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The Prospector Jun 17, 1899

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 *.! ,-  .'- ���''. / -' -        * ^ */  �������.��< -...  ���g  -4!- .... ^  *TKE PROSPECTOR H \> BhKX-fc  *  x   i>  Al'I'OIN-rr.l) TUB OI'KICIM. v  ,v &  'Sc     GOVERNMENT   GAZETTE '<���  ���file *>'  ~& &  *& Fuc South Ka.sl Kouii'iiiit If  "# , &  *��.-*r;,fe:s.-��v;<"��f3S*x:-��*��--��*^*##'{tv  1>-*~�� ���*-*�������-.*^--5-.* <1P'"',-S.i JfA^Jfcjg^**-  ��   THE   PROSPECTOR   CON-  |    TAINS ALL  PUBLIC NO-  *   TICES AND GIVES THE  LATEST TELEGRAPHIC  AND LOCAL NEWS.  *  *  *  *  *  Voi. C>.  RORT  STBBD1  R  3. C.  SATURDAY, JUNB 17, 1899.  Wew Advertisements To-aay.  i    tftmil WllKlsUI            ,    ��� ���       P.IB��S i  KSort. SU'elu Men iiiitile I'n           ,      . '    ���      1  rcu,^i Konttrnuy I'oltlniir Woik-    . .   '      -~4  Jmu 1 Steele I'll,lir 1111,1 IVl'll Store "       I  H'W. Mai in-  l,ileii.-i. Iiispi ctoi ���      X  .A New Discovery   on ��� Perry   Creek.  Hank Ellor.   tlie   well   known  prospector, was in ,lown early in  nhe   week.     On tlie  Stli  of tlie  ''present   month   ho*   located   tiie  ' Follow Me claim  on   the  divide  tz-elAvcen   Perry and    Hell  Roar-  hxtdi  creek.--.     At  the  discf>very  i-he   ledge "'was    fifteen'' inches  -wide      and     oi       rose     quartz  carrying considerable gold.     So  far .as , uncovered   the  quartz  is  had some assays made from their  Fort Steele claim at the mouth  of Brewery creek, with results  thai were particularly gratifying. The samples were carefully selected in order to get an  average, and the returns were  Jfii'tt per ton iii all values.  The papers in the, matter of  the ��ale of tli.'*,L;ike"Shore mine  have been filed in the mining recorders office, and the price originally given in Thk Pkospkc-  toi!, viz., s^.OOO. was correct.  The other, statements giving  !?!l'."i,(M>0 as the figure we've erroneous. J - <  Thetotalshij��iiieut--of ore from  the Slocan from July 1st', 1SD.S,  to Alay 2D ,of ihe present year  was .���Jl,ri71 tons. ,  C. I*1. Hannington will commence active work ou ��� the  Dtt-  The  TELEGRAPH BRIEFLETS.  D. McN"icoll Assistant General  Manager of the C. P.-R. Colorado  Smelter Men Out on a Strike. -  Steamer Loch Slay Wrecked,  Thirty Lives Lost. -Famine' in  Russia is "Worse Than Ever.  (Spiei.il io 'I'm. I'uosi'i ciun.)  No 24.  Ottawa,   .Tun  <���   I."..- -Tho C.'ov  undoubtedly free   miljing.      All  ..-,,,        ... .,     ,.       '.   , .. I nn;iii;u   auuvo   wurii   OU ' 11  bAier is oi course ieelmg jubilant  ,jOIlt   proup   n<oxl   we(?,f_  md seems to be. satisfied that he camp is now being moved .to the  "' " ' Ida claim.    The next thirty days  wil] make a great difference with  the appearance of the Dupont.  "It is a great 'property",   said  Kd.l. .Walsh  the  other "evening  while speaking of-,ihe li\g Chief.  "I'dvas up there on .Tuesday and  it appears better every time 1 go  ���up.     The "lower  tunnel   is ��� now  in 70 loot and the quality, ol the  quartzis improving.-.  This   tun  nel is being driven on Lho hanging   wall.     When   the   10,0-foot  point is reached   we  will 'cross,  cut- to ascertain the width of the  vein ;it that distance.      [ believe  made  to  we -will find richer quartz on the  'footwall than we have yet found  on the hanging  wall".  'A systematic > development of  the Gem and Stoney claims on  Sullivan hill will shortly be commenced. The property will first  'bo surveyed"for a crown grant.  F. P. Hogan and others of" Spokane are the owners. The claims  adjoin the Sullivan on the north.  This a,good J-hing.  -. Average    of   Twenty-Three    Assays  From the Chickanuui Stone     ��  $46.93 ,  "The force/in Ihe Chiekamuii  fc-jtone group will be increased-to  /."��� oieii and a thorough exploration--! of the property will be  made: double shifts ft-ill be put  irftcjoth shaft anil funnel. "There  ' is considerable ore' now on the  fiu>mj> ready for shipment assooi  The  ��i;   tlie wagon road is built.  #tt��'L shipment, will   b<  - rtlv' Nelson sinelter.  r��!.,Jd. Cummins is now engaged making a survey of the  r-.lasms. '  ���    Tiie ,vaJue of the property, may  7x*' judged   from   recent   assay-  i tirade    from   .carefully   selected  samples from,,all  of  the  woi-k  lug'.-:.      Of   twenty-three" assays'  ttti��� di��� an average' of  ��lli.!J."5   was  , fhe'result.. This shows oonclus-  Jv;My that Jhe future of the prop-  \xrt\  (if assay's g'O' lor1 anvUiing')  ai:<' most rosy. - ,  In Thirteen Feet of Or��.  The wesi cross cut at  the  100-  loot level at the Sullivan is now  -h* iliirteen feet, all in coil centra t,-  i.ng ore.   and the  work   will   be  eminent litis decided to add a  penalty clause to the grain inspection bill for ihe misu-,e of a  certilicate.  The Hotiso made good ,pro  gress with'the suppkjinentary estimates.  Sir Lewis Davie.- in rdply to  Sir Ifibbert Tiipper .said:���-'The  Government did not grant'licenses to fish in'the great lakes, and'  only to British subjecte in Alaui  toba and the Northwest Territories. '      o  The Governin'eiii   has  decided  iifit to tak-e Ihe responsibility' of {ranchers lost animaJs.  Static and CaiMfla aj i- in conven-  fi<m ui Chicago.  JJuriii" Afarch SSj.-.iu.CmIj worth  of gold dust was taken from the  Transvaal mine',,  j     The new C. P. h\ time table of  the   ID<-ifh    will   bring     liossland  within 04 hour.-oI Toronto.  ' The third yacht race  af   Lake  St   Louis resulted in   the  defeat  of the Yankee.  The AJiniiifibii le��islalure adjourned until July (iii) al'terdi  brief session. Hon. Ah'.s.srs  Gruenway tuul McMillan having  been summoned to Ottawa.  The Vone/'.iielau Arbitration  Commission mol at Paris and  alter preliminaries Sir Richard  Webster, commenced his address  f>n behalf ol Grpiit Britain. , '  ^Several    lives'   were   lost   at  RAILROAD SEEMS ASSURED.  Active "Work In the Vicinity of Fort  Steele This Summer.  A gentleman   well   versed   in  railway matters has  given  The  Puosi'K.croit   the  following  in-  Good Building Stone Near Here.  There are other products hi'  the vicinity of Fort Steele be-  sides���goldf^siiver, copper and  galena. Wm. Diles who has a  lime kiln this side of Bull   river  formation whicn will be greeted  ll:l,s brought to town a sample of  with joy by the residents of Fort  Steele. He says it is definitely  known that the C. P. 11. will  shortly have a party of surveyors in the field to make a location for a railway from some  point on the Crow's Nest, Pass  railway between "Wardner and  Fort, Steele -.Junction, up 'the  west  side  of   tho   Kootenay   to  building stone which it will be  hard to beatrin any country. He  ���says there is any quantity of ic  which can ,be easily quarried.  The quarry is located about 200  yards from tho wagon road. The  stone will stand,tire having been  tested in building one of the lime  kilns. It can be quarried at, an  expense not to exceed 7."> cents a  Windermere, and that the Norlh  perch, aud can be laid  down  in  Star branch will leave  the  pro  jected    line  at or  near  Cherry  creek-.    This is done to cover tho  field, and, by being in first to shut  out the north aud south railway.  rl\r.v.,-        ls,r ,        ,1 11 U..L   LU13   IIWUII    UIRI    SOUtll   I'i        WllV  Le.\as   by   a    cloudburst    many  T< ;,  .,,..��� , . ,,. d  ,..,���,.  ,,. . .,..     , -  ���>   II is also rumored, say our in foi  Fort Steele formless  than  brick  art* now selling for  killing tiiberculos  tie.  infected cat  President  Exercise  o  t euMi/Luued until the other Avail is  reached. The shaft was sunk  on. erne wall, and the present ex-  }jff.>r;itif')ii   is   to   determine   the,  ''���width of the ore bodv at the 100-  foot, level. .J.' H. Sullivan of  Oiicago, who went up with E. C.  feJoiiib Jael, .week io look -at   the  Loubet     Will  ��� Clemency.  '(SihtImI io'I'iii. i'liiid'ilci'ou.) ' |  ���?Pai-is,     .June'   U:- -.President1  Loubet when  informed   of   the  sentence passed upon   Baron  N.  Christian for attempting ,to  as'-  saulthiin in tlie presiden'tal stand  n the Auteuil race course 'exclaimed---���'The four years will  quickly pass". This-'is held to  indicate his intention fo'exercise  Toronto police may close by  cycle liveries on Sunday.  AJ���Peincare has be(;',n a]i]ioint:  ed priino'ininister o1 France.  Thousands of smeller employees in Colorado are on strike.  Thirty persons-are sick from  ice cream poisoning at Detroit,  Michigan.       ' '   ',  Tho famine in the east European provinces of Russia is worse  than ever.  President Kruger has expressed his opinion to the Volksraad  on the recent conference.  George Peart and Prank1-Bow  ser, two Vancouver young men.  ?were drowned in a squall.      '    ���  D: MoNicoll has,been1 a]ipoint-  Dawson City is beinu "nipidly  rebtnlL and' the, spring cleanup  is far ahead of 'minors expectation    '  Fraser. -Shea.  Ou'Thursday evening at   il   p.  in., the residence of ATr. .1. Taon-  hauser was lho scene of   a   quiet  but very pretty wedding,  being  the occasion  (,j' ih,.  celebration  of   the  nuptials ol  Kichard   A.  I^i-iiser. son  of  John. Fraser   of  Pembroke;   Out.,   and   Theresa  Emily Shea, eldest daughter  of  Joseph    Taenhan 'er.    of     Fori  Sloele. and widow of John Shea.  The bride looked,very handsome  and   attractive    in    a, ���beaiitiful'  gown of cream colored si I k.  Miss  Dnrick acted in 'the  capacity  of  bridesmaid.'and iippeared very  charming in a costume of cream  serge witlVplcaun lace.'     .A.   L.  McDerniof assistwl Mr.   Fraser..  Tiie, officiating   clergyman   ,was  mant that'a party  will   be  sent  out to look over a route   li]>   the  east side' of the Kootenay lo Fort  Steele: this however is iipt confirmed.    In addition to this il   is  now  known   that Warflnor  has  been definitely, selected   as/ihu  ismelter   site.     , The    surveyors  have just completed  the  survey  of the water, supply, which, will  be from a   small   chain   of  Jakes  "QLi'ajLfroin the town.   The railway company now  controls   the  townsite of Wardner. ' -  -   For a Daily Mail.  With the inauguration  of  tho  new train service over tlie Canadian Pacific railway   which   wili  give a'daily mail to towns alone  the line.    Would it not be atgood'  idea to  take  steps   lo" have ,the  service extended to  Fori  Steele.  This is  a .matter   which   should'  properly come before the1 lioard  of Trade, and it i��   lo''-be, hoped  thut.i his body''will   take   inimed   '  iafe action.  A Deputy Sheriff for Fort, Steele,   '-  \n 'its issue of  Aiay  I'OtJi   Trrj-:''  PLiOs'i'KUTOK called attention k,,  IheC. 1. R. will haven largejuty sheriff   in    East    Kootenav  parfy ti, the field by July I.si sur-  litigants  we're , put lo great  ex- ,  veying the reserve lands   ot  B.'^C. Southern  railway  the  Lnc building   the   North   gUir'  pense in getting  ]ia]iers served,  being.obliged lo send to  Nelson  ,i        ,-,.,- ,   , -   ' ,1'or tlie sheriff.    This article was'  branch.! is learned the Mat conn-  seitt to the   honorable   AAtornev'  try can lie reached in a  one   per   General, together ,with a letter-  cent gradevfrom which point to the  further setting   forth   ihe  need  .mine it> nearly, level.     Should* of   the  district,  in   this respect.  cleinencv.  Labors of the Peace Conference.  The Hague, Jmie 14-.���It is  now expected that the Peace  Conference will not adjourn 'before the middle of July, as if is  thought the labors of the delegates will not be finished" before  Japan  will   offer  .serious  objection.  1 Mr. Jos. Chamberlain believes  there is still an opportunity to  compromise the Transvaal  troubles.  The N.   P. .crop   reports   for  jpiv>pert\. expressed himsell as Uiat time, but there is the addi-  welJ pleased with the work which tional question of the/acceptance  JwuJ  been done,   and. predicts  a  by tlie powers  of  the  decisions  ���yivai future for the,mine.  .Eor a Big- Mining Exhibit.  ,-\ mieeting of all  the  Spokane  miming men was held lasl Satu.r-  ��.liiv evening  to start   iu  niofioh  fhe j dans for'the mining ilqpart-  TjiKtnl-of .the Spokane Industrial  [i, Rkposition.    It    is   (he  purpose  .of tiie management lo make this  jiartoT Die exhibition one of the  ihiggesl  and   best   e\or   held    in  si.ny wesU'i'ii city, and  the active  |i <coopm;aturn   of   'every    ininiiig  iinan is needed.    A   circular   let-  |l Lor has been  ]ire]iared -nnd   sent  I io  a   .lui'ge number   ol    leading  Ruining men     If is not fheiuten-  i ion If) Limit   the  attendance   to  (those wlui'receive the letter.  