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The Prospector Jan 12, 1901

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Array Librirjr o! JO��g Ae��  T  "i  "tt -  | Devoted to the upbuilding f  OK   POUT   STEIXE.  # __jf   4,     liidcpi-iidciii    in    l'.,lilir-s.    .-j      v  ��*w�� x :��� 8".vt :���*>;! -T-.r.' '-,-: **���< *#  ���4- 4  J *  f *  v THE PROSPECTOR CON- *  * I'A.'NS ALL PUBLIC NO  * TICES AND GIVES THE *  /-  #   LA I EST TELEGRAPHIC  J   A NO LOCAL HEWS.  *  *  *-v#*r-*<-* *<?��M'^**#***,},,^#*  VoV.  PORT STBllhB, 11. C,  vS^l7*07*VJAV, */A jVJXAA'St 72, 7,907.  A'o 2.  New Advertisements To-aay.  Jiiill.ni .\,m'ii| <; illirulli  IN uplo's S\ mill .Hi' Ui-pi .  The Ciow's Wet Conl.  Reports from Si.  Paul   lo  Ilie  otfoei   Dial   .).'  J.    I !ill   lias purchased   the   Crow's    Nest    Coal  Holds litis been in eitoulnliou  for  (he past week.      This   ha-,   been  denied   by   Mr.    Robert   .lallniy,  yet   in  -Toronto  where iln> holdings ol Crow's NVm Coal   shares  are enormous, it is believed that  Ilie deal will go through.    There  are a, nimibei'<il   people   in   Kurt  Steele who ho'ld   a   considerable  number  ol'   share?.,    who   know  nothing in relation lo the deal.  Ml'. .lAKFKAV'S   ST.\TI0.\! I0NT.  Robert J all ray, one ol' I he  principal owners 01 the Crow's  Nest Coal Holds, says thai there  w.is no truth in tho story that  Jim Mill has purchased the Coal  fields, Uial the origin of the report is probably due to, the fact  thai negotiations were completed with Mr. Uill for the delivery  of -10 car-loads ol eoal per day to  the Croat Northern Railway.  T11K  CONl/lTIOXK. '  Tho Oreal Norliier Railway  Co. lor some months has been  receiving a daily supply of annul  -100 Ions of coal, according lo  Mr. ./affray's statement they now  want -10 cars, about 800 tons,  daily. The proven I haulage of  this coal lo roach K-Hispeil. Montana, is about :!7."i miles. In a  direct line south from the Crow's  Nest Railway to iv.ilispell it is  only ��ll(i miles, \\ifh a down  , grade tht' entire distance. A  line from Kalispeli. up the Slill-  waler and Kootenay valleys lo  the coal lields will save a haulage of over -l'j."i miles, and as the  daily supply will, consist of at  least*- two trains ol' ,20 cars, the  yearly saving over this route,  'would be enormous.  'As to the purchase of the eoal  fields by Mr. Hill. |l is out opinion lhat Mr. Hill will be content  to purchase a conl rolling interest, by the, purchase ol coal  shares, which he can readily do,  and at a less price than that of  the reported deal, and thereby  giving to the Gre.il Northern  railway, the sine hers and reduction works in Montana, .all  the coal, and coke wanted.  The ,Toronto World says:���  "Toronto syndicate is said lo  have sold to the Great Northern  magnate the Crow's' Nest eoal  Holds, despite the denial made  by Mr. Jaffray."  Montreal,   Jan.    S. ��� President  Shaughnessy,   president   of   the  G. P. li.. speaking of the report  ed contract between   the   Crow's.  o  Nest Coal Company and the  Groat Northern liailway for 800  tons ol coal per day. anil in view  of the fact that Ilio Coal Company is unable'lo meet the requirements of the railways,  smelters and other coal-eonsum-  ing industries ol 15ritif.li Columbia, the proposal lo divert such  additional tonnage- causes considerable apprehension. .Local  refiuireiiienis, in public interests  ought lo be a first- consideration  and fully supplied belore coal  and coke should be diverted to  tlie United States.  sin l.icii for KiiiO feet. Assay retains give a value to I he ore of  ."!��� ounces in silver, and*:!! in  gold, with a high percentage in  lea-l. This property is under  bond to tin lOnglish syndicate,  hence we may expect to see a  large amount of development  work- done during tin* coining  your.       _     _        ^ ,t  Distribution oi Sood.  Applications for seed should  be addressed to tin- Director*, of  the Experimental Partus, Otta  w".i. The di.stribnlion consists  oil oats, .spring wheal, barley,  Held peas, Indian corn and potatoes. Applications may be sent  at aiiv time before the 1st- of  March! 11)01, after which date  the lists will be closed. ' ,  . RECORD OV  THE YEAR.  LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.  BolIoii's French Ball. --To Be Shot-  lnspocting- Trunk lines.  ."i! KniTIOUli-NNKA N   .SKItVICU^  New York', Jan. 12.��� The  .steamer Kaisorin Maria Theresa,  ol ihe North Gorman Lloyd,  sailed today on the tirst of her  winter trips to ihe Mediterranean  lo accommodate the travel to,  Italy and .Southern Europe.  Inspecting  All, Trunk- Linos.  St. Paul. Minn., Jan. 12.'-J.  J. Hill, with a large number of  linauciers. will 'make a lour thi.s  month ol. inspection of the bis  trunk linos of the country. Tho  parly wil'l leave St. Paul for the  West in, a few days. Ll is reported that this trip portends "real  change in'the trunk- linos ol the  country, and is lor the" pur]io.se  ol showing the necessity of  closer relations, The 'Morgan-  Harrinian-Hill interests are to  be well represented iu the parly.  The trip will lake 1 wo months,'  all ,transcontinental lines io bo  inspected.  Boston's Preneh'liall. < ,  ���  St. John's Church of England.  Services will he held in the  Church of St. John the Divine  every Sunday evening at 7:.!0.  Slrangors are welcome.  I'Krc.SlSYTKItlAN    (Jill ICUIl.  Christian service will be con-  dueled in the Presbyterian  Church by Ihe Pa.slor liev. I).  Mcl\. lieid. I! A every Sabbath  evening at 7:110 Thcie will also  be a service eve: v >>l her Sabbath  morning al I I ii'Hoel-. Sunday  School at  111 a m  All .ire wok ome lo out services  Kuysioni'.  Ahe', Koystou'e,. ovyned by W.  VanArsdale.n, is located on .Ma,us  creek, and is .'one of the. most  promising claims iu the district.  It is a. silver-lead proposition  carrying h(igh values m gold.  The lead is about six feel, in  width,  and   is exposed   on    the  Boston, Jan. ,11.���The annual  French 'Hall will be given tonight at Copley Square Hall.  The, affair is sponsored by La  Sociele Des Amis Rcnnis of New-  York. Many picturesque novol-  tic^ vvill be introduced by professional dancers, who alone appear in costume. Tom Sharkey  is expected to bo present, although not as French as the  rest of tho company.1 Many hiaii-  kiekors from Now York tiro lo  be here, and staid old Roslon  wil'l have her eyes'opened if she  is not absoluely shocked by the  performance of her Gallic subjects. The orchestra will be  very lar-zo. and the aires of tho  liveliest description.  To  Bo Shot.  Salt Lake City. Utah. Jan. 11-  This is the date 'sot for tho  shooting of James Lvnch'and  Robert L. King-, tho murderers'  of Godfrey Hrowso at tho Shoop  Ranch gambling den. The men  chose shooting ralher than hanging'as their mode of punishment.  Anniversary of Cimarosa.  Home, Jan. 11.���Tho centenary of the death of Cimarosa.  tho renowned painter, .was commemorated today under Ibe pal-  ronaue of the Dowager Queen  Margharila of Italy, al hi�� birlh-  placo���A versa.  Kwangsu's Birthday.  Pckin, Jan. II.��� Thi.s is the  Kith anniversary of Kwangsu's  ascending tho throne, he having  became Emporior of China January  1 1,   I'SSj.  Hrooklyn. Jan 11.���Arthur  Kent will fry for the O.Vyai d indoor record al the Star Athletic  Club tonight.  Now York.   Jan.    1,'i -   Nejioli  at ions have been closed  towards  the formation of a   Plow   Trust.  Sixty options have been seen ret'  on the largest, plow and eultiv.il  ing    concerns     iu    Ihe    Unitei  Slates.  British  Columbia  II(i&  mi OutpuvW  .^lS.OS-l,.'��:<!    Soulli East Kooio-  nuy   $2,384,5a<!.  " In reviewing Ihe mineral output ol the Province,lor Uio y,i\\  we find thai South Riisl Kootenay has produced one sixlh ol  the total amount produced in the  province. This doo.s not include  Ilie cohI produced from he  Crow's Xe.st mines  As the estimated production  .d the Province is o\er ���sll'jioi).-  i>()(>, as against s(i.7.'ii>,o'i(i in IS'.)!)  il is evident lo all, lhat as an individual milliiiti district, the Port  Steele mining" district stands  ���>e:.'ond on the list ol mineral pro  diiuinu regions in Hie Pro\ ince  of British Columbia. And to  oniplkisi/e this fad. and bring  ihe resource-? ol the,district of  South Mast Kootenay before the  people of Canada, so that they  can be readily understood, wo  have only to say 1hnl Hie largo  amount of ore shipped during  Ihe p,is1 \ear was the outpul of  only lour .shipping mines ..Thai  wo have olhor and equally as  valuable mines is borne, out by  the lad lhal a large number ol  partially developed properties,  isolated lo a eVrtain extent from  railway transportation, ha'vo  la.rue .piantitic. or ore, ranging  from 100 to 1.000 tons-on the  vai ions dumps, extracted during  the development stages of Ihe  pioportios  The 'production lor the past  yea j- has boon confined lo silver-  lead ores. The mining of copper  ores has not yet boiuin, though  copper has been found in paying  f|uautitios> all over the district,  in liicl a considerable number of  copper properties have been 'developed, and proved to have  copper ore,, carrying; from five,  to 'hirlyper cent in copper, besides values in gold,, silver and  load. ' '  .TiiK'JL'KOsviicrou has always  maintained, and still fully' believes, that South Rast Kootenay is destined to be the banner  producing district of tho( Province: and the ore production of  Ihe past year is in lino with, and  completely bears out such an  opinion.       .    >  Comparisons arc as a rule' obnoxious, and do but-little good,  yet The Prospector believes  that when you 'have soinelhing  good, in tho lino of mineral,  publish it. Lor the benefit of mining men. and the good of the  district as well.  I'I?odi:ctiox  FOR  11-100.  The   mines   of    South    East  Ko.iten.'iy in 1000   produced   of>,-  7.").'5 tons of galena ore.    The following list shows the   individual  Irid. and many properties have  reached a slage thai with adequate means of transportation  would be able to ship a considerable amount of ore inside of  thirty days.  The people of South Rast  Kooionuv are well satisfied with  the mining operations oJ the district during Ihe past your, and  llieir hearts are filled with  hope for Ihe.lulure, and TliK  Prosimoctoi; ventures to pre-  did that Ihe opening- year ol the  new century will see ihe Port  Steele mining division of lOast  Kootenay making a close run for  ihe leading position,' as the  banner mineral producing- di  trim ol Brilish'Cohuubia.  MASONIC    GATHERING.  THE UPPER  ST.   MARY'S.  output of the mines'  Noi ill sun"  St. 1 Zlljifin-  Sulliv.iii  SociL'H (,'irl.  i."i..")i:i  l ::..-ii):i  .i.lilT  i.uno.  valui:.  77">.(m()  M")..")S0  is::..'i.->o  .")0. mil)  Tol.tl  .'row's  .���1,1.7.").'!    >l.'lil.,"Sl)  The  Crow's   Xesl   Coal  Com  pauy mined and .sliijiped i'JJ0,-I77  tons of coal, vaimd ,il  the mine  at  SKiO.Dn-l.  The total   mineral   production  A   Rogion Rich   in   Mineral   Which  Will Have  Railway Connections  In th'j Near Futme.  A section of East Kootenay  which has not received the attention it, deserve.-, is that portion of the' Port Steele mining  division known as the SI. Mary's  district.t The St. Mary's river  and its tributaries have for years  boon known as a mineral bearing  region, but lor the mosl part, the  ore is copper of a low grade, immense bodies, which under the  circumstances and owing to the  remoteness of lranspo'rlalion,  cannot be exploited as rapidly  as mine owners would like to see.  The ores average higher than  those'of Butte and Anaconda,  and ,thore seen is lo bo no section  where ore ,is 'not jfinind: and  which will when the .railroad  penotrates that region become as  famous as any copper producing  section of British Columbia.  The principal work- during the  past year has been in the Pyramid Basin, Allci Crook. thc-Wost  Fork aifd" White fish Creek. Work-  in 1000.has been in most instances the regular yearly assessment, but during Ihe preceding,  two years a large amounl of work  was done. Many tunnels and  drifts have been run. shafts sunk  in all^ullicienl to determine that  largo ore bodies exists carrying  values in copper, gold and silver,  which awaits only transportation  to make this portion of the Port  Steele district become the '���Anaconda" oi British Columbia.  Among tho large companies  which have conducted operations  in LhiS vicinity are the Pyramid  Kootenay Co. The Selkirk Mother Lode Co. An English syndi  cale roprosentntcd by C. 11. Pollen  Institution of Elk River Lodge A.F.  & A. M. at Ferine.  There was, a large gathering  of the Masonic fraternity at  Pernio on Priday evening. The  occasion being the institution of  Klk River Lodge, A. P. Sc A. M.  Then; were present representatives from Cranbrook, Kort  Sleek1 and other points in the  district.  Immediately after the inslilu-  lion ceremonies ihe visiting  brothers, and members of KJk  River Lodge assembled to par-  lake of a banquet prepared under  the auspices of tlie lodge.  It was late when the programme was finished but evciy  one went away feeling lhat aside  from an excellent banquet, much  help Kitchener's  army   to suppress the Boers.  The Vancouver World expresses (he opinion that Joe Martin  may be at ihe head of the government in this province before  long. ���'Never in it hundred  years."  It is reported that the Prenoh  have sinister design"; upon Belgium.  ' The total value of imports  from Canada to Rngland during the past year amounted  to I'l^.rifi-t,!."!, while ihe exports  from Islngland to the Dominion  reached t'.'p.O^,!!.') I.  SMELTER   COMBINE  good had been accomplished' bailie establishment of a Masonic  Lodge tit Pernio. ,  'Rocky Mountain Chapter, R.  A. M. held its regular monthly  meeting on Tuesday evening, at  Port Steele.  A Good Season.  , Tu speaking of tlie future, one  minor says that there will be  more prospecting done, in 1H0I  than over before in Ihe history  of Ihe district. Development  work will be on a larger scale,  aiid a number of shipping mines  added to the list. Inside of a  year there will be more people  engaged in mining in the Fori  Sieele district than at,any time  in Ilie history of tho country.,  Closed Down.  Word was'received last Saturday   lhat  Hie  North  Star mine  i " "  had been temporarily 'closed.  The reason assigned 'for this  move was that it was necessary  1o inako'new c6nlracl.s for sine It-  i r i  ing. and treatment of ore. It is  to "be hoped that the new contracts will be made at an early  date, work resumed, aiid lhat  the North Star and .other  shipping mint's in the district  will .make a record breaking  year in the shipments ol ore,  during UKM.      - ��  The   American   Smelter   Push.   Will  Prove   a   Blessing   to   South  East Kootenay. ,  Thev American Smelfing and  Rehiring Co. will not make any  further purchase ofJead ores in  the Slocan.  , The' .smeller combine in ihe  United States are contemplating  a freeze-out game on British Columbia lead ore.  Under the existing circumstances some of the silver-lead  mines may have to shut down.  It is possible that the smelting  combine are trying lo force the  silver-lead mines of,the Province  into a binding eo>itract I'or a  number of years.  The outcome of the present  condition of alfairs will doubtless  be lo give a wholesome impetus  to the smelting industry of the  Province.       <.  Wo may conli'ciontally expect  lo see a .smelter built in the  Kootenay valley in the near  future.  The action of the American  smelter combine will .prove a  blessing id South East'-Kootenay  FIGURES THAT  DON'T LIE.  South East Kootenay Continues to  Improve Its, Mineial Resources.  Tho recording and issuing of  public documenis pertaining to a  district like South Kasi Kootenay is always interesting reading, and to inijiniL' num. I'vory-  thiiiii- 7-elating fo the mineral resources and ihe progress of the  district in general il is of more  than general iuier.-si.  The (.'ovcrnmeiii officials at  Port, Steele have jusi eompleiod  the Compiling o! tin-years work.  < ���iTliliiMlc-  lii'.-.inli it     ,     .  I.in-.it iiii'>...-.,  ( Vrthiiulf- i if liii|)i if.. mi .nl-  ( Yin.vy.inri'^  IVn.iil-  I'.ti lin-i'rlii|)  Ngivi-iin-iit.,      ....  I Idi'iini.'Mi'. I'ili-d.  Allidiivit-, of Work  .   .  Ktvi' .MiiK'i'"- l.iciMiv.���  K. .Nl. I.n-i-n-c. tn ('<>iii)Mi]i(_v,  "      " " l<l .Sllll-tilllli;-,  "    " " S|)i'ci,ti.  ���:    " "    Spi't-inl to i 'oinpiiiiii.  Total     Kevenue    from  Minor's" Cerlilicates   *t,;j:3G.!jrj.  Total revenue   from   receipts   in-  general $T\,():',(>.77i.  I Mar-ci'Claim- ni foi el.-.,   . 1  '" I'itruier-lnji      ...        1  .M iiu'i--' Tjim-c- ..   .  in frit-re '   ...  Record-, of Abandonment-.  Water Criint- .tad IVnnit-  7(1!  ."i(Kl  .'!���_'( I  I-'  'V  .      NIJs  i;s-<  10  i  <)  Wren  l  :i  Messrs.   Petty  and   Vales  have a   group of   ten   claims in  including     coal.  amounted     to  !si'.:|s|.,-,:)|.  IN  otii'-:w   1  .'ll'l.'lC  1's.  'IOV-.  \ \i.ri:.  K,isle and Slocan  1^ id,)  Sloi-.lll  1 ..life  .>.(> in  sandon.   IMn-cc 1 "��i-k  'I.IKI0  Tol.il  ���iJ.OOO  <? T.IO.IMI'i  Ko-diind I'l-ltict   .  liL'J.MlO  .:. mo. oon  Iloiuid.n-y  HIJ.UIIIl  1. ()(!(). Olll)  Ni'l-on     ii tl    oilier  point-  J.."i()0 000  Tlll.ll      \.llll.ll Kill       Ol  111!    i'rilMIM-e  1  li(l'.I..Vtl  Valuation in IS'i'l..  ll.T.MI.OOO  Illi-I r.l-e 11  l'.MII  s",.^si.".:ii  Accordim' to il  OVl  ligui e.s  Chicago,     Jan.  hundred    Uapl.isl[  Illinois will hold  fashioned  revival  weivr  ciiurclios     in  regular, old-  inoeting   last-  he entire.- week.  Got your job printing done   al,  The PiiOSPKCTOU o(lice.  which' are proxn. 1 'lv cm nv-l.  South Idas I Ko 'eii.'M -villi but  Our sbippit".' mine-.. I ."- pro  duced one -i ���/ n ol ; lie i. I..I \ -i I  ualion ol ihe mine" >| produi ' ion  of.tlKvye.a.r. ...  ie r��!.sul;,' of milling oper-  ations in this (lis! :ic! during the  pas'l ���year i.-;. highly sai'.i-l'ii'",ory  from evtu-y'poii.it of viow. ; Slow,  nit. conski.n1 develoiunent.'of. individual properties litis boon the  rule throughout  the  entire dis-  Docella Hasin. Petty. Longley  and McKinnon have ten claims  at camp Longley. Messrs Dewar  Murphy, and others have a number of claims on Alki creek.  A charter i'or the construction  of a railroad from Ihe vicinity of  Pilot Bay extending lo Port  Steele will bo applied for at tho  no.xl session of the Legislative  Assembly. With the railroad,  reduction works lor Hie economical treatment of ore: and this  vast district would al once become producing, and add materially 10 tho wealth of Rast Kootenay, and the Province.  