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 T.ihrnry of Leg Aos  &������) :������ ���: �����-*:-�����.'*,i5-x-v*'-^s*.-��-�� t-vx-r-z^'tt  #                                              '������' /%f lt��  t- Devoted to the upbuilding * /�� Im  | i i  # OF ,FORT   STEELS  Y  #    JiidcjiciKlcnt   iii   Politics,    ji.  *' I  *-��s;*-.*��+'fr**-����-ffff-!'.x-Xf-.fe*^!����*i?��'  T'.-Ii;   I'.^OUI'ECTOR   CO".  TAINS ALL   PUBLIC NOTICES AflD CIVES THE  LATEST TELEGRAPHIC  and Local news.        t  *  *  #  &  & *  Vol. G.  PORT  STEELE, .73. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1900.  No 28.  New Advertisements To-aay.  Canadian l'acllic Railway  Xoliee���Thonins Kde    ���������   i'agc  Activity About Kimberley.  Tho Sullivan mines aro shipping about.a carload.of ore daily.  Surveys are being made for a  M-ainway from the mine to Mark  i-reelf, at a point a short distance  below the term i mil of tlie North  Star tramway. N.'C. McKinstry  who has been at tho Sullivan for  .some time,' has left and will  .-Shortly commence work on tlie  JJig Dipper.  Over 1.00 tons of ore is being  Jaily shipped from the North  Star.  At Lhe Quantrell now buildings are going- up for the needs  of the men, and a tlume'is being  built i'or a water supply for the  ramp.     ,<���     ( ' ,  IC/mberley is0 going right  ahead, and it is ��� predicted that  its population will be doubled  this .summer.  minister the rite of confirmation.  His Lordship will visit Cranbrook and conduct   Lln1  evening  service.    Wheelbarrow Wager.  In case Mr. Fernie i.s elected  Ed. ���Highward-jn i.s to wheel  Monte Carlo in .a wheelbarrow  from the Windsor Hotel to the  Steele House. Should'Mr. Smith  be elected Monte will take High-  warden over the same route.  So the public will have a wheel  barrow exhibition in any event  BESTING IN PRETORIA.  MEETING AT VANCOUVER.  Vole for Win. Fernie.  Mining Notes.  The St. Eugene, concentrator  is to be again enlarged. . .  , Samuel Levett of Pilot Bay,  who is largely interested in copper properties on the- west fork  of fhe St., Mary's, was 'in town  on Tuesday. < ���    ���  A contract has been' awarded  lo Jack Olson to extend the tunnel on tho Dibble group,of inines  for ii distance of fifty feet.  " A T. Caldwell is still down at  the. Old Abe.' What is,to be  done with the property has not  yet been ascertained.  Work'is  being  continued   on  ,'tlie Estella and  the  property  is  improving, f     \   , /'  With tho.work now boin'g'done  on .tlie Montana. Mr. Bielenburg  . believes a good property will be  opened up.     ���  Considerable' work is being  'done on the different claims on  Perry creek.  A large amount of assessment  ���work i.s being done on claims on  tlie St. Mary's and its tributaries.  Work has been temporarily  suspended on the Black Bear.  On Wild Horse.  There   is    more    activity   on  "Wild Horse this season than   for  .several years past, many of  the  placers are in active operation,  ii.nd quartz mining  is  being  extensively  carried   on. '   At  the  .lohn  Bull   group   several  men  ii.ro   employed   iu   development.  Tlie Golden Five is showing  up  -well   with   the   work   which lias  hoen   done.      The   Dupont and  'Rig   Chief    will    make   a   good  showing    in    development   this  summer.    The new   galena   proposition recently located by Felix  Jvook   is   showing   up   well with  fhe, little work   which   has   been  /lone.       Over   the   divide    from  IJonlder   creelc   a    tributary   of  Wild Horse work is   being  done  on the claims known as the Star  * Group.      In   addition   to   these  lliere   are  a   .lumber  of smaller  properties all  being developed.  There is every reason'to believe  that   this,   season   will   witness  great changes in the mining  .sii -  nation.   -  Martin,   Wilson,   Cotton   and Smith  On   the   Platform.---More   Rotten  Eg-g-s at Victoria.'  Vancouver, June 0.���An  hide-  pendent labor mass meeting was  held tonight, when all labor candidates    .-spoke,     also    Premier  Martin,     Chas   Wilson,   Cartel,  Cotton and .Ralph Smith.   It was  an     unusually    noisy   meeting,  with hoofing and hisses from beginning to end, and no oue. was  heard     without    interruptions.'  Cotton    in   deploring   what', he  termed a   plague of Martinism,  said, lhat it, not only  caused  a  good government to be defeated  and dissolution of tho house, but  had seriously affected the  honor  of the Lieutenant Governor.   He  stigmatised  the  Minister,   as  a  one'  man   govern ment   with   a  cabinet of clerks.    Ralph Smith  made a semi.private' declaration  tonight after  the  meeting  that  he had been approached  by Mr.  Geo.    Kennedy*   on     behalf    of  Martin, proffering him a seat  in  the cabinet, in the event  of  his  accepting    tlie   offer,   the    suit  against the new Vancouver Coal  Co.' would be dropped immediately and the company given a good  title-to. fhe   property. ' While  .these facts have been surmised  to some'extent already,   if  only  needed 'this  unequivocal   statement of Smiths to  make  patent  the methods  of  Martin ��,to  construct a" cabinet and hold power.1  ���    Smith has an  affidavit signed  by fifteen witnesses to the above,  effect and  will    publish   it   tomorrow.       ,      v n  Victoria, June G. ���When Perry  Mills and Jardine were leaving  the Metctiosin meeting last  night, their buggy was covered all over with rotten eggs by  those present. The meeting  was boisterous, Mr. Bizautson,  the Martin candidate, several  times offering to go outside and  thrash- the most noisy of lhe  ones interrupting.  Boers    Concentrating-   Twelve   Miles  East of Pretoria.���Boers Will  Occupy Majuba Ilill and  Other Points.  London, June 7.���Lord Roberts is resting his tired troops  in Pretoria and collecting supplies prirr to his advance  against the Boers new capital at  Lydenburg. Delayed dispatches  state that General Botha made  no serious attempt to hold Pretoria, but fought a rear-gnurd i  action to gain time for hi.s retreat.  The Duke of Norfolk is report  ed  injured  in   the  fight   before  Pretoria.  Among the captured 121th Yeomanry are'.several noblemen.  London, June 7.���According  to dispalches received today tlie  Boers under General Botha are  concentrating in the neighborhood of Hatherly. twelve miles  east of Pretoria. From the same  source it is learned that the  British prisoners are being removed to Novitgedac. an unhealthy spot in the  Elands   val-  ley-      ' ,- y   .   '  The strained relations between  the secretary of war Lord Lans-  downe, - and the British coin-  mander-in chief, Lord Wolsely,  appears to have reached such a  straight thai but for the exigen-.  cies of .the situation, Lord Wolsely would have re'signed. It  seems that Lord Lansdowne attempt ed to usurp authori \y always  heretofore wielded by the commander-in-chief, and the latter  is  now  said  to   have  laid    the  I whole matter before Lord Saiis-  [ bury.  j Loudon, June 7.���A Boer re-  [ port says that General Buller  ! has requested a three day's armistice. The military experts here  are inclined to believe that a revised version of the story will  show that Buller has summoned  the federals to surrender or  evacuate their position in three  day-., failing which he would attack them.  New '-York.    June    7.���Great,  numbers of the enemy   will  oc  cupy Majuba Hill,  Laing's  Nek  and the Pag wan a   range  as  far  east as Euglebrecht's pass, says  a    Newcastle    dispatch    to   the  Herald dated Monday.'    On   the  Balasburg the position they hold  are particularly strong.    Generals Botha. Fourio and  Protorius  are in command.     Should  they  obstinately refuse lo yield  and  still continue lighting  Ihey  will  in all probability ��� fall  back  on  Lydenburg by   way   of .Ermelo,  with prospects of a safe retreat  in the almost inaccessible mountains   of  the  Mtuchison  range.  Their task is to prevent General  Buller's   entry  into  the  Transvaal by   way  of  Volksrust  can  orilv,result in failure and unnec-  WHAT'S IN A NAME.  HOT  MEETING  STEELE.  AT     FORT  Called    in    the   Interest    of   E.    C  Smith.���It Turns Out to Be for  William. Fernie.  The meeting un Friday evening was evidently intended for  the supporters of Mr. E. C.  Smith, the Martin candidate: so  said the notices that called the  meeting, which, by the way  were not circulated until late in  the aftcrnoou, possibly for reasons best known to Smith's committee.  There was a large audience  present, and as usual thejj chair-  essary loss of life on both sides  At Tobacco Plains.  The Queen's birthday was celebrated by a picnic given by the  school trustees to the children  of the public school. All kinds  of sports .were .indulged iu, not  only by the children but by the  parents. .All reports,are io lhe  effect that il was a day not soon  to ,be forgotten.  Respect   your   interests   iii  ''���'"'-.       , -       * ���     ���>  Soutli East  Kootenay by Voting- for Wm. Fernie.  Vote for Wm. Fernie.  Vote for Wm. Fernie.  Distinguished Visitor.  The Rt: Rev.:. Dr. Dart Lord  Bishop of Kootenay will arrive  in. Fort Steele today and be the  guest of the Rev. and Mrs. Pror  'cunier at the vicarage. He will  conduct the morning; service at  [���' St- John's Church on Sunday at  11 a,.in. and preach  the sermon  The Fernie Meeting'.  A meeting called in -the interests of Mr. Fernie was held in  Fernie on Monday evening last.  It was presided over by Mr.  Fernie.  The speakers were Messrs.  Smith, Fernie. Harvey and Ross.  The hall was crowded although  no notices of the meeting were  circulated until -1 o'clock.  Mr. Smith stated his case in a  clear and more forcible manner  (han ho has yet done in this campaign. Mr. Fernie spoke for  thirty minutes. He was logical  and evidently had his audience  with him. Mr. Kerr of Phoenix  added nothing lo what he said at  Fort Steele on Friday evening  of last week, and did not once  allude lo the Mackintosh letter,  ���nor did he speak from a text.  Mr.. Harvey captured the ������meeting* at,"once and. gave cogent  reasons Avhy Smith a,'nd Martin  should be defeated, he was frequently' in terrupted , wi th prolonged applause. The impression is gaining ground that  Fernie will roll up a big  major-;  Ouring the  service  he  will  ad- |ity for its home candidate.  His Nibs Fighting Joe.  To   all   well-wishers    of    the  Kootenay district, the  assurance  which is   every   day   becoming  more marked, that  utter defeat  awaits  the  plans  of   fhe   Hon.  Joseph Martin on the 9th of June  cannot fail to be most gratifying.  .   Everywhere now his insidious  and discreditable methods of operation   are   being    recognized,  and with the unmasking  of  thc  man,-   and   the exposure  of  his  mean ambitions, to serve  which  ho would not hesitate to ruin tho  country, those who, at the opening of thc campaign,   professed,  if not .friendship   for  his  cause,  af least admiration for his courage, now  only  express  disgust  af his callous effrontery.  The miners of' the Boundary  country are already pronouncing  in favor of Governor Mackintosh, and we expect any day lo  hear that the great majority of  the working miners in the Rossland camp are in opposition to  Fighting Joe and his lieutenant,  Mr. Smith Curtis. The more they  consider the matter tho more,  wc are certain, they will conclude that it is to their highest  interest that the present government should be defeated, and  that the' candidate of good- legislation in this riding sho.uld be  sent to the.-House of Assembly.  ���Rossland Miner.  S.mitli:C.urti.s said, last night  that he wbre unquestioningly  following the leadership of.Toe  Martin. What is that the good  book says about tlie blind lead;  ing the blind  and' both  eventu  ally  falling  into   the   sewer'/���  Grand Forks Gazette.'  Joe Martin has been telling the  voters of Vancouver island that  he is; the architect of his own  political fortunes. He may be,  but he'll fail-to get a building  permit on the 9th of June.���The  Pioneer.  Tn a speech at Victoria Minister of Finance. J. C. Brown said:  "And up in tho upper" country,  judging by the reports, he could  say tho mountains of Kootenay  were vocal with the name of  Martin." Has anybody heard  thc mountains groan��� lately?���  Trail Creek News.  If elected what inJIuence can  Mr. Smith wield at Victoria  Should he be in the Opposition  or if his chief is returned to  power he must support every  Goveniment measure so far a.s  carrying out tho radical legislation outlined by Mr. Martin.  