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The Prospector Mar 2, 1901

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 '4  L f<-��  !  t '^r^rv oJ Lstf A**  1  I  ^'Devoted to the upbuilding %  * 4.  % . OF   i-'ORT   STEELE.          %  * ��� f  4Sc ���&  %��� lnclencndenl    iu    I'olirii's.    *  �� ,                *  * ' *  # THE PROSPECTOR CON- #  ����� *  �� TAINS ALL   PUBLIC NO- *  5*   TICES AND GIVES THE  ���ik  # LATfcST TELEGRAPHIC  ��  # AND LOCAL NEWS.  *  *  *  & . *  Vol.  7.  BORT STBBBB, 13. O., SATURDAY, MARGH.,2, 1901. , No 9.  I  I  V'  l��vf  !  f  KIMBERLEY NEWS.  Ik  tt  k  ft  m  Temporary ��� Closing-    Down    of   the  Sullivan.-Bad Roads Cuts  Off Shipping.  Kroiii Our OvvirCoiicspDiiclc'iit.  Some thiriy miners have been  discharged, iind the Sullivan has  closed down for a short lime. A  force of 12 or In meiiaresl.il]  employed.in   development work.  ' C. H. Wolf, general manager,  spent the greater part of ihe  -week at tlie mine.' ,  'Superintendent Birdsall,' has  gone on a vacation.  ' Owing to the condition of the  roads which have become soft,  the Sullivan 'is only shipping  about 20 to 2.") tons daily.  , The North Star is shipping  from 70 to 00 tons of ore daily.  R. O. Jennings is doing assessment, work on Ihe Morning fraction.   ,  The Mount Slicker  Company  ���are  working .on a ten inch vein  of galena, sinking a winze in No.  1 tunnel, which is down 20 foot.  common and iiO shares of pre-  feri-ed stock: William 1-J. Curtis,  owner of (50 shares; A. Siaralo-  rius, holder of j00 shares, and,  William Donnelly and Henry  Zehinan, owners" of 100 shares  each. ' The hearing of the injunction will be held in Newark.  According lo a statement made  by the stockholders, nothing  was done at the afternoon meeting. It is reported lliat the  lawyers are scouring the state  trying lo get some other vice  chancellor to.vaca'te the injunction granted by Vice Chancellor  Stevens.--Western Mining World.  WINDERMERE   DISTRICT.  Kid.  .-i'l 10.00  80 i  13  Aili  ti.r.2}  '��� " East Kootenay Stock.  Ahkcd.  Crow's Ncrit, Coal     -4(17.f>0 .'  North Star '.....       ���   SS4  Sullivan '. V-H  Silver-loud Quotations  I Jar Silver   Muxicnn dollars;   Lend   Copper....-.   ' Sullivan shares were in demand during the past' week.  Clocks of 10,1)00 were sold,at L34  cents.  ' Copper remains unchanged',  Ihe,basis, for'Iho past week  was  u ���> i i  &17    for   'Lake   Superior,   and  L'��l(.).(52i for casting  and . electro-  lytic.'  Lead   and spelter   ruled   dull  and  unchanged', at &-l.;-57A-,   and  ���!&].'97-A respectively.  m.>  I.') '���  m ���  k  i  A Smelting- Consolidation Enjoined.  . A temporal"/ injunction was  served on thc officers of the  American Smelting & Refining  company at the company's meeting held, on Saturday last in  Jersey City. �� 'fhe officers of the  company desired to increase the  capital'Stock of thc company, in  ' ordci' to take in the Guggenheim  refinery.  It is alleged that the American  ,- Smelting & Refining company  had no surplus or working capital on Jan. 1, 1000, that on that  date its capital was actually and  to" a considerable extent impaired.  His alleged in   thc complaint  that ���the Guggenheim   properly  is  not" worth   $10,000,000,    and  that the purchase is proposed to  ���  be   make .by   an   issue  of new  ���stock of the American   Smelting  ��fc Refining company   to   the' ex-  lent of $ 10,000.11(10 on a   basis  of  '.SO per cent for the preferred and  nO   per   cent , for   the   common  stock.    Tt is also declared in the  complaint that the proposed purchase   would  establish    a= complete monopoly in  tho  business  of smelting and refining of gold  and silver ores from the  United  States  and  Mexico, and would,  therefore, be subjected to all tho  penalties which  are  prescribed  by  the  statutes  of  the   United  States against trusts and  monopolies.    Affidavits are  attached  to   the 'con']plaint in support of  the allegations made.   The meeting at which the injunction   was  served was a special  one, called  for the purpose of increasing the  capital  stock   of   the   company  from $65,000,000 to ��100,000,000.  Strike   on    the    Iron   Cap.-'���At   tho  ���   "        .' Paradise.  From lln' Outcrop. ���>   '  "Work at the Paradise,mine  goes steadily along and each day  more ore is being piled in 1he  ore bins, a new tunnel has been  started further down the hill,  which will give considerable  more depth lo the workings' and  assist materially in making 1he  work easier.  A full J'oj'co of milters are employed in developing .the ini no  and taking out ore.  All the rawhide Animals are  kept busy bringing'the ore down  Spring crepk, and six' teams  have been employed iu hauling  it down to Columbia river landing, where there tire now stored  fully 000 tons of ore. yesterday  two more teams were added' and  more' will be put on shortly'.  The ohiuook of 'last- week has  nece'ssitatcd .the use,-of the  sprinkler. . There is reason lo  believe that J,000 tons will 'be at'  the landing"awaiting transportation down Ihe river when navigation op^ens. . The teamsters on  tho road have engaged in -a  friendly rivalry as to who can  bring down the most'ore sacks  to the load, and several of them  claim to have brought down 100  sacks from Spring crook to thc  six-mile post.  Tho strike reported on the  Iron Cap, McDonald creek, was  quite correct, although there is  about 20 feet to ego before the  crosscut tunnel will be exactly  under thc ledge as exposed in  the upper workings.,  "WHENCE IT'S  RECORD."  ol  as   lime-  iron     are  Stanley Group of Mines.  The Shinley group of mines  are situated on Tracy creek-.  Tho group consists of three  claims, Stanley. Golden Fleece  and Silver Dollar. The Stanley  is an extension of -the Estella on  tho north west, and the Estella  vein passes through the claim.  Tho development consists of  several open cuts and a, tunnel  in, 100 feet. On Wednesday a  contract was let for another T)0  feet, Wm. Forsyth and Tom Rao  securing the contract. Supplies  wore sent up lo the mine during  the early part of the week, and  on Friday Mr. W. Foi-syth  started for the nv.no.  South   East  Kootenny a  District  Promise.  In South East Kootenay it i.s  now known' beyond a doubt thai  the mineral resources are as  varied, as il is rich.  The North Star, Sullivan and  St. Ifiugeno mines ai'c making  daily shipments, .amounting to  300 tons.  Vast bodies of high grade  mineral have been opened up in  many portions of the district.  Rxtcnsivo lodges of irec /milling gold quartz are plentiful.  All tho elements  l-cquired   for  smelting  fluxes,   sue  stone   and   hematite  foirhd in tho (listrid.  The coal' beds of the Crow's  Nest Pass, consisting of over  2i)0,000 acres, arc situated in this  district. Tho daily output of tho  Pernio, mines'is 1 100 tons.  Extensive bodies of iron have  been discovered in fhe vicinity  of Elk river and Sand creek.,  Copper ores in abundance aro  found on the St. Mary's' river  and its tributaries.  Extensive gold quartz propositions  aro being; developed   on  i -  Perry Creole.  Placer minin��\ is a feature of  iho district, arid the yearly production amounts to thousands of  o'f dollars.  Petroleum is found iu the ex-"  Irbme "south eastern ..porlioif of  the district.v  Tho lumber industry of the  district is rapidly assuming pro-'  portions.   -  - Tho rivers of- tho, district being fed from thc westerni slope  of "the'Rocky mountains and tho  oaslori] 'slope of ''the , Selkii'ks,  afford ample water supply fo��  manufacturing industries. -  Throughout" thc district" are  many farms and ranches. magJ  nificont crops aro grown, annually- , , ���  , The nutritious grasses of tho  foothills"on both sides of fho  Kootenay valley afford ample  supply of food for horses, .cattle  and sheep. Abundance of good  waller, light snow fall, mild  winters, making this an ideal  country for stock raising.  ���Apples, strawberries,, .plums,  in fact all kinds of fruit, grow  luxuriantly and with .very little  attention.  