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 ���A-<i  l   *��� V  JfeTHE PROSP3CTOK II.'s iSl.i:>'-.  ar- ;'  .'ft .\i'i'fiiN'i*i:ii  i in-; ori'iciAi.  ���*  * !��  if"' '   #  i* GOVERNMENT   GAZETTE     *  * *  * w  Ur Vol Sotltll J'l.l���L liooii-iiav.           '?  UK ���                                   *  3RS--{.-&**'��*>���>���.��-'k&#��*:^-***��-��<6-  -jft '                                                            *  A *  */    THE   PROSPECTOR   CON'-    *  ���0-  .- :-,-J3L"~ \'"��-     <*  :;p.  <; TiCES AI!D CI'.'iJ T.1E  �� LATEST TELEGRAPHIC  AND LOCAL NEWS.  *    *  ���#   a ��  r- ��-  Voi. <5.  BORT  STBBLB,  B. C. SATURDAY, UBCBMBBR 23, 1899.  No .57.  New Advertisements To-aay.  IC Sin.tll. Cr.iiilu'ooli. ..  MuVlUii: & HuuMitsuii.  .V- Mutinies .fc.C'o   North Sur Hoii.se   Iluuli Wiitt, M.l> .  .  IMW  "   - S  v  The Dupont.  The tunnel in tho Dupont is  now in 1-112 feet aud the crosscut  ;-57 foot. Iti ���running' tho crosscut il was ascertained that the  , ledge was tii'teen feet wide. The  ���work, will now he directed to  morning on lhe lodge. As the  ���work progresses the values increase. '  '  , '_.     Z   Mining: Notes.       "  The   North    Star    mi no    will  * .-shortly bo  ef]nipped  with  a  o-  driil iiir compressor.  This machinery has been ordered and  will  * ho on the  ground  earlyv in  tho  year. ,,  Word has been  received  that  .- ji' body of solid ore 27i feet thick  has been uncovered in Iho North.  Sun1.  "      A.  T.   Caldwell  sent down  a  ���winter's supply of provisions to  ���Ailio Old Abo claim on Bull river.  He will work  six   men  i'or   the  present.  Carl Neifzel  has  disposed   of  'liis interest in lhe Aurora'group  t)i mines on the west side of the  lake and'has gone lo Spokane lo  '.-spend the winter. =  * r A miner's union has been organized in Moyie with a membership of seventy-one.   "  ,; A total of '3,0-AS  tons  of ' ore  A hare been slurped from  Slocan  lake points during the year.  .  "Work   is  progressing  on lhe  1^. 'Kstella. ii small   force   being, at  into the night bare footed and  in scant attire. He was fully  imbued with the idea that he  must kill another deer. His companions worked with him until  daylight, when he fell asleep.  Dad Sprague says it was a "remarkable case.  Another deer story is told, this  time on Charlie Armstrong. In  company with George Geary. Al.  .Jones and William Langley, lie  went down to Sand creek on a  deer hunting expedition. On the  afternoon of their arrival Charlie  straggled out through the snow  but did not get a deer, aiid came  The School Entertainment.  Those who failed to attend the  entertainment given by the  pujnls of the Fort Steele school  on Thursday night, missed a  treat. The entertainment was  excellent in every particular. R.  L. T. Gaibraith, as chairman of  the board of trustees, acted as  master of ceremonies, as  a   con-  moumed Northwest police, about  an equal number from the permanent corps'and the remainder  recruited from former mounted  policeman,' cowboys and other-  branches' of the militia. The  contingent will comprise about  1000 officers and men and will  sail from Halifax.  Tho     name     of     Lieutenant  THE SECOND CONTINGENT  Where   It  and  sequence there were,  no  tedious Colonel Evans, now on   his  ������resent   employed   in   develop-  \) '.jant.   -'        ,    * '    '   '     '''''"'  . 'The Big Chi.of  force .has*not  .. vet been increased, but in a. short  Ac time there will bo  from   ten  to  I' iifteen men employed  At the Chickamun   Stone  the  in tired out with carrying 2"i0  pounds of adipose, and after  playing cards a while wentr tq,  bed: , Wlien the party started  out in the morning Charles did  not go The following morning  ho .sti 11 refused" to get up. preferring blankets to snow. Later  in the day another party came in  and said he wished he had a gun.  Armstrong replied that he would  sell his and that it was a fine  shooting gun. To test its capabilities he made a target and  started to put it oil a tree about  li'." yards away. While going to  the tree he punched" a hole  through the_bulL\s-. eye, stuck .it  on the tree. The man lireel at it.  Charles .walked deliberately to  tho tree, took" down target, and  said '-by Ginger you have hit the  bull's eye', while the fact was  he had not hit the tree, at all.  The gun changed hands and  Charles started for home. ' Geo.  Geary says you could riot hit" a  Mock of barns with Hhat ,gun.  antV'Charlos had said lie would  not fire that gun , again for all  tho ���, deer in tho. Rocky-Mountains, because he .knew that it  was about as dangerous at" the  breach as at the muzzle, as was  evinced by cuticle which had  been dislodged from his nose and  lingers"  during   the   lirst   days  waits.     The programme was a  varied one consisiling of  recitations,     songs   , aud    dialogue.-.,  which   were  all   well   rendered.  The children' gave evidence  of  careful training by their teachers.    Itwoukhbe'a  pleasure   io  go into the'details of the  entertainment,,but lack of space pro-  vents: .besides it would be manifestly unfair   to   selecti any   one  for special, mention when all did  so well.     li  is to be hoped that  the teacher will see to it that en  tertaiumenls     are     given    frequently.  wav  to Ottawa from 'the Yukon, is  .mentioned asa likely to go in  command.  '    Band Benefit Ball.    <  The ball last evening  for  the  benefit of ihe Fort"Steele  Brass  Band, al the Holol Windsor, was  Will    Be   Recruited  Concentrated.  ���   London, Dec. I'-J.���There  still  is  no   definite   news   regarding  military operations in South Africa, probably because  the only  cable now   working   is  crowded  with official   dispatcher.     Gen.  Bul.'or's    ci-amli'y    lj-.i   a!    the  battle of CoieiiMO.  which., is just  published.   Show.-, 1-1 ."i were killed,  710  wounded,   and   rli'7   described    as    missing-���of    these  about  forty  are   known   to   be  prisoners.     General Roberts demands that native British Indian  cavalry should be employed.  Ottawa, Dec.   i'i.���A 'military  don have volunteered for service-  in South Africa.      Two-thirds of  the  Inns  of   Court   volunteers,  eomposed of barristers and solicitors,   have    likewise'   tendered  their services.  , ���tvork is  being  prosecutqcl .with j shooting. ��� Tho other  boys  said  ii'reat  vigor,   and   before  .many  weeks  shipments  will   be   coin-  ,J menced.  Jay P. Graves announces  that  $ ii -10-drilI compressor will be  installed ' on   the    Old    Ironsides,  Knob Hill and other mines-own-  **/ did by his company in fhe Boun'd-  0 iiry  creelc  country.      Tho   now  fS   plain  will  bo  in   operation   by  July-Isl.  The War Ifiaglo company have  instituted a suit against the  James Cooper Manufacturing  Company and tho Canadian Geu-  -oral Electric Company foi",_tho  iilleged failure ol tho electric  hoist *>;id*air compressor, also  .against Ihe West Kootenay Power it Light Co. Tho total  amount involved in I hose suits is  ,-?:{! ii, WtJ>. :;:���:.  A year ago it was expected  that during Iho pasl year the  iSlocnn would double ils output,  ,-vi.ys the Nelson Tribune. Thanks  'o tho efforts of lhe labor agitators, the freight returns of the  C. P. R. alone in that district  show a falling off of S.42il^ tons  of inward and outward bound  freight during Iho past six  i*.(   months.  5  they came homo loaded down  with door, but the Rambler has  no evidence of tho fact.  For  the   preservation   of   its  stock of liquors  during  tho recent cold snap, tho committee of  tho club placed them in the cold  storage   of\ Mclnncs  old    meat  market. ^  Nothing was hoard of  thorn for a couple of days.   Monday   afternoon,    just     as     the  shadows jvoro lengthening there  were  two  or  throe  distant   reports in the  cold   storagev    No  attention was paid to it,  but on  "Wednesday morning there was a  regular fusilado.    The secretary  of the club was noli lied, aud  on  opening   the   door    corks    and  pieces of bottles were slrown all  over fhe place.     Fortunately the  bottles destroyed had   contained  soft dr'mles and  claret       If  tho  whiskey  had   been stored there  Ilio loss would have boon   appalling.  ,     �� Cost of the Bi itish Navy:  An English writer, witlra love  for figures, has been computing  Ihe aggregate money "value of  that colossal institution the British navy. , Going back to' the  beginning of the century' he  rinds that the lleet .was then  worth barely *10.(i0li,o0u. or$f>0.-  000,000���very little more than  the sum that is to spent this year  on entirely new war vessels.  Since the passing ,of the Naval  Defence act in I8j)y the amount  expended^ on the building of  British warships is close ou  ��.'JU0.000,000: if other expenditure in connection with the navy  is taken into account tho total  would bo nearer $*00,000,000.  Keeping, however, strictly to  the vessels at present, oil the  effective' strength of i,he navy,  the total of lhe, 48(5 warships is  i'.-)00,OO0,0OO. Of tho huge total  the (>4 battleships, costing S2(JU,-  (100.000, make up nearlv half,  the nexl m order being the 119  protected cruisers, with a total  cost of SU.VSii.OOO. The only  other eight-figures cost is that of  the 22 armored cruisers, on  which tho Government expense  is sr>��.0:).-*..00q. It will be thus  seen that the armored cruisers  cost more than a third as much  as live times as many, protected  one of tho most enjoyable  social  events of the season. The, hall I bulletin issuer! tonight gives"full  was tastefully decorated with details of a ��� regiment to bo or-  bunting and evergreen.     There gauized   as   Canadian   Mounted  Loyal British Ready for War.  , Sydney, Dec. 111.���-The government bf New Zealand has decid-  d to send u lield hospital corp1*  and a battery of artillery to  Soyth Africa, in addition to the'  mounted contingent.  London, Dec. i'0.��� Tin* British,  second class cruiser Iris will convey General Lord Kitchener  from Egypt to the Capo. ,She  has been1 ordered to nt earn at Hi  knots. '    '  were about h'fty^ couple present,  and the dancing was continued  until a late -hour. The supper  was excellent, tho 'music exceptionally good, and everyone who  attended report having had a  splendid���time.'  North Star IiOdg-e,,No. "30.    ��  At the'.last regular meeting of  the North Star Lodge.   No.   30,  A. F. and A.  M..   the  following  officers were elected for  the  ensuing year:  Bro. Procuniei  ';     McVittie,  ���'     Golf  '      -     Bleasdo-U,  Installation 'of officers will take  place on St. John's Day., Dec.  f?7tln-after which a supper will  be held ill the Windsor. Tt i.s  hoped that masons "will turn out  in force. - .   *  W. M.    ,   .  ���S. A.'  . .). W.  Soc.-Treas.  Rilles, and the squadron will  b6  divided ihto'A, R and C, and'the  batteries into C.   D  and   E,   and  A squadron,  Mounted   Rilles  be  divided into four troops.     First  and ' second   be  concentrated  at  Toronto, the third at  Montreal,  and fourth at Halifax. N. S.     B  squadron first troop be  enrolled  at Winnipeg;   and ' concentrated  at Winnipeg. .  Second troop enrolled  at  Portage   La   Prairie.  Brandon,.Virdeu. Yorkton,   and  concentrated at Winnipeg.    The  third troop enrolled   at   Reg in a  and    concentrated    at   JRegina.  Fourth troop enrolled at Moose-,  jaw and Regina. and concentrated at Regina.     C. squadron first  troop enrolled at Prince Albert.  Ballleford and Regina, and concentrated   aU Regina.     Second  troop enrolled atMooseniin.  Quo  Appolle, and*.Regina;   and  concentrated,' at." Reeina."   " Third  -���License Commissioners  Meeting  At the recent mooting  of  tho (troop    enrolled;!;, at  Lefhbridge.  Big Chief Mines Limited.  The LJig Chiof Minos   Li mi tod  has just boon organized   in Montreal for lhe purpose of developing    the  'Big  Chiof   irroup   on  Bouldercreek.     Tho capital  ol'  the( now'company    ics   &">mO.(JUO  divided   into  Ti.OOO.OOO shares ac  a  par  value  of  10  cents .each;  l,r>00,000 , shares   " have     been-  placed in the' treasury  tho  pro-  coeds of which  will   be  devoted  to dovolopmeint. i  The foregoing  is  the  substance  of  a letter received from Montreal a few days,  ago:     The   property ' will     be  equipped with   machinery   from  James  Cooper  it ( Co.   and, the  Rand Drill Company.   Tho work  of development will commence at  once. '        ,  cruisers. These totals do not  include the vessels now iu progress. ��    ���  The  B,ambler.  George Shire of Tracy creek,  accompanied by Walter   Wilson,  F)   went on u. doer*hunt a   few  days  ���igo, with the result that George  killed -throe.and Walter.one..     