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 J-ibi firj of Lctf Afs  *.*V -J. ^.A ^- >*),���&  ���A - ^--.     -i- '-A ,-<-v J  |�� Devoted to the upbuilding 7,  ����� ' 4-  % OF    FORT STEELE. *      '  ����� '���?���  #��� jiul<']ici:>ii'!ii in    I'olii!<���-*.    ff-  �� ��� *���  ��*��#���*��� **��������**���*#��-* !(-��-* * ***#����  -at a  '.  n-.F.  :-:''"'SPkctor con-  '"���    TAIN'S ALL /PUBLIC NO-  '���   "ICSS A\D GIVES THK  ���&���    LATEST TELEGRAPHIC  '#' AND LOCAL NEWS.  3*  *  ��  *  *  Voi. 6\  POKT  STEELS, B.  C,  SAT^DAr, JULY31~lQOO.  PERRY  CREEK.  T'ine   Showing: of Gold  Quartz.--Exceptional Placer Fields:1  There are plenty of gold quartz  J edges   on  Perry   creek.      The  ledges are all   free-milling:  gold  quarts.    One of the most   promising properties on the creek  is  '   ,'ftti Badger utid  Red  Mountain,  owned'by John Sherwood.    The  Shakespeare. New York'Jewelry  iShop, and London Treasury Box  have   also  vc great  showing of  mineral.     The  ledges are  true  .fissures and run in a straight line  ���>  /or over eleren miles,   it  is the  opinion of practical  mining men  ihuA, Perry  creek   will   make  a  1 great free gold camp.  ,y,.\nr.Kii   and'keij   moi'xtaix.  It- was  during  the year   189.1  '    iha,t the tirst quartz location was  ��� made   by- John  Sherwood,  and  the following year a large  number of locations were made,    i  On the Badger and Rod Moun-  ���-liUJi Mr. Sherwood lias performed ;i large  amount   of development work, 'and ,has shown  by  ' Jib   work   the  faith   he   has   in  Perry'creek.   ' The  surface deposits being composed chiefly of  di'composed roek and carbonates,  ' the. mineral-bearing quartz being  a very soft formation  as  far  as  uncovered.  The formation seems  to be granite and  augite,     The  U-ftiid of  the   main dead   has   a  bearing of abqut twenty degrees  east ofmorth. and seems to cross  the e'rreek about two miles above  tlifi old shaft. ' ,'  Mr. Sherwood has run over  ;-5fn'�� feet of tunnels and drifts on  these claims. The ledges have  u u average width-.of from, live'to  Afor feet, gradually spreading out  varies  in   width   from    four   to  twenty feet, aud  can   be  traced  over all three claims.     There is  a parallel ledge showing on   the  Silver Crown.      The Silver Belt  is an extension of  the  Paradise  on    the    southwest,    and    runs  southeast.       At   the   discovery  post an open cut has been made,  which .ilii.w., two feet of carbon-  ates from  which   seven   average  assays gave a  return  of $!i.">, in  all values.     About 2")0 feet from  the discovery post  an  open  cut  shows the ledge eight feet wide,  Iwith  about  four  feet   of   black  sulphides and gray copper. Considerable work has been done on  the Silver Crown.   On this claim  there is a ledge about three feet  wide with from twelve to eighteen inches of clean galena, which  assays 6K per' cent  lead .and  5a  ozs.   in  silver.      No   work   has  been done on the Silver Cap.  PROVINCIAL     HOUSE     OPENED-  .���as deplh is obtained. Assay returns show values from ��20 to  i*ltf0 dollars in gold. ,  i -Mr. Sherwood has this year  opened the main ledge on' the  surface for a distance of 500 i'eet,  sank four shafts, and the ledge  has an average .width of eight  fees. Work will be continued  through the winter. Cabins and  buildings for the men will be  ���erected, and a  quartz   mill   will  Mining- Notes.  ���  It is-learned  that  a> diamond  drill will shortly be' installed On  the PJig Chief mine.  C. H. ��� Wolf,' secretary of the  Sullivan Mining Company, was  in town on Monday. He says  that the new compressor has arrived, and there will be no delay-  in putting it imposition.  It wa's reported early 'in the  week- that the War Eagle and  Center Star mines of Rossland  had been sold to the British  America corporation.  , The Dupont group of mines year were,,successfully prosecut  are.now listed on the Montreal |ec^ 0Llt it is too early in'Lhe season, to indicate the result of the  present year's operations. I observe that since'the correspondence ^between the Government  of British Columbia and the  Federal and Imperial Govern-/  ments relative to 'Asiatic inimi  gration. has been published, a  large influx of Japanese has tak  Extracts    From    Speech. - Condition  of the Province. - -Ba Hot Boxes  Recovered.  S]��:ci:il in Thu I'kijm��k< rim.  Victoria,     July     Hi.���Queens  weather marked the opening  of  the legislature by her local provincial   representatives   this  afternoon       There   was   a o large  crowd   present,     including'   the  officers of a C'hilliati man-of-war  in port.    The usual ceremony in  speech, after regretting the war  going on in' South  Africa,  and  trouble also in China,   Lhe   local  support given by Canada to the  Mother J Jo un try   was  favorably  commented    on,    and    notwithstanding   a   temporary   wave  of  depression,  was   pleased   to announce that-the country was in a  fairly'prosperous condition. Metalliferous     mining   was    more  particularly effected,, had resumed a more nominal   condition   of  activity, and 1 anticipate a largely   increased  'output    for   the  present year.'     Coal  mining  in  East* Kootenay and   on  Vancouver Island are on  a  prosperous  .basis. vthe  output   in   the   year  past exceeding that of any- other  year.    Lumbering- is in  a   prosperous condition and foreign'demand   continues  active.      Agriculture, including fruit-growing,  dairying, stock-raising and other  branches, ,is   making   progress  w.ith prospects of ultiuate great  development.    The fisheries last  No 29.  are hovering off the coast of lhe  province of K wan-Tung with orders to intercept any vessel, no  matter what flag it flies, having!  the viceroy on board and secure  his person.  It is resoived to hold,Chang as  a specie of hostage as it appears  thai Sir Henry Blake, Governor  of Hong Kong, has obtained  strong proof that the old viceroy  of Canton, in spite of his professions of friendship for foreigners., is in thorough sympathy  and league with his old friend  and patron, Tuan.  CHINESE   WAR.  Russians   Defeated. ���Driven  Tashican. ~Pei-ho River Full  of Dead Bodies  JAP3 AND CHINESE.  Fie-ht  -Japs  in    British,   Columbia,  n      Had the Best of it.  Vancouver,   July    Hi.���There  was  a   desperate  tight between  on  one  side  about 200' Chinese  Russian   Government Declares "that  the legations Were Murdered  On July 6.  Special iuThb Pkospkotob  Loudon.   July  '20.��� The Daily  Express publishes the  following  dispatch from Ceefoo dated ,yes-  .terday:    "The Russians-are hard |  pressed   around    Niu   Ch'wang,  and   have   been   expelled   from  Tien Chawang Tai. the scene  of  the great fight during the China  Japanese  war  where they  sustained heavy looses.    They have  also been compelled to  abandon  try should suffer for lack of cap  Out  0f|'ta'to develop the mines.     One  thing   is   certain.    South    Ease  Kootenay  cannot  remain   much  longer unknown.     The  time  is  not far distant when  capitalists,  seeking investment in mines will  visit the country, and then  will  commence an era of  prosperity,  for tlie district as a whole, such  as was never dreamed of.  RUSSIA AND CHINA.  Has Russia Formally:Declared War.  Chinese Ambassador Gets  His Passport.  , New York, July 20.��� Ti is reported that the Russian 'government yesterday handed the Ghi-  Tashicau   by  a   large   body   of nuse envoy at St. Petersburg his  Boxers, here again the Russians  lost heavily, but it is reported  that, they  killed  seven  hundred  ln,i orir, T . '      ,        , ui.il, uuey   Kuieu   seven   hunt!  ind 200 Japanese on the other at ,,f .,,,��;.��� .,��..i;i..���f -     ti,��� m ���  .., i -      , ��� _, ��� oj men ci.-5>aiiauts.    i he Chinese  t^eor^^ ��e  me oig strike is  on.   on  Satur-  day night.     The trouble is over  the Oriental war.   Three or four  .Japanese   and   Chinese   stalled  fighting when the others  joined  in.     The row was too big and it  was thought.the coroner   would churiu    bm  villi *-.)���:��� y*��  "be placed on the property before certainly  exchange.     Twenty-live cents is  being asked for i,he stock. d  Tom Roberts is making a cleanup on the property leased by J.  E. .Humphreys and others oh  Wild Horse credk.- '.- ,  . Ban Quauisalso making a  clean-up on one of his leases 'on  the same creek:  " On the Star group on Bull  river development work, is being  pushed at a great rate.  It is most encouraging to witness the continued active devel-  opmenfc of the claims in the vicinity of Fort Steele.-    There is  be needed, but the Chinese' seeing that broken heads were becoming numerous among, them  and that many ques had been  cut, decided they were getting  the worst of it and ran for shelter, the Japanese following them  up and beating them until they  had prawled into their hovels on  the Fraser river bank.  make,a mine that will add some  what to the fame of East Koote-  ,   ,, ��iiy.     He  is  now  cross-cutting  en place, audit is the  intention  on a cross-lead to tap   the  main  of   the    Government    to    make  ledge.    On reach.ns   this  lodge  1 The Golden Five.  W.-S. Rogers. <who  has   been  in town "for  several   days,   says  he   purposed    to    develop    'the  ,.,   , ,      v,.       . l I "i   puMcoaiuu   ui   ueuuiie ��� news  Golden * ,ve-in a thorough mair-  Uuil al) for0lVwn.8 in Pelcill wero  ner, and believes ui a short time to | massacred uu July (Jlll, ,\ia}mn.  railway north of Tashican. The  Russians 'are now in Niu-  Chwang." There is little-doubt  that the Russian authorities  were not prepared for such an  organized movement in Man-  thoy have taken  brisk measures and believe that,  China will soon be too much preoccupied with ��� military, operations around Pekin, to conduct  serious0operatious in the north.  The 'Chinese 'ascertious that  the members of .the'fbreign legations are safe,have been'so often  reported that they are again beginning to1 raise hopes in some  quarters. 'According to the  Daily Telegraphs St.- Petersburg-  correspondent, however, the  Russian government is already  in  possession  of definite   news  passport, and requested him and  the members of his legation to  leave thecountrv.    '  Big- Strike Reported on Sand  Creek,  It is reported that a biy sirike  has been made on   the   property  owned by Mc-BaiW and   Bishop,  located on'Sand creek.  The lead  has been, uncovered for a distance  of 2i 10 feet,   and  it   is   ��ix   fuet  wide.     The ore  is  sai'dto  run  high in copper.      The   property  has been considerably developed  and it is said  that   the  present  showing will enable the  owners,  to commence shipments, if itwa*  desired inside of two weeks. '  tlm snow comes  ' sH.vkrcsi'KAitic CLAIM.  This claim is situated on Perry  creek, and has several large  3ojj��Js that run through the property. It is a free-gold proposition- During the past month a  force of men have been employed doing the annual assessment  ���work; and it is reported that in  -sinking I"i feet the gold values  in the ore more than doubled.  0The outlook for placer mining  on Perry creek during the present year is exceptionally bright.  ���TJie Perry creek placer mining  ���f.'OMipany will work- a number of  Mien, and arrangements are be-  nig made, to put in a modern  hydraulic plant. A'number of  rn��n left Kort Steele on Wednesday lo worlc the company's property, which is silualed^ near lhe  fails.  many a ' promising  property in this part of the district. '    '  There is every indication that  quartz   mining   on  Wild  Horse  creek"'jind its tributaries will  be - ... ,. _~���  active during the remainder of inquire into mining act with a  the season. A force will be em- view of introducing legislation  ployed on the Golden ' Five amending it next session. Also  group,  and the   Big  Chief   and   to enquire into conditions affect-  strong representations to ,the'  authorities at Ottawa and in  Great Britain with a view of protecting the interests of the laboring class against consequences  of what threatens to be an alarming increase of Japanese. ("Jood  roads and trails in outlying districts were promised, sites arranged for the prosecution of  the industry of' manufacturing  pulp.      Commission promised to  Dupont will work all winter:  and at the Bill Nye and John  Bull groups a number of minors  are developing the claims.  The payroll at Moyie during  the month of June' aggregated  $24,000: oi this amount the St.  ISugene Consolidated Mining Co.  paid out, &.M,5(>0. The Leader  says it, means &(>0 per head for  every man, women and child in  Movie.  Dibble Group.  The  contract   on   the  ing questions ofi water rig-hts,  the Government also h promises  tonnage tax of five cents a ton on  coal and coke output, by this the  Premier will have to pay about  !ivlr>,000 annually. Agent-General's office in London will be  placed on a satislactory basis.'  Today Lining applied for an  injunction restraining Clifford  and Stables from taking their  seals in the House, which wa.N  granted. The Cassiur ballot  . I boxes have been recovered. Gar-  Dibblei vin   (returning   officer)   arrived  drifting will be'commenced and  continued to a point under the  old shaft and an upraise of about  fifty feet made lo conned.  ,Mr. Rogers expresses himself  as much pleased at what he  has  seen m East Kootenay and wonders why capitalists have so long  neglected,a district which,  were  the showings in any  other  section, would  cause  great excitement.     