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The Prospector Jul 8, 1899

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Array /  /*       .  I     t       J  tf ���  v.<  I "J  ������"' '  1 V   5J1 J'HE PKOi/^EO'i OK !: ' s ISl.l.lt -  ...  *W "  iVl  -X��     MM'OIXTI'.O -|HI-  Ol-'i'lCIM. '���'  I*    * ">  ���                  . -?-  COVERMMENT   GAZETTE f;  I'-'oi Soutii'l.asi Koou n.u-  *  a-  "HE PROSPECTOR CON- -^  # TAIMS ALL   PUBLIC MO-  * TICES AND CZVES THE  *?    LATEST TELEGRAPHIC  IA  vb AND LOCAL NEWS.  *  *  Vo7. o.  FORT  STEELE,   li.  C.  SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1899.  No 27.  New Advertisements To-aay.  In  'ijl  Vviusp- J. ]'. Aimsiiiiiiij .        ���  PJ-'  NVftlco-U W. U.iilie's. License liisnccioi ������  S^aii-e -Jiicol) l��. KiiiK. . .        '  ?Jjpli Grncte .Galena Ledg-OR on Luke  Ci-aek.  'i      Tlu* owners of  the Carbonate,  i   ilobin   claims  have been  fortu-  1 ��>.-U:o in demonstrating that   they  Vkh.v�� a large body of mineral   in  ir.?��iJr claim.-s on-Luke ^creclc       A  | rfhftjirl  about  -Ki ���fe'et   deep   was  i�� -I'wjk'ou  Carbonate  and  one  of  'jiihvovil   ^(��   feet   on   the ��� Robin.  ft'These shafts were'.sunk  in'the  w.H-v'body but on ��� the0 Carbonate  l$fh��<ore body dipped     The work  [��V>J'.striping the  vein ��\vas   then  ly'.mjainenced and the ore body un-  foovered between the<two shafts,  iia-filstan.ee ol" 400 feet.     This ore  Aofomte was ascertained to' be from  k'^wo to'twelve feet wide''for.-the  il����;ire',dista'nce.     '.    .' >  J,;  $ Jii the same section���theowners  |(7i"' the Don l_i. have three feet of  jlorm. from which assays -were recently made which gave a result  \'tif ���.").") per cent load, 100 ounces in  ^���silver nnd"$7 in gold."  ' The vein on the Carbonate and'  '{Jf-ybin,crops out, in the Clara and  |i"Lv��.tlie claims.    These properties  \-iu-ii   -owned .by   Messrs. ,11eed,  [flownrd and others. "' v  P They^are all within ar"'mile of  |J-h�� proposed road to '.the North  \kirth'.   ,     , -_   f-i     '.'To Work the Dibble Group.  Work has been resumed'onthe  vD'fbble group, seven meiPandsup-  fpl&js; were sent ont oii\Th\irsday.  fc'lA.Iier the mine  is, put  in  good  ['working, shape ii well 'known  braining expert' will make a ���,thor-  Bi>iTj*h examination of- the prop-  VSirty and arrange for its contin-  ���po<u.s'working     Tlie property is  .|i/vrued-'% Hon. George E. Foster  limW "asjfwJciates of Ottawa.'     -   '  in the city on Monday and will  leave tomorrow i'or the Windermere country. Mr. Shields is a  brother-in-law of Marcus Daly,  one of tlie Copper Kings.  Thomas McVittie has returned-  from Moyie where he  had   been  to survey some mining claims;.  The tunnel ou tlie Big Chief i.s  now in about ninety feet. Tiie  ore at that point i.s getting .softer. Tho owners will commence  cross-cutting ,next week. The  values so far as are known are  being maintained.  The tunnel on the Dupont is  now in 3."j feet.    '   , s  The latest from Windermere is  to 'tlie effect that the snow is Cast  disappearing from the mountains  and that extensive/mining* operations'will be'earried on during  the balance of the season.  Tlie' Society Girl mine near  Moyie City is now on the list of  shippers. Ore shipments will  'commence at; once. The property is situated fust over'the hill  east' of' tlie St. Eugene' mine.  Charles Farre 11 one of the former owners of the Lake Shore* is  sole owner of the Society. Girl.  ' The owners of the'N.ero claim  have just finished assessment,  work.^This;claim iiearly adjoins  the property of' the Sullivan  company..', ,',���' <"  '"���"Laiigley'Bro's owners" ol" tlie  X Ray claim on Sullivau Hill  have just completed assessment  worlc on the property. .  . Parties familiar with' tho upper St. iMary's country say ,that  nowhere, in the Province are  there such surface  showings, of  FORT STEELE CELEBRATES.  The > Town In Gala Dress, Fine  Sports, Good - Races. Everyone  Satisfied. A Most Enjoyable Cale-  o     biation.  The celebration at Fori Steele  on Tuesday last has only been  ecjnailed by the celebration twu  years ago. The attendance was  noi as large as on that occasion  but made up in enthusiasm what  thev lacked iu number. The  different events went oil"  with  a  rush  and  snap' which   was par-  io . i  ticularlv gratifying to the spec-  tutor.-, and to the committee hav-  ing affairs in' charge. It was  late before starting as the rains  of the proceeding night and the  threatening appearance of the  sky had detained members of the  football team from Cranbrook.-  At'.i.���:-!(! a.m. the hour set for  the bicycle parade the streets  were in an almost, impassable  condition and Ihe feature of the  day did not lake place.    'It   was;  and Aid. won by Broulette   tirst.  Eustace second.  Fat man's race. '���'> entries,  prize cigars. Barnes first, Beil-  enbur�� second.  , Bicycle race \ mile (open)  prize *ld and JjG. AI., Durick  first. D. McYeish second.  (Tug of war not called.  The celebration was a success  in every way and rellecis great  credit upon the management. ��<  ASKED   TO    RESIGN".  Incidents Of the Day.  The   Fort  Steele   Brass Band  furnished excellent music on Ihe  Fourth.    The boys should   keep  up'their organization.   ,  There0 was a well attended  ("lance a t? the Windsor. The Fort  Steele orchestra assisted by Miss  Soper and the-Mandoline player  oj the Liindley Company furnished the.music. Tt is said' that -it  was the-best ever furnished for a  ball in Fort Steele.  Kiding   a   bucking   horse' was  after 11 o'clock when, the  gamejone   the'"'leatiires   ol    tlie days  [p        '    McKinstry in- Toronto. >  l><  'fiie Toronto Globe  publishes  'an. interview with N. C.   McKin-'  iitry who was in Toronto on   the  ���I'.ftlL.    The Globe says:  i-   - "JN. C. Kinslry. a mining man  jot Fort Steele. .Ls in the city. 'He  fi-cays that a great deal  of^-atten-  P'uhi in  now  being  paid 'to  the  j Kast Kootenay country.    In  ad-  sMitKMi.to its great silver-lead de-  ||fK*��v.its, they ha,ve the placer gold  I'fteposits of Wild.Hor.secreek aiid  I'fts.  tributaries,   which, are  now  toeing worked with good results,  Jjb'ifides    many,  other*' gold   ore  |i''-Ksdics.    The railway is now into  I'lUe fOuiMry, aud it is aiding  the  ly jailing-up of the district. ��� The  |>NVirth    Star    which,   is    owned  largely by 0-   LJ.   U.   magnates,  j{'-,i.j.s shipped 20,1)00  tons  of  ore  (land lias blocked  out  twice  that  {.;��mount .ready for shipnienl.  The  [iorti runs $70  to   the   ton   and   is  -n-rv" ���extensive.  copjier, and they predictji great-  future lor that section.  - The force on the Big Chief  will be increased as rapidly as is  possible to place'the men.  George E. Sonnemann of S]��o-  kanc. a mining' expert well  known'in tho Northwest, arrived  in town ou Thursday and will  leave'for the St. Mary's in company with 'E. ��� H. Thruston and  P. W-. Yates on Monday to e.x-  amine and report on what is  known as the Betty properly,  comprising those' in Russell basin. Pyramid group, and the  Longley camps, on tlie North  Fork of St. Mary's.  Bob Dewar and ,Fred Hazen  have irone lo do assessment work  ou the Annexation group, four  miles above the ford, on the  South Fork of the St. Alary "a  k    flarrv    Bradford   and    Frank  Mining Notes.  Bradford   an  ���Tracy   have   uncovered   a   valu-  ���i?��Mo lead foil   their  property, at  siiv. JMcadows on  the St. Afarv"s.  ,rh��.* vein  is six  feel   wide   with  i'.wo feet.of solid pyrites of  cop-  &' ver  -'bihuiMcs of virgin gold" are  b*" Jatest discoA'eries on the Yu-  f'-stMi, Alaska, made by newspaper  2<vrffes}"��onden1.s and agenls of  (transportation companies. ,who  mm11 believers in such stories to  hardship and death in Arctic  ,v\-)5ds  On Skookum Chuck.  AD. Hunter came in town yesterday bringing with" him ' some  line ore from the Horse Shoe  group of mines on Skookum  Chuck, in which he is interested.  The ore shows pyrites of copper  carryiiiii' gold, silver and galena.  The values have noi been determined by assay but the indications are lhal il will give high  values.  Mr. Hunter says that the formation is granite and slate.  The Skookum Chuck is practically a hew district. The veins  of which there are many will run  from three to len feet in widlh  and from all appearances seem  to be permanent. The claims in  which Mr. Hunter   is   interested  lire    within   two   miles  Ihe  l  . >  r��jck">driHing   contest   open  th  in  world i.s announced  [���lake place,at the Spokane Indus-  f/j rial 'lixp^Mtion in October with  :fc.W0'to be given in prizes.  Kootenay river. On his return  to his cam]) Mr. Hunter will  thoroughly explore Ihe Morse  Shoo group by running a tunnel  on the vein.  Alex. Taylor.  Edmonton,   and  Felix   ArcHugh,    Calgary,   both  i \yell known railway contractors,  of.'football was called, this gami  attracted a good crowd. Neither team had any advantage, although the' game , was 'well  played.' the result was a'tie.',   ,- Is  i ' ?   - 114      J. t  ? The principal'interest centered o'n fhe horse races which took  place on Riverside Avenue "the  street was thronged with people  who seemed" to thoroughly enjoy  the sport.    _ ' '���'"   , '-��� d .  * The (500 yard race, best'two in  three "heats, prizes $<i0, .ijvJO 'and  $10 were won as follows:- .Home-!  ly Hank- 'first.- Reform ��� second  and Gray Eagle third.  The ;J0u yard race, host two in  three heats"-prizes AfiO,- 'S20-'and  $10. this i"ace resulted as follows:  Buckskiu " first.' Homely Hank  second.    _l" ' <  The saddle hor.se race you  yards, for prizes ��i'.", ^10 ancl *."),  won by. ' Pedro t first, While  Wings second, and Chestnut  third.  The cigar horse race Jor parse  of  ��1.*), .��10  and   .?.")   was   most  amusing.     There , were  six  entries, Messrs Edwards,   Rogers,  Andrews. Broulette  and   an  Indian.       The     riders ��� to     light  cigars,     saddle,     mount     their  horses     and    run     JJ00   . vards  making one  turn.     The  Indian  was ' the   first  oil  and had made  ihe   turn    when   Broulette   got  under way.    Rogers went, about  :20   feet  when   his horse bucked  rider and saddle both off, Rogers  landed in a soft muddy place and  sustained   no  permanent injury.  Rd wards and Hod ley finally  got  away.     Headley   however, ^vas  too     excited      to      keep      his  cigar   lighted   according   lo   the  conditions and lost anyway. Tiie  Indian   took  lirst  money, Broulette     second     and       Rdwards  third.  In the .slow race I'or a purse of  $10 and $."> there were but two  entries. Felix entered Roan and  Indian entered White. This race  was won by Felix tirst and Indian second.  Indian horse race for $10 and  $,"). :{00 yards. Two men on a  h    se back to   baok.     The   first  'sport-Mtot   on   the  programme  Henry Broulette gave the  exhibition which caused much merriment.   . ,' , ' s    ,.  ���; ��� Several'slicks ol giant powder  were exploded malting"noise  eh-"  ougli to waken the dead.  ,    The   Industrial  School   Brass  Band were in attendance.  CKLEBRATION AT  CRANBROOK.  Dominion Day Biingrs. People  From  All   Over-Tthe   District to Join.in  the Festivities. '   .  *   . ��� -       t       ?      - ''  Cranbrook1indulged in a ' good  old   fashioned    celebration     on  Dominion Day.    LVwas the  first  celebration ever held at tho town  and, was  a  complete'success in" played   lb .the  Premier Sdinlin Asks Joe Martin to  Step Down. Joe Replies I'll See  Tou Blowed ' First.���A Political  Crisis Imminent.  (Sp-cul tu'l'HF I'ltosi-wmio  Vancouver.   B.   C   July  7.���  There is nothing new iu connection  with  the  provincial crisis.  Although no surprise  has  been  caused in  British   Columbia  bv  the action of premier Semlin 'in  demanding Air. Joseph   Martin's  resignation,   it  is   idle   to  deny  that the crisis is of  fhe  gravest  character. Air. Martin has openly  defied the Premier and  declared  that, he will not resign, there the  matter   rests   until   Lieutenant-  Governor Alclnnes "returns  froin  Atlin.  ^The.crisis was bound- to  come,, the only wonder'was  that  it stayed off so long.      ft  i.s 'declared that the Premier, felt  inclined to  demand  Mr.   Martin's  resignation when he0publicly attacked the  finance  minister  before a, delegation  regarding a.Ihe  Dead-Alan's Tsland matter.' However,   this act,, was  overlooked,  but   when  Air.   