������,.      ���'      :V       '-" ,-���... "���        ,..,.,1.-'  up PoiMlaiid'iiit'ohiiiend and lion.'  "���'���'��� .'G'opr'gd A. Cox ai itiie otli6r..-��� ������.';."  ,i'.'';... Ain .An'iericanj.rilleinan   named  ';:   Callahan 'claims, Slie. ; ;can '.'" .see  '���   bn 1 lets'llyi^a'nd. (hati ho sliowed  .:;v;bis'  'ieoiifrei;es,. ��� thei'sameelTeet  ',   winch. Ije claims (am be' witnessed  '.���; :;by,:anyo,nq;,;it aicdrrecti. angled of  :' , li^r lit.;;:',," '/'i'i'-.',>.'-   .:''''''���>-.'-���' :'���'.���' "i  ... :',���'-���   '.'."    '.'....,."..',���.. : .;.  ''...,."-'''   ,"-ni!'''   v.fiV     ..'.':...  ���  \Q ���  ,- i��� Ah' Egyptologist'says'^that ,he;  .7 knows alt .about, Noah. ; i HlS b tiilt  /jtho' Arlr in ' Egiypti:.iahdji .was a'  ::;'',inillionaire. !.'Thus,AVBilearn"that  ��,'.;,the:i;'Arlviei\vas.,ithe7  ' ,i ��� ,;ait;e's'i priyate7yaicht on';record:,.;,."  : ;.; :iPqsssibly in,:-\yew;,bf t]ie;cdm-  ',:��� "inencenient next, spriug^ot^ rail-.  ; i.i wayi eoiistriactidnVin East Kpote:  V*'i;;hiayf 'Kti'iisi reported>��� that/ tihereyis  -"very great, activity- in ;th;e lumber  ���;'"' camp adjacent;to!i;Lake Winder-;  -;'^ in ere,';-,and J.tii.iat..':';a.i-~gTea^t.:'de'a,''i';9i!i  1'; igood/work Avlll ^Dedoiieiditi'ihg  ��� .,'"-'���'.'' tile winter, /f: ���;>."'. -',--. \: .:-'.;;;-.5:.." v"  ���V"-';. -'Mi/; Peter -Lund,; Manager,of;  / Thei;Gr6AV.'S:iNestr  .v,/��� Co;y ; evidently'' ;piihs- liisi;Taith"to'  :-. - :;Southeast:K^  t...' vertiisingiijicfc  -.:}��� 3his- :iresidence^, iiir- ;SpolcaiVe; i'; .for  ;; ,;farmnahds;^  ;f;. /properly tn East Kootenay.;.;;���/.;:;';'-  ��Mh January;;'!stis/no v/said/ie/ be.  ;;/it;he. date^  tiliiiS'iuliivanife  ^i^:'Gii'iisWire.'ifibw, 'ji^'^iii^^piii'c^)-;  ;::i7';:Mi;irig-*^iic?  ���>\ ;v;'- inen:feat;a:aiieitr-da'te; ;/iiill/iA\u/l :^&  ' |: "chickens'before .tliey ai^'liatchecli  //.It' ,is inbw;;ibii tf; aii; short v. while  ii',- ;until the,.BiCe'Legislature;ineets  ���'''���;' at Victoriai againiahd nowMsitbei  ; ";;'tiin.esf or .'prospectors and'-ininers.  'i;.; .t6';place;;;befpre the "members and  iiii; public"'their needs in;the "way :of  ~ -roads;, trails:\aud> bridges1 ior  i.e. of her public works.    /        :"  ������'.  , �� W\tii" '.'.tiie, preserit.���������. favoriible  ;  'prospects,, of ;a, branch ��o.l: ithe  -    Canadian i; : Pacific     ,,i Railwaiy  ���,, ''tra-versiiVg' '��� "t'l;iLs"'..'-:.'. Jertil<i;"- valley, i  '"'���"',\v'.hei,f-!