That East Kootenay has  a brilliant future before  it.   Mr.  Rogers has no doubt,   aud  once  capital is  attracted   this   way  a  mining boom may  be "expected.  Mr. Rogers returned   to' Spokane on Thursday.     Be'will return in a few week's.  Brieflets.  The Canadian Patriotic Fund,  closed last Tuesday'. The amount  received aggregates nearl\- $250.'  000.    ' �� ,     ,'  ,  The' Great Northern will here'  'after secure its supply "of coal,  for the-western division from the  Crow's Nost mines.  , The    Windermere    Board    of  , :   , i Trade has been organized   '-with  esc correspondents  charge   thek    ^  r<     ' �� '   wim  15.     ���.-.'.,. ...     .     . ���.     |L. O. Garnet as president. R. A.  Kiinpton. vice-president.. G'.   W.  I'. Carter, secretary and liva.->nr-  Russian'soldiers with barbarities  I owards the Chinese. ��� They declare that the Pei-Hd is full of  corpses of women and children  and that the Russians loaded 800  bodies on a junk and burned  them. o  er, H -P., Collet, Joseph Lake  and J, A. Mulliolland, executive  committee.  We learn thai many owners of ��TOUl�� of mine is nearly compJot-   from Skagway last evening with  'them.       The   returnin  quartz claim.-, will push   the  de  -velopment of their property during the present year,  and   some  ' will   continue   work during  the  winter.    This  district  will surely become a groat  producer  in  quartz mining as well as a placer  .camp.  Activity About Windermere.  There is considerable activity  tn mining in the Windermere  country, and the Outcrop is filled with news of the district An  .lexcellent description of the Silver Belt group, upon which C.  &/f. Keep lias a bond, appears in  the last issue, it says: . .  "The group has, a  line  show  officer  Good News From the St. Mary's  John G.  Devlin',   representing  Nelson parties, was in  town   on  Wednesday and Thursday.      He  just   came   down   from   the  St.  Mary's country where he located  four claims, the lone. Clansman,  Watson and Kelvin.     The  locations  were    made   on   Pyramid  creek.     On   the   lone  ho  found  between   four and   five   feet   of  high-grade copper ore,  and further down and  underneath  this  ' Tracy  and Lewis"Creeks.  No news has been received of  the work now being ������ done on  Tracy and Lewis Creoles. ' J. H.  Conklin is now at, the John L.  making preparations to resume  work on that properly.  Several men are working on  the Estella. and Hie reports from  the property are all favorable.  if is expected that work will  be resumed on the Minnie M.  and Tiger before many weeks.  Charlie Bielenberg is now up  at the Montana superintending  the work of development.  Keystone'Mine.  Tin.) Keystone mine,   which   is  'situated   at the   head   of   .Maus  creek, only six miles IVoin   Fort  Steele, is one of the most  promising mines in this sec-iion.    Assessment work- is   now   proceeding, the work-being  con lined  to  the ledge which is six feet wide,  with a streak-of   high-grade   ��-a-  lena  on   the hanging wall.    The  entire lodge is highly mineralized  carrying  grey  lead and gold.  copper,    silver.  W1-  -   .      .   '   ...,,, .     ; ,., ���     ;,   "   "��"-^ liner ctown and  underneath  this  Adjonung the D.bblu group  is from Bella Cola spoiled the b��.l,iol,e,n���e the ore is  of  the  same  the Howard group, owned by N.  A. 'Wallinger and others. While  doing assessment worlc ore was  encountered on the Hudson, of  the same character as that on  the Dibble. The ledge is two  feet wide aud carries grey copper.  'To Patrol.Bering- Sea.  Victoria, B.   C,   July   I (J.���H.  Al. S. Pheasant and  Icariu.s   left  this afternoon to   patrol   Boring  Sea during the sealing season  lots which were thrown out. ' <>-rade  Booth    has    been     appointed!     In speaking of the St.  Mary's  Speaker. J country Mr. Devlin said:���--That  I in all of his  C.   P.   R.    to   Transport   Troops.  ' Officers of the Canadian Pacific have received inquiries .from  the admiralty  office   in  London  regarding the transportation   of  troops over the line  to  Vancouver     There is an intimation that  if the trouble in China continues  the Canadian Pacific will he used  as a military highway.    Some of  the Canadian Pacific officers expect  that  a' conn-act   with   the  British government will he clos  ed within a few clavs.  Expertsat Phillipps.  Professor Chester Wells of  Columbia University, and several gentlemen from Chicago, are  now in the vicinity of Phillipp-  sizing up the mineral situation.  They express themselves as  much pleased at what has been  shown them.  To Seize Iii Hung- Chang-.  Loudon, July 1R.���In the lobby  of, the  House   of  Commons tonight it is declared that the irov-  le  experience in tl  new seel ions of the Province,  covering a period of fifteen  years, he   has   never   seen   such  Kumassi Relieved. ,.'���'.,  Fumsu, July ly.-���Kumassi has  ing and has the appearance of been relieved by tire command  yna-kiug a big mine.     The  ledge Under Colonel Wilcox.    '  eminent has issued orders for [surface showings. In its early  the seizure of Li Hung Chang|stages AVest 'k'oolenay could  and his imprisonment at Uong { never boastof'siich showings."  Kong pending his deportation 1<> Mr. Devlin says there wiVuii-  some place in India in the eveiii doubtedly be big mines o/lened  of his carrying out his project ' up in that section before long,  of proceeding northward by ;seaj He left for Nelson on   Thursday  return' in   ai  n compliance with the summons 'afternoon and   will  which , he ' has  Pekin.  received   from jfew da.ys with  four  or  five  ex-  j perie'need miners to develop  the  English'gnu boats and cruisers'recently located claims.  An Expert Opinion.  A gentleman, not unknown   to  the mining world,' has   the   following to say of Rast, Kootenay:  "It   is a   country   of   wonderful  possibilities,   and   il   is  strange  that, it  is not   being   more  thoroughly exploited.     I  have  travelled    the   entire   length   ol   the  valley, and   in   my   many  years I  experience   I   have   never   seen  such surface   indications,   and   I  have noticed that the proporlies  which show any amount  of. development give  promise  of  becoming mines.     It is a pity with  such indications  that  the coun-  The Tories Org-anizing-.  Ottawa. July  17.���The  executive committee of the   Conservative party   here' arc  vigorously  preparing for the Dominion campaign, which is certainly expect-  I ed   before   the  end   of the year.  Arrangements   are   being  made  for organizing the   various  provinces, and in this connection, it  is stated thai  Mr.   W.   If.   Hastings,    of   Winnipeg,    has    boon  asked lo take charge of the Ter  ritories in addition  in Manitoba.  the   work  The Fire Brig-ade.  The lire brigade'of Fort Steele  is a daisy.   The boys are now out  1 or |iracl ice every evenin-j;and are  showing great proliriency in  Hie  handling of the hook   belonging  lo the brigade       They   are "now  m a position thai in c;i.M.   0f   tire  it will not be necessary to e-u 1()  the,lire with lhe cart and Unreel  the hose to the hydrant,' instead  of which they can commence  at  the hydrant, thereby saving several minutes time...   The practice  is doing the. boys good. :  an  .��S;SHJ  .��F  if ���    THE'PROSPECTOR,  FORT STEELE,  B. C, JULY 21. 1,^00.  W''���*?��� ���'.*.����� '.9y js53  '��'     \<v ���     ��� ���������.'.. ���       ��� '��� .��� .'-�������*.���    .���  ijiit ��&��&  'T  :>/;;.Haye:,EgiLi|)pe(i:  and Most Com  DISK'III  fbce  inderijiere';  piici:;:v;mafciiig-  lllilllg  it  :IEE&I  ~2&'i__^  ..JlwJJ  ��4 erber oii^f-l  fieadcyia^  (EfeS^  M^glfpiyi  #;-!:  vFlour^'Patent;'Hungarian,;and^S,u  ���"';;.;: y';v^ol^  '���;'������.i'-'J'-,:>'���< .; y > Cbrrfmealj Buckwheat ElouTv, Spliti;Peas,c^: -: \ ��,6������.;���;*.���':  ^Fleefrwobd^  ���^'V^W;'^' ^tryJ^onc^^j'and?ybu"^w^ll:Use.uiq other^.i���;'Y.,;-::nr;.;;"^.:;Cjff;  ^.C^V^ii-V- "'NOTICE..  ; -���..';', x6Ui\e is liori't,yi"(?iven;UiiU '';ii,i iiyplioiiUon  ���:, will'-.lie ..made to tlie'/.tiisfrishitive',A.ss.omblJ5;oi.  --.'��� lhe-Pro'viui-c--](Jf1;Hrlt.isli. : Coliimbiatfiit i^s-Tiioxt  ^.vf-ssiou. Jov '.m;.Act-i ici'siiKioypbi-uui ii Company  ������ yith power to, co.|isli'ia-t','; -eiiulp,'. iiisuiitiiiii .unci  '��� bperaien' Hue or titles;<)f teleplionu. electrical  ' Wcir.fcS. powih- houses, {fSricrutiiisj' plant: lincK'nll  'i'.siieh other appliances a's are : necessary /anil  ! proper for the genera tins: of elecirfeity or other  f powe'r arid tritrisihittiiiy lhe .saiiie, within.'.'-itml  j,throughout.:theJ.r;i'strict','i)f: East ^Cooteiiay anil  livaripusToivusiies in the .ssiul" Disli-ict a's; the,  i Cpmpuuy froni.tinKvto.tiiiic dei'ermihes. iirid'to.  j construct" maintain, a nil 'Operate !tii<:'.sanie  I^UoiiK the sides of, and across or u'nuerauy hijili-  l-'way', streets, [iiihlie bridges or.;ih'ysiieh; places  iinthe said district as the Coin iiariy.tromtinie.to  | tiuie'determines and lo'; construct,'' erect, aiid  Uriiiintain:'''siicii 'and 'so many Apples ami other  .works and devicesr;is the Company, deemri'iie-  cessary for ra  ���>  ^,A'N:'DREA\*:  GONTRflGTORl  |'^N0EIJ>i:<^^  XNti^BUILDER  ;.;,::;y: ;.::;;;v:;cNOJICE.^.;;;;:,:::-:;v^; '/.,'./:'  ' 'Notice i,s hert.'liy'Kivcn' 'that';' an application  will be made to the l>egisla,t.ivo Assonihlyof  .thcjl'i'oviiiee.'of IHritish.X'oi'nnibiii/at.it.s'liext  session for an,' Act ;tb:'incorpbi;ale'V p'.iiipaiiy  with power to i-ohsmiet.e^iiiip.'iitiiin tain and  operate telephone ;itnd telegraph lines within  and throiiiiliniical'l thecities', towns, imuiicipii,!-  ities' mid ;. districts''"of J the '. mainland '.of  .the.' .Province, of . British . Columbia.�� and,  to'?; "construct."erect,0 and, -maintain" such'  and so' many poles, nhrt other, works ariddeyiees  us .'the'Compitn.y deem,"necessary :.fpi-making; j  completirigisupportihg; using/ working, opera t- !:'v;-^ ^ ; ,i; ,v' ,: ���/'/'";* /"''','.'.:���/''' '."���"/' '."/,/;'���';;/-"'/'P-'  ingiind maintaining the system ofcbiriiminica- ��� .';-���;��� ,���;'".'������.';������." .�����.. ~; .': ���. .,������..;.-���'.���: ���'.'' ~-. '. :;''":;;..:;:~.  iibn.hy telephoiie ;ind.,ieiegraphV;and to open;I ;..;.,.,",,..,:'������' ,;;^-:;'v>;I'v"'.; '<,_. '^V.;  orjbreak^uijitany;;part.;;qr;part|;bf jlie >ai.d i Shaving iffv.Hair 'DreSSlllg Parlor  .highways or streets sis often.as ,tlift;; said. Coin-; I v;;;v.��C:iy>\:'('\:i!^'l'.:i.r:;.'!. ^'' :". .v;���'���:'.V':,    ',���'.'.'^-"'v:1  pa'ny'its1, agents. _oillcers, or. wprkmen  ihitikj'.  "      ,: "' '    ���  -'  -��� .       ���    ������-��������� ,.-..   ���- ..  .-,���,,  proper and for,theiirui;i)pse.of ihci iinderui kingj.,  toljurchase,' aepuiro.lease.expropriat-e.holdand ' ;  HOUSJ:: AND. SICJNl'AJNTlNG:;;;;:;;^ .':;;;:  ;;' .^. ������; CAHOIMIXJ XG and PAP kit H A NO IXG  i0 ;|,ORT;,STEELe|,B. ,;0.-|,!;,';'  U-Sf���   All; ���������wqi';k,~proiuptly^dphpi'  ' Next id Oriental Hotel  ,.'9'.:  :!,.,..,..;.';:. ..;.. ..   ,-.    _������-,i- k-j..:. .;;v.'..'.',..,i;v. -.!;:.;_���..::��� ���:���'.,..,��� \-\'..r^... ,���::.(��� .._^,./;::.' 1:^;?. ->;.'_.;;- .;a.'.-;.'<v -ing.worUing.vOpe  -Fresh^13j-eakfast Ba.conf ;Ha.ms .���.aricl-^D.ryiba'lt bide,L5acon,-:|.������iyhiem-of.communication by telephoneoreie^  laking, completing, supporting, us-'J^l'^Ji'lfli^'O'ie0^  .VOpenitiiig^indrniaintaining^the:   witliiiv.ihe^limits'y.aloresaid^viihdloanirclnise 1  Butter and .Eggs.';  iit  .������<p..^.-...  *an.d^  ,-Fn^'E:W(I)01X: a.llAlcS?gl  :.'������ E. C,;'MILLERi';ProVu:letoi-������.:: ':;l\;y.' '   P&St OFFIGE BOX 836i.rt  jf..''v,':ISr.'' .Ail 'goods;guarh.uteecl ai'kl. prices alsd"aS'being correct;:  '.���Send.i'h'di-(lei-s.,"; .���.:'.���>.��� .'''������,���;.... ?:.>������"'-, ������ ".?,��.'. .���'���'���'.'"��� ,:  '��� - .;��� ' '':  ��������� ':   . '   ,|(i  Ball Bearings,ia a Sewing' Machine.    T.lie weakest woman can  run  the   ELDREDGE��� B. ..without'."  harm t6lherself,-or even getting   "  tired.    It's just'.furi: for a well  woman to run it;   It is noiseless;"  ��� has self-threading shuttle ; .auto- >'  matic bobbin, winder;'complete  ; set. of attachments. '  A perfect  machine at a'low price.    War-   '  ranted for five years. "Nomfcer'  as_ good at any where near tlie   v  price. Insist on having ^Idrcdgc  B.'  There is an Agent for it in  '; ���'' ���   your towii.     <��� .,'���������. , ������  ���',,.' ���  '   ^ N-t71-i.CTUH.ED  BY TUB ",  National Sewing Machine Co.,  ; .NEW  YORK  AND   CHICAGO.' ���.. ���  The.second largest Se'winjr Machine'I'nct'orviii  CDi'CF PART OP STAND OF THE't!le*w?r'a'VTlU,"cnPacic-vo'f seven hundred'ind.  ELDREDGB B. ^ a^ty-four machines per day;^^ lal.eKldredeeMfir.  ^..trical. worksipower houses, generniin^ pi it nt and  other.ai)ivliiinces. ;ihd to open or hresikwirany.  "'part or parts of,sai(,| hiH'hwa'.vs^r^streets ns'bfteii  .as ihe.saici Company its agents.'ofncers or worli-  Jmen!lhitiU'proper..and'for ihe'"purj)b.se ;pfr tiie,  '.'un'dertiikiiijfv'i'o:. purchase?; iicquire or,le-.ise and  ,hold aud'sell.ain] (lispose bfor'surrender hiiids,.  'buildiuK's"or^ lenc'rnehts^ WithiiVtheliihii'safore-  said aiid to purchase or'lea'se": for^a'ny^term'' of  years, any telephone -line'established or to he  established in Hritish Columbia connectiiit;; or  to be connected with lite lines \vhich';,the .Coni-  pany may.construct and v,io. ptirch'ase or��� lease  for any term of years the.i Ij-'hl of lhe "epmp.'iiiy  to construct and maintain aiiysiich telephone  line and lo'amal^nmalc with or lease its. line or  lines"bi-aiiy portion or poriions.lhereof to any:  company possessiiij,' as proprietor any line of"  telephone.communication eonhectiii!; or to be  coniiec'ted with lhe said Companies line or lines  and to .ac<iuire lands,, bonuses.; privileges; or  other aids .from' any. person or- body corporate  imd with.all other usual, necessary or incidental, .rights, powers or privileges as may .be  necessar.v or incidental to the attainmeni.of the  "above objects or any of thehi.' ';���,.'