It  Avas Walter's  first  deer.'and   he  'was pc.rfeet.ly cool and..solf-pos-  fi jsessed, apparently, when ho fired  Ait-he 'fatal shot, but after retiring  t'or the night he was taken with  0i attack of buck fever.      So se-  was'tho   attack' -thitt  oi'di-  A Card.  Robson it Rogers desire lo extend their thanks to tho Fort  Steele public for their generous  patronage during the past year.  It will be their aim iu the future  as in the past to caler to tho  needs of the people, and tlley  hope for a, continuance o  generous, support which  boon accorded them.  A Youthful Fighter.  The lji-yoar-old sou of Commandant Cronje of the Transvaal  army fights at his father's side.  The only son of Mynheer Wol-  marans and two sons of'State  Secretary Roil/.. Judge Kock.  ex-Judge Essoin, and several  sons of members of the Capepar-  li'imont, are fighting on. tho  Boor side. One prominent colonist at Paarl has .">7 relatives wilh  the republican forces.  License Commissioners  held   in  Cranbrook- last week, Iho following licenses wore granted:   Goo.  Hoggarth, Elko; A. Mul/.. Tracy  Creek-: Archie Chadwick-. Marysville: J. E. Stone,'Cranston:  N.  Hanson.     Wasa:    .lames    Ryan.  Joyce   Bro's.,   E.   Small. ' L."   13.  Vandecar, T. Forest, Fori Steele  Mercantile'Co.,   Cranbrook:    D.  McNoish.    11.     I).    Mather,    H.  Drew.    William   Stewart.    Fort  Steele: IX Griltith. "Wild  Horse:  F. McMahon.   G.   Campbell.   V.  Desaulnier, C.  Kaufman.   F.   A.  Frith. Movie: James M. Carroll,  J. L. Gates. H.   Drew.   T.   Wcl-  maii. Kimberley:   George  Johnson. Fernie; Woodford & Roland,  .'I. Berkman. Wardner.  lhe  has  Great -Enterprise.  Last week The Pko.si'I'XJTok  gave a list of stamp mills in operation.in the vicinity of Sump-  tor, Oregon: [It lias since been  learned that several of the largest are located from terA'to tliirty  iniles from Surnptor. The town-  site company is evidently asVori-  lary sedatives had no effect upon j terprising as the -Herald, who  iiis nerves. Finally Dad. Sprague claini tho. mines ��� on Wild Horse,  .vas compelled to tie him in bed! Bull, river aiid Tracy as being  o keep  him, from  rushing  out I tributary to Craubrpok.  t;:re  Why the Pope Refused.  It is said tha*. Ihe Pope   refused,   though  stronglj'   urged,' to  adopt an attitude unfavorable to  Great Britain   in   South   Africa,  for two reasons.    First, because  the   Unilod    Kingdom    did    no  wrong   to  the   Roman   Catholic  Church,   and   secondly,   booause-  tho adoption by   tho   Vatican   of  an   anti-British   attitude   might  easily proven!  expected English  conversions to Roman   Catholicism.;- His,Holiness' decision was  eminently     prudent'   from '  his  Church's point: o'f view.  A Regiment of Picked Men. '.  - Ottawa, ��� OnlA DcoZ 1.9. ��� The  second ' contingent of Canadian1  volunteers, which the 'imperial,  government was notified -yesterday ��� would.,,., be disp.alchod to  South Africa at, oncoi will be  made of soiue '100 men  from   tlie.  May Go to War. *:���  Among lhe people in Fort  Steele who are liable to ' go <o  England to-otfor themselves for  service in the Transvaal, arc:  Capt. Parker, N. A. Wallingor.  A. C. Nelson. C. H. Pollen, j". E.  Humphrey. Scotty Burns, Wm.  llusfwick. Ben Htickle, E. T.  Crosslcy. J. Campbell and H.  Ward.  Several of the people mentioned have soon active service in  some of the crack ros-iinonls.  Macleod and Medicine   Hal   and  Maple crook and concentrated at  Calgary.    Specifications, -standard  height? 3  feet  0   inches, 'd4  inches chest measurement.,   ago  not less than 22 or more than -10.  time foi' enlist moul , six   months  with liabilily to extension to one  year.    Rate of pay   is   that  laid  down    for   Northwest   mounted  police.    ,Al  time  of disembarkation in South Africa after  that  dale  pay   will   bo issued by Imperial  Government.      Men   who  offer for enrollment  are  invited  to offer their own horses  and  if  acceptable will become property  of the  "overninent':      Standard  age of horses to be between'  five  and ton years, height   ir>  to   IGJ  hands   and    practically    sound,  saddlery will be provided.  Hotel Arrivals.  Wr.NDsoti:���N. Hanson. Wasa;  Wm. Gallup. 'John -'Anderson.  Bull River; E.G. Davidson. Nelson: J. 73.' Waiters, R. T jit tie,  1 CJerry Crock; T. Fanisler.' Montreal: .1. O. Nelson, Ed.O'Grady"  J. B.Vk Brown, Dupont: J. H.  King. D. F. Mc Arthur. 'Cranbrook-; John Perry. Winn i pes;;  S. 1-J. Fauquier. Quebec: Tom  Smith, Windermere: J. If. Cool-  e.v, Vancouver.  LATE    WAR    NEWS.  Big Dividends..  The-'lloniostako mines of Da-  kola have paid -sVh.OOO in dividends fliis year. Tliey have  paid since stariin<r tho sum of  ^.O.'ts.TfiO. The Boston it Montana distributed among jts shareholders last0! month si'.^fi.oOO,  which makes si4,7>0(i.OOO in dividends from the start. The Anaconda'Copper Company has paid  ���sli', 150. (it 10.'  The entire dividends paid last  month by tho mines of the United States and British Columbia  is $.">,(Jill.).-^sii.  A Work of Art.  The Christmas number of   the  British Columbia Mining Record  hits been received.    Tt is a magazine of which the publishers may  -well be proud.      It is artislically  and typographically beyond criticism.    Among the* articles is an  exceedingly   interesting   one   on  the prehistoric races of   British  Columbia,    J.   VV.   Mackay  contributes an article on the Indians  of 'British. Columbia,   and   D   13.  Bogle has one oii   the   In froil .notion of (A'apital Into'1 Now   Countries: there are also several w'cif:  written'slorios..'     Tlie'-magazine  is profusely   illustrated,   and   is  one which.will  be   treasured   by  everyone who possesses  a   copy  of it. ���:���'   ���    A  The Government v^ill mobilize  and send to tho Transvaal I0,()00  mounted infantry. .  A man named Pererhill has  been arrested in Rochester. New  York, charged with recruiting  men for service with tho British  troops in South Africa.  Tho Nort Invest Mounted Police  are anxious lo yo lo the seat of  war.  The American General Law-  ton was killed by Filipino sharpshooters on iho IHilrinst.  The news of lhe parage of  Tugela river by General Buller  has not been  confirmed.  The War Ollice lias accepted  the oiler of ilu* Dominion Government lo send a second contingent to fho Transvaal.  Fire on Bennett's Ranch.  On Monday morning a fire occurred at Bennett's ranch totally  destroying the dwelling house.  A-Vll of the household effects weie  saved. Tho lire was caused hy  a dcfeclhe line.  A According to,, the Bonner's  l'\:rry'']lora!d 'the Koolena.i Valley Railway has been completed  and was turned over lo the op-  orating department of llie company lasfweok.,.  London, Dec. -(().������ Ninety per  cent of the,,mombors of the Honorable Artillery company of Lon-  RHHBI  Kootenay Club Elects Officers.  At a meeting of lhe   Kootenay  Club held   on   Tuesday   evening  la.-l  the following officers  were  elected:  President. Col. II. |).   Henderson.  Vice-President. Iv J. Caun.  Secrolary-Tiv.'isiirer. .M. A.  Bciilc The general committee  for the ensiling year is comprised of the following ir>:iilleuu*n:  Dv. Hugh Watt. G. I!. Watson,  \Y. ii. Ross. A. ('. Nelson, T. T. '  AloVittio, ii J. Cairn, 0. P. llan-  iiigfon, and'C'.'. Mansfield." -=  The  boolcs   of   the.   club,-\vcrc:  audited and foiind in a 'most  ox-,  col feu I-  condition."    A    vote1 of  HiaiiIf.-Awas "tendered   tlie   secrc-  tai'^-trcasurcr for the able  manner in which he has  ndiiiinistoi-Z  ed. the'duties of his ollice.  '.  is   in   a   flourishing  condition.   There  roll the names of  are now on the  ">'-���'��� members.  it  -tli  mm Harciw  t  . _      , . . .        ... .y.;,,1 , y-y. ,y-yy yyyyAy-;y-AyA 0y ���yv.y-Ay'-- .'v-..- Ayy  ' Zyy-.. -,-,'-,.-' yyA\:y.-wyiAAy-:y!.,y-yyy;yy.yyy-A/yyy--,..- ���yiy-yyyyyA-yyyyyyyiyyypy'A.i.y-yyyy'y  ���A-  iiimaBfAii^  A:ZAAM  AAMAAAr  ;A:*,ZA.aZ  ACertificate of ylrnprovem'ents.sy  AAA. yA"AAMiNKi(Afi'A\C'r..'iSi*iA'''.-. yA  "A:Ay'yy:yAy)(ri)UMAy--i?Ay}-y,y:yyyy  ���j]CERTIFICATE OF THE KKOISTKAI'IOX OK_  '. A "AanVkxtka-pkovincia Ii. COMPANY. Y A  ySycKi''i'iV;ii.'ATK;,QP*-iAii"u-.iyKM.i:x:i:  ���mMA  ,&���'  AAAAfZv.pyYZZ^^^^  f-7*^VAyA.'-Goiii' aiiil 3U:m  AyUk; Foi't-Stiil'lo-yMJiiiiiK-DiviKioii.i>f,.I':iist.:lCooij  i'-A��ii!i}'')nisU;li;i.Zv--yA-yVy;,'; - A'*" ZAyA.A; ���'���vAa.y  '''Ay  WliofcA- ldcated:Y<:hiViSu]livun. lllllAuear  ���'���-���'���    '',':-. . ��� . ..-,.   '.-���,���.:   ...   ���"..:'.''     (  ''.        . ,��� v-   ' ��� ���'..'.���;...'. ���--  YMsirli crocl<-r yVY,y-y; -.yy '-'Y-Y '���':, Y'; "..������'"  "y'VyY TalteAiuiticey iliiit,:ylA''I'iibs, T.'^ilitVJitllc..  ZA^'jI.'c/No.yiiWWlayeni;^  .A;.iM1uer's; CortillcjUeyNoA :��sr*.v, intend. Asixtyf  ', A'flii.VK'ri-iiiii; tliu liii ttr lit;r<;ot;. to apply id tlii: MI'li-  ZinKliccordc'r .^H'AciMAil^'ii^V'ilVIiiiI'ivvtMiients  i*.r liiiZpiiipuse iir iiliVii.j'nini;-li'cCviiwn'.ljniiit-.'.of.-  :-', -lie iiiHivi.-iiiaiiiis. ', ..V'''-..' ���''.,.''--.:" y ���'Z- ;���  "'���������;: A "'"i\liii l>i'i.l>er;tiike;iiotice Llt:iL uOiIoiiunder.  ��� iSeelion '.'"��� iiiusi. lie coiunieucod before tlie.Issii;-  "'' mice, of swell Cerli'tlcales of' Improvements. ��� .  ���'i-AZ Wiitcid i.lns i n iniliyof Xovi'iiiiier.li-sw.:; ; -.���.���.'���,'  :-.-V -,^4".".:   V V'��������� "' 'I'llOS-ArAMeVlTTtK. AwnlY :'  ..������.���0��.').Mi'P4XiKs1.-Ai.-r.;--ISSC.."'..'  rJH'e ���;. ydEmy''SILVER-U*D ly MIXING yyANDy.i_SUElTtNG  y-;yy~Ayy-y;y-:yyypoMpANi.'y: A'-A'A-A- 'AAA;  ������ -:Ay y-y .'������':. "yy Land' Purchase:. '.,..,-��� V- y..a:v  A'A':'"-A a'AA -;-'A-' notice. aAazA A; A Ay  A; -v "Ail, hercliy Afivi; n.YUce ilia I: thirty 'days after  "  dale I intend, toinalic'amplication   to,.Ihe.Chief  -.'"-. Commissioner of'l'.nnlls ami.Works. Victoria';'  '���  ' . WV C, f<ii: u.xpeelar license  li/'ouiV limber' on' a  ���-'    cWtain,piece',oiflaiid dcserihed'as  follows, and  ZAAdlualcdVin  Kast: K-A'leiiay- Vrovduceot.IS.,,(-'.:.  A iHeyi lining ui,-a post' planted .oii the west him]; of  '."���'.'''Bill'..Klviir-^ll'ioui  uuiile  andZ .half  norlli of  Z .uniiiilij of Coiil 'creek;  UienveAyest  i^Oj- forty,  '������ eliains: tlienee north (Iti), forty eliiiins.: .thence  '���'-"���' vest (-lor i'driy, chains:   thenee. iii.rtli.(li)ii)j)ne  .A ..liiiudredchaitis! theilce.cnst Zu)   eliains more  '"w.ir less to west hank of Kll<V r,tvet':'V thence ,,!o!Y^  ���A iowlnnywest hank- of yl'.li; river in '.��' southerly i t0 eonstrucl. lease, iniy. sell. Iniild aiid operate  ��� Ureetion to place of l.ie'.'irmnii.' iii all. .(Iiied*oth- .< niilroads. ferries, iraiinvaysnnd oilier men ns of  ,;V Kesifsiertid the ixili dny.of ,.lulyy:A: j>.V ItsWV y  yA 'IrliCKKUYyCKitTlFYAliiat^rhiiv  ���AAl:;4i registered, tbe..KGein:^li'er-f.eadatinin)jr  .ahd,Sitieitini'Comi)aiiy''iisaii,Exira-l:'rp\incial  .Conipan.v'iiiiiierihe'.'Coini)anies';Aet.Ifeft":'. and to  .carry outyoretTcei all'or any of .the objects iiarti-:  lhart'er.set.rortiY to which th^^^  .liy of the i:esrisiauire;of itritish':Coiuiribliilflx1-,;  ituiiiisi'VA. -a;  v.;;,.;���:,..,.'yAV;iV.:...-.ZY'.:.;,.-'-A:'-''AA'i  s 'i'liejiead ijlllee of Ule Company is sitinite in  tlie Cily of SpoUaneVStateof Washington. U.S.  '4Z^yA;AYA-y:AA .:., ;A;"AAAAA;v;AA"iA:A-;A.'  The ainoiintof tlie capital of the [Company  is *;.i.ixw: liivided- into ."l.SOti.'in'iiAshare* of live  cenieaeti., \ V  -", '   /' ���������-,-.'V'      : .*:.'��� ".'Ai'^'Ay.  : 'I'he lieiiil.pillco'of.th^Cpui'piiii'y'Iiithls.Prov-"'  inee is situate ai Sullivan Hill, and .1.. Kp.uirlir  ion: miner: (not empowered to issue and, irans-  sloulo. aiid whose addresses Sullivan 'Hill  aforesaid: is;.lhe attoriiey for'tlie'Company...1  ; '|'lie.tiine()f.,thi:'existenceipf llie Cpiripany  is III1 ly years. '������������������'���   ' '" -,��� '-.'''* ' ���: i:    ':-' *yi;���.A VY  ,; "the Pbjecis for which, this Company'lias  been established are:���      ,','   V : :��� '^y  To .'.work, openite. buy. sell: lease, locale,  iieiiiiiro. procure.holdanddeai in mines.' metals  and iiiiiieritl.eiaims of.every.kind,and deserip-  tioii. wiiiiinthe United States of America' and  ini!ieVe'rov.iiiee1.of lJritisli...Coliimbia:eto eiirry  on and eondvici ii Aenenil niinihi-'. smeltini,'.  millinj.' iind reduciion business: to procure, ac-'  aeiiuire.1 iiold.'-ereci aiid operate electric and  power' plants- for the 'purpose'Vol'.'siiiilni; /iml  freatiim'iit-*?-.'-"iilnii-tor the purpoSe'of furiiishim.'  llulits and cveaiin;.' power: to: 1,-ond. buy. lease.  'A,v, ;:VyMineralAAct,'ijl896..;^.::A.v.  A Z-'A'AA Z AZ' Ao^oirM v;t\ )Z^  A<AH'iAiiAHt:I.A<>0liVi,nroc<mi(iii;ts:;.  ;Z:,ZyV.y;^Y;y-Z::;:;NOTieE.Z   : ;ij;,;;'-'.':Kinera Id: Ml norul Claim, si mate in tlie y Fori  -St'c'elc.MiniiiK Uiyision of SouiliEasttvooteriay  'pistrictA.AZ;;*-'Y-A;Y  ���..j-^wii'tireV-lpciiieii.