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Array Library of Lag' Aaa  ���:",.: - -'-v-c- ���������/.y/s-s'iiSisf    ,y  �� Devoted to the upbuilding;!;  % OP   FOOT   STEELE  # ti)(3i'j)L'iidc:il,   in    I'o]ilio.    '#  *. '    '"y'tit  * ��  ***r��r-��.'J-'1K��*-*-S*��i.X't-!Si��i:r}--��-3!Sf��-S-i��-^  1   T    ''.    K.pro'iYi;:   .-..���;  :/.:*.'i, all !mii?i,;c no..  i'ICEH AND CIVKS TH':  # LA ."feST TELEGHAPHIC ��  *���   AND LOCAL NEWS.                    *  ft  # #  V'o;. 6'.  Mew Advertisements To-aay.  f'Arliti & Durick   Nntli'd���W. K. Uom   M. A. Iiu.ilc   N. <V.  Wallinisrr ..  William 1*. lloiiiy-  (.', I1'. HiUitihijfUin,.  .1. A. Ilurvoy..    .   .  .Paije-a  .    ���'������'������ 8  ������.���;-'.��  :yd';d s  :'���'���.-'��� - ��  .     '���'     H  d:'"   "8  FOJ?T S7V575LB. B. C, S,1TURDA)-, ./Uwis~SO.'TsOo!  From Kimberley.  Kiinborley,    June     2H.���Con  ���? racts for the new reservoir have  with what results are not known.  Tii is property belongs" to a  French corporation.  Several properties of which  Dick Gallop is manager- are all  looking well.  m ,,.     ,.. , .,       Washington, June 27.���Orders  Tne owners ol the Diamond O. , . . , ,-..,.  .., i    ���    .     , have been   issued   to Brigadiei  group will  cross-cut  their  lead r, ,   ,   ,,   ,,.   ,_.       ,.��  ��� .,'.,, '       ,.,���.-, General A. R. ChatTee, directing  with a lower tunnel otol/n  feet. ,...��., ,.    .,  lniM   to  take  coiuniaud   ol    the  The Mineral King has   un  im- troops ordered to China, and   to  ANGLO-AMERICAN TROOPS  GET I jm m,te h-.rl  f-.iH, ��.,, ,i���   rn ���  THERE FIR3T. J'mpuit Odd l.ntli by the Chinese  Seymour's   Army  is   Surrounded   by  Chinese. ���American   Troops , to  Enter Pekin.--Russia Wants  to   Take  Pekin  Alone.  government to .-addle' the responsibility up'on Pekin for the  participation of Chinese troops  in the Boxer excesses.  No 2G.  WAR   IN    CHINA.   ������ ���"��� ���- ������" .^.-^. ".'������ n��i����.. - -; - o ������"������������   "**   -,"���    troops ordered to China, and   tc  hem let, by the Iviinberloy Water ��������>��u showing of ore on tliesur   I)roce(jd lo P(.]f-��� by wav of ,San  iCompany, and the work  of con- face.    The tunnel has just" tap- Francisco and Takti.     "���  ���st-ruel inn   tins   hnou   (.mmnoi^orl lied    tlie.     lead     Ml      a     limit li     nf  British" arid Americans   Relieve   Ad  miral Seymour. - -Heavy Fighting at Tientsin.  Spf-cial to 'J'HK PKOSPKlTOK.  London, June  i'i).���The  casualties oi the International forces  Mclnnes Stay Be a Candidate.  T���.       '      r         .,.     T             i     attacking Tientsin were  as   foi  \ letoi'ia, June i'o.���it was de-  ynWi..    A\��~..: ��� ��� --:  eided  tonight   by  a  number  of  Martin's   supporters   to   tender  'lows:���Americans,   three   killed  and three wounded:, British, two  a    depth    of  ped   tlie   lead   at  seventy feel.   "  Mr. Foster will shortly commence to work his claim ou  Number Two creek. There is a  good showing of galena on the  property.  'Pete Larson is doing work on  ��>ln.iotion ha.s been commenced  The Basting's Syndicate' have  struck ore ��� on their Eureka  .claim, aud a big*force will soon  ho. put to work developing the  property.  Charles E-stmore has his new  Addition to the town on the mar-  'c lrat and is now selling lots.  Business is generally good  in  lt>wn, unci soon as   the   .Sullivan  increases its force and shipments  are larger the town will improve  '   .more, c  Messrs.  Beale and Elwell have  on��iied  . an    office.      They   are  agents of the Dominion .Express w    ���Company, the Fort Steele De- ready for shipment, aiid work of  vi'iopmeiu. Syndicate, several .forwarding it to the landing will  tire   insurance   companies,   and shortly be commenced.  Chefoo, June 2(5.���The officers  of the British lir^f-class cruiser  Teri;ible, assert and say they believe the Russian are planning  to break the concert and take  possession of Pekin independently. They assorl that Vice-  Admiral     Seymour's   command  .the Iron  Cap,  one  of the   Red (lacked" uiiison",Uthe   foreigners  Line group.      , - sulking because ihey were under  There is  a splendid showing British  leadership/'   They bit-  on the Paystreak.    The lead is terly   denounce  a strong one and i.s nine feet  wide. Several men are at present developing the property.  The  owners  of  the  property  have   a   large   amount   sacked  general's conduct as  ! hey are doing a good business.  Increase Trade.  It has been learned .that if a  'Wong effort were ��� made' the  merchants of Fort Steele .could  work up a fine business in the  Windermere district. One gontle-  jjjij-ij who was '..there recently  j><j.id;���"It is singular that no e.f-  I'orc has been made to secure  this trade.' 'The rate to the junction is fully as low as to Golden,  There are a large number  of claims not mentioned above  upon which work is being done.  .There will be great activity in  the district during the  summer.  on Sunday evening last treated  to llie grandest display of celestial pyrotechnics ever seen in  this vici nity.  The lightning flash-  -  . , .ed from all points, the  thunder  iiud the distance to Windermere  royerbraled through  the  moun  i.^,no greater,      R. '.A.   Kmiptou      '     "���������������"    Celestial Pyrotechnics  I uii^ lUJcijjM lyiy.      nieoiuy pro  The people of Fort Steele were U octi'on W!ls the�� 'American  ���������  he <=' Russian  uncivilized  and barbarous and charge that  the slaughter ,of- the peaceful  Chinamen at Taku has aroused  (lie otherwise passive natives  against the foreigners.  The British consul at Foo  Chow i.s asking for warships.  The arrival'of the British first  class cruiser Terrible and two  Japanese cruisers at Chefoo today relieved the s\rainea situation. The'Chinesc forts equipped with fcfrupp guns, command  the foreign city.    The only pro-  the nomination for contesting  Victoria against,]. Jrl. Turner to  Ex-Governor Mclnnes. The affair' is regarded as' ludicrous  here, but is a fact. ���  Fourth of July.  A public meeting was held  in  tho Windsor Hotel  on   Saturday  evening last to  discuss   the 'ad-  visibility of having sports ou the  arena of the Seaside Athletic  club, and big Gus Ruhlin. the  Ohio pugilist, was his victor. It  was a clean knockout, after'15  I rounds of fighting that made a  memorable ring'battle. Save in  -the matter of aggressiveness,'  Ruhlin   led   froin   Ulft   ���lart   jn  every feature of the ganje, and  at all times had the light well in  hand. >���  killed  and  one, wounded;   Gei  mans, I.'i killed and :J7 wounded.  Russians,    ten    killed    and    37  wounded.  The gun fire of the British and  Americans is described as beautiful. After the attack the relieving force pushed on to the  relief of Admiral Seymour. The  Chinese regulars under General  Nish again attacked Tientsin  Fourth of July. There was a finely and bombarded the for-  fair attendance and considerable eign office witli'a terrible fire  enthusiasm was manifested, and. Colonel     Donvard,     (Irtish) |o��n,o early 'n^Yvomu^^h  | it was tho sense  oi   those  pros-1commanded the column, that  re.-It is a section of great   poJS  t,es- il��d he who wails  mav  re-  k'ret it. ' J  LOCAL NEWS.  |     A: C.   St'irrett   of   Vancouver  was registered  at   the  Windsor  on Thursday.  .. All roads lead to Fort Steele  There are hundreds of nrospec-  tiye mines within u radiiis of ;li)  miles, .which Win sooa be^i��� 'l0  attract attention.  ./Tiiid  Pkohi'mctok, would  ad- .  vise those who  are  contemplating a visit io East.   h"ooteijay  to  out that Fort Steele should have  Moved Admiral Seymour.- '\ii.e,  a celebration on thai day. C. M  ���Keep wjis appointed chairman  and M. A. Beale secretary. An  executive committee of five con-  icau inarines participated in the  achievement. The Admiral was  found entrenched and .surrounded by   immense .masses of Chi-  sist.ng ot Messrs. K'eop.  Wullin-  nese, who were driven off by the  ger  JiM'nls all  of   his , freight,  from"  ���Golden,  claiming'it  is cheaper  ;.han sending up by steamer!'   It  i< a matter" tho  merchants  can  well look into. ".  Activity About Windermere.  Windermere,    June    i'5.���The  Pai'adise group  in  this  district  in a prize winner.    Late  reports  from, there are that it- is a wonderful properly.    The ore is'lead  boat Yorktown with 17A) sailors.  As reported last night the sailors slept oh their arms and tlie  foreigners prepared to lake .refuge on tlie ships.  o   . -   -   ���  i-   Commander    Taussig ��� of   the  tains and hills, and the rain fell Yorktown requested the- com-  in torrents. Fort Steele seemed mailder of the fo].ls t0 disfcon.  to be the storm center,-.at least tinuc his imlnein;ei.s With can-  our'citizens thought so. A blind- non; and noli'ed h1m lh.u .f  ing Hash of lightning accompan-  Chinosc u W(Jre sent .Q tQ lh(j  led by a terrific crash of thunder cily ostensibly   to   repress   tbe  struck a tree   near  the  Govern-  Boxors<   A]nericans    would    be  ment building,'striking it in the i;ilKled.  (center severing the top from the  Beale! Barnes and McBride  was elected; this committee was  empowered to appoint sub committees to facilitate the wo-.k.  At that time the- secretary  said ��400 'had been 'subscribed,  and the amount would cprobably  reach $600 iu the course of a day  or two. ��� The meeting adjourned  after which the committee met  and arranged'the programme.  Fort Steele Rifles.  The necessity in the improvement   of rifle   shooting    among  the able bodied men of the   Empire jvas.lhe lone of Lord Salis  bury's  relieving column after a brisk  light. His men had made a-brilliant resistance, never failing in  courage fo iv, IT) days of continuous fighting. During ten days  the men were on quarter rations.  BE ON TIME.  Cranbroo]: Celebration July 2nd.  ri    .  _ A special train will leave Fcr-  nie.nt 7. a. m.., and returning  will leave Cranbrook at 7:40 p.  m. Tickets from Fort Steele  Junction to Craiibroolc and return 7)0 cents: half' tickets -f-  conts.    Slaves for the  Junction  recent   speech    in    thei���11   leave   Fort'  Steelo at fi.-yo  House of "Lords.     He  said  that'11*  m  trunk, and busting the  body  of  the tree into kindling wood.  The     lightning-    struck     the  carbonates carrying about SO house of Felix Rock, breaking  ounces of silver, and GO per cent off several boards from the roof,  lead. A tunnel has been driven No further damage was done,  128 feet on the lead, all in ore. although Felix said~the house  ir><50 feet from the  tunnel   there was filled with fumes of sulphur.  }s <i large body of sand carbon  it/es in which a dozen men are  now working, and every shaft  shows nothing but the cleanest  sand carbonates ever seen in  Hritish Columbia.  li. l.i. Bruce,' the manager of  -ilie" property, expects to have  'ilie wagon road to Peterborough  ii-ntding completed in a short  time, and inside of, sixty days  'the, shipment of thousands of  ions of" those carbonates will  commence to the ore bins of the  company at the landing for  ���transportation   to   fhe   smelters.  So far as can  be  learned   the  storm did no serious damage.  .    School Trustees Election.  The annual meeting of the  public school is being held today  for the elect ion of a trustee. The'  polls will be open from 10 a. m.  until li' m.  General Notes.  The Vancouver correspondent  of the Toronto' World waxes  wrath,    l-lo says:  "The conduct of the Dominion  Government i.s simply suicidal  in  appointing  a  French-Canad  The charges from Peterborough  ian. violent pro-Chinese man like  are not high, as the navigation  Kd' tlio river is good foi six  months of the year, and rates to  the .smeller are reasonable, nol  to exceed *12 per ton over those  from Slocan points.  If i.s expected that the Great  Northern will soon extend their  Duncan-Lardo branch over the  Toby creek pass to the  Winder-  Cheefoo, June 2(5.��� The British and Americans entered Tientsin, first silencing the guns  of the arsenal and breaking  through tho Chinese lines. Tho  foreigners were close behind.  The Russians lost four killed  aud thirty wounded. The losses  of the other nationalities were  small. Admiral Seymour's force  is about ten miles from Tientsin.  Jt i.s surrounded by Chinese'  troops and Boxers -and hampered by the presence of'sick and  wounded.  It is reported that all foreigners were sent from Pekin with a  weak Chinese guard, and it is  assumed that they are, with Admiral Seymour.       ,   ,  One thousand Japanese are  landing at Taku, and 2.000 more  are expected tomorrow, when a  battalion of French is also due.  The foreign admiral's have appointed Commander Wise,   coin  inander of the Monocacy,   to  be  commander at Tong Cu.  The Netherlands cruiser  Hol-  'evory city town and village under tho British flag should have  a rifle association.0 in order that  men.   if   the ��� necessity   arose;  ,'   Sand Creek.  Burke and Higgins of West  Kootenay are now engaged in  developing    the   St.   Lawrence  '���,,.,.     ... ���'     ���'~>. "Kiwui/ius    uie   ou    uiwrenc  would bo-.ia.nil.ar  with   the  use claim in which'they are interest  of modern rifles. The idea met  with a ready response in every  part of the Empire.'  A general invitation ha.s been  extended to the people of the  Dominion   by Premier   Laurier  ed. y Tt i.s learned that '.hey contemplate extensive development  work this summer. The Si. Law   _ ���  rence joins the   Empire  on   the)nuns.  East.  Langley Bro's have beendoin  Mr. Kanouso'and Mr. \V W  i little of Fernie. will officiate aa  judges.on the Fourth.  W M. Violet came down from  the Bill, Nye on Thursday.  The Imperial HoLel will, be  formally opened on Wednesday  morning.  SOUTH   AFRICAN n WAR   NEWS.  Twenty-Five Canadians Bluffed   100  Boers and Captured Two  Guns.  SijucI.iI lo'l'in: I'Muii'iMron.  - London, June 22.