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The Prospector Jan 18, 1902

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Array f&&  &riivirirLruiri'-inrijinj\nririnsiniTs\.& _,  g       MINKKAL   PRODUCTION   OF  CI FOKT STEKLK MINING DIVISION  31  IN   11)00      $2,746,869  ..C  #��riHn5iInjfi!rui-n!nJT5iHh^  Usaortlor'a UtUmi  %  /  ��?  &*urinnnru-uitnj-innjxiiru-i^^  MINKKAL   PRODUCTION  OF      g  IJRITISH   COLUMBIA IN  IKK)  S16,407,645  Voi. S.  BORT STBBBB, 73.* C, S-A TURD A Y, JANUARY 18, 190t3.  No 8.  New Advertisements To-day.  J. D. Prentice, Acting Provincial Sec...Page 6  ,e<r��f*������*S��fc**ft**tfr fr*^  MINERAL FLOAT  3  An expert must keep in mind  his own reputation and the interest of his employer.  ��� Mining affairs in the immediate  future' depends upon ' legitimate  supply and demand.  The prime test of the suitability of any locality for the reduction  of ores  is  Ihe cost of assembling    the    necessary    raw  ' materials.      ' ���  ,  A strike of oil is reported" in  the Kintla Lake district' in Montana.  The year 1902 certainly  looks  good toms from a business stand-  '. point. r  ��� The shipments of ore for 190i  has been computed at 25,000 tons  i'or  the entire  district pf (south  - East Kootenay..  ' Thooprospector has been, fbusy  during the past .year making  no  less than 000 locations of quartz  claims.  ,  "'Several men are* developing  placer ground on Wild Horse  'creek.  During the past year the'St.  Eugene mine at Moyie shipped  11,000.tons of concentrates.  7 The North - Star mine has a  force of 15 men tit work. This  force will be increased as fast'as  men can be obtained.  Grace has stuck to it through  good times and Had. He. deserves success. , ���. Vancouver  World. ,   0   .  ' New School Opened.  Under instructions from the  Superintendent of Education, a  school will'be opened at Jaffray  with Miss Jack, late of Kim'ber-  ley, as teacher. Miss^-Jack is  very popular, in Fort Steele  where she has many friends who  will regret fo lose her.  qjinjy^j-tnru-iiTruTru-uym^  - Late Telegraphic News  East Kootenay Stock.  0 Asked.  Crow's Nest C'oal...:".    *S0.00  North Star C   . 30  Sullivan  10  t== Silver-lead Quotations  New York, .Ian. 17:  Bar Silver ' :-..  .  Mexican dollar* ' '.  ���Lead". -. -,..'        4.  Copper.,.- .' v, ,       12.00  London.'.Ian.    I".���Silver,    '2X 5 8d  copper;, ��45 12s ��d: lead. ��10 7s.   Aid.  Bid.  *7->.00  i   22  55}  -Wi  The "St.   Eugene   mine  is en-  '- titled'"to be  termed , the  biggest  lead mine in America.  i. . It is reported that all kinds of  - silver, will be wanted during the  I nGxt tworyears by the mints.  The mining record of British  Columbia for the year  1901 -was  " a good one. . ���  ' -The toiinage of the" Boundary  district *for, the year 1901 was  380,000' tons.'     <'   ,' ~  If there1 is one town in this  district to go ahead during the  coming year Fort Steele will be  that town. ��**    .  *���' The erection   of a smelter at  'Marysville is having  a stimulating effect in mining all over  the  Fort Steele district.  The "low- grade ore of South  East Kootenay can be worked at  ,a profit.  Recent reports received indicate that the big mines of the  ���district will- commence "operations by the middle of  February. ' �����  Copper is produced in'the  Boundary district at a, cost of 7A-  cents a pound.   c        ; *    .  Early spring will witness the  resumption of mining operations  all over the Fort Steele district.  The building of a smelter at  Marysville will be a potent  factor iii the development of the  dry ore belt of the St. Mary-'s  district.  Market Conditions.    '"  Tlie point of interest' in the  metal market was the decline^in  copper.   ��� '   '      *       '   ��    ,  Lead dropped Is 3d in London  Stocks were quiet'.  The usual slackness of demand  which characterizes the close of  the holiday season, and the. advent of stock-taking is noticeable. ',  Trade <-? conditions. _ continue  to be satisfactory.  Coal closes . the year firmly  held at full prices.  Kind Words.  ���   There is every reason for  the  Fort Steele  Prospector  to  feel  proud.���..-It has  produced  a 10-  page   number   brimful    of    ex-  ���cellently written and  well  illustrated articles about the wealthy  district in   which   if circulates.  Dr  Hugh   Watt describes  Fort  ' Steele itself, Mr. W. Blakemore,  M.E., writes on the  mineral   resources and  prospects  of  East  Kootenay, the editor deals  with  Wild  Horse  Creek,   Mr.   C.   M.  Edwards tells  of  the   unlimited  water powers, and "My Emmie"  shows how pretty are the misses  in   East Kootenay.     The Prospector is the pioneer newspaper  of  South East Kootenay.     Mr.  Moyie Mining- News. <  Prom Our Own Correspondent.. '   <>  ST.   EUGENE. . ' '  The situation at the, St.  Eugene mine is much the same  as * it was at" the- close of last  year.1' A number of men have  been laid off, but others have  been put on', and the work at the  mine is steadily cprogressing.  There is no sign of starting "up  either at the mill or miue, all depends upon' the, price of silver  and lead. �� ��  '  AURORA.  At' present" but' little work is  being done ..on the Aurora, but  in'the spring it is the .intention  of the owners to resume operations and fully develop their  valuable property.   -���  SOCIETY  GIRL. c u  ��  The Farrel Bros are at present  and have beenall winter at work  on their property. They are  now engaged in sinking on the  ore body, and, report good progress. They, were for some time  troubled , with water,, but have  now installed a pumping plant,  and are now hammering away  in ore.  GENERAL  NEWS  NOTES.  Manager Cronin has returned  to town and is again in. his office  at the St. Eugene.  The lake has recently frozen  and the hockey enthusiasts now  have .their sticks in hand  Dr. Green, who was in Cranbrook during Dr. King's absence  has returned to Moyie, and Dr.  Brodie of Fort Steele has returned home.       l"  irutnjijuixuuinjtrn  Special to the Prospectoii. -   ,   ,,  BRYAN  TO  SPEAK.  Wayriesburg, Pa., Jan. 18.���  William ,T. Bryan, the free silver  champion, is in Wayiiesburg for  the purpose of delivering a public lecture tonight., Mr. Bryan  is brought0'here by President A.  E. Turner" of the state normal  school and his address will, be in  the interests of that institution.  INVITED' TO  NEGRO  CONGRESS.  Washington. D.-C, Jan. 18.���  President Roosevelt today received a delegation who called to  invite him to attend a yimng  negroes1' Christian Congress to  be held in Atlanta next summer.  The President gave a provisional  acceptance ' of the invitation.  The delegation explained, thai  the congress is, expected71 o bo  the greatest rsce occasion inflio  history of the -American ' negro.  Representative negroes of all of  the states of the South are numbered among Ihe' promoters of  the-movement, which also has  the support of all the religious  denominations having N colored  adherents throughout the United  States.    t 'v  resented.'-_.The convention which  begins Monday will elect a president, secretary and treasurer,-  an executive-'board and other  officers aiid'ilelegates to tile next  convention of ' the American  Federation'of Labor.  