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 Library of Leg Ass  nj?j^i>ivmriJTjyTnjarLnruanjann  MINI'lltAI.   I'ltODUOTloN   Ol-'  ;i foht stekj-k mintikg division  C rxt   ,on���     $2,746,869 n  rx  ipoo  ?.'��� inru-u ffiJKuuihJiJxrui/iLfChj-uCnjS!  i��  y/ijj^iry^yanjfu^^  Mixr.KAi. inionrcTioN of  UK1TJSH   COJ.r.WlJJIA   IX   IWU  $16,407,645  *iJTJiJVUTAn/uijTn3i?iKn5ui/TJL^^  Voi. 7  EORT STEELE, E. C,  SATCWDAY, JULY 20, 1901.  No 29.  New Advertisements To-aay.  Notlci���niiimoiid Jubilee Jlnspil:il..      I'.mc ��'���  II. Ifi-rslinn     ' <. "     "  ,     Nollut!���K. A. lOHon..      .   .       '.. .    "     ���!  Noilce���,1. H. Wi'llfhl   '���'.,      "    ,��  Notice���JnlnfMcLutchiu    "     "  *     MINERAL  FLOAT     J  The underground workings of  the St. lOugone mine,   comprised  of tunnels, drifts, shafts,   crosscuts,   etc.'.,'are nviir :��   mile   in  ,    .extent.  Tl >is said tluit, .'Jim .I. Mill,  president, of the Great. Northern  railway, and his associates, have  obtained .control of nl percent  of the slock of the Crow's Nest  Coal Company.  ��� ' ,   ,    .'  Hematite iron" ores are found  in all parts of Canada.  In  cthe   Port   Steele    district  ���   some of the richest iron ores yet  discovered occur   in  abundance.  The  thickness of  the  beds   on  Bull'river is worthy of notice.  The' annual   consumption" of  iron ancl steel and their products  in   Canada,, is   between   300.000  '"tons and 820,000 tons.   '       "    '  The United States took-all the  exports   of' nickel   produced in  Canada,during, fhe year l'JOO'.  The coal areas of <- Canada  are  !   estimated at.97,200 square miles.  Gold was first found in British  '   Columbia in April isr>8.  Tho locomotives on passenger  and   fast   freight1 trains' on'^ the  , Great   Northern     railway    are  .    supplied with Crow's Nest coal.  11 ' b "...  That the.mineral resources  of  South Eiist Kootenay 'are,'Being  exploited i.s  evidenced , by , tlie  business which is beins: done at  ��� the Government offices ' at \Port  .   Steele.'  Tt���is said that��the French syndicate represented by E. Mansfield, are seeking properties in  this district. - '   _  Mail a copy of The Prospector to your friends and let them  know' about the mineral ��� resources of the district. s  O j  There is an enormous amount  of ore on the Paradise group oii  Horse Thief qreek. So large is  the vein that it is impossible to  determine its extent until it is  more thoroughly developed, yet  it is shipping large quantities of  ore. .  Work has commenced on  several well known properties  on Perry creek.  The Perry creek placers will  soon receive considerable attention.  The success of the American  mining speculator is proverbial.  He'keeps his eyes wide'open,  spots the needy prospector, and  follows in the wake of the good,  anil gets in on Ihe ground lloor  of the best prospects located.  Considoring'lhe amount of development work done in this district, it is safe to say that no  section of British Columbia, give  such promises of high grade oro  as the Fort Steele district.  It is a fortunate thing i'or this  district, that a number of strong  companies aro securing properties in this section.  On  the  Estella   group   much  development work has been done  '.'the  total  development   consists  of  1400 feet of tunnels and 200  feet of shafts. .',   ������������  The Bill Nye has over 100 feet  of tunnel, besides several open,  rock cuts.      ;  Big Chief developments consists of over ;i00 feet of tunnels  and drifts. ��� '''���    y, , y    j;  British Col u m bi a s h o u 1 d be  the source of the silver-lead industry,' ' and   its    refining,   the  manufactured   lead   exported   lo  China and eastern Asia..  Tlu-import since of the output  of South Fast K'uolonay" sis  quoted by the Minister ol Mines  report lies' chielly in their indication of what uiighl be' done  iu the Fori Steele district in the  mineral producing line if it were  given si fair chance. Adequate  means of transportation.is what  is wan led.  A largo number of prospectors  are 'looking for coal and iron,  largo.beds of the hitler have  beeu located during the past  three months.  Partial  MOYIE NEWS.  of   the  St.  MINING DEVELOPMENT.  In   South   East    Kootenay.--Transportation for Ore Wanted.  Since the. golden' days->of   1.S04  there   has   been   more,. or   less  attention   paid   to   South   Fast  Kootenay, during the early days  more to placer than   quartz.      It  i.s    only    a    short     time   comparatively,   since 'any attention  was   paid,to   quartz  mining but,  now the time lias  arrived,, when  to the quartz miner; must South  East    Kootenay     look    for   its  wealth.    The other resources of  the Kootenay valley are limited,  and'the&mines must be developed  to  a   point  of producing.  "And  wheirit is considered that' there  are mines on the east side of (he  Kootenay  river upon   which   a  vast amount of work  has boon  done,'and which can  be  said  to  be'in si position lo-ship  orotund  that is only a q'uestion of  trans-  portation, when those mines will  btb. placed-  upon    the   list   of  shipping inines. ; i        '<  It is apparent from tho work-  that has beeu done, aiid that a  number of, properties" aro in 'a  condition to ship ore, the question of railwsiy transportation is  almost as vital as the development of claims.'. Alining properties must be systematically developed in orefer to bring them  up to a point of being mined i'or  profit, after reaching such aeon-,  dition, the question of transportation is the sole factor in the  rapid development of the district.  .  Tracy Creek.  From Our Own Conesiioiident.  E. Lunden and 'Gus Kallmar  are doing the assessment work  on the Blue Eyed Esmcr claim.  C. H. Pollen 'visited Tracy  creek on Monday, he says that,  the Eslella is looking better  than over.  There .is  galena and  Iowa claim.  Close     Sown  Eugene.   .  Fioin Our Own Oonospontlciit.  Moyie, July 10.���Again the  expeotniions of a large increase  in the output of the Moyie mines  as ti result of. the great amount  of development in that, vicinity  will not be realized (his year.  ST.   El'ClEiNE.   .  As was anticipated tlie St.  Eugene 'h;is closed down to a  certain extern, ,The,mill is noi  running,, but the compressor i.s  still in operation, a few insichines  being at Avork. Although a  largo force has been laid off.  there are ^till *ome 75 or'80 men  !i.( worlc. The ore which wsis  stored, during tho ^Hrf^o down,  last Aviiiter is nowbeing shipped  in order to fill out the  contract.;  i     r 7  if this ore'is not sufficient, the  mill Avill be operated until sufli-  cient ore i.s obtained.  -Although ihe mine is thus,  partially closed'' down, it is  possible that it, will be for only  a short, time as repairs are being-  made in both mine and' mill  which 'av'iII bo  in "readiness , for  pushing   the work   Avhen    the  ini no again stalls up.   ,  A contract for mining timber  has also been let, and this fact  indicates that as soon as- the  needed repairs are completed  both mine and mill, will be-in  operation.  SOCIETY' OIRI..    ���' ' o  The big deal, which Avas 1o  h'siA'c been completed' last Aveek  lor the' pui-eha.se of; the Society  Girl and several adjoining claims  has Ttot materialized, and it is  more than likely that the present  OAvners will retain and work, the  property.  aukoka.    ���  O.   S.' 'Johnson   has   a' small  the  main   range  of the Rockies  known as "The Needles".  The .s]��eeiii]=l]iaiilr��=o��s=- the  Directors of the hospital are due  Henderson Bro's of Vancouver  foi- si donation of a valuable  assortment of dru��s.  WILD . HORSE  CREEK.  Disappearance of Mr. Charles Clark.  The toAvn has "this  week been  thrown ,into  a' fever of excitement by  the disappearance   of  Mi-.   Charles   Clark,   for   many  years Collector of Customs.   For  a month or two. past ,Mr.   Clark-  has  been  suffering   from  a con  dition of nervous prostration accompanied     by      neurasthorine  symptoms and  some   insomnia.'  On Wednesday forenoon  lasl   he  left,  the 'house   unnoticed,   and  since, then   his  movements can  "only  be  Avith  great uncertainty  traced.     The   fear.   howeA'er, is  that in   a lemporary aberration  of  mind   he   may   have   slipped  into,,the i'i ver and beeu drowned.  There Avas nothing  whatever  iu  Mr. Clark's domestic financial or  ofiieial   relations ** to give cause  lor him doing an injury  to  himself:   but  if this  has been the  case it could only haVe been in a  moment of temporary aberration  which  deprived   him  of  all   responsibility for his actions.   Mr.  Clark was a man universally respected  in  the district  and his  friends aud particularly his wife  have  the sincere" sympathy   of  eyei-ysssrone    in    their   present  affliction*  a  force  hammering away  on" the  Aurora. ' 'Work in the tunnel has  D  been suspended, and they are  now working on the big surface  showing .where thoy have four  feet of solid galena. It is the  intention ol the owners to push  development, and make,as big' a  showing as possible as" the mine  promises to equal, if not surpass  the big mine on'tho east side of  the lake."  