Alartin  insulted  the principal  Rossh'uid   business  'men at the .Alack'mtosh  banquet  by calling them'"Hobos in dress  suits,'�� everybody  felt   that   the  time   for    action   had   arrived.  Hence Air. Semlin has requested  Air.   Martin  to  step  do^wn  and  Air. Alartin has replied in ,other  words     "I'll    see    you   ,blowcd  first. "       O-'t '     -  ' .       ' '  ' n r  Now will oomc,the tug of war.  Its is said .that Mr. Martin has  the labor vote, but those ('whose  fingers are on,the pulse >of-'the  laboring men, declare that this  is only, lancy.' Air. ,Alartin  Gods" at Ross  ty lives were lost and great dam-*  age done to crops and stock.       ^==L*  The Argonauts at Henley won  the first heat iu the eight's but  were defeated in the, fours by  Trinity college, Oxford.  Alany. members of the National  Educational  Association  of  the '  States, in session at Los Augele->  will return east through Canada.  The Manitoba Legislature lias-  resumed its sittings.  There are rumors of a serious  revolt iu Bulgaria. /  9  The Venezuelan arbitration  has resumed its sittings.  Chicago armed cadets have arrived at Toronto on a fraternal'  visit. '     f  'Queen Wiinelmina, of Holland  gave a banquet to the peace cou^     c  gress.   '  every way. There was"'a varied  programme of sports and other  events which were greatly enjoyed by the' crowd which was  there. For this day only Fort  Steele was nearly" deserted  every one who could gt^f, over  took the opportunity of taking  part in the festivities. Fernie  was largely' represented while  every'mining camp within forty  miles sent in a delegation. The  interest centered chielly in the  races, there was a big crowd at  the track the pool booth received  a large amount' of attention.  There was such an amount, ol  betting on the side by owners of  different steeds as ���lo cause  wonder where the money had  been dug up.  , , The committee having the  affair in charge' are to be congratulated upon fhe success of  the celebration. Every one was  satisfied and nothing but good  words were heard of the excellent treat ment accorded the  visiting strangers.        ,  land when he said '"The working  men are my friends," but the  Clods relused to applaud. He is  also in trouble-with' the Orange-  men., Sonic wanted him to deliver 'an oration on July 12th,  others opposc.d'and the leading  clergy declaied.that they would  never willingly appear on the  same platform with Air. Alartin.  TELEGRAPH BRIEFLETS.  To Build the North Star Branch.  The tenders lor the building  of the railroad to the North Star  mine will be opened in the office  of Superintendent ATcLeod al  Cranbrook ou Alonday at ll' o'clock. There are seven contractors now on the ground wail '  iig      ascertain   who   the   fortu-  money  was   won hy   Paul   and nale  bidders  are.   among  theni  Paul;   second   by   Ignatius   and.i Messrs.   Egan, Alcllughes, Reed  :\  were talcing in the sighls on>Forl  Steele vesterdav-  .J. H. Conkliu-says fhe proper-j  .\t:-*ol the  Tracy  creek  mining I  (''���rHujsauy .are   improving   every,  Any- j    R    L.   T.   Galbraith  went   to  S'> -James Shields of Butle arrived I Wardner yesterday.  Ignatius.  Three entries in the consolation race for prizes ol $!'() and  $10. Spanish took first money  and tlie I led ley horse second.  Sl'Oli'l'S.  Running long jump for prize  $10 and $.">. Liilonde first and  Broulette second.  Putting" Ilie shot,  four entries,  prize of $10 and $.">.      La  firpt and Cameron second.  Ronde,,.linlv  and AlcCarthy.  It is understood tluit the point  of divergence of the new road  from Ihe main line will be about  one-half mile (his side of where  (he Fort Steele and Cranbrook  wagon road crosses the track or  about three miles Irom Cranbrook. The work will be commenced by July IT) and pushed  to completion thi's fall. II is cer-  gralilying lo know that  ailroad construction will be un-  Boys race, I I entries, lor prize idor way   again   in   this  district,  of $-'.ri0and $1.    Tnman lirst and I u will make good   times   everv-  Afather second.  [where and a general   good   feel-  Pool, race 100 yards, purse fc'OJing will prevail.  (Spci-ial in Tun. Pho-spm. iiik.i  ' Winuipegr July 7.  Serious riots continue in Spain.  The Yale-Harvard athletes  have left for London. .  Sir Alex. -Armstrong, the  greal Arctic explorer, is dead.  Algr. Falcon ia hii's been appointed apostolio delegate lo  Canada.  An attempt was made fo assassinate the Ameer of Afghanis-  Ian.  Andrew Carneige was given  the freedom of the town of Caithness, Scotland  Bishop Newman, the celebrated U. S. divine, died at Saratoga.  Canadian and American college teams are playing cricket  iu Philadelphia.  Lasker is sure of first prize in  the chessinaster's tournament in  .London.  Report* were presented and  oIKcors elected at the Christian  Kndeavor Con von I ion. Detroit.  A party of Welsh merchants  have left for Canada to promote  trade in the principal cities.  There is. a rumor (hat .Premier  Hardy of Onlai io will retire to  be succeed by lion   II.   G.   h'oss.  Premier Seinlin has asked   Al  torney-(ieneral Alartin lo  resign b  bul Air. Alartin   has declared   he J  will not comph . i  The Marquis ol LnnsdoAMie.  secretary of war. is arranging to  send ."id,(Mid troops lo Africa in  event of war.  Terrible havoc lias been  wrought bv flood ���< in Texas.  Six-  Cecil Rhodes will not take an  active part in tlie Transvaal cou-  troversvb ,  �� c t  ' This,,Canadian    college   team  - ���     1  was badlv beaten by the United  States  players-  at   cricket    iu  Philadelphia.  The'grievances of  Atlin   miu  ers have been attonded to by.thV  British Columbia Government.  From i!">0 United Slate*  citie-/  the  Fourth ' of' July  casualties  were:    Dead -J.'j, injured I7:)0.  Ringling Bro's crowded circu-s '  tent ut   Crookstou   was   blown  down by high winds.  F. E. Brook of London. Out.,  has fallen heir to^.VXW.OOO. let'!,  to him ,in California. ,   -  The 'Argonauts of Toronto  eight ored crew was defeated ��� at  Hanley by tho London rowing  club.  ' The peace'congress discussed  the question of those who are  eligible to bo .permanent peace  arbilnitors.  .  ��� Trouble is expected in l-ienues <  France on the national fete   duv  by anti Dreyfusards amongst the  troops. ('  The British Commons has   refused to allow women the privilege of being elected to  the Lou  don Council.    ���  British and French admirals  in Newfoundland waters are conferring amicably on the treaty  coast trouble.  Sir Hibbert Tupper says he  will not resign from Domiuion  politics or take an active ]>art iu  the British Columbia campaign  as rumors say.  The Lllinois Can factory, of  Chicago, was destroyed by tire  and many employees had narrow  escapes.    Loss SlaO.OOO.  Grand Trunk Railway (iremen,  and engineers are' meeting in  Toronto with Grand Trunk Railway officials with a view to arranging- difficulties. -  Manager Whyte ot the Canadian Pacilic railwav says that- the  company's new hotel and station  al Winnipeg will be completed  in a your at a cosi of $.">0().000.  Assessment Work on Alki Creek.  Assessment worlc has just beeu  completed on the  Celtic.   Thistle  and Alice claims.     [n   doing   the  woi K" ou the Alice two I'i'el ol ore  was uncovered in   the   cross-cut.  I1'red   Ha/en   has   finished   his  ass"ssment  on  the I lardscrabblc  I with a good showing ol ore.  I     McM"achem has done   assessment work ou th" Magnet  C llungerlord Pollen has |ju-  ished Ins camp buildings  The estimated wheat crop lor  (Ins year of .Manitoba and the  Territories is for(v million bushels.  A. B. Grace wenl "up to Wild  Horse yesterday to visit some  mining claims in which lie is interested. ?  8  At  THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B  C. JULY K, ISOfi  d  IX    PAYS    TO    TRADE    AT  GILPIN'S  STORES  Ci J  Prices the Same at Either Place  ran brook  -%\  "* 'A  MOST COMPLETE-STOCK IN mi KOOTENAYEMBRACING FULL LINES; OF:  I i ' .. .   '"      o ��� '  Slielf and Heavy Hardware / Groceries,.' Clothing  Machinery, Mill Supplies a Dry Goods: Hats. "  .   * Paints, Wallpaper, .Glass Footwear, Ladies amt  and-Furniture * Gents Furnishings  1 ' ' , r ' ' - ' 0  Prices all right.      No  one  undersells  us  CI  Estimates'made on large Quantities or Minino Supplies  G.   Hv  Certificate oi* Improvements.  MIN'KKAL ACT. ll*��l  o (ron.M r )  ,, NOTICE.  SIHcrCliU'f. Sihci- l.'iit-f. Noin.-MiL-li. Sirdar  Mid G rim til 'sFmi'MoiiiMiiii'i ill Cliiiins mi \iate in  v Ilie l'"*of L Stt'Uii .Mininj.' 11[x i^ion  of Souili Lust'  Xootenti) Disirli't- '    r     <  Wlicic locnted:   Atiotu ono iiml ���* Imlf iiiilf-  vrchl'lrom piit'lc lM.iilce on Hull Kit it on  norih  nldc of rhLTiiuiir Ilium Kridcc Cn'Ol;.  ���    ' Tnl.-e noilfc Hint  I.  Diiviii Gnmili;,.  I'i up  ,   Miner's Cortlllciitc No "1M>3H A," inieiiil sixty  "���liiys from tin1 dine licn'of to apply to the.Min-  ijiii Ki'cordi'r foi ii C< itillcoicof Impiovenu'iits  lor I In- pm po>.e of olniiliilntr a Ciown  i.'riint  of  tht" iiliovc i'luiiiis  Ami IiiiIIiit tiiKi' notu'i' iliiil actiuii iimliT  ^uilon :I7. iinisi lie eoninifiU'L'd liefoie the issn-  "iht't" Ol siirli CVilitiL'.iti of Impim .;mein<-.  DAVID OIIIKI-VPH.  Wini'il tliisUMli il.ij of I'Vli . ISW. (1-17  OISSOLUTION    NOTICE.    "  I, , Take Notice, thin ihepiinnorshipliereio-  | fore existing bctvee'i the unilersipnetl as  IJie��er.s nt, the To��n of Port hteole under the  linn name of the "Fort Steele Brewing Co."  hiis thii day heen dissolvedc>by mutual consent. The business nil] lie continued ny the  said L. Sick, uuuer the *-.i me (Urn niimc, who  iissumesiill the luibilitles of thi said partnership and to whom nil debts due the said part-  ner.ship mn.st be paid. '  Witness | ,      FKJiD ICAISKR.  j. a. hakvki.   i i.. srcic.  IJiited at Fori Steele this sth dn.\  of Mincli.  A   U.. IN*.', s ' lO-J-l  m the m  EXCHANGE k SAFE DEPOSIT CO.  FOR SALE.  An Aii>aly:!iinsLt��)i' foi- working free  ���milling iiiiiirt/..' SuvL'.s over i>0 jut eonl  of gold. Weight with power 28.000 Ibis.  in Made .scctionis I'or Pitrkinjr to inomi-  tain clniins, (';m be .-fen nciir tbu Si  Eii<,r<-Mio Mission.  J'"or J'iiriii'iiliii'.s annly to  NOTICE.  1 lieicby cive noiite that, thirl\ tlujs after  date 1 inu'iiil to apply to the Chief Commissiou-  ��'i of I.iintls and Works. Victoria. H. C. for  perini.ssion to purchase the followinc piece of  unoccupied and unieserved Crown laiuls. miu-  aied between the old ,Iohn Lewis pre-emption  r.ot 39 anil Kokit Mooi u's pre-emption, bet'in-  niiii; hi the south west corner mid inn south to  llo^ei Moore's line, thenee east 40 chains,  thence north to Lewis south east posl. thenee  buck to place of commencement, ndacres more  oi less.  .IOHN" LEVJS'LT  Duted this Apul Mil. lbW. l.'i-lil .  Trammels a (rerioral collect im  change bitMiicbs.  it rid ex-  Kaulfman House  MOYIE CITY, EAST KOOTENAY. B.C.  GEORGE GEARY.  ���i i    ���  Liverui Feed & Salev Stable.'  DRAFTS, CHECKS, TIME CHECKS AND  ACCOUNTS CASHED.  Drafts issued piijable.in Canada and  the United States.  NOT1CJ3.   r  The ])nrtnei>lup between N.  A.  'Wiilllniier  !-,\ - a nil K. A. Elton is clissohed bv muiual consent  .1. A. rrAKVIiWKull Steele. 71.f. , (|.ulnirfioii. March :!I. IM*.   '. '���  | N. A. WALLINGEK.  K. A. KLTON. t  Toil Steele. II. (.'.   Apul II   IM*  NOTICE.  FOCTH I".   ���s'l' KOOTKN W UI��TK1CT.  I NOTICE.  I        Iheieb.\ mm nouee that ihiity days after  I date  1  intend  to apph  u> the,Cliief Commis-    I sioncr of Land's .md Woiks. Vicioria, for per-  AssKssjiKM- mt AXii.KKViM-i 'i ax' aci . j mission to puichase the followini; piece of nn-  r Notice is i.:rebv si\en in utcunlancu nilh j otcupied and unreserved Crown land: Het;iii-  tlic Statutes, that Revenue Tax and all uves ' nn.i.' at a post planted on the south west kink  'levied under tiie Assessment Act are now due j of Uouldei cieek about two miles rroin Wild  for tin- year 1M>> All of the above taxes eol-jHoi'-e cieek. thence Kast 40 chains, thence  lerilblc within ihe .iistnct of Kast ICoou nm |uoith id chains, thence west iO chiiins thenco  SouthcrnDivi>,ii,n itssi-sscd by m<-.are ]>ii\.il>li- I south H> chains to point of commencement  at my ofllct! Ton '-U'ele. Assrss...] i.ncs up. | C'ontiilniiii.' in all iibout lGOaeies more or less,  collectibli at the iniloivini: rail's, 117. j ANDKKW H. IIHACK.  Kour-tifths nf ..ni' pc nl on Hi" liss, ss.'d Duti-d at l-'uri Steele. May till. ISW.       111-^:1  Tilllll" Of lC.ll I sUtt - ;              -   Thn I'-louttns ot on>'  p��'i   cut,  on   tin' as- | NOTICE.  