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 Library of Leg Asa  v- .- #  -^    (let Your .MonevVWorth.   Jf  <* '     , _      *'  *  *  Hy Subscribing  For  #   Thk Pkosi'kutou.  )  * �����  * *  * Adverll.-ing That PaVS,     *  * ' *  ^ I.s Advertising hi �� ,  .a. * Thk J'Rofii'KCTOK. #  ^* *    ���  * *  V/oi. 7.  FORT STBBUJS, 13., C, SATURDAY, JUNJS 1, 1901.  No 22.  New Advertisements To-day.'  O.iiiuiliiiii l'aclllc Ititllwiiy      1'su't'  Nullcc-W.U.Wells, CO. Lands & Works     "  If  Wr *  Jt   'MINKRAL FLOAT    J  Tracy croeK* mines are bein<>  developed more this season than  in years.  Four men aro working on the  Carbonate King mine.  Parties0 from West, Kootenay  were expert ing the Old Abe mine  last week.  American capital is flowing  into British Columbia, as'a result of the minoj'al developments  now taking place. ���   .  The yearly grant from the  federal government io bonus  load refined in .Canada is  6 LOO,000.  ��� "South East Kootenay i.s just  beginning to put forth its energies in' . a most satisfactory  .manner.  ' The splendid' showing of the  past year indicates great things  for the future of the Fort Steele  a beginning. .Ml great mines at  one stage of their history wore  prospects  Evidence is not. wanting to  prove Ihat the initios of the Fort  Steele district are prospering.  1 Surveyors arc busy running  trial liiiestup Morrissey creelc to  the coal mines.  Local parlies visited   the >,iron  mines on Bull river last week*.'  PYRAMID   MINERAL   DISTRICT.  TRACY CREEK.  dist riot. '' '       ,  ; (    We . have   here   in,  the , Fort  Steele district all tho valuable  > <metais of'commerce, besides a  - coal  ( Held    unequalled   on   the  American continent. ,    "     ,  -.   " The Fort Steele and 'Winder-,,  '  mere districts of East -Kootenay  'are'1 destined  to be  the banner  " mineral   producing districts   of  the Province:.', ,"J       ��� '       I  ���Canada'was never nioro prosperous  than" it-is todayV    But  there,"is .no. .corner of Canada'  2 thai has rich .mineral- resources  ' such .as is found in British  ' Columbia..  Two ,big   mining deals1 were  closed last week on  Wild- Horse  creek properties.  Keep your eyes ou the   Fort  Steele district.'    The ore is of a  '   high1 grade,-* aud. it will  pay you  to,keep posted on this district.  A large number of claim owners" having property on Tracy  and-Lewis creeks, are busily engaged in developing.     - '    ���  cThe copper deposits on Elk  river are simply superb; there  are red carbon a tos in great  qfRTiititles. . ^  There is tt' stir" in mining  circles over 'the recent' transfer  of property on .Wild Horse creek,  There is a promise of greater  activity in prospecting and mining iu the vicinity of Fort Steele  than for some time past.  Wild Horse crock is attracting  ' nioro attention every  day   from  There aro ,  parties busily  at. present many  engaged in seeking old channels on many of the  creeks in the ForT Stoele district  Tlie St. Eugene mine is now  employing from 150 lo l'00 men.  Work is being prosecuted energetically at the Carbonate  King mine in * the Skookum  Chuck district,'" under the management of Harry Olson.  Iron ore exists in large quantities on Bull river, in lhe Fort  Steele district.  There is some talk of a syndicate being formed to work  placer mines on Perry creek.  Fort Steele is a mining? town  situated near the center of South  East Kootenay. .".";���   ...',.-.,  Themost extensive -coal' mines  ou the, American continent, are  situated at Fernie,..'in'-- the Fort  Sleele mining division. -���'-.-.  There seems, to be no question  but what���South "East Kootenay  will have a smelter this year.  All great initios have  to   have  Tho Estella Is a,Mine. ��� Twolve Feet  of Ore Ih Sight!---Sixtcon Inchos  of Gray Copper.  I'lom Our Own Conrsiionduut.  ESTELLA.  ' The tunnel .on lho.];Rovor is  iiow in between 000 and 700 feet,  tlio tunnel has been, run along  the "foot wall. ' At ^00 feet a  cross drift was drove which  shows 12 feel of' ore. Another  cross drift has eleven feet, still  another shows about seven feet.  There is a large amount of concentrating ore on the Rover  clump.i_On the Estella tlie tunnel  is in 70 feet, and there is sixteen  inches of rich chloride and gray  copper     ore. Sloping     litis  commenced ' in this tunnel.  There is about 100'tons of ore on  this dump.     , ',  t r  WASA  AND  MAMMOTH.  The'- annual  assessment work  on these claims  was completed  last week.   ..  viking.    ������    '  ft-rundy Auluisjias two foot of  'rich galena ore on this property,  the vein widens out as the tunnel  is extended'into,the mountain.  MONTANA.    "-    "   ' '  ��� "       '1  <��� ' ,  Chas Beelihgburg has arrived  at Tracy and is making pre par *  ations for active work, .on the  Monlaua and King Sploman  claims.      <' .  SUXNYSJDE.  W. H. Shira i.s at work on the  Sunnyside, when lhe assessment  work "is completed,-ho will commence work .on the Johnny on  the Spot claim. *  iowa. ,      -    "  , L>ad Spraguc is expecting  Spokane parties in next week" to  commence work* on the Towa. . A  contract will be lei for 100 feet  of tunnel.  Messrs. Wat son and Ford aro  working on a Wasa creek property.  Frank Wilson   is engaged in  When Railway Transportation ' is  Afforded Will Develop Into An  Important Copper Producing- Camp  , -Tho Pyramid camp situated, on  Pyramid creelc, a tributary of  the nortii fork'of lhe St. Mary's  river, about two miles above the  north,and south fork. The camp  i.s live miles up tlio creek, and is  about .1,000 feel above it.  At present'Pyramid camp is  reached from Fort Steele by a  good wagon road. Io St. Mary's  hike, thenco by trail, a distance  of some 48 miles. 'Jt. is,expected  thait in the near future thai- the  Crawford Bay and Fort Steele  railway will'be completed to a  point as near the cam]) as possible.  Pyramid camp is situated -in  lhe heart of the Purcell range.  The mountains are all .very steep  and consist of a,series of sharply  pointed, peaks. The camp is  about,0,5)00 foel above sea level,  and is not far belowthe limiting  lino- "of limber growth. The  mountains rise some 2,000 feet  above the camp, absolutely bare,  while below ��� the valleys are-  covered with trees. 'The district  through which^the mineral bearing veins have been traced extend some twelve miles east and  west, and about foui'<aii]es north  and south ���,    v '   "'���  The underlying rock of, the  district is black and* ,'grav  granite. Tl is capped- ih many  places by dolerite and cliorite  trap, which shows great; denudation.' To'tho north are schists  and slates, and to the "northwest  there is a quartzite and limestone  'formation. . .The ������ granite' is  traversed north and' south by  many intruded dykes of feldspar'  and porphyry, and is < also traversed, by fissures filled with cal-  cite. Tho mineralized fissure  veins  traverse the "granite"and  that will place the property  among tho producing and  shipping mines of the district.  OFF  FOR TUR NORTI' POLE.  Tromsoe, Norway, June 1.���  The Baldwin-Zeigler "polar expedition sailed today in its quest  for���the North Pole. Thirty  thousand pounds of canned meat  were taken aboard previous to  tlie start.  PHILLIPPS NOTES.  quartzite and  divide the'dykes  developing  tt    claim   on   Tracy  creek. ,  Peter Rayuor is running a,  tunnel  on  llio 'extension  to the  o  Cashier.  Sl. Paul parties are expected  tit. Tracy next week" to close a  d<5al on tt well known group of  claims in (his vicinity  KOOTENAY CENTRAL RAILWAY  Has   Received   the    Assont    of   the  Governor General.  The Governor General prorogued tho Dominion House on  Thursday. May 23rd. The Governor General '��� ���*- ���iR*'-nif'"'d lo,  in Hi.s Mij^,;,'.-! i...ine. (.no  hundred .md I ��� - si bills, among  which i.s found. Bill -17, an Act  to incorporate the Kootenay  Central Uailway Company.  The Kootenay Central Railway  Bill having received the assent  of the Governor General of Canada, and the assent of the Lieutenant Governor '.-, of British  Columbia; there is every reason  to believe that acinar construction will commence as soon as  the survey-of the proposed route  is "completed.     ,,    ��� .  and calcito fissures al right  angles. ' They dip from 20 to 47)  degrees north of lhe 'vertical,  and run east.and west. In the  schist and slate formation, no  true fissure veins have been  found, but at the contacts between them and the granite a  more or less continuous mineralized vein can be traced, which  opens out hero and there into  large bodies of ore.  ���' Tho district is noteworthy for  its variety of ores. Some of the  fissure veins show chalcopyrito  in a gaiigue of quartz, others  show a mixture, of chalcopyrito  and galena, though the galena  contents tend to diminish with  depth. Sonic 'of the smaller  veins contain chalcopyrito in a  gangue'of calcito. and there aro  many quartz veins containing  scales of native copper. L Many  of the stringers arc rich in peacock copper. Tho contact veins  contain chiolly argentiferous  galena. The average gold and  silver contents of the copper  ores nro not vory hisrh. being  0.10 tn ii .") ounce.-; iu gold and 8  to 4 ounces iu silver.  A large- amount of development work has been done, the  ground has been well stripped  and numerous veins exposed for  a considerable distance. The  development work has been done  with a view of . ascertai uiiig the  best vei ns for open ing. up on a  large scale. During the past  three years several thousand  i'eet of tunnels, drifts, shafts and  open .cuts'have'been run. The  work done' in 19.00. was.the rep,:,  resenting of a number of claims  Railway Matters Occupy ,-the  Public  Mind. - Contractors   at   the ���  Plains���Had a Leg-  Broken.  