There, tire hundreds of promising claims in this section, but  practically nothing but actual  assessment work- has been done,  except by Ihe large companies,  but with ;i railway in sight, and  transportation assured, the output ol copper ore would be enormous  Cai bonato King Group.  Manager II Olson ol tin* Carbonate I ."n g gioup ol claims was  iu town on Wednesday The  Carbonate King group is situal  ed on Unrdsorubblo creek, a tributary ol Ihe Skookum Chuck  Mr. Olson says that over IO11  feet ol funnel and drills have  been run. the mineral /one lias  boon crosscut I'or ;'i distance of  lio feet, 'the zone is heavily mineralized with iron ami carbon-  at.es of load. At the end of the  d'oifS-cut considerable galena , is  coming in. vMi\ .Olson returned  fo the lnino.on Thursday. Work  will be continued, all winter.  Largo Ore Bodies.  It is the opinion of prospectors  and miners that there arc large  bodies of rich ore in the mineral  belt, that traverses 1hc country  at the forks of Wild Morse creek  which has a varying width -of  halt'a mile to two miles. Considerable prospecting will be  done during the coining su miner,  also a large amount of development done in this vicinitv.  A Warm Town. .  Spokane, Washington, is a  warm place. In fact according  to the police reports '-There is a  hot time in the old town" -every  hour of the day and night. The  total number of arrests during  tho past year was���only���I.iiOS.  There were 1700 men and  women arrested for being drunk.  The sum derived from tiues  during this ''hot time" amounted  fo si>7,013.  Pauncofote Will Remain.  London.   January     10.���Lord  Pduncefole. lb-itish Ambassador  to ihe United States, will remain  indefinitely in Washington.  ToleRraphic Notes.  Uncle Sam is,preparing to pro-  tool Americans al Panama  The re volution in Venezuela  has boon wi ped onl.  Chinese envoys have received  instructions Ironi the court, not  to sign the joinl nolo  The Chinese lost I'lld men  killed in a light with the (!er  mans.  The mining industry at Phoe-  UK is making great strides.  The transport Sherman was  caught in a typhoon oil the .lap  a nose coast and badly damaged.  ( It is .said that the . Tammany  ring in Now York, lias ������collected  ovor;$ri,0<i(i..)!"i0 in blackmailing  gambling. and disreputable  places.  One hundred thousand of Her  Majesty's .black subjects in  South   Africa   have   offered   to  Anxious for Peace.  Capo Town, Jan.'M.���The central peace commission, at Kron-  staclt, has issued a circular, in  which ' il, is urirod upon Ihe  burghers the duly of surrendering and accepting the terms  offered by'Kitchongr. The circular points out that the British  will never restore independence  lo the republics.  News Notes.  New ��� York, Jan. 7.���Today's  stock- market wa*. nearly a  million in excess of Friday's  groat record. The stupendous  sales of securities amounted, lo  2,f47,000 shares.       ' ' '  Pekin, ,.lan.' 7.���It is up to  China now. till the powers have  presented identical agreements.  Prince Ching and Li Hung  Chang will sign I ho agreement,  but by so doing may lose their  heads.  Rochester. N. Y.. Jan. 8.��� Tho  Rochester orphan asylum was  destroyed by fire thi.s morning,  and 27 persons are known to  have perished and 25 are injured  some doubtless fatally.  Winnipeg. .;<*in 7.���-/The sensation here today, was the entering of a petition against the return of Joseph J-lernior to the  Provincial House. They allege  a corrupt , bargain between  Premier Robin and Archbishop  Lnugevin, bribery and fraud.  Piquet Road, Capo Colony,  Jan. 8.���The Boers boast thai  llieir prose,!! 1 invasion is only ti  big patrol, preparatory to tin incision in force by (General  Dewet.  New York. Jan. s. - The talk  of another big war loan to meet  the expenses ol Ihe protracted  Hritish campaign was going the  rounds in banking circles. It  was believed such a loan would  again find American bankers  ready to lake up a large share  of il.  Cape Town, Jan s. .Martial  law has been proclaimed 111 the  districts of Calviuia, Clan  William, Pearl, Pulbagh tind  Stellelbosch.  ......  K.  In reading Ihe above record'if  will ho noticed that 10-l.s affidavits of work, '-yearly .assessment" have been recorded. Thi.s  indicates that outside of properties Crown "ranted, there is 104.S  prospects or claim's under actual  development, il a)so carries the  conviction to'all. that the claim  owners of South East Kootenay  are doing actual worlc-"holding  their property by development  as far as possible with their ���limited capital,1 and nol by recording them from year to year.  ��� One thousand and   forty-eight  claims in thi.s district have  been  worked   to .the ' extent   of   -SlOfi  each. :">00 new locations were  recorded during ihe past year     Is  this   not   convincing   proof  that  the   prospectors   have   a    largo   ,  amount ol faith in   their  claims.  ,  and the future prosperity of, the '  district. f '  We also lind that .'!7 properties  have boon Crown grained/  ��Wo consider lhat this is a most  satisfactory state of affairs in re- .  lation to our tumoral development, and can only add. let the  good work- go on, and by so doing, show that South East  Kootenay is all right as a pro  ducer of minerals  Skookum Chuck District.  There will bo,a largo amount-  of development done on the  Skookum Chuck during the coming summer. Messrs. Hanson  and O-re'/. have a number oi men  at work on a big galena property  in this vicinity They will work  all winter.  i.aici: VIEW.  On Copper creek, a tributary  of the Skookum Chuck, is situated the Lake View group of  mines. A tunnel is 111 some 7<i  feet with a good showing of copper ore. The vein is eight feel  in width, tho tunnel following  the hanging wall.  i  A number of placer claims, in  this neighborhood will commence  work- as .soon as the -ea.son will  permit.  East Kootenay Stock.  < 'row '- .W-i ('<>al                            *  i'!.."i(i  Norlli Si.(i  ''(��*  Snllb ,m  1 1-  Silvci-lcatl Quotations  1 i:ir Sih >���!  (.'li  Mcm'imii (lull.11 -  ���C.i  C(i|>|ii'i-                                                      |  t   '��'_'  Extensive   ledgesof  gold   sil-  Seconrl Contiiifjimt Returns.  Halifax. Jan "\ The steamship lto.slyn Castle, with tin-  second Canadian contingent on  board,, armed Ikmc I Ins (>\ omug.  The men will l.-ave 111 the afternoon forborne1;  li A telegram was received 011  , Wednesday from McAllister  ; Robinson, lendering the compli  ments of the season to his fnends .  vor. copper and  load   are   found ��� at K01.,   Steele,     Mr.   Robinson  is with the returning''heroes  at  iii   the  mountains   within   a few  miles'-of Port Steele.  Halifax.  ' i  i  V &  il the /'kospkctOi;:.  port Steele, h. c, January 12, i.-oi.  "M'AHtWIIKn     l��>*5  7��. E5. 6race,  l-TBMSIIBll    AXO     KOI'l'DK.  THE PROSPECTOR, i- pnl'li-hi'.!  e\cr> Saturday, and lia- .�� Rii.n niuo*.-.!  circulation larger than :ni> ntlit-r iMpci  In En.~t h'ooicniiv. It i^ .ill lioin..- I'uniid  and contains double the new- "��� ���>">  other paper in Ihe district.  As an  advertising   iiiedl'im   n   ���- '"'���  excelled.   ,  Devou-U m ilie upbuilding of Toil Sit ������!��� ill"  levelopuient ol tlie \iist iiilnui.il n-scnni���s .-i  the East Kootenay iiiinint- district.  Subscription-,,   .. : (-'"M"''   ������'�����  AdveriLsim.' rates nude known on .ipi'lh-.ii'ui.  Contributions art ���.olU-iti-d from :.l! jj.it-i-"f-In.  district, bin all ma tier iiiundid foi iiii'dli-.iiion  must Imve the; writer's ->i<-n:iiuri:.  THIS PAPER  1- l.l-pl ml Hie ill ID' .iiliii-  tlslllt'llU'-l)'-* "f vl:"' "'''' '  JtCO., Suite 1''.. ['"list N'ntli'lial II..nl. ISilililni.'  Spokuue, Wash . nliere n,mr.,a> imi. I" )iwil<  for it,.  Thi��; Ponpr K '���" >'L " "!'' '" l:,''  1 nib   ra\iv\   oAici: s' Ail) ei 11 slim  AKency. *4 and "W Mi-ri-lniits l.jul..n.-< -���'>'  Vrancisco. California, when* mull �� t- fn' ���"*-  vertisi.-i),' can lm jniide for it  This-   Panpr 1-1?'"'" "'',l '���"'   x  V'  I [lib r dpCI K[���, .,��� rv, Nensi>.ii> 1 Ad  vetislnir Ai.-cni*y. Monircii uliVii ,.���.,;, ni  for fHUi-rtislnt: i-an be mii.l, fur it.  This.    P'l   -WM-    N " "''''   "l     '', "'"',  1_II|S,       1     il     'tl (il.lll.llll   A      '"-     l"'>  .store. ripol.it n,\ \V.i,sh  {��he $f��o&p2ciox  SATURDAY. .lA.VI'AKV  \z   I'l'l.  WITH ihe advent ol a rnil-  way norih and -outli  through the K'tioienay valley;  steamboat coininuiiication tjnellif  Kootenay river, to all puini.- not  touched by rail: tho realizaiion  of the hopes of the pioneer-- of  tli'is region will be accomplished.  The panorama' of a now indus-  ' trial era will then bo'spread bo-  fore us. giving an opportunity  to measure the results so rj'ar as  I, s.  accomplished    and   to   ostimate  .   the benefits likely to accrue from  this groat impulse.  ' f.      ?      y  In the main range of-the Rocky  Mountains   'within   a   short   dis-  -   tance of Fori Steele,  there   is a  mineral district of great richness  that must giveeniployuionf lo a  ��� large number of men, and  soopo  ���for   the] investment, of a  'lar^o  amount of capital.  