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 -/ ' s~  /V       f-l  (' X  .A  ���1* S ..  *THE PR03PSCT0L' li.'.s ni-:*;-*.?  % '���>     I  -*���    APPOINT!':!) TH!>  OI'MCIAL   �������� ��(  * ��  it-     GOVERNMENT   GAZETTE     -5-  ���!ft  Jfc I-Yn-Soulli K.i-t Kooloniiv. -X-  -,-    THE   PROSPECTOR   CON-    *  *'-    TAINS ALL  PUBLIC N'O-       *  si  TICES AMD' GIVES .THE  LATEST TELEGRAPHiO  J4   AND LOCAL NEWS.       " *  Vol. 5.  PORT  STBBLB,  IB. C. SATURDAY. AUGUST 12, 1899.  No 32.  New Advertisements To-aay.  ft  jToiiee -.1. A. Hiirvuy I'.i����  NnlH-i-s   Clcnii'iil llnn����i'lonil'iillrii     "  Jlich Strike Reported on   the  Ram's  Horn, a Promising: Property  on Tracy Creek.  That the country about Lewis  snid Tracy-creeks  is  lo  assume  considerable  importance' ,iu   the  juear future i.s attested by the ore  ���bodies which are being uncovered,   and    the    persistent' work  -which is being done on  the  various"  claims. The    ore    for  ���  ,ther    most    part    runs    exeep-  !   fcionally   high   in   copper,   with  .-some silver and gold;  galena  is  iil.sq 1'ound in this belt.  |       W. M. Spraguc,came down on  j  'Wednesday and   reports  a   rich  ;' strike of high grade copper  ore  | ,o|i the Riiin's Horn, a claim own-  ' od by hi in   and   Mr.   G. ,Aaku's.  , Mr. Sprague says they discover-  I; od the float three years  ago  but  did not succeed   at  the  time  in  ', li riding the lead, and it' was  only  \ a few days ago it was  accidentally uncovered.,   So far as  the'  i examination has gonerthe  ledge  is about'six feet wide and carries  <ire similar in "character' to< that  W-Ihe Estella.   *The  new   lead  f. has been traced'into the .Viking  li claim   below   tho  Rani's   Horn:  were such a variety of ways of  spelling thc word that, the uninitiated were entirely at sea, Chick-  mun. Chickamun. Chicamun,  and Chickamon. The latter, it is  decided is correct. It was determined to ascertain how to  spell it, and John H. Fink sent to  Spokane and the word was found  in a Chinook dictionary. Chickamon has been adopted by the  mining company using that  name.   ��  EMERALD GROTJP BONDED.  E.  JjThc Viking,is owned by Messrs..  i VunArsdalen. Amine and Grundy  l/Aakus. i   '  .There-are other, leads on the  ([���Ram's Horn which, until the- re-  lcenl   discovery,   have 'been  oo-  Lcui/ving the attention of. the own-  I I   i/ c       , ^ i W  li      ,  Lors-v    !   ��       ��� '.  Mr. Spraguc says,the,Tracy  pand Lewis, creek's country 'is,  ''coming to-the'front, and'that the  ['-next three' months" will 'witness  ..great changes iii that'soction.  Rich Strike on the Defender.  A strike of rich ore on the Defender group of mines is reported thjis week.     The group 'consisting of the Defender', and Tip  Top on Wasa, crook were recently located by E. Ford., Mr. Ford  says   the   discovery  was   made  while running an open  cut,   the  vein' being about four feet" wide  with a  pay  chute   two  feet   in  width.   -Thcore is  galena,   and  carries-high values.  Galena has been found everywhere in that vicinity, but in  most instances' it has been associated with copper and as "development progressed the galena  practically disappears. Iiv this  instance the ore is solid and  gives every appearance of being  permanent. - .       ,  Chickamon Stone.  The work on the Chickamon  Stone is going right ahead. The  rlevelopment is showing up larg-  ���r bodies of ore. Tlie ore so far  \niued 'for shipment has been  taken out entirely in the course  of development.' The force is  being increased'as fast as possible. 'The road is now nearly  iompleled to the mine when  (.���hip'menis will commence.  On the Brittle Silver. ,  The owner's of'the Brittle Silver, 'group have commenced work  in earnest. . "While the property  was but recently located, the  owncrs'are so well pleased with  its; appearance that t-hey will go'  on with development to ascertain  its Value. A number of men are  now employed in*building a trail  over the divide  and' doing pre-  tho owners that iii a sliort  li miliary work. ^ Don  McKay   is".it  will  develop .into   a'  superintending the work.f    '  C. Egan Bonds the Half Interest  of R.  Rogers for $10,000.  ,  E. C. Egan of, Winnipeg'is becoming largely interested in the  mining   development    of    East  Kootenay, he has secured sever-,  al valuable claims and is engag-,  ed in developing them'. Mr. Egiui  has great faith ' in   the  mineral  resources of the district.    l_t was  he   who' first  brought   tlje   P.ig  Chief  prominently    before    the  public, and  his   recent, bonding  of the Golden Fleece and  Stanley in the, Tracy  creek  district  has emphasized still further  his  belief in East  Kootenay 'mines.  His  latest  acquisition,   or   at  least    the    most ' recent    made  known, i.s the bonding for ��10.-  000, of the one-half interest owned by R. Rogers in three claims  known as the Emeral'd group,'on  the north fork of Boulder creek,  adjoining the Big  Chief group.  The ore is  similar  in  all  respects to that found on  the/ surface of the Big Chief;' it carries  free gold which i.s discernable in  the rock*.    These claim's are  recent locations, 'having been' recorded in May last.     The  other  half interest  is  owned  by   Mr.  Egan and William Carlin.  ander of Kaslo, and hi.v associates. A tunnel has been driven in the mountain for a distance  of 400'feet. The ledge i.s 2i feet  wide.    The ore i.s silver-lead and  IT WAS LOADED.  Pete   Henrietta   and   Pat   Redmond  E>      Severely   Injured   In  the  Gem Mine.  upon what will be doire on the  SOthj It is thought that a good  programme will be arranged and  make ,a still further inducement  A serious accident occurred at for the out of town livers to visit  gives an average value of ��-10, to lhe Gem mine on Sullivan Hill this section, as both'race meets  1 u     n' 'Wednesday  afternoon   whereby  will occur withiu a few  days  of  Tt is reported   that  some  tine Pete-Henrietta had  his  leg  and  ore has been uncovered on tlie  Golden Fleece-claim on the divide between Tracy and'' Lewis  creelcs. It was found in the tunnel now being, driven.  GOOD IF TRUE.  A Big- Body of Copper Ore Reported  ->   To Have Been Uncovered.  It is reported that a  company  working  a  group  of claims on  the west fork of the. St.   Mary's  river- are engaged in working a  monster lead said to be fifty feet  wide Carrying  ten  feet of solid  cop]>er   ore   with    considerable  galena shot through' the balance  of the lead.    This lead  and ore  body has been traced foi', a  distance of ll'OO feet.     No  further  particulars regarding" lh is strike  icould be obtained.   *  Taken  {Shipping    Ore    Now    Being  From the Estella.  Word has been received from  [Tracy creek that the Estella  company at a depth of about !)0  I eel-ran a cross-cut and ascertained tho lead was fourteen feet  [.vide, all solid ore. The work of  [linking 1he shaft will now be  j:ontinned, which will lapHho-lOO  [iiot tunnel now being driven,  [rint ore which is being, taken  I'mm the working is an excellent  ���shipping product.  SILVER THREAD GROUP.  A   Wall   Street   Syndicate   Takes   a  Bond on the Property.   > '  , Tlie Golden Era says: "Mr.  Mulford of Windermere has  bought the- Silver Thread property! on Horse Thief creek.', outright, paying therefor ��r>0,000  cash.  This is an error: the property  was originally bonded to Collett.  _Starbird and Roberson for ��40,-  000, of which ��r>,000 has been  paid, aiid by them rebonded., to  Mr. Mulford on behalf of a Wall  street syndicate for an amount  which was not made known.  Developing the Daisy. '  ������ Adjoining the Chickamon  Stone group on the' west", is the  Daisy, owned by J.. H. Fink, W.  E. Johnson andjA. W. Bleasdell.  The owners have com mencedthe  development of tlie claim .and'  wiU'continue it to deternrne-its  value. There, is a tins .showing  of galena but it' is believed by"  tho owners that in a sliort .time  copper  property., -   '   " ",  SIXTY,THOUSAND' DOLLARS.  On Alki Creole'  Robert Devvar came down from  |Mki creek on Tuesday  bringing  [villi  him   some  splendid  spuci-  jiieus of ore   from   the  Mystery  Nanus owned by him.     He says  here .is one tunnel   twenty   feet  n length on the  claim,   besides  [everal open cuts on other-   leads  fvliich traverse the property, one  If which is.ten i'ect wide, on   the  lurface.     In  the tunnel there is  lightcen inches of ore which will  ssay ^0 per cent copper.  Adjoining .the Mystery au-e the  Llice, Thistle and Celtic claims.  |) all of which Mr. Dewar i.s  invested.     But little aside from  lirface work has been done, but  i'C, showing .is an excellent one.  Mr. Dewar regards the district  iiglily,.1 and   believes that   with  iirther  development  some  fine  Srdies of ore, will be  uncovered.  Eastern Capital For B.  C.'  M.    Guggenheim ' Sons,     tho  smelter' people, have just incorporated in New York' the   Guggenheim   Exploration  Company  for the purpose of mining in the  Northwest and British Columbia.  The capital  of  this  corporation  i.s s?(Ul00.O(Ki divided' into  00,000  shares of ��100 each. "The stock-'  it i.s said has already .boon  subscribed by New York capita lists!  ,   The Guggenheim* acquired   a  number of interests iu the Boundary creek country several years  ago,   through   their  agent   Col.  John Weir.     Considerable work-  was done on the properties, and  Weir   was   called   away.      Col.  Weir- said three  years ago  that  British Columbia had the brightest future before if of  any  mining section in America.  Chickamun or Chickamon. '���  The question as to how .to  |>eJl Chickamon it seems has  Leu .definitely settled.     There  A General Race Meet.  There is  a  general   belief  in  town that there  will   be   racing  events other than  that between  Easter-Lily and  Homely  Hank  at Cranbrook'on the 30th.      tt is  said that owners of other horses'  are desirous of again   trying  issue   with "the   racers   of    Fort)  Steele and Cranbrook-.  ', It is certain! that there will  be  a good meet at   Fort  Steele  on  September 4, considerable money  having  already been subscribed  for. that .purpose.',''  , Mining- Notes.  R. O. Jennings is "stirring  up  the mining fraternity son 'lhe  necessity^ getting ores   together  for tho Paris  and   Spokane  Expositions,     lie ns   not   content  with sending them   word  but is  making a personal canvas.   Avith  the result, that he  is  getting  in  spmo'fiue specimens.    He was at  Tracy creek last' week',   and  up'  Wild  Horse  and   Perry   creek's  this   week.     Fort   Steele   will  make a creditable exhibit.' '  Reports from the different  mining sections are to the effect  thatlhero is an unusual'amount  of development work being done.  En fact, never in tho history of  the district has there been such  activity.    ,  Messrs. Violet, 'Reynolds and  Greeley went up to the Bill Nye  claim on one of the branches of  Wild Horse, taking a pack nouttit  with'fhem. They will build a  cabin and make preparations to  develop the properly thoroughly  during the coming winter. The  Bill Nye is a claim well spoken  of.  Collett it Starbird who have  a bond on the Silver Thread  group of mines near Windermere  will commence at once the development of the property.  Since January 1st there has  been 117!) now mineral locations  recorded, and 400 records of assessment in lhe office of the gold  commissioner. This is a pretty-  good showing for a district which  thc Winnipeg Free Press said  was not half prospected.  Hon. George E. Foster is expected, here before long when it  will be determined whether or  not work will beresumed on the  Dibble group this f,alI.  Stolen'From Molsons  Bank, Winnipeg,   Last 'Fall Recovered.���Kan  "'   Named Anderson -Under Arrest.'  (Sptt-iul tri Tin: I'liosi'Lirroii.;  The ��01'.000 stolen from the  Molson's, Bank, Winnipeg, ' between the SHlli of September and  the 4th of October, last year,  have been recovered, and ' John  W._Anderson, who was employed as junior clerk in'the bank af  the time, is lying in the provincial jail charged with having  committed the robbery.  Anderson -was -caught   by   a  man .named Davis, a young Canadian private detective. He came  to Winnipeg in March . last, and  secured employment as clerk'  in  Jerry  Robinsons. & .Co.'s- dry  goods store.    lie located Anderson's lodgings and secured lodgings in the same  place and 'became friendly with, Anderson, in  whom his suspicions had in some  way become  centered.     Anderson was working  with   the  Mc-  Cleary Manufacturing company.  