Krom Our Own Cnrrcipoiiilt-iii.  ��� Phillipps, May MO.���The .incoming railway is still occupying  the ��� public mind almost , (exclusively. There are all sorts of  rumors in. the air, and oiie can  pick, up almost any piece of news  that seems the most satisfactory  It was said in the fore part of,  last week that the surveying'  parties on ��� the - Kootenay river  had received orders to stop work  and that another outfit had started surveying from' Kalispell.  Some are absolutely certain that  this is-true, but others ,say that  there.is not a word of truth in it  , The fact" of the matter is that  we,.all are waiting to see, what  will' turn up. However, Mr.  Whitcqmb' one of tlie- chief engineers of the Groat Northern  railway has arrived at .Tobacco  Plains and he is now inspecting  the work done on the. Kootenay  river route:  Several contractors have visit-,  ed the Plains, "looked over the,  route," find some have-engaged  for'hoi'se pasture. ,- This looks  like business, and there is a  strong "probability* of = the -railway keeping the route that has  been located.  ���' -  One of  tho  men, working on  i,        "      . i,      ��  the. right of way . was unfortunate enough to have his leg  broken by a falling tree, a few  days ago. He was removed from  the camp , to one of the hotels,  and is doing as well as could be  expected.   ,      ���' '  "Messrs. Cosligan and Mclnnes  of Cranbrook visited Phillipps  during the past week.  George Hoggarth of Elko,  visited Tobacco Plains last week  The crops in this' section tire  looking remarkably well after  the late rain.  Lester Fleet is cooking for the  surveying party.  ���^nnuTmnnnnnnnnnYTYmnTTTTTTYTTm*  | In Tunnel and Stope |  ^'liukukuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu-:-  SHEEP  MOUNTAIN.  Recent reports from Elk river  are to the effect, that a large  amount of development .work  will be performed during the  present year.  Tlll'Y  AKE   AFTKK  MOIIK. '  r-  , Il is rumored that Spokane  parties are after a well known  group of claims near Fort Steele,  As the deal is pending we,are,  unable to make any particular  mention'of the pro] ior ty. it is  sufficient r'to say, that if the  parties succeed in securing the  property they wilfget a number  of very promising claims.  FlNLKY  CHEEK   PIjACEHS. '  �� ,(���/       i  jOharles VanBlake came down  from Finley creelc on Tuesday.  He reports that a number of men  are engaged in placer mining on  the creek, that there is about  two and a half feet of "good pay  gravel, ground has been stripped  and sluicing will commence next  week.      ��� '  OL.D���ABE.   ,  ii , '  Messrs. Lowry and'Caldwell  were .experting the Old. Abe  elaini on ,13ull river last week.  It, is rumored that a deal is on  for ��� the sale of the property.  Application has been made for a  crown grant.  A meeting of the promoters'of  the  Kootenay   Centra!   Railway' which were not  crown   granted.  MOYIE NEWS.  From Our Own Correspondent.  ST.   ErCENE.  Tho steady output of silver-  lead ore from the St. Eugene  mine is attracting the attention  of the mining world, and il is  safe to assume that, tho present  output will be continued  throughout the year. The mine  is now employing about 200 men  and the concentrator is working  to its full capacity. It is.possible  that the present high water ,ih  Ih o lak e m.ay';, i n t erf ere ! with'-' th e  working of the concentrator, on  account'of interfering with the  running off of the tailings.'  AURORA.  -77V V '.''' .'  -,-'���-.  The Aurora is showing up  welly work is progressing, rapidly under the management 6f\ Mr.  Johnson; It is .possible that  another mine will soon be added  to the list of producing mines in  South East Kootenay.  SOCIETY  GIRIj. '���;.-  It i.s reported that the Society  Girl will be incorporated a't an  early day. The wagon road to  the mine, will soon be under con-  C.ompan.y was held at"the Bank  Buildingln l<Y>rt Steele on Wednesday,',  It is expected that this year, 'as|struction. A tunnel is to be run  Tailwayconstruction commences'that will tap the vein, at a.,con-  work will l)e resumed on a basis sidertible lower depth.  FOUR  FEET  OF  GALENA.  Messrs.    Spencer    and   John  who  have  been prospecting.pn  Finley" creek this season, have  discovered four ���< feet   of   clean  1 < 1    (.  galena ore on the main fork "of  Finley creek?" The strike is sit-  'uated** about 20"'miles up the  creek. ��� Assay ��� returns give a  value of KiO ounce's "in silver,  and 0;")% lead. The, owners'-,returned lo the claim this week,  and work* on the properly will  be continued all summer.    '  HAVE  STUUCIC   (JOAIj.  James Brady has struck a  large' body of coal on the oast  side of .the Kootenay river,  about lo miles up the river from  Canal Flat.. ' Four miles of coal  land has been staked. The surface indications show that the  coal is of a fair grade." though  much weather beaten.  DUTCH  CHEEK.  Parties from Fort Steele have  been prospecting for coal on  Dutch creek, but up to the present time nothing has been found.  0 1  The parties returned  to  Steele  on Monday.  SMELTER  AT   MARYSVILLE.  Some ten or a dozen export  smelter and mill men, during the  past week*, have been'looking up  the water power on Mark creek,  near Marysville. It is said that  near the falls on Mark creek'is  an ideal spot for a smelter site.  EXI'ERTIXG   PLACER  MINES.  It is reported thai representatives of an American syndicate  will.shortly:arrive at Steele to  look over and examine tlie. Perry  creek placer mines in the interest of a large syndicate.that  is, being formed, to work the  placers by improved modern  methods.   ������'(.  SWAN,. GROUP.  J. Y. Kesler litis taken.a force  of men to Upper Bull'river to  work on the Swan group.  BADGER-     V  Mr. John Sherwood is making  preparations for active development oiv the Badger and Red  Mountain claims, situate on  Perry creek*..    The   Badger-,, aiid  carrying the same ledge matter,,  free milling  gold   quart/..     Mr.  Sherwood was in town   Wednes-,  day purchasing supplies, it is his  intention to work the property  during the summer.  MARTIN.'  G. 11. Pollen lias a force of  men at work developing the  Martin and Trilby claims on  Luke creek. ���  "  :|:     KjrDberley   News  ��M-aea8a��^.4:��.��!>j��!<i��t:-i:M:>:<:��:<ji:<:ws  From Our Own < 'oiTopmideiil. ���-  The. Mount Sicker Company  closed down work on their properly on Huckleberry Hill, last  week!" '  Manager Dixon has gone to  llie,St. Mary's river district, to  look over the Home group of  claims.   '  ' Messrs Sutherland and   Drury  arrived at,Kimberley last week."  The Farrell Bros, will com-  mence work on their. Sullivan  Hill propei'ty next week. ;  Messrs. McFarlane and Maher >  has gone to the St.   Mary's, district to do the assessment  work  on a claim near the Howe group.  Finch & Jones started up their  sawmill on Friday. . -They have  1,000,000 feel of sawlogs on'hand  for cutting.  MURDER AT COLUMBIA  LAKES.  Red Mountain are |:the pioneer  quartz locations on the creek.  There-are three separate leads  running through the claims,   all  'A Chinese Cook Receives   the   Con-'  tents  of a  Shot .Gun.���The Mur-  . derer Escapes^to the Mountains.  On Wednesday morning at  daybreak,, at his ranch-, oh the;  Upper Columbia Lake," Fi-a'nk, J.  Lascelles, shot/' aiid-. iiistautly  killed- a -Chhiaum'n that" was  working i'or,him. The murderer"  has escaped into tlio mountains.  Jt appears   that  on" going, to  bed he foil depressed aud nervous and not being able to' sleep  asked   J.   Lan"-berl,   who    was  putting up'ti new house foi" him,  and sleeping iii the same house,  to keep his lamp alight.     After  sleeping   some   time,    Lambert,  was awakened by  hearing Las-  col lo.b   apparently    engaged   in1  convorsatioii'Wilh some one outside of   the  window.    Lambert  listened   for  a   short   time  and ,  then  becoming  suspicious   that  all was "not, right  went  outside  closing   the  door'  behind' hi in.  Hearing the door shut Lascelles  quickly asked who had gone out  saying   "Is  that you Lambert?  If you  don't   answer   before   1  counT  five I'll   shoot."'   Mean-,  while the Chinaman   took  woke  up and opening the door received  the entire charge of shot in  his  heck dying  immediately.     Lascelles then put on his coat, tilling his   pockets  with catridges  went out.   This occurred at daybreak aud up to the present time ���  he has not been located, he is in  pyjamcrs, and has no  shoes  on.  lt^ is supposed   that   Lascelles  suddenly became insane, as there  is  no--other- reason assigned for  committing the act.  Lascelles has beeii a resident  of North East. Kootenay, since  1802. He is a.well to'do man, of  very peculiar disposition' and  habits. He '.j.s.-a native of Eng  land.  ���'. ���.���<..'.  The police of Windermere are  searching for Lascelles.  ; Hid.  *7S.()0  oil  East Kootenay Stock  Asked.  Crow's Nest Coal..... 7 ^.S.I.OO  North .Star. '        , (ir,  Bulliviiii. .............. 81  ,   Silver-lead Quotations.  New Vork.'May '..10:'        .,.     '  liar Silver..... .'..'..   .  .Mexican dollars ':,......  Lead .......7 ..................  Copper '....'   London; -May 30. ���Silver, 27 !M0d: copper, ifi'i'is Hd: lead, ��12 os 9d. . ' '  59"  4Vi  ���4.371  llMilM TUE PROSPECTOR,  FORT STEELE, B. C., JUNE 1, 1001.