The advantage ol tho Kootenay river, is becoming more, apparent every year. The necessity of small steamboats for the  'transportation ol ore, lo- points  on    the, river   where   reduction  ��� works will bo erected, is plain to  be,'.seen. That ii .smeller ..will  soon bo buill 'in tho Kootcnny  valley, along 'the river front in  the uear future, I hero is no  doubt. Steamboats will then he  the,important factor in the transportation of ore from points not  touched by tho railway.  ��� / X X  The fame.or the Fori, Sieele  mining district of Soulli Knsl  Kootenay which hn,s aoue abroad  lias caused (inining, experts to  look at the promised laud.  ���"{ t ir  , West Kootenay as a mining  ceuler is known all over the  world. South Eiisl Kootenay is  close by the side of her sister  district      as     a    producer    and  shipper.  *,>..<'  These districts will make  marvelous strides and soon be-,  come the premier mining districts on the American continent  -.*��� *        -X  ^1  It is boyondquestion that  I Incoming year will be one of groat  progress in the Port Steele  district.     There   is   not   a town in  the district-  better  local ed    for  business than Port Steele.  *    *    .���  It does not need a   prophet   to  foretell the outcome of  the Fori  Steele   district.        It   lias   .been  shadowed for  some  years   past. I  eclipsed by the   development   of]  the  mineral   resource.-  of other j  districts   and    poiuis   clost;     toj  transportation.      But   now  with ,  an  output valued   at si!.o,M.r>.!4,  South East: Kootenay :is  in   the  procession   close' 10   the   band  ' wagon.   '���'',-.".���  FORT  The Mining Center of the District of South East Kootenay  The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway, Recently Surveyed, will pass through  STEELE  %'  Arid    Tap    the   Greatest    Mineral   Belt   of   the   District  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  S .   ' ' 1 , ' ��� ,  Apply to       R. L. T. Galbraith,       Townsite Office.  ^mtmimtmfflmtmmmmnstmmwmmttmmmmmfflf^  I N. HANSON, j  s~: General iyiercHartt AND 3  s=   ' LiQi4or Dealer. '-  P  The  Headouarters  for   Mining   and   Commercial   Men  *  II  $  Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber,       A large assortment of seasoned Lumber and bhinirles always  on hand.  D1MMNSTON      LUMBER  SPECIALTY.' =3  R  u  u.  I      Wfl.Sfl, ���-  q.njyiniiJ3J^riJuyyifLWJiruvi^  " raE B^ CrASSAY & CHEMICAL  '   *j��     ^ , SUPPLY CO., Ltd.  7313 PENDER STREET.     c  \ $r      Vancouver,    B.    C     ^f  Pi We are Manufacturers and direct Importers, and carry a  cJ large stock of Balance's. Furnaces. Fire Clay Goods, Scientific  tji and" Practical Books. Glassware. Platinum Goods, Acids.  g: Chemicals, and all other Assuyers' and Miners' requirements.  |! SOLE AGENTS for Morgan Crucible Company, Battersea, Beck- |  s er's Sons' Balances, Braun"s Gasoline Furnaces, Etc. !|  5, Catalogue and full particulars on application. ,    ig  r _ ____   -^ ^-t.  ,    f'3  Hotel  ���   Tf you want, the   inining   news  of the district   read   Thk   Puos-  PKCTbrt.        ���''.','.'       ���'   ..'  Get. your job printing done  nl  TlIK   PltOSI'KC'I'OI! Office.  ..  1  J  entra Hote  H. W. DREW,  ���'',...        Proprietor.  Port Steele.  All    Modern     Conveniences  i" ' ' c  FORT    STEELE,   B.    C.  Large   Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.  Port    Steele  rewitig  FORT STEELE,  B. C.  Co.  MAN!  .Mi  1!ERS     and    BREWERS    OF    EXTICA    F  BEER  <x-fe.  FORTEK  CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS,  COPYRIGHTS AND DESIGNS  Send your bu*iinoi(i direct to IVnuhliiKton,  saves tluiu, routs less, butter servic*;.  My office clois to U. 8. Patent Office. FREE preliminary examinations made. Atty'i f**s sot doe until pktest  li lecared FEKSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN-19 YEAKB  ACTUAL EXPERIENCE. Book "Hov to obtain PjiUhU,"  ��tc.r lent A-ee. Patent! procured through E. 0. Bigger*  receive special   notice,  without charge,  In   the  INVENTiVE   AGE  Illustrated monthly���Eleventh year���terms, $1. a year.  FGSIGGERS^0^^^  L. U. UlUULIIUiiWASHINGTON, D. C.  IMINING  ! THIRTY-ITIWTH YEAR.  -I* SCIENTIFIC  PRESS  24 Pa^es, :  Wtefcly  :  Illust'rati;d.  IINDiSI^JNSABLE  TO MINING MEN.  $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.     ,  ��KS1>  FOlt SAMPI.K COPV.  MINING andSd^ntific PRESS  330 MARKET ST., SAN FRAHCISCO, CAL.  CALGARY FLDUR  fort Steele  Meat  Market  Working Overtime.  Kitflit. Jiimii- laws iire l^rinnul li.v tlmsc  FRESH  R.-.W. ROGIBRS, Proprietor!  Mid 'SALT 'MNATS- ALWAYS  ;   OX  HAND.  SOLD ' BY   THE    BARREL/ ,KEG../0R-'. .BOTTLED  Bottled beer for family iise a specialty.  ()UTS1 DIO ORDERS 01 VEN STRICT # PROM fT.ATTTONTION  lif,.i'ilN   Milli-.ns 'an- lt.|WllvMii. w���rk l^rosli   Miilibut.   Sij,liuon,.SM.linoM  Trout,   I Sologna. Sausage,  Ki&tCK^ R^s-    Pi��h,m��i��.un��..i,.Ke,i�����n.       .",  ����liu and nil Sl.011111.rl1. I.ivcr iunl I''"vvcl; ,  iroiii.i..-.-..    Kusy, jiit-uHiini.. suf.-, sure.j , v,v,-i  cf^olr*            aiul           'K'imherlev  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED-  P. O. BOX 812  TELEPHONIC   NO.  MONTROSE BICYCLEjUFREE  iiiireolyci." The ''MOUTRDSC  lit our Sperilil   Asrent'  I:: tin- kii'UIvsC luri>:-.ln'in n I.  >toun.ll'l:l \\\u:ti\ .ill Ili�� umrAL'triuifl V  JIAM'IMCTi;i!K!:s   kiiiI in!:.. i:-|  KUI'.IIMIO 2lll!li:i.  TROStr" Bicycle ���*,�� <rv =7,  '�� ��.1!:il>!i; |).5.;i- .:['���$��� r. OiH.--'  .Ii'j-ulu rnvrW;,..,���!.    I'.;,' iwihiiuv's f;,,i,J|  ii^^d I"  HK'lI'Ml  <-t  .jllk-l.-ly   l;in.jili;i..l'i,:  uii.ik'.t.-'ii.'.'.'ui'i.' .' fttOEft: JlGE��!T IuvimUvAh n. n'mVAl.MU.M  unit laltui'i-iltiv.   .liii'ii��i'!;ls i.i'iLi.. imtiiiv fust . ���  "���->< j-l.nr. Iinm.ini: i-.'-i-'ii'.iiir il.:vi,.,. i��� i;i..(,.��� .,.,,,. ,... ;',;.;,  H.IIW. HUr.lt J'lliV,.. il.ttil.lvii: ...'|,..i|..l..i. ,l.;v|,,. |��� l:i..(..��� ,��,! , .; , ���..,,  l.liitilUi Ij.'1-j lt.,.vul .'.t.-.h i-rt.uiit tit.: i-..|.-' m|��l Jluvl><'liiili:iiii,<| /..ji.,.,.,- ..  Mill uasli'.l, rilillilll||. I..".:'.."i! 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Io Ht'.dOt-oniJi   _  ..... .JdltitWitrll V"  UNABLE to BUY i  Sick 4& Mutz:,- Prop's.  <]tt  ti*;t  iMitMifjl'-tiim tin: rUvau il.-tunl-  - --  .thl^n��Mn.tMrMlnr.:lAMiflni-Miiatrvi,.'w  |i|U*l>;.liniihu^fulvtft'tI_>_u nnj ti-.il no liliih riadi-.    W<; <:hii f|tiiiiltih L'u'im.  i*liii*. ��� lVi! do iiut Kitnr.'iiiU't' ii'-r iciM.m-,  ..... nf ji;iv oih: cli e, ho in:it(<*r vim < ������ li..-v  ��d i,:t u�� mi *uii ii..*..- iin.'.'ii ��������(. ,��������, -Jivi. .M,���,'; ���<���;,,;,";... t'-X-V.!!;.    C  #A   DfllV "��� wlu',:l v.,j f:u, ii,:l:,l. vi.ti l.t ICAIi.S A ItU'Vt'l !��� I '-.i;.,-  t. ,.-..,       "rc    ��"������"���������   lO.DUT  t|.|l.i.tliiK.'i.l,.l.��.ti..-if,-.fi!in. "r.livr      "urcid'.mi 'lli'ii  |n���<;ll town Tor tills |inr|iiiM!. \V�� huru Mircml lltititlivil SKC'WM> IIAMI H'Hi:i;i.s Ulji'tt l-i I r ilV wl,l.'l ��������  K.V.''I"l"."t '"��� *" l.ii#l<li:iti:ltt HlBittHiitiunliuiiwiiniKniiiiilim iunl ".ill niuilcl* .vci vttlii'iin. SiihI f,.i-lli,r,4;,, 1.1.1.  mtK.I-KI.IAIIII.l-ir fnutiiiiii-ttUoiu-il. Wo refill- ti. ��n,v lu.uk .ii-biisliiMsli,,,,^ |,!V:i.it-*.5��'or. ny'L^tir -h ' ���  Siruli! "i'J'Ji".'^ 1,i"i;l,L''��'".1 yi'" R,t^i'r *:r "-���'"���'"���"I*���<l>"--=�� f�����' <>��> ia.WHt i,,u,k��m cnimm, ir v���u'��mi. n..  SEND YOUR ORDER f?',n.?; .**''��'��wl>rlt:unii.l<ltet.o���tpF.-lut l<-r...��.ifiilil|iiiieiitvltUoul.-.li.iio8ltwlll  **?IL��1**'    I VUll   UllUblt liutvltliilrnwti vnr}-Knr,ti..   [irOivc tiuinn ���r IIiIm tiaimr .,.  ��/. L. MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, ohioa^ in.  yi  >?��,!  I. i.  THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE. H. C, JANUARY Ii\ 1��01.  ��te Hgtxy&p&ctov.  SATOKDA Y;.:iANlJAJ.Y VI. liitil.  .."'    ������"; Washington Lutter.  Washington, D. ,G.,. Jaii;;"^!~  ."���'" TI;)e-No\v.Y('ai-'s;r;��l(;bra(,i()ii was  ������.  .... the; cu'eiif; of ;1h<*; past week in  ��� >��������� j.lh'is city: v> The*'; year: was.Jnau-  ...':. g'lYrat'edby .a great,puiViic.i-eeep-  Hon;at tlie;;While Boiisev; followed-by; inceptions'at, flic ho uses, of  ������-'.'. ���-..lilie: cabinet ; ministers,;and;;; ni  ''������."  those of tlie;publie generally. '  ���'.;���'; llit was., .feai-ecl;   that .   Lord  .."^^Panhc'efofe.vAvbiilcL/'haye; retired,  '   Ylxifore the1 present reception,' but  ';'..' ��� his; many  f rip'ndsv were ; g'lad.. to''  ? "��� see hi ni again.--; ���.���''. .";   ? 1 ��� ' '''".������    ;':'  ���'.o������"'��� .-Therehave been, a/numbe-' .0  ���,';���   British visitors in' tlie , city "tins  ������,'.. week:    Among,: LheinV were  two  ;: :Englfsh  army:,,onicprs,'.; Capla.ih  ; Silverthprnq  and Captain Dean-  .;. ���.���Duiidusi';jwho'si.t'i]ij),jr'r'lici,e;J!o'r'''ii  :';   day io break �� Ijieir .tri'|>   fi-oiii  ���', ..Jjiverpool     to';.   Now. Y.Orleans!''  , :������ Tlien' will'talre^ii shiplbild of   re-  ':',���'' i'nohnts for the;soldiers in,Soiifli,  '.���:���'.' A f r i ca. :r. A11 o tl 1 e r'. y.i si to r comes  :/;>;; from CapeXLV>wn::Y'!He:'is:'Griilin  .��� Darnally'f and is engagetl,'i 11 .tlie  >sale ; of���',.- diamonds/;1 and'    otlio.ii'  . ::,;prccipus::,M^  >' tt;L6iidon^bahkei\^shi]sb':here. .^  H. ;:piNpAN,vKo|riet6r.  Fort Steele, B ��� G,  arg^st a-tid  ���'���  -������'������.