f.��Ksi.(n.ilm-or|ii ison-il jiroiii'iti j        'I'lintv daysafirrilatc I mt-in! ly apply to  On so much of tin income nt an\ person .is j'tj,u ( hici ('oinmissioner oi Liinils and Works  exceeds one thousand dollar- lln- following ; ;ll \-u-t,,, ���i, foi pel mission to puu-hase the foliates, n,un"b upon -ucli e.\c s- when the , lowint' desculied land- (Vimiiieneini.' at the  same is not more than ten thousand tlollars. | ,,orl|, we-l cmnui or Lot Id. CI roup 1. Uieiiee  one iiml one fourth ot one piTfi-in when sui li , slJuih ll) chains thi.nce nest. 11 chains, thence  excess is un l ten thousand dollars and not ' ,j0i th-ily aluii,.' the e.istei ly kink of the Co-  moi-L  than  tw"iil\   l'ioii��.iml  .loll^rs   om-.ind | ],imbui   ilwr  to  the   souili  west corner of Lot  PALMERS BAR HOTEL  r.VLM'ER'S IIAH. H. C.  ARCHIE McLEOD,'    ->-    PROPRIETOR  *~-^ * ���*���        . &  Travellers will Mud thi.-, hotel the  most, comfovlable on the route to Pei-ry  Creelv and (Jrou&p Moiinutin.  KVKUY'l'llING "FIRST  UL.ASS.  " The above Hotel has been recently erected,, aud neatly 'furnished throughout. ���  Cosy and Comfortable Rooms  The   Bar   ��u]iplied    with    the.   BKST  brands of Liquors and C"ioa,'<.  i  HEADQUARTERS   FOR   MINING   MEN.  Fort Steele B.C  SADDLE & PACK I-IORS1SS.  'U:a.MIXG OF ALL KINDS ASI'KKIAIITY.  GRASSICK   ft   OEMPSEY.  CONTRACTORS  ��� "        .\and' l u>"'0 .'  BUILDERS.   :  -'   Fort.   Steele   B.C -  D. L. BETTCHEN  4? The  Jeweller *jf  WATCIIKS KKl'AIKKD.ind SATISFACTION  ouakaxtj;i:d.  Port S'itelk.  13.   C.  U. COHN  TAILOR  AND IMPORTER' OF   .  FINE WOOLLENS  '  Roc ley Mountain AYenue-  Fort Steele; B. G.  one half of 'one t,'r ..ent u hen such excess i>,  ovir twenn thdiisiiiid ilnll.ns on-, nml three  foni ths of one per i -nr  Tlnee  per etnl.   <jii   ihf   ,iss....hI ihhhtiJ  uild land.  If paid on O'l)"fure 'Icl'lth  <i:i\   <ii  .lion  ]"9!'  'I'lllee-llfllls of niie pi I m nt  "Il llie.-ssessi ii  >illlll  of le.ll est.ll'  1     Oiic-hnlt   of one  per i mi.   on   th>   .issi ss. d  value of peisun.i! piopei ;v  L'pon such (.Vllss of III! imie ^ Iir n lie  siime Is not more than ten thniisai.ii doil ns  one pi r ( ent uhin such . xcess w .'..it��ri  thousand ilnlluis and not in >re 'h.m t'.^* nf,  thousiinil dollui s, one and ..ii. -Im.i tl, of on. p. i  cent when sui M i-M ess is nvi ti"'i'\ :li..ii^-  iinil df.liiirs om ind i.ne-li iif oi i.:i p'ruiit  i:c\enii. Tn , 11 Ii'i pi i i ipii.L  (~)lie pel   I r nt   en ill'   ass. sslli    laflie   . ,t   u|e  Or illllieiai iH'.mil/sul.. t vim ' s   pa,ah|.    i,l   i-t.  t'.riy on l.hc IiikI. dny of   '.he months  of   Minvlr. |  June, SiipLCiiihor innl' IJeeeinlier of euel. yi'iir:     J  A   A '"'(', ,M. KLiWA-K'HS.  .\ss*.^-slfr��� anil i 'oHec  'Kort Steele. II.'(',.,Inn  i>r.\' ''t ii.  I, theme e.'ist .10 chains to the  plate of com  iriencemeni    ''otitaiiiinj.' in all I a I acies moie  or less  ,      .s-AUAII   LII  IIIJIO IIALISKAITI1  Ma> mil, IHi'.i ^i.-.e,  IF YOU  WAST A coon MKAL  Go to the  MONTE   CARLO   RESTAURANT  On liiv<T.-sid(! AvL'iiui'  William KobinsoiiJ Proprietor  '  MK.VI.S    AT    ALL .IKII'K'S.  T. C. ARMSTRONG  Fokt Stkl-le, B  0.  Maniitactiirer ol  Tinware, Galvanized Tron, Slieel  Jron,   Stove Pipes  nnd  Copperwaru  BUILDINGS HEATED and VENTILATED  Plumbing,  Pipe  titling  and  all  kinds of sanitary -work  Air Tight���Hot Blast Stoves  Hydraulic  nnd   Air  Mines  1-Mpos   for  SI'KCIAI.   ATI'I'^NTION   1'AII)   'I'O  JOU   WOlili.        "���  A.  A.   L.\.mont  Contractor and Builder  :        Furl Sleek', It. <!. "yy.  BARR 6c COMBS  Fort Steolo.  B.C.  General Blacksmith.  HORSE SHOEING,  AND JOBBING.  Mining    Work    a    Specially.  J. GRICE, D. D. S.  ({railunto Philadelphia Denial CoHejre  DENTIST  ,   Riverside   Avenue,  FOIirr .STERLK  h.  (j.  "B. F��. COOK.  Livery,   Feed   and   Sale  Stable,  Fori Stoolo. 13. C.  TIJAMINC OI'' ALL KINDS SOLlf'ITED.  Shaving.??? Hair Dressing Parlw?  Nc\t loOnentiil Hotel .      '  PORT   STEELE) B. C.  All kinds ofhair work  a specialty,.  A. J..GREZ,   -   -   Proprietor .  G..'E. ADAMS  PIONEER'BARBER .SHOP/  Everything Strictly First Class-. '  ��� Xcxt ilSor 10 ilie Prospector.   ,  G. ARNOLD  Makes regular trips Troin Fori  Slcelo .Junction to Port Steele.  FREIGHT OR EXPRESS  Delivered   on  day  oC arrival.  Leave orders with '  M. A. 13 EALE.  Why Not' Invest In  KIMBERLEY  The Leadville ol East Kootenay  PASTURE  Horses will be received al my  ranch on Luke Creek for pasturing at, $2 per mouth.  " I have 200 acres under fence,  with plenty of water. Ranch is  situated on the North Star road.  JOHN F. ADAMS.  U miles from the- famonr;  Noimr Stak mine. V$- mile**  from tho Si;iyuvax mine  NOTICE.  Till'    llllllli islllp    In |i toliii,.    I'Mstlll".'    1)1'-  t\M'l II Wllll.llii ('ill I 111 ,lllll .1 Hill's. ('    Dm-ltlt l|,,s  ln'Cilili'.stilM ,1 us fiuiii Dim ,j.iV.   ,\|| il.iiiMlili s  Mill lie ii.url lis. Willi,iiiK'.iiIim     All p.iitn.s iii-  ik'lUlUl     l.)     ll,,;     Ini,,     ;U-,.     r|.f|t||l'|.{|-   t.||    |Uiy     |,j,(.  ���ii'iO'J'iLl-.l.o.AVIlliiiiii Ciii'llii u'lMiuiit. iluliiy.  '.'������'��� WILLIAM CAl\'.l,IN.  .1. .F.  AiiMsiiti.Ki;,  Ailiiiiiilslriitiii'   nf   tin;  ys-luli'if .IAMKS (.'.  i)Ulvl,CK.  ,   l-Yir. Sti.'i'li'. :.'"ii.h .tjiril,'|j!|)!i, '������I'!-iii  BOWLING ALLEY  Kivurniili' Avunno,   l''oi'i Sluuh;,  15. ('.  ALIILUT  LUK   I'lfill-HIKTOK.  Cigars and Tobacco   '  Bdisons' Phonograph  . '.l.<?or pi'iviiti.'. |)ii,i't,.v.s ;uni homo iinuisi.-  niciil, 1,1)0 Pli()ii()y;i'ii,|)li is jitsi, ilie Uiiiiy.  AVliy not. gWo. it :i. I.i'iiil-' Tijnns l'onsoii-  iilile. lwivu <)i'(](.'i'.s:ii.(, tjiu J.5()'iv.I.ii]n' Ali'.'.y  Nearly   20(1  minor.'i]   claims siii'nmml  rvl.MHKin.KV iinrl depend on   ir.  fin- sii])j)lics   ���  The terminus of the North Star  Railway Branch  KJAJ BISK LIS Y i-s not n boom .mm-,  for MiiToundod by the L.MlfJKST STIs-  VISR-LKAD .MINKS IN THISWOltt.!-'?  it. imiHt nooc'issiii'ily beromo iL L'ti-.^y  '���ity  For a safe and profitable investment buy lots in Kimberley  fSStHWe... CHAS. ESTMERE-  ly   Sole flnent..  PostOmce Address, Kjmhcrlei-  via.Cranbrook, i'i., C. "a  )]  /I THK PtfOPrw TO.R. FORT STEELE,  B, C, JULY 8,  1899.  %&h�� $fK0&p��Ct0Z  SATUi-IOAV, JULY tf. l^'i.  'Ottawa' Letter.  Vroin Our   Own f'orrcspoiidi-in.  >.. Ottawa, June '-'A���The debate  on the motion for - the socond  reading of*the_ Redistribution  Bill, which was commenced on  [ Priday last, gave the Post Mas-  I usr General, who has made the  j (Question of representation in tlie  y Efous'e of Commons a, .study, an  k opportunity of ' presenting for  i.h�� consideration of the House  :tnd the coiiutry some interesting (lata which he lias spent  much time and care in "fathering  iv-specting the various' constituencies ih Western Ontario which  t o  were atVected by the' redistribn-  tion bills of  1S8J  and   ISsri  and  .   ;��EDcndinents.      He   pointed  out  *f tlial the doininating and permeat-  1 5m��"  principle   of   the    measure  s"0"hi'ch the  Government  has'iii-  turoduced was  that there  should  Rh'Ax' no breaking of  county  lines  .<r,cutn<i no carving  of seats  out  of  M��i,       , a ' .   s  [."'/r/igmenls of different  counties.  W,This was in contrast to  the  bill  y  of 1882 which in order to provide  ���fur Ihe four new seats to which  was entitled as a result  [/'.Ontario  !?���� census, and to lill'ihe vacancy  i^eauscd 'bv  the merging' of  two  "'landings into" adjoining constitu-  Mtncies, changed the  boundaries  VbfT J3J"ty constituencies.  The only  IV-iiason or argument which could  [j,iis't,ily the general ^breaking  of  ?-.t>unly    boundaries . which  took  jpLixic-would be to''make ridings  R'jriLlti symetrical  boundaries  and  li!i��l��sflity   of    population.     fThe  ? ���jiiisus of hS8l  gave an   average  ]?x)jHilation for the 'Ontario  confer sLuencies of ���211,904. ���" The Post  fAJ&sl<ir General' showed that  of  IjVJbe 92 seats which there'were at  ���iial time in the Province of'On-  i:;trio only 28 werejby .the  provi-  '{;icins of that 'bill 'given  popula-  tlltm between Jl!),Q00 and   22,0U0,  f'\-7aile'no'les's'ithan thirty  had   a  w!>Wi'Hilation le&.s than 19,000,  and  JnKir.ty-.four had-a .population  of  Jf ^ i Ti ,  [ppwai'ds of 22,000, and the population   oi"   .these   constituencies  jj-asigcd from '12.000,   the lowest  v.T! Leeds and Greenville, ��� represented by tho Conservative whip.  |i>:J8.00b in West, Toronto. These  ^imres, effectually   disposed   of  ''he cry that the  Opposition n are  Urnv raising of ���-Kep by Pop  in  iio far as  it  was  illustrated  by  kjkwim in practice, when they had  JSheopporlunity of giving  force  ;(o die pri ncij)al. as they   profess  Pai desire to apply it  now.     But  fin Mr. Mulock pointed  out' this  'irJjicipal   had  never  beeu  con-  iended  for' oven  by   the   most  jyijerislied idols of the opposition  \n Ihe -ssense   that   Sir   Charles  JPupper.had demanded.  The only  |>Lnse in which it had over been  ;��A.ight to be applied was in  reference lo  the  comparative  rep-  BcswnlaUon of the^two provinces  j;i  Ahe  Old  Province of  Upper  fyiimidn.     However  the .records  indicated plainly  that   equaliza-  1 ion of po]��ulation in the respec-  ive  constituencies   was   not   a  factor  ,iri  the  determination  of  E"/ho boundaries when the Conser-  IraTjive par.ty had Uie opportunity  j.>f giving  to  that   principle  the  |r<��rcc of law.    Mr  Mulock  gave  [{'Ji^   House  an  entertaining  resume of .the results produced   in  ['.he'lour general elections which  ['lad been  held   since  the  redis-  rlbution act of IS82.    After analysing .the vote cast in ''the  4(*>  which was formerly given 1o tiie  constituency of liothwell. the integral parts of which now revert  to the counties to which they  properly belong, has been given  to the City of Toronto, and by  this course the main objection  raised by the leader of the Opposition to the bill namely, that  it gave undue representation to  Liberal counties while depriving  Toronto of that representation to  s  which in virtue of its large population and Conservative tendencies it was entitled, has been removed. ' In the bill as originally  drafted this member was given  to Kent county, which it was  proposed to divide into three  constituencies. By the amendment Kent will be,placed on the  list of counties sending two  members and suJTers no injustice  in this as it gains one member  and is in the same category with  Lambton which has a population  of 800 in excess of ii. Although  the Government lias by this  change met the demands of the  Opposition to a very large extent  it does not appear to  have  suc-  [lating p'i|iuir>- under which they  everv your, received or expected-  to receive a share of th<j  profits |  of the company, and who saw   ai  danger   that   if   Ihe   companies|  wore compelled ro put   a   larger!  proportion of the   premiums   to  rest account than  formerly they!  would not get as  large'a   divid-j  end annually as they have been |  getting in the past.    Mr.   Field-1  ing   pointed   out   however  lhal |  the whole  question   was   one  of  figures, lhat under the changing  circumstances the rat" of   interest'having decreased   very   ma- ]  lerially in recent years Ihe samei  amount    laid    a.-ide   each   year,  would not  produce  as  much  as|  was the case formerly and there- j  fore it was necessary in order to  beon   the   safe   side   thai   the  amount  should  be   increased  if  the widows and families of policyholders were  io  be  assured  of  gelling the full amount of  their  policies in thefuiure, he was emphatic that, as between the shar-  ' i  ing'of profits for thejiresent, and  the payment of, the   full   amount  of the policy  contracted'for  by  Sullivan; Diamond Drills  Most accurate -and  most  economical  prospecting  drills  made.,  Drills of all capacities, operated by hand or horse power, steam,  compressed air or electricity.  SULLIVAN MACHINERY COMPANY.  -.305 and 306 Rookery, Spokane, Wash.  '-  KNIGHT & STONE, Agents.  Chicago, III,'  CONTRACTORS FOR   PROSPECTING   MINERAL   LANDS.  A  ceerled in avoiding the  obstruc-' the  company,   the   Governineut  tion  tactics   which    have    been  threatened since the bill was fir.it  introduced.     On   Friday   nie'ht  Sir Charles positively refused to  give any assurance to the   Government that there will be noob-  structiou to the measure or oven  that the vote on the second reading would be reached this week.  