The  imposition   luaiiageiuent-   .wants  i <nvery iiL>ia'ng' man in.thy city   to  ;-,i fiend.  The Perry Creek District.  Tlw-i dAve*loj?tQent of the Sliake-  J ripeare group on .Perry  creek is  ��� .still going on,  under  the direc-  j?io)s. oi'  The.is   it  Parker.    This  |airoi>er.1,y 'has been pretty   Ihor-  |olightly   developed   and   is   now  -how.lng uj-i well.  Woj-k on Uie Jfilwood and Gem  I groups o/   mines  was  resumed  Jjfa.'st week. =a tmmber of  men be-  f'jing j>"< i(��  work.    Tlie.se propo  sitions aire -control led by  a  l"V'ork syndicate.  adopted by the Conference.  Meeting- of License' Commissioners.  The     license    commissioners  held a spe-ial meeting  on  Monday last to consider the  application of Stephen   Wallace   for  un  interim   license   for the   Porn'ie  Hotel, ihe license   was   granted.,  The   regular   mooting   Was held  on   Thursday  and   tlie    licenses  were granted lo the following:���-  Port Steele���"William Stewart,  li.    1).   Mather.   R.   (J. Shier.  \).  AIcNoish and Harry Drew.  Cranbji-ook���Mary    Donoghtie.  George Joyce.  Alo.vie    Victo Dosaul'nier,   Jas  I McCracken, Glen Campbell.  \'   Moyelle -A. P. Hrenimjr.  Wild Horse��� Dave Griffith.  Sheep Creek���K. .1.'Higbye.  Wardner��� Jacob     Berkman.  and WoJdford A Rowland.  Loop���D. McPhoe.  Pernio���Wm    Eschwig.   Wm.  W.    Tuftle,    Stephen   Wallace.  Robt. Duffy, U. A. Kanouse and  George Levasseur.  Elko���George Hoggarth.  Wholesale licenses were granted to.Tames S.   Craig  and Howard   A* Hayes   ot   Fernie.      The  following   were   held   over until  Manitoba" indicates  most, favoi  able weather and rapidly growing crops.      ' ,  (���The colonies.have,been,required io consult with the Hritish  governnient'on the Pacific cable  scheme.  A temporary and satisfactory  iirrangenient has been arrived at  in connection with the Alaskan  boundary.  Details have been received of  Ihe loss ol the steamship Loch  Slay of Glasgow, near Australia.  .Thirty lives were lost.  , A committee of Grand Trunk  railway strikers representing  the association, and Air. Waiu-  wright, assistant general manager of the Grand Trunk railway,  had interviews with Sir Wilfrid  Laurier.  Gen. Lawton has deleated and  routed 4000 Filipinos.  Famine is provailini  German Kast African  sions  Freight is being tied up on the  lakes owing to the Buffalo strike.  In Colorado -'{0,000 miners may  quit work if the strike is not ended.  Canada has contributed over  ���#1.000 to the Gordon Memorial  College fund.  The Camilla Northern railway  i  wisnes of those i)l'f,'sC!nt. and all  repaired to tho dining room  whore a sumptuojis repast awaited them and to which they did  ample justice. The happy couple  have taken up thou- residence on  Galbraith avenue.  oU'ii^W general manager of    Jhe' bating   clergyman   ,was ' "  _     V? ��-' '���>'��� ��???>���      *'">"i  ot    tie  district,   in   this respect.  t'heC. P. K/at Montreal. T-" "'O-Rov. .T. G.   Duncau. ; After ^ Zr ,�� ^   T 'T '"'"  MA"'M'y   ^^ """'N  '  Russia has k^a'sed the ice free   Uie 1U'1,li,l]  k.n-l,ii hnd  bo"   w^  ^ucUon^U,hc^;   %.��   ^'^ ^ely instructed Sheriff Tuck  of  po^'jr^^'Vc;;;;,^^  ���Japan  will   oHer  .erious  objec- ^^^^^^^     S.1 \t Zu U"��,. n 'I' , he,, JJ.T^ . ���* " ��^ .^���  Soil will be seen that I hero  will be considerable activity in  this vicinity for the rest' of the  season and Fori Sle.de being the  principal suppiyyioinl must reap  the benefit.,.  0 i  this on lawyers and liUgauls1  will not he initio iisoless'oxponse  in the, serving of papers.  in    Hie  posses-  Archie Mclnnes Killed.  Archie Mclnne-s. eldest son   ol  Air. and Airs. AraJcolm AfcJnnos.  of Cranbrook. was instantly killed  by   being   thrown    iVom   his  horse on Sunday hist.      |J0   was  driving   cattle   when   h\<,   horse  stepped   into    a   ,��opher . hole,  stumbled and threw Archie over  his head.  ���   When he was picked  up it  Avas  found   that  his  .skull  had been fractured  and   his   leg  broken.    Archie   was    only     II  years of age and wull   known   in  Fori Steele,  where he  was  for  some lime attending   the  public  school.   'He wie- a bright intelligent lad and beloved by  all   his  mates.      Tho  sympathy  oj    the  com in unity go out to the bereaved ptirents.    The   remains  were  taken to Calgary   for   interment  Good-Bye' Dalgardno.  The olfl   Dalgardno   is   now   a  lung of lho past,   its  name  has  been changed and il will   hereaf-  Eor  a "Separate   Kootenay   Diocese.  ;     The  Kamloops   Sentinel says-  | "It is thought hkely.that Hisliop  I Dart   will  .on   his   return   from  Fngland   summon   a   conference  or voluntary synod ol ejurgv and  lay delegates from   the' parishes  of the   h'oolenay   and   Moundar.v'  ter be known as the Holel Wind-,cpuntry. in anticipation of the  sor II. D. Mather is proprietor! taking of the necessarv measures  , and Harry Kcinemanj formerly | to found a Kootenay diocese  of the Venosla. has been install-; The,new diocese mav for some  ed as manager. The building ..s|i,imo, like that of Cah-arv be  now undergoing a thoroug'h reno-1 without a separate Bishoj/of it*  vat.on A acetylene gas plant, own, and be administered in con-  is now here and m a short time ( nection with the' diocese of New  the house will be illuminated by . WeMminster, pending (ho>ro-  gas. A covered porch will ex-'vision of the necessary endow-  tend around the north and west, ment fund for a Bishop of K00-  side of the building,  which   will; tenay. "  add much to its exterior " ''"" d   ���-  Tl-i,^,, ��i,      ��� Railroad0 Rumbles'.  When the  improvement.-  con-        ,  According to the Nelson Alinor  Mining  The Excursion of the  Institute.  The excursion of the. Canadian  Mining Institute will leave Afon-  treal ou September I.-,(, and will  consume I'ti days on the trip.  After visiting other portions of  the Province the excursionists  will leave Nelson on (he lihh foi  templaled are finished the Windsor will  have no.equal   in   East  Kootenay.'      The   hotel   ha.s   -Ci  rooms and is plastered  throughout.   There are three well equipped sum]��le  rooms   for   commercial  travellers   aud   two   private  card arid wine rooms, which can  also be used ascoiumiitee room-.  The bar is one of the best in  iIn-  country.     William Lindley. for  merly chm" of the Hotel Spokane. '  has charge of the   dining   room.,  which isstilhcient guanvntee'lha  i the dispute between the C. P. R.  land, the Kaslo-Slocan railway'  [has been settled. Moth companies will exercise the right to  ���use the Lardo-Duncan pass.  Hundred-of mon are at present em ployed'on ,|u. Columbia A  Western rail way between Robson  and Midway.  Nothing will be known regarding- the extension of th,. Crow's  Nest (>,!-.- Railway 'from Kii.sk-  anooK     to     Nelson     until     Afr.  the cuisine will be supplied with I Sl.nughnessv    arrive.-   .on     th  ,,     .,        ,   -T    ,   ,-��   ","'1"   ".'" '"��� *uppne<i Willi I -���  the Crow slSest  Pj.ss.   stoiq.ing  everything fhat the nun-kef   inav1^"11"1  /ino   cl-i-i-    ������<       f^iiitii !.. mi. . i I '  New  ��� '   .'   Xiaing- Notes.  2Me,ht.eifih-a.iKr Aj-mstrong .ba.v.e  tlie adjourned meeting on the,  MOtli June: H. W. Drew, John  L. Gates ������dud- James Carrol Id  Kimberley; L. Van D��cai- and  Joseph Corrigam Cranbrook and  Al Af ute. Tracy Creek:  may extend from Lake Superior  fo the Yukon.  The    International  Epworth  League Convention is now being  he.ld in Indianapolis.  A number of changes in the  Manitoba, electoral'divisions'have  been authorized.    ���        .:;      d  Nursery   men  of   the   United sion.  fine day at  Fernie      The   plans  are nearly perfected.     Spokane  is making an effort to have them  visit that city, and will undoubtedly succeed.     Unless some   effort is made they will pass within   seven   miles  of   l<'oi-t   Steele  without knowing what a mineral  country we have tributary to us.  Other towns are making prepar-'  aliens to welcome them and it  is  to be hoped that PVirt Steela will  alford.  From Wardner. Idaho.  The  Last   Chann  ing about 7o men.  The C.  P.  K>. pholographic cat-  was in Winnipeg a {,'W days ago.  with a party on board   in charge  w   "��-.*'��>������ jof Mr. t:|���,.k     They   will   cover  -T ,      . . i''I'"' '"*��� ('- districts, ini-ludin..  |llt.  lN'one of   mines   in   the   unoerir- ���    v    , i    ,    ��� ""  "I'l'��'    t-row s Nest,   and   their t rii will  countrv have started un vet ���      .      i , f  si.ii no up,vol. uxlend over lour month.-.  Monday    afternoon     .Vf.'i   per-        v hill   <ri,���;,,.,   ,i       i,   ,,���  mitsfor   .mm,,1���v.uc���.    had   1 een < v v ,   ���   Ued,,,"fU,u  issued at Wtu-d^r' \     ^ '���      ^"M^VM-  ,ni-   ...'.��� !'.-������ ��i'"d inci.rporai.ion and   allowing  1 he Bunker Hill lias ii.crea,sed I the company.to lease or dispose  its force at the mine   this  week, j'of its lin��   has  passed the Rail-  not be in the tail of   tl*   proces-  TliHm^w    ,        ', ���, '    , ^^  th^ Kail"  . ' ,\        ;" i��-*i��ework   of   th*.   mill    is! way Committee of  the House <if  I nearly up.  j Commons. : THE PROSPECTOR   FORT  STEELE, B.C.. 'JUNE 17, 1899. d  vcertiflbatevofvliriproyernentsdd  I  Idd  v JI IN Irll? A Clf ACT i, 1 ��n*. ���:  :y-;':?.;r.'d(>ri;HiMt,Kl'c:  iddddiddNOTlCE.   Sii'voi-.&iig.f;^  iflk-'iKiiQriM  ddStliift-yrt'-Sf^  X'tviCootoiiVy'^^  V ���':::.d'Wli(rre loiratoil:V"A)idi'l onb nn'd"i'i lullfm 1 !<'*  yfvask fidntl "fed bridgeon-i'iviJ1:_i;tiv-oi^'V>i_?i'^i1".^-*--?1'  d-'t-iilqdf river neur Biinii, IJi'iclke.Creelt.d ,;' .:��� ���'.'��� V v  ddv d>riilid:iioUi;'i;''Uiiii' Tidn'iiyiiVilrtnttlis": Ir'reev  ^drMilVerdCeKimriite'Nod^  dd'iiys from liiciliitdliiM-uor lo iipply Lo.Lhe.M inf  ':d ;nj. Ifeeordcr foi- ii Certili'ente of 1 liipi-nvoniciiLs  d;'foi;"'ilii.' ���'iniiP'pii'KO orjijlHn iii I iiu'H.-:C:rf I'wir;/ f^jra nt'. Qf  ������','. tlie'"iibby��,irl:iiiiiij,%J:;d ; '���;���'V.Vd :'.'������" " ".d.'��� '.'���'���,���"'. [  y - ddAtnl riiiM:iiiri;.nil<idiioiii'(dl,liiil!;:ii;lioii; uiiiioi'  'yV, SGl'tidll '.ft. llVllS.t llO'cbllll'l'liMl'l-eil.'ljftfOl-O'llllJ'lSHUr  >": tinee of smrlt'Cerltlleiiie df' l.iniiroveinents; ii'"  dd   .y.yyyiy'yy ���d''/'';iM.viofoKU'-i',:LTu.d;,  ::,;,cpuu:.i;uiis��iii liiiy e-f Feb,?!��iii.:V.d'v -*-i.T.r.--  :>dd D IS SOL UTIO Nd N O T1C E ddd - i'-d  d'i'akedNpticel aluiditidliartnei-sliip lierptq.--  .'i-ore:;,cxistin^Vliieiw'iei :hi��.d: tinkers! if nfeiiv?asV  'BreWerdaCftie'ToWn^iF^  'Ilmidiii^e^  *yiiiK:>tiii."!i,yi^  seMii',':g.Ti^  sijiiiw'jj.-Sliik'i-u'^erl'tliar'saiji'e.My^  ifesumes'Vi'i'i'.'tiie'l'mbli'^  'shlp-TinO'VCfrAi-liom'a'ir'rteW^^  luri'NliipVmnstlio paid.'"; V:'V :''Vr'���",.;',,'���;;':.'.'������.' ';,.d-d  wiui&rddd^Vd'd W  ";)'. a: IIakvkv. ddd dd. V l^-VSICK.- d ���';���:., ������!���:'.'���  y'i. Diueddt 1; oi-lSiciriir'tJiis SUi-'dsi.y "pf :M:iri:liV;  AdlJdl!?ito7'r'Vddd''V'Vv^dt:Vd-dVVll)-ldd''v  YYYY'yY'fo^u^- -t^y yy  yl'An.. 'Ainiilyaiiiiituirvroi:- Vorkuta vfrei: |  -millingu^i'iartzd''��� Saves over .00. percent j  orgoldv -Wei^htwilh power 28.000 lbs, |  IndSiiuit; sections ioidPiieking' to iviqui\-1  ��� .taiii.'(jliiim's. ���'���.(,:aii bd's.e.qn neat-';tlie  St  d:Eug-pn'e,.'MisSiou..'d;..;.'.-.r:v'.,.'d'_.:_'.. dd 'did-'  -'...-���Pol-- Pai-t'culars'appiyvtu.    d,d.v ;! d  :.'dV',..-. d       .'d-'vNOTicE.d;,,."/ yy -yy'y  ���-"���'l. liercliydive liotiee thin tliirty ilay.idili.ei-  dale iiiiiiriiil lo apply lo'llio'Chiirf,Coiniiiissioii-  or','or; l,an-ld anil;; Works;'��� ^Victoria,''''d'C.-Vfoi',  p<jriui.ssi6iiio purchase. iiii!'.foli'o\yi.iiiiVi)ici'e.'of  liiioueniiied'iinil unreserved Crown lands, sini-  ated between Uie' old .l^lid r.o\visrpre-emption  ,'Iibi'39.iiiii.l;,'Koi;ui-:'Mo6iie-s pre-emption. ,liesih-  niriu at tiie-south \yest eorneidand run south to  KottirrdJloore's line.Vihene'e. eastdO clmiiis.  'llienee north to.fJ'ewisasiratli east post:;'!hence,  back to place -iif commencement. .50 acres'��� more  or less.'d' ��� VV ' ''' ���   '."..yi .'. 'VV   V V ,   ';   ��� ;���;;, .  ������".",; -,,-.������"'. -'.i-l'./y      ".ibiiN.LEVEi'i'v",-"  "���"���  Ducted,this April:Stli,lirl��.; d'"d'd. "'.iri^ild.  NOTICE.  Transaetda^enerSl^iile^iii^, suul-icx-i  vV'-vi. dVvdr.,ch;in'!'(j':l)iisiness.v:vidd'V';''::.dr  DRAFTS, CHECKS, TIME CHECKS AND  "d        'V: ACCOUNTS 'CASHED. ;'ddd;vd  MOYIE CITY, EAST KOOTENAY. B.C.  a'mi,!K. 4. Klfon is dissolved by mutual consent  Id,A. HARVEY. Fqt-tStCfele.'B^.'