--'by   three > weal thy  ,'divi-'  "C'sious���Poft'Stereje,; Windermere  "/jtncl,.Golden���will be. united,,;, .we  i,^;p:red.ict.thai,.this;;seetioh .will be  "i ��� not '.only'.. /P|,0^P^tous,   ibu't; jbe  ,/" j^royid equal iit'imiueral;;wealth  '; to' ibiiy  cither i,'pbHi6ri .ol'.'BHtisli;  Columbia, ii: not superior. . ' ���', ;'���'���  ������ ..   ' "'', -'���' ����� .''  '''��� ;"     "J":  * ������ ,        c\   .��� ���''-.. -  In speaking,ii of BviPish Coltim-;  ,; .bla's'i resources,      Mr.,' D.'". R:  iWilkie, general manager  of  the  '.' '��� 1 luporial ,.Bank, .'.said:--;'British"  Columbia  will; outshine ;all  the  provinces   in   time,   and  is   now;  running    away    .'from    Ontario.  ' VVhat most impresses trie regard-  . ���   in<>- Brifish Columbia: is the  fact  .-.   thai;  she,is   being   neglected by  tlie rest of, the   Dominion. .   Her  /nittural prod nets lire in   conipeth  ,..tioit with   those  of   the   Lhiifed  ���.. States'upon a  free -trade   basis,  ���'"yet upon''.everything Brifish'iCo-  '   himbia uses she has to.pay duty.,  Slie is  not  properly ,recognized  by the rest of,the Dominion, and  ���    yet   she   is   perhaps   at   present  '   more prosperous limn any of tlie  other   provinces,   and,   iis.l. say,  will lieaf fliem til! in lime.      Her  , resources .are  simply enormous,  Ontario, I leari will have to talui  third, or "i'otirl.ll  place   111" a, few  . years." . '' ���   ,  MAXA(.:KI:   WANTKIf  '���'lYiHlwnrlliv l'"tV <"������ -'enilmniui In'  mMliii'.'e, lnisin'..-ts hi H'is eoatilr.V anil  lUlioiiiiiivieri'intry lor well a'l-l lavor-  a|,lv kii.i'.vn In.use ..! eoli.l inaiicial  sCiiitlin"'' &I.0.) strai^'Jil' casli salary  i,,i(i cxoeii-e., paiii each Monday li.v ���  . elieck tlirecl. I'i'oiu lie.atU|uai'ters. I'.x-  ' pense money advanced.. , I 'ositidi, jici'v  iuaiic.it.    Ail.liv.-.-  Uan.'^'cr. 810  (..01110  I'.lock, Ctli-ajie.  Illinoi.-..  I  r^.&%&��%&��S>  '���������������  ��� OKfV"Nni!f)f)K; LKMONCIO ;niHTliJOT  .,',,Thi; .half .ycai-ily inoctiii'y 'i.if'ilio.l-Siiarcl  til' ' l.ieijns(y''Conim!Ksioners., (.'.ranlirink  Liccifsc District, will ,,1'c held'1 at the  C.'oii'rt iroiiscGraiilirook, :oni: .Thurs'rtay  Dcceinbor 15l Ji, li��0:lV at ton o'clock1 in  tlie'rorenooirwlicittlic I'ollow'ijry; ai)pli-  cntions will iconic liefor<i.th<yBo:u'd:������  ���  . ���'il..i''l'i|,.':.S<:oVt:ti:iinsr^M,i'to.iConti"i..l Hotel.  Wardrici-.-  .loliri iiiyan..     '   ;;/!;;'.;'"  James,.' I^rown.   linternational   1 loliel.  AVardiicr. . ,. '       '      i '���,;���(.���;,-,.'.'���;.���;,;.''���"       ;.,''  : jV:; A. Cilrrie transfer; to AVardner  ,11 or(i'I. Ward nor. Itoliert/Rohart.''���'-, ' .  :'; isidncy KedcUiig: I iiiperial,,lJotel.,;l',t.  Sleeiiy.liiilClmri; . ,,..-. ,;:.(:':;" .'