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 Library of Leg AsJ  Is  i  il  \f  ���K-ryiJujruTjTnnriTuxruanriJTnririrLn^  MlNKKAl,   I'ltOOUOTJON   Ol''  FORT STKKLK MrKlNU DIVISION" i  jjj IN   IJiffl)     $2,746,869  ^���Lnjri^ixCjiSfriKriju___^  o  ^fy_0JT|T��yTnjuyTnj3x^  5] MINKKAI, VtiODWVIOS OF  Cl HKlTISH COl.L'.MIJIA IX I<��W  ?.', $16,407,645  ^B> #___Q_iHKnjT>CrLnnjlnlT7ffiKri^  Vo7.  7  PORT STJIBLB, B.C.,  SATURBA.Y, JJBCBMBJ3R 14,.WOI.  _'   MINERAL FLOAT     ���  "'*��^-93-5-S3^-S-3-5-=t-$-3-��-2-3^-9-3-_-3-S?/'  Are you :i ��ood guessor':' If  so try :ind guess who Avill lip tho  noxL candidate for this riding.  Claini jumpers do n, great injustice l,o claim owners through  ���a mistaken notion as lo their  rights for assuming that, a claini  is ju m liable.  �� For Lunncl and drift timbering  round or split Limber will generally be found 'most economical.  Defective locations are a  source of great, trouble and ex-  pbnse. '        ,     -  The earliest miners and metal  workers of whom we have record  were the Aryan people of l.nro-  Asian origin.  The, Golden* F,ivo group of  mines have been crown granted.'  C.   11.  .Pollen     shows    some  district thai are undeveloped,  but give promise of much importance.  " ��� ,    ��� ,  Tho pla'ccr mines on 'Wild  Horse creek have* becii worked  almost forty years producing an  annuiil amount of Ihe yellow  metal.  With placer and quart/, mines  of'this district working \yith a.  full compliment ol men, next  season we can .confidently expect it large output.     '       "���' ,,  Nexl year all'the mining will  be clone in the,mountains, not. in  town.  Strangers visiting I*\>ri,. Steele  go away with the��impression1  that/ the mines, in this vicinity  must oLneccssitymake tlie lown  one of grenl importance.  THIRD 'CANADIAN- CONTINGENT  CORONATION 'DATE  SELECTED  Parliament, Will Meet January 16th  London, Dec, 10.���At'a meeting of the privy council King  I.d ward definitely fixed June'20,  HJO:! as the date of his coro-  mil ion. a  c  It was also decided that parli-  ment will meet on January 10th  beautiful specimens of native  copper from his Good Hope pro-  ' rPorty. a     ,   o _ ���  Two, hundred million pounds  is a small estimate of the copper  now stored in the United States.  ' The placer mines on 'Wild  Horse creek are by nature divided into two general classes, the  shallow and the deep workings.  .Representatives from a large  number' of mining.' companies  have recently been' in the Port  Steele district,   i .    -  It is said that superficial indications point to the oxislence, of  large- bodies   of   iron ' on   13nll  river.     .  ' o      '  " Thei:e is a large and increasing  consumption   of' mica   ?iu    the  United States. ' "    -  Tho total yield of South, African gold for 22 years was valued  at ��452.125,855 This .is equivalent to 750 tons of pure gold.  The Wild Horse district is  now showing a marked activity  in. placer mining. _.   -    ,  Ben Rondo reports a recently  discovered copper ledge on Find-  lay creek.  The large sawmills oT the district'are all running steadily and  the lumber output'is increasing.  Fort Steele capital is now developing the Stanley mine 'oil  Tracy creek.  It ]s predicted by milling men  that heavy and rich ore bodies  will be discovered in the mountains through the median), of the  development work now in progress all over the district.  Fernie  is  becoming  a hive of  industry, it is a toss-up whether  '* coal or coke is king.  Rapid development i.s going  on in" the vicinity of Michel.,  The many late discoveries of  oil in this district have given  rise to a number of perplexing  questions.  There is a large scope'of territory that i.s naturally tributary  to tho town of Fort Steele.  Quartz  veins  are    not   being  formed today because conditions  are not favorable.  Sinking on   the  deep   placer  " ground  on   Wild Horse creek is  well under way.  There are nearly three thousand feet of tunnels and drifts in  the Esteila mine.  The quartz properties on Wild  Horse creek will some day at-  i-ract the attention of mining  men.  There is talk of putting in a  compressor   plant   and   concon  Recruiting-   at'  Fort   Steele.���Forty -  '   Nino Applicants for Service    c  In   South  Africa  a compliment to, South  ,  It  i.s  East~Kootenay',tha,t'a number of  men are, to be recruited from  this section 'i'or the Canadian  Third Contingent. And a compliment to tFort Steele  in  being  selected as theirecrniting ' point.  t <? i *--   *-  As a result of this selection recruits were -coming' in all day  Monday ,and Tuesday, and arc  far in excess of tho number-required. ,' ' '���'���',,_-'  The recruiting officer, Lieutenant John E. Lockie./jiccom-"  panied , by < a medical exa'miner,  arrived at Steele, on ��� Wednesday  evening. Upon "liis arrival he  found it) applicants 'ready, for  examination." Among-,this mini-;  ber were some six'"or eight' who.  had served, either in ..the First  Contingent, or Strathcona's  Horse.  There was no..d:ffWilty in securing men w^ " qualified i'or tlie  service for which they are wanted, all in the best"physical coil;  ditiou. * Tho recruits selected  were: ���     .. ' ' - ->.     f" /  ' *  Messrs. Jenkins, Joyce. Hart,  Jackson, Andrews, Wollaston,  Payette, Harper and Kendrcw.'  The men will" leave , by1& the  a_tornooii.tra.iii today, Thursday,  from-Cranbrook for the.east.  Lieutenant' John Leckie, D. S.  O., was in South Africa with the  Sfrathcona Horse and while  there won the Distinguished  Service Order for bravery. It  is reported 'that he has* been  named-for a Captain's commission iii this contingent: '  Our Xmas Number.  ' Puospegtor writers are compiling material for a big .-'mining  edition of not less than ;J,000  copies. A, plain story of.tho resources of Ihe FLovt Steele mining division will' be .given.  Every town in tho;; disirici, ��� will  receive attention, and the edition  will treat entirely on subjects of  interest to them and thcZinines  in their neighborhood.    ���  The grandeur of the mountains  and the good hunting and fishing  which is found here will be  given attention by local writers.  The edition will be freely illustrated whili halftones made'especially for it' from, the best  photographs which'can :- bo ''procured. " '"Z,"     "       '  is'  evening  Miner's Union Ball.  New Rate On Lead. '  Tho minors of lead and representatives cof the American  Smelting and "Refining Company  have reached a satisfactory  agreement as lo tho production and price of lend for  the coining year. The price���will  be I'I cents a pound and to produce only such an amount as i.s  necessary lo moot the demand  for consumption.  The rale of 'M cents is a reduction of one-half a ccnl in  price.  Folitical Notes.  The Martiuifo section of tho  Liberal party are showing unusual activity and arc in constant communication with the  coast wing of the party.  It, is rather inauspicious that  the Nelson papers are trying to  push J. C. Drewry forward as a  candidate for this riding.  Better wait until a.n election  is called, and then ran him' for  the Nelson riding.  There   will   be   a few lacks in  Moyie Mining- News!  From Om Own (.'oiTOspiiiiik-iil.  AURORA.   -    ,  The, work-, in the Aurora  steadily progressing under tlie  management oi', Mr. O. J. Johnson, " aiid will bo continued  through ,th'o winter.' Mr. x.T._  Rader at present is at Spokane.  THE MINER'S* .BALL.  ' r " I  /     - ��� ' '. S  , Last Tuesday.-evening--was a  gala'vjiight in Moyie'tb'eing tlie  set ' for the annual  The dance  was given in the Odd-fellows  Hall. . The best of music being  provided  and. a   large' number.  present:.' *        "-'     v *,  " -  The lightt fantastic -was kept  upZuntih twelve-,o'clbclc, - when  all repaired to the Hofel Kootenay where a .sumptiou* 'repast-  was, provided "by Manager Mc-  ���Mahou. ' After supper, dancing-  was resumed aiid kept up until  the,early morning,-hours, "when  the affair broke up and it was  pronounced by all one of the best  dances ever given in the town.  INSPECTED  SCHOOL."  '  '     '���  ���   Inspector D.   Watson   visited  the Moyio school on  Wednesday  last.  i _ .  Mini-ag- Development.  **_/ o  " The development which has  been.done on mining, properties  in tho Fort Steele district during  fhe past year is most gratifying,  and tho work in every instauce  has"been productive of good results. More actual development  has be'en done during the present  season than ever before in the  history of the district,. Continued development will attract  people here who are anxious" to  invest in mines having merit.  Inquiries are received every day  regarding fho mining outlook.  The mining interests of the district were never bettor than at  the present, time, and inside oi'  another twelve months fhe Fort  Steele district will be the mining  attraction of the Province.  his  way   was obliged   1o rest at  Fernie for a, week where he was  under  the  care  of  Dr. Corsan.  Shortly   after   his     arrival     al  Louisville   lie   died,    and' Jt    i.s  thought by his friends  that  the  trip there was too trying on   his  weak constitution.      Mr.   Tompkins was born near Grafton, Ontario, and began life as  a newspaper reporter.    He did work on  a few of the papers,-in  Ontario,  principally   on.   the"     -.'Trenton  Courier" and the Telegram.   Toronto:   Before coming to British  Columbia he taught in several of  the schools of Ontario.   His first  teaching experience in the  Province was in the  Eraser  valley.  He, took   charge   of   the    Fort  Steele public school as Principal  about two years ago, and proved  himself faithful and painstaking.  His    death    is ���; universally regretted, he was comparatively a  young man of about JJO years of  agef-ho was married aiid liis wife  left'for  Ontario  a.^ few. niohths  ago to visit relatives.- '  No o(X  innryyruyi^nriJ^rLnnsyn^  ��� *     East Kootenay. Stock.  "O - Asked.  Crow's" Nest Coal     $80.00  North' Star.:  ':{(),   ,  Sullivan. .'.''.  10ii<7  0  -.   *. Silver-lead Quotations.'  ' New York. Dweinlier 1-1:  Bar Silver .o..  Mexican dollars   Lead Z '.'.. .  :    i  Copper   London.' Dec.   I-l.���Silver,. 2."i  copper, ��.">   h,d: lead, ��W   12s.'  Rid., '  *72.<>0  22  Oi  ��� v.\\  '4.374  10.02?  I.s,-Id:  lid.   ,  trating.worksatthc Kstella mine  th(J l)al)liway of a  candidate   for  next season. this -riding  who   is not selected  For the complete development,- by   ihG  electors  ol this district."  of  the   mines of the district a Dewey was all right at ;Manilia,  railway is an absolute necessity.  There are many ledges in this  Drewry is not all right in South  East Kootenay.     z : '���-���>  William D. Tompkins Dead.   ���  We  regret   to   announce   the  death of William  L.   Tompkins,  late teacher of   the  Fort  Steele  public    school,     at     Louisville,  Kentucky, where lie went for a  change of climate.   /Previous  to-  his  leaving  for   Kentucky   Mr.  Tompkins was at the Fort Steele  Hospital where he was carefully  attended by   Doctor  Broclic  and  Nurse Ruth, and during hi,s stay  there    apparently   was   rapidly  improving.      Much   against   the  wishes of his,  medical  attendant  lie  decided  to make an effort to  o to a  milder, climate, and on  ,���.��  '^'tr,n   ,t Marlcet'Coiiditions:  '  Copper on the London market  has not materially changed.   ���    ,  ��� Lead^was quiet aiid'Uiichanged  bplh in New York- aiid London. ���  ��� ���< ���        z  "-.Holiday!.:' goods    are    selling  'freely.'"/  c' \    ^ ���   ,  ��� Cold Hye"#.ther has added-, a  healthy-tone to all lines of trade  It is difficult to estimate just  what, limit would be set to the  ore'production if transportation  conditions -were satisfactory.'  The demand for coke is  limited;      .     '���  There is"still a largo*- tonnage  in coal awaiting shipment.  '                           ,   - c   <��� '  f   , , ��� , ,  Hotel Arrivals. * '  IMPERIAL:  Z, W.' H.rAiidrews^Cranbrook  J. J. Miller.      ,      ('  "  J. F. Glean- ���   /  W. A. Bradley"  W. Stukey - l      ';  F. Johnson '���  H. Fairfield ^     '  P. McClellan"  D. V.-Mott,-Fernie  J. Rowall " '      ���  D. M. Sullivan "  H. Macdonald, Sinclair. 1J. C.  II. G. Schuler        "  E. G. Jones    '       "  J. E. Leckie, Hossland  C. M. Kennedy, Maoleod  F. Brothers        '    * "  S." Lovatt, Marysville  D. Jenkins, Windermere  N. Dower ���'  T. Fowler, Elko  J. Buck, Pilot Bay.  A. S. Jackson, F.ernie  II. W. Barnes  A. Paterson, " ' *  W. H. Harper; Calgary  W. H. Goss  A. E. Cooper        "  A. MacFarlane, Elko  I-l. P. Jones " *>  S. N. Cooper "<  D. Chisholm "  H. Dunning "  E. Walters, Mon-isey  I'1. McCullom, Cranbrook  K Moore "  Tv. C. Paget,  A. L. Cow. Pinch or Creek  11. 1-1. Cooper, Vancouver  &.-H. Dougherty, Deer Park.  J. Lewis, Uooperstown, N.D.   ���  N. C. McKilisti-y, Kimberley.  | Late Telegraphic News |  dxruuiji__-Q___i3ijiji>ixj^^  .SlKM'lll] tO Till. J'KIISI'KCI'dll  AIKMOltlAl/sHltVlCK.  London, Dec    14.���Today  being the anniversary di the deaths  of the Prince Consort and   Princess 'Alice'(Grand   Duchess   of  Hesse), the King and Queen, the  Prince   and Princess  of   Wales  and other members of'the  royal  family attended   special' service  held   in  memory 'of   their ��� late  royal   highnesses  at  the   I'Yog-  more mausoleum; near Windsor  castle." *  The Pov. J. li. Ellison  officiated   and' the  musical * portions  of  the  service   were  fur-  nished;   by  ,the    choir   of   St.  .Geoi-ge's    chapel.    ���   Handsome  floral tributes were-laid near the"  sarcophagus of the late Priifce  Consort'and the beautiful marble  memorial of Princess Alice.  MRS.      PATRICK    ' CAMPBKLL'  ' - *  COMIXfl.  London, Dec. N.���Mrs. Patrick Campbell and her company  sailed for New York,-today. ��� It  is the 'first'visit of the great  English actress lo ^hiorica. -In  connection with her departure  it' js remarked by the London  papers that her company is probably the,'most notable aggrogar  tion of players.-ever taken" to  America." Mrs. Campbell is to  begin her ,, American tour, in  Chicago ' December ._6, after  ,which she will be seen in New  York, Cincinnati. Boston, St.  Louis and other large cities.�� *,  TO   GO  AGAINST 'RECORD.  9     ���      t.    ..  Los Angeles, Cal.,- Doc.   f-1.���-  Cresceus,- the.  famous -trotting  stallion, king of fhe turf, is" now  in Lbs Angeles, and if ������the-plans"  of owner George H. Ivotchain do  not miscarry tho wonderful   performer - will   go     against    his  record at Agricultural   Park this  afternoon.     It  is Dexpected that  the trotter will Avork well  down  toward fhe marlc as the trade   is  in  excellent condition  and   admittedly one'of the fastest in the  country.  IK   WASHINGTON'S   MKMOUV. -  '     >        '    i ���    '  Fredericksburg. Va:. Dec. 14-  A delegation representing Lodge  No.--I, of Masons, of this city,  wont to .'Mf. Vernon today and,  on behalf of tho lodge, placed a  wreath of evergreens on the  grave of George Washington.  This tribute is an annual custom  on thecp_rt of the lodge on the  14th of December, tlie anniversary of Washington's death. In  June of each year a messenger  to bear the wreath to tho tomb  isvchoscn, and permission obtained to place the offering upon  the' sarcophagus in the vaujl.  The first President was "a member of this lodge, and the records  showing his initiation, passing  and raising and bearing his signature io the constitution and  the Bible on which he was obligated are 'sacredly preserved  among -the. treasured relics of  the lodge.  day, on its last trip for the winier  Upon arrival at Hamburg she  will be Jaid up until March for  an overhauling and repairs.  Trans-atlantic travel this winter  is lighter than usual presumably  as nearly all of the big liners  have now been withdrawn from  service until spring."  I-JHTOH.S   VLSIT  CHARLESTON.  -  Charleston.   D, C. Dec.   li'.��� ,  This was '-Editors'Day" on   the '  calendar of the  South  Carolina  interstate and West  Indian  Exposition and newspapermen and  their friends' from  three states  were present in force.    The edi- '  tors    wereo treated    as'   special  guests of the'exposition   officials  and nothing,was'left undone  to <���  contribute to their pleasure- aiid  entertainment.  St. John's Cliurch Guild.   '  ' At a meeting of the ladies of  the St. John's Church Guildlield '  at the residence of Mrs., Charles   '  Leveft on   Wednesday  last the  following  officers  were ��� electee!  for, the ensuing year: "'Mrs. N. ���  A.-Wailinger, president: Mrs., J.  F.    Armstrong,   vice-president;  Miss  Winnie   Armstrong,    sec-  treas.,    A "vd?e��of  thanks  was  -  passed   to  the retiring officers,  after  which, matters of  importance ,in connection with the pro-,   ,<  gress of .the, church  were  dis-'  cussed and future plans arranged  ,*��� -,  u   i        ��.  ��� ' Railway Progress. , '.  Track   laying   commenced   a ''  few days ago at Jennings, Mont,  on the B. C Southern',' and  the  '  company expect to reach Portal,'  B. C hi January, when most, of-  the supplies will come that  way  for the contractors.        *       '    ' ���''  C.P.R.   AGENT   IN   AfSTOAIJA,,  Vancouver, 13. C.,' Dec. 1.'!.���  Among the passengers booked  for Australia today on the  Miowora is William Sfitt. who is  to become general agent, ol the  Canadian Pacific railway for  Australia,, with headquarters at  Sydney, 'fhe establishment of  tlie new ollice is due lo the rapidly increasing trade of the company between Canada and fhe  Antipodes. Mr. Stitt has heretofore been the company's passenger agent at Winnipeg.  DEI'TSCH LAND  WILL   LAY   U>.  New York, .Dec. ill.���The  Ha,mbiu\g:American Line's big  steamship Deutshlaud  sailed to-  , Married.  *      ' * *  ,   Mr.   Ralph "Elton    well-   and  favorably Icnownln Fort  Steele  was married on fhe ^Dtli November at Pincher Crock' to  a  Miss'  Harmer, a young  English .lady.  The happy couple-will  take  up  their residence at Frank. N.   Wr-  T.    We,wish them  many  years  of happiness and prosperity.  A Pleasant Meeting-.,  Doctor Kennedy of Fort Mac-  leod who was here as medical  examiner for the third contingent is an old .friend of Indian  Agent Gaibraith, Ll is L��2 years  ago since they met at Macleod  and a great change has taken  place in the Kootenays and the  Nor. West Territories.  News Items.  Mahagei- MeNaught, of Halcyon Springs,", is deterniine'd to  carry'out his idea of forming an  association of the newspaper  men of British Columbia.  A  district   tributary   to   Fort  Steele is sadly in need of railway .  transportation.  The development of the resources of South East .Kootenay  continues fco go steadily on and  the people of British Columbia'  will soon appreciate what a  source of wealth lies within the  borders of* the Fort Steele  mining district.  Premier Dunsmuir has decided  to close down the Alexandra  mine. He might go further and  close down his government.  The Chinese Six Companies, a  powerful organization of celestials, has declared war against  the re-enactment of the American exclusion net.  Hon. J. D. Prentice, Minister  of Finance announces that a  railway policy would be put before the people shortly, on which -  the government will be endorsed  by the people.  Quart/, mining in the Fort, I  Steele district never looked Z  better or more prosperous.    ;      -a , .*-  ������-+  TIJE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. C., DECEMBER Jl,  1001.  t,  establish i-:u   ires  A. EJ. Grace,  PUBLISHER   AND    EDITOR.  THE   PROSPECTOR,   is   publis.ln.-J  ��� ver> Saturday., and has a guaranteed  circulation larger than any other paper  lu Kast Kootenay. It is all home Printed  and contains double the news of anj  other paper in the district.  As an  advertising  mc-din.u  it  is 1111  ��� zcelled.  Devoted to the upbuilding of Port Sieele, i_2  development of the vast mineral resources of  ibe East Kootenay mining district.  Subscriptions .' 82.00 per year  Advertising rates made known on application.  Contributions are solicited from all parts of ihe  dlitrict, but all matter intended for publication  mast have the writer's signature.  