^ldrkindfroin March iii. 1SK), dd ..'"������ '"i/' '\''-y  '.i'������"}. v "ii. ���'���',���... --���:'��� ���'''"  v"- ' ������> v d .... ��� .*.:.'. ,".:.,' '������      d x. a. ^vaLivinc e k. d.  ! '���������'.' 'VV'd . .:..;d,..:..;ir!dlidA.;KI'/i:pS;:'dd:rdd';;  <;     l-'ort Steele, H.C...Api'il..lI. lSWL.d    d    "';  ^v ^ '   rr^  -~"--i*-;V ���  ���(y'y. 'Lddr/NdTicC,. y-yr'-'-: "���  .SOU* 13  K '' ST KOOTKXAV DIS'tKidx.  ;   :'    = V: d,    NOTICE.     .-'. ,'".." ������;;,.'������  I hereby i-'ive notice that thirty days after  date 1 intend  to apply 10 tlie Chief Coniinis-.  >iotier of Lands a ml \\*orl..s;. Victoria,,, for 'per-  "VsSE.sSMKN-r"  AC'i-  Visii.-.KKVKNUK: ���t'.ix   act. i mission to pu'ri-liiiso the following pieceof un-,  't'^Vliti<-e^'^rel��v^ven.'ln.iit.-ordan^,Wii.lfj��^ ' Hejiiij;  dhe Statutes, thnv Hevon��e,:i'ax and 'all taxes ; nlnfr at 1. post plained on Uie south west bank;  levied inider tnc Assessment Act are now,;due:': of- Boulder creek 'iiliouto two miles train Wild  for ihe year 'IHM.. Allot the above taxes ^ eol- ; "<��">-'��� creek. Ihe.vce Kast -iu eluiifis, themre  dectibldwithin the .rli��ri'ot of Ka>t Kooteiiay'j aorth .40 ehanis. Uu-n.-e wes^-W ciains. thence  Southern1 Divish.nVassessd! by me,are puyable'! -0.H.I1,10 chains ,0 poiht' of .coinmeiiceiiieiit.  it'mv office Fort <t.-."Ud > Assesseil' ta>.es ,'irf; j C'oiitiiinin- in.'all abont^lWi acres, niore or less.  M'mj  - |n.'"r-.tc's'vlz-"'       .'���'""!'' ',.���'��� ' AKpRKW H.GKACK:  " "'      " '      : Lint'I at I'-ort St-'ele, May 1th., ISH'.'.      'H'-Sl'  - " ' .NOTICE.    '  d.        ,    .'  ;'d-i)ir{ifts iss. 11 ccl "payable inCdtnaclii antt  the'U'iiteodStutes.d'dd    .'.     i - ...i  PALMER'S BARv HOTEL  PAT.MKB'S BAR,.!!. C.  ARCHIEMcLEOD, : -d-   PROPRIETOR  ''vd'The'^.ab6ve::Hptel;lias:jbeeiiiv re  ce'ritly: erectectd '^nd'dneati;^:.:furd  'iii sbc'd:. thro vigbovt iyyyyyy:0y;y^  ������ CosyiaiidCbmfbrtabie'R^  Thev Bar  stipplied vdvitli ; tlief vliKST  ���".'��� brands of Liqutirsdind Gigarsd ' >  HEADQUARTERS   FOR   MINING   MEN.  I; i:|td|::: dipr t" s^i^  'jv-^sippi&^PA^'::^  1 iCAduyti or AiiidKixps iv'SPKCiAi/rv.  d:;,S'Vff'dd:.;.ddv^^-Wdd;ddd:ddd:adtS::ddft  >y0$&REm>ff^  d:K;fprpsl:elf:dBJPH  YY :D|ivBETICHENvvv'v  #v:tTdHe;vv^:ewelie;i' .0  WA'rClIIr'.SIllKPAIKIOD and SATISI'/VCTION"  -���"vdv'lr':"\ddG'UAKAXT]2Eb.:;d"d::V-7 ;';  "':'  FORTiSun^ISI^E  "���B:'M:  '", Travellers.'will 'find  tliis liotel' vibe-  inist conifprtablc on tlierinit'e t.o P-Br'ry  Greek aiid'.Gronse Mouiilaiii.  KVEUYTH1NG   F.1UST  CLASS.  es&d i  , collectible.at the lollow  Ji'our-Ufih.i' of inc. per cent on r.li-r .a  ..ralue.pf real estau-      '       ,   - .   ,        , ".  Tliree'-tourtlis ol one ''per ir-rfit-   -'���!.,. th--  as  sess'ed^va'nie oi; persona! properly.,   . . ���       j     ,  'I'lii.riy days.idler date .I intiriid to apply" to  On so .niich of tin. iiicom-., ot any .'per.'-,,,11 as j tlie i,'h:,.'f ('oniniissinnei' of 1,'aiids and Works  exceeds one thousand dollar.--, the ..**>!low-i'iti-- j :u Victoria, lor permission to purchase. Ilie,i'ol-  'iiites. namely, upon such ,e.\(re--: ivliei: ;he, ���! I,)winfr .descrii.-eil 'land :: oOoniiiiijnciin,' al. the  same is not more l-hdc ten. ilio-j^ind d-.liars. j ,,ortli west corner ,.,; Loidrt. (Iroup I. lliehcc  one and one fourth of (fh,r |,ei' cent., when v.-.eh ; south 10 chains; liience west 14 eliains;,Ihence  ' excess is: over tenV thousand dollars .and not ���' riortlic-ri;,' ,aloiii; the .easterly hank of the Co-  more .than twenty thousand dollars.' one and >, juinbla river to .th-- south west corner.of Cot  one half of. one,percent., '.vhen such .-r.-cess K ' 5.1: thence east iie chai ns to the, pliuru of coin-  over twenty thousand dolhirs one and three ! m.-nccue'iil. ContalniiK? in all lr.1l acres, more  .fourths of one per i-eiil. '    . ... ���     ' j oi-less. . ,  Three  per, cent 1  011   in-.itssi-s--,'!. v;,l-,ie'i,f. >, ;:. SAKAII  1.10.1 i l; 10 O.M.IIH A I'l'll.  ��  wiki'iand:.,    '    ���,'.���', ..':-������       !.      ���       ���,-.    .vJiy i-'uh. isim,'.    ^_^v;d ���y.Ly,-~:'' '.  If paid on'or befonr tSnr; ^iivii   iiiiy  "'.'   .I";"-. ���;.������'���.,      ���',  . ,        ."       "'      "r.  VlHM'd    ' ������        V. 1 "TV ' "7���'~T~~.���~���~. TT���   "I'hre-r-llftlis . i-f one per l-eiil. on th,'.as^e-,scd ��� ii''  VfJI."   ttV-VN'T A'OOOil JIKAI.  .value.of'real ,-slaU'- ,' '...���'.' .  , .  One-half  or 'one'per c-,nt.   mi   lie;. a-.--ss<-! ;     " '  vaineot personal, proi���.'i't.v. .       '     ,      '    . ' '   .  i;]Min  siic.hd'xcess   i.'f.   income,   when   Un-���: ��� , Qq   ^q   [||fj  same  Is   not, inore  Ihan   ten ibousand'h-liars, j: d   '   "''  mil1,   pel-  cent,   when   su-'ll   exire���,. is   over tell'1  thousand   ilnlliii'-s  aoil   not: more   than. Iwelily  thousiiiid dollars, ewe and oiie'-four.th ,,f on-: p-r  cent., when such excess is  over twenty  ih.ei.-  und dollars: one and nne-half of ,-i.ie |iereeni.  Iteveuue 'tax -HiiKi per capiia,  One per cei/f; 1.n. tlie assessed   value of ore  or iniiicrai'bea. iii!.'substances.' pa.val'le .i|ii:irl.-  erly 011 the hist day   or  the  months  of  March,.  June vSeplt'inlier and Dcccmlior of each. year.  CM. j''. I) VV A If U.S.   , ,���  Assessor auitOolleet,,!'.  '      l''(,rt Steele'. II. Clan   ary r-tli. IWW.       d.  MONTE   CARLO   RESTAURANT  On Kivorside Avciiitn.!  William Robinson, Proprietor  MI;: VI.S    A'l-    A I-1'.    llOIrlJS.  IdG, ARMSTRONG*:  ���������'". FoYvr -Sti^ki.;^,' B.C.      ���'  : WanulaGtiirer 0! f;    Y  Tinware,, Gal vanized Iron, Sheet;  d     Ii'on,   Stove  Pipes  and  ��� ��� y.   ' y ,. Goppei'v'vared :       ,   ,L  BUILDINGS HEATED and VENTILATED  Plumbing,, Pipe  litting  and. iill  "'."'kinds'of sanita/ry��� work    .   ,.  ftlr TiohT.��� Hot, Blast Stoves d  n.ydranli'f:    and   Air   T'ijKj.S'   for  'Min as '.-���'-  ' vsimociai. 'A'i"ri.:x'i'i,i),\ .id-viii vi-o  .ton avoiiic.    '  ..I. ..J.   La MONT'  Contractor and Bu i'i tler  Fort Sl.cc/.e, Ii. C.  BARR��^pME?S  ���YYYy  Fort: Steele,' .B.G; -'v Yy.  v    /General Blacksmith, d >  HORSE SHOEING,  AND" JOBBING.  "Mining    Work ; a   Specialty.'  YYY:y^Yn&&tfteiYY"'i  ' '.d'^NBvlMPORTER ^OF dvld:  \YYYYy .::::r;:?FINE';^,pOLLENS  ���:: Rbpky,;!;M6untrfiri::*^veiiue :.:..  v: 'Y: y' ForidSteele^: Bd G.������:, Y- Y  Sha^hgd1��;vHair:^  d;vv:':'-'::dd,V:^cxtd0,Ovi^1'f'1l.Ilotei:; '-:'.dn:';:dddV;'  ::d'd;':;:d::Fo^T:,:sTEELE^  ���Ailv]ciiid^::of,ihai^woric..'dv.d^  '���-yy-''' '"���'::':���'���������':��� ���"'���"y'yyy'a,:spet-ialtiy\i;'%y  . .,..���' ;:;;:'V''-";-:-.,'.,..-.'��� ���-.-.���dd di'd'vvv -.,:���''���������'��� .��. ��� w v.i^i;  !A,.::J^GREZd?v-;J;^d;P  :yY0Y'F>Y pot* ik v YY.  LivefyjdFeed   and;:; Salev Stabled  ::vv;,dvv.:.dForti,SfeledB:v^  TIOAJliNfrOidAl^LJCiNIIS rsOLiciTGLld'  Everj*thing ��� S ti'ictly,:Firsti, CI aiss> y  yiiNexV-ylobryo"Uie^  J. GRICE, D. IX S.  .Gi'itdiuitu'I'liiljuiuliiliiii Dental College'.  d v'Pentist ::"  R i v.e rs id e   A y e ii u e,  FOliT STERLE,  B. C.";  ��� NOTICE.    .,'.  Tlie iiiirliiei'siii'p liereUifore exlsliiid lie-  nveeii Williain Onrliii and .lames C. Dnrieli lias  lieen dissolved as rrdin this dny. , All lialiililies  will In; pnt.il li'y William(.'arliii. All |i.-ii-t.io.s in-'  dehl.eddti' Uie linn ant reiniired. in ])iiy ihe  amount, to William Crarlin wiilionl, delay.,  \i' "  ' VVILIilAM CAKI'.'l.V.   .  '���'.I. .F.   AiiMs-ruciNc;,  Adniinlstralor   of  ul(.  estate of .lAMKS O. DU1M.CK".  I.'ort. Steele, rlf-tli/\]irll. ism. - \7-->\  ���y'yy G , ARNO.Lp:;;:;: yy,.  :   Makes vegnlar tri]is Jxom Fort;  Stoelcdriinct,i6ii;,tbvFpi'tj:Steeie:. '.'���������  FREIGHT OR EXPRESS   d  :    .Delivered  oil  day. of  arrival;  Leave oi'dei's wi'vh ' ;' '..'���; :: d  '���':���/'"-' v"':' '���'* 'M.','A.'.BEAL,E:'".  ly: "Why Not Tnvestdin^^^^^d^  lillilll  The Leadville of East Kootena\i..���  '������',���',    PASTURE  Horses will he received at rny  ranch on Luke .Creek for pa.stur-  ing.at,'��2;per;mont;h.'. ',..-���: /';  11 liaye 200 acres under fence,  ���with,plenty of water.v ��� Ranch is'  situated on the North���',Star road.  y:\    JOHN' P. ADAMS.���'  BOWLING ALLEY  .ttiv-iridiile Avirniie, ' l-Nirt, Steele;  15. :G.  dAl.ilKKT'l.KI.;. I'KOIMJl'HTOK...  Cigars mid,;Tobacco ',  Edisons' Phonograph  For. private piu-t.ys uiiil liuine iuiiiisi.r-  nient., tin;.Plionogi-ii|iii is just, tlie tbiny.  Wliy not, y-ivo'it it trial? Tonus rear-bn-  al'le, leave orilors.'iit this Bowline- Altev  d f-y miles, from, the "famous.  Nohth Star mine.' 1+: miles  froni the SiJr^TjyANniihe.     ,     d  .o ������ ,'V ,   '        : .'���.   ,-'���.   .       ��� V   '..  Nearly.. 20tf inineiral- elainis suri-oun-S  KI.M UlriKLEY and (lepeiifl tin . it,,       d    .-for supplies     ,d.  The terminus of the North,.Stair  Railway,: Branch   ���v ;  ;i,   ;     yy. '���'  ivJ.MBIili'bEYr is not  a  boom   towff..  v'foir.sni-roiiiHled by tlie LARGEST'-SII.-- .  V'..i':.R-r;i2A'i')'..M.TN i-:S' i'ntitio >voi.-iijl!��  itdniiist   neire.ssarily   become   a,   hu-��'��j  eity::   ' ������     ;   d:>    .;'  '���"       ;"-.-'-' ,       "d';-  For a safe and profitable investment buy lots in Kimberley  P8f^T8l5TEELE   CHAS. ESTMERE  Sole flaent���  PostOlTico Address, Kiniberle.\r  via.Cranbrook. Ti. C. 'H-JK PROSPECTOR. FOliT STEELE.  Jj  ('., .H'XE 17.   l-W.  Wh& jg, ZO&VZZtOX:.  '    SATURDAY,  -IUN 10 17. IS!)!).  Ottawa Letter.  l,-rom Oui   Own l-oi i-'spondent.  ��� Ottawa, June 12.���The tune  ,-jud attention of ihe Hon.sc of  Commons has been occupied repeatedly thi.s week in di.scusMiu<r  Lljc prospects of ihe Inlornnlion-  :-iIHi,irli Joint Commission when  ?).. reassemble.-,. Everyone who  hnt> followed current eve-Ms with,  even moderate altention, is ihor  onghly well aware ihat- when (he  last adjournment took* place-, Ibe  .statement was official!^ made  iliat a hitch 'had occurred  over the adjustment' of the  .Alaskan boundary. and that the  fidjournniont liiid been made suf-  jieicntly lon��- to enable the matter to be thorouyhly reviewed by  '.'jolh the Imperial and Uniu-d  .'Slates Governments in the hope  .-Ind expectation that a selll.-uient  juiii'ht be reached. ' This siate-  sneat has been rep'eatfd several  'iiines by Sir Wilfrid Laurier and  his. fellfiw commissioners and adhered to absolutely'in \he face  of all kinds of wild rumors to the'  tribal ion to the discussion so far  was made by the Prime Minister  who announced tlnj position of  the Government as follows: "I  cannot for my part see why we  cannot, do in  this  country   what  ha.s been done in other countries  i  notably in England. I cannot  see why we cannot have a Rail  way Commission to deal .with  this numerous class ,of grievances on the part of the general  public" (referring to personal  disputes with the 3"filways), '-J  think* we can agree with that.  At all events I express the views  of the Government when J say  that we think there are 'many  sorts of grievances which could  be effectually dealt with only by  a-Railway Commission. Hut the  trouble and labor and diiiicully  ol framing a law that would constitute Mich a course  makes  the  QUESTION    A     VKIiV     EMKAKHAS-  KJNli   OXK.  I shall not   surprise   my  espec-  contrary.     The 'Opposition  lui's  r  Thus, far   preferred    lo'   accept  these-hostile rumors to the Governments' declaration,-aud if the  country has got', tlie   impression  that   they, would  welcome  ulti-  mala failure,���in that   tlie  Government     would  be   discredited  thereby.���they-have  their own  actions alone io thank.   13ut sud-  den3y. and without any  new  information or any reason for  the  now* change of front! Sir Charles  Tapper'  has    discovered,     that  there is excellent reason to hope  Joida succe'ssl'iil outcome  of  the  negotiations, and he hastens   to  lake back- all   that  he  has  said  .tie}-'galory to the position of Ihe  Dominion and her claims,' and to  fissure tire  Government   of   his  cordial support.   . ���'  'A    OKATIJ--BKD   (JOXVISlisipX.  So  anxious f indeed   does   Sir  Charles appear to  be  to   make  Amends for the past that he eag-  . - tirlv   protl'cVs   the - Government  "  - every assistance'in disposing of  '���the public  business  now  before  tiie, House, -, in   order --that   the  Commissioner's may have leisure  <     'to prepare lor the  reassembling  of the Commission.     But unfor-  timalclv Sir Charles has a string  attached to his offer of support,  for to purchase his goodwill and  ���  assistance he asks-the   Government to drop the   Redistribution  Bill for this session.    