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Array ibidi-y uf Leg Ao3  %nrijrmi-isv\nririsv\J\nnnririr\riruT.  MINKIIAL   I'HOUncTIO.V   Oi."  J.'OKT STKKLH MrNl.VO  DIVISION*  IN*   I'M)     $2,746,869  ^i>i/LnjiInHj"i3i'ruiJU-LriJu^  ���^iyxrinrtixi%rtftnnnrij^fvtrl^^  MINKKAIj   PKOOL'OTION"   OF P  HKITI^H   COLUAIHJA   IN   IIhiU .3  $16,407,645 .2  vor 7  EOJtT STEELE, ,13. C,  S.4 7^J7?7JA V, JUNE 8, 1901.  No 23.  New Advertisements To-aay.  l'.iiw  li.   \\r.   IliirilUS,   IjU-I'IIsC JllspiTllll"   .  Notice��� T. T. Mi-Viilii' Aki-iii     "     ''>  jN<ali-e- W. A. Clii.slmlm  "     ��  MINERAL FLOAT  Some of the linest peacock  copper yet found in this district  has been taken from tlie Silver  Queen'property on Lost creek.  The White Swan claiiu on  Tracy creek- i.s attracting considerable attention.  There will ( be considerable  ' work  done  on  Sand  creek this  summer.  i . * . ��  ' The total amount of coke pro-  ducotl in British Columbia during the year 1900 was Sii, 14!)  tons. ,Tho Crow's _Nest coal  d mines��� furnished 38,958 tons,  which is nearly,, one half of the  total production.  - -   The  pioposed  railway  developments in thO'Kootenay valley^  , at Port,Steele have caused 'must,  ,   interest among mining men.  ���j, If  is *\vifli  great   satisfaction  ' that we point lo the statistics as  . .proof of the  rapidly , increasing  ,'importance  of tlie   Fort  Steele  district as a. mining community.  it.  may   reasonably  be   asked  why    the ���;development   of' the  mineral   resources of  thc   Fort-  Steele district has been  so1 long-  delayed.     Tho answer  is, want  of franspbrtafiorf-TaciCities.  .   The mineral production of the  .  Province in 1900 was Sl 15,51-44,751  .Copper properties at Phillipps  creek-^are  reported as  showing,  ���' iip well.       ���__ , A A'  There has been considerable  comment over deposits of iron  oru in tho vicinity of Bull river,  where there are extensive surface .showings of very good  iron ore.  A number of men are working  the View placer discoveries on  Fmdlay creek*:  ' In the' Fort Steele district a  number of coal locations have  been made this .year,, and a mini-,  ��� ber of licenses to prospect taken  out.  J. Y. Kesler has an outtit  working at the Star Group of  mines.  1   Several parties are going out  to prospect on Skookum Chuck.  There will be a genuino   boom  in   South.   Kast  Kootenay minis  before the season is over.  As summer advances_work in  the inines in the vicinity of Port  Steele i.s going gaily on.  One miner says that there will  .be   inore  prospecting  done this  season than ever before. '    '  Tracy creek* gives promise, of  being   a   most active  camp thi.s  summer. *  *   The gold production of British  Columbia for 1900 was 8-1,751^,105  The total area of the  the Fort  Steele   Mining   Division   is over  7,000 square miles.  The district is traversed in a  north-westerly direction by the  Rocky and Selkirk mountain  ranges.  Development of the mineral  resources of the Fort Steele district has been delayed by tho  hick of transportation facilities.  Ben Buckle and Nelse Robinson are working on the Knob  Hill group. 7  - If, is  reported   that the ledge  'has  been  struck**,' in " the   lower  tunnel on thc Carbonate King.  Bob Dore; is developing the  Grace Dore property on Wild  Horse creek  V  The!attention of  mining  promoters is called to the output, of  the North Star, St.   Eugene  and  Sullivan' mines for lhe year 1900.  British Columbia's metal   pro-  diioiion   up   lo date has  a   valu  ation of &17i2. li  208.  The total amount of coal produced in British Columbia in  1900 was I. 139,595 tons.  Ninety percent of the silver  production of the 'Province is  derived from our silver-load ores  Tho outlook* i'or an active niin-'  ing season at Fort Steele is  growing brighter every day.  fort steel*; mining division.  With Its Mineral And* Coal Output Is The  Ran ner   District, >  WEDDED.  Richard ,H;rtz and Mabel Secord  Married- in St. John's Church" .  ' '   On Wednesday.  One of the most notable events  in Fort Steele society was tho  marriage of , Richard Hirlz and  Mabel "Secord in ,lhe Church ot  St. John tho Divine on Wednesday last.'  "For, a   half hour   before   tho  ri  ceremony the church was crowd -  -     i' I,  ed:     The altar  was beautifully  decorated for the occasion.  Promptly at 12"o'clock the  bridal party arrived af tho  church.' As Ihoy marched down  tho-chanoel the organist, played  tlio wedding march of Mendols-  sohn.  Thc ceremony was performed  by tho Rev. Havelock Boochcm,"  of Cranbrook. Soon-as fhe last  words of tlie1 impressive ceremony were said thc newly  married couple left' tho church,  the organist played the wedding  march from Lohengrin.  Immediately following- 1he  .wedding a reception was tendered the couple at tho residence of  Mrs. Titus, at which tho friends  of the happy couple attended ��� in  a body to lender congratulations  and good wishes.  After the reception the��� bride  and the groom drove to Cranbrook onrouto to Spokane.  . The happy couple wore the  recipients, of . many useful  presents ,  THE LEAD - PRODUCING CENTRE OF THE PROVINCE.  In reviewing; tho mineral output of the Province, the 'report of  the Minister of Mines says, " that the Four Steele Mtninc: Division has earned the right to be considered the Lead-Produc-  ixc Centre of the Province." The following extracts from 'his  report are of interest to mining men.  Tho most notable feature of the -year's development, 1900, was  the increase in fhe production of lead. The total output for the  Province amounted to (>:i,515K,G2L pounds, valued at &1,-<JI,017,  equivalent to an increase over,thc previous year of 200 per cent.  ' This increase has been, brought about chiefly by the energetic  development of three mines in tho Fort Steele Mining Division of  South-East Kootenay. ,,  The Slocan'Mining Division has heretofore always held first  place in the list of lead producers, having an output cin 1897 of  almost 3L,000,000 pounds, and although in 1899 it fell as low as  10,000,910 pounds, it has again increased in 1900 to 19,505.743 lbs.,  a gain over the previous year of about 17 per cent.  However, the increase in the Fort Steele Division-- of from 881,-  107 pounds in 1899 to 38,495,07,9 pounds jn 1900 has earned for it  the right to be considered the lead-producing'centrc of the Province.  Silver and-load", are closely associated in British Columbia, so  much so that 90 per cent offOur silver production ' for 1900 is derived from silver- lead ores:     <��� *-   '      , r  The1 total amount"of silver produced the past year was 3,958,175  ounces, worth ��2,30n,'200, an increase in value over, 1S99of #045,492  or equivalent to 39%. " "       .-  This increase has been chiefly caused., by  fhe output of South  < .i? 'i  '     . ,    *  East Kootenay, which this year produced 960,411 ounces pi, silver  as against 33,510 ounces in 1899.    ' ,'-\  Tho  following- table' shows the mineral production of the Fort  Steele,mining division for the past four-years and it is interesting  to'not 6 the increase made in the district d.iu'ing this time.  Viiahs j- Tons  GOLD  ri  OUNCKs l_VAI.VB_  lilll)  Kill  .-.ill)  5(10  $12,1100  '  17.(100  ��� 10.00(1 a f  10,000  '    srr���vi-n  Ounces I  Value  IjIOAO  Pounds ]  Value  1! (3.057  ��8.-80,  33..MH  <.1I>(),-U1    ,  1  , t'i9,700  :��).'�����������!  1R.II70  iifin.iKKI  ���J.-J9U5I  ���:,-j8ii.��u:i  .     881.107  1W.-IW.077  f82,o:i��  77,745  :i.-j.4i:t  1 ,��il!),84��  Iz/  The Crow's Nest Pass coal inines made^a gross output of 200,803  tons of coal during,thc year 1900, of'this amount 103,231 tons, "was  used for coke-making, .producing therefrom 05,915 tons, and -leaving a net coal production of-103,572 tons.-Of this production there  was exported "to the "United States 7-, 90S tons of coal and 38,9.r>8  tons of coke.  Kimberley  Notes.  From Our Own Con'ospoiulenl.  Kimberley, June G.���C. W.  Bn-dsall' accompanied by three  directors of Hie Sullivan Mining  Company arrived hero today  from Spokane.  Tho ' North Star mine has.reduced the ore shipments from 00  to 40 tons daily.  