If you wish capital to come  into the country vote for Fernie.  A.s a representative from the  constituency Mr. Fernie will  Have infinitely more influence  than his opponent. He knows  lhe needs of the district and will  see foil, lhat Easl Kootenay is  not overlooked in-the .appropriations for roads and frails.  A 7thin-skinned mail should  never enter   polities.      If  lie  is  afraid of criticism the best plan  is not to invite it.  A. man never knows what a  disreputable character lie is until fie enters politics.  Vote for Wm. Fernie?  man, Henry Kershaw, took advantage of the occasion to open  his mouth and advertise Thk  Phosimoctok. After boring the  audience for about fifteen min-  ���utes, he introduced the ' -'Silent  Candidale". who made a few remarks. ��� "'  -Mr. William Fernie was then  called upon, and who stated his  position-in the campaign in a  forcible- and 'logical manner.'  After speaking the ul lotted time  he was called down ' and Mr.'  Kershaw again arose, bored the  audience for five minutes more,  and'then introduced the orator  of the evening.  ��� Mr. Kerr  commenced' his   remarks by, referring to the chairman  as  the "Ministerial Chairman", which caused a ripple ,of  laughter   throughout   fhe   audience.    Mr.   Kerr said he would,  in'; deference  fo   tlie   chairman,  speak from a text,  and   Ihcn   he  sailed in and spoke lor  over  an  hour in defence'.of  .Toe   Martin,  aiid   attempted" to  impress  the  idea that he was a "white-robed  angel", a friend to the-,, laboring  man a foe  to' corporal ions."the  greatest   railway    builder''   the  Province has 'ever seen,   and  a  lot of other truck which "Eight-  Day ��� Joe"    and    "Gramaphone  Baxter" had already, 'regalefl   to  the Fort Steele people.    Ho wa.s  listened   to   with   attention  and  given a most respectful hearing.  , After   he' concluded   his   remarks   the   chairman   asked   if  anyone in   the  audience   wished  to  ask  any  questions   for' Mr.  Kerr to answer      In reply there  were loud, calls for  Mr.   J.   A.  Harvey, and they were continued  loud and strong until -Mr. 'Harvey ascended the platform and iu  a   short time in-proper language  demolished 'the  .situation    that  Mr. Kerr had so  carefully*  constructed, and   had  the audience  with   him.     Mr.   Smith    looked  anxious. Mr. Kerr moved uneasily in his seat, and Mr. Kershaw  appeared as if he was sifting on  needles.      They   consul:ed ��� together and finally  called   time,  saying that Mr. Harvey  had  already  "spoken   thirty   minutes,  while in fact he had only spoken  twenty minutes.     The chairman  tried lo speak but the  audience  did uot want to hear him.      Mr.  Harvey went on and finished his  remarks amid loud'and prolonged applause.  The chairman again arose and  irieel to speak, but the audience  was -Ag'in the Goverumenl"  and the chairman, and drowned  his voice in loud cries for W. li.  K'oss. The chairman fried fo  quell 'the tumult but without  avail. When there wa.s a lull lie  would open ni.s mouth to speak,  .when lie would be shut up. and  the demand .for Ross.'continued.  This, wa.s /kept up for fully lil'.-,  teen 'minutes'. By (Jiis time if.  was clearly f,o- be- seen that it  was a. Fernie meeting.: and, the  chairman so recognized if, "and  allowed Mr. Ross to be heard'  Mr. Ross gave the Government'  soi'ne hard knocks.     He sueri'-esl,  lhat Mi-. Kerr should make himself inoiv fully acquainted   with  Joe Martin's history  in  Manitoba.    He referred to Martin's con--  nection with the  "Yellow   Dog"  Grits in   Manitoba,   to   Martin's  exploits    in    British    Columbia  where ho was posing as  '-Eight-  Hour Joe".    He finished by say  ing that from now until June Otli  he would be known as   ��� -Eight-  Day Joe"',   after  that  his   name',  would be "Dennis".  Mr. Kerr again arose and made  an attempt to refute some of the  Opposition arguments which had  been presented. He wa.s called  flown by Mr. Harvev. aud finally  abandoned an unequal contest.  The chairman, seeming afraid  that ��� some other Opposition  speaker might come to the front  quickly commenced io sinir God ���  Save the Queen, and the'-audience  dispersed satisfied that it 'was  the best Fernie meeting yet held  in Fort Steele'.  'Notes of tlie Meeting-.  Mr.,Kerr is a pleasant gentleman but a novice in.politics. ���  The people of Fort' Steele are  tired of Henry Kershaw, who ,  gels above the duties of chairman to make a few remarks on  his own account.       "  Kershaw has done more injury  to the Smith -cause than any  othor man in the 0 district. He  says that he has had experience  as a chairman but does noi state  where.  "Aud the ass opened his mouth ,  and spake".' a,    .    '  We have heard Fighting Joe.'  Gramaplione Baxter, Whirlwind   ���  Kerr and Candidate Smith,   and  if is doubtful if they have  gained a single vote in this ��� constitu--  oucy. ��� ' .   ���   ���  > Messrs. Kerr and Smith, with  their friends wont tu K'iiuberloy  on Saturday night.  It had been reported that there-  was no one in this riding that  could answer the arguments of  Gramaphone Baxter or Whirlwind Kerr. ' These 'i-eutleiiien.  however, have,,,ascertained that  all of the debaters are not from  the coast.  Mr.   Kerr   is    from    Phoenix, .  His candidate will be so incinerated by June !>th, that there will  not be a possible chance for him  to rise' from his ashes.   ' ii  Vote for Win. Fernie.  Information Wanted.  Anyone who knows of the  whereabouts of John Alfred  William, Astor will confer a favor  by communicating R. L. T Galbraith. Fort Steele. When last"  heard from by his relatives in  England he was at Forest Lake.  Manitoba, this was on November i'7th. I.ssi4. "Letters were  addressed to him at Fort Steele.  Fighting-.Commenced In China. ���  Washington. Juneti.���The secretary oi the navy has received  the following cablegram from  Admiral Kempff. commanding  the Newark, lying at the Taku  forts at the mouth of IVi Uo  river, dated Taku. June .">:  ���'I'jiigageiiieni has commenced.  Have landed a force of ."m seamen more, battalion of marines.  , KEMPFF.''  The cipher message i.s not  legible and if is supposed af the  navy department that fhe admiral means that-lie lias  r>0 seamen.  London, .'Juno, (>.-��� The  correspondent. of tho  Chronicle, says': ���' ���" ���   \  The powers are now exchang-������'  ing   dispatches     regarding    the  appointment- of  a   single   com-  m'andcr  of  the united 'European  aiid American .squadrons.  landed  Berlin*  ' Daily.  & . \\  a  I THE TIK-SPF.CTni:.   )-'<>kv r-. i i-.im.p,,   n. v.. .,,. ^.. ... ...
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other aid's from*iiny person ;or body corporate
and.with all other/usual, necessary or incUlen-
till- rights.';, powers bi-VTii-ivileiics 'ns may be
iiece's'sary or incidcntiil to the attainment .if the
iibove objects or iiny.of thenii*7       7 VV
iJiited this 1st day of Miir'ch. iliil'O.' ...   „..
,'■'''•' .  ;   ilAUVl^Y &, MCCAUTI3K.7  ;    ,
;.'V '.';   Solicitors l'orth(!'A]ipl.icants
'within Uie ,liini ts aforesaid,, ami 'to,;, purchiiscV|
'or lease.Tby-aiiy term of ye|ir.s.iiriy teleplioiieor,!;;All ,;kiudsof; hail" AVOrk
'te'leBri)pii-'-'iijie;..^^ '""''    '
in BririshCblunibia-H^oiJnecied.'vor': to lie'eon^
riected,1'ijfith llie Vline; w'hicii.the Cpinpiinyvniiiy
construct,and to amaiifumate urithor.ieiiseV.its
lineor lines. ,okiiny -portion br'pbrtlons thereof.!
loan.ycouipaiiy pbssessirig: as.prbprieibrV'irriy
linefyifytclephpne or telegraph cbmmuiiication
conneciiiife'.'or: ■toVbeVcoriiiecled.wittf the said
Cbiiipa!iy-s(jlitie or lines, aiiil.io librrow,money-
for the purposes' of/tlie C'ompi'b.v, andtciple'dKfc;;
or mortgage any of the Cpmininy's; iissets for
that purpose, and, lb reecive?bbriiises. bi'^privilege's from, any person .or body, cpipbrate; iind
.w.itli iill .'other iisual. necessary or inciilentat
rights, powers..or privileges iis7niii.v.lie.iiece.sr
sary priiicidciitiil to thCiittairinientof tlie above
objects, bi' any, of them.'     ','.'.": 7 v ;       .;',
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VV Ay'• '.:';'„; DACY7& KAMii/rdx. ;'"a v .,*■■•
7'V" ,;   Solicitors for the Applicants;
Trade Marks
v. Anyone nondlnjf a Rkctch anddeacrintlon mnj'.. •'
..quickly uscertain our.opinlpn freo whether au^'**
:: invention 1h probnhly pntcntable.: Conmiuriicn- :
I Iomh ntrictly confldGiitial. IlAiidbook on Patent*. -
sent free. Oldcnt nuoncy for securiujr patents.
. .*,.:*. I'ntents.takoii tlirouKh Muuu 3c Co. recelv#rv
Eji«/nl notice,-without chHT^e, in the: yy ,,,-,   -v  :v-
Scientific Jlmericaiil
A handsomely.lllnatriited weekly Altiirttest cir--
IculRtioii of any ncienttflc journal. XTcrniB, $3 ».','■;
yy&nr; four motitha, »L  Sold by all newsdealer*, v
MUNN^Co.^'B"'^ New York/
..-,;, Branch Office. (B5 F St., Wnshlngton, J). C. .•.-'.■.'{
v a-specialty//'
Ball Bearings iii a7 Sewing Bla- ~  ;
cliine..7, The weatest'woiiian can ' „:
tKeVELDREDGE.B. -withoutVVv
hariu'tp herself, or;,eveii-getting    r
tired.'.' It's, just fun for a -well. A'-'-
■wonlan to run it.*  Itis noiseless ; y
has self-tlifeadiug shuttle|'auto- "A
ttiatic bobbin,winder; cotnjslete7 , :
set: of attachments..'■ ' A"perfect.: ' ';'.
ruachine.at'a lowprica. VWa>-'' Al
ranted fdr.flve years.    JCo other,
asVgood'.atva.tiy-ivllere near,.l.the   ■
price.* Insist.puhaving, "CIdredge
B. .There is an Agent fdir. it iii*..'-,
your town. '   '-,.'■' 'A-'l
\,   MAXCl-ACTt7REr>; BV Till-:; V* *
NATIonal sewing Machin-e Co.,
The second largest'.SewiiiK Machine Vactoiy I"*
CUT OT? PART OP STAND OF THE 'I16 w?rkl >"": ? opacity of seven htiudrcl and
FLDK7EDGE B -^ sixty-four machines per day; lat.eKldredRe Jlf^,
E.'"A..-SIjiTP.IVr,.. Agent'.' .l-'<>i-!7 Steele, B.C:
;   •  200-212 First Ave. North,-Minneapolis, Minn.
STWritc for Our CircuJnr and See tho Prices We Pay.'",v,3
-.'-.,. ; ■", v ■' -v 7 NOTICE. '., .; : ■*.. , ';,::*'
■',. ', Tnhc notieuLtliiit' I. hiivo7 nnHlo-iipplii'iitioii
to.the.Ilonoriililp 'I'lie.poinni'issin'iiij'r of I'Linuls
si'ntl \Vorks for ii spoci'nl licciis;. to cut liiulier
pii;the'Ci'P»-n Ciuuls jii'i-ufnsifiui-'iiioi-i! piirtii'ii-
liirly (lusi'.ribL-ilMfniiiu nciir' 101U 'Kivu'r' nlioiit
two hiilos norlli' of Fornio in'-'lhd'Disirk-t of
Kiist Kootoiiiiyy C'oinnioiu'in^ in :i jiost^ mild
north from the N.VVV.'corner ot l'.otwwr:- ihuniie'
wfcsl■ •* ii mile: tln'.nou som.li ..uno liiiii' ;i niili;:
l.hdnce. west I 'i' inilcs:. .Tliui'ii-o sotitii 'it, nt ri
milo: tiioiico oust l:,.i' miles: ilionco north 1 *-,
miles, to, place'.of".hc-uinnlnK.:' CoiitnininV I.ihiii
'iicres more or less. ,
V, Feriiio. H.'C. .Miirch iit!i.,l!«HI..       V" ...      .
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BIG      ChllEF,    , LITTLE     CHIEF;    EUREKA.
V; v-iy,.'; I MINERAL, CLAIMSA : y y'" *''
...■• Sitimled in the. I-'ort Steele jl'inlnw Division
of South East ICooloiiay District.;' *";; ;• ' ' .
,,Where,] oca toil: I, iiiii Chief, oil IhieU'lehe.rr.y
Hill ad.ioiniii'^Uu.' lion.lia. Mineral.Cilniiiiv;'■;,,
'"■ ■'.. I.iitle Chief, i.uljoinii'i^.'tli^ tlenoya. 'Mineral
Claim. ViVv :*yVy'*'.';'-. *7*.,V ■'.- **"',y;VvV ':A'.i-.A.
.-, KiireUavoii 1 jiieUlcberry. 1-lijj a'foi\*ai(l.. '
Vtlencva.   iiiljoiniin.' ,lhe     Kureka..',' ^iineral
Claihi.v  "v. y ----.  '. y v*vy\.y;-V; 7.*■■■■ .  -:-
.\lcltun |.''i-:ici,ioiia1 -ailjoinin!.' fin-, Kiirolca
Miiutrai.Cliiiin. .;'. '77v,'.. ,7' .'''.'
;; »;T,il;c notice l.hin l.'William K'cifloriiilr. K'Oss
acliii!,' iis'iijiuiil ror lliV llaklings ilritisli Co'liuii-
bi;"-* lOxpiorafion ..Syndicate. Limited.' Tree
Miner'.-* Certilk'ii.te Xo. ii 'l il'.i-S., inleiid.
sixty'days from the date,hereof, to apply to tiie
aiiniiijt Iteciirrter for a Ciirlilicate of .Juipriive-
iiioiifs.. ror the- purpuse -of obtaininsr ai.h'owii
Clranl I'or i.-ayli of the above (.ia.inis.
■And furtlicr liiUe inn ice. that action, under
section IIT. niiisflie coiiiniencccl before the issuance of suuh Cerfllleale.oi' luiprovenienls.
Ilaied lliis i;th.day of l-'e.bruiir.v.-l!il«l.'
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.«oi*|i'n:in!i!    of  (lie • i-esio-jintinn
.('.'hiii-kis Kstnii.-i-(i:--alli.'l*iiisiiie.ss
iioclion with',I lit*. 'KinilK.'i'U'y townsite;
on uric! iifto.i- l-V.ln-.iiiii-y .I(it.li,,.I!)(l(»: inu.~i.
Iif! done l.lii-ouyli.. ilu. ollii-c ol'  l.tu.:   Foi-t
l^ofl,  Sl(.M2
General Blacksmith:
l)ivvcl(i|iin.'-iil, SynJIii'itti.' ul   I-'od
.N'. A. VVAI,LI.\'(';KI.;. Niitiiayei'.