.'  ': l;I.' t'eVincinaii" triinsJ'ei;'., to ,.Imperial  Tlotel. Fori Steele.    X. tiansVin.     ..',  i If. :S::i.MVil'.li(';i/'. 'AViuilsor. Fort Steele. ���"���  .'..',,, ':, ! f ' :-.^c .  ','.  It., yX-l-'raser, Sirathcoiia. Fort Steele;  S.'<.'ad,it;iix''. I're'inier. Sheep Creek..  ,"V'.; X'l r I KF, Lk'FNOF tNStMCCTOI!.  :���''..; ' ���{'��� NOTICE; ''-';';.,.'.'':'.  ';'- N'otit'e isiii;r(..h.y,: ^'iveiHil'ial,,; thirty  (lays'after-date, I intentittq,;iiiake'application uHUio. Chief, Coiiiinissioner of  'Laiulsaiitl AVorkkfor a'; License ,. to tail,  an<t carry away'fiiiilier'l'roi'n the I'oJlow-  :in,e:,descrilied lands in Soiiihoiisf' K'oott'r  .nay,.District:,, '; : "!:'^;,' v- ',- ": ".'���,-. ���.',:���.,';���  i ,,('oniinenc.iiifi' at aipost planted'.at the  liiorthea'st coriierv.of St; Gadwix's;:pre-  (iini'itio'ii,-thence cast,'10 (mains, the.iicei  s<mth,S0,(:'haii).s,':thcncip:Wcst'40 chains,  thencci.idrth 80 chains,toi.place :.of' hc-  , ��� ���������.   - ���        '      p    :    '   '-     '    ���., ���,   '-' '*' ���'/    >���    n  "������i'nn'in'y-.'"':::. ���"�����..;,'..':,.-��. S'.,,;";:-:..: ���^i��������ii���.,y���\';b:J!���^:  )��� dilated'Qctofieri2oth,:tilO-1.,���',i,���-  i."   ,-,i:;,  ,;. ������ :-': ; ;' ���,'>;���' i-i;'i .-. ;Wni., Ca'rliii^ Locatori,   '.���.'.���  .'- ilo - :*������.-.'��� ��� ;i;::.f;/' (ieorg'e Gcai^yj.iAg'erit; ;,  ;-;-'-';-;-:'"':-:'-;,;��-'-'i:i:N6TICEi;;;'i:''';';'''r  v  Sixty ,'claysiaifteiv:'date::'-li'iaiitend:i-it6  apply .'-''to, .'tiie'Chief '("oiriinis-iioiior ; of'  ���DaiiclVan'ci':^  "liurclitisre the' followin'"' dfjscrihed ?land  for pasfnral;t)iii'|ioses.i:.:; l^eftilining-- ata-  sfakc Tlantied   20  chains 'north:: of tlie  soufheafet:corner of l.ot:'lo,;tlien(-o east.  SO   V:hams}ithence "north.  20   ;chaihH.;  1/henceiiwest':Sp'cha1ns:"theii(i:e s0uth;,.20  cli'auis'.cqivfa^  f':i;:ili)atcrl: ;it,ii\yd'l l-iQrt'eiv thef 1 l,h dayi: tili  'Nin'enilier.'liKl-fiviovC-:^,^'- . ^^-''-^'^  ;ii;ii ii \ V: J."il&HpiiifMiiRIOYSi   iiii;,  .MINISRAilV-ACT;.;,'. .'.j..,;.., ;;:i:v'-:;  :.:��-'i''e/ga>':-fh::iii.;;i;.^..''ii.;:.^:'::'.>s;i:'  ' 0KK'l'Vl''K(A'i'K,''O'l',-; IMPllOyKMKN'1'S.i:i{,\  ....;":... ,,:..;. ���.���;.':.,,:NOTICE..:;..:;,-,'.'-,A,iV'-.-t*^  "'���:a!i'a::',,'"'���.'��� ���'VJ-O!et,KDractiqn���;';:.:.:,iinrt. ��� ��� ���,!e,w  'ii"���' v, 'V^i^fractioii v^'Iii'igta  . iiiSitti;iib.,iiiililio��Forti��,Sti;eie. 'Miniill?"piyisioi?  ioffelist lvfl(VUUlliy:r)iSl,riCa::\,;:r;;a'gS::vi:^  ::' \\rlicre,ioeiileU':--OirSiiiti viui Tiill.- ..if: :���:;:'; ;^  ,''.''Tiiiie'Yio'it<\c'UiiVi^  ^ct'^ieirimviViiciir "rer'p.