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 Ijtbrr.ry ol Leg A��  i>  1l  V    '��  ��        ' '�� *  | Devoted;to the upbuilding %  I'"'       Or    FORT    STEELE. *  ��-< .        . .1    S1   (i     lliilL'])i'ii(li'lit    in    Politic-..    *  pt���t&t  # THE   PROSPECTOR   CON-    *  # *  # TAINS ALL PUBLIC NO- *  ���* *  $��� TICES AND GIVES THE  k       # LATEST TELEGRAPHIC  # *  # AND LOCAL NEWS. *  # ,     *  # *  >   *  .Voi.   7  ���.     >  j*ORrr srri$i$L,B  s>  7-J.  C,  S^rZXRVJ-Ay, F&JSliUARY 76', 70O7.  A'o  /.  New Advertisements To-aay.  (.'riiisiiliiiti Parllli1 llullw.iv  ]'a��(; !i  Placer Mining- On Perry Creek.  Messrs. Theis and Shilling iire  working a lease1 just above the  old Lowu ii**ui- 1 lie falls;'they lire  taking' out as high as ��.">- per day  to the man.    .  Messrs. Hanks, Thompson and  others are working' a louse at  old town. A shaft.is down some  :J0 foot. A new pump has been  , placed in the shaft capable of  handling' :-J,0UO gallons of water  per minute, the. pump is worked  by a water wheel set in the  creek", it is expected that bed  ruck will be encountered within  ten or twelve 1'cfcl. ,The gravel  in the shaft all pans'gold.  The Big- Swede. ,  Hank Eller is working the I-Jig  Swede property, which is situated about a mile and a half from  Kimberlcy- The present development consists of a tunnel ' now  in .'35 feet, the rock in the face of  the tunnel carries" lead carbonates and iron. It is said that the  vein matter carries' about' 1"0%,  lead, with values in> silver and  gold.'    ,  Sullivan Mine.   ,  fi .     '  The shipment of ore  in  January ' amounted   to  137l'.lon.s.     li.  [is expected  that  a  considerable  increase in the  tonnage   will   be  made during the present month.  objective points aside   from   the  coal fields.       >  Jim TJ ill has secured llio  charter of Hie Victoria. Vancouver, it Eastern; a' line some ^00  miles in length. It is also reported that the Great Northern  has secured an option on tracts  of land in East 'Vancouver,  valued at ��500,00(1. The tract  comprises the False creek water  front, a branch of English May,  and valuable terminal properly.  THE DOMINION PARLIAMENT  PARX  THE LAWLER YACHT.  Fort Stuele Group.  ' ''Work continues on the 'Ap-  ��� proach claim -which as situated  at the base of the Rocky mountains, within two, miles of -Fort  Slpele. , The tunnel is. now in 35  feet, with a vertical depth of  about SO feet. The main lodge, it  is expected, will bo encountered  in about '30 feet. Messrs.1 Mc-'  Cloud and Robinson will continue work for several months.  The   Boston Designer   Will Make   a  Ctip Defender.  Boston. Feb. 11.���Work on the  Lawlor boat is progressing  favorably.    Designer  Crowinshield  seems to have  bent his   efforts  towards  making   this  new   cup  defender'as easy to drive as the  old  Columbia- of   lMlii   and   yet  able   to   develop,   more    power  through an increase of sail.   The  development of  the  two -.yachts  is   nearly   identical,   about   1-lfi  tons.    The Lawlor boat   will   be  longer on deck especially in   the  forward overhanging,   which ' is  27 feet G inches. 1 he1 longest ever  given   to  a  cup defender.    The  beam   is  ill-  feet   narrower than  the Columbia.! The Lawlor boat  will doubtless be   lighter Jfhan  'the Columbia and   will   have' .almost 2,000 square feet more sail,  or.about 14.500 feet.    From step  to  masthead" the   Lawlor boat's  mast   will ��� measure    -IIP    feel,  which   is  H   feet,  more than the  Columbia.    The building of -the  Columbia excites  groat  interest"  hore'.��     Yachtsmen   here,    think-  that the Boston boat will be  the  cup defender,' and "winner Of' the  "���rcat international race.'  Tracy Camp.  Reports from Tracy creek are  to the effect that the tunnel on  the Stanley is now in 100 feet.  On the Estella. the company  still continues"the driving of a  tunnel which is now in 5UQ feel.  It is,said that there is a small  shoot of clean ore, and some concentrating ore in the tunnel.  Among- the Craft.       '    -,  Itooky Mountain Chapler,R.A.  ' M.  held   I heir   regular   monthly  meeting on Tuesday, Fob. 12th.  NO   LONCIKLt  CltAiN'l)   MASTICK.  In confo'rmity with the course  adopted by the former prince of  Wales, aI'lerwards, King George  IV, -who resigned lh<> office of.  Grand Master when he was appointed regent. King Edward  has resigned the office of Grand  Master of Free Masonry in England, which he has held since  1S7-1, but he will sustain his connection with masonry under the  probable title of Protector. A  special grand lodge was summoned lor February liHh' when  it is expected that the Duke of  Connaught will be nominated to  succeed  His  Majesty  as grand  master.   To Enter British Columbia.  Kalispell,   Mont.,  Feb    i:j.���  The  Great  Northern's   plans in  Montana   and    South     Eastern  British  Columbia  arc  shrouded  in considerable mystery, but that  the company is. preparing to   enter the territory   of  the  enemy,  the. Canadian Pacific,, there  can  no 'longer be. a. doubt,,., There   is  considerable, more on ' foot than  the mere building of a line north  'to tap'the Crow's Nest coalfields  ]Vis  reported'-.horo   that   Fort  Steele and Crawford-Bay are the  News Notes.  Pensacdla, Flu., Feb.' 10.���  The North Atlantic' Squadron is  expected to return from its gulf  cruise today and will remain until the first week in March.  Baltimore, Feb. 1:].-'- Joe Cans  was awarded the decision over  Jack Daly',' of Wilmington, in  the fifth round. . lie was disqualified for foul practice.  Rossi and���The Carnival opened with a masquerade. There  were 1100 maskers , present., and  1,200 spectators. It was a very  successful affair.  Vancouver, Feb. 1-1.���So far  there is no opponent to MoPher-  son in the field for the Provincial House vacancy.  Fernie. Feb. , 10.���The report  to the effect that the Crow's  Nest,Coal Company cannot supply the demand of the smelters  of West Kootonay with coal' and  coke, is not lime. With increased transportation the Company  can ship from :i,0(\0 to (i.oOl) tons  daily.  Quebec:���The' Quebec Central  railway is lied up by a snow-  full.  The Blairmoro 'mine, has  shipped three car loads of coal  east to be tested by ihc 0. P. K.  for steam coal.  KIMBERLEY NEWS.  North Star and Sullivan Shipping-. .  From Our Own Con i.'spniiilenl.  The North Star tramway was  started on .Saturday last, and  steady shipments of ore commenced on Monday.  The output from the Sullivan  for the week ending February  (Jth, was about 270 tons.  Construction of the spur to' the  <      < ......        ....  .  Sullivan mine will commence  as  soon as the season will permit.  The King's Speech.���Sir Wilfrid's  Reception. - Mr. Brodeur Elected  ' Speaker. ~, Mr. Borden Leader in  Opposition.        4 '*  Ki-imij Our Own Cfii'ic^poiKlfjiit,  Ottawa.    Feb.    II.���The   first  session of Ihe Ninth   Parliament  of Canada.'and   the first   Parliament   of   King, Edward  VIJ has  been duly opened   with   all   propel' regard to the prescribed pro  coduro, so dear to   the   heart   of  t he Britisher.���procedure which  like   the   stream   ''flows  on    for  ever, " though men and inonarchs  may ��� come- and  go.    The  usual  crowd gathered both inside   and  out on Parliament Bill   and   the  usual quaint formulae,  including  the marvellous,   the awe-inspiring.   ' ti'iplc-ohoisance  ��� of    the  brownie-like   Centleinan-Usher-  of-t He-Black-Rod,     have     been  gravely repeated  and  observed:  though   horo   the   similarity   to  like functions in the past ceasqs,  for the usual gathering of pretty'  women   and   gay   toiletts on the  lloor   of   the   Senate    Chamber  wore   largely   lacking and ladies  who   this   week,   witnessed   the  '���show" from the galleries  wore  practically    without, .exception,  somberly gowned in black, which  was the"moro  striking   from   its  contrast to  the  bright  crimson  and     "'old    furnishings   of   the  ���'Red   Chamber."     Nor  did Ihc  difference  end .here.     The personal of the membership  of  the  senate changes slowly  and  four  or five hew faces is the total one  notices, there,   though  to  make  ^���oonvfor them,' ' .'   ,  SOMK.OF  THE  jMOST  FAMJUAU  -'Of the old members���Sir Frank  Smith. Messrs! ' Rcssor, "Ogilvio  and- Mclnncs , have gone: -the  second of^these1 has' sal' there  since confederation and all, of  them for two decades at least.  But in the commons, what a  change is there! Forty percent  or more take their seats for the  first time and the habitues of the  galleries, '.'the newspaper men  and attaches of the House, are  for the time fully occupied in establishing, the idontily of the  many strangers who moot them  at every turn. Even those of  the old brigade who have come  back, have in many instances  changed their seats, and with  the exception of the Treasury  benches aud a score or"so of the  principle members the new lloor  bears small resemblance lo its  immediate predecessor.  If is of course on Mr. Speaker's  left that this is most apparent. ' The striking appearance of the septuagenarian leader of the opposition  has vanished and with hi in his  will know.i desk-mate, Ihc ex-  minister of finance. In their  places sit two young 'and star-  ward figures erect, alert, and undoubtedly able,���Mr. R L.  Halifax, who with  experience of one  loo his    credit    has  Borden   of  only     the  Parliament  been  CI1OSI0N   l.KAOIili.  not appear ,lo have had any  effect upon him for he was look-  ing as alert and fit.as in any time  in the past. ��� Bis first official  duty was to propose Mr. Brodeur  as Speaker ofIhe House for the  life of the present Parliament.  Sir Hibbert Tapper, "speaking  for the time being for Bis  Majesly's loyal opposition,'* endorsed the nomination and promised on behalf of his party due  support to the chair, and Mr.  Brodeur ascended thedias amid  general applause.;  '.Mli.   BOItUHN   TniS  CHOICK.  .Thenew, leader of the opposition Mr. Borden, was cordially  received' by both sides of 1he  House when he first took his  official seat in Sir Charles Tapper's oldr place. The senior  member for Halifax is personally  a distinctly likeable man, even  tempered, courteous and affable.  As a parliamentarian and loader  he has yet to.win his spurs, his  claim to leadership, being of a  negative rather than a positive  character.  TUK^ICINO'S  SPEECH.  . The  speech from   the   throne  contained   as  usual   but little of  interest.    Opening with  an   appropriate reference to the  death  of  Her  late    Majesty,   and   an  equally    appropriate    comment  upon the splendid services rendered by the Canadia.ii contingents  in South Africa.   His Excellency  announced that the Government  still  hoped   that   the   Duke ' of  Cornwall and  York  would   visit  the Dominion on his- wav, home  from Australia, inasmuch^as  he  had accepted the invitation to do  so before the Queen's death.  ��� A  statement lo the effect the Government had learned with   satisfaction   of   the   progress being  made   with    the   Pacific    cable  scheme and .trusted that nothing  might occur to delay its completion, was significant  in  view  of  the report cabled from   England  the  next day.   to the effect that  Canada   was  reconsidering   her  position towards the scheme,  on  account of reported   concessions  to the Eastern   Cable  Company.  The  inference, of course is that  if  any   hitch   has  occurred it is  not of much importance.  While it is well understood  that the Speech from the Throne  is prepared by the Cabinet and  therefore favorable to the Government, there is no.thing to detract'from the value of the opinions officially expressed' therein  by the Governor General. It is  therefore satisfactory to learn  from His Excellency of the progress and development of the  mining aud agricultural interests  of the west. He also awards a  high word of praise to the cold  storage transportation facilities  by means of which a signal success was achieved by the fresh  fruit display at the Paris exhibition.  FROM   FERNIE  The Railway, Situation. -Coal Output.- Tunnel Contract Let. -Will  Open a Hotel.  Krmu Our On n ("iinvspoinlrnl.  Tho-railway situation here is  looming up big and considerable  anxiety is felt over the prospective fight at Ottawa on the application coming up for a charter  on behalf of the Groat' Northern  Railway Company to build a  branch railway from the international boundary to Fernie and  Michel.  However it is earnestly hoped  that the Great Northern will  succeed in their application to  the Dominion'Government for a  railway charter, as it means  prosperity and a rapid growth of  population in.both towns. Ferine  and Michel, from the increased  work for a very large number of  corfl miners getting out the  dusky diamonds for Ihe smellers  of South East and  Wesl   Koote-  Owing to the Coal Company  not having-yel obtained ,a title  to the townsito it is greatly retarding the growth of the town,  but it is expected that the title  will be got/in Ihe spring, when  ^building operations in both Fernie and Michel will be active,  and plenty of work found for a  large number of mechanics and  laborers.       ' '   " ,  The Coal Company have at  present 72."> men on the pay roll  here and more will beput on as  fast as  room  can  be  made for  from Win. Mills to T. V. Tonney  and from ihe Fort Steele Mer-  canlile Co.. lo R. J. Peltier were  granted. '  The Moyie Hockey team is all  right, and with a.little practice  will put up a strong game.  The addition io the Kootonay  Bouse is rapidly approaching  completion.  H is said that Editor Smith', of  .the Leader, was presented, with  a box of cigars, of the kind that  comes one in a box. Bro. Smith  swears it was loaded.  INCREASED   TRANSPORTATION.  them.  ' -  , At present vt he coal output'  averages 1200 tons per day. with  a slight daily increase.  TheC.P.B. has let the contract for the tunnel at the loop,  and ���' work will commence' in  about lfi days.  -The length of the proposed  tunnel will be about N'JO feet,  and'it is expected to be completed in six months. Tt is torbe  timbered throughout _ its entire  length with 1 '2 Inch square timber for the present, and if it is  found that it is of sufficient  strength, then it is intended ,to  line it with masonry. The timbers will have lo carry an average of HO feet of rock and gravel  from the roof to the surface of  the ground above. ���<  ^ We have been having a cold  snap, the last few days, the  themometor going down as low  as 12 degrees below zero.  Messrs. Charles Armstrong  and Al Doyle,have bought the  Crow's Nest Hotel, formerly  kept by Howard, and will open  up the business as soon as a  license is obtained.  Noit Wkstku.  Fifteen Locomotives For the Crow's  Nest Line.--Three Thousand Tons  Per Day Will be the Output In  March. '  Superintendent G. J. Bury  wentreast on Thursday on a tour  of inspection over the Crow's ,  Nest branch. It is reported that  a large amount of improvements  will be made on the entire line  during the coming summer.  We learn thai fifleen locomotives have been ordered for the  Crow's Nest hue. also a large  amount of rolling stock, which  is expected to arrive about the  first of March: ���    ,  This is due to the largely increasing output of coal.  Commencing in March, the  output of the Crow's Nest Coal  mines will be from i',000 to :-5,000  tons daily. Thirty trains per  day, run on a regular scheduled"  time card, will be required to :  handle the coal and coke output  from the Fernie mines.  -It.is. evident tlfat'the C P. R. "  recognize1 the fact that i increased-  transportation   is   necessary   to  accommodate    the    largely   in-  -  creasing coal output.    '  The Crow's Nest. Coal Company can "deliver 1,000 Ions of  coal daily.' to each and all the  smellers of British Columbia,  and then have several thousand  tons per day for  the Yankee smellers  Jim  Hill and  o  LATEST  TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.  Skating- Championship. --Dona Maria  Married..���Battleship Tested.  Now York, Fob. I">.���The first  quarterly payment of two per  cent on the common stock of the  American Tin Plate Company  fakes place today.  Montreal. Feb.  1:  ���The Uuit-  MOYIE NEWS.  DECLARED HIM A USURPER.  Strathconas Coming- Home.  Halifax. Feb.   1">;���Ag^iiL-r  And Sir Hibbert Tapper, son  and political heir of the old  chieftain remain���in the front  row. Tho opposition benches have boon sadly depleted.  SIR   WILFRID'S   RECEPTION.  The Premier's entry into the  Bouse ai tho opening session on  Wednesday was made an occasion of an 'enthusiastic demonstration of loyalty, and regard  on the .part of his ''supporters-,  e  Notices Posted Ag-ainst Edward VII  of England.  London, Feb. 11.���The Daily  Mail makes the following, statement: >.  "A notice declaring Edward  VI1, a usurper and Mary IV,  the rightful queen was posted  on the gates of St. James palace  and at the guild hall on Ihc  night Queen Victoria died. It  was not signed and no one saw  it posted at either place, but it  is known to have been the handiwork of a member of the Jacobite  who   crowded   the   government  side and overilowed into at least league. | Probably no action will  a. third, of the seats on Mr. be taken, but the incident ex-  the steamship line here, have Speaker's left. The hard work plains why the legitimists were  been notified that Si'rathcqna's ! of five arduous1 sessions as leader not allowed to place a wreath  Horse will sail from. Liverpool of flie House, and tlie less heavy upon the statue of Charles Iv  on February 28, for Halifax., strain of tlio recent  election  do January 30." '."���'������'    '  Concentrator   Started   Up.- -Hockey-  Match.-   Grand Ball.-It Was  Loaded.  The St. Eugene concentrator  started up at one o'clock* on  Thursday. A largo number of  people from Cranbrook, Fernie  and Fort Steele were in town.  The ice on the lake is getting  quite soft, giving indications of  breaking up.  A Grand Masquerade Ball,  was the attraction at the Miner's  Union Ball on Thursday evening.  The Cranbrook hockey team  went to Moy'ie-ou Thursday, accompanied by a. large delegation  from Cranbrook f;The game was  a good one, but the Moyie boys  were 'not. in- if with the Cranbrook team. Score, was :> to 0  in favor of Cranbrook,    .        .  A. meeting of the License Commissioners was held here on  Thursday.   A transfer of license  ed States and Canadian combined skating championship, which  wore postponed out of respect  for the late queen, will be held  hero today.  New York. Fob. lfi.���The  cruiser New York goes into commission today. Tho Asiatic  station will bo her cruising  ground for the next two years.  Madrid. Feb. I.').���The long  talked of marriage of Dona Maria  do las Mercedes.' princess of  Auslurias and heir presunitive  to the Spanish throne, to Prince  Charles of Bourbon takes place  today.  Newport News. Feb. la.���The  battleship Illinois is lo be tested  today, off Cape Henry, if satisfactory weather conditions permits. This is what is known as  the builder's trial.  Torre Haute. Ind., Feb. I.\ ���  William Kadclilfe will be hung  here today. He pleaded guilty  to the charge of the murder of  James Hague, in a box car on  the Big Four road, near this  city, last fall.  Washington; D.'C:,"Feb. 15.���  The unanimous report of ihe  joint commissioners to survey  and plot the boundary line under  the modus vivenda between the  United States,and British America in Alaska has been filed. \ _ �� I     -A'-  THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B.  C, FEBRUARY 1(5,  1001.  I' "'��.-  i -  i',.,'-T  I?    ���'  I1 '    '*'  >  ESTABLISHED     IK'S.  A. B. 6race,  PUBLISHER    AND    EDITOR.  THE PROSPECTOR, is published  ��� \ery .Saturday, and tins a guaranteed  circulation larger than any other paper  In East Kootonay. It is all home Printed  And contains double the ne��-s of any  other paper in the district. ,  As  an  advertising medium  it   is 1111  excelled.  Devoted to the upbuilding of Fori Smelt;,   the  development of the vast mineral resources of  the East ICootenay mining district.  Subscriptions 12.00 per yrai  Advertising rates made known on application.  