.-.in tli.,-1 'itrliii oi;'I in rick..') iiii Id i i'i o-
Fos?.t "■ Steele'
Agents:—CanadiariSv' won't, s lie 7-''hoofl-'
s;;;7 winked.' VVOppositidny books, 'coiiv-
Vy 7 pletely, snowed nndei-.'; Our' ln'sim-
77.. -iiiofcli' "Two-'Yoliiine/wbi'lc','.6n:.;'.B6ei'-
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y **.'   tiieii-vpatb:'' Seii'dyour iiddressHiid-
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ti ik 'i.iNSCO'r'r ,pu'i.ir;isHiNp. company
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Ag-eiits:-r-'-'1\Vai* iii South,Africa."-Tivo'
■ yolunie's.    Fi^l,contains  coinplete
■'; * hiytofyor (.'Oitiitfy •i-iid'. win; fo' date:
:  tells til.ioiit, otli- vcpntiiiVente'. jrivinj^.-
y tiiimes* of olHcei'Sitnd men.  ''Second
7. volnnie to bc'puljlisheii, wIk;h   war
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,'itlie.ii*'■brd'ci*, lot*: .-'Aiuei-iuan   books
, .when 'sgeiiio- ,<im-.s-   off;'ii'.]it.isi,lci-,'
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published   ik'iw. .astliiVwiti- is oii.ly
• (•OiiinieiH'cd., ; Manc'lle our, iwo-vul-
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to   (hite-.   thus* you •fed commission.'
1 .Second volume published when*wai'
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t'iik i.in'si.'ott ri.'n'usiiiNc' comi'v.vn'v'
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Agents:-  The iasi. year of the„ century
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b;ifiles, e-l-cat iiien", ^i-e'al. iiu'eiifions
and dis(-ovei-ies. pnits'i-ess of nation's.
Full account of- the   Dreyfus  tcial,,
hteiory of South Africa l.o date, wa'r-
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of  tin;  century.     'ISijj-   hook-,    well
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. V'aneon vi.-iv THE  I'l'usi'K'  T< R, FORT STRFAAA. M.  j i'\i; 'i i (��)  *ai.jrj.,xtt.1-xm. ��j  MU���llll  I   i  r^0;p��cka\  V  1 ,  SATURDAY   .Ii'NK !).  llllll).  Political JTotes.  Mr. Smith's friends aro lryiii<r  \,o elect  their cuudidiiio  by   eir-  cul:ilin<j- lyiii"; reports broadcas.1  over the' ridintr.  ���ducal" ti)��> '.'.nicr.-s, tlial .Im  M;ii*1 iii, lOijilil-lionr Joe. is 1b'  he.il jireinier in Canada. -\fU*i  -Messrs. Harvey. I?o.is aiHi Cos  tii^au <col through witli Messrs.  Baxter and Kerr, il appeared  that his name was "JSiyhl-Dny  Joe and he would gel hi.s necd-  infjs today.  ns ir���r,p.,i-i::i:���n   i���o!     hhn   to    { \j      {.||(j     L?tJUUU!tf      Ui  i   /IdliltTir     f   .��� t  t       liii.r       /iiiii* ���olv.i-1   '  *.�� -*nf jt_acr* ja��arj-j  Mr. Fernie is growing in popularity every day, and upon election day the electors oi' South  Rast Kootenay will tcive hitn a  handsome majority over Costi-  iran and Smith.  , Costigan i.s a man of promises.  He has promised the Steele people that if elected ho would -be  pleased to identify himself to  t.Jicir interests. A.s "tho matter  stands, it is Cranbrook, Iirst. hist  :in<d always.  ft i.s,hi.uli-water for J'oe Alar-  tin at present, though the tide  is slowly ebbing; on today the  tide is out and so is Joe Martin.  ^Politics are red' hot, in South  Jilast Kootenay. At Cranbrook  Costigan called Baxter, who  represents E.  C.   Smith,  a liar.  E. C. Smith has a -new gramaphone. The first one he had  became rattled at Cranbrook.  The new one, a Mr. Kerr of  Phounix, run into a Fort Steele  cyclone on Friday.  Kootenay i/ii. lint-r  only,   where  it became a qiu'stioM   of  di��-up.  lie induced tlie conductorlo telegraph to Winnipeg for transportation to   Fernie  and   return   to  the Landing.      The answer from  the greedy corporation,  promptly forwarded while Joe   wa.s  en-  route,  to  Fernie,   was,    ''Yes",  ft, is doubtful if he   would   have  visited  East Kootenay if transportation   had   not   been   forthcoming.  DiiMerf!  wm of East Kootena  EiectorarDistncii:  'I    JMI'lli.\ 1  MIM  u  Mui-iu//  i!i:m:<  Gk.n  i'i.kmi-.n:  ���E. G. Smith impresses his audience as a man who has passed  into the winter of life. His appearance on the platform invokes some sympathy, but not  enough to effect, the electors in  their way of voting.  Mr. Kerr who is doing the  talking for tho "Silent Candidate, is a gentleman, who. when  off the platform, is all right. He  says that Fort Steele is the most  beautiful 'townsite in East or  Wesl Kootenay, aud that Fort  Steele is to be congratulated on  its orators.  ra the LiauoE uw in force  Go      Straight. -Comply     With     the  The manner in which   Messrs.  Harvey and-Koss floored Messrs.  Kershaw. Kerr and Smith on  , Friday last, is the talk of tlie  district.  Mr. J. A. Ha'ryey put a most,  beautiful seal'-brown finish' to  Kerr's speech on Friday night,  and when he, finished and look-  Ins seat, the whole audience rose  in a solid body and gave three  cheers.  According to the testimony of  Messrs. Smith, Baxter and"Korrj  all that is'needed for their chain-'  pion, Joe Martin, is wings.  Martin has proved himself m  Manitoba and' British Columbia  '1o be im unscrupulous politician  who bus no regard for the truth.  After Billy Ross concluded  his speech on Friday night it  looked as if it was a Pretoria  celebration. Eight-Day Joe-will  be buried today.  The political meeting on Friday evening was a walkover * for  lhe Opposition.  Defeat Joe Martin and his representative in this district, and  tho itag of peace, contentment  mid''prosperity will be floating  nil over South East Kootenay.  Henry Kerihaw, chairman-,of  ���the Smith-Martin meetings', im-  , presses the people ,as a maiVwho  lias something at stake, as a man  who was looking for the best of  it. His senile, effeminate appearance on the platform is such  2L.s to cause the-electors to say,  ������"that like master, like man, he's  K. Ci.  It looks as if E. 0. Smith was  afraid to meet his opponents on  the platform. No notices ol his  meetings are given out, until il  is too late for the Opposition to  bring their guns into action.  ;Of Costigan is not elected ho  will , doubtlessly damn every  elector in the riding thai did not  ���vote for him, also The Prospector.  The "Silent -Candidate" don't  want any Opposition talk at his  meetings. ���  - Many people who attended the  Graphp-Amliphonc' exhibition on  Tuesday "evening last were much  disappointed; they though that  Baxter had come back.  Politics I'or the past month has  been   the  all  absorbing  theme.  People whd   have  been   expressing Iheinlelves on the issues of  the day have run down,  and  lo  day are repealing  the old-time  political chestnut of '"I  told you  so".     The  wise-acres  have "demonstrated their ability to run a  campaign.     Tho defeated candidates are putting up till   manner  of excuses as lo why they- were  not   elected,   and   dn'niiiing Tin*  .Pitowi'KOTOR, which will always  be  an   important   factor   iu   the  interest of South East. Kootenay.  Kerr, the oralorial wliirlwind.  in speaking of the chairman of  the Smith meeting on Friday  last, said:���"That ministerial  fellow is the d���desl ass I ever  saw." Other people in Fort  Steele quite agree with Mr.  Kerr.'  Between Harvey, ,Ross and  Costigan,, the Smith -speakers  are having a moukey and parrot  time in this constituency.  Kerr went to Fernie on Monday, and hi the same coach wore  Messrs. Harvey and Ross.  Though favored with an early  suiison it look's as if the work of  prospectors and miners will  have to be carried on without  the assistance of the Government 'towards road and trail  Inn Id ing.  A provincial government iu a  ���country containing, not, exceed  200,000 people, is taking a large  burden upon its shoulders when  it proposes, to build several  ���hundred miles of railwav.  The . Moyie Leader tolls its  readers tliat Mr. Costigan"s election is assured. Air. Smith.must  have made a thorough canvas.of  the district to arrive at that conclusion.  .\ir. Costigau's organ, tlie  Moyie Leader, actually believes  their man will be elected.  The candidature of J. R. Costigan has never been taken seriously by the electors of this riding. Al'ter tomorrow he can return to his law practice a sadder  if not a wiser man.  The chairman of the Smith  meeting on Eriday evening of  .last week, had a voice that  would raise the envy of a crow,  he succeeded in making a royal  purple jackass of himself. Such  people ought to be kicked out of  a- political meeting, let. alone  preside, as they annoy and disgust the  intelligent  voter.  Mr. Costigan objects to being  called a Conservative, and denies that in thi.s campaign he is  out as a straight Conservative.  Tin-Pkospis-jtok has taken the  gout Ionian's statement and made  tlie correction. What more does  lie want.  vF.   S.   Baxter'of , Vancouver  and "a Mr. Kerr of Phoenix, have  The Winnipeg Voice calls the  present election in British Columbia a struggle between capital  and labor.' Tho editor must be in  close touch with tho issues which  are dividing the people in this  campaign. So far as we can  learn it is a fight between Mar7  tin and. those opposed to him.  Joe Martin Kicked.  Joe Martin objects  to  paying  been in South East Kootenay to | railway   fare.     When  he   made  Straight. -Comply     With  Law.-- -Safe- Guard Your  Interests.  The Liquor License Act of  IbOO having been disallowed by  the, Dominion ,Government" Joe  Martin says there is now no law  in force in ., British Columbia regulating the sale of into .vica-ting-liquors, except in the  extra municipal territories.  The office of the Attorney-  General' is responsible for this  bald assertion.  To our mind -'The Act Respecting Liquor Licenses'' in  British Columbia is in' force today just as** much as il was  in force1 on the clay it became a law.  Joe Martin   in   his  official  capacity in Manitoba'has had bills  disallowed     many     times,    and  there is no one in British Columbia that is more'fully acquainted  with the,British North American  Act than Joe Martin...    In drawing our conclusions we are of the  opinion that Joe'Martin   is  trying  to  mix   up' these   matters,  making possibly  some  political  capital'is his favor, throwing all  business connected with the Act  in utter confusion,   in lhe end.  Causing all' troubles,   confusion  and responsibility  to  rest with  the incoming house. <  We again say that there is no  responsible lawyer in the 'Province and particularly in the Fort,  Steele district,  that,   after  hav-  ( - ,  ing carfuilv read section f>(5, and  section.- 90,, of our law* for the  .British North American Act, is  the law of British Columbia.that  can ' truthfully say. thai the  liquor law of fS9i) is not now in  force. Yes! and Joe Martin  knows1 full well that the. law is  in force.  We are in receipt of communications almost every day regarding thi.s matter. ' seeking information as how to .proceed, saying shall wc close' onv business  or keep on, if so are we liable lo  prosecution, and if so under what  slalute.  We think the better procedure  will be for all parties interested,  to make application 'for  licenses  and renewals   in  just  the  same  manner,as in. 1S99.      Send  your  fees to the finance   minster,   get  your  receipt for   monies   sent,  notify the chief inspector for the  district, in other words,  comply  .with the existing'law.   then  go  ahead and do  business,   placing  full responsibility just  where  it  belongs���upon the Government.  �� Why Jf>e Martin has not   notified .the  commissioners  of  this  district thai. ,the   law   is  not  in  force, we don't understand.     A.  B.   