��� Three hundred Canadians of C. Battery  who accompanied General Car-'  rington, from Beria to the'.relief  of Mafeking, have reached Rus-  lenberg, west of Preloria. and  tho headquarters of Major-Genera I Baden-Powell. ���  The" Daily Telegraph correspondent at Pretoria describes  the incident in -which twenty-  live Canadians from Ueueral.  Hut Ion's force met with 100  Boers whom they bluffed by  pretending lhat support was  nearby. The Roers lied and the '  gallant Canadians captured  two  and Dr. Borden. Minister of Mi- assessment work on the Blue  litia, to arrange a rifle associa- Grouse group, the work being  tionineverv town in th.-- Onmin.  confiued t0 tho  EI   Moro      T]A  Sir Henri Joly. as Governor,   ns  has been  reported.     The  labor  men are already strongly hqstilo  and there is any amount of ^ iv llI( 1Mmli1 UU1W| ,.  grumbling going on among them, |iniKr^s^oft ^^"101- Chefoo  and foa large number of Liberals the appointment is most unpopular, even offensive. It i.s  freely said, if Sir Henri Joly at-  temps to air his .pro-Chinese pro  mere district; a distance of about, clivities here, there will be"'.war  .1    ���     i  ii      ���������   mi >' ��� _ 1 -.  4 ' . 1     .   ''     > . _ '' ,.;....,.'"  '���fcli.irty miles. . Tliis road would  terminate in the heart of the big  mineral district of Windermere..;  ��� The recent shipment of Delphi ne ore  to, the, Trail  smelter  Vwas  valued   at �� 1.4.9.KO  ]-��er  ton  gross, netting the owners about  13125 per ton. ;  The Silver Crown  grouj),   ad-  I joining the Paradise, -will  soon  feeling-  Manila, June 27..���The U S.  S. Brooklyn, with M00 'marines,  from Cavile, has sailed for Nagasaki, where she will coal, and  from there she will1 go to Taku.  Captain R; I. Meade is in command of the marines.'  It is  reported   that  the. Rus-,  sian are moving '{0,000  men'..'towards New Ghwang. '   ���"  Berlin. dJiine    2(5.-Germany  [to '   the. knife.      The  here on that, question.- runs  high  .; now."-.. ..". ��� '��� V;  It seems strange, that the lOp-  position cannot accept defeat  gracefully, instead of  trying  to  work upon the prejudices of tho I has been inlerclianging o]>inious  people. They have no idea, that; j with Russia, and' other jiowers  the    new    Lieutenant-Governor  during the last 24. liours.     As a  ������..._. ,    ..... r-^���  has any intention of airing '.what! result Germany takes   the   posi-  Dhave a force of men at  work  as the correspondent calls pro-Chi-1 tion outlined by a* foreign official  /there is a good showing of high  nese   proclivities.      If  is  about [<'�� follows:  grade galena on'the claim.  Work time   the correspondent" took a      "The     German     government  |jls going on at the Silver Tip but I tumble. does not  ye  lion in every town in the Domiu  ion. the Government lo furnish  tho rifles, and supply llie ammu  nition at cost. The secretary of  the association is to be the custodian of the equipments, for  which he gives a good and sufficient bond for their safety.  A meeting was called at the  Steele House on Friday evening  for the purpose of forming an  association, at which a largo  number of local riflemen were  present.  The following officers were  elected:  E. C. Smith.' honorary president: R. L. T. Galbraith. honorary vice-president: N. A. Wallinger. president; Thos. Ede,  vice-president: John Smilh.  sec. treas.  W. R. Ross. M. A. Beale, IJ.  Ward, D. McNeish. and. B. P.  Cooke, as a commit too.  The yearly ununbcrship lee  was put at $y. ���     . ..'   g    . ..;,.  The secretary was instructed  to write to the Minister of Militia for fifty Lee-Enfield rifles.  The association has already secured a 'membership''.oJ:v over  eighty-  best ore yet encountered in the  property has been extracted  during the work. At least a carload of ore of w shipping grade  is now on the dump.  Messrs.   Yates.   Williams  and  McFCinnon left yesterday for tho  upper Si. Mary's country  to  do  assessment work on'their claims  in  the  Pyramid  basin,   and  on  North Fork in the Decella basin.  They    will    probably    continue  work  all summer   and develop  the most  promising claims  aud  put them in a .marketable   po.ii  lion.    They have been   working  in tlie country for the past  four  years and have great   faith   that  the St. Mary's will yet be one of  the best mineral  regions   in   flu-  Province.  London, June 2i). ��� Lord   Roberts   has  soul. bulletin.-'of   two  small conflicts occurring on June  2(5 and 27,   in   which   the   Boers  were' disconilittcd.      Lord  Roberts says that- Wednesday   June  27 was a recording  makin-y  day  in    Pretoria   for  Boer   farmers "  selling produce.  Parlies of Boers still haim   on  General,Bulier's Hank.  see  anv  School Examinations.  The regular   mid-summer  examination of  the pupils  of  the  public school took pla.ee 'yesterday at the school.    The progress  made Iiy the pupils  in   both   departments   shows .careful   work  on the part of the teachers,   and  afforded    much .'gratification'  lo  cause   to j the exa.ininingx:ominitfee.I  Leaves for the East.  J. R. Go IT who has been >ales  man with Carlin ���&. Durick foi  several years has severed his  connection will: the linn and  will return''east in the course of  a few days. .13. W. Worden of  Lothbridge will succeed him.  Mr. Golf will.'be.missed, by the  people of Fort Steele. lie' was  always attentive and.' 'courteous  a.iid. his many friends-will, regret'  his departure.       i'    ,  Ruhlin Whipped Sharkey.,  Seaside Athletic Club, Coney  Island, June 2(5. ���For flu; first  time iu his pugilistic career, Tom  Sharkey went down to decisive  defeat  tonight   in    the    historic.  Strathcona Horse.  Speciiil 10 Tun I'ldiM'Kcioit  London, June 27. ���The Strathcona Horse has performed one of  most brilliant events of tlie war.  They have blown up the railway,  bridge at Komati Poort. thus  cutting off all Boer communication with the sea. botilmy them  L1l>- "'  LATEST   TELEGRAPHIC    NEWS.  spri-i:'] lo'l'HK eitusi'M ,.,,���  Ottawa. June 2ii.���The   House  *pont yesterday in debating  Sir  Hibberl Tupper/s Yukon resolution, which occupied an  hour  in <  reading, :\iid  was iniroduced  by  M.r: Bel] nf Pictou.    The resolu- .  tion was voted  down:'the   Gov-  fc*'rnmen't'ina-jo'rit.y:was :>ii.      The'  committee on emergency rations.'  presented a report   exonerating  Minister,   of    Militia'   from    all  charges';- -   ' ������'���������.   ' ���'..;.   d ���  Two'British ��� warshipsVare   in  Quebec.,  Large forest  lires   are- ra.iri.n��"  around West Superior.   Wis.  Queen Victoria will present  a '������  loving cup l.o Dublin.  Premier Dunsmuir ha.s discharged all Chinese workers in.  his coal miii'DS.  Jeffries and Ruhlin  will   meet  in the ring iu August.      : THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B.C, JUNE 5J0.. lf-00.  \)i  .    *>���#?   ���    a.;  ' ��������.����� ���  'y y   Y&-: ���   ii y . w: . ,   ��� ��� ��� H  '.-dr. .���flj'Wii* ���'    *�������!?.    '    ,  ���V'l  /'fcM  BPG  Have Equipped iTM  e   "Winderniere  Mining  District  At    Peterborough  ,-: '-I.-; ���-       ,c> '  HeMqoiai^ Supplies  iii iSfifflais:vrifii DevesoD Properties  ^iH^viri  Bfi^l^^  '^oi^^^i^t^^, t Hay    attd    Oats.  y^y'd^v; Assorted; Ciar |fBe^  r-FlourdvPiite'tit; Hungarian.and Strong'Baker. '���.: >:. ��� iA:. i i, iiy. yi, iiiiy.;  ,:'���. ..:.''::/.'Rplled;0at^  ^vd^' v^ Y'-yiYyi'  'yyYY-'YyiA:Y'Y ' 'syYiN-axy ������'.���Bearish.-. Lihni''Beaus:y:yPot'I3iarley,^ etc;  flttia��?yGti^  '������,-.. -r^y-iy-    -.        '������������'.A ;��������� t.' y - -'���-,���'������       A   :iyy ���-Y   ������'���<*������ ������'���.���.   -  ,'-'-' ':\-y   -Z- . ���' -    .   ���'-'-,"���'-'' -������';'' ' Z'.-.i}.'/yA' .'. A". ���    ������i'l*./..'  ���-tyyy%;yFle^wo'od Teay .a; PU  Hf;M,vPrepdB^  .Butter nnd-Eg^syySiAyiy  iA  :^REW6t)D^  E.y;G:: MILLER,dPruR^eJor,  POST OFFICE BOX 836.  ' iS^'v d AH goods guaranteed^ aiid prices also as being correct.  ySend inoi'd'-j^.1 ,   v: ''''.-  iA .i        ....-.'','; V-,'.���/'���'���;'"'  v.y"''' 'A:-'���������':       vv:.  "Ball Bearings in a Se-wjng Ma- '  cliine.    Tlie weakest woiiian can  run. the   ELDREDGE B. without  'harm to herself, or even getting-  ,'���' tired.    It's just fun  for a,-Weill  woman to run it.   Itis noiseless;  has self-threadiug.shuttle;'��� auto-  matic bobbin winder; complete  d set ofVattachments. ,.-. A perfect -i  machine at a low price.    Warranted for five years.    No other   V  as good at. -anywhere near the  price. Insist on having Eldredge,  B.    There is ah Agent for it in'  your town-. :'     ..   '    ..  MASPFiCTIiRETJ  lir THE      '.'  National Sewing-machine Co.,  new york and chicago.  S The second largest SewhiR Machine Factory in  CUT OF PART OP STAND OF'THEt?!��w?r,(lwi"L?ca!Mcil?ofs���1 hundred and  ^V       '     -   ELDREDGE B. J"al< sixty-four machines per day; latelildredge Mfc.  s*    s '   ~*~yy- fft^TvT'  ant. ', Fort Steele, Vi.' C  eMIL-LAN FUR & WOOL CO.  EXPORTERS AND IMPORTERS.  '      200-212 First Ave. North, Minneapolis, fifliNN.  *  . , . . .        .   . '-  JSOTWrito for Our Circular and See tho Prices We Pay."X3  !'.'  yA'.   S   yy. .NOTICE.;;   y.vdy..,, ^ -v  idyy.iCotlc,6yisVUererb>v--K.lveii-tlv��t.r'iin''iii��I>Utn��iU>H  dwill;  bcyniiideyto thtdyf'.irislitivuAssehitily bl  [the Provlucg'of Uritisii"'ctiluinl>iii.' ,.|ii its, next  j session for uii' Act, to 'luVorporiite. a Company  ,'.' with po��-<;,r to' cbns|,ru(;t!;, equip.': maintain  anil  ' operate it.lin'e or lines of teleplione,. elecu-ieaj  i works; power houses generating, pltjiit and all.  j sut'tf otherdappiisttice.s.vsis..are.' necessary������"]  ) proper for;the gen era ting of eleetrieity or.oi.tiei'  power.and. u:an.suiiili'hf{,lhe'.siumc;.' within /and  throughout  the DWt'rka-'bf. Kast .Kooienay.ami'  various Tqwiisites inVtlie said   District...; as, the  C'tfinpuny'roni time' to tiiue determines, and to  ebnstruet.   maintain.'' aiida'openite���'theV.same  alotigthe sides of; and across or under.'any high-  w;a.v;'streets, pybliebridges or,'iin'yv!fUch.' plaee's  iri the said district as'theiComijany lroin tiine.lo  time detei-niincs and to  construct.1-'erect,   and  inuiri'wiri������ such yand   so man.V.,poles atid'olher  works and devices as.lhe.Coinpau,v'vdeems Vne-  cessary.for making. eoiniJleting, suppbrtingvus-  ing.y-vvorking. operating and   maintaining, the;  system of comniunioation'by teleplione orVelee-  irical .works.povverhbusesyfjeiienitjiig plant and  btlierappiia'nces.'a'iid to open b'r.I��br>j'ak"up any  part o^'parts 6f,,said liigh'Ways.or'streets as of ten.  as the said Cbiiipaiiy'ilsagetits'/ofneer.s orlwoi-lt-:;  men. think'proper, andfbr. the. purpose,, of;, tne,  undertakiiig toypurehasel acquire.oiilease'and  hold andsell,and disposoybf-orsiirrfcnilei' lands,;  0Duildings or tenements within the limits'afore-.  said and to purchase or, lease: for any teriii  of  years;'any.teiephone���liue established, or tof be  established in Hritish Columbiayconnecting or  'to be connected with the lines which"the .Coin-'  paiiy may.construct and- to purchase or lease  for any. term of years the light of the,'company  to construct and nia'intaiirany such  telephone  lino and to amalgamate with or lease'lts line or;  lines or any portion; Or poijtions thereof to any  Gompany possessing as proprietor any dine ol  telephoiiK.cbmniunicatioii eo'iiiiectihg or to,' be  conneetedwith the said Companies line or lines  and .to'iicqiiii-e' lands, boimses,;privileges or.  ,'bther aids from any person  or'body corporate  and with all cither usual, necessary or incidental i.rights. 'powers   or privileges' as may   be  'necessary.'or incidental to the attainment of the  above objects or any of thein. ,'���"  ���'" '    '  , ������-.   Dated this IRt day of March.i'.itXl. y., '  '''      "���.'���': HARVEY. fc'/McCAItTKli,"   . .  ���"���u        .'Solicitor'sforthe -Applicants  ANDREW  r  GONTRAGTOR  NEIDIG  and    BUILDER  '���A '"A: iis yiyA NOTICE: Sy y .;,. ���:...  'Notice is hereby given that.an' application  will, he. made to'- the 'T.e'Kisla'liveAssernbi.y of  life Province of VHritish C'oluiniiiii,". at, its next  session for ;ui. Aet'to'iiicorporate a Company  with power,lo construct,'"equip,'^maintain., and  operate telephone and telegraph 'lines within  (and .throughout all thccities, towns,'inuriicipal-  ities: ..iind . districts;V:8f".-: tlie/'.'iii'aiulahd of  the.'.. Prciviiice of ,,'Hr.it isli C'oUiuibia .and  to,,, construct, erect; and 'maintain,.. Kiiuh  and so'mil.hy poles and other works.and devices  as; the'.Company deem, necessary, foi'^making,  completing, supporting, using, working, operating and maintaining the' system of.'communication'by. telephone and telegraph,'and to open , ^ . ,  ,prdbreak:-:iip ..'ai'iy partdpry parts; of; thi;; sii id ShaVing-3!r? Hair DreSSing, Parlor  liighways or,streets as often sis the: said Com-  panyits ageiits.: :;bft1cers "on workmen, thihk  prope'r and fortlie .'purpose of. theyimderialcini'  to purchase. acqtiire,leaseiexprppri!ite;li61d:iiid  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  IIOUSH A.VIJ SIUX PA J NTI NO  '  CALC1.MIXINC and PAPKK IIANUINO  FORT STEELE,  B.  C.  ZiW'   All   woi;k  promptly done.  Next to Oriental Hotel  1  -..v. .'���''���   ...d^'dvyNOTICE...;', ������.  ' Take;notice tliat.I have uiacle application  to tho'I-fouorablu Tlie CouiniissiotK\r ofVLauds  arid Works for a special license to cut timber  on the Crown Lands' hereinafterinore ptiriiioii-  larly described '.situate,' near:.,KlU Kiver about  two miles north of -fernie-in'-the District, br  Kast Kooienay: .'Commencing, at a post V�� mile  north from the N.'W. corner ot'.Loi:!(WT;: theticii  west A a mile: thenco south: one, half .a .mile:,  tlienee west I'U miles: Thence, south 'li, of a  uiile: thence east iu miles: tiience .north, I.1 r  iniles. to--place1 of'beginning.' Coiilaiuiug 1 <��>()  aeries inore or less.i , '  IIKN1JV I10\VA1{,D,'  '    l'-erniti: B: C, March nth. IJhh'i.