Averaging- 2.000 fool: above the  ^        -- c '  sea level, tho climate is dry aud  salubrious. Tho summers delightful, fhe winters enjoyable.  son. via  Pi-octm-cimd Ihe Balfour  extension.  fifteen locomotives have been  ordered for 1 he Crcnv's Nest line,  also a^ larg"^mount of rolling  slock. * WhtiY for? To handle  the Mrgo oulpul oi the Fernie  coal nfine^  ���  Tt is reported that the C." P. R.  has refused to lift' Crow's Nest  coal cars I'or .Montana and other  American points,  o Wo doubt the above statement  for' their charter as common  carriers will compel them to  handle and carry freight as consigned.  -L.ATEST  TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.  Disabter in Coal Mine. --Heads Off.������  Is No-wr Grand Master.���Heavy  Eig'hting- in China. --King- and  Emperor Lunched.   -  Washington., March 2.��� Vice-  President -elect and Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt arrived here today. ' i  Rome, .March 2.���Tho anniversary of the corronalion of Pope  Loo XLJJ, who was crowned in'  the Sistino Chapel fwonly-two  years*ago,   wa.s celebrated   with  considerable ceremony lodav.  i it,"  Ap]!"1" '" fV -im.  Mr. Aiv;as .-.fcLJ."i-i rcpoi'i.-s  that wo: k conl ,:i>un ou the Ap  proach claim. A considerable  amount of concentrating ore is  coming in. indicating the ni-ar  approach of the vein.  Board of Ti ade Mooting  A meeting of the Fort Sleclc  Board of Trade was held .at the  townsite office on Tuesday, lo  take action-in regard to the  sending of delegates to the annual meeting of   the  Associated  Kootenay River Navigation.  Steps should be taken   by  the  Board of Trade towards tho  improvement    of    the    Kootenay  River.    One of fhe finest  waterways in the  Province is   at  our  door, and can bo made  available  in connecting thc   railway   with  the outlying  mines of  tho district.    Tho river can  carry  oi'C  lo Iho railway, and when a smelter is erected in   ihe  district its  | usefuliH-.-.s will no in nr elfectivo.  I Loi   tho  people  of  the  district  l get  in   and   advocate the-uso of  this magnificionl waterway.  IN THE DOMINION HOUSE.  Prorogation    go    Occur    April   4th.  Ji'rom (),nr Oh ii C'oriesjiniKlciit.  Ottawa. Fob. L'.'.-W-l is   pretty  early/m the session   to  forecast  the dale of  prorogation,   but  if  any  one  desires  to   indulge  in  that exhilarating occupation -he'  must, begin'.soon,, for  there  is  a  concensus  of  opinion   that   the  session     will    be - exceptionally  sliOJ't.    A1 Iirst it was  the  i-Hh  of  May   that  was  named as the  probable    limit,   but.   the   new  working   combination,���ar business government, plus a business  opposition.���has   started   of] -at  such  a  clip,   that there will bo  nothing'lo  keep  parliament,in  session that long.     Easter   falls  on April 7th this year, and there  is every   indication   that  a concerted  ell'orl   will   bo   made to  wind up on the previous   Thursday, ,thc  day-, be fore" nG ood Friday.    That will'give  six .weeks  more,���and    that   ought   to   bo  lots' of  time'i'or  all   there is in  sight at  present.     The'lcaclers  on   either side,   it is said, have  come to,  an  understanding   that  Easier   shall   see    tho    session  ended:   it   remains " to   bo seen  whether Mr. Borden will be able  to control his followers.' and especially tho exuberant,, members  for East and Wesl York.-���'-Billy  Maclean  and Clarke Wallace."���  who are beginning to evidence a  desire to pick up the   mantle of  tho departed windy wonder from  Regina;���it wi'l lake their  combined efforts to come   up   to   the  record of Bro. Dav in.  Austin. Texas, March  -To  day  Tracy Camp.  Tracy creek', "in the Fort  Steele mining division, i.s bo  liovod lo be one of thc richest  silver-lead areas in the 'district,  and developments now going on  prove Ihis fact.  Several mining men from  Spokane aro expected here next  monlh.  Mining mon regard .the Estella.  marks the sixty-lifth(anui-  versary of Texas independence.  On   March   _,   is;3<j.   a��band   of  c *-' .  hardy pioneers met at Washing-  \pn. on the Bimos. and fifteen  days later. Santa Anna.^vas  routed by Houston and the -war  was practically over.  San Francisco, March 2.���Balling km Booth, commander of fhe  Volunteers of America, arrived  iu this city today.     r :l >  (  Pekin.���Chili ��� Siu, foj-mer  grand secretary and Hsu Cheng  Yu, son of the notorious blsu  Tung, were publicly beheaded.  French, Gorman arid American  troops guarded o the street in  which the execution took place.,  Chcyciino.���The worst disaster in Ihe history of coal mining  in r Wyoming occurred', at  Diainondvill'O on Monday, 'thirty  five' men are believed ��� to have  perished in a fire. '       .   ���  London. Eng.��� The Duke ol  Corinaughlrhas been gazetted  grand .master of tho Order "of llic  Bath. ,- ,." , ,'T'  London,lEug-:���Mr.1' and Mrs.  Joseph Oham'borlain gave a  dinner in the house of commons  restaurant Tuesday night, to  Adelbort S. Hay and youtur Mr.  Joseph Clioalu.' >  London, Eng. ��� 11 is reported  thai heavy 'fighting has taken  place between, the French and  Chinese near Chen Ting Pn.  Cronberg. "The emperor lunched with King Edward and they  drove to Saalburg through thc  woods. Emperor 'William bid  farewell lo thc King at. Saalburg  and went to Hamburg.  Al it special meeting of the  Nelson Board of Trade' held on  Tuesday last, delegates to tho  Boards    of    Trade  place of the mourned cari'iers  heretofore in vogue.   ���  (Greenwood. Feb. 2S.���A large  number of delegates,to the Asso-.  ciated Hoards of Trade meeting  have arrived.  Bristol; li. S., March 1.���His  expected Unit the HeiTescholr  cup defender will be launched  by April 1st.  New Yorki March, 1.��� The  warship New York, ilagship of  Rear Admiral Rogers, sailed for  Manila 1oday.  ' Detroit. Mich., March 1.���The  American Car Company has just  completed :m order for, COO cars  i'or the Northern Spain railway.  VERY CONSISTENT.  !"'l  The Trail Smelter to Shut Down.  , The Nelson Miner of February  27th,    couliiins    the     following  article: '    ��� ��� '  '   '  ���\1J. E. McDonnell, C. P. R..  district, freight agent, yesterday  afternoon received a dispatch  from the manager of the Trail  smelter instructing him'to divert  .'JO cars of coke consigned to the  Trail'smellor, as the latter is on  the verge of closing down, owing  lo a shortage of coke." ,.  We suppose that the manager,  of the Trail smeller, will' make a  record, as being Ihe first and  only'smelter ''ontthe verge of  closing down," owing to the  shortage of coke, yet diverting.  30 cars of coke consigned to his  smohcy^.This is' another -'Pat-  rio'tic"' closing'down, and short-  ago of coke hcnvling, made in" tho  interest of fhe Canadian cinch.  No business at all had been tran  sacted.when the injunction was Boards of Trade of Kootenay,  presented and the meeting took to be held at Greenwood, on  a recess until later in the day. Feb. 2Sl,h. C. . ���F.Al-laniiiiigtou  The; restraining order was ob- and James Laidlaw were elected,  tained  on behalf of S..V. White  &  Co.,   holders  of-100 shares of  Ore Shipments.  Ore  shipment'  I'or  the   weekend ing March 2nd.      North Star  -1.10 tons,    .-mi Hi van ^O Ions.  Railway .'Notes.  If .lim Hill wants to spend  several millions in the Province  why stop him.  The policy of getting rail.ways  wi thou l; a, bonus is a good 'one  that must yevo.iilua.ily work' for'  the good of, the country.  The C- P. R. made a record on  as  a mine.     There   is  a   large  amount of ore on the clump.  Among-'the Craft.  The regular monthly   meeting  of North Star, Lodge A.  F. & A.  AT. will take place  on   Tuesday,  March .1th.  On Thursday evening, Fob.  21st, liro. W. F. Tale was installed as W. M. of Cranbrook  lodge, A. F. ct A. M.  Recruits to Leave.  Winnipeg.     