-WviBiii'ilsall^FiM.C.;  NT()iiHT?ir.n.:iw. .T.AVIiiili.i's;'Frcc'S'Iin6r'.s''Gortili-  ctvt��V'':ICp..';'l.'?'rhcj'705''iiftoiitl,'; ��tjctyi''il,��ys' from,'the.  (luto.iiiiroof. to apply to thi>. MIniiig"T<6i:oriier  for ;i,iC'fii'i.iiil'tilo.;ortiiiih'ov.eniqiilsi i'o'r'tli"e..'p.Ur-'  yxise.of oiiuiitiiiis-MiCrou'ii liri'oit.of tlie.iib'ov.c  clainis:' '-.'"' 5,'./��Y. '���"'���"'.���,���'''.".      ���'������'",'''���������':.'  ',   '���'*.���'������.",-���"  -And t'm-lli.er mice':'notice,,tliiit'.action,  iiniior'  section 37.,in'iis'i l)e;coinmeii,oe(f beffivu tlie issu-  ani'.c, of such CurUlic.ate (if Inipi'oypiiieuts.:  '  Diitptl tins jHit'li iluy of No'v'eiiii.i.ei-.iA.D.. l'g'&l;.'  .   4��. '', ,'      ..,.'.'...' .., a ���'������THO.S.'',T.iMcVITTD3 ..'.','  ,"��� v;:,".;.:,'/ .^iiNOTlCE.'-" ,-;  ''i.Tako notice that't ihtoad; to apply t'o,i  the Board of"itJicense Conniiissioners'  i'or'C'ranbrook District at the next're��'-i  nlar hieetinjr pii'December 1.5th.!. for .'a  renewal of the License;,for ihe, Windsor  Hotel at Fort Steele.''."...'.- * '���:���' '  'Diited.: tills -lotlv' day" of November,  15)6-4-.- ' ,;<: ,,.:,...''��� i''.":'. ii; ������ '.,;..: .:i.v .'������'  ...'4T!U...,,'-.   ::: i. : : Ht Si M'ATHFtt'       '  :i'.-v NOTICE.  ..Take notice that Ii intend to apply,-to  the i-Board of-i Dice lice :.Coni,missioners  for, Criuibrqpk District itt.their next  ree'iilar meetinji' on tJeceniber loth, for  a transfer .from mysel f to -Nits Han.son  iof the licence for the .Imperial Hotel,  FortSteele.'-r.: ',,' - ,,���'; ������' ''', ' c- :  .; ..Da.teil lliis 2nd day of Noveniber. A.  D.li,l!itl:l.o'"''"0.,;       ' ':'.''��� .-" -   -v. ,...:  :..'.-i('i   ,: '"'.':.?       :.l-|,:,KK,liV|.;jll;A'N'.'   "'.':  ',������:���'���'..  ' NOTICE.' ;,.���' .  'I'itkc notice tlinI. I inteti'l. 16,apply lor Lite  Oliiel' (���()iiitnissi..iiicr ol' Nnttds anil Works for n  iwenty-oiie yearliiiilier lease on tile fn'llMWinB  ileserilieil liitnls ill N'oi'Lli lOnst Koolcniiy: ���'  Coiiiniencinir ntii post plitntcu on Ihe bank of  ihe. ICo.neniiy Ifivet'and on llto Western lioun.l-  ar.v of l.til t'.IlS aliOttl lltrce itiiles Not-ill or .the  Smith limit of said Lol.said poinl hciiiK tlie  :.\'(iil.liea-,t corner ol'.l-ot 4riOH. Ilieiice norlli, K'.n  eliiiins. west, forty chains, north eighty ehniiis  we.sL eiylity (.'IniiiiK. norlli one hint.Ircil and  sixly eliains. west eighty ehaitis. north eighty  cliains, west'eitrlny elinins, norlli eighty chiiins  H'csl eighty chains, nnflh eighty ehaitis west  eis;lity chains, norlli eighty chains, west eighty  ciiains. norlli eighty chains, west ei|.'hly chains  aioi'fli eiKhl.ycliaiiis, west eighty, chitins, north  eighty chnitis. west, (d^hly chains, norlli eighty  chains, west ei^iny chains, norlli cinltty chains  west three litinilrcd and twenty chains, i.lienc.c  .