This  is  a  ��� big price to pay for "the  assistance tendered",   and  it   is   not  '  very probably that  Sir  Charles  expected the Government Avould  acquiesce.    They  are- Car   more  ofikely. to press nol only  the   Ke-  ,   rii.slj-ibillion- Mill,   but   also   the  ' i  Public Accounts_ Investigation,  the Senate J-iol'onu resolution,  the Yukon Investigation, and  other .matters which the Opposition have been professing such  .-inxioty to Look* into. , but which  it wow appears from this suggestion of the leader they are most  -in.viotiH lo drop. ��� 'Phis proposal  fin the part of the Oppposilion is  the greatest tribute that could  possibly be paid to the G'overn-  ��� '.incut's policy, though no one  vrho has taken the trouble to acquaint himself with' the character of the Opposition leader  would suppose that he would  make such an offer did he not  recognize the ' unpalatable fact  that he and his parly are, politic-ally, in extremis.  yilVi.   JiAJIAVAY   COMMISSION.  .Further progress has been  jnade this.week with- the disens-  riinii upon the resolution moved  by Mr- .1. G.' Ituthcrl'ord. (Lib..  JNlacdouald. Man.) calling for the  creation of a board of Railway  Commissioners as referred lo iu  ��ny letter of a couple wweks ago.  A.s 1 2>oinled out then, there has  .been a pretty general concensus  of 'opinion favorable.to thw proposal expressed oil both sides of  tlie House, and the practical dif-  licnlties in making the scheme:  ���effective are equally well recog-  7)3ze&.    The most   valuable con-  And  hon. friends behind iui  ially' my honorable friends from  the Northwest Territories' and  the Province of Manitoba, when  I say that this is a question  which up to the present/time' we  have, not. been able to gnqiple  with in such a wav as to be in  a  '" it  po.sit.ion ���to  present  a  bill   thi.s  session.    But the matter is  en-  gaping the attention of the Gov-,  eminent.      I claim that we have  done something already  for  the  people of the Northwest.    ...  In the very first year  after  we  assumed control of the Administration  we   obtained   from   one  great transportation company of  the Northwest Territory, that is  to sa'y the Canadian Pacific Railway Company,' a nol able  reduction in  its  freight, rates.'     But  we do nol think that we have ex-'  liausted our efforts on behalf  of  tho people of the Northw.cst. On  the contrary we think there is a  great deal to be done in that respect  and we   think   that, one  thing that can be done  in  order  to solve the problem is to clojust  what is  asked  by   this   resolution".   ��� '     ���     , ' ���  y        e  While this great transportation q nestion must in tlie very  nature oi things be of greater im-'  porta nee to the. Western Provinces and Territories.' that im  porlance is only a matter of degree; it is of great moment to all  tho Provinces, and the creation  of a commission to adjudicate  npon the matters of dispute between the railways and the public, will vastly benefit our people  in all parts of the Dominion.  Till':       PAliiMICKS       ICXOXlCltATlSI").  Tn a recent letter I referred' at  length tfi evidence given  before  the  Agricultural  Committee   of  the House of  Commons   which  showed that considerable crookedness had been practised iu the  packing and shipping of  apples  Lo the British market.   The matter was further discussed at some  considerable length in the House  this week, when it  was   pointed  out that the farmers  personally  were no  way ��� responsible,   inasmuch as their fruit was purchased   by   jobbing   middlemen   who  did Iheiivown packing.      It  is of  course satisfactory to learn  that,  the farmer is   not   to  blame   for  the extreme folly, to say nothing  of the dishonesty of  the  course  that is complained of.  It is scarcely necessary   to  add   however  that it   is  just   as  important  as  ever that every effort should   be  made to stop this fradulontpack-  ing.    The 1-Jritish buyer does not  ilistinguish    between     producer  and packer.      If he buys Canad  ia.n apples and they prove unsatisfactory he blames the country  and its traders   as  a   body,   and  wants no more If) do with   them.  The Minister of Agriculture rendered the country tin inestimable  service in so emphatically calling  attention totlie matter for. as he-  said,   the   Government's   agents  in England had proved conclusively that the  accusations  were  true, and whoever  was  responsible had done a;great' wrong  to  the '.Dominion'aiid|'had endangered tlie: large h'ttdo' which Canada  had. built up by honest methods  and which had resulted in a  great deal of good to ihe' conn-  try.  TIIK    HA'KUV    AND    IMM'STKIOl'S  FIXXS.  With reference 10 the investigation which is be in a; made by  Professor Mavor of Toronto  University under the direction of  the Department of the Interior  into'tbe condition of t)ie Finns it  is proposed to settle in large  numbers-ill our Northwest, the  London, (Eng.) Giobe, says���  '���ff a recently el;i bout led project  of the Canadian Government  should succeed as there need be  little doubt thill it will, the Dominion will soqjj be enriched by I  the accession of a highly desirable class of immigrants. Professor 'Mavor, a Professor of  Political Economy at To-  ronlo. has been chosen lo  go to Finliijul with the view of  offering special   inducements   to  uiiivan Diamond Drills  Most  accurate and   most  economical   prospecting  drills  made.  t  Drills of all capaci'ies.  operated by hand or horse power,  steam,  compressed air or electricity.  SULLIVAN   MACHINERY  305 and 308 Rookery, Spokane, Wash.      =  KNIGHT & STONJ-  GO.MPAXV  Chicago. Ill  Agents.  CONTRACTORS FOR   PROSPECTING   MINERAL   LANDS.  Finns intending to emigrale  to Canada. The'.hardy .and  and industrious Finns areadmir-  ably suited to colonizing purposes. "What will be Russia's loss,  especially with regard to recruiting for her navy, may well prove  Canada's gain".  , The- Calumet   mine   paid    ils  i'  first dividend .in   August,   1870.  and the Hecla its  Jirst   dividend  <i '  of 8-"i per share in IM3!'. The  Peel Jacket shaft on this property is vertical and about one  mile in depth. Tt is lTxi'a feet,  with six compartments. It, was  started in the fall of lh'flO and  has passed far below the conglomerate bed. It is connected  'at several levels with other deep  shafts, on,the mine. .  Always give a "missed" hole  plenty of time. It may'go later.  Do riot try to pick out the powder. Remove most of the tamping and insert another' stick, of  powder, and try to tire it again.  A missed'hole- is ofteu successfully fired in this manner without'danger to the mirier. cNo. 'I  dynamite requires very little  tamping. P   .  AGENT  Canada Lii'o  Imperial Fire  Sim Savings and Loan Co.  Jdenlilication and Protective Co.  Ontario Accident and  Parsons Produce Co.  nsurance  xnd Commission Agent  Books "Kept   "and    Accounts    F^r-ompfcly    Collected  Agent for Geo.   Geary's Royal  Mail," Passenger and  Kxpress' Line  Mail  Passenger  and Express Line  OFFICE  RlVEJtSIDE '-AVENUE  FORT    STEELE.     B.  C.  MINING  THIRTT-NIHTH TEAR.  and SCIENTIFIC  E. JVSCOVIL  24'Pages ,:   Weekly  :  Illustrated.  INDISPENSABLE "  TO MINING MEN.  $3 PER YEAR; POSTPAID.   '  i SKN1> roil SAMPLKCOrV,      ,, '  MINING-sdStlflc'PRESS  .   330 MARKET ST., SAN FRAHCISC0, CAL.     '  .MIXiNli   I1KOKKII.  N'O'l'.MiV PUJLII.JC  lv'e.il Ksi.ilu .mil Liuiioml A^'cnl  w     .WINDERMERE,    B.    C.       -��  Corri't-jiOiiili'iur rSulici/id. ,  .HOME   RESTAURANT  SUBSCRIBE.  KOK  THE PROSPECTOR.  I EAST KOOTENflY HOTEL  I  Movie Citv, ]���>. C.   '        o  t ' , ' t i ' ��  U ' r *���  T.s a laige and Attractive Hotel of quiet elegance-in all its  ,,  appointments, "with a engine oi'(.-r.ilperior excellence  S3  r.       Strictly'.First-Class'<ln   al    its , Appointments       ~:  !����;   JVlcIVlaHon  Bro's,  Proprietors.    S3.  I %iiiiuuiiUiUiUiUiUiiiuiuiiiiSiiiiUiiiiuaiiUiUiUiiiiuuiiuS'.  MRS. AMME,  Prop,  Fruit $?  Confectionery  *  Notions of all kinds.'  CIGARS and TOBACCO.  i-M^WHEELS,  Too!  MILLER R0DE0NE2093 MILES IN 132 HOURS  The Eldredge  foO.OO  The Belvidere  Superior to all others irrespective  of price.   Catalogue tells you  why.    Write for one.'  NATIONAL SEWING MACHINE CO.,  ���:.'-K*A-.s-����s*^^*es'%-:K**!3������^J��**#->e-y*a'*!KS **��-. ���  ?,* ".*  ?!* IS I'UItl.lSUKU KVIiKY S.\TU1{1).\ V. AND  li.\S.\ ��  a-                                 ' v  S- OLTAKANTIOliO   CI 1{(,'UI.A'l'ION    I.AKOKH    '1'IIAN -^  % axv o-i'iiKiti'Ai'i-ni ix r.AS'r k'OO'it.xay, rr is ���;��  "X Al.l. HOJir. PIOXT10D. AMI) COXTAIX�� DOVI1I.K %  i? 'TIM-: AMOC'.VTOI' X'KU'K OF AXV I'Al'Jlll IN Till; *  $ OlSTinCT.                                                  " ir  >:��� ���&  =��V~  As    An   Advertising  Unexcelled..  Medium    It   Is  \li 11  >j' tiik I'liosi'KcroK covnus a disthktd       '���;  \ll 1<  \t, l..\K(li:n THAN SIIMH I'.Ml'l IJKS  AND IMS   \   1>  Jjj i.Ai.-oi: i''oi;i:u;x cn.'cn.A-riox.                     ![J  \>i '��  -%-*!-rB^'rB^^-r3-rB-3-S?^'rs7^'r3-7-d'3,r3^-rB'*:'r3-rs-*;^,*:'*;'3<^  Factory,  339 BROADWAY  New York.  The Paystroak Of Ad's'In This Paper Pays From The Grass Roots.  And Never Pinches Out, Stake One !     The Result Will Be To  Your Interest.  .IOH  l>WIXTI.\r(!  Oh'  ,tiXEOUTl<:i).  ALL K'lXDS  NIOATLY  AND  I'KOM I'TLY THE PROSPECTOR, Fl.RT STEELE. B  C. JUNK 17. 1PP0.  THE   PROSPFCTOR,  Jt>    PCIiLltiilED    WEEKLY   Iii  TIIE   PltOiSPECrOlt   COMPANY.  A.   B.    dHACK.  yriijjsiiicit.  EDITOR   AND  THE   PROSPECTOR,  t-\crv   S.ituriliiv.  and  lias  published  ���tKiiaruec-J  appearance of Mr. SI)au��jiinessy  on the scene to deciil'j upon railway matters for this section  uiusi possess their souls in patience. Mr. Sliavifihiies'-y is no  doubt waiting for ihe "Imperial  Limited".  OPENED  Ln the United States there an  circulation IarRer than ..n> other��� p..Pc., I      ���   jj11J(JlU.lUsts why  ;uv   wast]]1,r  in hast Kootenay. It is all home Primed | ' <~ ,  i. inpathy on the poor  KTipino  of   au\  end   ct mains  double  ihe  iu'M  other papei in the di^tiicl.  As   an   ��id\ criJMii;;   ineJi'.n   it   !>��� nil-  excelled:  ��� ,; V d.'d' ���-.    .' ���"    .,''���'  IH-voiec* to trje lipliuiidiii;,' "! For; 'S'teel"','   the  ������development of ttic,y��si.mineral  rcsoim-cdof.  V.ilu* Kiistlvooitrnpv rniiiingrdiktrit-t-      ���    ''.V  'Siibsirriinion.s.d......���.;.:..���.....,.? ri.W per j-i-ut  A'dyeriifSin'R/'riites miide knowrioir applhriuioh.  . C-onlribiuionsare'tolic-itC'd from all puds of tlid  5!s'tric-t: l>iit ill! matter Jutecflird foi- pubHi-alidi  "iuiisi'/huyu tin- writer's '.si'jru'uturc. ���"'���" '        V,  TWIQPflPFR i�� ^P' ��"��� Ul<-"'."i ii"' adve'r-  I mo; I��rtn tisint:a>.'i'nisy of Alaxaiuler  ,; M'o., Suitir''Kv;'Ku-st 'N-ationiiJ, Hank , Huili'Iintr.  V Spokane,' Wash...wiam- vontnirvs' ran bv ihatlr  ���i-'nr il..--   ,���>���'������'"' ' ������:���'"' '���'���       -���' .-'.' ':-''���"        ���'   - -.'���''���  '^X^X^^^^Xy  s;a;ti*1v'da Y.di w$y.:\i, iswy  who are hein<r killed by tin  diersbnl'  nid syiripathy   is   (.^. i^^- C. MILLER,  IVopneior  pressed;l'or thp.sold'ie^rs who arf|i|g  befng';killed,by.tlife;;'jP|j|piii()s.        \\MFLOUR'    L'aU-ui Hungarian.   Nironj.  Thea-emarksof vThit- Phosmki'-   ^'  TOK(;oiT the,1 ;tck of pain t on soi n e ol  our.buildiussare evi^Tenily, boiny;, fftA *  heeded;,there are now. four build- !'' 'A  'ing^iliVttAvti'tiein^vitteated to a <  coatdif.jiaint. :"vThe':,^ood work '  'sl:iou'!d',;cpnt(iniie.    "-..���.':.������ y .'���'������':������  'dvTiv>\Doihi.itioi|-.-'Mih'istvr;6.t: run  lie Worjcs!. ,infqruis;d;)ur; meii'iber  thatv.tlie,<le[xirtineiu.'.ii6,u.siders ii  ""^Tdy"^"^ any  y;.::..i '[1'YYijy'{YPyP^YyYi idniohey i'iv:preventihg the=vGoiui!i  ���The:,n.:nvs d''^aTding ;:thie  antt  Y:*0^ ^kiphwaiipfeai-s v:m v'aiibther!  d^d^fdhmidAvili-bV^^  ^idvtlKd^  ;'ds)f.an.: maieatidn, that^tlied'viilleyddf  ���d-d:;t;h^!^K6ote.rjayv .���l,s<dtoJ,'ssfcnredtli'e;'.  ���. ':d,;rec6guMonvd t ��� f& eser^esd: ;���' ItriVg! ���wlii'cli  vthe,  .ailjoiitin^vvciiiinfry   at I W.i  iu-  els,e\viier(d::'i:ii^East,f l^g  Golden ;. :d>r  ���Kooie?ia^.;dTh^Vdincqyer;;=Wi>r Id '<  says:dd;--Thi^  si]npJy:v(jp];),3W;U^  thedradiuoiial ^olic^,o|vQtta\va.  '}ihto;th^;vall^yds'df;dts��lfi-iiiter  yyy^sUugyy B u tellmt.':the ^G^-PdK"  yyiy:::-i-.-:y''-'yyy^ yyy yyy.yy-yyy.. ��� ,.-,  y. ������'������_ ���; t hat/a/ irail ^a#v builtd asd outlitied,  ddvwill in (adshoridfc' "-*''"���  ���dd^jortingdinevdf^elopm  ;-;fArib'M  .Th:e'i,Lpnclt*iir|5tafiifcy  '.Wrrii'yi^v'y  ww??