Government Agent Armstrong  paid Kimberley a, visit last Sunday. Tie sent out a number of  men on the wagon road between  Wood's ranch and ,Wasa. Ho  loft on Monday l'or-�� St. Mary's  Lake to look over lhe wagon  road, and select��a site for a  bridge.  Paul llanley luis linishod his  work at Ulairmore. Me returned  lo Kimberley with six teams on  Saturday last.  Mr. E. C. Smith, M. P. P. and  Mr. King of Cranbrook left hero  for the Upper Sl. Mary's River  last Monday.  Tom We! :.i r: o, (' .nb . (.1;  was a, vi.-V.ior ;���.- i *i nhi-rlcy lasl  Saturday.  V. Hyde l> iu'i- was af Marysville on Sunday last.  Charles ISslinere has gone on  a business trip to Windermere.  Some students front McGill  Univeisily, Montreal arrived at,  Kimberley on Tuesday. They  will look over the mine.-?.   *  Messrs Lo.wle.sV- and ' Elwell  ���have gone.'up .the St. Mary's,  river to look at some mining,  property. ,  Mrs; Brouletie lias gone on a  visit to Fort Steele.  ���Dan   Ho>ve  cauie.j down    from  his ranch on Tuesday., ���-.*.,  ^Thc following table shows the'  net   production   of   the   Fernie  coal mines in 1900.  C'OATj  l,  Tons.    I    Value  COKJC  Tons      |    vai.uk  103.;  TW07.H4  ��.),91."  * SO .575  The coal values are based at $2 per ton, and coke at #5 per ton.  ^hc total" value of all minerals produced iu the Fort Steele  Mixing Division in 1900 was,   ' .        (  Metalliferous Mines $2, 2 1 b, 151 .<  Coal and Coke. . . -'. ��� 536,719.  Total - 52,746,869.    -���'  The above facts and figures aie extracts from report of Minister  of Mines for 11 Ol).  Thc result of miuing operations in the Fort Steele mining divi  sion during the past year is highly satisfactory from every point  of view. Slow but constant development, of individual properties  has been the rule throughout fhe entire district, and many properties have reached a stage that with adequate means of transportation would be able to ship large quantities of ore inside of thirty  days.  The production for the past year has been confined to silver-lead  ores, and coal. The mining of copper ore has not yet begun,  though copper has been found in paying- quantities all over the  district, in fact a considerable number of copper properties have  been developed and proved to have copper ore carrying from five  to twenty per cent in copper, besides values in gold, silver and load  Tin*: Prospector has always maintained that the Fort Steele  mining division was destined to become fhe banner mineral producing district of tho province, and the ore production for the  past year, "with but three shipping and producing mines," fully  and completely bears out this opinion."  It is now evident to all, and proved by tho report of the Minister  ol Mines, that as an individual mining district, Fort Steele stands  second 1o no district in the province, and to emphasize thi.s fact,  land brinn thi- mhieial resources of the district before the people  o" Ca-.uid-i, so that it can be readily understood, we again repeat  t'r.it, the large amount of ore shipped during 1900 was the production of only throe mines. Thai we have others, and equally as  good mines, is borne out by the fact that a large number of  partially developed properties, isolated from railway transportation, have large quantities of ore on fhe clump, ranging from 100  to 1000 Ions. A prominent mining man has estimated that over  20,000 tons of ore is ready for shipment, from mines in the Kootenay valley, situated bet-ween Elk river and Sheep creek, a distance of some sixty miles, along the proposed route of the Kootenay Central Kail way. '  ,, 7    ���  The people of "the Fort Steele district are well satisfied with the  results of mining operations during the past year, and their hearts  are filled with hope for the future: and Tins Prosi'KC'I'OK ventures to predict,,tliat, with the construction of the Kootenay Central Railway, the increased activity in. mining circles; the immense  increased .''output of coal from the Fernie mines, the present year  will see'the.* Fo i'l Steel'.* mining .division in the lead, as the banner  'mineral producing district on the American continent.  ���:-TrTTTmTTTTnTTTTTmTTTTTTTTTTTTnnTTTTTTTTTT->  I //; Tunnel and Stope %  ������.���ikkkkkkiikkkikkkikkklkkkiiikikkiiiiiikikikikiikk-:-  STAR  GKOITP. l     '  An outfit of ten pack animals  left Fort Steele on Tuesday,  with supplies for the Star group  A number of men later in the  week went to the mine. It'is reported that a large amount of  development work will be done  this'summer.  ON  THE  ST. MARY'S.  The wonderful  copper  showings on the St. Mary's river and  its tributaries must   before , long  attract general attention   to  the  country.       So   far - as   can   be  learned, there are no better showings in   the  Province,' but -like  many another mineral section, if  is kept back for want of  transportation facilities,  the ore  for  the   most   part   being   too   low'  grade to ship with  profit "under  the present conditions, but with  a railway-extending from Crawford Bay'to Fort Steele  the St.'  Mary's district will be second to  no  other copper producing district in British Columbia.  WILD  HOUSE  CREEK.  Along Wild Horse creek there  is considerable mining activity.  Nearly" all the placer claims are  at work. A large amount "of  assessment work is being done  on claims in this vicinity. It is  claimed'that gold bearing quartz  ledges are located on Wild Horse  creek and Mts tributaries which  bid fair to riyal the-African gold  fields. American investors are  turning their attention, in this  direction.        , ,  ESTETLLiA.1 . ,  At the Estella work is still going on'with satisfactory results.  What the management coniem  plates doing cannot be learned,  although it is reponed that extensive work will be done during the summer.  ST.  MAIty'S   DISTRICT.  We learn that several important deals have been made in  this district during the past two  months, Experts have examined  the properties and their reports  are favorable.  FORT  STEELE.  Is the centre of a great mineral country. Draw a circle  around Fort Steele with a radius  of 35 miles and you take in the  richest mineral belts in the  Province. ' If is 1he natural  center, by right of location, for  all the country roundabout.  PERRY CREEK.  There are plenty of gold  quart/, ledges on Perry creek,  and a large amount, of development work has been done.  Kootenay, Perry Creole Mining  Company. Badger, Red Mountain, Shakespeare. London  Treasury Box, New York-  Jewel ry Shop, are all conceded  to be good properties.  versity, visited the Moyie mines  and 'concentrator on Tuesday  last.  The galena mine near Kitch-'  ener has a good showing of ore.'  Parties have been doing the  annual assessment work, on a  copper mine near the foot of  Lower Moyie Lake.  Late TelegraphiG News I  MOYIE NEWS.  uULnjLn/uu"b ,  Spi'i'Ial 10 Thk l'Kosi'Ko-i'i'ii.  LAND  OF   THE   DOLLARS.  London, June 8.���The hotels  are ringing with echoes of exciting tales brought by American,  speculators of the recent Wall  street operations, and the English, onlookers are more deeply '  impressed than ever with Hhe  fact that "the land of the  dollars"- is an extraordinary  country. .  I.ONIJON,   .JUNE  8. "  1 "  The condition of Princess  Victoria, the King's 'only' unmarried daughter, is causing  grave concern iii" court, circles.  All the'outside world ever hears  of , the subject is' an occasional  official announcement lhat owing-  lo her Royal Highness' indisposition, she will be unable to ac- ,  company, her 'mother on some  particular occasions.  LONDON, JUNE  8.'   <>  " <'  The   King ^and    Queen ', will  spend Whitsuntide  at  Windsor,  where  their  private  apartment  in ,'the castle has    been "refurnished ' and   redecorated. *- ' The  King is notlikely to attend any  yacht trials in the future, though- .  the danger to which he  was  ex; .  posed in the Shamrock. II acci; '  dent   :has * been'   exaggerated..  There has been a'good deal of  gossip about  Sir  Thomas  Lip-  ton's guests on the Shamrock* II.  of'   which     philosophers    like'  Greville   have   probably   taken  note in their diaries.  HAWAIIAN'S  l-JANQTET.  London. June 8.���The New  Yorkers who are here will be  banquetted tonight by fhe  Hawaiian Legislature. The occasion will no doubt further ,  oenicnf the irood feelings existing between the nations.  