A. B. Gr-aice^
THE   PROSPECTOR,   Is   published
• very Saturday, und hus a guiirantccd
circulation larger than any other paper
In East Kootenay. It is all home Printed
• nd contains double the news of any
other paper in the district.
As an advertising medium it  is uu
• rcelled.
Devoted to the upbuilding of Fort Steele, the
development of the vast mineral resources of
tbo Cast Kootenay raining district.
Subscriptions, ,...' I 2.00 per year
Advertising rates' made known on application.
Contributions are solicited from all parts of the
dlltrlct, but all mutter hit-ended for publication
mu«t have the writer's signature.
TUIC PA PPR Is kept on tile at tbeadver.
I niO rnrtn Using UKency of Alaxandcr
*Co., Suite F.. First National Hank UuildliiK,
Spokane. Wash., where contracts can be made
for it. ,.
Thie Pa nop '"> ""ep1 <~" "'e ai K. 0.
im&„raper DAKE'S Adverll.siiii,'
Arency, 64 and 65 Merchants hxchaiiKU, San
Francisco, California, where contracts for advertising can be made for It.
The Mineral Center.
Where on tiie America ii Continent can you find a more
natural mining center than Fort
Steele. In a circle having a
diameter of GO miles, within its
circumference not less than 800
anchpossibly 1000 mineral locations; also a number of producing mines: minerals of till descriptions and variety, abundant
lluxing material,,coal and coke
within a comparatively short
distance, in fact everything
necessary for the actual main-
tainance of a smelter. It is not
possible to line! another mining
center and smelter site on the
Headauarters   for   Mining;   and   Commercial  Men
^^^^k ftft ftft
Thie Panap Is kept on llie ut the A. Me-
I III5> TdpCf Kim & Co. Newspaper Ad-
veltslug Agency. Montrcul, where contracts
for advertising can be made for It.     ■
This Pa-»ei*
store, Spokane, Wash.
Is on sale ut    .1.    W.
Gnihiiiu i&« C'o's  book
ffihe ^KO^p^XtOTC.
The America Cup Kace.
It has been, practically determined that the America Cup
race will be -postponed for ono.
month. Sir Thomas Liplon finds
that ho can put his damaged
racer in condition'' in less time
than originally estimated, and
has so cabled lo the New York
Yacht Club.
"No .Enemies  to.Punish;
Special Friends to Serve. "
L> TNLESS all signs" fail Fort
-r  'Steele will  during  the
coming summer attract attention
from all over Canada. ,  This is
no idle statement:     The mineral
resources' of  this "district   are.
•ven now, subject of comment in
all mining circles, and, the corn-
'   ment in every instance is  favor"
able.'- ' It  is  true  that a   large
number of deals foi mining properties are now being negotiated
The Fort Steele district will, be-,
fore long justify  the   faith, of
■ those who now have  staid  with
it so   many   years,   who   have
patiently    waited   for the  time
when a rail way,would, penetrate
the   district,   north  and  south,
and make it possible ,to  market
the products of the mines on the
east side of the Kootenay  river.
o *■ '
The railway is .now. in sight, and
capital is seeking investment in
.mines. The country should be
more ' thoroughly advertised,*
-mine owners are going on with
' development, capital is coming
into the district,' and claim owners have something wonderful to
show to those who are seeking
mining properties.      ■
■X-       *        -X
A leading slock broker in
London says, "Thai all eyes are
turned towards British Columbia
and especially Soulh East Kootenay. , He is of the opinion that a
large amount of capital will be
' sent'into this district for investment, and that the Fort Steele
district will have good times for
many years to come".   -    •
Prospectors, mining men and
others are beginning to show up
at Steele from the outside.
Prospectors having p mining
property3 to be disposed of
would do well to consult ,the
Prospectors Exchange in Nelson
B. C. '      '
All    Modern     Conveniences
FORT    STEELE,   B.   C.
Career   and   Character *
,  of Abraham Lincoln.
All tulure.-s by Joseph Cluiate. Ain-
biissudoi* to Great Britain, on the enreer
awl character 'of Abraham bincolii—
his early life—hi?,early .-u*u<.<-i>k-.7 nhlithe world—his character a.~ developed
in the later years of his life and hi.s administration, which placed hU name .-o
higrh in the world's roll of honor and
fame, hasJbeen published by the Chicago.1*" Milwaukee it dt. Paul Railway
and may be had by sending" six (ii) cents
in po^tiif-o to I'1. A. Miller. Qeneral Pas-
»en£>-ei' Agent. Chicago. Ul.
Large   Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.
*•>•  ",
L , ,
Business men will establish
themselves at Port Steele where
the opportunities for. doing a
good business.is better than any
other place in the district.'   "
Every prospector comi'ug into
this district comes to Fort Steele
as it is the mining center, the
outfitting and distributing point
of the district.
*    *    *
The mines in and around Fori
Steele are receiving the attention
of mining men from till quarters
of the globe. There has been a
great amount of development
work done in the district, enough
to satisfy capital and promoters
that with increased facilities for
marketing ore. which will be
furnished this year by the construction of the Kootenay Central. Railway; , this district will
become   a   large   and. constant
'A ..      *'*,*'•, .    ■ .
y As a proof of the fact that the
Fort Steele district has an abundance of mineral, many mines
are already producing and
shipping large quantities of ore,
and a. large number of claims
are under the various stages of
actual development and will become producers and shippers
when the proper means of transportation are afforded.
Notice is hereby given that :I0 days after
date I Intend to apply to the Chief CuininK-
sioucrof Lands and Works for permission to
purchase tiie followins; described lands In fia-st,
Kooit'iiay. Southern Division. Commencing at
a post planted at tlui'south west corner of H. 1».
Mills pre-emption. N"o. 710. ihenee north 'feO
chains: thenee west 20 chains; thenee south 80
chains: thence easl -U chains to place of commencement., cnniatntiif,' IM acres mole or less.
'   Ouic'd this irtih day of May, 1901-    ,
20- W. it. STJSWAKT. (
.Voiicc is hereby Riven that 30 day.s after
(laic l'Intend io apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to
purchase the following described lauds' in Kast
ICoolenay. Southern Division. Commencing at
a posi planted at the .south west corner of Wm.
Stewart's application to purchase, thence north
BO chains: thence west 20 chains: thence south
Ml chains: iheuce east 20 chains to'place, of
commencement, containing itSO acres more or
Dated thi.s Kith day ot May. IMI. <       '
»0_ ' JOHN L. GATES.
Eest  '
*  Kootenay.
.for the
cannon steel
Tins Steei, is guaranteed to lie equal to Jessop's or Firths in all
.■   Hard Rock \VoRfc.        ,   -      ,., lC   '
Sou-: Aornts
Vick's Improved American Banner
'    Extra heavy yielding:
AT   $1.50   PER   100   POUNDS
C. ELTON; Livingstone, P.O.
Grows Nest Goal <*««
Giant Powder Gompanu.
Sous   Agents -
Mining Supplies a Specialty.
Agents for the   MASSEY   HARRIS   CO., Limited.
Farming   Implements.
i ■        '*    ' t       ' - ■"
McBride Bro's.
Shellf fleavu Hardware
Stoves, Granite ware,
Powder, Fuse, Caps
Paints and Oils.
Sheet metal work of all kinds
promptly executed.
AND WOMEN io travel and advertise
Cor old established house of solid financial >tandin<r. Salary *78() a year and
ux-ienses. all payable in cash. No ean-
va-sin0" required. Give references and
enclo-o self addres-ed stamped envelope. Addre.-s. Manajrei'. 300 C'axton
Hid jr.. c'hif.'i'j".
Fort Steele   °
Meat Market
FRESH   and
R. W. ROGERS, Proprietor.
j. tak.vtiai:si*:r
Lti\"i.*i'hi<lc Am'Iiiic
Ff>rl   Slu.'h'.   U. C.
Fresh Halibut,   Salmon, Salmon Trout, Bologna  Sausage,
Butter and Eggs.    Fish and Game in Season.
Fort Steele
C©ATMIj'MPTM».V  mill
all   I.ll.Vi;   Itl.HKASKH,
J>KBILITV, (Im bnnrfio of IhlH urtlcle
nrr. niont niunlrcKl.,
. By lhe aid of The D, & I., ninnklinn, I l»'i<vi:
ROiicn rl<i uf u h.'icklnu coueh which hail troubled
ma furovvrn year, and navo gained considerably In weight.
T. II. WINGHAM, C.K., Montreal
50c. andtl  per Bottle
Bottled beer lor family use a specialty
Mutz & Scott, Prop's.
for Fort Steele . and ' vicinity  '(or
of liardy  lines 'of .Standard FVuit
I       ■
the  sale
Stock.     Small   fruits.    Ornamental   trees.
sU'rubs. etc.       Terms liberal.      'Apply now
tO .''••    ■       ■ -      |  ■      ;        ....   '.'    ;   7       ". :
Toronto. Ont.
Assorted Car of Best Brands of Flour  and   Meals,  etc.
Flour, Patent Hungarian and Strong llalcor.
Rolled Oats, Cracked Wheat, Wheatletts,
Cornmeal, Buckwheat. Flour, Split Peas,
Navy  Beans,   Lima I Jeans, Pot Barloy, etc.
Bran     Chops     Shorts     Oats     Hay.
Fleetwood Tea, a pure article imported direct from Coy Ion
try it once and you will use no other.
Fresh Breakfast Bacon,   Hams, and  Dry Salt Side Bacon,
Butter and Eggs. V , : ,•"'..,•
FIREWOOD all lengths to suit all stoves.
E. C. MILLER, .Proprietor POST OFFICE BOX 836.
AH goods guaranteed and prices also as being correct.