FOR   SERVICE   IN   AFRICA.  Fort  Steele Called Upon for Fifteen  Men.���A Noble Response.  ���TTTTTHTTTTTTTTmTTTTTTTTnTTTTTTnnnnTmTT'f-  % In Tunnel and Stope g  WORLD'S  CHAMPION-  SKATING  p        'SHIPS."  Geneva, Jan. 18.���Crack skat--  ers��from Austria, France,o Germany, Sweden, ..Holland and  other countries are, taking part  in the international, speed and  figure skating championships  which began todayJ at Davos  Platz. The two days', programme comprises the following  events: ��� rFive hundred, ."fifteen  hundred, five thousand and ten  thousand meter*'races for- the  speed skating championships,  and for the figure ' champion-0  ships pair skating contest, in-  terscholastic speed races and  girls' race, distance 500 meters.  SULLIVAN.  News received from Kimberley  during the past week is to the  effect that the Sullivan^nine wjll  si art up on February 4'lst.  MARYSVir^Ufi. <  z  *. i r  A new discovery of two feet of  galena is reported from Marys-  ;villo. The discovery was made  near the falls on Mark creek,  and near].the r location ot the  smelter now under construction.  PLACER  MIKING-.' ,  Messrs. Amine; Newall and  Johnson are - hard at work  tunneling and sinking Mo bed  d-ock on Wild Horse creek. The  main tunnel is now in "-Meet and  sinking has commenced. ,,A sot  of'boxes i.s now in position^ and  the gravel now coining from the  tunnel and shaft will be washed  as it comes out. The gravel  -prospects well in gold'.  ON  BULL  RIVER. ' ���       ���  nA small outfit have gone to  Bull ��������� River to look over the  ground preparatory to- working  placer' ground in that vicinity.  It is reported , that work' will  commence next week.   ,  MA.TOR  HOWE���"A,  VETERAN  OF  "      .    TWO  WARS".  The recruiting of fifteen -men  at Fori Steele on Friday last  was an indication that those in  charge of.the organization knew  where the best men for the work  required could be found. As a  result1 some twenty men were on  hand when the recruiting officer,  Major Howe, N.W.M.P., arrived  .The Major had no trouble in  getting the required number of  volunteers, who passed a most  successfurexaminatioiii'in riding  and   shooting,   and    were  pro-  MME.   BLAUVELT'S  'TOUR.  New York, Jan. ,18.���Interest  in musical circles,this week centers in the reappearance of;Mine  Lillian Blauvelt, the American  concert singer, who recently returned to this, country after an  extensive tour of the principal  European cities. She will be  heard tomorrow evening in Carnegie Hall. Following her engagement,, in this"1 city, Mme.  Blauvelt will tour, the country.  .She' will appear, among other  cities, in Chicago, Milwaukee,  St. Paul. Denver and Washing-,  ton. ' ' '     '  Card of Thanks.  Livingstone, Alb., Jan. 18.���  To The Editor: Mr. and Mrs.  Elton wish to thank their friends  through your columns, for tho  kind expressions of sympathy  shown lo them in their recent  sad bereavement.  Another Kootenay Pioneer Gone.  We regret to announce the  death of Mrs. Seelye at St.  George, N. B. Mrs. Seelye  lived many years in Kootenay  and was the wife of "the1 late Mr.  L. D. Seelye, the first Collector  of Customs after Confederation. 1100,000 organized men being rep  IN  MEMORY  OF  ROBERT  E.   LEE.  Richmond. Va..   Jan. IS.���Tomorrow is the birthday   of  General, Robert E. .Lee. ' . In some  parts of'the South' the' anniversary was celebrated today, while  elsewhere the, observances  will  be  held   Monday.     In   this city  the day is observed as a general  holiday.     It  is  also  celebrated  with a parade of the local companies of the Seventieth Virginia Regiment, and the firing of an  artillery salute by the Richmond  Howitzers.    Similar celebrations  under the auspices of the United  Confederation      Veterans     and  other patriotic societies are held  in Charlotte, Savannah, Atlanta,  Montgomery and   other   leading  cities of the South.  Jndianapolis. Ind., Jan. 18.���  Today witnessed the arrival of  most of the 1,000 delegates who  will attend the annual national  convention of the United Mine  Workers of America, which  opens in this city Monday. All  indications point to the most  representative convention in the  history of the organization, over  For .Opening of Parliament.  r .London,   Jan. - 15.���Arrangements have been  completed for  the   ceremonies ' attending   the  opening'of Parliament tomorrow  The King will  open Parliament  in   person   and   the' ceremonies  will be on a' scale, much more  elaborate than  last year.     The  peeresses are to have i!80  seats  allotted "them, as against 288 allotted the peers a rather anomalous distribution.      Ambassadors  aiid   their   wives   are   to   have  twenty seats, in lieu of forty  on  the  last occasion.     The judges  are cut down to twenty seats ��� on  the floor of the house. The south'  east and west galleries have been  assigned  to  persons  nominated  by .the   King,   Queen  and royal  family,   to  the  members of the  diplomatic corps not accomodated  below,   to wives  of cabinet  ministers and high officials.  The  two boxes, or pews,   at the bar  will be assigned respectively  to  Black Rod and  to  peers'  eldest  sons.    (In case there is not room  for all  the  peers  to be seated,  there will _ be-ample standing accommodation for.at'least a score  near  the steps   of   the throne.'  The members of  the" house  of  commons have  little cause  for  complaint, as they will have the  bar, their own gallery,   and   the  strangers'  gallery ,at  their disposal.       The   speaker   of   the  house  of commons   has usually  sloocl on a raised step at the bar,  but  this  is   to  be removed, and  Mr. Gully will be let  down  and  brought on  a plane  with   other  members     of     the     house     of  commons.     --Tlie   royal   gallery  will be used by holders of tickets  which have been  distributed  to  members of both  houses proportionately, and  this   will   accommodate some five hundred people  who will bo able to view the progress of the royal procession.  It,  is hoped   that such regrettable  scene.-, as took place last  February   in   the   lobbies of the house  of parliament will obviated  by a  larger  proportion   of   members  repairing  to  the  house of lords  before, the speaker is summoned.  nouueed as fine a body of,men as  could be gathered in any country  o The following named recruits  were enrolled for",the Canadian  contingent:  George Gilbert , Phillipps,  rancher, aged , 28. Crosswall,  ,1-lereforsliire.  Charles Nelson Hughes, rancher, aged 24, London, Eng."  William Cooke, packer, aged,  2N, Maeelsbsficld, Cheshire.  Patrick Ryan, cowboy, aged  20, Summerside, P. E. Island.    <  Alexander Kennedy, packer,  aged 29, Bomanton, Out.  Edward Murphy, printer,'aged  28, Dublin,"Ireland."-' '  Alexander MacDohald,   rancher, aged 34, Kihcurdin'e^Ont.  "  ���   Archibald MacDonald, rancher  aged'Si), Kiiicurdine, Ont. '  Miles  Schamerhorn,,,' lumberman, aged 37,',Robin, .Ont.  ���   William Vallance Burns, blacksmith, aged 40,   Glasgow.   Scot-,  land.     , '  Edwin Ke'rfoot, "prospector,  aged J33�� cLeigh. " Lancashire,  England.      , ( '-       ��        0'  ���  John Wesley Clark, policeman  agedSi; King" Yprk, Ont.  Joseph Law; ininer, aged 84,  Heswall, Eng.  Thomas Lake, miner,,"aged 3G,  Marberley, Ont.  n Elgin Moore, cowboy, aged 21  Norfolk, Ont.   .'���  Mr. Edward Murphy was appointed a non-commissioned  officer, subject to the approval of  the commanding officer, and-will  have command of the men until  they reach Halifax.  TENDERED  A  RECEPTION. '  One of the'most enjoyable receptions ever held at Fort Steele  was ^tendered to "Major Howe  and the recruits for the Canadian  contingent"' on .Friday evening  last at the Opera House. Although but a short time was  given to, arrange the programme  it was perfection: there were  speeches, a gramaphbne exhibition and dancing; and an infor-r  mai banquet which was heartily  enjoyed by those present.  Speeches-were made by Messrs  Galbraith. D. McKay Reid. Mr.  Hislop, Dr. Watt and Major  Howe. The speeches were  directly "in touch with the present, condition of affairs existing  in.the Empire.  The musical part of the programme was under the direction  of Mrs. Miller, Mr. and Mrs.  Cann, Mr. Lucas and Mr. L. VV.  Patiuore.'and it i.s largely due to  the efforts of the above that the  reception passed off so well.  If was an occasion long to be  remembered, and the boys now  know that they carry with them  the best wishes of the people of  Fort Steele.  special car which was provided  was handsomely decorated with  flags and a large streamer on  each side of the car read "Fort  Steele Contingent". Mr. Smith  played a slogan on the pipes,  the conductor sliouted "All1  aboard" the boys cheered, and  the train moved' on. amid the  shouts of the assembled multitude.  At Elko and Fernie the people  assembled to cheer the boys- on  their way to the war.  A' VETERAN.  Major Howe, who had  charge  of the recrufting<at Fort Steele  on   Friday   last,   is a nephew-of"  the   celebrated   Joseph    Howe,  "one of the fathers of confederation,'' who was a cabinet minister  under  the  kite Sir John A. '  Macdonald, and was looked upon  as'oneoy,he -leading, statesmen-  of his time.     He was considered   '  next  to Thomas | D'arcy  Magee '  Ihe most eloquent speaker in the  first 0 House  -of    Commons, in  Ottawa.       Major   Howe   has   a -  splendid   record   in( the  North  West, ^Terr,itory   where he* has  been for many years an officer in  the North West Mounted' Police.,'  He,,was' nt  Batoche   when ,the  second rebellion broke 'out,   and'  distinguished . himself   by - his  bravery   and   coolness.     Major  Howe volunteered for service in   '  South Africa   where  he  proved  himself most useful and efficient.  He held an appointment in Afri-   ,  ca  under   General   Barton  and  rendered   good   servj.ee   to   the  .  cause ,  of   Imperialism.        The  Howes   are   from   loyal , stock,  United  Empire' Loyalists",  and"  have always been noted for their,  devotion to theCrowu. ,/-���  WESTERN   VOLUNTEERS. . ��� '    "  Winnipeg, Jan. '14.���A party  of about 30- western men, ' re-=,  cruited fo complete the new con- ���  tingent of C.M.R. 's for South  Africa, passed through the .city  today' for ' Halifax 'from' Fort  Steele. There are 10 men from  Fort Steele, six from Calgary,  and the balance from Medicine,  Hat and Regina. ��� Free Press.  Montreal, Jan. 16th.  Prospector. Fort Steele, B.C.  Arrived safe, all well.''   Thirty  one in all.  ' *       E. Murphy.  ' Will Be Here Sunday.  The Rev. Harold Beecham.  rector of Cranbrook. will hold  service next Sunday morning at  St. John's Church, at IL o'clock  a.m.  Recruiting     for ��� the     North     West  Mounted Police.  Major Howe whilst at Fort  .Steele, was so much pleased  with the superior phisique of the  men offering for service in South  Africa that he decided to engage  several for the mounted police  force. He will recommend to  the government that Fort Steele  be made a recruiting station in  future.  OKI-* TO THE front.  On Sunday morning the whole | between  town turned out to see them  off; walls.  BLUCHER. ,   ,  The Hastings Exploration  Syndicate have commenced operations on the, Blticher and Vermont Boy claims situate on  Sullivan' mountain. Mr, J.  Mofliff. has charge. Several  tunnels and drifts have been run  The indications are good, large  blocks of galena several hundred  pounds in weight have been encountered in the funnel. In the  lower funnel work for the present has been discontinued on  account of water. The ore is  syenite     and    diorite  secure  and   as   manv   as  could   acuurui     a    n   xt .    ������      *        j ������  ���    ,.   , t, ,       '        A. C.  Nelson returned irom a  teams accompanied them   to  the business trip to Elko on Friday.  Junction.       At   the   depot   the,    r,    n    td���ii������   nt        j*  i     c ���    . ox    i C.   H.   Pollen returned from a  people of Fort Steele wereprom- visit to the -Estella   mine    on  inent in their leave taking.   The | Friday. ' ^  p  THE PROSPECTOR   FORT STEELE, B. ,C, JANUARY 18, 1902. ���  established   1895  7\. B. 6race,  PUBLISHER    AND    EDITOR.  THE PROSPECTOR, is published  every Saturday, and has a guaranteed  circulation larger than any other paper  In East Kootenay. It is all home Printed  Dnd contains double the news of any'  other paper in the district.  As an advertising uedlcin it  is unexcelled.   - ,  Devoted to tho upbuilding of Fort Steele, .the  development of the vast mineral resources ol  she East Kootenay mining district. ,.  Subscriptions 8 200 per year  Advertising rates made known on application.  Contributions are solicited from all parts of the  flUtrict, but all matter intended for publication  must have the writer's signature.  TUIC PAPER Is kePl on tile at the adver-  iniO rnrtn tising agency of Alaxander  tCo., Suite P.. First Notional Bank Building,  Spokane, Wash., where contracts can be made'  for It.  ish Columbia and especially in  the Kootenays 'during the last  five years. ���'  , Fuel- is 05% of the cost of  smelting.  Thic Pa nor 's keD- ou m,J *"��� E-,C-  InlS    raper   DAKK'S   Advurtisins  Agency, 84 and 05 Merchants hxcluinge. ^**!>  Francisco, California, where contracts for advertising can be made Jor it. '  Thic Pa nor Is kept ou tile at the A. Mc-  i MIS rajjer Kim & Co.' Newspaper Ad-  vetlsing Axency, Montreal, where contracts  for advertising can be made for it.  This Pa -.er ls 0!1 sal<3 " J' w'  store, Spokane, Wash.  Graham &   Co-*,   book  ��Jj�� $}t08pBCtOV.  SATURDAY, JANUARY IS, 190-'.  "No  Enemies  to Punish���No  Special Friends to Serve."  You Ma.y Need  tahvXiUeY  For  Cuts  Burns  Bruises  "���"  Cramps      '"  Diarrhoea.   .  Ail Bowel  Complaints  11 is a sure, safe and qnlck remedy.  There', only oue.pAIN-KILLER.  PjEHKY DaVIB1.  Two sizes, 25c. and 60c.  Headauarters  for   Mining   and  Commercial  IVIen  The  CANADIAN  ���Alia  RAILWAY  World's   Scenic   Line  O  UR-   neighbors   at- Fernie  present  condition  of affairs,at  P'eriiie, and are trying to  figure  how   the, power    of   the   Coal  Company  is, ,to  be used.     The  ��� corporation   that    controls   the  , mines, necessaries of-life should  be under as strict legal super-  /���   vision- as can * be devised,   and  every effort made  to safeguard  '.  