Anderson went on Sunday evening to tho -place  where he  had  arm each broken in two places  and Pat Redmond was badly cut  up. It seems that before going  to dinner several shots were  fired in the bottom of the shaft,  the report from which was distinctly ' heard." ''After dinner  Henrietta < and Redmond went  down the shaft to resume work  noticing one hole which >had apparently shot without breaking  rock they concluded to drill it  deeper when an explosion look  place, with,the result mentioned.  The full extent of "Henrietta's injuries-were-not ascertained, as it  is possible��lie may be injured internally. He was taken to Kimberley a distance of 24- miles on  a stretcher and Dr. King of  Cranbrook was called. Redmond  was not badly hurt. Superintendent Houghton did everything in his power for the sufferers.', Both men were old miner's  but supposing the hole had shot  did not test it as is'customary.  One theory advanced by an old  minor is that one of tho shots  blow the collar and primer from  Lhe other and the report was the  same as,though the shot had  gone off although under such  circumstances , the report, is  sharper than ordinary.  each other.  TELEGRAPH BRIEFLETS.  Ville Marie Bank Goes Into' Liquidation.���War 'in the Transvaal-  Imminent'.���Major    Girouard,   tho  ,     Egyptian Hero, 'Dined.  Slll'1'l.ll toTlIK  l'KiiSI'UlToK.  Winnipeg, Aug. Ll.���Eugene  Debs will visit Winnipeg'on October 1st.  The Windermere'Sports."  Fort Steele people who went  to Windermere ' to "attend the  sports which took place last  Saturday,report having had a  most excellent time - The races  Were good but tlie horses from  this section seemed to be the  prime favorites. ������ There was a  big crowd and everyone enjoyed  themselves to the utmost.  Building Notes.  The Galbraith-Elton  block  is  fast    approaching     completion,  und will be ready for occupancy  in a few days.  The  cellar   for  the   Kershaw  cached the money. Davis watch-  building   on   Riverside   avenue  ing his movoments.   ;On Monday  has been dug.     The contractor's  ��� There are several mines in the  vicinity of Creston upon which  considerable work has been done.  The one showing the greatest  amount of development is the  Alice, owned  by  George Alex:  after-noon iu  company  with   his  lawyer. Harry Whyila, and half  dozen Doukhobor laborers,   who  could not speak a word  of  English and who did not know what  they were  employed  for.    .Mr.  Davis went to  the place where  ho had seen Anderson, and after  some little search the cache was  discovered and after a few moments digging  the  stolen  money  was in possession of  the. detective and his lawyer.   ' The place  where the money  hud  been   hid  was in the scrub on the east side  of tho Rod river a short distance  beyond Louise bridge it was in a  valise  and  carefully  planted  a  couple of feel below the surface,  the  money   was    soaked    with  water and somewhat mouldy but  appeared to be  intact  and   it  is  understood     that     the     entire  amount stolen has been recovered.    Davis will claim fhe ��10.000  reward.  Anderson is L\'i years of age  and came to Winnipeg last October from his home in Hastings.  Out., fotakea junior clerkship  in the bank. He was well and  favorably known,'was not known  to have any bad habits.  have the timber's framed and. the  building will be pushed to completion. , 0  Dr. Douglas Corsan has purchased from N. Bauson the lot  adjoining the ' residence of Dr.  Brodie, and will build a residence  thereon soon as the lumber can  be obtained.    '  Four rafts of lumber came  down the river early in the week  from the Wasa mills.  ' During July  4(il(>' immigrants  xrrived in WinniiKiff.  Tidings   from , the  Transvaal  are decidedly warlike  "The Ville Marie bank: in Mon-  treal has gone  into'  liquidation.  Twenty-five   'buildings     were  destroyed-  by   tire   at   In wood.  Out.   ' ' '���     ���  J. H. Todd a prominent merchant of Victoria. B. C. is dead.  Trouble is brewing in the boot  and shoe trade in Toronto. '  General Otis.has closed all the  insurgent ports lo freight traffic.  Wagers are being inade in-New  York on lhe coming intei-nation-  il yacht race.  The 'Beaver''yacht has been  chosen to represent- Canada  against the Genesse of Rochester. o_,  Major Girouard, the Egyptian ���  campaigner,   was  dined by   his5  fellow compatriots' at   Ayhner,   '���  Que.- ���" ,    ,  * The'   Canada    Atlantic    train  wreck   fatalities    now    number  eight, two'other passongcrs.inay"  not recover.  Rev.   Dr.   Hamil, "the  distinguished I'risli Presbyterian minister, has  reached  Montreal   en,  route to Winnipeg.   .  ,   W. AV.    Ogilvie *of.' Montreal  predicts a large yield, exceeding '  forty million bushels of wheat in  Manitoba and the Terrilorhis.  Counsel for Drevfus are well  satisfied, with the manner iu  which the case is being conducted, the strain however is telling on the prisoner.  Vancouver.   August   I I���The  New  Westminister:   B.   C.  writ  has been issued returnable Aug- ���  ust Mist.  St. John's Church of England.  Divine service will be held in  St. John's church at 7.30.  Strangers welcome.  Sunday school at 2:'.lt) p. m.  All the children invited.  There will be preaching every  Sunday at the Presbyterian  church al 11 a. m. Sunday school  at 2 p. m.  The Chicago festival committee'at a meeting decided to invite premier Sir Wil[rid Laurier  to the event.  ^ The Episcopalian Provincial  Synod at its meeting in Winnipeg decided to complete the endowment of the Calgary diocese,  and discussed. a change in the  method, of electing bishop's^:    '  The September Races.  The   races  on   September -Jtli  promise   to  be  a grand success,  the  programme   has   been   partially   arranged, this   much    has  -been definitely decided upon.  heats. Second/event, one fourth  mile in heats. Thii'd event, ' 000  yards in heats. ' The purses in  each race'will be ��100 to tlie  first'and ��;'>() to the second. It is  thought that these liberal purses  will draw,tlie racers from many  of the outlying, towns, and from  Macleod and Calgarv.  Big  Strike ' on   Horse   Thief  Creek.  , Sieve  Young  who  just came  down   from    Windermere    says  that on a group  of four  claims  claims on   the   divide   between  Macdonald and tho south fork- of  Horse Thief creek-,   owned   by-  Messrs. Scott. VanGortlandt and  West.' a lead has been struck re:  cently which is  from   mi   io  HiO  feet wide, and that the ore is  of  the same  character, as   that on  thc Red Line.    It' is  .��,aid   to   be  the biggi-hi thing yet uncovered  in that section.  Prospectors are rushing into  that  country from   all   part.-..  A large number of men are at  work developing the c various  proper!ie* in the vicinity of Windermere.  Carloads of Oie Specimens.  The    lir.st     carload   , of     ore  samples for the Paris K.vhibition  will be .shipped from   Nelson   on  the 20th  in.sl.   says   lhe   Nelson  Tribune     W.  I.). Scott, who has  sp.eiif the last few days   in   Nelson, says that two carloads   will   ,  be shipped, from the Nelson and  the Slociiu districts, and one carload    from    the    Ros.sla.nd    and.  Boundary    disti'jicts.      Tlie   ore  will be'shipped.to Ottawa, where,  it,will be sorted by  Dr.  Dawson.  The  samples   selected   will   be     '  labelled with   tiie  name, .of1'llie  The.committee  at   Cranbrook I mini;, assay  value,   etc..   before  met Thursday ijVeii'ing to decide | being shipped to Paris PTIE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. C, AUGUST 12, 189fl.  IT    PAYS    TO    TRADE   AX  -rjr-rir  ,.���.'.  -�����  '��>  -i  ^:.  GILPIN'  Prices thc Same at  Either  Place  brook  MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN WIST KOOTENflY EMBRACING FUEL LINES OF  Slielf and Heavy Hardware   ���  . Machinery, Mill Supplies  ,        / Paints,  Wallpaper, Glass  s and Eurniture  mm  Groceries^ Glotliing  .Dry Goods, Hats  Footwear, Ladies  a nit  G-^iitfe Eur^ishings  liiniifei iMiioniiiepiilM  MM  vVa'fej^l'fe  :,': .<3i(t.e'-l ���liiumd to-si.pply to tlio Chief Coiniiiissionr  ^i:y;raissioii,).o.pui*li^  ^'yivofcy-iiplVci and uiii-usOrviiO 'f^rqjymlunds sitimuioy  ^���rfl^V.W.IKI^np'^^  ?-V\i.w:;?:Biocb;^  .:'niK^i��i-l^'vid'5e^!'','ln^i ^.tllti^ispiUli'u-tst^ooi-nqi-^1  V-'-'!'thoiice 8t roll ill 11 k ^ii st,i: Uieiftie- ^OivcliiiTiis'.' iiortlu  A^AtlVericV KOcliiitiis'-wtVJWUit'iiuv.,,S(Ucli:iinScS.ouili,;  :< ^ihcnirirfpilo^n^biinl!.of Willi, Ho'i'sexTt-oW- for.  �� ri'viheuT.su'liiicio'ooiiit of itoi/iiiiun<-ein;>iiL;- Coiir  �����; ��� v 'tii'.t'iii'iil!���iii.'ii'l'l.-niw.iiin-esnioroot-;l6ss;S.A A-A ���,,:.������  #.>' AyAyyyAA\':A..Ly:A''"V' '^lllf.Vi/'AMAI.B-/.1''.-^'.  :':y:Bv'ylWiicil iitFin-t Stco^  :-.-.'.;,sr:iy,''is��t;;;,.;'' '4:y y\: '^:%:,-AA, ������:' r''^^;  :'-//00//'/^'NO"p\CE.. i:.V,",';.;  0/ /./  "re. ', '.'���'Al lun'i-liy liiviyiioilci: Unit ttiirtyAdiiys. from  A tho clii.U! liei-oo'friiitoml to apply  to the.'Cliief  . ' 'Coimiii.ssKiiior ,'of. l.iiiuls��� ah'd��� Worlis; foi- per-''  . ,i'-iiiissloii to iMM-cli;ise 'Uie.'folli'nviiii-' piece of 1111-  o'ecupieil iind .uiVi-escryeir Crown*Jiiiul situiit.e  Ay about, tlii-ee miles iioi-Ui West of kllso.ilescifl'bctl  '������'A its f,ollows:-.Couiiin.-iieiii^ lit the   Initial-Post,  ��� I-Jei'm? -HU) feet westerly from the No. ,'- 'Post" of  "   the ��� Wyiistiiy" mineral  eln'im':'; theuee. noj-tli  ...' .. -1(1 ehaiiis; .'IMiuiiue west '������i.ri'y.liiiiiis:.Uieiicesouth  "   4() t-liaiiiA: i.hein-e east, ..HI cliiiins.t<> the.place of  ''���".. lietiliintiiu.., CojitaiiiinK Hid acres more or less.;  ,,.'''�� '"' .;������".. .',-..''   A' ..' '.*������''"'' cAFi'SMl.TU:".'..���"  -"���.��� '-   Datcii  sit i-'ort Steele the :il'.st:clay of .luly.  '    A:T>^:!t-��H.,iAV;. VA',.'''      "' .���.      ���,::��� '���'. '!.:.M-X>    ''  NOTICE.  ���  A:''���.'���'... Certificate of ImprovemehtsA  l'1l;,:: ;,���..'-.���;.,���,>;��� ���': NOTICE- ''��� _ -..A'AA.'^' >-..'.  '"if.: '.'A   The;' W.v n s.l'ay.'j Mineral .Claim,  situate, in  ; '���'������ the Kort Steele Mi iii rtr.pl vision. of.Kast Ivoot-  ".'   Veriiiy lJistriet.   "*'.;';. '.- yyy ;,  .--">��� ���-'���'-. yyy. yy-  ..;���/ Wli'e.re located:;'1 About three, miles p.liove,  A  th��.'���l)i-l<ii;c on' 1-Uk Kiver.  ',. ���������['.'   ':"���    ",'  i   Take notice that I..Charh-s F..'Smith, iiseiil.  '.^'* Tor .Harold .Wiritel'bottom.Tree Miner's Certiti,-,,  '������' <-:Ue'No.---S3I-I0a"^ insic-iic'J.; sixty days f roiii. tHe  '   date hereof, to 'apply.'. to' the Minim.' ,Recora.?r  : ./The'CopiierTvih^Mitie  'the'Fdi-c S|ee^o JHiiinL: biyisiontof'Eiist; Kobt-  .,ehay.rU'isL'Heii!?fr'';'fi\;,V;.T.;rv-;\^^^^  :,.:'.^'\Vlier'b'locti|t<jg':-;,v.Oii.;'Bull. River, aboitOne-'  ''h:i.if mile ;ib6.vc''''ttfe^  ^jL"'i;heComie��;Queen yUneraU"g!aiin!:^uiit.e  Iritlje.'.Pdrt ,��teele:'a\Ii^  TC'oplemi'y,niStr'lctp:'.'.i;;;:.:/;-;v ���.';:/���/��.'<{.,^: ���. V-Vi^<;'  .'������'������. ..���|\\'h'er(i':locut'fiaV4p.:i'.-Huil;Rirer^j  Tialf.'iiiile'iihore the Pirclciiridi-e i-iiiidI''aft 'Joining  the^Copper KtitS liTiiim-iil eiiiimrL": ;:.Lr:'"Y^:A';'  ������".; '-,'I'ake,notice,, th'iii.'].^'^iicpir-1P.'''.-'F.inky'.Pree  . i\Iiiier,;s Ceuillcate No.' V^JITOO'-Aiiiitnll :^ixty  day.s froVii.tiie date hereof, tbapply.to tlie Mln-  ing Hecoriler for ii Certiflcate ofLlnip'rovemeiits  Tor the'purpose, of oiituiiiint; ii Crown'Gran tiof  ^the,above claims^   'is;,..;:,,; ���.���^V.'."'.'v.'' '  ,.'.'-' And fuj-thei-|iil;e;ii'otice iliiit. iictioii under  .'.sefetioii',3*,' miist b'ecpin'nieneetl before the.issti-',  aiicc of stich Certificate, of Improvements. .' ���';   ;��  ;b���;���������'" '..r-' '.,A'"   ������������''���;-/ '���V-iAqo��;iPAFT.Ni\.';,:  '.'Dated this Tt-lt dity of .l^ily. ISftfli .'.y.1' ;-ir::!n';;  ,-^.-^l--,.._^n---^_Tfe^-���^--.-lL--- ' : .  ���[,:, .    -  NOTICE.;  IX" THECOUN'TY COUKT OP- KOQTENA V  'y/:.';'i5KHptb.EX.'.A'i"FpB^^  ::��s>  MINEKAL.-ACrr.  CK HTI IM < 'AT K OK   1>I 1' K.< > V KM KN.T.*  L^;(No"ri8'bf;l��ifljyy'y;.;;'S?.'; >|S.  [': '*Iri(the"maucr^of ^ohii;i;e.wi^:d<;eeased:.and;  ,'iii.the:iriatiei-;6l'::;;:n'hei6ltleial^'.:-A��(]ihini'slriiio'r!s  .^(a'yi^Diii'ed'Srth'-cla^  ;'i:;:;;.;.Upon,i.reii'rtin^*ipic^  .Crease iindrJiiiries.,R i.s ordered  ���i.haj,���''JiiihesiJCe'rifijsoh'' ArmstioiiK^^bilicial {Administrator for;tiie..C()urity ofLKootenay, shall  bo Administrator of all and singular tlie i,'opcls,  chattels aiid:credits of...Uilih.^OAViSjff'deceased;  arid that this pVdei-.be published iii two consecutive fweekly .issues pfs theL "PrPspi-cior* a  newspaper ���.������..published; at i^drt'.^Steelp^iir'.'the':  Coiinty.of Kootenay.' $*: '*���":''*:���::':'.-������:;. "',);'{���'������ ';..-.  '���'''':y~<?'--!].:yyy:.^  Creditors si'nd; otlier' claimants should Tile  their claims with .l! .R ��.Armstrong. Oltieial  Administratoi-;,Fort Steeleyis..C.