Injunction  Dissolved.  SpeCiMl IO TUB I'KOM'KCTOK.  , Vancouver, . -July 17.���The  Canadian Pacific Railway ^application for injunction against the  Crow's Nest Southern today was  laid OArer until tomorrow. ."���No  details Arere presented-by' K. P.  Davis, K. , C.' for-the Canadian  Pacific. ' '  Vancouver,'July IH.��� The C.  P. Rr application for' injunction  against the Crow's Nest Southern was dissolved today.  The injunction Avas to prevent  the Crow's Nest line from crossing certain property o.ontrollo.d  by the Canadian Pacific on  Morrissey creek.  A Large Amount ol Development  Worlc in Placer and Quartz Mining- Now Going on.  On Tuesdiiy last a representative of THE PROSPECTOR  climbed the hurricane deck of a  cayuse, and hit the trail up Wild  Horse creek. -  In the placer areas of the  historic old creek a lsi'rge amount  of work is being done, and it is  expected that the gold output  will be at leasi 100% more, than  th.it of I'.100.  Operations in quartz mining  is progressing, a number of  claims are now in condition to  ship ore, and Avere the necessary  means, of transportation available there would be two if not  i  three mines added lo the producing mines of the district this  year, <  The companies are now working by hydraulics the gravel  banks of Wild Horse creek. The  Nip & Tuck property on the east  side of the creek is Avorking a  bank of some 40 feet in height, a  six inch giant i.s at work under a  pressure of not 'less ��� than 200  feet head, together with ihree  ground sluices.  A  Chinese .compan v- is  oper-  u " i,     '  ating a   portion  of  the   Tnvicta  ground ifftder lease, the ground  i.s worked by giants and ground  sluices.  The,- Chinese hydraulic company are working a lease on the  east side of Wild Horse near the  mouth of, Boulder creek, and are  reported to be doing good'work.  VICTORIA .r.vi.en.    ���-        .i ''  ^Wni: Voss is- working 'Oti  the  Kootenay. King mineral claim.  Wm. Meyers is "iioav engaged  in developing ihe Watson claim,  which is an extension of the  Kootenav Kin"-. �� ���  is a large amount of rich ore  on  the dump, and if possible, shipments, Avill be made this fall,  .mux uri.i. croup.  Is an extension of the Car-  bonate. aud is iioav'being deA-el-  oped by the OAvners. a considerable amount of ore' is on ihe '  dump, it is stated tha1v this property will become a producer, as  sooiv as the necessary means of  of transportation is afforded.  ;-TTTTTTTmTTYTYTTTTmTTTTTmTTTTHnYm?mT��*  | In Tunnel and St ope ^  ���rikuuuuiiUikiiuakitiuuuuuuuiimiu?  i  MOliNIXC   CROfl'.  <The property of ,the Bull  lliv'er Mining Company of Spokane is situated on a, tributary  of Quartz creek, whose waters,  empty into P.nil river sibout fourteen miles from Fort Steele and  is reached byca trail up Boulder  creek .over tlie' divide. The  Morning Star, group consists of  ten claims. Work, commenced  on theproperty last week, fire  vein i.s 27 i'eet wide,"the ore is  copper and the Avails black lime  and slate in contact.  couonado ni?orr*.  The Coronado group consists  of four claims, tAvo of which  are  c        (  crown ��� granted. George .1 udd  has completed the annual assessment work on the . other two  claims.  DAUDKNKM.KS.,  Situated on0 the  Wild Horse creek  the placer areas is  elles   group   OAvned  east   side of  overlooking  the   Darden-  bv    Bsinks  si  good   showing  copper  ore  on  of  ,ho  F-STKU.A.  This group consisls of the  Estella. Skylarlc. Koa'ci-, Cashier  Alice and Mountain Daisy. The  claims arc situated on iho mountain back of the town of Tracy,  three miles distant, at an elevation of (5000 foot. The country  rock is composed of shales and  schists.  Work has been confined lo the  Estella and Rover, The tunnel  on the Estella is in s0o fool, the  ore in this tunnel carries a considerable amounl, of gray copjier  together Avith copper carbonates,  a large number of tons of good  copper ore is now on the: dump.  . Some three hundred .feet above  the copper lead is the big gsil.ena  lead, ��� the tunnel' on the Rover,  some 800 feet in length has  demonstrated'that, this ledge hsis  a Avidth of twelve feet.   ���  If.  WTLL   CROWN   (WANT.  Application has been made for  a certificate of improvements for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown  grant on ihe Croat Dane, White,  Star and Eisher claims situated  on Morris creek a. tributary of  the Avesf fork of Ihe St.' Mary's  river.   Fort Steele Hospital.  A meeting of Ihe patrons of  the Eon Steele Diamond Jubilee  Hospital avsis held on Monday  last and the following gentlemen  wore elected as directors for the  ensuing year: ���  E. C. Miller,'chairman: A. F.  Smith, secretary and treasurer:  R. L. T. Calbrailh. K. A. Elton,  Robert Little, Joseph Walsh and  N. A. Wallinger. '  The prosperity of the hospital  is very satisfactory. Many improvements will be carried out,  iind the hit est and most approved  furniture Avill be provided.  .Every effort is being made to  bring the. institution up to the  highest degree of efficiency ;by  equipping according to the  most modern plans. ���':Th6seijAvh,o  may require the care and skill of  a, competent nurscand the comforts of a first class hospital Avill  ��     -Wi  474  (4.374  Silver-lead Quotations.  New York. July 19:'  Bar Silver   Mexican dollars   Lead '   .   4   Copper   London. .July 111.���Silver, 2'5 7-Sd: c(ip-  per. ��<>��     s   d: lead. ��12.1> fid.  Sullivan stock was in demand  during the past >veek and sold  as high as 8-J- cents. This is the  highest price reached during the  past month.  'Hydra'jliciriining in the Fort not be disappointed. Matron's  Steele district, are wholly unre-Aqusirters will be added to the  stricted. '.That these immense present buildings. The location  placer areas aro not being more is an ideal one, surrounded, on  extensiArely worked is due to the all sides by the healthful pines  absence of sufficient capital.  Samplings.  The complete statistics announced in the Minister of Mines  report afford much information  of interest.  No other district in the Province displays such, a variety of  mineral products sis the Fort  Steele Mining Division, and the  number will be largely increased  in the future its the development  of our economic minerals proceed.  The present condition of the  mining industry in the Port  Steele district, and the possibilities of its future are set forth  in an interesting way in the annual report of the Minister of  Mines for l.WOb '; :���   A   .'  Tftio Pkospkotou contains  more and a, better class of mining neAV.s than any other journal  published in East Kootenay.  In the,Fort Steele district the  prospector and mining itiA-estpr  can find a large aud promising  mining field and one that has attracted  renewed   attention   and  and  in Iview   of  that, portion of! gained new life.  Bros, of Fort SteeleT-^ Development work consists of several  hundred feet of" tunnels, drifts  and shafts, the ore is a free gold  quartz.  COUONADO   CKOi;iJ.  On the east Eork. near the  summit of the mountain, having  an elevationcof about 8.000 feet,  i.s situated the Coronado. Arena,  and Arena Fraction. Development work consists of JnO feet  of tunnel, 50 feet of shaft, the  ore is copper, carbonates and  sulphides.  DODO'cilOri'.  Ts an extension' of the  Coronado to the east, this group  of claims consisting of the. Dodo,  Keystone, Yukon, Klondyke and  Colossus. Considerable development Avork was done on the  claims in IH'.iil. but active Avork  will again commence before the  first of August.  BOfl.DKIi   CUKKK.  James Nelson is hammering  away on the Dupont group,  several hundred feet of tunnels  and drifts have been run on this  property,  mc   OHIKF  CUOl'lV  Consisls of the Big Chief.  Ames sind Golden Coin. An application has been made for a  crown grant., Development  work 'consist's of JJOO feet of  tunnels and shafts; The ore is a  gold quart/., the ledge is 2Si feet  in width.  CAKHON'ATK CKOt'I'. .    '.','"'.  Is situated on the divide between tlie north fork of. Wild'  Horse creelc and the head waters  of Sheep creek. Mr. John  Larson has li force eugaged in  developing  the property,  thers  DO IIO, ("WO UP.  t <  Work  will  commence  on'the".  Dodo group of claims next week.,  The Dodo is situated'on the'east  fork of Wild Horse creek. aiKL a  large   amount   of   development,  work Avasclone on   the  property  during   the   year,, 189^.    -It   is  stated that the property will  be ���  crown    granted.*   in    the ' near  future.  WILD   HOUSE   UKEEK.  The  development' of  the   immense ledges in 1 he copper  belt   ���  east  of, Fort   Steele   still   con-'  tinnes   lo give  encouraging   results, j and assessment  work   is  being    performed   on- a   large    .  number of properties  on  Wild  Horse creek and its tributaries. -  DIBBI.EjatOUP.  It is rumored that Avork will .  soon commence on the Dibble .  group.  WKAVKK   CliKBK.  Several mine owners are working, iu the vicinity of Weaver  creek. A large amount of Avork  has been done, and it is said that  many of the claims have a fine  showiug of gold quartz. ,...-.  MIDAS.  T. T. McVittie has completed  the survey of the Midas claim  situate ou Boulder creek.  