^  nor'Ui.easierii.exterisipirpfi.theVtii'stV.exiensipn  of tlieyl^a'ijtCliaiice mineral,claim::,,.-; ���;:::': Y;  y'.;.'l'a'l;e, riotiee iljat':I.". .-Waiter,; VanArsdalen  Jl^rije .'Minir^sVCermicate'XpVn.1 siKili. V ��� intend,,  sixty days from the date.hereof, to aiiply IP the,  Miniiitj'Keebi'der fpr.ii C'ertilieatpApi Improve^  riients, for- tlie purposeyof.olitiiiniiiti1ii Crowii  Grant of the above claim. A;,.; ' A' , -, A ;'y  '...:; Andfiirtlier take notice that'! action, under  sei;tion S7.,inust lieeommeiieed tiefore the issii-  aneepf.such Certilieate of Imprpveinents.,  Z44-M. i; A* WAT.TEK.VASARSDAI.IiXA ;"'  '': .,Dated thisriotli day of.October. iSiiii.     ':A- y.  i Vjioiisand acres more'-r le-.-. ',   .;': ���  v  .;���.-. ' .  .:.- yv. iicijotn; a i.i..  .���������'���A'd'ljVituil thl.'i':ii)th".Xi>vi:!iilior. IMH". ;     i"-.fi  ) transportation for iransportiui: ores;.niiniiif,'  I and.other material:,' lo own. lioiid. buy. "sell,1  i lease."iinil" locate u'mlier and .��� .'limber: el a litis:  ! to purchase or otherwiseacifuire iiiid und'ertal.-e  '.NOTICE..'      -,'yy jail  or any pail  of tlie business, property and  1 VI lierebv 'lifve niAice t hat tliiriy days' after {.arpod-will ,,and liabilitles'of any; .company, eor-  vtate I intend to apply 't<>,i!uM.'hi'--f i 'ojiiiuUsi-in- i poration. partnersliipor person earryinfe' on any  ���er of'[.anils KiYd Wor'AA'.Vieu.'i'ia.H.r. forpeniii.���,| business w,hicli'tliis Company is ajitliori/.ed to  slon to piu'i'lia-c.tti- foiiowiii'l' ii.n..i:e-ipie..1l..uii- AcaiTyou. or which is in any respect, similar to  surveyed'and iinn-.rv.'d  .Town. land,  situate jthe.oli.jects of this Company, or  wliidi  is ..t-iip-,  ' ,..,'c'nl.....l .a-    i.illows; j.ibie -if .bein^' conilncteil  so  lis directly or'in-tH|i(,1|i(,iu,  sessed Z'  y A'A. - Z'';'.i'-NOTICE.'-VV': ���. r'...,vA-.Y..  -      Notice'is Uereliy"jjiveu':tiiat'-.ii.ii- application  wiii be made to'.tliii" Lejiislative Assembly of  the Province of IJritish ��� Columbia1 at its. next  session for iin. Aci to'incorporate a Company  Villi power to construct. co,iiip. ma iii tii iu! j.a lid  operate a,line.or lines."of ytelepiione; electrical  ���works, power houses yeneratinj;..plant, and . all  such 'oilier.���'appliances'.as lire' necessary  niiil  proper foi-Vuie i,'enenttin<,' of electricity or other  power, iiri'il: tran'smit'tiin,' the sanie. withiii and  throughout llie^Wistrict of Hast Kootenay and  tlie','various Townsites in  the said -District as  the Company i'roni time to tiinedetermines ami  to coiisiriiei inaiuiiiin; and  operate the 'same  ;alon�� the sides -;ofi aiid  across -orVini'der any.  hijiliway.  stre'ets.. .ptiljiie  hridjies or si n.v sticli  plaVesyin   the' said .WistrielAas  tlie   Company'  froui time to time dbterniities and to construct  erect and maintain such and so many pples and |  other worl.s and devices as tiieCompiiny deems I  necessary formakiiur. compleliiif:-.  siippprtius.'. !|  usinir. woi-liini.'. liperalini,' and -maintaiiiliu? tlie  systeni   iif  eoiiiniuiiiealion; by . telepliiine   or  eleclricaly, works '. power   'house-s,    utnerai-  ln�� plant and,'..oilier, applin'nces.  and  to open  oi-   break   up   any   part. ,oe  piirfs of  thesald  highways or streets as often,:is  the siiiil 'Com- j  "puny its aj.'enls.<   olllcers   or   workmen   think J  pVopor s��iid for llie'purpose of- tiie .uiuleriakiie;  to purchase, aciiuire or lease and hold and ,sell  and dispose of or surrender lands.' building's or,  Ay: Mak es;;r eguiar %^  .St^i!e':JnncMoii:;tQ^Pprt  ZS iAAAyAiiAAyAyyiA; Ay* yyy. yA,,..,  Aiiy<A\Yieve0ouAi&^  Leav^oiMers'ywitllA'AAA.'AAAy'yv'.'AVV  [A- a'AA:vA *;z iyy%&?:&�� BF,AIAEA:t.  MEf  rS.,  GONTR/\CTORSaan# builders  lipusk;;axi:>VSicx. i*aixtixc.,",..:.Ay A-'y.  ;..';'��� . ACAl.ClMIXlXG'and PAPEK. HAXGlXCl  ;^v^A POR^ASTEELE.-, BA;'eA AaAA  %Wy,.; All ��� work .promptly cloheA  AvZ'AR pckyA'^f pimtaiirl^yehueA-AA,-;  Shaving ip 'Hair Dressing Parlor  '"������<���   : V ,'V      Xi.'xi: to Oriuiital'liotel1   --V A;Y:-..':' ���  FO RT ������; ST E E L E, B. C  All kiiids of liair: woi'l-  AzJ. GREZ,  ^aiispocialty'V  Proprietor  AH^R��:'yBAgR;  Z;AY,;v:,/;FprfcASt^ei,feB.Gz':'^^v  ��� ������AG'Merar^|acksmith^A^-Aii  ?  HORSE SHOEiHGjv  a^-aAA^aAy^ANPAJOBBINGAIa^:  Mining A.Wprk A a; A Specialty:  yyy'-[-,yyA:-:Ayyy:Aiy^y.Ayyy.^^  A; 5AA;A:;,W|y|NotA. fnyestfini  ilillPL^    within the   limits aforesaid and.lo|  nth--w.-sl bank > directly to bem-ilt tliis Company,  or; poss-'ssed    |)l���.<.i,.|:.0 ,'���. 1(,.,s(.   ,,���; .lnv , u,,.���, ,������ V(,in.Si ,I11V ���  lains:   llviu.-..* i :t property d.-emed suitable, for the purposes of , Lul,ipho,���. ��� ������ ,,sli,i,]ish;d or lobiAeslablislieci |  iu    Kast    KooU'iia  i7piinneiu'iri'--ala l>ost piunt.-  of KlV;i;\y> i". Ulence'aoi-tli'-    _ ,     wesl So chains:' ilienf-mu'iiIi-'��� chaiTi-': thence: this Company:   to subscribe, for. purchase, or | |m n,.kis)lCllll���ni)i;, (.ounectin;;' or'ton,,. ,���������-!  east to place of l.et;innirie.     .-.mianiliw   in  all i olherwiseaciuire and hold shares m any other j ,ll,l.l,,Ul1vvilh Uu.|i���,,s w|1H.ii the .Company  mav l'  ' *"��iwny .havlna dbjects altogether  or  in   part | (.imsU.ul., ,,���(1 ,��� purchase or lease for any tern, !  n   l'i"'1'>1"-'| ,,f y,j,i,.s  tho rifjlit. of the company lo construct j.  rt-lf) acres,  .,4r!-4i\   .  I:)atc.! at l''-.'.viii  ���li..''.  ii. A. IvAN'iyiU.-rl:'..  i i.toi,.-!' -j::rd.. ]'*'.".  TEACHER WANTED. .  Wante'd fi.r tli.-   Kot-t   Ste-i;l-.-   i'.n'iilii  'School, a Tt:ii(;|iV.:i' to rui-r.-rhai-'."1' "f Ah.,  .senio.v. division, a"m;il.: pi'i:f..-iTi.*<l.    Applv io. ���    '������,       .-'.,'.'���  - A     i:-. !-��� T.,(AA!ABi:.\]'n!.  .St'ei'etiirv lioai'd of 'Pi-n.-t'  similar to those,of this Coni)iany  joaanyjnisinesscapal.lebfl-ein^^ dueled   *�� j,.mi,. ,���.���������,���,���  ���,(y si,ch  tdeplioue line and to i  jasiodire.ytly or  imlireetly  beiiellt  tins !'o��-'Z amalgamate  wilh  or  lease  its line or lines or '  i jiaiiy: to borrow. rai>  secure  tlie  payment , |nv ll0|.li()ll ur pnriions.llieroof to any company ���  :-.'.im.>ne.v.nysnr!i.nui..ierastl*oC^ telephone j  si-e lit, .' '"���'��������� '.''���,.     ���.  V (Iii-*.'!-. under lu.v hand anil seal of olllc..: al  Victoria.. l'i;ovinei. oi Hritish Columbia, this  |.-:h  day. of .Inly, one ilioiisiiini cIkIii.. hundred  i and iiineiy-rnn.'  coiiimutiicatiou cdnneelin-.'or to'.be (xiniH.'Clcd i  with, th'e.saiil .Companies line or lines.'and tp.i  acquire lands; bonuses, privileges or btlu.-r aids ;  from any person or  body corporate ami   with j  ! all oiln?r usnai. m-ci-ssary or iucideiital   ri<.dits  i        -I....S. i. .^. V- H'iid'ITD.V. ��� !' ���   ���, ������     i   ���  ���        ."..-.���    ^ ��� ,, powers or privileges  as iiiiij-l*  necessary  ' j 1-1-   ,���'lio/iKtrnr or Joint'Slot:/: Conii'tmii:-: \ hu.ulrnmi,tUu, j, tt s'i.I ti itn-ii t-" of'tlie aliTTve '.  or  GRASSICK   &   DEMPSEY.  CONTRACTORS  A .  '  .AND.'  BUIBIJBRS.  i.  ,. .  - |i     ��� '  Port   Sif-cli.'   1'!,(:'.   .  GEARY   &l  DOYLE.  Livenj, feed 6c Sale. Sialile.  l'Vii-tAst'-.":l<' i:.<: '     .    .  7-   jeels or any oi Iiieni,        .  '.'.'     liiiied.ilils lillll day iir'l'ie.iiilier*: iki'.t .  j i IIAUVI-IV .<: Mi'CW.'TKU.1  A        l^-.M) ��� Soticiloi's tor tin: Applicants.  ;A       '   , NOTICE.  ' I lierehyf^lve ll.ilice llial   ll.iirl.v   days' al'le.r  | dale I in I. 'lid to a pply io lhe (.'lii.'l'Coinniissioii- .  ���' i'v ol Lands anil Works. \'ii-|i.rin. It I:. lor, per- ![  ! niisslon 10 iniicliase.t lie lollitwin:: unoccupied. ; 'i  ! iiiisiiri i-yi'-l aiid u,ir.si'r\-'.l   (1i,o\,.n   ia.iel   siln-J  MOYIE CITY, EAST KOOTENAY. B.C.  : . The above.-Hotel, has been; re:  cently erected, aiid neatly; I'nl'-  nishe(l'throu<r|ioiit:.  ,'��� -'-.���--, '���.'������''; '-  . Gosy and Comfortable Rooms  Tlie, J-iiii'V supplied    with    the    BEST  l.irjuuls (>f"Liciuors aiid Cio-m-.s.1  HEADQUARTERS    FOR  MINING: MEN.  $oO.OO  The Belvidere  ^  ^40.00  ,.  Y...Y.Y ���������..:.   -AyyyW  AAThe*LeayvilleorE^  A-���iii ���;.' 'miles yAfi;om^: Atiie .'"'������ffimo.uis"--;  Nouth' Stau['.iniiie.A;. ZlAt  miles,  frpiiiAthe> SuiAr.jyan miiie.: A :; A. v1:���  ���Nearly" 200 ininei-d] ��� -cluiAiiri- .sifri-'ouiidrAy  : .AAXni B K]RTAl2Ji|Aimd; depeiidAon ^fcA. A Ay  A". AA'-A     :-.'��������� l'or;snp):iliesV Ay A y     y-y  'y-y  'yy'.y. ���'������,--:-.y-o--:.---:-A. Y-y-'-' '���.';;;-'   ��� v-.V V:V-'>-.������������  A,The -,terininusviofAthevNorth.SiaK A  Railway- Branch- ['.��� 00Ai'iA0t-"-0y  ��� ;K.I.MI-!lvl::.|il2�� iii iiiji/ti , IjiioiiiV-io'iVti;-*;    A  ror..sui)ri'iiiiiil.eiii.l")y ilio. bAJKAl^T^SlL--1  ^���fe^i? A D. A1 IN l-i'S;m TH li- \V.0 KL,E>'A;  il,y.nil-si,   iieecssiti'ily:  lii.jcoiiio*.. ii. ; lai'g-ev ���'  t0At:yy :':A:-!- - ' - 'A ,:   A:":; V-'Av'  For a safe and ���profitable invest-;  A;ment buy lots in KimWrlev    'f  $Sb?M-EE0- CHAS. ESI^IERE  Sole flQenu  Post dltice Address, lvinii><*rley  via, Cra,nbrook.B. C. ....  ;���?���<. i  "M  :A  CITY ���'���a,; A1  MKERY  MRS.. UNDERBILL, ''" Proprietor.  ,���        ,'       .     ���,        ., ���'-,-���   ii        an-'     ii '.'.asl,  Koiui-iiay ilesenln-i    as :o   ,,,u>  I !'��������� iilar   I'inn    .-it.'ioi!   nn.'i'ls   all ...  . ' ,    ! i orntiicuciiu.' :  train.-. ;it  l-'i.-rl Slci'lc -I uiii'l inn.  il a. |nisi   planted   mi   -.onlli   ivesi  i ot'ner one   inile  w'.'st   ol   |,;iu   rf \ i r. \ lii'iici'M) :  cluiliis.w.'st:   llieiiei.' ���"!' chains  norlli:   llieiice !  ',.                                     societies cast: 'liience sn chains soiuli 1.0  place:  ������SAUI.H.K ,v   I'ACK   IHiKSKS. ,������ ,,���,,,,���,!������. ���, >���lllalll|;ir i��� ;,n ii :,,.,.,     .--  ���'.'': Imteil III   Ininile.   M: I'.. '.'Hill Ol-lolil'-l'.  IMHI..      !  i i:,\.mi.\<; (HM.i. MMis ,\ si'i.i:i.vi.i*i. A   i-:-i-'   .    . i . n. i,.i.;\i:i.-s.      '  Superior lo all others irrespective  of price.    Catalogue tells, you  ���why.    Write for one.  ��� ���     , f   ^     ._. ;' . ���      '  NATIONAL SUWING MACIIINli CO.,  Ay.   -|  ���, ILL. 5  .WSfBKOAPWAY  New York. ,  Pactery,  lillLVIUBKIs,  ;:cr:rs  constantly on. hand  l.f!i,i'.-;ii ll read-a'l id Ciikos ,  ���    ��� !'d'c-:|i l^ruils i*vi*i:y day  A        Presli Vi;*n(.*,lifl.)l(..*s  Al^rp'sh. life's. A  i^rcsli ISJilkand. Hutter  .   rj.i!tlil.)i'id,i;e, .'\il)i!i'ta,A.,'  E:   .A..-ELTONr   Agent:  Fort Steele and   Kimfaerlev-  ii  A. vl  - i\  ran li?'.'
THE PRQSPECTOFi.A FOKT
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•     i   d.-nn
.. -    .        = Territory, lo .Jack-   A .*d"  cie-'k.
How Horses Go To Wax-. ! which    is,    the    boun-hi .'     Iiii<\
One of tin-* mo.st   dillicuh   mat- I These different ly named sec I ions
tors- connected   with   the   trims-tare all parts of the Dominion   of
port of Iroops i.s the embarkation j Canada,  like the  United   Slates
of horses.  Equine soldiers do not, inlo state,-, and territories."
love the .sea, and to get  them on'
board and keep them   quite  and
healthy during a lonii' voyage is
hy no means an easy 1a-)<.
a.
Horses are always  kept   in   a
«eol\state before embarking, and
sire put. on board shi]i rather low
in llosh than in' too high, condi-
lion.     Fior-.es which are the latter state are disposed to be fractious  and   kick,    and   tire   also
liable to i.illamation. Long, slow,
steady work' is given   to   horses
previous  to  their  embarkation.
'They are kept fasting and  without water for some hours before
Ibeing pm on board.
Tlii*- minimizes' the bad effect
i n slinging,on over-fed animals:
They also become much sooner
reconciled   to   their   change   of
The Strength of the Miners' Union.
The Nelson Tribune says tlie
following are the official figures
of the membership of the Miners
Union iu the camps in Kootenay
and Vale: Sandon xlO. Whitewater lid, Silverton J'{(J. New
Denver 50, Slocan City -Is. Nelson
2-10. Yinir '\2o. Kossland 1 lOp.
Pheonix HiO.CJ recti wood 70. Camp
McKinney :Ji>. Sixty live per cent
of the Sandon members are British subjects and '".") per cent of
the Whitewater members. The
proportion in. other camps i.s not
at hand. Th'erc are js<> members of the Sandon union employed, in that camp iit  present.
to Pacific.
We are doing an extensive mail order business throughout Canada.
, Our stock of Diamonds,
Jewelry, Silverware   and
Watclii'i, is the largest in
ihe Dominion, and we can
place il at your door.
Our handsome Catalogue will be forwarded
yon on request, and if
you make a selection
and are not perfectly
satisfied therewith when
you sec ii, simply return,
!o us and we will cheerfully refund money. We
prepay all charges.