-::,i\; ;���.> '���::���': iT,-:.:  ;GEORGE;'GEAiR^  MOYICCltYV EAST; KOOTENAYv B.C.  ���--.���..':,;--��-��� notice.;;;.;.���;. ..,,..-;yy./y-  Big Cliief. Mincrii 1 Claim siwate' in the, 1-,'ort  Steele Mining Divisioii&T East Kootenay.. District. ."���,..'���.'.l-..;A- .'. ' .���'-''yyy.'::'..y.'y-: j,:A''y;  1;-..: Where located:~'On the' ���north side of  Boulder, creek. East Kpotena.\. about two males',  from the mouth. '.     . ���;���.:.';'' ',.'������  "',.','  yOolclen Coin MineralClainl.' situate iu the  Fort Steele Miriing"bivision of East.ICooteiiay  District: 'A 'y . .'���'������' y-;'.;';'.;'; ���������������'���;���������.���'���'������������':"..���  ������.'������������ Whem located': On Boulder" Creek, East  Ivootenay. Hdjoinirig the l.iisr "Chief -Jlineral  Claim.'. ��; ~ !���-������;.-���������.���������; -������-���.....-':/, ... '���?...  ���Ames Mineral Claim, situiite in the Fort  Steele'-Mini'iig Diylslou'of'East Koot<nay., Dis-  'trictj.     "������ _   .-; ..,��� '���.:;..' ���.''��� ���    ��� ... "'���'..     '. .   ...  . WhereTocaied: On Boulder Creek. East  Kootenay.1 adjoining'  the 'Big  Chief  Mineral  claim.;   .  y A; y .' ';'"'.',���.'  .    A A     '; "  ->   Takenotit-e tliiit I. William K. Boss. F. ,M.  UNDERTAKERS y  /S:/0    M EMBALMERS  Presentiiddresk WAGpS & 11UCHES,  Ppposi|,e Bimk of Commerce      -1'  .'.,.���;���   CKAJ>BKppK.;,'LL .:'' ,:;AA:  'I-'elpgraph 6rdei;s promptly attended to  y;The?al')p ve;. Hotel. l^i^ibe^iiiJ^e?  cently.AereQtf?!d5Aailcl" .;h%.tl.y,Ai|.ur--.  lnished;,thvp'ug]'iQij V^/'y I/,AA'.'vyV,'^A,yy  A;; i Cosy and;;Cpijifortabie.'Rpbms* y '  The,A Bdi:;-'supplied' y: with '���; 'ii-h'e'". BKST  :"y:  ybi-arids pfLiqitoi-S ancliCigars.y   A',  HEADQUARTERS-. FOR'MINING .MEN.  *  ;:A;LL';,;Ay/:':p^.T.H.E^  EXCHANGE ^SAPEiDEPOSITCD;1;  o   tor ii.Certiliciue ofTrnpro-.x-meritsyfor the pur-  ���-poseoT obtaiulng a. Crown l.lraiit "of  the : above j,C. Xo. l.ifiT;! A. ageiit for K. .1. Ilighby, I-'. M. C.  ;y    '     ���..,        ���.'���','  ���'���! .'.'.������ '    j No- iil'T^s: Walter,' VanArsdale'nAF., M. ,C; ^o.  claim.  "' And -further, take notice that action, finder )�� WAS and li...,.L. Amine, F:.-M. C. Xo. SSiflSH ,\,  si-ctioii ;ty. lmist l-e commenced ix-foreVtlie issiir | Owners,of the nbore'niineral claims (known as  . anci; of such C'ertilU-uie o'f. Iinprf-vomeatsj. ! the'Big Cliief Clroilp). iiHe,iid 'sixty days from  1    ���    ��� ,        i'. R.smith.  DsiN.rt th]:.-i->'t'n'lay of .Inly. ISM',   y, T-I-:  NOTICE."'    '"  ���.Mu<:lnt'',sli' Mineral Claim.''situate.hi  the .date hereof to apply to the Milling. Kecord-  er for Certilicates of. Improvoineius . for the  purpose, of -obtaining' Crown Grams of the  above claims.   A , ,       '  The ������Macintosh': Mineral Claim, situate.In ! A'1'1 '".her. take1 notice that action under  llu- .For; S't..-ele Mininir"Division of East Koot- j Section .17 must .be commeuce<l jiefore the issu'^  eiriv Disirii t. ,'..".-   .. i ance of--uch (,'eriillcHie of lmiirovi-mems.  '' ' ' Date.ii. this-,'jiul day. iT ihine. ISiiii.     ,���  ��-:�� '       ���'.���.''"      '     -,- w'.'li. UOSS.     i.  . Where located; ~-Al>oiU th re.: ���iniles  above;  ���the H'rliiue on Elk H'lver.'.-        V, .      ' ���    .     ,  ' Take notice that I. i.'ri.arles K. Smith. ag,i-nt j  ���r ���;���: ��� ��� ���-:���7^���  for Charles H. .Macki!ii.';sn..I.'ve...   .Miner's Cer-j,. ���":'������       NOTICE.  tiricau- Xo. --STTnA"' Initiud. sixty days from the ;   ' ,, .,  datehereni. toapplv   to' the  Mining' Recorder : Xouee is hereby given that, application lias  Tor a Certilieate of Improvcimenta. tor the pur- j'"''!'   miul<'  lo  a":  Honorable   the Jlinisi.ei-of  pose of obta inltig ii.Crowii >'.lrantv of  the ;above !. FuDlic Works, wii-h whom plans have been de-  t-3:ii -���    '     ���        c ' I posited, for permission to erect a  bridge:  wilh  '' And further take not ice' [hat action, under I il suitable draw span, oicr  the   IJppoivColum-  'section JIT. must ho. commenced before the i.-su- j bif'' Jt,v"''-  ,"'   :t  l1"1"1   known, as the Salmon  'li:ice of.such Ccrtilicaie of Impi-ovements.   ,.       j Beds.. ��� ������"..���  ��� , -       " ' ���,���        C. F. Smltli.  Dated tiiis-isihAlny-of July. Ij-Mi.       ::i-;!'.i  Tninsiitits 11 jfcn'owil-'colluiitinj.  ��� ., '. - ���.        ..cliiirijsrc. business. ,  ���;Ay:A';'P.y.llr;5ETTC'H:EN:$  ^| L iy eru^|F e ed.S&��|S a I en St able 3  V-;'.'S ADblife'- &���' R^feK^HORSES:LfS'  IK'A.MIXG 01- Al-L KlXDSASPKCIAllTYi  :i^///$/Mt/&��  WATCHES KEPAIK.E'p and SATIS'FACTrOX,  :'v :���".'��� .'',��:���;A AciiAKA?fTEEbA' '/''.'. .V - >"���.'  Fork Steele;'  ;J3.v;;C.;  :y '���^^p^'FO^b^/ib'F- %//]'  &MW/:-'f  ��� :��� .Rocky���'jvlpuiitaiii' Avenue;'A  I -' ':;���K:AFoni::SteeIe>-:B.''G!r; :M//  B;P;eOQiKf  ;;tnd ex-  , NOTICE. ���    ���    j  Tin- "Iturlon" MineralClal.ii.'situate it, the |  l-"ort Steele. Mining Division of East   Kootciia.y'j  Distrii-r  tyii'eri; loeateii:    Abotii.'tliree, miles  a!...,���..-|  Uli- I'ai-t! Bridge on Elk Kivr. . ���    |  Take notice that.I, (,'liarles F. Smith, a'geu  fordeorjte M.  Watson. I-'l'ee Miner'��� (:��i*tl(H:Ji1-  N,o. --:iiiiiin      intend, sixty days from. the flat.  het-eol. to ii.pply to the   Mitiiler   Becordei-   K,i  :  .('(���riilieiile  '���!'   Improvements,   for  the pnrpi  I-,.;CA1M'EH-C:()TT(,)N,'..      ���'  < 'hief Comiiiissioni-r of I.anils &., Works.  Lands and Works Department.  Victoria. II. I.'.. I'.iiii .lone. IH-ii.      -JI--JK  DRAFTS, CHECKS, TIME CHECKS AND  ACCOUNTS CASHED.       ,  ; priifis issnetl payuljlu inC'iuutdti aiid  the United'Suites. '"'��� :  FOR SALE.  .An   A m.'i|e-;una!oi-   fin- ��� tvm-lfiiijj   In-i.-.  fiiillino- (|iiai-l/..    Kave-s over ill) pei- cent  Of.frolrl.    W.:iylH, Willi powt-l- 28.1.100 lbs.  (>r oblninimr a'Croivnyiiant ol' i.he :i liovi- elaini   j in  Made seel ions for- I'Mckino  to inoiui-  Ainl further take 'noi ice thai  action, .under j tajn ,.]uj,T���.-      ( an )���. s,.,.,, M,.���|-Tin;   Si,  ,ec,ion ::;. mus.'l,e eomtnenceO bef���re the |..���- I ,<:��� y) ]>shlu   ..'-..  tln-o ot such ^'-'l'll.!.icate ol I uiju'os'einent.s.    ���     '   i       ,T .-  ���    ���' i'. F.SMITH.        i     I'or I'iti'i.ii'iil.'ti-s ;t|iply to  Pate.i. this isih ,|IIT ,,r .hiiv. is..i>. '     ;;i-:ki    I .1.-A. HAItVKS'. Foi-|, siecle. !!'('  ��� '  .��� j     ' ' ������..������'..  yT. C.ARMSTRONG :  ���������Port Stioiclk,,-'B Ca  Wanufacturer.or ������  Tiiiwiii'e. Galv;ini/ed Iron, 'Sheet,  Iron,   Stove  Pipes and  ��� Copper ware,  BUILDINGS HEATED und VENTILATED  Pliinibiiii;',   Pipe  litUiiK  anil, all  kiwis of sanitary work  .flir Tifjlit- Hot, Blast/Stoves ,  Hydraulic    and   'Air   Pipos  .Mines    ���':  lor  si:'i-:<,'iAi, A'i".i:i;;.N"i'i(^.\ paid '.to  .ioi?  WOUIv. '���'.,������  BAR R & COiVlBS  y ;A'; "��� / Poi-li -'Steeje./ J3:'a'. /:\y//  General Blacksmith,  HORSE SHOEING^ y  AND JOBBING.  AJininff' \Vorlc A a a Specialty.  ;"VJ;,(^iuGE^:iX;b..a.;j;  Ci-;idii;ite I'liihtdeliiln'it rJentnl'Collufrd.'  ���".'������'h   ,.        ' ���''������.::���'.",:  DEMTIST  'Ri'verside .Avenue, y  PpllT:STPELB,'B;  C. ' '/���'.'.  Nin DIG BROS.  GONTRftGTORS  am>. BUILDERS  ;ilOUS|.; AXIJ SKIN  I'AINTIXO A  '.CAi.l.'I.MININO iin,| I'AI'KH  IIANtllNt;  ��� PORT...STEELE,,B.  C.   '  3r?y"     Al!   work-  proii.iptly done..  Livery- �� Feed _.^aridA-,'SaIe:^StableA  y^/YyffpH Stee]eJi,B.-.G.v;yAA;y''V  ,���������' ';s-.A':%i'''Ai'''AA   >������������::.;. y'A..1.' :'://:/  : T K A Ml Xtl .OI-' A 1.1,' lv I X.DS SOI j IC'l 'I? ED.  SliavingA^" Hair.|Dressing^  A:/A''A:AA.'JFqRT^stEELE,;BAc^:':Arr'';^  All kinds 6f lian- ;woi'^':: //. AiyA '/f  -y/-://:''.'������::������'''���:���:���',':".:.A' Av'a specialty.-.^  ':,-)���;���,��� :/ ���';:..'"''y::...���^".^'���L;     ''y:"'-^',.      .������,':/���,��� ���.���':���  'A'A'J:VG REZ.,//. ���%'��� Prbprietora y \  Every thiiig: Strictly^Parst LCIas&..A;;j  Y./N>xkjlopi;yte>U  ^/yy./^yARN0Liy/ ;:A:a  '-���'.'��� Malces reghlar trijil;/;frovii.'Fo.i;t-  Steele J unction to-Port Steele.  ^FREIGHT OR EXPRESS  ��� -.Deliverer.!' on. day  of  ari:ival  Leave orders with     .;.'������ .-  a .���������';..':..' ;'m.. "a, be ale. ���''.'  /HOTEL   WINDERMERE  A,; ���"    , 'wiNhrcKiiic'iti-vfj. (j.1  J. Ai STODDART,   PROP.,    A      ,'   ''.������'  Tlio '.' Kiin-st   1 IiiU-.I   in .'Kast. ���'Ivoot.o.iiiiy,  Evorything New  Cuisine Unexcelled  ovioK'i.ooK'iNo. , \vinti.)i-;i!..mi-;km-',   .i.aki-:  FINE   SUMMER '  RESORT  Mood     Boalinii'     and    j^isliinu-.  v-A^AWhyVNot'-lnvesfr^^^  Tyy. ���/....:.. ' ���..'��������� .-.,. .y.y:.Q.A,.. -..-. ...... A ::..-. V./.y:i\,  The Lead ville of East Kootenai u:; ^  : U    inilqs    iToih    tlie    J'ainous.  North Star   inine.      1| mile��'-  J'roin the Siyu:.rvA"N,mine. ".'���-"���  Xoiu-ly   ^(.Itl.j. niuim-ijl ' claims "jjiutqiuiS'  ..". KI.\II.5I-:UIjKY and (ib.pciid'nn  it '"'���'.  '.:'������-��� /oi'.siipplios, ���;      .'A...:'..  ,,The terminus of the North'Star  Railway Branchy.  . AKlMBftRTiKY is not ti  boom  lov/ji.  for siuTOi.indfecl by.tlic'r.Al.iCE.S'r' SIL-'  VKR-LEAD MTXICS IN���THI-MVOKI-.b'  .  it,  must   ji0(.-e.s.sai-ily   become   a. .lnvgw.'  i-ity..   " ' ',. A  For a,safe and profitable invest- ,  ��� ��� ment buy lots in Kimberlev  BOX 835  FORT STEELE  CHAS. ESTMERE  , Sole fltjefiL,  ' , Posl���0llice Address, KiinherJev^  via Cranbrook. B.C. THE PROS Phi TOR. PORT STEELE,  li, C, AI'lUAST  Jl'.  1? ���$.  ��lie fflvo&pectov.  \-  \  riATUKDAV, AUd'ti'ST 12, lS'.lll.  Ottawa Letter.  From our  Own Concsjioiiili-nt  Ottawa,    Aug.���The   Alaskan  boundary dispute has loonier! up  large on'the political horizon this  week owing to the .somewhat-impassioned speech ol" Sir Charles  Tupper in the,House- on   Saturday and the dignified and   patriotic comments oi'--1he Premier in  reply.    The occasion was the announcement made in that  morning's papers of a delay in the reassembling   oi   the  Joint   High  Commission, owing to Hie failure  Jo arrive at the settlement of ihe  Alaskan boundary question.'     It  will be  remeiiibored  thai   when  the adjournment  was made  last  ''February it, was   inti matted,���although cerlain prominentoppos  Jtionists professed to doubt it,���  ,Uia,t the one and  only  cause  of  trouble was lhe  delimitation  of  the Alaskan boundary question.  Ai that time Sir Charles Tupper  thought it necessary lo severely  criticise the policy of the Britsh  Commissioners,   even   his- long  experience   in diplomacy  failed  to teach him  that".  Avith  only a  very  partial   knoAvledge  of'the  exact conditions.  1      lv   WAS KISIvY  AVOKK.  offering criticism thereon. But  with the fuller knowledge Avhich  he now possesses he readily appreciates, the mistake Avhich he  made, and with a candor that  does him credit he frankly admits, that his censure Avas uncalled for,1 and his attitude a mistaken one. and that'the policy ot  th��Jt Government was Avorthy of  the' unanimous endorsation -oi'  the country., and should iioav receive his full 'support. ��� Having  thus satisfactorily prerjared the  way, tlie Opposition leader,, proceeded to urge more' aggressive  action on. the part of Canada,  first by  providing  immediately  ,',��i'pr the  construction  of  a  light  ' railway     from     the     seaboard  1 through-all Canadian ��� territory  to DaAVSomCity, and' second by  excluding all but British subjects  from holding territory or. Avork-  mg claims in the  Yukon.     The  , venerable baronet spoke Avith  considerable warmth bf apparent  inertia of the Imperial GoA'ern-,  nieut.'and condemned in some-,  what strong terms Avhat ho Avas  pleased to,term its laissez i'aire  policy, adding'that had Great  Britain  been, dealing  Avith   any.  r other couuti'y than the United  Stales she avouIc! not hare been  half so lenient.  PA-  for showing some impatience at  the treatment she i.s receiving,  it is satisfactory to rr-alizc thai  there is coiiipJrile unanimity ���in  the country, and that the people  have absolute confidence in the  statesmanship and ability of their  representatives. The foremost  cause for irritation rests in the  fact that, time i.s the'imporlant  feature in the situalion. - The  Americans may be Avell satislied  to leave things as��1 hey are. for  while all means of trade communication with the Yukon lie,  Avholly or in pari. IhroiighAmeri-  cau territory, the coast cities of  the Slates are securing the vast  bulk of the trade. The question  of principle unhappily appears  to have Iii tie or no weight; it is  a mailer of expediency, -every  'time'with tliom. If Canada today possessed a railway through  her own'territory into the heart  of the gold .country by Avhich  equal facilties could be' given to  her merchants tO( supply the  commercial needs of that country with their American competitors, the Dominion would  poss-  trary to its own intention up to  within u day or two of lhe debate  which ended in its rejection. The  method adopled was unsatisfactory from e\'ery point, for tIio��  amendment proposed by Sir Mackenzie Uowell, did not A'enture  lo impugn the principle of the  measure bin attacked upon an  unimporlantsideissue,���the minor question of its constitutionality. Even in the ('ominous the  opposition was very mild and  half hearlod, and Opposition  journals of the more independent type agreed that the bill was  reasonable and fair.  