CLYDE   UEilATI'A. '  G1 asgow, June'. ���SirThoinas *  Lipton's Shamrock T., Emperor   .  William's     Meteor      and     Mr.  Whitaker Wright's Sybarita' are  taking part in the regatta which  i.s being held on the Clyde.   The   y  regatta is being given under the  auspices     of   '   the     exhibition  authorities.  East Kootenay Stock.  ��� Askeil.  Crow's Xnt,i Coal  -4.82.00  North Star  0:(_  Sullivan  ��  Hid.  trs.oo  50  ^ li  Large   Output    for   Juiie. ��� McGill  Students at Moyie.  I'Youi Our Own Cori-espoiiduni.  ST.   EU'lENE.  The mine is now working close  to 200 men, and large quantities  of ore is coming out daily. The  high water in Moyie lake interfered, for a short time with the  tailings from"the concentrator,  but now the mine and concentrator are working to* their utmost capacity. The output for  June promises to surpass that of  any previous month.  AURORA.  Across the lake at the Aurora,  a small force is at.work hammer  ing away in the long tunnel.  VISITING   STUDENTS.  , The students from McGill Ufti-  Silver-lead Quotations  New York. Ma.v .'"(I:  Bar Silver   Mexican dollar-*   Lead   Copper   London. May .'HI.��� Silver. 21 l-l:"d: cop  per. ��<!!! 7> lid:  lead. ��12 li- :,d.  49'  ���i.'.ili  UiAiH.  Mining stock speculations  were on a small scale during the  pa.st week*.  The metal market seems lo be  steadying in a gratifying manner  Tin advanced in London.  The demand for Fernie coal  does not equal the supply.  The coke supply exceeds the  demand..   *  Many ovens are i 11 a state of  idleness.  There was a good demand for  Sullivan, and 10,000 shares of  that stock were disposed of at  7i cents. THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. C, JUNE 8, 1901.  ���ttiiingYii  ESTABLISHED    lews.  A. B. Grace,  PUBLISHER    AND    EDITOR.  THE PROSPECTOR, is published  ���very Saturday and has a guaranteed  circulation larger than any other paper  la East Kootenay. It is all home Printed  ���nd contains double thc news of any  other paper in the district.  As an advertising mediem it  is un  excelled.  Devoted to the upbuilding of Fort Steele, the  development of the vast mineral resources of  ���be East Kootenay mining district.  Subscriptions $2.00 per year  Advertising rates made known on application.  Contributions are solicited from all parts of the  Alatrlct, but all matter intended for publication  Bust have the writer's signature.  be as  coal.  good as  the  best Welsh  The Fernie coking ovens will  produce at least 100,000 tons of  coke this year. ��'  TUIC PAPPR Is kept on tile at theudver-  I nia rnrtn tising agency of Alaxander  *Co., Suite F-. First Xational Bank Building,  Spokane, Wash., where contracts can be made  for it.  Thie Pa nap is kept on die at E. C.  I Mid rapcl uAKE'S Advertising  Agency, 84 and 65 Merchants Exchange, San  Francisco. California, where contract!, for advertising can be made for it.  Thie Panan Is kept on iiie at the A.���Mc-  I 1113 r<X\tCl Kiiu & Co. Newspaper Ad-  vetising Agency, Montreal, where contracts,  for advertising can be made for it. -  Tliis Pa^er  itore, Spokane, ,\Vash.  Is or. sale at    J.   W.  Graham .<:   Co's  book  ffihe tytozpectov  Submarine Boat For Italy.  Rome, June 7.���It is reported  that the plans which Rear Admiral Micheli,'" inspector general  of Italian -naval engineers, has  presented to Vice Admiral  Merin, Minister of Marine, for a  new submarine war vessel, which  he claims will be vastly superior  to anything yet invented, will be  accepted. He will undertake to  build a vessel ��� of 160 tons displacement and a spread of twelve  knots per hour and capablo of  remaining under water i'or a  long time.  ftft*  ft  Headauarters 'for   Mining   and   Commercial  IVIen  j~9V '#�� ������*�� �������.��������'!���.��  ft  The  Hotel  C  SATURDAY, JCJXE S,' 1901.  "No Enemies  to' Punish���-No  ' Special Friends to'Serve.'''  DURING the past six years  it has been the aim of  The Prospector to show to  .the outside world the wonderful j  and varied resources of the, Fort  Steele Mining. Division., That  its efforts have been appreciated  is , borne out by the fact- that  there has been, especially during  ,the past few months, much inquiry from, the outside world for  additional information"rega rding  the district: ' ']  ���  We have always believed that  South East- Kootenay is the richest mineral section of the 'Province, and the output of this district- in''1900 has fully demon-  ' strated the fact. And while ih  the past handicapped,for lack of  transportation', we were satisfied  that  the" mineral   was   in. the  The English Derby.  Loudon, June 5.���The English  Derby will,, be run today af  Epsom. . The .Americans, hero  have great hopes that an American horse will be,the winner and  are backing their hopes ratfier  heavily.  Clyde Keg-atta.  Glasgow, Juno- 7.���Today is  the day on which tho Shaniroejc  II wals to have entered iuto competition in the , international  yacht races.- Her condition,  of course, prevents such act ion.  All    Modern     Conveniences  FORT    STEELE,   B.   C.  Large   Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.  in.  mountains', only requiring intelligent exploitation c to make it  "available.       , ''  '     o  *-'   #,      -X-,.  = : Other sections of the Province  have sprung suddenly into prominence and have made wonderful  strides in mineral development,  but in none of thc districts was  there such surface showings' as  are existent in the mountains of  South East Kootenay.  i *       * i)   -X- ,  During the past year a number deals involving large  amounts of money have been  consummated, and there .has  been more activity in mining  development than ever before,  arid during the present year a  vast amount of work will be  done, and the Port Steele district will receive the recognition  it deserves.  c Before another year rolls by  there will be several producing  mines in the vicinity of Port  Steele, and the tonnage from  these niines will not be inconsiderable. The people are  aroused to the fact that on these  mines the prosperity of South  East Kootenay must depend, and  they have also arrived at the  conclusion that aside from mining the resources of the district  are limited.  X        *      ,*  The  immense bodies of high  and low grade ore ensure  great  industrial development as  soon  , as the Kootenay Central rail way-  is  completed  north   and   south  ��� through the Kootenay valley.  *���'*���*.        , '    ��� ���'  *'���    In every direction  from  Fort  Steele   are   promising    mining  camps, each one capable of supporting thousands of operatives  The mining industry of this district will never cease,  not in a  thousand years. 7  -.'���'*. *'  #  The Fort Steele district is  very rich in minerals; as rich as  any in the whole world.  '. -X-        *��� * '**,, .���������*'  Coal from the Crow's Nest  Coal  Mines  has  been proved to  Career   and   Character  of Abraham LincolB.  A11 address by Joseph Cluuue. Ambassador to Great Britain, on the career  and character of Abraham Lincoln���  his early life���his early struggles with  the world���-his character as developed  in the later years of his life and his administration, which placed his name so  high in the world "s roll of honor and  fume, has been published" by the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway  and may be had by seudin'g six (6) cents  in postage to F-. A. Miller. General Passenger Agent, Chicago. 111.  NOTICE.  Xoilcc Is hereby given that 30 days after  date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner ot Lands aiid Works for permission to  purchase the following described lands iu East  Kootenay; Southern Division.. Commencing at  a po.st planted at the .south west corner of II. P.  Mills pre-emption, No. 710. tlienee north' 80  chains; thenee west 20 chains: thence south 80  chains; thence cast 20 chains to place of commencement, containing 160 acres more or less. .  "'   Dated thi*; loth day of May, 1001-  ;>0_    ' ' "     \V. M. STEWART/'  *-"*=-  M  CARLIN  & DURICK  MERCHANTS   GENERAL  Fort  Steele,,  Eest  Kootenay.  