PKIJRV   GREEK.  Another party of expert mining men are at Perry creek exporting the Badger, Red Mountain and Shakespeare claims.  Several Aveeks ago a party examined the claims, samples were  taken, which proved so satisfactory that a second and more  extensive examination is now in  progress. It is rumored that a  Erench syndicate are trying to  secure the property,  souu notrc.H.  The assessment Avork has been  completed on the Sour Dough  claim situate on Perry creek.  The lead on this claim is about  30 feel iu width, aiid the pay-  chute' is all of eight feet in '.width  averaging -Sin.70 iu gold to the  ton",    '"-.      : ���'.'��� ' ���'��� '  wurrE oworsE district. ,   ,    '  A   large   force  of men sire at  work,'developing    the,   various  copper claims in this vicinity.  The Golden, Five group has  about, 300 feet of tunnels and  shafts. TIIK  I'ROSPKCTOK,   I^ORT STKKfJO,   li.  C, JULY :.'(),   JJ��0J.  ESTABLISHED     1895  A. B. Grace,  PUBLISHER    AND    EDITOR.  THE PROSPECTOR, is published  ��� very Saturday, und lias a guaranteed  circulation lurgcr than uny other paper  .n liast Kootenay. It is all home Printed  and contains double the ileus of any  other paper in the district.  ' As an advertising medium it  is un  excelled.  Devoted to the upbuilding of Fort Steele, the  development of tbe vast mineral resources of  tbe Eabt Koolenay mining district.  Subscriptions J 2.00 per year  Advertising rates made known on application.  Contributions are solicited fi om all parts of the  dlatrlct, but all matter intended for publication  inuit have the writer's signature.  TUIC PAPPR Is kept on tiletat theudver-  InliJ r/trcn Using agency of Aluxander  JtCo., Suite-F.. First National Hank IJullUiiig,  Spokane, Wash., where contracts can be made  (or It.  Thic Pannr> fs kept ���� llle al J:- G-  ��� IMS ra\ICl dakK'S Advertising  Agency, 64 and 05 Merchants >. \ hange, San  rrnnciseo. California, where conn,.Lts for ad-  Tertlslng can be made for it.  Thic    Danan Is kept on file at the A. Melius    rdpeI   Kim i Co. Newspaper   Au-  "���Tetislng   Agency,  Montreal,  where conn.icts  (or advertising can be made for It.     >  A 111��   X ti   'CI    Graham ,v   Co's , boo!;  ���tore, Spokane, Wash.  ��he HfxoBpvcb&v.  SATURDAY, JULY L'Q,  1901.  "No Enemies  to Punish-  Special Friends to Serve.''  -No  (h) Lilies of steainiships between Ihe Province and 11113'  British or Foreign country:  (<-���) Such works sis, 'although  wholly .situate within tho Pro  vince, are before or after their  execution declared by the Parliament of Canada to be for the  general a'dvantage of Canada, or  for the advantage of two or inoro  of the-Provinces.  ���X- \        -X-  The above Act being in force,  it becomes, necessary before  attempting to cross the boundary  into Alaska, or into (lie United  States, for a railway company lo  secure the consent, oi l.ho Parliament of Canada.  1 X-       # '     -V  Some curiosity is expressed to  know if the legislators sit Victoria, rellecied tho popular sentiment of Soutli Ernst Koolenay in  the linal di'spiisjt.itui of tho railway hind grants.  -x- ���>���- -x- CZ^Hs ' *������ .����� -v. .v. ft~  I.     5-5  ft - ft  Headauarters   for   Mining   and   Commercial   Men  The  M-1  INES and- mining make  towns and without full  confidence in the advancement  of the mining industry, which  has become so well marked iu  the Fort Steele district, the  citizens of Steele would not'have  had such an abiding faith,in the j  '   '"future of the town of Fort Steele  ' ^. Jt M.      1  1}  The advantages of the Kootenay Central Railway ai'e mani1  0 fest, the building of the road  means more to .the Fort Steele  district;, in fact to the entire  Province'as a whole, ^than the  ��� . building of any other line in  British Columbia.  , r      * -X- X '  ' 'The'rapid development of' the  mines of this district, the  trans-  , portation of ore, and the erection  "of    reduction    works    in -  ,and  .aroundrFort Steele, all  depends  '   upon  the early construction of  < 'this road. ���   ' '  ,     -X-       *       * .  There is no section of British  Columbia so rich in mineral as  the Fort Steele mining division,  ���x    *    *  Now is the time to invite  capital to .exploit the hidden  wealth of South East Kootenay.  *       *       *  A perusal of the aiinual report  of the directors, aud manager df  the Nortli Star mine will convince the most skeptical that  there are within the borders of  the Fort Steele" district, mines  which are in a position ��� to declare dividends.  *    *    *  If the Port Steele district is  not the scene oi great mining  activity within the next two  years, we are sadly mistaken.  We have repeatedly stated that  no where in the Province is  there such a variety of minerals.  The report of the Minister of  Mines is a conservative statement, and demonstrates that the  mineral areas of the district are  just as good as any other section  of the Province.  ���*    *    *  Section $2 of the British North  American  Act,   defines  the  exclusive powers of the Provincial  Legislature in regard to railway  matters.   We publish the following extracts from section \)2  for  the  benefit of    those   who   are  .identified with the railway  situation in this district:  -.(-    <���  _���*���_  Section 92.    In each  Province  the Legislature may   exclusively  make laws in relation to matters  coming within the classesof subjects next hereafter enumerated..  (10)    Local works and   undertakings  other than, such of the  following character:;'' .  '.',('��) Lines of steam or other  ships;-'" railway's,- canals, telegraphs ���', and other works find  undertakings connecting the  Province with any other, or  others of the Provinces, or extending beyond the limits of the  Province; ''."/.���'��� 1  An editor "who never changes  ihe news or editorials in his  paper, would not expect lii'.s  pape>r to pay him, and an advertiser who never clni'ngos his advertisement, bill expects die  public: to read and bo' intore-ucd  in'the same old stureoiypeti card  week after \yvok, need no! expect"', great " rei urn-; from ihe  space he uses. ',  All    Modern     Conveniences  FOKT    STEELE,   B.   C.  Large    Sample   Rooms �� for   Commercial   Men.  STEVENS RIFLES AND PISTOLS  ARC GUARANTEED TO  OC  ,  SAFE, DURABLE AND ACCURATE. .  THE  FAVORITE RIFLE  **<  is an accurate rifle and puts every shot  where you hold It. Weight -lj pound-.  Made in three calibers���."22, .23 and .:12  Rim Fire. ,  y   '   price:  No. 17, Plain Sights,    '.   > .,   $6.00  No. 18, Target Sights;   .      .      8.50  Where these rifles are not carried in  stock by dealers we will send, express  prepaid on receipt of price.'l Send stamp  for catalog describing 'complete line  and containing valuable information to  shooters.    v ' N-  \ The J. Stevens Arms and Tool Go,  P. 0. Bo. 2Sfio CHIC0PEE FALLS, MASS.  CARLIN   &  MERCHANTS  Fori    /  ��-Steele,  DURICK  CI'NKRAI.  /// ��*���''%   -  m^y/A^^'^^'^'^^^  1 :  EeSt  '   Kootcnav  MeBride Bro's.  sneirt Heavy Hardware  N  MOORE'S  PERIQRline"  Sole Auents^ for iho  iisieei  c r>  OMPAN'Y  Tins Steel is guiiranjeed to''bo equal lo Jossop's 'or   l'virtiis in'all  Hard Uih:k Work.        " 'A'-. ,,������   ,,'  H  jr.  G  tt  ''   A  I  T  E  \V  ' A,  K  E  Sou: A(  0  , Fort  Steele  BAKE R Y,  H. A i. ie , Proprietor.  Kl V10KSTUK   A VICNU10  OppiKito. ' Pd-t   O/lico.  GEARY  & DOYLE.  Liveru. - Feed & Sale Stable.  3  Port Stoolc n.C '  Regular Daily  SL.'i��-e  inocis  all  trains at Fort, Steele .1 unction.  SADDLE & PACK HORSE?  lEA.MTN'G OI" ALL  KINDS A SPIiCTAI/n  Sor.io   Acio.nts  MuSl) GOa I 'company  Giant Powder Gompanu.  Mining  Supplies  a  Specialty.^  Agcnls Tor l,lio   MASSliY   HA KRIS "CO., Limited.  Farming   Implements.  S&R;  Powder,   Fuse   and   Caps  Cwmberland   Coal  NOTICE.  In the matter of Uio L>t;ite of Edmund  Cox Parkci lutu of  Fort S-ici-li;. itunclier.   dc-  TAKE NOT1CF. that .ill imrilos linvinc  claims against Um estate of the iljove named  ICdinunr! Cox Pailtcr ilivtMsi-d. .ire lcijuired  on or hcforii the ISth day of June HUM. to send  bv mail, prop .mi, tn U L. T. (I.illii.tiih. l-'url  Sioclc. H. C a staii.-iiicnt -.iiowinj,' the nature  of their claim the iiartii-nl.il s of their .lecounts  ancl the nature of the seeuiitv (if anv) held hv  them.  A.VD I-TKTHi:n TAKK XOTIOI3 that  alfr the said l.ith (lav of Jane the said  IX'eoiUoi will pinci'd to di-U Unite said estate  na\ iti^'repaid ntilj to the chili!).- of ulinli lie  thi'ii lias notice and (wll not lie uspensilile to  tl,.- bdldei s nl i l.iiins of h liu-li In- lia>. 1.0 hoik e  at the date ot disti ihntion  U.iliil ai Fort Me, Ie this -JCtli dac of   Apiil  I'���(il  K  L T. GAMIRAITII  ' In-  IIaiivi-.y .^ M( Caii-i-i.k. Ins Srilu itors  Port    Steele  Brewing    Co.  ���   fort Steele; b. c.  �� - ...  d  MANDFACTUIiRRS     and,    ITREWRHiS    OF    I5XTRA    I^INU  Fort Steele  Meat Market  CHAS.   P.   CAMPBELL,  Undertaker  and  I�� ml j;i liner  Graduate (|-T Cliairi|)ion  'Collet . of l.ho".' United  States. ���  "   .' ��� -  Upholstering  and   (ieneniA ,-  Purnitui'c Repairing-.  ���All Work Guaranteed.  