Send ih orders. ! '':atVFi��Ices  II:-: 7;:. ���������;������  1/ 'Y'-YA'"'  CaaNOWaiIS^  iofA.iheyyiQarAt^  WiMm  62:  :V5'V  mi;$^<mMQy  ,7y7y7^&;S&*$f��l��������^  AAAyAyyA  V^i/'SVVS'C  ^:J:;V^V7V::77.7yV;T^:7y2viVrV'i  7:V:VaVMB7ftp-^  'yy77y|��7yy^  :y76g7J:^$$&&��&^  A&AA  7.*  ylAAA^^  '"^'<H-.  A0A?  #'.��<"'���  A  j'f.A'y  i-, :$;.'&���  Ill  '���;���..-:���'���':���:  -j'.r.  AA^-i-Y  w*|*  AAA  K  Aa.  y!;|  Ay  ��A  <JV7.��  i'7"'��  ,y.  Aa  Ay  ^  'ii  Ay  'AA-,  .-j5:  yy.  'X  %yA  yyy  %  Ay  i-.-yi  Sii  }AiA  A'Aa A^'YA^YAlAAy I  AAyAiyA  KIMBERLEY, B.C.  Tli6,'i.'''inesl.l. l7.i(|iioi's iinil  Oiyars ami B(.*sl. Fui'iiislied  1 looms in Town.  J '���.."1*;". 'Q\'TES,;P.W)  ADVERTISE.  INT  ���THE  PROSPECTOn.  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  �� ���  Trade Marks  "���r-y-'DESICNS  Copyrights &c  -. Anvone sending n RUolcli nnd desoriW Ion nuiy .'  n.nIelily'n.sedrtnin.onr opinion free whether .*j:i  invent.Inn in probably patctit.uhlo.   (���..tmiiunlea:  tlonsatrlctlyeotiildenfhtl. Handbook on rut nuU  sent lreo. uhlo.st neenoy for aeeiiniitf j.ntent..i.  I'nl-ciits taken  through  Munii .'<��� Co. receive  siuciiit notice, without, chnruc. in the  ���VS^-Bgi-i  A. handsomely illustrated weekly. Ijireost, clf-  oulntion of any scientttlc jniirnui. Terms. $3 a  vn-ir: four moutlis, ��1.' Scidbynli r.ewsrie.'iler.��  'MM Sl Co.3S,Broatey' Mew York  Branch OfBco. 025 F SU Washington, D. C.  titrfeati  , SENT  approval to yonr address WITHOUT A OEHTSN ADVANCE.  SEND ��� US YOUR i ORDER, ��� stato whether you wish Indv's or nutn's  "Heel: privocolor. heiBht of frame and (rearwauled hntl.WI" tt^n.IjSltri'  TIIK "WlfKIilj c. O. p. on npi>rovnl, allowing you'to.uncruto. and ex-  nmiuo it fully before you'accept it. ]f it I.s not all and uioro'than wo  ��� clnini for it, and a. better wheel than you can pet. for nay where near ihe  pries1 from any one else, refuse it and wo will pay all express eliai-fiea  ourselves. The. "MONTROSE',' Bicycle S&;^ fc? t=n  at otuySpceitil Agent's sample price of ���*5�� | Q*"JV-'  is the greatest barcflin iu a bicycle ever'offered. Wc Kuarant.ee it ehual  tonnylMO wheel on the market, and yon need not accept it nor pay a cent  lV3.''!.''.'ii',,.'ol7,nml "}l'-" !�����<.'reuivwiit. We are KXCIj|i.��f|VE JtltJYCljE  illA.Nt.r'jVCTMMJrf.S and,take this method nf .illicitly liiirodiicinir  our 1!>0<> JU��l>j;i..s. Tills.otror of" n samplo wheel at this low'j.rlcc is  nnulo.to secure, a /RfDER A GEMT In each town to represent us,,  and take orders.   Ouru^ents make mon.'.v fast. '  Srs&SB"iwATSilreS�� mi"u!yVei'mii!'J.^  tions. Hush joint!', improved e-viiandcr devieo (,<. fiu.teu scat post nml  handle bar; Koynl Arch eroivn; tlio.eeleliritlctl .Idivln Inihsaiid Juuiiror-  tho ensicsf. ruinilni,' known;, ]{c<-��ri] "A" tires, 111,���./���..; mid 01.0 ,.f tin.  niostexi.eilsivetirCKOu the market. The genuine/(.] .Ifesin^er IFviricuic  saddle; pedalo, tools and accessories the best'..blui'i.-iblc. Knuiiu led in  black, maroon oreoaoh wain, highly liuishcd and ornamented; special  finished niekcliaj; on.all bright parts. Wo thoroughly test, every piece  ol iiintcrloi thnt goos into tills machine. ' Our l.itidinir yeur's trijtu-  iiideo h.md with each bievcle.  POKg; tonnyoneseudiiiKthc $ 1 c.r.t) cash iu full with order.we will  1 ",&-���- send free a. kciiiiIihi Jlnrdick lo.oeu mile barrel pi.ttcni cv..'lo-  .metert or 11 hljth t.'rade llonr pituip. Your money all back if von are not  perfectly satisfied. . . 1  fifSPflSJ MJSSST5I �� "We do not inanufacture the'chca,. deparW  WrB��H!r ?(>BllCES,��i htcnt store kind or wheels, such as many new)  supply houses advertise and sell as .hii:h trraile. We can I'urnivli Miem,  . stripped: orC.iii to ei2.r.0coiu)iletc. AVo do not ��uaranfi e nor r.ri.m-  ''OKE <(IiT>KIfIX<; nblcvele ol' imv 0111! else, no 111:1 Iter who or bow.  . ��� d let ns tell you how unie.i we c:in sav'cv.ui on the same machine.  "'H3F5i I? in   RB!Vf "'licel wo ean.-issistvou to KAI.'.V jV ISIOVCI-H b.vdis-  j.     ��� . WilfSHtK  IU  BU I   tribiK.liKrenlal.iOTesfornsi.fewdavs.   Wc need one person  Uneach town for this i.urpose.. Wo hnvo several hundred SKCO.NI> II A.\!�� ".VIIUEI.M taken in trade which wo  >\villcloseoiitntii<.'i to b<]1<> each; also some shopworn samples and 'Ml models very cheap. Heml for Hnrcnlu.I.M.  Ail'U lJEHjVItlljI'I'V Js un.iuestioiied. We refer to any hank or business house in Chicago, ort.oy expi-i'ss or  railroad comiiany. We will send you letters of reference direct ilroih the l.-ircest hanks iu Cliicacro if'you wisli it.  ^FMfl YflllR nHHPR <<��lny. This low price and these i.iieclnl terms of shipment without deposit will  0Ei1U    I.UUI1   VrtUER ho withdrawn very soon.   tSTGivo name of this paper. g..:  I    -J- I* MEAD GYiSLE QOM&^MY,, GMcagofm*  ���^��&S &&.& tr.&-&5-'^&: Sr'SfiS: &$���'& E?'^.'sr &'t^. ��.&&<isr.^.^i'o-    '         " if A  7i:,.*'i.';T.H,B'i'iiospj;:c;wK-.e;o ;in,W;  77sJ/7njARGKR;:TlhVN''''S'VS AAVY A.  ;5gv.    ^-..,.���-���..: :,-m,.-. ,"..,>���������. ���,'..���;, ���. - .:���?.-   ,,.ytlp.  :���'���������$���}) ������b'AIS.'.'l.; b'tlUial!:!^: 1 ���MICU.iiA'IXUM;    i..;. i .���������-.'... .r,..-^..;  iA\)AAA'A-'A.A:-A.AlYYAA'A:A-A-A'iAiAx.A.^\  7?..1iC'3:535'-3:-2.*:'3,:'iS sS>2'"3S'-2-S^5if5.'S'35=153;2''��.'23'5'2'i::-.  TlieVPaystrea^  ;��� And 1Never> Pinches ;tiut^ Stake One Kj ; tThe;Result Will-Be, To..,  ''.Your'Intei,est.7,77. A^ [Ai., AAi Ay. Ayxii :-AiAA 'y^AA'A-hA .-. ^":'A"AA.  AOfiVPRINTING OP ALL lTINOS: NEATLYyAND PROMPTLY:  ^EXECUTED..''���������-?\.A "7     A^A'a . ���������'���':���'��� ��� v    "'' : ������ '" ��� a'','������ '77',7<  n��i��m������i  IAA  ' '   7 to the djiab;.   ;,;:���:,,  A' rich l.'icl.y cured of nor ]/���.���:! !���;.  ness and'Noises'i!i;!.!.o tl^ii.i ' ]iy  Dr. 7]Sfi'cliolspn^s'   Ai'li-iiici';!,! .7-! :ir  D    l.Illl.N'-7'i":l'Vl.  '������I'K0.A0. lo  '.iif.v.  ���ititii!,o',"'..''so'.'i hat yioiU pi.'pi.iKj 'u-.i''  i'.bio'lcf''pi;o-::ai'o,l the7 Fr.vr ':,;i'h us  .iia.y have Jlitjiii frot\ ".Addi'.-ss  .\o. ���! Ir��L,;-!. . Tiny NiiViioLs^Mi !n,  sliuil.n,'. 7 HO, .Kiii'liUi ,. A\'i'iii;(\  Now y'orU.'ii.'-'S.iA-: ''';'"''���.;   V ''   .  yz <^^^**sfyi/^/%^'$fa'K/\A)/liSisri/%SV\/K^  CAVEATS, tfKADS: SVJARKS. ', !>  . ' -OCPYll'BGJ-f'TS ANSi DESiQ'K'S. '���  'Se*i'"t V'.uir bre^hicss <lu'��.>��'.t fo \y;i'sliii!r:ton, q  ; .srtvsva.. tii3t;y cohIs less, hetier si'rvin'. >  '������ II.v o.'-liT cla.i.o'ie V. S. r.i'cnt Office. TillV.)���Klh'iin. r  ���^ i-.ry cxuaiint..'.;c.as Tniel-?. Atty'o ice not dee nnlil pi'.-nt f  ������ te neenrpa PKIf-iDWAl. ATTENTION GIVIIN-13 V i'.AS", <;  ������'ACJ't'.'il.r.SiJEri'SNCE. }::.ok "Howtoohtaic I'a:ctil3,''J  ". etc., !:L'.t Inc.. .' r'.teatr.'j.'rocurofl through E. G. Siryor.i \  -, xsua'r.-j  apecj.'j.  rt,'.t-i.-,:o,- r.'ltliotlt  c:iar/;e,   il'   .'.he S  myEmtnjfErMQEi  "^VVVT/VVVVVV^h/VV^^./VVVVVVVVV'^^ O  CONTRACTORS  All   Kinds   of 'IJri'ck,  and   Stone   Work  BRICK and LIAll^ For Sal-.. PLASTJIRINC 'Promptly Done  ���V" iVp"S>. vA.'T, v. Y-t c'"'TRWTTPTr  ���'. 24f\/ci  :  Weekly  INDISI ^NSABLE   ������ '  TQMIMNG^ER  S3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.  SK.VI) KOtt RAM IM.K COI'V.  READ.   .���:,..  THE PROSPECTOR.  DIKING'-" Scientific  330 MARKET ST., SAW FEAKCISCO, C.iL.  ��� 3SH *?S^,  m  ��� 'ihi7< l.mAz (.oiiLaiij-i 0110 Iiundrod and  tin u�� tlio lje.-t iiuiuoroiis rci'.it-itioiM,'  (*i';-lirndn;-^i'.' .'���-������ro, YunV-'c, .tiij-h utij  J>uU:ii a.'-i. cla. lx.i:ii:i.i>:.^.U|imi vtrse.  as well -ir. ]nmnirou3 cm^v^itions of.  "  "'"1 nitf! ' (iiintirtt'r.    S'-nt,  jwst-  (AflMM,   with'oar ilm.Mi-.uV,"��� catiiioiriic ot  j-^-vn'1 i"Jn);s -mtd l����V-..!t:-:s l.��r only leu gi-nts,  ��a,; }l- I       ��rio^:��Tr*;--n v\' Ha^Fnrlitne O  1 THK  PROSPECTOR. POUT ST M ELK, li. 0.,  190J  ftftft^ftft^ftftft^itrft  ftftftftftftftftftftftft  ftft  ftf  ftft  mm  mm  m  m  ftft  mm  mft-  m ���  m  m .  FO  STEELE  MT  ��?  5#7  1  a  The Mining Center of the District of South East Kootenay  4*-  The Largest  Mineral Areas,  and the Most  Extensive  Coal Fields on the  American Continent  are Situated in  South East Kootenay  lr*i/- X# -  3  CtiOWd   NSS~t  C.  Agriculture  Cr raxing and the  ���    i <   w  K P '     '  ' t  Lumber Industry  ," '��� -*���   ,'  are Prominent  Features of the  District.  tC T       '      il  The   Crawford   Bay   and   Fort   Steele0 Railway   will   be   constructed   this   year.  The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway, Recently Surveyed, will pass through  STEELE  v<  And    Tap    the   Greatest   Mineral   Belt   of   the   District  V-  Ghoice Business and Residence lots for Sale  ' /  .. .    7  Appij/.tD  '.'IV  Townsite  .f> THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. 0., JUNE 1, 1001.  ��to HfKiy&p&ctov:.  SATURDAY, JUNK I. HKH.  Tlie Only Pure Talisman.  The Emperor  of Germany   is  "always meeting  with   accidents,  although on llie middle linger of  his left hand hcTweurs a  famous  talisman which for centuries lias  been   credited   w,ilh    a    supernatural    power   to   protect,   the  wearer * from  evil  and injury of  all   kinds.    "It. is a chirk-colored,  square-shaped 'stone,    set,   in   a  massive gold ring, and originally  bclongCMLto Salad in, from whom  it, was captured   by  a.   Clerinan  Uniglit under")lie walls of .Jerusalem during the  crusades.      II  afterward came into the  possession of LTJricli, tho Margrave  of  Niiremburg, who wa.s the found-  '   or  of, the  llohenzollern family.  This ring has been passed down  from   generation   to generation,  one  of  the  most  highly prized  and interesting heirlooms of the  dynasty,' but the kings of Prussia  of late generations have  seldom  worn "it until it-was inherited by  rthe   present   Kaiser.      ft" is   a  matter of discussion whether  he  .  wears j it   from   superstition   or  ordinary interest.'"''llnhas never  loft his finger since  he  came   to  the  throne, . although   by   this  ' time he must have lost confidence  in  the protective  power of tlie  jewel.    Nothing  will  save 'men  and   women   in-���this world,from  many  of Afhe conditions of sickr  ness and pnin  necessary,. to our  life  on  earth.     But there  is a  talisman   that will  make all the'  accidents, aud,pains, and sorrows  of life'to  yield   up lo us some-  .thing   that  is  for  our-good and  "blessing, and bring us to  a  safe  and  satisfactory   haven   at   the  end.       Paul    describes  it   best  of   all     when   lie    says.     "All  things  work  together foi  LIMITKD.  CANADIAN  Ml "AD   Ol'M-IOI"  -1(5 Quicks Vjotokia St.  LOjV DON,    FjSI i LAND.  UiM'j'isiJ GoijI'.muia' Offiof.  Four Stiokdk,  is. a  0. M. IOdwai'ds,.      "*'.  ��-  ( .'ion'i, Manacikk.  30,000 Acres Farm Lands  of  ir famed Kootkna v Valucy for Sadk on, easy  terms  Tn llio  payment.    I-kicks   $2,7)0   Pfa<   AUitio  nnd   upwards.     In  close  proximity to the Crow's Nkst Railway.  Lots in the lown of IOu'0 are now on the market, prices $50.  and upwards according lo situation.  Elko boa.sls of the biggest water power in South East  Kootenay, and 'will, be the junction of the Crow's Nest Southern  Railway. ��� �� a  'Correspondence Solicited.  'U'��##;*#fK<-;K-";!H'i.*"r,^  8;  The Steele House  ��� f r '  Fort Steele, B. G.  Centrally Situated on  Riverside Avenue  r >  Conducted on Up-To-Date Methods.  The Best Bar \w Town.  RAILWAY  REDUCED   RATES  EAST  31 May    -    8 June  PAN," AMERICAN  Excursions', to   Buffalo  .JUNE A,  IH.     JULY 2, ,1ft.  AUGUST 0, '20.   '  '.  Imperial  Limited  10 JUNE  For limc-lt-blua. ruler, and full 'info  illation (juiI on or n'ldren.s iiein-'csl, loc:  ���������rent.  (J. F. MANSFIELD. A��l��� Fort Steele  J.S.CARTER, E. J.COYLE;-  ^  ^  ^  ^  fflrTTTnnrrnnTTTrTTnnnTrnrTnmrnmrrTTTmrnnmTTTTTTTrmnTTTTTTTTTrTTTTTTTTTTnnnTTnfi  [ CAPITAL WANTED.    "  |      To Develop  | ,   The Rich Mineral  f      Resources Of  |     South East Kootenay.  \ Partially Developed,  = And Undeveloped, Copper  = And Silver-Lead Properties  \ Are Offered For Sale On  \ Liberal Working Bonds.  ;    EO'R   REPORTS, .AND   INFORMATION; WRITE TO  CHARLES   ESTMERE.  Kimberley,   B.C.  \UUUUlkUUUUUIlUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUkkikUUikkkUikikUlkUUUUi  Dis. Pass. Agt.  Nelson.  A. G. P. A.  Vancouver  \  The PROSPECTORS3 EXCHANGE *  0 NO.   4   K.-W^-C^ BLOCK,   NELSON,   B.C.  (Sold.   Silver-Lend  iind'Coiijier Mine-, w.-inlisd at tlio   KXOWA SG K.  GOLD   |)i'o|H'i't,it>.-  wan turf  at onco for lOastern  RRI-I'-  investors.  I 'art.ios  Ml  liaviiu  SV.  D. Mcltfeish  1 '    '��� PROPRIETOR.'  good  to thom Unit love God.  ,   The   Christian's   Gibraltar   and   Its  , Fountain.  i       , .     '.  The English.' government'have  recently' had   cut ��� four    huge  reservoirs   out   of .the   side, of  Gibraltar's rock, which arc cap-  , able of storing some five  million  gallons of* water. In the possible  event of a seige these reservoirs  would    be     invaluable    to   the  garrison.    The Christian   has  a  .better  arrangement   than   that.  For Jesus  Christ- is ��� not   only  '���The  Rock  of Ages,"   a Gibraltar indeed, but out of that cleft  Rock there is forever  springing  up a fountain of living water" to  supply all the thirst and   needs  of tlie human heart.  ' -*~ 6  GEARY   & DOYLE.  Livenj, Feed & Sale Stable.  ,!>  Fori Steele I'i.O  all  1'cjjuhir  Daily 'Sl.'i^o   ineelr  * ' ' *   .' . ' ''  trains ���itf'K'ort. Steele .FiiiicUon. lt  SADDLE & l-'AUK HQJiSFjS  ,  1 KAM1XO Ol-' A I-I.  KIN US A SI'I-CIAI/n  , .     ,  ,   .      ..  "iiMiiii"   |ii'0|)ui'i,y  for ��iilo are 'i*eri lies tod  samples of their ore to the K.VOH A'.N'.Ci F. "or exhibition.  '  We de&ire (o hear from 'prospector's   who  hitv(. *  ' elaiins. in Urilish ('olninlrfa.  io  Prospector.s - aiid   niiiiin��   nlc���   it,.e  |.,.quen1e��l  OTJANGIO their lieadquarlerh when in iVelson'.        .       -   .  All -.ninplcs .should be sent, by express, PIlEl-M ID. '  i  Correspondence solicited. ���> Address all coinmiuiicatioii  l(i   lend  pi'omininy mineral  make   t.lie  HX-  10  a    S     ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER,  f)     Telephone .No.  104.     I>. O. Ilox 700. ,'   ' ' Xl'LSO.V, H. C     f  *esese9i��eaeaeaeaeaeaeaeaeasa esesesssesesesesesesss?  MINKRAI. ACT  . (L'OltM r )      <   '  oiiiitii'ica'I'I" or i.mpiiOvi:mkn:i*.s,  Ai��ciiis    Wanted  Complete Life  of Queen Victoria  liKST I^OOK  MKHT TKIt.MS'  Out.lil .Mailed on l^ceipt of 15 centh.  Address  NOTICE.      