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 Library of Leg Abb  iL  ���ZnTjjTUflnjKiyyruvvyiyx^^ v.  .MINKUAI.   I'ISOOUOTlON   OK  51 fort sTKicr.i-: mining division  I.N*   1900     $2,746,869  ^uuuuiluijijiju\ruu\jij\jijuix\i\ju^  m��t��i  5      .\rjxi:t;.\i.  PirnnrcTiON ok     (5  C        1-iJJJTIsjf i'OJ.i-.mhia   JN"  l��/0       i5  ��, $16,-307,645 |j  ' #\JUU\J\J\IUUUTSlS\JlSinjTJUlSlJTjiSli% i"  Voi.  7.  EORT STEELE, B. C,  SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1.901.  No 34.  New Advertisements To-aay.  Notice-.I.S. rai-kvr ensi:'  IIukIi \V:iU, M.D.. QuuraiitiiieOfllcei'.  .     "     '  Victoria Diamond  Jubilee  Hospital.  Mu.  Editok  Dear Sir:���  Since    , tnkiii.tr     over      Hie  Mafronship of the above 'named  Hospital   I   have   met    with   so  many kind ���responses to  appeals  for assistance to help along my  'work  Mint- I   wish ��� through the  medium of your paper to  extend  my   most, grateful   thanks to all  those who have so ably done so.  1   have  furnished   two  wards  iind renovated the  whole, build-  in*? at a  cost of &500, of which  , pari, was donated and part earnings.    I also have been   assisted  .   by our Secretary, Mr.  Smith, in  securing   a    large  .donation   of  - drugs    from   Henderson   Bros.  ���Wo have also  received   a most  liberal .grant  from   the government, which  will  pnable. me to  put the liospital in good sanitary  ,and comfortable conditions.     It,  may  seem   to  outsiders   a, great  deal to have been given, but any  who have  had  the  expenses of  sickness   in   their   homes   know  something of  what it costs for  the comfort *of those who   are  r   helpless, and when a number are  at'the   mercy  of those who can  help  by   their  loving caro^ and  attention,    even     that . ,is . not  .  enough,   so  many   little   things  * often -of   the'   most   expensive  o nature are required   to help  re-  store "'strength' and life. To those  also   who   have', devoted    their  lives  to  waft on  such  is due^a  , cheering word, and-sympathy .to  help  theni "in "'their good. work.  , When a nurse^"dons'the -cap  and  .   apron  that is not what makes a  nurse, but a heart that can' lend  its love to'its fellow creatines, a  willingness to devote< hours of  weariness, to -alleviate  the dis,-  tress of others as well as i.s .pos-  ' siblo.to  be done  by the gentle  hand of kindness.     So they also  ' should be remembered in  cheering ways and helping hands outk-,  side the hospital walls.  All donations will be received  with thanks, .such as flowers,  reading matter, old linen, etc.  While f thank the public for all  past favors, I still ask to be remembered.  Unfortunately,   when   I    took  charge   of   the    hospital   there  were- two  patients  upon  whom  death   had   already    placed   its  mark, Mrs. Di.nick and Mr. Mac-  Millain,   who  in  their last days  have been given  every comfort  and attention it was  possible   to  bestow,. have  passed   from    us.  .Other . patients      have      been  .successfully  treated,   and   have  returned totheir   former  places  in   life.      Two   weeks  ago   Mr.  Chammings was brought at midnight   with-a   compound   com-  mutated   fracture of  the ankle.  We, are  pleased   to report that,  under tlie  skilfull   treatment,  of  Dr. Watt, the fracture is uniting  satisfactorily, and we hope   that  shortly you   will learn   of   his  complete recovery.  This week the hum of busy  workmen pleasantly greets our  ears, for we know that the  carpenters are at work upon the  Miller, Vegetables: - Mr. Miller,  tea;. Mrs , Bininore, tea: Mrs.  Ellon, honey, etc.: Mrs Level 1.  towels and fruit; ��Mrs. Fraser,  vegetables; Mrs. Margett. milk:  Mrs. Calbrnilh, milk and ogn's:  Mr. Carlin. water barrel: Mr.  Orassick, screen; Mr. Harvey  ���?."���;" Mr: T. (!. Ar'msi mug, $1:  Mrs: .lames , Clark, reading  matter: Henderson Bros. I'or  their liberal donation of drugs.  Miss Foi.son. '  August 20th, 1001.   .        '  silver,  ' which  MINERAL FLOAT  4  Inevitable,  would of   course,  ���**-iii-2*iii-$-*~n****-ii*-*wr  James Cam MnoMilliiiii. ���'  On Tuesday ' we laid at rest  James Cam MacMillain one of  the "old 'timers" ,of ,the west.  After a lingering illness of four  months, he passed away in (he  Diamond Jubilee' Hospital - on  Sunday August \H\h. Had he  lived  one day,'more,   he would  i ( '* - 1    ii  have celebrated his-sixty-ninth  birthday. Ho was born in Duni.-  fries, Scotland, and came, to  America.in the'early -liftics and  settled, for a time in California.,  Ho afterwards engaged in mining operations,in, Mexico: from  there he came to British Columbia and located for several years  in, Cariboo.,',' Arriving, in this  country with the first comers,  where he has seen the rise,, and  development bf" tho towns and  mining industries of tho Kootenays, he has, during ' the past  half dozen years,' been engaged  in tunneling on, the Wild Horse  crock with the hope of finding  the old. channel with large deposits of gold.      It .adds- pathos  to the memory of our departed  \. tf" s  friend to know that death overtook him ere his hope" was  realized. "... * '        ���   .  Although, no kindred*'wore  present to mourn tiie departed,  yet'the many comrades grieve in.  heart for a friend; who. iu his  life, was a, true man; respected  by all and esteemed by' those  who knew him be&t.  Mr. MacMillain had for many  years been a master mason, and  the funeral was under tho  auspices of North Star Lodge  A. P. & A. M. ��� JRev. Mr. -Reid  conducted the usual religious  services, and the masons with  impressive ceremonies laid the  body away to rest. Tho floral  offering was beautiful, a loving  tribute of'friends.  iany  deem   in-  reenergize the mining industry.   '  The Star group, situate on the  At.no  lime  in  the history of j divide   between   iioulder .creek  South Fast Kootenay has   there|an(j Bull river is being developed  by Spokane parties.  Sullivan  stock  is  now worth  ���nnnnnTTrrTTTTTmTTTTTTTTTTTTnnTTfTTTTTT*'^  e. i" 3  I In Tunnel and Stope 3  been better opportunities for ac  ([Hiring good mining properties.  '-   The   lead  question   is   simply  one of supply-and demand.  The extent to which the  Kdotenays' is'mineralized is'a  surprise to visit ing'mining men.  Outside mining men are   visit-  the  eleven cents. The boost was  started on Monday, and since  that time the stock has made a  jump of three'cents.  a,   small  Society  The long cross-cut tunnel  over 200  feel.    "It is said  MOYIE NEWS.  L'l'Oin Oni' Own GiitTusiioiitlriit  SOCIETY   CIIIiL.  Charles   Farrel    has-  force at  work  on   the  Girl,  is  in  that, tliis tunnel will have   to' bo  ( u  driven' iu lhe neighborhood of  eight or nine hundred feel, before  the vein is struck".  ST.   ���������IH'KM'.  There is practically no change  in the situation n,1 I he St. Eugene  Tho shaft in the Lake Shore  tunnel is still going down. It is  rumored that operation's will  commence, on the St. Eugene  about tho middle of September.  Some 70 to SO men are still engaged in development work*.  much needed outbuildings. We  are also to have a few alterations  within the house, so as to provide a bath room, presses and  nurses quarters. It is our hope  that, before many days pass, we  shall have a liospital in Fort  Steele unsurpassed in accommodation and equipment, by any  other in the Kootenays.  Thanking you, Mr. Editor, for  your 'valuable space, T remain  Vonrs sineerely. . j  Miss Folson.      - !  Donations Received. I  Mrs.   Armstrong,   fruit;   Mrs. i  The Big Kootenay Fair.  The management of the East  Kootenay Exhibition coming off  in Cranbrook on" September L'fith  to .''7th are anxious to have a  trade exhibit: free space will be  allotted to any merchant or manufacturer who desires to exhibit  and advertise his business.'  This will be a good opportunity to exploit special lines of  business. And enough sales  should be ell'ecled on the ground  to pay all expenses of the exhibitor.  Application for space and  further information should be  sent to  v   Ak WkMcViTTiic, Manager.  ing  the, mining    camps  in  vicinity of Port Steele.  Some,'beautiful specimens of  gold quartz'Troiii the Badger and  Red Mountain, claims, situate on  Perry creek, has been .received,,  it'will make a handsome addition  to Till'" PiiOSmcCTOK cabinet!  Adam,Wise,has been working  oil; a property situate near  Isadore Canyon. It is said to be  looking well.'   "        c  The mountain range near the  town-of Fort Steele' is ..highly  mineralized and displays a( large  number of quartz veins.  