.'������ ... "."  <    Dnte'd this 1st day of March, ami).'' '  HAKVKY &.''M'<.:CA"K'r,V:j{\  ���"'".' ���  ':���',:'��� Solicitors for ihe.Applicants  ,.,' '.'. ���'"'������,'. ��� NOTICE^-;.' ''"���������'. '"::������  ��� Tiike notice that I have liiatle, application'  ,to the Honorable The Comnii.ssipnor of Lands  and.Wbrks for a special license, to .cut timber,  on the Crown Lands hereinafter more, particularly described situate hear 151U '.liiyer about  two .iiiles north Of\ Fiiriijij in the District of  liiist Ivootenay: Coinmenciiig at a post '.i mile  hbrtli frbni the'X.iW,; corner of i.oi:iiMT: Uiciice  west % a niile:.t'iience.south one,jlialf a ' mile;  thence west \\.{ ��� miles: .Thence south JU ' of a.  lhilo: lhenee?oast'i;U niiies: , ihence iiorth P.,  uiile.sio place of beginning... Containing 1000  acres more or less. .;  ,i ���....-.";.' '    v,',.    IIKNKV llOWAKO.. "-''��� ,,  ,''.',' Ker,ii'ie.'I3..(.:.,' Jlarcli'lilU. 1 SKK'J. .-',.'  GRASSICK   &   DEMPSEY.  or leiise; for any terui,bf,1yeafs,'iiuy telephone or  lCielegraph"!iiie established-or lb be established  in'Hrii.ishiCpluiiibiaDeonheeted. oi-io be connected,; with theAfine'wiiich UieCdminiiiy'iBay.  construct., aiid to.amalganiiiie with';bi; lease.1 its''  liue.br lines, or'aiiy, portion or 'portion's thereof.  . to any company possessing1; us prop'rietbr.^any,  line'ior.telephone-or lelegraph communication.  connecting, or.tti,.;be': conhecied,''.with^ the"said.  C'on]p(in.y-.sr;line-br;liries,.'a'ndito borrow money.  : for the purposes of the Company', and,to pledge  .or nYortgage aiiy.of the Corapiiny's assets, for  thai purpose, and to receive "tfonuses. or.pi-iVil-.  egos fi-oni 'any,'person:or: hody corporate'aud  ;witli all oilier usual, .necessary,or incidental  rights. pow:ers.,or privileges, as may be heces-'  .sary or incidental to the attaihineiitof the above,  objects, or,any of ihem. '.,.-'''     ���    ; .  Vl. Daied.ihis 1st day ofMarch. 190U.;        .    '���'.  '.;..';  ^.'. "'������].    DALV'& HAMILTON,      ,     /,; :  ���'. '.' i m    Solicitors'for the Applicants'.  y;FORT';.STEELE��b.';C.-'.;;;'A'. l\y[  All^itids-oi^hair' ��i']&,-.i;J.vf'^  Trade Marks  ��� ::f'.',v": Designs ?'.������������'������'���>  Copyrights ic.;  ;.''���. Anrnne flenfllnf; n nketeh mid description ntn>'  qnlcltly.RScertnin our:opinion free whether an '  .invcation.ia probably patentable.. Cbinmiinicn-"  'r.t.lons strictly confidential.. Handbook on Put cut*.:  '^scutfree. Oldest acency for.flecuriiiK patents.'    i  . I'atBiits tHlten MiroiiRh. Muiui & Co. recelve-  wtprclal notice; without charge. In the      '   "��� ���������:���;������  Scientificflmcricaiis  , A hanrtnorhcly. illustrated weekly^ I.nrtreit. cfr-;.���  , cnlation of any scientltic journal.'ATerms, %'S a- :  ���\ year; fcur months; fl.'-Sold by all newsdealers- -.\  MUNNiCo^'^^NewYor^  �� Branch 'Office.^^625 K.SU WashinKton. D. C.  ,-��� -6;.-:{y  ''-'.���-':".}  ;;/";��-'>  M  'CQilyiJi.coja ofKliih/jrouavieiiis.  ;pJ^RE;Zvf;;;-i::i-;^frop.^etor  Ag-iaiit's:--^'(^hna.clian^.!Av-oii"/t; ^liii 1;  liuoci  : ^;.y:,\vitike([.?','Opviositidii ��� books ;'ebiu  j.;''���....��� ;'])lolui'y siio\v't2cl,;under.!..;; purynain  ahoch Tw.drVolume'������w-ork on .'vBoei:  e  E,. l3ELTON?;lgasii  rt.Steele, H.  C.  McMillan Mr "& wool : c.o.  '  'EXPORTERS AND IMPORTERS.  '      200-2! 2 First Ave. North, Minneapolis, JIinn.  t^rWrJto  for Our CircuSar and See tho Prices We Pay.'*\K.d  ���."   .AND-' ;    '.' ';'���"  j        ]3UIZ.L>]3KS.  j '.' .",��� '���' .Porr St;.:c-!lc^:.B.C.  .'. "   . :.  \   HARRY;. BARR  ; :   ;,���" Furl Slx'olp,  1;!.G. .'    ���  i   ���'     . ��� ���     ''������������  I'  !'���."     General Blacksmith.  :       ���'-.���.HORSE 'SHOEING,'''.--; T .  . . ��� ��� AND'J0SB1NG. '   '  M i ii in <��������������� AVorK'    ;i    Siiccialtv.  ���;.���;',' .;''-.   . ;    NOTICE.,':  big '������: chief:,    little . chief.   eureka.  geneva and melton fractional ,,.  ., '      [mineral   claims. '-    '������  .Siuinted in'iln' l^ori Steele Minin^'-Oirision  of South'Eiist Kootenay District.' ,-       ,.  ; .   \Vhere loeutud:   Jii^ 011ief. onHuckleherry  Hill iuljoinini.' tile JJui'-ttl;ti Mineral C'hiini..  ''....,��� Mttle.Chief, iitljoiiilht; the Oeiievn  Mineral.  Clnini:',.'.; .;..-..' ... _ .';"���,.  '���?,.'���-.-���,.    .'.J-      ������...!..  Kiirehii. on lliieldelierry Hill uforesniil.   .  '"..L;eiievii;;-;iul,iomiiii;, the"Kureksi-'.,Mineral  Cl:iiin. "'.';    ;';'' ,.".' . .'���''        ".._���       ;':'  a  Melton   I-'raetfOnal   acljoinin�� .the 'Kurulcii  Jliiieral Claim.     .'.'.".''���'..', ',".  ' :;'.,';.;'; ~'<*  Take n'otiee thatvJ.; iW'iiliain KoilerieU , Koss  actinias a^ent I'or'tlie Hastin"j;!s llritisli Coluui.-.  bin ..|.'.xplorati'on;,.S,viiiljeate.; l.imiietl,. Kree  Miner's Cerlilica'le ..No. ii 1I7!��,, inteiiil,  sixty days I'roin the date,hereof, lo apply,to the  Miiiins,' Keeordei- for a Certilicate o|. Iniprove-  meuls, ten-���-lliy ptirpiisy' of obtaining' a ("Jrown  Oram. t'oDoaeh of the above elainis.    ���' ���"���  '.And I'unlier l.nlie noiiee thai:. iu'.i.ioii'.'niider'  seetlon :!T, liiusl. la; eoninieneed liel'ore the issn-  aneeol'sneh CortilUaite of linprovehiems.       '  .  Da led this l.aifda.v iif.l-Vl'riniry. I'.Kin,  ,'     ���.'..   wu. i{. uoss.    ,'.;,'  .^-Iij.,:. ' I'VM. C. No. iiiilMi  Noiii.-i' i:  si,'(.|ii(:i'ii-i;  (;li;triys'lv  iiout-ioiv with tli*- ICiinhi-i-K-y iowiisitii.  (in :iud ii.f1.oi'- l-VliiMiii'ry Kith.'.lDOd: ni'iist  Vii'i iliuic ilirouiili iln'.ipJiiiM-'. id' t In.. ��� ImiH.  Sl'OcIt; l.li'Vi.'li'iiniM.-iil Syndii-.-ili' at    l.-'nrl  st.-'.-i-.���.-  ������.'.;.;'.' "���.    ������ ' ���  X.,.\. \V:\f>LI X'c':i-:i.{. Mann-vr.  ()|lii-i-.-!n I'li-.'C'iii-liii \- Diirick'hiiil.di.ii!!-.  NOTlCr!.  .Iii.'i-ohy o-ivi.ni, iliut,   in  (.'on  <if lhe   ri.'siyiiiii iini   iif  ���Mi-  tnu-n... nil   liu'sincss   in  .(.-(.in  ;.-..British .WiirV-si'iicl irenuihe V.l-ife iif  '������������ ^lbo(tly:; sweepiritf everything from  ���''.".���'th'eii- jnith.; '.'Sond yoiir sulcir'ess and  ,  .''yetoutfits,quick. "���. [.���<��<'''.:,'..:' L :;,:.:;  THE  LINSCOTT  PUHLISHIXO COMl'AXV  .. ..'/'���" ���'���'' '������' ''-;���''       ��� ''. ���...Toronto.'  Agents:���-'War in South Africa." Two  ��� volumei*;.   First'coiittiiiiH  complete'  j-:,'...',- '. ��� . "... ��� ���. " :��� .  .' . ' history'of country and war to date:  'tells abotit.ciiir.,;contihg'eiits.,giviiiy-  , names of oilicers aiidnien.,, Second  .'������     volume t.o.Tie published   wlteii  war  . ' �� is over--  Only. ('aiiadtan   niannfac-  .'���'���.".-"  tured  .liook.'  ,; Kvei-yl.iody!i.citucels  .:,    their  order,   for... American 'book's  ..when,  seeing-   'ours.  . If. a hustler,  .'������ :,this is .yoiir g'old iuine.    Prospectus  ?.' 'free. ������������:;:;,:.,'���..-";::-'.::':'.: '..>':'.;,'..::';::;^..'.'  Bradley Garretspn. Co.'jlitd.'  ���������-.,,'���'���" ',...��� ".'��� Bh-AN'UKOioj. GntV  Ag-eiits::���,l'eople=,Avoh;t.;  lie .deceived  .    with American "Histories of .1.1 iu war  pulilished   now,,   as  the 'war,is only  ^.-oiiimeiii-ed. .  Ilaiulle our. two-vul-  .'.  lime; Canadiaii, iiiiiiiiifactiii-ed work.  I'Mrst voliinie. ready .soon, complete  to  tlnfe. .thus you ^'e.l;.commissions-'  .,   Second voluine piihlislied when wai-  [    .is liver.'    \Vliy,waste time with' in-  (.���oiiiplele hooks?'   I'rospectus frue:"  tiii.'::,i.i.\ts(..-ot:i' i'r.riii.isinNG,(x��.Mi'A.\'v  '., " \     .'T.nronfo.';  Agents:'-���The l.-tsf yil'i'ii-. of'thr .ci.'iilury  ':"��� luiiulh; oiir   --Niindeenl'-ii   C'.'ntiiry"  ��� I iodic.       Describes    all    the   n'reat  '     baflleslyreal. men. j;;i-ea,t inventions.  ,.      and discoveries, progress of nations.  : l-'ull acconnt'Of  the   Dreyfus  trial.  hisloryorsbiith Africa, loda.te, uar  Avitii Spain, and every  "'i-eai   event;  .(.if   l In.'   ('(Mifiirv.      l>iL!J    hook,    widl  v" 'illustrated'.    'Snap, for husl ler's..  ..��� Bradley 'Garretson Co.;Ltd,  .     . ' ... ,    liriin.tl'ord.  '.':;:.. ;..x:.-l  ,:;,; ;,,,.:d'i  ������ -.....:'.:' (I  ���'.,':.-".''.lJ  SCO  ;  The Daily Service BetWeeii     ;  iVtlantic     and    f Pacific  ";:���,,'"-;. ::' .;''i'i^'.-TH'i-;.V"; ';;';::���;;, V  Imperial;::>';;:;"r;':-  ;���;';: '���:-;��� :.;;--;;;^Limit^^.;  ;   0:c.. .  .. tl'-..hiiiujrui'at.c(l   ,;; .       '.'������. ,  >���.  ' ���' ��� !' ..���;���'. '.'���,".,      ''' ,l "''���.���'���������,-'. q ' ' '''������  June 10th. from  Vancouver.  .���'.���'���'������'j'une?',llth, from Montreal  Will yivej (jiiitiloi^l. Lime boi,wc-'<in;-.'-  dOE AN =>nci QC EA NI  ������������   '"��� ,������' . -Across I he' ','���'���  Dail  AMERICAN   CONTINENT  ' .'   ���  �� ' ' .  y Express .Soi'vicn; via t;i;mv^:  .'.\T(\s1;.,i-oi.i1;u t.OancI I'roin   >..  F'osZ4!  Sfstele  ,^   GEA-RY   &.  DOYLE.  .ivenj, Fefid 8: Sale Stable.  -'oil   Steele   l.l.C  H. AL!IH,  Propriclor.  ���'���JqVersitlc' A\enuc, Opposite  Po'si OHicc.  I ra ins al  l''o(-l  ���'SADUld-:  ily..  Slei  ii-. .1 unci ion.  :\('K   'l-IOK'SKH.  ooi>enau6oi!iit>riB  ' iMI'h'OVIOI)  unity   l<"ic.;al  Lines.      ' .  sei-yic-  liail  e on  1.1 id  allKoot-  ���Sl'e<ii'i'ie.r  CLOSE GONNEGTIONS  .THROUGHOUT  I >n uii loolco.ur  Ki|-  of   new   sorvic-.e  and  ]iar'l.tenlar lo  [nil   c.l(.-)'lii'ii-.f  apply': for  i i:A.'\u.\(i of ai.i. mm is a si>i:<aAi,i'\'.  \v. K. ..\xi)lvi;s('i.\;    , io. -h (���<>>'!>:  'r.P.A..' Ni.dson.  A'.'( ;.���!.'. A., Va-ueoi'iVe? ;#;''-ilf  Til!" ; ;:h,-im:' r< ���!?, fort stkklv,  ���01.1.  ��its SUxunJixtw*  sati;kj;ay. .;iri,v 21, moo.  East of the Kootenay Rivor.  Over  two   thousand   locations  . have been recorded on  the  east  .side of the  Kootenay   valley  in  the vicinity of Fort Steele,   and  ;i. large percentage of honest development work has been  done.  Many   companies  slrong  tinu.11-  cially, have beer, reconuoilenng.  a.ud a. steady advance is reported  a.lI over this portion of  the   district, which is directly tributary  lo, the   town   of   Fort     Steele.  There tire   already   some   very  fine mines, such as the Big Chief,  ���     Dupont, Es,tella, Dibble, Burton,  Keystone, Golden Fleece. Minnie  M.,Johu L., Montana, Kootenay  King,    Chickamon , Stone.    Old  Abe, li.ilcl Mountain, John Bull,  Colossal, Golden Five and many  others are being daily added . to  lhe list.    For a  young  country  niihcianl   of several years  ago,  Life   rate   at' which   it  is  being  opened up, and the/ development  /if the  mines  hav��" been   truly  .wonderful.  CrfEKKY CKK13K.  Cherry creek enters   into   the  Kootenay    river     above     Fort  Steele.   On  Cherry,  creek   eon-  'siderable prospecting   has   been  done,   and  'the  .reports    which  come from there are  of 'w most  ,   .satisfactory character  ,   Considerable assessmenfwork has been  clone.   TJie principal ore abounding in this section is copper, although other minerals are mentioned as having been found.  The  mines  in' the  immediate  vicinity of Fort Steele, are, for  tlie , most    part   easily   reached;  '   there   is   not   a    mine    within  twenty-live   miles  of   the,  town  ' that cannot'be  reached' in   less  '   than a d;iy.   "This'.section  is  an  ' ideal one fornuining, and  those  ���who   have   visited the country  say that they have never been  in a country so  advantageously  situated for economical   mining.  jcpKr'aTEisus.  The  time    has    now    arrived  when we can see .that  the  pros-  -peritv of Fort Steele as a min-  ' ing "center , is  an ��� assured  fact.  The  lar<!e   mineral   district   in  close proximity to  Steele,   comprising," Wild Horse creek, Maus,  Four-Mile: Six-Mile, Tracy.}Vo\f,  "Wasa. Lewis.  Cherry, Skookum  Chuck,   and" Lost   creeks,   and  Horseshoe canyon. Bull river and  Sand creek are all   tributary   to  the.town of Fort Steele.   . The  inines in this vicinity are  being-  developed rapidly,   new  discoveries are being made,  and  most  of the claims  are  very  conveniently situated in close  proximity to'the various  roads leading  up and  to1 these  several   points  from Fort Steele.    The now preliminary survey of the C.   P.   B,  is in direct touch with this  vast  mineral empire.  HKADCJlWIlTKliS .       OV    -   MIMNf!  ' '       KVNDICATKs!.  :in>.-.t 'iupt-rlaut   mining   ���sodioii-.  .j| lie1 I'rovhici'. and   the   ci-ntc!  of 1he iiroiitcs'   :u-1ivity   will   be  in the vicinity of Fori Steele.  Keep your eye on the  pioneer  town oi South East Kootenay.  with large bodies of ore���gold,  silver, lead, copper and iron���  development work progressing  rapidly, a bright and cheerful  prospect of a railway. Fort  Steele can confidently await  still further development and  1 lie approach of future greatness  of the banner town of South  East Koofeney.  WIT-P  HOKSK  CKKKIC    ������  The Wild Horse creek and  Bouldercreek'mines- promise to  bring back thesiirring scenes of  the days, of thirty years ago.  The activity in that region is  greater than at any time for, 2.">  years at least, and promises to  be still greater as the season  progresses.   ,  The Big,Chief, Dupont group,  Golden Fjve, .Dardanelles, Kootenay King. Bald Mountain and  other inines are working a number of men.', This means a substantial payroll for that section.  The Bill Nye is opening up  finely. The tunnel "is now in-  over seventy feet, showing" grey  copper and galena.  <The Emerald group is an ex��-  tension of the Big Cliief on the  north, and the ore is of the same  quality as that on the Big Chief.  One tunnel is in 4."> feet. It is  expected that work,,will be resumed in a few days.'  The Dardanelles has over four  hundred feet of tunnels and  drifts, with'an upraise of'fifty  feet., It is the intention of the  owners to develop the property  as rapidly as possible.  The1 Brittle Silver group is  situated on the divide between  Wild Horse and Sheep creeks.  Recently some of the finest ore  seen in this section was taken  from this property. A number  oi" men are'engaged in develop:  ing the property.  >   BOULDKK  CKKKK.  , Wild Horse creek and its,tributaries in the immediate vicinity of Fort Steele has been the  scene of great activity during  the past year. A vast ' amount  of work has been done, and in  several instances continued during the entire year. The work  now going o'n is of such a char-'  acter as to induce the belief that  this years work will show up  producing mines which' will add  greatly to the'fame' of the district."  It was on Wild Horse that the  discoveries of gold were made  in the early GO's, and'every year  since a.greater or less, amount  has  been   taken   from    the   old  -1 BouM  !  widil  a  Fort Steele is the headquarters  .   .for  a.   largo   number  of   strong  111 in ing     corporations,      among  which may mentioned,  lhe   East.  Kootenay consols,    Fori    Steele  .Development       Co ,       Sullivan  Group Mining Co., Moyie Placer  Mining Co.. Pyramid ' Kootenuy  ���Co., East Kootoiia.y Development  ���Co., Pig Chief Mining Co., Little  Chief Mining Co.,' Dupont Group  Mining Co.. Mull River Star  Mining Co.. Elk liiver Mining  A- Development. Co. Chickamon  Stone Mining Co., Old Abe Min-  ing Co.,, 'J1 tiley Creek M:ning.Co.,  Kootenay Perry Creek Mining  Co.. Estellii Mining. Cp-- -John  Bull Group Mining Co.1  There   are    cither    companies  . who'are operating in the.district  who have there  local   r'epresen-  . fcitive in ForL Steele. " Thisis.qn  recount of its. being  nearest  to  -.the  scene of    mining   activity.  .Fort Steele being the  center of  the.district, has over seventy per  Acent of the mining corporations  and;syndicates, who have  their  Jocal headqtiartors.at Steele.  Inside   of. three, years    the  Kootenay valley will be one of the  ground, and even now extensive  placer work is being done by Lhe  old methods and by extensive  hydraulic machinery. Working  placers, however, has given  place to quartz mining, and now  the mountains overlooking the  old p'ueor ground is literally  covered with mining locations,  many of them known to be of  great value.  The Big Chief mine on Boulder creek is one of the properties  that a large amount has been expended in developing. ATr immense vein :2iS foot in width traverses the ground over three entire claims. Development work  consists of over three hundred  -feet of tunnels and drifts.  The Dupont group is another  free gold proposition, and is situated on the : east side of ' the  creek directly opposite the -Big-  Chief. The .development' work,  consists of a'tunnel, nearly two  hmidred feet in length, and a  crosscut .of 22 feet. The lead  upon which work is now being  done is 15 feet in width.  The 'Rescue is. situated, .up-the  creek and east of the Big Chief.  The.-Midas is  the Dupoiif  on  an   extension  of  the  south, east.  On the property is a, strong lead  eight .feet   in    width,    carrying  good values in gold.  The Texas is. an extension  of  ���" Volcanic Eruptions  Are grand, lint Skin t'Vuplioii's rob  life of joy. Uiidclen's Arniui, Salvo;  (Mires flieni: also Old, Ititnniiijr and  ��� I'Vvcr, Sores, Ulcers. Moils, Fulons,  Corns. Warts, C '.uts. .' Bruises,1 Kurns,  Scalds:,. Chapped hands, Chilblains,  Host I-'ile eiire on earth. Drives out  pains and aelieii. Cure guaranteed,  Sold bv A. \V. UUSASDICLI,, Druggist,  !>..���   H :���   '   I   lej   :. . -he c,  Ge<>.  ] .'(���;��� !'.���! -.;: c!:i 'tn  ��� >r  cieeli   divide,   uhic-h  sij-ong lead sixty feet   in  The ore is gold quiuiz.  Machinery will be installed on  the Big Chiel and Dupont groups  this year.- This machinery has  been ordered and will be on the  ground as soon as possible.  UV\A.   UfVK'J.'  The property of-the Bull River  Mining Company is .situated on  Quartz creek. who.M* waters  empty into Bull river, and are  about fourteen miles from Fort  Steele. The work- so far has  been preliminary, but the owners are now developing the property as fast, 'as possible. The,  group consists of ten claims, and  there are eight distinct leads  traversing the property.  The Chickamon Stone, Old  Abe. Tontine, Griffith property  and a number of other promising claims are beim; developed.  The,Molly Buw.i, Cuckoo and  Twilight, are, promising claims  located on the east side of Bull  river, and only separated from  the Chickamon Stone by the  Windsor, fraction.  SIX-MILE  (JKEEK.  The Try-Again claim on Six-  Mile creek is a very promising  claim. Development work consists of a tunnel now in some  fifty feeteshowing copper pyrites  in the face'. Assays give a value  of 4.(b ounces in silver, Sli'0.00  in gold and 22-'iO per cent copper. V ��>  TKACV, CREEK.  A Vast amount of development  work has been mapped out by  the mine owners in this section.  The ,Estella, one , of the' best  known properties in the vicinity  of Fort Steele, has, a- considerable force at work developing  the property.   .  The Montana. Tiger, 'Minnie  M... John L., Golden Fleece, St.  Lawrence, Swan and a number  of others are being developed/  SAND  CliEEK. _ _    '  On Sand creek ,there are a  number of excellent properties  deserving of more than passing  mention.- 'Anions: them is the  Empire, Blue Grouse, 'Burton,  Wynstay,vEl Morro. and many  others. ' There has been a large  amount of work, done on these  claims, and this district will con-,  tin tie to attract attention.  "      tSADOKE  CAN'YOX.  In Isadore canyon, about six  miles- from Fort Steele, there  are a number,of promising properties. Several of them have  been quite extensively developed, and others will be thoroughly prospected during the present  year.  SKOOICUM  CHUCK.      u  A considerable number of locations have been made on the  Skookum Chuck during the past  two years which have attracted  attention to that section. Several tine prospects have been un��  covered, and the ore is of such a  character as to cause mining  men to visit that section aud make  locations. The ore is a. high-  grade copper. Considerable development is now going on. and  there is no doubt that this section o ft he Fort Steele ' district  will come more prominently before the public.  LOST  C1JEKK.  On Lost, creek there are a  number of locations of merit.  Some of the ore taken from  many of the locations is peacock  copper, carrying high values in  gold, silver and copper. ' . There  is at present considerable work  being doue, and . it, .would, seem  that the showings .would warrant  more extensive' development.  However there is no question  but that 11.ll the claims' in ' this  vicinity will be exploited this  summer. .   ,  Q"  ; * During the last two m  velopment   of  the   district  aro^  Star   and   Sullivan:   mines and. th  ary   discoveries   made ^^  welfare of three oi* four towns.        Ast there is  only our   l     .   ;'';���.;;-;v\;;^  ;;; ^.';,;.^  ���*������.'���:.'i  - ������-.;:������ .1;  ���'���P '���;'���":  .'V. ���';,-.!���;��� >'��ii  k 1 Miilyii  and that in a central pdiltion he sii  vest   now,   as Mh^; town^^  move rapidly. ^^^^Mff^^^S^^S-^S^^  fe;.  Lots  Apply to  :M(:-  w&a  aJfJ^S^  '.   .������/>���'!' ",;.'(,i":'  -���:;.;^i?;';i?"|';i��i|j'  .;;?''f;^::?;^��fltff  '���'������'"���'',:'''' ". ���'-'7,''.,i''':'it.S>'G;5  -",.-: ��� :'ft,?v:;:iftvK-:/-'-;ij  "���'"������' ��:-��';'. 1*��'':W*L  :':w; -.-:,-;;,:.,;;;,;IsSflfefI  >#ti;fj;|llffj  siipi  lllllliil  '-(':l  ri- ��':.-       .   ,,,.,  '!   : ���",. .-  ,"..'. ������.-��������� '   ,���.���.������.���-.",'.   ...���:., ���'.   &  &     is 1'uiJ.nisiijii) hvkkvsatuicday, and has a  *  *  OUAltANTKBD   CIRCULATION   r.AKGKK... THAN'  ANY OTHKJt PA'i'lA IN'KAST KOOTKNAV.. JT ISAM, 1IOJIK PJMNTEO. AND CONTAINS DOL'llr.K  Till-: AMOUNT OF NEWS OF ANY I'Al'liRiN THE.:  I >I ST lUC'iV ���.:;.'���:'" ..',....;'':' --v'' .'./.���'-���       ' ���-:���.'   ''������"';'  ...�� V,  ',*'..  ��� &-.,:.  *,"  ,85-..  '.*...'.  ���*��*%��*��^*-����*����*^3SS;S5JSS;Sr*����S;S;Si*S;^SfS<��:��c��r  Unexcelled.       :- r'   ;''.-" ���tr',,;';:,. : ;f:";"';-  I;  a>S-f��-S-fS-S-6-e-ffr6-&e-666S:6fe&&6efefe6fe66fc-  >*'   'I'llI-: l'KOSl'l-.CTOl! COVF.ltS A   niSTRICT *���  1^ ..���-.���������      fl>  0/    r.AIlOKR THAN SO.MIO KMI'JKKS. AND HAS A   H��  It    I.AROi: FORKION C'lRCUI.ATJON. 5  tb .. ���'''.   ^ ,  ���(!>  �����-Sa-S-9-9*-a*'i-9-a-9*-a-9;9a3*-S3:'S:3:-S33a33a^'  41  "-^���i*!.  1    VS*. .;>������?-.      \iif,'  .-������:  J, l-'-v"'  The Paystreak ,0f Ad's In,This'Paper ^ays Prom The Grass Roots,  'And'Never Pinches Out, Stake One !     The Result Will Be To     ,  Your -Interest. ' ��� ,.  JOB ��� P RI NT ING  01? ALL KIN DS NEAT L Y AND PRO MPT L Y  EXECUTED.'   '   ��� .'".' ,: :,'  m  ��� f< v-  ���IV:  �����  l':':1  ; h ������'-'-���fs-l  iv;|  ;.\V'5j:: TH,E PROSPECTOR. FORT STEELE, B. 0., '.IPLY''21,.1JW  icias.��BBw:i up ���aevj'T-y.w'vr���r='  -�����������,... ��,.- ,^~~��� ^:- ..j-rlt  ���  i-STAItU--.. ,  .       1- ..  Pi.  R. Grace,  i't'iJI.lMil.ll    AMI    KIlITi' K.  THE I'l.OSI'hCIOK, :- piinli-lictl  r% cr;. -*.uuilI,iv ��� iul h:r- .1 ^t'-i t -uiici-d  Cii ciilimou l.uj.'- ili.in . "\ nll.ti p.ir-tM  ,T. Kn*-T KooiciM ��� 1 i-. ...I horn.. Printed  end comnm- .In, I*'. i .1. .��(.����� (if :tm  -������Tlici   p.'tr*-"' ,l1 Oic Jj.;n,i.  :!���    Itll'J.I   .11    IT    1*.   illl-  A*.  ;in   .ij \ l 11.  excelled.  T>SV0l' il iu tin   lljll   l.\ i'.;' c>( ;'"1'    ��� \r< If      llil'  ieVCJupiUi. !.'. Ill  111'    .��IM    lllin. IMl    ������^OtlKV'*-   'if  II-p J^.i-L KooK nuy u*.i!..ii;r di-.11 it I  Srfl)-"(   l,|   I     "1    - .... *    .'   1*1     ])<���!        \t.ll  ��� ri'iil  a--  i i m'ii ;i 'i \    ' i' h'-  1   lhe  i 'fir in ���('.  t-i inn  Willi    a   railroad    l-'iut    >tei.  wiil  DC --! I'l'M 1\   in 1 ie' s\\ 'Ill  I  In Jlriti-h ( olumiiia   lhe   com   l  iiin ininiiiL; di-ti-ict   is  ihai   di\i  j  sion   of   So'i'h    Kasi    Kootenay  .surrounding    'h<'   town   (if   l-'iii-i  Steele.  >     f     - ,  "The immense bodies of high !  and low urade cire ensure jrreat !  industrial development   as   soon  * ������������ ;> .      v. .t.��,J  12 5  I    '��T.  :*:-=  Headquarters   for   IVEinxng   and   Commercial   Bffier*  25  The  SJIl-'l 1,| I   "1 - .... �� .��� Ml   ])<���!     \t.ll . I i' ���     1  ��� r.. -:-.!���- ,..-., !,.....,.:...,.,. <-��� .ipi'iiciuon.  ilN transportation cm be uiruish-j  rontnbut.oi.-..i.^ouit.-dfro.,!..i]i|..i.[��.ufth,-k,<l   hS  !l   niilway   through   the I  "onu-Ibutiuii'. .ii" i-oi.<.U"d from .ill p.  -istrict.. liut "IJ miiiiei liueai'ln!'or iitiliiu-iitiun ' KooieiKtV  MM ii.i .;��� 11,.' "i it. i- i -lu-ihii'i'i ,  -ouih.  v;:lle\      noi 11. ,   and  THIS PAPER -!;^',11X';,;!!1,;  ao -'lit.  r ' i !!>-��� v.iin'ii..i n."i  Sro...in.    U , -1 '   u!i.'t   coin* i   l-  i tin akU   .-  AU\- Uu!c i  U    BU'Miu/  .u   ' 1    i   ft'  This Paper 'uA';;<;! :V,  A'r.'' ' \ \     ��� (   iiF      '-��   ***   ii I .i.   ���*   \   *  "r.iJM i-( <���   t ,-.   'mi;   ,    nh"!'  <'i,|V'\  ��� ��� r:'-in^ ' .i'i p   i. mlf   n  \ ���      L    ���> .1  .   l  i.   ���    ^ ��� j  111 .'i. el'\    ci,re' lion      ion.     !' ol'l ;  I ...  Steele     aie      pri i.elsi Mii      'li 1III.!-.;  camps, e.n'l' oj'e capable oi   '-.iii)-  ���  I met in ii 11 (On-.,; mi-. o[ opei ,.i ��� \ i --  This Paper Kl���  i-1  |4 li'   I. .    It   e .      \ .li-  ,v i\i    ft l-i   |. : VI-  ^'oj.-i i,  i." .  .i.[. .��� ;..  i-   i ���   1. .1   This Pa tc,r  ^r,he SffKo&pccto r  ATI*  [).\V. -Jt'I.'  i.iimi  Tile heeil    ot    Uood    r. ,l(i--    .llld  trails    ;M i nine     ii!<n-e    uppareut  e>. el V ilii\ . 'f'tiei'e ���> ��>e:ii ee!\ .1  i-nud Mi 'l.is iInIi 'i", "^ uii"li ill  fi.-ti'i'll I '���; lulil.l WOidl'oe !o|e|.  aleii llei't' li I fl i! i--11 ( 'oll.llliiia  Inn'-eVer 1 lie   pc'nple   an     patient i  and |(uiir siii'in intr. and !ia\e put'.  0,.:p wiih bad roan- umi   '.i-.iili tor ���  ���-���  ���--        -      many  veils"-,  bin   now   they   are  W-^Vl'l-UXt; lhe pa-liive year-  ti(>.,.;(U,11US,, j,,.. ���.,.   UK-il'iie-   l,.r  U    it  ha>  been   the  aim  of  )Vilt..,,ni,    -,���,   ,uiuin^   -ec:'i,,n-,,  The   Pkcspi:c:tok   to siiow   '^�� aiu| .;.u.,plib;h. in^invays b,    ,,������  the'outside world the wonderful 'JliXAra     it  ;^' t-ertain   iliat   the  .and  varied   resources  of  South (]f,manu:s w5i] he attended   10  in  ��� ��.sist Kootenay.    That its ertoi'ts, tht, n,4ai. ;ulu,v. a'nd' lha't  money ���  have been appreciated   is   borne  Wtll In-mow eqnajiy divtnb��i��J <  out by the'fact  that  there   lias  ,'|Ul], .-n x\XtS -,M>ti  been, especially during the past _ ',    *'   * ' \  .   season., much inouiry   from   the       it rec.uire.- i^lu-i.nj.* advertis-;  outside  for additional   in.forma-  ,,,��� t0 ^e a"u.\vr, k'n��nvn.  This!  tion,regarding the district.  