East Kootenay  Bottling Co.  _kZ  9L  fterated waters  Of all kinds.  Syrups. Champagnes, Ciders,  Ginger Ales. Etc.       "  TUIC PAPPR is kept on tile at iheadver-  inlJ inrtn iKing agency of Alaxandei-  *Co., Suite P.. First National Hank Buildinff,  Spokane, Wash., where contracts can be made  for It.      '   ,  This Paper S.*',<�����  on lile at K.. C.  'S Advert is ini,'  Agency, 64 and 65 Merchants Exchange. San  Francisco. Califoruiu, where contracts for advertising can be made for it. c.  Thic Dinar Is kept on tile at the A. Mold lb rdJJC I Kim . Co. Newspaper Ad-  vetislng Agency. Montreal, where contracts  for advertising can be made for it  X'lllS    JL cl   ��CI    Ciraham Jfc    ("\>-n   book  store, Spokane, Wash.  Soda  water  in siphons,  economical wav to handle it.  The   modi  1(L  *  Headouarters  for   Mining   and   Commercial  ���b-l;  Men  *  The  ��he %Jt08p��CtOK~  SATURDAY, DKCKMUEil 14, 11)01.  "No  Enemies, to Punish-  Special Friends to Servo. "  -No  I  T has been a great misfortune  that the big producing  mines of the Fort Steele district'  could not have been worked con-1  ��tinuoualy during ' the past year, j  for the ��� inactivity, and closing!  down of these mines has mean:!  a considerable loss to'the miners'  0 '  the merchants, the government,  '  and the district in general.  ,   It is supposed that the- North  Star will resume operations dur-  iag the present month, that  the  Sullivan mine'will start-up about  the  middle  of February.     The  St. Eugene is ready at any   time  to resume operations if the price  ."of loadL, will   insure a profit.    It  will be good news to the district  when the mines start   up,   for a  renewal   of   mining   operations  means ' that" tho old   time pros-.  perity is to return.  , i  -X-       *       *  '     . c -v      ' ,  ��� From the best authority it is  learned that a, large amount of  railway construction will be coin-,,  inenced in South East Kootenay  ANDREW    NEID1G  GONTRftGTOR     and    BUILDER  1 i  HOUSK AXIJ SH1X l'Al.S'TlVli  CAI.CIMIN'ING and l'.UM-'k lUNUl.N'Li  ' ,   FORT STEELE, B. ,0.'"'  r '    i  JST*   All   work promptly done.  CANADIAN  niat  RAILWAY  i    y- f  Atlantic , Steamship " Department  Christmas  All    Modern     Conveniences  FORT    STEELE,   B,   C.  Large   Sample   Rooms, for, Commercial   Men.  -st:���  -*  Sailings  -TO���r  England  CARLIN &  MERCHANTS  i  during the coining summer.  ,������      *    *   *  Great storms are raging, and  cold weather prevails'along the  Atlantic coast! It' is different  here, no storms,-no cold weather  Beautiful weather prevails west  df tike mountains.    0  C.P.R. officials remark that if  .the American trusts are��-to be  allowed by the Dominion Government to obtain control of the  C.P.R. system, -it is the thin  wedga towards the United States  absording Canada.  There would be but little  difference between the United  Slates, or the C. P. R., in the  matter of owning Canada. Both  out for graft, with-the C.P.R. in  the front rank. There will be a  time when the C. P. R. will take  a fall, and work for the interest  of   fhe   Dominion  or   ��ret  out of  business.  It is not, nor has it been, the  desire of > Ttrrc Pkosi3kctok to  over estimate what can and i.s  being done in the Fort Steele  district. It has endeavored to  conform its statements to a conservative basis, and to that end  the facts printed have been  gathered from mine owners and  superintendents of eompanic-  who have no centive to <_ive in.  correct in formation.  ST. .JOHX. X.B. TO LIVKKl'OOL  Pal-Wan Xov. Si       Xumidiiiu Xow 30  Ionian LV-o. T "   -        Tunisian   Dec.   11  PORTLAND T���0 LIVERPOOL  Dominion Xov 23    Cumbromaii Xov 30  Vancouver Dec. 1-Ja  BOSTON TO LIVKRPOOL.  Tvefnia XTov. 23 Saxonia  Dec. 7  Now Kii^-laucl Dec. 4, *   L'ltonia 'Dec. 23  Nl':\V VVORK TO , LI V liRPOOL.  Celtic Nov-. -2(i Emii'ia Nov. 23     ���  (Jct'iimiiio Nov. 27    ''Campania Xov. 30  M"ajcf-lic Deo. 4     '    Uuibi-ia T>o.c.J  Cymric Dec. 10      '   Lm-ania Deo. 14  Oceanic Dec. 11 '        Etruria Dec. 21  Ten Louie Dec. IS.      Campania Dec."28  Kl'IW   VORK   TO-,SOt;rJ'H.\MJ1TON  FJnvorford Nov. 27 , Philadelphia Dec 4  St Paul Dec. II St. Louis Dec. IS  Continental   Sailings  ��� Of ���  North    German    Lloyd,     Hamburg  Paclcct Co..   Holland   American   Red  SLtir   French   and" Anchor    Lines   on  application.  , For reservation of berths rates and  complete information call on or write  nearest C. P. R'. Agfcnt.  E. tf. COYLB,  A. G. P. A.  Vancouver  Fort  Steele;  DURICK  GI��NI��RAL  Jiest  Kootenav.  Monte carlo Restaurant.  THE MOST  UP-TO-DATE  PLACE IN FORT STEELE.  Everything Cooked  "AS   YOU   LIKE   IT."  Sole Agents ,for the  Canton steel company  ^ -     * ��� . i '   p.      > <��� i  r , i, '  Tins Stkbl is guaranteed lo he equal to .lossop's or Firths in' all  WM. ROBINSON,   Proprietor,  Hard Rock VVouk.  Sole Agent:  p. r  J. S. CARTER.  Dis. Pass. A'gt.  ���    Nelson.  A DESIRABLE PREMIUM  In makinjr cheint of * premium fw  their weekly for season, 1901-02 th*  Fr��_ PreM, Wlnnlper. Sav�� accui*4  xome-hlng- quite out of the ordinary. >  Consld.ra.tlon of the a value te tht  farmers of Western Canada of an accurate thermometer ' and a reliable  barometer led <o negotiation. wiMt the  largest niakM-s of observatory Instruments and appliances In America,  md ais a result of tlioae'n*c<Kla<Uona  there has be?n obtained a large lumber of accurate and reliable, combined  therinonimeter. and barometers, which  have been tested carefully, after betac  made especially to suit the extremes  of climate met vs'Uh in^thii country.  The barometer is guaranteed l* Indicate atmospheric changes correetly  and the uhecmometer to register temperatures down to SO d-egi-Hts belo-w  zero.  These handsome instruments, indispensable in every heme In Western  Canada, will be sent free to any person forwarding $1.00 for the Weekly  Tree   Press.  '- Sole   Agents  Grow'sHest Goal company  Giant Powder Gompano.  ff      Mining'Supplies a Specialty.  Agents for the   MASSEY ,HARRIS    CO., Limited.     '  Farming  Implements.  Fort; Steele    >:  Meat Miarfcet  It ( <s "  1<'RI_SH   anfl   SALT  MEATS  ALWAYS  ���     '' .'     '        .*!,.."       ON,HAND. ;  ���    '     '     ,  R..W. .ROGERS,'Proprietqr.        ':, r, '  .  Freyh Halibut,   Salmon, Salmon Trout, Bologna  Sausage,  Butter and Kggs. - Pish and Game in Season. - , '  Fort Steele  and  .Kimberley  *~^i  * $  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  The Steele House  Fort Steele. B. C.  Centrally Situated on Riverside Avenue.  Conducted on Up - To T Date Methods.  I N.HANSON,!  General Merchant  Liquor Dealer;  AND  8r  &  I  /?\ The Best Bar In Town.  D. IMEcltfeisli  PROPRIETOR.  *  *  *  * " ���      - ���     5  '.Tile I). A T..' EmuUion oi foil f.ivci  Oil taken in c:i-,i_-�� of Lrunoi*al delu'lity  and lo��.- of :ipp<:liLo. i�� <ui". to ^'ive ih_  liest results. Il rt'iton.-, liciilth and i-l-  new'n vit:ilit.\. I)avi-..*i I .u'ai-.-ik-i" <'<i..  Ltd.. manufacturi-i"..  The Whole Story  in  <_.  letter :  (PKHRV   liAdV.)  From Cupt. F. r.oyc. I'olice Ptntlon N.,:  S, Miiiitrciil:- ��� .I'd Trei|ii��iitly u-o l'r.intr  1>avi��' I'ai.n-Kh.i.eii tor imiiir in Ihe. utiiin-  nr.'t. rheniitatititi, e.iifti'^n, frn*i bilen. chil~  blttiits, ������i^tn'iiji. tni.l Jill Aillic.tloiiM wliicli  licTnll men in ,,nr |,--ili.,i,. I h��ve i:,o liMi-  Ulioti in Miying Mint I'Ai.s-Kii.i.r.it ij the.  lift revieily t'> lmv�� near xt hiind." ���''''  II��r<l   Tnf*^riinlly   iiihI   Kxlcrnttlly.  T\v>> Kizcs, S5c. null 50o. bolllrn.  Port    Steele  Brewing    Co,  FORT STEELE,  B. C.  MANUFACTURERS and BREWERS OF EXTRA FINE  A now rifl<\ 20-iiH-Ii barrel.  Wf;ifjrlit 4 pouiuls. O. B. ostps  and .22 Hliort R. F. ilas an  Ar'TOirATIC SAFETY and  cannot lie di.schargcd accidentally.  Price Only $4.00  If these rifles arc not carried in Htook  liy your denier, send price and we will  ."..nd it, to yon express prepaid.  Send stamp for catalog describing complete. line and containing valuable information to shooters.  The J. Stevens Arms and Tool Co.  p..��i! �����-8G". CH1C0PEE FAUS, MASS.  Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber,       A liu-^c assortment of seasoned Lumber and.fahinglo'ft always  on hand. ' ,        <s,  S^ DIMENSION      LUMHEK  A ���   SPECIALTY. "=3.  I      WflSfl.   - - BG.      ��  JUST    RECEIVED  BEER  SOLD    BY    THE  3g    PORTER  BARREL,    KEG    OR    BOTTLED  Hotlled beer for family use a specialty  i  OUTSIDE ORDERS GIVEN tfTRIC'J' # PROMPT ATTENTION  SATISFACTION GUARANTIED-^---i  utz & Scott, Prop's.  Assorted Car of Rest Brands of Flour, and   Meals,, etc.  Flour, Pateut'l-Iungarian and Strong Baker.  Rolled Oats, Cracked Wheat, Whoallotts,  Cornmeal, Buckwheat Flour, Split Poas,  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,  Butter and ttggs.  Hams  and   Dry Salt Side Bacon..  POTATOES   and   CARROTS  FIREWOOD all lengths to suit all stoves.  THE   FORT   STEELE  E.C. MILLER, Proprietor POST 0FF5CE BOX 836.  ISlf^   All goods guaranteed and prices also as being correct.-  Send in orders.  ZK;  .  .jil:~_ THE PKOoPi-OTOK, FORT STEELE, h. C,  1901.  THE  ERIA  H. REINEMAN, Proprietor.  Fort Steele, B. C.  C-   ,  arid Most Complete Hotel In South IBast Kootenay  -v  J\.JLdJLj  ODERN   CONVENIENCES  Sample Rooms for Commercial, Men;  Headquarters tor Mining  Men.  KIM  Tlie    Coming   Town   of   East  Kootenay.     $&*  -~s^i-  Near the lamous  . N'ortyh"'' Star .'   '."; -,-;v ��� ;  , ''   r" a ' i .  ',���'  atid iSwllivaitt JVliin  A Limited Number of Lots for Sale  n '  at Prices Ranging from **-  , ^ *i r       ��i ,_  $1:25   TO   $400  NOW   IS  THE TIME TO BUY as prices will be advanced the first  of the year. *      , r "    -z   ',",,'       ���  Appjly to  Land Commissioner, C.VP. R.  Winnipeg, Man., or to  BEALE 6t  Fort Steele and Kimberley,  KIMBERLEY.  ROYAL HOTEL  KTMBRTlfiF-Y,  R. C.  Tho Kiiifit. r^iciuors ami  -Cigars and "Ties.! Fni-nUlicd  -.Uooin-, in Town.  