AJarch     2 ���Two  hundred recruits for   the Baden-  Powell   constabulary    luave  Jor  and on Wednesday morning  left; Saturday   by   handling-  00   cars  on (the train f 6y Greenwood. 'from Kop ton ay Landing   to Nei-  Ottawa I y  They were  (achments.  ���-P-'Ainl  joined  lrom Pi  11.. i ;  here  teller  20, Macleod 20, Loflibridge 2n,  Calgary -io,.'Maple Creek 20,  Prince Albert 20, Moo'somin 25  and Ueg'ina-10.'  To Make ''Surveys!'���  It is now stated that the'engineers are already oil ,.the .wity  to survey a route from ��� Jennings  north to tap the rich Crow's  Nest coal fields j; in  Columbia.  Associated  meet ing.til Greenwood on Ihe  2!->th "instiiuf. wore insti'iicted lo  favor the granting of a charter  I'or a railroad from Fernie lo the  international   boundary.    ��� '  Harry Bonfly. president of I he  Fernie Board of Trade, who attended the meeting, made plain  to the Board the true facts i-o-  gardiug tho coal output, and fhe  need   of   transportation   to   the  MOUtll  ������Windy" P. C. Potts, the  would bo coal bai'on. has boon  posing as ������one who knows", in  the Montreal Star. IT the Fernie people would tell all they  know about '"Windy" he would  crawl inlo a hole and pull the  hole in with him.  lieconl developments indictile  that one ol the ino.-,t exciting  legislative contests ever waged  in the Dominion parliament, will  Ui Iff place over the C. P. I\. vs.  Crow A1- Nest Coal Company. Jiln  l-i.ilI and the railway situation in  general,   a >������ y  ��� The contest will center aroimd  the application made through  the Coal Company tp tho Dominion Parliament for a charter  south to the international bound-  ary.      ,   '," . '    .'.'I   ,  Boston, March I,���Three an to-  British I mobiles were placed in the  mail  service   today,   to   be   used   in  '   - Kitcfiener and Botha.  i  London.���It is rumored that-  Lord Kitchener had met General  Botha to arrange terms for the  surrender'of the Boors,, and that  an 'armistice of iJG liours was  granted the Boer commander lo  enable him lo consult with the  othei' commanders.  Later reports are to the  effect ,  that General Botha has surrendered. .  Thomey-ei'iifts' column when  last hoard from was a few hours'  march behind Dowel.  ft is anticipated that a general  action is about to be fought, and  that, the collision is likely lo  prove serious.,  Very Pertinent.  The'-Trail smelter is short of  coke and i'or this reason is liable '  to be closed clown. This shortness of coke is better understood  when the manager diverts 30  cars of coke consigned to fho  smelter,,fo other-points.  Recruits Prom Port Steele.  Lieutenant G. S. Beei- arrived  at   Fort Steele  on Friday evening, and the work of   recruiting-.,  for the Baden-Powell   constabulary commenced today..  The following parties have applied for enlistment: Edward  Barr. N. W. Stewart; George  Johnson, L. Doree. Chas Robinson, Robert Mcinlirc and S. M.  Raj o lie.  A number of Cranbrook men  are expected fo make application  this afternoon.  by  du-  Creelv  Second Inauguration.  The second inauguration" of  William Mch'iuley lo be chief  magistrate of Ihe UiiilodAStates.  will take pliice on Monday,  March lilt.  .The city will be lavishly illuminated throughout and a magnificent display of fireworks has  been arranged.  What Is Wanted.  Under the policy of' keeping a  good thing when they have il.  the.Canadian --cinch" don't want  the entire Dominion, but will iu-  sistjon holding the Kootenays as  a traffic preserve.  % 'hi  v=?.  mass TiJF   IMjn.sPKCTOK,   FOI.'T STILUS,   B.  (A,  MARCH  1001.  IOSTAISLISHKIj    1MI.-S     '  7$..  B. 6race,  PUBLJSHEK    A.V1J    EJUJTOK.  THE PROSPECTOR, i'- piihli-lied  every Saturday, mid lm*. a giiiiraniued  circulation larger tliun iinj other pa pei  In East Kootenay. It i*. all home Printed  and contains double the new.-, ol' aiij  other paper in the district.  As  an  advertising  ineiliinn   it   is 1111  ���xcellcd.  Devoted to the upbuilding of Fori Steele;, the  development of the vast mineral resouiccs oi  Ibe East Kootenay mining district.  Subscriptions *2.00ppr  vein  Advertising rates, miicle'lcuovvii on application.  Contributions are solicited from all part-, oLUit^.  dlitrict, but all matter intended for publication  must have the writer's signature.  speedily and to a irrealcr   extent  I ban ever boioiv.  , ��*- >?' -6- .c;- . t��� >-,  TMIQ PAPPR Is Iccpi on'iile at ilie;uhci--  iniO iMTtn ti^ngagjenrvoi AluMiiidi'i  JlCo., Suite F.. Fli'M National Hank liuilciius;  Spokane. Wash., -where contract- can be made  for it.  Thic Panor '���-> I:L'pt on ole nt K. C  IIIO rdfJCI DAlvJO'S Advi��rii-iiif!  Agency, 54 and ��5 Merchants J'-xchiiiij-'i'. S.m  Francisco, California, where coninict- lor .advertising can be inadcffor it.  Thic Pinup I.-Ucpt oii'iilu at the a .Melius rajJCI "iiini .v,Co. Xevv.-paper A>1-  vetising Agency. Montreal, ulicit- contracH-  for advertising can bo inaue for it  I- on -ale al    .1.    W  Graham \-    Co -   tnu-1'  This Pa ">er  store, Spokane. Wu-.li.  ��;Jte $}v0$p2ct0v  SATURDAY, MARCH -J.  1901.  '���'No  Enemies  to Punish-  Special Friends to Serve. "  -No  SMELTER WANTED.  South East Kootenay. is  sadly  ���   in  need  of  a smelter,   and   the  '   people of the district should concentrate their efforts  upon the  attaining of   this -all   important  ' adjunct to the prosperity of' the  ���mineral resources of the district,  until it is an accomplished l'aet.  ���!r      *       k       ,  If'tlie united Boards' of  Trade  u, throughout ': the   district   would  take hold of tlie matter, working  quietly, but industriously, much  ,good would be accomplished.  *    ���*'  .<-  1    =. It  is   an  undisputed fact, that  there'is  no  district   in   Britjsh  ' Columbia   so~~silTia'��6il7 ''and   sor  favorable  to   thc successful operations    of    a   large   smelling  '   plant, as South East Kooienay.  '��� -X- *       *  I ,    I  The mines in .the   Fort   Steele  -' mining division have arrived  at  such a stage, thai it may be said  they are waiting for fhe erection  of a smeller. -  X       X      -x  There are four smelters in actual operation in West Kbolouny,  si'tuaTecl-at'Ti-ail, Nelson, Grand  Forks and Boundary Falls. Also  one at Northporl," Wash.     'One  ' .lately constructed at; Greenwood  will be blown in on   March  I'ncl.  . Capital is being assembled for a  smelter at Kaslo, and.another at  Crawford Bay. The people of  Lardo are also clammoring for a  "smelter.  -X-        *       ��  What arc thc inducements  ottered for a smelter in South  East Kooienay:  ' 1st. Good sites for" fhe erection, of a large smelting plant  are found in many places.  2nd. Lumber for construction  in unlimited quantities can bq  obtained.  3rd. A sufficient and continuous water supply,^ either for  power, or concentration, can be  obtained at all times during the  year.  4th. The daily output of the  shipping mines is over "no ton.-,  this can be increased to 5no ton.-  5th. Dry ores.���tluxes con  taining values, in gold and silver.  lime in quantity, coal and coke,  in fact everything requisite foi  making smelting a paying pro  position are close at hand.  What is 1he -.itualion ioda\  that exists be1 ween the consumers of coal and coke, and Ihose  that supply tho demand for iho  same, '-the Crow's Xe-t Coal  Company'":'  " Before the opening of the  Crow's Nest coal held.--, the consumers of coke ^wei'i' paying  from $1 1 to !?I() per ton foi- coke,  today we find they are bcim.'  supplied with a bettor clns>- ol  ��ake=al less than ��7.0(1 pei' ton.  The Fernie collieries ap*   pro  ducing   14(10   ions   of--1 coal daily  This   output   will    be  'iiifrea-.eci  monthly  at   tho  rate  ol'ten perj  cent.      . ' j  AVost Kootenay today require.-, ;  ."00 ions of coal and :i0(} tons ol |  coke. A question 'ol voraciiy j  arises between the Coal Com- ''  pany and the 'C. P. R , one  claiming lack of transportation. |  ihe other hick of coal, "which i- i  right?" ' i  " r i  The demand is TiOU ions ol coal!  and .'it'O .lon.t Qi coke. Seven i  tons of coal will make I] Son- of ]  coke, hence it will lake ."i0fi tons.  oi coal to make .'loctons of coke-, j'  The total demand of coal hi/inu j  1.000' iujis daily, lea vine- :: stir J  plus at the mine of inn ions.  