S3..R., COOK,
'-:ver-,
,'Aable
 w&&tar	
Ffeifer Writes a Letter.
I
The following* loticr ,was rc-i
.•quarters and take  to-ihoir feed |ceiv(jd al iWSleele during Ihel
.   Ryrie Bros.,   ,
Jeweler*.
c ,
I li. 120,  122, 12» Yunifc Street,
•   TOKONTO.
listobliihed 1S3I.
R • * Ste
TI.A.MINl' OK Af.f.      .V .- - .j.rctTKll.
II' VOL" WAN.
mi: AT.
on board   when   these  measures
have been adopted.
As  a   rule
horse's shoes are not removed,
its the,animals are generally used
directly they land.''
<-, Hordes to be embarked are
<Arawn up by troop* as hear lhe
points of embarkation as pos-
-dblOj Thc'ir .saddle.-, and harness are talcing' oIT and packed
•in large sacks, while they are
.provided.with ship's collars. r
■ No fewer than five men arc re-
' Apiired to'-Jslins" it.horse quickly and well.    One man holds the
•"head-guy." which is made fast
Aro the ship's head-collar:,    Two
men stand, on each  side  of  the'
, .animal and hold up the sling iin-
tSil   the  horse's* legs ,leave   the
ground, and the   two  remaining
^ *- ,
isoldiers stand at  the  head   and
1 i
i'.ui respectively.       , '
- * A   horse .on board, ship   cats
f 01b of hiiv,' 51b. oftoats. . :>lb.   ol"
*  *   i     ," '       »        -*
■bran, and half an ounce of nitre.
^ uj i     , .» .
His drinking allowance is half a
irill of vinegarand eight gallons?
itii water.       ' "     "','   ■
Adding- New Laurels to   His   Fame,
General Lloyd. Wlieaton,   who
has been giving  Agttinaldo. the
hardest chase he has yet received from tho American forces,  is
.adding new laurels to  his   fame
hy his present vigorous  conduct
of the Filipino campaign. Years
.-tgo he suppressed   the   Fenian
raid*at Fort Pembina, Manitoba,
for which he received the thanks
•of Queen  Victoria.     At  Vicks-
burg during tho civil war he was
provost-marshall.   and 'won   unstinted liraiso  I'or his   masterly
handling   of  the  ollice. '   "When
Port   Blakely   was   besieged   he
led the final charge through  the
.embrasure and was  the   first   to
.outer the enemy's lines." For this
heroic   conduct   he   received   a
•medal of honor.     It is not goner-
ally known that. General  Wheat,
•on entered   the   civil   war  as   a
.captain and returned Colonel   of
'the eight Illinois.    .Lie was born
in   Michigan   and   appointed   to
the army  from   Illinois   in   IStil.
He  was  a   major   in   l^d:!.    and
after llie close of  Ihe  civil   war
■became colonel of the Twonlioth
Infantry.    For civil war service
he was honorably  mentioned   *n
the "liccords of the   Rebellion",
also   by   General   Hancock",   and
.also by the socrelary of war.'   Flo
was with Custer in   1S7-I   and   at
Port Assiniboine. Montana,   nn-
"il 1 still
past week: -■   , ,   ■
Phoenix. Dec. this li. IS'.)!). !
i
„M"r.' Eopurd Wm'dficld: \
Fraud Tioperd: j
[ will wrigli'd 'you a l'ue  lines, ■
and led you know all apout  this,
ooniry. it is a good'contry and isj
tough'd. cvry bousrhdy' situs, sad i
i " f. ,
money hear this  winter,   i  cant!
**        i
seea. the only -think is  a  man
gather work fore walgess undellj
he  gils  aquinted.   put this  thej
contry who  wantcr  slay  whid. |
thar is all kaents of games here; j
stutt   poker.'   dhraw.,   and    lots1
others, if a man ,is   iii   luck  can j
,mak money,"it is hard to gad the
miner lo work this winter, they
all   gad  there man.    Carbanter
work is all wrighd bul whe cant
gid now "lumber,   it  will  bo all
righd in about Al weeks the ral-
,rod will bo hear than there will
be ;-l ore -1 ortherZhowns, coinitiu
to the'frond next spring.  Lhar is
who wanter lookout fur.
"Well fraud that is all i can tlel!
'f I you -this time i am working fore
;   Harry ABell he is billing a hodell
hear. L am workan pye  the day
foromaii'-oOc owor i' gid in' after
wail so yu can see a ycr salves
and.i will remain your Iran
W. M  Pfeit'or'    '
' Phoonix. 13. C.
gill' all the boye
my pest regards.
50   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights &c.
Anrono soihIIhk asltetcli mid description may
quickly ascertain .our opinion free whether an^,
invention is probably patentable.   Coimmmlr-.i--'
tions<»tiictlycoiitl(lential. Handbook on Patents
sent lroi*. Oldest imeiicy for neeurini; patents.
ratenta t.ilcon tlu'oti^li Mtiiiu'^, Co. receive
special notice, without charge, in the
Scientific Hntcricait
A hnndsomoly illustrated wpoKIv. T<rirtrc^t clr-
fulatloii of any flf ientiiJc journal.'*'IVrms, $1 a
year; four inont-ha, $1.  Sold by all newsdealers.
MUNN &Co.361Broadw^ New York
Ur.ineh OITiee. (!2o V Ht., Wiiilnuutuii. 1>- C.
„„ Go to llie
MONTE   CARLO  RESTAURANT
On River-.idi- Avi-nue
William Robinson, Proprietor
mi;a!.>  at  .\r.i.   hiu".{>
■ T: C. ARMSTRONG
Four Stki:i.i:. B  0.
1     r      ManutaGturer ol
i Tinwa're. Galvanized Iron. Sheet
' Iron.   Slove  Pipes  a'nd
i Copperware
1 BUILDINGS HEATED Jim! VENTILATED
Plinnbing, Pipe  fiUinsjo» and   all
kinds of -saniiarv. -work
■gTTf^TX'
fitw i
Ball Bearings in a Sewing Ma-
chine. The weakest woman can
* run the ELDREDGE B. without
harm to herself, or even getting
tired. It's just fun for a well
woman to run it. It is noiseless;
has self-threading shuttle ; automatic bobbin winder; complete
set of attachments. A perfect
machine at a low price. Warranted for five years. No other
as good at anywhere near the
price. Insist onhaving Eldredge
B. There is an Agent for it in
your town.
'MANUI'ACTCTtr.D ItY Till:
National sewing machine Co.,
'NEW YORK AND CHICAGO.
The second larfje-st Rewitipr Machine 3'actorvk»
CUT OF PART 01? STAND OF THE l!le. w?rlJ vlLl'? ^P1""'1? ol" s*™ iitmar<..i ind
" ELDREDGE B '-'Mjcty-fouriiiachiiua. per flay; Utelildrcdgeirf^..
Co.
E. A. EluTOXtf, Agent.    Fort Steele, 31 C.
1                   FOR SALE.-
H1GHWARDEN    &,    SON.
An AmaJiriiinato;' foi* woi-kiiii! free
mil'linii.rjtiiii't/.. Sttw- over i)0 pot* cent
of "old. Woiirhl with power 2^.000 lb-,.
Mtide in lO'ction- for Puckiim to mountain claim- . C'aii be --eeji neiir the St
Eusreiiu Minion.
PIONEER  BARBER SHOP
i    . ,
Evorylhinir Strictly First Class.
For l'liriK'tilji--npplv to
1
'                                ii
.1. A. HAIIVKV. Kort Steele. W.V
Nc'i't tloii,' Id the J't'tc-pet'tiir.
,
\-J
air Tioin-HoL Biasi stovss  I ^f«!!i!!!wmn?n!mmmmm«mnm!!nf!!!n?nmntmmmt2
tlvdrnulic,
HO for 10 cents 2Sr„u^Si2!irtS
ol tli.: liu^t liuuioiuii^ rcolUil um., I'liilii.tfin^ lilt;
Nivro, Y.iiik.'ii, Iri.li, uml liutili illili-ctH. t„>tli in
tiro^u .md \ t'r^i', us well .is liuiiiorn is i iiiiipriqilinii,
ol, very :.ni,l undei! in. l.T S.'iit |inslpit{[ rm 10c.
dohnbton& tncrur'inv, 71 YonaeSt.Toronto!
Agents:—Our 'boul: on' di'mlli Alricti
iind lln* Mi-iiii-sh-Roer Wstr N ;i i'e»-
tPitr boiiiinxu lor aiifiila. litu i-lie.ip
1ii«jk.   rii*ll- o'i -iirliv:1  Out Iii frets  A
'SffADLEY'-GARXETSON CO.,, LIMITED.
°    '    ' li'-tl'liioi-d.
unci   .Air
.Minys
Pir-c
for
S1',EC]AL   AT'J'JOXTION   I'AJJ)
JOB   WOUK.   L-
'I'O
I, EAST KOOTENAY HOTEL  I
MINING
THIRTY-tflHTH YEAR.
and SCIENTIFIC ^
330 MARKET ST., SAIf ERAHCISCO, CAL.
Yukon Territory Defined.
A Yukon c.dilor inlorviowucl nl
• Cranbrool: i.s i-upoi'lfd nftsayinir:
••J'notico   tlret    it   irootl    ninny
puoplo lnive not yd lotirncd thai
the region aronncl Paw son is no
-longer -ii part oi:.. the ■■Northwest
'reri'itpries,     and:   cbi.isidern.ble
mail is  still   directed    'Dawson.,.,
N. WAT.' This is an error.: The
jiroper designation is Yukon Territory, unci'the .'iiiitials.   if   used
.•.it... all 'shonld   be". Y. Vt.      This
.change dales from" the time when
.O.gilvic    became    comiTiissioner,
lUow] upwards of a year agp,   his,
.appointment being to Yukon Ter-
ivi.tory.     Bennett is   in , British
Progress ol Fernie.
The    London,  (Rng).,   British
Columbia    Review    and    North
American Mining Journal   sa,y«-
"A   most remarkable  instances
of the rapid development  of   an
industry is presented by the coal
Holds at Fernie  on   the  Crow As
Nest Pass ' Railway.      Kighteon
months ago the coal  was   lying
there   marketless  and   commercially valueless.     Now the company   bus   200  coke    ovens    at
work",   and  cannot    build   ovens
fas! enough   lo  supply   the  demand for coke.      Nor can il hire
men enough lo work in the mine
nor obtahi ear--, enough   lo   haul
ils products 1o marled.    The resources of transport  and- development cannot   keep   pace   with
the demand for coal.     And   this
anomalous state of atlairs islike-
ly to continue for some time, because, not. only is  the  Canadian
demand increasing, but the coke
is ol such   ;i   superior  character
that lhe  smellers  of the United
■States are hicldiiiir eagerlv L'or il.
24 Pages  :  "Weekly ,:   Illustrated.
INDISPENSABLE    :
,    TO MINING MEN,
' '   $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.
SEMI roil SIMPLE COl'V.
^lu*2^^*Z MINING-sd^ntmc PRESS
jxmka ex plain oil hi ona LYo-iKctiif'.
, One i- "Fumou- Men aiul <!ro;tl
Iv. unl-,ol the Xiinjlui'inli t'i'iitiiry."
' firtMi' Battle-.. CnutA Mon. (rivit
In', onlkin- iinil ill-'i-nvurifs. I'l'o-
"iv^ ol X:iti«iiit». m'.'ry lii-i'iit. uvont
til the i'L'iitiii'y. II \iiti have a -.low
MjHin^* bunk or uniitiucil in ot lief
at;i_*iii',\ 1 ni-.iiie-.- you ]o-e inonc\ to
contioiu*. I Ils'l-i-the bu-1 (i])])or-
luiiity loi-niakin** inonoy wm over
had. I5it! |i!-<jlil. o;i-y Uniu. ni'w
■    plan, net, our mlrr Miri*.
3RAOl-i£Y-GARREr&OrJ CO.,  LIMITED.
Mi-.intioi-d.
31ovie Citv, 13. ;C.'
<. - ■• ■'    .
Ts a laigo and Attractive Hotel of quiet ^legance in all ils
appointments, wilh a eusine of superior e>ccell<'nce
^  , ' Strictly   First-Class, in   all' its. Appointments       irs
^   JVlciVlaHoit  Brb's,  Proprietors.   ,2
Ag-ents: -CliriMiun I'lmlu.;. sir. !C]!worth
IjOiiutic  and H. N . P. L*. Munihi'i'-..
•■ I.i<_hi ol l.ilu" i- a tt'L-aMirc Iiohm' |
ol uii'oi'iiial'ton.  Wi-nouil ('hrt-iiar. i
mull anil wnnii'ii and oihoi-.-. who do
sire to do, nooil  anil   nuiko   nioiioi
lo oil rnl.uo ihi-. uondoi-rul hook.
BRADLEY-GARRETSON CO..  LIMITED.
I>i .nil I'll i1
■7?
press   who'     Ml,
Aii Apt Name.
•'Absinlhe-minded beggars'
tin
wil
L^i'i'iichinen ol lhe press who
have lately been foully libellino*
the Queen. , Frenchmen of their
type, ai'e notorious Consumers of
' 'a,bsinfhe.'" a. vile and brain destructive poison, which' i.s, unfortunately1, 'permitted to btAsold
by licensed vifnei's. ■ 'Its effects
On.the manhood of Franco are
said to be debasing, the absiiithe
habit, being a„S' dangerous a.nd
deadly as tlie habii ol' opium eating.,. .■■,■■
READ.
■      ■     ■«■■ '■.■.■!
THE PROSPECTOR.
Agents: —Origin*-: the- I'i-i-oni'i- oi'
Devil'- 1-liinil. h'till -lory id tin*
nio-i I'oiuai'k.iliii- Militiiry 'I'riitl and
, ,-i'illKliil (il Ilio aLM'. liiu lioolc. well
illu-li'.'ili'd, .-oil- on ^il;hi. Snap Inr J
i-an\a—or-.      • [
Bradley Garretson Co., Ltd.!
i;:{.v.\"i I'titiii. ont !
Wanted:- •-^   per   da.*, -ui-o, lionl loincn j
or  latlii*-:   -p.-fial   v.oi'k:   po-iiioni
porinaiii-ni: ri-li.ihli* lii-ia, with ln*-t j
I'l'loronci'-:     oxpoi'irnco    iiimi'it —
-iiry.    Adiln —. '      S. M. Fry,
i'Mold Maiiiiiior. Hamilton.
lT&©   Mirw/a-afefss"
IS I'UIII.ISllKl) KVIJKV SATCltUAV, AND HAS A
LitrAi:.VN'Ti-:en cineTt.A'i'iox lakoich  than-
AXV OTIinn  i'.M'KK JN i'.AS'l'KOirri^NAV  IT IS
AI.I. llfiMK I'lnX'I'IU). ASM CONTAINS  UOUHnK
tiii-'.'amol'N'topnkws oi* any i*ati:i: rS'THK
1USTKICT
;y
.\   laniili.i'-   nanii-   loi    the   <  liirimo
M ilu.mki'i'tV Si. I'iiiiI K.iilw.ix. knoun
is
new name  bestowed   by   a
. ,  ...  -,    . , •   , ' ,,     I all <<\ or 1 h<- I  n ion a-   I lie   (ii cat    I {.til
s' Urilisli loui'iialtsl upon lhe .        ,        ,, ,.,,..
]v,,i\ riini'ijii: Ilu- "I ihiiiii l.iutilttl.
r\ d.i\ and ni^lii lvi \m-cii Si.
I'.t.il and '- liiciyo. 'MtA Oni;tli.i and
('hit"ajj'ti. "'I'lic only pcii'oi't trains in
tlii.' world-" IVndci'^land: < 'onncction-
arc niiidc Willi . Ml , ■ Ti'iiiisroiil .11 nrlil ii I
l.ini.'s. assiiriiiu' to passi-ni^iirs tin.' host
'.-.iM-vioo' known. ■■ l.ii.xui-ions i-oiicli'i.**;.
electric liji'lits. sti'tini lica.l, of ir verity
c<|'iia,lcl,l liy no ot lei- line.