J.   I.   GATES,   Prop.  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trademarks  Designs   ,  ���r. .. .- Copyrights &c  Anyone ��en<llii|{ a sketch and dcnorliiMon may  .ifiili-kly'anfertiiiii our opinion free whellicr nil  liirnuliim''�� probably patentable. OimiiminK-a-  U0119 hi rictly confidential. Handbook on I'.-ilenta  cent free. Oldoat neeney for aeciirinir palcuia.  ���' jiiltenls tiiUou throuich Munn-it, Co: rpiielvc  si'ftiiil itnt.Ue, without clmnte, lu the  Scieaitlf ic jlmericait.  A handsomelyillustrated Ve��kly.- t.nreeat. clr-  dilution of any HcijcntlUc Journal...' Terms, ��J a  year- four months*. ��}. gold byull newBdealem.  MUNN & Co.3S,B^w^ New York  '   {Travel- OIHoe, m V St., Washington. DC.  Guaranteed $900  Saiaru    *<**�����  .Men and womuii ol ��ood uddrc^ i-i-p-  I'C.icnL u*., homo to travel appointm"  aoentf., ot,lic;t'h for local work looking  utter our iiHeivsts, +iJ()<) salur.v i>iiiii'iiii-  tcod ,VL'.irl,\: c.\trii (���oiiuni.-.Moiis and  c.\])Oiim;s. rapid .idviiiK-uiiioni old established hoiiM.-. (liand chanr- lor  ciii'Tiu.st man or women lo _<-.imii'i> ploa-.-  anl, puriiianciit position, liliurul inioine  and future. New, brilliant lint's Write  al once. '  STAFFORD    PRESS.  2.'! Church St.. Xew Haven. Conn.  HIGHWARDEN  & SON.  PI0NI.KR : BARBER SHOP  l^M-ythiii^, Strictly';Pii'st Class.  Ni'.rl. door to the. Prospector.  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  HON"  THIRTY-TTIWTH YEAR.  ������d SCIENTIFIC  PRESS  24 Pa^es  :  'Weekly  :   Illustrated.  INDISF ^-NSABLE  TO MINING MEN.  $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.  SK.VII  HOIl SAMIM.K COI-V.  MINING -dSd^ntific PRESS  330 MARKET ST., SAW FRANCISCO, CAt.  WANTKI) Tr.USTWOUTIlY M IW  AND WOMRN lo t,rav<;I and ailvrrlwi'  for old I'slalili^lii'd hnnso of Milid linim-  ciiil Muiiilino. S.ilary +-7.**ll .1 year anil  c.NpeiiM",. all pa.\al)k' in ��'a>h. No '-an-  v.i"-Mn�� 1 00,11 i red. (live l'l-fci-oui''"- .md  ondosc . self addressed stamped uiij.'  yelopis.- Address Maua^'er, M/i'/i I'axl.un  I !li.to'..'(!hiea<;-o.    . ������',.-  ..'.    Fort   Steele     Z   ;  RA,KE,RV,::  !l. A 1. I li: . Proprietor.  I UiVKUSlDji'v ���AVKNIJ'K  .'iJ(.)pL:iilc.    i'Oal    ij..;i.:c.  t*******#i******i***********#*��*'*-r***#  .    *  *  IS I'lTlir.ISIIKlJ HVEKV SATITIUJAV, AN1J ll-\-, A  i:LrAi��ANTi-:i-:u cjikculation  i.Aii<.!i,;it ,tiian v  ���ANV OTIIICU I'Al'Klt.lN KAf^ KtX>TKNAV. IT IS  Al.l. IIO.MIO l'ltlNTl'Jn.ANIJ CONTAINS DOUKI.III  Till-: AMOUNT Ob; NKWS OK ANY I'A1*KU,IN TIIK  UlSTltlCT.       - ',' ' .',  *  *  *  1 ' . <  i �� ' ' '" ��  As   Ari    A.d\rertislzi��y   Medium  Unexcelled. -    ��  ,  o  *^ TIIK 1'KOSPKCTOK COVKKS'A  MSTK1CT S  ��_    F.ARGKK THAN SO.MK KMPIltRS. AND HAS A <T  jj[   r.ARGK FOKKItJN CIUOUr.ATION. |J|  *                                                     " 1>  It   Is  ^^'  The Paystreak Of Ad's In This Paper Pays From The Grass Roots,  And Never Pinches Out, Stake One !     The Result Will Be To  1 ' '  Your Interest.  .JOB PRINTING, Of? ALL KINDS NEATLY AND PROMPTLY  EXECUTRIX < ���*     ;-  TO THE DEAP.  A rich lady cavocl of her Doiif-  ness nnd Noises in the Head by  Dv. Nicholson's Artificial Eur  Drums, gave $10,000 to this Institute, so that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums  may have thein free. Address  No. MHIH. The Nicholson Institute. 7ft0, Eighth Avenue,  Now York. U. R. A.  1 *  (       '  1   t     i  3  3 -     4.-.  ;  i  DIL.SB & CROFTS  CONTRACTORS  All   Kinds   of   Hrick   and   Stone   Work  13RTCK and LTME For Sale PLASTl-UINf!   Promptly Done  CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS,  COPYRIGHTS AND DESIGNS.  Send your.butiinevfl direct to AVnnhintrton*  lHve> time, cost* loan, Itettt..- MTvU.e.  My office cloia to V. S. PaUnt Offlct. .FTU-.E prcllmln.  anr vxKmlD&tloiui m��dfl. Attr'B fe�� not du�� *r.-.'.l patent  ll iKared PERSONAL ATTENTION OIVSK���11 YEAKB  ACTUAL EXTERIEKCE. Book "How to obtain IM.nte,".  etc.. tent free. Fatente nroenred through n. (I. Hlggeri  recelY* ipeclal   notice,  without chai-pr,  In   the  recelYo epeclal   notice,  without chai-pr,  In   the  INVENTIVE   AGE  mmtrtet-td monthly���EleTenthyeAr���torDK. ��1. * jHr  sE.6.SIB6��RS.EmL"f-  '''-''  i- ������. .' '���   . ���'"'.'  0  0  E  T  O  E  N  T  Q  O  T  C  S  R  B  H  N  U  J  $2M |N CASH,!  (  We will give the above reward lo any person wlio will correctly arrange the  >above lettem to spell tlie iminoi'tif three Canadian cities. Ueeeacli letter but  ionce. Try it. We will poniliyely give the money away, and you -may be the  ,f fortunate person. Should there" Vie more than 1 'sp.t'of correct, answers, the  )-monp.y will be divided equally. For instance should n purmo'tis send in correct A  ,��nHwerii; eucli will receive $40 ; hIiduIiI 10 persons send in correct answers,\  'each will .receive. $2.0 ; twenty persona, $10 each. Wo do this to introducef  Aour firm nnd goodn we handle aaqiiicklv as possible. S15ND NO MONEYS  \ WITH. YOUR ANSWER. Tliis is a FREE contest. A poet card will do. \  9 Those who h��v�� not receirciinuythlnK from other contests,.try this one. 0  ��-^^-^^feKMPIWe aUPPLY CO. ORIUtlA. CANADA.-*^��,-^^�� THE PROSPECTOR. FOltT STEELE, \i. C, 190J  "���-'��� ���������������  WWW'  $##4HtHH*  Rf   STEELE  3*#  *  *  The Mining Center of the District of South East Kootenay  G?  The Largest  Mineral Areas,  and the Moist  XSxtensive  Coal'Fields on  American Continent  are Situated  South EastKoi  Agriculture  Grrazing and .the  Lumber Industry  are Prominent  I i  ��� ' " i v    i      * ,r  Features of the  a    I l  District.1  i  The   Crawford   Bay   and   Fort   Stfeele   Railway   will   be   constructed' this   year.  ���   *     * .   * f j     *���  The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway, Recently Surveyed, will pass through  * i-  i  1     Yl  ft  I  m  1  ���I  STEB  m'  And    Tap    the   Greatest   Mineral   Belt   of   the   District  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. C.  DECEMBER 14, 1901.  ��fte ffltcr&pzctov.  sJATUHDAY, DKCK.MIJKll 14, 1001.  fr  I  Covering Sin.  There are two ways ol eover'mp:  sin, man's w:iy nnd (Jod's way.  You cover your sins, and they  will have ar resurrection some-  lime; let God cover them, and  neither, devil nor man can find  them.  There are lour expressions in  Iho Bible with regard to where  God puts sins. He puts thein  '���behind His back.'' * If God has  forgiven me, who will bring a  charge against mev '��� 1Jo has  blotted them out, as a thick  cloud." You see a cloud tonight  and tomorrow there isn't a cloud  to be seen. ''He casts them into  the depths of the sea." Some  one has said, "Thank God that  it is a sea and not ,a river; a  river might dry up, but the sea  cannot." Tlie greatest blessing  that ever comes to me this side  of heaven is when God forgives  me. Have '.you been forgi von ?  The fourth expression i.s that, He  removes them "as far as the,east  is Jroni the west." Do you know-  how far that is? Perhaps some  good ma'thematician will figure  that up. , <y  Ii'0< we confess our sins, Ho is  l.iilhlul and just to forgive us  our sins, and to cleanse us from  all unrighteous. -Then' make  sure thaUyou are forgiven.  NOTICE.  NOTICK lb HKKK13Y CIYKV lhai smv  days from the elate hen of 1 iiiti mi ie .ipplv to  the Chiel Commissioni i ol Lands .iml WujI.n  Yictona Ii <" for .i SPKCIAL LICKN-sL io  ouniiiu"oanv .ivv.i, umbel iioiu lln lollouin;.'  <t( sc i ibed Cl own I. mils ���    '  Commencing .u .1 posl pl.mit d ,u .t point  situate 'im- 1111k' 1101 Lli of lln- No, lh K.istc-oiiici  of umber limit held unilei S I,.iik s spec Ml  limliei license -lui.lie 11c ..r Luke (ieel;, K.ist  Kootenav Theme l'.tst ( iglitv diauss ilium-  .N'oitli cifjlity (bains, tin n'��i < Wist (lglm  1 hams thence south cighlv I'll.uns 10 tlie point,  orcomiucinc lin-iil iniupiKing in .,]] .ilioul o|i|  :ui( s of umbel I.mils. '  Uuti'd tins mill 1l.1v ol Octobei   1001   44- CHAKLKS i:    FINCH, Applicant  u\��u<um��u*ntMin��nuivtu��>ui  f,  J. TAENHAUSER  WMVIIM \KK1*   1111(1   .IHWKM.lt  TiiKinx nig  Hivci'siiU' .\vi-niit\ o  l-\n'l Steele',  15. C.  "V4-"  GEARY   &  DOYLE.  Q-.l^  Llvcru, Feci! &  Kort, Sli'_lc"l�� (  CJtiM-  i.irMnvTr.'H  s'jmici  'J" e Dominion Om 11 -inr ni is lie*. 111:1111-  ��� alnniga iju.iiintinr ��.r�� woi' 10 m.'\< it thein-  UDiiuitirn ol su ill or.x liom sr.ul'i or the  I Soil Jttl ��� > %    it'loli.llio Plains  The rium iiilini genus ilioie .111' M  Pill l.l.l PI"-,    mil   K    A     KLTON      .nni    .ill  ]li I soils ill's.) lilt'Lo I lli-s   IJlto   I '.liciill.lll   leill-  toi v nu.st li'imi 1 to tin 111. giving stiisfn imv  I'Mclt nil* ui itceiil siim-ssfiil vac-cm 111011 or  olheiwisi ni'ist sijhinil to li,- \.o 1 ni.ili-il on  e 10.sing  A ]n.i\\ Jim 1111\ , In' iiiiiJOsii1 ,11 .my  pei sons ne'glei Liu;.''01 del\ .ug ij'i .i.iiitiii, 11 gu-  i.itions  HUGH  WATT, M   D.  r SI- Dominion 'Ju.11.u1um" Onlooi.  MJXEKA1,   APT  (FOIlM   F )  MIIItK'A IP Oh   IMPIlllVIMrM'1  NOTICE.  SHORtLINE  "    >j��HicAeci  ROY,    ANTELOPE,    STANDARD   AND  O. K.    MINERAL   CLAIMS.  Situate-111 tlie Foil Steele Mining  Division  of Souili Kast ICootenay Distiiet.  Where located    On the light bank of Perr  cieek aliiiut  om> mile  below   the ��� Old,Shaft"  plaoci leise  Take notice ih.it I. .Tames A.* Harvey. Free  .Mini-i's Ceitilli- it.. No ��� li infill)". Agent fur  TliouiisT M(\r.;n', Fiee Minci s Certificate  *No 114<|si' i:i,l���.,;0 .I��!i'111^'s Free Miner's  1 <1tltU.1t. No '.: i'.'.' Gust Tines, Free  Mlnei-sCeitiheate No. "P. 4140i' anil William  Thomson Fiee Miner's Oeiuflcate No  li 4ill". . intend -uiiv davs from llie dale  heieor, to apply to the Mining Keconlei for a  Ceitilleate of Improvements for the puiposeof  obtaining a C10v.11 Ciiant of the above claims  And furlliei lake notice that action,  undei  si i-tlon 17, must be couimenced before the issuance of such Ceilllicate of Inijnoveiiieuls.  Dated ihls -,'lst dav of Sepieiubei, A.D.. IWll.  I'I- .f. A. HAKVKV.  'Itpcrulav  Diiil.