Grace,   commissioner,    upon  the   disallowance    being    made  know,    immediately    wired   the  Attorney-General   for    information, stating that   a   meeting  of  the commissioners would beheld  in a few days.' In reply the statutes relating lo the  Liquor  Law)  of 1399 were sent lo him, and he  was told lo proceed under those  statutes.   .No contrary information having been received by him  as    license    commissioner,    one  would suppose that the Attorney  General is  of  the  opinion   that  llie law is in force.  In conclusion our advice lo  those engaged in retailing intoxicating liquor, is. that they comply with the liquor law of |H!)f),  pay all lees connected widi. the  same, make the. proper application its the law provides. Then,  if-the'Jaw-Ms in force, you aro  safeguarded to a certain extent,  and if there is no law you -.can  demand, ret urn of your .money,  for this Government does not  want anything that does not in  justice belong-to them.  At-the request of many electors in tin's riding; I offer myself a.s a candidate to represent the riding in the next Provincial Legislature and if elected will do all in mv power to further the best interests of the Province a.s a whole, and of this  riding in particular.  The platform upon which I am seeking your suffrage is  a.s, follows:  1 I am opposed to the present Government and in favor of  the formation, irrespective of  Federal party lines, of a strong,  capable Provincial Government  which will regain the confidence  of the public and give encouragement to' the investment of  capital and at the,, same time  safeguard tho interests of labor.  - The liberal expenditure of  money throughout the whole  Province on roads, bridges,  trails and other works necessary  for its proper development.  7> Restrictive s legislation lo  keep out undesirable alien labor  and the advocacy of every constitutional means' to, effect thi.s  purpose.  4 Government aid to railways  in the Province where needed  for development purposes.  5 Amendments to the Mineral  Act.  0 While supporting the Eight  hour law. I would favor , any  modifications or amendments  that would -tend to lessen-the  friction between capital 'and  labor without impairing the  principal involved.^  7 Amendments to the Liquor  License Act, simplifying the  workingof the Act and' regulating the number of licenses.  8 Increased County-Court facilities in this district.  9 A' Redistribution, Bill giving increased representation lo  districts that are rapidly increasing in'population.  n  10 No interference with the  location of the present Government buildings until the district  is iurther developed and a  change warranted hy thc necessities of public business,  11 Necessary steps to be taken to put the Labor Conciliation  and,Arbitration Act in force in  the event of disputes between  capital and labor.  12 Every constitutional means  ,to 'prevent the employment of  Mongolian labor, on subsidised  works'in the Province.    '  ft i.s my intention to meet tho  electors of the district prior to  the day of election and more  fully explain my views  NOTICE.  MIS Nil-, M , .rid Tli}]-.!: ���  ' i.iai'- -nu.iti- in :!ii- I'ort Sii-i-1'  Division ut K.i-,t 'Civiti'u.iv 7>:-uici  Wln-rc loi,unit- -On ilu-T).u-v ' r< (-K .Muuii-  i.nri ii.-ai T.i.'aIs m-.-k  'Pake notice ih.it I. Taos T McVuin-. F  M- ' ��� -"������" ' I"5!'! aisL-m lor .loin. K.  Hmnj.liiuy-, i\ JI. C N'g - lainii". intend. MXty  il.it ^ from lhe d.m- lii.-n.-of. to apply to lhe Mili-  iii;: Hn'orrtyi foi u Cerciiic-aic of Improvements,  im-tlii pui-poM.-rifobtjiniuWa Crown Gr.uu of  the abovf; eliiini*.. '      (  And fiirtlier t��il;e notice ilu I action   under  ���.������clionffT inu<,i be commenced In fo.-e Ihe i-.su-  .mce of ^uch Certilicate- of Irnprot eaicinv  Dated tlii-, Rth .lav of May. 1M11)  ���     THOS. T. McVl'ITIK.  l!i-  NOTICE.  1'c'ter Anler-ion and David lficlcci- hereby  Km- notice that tliey will apply for it special  tlmlii-i-lii-t-iiM! to rut ilmlji-r on ih<; following  desivili-'d liiniN: I'oiriiifiiciiif.' at a po-,1 planted on the north bunk of His- Sand C'reelt. near Che  niouiU of a .-small civi*!; and about eljjht mile*  fiom the railway, thenci- noiili 40 cbuiiin,  ihuut-t- west. Nl chain-,, tlfence north 10 eliains.  thenci! west I1V1 chains. Lhencu south ilu chain*  more or less to the bank of the said Hi*; Sand  fieel;. tlienee following the said bank down-  si team to the point of commencement.  Dated nt Kinpire I till Jlay, Iduu.  1'KTKK ANDERSON".  DAVID   KIC'IvEK  foi:' okvi-uipkd  MINING, PROPERTIES  IN  EAST'KOOTENAI B.C.  WKirB  TO  Chas.   Esimerc,  .    Mining and Stock Broker.'  Kimberley,' B. G.  William  Fernie  Pernio. April Kith, HKJO."  Gus. Itfeidig  Contractor   %&   Builder  All kinds uf I'iinoy Styn ;mcl IJou.-��.-  l-'iiintinj;. (i'lilciiiiiiiino ;tiid ��� I'tiper  IhingiiiH a sjiccinlty.  t  FURNITURE    REPAIRING ��  All Work Strictly First Class.  KIMBERLEY  The  Biggest Silver-lead Camp In the World  AN D  IT, IS ONLY URCilNNrNC  200,000 TONS OF ORE IN SIGHT  Within   Three   IVIiles  200 Mining* Claims.  Within   Four   IVIiles  Shipments of Ore/  Already Commenced.  Now is the time  TO   BUY   LOTS  Prom   $125   to   $400  An advance in price will be made soon  Apply;:to/;'  /       N. A. WALUNGERr:  Fort Steele, B. C.  m31 r Tmm���"-���*������'"  THE fTiOSi^EOTOR. FORT. STEREE, B. C, AlASF 0,ilOOdi  t.Yxt'+imzz.-v-.u i.tjvvctj  ������.=:" .-:rt-:r- if -��� W* '  '������ " i-;sTAHi.i��ii'i--.i'.- 'l-wi. *���   ���    ':  "'���,   75. 'E5. <3r-eie:e,.  ;.'���'*        ' ..;   .       V' ' O   ���....'     '       V  iM'"B|.ISHI':i;  'AKiV   ICDITOU.,,.  THE PROSPECTOR, is pnhli.slii.-d  every-.Saturday,- nnd has; a ^n;ir;iiiic-c-cl  circulation turgor than any other paper  in Kast Kootenay. ft is .-ill home Printed  and contains JouMe, tlie ncivs'df a'n.v  other pa'p9r Intliy Jistrict' '*��� ;''���'���'-,., ������;���.  .',.,.    As .111   advertising'  mvdi'-.tii   it   i-iun-  'excelled. -' ���.-.<���:��� i,. " -v'',',    '���'    "������" ��� '.-���'���  ' Devotctt to'tin- i:t>i>���:: 1 <ii11ir��� o 1 I*'ort SkA-V.   '.fit-  vJeyelopmJMit of,.:.in* vast uiiiicr-.il r,escuiiT,<.'.si of  'the.East'.Kociteii'ay^riiniiis district,.:  Subscripiioiis.  .A.. i I Si'. 00. per your  " Ad'verUsiiiir rates uViuloknown cm applk-atloii-  tJontriljutit'iiis.iire'-solic'itcil fi-orci ai) parts of .tlio:  'iistriet, tin*.'sli maiiyi'iiU(.-nJt.d Ior ';iul)li&tiki'ii  , dust lia.ri-.'tl,:i..' -yriU'i'-s si^iiajurc. ,' -   AliA  Of    'lis,    followers     Sfl.ys: -'.sow  thai ','.-'��� hay.1, s::!'>l��i-,':!'.7oiirse.lv!'S  lo* ]ji,op(-r1/li/zin(',ss' y'i�� will, pro-'  coed at-once to public business.  Wo iiiitsf proceed l!!(.Mii:li' iti the  usual way. then 'fore all laws wo  made yi-'rit'erdivyr- wo. .will repeal.  This'is'Jlhe po'lieykd' .Joe Martin.  .,'. The Vancouver.; crorrespond-  ent of the ������ Toronto World says:  "The. Martin committee have  .yot lots of money and; are spending-..it as freely as-printers' ink'-,  audinsinuatos that; tlieNortberu  Pacilic and Great,/Northern vraip  way 'companies ;are pi,ittin��;7 up'  the dpi'i.kh.. ��� ���. .Vs* ���.'���''-.'���'������ "Aid  JLIir case Air. MartinJs.'.tloifealed  ft  ?A5  .*t>. ..ji..  ���"f" i .*-*  Headauarters' ���. for '-. .IMEinin &-<-. .arid ��� -, G.bmnier'pial ��� ItfEext  gt3;;  A.r.  fe-fi--'  '���     A<  '���' *.! ,-.'  THfn   PiSPPr?' l��.-!ti'f.i-on Jl'.yat 'rtn-:i!V-..-i-.'.*U.U;y  iiilO yh\   L.n tisinyawiu-y of oAla-Niiiirit'-i-    , -.* -7  : Jt Co. .'Sn iii,-']���;.-, ;--;v-i N'ai'i.imii Banl*.   Huil.ihii', !* h<l-V(  ' Spbltiiuo. "v\*u^U.,' 'v.'lit?t7--','L'0!ii.j,ai-:'^,yan:,ly*'inari,  for i.i.', vv7:7 '; A: ���:. 77 -:y     ������'������.;���....������'���  bliilyll':.,}?,  peopfe  d  elected,:-what  This  Yi  ;per ^  .\.;i*  .'iii,  : A  ,. -.yi  ii'.y- 'a  A ii vi-l  '  1  ;. -c.  < '���i'.r..  A^(.-:;V.v  ������*'��� j  ��� aa'd   ry.  ?  olia  1U*S .  Mxoir.i:  L'.  Y.l.--;  r riimvi*;  *o.  ,;.-:'ufor;.on  . .'���>'  Is.M-  v Y.n  itral-ts  !o  v;ul-  vwrf.J.su/  A'kA  il I...' lijii-*.!'  ' V*  I'-li*  Y  ..,.,. .- ..  i OI*T  !t.6 look: forward 'Ao.-aill  I taiii lli'V die! ri(''t-.,.'.wi'1l ���.';"  ��tee k  i,s7.eer;  Tb'i<5    Pan'fiP*'1*''1 !;i* ���'���' ''- ;:i'; -if.* tiny.\: "'Mo.  yi nib<   i; apyr Khn,*i7t.;fv ;..Xi-u-=.piiue:--.:Ai!-  * vctlsiiiy :,...V(.'i;!'.''-.v.    Ml it: iVi.'ii I;'.... v.*l).:',-.-  0f'(:tc:u-l-  ;*for(iuvc,'i-t.r.s-jri-.-.''.-i:'ii.f|C:'!i:vi',: f,y���;.;*....*��� -.���"*;���.* *V   .  vT'nisv''i>ii'\e;?',;  ^toi-'i, ,Sp^k;uii'v iVyAi-A  l^fo.-.yM-ninetit.- ;.y *'- iA'y  ��� A IS'ha 'p.iv(,*l.ii.*'i..i.'d-hy*: "��i.-  V'liMyitian  n   east  ..bny-.i'..-  ���' ���';��� w  AvrAA'cAyA tiivinUire, ' iiu't- 7-i  ���;:Jui.*'"'- MyrdAiAAildeR'trJed, -Ivvs't  '..'���K7io;e-uii'*i.w'Rl 'ri-'^o-e-i'V'e iiMi-di'iiKire  l uu'il-.'AlhAi Ahiiai' \<AA. 'Iii.therip htferi  ��� priAA io th*.'! *.d i.i.i rk'L ,* 7.Voters wi It  rb*j:.:r liiisji't" ill ir.td. y '. -Ai-"Y.-i. *' ,;.  ;��� ,'��� 'Hi AAa d tr.s i,r ed, *. to V'h a y e';"_ I hoi)  '.^^iw^������-i-^.! tn Jn��7raJ    wealrh'.;,-oJ77t.he  disi'rict, 1  'iiS^MeW^  ASr^iAAAA,AkyA;AA.AiAil,-,A vqie7fo^;Stiii'rh.7vTf-cm : tl-ie :con  M$$ M^PW^ffi&Xs.  adrvniAAiAYA ivxk ;<v im>..  ..,     . ..������-&i!'v.'Stee'le'::d*ist-ri'et**v: are.    .        ,    .   . , .  V7'*; eiipeediiainitutfevvr^  .-C-'-prbii.eets^hich^^  Aydm^^^  V::f:aipn*:hdTC7exifeti:iis7  7*;7^y'6j%-3liinbt7rnvestvih^  V7V;73blumbia^  ;ft^atisfie-dv|th^ -o ....:.,:,..:,���..,  7*V7'V'-vvHich;;i:s^gi;veii;;W  "���VV^-s-'accprdedvffien^  ;V^V f 1-b'm*lhie-:*l?rpyin^  7'7:777tinte-bf the'pa^ag  ���*!yf >:���'Hp'ur*L.a\f  S7cvth'e^;'::mifl'e^  vlv^er&am^  yVV:^roubleVaHou|*;7l^  ^v^cEve^afrervtlieyiaw^  ivy*ytliere..^a��;nb;|)bjectionVina^   .���th.eVyi'nite^b'w^ "AddAYYAAAAAAAAA^  -  ���'        . .: Henryjlversliaw na������' seiipn&iy  ���iu-jureclfi:Sm i til's y.oh^tfce6.'V;v;But  tl-iiqiri'' a'Vf elipw;<ywii 1* tpceasio rially  gpt' it! iiiytherlieb^'y'Vny.'.i't.liev-diovise  of7iriehds.''?'"7;-'7 ���'".AlAllAA''VVy.V-^VV  VV,:th^y,::;pnJy:V;tlioiight.:'7that^^  ;v-v7vlioul^:7VhtiA*^V:V'^  : * i'iiy wWe hV th a t,i; .ad i ckl; \ 1 eg i slii t ip ii-;. al*  vvVlfed^  i.yyic ��� fp   -   -  ���    a>   -...���.-���    '.,.-'-.    ���--;.,    ���   y   <���  7y77the:,PrPv;,ih,ee, inV-svhjcli^theyywere  V. *^in tei;estecl^'cam e' ��� HJ^^This^hp^r;:  'vy.-^ef,7'i sv; an ci en't-jh i stpryjV'they;law  j|7yis"niere*7*^  A ���; pai'ti OS. j in <i)S\y'r i. i i te rested^ 'h a, v*i ng,  -*-v*accept;ed7the-siluatioii. 7i-Sttli.ca.pi-y  "���������������;... .-..-.-;. .'-,-- -.- '-I.-,-;--'-.,--.'-*.-;....    y-v .,���'������-'������-������������. ���-...���>������ *  fVytalVis-Viip't, safeVv AMr.;j;iMitrtin;.prp:;.  ; 7'.poses to7 build:;a ��� vaili'oac^Vfrom/  yy?rhe:����b;is't.Viiiid;:? willV bbrrP^Vthe;  )<���"���eiio.riripiiis'V'siyiiV; -,*pi';::^:rp,CKXi,0(XT  .yy.wit,li7which ��tOydo; ijvvshouldyhe  7 -be i:etiii-ited.;t()*pbwe).v-and be sue:*  ; Vveessrul V;7 :iii7 ciirrying, 'piili'vhis;  v:V;]>rbniisos. -'.yltv will "re.(j.uire" '.thb  ^.ainouiil <')1':7^4()0.'()()(). per "iniiniiii.  ,;;:: tov meet  tl'ie/viiileres.t.unlil A. the'  i *i*(>.--i;d.-';is7epni]',)Jeted,'Vand- thi'simust  A be i-aised'by taxatipn,arid ;when  ri eoinploited "it';as') dpdbtfu 1 Aifl the  V V.r<ja'clfwi'ii pay th'bllxed '������ cliarges/  V:.*.and therailAvayVinstead'ol; being  A 7 a,beiieli t,:-*Avill, be "a .drag  on 7 the  ���.:��� ;';peo]Vle.':7 .'This. 7is; why.'capiial^re-i.  fuse's l:p eiarip  int07 British'! Co-,  'A ]'i;indriavvi.t7will7uot'enter;.,'ai-.coun-"  ';' '���tr^^whbre'itisV to  be* taxed ;otit  7 .of business;:,6 7'7'-7 7 ,*.*.'":.:, -y'���>".: yyi  'Ai 7 7lii:addition to this*the Prbyince  ,  , cannot guiii'anteethe payiilent of'  '���'���   the, v iut,e.r,est:7 on    the, .arnpunt  ..'