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 Llbrwy of L��*-r Am  t *  | Devoted to the upbuilding j  #          OF   FOKT   STEELE.  v  #  .*  4��  .*A  $    Jiidi-ju'iidi'Ml    iii    I'.'hti.  "-"  *  *  *  -*.-  **:K<5-?-s:. .'��� xa';" ",-'. ���*, .<-.-���  1 ���? -? '*:--���;-*  *  *  *  ���&  * THE   PROSPECTOR  CON-   *  ��� #  *  *  ��  *   AKD LOCAL NEWS. *  I *  TAINS ALL  PUBLIC NO-  *   TICES AND GIVES THE  |   LATfcST TELEGRAPHIC  Vo7.  ���BORT STBElsB, B. C, SATURDAY, JANUAHY 7.9, 1901.  No 8.  New Advertisements To-day.  AllllKU   !���'.   I.'OM llllt-IKl-l    Wl-CHI    HC I',  Xnlic *. --.J.l<-, Arm-lion:.'. .-.ili.ilni-L-.lto'  Mining Notes.  During lho past your the  North Slur mining v ompany lias  paid Ihroo dividends, aggregating 12 per conl on the capital  stock.  Jl is believed liy .inining men  1hat inany'suclTiiiiiies as lho St.  . Eugene, Norlli Slarand'Sullivaii  iiiiiios will be found in tho Fort  Steele Mining Division of South  East' Kootenay.  E.O.Sniith,' w.i- at tin* Caldwell mines hist wool:, lie brought  in some tine samples of copper  ore from the Ok! Abo group.  The big producing iniTieS'Of  the district have onotigh or*?  blocked 'but lo sustain a large  output for  several   years.   ���  rt is the opinion of lho lending  mining and smelling men of the  country Ihal/'thon- is very little  cause for worry iu tho present  smelter situation.  ( Col. George Doughertyis hard  at work ont hi.-, elaini.'on Wild  Horse crook. Tho tpiartz has  the appearance of being rich.  A   strike  of  considerable importance   is   reported   at.Hard-  ��� scrabble creek a tributary of the  ��� Skookum Chuck. , 0  The Estella is on.' of the   best  "prO])0i'ties   in'  the    Port  -Steele  district. ,  The slock of the Sullivan mine  cshow.s a "slight decline.    The recent strike of eiyh'! loot of  solid  galena, and a   steady   output   of  tit)   tons "daily,   should   call    tor  c better prices than a re'quoted. ���  Jf is reported  ihal   tho  North  ,      Star mine lins an enormous body  *   of ore blocked out which i.s   estimated  from r>q, oooo  to ,100,000  tons.  There   is'every   reason to be-  *- liovo   that   considerable mining  ^property will change hands during  the  coming   week.     These  ��� deals if consumated will  bring a  large amount of money into   the  district.  From Windermere comes favorable reports of minora] development. ^ A.recent strike in the  Paradise" mine., and placing! of'  large quantities'of ore on*'the  Columbia" river for transportation as soon as navigation  opens.  The Tracy creek country is  again'attracting attention. A  large mining deal is under consideration which is ox peeled to  be closed in the near luture.  ��150,000 is tho amount   involved.  The recent snow has not  stopped work on any of the  properties in the vicinity of  Tracy Creek.  The American Smelting and  LiGriiiing Company claim that the  freight rates on IhoC. p. (.��. .in.  unfair, and they refuse to renew  contracts for Ihe purcfuiso of  , lend ores, until a lair rate can be  secured.  A continued relusal ' of the  smelling company to lake British  Columbia ores would mean tt  serious loss, and possibly the  closing down of a largo number  of mines.  The probable ellec.t. of the  American smelter combine's  action will be to loi;.;e the construction of a lead smelter in  South East Kootenay.  While tho British and Eastern  Canadian investors are inclined  to leave British Columbia alone.  United Slates people aro making  money out of the mines of this  province.  The Crow's No,-,l Coal Company are now taking out about  I.N 10 tons of coal daily.  South East Kootenay is coming forward wilh ureal strides  as a producer ol silver-lead  ores.  A new ore body struck al the  Sullivan mine ha.sboon cross-cut  and proved fo be,eight feet. wide.  amounted   lo  sr>O,O00.      At   Ibis  time we were content lo take the'  lowest place among the  produr:  ing camps of Brilish-Oalumbia.  The     production       for  amounted *to  .Til',;-.8-J,f>.JI.  is  an   excellent showing,   from  the lowest producing district   ol  the province in 1S!)U, Soulh'East  Kootenay in 1900  has  produced  one-sixth   of  the   total   amount  produced in the province.  |     TliO'iiiinos of the   district   are  now   developed    sufficiently   to  warrant,  tho   belief   that   whore  I here is now four shipping mines  the   ii umber   will   be   largely increased during tho present year.  Wo 7shall    see    South   East  Koolonay making a close run lor  the   leading  position among-the  mineral   producing   districts   ol  Ihe province in 1901.  EIGHT FEET OF GALENA.  Recent   Rich Strike   of   Ore   :it   the  Sullivan Mine.  A now strike of  eight   Toot   of  ������"'Isolid galena   is reported   at   the  i'his ISiiHiv.'in  mine.     For   some  time  past a drill has b.-on driven in   a  northerly   direction     from     iho  bottom    of    the      north     shnJt,  running  along   what    was   sup-1  posed lo bo one of the walls, this  was broken into last   week,   and  found to oo only several   inches  in   ihicknoss,   and   eight   foot of  solid   galena   was  encountered.  The recent -iriko is reported   lo  bo of a   lib.'her grade   than  any  ore   hitherto   discovered.      The  ore   from   tho   Sullivan   mine is  coming  down   Ihe   mountain   at  the   rate  of  from   7>()  10 00 tons  "dailv.       , '    ,  per head as a bounty for Iho destruction oi coyotes.  The weather bureau, has no  regards for the ice man, or he  would have kept .lack Frost nn  f-hir'1 until lliero wn-, a sufficient  ice harvest.  It is reported that the Provincial Legislature will meet 1'Vbru-  aryi'Oth.  It is generally conceded that a  reconstruction of the cabinet  will shortly lake place.  SOME WORKING MIKES.  THOSE CANADIAN DEVILS.  That Will Make South  East  Kootenay a Great Mining Center.  There 'will be a'genuine boom  in South East Kootenay mines  bolore the season i.s over. The  attention of mining men is being  attracted to this section by the  large    outputs    'from     iho   St.  1 CI  Eugene, North Star and Sullivan  mines.    Before the close  of  the  year 1.101, South East Kootenay  will'boast of many dividend pay  ing mines.  Lawrence.   Montana,    John   L.,  iCrespnt.    Viking,    Wasa,   .Mammoth, Sunday group  and Sunny  I Side.  A   RAILROAD   WAR.  Thoy Laugh and Joke While Under  Fire.        -  A Mix-up Between the C. P. R. niicl  the Giow's No.,t Coal Comii.uiy.  Some big things are  on   these  days in railways.  Is il a g'gaulie railway dual,  or i.s ii, a gigamic c^>al combine. .  ' War Is declared on the C. P.'  II. by Robert J affray. thoToron  to World, and ilie Crow'-. Xosi  Coal Company. ., 7  (Thcro are other coal companies  gelling ready to exploit tlie  Crow's Nest country.  A company has been formed,  which will aslc for a- mining  privilege on a royally.basis, and  a wholesale and retail price fixed  by the government.  The Canadian Pacific." so the  story goes, realized tho enormous.value of the coal deposits,  and tried to squeeze the Coal  Company. < But the Toronto  share,, holders _, object to' bo  squeezed, and have adopted a  w;ir to the knife policv against  the Canadian'Pacific.  If is reported that I [fink Ellor  has .struck eight inches of galena  .on a properly .situated soulh ol  the Sullivan mines.  Mineral Production;.;-.  If' is   ost.ima.tcd'lhat ilie mineral   production   of  South   East  .Kootenay    for     the   year   ly'J'J  ,, .1 iin Hill, has'iiot, secured 1 he  Fernie coal "mines, and does not  show up in any other civpacily  than as a railroad owner and  builder. ,  It appears that Messrs. Cox  and Jaffray. who are all powerful at Ottawa, "have guaranteed  that Mr. Hill shall have a charter for," a line 'to tap Iho coal  fields.  The'proposed line runs from  Jennings,' Id alio, on tho Great  Northern, up the Kootenay river  to Pernio, and thence lo'' Fort  Steele, lapping lho groat'North  Star mine, owned'by 0. I). Mann  and others.  In view ,of this line to the  south, ihe Coal Company has  given out contracts for 400 more  coke ovens, making 700 in all.  It may also be said that, all lho  ministers will support the now  charter, except. Hon. Mr. Tate.  Mr. *--Tulo7 minister of public  works i.s with the C. P. Li. in the  great railroad light, while Mr.  Blair minister -of railways is  against the C. 17 li.  Mr. Blair i.s backed' by tho  <"!lobe, the Crow's Nest Company, MoKonzie & Mann, by the  Gooderhani - Blackstock syndicate and by the milling companies in. gen era I.  The Grand Trunk is already  donning the mits and threaten to  come into the'fight.  The big financial  concerns  of  Montreal aro said to be   in  sym  pathy   with   the   C.   P.   li  against the government, and 1 ho j sumabl  Crow's Nest Company.  .Jim Mill has bought a large  block of Crow's Nest shares,  and has agreed lo take up all tho.  now issue that i.s lo bo made.  ' . From Perry Creek..  Lieports from Perry creek during lho past week 'are to the  effect that mining operations' in  that vicinity are milking rapid  strides.  