-       -,''        ,  sell and dispose of lands, buildings or tenemen is  within the liinits afpresaidvaud'' to, purchase  ,6r Iea'sevfcra'n'.vjtei-iiiofyearsy  telcgriipir liiredeiStablisliedroi' io.be estHblished  in llritishColmnbiii'-cbnnccied.Vyori'tby be connected, witti.'.the'(lin'e',.whichythe.'Cp'inpahy'.)Ba.T  construct', and to amtiigamaie with or lease -its  line or lilies, or aiiy portion or portions thereof,  tonny eotupaiiyypbsscs'siiig, as;prbpriet.br.,'-'iiiiy  iiiie "of telephone'or;teiegritp'i'..cbuiniunieatibn'  connecting, oi- to be'eonnected. with the said' Amenta  Compa tiy's' line 'or 1 liies'' and io borrow money B  for thepiirposes of the. Company, and to pledge  or mongiige any of the Company's-:assets; for  tlisi t purpose, iihll to receive bonuses, or priTil-  eges from" any person-or body corporate, and  with all bthei-i usual, necessary or incidental  rights, powers, or privileges'as may be,necessary or incidental to the attainment of the. above  '7. '   : ���     ,     , (-,'       "  objects, or any of them.   ..' ������<���'  Dated this 1st day of March, IStOO.V,     . v.  ^  ���-;';   Daly & .'Hamilton;': di ���>  .  :;���.: "���"���.'   :; Solicitors for the Applicants.  FORT   STEELE, B. C.  cVll kinds 'of hair work  Trade Marks  Designs  .Copyrights Ac.  Anyone pending n pketch nnd description m��^-  qulckly ascertain our opinion free whether jm'.>  invention !��� probnhly patentnble. roimnmiica-  tioiiBntrictlrcontldontlnl. Hiindboot on F'ntcnti"  Bent free. Oldcxt Hiicncy fursccurniK putents.  Pnteutn tnken ttirough Mtinn It Co. recelvt-  ' tpeetal notice, without charge, in tho  Scientific Jfmericam  A hundjomely illustrated weekly  onlnt ---    - ' '  vear    .   _   .     I.��r��te��t clr-  culntion of nny nclentltlc journal.   Terme. ��;! ft,  four montba, H. Sold by all newndealen.  MUNN&Co.36,BfMd^NewYorfc  Branch Office. C2G K St. WaiihliiBton. D. C.  A.J  GREZ,  a specialty.'  Proprietor  -(jHiiiidiant.. won't   be  Certificate of Itiiy/rivvetileii.ts.  NOTICE.  GRASSICK   &   DEMPSEY.  CONTRACTORS  '-. .AND' ,.', '  y BUIBDBRS. '���/,'';  '���������     Fort   Steele,- B.G  MARRY   BARR  Fort-  ���Siooloi  B.C.  BIG      CHIEF,     LITTLE   ��� CHIEF,    EUREKA,  GENEVA  AND  MELTON FRACTIONAL  y MINERAL    CLAIMS.:  ,,    Situated in'the' Fort Steele Mining Division  oiysouth Eastlvoolenay District. d,  Whore located:    Big Chief, on Huckleberry  1-l.il'l'adjoining tlie Kurekn Mineral Claim.      ,  ','��� LitUe:.Chief. ad joining tho Geneva 'Mineral  Claim. yd.      "; d    'y'i :'.S     :.'. -''   ' ������  '"':���   Kureka. .on lluclcielierry Hill aforesaid.; ......  Geneva;   adjoining, tlio . Kurelc'a Minerai  Clu'im:' v.,   : ������',.::..': ....���-..  .'.. ,..'..-= '..:,<,.. .;';' i-..��  .', ..Melton  .Fractional   :idjoining. tlie VKureUa  iNlincral Claim. ���., '-.-..  Take ii.otii'o that I. Williiiiu t'odon'v.U Ivoss  acting as agent for llie Hastings Hritish l.'oltiin-;  bin" lOxploration Syndicate, .��� I..i'niited, ''Free,  Miner's ' f.'ortilicajo No. n ll'iU,, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof,' to apply to the  Mining Kecordoi' lor a Certilicate of" Improve'-,  incuts, for tin; purpose of obtaining, a Crown.  Grant ibreacli of tlie above.claims. '  Ami further take notice lliutdaction, under  section IIT. must be conimeiici'd before the issn-  aneeof sucli.Ccrtilleaui of liiiiirovements. ���  V Dated this ITtli day or Februiiry. moo.  .>'    ''.' ,\VM. h. koss.  '"s-iii '.' ��� i''. m. c. Mo. ii miii  1* '  NOTICiS.  Ntitiec  is.hci'cby yivcil . Unit  itt  ItOII-  rtotjueiujo  ofyi-h'o   rcsiyiuitioii, of  .\lr.  Charles 1  Isuiiorc. till   hiisinoss   in  COIl-  General Blacksmith,  HORSE SHOEfNG,  '-AND. JOBBING.  Minii'i-4    VVork    a    SjieciaUy.  liecliiiii with tlu: K'itnlK.'i'ley. lownsite.  <in tttiil.iiftur l,,i',liriiiir,v Kith. I'.KId: must,  hi: f'l<>iR!rt.lu'uii<rh lli(.'. til'lico ol'dlJie Foi't  Slech' Hi' v-itlopini .'-it l -Syndicate ;il -I'\nM,  Steele. ""    ,"'  .   ;        '   ���'  y- r- yNd-A. \\rA!dl^lNGl-:jy;,'M;uiiti;ci;.  'Oflii'i' in llie.f 'iirlin & Durick hiiililitio-  Fort   Steele  :';';'Ba;kery  H. A LIE,  Proprietor.  Kiveisidc Avenue, Opposite Post Office.  hoodwinked..... Oppohiiiori   buokjf  eom-  d v   pletely snowed undeiv : ...Our,jiiam-  motliT w6-V61unio work, on; -'.'lioer-  ;   ., 'British War" and genuine "Life of  dVIoqdy'J sweeping; everything- .from  ' ��� tlieii- path. , .Send your address and  ���'-,'   o-et.outiits quick,     did   , '������'���',  * ..  THE LINSCOT'i' PUHLISHr'NG COMPANY  A   ' y .������'' dv,, ".     .'��� TorontoV  Agents:-���''Witr in SoitthAfi'ii.'.i.v* Two  ���..    volumes.    First contains complete  '���history .of country iind war to date:  '.,    .tolls about.our  eonting-ents. giving-  v     names bfollicers and men. .'��� Second  ��� ,.�� volume to be ]iublisi 10'd, when ��� war,  '   is over.d Only  Canadian   mamifac-  '"������'   'lured   boolc.  v l'"y.erybody cancels  - 'their.' order  for  ��� American ��� hooks  cwhert. seeing-   ours'.   If a hustler,  ������ this is your gold mine.' 'Prospectus'  ';>..��� ivce.,d   -l:V'd-v.y .".'���;;. .;,:��..y-'vy  ���    ".'. Bradley G-arretsojuCo., Ltd.  '���',;;      ..'dBHAN'tirOKlJ, OSTi  Ag'ients:��� I'.eople ��� won'td, be ;   deceived  1 ;; : with American .Histories iii'tlie wiir  published;, now.   as the war is only  conimeticed.   Handle our !two-vul.-  u.ino (.'iinaditiii ivimiul'itctiired  work.  lyii'stvolunic'i-etuly   soon,.complete  v     to  date, .thus  you got commission.  .Second vphnne published when war  is over. '  Wfliy wasl^e time with- iu-  ���.,.���'   i;omphil,<'j booksV .I'l'ospectns frue.  ���nil'; Linscdtt I'liiti.i^iiiN.o i.'O.mi'anv  .    . .' Toronto.  Agents:������ T.lie last year of the 'century  '   .handle our  "Nineteenth   Century"  book, d   Describes   nil1 tlie   groat  battles';'"Teat men, great 'inventions  .    -  and discoveries, progress of nations.  Pull account ol'   the   Dreyfus  trial,  history of South Africa to date, war  '���.with Spain, and every great, .event  of  the century.      I!ig   book,   well  illustrated.    Snap for 'Inisflcrs.   ������  '.���.;������' 'Bradley Garretsoii Co'., Ltd.  ���''������'    '    '.. Di-antl'ord.  D  acitic  AND  soo   line;  Tlie Daily Service Botweon  A11 a nt i c     an tl      Fa e i (i o  ;'.';���   ���   ��� " {,' ���';.  a  'yyi'syy ���       i;v thic   ���" e  Imperial  Limited/.  ,;������', ,. '������".-., ' liutngiiraletl  ;,; June 10th, from  Vancouver  June 11th, from Montreal  Will give quicker, lime belwei-iv  OCEAN =ind OCEAN!   .\i'r<^s tne  i-' '  AMERICAN   CONTINENT  GEARY  & DOYLE.  ; Liveru, Feed & Saie Stable.  -���'- I'Vrt Sl.cvl.c . I't.C  ' , , i1'  I log ii hi i-   Daily   Siiig-c   niei'ls'. all  trains at Purl, Stt'tele. .���'���unction.  s.\ddi.I': .v i'.xcK noi;si''.s  llvl.MINt; ()!���- .11.1. KINDS A SI>i:i-I.W.TY.  Daily Express Serviee  Nest route lo and  via Crow  from  niboesiMi  ; Imphovei) service on  enay; local     liail   mid  Lines.   -  all K'ool-  Sleaniet-  yOLOSE CONNECTIONS  TIIROUtlHOUT  y i.'.<:���. <;n lookonl I'iic fall dci;ul-  ol' new .service und apply to<  ptit'tieiilai' to,  vv. i''.d\.\.Di':i:si.).\ ���"���,*���:...i. <,-ovr.,i-:;  T,,:,.A.'. Xelson.  A.C.I'.A.. Vancouver THE  PROSPECTOR, J OUT .STKELK. IJ. (*.. Jl'XK ::n, p.  no  h  W%Z 1gK0&pZlft0X+  ���sATUJUMV   H'XK.'HI.  lWh-J.  Tho Cost of British Wars.  The direct C0.-.1 lo (Jreal Hril-  ;iin of the present war with the  Boers up to end of March is  .some -f-'J^O,000,(K)ii, tlie cheapest  in money in her history, considering the number of men 'put in  tA\e field and tlie distance to which  they had. to be transported, says  the San Francisco Cull.  In the American war of independence ("ireai Britain expend-  .otJ *(>(>:>, UOi'l,00<).  The wars with France, beginning in 17U;J and lasting  -with little, intermission - until  midttd by Waterloo, cost her $1,-  ir>r>,U0(),UOO. The whole cost of  tihe Napoleonic wars to France  was *f;-10,0(.ib,000. In tlie' Critical! war Great Britain put 07,-  000 men in the held and the cost  to her was #8-h">,000,000. not  /ouch more than the present war  tup to date.  France sent 310,000 to, the Crimean war at a cost of $4!'/>,< 100.-  OOCi. ("ireat Britain lost rJ7,00O  men from battle and disease of  hot" 07,000 and Russia nearly half  of the 880,000 which she muster-,:  cd on llie shores of , the Black  Sea. The American civil war  .cost the federai government ��3,-  700.000,000 in mouey-amU3r-0,000  men, 'while the loss in life to the  confederates was some UOO.OOO  more.  '   ' According to a report recently  issued by the bureau of ordinance  ,?.it, Washington  the cost of  the  H,mmunition used,  in  destroying  ihe Spanish fleet'in' Manila   bay  was #45.000,, while  the  destruction of'Cervera's fleet oil" Santiago cost $100,000.  ���  , While 'Queen  Victoria's  Jong  reign , is .accounted  one  of   the  most  glorious  and  peaceful   in  English history,   it" is  a  matter  of fnut that throughout the whole  C3 years since she ascended   the  throne there never' has  been a  time when all her war dogs have  'been in the leash.    The first Af-  .irhau war was the event  of  her  iiscensioii to the,, throne,   as   tho  prescut'Boer war is"probably of  the close of her reign,  while  28  .other distinct wars, ranging* oyer  .livery quarter of the  globe,   including'the Crimean--war.  have  til led.up the interval.  With conflicts impending in  (China .and oh the Afghan border  '{."reafc Britain has never been so  well prepared before to meet fhe  situation. Her total force in  South Africa junv numbers more  -.than 220,000 seasoned troops,  1-hree times as-many as she ever  before put in a foreign field at  ���jiiiv time.  \o,i<i amu, vi-^il'mg a poor  who had JU.-.1 lo.sl his lift lo  endeavored to console him.  ]ioOr man burst   into   tears,  man  boy,  Tho  and  in the midst of his sobs exclaimed. '���If twarna agin t" law a  should ha' liked to have V lillle  beggar stuffed."  looks like a toy handlo"'chief for  a good hoy '���Tin' Maple Leaf  Forever".  Tho Cardinal Did Not Mind.  Tiie following story comes  from Rome. Some ladies made  their appearance at a papal reception, to the grave displeasure  of the Pope, iu bailroom dress.  A well-known cardinal was' in-  strueted to apprise these offenders of their breach of etiquette.  The cardinal thus fulfilled his  somewhat delicate mission: '-The  Pope," he said, -Ms old-fashioned  and does not like decollete dresses; but 1 am quite accustomed to  them, for 1 have been so much  among savages when a missionary that 1 do not mind them."  Wonderful Old Man oi* the Sea.  Admiral Sir Henry Keppel i.s  a wonderful old man of the sea  On the verge of 02. he has left  his comfortable chambers in the  Albany and undertaken a long  voyage to British North Borneo.  Fifly years ago he was chasing  pirates in Bornean waters and  storming them in their strongholds. He has ever since retained an active interest in the  British possessions of the far  East, aud has devoted a good  deal of his time lo his duties as  a director of .the British North  Borneo Company.    ��� ���  w is  e time  During the last two months the recent development of the district around the Worth  Star and Sullivan mines and the extraordinary   discoveries   made   would   guarantee   the  ,   Mr. Mackie's Defence.  A Buffalo woman recently instituted divorce proceedings, and  applied lo tho court for alimony  and counsel fees. In opposing  tho motion for alimony her husband submitted in testimony the  following, remarkable letter,  which he claimed to have received through the mail from his  wife:       q  Thi.s is to certify' that I,  Louise Mackie, tlie legally -wedded wife of'John G. Ivlackie, do  hereby permit my'husband to go  where he "pleases, drink what he  pleases and when he pleases;  and 1 furthermore permit him  to keep and enjoy the company  of any lady orcladies he sees fit,  as I'know he is a good judge. I  want him to enjoy life as he will  be a long time dead.  i, He Gave ,Him Leave.  Henry Cooprider, an 18-yoar-  old Kansan, recently,applied to  the probate judge of Harper  county for a marriage license.  The judge informed the young  man" that the consent of his father would have to bo obtained before'the license could be obtained, whereupon the boy presented the following note:  - -'.fudge; Sir-���I turn the boy  loose.' If he makes a-burn he can  sit on the blister. Let him l'iave  his papers. Yours truly Albert  Cooprider."  V/ATER   NOTICE.  Notioo in harohy yivi-n tliut, an :i[>-  pl Unction will bo made undn'r l-'art IJ.  'of "Water Clniim.'�� Con-iolidiition Act.  1S07," to n.-coi-d tho l'iyiit to take, divert, convoy, and im wtitor in'tin- Kast  Kootenay District, for ordinary, domestic;, and aui'k'tiltni'til purposes:  (ii)' Tlie name of tin- applicant in tlio  Indian Department per II. I.. T. (Jal-  hi'iiiih. ' "  (Ij) The name ot tlio lake, -trefim or  hottrce is(({/ ininnvwtl live description is)  Pliillipi crook.  ' (c) Tho point of diversion or intended ditch head i? at or near the Ilonnd-  ary fence on Mr. Phillip-. Lot 2S').   ",  The point whore iL-i.i to be returned  ir- at the International Boundary.  The dilVoronco in 'altitude between  the point, 'of diversion and the point  where it is to be returned, i-, about six  foot.  ((/) The moans by which it i.s intended to store anil divert the water is by  au ordinary ^irrigation ditch and Hume  to be constructed over part of Lot 289  and the Indian Reserve. "   '  (<.') The number of inches applied  tor is One Hundred.  (/)   The water  is'required  for do-"  inc-tie ancl irrigation purposes.'  , ((j)   The land or mine on , which  the  water  in to  bo,; used is   the   Tobacco  Plains Indian Reserve.  (h)   This notice was published on the  2Sth day of .lune, 1900, and  application  will be made to  the  Com miss, ion or on  the *i0th day of .Inly, 1900.  fSi(initturi)] It. L. T. fi.ALL-JR.MTTl.  Indian Auunt.  (P. O. Address)    Port Steelo. B. C.   2,*5  welfare of three or four towns,  only our  As there is  The lead producers of the  western states met in New York  during the present week, for the  purpose of taking some action  with a view to securing a more  favorable price for lead.  Keeping- a Cabinet Secret.  Secrets of  slate are probably  best kept of all secrets, says the  ."New York Press.    When cabinet  aninisters   in  England  first  are  .-admitted  to   the   privy   council  Abey have to take a solemn oath  jiot to make known conversation  or   proceedings   of the  cabinet  -councils, or any communications  Ahoy may. have with   the  Queen  .or with another minister.    They  .cannot give hint of  such   things  , even to the   highest   member   of  ���government who are not  cabinet  ministers.   No clerk or secretary  js allowed lo be present "at-cabinet councils,  no  writlen  record  is kept, and it i.s the custom   not  io take any notes.   Hence no one  but the Queen and fhe ministers  tjver knows what has really been  _said and decided at cabinet meetings.    The oath of secrecy  last  to the end of life.   An ex-cabinet  minister is-as much bound by   it  as an actual minister  Any conversation a, peer or  jjiiuistor may have with the  Queen on state matters must also  be kept a, secret. So must letters  i:o and from the sovereign. And  esven coniihunicittion.s that have  passed between'sovereigns and  .ministers of former reigns must  siot be divulged. But in cases  of extreme urgency the Queen  (ftould, and would allow a breach  vf jbhe oath of secrecy.  How to Get There.  During the jubilation over the  relief of Mafeking (says the Londoner), a humorous policemen  was asked in the thick of the  crowd by a harassed pedestrian  to tell him the nearest Way to  Charing Cross hospital. "'Call  for 'three cheers for Kruger,'"  responded the genial guardian  of the'peace, "and you'll be there  in no time."  An Interesting1 Collection.  The latest fad'ascribed to .Emperor William is his mania for  collecting old boots and shoes  worn by famous people. Tho  collection is kept in the Marble  Palace"at Potsdam, and consists  of some l',000 pairs. The Emperor ha.s a pair of slippers reputed to have been worn by Mohammed and boots worn by Wal-  lenstein, Gustavus Adolphus,  Peter the Great, Frederick the  ftreat ancl the first Napoleon  WATER NOTICE.  ��� Js'QTICl'' K hereby ulruu th.it an application rwill be made under I'art II. ol "Water  Clauses Consolidated Act. ISH7." to record the  riirlil lo take."divert, convey?unci use w.iter in  the Kast Kootenay District, for onliuary. domestic, agricultural purposes- "  (��.) Thc'namo of tlio applicant i��  the Indian Depaitinent por J{. ��� Ij. T."  Galbfaith, A��cnt.  (/).) Tlio namo of tlio lake, .-.troam  or .source i.- [if"iiiin(iiuiil the disrription  is) a Miiiill btroam l'hinjj- on Lot -187.  Group 1. \iu<i Kootunay' Pistrict;  (c.) Tho point of diversion or intended ditch head i.s near tlu: South  Kast Cornel' of Lot 4S7 (M. I'hillipps  Land).  (tl.) .The mean.-: by which it in intended to .store and divert tho water is  by an ordinary irrigation diteh__and  tlume to be con.strneted over part of  Lot 4.S7. Group I. X'.u^i Kootenay District, tho property of *\I. I'hillipps.  (e.) The miniher of inches applied  tor i.s six (Mj. '  (./'.) The water i.s required tor domestic and irrigation purposes.  {ij.) The hind on which tho water is  to bo ttbod is on tho Indian Itosorve of  tho Tobacco L'lains Hand.  (//.)    This notice was lirsi published  on the Kith diiy of .lime.  WOO.  and  application will bo made to  tho  ('oniniis-  hionor on tlio 21th day or .Inly. WOO.  (Sii/niiture)    II. L. T. GALIllLMTn.  Indian Agent.  (/'. O. Add a-*.-)    fort Steelo. H. C.    21  .A''.Yorkshire   clergyman not  Emblem for tlie Flag.  There is nothing particularly  wrong with the red ensign as a  Canadian flag. It docs very well  for England. Scotland, Ireland  and Wales,' and might be used  for other parts of the Empire  without much harm being done.  But- if there 'must be a distinctive  Canadian emblem on the British  ihig. used ; by this country, the  government cannot do better  than adopt the idea favored by  the Ontario. Historical society,  and make .the maple leaf the emblem, The beaver is not pretty  and the Canadian /coat, of arms!  NOTICE.  The r-'ori Steele Fire IJrijjade tire invited lo attend tho Cranbrook celebration on Dominion Day. The Cranbrook  liroiiien will generously allow the visiting lireVnen to list; their hose carl, lliu-  savin<i the visitors tho trouble and expense of brinjiint; their own out tits.  Bismarck's Iron Nerve.  Was tlio result, of his splendid health  Indomitable will and tremendous enemy are not found where Stomach.  Liver. Kidneys and Dow��K arc out of  order. If you want these finalities and  the success they brinj,r. use Dr. Kiny's  New Life 1'ills. They develop overpower of brain and body. Sold by A.  \V. Bleasdell. Drti<;��isl.  ��* SCIENTIFIC  THIRTYrNINTH YEAR.  24 Pages  :  Weekly   :   Illustrated.  INDISf ^NSABLE  TO! MINING MEN.  $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.  SKNtt KOIt SAMI'MS COPY".  MINING ^ scientific PRESS  330 MARKET ST., SAH FRANCISCO, CAL.  KIMBERLEY  and that in a central position be sure and in-  vest now, as the town is just beginning.-to  move rapidly.  O ",   '' i ��� ' ,      l" '  (      �� o '   i \ r o  ���* O v  Lots  $1 SO to  $SOO  Apply to  N. A. WALLINGER/  Fort Steele, B. C.  THE  R.  S- ' ��  ���j;        lb PL'm.lSllKIJ UVKKY KATIJIfDAY, AND HAS A        ���*  CIUAUANTICI'.D   Cl ItGL'LATlO.V   I.AiailOK   THAN'       *  ANY OTHKK 1'Ai'KK IS KAST KOOTKNAY. IT IS       ��:  ALT, IU1J1K I'lil.VTKU. AND CONTAINS UOUHUO  T1II0 AMOUNT OF N'HWS OI"1 ANY I'Al'I'.K IN Tllli  IUSTIUCT. ���     ^ .  3s  *  *����r*S^X��-����S*��*��;��������^S^^��*S���*���'��;*����S'-S;���S���������<-:S������*  c '  As   An   AdvertisingfflMecUuiri  Unexcelled.  It   Is  ^r-&S-e-6-S-rr&S-e-e-fre-&S-fr&6-C-6-frrfS-S-&tg-t&6-<e.  TIIK I'KOSl'KCTOR COVKHSj A IJI.STRICT  LAiaiKI- THAN SOM K  \ii    LMtOF.ll THAN SOM K K.MP1 l{KS. ANI3 HAS A   H>  |Jj    I.AKCiK FOKKKJN C'IKCUI.ATION. ||!  ill t>  The Paystreak Of Ad's In This Paper Pays Prom The Grass Roots,  And Never Pinches Out, Stake One !     The Result Will Be, To  Your Interest. .  JOB .'PRINTING OF ALL KINDS NEATLY AND PROMPTLY  EXECUTED. !'.'��� THE PKOSPKOTOU. FORT STKELE. M. P.. JUNE an. 1 (if
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THK PKOSPECTOR, f- published
eicr> "isit:jit!.ij- .i:iJ lii's i> (.■ti.ii.tiilci'J
cficulaiion I.UKW th.'iii ;n<\ oni'--r psipe"
;n r.w-1 KiMitciM.i. It is .ill lioint; J'rimvd
and contJitis tlntihlc tlio iicv- <il nm
i»thcr papci £ ii ■ i lit- tl j -11 id.
As  an   .idM-iiisin;;   u-.l-Jii-id   it   is mi-
excelled.
Devof cl to llipiipl'.iili". iiii »l Pdit s..(.,.j,. mi'
ievelopmu't nf tii" i.i-t irrcrjl i"-''in(i". i>t
the IZa'.i U'outcn.ir in'tiliic cl.mtici
\\ ilil<"     it     f iiiiliiil     l.i'     learned
whiit Ihe i'i---n!l ol   ilie   worl>"   i-s,
It  is v'nv tLi'i iJu>   ii   nM'V   ln'iii
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'In' ground wm'iM have heeii dis-
t-oiitiiiuc'd.'   unless    th<"   owiK'i'-
liatL ;i reasonable :ir-s-ui-stn*-«* thai
it woti'd |iiiv.
There ;ire   several   other   sections   where     piotiii.ble    mil! ili^ J p~
-X3Te-a.dauairters   for <-Ift£m:ng   stnd   Oommepcial   F^Cer*
could be engaged, but enough  is;
shown   to   satisfy   ihe   doubtin
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suoi-cTipiKiiis ..     .      .      sj'mik- w.u i Thomases i liai   Kast   Kooteiiiiy.
Idruni-lw.' i.ius » .ulr K'Icaii «r.. iii)i'iv.'U'ii  ! . , .
a< a  mineral   region,   has   not   a
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aistrli-t bul .illmuitn Inti'i'ucd tor pt.'.llc.filon j P^er ill   l.l'ltlsh  ( -"-I WlllblU.
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■ \'it-ioi'i;t,   ih;it.   when   the   le<jji>
l.ituii.'c.nn ( ue.s, n   i.s {ho   inti-iio
liuiiot lite (hi-, eriimeiit in inaK'e
  _       a,-earehin^*    iuve^ti^nlio::   into
I,,-, .    .,     ,   ,.'.. •'.        a,   V; -,    - tlu- iivikni-s i>:* a  iiiUfitH-r   til   olli
T is trie hi'iiet ot people hvinir , *
r-        !■■ ^ ^i    .   ,i eials  ihrouirJuMi"   the   Province,
in East   [vootenay that  the "-2"1 • ...
time is not Uv distant when capi- wboii il is lf",m'»u,ok :ul aj'uv",
'tal for the  clev.'topmein  oi   [ho ■ i'.'ri in the (-ampai-n. «.       ,
muips wul commence to come m. , ...
Thefeeliucr i,"Keneral tu;*. we , V^h ^ V^"" <» whai :>•
have -a 'mineral di,n*ict. in termed imperialism ynu the,
value, second to none on eour.e pnr^neu :onr year> ^o ■
the continent.    While but  little on thither quoMu.n. » -s  u:in-
work       has '     been      done      to . cull»to SCtf whal tht? M"^^'""""
Review wit! do durmj; uie  i-otn-,
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FORT    STEELE,   B.   G.
demonstrate    what lies    hidcian, ,        . .
in   the/mountains, we  certainly ''»? campaign m the Mtates.    ■ [t-|
Jtnow , that 'where  chnelopment  wil1 ^icht?r hav<? lo ^'°}- "T        !
has    been    continued    tor'   anv ■ ryr   aad   suPlJOrl   -N"-^inl«^   01",
l»;.nirlh of time, the-results  have . abandon its  position  on  espan-r
„ jusnhed the expenditure of large j sion 'uld -"PPort Bryan. ,     , .
.sums of'monev in further devel-1 v    * .  ' j
opment. and hi the ectuipping ot!     The editor oi the loronto tele,;
«   mining   propeit^s   with   ct*tl.y jSl'am  ^  evidently   not  familiar.
machinery  to  secure  a"yreater
ouipuWtita reduced cost.     This
Large   Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.
The
■ is shown in the St. Kuaene Con'
"' solidated at Moyie, and the
North Star and Sullivan groups;
near Kimberley. The St. Eu-
trene and^North Star have been
. worked continuously for several
years, and the Sullivan' reached
1he shipping point a few weeks
ago. These are mentioned as
.examples ol what may be expected if systematic work i.s con-
tinned upon many another property in this district. The Estella. on Tracy creek is fast reaching ii point where il may reasonably expected to become a shipper when transportation becomes
available. There are other
properties in Ihe vicinity of lho
Estella,. notably the Minnie M.
and Tiger', Montana, .lohn L.
and others; all in coar.se ol development, and the showing being of such a character as to
warrant iln- work being continued.
On Wild Horse creek and its
tributarjes, work is being done
in a desultory sort of way. ex-
cept on the I3ig Chief. Dupont.
Star and (Jolden Five groups,
where -steady work i.s being done
in exploration ol the properties.
On P.nll river tin- Old Abe and |
Chick;, mjju stone, show the!
gi-i'att'st    development.      There,
with American politics. Under;
the caption. **Xero or Fakir," he i
throws aspersions upon the mo-.
tives which induced Theodore i
Roosevelt to accept the nomination for the vice-presidency.
The vice-president of the United
States if not a position eagerly
sought after. If elected he is
simply a figure-head presiding
over fhe senate, and the possibility of his°being president, i.s
extremely remote, he usually is
plunged into obscurity incase he
serves during the four years.'
While on the other hand to be
governor of the great state of
New York is an honor greater
than the vice-presidency, and if
he. seeks re-nomination he is an
active political factor in a great
scheme. Some great man said
he would rather be right than to
be president, but in the case of
Mr. Roosevelt, he would rather
be governor of Xew York than
be vice president. Mr. Roosevelt was forced into the position
against his will, he had asked
that his name be not ,considered
that he' would accept the nomination for re-elect ion as governor
of Xew York but' that he did
not want the 'vice-presidency.
But the convention nominated
him. and he simply did what any
one else would have done under
the c-ircumsuinces. bowed ^gracefully to the inevitable.
Kimberley Hole
Kimberley,    B. C.
WEL.L.IYIA1M     &     HUREL,     Prop's.
#      $2   PER   DAY      ^
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Is a lar^e and. Attractive Hotel of Quiet Elegance in all
its Appointments, with a Cusine of Superior
Excellence.
Now Open
North Star Hote
Kimberley,   B. Q*
H. W. Drew, proprietor. '.-
*
Bed Bug Poison
arc   oth-'r   promising   prospect
;n that region whi.-h .'or want  of lGreat s,-orthei.n  increases Its  Hold-
ciipi'iil thi' owneis are unable tu!
insrs.
■e-M'i-'l'- .Advice- fmni   London   are   to
Sand Cri'i'k >> ai.otbi.M- -"dion the effect thai the (Jreat XTorth-
which is v.i'i! wortii :urther ''X*-' oni have necjuired the holdings
nloi.it iini. The showing- then- 0; ,jH. Kootenay Railway and
are ■•'•rial'* y gt^od en.'igh *> Navigation Co. 'nciiuling lho
warrant vv\ 'nor I'-vpt'ia'pl a:*.' ' K'-isio A Sloean railway.
iiii *ia'>'   Marv*-, fini1 i*s-r:iv>        Thij-' ■ companies have Jor ,-ev-
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LARGE   AND   COMMODIOUS   SAMPLE   ROOMS   FOR
COMMERCIAL MEN.
Everything New. First Class and up to date
_    In Every Particular.
HEADQUARTERS   For Travellers and Mining Men.
f SEASONABLE GOODS *
}' For House Gleaning Time.^
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ed Bug P
J3oracic Acid
Carbolic Powder
Sulphur Torches -S^
Borax . *
Sponges nnd Chamois
Electro' Silicon  and  Silver  Soap for Cleaning-
Windows and Silverware.
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i-j- : h:'. t. --.-oiihtry say ;!vc cbji-. the ■( reat'Xori hem will ^•lutra.i.i-.l
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CONTRACTORS
All    Kinds   of   Brick   isiul .■Stone   Work
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FERNIE, B. C.     OLD to ivy •
SPLENDID,.AC.OOMMODATT.ONS.  ' .- , '   !
Sample.'.Rooms for Commercial Men        .
,''■.. No Traveller' Should Pass the-DoaT.
The trail runs within ten I'eet-oT i he house.'. (>'o<>il
I.Jarii and. pliMity of Inly and .grain. H'.you patronize Ihr-
W.-iJdori,'.yon will lun'er l'cgrcl  il.