���borrowed.'    having 7 absoHitely  '"'���"'.upt'liing  wliicl.^ .financiers would  regard as goodisfle^myyand'the  ..v'giviixg'oyhtnd 'to.railway *cor-:  "'. porav-ions is against iM i-i Marti'iVs  ;'platforni,. and, the'Province   has  ��������� :np l-even.ui'   i-x-iepl 'what "comes ;  ������.T!ie'(i,ues-'i  ' whatv.a're !  ��� So far   he I  has , not ��������� '.uiad'e- -it Vdj*ar- how the I  ''.money.'.: is.j.o b(57,i:ai>i'(i.'  how tiie. sni.i*r<v^r is tu i>  ��� has  froin.direVt i:;ix;Mion.;  lion Vnaitirally   jtiise;  ���Mr. Mai-tii'is7plans?  Vv.VV'vyVTiie** Silent; Caiic"idate7:^  |THe|;y'SiIen t JVGaitdidatev  ���.'lie.ver.'lbs.tiimV^  !v(3rtise,y'THfe,::yE  ���feayiiig7:itvis/a:ybrea:dvandvbutter  butiiti'.yynicl;:the"7,y&  ever liike iiito.cpnsideratibnythat  all 7busine'sisv;isvycbi)d^cted 7wi.th-  tiie saaVe idea. TQid candidate  Smith,ever think:what, a newspaper ;does for ai ';toAyii iand the  immense amount of space it de-'  votes ttvshbwing : up its advan-1  tages and boostiiig the resources  of the, tributary territory; -for  whichVit 'does, not receive one  dbllar!;ancl:that a town��� Avitlioiit  a newspaper is last in' the race  for'supremacy. ,;- 'y'^AAAAy,  'All is only \vhbti .a*:., newspaper,  ���trieacls'.on sPmctone's -corns that  thevviGtimVwrithes,.'':'���'. *'...'.-'��� . V '...'.'���:������  7, Candidate uStriith.y. has: ;been  treated wi th great,'; consideration  ���by THK:PKOSiM':cTOL'.V:V;He,7was  ' not awftre, 'of V the*, many -things  .that.could have* been'said to,' .his  political damage: . which'; ont: of  feelings' of, warni personal .rey  gard. .were left unsaid. 7.��Ie is,  comiug'outVof the campaign but  little tarnished by his advocacy  of t..hb.'"i)plitical principles of Joe  Martin. lie has not', forfeited  the esteeni'.'qf his fellow t.Pwns-  ���mei.1. .'^he jieop-le were- iiot opposed, l.o* the fnan but -to1"the ruin  or rule -policy ofhis chief:.  ���',��� 1s a large andTAttractiye Hotd' of Quiet Elegance ;ih! all  7 J.,;-    its7 Appointments, 7\vith a Gusine pfSu]]eripr,   '     ,  ���AA.-..Y . .7 "V:;���,*'., ''.,', ,,'*"*:   Excellence.    Add'.-.. V'V 'Ai.'.      , Vv  V  '^A-'-lAAAAlAddAyYAA-;dYlArdAAY:: a'-'aAAAaa'AA "   " "   f SEASONABLE (300DS7  fti-dy.yy.,1 "-7.7'v.   ,'   ���    'A  . .        * .. Y    ,.-:*,:-."..  4it.  -ry  ifc ���:-   V  -'if ., -' .���������'��� ���-:.:. '���    r"C>   V .' b-A  m---A^'^r  vr-:  .*$'".    ���    "    ,     ��� '-'-'a-A' : ~  For House Cleaning Time.f  ;77EBGE   AND;:COMMODIOUS .SAMPLE- ROOMS   -POB  GOMMERCIAL rMEN.7 '.*.V: 17  ydi^dddii ,.'"'),. A: y IA   ;..-"*;7.,',;.,.:;, V.,,7  ��� . y. Something- to TDige-st  .,,'-lf iiii yi in pi oi:)abl'! .-.-ii'icii  pe'ir aud  \!  :y  lOSi'-jH'r-     :l-lHl  !lti'!l I 11   SeiMi'r   u!::*   VOl'''>*.''  ,.'t!i>.l LMiibiaiu- a.7'*:r   !H>'  ���  '  illy S.M'h Oj'-'.f '-n'"''- Ai:  v.A  ,Ih7 *abi". ' ! oy'.-:;.i.'.',.' ;  .. .some 1 hiiig '"or" I l.'i  " for' ).)>;   thai  'tiuiii  <_-.; >i 1 ti'i'"��'-'' <*���!    *si*Vi*  dpilarsi.'Ui-i-oiigb h;s wvrii.Vs <-a  '(I'UIUI-IIS. . ��� ill ..   Ml-yrr-A       ,.|(i'!.;li(-,:  Two's Victoria Crosses.  or- ey��;n i    -Nineteen.years ago JVord. 1-ipb-  Tiwi'!.     ' 'oris reeeivfH'l the ilianlcs -of both  71-joDses   of   Parliament   for ��� his  1 'mil-v-h. I'l-iini (7abnl 'to. [vandahiir.  .''  ''J'aP",'-i He ,'::-:'l'ii<.*'t>'!iy man');iyin:;- en:ill-,.  ��� ever ; .-.if y ."wi.;::i* ,7\.'i. Y'icio'rkt- '.'rosses.  ���Iritis'h.! TJiv. yy;ii  in-. .wiiar.s -on   Iiis   'left  ������a!v o,n i bj*i''.-i.-ii'.. bui  1 ntyyvi-! iss  i-arned   by  iis ;���.ij.11   li'e. ":s   no't   <ii.ily   allou'cd  in: '-(ji'iiaiii iidcd lo' w'l'Yr   (inlli ('���  yji puv'ily-  -idiy    ���   F.vytl'  I* '  li-'ivi.''.   do'i.,1  '���roviiicc"--'-  '.V'ii'i'   jilt '. ('  '    I Ik i'li.*-,a nd  V: r;< j'-is ":] :i  Everything New. First Class and up to date  In Every-Particular.  HEADQUARTERS -For Travellers and Mining Men.  jj&i-..���'���������:.  Vlr ������������������'     y  ���J? ChloriclP Lime  ft  ijt  ��.lr  ���-���'�����*-,  Tt?-''  ifc  ft'  ".��V.  Carbolic.: Acid .  V   '  ' ���    ���', '' ."    ',. **-'';'' 7   i; 7  ���> ' 'Beel Bug:Poison*  Boracic Acid'  Carbolic1 Powder 7 > y     "���������'.  :  -Sulpliur Toi'ches*' 7  ���7'.'���*,��� v.Borax.'' . Al. "i " d A'a.,--....  : 'D 'A'   Spon'ges;';ind Chamois*  ft'  m  -#���  Elfectro f- Si 1 icon ( and, Sii vet::  Windows"aikl"Silverware. 7 v  Soap foi1 Gleaning  ip-  i{fe"Co'pperas, for Disinfecting, etc., etek   ;''  Pioneer Drug Hail  **T*-  ft  ft  PORT    .:������'������-  ���'::' -s'i\rrre  ���ftd  smAA  '���"%&'������;:'  AiteAi  -�����.��-  ���"4tei''---',;  -��.���.��-, .-���  ������^��>---'-  i��jfc:   ii  -���-.*������ ,   '  m-  m- *:  Wa  *&*,*.-  -*���."-.  ft'"'  ���>y'0:  RESTAURANT   OPENv DAY -'AND  'NIGHT.  T��y.'   * ."���'.���'���      ...   v-.-y   . *   ���. :!������..'' '-���-"���'  ���fti'Aiil     AyA-ld-.    i   dAA'/A    v. ;������'��������� ,, ,���..,;,* Ai,: A  ft A. W.-'liLEA-SDJiLL, ��<'^apnuirioo,ii^c.���rpi  ���*'A'*- 1   ������       '     " ' I1 -.''���!-'.'' '.'*,'  ,'*.*-1"     .''���-, -.,.-. -V    '  "     l   ��� ���    .      '     .  A      ��� ,      ",'    ���  .   A      '  ite      ��� .-���-,:    '.-:*'    '   -: -,''.���..    "' *'������ .���   ,,:���**,,.  ftftftftftft.mft^^r.^tr,rr^  Ma  ���sfe-  --�����.'*  ��Ot.!f  -*tfi"*  CONTRACTORS  di'coraii'.d.  horse  News-Ad,-.  -ri i'-'':.i\  A.Ad::^AlA/li&riAiAA  A A   1^:$T3\*M��  |ll ���!!)!��� i,-;..\i ....'. .1  h(,nit;\.->: 'i'bwlyiic  All    Kinds   of  .'Brick*'  and   Stone   Work  and .LIME  Km- Sale  'I'EAS'HCKlXf;   r-h-timp'ily Done.  A   , '��� ��� ;     FERNIE,. B.C.     OLD TOWN-,  SPLENDID ACCOiVlMOUATIONS.. '��� .',-���".' ''������    . .-._'���'..'.'  -.','.-���       Sample Rooms for Commercial Meii      , '  .'���''.:,,'������.'       ' No Traveller Should Pass the Door  The.'trail, runs within Km I'eet of.I he; house. ��� (V'ood.'  I:��ar'u a,nd plenty ol liayand ^raiii. IFy'.pii pat.roiii/.c Ihu .  VValdoi-l'yo'n will ik;V(.*,i' l'c^-i'(!l it., i:' ,1  IL   'A'J' J<!A.N��>USE," -    '   -    .Proprietor).  / TUE PROSPECTOK,,FORT STEELE, R c, .HJXE il  1900.  Y  Wxc i?tv��p-ejctotr+  SATURDAY. .JU.N'lj; il.  l'.llill.  jv"Miie, Harvey and Ross, who  turned the afi'air into a genuine  Pernio meeting, and tis such it'  whs a most successful one.  The Friend of Labor,  .lohn Houston has always been  considered a strong;, friend of  labor. The Martin Government  are running Dr. Hall to defeat  him.  Robert Green fought in the interests of labor.      Smith-Curtis  spent ;i week* endeavoring lo get,  a candidate that, would   cut   into  , his vote, and at hist succeeded.  Walpl'i Smith is surely a friend  of labor, yet he ha* an uncompromising j'oejn the .Marl'ii ynv-  eminent.  Thus. I'Virster ha.-, always! '-or,  ;i chiimpion   of'the   labor  inter-  PRETORIA HAS FALLEN.  [The Wm.  (Limited.)  TORONTO.  .-J.CiAlii.JL CO Jll       '  f  Manufacturing  s..^Q.  Welcome Jfe^vs.    Comjilete  Triumph  of British Arms.  London.   June   r..--The   war I HANDSOME BLACK  DRESS GOODS.  office   has   issued   the  following " * -   - ���  fJ-I.M IT'.Jj.  dispatch from Lord Koberls:  ."Pretoria. June 7>.���We are  now in possession of Pretoria.  The official entry will be made  this afiernoon al ll! o'clock.  .Six Miles. Spruft,- b a. in.���  June -I.- -AVe started this morning at daybreak and ninrched  about ten miles lo Ki.\' .Miles  .Soruit.   both    hunks    of    which  Wi-im em- .Mid] Order IX-piii-owm for Samples, ami laku your pk-lc  fi-oin tin* in.i-l, attractive a-xirtiriciH, (if Black IM*-^ Goods e\ er assembled t��i-  tictlici'. II you would rather sivu [inn* hy iilru-ini; a definite oi-dr-i- without w.-iit-  iu^ I'or *..'iii)pl(."-. yon can leave tlio -oloc-lioii to ns and ft-cl sure of netting perfect  -utNliictioii.  w.'i'i'   ucci-,i  1-leTi'rv's and  by  Ro,  ������   enemy,  mounted   i;:-  Imported IJhu-lr llrc-n Sititl-    ]ilaii) oi-  tancy-  i-'ivncli fabrics. 42 to -,'.j inches u ide at 'Ah-.. 7."jc. S.lc.  and U.'ii) per .\ai-d.  Address Mail Order Department.  Knjli.sh  and  . -M.00.   'l.l'.j  w.  ft  ests,   I 'UL  Joe   .Martin  special  brand  oj   abuse  ajfan'try. with the AVest  Somerset,  ins 11). rset. 'I ledford :u:.l '-'usse-'v" coui-  panies of VoomuiH'y. ouickly di.-s-  ceii]).-.  for   !  special.ben- tit.  The labor nn-n   ol  Vancouver  who know Joseph   Maili'n,   have  been forced in their  own  interests     to    rvui    two   candidates selves  against the .Martin candidates.  Joe Martin says: ''Death to  the Chinese". Joe Martin's can-1 in~ position  didatc in Richmond i.s Duncan iof lllB ,K,val a,,d ro-vul ��i--LiJlury.  Rowan, a cannery owner, u-)i0 j which had purpo-.ely been plac-  employ.-, Chinese and believes iii|0ct hi the front, part of the col-  Chinese labor. Joe' Martin's I um�� was. Iiui-ried lo the assisi-  .candidate in East Kootenay js jance of the mounted infantry as  C. J.' Burnett, another believer llasL as  in Chinese labor, *  lodged tiiem from llie soulh  bank* and pin sued them nearly a  mile., when they found 'them-  under heavy fire from  guns which the Boers had placed in a well concealed, command-  r l ,       i  Our  heavy  guns  to  MURRAY    3,    CO.  K:;M.   Id to  IH c-iIihiiiI.*  Imiij;   st i-i*.  LIMITED,  J'oronto.  -.111 -el  1"!]  Peterborough,       Ontario,  ���2i��22��i��!:5*j  H.  W. DREW,  Proprietor.'  Fon. stseie.  nWh.�����lesa.l&  ;iiid  <Cp \*. 'i'jL Ii J-  IS ��\ 73   ���Joe Martin says: "Let us'fighl  the Ottawa government and the  Imperial government on the  Chinese question,"' and at the  same time defeat home legislation that would prevent the employment of Chinese in the  mines.���Greenwood Miner.  The Univex-sal Language.  There shall be no tongue  but  the English tongue, and the nations of the earfh'shall speak it.  This could almost be~cast into a  'prophecy  that  would  stand  an  excellent   ^chance     of     coming-  true.    There is reason lo believe  lhe English language, with  certain modifications  is  to  become  universal.     At the beginning of  the century those' vsho"' spoke  it  did not  exceed 'fifteen   millions".  Eighty   years  ago   the  number  had   increased   thirty   millions.  No fewer than 120,000,000 are  now English -speaking.    Twelve  years   ago  Mr.   Gladstone  predicted that by   the  close  of  the  oxen   and   mules   could  travel over the great rolling hill  surrounding Pretoria.   The giius  were supported   by  Stevenson's  brigade of Pole CarewVs division  and  after  a  few  rounds  drove  the enemy from their ' positions.  The   Boers  then   attempted,  to  turn our left Hank, in which they  were again foiled by the mounted infantry and yeomanry., sup-  "ported by Maxwell's  brigade  of,  Tucker's division.   As. however,  they still kept pressing over our  left   rear.   1   sent   word., lo Tan  Hamilton,   who  was   advancing  three-miles to our left to incline  towards us and, fill , up   the   gap  between the two columns.    This  finally checked the enemy,   who  were driven back  towards   Pretoria'.    T hoped we   would   have  been able to follow them up..but  the days are very  short  in   this  part   of   the   world,   and , after  nearly two hours inarching  and  fighting, we had to  bivouac  on  the  ground  gained  during   fhe  day.-    The  Guards   brigade    is  quite near the  southermost  fori  by which. Pretoria  is  defended,  T. 6. Armstrong  F'OKT  S'l'RHLK.'B   C.  