The Government in  response  to the request of the millers and  dealers of Eastern Canada  have  withdrawn the bill dealing with  the inspection of wheat and substituted a modified measure.   Sir  Heinri Joly viewed the sentiments  of the community  when  ho  declared, that the  maintenance  of  the     reputation    of - Canadian  wheat' in  the   markets,of    the  world was of greater value to the  material interest"of Canada.than  all" the gold of. the, Yukou'ten  times' over.    In > t lib amended bill  the  high  standard   set 'in    the  measure  as  at   first   introduced  for export wheat,is  maintained.  Provision is  made  however  by  which the exigencies of the home  trade as presented by the millers  and.dealers of  Eastern' Canada  has  been  met   by   a    provision  which enables, them to.  if  desired, secure supplementary inspection in  the'East  of, wheat  for  ' { i  home consumption.  There i.s perhaps no economic  measure which the Government  this   Parlia-  impor-  tance than  the  Insurance   Bill,  and although there was some opposition to the measure  on   tho  part of the interested companies,  or some of them,   the  compromise which was arrived ,at  in   the  end was an eminently  fair  one.  Tlie Finance Minister  struck a  responsive cord when he asserted as the  cardinal   principal  of  the bill, which  the  Government  determined to preserve, that the  principle amount pi  Ihe   insurance, the amount which the companies had contracted to -pay   to  the    families   of   policy-holders  should be kept intact.     The opposition  came  from  those   who  had taken out, sharing or partici  has' introduced  at  ment that  is  of  greater  would  protect  the  interests   of  the widows  and  orphans.     His  declaration that the policy-holders had after all no, definite contract       'under       which   , they,  shared'   the  .profits    was      a I  first questioned, but a little discussion developed  the  fact that  the Finance Minister  was' absolutely correct and that   the  only  'definite   and ��� absolute   contract  contained in the policv is to pay  a"slated amount on the maturity  of the  policy.     The discussion  brought out the fact very  clearly that  none  of  the companies  can-rely upon being able to  roa-,  lize 4-A- per  cent  upon  their  investments, many' of  them  onlv  being ablc-to make 4-percenL-and  even less and'the fact was  generally admitted that the' contentions.- of the Finance that. insurance business must ,be done on  3i-per( cent'basis were  correct  aud  that  the  Government . had  acted wisely in the matter.     By  the eompr6mi.se all new business  will'be dono^aftcr the lst of January next upon the  basis  of 8.V  per cent aud the time of  applying the new rates to the business  now in force has been  extended  for three years beyond the  time  at first proposed.     The companies by accepting the compromise  confirms   the  soundness of  the  Government's policy in insisting  upon ' the    insurancer business  being .placed upon a sound basis  AGENT FOR  Canada Life  Imperial Fire  Sun Sayi'ngs and Loan Co.  Identification and Protective Co  Ontario Accident and  Parsons Produce Co.  Mining Broker, Insurance  i '    '  and Commission Agent  ie uo. ( * ��� _ ., o  , ' i o' l "  Books    Kept    and   Accounts    Promptly    Collected  Agent for Geo.   Geary's Royal Mail,   Passenger and Express Line  "    W.   D.   Kerfoot's Royal  Mail,   Passenger, and'Express  Line  RIVERSIDE    AVENUE  FOKT    STEELE.    B.  0.  MININGp||gc  THIRTT-HIHTH TEAR.  24 Pages  : .'Weekly  :  Illustrated.  INDISPENSABLE  TO MINING MEN.  $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.  '      SENIJ KOIl R\m'pi.JS COPY. "'  MINING ^sd^ntific PRESS  330 MARKET ST., SAH FRAHCISCO, CAL.  SUBSCRIBE.  POU  THE PROSPECTOR.  5^: Is a large and Attractive Hotel of quiet elegance in all ils ~Z2  S^:          appointments, .with a cusine of superior excellence ~2  rE    ' Strictly   First-Class   in   al'   its   Appointment's, 3  S�� iVlciVlaHon  Bro's, Proprietors. 25  NOTICE.  Tiilvo' notice tluit ;i mooting ol tho  HoiLril ol Liconst.' C.!iiiiiim*sionui's for  South K:iM Koolemiy will be held at  the Court IIoiimo in the town of Kort  StoeK: on the ."!0th (lily or .lune. I8i)!>.  ut. the hour of eleven o'clock in the  forenoon, to consider tin- followinu ;ip-  jilU'utiinn* for Liquor J_jiuoiiM.'>>:���  L. Viin Deciir. C'ranhrooU" Joseph  Corrinmr, (Jranhrook: 14. "\V. Drew.  Kiinherloy: .Iohn L. (!;ite-.. Kimberley:  .bus. Carroll. Kimherley: Al. Mntz  Tracy I'Creek   and   (.'eorne   Tfo<r<:urt,h  Klko".  II. W. li.MINKS.  Chief l.icen.ie In-.pecloi1  l!,on.s"tituencies   affected  bv that  b.fct lie showed that  by the  hiv-  lu;r<<Jf the'Grits in a few constituencies.and.the manipulation  of  ,Tonserva1.i.ve(majorities in town-  J.'h'p villages,   and  fractions   of  ^Municipalities    which   were  de-  Ji/uched  from   the  constituencies  *nt .which,they properly belonged,  \\:\e Liberal had been deprived ol  'en votes  oi> a  division   in   the  Jjonse  of  iConimons   after    tlie  iWictiion-of .1881'.   12  votes  after  R|J>t.k election  ol    IKS".    10   votes  ftifier the-election of 1891. and  14  I'-otiOSiin the present Parliament.  'jSihce tlie bill   was  introduced  ihe-   Government   has   made   a  ItlraMge in the proposed distribn-  iioXL   of    seats. '    The   member'  l'YiKT Stiiki.e i-i the lar^iM ami most, prosperom town in Kast Kootenay.  In lXhll rich placer ili<i<>iii<>b wai di-.cove red on Wild Horse Creek, about 4  miles from Steele, tlie uoverninent records show that over $21,000,000 infold  . Inii been t��iken out ��in< e Lh.it lime. There are five larjje companies aL pre^eni  workiiifj on the creek. Onrinu the h'ikoii of W'.ll, 1.10-t quurU mining locations was recorded .iL the Kocordiiii; Ollice at Steele, all of which kIiow the  most i)roinisinj> surface indications of minerals.  'Inhere ,ire over ."iOO quartz locationri situated within a radius of l2mi!esof  Fort Steele. K\tensi\e ledyes of ��old. silvpi' and coj)per are foundin tlie  mountains within two miles of Steele. , -  Through the Kootenay valley sire scatleiod lariu* and raneheH, on which  magnificent crops are yrown annually, besides cattle and horse raising.  Fruit* <irow abundantly and with very little attention.     Over :i.tl(K) 11m  of line strawberi-ies were obtained from an acre of ground.  Fort Steele has a population of about 1000. Purine the" suiniuer moot lis j  this ia increased by a floating po])ulation of several thousand prospectors and  miners. Fort Steele is the distributing center and the source ofwupplies; foi- ,  the entire dislriet. rioveruinrnt Hii'ild'ihjrs and l\ecordin;.' ofli<;es are all situated at I'Virt .Vtoelc Ki^hi lartre and comniodioini Hotels, six general merchandise stoics, wholesale liquor, house*:, and all branches' of business are  represented aL Fort Steele. Bank. , public school and three churches' are  loolod at Fort Steele. . fj ,  l'\>rt Steele will have railway connections early in the spring.  Sl-cainboat connections , between Fort Steel�� y'si'nd  .lcnnin<;.s. Monbina. have been established for the last'live years. Fort  Steele is a port of entry. The largest bodies of coal on the American Continent arc found in the Fort Steele district. Nature has surely endowed this  district, with a lavish hand.  ���  The people-'Of Fort Steele extends an invitation to.the travelling pttblic  to visit the town aiid district. As a -summer resort, the district is'without a  rival, and cannot be sur]>assed. Ttisasportsmansparadi.se. Giinie Iaryo  and small arc ubundant. and the inountaiii streams are. well'.stoeked with  trout. A    ���' A ,  rS PUIILISHMD EVERV SATUKOAY. AN,!"! HAS A  OUAKAXTKKU CIliCUI.ATlON-' L.AKUKH 'I'UAX  ANY OTIIKK PAI'BK IN 1CAST KOOTKNAY. IT I.S  AI.l. IIOMIM'lUXTlOn. AND CONTAINS DOUII1.I-;  T1U3 AMOUNT OF MOWS Ol'' ANY I'AIMIK IN TII i:  DISTK1CT.  ���J-ie-SX* *Sr ��**���>;:-�� SiStJRStS-'S ��*%**** *-"3-��- ��"B*5Jf: i S-S:*fc  .As   A12  Un excelled.  Advertising   Aledimn  & tii io I'liosi-KCTOK covnus a nisTuit'T I  tii   i.ai{<;i.;ii than sojik kmimiiks, an'h has \ <n  Jj    r.AIIOK  KOHHION CIlMIIjr.ATIOX. %  Tho Paystreak Of Ad's In This Paper Pays From The Grass Roots.  And Never Pinches Out, Stake One !     Tho Result Will Be To  Your Interest. '  JOB"'PRINTING- OF ALUlKfNDS, NEATLY AND PROMPTLY  EXECUTED. < Tin-:  pkospI'CTOn.  i  .-    1  i j i.IS J, til)    MlihhLY 'ID  ���IjL    P oi.'iphi 'lull   < < MJ'A.yy.  a   n.  aiiAci:. nun on a ad  rVULlSUKll.  THE PROSPECTOR, :��� j.uMisli.V  cvci> -���.itniJ.ij anJ l"'s .-. ^n.iiai-.ii-cJ  in dilation l.i.'got tiwin uny ..sl.cr rape.  ;u i:a>5 Kootcnaj. Ii >-> all home finite^  PnU contains double, tliu nc���� ot an>  ..llicr pupci in the JistiiL-t.  \.s  an   .ij\c. n-iiij:  e\tciliJ.  uit:iii''t.i   it   is sir  tv.oied to Un iijilulla:  ccteiriiumnlyi ihe v-sl mitiiral   imh.Iu;  il <- j.usi j\o<H(.ii..} imr.,1.}.* iIjiU'i-i  deadly parallel >m Tiva l'i?os-  rriTOK and uin-ripK to prove  ihi.i paper was in error instating  'lint the enforcement oJ tlie eight  hour law would '-���top work on the  big concentrator and tramway at  the St. Eugene mine The source  from which Thk Pkosi'ICctok  -.ecured this information '-annoi  he '-ailed in question, notwithstanding die fact thai iio- .\j<,;,'n i  Li ader uf the --ciinc date say*, j  that won; is si'ilJ ,"oing on. A j j>|  few week.-* ago the leader staTed  ihat the ]>rice-for which the Lak<-  Shore group oi inine>- .-old was.  sliV.UXi:    the   facts 'were   tluit  'THE PKOSI'ECTOh'    FdnTl   RTKKLE   P.. L    A\  JUST OPENED  10UK AND  ��� Od  ��  cy  il'LJ.'  j^E.C   MILLER,* i^'opcieUM-  il  ?'i\\]\W!\\]YJW)V>Vc^ M  C=HEADQUAKTGK.K for MJNfXC! ancl COMMERCIAL .MEN z  ITHe  i  tt  ST. MARY'S-INN BUILDING Ifj  'FLOUR   'Patent Hungarian.  Si roug linker*,  Graham.  i . ��  IFCOD CEREALS    Corn Meal.   I .'oiled Oi.N and'whefitleis.  s-^,1'00   was  the   price   as   was,   M '  . ,.   , ...   ,,.>,,.    .       ... ,.    ,, ,,    WraFEED    Hran.  Siorth.   ( iioMpci   On s.  Oasaud     fiv.  a   _ _-.i     ^..... t i i ' vi*.        t ��� "  '  Thi  s-uWnj>i:oii- ���    ���    0       i ���-'(��' I"--'   J'-1  /.iiM-ru-nir i.ms milili- ltfiia- i'n aj-pl'iM'ion.  CO'lllir.UI'OIl- .irt; sjln.r.1.0 I'lulYU -.1 ivi I* '������ tl'1  ��:t.mii  out di: tii.iLK.M- Iu:i :1.10c! o,t fi-Lik-m  :  m,��i < t(u .till*'" --v'l.u.i.  oni\ goe- to >how that   the ' \\(i  '"   " ��� ' ��>>^J  home paper may,,occasionally ''C!rj,%  mi.sinformed. ' >M&    '     '1  Vicloiia   Tiuvjj.:      Loudon Ei-   d!)  luaueial, Nt-w>. ha- i\mviI' inining   vj]2   I sup] ile wen is.   and  we  have  ro i w)  THIS PAPER >^m���'"^ .'i-l^dn^py^Xo.  :.    present- ' |  sry.k.-Li-  w.isi. wh. i. i(.:.;r.nt-iB-.i'�� .��i"f' J 0j- Monday. M tine atll 'm.-tailt.'    It  1'RU'HS aml.QlWLlTY t ;H,\ I .'A NT I OKI) in Sl'l  Rrompi    I >xsllvory  tlm  ���rii    .\ II Modern"1 Conveniences  Fort  Steele.   B.  ii.  C.  ������tt*  Snul   in   \ <,��u  r" tifl:  ^h^ ^Jcu0^ei:tcsrr-  von c.'innot   cal    l��OST OEhMCE |',n.\ sic,   -._  > ft  Freighting Done at ReasonablenRates.  s2i"S��SCi5a  SATUKUAV. .IL'LYrf. IfViH.  :j is�� juhn-ned wiih.a portrait of Col. (  J LJaker aud'tlie arms, oi tlie prov- ���  iiiicc  and   the   Dominion.      Why,1  jCui." Bulger's handsome pliysidg- i  Inoiny should  have  been  c-Iiomjii  'j to  embeliish   fhe   cover' is. not j  '(clear. ' It will noi sol! any copies;       .    , , .      _     , ���'___    _        \ '   1 where Vol. Baker i> best known.   ~ 7^ '  |Tho illustratioii^ an^letter jirttss-.   '   _ ' ,_      '  of the ������special   are excellent.    i^nirrrntTfTntTirnnnTTtTnniTTTtTnutTuiTTTTTtTtTrrnnnrTmmnnnmmTffinTfmTTmtrei  t-A> AlilAX PACIFIC  . ' Bxrvywx.   ���>  The encroachment'-; of the  Great Northern Railway, or oi  roads directly  under  control  oi  that system,    into  the  territory probably ' i&e   late   minister   of|��  which   shonli" be  dhec-Jy  con-. mrnpS ^ye? lV)l caro. as his phys .;|t  Not oiie of the copies'of the jctrfmTTTTTTnnTTTrTmTTTTnntTTTtTTTTruTTTTnnnfTTTrnmFTfTfTfnnmTnTinnTTTTnnTfnTTag  News. >o far "ts  is  known.,-has'|| '     *        / ,33  been ivceived in Fort Steele, andiec   ��,A> 1      AUU 1 L1\A I      bl) I  1 LJ JNUr    UU. ' 33  E=L;in.!c Sajnnle Kooms for Commercial Meit,=s:  Now Open  e  ;rolled by the C. P. R. will iio,  doubt inspire executive branch  ol the latter load to depart from  its, traditional policy. >vhich has  't��eeh to ,extend branches into  parts of its dominion when it  has been found ��� necessary  While this'non-apgressive policy  was being carried out t.h'e Northern Pacific invaded the great  wheat belt of Manitoba. \n the  jar west the Great Northern  has adopted a policy of expansion, its fines' are built or in  course, of "construction into' the  ��� hea'rf of t.ho mineral districts til  Kootenay. Tt, is(amiouncod that  ili'e lino, up' the coast from  Seattle is to1 be extended to  Vancouver, the city which" owes  its existence lo the Canadian  Pacific. The Great Northern  now owns the Spokane Falls  A' Northern, Nelson & Fori  Shoppard. and the Red  Mountain railways and is, .building the Nelson, fctadlinglon down  the lv'ootenay river and lake to  cohnect with ihe Kaslo and Slo  can. In fact tho Great Northern  .is a prominent factor in the de  velopnieiit,<>f the Kootenay. It  is now"7c7nnoif lhat this great  corporation 'is now back of a  schein  iognomv is familiar io all of thejtt  residents oi uiis^octiou.  iir  !   .CRANBROOK. B. C.   '  OF    Sarsaparilla.    Gina.ei"    Ale.    Mineral  ���aa  44  II  44  44  44  44  44  44  44  A London despatch dated July j gg        BOTTLERS  ind. --ays last   week  more  thanj||  Waters ietc'  1000 tous  of  war  material  a,nd(gg  fodder were forwarded from  the.gc ' '. ' .44  Woolwich dockyard to South'Af- \g~CLAEl?  <�� \1URELIY, Proprietors ||  i-ica. '    ,  Iter'  ICC:  An Exchange saya:���There is  in New York a surgeon who  claims that he can'cure appendicitis without, the use of - the  unite. If this is true some man  may yet have appendicitis and  live, - even thought the doctors  find.him out.        ���  ���  tt  It  Mail or Telephone Orders' will receive  '.   ,   ' ;  '    Prom jit Attention.  44  44  44  44  44  44  44  44  44  44  Kimberley,  H'.    W .   DREYi/. '  PROPRIETOR.  I  B. C  ��>  4  McBride Bro's  sneift  Heavy Hardware,  Powder., Gaps  t  MUUUUUUtijluiiUiiUiiUUUiLUriiiUUUliUUiiUUUUUiiUUUUUUUUUliliUUUiS  The Toronto Telegram says:���  ���'The Hon. Joseph made a hit on  the occasion of .his lirst appearance as a Chauncey M. Depew.  and "the tramps in dress suits'  wdio formed his audience at Rossland cannot say that there was a  dull minute in his after dinner  speech.  \    .    Cumberland    Blacksmith  Supplies,    Drill    Steel, \, Etc.  Coal.  FUSS  Mining  THE' LARGEST   STOCK 'OF  KOOTENAY.' , '        "."      ��  HARDWARE .IN   EAS'i"  to build a line from Kal  ispell. Montana to Golden on the  .main line of the C. P. R. Such  ;t road will open up a virgin  field of mineral richer than any  other section of   Hriiish   Coliinf-  bia.  The C. P. R- howwver are not  -blind to ihe reserve resources of  ihe Kootenay valley and in a  small way will show their nppre  ciation'by builditiir a slnirl line  from near Cranbrook to the  North Star. This i.s only a starter, it is said thaf"the company  ;tre perfecting plan- to buiici-a  line from near Wardner and following the moiintain.-s on ihe  east crossing Kootenay at or near  Canal Flat-, thence up the west  bank of tin- Columbia wilhiu  -oasy reach of the miuinir di.s-j  lricts between the Kootenay and}  Golden, l-fow i��ir from realiza-J  tion these plan- may  is,   o]ien   to   conjeetui".  The Golden Era attempts to  justify fhe remarks of the Attorney-General at the Mackintosh  banquet in Rossland. Jt i.s the  weakest attempt at justification  which has yet appeared in print.  'One oi the latest combinations  is the peanut trust with a capital of ��."i.000.000. As a consequence the succulent goober will  no doubt, advance in price much  to the sorrow of the small boy  and the habitue of the cheap  theatre and circus."  The-Inly number of the Mrit.  i��h Columbia Minim: Record contains an interesting article on  ������Kast Kootenay Yesterday and  Today". The article is beautifully illustrated. One picture  shows Riverside'avenue, taken  from near the residence of W. Kb  Ross: ihere are other views of  scenes in the district. .The ar-j  tide Tiself is of more ihan pa^- j  in<r interest.  ile Co,, Ltd.  It is a st.mling f.icr. iIt il, .ilnio^t  be j wiihont  excr-piion,   the   .idiiltcr.iU'l  Ti     i-i teas are clangcnuis to IkmIiIi.     Sonic  also learned lhat when construe- . ofllicm arc actn.illv [jui^^noiis."  tion ot branch liiie- in Kootenay, ! ���A7.  Y. Ikuild.  now under way is .-ompl'-led. the ycs; somc noj  ;i\]m    ]}u{  Canadian Pacitic st.u-1 , ^.'-     ^^   .^^   ^   ^^       Y(ju  Groceries^ Dry Goods^  Boots and Shoes,  Hardware, ^Crockery,  Giant Powder, Fuse, Caps,  JESS0FS STEEL I? GENERAL STOCK OF  drink tea lnrausc )'oii like  .si\-o movi'im-nt "ol h m    , IK'  und in ihe West.      In   tlu-   ui'-an  lime the pe.jp]..   in   ihis   -,<���< tion ' jt-��� not  licC'lllse   it is o'Ooi  for von.  <-jin calmlv wail until lh'- rail  road comes, it < anno] in- loi -j  delaved. Hie nnneial i-esomces  developed and audi \e|njier! ,iiv  of too much liiiporiancc lo sii  aside   The .Volson Tribune <\r;>.\\ s the  I  The wholesome lea is  also thi: besi-tasting'.' Schilling 's Be?*/ ��� at grocers' in  packages.  A ht'llI'lllR fs Cniil|'.'H)-  Sjii I li:n !���' i) ^1  MINERS'     SUPPLIES  Wholesale Dealers In  Wines, Liquors ancl Gij����*i~s  ACKXTS    FOR    SCIILITZ'S     l!KKK.  The    Confederatiott  Life    Association  OF    TORONTO.    OUT.-  i i ( '  issues an unconditional accumulative jiolicy. which yuar-  Wf* unices extended, insurance  or a. paid up policy after two ffi|  WM years.        It is absolutely free from restrictions from date &��  ff) of issuance, and has but one condition, viz:. .     {M'  That the Premium Shall be Paid.  ii  L<\>p fm-tlicr informal ion njijily to llio ln-iid otiii  .���    loi-iil iijicnl.  M ' A. J.. ���McDcrmot,  k P. 0. Box 4:    o  t  'I'oi-iilihi. or  lliLf    /Mi'  m  m  FORT STEELE;  13. C.  J>i><  l&M^i  Fort Steele  Meat Company  'RESll   and   SA LT   MEATS   ALWAYS  OX HAND.  R0BS0N & ROGERS, Prop's.  l^re.^h HalihuV Salmon,  Salmon Trout,   lioloaua   Sausaye-.  Hutter and E��\ii-s.    Pish and Came in Season.  Riverside Avenue,  Fort Steele, B. C  SHEEP CREEK; B. C. K. J. HIGBYE. Proprietor.  --    First-class Accommodation for Travellers. ���  I: very thing    New  The   Windeniierc  Sta'jjo  Stojis  Uoth   Coinij  and Coininsz'. THE PROSPECTOR. PORT STEELE, li, C. JULY ". lfif.il.  *vjf '-IV*-*-"**.  o*ns*i"rwM3STim��iEarar*����rm��M��Mi  r n Jiiiifcrj /watrvini j  R      ��h�� 3jfctf##��Ct0t;l  iATUKDAY. JULY 8, ISiK).  y  I1  Mining Notes From All  Over   Province.  TJie Galena mines near Silver-  ion", it, is said, are beintf negotiated for by the Standard Oil  Syndicate.  The Chapleau nearSloc.ui City  lias been bonded 1o parties irom  Australia lor SUU,<iO<).  The litigation over tlie.Volcanic  iniiio on the north fork oi Kettle  river has been settled.  There are about' Id Mirlace  men at work on the Payne mine.  Tlie work in the mine is beiiiir  done by contract.  The shipments oi ore from the  .Slocati lake district during- the  p.istsix months aa'^reioilo 2\0'A  ions.  The output nl the Rowland  mines for the fiiM six mom lis ol  the present year aggregate <>4.-  ifclil tons, as againstb :l^.877 for  J the correspi'mding period of lasl  year, ~ ���        ���    , .  Collett and Star bird have taken a bond on the White Elephant claim near Windermere.  , W. G: MitchelJ-lnnes, mana  ' ger of the British Columbia Limited will shortly resume development' on the Pretty Girl, a Horse  Thief creek' property in the vicinity oiN Windermere *  .���   * i  __  r    1 ���������   The Officer Embaraesed. ,  _ AVhile.a regimorita) band was  playiug after the Queen's lunch  at Osborne recently, a, sprightly  music hall air, unfamiliar to her  majesty, struck her fancy. She  immediately despatched an aide-  de-camp to tind but ihe name of  the piece ot music. . On his return 'the officer, seemed very  much einbarashed. and hesitated  until Ihe Queen insisted ' on his  lulling her what was the piece ot  music that she 'had admired.  ' With much difficulty the officer  -faltered out that its -title >was  '-���Come/ Where the ., Booze Ts  Cheaper". 'After iiupiiring the'  'meaning, of the substantive, the  Queen1' i.s said, to .have , enjoyed  the joke. *        '  ment will come back many fold  in"the way of advertising. The  moral to this is. always treat, a  riewspaper uuxu the best you  can. Fill him with your choicest  provender, open for hi in your  choicest wines and trot out your  besl cigars. , Loan hirh money  also, ii he desiies it. He is accustomed to the best, in the land,  and ii vou *diow him \ou appreciate the, fad. he will reciprocate by giving yon a ������pulf in  the paper.  The Railway.  Next week' we   shall   probably  have   sojm1   interesting' railway  new.-s lo make public      News  of  such a nature as will thrill every j  eilizen oJ Fort Sle.ele, and   give'  them increased confidence in the |  pioneer town'oi East  Kootenay. j  When this news i.s  made   public |  such small matters as a load  loi  the North Star will not Vie Vou- j  sidered. J  The Money Some Men Make.  l?jK--r >ilas: yHullo Kill, wli.il aiv  vou cif 1 ������ inji al tli<"-.<? il:i>f. vou -.t-i;ii) to  in: on tlie.jmjin all the time .mil \\;tlk  a1-Ihouirh you hint import.mi bii-in"ss  on jkiikI."'  Si-.eoxi' M ix: "WVll. ilu; fiirt ii-,  J.irk. .1 liul�� pio'-pi'i iiy pal- the drive  in u man. I Yihvh -Irnek .1 position :tt  hist, afiet- a >i.'ar 01 li.u-cl hieic. wliich is  piniiJinj; onl lii'st-i :itt:." ' j  Fikst .Man: "Well, lli.it"-- voiir j  luek. lor I ;mi cloiiif.' mijihtj huluthuii' I  dny-.     I?ui what hii\ <��� >oil -irilrkV"'  Hr.cosu Max: "I huvis tulcen a hook  .ijC'iii'y Irom Tins Br.i<lli;,v-C;iri t'tson  'Ao!ii]):iiiyLiinitei! <sf HiautloMl'.' (J111.  They hitvu lje^n .it mij ioi- month*. Ui  c.in\j-. hut J laughed ut the -idea, nnd  at hi-l ihoy mudi me .1 ->ood oiler, -o I  l.JiiutL.'iii I'll jiivi' it ii tri.il. I huM^hiii-ri  iLl'tli" work now two montli*. and I like  it iir-t-r.ite. and am jioinj.' 10 -tick to  il."  KlUST M.\N: "Sii,> Kill, do yon think  I could do the work, for 1 -tiw the :td-  vi'i'ti-umeii'l ol this lirjil ye^lerd.iy. Ie;-  nioi'f; nifs,i."i  Six'ovi) -Man:    "1 don't. win you  could not. Inn  write   and   ;jei   theni   lo  UNDERTAKERS  EMBALMERS  *'���%  V\< s< in ..nilii'ss MAULS \ hl"<;iii:s  Oiij.d-Hi- B.'ml  of Coiuiiii Hi  CKANJtKOOk.  u  H. VV.  i/iul.e .^011 :in otlur."  NOTICE.  Ilnicn,^ni none* *b.it llilru ri.i;,s afu 1  1I.1U-1 mli-inl tn ,i]i])h l..l!i'-l"'ii',f 1 Viniinission-  pi of I-.i'iiK : ml ��VoiU�� V'cloii.i II C fci'-pi'r-  niKsiim 10 pun li.isr Ilie lolluw 111^ inert i,i m-  oc(U))H(l .mil iinifsQiwl 1'ionn l.intl- Mtu.iud  on Wild Hoi-'-1 ink .iiljolninr tliu Cummni^".'  lilncK 1-iiT oioup I, iiliuiti tAO milus Iiom i-'nit  Steele iii /irinin/ 111 the m.,iu1i\usl (omer.  iliciuo HI ill..11,-. C.sL. tlienee Ml (.lwilll- nnith.  llicnee -Oi';j,.ii.- nest, rhonct Mi i li.nus -ouili  llienie foHdHiii^'lj.uiK nf Wild llo^c (i"el; fui  tlie west 'Ini' hj ikiiiu el iiini!in"ii"i"' m'     f'eii-  tllllllll^ ill .ill .1^11 .11 l( s Hjdie 0]   liss  H. I. AM mi;  Uauil.il I'm 1 ��ie,-]i.. M ('    this .Ml  d.ij ���'  .Milj. lKil> '.'3--'?  STRAYED.   ,   y '  Krom the ranch of tlie   luidcr-ijjncd.  1 out.  Election of   OlKcers   Masonic ' Grand  Lodge.'  At the session of the  Ma��onic  (jrand Lodge of Uritish   Columbia held  at, Kainloops on  June  ^ndand  2'Ard.     The,  following  officer^ ol the Orand l.od��e wej-e  duly clotted or appointed and installed.   ' '        i  1 ' R. Eden Walker. -M. W. Grand!  Master: Harry VI. Watson, R- W.,  Deputy Grand Master: Fred. B.  McYoung.rseniorrwardeii;' A. S.  Goodeve.   Junior "Warden:   Rev.  E. P.Vlewelling,  V. W.   Grand  Chaplain:    Arch.    B.-    Brskine.  Treasurer:  W. J.  Quinlan, ,Sec-, M!,v,"^u.  re.tary;, E. "Hosker, Tyler.  ,  Robert F. Green of Kaslo dis  triet, deputy Grand Master hav  1 1 1      ' 1 1    l"<"ii-',t'l< '"reel.. 1101 th...  ing  jurisdiction   over   the   loc;,l  ^,iUL.o,Ufh     hoiHimi��.i  lodge.'    . , ,t.o-U"eelc     .  at, Sw.iiweit. on ^7th .Miij. oil"  cow. ten  it'.iis old, one horn   sniinnvhiit   -litjrter  Ounr1 ihe   other,    hud  whi.'ii   -he   ltjii  ,S\Miil-e;i, st -iimII nrnv  hell   ;itt:icl;ed   to  PlliSl'   .M \N."     "'riniiiks  old  iii.tn. 1 i nei;k hv strail--color li"lit n;d.  1 *  will. :ind I'll let ujii know-hov.-it tiirn^ I     Any  person   liiirlKiiin^   -aid   tmiinal  'unless  ttdverlisiiej   ihe -finie   -will   lie  DREW,  Proprietor.  Fori Steele.  The I  VIIOVI'AK'KJV.  