*^w?thc\mw^ 'Eg   'B0TTLERS  ^���^-:^*d-upd:jt^mYmYi^0ribs6iriiob:\U: ^aT'-rs etc-  ^eldpment:,of ,.th.te: :d^endeht:0.i%yamourit:bf Void! Eg.  MmVylyWmmm^ . /JAJ  '���*;,yiillfey';;:confid  yliY) diuidda-vgenenilSv^odddfeidirig  "vd"prevail7d|tit:ithe: hat:.urii::pfdtl'iirt|-S';  y iiswj ib; tliese;:v greati'dni^])r6yenieiiLS:  dd^biiigddfc  lv ddPqr Ul: Sieel %:'w illdbe,1 ;'be n e ti ttecl ,'���  vven^ul'a^qmeirft^  I^HEADQUAKTEKS for MLN1N(; and GOMMEKCIAL MEN ~|  ������ fi -^-*"  ITha  *  All  Modern Conveniences    ���&  Fort Steele.   B.  C., .  gLai-KCoSample Rooms for Commercial Men  Now Open  e  H..W. Drew,  JtSo       W^dJ  PR0L?RTET0I*.  McBride Bros.  M URRTI\  dd:b\iildingddtbeiddmted-pi^  ���.iii'.-' V^d'dd! \y. ._;.'��� ~d, i'.", ;���?,..'!_.���! .'���|t,"i., )/���-:,'// 'd di ;������ -,' . '-'���,-,--" ,'>-������' .iv-d;-1'','  |.iife:.v:#t.ftrtii.ui^.''aiM^^^  \'yyyyiry^Jyy;y-:ry,y-y'���^���yyyr-^l- ,'Sf"d^co.:-durintr:dtlve!r-Bariny'v;Crirs  myy^si^o'niyim^Yiulyyyyyyy.^^^  4 y dV's/I ��� I ie^pra,6.ti.i ce ^^p^i,yi-n^rdlAy��|  ��^'nyii|3r^lj:cii^  iidvitric'^thd^an'iU'-'n  ':yy slioiiJd;-;be^;dip::on"tinvrCdYMf Inevi-"  y'y ab 1 e;vl fii ids;d:i:<,d ddii i; i i s'i(> h''/ y*y T h o-:  d'^Engl isii^vlitiigiiaged i,^;d cSrtaiiily  dvproinic. <i,.h'qnrg'l) Hi" |niyiieslvt:o niake.  d;dthevpract,ice''uii;ne,cessai'y. :'��;Iil ail-i  ,'���. viiibst/ 'every caiiipna'nie^d^'e fre-  v quently'djiplicated, aiTjCldn a min-  d ;ing district tlid'.saihiddiaine ' 'will  v': -aiipeaid n'ia.hv ��� tiinesd;'v;4ln.������"'those'.  dddays ('lyip,li,qate'.s."6l!,.l:anioiis names  'idaro npdiiifr(:H|5ieiitd:; Adprbs'|">ec-'  ::-^::tOr,:-(Avill:-d(i'ji.'nifj';.lvi^  'd'seiitiniental'^"reasbiis^v'a.fter. his  ':. best..;girl;v as ad result ;Edith'sV  ';;,-' M aggi e' s; and Jd a's arev strew nail  V; qverthe hi lls'd The riiin ing laws'  ������',: -shouId be;amended to goyern the  d naiuiiig'ol'iiiiiiing'chiiins.. v They  ddsli6'ul'd''iioKall.6V  '. ,tqva.ppeai-' twk;e:in: tlire same, dis-  ..���'fcricu,' and better still .'if it;' would'  dprevent���the dti^licatiou o.f:.na:ines'.  ������ in'the samevniining,division, d ,  ;  ', ban ksjof ���^��vv';%prk^^d;-P&e,:t��')tal  stock;,pl^gold;nbwiridthe|:Dank  is  adjittleoye^  ;the;;13ank: 6f, Russia-iip  drfeddnilnons.vdd TlrevStatistvalso  declarea\that;the'^  it oidagili ri';b (j:; exptised ? to .;"'til:'��5i:'"cliiri-  ger; aiidvdiulni}iatipir^ \ o  is  thrqngh^he:lpahks;'neglecti"t)f its  (lnty:;d^  has'Vcreated' andiiitfayorable;iim-  llre^sldir'aivdveivpki ng; andiii usua I  a:inouut/,pfvhostde;'haiikihg ciritic-  lsidddvMany!"df:tlie:dir^ ir,  said* are-d^ issafci'sfied'������'wi'tli-,'- the - i-e-  'ce,'n.t;.'inana'!geiii(i.h.tA'r'''��'!.,'''''.'-d  _ .t  fct  tt  "j^roprietors l|  8SI16II  receive  -Mail or' Telephone  Ordprs wi  , Prompt -Atteiition.  tt  tt  33  33  FORT STEELE  t  Heavy Hardware  Powder; Gaps t  fm  Cumberland    Blacksmith  Supplies,    Drill , Steel, .Etc.    ,  Coal.     , ���Minintk'-  Tl-IE   LARGEST  KOOTKNAY. -  "..y pih',.���'esteemed ������;: contemjiorary  ,,-4;iiQ-N:eJspit.'E(d)n<iniist, is. nothjng  . if not loy.al, and in theiast. issiie  ,i n��� at tern,pting to squelch- the un -  .sqiielchable ,Eber Gf'Smith    of |  iil.-iossla.nd,,' who has been adVocat- i  iiiir the, celebration' of the f-'onrth  \.-y. 'DeathJb^CdG.:,I)ixon.'d;id: .  GdGv'vDixon.vdne .of ;-thd';'b<}st  k no wn rai l\va.y, men in W.a sli i ng -  ton, died suddenly'1 of' heart ^disease ;it his room in the Riverside  block. :SppkaneddMr.��:Qixdh was  g;eneral; 'ageiitd.;dfv thev Great  'Northei'irindSpokane'for several  years'.^;,: Upon the acquirement of  th e ::SpokanedFall s & N pr th en i  by hisicompanyj die, was; niade  g-eueral freight:,"-an"cl,.;-passengej-  agent of that road.dCnd in Mttrch  ,'���"������ '������:������ "-������'' ���'��������� ������' -���.' :���������.��������� y,i.0i" yy   ���. ,  .lastdwas. appointed..commercial  ageiii of.;;tihe:;dGi,reat; iNorbheru.  Mr:   Dixon 0was  well.] liked dby  evei-yone  who  knew  himdv   He  bad been, ju the ''railway' business  since ;188o;d ,His,   age ..'wasd-to  ���vea-rsdd: '���''.; ������������ '���'   y 'd        v  otdl'irly  in, that   eii.y," qniites. at  'length the \-aporings of an, "ob-  'scure paper pul)li.shed at. Ivan.sa.-s  das representing "the,   feelings-- of  ��� ���'Americans towards Canada.   Mr,  v Oarley   knows better., audit i>. a  ���.surprise.to,us that he   would,  allow such   sentiments das,.uttered,  by the Kansas papor to'-hia* him  ' in hisijiidgemeiil of  the   Aiiii,-ri-  : cans.  Surely he has seirii (riipugli  V.of them to. know that- in the-main  the feeling in tlie 'UnitoiUStatyrS  .towards Caiulda is mosi..friendly.  in fact,,aside from . scane  I'lii-iiOn  in pirrely. polit ica I   in;i I li-rs.   ihe  - rehitioiis 'are aiui.cahhd' VV'ir ha.v<;  niirl, many A.merica.ns   aiid   ha.yi-r ,'  yi.rllo hi'a.r ofllK-ir gi ving'lU.Prr-  a.nee to .<uc.li 'son,linn'iils , as   ex-;  pressed iii'i he, l\aii;di-s paper;  .''.'������*���    '���''��� '���'������ ':  i'hosir 'who are wailing' for th<-"  Activity in Great Noitheni Gonstruc-  v'; d   -.'      ",'.''���' tion;  -:������  ,.;Th'd Great: Northern c is'.,mak-  fi,ng.great.strides to .corral   business..    They ..are about' 'to-build a  branch   from .near   payenpori.  :j.Wa'��li.'.- uji the San Foil, river   to  [get the business of;the cahips of  j the kepiiblicand vicinity.":   Thc-  i line .of .the   Spokane  ..Eail.S:   iv  I Northern railway will be'ehang-  ��� ed li'om   Marcus'.    Wash.;   lo   go  j by way of": Kettle. Idi I Is.      jvetth-  : Falls, is on  the .(.'oliiinbia... rixer,  i.and a .fieefd.o'f sfi'aiiiei-s   will:-be |  : jiiii on to cov<d" the ilisfrict.vfor a i  j distance'of more than   7<.)   mile.-,. '  ;��� which'.ha.-s hn.hei'l'o b��en   withoni |  d.ra.nspor.tiitiOn     faci I il ii-s.d   .'Phe j  kectioir so Covered is ihe-  garden j  (,.spe)   of   Nurthern   W'asliingl.on.  'I I is a. region of   wonderful   pos  -  ���'sihilit.iirs.   ',   Mans-   line ,., ore hard-. '  are.oirlhe   hi! Isirles,   and    i| ��� ��� is |  second .only  lo   the.  famous   I'a  louse f.oiii) li-y as' a    wheat   growing section.'    . ���       .'i-  d     V    d   READ.  V '  ,        THE PROSPECTOR.     d  Groceries, Dry Goods,  Boots arid Shoes,  Hardware, Crockery,  Cf  Giant Powder, Fuse, Caps,  t  JESSOP'S STEEL f GENERAL STOCK OF  MINERS'     SUPPLIES  STO'CK   OF 'HAKDWAKE   TN   EAST'  Gonf eclef��j tion  Life    Association  TORONTO,   ONT., '  ssues an unconditional accumulative policy, which guar- g'ilj  'ft antces  extended  insui-ance  or a paid -np. policy after Two Up  �� years.      "Tt, is absolutely free from restrictions from date g  <{j of issuance, and ha.s but one condition, viz:  That the Premium Shall be Paid.  ���'or lurlhoi- informal inn ripply to iln.  lOl-ill ilJiOIII.  A. J  liunil  ollice. Toi-onl'o. or  ill  McDermot,,  FORT STFKUi.   U. (J.  PREMIER HOUSE  Wholesale Dealers In  Wines  s,  Liquors find  Cigars  K. J. HIGBYE. Proprietor  AliKNTS    FOR    SCllILIT/dS  McMillan Fur & Wool-Co,  4  proprietors'  Minneapolis/Sheepskin* Tannery!  Highest Prices Paitl  No Commission Charged  Immodiati  /^\   miNNtAHOLISyoHEEP  ^--   "^V*-#i^P?        Fxporioi  PCLTS A DAY.**"  orlors  N'orlhern  SHEEP CREEK, B: C..  ���   First-class Accommodation for Travellers.  E v c 1*3* t h i n ju    No \'v  he   AVindermere  Staye   Sto]>s  Hoth .CJoinii   and   Coininii-.  Fort Steele Meat -Company.  Roturns  :200-212TlRST  AVE  * MINNEAPOLIS,  |Shipments'Solicited.  Fresh and Salt 31 eats always  on hand.  Robsoii dSc Rogers^ Prop's  Riverside Avenue,       -       -      Fort Steele, 13^ Cd  ������ n  a THE PROSPECTOR. FORT STEEL.E.  B  <\. JUNE 17.  ]R)9.  ��he $Jx0&p2ct0*  SATLTUDAY\ .IL'NIC IT. 189S1.  How Canada is   Advertised  Abroad.  ,The Canadian Paciiic Railway  Oompuny 'has the   repiilation   oi  being a pretty   good  advertiser,  but   many  doubtless   would    be  surprised to learn that its publi  cations   are   put   to   uselul   purposes iu foreign hunts.     In a recent number  of  tho   Now   York  Outlook Mr.'   (5bo.    Keniian   ha.s  an hitcro.st'nitf article on the '���Regeneration of Cuba," in which is  ���  incidentally told how thoroughly  Canada is advertised   abroad   by  Ihis company.    Mr.  Keniian described    his,  visit    to   a    Cuban  school, in which   he   says:    "'At  .    -Ul Sagarra street,,, for  example,  J visited with   Major Barbour  a  ��� private dwelling where.' in two  rooms that, corresponded roughly  tO'the1 front and back parlor of  an American house,   there,   were  or crowded l<>l���boy.s, ,from six to  twelve .years of age, without  deslrs. le.vt.books or slates, and  almost  without   blackboards or  ��� .'suitable maps.    The principal of  i  this   school  was  an   intelligent  1 young    Cuba'rK    named    Ramon  -Martine/.,' a'graduate of the University of   Havana,   who   had in  ,his scanty library Mich books as  Wickersham's  --Methods of   .lu-  sCVuction," Sully's "Psychology  of Touching."  Froobel's   "Edu-  cation  )l'cMiin."   nearly   all   of  Herbert    Spencer's   works   and  the educational books of.Currie,  Sheldon   and   Pitch:   but   whose  whole teaching outfit..or plant if  I may so call it, consisted, of two  small blackboards,'a map of half  the world on , a globular   projection, issued as an advertisement  of the Canadian Paciiic Railway  , Company,   one-   worn,   tattered  ���copy of Ollendorff New,Method  of,Learning English.'' a few 'lo-  <.-ii.l�� buUerilies.    minerals ., and  -, shells of his own collection, half  . a. dozen kindergartcn'cnbes. pyramids,"* spheres,/.etc.,   of  glass,  -which he In id   bought  with  his  own money.' and a  small   assorl-  ni��ut*of second hand carpenter's  'tools.     With'the   single copy of  Ollendorf he  was  teaching   104  ft boys English, and  by  means of  .the Canadian Paciiic advertising  Chart'.he   was  endeavoring    to  make them acquainted with dhe  world "in   which    they    lived."  Canadian   Paciiic officials  claim  that no better maps, are ^needed  for  teaching   in   the  schools  of  Cuba or any other country  than'  those   issued''by   the  company.  The'one alluded to by   MY. Kenyan, shows the world on a proper  y.t.. ,        ^  scale   iind    is  not distorted,   as  some charts are,frequently liable  to be. and   being  on   Mcreator's  projection, is absolutely correct  ���Montreal Herald.  eouver Island before and   which  will place this mine as the  leading one on tho  island and   the  Alpha of the mining industry in  and around Alberni     This,  with  other, late  finds,  goes  to  show  that; wo are on the eve of a ljros-  perity   which   will   develop   the  various claims and   give  to   the  Jong waiting, grey haired  pros  pec-tor his   reward  for   patience  and hard labor.  Phonetic Spelling-.  "We like Ihe idea of simplified  spelling," say.s the editor of the  Perkins Junction Palladium.  ������Hut wo don't think we'could  over become,imed to writing, if.  ���He wawkt down the ile, lee.viil.g  the trax of his larj and muddee  shuezon the lloor. i. The mar.v  a,re\7iz/.ible yet'".  A new phonetic system of  spelling many words. ,devi.->ed by  lho National Educational association, is now in force iu Chi-'  cago'.s public schools. The Chicago Tribune feels called upon  to say: "Thoro reform 'wil not  be possible at wuns. but by the  ade ov the mr program the r-ata,-  log ov wnrdz the average boy or,  girl iz unable lo spel in such a  wa that the general publik rek-  oghi/.es them will be greatly in-  ci-eesed."  CANADIAN PACIFIC  RAILWAY  The daily service  ��� between    ...    r-,   .  Atlantic  and Pacific  by the  ���IMPERIAL   LIMITED  will b(j inaugurated on  18th   JUNE  The.Quickest time  bet ween  UNDERTAKERS  ^ EMBALMERS  MAGOS & ilUOHKS  . of Couinit'rru  HOOK.  iiijijjiJy .iirt-iKl*-ci ui  Centra  Oceaii  &*  , Windermere Notes.  '   ���    . Windermere. June 14.  The boats are now making regular trips arriving at Winder-'  mere Tuesdays^'and Fridays. A,  largiianiounl oI*freight is brought  in oach'trjp. On Friday last six  ])as.sengers came doAvn. ; ' j  1-1. P., Collett has returned J  from a trip to -Toby, 'creek  where he has been to look- after J  the liot-'Punch and o.lher mining,1  properties in which he is inter-'I  ested. < ' 'I  The new Hotel-Windermere is j  fast approaching completion and  will be ready' for the reception  of guests some time next wcoJcu  .The proprietor of Ilia "Lakeside  Hotel   is  making extensive  fni-  Cha'ngesdn the Goat"K.ivor,Division.  