���ioiitlipiie'hiindr'.'tl iiini sixty chains, ensl, eij.'lii.y  chains, south eitfhty'chiiins, cast civilly eliiiins.  south eighty ithnins, castcitrhly chains, sotilh  eighty chains, cmsi, eighty cliains. soiiih eighty  chains, east, eighty chains, s.'iilh eighty chains,  east eighty chains, sotilh eighty chains, east  cinltty cliains. smiLh eighty chains, east, eighty  cliains. smith eighty eliiiins. ens'! eieltty chains,  south eighty chains, east eighty chains, suiilh  eighty chains, ensl ei.ghly chains, south eiglily  chains. i"i si; eighty chains, sou I h.'.'igltjy chains,  thence cast two hundred chains to place of beginning. ' ''"''���,'  Daled Scpleiilher :Mih. I'.illl.  i::    ' .'OKoii'i; k < 't'lnoiv I ai.ir  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  mm  f##^#  Headciixa.i^tf5rs  for   Mining  and   Commercial Meii  #  ���  ���.:���'    "���''���-       .���;.,.'.:������ ;.'..:���..'���..    ..��.',''.,    '������;,"     .     ���    ���     ��� :..;,,. ...  7. ..,    .'���.:.������      : ���'��.. i      '     '   '  "��.,-- -'it.  ^rge.i;;i|Sam^  ^liplMim^  "^���'",.-  .The Largest -��� i  Miner al Areas,  '.and-thei--.IWIbsi.l:;i;-  ,Extenssiyer":;i';;;;  Goal Fields on tile  American Continent  are Situated in     ;  South East Kootenay  Agriculture  Grazing and the  Lumber Industry  are Prominent  Features of the  District.  The proposed Crdw's Nest ancl; Golden Railway will pass  through Fort Steele and Tap the Greatest Mineral Belt of the  District./   '"  Glioiee Business and Residence lots for Sale  Apply to  \J 9  Townsite OfS.ce. M.1.E  PROSPECTOR,   FORT STFF/LE, Ti/C..    DECEMBER .10,   I'.mji  ���km nzzw  ^^f.:>.-y*:'~#J^ li-cZ^Z^.'- *>'i  ^y</:'/:��'^. *:*,-^>->.^  '-..'..- '''.." f      .'.���������.���'���',     ���   '.       :' pi.'  ��� -..-'������.'��� -'  _ ''.-:,.,        ��� ' ������'. .._.''     ;    ,Cli& .���"���" .'���.....������������.���'. "        .'..,. ���;'.',���'JS?  -'' .'���:  11v <"  :i;'."^'  '���  '"'A  .,f.-'^i;  i'    /'  "I   '    :ai.  '��.  vIl'V,  ha CO. :a': oj-eui -r'ariclji of:;t\lte-'ki':. '('���(������.  priQes- NiainrUIiJTeaxp :t/oik^  '    y..y ������/;���'//;' ;  ii    ��� t '//  The'���'��� '^shi'a11esi;:"M ail;;^_0r'de'r --~vyJ1l.;;;:'/;J;'--:.',r- ���'-";���  ;       receive our prompt attention. ,  /   ^Nothing' will Znake , aintore appropriate i-enVem/  brance than a    vv/, . ' ///'-.. ���,/������������?