We rind from the above liirmvs  . i> .      ' i  that ihe Coal Company is able u>  supply the  present' demand   for,  home consumption, and >ii'l   .v- '  rain a surplus o'f 4u0 tons, .which ���  in  a  month   would   increase   to  li'.OOO urns, in :i year :o   ! i-t.'"'  tons.    With this  hu'ire ..-ur?i!;is.   ���  i  and ' a  monthly, increase  often  per  cent.   11"  tons per dav. Tlie.  natural inquiry would be. ������wh.ja ���  are,  they  going   to  do with the  surplus?" . '  Having the supply and demand,.,  fhe next question of   importance  is transportation..    If we a.-sunie '  thill -0 tons is the average   load  for. a  car.   it   will   take 'f/i cars  FeacSs?carters  for   Mining   aaid.   Commercial   I&era  5*2  51c  aj��a*iij!f.i^?flr f  A. JL  Conveniences  FORT   ' STEELE," - B.    C.  ,?���  .barge  Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.  '/���"H  W%   t  il  ill  W.  D'REW,'  Propriefor  Fori steeiiB.  --<  Another important factor.  overlooked by many, is the fact  that ores, wet and dry. fluxe.-,  and lime, coal and coke, are till  to be found within a radius oi  not more than fifty mile.-., lliu.-.  assnring cheap transportation.  ,��� The situation today is, ihal.  more smelters must be buill to  handle fhe ores mined in the  Kootenay; and the sooner il" is  done the better if will be for  those interested in mining.  daily. t   If  HO  tons   i.s  maximun-  load it will take -1" cars' daily,,,to |  handle ihe pi'oseut demand. ���        \  i  r. Another    vital    question    oi  transportation is. how many cars  can llic'Crow's Nest Branch railway     handle .  daily.     between  Kootenay Lauding and Kelson?  From ca .recent   article which  c l  appeared in 'the 'Nelson Miner.'  lo Ihe effect thai the- C P. H.  were building four or five new  barges, which would enable the  company to transport M0 car? lo  Nelson, or li'O to Proctors  Lafiding, we would infer 'lliat al  the present time the C. P. R.  have all they can'do lo handle  the present demand, 1.000 Ions,  Lei alone the imtnensp eastern  freight traffic to West Kootenay.  i  When the Michel Creole mines  commence to ship, which will be  as soon as Iho side traclvs.and  loading machinery are m position, the output from this point  will be from 3.000 io 4,000 Ions  daily. Thc changes now being  made at the Coal Creek,mhies  will increase the output by 3,000  tons., making a total of ,7,000  tons daily.  If  the  C.   P.   R..   with   their  barges  now   in   operation."   and  those   under   construe!ion.    can  only handle 120 cars   daily,   and,  the  Coal   Company' pulling oui  7.OH'i   tons.   iSO  car.--, is  if to be  wondered ai tha' 'he Coal   Company are -eking oilier   markets  for   iheir   produ'-lion.   lot   alone  the   faci.   there   would be no demand for more i nan-one  third of  the   total   oulpui.   by   the   Wesl  Kooti'iiay ���sineJieri and  other in  dustrie-. u-iuii coal and coke.  Mil;      one    cone lu-.ion    can     oe  drawn    Jroni    tii''    abiiw    faci -i  Thotoal pi'< 0ii' ' 'on o'   loday    ��� s  lar in i'\''i"���i- ul  1 In'   (li'iiiiiiid,  ibe  till ui-"    out put    u ill    !)���'    an en< ii-  Ul'ill'- -lil'plll- "v'i i' ill,.' i'lllllli O"  lljiilKl. 1 he ( 'nil! < ���'illipilliy lielllg  forced lo -I'i'li iliOle extensive  mar.lvi.rts. '" :;;>'.'���.���.���.��� n.w .. i.i. !���><- (e',-  V(:iO|'iil'IC'iil. '''������;'  ! i.i' 'i;.,i i'Ii.'S',.  -ihe    '  \1;  lar.geiiit.-ii!' of.tin.' ���.ii!'"-hii,:ery . a:..(I  ftit.ure.   building . of   c<,ii;c   ovens,',  to apoiiit. jn.s! ��� s'ti f;icien i t"' irn'd  home (.-I'lisiniiptioii.   tliiis   crippl-  ort. Steele     ./'  Brewing  "���       ' <  <      .. L i  (* ',  '���'      '     ;      FORT .STEELE,  B,  C.  MANUPACTUIJRHS.   and    '11REWRRS    OP    EXTRA    FINr"  BEER  PORTER  'ti. W" Drew,-, pbopuietqk.  *#����� y��fc-  &  C&lilOl A.  SOLD'' BY ��� '.THE'' BARREL,    KEG    0R��� ��� 'BOTTLED  i <i t  i ' o >  "Bottled beer for family use a specialty  OUTSTDIfl1'ORDERS 0 TVRN STRTCT & PROMPT AT.TENTJON  i i _ i ' ( '  ���SATISFACTION GUARANTEED r^A%0ioBh,.  1 r , C  �� , " I *        '  Sick & Mutz, Prop's.  FERNIE, B'. 0.     OLD TOWN  SPLKNDTD ACCO.MMODATTON.S  i. '      ' ��  Sample Rooms for Commercial Men  No Traveller Should Pass the Door.  The trail runs within ion foot of the house.     Good  ���   Barn and plenty of hay and grain.    If yon patronize flic  Waldorf von will never ro<?rct il. ,     V  H.    A.    KANOUSJ1  -    Proprietor.  | the B, C; ASSAY &"CHEMICAL  I ^      *}-'   SUPPLY CO., Ltd  &  Vasico'wiver,  5*��^.  Balances. Kurnaeos, h'ire Clay floods, Scientific [5  Booh-.   ClasMvarc,    Phitinuiii   Goods.    Acids.  .5  and -Minors' reiiitireniotjls.   q  g. We are Mainifaeliii-ors and dii-oot [in])ortoi's, .and carry a.  C1 lara'c stock ol  gi and   Prticiica  5! Chemicals, and till other Assayers  |' SOLA AGENTS fop Hlo-'gan 0-n"iblo Company, Baltorsea, Beck  bj er's Sons' Balances, Biami's (jjsoiine Furaaces, Etc.  p'i Catiiloiiu" uud full particulars on application.  ��1  ���_.    .      ���_  cru-LTLar LnJijiJiJrilruuirilnj-i>UT>Tj iJOinjtjTjLruiJTiTlnjiInlriln jTj-Lan.:ULnj-u ilnjTjuuTJiJ-ut)  Bride Bro's.  sue IT t Heavy Hardware  Stoves, Graniteware,  Tinware  Powder, Fuse, Gaps *  Paints and Oils.  Sheet metal work of all kinds  promptly executed.  M���  ��� ^y^-\^w-%y>  --..^���vJi'Ar t^pfii^X'i  Fori. Steele  Meat Market  jpmzzs*  3  15  ^fi"$&f��$^  Price   ��  S15.00  incluclitig  a 10 inch horn,  3lecords  ntid  concci L sontid bor.  intf one  of   the'  most  of   the  1 in port ant ���  '-.Tin; mining'industry  of South   industries   oi    the   1. rovince: ..lor  East Kootenay, in tlie event of a] wiin't?    To jn'ovo'itj tlie. ���npl.itiiM-  smelt-or being erected in the  dis- j ing ami expansion of  : lie   iicius  trict, woiiltl be   developed   more j fries of British Columbia.  \uaa  'I'lif; Tnllcin;; mncliinc tlinl tnlks���siiif.:n-���i>l.'iyfl every instrument���reproduces Sousn's  UlilHl -:Nr.'i;Ti> Mill ilic-lM-'-Jli inj( olchci>(i'is or cliincli cirnirs. >  Tlii-. He-1 liner I".runv O'l'lionir is tr.ni-Uir, i-lfiiu-r, swveter ntul .'^im[ilcr, lli.-tn any oilier  T.-ilkini; M:uliiiie nl ;my prir<,.-i( plnvi i-.'iUc, v.-.-iMcs, v^nllzcs inn relics uml opcrrilic sclccl-  ions, it r.iitjis 1winds nnd music) oT .-liftlie popular snii^s of (lie dnv us well as Coon soups,  p.iLi iolie :'iiil s.u.'i ed sele.-l ions ...it I el I.s funiiv s lories or repents n. prnycr."'  The Iit.rliiii-t* (iram-i.-phone is ninde in Cnii.-id.'i, every iusliitnicnt. is sold with a five  veal's wi il!, 11'.;ii.'ii.intee. A      '  The rc'.-nuls ai.- mil wnx���- they fire hard, Out niul indestructible. AVill last io years.  Write to us loi Ci'.aloguc and teeord lists free.      '.  FACTORY: 347-371 Aqiieitujit St., Montreal.   EMANUEL BLOUT, General Mansecr for Canada. '  E. BERLINER, 2315 ST. CATHERINE STREET      -    '-'     MONTREAL.  PRESI-T   and   SALT   MEATS   ALWAYS  ON TTAND.���  11. W. ROGERS, Proprietor.  1 , 1  j l^i-esh   Halibut.   Salmon,  Salmon Trout.   Hologna   Siin.sa.ge.  ! i'nfior .111 I fl^iTs.     h'ish and (ittnie in Season.  Fort Siecle and Kimbcrlc}'.  Nlil DIG.  iGONTRftGTOR     ^n."   BUILDER  . j 11 <��IT Si I v;  ANii.SION, I'AIN'I'IN't v  "i CAI.O.IMINMN'O ���iimi I'AI'KI.'  i I.-\ NO INC  HIGHWARDEN    &.    SON.  ART fi'  iK.   \).AC.  >IQ.N'EER" BA,RBRR. SHOP  lilvei-ything Sirietly i^irst;1 illass.-  A.ll   work promjitly done.       "Next, door lode /'inspector. THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. C,  1H)1.  &&&%l  S^^^S^^feiS^gS^^^  I  /��v'     V  I      ��T��.'.  *  i���  H. REINEMAN, Proprietor  HOTEL  Fort Steele, B. C.  |I'V  aiid Most Complete Hotel In South East Kootenay  ALL  ODERN   CONVENIENCES  L  J'1  V'  tl>  I  L  f  ^ i  ,0  Sample Rooms for Commercial Meii.  