Telegraph or  Mn.il   Orders  Promptly, Attended to.  P. O. Box li!7.  Cranbrook, - 13. C.  BEER  m  PORT!  ry  SOLD    BY   THK    BARREL,    KEG    OR     BOTTLED  Bottled beer I'or family use a specialty  OUTSTDE ORDERS G I VI3N STRICT & PROM PT ATTENTION  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ������  Mutz & Scott,  Prop's.  FRESTT   and   SALT   MEATS   ALWAYS  ON" HAND.  R. W., ROGERS,' Proprietor.  ��� , i  Fresh lliilibuii,   Salmon, Salmon Trout, Bologna  Sausage,  ( o  But.lor ii,nd Eggsi t   Pish and Gaino in Season.  Fort Steele  aiid  Kinibciiev.  JUST   RECEIVED  x��*u*^��*������%��*��**%*%'i����%��i��%4��i��u^u'u��������'��������*'a**������^**'��*��^**'a^**'**'��i  AGEN'I  tlie  sale  Stock.-.   Sma  'shrubs, etc  "to  WANTED!:  .for  Kort, Steele   and  vicinity   for  of  hardy  lines  of Standard Fruit,  fruits.     Ornamental    trees,  Terms liberal.       .Apply-now;-  PELHAM  NURSERY COMPANY,  Toronto, Ont.  I  i  \����������M����M����wnWM��Mt��������W��MWK'14����*^lf��W*M��llVV  \  * ��� \  Assorted Car of Rest P>rands of 1^1 our  and   Meals,  etc.  I^lour, Piitenl, Ifungai-ian and Strong Baker.  Rolled Oats, Cracked Wheat, Whoatletls,  ���  Coriiineal, Buckwheat Flour, Split Peas,  Navy Beans,   Lima Beans, Pot Barley, etc.  Bran     Chops     Shorts     Oafs     Hay,  Fleetwood Tea. a pure article imported direct from Ceylon  =.- try it once and you will use no other.  Fresh  Breakfast Bacon,  Hams  and   Dry Salt Side Bacon,  Butter and Eggs.  POTATOES AAUid   CARROTS  PtREWOOD all lengths to'suit all stoves.   ; '  a-  .  THE   FORT   STEELE  FLOUR and FEED STORE  E. G. MILLER, Prop. ieto. POST OFFICE BOX 836.  ii:W   All goods guaranteed and prices also as being correct;.  Send in orders. ... :   !.���:.���'���;.  ^1  Ai  I  4 Tii:E; PR(3^1?E0TQK,'FORT,STEELE, B. (J.,  1901  H;: EEINEI^  i,r-.i:-;  ,'^B.bG.:  ;Jpa^g0  W^  ���=��'  ;-p '���";::���  i^ifit^  ?H|M��ffi  :'"'V^'i:.:'J'  1  ' ���.���.<!?���  :-y-'h.  Ifeb'b  r.s--:_��s; -r-v---.  Iil^iiIilliit:^S  Ycs^ysi^y*;  a��AA*"  y^.. A^x,..:  '���ii.t'fy.y  yyysA.  m&m  p��  |gg^^^  t$i$?i$^^  bSiAbsbv  Y>-��-  /ybvA'NQ  yO ��'. t ltel .��� V ear.;b; ^ y. ;-a; .;-a >c V:;v'a ;y'^'��v> :v:.: ^^;::V.^;!:-;.v'^;,i^:'':lb^::.V^���:! '.^b'?;.'4;. a'a a:':^^- ���'' ^^;'bW.^.:::;bi'b-':. ^.A;AA;y.-;"b'r-''b-:bb^b;  y^';0^^  ysA^  1  Ayi ��*��^*;sh%�� i��**;g^��������*^Ss#^S*��^����*��^��v  '?: \ $ ''A:b.iLy.^'j,r i.i ifisii is lb k y f, ii y s^\tu itbAV.yA n ti ��� it as --a, .yy.M 'yAy0y.  ���:?.!:-bS'f;;i!^  ���flb-^H'/."'.'^^^  KinifeerlQy,  royal mm  KIMBERLRY, b. ci.  yAdvertise;  '". IN'  FHE PROSPECTOR.  ��� yTin'. Finest. bi(-|ii(ir.s' and  .Oijhirs ainl B.osl. Fiii-iiii-lii'il.  I iOdlns in Town'.,. ;  j.  r, (lA'i i-s, Pnip.  Trade Marks  ���',  . Designs  Copyrights &c  Anyone aerwitnn a sketch and demiriptUni may  quickly ascertain our opinion free wh.��tl,(*r an  Ui vent Ion is probably patentable. < *u minim tea-  tioiiM .strict ly confidential. Handbook <m I'.ttentH  sent free. Oldest atrenoy for aecnriujr patents.  lkateittd taken  tbmuifli Miimi  & 0>.' roeolvn '  si>eciat )t(ittce% without charce, in the  Annndsmuoly illustrated weekly. ],!irL*eyt cir*.  filiation of any {K'ieniitlc jotirn.'il. Tonus, fo a  veil*; tour months, $ 1.  .SoidbyaM riow^jlealera.  jyiUNN & Co.3G,Br'iartw^ New York  Branch Ofttca, 686 F at., AYtMbiUtftoii, l>. C.  mftmSE  WHO   USE ' y.A  CALGARY FLDUR  PREFER IT TO ANV 0"THE#  MONTROSE BICYCLEHEFREE  %*I2nll��i2X.!i'!2vcAsJ/X?JgOUTA'dentin advance.  SENO  US  YOUR  ORDER, sc-ito whether you wish ladv'sormniiV  -i\ lieel;.Kivc eoloi-. height.of fnime and irrar wanted mid WE-n'iM, ISHI1��  '���   i'Srr/t;,"AW1', c; ��- ���"��� ��" n|'l>r>ivnl, iLlliuviNj- you to iincrau. nnd ox-  aminWit luliy Ijoroie. you .wept it.   If It is not .-ill and more Minn ��-t  ��,3,.'."/��rit- a'"1'1 l,ut!;or W-I,0"J| Ul" J-"".'-'"1' K��t. f-"i' ���'"'>��� where near the  in ico irom iiny one else, refuse if. nnd wo will -imr all exnre.si elnmri-i  oiim-h-os. The.."MONTROSE" Bicycle *4 ��> en  sit our -Special Afrenl.'s sample price of ^ 1 QiHii  toi ImS'.J.V8' l,"',rKi\i" '���' n-lijeycle ovor offered. Wo i-iiiininie.Til, equal  i?v,,,?��� V   "'."-!'' !>?.tl,t' �������>����������<���."���><�� yu'iiUfd not a. ptit iioriuivn rent  iiVvi-''.'."i'..'i'.' itcHWdi-cmtwiiu . wvmv nxoi.rsivu iikivcm-:  oii- I. n��WAi1.!?.1'- tS,.,;l.'"'  lJ,k0 t,,ls�����'.<-''.l'"<l "I- ���lUliYl.ly   inl.|-....lu.:iu1,-  yu  l!l(l(�� .MOKKLs.   Tliis oiler of us- li; wheel ut this |..iv |���.|t.0 ft  ninilu to secure a RIDER A GENT in ea.-li to,v��� (��� iviii-cscnluH  ami take oniurs.   (luriiKents nial,i. innm.v last.    , ,       ���  SPECIFICATiniJ^    l'','"!*,'1-- "��� :-''/"-:-,ri I"'1''-, ladies. S-iin.-li.i:,.st  ii���r   �����    .    ���   ���   .' IUH���� Slialliysem ss tlll.liitr with f,���w,l ,.,.iiii,...,.  ���ions I 11sh-.1r.1nts, iniproved expand.-.- di'viec (.. faslan soaf post nnd  lailillalini-; KnynlAivlK-l-nivli; HieeelvlillltCil .Mu'viK'tnilisaiiilli.-iliKep-  l.liu easiest riinniiu- kimwu;. Itceord '"A" llres. I Iti- /..��( and oueofllio  '-'.!!iai  xl"'��^"V"lll-e.';on llleiiiai-kel. Tim (,-iMiiliiie * I .M<.��lntter I Ira <���  saililU'l pednli, tools anil mvessm-ii's Ihe l.esf ol.iain.-ihle. Knameli'd In  line.-, ninrooii o.-eoacll Kiven. highly li(ii.��liV.l and ornamented: spo.-lal  Hnishcil nlekelniK on all l.rinlil..parts. We llioroiik-lile lestevei-v piero  of inalei-lal tliat K,���.H liiii. this niaehii.e. (mi- l.i.,.linir je.ir-��V,..ir-  iiiitee ImhhI with eaeli hievi-le. ���   ,  FRFF t^niiyouesenilini-lhc ���jUCSO'cimli In full with order' we will  ��� ��������-��- send freo a genuine Biir.li.l. l(l,lKlil mile l.an-el patlern Vyelo-  nielei-; ora Itiu-li iir/ulo Horn- pump. Your iiionevnll L.-ielcif you are not  pei-lecllysatlslled.,  CHEAP' VVHIPPI C    Wn '1�� "'��� iiiamif.-ii-ltire (lie ehenp depiirt-  .-niieertiM ���..,.!   I.I- ���m..,,i!T. ���nCCILQi moil I. M.niv kind ol' wheels, slli.-h ns inany new  i.Z^v..." ;    ��-/��� .-" ."ily ""SM "itvei-tise nnd sell as liiirh irraile.   We .-an I'lli-nisl, (hem.  oeV,    <l,:.'     iJiM-JlilVr'.* U?1-*"'"'' ,n ��"2-"'"eou.ptele.   We do not t-uari.nt.-; nor lee..,,,.  i.t, ��� -        '' ,\,:r "'!'�����:" IMJ a ldeyele of any one else, no malli-r who .  "S" UNABLE SluV^^^  MVU JJ.MT��ltfi'l'|.?-' n^ ' : ��,f<",.",u>; '"I'woi-n samples and 'nil models verv eheap. Send for ll��n-��l.. I.M.  rii JL f eom.tni w.\jni"I ' l'-U���'"'A " V'uter to "f h"k ��'- ''"slness house iu CI Icuuo. or any express or  raihoad e.jnipnuy. \\c^l�� sgnil you letters of referonee direct from the largest banks In Chicane if you wish It  SEND YOUR ORDER w..'.'}-; ,rl,islowI"-'cenndtheso��i.eeiiiI terihx of shipment without deposit will  N      m        m ��J2lr��2 ��vitlldrn.w^vcryj.oonj   tSTClive nttino_oT thi��2��iJ|M!n'  ^A'rilV.llOMK,:!/.!;^  ���KAij&.iAAS  ..���;i.'i''fir'-:jkcib'i-K^  :;Yiy:;-i'byyy:/;'yft;':iYb��A^  SAAybyb^ybb;;^^^^^^^  ':-&:A:;yyA.'y-A- ly'AAAy,::A'y:S:A-yy "' '   " '  ""'   ' '  :.*'.,�����������':,-.;  A:-.y y... <....��� .--..-, ::������:-���,���[../.:-   yx. - -..-. y,-"-;,- -I-."--;<��i^  '���*.bTHi^iMiosivii:oroi^(,-:6vKus:''A'.i.iisrufc,iv '...?';.  :.*-.-.--:   ..:..-���������: ���  ���������,',-'  .- - x-yyx-x. .yr        :y���    Ifi  (ii    liA.KG.r-: It. Tl 1 AN ;SOM K  KM I.'IIIKS; .VN't) 11 AS a:? iff,.  yfc.'.'--riAHO'l1-; .I-'OIM'IION Ct|-!Oin,A'l,ION;:Yb;,,y'    ', A'^-jIj^  'ib::".-:-'-:A   '���-..-. Ab--; A-b   ���,--; '-y. ������-.'���A- Ay/.c Y.A'b-b|\'  A^sa3*��:*;93-*--S333:-3-a3:'SiSiSi93isa*aaa3*a^'':'  'A y H'  AW��  ytxy.A'A:"' '*  .������Amymi^m  '���SSA?!a\  '-Si'-bS  ry?x-*$$i\  bill!  Atdi-JS^iki.  UBiih'AA  W'lS;  a|||  ];.���?'-:'.':.-y'-'-.  ������WM  ;-;':Xv.v ;;':'������'  y^yyThet Pay streaks Of y Ad* sc;In;':T  ; And Never Pinches Out; Stake 0^  ������; .Your Interest. ..'.; A.. '.''b:.'y::b;y.-.y.y;;--;;y^-^y  y----     r'-'-'Ayy'y;".,."-:--:- 'A'y-A.'.  job Printing., op All kinds neatly: anp promptly  RXECUTED; ' '���        -    'a- ,y'\ "a^': '.. ���'*.''..:'-.'.-'.; '.������;"';- ''b."    ��"���-.' .A;'v ^'  'b^y:  y TO THE DEAF.;  A rich lady cured nf Iht  i,)(\nf-  iK'SS :uul,r\oiscs in 11'li.'/Ht'tnl yl'i.v  .Di-. ' Ni(.;fKil>(>ii'.c   Arliliciill    K:ri  iVfiiiiv','g'nvo slu.i.HHi jo. tiii.s  iti  stilnt.e,   so   i.lial: deal' lin.oiiii' tin  iilile 16 procure:  niiii.v have itioin  No; 1A:i] H:     Tin  the   E;ir   Diyiuii-  'free.      Ael.d'n's.''-  Nicll(,ilS()!l  sUinte,     7S0,     K.i^Vil.lv  New YoHc,yU.;S. A.:  n  A. vi>n tic  frlVlAMMUMMMMMMMM��MMM4  how  ills-  I.  ��#��.,!�� MEAB CYCLE GOMWHT, Ghioagaf ///.  CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS,  COPYRIGHTS AND DESIGNS.  $<;n<l your l>ii!iinesHdirect to AVasliinutoii, <  S    >avi;s (imc,co.sls h'ns, better serviee.     J  ? My office close to.IT. S. Patent Office. FREE i>reHmln- t  / a.ry examinations made. ALly's fee not due until patent *  f in necured PERSONAI, ATTENTION GIVEN���19 YEARS t  J ACTUAL EXPERIENCE. Book "How to obtain Patents," J  S etc.,' cent free. Patents procured thronph E. G. Sig'gers J  5 receive   special   notice,   without  charge,   In   the J  INVENTIVE   AGE:  J illtiatr&ted monthly���Elovcnth year���terms, $1. �� yc��r. <  , U. U. UIU.UILIlUjWASHINGTON,  D. C.J  <S  QONTRACTORS  =Hr\\ll   Kinds   of   IJrick   and   Stone   AVork  BRlOK-iind LIME' Por Sale; ���'. ... PLASTERIN(.;   Prompl.ly Doue,  MINING  THIRTY-NINTH YEAR.  -<r SCIENTIFIC  24 Pa j;es  :  Weekly   :  Illuslratcd.  INDISI ^NSABLE  TO MINING MEN.  $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.  SKXII I'OKS.IMI'I.K COI'l'.  MINING-Scientific PRESS  330 MARKET ST., SAN FRAHC1SCU, CAL.      !  READ.  THE  PROSPECTOR.  I^Si&T  mm m foi.  ii    'ii.is I-..IK .-..ii(.ii:;3 one lumdr^l and  ,C        V I 1 .".x.    .-...n       ..........4    uuu    ......urtfU    Bun  rfc.'.^: V.dWll '���-', ,jf   <''���'   X.'i=..t- lnu:n.r.��:s   rulitatluu*,'  '-.���.(I'.X1*"!* \>i '���".'"���'Ci'��: '���' " ������-������":   1U..I.IV. Iliili��ii4  -,(rt\\^N-'" ���'"   fl ""  �����'. "������'����� M.-ii.-i ii-Y.-aml verao,  ���'" ������������   -" ii'i' "���������II    i.." ).ii7.ii.i|iiii   .���i.t;i,-��.fili���ni  uf  ll ,'.,y. i!:.a -.-nl .y.-.i-...-    s-nt, i~n-  -;",J ib'y, "  yjWfi.  '<' Ci!;i!.>*:i:e of  ;* r vuiy Ten ctitt*.' TIIK PROSPECTOR. PORT STEELE, B. C, 1901.  ft^ftftftmftftftftftftftftftft  FORT  Lft  n  Mr  to  *1  ft  ' Al  /J  '    1*1  The Mining Center;.of tlie District of South East Kootenay  The Largest  Mineral Areas, '    ,  u  p o  and the Most  Extensive  Coal Fields on the  American Continent  are Situated in  South East Kootenay  NERAft., MAP ?  Agriculture  c   '  Grazing and the  i *  Lumber Industry  are Prominent  Features of the  * '  District.  1  The   Crawford   Bay   and   Fort   Steele   Railway   will   be   constructed   this   year.  r i  The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway, Recently Surveyed, will pass through  FORT  STEELE  /si  And    Tap    the   Greatest   Mineral   Belt   of   the   District  t%  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  Apply to  PL-  ���^ <r.  [l,    i Townsite Office,  .<!* THE PROSPECTOR, PORT STEELE,'li. ('.. JULY i'n,   MJfM.  ��lte i^rxr^vr^jctor.  SATL711UAY. .HUAliO, iilUl.  Some' Thoughts ot Worth.  Nothing   is   politically   right  that i.s morally -wrong.  Tho world has only begun lo  soo that no country is groat and  no cause just thai does not help  on tho world's happiness and tho  world's good.  Tho true tost of civilization is,  noi iho census, noi' tho size of  cities, nor the crops���no, hut the  kind ol" mail tlie country turns  out.  History tells us that Chiribaldi  relinquished the conif'orls'oj   his  home at Caprora for some years,  to light the battles of  his   king.  The   magic   of   his   name,  ,the  lire of "his patriotism, his genius  for command,   wrought   marvels  J'or  his   country.      lie refused a  reward,   but   tlie   grateful   king  prepared   ac surprise   for,   him.  AVhen he approached   his  home,  he, saw   ho 'object that he could  recognize.        T-lis  ' rough" and  .tangled farm'had been  changed  as if'by enchantment into elegant  grounds,    with    roads, '  paths,  lawn's,   gardens,   shrubbery and  avenues.    His cottage was gone,  and   in   its  place stood   a villa,  replete with   every  convenience  .within   and  .without.        As   he  walked   I'rom   room'   to    room,  wondering   what  magician 'had  worked this  transformation,   he  saw  a  full   length   portrait   of  King   Victor. Emmanuel,  which  ��� explained ���' the r   mystery.,     If  Christian   mon   were  'generally  agreed   upon   the sacrificing  of  a their    personal    comfort'    that  righteousness and  purity   might  prevail in the land^ would   thoy  not    Iind,   sooner    or   later,   a  similar  transformation   in   iheir  ��� own   surroundings,   and   better  than all else, would thoy not find  revealed   in1 the  lives   of   their  dear ones, the likeness' of  th'eir  Victor .King, Emmanuel?  > As silently as the cycles'of the  seasons move, and as resist lessly  tho laws of cause and effect worlc  out for every godless man' "and  every godless land the fearful  judgment of divine retribution.  NOTICE.  Sixty d.iy. iifii-i- (l.-ili- 1 nilrinl tn 'ipplytu  tlie Chief Ciiiiiiii^-.Iiiiii-i nl l.;ii.<K iiml W<irl.-  I<>j- pi'iimssloii to i-iil .mil ciuiy iiiviiv liniliir  fioin itir-inlloniiii; ilcu'i-ilii'il IwhIn riiiiniii'iii'-  irif in ii prist, iilmtit. Hurt clniins i':ist nf llir-  Gnlilcn rii.-iil. Iiftwwii Hi'! :U11i iinii :i"'tli mile  posts niniiliiH fiist III chains, tlicnvi- ���.(null Sn  cliiiiiis, Ihi-iii'.. tt est Hi) clniins, llieiii'e uoitli SU  clmins, ihencc ensl HI clmins to plncc. ol com-  iiiiiiirciui nl,      Conluliiliii,' tiVi ucies   more   or  ll'SS. , "  DilK-il'this Hill Uny of .lune, Hull,  ���il W. A.OJIlSIIOl.M.  IAiu.  MINK HA I.. ACT.  (kijiim r.)  I'llll'l M'll'A'l II HI*   IMI'llnl'I'MI.Ms,  NOTICE.  v��N*ff��MrjM^MMn  , NOTICE.  Sixty (l.ivs liner ilmc I intend io iipply In  tint Clilcl Coiiiiuissionci- of LiiinK .mil Woi Its  foi-pi-imission m cut iiml curry away timber  rrom Ihe following ilcsci-iheil liiiiii l�� Soulli-  Miist Kooliiiniy. f'oiiiiiicnclii!,' at u post nlioiil  I hive chiiins ensl of the Oolili-n loliii. .-mil he-  t��ecu lliu III'iiml :i.'i mile posl, llieiice eu-,1 In  cli.iins, thenee nni-lli WI clniins. theiice ttcsl HI)  clniins. llieiice south Sll clniins, tlienee ensl in  chains to plncc ol coii.iiieiiceiiienl ciiiiliiiiiinj.'  tt-tlliicics more.or less.  A.  II. C HACK.  Diiteil this Till iluy or.I line I.nil.  NOTICE.'        '     'c  Tulle notice M.\ty il.iys nflei (Intel liiU'inl  to iipply lo ilie Chlci Coiniiilssloiier of l.niids  siit<1 Works lor permission lo cut nnd cut ry  iiHiiv liniliei' from Uie follnttliiK described land  In Soiiih-Kiist IConieiiiiy. CoimiidicrliiK ut u  jiosl pliinled iiliout llnei; cliiiins eust (if the  (lolilen roiul heltt'een llie:l iind "I mile post,  Iheuce east IU chains, thivnee north Hllchnliis,  tlieni'c west w chiiins. thence south HI eliiilns,  llieiieeeust lil.clmiii.s lo place of coiiiiiieiiceiiK'H  eouliiliilui,' Hill iieres more.or less.  .1AMKS 01 IK Kit.  '' Diited  this ill ft day of .lune llnu.  NOTICE.  Sixty days'ill tor dine 1 Intend lo apply lo  the Chief f'oniinissioiier of Lands and n-orlts  for permission to cut' and curry a��a.y timber  from iho following iloscnboil l.inil In South-  I'Iiisi ICooteiiiiv. ('ommeiiL'ciin; ut a posl aboul  thiud elinins mist of the Gulden road Ijatwoen  Ihellllaiid HI milo jiost. Uic-iicu e.ist 10 chains,  Ilience soutli Kd eliains. tlienee Host SO chains.,  llicnee, north HO chains, thenco cast Klcliaiii.s to  jiliiee of coniineiieeiiieul coiilaliiuiK U10 acres  more or less.  .1.' A. IIAKVKY.  O.iled llns'th day of .linn;, IIIOI.  MASTODON,      WHALE      AND     GIANT  MINERAL   CLAIMS.  Siliiiiieln tho |.'ort Steele Mini ill'' Division  of Must ICootenay DUti ii-t.  Where located: On I'eiry Cieeli nlioiil  one mill a hall miles Iiom its inoiilh.  Tiiliu noilci; Unit J. Thos. T. MeVlltle. 1'iei-  .Miner's Ceilllicale Mo. nCKHS Aj.'1-ni Ini tin;  Musloiloii Cold iiml <lt)\t\icr Comp.'iiiy. l-'i'ee  .Miner's Oi lillcale No. iHlilH. Iiilend sK'v days  finiu the date liercol, to apply lo the .Miuinir  Kecordei' fora Cerlilli'iite ol Iiiiproveidenis, lor  Ihe purpose of ol it a initio a Clown G i-iinl nl the  iiliove clniins. ,  And further take noliee lli.it .letion undei  seel Ion 'li", must lie commenced helore t lie Issuance ol such Cei tilicate of Iinpiovciucuts.  Hilled this.loth day ol Mav. Will. A.D. ���  '���il- .      THOS. T.'.McVITTIK.  MIN'KUAI.   ACT  (rini.M i'.)  I'KIITII'M'ATi: III'  IMIMt'iVKMIIN'JS.  RAILWAY  Summer  vacation Trips  '  Pan-American  Exhibition  \iVFWAU) S7(i  JULY 2.  10.      AUG'11ST ('.,  2(1  ^,7Tum7f*7fv(ry.-r)f^f)-fv?fHvnr!rvHrH*T^'nr?vfr^T?mTfrfTrmTnnnTTTTTTnTrrTTTTTTTnT��TTTTa  Epworth   League Meeting  SAN   'FRANCISCO    ��.-(.).Ofi  JULY  i:j,   ll,  1 NOTICE.  O  il   A I ii  l-'iil'i  Hunks,  lay  ��� ilitrlc I 'rinec, .N'linc.v  !'iil l''i':i<:lion iunl l!h|e  Mineral ('lainis  Minim.'  Division  N'OTIGI  Tl  L'UK-I'IMI'TOUS  LANDS.    ,  CROWN  After Work or Exercise  {XTR4CT  Siioilir*  tired  muscles,    re-  mnvtjtj     Hore-  i:e>.biiiitl still-  ne��s mid jri\e-s the hody ft feeling of comfoit nnd  Etrengtli.    x  Don't take the weak, watery witch liaiel  preparations represented tu be "the sum--  as" Pond's Extract, which ea.slly Jour and  generally contain ''wood alcohol," a deadly  poison. o  UK iitteuiion ol I're-eniptors of Crown  1 limds is heieliy called lo un amendment  lo the ���'Uind'Act," passed al the last session  oitlie I.CKlslatuie, whiyli provides as lollmvs.  vi/.:-  ���'II. I're-enipioi's ol Crown lands, wliellioi- in  arrears iu p.i.unoiil ol instilments of pmcliiisu  money or not.,who at the lime ol comiin,'into  lorceof this Act havi! olitained C'oi'lilieaics ol  Impioveinent. or' who , shall li.ivu oljlaluccl  Cortillcales of linpi-oveinciit ttlthin twolvu  monihs, theieaiter. shall ou coiiforniiiiir with  the piovision.s of the -'Land Act," except lis  hcrehy altered, ho entitled to uhlaui- Crown  Si-antsol iheir pie-emplion claims ,upon eom-  pletiiiK payments ol pui-cliasu money at the  ratool seventy-livo cents per acic. and Crown  urilut fees whleh payments niiiv be made a.s,  follows:���i'  ������ I'ttenly-llve cents per aero on or helore the  :llstdayof December. l'JOl: ,  '���Twenty live cents per acre on or  licloic the  HOili day ol .lime. 15)02:'' . <  "iimf the rcmaiiiinf,'--  ������Tttenly-live cents peiiiere on or herore  tho  Illst day pi December. I'JOi. and without any  furtlicr piiynifint of  uileiest or arreui.s of  j intorcsi."        ' _��� ,  W. S. (JOKK.  Ijeimlj/ Coiinuis.sioncr of Lands if- Work*  Lauds and Works llrjmvtmriit,  Victoria. 11 0.. 1st June, 1901.-  SlLiiiilf In the l-"orl Steele  of Kast ICooteniiy Dislriel.  Where located: -Ahotit two miles noilh  west of Mull Kiver on liiirm Creek.  TAKK. NOTIOK thiitJ, ICenneth l>. Iluinel  (iiKcnl for the ''Caldwell Mines Unified" l.'iee  Miner's Ceitllleuti; No. li. Ill ITI). I-Yce. Winer's  Certlllciitu .Vo. II. Ill 110. intend, sixty ilnys from  the dine hereof, to apply 10 Ihe MiniiiK Kccord-  er lor a, Certillciile of'inijjriiveiiients. lor Hie  purpose'ol oliiainiui.' a Ciown Crane of the  a hove claims.  . And further lake notice ihnl0iictlnu. under  section 1)7. must bo commenced before the issuance of'such Certllieiile of Improvements.  Daled this second day or Way. A.'D.. 1(101.  IH- " , KKNNKTH   l���  IHJKNKT  li).  .Christian Endeavor Convention  Oil NO INN" AT I   "$(W.:i��i  JULY 2, A.  '  National Education Association  ���     '  l)KrrR,OIT���s7l.i")  JULY 2.  A. '  l'\)l- l.imi'-liilili-s, i';ile>nil(l I'llll illl'di'-  niiilion call on or iiil(lci>-< nuiircst Ificn"  ii��ciil  f-  CAPITAL WANTED.  To Develop  The Rich Mineral  Resources Oi  j?  South East Kootenay. I  Partial!y Developed,  Aiul Undeveloped Copper  And Siher-Lead  Properties -  Are Offered I'or Sale On  Liberal Working Uonds.  FOR    KEJ'ORTSt   AND    INFORMATION; WltJTE 'J'O  CHARLES   ESTMERE.  'Kimberlev,   li.C.  3  3  3  3  '3  3  3  3  3  3  3  3  , 3  3  3  ^iiauu]iii*iiiaiii��iijiWAjiuiuiiii��iiiiiii/iiuiiUJjiiiuuiiiiiiiiiiuuiiiiiiuuuuaiiuul  ��     _.        ��� jB  (',. tt  MANKKIKIJl.  J. S. CARTER,  Dis. Pass.Agt  Nelson.  Fori Steele'.  . J. COYLE,  A.fi. P. A.  Vancouver  l  The PROSPECTORS' EXCHANGE i.  NO.' 4  K.-W..-C.   BLOCK,   NELSON,   B.C.  f!iil(J.   Sih'ui'-Lciiil   and (.'upper .Mines wanted ul. i.liii   KXCIJANOI-T.  L'MiICK   MILIJ.XI!    (!OIjD    priipertit".   Wiindiil   :i? onco for K;ts1crti  nivi'Mor-  l*';u-lieh  liiivin^- ininhiji   propei-Ly  fur  -,;tle urc   refpioi  9)    sinnpli-n of t.tiuir ore lo tlie I0.V( MJAXOIO ioj- exliibition.  r;o lor i<.:tsU'i'ii    f)  jitt'd   lo  ijunc]    (g  m  iMinI':i:al act,  (ron.M K.)  oi-.wnriOA-n: o'r imi'iiiiviimiints.  NOTICE.  BEAR  SELKIRK,   GEM   AND     GREAT  MINERAL CLAIMS.  Sitiiiito in the Fort Steele Mining Division  of Soutli liiist ICooteniiy District.  Wliuie hiciitoJ- On llucltlolierry Mniim.-iin  soutli of tlio North St.-u ifiiiiip. ,  T.iltf notice tlinl. 1, C'liiirli's lOstnien;. Kri'i'  Miner's'Cci'L'.liL'iile No "11 KIOOS". Agent lor  Ai'llnir S. (iooilevo. h'rec Miner's Certillfiuo  NTo. "I\ fi'tfUii", iiituml si My days from tho iliiie  hereof, lo npply to tin; Mining Itceonler for n  C'ertilieiite of iniprovcinenls.'for tlic'imrposcor  obtiiining ii Ciown Cli-.uil ol tlie nbove eliiiiiis.  And lni'lliei-mice notice tluit action, nuclei-  section :IT. must lie eoninienced lielore the issii-  niice ol sueli Cerlineiili' n[ luipioveiiients.  OiiLeil ilii.s llltli'diiy ol .lune. A.D.. 11)01.  ���������il- " CUAKLKS'' KSTMKKK. ,  INSI'IOCTIDN'   , ()!���'     MK  ��" MINUS.  .'.ri''Kj{oirs  T  DIOI'AKTMKNT   OF    MINIMS.  NOTICE.  Agents---Wanted  Complete Life of Queen Victoria  ijkst r.ooic  BKST TKI5MS  Oul.lii  Mail Gil on Receipt, of 11> immiIh.  Address  S. C). SMiAuV.W &.  (JO.,  I'orlliuid. Oro.. U.S.A.  ������Canadian c:on"i'ini!i:.n-i' Kxiimimmos Au-rs."  AI.L ieliirned Soutli Afrienri Volunteers, who  have not alrc.Kly done so. are requested lo  communicate witli tlie uiidci.sifined withoutdo-  lny. as also the iicm of kin of those deceased or  of those who have not yet returned to Uritish  Columbia, or any oilier persons interested iu  mining pioperties lield by such Volunieeis.  The latest dale possible loiy receiving applications for exemption under ilie above Acts will  he the lirsi of .luly. proximo.  UlfllAHIJ MelllimK.  Mluistci of Mini's.'  Depai tinenl. 01 Mines.  Victoriii. II. (.*. :tril .lime. HHII.  NOTICE.  "INII'IICTKIS Ol-'  MH'I'Al.l.lb'KIKUis  Ml.NT.S  Al'T  AMIIXDMI.ST  ACT.   lillll.",  NOTICE i^ hereby given thiit eopies of the  Code of Miiiu Signals provided by the  above Act, which comes into force on the 1st  prox.. can be obtained from the King's Printer,  Victoria.  Copies on paper will be furnished free, but a  ohiirge of llftv cents will be made for those on  rubber cloth.  ItlCHAUU Muliltinu,  jl/i/i/.s/fr of Mines,  lleparlntent of jitine*.  j'7ih -hiae. idol.  Career   and   Character  of Alffaham  Lincoln.  An address by .losopli Cliottto, Ambassador .to Great'Britain, on the career  and character of Abraham'; Lincoln���  his early life���hit* early struggles' with  tlie world���;his character as developed  in the later years of his life and his administration, which placet! his name so  .high in the world's .roll of honor a,ud  fame, has been published by the Chicago, Milwaukee &. St. l-'aul Jtaihyay  antl lTiay be had by sending' six (fi) cents  in postage to F. A. Miller. General P.ts-  seoger Agent, Chicago. 111.  Guaranteed $900  Salary   v-">  Men and women of ��ood address represent us. Mime to travel appointing  agents, other* for local work looking  after our interehts. MOO salary guaranteed yearly: extra commissions and  expenses, rapid advancement, old established hou.se. Grand cliance for  earnest man or women lo secure pleasant, permanent piMtion, liberal income  and fill tire. ATew. brilliant lines Write  al once.  STAF-Q::"^   i-R   ������   .  ���2X\ Church St.. T\i w  ll.ncn. Conn  CLEA'N StliD OATS  Vick's Improved American Banner  Kxtra heavy yield ing  AT   $1,50   PER   100   POUNDS  I<\ O. T{. CARS COWl.F.Y, AI.BKUTA  C. ELTON, Livingstone, P.O.  iNsruoTons' Dis'J'iticrs.  Ill-', Inspector ol Metalliferous, Mines are  hereby assigned the following ns their  respective Inspection - Distiids with .licnd-  iliiiirteis iis noted Such assignment LO tultc  place from .lune ISth. 1901. until Cnrthor notice  AncniiiAi.ii JjifK. Inspector.   ,  Ifi'iidi/iKirter.-,.     (,'ranhrook.    olJice   of  I)Pl>ititjiMiiiiiuj heeorde.r.  Inspection ONn-icl shall compiise all of liasi  Ivooteiuty and also tio.it liit-oi Mining llivi.slon  of West Ivootenay. �� ^p  Jn iiddition  io the   duties   of  Inspector  ol  Metalliferous Mines. .Mr! Dick will also  act ns  Inspcctoi of Coal Mines  within  Uie same dis  .trlct.  Ja.mks McGuHKiOH. Inspector. >  llcadijuartrrs. Oj)'m- of Alinimj Itienrd-  er. A'elson.  Inspection   District   Mini I   comprise   all   of  West Kootenay   except   Coat   Kiver   Mining  Division, and also the Grand Forlis and Kettle  Kiver Mining Divisions of Yale District.  Thomas Moid.an. Inspector.  Hindquarters.  OoirmmeiU   Ihiildiuijs.  Xnuoinio.  Inspection   Uistrict   Vancouver  Island   and  Coast District  Mr. Moigan is also lnsp.;ctoi ot Coal Mines  for this district.  Xotice is hereby given ot such Inspection  Districts and that ill accoiil.ince with the  "Inspection ol Metalliferous Mines Act. ISO"."  and Amending Acts, noliee of accidents to employees happening within any ol such Districts  must, be. promptly reported both to the In-,  specloi oT such Disti ict and also to tlie JNIinis-  ler'nr Mines, Victoria.  In mines noliineliidcil in the above Districts  lnanageis will repori. in duplicator lo the Min-  IsU'i ol Mines direct who il lie considers il  nivess.irv. will assign an Inspector to specially  re pint.  Hhinl; lorms upon which io  make reports ol  such accidents may be  olitained   from   tlie  Inspector ol   the    DIM rid,    I rum    the    Mining  Kccordcr. nr upon application lo this oillce..  HICIIAUD McllKIDK.  Minister nl' Minn  I>i jinrlnieiil of .Mines,  Mil June. mill. ..'<:-  GflNN & GO.  General     Ai ere hunts  Port iS'pki':i.,n, 1?>. C.  si We desire to hear from   prospeeini's  who  have   promising   mineral    f)  &    claims in lii-il.jsli ('nlmnliia.  ($ Prospectors   and  mining  men   are  requested   to   make   the   I3X-  $1   CIIAXCJIO l.lieir liendrpiariei's when in Nelson.  ��) All siiniples should be soul by express. PltKHALD.  (JoiTc.-jpondoncu solicited.'   Addre��sall comiiiuiiicaiion's to  ') ANDREW R.  R0SENBERGER,  .   " xi:i.son, i'i.'c.  ,}      'IcieplioiicXo.   IOI.     I'.O.  l!o.\   700. ,    .>  ���>SS��Se��������2��3SS��3eseS��S����S^?SS��9����S����S������S6S��S��9����S97  Your attention is called lo the  "Pioneer Limited"1 trains of the ������Milwaukee & Si, I'iitil Itailway." "'Phe only  jiei'fect trains in the world.,"  You will Iind if dcMrable lo ride on  those train-, when going m any point in  the Eastern' States or'Canada. They  connect with all TranscoiUinenlal  Trains' and till Tickel Agent* sell  tickets.    ��� '  -  '"'or further information, pamphlets,  ask any Ticket Agent or  ,.  FOI ID.     "    C. '.I.  KDI")Y  etc.  'it'.s. Agenl,.  SPOICAjVK.  General Agent,  ���    POIiTr.AXO.  .1.  TAKNHAIJSEIJ  WaTciim.-\ki':i;  ���:   ���'."   