MANUFACTURER   OF  r '  Tinware. Galvanized Iron, Sheet  Iron,   Stove  Pipes  a��hd   '  Copperware  BUILDINGS HEATED mid VENTILATED  Plumbing,  Pipe  fitting  and  all  kinds of sanitary work  ftir Tight-Hot Blast Stoves  Hydraulic   and . Air   Pipes   for  Mines  SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID' TO  JOB W'Oltk*..  fc*.   F>.   COOK.  jivery,   Feed   and   Sale' Stable.  Port Steele. ,B. C.  TKAMIXG OI* ALL KINDS SOLICITED.  ' w^ a   m a .** I  All 'Kinds   of   Poultry   aiul , Game  y-  In  Season  MILLINERY  Just  Received  Crnnhroolc  Fernie  i   Eort  Afoyie   ���>'  Mecle '  Weird j ior.  A large  con  signment of Latest Styles.  . MRS. DILSE, Proprietor.  coming century more than  800,  000;OW people will   use  English | iliicl less than four miles from the  for their common needs.  Contemporary Opinion.  One of the strongest objections  'to the return of Mr. .Martin to  power is that he i.s so absorbed  in paying his personal debts of  revenge that he forgets his duly  as a representative of the  people.���Rossland Miner.  What I-5riIish Co 1 umbia ' wants  above all else i.s a stable minini'-  law. one that cannot be warped  and twisted into a contradictory  mass of legal lore at the' ex-  .pense ol experimentalists.' The  law should be carefully revised  by competent, men, all auibigu-  ifies and contradictions eliminated, and the main essential*  left, plainly worded and decisive  iii lone. Prospectors as well as  rjapilnl demands it.���Slocan  Drill.  Sure to Win.  -It   is   now,   known    positively  lhat Wm. Pernio will be the rep  resent alive  from   this   riding  al  the next sitting of" the   Legislature on July alh.   Cost iiiii ii can'I  be elected here or in any part  of  the      riding,    save    Cranbrook,,  Smith won't be able to gel a, ma  jority tit a single voting place in  the district.      The   Government  treasury will   receive' a .deposit  of ��200  on' June , 9,   and   either  Costigan  or1 Smith   w.ill .donate  ���the money.     ���' ���   ��� ��� A  town French, with the third  and fourth cavalry brigades and  Hutton's New South Wales  mounted rifles, is north of Pretoria. Broadwood's brigade is  between French's and Hamilton's  coluinus, and the Gordon's is  watching the right Jlank of the  main force not far Jrotn the rail;  way bridge at Irene station,  which was destroyad by the  enemy. Our casualties. L hope,  are few.  Lord Roberts' Promise.  London, June 5.���Al 2 o'clock  this afternoon, almost eight  months after the declaration 'o'f  war,' Lord Roberts entered Pretoria,. While fhe commander-  in-chief of f'he ��� greatest ariny  Creal Britain over put in the  field was fulfilling lhe promise  he made to the Guards in Mlooin-  I'ontein, to lead I hem into lhe  capital of   Ilu*   Transvaal.   Eng-  Provincial Elections Act.  Notice is hereby jnvon that/William  Fernie nominated a*.'1 a candidate to  repre.^ent Sonth-ea.st. Kootenay ' FAau-  toral l}i*--ti-ict. has appointed .1. A.  Harvey of Fori Steele his Financial  Ajjent.  tiiomas i-:ni-:.  ftotiirniii'r Ollieer.    ���  KEEPS   CONSTANTLY   ON    HAND  Fresh Bread and Cakes  .'    Fresh Fruits every day  Fresh Vegetables  Fresh Eggs  v - *  ., Fresh Milk and'Butler  Mansfield .&  Cottere!  Provincial Elections Act.  Notice it. hereby jfLvon   that   I'd win  ('.   Smith  nominated a:- a candidate to  represent South-east ICooteuay Kleolor-  al   District K actim,*- a* his  own J-'inan  ciid Ajjcnr.  .     THOMAS  I'UK,  T?uturiiint! O/licer.  Provincial Elections Act.  Notice i-- liereby given that John J!.  C'cistiiian nominated as a candidate to  represent .Soiith-ca-.li Kootenay Kleetor-  al District has appointed Sidney l'Yod-  (ii'ick Morlcy, ltarristcr-at-law. o! ('nut  brook hi*. P'in.mcial Ayeni. v  THOMAS  KDK.  Heturninu  Ofli<'or.  A, Thousand Tongues.  Could   not   exjiress    the' rapture   or  Annie K. SpriiiKer. or U2."> Floward ft.,  Pliiladelphia. iJa.. when she round that,  Dr.   fCinii'h  Xew   Discovery    ror   Consumption had'completely cured her of a  hacking eouyh that for many years had  made  life  a   burden.    All   other  remedies and   doctors  could   uivu   her   no  help. Imt sliu-j.tys of tin- Ilo,\.il Cure   -  ���'il, soon removed the |iaiii'in my   clie>l  and J can now'sloep soundly, something  I can scarcely remeniher doiny   liol'ore.  I Teel like soundini> it* jn-aises throughout the linivci'se."    So will   ovary   one  who tries   Dr.   Kiii��\   Xew   DiM;ovei-\  ior any trouble oi the Throat. Chest, or  l^un��s.     Trial   bottles   Irce   al,   A. W.  Dleasdell's   Drun   Store:    avuvy   bottle  fiuaranteed.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Tolxicco.s  Cigars and Cigarettes. The Leading Kesp f in town for ;.i  quiet game of cards.      ,'      v      -,      ,'���   c  We keep.a full line oi"'imported aiid domestic ciiiai's'  among  which  are   '-our  own  specials" and the famous  "General .Arthur Cigars." ' ' '' '  Our Chewing and Smoking tobacco is Always,Fresh  l c   -  * ' ���  _I1~" Have'you fried ''Piper Hiedsiclc" chewing, the'pride of" (he  Yanlcee's or ���'Wills Na'vy Cut" the best smoke'in H. C.  We Carry a Complete Line of Pipes including  ' ���     -    R B B^ancl BAM.  "What's in a Name.  rriiei-(*. was ii,..red:hot political  .'meeting-'in Fori. Steele pn Friday  .evening: it was called in the .interest.-of Ed wilt , C. Smith - the  jVIaii'tin ciuididate. , The , feature of .the meeting'' was the*  roasting-ofyVlartin iiiul' hi.s candidate, by the opposition. Mes.-rs  land   was celehrating   the  event  with wild enthusiasm.  Throughout  ihe   length   aud   hrradlh   of  the country the news spread like  wild lire?    Based on the recollection  of  recont,   European   war.-,,  when    fhe.    occupation    of    lhe  enemy's capital signified the end  of hostilities, Lord Roberts' lele-  Ig-rani was fakon to moan a  finish  of., the ,war,'-' which'.. has   tried.  Great Britain's military  resources as,they were never tried before: ''     y' '      :   ',. '*,   ' '.'   * V  Costigan, it i.s said, actually  believes he'.will be elected. ��� .'Bets  are freely offered* that lie will  noi, sn.ve his, deposit with no  lakers.     *     *   V ,,.,,,.       ,7  L. COHN  T AI LOR  AND  LML'OllTBIi OF  FINE WOOLLENS  l-Joc.lcy .Vlounlain Avenue  Fort Steele, B. G.  Editor's Awful Plight.  I*'. .M. lliuniii!,. J'ldilor Seneca. (111.-,..)  N'cw.s. uas alllicted for year- wii.li Tiles  lhat no doctor or remedy helped until  lie tried i Sucklcn's A rnic.-i Salve. lie  writes Iwo lioxe.s wholly cured liini.  I tV the surest I'ile. cui-e on earlli a.nd  the best salve in the world. Cure  iiiiai-.-inleed. .Sold by A. \V. llli-asdcll,  Urujinisl.  . IK YOU  VVAXT-.V COOll JIKAI.  Go to the ,  MONTE   CARLO   RESTAURANT  On Riverside.Avenue  William Robinson, Proprietor  mhals'at   alt,  nouns.  strict!  Our Billiard and Pool Parlor     1  Look us over and sec what wo can do for von  i  fori and pleasure i.s our aim.  our   co:n-  Of  HIGHWARDEN    &.    SON.  PIONEER  BARBER SHOP  I'lverything Rl rid ly Firs!   Class.  Xr.rt door tn Ihi- Prosju'clor.  Fort Steele, B. C.  I'-.-sS'S.'SK&^iKS^  K       CUHE fiLL YOUR PfllPlS WITIi       ;��  <fe��il u, li. 8 .   Sl \ H K j- fey  s.  \m'  g��B*  Vote for Wm. Fer  me.  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  Tlie Mar.liii ('.-i.ndidal.es in'  Ivoiilenity are accrising every  Liheral who ojij'ioses. t.heiit of hc-  ing- bought-, hut never inaio.' any  specific dt-nial of tlio I'acl ' lhat,  Martin, or his committee ,,-u-e  pi.tl ting up ti. *i_'i>o deposit*-so as  to oniibjf* I,heiii to ma Ice a sl'iow*-'  ing- l.luiil .Marti'n has a candidate  in the field. ���  A Modicino Ghost In Itself.  Simpio, Safo ia.id QuIsii.Curs for  iS  ildfiasyips, Diai>RKOEfl( coughs, i  ft .-���       CCi-DS, RHEbfflflTJSM,  |      ; HEURA1.6IA.  i|      25 and GQ cent Bottles.  j*j BE*.VARIi OK IMITATIONS.  ty ' V   UUV ONLY THE GENUINE.Hi  H     ' PESRY DAVIS' )'&  AMu^m^^^sM^mm^m-miii&^ilm i  I  SK  is*  ��;  iS  8i  McBride  snelt :i Heavy Hardware  Stoves, Granite ware, ���  ,*'. .TiioLw^e'A'A'i  '���.���'; Powder, -Fuse  *^o  C  "in  ,- l-'.'iiii-Kill'M-.rui'.-.- all mii-i.s .of .,-���k  l;i-iii!-ns. Iiiu-iim iiinii strain^,. 'I'akci.i in-  l.cri.i.'ill.v il I'liiv.-i iliari-1'iin.'ii .-ini! .Ivs.'mi-  t.i-ry. ..'���. vni'd .siib.-.|.ii ntc>,' I (;.������.���,.-'���'i,! |,ui  on-* !'.-liii-lvill.'i'-. I'crrv' Dii.vi-;' -'.u-  ai'il'.'i'.ii-.  *.-     ' '-..'���.       *    ' '    ��� 7    '  Paints and  :���   Slieet metal work of '.all'kinds  ,���',..'..... i       '    ��� '      ,     '      V ' (        >-. ��� .     ���> '  promptly execiitecL   " TJIK FKOSPKCTOll,'FOKTSTKKLE, \5. C1., -I I'N'E 0, lU'-'O  i-^h"--1-* jlJ���  ^-w���-,  ">  ie  or  *<  >%  ���  Of thc  Sonih  East   Ilootenny   Elei>   i!;<j Provinct  101 a 1 Rid: ii l'.  irrespective of 1<>-  c--.iI or politieal prejudice.  7. The e.\idii.sion of Federal  party lines, from I'.ritish Columbia jiolitics until the impossibil-  iiy of stable government upon  Mich a basis ha* been clearly de-  monsiraied io both Federal par-  lios.  m      .    ri . ,    -u-1,-1,- t   ,-        f-    '''he    encouragement    and  Mart tii Government.  While I e*-   ��� r  . .    -, ., .     -,     k.    development of farming,   dairv-  pecl 'o have the opporuinitv be- < l , . , ,.    .  r       .i    <ui     <���  r ,.,,   r f a-,. ,.-- ' n1-- stock-raising and irmt grow-  fore-the'.Ith of June  of  discuss-      -    . . *" ,   ,.      .  ., ,- ���    i   "-4     .- 'ing, in the agricultural districts  mg the political   situation   upon |     ^'      .       . ^  the public platform and of clear |of l,,pl)Wlncc'  lv defining my portion'upon   all'     ()     Th(i   establishment    of    a  questions of importance  arising j1*"1���1"   o1"   Labor 'and   Mining  in this campaign,   it   U  perhap.-, ! Statistics, under the control of it  but'right that I should lake *hjs' ���mpetout official exercising the  function* of an arbitrator in  the*  GlONTLKMIO-N -  I am a candidate for vour .suffrage :.l the approaching elec-  1 ;-on of a representai i ve for South  Fai-A KooH'iiay iu the Provincial  Legislature, and 1 make mv appeal for your support a-, a candidate in opposition to the present  rewiiig    Co.  FORT STEELE,  B.  C.  MANUFACTURER'S     and      RKFWEKS , OF    EXTRA-   FINE  . HANSON. I  3     >  General iVler-cHant  Liquor Dealer*.  AND  earlier opportunity of announcing my platform upon the more  prominent cpiotiems of the hour.  Therefore I Will Advocate:  1. The active development of  all the natural resources of the  province, not merely in propor  lion to actual annual revenue,  but, if necessary, by. pledging  the credit   of  Province   to   that  BEER  %  PORTER  SOLD    BY    THE    BARRK1.,    KI-.G' OR    BOTTLED  settlement of issues and disputes  endangering the peace, progress}  and commercial interests of the j  community: thus avoiding, a>. i  far as possible, the delay, annoy- j  anceandexpen.se ot protracted!  litigation.        __ |  I'l     ("!renter expedition in  the]  issue    of    Grown    grants,    and ,  Bottled hper for family use a specialty  OUTSIDE OKDKKK GIVEN STKLUT ft<. PROMPT ATTENTION  ~ Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber,       A large assort- ^3  ~ tnenl of seasoned Lumber and Shingles always,, 5g  -��� on hand. ^S  ��= DIMENSION      LUMBER      A     SPECIALTY.  .��� :=��  |      WflSfl, ���;���    B G. |  end.and not   bv   increa>ing   the  prompi departmental-seirlemenl r ,,tpiA,.   ,���,    ���    ,_   , _,,no.,.^  burdetrof taxation,   a.  ,nggesl- ' of disputed claims. ,    , SA flSt ACj 1 ION   GUARANTEED  ed by Mr. Martin. < \     11.    The (Exclusion of   MongO-���  ' '2.    