the interests oMh'e people. *>  '       ' , ,       * ,      * *     ' ,        .  It is said that.itjs the policy  of the Coal Company to establish  a rival coal town at the mines"  thereby side-tracking Fernie.  a ft *     *     *  Of what use will  the  50,000  1   acres   of , coal land   be   to   the  'Dominion   Government  without  openings for the practical, development of these coal areas.    '-0 "  -���7 .       1. �����    *���.  '*���  A' meeting of the members of  the legislature opposed' to the  Dunsmuir government was held  at New Westminster on the 15th  inst., to select a leader and outline* a. programme, for tlie- approaching session., '*,      '    ,��  The Department of Mines .has  issued a very complete description of tho recent gold  discover-'  ies ou Horsefly River.  There is much talk of a recent  stride of oil in the Kintla Lake  oil lields south of the boundary  in Montana. ,���'  c ��  ��       ��        *ft , ^  oThe all important question at  present is, who will be leader of  the opposition in the next house.,  Party lines will not be a factor  in the next legislature.  * *    *  There - are some people who  not only lose their own time with  their troubles, but, take up the  time of others telling them.  * .* - *  Probably.the reason why cupid  is always represented by a poor-  little urchin without any  garments on is that he may  never go out of style.  * *    ���*  If everybody should go to the  devil who are told to by  others,  it  would   keep   old nick mighty  busy holding interviews.  ���f-    *.    *-  In the state of Washington  cheating at cards is legally held  to be larceny. In Texas it is  simply suicide.  It is well for a young woman  to have ohaperpne until she can  call some dear chap her own.   ':  ..    ��� ��� ���*,**: ���������.'.-  They had no calendars in ancient.times, but the date tree i.s  as old as the garden ot7Edeii.  Ilireot Line  'KAST  "Wintiijie*;  Toronto  Ottawa  Montreal  '.N'ew York  Lowest Rates  WUST  Vancouver  Victor in  ���Scuttle  Fort land  a Saii-Fnint'irtco  Via iioo   LtNjs���-St.   I'liul^Clik-ttjfo  and :il! U. .Sr i^iuii.-.  '   Tourist Sleeper" Service  East.-���Leave Revelstoke Wednesday; , Friday and Sunday;  Dimmpre Junction, -Monday,  , Thursday and Saturday. Leave  - KooteuayLandiug. Friday; St.  Paul. Toronto. Montreal, and  Boston."  West:���Leave Revelstoke," Monday, Wednesday' and Friday;  Vancouver.,, Seattle. Coast.  1 .   .Steamship Service   '��� ���  From    Vancouver���Alaska.  ( China,  Japan and Australia.      j  Through bookings to Europe via all  Atlantic lines.      '   , ,  Prepared   tickets  from all  1 points at lowest rates. '  J. S. GARTER,     "    E. J.-C0YLE,  Dis. Pass: Agt.   * A. G. P. A/  Nelson. , /Vancouver  Hotel  All    Modern  FORT    STEELE,   B.   Gw  Large   Sample , Rooms   for �� Commercial   Men!  4*  Tk:  ^  CARLIN  <fc DTJRICK  a,,' - '  MERCHANTS    GENERAL  Fort  1?,  FARM FOR ,SALE  ,  The   Daisy   Ranch   situate  five, miles south of Fort Steele.  *���      "       .  - < > ' 1  Twelve hundred acres under fence,  320 acres crown granted, the balance  held under pre-emption. Good irrigation ditch, 150 acres of cleared land.  Will out 150 tons of hay.  ���   For further particulars apply to  R. IoT.^GALBRAITH. Fort Steele.  Steele,  Ecst  Kootenay.  Monte GaplIResiofani  THE MOST  UP-TO-DATE  PLACE IN FORT STEELE.  ,,:lj;.; E y e ry t H i rig Goo ked 5 ���*��� ���  "�����/: ''.'AS; YOU".':��� LIKE*IT. "';���.' 7;  WM. ROBINSON,  Proprietor  soie A8ents v��.e6ani>on Steel  COMPANY  This Steel is guaranteed to be equal to Jessop's or  Firths in all  Hard Rocic Work.    '   ���    <  .Sole Agents  Sole   Agents  Grow^s Nest Goal company  Giant Powder GomDanu.  Miati^i^Ket  FRESH [ and   SALT   MEATS ALWAYS  ONHAND.  R. W.; ROGERS, Proprietor.^  60   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Mining Supplies a Specialty.  Agents for;the' MASSEY    HARRIS    CO., Limited.  ***ite**********)��***********************��***i��***��.******  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  Anyone sending a sketch nnd description may  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an  Invention la probably patentable.   Communlca-  sent free. O'ldest neencj- for securing patent*.  Patents taken throuKh Munu A-Co. receive  special notice, without cbwrge, Ifi tbo  Scientific American.  A handsomely illustrated weekly., Ijirgeat circulation of anv scientific Journal. Terms, $S a  ic.nr: four months, tV Sold by all newsdealers.  MUNN&Co.36'8���^ New York  Branch office. 625 F St- Washington, D.C.  Indispensable in  i  ii Every Home  A Reliable  Thermometer  The Steele House  Fort Steele. B. C.  Centrally Situated on Riverside Avenue.  Conducted on Up-To-Date Methods.  The Best Bar In Town. "  D. McINTelsh  PROPRIETOR.  p ' ���>''''".   ������;'-:.ri?",5.. " ISv-! ''���' ;7'.^."v-^-^^!7^7-:I':W'^;:;j;B^^';'.^'.: 7^^'^V:\^^?]:S;  Fresh Halibut,* Salmon,"SiilnibntTrout;'Bologna iSa^-^g^yt  Butter and Eggs.    FJsh an'diG-amlB:in;'Seasipn.j.:^  Fort Steele  and  Kiinrjerley^  | n. h^nbOPC; ��  ^ , General Merchant WD 2:  ^ Liquor Dealer. 2:  .���jm:.  ���.'"..i;*;'  ������#.  i#<H��*��t��***��*****����**************  The Mitt.oi'iiilH Uriocl in ������'I'lic D. &  L.-' lOiiiulsioii art' tlie liueMl llu* market.  'tiiroi'ds roiitirflloBH oi' uxpensi'-. 'I'liken  in citKUH of wus'.injj (.liMjiititH, :oss of  woip.it. nivlp.83 of apji{'t..i*,>;'. with grcal  ln.-ni.'tit. l)uvin & Lrwi-ciich Co ' ''���  iiuunifHCliirers.  Ad.,  What a gigantic  (;ulvaiu:etiient  has been made'iu 'mining in Brit-  and Barometer  Worth $1.00, mpcdtilTr tnwim'ta  meet Che cllmallc otnuHUona Af  Weistera. Cana^laL,, wtll b�� mmi  freo in wary yearly ��u)����ortb*r  of tri��s ���;.,'. '���'"''  WEEKLY FREE PRESS  WINN1PEO  Season i(k>i-i9��a  Out out ��ii�� ��av��rtlMaa*��*l  ���ad foirward to Fr��t�� Pr������ witli  one dollar and p��o*1v�� W��*kily  Frae Pma Door <m�� year taeetili-  ���r with * handtsom* tkwnaom-  Fort    Steele  Brewing    Co.  FORT STEELE,  B. C.  MANUFACTUKKRS     and     BREWERS    OP    EXTRA   FINE  BEER    ^    PORTER  SOLD    BY    THE    BARREL,    KEG   OR    BOTTLED  Hottledbeer lor family use a specialty  OUTSJ DE ORDERS CJIVEN STRlC'lv $ PROMPT ATTENTION  SATISFACTION GUARANTEtD ^54^'  Mutz & Scott, Prop 'sv  S^ .   Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber,       A lai-go assort-  g-      r       ment of seasoned Lumber and Shingles always ^;  CE i - on hand. ^s;  g DIMENSION     LUMBER     A     SPECIALTY. 3j  I     WflSfl.- - ��� BG.     I  ^tUUtiUiUUUUUUUUUUUUUSiUtUiUiUiUlUiUtUiUUUUiUK  JUST   RECEIVED  Assorted Car of Best Brands of Flour  and' Meals,  etc.  Flour, Patent Hungarian and Strong Baker.  Rolled Oats; Cracked Wheat, Wheatletts,  Cornmeal, Buckwheat Flour,'Split Peas,  Navy Beans,   Lima Beans, Pot Barley, etc  Bran     Chops     Shorts     Oats     Hay.,  Fleetwood Tea. a pure article imported direct from Ceylon  try it once and you will use no other.  Frosh   Breakfast  Bacon,   Hams  and   Dry Salt Side Buconv  Butter and l^ ���...-.  POTATOES   nn<i   CARROTS  FIREWOOD all lengths to suit, "U stoves.  