Dur-  u Sumeihi,lir thaj'the , people  of j  ing that time many,thousands of ^orr Sie^ie ^^^  to  ]u,ve  ovov.;  copies of The Prospector have ]ooke(1.     it   svoui^  anpear  that1  been sent to such enquirers.'  We ' thev arij wiiijHsr lo drift with the:  have always believed that South ��� t[d^ and if anvthinir ��,00(j comes!"  East Kootenay-is the richest see-:aIon?i   lake  ,;  as5   K   Ma"tter �� of i  T,ion of the Province,, and- while lcouri>e< neVer doinsr anvihins- to 1  in the past handicapped for  the . lnake lh(? re;,oul.c.e;= of the tribu- j  ' ]ack of transportation,  we  were , Uuy t.ountrv known.    It pays in !  satisfied that the mineral  wils in , lhe  lun;,  VUil aW  do  something j  the mountains, only requiring in-  f(JJ.   the" town  and  surrounding!  telligent oxploiiatipn to make Ujcountrv: if not. other towns less'  available.    Otlfer sections of lhe _ favore5 bv nau,re will pluck the 1  Province have sprung  suddenly ^y\xti'  into ])rominenc:(?and have  made  wonderful strides in mineral development,  but   in   none of   the  .districts'now   known   th'c  world  over,   was   ther��   such   .surface  showing* as are existent  in   the  XI  Conveniences.  FORT    STEELE,   B.   C,  Large   Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.  The  ofe  Financial Condition of], the District.  It is gratifying to know that  property is .increasing in South  East Kootenay. Jn lMHi the total valuation, according to the  ^mountains of South East Koote- assessors figures,  was *(J0a,s(i'l.-  nay toda,y. During the ]>a.st year  a iiiimbor, of deals " involving  large amounts of ntoney have  been eonsiimafecl. and there has  been more activity in mining development, than ever before, and  , during the present year a vast  amount of work will be'-- done,  and the Port Sioelc district will  receive the recognition it deserves. Tiik Puoki'ki'tok lakes  sriiue credit for this, for as before hta-tod it has persistently  advertised the country and will  continue to do so.  ���I Sefore'another year rolls by  there will be several ])roducing  mines in the vicinity of J^ort  Steele, and the tcDnnage iroin  these mines will not be inconsiderable. The people an: aroused;  to the fact that on these mines!  the    prosperity   of   South   Ea.-t;  Kootonav must depend, and thev >  '   1  have also arrived at  the  co.iclii- ,  sioiKthal aside from ininiiiir the  j'��sonrces of the district are limited.  The man who -!a-.-- w^i. the  Fori Steele minini. district, will  be -.< rict 1 v in it.  00. For the current 'year the,  assessed valuation is Sl,:?f>7.!):-31.-  ()(i. an increase of $:jf)7,ui)2.(5b\  over the proceeding year. In  18!)!) the amount of taxes collected on wild land, real property  and income tax was $17,(i71.4!).  This year the amount is .fc'."i.4i'(i.-  ���10, an increase' of S7.74f:i.!il.  This shows an increase of no  small proportions and speaks  well for the financial state of the  Fort Steele; district.  Of the amount collected ' it  would be pleasant to know how  much will be expended in roads,  frails and bridges in the'district.  cur��E hcl your pains with  .v;:c--i."Srt'A.i.;.\*K:7rA-K^-?^i^K-Ksss��:!a  Ub  �� ft Medic'r.o Chost In Itself.  .-V. ,^  l~.    Simplo, Safe a.-id Quick Cure for    !S  f; CR AM PS.DIARRHOEfl, COUGHS  yj COLDS, KHEUIKATISM,  ^      ' NEURALGIA.  ��:       2S and 60 cent Bottles.  ?���: a = .vAie cr imitatio.ns-  Kimberley:   B.;C.    /  1 1 C 1  (  r t> r OJ  i)  ��      ' C ��� '    1       *  WELLMAN     &    HUREL,     Prop's.  ���   .    " #      S2   PER   DAY      *  r  Is a large and Attractive Hotel of Quiet Elegance in all  its Appointments, with a Cusine of Superior  Excellence.  Now Open  SHdte  KitnSerley,  H. -W. Drew, proprhstor.  B. C  I  0  For House Gleaning Time.f  W  fSEASONABLE GOODS  ���^ Chloride l^ime  V1      Carbolic Acid  LAKGE   AND   COMMODIOUS   SAMPLE    ROOMS   FOR  COMMERCIAL MEN.  ;2 BL'Y  ONLY  THE GtNUINE.j*  y. ���     PERRY DAVIS' U  Everything New. First Class and up to date '  (n Every Particular.  HEADQUARTERS   For Travellers and Mining Men.  ������*���  '*-  ������-.  JSed J3ug Poison  L* c  Boracic Acid  Carbolic Powder  Sulphur Torches  Borax  Sponges and ChamoiV^-  Electro  Silicon   and   Silver  Soap for Cleaninir '���^  Windows and Silverware. ' "^r  & A. W. BLEASOKLL. *:i-��'i"��u'<iiiiarioi;��,M..Ji.-.,1 i'iiii.-..is..-i.^>  ���f{r Copperas for Disinfecting, etc., etc.  c  , Pioneer Droo Hail m%���*  *  *  1 in n.-..-- ii  In-   vii-m  M i a n��.'er- -> ��� ��� iT nr.  ��.'m   ;i'v;r'   " i; h   *h"  7 i 1 ;l 1   il.f    lii'lie-    .11  11)',-       '   IC-' "-.'   ���'  in.] ���>! ���   n< i-  ,. The buildiiiii" .of tin!' railroad  'up' t.ile Kool.enay vai-li-'y ���>.���,': ihsi.ii i:i  severa.i tt'.iwi)>/ but i.V.;.-r: Si.-i-ii,-  will .ii'iaintai.'ri-'ii.s !')OSi!,if>"i:. :-X":ii<;  minin.ti- center. ������.;���'      ������      ...   .  ;BLl^OEp;'pA|lB^jiiWE��T';-  ���     Talu- IS ell  is on .'-a.!'! ii 1  b  (j stin  [���'  Sou't h Ea.-^l :l\.���><>!<  .diu-e a vasi- a.;m');;i::  sea si ��.'i.       Tie- ���.! ��'>lfri;  (���  1CAVEA~S, TRADE MARKS, J  5       CCPYftiCHTS amd DEStGNS. J  .' '-..-nil > i.nr litiMin.tsH .'liri.'':l It. WiiHliiiiutoii. /  '*t ^;iv��;s lihi.:3 i ..il.-* Ii:hh. I��f^tti;r .h<T\.i|.c. *  t     My eili'.�� --iovt Id V. II. J-alf.'it Otter.    mCC prcllmlti- t  * ary cx_!n!r.Atj-.:.i, ir.-..,'^.    Avv's tt.'- i.ot. t]u.- iirnii i..,il.-.rit. *  ���J a����.,���.;.'. 1 /'Ci;..:{>������ ?.:. A"t!'.vnij:i mvr.u .1'. yi:aki;'  ' Ar.tv..\u r.-nvr.r.tv.^-.T.   i * ��� u.wu,<,h:.M, v:-imu," *  't<\'... c.'.ii1  '.'.w.t  :'-:.;i:.. ;..(.. i;i-.,: ;.!:r..U(:h i:, '.. f;;:,:'-rn J  * '!!.,<���.��� .-.:.!   i:.,:,'- .-.;    /.: -. h;!], ���>���-������; : ���   t.nma. 1:1. li. y.-er. J  f j"  ci  r. i -."i n r t������ >���( l ������.'.! c-. fl. snow ft Co. ^  **-   ���'   '  " 5K U ���'H v   91B f St.,  N. \V.,o  -.'.'. Ji-ii -.:,'.-.-A:-.(-erj-"7:'>r-j, o.,c. J !  RESTAURANT   OPEN   DAY   AND   NIGHT.  S,&CROFTS  CONTRACTORS  Afl    Kinds ���of   IJrick   and   Stone   Work'" ���  The  *.-* ^'."i- VM.I *V-  iv*^i^%'%->.-v-''v^w^.>,>'W^ v��B  !>���'(('  Is   and  I'M li] J^or Sa.l  .'IVLASTJCIilNC.  ri-oniptly  lone  FERKIE, B. Q.     OLD TOW:-.:.,  SPTJBNDI'P A(:,e;OMMOQy\TIONS        '    '.' .,        \\  ���      Sample Rooms for Commercial- Men  ���' '        . ���       No Traveller Should Pass the D.oa-.''-  ' ��� .Tine l.i-ail i-iin.s within t<.>'ii feet ..of the house.' ('Uiin'i  li.iu-ii aiK.l plenty of hay a.nd ^-ralii. i/f you p;it runiy.i. ih,--  Waldorf von will .never reyrol. il.,    ..-'''���������  ./:/.' A. ���:j<s\N<:)lX&3,  a     '\  Hi  roprioKjr THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, R 'o.l-:.jlViJy 21
1900.
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ALLIES CAI'TURE TIENTSIN.
Chinese Routed Allies Tnke the
City After a Desperate Assault.
London, duly 17. - The JJaily
Mail gives ihe Associated Press
the following dispatch from its
Shanghai correspondent, under
dale of July 17:--
"The allied troops resumed
ihe allack upon lhe Chinese
Availed city of Tientsin on the
morning oi .July 17tJi and succeeded Ml reaching, the u-a|l ;|1](|
eaplui iii<_ all the lori.s.
'•The Chinese aie now completely routed and the Allies
took possession of the unlive
City and its defences. The lolal
loss ol the Allies in Hie engage-
ifieut.s ol Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, woirabnul win killed
ori u;ounded. The easuulitie.
were "rentest, anions lhe IJns
fcians and Japanese.
oi
the
f» -led today, and (lie arriva
iiidinii troops will e.inhle
allies to reinforce Shanghai.
A despatch Jrom Shanghai ie
eoi\ ed here lodav reports thai
five cruisers of i|1(. jiJMi'd fleet
reconnoitered at Shan Ha Kuan.
July 17, and found lhe harbor
iighls and lorfs intact and but
Jew Chinese, visible. Tlie dispatch adds thiit it was intended
to bombard the fort, but that the
Meet    retrained    and ' slood    bv
•ady tor action in case lhe forts.
.showed    any   signs   of   activily. |
The   same   dispatch    adds   that!
eight warships aie lying- oil   the
native city of Shanghai and that j
nine otliers are belweeu   .Sbang
hai and Woo Sun
The Wm.
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■3IA.M.-KACTI'KKIJK   nifj Villi' t■• lu . . .Y J'VX*.'J-' <*• VK JH<} V<-fcK
■mudu tout-euro "RIDER A IS Fur. .       .tlifgJtu!yi.rt(:c is.
handle l.i.l-i ItiiyiilAlvfu-n.wiii tJiv <£l,-lirili.il \iU '.,"-'.' fi'"t i"^c "»'J
tliu'-euKli-Bt muiiiiiK known; It,', „r I■ .. \-7?, .J"   v««'"ilwuud JiaiiKtr-
WKldloi IwdalH, tool* ,„„) ,.,,;,Wl<-Vt|io S „fr.iV.lV.'""'^ "yifli-iilc
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FREE ^.id'^^Sill&'Vi,*:;^';;^,^^" «*«. .m,,r W(.,™
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"Hairiiltoii"; ■' -V"!
!^lM!Tlili,j
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.iiieU'r; or a hJtfh (cnido Hour piinii
IK.Tfi.ft.Iy HutlmletL ' '
> "iir.mnm.y uH h»ck if you Aruiiot
~.it rimniiffH'tu're the ^Iicnn /ic'imt^
O^O.JI)EL,:„o'Il      .'IT
TEXAS.
COLEMX
"The guns of tin.
immense damage to
city,   cau.siuy   many
Allies did
the   native
large   eon-
j'agra lions   and  iinally   silenced
o   the majority oi Ihe oiir»iny".-.««nii.s
simultaneously.    Then Kn'O Russians assisted  by   small   parlies
of (iermaiis and French, assaulted and cm pi ii rod ejg-ht  «fwns that
were in position on the  railway
embankment,  and   the  fort,   the
magazine of   which   the  French
hubsef|uently blew up. '
"Washington, duly 17.—The
Chinese minister has ju.st received a cablegram announcing:
'' lhe safety of the foreign ministers on July Si. The text of the
dispatch,is as follows:—
"The utmost eflorts have been
inside to protect the foreign min-
ifeters. who were well on ihe
Kith (Chinese calendar corresponding to our July it), li Tientsin city should be destroyed it
would be difficult to restore the
(same in 100years.
X.ny 3>.v*<5  JL,osl. - Ford   Crei-k   Two
Miles Wide.
Calveston, July 10.     A   Hon
burst occurred ai Coleman eari,\
todav and fifteen lives a re known
lo have been   lost.      The   clone
burst, which lollow-d threedavsi
unprecedented    rainfall,    caused!
Ford creek lo hurst its banks and
rush through Coleman, a  village
of less than K>W inhabitants.    ,
f  'i
n    (1 -i
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Maine Banquet.
London. July |()—The   much
talked of •■Maine Bancpiet"  was
given at the  Hotel   Savoy  this
evening.,   The room, was prettily  decorated   with   tlowers   and
flags, the British and  American
colors being entwined.    A model
of the hospital ship Maine, composed of white /lowers with green
-sails,    held   the   center   of   the!
table.      The  guests  were  24 in
number.
W.  DREW,
Proprielor.
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fori sigeie.
Wholesale jiml Retail
BUTCHERS
l'"'ii:   I)K\-!:l<i|'|.;]i
Go lo riic-
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MONTE   CARLO   RESTAURANT
On Kivei'sJcl/. Avenue
William Robinson. Proprietor
:.u:ai.s  A.r ALJj  hot-ics.
^IMrVG   'PROPERTIES
OST KOOTENAY', B.C.I
IA1I   Kinds   of   Poultry   and   Game
In    Season
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IX T-,r.
'Wl.'JTK  'ro
CHINESE ENTER SIBERIA.
I "
Russians Ordered Out of Manchuria.
„ London, July lrt.—If ihe news
'of the Chinese invasion of Siber-
'ia is true it will  of course  im-
raensely complicate the situation
from an international point of
"riew. As stated in the Associated Press despatch of July " 1.'!
from St. Petersburg,, the Chinese had already peremptorily
ordered all Russians to "quit
Mauchui ia, but no one   believed
An Inportant Factor.
The people of Fort Steele have
come to the conclusion that we
are to have a railroad, "and as a,
consequence   they    are   feeling
'The   Milwaukee'
more hopeiul.     So Jar as can be
learned,   by   the   meagre    news
which gets abroad, there  seems
rib doubt but ihe'railroadAvill be
built, and that construction   will
commence this fall and 'be  con
tinned until the road is completed.     It will be of great convenience to people  residing ,in   the
Kootenay  valley,   it   will   cause
great activity in the development
of,the mines,   and  farmers  will
be able to market their produce,
the coal from   the Crow's  Nest
mines can beorapidly shipped to
'the coast,  in   fact- it  will   meta-i
that  they would  be   audacious Imorphohe 1he entire re^o"  *>e-
^m^no-i, ir, k,.,..,i, .-.'„< „m,.,! jtween the Crow's Nest line and
A   familiar  name   lor   Uio   ( 'Iiii-si^o.
Miln.iiik.M-A: SKl'aiil l.'aibcay. kno'ivii'! ~
all nvur the Union .is  iiJO, (;|.wli, 'H;lii.
way   rminiii"   ili<j   •• I'lunui\ Umilal."
trains cvury day and niyht liutwcen St.u
lJanl   ami   « "liio.ic.ii.   and   cimaha   and
Chiciifio.   -'Vhe only  per/ei-i   iraii^in
the; world."    Uiidei^rand:   (■oniie'i-iioiis
aru  made   «iih   All   TransconMiiu'iilal
J-ino-.  assuring  t„ jiassenyor.s the liust
servii.-e   loioun.    i Luxurious   i.-oaidies,,
electric: liglils. steani liuaTTcil   a   verity
equaled by no otliei- linV.    '   .   '
Sue tli.it voni- Mcl?i..i read- via "Tin;
.Milwaukee" when ^oin<j- lo any point
in the United Slates or Canada. All
tickeL ayents sell them.',    ,
For rates, pamphlet* or  other' information, addre-,*.
J. \V. Casey. C. .I.'kuuv.-'
,   Ti.iv. IV.sv. Aki . UeueiulAKcm.
SK.ATTf.E, WASH.     I'OKTLAXD. OK
Ch.as.  Estmere-
, ( ii *
Mining and Stock Broker.
Kimberley, B. C.
Cranbrook
l^ernle
Fort StesJc
Moyie Wardnei\
.■S5v.4'|
enough to break out of their own
country'and attack ^Russian ter-
ritpry..
Such attack if it had been
made, ofcoui.se, consists in Itself
:i declaration of war, rendering
forma 1 notification needless.