The _ Koolonay Perry �� Crook  Milling Company1 have been  working two shifts, bin aro now  making preparations lo pulling  on a thivel shift. , A Lelfell wirier  motor, and an a-r wheel has been  installed. ��� The ore is constantly  improving, and the present con-,  dilions show an immense body of  gold quartz.  ���Messrs.  'Taylor  and' "LoClairo'  have sunk- a shaft 00 loot in ore.  awl are now engaged in running  a   tunnel  to tap   the  shaft, tho  t* * ^ .  tuniipl is iivflO fool.    Thebottorii  of the shaft-is in ore.'  I .. a >;  - The owners of tho Thompson  placer lease, aro steadily working. During the past throe  years ibis company have done a  largo amount of hard work: tho  main tunnel i.s in oyer Hot) foot,  ami in many places has a width  of four sots, or-I0 feel. Erom  the main tunnel,*'cb lfls have boon  run in every direction; there are  nearly 400 feel of'drills having  a width of ton foot. Tho owners  aro taking out considerable gold,  making good'wagos.���as high; as  ,!S,"i to tho man. .  ���   '���  Messrs. Thompson and. Bank's  are sinking on placer ground,  and are down some sixty t'ocf.  They arrived in Sieele on 'Tuesday, and secured a large sinking  pump which 1hey will ship to  tho mine. As soon as bed-rock  is reached tliey,expect lo obtain  a large amount of gold. The  gravel which"they are now passing through pans well.  ������1 'would    rather   have' 1000  Canadian mourned rilles than the  same number of any  cavalry   in  tho world." said General  Smith-  Dovon.    'They are tho coolest lot  1 oversaw. , You could   not   get  thorn lo retreat even when it was  necessary.       Under    lire    they  no\\-r I'miched am! offon   took   i!  all    with    jokes4 anil   laughter  while   other     men    would   turn  while. ."Those Canadian devils"  was the common expression used  by  the olficers  df   lho Imperial  army who saw them  li��ht.  Chased   By   Canadians.  A special   dispatch from Pretoria, dated .Tan. 11, and describing  the   light    ol   Jan.   0,   near  Commando Nek, 'dwells upon the  excellent       work      ol       -'C!at"  Howard's  Scouts,   a   now corps  composed of Canadians who  remained in Soulli Africa  and  re-  onlislod.     'Those scouts  chased  Llie retreating; Boors   a  distance  of  five' miles,    harassing   their  rear and taking some prisoners.  One" of   Dolarey's -horses,    with  wallets conlaining tho commandant's' papers, 's'lrappod., lo   iis  back,   and   ."-00  cattle were also  captured.  ,  WIND   riOKSK   (J.'KICIC.  There are a considerable number of good propet ties  on   Wild  Horse creek, that with  development     would     become   ��� paying  mines.     Some of,,these proper-  lies   have   been    developed   by  several hundred feet of  tunnels  and drifts.' The following claims  will be worked during  ihe coming spring:    Golden Five group.  Bald Mountain, Dougherty, Dar-  denolIs,^Colossal, Dupont,   Cornucopia,     Big    Chief. ' Emerald.  Equator, Lone Star, Little Chief  Griffith   claims   a!nd   John   Bull  "and Carbonate groups.        '    -  l-'I.ACICK  MTN1NO.  Placer mining on 'Wild Horse  Creole has been:;a more or loss  successful *-industry'' since the  early sixlies." Since that tinie,'  not a, single year has passoTir  but  lhat a considerable   amount  THIC   (JO.M1NO   BOOM.  Jn the whole Province of British Columbia ihere is no section  which promises more than South  hast Kootenay. There is mineral in the mountains, and ii will  not bo long before capital will  come in and exploit rhe'eountry.  'There is "a great future for  South East Kootenay and those  who remain on the ground inusi  profit by ihe inllux of mine investors.  THE SEAL WAS FOUND.  FROM SOUTH AFRICA.  News Notes.  .     ' '  . * It is1 now   reported   thai    the  L **  Hi real enod raising of smelter  rates .on Sloean ores by the  Smeller Trust will bo met in  part . by a reduction., of ' the  freight rale b\; the .Canadian  Pacific.  A New'York- paper, has private advises from Paris, saying  tliat -,'Ex-President Krug'or is  dangerously ill and scarcely likely to live more than a lortnight  longer.  of placer gold has boonc taken  front, the bod of. the historic  creek. " 'The Invicta Company  has $50. Of Mi working capital subscribed for the seasons work on.  Ihe company's holdings on Ihe'  main ��� creek. The Nip & Tuck.  A Spokane outfit, under the  management ol Bob Dore, and  three Chinese companies w.ill endeavor to get,a large ttini'mnt of  the yellow metal from the gravel  bars on the creek. , t-  Prince   Chinfj Knew Where It   Was  The Agreement Has Been  ' Sealed.  i  Pekin. Jan. 18���'The German  office has, received official dispatches confirming the press reports that the Chinese plenipotentiaries h;is signed the  agreement. ~  Prince Ching and his staff  were a long lime iu the forbidden cily. 'Accompanied by  the chief, ounich they found a  woman servant who produced  tho imperial seal, the' papers  were sealed in her presence, and  then the seal wa.s returned. 'The  jjapers will be presented, to  foreign envoys today..'   '  French railway engineers have  made a breach in. the western  Avail of the Chinese city, through  which they will bring0in the Pao  ting-tu railway. The Tientsin  lino will be extended to the'wall  of the Tartar, city.  Dutch   Join    The   Boers  -Fight   at  Murraysburg-.    Flve Thousand  MTen for Lord Kitchener.  There   ha-   been   a   -evere engagement   at   Murraysburg.   resulting in a loss ot six killed.   17  wounded, and five missing.    Tho  Dutch ai;o said to have joined the  invaders. ��  Colonel Colville's column,  which has boon pursuing the  Boers has bepu obliged lo rest  at Grevling.st.td. to erect a block  hoii'-.r* and io cease operations  until reinforced " bv mounted  men.  'The government has'decided  to send largo reinforcements to  Lord Kitchener, and the war  officii* in carrying oui this ��� decision ' has determined 'to enlist  .").(���(ifi yeomanry volunteer.-..  Beyer's whole force crossed  the railway near Kalirontein  January l:1   making to the east.  The success ot the Burgher '  peace commission in distributing '  among the, republicans Paul  Botha's book ������I-'roin Boor to  Boer." has infuriated , General  Dowel, who, it i-, 'reported,  swears he will shoot the author  at the first opportunity.        "  c Will Biiiipe the Kootenay.  N7 Hanson i.s puffing in a  bridge to cross the Koolonay  river al Wasa. 'The bridge will  be in tho neighborhood of .100  loot in length, -with a draw?  Work- under the supervision of  D. Bale was commenced last  week, ami tho pile-driving is  now progressing. All the lumber is out, and as soon as the  piles are drove, the bridge will  be pushed io completion.  The C.  ti   ra.il-  Ll.-.y Have a ITot Time.  Vancouver.   J.tii     l.">.-  P. R  aro sur\eving   foi  road    between    Viiui'niu'or    and  Chilliwaok      under     a     revised  charter.       Surveyors   aro   now  '-"I working near AblxM'-lord.     Pre-  v   the   C    P.   11    will ad-  i  From Moyie.  On   Sat unlay -last,   Ihe    Lake  Shore   hotel   was   destroyed   by  (ire:    the   loss   is   estimated   at  $1,000.  'The citizens of Moyie have decided not to patronize Chinese  laundries, and, have hung up  cards will, the .'words "No  Chinese employed.'':  "Five hun'dved tons of St,  Eugene concentrates' have boon  .Shipped to Hamburg, German v.  Tho Boers in South Africa  have a wholesome regard for  Stratiicona's Horse, "thoy think  thoy are a holy terror". Tlie  troop will be homo soon.  'The Nelson Miner, beginning  January I'Oth, will be' published  as a morning-paper.  Mayor Fletcher. Alderman  Selons, Hamilton, Madden. Pat-  erson,'Irving and Gillefl, of Nelson, were all elected by acclamation, on Monday, January M.  The new council were sworn in  on Tuesday.  Kelly ok Walker of Vancouver,  have received lho contract for  the construction of the telegraph  liue from Golden lo Windermere.  The contract price is .so.500.  A change of ownership of  l^wi  Golden   Era   i.s   announced.     T.  O'Brien,   will / .eroufler  occupy  the editorial chair,   while  C.    F.  Smith continues as manager.  Temperance people ol Tnconia  want a local option law.  British Columbia, shingie manufacturers have formed a combine. 'The output will now be  handled by one man.  It is reported Ihal, the Gorman  ship Plotboclc i.s among Ilio  I)re,'ileers near Cape Flattery.  'The    Venezuela,     government,  has   laUen      possession   ol    two  steamers belonging to the Orinoco Steamship Company.  ,     Another   victim   l,o   llie 1,\ nch  Maw,    was    li'red      Alexander   of  'Leavenworth,  Kansas       lie was  dragged   Irom   his   coll    in    the  SeVi-ial   p.iitie-.  are   in    tow ii | (-,,,,,,-*,  house  and   burned  at.the  ac;  vanco   lho   projected   road   lo   a I  stage   where   It   may make il '"- '  t cresting lor l.i iu Coast-Kootcna.*,  road which   must   lake a similar  route.  Uity   In  Urn*'".  Well printed slali uiery  advertises your busine' s     Gel  il done  til   'Till-: Put).-."I.i. roi. office.  Not. much .--.l.ir iu iown lately.  