Contributions are solicited from all parts of the  dlatrict, but all matter intended for publication  must huve the writer's signature.  rtllC PAPPR Is kept on tile at theudver-  ��� iiivj ��� m L.I1 Using agency of Alaxauder  *Co., Suite t\. First National Hank Building,  Spokane. Wash., where contracts can be made  Cor it. ,  Thic Panop '^ kept ��'i t"e at E. C.  ��� 1115 rdUer DAKK'S Advertising  Agency, <H and rV> Merchants Exchange, San  Francisco. California, where contract* for advertising can be made for it.  This  Pa nor Is kept on meat the  r apci   Kiin & Co.   Newspaper  Mc-  .      Acl-  vetising   Agency,  Montreal,   where contracts  for advertising can be made for it.  _!:.  This  Pa -��er  ,.   Is on sale at    J.   W.  Clr.tham &    Go's   book  ��tore, Spokane, Wash.  @DJt�� %fV08p��Ct0\\  SATURDAY, FEBRUARY Hi. 1901.  "No  Enemies  to Punish-  Special Friends to Serve. "  -No  on all over the district, and preparations are, being' made , all  aloag the valley from Tobacco  Plains to Windermere, for early  shipments of ore.  The objective point of the proposed railways, from the north  as well as from the south, from  Crawford's Bay east, is Fort  Steele, tho reason of this is the  predominating advantage of location over all other points, and  the conditions as they develop  show that these are to be realized; and the progress of Fori.  Steele during the year 1901 will  be greater than ever.  *        X-        -h-  As matters now stands the C.  P. R. Company' are determined  to accommodate the immense aud  constantly increasing coal and  ore .traffic of the Kootenavs, "  Sdft * * * * sr^Ss , .v.        '   * w rJr-S��  Headauarters   for   Mining   and   Commercial   Men  The  ft  Hotel   Windsor  WKy, We Are Here.  Fort    Steele   is   the " natural  mining   ctjnter   of   South    East  Kooteuuv.   .  T  HERE   has   been   some  apprehension felt in relation to the erection of  a  smelter  in South' East Kootenay.    It is now beyond question  that the district is now in condition   to   furnish   the   necessary  amount of ore for the successful  operations of a large smelter.   ,  >   It is also beyond all  question  that all   the   necessary requirements' ��� for the, treatment of ore,  ^silver-lead,  gold, copper, wet or  dry ores, lime,  fluxes  and iron,  coal and cbke, an abundant  \va-  \.  ter  supply,   are all found in the  Fori, Steele Mining Division.  ��� '   While smelters in West Koote-  ' nay are  being constructed, and  those  already m  operation  en  - larged. ,to   keep   pace with   the  rapid advance in mining now being made all over'the Kbbtenays,  .,it'would 'seem that South   East  Kootenay was being  overlooked  in this most'important adjunct to  mining, while it isva well known  '  fact that tho silver-lead ores produced in'the district form a large,.  percentage of "the ore now being  reduced  daily,   by   smelters   in  other pa.r,ts"of the country.  The immediate construction of  a smelter in South East Koote-  ,'iiay is a necessity to the rapid development of the district. With  a completed system' of railway  - transportation north and south  through the ' Kootenay valley,  the erection of a smelter capable  of handling the immense production of silver-lead .ore, it would  give new life to the district, and  be,the direct factor in the opening of new mines, trade and business improved, also an influx of  capital for the further development of our mineral resources.  Over 4.r) ounces in silver, from  50 to 00 per cent lead, indicates  the high grade nature of the silver-lead ores produced in the  district.  Copper ore that will run  from  seven to twenty per cent copper,  carrying gold values of $tf to ��50  silver values as  high  as  thirty  ounces, and in many cases a still  larger percentage  of tho   white  metal.    Fluxes having values in  gold aud silver from $10 to *25.  all prove  that   there  is   no  district   in   British Columbia today  that   offers   better  inducements  to   a   smelter  than   South East  Ko otenay.  There are more mines within a  radiusof ~0 miles than any other  town in the district.  ,Wild Horse Creek and'its tributaries has mines enough to  make Fort. Steele a largo and  Nourishing' town.       t <  h ' '-<'..  All    Modern     Gonveriiences  FORT    STEELE,   B.   C;  Large   Sample    Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.  Lentra note  Wasa.'Sheep. Lewis and Tracy  Creek mines are all tributary to  Fort Steele.  H. W.  DREW,  Proprietor.  Fort Steele.  All trunk roads and Trails eenjj  ter at Fort Steele.'1   ���      ���   > o  If  Fort Steele is at. the  navigation,    on    the  River.  head of  Kootenay  .Port Steele has the-government offices, and is therefore tho  seat of government for alio  district. ' ' ,  1 l r  Now Open  Port    Steele      *  BrewiHg    Co.  ' The largest, and most, beautiful townsitejh the district is ron  >  the Kootonay River and is known  as Fort Steele.  Bull   River  with    its    coppep  mines is tributary to Fori Steele  Tf you1 wish to invest in mining  come straight to Fort Steele.  e  FORT STEELE,  B.. C.  MANUFACTURERS     and   "BREWERS    OP    EXTRA    FINE  BEER    %    PORTER  Kitnberley,  ,:,H. W'.DrEW,' proprietor.,  B. C  SOLD -BY   THE. BARREL,    KEG   OR   "BOTTLED  Bottled beer for family use a specialty  outside orders'given strict $ prompt Attention  To Be Prince of Wales Next Year'.  King Edward, rit is officially  asserted, desires1]t to be known  that the duke of Cornwall and,  York will not be created prince  of .Wales until after his visit to  the colonies.  The  Waldorf  SATISFACTION- GUARANTEED  P. O. BOX 812  TELEPHONE' NO. I  Sick & Miitz, Prop's.  FERNIE, B. C.     OLD TOWN  MININGp5^  THIRTY-ITIHTH TEAR.  24Pa/es :  "Weekly ���:  Illustrated.  INDISI ^NSABLE  TO MINING MEN.  $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.  SEND FOIl SAMPLE COPT.  MIMC-sdoitiflc PRESS  330 MARKET ST., SAW FRATTCISCO, CAX..  McBride Bro's.  Night Was Her-Terror.  ������] would cough nearly all night long. '���  writes Mi'ss. Chas.. Applegate. of Alexandria, lnd.. "and could hardly get any  sleep. 1 had consumption so bad that  if I walked a block I 'would cough  frightfully and spit blood, but. when  all other medicines failed, .three $1.00  bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery  wholly cured ine and 1 gained 5*8  pounds." It's absolutely guaranteed to  cure Coughs. Colds. La Clrippe. Bronchitis and till Throat and Lung troubles.  I'-icc ."iOc; and $1.00. Trial bottles free  at A. \\\ Hk-asdell. Druggist.  SPLENDID ACCOMMODATIONS  Sample Rooms for Commercial Men  ,      ' No Traveller Should Pass the Door.  The trail runs within ten feet of the house. Good  Barn and plenty of ha3r and grain. If you patronize the  Waldorf you will never regret it.  ' *  ���   '_ *.  H.   A.   KA.NOUSE,    -      -   Proprietor.  ^^s^I\I^.T^FlI^I\^lI^I^Jl^s^I\I^J\s^I^I^I^J^I^I^nx^x^^^  East Kootenay  Bottling Co.  flerated waters  Of all kinds.  Syni]  is  Cli;mipn^iH:s  Gin<'er Ales,  Klc.  Ciders,  Prosperity in South East  Kootenay isplainly evident, and  everywhere there is a rustle be-  jn�� made lo have a share of it.  and everybody in Ihe Fort Steele  district should fool thankful for  the excellent opportunities there,  will be for rustling in 1901-.  .. ���'.*   ��� *..  *  So far in the history of this  district Port Steele has been the  attraction, the mineral center o f I     ���       ���    ' ��� _ .'   ���       ���    ; .'   '  East' Kootenay. ��� ;  Attention Hunters  and Prospectors.  *     *    * | ���   '        -  !     Indian Agent. CJalbraith is willing to  Extensive   mining   operations(]).IV   ,iK.  smn  of  *5oo. 'per pair, "for  *nd developments will be cat ried.   Mountain Sheep and Goat, or either.  the B. C. ASSAY & CHEMICAL      :  *.     4& ��� . SUPPLY CO., Ltd.  733 PENDER STREET.  <���{*      VancoHver,    B.    C      0  We are Manufacturers and direct Importers, and carry a  large stock of Balances, Furnaces, Fire Clay Goods, Scientific  and Practical' Books, Glassware, Platinum Goods, Acids,  Chemicals, and all other Assayers' and Minors' requirements.  SOLE AGENTS for Morgan Crucible Company, Battersea, Becker's Sons', Balances, Brau'n's Gasoline Furnaces, Etc.  Catalogue and full particulars on application.  cKnHSf ffiHnHKriHrQUEnHnTEhT^  The Berliner  1   S nl;i.  water   in-siphons'.'  economical way to,handle, it.  Tlie   most  Prk��   ���  $15.00  including  n 16 inch born,  3 records  and  concert sonnd box.  Gramophone  The Talking machine that talks���sings���play* every instrument���reproduces Sonsa'a  Hand���Negro Minstrels���string orchestras or church choirs. '  , The Berliner Gram-o-phonc is louder, rlea'tcr. sweeter and simpler than any other  1 alking Machine al any pi ice���it plays cake walks, waltzes marches and operatic selections, it sings (words and music) of all the popular songs of the day as well as Coon songs,  patriotic and sacred selections���it tells funny stories or repeats a prayer. '  The Berliner Gram-o-phone is made in Canada, erery instrument is sold with a 6ye  year's, written guarantee. .   .- ['  The records are not wax���they are hard, flat and indestructible.   Will last io years.  Write to us for Catalogue and secord lists free.  FACTORY: 447-371 Aqutduct St., Msntrttl.    EHAHUEt BLOW-, ��>ntril Miaaitr ffr Ctastfi.  E. BERLINER,  2316 ST. CATHERINE STREET      -      -MONTREAL.  Shelf t Heavy Hardware  Stoves, Graniteware,  Tinware  Powder. Fuse. Caps  Paints and Oils.  Sheet metal work of all kinds  promptly executed.  Fort Steele  Meat Market  FRESH   and  W. ROGERS, Proprietor.  SALT   MEATS  ON HAND.  A LTV. AYS  Fresh Halibul.   Sitlnion,  Salmon Troul,  Hoki<rna  Sausage,  ButU'.r and ICirys.     h'ish and Game in Season.  Fort Steele  and  Kimberley.  ANDREW    NEI DIG     ,'HTGH WARDEN    &   SON.  CONTRACTOR     and    BUILDER  HOU.SK AND SIGN I'AIN'JTNti  CAl-OIMININC! and,V��APV.il HANGING  PORT STEELE, B.C.       !  jj^~   All   work promptly done.  PIONEER  BARBER SHOP'  Everythiiifr,Sl;i'icl;ly First, Class.-  Next door lo the Projector.  3  i  c'C  V  't  i  i is;  \i ���  THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. C,  1!J OL  THE  HOTEL  H. REINEMAN, Proprietor.  