Headquarters for Mining Men.  KIM  ' The .. Coming   Town   of'  East  .Kootenay.  &k  *������>  X  Iv.  Near tlie famous  North  att  m IVlittes  f.  A Limited Mu-Esafesr ,aS ilaotss ffoap1 Sale  1   , - n '  at Prices Ranging from.  To  NOW -IS   TJIE/flMETO KUY as prices will be. advanced the first  of thc year. '  Apply to  Land Commissioner, C. P. R.  Winnipeg, Man,, or to  Fort Steele , and Kimberley,  KIM  ROYAL   HOTEL  U'lMliliJIil-iRY,  P..  C.  Tin'. Fiiifsi    I.ii;11<��� i��� -. ,tml  Cigai'M ninl  H'-'M l-'ui ni-lii-il  1 .'till'!..-.    Ill   "i i   >>     .  J.    I.   (iATIiS,    Vn-\  -Jsil-  IT       "W^  ��  ADVLHTISF..  tiif   I-TIOSPECTOH  60   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  ' Designs  Copyrights &c  AnVono RemlliiR n sketcli and dcaerij.t Ion miiy  quickly ascertain our opinion free wtiptlier an  Invention.In |>i-iUnil>!y.piit.eiiliilile. CViiiimuiiirii-  I Ions hi rlnt ly non lUlunt ial. Tl.-uiiUioolt on Pal mils  sent I'reiv olilust it^oiK-y fiu-fiffiirinir piitciu*.  . I'aliint.s lii.keii Itii-inmli Miiini .V (Yi. recolvp  . special noUcf.'ivii.lioiit clinrgo, in tho  ttiertcait...  MONTROSE BiGYeLEJliFREE  mnppimiiltoyoiirncldres* WITHOUT A DENTIN ADVANCE.  SEND   US YOUR  ORDER, state uliclhri-you wish l.iilv'M.rinan\  vhetMi i^neioloi. lit-ifrlit (.1 fi-iiinc .mil pear wanted and Wi: WILL MII1��  TIIH AVIIKi:i. U  O. ]). on iippiowtl   allowing .1 oil lo iiiuinU' and i'V-  JSE" Bicycle   <fc.f Ci  ^Ci  ' " '    -' '  ~ 'ipi.il  ppi .. .    amnio it. lulls hefnic jou :n.i'i>pt II II il is not all .mil mmi-thau no  tlaini lor it, and a hi-LU'i-vlieel llnu ,-v ou o.in j,'i-1 ku-.'un w hi-i i' nnii- tlio  pi ill- riimi any onu oIm\ il-Ium' it .md \u> will imv iilf<.\pro..s eliaii;i's  omsfhoi..   The "MONTROSE'-  ~m       ''      '  ill our S|)c<-i!ll   Atroiil'.s  is the jrii'.itesl liuiir'iin urn l.ipjc!,. i-\ ci offoi l<]    ^ c ku.ii an"n  toiili.\ rllluliL'i'l nn the ni.u Kcl.nnd Jim null iml a pi, n n,.i pin n >  V,-Yx'.'.''.7.'"1 "." " ' -���"'' "'Pii"'ii( We ne IVCM >>M i: ItM't VIA!  U" " "l:"'- .mil lul.i tins nn Hind ol ipinklv iiiiiiuliieiiiir  om l'.XMl U����i:i.��. Ihis ollirol i. snnpl,. wheel :il lliish.w pneo N  111,1 ielosocu,,. a RSPJER AGENT ui ..nil town I,, lepii-enl us-  and I il.-i'iiiilt'i-s-    (lin-iiuLiils mill,, ni.m, i l i^l  *JPFnif iPflTlfiMQ l"!.i"le. ".'. Mm Mlmli, l.nhes ��!in<li llesL  OrCblrElffl I lUildl ^licllo M'.illili'ssliiliiiii; Willi <inK(l| i.'iinei..  tions. Hush (olnls, iinpiiiM-il i'\pinilei ileui e In luslen si-il p.isl, and  li.iiiilleli.ii, lli.Mil.Mi In H'Wii Ilu e.-li lu.ii.,1 Ma\iK liiilis.-ni.l InnitLr���  Hie i ts|ts| niiniinir known, lli'(liiil "A"llKs the /..sr.iml one ul 1 ho  ino!.|.eS-j,L'ii��|v(..|,iri-.H<.ii l.ho market. The ueiuilnv ijil .11. ���inter llyt-ieule  weltlle; pmln!.., tools and aL'eewnirles the liesti ol'lainiihle. Kiiiimeled in  lack, maroon nr coneli'irreen. highly ilnlsherl and ornamented! speeinl  liiuslied nli'Uelliie; un nil hriuhl, parts. We Ihorouchly testcvery piece  or-mnlernil that i-oes-liHil this iliiiMiilic.- Om- l.iiiilln.- yt-nrV'irinir-'  iiiilee bond with eiieli hleyclo.  FRFF tennyoiieKenillni.'the ifui.no cash in full wllh order wn'will  I llbk send free a ireiiulno UnrdU-lc 111.(100 mile Imrrel paltern <-yelo-  metei-; om |,IkIi If radii lloor liilinp. Your money all hack jTyon aro not  perleetlywdiHlled. . /-  fSMFSP   K/HFPS C'' Wo do not niaiiiifaetiirti the V-henp depart-  .  ..        ... IflBK-EUili mcntsloro hind of wheels, Klich as ninny new  concerns .unit hi^si pply houses advertfse nnd soil ns hinli urnde.   Wc can furnish lliein.  however. at$'i to *7 ilrippeili oi'fll.-;, to  ""  iiiL-nd (hem.     KKFIHtK  IIKl��|;i:iT>>(;  clieap, wriie iih and let us tell you it.  If you        '  MORE   HOME   KNITTERS WAMM  Tk�� abor* emt (howt a inacfataa la operation and ia��pl�� of work  done at tho faono of a ihureboldor.  We want, a< few' more workers in this  locality, at once, and in order to secure  your, co-operation without the delay of  correspondence, we herewith. explain our  full plan in this advertisement.. The work  is simple and V the Machine is easily  operated, and with the Guide requiids no  teacher.^lf you wish to join our staff of  Workers let us hear from you* pmptly  with the ^Application Form for Stock and  Machine filled out and remittance, and we  will allot you Stock and send you machine  and outfit to begin work at once.  PEOPLE'S KNITTING SYNDICATE  LIMITED.  $180,000  Incorporated by Provincial Charter ander tko Ontario Conpaaloa Aat.  Authorized Capital Stock,  HEAD OFFICE,    -    TORONTO. CANADA  Ths Syndicate Is Offering a limited amount of Stock nt $1.00 per share in lots of twenty shares.  (Each subscriber of the twenty shares  to  be furnished a twenty-dollar knitting machine free to work fev  the Syndicate and to share In the net profits of all goods made.)  The Syndicate hae been formed for the purpoae of manufacturing knitted goode cheaper than .any exlttlng company, te keep down prices,,,,  and to oppo.e the large knitting Combine! and Companlat which havelolned handa to raits prleea.   To do thli eucceaefully It la neceeaary toga  yarn   at fir��t coet and to manufacture goode with the leaat poeeible expenae,   Therefore���  .  1.       Th�� Syndicate euppllei ttt own yarn and machines, <  2. Ths Syndicate haa aH goode made by ehareholders knitting at their own homn.  3. The Syndicate paya for all properly made goode at once upon receipt of aeme. and bealdea paying for the work when eent In will semiannually divide with Iti working shareholder* tha net proflte from the aale of all goods made bv Its ahareholdere.  4. Tna Syndicate aella all gooda made by its working shareholders. ~_X^~'  6.       To each aubsorlber of twenty *l.00 share's ths Syndicate ghree free a twenty dollar Knitting Machine to keep, and alea supplies-each  working sh.iroholder, free of charge, full directions, samples and yarn to maks the good*.  To bscomr a shareholder, a worker, the owner of one of the machines, to be paid for the work you do, and also to participate In the equal  division of tho not proflU. you have only to become a member of the Syndicate and take twenty S1.00 sharea which will cost you twenty dollars.  TUC    MCTlinn    fit   TUT     CVlininiTC    Is to supply Its own y��rns and knitting machines to Its ihareholders,  FREE.    By this plan it!j  Int    mClrlUU    Ul      inC     UinUluAJE    can readllyb* eee* that the Syndicate not only benefits its shareholders by way of dividend* &  but is the aouroe of a regular employment and Iheoma at their hsmec    The Syndicate le fully prepared to keep its shareholders suppllsd wlth"ir  yarns for d Ding ths various kinds or work required, and  It Is also In a position to dispose of all goods knitted from theee yarns through target  jobbers and to ths general trade as tait as It can be eent In by Its shareheldsr*. > '~^i.  It will bs seen that to manufacture Koods on to large a aeale It would be neeasssry to havs a number of knltllng factories, which would  mean the Invttment of thousands of dollar*, besides taxes. Insurance end Intereet on eame. We can, therefore, not only menufaeture good*  ohsaper and in larger quantities, but pay our shereholdere dividend* semiannually.  TUC 'Mn PUI tiC the Syndicate furnlsho* l�� a high spsed ��m��y*eamleee knitting machine, and will lait a lifetime with ordinary usage, In  Int- ItlKuni IlL fact the Sydloatewlll guarantsi the mdfltllna far twenty ysars. II will knit from the fine*t ortmported yarn, to th* coarsest  of Canadian wool yarn the ��am* as hafld work, but eighty tInvest faster, tn fact a pair of eocks or bicycle hose In twenty minutes With each  machines lull outfit is sent together Wtth a supply at yarn to commence at once. The guide accompanying the machine* I* to plain and thc  operation *o simple th.-it anyone of ordinary Intelligence can make any of the knitted goods required by the Syndicate, such aa Gents' Socks,  Ladles' Stockings   Qolf and Bicycle Hose, Knickers." t-ogglnge.i.rd Toques for Ohltdren.  