Think ihal New Year's resolutions .ire ba\ ing a bad efl.-ci.  seeking uniiii'g properties..  A regular ojij-fa.shioncd January thaw al tacked ..Fort -Steele  on Saturday last.  The government is offering $2  .slake.  * .The Morau Brothers, of  Seattle will build a battleship  for the United States govern-,  incut. ���      .  LOKT   (JllEKIC.  A report horn England i.s to  "the"effect lhat ihe' Dibble 'group  will be worked ou an extensive  scale Ihis year. Ft is wisperod  that among the improvement a  small stamp mill will be installed. 'There i.s no reason why  the Dibble should noi make a  paying mine, the vein though  small, has'a high grade ore that  will average considerable over  $100 net to ,lho ton. In the  vicinity of the Dibble group are  some, twelve-localions on which  a considerable 'amount ol work-  has been done in the past, and  tho active development of the  Dibble will prove an incentive to  the development of the adjoining  claims.  MACS   CUKKIv.  The famous Keystone claim is  situated   on   Maus  creelc.     This  property is under bond   lo  eastern  parlies,   hence   we  may expect  that   the   property  will be.  developed   during    the   coming  season.      There  are  some eight  or   ten  locations on Maus creek  till   of  which  have  been  represented by the yearly assessment.  niT.i. urvKK.  A   largo  amount  of work has  boon   done  on   tho   Bull    River  mines.       'The   Caldwell   group.  Chickamon   Stone,    and     Molly  Bawn were   the   working   mines  on   lower   Hull    River,   on   the  upper Bull   River,   the.  Toniine.  Morning   Star   consisting of   a  group of twelve claims   was   the  scone   of   active   work'.       'These  properties will all be   developed  this year.  SAND   CKKI.IC.  On Sand creel:, Ihe Blue  Grouse, Waterfall, Empire and  IheMcBane property were the  principal working mines last  year. We learn that work will  he continued during ihe coming  season.  TUACV    AND   SIII'.KI'   CKKIIKS.  Work on a number ol mines in  the vicinity of 'Tracy creek is going gaily on. Prom all the  mines Ihero arri\ os word ol in  creased activity for the coming  year. Aiuofig lho working mines  are the Estella- group consisting  of seven or eight claims. Oregon  and Molilalia, Minnie M, Tiger,  Golden    Fleece,     Stanley,    St.  Strauss In Minneapolis.  Minneapolis,    Jan.     HI.���The  Strauss  Orchestra,    under     the  conduct'of Edouard Strauss' will  be heard here tonight.     This ,is  the'  lirst,   season   that-   Strauss  have over-boon heard west of the  Mississippi Kiver. and if will   bo  his farewell visit.   .        -��� " ���  'Tariff League  Dinner.  New    York,    Jan.     I'I.��� The  American       Protective       Tariff  League   will   hold    its.    annual  baiKptet al   tho   Waldorf-Astoria  tonight Several        hundred  gnosis wilTbi' present, including  members of' the Senate Committee of Finance and 'the House  Committee on Ways and Moans.  Peruvian Customs. . ,  Lima, Peru, Jan. 19. ���The  new Peruvian'customs schedule  went into effect to-day.  Bonner���Scanlin.  Hot Springs, Ark., Jan. IS.���  The opening bout of the season  will be given tonight by the Hot  Springs Athletic Club. Jack-  Bonner and Jim Seanlan will  have a go of twenty rounds.  Fistic Exhibition.  San Francisco, Jan.c 18.���John  Root, the champion light heavyweight of Iho East, will fight  George Byers. of .Boston, tonight. Otto. Orrab. champion  lightweight of Australia, will  also have a bout of twenty  roumls with Charles Thurston.  Pucholtz Ryan.  Springfield. O.. Jan. 17.���Tack  Pucholtz.   of  Chicago,   will box-  twenty     rounds     with    Tommy  Ryan, of Syracuse, tonight.  JRyan��� Beocholiz.  Springtield.     0.,     Jan.    17.���  'Tommy Ryan and Jack Booeholtz  will light tonight in ihis cily.  Will   Stop   Quick   Divorces.  Sinlix Falls., S. Dak., Jan. 17  The members ol   Ihe   legislature  have   been   polled    and    -bow   it  large majority in favor id repealing the <|iiiek divorce  law.  Hugo  Becker's  Deput.  New York, Jan. 17.��� Hugo  Becker, the German "cellisi, will  appear tonight for the first time  in this cily. lie made his American debut in Boston, where he  was much admired  East  Kootenay Stock.  ('row'*  Nest  "Hill  -i    1  ;:i..-j0  Xorl li  Slur..  '  up  Sulliv:  in   _.    ���  l-'s  , -r  Silver-lead  Quotations,  Mm-Silver...  1  (i.,;  Muxii-.  in dull:  ir-> . . .  *?,  mi  Lead ���  "     A  .?,-,{  <-'o])|)ei  ,        '     t  Hi  S7��  ,   Campbell -Gay.  - There     was     a    quiet   little  wedding   at   tho     residence   of  Henry ' Kershaw   last   Tuesday  evening when  Glcncairn  Campbell,   of  Moyie.   was    utiilecl    ->o  Lillian  Gay  of  the'same town.  Rev.    D.   McTC.    Roitl   was  the  officiating clergyman.   Mr. A. T.  Clark .was   best   man,   and Mrs.  IJ. Kershaw, jr., wa.s bridesmaid.  The   newly   married  couple aro  at. jirosonMhc  guests  of   Henry  Kershaw.       'They   will   shortly,  take up their residence   at* their  homo in Moyie.  Telegraphic Notes.  London���'The government has  decided lo send large reinforcements lo Lord Kitchener.  Glasgow.���The     keel    of   the  Shamrock II. challenger for the  American   cup.   was   run  while  Denny's yard was closed on New   '  Year's day.  Montreal.���A lire hist night  did -fin.000 damages lo tho premises ol E. Coristine &"Co..  wholesale furriers. Loss covered by insurance.  Montreal.���Sir Charles Tup-  per and lady Tupper have arrived hero. They will remain  until the mid of ihe week, sailing'for England from Portland  on the'Tunisian.  London.���Tho duchess .of  Marlborough, while out hunting  with tho hounds, was thrown  from her horse while clearing a  fence. The horse rolled over  her, bin -he escaped with nothing worse than a severe shaking  up.  Tho t   Hague.���Mr       Kruger  starts for Utrecht in a  few  days '  to consult an oculist.  f  'Thirty insurgents who have  been sonleilced to bo deported" to  the Island of Guam were taken  aboard tht- United Stales**- transport Rosecrans today. She will  sail tomorrow.  Will Install Machinery.  On Friday, Messrs. 'Thompson  and Banic.s shipped a large sinking pump, wilh -.everal hundred  foot, of piping io iheii placer  mine on Perry creek. The  placer mines iir ihi- neighborhood aro recei\ mg considerable  attention this winter  Wiiidcriiii'ii.   DiHlntt.  A. Slewarl ha- resumed lho  management of llu* Silver Boll  mines.  H. Tl. Washburn hasa contract  for L'IKI fool ,,: limn,*! on the  Silver Crown.  Over .'Km ions of Paradise ore  has boon stored in the ore sheds  on .'the Columbia river.  The Provincial government  will be asked to continue the  Toby creek road to the JDolphitie  minei ,''*���'���-...'. i 'TDK  ^iiOSf'ECTOfv,    PORT STEELE,   B. 0.. JANUARY 10   H<<".1  CSI'AI-IJ-ISHI.M     !>>.���*���  7��. B. Grnce,  HUBUSHKK    AND     KMTOK  THE PROSPECTOR, i- puhlNhcJ  ��\er> Saturday uuii ha*- a guaianuvJ  circulation larger than any oihcs p.ip-Ji  In Ea*��t Koutena>, It i- all home J'ijiiu'J  ��nd contain** double the new- of :ui>  other paper in the di-tuci.  As.  an   ad\erti-ins   ineJitiiii   it   i- mi -  excelled.  Devoted io tlif upbuilding of Ken; Met !������ un  development of the \ ast iiiineial ic-ouk < �����. of  llie E:i-��i Koot^ir.n mi mnjr district  Subset iution-. * J ("�� ]��'���   \'*>"  A.dvenistRt! rates made l-.nov.ii on jjjpi ciiiih1 .  Contribution*, are solicit "Ml from all p.ui-��f U <"  aUtrlci. tout all matter imend-i'd for puM-rad")  inu*.t h:iv��* thf uiIut's Mtfimure  THIs PAPFR i-i"'!"" �������������������� ii" "���*���,'���  tco., Suiu r.. i'"n��i v.ukmj.ii n.ii.i, limiiii'i:  Spokill!.' \\',l-|... nln-r" <nmi.K.- i .in in- li'.i.l'-  tor it.  This Panpr ���- UlI,t " '"'' a' i: l'-  1 ills   r a\sc\   ijakii"-)   Aim iii-'.k  A^ent".'. !i4 .ind .v. M.-rcli.ini*. l.*.ihn-'. ^."  Frsnclii-o. iJiilifonii'i. -a)h-i<- conn u i- f"i "I-  'veriKln/ i--.li hi* in.ulf- for il  Thic    Pa nor r-- 1;''I'* " "'"' ���"  1'1''   *   v",  I ins craper k������'a t-��� n-, ..mui-;   \<i  veti*.iii^   A-.'<-!h-\    Moiitr.-.i!,   uii, !<��� e**".*i�����*'���  lor .id-.L-riiMii'.' <*jr. tv ni:..!. for It  T'hi<    P-i   v*r    N " ���~:'1'   '',,  JUS   1 cl 'CI    ci.iii.iui .\ ' rv  aiorc, r>pf>k:in<>   \V..*,li  .1     W  .,    t.riill,  SATUKUAY, .lAN^AKY  1!'. I'l'l-  *rft^f  ������* ���*���'  A-S..&-  -!��� '���*  *  *  *  FORT   STEELE  The Mining Center of the District of South East Kootenay  I V i I  Tlie proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway/Recently Surveyed, will pass through  ^^���HM9HfrMM-H^*$^$$  Wlt^WiWM&tfy#&  ��  ,  ��  ���  *&  ���  #*  1  ##  ���M  ##  ��  ##  *#  '  4gri$*  '  ##  r  *  *  Kootenay  *  #  EXTENDING fruin Llu* lieacl-  walf'rs ul llu* (.'olnmnia  river in ;i -jouih.'i'ly dircciion in  the Interna.i.j.i;i.l boun.liiry line  lies the. Koolonay valley, varying in width'from i'0 to '-'M mil'-.-.  Here are found .ill the elements  required to constitine a rich and  progressive ininin<r di.-tricy.  boundless forests. unlimited  water -[lower, untrtld wealth in  all   the   minerals   of   coiiinioire.  ,, gold, silver.'lead, iron and ��� copper.    All  these   have   been   di.- (  covered, and a.--, yet thin   [.ortion j  of  British   Columbia,   the  Fort;  ' Steele mining division of South  East, Kootenay has barely experienced a run' over -at the  hands of the prospector. Nature  has surely endowed this district  with a lavish hand.  K It r  It is gratifying to observe that  all recent reports, indicate rapid  progress towards the  o^tublish  meni of tlie mining  industry  on  a   sound   basis   in   South    East  Kootenay.  ���/    ���*    i  * We think the time has now arrived when the people of j'V-rl  Steele should In Ire unanimous  action towards securing Ihe ini  mediate construction of 'a railway info f<\>rt Steele.  A great, deal of attention is being directed, lo .South Rii*l(  Kootenay through   the  develop  ��� nieut of such mines as Ihe Si.  Kiiirene. North Star. Sullivan  and Lite Society C.irl.      We learn  ' ofniany people ol means who in  tend coming'in her*.1 this ycai  with a view lo inveslmenl. '  XX"  ,    The year'l.KM lias greiil.fhiiigs  ��� iu store I'or . South Kasl k'ooie-  nay. The inllnx of capilal will  be large, and it is beyond question that a number ol properties  will   be  added   to   the   shipping  mines of the district.  *i    *     i  ' It is very doubtful if any district iu British Columbia is attracting more attention than  ili'e  Port. Steele district.  >     *    *    i  The effort of any new.-.paper  to build up a town is practically  'nullified unless it, is backed up  by the business men. If a  stranger turns from the news  column of a paper to it.- adver  tising pages, and if he fails to  Iind there the advertisement or a  business card, he naturally  comes to the conclusion that  there is either nothirm' there or  the publisher is noi appreciated  Xo town ever grew wuiiout i  the assistance of its now-paper i  Xor can a paper gro>v ami build ,'  up its locality wilhout the as-i- ,  tance of the town. Hu-im���-1  men should realize this and re-1  member that iu yirmir support i  to a iiew.spa]ier they are not only |  building up their own business.]  but arc helping lo siippon thai]  which is working -leadil.v lor  the benefil of the whole romnm  nity.  ������'���':    NOT CHEAPER       ^S  CALGARY FLDUR  BUT BETTEf? tHAN^NlT 2IHIB  Working Overtime  ���'Kijfhl hour'lawn un: i/nni-cd liv Um^r  ,l,ir..:l<-H-< litl!'' "ork'-rs Hi'. K ii.<:_''** ,\'i.-.v  l,if(J I'i U.S. ��� Million-- uru nhviiy��;il \v,.i-l;  nijfhl, iiinl,' ihi.y. . .'-ui-iritf lii'liyi.-.si.i.ui,,  I lili.iU--srie.-s'. ('ou.-l i|)!i.t ion. Si.-I; lloid-  iuhe anil nil S|iiiri:ich Liver soul llnu.-l  troiiblcK. K:isv, |ilc:is:inl. saf..-. sure.  ' A. W. ULKASJJKLL'S, Onit;���.SUn-e,  STEEI  Arid    Xap    the   Greatest   Mineral   Belt   of   the   District  Choice Business aiid Residence lots for Sale  &  [ ' i < * j  Apply to       R. L. T. Galbraith^       Townsite Office.  (I (II .   . r ...  | N; HANSON,!  General Merchant  LiciMor* Dealer.  AND  .Vranuf'aclurer of all Kinds of Luinber.       A large assortment of seasoned Lumber and Shingles always  ���on hand.  Z=. DIMENSION      LUMBER  SPECIALTY. =3  I     "WflS.fi. ��� ��� - BG.      |  the B.^C. ASSAY & CHEMICAL/     " " ���" e  .   '    *      *?���    SUPPLY CO.,'Ltd;  733 PEXDER STREET.  ���s^      Vancouver,    B. C     -^  We are Manufacturers and direct Importers, and carry a fc  ku-o-e stock of Balances. Furnaces. Fire Clay Goods, Scientific [t  and   Practical   Books,   (.1 lass ware.   Platinum   Goods.    Acids, S  C'homicals. and all other A.ssavars' and Miners' requirements. [5  '-S  SOLE AGENTS for Morgan Crucible Company, Battersea, Beck-  j=; er's Sons' Balances, Braun's Gasoline Furnaces, Etc.  5' Catalogue and full particulars on application.  B%~  Headauarters   for   Mining   and   Commercial   Men  Hotel  j  All    Modern     Conveniences  FORT    STEELE,   B.   C.  Large   Sample    Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.  en  H. W.  DREW,  Proprietor.  ole  Fort Steele.  Fort Steele  Meat  7 .   -a  arket  Port    Steele  rewittg  FORT STEELE,  B.  C.  Co.  i CAVEATS, TRADE' MARKS,  COPYRIGHTS AND DESIGNS.  * Send your business direct to Wushlucton,  s:ivcs time, costs less, better service*  My offl�� close to IT. S. P&tent Offlc*.    FREE urelimln-  [ ary ex*mliu.tloni mads.  Atty'i fee not do�� nntll patent  MININGp||Tg  I ACTUAL EIPEItlENCE Book "How to obtain rata&U,"  [etc., ieuL free. Patenti procured through E. O. Slggcri  k receive  ipeclal   notice,   without charge,   In   the  INVENTIVE   AGE  Illustrated monthly���Eleventh year���termi, $1. a year.  .\L-\.\Tt'F \( TriJKRft     and     BREWKRR    OF    FA'TKW    F'.yF.'  BEER    -1&    PORTEK  i'MiKSI  iunl   SAi/r   MKA'I'S   ALWAYS  ON   HAND.  R. W. ROGERS,'Proprietor.  SOLD    BY    THE    BARREL,    KEG    OR     B01  Hottleil beer for faniilj- use a specially  OirrSII/F/ORDIORS GTVEN STRICT & I'ROMPT ATTENTION  IVrissli Iln.libul,,' Kiilinon/ Siiinifni Troiit,  I'.nltcsr nnd E"-irs.     Fish niul Oiiiik* in Spunoii.  I'.nlo^iia.  Sansapre,  Fort Steele  and  K.imberley.  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED t  Sick & Mutz,  Prop's.  P. O. BOX 812  ELEPHONE  NO. I  THIRTT-BIBTH TEAR.  24Pages  :  Weekly  : Illustraled.  INDISr ^JSfSABLE  TO 1VUNING MEN.  $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.  SKNI>  roil F.K MIM.X COI'V.  MINING "oSdentific PRESS  330 MARKET ST., SA1T FRA1TCISC0, CAL.  MONTROSE BICYCLEIehIFREE  ���'��]j^*j'toHurodir����ji<2%fJHOUTA DENTIN ADVANCE.  SEND . US YOUR ORDER, ��t��to ��iutiicr 5 0.1 ��-|Pu i���dv'��7"m.nv  ��lio..|; Rixn-oloi-. Iii-litlit of name niul Beai-wiuiluliinil wHlIlilll"  I III: H1IKIJI. <; o. I). 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YOUR ORDER l'",*,7f .������'l��'��^l>rl������'''lllL����J��pe**l��l Imm. or nblpmrnt without dtpaslti v.11  abnu-   I UUII .UflUkll I.u wltlidrairn vrry mooii.   t^rOive umue of tbls pnp��r. ,,  ��/. L, MEAD GYGLE COM^kY, ah***,?m.  m:  -m  m  ���tm THE PROSPECTOR," KORT7STET  @>Jte tym#pzctoV+  .^ATUliDA Y.-vlAN17AI.Y. Ill liidl  MM  ���i ���,;���..:.;.. ������  ��� Washington' Letter. 7  ���  ,-;   Washington, Jan714.���-Privnt  .'f. iiiforina.tion-received/here, from  ;'      London and;believed io  be  au-:  ������'   "tbenticis' to 'the elfeef ��� that Lord'  ii.. ��� Salisbury, will/ soon ".��� accept'tlie  ' v .amended 7, Nicaraguan "7- Canal  -trea.ty;, ;Tho7)p]yosilioii;lo^ it!". is  /believed ;to   have jori^innttitl 7ii-.  7,.-,; iiiosf, entirely'viii'. the ^..United  .; ������'���'Sta.tesat th6' S.,ate;D('piiHi:n.iiit;  ,7 Avfie^-eSeci'elai-y.'lja.y, 7in, coiifi-  .; dental  iiifervie\vs,   Supplied ihe  -AVashington : cojn-os])ondent;s! of  '..'.. i London'newsjiapcvi-.s: \vi tii, evei-y  77argument ;i;gajnsi*;i).s-raecepiaiice  *.- 1;) i'a4 1 ie con Id de v ise. ������ 'As. h as' iii;-  77* ready,been .piibii.slie'cl/.the treaty  "y Would'have/been.'witbdrawn  had  it not been for Lord' Ranncefofe;  .i'who^pei'spntiUy s re(fuested7 the  ,7   President not to take; this stepi  7   It;iSjn<Av,said th;tt7i,ll: interest in  '.:.,: the: subject'inCreaf: Britain ' has'  7; died   qiii?7aiid,.fliat7 there  isnot  '    likely, to be; any further difficulty  ; . iipr/any-parlicul..r7dolay,7 in   ac-  , ycii\i$i\g:y\k:'y:^  '   imiy7not7l|ike7tlie;inet!id  ���"7 by ���,' i Congress 7 to V get 7r id 7'p'f >' 'the  ;7 ClaytonU3uI\yer.itreaty'they7are  ���^perfectly Willilig'-',tliat"^i^!'should;  V.be got rid .pfc7T.j:io*y are.not;;bhlyr  7^ill.ing,::;.'but7anxipu^  ''���7'UriitbcV States:' siiould7build "the  .'v'���:������������.- -������:!.y.'Q-r,l';.-':'1fii,;-:'.-i'-- -.'������.virV-'-i:���.���������,������ ������������'������   ��� j  ;; canab .^It;is quite. as  iiii ppr tan 17  'iy perhaps:;: eyeirynpre ^o.^fdi.-Hhe  ^commerce of.tti;ea|!Britaiu7than  7Ihe';''comnierce^Tof '';'���''��lieT-;IJnitied  ^7 States.'; 7OT^  7,th6;\vorjd:'is controlled ;,,by "Britjr  7ish'' shipmaslLei's,; ^tudH t as ''[an tici -���>  ,5v]3ated.'tliat^the;;tpiinage'a  ;7ships; pa^isirigith rai.^li7^thei fp'roi  :,.7:pbsp!3,;ea:ua17}\^  77pf ii!ll;,ptiiei-aiatioiis>cblnbined.fbr  7 yiriany 7 years.;-;; to .pcpme^-Nor/is  7ttli:ere;ahy'pbjec,^  77 od7;!th V ;;Bri tiJ3}t7G  7;,tiiedefpnse;sMi^^  ���.;.^cftuar;.by:^h'^  .;*��� Wi^gpyernineii t>.'builds7the;cai.M  /^ifeisXexpec^e^  ':. 7'H if in aii7 na t u re7ea n'7c6uceiv,et<)f  77fip7pthef7v.cpuf^^  7:~ tretUy.7;^  77'Br i ti sh77 States ui'eii';.-.;-'ii,re C ;av 5115 ng  7;- that;.the;United:.StateS; 'sha]l;7as7  7; Suine;7'the7.^itti r^7re"si]5pnsibifiiy'  7|and;7pxpehi-^  7; in iii n'taihiiig'S1^  kiicaiii'ai.^  fSa;m^lei|R^oiii:S^  Oo&niercial Meil.  7.; ��� 7'.    .'-...  ;':;r :-;���;, ���.-;.    ->- ;>.A.;-.w .-'.': ��� .*.      '.-������- .'.    ���  ';     '���;���     ���*.', .-������'���-   ;'���}&������-    ' :.'������';'   '..    ','' '" ��� ' '.'.- --������ -  ,, .-.  *������*   .-..:''���' '   .    ���' :���..,' .'.'.    !  y;^,ii.:::>:yi/iy:<:NojicE/;\  .77:,KolIoi';is iioii'oiiy i-tvo'n thai' itppiici'i tioii AVtil  iic'iniiitt) lei the rinsisliiture of 'this' I'l-oviiu-c. 