\   St'iio'c   njoiiis nl]  iiviiiis ai, |"\>rl fitoolo .Junction.  \     SA J")1H.IC *  I "ACK   11 () I I.S 1CS  II   tMIMI  Ol   'U.I.   hlSPS.l SI'I <  I \\  \\  Takiiig: liife Easily.  a  One thing fexperience toadies  that life being no benediction for  those who take it easily., The  harvest cannot' be reaped until  the soil has been deeply  ploughed and freely harrowed.  "Learn lo suffer and bo strong,"  says the poet: and certain it is  that without suffering there-can  bo; no strength, ' Not, indeed,  that     suffering    is   oi-    makes  " strength, but that it evokes  Ihe  'latent power/1, and   rouses   into  ��� action  the  energies  that would  otherwise have lain inglorionsly  1 supine. The discipline of life is  a necessary prelude to tho victory of life; and all that is finest  purest, and noblest in human  nature is called forth by the"  presence" of want, disappoint  ment, pain, opposition, and injustice. Difficulties can be .conquered only by decision; obstacles can be removed only by  arduous effort. These test our  .manhood, and at the same time  confirm our self-control.  .-������_:_-S*5!_  & AFTER SHAVES  COOLS, COK-ORTS/* <D r  HEALS T'lE SKIN, 1 "(A- '  BLI.IG THE MOST lEN  DE" FACE TO ENjOY A  CLOSES-'AVEWniOUT ,,  4-o-v UK.'tEAor'Nr RLVo-TS l-  ���   y% Ittrii (fa|,ni>r(l|i>   ,r.|��^J  '"Hiii(|vVi<ciiil 2^:^.01 I -us  "ui.'B'C.i.   j io he "the same  jor*',' Prn'1 i' Extract, winci, >  EoujI./   s.ur    and  qenernll  deadly, poison.  1 Ydiii' attention lZ called 'to the  ,"JJionoei' Limited" traiius of Llie "Mil-  w.iukee & St I'.uil ll.iihvay." -'Tlii- only  porfei't ti'tiins in the world."  You will Imd it, desii'.tble lo fide on  tliOM.- trains wlien going lo iin.v jioint. in  tlii.' Kiisk'i'i! Stains or Canada.. 'J'hey  coiinei-t ' witli all Transcontinental  Trains'and" all Ticket A��ents sell  tickets. ^  ForDrurtlier infoi'ination. pamphlets,  etc, ask any Ticket Agent or   ,  U.  U.'FOI IT). 0. .T.iKDDY     ,   '  lJa?s. Ascnt,    ,      General A^ent,  SPOKANE.     '      POUTLAKD.  A11NKKA1. ACT, 18|lrt  (KOIIM  J,'.)  I hit I IFKJA'I'K OF  IMI'llOVRMKNI'S.  NOTICE.  In tho Center of -\li ic.i rhe fuino ol  lJain-JCilH*r has .spread The natives  use it to euro cuts, wound-? and sprains  us well as bowel complaints. Avoid  substitutes, there* but one* Pain-lCillc'r  IV-rrytDavi-Z    :'.~>c. and ."ilic.  B    READ.  THE'PROSPECTOR.  THE NEW YORK  CLIPPER  Contains   a    Reliable    Reoord  of all the Events In the,  THEATRICAL WORLD  AND THE ,  WORLD OF SPORTS.  PUBLISHED WEEKLY.  ��4.00 A YEAR.   SINGLE COPY, lOOtS.  For Sale by ail Nowsdealera.  SAMPLE   COPY    FREE.  Address NEW YORK CLIPPER,  NEW YORK.  Kuicriilil I'Vactional  Mineral  Claim.  Sllu.ili' in tliu MlnliiL' Division of South Kasl  Kootcnuy ,  Where located- -On HuelUelieny Mouiil.iln  .uljolnnii.: Hit- Ninth Slur Alinlin; Cumiunv's  piopcuv. f  TAKK NOTICK tli.it I, Nell Mi-LeoU Ciirran,  Free Miner's Cuitillcate No "II. \'\M" .ictinu  .is iisteni foi the Noith Sur Mining Cnnipnnv.  I.iniiteil 1 (Non l'erson.il Llabilliv) Fiet*  Minei's C'eililU-iitc No. II llilV, tniend.  sixty il.i\s f 1 om thu date hcirof, to apply to tin-  Mliiini; Rec-oidei for a Certificate of Impiove-  menls - tot the purpose of obt.unliij,' .1 Crown  Grant of the above claim  Aiidfuitliei-takeiioticcth.it action, under  suction Hi', must be c-ommoiieed before the issuance of such C'eitilicate of Improvements.  Dated al ICimlierli'V H. f'pthis ^Gthil.ivor  Sepl    IIK)I.  ^0-      '   NKIL Mcl.ICOD CUKKl\N   Agent'  M1N11RAL ACT.  (FORM  P.)  CBII'l'IVie<TK OF lMPKOVKMr.N'ls.  NOTICE.  God Back of All  Some men look al the world as  one who should go into a factory  and trace the process of cloth-  making by Ihe machinery alone,  as if there was no master hand  !ihat made the 'machinery, and  continually com rolled at. Hero  is the finished cloth. What mudu  it? The loom wove it. But the  owner-moved the loom? No: it  was moved by this band. Then  he drew the band'? No; il was  moved by a wheel. Hut he  turned the wheel? No; it was.  turned by the water-wheel. Certainly he makes that, 1,0? No; il  was driven by the water. And  the river? Comes irom Hie  clouds. Thus he traces Jho  whole process, and does not see  any human intervention. And  yet it is all controlled by the  mind of the man who stood be  side him.  Astiimalcne Brings Instant Relief and  Permanent Cure  in All Cases.    '  !i! SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECETPT OF POSTAL.  CKABi  S u>-%ir��i  - i!!lr  Agents  Wanted  Complete Life of Queen Viotoria  1*EST BOOK  BKST TK11MS  Outfit Mailed on Receipt ot J."j cents  Address  S. (J. Mll-U-R A. CO..  l'ortlaiKl, Ore, U'.S A.  Horses , Ranched.  Horses I'iiuc.hed and led hay sit  '���id poi' month.      I astui'ii��?e with-  ���out  li:<y  ��-   per inontli.    Apply  .,���4,07."     ,''   ',; "���'���''..  .-.'���''  ".;,   .    ,".���'.      '"   :���'  -jZvriilOK'QUllilsa  There is nothing like Asthmtt-  lene. It-, brings instant relief,  even in the worst cases. It cures  when all else fails.  Tin* Uev. C F. WEbLS, of Villa  Hidgc. 11) , ^.tys- ������ Vour trial liottle of  Asthmaleno received 111 trood condition.  I c.iiinoi loll you how thankful 1 feci  for the yood di-uved from it T was if  sI.xm* t'li.tmoil with putrid sore throat  nnd iiathniii lor ten years. r despaired  of cr-v lioiny en rod. J --aw* youradver-  tiseiiK-iit loi the I'litc of Ihib dreadful  .md to. nivjiituiu di��v.-aso. asthma, and  tlioiifilil you had o\er-5poken \ourselves  lint resohed ln^i\e it, :i tiinl. To my  .istoiiishnioni, tin- trial .u'ted like a  clnu'iii     Send mc'.i full-si/.e bottle.*"  \\ t* want to send toe\ei.\ siillorer a  trial treatment of Asthni.ilene. similar  to 1,1k- one that cured Mr. Wi-IK "We'll  send it hy mail I'OSTI'A 1D. ABSO-  UjTKI.y' I'-Ill.K Ol'1 (ill.Mlf! to  any stillerei* who will wiile for K. eu-n on .1 piwt.il Never mind, though  you are (Icpainny. however h.id yom e.isc. Aslhnialenc will relieve and  i-iii'o. The miiw join ease, the more ^hul we are lo send it Do not delay. Write .it oiiee, addressinS l)K. TAl-'T MHOS.' MUDK INK CO..  7!) l-iihl l.'IOlh St.. N. V. City.    Sold \>v all Drunnists  I3RINC8  RELIEF.  ^��t*frfr��-fr6-��-fr&&&&frfrtfrfr&&--&&fr&t&frfr(cfrtffr&^&fr&&r&frftS-t6-5-<:'  tii  tii  0i  I.  til  *  til  til  vb  ��_  ill  Ui  tii  tii  \ii  tii  tii  tii  tii  til  *  tii  tit  tii  *  )li  til  tii  tii  tii  tii  \i>  tii  Mi  *  Ui  tii  tii  Ul  Ui  Ui  Ul  *  Ui  Ui  Ui  Ui  Ui  Ul  u>  Ul  vi  Ui  III  Ui  Ui  Ui  Ui  'UalTodJl Fractional Mineral Claini.  -iiuiulu 111 lliu Minmi; Di\ isi-m of South K-.ist  ICcintcnuv.  Wlicic Incited-���On HucMi-beiry Mountain  .idjouitiiff the North Stui- Coiup.iiiv s liiopertv.  ���T.ilte notice that I, Neil Mcr.eodCmran, Free  Minei'sCeititU'.iie No It 4U1K, aenntf us usent  foi the Noith Stui Mi 111 nk Company, Limited.  (Non Personal Liability) Vrec Miner's Cor-  tiUc-dle No B. l.),2l.">, Intend sixty duys, fiom  the ditto hi'reof, to apply to the MIiiiiik Kecoid-  ei foi .1 Certilieate of impioienients. for the  puiposu of obtaining a Ciovwi Giant of the  aliove claim. *  And fuitlu'i talto,notice that action umidsection Sr, must be commenucd before the issuance of such Cei tttlcate of Improvements.  Dated at Ivimberlev. B C, this ifith dav of  Sept, 11)01 " ,  ���10-       t NK1L MeLKOD CUKKAN, AgenU  Notice to Delinquent Go owner3.  To Wait Wade, or to unv pel sou or persons  to whom he may have tntnsfeircil' his interest  ui the 'Roy",^"Antelope;- "Slandaid- and  ���'OK mincial claims, (01 anv of them.) situate on Pen v creek I n the Foit Steele Mining  Division of East Kootenay and recoided in the  Mining Uecoiders' office at fort Steele. H. C.  You are heicbv notilied that I have expended since Oetobci IOth, 189(1, foul bundled  dollaisin labor and improvements upon the  above mentioned mineral claims under the provisions of the Miuoi.il Act And if within  mnet'v days from the date of this notice vou  fail oi lefuse tocoutiibute youi portion of  such expendilmc together*-* ltli all costs of ad-  vciUsing, vour interest in said claims will become mv piopeitv under Section 'V of an Act  entitled "An Act to Amend the Mlneial Act  1000  Dated at Foit Steele. August J7th. ItMIl  3S- GUST   THKlfe.  NOTICE.  Sixt\ days after date 'i intend to apply to  the Chief Commissioner of r.ands and Worl.s  for pui mission to cut and can v awnv timber  from the followinR de1<;ribed lands, commencing at a po.st about three chains east of the  Golden load, between ihetlMth ami Soth mile  posts i iinninc east ^0 chains thence south 80  eliains, thenct west 80 chains thence north B0  chains, thence east JO chains to place of commencement. Conl.iiiiint; Ml acies mine or  less  Dated this Hth d.i\ of Septembei, 1001.  :�� \V. A CHISUOl.M  Daisy Raueli.  Fort, Steele.  iair��runnnTTTTntTTr(7T7nTTr7rrn;TnTmnyTfm7y^frmTnvTnTT^7Tm7TTT?mMTT��n?TTTTiT��rD  I capital wanted:  1     To Develop  I     The Rich Mineral  |      Resources Of  |     South East Kootenay. !  1 -   Partially Developed,  fc And Undeveloped Copper  | And Silver-Lead  Properties                          :  I Are Offered For Sale On                               \  | Liberal Working lionds.                                 j  |     FU\i   liRl'Ol-TS,    AND   INFORMATION; WRI'PF, TO     \  **" ��� ���  M  ���    ��� ��� -  I'",' a   rCHARLES ESTIViERE. . ��� j  | .   Kimberley,   B.C. . \  luuiAUiiuauiiuuuuuuuimuuiiuuuujihuiAuuuauiiiiauiiU-iiiiJtuuuuuiiuiii  NOTICE.  Sittv days aftet dale 1 intend to apply to  the Chief Commissioner of r.ands and Works  foi peimission to cut and cauv iw,iv timber  f l om the folIowiiiK de.scubed land in South-  10-ast ICootenaj. CuniinouciiiK at a post about  tluee chains eiust of the Oolden load, and between the .11 and :r> milf post, thenee east 40  chains thence noith 80 eliains, thence wesl 80  chains, thence south HO chains thence east 40  chains to place of loiiimeneouieiit. contafninj,'  mo aeics mote oi less  A. II   GUACr.  10       Hated this I4th day of Septembei, 1001.  NOTICE.  Si*ct\ d.ivs aft< r date r Iiit.