TUC DD1PCC the 8vnaioate pay* for knitting these goode are t���aoefcs, S5.00 per WO' palre ; Ladles' Stockinge, SIO.OO per 100 pelrs ; Qents*  llll. rnluLO Qol' and Bicycle Hoie complete, 910,00 per (OO petrel Legging* and Footleee Bicycle Mo*e, afi.00 per 100 pair*; fin* Toque*,  ���6.00 per 100. All these goods are quickly made on tha machine anil at theee>rleei any pereon willing to work can make good pay. much more  than clerking In store, working In shop or laboring on farm. Shareholdera can devoSe all or part-of their time knitting, but at all times they are  expected to work for the interests of th* Syndicate.  WMfl    P4N    IDlnl     All psrsone willing to aeospl and honeetly knit tha yarn entrusted to them, and to return made goods promptly to the  uVUlT    VON     UIICT    nn TH    mill     E����Ji person deelrlng to beeams a shareholder af stock, participating In the eeml.annual dlvl-  ifMAI      IUU     InUul      UU IU   JUIll.    ClendS, and to da work for the ��yi��dleate, resolving pay as fast as the work Isjsnt In.-must cut  out the folllowing APPLICATION FORM, sign thslrnami to It, flU In addrasa and reference, and enel  to the Syndicate.  XI  I eneloee It with Cxpreee or Post OMc* Money Order  Application form for Stock and ItlacMtte.  THB PBOPLKS KNTTTINO SYNDICA.TK, Hul-imj>,  130 Tour,* St., Tobokto, Owt,  I enclose you herewith |io.oo In FULL PAYMENT for 90 share* of *toek (*ubject to no other call) in Tke People'* Knitting Syndicate,  Limited, which I wish allotted to me, and one of yonr $*o.oo machines free, nau ����� you furnlah your *hereholder*, together with free  samples, instructions nnd jam, which I wish sent to me e* coon a* poa*lble to enable me to begin work for the Syn��ilc*t��-mt once upoii  receipt of simc. Thc snid aloek to entitle me to participate in the eesai-annual dWIdend* of tb* Syndicate in addition to heinj; paid ca*b oa  delivciy for nil Ihe Knlttlne I do for the Syndicate oa my machine.  JVnmr vcur near-fit Exfrrir Oyer: ' Temr nami   Put Offffct .  The ProspI'H'I'Oi:  Umm*   R^ftrtnct,  Mr.  *VltM|gtBt�� oMWBIIICJl tiaeroa tan devote to the work and how roa wtsa to be paid���weekly, monthly or as you'send lu tbe wetk.|  A liiuiiiflfmicly illustrnle.1 w.H'lily. l..-ii'i.'e.it cir-  iMlliUiim of liny yciciitirti: jiinrtinl. 'i'lirtiis, ^.'J a  vi.ur; loin- 1111111II18,$1.  tioid livaii iinwurleiiterfl.  JUNN&Co.36,Broad^- New York  Braucu Cifllce. ��2fi F St., Washlugton, Ti. C.  ei^riOcoinpli'l'.'. AW il.. iinl; (.iiiiniiitL'o iinr l-i'coin-  lii'.'.vi-lo nl.' imy inn' cl^ti, 110 niattiM- wliji or linn-  1 *_-11 >vi' i';i 11 siiv'O you on llic sumo ninolliiii'.  islstymi.tn KAltX A HICVdl.i: liydla.  u ... x_ rn   ...           ���7.--"T "~   "T.~"   l'"' k ".i"i"Kiios foriiMii IVu-ihivs.   WoiiiM.'tl 0110 pdrwon  Hn1 encli town for t is purpose. _ \\ <��� lmve wvcnil-Iuindi-vd KK0<(.\ J> ll.V.MI U'llKKLS tnki-ii in l.iiiclu whluli wo  2..V.. ��S.r��.ai??,,'S.?.,Poai'hi l|lf��'<"l<>,!-'l'C'P'>v��niKiniplcM nml 'mi m.nl.-lM vorv cliuap. Solid for llnnrniii List.  ,��MJH JtbUAKIliIf\   is unciucKtioncd.    >N c mfor to nnv Imuk or liusiiioss Ikiiisi; in Chlcniru. or anv express or  are  U,*.*,"l"C  lU  P." I _tril111l.hu-i-al.-ilnc-iK's for us a lew ih,  (railroad conipaliy.    we will sen  SEHD/YOUR: ORDER tt^dS^^^^ n omnrno  J�� L* MEAD GYGLE GOM&qNY/GMcagofiH. \L G. olbliLHo,  CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS,  COPYRIGHTS AND DESIGNS.  \ Send your K)ii.siTic��fl direot to "Wasliinuton, <  Bjivcs tiiiio, eosls less, better service.  My office close to U. S. Patent Office* FREE prelimln-  * ary examinations made. Atty'n fee not due until patent <j  I Is secured PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN���19 YEARS 4  [ ACTUAL EXPERIENCE. Boole "How to obtain Patents," J  , etc., sent freo. Patents procured through E. O. Siggers J  > receive special   notice,   without charge,  in   the 5  iWVENTIVE   AGE  lllnstrated monthly���Eleventh year���termH, $1. a year.  Late of C. A. Snow & Co.  918 F St.. N. W.,  WASHINGTON,  D. C.  *M^M��MyiM^��W��WVMWVVVVVVVVMMI  DIUSE iSCROPTS  CONTRACTORS  All    Kinds   of  Br  i  ick   iind ''.Stone.   Work.  BRICK .'ini! LIME b\n- Sale..      ���  PLASTJiRiNG  Pfon^jtly Done THE PROSPECTOR. PORT STEELE, B. C,  1901  if'rr-~-'inj>iT����i  ' *#######*<MHMHMNt  FORT  *if. jit*.  *  &  J  The Mining Center of the District of Soutli East Kootenay  .3  r  The Largest  Mineral Areas,  and the Most  tensive  i Ml  Coal Fields on the  American Continent  are Situated in  South East Kootenay  NBfctU., MJA\P,.  ��  Agriculture  '                                                            "                '   "  Grazing and the                        "       ' !i  Lumber Industry                              $  '         .,   ��        -             - -     *                 >  are Prominent                                       ���  .i  Features of the,                                    i  1  1  District.                                                       1  ���&A  '��  b  The   Crawford   Bay   and   Fort   Steele   Railway   will   be   constructed   this   year.  a ' . ��  i ��� *  The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway, Recently Surveyed, will pass through  FORT  STEELE  - il  And    Tap    the   Greatest    Mineral   B^ft   of   the   District  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  Apply to  L. T. Galbraltll,       Townsite Office / - -x--  r-   -S    .  TJJE PROSPECTOR. FORT STEELE. B. (!..  MARCH 2. 1001.  i '  c^  ��fye $JX0&p&tf0V.  SATURDAY, .MARCH 'L 1SHU.  ���mTfmTTnTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTniTTTTmTTTTTTTT-;-  |  LOCAL NEWS. ��  A. Drummond of Moyie and J.  13. Hill of Vancouver, wore  registered at the Imperial on  Monday.  Mr. Martin, timber inspector.  was in town on Tuesday.  Subscribers of The Pkospec-  toh are strongly attached to it,  they believe in it, quote it, and  welcome it eacli week with a  smiling face.  CEYLON  AND  INDIA TEA.  GREEN   OR   BLACK.  - IS    PURE   TEA.  '���Pure tea calms, restores and'cheers those in distress."  :���*&���  Ms  CARLIN  & DURIOK  DRINK  IT.  Borx���On Saturday to' ihe  wife of Arthur Fenwick, a girl.  A large number of recruits are  waiting at- Port Steele for the  arrival of tlie recruiting officer.  Tlie Provincial 'Legislature  are now getting down" to business:    '   .  .  Five hundred dollars, will be  paid for a pair of' Mountain  Sheep. Apply to Indian Agent  Galbraith.  A free sample of. delicious SALADA Tea ,sent on receipt  of postal mentioning which' you drink���Biack, Mixed, or  Green Tea.    Address "SALADA," Toronto or Montreal.  Confidence     is    Iho   basis . of | ,<��� St. John's Church of England,  business. Services  will   he  held  in Un  church of St.   John  1)ie   Divine  every Sunday evening at 7 :.'!<,>.  Si rangers an> welcome.  [���uks;i!y,ti:i{iax um'Kcn.  ���i ii  Clu i>lian st.-rvi'-o will   bi>  eon-  The Ottawa government 1ki.��.  decided to open an assay oilu-o  in Vancouver al which gold will  be purchased.     ,  The family of Andrew Net'diic  returned from'a yisit to Ontario,  on Mondav.  GENERAL  Fort  Steele,  Sole.Ai��ents for tin  MERCHANTS  Eesl  Kootenay.  Professional.  North Star Lodge  Kf'l.T S'l HI'-l J', ii. r.  NO. 30.  A. F. AND A. M.       G. R. B. C.  Kt'Mtilni' incctiiifts ���Isi Tuesday i" each  month :ilci(,'lit o'clock. Visit mi; liicUiorn aro  cordially itnitod,  '"    A. W. Hi.i;a<!iii:i,i,, Secretary.  Canton steel  COMPANY  This Ktkki., is giuii-anteed to be equal fo .lessop's or  Firths in all  11 AKDKO(!K Wok-k.  Tlie   StrathconaAs ' sailed    for  home on the 23rd.   ,  Colonel Plummer  has  Dewet  on the run.  The 'small   pox  at  Fernie   is  confined to a single case.  Successful' advertising, moan-  keeping your name and btiMiioxs  ness before the people all, the  time. ,    , ,  The Fort Steele Flour & Feed  Store proprietor isa��gent for the  Fleetwood Ceylon tea. Try it  once and vou will use no other. *  Harry Ban- and wife .and Mrs.  