a^d j -���  '.  '.Tewei-kk..  ,     ,.  I5ngr;tving.  Riverside A venue:  Fort. Steele,  J!. C.  FiiVYV  GONFICCTIONKUY  StA'J'IONERY  ClflAlt.S.  ' Post'-'Oi^ick' Stoke.  The Moil. Coinplete  Ileallh  llesor'l. on  .the Continent'ol Nortli America.  .Sii ualed midst Si enei y un rival led lur Grandeur  r.'  HaleAon    Hot-  Springs  Homing lisliiugQanitoriiiiiii  Hesulenl J'liy-  & !':xcui-,ioiis Odlllldl IUIII sici.in.v Nuise  I lalcvon'Springs. Arrow Lake. U.'C.  In lelegiiiplnc communication  with all parts of the world  Two minis arrive and depait every day.  Terin's, .���> 1 5   to  $18   per week, according  to icsitleiiec in Motel or Viil:i<s,  Us llath.s Cure all Nervous nnd Muscular  Diseases. Its Waters Ileal all Ivulney. Liver  and Sunn.icli Ailments.  Kast Kootenay  Bottling Co.,  Aerated waters  ���OC all kinds.  Syrups, Champagnes, Ciders,  Ginger Ales, Etc.  Soda   witter  in   sipiions.     The   most  'cO'inmieal way to handle it.  ^TON   &   PITTS  WIN \Hl R M EK Ii 38' DONALD  eiieral iVl0rcliai-its  supplies a Specialtu  MiiiGi-b going novLhwai-'cl tvia Canoe Jiivcr Route will find Ll it large  wiving and convtvnience lo procure their'supplies at Donald.    '  SOLE AGENTS for  Canton  Steel Company  "vVinclermoro, Golden and Donald  .Miniu": Divisions.  Agents  at  Windermere  for  the California Giant Powder Co.  . HANSON, |  General Merchaiit AND    ��� 3  L^Iqrwor" Dealer, 3  bWAN'rKn-Ti:uHrrwor:Ti'i v aikn  AN I) VVO.M fcNjo travel and. advertise,  for old established house of solid linan-  eial slandin<r. Salitry $7.S() ;t ye:tr aiid  expenses, all payable in cash. No ean-  vassinj;- re<|iiire.d. (live references iind  enclose ."self., .addressed stamped envelope. Address Manager, 355 Caxton  Bldy.. Chjeaji'o. "  ANDREW    Nljl DIG  GONTRftGTOR     and    BUILDER  HOIIKIO AND SIGN PAINTING  <;AI.CIMIN1NG ami I'Al'MU HANGING  PORT STEELE, Ti. 0.  J^'    All   work promptly done.  iMamifactuj-Gi' of all Kinds of Lumber,   "   A large assortment of seasoned Lumber and Shingles always  on hand.  DIMENSION     LUMBEIl  SPECIALTY. =S  B G.  %!Uiiuumuuiimiimttu!uusummmiiimuiuuiiiuiimuft  The  FERNIE, B. C.     OLD TOWN  SPLICNMD ACX:OAL\rODATiONS ,     -  .      Sample Rooms for Commercial Men  HfGHWARDEN & SON ���'��� No Traveller Should Pass the Door.  PIONEER ;:BARBER;:SHOP  Everything Strictly First. Class.'  Next door to the Prospector.        \IL,   A. ���   K.ANQUSE,      -   "-���;'-     Proprietor.  The !rail runs wit.liin ten feet- of the house: Good  ria.rn and.'plenty' ol' hay-aiid. grain. If you patronize the  Waldorf you will 'never reuret it.  G> THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B.  C, JULY 20,  1901.  North Star Lodge  NO. 30.  A. F. AND A. M.      G. R. B. C.  FORT STKKLE. 11. C.  KeKulur meetings���1st Tursday in eucn  month ��t eltflit o'clock. VisitltiK Hretliern ur*  cordially invited.  A. C. Nelson, Secretary.  ��Jj�� tyX08pZtt0X.  SATUJIUAY, JULY Hi, 1901.  Rocky Mountain Chapter  '   .        NO. 125. it. A. M.  FORT STEELK. n. t'.  Regular meetings���2nd Tuesday in  eack mouth at eight o'clock.  Visiting-    Brethern   are   cordially  invited.  K. L. T. Galijrajth Scribe li.  }  P*rof essiotia I.  Geo. S. McCurter. J. A. ilurvcv  HARVEY 4 McCARTER  c  Barristers,  Solicitor*;  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers etc.  FORT  STEELE, IJ. C. '    ,  KEVELSTOKE STATION and GOLDEN  COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY      MADE.  W. R. ROSS  Barrister      -      r       Solicitor  NOTARY   PUBLIC  ���     CONVEYANCER.' '.   .       '   ���  ���TTnnTTTTnnTTTTTTTTTTnnTTTTfTTTnTTnTTITTTv  I LOCAL NEWS. 1  Jack Thompson returned'i'rom  Perry creek on Monday.  A number of expert placer  miners visited Perry and Wild  Horse Creoles during' tho past  week.  .'J.   Hooker an  old  time prospector was in town on Monday.  J. A. Harvey was at Moyie on  legal business on Saturday last.  Tlie   Kootenay  river   is   now  falling rapidly; *  li. A. Bright, Black River,  Wis., A. S. Trow, Men,-illian,  Wis. and J. O. Trow, Porl Hope,  Idaho, wore ai the Imperial on  Monday.  Fort Steele Flour and Food  Store can supply bran, shorts;  oats,and all kinds of Hour ,iuul  meal, hay baled or loose.       *  A paper IS'vknowu by the  people who read itand tho men  who advertise in it. "  St. John's Church of England.  Services will be held in the  Church of'St: John the Divine  every Sunday evening at 7:30.  Strangers are welcome.  I'RESBYTKUIAN  OHUKCII.  Christian service will be conducted in the Presbyterian  Church by the Pastor Rev. D.  McK. Reid, B. A. every Sabbath  evening at 7:'A0. Sunday School  at 2 p.m.  All are welcome to our services  Fort Steele,   B.   C  T.    EDE  LANDS'and MINES  NOTARY  PUBLIC     '  p     .. * ' '  COLLECTIONS given PROMPT ATTENTION  Fort Steele,     - B. C.  ��� -       r  Fokt Steele Devklopiucmt Syndicate Ltd  i  138 Leadenhall Street, London, Rutland.  N. A. WALLINCER, .  ' FORT STEELE.  -i  POST OFFICK HOX 8. '     .  Dr. Higgins of  Moyie  visited  Fort Steele on, Monday.  R. Ju. T. Galbraith lias received asexecutor of the estate  of ,Seargent E. C. Parker of  Strathcona Horse, the metal for  service in South,,Africa, which  he , will forward 'to the hej,j-s in  England. ��� '      ,       '  .  R. E. Fishburn of Nelson  was  at the Imperial on,Monday.  Card of Thanks.  Mlt.  EnJTOU: ���  Will you kindly allow mo  space in your valuable paper to  thank tho maivy kind friends of  my mother, Mrs. S, Dimick, for  tho kind and courteous treatment  accorded lo her during ' her Into  fatal illness. Aud I wish, also  especially to sincerely thanlc  Miss Duriok and Miss Poison for  their loudness to mother when  lying sick, and alone. Also'to  the friends that assistod iu preparing her for, and who followed  her to tho grave.  / Louis J. Dimick.  notice.  Ticket holders ol the Diamond  Jubilee Hospital will please in future,  leave their subscription at the Post  Office with Mr. Cann who lias kindly  consented to net a�� Collector for the  iaid Hospital.  It. KOI,SOIs\ Matron.  MIKKItAL ACT, IBM.  (POImi r.)  OKIITlProATK Of IMPItOVKWKNTS  NOTICE.  E. Lynch and M. G. Stephens  of Winnipeg wore visiting Steele  ou Wednesday.  R. Little, Peri;y Creek, was in  town on Thursday. ''       c-  ��� R. L. T. Gallyaith rand Dr.  Watt returned from . Tobacco  Plains on Thursday. o  J. T. Laidlaw returned from a  visit to,Fernie on Thursday.  Silver   Queen   and Hereule.i   Mineral  (.'lainis.  Situate In ilio Fori Steele Milling Division  or F.iist ICootoimy District.  Wlicie located;���On the ��<>nI side of Lower  M<iyie Lulu>.  TAKK NOTICK that I, lOdiiiuml A. Klton,  Free Mlner'i. (Vi-tlllcutii No. "II. 100-y" uclliiK  (or nij'Ni.'lf nnd as ukciii fur 10, Frith Cummins  Free MIiihi-'n Cortltlumu No. "II. iOOii", iuic-iiil,  si.My days from the da to hcieof, lo apply to iho  MlnliiK Hccordcr Mru (.���crlllli'iiti' of luiprove-  uu'iils, for the imrposi- of obtaining a Crown  lira nt ut the nliovo olulius.  Ami rmthcr talio notice iliat action, under  scctliiiyjl*. must bo commenced before iho Nmi-  uiico of such CcrtllK'iito of liiipi-dvcmcnts.  Hated this lirteemli day Of July, A. U., 1WII.  ���19- . H. A. KLTON,  ���  'NIAGARA    -- 'I  Vapor   Baths  fire   now   selling freely and in ay lie     '2  had   from the agent II. Kershaw delivered   fit  your     i?  homes    at    Eastern    prices.       Call    for   a   printed  description and testimonial book.  TIIK,  COPYRIGHT    HOOKS  Now being offered by 1-1. Kershaw of Kort 'Steele/,  agent   for  the B. G. Publishing Co. are in groat call  to see samples and you will become a   subscriber  fit  once. ,      ' "~  Tanglefoot Fly Catchers.  Tlie season is now on I'or this useful article and they-  may  be had cheap  from   TJunry   Kershaw,   General  Merchant, Fort Steele, 13. C.  iij\jxiviiuuuisij\jruu\juuvifim  MINKIIAL ACT,  (I'MKM  F.)  I'Kiri'iriCATK or imimiovi.ukvi's.  NOTICE.  Douglas  Corsan  ��'  " (CM-Jwn.) ,,   y ���  A,'       OFFICE���Riverside Avenue.   ,,  Next Door ib'JileosddVs Drug Store.  THOMAS    McVITTIE  Fort Steele B.C.     a  George H. Williams, travelling  agent for''the Great Northern  Railway was in town on Monday.    " .'       _:__  _..-... ->-r~  .   A. C. ,Nelson  went, to , Fernie  Tuesday on official business.  '   Government Agent Armstrong  was1 at Fernie on Friday. '  Bob Dorc   came   down   from  Wild Horse on Friday.  (5rolli  thiiio,   White Slur and   t'lHhei*  Mineral  Chiluw.  Situate In the Fori Steele Mlnliiff Division of  Kast lCootenay Ui<<triui. '  WIicio located.������On'MorrK Creclc, a ii-llm-  lat-y of the Si. Mary's Kiver.  Take noliee that 1 John McLuiehle, of Nelson  nelinif as :if.:enl for Herbert L. Sawyer, K.M.C.  II. J0.S4I, .lames 1', Sawyer,, F.M.C. H. W.STO,  Charles A. Sawyer, F. M. O. 1I.50,:��W, Adolphe  Lapolntc, F, M. C U-CO.^O.*!, Georgian Lupointe  P. At. C. lJ.30.20o and Fred CobIc Free Miner's  Cerlitleiite No. U.!iQ,l.">9, Intend sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply io Die Mining Heeoril-  er for Certilleatos of lmpi-ovenu'iits. for the  purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the  above.claluis.  And further lake notice that'action, under  section HT.'must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Impiovements.  