���������. ;. 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A'''-".-".. ���' '.'.-.'���' '��� -'���";'������' '  ���'...';":  ,.   ...i'.      :���'.���.,',,.��� - -, ���/������'.������'.  ij.^Ki;...  ,:',," '���;:;:-,.'v:��* ;,rShbpt-tp';Kill../.r,,-'���;",,;/ '���.*:'  v;',y.'/-.';in;:,^  :;.;in; South^Africa,;//Sir //Charles  v;Rqsssays:^--;It'is1 impossible to  '������������^spGak'-.too'-liiln-lTiy  -:'���:, work dbiieiby/.ilm'.��� Ca.hadians i/iii"  -f; South ; ATl-idaV ;,: ��� 'TheV Gana'diaiis  /; were:,among/the; ;;besOv"r5oldiei-s  ^���-thajb��� spryedi/iiii;^ the\:cai'iipaigii.i/  ;.!;j5v;eii'ti.e'.B^^  ^uid'Siiicl^  >;vengage.-tliem.'beLiause/tJieyV shot  I'jta'km./^  f;;:;The';western;, training/'of'tlie;  ;: Canadiansi in^iighthig^Indians,'  '/.l'l'^  :v'.bfjcpinQ;-'gbpcl'."Th  '���_������ ai-a/deadi; Y/In/'fpl lowing';up|;iliis  ;n.dea,:;;t;he&B^  aspect a,;white;;'il.ag,^;.'afsp 4b^col.]iS,  .goodly ben ^  ������.'iiiPQariacliaiis.'siro  Samp]^  Headquarter  I  #s':'i'' :���.  :';;������,;. :;".,':'j'Coar'Output^For. 1900;.^..'i,^;  .���'' ;V;; The- ;out.pii 'tii^i'f^cpttiO^foitt^lie  <..^^ New ^ancouyei'.Cpiil, Company's  ;e��vmmes'|kr^^  |.i;:;;Tliese;>::;coal^  :::::Vw6ri*:ed|Vc6iitin1uOnsly  J.>y1eaT^,f^.^'0i^;;'^  &^Tfti��'Cr6^  ;:^'p(inyJpuCepi.,t';230^  ',;'.'.:is;r;a'.-; greatvsho.wihgj.fer ;a'.''hew  . .'field.; which���;'lias.}been; .iiV^active,  'VOpei^itidn.;'^less;;.'' tlianYfcwb-'years.'  :YThe^';^6ar;>l^;l.A,w^  ,;.:'G^'ow.?S;':N^ii'CdnYpaii5^,'-tbe;v]argr;  est..producer,,of ''coal   iir'British  .-'. .Golii,mbia.:.'',::,';.  ���y-'-\'"������i',\:  : _>;y:': ;;;;.;: ;^:.notice^;;;v'y',,,,-{;���:.:���:.-.i..  ���",..N'otice.ls lieniby fjlvcn Unit apiiliciiUoii will  liu miiilo to tliu'l.bjiisliitiii'c of. Llie.. I'i'oviiico. tit  .llritlsli Columbia ,-it.its iipxt Sesslont'oi-'nii Act  to incorporaU' nil :is.spciiitioh' io U.J Un'owii lis  -vTiiE.^iiKiT'sii... .cpr.uMuiivL 'mjninc;.  .'ASSOC'rATipN'.-^iliu���'siild Liifisociiitloii .licjiiy  loundotl l'oi'" tlie folip\$Hf,r: piirposor;. 'niiimily:.:  .Pii>i;:,,,;;to';:.])rohibtii'.Ttlie!',>'iii;t^  'licet(id.witli tliii c'udno'iuiciii proiluctin'ti or'valii-'  able iiiliiuriilN mill mctii.ls by ineiins .'o't?; ��� n ot'ii ii km'  for.. thc^ruiiiliiitr. anil'  ilisciissioii iof. liicliiiiciil.  piipiTrs'iiii'il.tlio'suliscquoliViilslriliiition or.sueii''  Jiiforiiraittoji jis./jjiiuv'tio.. i$iiilic(l: 'iiiraiiffli���! ".tlii.*;  'meiltiimor pulillcatioii.'-Sci'Oiiil,' ilic'oij'i.iilillsii^  inciit ofii central jrqfoi-ciiuc library aniia lil'iiil-  (iuaricrs for the'iini-pose' of', tills,' organization.  'I'iriril, t'o.v,t:il!U . cpricortcil .'action.; tipoii   sucli  ���ilia liters: as ;ii If out. ilie niiiiiiiijimiV inetailiir'fii'a.'  iiiiliisli'ies of tlio j.'i'ovinccI oi'liri'tlsh Coliiiiibiii  .aiiil io eticour'a'.-e anilproinbte tlidsO: Inilu.stries  by ali'lawfiil antllioiio'iirable nieaiis. ������.f'.i'fi*:":: ,V  ::R: piiteil at l.bssjaiitl.;ii;;;c;.;.jp(;c:eniber; liitlij'  ; ".v>;; "������'. i ���. f':. "pA'ii v.,".t ;.n A mi i>TpN,; l:';jy/,^'''.  '.>-: y.;',   ;i ",'\y:;.f ' Solicitors;fiu':applicahts. ;,:  ;:;;;;t;:;:'9;,-:NOTicE.i;yi:j :/;V;;\'V';;,;;%;;:  .'.Talie uptice. tliat'.tiiirty iluysfroiii .tbordato  lierebt riiiteiul to apiily.tof,liie HorioiirabU'vUiC'  Ciiiet;;Coniiiiis'sio!i'er of'r.aiicls" aiid W'orUs'fprii  speEiiil liceh-je.tp' init .anii:cari*y .'awiiy'.tiihbcii  fi-oiii" tlie,fpllbwiii'-di'iscribed lanils:;.Coiniiienc-  1111,' lit'ii; poiiit at'the soutli west corner, of: Lot  W-ISl'I: Group;;, pneSviiSstj; KbbtenayHj.bistrict.  ruiinlii',' tlieiic'eivest'Sli ipds^  roils: -Hheiice'.iix'si'iHO roiisT/theiice'Vioi'tiivajy  roils:,,tlience eiist;7^0..rods':;'.;'iiicnce.s.oiiUi/.'H'.'O  'i-ii(ls,.'to^,tiio pltice.'of.'bc'.'.iiiirt  ;-������.-" ;lia&d,iit:l'-ei:iil'e;rli; Oitliis aitii'ilay"; of^xbi  yemi)er,^A:;D:::i;6iHl!v'aK��;;r;'s;|?i:P^  ,,,,JIIP  :P^Sin]fife:|e^ecu  '���sV,,;,,;:1,,.',V ,.,.������. '.'..C:.;v. A'(rv"'i.,',,W-!,1.',I: :'.;���.. ;^;''\;-:V^.f-'':.',V'',.. 'riV/ .":.' ",'..:;'���,���:���';.;���.�����������' ���:.-''".'' ''���&',-' -,&2.W~.'\.;::?y-'.  Kootenay ;i  ���;V;(*;  >>;';  '������:' 'Seal Arbitration Case;,. '.;..,.,  :'-':. ''The' '^Hagvie, 'h\ Jan^/, S.-i-Tiie  <A:m.e];ican :'caso /...'iii'-; the:;:Russian-'  .s ;Ameri'can0,;seal- arbitratipn,' case  .'; before''Ai-bitrator ^Asser was ;sub-  ���';��� mittedrtoday-' by;'ilr!^H.''S. X��.'  ; Pierce, secretary of:;'the; United  5'.States:.legatidri'.. who Secured ;'30  : :days;,exteiis.ipn:ol:'tl"Kv::pei;iod .ii'i:  /. /.which; '.''.evidence: -'. niight;' "-bp; .^s'tibr  .ihitited.-..  ,:','���''.'���,.:       v:,'.v ���' ��� ': ;":";,  i^:^:'V.'^;i;V:";,:WTlpKi>;.^,C'^  .: '-'I'a'Ue.nptice tli lit tlilrty ila'ysfroin', tlie: date  hereof Tintend to apply to tiie::ilbiiourable'tlic  Cliiiif Cpuiinissioiicr of r.aiiils aiicl \Voi'i;s .'foi; :i  special,license, to ,cui, and, ciirry awayy tinibeiv  frpin ttie.f.ollowin'- describetriaiiils: ConiniPiic-  'iiiiiat apostpiantodon Ilie west, banlc.of.Mil;1  Kiver.about; one',; mile north of Hhe:. t.owii. of  ,l''erni'e.. running iliciice iii'a norfaier.ly ilirectioii  alon;' iheivest bank of tlie Klklliyer, for a dis-  tiuic.' of tu-t'i lnilesi'.'thcnCe iii ii;wi!sierly'ilireo-  tion,~4(l i;ods: tlii'.ncp'in a'.soutlieriy ;directiph.  two miles: itlicnce'in'iili;,easterly tliie'ciioii -4(i  ro'iisto place of bcyiiiniii'-.'���,.'���, ... '" '/'���  .bated at ifenilu.'M; C this i'litli day'-"b'f.'.Np-  yembei-.iA, iX'.'iiH.K).:   V'j..    ���.-".:''f'.l.:-^::. ;���,:;'���,;';  v.:.51-:.' ^'';:,;:.,',!.;':;vC;.m. mosVortit?' '  ': ,   i:     "Carindiaii Dairynien; ,;   , '    .'  .���:;v .Torp.nl.o,'..]'aii., 'j.^The, annual.  '���meetihg  .of -the ;; Butiei' '-���' ,and  Cheese jAssocialion;,: .of '1<ja��tern  Oiita.rip. began ;il;  Sinith's   Falls  ,;,'��� today and will eonfciline until tlie  ' I l.th;   ''-'A. iHiniber .of  essays ;bn  .. checse'ahd butter - nvaldhg.' wei-e  -"read.   P. ri/.os gi \;<>'ii .1 ly l:'l i e.v \Vi nd -  sor.Sall; Coin)ia.ny,-iud Tlie~l)oiir(i  .of dii-eotorS;wil 1 be.awarded!   o  :: LET'S T,ALK IT OV.ER,;,!. ���������;   .';'  iriiii-'.'OiiiitUliaiis:.--     ,...';'  .'I'liis '|i..ilii'..v ol' .v.iiii- ��� iin.!tt-ly'-t.iloi!lo(l  rnliirs is in.fiiviir ni' t,'i-;i(if' u'i'l.liin llie  oni]iii'0. " Viiur I'l.'ili-iiii isi.ii'. :t]i|ii-ii\'c*s ill'  it..'   Bui. siM.l.inj: i|];t.:. usiile.' .l..-i|i|iii:'tl lu  .' yinii'.'Uiinl.v t.ustc iinil yTotiiisI my ' liiii.li  qii QU :'. IjI'I'V. . I l'.,v.m i.i'-.v' < '.-.ylini' 'iiiiil  Intl a i.n;u:hi.iii'Tiii:i.ti' (il'.KI-IN l(!;is yim  will inisii soinolliiii::'. AVliiit? : 'I'liciiu-  jiui-i.liiis h'.'ipiii-ii.*,! 1. : '.liii-iti!'-'.''iic'l .i'lr'iiii.  fTi-'eciis   bv   tin: ' KM ;THV   Al.I-ITHOOK  '' OP'.HA^n-r.Orj.i NO'.. Tlihik'ol' ihin.  Blue liihluiii .Moiisi'ii,] ami S.tUuiu puiik-  ���ots arc tin : iilc- iVl'.nii.sl. '"���'...  .Uuu^l -^it^i.^.. t^.rj.. u.-.-n  mm  j \7iguai-HQtee thatihcic j  (Pta-.tcrs \viI2 relieve S  iipaKi quicker than any  otii.Es-. Pat up only ji-j !  25c, tin boxes and $.(.00 I  yardroHs. The latter j-  aSows you (o cui ihe  Pli.flter atiy siztu  .  Ever(y  fitrniiy I  shoal^: Slave   ono  reedy for an emer-.i  geney;  DAVfS & LftHREMCE C!S,s  LIMITED,    MUHTRE/i |  Beware of imitations      J  '���������'������ .^V;-:7NOTICE.;"\:}-^ i::':;:;,"' -:  .Xotice '. is' -, hereby ^iveu Vtlial.. applientior,  will be iiiaile to,.ther: Parllainetit.of "Caiiaila"  at \ its, ;next. . sessHai , foi'. ail act' to incorporate1 the -,'lvooteiiii.v Ceiitral :4Hiiil\va.v  Company." with power"lo construct, eqiiiii. oi>-  t-ra te aiiil inaiiiiaia a Iiiie of'.Kailwiiy: of stanil-,  arih.ot; ,aii.y..'oLber;"��.'a litre,' toAie'^^ operateil .'tby  .steaiii;'electricity or any'other ,pi>wer. Tor the  carriiiy of freiirht anil passengers:; - k ; ;r ���' "  ,- l''l KS'L':���Kroiii l''6rt Steele' to Kllso -'or some  ViUier, coil yenieii t point oil the Pro w's Nest Ra i I -  ��� wiiy-bbivi-ecii.. lOlkO' andW'aiilner !tlii:nee oil  either the East or West siilu of Wijiwaiii,river,  or by the most, convenient, route lo '. the i nttji--  aational 1 ton Hilary l.i no., .,. .,;,:'., .'" '.: ;;  .tsi'ieONiV���l'-itiin i^ort^iSleclO;to WMiiilerniert:  by eitlie'r the Ka'sior.Wesl siile of the Kootenay river; .tlieiiee to the town of .Clolilen dnthe  main line of tlieC'ainiilian Pacilie'Kiiilway. anil  Io build and operate, (.riiuiwuys. iii coiineetio.-i  therewith, Nyith' power to- construct, operate  anil maintain��� branch lilies and all necessary  bridijos,,roads, wa.ys ferries'iiiid other works;'  ami lo build, .own iiiitl inaiaia|n, wharves and  (locks, Iii (:iiii)ieeti.oii tlierewith, anil .Willi power  io builtl, acquire anil iitaintaiu steam aiid other  ,\-essels and boats, and to operate the saint.- oil  the K-iinienay Kivor from Ihe liiiernational  lloiiniiary as far iiorth as the said river 'may be  or 'fiay be.made iiavii.rable.. ..;.'���  Also to authorize llie siiiti [Coolenay Central  Hallway Company lo liuilti, ti,|iilp. operale 'and  uuiiiilain telei;ra|ili and telephone Minis in connection with.said railway and braiiclies.and tn  ���lemirati'. cleelricity for the supply of heat,  tii'lit anil power, it.nit for all aii.l ever.