-nd to appi,\ to  tin Chief Commissiouoi of Lands and woiUs  foi pei mission to cut and can v awav timber  fi mil the follow inn descubed land in South-  I'.ist K'ooUna\ r-oinnieiieoiiiir at a post abom  I In oi- chains east of the Golden road between  the .Claud 114 mil* post thoii-t. east 40 chains  tlientt-south 80 chains thence west 80 chains,  thenci noi th 80 eliains llionti- easl 40 chains to  pl.u e of lOinmencement romuinini; M0 aeics  moi c oi less  .1   A. 1IARVMV  Cl       Hated this 14th daj of Septembei-, 1001  GflNN & GO.  General     Merchants  FoiiT StickM_. R C.  Pruit  ('.ONl'MIGTIONKllY  Stationkry  ClGAKS.  Post Offick ��� Store.  NOTICE.  NOTICE IS F1KUKI3V OIVKN that  we the  undersigned intend. .*) da>s after llie his.1 pub-  licauou of this notice, or as soon  afterward as  the application tan be heaid   to applv   to the  Assistant Commissioner of r.ands and   Works  at Port Steele for licenses to prospect foi Coal  and  Petioleum upon the following described  lands'Situate in Kast   Kootenay   on  ihe  Kasl  side of the  Flathead   Ri\er, on  Oil   or Saste  Creek, and from about 5 to 8 miles north of the  International Boundary! lane  Conimencintf at a  post on   the North Woht  bank of Oil Creek marked "Sir C. II. Tuppei's  S    W   Corner'    adjoining Fied  Petei s N  \V.  Cornel   1'ost   ihence  Noitli 80 chains0 tlitnce  Kasl 80 chains thence .South 80 chains    thence  West 80chains to the point  of commencement  coiiiainin); 640 aems-  C   H TUl'l'KK  o  Coinuientiii;,'ala post on the North West side  of Oil CieeU, maiked "J    r.dwards l.eikie s N.  W Coiner' . aboul out- mile in a N  12 direction  fiom  Sii   C.   H    Tupper's S    W. Corner post  thence South 80eliains thence Kast  isu cliains  thence .Vorth so chains, tlienee   west ��| chains  to    ])(iim   of   eiiiiiijienocineui    coiilaiiuim   A40  o  acies  J. KDU'AItlJ.S I'.Ki'KlK  Coiiiuietieiii^ at a post on the Noilli West  side of Oil Cieek. marked ' A. McK Dick's S  K Corner", about one mile due west from Sii  C. II. Tuppei's .1 \V. Coinci |)osi thenee Norlli  XOchaiiiK llieuee West 80 chains, tlienee Smith  80 chains, thence Kasl 80 chains to point of  comment cmeiil (oiiiainfin; Kit1;acres.  A. McK. HICK.  Coinmencini; at a post on the North Wesl  bank of Oil Creek marked Hon. Kicd I'eter's  N. W. Coiner , luljoiiiiutjMr C H Tupper sS  W. Corner post, thence South 80 chains thence  Kast 80chains, thence Noilli 80 chains, thence  Wist KOchnino to point of eomiiirueemcut, ion-  taininj�� MO acres  I'MfKllKKICK I'llTKKS  Commeiiciui; at -a, post  mi   the North   West  bank of Oil Creok marked "Krank   W.   (Vtei's  N     K.    Cornei ',   adjoinins!   K    O     Kdwinds  r.eckin s S.   K.  cornel   post   thence  South  80  chains thence West 80 chains, thence Hoi tli 80  chains, thenctt Kast no chains to point  of  commencement, coiitaiiuni; R4D acres i   '  FKANIC W. 1'I.TKUS  Coinuiencuit; ala post on the N  W.   li.iuk  of  Oil Creek maiked. -ft. G. r.dw-aids r.eckie's S.  K. (Joiner  , adjoining SirC II. Tuppei s s. W  Coiner post,  thence  Noi tli 80 chains   thenee  West 80 chains. theme South 80 chains, thence  Kast 80 chains lo point of commencement, containing ft<0 acres  It. O. KDWAItDS r.KCIClK  Commencing' at a posi on the Noith Wesl  side of Oil Cieek maiked \1. Wt Haiier s N.E  Comer , adjoiuintf A McK Dick s S B Coinc"i  post, thenee South 80 cliains, ilieme West 80  chains, thenee Noi th 80 chains, theuei: Kast 80  chains to polity of commencement contain ini;  ��40 acies "'  JT  W. IIAICKK.  'Coiniiien.iinK'at a iiosloii ihe S K side of Oil  Creek marked H O.^WiKon s N' R Cornel"  about one and a half miles In a S W. diieclion  from Su C. II. Tuppei'h S W. coiner post  thence South 80 chains, thence West SO chains  thence North 80 chains ihence Kast 80 chains  to point of commencement containing 1140acres  H. G-' WILSON.  Cominencintf at -a post on tlie��Soulh Kasl side  of Oil Creek maiked ' W.' A (illmom s N W  Comei' , adjouiinii H. O. Wilson's N K coinei  post, thence South 80 chains thence Kast 80  chains, ihence Noith 80 chains, thence West 80  chains to point' of-coiiiineiicemeiil1 rotiiainliij,'  B40 acies     ���  j. W   A-fllLMOUU  Cominenciiii? at a posi-mi the Kasl bank of  Oil Cieek, maiked ��� K. Itiammer'sS W. Corner", aboul four miles in i *> W. direction fiom  Sir C. H Tuppe'i s S. W Coiner post, thence  Noith 80-chttins ihence V. im ho chains ihence  South 80 chains, ihence West 80 chains to point  of commencement, couiaininir i>40 aci es  K   llKAM.MI'.K  CominenciH!,' at a post on ihe Kast bank of  Oil Creek marked A -, Huichalls N. W.  Cot nei' adjoining K. Itiainuiei's S. W Cornei  post ihence South Nl chains thence Kast 80  chains, tlienee Voi'.li WI chains thence Wesl 80  chains lo point or coiiiiiiuiii ciiu-iit loiit.iinini;  640 acres  L   a -s ��uKCn.\r>r.  Commeiicint' al a posl on the Kasl bank of  OilCieeU maiked 'C K. HiutTsN.K Cornei  adjoining A S. ltuichall s N W. Coinei post  thence South SO chains thence West 80 chains  thence Noith 80 chains thence Kasl 80 chains  to point of commencement containini.' mi) acies  C. K  HItUl-'F.  Commcncinc at a posi on the Kast bank of  Oil Cieek m��tked "F. Hiine\'s S K Corner  adjoining C. E. Urulf's .V. K Coinei post,  thence Norlh 80 chains, ihence West 80 chains,  thenee South 80 chains thence Kast 8u chains  to point of commencement containing B40 aci es  P  IJIK.VKV  Cornei . adjoining Jlaigarei A G I.eckie i- *���>  W. Coiui'i post then'e Noi th Ml dia ins theme  West mi chains the ni e-Si uih ku chains ihejn e  Kast n) chains 10 point of i ommeiicemf-iu 1011-  tainnig rt4n acres  UCOUIJK BRAnnKY.  Couiiiienciliy at a post on ibe Houudan ..Im*  marked John Hresiialian s ��; ^Y Cornei "  aboul one mile South of Ceoige llradle.i s s 1:  Corner "post thence Noith So chains thence  J2ast 80 chains tlienee South 80 chains thence  West i'i chains to point or commencement con-  taining*i40.Kri's  JOHN HKKSNAHAN  Commenciiig at a post on the Hound \i\ Line,  marked Harlev Arm^tionj;s s I:. Cornei '.  adjoining John Ilrcsuahan s S W Cornei post  thence North 80 chains thence West 80 1 hauls  tlieiui-Souih 80 chains thence Kasl 80 chains  to point of commencement iiiniiining M0  acies **  HA1U.KY AH.MSTHOVO  NOTICE.  NOTICK I.S HKKKIIY CIYT.N that we. the  unilei signed. Intend llni tv da\s aftei the lii��t  juiblUatioii of this uoilie ���>��� as soon theieafiei  as the application can he heaid to applv to the  Assi.iaiu Coiiiiiiissi.iiii'i of I.anus and Woi k*.  al Fort Steele foi licenses to piospei t foi Coal  and l'etroleuiii upon the follow Ini; described  lands situate lu Kast Kootenay 011 .Starvation  Creek on the Kust sideof the, n.uheail I{i\ei.  ami luiiniiur fiom ilic Hound.11 v I..neiotwo  miles North of 11  C0111111v110111g.it.1 pns(,on tin Noith side or  the cieek iii.uked "A T Kirkpalriek,s fe W.  ('onii'i- ", adjoining II C H.ikei s N W Coiner  post about one mile fiom the Houndrv Line.  Ihence Noi Ih Nu chains llieuee Kasl 8o chains,,  ihence south 80 chains, thence West So chains  to point or iiiiiimeiici'iii��iit containing rtld  acres  ' '   A  T  IClKlc'l'ATKICK.  ('ominciK ing it .1 posi on the Noith side of  the cieek. maiked -H C Itakei sN W Corner adjoining S U Hukei'sN K Cornei post  thence South 80 chains Ihence Kasl 80 chains  Ihence North 80 chains llieuee West So chains  to point of louiini uceiiieiii containing Dill  acies  IHJtlir C  HAKKIt  Commencing at a posl on the Noi th side of  of the creek maiked s u liikd* s N 1: Corner" . adjoining John s '\\il\. s S K Coi;iei post  thence Souih 8a chains ,thence West 'io eliains,  thence North 80 chains ihence K 1st ho cliains  to point of ((iinmentcuient containing mo  acres 1  S   11   Hakci  Coniiiiencing ,11 a post on the Noi th side of  the cieek milked '.lohu .-s , Tail s S K Cornei , adjoining V T 1\ 11 kpatnek s S W.  Coinei post ihence Noith So chains ihi'iicc  West 80 (hanis thence ^Soiith. So chains  theniic Kast ��o chains to point of commencement  containing MO acies  JOHN S  T.WTC3  Commencing at a point on the ItouiKlaivl.ine  inaiked'W M Kiikpainck's S K. Coinei  about 0116'inile and one-half in a South Wesl  direction f 10111 A. T Klikpatrlck sSouth West  Cornei posl ihence Noith So chains tlienee  West 80 chains, thence South So chains ihence  K ist 80 chains to pome or (oiniiicuceuieni  containing Mo ac 1 es  W   M   K'IKKPATIUCK  Notice, to Delinquent Co-owners.  NOTICE.  NOTICK IS HEltl-UY UIV'iN tha-i we, the  undeiiigned intend :Wda>s uftei the Histpuh-  licailon of this notice 01 as soon theieafter as  the application c-.i 11 be lie,nil to apply to the  Assistant Commissioner of I.andx and Works  at Foil Steele, foi licenses to piospect ror Coal  and l'etroleuin upon the following descilbed  lands, situate in East Koolenay. on the Kast  side of^the Flathead Kiver on Akamanuin 01  Kislianeen Cieek. runniiig from the Houudai\  V.ine to about four miles Noith of it  Commencing al a post on the Not tli bank of  the creek, maiked "H. W Lane's s-W Coinei'. adjoining C H. Klrkpatrick s N W  Corner post, thence North 80 chains thence  East 80 chains, ihence South 80 chains, thence  West 80chains to point of (onimcnci'ineni containing M0 ac 1 cs  II W. I.ANK  COmmiuiciiig .11 a post on the North bank of  creek maiked G. H. Kiikpalrick s N W. Coinei , adjoining Mis M K. Lines N K Cornei  post tin ik e South 80 (li.ilus. thenie Kast Mi  chains, thence Noi Hi 80 chains liience Wesl ��(l  chains to point of conimencemeiit, tonthiiiing  M0 acies  i; H IvllcKlWTIclCIv  Coinuieucing at a post on the Noith bank of  the (ieek marked --Mis M K. Lane s"N. L  Coiner , adjoining 1>. F IlallahaiisS K Cornei posi thence South 80 chains thence West  8 1 eliains thence North 80 chains, thence Kast  80 chains lo point of comnii'iiccmem containing Mil aci cs  M J! LANK  Commencing at a post on the North bank of  thecieeW maiked "U. F. Ilallalian s s K Cor-  iii 1' , adjoining II W. l.aue s s K. C01 nei post  thence North KD chains tin lue Wesl 80 c haiiis,  theiice South 80chains ihence Kust WI chains  10 point of (ormiieniemeni, containing MO  acres.  