NOTICE. *  Notice is hereby given that 30 days after  date I intend to apply to the Chief Commls-"  sionerof I-ands and Works for permission to  purchase the following do��cribed_liind<s in East  Ivootcnay, Southern Division. Commencing at  a post planted at thc south west corner of Wm.  Stewart's application to purchase, thence nortii  80 chains; thence west 20 chains:'tlienee south  80 chains: tlieuce east 20 chains to place of  commencement, containing 160 aeres more or  less.  , Dated tliis I6ih da.v of May. 1901.  ..(j. ' JOHN L. GATES.  Sole Agents.for the  Canton Steel  This Steel is guaranteed to be equal to" Jessop's  . Hard .Rock Work. ���  COMPANY  or Firths'in all  Sole Agents  crow's Nest Goal company.  Giant Powder company.  Sole  Agents  Mining Supplies a Specialty.  Agents for the   MASSEY   HARRIS   CO., Limited.   ,,  Farming   Implements.  McBride  snelf f Heavy Hardware  * -    - ~    - ��� ���       "    -        ' ��� ,/��� ���  * ��� r  j ��� i  Stoves, Graniteware,  Tinware  Powder, Fuse, Caps  Paints and Oils.  *.., i>    . . .  < i- , ,-r   ,  i  ''    V. _ ��� - -'  Sheet metal work of all kinds  promptly executed.  CLEAN SEED OATS  Vick's Improved American Banner  .Extra heavy yielding  AT   SI.50   PER  100   POUNDS  F. O. B. CARS COWLEY. ALBERTA  C. ELTON, Livingstone, P.O.  WANTED-TRUSTWORTHY MEN  VXD WOMEN to travel and advertise  for old established-house of solid financial standing:. Salary SVS0 a year and  expenses, all payable in cash. No can-  wwsiiio- required. Give references and  enclose self addres.-ed stamped envelope. Address Manager. 3o5 Caxton  Bldg.. Chicairo. ���  J.  TAEXHAUSER  Watchmakeh  AND  Jkwkleh.  , Engravinjr.  Riverside* A wmic,  Fort Sicolu.  B. (-'.  Port   Steele  Brewing   Co.  FORT STEELE, B. C. ���  MANUFACTURERS and BREWERS OF EXTRA FINE  BEER  PORTER  EMULSION  CONHUII FTIO.V' and  nil   I.I'.VC  OIHEAHEB,  hi-itti.vi; of IU.OOP,  <:oi;��;ii. iohh  ��>f A PI��KT1TK,  UEKILITY, ��b�� brn.nn or IhU artlclo'  aro mom munircAt.  By the sM of The D. & L. Emulsion, I liavo  Rotten rid of it lj..ckln>; coui-li which h;id troubled  me for over a year, and have gained, considerably in weight.  .]'r. li. WINCHAM, C.E., Montreal.  j  50c. and $1 per Bottlo  DAVIS & LAWRENCE CO.. Limited,  . MONTREAL.  SOLD   BY   THE   BARREL,   KEG   OR    BOTTLED  Bottled beer for family use a specialty  OUTSIDE ORDERS GIVEN STRICT $ PROMPT ATTENTION  SATISFACTION. GUARANTEED ���Akrs<?!  Mutz-St. Scott, Prop's,,,  Fort Steele  Meat Market  FRESH   and   SALT   MEATS  ALWAYS  ON HAND. <��� '     ,'  R. W. ROGERS, Proprietor.  Fresh Halibut,   Salmon, Salmon Trout, Bologna Sausage,  Butter and Eggs.    Fish'and Game in Season.  Fort Steele  and  Kimberley.  J USX   RECEIVED  x"i.������i%����%'��i��%��%��%%����%����������m%'��%i'%��%itwb��������%'����m��������%%��ii%%i,��������%%%%����--'  -J  77 ;ask;yourv6roger Ftor  CALGARY FLDUR  WANTED:  AGENT for Fort Steele and vicinity for  tlie sale of hardy lines of Standard Fruit-  Stock. Small fruits, Ornamental trees,  shrubs, etc.      Terms liberal. '���'"Apply now  to . ��� ��� [      ,  PELHAM NURSERY COMPANY,  Toronto, Ont.  I  r<k����%������%��%%lt����%%M%��ft%^����^%%��'-t����%%����������-i������%����K������������%����M��������%��%��%'*  Assorted Car of Best Brands of Flour , and   Meals,  etc.  Flour, Patent Hungarian and Strong Baker.  Rolled Oats, Cracked Wheat, Wheatletts,  Cornmeal, Buckwheat Flour, Split Peas,  Navy Beans,   Lima Beans, Pot Barley, etc.  Bran    Chops     Shorts    pats     May.  Fleetwood Tea, a pure article imported direct from Ceylon  try it once and you will use iio other.  Fresh Breakfast Bacon,  Hams and Dry Salt Side Bacon,  Butter and Eggs.  POTATOES   *��d   CARROTS  FIREWOOD all lengths to suit all sloves.  THE   FORT   STEELE  FLOUR and FEED STORE  E. C. MILLER, Proprietor  POST OFFICE BOX 836.  All-goods guaranteed and.-priceslalso as being correct.  Send in orders. -  ���K  m  -Vf  ! I  \4  Ft  I."  (/  ;i  i  i j ���THJiJ PROSPECTOR. VUHT ST WEI.M. R. O.,  1001  l�� '  Mtftftftftftftftftftftftft  ftftftftftftftftftft  �����* *������" "4* �����* ��-i* ��4* *���* *���* -��4*. *-ft��. ��4* ��4* *6* ����������  hi'  ��i>v  *���*  *���*   *#������   '#5   *���*  ^f* 'f* "���'.���.*  '���* '"���*   *���*   "f*   *#"���   *���* **���*   *���*  i*�� i*i i*i i*i i*i- i*i i*i i*i i*i- -i*�� ���*�� �����.*�����  *0��   'fa,   ��fa,    *f��   ��f *    ��ffc    ��f��    ��f��    ��t*   3|��   jf*.    ��f��  .ft    .��-  ^  ^  Essbs&tj  ��?  ������Mr-MR  ftft  The Mining Center of tlie District of South. East Kootenay  7 t  The Largest        ,   :'  Mineral Areas,  \      it       ' <      i1  and the Most  Extensive  0 * ' o  Coal Fields on the  American Continent  ' *2 n  are Situated in  South East Kootenay  &  cC-  Agriculfure  G-raxing and the  ' ��� ' i  . ��� i     ~ i '  i r  Lumber Industry  are Prominent  Features of the.  District.    , ,     -  ���*       ��j  "/ <\  The   Crawford   Bay d and   Fort   Steele   Railway   will   be   constructed   this   year.  * ' it-.  The -proposed Grow's Nest and Golden Railway, Recently Surveyed, will pass through  Arid    Tap    the   Greatest ��� IVMinerol "'fcSelt   of   the   District,  Choice "Business and Residence lots for Sale  Apply to  rsn  -Ij:  -e-i  $ lt\\Tf�� fi T3 ,'rr era  Townsite Office,  own tevfy  VVMV  s-'AyV"  $YyYi��ir,  AlAAA  Sii,^,,;',*"'...-.-  AAAy:-,  ImAA  iAAA-.-.  :-'AY  sitils^*!^  AilJ, "A' .,_;;;  ;es  fgin-gs  v^Evv^y::.^  ,.  V'f?7|V��'^^  L.yvi',feiv^^-.  felS$^^  i;e.xr<  Fort Steeli  V^&^6"r��-r&S��-f&��&����&&&--;&-^&&i&&��,&is-4v vy  ;.-*'���:' ,-'���;;��� y-y-y: v: yy-.ir.y-.y   ���     ������     * ���-,-,    y. y-.^.f  ��� ��?vTHE PROSFfiCTOU COVERS A 'DIST.UICT-"-Ay'lWYA'i  d.ifi)'iTi'lAR(:ijs'^  Jjj:;LAR(i in-i?p.RKiGNvOi;Kefy|^A'iM^o^.'Vvy7vVVyvV7^y7:'  V* <J/;7:y- vv.vyv' '7: VVWy v.vy*   v-v,, *yy j ;y ���...7.v*V-'*,Vy��v7;'  KIMBERtEY, B.  C.  The Finest Liquors and  ��� Cigars aud Beit 'Furnished  yRooms in Town.     'V  J.   i,GATES,   Pron  ADVERTISE.  Tt-IE'PROSPECTOR.  JhcrTaystyeak^^  .AndvNeyefePinche^  vYour Interest.:; -V'v-;_.. vv ..yylAAydA ;vw. u(3^-:V ^^';y^v.V:u^;;y;^7,-'';7y,';-Vv.yy;./ :'^ ';v:.  ;;JOBvPRINTING oevaliI;  7EXEOUTED.; -' 7 ''Vv', V';v A-'\-AdA:ApAdd ;'V';Vy V-7'  YAA  AAAyByl&iAiiAM  yyyyyyyyy  AM  Copyrights &c  AiiTmioiionillim n bIioIpIi nnd <U\'":>*ljili..ii mm  qitlclely ilHccirliiin ��.nr opinion Troi'-��-(ii:ilii"r .-in'  liivoiil-inn iH'r'rohnliljr'iMilciiljihlo. roiniumili-.-i-  lions Rlrlcllymiillldi.'illiiil. IJiimtlim.lt on I'lllclit.H  mini J'l'fo. OMasl ntrnmiy for hoimiiiiij.' (..-il-riMM.  * 1'iit.iTilfl t.-Uuni thr.inj.Mi Mmtny;- fiy iVrrK-"  t)irr.lnt notice, wll limit cinn-ee,'in Hic>  "7 .tserscaii;;'."  A linnd.icnnclr ilhintritlcii wt-mltlr. (..'iraupt'clr-  ,('iilHt,i<iii,(if miy s.-t'inlllln .ImirniiV Terms, $H a  year: four months, $1.  Sold by/ill nowpitailors.  MUNN&'Cb>lB'��-����-New-Tork-  Branch Ofllco. fi25 V St., WnnliliiKton, D. C.  ;���';:    TO THE DEAl'V  A A 'rich lady cured orhor  liess ancl' Noises in ti io He;  Dr.   Nicholson's   Aiaiii'uial  ��l-'.'i,0;)(.) -io. ''"  hilly (lea,!' people  procure ",i.ho . Ear'  ���id  (���uiiiice-  . ....... ���rich; Imllou, S'iiitch  Joln-fln**.*^^  ;.!���:(. mi.,-,...��� ���,.,��� coiioli *,���,.,.���. hli-lily llr,|H|���.,| ������,I ,".',' 11l,-1   '.'"' ,'"7'i  liliiali.-il   hl,:);,,|i,i({ mi 1.11  l,.-||;l,(, ,,���,K    Wc III".'   lllrl   v   ... :   Sl"',,rl"'  H'lyiua ���:.,.�� I,,-,,, 1.1,1,. !������������i,K!.   OHi'ulimtt^;^'''''���  All   Kinds   of   Brick  and  Work  mil.-.- I......1 with.cncli |.|,.-y.-lc  ivSMw'FBFF u'"!'i' ��>"!M',"ii''iK tin- *i<!.r.o<w  ��fn&i*m>'4',-i '"-" I'ii-'l' K-i-ii<l��*llooi-pin,,-  flX'HK      l"-f<-'-M.V miiIIhH.nl.  &   RHF/8 P WHCCI'C   w��� ;���  CHEAP WHEELS. ������.  ���fiT'pi.v Oirniw-fi lulvortijio'itiKl M��'ll  ,        "Ki-oi.-i- cmm.kimm;" i,|.v".!' -  ��ril,y,i�� Miidlit, ii... ;,-|! yi.u j,,  ICHUI-  *l��.f���� wll.li ..nl,.,- ���,. ,v|||  O.IKM mill) l��,m.| pun.,*.,.,, ,.,.,.,,,.  noiicy ,,11 Imu-I.-11'.voiiiII.-1, lint  ��� >!,,|    I.i  ill,!,.*. (.,.  l.litini l;l:i,l,.l wlii,.,|���. Biiciin, ,������,���.',���.���.  lillfh itriiili-    V.ii-,,,1 I'm-iih.li Vhcin,  l.c <lr,  lint, kiiiiiviiiIi.h, ���,���. ,-,.,.nm.  r illfy ...in.. c.Imvh,, ,,i���(.|,,,. wj1() ,   n wiv|..vi.