THE   FORT   STEELE  FLOUR and FEED STORE  E. C. MILLER, Proprietor POST OFFICE BOX 836.  All goods guaranteed and prices also as being correct.  Send in orders. ' t  ft-.-.  J  6,  �� M  THE PROSPECTOR,  PORT STEELE, B. b., JANUARY !<-*.  1902  ��he Jtetf&pectinr  SATCE����>Y, JANUARY IS. 1902.  ASSAYING  <3        Notice to Delinquent Co-owners.  Great Coal Center.  On February   1,   according  to  official   information  received  in  ' the city Saturday, the first train  ,   over the new branch of the Great  Northern from  .Jennings  north  ^of  the Canadian  boundary  line  and  thence   lo  the Crow's Nest  ,-    coal fields will arrive at Gateway  a   new  station   on the boundary  line,   and  will   iv.tuni   with   tlie  '   first train of coal from the Caua-  dian fields for  distribution  over  the main line of tho Great Northern system.  On the same date Collector  of  .i '  Customs  jCharles    M.  ��Wobster  will .open a sub-customs   port' at  ,' Gateway and  a  post   office will  be  established  there. _ Shortly  after  the  opening  of the ��road  there will be a' vastly  increased  amount   of   the,  Canadian   coal  coming  to   this side of the line  ,an'd it is expected that aho now  customs    port,    will   be '-'one   of  ,   "   goodly revenue-earning power in  the service. '  '���For some time at least.'it is  thought, there will not be any  groat amount of tho Crow's Nest  Pass coal which will find its way  inio central and southern Mon-  ' tana. However, it is well known  that .plans are on loot which,  , when consummated, n\vill��� mean  that the importance of Great  Falls will be vastly increased as  the greatest coal distributing  center of the nortkwesteru  states.  '    At the=present time  the Great  Northern   has  use  for  a   much  larger  amount  of  Crow's -Nest  Pass coal than it has  been able  ^ to get.     On   all   the   mountain  divisions of the road it is "the intention  to   use  it for "passenger  service.     However, after all the  lines and sidings into�� the  Canadian   fields. , to  be controlled by  the Great Northern,   have been  completed ' there will be an output more than sufficient for  the  main-line use on   the mountain  divisions. ,   ,"  , ��� Just as soon ,as the. widening  of the Great .Falls and Canada;  has been completed, , it is semiofficially announced, it is'the intention ��� of the road to send^its  surplus Canadian .coal to Great  Falls for general distribution  over the state.  , -   ... '  It will first be brought to Jennings,'thence east to Shelby and  over the widened guage to Great  Falls for distribution.     In order  to handle  the  product here, it  will mean, it is stated, that   coal  bunkersoof  very   large capacity  ���will have to be erected'and maintained.    In the cities where  the  great Northern road is maintain-  ing   bunkers   they   are   looked  upon as especially advantageous  and on the coast there has  been  every inducement offered, to not  only   the  Great  Northern-,    but  other roads, to  build   at certain  o jppints.    ,.  It is stated that once* Ihe coal  is"here, Great Falls will be the  point.from which the new Bur''  lington will be supplied, as it is  tlie intention to furnish the Canadian coal to all the roads, at  present included'in the ''community of interest" combine,  which have, mountain divisions  to traverse  At the present development of  the Crow's Nest Pass*1 mines not  nearly all the coal needed by the  Great Northern can be furnished  However, just as fast as they  can be worked to a greater  capacity they will be and in the  opinion of those who are'in a  position fo talk it will not be  ��� more, than a year before there  will be many mure train loads of  Canadian coai coining into Great  Falls.���Great Falls Tribune.  i). F. Nicholson.  J'KTKKIIOROIKIH.  U. C.  (I'I.-piisci] by J'mviiiciiil Government.)  v)  (Jold and silver ���1is2.U()  .Silver and lead  2.00  Gold, silver and Copper.    ..     .1.00  Gold, .silver, lead and 'copper.    -1.00  Sample.-,  left .\vitU) Cai'lin .t Durieli  will receive prompt attention.  To WiIlMuj Knliiiisuii. 01 Lu .ui\ iicjiMjii in  person*, m uhem ho may have u.uisfeiu'd  his interest m tin- "Omi.iof.i' Mineral claim  situate aliout one mile ul.ovo the Kalis 0:1 Marl;  creolc in the I*"orl .Steele innniif,' division ol  lOast Kootenay District and icconled in the,  Mining Recorder's oOlae 111 Fort Steele.  You and each oTyou are lieieby uolilled  that 1 have expended slime Killi May. IM-6,  four hundred dollars in labor and improi ements  upon the above mentioned iuincr.il claim under  the provisions of the Mineral Act. And if within ninety days fiom the date ol this notice  you fail, or reluse to contribute your poilion  of such expenditures together willi all costs of  advertising, your inteie.st 111 .said claim will become the property of Hie -.ubscn'bci under  section A of un 'Act entitled "An Act to ADiei.il  the Mineral Ael. 1WW " 0     '   "  KIIANK   TKACEY.  Dated at Kori Kie.ilc ilil.*. -JSih d.iy of   Dcccin-  lior. I'.'Ul. ,  . 1-  'R M. C  No. IS. 13051.  Liver Oil  Will  \  GlVti YOU /..'J/TTETITE!  T0KE YOUR NHRVES I  MAKE YOU STrONG!  MAKE YOU WCi.L!  I)r.HurKpi.H, -Moil. S.ijit.oflli,. |'r���i. I|���,..nfil  fnr InMiic. .Momieil. imw-riui.., it r..iMUntlr  mill. .<,.���*.���������iinrinimiini to it*.,. Inn ���,,������,  ill-n Clark, .Supt. (.rai-ii  lionnilnI   Toronto  wril.iitlii.y|iMvp��lHo.jsL'ililwilh(huliuhlr.-��ult��.  3<><>. niul 1*1.00 Il���iii,.H.  DAVIS & I-AWIEENOK CO., Limited.  , MJNKlfAI. ACT..l**ilil  (roit.M j-.)  (JiatTIFK.'.VIT or IMPIIOVJlMl.NTrt.  The   Coming   Town   of  East  Kootenay.  l6i  ��  t h a  OHO  no  NOTICE.  J. TAENHAUSERi  and  .rnw'ni.Bii  J  WATCHMAKKR  0 , .   I'.nKi'in inn'  Riverside Avenue. ^  Port, Steele.  H. (J  Hl-tclc Hoar and -Mabel Mineral  Claims  Situate in the Foi t Steele Mining "Division ol  South Kasl Kootenay District.  Where  located:���About,  two   milt's   soutn  easl of Ktmberloy on Mar); creek  1'AKK NOTIOK thai I. Charles lOsunoi-e,  l''ii*c Miner's Cei tilleale No. -'it. ,100118"' intent),  sixty days Irom the dale licrcnl. to ripply to.ihc  Mining Kecoide'r forii Certilleate ol^finprove-  inents. lor the purposo of obtiiininj.' a Crown  Grant oi the iibim* elaiins. ���' ,  r And fin titer take notice Dial action, undet  section :i". mtisi be, commenced before the Issuance of such Corlllii'ute ol Iinprovcinents ,    -'  Hated tills third day of December, 1(101.  I!'- OIIAKUIR  K.STMI'HI'".  il Limited-j^umftev of Lots fop Sale  ��5  pLI��g fs?OHtl  NOW   IS  of the year.  To    $400   .  THE  TclME TO BUY as prices will be advanced the first  MINi-.KAI. 'ACT.  (I'oilM  r.)  ���irnTiricA'1'i: ni- i.mi'kcivi:mi:.n-is  COMPANIK.S-  ACT   IS'JT   AN P.  <=   acts:  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby ^iven that ,1 nines W. K:  Vouns.-Minlni,'IDiiKineer of Fort Steele, H. C.'.  has been appointed the Attorney for -'Tlie  ICooteuiiy (Perry Creek) Gold Mines. Limited"  In place of James T. l.aidla'w. j  Daicd'loth October, litol.     .     '     ,*���  S. Y. WOOTTON.       '  ,  ItWfistriir of Joint Stock Companies'.  Shrewsbury  Mineral   Claim.    /'  Sitiiiite lu the l-'oit Sieele Mlnliif; Division ul'  lOtisl ICoolenay Distrlct.'-p  Where located:���On the main fork of thc^SP1  Miiry"*.'' Ulver.   about six miles-, eiisl   of  Die  Kuotenii} 1.ul;.* divide.  Take notice 11ml 1. Tli'codore lle,iiieliainp,iet-  in^' :is ilieni for (icoi'Ke L'niuliiirt I-'iee Miner's  A.VIIONDrNG Ceiiillente No. ll'MilWii. Ileniy M. Thomson  l''ree Miner's Certific.ite Yo. II oUldS'iuid Henr'v  A. Harlon Free Mineris Certilleiile No CU 3UVl.ll,  intend, sixty days from ihe 'dale heieol 10  apply to the Miniiif,' KlcoiiIui- for ii Cerillltiite  of Improvements for ihe.pui pose of obtainin<;  ii Crown Grant of llie above claim.',  And further lake notice that action, under  section  K7.   must be  commenced   before  the  issuance of such Cortiln'iitc ot Improvements.  Diited this'^Sth day ol November, A. D. I����)l.  "   lT- e T. I3KAUC1IAMI'.,  East Kootenay  Bottling Co. .  %  Apply 't<  t   I J  Land Commissioner, C. P."JR.  Winnipeg, Man., or'to1  ��� . i*  tfi.Bi^wBLL,*.'.". ���  rleyy'  fleVated waters  Of all kind's.  Syrups,. Champagnes. Ciders,  >    <    Ginger Ales, Etc.  ,  ' '  NOTICE.  NOTJCF.,,IS lIKRISliy UIVKN ihal sixty  days Irom the diiie heieof'l intend to apply to  the Chiot^C'oinmissioner 01 Lands and Works  Victoria, li. (J ��� for a SPKCIAL'^ICKN'SK to  cut and curry away timber from ihe followin;,'  described Ot own Lands':��� . ,  Commeijcinj,' ni a post, plumed   al a   point  situate one mile noith ot llie North lOast corner  or  timber limn,  held  under S. Lane's special  near Luke'eieek. ISnst-  llience  North eijihty -ehams, ihence "West eighly  eiiains;-ihence soulh .eighty chains to'Uie point  of cbmmeucement comprising in iill about 1110  acres of limber lands.       ' * '      '  Diited ibis 10th day of October. li)01  -14- O11AKL10S Ii.   PINCH, Applicant  L.E-Y  Horses   Ranched.  timbejr license, situate.  ICooteuiiy.   Thencoei5astuii.'lit.v chains:  Soda  water in  siphons,  economical way to handle it.  riio" most  Fort 'Steele  BAKERY. ' ���  H. Am r , Proprietor.  RTVrcUSlDK   AVI5NQI-:  Opposite   Post   Ottice.  '   NOTICE. ���   .  NOTICE IS JI15IIEHV UIVKN thai sixty  days iifter dam 1 intend lo apply to the Chief  Commissioner of , Lands and "Works I'or permission, to purchase Ihe fnllonliiK described  land>sitiiiil'e in South 'Kiisl l-Iooteniiy. t'oiu-  menuiiij,' at ti post plumed at lho North U.isl  corner or LotSSA, Group I ihence north lollow-  ins the eastern boundiiry of LoiS5. tlience Oiist  10 the west boundiu-y or lot 80T: Vnence southerly following the west boundarv 0! *-:ud lot SK  to a point east of point ot commencement,  tlience west 10 point ot commencement Con-  liiinin*,' ten acres more or less  *- F...I.CANK-  Dated ,it P011 Sieele tli'is 2bih day of December. 1001      -i ' .-,)     .  Horses ranched aiid'focWiay c  ^."rjjer monih."   -"Pasturayc will"  pc-  oul  hay  to '   -  '���?��' per uioj'ilh.,  a.1  Lh-,  Apply  |nTFT7TrTT'TTVTrT?rTTnT77TnirmmnYTnTYnn7TrTT7nnTTTTTTT7TrTTnmmTTUnnTTTTTTTTnnTTTTS  I'.GAPITAL WANTED/'  q  PATRICK   OUT ft K  Dai.sy Rtmch,  Fort Steele,  ii  Andrew  nei-dtg  AFANTISD-TRLTSI^VOUTT] Y M HN"  AND WOMEN to travel and advertise  for old established house of solid .linntidal stand ing;. Salary $780 ti year and  cxpon&es-. all payable in cash. No canvassing required. Give references and  enclose self addressed stamped en  velonp^^vJiclress Mantip-er. 3oo Caxton  Bld^CChicitito.  STEVENS RIFLES'AND PISTOLS  ��� HI GUARANTEED TO  BE  SAFE, DURABLE AND ACCURATE.  THE FAVORITE RIFLE  , ���     QUAIIANTINK    S'HItVIUI'!.  The Dominion Go\ernmenl is  now  miiin-  tainiii!,' a qu.iriinline service to'prevcnt llie 111-  iroduetion    or  smallpox  rrom   sd.uh   or   tho  noundaryal Tobacco I'l.mis.  The quarantine guards there sue rM  PJCir.I.lPPS and IS A. JIT/rON: and .'!!  persons desiinij,'10 cross Into Canadian leni-  tory must report to them, Kivin;,' satisfactory  evidenuc of lecent, successful vaceinalion. or  otherwise nutsi submit to bo vaceinaLed on  crossing. *"  A heavy line" may be imposed on iiny  persons m>Klcelini,' or tlervniK iiuiuantinc ro^ii-  lalions. . ���*"  .    HUGH WATT. Jl. D.  3^-     .    '     Dominion Quarantine Ofllccr.  GONTRflGTOR    and    BUILDER  HOUSK ANTiJ fcHiX PA1NTINU  OALCniiyiN'O and PAPKR IIA.VCllXG  FORT STEELE,  B. C.   .�� ,  All   work pronijiUy'done  E:  &  t  9-  fc  fc  B��-  B:  1=  Sr.  C:  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  6  To Develop' ,"���   ���   .  " e'Rich.Mineral     .fc  sources^ Of *   ',0        ' .".'-  South East Kootenay,  Partially Developed,    \  And Undeveloped Copper   v  '  And Silver-Lead  Properties  Are Offered For Sale On  Liberal Workinu J5ond;  3  ���a..  a"  a'<-  a ���  3  3  .a  3  IS.  a  a  a  ^  3  a  a  a  a  FOR  RRPOKTS.   AND   INTOKMATTON; WRITE TO |  CHARLES  ESTMERE. f  Kimbeiiey,   B.C. ' ^  S>->um,uaiAUiJiiiAttuuiiiM.^  iN'ino Times Out. of Ti-ti P.un-Killuf  will he found to (ill your needs u*. n,  liousulioltl rmiiuUy. Lisuil iis ;i 1 nimeut  for wtitl'nes.s iti.d tnken inieriiuil^ for all  bowel complaints. Avoid *-n!i-,!init. s.  io.:. and .oOc.  Tho prico oi'  cop]ir*i-  totlny   is,  lower than at any previous   liine  during thu past two year.s.  is an accurate rifle and puta every shot  where you hold it.    Weight lj pounds.  Made in three calibers���-.22, .25 and .32  Kim Fire.  price:  No. 17, Plcin Sights,     .     .    $8.00  No. 18, Target Sights,  .     .      8.50  Where these rifles are not carried in  stook by dealers we will send, express  prepaid on receipt of price. Send stamp  for catalog describing complete line  and containing valuable information to  shooters.  - The J, Stevens Arms and Tool Go.  P. 0. Box ���>���>���">        CHIC0PEE FALLS, MASS.  Vour   ���iltcntion    i.��   culled    lu     I Ik  '���I'ioncoi- Limited" triiin.s'ol ihe   --.\]i.  witukee ,���< SI I ���mil Ititilwny." "'I'lie only  jiei'feel. I ruins in (lie world."  You will Iind il, dohii'iilili: lo rifle on  tlin.se t.riiin.s when ^oiuu to :ui\ poitil in  tin* ivihtecii Slitlo (n> (.'.-uiudii. 'j'hev  cot'iK.'ct wil.li .-ill 'Pi'.'uiM'ontineiita.  Ti'tiins ttnd nil Ti<:kcl A^eni*. .sell  tickets.  Fnr fui'Llioi' inloriualion. ji.mijihlets.  etc. iisk liny Ticket A^eni or    ,  11. u foiu). '     0. .1. rcunv     ,,  Pa��s. Aycnt, Ciencriil A��eni,,  S^OKAXJfl.   ��� 1'OHTL.AKD.  /  PIONEER'  BARBER SH0F;  , Everything Strictly Firsl  Class.  Next door to the JVoxiwctor.  L  n\  m  ! n\  . W  Ir*.  ��� 'Is  ' '{I  I*  ! If.  There i.s nothing like Asthma  Uiiie.      Tt  brings   instant  rolie.,  even in the worst eases.   I ten res  - when all else fails,  1..   IIi'v.   C.   P.   WICLLS.    of Villa  tidi-e. ill., sin-.*.-    "Voiti- iri.i! boitle of  Aslli,n-ii.-it.' i-ecei\eil in miukI condition,  f   comol   tell   \.iit   how ihiuikfiil I fee  for the l'oimI d.-i'iveil fromii.     I   was  a  ;iv.-, chained willi putrid   sore  ihroai  anil asthma for l.-n years.      I dcpiijivd  r lieiii}: i-iii-ed.     I --iiw .\()tu';iilver-  li'i'iueiil for the c.n-e   of   t li I h   ih'endfn  mil   turiiicniiny   disease,   a��ihma,   am  lluniirlil you had oiei'spoken yotifseI\-es-  ait res.dvi tl :o i:\vr it n.lriiil.     