The fact appears to be that a  majority of the Senators, actuated by the childish desire to  show the Government that they  were uol scared by the proposal  tojiinit their powers, and careless, as usual, of the public weaj.  rejected a necessary and inevitable piece of legislation in a  spirit of irresponsible bra\-ado.  Of course the Government has  been greatly strengthened by  this action in its contention, that  "the present constitution of the'  ess a'trump'card that could be; Senate, i.s inconsistent Avith the  relied on to win the trick,���but I Federal principle in r-our system  that advantage'has been  denied I of government and  is  in  other  Sullivan Diamond Drills  prospect-  Most  accurate  and   most  economical  inn   drills   made.  Drills of all capacities, operated by hand or horse pOAver.  steam,  compressed air or electricity.  SULLIVAN-MACHINERY  COMPANY.  305 and 306 Rookery, Spokane, Wash.       -      - -     -       Chicago, I1L  KNIGHT & 'STONE, Ackxts.  CONTRACTORS FOR   PROSPECTING   MINERAL   LANDS.  MA  '  AGENT   FOR  Canada Life '  Imperial Fire  Sun Savings and Loan Co.  ,  Ontario Accident..  Parkers Dye "Works, and  Port Steele Mail Slair'e Line.  o '    Mining Broker, Insurance  and Commission Agent  i\ >  SJlt     WH^'Kin     COL'NSICLS  TIKXCK.  Replying to the leader  of  the  ,   Opposition Sir  Wilfrid   Lauricr  spoke Avith extreme moderation,  , ji,nd while admitting that Canada  had very great excuse for irritation af the attitude of the ���Washington authorities, he urged thai  iu view of the  unassailable   justice of  our   position   we  should  have, patience yet a little longer.  There   were   three    Avays.    ihe  .Prime Minister pointed out.   by  which      international      disputes  might be settled:���by  compromise, by arbitration', and by an appeal to arms.    The lirst of tho.->o  would  appear   lo   be   about   exhausted, for   fhe  United   States  sippeared determined to concede  nothing.    The idea of  war  Avas  out the question and consequently arbitration alone remained.  It  is certainly not encouraging  to  jiear  from   the   chief   Canadian  ���Commissioner, who has taken an  optimistic vioAV of the  situation  all along, the statement that, '"at  this moment, in 1he last days  of  the'inonth of duly,  the   question  is not perhaps any more' ad van c.-  ��d than it.was iii the last days of  "January";   EAren Avhile admitting  this however. Sir  Wilfrid .adds.:  -M   do   not   give   up    hope������  I will, not' believe,   because   it  would be too painful   to   believe  for a'-iuoment,   that. Ave  cannot  .settle this  question   by   arbitration."'   ,' ��� -    . .     ,. . '  iCA HA DA'S  iriCA VA' ' TliADK'    i.OHS.  us through iha action'of the Senate in thi'OAving  out, the  Yukon  Railway Bill.     There  is   small  satisfaction in crying OA'er. spilt  milk, at'the same time it, isAvell  not to forget  the 'circumstances  Avhich'led up to the present condition, aucl while we may be \vil-  ling lo accept the regrets' of the  Opposition  loader  for  his "mis-;  takes in the past, his Avi'thdraAval  and apology will not;   unfortunately, undo the   mischief  Avhich  has resulted from  the  partisan  action of his Senatorial supporters:        - . . ,'  woimiv op ins imirc.  The  outrageous statement of  Mr.   Taylor   the    Conseiwative  Whip, that Sir  Wilfrid, Lauricr  had   accepted, a  bribe, from    a  Avholesale house in   this  city  in  .return for special favors ��'m  the  matter of Government contracts,  has had a beneficial effect Avhich  Avas ncCcontcinplated'or intended by that 'gentleman  Avhen   he  uttered thc slander: it has given  rise',  to  considerable  discussion  upon the question of the remuneration .which the country should  pay its Ministers.    The demands  upon the financial  resources of  our public men areyA'ery ^acting,   and  the   majority   of   the  Ministers of   the   Crown,    both  Federal    and   Provincial,     and  without regard to  party,   make  very large  pecuniary   sacrifices  when they give up their  private  business to enter thc  service  of  the country.    A man's income is  not to be valued at its actual cash  amount but Avith ��� regard  to   his  necessary and  legitimate expenditure, for if is an axiom, requiring no  proof,   that  under  some  conditions $1,DUO avouIcI   place  a  man   in  al'llueuce,   Avhile   under  different circumstances he Avould  be poor Avith $10,000. A proposal  to make a substantial increase in  lhe salary of Ihe first PrimeMin-  isl'er.' is being warmly   endorsed  on all sirles.   for   it   is   generally  recognized that a salary of $S.000  a year is not only out ot' proportion lo Avhat is paid for  services  of far less A'alue to the   country,  by big' financial and  commercial  corporations  lo   their   principal  oflicers all   over   the   Dominion,  but il i.s miserably inadequate  to  the   actual   legitimate   demands  upon it.    It is no matter of   surprise that   the  Premier  has   refused to sanction the proposal to  present him wilh a large sum of  money lo   augment   his   pro.sent  income, for it would be scarcely  possible lo carry such a   project  through   without   the   development of conditions which   might  occasion.- criticism.      Tlie   very  fact that our public men; are  so  sensitive of  their  honor-should  give  increased 'impetus   to   any  proposal that would .place  them  in a position that  would'' make  such.a suggestion  unnecessary.  ,   TIfKV   ARE   INCOUliK.'IBUO.  The Senate has thrown out tlie  Redistribution Bill  contrary   to  respects     defective,  and  should be so amended an to bring  il into harmony wjlh the principle of popular gOA'crnmenl.  Animals That "Keep"Guard, a.  It is welt kiiOAvn that many animals appoint one or more of  their number to act as sentinels  to guard'against suprise while  the'rest are at sleep, or feeding  or at play. Among the'animals  ���using ihe term in'j the widest  sense-^-that are '' thus prudent,  may be named the l'ollOAving:���  Wasps, ants, chamois and other  antelope, ' prairie dogs, .,Avild  horses, rooks, swans. Australian  cockatoos, zebras, quails, certain monkeys, flamingos, NeAv  Zealand silver-eyes, shags and  other birds, marmots, mound and  other sheep, seals. African wild  cattle', huancoes. elephants, etc.  Huge Electric Clock. ���,  ". An electric .clock, said to be  one of the largest in', the Avorld.  has recently been erected af the  Liverpool Street station of thc  Great Eastern railway. It is  constructed of iroirand manganese steel, aiid the case itself  forms a room inside nine feet  square. Prom the pinnacle to  extreme ornamentation at base  i.s ^l feet. The four ,opal dials,  Avith bold Roman figures, facing  lhe four points of the station,  are six feet in dianieter. The  figures of each hour are about 18  inches apart. c This clock will be  Avorkcd by a regular clock' fixed  in thc main telegraph oflice.  ^WHEELS.  MILLER R0DE0NE2093 MILES IN 132 HOURS  I The Eldredge  50.00  The Belvidere  KJ5-*0.00  Superior to all others irrespective \  of price.    Catalogue tells you       J  ���why.   Write for one.       <,   A  NATIONAL SEWING MACHINE CO.,  339 IJROAinVAY.  New York.  While Canada.'may be excusedIgeneral ''.expectation.*.' and   con-  ADVERTISE.  THE PROSPECTOR.  Books    Kept    and    Accounts    Promptly    Collected  AGENT   FOR  ,  Dominion Express Co.  Pour Room Cottage for Rent.  Good Copper Property Waiited.  RIVE MSI DE    AVENUJ  FORT    STEELE. - B. C.  MININGp||g  THIRTY-HIHTH YEAR.  24 Pages j Weekly :  Illustrated.'  INDISPENSABLE  TO. MINING MEN;  ' $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.  1 t  SKNI) FOK SAMPM5 COPY". c  MINING a��*sd^ntific PRESS  c 330 MARKET ST., SAN FRAHCISCO, CAL.  I  EAST KOOTEiW HOTEL  1  Movie Citj;, 13. C.  0 "���  .      '    t* _ ��      ,,  Is a large and Attractive Hole] of quiet .elegance in all its  appointments. Avith a-c'nsine of superior excellence  ss  ���SUBSCRIBE.  FOK  THE PROSPECTOR. ,  SZ  &���  s~       Strictly   First-Class   in ��� al . its   Appointments  ���    ^  <��:  ~=   iVlciVlaHon  Bro's,  Proprietors.    3  THE  R.  ��*>>***��s^-s^-��--s*^��iS-:s>s*:K��-\\*^w-'S^gc-:S3t'jL*-:3f!K5S  IS L*Um,lSIlKI-> lOVlSKY SA'L'UKDAY. ASM HAS A        ���?  >",  5g OL'AUAXTI-'.nU   CIKC'L'hA'l'lOX   I.AI?CI-:n    'I'llAX  % AXY OTIII-:i{  IJA1JKK' IN KAST KOOTKXAY. IT IS  * AM. llOJlKiPltlNTKIJ. AN'D Q'OXTAINS ilOUIJI.i:  S- '   T11K AMOUNT OF NKM'S OF ANY I'Al'KK IN Tin;  f DIS'l'KlCT  As    An    Advertising  Unexcelled.  Medium  ���Jl  <!/���  Villi/  111  tli  1)1  ,tiik im;osi*i-;oti1i: coviiks a di^tkict-i  lAIKil-IK THAN SOMi: KM 1/1 \<V.<. ANII HAS  I.AKIIK l-'OKHK.X CliaJUr.ATION.  The Paystreak Of Ad's In This Paper Pays From T\ie (rrass Roots,  And Never Pinches Out, Stako One !' The Result Will Be To ,  Your Interest.  AQB PKINT1.N(; OF ALL KINDS NttATOY AND PKOAI L'TLV  EXECJrJTED."' THE PROSPECTOR   PORT   STEKLE   Ti. C.   AU(JIjST  li IMJD.  THE    PROSPECTOR,  is   i-rr.u.^HKji   wheel)   in  THE   PHiISPli<iron   fOMPASY.  "EDITOU   A XI)  have Mirnil'ed their hiii*>ition <<\  ' ravelliny; to Uriti.sh <'olnmbia  wilh tho Canadian Mining ln-,li-  tute excursion en route to their  meeting at San Fr.iwKro on 2~\\ li  Seplomher.  A.   li.    OP, A CI:  prnusiiFJi. : ,  The Drili.Nli   Medical   A.-wn-ia-  tion haA-e collected  find' published a iiia-^s of .statistic-* in  reirard  icrance   a-ici   '   i>rt   . iv  .     r-nyered       l.'.'.'i i  :m :id\cr:is,rij; medii .n it i-mi-, deaths.      The average leniMli oi  life Avas computed  with   the  fol-  the prospector, i-  puMi-hcd  e\e:\   ~~,.\\\\u\:'>    :iml   lui��-  :\ utiui.'sntccil  ���urenhuum l.ucur iliaii jiij   other pnpci  in J"a*.t liootciiny. Ii N all liomo !':'i'"\l,  mid   v(iiitaiii>.  J.i.iiMc  ihe  lie*-   <if   :m\ J to  Hlt(J  other papui in the JNtrict. I The     collection  1  I  FORT-STEJlLM FLOUR AND  STOREI  1  rr HEADQUAKTEKS for MINiNC und COMMERCIAL MBN -J  eicoiled.  ihu  Devou-a to tin-upbuiiclitis--nf Fort  Stet-li'.   tin: i  development o: iJic \-.im  mu.vr.i]  ie-.uui(.-<������. of   lowing results:  ihf Ki,M ICoott'ii.-ij lnimiii: ilistj-Ii-t  Siin^rr.pilo;!^         i- J w> p.-:  jt-ui  4dit-n.��.!np ldti". murie known on ii)ipik-.ition.  Con  hfh.  C.qMILf.ER,,ProprieTo)  CAN SrPPLV  ST. M/RY'S IKN BUILDING P  POPl'LAh'  I'KICKS  Total fibstainers  Habitually temperate  v KAILS, i  a>1.22'  .. . .c.i'.i::  .������,,���,���,���  "    ���      ,   I llabiiuallv temperate  Cc'. i::  Im  iii-ti-Tct  nut all in.iiii-r Inn iiijfil fur iiiilt!Uvi-un ��� Careless drinkers ."li'.li"   Ofo  R>lla" m^rlttT-s^n.ii.iie |,Fm.  f|rjnlrers. /. ;,7 ;lS, ' fjg  ' Habitual drunkards .">l\'>:J j W��  TKI9  PAPFR I"K"Pti.n '!>iu tHi-iiirtrr- J .    ���.,  .     .... ...      ,,      [[]//���  1 n,�� inrcn usinj-ai-iii'vof Aia\iimii-i       1 his is  at   variance   with   the: \m  * i/'o   >������.:,  j".  rir-.iN.ituii.'ii isarii,   miiiiiin.- , t      , , ?lCj  rpokur..'. w:.��h., wh.-r<-i-fMitisu-i'en i.t-a-...iii   iisiiiil   accepted   theory   that   in-   oM  '  : teiniior.un'o shorieu.-, Jit'r. '     - ffi  yr! | ,\     *      jr l��<  ��Ite JJ^OeiTCCttfC     ,    Alpxand.-r Hendei-sou.   Q.   c.   ijp  of New Westminster, was sworn ' m|  in n> Alloruev-tieneral ol i Kri'i- \m  \>n Columbia on the 7i'h in.st.. to lyt>  ���-ncceorPjNFr. M'artin.     lie will-he i  SATURDAY. A (.'(it's']  1 -^n.  r  OH the past two week* there;  lias been a dearth of rail-,  road news. The work of the  contractor-, of the hue of the!  ,North Star, branch was going-  merrily on. when suddenly likef  lightnim: from a clear sky came'  obliged to .^tand for 're-election.  \ 1.-        -t r '  There   \\';is   no   necessity' ..foi* j  ,foe Martin going 'to Colorado or '  California for pointer* regarding-  F. Carter Cotton.    If he had vis- '  -v.^ ���.;,.���  ',.��.^��� , n"���.    i     "     t     ited Fori Steele ' he  Could   have  .he Avire. "Stop all Avork ou tlie,        .     ,    ,,   ,      .   .       ,  .   ��� i  \nr-rh s.��f v,���,,.!, nn,,i,   'nf  .. ��� ! received all the  uuonnation  re-  I The,  THE BEST OF  Flour Mer,!-,. K'o'lled Oat*. Splil  I'eas. Pot  -    I5arley."Navy Mean*. Ma led,, Hay,   Oat  *"<;d Meal  Also Receives Weekly By Refrigerator Car  Fresh       Butter       and       JB^f>;s  LEAVE  YOriJ  (IKIIKKS   l-'Oli   Fill I  Pi-ompt , lJclivcr\  Scikl  in ,\oiir <{>)(!< is,i!   \oii cannot t'al  ' _..    l^osT OFFICK  MO\  KH\  freighting Done at Reasonable Rates. . ���  3       f  rjf   All Modern Conveniences,,   ����f  Fort Steele.   B.  C..  g'Lar.ue Sample Kooiiis for Commercial Men j=|  M l    . M.. i.,,,,        ' '  { '  Now Open  quired.  North Star branch north  of  the  Si.  Mary's  river".,    No  reason j  c'Avas assigned.     The  citizens  bf5  Cranbrook  dnmbfounde  are not adjer- -ves .ncu-h ,o dp-,ber of lhe hous- aiid his nam, u,��  senbe       the r       c-nsternution.  Fishlins�� Joe. u r ; e|  V,hat! is the C. P. R.   to'  desert!      '        "       ^    ^    �� ��� itE  leer  Joe Martin has resigned  aud;tt , 33  33  u.      ine  citizens  o:,-   Joe Manin ljas lvsis?ned  aud';��" v ���� ,m..mmmm���mmm���  .^nirSi^-^-S-^iB EAST KOOTENAY SOTTLING'COA  r 'ves .acut'h to dp.  .    . ����� th ���.,,,,,.    ��� i,.tt -   '  tli Star  e  us.    Is the scheme we have cherished of making  Cranbrook  the  commercial,    mining, , smelting,  agricultural, and everything-else  1 center, to be thus thA\-artedy- Are  "' we to be crushed, metaphorically  -    speaking, under the iron heel of  a gigantic oclapus?    No, Ave Avill  '_ not stand it Ave are  bigger than  Ores are coming'in   fast  now, j^  and. after all.   Fort   Steele  AvillipB.  not be left  out  in   the cold  at tt  Waters etc  Paris and Spokane.  * * TT '-  Editor Lowrey of the New  DeiiA-er Ledge is the most pessimistic humorist in all of the  Kootenays.     In-fact should Mr  GRAJMBROOK. B. C.  BOTTLERS    OF    Sarsaparilla,    Ginger    Ale.    Mineral  the C. P. \i.    Tho board of trade T        ,    i u  -   ,     ,.,       ,,   ���   , , '   .Lowrey leave the country there  ^CIsAPP  & MURPMY, Proprietors  33  33  33  33  33  33  33  33  33  33  33  Kimberley,  H." W. Drew, proprietor. ���  B, C  McBride Bro's  " n  te  tt.  tt  is hastily gathered together, the,}'  JresoIVe and resolve, and their indignation is wired 'to  Montreal.  Hiiviug vented ,thoir indignation  and let off Lhe superfluous steam,  they'brealh easier.    When someone says/let us .take  something.  This'Strikes a sympathetic . cord  ftiul they.adjourn to a convenient  hostelry   and   droAvn   their  &or-  iws in ��� a Llowing bowl,   'Then  .JL-lroUior Simpson went down  to  Jiis olliee and wrote an  article,  which makes everything clear as  mud, explaining tho whole matter, and, that he knew of it all ol  the time, that the building of the  "road Avas only delayed,  that  the  road will be built,   in   the  SAveet  bye-and bye.  would be no one left upon whom  his mantle Avoufd fall but Brother  Simpson of the Cranbrook Herald. -        ,     ~    " ,  ' Toronto .Telegram:���There is  not a member of the Lauricr  Government- mean enouu'h to  give T-lewitt  Bostock.   M.   P..   a  .gold brick' to rub on the wounds  A Wise Contractor.  Sandy McDougall'. fiC railway  contractor pf the. North Star  branch, ha& the following interview in tho Macleod Gazette! He  (hrows a J'oav boqnets at Alberta  und says; "o  "IJl'llish Columbia is., going  ahead. Its mineral Avealth is  being developed, but capital is  coming in at a sIoav rate. Much  more of it is needed to carry on  thc dc\;'elopment work at such a  rate as the richness of the claims  Avarrants. Another and very  considerable,-feature of 13ritit.li  Columbia's wealth, is its timber.  Eastern British Columbia will  never be the country it should  be until this, timber finds the  market. And this will .not be  and bruises of suHeriny const ii- until there is a greater demand  uents ol Vale-Cariboo. ''for it near at hand.     When  the  '���    ���'���    ���'- i whole) of Alberta is irrigated 'and  Toronto   Telegram:���If   Hon  ,'the most of it  under cultiA-ation.  F. Carter Cotton   can   put   Hon. , theu   British   Columbia   will   go  Joseph Martin on the  shelf and  ahead by leaps and bounds."  make him >uiy there he Avill  be.'     "Vou   belieA-e   then"   he   Ava*  hailed a.s the'  logical   leader  of>asked,  "that  the  true  clcvelop-  the'Con>oi'\alive liartv in   Cana-   ment  of   British   Columbia    de-  ��� i  da by the eastern Tone*-. Avho , pond- upon the prosperity of Alba vo soon several'men try thai ' bcrta. and Avill 1'oIIoav after it'r"  game and fail. ���     "J do indeed" replied Mr.  Mc-  ���-    -     ���' i Dougall. "and [ cannot_see   Iioav  Caicud" Record.    Peter Jack  )ii can be otheru ise."  son', the eolor.'d pugilist,   is  >o, j    Such talk is pure and   unadul-  .iourniug.it Vietona.     Thi.-,  has   lC]-atod rot. as though the 'do vol-  no connection with Joe   Martin's , ()]���nent of British Columbia was  ,preparini.' tor a scrap. Jdejiendenl upon the, development  '    - 'oi Alberta.     Thi-;   Pkospi-xitok.  It has been siigge.M.-d that Joe im,[ the opinion that Hie Avealth  Martin's visit to Colorado was to 0) Brilish Columbia lies in its  gel a few pointers from Oo\e.- m\nii^ while iis limbr-r resourcr"-  norW.iite. 'are-ecoiuhiry.    Allot"   tlie   lim  ber   in   Fast    Kootenay   Avill    be  The members, ot   the  Canadian   i1(.,.(|,.(| at home, as ifs  miin-s an-  Mininir Institute will leave Mmi    dcudoped. I'.ritisli    Columbia j  l real on I hm'r excursion   lr.   Mrii     uould no aln-ad .-vr-n I hough  A!   I  isli Columbia on Krida v. Septem    |,(.]-<;i ,|j(| u<,\ <>\i~.| i  ���'ber .'1st, at'.l o'clock". . Tli(! c.\r:iir-A- . ., ���   .sioiii.sts Avill'lie,away 1:1 ii'i-i- wot-ksy The Silvf-i: -Kin^, near ..Nelson,  A'isilii.ig h'ossland, .Trail.: North-A ,M. C., .is sending' regular lo llu;  ,poi'l.,". Boundary, lhe -Sloc-aii,'smelter-'"Hons-of ore ]ier day.  y,mii',' Nelson, and lhe collierios^'The ore. w.hich is now being ship-  af. .A'nM'i.ra-<.'ilr!, (..'aiiinore and . I:ln,-A pi-d i.s some. of.the best ever l.ak-  .'(,'row's N.est I.'ass. A nuinber oi ' en from' tlie mine. ��� en-rrying  the iiie.inlier.s -'.of������ l lie ���'A-mbrici-n !'iial.i\'e cp]i])er! which can be  Itislilulel.'.of   .Mining yl']ngin(!ers ! l.ilainIv seen.   '  tt  Mai] or Telephone Orders will receive  Prompt Attention.  33  33  33  '     ^3  sneif  t  Heavy Hardware.  Powder, Gaps  Cumberland   Blacksmith , Coal.  Supplies,   Drill   Steel, , Etc. - *   .  t FUSS  .Miningr  .'   THE   LARGEST   STOCK- OP' HARDWARE   IN   EAST  KOOTENAY. ' "  PORTSTEELE  e  ���>  d  Fort Steele  Meat Company  FRESH   and   SAbT   MEATS  ALWAYS  ON HAND. '  .  ROBSON & ROGERS, Prop's. -  Fresh Halibut.   Salmon. Salmon Trout.   Bologna  Sausage--  Butter and Eggs.    Pish and Game in Season.  Groceries, Dry Goods,  Boots and Shoes,  1 n i  Hardware, Crockery,  i  Giant Powder, Fuse, Caps,  JESSOP'S STEEL f GENERAL STOCK OF  Riverside Avenue,  Fort Steele,, B. C.  SHEEP CREEK, B. C     k.  J. rUGBYE. Proprietor,  ' ���   First-class Accommodation for Travellers.   --  Everything    New  The  Windermere  Siagc  Stops   Doih   Ooitm'  and   Coming.  MINERS'     SUPPLIES  Wholesale Dealers'in "  I        ���       .   y Wines,  Liquors as-ici;.Cigaj*s  A(;EN'lyS    F^UR    SO!-JUTZ'S"'HEEK.     .' ! !  r^r  illanFur  ^PROPRIE'  MlNNEAPOLiSjSHEEPSKINlTANNER\  x  PROPRIETORS  No Commission Charged .^  Immodiate Returns'1  )���  ; 200-212  FIRSTS AVE. NORT  TV 3000 PCLTS a o��y.  fxportors ���- - ���  Norlhern  [MINNEAPOLIS,  "''   "I.   '  [ Shipments' Solicited. 1rT'^ ." Write"|for^ THE PROSPECTOR, FOUT STEELE,   M  <\. AFOrST 12,   1*99.  ��he Ifroapjecioi;*  SATUKDAY. ATCKST 12, ]son.  Kootenay Notes.  A strike of good ore was ihado  along the line ol' constrnc'tion of  tlie 0. P. li. near Duncan city..  Another big strike has been  made in the Payne mine, lho  famous Sloean producer.  B. C. Riblef has the contract  d'or the construction of the new  tramway for the Wakefield igine  near Silverton. .The Irani will  he 7000 feet  long.  The ore shipments from the  Sloean from January 1st to July  ^ihh amounted to lfi,!'-"! tons.  "Thirty-seven mines were included among ��the shippers, the  Payne taking the lead with ."i.^TI  tons., The smallest shipment  being one of three Ions from the  Fidelity.  ."  Every Man a Sandow.  There is one position in which  even the weakest person may  defy successfully the efforts of a  Hercules, if ,the tips of the. two  index lingers be pressed tightly  together no man, no matter how  strong, will be able to pull thein  -apart, provided that the pull i.s  applied gradually^ and there  i.s no  jerk".       There   have/been  -many attempts to explain why  with the fingers in this position  .so much force can be resisted,  but.'none of the explanation has  been satisfactory. Theories of  weighl, balance, and strain have  all been, advanced'; in A'siin. but  the fact remains and can,be easily demonstrated. Care must be.'  ���taken that the pullmust be gentle  at first and without any-jerking.  Later enormous power may be'  applied without pulling the tips  of the fingers apart.  grown on a large scale, and an  extraordinary increase in prices  has resulted.  ' The  Rambler.  In  my  rambles   through   the  'suburbs last Sunday  my  attention was attracted to a window-  less building perched upon a hill  near'the river.    My first impression was that it must  be  either  *-an ice house or a stable..-   Upon  '"making  inquiries  I, ascertained  that it was the Masonic temple.  ! ,In close proximity to the temple  there.was   a   shed   filled   with  empty bottles,   and  near 'by   a  graveyard.     I wondered ' if  my  '   informant had not made  a  mis-  fake,   and  if   the  building  was  not the' temple of Bacchus or the  lodge, room  of  the   Benevolent  ��� Protective Order of'Elks.  The chief engineer of thc  'water works has much to answer  for. At any old time during the  day the whistle will be sounded,  and this awakens memories of  the days that are hot,of the days  when argosies freighted - with  wealth from far Cathay, (T am  assuming the poet's license,  therefore, for Cathay read Jen-  > nings), were 'brought to our  shores. 1 wander to the river  bank* no vessel is in sight, and T  am told that'tho whistle is blown  to notify the people- when the  engineer's tank is full.  There are some things thai.  Fort Steele needs, as one may  see who will walk about the (own  and notice the lack of paint on  so many buildings, and the wilful lack of fences, which should  surround fhe many really pretty  residences. This lack of paint  gives to the town an appearance  of uncertainty, as if the owners  expected at any time to pull up  stakes and depart for now fields.  A little expense on the lines suggested would make Fort, Sfeele  the prettiest town in  Kootenay.  The Boards oi-Trade   Convention   at  Rossland Accomplishes Much  Work.  J. A. Harvey re-turned Sunday  from aiteiidaiK-o at  the  meeting  of the boards of trade of   Kootenay.'   In speaking of  the   meeting he said:*   "it   was   thy  most  harmonious  gathering    I    have  ever attended.   Soon as the meeting convened they got  down  lo  business at once:'it was bu.-Sine.ss  from start to finish.   ' The  subjects were ably   handled,   and  a  large amount  of  work   was  accomplished.     Most of  the' subjects in which the Kootenays are  interested was gone over.     The  eight-hour        law,       the      lead  smelting    question,   (upon   this  subject 0. O. Buchanan of Kaslo  and' 'Mr.   Aldrich of, the   Trail  smelter, gave a vast  amount  of  interesting   information).      The  subject of trails and roads in the  various districts  was thorougly'  discussed:   mail   service,'   redistribution, etc.. in fact every subject  in   which   the   Kootenays,  Yale and Cariboo were interested, received  attention.      "I be-  lieve"   continued 'Mr.   Harvey,  ���'that much good will be accomplished by these meetings,  which  will be held   annually.     It ,will  show our legislators that we are  i ^ i.  in earnest in demanding the  rights, which are due us, commensurate with the amount received by the Government from  the interior'".  Mr. Harvey was on all of the  committees. He did excellent  work in the convention by .showing up the needs of East Kootenay, and his faithful work in the  committees will be of much service to the district -J ir$. was I  unfortunate that, there were no j  representatives at. the convention from Fernie, Cranbrook' or  Golden.  T. H. TAYLOR, C. E.  PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR  Surveys   of   Mineral  Mine-. etc.  cliiim-. J;oii(N.  wixu!