n p h vu.mias  t'oiiimenclng at a post en the Noith side ol  the cieek, maiked MaigaiciA (5 Leckie s s  W Coinei ' ibiuit thice miles in a s \v  diieclion fiom H. W LauesS w Connrposi  thcuce Noith 80 chains, theme Kast 80 chains  ihencu South 80 chains, liience West, 80 chains  to point or conimeiicetneiit.j containing Mfl  acres"  .   ' " !  MAKGA.KET A. O. LECKIK.  Coniiiiencing at a post on the North side of  the creek, marked "George Bradley's  S. E.  To Ileiuy Hose and Waltei Sullv, 01 10 any  person 01 peisons to wli'cin he 01 ihev may  li.i^e uaiisfericd his 01 then mteiests 111 the'  Ashland tiilnt-i.il claim situate on the west  rork or l he St Mai |\m ei. 111 the Foi l Steele  mining flivision or Kast Kootenav and iccyiided  in the Kecoidei's ollice at Foil Steele 1  You and each or vou aie hereby noli tied  1l1.1l I ha\e expended since November, 1891.  ind to date (six hundred and seventeen doljais)  111 labor and inipioicmunts upon the above  mentioned mineral claim 111 oidei lo hold said  iiiinoial claim tiudei the piovisioiis ot the  Mineral Act And if within niiietv davs fiom  the date of this notice vou r.ul or icfiiscto  couiiibute voui poilion of such expenditures  together with all costs of adveiUsing, jour 111-  loiests m said claim will become the piopeitv  of the subscribe! nuclei section 4 of an Act entitled "An Act to Amend the Mineral Ait  IQOO"  .1. H   WHIGHT.  Dated , 11 Ton Steele llns- l^ih dav of Julv  1001 K|.43  Notice to Delinquent Co-owners.  To George Fi-jk. Robert   Keitl. Abnei*  H.iin imd I'tiler T-uHht.  Oi to auv person 01 peisons to whom he or  they mav have ti.tiisfeiied his 01 their 111-  teiests 111 the King snlonion luuieial claim  situate at Lewis cicel, on Tiaev Mountain in  the Foil Steele- mining division or Cast Kootenav and leeoided 111 ihe Kecoidei s ollice at  Foil Steele, It C  Vou and each or .vou aie heicbv noliilcd that  1 have expended since August llth 18%. two  hundred doll.us in laljoi and impioveinents  upon the above mentioiied mincrn! claim under  ihe provisions of the Mlneml Act And ir with  in ninetv davs fiom the (Into of this notice vou  fail or refuse 10 coutntiuie youi poition of  such expenditure'logethei with all costs of advertising voui intciest in said claim will become the piopeitv of the ~siihsciiliei undei  section 4 of an Ac t enuiled v. 11 Ac 1 to Amend  the Mineral Act  I Hud  CHAKLKS HIKLINIIUKG  Dated at I'on Steele this mill dav of Au,'list  ���"-��'��� .lJ-4".  Notice to Delinquent Co-owners.  To Stephen Young. 01 to anv pei son 01  peisons to whom he 01 thev may have iians-  fetredhis interest in ihe Frospectoi s Dicaui "  mineral claim, sliuateat Weaver cieek, In the  Pun Steele mining div islon of Kast Kootenav  and recorded In the Kecordei's ottlee at Con  Steele  You and each of vou aie hcieby noiilled  thai I have expended since August ldth IS'ir  fo'ii hundied do'lars In lalioi md nnprove-  uicnts upon the above mentioned mineral claim  iiiidn the piovisioiis of tin-Miiiei-U Ael And  if within nineiv days fiom the date of this  notice vou fail or refuse to 1 ontrllnitc voui  pni lion of such expenditure together with all  costs of nil ei Using voui Inlei est In s,ud claim  will become the piopeitv of tin siibsuibir  undei Section I of an Act entitled An Act to  \11if-n1l the Mlneial Act  ISHXl  Said poi lion of expeiidiiuie 10  be  p ild to  subscriber at Poit Steele  J  S  PA NICER  Datod    al   Pint   Steele   tins   pith   ,] i,    nr  August   1001 -u.  NOTICE.  Take notKcslxtv da,s after date 1 intend  to applv to the f-liicf Coimitissioiioi of Lauds  ami Works lot pot mission to iiil-inlcariv  awav limber fiom llie following desi 1 ibed |,lll(t  in Soiuh-r.asl Kootenav Commence lug at n  post pl.nti'd .ilioul ihiee chains e.ist or the  Golden road between the t md || ���,,!,, ])osl  thence oast 40 chains, thence-.uortli 80chains,  thence'west 80 chains', thence south 80 chains,  thence east 4(1 chains to place of commeiiceinett  containing M0 acres more or less."  JAMES GREER.'       .Z  39      Dated this Hth day of Sepuimtjcr, .1,90!.  >Y Q  THE PROSPECTOR,  PORT STEELE, B. C.,' DECEMBER 14,  1901.  North Star Lodge  NO. 30,  A. P. AND A. M.      G. R. B. C.  , FORT STEELE. B. C.  Regular meetings���1st Tuesday In feach  month at eight o'clock. Visiting Brethern are  cordially invited. <���  A. C. Nelson, Secretary./,  n  (   Rocky Mountain Chapter"  NO. 125. R. A. M.  FORT STEELE, B.C.  Regular meetings���2nd Tuesday in  each month, at eight o'clock.  Visiting:'  Brethern   are   cordially  invited.       ' ' '  R. L. T. G-ALBRkiTH Scribe E.'  -Professional.  ��Jj�� $$V0gp2JCt0Vt  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14. 1001.  LOCAL NEWS.  Geo. S. McCarter.    ' ,    '��� J. A. Harvey  HARVEY,& McCARTER   ' ;  c  Barristers,  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  c, , Conveyancers etc.  FORT  STEELE, B. C.  REVELSTOKE STATION and GOLDEN,,  1 ' "���  COLLECTIONS,    PROMPTLY     MADE.  ���TmrnmffnnmrmmmmmmiTTmTm*  ���MiUUilllilllllliitiliiiUlilHililiiliUlilillS  N. A. Walliiiger came uj) from  Fish Lakes on Monday.  J. W.' R. YounsT'camo down  from the'Perry creek mines on  Saturday last, he will spend  Christmas in the old country.'  J. A. Harvey, who has been  ill for ' some weeks, has recovered and is now attending to  business.  r  You r*Ifc.y Need  Manager Haines of the Bank  of Commerce was in town on  Saturday last  ���hsSi  For  Cuts  BurriD  Bruises  Cramps  Diarrhoea.  AH Sowcl  Complain, t::  t.nd eju.Ucie-iiu'ily.  , Mrs. Downey left on  Tuesday  for a Christmas visit to Ontario.  _!    Work   on ^tho   Stanley   mine  situated on Tracy creek  is  pro-  W. R. ROSS  ( '  Barrister      -      -       Solicitor  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER.   .  Fort  Steele, "B.   0  . Fort Steele development Syndicate Ltd  138 Leadenhall Street, London, England.  N. A. WALLINGER,        FORT STEELE.  POST OFFICE BOX S.  .THOMAS' 'McVITTIB  R.L.S.  &  C.E.*  Fort Steele B.C. .  '  GRASStGK   &   DEMPSEY.  CONTRACTORS  AND n   < *,  JBUIIspBRS^  "   . Fort'"'Steele,/B.C  '  Shaving W. Hair Dressing Parloi  FORT   STEELE, B. C.  Constable   Barnes   of   Fernie  was in town on Saturday last.  1 Pyny-Balsani cure* all coiifrhs. It  soothes, it'heals, it eure�� quickly and  certainly. Pyny-Uiilsnm ' sells ' more  widely every year. Miunifactiuvd by  the proprietors of l-'orrv Davis' Pain-  Killer.    '  St. John's Church of England.  Services will bo held in the  Church of Si. John the Divine  every Sunday morning at 11 a.m.  Holy    Communion  , tho   third  Sunday in each month at 8  and  11 a. ni.  -  Strangers are welcome.  PUKSIJYTKlilAN   UI1UKCII.  Christen service will be conducted in iho Presbyterian  ���Church by the 1?as(or Rev. D.  MclC. Roid, B. A. every Sabbath  evening at 7:.!0.' Sunday School  at 2 p.m.       ���    p  All ai-o welcome'to our services  ASSAYING  C. F. Nicholson,  Peterborough, B. C.  (Licensed by Provincial Government.)  Gold and silver $2.00  Silver and lend  2.00  Gold, silver and Copper     3.00  ��� Ceil , silver,1 lead and cjiper.. -1.00  Samples  left with  Carlin & Durick  will receive prompt attention.  A meeting of, the License  Commissioners will be held iiv  Fernie today. ��� ��  ' Some forty engravings' have  been received for the Christmas  number of The Prospector.,  * A i^ackage of fifty, Christmas  and 2s ew Years, visiting cards,  will be supplied and printed for  Si at The Prospector office.   .  A The, Fort Steele Flour, and  Feed Store have just received a  car of wheat, bran, shorts, chops  oats, etc? ��� Prices are trending  towards a sharp' advauce. therefore now is the time to buy a  winters supply..      . *  ��� Save your Snowshoe Tags.  The moM popular brand of (.'howltiy  Tuk'uvu in i'.'uiada Today, is "Pay  Hoi.i.'". Kvery j)l���� ,of, 'M'ay LioLi-''  beur- a "Snowshoe" Tiie; Coiisiuilerh  should mivo tboso ta��s, :i** valuable present* are ��iven for tlieiu. ,T:i<��> are  K-ood up to January Ibt. ,U'lKl. Write  for our now ilhifil ruled premium catalogue. ��� The Empire Tohaoeo Co., bul.,  -Wiujuipeg- Branch. Winnipeg, Man.  CHAS.   P.   CAMPBELL,  Undertaker  and       ii  Ei nba liner  Crndualo   of   Champion  College   of    the i United  Shit es.    "     .  Upholstering  and   Genoral  lAiniit lire Wopairing.  All Work Guaranteed.  Telegraph, or. Mail  Orders  Promptly Attended to.  The  Canadian Bank ol commerce  HEAD OFFICE--TORONTO.  Paid up Capital $8,000,000; .Reserve Fund $_.000,000;  Aggregate Resources Over 86.1,000,000.  London Office; 00 Lombard SI reel, K. C.  New Yoik Office; 1(1 Kxclmiijje I'lacc.  *       And 08 brunches in Canada, tho United Stntes and British Columbia.  Cranbrook Branch,  HUBERT HAINES, Manager.  ft  St  *��   " "    -        .*��� ft  FARN  FOR  SALE  All kinds of hair work  a0spccialty.  A.J  GREZ,  Proprietor  U. COHIN  TAILOR  AND IMPORTER OF '  FINE WOOLLENS  Rocky Mountain 'Avenue  Fort, Steele, B. G. ���  Fort Steele  Diamond Jubilee  m/ss POL.SON.     Hospital  matron. '     .  Graduate or St. Lukes Hospital.  Vancouver. II. C.  This Institution has * been recently  enlarged hy a new wing which is now  open for reception of patients. For  terms apply to  A. Paterson, representing the  Fernie Free Press, was a visitor  at 'The Prospector.' office on  Monday.  A large number of recruits1 for  the Canadian contingent were in'  town'on Tuesday'waiting for the  recruiting officer.  c  The    Daisy   Ranch' situate  five iniles south of Fort Steele.  Twelve hundred acres under fence,  320 acres crown -granted, the balance  held under pre-emption? (Good irrigation ditch. 150 Iicrcs of cleared land.  Will cut 150 tons of hay. '   .���  For further particulars apply'to ,  R. L. T. GALBRAITH, Fort Steele.  Cranbrook,  P. O. Box 127.  13.'C.  NOTICE.  Motieo is liereby given thai, .Manslield  <& Cotteroll, Tolmcuonibts at Fort Steele  B. C, have turned over their business  to O. -M. Keep of same place. .All  accounts due said MansfielcH& Cotteroll  will be paid lo J. A.' Harvey, at Fort  Steele, agent for C. M. Keep. '  "     C. M. KEE13'.1  Dated at Fort Steele, September 28th  1901.  