|i..,n Iliowm      -        - ���  J..X. MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CMcaga?M.  CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS,,    75  '       COPYRJCHTS AMD DESIGNS..;  ���J.SoimI your Ini.siiiiiMH dir��<:l, io AV:isI��iiiK'<����, ?  v^   (s:i.vu.s tinto, co.stf* less, bolter service;.     V  > My ofllep clo.io to U. S. Talent Office. FREE j-rcllmln- ?  ���J ary ox.imlnal.Ionn matlu. Attv'n foe not dao until patent r  ���? in scouveil PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN���19 Yi'AIlS f  -^AOTVilLEXI'EniE^aE. J?0ok "HowtoobUInPatcntc,  3 etc.. Bout fren. 'Fatonts  ,*j receive apooir.i  BMQK andVLTME I?or$$?.')):V-- .PLASTERING Promptly Done  IfFOT  iUil    .. -.  THtRTY-WIITTH YEAH.  ?n<i SCIENTIFIC  itonts procured throuRh E. &. SigKora J  'notJco,   without charge,, in   the 5  __..ilT1��E _..;"  ^llliiBtrMod monthly ���Eleventh year���terma, 31.  .T   (fiSflFrtrtFrm  La,(! of c- A.,Snow 6Co; '  | JL.' M. UBuOLElUjWASHINGTbN;. D. c! J  24 Pa/es  :  Weekly ; "Illustrated    v'  INDISI^STSABtE  ���.,'j toMmngmer  ',.';' $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.  si:ni> roit r.amit.k corv.  *      *-  MINING .^Scientific PRESS  '3J0 MARKET ST., SAW FRAHCISCO, CAL.  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  1.,',, ..r ,1* '���,'*��Vl;."n3 0I">* liuoilml and  tun of tlio l��i��t humorouB rwliutio,,,  .tiiDiacii-lli., .N-.(.ro. YankMUiw'S  '^'v,.r\- |.|���"?* '",",'��" <-omiKnllloiu of  A. p  .   nl '"'.'I'lil-ii'lci-.    Suit, [rast-  in.oJ.il arid iiovi.H.,.. i.,r ������"���.��� ten coiits.  io���k'.'l��!ih.our*,'ill"s,r,u-'1 "'"WP'O of  n-oJ.il arid novoHira i.,r only ten cents.  ���lokaftt.R Jt r.JrFarluno ��  ;i  1 THE PROSPECTOR,'PORT STEELE, B. C, JUNE R, 1901.  C&Jte tyto&pectov.  SATURDAY, JUNK S, 1001.  PASTE DIAMONDS.  How   Science   Has    Outwitted    the  Counterfeiters.  That most mysterious of all  agents, the X-rays, has added  one more to the long list of its  , triumphs. Theyhave discovered  that by its use false gems can  promptly and surely bo dis-  ' tinguished from true ones. ��� A  few daysiugo a jeweller of Sterling, 111., put the matter lo an  extensive test. Taking a large  number of jewels, imitation and,  genuine, ho exposed tlioin to the  X-rays', and'placed in front of  them a properly protected photographic plate.  There wore diamonds in, tho  group, rubies, sapphires, amethysts, emeralds, pearls, moonstones, quartz and glass. Some  of these,substances left distinct  images on tiie plate, though always the claws of the settings  could be seen plainly through  the stones themselves. Many of  the real stones, however, showed  almost no shadow whatever. On  .the contra^, -the falso^ stones  were almost opaque to'the ,X-  rays, and their photograph was  a silhouette.-  Por instance, an olivine was  pTiotographcd. Jt is'so close an  , imitation of the emerald that it is  very difficult to detect' it, but its  image in the X-ray photograph  (or skiagraph) was a tell-tale  black. Five genuine diamonds  were mixed with live false ones,  and photographed. The image  of the former was hardly visible,  but the imitations were disclosed  as black,'sharp shadows.  Most' .significant   is   all   this,  surely, of the >vay in'.'which  the  eye of God, infinitely more acute  , than'any natural force of  God's  ' making,'can pierce  through all  'human pretences,   and-see, the  'real'character of  a  man.     He  may seem a diamond,.on the put-,  . side.    .He,'may   shine   with  ,a  - splendid-lustre, and" be counted  "of,royal value." It may ,be. impossible, for men to know that  he is "a cheat. But all tilings  are naked and laid"open unto the  eye of Him with whom we have  to do, the darkness and tlie light  are botli,alil"e to Him, and there  - is not a word in the tongue but  ho knows it altogether. How7  unutterably foolish to think to  cheat Jehovah.���Caleb Cobweb.  Tlie Kooten  LIMITED.  TTjcad Officio  -10 Qui'kn Vjc'j'oi'ia St.,  'London, England.  British Columbia Opficio  FOKT S'J'UKI.K,   15. c.  C.  M.  TCDWAKDS.  GlCN'l. Manaohu.  30,000 Acres Farm Lands  o    <  In the fai* famed Kootenay Vau,ioy for Sale on easy terms  of payment.' Purcics %2,7>0 Pick ague and upwards. Jn close  proximity to the Crow's Nest Railway.  Lots in the town of Elko are now on the market, prices $50,  and upwards according to situation.  Elico boasts of tho biggest waler power in South East  Kootenay .and will bo the junction of the Crow's, Nest Southern  Railway. , - <>        ���  Correspondence Solicited.  CANADIAN  RAILWAY  REDUCED   RATES  EAST  flTTTTTTTTTTTTnTTTTnirrrnTTTT-TTTTTTinTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTmnTTTTnnnTTTTTTTTfTTTnTTffTTnT  31 May  8 June  Tlie Steele House  Fort Steele, B. G.  Centrally -Situated on Riverside 'Avenue.  Conducted on Up-To-Date Methods.  Tho Best Bar In Town.  D. McNeish  , PROPRIETOR.      '  PAN-AMERICAN  Excursions   to   Buffalo  .1UNE -f, IH.     JULY,2,  10.  , AUGUST/*., 20.   " ,  Imperial  Limited  '   " 10 JUNE  Kor time-lables, rules and full information call on oi* addronr. neare.sl, local  af4ont ,   ,  CE. MANSFIELD. A {ft. L'Vu-fc Steele.  t  E  t  t  e  e  s  CAPITAL WANTED.  To Develop  The Rich Mineral  Resources Of  -  South East Kootenay.  Partial 1 j' Developed,  And Undeveloped Copper  And Silver-Lead Properties  Are Offered For Sale On  Liberal Working Bonds.  FOR   REPORTS,    AND   INFORMATION! .WRITE TO  CHARLES  ESTMERE.  Kiniberle}',   B.C.  ^kkUUUkkuuuauiiiiikiiuiiuukkUkiUkkUkkkiUkmkkakiukikikkiikkuiiikUikuukkkkkkUkki  J. S. CARTER,  Dis. Pass. Agt.'  Nelson.  E. JifCOYLE,  A. G. P. A.  Vancouver  dl-  BUT!  '*&��.��&$��;g$&$����%--?$'3-%$%^^  Pauncefote Sails.  Washington, D. C, June 5.���  ambassador; Lord  has passage for  himself and wife and three  daughters on a steamer bound  for London today.  GEARY  & DOYLE.  Liveru, Feed & Sale ��� Stable.  c    '    '   *'���   Port Steele 1-5.C    -  ( i  nodular' Daily J3Ui��e  mc^ls  all  '  trains ut- ForL-Stecle Junction.  , ���    L, t i  '    SADDLE .t'PACK HORSE?  ~ ' i ' (  1 li.VMIN'G OT Al.l.iKINDS A SPKCIAI.n  Aueiiis   Wanted  Complete Life of Queen Victoria  rsi'ST took       ' ., '  '      13 EST TEKMS     '  Outfit Mailed on JJeecipt of I.j cents.  Address  S. C. 31ILLEK & CO..     -  L'oi-tland. Ore, U.S.A.  , r MINERAL, ACT. 1H9H.  ���" ''(t'oit.M r.)'  fJlIHTII-'ICATE Ol* I.MPKOVE.MKNTS.  i;  NOTICE.  ONTARIO MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in llio Fort. Steele MiinniJr Division  or South' IDiist Koolpiiiiy.  wiim-e located- * On' Marie Crock, about  three miles Ironi Kimberley. t ,   y  Talso notico that 1. Neil McLeod Cuuan of  "Kimbe'i-ley as' Agent for D. U. Mann! Free  Miner's Cei tiliciue No. A.bCiU, mteiicl tiO days  fiom the date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder ror a Certilicate ot Impiovemeiits for  the purpose of obtaining'a C.own lir.mt of the  above claim. ',        ���" ' , "���  ,\ And fin thei take notice that action'undor  section '.17. must be commenced before tho issuance of .such Certificate of Improvements.  Bated this 11 Hi day of March. 1001.  11- NTKXL McLEOD CUKKAN  BETWEEN  S'PAUL-CHICAGO  ��������*������>     fiiifirn  KarS'asCity-CHICAGO.  &*��Mt&asi  -��  Your attention i.s-j willed to the  "Pioneer Limited" trains of the ������Milwaukee & St Paul Rail way.'", "'The only  perfect trains- in the world."  You will Mud it desirable to ride on  those trains when notng <o any point, in  .thie Eastern Slates or Canada. They  connect with all Transcontinental  Trains 'and all Ticket Agent* sell,  tickets. \ v  ���' For further information, pamphlets,  etc. ask any Ticket Agent, or     \  R. ���!,'. ITOltU.   ...   0. .1. EDDY   .,   >  ��� .   I'ass. A.i;eiit.j General Agent,'  SPOKANE. POllTEAND.  MINI'RAI.. ACT.  1S11I5  (koh.m r.)  (jian-iricAi'i: or imi'huvi:mi:nts.  The .British  Pauncefote.  Attention Hunters  and  Prospectors.  Indian Agent Galbraith is willing- to  pay   thc   sum   of  $500,  per pair,   for  Mountain Sheep and Goat/or either.  NOTICE.  In the matter of the Instate of I'dimmd  Cox J'urlcer lato of l-'oi-t Steele, Handier, deceased.  