-;j{.Mi-;i{i-: n. c  HOME   RESTAURANT  MRS. AMIYIE,  Prop,  Fruit $?   Confectionery  Notions of all kinds.  CIGARS and TOBACCO.      *"J  .Jl-' Vol;   WANT A HOOD MICAI.  Go to the ,  MONTE   CARLO   RESTAURANT  '   o   On Riverside Avenue  "      '  '   William Robinson, Proprietor  I.  '    MKAI,S   AT   ALT,   HOUKS.  ���J.   .1.   L A MONT  Contractor and Builder  Fort Steele, 11 C.  CITY  BAKERY  MR'S. UNDERBILL,    - Proprietor.  Mining- Notes. , '  ��� Miners have been" sent' into  West Kootenay from Sudbury to  work in the mines. ,     { ���   ���  A rich strike is^ reported fo  have been made on the Acorn  and Chesnut claims near Donald."  The work-on'the old Albion  mine-near Aiasworth will be resumed. The property has been  idle for two years.  o r  A strike of 2-\ feet of ore on  the Granite mine near Ymir is  reported.  A miner just returned from the  district says that boom prices  are killing the district. He says  there is any amount of gold, but  it takes $0(1.000 to produce $70.-  000. '       ���   '  ��� El wood L. Nase. representative of the li. C. Mining Record  the Now York Mining Engineering Journal and the London Mining World; i.s in Nelson.  Paul Johnson formerly of the  I-lall miners smelter at Nelson,  will superintend the construction  of the largest smelter in the Dominion, af Greenwood, B. C He  is representing an English syndicate with ��:i,00o,0()0 capilal.  The worlc will be begun af once.  Dou&leis  Corsan  {CM-Ml).)  .OFFICE��� Hivtisklc.i wmii'.  jV/':/'/, Door t'o B/eaatldl't- Drtttj Store.  E. J. WALSH, C.  ���M. CAN.SOC. C. K.  E.  The Reason He Changed Situations  "I'id you hear I'lie reason wliy^l left  my old employer;-," .-aid adrumiin f-tlie  oilier (J;i,\ lo.'i few friends. To ilji-, inquiry {hey all "rsitliiirt'd in-uimd. fully  exjn-eiinji io liuar a yood nioi-y it-  ���'Toui." ifamiliiii'Iv called hv his  friends), lilied hack in hi- chair.  "I answered an advertisement about  a new hortlc --Li��ht oi Life."' as the  lirJft struck mc \ury forcibly and I  found it contained the ninry o) llu- iVew  Te��Uiiiicin.ii.ii<reihcr wilh explanations  ol all the more, diilieuli, portion*, thus.  hein<; a "complete Commentary. It ul-o  conlaim the complete live* oi the  ApimLlus: thai this hook was ..really  iwo vohjiniiB in one, embellished wilh  Mime ol tlie liesio illustrations 1 ever  saw. , Tlie statues of the Apostle.- ,vere  by the,renowned sculptor. Thorvald-nn  thou hilviii},' been reproduced and |iul>-  lihhcd in connection ��\ith lhe Sixteen  Masterpieces: of tlie world famous  Hluelchor-i. Ilofniann and J (aim eii-  jiravin^s.  . Knowing that nut. a family in a  thousand had !he live* of the A |io-'tli;.s  or a < 'oinnieiilary. and that, thin buok  would have an enormous sale, and as  my old employers could not hold out  hiillieient inducements to equal the  oJl'er, of tin- Bradley - Garrelsoi) Co.  Limited. J concluded to fjive up 'druni-  ininj/.' and took hold of 'Liyht of Life.'  I assure you friend.-; this change (\ras  the wisest, 1 ever made, and f sluill  never regret it. 'If you want, lo iii.ik'e  money easy and fast, write their Draul-  fo/'d House for a position like mine.  H. W.  DREW.  Proprietor.  Fori Steele,  Agents: ��� If you want to make M.-"0  and expenses, daily, handle "This  Lijrlit. of Lile." ,  ���   Bradley Garretson Co., Ltd.  UHANTI-'OKJ). Oxt  The  '*�� 'I'  R. G.'SHIBR,  niOI'JUKTO'K.  (jFort Steele.  Is a large and Attractive Hotel o,f Quiet Elegance in ali��'  i ' i  its Appointments, with a Cusine of Superior  Excellence.  I-'ormorly on urifjlucurlni; MiHT ol Uepnit-  meiit Kaihiiiys arid Csuiiils. Canada, and late  Director of llie 'Public Works Mupariinuiii of  the Leeward I-.lands.  Surveys. Plans. Estimates and  ItKeoii'i'S for Storage, Heservoira. Filter Beds. Water Works.' .Sanitation.  Sewerage and Land Drainage, Irrigation. Public. Koads and Bridge-s. Railways, Tramways &c.  Ottawa, Ontario and  Port Steele, B. C.  Telegraphic address:-  WA1  .STL OTTAWA.  KEEPS   CONSTANTLY   ON    HAND  , . <  Fresh Bread and Calces  Fresh Fruits every day <���  Fresh Vegetables ,  Fresh' Eggs    ,'      c  ,    Fresh Milk'and Butter  and, WATERMELONS.  : ' \ '.       -'.       '   '  CANADIAN PACIFIC  0.  RAILWAY  j^S    SOO    BINB  ' LARGEr  ANL)"COMMODJ0US   SAMPLE,   ROOMS   FOR  ���   ,     '�� ' <  COMMERCIAL MEN.. ��� ,  Everything New, First Class and up to date'  In Every Particular.  HEADQUARTERS   For. Travellers and Mining Men'.  RESTAURANT   OPEN   DAY-   AND "NIGHT.  ^^^^^^^^f^^^m^^^^^tr^^rtrmi^  E. J. SCOVIL  MINIXO HUOKKK.  NOTARY 1JUIIL1C.  c       Ke;il l-Niate and GutK-ral A^ont  *        WINDERMERE,  'B.    C"  Com .ijiontlciict! Solicit/ <1.  The copper production oJ:  tlie  '.United-''States--during  the  year.  ,1898  was  the   largest  ever  -re-t  corded-in a,single year, or a '1;o-  tal:ol: J)^,060,2il2.pounds oi: copper, .which, was an. in crease over  l.8<)7 oJ: il,-!,529,li;!7 pounds, or, .0.8;  "',poi-'cent...   The 'exports   for .the  year   amounted   .to,   l!n!.l,7(;5,054  pounds, or about r)5,])er cent  of  the   total, .pi'oduqfion.'      During  the current year ihe  production  has increased but very  slightly,  while     the     consumption     has j to -help carry 'them' tliWhigh.  Railroad Rumbles.  .1. hi. Uriflith, gold commissioner, has been making strong  representations to the C. P. R.  that tho success of Windermere  a.s a mining camp is now assured, says Ihe Golden Era, the  only element now wanting being  transportation, and he has urged  that the ,0. P.. R. .should push  their line in. there. Superintendent Marpole will visit the Win-'  dei'mgre. district' at- an early  date.   :     ,   ���"��� ,".''        .'.,'.   . . " ,  It has'A trail spired that Mac-  Kenzie & Matin's projects in  China have a good deal to do  with certain concessions which  Sir Charles Ross, the Kootenay  capitalist, hi is obtained since his  arrival in the Celestial Empire.  No details are given,, .but. it is  said here that Sir Charles' concessions are important, and that  lie cabled for Mackenzie A"Maim  Hotel Arrivals.  LNTr:KXATrONAL:-M. Freeman,  Loth bridge: J. F. Whitney, Berlin: A. S: Brown, M ITcaloy, N.  S. Bell. R. E. Beatfie, Lester  Clapp. Cranbrook: C. E. Smith,  Montreal; K. (J. Bodlington, .).  W. Dore, Hamilton, Out: [-1.  Bodlington, Toronto; T. P. Mc-  Infyre, Winnipeg: b\ W. Yates.  Nelson: G. M. Cosgrovo, Sjiok-  ano: Howard Cha])inan. Victoria:  J. C. Nelson,  Dupont.  Windsor:���W. E. DeVal, . E.  H. Small*;.W.: S.; Keay, .1. R..  Patterson,' D. Ruclcei', Ci/anbroolc  A. Muriro, IT. I-L Cooper, Vancouver: Steve Eansou, Afonlana:  W. L Mctntyitj, ; Wasa; A N.:  Doren, Moyie;. A. "Stillwell, O.  S: Arnold. Toronto; R.''"Mo-.  Milla'n.- Elgin;' Martin .Milan,  A. D. McCJeary and wife, D.en-  ver, Colo.:' G. E. Delgardno,  Sullivan; ^ Walter. Daivid.son, Edinburgh; A. Binns, Spokane;  Charles Burt, yNelson: H. 'P.  Bremner, Moyelle: F. Steele',  Winnipeg;. Ra.'lph Hari'on, 'San  Fi'anf;i.sco.  CANADA'S NATIONAL HIGHWAY  America's groat Trans-continental Line . and v tlie "World's  Pictorial Route.  New Past Daily Service by  IMPERIAL   LI-MITED  With     Express    connecting-  service to and from  ���?Jf Steel Rods  Fishing Tackle  ���  '*',  m  "    Fish Baskets    "  Bamboo Rods Landing Nets  Grunheart  Rods  7ALL    FINDS    OF  English Flies "jj?  it  ������  Reels ?Jf  Casi ing Lines ,  T��f  LINES  HOOKS  ARTIFICIAL   BAfTSiff  i4'  ���{��� In fact a complete sportsmans paradise.  Pros]lectors and Miners .should see the display of  Country  'X. Compasses,  Mineral' Glasses,   Spectacles,   Eye   Shades.' Eye ��  Jtr-  variety^;  i����j Shields and Smoked Glasses.  ������*���  X. My stock of Toilet Soaps i.s complete jmd iht  MAKES TIME UNEQUALLED  East. & west  Tliroun'h l''ii-.-i. ( hi-.*  Sk'upcr Daily  From ^ to  Kootcna}r   Landing  TOURIST CARS pass Medicine  Hat Daily for St. Paul. Fridays for Montreal and Boston.  Sundays and Wednesdays for  Toronto.  Foiit S'I'ioki.i-;  JuxcTiONto Nelson  in 10 hours  to Calgary in  K!    "  to Winnipeg in ;i;")    '���  ;  f:        to' Vancouver An    ':  ��� '���   ,'"'L=r-   to Victoria.in  50  ,."'  ���':        to Toronto  in 7">.   "    '  ���"'        to Montreal in 70 -  "'  ;   '   "   ' . toNcwYoi-kiiifllA ���'���''���'''  kast A'' r)AII;V TRAIN " WI..S-1.  10:10 leaves i'1(irt'.SU!(.ik;'..lc.i. leaves H'i:l"i  '.1:1;') leaves C'ranhroo.k leaves l":l';"i  ��� -For rates, tickets, 'andyfu'l I information address C. P.'R. agent  Fort Steele .Junction or ���   y  V. M.MiionvAisv, Agent-  '   - ������'   C'ranbrook,  I '>. C.  W.F.ANDERSON, T. P. A., Nelson,  E. J. COYLE,��� A.G.P. A., Vancouver  ��' in this line is astonishing  ���I* '  ?���*  '���>  Aji  FORT  STEELE  Pioneer Druo Hail  *���*  \    W   BLF-V^DFLJ ' Graduate Ontario CoHeire <,f I'harmuev Tjf  J    ........  **�����  *fo "aT*' *�������� "���!������ ������;�� ��� ���*Ior- *���*���**��� ��v��" �����*������ *-V ���*��r �������������� ���;������  ��|% ��f�� *9* "I" *v" *t* *������ '���* ������* *��* *���* *|* *tr  *t'     *$'    *���*     *���'    *���*    ��t'    ��*'     *tr    �����'    *t'    ��t'    *!���     h|<  *** *������ ".������ *!��� *������ *����� *���* -����� ��#�� *$* *������ "���* *t*  KIMPTON   &   PITTS  WINDUKMEKE 4? DONALD  General ]VlercHai-tts  Mlnina siiDDiies a Specially  Miners going northward yia Canoe River Route will Iind-'it"a large  .saying rtiid-.eonveiiiei'ice.to pro.cure their sup])lie.s at: .Donald.  r.  ���     ,:    SOLE ACAENTS for ������.'..  ��� Canton   Steel Company  Windermere, 'AuHion. and Do.ialv.i  .Milling Divisions..  Agents  at Windermere for the California Giant Pcwrien Co. (5  T11H 1'ROSPECTOR   FuRI   STKULK   B.C.   AUOUST \2, ]��){>.  ��Jjjj JJro^p^tjcnr.  SA'JL'KDAY, Al'CU'S'j;  12, Is'.i'i.  Of Interest to lUmurs.  Aii adit is a tunnel driven from  the surface to the ore bodies of a  mine cither on ihe vein or across  thc formation.  It1 is 110L~a.lwa.ys the largest  mine that realizes the greatest  profits, nor the richest oi-e thai  gives long life to'a mine. ���  The total amount of copper  produced in the United States in  'US was 7)2{'),>\77i,7>'.)\ pounds, valued at s(H,M!i. \:}2.  In   sampling  on* it is very <>��,-;  o'"   Tootle   Wii-h ,   and   (iarrell;  liolli'i-naii of No   ."7 Henry si reel J  Victoria, foriiiei-lv a .seal   hunlcri  aud well known to ihc iraternily ,  a.s  a    dead   shot        The    --Allin \  Wonder." the name given to Ihej  big lump of nold, was taken   out  by Mr. West below the discovery  on Spruce creelr, and wa.s   found  to   weigh   SJ   oz.,T) dwt.s. aud 15  grs.. valued at about ��l,.">no.   On  tin* day following the  discovery  Messrs.     Ueit'ernan    and   West  brought tlie   nugget   into   Allin,  where it is now to be seen at the  Hotel   Crand.       Mr.    HoO'ornan  owns   thc   I Mack   Diamond,   the  claim   next   ihc  Sjar.   and   is  a  [*arttier of Mr. West and   n   half  e  rewin  KORT STEKLK,  R  C.  MANlIFACTUKKliS'    and'    lil{H\\'l��KS    ()!���'    KXTUA     KINK  compliztj:   plants  Ready for prompt Shipment IX OUR HOSSLAND WAREHOUSE  BOILERS  HOISTS  PUMPS  BUCKETS  CARS, WHEELS  and AXLES  BEER  POKTJ3K  Wire Rope and Supplies  Rand Gomoressors  Drills  LJARRKL,    KKG ' OH     BOTTLED  sfinial   that  the   prospector   ur ! owner of'the .Wonder.    He  says;  miuei does no!  deceive  iii'uself. it,UJ "g'-'''' w*'> V.\\n<n out   ah()U.l'C:QT ]")      D\'      TU!  thouirh he noi infrequently   does,'/' t'()"* alu.vo bedrock,  and   is  of,'  so ' ' ! t li/�� opinion that others as hi rye. , . .   p  SW, I i  The ;/big" successes in minim; "��' J"���' ls,,#l'r- wiL1 bf" ,'",m,i b"1 \ "        '  .are not, were not and will not be,' ��uro hnlli elaim^.ro w��.rl4ed oul   !      _      ,i()ttlct|   bcc,.   fo,.   f:mij|v,   use  il" specially  'C 1 if i \ (.,!.'  made* by piiyinir '-bi��" price.- for  "big-" mines, but   by   developing  v���?���^    I   '        r    ���.   ?>' wiv��Z*Z%!���r AnParts;nrTsiDKOKnFusoi\M.:NSTmcT,:i'ic()MrrATTi.;>;Tiox  J he  present   stock of gold in      ���       ���      OI m? worK1, .,; "  lhe   United   Slu'e.s  i>  stated .to      t!old has  been  discovered   on'       " ��� , '       ' ',  exceed   thai   iu   an'v   country in   the Irish estate of   the   Bail   of' ,' ' .. ,      '  ^ t       w - i  the   world:   being'  estimated   at.Arran.  S975. 15-1,iiihi which   i��  ."n.n.'i  per'  cent, of all, our  circulation  and  Writo for Estimates and Catalogues  JENCKES MACHINE CO.  , NOTES   OF   THE  LATEST  NEWS.  The bank of Eisirhmd destrov:  ISATISFACTION GUARANTEED ^'hU^o8'?  -  The larire.si'c-itv in  the  worlds  is   London,   which   has   popula-.  