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The Prospector May 10, 1902

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Array I*.ssorctor's O&vv  ���'..nrup^'-ijTm-inrii-iJa'TnriJ-iJinrxnjTJT.^.  5* , .mini.".i;ai.  maiimcnoN of  C        I'A.ST KOOTI-..V.W   111 VISION  IS    ll'ill  $2,850,289  VlXUimUTJUUlJTJUUUUUUlJTriJUUU*-  5 M1NKHAL   I'HOUUC.TION"  OF  2        HIMTISH   COLUMBIA   IN  1901  6 520,713,501  ^y ^-CnJtriltnJiJTnjTJtnitJtriiu^  Vol. S.  RORT STBBLB, B. C, SATU1ZOAY, MAY IO, 1902.  No 19.  New Advertisements To-aay.  Notice-.1   A. Mclxeicliar  Notice.���.lolin Mioxxn  I'af-'e 1  *' ' M  .   t     iyilNliKAL  FLOAT?    *  4* - jh  '   J,vi-25^^-r^-i-5^-5^-5-2-25--5-2-3-5-5-:*'',  A small interest, in. a paying  mi no i.s infinitely bolter than the  whole of a dead prospect.  In South East Kooicnay there'  arc a large number of properties  which hid fair to speedily, become mines.  Tho copper production of this  (list rid continues restricted by  lack of necessary tiaiisporlation.  South East Kootenay is mere-  ' ly   holding  it*  own. bui   important cl��vclopnienls are under way  at a number of points'in the, district.  Tlie Fori Steele district is  at-  <*-    -      .  trading so much  attention   that  numerous .mining  men. are  now  ��� coming into the district. >, ���   ' ,.  Twenty-five miles, west from  Fort Steele there are large veins  oJ* copper ore.  ' Thcfamous North Star mine  commenced shipping ore during  the past week.  ��� The richest men in  the  world  have made their money mining.  The. mines, of South East  Kootenay will' bear the most  , rigid investigation.  The ,li2stclUi,o mine will soon  greatly increase its .production.  The copper bell of Ihe St.  Mary's river dislrict with in-  creased development will have a  Q  record in the near future as a  great copper producing region.  " Few. even among those well  in formed, .realize Ihe' greatness  aud'promiso onhe'co'ppoi mines  of this district.'"0  Parties from 'England, and  eastern Canada, - are expected  here shortly to examine the big  iron ore deposits at I.in11 river,  with a view to purchase.  Great' oil basins .-arc being  opened up in South East Kootenay.    The quaiuilyjias not been  ' large but the quality i.s high.  The   general   situation   looks  -about this way to a number of  experienced mining' men: The  season of 190:2 is going to be the  greatest year for mining operations, good sLibstaiuial investments, and a mutual confidence  in operators that South East  Kootenay. has ever witnessed.  There is no mining .section in  the north west offering better inducements to capital than the  Fort .Steele mining division of  British Columbia.  This year will he a. notable one  .hero in South Wast Kootenay in  the matter oJ ""great mining activity.  The mining outlook throughout South b.ast Kootenay ibis  spring is, indeed very encouraging and a season of unusual prosperity is looked for from every  sou reo.  Prospecting and development  will be pushed during the  summer months on. a ./number of  properties on  Wild Horse creek.  As has been stated, a great  amount Of money has been ox"  pended on.-'development work  and in preparing machinery for  tlie .future'working of.the Estella  mine.   .' ' .  ��� Timber is one of 'the most' i in-'  portant resources of Soutli East  Kootenay.  A. full crow of- men are at work  driving two tunnels- on the  Estella mine.  The  initios  on   Bouider creek  a.s encouraging lo know thai the  owners of the Estella mine have  a force of twelve men at work in  the mine, and as fast as it shows  ti  indications which will warra.nl it  more will be added. ���  AU the hydraulic" mines on  Wild Horse creek will soon be in  active operation.  ��� For-the 'successful exploiting  of the mineral resources of this  district, it is necessary lo overcome the Iremeudous obstacle of  lack of transportation.  There will be^i/grand opening  at I'Vrnie on the advent of the  Crow's Nest Southern railway,  which is expected, some time in  July:  AMONG    THE    MINES.  LIBERAL  CENTRAL,  ' ASSOCIATION.  Committee   of Eig-ht   Appointed.    A  Tip that Election will Take  Place   This   Fall.  A meeting of the-Fort Steele  Liberal Associarioi:%Avas held on  Monday evening~i'or\the purpose  of electing delegates to form a  Central Liberal Association for  the Cranbrook riding of South  East Kootenay." The following  delegates were elected: Dr. H.-  Watt, John Crassick and William  Stewart.  ... At Cranbrook.  The' delegates elect, from all  parts of the riding met at Cranbrook on Tuesday, when a committee of .eight was appointed,  consisting of three representatives from Cranbrook, two' from  Port Steele and one each from  Moyie, Kimberley and Marys-  ville,' to1 "perfect, Ihe arrangements for the forming of a Central Liberal Association for this  riding'.    It is reported that news  has   been    received     from   the  " ��� ���<-  coasl,   that  an  election -will ,be  held this fall, hence I here is seen  a* certain amount of activity iu  political matters, such as names  added to the voting list, pertinent inquiries as to probable  candidates. So ' far, in South  East Kootenay, in the Fernie  riding, E. C. Smith. M. P. V , is  the only candidate who has declared himself as a candidate.  Development Work'has Commenced.  The North Star Shipping.    ,  At the Knob Hill a small force  are engaged in pushing development work. ���  Viking and Cresent. Messrs.  