'of  Mi-iLisli C.Mliinil>i;i al.jts ni-xL'Sfisslon fur tui/At-t'l  i...;.lii'coi-pi>i-nit*.-.an association :.w he liiiowu.as  7'i"ii& Yrihiiri'HH 7'cpLUMHiA *7'iii'NiNet  .A.SSOCIA'l'lON'.,1.'."tli'is; siiitl������.iissdi!iitiitiii'l..:li"oliiV  Iiiiiii.UMt. I'oi- Lilt; ,foilo\yini< Uiiii'iKisus;;-, iiiliihVi.v:.  :l*-ii-st;; t.o^pronioic.tlHj/ arts anil st-ii'm-es coi��7  lieuti'd .ivJtlitlic.cc.iiioiiiii-iil pi'ixjiit-lioii ;��f vain-,  abloininc'i-als'aiid liiolals h.\viiii!iiiiso'l'iiii,'.!liii'.'s  Yor'tliu" ruiiU'lii|r aiii|7il|seussioii of:! n-cliiiiciil'  paiiei-s.aiiil ilio suiiseiiueiit liistrihiitioitfif siieii'  iiifoi-inatioii\iis';niay.:.iii;; .-.'aliieii; tlirouifli,/tli.o.  lnoiliiim pf,piil>]iuiiLloii'. 'SeC-onil.tlic (i.stahlisli-  liieiit of ai-oiiu-al i-'ufei-ent-e lihi-iiry. iiiul.it iioiitl-  <1 tm l-tc-i-K' for'-tlic.pui-poso'of. Llii'ji 7ii-Ki|nizali'6ii.  'I'hlril.iio tiike..;.coiice^tO(l ..aclion ."upoii stiiili  m.-itiers as'HlTcct tin1 lniiiiu^.aiiil niciailiir^ieii;.  ii]{iust'i-it!s (i'Jthp..}*i-bviace of.lii-itisir Coiiimliia  aiiti;to;eiicoiii*iiKi' aiitfin-o'iiioio ilioscinilustries  hy .-ill lawful aiiil lidnoiirii.ijle.means.'. '^,777. ;  , ;7'Daii'ir.al llosslaii'ilr ll.cCJ.   Dcceiii|iiii-"i!ist)!','  ii.i>i i7;77 7'''���7;:'!7:77;77''-7777^  77;*; ^'i:7 7::;'.''nA.i;. V'. &''i"i 'a iff vroxi'yy: 7777  ;7;7' ������:'"���'':���' 7 ;-::.:7 Shli'.lloi's:foi-:api)lii:ants!,;..  *V:  ;i:v7777;7?7;;77Ne\vs:,Nptes;ft;,;f777* 7777  y0y:^i\&0(B hi iieS(S'7at7:?Siaif-fuMrtr��C  (i'.;';"di-in,ihg:7;cpri'fcin'iipi  7;7willing.td;tight;7ihdJ'belieTO^  [;:';';.&^U;:,'iw1iip7-'t'l^  77fight;;7 'yy-i;'7^7'7���;;f'-J^i.'7 ��� 7';;::.;;;;7' ���  7,7' An urgent appeal comes "from  ;;.y SouthjrA:frJca'foiv;inpre meii;7The  .;. :necessity7;of77?fresh,���''drafe-'of  '���'-. iriddnted ;mem is .growing; more  7.' urgent every day;7. ;���;:' "u ���:''���y'i-"/'i-  '���i ' .;The.Canadia.ii::Pae'ifie;;.and7the!  ; r G-reat--;. N.Qrthern are77nakiiig7a  *' strong tight for the"iRossland: pre  7��pnna^e77 v;.Thi3"'.Oifeatr^rth^vh  ; ^ili-j7cpuis,truct'7rf.jspur?' ^b. ;tlie  v,:;Sophie''Mpimtaih'mines.'' .:,;' .'7���'���':  7,;:;;[^'t^7j;Clai-i:7; tiie��� \'Montoiia'  ;:; iniiihig -''iii tin j : sedins;,*:t:6 , have a.  ;..;,hriifti;7tii.iii,e^  (ti,ha'^:L(igislatui'(!.7H.o^ nominate  r llim IIS S.ehatOl7"';*::.'    ;&������'���': :>:''�����,'������;;���':-���.  .. -.4.-.-i'*.i:.*'. i���;..)'���;, 1   ������������ "y.'j.*-.-���::;'-.' ��������� ���:���- ;", ���" V ���'  . \-The latest raiI i.'baciI���'scheme.is a  ;transcpnfinehtal7(^iii.atlia^  ; .American   .line.:1:     The    Cirtihd.  r Truiilc,^\.iscoiterii: :Cbnt,ral7" the  ^MeKenzie 'and Manitoba;' rail-  ���rpa,dri7aridM;:li(y l./'iiiisiniiir coiinec-  7 tion jo tilt* c:6at>i.7 -     7 ,-..���'���.'  . ���';������; It'i.is'.'riiiri.pivci tiia.tvS'|i,.1Willi:i.n'i  . Butler' will   bn tippointed Lieur  te 1 it 1. ill.-. G e.i 1 f > 1 -a. 1' e i > 11 ii ti an d i n g . i, 11 e  Lroop.s'.iii .CainVii,-i7 iii successiiin  ; 1 () ijo'rd'-Wi 11 imil,' i?red6ri'eIf'. Sey-  inour.'    .-'���'''��� ';/'     '���.'������' "     '.." '  . . v  7'The;^'rench riglil^,in ;rela1ion  (.<> fish. 011 '.file * New. Found land  shore, :i.re\hot bejhV cpnteslid,  noi- will .they bo abandoned.   . .-  7::::?;7'7.7:".!7;rNOTlCE^7f7i:..V;.'::;':;;.;:;:,-;.,;.ii  ...7'raki- iiblico.tiiiit thii-ty. tluys from ,Lhe-;.lat<'i  jici-oq|..l.iiiicii(i;.lo1;i.i)ply'itb.;tlic Hoiioui'Vihlo'tlie.  Ciii.of Coiiiinlssion'oi* of. I'.iiiKls iMulVVoii.-s.l'oi- IT  .^pociaTlicoiiso'.lb'1 (-lit^aiiir'ciirryj'invay., liinbci-  i'i-oni Ihb foilbu-in^ilesci'i boil la nils':; CoirnhpnCT  iiii'.itt il.'.pbiin. al.iiib soiitlVwoslt-oraor of TJot  :I0I8,��:.Uraui)4O110.;"Hasii'lvootonay .'IJisirltit  i-uiiriiii'^ tliolk'e'wusi SI) .rolls': ;.U)iiiicb;;''h;o'rtli::80  i,oilsV:.::lli('ii{.-e!;\yesi (ilO'i-pils:':t^ilieni:c .'iioi-tli ;^U  i-pdsV'-lhciit-c oasl.^O.'i-bils^^.ih'ijn'i-i^s^  i-oils; 10 xlie; piiici,' of hekiiiniii'i/'77;,:> -?Jr;i'.-'t?';-:^fcgl",;,rJi;V��"-  :;i-:^0:il.e.i;:ujl'-eniH:,;��;,C.Lt.his;^ of ;.N"o7  veinl)or7A7o;.^!��)S7;'7^7|77^777';7i^  ;7;;;5i7;777M?:l:;7f7.;77..i7.M.'pn6cTb]i77  P^^iijII^S^I^  Pm^are^  r:^.\.T.::c"';.'.'-':'-:. ���: :.n.ii':,-'.y~::/'.':' .';:";'7'.'<r.'..j;:v. Vi." ..���>,".���;;������::',;���;"/-.'.'���'.c.....7/;;?;;.  East  7'':.7l:f.,')77;-.;";,;;,;; NOTICE.77;,.; 77;;;;; ��yy  y:'������ Tliko iibi.ice;i,h;il. tliii'ty.^a.ys.froih; tlie' diiu*  lioVc-bf I'Intend to .ipply.to; the llmionrahlV; tiii,'.  eiiief.Couiniissioniir'of f.iiliflsaiuT Works; for ii  special license;to; eut: and. carry.aivay,. tiinbc-i-  ifroin, the following, clescribcil'laiiiis:0Cominenc-  Inir at a post plan toil tin the .west, hank ol'; .Klk  Silver, aboiit biie "mile.north '.of the', town of  l.;ci-iiiu,.riiiiiiiiij.'tlieni:e,iii'a northerly (lireetipii  -.Hlbu't; the west bank of the Elk.lilye.i-'.fbr a dis-,  _lapee!of$\von!lle'sTi&  tion :I40 rods:,tlience in it sonthei-iy diri'Ctibn  two miles: alienee in an easterly'-.cliiccilon :!-iO  'i-oils.to piaee.pf.beKinnins-' 7���'.'*���-"';���. ~'-'*:..-,7. v: ������  ;.'7'Uiii,ed at FerhieJlS.'b.'tiiis -lOth iliiy 6f;No-  .voriiljet-..AV/lJ.';'.iOiM^'--:'-'-";-''-'"'^'."''-."'���;���-���"���'���'" ���"'���' = :-.,;"**.*r.;;"*',  \y'n\-:J'yyy : '77 ."7'<3. m. 'nos'woimi7  +M7''7''v. 7 :*7;'+777r; ,^77;7;;;;,^  kinds  k>i'*3-  (*?' .   f01'4  it  , J.  B-c4^-';;fe^^^^'^.-'-;^'  \ Pf.e��E!ii': B1. mi - ai   -||t i  r  1/  ^���"%liES,',-'Vr| ,S  CRfj$��..'THE B.ir-STAWn-RHEUMAnG  ��� FLASTER MADE" '  r;i./)5TEn'.N Ef-l^rJELED;  ~t,7, , ..V'i.H'll'lV ���CE 25^L50 Ih'lYARD  iipBaCIV  S'KEil!-^  vmw.  kOL15 PRICE 91.00  "   rlMpMCECOij  ::. .'��� y    /y;illPACTURB((5i ;, ' ' MONTREAL  :.'.i^-��i'>-^--.r.Q..^'=��S'=5i.'wiJ25  '���..'��� y\: .y ;notice.;x-7;;;.;;;     y,  ;-.Notiei*1' is . liei-eby. :'|*'iven ' tiiat "application  Vill'"be niiiiic lb the cParliament of Canaila  ill. ; its .next', session ��� fpr7' an- act lo . in-  ;(-oi-]iora.ti: ..the .vKooteniiy . CenlraT' Kaihvay  Cotiipnny;" wltii power to eoiisiniia.,ei|uii). operate :iml niiiiiitaiiLa line of Uailway, of .si.iinil-.  ���h-il bi-iiny oilier. *;aui,'e. to. be; bp'enitell by  sleain. eleeti-itiity oi- any. oilier power, for the  (.-ai-rihy of Ireijiht.and'passeniirers.1 -:  y t,'Ili'.S,l.':_���i'-rbin.l',ort Steele:to J-jilio - or';soinc  bther'eoiiveni'ent point tnitheCi-oxv-s Nest I.Jail-  way between.::Hlkbaiiil Ur:n-iliier ilience""oil  liitliei- tlie Kasi��or .Wesi siileof \\Hs,'��-;iin rivei-.  br.by.lhe most eon vehieiil.a-bnle ;lqM.he' liilei--  hatibniil lloinnlaryLine. ; ���. ;: I 1 ..-..^ ,.  7 Sl':CON13:-r-li'r6in'l.''orl Steele to \\'iii(lei-inei-e  hyeilhei-ithp.I'la.storjW'esisiile'pr. the' Kootenay river :L theiice'tb the town of Oolden (in the  mainline of IK;' anadiaii Paeilic Kailway, anil  to'lniikl iind opu.ate. irauiways^in ,coiiiiectip:i  thei-owiili.'.wi'ih power' to eohstriict.' opentti.-,  and 111a in la in branch lines 'and all het-essai-y  brid|.'es..roail.s. ways'rerr.ies and other works,  jilid to billlil. own"and liniliitaiir w-liarves liiut  ilei-.Us.lnconneitlioii thei-ewi 111,' anil with power  to btj'iltl. aciinire ami maintain steiini anil oilier  vessels :ind hoats. and tonperaie the same on  the. Kopteiiay* li'iver -fi-oni the liiiei-nationiil  Uomiiliiry as fin- noi-tli as tin; said river may-he  or may be made naviyahh'. 7'.  ��� Also 10 .atithni-ize Ihe.siiiii; Ivooleaay Central  Kiiiiway Company to build. i;i|iiip, operale ;an.l  miiiiitainii-leiii-apii iiiurielephoiie lines lu'cuii-  iiei-tinii with said railway anil brilm-hes. and. 1..  Heiii-.i-aie. I'leen-ii-ity ;.i'im-: the -supply of heal,  iiyin an.1; power, ami for iill and .ever-, other  piirpi.si* iiieniibiied in Sections su: si. s-* ami is :  of the ������Wilier Clauses ConsullilitUrm Aei of  1*107" and t.�� do everything neees.sary. am! 'uiei-  'deiila! to. llie. earryin;* out of all'iii- any of the  objects rul'errc.l to. in said sections;   .  'Also lb invest said .'u'onipiiiiy. with ' pbiv.-r to  cjipi-bpriate'iiinds for ihe'puri.o.sesMf ilie Company, ami lo.aci'iiiro'larul.s. bonuses-, privileges  or other aitis iriiniany (.loveruirient. Municipal  .(.'oriiorniioii. or iiiherpersons in*' i.iidi-;.-*.���Also  to levy and collect lolls from all parties usiiin.  ami on ullfrelnht passin*i over an;,- df.siich'  roads.. ral 1 ways, irainways. ferries.' wharves  ami vessels owned or operilled by the (..'oiiipany  unci \viili power to . inahe ti-alllc or. other ar-  raiij.'oincnts \vllli railway, sleainhoal or other  Conipaiiies, and foi-'illl other usual necessary  rights, pown-.s or privllei'e.s in thai behalf.-.  . l.'url.her to empower Wo said (..'oiupany toac-  .juire ami operale mines, concentrators, snicli-  er*. or relluei-ies.ln the nei^tilK.rhrii.d of in- hi  any part of the territory naturally tributary to  ils railway... , . > ������     *  'mWmyy'-  SRLENDID^GCOMM  'yi'iy , 7; 7;. 7: Sample 'Rooms7ftr;;.CoDiinerciar. 'Men;;;,. "'��� .^ ;r 7 V7 ";���������;  7 ^'^':7i;t;-:t.;;;*7-.;';���": 77..