A   '  ONTARIO MINERAL CLAIM.    ,    - .  SiLiiaio In Uic l-'ori'Siunlc Mining Division  or Snuili KiislJvooKMiiiy.        / '  Where" loeiited: On Miirk Creole, nlioul  ilirco miles from Klmborloy. .  . Tiilcc notire lliiibl. Neil McLcoif Ciii'i-nn of  Kimbcrlu.v :is AKoin jor IJ. 1) Mann. Free  Miners Curtitlcnlu No. a"Si!50 fmend HO days  Ironi tlio (Into licrcolMlo .ipply io tlie Minlim  ���RecoidL-r lor :i Certiliciito ol Improvements for  llio purpose ot oliMlnlii:; n C.own (.:runt ol tlie  nliovi* chum.  j\n<l fin-ihoi- take notice Unit notion under  seel ion :\7. musL be coinmeuced liolore tlie issuance of such' Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this Holiday ol,March. 11)01.  II- jVJ-jIL  .McLF.OU CUHRAN*.  Your   attention   i.s   called   U>    (.lie  ioneer Limited" trains of the   "Milwaukee & St Paul Ituilw.'iy." "Tlie only,  perfeet. trains in t.he world.-'  You will linrf it, desirable to ride on  those trains when yoin�� lo any point in  t.he Kahtorii States or Canada. Tlicy  connect with ,, all 'Transcontinental  Trains and all Ticket Agents' .sell  tickets.   *->  ,   , For furtlicr information, pamphlets,  etc. ask any Ticket. Aaiiiit or   '���       '   "  It.  L. TOIID.', .  Pass. A��cnt.  "    SPOICANK.  C. .r.  lODI)'.*,     ���   r  " Ceneral A yon I,  POKTLAXD.'  KIMPTON   &   PITTS  WINDERMERE' 0.DONALD  I  Merchants  Mining siiDpJies a Special  ���' . > -i  Miners going northward via Canoe River Route will find it a la  saving and convenience tp procure their supplies at Donald:  wire  The outlook I'or an active mining season at Fort Steele is  growing brighter every day.  S. C. MILLKIl  Portland.  Jt CO..  Ore.. U.S.A.  Attention Hunters and  Prospectors.  Tiidian Ajrent Calhrait.h is williny to  pay   the   sum   of   $500,   per pair,   I'or  iMountain Sheep and Goat, or either.  NOTICE.  Iu the mailer of the I "stale of ICdiuiind  Cox I'lirkur lull! or Fori Steele. 1'anehor. deceased.  TAIvl" NOTICK thill nil parlies' having  ehiiu.s uKuinsl the I'.siale ol the ahove named  lOdmund Cox I'arlior, deceased, are reiiuiied  ou or before the l.'ilh day of June, 1111)1, to send  liv mail, prcpulil. lo It. L. T. Callirallh, fori  Steele, If. C. a slatemeiil sliowhiK th<; nature  ol their claim, llie particulars of llielr accounts  aud lhe nature of the socui'iiy (if any} held hy  Ilium. ��� c  AND ''UHTIII'lt TAIvIO NOTICK that  afler the said l.'uli day of .lune the said  Kxeeulor will proceed lodKlrihute said estate,  having regard only lo lhe claims ol which he  then has notice and will not be responsible to  the holders ol claims ol which he has no notice  ai the dale of distribution.  Dated at h'orl Steele this -JOUi day of April,  l'.i.il.  IJ. I,. T. GALBRAITH  by  IIaiivey & McCj\ifi'i:ii. his Solicitors.   =r^- ������~   MlNKItAL   ACT.  (I'Olt.M K.)  Cr.K'I'iriOATE OK  IMPIIUVKMCXTh.  ���    Fort - Steele  H A K E R Y ��"  H. A in 13 , Proprietor.  ' IJIVKUSLDI'j   AVKKUK '  Opposite   Post   Ollico.  MIN'KKAI. ACT.  I WW.  (roiiM r.)  ijT.ii'i ikioati: or imi'uovi:mi:xts.  NOTICE.  iiiLlllliVt  ��D? i'cxri'  :  i vf''-' guarantee that three \  Has'cis will relieve  p,i\n quicker than any  o!l:cr. Pet up only in  ?.Zz. tin boxes and $i.C0  yai'd rolls. The latter  allovv-s yo�� to cut the  Pfcrtcr any size  o  Every  family  sciouSd Iinve   cne \  i'o5* uh e:it��''  CANTON  MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in the Fort Steele Mining Division  of Soulh JOast Lvoolenay. u     ,    ,  Where located: On Huckleberry Hill,  about four miles from Kimberley. li. C.  T.ilto notice that J, Neil jMcLcoa Cumin,  as Akciii lor P. C. Andrews, Free Miner's Certillcate IS.-MI27, intend sixty days fiom the dale  hereof, lo apply to the Jlinnif; Recorder for a  Certilicate of Improvemenls. for the purpose or  obtaining .i Crown (Irani of lhe above claim.  And furihei take nonce that action, under  section :i", must be coinnienced before the issuance of such Cei lilicaie or linpiovcmenis.  Dated ihis Kith day of March, I'.IOI.  li- NKIIj McLlSOIJ CURIiAN.  Tho'iMos-t, Comploto IIoalt.li  Resort, on  tliis'(j'onlincnt. of iVorth'Aniorioa..  Situated midstScenery unrivalled rorGrandeur  Halcyon    Hot    Springs  ��o*itl"KlisliiiiifCan:*aP:���m Kesident Phy-  ,s oaniianum sician.tNuise  .": Kxcursions  I-lalo.von .Springs. Arrow Lalce. R. C.  In lelesfraphic communication  Willi all parts of the world.  < i  Two mails nrrire and depart every day. '  Ternih, .��i15  to $18' per week, according  to residence in Hotel or Villas.  'its 1 laths Cure nil Nervous and Muscular  Diseases. Its Winers Heal all Kidney. Liver  and stomach j\ilmcnts. , , '  r  nr.ii.  \  5.1V.1 B & L;:wn��-.CE so., S  LIMHED,    MCHTRUL I  JJ::>\a:eof imlutious      i  ..���WACUaMkTflKKU.  Guaranteed $900  Yearly  NOTICE.  Old Abe, Rlaolc Prince, Nancy Hanks,  faniyut. l^rtiotion and Rlue .lay  Mineral (.'laiins  Situate in the I.'ort Steele  Milling  Division  of Kasi ICooteuay Histnct.  Wheie  located:���Aboul    two   miles   noitli  ^esLol Hull River on liuriit Creek.  TAKK NOTICl'' thai I. Kennelh L. Hurnet  (anein ror the ������Caldwell Mines Limited ' I'icc  Miners Certilicitc No li. Itl-ITS). P'ree Miner's  Certillcate No. IJ.'HI 110, intend, sixly day.s from  the date hercor. to apply lo tlie Mining Record-,  ' er Tor a Certificate uf .Improvements, lor the  purpose of obtaininj; a Crown Cram, of the  above claims.  And further take notice that action,  under  section 3", must be commenced before the issuance of such Ccrlilicule of linprovemeiits.  Date.l this second day or May. A. D., 1901,  IS- .     KKNNl'Tff L. HT.TRNKT  Salary  .Men and woino"  resent iis. ,-o" i ��� ,  .ig-cnts. otlii"-, Jor  after our in'-erosi-  teed ye;i -!y: exi,  expenses, rapid ,  talilished hodM*.  earnest man or women to secure pleasant, pcrmanonl p sii.ion, liberal income  and future. New. brillhinl, lines Write*  at. once.  BRANDON  MINERAL CLAIM.  Siluate in the Fort Steele Minim; Division  or Soulh Kast Kootenay.  Wheie located: On Huckleberry Hill,  about rour miles Ironl Kimberley. li. C.  Take notice thai I, Neil McLeod Curran  its Awnt Tor T. Mayne Ually. l-'ree Miner'sCer-  lilicate No l!.:il.."iii. intend sixty days Irom the  dale hereof, to apply to the MIhIiik Recorder  for a Certillcate ol Iinprovi'inrnis for the purpose nl obtaining a rjrouu Cram or the above  claim.  j\ud lurllier take notice that action, under  section 1IT, must be Commenced .before the issuance of such certilicate or improvemenls.  U.ucd this llllll day ol .March. 111(11.  1^- NKJL Mcl.KOU CUURAiV. A(,'ent.  East Kootenay  Bottling Co.  >   .       SOLE AGENTS for ���  Canton  StcerCompany  vVindormere, Goltlon and Donald  Mining Divisions.  Agents at  Windermere for the California Giant Powder Co^  IN. HANSON, I  ������' ..-"/l ftfifli-o^s re;i-  ��� i ... ���' ..,:;) *i:r,mu  '.)ci.   .\(.r,c   looking  ;��� O'l .>.ii ,ry "itariin-  , coin,Missions and  I vancc'iient. old  e--  C'rand   chance   for  STAFFORD    PRESS.  2,'t Clmreb St.. Xew  Haven.  (.'on n.  CROMARTY    MINERAL   CLAIM.  .  Siiuale in.Ihe Fort Steele Mining   IJivision  or South Kast Kooienay  Where located: On Huckleberry Hill.  .llmni ior..-1.,",!(" i ��� ,���>���!: 'irim'i. rlev  It ('  T.i ke noi ice ih.il 1 Neil Mel..'od Curran as  Akoiii, lor H. >. While Fice Miner s Cei I ilicale  NTo U.:il..