Sim- tliat. y'otir.t ickcl fcadtcvia ••'.riic
Milwaukee"when yoiiiir to any point
in llie United Stales in- < 'anada. All
ticket a^ciits sell t hoin.       ■  ' ■-
l.*'iir rales. ]iiinip'hlcts or  oilier   inl'or-
mation. iiddri'S-.
.1. \V. C'asky.       '   C. i\.. Kl.UlY.
Tniv. I'iis-. Airl... lioniii-.nl Auunt,'
SKA'l'Tf.K, WASH.     eOK't'l^VNO, OK.
As    An   Advertising;
Unexcelled.
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The Paystrcak Of Ad's In This Paper Pays From The Grass, Roots,
And Never. Pinches Out, Stake One !     The Result Will Re To-
.Your Interest; "   '     .'■',',.
.lOH  I.MilNTINC  O'F AI
KXI'XM'TF.IX
iL KINDS NKATLV AND  PROMPTLY
I
!i'A -.'THE'. PKOSPEC'TOi:. FORT "-TE!' LE, B. C, DECEMBER''25J, 'OT."  THE   PROSPECTOJv,  7i'   PVPLi*Hkh'tA\ ht-KLY ���/;.)  THEAJi'JIOSPPCTQn.. (.'(J.M'PA.AA  ���> A.yKA OUAOE.   EDITOR  A A J)  PlJBUHHEPAy'-iy'.    ..'. ' ���A,  .THE PROSPECTOR, is ;���pii*lislico  , every  Saturda v.'anj.hiis  a ��uanmteed  etrcnlaiiun lai^ciVtliaii iinv ivtliey paper  yinKasitKoiiieiiay.il is all liome"i'riittCi.1  end contains ij<)iiblc- ilie'iicw's yof '.iiiiy  , fuller., paper iii the 'district.''.'".'.    *  '   y  yy  " As an  advertising'., iiiciiir'iii  it   is nif;  excelled.,;,.' Y-V ��� V   ' '��� -; ''"'���!"���.'"���  3>evoted to the.'upi)UiIdiii(rofFort Steele, the  development of the vast mineral''resources' of  lie East Kootenay1 mining district. ., . ���'."..  .suliWnpiion.s. ...,,'. ..,'���. ;i "--.<*" Per year  '.'Advei-tislnir rates 'iiiade kruiwii oiitippliralioii.  Conirihutipas are'solicited fromull parts iif tlif  'iiiitiiair^ment Of , an Amei'ieau  ua tried, GrquiiiZ' There! is not at*  liiidergrqiind miner- in the Moyie  cariip' w'ho is wOrk'ing more,,than  eight lioni'.s or. getting less, than  ���s;j.ofi.'A.-. The hiehv aire *lerfectly  satished with' tN'*r��� /-Veid.^ioh'  no Aii'rievaiices' what.-:  WAi:  and hayt.  iBver,,.. ',,.- " . ,. A*. A. A.,A. '���'��� "A  V; Toronto';-���Teleg/a''T!';,-'--Xe,��..'��� 'the  British drum-'bfe*a;,,is'heard r<Mtnd  the, world, aiid 'iiZs/aei-ompanied  on this occasion by the bl iie  flame of-danguageAin which heart  sore subjects' are,: girdlingv the  "Empire' "with their;- cursed ��� tin  (fen. Gatacre. ' '"���','"Z;Z'Z'"y  ; Toronto    Star:-���The    British  district!1 but all iiuitieririteiuled Wr piiblicatimi | foiCCS'lll. the Ainoriea'tl C'jinVl'ia jgli i1' '  aiust have the writer's 'signature. ,' ' ��� .   ��� ' ' ���"���   ' j ��� ���..     .     ���������   ������  .      y  :-.::        : i"   ������ .      .'���'���:���".    j',.'���������.���    were -. described'..';is';.* varsities  of 1  ft:  ��� '������; ���';;.��� .,. A. 'H#3;.";a: ���������'���'"��� ���������.., '*'���,;������'_ 0-y.y '.��    '''..",.*, " t-ft%%  IIeadquaFter,s:A.for;'';';I!>yiiiimgA' and   Commercial AMen  ���W  vine  .Iho'  THIS'PAPERAii;^;^  f^0t00000000j!0i)i<0  '"r!t"  '''"-���   ' ���'"��� A- -'"     .'i',,������'���" /���;���'   ' ' A   yA-;i<^'s^rrZ'n'r)ty;iyn.d.;yt.M''Z'. 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'Tliey ,'iie cxtrn licavily plated witli  ;jiirc silver. , IlurilifillL'd and fiijislietl  triitirclvin* hajl'l.  The finuV'r liici.-il is,.llie finest.>;r��(li: ��'  iiictiei-sil'.'tT. llie. mctsl Hint lias made  tlie tiest irrades ot KnKlisli J'late, fajiuws  Ule world over.   Y '  �� M.'.uli:    in    tii.iir   invn    fa'ctorj'   i"  ^luiiiri.'.-tl,    rulil    solil ; iliivct-   lrom  j,'i,-|.inif;n:tiir.'r Ie lyoiisunu'r.  '     U'rili: I'er illuslr.-ilionsi  TEASPOONS ���....��..:.  I-'MilU-'aiul i)lil'i''.Mi;lish       - !?.',.'��i  tAiii-.'ii-. and  li.-.ul      -  .-���'- ' .|.oo  "a      ���.     ���      I'iii.r i'Ain.  Everything New, First Class and up to, date, a        a  In Every Particular.  ^;cLam-..sliowing:'th'is'year:a'n"[iinusu:i1;AA:;;.'AyAAaA;; A\'YvZZyAi.;'Y;A;^^:;  $0F)NE;yL\^  JltL '' "��� ���      '-������"'   ,A'  "' 1'":J ti-r~.'-.'.;.-t ���'.;'.: "'"','       ''   P.'^^Y  ' -  ^ AaaaA-Aa-suitableAaporA;yqw  J? 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Webb'sA;.CHOCOLATES ' AAAA; A ,; ;A���v '-[0.  '""['('.;' ' AA ENGLtSH 'PLUM.-PUBDINfJrAA;;,  PRUmViC^VKE-"  ;.���,' Y.TIiese. i?bbds tjeed "iin!praise,fri'nu hie  lchown njei'ils, ���'<.".     'A A.    .   'A ..'{..'[���   A - i  .,'.i#��i..,.:  ^>'-V  : *tr   ',���'  .    .  ���,.������*��'-';  ��� AA-yA.yyiAAAiy $&.���-.  yyyy   .'���..'..:vv ��� ��� ''**.,-;  i'ey".sc-jll on their.%# :  AA-ife".  Mai  PORT; .    ; a yy'  A"A STEELE  M-  HEADQUARTERS   For Travellers and Mining Men.  RESTAURANT : OPEN , DAY: AND. 'NIGHT.  A'-AA'''z'#'  III' I'llJl I'lIl.'tt'V ���%��.*  .    , , ,    A'A-A '.A'y^,  ftftftftftftftftftftftftftftmftftftftftftftftftft^ -  * A. .W'.'-niAlA'SDIiLIi,-, G0  ft   -���:��������� a. ! ���������-.- a."-.: :  unto Oiitiirio ('.Villi'  The  f  FERWIE, B. C.     OLD TOWNA  Di.imonds  Stcrlint;  Silver  Watches  Etc.  Henry Birks & Sons  Birlis' Building,  M0N'TI5i;AI...  Jewellers to liis l''.x,j'.l]ein.y  ll.e K���rli.f .Mint.,.  H.  W. DREW,  Proprietor  Fort Steele.  SI^LENIXIAIJ ACA(.X)AIA|(.):lJATI'ONS  Sample Rooms for Corimiercial..Men  A   v ''"'   " ;,..        No Traveller Should'Pass 'he Doow  The I rail runs williin len fcri ol' (he hoiisi*.   -   <';,,0(]  1,-iarii.niid pli-iily elAhay iuiiiiri'iiin.   Al'i'y.ui jiii.|i'i|ri/..:-. i,u;  ZVnldorf yon Avil.l. never rou'rel il.     ' .     ���  IL    A.    KA.NtOUSB,  BroprleloPA TUJ-; pno.SPEf'Toi:. \-\jiiT .ciT:.:r:i r  \)ErFAlBEU  i '���'.ifi  SATURDAY. DIC< KMHKJt Si. IW.  Afraid of Discussion.  ElllTOli Pkosppjctok,  I last week sent the following  communication to the Cranbrook  Herald, bul it was refused publication for fhe vovy ������thin" reasons slated in the paragraph  here quoted:,  "The Herald is in receipt of a  communication from a resident  of Fort Steele, lhal is not published for the best of reasons. Jt  is full of unwarranted s'abs at  Cranbrook. and had ibeeommuii  'ication been from any other  lown, and ��� (lii;ecled a.*- tt Ihrusl  at any oilier cominiiiiiiy in lhe  district, aside from Cranbrook,  il would have been declined nn  the sanie "rounds. ,The render  of llie coiniii'inicalioii can Iind a  willing  medium   for  articles  of  r-i (  that iiitlure nearer home."  Now, sir, iis J think every unprejudiced reader will admit  there are no ''slabs", "unwarranted" or otherwise. ,at the  Editor's LJet Cranbrook, which  (if I hey can be called -.stabs" at  till) mav not fairlv he made bv a  ���<��� "'A. tributary to Fort ���Steele.  J recoii'ni/.e the fact that to impecunious litigants and luxury-  loving .lawyers (who seein to  abound' in railway towns) it  would be more in accordance  witli their usual habits to travel  amid the stuffy atmosphere of  ii railway carriage, than in fhe  pure health-giving air of our  mountain land: but I fancy it  will not be such people who.se  voice will decide the location of  the Coverninent Ofiiee.s. 0  I recogni/.e also the fact that  the time will no doubt come  when it will be desirable in the  interest,!*!' the'mining public, lo  divide the present dislrict inlo  two or more" for mining recording purpo-i.'S. Buf. Suv,  look at the ,ma|>' again.' and 1  think- that you wiil see that when  that division is made ,Moyie City  will he a more central point for  the western sub-division than  Cranbrook.' Mill there is no  pressing call  yet  to  anticipate  that coming time.  "= c     i    "     i  Jl   youi;   argument   that    the  Government Offices should be in  a railway town is a good one,  why hot have the courage and  fairness io say lhat the President of fhe C.  P.   11.   distinctly,  md  \  I  i  9)'  t  *  'GOSMOPOLITflN HOTEL I  CRANBROOK, E. C.  E.   SMALL,   -   Proprietor,  Tlie  mil\   iiuidiii'ii   and   lirM   I'l.t-  llviili.'d llii-diiiilKint wiin lint aii-.  hoi el  in Smith K;iM Kootmiav.  <&       When you visit Cranbrook don't forget the Cosmopolitan.  *3S>S9SSe9SS��Si  participant in a vital   discussion  of this sort.    If'Cranbrook can- jand with the inmost candoi  not stand such "slabs" so much j cordiality,    pledged    his    word  the worse for Cranbrook.      I3u1. Itha1  a "i-lwuy  .should be   built  .sir. it is certainly very  little  to  to Fort Sieele as soon as it,  the credit of Editor Simpson  that he cannot bear to have his  ��� views controverted and discussed in his own paper in such fair j  temperately stated arguments as  those, used in the rejected communication:  GOVERNMENT OFFICES,  t  Editor, Cuanbrook Herald:  1 observe,, by  fhe  appearance  in your paper lalely  of   various  little sfjuibs,  and 'by  the  standing item that'heads your editor-  ,   ial column, that the contest for  the removal of tho   Government'  . ,Offices from Fort Steele.to Cranbrook has fairly begun. '  '    Lei mo say,at the; outset, that  t 1 recognize t'his as  a  legitimate  r  co'ntc.st'',between���the  two  town's:  and it is infinitely  more   honorable that it should be a  public  and open oVie, and should be put  on' the broad grounds  of  public  convenience, than that it should  be carried on, as was  the  effort  of a year ago,   almost iu  se'eret  and   under   false    pretenses���a  clever but futile attempt to secure a snap judgement  in* favor  of  Cranbrook.     If  the  case, of  Cranbrook i.s a good  one  it  has  nothing to fear from the  utmost  publicity.  I recognize that in the year  which has elapsed since then,  circumstances have changed.  Cranbrook has in-Own as well as  Fort Steele���Cranbrook" the faster of fhe two. as I may readily  admit without yielding an iola  of in,y Va.ith in,'the great future  before Fort Steele.  Your argument, sir. i.s lhat the  '���proper place I'or the Govern-,  "inent Offices of Souih Easl  ,-'Kootenay is in some town on  "the railway". To a stranger  unacquainted wilh the conditions  or lhe probable I'ttlure developments in the direct ion of mines  and railways in the district, this  way of .putting' the case would  seem unanswerable. This case,  though, like all others, has 1 wo  hides. '  "Let me suggest Ihen what may  seem a fair statement of the  oilier side- Do the majority oL  those who come io do business  at fhe Government Offices conn*  by railway or from the railway  line? This is the real point. Are  they not prospectors roaming  the mountains on foot or on  horseback, by whom Eorf Steele  can be as ea.silv, and perhaps  much more convonienlly reached  than any oilier poinl in tlie district, as all roads and trails een-  'ter at this place. ' ThonA sir, look'  at lhe mining iha'p of the district.'  and it will boAseon, I Ihink,. that  ni licli. the larger.portiiVn ,o.f lln*  districl where prospecting and  development work" are being carried bniisiopographioatly and by  thelocation   of  'the   frails   and  M. Mclnnes & Co.  Wholesale "wl detail  BUTCHERS  All   Kinds   of   Poultry- and   Game -In ��� Season  THE   FORT   STEELE  FLOUR and FEED STORE  E. C. MILLER, Proprietor POST OFFICE BOX 836.  Now is the time to buy  YOUR   WINTERS   SUPPLIES  PRICES are advancing and I have -ipenred a Mock of Flour  and Feed oi Best Quality that 1 can toll ai ii.��ht prices. Rolled  Oats a Specialty. ' ',,  Baled Hay. Oats.' Bran and Chops  Fi  eod   Wh^at.   