Bl.   A..   K.A.NOUSB, ,'-
'.Rroprictor THE PKOSPECrOK, FO  ">'E :;<*, l<oo.  �����}�� $$V0&p��tf&l\  -i \'i't;!:jiAY   ll'XK an.  l'laa.  SrORTHERN  CHINA AB*LAZS.  is 'vo days ahead oi' her expc-  .' l.  She ionic mi    KM  f.i's and marines brought Ut 11  I'.'ong by   \he  Zafiro.      Th"  >  International Troopi in Dire Peril.  Tientsin Whites Fighting- Hard?-  No Hews   From   Pekin.    Terrible  Slaughter oi Chinese.  KpCl'iill '.li 'I'HK l'Kusl'l i  Jon  London, June 27.���The po.sl-  tiou oi' the I nternaiioual lorces  in the seciion ol' Xortiiern Cliina panic time tin  where 1000 men arc .striving to  keep a leoinig and to succor ihe  legations iu IVIiin, appears to  increase in peril every fre.sh dis-  paid). Pekin has not been heard  lroin direci Jm- 'fourteen (lav-.  The l;i-t di-paich was one im  ploring-aid. Admira,l Seymour's  cohimn    was    not    heard    fri m! oi-ni.-s -t  ���mi-  ./'.-  shi[) may now have a chance   i<  repeat     her   celebrated    perhn'-  uiauee    **aroimd   the   Horn",   as  she is being crowded for  a   'a-i  run to the scene ol action.     The  distance is \.2oo miles and ii .she  malces her I'eeoid  time  she   will  beat Taku in .six days, about the  Lruoklyn  arrives  ships   ai  the,   oinv  from .Manila. These  the Monadiic'lr. are  ones going to China.  OK TO PEJXIN.  twelve days ago, and at thai t 1..10 iil'"1  Entered Tientsin     Situation in BaJ.  China's Vnst Army ai Pukiu.  J/uidon. .] i ,- '  iff.-   A   !'i ;<isli  h ls ai'iT "d  at   ("'hoe!' o  'h'U    V ith     lui.    lollinvipi  HtOSE BICYCLEaiFRE  "    iiir'Wfl'i'-'ri"c''!' 7, "'���'"��" ''�������� ����"-���' d-SS-J h"':"ftii'! "fin-  tf.f/.^^^^^^i,^fc''l,-rfoV..Vo;,u^,'.,'1,l-l'ill,* iVVt\,j;*--;.<-v''.jn,"���Va,*''-":fV7"  <!nniif.��i( mid u bill.', ��l.Al iJj u, -. <��u . ., -,, J,.-^ I.,*., U '���'"' "'" "l*  Mi.,, limn n i.i uni-ilHr. ul��.. i"a?id ��V"ri imi 5 !"r- "'."r "-"  .,;.--.> 1.i. The "MONTROSE" Bcycte *'* ~'''c��  it. mir SiM-oiul   Aunt's   ^i������,,it. vr,^.,,t   5>1 fi.50  t.Jtl.i> rtu��hi...l.... the ,m.,iu?, iidio, m,\[,t, ..V^?",""* ,c '"'*J:i1  If} mi do not Iind il i ���- ��e,, i,n J.,,t    Vv,   .... iH, .''Vi-V' '*���'���"'  ",,Jt  ji v.*. i r vert ki;iis .������ "iki tins .,*. i �����iV,I:,r,i ,: ,t,t"1 <IE  mode to seen itf " RIDER  AGFHT ... ..i���~,, '     .  and tukc orders.   tinr..K5".,]7|,?,���U" 'f.,V l" " ""���"t ''"  SPECIFICATIONS. ��'��������������� ���-���"<''' -"''"->>. i-m*- :^  n.-t  ll.llldll- 1.11, l��l.J.,l ll.llilOB,, |���. J,', fV.i M." ��� iTl ""I I"1 1"'d  the l-lisli-st MllillliK l.l.imii. If,, La ..V"t. ."s I;"''-,,,",l'-"'V<1,"'"f-"-'t-  M���.stc-xjH'i,siti'tl,.s������,|,<.���,, "Vi Vh..KtiiulH^Jlv     i U''d "���','"}'  smiiiiu; ,,,-,i���i^, t��.,is���,���j liMty (.ri."ij" .si^Min? i:.,et;r,,3B.lc!''<!  him k. tn irn.Mi <>������ i ouch in i < 11  ),,,- |,h ��,,, ���>��� ,? /',, i ,'"','''''   l-��'>����--!<'<l"J  of iiiuuriai III it (fo. �� Int.. this ,, "l.i.K. our ft,ii'i, l V3 ���"* <-u  iinl.'u l.unil with < uii l,ioill-       "l"-"1     �����"��� Mudlne jiiii-'k iruar-  |)i'ili(Uynalslli<i ' moiifj allluukifjoui.ionot  CHEAP WHEELS. ���,*';'"."V",i,i",'Iiii(' "��� ���������"<���)> din-i.t-  ���.iu��� and IiIb fn,',',ho.,s,.J;,"r.lisi.,,n,r'n'*'"',' 'V'"1 "'"''"''s '���"���.li -���- mom now  ,y UNABLE to BUY��Jir,.^ ^1^,^^/^^^!:;;^  rr.'f  1 iO-  Wm.  5���5 O >-y-  i*w��ttM7rM /r��i��rnir o?Vf :  ��� -J.  :    '_)  Mannfact^  unng'  -^' c/,  ll.l-.'.l.  1<'V  r;  it was  KiuTounde<  tween Pekin andTiemsin  sibly  by this tiine  P-'Ifisi.' T\;e'.;ySH),  at Tientsin   were  midway   bu-  I'd s-  1 has reached  nternat ionals  Kt i (1   [ire.s^ed  and lighting   tor   their  lives  on  ur  ialli.i.��U..iii|i.iiii-.    V.'o��illM.|'id>   ill  tl, ,"or..f,.'J!, .  'ii"J, ','l'^I",l*''''1'"'-',,V'1'''-,'l.r'��i''>������''>> tM'ii-'-'ir  SEND YOUR ORDER I^Ji(jiiS�� S^IKS^^  ���#- JL. MEAD GYG'JLE GOM&^NY, chiaano* m.  ��iq*  nut \s  U  NfM If  t 2 I yji i    \  Vs;.  ������Cii-hi hundred .Sikhs and :Joi  Welsh i'usilioi'S   have   alj'oded   -,.  juufion    with    ih.'    America:;, j  (h*-ruian    and    [Jus-mhi!     fences. |  whicli had been   cut   oil'  by   tii-1'  Thursday, and a  relieving  force j ('hinesu hn'ce.s about  nine  'miles,  of less ilian 1000 men were beal- i h'om Tientsin.     It n,, propo-ed :  en back to Taku on Friday.    Qlj.   to commence   an   attack, on   the J  'servers on   the  spot  think  tluii iChiiH'so ioi-ct--.-.  at   Tientsin   lasl  3UO.00O mon'will not be too many 1��iirlit-    it is apparently  certain  'to grasp China tirnily. ' . thai the Allies v.ere iu suiticient  The   admirality  ha.s  received jJ'orce at Tientsin Sunday  to  at-  the following dispatch from  the,tac^ l^u besieging Chinese."  British rear-admiral at   Taku:���I     ������Foreign official opinion here"  Cheefoo. June 211.���Only one'says" a dispatch to the Daily Mail  ii*"-'  i  n  u  k   5  \ i  ,"���"'���  -'    "i.  I.    I  ?��      I 'C.J   "*'   J,">   S"i  ~^i  ; i  n  A   ii  't & '>  *l* ii   il  mi es  IvJL  1  ��  *4&y  LCinnes m  ui',  Ss-estsil  w*  "b  DREW.  Proprietor.  'AS'T .'    I    ��� ),.     , '  .  i).  m;d  runner ha.s got through Lroin  .Tientsin for five days. ,No' information could be obtained ex-  cept that the foreign  sottlemehl  from .Shanghai, "i.s that the  worst has happened to the legations at Pekin. Even if the legations were  safe  on  June   l-i.  has been almost  destroyed  and j there is no guarantee  that   they  that our people were fighting  hard. News is received as this  telegram i.s  dispatched   that an  Go ro f,hc  MONTE CARLO RESTAURANT.  i  On Kiversidc Avcikiv  Williaia Kobinpofl.,Proprietor  .M.-I.AI.S    AT    ALL    HOi;K=  '  MINING   PROPERTIES  ^HE'  .VII   Kinds   of   Poultry   and  Grime    In    Soj  as on  IX .-  EAST KOOTENAY, B.'C.  WKi-j'/-; 'i o  i  Cranbroolt  i^ernie  Bori Steele  Moyie Wardner.  'attempt   to   relieve Tientsin on | Vang fvung, where the unrest i.s  June 23 was repulsed with some!said to be growing hourly  loss. The allied admirals are  working iu perfect accord with  Ihe Russian vice-admiral as  *>-a��ioi' officer. "���  lt was reported from Shanghai last'evening that the allied  forces had blown up the ��� Taku  forts and thai every available man  had been sent   to1 the   relief   of  v I-,  ceroy Lia King   Yuch  has" telegraphed the British   authorities  that he has ordered the live Chinese cruisers lying off  the  har-,      , tv,.w  bor  here,   to  proceed  to , Nein u,".'w^'i'd." ' L^dcr'sianii  Tientsin.    L\-8<>ii Chinese' bodies Ibined forces entered TieiUs  wore alleged io  have  been  ere-1 Saturday.    They started on Sun-  mated at Taku, and  -1.000  Chin-jdav to .relieve 'the  force   which  .s.s.-. .,,.., .-.,;,i .��   l,    i     i-ii.. j    .    "    .... .  ese are said to have been   killed  at- Tieut.sin.  ' Chinese runners who have arrived at Taku report that a foreign force was engaged several  /lays ago with an. overwhelming  body of Chinese forly miles west  of Tientsin. Jt is assumed thai  the force was Admiral Seymour's.  . London, June 2.r).���At Canton  the "Boxers are posting infiama-  tory placards of which the following is a sample: "Kill all  Germans, Americans. * French  aud English._ To have peace  prevail in the hearts of the poo-  )jlo all foreigners should be driven out. Thi.s end can be gained  iu a few days il we unite 'our  ���strength."  The Hritish admiralty has ordered live more cruisers to go to  China.  The foreign ministers in Pekin  are safe now. The situation in  fact' grows more 'and more  gloomy.    Bad news comes from! ftT3b.iS    Milwaukee'  A liiirnliiii- n.nae loi- thi- < 'Ii'cil'c  Milu-iUiki'f.' iV St. i'iinl ll.iil'niv. l-n.i\\ri  all ov'ui* l.he IJiiiun .is iho Croat, JI it 11-  \v,iy i-iiiininii iliu ������/'iomii Mniiud."  truiri.s i:\c\ iIji.v inai niyhr liui.wocn St.  I'an^ und ���'.'liii-iiiio. and Omalia and  UhicujiO.   -*'l*ho  only  iicrfcut.  1 i-.iin-s iu  ('omicctions  arc made ivitli All 'Pi'aiwconijneiittil  bines, awn-iri" to [uiNsefiyers the bust  ���service Tkno��-n. 'Luxiu-ion.s ccjuehes,  elcijtric lijihih. steaui heal, of ii veriiy  equaled Iiy no other lin��'.  ' Sec t.har your t.ickc, read- \ ia -'-The  Milwaukee"* when, uoiny to suij point  in the United States or Canada. Al]  ticket, agents ~ii]l ihem.  For rates, pamjihleis or  other  int'or  mation. aifdre*'1. o  .1. W. Uasey.    ���     C. STEuo\'  Ti'iii. lJ.iss. .\iri.. Cenei'.il Auuni,  Si;.\TT-LK. WASH.    POiri'LAXU. OK.  Kin.  Chefoo, June 2u\��� Rear- Admiral Kempff reports by a Japanese torpedo boat that the com  sin ou  are demanding' their  passports,  and tho Tsung Li Vainen is disposed to comply   with   their   request.   Thi.s news, if true, would  imply the correctness ol  the   reports of the arrival   of  Admiral  Seymour at Pelcin.  Yankee Ships and Troops Move.  Washington,    June    l'l.'���The  navy departnn-iil today givesout  the following bulletin:  ������The Jollowing telegram I rom  Admiral Kemplf. daied Cheefoo,  .lune :2!:  ������ -In ambuscade ne.ir Tientsin  on the lirst. [our ol Wallei  command were killed and eleven!  wounded. Names will be furnished as .soon a.s received. A  ���force, of .2,000 is going, to' relief  Tientsin.today. -  ..,  '.'��� 'Kemplf.: '������  ��� The secretary of the navy has  ordered.' Admiral    Reiney.   with  yf,he   Brooklyn.'; .'to   go  to' Taku  ��� and .assist' ��� tiiyyarmy with what  ' troops the .Brooklyn can curry..  Wof/l   'reached,   the   navy   de-  1 partii'ieii! that the bal.lTe.ship QV-  ogo'n, got'uwuy from, Irloh'g .Kong  last night, bound for Taku.  This  left Tientsin'on June lu.- and  which is believed to be Kin-rounded near Pekin. '  According to 'these Japanese  reports Admiral Seymour ha.s  been captured, and the ministers  have left Pekin guarded by Chinese soldiers." Their whereabouts is unknown.  Chicago. June itf.���Tho Fourt h  battalion of United States marines passed through here tonight  on a, rush assignment to San  Francisco for llie=Orient. and  the Chinese battle ground is believed to be there objective  point. The battalion reinforced  by two squadrons of the Sixth  Cavalry wil] sail from San Francisco July 1st.  London. June 27>. ��� A careful  estimate of the number and armament, of the Chinese troops  around Pekin put tho total at  .'3(10.000. and they have 22 Crou-  sot guns, IH Krupps aud MO  Maxim*. Their supply of ammunition i.s practically inex-  hau.vtable.  , fcms. H-Teidig  Contractor   *&   Builder  All kinds nf F.-mey Hijjn and Hon.se  lJain1in��. ('alciminino and J-'aner  Ifanginj; a specialty.  FURNITURE    REPAIRING  All Work Strictly First Class.  fCliae,.  Estmere,  i ' '     .  t  Mining and Stock Broker,  Kimberley, B. C.  \' -----     -_  MILLINERY  Just  Received���A  large consignment of Latest Styles.  . MRS. DILSE, Proprietor.   ^�����.-*, '.���  KEEPS   CONSTANTLY   ON    HAND  Rresii Bread and Cakes ,  Fresh Fruits every clay  FresH* Vegetables       ,  Fresh Eggs '  Fresh Milk and Butter  Mansfield &  Cotter ell  Wholesale and Retail DeaMrjr m Tobacco,-,  Cigars and Cigarette--:.       The Leading Resort in town for a  cptiet game of cards.  HICHWARDEN '&    SON,  ?mtY2   3ARLZP: SHOP  o '  Everything Strictly First Class.  Nut door to thypmspujor.  We keep a lull line Of imported and domestic cigars  among which are -our own specials'- and the famous'  ������'CcMcral Arthur Cigars." '  Our Chewing and Smoking Tobacco is Always Fresh  Have you tried "Piper Uiedsick" chewing, the pr'uU  Vnnkee's oi- **\Vi!l.s Ni\\;y Cut" the best smoke in M. C.  We Carry a Complete Line oT Pipes including  B B B and E A M.  of   tho  l -3.0-  \        alvjavs i(i:eif- oi.= ��iar;o        'A  ly THKEi: iC i't': Klf."' ���'���>.��� plUti ct *?  '�� P.IHE,   SiWEslK/ll.   flf    EJ-.EiT'tU    ��  'J'VHar j'.-.CiJ-uillcb vv.ij. .fcv :;��.'. i*  <? U.VJS. ��  S LOOK O'JT COP. :���1iT*.TIiS'!3 ai.b^ue- j,  \ iii-ITU-TfcS. 11-T. ClineiMi. BOfTLc. <  \ DCAria THE Kf.MC, 'i?  ii? if  r>.     (���-EnrjY davcs m -nrA     \  il'^i''^/^V5i^/a./ffi.ffl^2,-<J,^-i/?:vviy-v-���e)  Be f��. cook:.  Livery,  Feed   and   Sale   Stable.  Fori St'v.io. B. c.  o  .TKAMIXO OF .SI.L  KlXll.s. .SOLIOl'J'KU  l. comS.  TAT LOR  AND IMPORTER OF  FINE, WOOLLENS  Rocky Mountain Avenue    ���  Fort Steele. 3. G.  I.s    stricti,\  Our Billiard and Pool Parlor  Look us over and see what we can dolor } oi*.  fort and pleasure is our aim.  up   to date.  Your   con.-  "UlN-l'-R.U.  ACT  IHIIOI   i-)  imk;  i i.ii i ii I. \ti: hi   imi*iii>vi:.mi:m>  > CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS,  $       COPYRBGHTSandDESICMS.S  jStii'iil yoi:r!iusiiioHmliri'<:t to Wilsliinj-ton, |  5    saVca tT:;<i';,<ii>st!< losfl, l.iottcr ��i!rvk-4i.    .?  | My (iQce close to u. S. IVitont OMcc. VltEE pri'l'i'aln- ?  e nry i'xnminatlonn nir.tlo. Atty'n fco not duo until natent /  J la gcturod PEUSONAL ATTENTION OIVEN-19 YEAltS J  J AOTUAi; EXPEKIENOE. Book "How to ol.taln Patentii " f  'etc., Hcnt frco.' Piitcntu procurcil through E. a. Slprrcrs \  1 receive spoolal   notlco.   without cliiirgo, . In ' tho i  llNVEJMTBVe-'- AGEi  5 lllmitri\teu monthly���Eleventh year���tormn. $1. .1 ycur. \  ifT   fit    O I !T3 il r tl O  L''ll(r'0' C. A. Snnw A Co. $  JIL. U. Uli'UIMI.il'Ul^WASHINGTON,   D. C.$  NOTICE.  .MINN IU     il-      .md       'I'll. Klf-    .M11111.ll  i'i,inns    Miu in'   111   ill."    1**01 r   Sui'Ic   ^Ii i:  IIIMvlDII ol   I..K1  ICnilliMl.lV Himi-kI  U'lii'M'In. .ili'd -On ili.-Ti.ii vCm-lIc.Mcuiii-  l.llll III',II   r."llh I'M'I'lC.  'I'.iKi' until <��� Ili.it I. TIiik T .Mi'\'itiu' ,".  M O N<. niiii'M" .ij.--.-iit |oi .luliii 1:.  IIiiiii|)Iiic%s I' >' <* Ni' 11IIVJ uilciKl. si\t\  >l:i'.s I111111 Lin-tl-li In 1. 1.1 -���> ..pply in :|n-Min-  Iiil-lii'i'ciuii 1 im .11 1-1 inn ,m-ui Inipmu'iiK'ni-.  I.ir Ilii'piuiid'-i'ol iiltl.'limit.';i Ci nun Ci.im 01  \ in ,ilni\ o 1 Linns.  \iii! lui I'n 1 1 il,.   put in  Hi 11   ,u 11..11    und, 1 ]  s. 1 uiiil !T  muM Ik- iiuiiiiii iu-. .1 ih'U.ii' iln  1  .ini i'(il siu-li < t 1 lilk.ili' nf lp\]ii(Hciil''iUs  l> il. .1 lliis ".ill (l.iv nl M.i\   liiiiil  l'l- TilOs   ']'   -Mi-vri"l'JI-:  T. 6. flrmstrono  ''" ;    .    '    NOTICE. _  ��� IVlni' Aiuli'ison ;ui.l U.-ivlil i;ic*Ui*i- ln.:ivl.y  nil'..- iiiitirn Hint, l.lii-y u-il.1. :iji|)ly for, it s|i^i-inl .  linilii.'r liri'iisc.1111-111 iiiiili..-i- .011, the fnlliiu-iii^ I  il<*n.-;-iL>i!(l Iiiniis: I'oipnn��� itt'fn:r ;it. n |ios-t |iliuil-  i;il..ii Uii' in in Ii Im 111; of Jlijv .--;i:n| ('i:ci'l,-. m-jit-'Llii.'  nlo'.ll.l! of ;l s:n:ill cro.'li. iiiiii .ilii.ut ii;,-l]| mill's  iroiii pii- i-ii i'i Wiiy,. dlirncir uvi-iJi 11).. i-luilns.  1 i.i'lici' ui'sl. Ml i'lniins. tl-.i.'ni'o norlh -ill clniin-;,  tlio.'H'i'. wesi 111" rlniins. !,!ii'iu'i' smith Hn i'lniins  inn I-ii nr loss, tn I'll.- ll.'lnli nf 1 hr s.-iiil Ilii-''Sil  ���' 'ri'.'k. tili'ln',1,' loilmvinv; Iii,.' s:ii.| liiinU' ,i..',i  si ri'iini tu tit.' fi.iii.!. "1 <-. ni, ii!.-iii'V'iii.*iii.  i ; I. n't 1. '! :it l-impir" 1 iiii May, I'.inn.    .  I'KTfVii AXDl-iKSOX.  l.iAVIO ,1'li'KKi;  Four Stickij-:. 13. (J.  MANUFACTURER   OF  Tinware. (";alvaui/.eil Iron. Sheet  Tron.   Stove   Pipes  aMul  Oopperware  BUILDINGS HEATED anil VENTILATED  j'  iPJiiinbiny,   Pipe  1ittin��   and   all  kinds of sanitary work  .   Air Tight���Hot Blast Stoves  Hydraulic   and.   Ah\ Pii>e.s   for  Mines ' ���       y  Fort Steele, B. C.  0  si'i-jciai. ;\t'i;i'':xtioa'. p,\in'  iOK   WOliMs.    .  TO  McBride Bro  SH6H t Heavy -flardwar  Stoves, Graniteware  : Tinware w   /������������".:.\-;::"i.,  ;,, : Powder,;-.-]Fiise;-  '.*":'' Paints'::and  ' s  3ap.s'  y.  S..-J'.  fci..  Slieet inetal; work, of all;M.ndS'  promptly.-executed,   v Till-] JM-iOM'KCTOH. FU'.IT STKKLK. B. C. JUNE 30, 1900.  ��� i hi*, jiwt.iiuaj L-^-tfjac^ruPwayiwacaaiJU  ��Uu lfco0vujctjor*  SATURDAY, .Jl"XK.*iO   1->00.  Sii.tc-. and (;real ! trii iiii loudi-  inn- tlie Bnf.*-ii West lin,lian 1>-  iiinrln.  Washing-ton, D. C, Letter.  Spi-ii.il io 1 mi. l--niisi-n-ii.it.  Washington,    -lune    27.��� The  situation iu   China   predicted   in  this   correspondence   .-.oiiie  two  months uiro ha* come about nearly a*,  foretold.      Great   Britain  still engrossed in Soutli   Africa,  finds   it   difficult   to  .-.pure   any  large number of troops  to  safeguard her interests in China, ancl  the United States���which  i.s  almost   without   pergonal   interest  in Asia���sends tioops from Manila and will send more to control  the situation.     Russia's hand has  not yet been shown but there   is  little doubt in the minds  of  diplomats here thai she will   eventually be found acting on the side  of China aud against' the powers, j  Nor is there any particular doubt  that American troops have been  sent in accordance with  an   An*  Lrlo-Saxon'   understanding    thai  British interests were to be- pre-1 -. �� n*  ...;.'.,:.dV: c ...".dd.vd d.,\ '���   -      da!'  ���'.. ��� served in/Chiha pending the termination ofhhe struggle in South,-  d Africa?:- The United-States does  'dnot pwn.o.r'iease.a foot of soil .in |  vdiiuia'aridy has only a yfew yinis-y  �� sioira'riesi there,', near)y"yall y-Qf-.r  y'wnqnryiare located vin; a yy region, j  * some; distance'f r.otu the; sfcene of !  ������ ."'troubles ��� v Bv recent treaties.with j,  "      "'    '   "���   "   ^yhas ^YeT  i'tat-io.  The Stratheoiin's.  Tlie .Morning Standard's correspondent atxv.ipe Town, in a  letler describing the parade then*  ou the birthday anniversary of  Queen Victoria, remarks that the  heartiness with which onlookers  cheered Strathcona's Horse especially, was unmistakable, and  abundantly testified to tho public  appreciation of the splendid  spirit they have shown.  A Novel Idea.  (Momii*nl Witness   M,ir ,10. luiW )  Mrs.' Egerton, an English lady,  who did nursing in Dawson City,  carried otr  an  original  idea   in  London, which greatly gratified  the C. P. li. people.    Mrs. Eger-  ton had been much struck by tho  scenery along the line of thu  C.  P. K., as well as  with ,the  ser-  I vice which the company render-  fed across the Continent, and she  I determined   to   let   the  folk   in  I England know something  about  For<' this   purpose;  she  Availed herself of a i'ai'icy, ball at  :C&tiveiit:Cardeu,,;to;appear'i,n  a  costumev \\iucli'.ito,dk", 'the    tirst  Port    Steele  rewine;    Co.  ^mimimnfmnmmmjmmfwmmmmmnmwmmmm^  N. H ANSON  FORT STEELE,  B. C.  MANUFACTURERS     and     BREWERS    OF    EXTRA    PINE  BEER  "^  PORTER  SOLD   BY   THE   .BARRRL,    KKG   OR    BOTTLED  Bottled beer for family use a specialty  OUTSIDE ORDERS UIVKN.STKICT ,,r I'KOUBT ATTENTION  General Merchant  Lyictwor Dealer*.  AND  Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber.       A large assort- :~3  ment of .seasoned Lumber and Shingles always  , ^ZZ  on hand. ^2S  .    DIMENSION      LUMBER      A     SPECIALTY. 22  WflSfl.  BG.  wimtiiiuuiiumauiiuuiumiiumiuiiiiiiuiuiuiUiiiiiiiutiK  T  DON'T   FORGET  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  P. O, BOX 812  TELEPHONE-NO. 1  j prize for originality, and .'which I  j illustrated Cayadiausceheryy and I  yt&e C,v.P;,'Rv in a highly striking i  manner.:     The  lady's,   hat .Was;  tritiimed iu  a auiiinuir . to ..show j  the:-G.y P-v lv. ,.trains yiny motion. .  cape; sej^ty fortljdLake   Ou- j  Lake Superior 'and   'the i  while ilythe;  front of iieiv dress show'fed a train  ^ushin'g^at^fulMsp  the 'wonderful ravinesyih tlie ;far  Northwest;.,-''In the lady's hand  was' a. b-tuiier   which,/contained  Canadian: Soldiers. ,. .'���'': y, ���. 'thevcoatsof arms of the several  '������ ddTht-.Newjbrleans Timespemb-: P'rovinces of the Dominion.y The  crat prints"the:following,y,which' tout   ensemble,   as,' the,, London  Sick & Mutz, Prop's.  :   vfche European powers, it-has  se,  :'-cut-fed"equaldta  fyalft^  ^-yltis theonlyypower to lahelregit;';  d" lar'soldier's in: Ghiha.;:'dWhy/does I  .-.���.������ ..: ���.'..-��� :-,;, ..  ������ '     ,..���.'..������ ��������� ���"..'       . '-..-I  'yit dp 'iit-1': There can be   out' one j  ��� 'dan^*,yer.,.d: v' i.-y'-y -y.. y -y y-yy  CARLIN  & DURICK  i 0  The Steele House  ���,:: f- 'V.  ,,T  ���    a   :.  ��� ,v'shouldybe;'of: interest, to Canad-  yvdiati'srd 1:Captaih Webster yof ,thS;  d'y-ibigvtrans'pqi't'Milvv-aulceeyrwhich'  ddleft tKiaypprtyyestei'day'ywith a  yy rbigcargt) ���:> qfy horsesyi fory, Sputhy  d Africa:, '.yt old' an -'in tCrt'StiiigyStory;  y^yo,fthe Cantidiatt  y year ri e diyo m e time a?gp": fro m y Hal i ��� v  ydyfaX-foS^  ;.,�����!Arable, sii'r'priseJ  y {yecid':/said yt li fe^cf-vpiain^d ���'^I'tat-pt^  :!V;i,Gajiiictians.-S^.f^  !il'the^iotcliinate-.invS6utl-i,v-A.frica.'-  ������:;;i.U'h'ei,'e1n\\ci'e:'^o\ver',ea.��'Us of sick-  - vri'tisstiiid' heat,;prostratipn among  3 them than' iu ;tny other command  y ..but.'thatwas due tiiidditbtodlydtc)  y jihe''" physical  e;xaiiiiiiai,ion';:ytHey  v.Avere. obliged "to.; pass, befbi-eleav'  inir. ���"'-, I iiave lieenln the service  .'��������� a good many-years,-,��������� butyl "never'  ���y  saw anything li.ke''it.   Men were  :' rejected .for defects  thatvaii  or-  ,d.inary recruiting surgeon would  ..'���'scti'i.'cely'ob.sei.-ve, let alone' ques-  vtipii: v At.Halifax; auiiagniftcent  big athlete cam(' put' to  bid ,his  brother good-bye.   and  toldv me  between tears "and curses that he;  ������i had been turned.down. t  I'asked  '.- why,-and lie showyed me  a  min-  d -ute^ection broken off.:0iie of his,  -'teeth.d, .That  will  give you ; an.  ;' idea of tlie -severity- of   the: ex-  .:  avnillations'.   The ranl< and Hie of  ^the Canadians  we' carried  were  : ' me'h from the, country���hunters.  :    trappers and . experts: nf  wood-  ';��� cratk ��� They, were used  to ' hard  ., fare and .exposure,' and '. to.  them;  d   the campaign was;a sort  of  'big  picnic.  .,One   of  Lord ..Roberts'  - 'men told the they- were the 'Only  v men hi the army  who  made  no  complaint about, bully.beef." They  . ate it yitii a relish. . iiron.ounced  ' yit. a first rate ration, and asked  . for more. Tlie Canadians were  ' ..the marvels of the.African corps.,  Thev shamed 'over v other branch  ' , .       ..    '   ' e  ot the service*.   ������  Unofficial word has, come, from  ���, .London that Mr.,Reginald Tower. Secretary pf the British Embassy here, will shortly become  lirst secretary of the [iritis!) Legation at Pekin; 'which is just  ' now one of the   most, important  .   centers of'British  activity.    Mr.  Tower was  prominently,  identi-  ��� fied with 'American, affairs- last  year while Lord B.-uiiicefote was  ������X'. The Hague, and as. British  Charge d'AITairs concluded the  Alaska boundary modus vivendi.  and signed no less than tivej  treaties    between    the     United,!  ;Pi ess remarked:atvthe tithes wyas  ^wonderfully''; -striking, J and.', impressive and; gave at a'gla.nce: an  idea .of. a' country: of which Lon-  donersv:previous to-thfe;'yJtibilee.  knew;yerydittie.-y Mi'SdEgerton,  as'/Mri'-' Balce.ri'"the''G::;P;d Ryvagent  inyLondon. pointed; out., vdid., all  this:;iolf her own hatband;.solely  iWithJh^paiErioticy^  ihgv,Cah'Slay;knbw;h''d:V^  isy epih i n gy ou t:yagai n,; ypfypbabl y  tbiSiSummer, wheh  ah extended: tbtirbf the, country.  Photographs' oLMrsd Egertoti 'in  h'e'i'. nhique costumey arey iiti,, the  a-enei'al bfftces of the C. P. R.  GENERAL  r* i  Fort  Steele,  MERCHANTS  Eest  Kootena}r. -  First   Class   Brands   of   Liquors  and   Cigars.       