*)il. inlend sixty d.tvs Iron) the date  heicol. io apply in the Mining Recorder lor a  Ceiuticate ot impro\euients ror ihe purpose  ol nbl.inline a Ciown ll ram ().'��� the ahove claim  Aiidlurlheri.ikciKilici.lli.il aclion. under  section :17. must, lie cotninenced before lhe issuance ol such eel tide.lie ol improvements. ^  H.ili'd ihi.s Kiih day of M.ncli. 1901.  !^- NKIIj McLIOOI) CtTKHAN. Akciii.  Aerated waters  Of all kinds.  Syrups, Champagnes, Ciders,  Ginger Ales, Etc.  Soda   water  in   siphons.     The   most  rononiical way to handle it.  General iVlercHatit  Liquor Dealer.  AND  rr Manufacturer of all Kinds oi'Lumber.       A large assort-    '3  ��r ment of seasoned Lumber and Shingles always   ���        j2  j~ _-_r_L          on hand. '                                        '3  g DIMENSION     LUMBER     A'    SPECIALTY.          3  NOTICE.  TAKK NOTICK thai the p.utneishij) here-  Inforooxisliin.' between llie nuclei signed under  the muni slvlr and llrm ..I lhe h'oi I Steele  HrowniK ('onip.in\ " lias I his d.iv bi'en dissoh ed  bv mutual consent jMlierl JIul/ iindC.'coi^e  11. Scott will continue, llie business under the  same liriii name. 'The said Scott and'Muu will  assume all the liabilities of the paivluorship.  ami all debts due the partnership lmisi. I'm?, paid  fo them.  Dated at Fort, Steele this -JSUi day of March  1001. "'      $     ���.:      '     ' ���'' ���  ALl'l'iHT  iMUTX.    '���'. ,7  GKORCK H. SCOTT.   ,  i . ���        LOUr.SK' SICK.     " "   '���  FULL    HOUSE    MINERAL   CLAIM.  Situate in the 1'oi t Sleele Mlmin;   Division  ol xnilh K.isl Kootenav. ,  When- located: On Huckleberry lllll  aboul lour miles hum I'iinherloy  li. ('  T.ike notice that I N'i ll .Mcl.eod Curran as  Ajjciii Tor A. Maude Williams. Kree Miner>  Certilicate No. H. .'il.:"l. iiifaid slxly days from  the date hereof, to apply M) the Mininn I{t;cord-  ei' for a (.'orlillcale . of lniprovemcnlK. for the  purpose of oluaiiiin^ a 'Crown Crant of tho  above claiiii.  ���And further take notice thai, action, under,  section :>7. must be eoiiinienccd before the issuance of such certilicate of improvements.  Dated this Kith day or March, 1001.  12- NKIL MoLI'.OIJ crjURAN.'Agent.  ANDREW   NEIDIG  GONTRflGTOR     and    BUILDER  HOUSK AND SICN PAINTING  CALCI.MIN1NC" and l'Al'KI* IhiNCINC  FORT STEELE, B. C.  Ht&F   AH   work  promptly- done.  HIGHWARDEN & SON.  PIONEER  BARKER: SHOP  Everything Strictly First Glass.  Next door to the Prospector.  WflS'fl.  BG.  ^iuiiuiiiuiiuiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiii'iiiiiiiuiuiaiuiiuuuiiiiiumiK  The  Waldorf  FERKIE, B. C.     OLD TOWN  SPLENDTD ACCOMMODATIONS  Sample Rooms for Commercial Men  No Traveller Should Pass the Door.  The trail runs within ten feet of the, house. Good  Barn and plenty of hay and grain. If you patronize the  Waldorf you will never, regret it. ���  H.   A.   KANOUSJ3,... ���-      -    Proprietor.  1 p «?J&
North Star Lodge
NO. 30.
A. P. AND A. M.    ' G. R. B. C.
'Krgular meetings—1st Tuesday In eacb
mouth at eight o'clock. Visiting Uretbern are
cordially invited.
a'. C. Nelson, Secretary.
®Jye $}x00p£rtxix.
SATURDAY, JUNE ], 1(101.
Beautiful weather.
Rocky Mountain Chapter
"     " SO. 125. IJ. A. M.
, Regular meeting*—2nd Tuesday in
eat'h month at eight o'clock.
Visiting*    Bret hern   are   cordially
ft. L. T. Galbraith Scribe E.
Professiotia I.
Geo. S. McCarter. - J. A. Harvoy
Banisters,  Solicitors,
Notaries Public,
Conveyancers etc.
The Kootenay river
hi ah water mark.
is  above
R.   D.   Mather  returned   1'rom
Cherry creelc on "Wednesday.
M. A. Bealo spent several days
in Steele, during" the early pari
of this weelf. „
We believe that South East
Kootenay is one of the greatest
mining- regions in Canada.
Prospecting for-coal is going
on all over South East Kootenay
The Kootenay Central-Rail way
is'to be pushed aheadf this year
notwithstanding all' reporis to
tlie contrary.
W. R.
Fort Steele,   B.   C
T.   EDE
'■    LANDS and MINES'   ,
Fort Steele, B. C.
Fort Stikl* Devklopmicst Syndicate Ltd
12* Leadenhall Street, London, Kngland.
Douglas Corsan  ,
,'    ,"    . (CM-Mh.)    '       \
' \°
'OFFICE—Riverside Avenue. * ,
< ' .A ' l ■ l
Next Door to BleasdeU's Drug Store.
R.L.S. & CE.
Port Steele B.C.
A small force is at work repairing the Windermere road
north of Wasa.
■  Robert Little was in'  town
It is beyond question that the
coming year will be one of great
progress in-the Fort Steele district.
A number of Steelites attended the Cranbrook celebration on
Monday aud Tuesday. '
E. G.' Woodford left Fort
Steele on Thursday on a vi-"ir to
Winnipeg. «       ■'  '
Highest Honors, World's Fair
Gold  Medal, Midwinter Fair
Avoid  Jinking- Powtlors   containing
hIuiu.   Thoy »re Injur" vim lo health
CM. Keep and George Watson, returned from a fishing
trip to Fish Lakes on Wednesday.
Mrs. R. D. Mather was
visiting at Kiuiucrloy during the
early part of this week.
The I). ..v L. -Menthol I'luster i.s the
most largely Mild in Canada. For backache'•and all niuM.-ulur pains there's
nothing' equal to it. Each plaster i.s in
nn air-tight tin, iV.. Oavis A: Lawrence Co.. Ltd.. maker*.
Petor Larson, a prominent
mining man of this district, re-'
turned to Steele on Wednesday. •
 *      c
A large number of home seekers arrived at Steele, this week.
They are looking for ■ agricultural laiid in tho Kootenay
Mrs. JV A. Harvey and
daughter left on 'Tuesday for
Chicago. They will visit Toronto
and other eastern Canadian cities
before they return.
John   Sherwood   returned
Perry creek on Thursday.
Have you' renewed your
miner's license for this 'year?
All licenses expired yesterday.
Mining  properly   in   the Fort
Steele district is in demand. -
' J. Y. Kesler, manager of the
Star Group of mines, arrived,,at
Steele on Wednesday.
,A Great Builder.—The D &L. Kmul-
.sion of Cod Liver Oil is a great builder
Tt "jives weight, adds healthy tlesh, and
overcomes any downward tendency of
health. Davis. & Lawrence Co.. Ltd..
makers. ,  .        . ,,
■ A road gang left' Steele on
Thursday of last week to work
on lhe St. Mary's road.'      '     '<,
• ' .   " AND  '
Fort   Steele   B.C
Shaving 1$ Hair Dressing Parloi
""  Neil to Oriental Hotel
''    o
All kinds of hair work      v
a specialty.
A.J GREZ,   -   -Proprietor
Rocky Mountain Avenue
Fort Steele, B. G.
Construction will ' bo commenced on the Crawford Bay
and' Fort   Steele    railway   this
year.    ' ■■'   ■
On Wednesday, Don McKay in
charge of a small road gang left
Steele, to work on the Wild,
Horse trail.
North Star Lodge, A. F. and
A. M. will hold,their regular
monthly .meeting" on Tuesday
evening, June 4th.
Sherwood came down
from the Perry creek mines on
Victoria Day was loyally observed in the,Fort Steele district.
. The first race of tho. America's
Cup will take place September
The Fort  Steele Tennis Club
have   a ■ -practice    game   every
afternoon. - ' '• *
Fori Steele Flour and'Feed
Store can supply bran, shorts,
oats and all kinds of flour and
meal, hay baled or loose.       * 0
M/ B. King and wife, Mrs.
Beattie and Dr. J. H. King were
visitors at Steele on Thursday.
Ranchers should be securing
their seeds. The Fort Steele
Flour & Feed Store have a limited quantity left after delivery of
orders, of seed oats, -wheat and
peas, timothy, red clover and
red top. * .