Fort Steele, B. C.  Largest and Most Complete Hotel In SovitH East Kootetiay  r ' ^ '     '  ALL   MODERN   CONVENIENCES  Sample Rooms for Commercial Men.  v.. <- r .  Headquarters for- Mining Men.  ���-0,  -'  ���HA  I?  KIM BE  Y  The   Coming   Town   of  East  Kootenay.     *  Near me famous Nortn star  and 'SuiliviaM iVlit-i  , ' 0     - ' .a"  a 1 1 "  A Limited Nixnibesr of XLaots for Sale  at Prices Ranging from ,     . H\  $125    To    $400  NOW   IS   THE TIME TO HUY as prices will be advanced the first  of the year. , ��  Apply to  Land Commissioner, C. P. R.  Winnipeg, Man., or to  BEALE 6* ELWELL  Fort Steele and Kimberley,  KIMBERLEY.  ****-?'-tS%i4f*-��*i*'��'i************J*5**S5***!��;*,��*  *  ISl'UUI.lSili:!) HVKIIY SATUlCDAV, ANU HAS A  ROYAL   HOTEL  K1MHRRLRY,  R*C.  'The  finest   Liquors mill  Cigars and  l'n'M !*'"nriiir.li<'"t.l  Rooms in Town.  J.   I.   GATES,   Prop.  ADVERTISE.  IN-  THE PROSPECTOR.  DALGARY FLDUH  ;ilS THE  BEST.  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anyone sending a sketch and description may  quickly uncertain our opinion free whether an  Invention is probably patentable, f'onmiumcu-  t Inns st rictly confidential. Handbook on Pat cuts  sent fiee. Oldest nicency for securing patent*.  1'nlo.nts tnk.cn through Muiin & Co. receive  tpeclal notice, without charge, in the  Scientific flttierieam  A handsomely" illustrated weekly. Largest circulation of any scientific journal. Terms, $U a  year: four montbs, $1. Sold by all newsdealers.  MUNN & Co.361Br�����y. New York  Branch office, (34 K St.. WnshtiiBton, D. 0.  MONTROSE BICYCLEHnlFREE  ccmHc'vnnS'n''JXfIifOUT A CENT IN ADVANCE.  {��F���,U . US TOUR ORDER, it ito ��ln>tlier j ou w Mi Indv'n or mini's  ^i liool. wii o j-oloi. licicht <i( ir.imc mid pear wanted and lfi: WII.I, S1II1>  I III^ \\ lir.KI. (.' O. 1>. on appi,i\al -illnuin,? ion to iniuule ,uid c\-  .iliiil'C 11 liilly IipIoii:Sun .icii-pt u II it Is nor n 11 mill iiiiiip tlilin uo  ( ntlmrnr It, .ind ,i liutlcr wheel tli.in j oh c.in ia-1 lot .ui> uhcicncn tho  PMicfiom any ono else, ic-fiise it and -.it-will ji iv nil v\iin ���.<- cli.ui-i,  ouisel-.cs. The "MOE&TRQSE" Bicyclo ��fc.��"/"** cri  ut our Special   Affei.t's   sample i.i:.cj  t-.1:   *& i fr-^-O"  1J tl.OriUt.'CSt 1>.U W.lll  MIL. I ll-jllOPlMI   tiffPKd       >\cr-1| 11,11  li'cJ-   ..II    ,,  t'.i ivMJ \'it.-l ii-i the iii.ilLet and Jon iic-iil i nt Hu-|,t li i .n i ,-i    .  ,-'1' " ' "   i .d it. '��i..if,H,l      \>l ���   e !..�� �� ���.< ,-l\ ;. !���,<���-, ; J .  *  ClUAltA.VJ'KUl) OIKCai.ATIO.V I.AUUKK TlfAN  AN'Y OTIIKU t'Ai'KK JN l-'.AST KOOTKNAY. IT" IS  Al.lj 1IOMK Pltl.N'TKD. AXI) CONTAINS DOfJItl.K  'I'lIK AMOUNT'!' OWNHtt'S OF ANTY I'AI'KI! IN" TIIK  DlsTUICT. . '      '  *  *  ^'l*  *  .        .-I   ���      ���- r <���'   .  , , ' ���> *     .   '  As   An   Advertising   Medium   It   Is  Unexcelled.  iy>  *tt*f***************************  ��*��   TIIK I'ROSPKCTOK.COVKHS A  DISTKICT J  4  r���Aitc:icit than so.\n-: hmpiuks, anti> has a t>  J}j    I^AItGlC POKRIGN CIUCULATIOX. ^  ********************************  The Paystreak Of Ad's In This Paper Pays Prom The Grass Roots,  And Never Pinches Out, Stake One !    The .Result Will Be To  Your Interest.  JOB PRINTING OF ALL KINDS NEATLY AND PROMPTLY  EXECUTED.  DILSE St CROFTS  CONTRACTORS  All   Kinds   of   Brick   and   Stone   Work  BRTCT* and LIME For Sale.        PLASTERING Promptly Done  THE  e5l///W''\    ' v'-/7      ?G-' i '-.,.. hi.  i 'ii-1.  pi-ii-  it r ..,'  Ih tl I    1. <w 11,111-   i l,il  >i,    I'll-ulh.-ith  (( -i , ,, i  'Jin  l.iiulit K j (.u-v i.  ���'�� U     ?".'a1  ,.Ml  i   1 ���  ��� !':..",<;i i :i in ; i'>n; -i. \  l-til. I.   lOivl ii.Ill- 1. iiul ii  :u--i .   i I  'P       'l i  ii.    Ihl-lK   .   till  'i irl    1.1     Ii    i'      I  i. tint in i-itllili hi-e 11n- < 1 f ip iii , tl  , II- I 11't' III \\ 111 1-1- 111 h 11, 1 III-11 I I  . h 1.I1 , 1 11'. \M. 1 in 11:111I Ii Hi, ,  li \\ - 1 11 nil (ill 1 ,i:i|, 1 im,i 11, 1,1  t .11 > ' e �� i i mi in 1II1 1 1 'io wi h,i  1 -. lit ,-1 ii'l n 1 I In-1 1 rii  1 en hit 1-  innii i:m:.n a !!i�� 1 < s.i: 1. cii  ll ������ -       V.I   , Mill,1.1   I  > ��� !l�� 1 1 I:' I'��'!!���. CKI>3'tCINk.  11' > i, w-il<- :n ' , ' , (i 11 ��� ,,n |,,��� ,  .i.iii p>S5r-.poj rj )1      pioy  1 i 'ml ���  ��n,i!el!1.wn.,.V��ili",f ''ii'lV'^i''^ ������;���'-.>'i-V-.LaUii., <l!,'.,i M,<;��'>;,'k, n\Wl> \\ Ili.I.!.;' 'taken",!', inlde wiiieh -n .  X1V1S uv11 ii��f;'i���.?-IiLl'",-'lli ",1:1,'-";"^'<'P��t,r.,saiilploS ��f,l W m���M, very clici.li. .Semi U.r ll��n:,.l" I.M.  Si J.Jl^!,',!,/,V,fi,'w^���iS,i,"",,CS "i1'1,'; Vo^riTcr-to any bank or linsln.-.-.s liuusc in Cliiculto. t.raliy t-jpressiii-  nil.SJi c ^'Ji'i'i3^  ,l<i^i11JS.1"1 -V:"i'H.<;'s of l-crcrciico dU-ect from the lamest lunik* in Chleaito ifyuu wish It.  SEND YOUR ORDER feSi;^fea;teSri''vlll"'dTiul11  I    J��-L. MEAD GYOLE GOMP^Hr,Ghtcaaoiiiu  ! CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS,  !       COPYRICKTS AND DESIGNS.  I Send > our husincsn direct to AVashincton,  Hiivos tlniti. cents IciHr better service  My office cloio to V. B. Ftteat 0Oc��. FREE prcllmln.  ! ary ezamlaxtioni mfcde. Atty*. f��. not dn* antll pmte&t  ��� ll Becured PERSONAL ATTENTION OIVEN-19 YEARS  [ ACTUAL EXPERIENCE. Book. "How toobUin P��UnU,"  I etc., lent frre. Patents procured through E. 0. 81gg*ri  I recelvo  special   notice,  without charg..  In   the  INVENTIVE   AGE  , lllrutratfld monthly���EIctbi  E.G.SiQGERS,  lUutrated monthly���EleTeuth year���termi, $1. a year.  Late of C. A. Snow * Co.  918 F St.. N. Wm  j WASHINGTON, O. C.  I TO THE DEAF.  A rich lady cured of linr Doaf-  | ncssand Noises in the  Head   by  i Dr.    Nicholson's    Artificial    Ear  Drums, <ziwo ^IO,(i(KHo   this   In-  Ktifnti'.   so   that  doaf ))oo])lo nn-  ablf lo procurp  tho   F/.tr   Drums  : nniy ha-vo tlioin   froij.      Addross  j.No::U".'ls.     .The   Nicholson   In  'istitute,     780,    Eig-hth   A-veiiue,  | New York, U. S. A.--'  GiiamDeroi Mines  SOUTHERN BRITIST COLUMBIA  (Kootenaijs and Yale)  'Pin- Oittinboi- of .\lirie~ waiiifc tlior-  ouffhly i-i-litilili- (-tiri'i'-pniidunts in every  Ciii)il> in Ihc <]iM,rirt��. ��)f l'':is.1 tintl Wp<t  Koiiiuiisiy nnd \n\r to whom rosisoiiiiblo  <-i>iii|>oii--;it,ioii will liu paiil for tlu'ir  -.ci-vicc-..  ('oi'i-<-.poiHleiits will ht> e.vjioc.ted to  fiinii-.li tin- Ciiiiinhcr of Mint����. with till  (Irvclopinunt >r��'inii 011 at the mines,  she installation of machinery. >liip-  im-nts of ore and \ alnc. ;tnd irenorally  such jicw's, as will .illrai-i ihc alleiuion  of capit.ilists and caiiso them to investigate and iiiM'st.  Applieittioiis to headdress d )o the ���  'CHAMLiKi: OP MIXKrf.  ��� Sontherii Uriti.sh Columbia.  (Kootenays and Yale)  P. O. Box o7S. \       ROSSLAND. B. C. *fy  r    ���*���  THE PROSPECTOR. FORT STEELE, B. 0., 1901.  WW WWW WW Wi  m*��w  +&&+&&&&**&*****  &&&&&&&&#*&&  FORT   STEELE  00  r  #  *  The Mining Center of the, District of South East Kootenay  ii *-  i' '������  ii  * -        '���  r       * t>  i  i :���  ?  r  i    ill. .��  ijrf  I-.;  ,SA -  1- .*  i,i,  11'"  The Largest  Mineral Areas/  and the Most  Extensive  Co��l Fields on the  American Continent  * r i ������' i  are Situated in  South Bast Kootenay  nmrn.] map  Agriculture  G-raxing and the   .  Lumber Industry-  are Prominent  Features of the  District.  The   Crawford   Bay  and   Fort   Steele   Railway  will  be   constructed   this   year.  1 * 1 I 1  The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway, Recently Surveyed, will pass through  /  FORT  STEE  And    Tap    the  Mineral   Belt   of   the   District  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  Apply to       Ra L. T  9  Townsite Office. ,  4-on.  irertr*,/ -  O  THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. C, FEBRUARY 1(5,   IflOJ.  s  r  r  &'  i*.  S    '  1  l!>  ����ft�� flfvjor&pectov:.  SATUUDAY,  KKUliUAJiY  Hi,  1!>01.  Self Made and Well Made.  It is sometimes snopvingly isaid  that self made men are badJy  made. That is very Inie jfa  you Mi starts in life wilh. ii�� other  aim than soil" promotion, and no  mentor than his own self-  conceit.. Sir Humphry Davy,  the king of chemist ry, once said,  ''What J am, I have made myself' The key lo his splendid  success is to lie found in the following wo|;ds. which he wrote  when he was an obscure youth:  "1 Jiave. neither riches, nor high  ' birth, nor power to recommend  me; yet, if I live, I trust that L  shall not be of. loss service to  mankind than if ] had been born  with those advantages." If  Davy made himself, he was conscientiously careful Unit the product which he made should ,bc  for the benelit of his fellow creatures, and not for his own emolument or glory.  That is a mighty important  point for everyone who is setting  out in life. ''What did God make  me for?"' is a vital question for  every young man or woman; and  an equally important one for a  christian is: "What did Jesus  Christ make me over again for?  Did he do it for my own enjoyment, or that I might be a blessing to some other people?"  The artful demon that, has  poisoned more hearts and ruined  more lives than any other is the  demon of selfishness. From that  snare and curse may God deliver  us. . o ,  Failure and Success.  Ho fails who rlimlis to power and place  Up t,he pathway ol tlU<;raco.  fie fails not who nukes truth bis cause  Nor bonds to win the crowd's applause.  He fails not���he*who stakes his all  Upon tho rijfht. and d.ircs to tall.  p\Vhu.t thou��li Lho'liviiiK bless or blame  For him tho long success of fame.  ��� hkhurd W'GImm fiilder.  ''151''  ,--\'.TSj/,''JS!' i'-i."*,  ��jr=z.  As'.INSMUN'T     .NO1'  i:i:vij\'UJ.  \.\Tli     I'i.'OVIN''! \i.  ���V.\X ACT  Soi-1 hi.un  Division    hi    1  maimer  \s I     Kim I I NAV  N'  O'l'IOK is hi K hv tflw n III .iccotd me e �� nh  the Statutes that tin I'lovfnclnl I��(\i'iiiio  Tux .mil nil sum's li'iicil unili i llie Assessment Act .no now due loi tin \r.n ll'dl. AILcd  tin; above-named I.ixls lollcclllilo viillmi flic  Suulliciii Uhlsl.in of K.ist l\ootina\ Ill-Inlet   .111'   plV.lllle   ���'!    