\ other:  inirpus" mentioned iu Sections SO. SI. �����' ami .8::'  ur the --Wii-tei' Clauses Consolidation Act of  i ^.i.'" ami I" tlo everything.neci.'ssary anil' inci-  'li.ntai it,' l.i,,-. caiT.vlu;;. ttul of all or. any of l.li**  "bji.t-'lr. rt.lei'retl to in sai.f sections.  . .':.lso t., iiivt'si said Comji.in.v with power to  oxoro'prinle lantis fur the purposes of the OVniir  paiiy. and to acquire land's,.bonuses, privileges  or iither .iitis noin any Coveriinieni, .vluuieipal  Coi poration, or other persons or bodies.���Also  to levy and collect tolls from all parties usiiitr.  ami oa all freight, passing over any of such  roads, railways, tramways, ferries, wharves  ami vessels owned or operated liy tile Company  and with power lo ni.'tke fralllc orolherar-  ranireiiients'with railway, steamboat, or other  Companies, and for all other usual iieeessiiry  rights, powers or privileges in that.behalf.  l'-|irl,her to empower the,said Company to no-.  <|uire anil operate mines, concentrators, smelters or relluerles in the .neighborhood, of or, in  any part, of the territory naturally t.ribui.nry lo  Its railway!. ' '  Dated at I'Virt Sieele. II. ('.. this I lib day of  Itecember. A, D.. liwii.  .1. A. IIAItVKY   ���)'���.'  '  ,- S.ilifilors lor Apiilit:auts.  . W.M. It. ItOSS       ) ,  READ.  !::i'^^M^^-fs-!k  iiy/r-ifi^  v"^^'?':?^:;^-'''':^. '?>;������ f^!.^"^  ���':."���.������!������?:.:/;'���''.'���'  y'M^k'f  :-rt-H!���'���;���:}'.- '.ri-f.-"'^..^.^.���>���:���-'.-:������'-���  ;'.:'::i^:::.^-;  -;:';^:%;::;,-,;:Sr:&,v^v.':j^-\  .... v-,v ij.'.',.. f.  yZXj,.%..%?.';:;..  :mBmm  W^-0;''  :.i.i��;: ���:������;,,;,.-;,:,  -^^m^^k^-f^^  ff#fe*:  m0Wsm^iMm  -r#  ^1P1;1|  v'f\  jjttffiMk&^^  ^m:^:i\.  ilp?  JL^g^^^i^  :'':',,n:'.v:  '^r;:^^^ii^  .���'it'.;.'. ".';���.  ' :���':      ':. .'t':  ^^Ji.^ ��� H;:;:::; FERHIE,;:-B'.: "cV;^  OLD  ���,'v ������:������ ���:,'������  TOWN/:  SPT^timV<,AQQ(^  ���''���"'���:;;,;'  '���;.���'';���'���"��� '"'������'���':  K'r;'i;>"--':,:��� C;Sahiple  Rooms  ,fby Commercial ;Men :; '1  ���'��� "il:"  :-.     ''��'\.     ''''      -.  Vi:^i;';^V*  ��� ���^".���V  ":���'; No Traveller Should; Pass- the Door.  ,l'o*;;NOW';;:IS:;;^  p f,,'t htky etir.'/^l::-^:^  '. i:-'.,i ���'������A'!,'���'(}'���: i  mm  "':m  ���   -:������������ I-  ���'���i-':, i:  ;,,.,:.i.  '������ '}'-':'M. .V.;>':-.^lT.O-'-.tji'i-iji 1;;'i:uiis".;w.ililiiii/.teii;-t'eei;.ol!-'��� tl\tj-house..: ' Good    ';;  [;>,: .V'iB'iir.iV^ tlie';.. .:  -.'"": 'iWalddrfrybuiWill ,nev.er;i,-egi-et:it. .;,?,:.'; .;��� .''.;'���'.'���    :.::,':'   :'':., ':���;;";;,  Fort Steely a^n^K  wm  vWINDERMJiRE^-^DONALD  jC'0-til^,  iiillff MPPiil -a speciaitu  THE PROSPECTOR.  1 via Citiioe Rivp.r Route will find it a lar��,e  in prociii-e iheir supplies at Donald.  SOLE AGENTS for  Canton Steel Compaii}'  Windermoro, Golden and Donald  .., Mining Divisions.    .  ��  AND  SOt)    LINE  .,- Still piiiitiniii* to opci-itte  Sleopurs on .ill t.i-itin.sfi-oin  Firsl.-i-l;iss  Revelstoke and Kootenay Landing  Also TOIj'RIST CAI.S' |iiissiiio' Diin-  lii.n-e .Iiiiit-tion Diiily for. Si. I'anl.  .S:it.iu-(luysf.ir..M.iiil.;-i:al imil ISoslini.  .Montliivs and Thiirsduvs f.ii-.'l'.ii'.inld  ������'.''���'.};���.-:;Assor.itetiv:C  Plour, Patent Hungarian and Strong BaWeiv' >, ',;; ^   "������-���'   :;:      ':  -  ���;  Rolled Oats;'Cracked,:Whea't.. Wheatletts.':     ���'    ���,'-    "','.''.''"'".  '..'���"';..:���;  Co^lll^eal.3nckwl^eat;Flour^Sp]it',Peas.'���: ���      / : ��� V  -,ji    ��� , :;;   ;���      .'. '���    '  ^a^T:';'3e*ths..; Linia Beans. pot';BarIey, etc;;1  Bran     Chops     Shorts  Oats  Hay.  Fleetwood Tea, a pure article '.imported direct''from Ceylon "  ������>���' . '' >. " ��� try it once and you Avi 11 use no.other.    '.'��� ��� ;;v -'.',      ���:v  - ���     Fresh   Breakfast  Butter and E��?KS.  Bacon,   Hams  and   Dry Salt. Side Bacon',.,:  Same cars pass Rove  1     one day earlier.  stoke.  California Giant Powder Co.  CONTRACTORS'  All   Kintis   oi   ;H;ick   and   Stone 'Work'  !.4lil.Clv iind'.LlME'For Salt*.   ���     1'L.AKTKRING Promptly  Don  ;��� -No.' -..���.������ ' m  Trouble  To Oupte Rates ami  i;ive yoiu a  ���' . I>ointer  Re.uardnig   the  liastern  <������' ' - Trip,  you Conteinplate taking  ;   Fall and Winter Schedule  now Effective.   v'.'  I.''.n-l.iiiii-liilil.'s. r.-il its mill. Tn I.I iiifiti--  iiialinii full on or iid.lr.'ss ni'iii'i'vit, lu'ml  ilj^dlll., ni' j'   .  .1. \V. CltA'.N'K. Ay-.'.iu.  l.-'orl. Sti*..-li- .ItM.  C. 1-1 .VlAXSKIKLl). A^t.; Kiir;, Sit't'l,..'  W. K. AN'DK.ltSOX        E. .1. COYI-K  TP.A.. N..'ls.n'i. A.O.I'.A.. Vuin-iniV!.'.'.  POTATOES   ^CARROTS;'  FrREWbOD :i.ll lengths to suit all stoves:    ;  . ..    ;   ,  ���        .  .   .'  THE   FORT   STEELE  FLOUR and FEED STORE  E. C. MILLER, ,i:'iopri.toi post OFFICE BOX 836.  :;  ...    .     Wf       Al  Send in orders.  l-goods jiriiariiiiteeil and prices also its lie'nig t:()rre<U..  Now Open  n  Kirnfoerley,   JS.C  H. W Drew. pROPRiF/roR. TUK PROSPJiCJ'OK. FORT STRBLJ5, K. C, JANUARY 1l\ 190J  ;iH? ^"-mie Ganadian BanK of Goiierce  i *  at  foi  N. A. Wa.1 linger wwiit lo   k'iiu-  berley on Thursday.  CREAM  Baling  Powder  In Use the most Economical  Greater in leavening strength, a  spoonful raises more dough, or goes  further.  Working uniformly and perfectly,  it makes the bread and cake always  light and beautiful, and there is never  a waste of good flour, sugar, butter  and eggs.  ' With finer food and a saving of  money comes the'saving of the health  of the family, and that is the greatest  economy of all.  A court of revision will be held  in h\*rnie today.  The cold -weather of tho (]>;isi  week ha& seriously interfei-red  with mining operations.  The annex to the hospital is  Vapidly Hearing completion.  If you want tin* milling now.s  'of the district   road   Tijk ��� Puos-  I'KC'TOK.  Don McKay left on Friday .for  Spokane, lie will relurn early  iu the spring., ,  LVier Larson lefllhis morning  for a visit to the coast. , ���      '  News Notes.  Vancouver. Jan.  s.���Owing io  ihe demand of the   imperial   an-  thoriiie.-, that all mounted, police  recruitiiigMifi-u for Smith Africa  mil:?! -pity   their     fare    to   Cape  | town and submit   Hi   in,-sp<\:titnTr'iv.lul Iloxx ],<  | foi  (HEAD OFFICE TORONTO.)  F��aid     up    Capital     $6,000,000.  Hon. (in..  A. i'nx.  I 'i-.-idi-iii,. ��� _ i;. |,;.  \\',r,iiKi!, i.Vn. Mini.  GOLD DUST PURCHASED. HONG KONG DRAFTS SOLD.  TCXCUAiVCR on all parts of (lie world boughl and sold.  London Agents���The Bank of Scotland.  Port Steele &' Cranbrook Branches  J. W. H/'SMYTHE, Manager.  GRASSICK   &   DEMPSEY.  CONTRACTORS  AND  BUILDERS.  Vori   Steele   B.C  ANDREW    NEID1G  GONTRAGTOR     anm.     BUILDER  IIOIISi: AND SHIN I'AIN'I'INU  l.'AI.OIMIN'N'ti .mil I'Al'KIC  II ANOINT!  VOli'V KTK13L15,   B.  0.  13.''    All   work' promptly done.  A Fireman's Close Call.  ' "1 -nii'l, to my iti'-im- iiltlnniLih  t-vi'r\ juint tu'lit'i! mill t'\'t*i'.\ ii.-rii- mis  racked with pain," luiliM'. \V. Il.'ll-  .uiiy. .i locoimit ive tii't'Miiiu. nf Uiu-liim-  Uin. Iowa.. "I w.is rtt-.tU -tint pale, without any appetite .mil .tji run down, \s  I nils':.hunt Id ^i\i* ii|*>. I cot ;| kittle of  Klcetric Hitter- iunl. .iMt-t- i:ikin*: it. I  Mi .is ��i*ll :l- 1 ever iini in in\ lili-.'  Weak. -lit-M.v. run linn n |)t'ti]ili>   ahvSu  ,  ,    ireiiysh ami \ i^or  limn  illiesr.    bv    Kliiclish   oUu-ers, llhl>i''   ���'-������      '���'������>    ���'"'"������      S:i1 i-riieliim  .... '     .   . .    ! unai-uiiioi'tl at  ^ill, ide.is- ol    rai.-.uii.'  a   i-orps in ,    .\   \.\\;lll.r.A.S!M-'.l.l.'S. in-u- Simv.  Unii-li    Columbia,   have    boon!  Professional.  A -       North Star Lodge  m. - /*y~*V-*\ ��� jm�� 1.^...... .....,.,   i  ...    ,.   .,  -^S.'/.V|arjKVy��r 'VIU    .-. J'.J' I.K.'JI   I  NO. 30.    ,  XV  A. F. AND A. M.      G. R. B. C.  Regular-mceiliiKS���Isi, Tuesday   '��   each'  nionili at eiKht o'clock.     Visltlni; Ilretlii-rn art  cortlliillv invited.  A. W. lli.hASUKi.i., Secrcuirv.  KOIfJ- STKKI.K  JlhVKUIPMENTSrNIUUATi: LTI>  i:w r.uutluiiliull Su-ret. Loudon, KiiKliuirJ  N. A. WALLINGKR,        KORT STEELE.  I'OST OFF10K HO.\- H.  QTTnn'nrrnnTTTTnTTTTuuiTTTTTTTiTTTiTnTTTmnnTTTTnnTTnnnTTTTTTTTtTnnfTnnnTTtTTTmTei  I  CAPITAL WANTED.    *  &&&sg&^��  ��..  i-itiH ini iai. sKciiixiuv.s orriei.  ! abuniionetl.     uiilt*-���>    the   nii'ifs.,  ,' |Kiss:ii;-i"l)i* paid and the men are '  inspected a>* lo titiuj->:>   by   Canii  i  id tan officers here. )  !     New, York.   Jan.   �����.   -Cokuiol I H ''VT?',/'' "I" ���-"���uw,-"-l!'��,',l,,,,r,'"  i *   . , j ��J    (niiiii.l  li.is   ln't'ii  [insist il  in ai:iUt> Hie  .Teddy   Roosevelt   leave.-   today ' i"i.*��'iii.r.*i>i��xii.iii*'iu  ] tor his huntinir trip in ihe we.-K  ��� n"' ���'"<���"���"'*���-. <'���'"'"'���  YVilliairistad. Cnrocoa, Jan. 8���  TheVtiualion i> t-riiieal. ^;Amer  'ii*an- in Yeuezuela are atixiouslv j  Kouv.it 1' i:u.nii\ ot rcifrliiiioiifili,. Hiisi  lCttotfna\ Ksiiuite. M O. lo be a C'tiioucr for  tii.tl twiliiu ilu' l.*to\liito of Llutisli I'oliiinliin.  f  NOTICE.  �������ICE   BAKING   POWDER CO..  r. CHICAGO.  ���sTote ���Many mi-tlitre*;, made in imit.ition oi I,a1. n^  l.,,\Mjer*,, are upon llie market. rhc\ .-j  *c,'il rlieap, l,Ll are dejt at ant iuko lis-  t-.ui^t! tliey coul*.i:i aluui, n -.orruiiit: '.*;.��>u.  ���awaiiiuir      war>hijis Three'     Nouie i^ lu-u-tn s��ra iii-.n.ippiica-.iouMiii  t   \ ..,...; .....  ..-.,,.  I,,,-.-.,,...,,.    ��i, ,;.  1 i'i'n..i.U'toihi!l,e(jisi.iti\o Asscmlili of Hiitlsh'  , Ainei ii-an w ai >-hip.- are ,wi   then- jv^L.Jll<Ui M lls ucxl ,(,ssion t0l. IU1 Ael l0 lu.  i way,   and   the   Americans   in-e i wriwim  tin* ��� lcooiuu-iy Cemrui   iuiiw.n  i<..i>,i7il.i-nm..r  -i T   r'h^ ���. llttiratl   ,1^1-,. I l'0:np.l!l.l   ' with poi.l-l- to C0!1>U Ui'l, uqulp, op-  u-ompidiiiiiur at the a.Jlejred del:*-;/ \���iWatl<i m:unl.;lll ;l lmei��� Kaii��.i.v.01 suma-  ' ill obtuillin&f J)l-0tee'.i011  for    ihoir1**"! ��r ���>��>   olln-r j.-.iuj.'e. to  bo  operaitfil   In-  .    . . ^ r '        -.cum eU'cmcuy or nuv oLhcr uower toi* the  e.iriiiv t.f tieii-iii .iiul passengers  Two en"l're- I     I���,1Ii::,'''   -l-'ro"' I'tui Steele lu r.llio or stmii*  t  c  c  t  c  t  t  t  t  c  fc  fc  *-  E  c  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc,  fc  To Develop  <* The Rich Mineral  Resources Of  South East Kootenay.  Partially  Developed.  Ami Undeveloped "Copper  And Silver-Lead  Properties  Are Offered For Sale On   ,.  Liberal Working' Bonds:  POK .UKPOUTS.    AND -rNPOUMATION: WRITE TO"  T H 0 Al A S    M c V I T T 1 K  Fort Steele, B.C.  W. It. litlNS ||.  W.  IlKKt.'IIUKK  ROSS& IIKKCHMEK.  Barristers   ������,-      -      Solicitors  NOTARIES PUBLIC  CONVEYANCERS. . .  ,    ' Fort  Steele,   It.   0  T.    EDE  LANDS and MINES  NOTARY  PUBLIC   ,  eof.f.KCViON'S fflvFii r-HOMPT ATTKNTrON  Fort Steele,      - B. C.  CHARLES   ESTMERE.  Kiiiiberley,   H C.  ���t J '3  QimuaiiiiiiuuumAAiimmiUiiuumiiiiiiiiiUiiUimimiiuiiUiiituiiiiniiiiii'f-iuu^  ��lj�� $fV08p��d[0K.  I     I-]. ,1. Caiin visited l^ort  Steele1  on .Monday.  interest  London. Jan. K���inunisastr"  .     '     --       I othei eoi,\,'iueiii ptiiut on ihe Ciow s Nesi Uail-  ments between  the   British   and j ��..>��� uctween l-aico .nut wuuiner tiiem-e on  Boers were reported  vesterdav. !01lbl'' lhot:,'vyor wesisnu-oi wn-u.un hut,  1 ,-��� "     I t*r b\ uu ino>ii-oinL'iiieiii mute   l.i  llie   lutei-  The   British ' u,itioii:tI Hciunil.irv Line.  S13C0XIJ: ���l-'roin l-'oilSleole lo Winileriiieio  Honors were easy,  'lost   two   officer.-   and, lo" men  CARLIN   & DURIOK  -a?f.  SATU11UAV. .JANLWitY Ii IHOI..  LOCAL NEWS NOTES.  The crop of New Year";-, resoj  Lutions at Fort Steele. u-mA (-11^-  mated' at. lT)% on. J a nun ry 1st.  From reports received today il,  is   now  esiiinated   nt    loss   than  a/o.r  Tlifc work of paimiiiir South  Africa i-ed, can he i.iI'cly left io  "Stratlicona'a Morse."' if Ihe  Boer-s will only inuU.* n .sinnd.  Constable-      Uarne.-  KjinborJcy on .Monday  wenl  Hcor hiuiters were out  force 'durinjr the week.  in   full  The  sleigh   ronds   are  iu line  condition. ���  This is the Jirst of the year,  no better time to pay '.your .subscription to Tin-: I'KOSPKr.'TOK.  The Kiii|iliutii- Stitloint'iil linn, tin* I).  .V I.. Mt'titliol I 'lastci- is iloiii'1 u fji-i'in  ilc.il In iilh-viitlt- ni*iirii|oi;i .md i-ht'ii-  niiilisin i.s hii-ctl lipini facts. Tlie I). iV  L. I'liiMtT iii*\-.;i- lails-|(i mioUic and  i|iiifli!y cure, .Maniilactuivd ' by, lliti  D.ivis.V  IviiM-relice ('tl..  1,1(1.  cedented in Vancouver. The  street car service is practically  abandoned, and business i.s at, a  standstill.  Prices are holding \ ery linn in  Hour, luilliii" f,ood.s, with .strong  tendency to advance, .so ilu- pro-  prie'tor of the h'oi-t Steele li'ced  Store advises us. This i.s, therefore, a ifood time lo purchase  your winter supply, lie has just  completed a full slock of Hour,  meals and breakfast food.-. !  The new century entered  with  an old lashioned winter.  .Mail a copy of Till*: Puosi'liC-  toi; lo' your friends, and let  them know all about the mineral  resources of the district.  As the Lord lovolh a   cheerful  giver!  So   will   The   Prospector  man   love,   those .that  subscription.  pay their  An ample ice harvevt i.s -i.ssur  ed by the recent cold  weather.  Iv. .1. lligbyc came down from  his Sheep cree'e ranch on Sunday hist.  Sixteen   inches   of   snow  he record for last week.  was  rPhe new bell lor the school  house arrived, and has been  plaeed in the belfrey.  K..]. Higbye and fa mil v re  turned to Sheep creek on Wed  nesdav.  The Port, Steele Flour .v Peed  Store proprietor is ajrent for the  Fleetwood Ceylon tea. Try it  once and you will use no other.   '  Mrs. K. J. rJi<Ayo and her  daughter .Miss Slager was in  town on Mondav.  Chinese entering British Co  lumbia from the Cele-tial Km-  pire. now pay a head taxol s]"o  .John Barber. D. D. S. will pay  a     professional     visit   to    Fort  Sieele  next  week,   and   will re  main as long as there is work to  do in his line.  Five hundred dollars will be  paid lor a pair of Mountain  Sheep. Apply to Indian A iron 1  (lalbraith.  Five hundred dollars 'will be  paid lor a pair of Mountain  (ioat. Apply to Indian Airent  (.albraith  Mining   in   the    Dominion   of!  Canada has become of   .such   un  portance,    that    in   the   (���01111 nur  year it will exceed iu value  that  of any other product in Canada  Harry Olson came down from  the" Carbonate F<inir mine on  Wedne-dav.  [ l>v eitiiet the I'^isl or West sule of the  Ivooie-  killed   at    Lilldspy.        Tlie    Boei's j nay rivet    thence 10 llie imwi 01 Ooltlen on llie  had -2n men killed at Xaaupoorl, ; '"���" l}'"'��' "��� <-'����������'>���'�����' *'���"="'*��� it��'i��-��>.����*i  L j lo Inula null opt'iato li.i:uw.i.\*, in eouiiecLioa  Babbi,n<fton     defeated , Delarey. | theie��ith. amiii p-mm to constnu-t. oik-i.hu  who was forced lo retire   to  theUm.u ���'"'*���"�����"' *"���"-������* **'"������- !"111 unneeess-.u-y  , bridges, io:uJsj Miij*^ iumos and other woiksv  HOrtn   WCSl. '        - jantl lo build, own and'inainiiiin  \ihar\os and  ,Tt '-, -��       rp|      ,    ,   ,      ttockM in coniU'Ciioii ihcrouuli, and with i)0\\cr  .-   \ ailCOUVOr,  Jail.' ^.-     I nei'O are j -.o'ouild actiinieand in,iiniai:i sLc.im and other  thirty finches \>f   snow   oh   thohcsseK -in(1 b0'il^ -1I1(1 LoupuiMu-tiiusamoon  .    V 1 nit *     1.   n ��� ' thii Kooton:i\   Ulver fiom   the   Intrnialioual  ground here.     This,lall is unprc-1 ,i0lllldi���.v .^ f,, llonll .ls t,\f. ^,���, rIvor ���1!lv ,JC  : or may be madf navigable.  Also 10 .lutliori/e the said rICoolcituy Central  IfaiJwiiy Comp.inv to build ciiuip. opoiaie and  maintain lulcfriapli and leleiihone'lines in connection with said'iaihvay amfbraiiehe** and to  j,'��neiMtt.* electiieity for the supply* ot heat  li^lit and power, and for ail and eveiV other  purpose mentioned in Sections SO. 81. 8- and S,i  of the ' Watei Clauses ConsdlidaUon Ael of  l-sftr and io do e\etythin^ necessary and iiici-.  dental to the cair.\iiiu oul of all oi anv of the  objects icfei led to in said -.ct lions.  Also to invest s.iid Company with power to  expiopnate hinds for the purposes of the Company and to ac(|une lands, bonuses. piiviiej,res  oroLheraids fiom any CJo\einment. iMumci])al  Coipoi.iLLon. or other peisons or bodies.���A J so  to levy and enlhct tolls fiom all pailies ustni;,  and on all height passing over any ol such  roads. railwa\s tiamwa\s. feriles. whaives  and vessels owned or opeiated by the Conipnny  and with power to make unfile or other ar-  laiiKements with railway, steamboat oi other  C'oinpauies. andloi all oiher usual necessary  rmhLs. powcis oi privileges in tliat behalf.  l-'niiliei to empowei the said Company to aril in re and operate mines, eoneentraiois, smelt-  ri s oi H'llneiies in Llie ueiKliboihood ol or in  any part of the tenitorv natural!\ irilmt.u v to  it> lailways  Dated at Foil Steele, If. C.   this Nth day ot  December. A. 0. I'.HHI.  The Foil Steele mining' division of South East, Kootenay is  tho largest, mineral district in  British ��� Columbia. Thai ( it is a  mineral district in all tliat the  name implies lias been fully demonstrated to the satisfaction of  mining men.  The largest bodies of coal  found on tlie American continent  is also situated in the district.  The largest silver-lead mine  on tho American continent is  also situated in this district.  GEN Kit A I,  Fort  Steele,  Sole Agents  for the  Uuo. S. MrCttrlt-r.       ' i     ,1, A. Huivev  HARVEY & McCARTER  Hariislers,  Solicitors,   Nolurits" J'ulilic,  Coiiminncens etr.  FOU.T  STKKLK,  II.  C!.  Kl.VlU.STOICh: STATION -iiul GOLDEN  COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY      MADE.  MERCHANTS  Eest    '  Kootenay.  Douglas, Corsan  (Vnr-Mn.)  OFFICE -liivfisi.il! Avpiiue  Next Door to lileasdell's Drttff Store.  Canton steel  COMPANY  Tins Steki, is jjuaranlcpcl Co ho oquiil to Jossop's  or   Pirlhs in al)  Hard Kocic Woiitc.  Sole Agents  f f  ROl-.E ' A RENTS   "'  British Columbia Coal.  During tho past year .British  Columbia exported into Culifor-  nin 7W'i.9]7 tonsofco.il. There  is, a probability that the present  year will set* a still larger export.  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  Crow's Nest Goal company  Giant Powder company,  Mining  Supplies a Specialty.  Agents for the   MASSEY    HARRIS    CO., Limited. '    '  Farming   Implements.  ROYAL  HOTEL  K'lMBERLEY,  B. C.  The .Finest Liquors and  Cigars and Best fui-nished  Rooms' in Town.  J.   