A government   -y^tem   of'!iau labor from competition with :  exploration  of  the    natural ��� resources of the Province1   with' a  -\ iewoof a.-certaui'ng their' local  it v and extent, and the  publication of lull periodical reports or'  such    exploration,    with    maps  'showing trail, railway and water''  routes, for the   inroraiatiou  and '  P. O.  BOX 812  TELEPHONE   NO. I  DON'T    FORGET  The Steele House  white labor within the Province j  by till constitutional means: re-;  member ing always that wc are )  part of a great empire whose j  sovereign is entitled to our loyal ���'  sunport in   the  mightv" ta.sk  oi '���  - ���- < 'i  tha: empire's government. i  * , <    i  li'. The disirict'oi So.uth East!  g-uidance of prospector*, and thejivooleiuiy -being essentially aj  public generally. ��� : milling district,   the  eight hour!  \i.    Agenerous  policy  o:  en-  law is naturally a subject of vital j  couragement   and  'assistance  to, importance to us.     1 have given  railw.-iy construction ihroughoutj this question  a   great   deal   of  the  Province  by   cash   .subsidy. jcareful and conscientiousconsid-  surronnded bv such careful  leg-! oration, and 1 am convinced tliat  Sick & Mutz, Prop's.  CARLIN  & DURICK  islation as will   effectually  safeguard the interests of the people.  Tli" lieces,-sity,i'or railway de.veb  upmeut throughout the Province  ' is apparent to all;  but under the  present   condition.-, 'and   limited  , revenue'of  the .Province   I  decline' to commit .myself to a   pol-  \i;y���  o{   piriviiiciiil   government  construction', operation and ownership of railways.     I shall have  more to say upon this important  question   from   the   public, plal-  '.lonn.. ,' ,i  -I. The establishment and  muiuUliiKuicv ol* a technical  School of mine's.  7i.�� Amendineiit of the mining  aels: particularly wilh reference  'to the inspection of mines and  ���their greater salely. aud with  relerciice lo assessment work*.  (���.l-iini-.jiimping.ote. :md the ob-  ' via lion as far as possible, of the  necessity of litigation in connection therewith.  ii. Thc government of Itrilish  Columbia'by and lor the people  ol* liriiish Columbia: and the  fair, impartial ��nii honoi'able  administration of the public  works,and oilier public affairs of  justice and the beat interests of  the country demands that with  ���this law it. must ,be a case of  ������HANDS OFF**. If elected I  shall strenuously oppose any .attempt to interfere with' the law  as it now stands (except, 'perhaps, lo exempt from its operation a prospector personally doing assessment work on his own  claims.) until such lime Vis' mine-  owners and' mine-workers unite  in a formal appeal to' the lcgis;  lature by a resolution of their  respective associations, for a  change in the law. If such united appeal bo not made, then, so  far as my vote and inlluonce can  prevent it- no change will be  made.  1.1* honored with the confidence  of the electors of South Easl  Kootenay on the !>lh of .lime  next. I shall faithfully endeavor  to discharge my duties as representative ot the district: honestly and impartially, and -unbiased by local prejudices, or political'or sectional affiliations,  and beg to remain. "    ,  Your obedient,servant,  .101-IN R COSTIGAN.  Cranbi-ook. 13. C. 1:2thMay 1000.  GENERAL  Fort   ,  Steele,  A ' f    ,  First   Class   Brands   of  Liquors   and   Cigars.       Headquarters-    ior    .Mining  J Men. :,     Commodious  Sample   RoSms.        Best   Cuisine   in   the  West.       Modern    Conveniences. ,   ���  Home   Comforts! ���   v  Tv-f-y '-"���s.-jr  MERCHANTS  Eest  Kootenay.  D. McNeish  Sole Agents for the  Gani.onSi.66i  Proprietor,  ruTrmnjTTLrij'injxryTr%ruv%ru%jTm  COMPANY  dATI'ltDA V. .ll'XK '.)    l'KK...  post  Wng-es of Western Miners.  Miners deserve and  generally  i eceivc fair wau*-*s   m   the   wesi-  eru mining states, lint the -wages  are uol unilorm   ijy   any   means  The cost of  living,   ni   rent   and  of fuel vary   iii   pi;;<vs.   but   the  work* is aboul all fhe same, haul  dangerous   and    confining.       In  California, where (1it   the   cniidi  ti(jn.s.     climate.      iheapin-ss    of  breadslutis   and   r>-nt   favor   th"*  underground   workeii.-,; ' they re-,  ceive ��i\ aO.-for   lo* hours'* work. |b,u "  In'Nevada   they .are.   pa id   S^.Oo  for. I0;'hours" work..-    In   Colora-  do'&J.f)<> 1.6'^.!.00   for .toil   hours  -work*.;. " In''.Lead*,'ille.* vvliic.li has  an altiti.ide-'.oVin:i'o". feety $'���''..'X1  'are ]ia,id where lhe. workings aro  wet, for teri hours,."  In Utah''-miners, recei ve . ���fi'.-.'iO  for eight' hours work. It .i.s. understood 'by both the employers  and employees that, lhe eight-  iio.i.ir law,'is dot a'c.c<.-.pt;i!>lr--in '���'-���'���  pied long enough. They drift  around saloons tind acquire the  habiiof drinking more thiiu is  good for them. It is also held  that the ambitious miner who  wants lo increase .their pay by  increasing their hours of labor  go to other slates where lhe conditions for making more money  by days labor better suits them.  In Montana miners* wages are  about the same in every mining  locality. Underground miners  recei\e iheir ^I.TiO per shift,  i  wlnie a number of others, working in less laborious and less ex  ed situation, take a litlleless  the whole t.  -minor carries, the  wage scale' among al  ie  Mo.nUuia  blue . ribbon  I the stales,  |.and tlie'state has fhe best*miners  'in lhe .entire' west.      As 'a  ljufjs  ���Ihe'y   aro    sober,    reliable    and.  thrifty.     Those who have families support them  in good   shape  and 'educate their children at, the  public so hoof's without, incurring  This Steel is guaranteed to be equal fo' Jessop's- or Firths in all  Hard Rock Work.   , .    -     ' , ���.        '   '    -  Sole Agents  Sole   Agkxts  crow's Nest Goal c��pany  Giant Powder company.  theB.'C. ASSAY a CHEMICAL  &���' ) Mt'' SUPPLY'CO., Ltd!  ..  7;.i:i PENDER STREET.  Vancouver,    B.    C     ft  We are Manufacturers and direct Importers, and carry a  large slock oi' 13alanc.es,' F.imiaoes. Fire Clay Goods, Scientific  and Practical Books, Glassware, Platinum Goods. "Acids,  Chemicals, and all other Assaycrs' and Minors* requirements.  SOLE AGENTS for Morgan Crucible Company, Battersea, Becker's Sons' Balances, Braiin's Gasoline Furnace's, Etc.  Catalogue and'full particulars on application.  dTxCitni LHHraKnjiHjTHriHnro  !<S9S9*9S9S9S9S9S9S9S9S9S9S9S9 SAS9S9S^S9S9S9��9S9S9SS^  Mining Supplies a Specialt}-  W  s  GREAT  Northern  Railway.  E  A  S  TllK  SUliVKVOK'S  CHAIN   ilAIJH  Tl< A NSCONTI NKXTA I.  IT  TIIH  SlIOItT!  uoirrno  1ST  '     ft, i.-. the most, niock'rii in i'(|iii|imciit: it. is tlio lioaviost, railed  line:  it, has a rock-lialliisl. roadhcil: it, orohsiOh no -.and deserts-: it. was   built  without a land  grsmt. or ��ovcrnniuii1  aid: it, i-. noted for eourtosy of its-  cnijilovi^: it  ^ 1.1 iu only line -erving iia'aK on tlio a hi carle plan.  TTlHOUCll  Till-'. eJKANOKST SC'KN F.HY   IN AM lil'lCA  l!V   DAVLICIH'.  For t'OU'I' S'l'KKLK and tho KAST KOfVI'KNAV MINKS. Weolcl.v,  Stufri!   from   K'ali->1)<:11.    Sleainlioat, eoinniiiiK.'at.ion*. from .Juiiniii".*.  during Siiiiunor.    C,iiiii*U-<!*jt  anil llehi   ronto lo all  piii'l*- of tin.'  United  Stillo*.   Kaxtorn Canada and  Kurope.  GOSMOPOLlTflN HOTEL  CRANBROOK, B. C.  i  ES.   SIYIALiLi,   -   Proprietor.  'Phe  only   modern   and   Iii-ft  cJu*.^ hotel  in South ICu&t, Kootenay.  Iloated t.lii'Diijihnul, w.illi hot air. t  When you visit Cranbrook don't forget the Cosmopolitan.  I  I  i  !  ;  rUHH BOISE  Kor map-..   Ih-Uet- anil i-omploto inforination eal  iii'ar('-.t agent, or  in- addrei."  C.ef.DIXOX.Cenera!  A<  Spokane    Wiis.li.  *nt.  I'M.Wl  IITNKV. C. I1  St,. I'iiiil.  . iinil  T.A  Minn.  "MUNSON, NO. 2."  costs fhey ' ouniio.l -bear.". 'I'lu.;  Moiilaiui mirier,, though r.cceiv-'  ing-��� I.Iks maximum wagos, is e.v.-  ])Ose,(l l.o 'The iiiaxiniiim ili.scom  , i foils and dtingcrs at'lion'ding- his  vocation. Ih* treads no. p't'im-  ���wa.nf fo'woi'U' ,1", linurs and ge.i | r()S(, l]n(.(l |)(.,ilnvay U> flic depths  .*:���:.' - They-.con.lend, that '������ighl'j which take l.iini to his, daily lab-  Jiours don't k'oei�� ��� the  men   occu-; or.���Mining World.  in t ties'.  he  more    amljitioiis;  The Best Writing Machine  I'll 15   ONI.V  ."eonoouowo  ik!***  ^pOoiJiTjOt  ���:!;,lv'f*<rrp.f,W'i:.i?T!!i !.-'!  \si��  INTERCHANGEABLE  STEEL TYPEWHEEL  Klegaiitly   llliistr.'ilod   ejat-aloyiio  .'.-.'   Free.  Address Edgar A. Hill, Manufacturer, 94-96 Wendell Street, Chicago  SHEEP CREEK, B. C.  K. J. HIGBYE, Proprietor.  ���   First-class Accommodation for Travellers-   ���  Everything    New  The  Windermere  Stage  Stops   Roth   Going  and   Coming.  F0P1>  Meat Company  FRESH   and   SALT   MEATS  ALWAYS  ���" "  ' .'',.'    ;  ���'. . ON HAND.,' V      .,'���-  ROBSON & ROGERS, Prop's.  Fresh Halibut, ��� Salmon,  Salmon Trout, 7Bologna  Sausage,  liutter and Eggs, v Fish aiitlChiine in Season.  Riverside Avenue,  Fort Steele, JB. C.  f ��v�� *>��� *"!������ ^T** �����:���*���  ���#.* 19.* ''.#.* "'.���f*' >fr  ���uw *>,����� <��.���� <*.<>��� ��_�����-  ���*^��- >f��- ---f ��*��� -*{*��� -*$��������  '* ��.lr >.��.��*���  sf&iji   "V  i"��iifi   ���  WW  '-��.��r-��.tv  ��� i��-��.Ji��-��.-  , fti*il  W '.��.�����  ��*v ����.y .  ���*.  ���I��r "���!��� -"i��* ���*!���-  it.- it." -��.��.�� -.#.��  ��-**������ w��t ?���!���? ���*!-�� -  ���*-.*-'  i"i��rrf*r -��T<��* ���*��*����������� �����%>  *0.* ^f." '*#*" 'ttf*' '-$��"-��?*'  tapfj*^  li"  STEELE  ^  irtder^ei^^  Choice Resident and Business lots from $ 100 to $250.'������ Easy,* terms.  Titles Guaranteed.    IRor Particulars  /-��  ���jf*7^,, f* (<* <�� ���'  /"!T?V  A">' ftU  �������  <"-~%J  ��  �� ��  &  THE PROKI'KCTOI?,  FORT STEELE. B. ('..  JCXK '.i  ' op,  r  )a!iav!SH Do-Hi oi bttimm&diAAAi'A. a a  (H��AD QFF'SL TORuhVO.)  Raid     up    Capites!     $6,000,000.  Ifox. (ii-:o. A- 'ox. IVe-idem.  GOLD DUST PURCHASED.  EXCHANGE on all parts of the world bought and sold.  f  London Agents���The Bank of Scotland.  F^ort Steele e? Cranbrook Branches  .m.  fa       -B  i;. K.  W.M.Kijit, Ct'u. M.m.  HONG KONG DRAFTS SOLD.  i'lie war ol'icc ins   rccv'wd   ilu-  I .ullowing lro"j Lnrd  IJobeii^:  I     l'reloriii. .June .".    .Iu.-1  before  dark yesterday the enemy   wen*,  beaten hack" from nearly a,ll   lhe  positions they had been  holding  and Ian Hamilton's mounied   in   ;  fan try followed  them   lo   within1  :10m) yards of Pretoria,   through  which' they   retreated hurriedly.  ])e   Lisle   then   sent   an   officer  with a (lag of truce into the town  demanding its surrender   iu   my  name.    Shortly before midnight  I was awakened by two   official*  of the South  African   ropublie-  Sandbcrg, iii Hilary secretary   of  Commandant     General     Botha,  and a general officer of the Hoei  army--who brought me a   letter  from Hotha proposing an artnis '  ] lice for the purpose   of  settling i  I the term's   ol"  surrender.      1   re-j  l plied that  1   would   gladly   meet |  Vote   the   Independent   Ticket   and   Nothing I their commandant general noxt j  ! morning, but that I was not. pre-1  -L,,?v" ' ' . , pared to discuss   any   terms,   as  ' ' i the surrender of the. lown   mustf  VotC   For   Win.   Ferilie. Ibl, unconditional.      I a,,ked a re  '  .' ply by daybreak as 1 had ordered  - &  <0  JJLJL^JI  Ml  -��T��  '%.  J. W. H. SMYTHE, Manager.  ' Don't Solit Vour Vote.  Don't Throw Vour Vote Away.  eneral     'Merchant  Most Complete Stock In East Kootenay  :P r- o f G S3 I'i 1 �� n 0 2.  