Cormack.. visited Port Steele  on  r' Sunday last.       ,i  Plum Piuliliuo* itm' Mince l'ios cfti.-n  bin e bad t^loi/ls- upon tlu* -izuill bo\ w lm  o\er iudnUre- in rhoni. l'a'ui-Kiilecas  a household medicine (or all such illr. i-  iint.-qiuilK'd.' ' A\oid -tiKstiunt'-s. theiv  i> but on? 1'.uu-lCillov. Vi?]tv Da'vi-'.  2-ji-. und ."iOe.,  Colonel  Henderson   and   wife  ���were in tow'u.ou Wednesday. ���  "'���" r-��� GrOW'S NestG031 company^  -...������, Giant Powder GoniDanu-liw  Mining   Supplies  a  Specialty.  tion. S. McCiiilor. .1. A. llarvey  HARVEY, & McCARTER   ,  Hamsters.  Solicitors,   Notaries  Public,  (.'vrirci/micersdc.  VOKT  STICKT.K, It.- C.  I O ' I  I  KUVKLSTOICrc STATION and GOLDUN '  COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY     -MADE.  W. R. ROSS  ducted     in     t'l'ie      Presbyterian  Churcli bv the   Pastor   Kev    I)    Agents I'm- lhe�� MASSI3Y    IIAIilllS    CO.,  Limited.  , FOR  t'iinsiMinjj nf '���!*'���'< acres nT bottom land  nine ini)o.-. north west nl Koi't Steele on  ��� Chas Est mere,, M.'E..'u was   in  towu on Wednesday. '   , ��  Chas     Armstrong      returned  1?from Fernie on Saturday last. .  There is every reason to believe that Fort Steele will ,have  a good and prosperous summer.  ' Five hundred  dollars  will   be  paid' for   a   pair,   of   Mountain  Goat.    Apply  to Indian  Agent  --Galbraith. "    ' '      '  John. Rice, engineer' at -the  Sullivan mine visited Steele on  Wednesday. s  The Sullivan mine has' closed  down all work except development, 'o  ,  ,.* H. Gale, S. Byottc, ,T. Cdulton  W. J. Brown, Miss Grace and  i. Miss '-A"twood,s Cranbrook, were  registered ,at the Imperial on  Sunday.  Wm. Stewart and G. Johnson,  Galloway, visited Fort Steele on  Sunday.  To   the   Ladies   of  Fort Steele   and  District.   *  Airs. Kershaw expects to receive a choice selection of the  latest styles in MILLINERY  spring and summer goods, skirli  waists, wrappers, etc., etc. in  Port Steele any day. * She. wiU  consider it a favor to show thesey  goods whether you are a pinch aser or not.  Prices are holding vory firm in  flour, milling goods, with strong  tendency to advance, so thc proprietor of the Fort Steele Feed  Store advises ns. This is, therefore, a good time ,to purchase  your winter supply. He has just  completed a full stock of Hour,  meals and breakfast foods. '���'  J. Love, representing the Consolidated Stationery Co., Winnipeg, was in town on'Monday.  Ed.   Ban-   came    down   from  Kimberley on Monday.  �� Work on the bridge at Wasa  is    rapidly    approaching   com-  .pletio.ii under the superintendence of L��. Bale.  Grundy Aukus is down from  Tracy creek.  That Hacking Couyh is a waniinir not  to be lightly treated. Pyny-Kal.-am  cures with absolute certainty all recent  coughs and colds. Take it in time.  Manufactured by the proprietor- of  Perry David' Pain-Killer.  The Crow's Nest Coal Company will pay a dividend of 2 per  cent in April.  For advertising in South East  Kootenay, The Prospector  covers the field. It is the paper  the people want.    ,  ' Mrs. Doctor Corsan and family  were in town during the early  part of the week.  Joe Young came down fro in  Windermere on Tuesday.  C.   J.   Caun    returned    from  Movie on Wednesday.-  p        >        Chas  Robinson.   Michel  is   at  Iho Imperial.  Mc\y. RoidA R A. every Sabbath  evening at 7:.'!i>.    Sunday School  a I i! p.m.        ��� ���  All are welcome lo our sen ires.  ,    Chrome Ktelcers.  Whenever you tind ti man find-  in."   fault   with   the local paper,  open   i!   up   and   ten   to  one he  hasn't   an  advertisement   in   it;  !'t"-'   Koot'eiiav   Kivoi-.    Title perfect  live 'to oncvlte never Ww it a job  l'>'T'll: ll��J-',li"ts i��on,.s. mhI.u-., .-.itti  ���'        ��hcd>5. root hoiii-o. etc.    I' or part lemurs  of work:   three  to  one he does iipply ,;, KA   ,iA1;|,: ,.. Q. i;..x  x��.  not   take  ihq  paper, two to one sio.'l-'ort Steele. M. (!'.  that,, if he   Is a subscriber he is  delinquent:   even   up  ,he'" neyer  does  anything   that   will  assist  the   publisher   to 'run   a'  good  paper,   and  forty   to one that if  the paper'is a good one and   full  of life,   h'e  is the most eager lo  .see tha paper  when   it   comes  out.  , Get your job'printing done  al  The PitosPECToii office.  Farming   Implements.  Agents    Wanted  ' SA LK' Complete ��� Life of, Queen' Victoria  East Kootenay  Bottling'sCo.  0  ' C.   Af.   Edwards   was   iu,lown  on Thursdayv  " Wm.    IJaupt    returned     from  Kimberley on-Thursdnv.    ' '  ri,            ,       * c  %  ' (        I���  J. 'A.   Olson  came doSvnJ'roiji  Kimbci'icy; on 'PritUij^.     l      r  ���Aerated waters  bfall kinds.   '.,'  Syrups. Champagne?. 'Ciders,  Ginger Ales, Etc.      >    ,  Sodai water in   -iphoiis. ,���   The mo^l  eeoncmiicsil w;iV 1o hanrllc'il. ~  X,    n    liKST ISOOK  uKs'i- 'j'K.rtMS  Outlil   .Mailed on'lteceipt ol' ITiceiilh.  Adih-i'ss     " .  '   '  S. ('V.AIILUOUAt CO..'   "  J'ni'tlaiid. Ore'.. 1J..S.A.  ���ister ���  NOTARY    PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER.,,.  Solicitor  Port  Steele,   Jl   0  T.    BOB  LA.NDS and MINES       > '   '  -* NOTARY  PIJBLiTC  COr.M'IOTlONS fjiven IMfOAll'T A'l'I'UN'nON  Fort Steele,     - B. C.  Home< Work.  "\\rc must h;i\-o sitfinec a mini- ,  iliec   of   ruliiihlc    pei'MiiLS   and  l:uiiili(>s iii this locality to woric  lor   iiiH   wliole   or niiare  time.'   ,  (Iood wti��cs paid.   Xo eativass-  in��'.    Write'for position today.   '  People's Syndicate Dept. A.  l:lil Voiiim-Street.'     TORONTO. Out.  I-'oit'r Stkixb Ui:\*i:i.(irMi:NTSrN-i>(OA'i'K Ltd    ���-'  I,  KiK LciiilciiliiiU Sli-fi. Lmiilnn, l'-.n^liiml.  i >  N. A. WALLINGER,        FORT STEELE.  . >i -   ' .        &  I'OST.OIi'n'ICH HOX 8.  'T.U OiM'A S'  Al c V, I" T'T 1,13  Port Steele B.C. ''     "  .James McMillan, an ,old time  placer miner, is sick at the Fori  Steele Hospital.  The License Commissioners of  South East Kootenay will hold a  meeting at Cranbrook today.    '  When a man gets in the swim,  he shouldn't splash too much of  his' joy on tho people on the  bank. ' " ���>  Government Agent Armstrong  went'fo Pernio on Thursday.  Moyie sent three delegates to  thc convention of tho Associated  Boards of Trade at Greenwood.  It i.s rumored around /(own  that the large load in the Rslolla  has' been' struck in the long  tunneJ.  Tins Pkospi2C;i'OU ore cabinet  has been enriched by some beautiful specimens of copper ore  from tho Try Again claim.  A clean  conscience  i.s  to Ihe  soul, what health is to the body.  W. R. Ross went to Cranbrook  on Thursday.,?  J. A. Harvey attends ihe  meeting of the License Commis-  sic,>ners at Cranbrook today.  Chas Armstrong, AL Doyle  and. A. B. Grace wenl to Cranbrook today.  ' Night "Was Her Terror.   ,   l  '���T would co'iijli nearly all nii>litlont>.'  writes Mrs. Chan. Apployate. of Alexandria, hid., "and could hardly yet any  sleep. I had eoiisiinipuon *o bad that  if I walked si block I ' would cough  fri<;h��l'ii]ly and spit blood, but. \vhen  all othei- medicines Tailed, three-- il.Otl  bottle- ol' Dv. Iviny'.s New Discovery  wholly cured mo and I yained '.">($  pound's." It's absolutely y iiaranteed to  cure Cottsih.". Cold-. La 'Grippe, bronchitis unci nil Throat.and Luup-troubles.  P."ice i'iOc and $1.0!^, Trial bottles free  at A. \V. Illeasdell. Dmusrist.  . ���)  0  o  iC000'*^-'--'-^J��|L��*i����^*^OO000O  A OUJCIC CURE - 8  : Oil COUGHS g  and COLDS  i i& p i -j ^ sli n I ^  il |iljf  ��rt?t3K  ^   " 'The Cr.n?.dian Remedy for all  I THROAT Asa I.UMG AFFEGTIQNS  <��     "       Larje Eoitks, 25 cents,    i.,.-  ^    1UVJS <t r.AWKKXCE CO., Limited,  O riop'a Torry Diivis'l'am Killer, i>(  2 New York. Montreal  _  C ��� {i  00000���C^^����-�����^3^J^<|>w/vvv^>000000  Douglas  Corsan  'CJI--MP.) '    '  ' >   ' r  OFFICE "Riversklfc Avenue.  Next Door lo JVcasdeAI's Out (j Store.  GRASSICK   &   DEMPSEY.  '  t- ��  CONTRACTORS  ���'- ' .,L,   and' . ,'.'