Tii'iny  ���isi'ini.slniii-iii.   the   it-inl   ncied    li|f(.   'tl  i.'irm.    Send me a full-size Imtu,.."  \N"e wimt lo send in evtM-y snlTerer .1  trial irenliiieiit of Asl 11 ma l<-i e, ��iiuihti-  lo lite one IhiU eured Mr. Well-. We'll  .send ii by mail rosTI'Ain. A US< >-  lil'TKIA' PltKK OP t'llAIUi , lo  i'li,\ siiilerei- who will write !er u. e\ en on a postal. Never mind, tlioutrll  you ;ire (I. spiiirin::. ho.'.c\ei' b.id your esise. Asthmalene will relieve atid  '������11 u. 'J'n.' v.or.-e yuiir ease, the more ^lad we are 10 send il. do not de-  l.ty. Writ, ul once, a<ldress'ui>r I)l{. TAPT UKCIS." JIKDH INK en.,  i'ii I*:,!-!, i:wth St., X. V. City. , .Sold In- all Ui-uiri-ist-*.  <*i  \li  Ml  \U  \ii  Ml  Ml  J.  *  lit  *  U/  Ul  \L  ti/  Uf  *  \ti  tli  ii  li!  *  li/  \tl  Ui  Ui  u.  Ui  Ui  Ui  Ui  hb  U/  Ui  lfc  U/  Ui  u.  u*  u>  u.  \b  Ul  u>  U>  '  Ml  Ml  Uf  Uf  Ui  Uf  Ur  Ui  Uf  Uf  \U  U/  Uf  Uf  :e&fr6.tfr&fre^f&&ffe^&frg.&fg.fs.s.s.g.s.6.e,e.g.g.g.g.c.-5.s.fg.tg.g.e.e.e.tte||^' ;/  ���i<  ,>.."��.  '*..  0  " te-  A, .,;���  THE, PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. C., JANUARY ,18, 1902.  North Star Lodge  NO. 30.  A. P. AND A. M,      G. R. Be C.  FORT STEELK. D. C.  Regular meetings���1st Tuesday In eaoh  month at eight o'clock. Visiting Brethern are  cordially invited.  ' A. C. Nelson, Secretary.  Rocky Mountain Chapter  -.        NO. 125. R. A. M.  FORT STEELE, B. C.  Regular meetings���2nd Tuesday in  csoh iponth at eight o'clock.    ���    .  Visiting   Brethern   are   cordially'  invited.  R. L. T. GaLBRaith Scribe E.  Professional.  Geo. S. McCarter.  S. A. Harvey  HARVEY & MoCARTER  -    . ���i .   ���  Barristert,  Solicitori,  ���  , Notaries Public,  Conveyancers etc.  FOET 3TEEL.E, B. C.       a  REVELSTOKE STATION unii GOLDEN  COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY      MADE.  f&lv* \%}K&&pZ��t&V.  SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1902.  ���WTTnnunnYTmTffnmmwT.'fwmmm*  I  LOCAL NEWS. |  Mr. and Mrs. Elwell, Kimber-  ley, were visiting friends at  Steele during the past week.  M. A. Beale was registered at  the Imperial on Tuesday.  .1        ,    A. >Downey "returned r from  a  visit to Regime on Tuesday.  Fifteen- men were recruited at  Fort Steele on Saturday last for  service in South Africa.  Victoria Diamond Jubilee Hospital  CIM  BAIL  The  Canadian Bank ol commerce  iK  Friday, January 24, 1902  H.-Haines, manager of the  Canadian Banlc of Commerce,  Craubrook, was in town ou Sunday last. ,  W. R.  Barrister      -#  Solicitor  .   t> ���  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVErANCER.   .  Fort Steele,   B. - C  FoiiT' Stici.i Dktki.opm��ntStndicati: Ltd  -    138 Leidenhall Street, London, England.  N. A. WALLINGER,        FORT STEELE.  POST OFFICE'BOX 8.   '    '  THOMAS, McVITTIE  Fort Steele B.C.  There has* beeii much talk about  Pyny-Balsam, the ^reate-jt modern  remedy for coughs and colds. It cures,  quickly and uurtuiuly. 25c. of all dealers. "Made by proprietor*] of' Perry  Davis' Paiu-Killor.  Fort Steele; B. C.  E. J. Caun visited Elko on  Monday, returning on,Tuesday,  he reports business good at that  place.  The Fort Steele Flour and  Feed Store have just, received a  car of wheat, bran, shorts, chops  oats,'etc. Prices are trending  towards a sharp advance, therefore   now   is   the  time   to buy a  wiurcku��:.��u nnlv !i~- *  '���  IN   THE  BAND    HALL  Dancing at  S o'clock  For the benefit ,,of the Victoria  Diamond Jubilee Hospital.  TICKETS,   PER   COUPLE   SI.OO  Supper   cut   12   p.m.  Tickets on Sale with Cann & Co andv Carlin & Durick.  ��*���  If.  &  f*S  3.  *  3H  HEAD OFFICE���TORONTO.  Paid tip Capital $8,000,000: Resi'i-vu Fund *2,(HM),000:  A��j>re��ato Kchouwcs Over $05,000,000.  London Office; 00 Lombard Street, K. C.  New Vork Office; HI Kxcliangc Place.  And 08 branches in Canada, the United State.1*, and British Columliia.1  Cranbrook Branch,  HUBERT HAINES, Manager.  ������#  '�����  585  iK  $���  3f  ��*���  Kootenay  *H>  ���1 Boundary Line^  Tobacco Plains,  B. C.  Hotel # #  ' if , (  ��   JULES HUREL. Proprietor.  GOOD     ACCOMMODATION ' FOR   TRAVELLING     M13N  '    . ���>  ���    i��'       " "        ' '    '       '  A First Class Home  Tlie Provincial Legislature  will open on February 20th.  Government Agent Armstrong  was at Micheli ou Wednesday,  on official business.  QIUSSICK   t   DEMPSEY.  CONTRACTORS  y  ' '   ��� AND, '   .   _������  BUIBDBRS.  ,rt  * -        ,r >     *���  ' Fort   Steele   B.C '  Shaving SS*? Hair ��� Dressing Parloi  FORT   STEELE, B. C.  Mr. and Mrs.  came up irom"  Wednesday.  A. B. F'euwick  the   ranch   'on  ��� T. C. Armstrong's now engaged'" in putting in 500 feet of  air pipe at, the Estella mine.  ������'K. J.'Higbye was in   town  on  Saturday last.  The many friends of James A.  Harvey, barrister of this place,  will be pleased to learn that' he  stood the trip East well, and is  steadily improving.  CHAS.   P.   CAMPBELL,  Undertaker  ���''   and ' ''  .Embalm'er    '   ' Y  Graduate   of    Champion  College   of   the   United  . States. _,  Upholstering  and  General  Furniture Repairing.  All Work Guaranteed.  Telegraph or  Mail Orders  Promptly Attended to.   ���  P. O. Box 127.  FARM  For Sale. Consists of 28:5  'acres"of bottom land nine  miles from Steele, joiniii"- li. Mather's  Cherry Creek ranch. This farm is  fenced, dwelling house, stable,' cattle  sheds, root houbo etc. Title perfect,,  price $1200, which is leas than cost of improvements. Apply to P. A. Balk,  Fort Steele. B. C.    P.O. Box 810.  A dispatch from Montreal reports the safe arrival of the contingent from Port Steele.,  All kinds of hair work  - ���  a specialty.  A. J  GREZ,   -   -   Proprietor  L. COHN  TAILOR  AND.IMPORTER OF "  t(FINE WOOLLENS  t-  Rocky Mountain Avenue  0  Fort Steele, B. G. ,  January'18th and no snow at  Port Steele., ' It looks as if the  ice crop will be nil.  Make a note of it, when you are  leaving home to buy, "The D. & L."  Menthol Plaster. 'It is guaranteed to  cure the worst ease of backache, headache, stitches. Avoid anything said to  be Jus.! ��*s good. Get the genuine made  by Davis & Lawrence Co., Ltd.  Colonel ��� and  Mrs.   Henderson  were in town on Thursday. <  Cranbrook,  B. C.  [L.Sa  Messrs. Reid and Lucas  visited Marysville on Wednesday.  Fort Steele  Diamond Jubilee  Hospital  M/SS fOLSON.  MATRON.  Graduate of St. Luke*. Hospital.  Vancouver, B C.  This Institution has been recently  enlarged by a new wing which is now  open for reception of patients. For  terms apply to  Miss Folsom,    or  Matron.  J. F. Smith, Sec.  Fort Steele,* B.C.  T. 6. Armstrong  Fort Steele, B. C.  ' MANUFACTURER   OF  Tinware, Galvanized Iron, Sheet  Iron,   Stove  Pipes u?nd  Copperware  BUILDINGS HEATED iind VENTILATED  Plumbing, Pipe  fitting  and  all  kinds of sanitary work .  Air Tight���Hot Blast Stoves  Hydraulic   and   Air   Pipes   for  Mines  SPECIAL.  ATTENTION  PAID  JOB WORK.  TO  St. John's Church of England.  Services will be held in the  Church of St. John the ' Divine  every Sunday evening at 7:30' except on the third Sunday in each  month when the service will be  held at ll1 o'clock a.m. by the  vicar, the Rev. H. Beecham.  