North Star Lodge  i ( j,'i i-'i 11 ; i   ii- c.  NO. 30.  A. F. AND A. M.       G. R. B. C.  lli-Miilar mei-tlni;-.���1st Tu<*Ml:iy iu eacfc  iinintli ni,ci(,'ljiio'clocl;. Vi.sIi.iuk lirctliurn an;  coiilmlly invited.  A. W. Hi.kasdki.i,. Secretary.  Hardware Dry Goods  Machinery Clothing  . Paints and Wall Paper . (, Footwear  General Mining Supplies Groceries  Furniture, Carpets and General House Furnishings.  No order too large for. our facilities, none loo small for careful  FOKT STKKIjK IJEVKMJI'MENT Svniiiuatb Ltd  I3fc r.riidcnliHll Slrrct, London, KnKlund.  N. A. WALLINGER,        FORT STEELE.  POST OFFICE ItOX 8.  THOMAS    McVITTIE  Fort Steele B.C.  IT. L. CUMMINS.  PAL. S.  <(���' C. E,  Port Steele B.C. .  f&Jqz $fxo8pztf��iv.  -SATURDAY   .Jt'XK ".  1  Vote tor the Independent Can- j th�� troops to march ou the town j attention,  didaie "\Ym. Ferine. 'a.s soon a& it was light ' j  In his. reply Hot ha told me  hei  LOCAL NEWS NOTES.  Rev. \V.   lioid   will   preaeh   m^-d^uSu^^^^  | the lJrj>sbyroruui churcn to mor-   ,ul,    ���l Ull*u Ul     lu  tu lLlul i    ^,' ' ��� 'St-  Vote i'or Wm   Fernie  row at 7-:;o p in.   Sunday School ;f��ria, and he trusted women and  at :' r, in. , .children and property  would  be  ���'protected.-  At I a. tn. today.-while .in   the  H .T. Brown the well-known  newspaper man of Spokane  died   in   that    city    on   Friday   -. .   ,  niL-ht     oi      lu.-,r   ' w-ek.        Mi-. jJul-v-cd  Brown   ii'   well   known   iu   this'  .section   having   established,, rhe  i     The Fori Steele foot bail team  'ha=  accented   the  challenge  of .  'the, Cranbrook   'team   and' will   hne ot    march. .1   was  met   by  ' play ar  Oaubrook   on   Monday., three  of   the   principal officials  with a ihig of truce stating  their  ; wish to'surrender the town.'    It  Rule or ruin Martin", retires to.  ,,-    ,        r  .        ,-ii  ���,,.,     political ooscurnv* tocuiv.  \\ ardner International and  later!,1    �� P ���      .    ���  the Cranbrook" Pleraid.  j should   be  taken  charge  of  by  We have on file  for  reference  Rev. .John Welch o: Rossland 'Her Majesty's troops a 2 o'clock  is paving a visit to St. Eugene J this afternoon. Mrs. Botha aud  Mission, and came over   ;o-FortjMl,s   t-..^^.- are  both   h{ Pre  , ,���    . l       ..     .cannot be placed in better hands  recommending   anv.   liarties i,,, ,,  ^ *   .  -r,- v,.     -  i i   ���    ,i   '-    T       .     than those o;   \\ m. r ernie. vote  o have ggods m    heir line   lo  fV    i -  in  wli  ship to them  ���ti..'Ti. T. tlalbndth' has received a letter from Captain Parker,  dated Cape Town, April I a-? The  many friends of the Captain in  -Fori Steele "wil^ be pleased to  lenow Hurt he is in good health  rind spirits and expoeled lo start  for the front in a shori time.  i"0\v is the lime to insure. Re-  mcmibcr the fate of the International Hotel, and call at once on"  M. A. Hi-:am*:. >  Agent Imperial Insurance Co.  Rev. W. 0. rMahoii. a young  Methodist preacher, will preach  in the Presbyterian Church on  Sunday next at ���'! p. in.  Plaint Of a Has Been.  Tho iiiil political war horsu. in iiis  own mind. Or Hu��h Watt.'.-end a Idiot- lo tho ' -'runln-ook llorald. which had  already boon turned in to the PHOS'i'EC-  tok for putilicat.ion. Di* Watt wa-- in-  lormed lhat, there \\-a.�� no ronton why it  could not he published. On Wedne.-day  the Ooctoi*w?nd-it to the Herald. As the  Pkospi'.ctok doe? not play second iiddle  to any paper in ihis di-trict. il doe- not  appear in thi- i���iu-.  The Doctor i- not a li-iend of l''ort,  Sstoi'h* a- any one who will, read the letter can cle.irh -co. '  Ur Walt i- not an i���ueo'n thi- cani-'  paiLjn nor will ho ev,er he a potent lac-  tor in -hal>in�� the de-tinii- of rhe Province or di-trici.  'I'Iiiti' a'-e two periods in .i mans life  w hen lie i- indi��i-rc<*l. when in his south  full oi life and viiior. and in Iii- dotitsjc  w'n.-n lie :- not re-]nin-ililo lor In- utterance-. To -urn ii]i the letter is childish,  and without a point. Or Watt   ha-   not  ! r .tii.ickecl in thi- campaign lor the  i.-.i-oi! thai In- inlliiencc i- nil.  !|.' rn-lic- inlo ]M-int for the   ]iiii"|io-e  oi 'an Im-uil*  loi-eol'.cii.   failing    to    re-  iiii-iiilu'i tliat lie i- ;i hack  numlier  and  I wa-    l.iid    on    tin*  liolitic.il  -lu*lf Vcar-  i    j.uo    The    h-iier    will    receive  lllftlicr  Jt  Is to  your   illter.-l    to    vote i ,.,,,^,,5, 1.lUup) ���,.M u.,.,.k  lor Wm. Ferine. ' i ���-      ���    !     A l-'ree and lnde])(indent voter  Rev    C.   A.    Proeimier paida-.n   .vi.itjn���   )()   lho   ^^   ���m,  visit to Kimberley o�� \\edne-(la\ ���  Hrown Leghorn Foax.i for sale  from"Prize Slock. Ail i>er setting  of 111 eggs.  P. McConnki.i.. Cranbrook. B-'C.  While, thousands of people are  sttirviiig- in India the export of  wheat from thai country goes  merrily on.  John- Crassiek who has been  sick for the past three weeks is  about ruice more.  C. F. LJanington went to Ferine on  Monday.  Political campaigns cannot be  r\in on wind.  A vote cast for Fernie. will insure the' futtirf- prosperity of  this district  Twenty two saddle horse-, were  sent   out   to    P-jrrv    creek   on  Thursday   morning   io   bring in  'the voters from that vet ion.  for him.  thc officers arc in Pretoria. The  few I have seen are loo.king.  well. ��� ���  '  MARTIN'S   TREACHERY.  At 'the ��� quarterly meeting- r of  the Band, Boys hfeld last Monday  evening  ' the   following   officers,! He Would Throw a Debt of $10,000,-  wore re-elected: Harry Ban;,  president and business manager,:  A .Neidig! musical director: F.  A. Balei Sec.-Treas.  David Griffith celebrated his  7;"ith birthday last week.  W H. Price. Cranbrook: .1.  \i. Donaldson. Portland: Allen  Dods. Viiucouver: William Mc-  Millian. Fernie: .1. J. Thoidcy.  ^loulreal. were registered at  the Windsor during {he week*.  Pre^s. -ays.-- "Support lhe Martin government and you will  make fast ihe halyards which  will lloat the Hag of poverty  some day over your homes.  Support and elect Mr. Fernie  and you will hoist lhe Mag ol  If you waul rum and deslruc [prosperity. Ashe has done in  ion vote  lor .Smith. jthe   past,   so   in   the   1 nt ure will  returning on Thursday.  Vole for William Fernie  Stephen Crane the author and  war correspondent dmd nl Baden  Weiler on the ."th inst  000   On   the   Province   to   Obtain  $100,000 Campaign Funds.  The political sensation which  was sprang'tdday by the publication of affidavits, from E. C.  Gardner and C H.' Austin,  shows, the extent of Martin's  treachery, and his rule or ruin  policy towards this Province.  The affidavit stales, that on  May 4th, R. A.��� Dickson of Grand  Forks. B. C.. Avith"~whbm Gardner became aceptainled last year,  came to Seattle and told them  that Ihe object of his visit was  lo make some arrangements with  President J as. J. Hill of the  .Great Northern, or Mr. Kcncl-  rick of the Northern Pacific railway to obtain tho sum of at least  $100,000 i'or campaign funds; and  in return for which the Martin  Government undertook, if returned, to build a railway from  the City ol Vancouver lo the  town of Republic. Washington,  and lease the road to President  Hill i'or a long term of years,  practically free. Gardner told  Dickson that the N. P. P. would  not be likely to do anything, 'and  advised him to arrange a meeting with C. Hughes, solicitor  here of the Great Northern.  This was done and Dickson was  introduced by Hughes to President J as. .Hill of the Spokane  & Northern, the sou of the president ol the Great, Northern.  That gentleman at once louk  Dickson in his private car. on  May 5th. 10 St.. Paul, promising to use all his inllnenco with  his father. Dickson showed not  only letters from Martin lo Hill  and Kenelrick. but big documents in which Martin agreed,  if his government got in. lo fulfil his offer to the railway magnates. Dickson relumed io  Seattle from St. Paul and lold  affiants that he had been very  successful, thai Mr. Hill alone  wa.s all the backing thoy required, and thai he had already d'or-  warded $L'Fi,(i(K), and would send  another ^a.OOO and more if necessary. Mariin being interviewed denied ihe story explicitly,  although he says all contributions,   no   matter   how   large  or  iFort Steele  I'   -.-  I  *  M.  g GROCERIES  CROCKERY  Co.. Lit  .   Fort  Steele- %->  Cranbrook  Wholesale and Retail  �����    ���      DEALERS IN  I.I you want prospenl\ \ote  For Fernie.        '. ..*-..  Word was received, a few days  a,go,. that- -J- -W. Arthur will be  iiT town before long.  You are sure lo.be right when  you cast your vole for  Fernie-,  Vou��lol,v casting  vour   vole   ou I -s,,lil "��� ��' hi-'"'impaign fuml were  !a,l,Wiiys riH-eived   a,nd,  Ice pi,,   pro  vi*'    '  the !M.li ol'.Jmm for him, sending A^ nn s|;|.in rs   we!-e   ttflaclKul.  him to Victoria to represent  your interests. You will most,  eortaJuly realize and benelit from  llio, fruits of his 'labor hi the  future, a.s you now do, by his  labors in-the past."  Jiinies Shields, brother-in-law  of M/ircus Daly, died in Bnlteon  fhe -nd inst. of rheumatism, of  the heart. Mr. .Shields has visited 'Fori Steele, several times -and  is well known here.  0:  *  m  %  * -  *  -:WA  vv. it. Ross. ��� if. xv. HBKOuima.  ROSS & HERCHMER.  Barristers     -      -      Solicitors  NOTARIES PUBLIC     r  CONVEYANCERS.  Fort  Sleele,   B.   0  T.    EPE  LANDS and MINES  NOTARY  PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER'  Fort Steele,  B. C.  BOOTHS   and   SHOES  MENS   FURNISHINGS  J  GLASSWARE *  ,. , - *  '   ^  'W-.  'W-  '#-  Giant   Powder  Fuse   and   Gaps  Gun. s. AlcCartci-. J. A. Harvey  HARVEY & McCARTER  Par listers,   Solicitors,   Notaries  Public,  Conreijanccrs He.  FOlir  STEKUi. B. C.  REVELSTOKH STATION' unci GOLDCX  COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY      MADE,  Douglas   Cor sari  ���  , (Cji-mp.) .  ' OFFICE -rtm-iMrie Arenuu.  o  Next Door to PieasdeU'* Drim Store..  E. J. SCOVIL  A  ROTARY PUUL1C.    Sf  Kiru. Lilu. Accident. ln*>ur:ino��.       ,      ,  Ren) KstiilcuiHl MIN-1NO liROKER.  .WINDER  I'KTKItnOROUCH.  T. H. TAYLOR, OE.  PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR  Survey.-, (if   -Mineral   claim*.  Uoads,  Mine*, etc.  AYIXDEiniMlil*:   li. C  HAY    and    OATS  KIMPTON   &   PITTS  WIN1>ERMERI:. SB DONALD  Getieral Merchants  Minina suDDiies a Specialty  Miners going northward via Caiioe River Route will lind it, a large  saving and convenience to procure their supplies at Donald.'  *.,,       * 'v \  'SOLE. AGENTS I'or     -'���'  Canton  Steel Company  Windertnere, (lolden and Donald  Mining Divisions.  Agents at Windermere  for the California Giant Powder Co.  NOTICE.  Miss A. Mcl-feisti will t,r;uiMu-t business ;i.- Dress Milker in t.he town of  h'ort Steele iiiid will lie |>le;iseil Lo receive order.s from now on ut D. Mc-  Neibh's privnte resicleuee. Orders will  lie promptly attended to.'  ROYAL  HOTEL  KliU BISK LEY.   H. C.  , Tin- Kini'M, I .i(|iior.s nnd  < 'i't;!U> and I10.-.I, l<'iu-iii.ihi*(l  IJoiinis in 'I'own.  J.   I.   GATES,   Prop.  Prest ���'���  ri-iE  PHOTOGRAPHER  - VISITS��� ���-... ,       "  '    .-���-'.   FORT STEELE /-=,-  On the following dates:  7 April -,:). ,'Ki..,17  unil  .I.S.  ij:      .    May   M,    15  and   Ki.-V  ��� lunc   II,   12  and   IX    . ' .,  ' -liily , Mi.   17  and   IS. ''"  Other dales given later.     ���  : (Jrilers for I'ieturevl-'riiniiiig- left with  Mr. Kershaw will receive prompt  attention,


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