The newspaper press ��� is an  eternal spring oi good mining  stories, and the fact shows the  lively general interest-in the  mining industry.,  Tho strike in tho steel trades,  both'in 'coast cities and.in the  oast, i.s dealing a xovy hard.blow  to the mining industry of, the  north-west. -       '' J*  The deep placers ,ou Perry  creek are  about  to receive do:  served  attention   from   eastern  ��� i  capital. '���    ,     ������' , -    *   '  ,The copper industry of-this  "district is comparatively in its'  infancy;" -'-'but'-" vjith adequate  means of transportation it will  grow, rapidly. *  ��� in  paying   for   lead*1 ore  the  smelter makes a deduction-of   10  .     - - -I  per cenkfrom lhe a'ssay value of  the lead, and pays at the market'  price.  Many mining enterprises  worthy of the highest confidence  of,the public interested iu mining, ��� have been hampered or  turned' down by the parasitic  kicker.  In this district there are many  square miles w.hcro the foot of  man has never trod.  When  the   Kootenay   Central  Railway is constructed:- then the  Fort    Sleele    district   will   go  to   the  front  with  continue  the  mineral   production  of   the  province.  Owing lo the lack of transportation facilities the copper properties on the St., Mary's river  are not being developed as  rapidly as they should be.  'The future-of the mines on  Boulder creek, a tributary of  Wild T-lorso creek, are very  promising.  Jt is reported that the plans  for a smelter in the Kootenay  valley are rapidly being completed.  , The Estella mine presents  d scene of groat, activity, the  blocking out of quantifies of ore  and development work is pro-  grossing.  l'n the Sand creek and -Rlk  rivcr districts there i.s considerable mining activity.  E. C. Smith visited the Bull  river iron mines last, week. He  says that if is the largest proposition of its kind in British  Columbia.  Mineral veins span the country  from the foothills to the crest of  the Rocky Mountains offering  unlimited opportunities to lhe  prospector.  The  reaction. iii  the price of  .ryyyvvyiji/vviivuvviiy^ixffruwinj'  Late TelerjraDliic News if  a bound and  c>  to   hold   first  place in  Sperial inTHKI'itoMPEcroK  SEWEM.'S COM1NC.     ��    .. .     '  ..   Antwerp,    Aug.     24.���United  Stales ��� Senator Sewell,  of New  Jersey, sailed today for his home  in America.  MONMOUTH, COkNTY   HOUNDS.  Newport. R. I., Aug. 24.���The  meet of the Monmouth'County  Hounds occurred here today and  will.continue three days of each  week until October Ik  MKN  OF  TFIE  AXE.  Tacoma. Wash.. Aug. "24.���A  convention of Woodmen ' of the  World is being held in this/ city  at whiclKare present represents)^  fives' from thirty camps in this'  part of the state. At least 4,000  members of the order are' here.  A .big parade will occur this  afternoon. , ���  HOBOrCEX  KE(-ATTA.  ��� Hobbkcii, N. J., Aug. 2;\���Tlie  annual regatta of the Hoboken  Amateur Rowing" Association  comeSiOft' today ovei the Gutenberg course: The events, including all that are customary, will  be open-to-the members of any  boat club.- -The representation  is much above the average.  ' Washington, D. C, Aug. 22.���  His Majesty fs, Consul Vansittart  at New. Orleans, is "again in  trouble through too much talking. He charges that he has  been-mis-reported aud says that  he expects the State Department  to accept this explanation of the  situation and refrain from revoking his exequator. The "matter,  however, it is said, will not be  allowed to rest.^ His outbreak  grew directly out of the attempt  of the Boer sympathizers to  dynamite the steamship Mechanician, which was about to sail  for South-Africa with a cargo of  mules for the British Government. As another result of his  injudicious    talking,   the   Boer  MASTODON.  Mr. J. Walsh has returned to  Fort Sleele, from Perry creek,  where he has been engaged in  doing ��� the annual assessment  work,, on the Mastodon mineral  claim which is situated on the  east side of Perry creek, about  two miles above the old shaft.  Development work on the property consists of one tunnel some  35 -feet in length, running  through schist , and ��� slate, wiin  stringers of quartz'in the same.  A shaft is down eight feet, an  open cut has been run for a distance of some Ui feet. Two leads  traverse the claim, one is about  20 feet west'of the funnel, the  other just above the tunnel. It  is, 'expected that when the  present tunnel i.s driven some  ten' or twenty feet further the  vein will be encountered. The  ore is a gold bearing "quartz,  '|free milling", from which  colors can be obtained, by  panning.      .  The owners will crown grant  the ,, property Mil the ��� near  future.  ST. MARY'S   DISTRICT.    ,   ,  Wm. Forsyth and T. Ray, left  on Wednesday with a large out-,  tit, they were bound for the St.  Mary's river district, and will  work on a' numbc-r-oifclaikris in  that vicinity.-owned by eastern  capitalists.     > .'  KITOirKNER-lRON*   BEDS.,  . ' ' ,'    -  The closing of the deal for the  large iron J>eds near -Kitchener  will play ari\important .part in  the development of this district.  The'���final payment of #80;000  was made last wei.de. The property includes a1'group of , la  claims, it is a'1-bed of hematite  averaging (io to (').">% iron', and  runs through" the group. ' The  bed is from ."id fo 200 feet in  width, situated between granite  walls.      ' *  Star mine, and fho Diiectors of  the Sullivan mine, aud it is re-  -ported-thawi conclusion has been  arrived at."  The whole mining industry of  the district would be favorably  a Hoc ted by the construction of a  smelter at this point.  J'l'-JRRV  CRIZFAi.  The Thompson outfit; will commence operations on their placer  claim situated on Perry creek  next week. Tlie water wheel is "  now completed, the flume"will be  finished today, pump i.s placed  in position, ihu hoist is in, in  fact everything is in readiness  for active operations. It is well  worth a trip to' Perry creek to  see the large anion nt of develop'-  ment and improvements which  have been done on this property.  RICH GOID STRIKE.  agent, General ., Pearson, has  brought suit against him for  #50,000 for libel. Mr. Vansittart  publicly accused General Pearson of being instrumental0 in  bringing about the explosion,  without having a tittle of evidence lo support him.  Phillipps Notes.  Phillipps, Aug. 21 ���Work on  the construction of the Great  Northern line from Jennings to  the boundary is well under way.  the right of way is cleared and  grading has commenced at  points along the line.-  The line north of the boundary  has been surveyed and construction will commence about September 20th.  The steamers North Star aud  J D Farrel 1 are making regular  trips a.s far north as Crow's Nest,  Landing.  The C. P. K. have laid out a  lownsite at the boundary near  the Kootenay river.  Contractors are looking over  the Crow's Nest line preparatory  to estimating on contracts.  A large number of tent.-s hnvo  been pitched in the neighborhood of Elko to accommodate  the new arrivals1.     ���  SUJ.I.IVAN.  " Reports received from Spokane are to the effect that the  Sullivan mine will soon be in  active operation. It is said that  arrangements have been completed for the erection of a  smelter f.o treat the ores of the  Sullivan and North Stiar mines.  The capital of the Sullivan will  be increased from #2.f)00,000 to  #3.000,000 in order to provide  means for the construction of a  smelter and improvements for  the further and more rapid development of the miue.  SUNRISE   AND   SL'NSKT.  The assessment work on the  above claims has been completed. , A tunnel has been drove 111  feet. The claims are situated on  Lewis creek.  MONTANA.  Messrs Bain and Shira have  completed the assessment work-  on the Montana. The funnel i.s  now in f)7 feet. The ore in the  tunnel is a copper carrying  galena.  IOWA.  Mr. Howell is sfilkhammeriug  away on the Iowa, the tunnel is  in l.'i feet, there i.s a good showing of galena ore.  Will Build a Smelter.  Frank Uogan who was in (own  on Wednesday says: "There is  no doubt but that a smeller will  be erected in the near future on  Mark creek. The smelter will  be constructed either at the  lower falls in the vicinity of  Marysville. or at a point near  the upper falls in tlie neighborhood of the mines. A conference  has been held with Mann *fc Mackenzie, the owners of the North  The   Follow Me, Group   Situated   on  Perry   Creek  Is   Where   the  Discovery Was Made.  Hank Ellcr and ' Dan Munroe  have made a rich strike  of gold  quartz on the Follow Me group,  situate on Perry creek.  '-Early last week Messrs Eller  and Munroe returned to Steele  from Perry Creole ' and reported  that they had a very promising  property- on Perry, creek, they-  emphasized tlie statement by  showing sample'- of quartz , containing free gold. On Wednesday of last week-, after securing  supplies, they returned to Perry  creelc to further prospect',and'  develop their claims.      '   ',  Tuesday     William"'' Kidd   re-'-  turned from Perry .c'reofe  bringing in-a report that Messrs*Eller  and Munroe had .struck' the rich-'14  est vein of gold ore  ever   found,  in  South East  ICootenay.      On  returning to the claim Eller'.and  Munroe commenced sinking near  the center of a, big ledge/ that is  from 40 to :">0 feel in width.      