���'���-. ���;���'     ���'.''! ', '  Z  /��� :': ���  'i     .   Souver>jri"3poon' ; of :y ",',., "���'.',., i-.���;,  /���'":.,',.iD'���iV?,;/por^t: Steele;,. \o*;-:-~\ ";,' z    .-:������.'  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"   ' ' ~"  5 Rocky Mountain Chapter s-ii  .%;.:---'::.   :'���.,  '.'' . ���"���"���;-������: 'c..3;  ..[��;..���.  '    ;-:NO., 125,   U.:.A.. i\!.'t. ,.       .,Z;  �����' '''-.'���:'  '���' '        ,...���: S;,  ^     ���:,...     ii,OKT.,STi5i.:r.K'. r��. c."'        -   >.  ���%'���"'��� ���'"������'  ������/ ��� ''������'.. ',i.;   '-:'.���.��� i ",'-';'-'' '-- ���'':'^:-' S-  5 .-.'������ 'Rcf/ilar inoot,iiiy'H':--:'2iiiii Ti'ics- . ;;  5   dtiy   in   eacli'  jiiontli    at ,oig'lii   ��:-  ���''3''"o'cloo.k.'   ';'i'^' !   "''"''���'.  "V-  % ",";C". " ���.'..,..:.���:. .S:  S .     Spjournino'' (,.!oni|)ani(.)nrf    ai;e;   3;  -�����; 'ooriiiially invited.''     ,, '        ;y , ' ;   J;  i>.ii,;C,-. ;"i: y'l. iEdkardsy vA*. .' Hivde  Bakei^/J'V'/T. '>Laidln\v''iiVndi'V/  Laid 1 a\v ��� oI:./','Gfanbi-ook; : Avere  i-eirisiei'ediai'iitl'ie'Inlperial   /ion-  ��� day/:���.*//���" /���//'��������� ���?..������'.���',��� .'���'���': ;-'.,    ",,-  ���. H;E;i Richa.rclsoin \vas"ii]y,froin;  BiiU'.'; i-iv.ei; :Mphday.y,y 'Be- fey,  thrned' latfii' iiii the day 'with a'  loiid ' ofv supplies;,' lot' the'' Bull,  rivcr'plaieeiycainp.:-.���''  '.:,   '.,,';.  ,y y  yC:leary vOc 'Doyle vliave taken  the contraci, for/nttiug.-saw logs  i'or 'the ,.Cl'qw"s , N.est , TinnTber,  Gpnipaiuy at Wardner.v and have  a crew (of HO hi en'at work on tfte  east si.de of,;.ihe   Ivpotenayi Hv,er  ���rVns riisr;pi./Sc.''ibo.iy(;cvS.;|��ear ��heep cyeek.:  '-fyptpftffipfltttlilltflttUllUIMHtHliltllllllPs  ...,.,  ���  .  ...   ���"���"-      .'.,"-'.'.>.��� ..|.:��y-............ '  Professional.  HARVEY. &  McCARTER-  BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS  ', -('yPvAXRUO^K.      -;    B.c:   i  V-Dr/;A��- T, Watt, :.soii/of ,Dr;  Hugliv Wat/of .'thTSV'plaee. was  visiting his father Saturdaiy and  Sunday last'.' hawing'come in^crii  his wiiy back xrom.the. St.:lliouis  exhibition. Di/AVatt0 .Tr.:i:��� holds'  the very -responsible position, of  chief quarantuie, oliicer ,a  W'i 11 iain '" Headi hoai:..Yiict,oriii;' B.  0. '  Ilewas also,1,ln; iirst  Se'cro,-  r   in   c  onDxco    d r i ��� u'rv'"/the Brovincitii   Hoard'��� qf  .    (j.;W.T. UftKltK, b.U.U. ,      : n,,a),i,.   resigning, tlfa/ ,to/.,ake  Noifiry J'i(bii<: }>f British   r,yi,y,,)!,;,, \\\\*    .pre>.i'n't;   position ; mh* 'the  .,������'-    " , ���" i srj'j-vii'.-i.' of tii''1 Dominion (iovtvrn-  ��� Collect ion   of  account-   ayi.yij.