Dated this ISth day of .rune, A.'l)., 1901 r  29- JOHN MeLATCIIIK, 1\ L. S.  *  The  Canadian Bank of commerce  HEAD OFFICE--TORONTO.  Paid up C.'iipllal SSiTxi^OOO: Kenc'i'vo Fund $2,(100,000;  Agifi'coa'tw Resnuives Over *(!.">,(100.00'I.  r tl <  ' ��� ...  London Office; IIO l.ombiml 5trect, II. <'. >'���  New York Offico; If) ICvcluni^c l>l:icc.  <��� <  Anil fiS brandies in Canada, tbf IJnilrd .Slatos and Urilish (.'ulimiliia.  Notice to Delinquent Co-owners.  The'publislier of aFnewspaper  has one thing'to sell, and one  thiug to reut.o He has the news-'  papei-, to sell and the space in his  columns'1 to' rent. Can any one  inform us why he should be expected to" give away one or the  other"? '  R. L.' T. -Galbraith' left on  Tuesday for Tobacco Rlains on  otticial business.    '  6RASSICK   ft   OEMPSEY.  CONTRACTORS  AND  13UIL1DERS.  Fort   Steele   B.C  Skaving W Hair Dressing Parloi  Next to Oriental Hotel  FORT   STEELE, B. C.  All kinds of hair work  a specialty.  A.J  GREZ,  Proprietor  Henry Fitzsimmons and Frank.  Rickard propose opening a hotel  on their ranch near Elk River.  Dad Sprague brought in some  beautiful' specimens - of galena  ore from the Towa claim on  Tracy creek. The samples will  make a handsome addition to  Tnio Prospector cabinet.  Felix Londre met with a slight  accident, during a runaway, on  Monday.  K. J. Higbye of Sheep  Crcjek  was in town on Friday*-        ,\  Dave Griffith has been visiting  , t Steele during the past three  aays.     .       <   > '    ������  ��� W. VanArsdalen returned from  the Bull River Jron mines on  Wednesday.        �� ���  C. M. Edwards -returned lo  Elko on Saturday.  Up to the time of going'to  press the mystery in regard to  the disappearance of ,Mr. Clark  has not been solved.' *  'Vo Henry Rose and Walter Sully.'or to any  person or persons to whom lie or they muy  have transferred his or their Interests in.ihe  Ashland mineral claim, situate on the well  fork or the St. Mary's rivei, in the Fort Steele  mining division of Kast ICooionay und recorded  in the Recorder's oftlce at Fort Steele.  You and each of you arc hereby uotiUed  that I have expended since 'November, 1894,'  and to date (six hundred and seventeen dollars)  in labor and improvements upon the above  mentioned mineral claim in order to hold said  mineral claim under the provisions of the  Mineral Act. And if within ninety days from  the date of this notice you fail, or refuse to  eoiitribute'ijyour portion of, such expenditures  together with all costs of advertising, your interests in said claim will become the, properly  of the subscriber under section 4 of an Act en-  tilled "An Act to Amend the Mineral Act,  I900."       , '  ''    " .1. H. WItIOHT.;  Dated at Fort Steele ihis 18th day of July.  1901. ��� 29-48  *  %   Cranbrook Branch.  HUBERT HAINES, Manager.  *  St  '*  &  ���:��  ��� Hi  St  ��  LIMITED.  W. H. McFarlane of Tracy  was a visitor at Steele on Tuesday. >���'  Peter Larsen returned from  Windermere on Thursday.  J. R. Mcintosh and Chas New-  burn of Trail were at the Windsor on Monday.  lw. COHN  TAILOR  AND IMPORTER OF  TINE WOOLLENS  Rocky Mountain Avenue  Fort Steele, B. G.  T. 6. flrrastrono  Fort Steel k, B. C.  MANUFACTURER   OF  Tinware, Galvanized Iron. Sheet  Iron,   Stove  Pipes and  Copperware  BUILDINGS HEATED and VENTILATED  Plumbing,  Pipe  fitting  and   all  kinds of sanitary work  ftlr Tiflht���Hot Blast Stoves f  Hydraulic   and   Air   Pipes   for  ,    Mines  SPECIAL. ATTENTION PAID   TO  JOB WORK.  A sprained ankle is not an uncommon  accident. Pain-Killer relieves and  cure.-" almost as if by-magic. The  greatest household remedy. Avoid  substitutes, there*? but one Pain-Killer  Perrv Davis'.    2oc. and ">0c.  A. C. Macdonal of Winnipeg  representing the Winnipeg Commercial, was in town on Wednesday.  J. Cook of Golden came in on  Thursdays stage from Windermere.  News Notes.  London, July 17.���The finance  bill passed its third reading by a  vote of 291 to 121.  Pekin, July 17.���Disorder and  lawlessness have increased in  Pekiri since the policing of the  city was restored to the authorities.  Rossland, July 18.���Fire did  S1500 damage in the Bailey block  on Columbia Avenue'tonight.  Detroit, July 17.���Coney, the  favorite in the free for all pace  this afternoon at Grosse Point  went the fastest mile ever  travelled in a contest upon the  track, going the distance in 2:02.  You May Need  Ttahnittittar  For  Cuts,  Burns  Bruises  Cramps  Diarrhoea.  All Bowel  Complaints  It U a Bare, aafe and quick remedy.  There', only one-PAIrVUKILLER.  Pkhky Davis'.~  Two sizes, !luc. und SOcr  Hrad Office  o  40 QlIKEN ViCTOKIA'ST.,'  London, England.  . British Columbia Office'  Fokt ,STrci-;r,i2,,.n.i,o.  C. M. Edwards,  GUN'L  iMANAOEIi!      ���  30,000 Acres Farm Lands  " ' ���' ' '   .    '    '  In tlie far famed Kootenay Vai.i.ev I'or Sale on'1 easy  lorms  ofypayme'nt.   Prices" $2,SO   Picr   ague' and  upwards.'   in close  proximity to the Crow's Nest Railway;.     ��� '.  .   ' ' ' ?       -    '��� , . ��� '' - 'l       oi ��..������        , . >  'Lots in   the town of Er.KO aro now on iho market, prices $fiO,  .     *   ' c      ''       '- n      - ^ , ' l  and upwards according to situation. ���, -  Elko ''boasts of the biggest water power'in Souih East  Kootenay. and will be the junction of tho Crow's AT'ost Sonth'orn  Railway. ' ,  Correspondence Solicited.  W. R. Ross, on Tuesday, wont  to Nelson on legal business.  A.  C.   Nelson   returned   from  Pernio on Wednesday.  Dr. Watt, quarantine oflicer,  visited Tobacco Plains on Tuesday.  Dr. James H. King and M. B.  King were at the Imperial on  Wednesday.  Notice:���The Fort Steele  Meat Market will be closed  every Wednesday until further  notice.     It. W. Rockkn, Prop.  *  The building of the new fence  ���surrounding the Diamond  Jubilee Hospital has made a decided improvement in the appearance of the premises.  . There is a growing demand  for good mining properties, in  the Port Steele district.  Tobacco Plains News.  Phillipps, July 18.���Grading  outfits are at worlc within five  miles of the boundary.  The steamers North Rfar-'-and  J. D. Parrell are now mailing  daily trips to the camps along  the Kootenay river.  Haying at the Plains has  commenced, and the hay crop  will be very large this year.  R. L. T. Galbraith and Dr.  Watt visited Phillipps on Tuesday.           Killing' Notes.  The prospects of the Knob  Hill group of mines on Horse  Shoe Canyon are said to be encouraging.  The Fort Steele district depends upon mining exclusively,  its area of 7000 square iniles,  lying in the heart of . the Rooky  and Selkirk mountain ranges, its  remarkably rugged surface display little agricultural land outside of the Kootenay valley.  AT THE WINDSOR  Table  Board ' at the, Windsor  has been reduced to $1 per day.'  Single Meals #"> cents  Chicken Pinner Every Sunday.  MRS. DILSE,  Windsor House Dining Rooms:  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  ASSAYING  0. F. Nicholson.  lJKTKltnOROUOII.'H. c.  (l.lccnsPd )>v I'loviiicla! Cinvonuiifiu.)  Colli and silver *2.00 c  Silver and lead  ��00  Cold, silver and Copper li.00  Cold, silver, loud and copper..' -1.00  Samples left with  Carlin & Duriclr  will receive prompt attention.  Fort Steele  Diamond Jubilee  MISS FOLSON. MOSpltal  MATRON.  C rail un K; of Si. I.ulio^ llOHpltiii  Vsinooiivoi', II. C.  This 'Jimlit.ut.ion has been recently  enlarged by a new wing- which is now  open for reception of patient*. For  terms apply .to '  Miss Folsom,    or   J. F. Smith, Sec.  Matron. Fort Steele, B.C.  gmmwwmmmmwwmmimmmmmmmmmmmmii  i Fort Steele Cigar Store    a  SE, Fort   Steele,' T3.  C.                               3  g WHOLESALE &  RETAIL DEALERS         ' ��2  SEE Tu Cigars,'Cigarettes. Pipes ancl Tobacco.          o      . r^  e?z' ���S ,  ���^ Finest Variety of Pipes and Smokers Outfit            ^  ST   . l'         In the District, Including Meerschauin,'D. R. ,13.    --3  S~ Alpha, and Other Brands.                     '22  ^ Imported and Domestic Cigars'al. Lowest Prices.           ^  C-;   ' Billiard and Pool Parlor and Reading                       ^  S^ Room in Connection.                                                      ;r2  �� Q.P. R. Ticket aiul Telegrajili Oflice, and Canada        3 "  g^ Western Telephone Ofnce in Rlorc.               "                   ^3  & _   ���                                                                               �� :=3  i Mansfield & Cotterell,      i  ^ ,                               Proprietors.                                        ^  ^uuiiuiuuuiuuiiuiuiuuatiiiiiiuifiuiiiiiuiiutuiitiimiii^  Monte Carlo Restaurant.  THE MOST  UP-TO-DATE  PLACE IN FORT STEELE.  Evciylliin*,' Cooked  ��� "AS   VOL!    1.IKK    IT."  WM. ROBINSON,   Proprietor  �����  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  The Steele House  Fort Steele^ B. C  Centrally Situated  on  Riverside Avenue.  Conducted on Up-To--Dale Methods.  The Best Bar In Town.  D. McNeish       ii  PROPRIETOR.   .  A'  .:������#  '���*.'  ; ���'jl  1  ti  4  l  \i'\  m^mni��.wm^miMm^.*^^  :M

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