l��\    ollltc    -ll    111'"   t''itlll  House  Foil Steele  Assessed I,IM s ,uu colli clilih'  ll   tin    folkm-  llllf I .lies; \l/' ���     i  II li.ml on ur lu'loio tIn��� .1 Hh June   I'll)]  Thioe-llflhs ol one pc i cent  on'ir.il |mi|jcii\  Two and oni'-h ill poi   n'lil    on   the .ississol  \.lllll' Cll  wild l.Llltl  One lull   ol   oik   pel   cent,  on   poison.il pio  l)ci ly. , i  Upon such cvi'i-ss of Income  OliAhsA-  On line llions.mil dulltu s,  .mil   imi  o.sci'i'dnis;  I<-n   llioiisiinil   doll,us    one   per  cell)., lip lo li\e llioiis.intl iloll.iis    .mil   lno  pel cent on Llie n iiniinilci'  Class IJ. ��� On ion thousand doll.us   anil  not  (..xcefilliin iweniv tlimisiiiiil ilnll.iis  inn ,iii<I  niie-lrilt   ])i i    (ent     n|>   in    ten   tliuiis.iml  (lollurs. iinil two mid one-li,ill   pei   eeni. on  the i cin,i null i  Cl.sssC.   On   t\\ont\   Llioiis.unl  dnll'iis .mil  not exccedlii).' loi i���v llioiis.unl  doll.u'-   u\o  and mit'-lniir pci eeni , up lo iw'i m\   thousand dollars,  nnd tluee pel cem. on   tin'  re-  imiiuder:  (JI.ASs IJ.~On .ill  others' III  excess nlitoil\  thousand  ilollnis    lime   per   (.'em      up  lo  lorlV thousand dollnis. ,llld llnee  ,ni(l   cmc-  ll ll It pel ecu I. on tin1 leiii.niidei.  If |),lld on oi .liter 1st .llilv. I'JDI  Fom-liniisol one pel c ent, on H.il piopei t\  Three per cent    on  the   assessed   value  ol  wild hind  Tiiieu-iiuui'tei -, ol one pot ( cut    on   puisomil  propei'tv , '  On so much ol the Income ol .my person .is  exceeds one thousand (lolhtis in .ircoi(Initio  with the lollowitii-' eliissiilcauotis: upon  such e.Ncess the i.itcs sluUl he n.iiiielv: -  Class A ���On one tlious mil doll.irs. and not  e\cecdinjr ten tlioiis.nid doll.us, one and  one-hair put cent up to (he tliousiind  dollais, and two ,ind oiie-h,i]f pei cent on  ,  the inm.midei  Glass Jt ���On ten thousaiid  doll.us nnd  'not  evceedniL,' twenlv thousand doll.us  two pei  cent , up lo ten thousand doll.us and thicc  pei cent, on the icm.imilei  Class   0.    On  lwent\   tliousand dollars and  not exceeding lortv thousand dolhns   tluee  per cent    up  to twenty  thousand doll.us  .iiidtliico.iiidiiiic-h.iltpeiii.nl on   tin   ic-  matndei"  Class U. -On all  otheis in  exd'ss of  tony  thousand dollars   time and  one-hali   pei  cent., up to forty thousand dollats and loin  pei cent   on the icm.iindei o  J'lovniri.il Uoveiiuc Tax- ?t pei capita  Two pei cent on the assessed value ot   oteoi  mnieial he.iiiiiLr substances p.ivnhl"  ituai  teile\    on  the  last da\   ol   the monllisof  Match  .lime, Septemljei aud   Ueeciiilx'i   m  each win  ' AC   Xlll.SOiV.  ,.'l.s,s(s's<)'l   (/y|(/ (Jflllt'cltli'  I-'ortSteele H. 0   J.iiiu.n v Huh  I'.Kll  In   the   County Court  ot   Kootenay  Holden at Fort Steele, B. C.  Xotice is lieiebVKhen tl) it on the llftli d.iv  ul Uui'inlier llirmit uiisoiil* ml lir .1 A Foini  JNij .Jiid���'c ol the said Couil that .lliines I'Vi-  .-'Usoii AimstroiiL'. OII1cl.il Adiulnisti.ilor of the  Count v ul ICooteiiny he inluilnistiiitoi'ol nil and  sIiikuIii ilie 1,'onils. ch.ittels nnd ciedit of  Ch.iiles W.il/ ol Foil Sitei le li C Aliuei (le-  K.isid   mtestiiti  Hwiy pcisnii imloliUd to the said dei eased  Is ii i|iilli d In in,iht iMViiienl loithwilh lo the  tindi isiifiii il  11mi\ iieison h.ui'ijiln possi sslon elfecls e-  loiiKiiitf lo Ihe decensed Is ici|iine(l foitliwt.h  lonotlM the iiiidfisif-'ncd.  IC\( iv cieditoi, oi other prison, havliiw any  claim upon m liilen st in the dlsli lliution of the  peisomil estate ot Ihe said deceased Is icquiicd  wit hi ii thlit\ ila\s of I his dale I o ,end hv K't-'ls-  leied leltn addi( ssen to Ihe nndeisitrued his  name and addn ss and lull1 p.u ticuliiis ol his  el,mil oi inletisl nnd a statement of Ills nc-  i omit, and the ii'ituie of his sectintv (If nnvj  held 1^ him.  Allei Ihe exini.illoii ol the said tinny dn\s  the AiIiiiIiiis|iiiiiii*uIII pioei'i d w llh the distribution ol tne esiute havinc icsraid to those  claims onh ol which he sluill h.ue had notice.  IJ.ilidut Foil ,'steele this llt'h dav of .lanuiuv  IIKII  .IA.MKS FUmir.srt.N' aumsthono.  Olllclul Adiiilnislii'iloi,  Foil Steele, li. (.'.  NOTICE.  Take notice that thlm davs from the date  heieot I Intend to applv to the llonouiahle the  Chief Cominissioiiei of lauids.inri Woihs lorn  spcclnl license to cut and cany nwnv timber  lioiu the fellow lujt desci Ibed lands Coiniiicnc-  intr at n post planted oil the west litinlt <)\ KW  Hher about one mile noi Hi of the town of  hemic i iinnlin.' thence in a iioillierlv dliection  aloiij,' tht1 west bank ol the i:ilc liivei for a dis-  tan.eol two miles, thence in a wcsteih duec-  lion :M(Moils ihence in a southerlv rilieclion  two miles, Lin iicu in .in eastuih dnccilon 'ill)  lods to place ol bCKiiiiiiiiK. '  Dated at l''einie   11 C. this Jdth dav of  No-  vemliei   A. I) , 1W<>.  :>|- - (!. At   MOSWOKTfl.  NOTICE.  The Urilisii Columbia Soul In in Hallway  Compaiiv will ,ij,])lv to the I'aili.uneiit ol C'liu-  adaal lis next session foi .in Act exli ikIIjik  Die tliue wiiliiu wliielC it inav con.sti uct such  Ui-anclics Iroi/i any ol us lines not exceeding '"  .iiiv oin case ih11 lv miles m length as are from  time loj.imie antlion/ed by the cowinoi In  Council and foi olliei  puijoses  II  CA.Ml'UKLiI^ OSWALD,  l'i- Seciei.uy  I. S  News Notes.    ' , '  .Boston, Feb. 11.���Throe persons lost'their lives, and'four  others were badly injured, in a  tire in a four story brick dwelling1 in Harrison Avenue early  this morning.  Senator JVlcKenzie Bowcll,  leading the senate opposition,  has given notice that he' will  move for a committee on inquiry  into the charges of H. H. Cook,  formerly a member of the commons, who said during the last  general election that he was  offered a senatorship forSlU,000.'  Washington, Feb. 14."���Owing  to the great improvement in his  health; the president has decided  to resume his official dinners.  The annual dinner to the Diplomatic corps takes place this  evening.  A resemblance \betweon some  prominent people. "Old Abe"  split rails for many years. The  Father of his country chopped  the tree, and.Carrie Nation used  a hatchet on many Kansas joints  0. .10L.Y in:  (CA.VAUA.  phovinci: or iiuitisu coi-uaiuia  VlCTOlNA, hv llie Oiiiceot God ol tho United  WiiiKduin of Llu.it ill nam and licl.md,  Qui.L.V Delendi l ol the Fiiuli  .xc   &c   &.(���  ToOui laithtttl the Membois elected to sei\e  in the Legislative Assemblv 'of Oni  Fiovince of Itiitish Columbia at Om Cit\ of  Victoii.i���(Jklltim.  A l'KOCI.AMATION'  11. A   Macli;a.x      i   TTTIIISKi:AS,Wo.iiu  Deputv Attotnev-        ,    \l\       ,,7,���,,    ,���,],,,  Cldnei.i'  I    ���*-*���     desitous and io  sol\ed, as soon as n,.,\ be. t ) nn et Om   I'eople  of'Our  l'loxinie ol   liimsli C'olujnbia   and lo  h.i\e then .uhicoit' Om l-egislatuie _    '  NOW KXOW Vi:  tli.it loi duels causes and  consideiiuious. and  taku'g into toiisi.U'iiiliou  llie case  and comeiuenco of (Hu loimg subjects  We have thought lit -b\ and w ith the ad-  \ ice of Om E\cciiu\o Council  do_ln^n-b\   eon-  \olce. and  by thes ��� piesenls. cnjoui"\ou  and  ciuh of you  ili.it on Tnuisd i\   the twenty-lust,  dai   ot, Fcbiu.uy   one  thousand mni hundied  and one, \ou meet Us in Oui  said  Leprisl.iuuc  or I'liiliament ol  Oi.r said  Pimtmi'   at O'ii  City of  Victoii.i,   FOR   TIIIJ inSFAtCJlI OF  BUSINESS,  to neat   do   act    and   conclude  upon those things which in Oin  Legisl ituie or  the    I'lOMtice  of   lluush   Columbia    by   the  Common Council ofOiu s.i.d FiOMuee m.iv. b\  the fa\or of God^ be oidained  In Tkstimoav WiiMii.or  We h.ue caused  these Our Lettoi s to he made Patent nnd  the C.ioat Seal  ol  the said PioMiue to be  lieiounto alllxed'     Wiinhss   1110,110110111-  able bu   Ui-Niii (ItvuM, .Iota- in.   Lor-  mxii:i<i:   K 0 AE Cl     r^ieuteiiaiu-Uoveriioi  ot Out said 1'ioMiict: ol   llriUsh  Columbia  111  Oui   Cilv of  Vicioini    111 Out saul Pio-  vnice  this scwutLC'iitb dav of .l.uiuu\    In  the  \c.i 1   of Oin   Loid one thousand nine  hundied  and  one   nnd   111 the sixi\-toui th  vear ol Our Koigii  Mv Command ���    -^^. -  ���o .1    U JMiJiNTICii   '  I'toi hiri'tl Siciilari/.  NOTICE.  c History Repeats. ,  v (leorge Wasliington once on a  time tried his little hatchet on a  cherry tree. Mrs. Carrie Nation  is now using a hatchet on the  liquor joints of Kansas. Cloorge  Washington became the father  of his country. Mrs Nation will  become the mother of s joint  breaking crank's of Kansas���and  thus history will repeat itself.  CX)0000^*^<wls>>l^<Ml^OOOOOO  (J  o  o  o  A QUICK CURE'  FOR COUGHS  and COLDS  ���**. . -   ,  S-C-91*  I'UOVINCl \l. SIlCUKTAin'S OFl-'ICF  Motive is heieln gi\enthat .111  apjilicition  will bo iniido to the f-egtslatne Assembly ol the  I'imiiii r. of lintisb Columbi 1   nits  nox't session  loi an act to imoi poiatc a companv  with  ]Km(;i to const 11111   eipnp ropci,ite and   maintain a line of i.nlw.iy ol stand.ud 01   iinv other  guage  to be opetated hv slean:   cb'cancit\    or  ui\   othei   tuolne  ponci    lor the cair\ingoC  freight and p.issengcis fiom a pomt on or  110.11  C1.1wi01dH.1v on lvoolen.iv f.aKc, 111 the Dis-  ti it t of West K'ooten.iv, by the most convenient and  feasible  loute thiough the\alle.v ol  Ci.imfoul   CieiU   and  tlie  valle\   of   the   St.  Al.ii \ s liivei. to ,1 point at or ne.11  Foi t Steele  111    the    JJistiict   of   Kast oKoolen.u.   111   the  I'l-OMiiceol DilLish Columbin: and to build and  o])eia'te tiamw.ivs   in   eonneclion   theiewith  with power to eonsti uct. opeialeand  maintain  In inch lines aifd nil  neuoss.1r.V1 budges, loads  w.ns. femes and other works,   and to build,  omii and maintain whsu\cs and  doclcs  in connection  theiewith:   nnd  with power to build.  .K'liuup   own   equip and  maintain,' steam ..lid  othei vessels and boats and  opei.ilc  the same  on anv navigable waters within  tho  Pioxlnee  and  with  powei   to  build,  ciiuip   opeialeand  maintain telegiaph and  telephone lines in connection with  thes.nd  tailway and  blanches  and to g.enei.110 elcctiKilv tot supplv of heat  light and powei nnd all and .mv othei   jiuipose  meiilioned  111  sections Ml, SI   bZ and Kiel the  ���'Watci Clauses Consolidation let IS'T.   audio  do e\eivilhuig necessat \ and 11u1de11l.il  to  the  eiiirving out of all  01   am   of the objects 10-  feiicd to 111   said  sections   and with power to  e.xpiopnate lands foi the pin poses of the Companv   and fo aciiuiie lands, bonuses pnvilegts  01 oilier aids lioin am   (ioM'intnenl   municipal  roipoi.it ion  01 othei pi 1 sons or bodies, and to  lei v and inihil tolls from nil othoi  panics  using   and  on  all Height ]).issing ovei anv of  such     loids     iailwa\s     tiamw.ivs   'femes  whaiies and \essels owned 01 opei.ued b\   the  Coinpan\     and  with  powei' to ni.iUe triillle or  othei ariangernenis with  i.ulwa\.  steamboat,  01   othei  companies,   and  foi   all other usual,  neccssan orincidenl.il lights, powetsoi puvi-  leges in that behalf.  Dated at ICasIo  13  C   this I'Hh dav of October A   U    WOO.  WlIIDALl-EK i MAItTIN  Solicitors for the Applicant;  NOTICE.  Notice is heieln irni'ii thai aiiplication will  Lo uiailc lo the Legislaliiic uf ihe I'lcmiue of  Ulitish Coliiinhia at its next Session loi all Act  to liuoipm.itc an association to be linoun as  i- Till! IlKITIill COLI7MIS1A AlIN'INO  ASSOC1 VTION' the said association being  rounded fm the billowing puipnses, ,naniely.  First, to iiioiuete the aits and sciences connected wilh the economical pioduc tiou of \alii-  uble mliieials aud uieials by menus of meetings  for (lie iiading and discussion of technical  papcis .uiilj the siihsei|iient distribution of such  inloi unit Ion as iii.i v be giilued thiough the  meibuin of publication Second, the establishment of.ircnli.il iefei"iice tibial 1 and a llc.id-  ���luuiteisloi III''pin pose of this nigani/iition  'I'll I ul. to take conceited action upon such  ma tiers as .ilTccl the mining and inetallui'gicil  liiiluslilcs ol the I'ioviiicc nf lliitish Columbia  11ml lo eiicouiage and pioinote ihese industries  bvall lawful and honourable means.  liati'd al Kosshind 11. C. Deceuibei l.'ilh.  p.u III  DALY .V HAMILTON.  Solicitors for applicants.  NOTICE.  T.i Ice notice that lb lily d.ijs fi 0111 the date  heieot 1 Intend to apply to the Uonoiirable the  Chief Coininissionei of Lands aud Works foi a  spcclnI license to cut and cmrv away timber  Iroin the follow ing described lands' C'ominenc-  U\ti at a point at the south westconier of r.ol  :WW. O.ioup One. Fast ICooten.iy Distiicl  running thence west HO lods. thence north mi  lods, thence west mil rods, thence north 21(1  lods: thence east "JO iods. thence south tf'JO  lods 10 the place of beginning.  '  r"l>iucil at Feinie  It C  this 2fith iluv  of No  vember A   13    limn.  ol ' , f,  M. PliOCTOK  ^TTTTTTTTTTTTnTTTTnnTTnnTTTTTTTTnnmfTTTTTTnTTTTTTnTTnTTTTTTTTnTTITTTTTTrnTTTTnTTTTTTTTnQ  3  CAPITAL WANTED.    I  To Develop  The Rich. Mineral  Resources Of  South East Kootenay.  Partially Developed,  And Undeveloped Copper  And Silver-Lead Properties  Arc Offered For Sale On  Liberal Working Bonds.  J<Y)R   KISPOIITS.    AND   INFORMATION; WRITE TO  3  3  a  3  .1  3  3  3  3  3  3  3  3  3  3  CHARLES  ESTMERE.  Kimoerley,   B.C.    ,  mkikiiikUiiuuuaiHikiiiuuuuuuauLHiUikiiuiiuuLiUuuuuULiikUiiuuiiUiiuuiiuS  ���:-S9S9S9S9e9S9��9��9S9SS��9S9S969 S9S9S9S9S9S9SSS9S9e9S9-:-  %  The PROSPECTORS3 EXCHANGE jjj  NO.   4   K.-W..-C.   BLOCK,    NELSON,   B.C.  Cold.   Sih'i-i'.Le.id 'and <'upper Mim-s wiiiileil at tin-   K.VCUA NO K.'  li'KKH   MfLLINT(J    COLD   properUos   w.mtcil   .'it  diice for KiiMeri!  Ki  ��<i;n(l  jiromisino "mineral  Canadian Pacinc  1  Railwau  soo  AND  LINE  FIRST CLASS SLEEPERS  on all trains from Revelstoke  and Kootenay Landing.  TOURIST CARS  Pass Dun 111 ore .1 miction foi'  St.' Paul on Sundays, Tuesdays,  Thursdays and Fridays. Toronto on Mondays and Wednesdays.  'Montreal andBoslon on" Salur-  days.  Same cars pass through Revelstoke one day earlier.  t For timii-tablL's. rutes tind full iiifii)'-  liiation c.ill on Oi- .iddnjhs noarest, lonil  iiiir-nt,  in vest Ol'n.  1'iirtios  !ia\inji   nimiiin   jinipurty   fur  -iik'  urc  ivqnulled  samples ol thuir oru to tin; l''.\( MIAXC! K for uxliiliition.  \Vc desirt1 to licur from   prospectors   wlio  claims in Hril.ish ('ohiinliia.  J't'Osjiuctors    and   mining   mun   iiro   rcquostcd   to   tntikc   t  CHAN(!K thuir huad(iiiartcrs when in Nelson.  All -.uinjilcs should ho sent h.v cxjiress. ]"J tlOJ 'A ID.  Correspondence MiJicitcd.    Address all conimnnicatioiis to  lie  KX-  ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER,  Telephone No.  KM.     1��. (). lto\  700.  NI.LSON, It. C.  ^^S969ttS69��969ese969e969e9e9 69��Se9e9e9��9��96969e9��9-h,  C. IS. MANSFfEl  A). AJ.L  Ii^ort Steele.  ^ KIMPTON   &   PITTS  O11 i  WINDERMERE $t DONALD  Gerteral Merchants  ���J Mining supplies a Specialty  Miners going northward via Canoe River Route will find it a large'  saving-arid convenience 1o procure their supplies at Donald.  o  ���a  SOLE AGENTS for        '"  i i i  Canton  Steel Company  Winder in ere. Golden and Donald  Mining Divisions.  the California Giant Powder Co.  Windermere  NOTICE.  H'o  O.S'Otj'K tin;   I.U'iitciiiiiil-OcnciiHii    in  Council  li.is  lii'cn  plcisisl  to  in,ike   tlii'  ri>llo\\iiij,'!iiii>ciiiitiiniiil ���  ////( ���Unviulit /'.  I'.HHI.  Uoin.ii'l'    Km,lor    ol   IVtci IhiioukIi    I'.asi  Iviiott n.iv. Ksi|iilic  M   H    tn lie .i   Oinriiici   loi  and nil hill llie I' ��� <>\ iiici' nt Hi llisli c Villi inlii.i  The Canadian Remedy for all  THROAT ASD LUNG AFFECTIONS  Large Bottles, 25 cents.  DAVIS ii I. UVHHNCE CO., Limited,  Piop's Perry Davis' Pain Killer,  Sew York. Montreal  COOOCyw.;v��i!*��'  �����CvwyyyOOOOOQ  A Horrible Outbreak.  "Of hir^o t>orcs(.iiiiin,v littl(.icliui'g'litet,'s  li'e'ii:!' iloyolopccl": into :i case of stealcl.  iioiid".: writ'ud <..'.. D. Isbill of Morg-uiitoii,  Toiiii.. hut Biu.'klcn's Arnica Salve com-  (iletely cm-ecl Jjor. It's a , guaranteed  curb for ICozema. Tetter, Salt Rheum,  Pimples, Sores. Ulcers and Piles. Only  ioc at A. \y. Bleasdell, Drug-gist.  In   the   County   Court   of Kootenay  Holden at Foit Steele, B. 0.  N'oiliu is lii iuli\ t,i\ni lli.il cm the tiltli il.iv  ol Ucjccinliei liilltlit w.is unlciid li\ .1. A l.'onn  list] . ,lud(,'U of the s.nd Couit lli.ll .l.nncs Pli-  guson AnnsH'Otif. Olllci.il Adnimisti.itoi i,l tin'  Cotinlv of lxooicn.ij bv .idimmsli.itoi' ol all and  suiifiil.il the Kcods cli.ittols ami civdit, of  I'asiiualc Vi'iinccsliini. ulias, Kianccsps. alias.  Slnmi of Tho J^oop Knilnav hnhoiiici dc-  coiised, intestate  li\ery peison indclJteil to the said dec cised  is leiiunod to maKi )i.imikiil Imtliwiili m the  undei signed.  Ij\eiy iieison h,i\ ui^r Hi lHissi s ion i lUi is �� -  loiife'inir to the dcceasi'd is Hijinud lull), i ��� >  lo notily the uncU'isi^ircd  Evet v cieditoi oi otln i pi ison li.i1 i �� .in  cl,urn upon <>> niti'K si nMIn disn il" mm o'ill  personal estate of [lie s ud dici asi'd is n .[nip d  within lhnl.\ d.ijs ot this date lo si ml l;.\ ii i_is-  torcd letief. ii'ddressi'd to the, iindoi'.sii.'iicd. his  mime mid 'address and the full particulars of  his claim or interest, inid a statumeiit. ���nf his  account, and the nature of the sccurii,.<)/(if aiiy)  hclilby liini.  After the expiration of the said liiiri.v days  the Administrator will pro.'.ecu witii-Lin: .li.-.iri-  butiou of /the estate liaviin,' regard,' to thoso  claims only of which he shall have had notice.  Dated'm. I.'"ort Steele' thislifh day.df .Inmiary  100,1.  !', .1AM1CS i'MiltOUSON. AK.USTKONl.S.  ���    "   ,   '      .���Olllclul Ac.niinisti'iUor.  , ���   �����'' ���   '''-..'������'��� I'oit Steele, li. C. I  Notice is licicln f,rnon that applic.it.ion will  ho made lo the Lcsjisiume Assembly of lliitish  Columbia at its nex_t session foi an Act to m-  coipoiate the 'Kootenay Cenltal [{iuln.iv  Coinp.nn, with powet io eoiistiuci equip op-  eiate and iii.iinl.iiii a line or Railway, of stand-  aid en am othei iiiuisc to be opeiated by  sicain clLctiK'it\ or any othei.'powei lot the  caning ot lieiKlit nnd passennets  1 FIUST ���-l.'ioni l.'url Steele to IllUo oi some  othoi comeinenl poinl ��n IhoCiow sNestKinl-  wuy between lOIKo and W.udner thence on  either the Kast oi West side ot Wikwiiiu rner  or bi the most convenient route lo the Inlei-  nat.ion.il lioundaiy Nine  SKCONI) l-'inin l''oit Steele lo Windeimeie  liycMthei tin J'lasi oi West side ol the Ixoote-  mi\ hut tlK'iiei to llie KiiMi ol (.iolden on the  main llneol the Canadian I'acitic Kailwav and  lo build and opei.no ii.nn��.i\s in coniieciio:i  Iheiewill'i villi powei lo eoiisliuct opet.ue  and maintain blanch lines and all necossaiy  bndKOs mads. wa\s fei i les and otliet 'woiUs.  and to build own and maintain ulini\es aud  doclcs in coiiiiection theiewith and with powoi  lo build .iLi[iiii( and maintain steam and othei  \ossels and boats and to opeiate the same on  ill.! ICooien i\ liivei' I mni the Intel national  Ilouiul.uv as f,u .until as the said nvoi m.ii be  oi nia\ he made n.n liable  \lso to authoi i/e the said Kootenav C'ential  Kailwa\ Compain to build cijmp opci.nc and  maintain li lejiiaph .'"<' telephone lines in connection with said tailway and blanches and to  lOiiici.ilc (locliuilv foi the supply ol heat  liltlit and pouei and foi .ill and e\or\ othei  puipose nuntioiii d in Sections SO M SJ and M  ot the Watet Clauses Consolidation Act of  ls'ir   and to do e\ei \ thinj,'iiecessiiiy and mci-  di.iii.il  io the ciiiMiiK  out of all ii\ort)ii;  objn is i (lei icd to in said sen ions  Also to nnist said Compjn\ with powei to  c \piopi late lands loi the pui poses ol the C'niu-  piii.\ .uul to ac 1)11110 lauds bonuses pnvilCKCs  oi otiier aids lioin an\ t.cnei mneiil iMiinic ipal  I'm pui 11 ion oi nihil poisons oi hodi"s -Also  io h % \ a id i oili c t lolls tioin all panics usinj,'  an 1 on .ill height passing o\ci any ot such  inds i,ul\.i\s tianiw.ns foiins whancs  and Mssels owned oi opeiated b.