On  Thursday' the-sha.lt had  reached  a depth of ten to twelve fee\ lhe<  last shots  tired  oxposed  quartz  containing   a   larg-e   amount of'  gold   visible   to -lhe eye, as Mr!  Kidd  expressed il.   '-Jt is lousy  with  gold".      Thu  .shaft is 5 by,  0 feet, and   in   the bottom  gold  can     be    soun     sparkling     all .  through   the   quartz.      Further  development  will determine  as  to whether the strike is a pocket  or  the  quartz   will   cany   high  values across the vein.    The big  ledge is  lying'between'walls of'  slate and syenite.  Matters of,Interest.  ��� It seems well settled that  Nelson will be the site for the  lead rolinery to be built iu the  Kootenays' under bonus from the  Dominion Government.   \  The construction of the Crow's  Nest Southern railway, with its  branch lines to points in the  Port Steele district 'will be an  important factor in the mining  situation and conditions iu this  district.  The construction of a smelter  and lead rolinery i.s under consideration.  The Wild Horse and St.  Mary's districts will bo benefitted  by these contemplated improvements, for there will be'a strong  demand for dry ores to mix with  the wet ores from flic Sullivan  and North Star mines.  Business at Fort Steele.  Trade at Wort Nicole is good,  and our merchants are preparing for a busy fall. Carlin &  Duriok. during the past week  have shipped a large amount of  supplies to Perry creek, Kimberley, Tracy and Wild Horse creek  Marysville and Klko. The Elko  shipment included two wagons.  c-  >i -���'si  THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. C, AUGUST 24, 1001.  lLSTAHI-ISHKn     IftftS  A.  13. Grace,  PUBLISHER    AND    EDITOR.  THE PROSPECTOR, is published  every .Saturday, and has a guaranteed  circulation larger Ihaii-any other paper  In East Kootenay. It is all home Printed  and contains double the news of :ui>  other paper in the district.  As an  advertising medium it  is un  excelled.  Devoted to the upbuilding of Fori Steele, the  development or the vast mineial resources of  tlie East Kootenay mininf: district.  Subscriptions 5200 per year  Advertising rates made known on application.  Contributions are solicited from all parts of the  district, but all matter intended for publication  must have the writer's signature.  TLIIC PAPF-R Is kept on tile at theadver-  ini��J rnrt.Il tisinfiageucr nl Alaxauder  iCo., Suite F.. First National liaiil: Uuildinf.',  Spokane Wash., whore contracts can be mane  .'or it.  peciors   into   the   mountains  search of this product.  in  "When the Montana and Ureal  Northern Railway is completed,  a smelter will be erected at some  point in the Kootenay valley.  Headauarters  for mining   and   Commercial  IKEexi  MlXKltAL. ACT, ISM.  (FUIIM   K.)  CKUTIFIOATK  OF 1MPKO VKJIKNTS.  ���ntotice.  <"��  This Paper  is    kept    on   tile  at   E.   C.  D A K B ' S Ailvprtis inn  Agency. 64 and on Merchants kxchaKce, dan  Francisco. California, where contract-, tor advertising can be made for il.  , ���  Thie Dgnnp IskeptonIile-.it the A. Melius rdJJCI Kim & Co. Xeuspiipcr AJ-  vetising Agency. .Montreal, where contract-,  for advertising can be madf for it  J. HIS   X cl   'Cl    Grtham .v.   CM'*-  book  store, Spokane. Wash.  ��h�� tyvogpettov  SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1901.  "No  Enemies  to Punish-r-No  ��� Special Friends to Serve,,"  W EAD ores in- this district  1 ^ are in most cases - of a  high grade. 55 to (50%, lead, and  from 30 to '45 ounces in silver  -'with a small percentagq in, gold.  With the cost of transportation  of coal, coke and ' ores brousrht  to a minimum and with self-fluxing ores-of a'high value, the cost  of treatment of lead ores should  leave a good margin for the  mine owner,  " -k        *        *  There is also every indication  that there are a large amount "of  different grades of ore, in -the  district that can be treated here  in the Kootenay valley with .less  cost than any other district in  British Columbia.  ���x    ' x     -x  i  Do railways , make money":'  There is ,little question about  that, even though in this  -province where the .population  is small and sparce and, tho, distances are long. It is the opinion  of well informed-parties that the  Crow's Nest Branch is tho best  paying-, division of the C. P. R.-  system.  X-       -X-        X-  British Columbia will bo the  Ontario of the west when the  energy of present aud future  population have developed the  immense resources of her forest  field,and mine.  ���X -X-        *  It is very doubtful if any  district  of     British.   Columbia   is  attracting  more 'attention   than  the Fort Steele district,  x-     ���/.    .-x-  Everything seems to indicate  that British Columbia is on the  threslihold of a n8w era.  :<���"     *   ' -x  Mining men and prospectors  of experience-have'found that  the mineral resources of the  "Fort Steele district are all right.  MIDAS"    MINERAL   CLAIMS.  Situate in the Fort .Steele Mining Division  of l-2a-.l ICootenay DKtiict'.  Where located: On Uoulili-r Creek, a Tributary ot Wild Ilor-e Creek.  . Take iiolico that I, William It. Koss, Fret)  Miner. Agent for 1*. C. Andrews Free Miner,  K. J. McKtyizie Free .Miner and H. 11. Ilrowiie  Free Miner, intend si\ty days ft oni the date  hereof, to apply to tho Mining Recorder for a'  CVituicate ot Improvements, for the purpose  uf ulit.lining a Ciowu Cram of the above  claim.  Anil further take notice tli.u action under  section ."7. must be commenced before the issuance of such Certilic.ite of Impiovcmcnts.  Dated this Stli iluv of August, l'JOl.  :i-->- W. K. KOSS.  The  Notice (to Delinquent Co-owners.  To Stephen Young, or to any peison or  persons to whom lie or they >may have transfer! ed his interest in the "Piospeeioi 's Dieuui"  mmi'ial claim, situate at Weaver creek, in the  Fort Steele mining division of Kast Koolcniiy  and recorded in.the Uecorder's office at Fort  Steele., ' .  Vou aud each of you aie hereby notified  that I have expended since August 10th" lSi>7,  four hundred "dollars iu labor and improvements upon the above mentioned mineial claim  under tlit'.provisions of the Mineral Act. And  if within ninety days from the date of this,  notice jou fail, or refuse to contribute your  portion of such expenditure together with all  costs of jilVerUsir,g. your interest iu said cla mi  will become the property of the subscriber  unaer Section ���* of an Act eutnled "An Act to  Amend the Mineral Act, lWil".  Saul portion o^expenditure to  be  paid  to  subseriberat Fort Steele.  J. S. U-AKKIOH.  Dated   at   Fort  Steele   thw  lyth  day  or  Augus-t. 1901. '  All    Modern     Conveniences  FORT    STEELE,   B.   C.  Large   Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial "Men.  ^  CARLIN  & DURICK  MERCHANTS   GENERAL  RECOMMENDED-' BY PHYSICIANS,   j  Pond's Extract I  Over fiftv years a household remedy  for Hums, Kprams. Wounik, l'ritisva  f'oiiglis. Colds r.ml ail accident-: Iin'  ble to occur in everv lionle.   |r��-S��--*^5?  CAUTION-Thereiscniy  , one Pond's Extract.    Be  sure you get the genuine,  sold only in sealed bottles  in buff wrappers.  Fort  ATTHE WINDSQR  Table   Board   at the Windsor  has boon reduced to $1 per day. ���  ' Single Meals 3H cents  Chicken Dinner  Kverv Sundav  r)0 cents  Steele,  m  Eesr  Kootenay  McBride Bro's.  I* , ,  SIM t Heavy Hardware   ���  T  N  ���  W  MOORES      %  Sole A lie Ills for the  canton steel  COMPANY  This Steei: is.guaranteed to be equal to Jossop's or Firths in all  ���' ,'IIard Kocic Wottrc.  SOLK ACENTS  crow's Nest Goal cb���  -r A I ' , ~      '  Giant' Powder Gompanu.  K  E  N  T  E  ���W,  A  MRS. DILSE,  Windsor House Dining Rooms.  Population of Canada."  The first ot'ticial bulletin o��,the  Dominion census lias been issued  The population ol' the Dominion  is given at o.OST.rfSo. an'increase  of 305,044 over the census of  1691. The population ol' the  provinces is as follows:  British Columbia l'M-'JOO.  Manitoba ^6(5,464. Now Brunswick :3;5J.O'.)'3. Nova Scotia  459,116. Ontario      2, L67.9S7.  Prince Edwards' Island 103.258.  Quebec 1,620.974. Territories  145,000.  Unorganized territories  ' 75,000.   Railway Situation. ^  There is not much new in the  railway situation this week. The  engineers have surveyed the  road from the boundary to Elk-  river. It i.s reported that the  line as proposed will have an  easy grade for the entire distance, lilt is said, that grading  will not commence' on this side  of the. line until about  September 20th.  Send-stamp for the catalogue of the  J. STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO.  P. 0. Box , -job.')  CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS, U. S. A.,  who make the most complete line of  rifles and pistols now on the market.  ONE OF THE  LEADERS,  absolutely  accurate,   a   perfect   arm,  moderate in price, is the  A TAKE  DOWN.       -  ��=>-    #'Z  Sole   Agents  Mining Supplies a Specialty. ���  Agents for the   MASSEY   HARRIS   CO., Limited.      '  Farming   Implements.  The growing importance, of  the coal industry of this, district  has sent a large number of pros-  CHAS.   P.   CAMPBELL  Undertaker  and  Embalmer  Graduate    of    Champion    y  College    of    the    United  ��� States.'. fi  ��� Upholstering'' and   General  A  Furniture Repairing.  a       .    ''.������',������ .,  All Work Guaranteed;''  Telegraph  or  Mail Orders  Promptly Attended to.  P. O. Box 127.  Port    Steele  revving  FORT STEELE,  B.< C.  '  MANUFACTURERS     and     BREWERS    OF    EXTRA   FINE  BEER  %  PORTER  SOLD   BY   THE'   BARREL,   .KEG    OR    BOTTLED  Bottled beer for family use a specialty  OUTSIDE ORDERS CTVEN STRICT $ PROMPT ATTENTION  R  E  Powder,   Fuse   and   Gaps  Ctitnberlarid   Coal  > i  ' ' i - i  Fort Steele  Meat JIarket-  * *    " l -i  FRESH   and, SALT' MEATS   ALWAYS  ; --      ; - ON HAND.     ,     .  R. W. ROftERS," Proprietor.  Fresh Halibut,   Salmon, Salrnon Trout, Bologna Sausage,  Butter and Eggs.    Fish and Game in Season.  Fort Steele  and  Kimbcrlev.  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  P. O. BOX 812  TELEPHONE  NO. I  Mutz & Scott, Prop's.  >��uinuuuHumunuuu��iuuuinuiuumHuunintt^  i? Uf AMXCn. S  Cranbrook,  B. G  |!  WANTED:  AGENT for Fort Steele  and vicinity   for '.  the  sale of hardy   lines  of Standard Fruit  ,  Stock.     Small   fruits.    Ornamental    trees,  shrubs, etc.      Terms liberal.   .   Apply now  tO.  ..-.-������'���  ���   .       "- ' '.        '��� A fi'' "     ���-.  PELHAM NURSERY COMPANY,  Toronto, Ont.  ��� ���    s  U��uu%%uuiun%MuuHUtnunninunuu��nunttu%iuur  aUJ^T    RECEIVED  Assorted Car of Best Brands of Flour   and   Meals,   etc.  Flour, Patent Hungarian and Strong Baker.  Rolled Oats, Cracked Wheat, Wheatlelts.  Cornmeal, Buckwheat Flour, Split Peas,  Navy   Beans, 'Lima Beans, Pot Barley,  etc.  Bran    Chops     Shorts     Oats     Hay.  Fleetwood Tea. a pure article imported direct from Ceylon  try it once and you will use no other.  Fresh Breakfast Bacon,   Hams  and   Dry Salt Side Bacon,  Butter and Eggs. :���-',.  POTATOES   *nd   CARROTS  FIREWOOD all lengths to suit all stoves. ".>  THE   FORT   STEELE  FLOUR and' FEED STORE  E. G. MILLER, Proprietor  ty-OST OFFICE BOX 836.  m-aF*   All goods guaranteed and prices also as being correct.  Send in orders. y i  -L'www?! gjiajr-  ,1  'I  .1  .'* I  i  m  ���11  l THE PUOSPECTOK, FORT STEELE, B. C, 1901.  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^s^^^^^*i  ^^3Mr*##  THE  IMPE  *����".e>  H. REINEMAN, Proprietor.  Port Steele, B. C.  Largest artd Most Complete Hotel Im South Bast Kootenay  1 ' t ' ' V i ,  " '���  ' .   '"'  i . ' .  ALL   MODERN   CONVENIENCES  Sample Rooms for Gommercial Men.  Headquarters for Mining Men.  KIM B  LEY  The    Coming   Town   of  East  Kootenay.  Near tne famous  North Star  1 i i i J   ft -.    * i     (- ' ( '  and Svillivan TVlities  A Limited Number of Lots for Sale  *���    at Prices Ranging from  . * *i i *i <  $135    To   $400  NOW   IS   THE  TIME TO BUY as prices will be advanced the first  of the year. ��� ��   "  Apply to  Land Commissioner, C. P. R.  Winnipeg, Man., or to .  BEALE <& ELWELL  Fort Steele arid Kimberley,  KIMBERLEY.  ROyflL  HOTEL  KIMBERLEY, Ti. C.  The Finest Liquors aiul  Ciyiii-s and Be*'. Furnished  Rooms in Town.  J.   I.   GATES,   Prop.  Guaranteed $900  Salary  Yearly.  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  .  Anyone sending a nketch and description nmy  quickly nscertain our opinion'free whether an f  Invention Is probnbly patentable.   Comnnmica-  tions strictly conlltlentliil. Handbook on Patents  sent. free. Oldest iiKCiicy for securiiiK patents.  Patents taken  through Mumi & Co. receive  tprcial notice, without charge, lu tlie ,  Scientific American,  A handsomely Illustrated weekly.  Lnrcest cir-  -I'crnis, f 3 a  dilution of any scientific Journnl,  year: four months, (1. Sold byall newsdealers.  MUNN & Co.361B">adwa^ New Yorl(  Branch omeo. 036 F St., Washington. D. C.  Men nnd women of ��00(1 :ul(irc>,h i-op-  i-Chcnt. ii.s. some to travel iippo'inin^  ajyent-.. oi.lioi-.s for local work looking-  ufieronr intei-e.st.s. -BIJOU Miliu-y iiiiuriui-  tced ,ve;n-],v: extra commission-; nnd  expenses, rapid "tidvjmuoiiienl. old established liiiii.se. (Jrand oli-inco for  earnest man or women lo secure pleasant, permanent position, liberal income  and luture. New. brilliant lines Write  at once.  STAFFORD   PRESS.  2.'{ Cliureh St.. New  Haven, (.'onn.  HIGHWARDEN & SON.  PIONEER   BARBER SHOP  Everything Sl.ricl.ly (First."Class.  iVe.rt (Idor to the Prus/w.trir.  Career   and   Character  of Abraham "Lincoln.  An address by -losopli Choate. Ambassador lo Clroal lU-ilain. on tlie career  and character of Abraham Lincoln���  hi.s early life���his early siruyy le.s with  lhe world--his character as developed  in the later years of bis- life and his ad-  ininisiralion, which placed his name so  hi",li in t he world's roll of honor and  fame, has been published by tlie'Chicago, Milwaukee A: St. I'aul Kailway  and may be had by sending six ((>) cents  in postage to F. A. Miller. CcncraI I'as--  senger A��ent. Chicago. 111.  ^  THE  *  *  *  is I'um.ismcij kvkky satuhbav, anii has a  ���JTJAKAN'TKKD <JIKCUI.ATK)n''. l,.\IIOKI( THAN  AXV OTUKR I��Ai>Klt IX KAST KOOTK.VaY, IT lis  A L I. 1IOM10 PKIXTK o'.AXI^CONTArXs' DOI.T I \L K  TIIK AMOUNT OF N KWS OK  WSTIUCT.  ANY PAVKH IST1IK  *  **  *  -   ' n  ' ' l       *      i ��* v  As    An   Advertising   Medium   It   Is  Unexcelled. '  ,  ��*-fr*rtr*:9r*-f;9rtrfrtr*r*r*rfr*r*.f-tr*r*r*r*rfr**r*-m  Or f  >Jj   TIIK PUOSPKCTOR COVERS A DISTRICT JJJ  it,    LARUER THAN SOMl-l EMPIRKS. AND HAS A   H>  LAKG1C  FOREIGN CIRCULATION.  1��  The Paystreak Of Ad's In This Paper Pays' From The Grass Roots,'  And Never Pinches Out, Stake One !     The Result Will Be To  Your Interest.  JOB PRINTING OF ALL KTNDS NEATLY AND PROMPTLY  EXECUTED.  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  WANTKO-TI".IJSTWOISTI LY M I'lN  AM) WOMEN lo travel and adverlise  for old established house of solid linim-  eial standing. Salary $78(1 a year and  expenses, all payable; iu ca.sli. Xo can-  .vahs,in<; required. Ciiw. refereix-es and  enclose self addressed stamped envelope.'. ' Address Maiiajreiv W>f>- Oaxlon  Hilly.. Chicago.'  . .Forty Steele-  -BAKERY,  IJ. A \fi no /Proprietor.  iM-\M-:r*siDE avi-:nij(���:  Opposite.' I.'ost'   Ollice.  TO THE DEAF.  - A rich lady cured of her Deafness and Noises in the Head by  Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Rsir  Drums, gave ��10,000 to this, Tn-  stitute, .so that deaf .people unable to procure the Ear Drums  may have them free. Acldross  No. 14;") I P. The Nicholson Institute, 780, Eighth Avoime,  New York, U. S. A.  CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS,  COPYRIGHTS AND DESICNS.  Send your l>unln<-��n direct to Wa*Iii��Kton,  naves Mino* cont* lcift, better Rervice.  toy office close to V. B. Patent Office. FREE preliminary examinations made. Atty'i fee not due aiitU patent  ll lecnred PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN���19 YEARS  ACTUAL EXPERIENCE. Book "How to obtain Patent*,"  etc.. lent free. Fatenti proenred through E. O. &fgfer*  .receive  ipecial   notice,   without charge,   in   the  INVENTIVE   AGE  5 mutrated monthly��� Ele-renth year���termi, $1. a year.  F P ^IPPFB^ 9is��f st..s nT. w?;  , ; L. U�� UlUULnOjiWASHINGTbN,  D. 6!  1 ��� ��� 11-  DILSE & CROFTS  CONTRACTORS  All   Kinds   of   Brick   and   Stone   Work  MtTCK and LIME For Sale.  Agents    Wanted  PLASTISRINC;  Promptly Done  Complete Life of-'Quoen -Victoria  UKST'llOOK      ,  HKST'TKUMS  Out.lil   Mjiilod im llci-oiptr of l"i ci'iits.  Aildi-ess ,,  S. (:. M.1I.LKI: ^ CO..  Portliuid. Ore.. U;S.A.  -a SCIENTIFIC  '   ' 24 Pa^es ~:   Weekly   :   Illustrated. .  INDISPENSABLE  TO MINING MEN.  $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.   '-���-.������  SENI> FO'll SAMPI.B COPV.'  IftlNING-^ Scientific PRESS  330 MAkKET ST., SAW FRANCISCO, CAl. o  THE PROSPECTOR. FORT STEELE, B. C,  1901.  RT  ���***#***********  **#####*��*��##  &  0  1 ['\  The Mining Center of the District of South East Kootenay  The Largest  Mineral Areas,  and the Most  Extensive  Coal Fields on the  American Continent  are Situated in  South East Kootenay  o,       ,  ^&{f'Gfq���i *'j"^.--^^r  CMOWj   AffST  Agriculture :  Grazing and the  Lumber Industry  are Prominent  Features of the  District.  - ii  M  The   Crawford   Bay   and   Fort  Steele   Railway   will   be   constructed   this   year.  0   ��� ( '  ���. t ' 1  '        I IJ l "*��� ��  The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway, Recently Surveyed, will pass through  X  O 1 C/C/  And    Tap   the  Mineral   Belt   of  the   District  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  to  ��  JL*��   JL ��  9  Townsite Office.  c 6*
®te fflxa&pzckov.