Shorts. Corn meal and Linseed   M|.-al.  '   Beans, liarloy. O'rahain FJonr i-ic. etc.  "Splii   Fens  The Fleetwood Tea i.s not Excelled  flutter and Ei.*-  cure a yood article  .:- ;ii'" an uncertain cominmlhy   \vh *'i 1  ca'n  f buy. and will endeavor '������ i: eel demands.  ��� Breakfast Bacon and Hams you can rel  of the Best.  upon beini; fresh ami  Cmnbi'ook  l^ei^nie  '-    Port Steele  A/o \'ie Wa rdn er.  f<^<3S^i^K��c,i^��?g;^  ii  was  possible ior the company   to  do  iff   As a publisher of news, and'  as   professedly   fairly   disposed  towards all��towns in the district,  you should have  published   this ^A  piece of news, instead of incor-i"  rectly stating the facts with   regard to the meeting'of the   Fort]  Steele Board of Trade with   Mr. '  Shanghnessy. > and   turning;   the  whole incident into   very    poor j  ridicule.       This 'attitude.   , sir.  p  show's that your case is a   weak n  one aiid needs bolstering.     , fjj  , Finally,'let me recall to yourji^  mind the fact that during the i  election of 'Sift Col. Baker stated  at different times,* in public that  if was not his intention to remove the Government Offices  .from Fort Steele. ' He also.more  than once repeated * that assurance to myself -personally. The  Colonel had no doubt full faith  then that bye-aiid-bye Cranbrook  would Ijo able to stand solidly on  its railway bottom withoul begging' for aid from the Provincial  Government. And in that faith  too J subscribe myself A  '���'HUGH WATT. il. D.  EAST KOOTENAY IS,ALL RIGHT"  ORDERS   FOR  FJRF WOOD WILL KECEIYE   ATTENTION.  I. ���TjT ��:-K"S?|5r���  **   Anv information  will   be frcclv  otherwise,   on  all  matters "relating   to  given  ;v   mail,   or  Mines,  Min  ing,  Mining Stocks.  Real   Estate   and   busi  ness   generally   in "the   district   of"  Kootenayfi     by  BROKERS.  CRANBROOK'S  South   East  PIONEER  McVittie   <��   Hutchison.  'East Kootenay is, all right.  ttm^t^iim^^^i^^mfm^^^i^i  6^^?:!aGae**t��f��*?.'  fort Steele. 11th Dec, 1FWJ.  The foregoing  communication  was     refused    publication     by  the Cranbrook- Herald.      Why it  was denied space in the columns  of our contemporary is not made  apparent  by the  reasons given  for its refusal.     ,A careful perusal of the--letter   fails   to   reveal  any feeling towards  Cranbrook*,  it simply ask.-, I'or a discussion of  the statements made as to where  the Governient buildings should  be placed  at  the   present   time,  and in case   (here  \v;is   a   re-arrangement of  llie  mining  divisions, which would be   the  con  ti-al point.     That  (lie   editor  of  the Herald wished lo give  pub-  licity lo lln* loiter   is   borne   out  by   the   following' statement    of  fuels:     On Friday'last a representative    of    TilK     l'liOSPWTOK  was iu Cranbrook" and   was  several   1 inie.-.   fold   lhal   Dr.    Watt  had written a letter lo lhe   Herald,   and   lhat    the   Editor   had  shown if   to   the   principal   business men, and had declared that  he would be d d if he  would  publish it, and' made ilu1 letter  an objecl of ridicule. If the Editor in his judgement could not  publish the. letler. the eihics ol  journalism .should have prompted him lo return il to fhe writer  wiliioiil >howiii<r il to everyone  in town; There are no slabs at  .Cranbrook A in the coniiminioa,-  tion as anyone may see. . Iii fact  il, is only, as before, stated, an  invitation for. a. discussion of tho-  facts presented, and <:ot.itaiiis not  one word which would offend the  most t.hiun.od-skinnod resident of  Cranbrook.'  ore  ..Tlie North. Star House  kristmas 1899.  OL  Fort Steele, B. C.  We    are  not    the.  only    apple   on  the   tree-  But we  are agents for  Wilier   Ap])'es  retail and wholesale at Kershaw's, he  has just  received   another  large  consignment of Winter  .Apples  all  kinds,    'litis week also 84 n worth of the Best  California (Jrapes that have ever been .seen in thi.- district    .  a' this time of the year. ��� "    ,  i. ���'  Fresh  and  Balogna Sausage, fresh Hams1 and Bacon,  fresh  Fgirs,   etc.  ' In-valid  'Pea "the Rest in town, trv it.       '  Fresh Oranges. Lemons and .nuts arrived thi.s'weok. <���   ���  1 c  ��� *Lf you require a Oood Cigar or English Fipe see Kershaw's stock, satisfaction warranfed for Christinas presents  I'or old or young, see, Kershaw's windows and enquire his  prices before buying elsewhere. ,    '  "English Tobaccos. '���'> IJ. Pipes and imported Cigars.       ;*  - Kershaw's Chocolates and Candles this Christmas are  tine.*    Try Kershaw's Xmas Cheese it is sure to please you  j : ' ' '"-���'*,'���''     '   "^ i '  ' u     For Xmas Games, Xmas Stockings. Xmas Cakes * and  'Wholesome Bread,'remember Kershaw's, the -North   Star  Bakery, and so oblige yours respectfully  HENRY KERSHAW. Fort Steele.  McBride Bros.  <:<  The Canadian Pacific Telegraph  Co.  The Canada Western Telephone Co.  CALL AND SEE US.���Ask i'or a good Cigar, Cigarette. Pipe.  Snioking and Chewing Tobacco, or a ticket to any part of the  world reached by the Canadian Pacilic Railway and its connections  and you will yef it. and <re1 it riyhl.  Our Billiard and Pool Parlor  every  respect.  Is strictly up  to cUte in  THE LARGF.ST STOCK OR'  1IAI4IJWAKE in East Kootenay.  HEATING ���>��<!  COOK STOVES  Shell  t  Heavy  Hardware  fet) Powder,  Fuse, and Caps  .Mining Siiiipiic-.  Drill St.  STIiANOKKS    ALWAYS    WELCOME  ��>  EVEItYI-iODY.   CO KD TALLY    INVITED  C. E. .Man.slield and (,. A. Cotterell. I'roprietors.  THE B.  " '""'a ASSAY & CHEMICAL  %      ^    SUPPLY CO., Ltd.  (LArrE .MacEAIJI.AXE *  CO.)  Vaoeouver,    K��    C.      ft  ire,M;i,nuf;u-.tiii-i*i-s iiihl direcfAhriporters, and cii.rry ii  ft  WA  a  .ai'ge .slock of Ma lances. Eiii'ii'ics; l^ire.Clay' Cood.s,'Scieul ilic  &' aiid r'i'iK'fJcii.l l.!o(iK"s, '������(.'<lassware.. l-'latiimni Coods. Acids,  gi C'IkmoicaIs. and 'all.oljiijr A.ss;i.\'('i's(' iiiid .Miners' rerpiireinents.  | SOLE AGENTS for Morgan...Crucible Company, Battersca, Beck-  |; er's Sons' Balances, Etc. z ���        j  5A Catalogue aiid full .particulars on. appJicat ion.'  iT'JiJiiiJU'iAn^iJi-niixLnJilrLn^  KIMPTON   &   PITTS  \VIi\!>I-:KM1;KE if DONALD  General iVlerchatits  Mining supplies a Speiiiaitij  Miners going northward via Canoe Kiver Kimfc will iind it a la rye  .s.-ivinir :ind '���oiivenii-nc<* lo procure their supplies ,n   Donald,  SOLE ACE\'T."s lor  (."anton. Steel Company".  Windermere. Oolden' and Dona Id  Mininir. Di\-isions.  (  Acentsat Windermere  lhe California Giant Powder Co. IIE ,i;VROS)?KCrJYj]^ ,  ,  -  iy  i  r  t.        ^ UiiAfhe direct rjiid.vetT'tiKj\-'fesij><>i-;s<.iii.-  ^pk:X,tK>X+ 0 .inreresl which, iIk; IDeity   hits  ���Vjj'V :  ���-���*���- .. ���.'. a  .   '. .   .,    .      A   ' "^ I a.'.wavs.Uiken iii its affairs.   ���". He  lias one-or 'two iiewspapersA but  .?..    Steamships Cheaper in England.' ,.  ; A writer in.i'i recent, issue -ol.  Vt'lie Ne',W'Y6l"k'.JSiig;ineeri:iig:i\Jag-.  ' aziiie poiii1S;ouf that '''at;; present  ���a in an whoA,\v;;iiitsto buy^a steam.-.'  .' ship,:caii purchase: it inugh: more  cheaply ,,in Scotia ud pi'' England.  thauvin America./ But 'lie" does'  -An()t.'',.thinki.'thaf.'Uii^.Awill. :coiitihjrfe  for a long, ti tiie. ' A He A.sa v^! .that'  . material hasAalrea'dybeeii, ��� ��� 'made',  niii^h inore cheaiilvAin lln.* .'Unit--.  ���/.       ..,._' <-- ��� .'..' ' *-      ''    ., ., .���'-���"      '   .  ��� . 'rt  '���lie-is. apparently nqjt aware (if.; it:  'until lately lie had ; no schools;  and���taught his children nothing;'  news|; is -".a ...teriu <?which "'hulk ' no  meaning1' to hiin. iind A. theA thihg  itself Jie-: cares; ��� nothing'.,, about.  He, li'at,es to be taxed anciiresents  ijZ "He'liasvstood Astoclv still in-  South, A f inca Afor A: two/ '��� centuries'  andv a-'half... aiid.; wou'ld1 like'.; to  'staudi,s,tiIl"tb the endvc>f 'tiiiie,vforr  "i -"c'4 ���'/'..     :  to .i'    ��� .1"   he lia's!. no: sv.tnpathv   with' Uit;  ed   States,   ,while  oiv the  .other,   ������*   ..-.     ��.    .-���������.  '  .-���,,: ���������������;    .       *�����    "���  ., ... A-,''y:\ -���   ���-'���������,. y "yy yy:-,,  . ,  , y ��� i lanaer notions of progress.    -He  liauctiaborvisdearei-,':   .But- labor. .;���-,:-,.. ������.,-���.     ������ y.y.y Ay A.,.-'- ;.y     :-y.  cnriauacrcsKCti  AH  t'.zra^f.tj^i ,.TKiri\,-rv.?MaTrjiA.,m*��t�� ja \r. kh.-.tw ���������  ���:Fm?A0]A^  :N1AN|JFACT'URERS   A.and  A BREWERS/ OF   EX^I'RA  yEJNE  'yAtA/t-'AyGOMVLETE'' '���'���I>I^VN:TS::, A 0':;AA:a0  Roaitly forvpromptAShipmentiAJN; ^  BOILERS Z  vA HOISTS  PUMPS AAA a '  A BUCKETS  ;CARlS, WHEELS A  :A;'YZ..anfl;8AXLES'  Wire Rope ahclASupplies  BEER AziS-A PORTED  saving   ''methods' ��� are'���.��� .'57tead,Hy,  Avbrking:.tlieif ..way   intoAA'lneriv,  'V.'cab sh 'pyart'lsA   . Of A t'his/'y "how;- ,|  ever,ytoo, iniu-h.Zi'av   b'<*Zmude.AA ,  ,,. .  .,.,    ,,  .,    ...       ,..   ,���.       r���,    ,  A     'y<y---:-y  y-y-yyyyy,- :,.-yyy-.-. . .-.;,: ....   <''} HlUi'   gOKi?{Uld'   Cilct U lOlldS ;���   ' YVl he,;  tor.,lie yoes on lo SiLV-���tlie train-; '-"A" ''-:'-y* ,y���A." ��� ��� y :- -yy-y-,  ���-A "'"���:.. '���������"i Y. yy, y ' *,, . y,y ..Yigold; and. ������.trie "diamonds 'havei  ed man: will iilwavs; :be ,;ueededi. vf - .�����, ������ ���,-.., , ���'������..���,������'. ��� ,y   "���"���       '���   ���   -:   -. - ��� ���    .     ������ broua'ht' tJfe ' goolle.ss   '.st.riiiiy'er i  is huhgi;y toAbe1 rich, Afor ,;;he .'is  humaiir but  his .preference, lias  been -for rieluvs iiY' cattle, 'ancl hptlp  i,ii ,finevelothes, and.' tine��� liousSs-;  ���-D  AAiV"  :.r Pa.  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'J^rotn  A:'A.A ,eiid: to. end; this, vjoiii'iiey, which  A A A A cos 1, oii 1 y; 8( i- ~>- Awas' il A re ye la fi ol'n  ;|    A ������'o'l'/tiieA-'unl^ gre,;it  AAA A: 'tiburueyA and thejbpok in .which  A'AavA ALeichhardt VA;;described ���. ^il, lias  Al A. ;w niariy Tenders to iliis day. 'AThe  ���piAy. explorer-set'���16ul;;A'iyn\':.his'Asecond  Av "A.Zi!udei;lakingA ^)"c*1: 0;;;,iieA-er  ZvyA ������cQinijleted. :and ;,mystery oi; ..his  'P A. A [yin to: was h ever .spl v'e'd .-������''. AA '���'.'������*��� :"���; v ���;;  Ay ..   ���!������'���   "' Mark.,Tv/ain 'on the-Boer.  A ;:A,A A A ^lark'TwaiiZhas inet;tlie Boer  aiidAthiS'is whiifdie. says of = him:'  ,on yiie,;field:; aii;Aeeceutri^spea,kA A,  %r;-addressed^ya|rA coiiicourses'A.at'  .S'very^Asera  vtdpffew Awfei-e ybeingy^cPiiyertedA  'I^;:feltAthHlsoinefhing':.shon^  :d6neAto stifeth6;;siniaeE,toArCiiehrA  i.tiic'e..A|o: ^hte^Aipj-ei^iedy.^iA^trpi^:  |ser iiipnon ylheAs^cdnd; ^oiiun^ylox  C];i ristAAA HeAstoidvho\y.;;U  .^puldAgovoiiAh :i|s!;sii^  fiessj;;:^iid^.^AAhiktY^  ysffu lid A;;'������ ii i ���>���'*��� i-j ivnm pe t :Z-a n d ztini e v  would AcA)iilf?,Ato''-endAv;AvHe--cles5:  ci'ibed '���'��� tliiJAliori'or^APf: 'the-Alost  ���:;ii.idAtheA;jbys; of ���'-���ihps&v^nteu'sity^:  aiid fie brpu'ghtvJiis-.peoi^'tqV'a  gi:ahd.Gl.iiiiaxywhenvsuddeiily'ythe::  spnuclApf A a; AtfumpefAlsinpt^-vf he,;  ears'of the'Amxipu'sAthi-pngsAV; <A  A 'riiei;e.was: a';Ygreat Vsensatiqn,  and lintPy'fell upoii   their   knees  ihAterrOr : and: ;bpgair toArepent  and ,prayA���", Wonian sicreainecl'tind  '.strphg.'