A large number of strangers
have come to Fort Steele during
the past week. w,
- Keep your eyes on Fort Steele
during the next two months, it
will pay ' you, for there is good
times coming, and the Kootenay
Central railway is not far away.
Al Jones returned to Steele on
Monda v.
It is rumored that there is  to
be a wedding in town next week.
Colonel. Henderson and wife
came up from the~ ranch on
E. H. Hughes of Spokane was
at ihe Imperial on Friday.
Alex Cameron of Kimberley
was at the Windsor on Friday.
A.    Bale    came   down
Marysville on Friday.
G. N. Gilchrist of Nelson avus
registered at the Windsor on
"Eriday.  '
Well printed stationery advertises your business. Get it done
at The Prospector oftic.o.
r_^ _„ ...—u-- -x
Late Telegraphic News'|
'•pedal to Tin; PjiosPECion.
Boston, June 1.— Repairs on
the Olympia, Admiral Dewey's
flagship, were completed today.
The principal changes were
made between decks; $500,000
was spent. She is lo proceed to
sea forthwith
( Munich, June 1.—Artists of
tho United Stales are liberally
represented at the International
■Art Exhibition at Munich, which
opened today and which will
last to tho end of October. The
exhibition is held in ,the Crystal
Palace. ' ' *
Ihifjjalo,' N. Y.. June 1.—A
parade of trotters aud pacers
was witnessed ' here this afternoon by an enthusiastic crowd
of horsemen. A series of wagon
races,was hold on'tho old Buffalo
driving track after the parade.
New "York, June 1.—The talcing of testimony in the contests
over   the  two  wills  of   William
f *
Marsh Rico'was again adjourned
by, Surrogate Fitzgerald today.
From the arguments of the various'lawyers engaged^in the contests, it .appears that the hearing of evidence may1 hot take
place-l'or."£>everal years to come.
Berlin, June 1.—All tho prominent sculptors in the Empire today submitted * "designs for ' a
Wagner monument to be erected
at Berlin. They will be considered by a jury of twenty! The
best ten will first, be selected,
each receiving a prize of S587f>.
A? fui'ther examination ' will be
made, and prizes of $625, $150
and §250 respectively will be
awarded. The final choice will
be from among these three.
'"' Rochester,, N.' Y., May'31.—
Today's .annual cruise of the
Rochester Yacht Club proved to
be tlie biggest in years. ' One
hundred yachts are in line. The
Detroit Boat? Club's . syndicate
"Cadillac" is here and competes
with the Genessee, which is the
local defender. ,
General     M e r c li an t
Fort Steele, B. G.
For Patent Medicines.
Kor Fresh  Fruit.
For  Fishing Tnclcle.
I'or' Newly Laid Eggs,
For'JStationery in Great Variety.
h/umnWiinjinjiJUUi^^ -j
Canadian Bank of commerce
Paid up Capital *8.000,000: Reserve Kiind '*2.OO()T0O0;   ■
Aggregate Resources Over *'15.0011,000.
London Office; (10 Lombard Street, i;. C
Sew York Office;  1(1 lixuliungc  Place.
c ,
And (58 bi'iinohiiS in Canada, the United States and Rrili.-di Columbia.
Cranbrook Branch.
i Fort Steele Cigar Store i
2E: "'                 Fort* Steele,   B.  C.               "" 3
•-~ ,/ In Cigars, Cigarettes; Pipes and Tobacco.              ' :~s
5^- Finest .Variety of Pipes and Smokers Onlh't ^S
SZZ     ,      '     In the District, Including Meerschaum, 13. B. B. ;~s
8~j '•          Alpha, and Other Brands. Z2
£^ Imported and'Domestic Cigars.at Lowest Prices. ''=:2-
&P ,  Billiard and Pool Parlor and Reading    °: ^
£!E , " V    ■ Room in Connection. "                  .'•'„'        '.'"' 3
&z\ '   C.'P. R. Ticket aiid Telegraph Oflice, and Canada ,' 3'
^' ' Western Telephone Office ih Store.     .   '                    > ." 3
Now is the time to pay your
subscription, 'and • The Prospector man will be pleased to
give you a receipt i'or the same.
' Tf you want all of the mining
news of South East'Kootenay,
you must subscribe for, and road
Thk Prospector.
Dave    Griffith  visited
brook on Monday last.
T. 6. flrmstrono
Fort Steele, B. C.
Tinware, Galvanized Iron, Sheet
Iron,   Stove'.Pipes nnd
Plumbing,  Pipe fitting and   all
kinds of sanitary work
Air TiQht—Hot Blast Stoves   .
Hydraulic   and   Air   Pipes   for
.     y Mines
AND WOMJiX to travel and advertise
for old established hou^e of solid linaii-
cial standing:. Salary "s"80 a year and
e.xpenhes. all payable in cash. Xo c;in-
vas*)in<r required. Give reference.*, and
enclose .self addressed stamped envelope. Address Manager, ."loo ('axion
Bid"-.. Chicago.
It  is  feared  that the
creek bridge will go out.
Mines and mining make towns
R.   L.   T.   Galbraith returned
on Tuesday from a business trip,
to the West Kootenay reserve.1
Charles Estinero of Kimberley
visited Steele on Wednesday.
N. A. Wallinger returned from
Dutch creelc Tuesday;
C. M. Edwards came up   Trom
Elk river on Wednesday.
St. John's Church of England.
Services will be held in tho
Church of St. John lhe Divine
every Sunday evening at 7:.'30.
Strangers are welcome.
Christian service will be conducted in the Presbyterian
Church by the Pastor Rev. D.
McK. Reid. B. A. every Sabbath
evening at 7.H0. Sunday School
at 2 p.m.
All are welcome to our services.
Government Agent Armstrong
went to Fernie ou Sunday last.
Will Advertise the Province.
Tins Prospector has received-" from the Minister of
Mines, a pamphlet.prepared' for
free distribution at Glasgow and
Buffalo: Expositions. Lt oon-
tainsy a short history of the
Province, a.synopsis' of British
Columbia mining laws, a summary of the progress of mining
during the year 1000, and the
mineral production to date.
Notes From Fernie.
From Our Own Correspondent:
Owing to the steady rains and
melting snow, land slides are of
daily occurrence,between Hos-
mer and Crow's Nest Station,
but the railway, company are
taking every precaution to prevent accidents such °as lately
happened,, and have a largo
force of men watching the track
along the dangerous places.
The tunnel at tho Loop is
making fair progress, it has
boen driven some eighty feet, it
is well timbered.
The coking ovens now building are making satisfactory progress, although the contractors
aro occasionally delayed for
want of sufficient building stone
which is not delivered as rapidly
as required to keep the workmen steady at.work.
A race is on"between the Canadian Pacific and Crow's Nest
Southern railway surveyors, engaged iu running a line up Mor-
risey crook. There is room for
only one track, and llie rival
companies are ti-yin<j_tp survey,
plot and record their route in
advance of the other.
g     Mansfield & Cbtterell,,    j|
'£: '■'     - Proprietors. ^
Monte carlo Restaurant.
Eveiything Cooked
"as vou like  n\"
WM. ROBINSON, Proprietor
General    Merchants
Port Steele, B. C.
Post Office   Store.
Consisting of 28M acres 'of bol.tom limit
nine"miles norl.li west of IVorl, .Steele;.'oil
blie Kootenuy Kiver. Title perfect.
Fenced, dwelling-liou.se. stable, c.'UMe
sheds, root house, etc. 7 Kor. particulars
app.y to P. A. BALK, P. O. J'ox No.
810, Port Steele. B. C.
Graduate   of   Champion
College   of   the   United
"Upliolstering and  General
"Furniture Repairing.
All Work Guaranteed. ■'■■'>
Telegraph" or  Mail  Orders
Promptly Attended to.
P. O. Box 127.
Sti:\m IJoii.uh lN.si'i:o"rous' K.\a.mination.
IM'IjICATIONS foi oxiiinliiuiluii for Stoiim
IliilIurluspocLoi*! will In- nicuivfil hy Ukj
Oilier Inspei'lor ol Stoam lloilcrs. Now WVsi;
iiiinslur, 11. 0., up Lo June KMIi, I mil. j\p|ill-
•'iinis miisl hu Iiulwuuii lln; iluos nl *.'."i mill 5(1
ycai-H llioy imi,sl liavu liatl nt li-ast live years'
pracik-iil worlcsliop oxpcrloiice as machinists
<u- holler niulu'r.s. and must, al.so liavu n
l,lioioukIi iimlcisLuinlihtf of sK;ain ciiKlnoerliii?.
Fmins ror pari.lciilai'.s may he olitnliioil, on
■'(■(lUChi of iiiU'iuliii!,'ap]illfaiiLs, ironi llio Chief
IiisiK-ctor of Stenni Hollers, New Wusunlnster,
H. C, anil must be properly tilled in and ru-
lurnod io him on or bofoit; Ihu ahovu-
iiiunLlnnud dam.
Tliuciimlidiiics suluctcil for examination uill
then he. notilled as to date anil plaee of examination.
The salary will be it 100 per month.
W. C. WKM.S,
Chief Commissioner of Lands tl' IIVn/.v.
Lumh ami Works Dejiartmoit
Victoria. IJ. C. ..'.;ml May, moi.
Fort Steele
Diamond Jubilee
.   MATRON. 	
i Graduate of St. TJukes hospital,   7 ■
• •  ■  ■   ■     ,. Vancouver,'li; C.
This Institution' lias .been'recently
enlarged by a new wing- >vhiclr is now
open .for reception,'of jiatients. I.for
terms apply to •    ,".'•
:   Matron.
.1. F. Smith, Sec.
Fori, Steele, B.C.
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