■SATUKDAV, AUGUST 2^,  11)01.
a London, Aug. 21.—Tho Bishop
of Newcastle sailed loday-on tho
steamer Germanic, en route lo
Sun Francisco, where he will
all end tho Episcopal convention.
\VKST15KN   A.MATKl'K  (!OU'\
Chieago, Aug. i'i. -The
.Western-Amateur Goli' Tourney
opened today in Midlothian's
long- course and 'will continue
four days. This is the third
annual tourney of this association.
TORONTO   nitlVINU  CI.L'li.
' Toronto.'.'OnL., Aug. I'I.—The
Toronto Driving Club began a
1-rolling ineet here today sit
Dufi'erin park, to last three days
The purses oll'ered are "Sl.TiOO..
.    Fort Collins, Colo., Aug. L'l.—
The case of Henry II. Piggott of
Philadelphia,    and   his   alleged
wife,.charged with^bigamy, was
"called ' up   for   hearing   today.
The pair. were0arrested  July  20
-and ' taken    before    a   justice.
■Piggott'   insists ijthat   he    was
divorced, before   hisj-union with
the   woman' now   under   arrest
with   him, .and   that the present
prosecution is but a scheme- to
extort money from him.
'GOES  BACK  irOMK.        .     ■
, Now, York, Aug. 21.—Lome
Campbell Currie and party sailed
for Liverpool■ £, today in the
Oceanic Mr. Currie expected
to sail uj'yueht owned by the
While Boar- Club of St. Paul,
but there was objection by
United States million ties: heiica
his return.
Youngs tow if, O., Aug. 21.—
Jack McClelland of Pittsburg
and Eddie Gardner of "Wheeling
will have* a 20-rd'und bout here
-this evening. The boys1 have
met already in.two wcll-contest-
-od fights, in bfith of which  Mc-
v.     '    •' q
Cl el land was victor. ''
Fort Steele
Diamond Jubilee
(•lilllllitti* of St.  I.llko   Ill-mpitlll.
V.-iiii-oiivor, It  O.
This Institution has been i-ei-eiilly
cnlai-jjcd by ii ni'w win^ wliicli is now
open foi- recopl ion <)f piiticnl-. I«***>i-
tut'iits sipply to
C.-P. Nk-hoi.sux.
li. v
Miss I-Ym.som, ,
.1. P. SMITH,
Koi-I Sterli-,
Sixty diiys iillci- iliilc I iiiti-uil to .ipplt In
thf Clilof Commissioner ol I.;imis .mil W'oi-U-
fnr puimission In imiI iiml u'.u-rv iiwii\"tliiilu,i-
froiii llio followlm,' ili>sfi'il)isl lnnds, (■iiiiiinriic-
I li tr ul it posl iiliinit Hi ice i-lKiliis (iisl'nl (lip
Ooldnii load. Iiolnrcit the Illlli mill ll'illi nillr-
pohth niiiiiini? ensi HI i-lniliis, thence snuiii nj
clniins, thuiic. ui-st So i-lniins. llience imitli SO
clniins, tlK'iil-i: L-iisl I') i-lniiiis to pliioo ol eom-
inem-i-iiii'iit. Conliiinln^' HIO .-ion's moie or
Diticil lliisillli ditvof .htne, |(MJI.
Ill                         ,           W. A. ClllSllOl.iU
 t ' '	
Sixty days sifter fillip I intf-nd lo iipply to
the Clilct Commissioner or l^iimls iiml Wm-lcs
ror permission lo cut unci carry uw.iv tiinbei-
from the followlni.' dcscrlhcd Iiinil In Sntnli-
ICiist Kooienuy. ('niiimmii-ing ill a post nlxnil
llirco clniins cast ol lliu Golilun roail and !»•-
I ween ihe IU and .'I'i mllv post, llience cast Id
chains, llience north KO clniins, Uic-nce west Ml
chains, thence south Ml chains, tlience cast I'I
chains to plnrc of coinincncci'iiciil. conitiliiiiipr
fl-10 acres more or less. t
HI Dated this Til) dav of June I'lHII.
(Licensed by Provincial I .'oveiiniH-iit.)
('old mill .silver W.00
Silver and lead J.UU
f.'olil, silver and Copper.,   .       .'1.00
('old. silvi-i-. lend ;illd copper..   1.00
Samples  li-li   with  Carlin .V, Diiriolc
will receive prntnpi allenlion.
.MINI-'.ltAI.   ACT.
fl'OIIM, I'M „        '•
-I I! i ii-iiu ri: ni- iMriio\'i:\ii:.N i's.
Tul;u notice sitiy days after date I, intend
to iipply to the Cliief Coifiinissioner of Lands
and Works for pcnnisiioli to cut and can v
away limber n-oin the follow inu described laud
iu Soulh-Hasi' Kootenav. CoininenceiuK at a
]>ost planted about three chain-, east ol the
Golden road between the :iv and III inilo .post.
thence east 40 chains, thence noi th KO chums,
thence west WicliiuiH, thence south Ml chains,
thence e.ist -III chains to place of coinnieiiccinctt
containing lllfl acres inore'or less.
ISI Uated  ihis iJt.li day ol June 1001.
SlMiiite lu Ihe Kurl Steele Mluinu Division
ol South l-I.tsl ICootenay Disirlcl.
When'- localfil: On llucklelierrv .Miiimtaiii
south or the Noi th Slur K'-otip.
TuUe notice thai 1. Charles ICstmere. Krce
Miner's 0'ci illlcait; No. '-It WOW. Ajjciit for
Ailliur S. (loodevc. I'You iMIuer's Perllllci'ue
No. ' li r.nnfir, iniend sixty days from Llio date
hereof, to apply io lhe'Minlnif Kecoidur lor a'
Cei-llllcale of liiipioieiiieius, lor the purpose of
obtaining a Cicnvn (Irani ol the above claims,
And liii-Lher take notice that/ action, under
section :I7, must be commenced before lhe Issuance ol such Certillcate ol Improvement1-.
Doled (his Kllli day of June.-A. 13., 1001.
•jit- ciiAKi.ios nsraruuK.
- i'(koiim r.)
' CIIII'I irjCA'l-n flK IMI'UOVK.MK.N-I'S. '
ALTGU8T li, 20.
OCTOBER  1,  13.
All Rail, Lakes, Soo Line.
Through Sleeping Oar  Kootenay Landing lo Toronto.
One Change to Buffalo.
Imperial    Limited
t -
To Develop
The Rich Mineral
Resources Of
South East Kootenay. 1
Partially Developed,
And Undeveloped Copper
And Silver-Lead Properties
Are Offered For Sale On
, Liberal Working Bonds.
Kimberley,   B.C.
LotiveK Ft. Steele
Leiivu.srKl. S'cok-
liiiiiMioii.KAST 10.2:J»
'•       \vRSTl.j.:t!l
Dis. Pass. Agt.
'   ' Nelson.
A»',. I'ort Steele.
A. G. P. A.
BOAT' LALTNClII'-n. '     ,
Detroit, Mich., Aug. 20.—The
Collingwood Ship Building Co.
today launched the steel steamer
tfuronic. The new ship is to
ruii between Windsor and Duluth
via Mackinac. Sault Ste. Marie,
Port Arthur and' Fort William.
It'is one of the finest ships'on
tho lakes and among,tUg=J.ai'gest
ever built in Canada. The
measurements are 325 feet over
all, 48 feet beam and 27 feet
imolded depth.-       l -.    ,
C, ST.  P., M.&O.  DIVIDEND.
New York, Aug. 20.—Holders
of the preferred stock of the
Chicago, St. Paul. Minneapolis
,and Omaha railroad today received a dividend of'three and
one-half per cent. "
NOTICE.       <-.
Sixty diiys iific-i-iliilc-1 iiUcnil lo iipply1 io
the Chief G'oiiunissiomji- of IjIiikN ami worl.-s
lor, porniKsion to i-ul 'and i-iin-v iiway imiliui
li-om tlie InilowiiiK' ilcscribcil laiul In Soifili-
llast Kooloiuiy. Coninieiiccliii,'.a a posl aboul
three chains t-ast of liu- Golck-n load liulwucn
lhe .1:1 nnd ill mllu posi. ihenco oust '0 clniins.
them-e souih bOi-lialiib. liu-nco wt-si wi-uliams.
thoiiee nurili SO.ehaiiis' thence east III chains to
place of roiniiiPiiccincnl contniuiiif.' iilll acics
more or less. ' .       '
..I. A. IIAKVKV. t '
:tl     , nTuccl this Till itnvol June 1H0I.
Notice to Delinquent Co-owners.'
Trusts continue to be formed
in the United States, notwithstanding the opposition to them.