\;^  7 7 '; ' ���''"'- ' -The,'. If'ail..fiins;\yithiii jenfeetKof the hpuse.7, ;Gopd7'7  7s'���7V^.Bai,-n':'��uid:'p:ienl;y.!":pi! h'iiy';titn:d'''grttiiV7';;7if-'yp  ''. 7 ;Wa.ldot-f Vou'will never.regfet-it. ,,. ���'  7    .'���;'   .'-..'; *���'./;';"-��� .-7-77 7  '.'?:. 7��:i,-'  ';^:^v;;:':;7i*:-ip?'  :;T!IE^;il];M7T0  H. \:'A.^. KANOUSE  >������''  Broprietor.  W^mrxs  l7-(l|l^^andi7.;G  Ml  ���'WIN-OEUMJJRE'-I^-.DON'A'LD;  iDDiies i Speciaitiij  AND  SOO    ONE  'Miners goiui,- iiorlliwai'd via Canoe Rivci' Route Win find; it a'large  saving aiid conveiiiencelo procure their supplies at Donald.  HOLE AGENTS for  Still ciintiiuii.'s to (ipci'iite,Tirst-  Slecpurs on nil 'iraiiisfroin 7,'     7  ���lass  Agents  Canton' Steel Company  Windermere, Golden and Donald  '7 'Mining Division's.-'  California Giant Powder Co.  feT.9il---3V  CONTRACTORS  ,!!  iH!:-  i>i  uiul  LIME -For Siil��:  iclv   and   St<>ne   Work  PLASTERJNG  Promptly   D.  Revelstoke and Kootenay, Landing  Also TOURIST < 7'vIiS p'lsaiiijr t'liin-  niiM-e .liiniitinii Ditily for HI. I'aiil..  Sat.ui'iliiys for Monti-en! anil llnslnn.  'Minidiiys nnd Tlm'rsda.vs fur '1'oriinlo  Same cars ]iass Revelstolce    *  .1. ������    one day'earlier. ���  ���: '"'.,;-''--v;'-No ���>���;; '.y'y/  ;  . Trouble:.'"';'"''  To Quote Rat es a iul  i;ive you a  Pointer  Ret*ardini>   tlie   I-lastern  you (-.ont em plate taking  7   ^As'sortecl Gar'pf; Best Branc3s^6f Floun^ and   Meals.  &tc  FjouivRateiitHungai-ian aiid'StrongTBakor.    ''' '7"';   7 "7 7  7   77  Rolled Oats, Cracited^Vheat? Whiaatletts,   7    ;. 7 i.^:^..-'';.^.  .   !   '77   :'    Coniineal: Buckwheat Flour; Split Peas,      '7  -;;;  'f. "���'-."���;:"-;     -7 ���������!.'������ i,-7-N'av:y;-.'iBea7is.- 'Lima Beansi Pot Bar]ev. etc.  7-' ���'. ���  .-..������,-  ..'.::��� .>-'���'v,- ,:������..'���,���.������������,���;������   7- ...;.;<; 77. ..?'���,-.... ':��,.-.-- -'        ���.,-������''���,'���..  Br^     Chops;   Shorts     Oats     Hiky.  - , PfeetAyood Tea. a pure articfe imported direct from Ceylon  ��� 7   7    ':'. ">'.    |-.*;y *t once and you will use no other.       *   v    '   ;-  Bacon. /.Hams .and   Dry Salt Side Bacon.  ; 7-7   Presli" Breakfast  Buitof rind Eggs. "������  POTATOES   and   CARROTS  fREWbODall lengths to siiit all stoves.;  THE   FORT   STEELE  FLOUR aiid FEED STORE  E. C. MILLER, Proprieio,-   ; 7 POST OFFICE BOX 836;  ..���;_.,2-W'.  .All gfiods giiariuiteed.il nil prices'a Isii 'as. heing coiT'eel.'.  Send in orders. .7 7       7        ;'  Fall and Winter  now Effective.  Schedule  For l.iiiii'-|..'ilf]i_>si. r.-ilits uiul full   infni--  iiiiii.ion 1 * j i-ll mi (ir iiililr.'ss iii-.'iri'sl    1.  li^l'iil. (ir ���'     '  ���11!  .1. \V. CKiVNK. A  f��llt'   I'1!!!-!. Stcl.lll' .ll'l.  ("..'. K.-.MAN'SKIKIJ). A "I. Kurt Si.���Hi'.  E. J. (JOV'UK,     A.G.l'.A.. VaucouVor.  en  aifioie  t>erley,   B. C  H.'W' Drew,  PROPRIETOR. 'nil-: rmsf-i-U'Toi:. fort stkklr, b. a, January mi. v.  ioi  ��PK?  In   tho   Coiuity-   CourL   of Kooteiiny  Holdoii at J.'ort Steele  BaK'inO  Powder,  Is a pure baking powder���  no alum, lime or ammonia.  No acid but that from grapes , ,  ���which   is   pure,  pleasant   and  healthful���enters into Dr. Price's  Baking Powder. >  Fruit  acids are accounted by  hygienis'ts the most important^ of  ��� the elements of the food' of, man,  ��� and of these the acid of the grape  is most prominent.  Dr.   Price's   Cream    Baking  Powder is not only" the most efficient   and   perfect   of    leavening  .agents, but owing to its constituents is likewise promotive of health.  \����tk'��-    Is   111 Icli-,     ,;)*..-il tJtuj   on  ill IJ... lulu i   iMnt. u.i*. i,ii),.,,,1 in-.i   x   j.,,,,;,  i:*..i   juiikimii iiifMiii ff.im tii.n j,, tl|.  .'ii-.in Aim-.ni.il-, imii.i.ii .\.in,in,Mi.!,,,, ���r ,,���. t  I'llllliI-,  <.f KmilllllM   ll,   .lillllll.l,l|.u.,|  i,| .,|1 ,,����� (  -lli-.M l.n    tin.   ti.rnjs    .ii.iii, is   .ii.ii   ,.|,.||n   ,,f  i   |--IM|U.tll    ri.lllilslH,,,     .,1|,|,    |. ,j|U., sis     .ilins  -hum of Tlii' l,,,.i|,     nniw.n    i,j|������m,   ,1,..'  (...*( il   mil si.in  l.M-n  |n.lsiiiiiiuli.l,it,| I,.   Ui,    s.ui!  il.,.|.is,,|  Is ll l|lllli-,| III in, |���    [,,,*,���,, , i    1,>|1>|V.U|1    I,,    H���.  llllill-rsl^Mr il  Kicn |n i-on lirt��niK m possession c-lfu-is i.,.-  l.'ii;:iii���' m tin il.i-tasi-.i is ikiuIu'iI Knilnuii'i  lu null!*, tliu uiuIim-IkihuI.  i.ii-n cii-ilnoi urutlK-r in i mui li.n mj.. jin  ,! um uim.-iDi iiiii-u-si In iliccli-tilbiuimiotilK.  P'-IMHI.ll I'sl.It.'llf tin- s.ilu iteiv.is, il is |, ijtiii-i,)  HI ill 111 llllllvd.nsuf tills (l.ll I* lo >,<-ml 1,\  ICj;ls-  Li-i,'il ktl.-i .iildn-ssi-il k, ii,,. uiiiliT-iifned, Ills  II.U1II- anil .iil.liiss .uui Un-full parlliulius i>f  his il.inn in iiiii.|L.sl .um ,i st��U'iut*ni i.f his  .in.niul. anil Un n amr ..Mlu- -rtuilt-. (if ,iny)  la-Ill b\ linu    ��� .  Afui tl'e i-xniMUim uf tlie  sanl   tlilm,   ,|.lys  lilt- Alllullllsll.ltlil   ,1111 pimcill Hltll llu- lllslll-  UuiiDii ol   tlie cst.ui   Ii.i\Iiik   n-sr.u.l   to  tllo-U  i-l.iliiisi,nij or Mlilih h,* slnill have hint noiu-e.  Ii.mil .il I'm t Metric tin- Uili day t>[ .l.mu.it \-  liin  ..AMIS l-'I'KCUSOX AK.MSTHONU.  ()��l. l.ll Ailuillllsltntfil  i'.mi sticic, ii f;.  iB'ZiTiie -Canadian BanK of Gommerce  (HEAD OFFICE TORONTO.)  F>aid     up    Capital    #6,000,000.  JfO.V.   (,'rtl.   A.   C't>\.   I'l-f-iilfi,,  GOLD DUST PURCHASED.  '.. I..  W u.i*ri:i{. Ccn, Mai  GRASSICK   &   OEMPSEY.  CONTRACTORS  AND  BUTLDBR&.  Kurt   Steele   B.C  In   tho   County Court   of  Kootenay  Holder, ut Fort Steele,  B. C.  S..LH.I'is hi ichi mii-n in.ii ou   the  Jifih il.n  HONG KONG DRAFTS SOLD,  c  K-VQUAXCJI.: on nil parts of llu* world bougfit :md suld.  London Agents���The Bank of Scotland.  Fort Steele f Cranbrook Braiiches  J. W. H. SMYTHE, Manager.  A Fireman's Close Call.  "I -Uu-k in my nmiui'. althoiieli  'H-i'l-s joint ;ii'li.>tl ,in,l i-U'i-t. lU'i'M- mis  rueliei! with pain," writes r. \\\ i;,.u.  .liny, :i loeomolive lllvm.m. ,.i r.ui'liiif*-  Ion. lima,. ������! w.ls Mvuk-'iuiil juili'. without iii-.y ;i|>|H lito .uui nil run down.     V-  [M'.l- IllldUl  !() .fix,.  U|l,   |   j,,!!   ;.   buttle nf  if llcccl.llifl- IHMil mts tildvrtil liv.l. \ I'diiii KIl'llll-U l-iilti'I-s ai'll. a|tiM> litlchtf u, |  7 ���! Juil^fiif tin-iiiU'inu;. llnu .lanu's r<-i. fi'l' .is ucll :t- 1 I'vt'i- liiii in my "life."  L'usnii Aiuisii.iiii,' ti.-H, i.il Aiiminisiiaun nf ti,,. | Weak, -it-kly, run il���iwl people' alw.u.s  ���""  '*"*" *" '������- - ���   H-iiin iii'w lifi', sir..nyih ;unl mk-,ii-   fiom  ilifii-   us.'.      Ti ji    ill,.in.     Sitti-rsicllnii  yilill'.lllti't'll ut ��� "  A   \V. I��I.I-..\SI)KI,I."S,   Drtij,  siuri*.  ('till    Is  'iT Ko.iU-lil,   IHI   llllllilllstl-illoi  Ot.lll,ll,,l  illUlll.ll     'I'"     will's      chillll'is    .lli.l    il.tfn    ^t  |'T I I'li.irlcs tv.il/ of I'm i Sti-flf. II   c.    MiiIitiiI.-  ' t .Usui, iiitistal ,  f    l>ei\ in.s.ni iiiilohici't,*. Uu>  sulil  ill i-.-uscil  ] is ..-.|uui'.! tt. ui'ilu- iMwni in lm tlniitli  ni Um  j U .ili'l s||.'ln i|  I       l.llll   1HMS..1I h Illli-.'Ill l).,s*.fssllHl I n.-, Is I,.-  li|IVII!���' LO t|lC  ll.i.USnl    Is    IC.UI1I,.!    fill litis 1 111  in lioilfs the iin.leistriH'il  Kst-i-.s crctlltur, or oilier pt'ison, Inulm; .uiy  CI..111! upon oi IiiL'ii st in ih,. iltst-ilnitioiiof tin.*  ]. isf.n.iJ Lil.il. ��jf |��i��> sanl <!tccmscnl Is ii'.iullfil  uulilit ihiiii ila\ s uf ihis .laic it> >cml In ics-is-  ti'uil  i-tt. i, .i.l.lussfu i.i "he iiiulei.sl|;iiv-j   his  i.an.i. anil adtlicss .ini!  full i-.uiicul.it-s'-uf lus  I'lll.N lVri.\I,,'sKl'l{KI'A[i-V-s orru'i;.  ,      ' ������������ J '       '  HIS HONOriJ tin.  l.li>uti*ii.uii-(,:��tfi inn   in  I'ouniil  has  lice*   iilcas, ,|  in in,11,,! un.  ft.How ll." apiiiiliitini'iii  j uli litctmiiti, umo. c  KuiiKur Ki.i.ui'i'. 'ol lVlmlnji-oitirli, Kasi  ifuoictui, Kmiutrv- M I) , ti) Uo n -Ciiioiici fm-  ami withm Un.' 1'ioum-c of UUilsh t'oluiubiii.'  ^'im or li.tL-risi  -jinl  ,i  sMiyiicnr. of his ,u--  i tuniit .inn! Ui" iiutiiu* of his securm   (If iiii.i)  i i'.-Ul h\ h:m  j    Aftn iliet'Mihaiiun ../  Uie sinil'tlnttViln s  I il-.t- 4dwuns,i ,t<ir,ft|jj pnvwil uuh ���lii-'lfsiil. j '      NOTICE.  jbumiL   ,,:   ;hi-   esmc liauin- u-pinl to Himsc rtic flmish (.'oluniDiu  Souilii'in  K:nln.i\  . iistin*...' :. .>.' .yhiih lu> -hall a .-ic h-i.i no.m.-.   | tV.iiip.un ��U1 apply io iht- I'aillunifiit ot I'.u,'-  .     Mini! i^l o-i -:u-,f ifiis 17-.huavof Jaiiaaivliuiunt us u..\t Sossion  ioi  .uu Act cMfiuliiiB  1 IM  PRICE  BAKING  POWDER  CO.,  CHICAGO.  N.-.TI ���T!i*i*- .ire innir.  choip "ml mfz poi- t'.e--^  -,   ic   oi   r.li.iii."   I itht*, il*-   ii,���.ri,���!  lll'i.Msi,    s.l   *'   il* i|     ,t* ,, |   .11 ., .iv |      l'e  j'i, ..-.jll.tlill 1. .lists   .11,   ll.    .'..1 ll\s|.. ).-,!.,.  g&fye jjgrpffpejctar.  SATUJiUAY. ./AXIJAKY  In. I*iii|  +TmiTnTTnfTT��TTTTnTTnTTTTT?,nTTTTniTrTfmv  I  LOCAL NEWS. 1  <-UUUkkUikUikUikaUUUUUUUiHlLkliilllZ  ~S, Hiuisson oi Wn.Mi was in  town oil Tuo.sdiiy.    ���'.  Juiiics, Carroll of fCinibi*rt<��y  visited Steele on.Tnosdiiy.'  