7ff  >*<  Kootenay  Hotel ^  ���  Boundary Lin6  ,  Tobacco Plains,  B. C.  JULES'HUREL, Proprietor.  GOOD     ACCOMMODATION   VOR - TRAV1-:LLIN(i     M FN  A First Class Home  Good Stable    Rigs of all kinds.    Saddle nnd Paelc Horses  *8!  *  ft  ft  ft  MINERAL ACT.  (l'ORM p.)  CEHTIFICATK OF IMPKOVKJIKN'l'S.  FARM  "J. C. I)rewry should see that  his bridges are well .constructed  before he' becomes^a' candidate  foi* this riding.*  ' Mr: and Mrs. T.' T.'   McVittie  visited   Cranbrook' on   Wednes-.  day. ,          t  A.   B.   Grace - is  at Fernie on  business today. .  ,  A cold wave struck Fort- Steele  on Tuesday evening. ' The  thermometor crawled down to  zero.  For holiday goods go to  Cann  &Co.  For Sale. Consists- of,-283  acres of bottom land nine  miles from Steele, joining R. Mather's  Cherry Creek ranch': This farm is  fenced, dwelling house,-stable, cattle  slfeds. root house etc. - Title-,perfect,  price 5>1200, .which is less than cost of improvements. Apply to^F. A. -Bale,  Fort Steele. B.' C.    P.O. Box S10.  NOTICE.  ,_*     -        NOTICE.    ...  T ilcc notico that sixty (CO) days after dote,  we intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for permission to remove  obstructions nnd make improvements on Lamb  Creek, in order to make .said creek niivlpabls  for logs according to Plans and Surveys fyled.'  The only lands alfected by said improvements  other than Government lands, arc Lots 12801 and  280-2 Group 1, owned by A. T. Clark. The only  ���nater affected by said improvements is said  Lamb Creek.  The Hate of Toll proposed to be charged i.s  Two Dollars (*2.00) per Thousand feet, board  measure.  Dated this 18th day of September, 1001.  3S- -      T1I13 MOYIB LUMIJER CO.  MINERAL, ACT, ISI'C  (FORM 1'.)  CEKTiriCATE Of IMVIIOVBMRNTS.  Shrewsbury Mineral Claim.  Situate in the Fort Steele Mining Division of  ISast Kootenay District. , '  Where located:���On the! main fork of the St.  Mary's River, about sis miles east ol the  Kootenay Lake divide. ,   ���  Take notice that I, Theodore Beauchamp acting as agent for George Crquhart Free Miner's  'Certificate No. B 3i)D3B, Henry B. Thomson  Free Miner's Certificate No. B 50108 and Henry  A. Barton Free Miner's Certificate No. B 51*31,  intend, sixty days from thc-date hereof, to'  apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements for the purpose of" obtaining  u Crown Grant of the above claim. f '' '  And further take notico that action, under  section  37, must bo  commenced  before   the  issuance ot such Certificate of Improvements.  '   Dined this C8th day of November. A. D., 1901.  47- t     ,   t. lh:aucka.*-ip.  LIMITED.  Head Office  4(5 Qukkn Victoria St.,  , London, England.    r  British 'Col-uimhia Office  Fort Stisele, tj. c.   '  ,  C. M. Edwards, '  Gion'i. Manager. ..  TEACHER-  WANTED  Holding a   First  Class  ,        Certificate.  30,000 Acres Farm Lands  In the far famed Kootenay Valley for Sale on- easy' terms  of payment. Prices $2,50 "Per acre .and "iipward.s. In" close  proximity to the CROw'sm Nest Railway. ,  Lots in the town of Elko are now on tho market, prices $50,  and upwards according to situation.'  '(,El,ko, boasts of the-biggest water* power in' South East  Kootenay, and will 'be the' junction of the Crow's Nosf-Southoni  Railway..     t ,'   '!   v' ,       ' ', ��� '      '  ' l'  /      ,' Corriespondericc Solicited:  ��� A Teacher wanted for the Port Steele  Public School, to take charge of Senior  (  Division, a married man preferred.  Duties to commence after the Christmas holidays.    Apply to "  R. L. T. GALBRAITH:  Secretary Fort Steele School Board.  November 1st, 1901.  NOTICE.  . The regular yearly meeting of  the License Commissioners of  South East Kootenay will be  held at Moyie on Monday, vDe-  cember-1.6th.  D. McKay, road superintendent,  was at Moyie on Wednesday.  There were forty-nine men in  Steele on Wednesday who wanted'to go to South Africa.,  Miss Folsom,  '      Matron.  or   J. F. Smith, Sec.  Fort Steele, B.C.  T. 4 flrmstronq  Fort Steele, B.C. '-.  ���MANUFACTURE^  Tinware,y Galvanized Iron, Sheet  ':'-'     Iron, ;Stove Pipes and  :. .'��� z   '���;.. Copperware   ,        -  BUILDINGS HEATED and VENTILATED  Plumbing, Pipe 'fitting-' and  all  kinds of sanitary work  .,;���.���'���'' - ": ���';- ��� z       ������ -  flir tioht���fiot Blast Stoves  Hydraulic   and   Air   Pipes   for  "������''. -.' v Mines :  C. M. Kennedy, M. D., of Calgary was in town on Wednesday  T. C. Armstrong is sending a  large amount of roofing material  and metal supplies to Marysville.  Be sure you g-et, the kincVyou have  ahvavs "nail.���Owing- to ihu grout po))u-  larity of ''The D. et L>." JMeiHhol  Pluitur. un~(:ruinilou*> malcer.s are putting- up one like it. For rii-iumitihin,  neuralgia. &c.,' nothing is bet tor.,Made  o'nlyby Davis. '& Lawrence Co.. Ltd.  J. Lewis, Gooperstown. N. D.,  was at the ImiDerial on Friday.  A large number ofv visitors  were at Steele during the past  week.  Black Bear and Mabel Mineral Claims  Situate in tlie Fort Steele Mining Division of  South Enst Kootenay District. t  Where located:���-About two miles south  enst ot Kimfoerlcy on Mai-h creel,-.  TAKK NOTICK Unit 1. Clinrlc-, Kstmorc,  Free Minor's Ccrtiliciite No. "H. lOOflS" intend,  sixty days Ironi the date hereof, to apply to the  Milling Itccordei' for a Certineate of Improvements, lor the purpose of eihtaiiimi; a Croiwi  Grant of the above claims. '  And further take notice that action, under  section S7, must lie commenced before the issuance eif sueh Certilieate of Improvements. <  Dated (his thiiel elay or December, 11)01.  .(fi- ��� C11ARLKS IWTMKUK  SOUTH      KAST  LICENSE  ?cHspe.isable in  _Every Home  A Reliable  7-  A number of passengers  went'  to Winder mere on Friday's stage  SPECIAL ATTENTION  PAID  JOB WORK.  TO  An expert visited a cojiper  property on Four'Mile crock''on  .Wednesday.   . A ���'���'  COMI'ANlKS-   ACT   IKfrrZuVD   AMENDING  y ACTS.       .  ��� '  ���  Notice 'is. hereby ci'vjjn that Juuicn W. 11.  Yountr, Minini; Engint-er of I-'ort Steele, U. C.  has been appointed the Atlornoy for "Tho  Kootenay (Perry Creole) .Gold-Mines. Limited"  In place of James T. Laldlaw.  Dated 15th October, IBol.  S. V. WOOTTON.  Hcplstrar of Joint. Stock. Companies.  Thermometer  and Barometer  WorUh ?1.00, specially made-to  meet the climaftic oomdittona olf  . Western Canada, will he sent  free to every yearly subscriber  ol tlie.  ;v. ��� ..;.; .��� :  WEEKLY FREE PRESS  WINNIPEG  Season 1901-1902  Civt qjit^ this advertisement  and foinvard to Free P��*ess with !  one dollar and receive1 Weekly  VFree Press for one ye^tr together wiith a| handiso-mie thermiom-  etw anclibatTO-mc/ter,  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  KOOTENAY  DISTRICT.  NOTICE is hereby given that the regular  yearly meeting of the Hoard of License Commissioners, of South East Kooieniiy. umlcr the  provisions of the "Liquor License Act, 1900,"  will be hold at Moyie December lllth, 1001, at  10 o'clock a.m., to consleler the following applications for a renewal of licenses for the coming  year, 1902  II. Keinennin, Hotel Imperial, I^ort Stcelo.  ll. D. Mather, Hotel Windsor,     "      "  1). McNeish. Steele House "      "  Wm. Stewart, Orienial Hotel       "      "  II W. Drew, Central Hotel  I) o rim 111, Wild Hoi-so Hotel, Wild Horse  C. 11. Pollen, Estella House. Tracy  N. Hanson, Wasa Hotel, Wasa  Hurry Drew, N'orth Star Hotel, Kiniliei-ley  A. Ciimpbt'll, KItnberle'y Hotel  J.M   Can-ollvOntario Hotel  J. L. CatOH. Hoyal Hotel  A. E. Hale, Marysville Hotol. Marys', llie  II. McMillan, Koynl Hotel,  Chas Early, Falls View,  Julin Mai'Donald. Central Hotel    "  Jules Hurel, Tobacco Plains.  HicltarU Jt Williams, Koosevillc  fiugene Walters. Morrlssoy Creek  F. DelCosicr, JalTray Houso, .Tatfrny  P. McMiilion, Columbia Hotel, Elko  George Hokkiu'IIi, Elk Hotel.  Charles Francis, Bains Lake.  II. W. BAItTfrES.  Chief License Inspector.  Dated at Foit Steele, Nov. 20th, 1901.  E: J. PELTIER.  | Wholesale  ��    Liquor  Dealer  Cranbrook, rB. C.  When in the market for Liquors,  Wines, Cigars and SchillzBcer  Dont go ,out of Kootenay for  you can do bettor at home  by  consulting-  the big wholesaler  at Cranbrook.,  E. J. PELTIER.  Ititax'ysville,  B. C.  MINERAL ACT, I89B.  (FOIIM  V.)  OKIl'l'lFlCATB or IMPltOVKMKNTS.  NOTICE.  e  BALE & SMALL,; _  Proprietors $  The Pionoer Hotel..      Coinl'orlablc Bi'drooms.  First Class Dining  Room.  Best Domestic and imported Liquors  "MIDAS"   MINERAL   CLAIM.  VSItuiito inlhe l^ort.Steele Mining Division  or East Koptoniiy District.  Where located: On Bouleier Creek, a tributary of Wild IlorscCrock. /���'���  Take notico that I, William li. Kosr, r-rce:  Minor, Agent for P. 0. Andrews Free Miner.  K. J. McKenzle Free Miner and II. II. Browne:  Froc Minor, Intend sixty days from the date  horeof, to apply, to the Mining Uccorder for ��  Corllilcato of Improvements, for the pur pose  of obtaining a C.own Grant or the above  olaira.  And further tako notico that aotion uudor  section 37, must bo oommoDoed before the issuance of such Certlllcato of Improvements,  h Dated tbls 5tli day of August, 1901.  as--'   '. '������������������ 7|; w. it. ross.  m^ ��� ���^��  i Fort Steele Cigar Store H  it-- ���**&  ^ Fort   Steele,  B.   C. ^S  ^ WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS ||  ^ In Cigars, Cigarettes, Pipes and Tobacco.. :~?  g^ Finest Variety of Pipes and Smokers Outlil ^  ^ In the District, Including Meerschaum, B. WW. iS  ��~ Alpha, and Other Brands. ^  sS Imported nnd Domestic -Cigars ac Lowest Prices        , =%.  m'i- ������   , ���                                                                                                                     ''-'''���'.' '���      .   A- ���<^�� ���  5~    , Billiard aiid Pool Parlor and,Reading ;~��  S^ Room in Connection.             . .                          '. ,3  M. KEEP,  Proprietor.  Ji.TAEN MAUSER.  Manager.  ^iiiaiiuiiiiiiiuiiiuauiiiaiiiiaiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiuiiiiiiiiii^  JY*-  ���: .   A  sm

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