To Henry Hose and Walter Sully or tonny
per.son or persons to whom he or thoy may
liavc transferred his or then- intr-rests in ihe
Ashland mineral claim: situate on the west
fork of tlie St. Mary's rivoi. in the Port Sleele
mining division of Kasi ICootenay and rocoided
in the Kocoider's ollice at l-'oil Steele. •■
You and each of you aie hereby notilied
that I have' expended since November. IKIU
ami to date (six hundred and seventeen dollais)
in labor and unpiovi-mcnts upon the above
mentioned mineral claim in oider to hold said
mineral claim under the piovisions of the
Mineral Act. And if uiihin ninety duvs from
the date of this notice vou fail, or infuse to
contribute your, portion of such expenditures
together with all costs of advertising,'your interests in said claim will become tbo property
of the subscriber under section I ol an Act entitled -'An Act to Amend lhe Mineral Act.
<      j ii. which it.
Dated at Foil Steele this IStH iluv of July.
IIKIl. , r it)- I.l
Sih-cii-   Qiii.-cn   anil  rjorcules   Mineral
Situate m lhe l-'oi-l Steele Mining Division
nf ICast ICoolenav District.      '
Where located--On tlie west side ol Lower
Moyie Lake • '        '
TAKIC NOTKU-: thai I. Kdniund A. Klton,-
Pi-eo Miner's Ooililk-iiti! No. "II. l()0J:i" acting
for myself and as a^ent for R. Krith Ciiininlns
Vrw Minors r-ertillcale NTo. --It. I()l«2". intend,
sixty days fiom the dale licicol. lo npiily l<» the
Mining Uecorder for a C'erlillcale ol luijiioro-
uienls, tor the purpose of obtaining a Crown
0 rant of the above chums.       * ,.
And lurther take notice that action, under
section :)7. must bo commenced before the Issuance of such Ccrtilicate of Improvements.   '
Dated this'filteenih day of July. A. D., IIKIl.
■1X1- ,11. A.'Kr/mx.
(KoilM  RJ ,
CJresil -Piinc.   White  Slai- snul
^linui-iil, Claims. .   ^ ,
.Situate in the Port Steele Mining Division of
Kast Kootenav District.
Where located:—On Morns Creek a tiibu-
t.u-y ol.thti_Si. Maiy's'Uiver.
Take notice llia'l 1 John Mcf.atclne. or\relson
acimtf as iurent lor Ilcrbeit L. Sawyer. F.M.C.
H. SO sn. James 1>. Sawyer RM.C. '». Sll.un),
Charles A.ci.u\\er. V. M. C 11 5().:!i>K Adolphe
I.apomte, W. M. C. n.SO.il'-i. Cloortfinn Laponile
F.'M. C. H.Sli.-.Vl!iinil l-'ied,CoKle Free Miners
Cerlillcate N'o li.."ii) I'll, intend sixty days from
the date licicol. to apply'to the Miniiiir Recorder lor Certihciies ot Implements, for lhe
purpose ot obtaining Crown (.irants of the
above claims.' n
And furlhei- lake notice that action, under
section :i~. must be commenced before the issuance of such Certillcate of Improvements.
Dated this 18th day or June  A. D., 19111.
■20- .lOIIN Mcl.ATCIUK. P. L. S.
B     ' NO.   4   K.-W..-C.   BLOCK,   NELSON,   B.C. /
B (jold.   .Silvur-Lciid  anil <.'o])|)i:i-MinC-s wantL-il at tin-   IOXC71.\Mf!K.ti g
I FMF.F.   .Mll.l.lXli' OOI.D   |)i-(i|ici-lios   wiiin.-cl   ai oncu foi- Ea.stiii-n    •'
f    iuvu.stoi-h. . - j (jt t
4 J'iirtie-*  having   tiiiniii<>   |ii-o|)ci-iy   for' sale are  ruquosici]   t«i   sotul    a
samples of thoir ore In (Ik- KXCH A NX! Id for exhibition.
Wo iloain; to lwiw from  pi-osiSocioi-s  w]m liavu  pi-oinioinj;-  niineral
flaim-j'in iJrilis.li (Viluiiibiii. ' ,
' .   'JJrospeotoi-.s    and  ininino- men   ai-o  i-ei/uo.slofl   io   maki;   the   HX-
C11ANOI5 tlioir hoatlonarlor.s when in NTql»on.   ,, , ,
All aai)i])los bboulfl bo soul, ,b.y oxjircss, I'RliPAIU.
, fJoi-i-c.sjiondonoo solicited.    Address all conimunicatioii.-s to '
Telephone No. 1(>/I.     P.O. Itox 700. ,      ' NIM.SO.V, IJ. C.    f)
Your attention is called to the
••I'ioiiuor Liinitod" trains of Llio ".Mil-
wanlcee & f^t, Paul Itailway." -''flic only
perfect'.trains! in tin1 worlil."
Vou will liud it desirable lo ride on
tlioso trains whon •><iJiiLr to any point, in'
tlie Euhtern Slates or Canada. ,' They
connoot willi . all Tfitn.seonLinontal
Trains and all Ticket, A»enls sell
ticlcots. - ,'
' For furtliei- information, pamphlets,.
ctc.,si>l{ any Ticltoti A»-eni or
u: i. Fonn. -     o. .i. i-:onv  •>
Pass. Aifont.'   '      (lunei-iil Auont,
(VOH.M  F.)
The Whole Story
in i*. laltsr :'
(remtv n.\vi.-<'.)
From ("apt F. love. Police Snilion No.
fi, Montreal:- ' .w "rieiiurnlly i^u 1'KitiiY
D.vvi.t' I' ii.n-ICii.i Kit f"i /mihw in tltr nfoiti-
ttfli, t lien null11.111, ililhit it.t, /iiw/ bilen, cltil-
lilttnin, rrawi k. anil all iilllictionu which
heliill men m our pnsiiion. 1 ha\e no liesi-
intinii in siivlnu llml I'Ais-Km.Eit t'» the
bext i emt'th) 11 lin\ e nenr lit linnd."
l,r-e<I  Iiitci'iiall.i   mid  Kxterniilly.
Two Si/cs, Mc. nnd 30c. uoltles.
A special meetinif of the I-iccnse Cominis-
sioner.s of South liast ICootanuy will be held at
KlliO, August 10th. IIKIl. to consider Ihe
following applications-
.lules llurcl. a transfer from i'lnllipps to the
Kootcniiy Itiver near the Inlcrnniuinal
boundary line.
Feidinand Uennett for a license Cron "s Nest
Hotel, ut Clou's Nest Landing
Charles Fi.msen, a license foi Hotel .it a
point three miles from mouth of KIk Kiver.
I'hillip .1- f'olull. a license for Columliia
llolel at KIKo
Filzsunoiis and Uiekwaid. a license for I01k-
lioi-u Hotel at. Crow's Nest Landing: .
Application of Andrew HoseiuMaffray House,
.lalTray.    ' '     ,   '
J-ippliealion of C II. 1'ollen. ICslella House,
Tracy Creek., . ■■:,
H. W.  UAKNKS.        .
,;    Chief License inspector.
Dated at Fernie July IBtli 1901.
Notice to Delinquent Co-owners.
To George FKk, Roboi-t,  Ucid. Abnei-
Bain and Peter Liitnei-.
Or to any person or persons to whom lie t or
they may have transferred his or their ui-
leicsls in the "ICini? Solomon ' iiniici.it claim,
situate at Lewis creek on Tracy Mountain in
the Port Steele miiiliip: division of liast K'oote-
nuy and recorded In ihe KecordeV's ollk-e al
Foil .Steele, II. C
You and each of you are herein noiiiled t bin
I have expended since AiiKiist llilr. IIW, tun
hundred dollars in labor and improvements
upon Ihu above mentioned mineral claim iiudet
the provisions ol' the Mineral Act. And il within ninety days fiom the dale of this notice yoii
fail, or refuse to contiibule vour portion of
such expenditure together with all costs of sul-
vcrttsinK, your inteiest In said chum will become- the properly of the subscriber under
Section 4 of an Act entitled -An Act to Amend
theMineial Act, MKNi".
Dated nl I-'oit Sleele this I0t.li day of Aiifiust
10(11. :t2-4'i
S ICC li ICTAHV 'S   Ol"' F1C K.
HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor in
Council  his been pleased  to  make   tlie
followinjr appointment-—
Jilh Jill;/, WOI.
Wii.mam Koiibiuok Ko.ss. of F'ort Steele.
Hsiimre. to be a • Stipeudiai v Mairis-trate'1 and
to hold u Small Debts Court in and for the Fort
Sleele mid Go.it Kiver Minini? Divisions such
appointment, lo take effect on the 1st nf
August, mm.
Take notice lh.it the Inst annual inceliii^ ol
the shareholders of the Kootcn».\ Cent nil l.ail-
wnv Company will be held in the cilices ol
Harvey>. McCarler. Hamsters, l-'oi t Sirr-lc
B. C. on Monday the 2nd day of September A.
D., 1001 at. the hour of two (2) o'clock p.m. for
the purpose of choosiiD,' Directors a ml,! for the
transaction of general business.
i Dated at Fort Steele, IJ. C. this Ulith day of
July, A. D., 1001.
,   -L. VV. l.'ATMOKE,"
SI-„ • -   ■'   ' '    . ■■  ■ Secretary.'
Kirnr  Solomon.   Queen  ol  Sheba.  Big
Pond    Roy   and   Honeycomb
Mineral Claim*.
Situate in the ForrSteele Minim.' Division of
Kast ICootenay District
.Where loc.ued-— Xear lhe lorks of Wild
Horse creek.