rrhe   Coat   river   niining division has been  enlarged   by  cuf-  ^ ting-oil';i ])orfion of the southern  'part of the1 Ain.sworlh   division,  and it is rumored that a part   ol  Ilie Trout lake  division   will   he  la,keii inlo the.  Ainsworfh  "divi-  V sion to make up this division.  The  new   mining   recorder   is  f, JE. Xr. Murjihy,  who  opened   his  office sil l\ uslianook on  the  I ."ith.  An Immense Ore Body.  An   Alberni,    V.    I.,   dispatch  says:    "'Wm. Morgan,   a   miner,  who has been working at Hayes-  Ciinip, brings the news  that on  iMfh, while working  on  a,  new  lead about li' leet from the  surface he put in a shot.     None  of  lithe debris  coining  out  he  was  nonplussed ancl upon   investigation found that the inner portion  ^of the mountain was hollow and  f formed  a  cave.      The   foreina.u  wits notified and upon a, thorough  'investigation il was found that a  reave existed some l."> by  feel  in width and height, depth un-  'known. A rope wa.i2'rocured aud  Morgan began to venture into  the cave, going in some Id or .">()  feet disclosing to him one of the  grandest sights.     Tie  beheld a  prbvemeiits in the house, adding . several rooms and other  preparations lor the expected  rush. y       ��� \b  Johnson'A Santo are doing a  rushing business, and R. A.  Kimpton is also catching on to,a  goodly share, of the outfitting  trade. '  Tt is rumored about town that  as soon as school closes there  will be a lwedding. Who tho  happy couple are was not' learn-,  cd.  1    MlJVMiNC!  xotkh.  Mr: Hrown is reported to have  made a rich strike on Cold creek  opposite Windermere. ' No particulars were ascertained except;  that  the  ore   was  copper  Carbonates      carrying      a      large  percentage of copper, way-up in  silver and one-half ounce in gold.  The   Derby   Development  Co.  are adding several  men  to  the'  working force  of 'the Swansea.  1 (.' is said, that the properly never  appeared better than at the present time.  The owners of, the Delphine  are progressing with the development of that properly, and are  now down \27> feet. The ore at  that depth is better than at any  other point and'with greatly increased values. Seven men unemployed in ihe work.  A large number of prospectors  and mining men are coining inlo  the country from all  directions.  ATIILICMAK.  ��� lames McKay's saw mill is  now completed, and sawing lumber will commence as soon as  the logs arrive, which are daily  expected.  A number of prospectors are  making their headquarters a.l.  Alhlemar and outfitting to go  into the hills.  Edgar Small, formerly of  Cranbrook- is located here.  Lake it Ou. (hi1 pioneer merchants are doing a good business.  It now fakes threo clavs to get  Ocean  across the .  American   Continent  l Express service via'  Crow's Nest Route to  Kootenay  Country  POUT STEEL!-: ,  Ji;xOTrox to Toronto in 7." hours  " .     to Montreal in 7t)     '���    ��  '    y1        to New York in 91     ���'  ���'        to   Coast    in   2  ���'' (|     ui  Nelson   in JJJ    "���  ������    ���   to Calgary in ���    ������   '  Winnipeg to the-East via Lake  ' Route in 60, Hours.  t   i  Improved   Service   on ��all   local  o lines.-    ��     '' ''  Excursion  Tickets to all points.  Apply foi; iiarlicular- lo W. .\l. _Mi-  l.'eod. <���'it.\ I'iL-Msnyfr .\f>uiit. -4-JS .Main  Street, (oppo-ite Pohlolticu).' .1. -S.  (''ai-iur. Depot Ticket'Aiiont. or to* '  ROBERT KERR,  '< Traffic Manager;, ���  c �� -Winnipeg.  NOTICE.  1 liirrcljj civc notice lliut thiilj il.'.y- :iivv  date I lutcnd to applj to tlie Chief Coniini-.sidn-  i*r ol Lund- jikI Win k- Victou.i. it. ('. lor permission lo jjuuhitM: luc'following piece of un-  occupHd -jikI uiur-ei ved Crown Louis situ.ileii  on Wild Iln* sc ci eule adjoining tiie Ctunuiirj^s'  Ijlnck 1-07 Oiouji I, uboul two miles fiom Foil  Sicclc. llL'^'iiiniiiLr iit tlie southwest, corner,  'liLiice HJcn.iins cist, tiience **) ilium- north.  ibciii'CNicliii.us uc-,1, ilicm-c Wi cliiiins -.niith.  tlicnco lollov.nift lu'iil. of Wild Horse creek for  Ilie uesl line lo iJoinLof I'onijiicnccrnciii., Oon-  tuiniiii.' in .ill .l-'Oricres moie or less  H. I.  AMMIJ.  Dim <i ,il I'oi l Steele. H  C.  Oils r.'7ili n.-ty ol  -May. Ibii'A ' ' :S-:.'7  '    STRAYJED.  Ki-iuu ihu ranuli of tliu nmlur-iifiiii'il.  al Siv.niMiii. (in 2"\)i .May. oiiu cow. ton  ywirs old. (juo ljoi'ii sonicwliat -hoi'ti'r  Ui.in ilio oilier, hud when she left  Swansea a. .small new bull ultaclicd in  neck by M.rap��� color ii^tit rod."  Any pi-i-sDii liin-boi-ino. .sjiid aninntl  unless ii(tvoi-ti~in�� Uie sirac will be,  pro.seciiled.  ,     ' ' XI. J. TIJUNKJi;  H. W. DREW,  Proprietor  Fort Steele.  Tlie  R. G. SHIER,  yilOl'lilETGll.  Fort Steele.  NEIDIG  BRO'S.  CONTRACTORS -and BUILDERS  * i      i  nOUSi; .\N1) SIUX l-"AfM'I'lNO  CAI.O'IMlNf.VCi .1R(1 I'AI'EU  IIANOl.Vl.  FORT STEELE.  B.  C.    ��  jisj'"    All   work promptly clone.  Is a lar^e nnd Attractive Hotel of Quiet Klegnrtcc in all  '      ks,.Appointments, wiilr ;i Cusine of Superior ,  JCxecJIence.  'LARGE   A^Q .COMMODIOUS  COMMERCIAL MEN.  SAMPLE   ROOMS   FOR  HOTEL    WINDERMERE  oWLNlJEliMKlJH, 11. (.'  J'. A. STODDARTj   PROP.  Tlier Fine.-i ��� Hutel   in'Kasl,   Kooienay  Everything New  0 Cuisine Unexcelled  ovnin.ooKixu   ,\viNiiKinii;i(K    ukk |  PINE    SUMMER    RESORT  Good   , Hoatin��-     arid   , Fishing  Everything New. First Ciass and up to date.    '  In Every Particular.'  HEADQUARTERS   For Travellers 'and Mining Men.  RESTAURANT   OPEN   DAY   AND ��� NIGHT.  HUGH   WATT,, M.   D., 'G.[ M*  The,Money Some>"Men Make.,,  I'dRST Man:' --Hello Hill, wha't, arc  von driviii"- al. lliu.sp da vs. vou. -ccui , io  bu on iliu iiiniji all ilio limu und walk  ris thoiiyli ,\on brill importiiuL biisiimss  on bund."  Si-X'O.vi) Man: --Well. lliolai-iN.  Jack, u little prosperity puts tlie tlriv<>  in a man. 1 have: struck :i position at  lasl,. alter :i your ui hard hick, whieli is  punning nut !ir.st.-raie."  t'lHS'l'. Max:''' "Well, that's your  luck, tor I am doinj; niiolity 1 il tie these  days.    Hut what have you struck'-"  Sue rtf Max: "I have taken a hook  ii��iiiu:y fijoni 'I'he Ib-adley-lTiirretson  Company Limiti'd of Brantlord. Out.  They have been at me for months Io  I ciiiiva^. Inn I laufjhod at tije idea, and  ixt hist they made me a good oiler, so 1  thought I'd jrive it a trial. J have been  at the work now two months, and 1 like  it Mr.st-i-ate. and am "iiinj.' to stick to  it. "  ' Idi.-.-s-r Man-: ������Say Hill, do you think  T could do the work, lor J saw the advertisement ol thU /inn yesterday, for  more men."  SiroXu Max: "I don't, see why you  could nol. hut, write and ^;et them lo  make you an offer."      ,  fiHST   Max:     "Thank.s old   num.' i  will, and I'll lei you know hdw it lurn--  out."  WANTED I I  ''ive  youiif;   men   lo travel. �� ho would  not nln'ri'l   -ilendiny   ]jart   ol their  lime at canvassing.     I telei-ences.  Bradley Garretson Co., Ltd.  Hhanti-'oku. o.vr.  CoiotiillHtinii und  S/iirial Prvctici  Onlij  OFFICE   HOURS-I   -TO   3   P.M.  1ST ^'itilit  eaib  ,-liould   ^o   to   Dr.  Brodie.  ^4lr&&&^&^&^&��&~i&*Jte.&LJiL��i.&i^z.��i.*i. -��i '*'iL*' ���������' ���������  ���jt ,,..,��,t. ,t. ,,. ,e,,%,s.t, >t. ?��?r��rr��y^-^r?<r-^%r?,T?fr?#r'?tr-r(?-^TTjr"vrTJr  IJp To Date  Ooo. S  Md'aitur .1. A  jluriuy  ��     HARVEY & McCARTER  Borristir.i.   Solicitors. ' NoLo.i it a   I'nlihr,.  Con i fyanci r.i rlc.  POitT  STKHUC. M.  (J.  . KllVKI.STOK" H ST.VI'lil.V .-llld (.-OI.UI3X  COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY      MADE.  f  it  �����?  i��i  �������  ft  ���!���  0"  *  i*i  In   Kiich.iincl   Kvory   DofHirtnium   of  tht>  Kii^iiio.-ss  LEADERS    TO 11   ,THK    XKAV    VKAK  Einc ToikitSoiqis     ,  fmportud Pi;rfumes    "  Toilet Prc!])ar!itions  ,    Webbs Conf.'eotii'inorv  Hair Brushes  .   ,        Tooth lirnshe.s,  Xiiil Hnishus  STRICTLY ' PURE ' DRUGS "' '  ijt    Complete    Range   of   Patent  i'i  4 E. Jd WALSH, C. E.  .m  i'ax ^nr  K.  T. H. TAYLOR. C. E.  PROVINCIAL   LAND    SURVEYOR  l-'niiiioilv un ciiiinuviitij; "-I.HT nt ncii.nt.-  ��� nuill l{.lllw.l\s .Hid l .tual-. I .lll.iil:,. ;oi(i ):H<;  Dii-cclorol tin- HubJic W'oi-l.s Ocpui-iniciu of  the Li'i'ward I'Cliiniis.  SUKVKV.S. J'l.AXS. KSTJ.MATKS .\SD  KKl'Oirrs for .Storay-e l!o��.ei-voir.s. Filter Heid. W'aler Works. San ii.-it ion.  Sewerage and Land Drainage. Irrigation. Public KuiiiImiihi liridiii-. L.-iil-  WJiys. Tiannvavs Arc,  Medicines  ijf Try a Bottle of Vin Mariahi.        Try a Jar of Ontario Honey i��  QLWLITV  AMI ('b.MI-'LK'I'KXK.SS KVKKVWIl ICUI-:  i��i  '�����  i'i  -������>  ���&  ���������<  i'i  ������  '�����  ������  i'i  ������-  ft  i'i  ���**  -���'  "������  i'i  i*i  �����-  ���*v^  Pioneer Druo Han ���s?EBLB  Ottawa, Ontario and  Fort Steele. B. 0.  ^u rvey-^  Mines, i-ie  ot   Mineral    claims.   Ko.nl-  U'l.N'DI'MI.MMlit:.   K   C.  Teli'ur.iidiic .iddress:  WALSH, or  \ W'.V.  *���*  A.   W". BLEASDHLL,  <-"J'"iduaio Ontario CUleL-c ol I'hanu.-ti  KIMPTON   &   PITTS  WIXDI-RMfcRK & DOXAIJ)  General Merchants  Mining suDDiies a Specify  .Minors iioipo  sua in<i tun  norlliwanl \ ia ('anoe'Ivivor K'otit.- nil  convonieiiec to proeiiro their  hi,r��?e l)od.y of ore .sni'.h as never |aiI j,n,SW(!1- i��� a loiter from  Cran-  has been found or seen, on ������Van-1 brook, only twelve inilcsclistant.  St. John's Church of Eus'lnnd.  IJivinu service will be held in  St. John's church at 7. '10.  Strano'ors welcome.  Sunday school at id.'ld j>. in.  All the ehildreirinvited:  ill|l]llli'  find il ,-i hir:  nt   D.uiiild.  soli-; .\<,:f\ts  lor  NOTICE.  IX   'I III. < OtW'TV COITUT l>|.-   Kill i'i'KN'.W  llOl.nnv AT |-oi;r >TK|,;u.;.  (mi in in- ij-h'i i  Iii  tin-  niiii'ri   (,r John   lii>ms  U il-im .li -  ('���    !-��� (I  .lllli   111   Illi'    lll.lllll     <>f    ||K'        (1|>||���.||    Ail-  iiiiiu-ii it'ns .li , ii.ii.ii un imii iI.m ��r m i\  ihi''  l    pull       II .Kllll/       till-      llllll.l, II-      ,,|      |   |   ,M|,  Willi.iill' ,iiicl .Iiiim s I'-i u u-ini Ami-l miii/- il i-  (lldl'llll      III.II      .IJlllii's       |.'(.|Ki|-,,j,      \|i|l-ll.ill>'  imnl.il   Nil.'iiiiiisii.iiin f>,i Hie I'nuiiiv nl Kii,i|( .  II II        'l.lll In     \lll'lllll-1l,llii|   ,.|  ,l||    Mill -III.  ill.li  l!i"- I- ��� ImlK l-.iml i n-ilii-  ni    IhImi   l.i'iu-.  Wll-ini ill,' I ,l-i il    .Mill  III. II   |1,is   III III r   In.    ,���||,_  hslii*il iii Inn > im-ti ntitc ni-i'Klv i ���ui'- or  Hie  i'i"1 iii'i'im   .i ni'rt-n.i|ii i jiiiiiii-iii'ii ,ii  r,i,t  >|icli.  in Un f'uuiiH ol l\-(.nii'ii.iy.  i^iil .1. ,\   h'OIM.V .1.  I 'K diiiiis .mil iiilici   el.inn,ml-  -Imulil   in,.  Iii.-ir.lliiil.i- .villi.I   I'-. Ariiitiimii!.', Ulllclill   All- i   . , ,      ....       ,-��� .   ., ,, _     ... .  iiiiiii.-tiiitor.iMii.sii'ii^.li.e. ��i.V;i 1 Agents at Windermere for the California Giant Powder Co,  e  Canton   Steel  Company  W'liwlcrni"),., Ciihl,.,, ;,���,| |),���i;ij(j  .MiniiiL; l)i\ ,-sions. THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B C JUNE 17. 1S1W.  @Dhc 3Jx&&pzxt$x  SATCKD.W. .UWK17. ].V>;>.  Of Interest to Miners.  The  gold   first'   found   which  eventually leu to 'the  discovery  of the Coins-took lode at Virginia  City, Nevada, was found by Win.  Prou.se. May 1">, lS."io, who washed out a few specks of gold with'  a   milk   pan  from   yravel   on   a  stream named by the discoverers  Cold creek or Cold canyon. The  placers yield from $4  to  *."i  per  day to each   man.   ' The canyon  )va.s   worked  towards   it-   head,  and in the winter of lS."iS-oi)  the  vein   afterward.-,   known   as   the  Comstoek   -was    di-covered  ���James Finny   (who  wa,->   known j(j  as   "Old   \'irginny" i   and   three  Others: bur. although thi\-e inon  made   locations,   the   value  and'  character of the   lode .were   not  recognized.   "This wa-  on   CoiJij  should Hirow out rock l<  bottom or near it. Low g  powders when used in sut'licient  qualities, till the drill hole to a  point so near the top that it uf-  lords insuinoient resistance and  the collar is blown oil, leaving a  considerable length of hole.  's,,::;;;jFort   -Steele  {  Ex-Governor Mackintosh Talks,  lioii. Chas. U. Maekiuto.sh arrived  at   the  Windsor, recently  lroin a .several weeks sojourn  in  Loudon,   having  come  over   lo  .Vew York in the Oerman   liner,  ihe Kaiser l-Yederiek,  says   the  Montreal Oazotte._ The ex-Coventor of the Noi-tlTwest Termor-1  io?!. who is in the best oi   hoallb, j  stated tluit he had been  in   Lou- j  'yjilon in coimeotion with the 15. A. I  that mininii  company   which!  