\ the Compaux  and with power lo1 iiulic trai'tlc or other ar-  rriiigements w'itli railway, steamboat or other  Coini'/iiuies. and for till oilier' usual necessary  rife'lits, powers ur privileges in that behalf. ���  ,f'"urther lo empower the said Company to uc-  ijuhv and o;i;'i'.ite miiies. c'oiicentrator.s, sinuU-'  ers or I'vlincrii.s in UiO'iielflibo.rliood of or in  any part of Hi.- territory naturally tributary to  its railway,.  ���.'baled at Fort Steele, H. C'tills Nth day.of  lieci'inber. A.iD. Ii��H��.��� "    ...'       ',,...  l.'.A. IIAKVKV     |  E. .1. COYLE.  J. S. CAUTEU.  A.G.P.A.. Vancouver.  11. l'.'A.. XcKon. B.C.  MABE 'FROM  BLENDED KAF1D WhfiAT ���  CALGARY FLDUR  ���IS THE MO��T WHOLESOME  'The   Milwaukee'  A familiar name for the Oliicaoo,  Milu'tiulvee <!L St. Paul Itailway. Icnown  .ill over the Union as tlie Groat Railway I'liuniiio the "Pioneer Limited."  train.', every day and nitfht between St.  Paul and (Jhion��o. and Omaha and  Chioaoo. "'lNic only nerfect tr.iin.s in  tho world.'" Uiidc,'i'stand: Connections  are made with -lfi' Transcontinental  l-iineis. assuring to passenoers tlie best  so'r\ ice known. Luxurious, couches,  electric U^hUs. mciuu heal, of ii yerily  cqttalod hy no other line.  Sec tli.it your I iclcet reads \ i.i "Tlie  Milwjiukoc" when ��oin>r ti> any point  in tho United States or Citnadti. All  ticket aoents soil them.  For rates, pamphlets or  other  in format ion. address,  J. W. Casey. C. .J. Hduy,  Ti-.u   l'ass  Ant Oeneral Akuui.  SUA'I'TLK, WASH.     PORTLAND. OR  1 N. HANSON, |  Gene rail MercHorit  Liquor Dealer.  AND  S^ ' Manufacliurei" of allcKinds of Lumber.      A large assort.- ^3  y^              merit of sea.soT.ied Lumber and Shingles always ^  S^: ���                                                on hand. ^S  ^            DIMENSION     LUMBER     A     SPECIALTY. 55'  WflSfl,  BG.  rl"he .Most Complele TTealth Itesort on  tin- Continent of North America.  sn latcd midst Sc unci v inn lv.illcd forCliaiidein  Halcyon    Hot    Springs  Ho.miin llshiiiKQa nitarium licsidcnt I'hy-  ,v I'.xciiisions oailliai IUIII siciaiLXKuise  Halcyon Sprint's.  Arrow Lake. H. C.  In tclej,'iapliK. coinuiuiiication  xvlth all parts of the world.  Two limil's arrive and depart ciyor.v day.  Terms. $15  to SIS   per week,<according  to residence in Hotel or Villas.  Its Baths Cure all Nervous and Muscular  Diseases. Its Waters Heal all Kidney. Liver  and Stomach Ailments. ,:   .  JUST    RECEIVED  Wm. il. KOSS  ..Solicitors lor'Applicants.  READ.  THE, PROSPECTOR.  Assorted Car of Best Brands of Flour  ynd   Meals,  etc.  Flour. Patent Hungarian and Strong Baker.  Rolled Oats. Cracked WhoaC Wheatlett.-s,  Cornnieal. Buckwheat Flour,'Split Peas,  ��� Navy  Beans,   Limn Beans. Pot Barley, etc.  Bran     Chops     Sliorts     Oats     May.  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,  Butler and K.ygs.  POTATOES  .and   CARROTS  FIREWOOD all lengths to stiitall stoves.' <��� '���":  THE   FORT   STEELE  FLbUR and FEED STORE  E. C. MILLER, Prop, ietoji POST OFFICE BOX 836.  'ISP"   All. goods guaranteed and .prices also as being correct."  Send in orders. . ' THE PROSPECTOR,  FORT STEELE,  B.  0.,  FEBRUARY  Hi,  1001.  II  ���*..:  I:  I' *  Hi'  k  I  Ills-  J1?  Ft-  w>  I (���'���?���.  13*  1-3  H4  JL,**  ��flf  fl I  I ^'';  II  ��lje $Jr<r0:p��cto:i\  SATURDAY, KKIJKUAKV Hi.  1901.  ���rmmnnnmmmmnYmTWTTTnTTmwT*  |  LOCAL NEWS. |  ���Miiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiii.iimiiii^^^n^ji^Hii.-.  A number of new dead letter  offices will be established in  Canada.  A local newspaper reflect the  business interests of the town in  its advertising columns.  Government Timber Inspector  Martin has been in South East  Kootenay, and visited all the  lumber mills in the district. He  left on Tuesday for Kimberley.  Five hundred dollars will be  paid for a' pair of Mountain  Goat. Apply to Indian Agent  Galbraith.  February 14th, was St. Valentine's day, and nary a valentine.  BRITISH    GROWN  Green Teas from Geuion and India  ARE   CLEAN   AND   PURE.        JAPAN'S   ARE   COLORED  WITH WHAT?     THINK!!     If you want pure, wholesome  i / "  and economical tea, either green or black, use only  CEYLON AND INDIA  TEA.  5*  4tt  CARLIN   & DURICK  A  business man looking for a  location   always   examines   the  , newspapers to see how  his  particular line is represented.  ' The Fort Steele Flour & Peed  Store proprietor is agent for the'  Fleetwood Ceylon tea. Try it  once and you' will use no other. *  You can belt an open enemy  wid a club, but whad are1 yo'  gwine to do wid a fool friend?  K. J.   Higbye came   up from  Sheep creek on Monday.  ,   Peace on earth���or else get off  it."        '  Get your job printing done  :il  Till1: Pkosi'KGTOU oflieo.  if you have money to invest in  iniiiiiig properties, don't overlook South East Kootenay.  \ meeting of the license com0  missioners of South/ East Kootenay was hold,in Moyie on Thursday.''  On   March   1st,,   the  Nnnainio  "   Well printed stationery advcr- j Herald will   commence   publica  Uses your business.   Get i I ..done  at   Tin-: Puosi'Kctok ofhVo.  A meeting of Ihe Fori Steele  Hoard of Trade will bo held at  lheoflico of .1. A. Harvey tonight  at s p.m.  GIfNEK-AL  Fori  Steele,  Sole Agents for the  MERCHANTS  Eest  Kootenay.  Gdiitoii steel  COMPANY  F*r*of ess!��*!a I.  North Star Lodge  re i.'i s'lKKi r. n c  NO. 30.  A. F. AND A. M.       G. R. B. C.  lli'Kiilni' meetings --1st Tiii'Siluy in each  inonlli iitc-iKlH o'clock. Visitiiii; llri'llicin lire  rnidliilly mvili'il.  A. W. lli,i.ASin:i.i,. Seciciary.  This Stkki, is guaranteed to be equal lo .Jessop's  or  Firths iii all  Hawp ivOCIC Wouk'.  SOLK AlilONTN  ,1. A. Harvey   went 'to  Moyie  on Thursday on legal business.  /Provincial by-elections will  take place on February - HMh,  iiouiinaiions will take, place oa  the ltfih.  Dad Sprague came down "from  Tracy creek on Tuesday.  Mr. Charles Stevens aud wife,  of Tracy creek visited Steele on  Tuesday.  Albert Banks who is engaged  in placer mining on Perry creek,  was in town on' Monday.  Five hundred dollars  will  be  , paid   for   a   pair   of   Mountain  ,    Sheep.    Apply to Indian   Agent  Galbraith.   ,  Charles   VauBlake    was  from his ranch on Tuesday.  up  tiou as a daily paper,  Chinamen from ' Wild Hor^c  creek s>old a considerable aniouiil  of gold in Steele on   Fridnv.  L,t is reported there will be no  change in the leadership of the  Provincial House this session.   ���  Fort 'Stable will soon have a  new banlr.  The Associated Boards of  Trade are to meet in Greenwood  on Feb. "JNth.  . There are some people who  never indulge in anything bul a  Pullman vestibule train- of  thoughts.    "  George Gilpin came over from  Cranbrook on Tuesday.  ^ R. D. Mather is putting up, a  new ice house capable of holding  'L()6 tons of ice.  As   a   jag   cure   Mrs.   Carrie  Nation is not a success.  It is reported on what is consul-'  e'��?d the best of authority th'at-a  bank will bo'established in East  Kootenay, with a branch office at  Fort Steele.    -       '<V  D. McXeish.wiil open   up, the  Steele house today.  Soi.k    ACiKNTK  Crow's Nest. Goal company  Giant Powder company.  31inint>   Supplies a  Specialty.  o  AgenIs; lor'the   MASSISY    LIAIililS    CO:,  Limited.  Farming   Implements.  Ceo. S. McC'ni'lei'. ' ,|. ,\. ||m-vi>v  HARVEY & McCARTER  Httnistrrx,   tfiilirilitrx,   jXolurw*   /'((Wit,  ('iinrei/iniirrs Wc,  POUT STICK!,*:, 15. C.  it  KKV1CLSTOKK STATION'mni OOLIHSN '  COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.  W. H.noss. ' II. \V. IfKIIUIIMKK  ROSS& IIERCHMJBR.  Barristers   ' -      -'   'Solicitors  NOTARIES PUBLIC  CONVEYANCERS. . .  -     Fort  Steele,   P.   G  FARM  I'OR  SALK  Charles Finch   the ' Kimberley  .mill man was in town Friday.  Coiisiitiii" nf 2s:i iu;ri's nf 1i(>t Idin hmil  iiino inilcr- north west ol Koi'1 Steele; on  llie 'Kootenay Itivor. Title perfect.'-  Peuoed. ihwlliii" lioiibC, stable, cattle  sheds, root, Iioiim.'. etc. Vov particulars  apply to P. A. I5AU0. I*. O. I'.ox No.  S10. b\>i't Steele, li. C.  Wlaks your livlner in your own homo  easily���at your leisure! We have a  new and profitable plan. Write us.  .son.! yuiir.idilrLSSuu post cinl.lmlUeM III lend you p.u I It'll.  Imp.   l1Lui'U/a!>>.M>iL'AlKI'IJi!|it. C. 130 VoiifoSt.,Toronto.  A&cnls    Wanted  H.,B. Haines, A. D. Parker,'  Cranbrook, were in town on  Saturday last.    '  i ' a  t, - ������ M ���.���. ���  - AVe know our business.    It is  going to he a   "hot  time   in   the  old' town when the Strnthcona's  (.return. ? �� . "  HomeWork- profitable-congenial���  ���������y-on new plan. Be your own  workmaster In your own home!  ����ii(l T0ur4jdr��l3on |n..tc��r.] ami we wlll.eli.l rim lurtlcu  tut.   Morn's SrnmcAH, U.jil.C. IJ0Von����.St.. lonmto.   >  E. C. Smith, M. P. P., is  making a tour of the district before leaving for Victoria.  ���We hear much pt what the C.  P.' R. has done for bJast and  West Kootenay; and but little of  what the Kootenays have done  for theC. P0 R..'  .Croups. Coujjh.s and Colds are all  quickly cured by' Pysiy-Balsam. ll,  lessens; the couo-h "almost instantly, and  euros' readily tlie most obstinate cold.  Manufactured   by   the   proprietor-.ol  I'ei'i'v Davis' Pain-Killer. ,    ���  �� .    ���   .      , fa  Keep your eyes on Fort Steele.  Constable Barnes went, to  Fcnie on Thursday.,  Ontario is.goina1 to vole 'upon  prohibition.  East Kootenay Stock. .  Crow's N'c^t Coal -J.70 a-lc.   tiiifbid  Xori.h .Sisir! y  ' SS  Sullivan  ...       ]:U  b Silver-lead Quotations.'  Bar .Silver.. / '"     (iH  Mexican dollars '.;   . \. "        ^7^'  Lead1 ..v '   ,>   4.:!7^  Coppoi-  .- '    i(i.d2J  Complete Life "of Queen Victoria  jsknt uooic ��� .  '' '    lilWT TI0RAr.Si  Oiitlil. Mailed on Ucoeijit of i.'i cents.  A ti dress = "'  ,.   '   S. a. milijok & cq.,  Portland, Ore., U.S.A.  Home Work.  We must, have at once a number-of reliable persons and  lamilies in this locality to work .  v lor, us whole or spare time,  (lood wages pa id. No canvass-  in��-.    Write for position today. .  .People's Syndicate Dept. A:  i:!0 Young,.Street.      TORONTO. Out.  X.    