Take notice that I. Thomas T. McViltio, F
Al. C. Xo IJ -Cttsll. agent foi O. M. t'arlcer. Free
Miner's Certillcate Xo UifMS. intend, sixly
days from the date heicof. io apply t'o the Mln-
in^r Kecorder for a Ceililicnte of luiprovcmciiis
for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of
the above claims.
And lurthci take notice that action, under
section :it, must be commenced before lhe
issuance of such Certillcate ot Impiovemenis.
Dated this ailli day of.Iulv. A. D. 1001.
GflNN & 60.
General     Merchants
Fort STKi-'r.rc, 11. C.
Post Offick   Stokk.
'J'he Aiost Complete Health  Posorl on
' tbo Continent of North -America.
Situated niidstSeeni-iy unrivalled foi-Grandeiir
Halcyon fi Hot    Springs
IJoatiiifr IishingQaniionium Resident Phy-
& Kxcursions OOllllal IUIII sician .t Nurse
Halcyon Springs.- Arrow Lake. H. C.
In telegraphic communication
with all parts of the world.
Two mails arrive and depart every day.
Terin.s, .*il5  toi SIX  per week, ,-iccordiiig
to residence in Hotel or Villus.
Its Haths Cure all Nervous and Muscular
Diseases. Its Waters Ileal all Kidney. Liver
and Stomach Ailments
East Kootenay
Bottling Co.
i ■>
General Merchants
1*1 ,
MlniriQ supplies a Speciaitu
Miners going northward via Canoe River .Route will find it a'large
-  saving andaconvenicnco»lo procure their 'supjslies at'.Donald.'    ,
I .1      ,1 V
, .I' <
Canton  Steel Company
Windermere, Golden and Donald
Mining Divisions.
Agents at Windermere  for,, the California Giant Powder Co.
^wmmmmmmmmmmm&immm mm, nmr, mi mmt^
1 N. HANSON, |
General iVIercH-Qrit
Liquor Dealer.
fterated waters
Of all kinds.
Syrups, Champagnes, Ciders,
Ginger Ales, Etc.
Soda  w'iiter  in  siphons,
economical way lo handle it.
Tim  most
IfiSf   All   work promptly done.
= Manufacturei- of all Kinds of Lumber.      A large assort- =3
~ ment of seasoned Lumber and Shingles always 3
g~i ' '  o' on hand. ^S
Livenj, Feed & Sale Stable.
f'-'orl, Steele l!.C
'..  Kcyul.-ir, Daily  Stayo  iiieet.^  all
triiiiis at Vovb Sleele •hmetioii.
,i. tai-;.\iiaitski:
Rivei-side Aveiiue,
Port, Steele, B. C.■■
Sample Rooms for Commercial Men
No Traveller Should Pass the Door.
The trailriins within ten feet of the house. Good
Barn and plenty of hay and grain. If you patronize the
Waldorf you will never regret it.     :
-   Proprietor. L  THE PROSPECTOR,  FORT STEELE,  Ti. C,  AUGUST 2i,  1001.  Nortft 'Star Lodge  NO. 30.  A. F. AND A. M.      C. R. B, C.   ,.  FORT STKIOI.K. li. C.  Regular meetings���1st TucmIuj- in each  month at eight o'clock. Visiting Hreihern arc  cordially invited.  A. C. NKt.sn.v, Secretary.  Rocky Mountain Chapter  NO. 125. n. a. m'.  FORT STEELE. H. 0.fl  Regular meetings���-2nd Tue>dav in  each month at eigrhi o'clock.  Visiting    Bretherii   are   cordially  -'invited.  R. L. T. Galhk.utji Scribe K.  Professional.  Gttje $}V0#p2Ct0K.  SATURDAY, AIKUJST 24;. 1901.  |  LOCAL NEWS. |  Hush (ires along- lhe base of  lhe mountains near Cherry creek  are still burning.  M.   A.   Bcale   wa.s .in town on  Monday.  D. iVIcNoish visited Pernio on  Monday.  1-3. C. Killcen, superintendent  of roads, returned from Nelson  on Monday,  EAST   KOOTENAYS  FirsLflnnuai Mineral, Agricultural  and industrial ExhiDitlon  Cranbrook, B.C., Sept. 25 to 27  1901  Geo. S. McCarier. J. A. Harvey  HARVEY & McCARTER  Jiumsters,  Solicitor*,  Xotarus I'ubhc,  Conveyancers etc.  POUT  STKElwK. K. (J.  REVBLSTOKE STATION* and GOLPKN  COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY     MADE.  W. R. ROSS  Barrister      -      -     - Solicitor  NOTARY PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER. . .  'Fort"Steele.   B.   G  T.    EDE     C  LANDS and MINES      -   ������  NOTARY^PUBLIC  COLLECTIONS given PROMPT ATTK.N'TrON  Fort Steele,',   - B. C.  Fort Steele DKVKr.oPMF.KTSrxi>iCAi'K Ltd  ' ��� i o  138 Leadenhall Street, London, England.  N. A. WALLINGER,        FORT STEELE.  i "  POST OFFICE BOX 8.  Robert Little, manager of the  Kootenay',Perry 'Creek mines,  was al (ho imperial on Monday.,  Passenger traffic over lhe  Crow's .Vest branch is on the increase.  Three Days of Instruction _  interest and Enjoyment  TRY H. KERSHAW FOE J  Millinery and Ladies Underwear |,  Fresh   Fruits and Stationery  Books and Vapor Baths  Candies and Nuts ��      Tea, Coffee and Cocoa  Newly Laid Eggs  Patent  Medicines and Fly  Catchers  On Saturday last Carlin ��  Durick sent about,three tons of  supplies to Perry creek.  C. M. Edwards came up from  lilko on Saturday last. lie reports that a number of men are  in that vicinity waiting for railway construction to commence.  Mineral  Exhibit, Bucking Contests, Agricultural  Fxhibil, Horse Knees.  ,Tho best program I'von mvii in lhe country. Rise posters  and circulars for further particulars. Specially low return- rail-  Way rates from all points.  A. W. M'VITTIE, Secretary.  Messrs.- Hooker, 'Thompson.  Banks. Theis and Parker returned to Perry creek on .Saturday last.  ��������  *  Kootenay  Hotel * *  Boundary Line  Tobacco Plains,  B.C.  :i  Jn' fact when you are in need of anything- lirsf class inc  tho above mentioned lines we invite you lo  call and   inspect  our goods for yourselves. ',   '  HENRY KERSHAW.  General     Me re li a n t  Fort Steele, B. G.  ���***-'*-��'*,*'#**-,fc*:��-"'***'^fc="^^  The  Canadian- Bank of Gommeroe  HEAD OFFIQE--TORONTO.  >       1'iiiil up Capital *S,0OO,000; Runurve Fund W.iHIO.OllO:  Ag��re��iUij Uu.-soiu-ctvi 6\-ui- +(i.-))00(),(l(IO.  , < London Office; 110 l.oililuud Street, U. <'.  New York Office; HI l-l.veliiiiiKe I'lncc.  And (IS lu-iinchos in (,'unitila,-thu'Unilcil Status and ISritish Columbia.  J.   -Laugley     returned    from  Sand, creek  on' Saturday   last.  Mr. Laiigley litis  been  engaged  in developing a mineral claim in j J��  that vicinitw ��� -j ~f  The patronage and 'prosperity  r*f  of   The   'PKqsPKc'roi;    gruw-k  every  week,   and   every month,  because  it  serves its patrons to'  JULES HUREL.: Proprietor.  coon   -accommodation   vow tiiavi-'luxc    .mkn  A First .Class Home  their satisfaction and protir,  W.   R' Ross,   S.' M.,   went to  Pernio on Mondav.  Good Stable.' -'Rigs of all kinds.    Saddle and Pack Horses   T  *\V." VanArsdalon and E. Johnson returned to the. Bull river  iron mines on 'Wednesday.  fiDougleis  Gbrsein  (CM-MP.)        '    '  OFFICE -Riverside Avenue. '  ���Next Door lo IHeasilell's Drue/ Store.  THOMAS    McVTTTIE  F��.Iw.S.  & CE.  Fort Steele B.C.  GRASSICK   &   DEMPSEY.  CONTRACTORS  AND  J3UIU1DERS.  Port   Steele   B.C  Shaving # Hair Dressing Parloi  Next to Oriental,IIou-I i  FORT   STEELE, B. C  All kinds of hair work  a specialty.  Forest tires are raging in ihe  mountains' near the head of  Tracy creek.  Dad Sprague came down from  Tracy creek on Monday,  Work on the .Wild ITorse creek  bridge under the management of  D. liale'is steadily,progressing.  An outing party, visited' Wild  Horse creek on Saturday-last.  The business situation this  week has beeii��� marked by continued activity  supplies.  in  mining  F. Mogan. Spokane, was a I.-the  Tniperial on Wednesday!  Hubert Haines, manager of tlie  Bank of Commerce, was in town  on Wednesday.*;  Cranbrook Branch.  HUBERT HAINES. Manager.  I ���  *  ��!  ���a  ��*  w  if-  ��*  Si  Sc  %  *#mK*k#.**&*kwMik**M^  LIMITED.  ,'J.   A.   Harvey returned from  Moyie on Thursday.  -E. Johnson and W. VanArsdalon returned from the Bull  river iron mines on ��� Saturday  last. *���  Carlin &, Durick filled a large  order for ( supplies on Saturday  for Kimberley.  A.J GREZ,  Proprietor  Hundred* of Opinions agree upon the  fiict Unit Piiin-Killor ha-, alleviated  more pain than any one medicine. Unequalled I'or diari-lm-a and dysentery.  