A seperate attack by the Chinese  on   Russia   means   giving
that  country,   according  to  the
views expressed in Europe,   for!
an isolated descent1 on Pekin and
additional claim to a.sserf greater 'influence than the other pow-
ei-.s and lo   obtain   greater  coin-
f> pciiisation when the day  oJ   settlement comes.     Hence extreme
''uneasiness has  been  created   m
the Chancellories by  this   latest
development.
As lo the latest CJhinc.se assurances of the salety ol lhe foreign
' 'legations at I'elcin, they are not
t credited here.    Un  lhe contrary
it   is   believed   these  assurances
have been dictated by the desire
to save lhe native   nly   of  Tien
Tsin       The    Associated     Press
correspondoni .if  Shanghai,   under date of July   Hi.   wires   that
there   is   hardly   a    doubt     1 hat
\Shaii-i. the Chinese  direcloi   of
I telegraphs,    is  withholding   the
information hi his possession.
The news ol the massacre,   as
already   cabled   lo   ih«    United
I' States, imiv be taken a.s corroci
The di.sjjatch adds that   there   is
evidenced! the Woo Niiim lorfs.
the main Hue at Golden.
Attempted Burglary.
Some hungry individual   tried
to  burglarize  the  Monte  Carlo
Restaurant   on   Monday   night.
He got over the fence and  "was
trying the backdoor. The screen
door closes with   a  spring,   and
this   getting   away   from   him.
made a racket, he kept quiet   for
awhile,    then  commenced  work-
again.    Monte,  being awakened
by the noise  at,  once  concluded
that some one   was   after    his
•'hundred   dollar  bills"  won   at
the  last  election,   reaching   for
his gnu he opened   fire  through
ihe door and the intruder  made
himself scarce.
Gfus, IVIeidig
Contractor   %   Builder
• M I L L I N E R Y
Just  Received—A   large con-
<■ signinent of Lai est Styles.      t
.     MRS: DILSE, Proprietor.
_^._  -*-«.-^_ .
,   KEEPS ^CONSTANTLY   ON    HAND  '
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KYesh Rread and Cakes
Fresh Fruits every dav     °
Fresh Vegetables
■   t     Fresh Eggs  ' "
Fresh Milk and Butter
NOW   OPEN
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Livery,   Feed   and'Sale  Stable:
Foif Steele.":I3VC'V
rn.\.\IIN-c, Ol'   \].L IvI.VDS SOUeiTKjj.
Knockout nt Rosslnnd.
Ivosshind,   July   1-!.   0.—Andy
King knocked out    Danny   Dean
in the lourih round (his evening
til lhe Dominion Hall.    The pace
was a  rapid   one   from   starl   fo
finish and   was   witnessed   by   a
large number.      The'i rick   was
done will, a  left-hand   swing   on
the .stomach and a  leff-hand   upper-cut on lhe ehin.
M1VI.HA1,   \C •1'.' ISM.
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:     AND;IMPORTER OF      '
^ FINE WOOLLENS
-.R.ockyMciunttiin'Avenue.' .
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Fort Steele, B. C.
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H.    RE IN EM AIM,    Fro p rie to rr
TV 6;
< I l< 1 I I li 4 I F Ol    I M rid IVKM KN'I.S.
It at Hi
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LShnn
uioulh   ol    lhe   Wo   Sungl'iyhl   weig'li
iml    ten
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Rushed by the Winner.
New York, July Hi.—Tonight
in the presence of !-|,ii|i(i])(.rM)1],s
in Madison Square (,'ardon Terry
AlcCovern of Brooklyn, defeated Frank   Krnc  of   Buffalo,    lhe
mill's    noi th    ol I win h
i nig si leiigilu n
t'eil and siniol led \\ 1111 lai ge on,in
it
Vilies ol ammuuil ion    II is hope*
II; n  I .ondoii   ihal   1 lu>   I,Hiding   o
ll.he     :'J,iii)ii     Japanese    11 oops
I Whit h   ll   Is i-.s peeler I   will    be   <>J
NOTICE.   ■
-MINXIi:     M       ..ml      TlillilC"   Mlnoi'iil
| I'I.inns    >itn.iif   IM   Hie    l-'.in.   SumiIo- Jliiilii';,'
IJiv isK.ii ,,f | ,,S| iCo.Hfii.i\  District.-
Wli. ii i.m.ik.I -on tli.-'l'i'iU'y.c.-r..M.'i; Jloiiii-
t  H'l   III .11    I.I'M |S ( |. ,.)> ,.   .
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•M •■' -N'" "I1""! .'(.'I'tii tor:'.lolm K.
Ilunililiirvs r M C No n 1IMU". lii'tuiKl. sixty
ll.l\s ft oil) 111,. ,1,1,  Ii.-moi   t.. ripply t.,, Hie Mi,,'-
"'-' 1*« <-•«■!tli i I. iniir in 'il'linpi..nviii,iiis.
tni th,. ])iii]xisi ,„ ,iln,lui.iii,'.i Crown  Oram oV,
t III   ,lllll\" , 1,1 Mils .
Ml.l fllllh. I   III.,   Ilt.tl. •   lliin   ;u.|.i„„.   urttlj-j.
smiiiiii ,; iiiusi i„ ...Mill, m..,i.'imfiiri..u'l.i isMi-
UHi'nl mi, Ii I , ml,,,,,, hi liniiroveiiii'iiis.    '.'
ll.'l. ll Ulis ".III ,1 l\-n|  \l.u. idihi,
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fflmtf?) OPEN,
. ' .   -Fort. Stf.e lic, B. C.   ■:'
; MANUFACTURER rOPv;.
' Tiinytii:cji, Galvanized Iron; Sheet
I  ,'."   li'Qii.   Stove, Pijies. a'nd:;
■ 'a  ,      ';.'.• Copperware    ";'■-
BUILDINGS HEATED nml VENTILATED
Plumbing,  Pipe "'fitting. and   all I
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promptly.. exebxitecL k im:um'k< tok. fo;:t ��� Ti:;-:r,K. k c\. july ii, iron  t^ij-je ^ro0puj;tot\  ���i;ii.\v .iu.y m. hiiMi.  Claim Poor.  1 A mining claim i.s realty, and  a man iia.s a legal right t<; hold  as many claims as he can do annual required woi k on; yet it i.s  not wise to attempt to grab cuboid the; whole countryside.  That i.s a habit  and   a   bad   one.  "A locality where one man or a  few in en hold nearly. -.aLL=_the  claims is not .sought by investors, and wholesale claim holders  defeat their own purpose. "Just  doing- assessment, work will keep  a camp poor forever". It i.s development work that makes a  ���camp, and a man who hold.-, his  claims to sell at a big- prolit. just  as he   would   a   corner   lot   in   a  . growing town, must demonstrate  intrinsic values or be --claim  poor',;.  The Upper St.  Mary's.  Tut:    PitoMri-:crroK    has  t !���(,'���  ' . i 'i',-(l ( 'iiiiiliiiii1 :���' Sha ughai  s.; ��� Thai lli" \ 'nviTiior of  Sbang Tung wire- thai the l'.o.x-  .-i-s ;iud   sound's  w civ   bombard-  i> !  ing lhe li-gatious on   Hie   7th   of j  .'lily.     He is extremely  anxious |  for the   safety   oi   the   ministers  and friendly Chinese   in   J'ckin.  Tlie consul adds   that   fears   tor  the  worst  .ire   generally   entertained.  Preparing-  to Send Worse News.  The   Shanghai   correspondent  of the Loudon Express gives the  text of a   long  edict   of   Prince  Tuuiu  and    addressed    to    the  Chinese ambassador,  which   the;  Express    declares     is   identical  with the* message   of   Emperor  Kwang   J-Jmu.   mentioned   in   the  Daily Mail, and the Chinese edict  published in  Washing-ion.     The  Express    considers     the    edict  proves Tuan's   party   is   making  no attempt to clisgui.se   the   fact  that the worst'that can beantici-  i pated has happened.    The   edict  j contained   the    following   para-  or  &t��s��  ���rewitig  FORT STEELE,  B.  C.  Co.  MANUKACTUKEKS     and      IIKKWKIJS    Oh1    EXTUA    KINK  1 N.HANSON, 1  |= Gei-ierreil  rW&rrcltemt AND ~3  ��~ L,ic|��or Dealer. ^z  Manu/act urer of all Finds of Lumber,       A large assortment of seasoned .Lumber and Shingles always  on hand.  quently mentioned the Upper St.  Mary's country and the wonderful j  So  ! graph--  BEER  PORTER  SOLD    BY    THE ' BARREL,   -KEG    OR     BOTTLED  Hot tied beer for family use ;�� specialty  Ol'TSIPE OKDEKS GIVEN STK1CT ,,; LMiOML'T ATTENTION  The anger of our people knew  possibilities of that region  far a.sex|)lor;tlion ha,s gcjne ther,_  appears   to  be  a   large   coppei  , no bound.-  belt running through the conn-  try, and from what can be learned the ore on ihe surface is of a  low grade and   cannot  be' made  available until   cheap   tran.spor- i , . ,  '.      . ,    ���.     : . possible tor us tor continue   this;  tation is as.siit-eu.     Lt  is   a-  won-?1 .  ��� ,   protection let   n   ne   representee  and   * ' i  to the powers that  we  must   be  held blameless, for the anger of i  They could   not   be  ! restrained.      The task of guard-  ' ing the  legations,   which   betore  i was dimciilt. wa> made more impossible.",       ' c  !     Elsewhere, referring to the lie-  sire to protect the legations still,  unharmed, it says:    ������If it is im-;  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ��Ji��^ii  r= DIMENSION      LUMHEK  SPECIALTY. =3  WflSfl.  BG.  ^iiaiiiiiiiiiiiiUiiiiiiiiiaiiiiwuiiiiUiiiUiaiiiiiiaiiiamaiEs:  DON'T   FORGET  The Steele House  Sick & Mutz, Prop's.  derful'ly attractive  section  when a railway is built  up  the  St'. Mai'v's a coiintrv of uncgni- . ,    ,  ,. . " ... -,, , our.people grows wuh the rising.  ficient propositions wnl be open.-;   ,    l , l     \  i V    .       i      ,- \    -,,-   ris ..    ot each sun'that sees   more  and1,  ed lor exploration.  A.s it is mere |  , t    ,  ���       i    : vet more loreigners come to our!  area large number of claims lo-) - - . '  catedupou which a large amount J country aiHUaywasre to n  and.  of development   work   has  been | &iay our. people.  ,-, ��� * The  correspondent   >ay<   the  edict is intended to pave the way  CAE.LIN   & DTJRIGK  done  The Ifiiiiiming fr-iinl group  consists of five claims. ���The  ledge is from 2T> to .'!() feet in  ' width,' mixed with ca-lcite cand  heavy .spar, in which copper.,  galena and copper pyrites appear.     ,,  ' sBetting- on the Election.   <  The betting on   the   presidential election   in   New   York   was  ' -I to 1 last weelf in favor of   Mc-  . Kin Icy.    One .broker' bet SiO.OOO  sJJ I '  to *.">,n00 that'McKinloy will beat  L'.ryan in 'November and the certified checks were put up.  .Smaller bets are, freely made at  these odds, and  lind   ready   talc-  ���ors.  A democratic bai'ilcer says he  will nol vote for l'.ryan, but for  McK'inley and Roosevelt". -II"  I'urtl'ier says thai he is oll'ering  to bet :'. to I thai Bryan  \yill   Vot  ��� receive -l.oOo.Odo votes this, year  as against (1, .".on, i it mi in IMW. and  finds no takers.  In Butte. Monlana. it is'learn-  i'- that belting K even, and that  the Bryan men have barrels of  money to bet  on.their   favorite.  ANOTHER   MINISTER   CRUELLY  MURDERED.  ���  Czar of Russia Learns of the Death  of His Minister by' Torture.  St., Petersburg. July U.--The  LV.ar  has    received   with   great  emotion shocking details  of   the  catastrophe at   Pekin  from   Ad-  ���miral Ale.vyeft   at   Port   Arthur  confirming the horrible a^-as-sin  til ion of M.  Do (Tiers.  The admiral dec-lares that the  liussian envov was, dragged  through the streets by I .oxers,  in-suited, beaten and toruuvd.  and even thrown into a g-ri'at  ketlle and boiled to deal h Then  the remain.s \vi>n- thrown io the  dogs. Mme IV (iiei-s. Admiral  AleXVt'tT'.s il'h id-.-. dee|(l|-e. .siitiered a fate worse than deatji. and  was beaten and tortured with  sharp sticks until life was e;\  . thict. ' ��� i'..    . ���   ���:'      ���   -  .'The legation'officials are. -said  ., to have been tortured' hendishiy  . until  death-Vended   their: sufferings.    M. De Oier.v and his legation officials resisted desperately  'and hisbrave   bodyguard   killed  many of.the attacking mob.       I,n';  tlie ini'dst of his .tortures the 'in-'  vovis   said   to   lucve  ���h'M'oic-.a.lly  . proclaimed . his .faii.li   in   Christ  ianity.- nn.couraged, by his. wife.,  Vho..shared his ma.t.yrdoni.  .Wasliingfon. -iuly  11- ('cih^ul  for a final lifting of the veil over  'the recent history in Pekin.  His Life Was Saved.  .Mr. .1. K. Tjilly. Jt jiromin.'iit citizen  of Hutinibitl. Mo., iately hurl a wonderful dfKvr'r;ui<-i- from u frightful death.  In telling of il he-ay-: ������[ was uikuu  iu-)tti Typhoid F-jVlt.' that ran into  Phi-'iunciiia. <>My tung- became- harden-  od. f wa- -o \v.''ak I couldn't even -it  up in lied. Xotliing hol]>od|nie. I .e.\-  |)ci'tccl to -oon die of C'on-amption.  ..���lien I heard of Dr. I\in<r'-��� New Di.-  eovery. One liottle ^a\e great relief.  I continued to ate it. and now I am well  and htronj!. 1 can't say too much in its  p-.aisc." This marvellous-' medicine is  the -tire.-t and cjuiC-ke-t euro in the  world for all Throat and l.unir Trouble.  Trial hoMles free at -BLHASnF.LL'S  Dru'r Si ore: everv bottle iruaranteed.  