I,   GATES,   Prop.  East Kootenay  Bottling Co.  Aerated waters  .1. A. IIAKVKV     '  \Xm   It. KOSS        )  S.llicilOlN I0f AppliL'.ltlLS.  '    \V   R. Ross went to (.'ranbrool  oil Tluirsrhi\-.  l'om   Starbird    vi.-ited   ('ran-  Charles Arniitronir   i-  at   i he ' hruok on Wednesday,   retiiriimsf  St. Eugem* hoij'ita  , A number of Fori. Steele citizens .'attended the Masonic1 leathering al. Fernie on Friday liven-  l.iiir.  ��� A. C. .Nelson held a..court (,*f  revision, at (Jra.nhrook on Friday: ���' ���,        '���.''���"  'I'tm I). *V I.. KiiiwI.Hii'iri 'of i 'ml l.'iv.-i-  Oi) will Imilil yiiu uji. will irmkc vim-fin  lllld   I'lCl'lll.'ll.V.       Kft|llri:ill.llv    li.-llflii'iiiil     li,  thoHtt wlin iii'f '���nil riiiijiiiiwji." Nliinn-  fu.-t.iii'1'il l>V l.lif l>ii\'i.M ,*.- I,;(;vi'i.|ii.|. i 'jj,.  I..UI.  J. F. Armsi rong, (...ivur'ninciit  Agent, went. t.o.J'Vrnie on ollicial  business, on l^riday.  on Thursday.  . Thovwe-it bound train on llv*  Crow's Ne^t has been Min.i-uba!  latetliiriiiif the past week  EMULSION.  CONHUtZPTIo:*   nuii  all   LL'.N<;   I)I-iK\Ht;fl,  ftPIlTIA'i:   ��t   ICI.OOI>,  <or*t;Bi. toHt  ^ ok' ArrM'i'iK,  l>l.i;iLn\, ttiT hrnrniH ofdlUurlXclo  nrr iiiu��t mnntfVU.  )\, (he rfld ot The D. A L. Emulsion, I have  t;cn<_* i Ui of ^ hjckinK couf;b WhiclJi.oJ trotibU a  iic K roACT >t )t4f, -ind hive tJJintd con-iH-JLi-  tbl> in v.<!f;lH.  T. II. WINGHAM, C.Er Montreal.  50c.  and $1  per Bottlo  DAVIS & LAWRLNCE CO., Limited,  Mosrnj'AL.  NOTICE.  Tin,* lliiti^h C'tt]uniblit Sonttu'in K:iih\:iv  fVnnpanx will :i|)plv 10 the T.n li.uui'iiL of C11.11-  ail.i wi Hs lU'Xi Seisinn I��m .in Act extending  ihy Lnncwithin which ii may consLuici such  Itinnchcs fro'm iinv ot as linos not exceediiij,' In  :mv one case ilui i v miles in length asnt o trnni  tinif io unit* .uiihoi i/cd lj\ the tJtucinei' in  (Viuiicil. :iii(l Tm oilier pin poses.  U. CAiMPMKLL OSWAM).  I!)- Sccict.irv.  01'all kinds.'  ���  Syrups,  C  Clutmjiagncs  inger Ales. E  Ciders,  tc.  SikIii   water  in, siphon*,.  I'coiiomicul way to liandlc iL.  'I'lii'  most  HIGHWARDEN    &.   .SON.  PIONEER   BARBER SHOP  E^erythin*? Strictly First Class.  Next door to the Prospector.  Shaving ^"Hair Dressing Parloi  Next to Oriental Hotel  c  FORT   STEELE, B. C.  All kinds of hair work '  a specialty.  Thursday was tin* ooldi-ii  of tho season  day  Christmas and New   Yi'in-.s.   in  Fort Steele, .were riot iea >>)��- from  tin- la,  .lorry" "were  rcn-istcrs.  it, that, Messrs   ���'.���Toni  a.nd  ������t,]<,r,-il ".iunl  Gftnuine Patriotism.  I.iiilit��� "if ' ',ui.ula:  Wii.li   -t.il"-nifii .iiul    |mi]ii iriitn^   in -  .���if   'In-   Znlh .;i-i-iii   .iiul    iliil.-i-t-niin 1  li.icli   Mtliiiiili.-   I.iii|iiit'   lu'lii.-li   llii-y  'Alll     l|"l     HI,ill       |.l ��      lll��|ll.l(-|*s      fllllllllllll  -������II-.'     -. 'lit   ill]-  lllilttfl- foi   \ <hii-s.-I l <*s  'i'ihii  hi oil],'; foloniMl*- .if ( ci'liin and  Imh.i .in- _'ii>.'.<-r-.if |iiii'(    l,M~.    !'.',irli  ,iiiii    iiM'.'ii ''aiia'fiiiit   .iniJ     I   iiilcd  .Stale- iiiqiiirti'rx mi|i|ii'.v   ymi  with    It.;'  iKni.ikki (rfjuiiilfi iiiiiin.-illy i,f .liipiiii   teas!  yi.:t. 'tlit-y   know  .la|),;tii.-   art- nrl illi-inllyM  Attention Hunters  and  Prospectors.  Indian A<j.ciit (.'.illil-ailli i.s ��'illiny to  pay    ill*-   Mini   of   t'lOll.   |ioi-  pair,    for  Mounl.iin Sln'up and C.Oiit. or ritlirr.  '     (  [Home Work.  Wi'iniht IniM* al, once a niini-  her of ri'lialili- pci-Mina and  fitniilii*-. in llii* lot-ality lo worli  loi-rty-, wliiilc or *.p:ir�� linn-,  (.'odd uiiut". paid. No fiinvii*.���  in*1.    W'riif Kn- po-*irion toilay.  People's Syndicate Dept. A.  fill Voiui-r Sn t.       'I'OI.O.N'TO.  Out.  50   YEARS*  EXPERIENCE  TO THE DEAF.  A rich lady cured of her Deafness a.nd Noises in Ihe Head s by  Dr. Nicholsons Artificial Rar  Drums, ��-ave $10,(10(1 to this Institute, so that deaf people im-  able t(i procure the Kur Drums  may have them free. Address  No. 14") IS.  stitute,     7W),     I5i��flith   Avenue,  New York, U. S. A.  THE  GhauiDeroi Mines  SOUTHERN BRITIST COLUMBIA  (Kootenaus and yale)  A.J GREZ,  Proprietor  Tliu Chamber of Mine.-, wains Ihor-  out'lil.v roliiihliiciii'ivspoiiduntH in every  Camp in the districts of Kasi llll(i \y,.h,  K'oot.'iiay and Yak* to whom reasonable  eompunsation will lie 'paid lor llieir  services.    '  CoiTuspondt'iils will lie cxpt'i-ied'lo  fnrnisli thu Cliainlier ol Mine*; with  all  development,  yoiny   on  at  the   mines.  The   Nicholson    In     "'  i'l.stallalion    of   machinery.   *,hip-  nients of ore and value,  anil   ���..���iientlly  such news as will iii trad  the  attention  of eapilalisis ,-ind cause lliein   lo   hives  tifialc and invosl.  Applications to lie addressed lo l,ln:  CIlAMIIKIl OK MIN'KS.  Soul hern Hrilish ('olninliia.  (Kooten.t.vs and Yale]  I'. >>. i'"iv *7 . iIOSSI. \M). II. C.  The Most  Complete  lle.-ilth  Ilesori on  the Coiilineiit of North Americii.  mil  ��� on   the- hold  (Jetisi.is eiuiiiiera.tion foi- the.  Dominion will coiiimenci- in  April. ,!....���  TI'kj <.!reat. .Northern K'niivyay  takes 40 ears of (Vow's .Nest  Coal daily.  \V. A   (I.-i.lIih(��r was 'ba.ii(|uc>ted  a.t'K'a'niloops last week-.   ;  Chris I'^oley lias been  appointed on the (,!hiii(!se commission.  idiill.i.'rali.-d.'     l.el.'llli  inowledj-e of llicn" fii'-l.s anil the  Hfiili-!  incut, of patriul ic  sisli'rlitMiil   innvr-, ynn i  ir, help the. Iii Irish planter. '       j  Hi-it i*th-i.M-(iwi.i   I'.liii'!:  Teas   hold   the ;  i'aiiailian inarkei..     Iiriiil.'e'iv  of   .Japan ;���  t"a .should try I b". ���( Ji'i'-en*.  ntnv   eriiniii"; I  on i.fic inarli"i; unci ynnr dainty  palali'.s I  | uilljapprove Ihi'in.     Ye*>.  we lieai' your'!  Ifroci-r's   e.M-.iises:    l.n'il   insist.       Ladies!  can   always   -.-ct   '.\ lia! they want. ;   l!i'-j  meiiilir.-r how yon ran yolir hnslninil   In ���  .'well';   do   ihey   siil)   t'liiiik  it. panirlise'/ }  Tlie.V certainly will   if yon   inve   t.hein !  ('eyioii and  India ���.-'i-ecii tea.    I!lin-,ltib- j  bon anil Salada packet..., ari-nnw olttain- i  able. ,   Cnloiiisl.  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights ic.  Alivoiin rttturlttiK ll nkt'lrli tttttl tlttrtcrlittlnti nitty  rjnlt:)ily )titi?tirlt(lti tnir oplnliitt frttrt wiit'i.li.ir rut  . ItiviMillrill In prnluitily pttlt'ttltiltttt. ('(Hiiiiitiiilt'ti.  IlittiHnlticlly ..'.itilltlt'titIttl. IIttntlltimlc rut I'ltlctttn  M.tnt. fr.t.t. Olil.tnl iitroiify for rtt'ritrlitt; lu.l.tiiln.  I'/tltililH Inltttn llimimli .Mtiitii ,v Crt. rt'trolvti  pjtrchU iwtir.t, tvlllitiul, clitirH.i, In Hit,  Scientific American.:-  A linndMnnirly llliinlrnlf.il wnnklr. I.ttrunnt rlr-  fiiliitiun of nnj* Hclunflllc jdiirmil. T*?rni.H, f.'! a  yctir; roiirnionthH.fi.  Sold by nil iiiiwr-<lenl��rtt.  MUNN & Co.3C,Broadwa* New York  llr��N<:h (iniw. ra't K HI., WiinliliiKton. I). 0.   <���  SiiiLiictl ini.lst Sccnrrv inn ivuilcdriii-Oiantlctii'  Uaic\on    Hot    Springs  lie.Unit.' llsluii!.:Conita r*inm Iti'siilt'ni I'liv-  .>. i;\tiiisir)iis Odlllldl IUIII sit |..,��� .(. Ninsi*  I liilcyon Springs.  Arrow Lake. I>.<'.  ill lt'lt'|.'l.l|llllC I'tltllllltlllicilitiN  Willi all puns of tin' unilii.  'I'utt iiuiils un i\r anil ili'p.o t i-n-iy da\  rciiils, S15   to   >IS   pel   week, itccriuiiii:'  1.) tesiik'ncc in lit,let or Villas.  ��� lis llatliK ('tire nil NcrvniiH iniri Muscular  IJlscnsi's, lis Wiiliti-s Ural :i|l Kli'lni-y. I.lvia'  lllltl Slnliiat-ll Attlilcitls.     |  T. 6. flrraswono  Pout Steele, Yi. C.  MANUFACTURER   OF  Tinware, Galvanized Iron, Sheet  Iron,   Stove  Pipes amd  Copperware  BUILDINGS HEATED initl VENTILATED  Phnnhiiif'-,  Pipe  litriiig  and "nil  kinds of sanitary worlc  ftir Tight���Hot Blast Stoves  Mydriuilic   and   Air   Pipos   for  Mines  SPKOIAI..   AT'l'KNTION   I'AIl-   TO  JOB   WOKK.  ADVERTISE.   ;  IN  'THE PROSPECTOR.  'The   Milwaukee'  A   faniiliiir   mime  for  the   Cliiuit.ro.  MilwiutU-cc \- Si. I'mil Kaihvity, known  nil over Llie Union us  tlie  Great   Ritil-  w:ty   I'linniiiH   tlie   ���'J'hitia-   Isi'utiletl.''  trnins every day and nifdil lietween SL.  I'unI   iunl   Cliieityo.   and   Oinalni .jtixl  Cliica��o,   "Tin;  only   perfect.  tr.iiiiH in  the world,'*    Unilei'Mtiind:   Oonne.ctioiiij  .���ire  made,   with    All- Trun.si-imtiiionl.iil  IjiiK'.s,  asiHiiriM*!'  lo, |iii.ssen*,'er�� the bout  .service   known. ' , Ijiixin-ioim   t-oitclie*),  electric lights, Hteain heat, of  it   vority  (|iialct| l>y no other line.,  See. that your ticket reads via "Tho.  Milwaukee" when >i'oiny, to any   point  in tlie United States or  Canada.      All  ticket afr/eiitu Hell tliein.  ��� P'oi-'rales. painplilel.�� or other   Infor  nialinn, address,  ��� I.   \V. (.'ASKV, , C. .1.   I'lllDV,  'I'r.'iy. I'ass. Aki.. Ct'iinntl Akoiii.  si.:.\'i"i'i,i:, wash. . i'okti.asu. oit  U. COHIN  TAIU)K  AND I IMPORTER OF  FINE WOOLLENS  Rooky Mountain Avenue"  Fort Steele, B. G.  GEARY   &. DOYLE.  ;���.Livery, Feed & Sale Stable/  Kort. Steele B.C  ./'.':,  Hcgului- Dully  Stajje  ineetn all  traiiiH at Kort Steeli! Juiietion.  SADDLK .t PACK HORSF1"  ; i:ahin<j ni- all kinds a -  KM  '1  fl  Sif  ii��  yi':'" A


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