Avoid biihstitules, there ii but one  Pitin-Killer. Perrv Davir.'. 2.k-. and "iOc  J. F. Adams of Kimberley. J.  Carson of Calgary and M. Hanson. Moyie, were at the Imperial  on Tuesday.  rR. O. Jennings returned from  the Windermere country on  Wednesday.  W. H. Macfarlane wa.s down  from Tracy crock" on Thursday.  Some thirty or forty railway  contractors are at Elko seeking  grading contracts. ,  QUA|{.\NTINK" sKli VJCIO.  , Tin- Dominion  Oovernnieiit m now   iniilii-  liiliiinu ii i| un ni liilnu sci-virc lo pieviiiu  the ui-  noiliii'iiiiii   or  Miiull po.v  from   snuili   of   tlie  Uoiiinlaiy in 'l^uliiiucu I'lalns.  Tin- <iiiiir:i!iiiin> guards iliei-e ai-c M.  PIIIIJ.Il'l'S' ana K. A. Kl.TO.V: 'antl all'  pui-hOiis ilcsiiiiKr to miss into .C'linndiaii ten-I-  lory uitisi rupoi-L io iliem. ffiviii^'lsutiifa<;lor.v  I'vldi'iicc ol i-ecum suct-ossrul vat-i-iuation. oi-  othcrwit'o must Milunit to he vai-clualed on  crossing. t. . <.'  A   heavy   line   may,, lie   imposed   on'- any  persons nwleetiiij,' or defying quarantine i-eiiu  lailons. '      i '  HUGH  WATT, .il. D. ,  ���  !M- 'Uoininion Quai-antliie Oftlci-r.  IlKAD  Ol-'PICK  M\ Qukion VfcroniA St.,  1 . r.  London, Enolaxo.  MiuTisir Cpi.i:->niiA Office  Four ^STRibi.K. n. c.,  C. M. EnwAiinft,,  .(il'JN'l,  Manaohii.  lw, COHN  TAILOR  AND IMPORTER OF  FINE WOOLLENS  Rocky Mountain Avenue  Fort Steele, B. G.  T. 6. Armstrong  Port Steele. B. C. '  MANUFACTURER   OF  Tinware, Galvanized Iron, Sheet  '      Iron,   Stove Pipes ��n.d.  Copperware  BUILDINGS HEATED and VENTILATED  Plumbing, Pipe  titting and   all  kinds of sanitary work  flir TiQlit���Hot Blast Stoves  Hydraulic   and   Air   Pipes   for  Mines  SPECIAL  ATTENTION  PAID   TO  JOB WORK.  Robert Little and M. Duriek  went Lo Perry creek on Thursday.  The ' distribution of. mining-  supplies has proceeded this week  on a steady and satisfactory  scale during the past week.  The London Lead market was  strong during the past week.' A  rise oi'one shilling- three pence  per ton is reported.  Sullivan stock is in demand.  Buyers are anxious to get it.  paying as high as' Lli1 cents.  Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Edwards,  with a number of Iricnds are  outing in the vicinity of Crow's  Nest Landing.  o  J. F. Armstrong, government  agent, and H. C. Killcen. superintendent oi roads.' will visit  Michel, Pernio and Moyie on a  tour of inspection of roads,  trails, etc.  Mesdamos Mather, Muir, Armstrong and fist mere visited  Kimberley on Thursday.  J.   McBride   was   in   town   on  Tuesday.  Constable  Barnes  has   moved  hi.-, family to Pernio.  CJ. H. Martin of Nelson, timber  inspector for the district, was'at  the Imperial on Friday.  Win. Meyers came down from  the Watson,claim on Friday. '  A rich strike of gold i|iiartz is  roporfed on Perry creek.  Win. 'Kidd came down from  the Perry crock' gold mines on  Thursday.    ,  Parties having mining propcr-  tie.-s for sale, and wishing to list  them with The Prospectors Exchange. Nelson, can get the  necessary blank forms at this  ollice.  Port S,teele: Flour and Peed  Store can supply bran, shorts,  oats and all kinds of- Hour and  meal, hay baled oi- loose.'    ,   '*  Al   Doyle  has  a    large   force  cutting ha,y on the Scott ranch.  A large mineral development,  is now going on in the vicinity  of Tracy creek.  Forest fires-occur'with alarm-,  ing frequency at. this1 ".season of  the (yeaiy ' "Vegetation of all  kinds is dry, the ground is heali-  ed and the atmosphere seems to  quickly spread any little'- (lame  that may be ignited.  S. Jackson of Brockvillo   was  in town on Wednesday.  St. John's Church of Eng-land.  Services will be held in the  Church of St. John the Divine  every Sunday morning at 11 a..m.  Holy Coinmunion the third  Sunday in-oach-month, at 8 and  I 1 a. m'.-.-    . .',.  Strangers ;tre welcome.  I'hM-'SHYTIOKIAN   CIIUUCH.  Christian service will be conducted iii the Presbyterian  Church by the Pastor Rev. D.  Mcl'v. Reid,-13. A. every .Sabbath  evening at 7:80. Sunday School  sit 2 p.m. .   ���  All are welcome to oui-services  South East Kootenay Crops. "  With harvesting in progress  there is assurance- of a large  yield in grain' and hay in the  Kootenay valley. Oats, are .being cut' and the production < is  satisfactory.  A. B. Fen wick has J JO acres  in oats that will average 70  bushels to the acre. Mr. , Pen-  wick besides his oats, has a large  field of barley aud another of  wheat. Also a large acreage of  vegetables and garden truck.  ��� R. D. Mather will cut about  180 tons of hay,' besides having a  large acreage in potatoes, beans,  etc.  At the Daisy ranch about 80  tons of hay will be harvested.  Thomas Ponwick has a large  acreage in wheat, oats, spelt,  barley and vegetables.  Fish Lake ranch will harvest  tho usual simount of h.ty.  At Tobacco Plains the grain  and hay crops arc very heavy,  far above the stverage:  At. the Henderson ranch the  varieagatod crops sire in excellent condition. .   "  At Parker's ranch the usual  crop of hay will be harvested.  Cook's ranch on Lost creek  it is said will cut a splendid crop  of oats.  At Wasa, Hanson's ranch the  hay crop is heavy. Fruit is in  excellent condition.'  Reports coming in from the  boundary line, and as far north  as the Windermere district are  to the ellcct that- the hay and  grain production will be large.  30,000 Acres Farm Lands   *  Iii the far famed Kootkxay V.\i.i.i-;vfor Sale on1 easy terms  of payment. Prices "jii'.ijO .Pek, acki.j yiiul upwards., Un' close  proximity to tlie Cuow's Nest (Railway. .  Ifots   iu   the town of Elico are now on the mnrkol, prices.$i>0, _  and upwards according to situation.   .- '*   -        .' ' ,-  V 'fi '  '  Elko   boasts of  the biggest wafer   power' in   South ' East.  Koptena'y, and-- will   be "the  junctioji of the Crow's Nest Southern,.,  Kail way.   ' ' ' .        y   .  Correspondence Solicited.      Q  H Fort Steele Cigar Store 1  2E ��       Fort   Steele,   B.  C.                fi ~2  g= WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS j=��  8*E: In Cigars. Cigarettes, Pipes and Tobacco. ^3  5~[ ..      Pinest Variety of Pipes and Smokers Out lit     . j^S  S*r: Tn the District, Including Meerschaum, B. B. B. est'  �����5 Alpha, and Other Brands.,                                    r ^3  5~, Imported and Domestic Cigars at Lowest. Prices. ~2  Sp Billiard and Pool Parlor and Reading ~3  Cr:     ' Room in Connection.                             >- ^5  fc. > ��� ���'���*  |E: C. P. R. Ticket and Telegra,ph OlTice, nnd (ianada H-  g^        v   Western Telephone Oftice iu Store. '        ' ^  ^ 3"  g Mansfield & Cotter ell, ��j  S^: Proprietors. ^  ^JiiuiaiuiiiiuiuiuiuuiiiiiujiuiuiiiiUiauiiiiiiiiuiuuiiiiiK  Monte 6arlo Restaurant.  THE MOST  UP-TO-DATE  PLACE IN FORT STEELE.  Everything Cooked  "a's  you   1.1 ���<'���:  IT."  WM. ROBINSON,  Proprietor  *-��-***>'*'*'��.*^*4'*��'fe**����*-��"��"��'��"��*��*��^^*^��-*-:K^^  :<  ,   Charlie' Armstrong is riding  sulky-ritko these days.      '      ,  ..'   Giis.  Theis    returned  Perry erode 011'.Friday.'  from  .!. Y. 'Rosier came down from  the Bull river mines on -Friday.'  The returned members of  Strstthcona'sHorse, .will give a  ball on Tuesday, August 57 at.  Wontwort,h's Hall, Cranbrook.  *���'  *  *  *  *  *  The Steele House  Fort Steele- B.C.  ��� '-.: ,...'.'������'���     .,..-.'"-.-���;'     '  '��� '       .y.-fi-  Centrally Situated on  Kiverside Avenue.  Conducted on Up - To - Da to Methods.  The Best-Bar In Town. ���'",'.;.'  U. Mcl^Teisli  ,.������������       ' PROPRIETOR.  -��tt  Sf  Si  385  ��; ���  ��������*  -i  ��?���  Hi


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