tion equalling ihe combined pop-I  about ;;,'>(.',1,1111> oi its   notes  evorv I  xiiM per capita of population. ' - W|v;. It). IVilhl0o ,]wm willl jUKqy |  ���-The    fastest     Transatlantic , printed ones.      One   evening  in!  s,lcamship   run, to  date"   is,  the���each week  is set  apart   for  the-"  trip ending the L5th iu.-t. of  the making o: the bonrii-e.  Kaiser   Wilhehn.   Sandy   Hook  liirbtship to Cherbourg-, France  5  day's.   20 'houi's, r>,"> minute.���  '.',I'.io-miles, an average  of  2mlAS7i;' "V-        c r>    ���     n    ,���     c-     r> .  <  , _,.     ., . ' ulation of Paris. Uerlm. Si. Pet-,  knots, or 20 miles, per Jiour. i     , ,  ,, T j  1 ' . ei-burs: and Koine...    Its streets, ,  If mine owners, who  are  new , phlcec| iu  a ro,v    vould   reach,  m the business, woulduake more : around the w.orld> k,avin��� a, bilj  cai-e in icsting iheir ores or hav- j QYvr lo[|��� ���noil���h w mich froni j  ing them tested, tind determin-; Lcmc|on U) San"Francisco,  ing from ihe.se tests  the  proper' ��� , <  ' kind'of niaclJnerylo employ' inl     TllL'   Loudon   Railway   News.  the treatment of their ores on   a,  commercial basis, fewer failures  would result.  Sick & Williams, Prop's.  CANADIAN RAND DRILL CO.  ROSSLAND,    B.    C.  1\  H. MliNDKNIIALL, Manager,  ^fj?mmmmmmmmfnmfTO!mmmmmmmmmnm?K  I N. HANSON. 1  General Merchant  s      l^ic|��or Dealer.  AND  *i  CARLIN   & DURICK  ��� , The Bonanza pocket - mine, at  .Sonera, Tiiohiiiune Co.. Cal.. is  predi'ted-wilh a production ��� exceeding Sl'.UOO.OOi). A single  j)0ckel contained more' than  i)��*.")')(),(ifJO, and'one mass weighed  $-10,000. Most of' llie gold was  taken out, wilh the use of hand  mortars.' The gold was usually  found associated with (ellurides.  generally peiziio.  Among copper deposits one of  the most remarkable in America  is thai, al Copper !5asin, eleven  miles .southwest of 1'rescotl.  Ariz. 'This deposit consists of a  bed of delritiis --lhe result of the  deg'radnlion ol lhe neighboring  hills ol granite and 'eruptive  rock, which is ceineiiled by carbonate of copper (malachite)  presumably derived from the  numerous small veins occurring  iu the underlying crystalline  rocks, 1he waters flowing from  which carry copper sulphate in  solution which has been precipitated in llie interstitial spaces  of the rlebri-.    The waters flow  commenting ou,���the receut orders  for, American , built locomotives.  ,1-ecall.s that in the early forties  there were running on the Birmingham &. (lloucester .Railway,  now par*, of the Midland system  seven American locomotives.    ,  An Ohio paper says that a kind  oi paper is made from seaweed,  'which is so transparent"!hat it  may be used instead.of glass for  windows. However true this  may be, the makers of window  glass have noi yet srono out rif  the business.  lt is doubtful'if anyone has  more gold and silver than the  Pope. Lt is declared that were  he to melt down all the medals,  chains, vessels and other objects  preserved in the Vatican, the  amount of nold obtained would  make more coins than the Avhole  of the present European circulation.  Theaverage durationof human  life is about:):! years.  One-fourth  of the inhabitants die before their  seventh yeaP. and one-half before  their seventeenth year.  Of every  I l.uoo persons, only  one  reaches  ! the aire of   ion- vears;   of  overv  ing   in   the   m-i^libonmr  cheeks j ������, (m{y ^ ^ lho a���e of  ,".  contain copper ���,   solution.   ��nd;.infl  ^   m()].(,   lh.m   ^   -m   -������  when   nt    :i   low   Mane   deposit;-,. .,        ���   ���,   ���  (1  UL '    l lives io see   the   eurhlieth   vear.  lilms of coi��i.er carbonate ou   the  TU(^   a[i(|   j,],,,!,, '"|.r���lluM���M,()���  'oodrock over wlm-1, they pa>>. (inliabil.,nts nn ',lu, i,.lube.. ()(-  For many vears scientists ��� l)l(,>(J -o.iuhi.iiihi die every year,  have claimed ilial a scries of , :���-,-���.���,<���, per' day. ."..V.tri ]ier hour,  earilwiuake- u;is always iollow- i .,]���,���; <u, )R,r minute, or three in  ed bv t'he active, v'ui'tion of <mo.,.Vl.,.y , u (i, seconds,  cirmiiiv voIc.iikhs ' W'lielheror  no! ihei-r' i-  anv   s'��-!ii|icance   in  this cannot pc,sil;vel\  iv kimwu,        . ,���-,.. ,  ,-    ,,      points in ibe lerritories reached  Kai lh-   '  la^t year tlie respe(;table aggregate of about :i:;^,()H0 tons, or approximately about a third ol   Ihe  GENERAL  Fort  Steele,  MERCHANTS  Eest  \'    ,.  Kootenay.  ^ Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lmnboor.      A large assort-,   ^S  ~~ menl of seasoned Ijimiber and Shingles always             3  S^ bn hand.                                                -Zm,  '^ DIMENSIOX* " LLarBFdi,' A      SJM3CJALTY.          3  | WflS.fl. - - - B.G.     J  Sole Agents for the  canton steel  COMPANY  Tina Steel is guaranteed to,.be erpial to Jossop's  or Firths in all  Hard RockWokk. '    '  DON'T    FORGET  The Steele House  Sole Aoext  qSolio   Agents  rs Crow's Nest Goal company  Giant Powder Gompanu.  Mining  Supplies a Specialty.  W  E  S  T  GREAT  NortHerti  Railway.  First   Class   Brands   of   Liquors   and   Cigars.       Headquarters      for      Mining'     Men. Commodious  ���0 Sample   Rooms.        Best   Cuisine* in   the  West.       Modern   Conveniences.    "  .  Home    Comforts.  D. McNeish  Proprietor.  s  T  Tiie coal output ot Anthracite,  iirtiiit.     Lei hi iridic    aud    other  bill  'I is Usii.ui V the (,',lsi  (piaK'es   base   been   of   'reijuen;  occurrence   oi   '.'te.    o:    '..uions  liar!- o!  the woi id, and \olcauoes  1 . , ��� ,   i , i,     [output ol our Province.   II is ex-  are acli\e which have been   dor-;        L ,       .   ,  ,,       .    ,,,       'peeled, a.-a re.-mli ol Iheii'rowth  .\iouni   .Li na. '' .    .  mant   lor  yeui.-.  on    lli'-  i.slaud   o;  Stcilv.     and  lol jiop'ilation in lhe Irocless (\\-  iricl- o! the Territories, thai tin  " 'I'IIK SUKVUVOH'S  CHAIN   .MAIJIO   IT TIIK SIIOHTMST  TKAXSCOXTIXKNTAI.   HOI'TIC.  Q  \\ \- tin; nio-t modern in ef|ni|ini(!i)i,:  il, i>- lho heaviest ruik'd  tine:'  il Jiiis :i i-(ii-k-liull;i--t  romllicd: it, ci-ossos no wind desort^: il, \v;c.   built,  without ;i land ���jriint or yovcriiini'iit. aid:  it. is nolcd  for coin-tcsy of ii.s  employe^: it i- tlie only line '-crvinu meal.-, on the a la carte- plan.  TllUorCIf TIIK CliAMlKS',!' S('KNKl^'  IX AMKK'K'A  15V   DAVLU.'irr.  l-'iii- l-'Oiri' K'I'KKLK and the KAH'I' KdO'l'K.YAV .MINKS. Weekly  Slimu   Irom  l\'ali-p<;U.    Slcanihoal i-Omniim:.-alien-* Irom .luiinin^-  diiriiii.' Huminer.    (Juii-lci'-l and  lie^t. roule-to all pari- ol the  United  ' Slate-,.  Ka-tiTii Canada and  Km rope.  For map-.  tieUct-and  complcle infunnat ion call or addre��� ^  neai r-t  audit   or  Commercial Hotel < ��  Baker Street. Cranbrook. B. C.  Condwcted   on   the   European   Plan  WELL    APPOINTED    CLUB    ROOMS     '  Best      Wines     and     Liquors     at     the     Bar  C.d. DIXON.CJeiiera'. Audi.  Spol.'ane    \\'a-h.  I-M.WUITXKV. Ci. I', and  rl  SI. I'anl.  .Minn.  Ala.inn    Lon.    in    'lie    Kawiiitan  ,   , i    .i . .i     'demand lor and oulpul ol coal in  islands,    are     both    active.    ,|,e ....'.  hi I let- ]j( )ii! inn |-or: h a irreal    volume   oJ    molten    la\a.   which    is  l!oU illlT   (low II   the     -lope-     Oi      the  moiinlain to 1 he   sen        W'liet her  Albei in and Saslcntcliewan will  speedily increase At present  most ol t be demand lor t lie con I  n.' lhe  Tcnilories   conies   either  ,, ....     . ; ii "ill   I.Jo.-  l"libw,i.d.s   Oi'    li'uln    Ollf-  these vol.Ciiiioe.s are .-alely v;il\ es i ������    . , ,,   .  ;.,... ��� I-. ,i    ,! side points.     I.Jut llie call lordo-  "whioh, wiien active,   relieve   lhe, ;���������",.' '  ' .'.       A   ,.    A c  ii , i mesne fuel'is-steadily inc.i;ea.sinif  p(,'iil,-uti   lnhn-nal   forces   ol. ���thej .������ ���        .      .      . .-  ... ... ���      ,������. ,    ' . . jih the.'lerritories. whose  year v  oarlh ..roinaiiis. to be seen.. !       ' '     ,   ' ������ ���'        -.  ��� - A .,,    ���...- ! denuiiid on 1he local  coal-supply  . The At'liii Wonder.  . | may ere lon^r re.ach a half a   niil-  1     A 'Victoria   niu-n   has   In.'oueht| lion   Ions.      Meanwhile ���'1 |rilish  to liijhl the hi.rii'esl   nuir'e;et. ever'j Coin m-bia"s    coal,    output     will  found in   British   (Columbia,   the I doubtless increase from the pres-  K loud i Ice .or Alaska.    The lucky lent yearly yield, of rather over, a  liiu.i was'tiiiidi-by   William . Wesf'-j million to several-million Ions..  "MUNSON NO. 2."  5^^^*J^.5^��^5*r.^(^5|feL>ife ^ 3^F=^M.^^.^^^^*^5���^c3���t>|^��:S^5^fe  The Best  Writing "Machine  tiik  oxr.v  INTERCHANGEABLE  STEEL TYPEWHEEL  ,Kle��'iiiit.l.v   llliiHt-riilcd .C'atalofi'iiu  '���'    .       -Kree.   ���   ' '-    ,  Address Edgar  A. Hill, Manufacturer, 94-96Wendell Street, Chicago  ��-���  Qi4ieei-i9s Hotel.  Two Gominodious Sample Rooms for Commercial Men  I'.Ua.AiiK 'I'UAKSKKKK'KI)  KIJKK  HOT A: COLD P, A'J'I IS.  PATHS $2 PEP DA Y,  J. 6. Greene, froorito.  GOPDBN,B. ,'C.  W  *,.���  ��/  m  ^���*��^ia����^^ rJTTE PROSPECTOR. FORT STEELE,  B. C. AUGUST li', 1<W).  *4* *���- ���#' ��|��  ��#* �����*. *i* ��|��. ���#> nt* *����� *����� *���> ai*. ������ifa *������  "���*    '��� *    *�����    1**    *������    "������    *#��   *���*    *#��    *fr*    *�����   *���*    '�����    *f��    *#*    *f  ifti. ifti. i*!i. i*i jftt jls. ife. .ife. jSa. ife. jfti. -ite-  �����" *���* iff ��? 'f* *���.�� *#* '#' *����� *t* *:���.��� *���*  **  ��Hfr  #3f  *3*  #*��  #*fr                   "|  i r  3HJ?  J'L  ������  i r  **         ^  I I  ##  i L,  ##  45?  *       *   '    ,  ,  ssscryr^rja  't'     "Sl  at'    ��� #*    a|��    fci��    kg��    ��fir    .4*    ��f     *t��     ���$'  ���;��������� ���*%��� ��:��� ��:���* *v��* *J*�� ��I��* *;*�� *��N' ���I*5  ��������� *** 't- -I* '��* '!�� *���* ��������* **�� 'C��  >4*    ��4*    aft*    at*    ��� 4*    *|r    aft��    af*     >lr    *#���>  ���J* *v�� *���!��� *���!��� ������I*- '���i* "���!������ *v�� ���***'������ ���I*  *���* *���* *t* '���* *�������� -#�� *f* -** -t* -���*  CAPITA  S  0  �����  ���*���  &  ���I-  ��������  ���*.*  ���I*  ���I"  ?���*  ~��  1     a��j  #  FORT  T  T  ehsseb  The only Government town in the District  tin  URESS OF FORT STEELE  The Hub of the  FORT STEELE  District  The Center ot  Population  Mining center of  '     ,  ' ' a '     '''  '  the district  Rich Placers on "Wild Horse, Brewery and Fisher creeks.     Since 1864 $25,000,000  c , ' ' '  in gold has been taken  put of Wild Horse.  1 ^ i f *  Sole   headquarters   for   Tracy. Wasa, Lewis, Wolf, Wild Horse, Maus   and Lost  i ��� > * * i "���    t  creeks.    The highest grade ore camp in B. C.  "        , ��� ��  Head ot Navigation on tne Kootenay River ���   . ���  Daily Stage "between Fort Steele and the Junction  i     - c '  . , '" ' ' '  The  Objeetive  Point  of  The KOOTENAY & NORTHWEST Railway, also  The  reat  Northern  Railw  Choice resident and business lots 30x99-from $100 to $250.  titles guaranteed.   JPor Pertiot^lars Apply to  Easy terms  ENT.  T  STEELE,  �� !•:  PPOSPEOTOJI, FOR'V STEELE, !>,. C. AUCPST 12. 1^')!)
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(KEAQ OFFiOI TORONTO,)
Raid     wp    Capital     $6,000,000.
ITox. lihO- A. Cox, IVe-idunr.
li.
iWAUvrc.:. (ion. Man
R:n es on Labor Day.
.\n cilrii'l is be'mg nmdc tohave
;i race meet in i<\>r\ Steele on
Labor I>.-iv, September lib. Tin-
gentlemen who'aro .n-j-sniiiiii»r J"(»i-
llu- races, say 11 lilt horse racing
will be the only 'spirts. rriiei'e
will be good j-.-icos, and good
purses Soon as llie programme
■is completed il will be made public.
s^as=3Jtttr.rs3rtC3CE.rafr»mrt?»r nmat-.p-gtjs<tf WMMwrmmxrvxi^iHi* ■
*xt tiwaj'f-'j a**.1 -i*. intrant T»JUOKwuT™r-narcj
Sterling Exchange Sought and Sold.   '    «     '
. London Agents—The Bank of Scotland
CRANBROOK BRANCH,
J. W. H. SMYTHE. Manager.
(£lj£ $}VO&p£CtCV.
SATURDAY, Al'l.T-TiT VL IXI'1.
LOCAL NEWS NOTES.
,   Angus'    Macleod   eaino   down
from Windermere on Monday.
J. "W. K. Young has gorttf to
Crow's Nest Springs for :i tein-
porary sojourn, i,
U. t-Sinns, manager of ihe Hull
River Miiiiny Company, wa- in
the city on Wednesday.
.lack Haninyton returned to
hi- homo at Victoria on Mondav
lust.
uiclie] prop-
erty ou Wild ILor-o creek i.- said
to bo -M feet wide instead  oi   2*.
, Charles R-tinere was in town
on Tuesday. He say.- am has
.boon uncovered on th<£ Owen J'eet a- stated la -t week
Sound Boy fraction lyiny; between the.' Hamlet and' Neva
claim's on Sullivan Hill.
Mr-.   A    L\   Xeis(;ii    returned
iron! her vi.-it to the   Northwest
General    Arthur   cigar-
W'ill'.s navy cut :tl Keep-.   '
i nd
i territories on Wednesday last.