���     ' '",  . J3UIBDBRS.      ,  "   ,    i       '     '> '  Fori   Steele 'B.C.,  A chinook struck Foil Steele  on Wednesday, and the snow has  jdisappeared.  C. P. Hannin^ton and .fames  Laidlaw left on Wednesday for  Greenwood.  Tom   Hamilton,   Galloway,   is  at fhe iTnperial.  Rome :)<) men were  disi-harmed  at the Sullivan mine. >  >Frod Piinmoro is   moving-  into  hi- new residence.  Wm. Carlin visited  Cra.nbi-ook  today.  F. Laini}- returned   from   k'im-  borley on Priday.  Attention Hunters and  Prosi^ectors.  Indian A��ont Cjjilbrin'ih is.w illinu to  ]>ay , the   sum   of   -K>U0..per  pair.   I'or  Mountain Sheet) and,(lout, or cither.  Keep your eyes on Porl  Slinile  The snow is rapidly disappear-  The Manitoba railway deal is  a most important piece of railway legislation. Tt i.s natural  that the public should show interest in the transaction.  Hi"  It looks as if .sprinir had come.  Do you coujrh.-' We have a  few subscribers that we wish?  would con<rh up their s:i for lasl  years sub.scri p ti oi i.  West Kooten;L\7 pajicrs are  "���citing in their work" on the coal  output ol the Fernie mines. Li  wa- all riirlil last year, and  would be now ii it were not for  thc paid '-I 'atriotic. IioavI "  News Notes.  Admiral Sampson is called a  conceited ass, by Senator Allen.  General Gomez says'ihal, (he  Americans arc 11n* best friends  that Cuba has today.  Carrie Nation ediled a Peoria,,  TIL. newspaper for one day. It  is said lliat she used a shooting  stick-.  lOll'LOV YO,UH  1DLI0 TIMK  It's As G-ood As Cash.  "Work at. Home" i-< an idea that will  appeal to lho>-c who will have a ��ond  deal ol'-pare time dttriiit; Ihe coming  winter. To secure the services of such  Ihe l\'oplu's ICnitiiii!? Syndicate. Lipi-  iteil. of'Poronto are olTcriii" remunerative home work lo be done wilh their  Automatic. Seamless Knitting Machine.  Their's work lliat any one can easily  learn and could be done by dillcrcnl  members of lln- l.miily according as  liiu.v had leisure ~.i ��ond ��';ij lo make  Ihe idle minutes pay Ihe rent and buy  the liriny. See I heir aimoiincemeiil in  .mother column.  THE  Chamber of Mines  W. P. Gurd of Cranbrook  was  in town on Monday.     ,  Joe  Fuller,  came down from  Kimberley on Monday.  Quantity of circulation, quality  of circulation, home circulation,  influence in its territory is  what  l)Lisinc-~s in Suiiih Fast Kooienay is picking up.  ���This mouth show!? a decided  improvement: in the coal and  coke supply at Pernio.  . In one respect our new King  is equal to an; editor. Me has  the royal jii-i'viTego of refcii'i'ing  lo himself- as f'Wc".  TO THE DEAP.  A rich lady cured of her Deal-  ness and Noises iu I he Head by  Dr. Nicholson's'- Artificial Ear  "Drums, ���g;i\'0$1.0,('.H)0.-to this-, Institute, so 'thai' deaf jieople unable to.procure ; the Eur Drums  may have them free. Address  No. M".L.s. ' The.; Nicholson In  stitute,     780,'    Eighfi-i   Avoniie,  SOUTHERN BRITIST COLUMBIA  (Kootenaus and yalu)  is building up The Pkospector'I   ��� Subscriptions arc nowdue.       I New York, U. S. A.  Tho Chamber of Mines uanls thoroughly reliable co: i c.-.|louden! io every  Camp in llic districts ol l'':is< and W'e-l  Kooli��� 11ji,\ and ^'ale lo \. limn re.i.s inabh-  coinpeiisal ion will bo paid lor Iheii  .services.  ('orrespond' n' - will lie experleil In  I urilisli I he ' 'n.i'iilier ol Minis ,\ iih al!  de\ elopmeiil 140111^ on at' ihe mines,  lilii.!- installation of niachinc.ry, ship  ments of ore and value, an I '^j.'i.ie.r.tlly  such news as will all racl the. ai'te'ntion  of ���c-iipitalists and cause tlie.m lo iuves1  (ii'e-ate' and in vest.- '���,,������       ;    ':  Applications' to be atliiresscd to tlu  OlIAMI.lKl; '���Oli'MlKi-::-.;;  ���   .' Sciiuthern liriti.sli Cobuiihia,  ������''���"   (Ivootenays and Yitle.).  I A O. Box A7S. 'KOSSLANI."). B. C.  NOTICE.  Xolice is. hereby tfiven Unit .applicaiion  amII lu- miulc Lo tin; l'lii'liiuneiu of Cunatla  ul its next session for an nut to in-  coipoiaie tut- "Kooion.iy Cenlial Hailway  Company.'' with power 10 construi'L, equip, op-  craLe ninl inaiiuain a lmu of Kullway. of siantl-  aril or any oilier kiiukc. 10 be operated by  sieani. ulcotneiiwor any oilier power for ihe  i'iu-1'iiij,' of Irei^ht and p.iisciiijers.  I'^lKS'l':���Viom l''oi i Sieele 10 101l;o or some  oilier eoiLvenieni point on tho Crow's Ncbiliuil-  H.iy between lilko and Waidner thenee on  eulier the Kast or West side of Wijjwnm river,  oi- by the mosi convenient route to the International Boundary Ijiue.  SKCOND:���]i'iom Fort Steele to Windermere  by eulier tlie Hast or West side ol ihe Ivoote-  n.iy nver: Llienee to tlie town ol Ooldeti on the  main line ol the Canadian t'aeiliu Hallway, ami  to liuilil and operate tramways in connection  therewith, with rower to construct, operatu  anil maintain branch lines anil all necessary  bridges, i-onils, ways forrius and other works,  and 10 build, own aud maintain wharves ami  docks Iu connection therewith, and with power  tu Inuld. aci|iiii-c and maintain steam and other  vessels and boat.s. and 10 opera to the same 011  the' ICuoleuiiy Hivor lrom Hie tniernationiil  liniindarv as Inr aorih as tlio said river may be  nr may be made navigable.  Also 10 aiiihiii'ize the said Kootenay C'ential  Jdiiluiiy Coiiip.inv 10 build, eiiuip, opciiiie aiid  ni.iuiiaiti H'k'^ii'.j!!! ami telephone lines 111 con-  nei-iinn with said railway and branches, and to  liciicrale i-lccli icily loi- Ihe supply ol heal,  lillll anil piiwi'i-, nnd lor all and every othei  purpose iiiiMUKiiicil in Scctlmis mi, HI. Si and s;t  nl the "Water Oluuscs Consolidation Act ol  ivii" 11111I 10 do evt-rythiiin necessary mid inci-  dciil.il 10 the e;irr.\'liie out ol all or any ol Hie  objeiis leli'ircd to In said sections  Also 10 imcsi said Company with power to  evpiopriatc lands lor the put poses of the Company, .mil to aci|imo lands, bonuses, privilcgos  or oilier aids lrom any (Jovei nineni. Municipal  (Jotpin.1 lion, or other poisons or bodies.���Also  in lev.\ and collect tolls from all pai'Lios usinx,  and on all ficiKht passinj,' over any ol such  ui.tds. imlw,i>s tiamways. ferries, wharves  stnd vessels owned or operated by the Company  mid wilh power to in.ike irallie or othernr-  i.uiHciiienis with railway, sleainbo.it or other  Companies, and loi- nil other usual necessary  1 ig'ils. poweis or privileges in Unit behalf.  I'u 1 Iher to empower the said Company lo nc-  iiuii'c.nul operate mines, coiiceniratois, .sine) I-  cis 01 icllueiics in the neighborhood ol or in  mivpai-l nl the icri-iLoi v naiiiitilly tributary to  lis i,iilu.i.\ -..  Dated .11 I'Vui Siecle. IS. C this Mill day of  Oci'ciiilier  A. I>. IHDII.  I. A. IIAKVIOV     /  W.M   I!. IIOS.S        1  Shaving ��? Hair Dressing Parloi  Xuxt to Oriental lintel ��� -7  PORT   STEELE, B.,,C.  All kinds of hair work  fi specially.  A. J   GREZ,  Proprietor  lw.  COHN  TAILOR  t  " .AND rMPOftTEtt OF,  FINE. WOOLLENS  '    Rocky Mountain Avenue  o  Fort Steele, B. G.  SoliclKirs lor Applicants.  NOTICE.  T. 6. Armstrong  l<\)iiT Stki.:!.!-:, |{. G.  MANUFACTURER  OF  Tinware, Galvanized Iron, Shod  Iron,   Sl,ovo  Pipes aMid  Copper\va,ro ,  BUILDINGS HEATED and VENTILATED  Plumbing, Pipe filling and   all  kinds of sanitary work  flir Ticjlit���Hot Blast Stoves  Hydraulic   and   Air   Pipes   for  Minos '  SPECIAL  ATTENTION   PATT)    TO  .IOR  WOLtK".  GEARY   &, DOYLE.  Livcru, Feed & Sale Stable.  ' irort' Steele P..C     ' .  A iiicqiiiiL;' of (.lie LiitoiiKo (Aonirniij-  .sioiici'H of Sont'li lOa.st Jvoiitonity will- bo  held ;il. Gi'itiil.irook 011 .S:it.uril:iy. Alaroli  iind, to I'Oii.sidoi'. the application- of D.  .MeNoish for a transfci; of bis licoiiHC  from the Kootenav .".Hotel, Ci-anbrook,,  to tlio Steele, House, Fort. Steele...  A H. W. BARN hlS,  . Cluol*License tuspeetoi-. I-|'eaaitn'q of all kinos a si'kcialty  Rooriijiii-  Daily   Stage  meets all  Lraiiis at Fort Steele .function. '.  SADPLK & PACK HORSES  < * I  .���  I]


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