TAIC1' NOTiOK that all parlies huviiiK  oiulins a^iilust llie eslato of lhe above named  I'dmund Cox I'iirUer, deceased, are rocjuiied  on or before lhe ISlli day of June, 1001. to .send  b.v mail, prepaid, io It. L. T. tiiilbraiili, I*'orl  Steele, Ii. C. a stiiteineni show hit; the nature  of their claim, the particulars of their accounts  and the nature of the security (it any) held by  them.  AND liTJIlTIII'lt TA1CK NOTICK Hint  after the said IBth day of June the said  Hxecutor will proceed to distribute said estate.  liavuiK rOKard only lo the claims of which he  then has notice and will not be responsible to  lhe holders of claims of which he has no notice  al the date ol distiibulion.  Dated al fort Steele this 2tit.li day of April,  lilu I.  U. L. T. GALBRAITH  by  liAKVBV & McCaktek, his Solicitors.  Fort  Steele  BAKERY, ' '  TT. A l 112 , Proprietor.'  KTVERSLDE' AVBNUIO  Opposite   Poht   Office.  UiUil'dML ysidtcSs.  !i^  "Tv a-. *"  5 S r>' I  allow:  MINERAL   ACT.  (I'OllM  V.)  (,        UKIl'llPlCA'l'K QY- r.MPUOVEMKN'J'S.  ! 2y iij^r-j-Jatoc thatthwe ji  Piisicrs will   relieve )  pain quicker than any j  icr.   Pot ��p' only in I  : and 5IX0-I  Thc latter   .  ycu fo cut 'JjeJ  CIV '.'-r.   ' i  Evory  -TankMy <  *; h c c; 3 ���"  hayc   oiso \%>  an eiJiei'- I  f  | KVI3 & 'JSST.ZHCS CO., B  j ti?(::r:,i,   KcsTsifl-. j!  j      Bmaieof ii>i!i-a:ons      [  NOTICE.  CANTON MINERAL CLAIM".  Situate in the Port Steele Mining Division  of South Kast Kootenay.  Whore located. On Huckleberry Hill,  about four miles from Kimberley. 13. C.'  Take notice Unit I. Neil McLcod Curran.  as Agent for 1". C. Andrews, Free Miner's Certificate 13.43127. intend sixty days from tho date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a  Ceriillcate of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above'claim.  And Iui-ther take nonce lhat action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements.'  Dated this 10th day of March, 1901. '-  1*2- NEIL MoLBOD CURRAN.  The iMost Complete Health Resort on  the Continent of North America.  The PROSPECTORS3 EXCHANGE  NO.   4   K.-W..-C.   BLOCK,   NELSON,   B.C.  A Gold,   Silver-Lead  and Copper Mine.*, wanted at the  EXCHANGE.,  Fill"! 15   MrMJNG   GOLD   properties  wanted  at, once for Eastern  investors. * r  Parties liiiviu��   miniii"   property  tor sale are roouestod   to  .send  .samples of their ore to the KX'UIIAMGE for exhibition.  We desire to hear from  prospector.-  claims in J-Jritisli Columbia.   '  ,.     Prospectors   and  mining men  are  reque-ted  .CHANGE their headquarters when in, Nelson.'  All samples should, be sent by express. PREPAID.  Correspondence .solicited.   Address all communications to  ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER,  Telephone No. 1(1*.     P.O. Itox'700.  . JfliLSOjf, 11. C.    (f  who  haji-e" promising  mineral  Xi)   niake   the   EX-  KIMPTON   &   PITTS  ('  WINDERMERE $�� DONALD  -at ' ' -     t  eneral Mefchatits  . ��� '   -i , ', ^       -, n  :Mlnino supplier a Specialtu  Miaers going north ward via Canoe River Route will find' il a large  saving and convenience to procure their-supplies at Donald.   ',  -<? /  Situated midst Scenery unrivalled forClr.tndeur  Halcyon   Hot    Springs  y-  rse  NOTICE.  Old Abe, Black Prince, Niiney Hanks,  Faragul Fraction and Blue Jay  Mineral Claims  Situate in the I'ort Steele Minim,' Division  of Kast ICooteuay District.  Where located-���About two miles north  west of Hull Uiver on uuriit Cieek.  TAKE NOTlCl'l that I, Kenneth L. Uurnet  (.iKOiil for the "Caldwell Mines Limited" Free  Miner's Certilicate No. II. 3M"i). l-'rec Miner's  Certificate No. H. ill 110, intend, sixty days fiom  . tlie date hereof, lu -.tpply to the Milling Kccord-  er for aVCertilioateof Improvements, for ihe  purpose of obcainiii!,' a Crown Grant of the  ubovoelaims. , ,, '    ,  And further taUc notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this second day of May, A. D., 1001.  J!    in-    , KKNNISTII  L,  ItURNKT  Guaranteed $900  Salary   Year,y  Men and woincn f>f ��-"od address represent us. son . i . i Al i )]> >i.iiin</  agents, othf��i-.^ ioi local .-..Ji-k looking  after our inlerest-. i>"00 sa! ivy <,riiaran-  teed yearly: ext:a coinniis-jioiis and  exjiense^. rapid advancement, old established ho'iso. Grand chance for  earnest man or women to secure pleasant, permanent p sition, liberal income  and. luturc. New. brilliant lines Write  at once.  2:' C'liur  STAFFORD    PRESS.  ;h St.. Now Haven, (,'rinn.  NOTICE.  TAKK NOTICIO that the pin tiierslup heic-  tofore existing between tho undcisigned nuclei  ihi* name style and (Inn of Ihe -'I'oiI Steele  HrcvrinK C'onipanv" has this day been dissolved  by mutual consent Albert Mill-/. iiiiiIGcoikc  H Scolt will continue the business undei the  same hriu nalufi.y 'i'hO Mind SuOlt nnd. Mill/, \vlll  assume sill the liabilities of tlie partnership,  aud all debts due the partnership must be paid  tothem.  ,. ��� . A ...  'Dated at Fort Steele this i8th da.v.of Mareli  1001. . I :������.''���'..  ALIiKRT MU'K  I        GEORGE I-I.,SCOTT.- '' ,-  A      LOU IS I'l SICK.  BRANDON MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in the Fort Steele Mining Division  of South 1 inst Kootenay.  Where located: On Huckleberry IHU,  about (oui miles fiom Kimberley, li. C.  Take notice lhat I. Neil McLeod Curran  as Audit for T. Mayne Daily, Free Miner's Certillcate No IJ Hl.TyTS, in tend .sixty days from the  date hereof, io apply to the Minini,' Recorder  forn Uorlilli-iiie of Improvements, for the pur-'  pose of olilaiiiintra Crown Grunt of tin* aboie  claim.  Anil furlher take notice that action, under  section !!T, must be commenced .before the issuance of .such eei-tllicate of improvemenls.  Dated this Kith day of March. 1001.  1^- NI'ITL McLROD CO UK AN. AKent,  Itoatlim* li.sliin^Conitopium Resident I'll  & Kxi-ursions Odlll Itll IUIII sician AsNiir  *  -   , i  Halcyon Springs.-Arrow Lake. 13. C  ��� In telct'r.iphic'cominunication  with all parts of thc world  Two mails'urri^e and depart every day.  Terms, .Til 5  to $18 per week, according  to residence in Hotel or Villas.'  Its Baths Cure all Nervous and Muscular  Diseases. Its Waters Heal nil Kidney, Liver  and Stomach Ailments. ,      -    ,  SOEE AGENTS for  Canton  Steel Company  ..Windermere, Golden and Donald  Mining Divisions.  Agents  at Windermere for the California Giant Powder Co.  East Kootenay  Bottling Co.    c  If  CROMARTY   MINERAL   CLAIM.  Situate in the Fort Steele Mining Division  of Soulll East Kootenay.  Where 'located: On Iluckleboiry Hill,  aboul four i*.-"lcs (mm Kun'-n-rlrv  U P  'Pake nonce lhat 1. Neil .McLeod Cm ran a-,  Agent tor 1{. S. While, Free Miner s Ceililicate  No 13.Ill Sn, inleiid sixty davs from the date  hereof, lo apply to the Mining Kecoi-der for a  Cernlicate of impiovements. for the purpose  of obtaining a Cmwn 11 rant of the aboie claim.  And furthei lake notice that, action, under  section '.17. must bq commenced before the issuance of such ceitilicate ot improvements  Mated this lliiii d.iv of March, 1001.  li- NEIL McLIOOD CURRAN. Af;ont.  FULL   HOUSE   MINERAL   CLAIM,  Situate in the Foil Steele Mining  Division  ol South East I-Cooienav.  Where located On Huckleberry Ilill.  about foui miles 11out Isiinbciloy. II 0.  Take nonce Unit I Neil McLeod Curran. as  Ancnt ror A Maude Williams. Free Miner's  Ceitilic.ite No. 11. Ill STI. intend si My days from  the dale hereot, tu apply I" the Mlllll.,,' Recoid-  er for a,;.-Certificate of, Inipi-ov'ement..s for the  purpose of olitainiii!,' :i Crown��� .0rant of the  aboveclaini. ,  1 And fui'tiier lake notice tinit. action,  under  .section :IT, must be commenced before ihe-issu-  ance of vsnch certilicate of improvements.  V Dated thi.s Kith day of March, Hlfii.  12- NEIL McLEOD CURRAN. Asent.  Aerated waters  Of allkinds.  Syrups, Champagnes, Ciders,  Ginger Ales, Etc.  Sofia  water in  siphons,  economical way to handle it.  The  lnos-t,  ANDREW   NEIDIG  GONTRftGTOR    and    BUILDER  IIOUSK AND SIGN FATNTING  CALC1MINING and PAPER HANGING  FORT STEELE. B. C.  35$'   All   work promptly done.  HIGHWARDEN & SON.  PIONEER, BARBER .SHOP  Everything Strictly First Class.  ���.Next door to tlie Prospector,  | N. HANSON,!  General Merchant  LiQvtor Dealer.  