Fort Steele.  j firosei.'illed.  H. .1. TUli.NKI  WANTED!,'  ' C     t ,  {'Five youu^ men to travel, who would  I not ohJMuti spending part ol their  I lium ilu citn\,isslii*>.    Keierenees.  Bradley Garretson Co., Ltd.  Hh vx'rroHu. On't.  xNlilDIG  BRO'S.  GONTKAGTORS  aki>  bUILDERS  5IOi;Si;'AN'D SKIN P.MNTIN'O  ''.W.CI.MlNJNiJ :111c! PAI'Kli IIANGINO  ,   FORT STEELE. B. C.  i'.-il"'  All   -\vorlc jiroiaptly done.  IV H hill-'  illKl.ljl ION  W-is.iCiicV      ...inn ill  Lewis Cit'i-li.        ninth.    .  Ti.:i v ti'tl.        .north  sjiy-AliU CiceU    .noiill   MII/K-5.     l��H,ATl(INs  one  JiiiiseslioyC.ni><',ii o.isL .  Hull Kivui ..     snuUie.ist,  iliiil Ui.ei..      imrtlie.isi.  Si.-l/Ol.C'll 1 I11.il.  11111111    .  At the Opera House.  Theatre" tive   niglns   in  week is an indica,tion that inana-.,Xi M-in - i-a���������-st  ���   - - 'iIOMC  I  ..1.1 S.S  \V.  '   S'.N.W  '     '.n,In imr , Willi lIniM.'rii'ulv,.     .  .  gers  regard  Fort  Steele   as   a 1 yil,k Cirn,;  good "show   town,   and  judgini, ,  from the attendance at the three j    T,ie-e dlsianc.-  periorman'ces ' of ��� 1 hii    Linrl ley j fl"ni l''",a Sl,-��^-  Company'they  could  not think ' *���**>���  otherwise.     The Harry'Lindley        -  H    .  .      K  |1   .  ...    li .  '   -I  ..  '.  .  X  ....  S,.  .    II  J"i  ..     HI  .. \M  .'     .111.  .".'"I     .  ..    10   .  1 Id III  ..U  1 i'.l  M'i  . id  jsi  ..lh  11.  .. ,'j  ui  . :!()  is  1411  MU  Ml  l')  jti-i} in  ao'direel   line  11  Ie  I*  7>  '   Only Anglo-Saxons Are In;It.  Sir Morton  Frcwen. the Eng-  :.   lish   publicist,   who    with   the  party of Sir Rivers- Wilson is in  Chicago, said recently in  an   interview:  ������Germany with all her marvelous science and eneray is minus  a rich soil or superlative mineral  * wealth. Nor has she great possessions over .>e;is to lend her  strength nor any reasonable  hope of getting ithein. Tlie  necessity'of,her position ou the  continent forces Iter to keep,up a  great military ,, establishment.  But she ca.nnot at' the same  , time create and keep, going a,  naval establishment. That bur-  den would crush her. Consequently England,and the JJnilod  States alone can think of controlling the seas., it is their  destiny. America hits just begun l,o expand and is last growing conscious of how strong  she is." _ \  Still Another.  Another Chicauo sausage  maker is ou trial lor wile murder. It is undoubtedly a, great  stroke of business economy  when a. man becomes tired of his  wife and does not feel financially  able to stand the expense of a  funeral, to make her up into  sausage meat. The public, however, has not yet been educated  to the use of such delicate food  morsels; and it is not likely that  ihe new Chicago brand of sans-  a,ge will be popular for some  time yet.���Xeic Weil Trade.  Good Advice  New West Trade. The Canadian editors saw Spokane and  marvelled al her greatness.  They will return home and proceed to (ill spacojor the next  three months on the subject of  their trip and the places visited.  Spokane will not be neglected  and the Jew paltry hundred of j  dollars spenl in  their  entertain- 1  company gave Divorce:' on'Mon-  dav night Little Lord Pauntlo-  roy on Tuesday, and Our Boys  ou Wednesday, to  good  houses.  On Thursday the Boston Ten  Nights Comi��iny gave a presentation of the great moral play  Ten Nights in a Bar "Room, to  tin excellent house. The audience was appreciative ancl thoroughly ,in sympathy with 'the  moral drawn from the play.  Last night they gave and excellent performance oi Den man's  Thompson's great play of the  Okhliomestead. This play has  had one of the most remarkable  runs in the country. 'It is a play  which appeals to everyone. The  house was crowded.  Improvements.  Jt is learned that owners of  the Opera l-lout-e have in contemplation some improvements to  the building which will give a  lireater seatinii' capacity and  much enlarge the stage accommodations. This will be much  appreciated by the public and  delight, the hearts of tho theatrical managers who Iind it difficult  under the present arrangements  lo give a proper presentation of  any plays.  According to the Troul  Lake Topic it is the intention oi  the Canadian Kailway Company  to build only as lar as the foot ol  Trout Lake this J'all and complete the line lo Arrowhead next  year. The line will pass right  through Trout Lake city, and  will run along ihe side ol the  Lake, which will bo lowered live  Ioet to make a right of way.  l)IKhCII<�� Ulsl*,Wl  =_*l, -A?-s NV'A.   ^   /.!<> miles  N'ortlt'St.i! .mil SiilliSiTr'N'N.W ''lS  Hull'Ulter Mines   '.        .S.K ..'. 1'J    "  'Hull Ktvn-Mines.    ----^:.X-E==r^j===JHfl    "-^  evi.umtl KoOK li.nOirnip .W. 311      |  Uitible Mmo .      .. n     .... *>    "  l-NU'Ilu Mine     ..,. X..V.E . !'    ���    '  Cot?undo Mine X     ���' H ���'  DodoGioup     ..      . X 9 , ",  Coloss.il Oi-oup X    ...       .'S    ������  Ilii? Chief Gioup,..       . X   .'..        ���?    ���  nupum Oioii)! . X       .c    '"   ���>  WiUl Horse Oii.icn Mmus'        ��>     '"  WU<1 tlurst; Placei .Mines 4     ���"���  Thi* mines <m   1 Kill   Riht.it this point uie  i<M<-iit.'<! Horn Wild Hoist' Cieek.     >  HOTEL    WINDERMERE  wixnivii.uKHi:. n <:.  J. A. STODDART,   PROP.  The   L^ino-i    riin^l  in   l^fist,   Kuotuiiiiy  Is a lar^-e nnd, Attractive Hold oi Qun t lilc.nimr-c in all  its Apjiointmenis. with n Ciisino toi Suju-rior  I-2xcollcncc.  LAKCF,   AND   CO.MMODIOU.S   SAMPLE   ROOMSFOJi  COMMERCIAL MEN.       ,  Everything, New. First Class and up to date  In Every Particular.  Everything New  Cuisnie Unexcelled  / ' ,  ovj:ki.<ju!v.inm     imni)u��ili.'K    (..vKij  '   fine  summeii kesort  Good,   lluiUing     and     Fishirg.  Q  HUGH   WATT,   M!' D., ,'C. M.,  Co Ann iKitio 11 mi ft   Sjfiiid Praeliri- (Jnli)  OFFICE -HOURS���I   TO' 3   P. M.  HEADQU/.RTERS   For Travellers and Mining Men.  RESTAURANT   OPEN   DAY   AND   NIGHT,  ��4*    ��A*   +%*, ��#'   ��4��    ��l��   k4a   ��Ab   ��A��   *i*   ��ia    ��4k   ���#* .4. ��i��    ��Au   ��ia    ��4��   ��Av   ��4*    m&'    ��^*    ���4'   *������    ��4��    ��4*    ��4*  ���fr *f�� <f�� *f*. .(+  *|*. ��t��. ^Zfr.Q+ ,|. ��|�� ,0. ���#* 4' *���*"������ "���* "������ ���������  *#*  ��������� ���#*  ��������� *���* *���* *������ '������  Pishing Tackle  liSgbAN'inln  oalls  lirodte.  -liuiikl   yo   to   Dr.  ADVERTISE.  THE PROSPECTOR.  St. John's Church of Eng-lancl.  Divine service will be  held  in  flco .s. MiCaiu-r. .1   \ li.it\ej  HARVEY & McCARTER  liorrij-tf/'s'.   Solieitors.'  Xoturiis  Pidilw.  Corati/aticcii, ele.  PORT  STICISI.H. D.  C.  RliVi:LST01Cr. STATKiN .iikUJOUiKX  COLLECTIONS  PROMPTLY  MADE.  ���^p Steel  Ro<Ls Fi.-,h 13askets ���  B.'imboo Rods ,'     ������ Landing Ni.��ih  CJruiiheurt Rod*    "  *  -1-  Emrlish Flios  > C'iisiini;- Lines  ALL    KIN US    OP  St.    John's ,   church  Striuiaers, woIojiik1.  at   7.3i).  Sunday   rschool   nt  2:'AW p.' 111.  All the children invited.  NOTICE.  T.l'liC  IKllll'L' tllllt .1 s-pffl.l I   HHVllllI.  of  Tho various c'ontr.iclorh siwait-  ing \ho arrival Mr. Sh;nii;iu'<sv.  ol' the C. P. I\. arc be^innin^ 10  wonder il' he is ever .^oiim tu  come, a-s for Ihe In���t three weelxs  rumor has hud him cnmini; lo-  niorriiw. says the Xelson Miiiur.  Xo woul has yet come as in  letting of the ('. P. R. worli  the nei\ road  THE  PROSPECTOR.  READ.  tho Ho.nd o\ l^ioeiiso <'<)iiiiiiis<[niioi s loi-  South I-'.1st Koiileii:i\ is ill lie held .it  the Court llousu in tin- idv 11 ol l-'ui 1  Stci-li'on l,hi; ISth ihi\ nl .lul,\. IH'IH.  .it llic hour i.'l .'loi en <jVIocU m tin-  ton-noon, to coiisidi'i-lliu lollou'iiit; iip-  ])ln'.ilioiis (or Liijtioi  Licuii-i's-  .lollII (.'.lUs.   I!ll\.tl   llOti.1.   IvLllllH'lh'^.  -Vri'lii.' Sli.ulw lck for   lioti'l   .it   .Mnr\s-  II. W. I! \i;xks  < 'IllOf   I .ll'i'llsl     ll|s||, ctlll-  E. J. WALSH, C. E.  o M    t.\X   sm    (     l'���  ��   ���  Foiun'ilv 011  iimim - pm.' si.uf 01 lit 11:1 il-  niuui K.,-i\\.i\s .nui   i. ,111,11 s   1.111,1,1.1    ,ind   lul<:  IlllCCKU Of llll'   1'lllllU'    W.jllvv    I), llilit UH'tlL  of  tlie L^eu Jid Isl.-inils  SUKVKVS.   J*L.\NS.   KSTIJIATIJS     \.XID  liKi'OK'rri lor Storaoi- lh>sei voirs. Kilter Hod-. Water Works. .Sanitation.  Scwi-r.i^.' und Land Ili.iinaui'. Irriu.i-  tum. I'nblic l\o.ids and Rrid^'-s. I!ail-  wa.v��, Tr.imv ays .vi-.  Ottawa, Ontario  and  Port Steele, B. C.  LINES  HOOKS -Jt  ARTIFICIAL   PL-UTS^?  ��**  ft  Vty Compasses,. Mineral   Glasses,   Spectacles.   Eye   Shades.   Eye ;��  fjf In fact a "complete sportsmans paradise.  t  Pi'o.^pector^ ��in*L Minors should >on tho display of  *  *  i��- Shields and Smoked Glasses.  4*-  ���t-  4*  i��i  �������  4^  4*  *���* vjtf  kAr  vin  .6'  ��6" *i"     *Ar  ��4r  *% *4*     +&*    *C- jV* *i��  hfir  �����* *fv ttr    �����*  ��4��  *���* *fi* *#�� kit- ��#������ %Am  ���T�� VV WV o> fJi^-��o> V:�� -oJ* ��>V m*\�� ��o\>- -uPc* t��V *��� ��.*a- *.*�� *>. ��**<> ****** oV ��V ��A��. JAp. -J*^. i,��i. i'i i'i.  '���v ���>* *���* *������ *������ *C" '** *������ ��������� *e* *f" *������ �������� f- *��������� -����� *t* *#�� *���* ������� "����� *���* ��(��� '������ -�����-����� 7(It  My &lock oi Toilol Soaps is coinploio and thi1 varkjtv  in this Unci is u^ioni.-dnniz.    -  noneer Druo Han ro���E  ���*���  -!-  '!"  ��������  ,*���  ���t-  i��i  *���*  &  ��t-  4*>  4��-  \. W. Bf.EASDFLL    ^''^"te Ontario Coheir" oft 'liarnuu-y ?J  Ti-loyi aiilii  ddi-i  WALSH. OTTAWA.  Ihe  on  / NOTICE.  'I hn 1 \ .' 1 \ s .. fu ' 1I.1U I in I tut '.i 11 pl\ It.  Ilu l lni'l ('"inliiissiuticl ul L.ltnls mil W'ni Us  ,1 ^uiiilli It'l pi'i iilissinii lo ])UU ll.lsl lln1 li)l-  liiuiii',' iMsiiilnil I.mil I 11111I111 111 ni).' il lln  mil III Hi-sl 1 nun 1 "I I ."l I" i.imili 1 lln mi'  sniiili mi Imliis tin im1 .wst I I cli 1111s 1 in mi'  null In 11, ih 111-.' Hi' ' 1 sd 1 h li ml, 1 if im 1 "-  lllllllMII un.- 10 I In *<<Tllll ^('st < 011101 nf I...I  'il     tilt, in c 1   isl    III 1 ll.lllls IO tl t    fll.lt ��    III    llllll-  iiu'im ni'nl     ('11111.11111111.'111 .ill  IJ11 .leu's  iiimi  in ll'ss  s,.\K \!l   1.1.  KVF. I. M.lil.'AI I'll  M.i\ lllll   l1-" .'l--''i  NOTICE.  Till, l <H-\' I'Y I ULTHT HI'   Kill I'l UN \ ���)  HOI.DKN A'l' KOIIT STI.III.I.  (mi   !U  III    ISH'I )  In lln nl.no 1 nf J.ilm Uiuis \\ ilsniKilt'-  11.1st 11  mil in Hn   imittii   ni   tin-     (liiii ul   \d-  lllllllsll   lllll S     \l'f       ll.lll'll    Un   ll'.ili il i\   ..|   \1 i\  |sl| 1  I'piui u liiiiii tin' .iliiil nils nr I 1 ink  Willi mis .mil .limn.-. I'Vi^uson Ai 111 si iimh' 1, I,  uitkitil    Iliil    .liniii-s    i'i Alison   A1 instiling  ( lllll  ..ll     \lllllllllst l.lllll    fill    llll    ClUllU   "I   iMiull'-  n i\   sli.tl) In' Ailitinilsli .ilm nl .ill .mil s|nr nl 11  III.'  ^Illllls    I   ll.lUl   Is ,|1||I   I   II (Ills    III     . f (lllll     I .I'M I -  ,\\ i.s.in ci. i r.isi a   .iinl tii 11 llns (irili r In'   nui.-.  I.sll. 11  ill  t *\ " l (ills,. 1 lit I \ l    WO. K1 %   Isslll s   ill    t 111  I'liispi'cKir   ,1 ni'us|i,ipi'i   jniliiislii  1   11   I'oi 1 I  Sn i li    111 lln ('i.'iiil v *if Ko(i(i'ti.i\ '  (^l-'il) .1   A   rOHIN   .!        j  lnilltiiis.ini]   i.llwi- I'l.iini mis  sliiiiilil   H||. j  KIMPTON   &   PITTS  WINDERMERE ��*" DONALD  etieral Merchan  Mining suppnes a Spe6iaii.ii  .Miin'rs noiili! ii(<rlhw;n(l viii, Ciinoo Rivc'j^Routi' will liiul it .1 J.irirc  s,i\ mu niui ('(i,i\ cuicncc lo procure their -ii]i]ili<>s. ;o   Uonakl.  W)hi: ACIvNTS  iul  (Canton   Steel Company  \\"iti(l"i'ineiv. (I'dhlcn and Duuahl  Miiiiiti; Divisions.  llll 11   Ci.Mills UMll  .1     I'      \111IS1IIM1J..  111.lllstl.lllll     '  .1' 1   --tl I ,'      III  Hl'lll.ll     \ll-  .'I-  |Agents  at  Windermere  for  thrc California Giant Povvder Co. THE PROSPECTOR   FyjR'l   STI-KLR   Ti. (     JULY K !>o<>.  ��Jt�� :$V&&p��jct0ic.  dATL'KUAV, JUr.Y.S. lsil'.i.  ,Of Interest to Miners.  .Missouri     and     Kauris    lead  iniuers tire now employed in   tlie  , Coeur d'Alenes.   fdaho.      Olhor>  stre expected from Keswick. Ciil.  'Experimentur" will   'nave  an  unsatisfactory  experience  any   admixture    or   contact   of  quicksilver and aluminum.    The  former    will    disintegrate    the  latter and dissolve  it   into  fine,  feathery powder.  .MINK I."A I,   .I'T  ��� i ui ii ii am I. nr nirairi:vi���\ is.  NOTICE.  Hit.' Cliirl Min,.ml ('limn Minute in lln- Port  Mfi-lc Miniii'.' IHvisiiin nf i;,ist Koi'ilfii.i.v Ois-  nii't. '  Wlu'i'i- luc-.iii-d. On ilii' uiirlli side of  ISmikiei'circle'. K-isi K(Hiii'ii,)\ .ilu.iu Iwouiilfs  from tin- lnoutb.  (iiildfii Oiiln Mim-nil ("liimi sltiintc in tin  l-'ci-I Stct'li' Mi ii I iii; DJ\ isi(-n nf nasi Kooieu.i.v  Disii'irl.  Wlii'if lDiMifd-     On   llouldi r Cr<ek   K.ist  11",'   Cliief   Mineral  Fort :| Steele  Brewis-ig    Co.  FORT STEELE,. B,  C.  ACHINERY  COMPLETE    PLANTS  Ready for prompt Shipment Ij\t OUR RoS.SL,\ND WAJiEHOUSE  with   rc��"l,,">,y. .idjiiinnii.' ui  Cl.iiin.  Aint-s Mim-r.il Claim, situ.itc in lliu I'Vii-i  Stfcli' .Minin/ Division <>f Knst ICont n.i\ 'ijN-  iili't.  W'lii'H-IiHMtL'il- On Collider (.'icek K,ist  IvonU'ii.n. jiljiiiuliiu tlie, Hit.' Chlof Mineral  I'l,nui i  TitUo notice Unit I   Willum i,\ K'ussj |.',  m.  "Where cvanide plants 'are' on- |r" x"' Ir"i7i " "-'<M11 fl" K ���'��� 1JI��!ll,��-- <���'��� ����� e.  .     ,       .   ' i i ,. I        No  'ilM-Ji.   IVithui- VjiiAisiinlen   F    M.  C.' No.  tl.llect       111     .COld   ' Cll lllHtc.s,     mui  j M I'M! ami  11.   L. Amine. !���'. JL C . Ni.. .MISS9 \   i  difficulty i.-> experienced with the  "'"'"',f"u"'lb"Vt''"'"t'''"u'1,l"lls <u"��n'isj  f ���*��,.. . him ��tet*hli'f i:ruij|i). wtuiil   vhu  ,i,nx  (miii  IieeziUg   Ot   .SOlUtlOUS    111     pipe*, j ilu-(Inn hem.r i<. .ij.j.lv to ilu-.Milling Kn-or.1-'  vats,   etc.-exhaust  steam if an-!"' f'"'(Vv'll"'"'t'"'"r 1",I"l'u'"'n!s fl"  "'''iSOID  ,.,.,, , , l 'I'"! !>���'-*   Vl     ('l)t.lllllll-    I'lilHll    Crl^Tlls   '<if    till'1  plied will remedy the  iliftifiili.\v|ai����*ec]aiui, '"''  -MANUFAOTUKEKS  BEER  and    , lmjCWEUS    Oh'    KXTKA    FINE  BOILERS  HOISTS  PUMPS  BUCKETS  CARS, WHEELS '  and AXLES  PORTEK  Wire, kopc and Supplies  Rand compressors m  Drills  ��.*fc.  BY   THE    BARREL,    KEG   OR     BOTTLED  Ii steam is not used for power a j r����rn���j t..i��'m>u.e tii.u iicn,,n iimih  .,-,,,1,1 ., ���    ,   .     i . ,,        I --si'i-tlnri urnnis! In- i-nniiii.'ii(."'d IWiiif Hie is��n  , Mii.ilJ boiler  mi.irhi   he  inMalled Luc-or .ueiKVuim-Vteof iimn-m���,���^  for the purpo>e of tiiakiii��f steam       \'.M.llKl "', "'"�� ''''/ "''"''" '"'���'���'���  for this purpo^.' and   would   in       "'" ' U '"' ,{'>k%'v  most  cases  prove  a   jiayiuar investment.  '        , c,       '  '   No,   arbitrary   percentage   ofjCANADIAN   PACIFIC  copper in ore'ean be fixed as the!  point at which such   ore  can   be!  Write for Estimates and Catalogues-  JENCKES MACHINE CO.  Bottled beer for family use u specially  ; OUTSIDE ORDERS (SLVEiV STRICT ^. PROMPT ATTENTION  CANADIAN RAND DRILL CO,  ROSSLAND,    B,    C.  F.  K. jMJiNDEMIALL; Manager,  RAILWAY  e.ore body aiid 'the j n f 1 q p + j r  yy "���'������� ^Inlildillilu, ,:  and Pacific  profiably mined aud treated:    As j  in U'old aiid silver, thu  economic I  conditions surro'iindiu�� the mine  ,    <   the' size of the  facility   with  reached and worked, are irapor  y'    ' taut considerations. ,as  well  a^j  ' distance to markei,  for  the  ore. '  , '       transportation, etc. j,  Almost any hard,   dense  rock}  in a"  thin "slab   will   i_'ive   out, a-  rimriuir sound when struck,   but'  this fact alone will not establish  the    rock    as  bein"   phonolite.  Eruptive rocks vary 'irreatly in  ��� composition and graduate  from,  /  one kind to another.    The   typi j  (     cal j-oc-k which contain only   the;  essential' ingredients,    as    des-  ('    cribed'iu   the ��� text.'boojvs.   are  rare.     Phonolites   is   allied   to  tachyle, but it i.s still   a   distinct  ���" cla.ss of rook.   ' , ���  That nug-geLs grow there .is no  Area son to believe." \All   the'lso-  ., called cvidence'j.o  that- effect, i.s  t.heoretical. ,   When   a nugget is  , /'released I'rom Uie rock matrix in  '.   which' it-was  formed,   whether  (|iiarz. ialc,u or whatever  it   ii'iay  have been, it begins to dinfinish  ,    in size hy Ihe iiMrition   of rocks  as if nioves  along  and  mingles  with llio detritus on the surface.  ,    It has tn ken ages in   most   cases  ��� for  a, nugget   lo   move  dowi^ a  hillside from a vein where'il was  formed, bul having reached   the  gulch    and   iningling' 'with'   the  gravel nnd boulders of the.stream  every I'reshel. which  has ,volume  enough to move the rooks, gravel  and grit   causes   the nugget  Io bo, scoured and   finally   worn  smooth.      its sharp corners and  '  edges    ar<'    blunted     and   any  projection pounded out of nhane  and sometimes turned back- upon  the main-mass.      [n time the en-'  lire appearance ,of the  mass  of  gold i.-,  changed   from that of  a  rough   niUhP  of irregular shape.  havin.i^shaj;p edges and possibly  many  crystal   face>.    is   beaten  and   worn   until    it   become*  a  smooth       rounded       mass    'of  irregular    shape.        This    may  he    accomplished   without     the  nugget being  moved  along  the  bed of the .stream at all.   the  attrition beingdue to pa.-singrock.-  ' ancl   gravel   carried   onward   by'  the swift current of the   stream.!  Tn a gulch producing nucg-et.s of =  gold as well a> tine gold,   it   will j  be found that iruld always grows j  .-smoother    and    pieces   average  - * ~ j  smaller    as   di*tauc<>    from    it-j  siiurce increasc-s. |  "The daily service  between    ..    ,    ...  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED i*J^X.  i i ai    _o  1 n. hAivson. "  General iMerchant AND  Licfuor Dealer.  l)y  the  IMPERIAL., .LIMITED.  will be inaugurated on  IStJi   JUNE  The Quickest time  between     .   '".  o  Ocean '^x>   Ocean  across the '  i  American   Continent  1 Q  ! Express service via ".  Crow's Nest'Koute.to .  '  Kootenay ,  :   Country  POliT Stkki.k  Jr.vuTiON t()aToronto in 7;"i hours  '��� '     to Montreal in 7iJ '���  ���',      to New York iu 91 "\  '���        lo   Coast    in   3 " '  "       to  Nelson   in JJJJ "  ��� "        to Calgary in ��� ���'  Winnipeg to the East via Lake  Route in 60 Hours.  Improved   Service   on   all   local  lines.  Excursion  Tickets to  all points.  AlJ2)l.\ for ]i;ti'U'i_'iil;u';- ro AV. M. .\I<>  Loud. City I'lisMjniicr A^uiit. 44S Main  St rout.' (oiij)Osite PiistollinO. .1. S.  ("jirtcr. Do])(it. 'ricki.-t Ajjont. fir tn       o  ROBERT KERR,  TraFfic Manager,  Winnipeg.  Sick .&, William's;" Piop's.  CARLIN   & DURICK  55a  GENERAL  Fort  '   Steele,,  Sole Agents* for the  MERCHANTS  Eest  J Kootenay'.  =     Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber,  '    A large assort-    25  r'' ment of seasoned Lumber aud Shingles always    ' n"   ^  H oil hand. . ^  fc. DIMENSION     LUMBER ir   A'; SPECIALTY."    . .   S  *^- '      ��� ��� I      W       ^K       mm �� " ^S  | WflSfl, ,-..:';-  B.G. ��  Gdiiton steel  COMPANf  This Stkjsl is guaranteed ro.be equal to .Tessdps 'or Firths in all'  i-HAKD JiOCK WOKIC '��� . '    ".  .DON'T    FORGET  *' , -  The Steele House  Soli-: Aojcxts  Sox^!':   Agents  Grows Nest Goal company ���  Giant Powiier 'Gompanu.  G  Mining  Supplies a Specialty.  -  W  E  S  GREAT  Northern  Railway.  First  Class   Brands   of  Liquors   and   Cigars.       Headquarters      for      Mining     Men.        Commodious  Sample   .Rooms.        Best   Cuisine -in -the  West.       Modern   Conveniences.'  Home   Comforts.  D. McNeisli    ~     Proprietor.  S  NOTICE.  N'oui'i' l�� hereli.v irivcii that .i|>l>!u'.itiou hii^  l"-cii in.idf to tlie llnnuriilile ilu- Minislt'i of  Piihiic Work-. wairHliiim pliins lm\r bt'oii de-  po-itcil. fur iH>rim>��n>ii to crtut ,i liiiilirv �� 1i.1i  a ���.uit.-ilili-ili.ivr ^jiJiiPoi*:! tlu> UppiT C'oliim-  l)i:i Hi\. i .it a point kiioun 11-. the Milinon  H.-iK  I-'. CAK'I'KK-CO'I-I'ON, .  i 'hii'f ('oiiiimssirini-r of I.iiucU ,v Wink..  L.iikU .inii Woiks Hi'|>:ii'iiii(.'iit.  \ii'inil.i   II C.   lUth .liuir   IS'.iii.      J4-i-  T. H. TAYLOR, C. E.  o  PROVINCIAL   LAND    SURVEYOR  Till-! RUHVKYOK'R CHAIN   MAO10  IT TIIK fWOUTJ-IST  TH-V^'SCOXTIXIOXTAI.  KOlTl'io.   ���  Tt  is the nio.^t,. liKidoni in urinipmoiit: il, is tlie heaviest I'siilccl line:  it, hits :i roek-liallii.sl  roiul bed: it, crosses" no saml de.-eft,.-,: it, was   built  Kvitliout a land sii-ain fir "ovurnmoiifc aid: it. is no|ed  for eoiirtesv ol' it,.��  employe-: it in the only, line si-i-vimr meals on the a la carlo plan.  THIIOL'Gir TIIK f.'KANDKST SCIKNKKV  IN AMKUICV  UY   DAYLIGHT.  For KOJ{T STKKIjK and  the KAST KOOTIOXAV MINKS. Weekly  Stuyu   from Kali-pell,    yteamboat eonmitiiileation.- from Jennings'  during Hummer.    (v)uiekest and  Hest  route to all parts of ihe tinlted  State-.  Kit-tern I'anada and  Kurojie.,  m  for maps, tickets and complete information call or itildrc���  nearest ayent or  C.(;.DJXOX.(;enera!  Anent.  Spokane    \\"a-h.  Commercial Hotel *,,  Baker Street, Cranbrook. B. C.  Conducted   on   the   European   Plan  WELL    APPOINTED   CLUB    ROOMS  Best     Wines     and     Liquors    at     the,   Bar.  .AVH1TNKY.  C. I-. and  T.A  St. 1'aul. .Minn.  "MUNSON NO. 2."  TUB W.  HOME   RESTAURANT  I     Miri.'y-  of   Mineral  | .Min. -  "ic  laiin-.  I !o,-id^  MRS. AMME,  Prop.  WI.VIJKK.MKCK   J!. C.  ���J:. ify'.SCOVI.L  Fruit &  (Confection erv  .0     Notions of all kinds.  CIGARS and TOBACCO.       ^  MISIS'G  IMlOKF.It,  N'irr.Mtv I'l'in.ic  Kcal K.sisiti; iiml 0<:ni'.rnl Avrnt  A*        WINDERMERE,    8.    C.  (Aii-resji')iitii!iii-e Snliei.'eil.  The Best   Writing 'Machine  'I'lIK    OSI.V  INTERCHANGEABLE  STEEL TYPEWHEEL  Klcii-antlv  lllu,strati;d   Catalogue  "l<S-wi"       ���'���    v  '���  Address Edgar  A. Hill, Manufacturer, 94-?6Wehdell Street. Chicago  Ma  Queen's Hotel.  Two Gommodious Sample Rooms for Gommercia! Men  J{.\o(;a(jk tjjanskkkhkd kihok  W  m  w  HOT'S COLD PATHS  PATES '$2 I'El! DAY  J. G. .��� Greene, ProorieM  ,, ���. OOLDEN, E. b.  *���  Os kv  THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELS, 13. C, JULY 8, 1*99.  ���^���^���?^-r��T^*^*��*%T"V^?#r?|T'?jir-!j^r^?"rjr  flP ��fc�� i#.�� 't.�� '������  'f�� ��l�� '��" -��,�� '���.�� ��f�� 'fl1  THE. CAPITAL  EAST  ��� t��   ��f.   .��*   .},   ���!*   .|��. .A*   ..*   ,f,   .%.   ��ir   ��*,   .��,   ,fi.    .*,   ..4,  *fc* '<���" -> -?* 'f�� *���* *#* ���$-. ��$* *$* ��f�� .f< ��f. .j* ,9. ��^��  ��� J"    ��������    .A'    ��A.    aft*    .4.    *%*. �����*    fc^V    .0'   -��4"  -.4*  '��*  *�����  *fc��  *�����  �����'  '^*  -���" *f��  *$�� ���$'   *f"  *f*  .��.   ,fT  "*������  ��**  -tf  "���-  ��������� ��*��  .��.  .��..  TE  ��*��� ����������  ��������� 'I'  ���  FORT STEELE TOWN SITE  Theonly Government town in the District  o       ^  WATCH THE PROGRESS OF FORT STEELE  Tlie Hub*of the  Wi 11  FORT STEELE  District  h  The Center ot  Population  Mining center of  1 r    ( V \ ,1 '  the district  h  Rich Placers on Wild Horse, Brewery and Fisher creeks.     Since 1864 $25,000000  in gold has been taken  out of Wild Horse.  Sole   headquarters   for   Tracy, Wasa, Lewis, Wolf, Wild Horse, Maus   and Lost  ������ '"'',' '  creeks.    The highest grade ore camp in EL C. 0  L i \   *   t s _ t ' i v.  (lead 0! Navigation On tlie Kootenay River  Daily Stage between Fort Steele and the Junction  The  Objective   Point  of  The  kji rGcit  NORTHWEST  Northern  Ra  Choice resident and business lots 30x99 from $100 to $250.    Easy terms  titles guaranteed.    For Particulars Apply to  ��  ���   JLJo  ���  -��^  9  p~w~\  9  ?  ��  �� THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B  C, JfJLY *��. Wif>.  Tlie Canadian  31  Captain Gilford, a retired  At      /�� AJlimPPfP    ��� *"l>"i:ii -^ morel, u retired   of  Ul      OUllilllul lit)   t5Ct'1" "nh<! El��?1i*l' "'-my, was in  (HEAD OFFJSE TORONTO.)  F>aid     ��p    Capital     $6,000,000.  Hox. CfKO. A. Cox, I'rt-sidciic.  Wai.kki:, (Ifii. M;  | town   several   days  during   the  jpast week.      Il   is   learned   l.hnl  jthe eaplnin will  probably  sottk'  .near Port, Steele, and thai, ho   is i  I looking out for  u   suitable  loca-!  i lion  ,J. -K   Humphrey 01 Wolf crook  was in town on Wednesday.  Hon. F. W. Alyuer  and   Miss j  Lung of Colden woro married on i  tho L'S ultimo nt the residence of  tho  brides   mother   in   Golden.  Mr. Ay liner is well and favorably !  known   to   the   people   of   Fori j ., ,       "   ~,  Steele and vicinitv.    Tjik Puos-  f()r     N^ll��v  I'KCTOii extends congratulations, r* v,Jl      k--7t* AW  MER  Is now on  the market and LOTS are  Sterling Exchange Bought and,Sold.  i  London Agents���The Bank of Scotland.  CRANBROOK BRANCH.  J. W. H, SMYTHE. Manager.  ��fye $Jv0$p2ct0v.  SATURDAY.  JL'LVi, lS9i).  LOCAL NEWS NOTES.  I So far as can bo Jearned life  government has taken* no steps  towards thy building of tho  wagon' road "up Boulder creek.  This road is?'of vital .importance,  to Fort Steele and there should  lx�� n6 delay in its consu-uction.  -Mr. (\ R. Watson, C. JO., rep-  resenting the South Koolonav  railway company, attended the  l'\irt Steele celebration ou the  Kou ri h.    j  H. A. Caldwell. C. 10., is local-|  ing    an   irrigating   iliich    t'roni i  Pour-Mile creek to R, L. T. Galbraith'^.      When    the .ditch    is  completed ii    will   supply   Don:,  Wolf. .Martin and Mr. Galbraith.  T. C.   Potts   representing   the!   Jf you wain Fire.  Life or   Ac  business de'parrment of jhe'Man- 'cideni ins  itoba   Free   Press   came  in  oujinyeitm  Monday. , Mi-. Potts, says lie has ou�� ^- -^ Hy.iie.  made arrangements ao'have   the!'1       _    Free   Press���senL  he��re   daily by!'  ;T. W. K. Young has'a  number  "the Dominion Express until such ) ��\   -Wen    repairing   the   Perry  .a lime  as   we have a daily mail. |creek,    trail    which  'is   hi   bail  He t'ltrihe'" says that   the ' Board - order  .'of Trade should lake fhe   mat letup and have a daily mail assoon  as possible.     It, can' be   had   tor  the asldnir,  R. O. .Jennings returned from  a visit to the mines on North  Star aud Sullivan hills on Thurs-'  day and left yesterday fur Pal-,  liter's Mar.  __ 10. C. Miller, of the Flour aud  Feed store has inado arrange-,  meats to receive a weekly consignment  (>f- fresh    bul tor. aud  nsurance. or a  pi-otitablel1*^.  fl?m ^P^airie  country  ,ent  for s;,. a month, cuil ju��n^uivues his iriends  and  pat-  ���     WINDERMERE is the MOST PICTURESQUELY situated town iir the ENTIRE, EAST KOOT-  IOXA V  DISTRICT. ' .     ��� _ "  Situated as it is in the CENTER of the HIGHEST GR'ADE MINJEKAi/bELT of P.KITISH  COLUMIUA.      ,Jt will be the PitLYCTPAL COMMERCIAL, SOCIAL aud RAILKOAf) CENTER  of North 'Mast Kootenay. ��� ' <>_"'  o ' -, " '  ���  r. , �� '- ,. l  THE SUPPLY POINT for HOKSE TF-IIE1.', TO��5Y�� DUTCH.  LA1V. BOULDKJt and XU-VIRfflR  TWO Creeps.1 ', ,     , . ��� r    ,'  Large- Lots  Wide Streets  4 I rous to leave  their  orders   with  0 j him. ��� Look out for change of ad.  next week.' .     ',  E. C. Egan arrived iu tho city  yesterday, "accompanied by his  wife and family.' '    ���'  Have your  life-,insured  with       ,,",   -A       .     ,   '     '      ,L  the Confederation  Life' Associa- \n Jack Haunington   a nephew of  tion. The only company  that   is LC h' Hwmv&iaix,   0    E...- ts   ,���  sues'"an unconditional  accuimila-  l.ow" v"l!��ltlu? h,s ��"C o. - ,  If,your watches or  clock  aro; *-"<? policy.,    A. L.'McDerinot is I    ,.,,   ��� , ,    ,    , ,  .     .,      ,-,.  a,micled(with any chronicailmcnlj agent. y'       ' , j ^ Iho cjnam tunnel  in  the   Uig  ' taK-e them to the Watch Hospital J ' '   opposite the Post Om'ce.    A curo'j   , & C. Smiih left   tof'  Spokane  i.s guaranteed in almost every in-; ��'| Thursday on mining business.  stance, ancl during convalosencej ���''     '        ''  the best ol'care will be given.    *'" I   -The Confederation Life Asso-  ' C. M. Keep- left .for  Spokane-  on \\redncsday.    He will   be , ab  "sent 1 or'several v\-<ielcs, and_jwill  plaice  a   1rii>   to ��the jnining districts of Idaho. "  ',.  Now wali']iaper al Cann's.  .). II. Auklin and family   came  '-down from Tracy to take in   the.  Eonrth     ol"     July     celebration.  They returned home on Wednesday. ,  T  Kor a good Shave, Haircut   or  Uat'h go lo 0.  E   Adam's Barber  .Shop ii'.id llafh K'ooms.    Successor, to Highwarden it Son.       '"'  cuition   issues  an J unconditional'  accumulative policy which is the  most liberaLrlife ' insurance  contract issued.    A,   L.  McDerinot,  agent. t ��� ' *  Mr. Shaiig-hn'essy denies thai  any arrangement has been made  with the Croat Northern railway  lo build a joint line froni'Midway  to the Republic camp.  j Chief is iiow in, 100'feet and the  lower .tunnel 90 feet. Mr.- Walsh  says the paystreak in quartz tii'n-  uel is widening. ���   ..    ,  There were ,'inore strangers  here on'the J^ourth than at "any  lime during the past two years.'  A. R. Macdonald ha<  !\ iniberley. i  none   to  Lie pairing Chronograph < and  lii'poating Watches our special-  iv.   I). L. IJi-ri'TsuHKN. Jeweller.  .1/   I*1.    Armstrong  h'ernie on Tuesdav.  went  lo  Will's celebrated Navy Cut  to-  I ia ceo a 1 Keep's Cigar Store.  Ox SAi.io a good eight-roomed  house "and lot witl/cellar and  good shed willjxs sold cheap to  a good buyer. Apply to Hkxky  Keusiiaw, , Riverside Avenue.  L^ort Steele.       '. *  E. J. Walsh and C.; E. J-lan-  nington went up' to the Big Chief  ancl the Dupont group of inines  yesterday. ' '   ''  The'qifickcst trip to'We<IJig  Chief yet recorded, was made bv  E.M. Wnlsli and F! C. Potts on  Thiirsday:-' time one hour ' and  fifty minutes.  "A. L. McDerniol is getting the  nucleus of a menagrie. The collection now consists of one fawn,  a stuffed owl and an assortment of  while mice. His friends say he  is making the collection lo take  to the Winnipeg Exposition.  PRICES RANGE FROM  25.00 Tft $200  FOR, FULL PARTICULARS ADDRESS-  ,    "���    -    '     ���.'������.  M. F?. OOLLBnTT,  '��� ' ���   b .<," ���    . "'-      .  Wiridermere, B. C  E. C.  Egan   arrived   in  Cranbrook on Wednesday.  ' C. F. Hanningioii and *W. R.  Ross went lo Cranbrook' on  Thursday returning- ihe same  <��� ven ing.  C. M. Edwards and wife wore  in the city during the week, the  guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. R.  Ross,  The , Spokesman- Review accords a large amount, of its space  'to the Republic Wash., camp.  So tai"as can be learned there is  only one properly there from  which any considerable amount  has been taken.  LAKE & CO.  F*roiessioirtaI.  ���-'Dealers   In.  NORTH   STAR  LODGE  FOKT ST10E1.J.;: li. 0.  ,;.r ' U. Z>.  A.  F. AND A. M.       G.  R. B. C.  Houul.ir iiiL'Cliii(.�����KI Tucsiliiy in i'::icli  monlh iu oljrht o'l-lock. Visiiin^ Hi uthcrn live  I'nuliiilly invited.  ,   -\. \\\ l'.f.i:.isiii:i.i. Sui-i'uiarv.  , Editor Siuijison of the Cranbrook Herald was in Fort Steele  on the Fourth.  Colonel Henderson of Moyie  was a 'visitor iu Steele on !he  Fourth.  A. W. H. Sinylhe. manager of  A. L. McDerinot has, been ap- '1|<J Cranbrcjok branch of the  ])oiuted agent for the Confeder- Canadian Bank of Commerce,  atiou Life Association of Toron-,spent the Fourth in Fort Steele.  to. for tho district of South East ���    .Kootenay. . ' '<     Harry   Cumtnins.    P.    L.    S.,    , started yesterday for Sand creek  Charles    Annstroiiir   went   to < to survey the   Burton   and   Win-  Kiniborli'y on Sunday last. ' slay group of mines,   now under  ���     bond to the I!. A. corporation.  Now   is    the   time    to    insure'  <���  uiramsl mountain   fev-r   and   ty K. Lou(lc,n   wllo   h;lb   ;l   ranch  ])hoiil. (July ->.. a y<-"i"��ncl you;dov.n lho valk.v brought in a few  gel ->I.i a weik. M. A. Leale. ; n,,w p0t���loos ������ tlie /OU].,h. He  a"'jn'- '      ; will   bo   able   to   supply   cucum-  ,,,!-. .. ,        . .,       | bej-s. watermelons and other aur-  li. W . Jones ot . emnu.irs. Mon- ��� dwn tn,ck ,��� ., shlj].,   till]0     'AIv  tana, attended the Fourth oJ , Lonrlen has a tine ranch and can  Julyeelebra.ioiwit l-ort Sioele.   , ���i>ow   }inythiM���    w,,iHl    ,..,���    ))0  rl,      ,.      , ... ,. jiai^ed in tin'-, latilinlo. --    -  Try Kershaws  lor   new   IroMi  fruit,   new   candies,    new   ,iiit.%.  new butter, new laid e<jg>. home1     M. a. Beak', allor doing   v<-o  baked broad, cakes   and   jiios   in j man service as a nif-nibor of'Ilu  great variety.    We also sell ("a 15- Icomiiiiiiee    on    sporls    on    ilu  f.irnia cider and wines. F<jurlh,   wi-nl    lo   ('ranbrool,-  Hkxijv   KkiisiiaW.       W'-diK-^lav  Certificate of Imijrovemcnts.  NOTICE.  Tho Copjioi' ICinuMiiiornl i-liiini, sliiiuti-il In  tho h'oi'l Stoelc Mminj; DmAi.ui of Kiim   Knni-  i��nay D^ti-lcl.  Wlll'l'O ldl'ltll'll.      Oil   llllll   KlVlT, .llll.Ill   tiiii.-  h.-iir null' uliovo the I'liclc llrldire.  Tin1 Copper (Oui'i'ii .Minoriil Cluini. sluiuic  In llio Fori rtioolo Mlniti'.' uivKimi ��f l-Iimt  KiinLoii.ii  DKtrlol.  Whoio lociitrcl: Oii Hull ltlrci'..ilh)in unr-  li.ilf imlo iilioro the fauU llrlil^'i'. :iml iiiliniiiiiiv  llif C'njipiM Kliiir iiiiiu-r.it eliiiin. ,  Take noliee Hut I. .ImooIi I", l.'lii), Ki-oo  ilini'r'.s C'oitllloiili; No. "u II7W)', IiiumicI simv  il.iys from tlie date hereof, lo apply to iho Min-  '.n;; Hoooiiloi' ror ,i Certl Hc.iLc of linpiovciiioni'.  for the piii'i>osff)l ohiaiiiiny ,i (.'rri^n Ciant ol  tho .ibovo claims.  Anil flllllioi lake iiolli'C lll.il .irllon lincloi'  section M. niusl Iio comineiioud before llio i.sii-  iinco ol vuoli fVi'tllieale nf Jinpiovcnieiiik.  .IACOH.   I'.  I'l NIC.  iiiucil iliix riii da\ nr.inlv imi;i. :;-:tr>  General Merchandise  ATHELMAR, B. C.  Prospector.^   Supplies    a' Specialty  1'oin Sii:ki,i: iihvhi.oi>MKM' Symucvh: Ltd  r.�� l.eailenliall Siu-ol   Lomlnn. IIiikIiiiuI.  N. A. WALLINGER, FORT STEELE.  J'OST Ol-'flCI-: lit IX ,S  T H 0 M A S    M c V I T T ] E  P��lw.S. c^  C.E.  \ ' i ' L .'  ���   Fort Steele B.C.  //. L. CU M At 1 XS.  .     (     P. li. S.  ,f; (J. K,  Fori  Steele B.C.  (JROCIdKIKK. HAKUAV.Mil-':. (JLOTHIXtl. MOO'J'S and  SHOES.'  on  NOTICE.  in tiik (iu'vi'v coi;kt or icootknav  IIOI.IHIN    \T  I'OItT STKKI.K  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  |    Uo i iLil&i��   Corsn n  iCH"Jlll>.}  OFFICii    l.'ivci'siilc  \vi-iiiii'.  Xc.rl. Ihior tu llleasilell''����� Ihnij Store.  w. s:. u.iss.      ������ u. w. ln.ut.Hjisa  KOSS& HERCHMER.  Marristers      -      -      Solicitors  NOTARIES PUBLIC  CONVEYANCERS...  Port   Steele'   P.    0  Miss Thomas late of t,he; Lolli--'  ���idge  liosiiital has  arrived, audi  The splendid advertising  pat-  |ronagc   given    \��o    For  St  eeie  will be matron ot the hortSlee\<ryVntSpector proves that tiiues an  Diamoncl .Jubilee    Hos|��it.al,    to, l;)(J(]   ]n   j^,    K.o����t.���nav.  succeed .Miss  floarle who .is. now  (-.,..���.,. ������     ts 01|]  {|.        ;(|  ������  M r.  located; at     Cranbrook. Miss 1 )h.fh:].   yy^'/iy   '1/^.7''��� ,TV>'''-"; '  Thomas ,is.  a   cortiticati' nurse;  from'l.iondo.n, J']nglainl. .    :    -.',������ ��� ;_ .Mail a copy .of! Tiik bl'Kosi'Ke-.  .':���������,               ' ,"roit to your friends and let Ihem  imported and domestic cigars j know all about   the   mineral   re  at Keep!.*' CigaibStore. ��� *|sources of.Ihe district.  (\'n  |l>. uf ISWl ) ,,  In llio niailvl'.iil' ,l<i|,in I.i:\vls. (Ici'i'iisod ami  In llio innllor nl ':'l'lii,' <>llk'-l:il Ailniiiil.s'i.i'iitors  An"..  Datoil-.'Vih May nf .Inn,.. ,\. 11., istm.  ' L'lMin   I'l'inlliiK   III'"'lilll'iliirlts. itf   Mailil.,.    K.  'Cre.'iM'sin.il .Itiiiii'.s |.\ AriiiNlrnii).'   ll   Is imli'i'ril  lhal .liinii's l'Vi'tfii.-liiii  Ariiiiii.iiiiii.'.  onii'lnl   Ad  mi n Is I ralor for l.ho ('ouiity'.��f.. K'uoiona.v,  ^ha I]  l<r. AiliiiinlSM'iiioi' nf all "iiml sliit'iilnr iho fjoml.s.  1'lint.ii'ls anil cri'illl.s  "I   ilulni   Lewis,   iloncn soil'  anil Iliiil tills orilor im p'.ilillslioil lii.nroi'ONM'i'- !  nlivi:   wockly   Issiios   nf   Mio   ������I'lusiicoior"  a j  nowspaiici;  pnlillslioil. a I   Knrl   .Sloolc   in    ilu,.1  CiMiniy of Komoiuiy. ,  f.S��il.) .1. 1\. I.'crin, .1.  .Creditors anil 'oilier  I'liilinaiiis  should   llio  tlieli- i'luiiiis  with  .1.   F.    Aniisl.roiii.'. 'Oiilclii]  Ailmliilsirator, I'Virl Sn olo. If. i,'.. .���.'.' A  McMillan Fur &'WootGo.^  ^ PROPRItTORS  .       MiNNEAPOUS/SHEEPSKlQTANNEBYl  NoComrnission* Charged .^  "'      I mill 1'^.." AM ,'-*��"rt.      --*% '���-.'.  Immediate  Rot urns"_ J,  .    KH4Up  Fxportcrs '  P-���A.A        A  fubs\  j^OO^ia^FIRST^AVE. NORT  (MINNEAPOLIS, ^jj-   MINNESOTA  ��  Shipments' SolIcited.TvT.^ Write^fdr^Clrculs  X.    EDB  LANDS and MINES  NOTARY  PUBLIC  CONVJSYANCER  Fort Steele,      - b. C.  CHAS. ESTMERE,.C,.E.���  '.'���"'    '' ������ A .���"'���'     '".������"      '���;      '������   T-.',    ,.  I'ieaj J^state and Mining Brok-er  A^t'.nt   for   K(|iiit.itl.lc   Life   Assni'uiicc  ������'���'' .    ('(itjipiniv.  ���   ��� . A   '-.  KIMBERLEY, B. C.  Ccn'osiMijidi'iioo Siilloiiod.  P. O.. Adili't'ss,   Ivimlierli'v via (,'iWi-  l.'i-uak. B. (.'. ',������'..


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