A Race For Blood.     '
The following  challenge   was
sent  lo   Cranbrook  on   W'ednes-
day:
"The people of Kort Steele
offer to match (be mare Raster
Lily against Homely HajiU, for
a hali'-inile'ilash. the rave to take j
place on August :50th on the
track- al Cranbrook. They will
also bet £l<>(>'." and should the
l>eo])le of Cranbrook de.-ire to
covert his. the'money will U» deposited at oiu-e iu the Cuiiailiati
Bank of Commerce at Cranbrook."
This .challenge was- necepted
and tin- race-will lake place on
tin-date mentioned. It will be a
race for blood. The people oi
Cranbrook feel sure their horse
will win, while the Kort Steele
people are equally' certain that
the Master J ..ily will carry off the
money. Considerable money has
j been wagered mi the results.    °"
WINDERMERE
. a
Is now on  the market and LOTS are
for Sale.
WINDERMERE is the MOST ITUTUKBSQltfELY situated town in tho K\TLKE„.KAST KOOT-
KXAV  DISTINCT.
t
<t i
Situated,a.s it"is iu the CKNTJOK of the IJJGKEST Ok'ADE MTNEUAL iJELT of ilKJTISH
t i t ' ,
COLCMltlA.       Ii will be the PRINCIPAL COMMPJfCrAL. SOCIAL ami RAILROAD CENTER
of North Past ICooteiiay. <-
' r <-, , ,-,
<    - i ' '   '
0 i ■ ' f t (
THE SUPPLY POIMT for HORSE THIEF, TOBY, DUTCH r' LAW, ]JOULDfiR und NUMB RE
TWO'Crooks. . ''      ° '   . ,
I      Miss  C.    M.    H carlo    who    has-'-*-   Distinguish ad   Provincial   Oflicer
j ocon vii-uing" Iriond-in the   city! -Will Visit Fort Steele.
Mr  MoEvoy of the' Dominion j for the pa.-t  few days,   ix-tujiieirj    ,j{. "]„.   'p.    Oalbraith    loft   on
Geological Surwy. w;b oilPyrrv
creek diiritiir the wool-:, lie will
be in Fort Steele1 in a few week.-.
JiC.-pairb.ig fun nograph and
Repeating Watches our .-pociai-
tv    T1   L. Bktt^cukx. .Teweller.
to   Cranbroolc   yesterday ■ morn-
in
, .., "W   H. Siiiyrhe wa.-
on \\ (.ui.iisday.        '.
m  town
Now wall p iper at Cann'-.
C.   TI.   Klinneusuiitli   wont   to
Kimberley on Thursday.',
" Dr. rTa'onliaiiser, manager of
tho ..Watch Hospital." lias ' returned from a trip to the country, lie says that nolAvifhsrand-
ing 1he fact thai work has boon
siqppedon the No'rili Slar<branch
it has not stopped work at tho
,, watch hospital. Watches are bo-
• in» treated just' the snino as
usual. ~-      ... - ,!
A.   Mimro,   of   Vancouver,    a
< 'well known  mine   operator   was
;   iu low'il during   Ine   week.      1-1 o
paid a visit to many of the camps
iu   (be   vicinity,   and   expressed
himself as much pleased with tho
■shoeing,    but    suggested    that
'niorodevelopmeut should bo done
if it was desired lointerest capital
JMr. Mnnro left   for   N'o I son   yos-
terdiiy.
W. M. Sprague formerly ol
Korl Steele came down from
Tracy crook on Tuesday.'
;Tuesday   morning   for   Winder
 , ; more, wlioro lie has gone to moo.t
Mr.-. C H. C:ipi:i.  Mrs.  Canu   t,lt? Hon- A.. \\~. V'owoll, suporin-
und Mis.-'tklward- wont,o\er  lo'toudent of Indian affairs. Who  is
Cranbrooli; yo.-torday.       r    '       ; making his annual visitation to
\i;       \    v;    i>.-p  ,.■■   „.!,/   u     I the various  Indian   Agencies   in
.Ml.-.-   .\.-Ci.    J.>aliC\ .    Who     JKIs      ,       ,. . „„
been vi.-iting friend.- in Victoria ; lni* il'ovm^- J- ''e judge is well
for the past .-i.\" wei^ks. will re-. <lntl fa\rorably known in this sec-
l urn home today. , ' tion. wb.ere he was formerly gold
,      <.,,      ,"~ ,    'connnissioner for East and "West
Joe   laf'iihau.-er   went 'to   the'i-    . , ■   ^
upper St. .Marv's on  Thm-sdav ' NOOtU^": hls first ^'Ponifment
LL,. "    dating back  to   IS7L.  ,  He  was
Mr. .Kellogg, superintendent j afterwards made gold coinmis-
of the North Star mine, wa.-, iu!sioiier in Cassiar. and wassubse-
Knvn on Thursday. • f        qiiently transferred to' East and
Howard Chapman,   represent    Wesl K'oc,1«nay- WbGi'c h«  hold
ing Anies "Holden Cos Victoria office during the construction, of
branch store, was in  town  during the week looking,after trade
in boots and shoes. ,  ■<
Large Lots
Wide Streets
(.*■ i
TERMS
PRICES RANGE FROM
825,00 TO $200
FOR FULL PARTICULARS ADDRESS
Remember Kershaw's for fresh
the Canadian Pacific railway
through the Selkirk's. ' ' During
thc period he'-rendered valuable
and lasting services to thevBro-
H. P? COLLETT,
Windermere, B. G.
fruits:   Pears.   Peaches.   Plums.   Vlll('a
liananas. Tomatoes. Oranges and
rjomons.
E .1. Walsh says Rossland is a
splendid city.0 and that iis citizens are royal enlertainers.
.The Port Steele public school
will open on Monday next for
tho fall term. A full'attendance
i.s desired.
Uowill accompany Mr. Galbraith on his return to Fort
Steele, arriving early next week.
TJiere is a. demand says the Edmonton Post, for poultry in the
Kootenay. The other day Mr.
!<\ A. Richardson 1:01 an order
for some and the following instructions were sent bv telegraph
'•Ship regardless of age. color or
previous condition.- of servi i
tude."
It is said that cobalt has been
round with ton miles 'of Port
Steele. ■
Dr.' Douglas Corsan returned
from Trail on Thursday accompanied by his family.
Quite a number of Port Steele
people went over to Cranbrook
to attend tho circus vo.-terdav.
Mineral Act,  1896.
(Kohm F.J
Oeorue Leva-sour of Pernio
has resigned his office of justice
of pence, to whicrli he wa.-recent-
Jy appointed.
Several pack outfit.-   went   upj
Perry'creelc this week. j
Thc Port Steele district i- not
the only   one   from   which   com
plaint-are   made  of .inaderiuate
appropriations'   for    road-   and
trail.-       Everywhere   in    K'oole-
K. .1, Higbye of ihoc JJroiiiier
Hotel. Sheep crook, arrived in
town on Thursday evening accompanied bv hi.- wife.
Cciiijifite- of Im prareiiirnts.
NOTICE.
"ThulJIue P()iL-i-.""Tho Win-el ot I'oilune.
■ Tliu Msuul."-Tliu.Xmsloi'  .Hid   "Itlui;' J'ctor
l-'i'.iclimi '  Jluioiiil  C'liimis siiu.-iic in Uiu Korl
Sicoh: MinwiK DiMSKin of Soulli lO.ist Isooicn.i.v
Dislricl.
Wlicic lucalcd:—On Allsi Citck. loin- nulo
froi.i hi-iiil or Si. Mili-.v's'r.itkc.
Tnku nnlK-G  llml  I   Clo nl    HuiiKCi loul
Pollen Kicc Minor's C'ertilU'jiU' Xo   l|-Ji:iii   in
U'liil. sixty <iiiys fioni the <liuo lioivof io appl.\
to the Mining llcuordcr foi n iVi-ulk-atu of 1m-
pi-oveniL'iits. for the pin-pose of olit.-iinin^ Ciown
C! r.mts of lhe :il>ove c-Uim.s
And ftirtliur t.iWo nolieu llmt uriinn. under
section :I7. nin-t lie voniiiionroil lielore the issu -
siiicu of siieli Certilienle of lnipro\enieiils.
IJ.ited lliis IHIi da.v ol Aumisi. IWO
:e-IO   CI.K.MKXT Ulj.VliKRKOIlll POI.I.K.V.
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o
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^r
We are Manufacturers and direct Importers, and carry a
large stock of Balanc.es. Punuiccs, Fire Clay Goods, Scientific
and Practical Books. Glassware. JPlatinum Goods, Acids.
Chemicals, and all other Assayers' and Miners' requirements!-
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NORTH   STAR  LODGE,
i.'Okt s'i'KKia:. ii e.
U.  D, to
A.  F. AND A. M.       G. R. B. C.
HoMiiIsir iiiui-iiiii:-.—Ni Tuesday in each
nionili at eWit oVIoel;. Visiiinp lli-ethein arc
conliiilly invitetl.
A. W. Hm:a'm>i.u,. Seeiet.u-y.
nay and Yah.1 tb<
i.-'lllilde
H.    L.    Ciimiuiiin   and
Caldwell went up to Pel
U. Granger proprietor   of  the
hotel at Canal Plat is in town.
j     John Taylor of Spokaneisrog-
j i-tered ai the Windsor.
C. S. Sears   o!   (Ji'and   Pork".-,
\\. ('.. is registered at  the  International       Mr. Sears is interested in real estate in this  district,
aine com plaint i —
|     Duriuir the di-cussion   ol   the
subject oi road.- and trails at the
II.   .1. ! Itossland convention. R'.I'. "Walsh
creek'of thi-city said in the course of
on Wednesday to survey several i bi- reinark.-. ''That it was about
mining  claims
Vouna'.
tor
J.     WA
ffon. George J^. Jligeio^. may
oi" ot   Nelson   before   incorporation, wa.- a   vi-itor   in   town   on
Tuesday. ' ', . • u
K. C. Miller was   the   successful bidder for hauling -coal .from
':' thc .Junction to  Pcirt.  Steele" .for
'I ,fhe M'at.er Worlcs Coinpany.
'.).' A. Harvey .and E.'J. "Walsh
retiirnetl from'.Rossla.iid. on  Sun-
' Hny. -',,-.
E. (..'. Smith and family left on
Monday for Edgewood farm on
the banks of Mirror lake. They
•will return today.     ;
time lor ihe (Jovernment to
ibandon deep sea politics and
imake liberal appropriations lor
road.-, and trails ihrouishoul Hie
l'ro\ ince.
. Ste\'e, Young, roturticdo fro'in
Windei'inere tin Thursday. . Mr.
Young brings iny a, report 'of a.
la.rire .si rik*- of rich ore on' Horse
Tli'ief creek. •■.;.-.
The attention of mi lie" owners
is. called to the fact that ore
.specimens for the Paris exhibir
tion in list be in by the 1'Oth of
August.     -. ,.| .
•   'I:    ■' -      '.-'       .    '"  ■''    . ■'
"' READ.
THE PROSPECTOR.
Mineral Act,   1896.
(Kohm K.)
(.'erli/iri/hrtij' Impi-oreiiienlt,.
NOTICE.
'I'lie "Mystery" .Minnill (Jlnim situate in tlie
l-'ort Steele Minlii!,' Division of South I'.nst
l\ooten;iy In'sti-iet.
Wlu'ie IiH-nteil- On .\lkl Creel, IMj miles
fioni lie.ul of si. M.iiy s l.iiko.
T.ike nollet' tlml I ('lenient Ilmi^ei lord
I'ollen. K. M. C. N'o. I I2I.IH acent for Koliert
Ui-uiii Kiee Miner's Cenllle.ite No mnisii ,luh
•Jnd, intend, sixty d.iys Irom tho dine heieof to
upplv to lhe Mining Ilecoidei for :i C'eitille.ite
of liiiprmviiiriit-. fm tlie pinpuso of ulitiiiinn^
.1 Cioun (ii.uil of the .ilinvu elaini
And fuillnT tnke notiee lh.it iietion. under
st ctioii .'!,. must l»c eoininoneed hrfoie the issu-
.inee of such C'-rtilleiite of liii|iro\eiiicnts
Duted tins !Hli d.i vol Auxiisl. 1SSW.
.',i-|(i   ('hhMKXT lIL-NUKHKOlil) 1'OI.I.KN.
Certiflcato of Inijirovements.
The
Waldorf
l-UKT S'IKKt.h  IJKV-Kl.lil>Mi:N-|'SrNIMt,ATK l>Tt>
l.'is Lfiideiilntll Slieet. London. Kii.'linic!.
N. A. WALLINGER, FORT STEELE.
° l'OST OKPlfa-; no.V.s
FERNIE, B. C.     OLD TOWN.
SPJ-dCN'DJD ACCOiMMCDATLO^S      ' .«
Sample Rooms for Commercial Men
No Traveller Should Pass the Door.
The trail runs within ten foot of tho house.      Cood
IJarn and plenty of hay and grain.     If you patroiii/.o the
H.
Waldorf you will never regret it.
A.   KANOUSB,    -
-    Proprietor.
NOTICE.
The '-.Moliieiin ' Minei.il Oliilin situ.He in
tin1 Km I Steele Mining lli\lslnn or Cist Koni-
i'liay l.listriet.      -   -      '       '   ■„'
Where loeiited:- 'iii.-iii-Murk CreeU.
'I'nhe; notiee Llnit. I .litnie.s A. Iliirvey.   nielli
■for l.iiwreiici.. (looilnere l-'ree Miner's C'eri,ille;iie
N'o, "l*mn\." intend, sixty diiys Iniin   thediile.
lien.-ijf. to -iippl.v tothe   M luliii.'   llei.-orilor fur a
('erl.lllciil.... of liii|iroreiiiiMits.   for  Hie   piirpnsi;'
of olii.iilniii^ ii (.'iokii Oi-iiiiI. of tlie nliove. iilalm.
And further l*ke notiee linit   iietion. under
Sue.l.iiiii •!". inusi iM^coiimieuei-d'liefore the l.s.v'i-
iiitee of such <,'ei-tlllnite of liiiprovcinents.
,",    •'• -V  HAKVKV.
I»itled this »ili ilny of a.iikiini.. isdii.    :n-w
•     READ.
THE PROSPECTOR.
LAKE & CO.
— Healers    In —
General Mercliandise
■'■■'.:■.; .■.;".'.. ■■■Xthelmar; -b. g. '  ■, ■■";■ ■-/'; '
Prospectors   Supplies   a   Specialty
CiKOCKUbPS. ,11 A K DWAKP. CLOTH INC. HOOTS and SHOPS.
T UOM A S    M c V I T T J E
JF*.U.S.   ^   CO.
..  I^ort Steele B.C.
//. /.. CI'M M I A'S.
■ '     /'. /,. <S'.   ,1- (J. /J.,
Port Steele li.C.
IV. 11. Ifess 11. w. lli.iciiMKH.
ROSS& IIJiRCIIMJiR.
I3;irristcns      -      -      Solicitors
NOTARIES PUBLIC
CONVEYANCERS. . -
Fort   Steele,   II.   0
X.    EDE
LAKDS and MINES
NOTARY  PUHLIC
CONVEYANCEK
Fort Steele,      - B. C.
Geo. S. MeCiirter. ■ .-  ;; .   ■   j, AAjln-rvey
HARVEY & McCARTER
Public,
Barristers,   Solicitors,   A'tHttria
. I    Conrci/imccrs etc.
FOUT HVKlilAiYAi: V.
KKVISr^STOicK, STATION und C!0U.>EN-
COLLECTIONS'.-    PROMPTLY      MADE.
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