Fivo hundred dollars will he  jiuid for a puir of Moiimnin  Goal,. Apply lo Indi.-ni A^i-ni  Oalbruilli.  If lakfii in Time- The I), .t L. ilOmtii-  -idii will -urely riu-u tin* uiu-t -i-rimi:.  .ul.-i-linn- of tliu liini;-. That ������run  iltniii ((iiiclhif)ii. llu-.titt'i-iiflui-i- of .i  li'.ivi cold it (juifkl\ i-oiiiiteriii'teii.  \l,iii'if;ictiii-('il by i.hc'Oiivis !<.., L.'im-  i (in i' I 'o.. Liil.  (Jei your job priiiLiiii1- doiio  at  Tin-: Piiosprctoh ollico.    -  j w.r.s Ki:i:i;i;-o.v akmstkonh.  On-cial Ailininistn.ior  r'uri Stvclt-. }l C  LET'S TALK IT OVER.     "  K.tir ('iiuuliaii-:  The jiolii'i of j wjr' ne^lv-olot-itjil  ruler-i-in I.u or of trade within the  finpii-tr. Vmiii'imriotism approve- of  ic. Mui. -oiling chut H-iiK*. 1 appeal to  your c!aiiit\ ta-to aiul g-wumil my faith  on QUALITY. Ifyoutr\ ��. t.-y!on and  India mauiiine-iMiulo (;niv,l-'.X "tea- y<m  will wi-:--<>met.iin<r. \Yh.-ttV- The'nn-  puritii'- ini))arti'd to .Japan and I'hina  tsiOL'ii-s l.y tho FILTHY MLTflODS  (il-- riAXn-KQf.LiXi;. Think of this.,  UliK' llilihon .Mon.-oon and Sahida piii-k-  i*l-are nn .-all-,   ('ohuii-:.   -*'   *-   ..--..v..    .v.    ..i.^.iik   i; *.i.t.-iiiiii|i4  ttu* umo mthin winch It iiniy coustuict >>ucli  lli.uithcs noin iiny of Its lines not i-wucilliii; In  :m\ .'ill' ci.se tinny mill's In lcnuth lis an* ti-oin  lime to lime -luthoi i/cd bi tin* Coivinoi in  Council, and foi other p-.n-posos.  H' C'A.UPHKLI. O-sWAKI).  ���I'-'- ' Si'i-ieiaij.  Attention Hunters  and Prospectors.  Indian Ayent Clallii'aith i- williu�� to  pay   the   .-um   of   >">00,  per  pair,    for  Mountain Slu*ep anil (.'oat, or either.    '  ANDREW    NHI DIG  GONrKflGTOR ,  ani,    BUILDER  MOIJSi: ANIl Slti.V I'MNTINC  I'AI.CI.MI.N'I.S'd'lilnl l'AI*|.:i(  IIAN'OIN'C;  FORT STKKUZ,   li.  0.  J-?.'*   All   work  promptly done.  ~ CAPITAL WANTED.    I  To Develop |  The Rich Mineral I  Resources Of  South East Kootenay.  ' '        ( r-i i  ' I' (  Partially Developed,  And  Undeveloped Copper  And Silver-Lead  Properties  Are Offered For Sale On  Liberal Working-Bonds.  FOR   HKVOliTa.   AND   INFORMATION; WRfT| TO  CHARLES  ESTMERE.  Kimberley,   li (:.  Professiona I.  North Star Lodge  roit'i* s*iki:j.k. k c  NO. 30.  A. F. AND A. M.       C. R. B. C.  ItrKular mmluKs���Kt Tucsiluv iii rack  montli alclKht o'l-ltirk. Vlsltlntt IIk-iIh-mi an  ronlfiilly imiii'd,  A. VV. Hl.lASIihl.1.. Kt-ri-iarv  C  P  t  C  t  fc  fc  fc  fc .  fc  fc  ��~  ^*  fc  fc  fc   o  fc  fc  c  t     Q  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc,  fc  fc  C  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  I'OK I' SlKtl.K   DhrKl.ril'IIKNTSTNIJICATI' ]/���������  IRK I.patli'iilmll Slifi't, I.onilDii, KiiKliuid  i  N. A. WALLINGER,        FORT STEELE.  I'OST OKl'lOK HOX K.  THOMAS    McVITTIK"  i  Port, Steele B.C.  IV. It. KlISS. ,     n,   W    |H.|���.||s,E���  ROSS & 1IERCJ1MER.  Barristers _   -      -      Solicitors,  NOTARIES PUBLIC  CONVEYANCERS. . .  Fort  Steele,   li.   G  T.   BOB  LANDS and MINES  NOTARY PUBLIC  I'OU.KCTIO.WS ulvi'ii 1'KOMPT ATTENTION  Fqrt'Steele,     - B. C.  CARLIN   & DURICK  *  N7 A. U'iillinger went lo'Cnui-  biooK- on Wodnosdfiy.  li. 0. .Itjiiniii<;-s who haft boon  ill with hi-tri'ippo is onl ii^nin. -  ^oiul- |)lncor miners hrou^lit  in nold io tht" viiluc ol" ^*ui"oii  Wi'diiusdM v.  , 50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  K. C. Smith, Al. I'. 1'., rot urn  td from hi.-. Edfroworth ranclf on  Saturday la.-si,.  Thoinas Mtiiiton ol Moyii*  in tuwn on Tiii'sdnv.  was  li. 17 Coolco f-aiiie up Iron:' hi-,  ranch on llorst* Shoe ciinyoM on  Sunday.  l.len (Jampboll nnd A I' Clark  oi Moyie wero vi.silur*-. ;ii li'or'  Steele on Tuusdav.  -/ 17 LoPan ol' I he Hank of  (.'oininerfi' was in town on Wed-  nc-silay.  ('ii>s  Thois   eaint! 'down   J'loni  'crrv ereol*.- on Thtirsdav,  Trade Marks'  i .Designs ���  .. Copyrights Ac.  Anyone tpiminic n itkclrh nnd dcscrlnllon may  quickly iKt'crt.iln our opinion free whetlier mi  inr.Mitlon ll iirnbnliljrpitcnutblc. rnninuinlca-  tinuimnctlyoonllilontliil. Ilnndbonkon I'alpnu  iiimii free. Oldest iniciit-) for spciinnp patenl".  I'.il.'nta liiken llinmu-li Mumi & Co. recelTp'  n/if.'liiOinlicti, wilhoutclmrire, in the  Scientific American.  A liiintltntucly Ithistnitctl weeklj*. I.nrceit cir-  I'liliitlnii ot any ni>lvnlltlt- Jiiiirnnl. 'J'ermn. it a  joiir: lour months, tl. Sold bj-nll neivitdciilers.  MUNN & Co.36,Broi"1^' New York  Ilranch Offlce. (B5 �� St., WnshliiBton. I), c.  The l-Yirt Steele ['Monr.,^ I'V-ed  Store proprietor is aoent hir ihe  Fleetwood Ceylon tea. Try it  once and yon will use no oilier   v  Five hundred   dolla  r*.   wil  1)0  t Ou Monday, Alaiiaucr.Laidlaw  visiled tht* Perry creelc mines.  X   A   Wallinger returned from  Cr.iiibriiolc, on Thursday.  ���paid i'or a pair of .Monniaii.  Sheep. Ap]ily lo Indian Ai_'oul  Oalbraith.  W. Y. McKenzie. Vancouver,  was registered at the Imperial  on Mondav last.  M.iil a copy of Tins Puosi>i:c-  roi( ,lo your I'viuiuls, and lei  tlieni know all about the'mineral  resources of the district.  Dr    Corsan   wa.s  a  visitor  at  Fort Steele on Thursday.  The D. & L.  EMULSION  The D. *: L,   EMULSION  he b- it and most palatable prep.ir.iti  3<J I-i^erOjItagreeing with the mobide  The D. & L.  EMULSION  Mr. and Mrs. C.   AI.   Edwards    wen* in"town on Thursday.'  J.   A.   Harvey  returned   Irom      .-,,    rm   -_      '. -,   .    r,  Pernio on Sunday last I   ,(,ls   Lheis   returned  to Perry  J U'reek- on hridav.  Is, proscribed by iaj leading ph\ .iciar.-. oii  Ull.ua.  The D. & L, EMULSION-  l Is a. n.arvclloi;*, flt-!i producci jrm v.lP    !-.  \    ��� .hi ji: uppciitc    SJc. & St per bottle.  ) ' .��� sura ..or ,,-tl I    DUIS  tc   UWHKNCE    :  n-l,c.-ur.e    |        to, L.ii.inti, M .Hin.l {  Dad Sjiragup. mayor of Tracy,  wa-. in town on Thur.sdav.  Mr   and Mrs. C. M.   Edwards.  :in<l Mrs   \V. R. Ross are vi-sitinir  Prices are holding-verv firin m  Hour, milling goods, with strong  tendency to advance, so the pro-  prietor of the Fort Steele Feed  Store advises us. Thi.s is. there  fore, a good' time to purchase --- -  your winter supply    He has ji^t I at -\.isa.  completed a lull stock ol   flour, i   -  meals and break-fast food.- |      St   John's Church of England.  \v     r     n..,.i���     ,ii-     .     i      '    ���s"i,\iees   will   be   held   in  llu  \\.   J.   Doyle,   ol   lvunberlev. i  0was a   visitor at Steele on Tiu-s  dav.  The Most (Jomplule Iluultli  Kusorton  tliu Continuiit of Xortli America.  Situ.iii'iliiildsiSionriMiiinviillL'tl fm GiamlPiir  Halcyon    Hoi ^ Springs  .Cimrch of St.   John   llie   Divine  Je\t-r\ Sunday evening at 7..'ill.  |     Siranirers art* welcome.  i  I'ltKSRVTKPvTAN   Cin.'UCH.  ]    ('!ii istuin service will  be  c-on-  W�� ,-l.un. tl,.a tl., 1) ,v   ].   \l.no:���,;d,i,.!,.,|      in     the     Presbyterian  iChuiih by  the   Pastor   R��v    D.  ,10:ll",fr"^Sanitarium ^��T^l:  i^. I.\(*IH -1C  Home Work.  Weniiisih.-iv.-. ittoiifu a iniii'i-  l>ei- of i-i'liablt' jiersoti.s anil  fain ih un in this l(ic!ilit,y to work  for u.s uliole or spare time.  Ciood vafjoi paid. Xo canvass- '  inj.'. ' Write lor position toilay.  ,       People's Syndicate Dept. A.  i:i() Voiiiii! Sii-eet.      TOIIOX'J'O. Ont.  '   ' NOTICE.  Xotinu is lieit'by irlvi-n Llnu upjilicu'.Kiii iMll  be made io tin, Lcpsiuiitu As-cinblv of lliitisli  Columbia at Us next M'ssion for an Ael to ;n-  coipm.itc llu- Koiiieinu- tenlinl Hnil��a\  Ccunp.in\." Willi ]io��.-i to eonstinet ciiuip.'op-  d.itt- nnd ni.iiniain a lint* of Itaihi.iv. oi stamiaul or anv otboi- ���'.ui(;r. io be, tiijeiait-il In  stt-.iin. eliV-tncitv oi anv oilier pouer foi- llie  carniiK of lii'isxlit ami passtiiiKei s  | I-'IKS'l'.���Kiom l-'ort Steele to liiiin oi some  oiliei uiinei-irni point on thcUio��-s N'estllnil-  ��-n beiween lllko anil Wiiiilni-i- ilitmee on  either lilt- Kast tn- Wesi side uf WiKuam nvel  or b> tlie most eonvcineni lonie to ilio lntt-i-  iiational Houmhiry Line.  SIX'OND- -Fiom I'ort Steele io Winileiinere  bv eilliei-tlie l-Iasi or West side of llie Kootenay 11\ ei: ilienee to llie town of Golden on the  mam line of tin: Canadian I'aeille Hallway, and  to build and opeinte'iiam\Mi,\s In eonnectloa  llieienlib.'Willi power lo eonstiuel operate  anil maintain hi.inch linos uiid nil necessary  biuljies. io.uls. wavs leu,ies anil other works,  .mil m build own anil iiiiiinliiin wbaives anil  docks in connection therewith and with power  to build, actume and iiinintain steam anil other  vessels anil boats, and to opci.ue the same on  lb.; Itoou-n'iv Itnoi' riom the Inicrnntional  Mouiidnry us fm noith as ihe said iiver m.iv be  or nui} be made navigable  \Ko to aiithori/.e llie said ICooieuay Cential  Kailwav Coinpiiny to build, equip opeiale and  maiuiain tclCKiapli and telephone lines in con-  ui-cliou Willi said tailwav and biaucbes. and lo  K'l'nuiatu eleeii ii-nj roi ihi; supply or hem.  liirlil and power, -ind for nil and e\ery othei  puipose meiiiloiieil in Sections SU, 81. 