Holy Communion will be administered at the close of the  service.   -  Strangers are welcome.  ,    PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH.  Christian service will be conducted in the Presbyterian  Church by the Pastor Rev. D.  McK. Reid.'B. A. every Sabbath  evening at 7:30. Sunday School  at 2 p.m.  All are welcome to our services  WILL FIGHT SALOONS.  New York, Jan. IS.���The women of C real or New York are  organizing to light the opening  ol saloons ou Sunday. A rnon  sttir mass meeting lias lifc.ii arranged for Carnegie Music Hall  tomorrow niglit and other steps  are bf-irig taken for a determined fight against, (.lie proposed  legislation permitting the sale of  liquor on Sunday. , A ���monster  petition i.s now being prepared'  for signatures. Women through*  out the state will be asked to  sign it. It is proposed also to  appoint a committee of women  who will, go to Albany to plead  for the defeat of any measure introduced to legalize Sunday  liquor selling.  HENftl G. JOLY UK LOTBINrEKE  CANADA,  PROVINCE OP BRITISH'COLUMBIA.  EDWARD   VII.,   by  the Grace of God, of the  United Klugdom of Greta Britain and Ireland and of the British Dominions beyond  the Seas, King; Defender of the Faith, etc  etc., eto.  To Our faithful tho Members elected to serve  In  the Legislative Assembly of Our Province of British Columbia, ut our City of  Victoria,���Gbeetino .  'A PROCLAMATION.     ���  D. St. Ebkrts      ITXThEREAS We ure de-  AttorneyGeneral j *���*��� sirous and resolved  as soon as may be, to meet' Our people of Our  Province of British Columbia, and to havo  their advice in Our Legislature:  NOW KNOW* YE, that for divers causes and  considerations, and taking into consideration  the ease and convenience of Our loving subjects. We have thought fit, by and with the advice of Our Executive Council, to hereby convoke, and by these presents enjoin*you, and  each of you, that on Thursday the twentieth  day of February, one thousand nlno hundred  and two, you meet Us in Our said Logislaturo  or Parliament of Our said Province, at Our  City of Victoria, FOR THE DISPATCH OF  BUSINESS, to treat, do, act and conolude  upon those things which in Our Legislature of  the Province of British Columbia', by the Common Council of Our uaid Province may; by tho  favor of God, bo ordained.  Ik Tbstimont Whieiof, We have caused  these Our, Letters to be made Patent and  the Oreat Seal of Our said Province to be  hereunto affixed:  Witness,   the  Honourable  Sir   Henri  GUSTAVI JOLTT DK LOTBIWIEHE,   K.C.M.  O., Lieutenant-Governor of Our sold  Province of British Columbia, at Our  Government House, in Our City of Victoria, in Our said Province, this 9th day  of January, in the year of our Lord one  ihousand nine hundred and two, and In  the first year of Our Reign.  By Command. '  .1. D. PRENTICE,  s. Acting Provincial Secretary.  TO THE DEAF.  A rich lady cured of her Deaf-  ness and Noises in the Head j by  Dr. "Nicholson's Artificial E?tr  Drums, gave $10,000 "to this Institute, so that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums  may have them free. Address  No. 1451S. The Nicholson In  stitute,  Good Stable  Rigs of all kinds.  Saddle and Pack Horses  it  V  ie Kootenay Valleys Co  LIMITED.  780,  Eighth"  "Avenue,  New YorkfJU. S. A:  ' Save your Snowshoe .Tag's.  .The most popular brand of Chewing  Tobacco in Canada today, is "Pay  ���Roll'"'. Every plujrpf "Pay Roll"  bears a "'Snowshoe" Tag- ��� Consumers  should save tke.se tags, as valuable presents are given for them. Tags are  good up to January 1st, 1903 Write  for our new illustrated premium catalogue. The Empire Tobacco Co., Ltd.,  Winnipeg Branch, Winnipeg, Man.  Head Office  46 Queen Victoria St.  TaONDON, England.  Biutish CoLUMniA Office  Fort Steele, n."o.   "  C. M. Edwards,  Gen'l Mana'okr.  30,000 Acres Farm Lands  : In the far famed Kootenay Valley for Sale on easy terms  of payment. Prices $2,50. Per' ACUEand upwards. In close  ,proximity to the Crow's Nest Railway.  Lots^ in' the town of Elko are now on the market, prices $7)0,  and upwards according to situation. ' _  :=^~ Elko boasts of the biggest wafer power"in South East  Kootenay. andit will be the junction of the Crow's Nest Southern  .Railway. . '  s -- . Correspondence Solicited.  Notice to Delinquent Co-owners.  To   W.  R.  Williams    and  Costella.  John   J.  Age ii is   Wanted  Complete  Lifo  of Queon Viotoria  uest book. =    ,   i  7 '-BEST, TERMS  "Outfit-Mailed on UiVcoipt oMG cents,  Address   .7  s. c. miller'������&."co.;;..;"'-7  Portland,,Ore., U.S.A.  Mrs. J. P. Armstrong and  Miss Watson returned from a  visit to Cranbrook on Priday.  Or to any othor person or persons to whom he  or they may have transferred his or their interests in the "Mountain Daisy" mineral claim',  situate at Tracy creel: in the I''ort Steele mining division of Kust Kootenay and recorded in  the Recorder's office at Fort Sioelc, 11. C.  You and each of you ure hereby notified that  I have expended on your undivided one fourth  interest in above claim since tho third day of  August, A. D., 1899, fifty dollars in labor and  Improvements upon the above mentioned mineral claim under tho provisions. of the  Mineral Act. " And If ' within ninety  days from tho dato of thi.s notice you  full, or refuse to contribute your portion of  such expenditure together witli all costs of advertising, your interest In siiid claim will bo-  come the property of the subscriber under  Section 4 of un Act entitled "An Act to Amend  the Mineral Act, 1900".  M. II. THRUSTON.  Dated ut PortrStoolo this 2nd day of January  A.'D., 1902. 1-  ilftfTOlLET  IS INCOMPLETE WITHOUT  ^ EXTRACT,  RELIEVES CHAFING. ITCHING OR IRK!-1  TATI0N. COOLS, COMFORTS AND HEALS |  THE SKIN. AFTER SHAVING.  Avoid  dangerous,  irritating Witch  Hazel  preparation! represented to be "the same as'' j  Pond't Extract, which easily tour* and often J  contain "wood alcohol," a deadly poison.  ItiEarysville,  B. C  BALE.& SMALL,M  Proprietors vr  &  Tlie Pioneer Hotel.      Comfortable Bedrooms.  First Class Dining Robin.  Best Domestic and imported Liquors and Cigars.  ^mmmmmfmnimnmmimmmmmmfimimmm^  i     Port Steele Cigar Store    3  5=    ���  ��� Fort   Steele,   B..C. ���  ' 3  WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS  In Cigars, Cigarettes, Pipes and Tobacco.  GEARY  & DOYLE.  Llvfiru, Feed & Sale Stable.  7   'Port Stoolo B.C  .Regular Daily  ^tugo, moots  all  trains* at, Port. Steele Junction.  SADDLE & PACK HORSES  TBAAUNG OF ALL KINDS A SPECIALTY  Finest Variety of Pipes and Smokers Outfit  In tho District, Including Meerschaum, li. B.  Alpha, and Other Brands.  B.    ^3  ��^ Imported and Domestic Cigars at Lowest, Prices 22  y��� 7T^'  S~; Billiard and Pool Parlor and Reading ^  S^ Room iu Connection. , j:  gC. M. KEEP,  S�� Proprietor.  J. TAENHAUSLR.       =��  Manager. =3  Wholesale  Liquor  Dealer  Cranbrook,;: B. C.  When.in the market for Liquors,  Wines, Cigars and Sehiltz Beer  Dont' go out, of Kootenay for  you can do better at home  by  ^consulting the "big wholesaler  at Cranbrook.  J. PELTIER.


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