GENERAL  Fort  , Steele,  MERCHANTS  Eest  Kootenay.  Firsts Class   Brands  of   Liquors  and   Cigars.       Headquarters      for.     Mining     Men.    ,   Commodious  ,  Sample   Rooms.        Best   Cuisine   in   the  1 West.       Modern   Conveniences.  ���. ,   - ' .Home   Comforts.    ''    <  D. McNeisli  Proprietor.  Sole Agents for the  GdlltOi) St>66!  COMPANY  This Steel isguaranteed to bo equal to Jessop's or  Firths in all  Hard Rock Work.    " ��� ' < -    ��    .  Sole Agents  Sole   Agents  WATER    NOTICE.  is   heri'bv   'jiven   thatanap-  Nnti  plicaiion"will be made   nndei  'aft   11.  ol "Water (.'laii.-e- C'cm-nlidation Act.  1SU7." to reeiird lhe riiihu to take, divert, conve.v. and u-e water in the Ka-t.  Kootenay Di-triet. for ordinary, dome.s-  t,ic and agricultural,purposes:'    ���  (kj 'J'he name ot the a])|dicant i.- the  Indian Department per It. I.. T. Oal-  lirailh.  (b) 'J'he name oi the lake, stream or  source is (/' iiiiimninl t[n iltwriiilion is)  I 'hniip.- creek.  Ir) The point of diversion or intended ditch head i- at or near the I'.ound-  ary tern-eon Mr. I-Miillip- Lot "JS!l.  The jioint where it i- to be returned  L-at lhe International Hounchu-y.  The ditterencc in altitude between  the point ot diver-ion and the point  where it i- to be returned i- about -i.\  i'cot.  u/, The mean- b.\ which it is intended to -tore and divert the ' water i- by  an iirdinar\ irrigation ditch and Hume  to be con-tructed over part of l^ot l^Sil  and the Indian 1 !eser\ e.  i , The number of inche- applied  lor is ' )ne Hundred.  ��� i The water i- required for dn-  mi'-ticand irrisr.ition purpo-e-.  i/. Th<- land or mine on which the  -\atei- i- to be iis-eil i- the Tobacco  I'lain-- 11.ill.hi I !es(-r\ e.  'ii    Thi- nriiice w.t- published on the  >th (i.e. i.r.lune. I'lon. .md   a]iplication  w iU be made to   the   <'oiunii���ioii'-r  on  the ::oth day of -luh. l'liiu.  >���,(,.,/,i,r   '  K. I.   T. CAbliliAITII.  Indian A^enl.  /'    <)    .l./r/i#.sM      Kill I   Si. ele.   H. (-.      -J.")  M  Mir  THIRTY-NIKTH YEAR.  md SCIENTIFIC  PRESS  . 24 Pages   :   Weekly   :   Illustrated.  INDISPENSABLE  TO MINING MEN.  S3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.  -    HKSl* .'VMl HA MI'J.K COI'V. ���  MINING ���-- Scientific PRESS  330 MARKET ST.. SAN FRAWCISCO, CAL.  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  Crow's Mi Goal m^  O ' ^  Giant Pouider GomDanu.  Mining  Supplies  a Specialty.  Agents for the   MASSEY    HAURTS    CO.. Limited.  Farming   Implements,  E  THE B. C. ASSAY & CHEMICAL     . ������    .  *       &.   ��� SUPPLY 'CO'., Ltd. I  "    \ '      738 PENDEK ^STREET. '  ���Jr.    Vancouyer,    B.    Cf,    -ijf  We are Manufacturers and direct Importers, and carry a  large stock of Balances. Furnaces, Fire Clay Goods, Scientific  and  Practical   Books.   Glassware..  Platinum   Goods,    Acids.  [] Chemicals, and till other Assayevs' and Miners' requirements.  SOLE "AGENTS for Morgan Crucible Company, Batters'ea, Beck:  er's Sons' Balances, Brauri's Gasoline "Furnaces, Etc.  Catalogue and full particulars on application.  dTJiSjUiJXJtnirulriJahJTl^^  ��:-SSS9S9SSSSS9S9S9S9SSS9S9S9SS' S9S9S9S9S9SSS9S9SSS9S9��  !  w  E  E  A  S  S  GREAT  Northerti  Railway.  THK STMJVKYOU'S CHAIN  MA UK  IT T11K SIIOHTISST  ���rHANSCONTlNKNTAN  IJOIT'l'K.  It i.- tlio most niotlorn in equipment: it, is tlie heaviest railed  line:  it has a roek-ballast roadbed: it. orosses no sand deserts: it, was   bftilt'  without a land ��rant. or uovernment aid: it is noted  for courtet-.v of iti-  employes-, it is the'only line sorvinjr meals on the a la earte plan.  THROUGH  THK (iKANDKST SOJWKKY  IX A.MKKUJA  P.V   DAVhlGHT.  For FOUT STKKLR and the 10AST KOOTIOXAY MINKS. AVuokl.v  Stajie   from  Kalispell.    Steauilx'iat eonimunleations from Jennings  duriiiji Summer.    CJuii-lcest, and  Resf, route lo all parts of the United  states.   Kaslern Canada and   liui-ope.  For maps,  tickets and complete information call or address  nearest an out. or  C.G.UIXOX.Genera!  Ayviii.  Spokane    \Yash.  F.I.WMITNKY. CI. P.'and T.A  St. I'aul. Minn.  "MUNSON NO. 2."  The; Best   Writing Machine  THE   ONLY  INTERCHANGEABLE  STEEL TYPEWHEEL  Klcgantly   lllustralixl   (.'ataloetic  Free.  Address Edgar A. Hill, .Manufacturer, 94-96 Wendell Street, Chicago  I  GOSMOPOLITflN HOTEL  -      CRANBROOK. B. C.  E.   SIVIALiLi,   -   Proprietor.  The  only  modern   and   first elas>�� hotel in South Hast Kootenay.  I Feated tlirciiiirhoul with hot air.'  (��  (#       When you visit Cranbrook don't forget the Cosmopolitan.   ' ^  PREMIER HOUSE  I  o  SHEEP CREEK, B. C. K. J. HIGBYE. Proprietor.  ���   First-class Accommodation for Travellers.    ���  Evcrvthini;    New  The  Windei-niere  Stage  Stops   Both   Going  and  Coming.  Fort Steele  Meat company  FRESH and SALT ,MEATS ALWAYS  ON HAND.  ROBSON & ROGERS, Prop's.  Presh Halibut,   Salmon, Salmon Trout, Bologna  Sausage,  Butter and Eggs.    Fish and Game in Season.  Riverside Avenue,  Fort Steele, B. C. SvvfORT;��:��TEE^^  Choice Resident and Business  Titles Guaranteed.    For  from $100 to $250< VV.EasyV term^  :'V 'fl  ���:||  III.  ��.  .f  ��  ��  <p  i>.���*  f:  "1^  i%j'%  f K  *4  '3  ��  O i . i  !':���:< 'i ��� ���  '���  r.   j;'!.  Tlie Ganaiiian BanK oi Gommeroe  ������    (HEAD OFFICE TORONTO.)  Raid     up    Capital     ifio,000,GOO.  HON. Cl.(i.  A. ChX.  ."re-Mei:- '<>��� K.   W U.Kl.i:. d'-u. Man.  GOLD DUST PURCHASED. HONG KONG DRAFTS SOLD.  KXCliAXGE ou all part*, of the world bought and >old.  London Agents���The Bank of Scotland.  Fort Steele �� Cratibrook Branches  J. W. h\ SMYTHE, Manager.  \OV,r L  i   ' h,<    i.��       ' .       . i   .'  il   j��< i iiii      mi      ' <r i i       i  |.  ���    j   (I  ' i li i    11      -        i i     i     1   ci   I   i ,  j   i i ��� c   I       it       ���   'i' l \             '��. 'ii ���    o  I   '     ( ' l  I    <    i                    I.          I     M I   - ) f   (I  1] ���] ��  in i ii   ,1-.   ''           -nil ii * 11 n 11 i ^  i  j n   i j >��, - t.   ' i��   iii     i 1>  j     'it.  Mitt   h ii 'ii 111 >i  i.id ! '      ,   ii ��� < * *  Ml   M.  .  1.  ( ll   ��|i  NOTICE  Si ^ I \ (i i s -. J runi 11 iii' 1  "U,*M'I   i<i    i ;*���>]      i��i  ill* ('hii'f i'(Hiiuiu-i im *�� nf   Kii'ils   i id   Worl.  fo. |H.' juts ,ioji lo j>i.."i -I i ��������    Mi    ft��*   ��>'. i 'ur  i    -  rMbt'tl   hi ml   in   ^mith   Ki-.i   Knoten i\      t mn-  in* n'Miip! ,it thi   :iuiiM    '.���'-    (-��� ni "   o     Miinn   �����  juiirhtM     iJif'iu'c   M'��i *h *���*) I'Ji.iin*    i#*i* -it -    \    i  (> chii'ii     rhe'u ���   m^ii'Ji   ^i      tln'iji1''   < im    it  i turns lu the pi ii r  uf   lu'writiwu      t'oiiiimm   14  t liii i* inni'Jr'Mi null ��<Mii',   11   t-s  Wil UVM  ]���   il'-'\ n  Tim ' ^'.- -i<\ It   (      Jth- .',"   V��iH)  W      "<1  PFAT  Profesftional.  C��ftj> ^x*00^i>jctot\  cJATUilDAV, Jl'l.V IM. I'.ML  LOCAL NEWS NOTES.  W. S. Kogej-.s went up to Tracy  creek on Saturdav. returning on  Tue>dav.  W<�� have on file for reference  " b\r b tir" r 'e.ad er s ���' 'tlie:'". 1 a rest;., p'r i c e  ���L.}'cfreula'r of'the-McMillan'' Fur, ;ct  ���:'.,:-liVo.pl;VG'p.,;:;::\Xiiniea.pV)li^!.\>tiiin:',''  V da-ted;May Vi -1 fchY-r - 'Their;adver;'  tisement will,be'found in "anqth  NOTICE.       (  isi-civ d.ivs from ilai<" 1 -nu-nil t.i ipi>l\ |<I til.'  I Iitrf L-uuuiiissiuiu-i rt[   i. ni.ls  .i.nl   Winks  r.n  permission m puu-h im' ill.- ftillnunu .l.-si'iilinl  =���=---������--        " ��� - I  l.niil 111 iiOllth  Kjil IvIMIIi'll l\ Cllllinll 'U III.'   it  E.G. Davison and W.   li.   Me- IIl,(' -outh *'-m <-��>m'r *i>.-i-'. 'm- m.uu.-.i n.-  , -   VT   . .   , i i inm.il poi' Ji�� ( h un> fa^i i roin i.i<1  much   v.'1-.:  luau of -NeUoii   were   reaMeivd  t.mnt.rof Llll ^,.lSrimv i   k���...... mv ,i.um.-.  at the Imperial   Hoiwl  on   \\ ed- j tin-i-.n-t-i.si sruiiains. ui.mi.-u..uh -ii ,-iin-i-  eneral     iVlerohartt  Most (lonij^lctc Slock  In liast Kootenay  North Star Lodg?  1 i ;,'!   s'| | j  , ;    [% <  NO. 30.  A. F. AND A. M.       G. R.  B. C.  Kivul.ir nn:tlinys-1st Tii.-sd.LV i'l t-a.-li  monUi at i'IkIh ri'clru-1: Visiinij,' llri'lliurn in  coi.Ji.illv  IMVlt.'.l  A. VV. lli.htsUM.i., sccir-ury.  Hardware ' Dry Goods  Machinery Clothing  Paints and Wall Paper Footwear  General Mining Supplies Groceries  nesday.  Dad Spragii!> i-amc dnwu  from  Tracv creek on Thnr>day  in.Mr oi   lf>^   to  iM.1   south   lint' of I'll ipm in ^. ,  pri,-..'iiiption    tlii'iuo ��:'���>' ilo'i^-.ihl somli Im.* J  to rh.l])l!lil!l  >. -.OIKll  tt.'st  I'.MIl.T     lllf'Ml'l'   iiurili .  >. i;lmtils   'ht'tit ik m.'si  li) t'li un-.     'lien.-.'souili i  ! I'>  .'li.niis  to  pi if.1  ..f   I'^'uiii'ij     (,-oiu.im.iu '  (   I .T. u i.'-.  iiiu'.'  *: I 't. ' ,  . borne people  wcui   tis.hiim   up, '' '' iuvnimh-dx      ]  the.Wild Hor-e on Sunday   iii.>t. I ''������>���->������'��������� ^    "���"������'��� ',*��'                 1  I'oi'jiettitiir for  a   time*   ihe   com  , '        NOTICE,  maud to ht-ep hoiv the   Stihoath 1 mt.ii.i >u % i'c-,s r-oMi   ,i<< t..,ipp!> i..|  dllV. ��� -">" ���' Jt ...   .-       '.,. I ���'liv.i'liii;.! ;'ii.Mi!iii>%ioni')..i.'n I,.iiiiU  .mil   NVoil.s.. ;d H'tllli.)!!  ."  ,:'."'    '        . ��� .;"   ' 'v '' ".,.':    . ,, ij !oi' perniissioii to [niivlitino  Oil.'. ro'.Ui'.vUif; ili'.s.-.j  ������"���'��� ���''';;     rir      r.i       .til' "���' '"r-"!"*--.-'-/^---^-'   , "���������������;-! <:i tjo.t' lnrul in  Smit!); l'in>! ' Koiitfiuiv     C'oin-  A.,i���>>>������ '.bIeas.del-1 'ai^d *>eorge ;llu,,;).iiw:;,vct,u. Ilt,nt, ,,isli v,.ni��:rSff,MH.i,u's^  I'l HIT Sli'.KMC  llWeMlPUBM SYMIIC'trK LTO  I'So J.i.'li.lcn!i.i 11 Slri't't. r.uiHloii, Kn^UiuJ  N. A. WALLINGER,        FORT STEELS.  POST OPI-'JOK 1IOX 4  THOMAS    McVI T TIE  Fort Steele B.C.,  Furniture, Carpots' and General House Furnishings.  No orcicr tuo lariic iYnioiir facilities,, none too -.tiiali.for.careful  I^piibily. .went ao ;.'Paln'ier.'.s  Bar ! jiui:ciuvs�� tiiimiu-sixith lioi-iiaiii^to'iiortii Hn.  ,on :-T.nii'i;.sda'v.'. to  look   at   -mme\'''X-',l^\ <:t:",'1V !v-"'^"Vl';V'-t: '"^ili'it-t,li  . ��� -----,  , .''..-   ���   ,   '.,.   :'','.... ���.���:(' '''���,������������''������ ���!'>','.;. "    | .t'ltst-lmi.' of l:��t .'IKCjCvrdiiir-'-l;.. '.tluMV,-"  !iorili?-:u ;  er feUihi,hv aiid ,\vei' take"; pleasure, ;Ilinn^S'���P!'pi^evy:;.''; ;'J-���,'::.* -,,; A:-�� \i .-jVh-tKis.io sowtif iiuivof cm 7sif. tirtinii i; .nii/iu-oM   -1  '*-/"������..  -.     (. -";.������_,   -^     ,; .'".���. ,',. T-.  , '  , ������      :..' ',���)���"'���: ��� .}'������_.. ,     vjVvcst tiloiii; >:iili soulh litu' lo .vomli writ i'iii'ii.t-  '���'..i.'.'.U't IS..reported;' 'that ;' the VB-"���',��� A. Jor>;ii,l Liii TSU; Uiem;,:;u6hli It) i;li;iii'i,sV;:tiii;ii.'o:S  corporatioiruas''tivk:eiva'sbond"6u|.'*'^t>  ihe,\Britt'��oia^'nHiu>'' :oh " Howe i,"l,'w:: ^'^'"^'^'^'J"^'^"^^' h  Jcih7t''rVA^ "dow'ii'l ^PU!Kt-,:; 'h^'^y f: !n,,ie;s -north:;; or|' -:F,;n ~;t,,:-!,.; n. er.iiKic^i'i'iiiC 'y '-'):':"''  " '*Dibble^cn!c:i'on::Vii.oti^Ya^  ;;;':v;;, ."t;:. ;'*-:���:���:��� ���;:/;; .-.,���.."���; i -/       ���' v ������ ���' ���;,>���'���.',-..'- v'.���;-;":.-^ :.-���'-   ,';T'-.:; ,:..'^; :;-;; .-notice:. ������: ^^r^ ���':>������;  v V'1 h^;,bl/l?Q oi iposquttoes, \vh icir^" ,. ^xty lUiys j:,,^''^!; j,;le;!lli ^ [^y^  '.in .'recom'iiien'ding:; any? "parlies.  ..,v/hpihave goods; hr.'thei;!--. fine to  .:shipvto ^them^';-;.y    ;'V "V:V ;;VV ::*.  ^fi-oinjtlie  (UiiV. ::-'-';:f  ���" v; BrpwivLieghortf'Eggs' for ..sale  ^Mm:'^-rlz.e'',St.Qcki,;.i!  :vof .18: eggs.  <P.'M.c;ConaN'E1.i...Ch'-anbrook, :B.C.  VV.-'lldhn ;H.-^P/ink:-rt; turned from-a.  ���: l)iisin;esS;tpur..ofv.the,.; disitrit;]: on  yMondav.'V-j,:.;;; ��"W :;V:;;V" V..VV...;.,;V:';  are. pestefiug: oitr ; people .every ; in-, r:iu<m .commissioner \>t aiaiias' miir wprits -  eveniilg. ^sv not ..k'nenvii.. 'V'TheyV fo';,;.pt-niiission ; u>; purcuasi! '.tiieKrbtiowim,';  .,.,.....i":���-m J-l ;i-!/��tA,- -������ r.ii'--.-,-'".',,-itli'���-'.