8' and Kt  if ihe   ��� Wntcr Clauses Consolidation  Act of  GENERAL  Fort  Steele,  #  MERCHANTS  i  > Eest ���       ,  ,  ,Kootenay.  O.'o. S. McCurier. "   j. A. H��rvf\  HARVEY & McCARTBR  HrtrrMew,  Solicitor*,-} 'iVoturif*  Public,  Comri/mirt'r.i etc. r  POIiT STBKl.K, IJ. C.  J  KKVKLSTOIf K STATION' and aor.DKM  COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY      MADE.  0  Douglas Corsan  ((IM-MD.) _  OFFICE -Itlveislile Avenue.  Next Door to lilea.tdkr'* Drug Store..  Sole Asents ������ Hie GailtOll S1.66I COMPANY  Tins Steel is guaranlcod lo bo pqual to .lesson's or  Firths in all  ITakd Rofii-r Woiiic. .    ,     M  Solk-Agents  Sole   Agents  Grow:sNesi Goal c����p*Ny*  Giant Powder Gompanu.  Mining Supplies a Specialty.  Agents for the   MASSEY'   HARRIS    CO., Limited.  r Farming   Implements.  ROYAL  HOTEL  KIMBERLEY,  B. C.  The Fine-it Liquors and  Cig-ars :uid BeutFurnisliecl  Rooms in Town.       o    ���  J.   I., GATES,   Prop.  It'iT   .mil to dn ci.-i-vtliliin nt'cessarv nnd  I tic- i  tlcnul  to tlie L-aiiyniK ont of all oi-any ol iho  nlijci-ts lufuncil to In s.ild sections I ~ -���== ~-^=r ���" ���  Also to in\esi said Company with  powt'i   tt.   "Til��      IVI��lWaUlXee  j  The PROSPECTORS3 EXCHANGE  >) NO.   4   K.-W..-C.   BLOCK,   NELSON,   B.C.  J .Gold.   Silver-Lend  and Copper Mines wanted ut.tlie   HXCHANGE.  j FKl'JK   MILLING   GOLD   properties  wanted  nt ont-e Tor Kaiteru  ! investors.  i J'ai'ties  liaviiif.   inininf>   property  lor sale  are requested   to dend  siiniples ol their ore lo the EXCHANGE for .exhibition.  We debire to hour from  prospectors   who  have  prouii.sinir  mineral  claims in British Columbia.  r,    s-,   ���'������"''l^'elor.s    and   miiiiii"   men   are   requested   lo   muke   the    KX-  B    C11ANGL thi-ir lieadtiuiirters wlii'ii in Nelson.   0  All sani]ik*.s hhould be **eut by express. 1,1{KIJAII).  Correspondence solicited.    Address all eommunication*) lo  ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER.    ��  jfi     Tuluphonc No.  HlA.     I*. O. IIt)\ 700. NIXSON   u   c  ^���5969eSKS6S��9e9SSS9��9e969SS6S ��*5������a��Se9����e-9e9essseS^  A.   C.   Xulson   returm-d   from  Fernie on Sundav la-i.  Planter will i-iin*   lniiili.ii.ii    l>'u ic.n  sciatica    or   in-m al^h-    ii.tiii-,   , mo  &Lu��l^."-��^('!o!',".hil1' M'"'' l,v I,,,;,-jM��-K- li��-id- B. A. ovorySabbail,    [uveninsiii 7 H>i     Sundav Sr-hoo]  I.'.ilevon .Spring. Arrow  L.ikr. \i.C.  Ill H-ifl-'I.-IJlllli- cnilllllllllll .111(111 '  Hltll .ill puis nf llu wi.il.i  'I'm.i :n ills .ii i iv<> ami iii p.n t om 11 il.i\.  Ic-ims,  -|?   id   *s|is   pc,   week, ;iccin JlllJ.'  tn icvijencc in Hotel oi   \ illns.  Its li.n'is Ciiii- .nl Nimvihis .n.il Must iil.u  iiis..isi-s lis W.u.-is ||. il .ill K'ntn.'*, i.iui  .md >.^nn.u*h Ailnit-nts  Albert      Bunk1-      and  T'lioinjiMon     rami'    down  Perry crank on Monday.  W-ii  Irom  at  ii in  A numl'or of cilizen.-* ut-i-,- Ian,  tip'witli lii-��fi-ip|ir* i,1k* carlv pint  of tl��i wcoli. hnl all arc now iln  i.i/C well  TIib' warm   weather  g(>od slfci^hin<;'1,  lias made  All an- welcome to our .icr. ices  ADVCRTISC.  IS'  ���      F. Lit hoi, Pinc.her Creek. ��� w;i.s  "registered   ai,   t.he    liri|ie'ria,l t on  Wednesday.      . '  J as   Gill.   Cranbrook,    visil,.  Fort Steele ou Weduesc'lay.  THR PROSPECTOR.  iliElniliiDui  Genuine Putriotisni.  L.ttli.-s .if < an.lda  U'lrl" st.iii-nifii .mil   [KiliiH i.iiis  ,-ii-  LTIJ���- 'in- ZtlllM rt-lll and illlli-i-i-iill.il  nrnl. uilbinllit I'mjiiii' 'ulni-li ili(.\  wil do .\,'n]<- j.i,- ilispln,..., (-(ininioii  -��� I,-.- . -.'llli- 1 'il- nuni-1- lm unit -��� he-  "i our In el ii.-i t-tiliiiiisls nl < . >, Ion .mil  India,tn ��i (..'. i-i s nf ii'i, c \...\'.. I: I.m-Ic  and    '.I-' t-n Caiiiuhan     mil     I  mini  -Sl.llf*   impel I.  I -> Slipph      \llll     wilh      II.-  tKdl IHKI | o'ui'l- .iiiiiii,ill \ nT    l.ip.in   leas,  '..I    Iii','.    i'litii-.     I,i|i,nis   ,i|.,    ii 11111 - J1111 ji  Ictil'iriil    .Hid    .iiidnlti I .ili-d I,.-)     I |i~.  J hntiv. 1. dtfi* of ' Id *-.- l.u-1- iunl I In- -,i-nl i-  : 'n. ni ni ji.it i in! if ��� isl11 In..nl 11mi ( tw>ii  , In ln-lp I lie 111 lil-li pl.lnli-i  Jii-iti.sii-^rowii P.lni;!: 'I'.-ns linlil I.lie  <'iirifuiian iimi'k-i-t. ��� lirii'ik'-i-,- nf ,lii|iiui  l.��.-a...simi'ild 1 ry ili<- G'nicns- imui t-tiiiiint.'  oil.l.bt- iiiairkel. ,-iikI y/mr dniiil.y palalttt.  will iip'pi-iivi; I In-in. Vcs. ��.- In-iir your  D-rot-er'.- '-xeiiKi'.s; 1ml iii.sii*!. Liitlies  .���nn iilwnys di-I ' ivluil. Ilit.-y ivant. , Itc-  iiit-iiili.-r how you ran j'nii- hiisliiuul to  well.-do llit-y .siillij|in|< iv jMiriidiscy':  'I'hey ciirl.'iiiily'will if ytm irivc. them  ('i;yli'iii ami liitlia di-ltii 'ten. I'.lne Itib-  luiri ii.nti Saluda pae|<e|s artMimv olitain-  al.'le. ���      ';   .        ('iiloiiist.  expit.pi-i,no lands for the pui poses of the emu  liarij- .mil loai'-ijuiie l.inils. bonuses. i>iivile^es  or otliei nitls liiiin any i:o\einineni, iMunlcipal  t'oipoi.ition or ntlioi-pel sons oi- btiili'.-s.���Also  to It", i mid collcri tolls fiom all pintles iisiiik.  anil na .ill   rii-ljiht p.issini; otei   iiny ol sueli  lO.llls     l.lllw.l,\s      ll.lllllMlVs.   !l>llll-s.    Mlllllies  .mil \l-ssi*Is owned oi opi'i-ated liv the Company  .mil null pouei in in.il.e ti.illlc oi oiliei ar-  Linireini'iiis \iith l'.uhm. steainlioat oi other  ('tnii[..iiiii-s. iunl foi all ntiiei usual ni'i-cssai-y  iif/hts poweis or pruiliKus in um hplLiir.  ruilhei-to i iiipowei Hit; sanl Coinpanv to ,ie-  tliine .mil operate mini's, i oncuiui.iiois. snie'.t-  iisoi leflnei-les in the iiuIkIiIioiIiuoU til tu in  .nil p.ii-t ot the tcii'iiin v n.itiiialh li Ibnuii-v tti  its i.ulua\ *..>  Dati-il al I'm I mi i*'<    I,  l     Imis Mill il.i.i (,r  Uei-. inbei. A. U  limi ' *  .1   A   IIAHVKY"   f  ,   , ->1.Iii-IHiis IOI   A|l|llll.lll|s  wm i: noss     i  L'asl Kootenay  Jiottlin.u (lo.  Aerated. Waters  DC all kinds.  A familiar name lor the Chicago,  Milwaukee A- Si. I'anl Railway", known  all over Hie Union as the Great IJail-  way .running the "fiinuer Limilul."  trains every day and niffhl between St.  Paul and Chieago. and Omaha and  Chieat>o, "'J'lie only [jerfect trains in  the world." Understand: Connei'tions  are made wilh All Tran->eontiiiental  Lines,   assuring  to passen��ers thu hesl  -.erviee   known.      Luxurious   eoaches.  electric liohls. steam heal, of a  verilv  e(|ii.iled In no oilu-r line.  See  that   ,\our lieket reatl-\ i.t-''I'll..  Milwaukee" when yoiiiy  lo  an\   pnim  in Ihe United Stales  or  Canada.     All  lieket agents sell Ilieni.  Kor rales, paiiiphliils or  oilier  inlor-  ni.ttion. address.  .1. \V. Caskv.   ,      ('. .1. Kdijv.  'I'i.iv. Pass  aki . l.'t-nuial Ai;t in,  siim'ti.k. u'\sn.   I'oiri'i. \.\i), ok  HIGHWARDEN    &.    SON.  PIONEER   BARBER SHOF  Kveryl.hiiif.-Kt.rie.ily Kirs(  ('lass.  M'.t/ iloor lo llie 1'rnn/ieelor.  THE  Gnambenif Mines  SOUTHERN BRITIST COLUMBIA  (Kootenays and Yale)  The Chamber of Mines wanlh thoroughly reliable correspondents inevery  Camp in the districts of K.i.st and West  Koolonay ant) Vale to whom reasonable  compensation will be paid for their  ser\ lees.  (''>rre.spouilents will he expected lo  A rie.h hidy cured of her   Deal-   lurmsli ihe Chamber of Mines wiih  all  Shaving W> Hair Dressing Parlw  Next to Oriental Hot��!  FORT   STEELE, B. C.  All kinds of hair work ���'  a specialty.  A. J GREZ,   -   -  Proprietor  T. 6. Armstrong  Port Steelio, B. C.  MANUFACTURER  OF '  Tinware, Galvanized Iron, Sheet  Tron,   Stove Pipes afud  Copperware c  BUILDINGS HEATEDni.il VENTILATED  Plnnibinjj;,  Pipe  tilting  and   all  kinds of .sanitary work  .   flir Tight-Hot Blast Stoves  Hydraulic   and   Air   Pipes   for  Mines  SPWUiAL  ATTKNTION   PAID   TO  .IOH   WOlilv.  TO THE DEAF.  L. COHN  TAILOR  AND LM PORTER OF  FINE WOOLLENS  Rocky Mountain Avenue  Fort Steele, B. G.  GEARY  &. DOYLE.  Syrups. (.'li;imp;io;iK'.s, Ciders,  ('linger Ales,  I/Ctc.  ���  Stiila   wilier   in   siphons.    .The'  most,  i.'i'oniiiiiii'iil way b> liandli; it..  ness aiid Noises in the (Men.d 1^  Dr. Nicholson's Artilicial.'' I3ar  Druiiis, gave $.10,000 to,' Ihis. Institute, so that deaf people, unable, to procure, the IS'i'ir.'' Drums  may have Ilieni free. Address  No. NfilH. .The Nicholson In  stitute, -.7H0,. .Kighth Avenue,  |:N(.\v York, U. S. A.  tk'i-elopmtjnt. -rointf on at, the niiue��  the instilllat.ioh of Vimehinery, ship-  inents of tire and value, and tfcnerally  sueh ni-\vsas will atXrael, l.he attontion  of eapiliilists and eiiuse"Uioni lo inveM-  ti^rat.ennd invest..,';   . !  ,    Applitytl.ions to beiiddrtiHS dt.ot.lic'  (.IHAMUKH OF MINES,  . .Southern Uril.ish Coluinbia.  I    .'������ (Kootenaysnnd Yale)  | )'. ��.). Box r.T.S. ItoaSLAND. ii. C.  Liyeru, Feed & Sale StaOfe.  Port, Steele B.C  rtoguhu-  Dally   St'iigo meets ,atll.  iniins al. Kort Steele .Turietion.  SADDLE A. PACK HOT-tSEf?        '  IliA.MIMi <H- AH. KINDS i SI'KCUUV  .**!  t  i  Va  ,  I  ''���4.  4"  ���Ai

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