AND^  J^:     Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber,       A large assort-    cS  ���*���; ment of seasoned Lumber and bhingles always = 3  S^ ���- on hand. r3  ^ D.1MENSTON      LUMBER     Av   SPECIALTY-^     3  I      WflSa ��� ��� - BG.      I  ^iaiiiiiiiiiitiuiiUiiiiiuiiiiiiasiiiiiiiuiiiiiUiiuiiiiuuimuiiK  The  Waldorf  FERNIE, B. C.     OLD TOWN  SPLENDTD ACCOMMODATIONS  ' ���s  I  Sample Rooms for Commercial Men  No Traveller Should Pass the Door.  - The trail runs within ten feet of the house.     Good  Barn and plenty of hay and grain.    If you patronize the        ���  Waldorf you will never regret it.  H.    A.   KANOUSB  -   Proprietor. Jtei  THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE," B. C, JUNE P,  1901.  North Star Lodge  NO. 30.  A. F. AND A. M.       G. R. B. C.  FORT STEELE. B. C.  1st   Tuesday  in   eucb  Visiting Hrcthern are  Regular meetings-  month at eight o'clock,  cordially invited.  A. C. Nelson, Secretary.  ��Jje tyvo&pzztox.  SATURDAY, JUNE 8. 1901.  Rocky Mountain Chapter  NO. 1'25. R. a. si.  FORT STEELE, U. C. ,  Regular meetings���2nd Tuesday in  each month at eig-ht o'clock.  Visiting    Brethern   are ,cordially  invited:'  R. L. T. Galbraith Scribe E.  ���nnnTmnTTTmTTTTTmTTnTTrmTTTmmw*  I  LOCAL NEWS. I  ���MiiliiiiiiiiiiuiiiitiiiiiiniaaiiiHWM/lH'->  Robert Dore came down from  Wild Horse on Wednesday.  JtrUKX QRAPI  OmiM   OF TAMTAM   POWDIK  Rev. Haveloclr Beechem of  Cranbrook was in town on Wednesday.  , Charles Beelinberg came down  from Tracj* creek on Tuesday.  Professional.  Geo. S. McCarter. J. A. Harvey  HARVEY & McCARTER  Barristers, Solicitors,  Notaries  Public,  ' Con veyancer.1 etc.  FOKT "STEELE. B. C.  REVEtSTOKE STATION and GOLDEN  COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY    'MADE.  W. R. ROSS  Barrister    " -'     -    ,   Solicitor  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER.   .  Fort  Steele,  B.   G  Policeman Barnes was in town  on Monday.  Mr.   aud  Mrs.   Gilpin were at  the Imperial Sunday.  C. H. Pollen, C. M. Keep and  J. Laidlaw went to Tracy .creek  on Wednesday.  CREAM  BAKING  POWDER  Highest Honors, World's Fair  Gold : Medal, Midwinter Fair  Avoid  linking: Powders   containing  alum.   They are lujurious to lieitltlt  Colonel   and  Mrs.   Henderson  were in town on Wednesday.  Carlin & Durick are sending  supplies daily to the mining  camps near Fort Steele. .  North Star Lodge A. V. & A.  M. held1" their regular monthly  meeting on Tuesday evening. ���;  Rocky Mountain Chap tor:   It.  A.   M.   will  monthly  evening next,  hold' their 'regular  meeting  on   Tuesday  T.    EDE  L'ANDSand MINES  NOTARY'PUBLIC  COLLECTIONS siven PROMPT ATTENTION*  Fort Steele; 6 - B.C.  Fort STKr.a Develomient'Syndicati* Ltd  138 Leadenhall Street, London, England.  N. A. WALLINGER,        FORT STEELE.  POST OFFICE noX 8. ,  Fort "Steele Flour rand, .Feed  Store can supply bran, shorts,  oats and all kinds of flour and  meal, hav baled or /loose.     ,  -  H. C. Killeen of Victoria has  been appointed inspector of  public works and chief superintendent of roads, trails and  bridges in tho Province.       ���   '  St. John's Church, of England.  Services will be held in the  Church of St. John the- Divine  every Sunday evening at 7:30.  Strangers are welcome.  PRESBYTERIAN*  CHURCH.  .Christian service will be conducted in the Presbyterian  Church by the Pastor Rev. D.  McK. Reid, B.A. every Sabbath  evening at 7:tf0. Sunday School  nt 2 p.m.      ' , .,  All aro welcome to our services.  Senator Turner and Frank  Graves returned to Spokane on  Friday, from a visit to the Sullivan mine.   6.  A. W. K. Markley was  at   the  Imperial on Thursday.      ;  A. B. Feuwick came   up   from  the ranch on Thursday.  Government Agent Armstrong  wiis at"Fernie on Thursday.  H. E. Morgan and C. Norton  was registered at the Windsor  on Thursdav.  .Rille Association.  A general invitation has- been  extended to tlie people of the  Dominion by Premier Laurier,  and Ur. -Rordon, Minister of  Militia, to arrange a i-iilo association in every town in tho Dominion, tlio Government to furnish the riilos, and 'supply the  ammunition. 12. A. Elton, has  rocoivod the necessary papers,  also service roll, and those willing to join tho association should  consult' with him.  HENRY KERSHAW.  it  General     Merchant  Fort Steele, B. G.  For Patent Medicines. '   '  For Fresh  Fruit"  For Fishing Tackle.  For Newly Janid Kggs.  "    For Stationer)' in Great Variety,  Try KERSHAW'S.  ii*ri*rm*ri!nSiInlii5Ti^  TRIAL OF YACHTS.  ' Thomas Starbird ' returned  from the Windermere country on  Tuesday.  A number' of ' home seekers  were.iu tpwn during-the past  week  Douglas^. Corsan  ' \   ������,;    (CM-MD.)        ,    'A.  OFFICE-  ���Riversido Avenue.  r>"  Next Door to BleqsddVs Drug Store.  THOMAS    McVITTIE  R.L.S.  <&  CE.  ��� Fort Steele B.C.   '  It snowed in the mountains on  Monday. ��� . ,  Business is picking tip; the  merchants are wearing a Kootenay Central smile.  E. J. Barnell of-Nelson was at  the Imperial on Wednesday. n  ���' T. C. Armstrong sent,, about  oOQ feet of air pipe to Windor-  meie on Friday.  T. H. Hogau of Pincher creel;  was registered at the Imperial  on Thursday.     .       , '  .  A. W. R. Markley left on Friday for Windermere..   .  M.^Grant of Moyie was  registered at tl\e'Imperial on Friday.  K. McKennan'and P. McLean  were at the Imperial on Friday.  Geo. A. McDpnough of Winnipeg . aiid T. Bryant; Blairmore  were registered at the Windsor  on Wednesday.    ' '  BMSSICK   ft   DEMPSEY.  CONTRACTORS  AND _  BUILDERS.  ft L  Fort   Steele   B.C  Shaving $?:-Hair Dressing Parloi  Neil to Oriental Hotel  FORT   STEELE, B. C.  All kinds o'f hair work  ,  ' A- a specialty.  1     ��� o  A.J GREZ.   -   -   Proprietor  U. COHN  TAILOR  AND IMPORTER OF  FINE WOOLLENS  Rocky Mountain Avenue  Fort Steele, B. C.  WANTED-TRUSTWORTHV MEN  AND WOMEN to travel and advertise  for old established house of solid' financial standing. .Salary $780 a year and  expenses, all payable in cash. No canvassing required. Give references and  enclose self addressed stamped envelope. Address Manaoer. .'fcio-Ciixton  Hldg., Chicago.  Home seekers are still on the  move in the Kootenay valley,  spying out. agricultural land.  If the building of the Kootenay Central railway should take  place this year it. will only add  to the stability of Fort Steele.  This town is all right.  Outfitting for the mines is being done by the merchants of  Fort Steele,  Tho next regular meeting of  the License Commissioners for  South East Kootenay; will, be  held June loth.      '   ''  " Gold  is wprth  and silver ��13.  $340   a pound  Work is progressing smoothly  at the Carbonate King mine:  Cup   Dofender'  and   Challenger    in  , Some Condition.--Both Wrecked.  The Constitution has had a  trial run and apparently ,the test  was satisfactory.  Mr.' Lawson's cup defender  Independence avhs given a trial  spin. Tho'vacht-appears to go  through the water very smoothly  While dashing along, in a  good whole sail breeze ' off  Brenton's reef lightship, with  three, lower sails set, the big  hollow steel mast on the cup defender Constitution collapsed  like a blow pipe through the  sudden breaking of the starboard and windward spreaders:  The hull was not injured. '  The Shamrock II is in the dry-  dock having her hull examined.  The  Canadian Bank oi commerce  HEAD OFFICE--TORONTO.  t ( '  O f *  Paid up Capital $8,000,000; Resqrve Fund 42,000.000:  Aggregate Resources Over $(13,000,000.  . <? -  , i.        i ','..���  1 London Office; ��)0 Lombard Street, i:. C.      '   ' ���  Mew, York Office; 111 lixcluiiif'e I'luee.  L  D ( '  And 08 branches in Canada, the United States and British Columbia.  Cranbrook Branch.  HUBERT HAINES. Manager.,  Si  ft  *  ���a  St  **********��**)K-J'��**Sc*��$)-H':S:*��&&^  It is reported that ��88,884,537  and 39,725,130 acres of land have  been granted by the Dominion  Government to the railways of  Canada. -       '     ,  1   The lumber industry,  Fort Steele district is  large proportions.  ,of the  ,.C.'M. Keep. .1. Laidlaw and C'.  H.,Pollen returned from Tracy  creek on Friday.  The present year will  witness  a great expansion of the carrying trade  between Canada and  the Orient.  '   Thomas   Starbird returned to  Windermere on Friday.  