.nien;^groaned: pandeiiion-  itiin was let loose ipr-a''fe-W;:min:  utes.' After the terror'had. soibe-  AvhalceaisedAthepreachea'. called  to a rnaiiAup . a.vti'eeAancl' he;^de-  cendedA,with 'a .loiigA tin.vhoru,vi.ii'.  his* hand!.;" The   speaker - then  Zurned in  fierce^-wratb   and - up-  ibraided'Athe ���people!'   v:He Acried  oiifvin stentoriab, tones 'that', if.  if "nan with a'tin-horii'; np aA'tree  Mouldy frighteiv .tliem   so. A how,  would it'be in the last great end/  w hen Ga briel.As, mini pel sou ndecl  .a  ������He  .is   cleeplyvroligiinis;   'pro-'  ioiindlV   ie'iiorani;   (lull., obstin-, ....���  ,        .,     r,_.  '���.   ���      ' ZV AIA   -    y   ���-���;. ,-;   ....  the knell, of the world., The ser-  a-le .'"bigot ea--. ������������.. line eanly  -oi    his- ,   ���      ���:���������..-.;   ������������'..,...���  ,'.,      ���   ; .������,   :  A;'- v-.^       -.���'--, ���,, ���* , :*   :���;��� , A, ���     inon had a ureat eltect: npon.ythe  ���habts:   iospitab ���>���. hoiiesfin   his. ���       ..    -;...-���   ,      .,.   -     ��� ,  ��� ,    ,,-,  . ,      ..   ���   y  ' ���,,-        .".f: '   ������,';,, ���Zviistiitidieii6e...aiut manyhund-  (I'li.   ii��'w'.tlr the-wnite.   ,a-nard':: ,Z    A       ���' '1." ���'���  .���   ���'  ,-������   -i  ' :f       r , .. ., ."���"'���     .:���������       . ������ ��� reds' Hocked   to  the   front   and  ���11 last in-'.- to' 'iris., .-nlaek   s<.<rvau.is;   , v   c ,,,.,,,,-..       ���  ������ ������ . ���       ,     ,'��� ���   :. -     1   ,;..  ���'." 1 wen* converted.'   ���..-  ..la/.v., ii, good   shot, .good, liorae j ^ ���������'.       ,- ��� .   - .  ���..    ��   ,;.,''   ���  i-iiaii.*������addi.cferl" tii "I'lojiticai1   iiid>*.A.���,���"'.^^A '���_  ���   .'���'A   .   .���''���'���..  ,.-"'--,:  jieiiiience.  a ��� .jri>o<I   h'.isba.n'd- ;ind ! ~^s^^^\ ??���'  father: -noi.-lond   of   he.rdiiig..' to1  i!i-ill<r      Ijji.  geth'er .in iowiis. ;r>u';,. lilcin.  seclusion, and'  remote ties.-   and;  solitude and..empty.vastness aliclj  ���uience of(.fhe  .vehir.:" ;i   uiaii   <  -fi-  f '       '"'i.-Vt   'Tim l>,->fl: c.'iiL'iiri.'i ono litimlrM init  ,.0^ -^r^li' I'-ti i.t ti,',' !*'*l luimornuH   rt'citiil.ion��.  t-^'V'VlV     W t-iiilinviiit'tlu' hVuro, Yankee. Irishancl  Mt^fi* "A" 'B r*'--.'" ���liii'l'-"1'. l��'ilrin i.nwi! ami v.:rs(.?,  C^VV"*.-.yy        fi w v.',-',l   as liinnnmus   ..'Oinl'OHltlons  of  -�����.'���:.������. ,     3 .'very kln,l aii,l tl.iirarter.   S.-nt.  imat-  -.V.        �� )jg p .id,   wiLli t.ur lllustrat.'ti ^'italo^ui.of  mighty appetiiO. a'iii.l;.iiot delicate;'  'about-what-lie appenses iy with--- |  ���  well satisfied' with 'pork. ' Indian |  corn- and .biltong,, reqiijring oniy-;  . ..that ilie quantity .shali .'n<..t-"b'.*.  ���stinted:   willibg' t."   ride- a. long'  journey to taice a.Jiaiid iii a   rude ���  .alliiiglil:: d;i.!K-e iid erspi.-.rsed !-V;ii,h'.  \-i<!-o."bus fcedingf-and y>oi>.'ierous ���  jpllily. ��� bi.i!     li-iidylo   ride   IwieeA  as ' far ', for   .il    prayer   mcefiiie-: ���:  ju-o'ud of- his dutch   aiid    l.lugiie-  not. 'origin and '.'tis   reiigious , juid '  in iii fury   history:1   proud   nf   his  race ncliie Venn-ills in   Souili . A f-  riea     its bold ������plunges into host iie  A an'd unchartered deserts in search-  of free solitudes uiivexed by   tin.'  postering'and   detested English.   .  iilso ils victories over the natives���'���  aud 1 lie British q; proudest of   al 1.���;'  ; .HuIinHfoii .V IiI��F��rlanc  I VoiikcSI..        Toronto, t'nu.  m  '!:.,i^,r  It  m  3  n"-,'y^/-;'\.  \     Si'    'rl-t'-i}'    t?J  ���?-.��� '*i,  -,   ���''���     -'^       *'*���     *''    '<���''������   I I'i'*',  frtimUl && hvi0^& ���j  4*, THERC. i.iA?��'.l W.'-.l'. r-tr PhiK 0T( O.  f* tilH E, I trttiUKr. I 05, !��X-i,.ii/.L, !iJ  4' VH.".T   paiK-KI<-I.ES.W!i.L S3i. (?*;- <��;  $ lievs:.  \ lookout for imitations and sub-  t stitutes. ' the,genuine bottle  t bears the name,  ���  \        PERRY DAVIS & SON.  Ti-iK sunvi'iyou's ciiaix, it.M^ir. ���it 'rnio shoktkst '������������ ������������  ;..<���,   V,..-���/;.M';i::.\xi3cox'i'!N'.i."'.K'rA',.i'...;K.oiJ'rii;.   ���">... -. y' ������'",'���'._  ,-. A.TtyVis the- i:,iost,,,iii(iilei-n iii or|iii|)i]ioiil,; it", is Ilio lumvioHl; -rsiiltiil li.iio'.,  ���it'liiiii a, rock-h;illiisl.;i-o:ulbed: 'it.ViM-o^scs .liii-siiii'd i'Iosci-Ih:. it. was built,  without, u' litiul gi"oit, (ir gove'i-iiini.'i.it'uifl: it, is iioted for coni'tcs.v of its  cinplnvesAit   is'.tlie only lino'.'serving. iiwa-ls im. th'p a, l;i���'i.-ui'to plan. '���  THHOt:0;lT..THK ("ilAAN URS'i:' Si'KXKftV' IN  AM liK.'i;CA'''  .���    Aay    rv' i)avi.k;ht. y ; v.. ...    ��������� >- ���������:.;���  ���'or  FORT STKKI.K uiifl the KAST. IviWTKXAY M 1 "N KS. -Wockl y : .  .'-"SUigo   ri-oni  KidispAll.    Stoiiinlioal  (���(iiiiiminycations I'l-iini .loiiniiig.s  ������ ���iiui,iiit!'"Sninnicr. ; Quickest iiinf tiost  route "to .-ill  parts of t,he .United  ."''���A    ,St;ites.  Kastern ('.'anatlii sini'l, lOunipe.        ' >.  ..':���'������'      For /maps, tickets and' complete information call or address  nearest, iijren'tj or .,-: ���...:,."    ..'. .    .  (���.(I.DlXON.GoneraZAsi-enl,   ' ��� ''..F.hWHITNKY". Ci. \'.\ and 'T.Ky.  Spokane A Wash.    : ���   . St. Pn.ul. Minn.  ii  tf  99  SF1EEP CREEK,aB.'Ca;;?^  a '   a ���A First-class Accommodation for Travellers.   -^ ��� A  vv  'A   -    ,'��� A"A ','Iiyer.ythi'ng''; Nevv-Ai    ���/.���"������  The  Windermere. Stage  Stops   Both "Going  iind  Coining.  I'i  ���A  The Best   Writing  Machine  T1JK- ONI.V  INTERCHANGEABLE  STEEL TYPEWHEEL  lilogiuiUy   Illustrated.  < .'iifiilugiio  A        \Avt-.    ���' ���  AddfRss Ed'gar A. Hill, Manufaclurer, 94-96 Wendell Street, Chicago  Fort Steele  :������ iYXt/^it  any  FUJ5SH   iiiid ; SALT,, M.EATS-; ALWAYS  .    f;  ' .   ,     .:.'���"���'      ."      ON"HAN.D.''  ilOB^ON & ROGERS, Prop's. .   A"  l'Yesh Hii'lihut.   Salinon, S;tlinon Trout, .Bologna  .S;msa<re,  Buller and Eggs.    Fish antl Game in Sciison.  Ri verside Aveauc,  Fort Steele, B. G. , THE PROSPECTOR. FORT STEELE,   B. Ci DECEMBER 2-AAmi  �����J=  '���flf5 "^t.* '"?#.*' ���*.?,*' ^!��.* m.�� "if.*",'".f.* 'if.'*' '*.?* "t|.* it" ''tr;* '^fi* '^f.* '*?!*  *li-i4��- .������*A.��4<'. vf*. .��#*..��ij*- *#>. .*���#*..���'#*..��'#���'.>���*. ' ' ��� A   cA  ���Q* ^^* ���^���^^^ �����.��� ^-^ ^*��^ ���.^ ���-������ ������-��� �����** *.����� ��������  *��?��.#."���-<���.��-1��.�� ;���!��.��.'lt.��"-��? >|." '*.�� :���!���.��'^#.��  ���*.-" ���'-:.: i|  ST:"  ftft  ftft  AAltftft  : '. .  ftft  ���'���'������������.;-*  "'ftft,  ���,; -. ,tt y'  ������ -j.:#*  V't   ������.-'.  ���������>;*"#*  ftft  A,.." ���'������.   ,  A A'ftft  Y.'A --''.:',  AAA ftft  iftft;  ! :  '' ', ���'' V   '  P'A'ftP'A  AAAA;A  ���>0M0  -:ift0  '0ft A:'-  the mining center of the bistrict i  V** **��.^ ��JV ���;��� ��V ���;*��� **.*��� ^"<�� ���Zm- ���*>;�����*��� ���%* ��v�� *���:������ ������:��- *���:�������� **Z***  '.���:'' 'Ir '.%y '.$* :'.t* /#N -fi* 'fv-'C?* *;���* '4* '-9* '.%*;'.%*' ;*.#y *#.���"  ���%�� �����*<*. **.'*���. ^*��* ��> ���������. ���%t *y, ��"������ ������*������ <���>?�� ���>  '���������������:- �����*...#*, ���,  ��i-��-��i��'' -  '    a, '.,'���'' ' '���,'���'''"''.'A"'   , >���*��� *���*- '���'--  -������'';..���'-i'.v   '������?#T7|i?r.'"  ���Y'Z     ' ��� "    A,YVYAV'4fciJfc.   :,,;,  ir.. ..-ii., ���'������':.,  TflV*?...,:,.':  'iJt'Afe.A-'-,.'  .^t^i ������.".'���'  ������.��.���?:���*�����  . -.#��. ..'I'..  :twa. -  ;��'  . SHAUCHNESSY HAS SO  WZ|  llilllsll^^  ���:'ZKA^::^'-:A'YYV:Y>:r:'ft^^  K*. 'Z'  :V'.A.;A..Z  Z-A   '���.- 'y'ftAA,. -.'-'A- y'A  Il-vA'-.*;1  fez  IA#A  A;'A*n/vA.iA  '06i0 00't'00AA  lA'fv  f-Y ?i:  s,v,-'z'i*z;  sit  tAlAiy00H  ���WV^.;;^.  ^���iAA; '  ,)AVz  0-b0  Y;Z,:V  0 -A. A.  iA�� -yy-yAyy',  AAA,  ���������'���J:  0:  |A.A  AzPAa  'AAA  ���.'',; ���*"  ���:,��.-:  :-::-''i>;  |o yy'.*'  '��� 'V'A' 0  "mn  A .0.''-  ::CA'U  |oA:  :z'-aa';z  ������''''���"''������'".A"'-'' ��� ��� A*'  -,;   a- -.^  i'i ���.*��-.  >���' A:'A    -tl  .y :��� '-y-.-'-yA'. : 'A  A  A:,V:'y:A-KAY|;  aAyAyZZS1  'AAy:i'Aiy  FORT   STEELE   is the Point of Departure of Stages to the Wonderful  ��* u *  Windermere  Country  '4 Choice Resident and Business lots from $100 to $250.  Titles Guaranteed.    For Particulars Apply to  Easy terms.  B. A. Blton  ���*�� a  V  -^  ^ws  CTT n  b *4 M ^ a .����/ < THE PROSPECTOR,, EOETASTEELE,: B. C. DECEMBERZ";z ]y0  Tiie Ganaciian BaiiK oi 60  Z',;v,'.A:..;'yA. ;        : (HEADyOFFICE TORONTO.) /;,"*  A'yJP&idiyUp^  AHoxAuica A.yCox, ^President. ��--.'..  [ "-'[y-y  ': -'ty;'-- [AlAfC. WAljtim, Uciu Man;  gold;dust purchased,   aal   a hong;kong Drafts sold.  'EXCHANGE oii ali i>a'rts;:6f tliewor^ - A A     ,'  z ALo!hdon 'Agents^-the Bank of Scotland.  ;pprit ;SteeieAB Cirarttorbok Bratiches  tit A 0yliptytytt0' W AH/SMYTHE,' M^ ;.A  ���������."-���     NOTICE.' .   -y  ......'I'ii U(fjn".li<:i'iliiii. 'f.Kil.'il Sliiilh'ii/ti'm'K'iii:.'  moiilli :iri.ci .(iiili'.-.l.,) si'iiiliT :iiijilli':7tl'iii''l<i i��:   ���  I'liiisi-ilir r.ilii.v.i.n:.' Isi ml'  liiS;iiil.li Kust Koui. -  l.'ll.V vi./V1   Y .,       ���,    '....���. , .'-.  "..'. I'ouniU'liHlJi! ill ;i ]iuM. l.lliMK'il lll'lir i.li"  lifli'lll AVftM ('i)l'-liiM' .iif . <'ll��ilV(''-|.l,tl'-ll''l,ill!.''s,,lin,T-  i-'ii-.iVlion: ilii.|ii:iviiiirr.l)':MiClin ins: Ihciicc.pm>',  ill I'ilirlnS: 1 lirjirr slilll.ii^ll cllilills: MicIh-V; i'iisl,  'Jlloliuiiir. in the' jjlun't-*r.t":l>t:i_'iiiniii^, ','  ���n'uti.'il lit I'Vii'I/.SlvoIi::. M. I '.'tliis -Jllil  'lliy   nf  l-ii-fnnil'n'ir. I WW:;,' ������' - '���' A-1-!  ��Jje i^vo^^ctov[  .���.SATURDAY, jpiKCtJMBKK-'il. 189'J.  .;'.. "... AA'-     NOT1CJ2.  <  .N^itieeAis hereby; ^:iveny tliat.tlu*' following' applications for li'-lieohse Id Vre-  tidt liquor, will lii..\'(iiisiili.*iv<!.  iit   tin.'  next,. iiK'L'ti'ii'j  of  the License <,\iiniu(��-  ���si'oiK'itf'.of .South Fast 'Kootenav-.V tolull ekl' in    ('i^uilirii.ik.; : l>(y('i.*liiliri- V.liiti.i,  .lsiiO: Y ,;-V; A A;"'\AZy   A:,y..liA"y:-AA yyA  .  Kohert. MArhoi', Fort. 'tftecli*': ; I turry  bryuv  Foi.'t   Siot'le:  DV M<*Ni'isli: Fort.  .Steele: Ylahyes ���;���( 'ai-ml'. .Ivi'uilinrlev':. ���',���  "J.,.-. ���.,< g a toss, - '������' Iv i. ni ticn-lp %���: ;-���"- :'fcl itri-y AVI) tew-V,  lvi!nliArl^y:.A;nAZAi-.inill).A-'AVijii ''Horse;  (l.iA).   Ihi^gai-lliA K.lko;:- AU><?i't A Siutv..  Tiv;tcyA;;A\Vi;uAA;8i:iVwa'rt. A^<'ri , ^leolet  NVooilfoi'il A;yf:l.idlanu.y:VVaiVlnci'i'r.t'oi't  Steele Aloj'C!inti!eiV'A,V*hole^;il^;Ci'atiJ  l;i-bok-,.y.I.a^iH*s.Sh.ititA <.,U-Uuston:   (yJcnr^o  A;A 'VA'A'A A;';; -A���ZAA'AA ���, yAA'A 'A'; ':j -: 3.: 11 > jr jir"i i i* r. li'.. ��� t -'^vi'i Vi I >i.?