lias invested ^.o much   capiial   inj  British    Columbia,   and, secured ,  control ot some of the boM   inin; j  [iilii    propel ties    iii    the    Paciiic ���  i      i r i >  rewmg  FORT STEELE,  B.  C.  MANUI-'ACTiniKliS      and      BREWEL'.S    01''    HLYTKA    FINE  AGHINERY  COMPLETE    PLANTS  Ready for prompt Shipment L\T OUR ROSSLAND WAREHOUSE  BOILERS  HOISTS  PUMPS  BUCKETS  CARS, WHEELS  and AXLES  BEER-  sold   BY   THE  ^  Dfi.lV IVwL  PORTER  KEfl   OR   "BOTTLED  Jjoltled beer for luuii'U' use n specialty  ���oviiuv  .Mr. Mackintosh -tart-  M  Wire Rope and Supplies  compressors .m  Drills  Write,for Estimates and Catalogues  JEBCKES MACHINE GO.  Hill.  Th  di^covi  wnu-nl^j ,,ui, in an-wer to several que  created the rush, to YvVshoe. how- ���tu,1,:,i ^jiji ,j���. hopeful.statement ' (i>id'l\Sl l)K CRUKRS (.' 1VKN STIIlCT ,.��� I'KOML'T ATTENTION  o  that never before in  the   history,  the t-mipire hav,e Canadian at'- '  ill's been -..) wnll   understood  at  lonoK a> ai the present time, and '  ever. was made by   Patrick   McLaughlin and Peter   O'KUev   on  O ' ' '  .rune". ]���?."'.���. wh.-ii they   located if,,  on, what   afterward  b<_>ca,i'ne   tin  Ophir mine.    They micovered in j, ilt. >;vuu. nii��-ht be said in regard  a small hole, dnys for a reservoir.", l() ytlL. niiueral resources ol the,  "to catch water   for   rocking  the   i),)IU;,nOU,    Alter speudiiiir, sonlo  decomposed quartz. - a r vein <->f;tiuu- in Kiiii-Liud and coming in  'black siil}>hide of -:li-er   rici.   hi contact with the- Kmi-li   invest  gold.    Comstbck put   rt   an  up- ymiZ iHlblie he believes that  Urit  pear;i,nee.   and.   'recownizinii   ihe  -^j,   cv��iuijubia   is   now  destined,  value of the  discover-.-.   <dninr.ee:  they wt-re working- on his rtiucli.  and forced the 'miners   to   iocate  SATItJEACTION GUARANTEED r����&��&  BOX 812  I  CANADIAN RAND DRILL CO.  ROSSLAND,    B.'-C  l\ M.'aIENDENIIALL, Manager,  HANSON.. 1  Gejieral /Viesrclfaait-it  L/iqwor1 Dealer*.  AMD  Sick' i& Williams, prop's.  ami in in.' very near muire ;u  that, to'-become the most important JieitL for  inininir   enterprise  ��WDIi9HUr~ *  :-ifc  South'  o   Mr. !  him iu.    Thruiiirh. tin-   rhe   vein  um|er ti10 Jjnii&h   flag,  became  known    as    Corn.stoqk'sUlrica   wa'k~ mentioned  jnine   atirl   Jater��  the   Conistock  .Mackintosh a--a .stron.n  compel-1  lo<L'. ! , j itbr to   Canada,   but   ho> replied!  Ore received at custom smelters; that more than ordinary caution!  come from many mines in many ' wa- being evineeiLreirarding tho,  districts, usually, and are   made ' South African stocks.'anil  that  CARLIM   & DTJRIOK  ���Maiiufactiiiror of all Kinds of Lumber.       A large assortment of seasoned Lumber and Shindies always  DJ .MENSJ ON  on hand.  LLdMBKIi '   A  'SPECIALTY.   ,      =3  tlir   unsettled 'condition  of   the  Transvaal   had   contributed    to I  bringing about tlie state,of things ;  wli'icl'dlie had. predicted.    President   Kruger  and 'his ' methods  had made,the  English capitalist  bed   is! ditliclont. and as  nearly  all  the,  vSlicos' Australian mines had been taken  tire cu.f or dug:  off   vertically  so j up,  Canada   vvould   undoubtedly!  aslo'get its proportion   ol   each   become  Ihe   Mecca   of  'English  layer and the sample reduced  to | and   foreign   investors.      Kofer-  proper ipiantity is  analyzed   for | niio- to,the cablegram printed, in  silica, lime, iron, lead and  other,! ihe Canadian papers a few days  up of a great variety of ores.  These are run, through rock  breakers and crushing , /oils,  sampled and then .spread out iu  layers'in a lariio bin. One consignment after another, is thus  Laid down until the on.  several feel in thickne.--  GENERAL  Fort.���  Steele,  Sole Agents for the  MERCHANTS  < t  Ee'st  Kootenay.  Canton Steel  I      WftSfl,-.: ��� B.G.  DON'T    FORGET  COMPANY  minerals as well as gold and .silver, etc. The ore in'I his parfic-  "'ulai'bin is Hien sent to the fur  naces with the addition of such  Mux as is required, if any at all.  and the lot receives uniform  treatment. The ores in an adjoining" bin may have' a some-  dvhiit different composition and  will be treated accordingly.  Smelters very rarely, treat separately ti "balch" ol ore from a  single mine. .. The mininmum  percentage of lead contained.. in  a charge of ore is only limited  practically .by economic consid-  at'ious.  .since. foreshadowing certahi  changes in the M. A. C. Mr.  Mackinto'sh'.said that changes in  tho organization of the company  wore in contemplation, but nothing of a nature' to effect tho  stuck, tie also alluded to the  splendid positional' Lo Koi slock  on the "London market and said  lie would not be suprised^ to see  Lo Woi reach ten or twelve  pounds ���por share during- the  coining fall. This, as a matter  of course, would have the effect  of inspiring conticlcnce in Canadian mines all over the iinancial  world.     The   interviewer   then  Tii'rs STEKL/is guaranteed'to be erptaMo Jossop's 'or .Firths in all  ' I-Iakd Rocic Work. ,-.   ",��� '.       '       .    '     L    '  uea'r the surface which interfere  with the sink'nnr of a shalt may  sometimes be overcome  by   con-  lleavy Hows of water at or ' inferred to the recent rise in Anaconda, and this brought out Ihe  fact that the ex-Lieutenant-Cov-  ernor had an exceedingly' high  strucfing ti structure ol planks j opinion of thocopper ore depos-  haviug a, -pace between which i- jits of British Columbia. Here  tilled with clay, tamped down. J are. in fact his exact words, ut-  This will shut out the water and j tercel after an extended exper  sinking may be continued. As-ieiice ancl daily contact with ex-  the excavation grows, deeper the,; ports of the very liisrhest charac-  planks must be driven down lojter. 'T have reason to believe"  koe]> up with Ihe pro<rre-s The he,-aid. "that we have copper  system of lorepolinii and breast oro deposits in the Uounclary  boards is described in a juiblica ��� envk country and in the l^tisi  lion issued by the State .YTininir Kootenay disirict'tiiai will qnad-  Hnre.ui of Calilnnna, l>wlletin ' rtiiiie the percenltiire of values  Xd   -j jiossc-s.-ed by ilie Anaconda.   Not  The   quantity   o:   rock    which ' '"'W-  ff <-��'��rw.   bul    I   believe  mav Oo broken by ;i iriv.-n qiiaii  litv of powder depends upon tin  hanlne.s   of   ihe   ro, k* and    ihe'" f-T'-at deal   ol   Pritish   capital  Soli-; Arm:  ".'Crow's Nest Goal company;  Giant Powder GoniDanu.  SOLK    A'GEN'I'S  Mining  Supplies  a Specialty.  W  E  A  S  S  , iliov" are there all the same."  ������Then there will  be   no doubt  GREAT  Northern  Railway.  Tin; sl'kvicvor'k chain ma ok it tiik siioutkst   ,  tu.vxscpxtjxknt.u. uou'i'].;.  fl  i- tlie i.uo-t  tiioilorii in i-riiupniont: it  is the lu'iivio-l rullcril line;  it  b;u- ;i rook-ballast  roailbocl: it, i-i-o-ses no .sand deserts-; it, u-iis   >niilt  'without, a land ni-.iiit or jiovi'i-inneiit aid: it. is noted for courtesy of iU  etii])lo\-e-: it, is t.lie only line -i-rvinu  ineaL-im the a la ein-te. pl.-ni.  TlinoL'till  TIN-'. CliAN'DKST Sl'KNKKY  IN AM l-:UM(.:A  1!V   DAYI.ICMT.  Kor  t'Oirr .S'l'KKLI-: and  t.lie KAST k'OOTKNW V -M I N KS. Weekly  Staiie   I rom  Kali-poll.    Steamboat, coniinund-iitions lroin .lenninij.s  dnrinu  Hunimer.    <v)uicU-e.st  and  I So.st, rotile tnall  part- ol  the United  ^tale.-.   l-'.a.stcri) I 'anada and  Idtrope.    ,  Im>i   maps, tickets and eoinpleie iiiforniatinn call or adilre-.-  neai-e-t  .-inent, or  The Steele House  First   Class   Brands   of  Liquors   and   Cigars.       Head-'  quarters      for     -Mining      Men.        Commodious  Sample    Rooms.        Best   Cuisine, iii   the'  ', West.       Modern   Conveniences.  Home'   Comforts.  D. McNeisli  Proprietor.  Commercial Hotel  ^ *  T'TCITnrxo.Y.lioni-i'.i!  A-i-nl.  Spokane    Wa-h.  IdLWIirrXKY.  (.'. I', and   T.A  SI. I'.ml.   Minn.  Baker Street, Cranbrook. B. C.  Conducted   on   the   European   Plan  WELL ' APPOINTED    CLUB    ROOMS    ,  a  Hcst     Wines     and     Liquors     at      the     Bar.  i-liai-;u-tei-oi the-i-Mund. v\ l.i^ther  ^"inniir   into    I'.n  tin- veaid'"  lirili.sh    Columbia  ������liloclcy  in..    !:-;>  or    nut.    al.-o  lijion    tin  pOllllIU'.'-      the  o1    hol'es      A  nol     a I way-,  ee.sslul   bla-t.  in  ji-liionr     i,i--cii    in ���  hole       or      --eries !  ,!���(     ol      powd.'i       u,.'d.' -'There   c-ruonly    will    be    a  b>,l.    more   than   anvtlihnr   eN,;/-'-'<'":. 1 mans  e> pei 1 s  and   repre.-,-  n-cd    m i'-uliitive-.   oi    h'adinu    inve.-itors  soul oni thi-. var. and I have no  loud    rej.oil   d,^e-   <!">ibt  as io the tni predion-   they  slLinljv      ,,     ^,K.  ' will loi in oi lho i-oiinlr.v      'I hose  rrhe   reverse   ,ft ' u Im ra mo oni  I,is, year math' re-  ilMliillv the ease. ;i liilllUod reporl    l'"''> "'  a nl"sl    sa I islarlo|-.V    llil-  .,-enera.llv i.ldirafes that the ,,ow-d"1'''-     I " iacl. .they were enfhus-  uisdone its vvorlc well. ���    . -.  ��� iasti.: over t he resources ' ol   the  Province, and  all   this   Lo'iyhs;.,l:o  i lei'  Wliere rock is very hard  mini i  .st.ronirtl'ien dour    position   as   a,  "���rade oovvcler shoulrl be u.sed   in     , .   .    -. .   . .. ���  ,, .-i mi'   i-   d        r L^reiit. mineral country,  smaller cptautity.     Ihe force  of I r ���  Ilie powder is'then well down to-  "" read.  vrnnrthe bottom (;f the hole, audi THE. PROSPECTOR.  "MUNSON' NO. 2."  The Best   Writing  Machine  tin:   ONLY  gf      INTERCHANGEABLE  ~v STEEL TYPEWHEEL  Kli.!��'iinl.ly   lllnstirated   ('alalu^ii'e  ��� ���'   '  '   free.    '������. . ��� ���   ���".  #ft^&3lUfcfc&JKfcfc^  Address Edgar  A. Hil], Manufacturer,,'94-96Wendell Street, Chicago  M  THie  Qi4eoi^9js Motel.  Two Gommodlous Sample Rooms tor Gommercial Men  ii.\(;(j.\c;i.; transkkiikkd id;i-:i-:  HOT if  COLD BATHS  BATES Si.' /'Eli DAY.  J. 6. Greene, Proprietior.  GOUDBN, 13. C.  'm  m  vi  "e.l  n  :Mm$^%wm^^%^^ THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. C .TUNE 17, 1 F0S��.  ��t��  ��!*   ��f��  *ft*  *���*  ������*   *���* *9'  ��#*  *C*  *������*  *������"   ��������'- *$"���  *���* *$���"  *f*   'J*    *���.**   *r*   *f*   **"   *#,������   *��*   *#>   *���*   *���"   '���f*    *f*   *���?   *fi��   "<v*  -it*   *t*   ��#*  ��fl*  *t*  *���*  *���*  ������*- ���!'  ���#��- *���*  ��4*   >  4K�� �����%�� ���*���?�� ��F�� .*>> ���?��� ��> ������> ������*���- ���J* ��7�� *��>*.  ^f> *#.��  <���.���* flf.�� -:** '#.<��� *f* *fr* *#.* *#.* *|* -**  1 ' o " fl  Rich Placers on Wild Horse, Brewery and Fisher creeks.     Since 1864 $25,000000  in gold lias been taken  out of Wild Horse.  Sole   headquarters   for   Tracy, Wasa, Lewis, Wolf, Wild Horse, Maus   aiid Lost  creeks.    The highest grade ore camp in B. C.  o -, l  Head Of NaVWOD On tlie Kootenay River d  o Daily Stage between Fort Steele and the Junction  The  Objective   Poirit  of  The KOOTENAY & NORTHWEST Railway, also  Th  hoice resident and business lots 30x99 from $100 to $250.     Easy terms  titles guaranteed.;':;P  -E^:M^lBiic>ti  JR.?    JL^a     JL ,  0LMy AGENT,  STEELE, B  m 'J1}IE PROSPECTOR   FORI  STEELE,  B. C , JUNE 17. 1800.  The-Canadian Bank oi GommerGeisH^SifE  (HEAD OFFJCE TORONTO.)  F��aid     ��p    Capital     $6,000,000.  '�� Ho.v. (Jko. A. Cox,  l'i-<.\siii<;!it. ' i:. id  \V ir,;;Ki(. (li-n. M.m  Sterling Exchange Bought and Sold.  f.London Agents~-~The Bank of Scotland.  CRANBROOK BRANCH,  J. VV. H. SMYTHE, Manager.  mxz Qxtyzmctox. i C!uo,*e LevMSWur"OUP ,,ri,v  lloud<iiinrler.s J'or fisliingtaokle,  in ino nil gl;is.se,s, compasses, spectacles    All now *;oods.  A. W. Bleasdell.  Thoina.-s ��� McVittie returned  from Boulder creek on Tuesday  owning where ho had been to  survey tho I>i<_�� Chief "roup of  mines.  The billiard tournament w'hich  has been goiaig on at the Kootenay Club for sometime, was won  by A, ('.''Nelson, playing against  .\1. Beule. The scon'; was 7-1 to  100 Mr. dVelson having beaten  all of the crack players of the  club now holds, the club .eliiun-  piduship. , <-  OF  WINDERMERE  Is now on the market and LOTS are  0  for Sale.  WINDERMERE is the MOST IMCTUKESQ'JELY sirnated town in the ENTIRE EAST KOOT-  SATUKDAY.  JUNK 17. Irfdil.  LOCAL NEWS NOTES.  K. J. Higbye has opened a hotel at tho crossing of Shbep creek  on the Windermere road, The  house is named the Premier.  Mr. Higbye Avill sec to it that  the wants of travellers are attended to.  r  ,��Havo   vour   lite  injured   ui'lh  i newly appointed justices  of  the  ' Peace for Fernie. was in iho cityV  on Thursday ^    |     F. C. K��un loft   .Montreal   last j KN A v   IMNTWICT.  --- "    | Monday lor Fort Steele  Now   i.s ( the .time    to    in.sure;  against mountain   fever  and   t.y j     The lnrgo.Nl .slock ot spectacles!  phoid.    Only  $:!  ;i year and you'in tow n at Cuimd. '   *��� ]  Kern!''   "   UV(k       "M'' A" ,!��5l,l'',j,   MJs:, i,,.���,.,,.������',, y���I1|lt��� i.1..���, I't'OM'MMIA.        11 wil! be the PW INC'IPAL COMMERCIAL, SOCIAL.and   RA1LKQADCENTER  -   - [brook op   professional   business.  Rev. Oeorge E. Smith litis been j  appoinlod to the Kort Steele and,y   The County Court will  l,iold   ^ ' >  Cranbrook   M,   E    churches   by' sittiim at   KoVt  Sle<<le couiniencd '��� ' '    '  the Ci.ufiM-MUMV iin-thei'iVth insl. , ' THE SUPPLY, POINT for HORSE TI71EE. TOUT, DUTCJJ,  LAW, HOULDER ,aud NUMBER  Situated as it is in the CENTER ofthe HRHIEST GRADE MINERAL  PELT of BRITISH  ! of North East Kootenai'.  Trv Kersh.aws'  now   fresh  tor   now   iresii(     }|. ]). Trilus of l'Vrnio0Uas re I'p-\vo Creeks  'tho Confederation Liir  A^socia    fruit.'   new   candies,    new   .nits, i crived his appohmueni as police^    - ' '    '.'  tion. the only company that   is   new butter, new laid eggs, home | magistrate- and   coroner.     The  sues an unconditional   accumulative policy.    oA. L. McDermot i>,  agent.  baked bretul, cakes  and   pies   iu j people of Pernio are to   he   con  irreai, variety.   Wu also sell Cnli-jgratulated (  upon   thi.s' appoint  tneni.  fornia cider and \\ ines  - , *'    '    (1Hi-:nky Kkusiiaw.  The Port Stele fool bail team ',,."_:' ,    [     There w\[\   iK.   Methodist   ser- !  went to Cranbrook on Saturday'' The Cranbrook people are, rice iu the Presbyterian cluircli ���  full of enthusiasm and a detenni-dnaking elaborate preparations j tomorrow oven'mgat 7:'ic o'clock. J  nation lo wi,po, the Cranbrook J for ,t lie celebration of .Dominion 'Tiie service will be conducted by I  teaniofrom the face of the earth. ! day. aud il promises to be the,,! the Rev.' (i. E. Smith.. S.' T. L~. '  Souiehow.il! tbe souffle our boy-,.greatest,i-elehniiion ever held in- who has been recently appointed !  were not in it and the Cranbrook ; EaVr Kooienay. Fort Steele , to the Port Steele arft'l Crunbrook |  team  did   the fivipuig.     Anothi',-1 will be wc-li  represented, every- ��� mission. ���   '  game i.s now   bein��   arranged to' one who can i.-ave town   will   be!     r    -      "   '        id       d.   .      ���  take-place at Cranbrook on.J ulvltliero.    ��� ,'     t'   is, nuuorod  hero   I hat    the  Isb vind a' t;eturnnirame 'on   the; ' .     -- ! miners ;tt the St.   Eugene   mine  grounds of the  Port Steele Athletic Association on- the   Fourth  their   watches   i-epair-U   at   Joe , ro t.on.0r,]lolui ^i(h (he reduction  laenhau-er s.   ��� , ~     ' . <���  -.of time.    As a .consequence  one  Large Lots  Wide Streets  TERMS  of July. The. Fort , Steed e boys  desire1 to "extendi tljeir thanks  and appreciation of tlie kindness  1 and courtesy extended to them  by Ihe people ol Cranbrook. ancl  especially ly Mr. Small, proprie  lor of, the Cosinojjolitau hotel,  who furnished the free lunch free  dinner,  olc.  Photograph Cameras al. Cann's  i\  ,  United States  Senator Turner  �� "of Spokane,   win  Prospectors  and   miners   will, have uone out. not being willing  save time and money by  having'to accept the reduction of wages  i large  delegation juf i'1'-   ljiK  producing   mines   of  Inhere iu  of,hotel men in   Fort   Steele  on j East   Kootenay   will   be  .closed  the Kith, drawn hither by mutual, down" in conformity witll.the op-  interests--the securing of licenses for their respective houses, i  They wen- Here from Fernier,  Cra'nbrook. -Movie and other,  points. ' . !  erations of the eiyhl hour law.  Items From Fernie.  - '       , "Fernie. Juno l."i.  'Fifteen car-loads of coke' valu-  If voir want Fire. Life or' Ac- ;ed at'^L.'iH) passed through the  of Spokane, who ��� is- largely ui-|cidon't' insurance, or a profitable Customs at this place in two days  I crested in; the Sullivan group investment; for sr, a'inonth, call | ^ '^^ ^ whic]] was /f)1.  ol   mines,    is  expected   to' visit on  M. A. Heale.        , ,   , ' < ,     ..        '   ,    < ,,  Fort Steele before Ion-. <-        ' - ,  '' : the Northport s.uellorf  PRICES RANGE FROM  $25.00  FOR FULL PARTICULARS ADDRESS . '   :'  H. P. COLLEXT  $200  'plnvalid watches and clock's  lyilh chronic la/iiu'ss can be cu'r-  >ed at the watch hospital - so Joe  Tacnhaiisersavs. *  .Atleiiiion  is  calied   io  the ad-  vorliseiuonl of   Ihe   East   ICoole- i over Ihe   town   ot   Fernie.  Alteii'.ion is called   to   tho   ad-j     The new Grand Forks smelter  verfisenient of E/C.  Miller whoUviH    probably   use   the   Fernie  has opened  tip ,the   Por.t   Sieelo'   ,. '.i.,,.. 0<- ,.r,\.' ...,a ,.,,.,i  .,. i it     i c. ���   id i      ci   i in ouuet oi coi\c ana cc^at.     >  Four and b oed Store m   the   St. I1  Mary's Inn block.      ..    d !     Robert   Jalfrey.   ])resident of  ��� I the Crow's Nest Pass  Co..   is   in  H. A.  Panouso is enthusiastic |lowll where he'will roiiiain'for a  i.  ..e      r<       ���   i<      i     ,i-i ��� ii     ���    4-    '       ';couple weeks,  nay   l.!o1,1lmn Co. ol   Cranbrook. j was  just   as   enthusiastic,-, over j       ' _   .  The  proprietors.   Messrs. Clapp  Mttcleod  twenty-live  v<sarsf ago. i , C 0. Van Cam]) who has been  vv Muri>hy. .having just engaged  ,in this business, tire prepared lo  hynisli al.l kinds of .-,o|'t drinks  ^ lo hotels and families, and we  3 bespeak" for them the patrona<re  of t his community.  predicting great things for  that   working a force of ten men in c\-  fainous    cattle'   town-railroads j tending the depot  phitform   has  etc.    At' tliat time there was not ' ���     ,      "     i  . , i .i, i        rm  .,     , i       .,, ��� ,, , :  ust completed the   work.      The  a,   railroad   wlhm    a    thousand  ���' '  miles, nor any prospect  of  their | l)U,llorn!   |t!   110^   ;,;i��   'V^1011^'-,  being   one.      The   counlry   was I     August  Baldauf ha.s (50 masons  ���'.- , j populated  by   buffalo,   mounted j���ml bncklayors on   construction  The Coniuilei-iition   Lib; Asso- ��� police and Iradors.      Still   many,,   ,      , '        A,     ., -,-,    !,. ,     '  ciation   issues  an   unconditional j of hi.s predictions have been fni-' ��\ ^YYT^.       Y.     ,1 ���  accumulative polic,\  which is the [ tilled.  " '  most liberal  life   insurance   con  Windermere, B. C.  j  Iract issued,  agent:  A    11.   McDermot.  Mie  examiuatiou   al   the  A meeting to hear the   report  of    the    comniittee    who    have  I charge of the celebration on the  Fort I Fourth of July   will   be   held   at  Steele school  was  concluded ou  Monday hist, by   Inspector   Wil  also (5.")   laborers,   in   charge   o  Carosella Pro's., engaged in getting out  material   for  the  same  work.     Forty now ovens are now  in course of construction.  Twenty-eight new bdiildings  are now in course of construction. ,    . ,  the Opera   House   this   evening.  The members of the committee  ham Hums. AlV-r the examina- j report sticce-s- in collecting mon-  lion Mr. Munis delivered an ad- ev: enoug-h haviud'been iruaran-  dress. which was listened to with | bwl to insure a Cood time. A New Equipment at Prospector Office  interest, [r is understood, .that hirogramnie has been outlined r|1"F' Pwosi'KUTOit has added  he is much pleased with , the {and will be brought .before , I he  progress \\ Inch has   been   made, j meeting.     The place ol    holding  ithe    sports    will    also    be   an  ranbrook will Celebrate  DOMINION DAY  Professional.  ' For a good Shave. Haircut   or , notiiu-i'd  Path yo'io.C. E   Adam'-  Barber!     ' ������  Shop and Hath Rooms.    Succes-,     (ieoriiv Watson, Marry Ammo,  sor lo 11 iii'h ward en vV Son.       '!     'and fla.'-old'  \\'interbottom   have  ��� jirone to Wiiiflermere.  Mis.     Mart-v      McVittie     audi    daughter arrived lroin Harrie. , Windermere seems to be the  Ontario, on Monday t'veiiinir. present Mecca of the miner and  Mr. McVittie wi.mii h> Macleod prospector Several have gone  to meet him. They will occupy j from Fort Steele during thopasl  the   Henderson   house   on    Hiv-i week, and a number have passed  a new steam engine to  its plant, and in a few weeks  will make still further addition  of a new job press and papercut-  ei-sidf avenue.  A. I j. McDermot has oeen appointed agent lor the Confederation Life Association of Toronto, for the district ol Soulb East  Kootenay. "~  A deputation ol ii)iiiwr> and  mining men visited O'old (Join  missioner Armstrong yesterday,  and placed before him the necessity of. a branch wagon road  to the, iniiieson Hull Run. Mr.  Armstrong gave the deputation  a .���patient hearing and assured  them the matter would have immediate, attention.'  Repairing   Chronograph    and  ���Repeating Watches our'-specialty.   D. L. Bk'I'tsimiKiV, Jeweller.  ! through   on   their   way   lo   lhat  i country  tor. This will make The Puos-  I'KCTOii steam print ing oftice second tononein the northwest. The  facilities for handling all kind of  job and posler work will be unexcelled. The aim oI'Tiik Puos-  I'Kcroit has been to keep abreast  of the times, and to furnish good  work a I reasonable prices. With  the new additions to the plant  work can be turned out in short  J. H.  Couklin   and   wife   were j order,  down from Tracy creek on Tuos-1 ���������     r    ���"���--���        ��� ^  day.     Mr. Conklin is as   enthus-j KOT1CE.  iastic as ever over the outlook of ;    "I'uki.-n<it.ii-<-   Ihal   it   Micelin  that section  f Uie  .Hiiiii-it ol Lici'iisi- l'(>i)iiiiissii)iii.|-'. for  Sontli K.ist Koolciin.N will In- lii'ld at  tin-<'onrl lloiisi- in iln- ,iii\mi of fort  Sl,ci.|i-on tin-.�������tli il��\ of Jiimi-. IS')!).  .1,1. tin- iioiir .of ��.- J e��"����� 11 o'i-IocU ill tin;  I'oi-i.riiooil. to I'ousidiri- tin; f��illo'winy np-  l>]icat.ioii.s for l>iC|iior 1 Jdrrisirs:-  I..   A'jin    Di-iriir.   ('i-anlii-ook:'  .loscpli  C'ori'ijTiin. .<'i-iiii1>i'iiol<:    II.   \V.    Drew,  H. A.  K'auouse of   l^ernie   was   Kimliei-ley: -lolin b. <!tti<*, Kimlwrlcy:  .Ins. Curl-oil,* Kimlii'i-liry: Al. Mutz.  'I'rac.v <'r<'��;lv an��.l ������(tfrorirc ' l-l<jjsj<jai-|.h.  K\Uo. '.-���'  The odilors' e^vcui-sioii will  leave Vancouver on their return  trip about the 22 insl. They will  visit tin... Kootenay country going  over the Crow's Nest pass road  aii'd reach 'Winnipeg'on file .".(ith.  in tbe cifv on Thursday.  J. S. Craig pioneer and merchant of Fornie was in town on  Monday last.  It. w.'i^jNKJN.  (.'liii;f l,ici.,ii-.c lnH|H'i'((  " A niag'nin'ceiit-pronrammo is bcbur  prepared "consisting  of  L ^- l ' 1 .LI.  ' ' "'  Horse   Races Bicycle   Races  Foot    Races Base   Ball  - o  Indians Wrestling oh Horseback , Foot Ball etc.  Cranbrook extends a cordial invitation to the people of  the district to be present on that day and join in the  Jollification.  The C. P. R. will give reduced rales for Ihe occasion.'  LAKE & CO.  ��� Dealers    In ���  General Merchandise  :''���":������"��� '"...'���..'.iTHELMAR, b; a '���'.��� '".:d.;.::������'.������':  Prospectors    Supplies, a    Specialty  NORTH   STAR   LODGE ,.  l.'OItT STKI-U.I'-.. M   C.  *��' U.   D'.  A.  F. AND a".  M.       G.  R. B. C.  Wfunlai    ini't'iiiif.".    1st,   Tiicsilay   in   encli   '  iiionih ;ii iml'Iii ii ckicl;   . %'i^itni-r Uiviti.'iii are  ninlially uiviicil. ^  A  ,W. Ill i:asiii:i.i. St.c-u_-i,iiv.       '  roiii- S'na-.i.K !)kvi:i ui:.vi'S>.\nn'.viK Ltd  l.'N l.ij.uU'iiliaU btu'i'i   l.onikm   lln^l.iiiil.  N. A'. WALLINCER, FORT STEELE.  cost oi'-i'-ici: mix s.  TH0.V1'AK.   McVITTlE'  ii'ort  Steele  P.C.  //. L. c I'M M I XS.  /'. /,. S. ,{��� a.'/-:.  Port, Steele  B.(j.  W.  It,  l.'u.ss. v 1|    U-.  lll.Kl.-IIMhU.  k(XSS& IIEkCIIMIiiK.  Barn'stors      -       -      Solicitors  i  NOTARIES PUBLIC  CONVEYANCERS. . .  Fnrt   Steele,    Ii.    (J  ���t'J  'ij  LANDS and  MINES  NOTARY  PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER  Fort Steele,      - ���  B. C.  CHAS. ESTMERE, C. E.  Real Estate-and Mining Broker     .  ' ���   ��� "       d ,������   '. ' .  Agent,   lor   Kqu'itHble    Lifd Assurance  < 'omjuiiiy.  GROCEJaES, HAIi'DWARIS! CLOTHING. BOOTS and SHOES.  KIMBERLEY,  B. C.  Correspondence Soliirkert '���'  i'.O. Addi-ens.   Kimbei-lev via, ('/,���*��-  hroolc. B. C.  ��  v


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