MINHRAr, ACT, IS9B.  ./ (FOUU F.) (    '  'certificate OF IMPKOYKMEN'TS.  , It is rumored that the Sullivan  mine will-resume operations in  the near future.  Ranchers should be securing  their seeds. The Fort Steele  Flour & Feed Store have a limited quantity left after delivery of  orders, of seed oats, wheat and  peas, timothy, red clover and  red top! *  T. 6. Armstrong  Fort Steele. B. C.  .. MANUFACTURER   OF  Tinware, Galvanized Iron, Sheet  Iron,   Stove  Pipes  and ,  Copperware  BUILDIMGS HEATED and VENTILATED  Plumbing,  Pipe  titting  and '"all  kinds of sanitary work  The Invicta placer mine is a  hydraulic property, consisting  of many acres of auriferous  sfravel.  The .mining season of 1901,  now in full blast throughout, the  Fort Steele mining division,  promises to be a record breaker  in point of output.  A new vein of coal has hot n  discovered at Thunder Hill.  ���   Air Tioht  Hydraulic   and   Air  Mines  Hot Blast Stoves  Pipes   for  special attention paid to  ������/qb'-wokk. ' ���'���'���  It is estimated that 200 men  are engaged in mining at Moyie.  The camp is steadily growing.  This is the last month that  taxes for the current year can  be paid at the lesser rate. Under  .the Assessment Act if not paid  by the 8Qth of June a considerable increase will be levied.  Tax payers should govern themselves accordingly. :  Hubert.vITaines, manager of  the Bank of Commerce, was  registered at the- Imperial on  Thursday.  A prospecting outfit left Steele  for the St. Mary's river district  on Friday.  The lead output of the Fort  Steele division was (10% of the  total output of tlie'.Province.  It Looks Liike Business.      '  Thirty five now locations were  recorded in the Fort Steele mining division during the month of  May.  Since tho first day of January,'  1901, 400 certificates of work  haye been recorded.  During the month of May 500  miners licenses were issued by  the Mining Recorder at Fort  Steele.     ��   Relics of Old Times.  Mr. .John Corrigan who has a  ranch on Six Mile creek, while  sowing' grain, found a gold  dollar which was dated 1800. It  was probably lost by some old  time prospector in the early  sixties.  Mr. Violet who came down  from Boulder creek on Thursday reports the finding of a tree  bearing the following inscription  P. & B., Aug. 5th, 1,804. The  tree is' situated on the Boulder  creek summit. . V    *  News Notes.  Toronto, June 8.���Two new  through trains per dayi 7'will be  instituted on Monday by the  Canadian Pacific between this  city and Buffalo. Tlie trains are  the'finest,ever put on the road.  ',  ' '"(' .  ��� ��� 'J'    '  Ottawa, June 8.���Thc .official  statement handed out by the  Government House, announces  that according to the present arrangements. Their Royal Highnesses, the Duke and Duchess of  Cornwall and York will arrive  at Quebec by September 18.   If  NOTICE. <  MASTODON,     WHALE v AND     GIANT  .   MINERAL   CLAIMS.  ��� Situate in the Fort Steele Mining Division  of Kast Kootenay District.  Where located: ' On Perry Creek,0about  oiio and a hall miles from its mouth.  ^ Take notice that I, Thos. T. McVittie, Free  Miner's Certificate "No. u-12915 A(fent for the  Mastodon Gold and Copper Company, Free  Miner's Certificate No. 1142794, intend sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for u Certillcate^ofimprovements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Ciown Grant of the  above claims. '  And further take notice that action under  section 3", must be commenced before the issuance of .such Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated this 30th day of May, 1901, A.D.  2:1- T1IOS. T. Mi-VITTIE.  Port Steele Cigar Store    |j  ��r *                          Fort , Steele, -13.  C.                 ''���     . ���   =��  ��| WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS \            ' '    j=i'  2E: ���       In Cigars, Cigarettes, Pipes and Tobacco.                "    ������  5~ Finest Variety of Pipes and Smokers Outfit            ^  SZ: Ih the District,-Including Meerschaum, ,11. B. 13. ���'  ^  8~ 'Alpha,'and Othor Brands.       , ���                                  ^  5~ , Imported and Domestic Cigars at Lowest Prices.   V       :r2  8~j ?   -,,.        Billiard and Pool Parlor and Reading ��3:  Sz: Room in Connection.                  �����            "       '   "    ^3'  5^ > '                                            i.i.                  ' ���      ' -    ~~3 '  8�� , C. P. R.'Ticket and Telegraph Oflice, and Canada    ,"' :r3 ,  g~; Western telephone Office in Store. "      -,                  t      ~3 <i  B  Mansfield & Cdtterell,      |��  1 Proprietors. ',.'., '     *  '    H2  ^uuuuiimuuuiuuiiuitutiuiiiiiuuituiuiuiuiiiiuiiiutiu^*  Monte 6arlo Restaurant.  NOTICE.  Thirty days after date 1 intend to apply to  the Chief Commissioner of Lands .miii Works  for permission to cut and carry uwuy timber  from the followiiiK described lands, commencing al a post about three eliains east of the  Golden road, between the Xitli nml :10th mil,;  posts, running east40 chains, thenee north 80  chains, thence west 80 chains, thence south 80  chains, thence east 10 chains to place of commencement. Cont:ilnlri(_' 440 acres more or  less.  Dated this 4th day of .lime, 1901.  2:1 W. A. OIIIKIIOLM.  THE MOST  UP-TO-DATE  PLACE IN FORT STEELE.  Everything Cooked  "as vou like it."  WM. ROBINSON,  Proprietor  SOUTH    KAST   KOOTENAY�� LICKNSK  DISTRICT.  ' Notiee is hereby given that the following  parties have made application under the provisions of the -'Liquor License Act, 1900." for a  license to retail liquor at places mentioned.  Harry Drew, Central Hotel Fort Steole,  Harry Reineman Imperial Hotel   "       "   "  W. M. Stewart Oriental Hotel           D. McNeish, Steele House.  ,  R. D. Mather, Windsor Hotel,    'D. Griffith Wild Hor.se Creek Hotel.  Wm. Sprague Miners Home Tracy ('reck.  A. Hale Marysville Hotel. Marysville.  .1. Hurell Tobacco i'lains Hotel, Tobacco  Plains.  A meeting of the Hoard of License Commissioners will   be  held at Cranlirool: June  15, at  10 a. in., lo consider said applications.  II.   W.  IIAHNKS.  Chief License Inspector  Dated at I"ori Steele. June 1st, 10OI.  GflNN & GO.  General    Merchants  ��� . Foht Steele, B. C.  Fkuit r  CONFKCTIONKltY  Stationery  ClfJAUS.  Post Office - Store.  NOTICE.  A'  FOR  SALE  Consisting- of 28.'1 acres of bottom liuul  nine miles nortii west of Fort Steele on  tlie ICootcmiy River. 'Title'* perfect.  'Fenced, dwelling house, Htalile, (-.'tittle  sheds, roothouse, etc. For particulars  apply to F. A. BALE, P. O. Box No.  8J0, Fort Steele, 13. C:  CHAS.   P.   CAMPBELL,  Undertaker  and  Embalmer  Graduate of Champion  College of the United  States.  Upholstering and  General  Furniture Repairing.  All Work Guaranteed.  Telegraph or  Mail  Orders  Promptly Attended to.  ���StuaM liOMXIt lN.SPDCTOHS- KXAMINATION.  I'l'l.lCATIONS foreMimliiiiiloii lor Sleiiin  lloiler Inspectors will lie received by the  Chiu! Inspector ul Sumliii Hoileis. New Wesi-  niiiislcr. li. C. up to .luuu lOili, IfiOl. A])|ili-  eunts must be between the nges ol U.". and .Ml  years, they must have had at least live j oars'  practical workshop experience as nmcliliilsts  or boiler makers, and must also have :i  thorough uiiderslandiiig of slciim'engineering.  forms for particulars may be obtained, on '  request of intending applicants, irom the Cliii'l  Inspector ol Steam lioilers. New Westminster,  H. C, and must be properly lllled in and ic-  turned to him ,on or beliire the above-  men Honed date.  The candidates selected lor examination will  then be notified as to date and place of examination.  The salary will be +100 per mouth.  W. C. VVKI.LS,   ,  Chief Commissioner,!!/ JmihIs it M'orkx.  JmiuIs and Works ikpartmtnt  Victoria, Ji. C. t.'.'uil Mai/, liioi.  Cranbrook.  P. 0. Box 127.  -      ,     B. C.  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  Fort Steele  Diamond Jubilee  MISS RUTH FOLSOM. tl0Splt8l  Ma tiion.  (Ji-aduate ol St. Iviikes Hospital.  Vancouver. It. ('.  This Inslitiilion litis been recently  enlarged hy ;t new wing which is now  open foi* reception of putiuiito. For  terms .'ipjily lo  Miss Foi.som.  i  *"\  ������(M  on

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