��">*��|5 ��� .';V;.'' ������ A- AA ZZZZ: v  ���AGAvFYH^niii^i^  A   LOC A L N'EWS ,,NOTES.;;  ;v!l(J.;:E. Mivisgrave'Alius;''disposed  ';:.qX;'''J His" ';.;'i ritei;est:-;". i !ii'' (/-the'.A'^loy.'ie  y:IAiead(3i'A to Ap.A'J. ylieahyv y;; 0'-  ,. Mti^ra vewi 11; Itsave... 'for,; Michigan, in a ijewdays. ; y-  A A.A. A-'yA  '���h: ���;;.; ���;: 'y "-������":���:-,* '���Y' :.������';.-- '���"' "' ��� A A'' yy;' V .Ay;--'- .yy ���  riy See Eiersha\v"^iiew Aad v'ertiSe-  :'iiient:On.P'igGyrJiA;.Az;'i;,Av:v:,i;:A;V'.::--v;vA  A Good Sideboard and Dining  Room Chairs will  be  sacrificed.  ;[nquii;o..of:,RAG>:ASH-ikKAAZ ;;���*..;,,  ���'Joseph -T. :Laidlaw vleft: for An  -trip, to,Toronto and ���oth'er.'At>ii.st-  ern Alti^syyesterdaj:;' A'.  ''y.yZZ-  yA Joe; Ta^nhaiwer. :; Watch nni ker  a nd d[ e. >v pier, ���-" o ppos i t^��; tli e. Post  Oftict;:    >\l,i. work guaranteed.Z":f_  rMrs, SY^EziUuimickA returned^  iroiii ii :visit-to; rriends^itY \Vas'T^  ihstoh:diivThuiv;dav.Av AA'AvAy   A A  Ay'Av.vANOTlCE..y \A  , i -'('aii^'iMilli-'u lliat.I.'. K. C. Siiill.li.' I.iiluiiil. on,;  nion't'li lifter dati.'. lo mj<lit- Yii��t'iU-siLioii  10 p'ui;-  oliust! tin: folloHiiii,' hint] in .Srnitli Kust Iv'oiiu'-  'niiy.vizV   'AA   .   ���-: .'       ;A:���V.       '���<*���.  '.!.        '.������-.���   v  ConimeiK'niu'iiI :i ��� liiist'lihinlt'd :i.ln,in,., r.'il  clicilns wi.'.st.of tnesdiitli ('ast I'ortier ol l'ieoi'��i;  I'ii'kei'iu^-s. prii-unipUoiii'" Thoiide sontli ti)  ehniusi tlu-nc't-Miuki ll?chains: tln'neti iini-lh , 10  ciialns:' yt.lit'iK.'?-. ��-t.'M:. in. chains to tlii!'pliii'ij nf  l.i.'(,'iiiniii>:.���'...��� '���;'���',,...       ;.,,;.,���:.. VV  hm.Kl sit Kori. StccUi.' I'.'."0. tliis /'nil tla.y or  Doccinbcr, iWlii.;   ',,.''��� -.Ay    '"���" ; ���'��� AA)   li'-l   y:  /GlirigtBias,:'^  iProfessJofia.I:  ���Xi^siit^iiii^y  NORTH   STAR   LODGE  ' FOirr s'I'kki.k. n. c.  . .,��� v :.:kov-30. a.*;.':      ������,;;'  A.  F. AND A.M.       G.R.B.'Ci  ;,   HfxtiUtr��� im.'Otiiiss���1st, . TiiV'silii'y. ig   ly.iryi  inmiili :ii. eliilit o'eloclc.     Vl.sliins Ilrcilii.Tii 'aris .  uordiaily invi'tcil.    '" '' V  '":.'��� A.''.\v; Ili.KAsiiKi.iASijcretary:  FOKf fjl'KKI.K  pKVKI.OPMKN'T SY,.VIJKJATE LTD  ;   138 LiL'iidii'nhall Street."l.oiiilon'. KiiVliind^.'.'  NiVAAwALLINGEB,       ��� FORT, STEELE.  Ay V- >6'ST"0'PKJCK''l��bx.8,; '��� -A -'"yA'.iy  n  Have  &rrlyed kndi ar& now  a  ;'-\va:'oh9Wednpsday.;AAAHe .will riM  Atiirh^in aboat;th"refe������ weeks'/;v','" ��� ;  ���: ��� .-;:jy:yy:i'!y.:Y,.y'.; y yy. :yA-���.y !&.yy;A ���''/';.;;--��� ;V-oV':y  A;.ZvNfe\v^\vaU-:'paper^aT CstnavsA. AAy ,;  Ay i[0pu t e.-;C ji v I '001 u rntjd Ati'0 lii;;; a:  ������ z'ilvi'i I'g; tA'i pA loy Toitf j lit o'A o n A' Sato r-  Avdiiy^'&st. AAHer^j.i()i;ts'e  fy]n-osperous: ihZivhe^'iEastr-'butYis;  A 'glad A Co gfe tAhVac kvvriw'yVyB''brt* VStepleA  v^again'^here* the money;-is.;  \a�� Av.AAAGet;;VotirA:Ghri'^tiiai  turkeys,  A|AAA.aA ��h ickejiigv arid1 cl rick!? ~.iii;. 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AgentAl.iirperial Insurance Co..]  MADE  FROM  BLEMDED HARD WhEAT s  ^ALBARY FtliR  ���is THE MO^T W^6t^oMyi  :;���;.;;. <>v ���;��� ;y. .y> ���-���".  .':-.'���- '���',;.- ���������������,������. )\-6,   ''yy -'y-Ay ; 'Ay ' ���;., ��� '���; ���'.,'..;",���   ',;;���';; ''ls:,v 'AAA; -y-y'  ':--,  yy-; yy-yyy.. .T;y:.,;",. ;,���-;;,.��� y.-yy';yp,YV'.V.. y.-Y';*-'YV;:*yy--;r,:yj-''-���';-.'.-���;..., y;y y -:-yy.: Y*��.y yy.:<,',>. ,..;-.-  &$PI^  0iH&  .'::'. : .\.-r,..'.'V.';v'.' a ���":���''';:.'���';; '.'������'���-���..-';   ~^'A-y ' -��� , UA\ ���' '��� fz-A - (,',''za.,"y!"'A- .:    ������.:, .���-.. ,;. 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PROMRt��y��.'' MADEVA  y-AW-fJ  i'A'l  .A ;br.AHiggins:Aatsi:iu,o|;:ex-S]')ea:lv-;  Aer Higgins, lias settled at; Movie  to praeticeyhis^ ^I'oi'essionA.'    A,,; A  A, Gahiiy ���:��� &-', Co. lias;y feceived  aAlargc;assortinent;-of Ghristinas  goods, .consisting of toys, books,  -siLver, novelties etc.,y y Av "  '"P.Illl;W. ABarnes weiitAto 'Fernie  on '"'.Thursday'.;-; A��A A; AA-A "A   '  VA  ���:-.-;-.;���:������������  :-     1-^    .:-';,'" -���--���:��� y-.;:   :y A .���*���.."-���,  -'���'' See Kershaw'?;liew advertise-;.  ,'nien.tAc>.n'~pagev"v.' A..������ '���������':.���.        Aypy  1 ;Proni. nowpii thi.'Vd'ays will be  .longer, gaining one ah inute,each  dav nntfl nPxt .1'iiiie. .,���,   .: '������'���    '  Sii rring "0y��py iytliAppi 0:^01  WarA;.TirriesA-AAAA-;A;z'' 0 'A'Aa- 'AA  zAt.Ayv*^  war ..'iitt'wti'. y .VSyoii: will ,;lii'ulihf iuVTJie  Wiiinipc^Ati'ibiuiu.Ai 0pi*ohtf(,iiri';tno-e-  nientis.. 'hiivu.. been coinpletcil,; liy Arhe  Tribumiiito'fJficiiruy.iihc vei-y vfullo^t and  1119*1, roliiihle news ���froirf.\tliii,seiiVof''\v(ii\  in Souili AVIVieu. ..';���' A A ������ - '��� A ;;A". A  ���,,��� A"' yoii' o-ijt your, inail even 'two or  three liinert.a week, The Daily Tril.iiuie.  will be found of great iiiterestV        '.;.,  -.., D6n!tY.for>rot r'that. iiYis iiKiiled.to'  tiny, afldi-ess for ;���'!:"><:��� .per inpntli. or $1  for .1 iiiontbs. v; ;  A : V;: . Y  ... A V  A  The Weekly Tribune"      A-*  A'l.'iio" u'j'eut. family iiewSpapor iind  farmers' friend���KiVpager-.l 12 tjbluinns'  (ifVi-C'iiding''matier each issue-"is mailed  from.iiow to .laniuiry l.yliiOl. for ,. ���  Only One/Dollar.  'V " tt contains theVeomplete war. 'news  of thZuZek. ::....,��� './ ">���;��������� ���''-���.,_!'���'.  . ���' The, ��� loeat <;-ener;il eleeiions for  .Manitoba are at hand. Tlie ���������Dominion  i;lt.>i:tio,iis may not be very far iiwity.  Don't be, misled witli garliled political  repoi-t.-f. Subk-i-ibe for The.'Triliiino.  whieh publishes" tl'i*!- actual ,1'aets and  a.llow.s tin;' pi.'.opleA'to 'juclgki, for thenf-  ves. -Address all or.devrs to  CANA!^;S;A||iATIONAL fHIGHWA^  jX'me^ieirs^Gi-eiil.'Trkpsikintinenti  Sz^rZ'^  World's Pictpriail Koiite  .;���';' Gives theonly dii-eiji, seryiee;froiii; ���-.'���'���������  T��a.si"APA0Pti-.0AAt'A'A0  .Ayyyy  <c:.y:y.y:  ')&A  . ,   .., Wly0PP^Atm;pAg0:   ^AzSuch^Aa  fineAAldtvAof AgMd  yy,Y-*..'-yY.y ���!f;yy-":Vyvy,.|,v-;j*yV;-:'V'yyVy.A'Vy.-,vv-y-:v-y';.'sv.-:Vyvv:',ifr  ,+pp pjrhpfnrA'��^:yYY-V;,:v-i',:y^V.iV'-'��.:V-:"yy.y::Y..;,y.y'^K,.?r.yyv^ .:.,,. ',:������.,..,���,.,���  SteeleAbefdret  A-A  A   Such .'another   epiisigu ine'ut   of  fowls was "never before  seen   in. ��  Fort Sterile 'as is'now  being  re  Acelve'd by Robsqn��vAKbgy'rs. .'*. * j The Tribune: Publishing Co.,-;'*  ���    ;~- '",    ,.   ,    ' ;���'!���"'������ '���;     '���"'��� . ������ '  '���  -    Winnipeir.  A   The re. wil'.Abe. ^ .Vletliodisl' ser- j  ,;-���...      ��� ������- ���  vice .Ih '.the PresViyteViitn   church j .. ....       ..P .)... ...^ AAA..'.. .  Z - ���������  011 SundiiyaiZ; [).   111.   preaching!    ..'    .. A    ���-���    ,     -    -.  bvRi'V    (A   F.��� Smith.' i   ..At.'Ooe.VTS .wiHAbe rendered up to i:ho  ' -.y  ���,. .jA'.nd of t hi. y.-ar. and prompt sct.tli'ilieiit  '   ..Piano For Z^al.-.   (Aheap:      In-! is d.-sired.       ;A  qitire of R. -.(I.Shikw; ''        *.| .-'   ���. ���'  Z ; .      In:c'" U'ATT'   ''' ��'  Thomas   Rader   of..JMoyie was ���   . _  in town on Thursday.  Air. 'Rader,    (,luni i^.d.i,-��������� aMl| Minre l"ies Aiirten  was   one   of   the*bOHeiiciaries oi. j havV. ,(Il(J c.jr,.(.t,n].K)n uie small b(>y who  the Lake Shore deal. , !OVl.rim]ul^-n inth.-m. A-l-'aiii-Kilier as  " ���'      ������'..'���'       .        I a   household ��� iiirtlii-iiie���' for  such  ills is  See KersliaAv's new, ad vert ise- j u,i;.,jil.dl(,(1,.   ,vvoid sn hstitutes.  there  111ent.onpa.go ;i. .  'W.    Tn   Raiitrii.   ..formerly   -of  .Cl-rantn-'ook. lias Aipeiii'd   a   hotel  ��� at  Pheoiiix   whi'.-li   he. call'   lhe  Columbia. , ''..'���.  Lciirfc'yniif 'orders- early   for  I)<>uItj-.v wish 1,'otison  A:   Ivogers.^  'Pile supply is large  but   the   ile-j  ii'Uiiid is lai-gei'. ���. I  Al. A. .[.'.teale was in Halifax on  lhe 10th iiisl..     ';.'.  ] i- liut uni- , I'.'iJii-K'iili'.r. 'I'eiT.v   Davis'.  -in;-, and fiOc   ' ���    ���  NOTICE.  .-. A,,.},,., ..(j ��� nii.,:t ini.' of the member's  of 1 iie'Koot'-iiay 1'lull has been 'railed  fur Tuesday llie l'.ith . Di.-eeinber next.  ji;   ,s   p.   in.      A   lull membership is re-  i'|iie>'i'll.  .      . M;'A.   DKAI.I'!.  Seel'ellll'V.  yAy ��� A "AA.,.- A'To: allyPoin ts ; ;;���; VZ ^ '^A  :EAST":i;^nd^.;wE.sT;  Fi rst ���-GlassA SleepersAAY- ya''- AyAa  '    y    -        A     on Aall Trains  AtOUftlST' GARS pass; Medieine"' Fat.  -Dai ly: for'' St.... 1'auXA ���'.��� Sii ndays',iif 1 d  Wediietiday's for:Toronto,    t^ridays  A A  for' Montreal and; Boston. .,:���_ A.;, yy  yWestbqund DailyATraiii Eastbound  S..01 icavesnl;>jrt.St,eeleAi;et leaves 1:'.. 17  8.44 '���-'���������';������' A   '   Cratibrook        -" ''"   1^.-1")  "��� ���' ���'��� ��. AA  ;'��� '.'',������.      ..* :-   - . :   -Z  Goinnects Tri-weekly ������..at.. AMa-  cleodvforGalgai'y"iind AlMihthiton  .'and Daily ,at.. Med i ci ne-*. Hat f6 r  all points EaS'i^^- ���5'-\'   ;   ;   ;  ,.���,'. ' ������: ��� ���' '��� '      '   ' '   ���   . ���  . ���.' ' '" *.-. y ���   . ..  ,, ('dnneefst^iiily ,:it Ivoiiteiiay biihiliiiy-  i'or all [lointsin "WestVIvobtotiay; Sloe;in  and Boundary Districts.'and foi' I'aoilie  (V'oast and .Mainline t'oints via IbA-el-  sioke..       ��� ���.. ;     -A' A ,,     ..; y  Through Tickets Issued aiid  Baggage Checked to Destination.  CHEAP RATES to tlie OLD COUNTRY  For rates'���and, full in formation .address nearest local sigonl-. or '..  .1':. W. GltANK, . I'A M. NIKDHUJIST  Airl. Fort Steehr .IclA   Agt. Cranbrook.  VV. F. ANDIOIJSOrv .:. 10. '.}. COVIJ''. ,  T.I'.A.. Nelson.  aAg.I.'.A.. Vaneoiiver;  d  Fort Steele, Granbr6o.k^^'.F^yard_iier.  Fort   Steele  ^y  Look nut  for  the . new. atl'ver  liseineiit of Cann *v Co., page s.'  I I ^R POPULAR SONGS  I fi>"��tlT   prinl'-tl ami  ln.nnd Jn nw.   voluin'i.     A  t CiAini ���ollT.i.inn of Minir*! C*-m^. *Tit.h.-irnt.*l. p.if Ti-  )  -li��'. mmir ; a verftihk trcniury of Mir worM'jt jinpii-  !  .ir un.!   W-*uMful   snti��i   f rlrr.   Id c<*nt *. p'Nt;.\i<l.  I Jo.*.:.--,iuN* 5r'-F*iti.A.vn,7l Von^nrit.. l'��jr(.MiU>,C'*n.  H.-'AliiEA, Proprietor.  Riverside Avenue, Opposite Post Oi'iicc. ,  \*%i^\l*Wwi;i���\^��&%~\,^\^\)^\i*l\iW*ii^\W  y.yiii     .-    ���������.'-���,;    '-���.-'':    . .V.  ���������������:. v.w."  '*������.'',���.���.������ .���;.��� ���      -."������.   ;'���...���.(..������,:������   *���   ,    ���'     ��� --.i... \,,-.- ���������, ,���������-.'���.' Y; ..:    Yy;f^-y"..    ' m-r  Ml'  M  m.  w  w  w  m  W:  W-  ���mi-  ^A  m  1:  w  m-  "rn-  w:  .'*���:  w>  m  w.  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A'y  i  ml  * .lAl  ill  'v ;4l  .c3t  "M  0:  M  M  01  m  DRY   GOODS  GLASSWARE  HAY!   and    OATS;  nd CROCKERY ^  AP-     *  p   m  y ���*'  w  ;*'  KIMBERLFYiAB. Q.  'the 'Finest' Liquors ;;nd  C.'i^iu-s and; l.iest Fiirnished  ..ltoonis in 'I'ou-nA .-.     . . ...���   .  J.   I.   GATES,   Prop.  IS  near'aaiazhand'  Don't Delay  '!"(��   ^<-;t your J^hoto   t;iken  at once to send to your friend.  I  l.'Ud.b       PHOTOGRAPHER  FORT STEELE  Ai\  ���A\\  .���Am  V,

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