Headquarters      for'     Mining     Men.    ���    Commqdious  Sample    Rooms.        Best  Cuisine  in   the  ���West.       Modern    Conveniences.  Home   Comforts.  Sole Agents for,the  canton steel  D. McNeish  Proprietor.  qjiirirrvuyyTnjy-uvyTnjijyyxnri^^  i the B. C. ASSAY a. CHEMICAL  COMPANr  ' ���. Limit of Railway Speed.  Mr.:Belli*,' the;imentor of the  mono-rail system, gave evidence  before the,select committee considering the bill to promote the  'LLO-mUes an hour railway, between Manchester and Liverpool.  He said-he had comcto 'the conclusion, 'having^ carefully studied  the matter.; that y the . maximum  speed of-the present two-rail system had been reached. It would  be quite ea^y. oh the' one-rail system to run , traiyus '���'��� at, a rate of  fromlOO to;'120 miles an'"hour.  One of the witnesses to be called  is the chief engineer of the Belgian.State -Railways., Hey. will.  said Mr. Balfour Browne. Q.. C,  tell the committee that?'having  examined .the railway: iiiade .in  Brussels in .1 -H-S7>*' he believed it  .was' quite' possible .to, attain, a  speed of'120,miles an' hour, with  ���perfect-safety.      '.    :"���  Story, of a Slave.  To i*ii'.!)oui*il 'hand unci I'ool.ioi- y-oais  by' ih..' t-hiduti' of ��� ilisoiisi; is lho worr-t  fiii'in of sUlvcmw. Cteorjri.. D;. Willisuns,  uf Miinc'ii'Sti-i': Midi.. Uills luiw such a  .-hiv.-. \va> initdi.; free. Lie say.--:'. "My  wif(.; Iia> lieon ho helpless for live years  liial siie could' not turn ovei' in bed  alone. After nsi lijr two lioltlesof t'-lee-  t'j-ii'-1 liiliei'.s. sin- is u-ondei-fuily im-  pr-.neii and able to do her 'own work."  'l'lii- s'.ipi-euie remedy '���for female', dis-  t:a.M;r-,()iiii'.kly i-i ires ne.i-viiiisnessvslei^)-.  le-^ne.-.-.. ni'daiii'lioly. Iieaiia.-lic. I Kick-  aelie, faint.in^ and iliz/'-.V S]i.-lls. 'Hiis  niii-ai'li' woi-kin'y medieine is ;  lo ''.ti-ak. .-.i.-k Iy. run down  j''very lio* lie yniaraiileed. Si  VV.  I'.li-ijs(i'..-ll. Ih-'uL'^i-l-  ^���odwiid  people,  by  .1.1   by. A.  NOT CHEAPEH  ilifeBETTERyl^ANyA^  This Steel, is guaranteed to be equal to Jessop's or  Firths, in all  Hard Rock Work.  Sole Agents  Sole   Agents  Grows Nest Goal company  Giant Powder GomDanu.  Mining Supplies a Specialt\\  Agents for the   MASS BY   HARRIS    CO., Limited.  Farming   Implements.  SUPPLY CO., Ltd.  7*1 PENDER STREET.  Vancouver,    B.  C  . We are Mannfaeturers and direct Importers, aiid carry a  large stock oi' Balances.,Furnaces, Fire Clay Goods, Scientific  and Practical Books. Glassware. Platinum Goods. Acids.  Chemicals, and. all other Assayers-' and Miners' requirements.  SOLE AGENTS for Morgan Crucible Company, Battersea, Beck- |  ��� er's Sons' Balances, Braun's Gasoline Furnaces, Etc.  Catalogue and l'ull particulars on application.  ctiJCnHj uFEruihJxriJiJTJ^^  ��S9S9S9SSS9SSS9SSS9S9��9S9e9S9 SSS-9S9S9SSS9S9SSS9S9S9��-*->  W  E  T  GREAT  Northern  Railway.  s  THE SUIIVKVOIt'S 01IA1X  MADI'I  TliANSCONTINKNTAI-  IT  TIIK SllOltTKST  HOUTK.  p  [t i& the mo��l modern in equipment: it. is the heaviest railed  line;  it. has a mck-hiilliit-t. roudbcil: it erot-ssO-s no wiiitl deserts: it was   built  without a land ��rant or uovernnient. aid: it is noted  for eourtcsy of it*  eiTi])lo,ve&: it is the only line serving meali on the a la carte plan.  THROUGH  TIIK GRAN'DKST SGF.iVHRY  IN AMKRIOA  BY   DAYLIGHT.  Vov KORT yTKKLK ancl the KAST KOOTUNAV -MINKS, Weekly  Stane   from Kalispell.    Steamlioat eoinniun^'ationi fi-oni Jennings  ilui-iii" Sunmier.    Quieke^t and  l*e-.t route to all psirls of the United  ���sLiite**.   l-'.iistcrn t'nnada and  I'lurope.  Kot- maps, ticket*- and complete information call or address  nearest ayent or  C.G.DIXON.Genera'  As  Spokane    Wash.  cut.  -���.I.YYUITNKY. G.  I  St. L'anl.  .and T.A  Minn.  '.MUNSONvNO. 2.  9f  The Best  Writing Machine  THE   ONLY  INTERCHANGEABLE  STEEL TYPEWHEEL  'Elegantly   Illustrated   Catalogue  . !<>ee.  COSMOPOLITAN  HOTEL  !  CRANBROOK. B. C.  I  | E.   SIVIAX-riXr-a,   -   Proprietor.  \ 'J'he  only   modern   and 'lir>t ultima hotel in South Kast JCooteuay.  fl     Heated tln'ouf-hout with hot air.  / i  of       When you visit Cranbrook don't forget the Cosmopolitan.      i  ms9��9es<ssesrsss9ess9e9es>��9 e969<s9r��9S9e9S9e9ess96ses��9��  PREMIER HOUSE  SHEEP CREEK, B. C,        K. J. 'hIGBYE, Proprietor.  ���   First-class Accommodation for Travellers. ���  j Everything    New  The Windermere  Stage Sto]>s  Botli  Going* and Coming.  Fort Steele  ;.';*'M^at.vC6mpaiaLy'.  FRESH   and   SALT   MEATS  ALWAYS  ON HAND.  ROBSON. & ROGERS, Prop's. ,  Fresli lialibiit,   Salmon, Salinon Trout, Bologna Sausage,  Butter and Eggs.    Fish a.nd Game in Season. *���     ,,  Address Edgar A. Hill, Manufacturer, 94-96 Wendell Street, Chicago I Riverside Avenue,  Fort Steele, B. C. THE PROSPECTOR; FORT STEELE, C. C. JUNE'yd, Hm.  ���I*- ����������- ��>* �����*������ ��&����� ���!���- ������� ��������"  t#* ^0- -#�� *** *l* *#- *t* *#  ���#��   .*- .*��   .���� -#- ��� ��, -{. -#*   ��|*    'fr    .ft.  '������ '** *���#* '<* *���* '���* *f* *���* *#* *������ *�����  ��#��   �����#* ��#��   ��� #����� *#�� ��4v ������#������ *#)*���   ��A> -*4�� ->Lr  *f�� *C* -4- *<�� **�� *������ *t' *#* *r* *���* **��*  FORT   STEELE   is tlie Pbiilt of Departure of  .^'  Choice Resident and Business lots fr^  Titles Gruai-anteed;   Por: Particulars: Apply to  terms.;  ��  *?  ��  '*���  I 1 %:,rS **�������  /nH~^  \  �� '.iv h'^.O -yyATDRy FORT  i.-   p     ��� '<,'~v v  -,-  ,uo;iJdfia:pi3n;-,iBM:rQr.'6gin.ffl^  :'������:-..     '..���;'���' -..(HEAD- OFFICE TpBONTe'^v"'-;.' '.'' ,'y"'������ y  Raid     up    Capital     $6;obo,OOQ.  ���Bios. Geo. A. Cox, President...   v ' . .  ',    " .'    '    ���,..)'. K, Walkei;, t'Cii. lVlat-.  GOLD DUST PURCHASED.-yy     ';'/  \   HONG KONG DRAFTS SOLD.  EXCHANGE on all parts of the world bought and sqld--  ������';���"���'  '���"������������  ��.;Y. iyiiy,. London Agents���the Bank of Scotland.  Fort Steele f Cranbrook BraticHes  -',;!.//', : yZ :,'v-;vJ.^VV:;H:;SMYTHE,yMahager.' ��� /''."//"'/" '',':"'A  f^  i St. ��� .Jviim s .yi-nuri;.!.' '���; a: ��� yWy ���  !.Strangers \vi']/-!ii:j!d ���. '������. ' ���'���'���.���.. ������ 'j  i / Sunday' schoc'.i at .2y:Sy v, ���/ ���.'.  j All iheycl'iiidren'invit.ed   '.,"''  ''���"   I'.K'l-iSftYTli-JClAX   I'ifiyK'VH:   ,...-'���     j  ��� ... Ri'vl D. McK: Ecu':; 11 'A.'will j  preach     in   -.the'     Presbyterian  Chureh .tomorrow at   7:30  p, m.  Sunday school at"2 ]>. in. /  I'ldi-Tlvillcr, i-s ttir best, safest au.i  .swrost.' remedy ''*'* cramps. ��� colli: and  diarrhoea .'Asi.it :lini'nient' ini- wounds  anil sprains ��� ir, i,-, d'meqmUle.l.d Avoid  sub.-titute^. r.herc-'H.'tHU: One 1 ';ii'n-K iller  Perry D^vis'.'   2~>e. and -*i0.*;     ���   '������'..������'"  A . Ay. A       ADVERTISE.".   ';.'.'.  ', ;.'���' .'���:  xe   --.-.;r- ���  rfi ������'    >���.  If  5? -. '<:������:  ir~\  l-t  ��  ft! ���     ��*  L^-':  fr  ^tfl&ETia  MostyConiplete Stock In East .-'Kootenay'  S3 ro f esfissios'aa s';���  yyNorth Star Lodge  N?*i4JiJ>^%" ''d' ���.:..,.'.   d., ,       ., y.,;,.  '���\d '���/��� '������ ���:��� .'.     NO.'30.   ���'.' "���.".'...  /  m  IS  THE PROSPECTOR.  Wte iTcx^p^ctor���  ' S^TUKDAY, .1UNK *SQ,, 1900.  LOCAL NEWS NOTES.  .'���' A recent;' dispatch0' from ,Gol,,  Steele.i% to the .effect that the  Strathcona . Horse: is ; now  with  'Bulier;dyrr;v'd,.:,''',.��d-v''y'dy;'dd, ///  ' ,,'i S Brown LeghornyEsL,-S:.fdiysale1  ,v fi-om,Prize, Stock:'���**!.per.- setting'  ;vyofvl8:;eggs.'v;d.y"'; yYYY'.i"AiZY:  AF.McCossi��Li��. ���Cviuihr.bo.ky. B.yC  -���- r::..      ���,-...v; ���    .    .. ( -   .     !.,..���     ..-.-._..- &._     ��� ft.       .      .-il" :.-.     -���    .  / y ��� ���". J oe y :IS I a r t' i n ,.i n te rid s' \. to;. m ak.e.  '/��� ytr6.-ibleyd:yiri!'^'t'lv?^vcbttiiiio: ���������ses';,  y sion Vy..d ofy'y ^thy--,, 'Provincial  /House, andysaysy/' ;;;lf,;jheytlurik;.  ydtKere will^'beyno .contentious; leg;  ::o"isiatio!U wait/and see."-     .-;���.���.',;��� ->A  yY'Z': THE -;:BfNNERy\UELEBRATIO  : ; South   Bast   Roote^y.  ..ZiZZyA-'Aiy: '-rY'siQOOi y����: Yr   ��� yZ'HZ ������:;:���'"':,;.  ���'Official.'; ;dv;'.:., ' .',."���..-..  "���..'���������: '^;.'\y ;:: :.:"���''  Progr-amme ,";FQrt y Steely,    B/y C..  y!yy;V;:;;,7yC E L E BR'AfTT^I ^^Zi'i'z-'^^A l; :;I  '���;���:��� $600: AYz'jKZAPRizES^YY.ySo  ���iyZZ'KQMMlTTEBSyOFyARRm  '���::' :^,��� -''"';:- d;"'vy:; ";/v'"^(:: c'U^t.y.ivEivi': Piv^-/v'''d .^.'y-yy,'."...';;V''-\:vv''dvv''  ,'>; d/'MoBkidk, '.������'.; ���'';���':..,'���;���.. y-;������".,;.��� -y. .;N..-.A,.'.VVAi;iaxi-KHd;.:  Hardware    yy Dry Goods     , ;  Machinery ; Clothing      >  .Paints arid Wall Paper v; Footwear  ���'.-������'';'General Mining Supplies      y Groceries  y '" A. F, AHp:,'A, iA.... G.'B. B. ���.'.'���'������".'<  ���    ' Ke^ular-'viiieBUiiKH���i,iii'';-Tuy\silii.v.iiti   each  mriiiili :il. qi'.'lit o'clock. '..VlsItlhslHrctborn ara  cordially. itiviLt-ct. '-.'���-..       ������������',       '.-'....'"  ���'.'''   'A. ,W. lli,KASiiKr,r,.��� Secretary.'���''  Fort Stkki.k DEVp:i.6i*.MKs-!'SrNi)ioATK Ltd ���  '    i;W LoaiionliHll Sti'.y:i.. r.oii.Itm! liliitjlaiid. .  N. A. WALLINGER, FOPT.STEELE.  Ivi ' V ���',''      POST OKFICK ilOX 8.'.';.'������ '"'::���:  furniture. Carpets anil Gsrieral House Furnishings:  "'���'' No (3;rdor,tpo;]argevfor C)U'i'"facilities,: noiietoo small for careful  attention, v  yy ��   vd, :'���''"' ���i".A"Sy. y'"iy'y   '" ���'���'���-'   - ���:>���: - "'������,:.,.. Siyi ,.':���'."���������  M.'d\\'.d..;,YKS">.-:.4. "���  iM.'y'Av-'BKAi.Kdy, '��� ���'���"',  ���: Si'i*'-a Ti-y*'.  sy'i^^Ai^yyQiyXiXeyAirtyxeiererice  y- by,o'ur.; i'eadersv-,the ^lalesi "pirice  'ycn.'cularvofi'Lhe^IeMinyyp  'Pur \fc  fWbolyySo.^Minneapolis^v^lf  a da iC'dvMay'T^h':!' .'Their; Mver-  ��� ���tis'ement,wilLbevi'oundyiri. anoth-,  er'cblumn,; and, we take .pleasure  ,'in y^ret'onimeridiivgy any .dparties^  dAvlioyhave'. goodsvin; tH-eii; line, to  ��� ..ship.to theiri.   -1"'-v * ' '������'.'"'���������.'- -A'. - Ay  'y .George' Scott, '.formerly, of!':  .���yTrac:yV:'''hiV5,''<-'*rio'v&d|vto^''..Peterbp  ' bugh. A*a��hy,his ?.wKe ��� andyfbaby. j ���;  arid;-wilf foi' ayt;iine?at leastymake \. '  . that: town'hisVhotne. vy_f ���.'���.":y .'��� y Vdd 'J  ���;���', FIKS'j.'..  Sl-'C.  :yy-A5frJ   ���$2a  .;.:'..'.'     Oil. '  ������.-'��������� 2.-*  v.'. '���'������,-"50.-'���  .:.:.2.3  '���.".-.    1">  ('���,���.'  d',.'' ',.i'15.''"  v.. '$.  ,ddv    ���!(>.  .,.-'.'  .'-'.'IO-..--;.  '..���.-���"���i-2t>'A  .. ;Ctolil Brooch  yiSAlyhe vlates't ipatribticV.drinky;is  v:th^''-ldikiypunch''d^^;yrA  Jtiri-e ;is .a, secrtiivy'they Pbrtv'S'te^1"^  dboysvwilf. .contintiov';talvirig; vvthe,  ':rsvi'me'bld''th,i:nuv'vdyyy'd'.;'d   SSAi. ySA,  ^-v* :Mill i ani'���; 6a i'i i ^  :*'-x.or-m&.;p^  y yy'Thfli'sdayd"..;v*y" ���'' yyy' '<:A 'yy vyy";'y ';���"���  '"���" '^essi'SdLacelles anddPrc-'st of  'Canal. Plat wei*e in town during  the week." dThey.extended!'their;  trip to Tobacco PliviriS' P4vhero  t liey;.wi 11 .��� I'dna in*for' a, few day's.  'dfteiier^dBulier .��� has" issued  '.S|)ecial'''.()rde.rs'-euk.tgi-/.ingifrh'e.'s'er-  ��� vices of S.tr.ti'lliw'>h'ivsi-Ho'rsu.  y   ;  '.,;��� ..Mr. M'artin..ddn'ie.sy.lviiyingjug-  iy gesited :Mr.y .Duhsinuir to. the  . ���'.; Vjieuteniint (-Jbveriroi'^rf'���'���"','.. ������  ':" T\A l-iveidreached J;heyh:eight  of ten '.feet, above low' water  ���mark on Tuesday last., the hjgh-;  est.for/two' years:y      ''���..-���'���    v^:v.  .!":.'' ;' T.jS. Si.mplv,i,nsi;; registrar" of  ;   the Suprenieiaiid. CountyvrGourt.  .of'Nelson, was in /the.' city ;"a "fe\y  davs during.the. week./ / He  ex*.  ' dpriissesy hin^e'l fas delighted with-  y'Fori'r Steele;/ ;'" .. y"''- A  ./Ppuglas^Granger "of Winder-  mere was. .in' town,..',on .Wednesday;' Mr. Granger is' nowy running a hotel iri^'Windermere in:  tl'ie^old;gbvernmer.b building.  '"'��� Ceorge Biglow,  Harry .Drew,  . Tom Wei Im an  and Jul.es Huriel,  ��� were, tn   attendance,   upon.- court  on Wednesday. .;  U   H.   Wolf   was   in   to.w-n   on  Wednesday-   '-'Mr. Wolf has -b^en  'at the.SuUiviiri mines h\r several  da vs.    He. reti'i rued to; .Spokane  on"Wednesday.  -.....''  .. _[.t is said'.yt hat., oue^ of .Fort  Steele's gentleman riders while  taking equestrian��� exercise the  other'day was thrown from his  steed when said steed/coughed.  ���Another citizen 'whose.' name  eimid not-be learned, .while his  horse was bounding.. Caoo'riing  over the prairie,', was.,- thrown  over the paling ot: the.old mount  (���il police "graveyard.  IIX'O. dOVK.!.  /''J'dd'/ld^'Wfffi^'1  yE'n t'ra nycey/^fyioriey    10 ]y ���', 'Psr-'si't-' // Pr*lzfe  :YiZZTyYZA'yAy:'"H6RSE:::R^  . ���-Ij-dHearv���.ii<:<J0;:t-:!tiv -;.->l'��.l;;Y'ai;%is;: Heat's.;.- Best:-2'iii-'?.y.  ������; 1 si. H<sa:t- -10:4-5; 's'.'m.'' '"-f.'.'.Mi'l& ��� He'ti'i **.." Unit A in';{;.''/'. i"'.  ���:UX- Hi?aAll:<lDA:m. ..'��-'0 'Y-i'rds,' He��t-i.i/l:*t'st;2 in-3.-. .  '"���������JittH.) p.ra:.'   Goiitlt'iiieiisy-Saddle' Hor^e I:tacec). ."."..     . . :  A.'.'.O p.m." Intljans, Hoi^e/Kitce.'; : . . ."w;v '.".. .��.". i'Si: :'. .  .Iriaiaiidtlerie Race:[b;tck'".tb back/]/. _ :S AS .'���,-.. .���,/���. '.���';  l'-{p ji.m. IndiansyWi-fStfini' on''Hc)rs.->t��t(.'k;y.::v. i... .'  :-.S-4-5';iiim".. yTrqttiiiir "Fta'ce'.i Mile.', d..... dvV/. .���':,..'..;'  'i> 15..p.in. ' A^.:Y"ard?;',I.a'die'ji:H'bi'.si- liacc. ��� prize.",;.'.;.;���..  i'Sl'.ryi.iAAl. ���/-l(.io^y-a.,���&���d'���oot������,������l*l{u���e.!,..:///.,/. /,,;���::'.'.."iSy. ...  '.:4.5yd-..., ^b-yai'd/Feot "Ra.'e. ,;,..y:.:.'v/..;/.;,////d/.  "7:l.i. ' " y dirJi;jjrory\'.yai-d-|-'oi-t..StX'ole vsyyallcomers. :  S.A ".'-..'���:: ii j. A vkFA]woiin'y y: ,"���' A".'.' ���.-';/,///"; / '/,''./���  ,'T':'>0''',i.,;'. ������/:  I'xpl���liIillr^F6i',tyScc'fcl'e,:.vs.''ali' cbmii'i's"  /  YZiyiii;"Y^y'iYnyS': Zs Y'y:: ZyyyZ'i"'/.'''  ���:'/i'/;/.//'/r'/-'/Bioj,clrg/K^ ../  .> .;.-,'��� Ifire Brigade'Cyoinpetitiond .���   ��' v ;.;.  y iy..  yy liuiXAeyjw'r-iiXieyitiy yeioiAS mA- o'clock .rulyy3t;ci. /with civti-ance:  d'-''-rpurtiii-ipiiriVt^'''iiip!St/'bV  ^���:;..Kour''Si:Ayitei^  --���   ID ventsdwill- commence atvJO oTclock.-;shai*p.v y^-yyyyyy - A- y, ���,- -~.y  ,'>���'' ���".'"���..";..'��.'..''"' ���''������ "��� ;. ,.'���:   ..v .-.vy ..vyv y,y.y. 'yyy ���yy.v-.yyy -,..,, :yy ..;���:;,; yy*;. ���  V     GRAND ;BA"L"L   IN    THE    OPERA   HOUSE AT 9 P. M.      ��  .   2o-d;  $i0.  m  iSyZZ'forty St eel e/y Wy Cran brook ;y/l/y  ' ..'"<������; ,���"'���;,. y-' :-notice.y/yw- "vyd-d.d-  I: yiiiten'tl f;ixly 'ilnys fi-om diitc to apply,to  tin; Cliief Coiiiniissioiiur of, I.-.inds mid Works  for.i.iormisskiii to purchase, tlie' followim; tles-  C-i-i'bcil/'liiml in .Soutli Kast c,Ivooten;i'.y: .Coin-  liicii'cinsrat tlio uortli east: corner of Mclnnes  d " "yd;::.; yy /NOTICE. '- yd"'' S"A"yiy  Sixty,days' froiri.tliitel intend' to .apply to  the Chief Commissioner of Lands iind -Works  for', permission to ���' purchased jhu' fo|ldw-ing  described hind in South East Kootenay. Cotn-  meneiiiK at tiie north east eorner of Lot SO*.  purchase: tlienee south CO chains tp norlhyiine . Group  I.  Kooteiiay. 'thence' east  SO  chains;  ol'Lot ':iii,.Group  I:   tlienee. east SO chains to ' thenco north -10 cliains run to Wild Horse ercck  e-is'l/line of Lotnio; Orpup I: thence north 20  chains to south line of Lot TSO. Group 1 :��� thence  west alonn siiid south line,to south west eoi-iieiy  of said Lot TSO: thence iiorth 10 chains: thence  wcst.-JO chains mort; or less to place' pf h'ettin-  iiiiif.'.   Coniainitij;-*:<���'���> acres.more or less, y  r,-,      , ������:'' -     ;,      : j, a. hakvky. .���  , Fori, Steele. B. C, .lune-"'. 190U.'  ,.'','.  . ,t:harles Parson and J. DvTony  of Vancouver were ..taking, in the  sights of ,Fort  Steele yon'Motiy  dav. .vd    v  ^E. M..Sihikins of /Nelson  Avas  in town during the week.  ..��� The.citizens willdo themselves  'proud on .'.July -Ith'. It.' will be  one of the memorable days in  the history of .Port- Steele.    ���������  All of tlie official investigation  thusofar has failed to"locate the  missing ballot-box.     '"������ -y  The powers are tinding China  a harder,nut-to crack tha,n they  anticipated, and 'it is said, iiow  11 iat it'wi 11. reqtiire .. 100,000 men  to restore order' in the tlowery  kingdomd It/jnay possibly' re-  i[nii-ed half a. million- more to  carve China tip.  No   dan  o  (). .1". Johnson ;ot Muyie was. in  towii'd'n ring Ihe. wiMily.  U Macks of 'Victoria, was .registered ui.;the Windsor during  llie week. ��� ,  Don't lorget the   Grand  Ball.  .Hon. E: C. Smith/ Al Pi- P.,  will leave for'Victoria in a day  or. two to attend the corning' session'.'of. .the.' Provincial : Parliament.  M iii(^ iii vestors wi11 do -we11, to  kee'|) their ey<;s. on .I^ast Koote  nay. it' will not he inany months  before the district will receive a  .substantial -boom and he shoved  to the front rank as a mineral  .producing section.  " Hope lirmviit',' son of Saiimc-l  Brewer of Fa.irmont Sjirings,  wiio has been .attending Gbuzaga  Collegf; at S])f>K'itne, arrived in  town (Mi Wednesday ami left for  his home on Thursday., .  thence west ulonf,- Wild Horse creek to place of  be'dnninir. Contaiiiinj.- s three hundred acres  more or less.        '"   ' ���;   dd  ���"'���'   ���/:; i -    /';. ./;;' vv. k-.-koss. '-  Daleil at I-'ortSteele'. B. C, .Tune ST: liiood  " ' .... ���." . NOTICE.,;  "'��� Sixty..lays'froin date I intend to apply to  the Chief Commissioner of Lands an.\ Works.:  for permission'to purchase the' fq'lknvins; described land in South Kast Koptcnay. Coiti-  mencint;, at the north east corner of .Mclnnes-  purchase, tlienee north SO chains: theiice east  -10 chains: thence south 20 cha ins more";or less  to the.north line of Donovans pre-ein])tiou.  tiience west'alonj; said north line .-20 chains  more or less to north west corner of said Don-'  ovans pre-emption, thence south' 10 chains'  more or less: thence west to place of iM.'trinniin,-  20chains more on,less.; Contalniii'v 215 acres  ino're orless.' , ' , ���' \    "���  .yy ������'.     .:  ' ., y. :������ m. a. hioalk.  i';brt Steele.'n'I C. .liineiT. lllDO.  NOX1C33. y  ,, Sixty days from date I |ntend :.'to iipply, to  the Cliief.Commissioner of Laiids and. Works  for permission to purchase the following described land in South Kast' Kootenay: ' Com-  mcnciiiK at the north' west comer of. Mclnnes  purchase: thence north HO chains: 'thence ��.-��si  -10 chains: thence south 80 chains: thence west'  ���tOchaitis to the place of beginnim;. Contaihinj,-  threehundred and twenty acres more or less.  .���'���   ''' '    -\. A. VVALLlNOKlt.   .'  ��� Fort. Steele. H. C. .lune 27.. I!KK).1'  m:.  M  M:  M'  M  m  m  M  n-  'Wi.  FW-'  m.-  Wi  Wi  m  m-  m  MENS   FURNISHINGS |i  GLASSVVARE       o  BOOTS .aijd"-. SHOES  Cricint   Ppiwder  Fuse   and   Gaps  -���'���US'  ���&  iW  ���m  ���B  W  W.  ��� W  ���w  �����  ..sm..  0y  "f'H'OMA'S.. M c VI T TIE 'y y  '.P.:LVS./:t������y;CvB;-.  . i'i's, '"^Porf'StoelevB;C/.' ���Za.a',  ,^Z''Z'i''''iZ'YZ''ZZyYZ:'''"'s''''',ZZ  ...   I/AJAO IS MM! Nti.,;.,'", y;i"  ;" /y'y  y.iZ'Z ''ZY".pYY'yZsiZikZ:a:'E'iyYi  :';: yl y/./:'.^rt.';'Stoel-e::'.B. Gyyy:i"S yY  ���<v.;r;.r6ss.. .//..;''.;::.yiv''/yu;'.W;'HKKCHi��ad  - ROS'S;W;IIERfcH:i^ER^:y  Barristers';;  . -' ;v - //Solicitbrsy  '.V:   i'VNOTARIES PUBLIC     '�� '"'���'"  ,,/.CONVErANCERSi>,..fyyvyj/d ;/,: y..  ���"-^rC^'v'1- ^���';''';':::'^;^J"^:':^^^^ '"������d-^  f:<:y��t;y'^^  :LA/NDS and/MINE^-,'������'��� Hi:"Yy'iZ  /;///;/': notary/'public ;/!"/^:''"  t'-'ZYYyyZZ'"ACON^EY'^C^y  :Fort;Stee;Ie,;'y;yyy-:y;/d/';d/'l  Getf.,S. McCaner.y: .-'::.yrA!f:. "a.. Harver .'���',  :dd^HAjRVEY;&'!McCARTER|y'^  lAimkers,,.- SdlkitoyAS-AYtiidries' SPiibliCf  ,:;,:���,:,:,.��� :;;��� '���'���;"'���''.- 'V   .'.'v'v;-.��������� oV'-.'.r'.i.. .Jfc. -. .y', . ';��� '���  ,'_''.;'���������'.i'AAkinCei/uncerii etc. ..:'.���:' yyi' .-A ������'��� '���;  AAyiiS' ���'^^".^K\^jKyBZc:y'AYY  KKVELSTOIvK '^'ATIOX andGOLDfeNf ;..y / .  COLLECTIONS       PROMPTLY/   MADE.   V  ;:d;��Q;ugia-s|.G^rsan>  d'i/yyayey/yyyd;^  y: ./'��� ���'���... ;VOFFI CE--l!iv0rside 'A veiiiie.' A '' iy j //  .^^J?//i?cl'ojy><r'j5  YliZiiZZl.MZiks��!^  Fire. LifeVAccident^Insuranee;;: =.),,/;;'/;'  //,:;'':  ���'''���'- dKealyEstat^and MIXIN'G''BK0KER, .  ": :':^J y y .WIN DERMEREj / B'A C.d//'-��/ y /  PKTKKBOKOUGad   *':;;    Sy '','"'���'"/, V ���'./   ���/ >-���  yy:y;.A  :-iSir  .',, I;'  'B.  NOTICE.  .:. Sixty days from date I intend to apply to  the Chief Commissioner of. Lands and Works,  for permission to purchase the following described land'in South Kiist.Kooienay: Coni-  meiiciii^ lit the north west corner of Mclnnes  purchase.: thence north HO chains: thence west  40 chains: thence south 80:" thence east -10  cliains to the place <5f. bcgiu'iinK*. ' Conlaiuins;  three hundred anil twenty acres,  WILLIAM .P.  HENRY.  Fort Steele'. It. O. .lime 27. IIIOO.  ���-���y~"'":"~ notice.:.       "7  Sixty days Iron, dale I intend to apply to the  Chiel '.i.Miiiiissii.i.cr of Lands aud Works lor  peruiissii.n to purchase the following described  Iu ml in Si. ii t li l-'asl, ICo.��lcna.y: Coniinir|icin^ at  Ihe si.ml. west corner whori' I have planted the  initial post 20 chains east from the . iinrt.li west  corner.>!' Lold;so. (.: roiip I. Kootenay District:,  tiience east. Hil clmlns: tlienee north 20 chains  mi.re or less to the south line ol Chapman's  pre-emption: lliei.ee. west ilIoiik said south line  l.o Chapman's smith west corner: thence north  20 chains, thence west'10 chains: tlienee south  ���10 chains to place'ol liecinnliiK. Containing  2-lfi iicres more or less.  .'".' 0.-:F.' HANNIMO'I'ON. ' '  Fori. Stei.'le. II.C .lune 27, ilioo...  HAY    and    OATS  y " :        '     y ������ :   ������'��� y",....,' y ���     . ., j.y " ��� ��� -  T. H/TAYLOR, C/E.  '.....   PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR  '-" Surveys of Atuiet-al/ claims, Koads,'  Mines, etc. '.-.."' yyi'S',,; ..'  d   ..ivydv''  'AVi-NDBkiM-ELlE. 'B.''"c'���'     /;   V'  '-��� 'NOTICEd' ... S.-A-y, :y  y Miss Ay.McNeish,will ti'iiii^aot,.Imsi-. /  ne'ss  lis  Di-ubs   Maker/iii   Hie v town o��; '";;  L'*<.m-I, Steele' apii.will lie  pleasicd  to i-e-.' v  celve oitlei'tiyfrpiu. now; :on; at.; D.  Me- V  l^'cisir.s.iiiMViitoyresiilci'icc.  'Oi-ders. will. ,d  be'|)t-o,iipl,J_v.';it,t.eiided^to;v. yy//, ;,,/.v'v.:: .:/  KIMPTON   &   PITTS  WINOliUMliRliSS DONAXn".'/     *  Cieirteral Merctiai-its  Mining suDDiies a SD6Ciait>u  Miners going northward via Canoe River Route will find it:a/large  saving and convenience to procure their supplies at 'Donald.  '���KIMBKRLE'V,. US OS  y ;   The l.-'inest, Licjiioi's -liicI  -yyiyai's.tind .lies',. I'^ii-nislied  .1 looms in Town..    "' .  ".���  J.   I.   GATES,   Prop^  SOLE AGENTS foi-  Canton Steel Company  ���Windcrinore, 0 olden and Donald  Mining Divisions.  Agents  at Windermere for the California Giant Powder Co.  '-THE-���:;'��� ���-���������'  PHOTOGRAPHER  :���..'���".        - xtsit's ��� :'  ���'"'.,.���  'y . FORT STEELE  On the.following .dates:  / ,.     -April   :,���;..'l(i,   .17  ,llui   }$."  May  11. "ir, stud/ l(i.   //  ,'���";);��� ���     . ���'      ;       ..."  ���lune   II.   1^ iind   |:!.        ,  . -Inly   Hid 17  iind   18.. :  Othei-dates given later.  Orders for Picture I'Viuniiif,''left with  Mr.    Kersliaw    will   receive.  attention.  prompt

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