BOB  LANDS and MINKS  Q      NOTARY   PUBLIC   '  COMMOTIONS (,'ivi'ii I'UOMI'T ATTENTION  Fort Steele,      - B. C.  l-'oicr Ntkixi: Dhviimii'mcn'tSyniiicati: Tj'ri'  " t  UWI.PsiilGiiliitll Slii'.'t. I.uiiiliiii, ljni;]iiii(I.  ' > a  N. A. WALLINGER, (      FORT STEELE.  POST OPI-'ICK HON S.  THOMAS    McVITTlF,  R.Iw.S.   A:   C.E.  i      ���   ���   '  Fort Steele B.C.   ,   "  '  ��� Don't ni ind because you broke  your promise,. and did not pay  your subscription last' year; we  are ready to leceive it today, or  auy day that you are in town.  Sleighing is good all over the  district.  Prices are holding very lirm in  Hour, milling goods, with strong  tendency to advance, so'the proprietor of the Fort' Steele Feed  Store advises us. This is, therefore, a good time to purchase  your winter supply., He has just  completed a full stock of flour,  meals and breakfast foods. -  It was snowing on Friday.  E. C. Smith. M. P.'P. was in  Cranbrook on Wednesday, and  Moyie on Thursday.  , The Pkospkctok "'devil" was  discharged for eating dates.  " Captain John  McDonald,   Ma-  cleod. is visiting at Fort Steele.  If you want all of the mining  news of South East Kootenay,  you must subscribe for, and read  Tin-: Prospector.  Death of T. T.  McVittie, Sr.  Mr. Thomas McVittie, received  word on Tuesday of tho death of  his father, cMr. T. T. McVittie.  of Barrie. Out., had died on Feb-  rua ry 6th.'  R. L. Bordon M. P.. was  chosen leader of the parliamentary party in the House of Commons.  A newspaper is> a bird's-eye  view of all the magnanimity and  meanness, the joys and sorrow,  birth and deaths, the pride and  poverty of the world.  Hon. Mr. Brodeur was elected  speaker of the House of Commons.  M. A. Beale and C. .1. Cann  returned from Moyie on .Saturday last.  D,   McNeish  was  in   town on  Monday. ^  The local legislature of Nova  Scotia has been summoned to  meet on February Nth.  Walter Wilson, Kimberley was,  a visitor lit Steele on Sunday  last.  A. B. Femvick and wife, and  Mrs. F. DeRosier came up from  tho ranch on Wednesday.  W. H'. Millman, Toronto, was  registered at the Imperial on  Tuesday.  Colouel Henderson and wife  visited Fort Steele on Wednes-'  day.  The partnership hitherto existing between Messrs. Ross and  Herchmer wilh ulh'cos at Fort  Steele and Fornie has been dissolved by mtiiual consenl.  Now ih the time lo pay your  .-subscription, and Tun Puos-  TECTOR man will be pleased 1o  give you a receipt for the same.  All conditions appear to favor  a large and rapid development  of onr mines'during the coining  vear.  Win. Dawson, who went out  with ihe StraUicona Horse, re-  tnrned to Fort Steele on Friday  last  The ice harvest is completed.  li. P. Cooke has cut and stored  over   lfiOO   tons,   for   the   hotel  A.  15. ('���rucQ iiiiiilc   ,-i   business  trip lo Moyie on Thur.sdaw  Superintendent    (;.    .J.     Bury  keepers and merchants of Steele,   went east on Thursday lo Fernie    ;it is said that the ore   shipments   , . ,      i I will be largely inorea-,o(|  A   Physician   is   nut always ul hand. ! ��    v  Guard yourself ayainiit- sudden eou-rhs  and eohls by keeping- a bottle of Pain-  Killer in the bouse. Avoid substitutes,  there is but one Pain-Killer. Perry  Davis'.   2ue. and 50c.  Malcolm Mclunes the Cranbrook Butcher, .returned from  Macleod on Thursday.  ,   Mining Notes..  - JRossland   ore" shipments   for  the past week amounted to 7,81.4  Ions.  The mineral areas of the Fort  Steele Mining Division, extend in  every direction from. Fort Steele.  The coal fields in this district  are the largest on the American  continent.  A number of strong mining  companies will be operating hei:o  next season.  A recent report from Montreal  is to the effect that .representatives of the Big Chief Mining  Co.. will be here early in'the  spring to make arrangements  for future work on the property.  A. Deniers, representing the  Dupont Mining Company, in  company with a mining expert  will visit the Dupont mine as  early as the season will permit,  to examine the properly and ascertain the best mode of working the same. At the present  the company seem to favor development by means of a diamond drill.  The Eldredge  $50.00  the Belvidere  ��  $40.00  'Superior to all others irrespective  ' of price.   Catalogue tells you "  wliy.   Write for one.  NATIONAL SEWING MACHINE CO.,   J  339 BROADWAY.  New York.  Factory,  BELVIDERE, ILL.  ALWAYS KEEP ON KA:>3 ^  Jcm-Miti  ei.  *&  5*  THERE IS K3 KINO OF PZIV. OR ;���'  1 AJHE, INTERNAL OR ET.TEl'.tt^l, &  ''THAT PAIN-KILLER WILL NOT RE '  > L1EVE.  LOOK OUT FOR IMITATIONS AND SUB- '  STITUTES. THE GENUINE BOTTLE'1  DEARS THE NAME,  PERRY DAVIS & SON.  Douglas   Cor&aji  UfM-MD.) ���      '  OFFICE -KivcrsMc Avoiiuu.  Ne.vt Door to Hleusdell^s Drtu/ Store'.  GRASSICK   &   DEMPSEY.  coNrri?Ji croKS  ,   AND  BUIiyUBltS.  Fort   Steele   B.C. ��  Bridge at Wasa.  The bridge at Wasa is rapidly  approaching completion. The  pieces are in position and the  trusses are being erected. It is  expected that the bridge will be  completed in lliroo week.  A Recruiting- Station.  Captain Ferry Fall, recruiting  officer for, (he Hade.n-Fowell,  Soulli African Folice, will eslab-  lish a recruitiii" office at Fort  Steele, about the-Tit h of Febru  ary. Ca.pfaiu Fall will enlist all  a.pplicaiifs 'that are physically  able to pass the approval of. the  recruiting officer.  St. John's Church of England.  Services will be held in the  Church of St. John the Divine  every Sunday evening at 7:!l0.  Strangers are welcome.  PltKSIJYTIORIAiV  CllliltUII.  Chr'istian service will bo conducted in the I'rosbylorian  Church by I bo Pastor Kev. D.  McK. Ivoid. B. A. every Sabbath  evening a.t 7:.'!<l. Sunday School  at. - ]). in.  All are welcome to our services.  How to Do It.  This is an age of advertising. Have ,. you all the  business yon can attend  io'f Would you make an effort  to accommodate more patrons if  you could secure thorny Are you  interested in anything thai.'with  a, small investment, would briny  your business more in touch wi h  the people of South Kast K'( ole  nay and thus largely increase  your trade. IT so, why not,  place an advertisement in Tin-:  Pkospkctok. IJusiiie-ss U business wherever we liud il, and  there is no reason why a little  advertising in South Kast Kootonay should not be advantageous  lor you.  SUBSCRIBE.  FOR'' '-������ '���������   | ���   ���   ;  THE PROSPECTOR..   '..���'..  NOTICE, c  Noiicc is hoieby s��on that application  will be niiiilo to the l'lti-liiiiiicni of Canml-.i  at lis next session for an act lo in-  corpoinic llie 'Ivouloiiny Central Ifaihva.v  Company." wiili power to ebnsti-uct, equip, operate and maintain a line ol Kailwuy. of sluiiil-  :iul or any other giuiKC. to be operated by  steam, electricity or :n y other, .power for the  mm lit; of lieitrlit and p.i.ssen;,'eis.  FIKST:���From Fort Steele lo Kllto or .some  other convenient point on the Crow's NetaKail-  w��y between Kll;o and Wardner thence on  either the IC.ist or We.st side of Wigwam river,  or by the mo-,t convenient route lo the International lionndaiy Line.  SKCON13:���From Fort Steele to Windermere  by either the ICast or West side of the Kootenay river: ihcnce lo the town of Oolden on ihe  main line ol the Canadian Facillc Ituilwiiy. and  to build and operate tramways in connection  therewith, with power to construct, operate  and maintain biaiich lines and all necessary  In idtfo.s. roads, ways fen ies and othei' works,  ami to Millrt. own and maintain wharves nnil,  docks in connection therewith, and with power  lo build, acquire and maintain steam ami other  Missels aud limits, and to operale the same on  the Koolen.iv Iflcci- lioin the International  lidiindnry as lai uorih as ihc said river may be  or may be made navigable.  Also to a.uihoi i/.e the said Kootenay Central  li.tlh\a.\ Company to build, eiiuip. opcinlc and  niaiiitaiu telegraph and tclcphonc'liucs in cou-  iiecliini with said tailway and blanches, and to  ��cneiate I'lecti icily lor the supply <n heat,  li^ln ami powei. and lor all and every oilier  purpose mentioned in Sections Sil, HI, S-J and W  nt llie "Water Clauses Consolidation Act ol  l.slir" ami to do everythlni,' necessary and incidental to the c.irryinn out ol all orany of the  objects lelcrred to in sniJ section1..  Also to Inwst s.ud Company with power to  e.\piiipriale lands for the pui poses of the. Company, and to aciiuii-o lands, bonuses, privileges  or other aids from any CJovcrnmont. Municipal  Coipoiailon. nr other poisons or bodies.���Also  to le\y and collect tolls liom all parties usiii",'.  and on all Irriulit, passiiiK over any of such  roads railways, tramways, lorries, wharves  and \e.ssels owned or operated lij the Company  and wiili power to m.iku tralllc or other nr-  i.ilinements with railway, steamboai or other  Compauii's. and lor all other usual necessary  i iKhts. powi i.s or privileges in that behalf.  Fui'llier to empower the said Company to iic-  itune and operate mines, concentrators, smelters or i elinei'ius in the nei^'liboi hood ol or in  iinv part ol the territory uatui.illy irlbutary to  its railway^.  Dated at l.'orl Steele. II. C    this Nth day ol  I'ecember. A. I). MKIil  I   A. HAKVKV     /  Wm   U. UOSS        I  Shaving $? Hair Dressing Parloi  Next to Oriental Hotel  FORT    STEELE, 8. C.  All kinds of hair work  , -   a specialty.  A.J  GREZ,   -. -   Proprietor  Solirilnrs loi* A|)])H(Miits.  ^:^^D!F;:CHEAPEB^^:''  lilliiiltiiui  1 BU^BETjlfeR THAN AM 9lm  U.  COHN  TAILOR  AND IMPORTER OV  FINE WOOLLENS  Rocky Mountain Avenue  ' Fort Steele, B. G.  T. G/flrmstrono'  Kokt Stioioi.k, li. C.  MANUFACTURER   OF '  Tinwa,re, Calva.ni/.od Iron, Sheet  Iron,   Stove  Pipes  alnd  Coppei'waro  BUILDINGS HEATED and VENTILATED  Plumbing,  Pipe,   fitting and   all  kinds of sanitary work  flir Tifjlit���Hot Blast Stoves  Hydraulic   and   Air   Pipes   for  Mines  SPKC1AI".   ATTENTION   PAID    TO  JOB   WORK.  GEARY   &  DOYLE.  Subscriptions are now due.  Livery, Feed & Sale Stable.  l-'ort Steele  H.C  llc��iilnr   Daily   Kluoi.   inocN  till  trains ill KortSlijolo.Itiiiet.ion.  SADDLE & PACK : HORSKg"  TEAMING OF ALL KINDS A SPJiCIALTY'  1 V.,r��

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