�� !.described lutidiu South ilust JCoo.teir.iy.;. Com-.  bill several inches lonir.; and thev  nioriciiis; atthc isoi-tii' tiist roriioi' of Lot SOT:  Group' 1. Kocteiiuy.  tiiouci',  oust, ;.��()���:chains:  ���y^Mi-fi andi M-i-js.; ;(:i'eorge Went-  'worth"paid:;Fort,Steele a visit?pn  -iVlpnday:.,:��� ���;;i;-V:" ;.;,;. vv  ..: 'J1 ..V;'-! ���!":������;  r^Hoii:VWV"G:,.;VVelfe;;"fhe;. new  ::::Mliiister^bl'.^Landsvandi: 'Works,;,  .avasi; in .Kosslahd'; ���last'-' "week."; V;.:.';  -V"V,.T:?.l'V^;.H,ari.;ve.y^lei"ty  ron Monday. ;V; V;        ���'.��������� ���.���-'..-���������/.V:  .'������^^'V^-i^-'.:.'TJ:'-'\:'i'. -��j (Ij:a.l.)>Ji;.-ii.t.h ^Svc*ii t-.;.";tb  V"V;i��e.rir^^  ;;:':::;,; ilV'HVTodd retVirnedyrcMnrthcl  :";fc.:east-;eiiVMon^  : 'Tl; is'Jcarned IhatV'thfere-i.are a  .:,: nJimbei; oi' people i'i',i ,i.oyv u ..with a.  /: viewof lpoUM'ng:;.c.>v(:!/'..::H'oiiie:'':''ihiu-  :   jiig property, i'.i .thi.s\;i.cjnily'<, -���.'���  :-/' The railroad isJcoiiiing!:    Mail  ' 'a ;<3'>py ."cjl.l'*^\^lJ'.^f^Pu6s.i���M���:t:'j:ol;t,���, "to  ay c > t u- '); i i'ci n c 1 s a ii c I let l.lieni';,lviio\v:  ail I; a.boutraho": ini net-ai;; 'resources  cd't'lie district.       "' ;." ';'.. !':'V;, ������"  V��������� N. A- WallingorVand '.M. :������'A:  V Beale '���lel'ti:'' for/Oranbrook .and  .'��� -J-Ciruberlcjy c>n .Wednesday,.. ,. ;  ���'���'��� ���'���' One ol" the' tinest bars i'n'r the  ';,��� o6.untry; islbeiug^put' in 'the ."bar-  '".-������ room .of- the Imperial.        ;;. /���:. : ������'  V-������Thpiha.s-St'iii.rbii.n.V.;we'i'ii- to"-the  =^=-Windermere  mines   on   Sunday  are experts in-the ;best'i'iriethods!.t}iunw  6f Jirese 11 tillS' a ������bill:    . ;     ���'      .   I'thrJiU'e'-A-estiilotit; Willi Horse'<:i;t..ek to place of  '-:',-'���'"���������        ���'.; ������''.'*"-"   ��� '''   ''��� ���"'"    :"'>.'t "''.,���'.       ; i ���'! bcsinnliii^    . CJ011 t;iinl ttir', t lirr.'c' .hui'iilreU acres  H-- ' i-vt:;   ''.  " ;" -'   ������ "'i ��� '    ' :-* ''������ '..:'i more or less..; ^;' ;;:  * t>: ��� ��� .r^.,; .��� .: ./r- ���. ��� '������  ;  arr}r Brown yvas  clown  from I;,-,., ���;��� ;;;-,;.;::;:'.-^  '������,������ ��� '  :w r'koss''"  tlie: -North , Stai-��V,on';;-������Sa-t^rday-.j  -ivaito\in.vori;'s&cw-:ii::d:Ju&^^  last;. ���::'.;. yy'::X'^:X:~'^'-. '!:��� ,VV..V::.;: :I;.'--1V'.'".- .:. V'',i''.,/.':..,.:.!;."..'.' .:."'''':":r;' '":.V.  ' V'V'=:Vv,v:?VV:;:;'-;: notice,^ y^y-^yV^  ,f.; .i-jixty iliiys.frotii (laro 1 intelid \'tt:. tippiy lo  ihe CHief C-fiinini.sslotiei-;qf,;Laiuls aiiit Works.'  for peniussion to purchase tin.',; foiiqwihV, Vies-.  erlbpO: land''iii ''South ^hlast-lvooteriayv 'Coin.-"  'meHtinjj.'iit .the',.north ;e.-ist;corner.of >Icln.iies  purchase, thence north HO chains'; ..thence east  \l<i chains: thence sou'th;20 chains: mora or less,  to' thf; north   line,. of!jjonovans   pre-emption;  thence .west, ���alonj.''said north; liiie tiOehains  more or less to north west corii(tr:bf said .Donovans ^pre-einptirSn.'ithencey.spiith; ^O'ichains  more- or less":, theiice west topliiccvof b,cf.'iniifi'i��  20 chainsino^e .otviess. y: Coiit��iriliiL'.':if3;,.':i'c'r.(;'K'  mort^'oi-less.'';-'...-'..:���',,:.':;';'; ^r -:';:--'"'';S-. '���'-.  ...:���:; ;.. :..':fM  ;���>;.i,.'ii '���>';--'v,:.'-"'.-A:U-v."ir/''''V';S��� ;:f";-tM. A,;l.lK'A.rikS-.^'.':,  ''::��:;.��� Fcin:Steele^'��,.(&;. .i'u[ieir;'ioiw(;;;.;':i'^'M:��'  ,. W.'.J; \Vaiker. pIVthe'Fi;eeiiiiiiiiJ  ���Laboiv;iT,piir.iiai .'bi;-;'Spokane ��� was  iii��'!:pwti"'yesterday'.u,;",���' ~.ffi"'ry''^v  'r^'.;;"." .j .'.;.'. /'' ���"���.;.|': ���     '    *'" '; ���;.'' ,'; ,^;.^;;;1 ,,���;',:  ���..yRo^'ert/VvLittJe''J,Sya^^  JRe^ry ';cGr.ee k ;du i?i-ng!:'t he'yveek.Vl -::  '���;Mrs: W;; R. RossV'acrephipaiiied  by.,^Master';Herbert^;and,?iMiss  piiitilidefVl:pivV)yinhipeg:. yester-  dii vfvtheyVwi 11 be" ��� absentH several  ' '������ i'Miss ;iC;u:rietfWa t's'qn ��� lei't^i'or^'a  visilVto,\Viirni'peg^ye^terd'ayfV'=f ���-  ,VG,V',H.'   Pollen   went <tp 'Wild  '.'.'l;Ioi\se Thursif.{a.y./-':'-.:v'.. .'\:.:��� '.:���.;.:��� ������');,  ' c.'      .'������.>��� Where He;:Stands.  ���,':.-.1':',t ;���.  The; provincial ....parliament,  convened oh the .1 'Jth inst. The  member from this 'district ,occu-'  pies the unique position of being  in 'ijiie ���'oppositiPii arid at' the  same time reiiresenting'a liiihor-  ity of the' electors of South East  KootcnayV/' By throwing; party  aside 'Mr1. Smith ,cani .do some  good for the people of, .this section, and it is to be'hoped that  he'wi 11',arise to the occasion and  Work for.the upbuilding of East  ���Kootenay.; Be has a chance Of  winning golden opinions from'all  sorts' of men, should he cut loose  ���.frciuLJiif ' chief. and yvork inde-  perjderitlyV/' v ���' , .'.-. V-;.' <-: - .-i c  To  Defend Pekin. .  From .Che "Fop '..conies tlie. re-  porfethat the entire, "adult .male  population of the. three provinces of Chi Li, Shan Si and Shaiig  Tung., are massing. ..to defend  Pekin. in'the cBiivicftion that the;  powers mean war. 'There is  Utile doubt "that a further check  of 'ihe allies,at Tien Tsin would,,  be a signal for a, general', anti-  fo-reigli rising thrPuglioutChina.  Strathcorias'   Wounded.  'Doctor'and-Mrs. ' Barber   left^    .'London.. July lb.��� A .dispatch  ". for Windermere yesterday,   andjf,.,^,, stanclirtbii,. South   Africa,  will-probably, b. ��� gone  for sever- \.f.iy^ a.s a |-eSult. of   tlie. lighting  a! week-s. .^      _____ j for .some days, "the Boers are re-  '.      LieuteuantBordeu. sou of  Dr. I tiring   gradually    to   the ..north  Borden, minister of mjlitia-.   was j west     before     General, Clery's  -���killed in action near Pretoria on j f01.(.r.s.     |n the. tighting', refer.ed  The 17th insv. .,.'.'.     . ' | ur. ten    of   Sti-atheona's    Horse  wen- wounded'. ..-'.'  ������'   last.   ������''���������'. .-,-  ':;..;:; ..;-. ,       .  ';6 "'G. F. .'Hiihri'igt'o'ti. went to Wiir,  . nippy- b'n' Saturday   last IP. "gun-'  'Csult with ��� W/F. :Tyev phief  en-  giiiee1!- of construction on. the  G.  .;,F-''R: ���,, ,-'"'''-:. '���        -. ='' ', -.  ��� ,'.!. H. Conklin'.���atne'down froin  the .ro.hn L. mine ohMonday;  .'.-  ��� ' - Willie: Bteasdelk. has siiecess-  ���full'v passed his.' matriculation  examination for' Met rill University. He will lea ve'^r Montreal  .in time for'the fall tenn.' commencing Septem'b'-r 1,.  ;;;Vv'<"';^.'jwaterVnotice.';..'::;,? .;V;.."'",  ���'���������'���' NOTICE ishei-eby given that' a 11Vapjilica-  tion will be made 'under: l.'ari u. of vWater  Clauses.Cbnsolidiitecl Act'.:.l8!tr." to./recorrl tlie  rit,'ht to take.���.ilivei-t.'conve.'^and,use wnle.i- in  lhe;Kast"Ivpotenay District. Cor..rjr'rJjrifi'ryi.ilOT  mestic. agricultural purposes'; '; ' '' ". .',  ..'������'(.��.���)���;'" Thb'hiirne of tliC'''.!a.ppliciinc' is!  the I ii'diiin''-..OejKii tment p��ji' R;' L. T.  Giilbi-uith, Aycnn. ...,-,    :!*'.:. ^-..",.;  '{0.) The iuimo of tlie, lal'se-. streairn  or source i.s (ifun'iumiffl^titFtdixcriptiO-Ji  yV).;ii .isin'iill ;,Hti-cain ;.vitiino;"'C)n. f.cit.'4ST:  Gj'oup 1, Kast KootcnayiOidti-u.-ti . ^  ��� ' (c.) TJie1 point.' of diversion. or' fn>  lehderl rlitcli heacl is neju-,; the- South'  l��ast':'.'Ooiiior-"oi" Lot. 4S~'(M? I.'inllipps  Land). .   _h '��� ,'."���'' ���-.��� ���     '.' ',..''''���!.'    .  ���'������.���'��� (d.) The'' means by.; which, il.fs iin-  ���tended io store- and .divert tlie water.' .is  by an ordinary -irriy-sition dilch ��n<1:  ���Mitme to .''.he,-'.cpn.st.i-ui.-ted. over ..part, oli;  T-ot487,;Groiip 1, .liust. Ivotitenay District, the property of .M; Phillipps. ,  cv (c.)! .Thi.''miin.be!":cif incKos -applied  for is six'(H),  ~-t. .���������;..-.   -,.-,-.-;--;.-  .  {/:):'  The water is -required "for'- t]c>-  ine.stie'ji.nd irrio'iitirin |iurposes.  (;/.) *>The. land on'whicli the'u-ale.r is  to lie used is on i-lie.'tndiaii Keserve, of  tlie Tobauco Plain's Band. ., ��!  '' (//.) This notice \v;is;!lirst- ptiblisjieii  on the Kith day of .lime.' MKHI.' utitl ap-  ])li(;iition will lie,.inade to tin; '(.'oniinis-  sioner on the'24th day ol' .Inly.- UKIO. ,  {SiyiitihiirA.   ft. L. T. 0('l'-A L lift ATT H.  v    ,       .     Indian ;Vo-ent,.  (/'. 0. AildrvKV    t'orl Steele. I!. C'. . 24  ��� The cause of the delay .in re  ceiving tlie Spokesman Be vie v  the day following publication   ''���  Houae Prorogued.      '"'   .  iiiut the mails are being fumigai- j..   (.)I.Utwa,:.lijly   1^.- The. Bouse  ed at the Boundary. j prorogued today.  "      The'Duncan' '.Mliies.     Limitf:'.!. j     ���' ProroR-.ttion Tomorrow.  of Nelson, have taken-;tii option;, o.n'i, wa.. J uly 17. ---The. Houses,  on the Highland groupof milieu. js)���.,u ,)���. ,���,>,.,-, jng in conc'in-  near Ainswort.h. '<��� ,    in.n(.0 on , in- estit.jat.es,   and   the  '���',,',,       i        1.1 impi-essioii- is   general   that, pro-  ������A rc;h ���   l.eitch.   the,, LranbrooU : '    �� ....-��� '  M,i'llman;\vas in town on. Wecbl-'ogation    will    be.    reached    to-  nesday. . '.      !"Tiormw, /_   .  St., John's Church of England.  Divine service will, be   held   in  St. ���   John's    'church     at    7.30.  .Strangers .welcome.  ���Sunday school at 2:550'���]':>. jri.  All the children invited.' ���  PUKSBYT.KIUAN   UMUKCH.  Rev. D. McK. Reid, B. A. will  j) reach in fhe Presbyterian  Church, to m or row at 7:H0 p. in.  Sunday. school'tit - p. m.  I 'tiiii-K'iller cures all sorts of cuts,  bruises, burns and strains'. Talcen ill:  ti-riuilly ii. cures iliai-rlioca anil (lyseii-  t��r,V. Avoid stilisfifiit.en, there is but  fine I'liin- K'illci'. IN/rry Davis'. 2"ie.  anil i'ldc.   ��� ''   .    ;, Bitf  Chief.  Rod M<;Liiod lias just, completed a. contract for liffy feet of  tunnel on the Big Chief.' it, is  reported that another contract  will be let in a. few days.  ������*������  *  m  ���M  M  Mr  BOOTS" ���   SHOES  Giant   Powder  Fuse   and   Gaps  HS   and    OATS  w  w  w  m  w  m  w  w  ���. If. L. CUMMINS    ���  P. L. S.  ,{��� C. E.  Fort Steele B.C.  W. R. IJOSS. H.  W. HKHCHM����  ROSS & If ERCHMER.  Barristers     -      ���      Solicitors  NOTARIES PUBLIC  CONVEYANCERS. . .  Fort  Stt'ek,'.  B.   0  TT.    BDB  LANDS and MINES  NOTARY  PUBLIC  , CONVEYANCES  Fort Steele,      - B. C.  Geo. S. McCirter. '    ,1. A. Harvey  HARVEY & McCARTER  /Jarristers,   ftitlicitor**   j\o(��/i7��!<  Jyublici  Concctj(/)itrr.< etc.  ,   FOUT STUKIJi. ];. c.   .,  HUVI.LSTOICK STATION':nyl COMJK.V  COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY      MADZ,   '  ID outlets  Corseui  (t'M-MIi.)  OFFICE -i;iviT-,irle Avmiu.'.  Ai'.vl Dour to lilcasilvll's Onir/ Store.  ��� e.-j. scoyi'L.  >>   XOTAKV i'UllLIC.    -i  l'"irt'. MA;. Ai-eiilt'iii. Insur.mVL'.  ICl'iiI Ksliitciuul MINTN'iJ  BROKER.  ���fc        WINDERMERE, ' B.    C.       *  I'KTKIiHOKOUGU.  T. H. TAYLOR, C E.  PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR  .Survey:,  oi   Mineral   claim?.  Uouds,  Mines-, etc.  \\'ixjdi-:i:mki:i-: b. cj  KIMPTGN   &   PITTS  WINDEKMEUE Jf DONALD  GeMeral Merchants  Minina suddiies a SD6Giaftir  Miners going northward via Canoe River Route will tindita large  saving and convenience tlo procure their supplies at Donald.  SOLE AGENTS' for  ���  On the following dates:'  April   .'I. Hi.   17  and   IS.  May- 1-b I-,  anil   Hi. '������  .' -liiiic   11. 1^  and   Kl.f   ;  ���Inly   It!. 17  anil   18.  Otlierdate.s given later.  Orders for I-'iuture draining.loft wit.h  Agents at Windermere  for the California Giant Powder CoJauontio,.!1,1"'' ��� "',;ol.v^-:-i>l''"'.)t  Canton Steel Com pa h}'  Wiiideriiiere, Ci olden and Donald  Mining Divisions.  NOTICE.  Miss A. McWeish will transact, business as Dress Maker in tlie town of  L'Yirt, Steele and will lie pleased to receive orders, from now on at. D. Mc-  Xeislfs private residence. Orders will  lie promptly attended to.  ROYAL   HOTEL  KLMUIOIyLUY.  15. G.  The finest |,ii|iKii',s and  C 'iuiil-s and I Jest I'-iu-lli-slied  I looms  in Town.  J.   I.   GATES,   Prop.  Prest  THE  PHOTOGRAPHER  FORT STEELE/        '

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