-u, ���(... [/'''IB   : '    :      ��� ��  Auditing  ami   kvcphi'j   of   i ;���:,- .ini.-r'i    .       ;., ' '���������-   '.;.'.  with di^i��atch;   ("oi'i-;-|���.iai,-,,,'''-iiii/-i:-i      . Extraordinary Business.  t..i.   .... '..-���-���   -i V  -.  ������       ' __._ .'.-���������'.'  ��;... \y. v. ('Airrki:..(���/!���: sn-.'.-!.:.. r  C.  H. DUNBAR :,  bar'ristkii. scujcnx')!'.  and  NOTAIiy   IT.'BLK. ���.    ���      "���"������"' '"'  ���"��� iy iy^��"  , WE CAN INTEREST YOU IN  '���v. B' ; '   a'.--'' -'���,":���  [|,pis^:^;  YOUR   V  OUR   ASM  Cranbrbok, B.C.  T.BO'MA S    Me V ITT1 E  '    '       Fort. Steele B.C.  ! . We . Icn'i'i:. thai, i.lie.' Family  I Herald, and Weekly Star ol' Al.on-  !lreai.,i>- \\\\> "S>.'a..s(in, 1 i;is'i 1114 an  j-i 1:1 u'ic;i!S<> i ii'ci'i-asc in, t'ho n'ninlvor  of- iHi'.y snbsci'i.b^!^ oye.i,' all pre-  vioiis yi.-nrs. ''J,;lie jn'i.'iniuiii. p.10-  tiirc. ������"Fho .|>i-.iiii.-irs's 'at; Work;"  I is 'no .donbl-' accountable for'; a  share of. l.li'f, .iuert.'asf. but tin;  iiiiiiicnsi; vaki" ' of ihe ,l''a.rnily  Herald iwdf-iis a.Ggro,a.i fninily  ,\yn',V yeii-r b<  1'OltT   STKKI.K   IlKVia.OI'MKNT S V.M'II A'l'1'. I. I 1  l:w I.<mmIoi:>i:iII Sl.i'i'.'t.. LinnI..it. I'lnriiiiii'i.   ���  N. A.  WALLINGER,  aiK.l  l.arm pap"r  coining   niore   generally. ������ K-iiown'  and is adding'l biiiisa.niK ' of   new  r'.'.aders.   ; i.'i 111 u: 111 v .'        We'   notion  .1 he  I 'iilil isliers are .ca lline   on a 11  j.old sub.~e ri i iei':-  In renew   t',ai'licr  i'l.lll.-    Si'.'ISOli Al o ' lie. ] i 'I hem  i hi |   in  ; t he  I 'h,ri-,l III.IS   I'll -,ll.       Tile  i|i.i| hi r  [���"OUT STiiKLK. j cl;t 11 "h ���- fail I o ! e ,n | if .1 lie ('a mid ia 11  ..".���' ' I I'vltlie when tlie l-'aifVil V    llerahl  1'OST.OPF/CK liOX ���. .i   V|th    >1;(.h    .,     |li||l(;|roln;.    ,,;,., ���,.,.  J. G.'ClJi\lMIN(iS..-  CIVIL   KNCINEER.  Provincial    Land -Surveyor  r t he saliie.an.tiiiiil .  can l.e 'iiao ea  M cell a it i -' -.   I ;i.t nli'i'S   -^piit t illicit ;  'I'.. ll,  FORT   STKBBF  c  ii; ami ',,!:, Ii 'ii., ,-i;i." il.li't i''iii,,\';  <ii; nit'l :���;-; '.ti.iie.. i-'i ini. iiiui run li  Tin-    Miisti-r   Mn-iiii in',.- s'    T'nr S'��;i p  All.iTt, Tuilt-L So:i|, (.:., . .Mfe  W'K liavo jiist  i.-ocoivcd  theclai'Li'o^t.'  (���(inriiii'iiiuont of Olii'istina.s   li'oiKils  'CV't'i' hi-one'bl inlo il-i.i* (lislricl. anil   \fD -  'can suit flic inor.f fastidious.    Oiir linos  /ire complete and is wiilionl,  doubt   the  most select ill .Soilllleasl   lyooivnav.   "'..  ,\\reliavq everything in fhii way of ':' ,: ���'���������''���,'    /  Dolls,-'Hooks, Toys, Leather Goods,  Dressing Gases, 'Pictures and Toilet  Article's.   .  'Everything that yon or l be clii'klron niay >yanl.  When in Town Call in and Sn'e. Us.  O. iis. .JfcCiil'XJL}  oL  GU.,''  ....',-    The Druggists.  ^  vCRANBROOK,   B.C.  ' ^ :V^^'Vr:%- V:: V- %?'^^^:-:^-^5l'^sr:"<^''  '.^/������;':':������',/: /'.^^ly'SH  '.'.'".   .'.'���'. ��� .'       ..&.'������ ���," '.'.��� ������* .--' -, v,'1'-;:' '.:',"��� ������ ���     .. ���,'��� -, "���"'  .'���,.:.���'...    , ���������. .'���'.."..",,. - ', ��;B^��-;ss;-^������^*��->s����iK    ������';��� ..f,:': ���:'������. ":.���v.    :,;::,:  -,:,;.:'',Capitaf-'-j:,;0().by)OO/:siia  $T.;0() :EaciiV;i^V: ;.:   /;-������ ;: V.V^'-;';V"':������ :} .���''-" '���''���'' /Vz  '.' (i'oiisliaictioii .u'ork   is i iH'.mnv ciipid ly c^irriod   oh  inii'tlioroilu'li atnlsii Ii-  ���  stanlial uiainici' aiul u'Iilmi t:oiiiii]ot,;ialVii..: proinist/V, lit   be   tlie   nioslV ,u|i  to  date,   ii  power ])i'oducei' in Canada. , rl'u'o miles of Biill'l tivei'tainlie   tlraiiKSd   by,  theiioc  il.imio .and   a,   Subsidiary', Company,, lias, boon .formed to oporai.e tliis ,p,ii,rf of tlie   ���  \vork and ir, is estimated thai siil'lieieiit. yellow .metal' will .be procured   from .tlie     ,  dry   bed   of   tlie   ri voi'"   t<> mo.ro than, pay for the cost of" the I 'ower I 'lain,, twice;  cvyri  .''';  , ���    v,-1-'.''/     ''     ', '    ,,.; '    .''���'��� ���..'.0  ''��� ,.';��� ������'   .-'y.",.1..  ��� 'I'hert..   is  also formed a Subsidia.ry.'l'owhsite (Company to look after llnur  iiifer.t'sis in this.('iiiin'tii'tiiin anil (inai'itiiuiil, (tfiiic niiiiin^' and oflier r(;soiirces in   :  itsiniiiit^liafe proximity considerable activity is aulici|ia fed in this Dtiparfineiil.   ��  Wiflv Facdi, Share ofySfock jiurciiased in tlie  Bull . /  "Bivin-  Falls  Power and   Light-Company is <-'ivoii as it   ��� ���  bonus:���  One share in the Mining Dept. and  One share in the Townsite Dept.  ������" :    .Buy:, now as flic |i)"rice will undoubtedly advance as tlie worl  of   ���  construction nears completion. ...���..'"  T  Ger.er�� ? 'iMleiroHa��-��'t. AND  i.L^iciwoi' Dealer.  IT ��� Fort  I'fS.'iar."-'.'!  ea  T. ROBERTS.  Proprietor.  Fresh and SaltZYIeats Always On .Hand.  iVbi.nnl'acfi.irer of till Finds ol: Lumber.        A la.rge a.ssort-  . 'inenti of sea,soiied Lumber a,iul Sliiugles always  on hand  K       A.     .SI'FCIALTY  i)im.i<;nsi'(>n    ll'M!  ^  B G.  ���  iuauiuuiaiiaiauiiiiiaiiiiasuuiUiiUiiiiiiuuiiiiiiiiiiiiUiis:

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