Williamson and Shillman have a.  three foot galena lead that i.s  wide-ting out, as depth is obtained;'  At the Silvia, which is localed  on Wasa creek, active work will  commence in a. short' time.  Work on ihe Rstella is pro-  grossing rapidly. Tlie'contract  for rioO feet of tunnel will be  completed early in June.  About .June bst work on the  Diipont, group will commence.  Contracts have been/let for the  annual assess7r-ent~work-on -six  claims.  ��� ,J. McBano has commenced  work on a property in the vicinity of Sand' creek.       .   ^  The big hydraulic mine's .on  Wild, Horse creek will be in  active operation by June 1st.  Bert Smith is working on a  placer bar near ; the canyonon  Wild Horse. .     '"  Tom Armstrong lias struck a  nickel ledge on his property  which is located near Brewery  creek.       ' '   '���  Winter development on the  Star group has demonstrated a  large vein of copper ore.  NORTH  STAR  SHIPPING.  Reports from Kimberley are  to the effect that, the North. Star  has commenced to ship ore.  Development work is progressing rapidly, the diamond drill is  working on the lower level.  Some 40 men are now employed  at the mine.  "���  have received theburgher  delegates in an amicable spiril.  Paris ��� Violenl earthquake  shocks, which occurred at-:]  o'clock on Tuesday, are reported  from Bordeaux. They, lasted If)  seconds."     ���  .London ��� Bert Uarte, the  American author, died suddenly  last night at the Red house,  Camberley, from "hemorrhage,  caused by an affection of the  throal.  The Hague ��� Advices from  Cast.le Loo, declare that Queen  Wilhelmina's condition again ox-  cites grave anxiety.  ARRIVAL OF THE   NORTH STAR  Will   Plv  are well .situated for  economical  working.  It.is very interesting,   as' well  ,   L    Mining- Records.  As the miningseason opens, a  certain amount of activity is  noticeable in the records at the  government office. The records  show that 41 miner's licenses  were issued. Five new locations  recorded, sixty-one certificates  of work recorded, and five applications for eertilioatcs" of improvements.  Recent Mining' Locations.  The Nora Fraction mineral  claim, recorded by J. McPhail.  It is situated on Sullivan mountain south of the Nero claim.  White Horse mineral claim recorded by P. Buhl. It te situated on the Lone Mountain- two  miles from Fort Steele.  Cold Bug mineral claim, recorded by R. B. Scott, situate on  Moyie river.  Moss Back mineral claim, recorded by Win. Slrra, si 11,ale on  Lewis creek.  Chelsea mineral claim, recorded by H. Eller, situate on, Mark  creek. ''->���,-���."���  South East Kootenay in  19011  Of the revenue, collected by  the Provincial Government during the. year ending .lime. 1st,  100b South East Kootenay paid  into tlie royal treasury .the sum  of $77\t'41-*l,7. The' figures "as  given would indicate that South  East Kootenay is on'o-.'ol' the  largest revenue paying districts  in the province.  from present indications, it is  expected that the revenue for  the year ending June 1st, ��� lOOi*,  will reach the sum of $|00,<h')0, a  large increase over that of 1001.  East Kootenay Stock.  Aski'd.      Bid.  Crow's Neat Coal     * *:tf.0.00  North Slur  21       '     21.  Sullivan.   . ; : Hi  Si. K.uytitle<\  ;">()  . Silver-lend Quotations  Now York. M.iy H:  .Rar Silver   Mexican dollars ���   Lead   Conner   London. May a.-^-Silvni'.   2-1(1':  ��."���:.��..,   (I: lead, XI1 12*,, (id.  111  fjl  -II  4.124  12.  copper  Market Conditions.  Trade continues to show  reasonable expansion.  A large acreage of oats was  sown in the Kootenay valley this  spring.  ,  A   bealthy   activity  continues  in mining quarters.  Crop conditions have improved  with   light 'rains,   bat   more   is  ~ u     '  needed.  Copper declined below 1" cents  but lead is without alteration  At Fernie. coal and coke conditions are much better, with improved car supply.  - Items of Interest.  Elgin. 111., May 10.���Arrangements have, been completed for  the annual crow hunt of tho  Elgin Ciin Club.  Indianopolis, ltul., May. 10.���  The capital city of. Indiana is.  preparing to entertain one of the  largest crowds ever assembled  hen; next, week" when therState  C!., A. K... encampment meets.  Harrisburg'. Pa,, "Viay 10.-=~The  past,twenty-four, hours has witnessed tlie arrival, of thousands  of (-.'eriiia.ii Baptists from every  slate-and territory in'the Union  for the 'annual .meeting of the denomination, which will -last fen  days.  Pretoria*��� The. peace situation  is   'developing.' encouragingly.  on    the   Kootenay ��� River  This Summer.  ���-The^steamet: Noi^L^tar,^.a.i>.  tain Armstrong, arrived at  Steele on Friday from the south.  It isrthe intention of Captain  Armstrong, should.sufficient encouragement be given.-, to establish' a regular steamboat  line between Fort Steele, "Wasa,  Wardner��and- Tobacco PIai ns.  Et is iwo years since a steamboat on the Kootenay river has  come as far north as Fort Steele  and upon the approach of the  North Star the,town turned out  to welco.me the boat, the people  shouted and the whistle of "the  steamboat tooted. A large number of citizens visiled the steamboat during her stay at Steele.  ��� The following persons were  guests of,Captain Armstrong on  the trip up from Wardner. V.  H. Baker and wife, Cranbrook;  Miss Crickem. Vancouver; Chas  Cock, Cranbrook' and C. M.  Edwards, Elko.'  -Arrangements ' were being  made on Friday to obtain a British, registration and place' the  North Star 'under the British  flag. As soon as this is done,  the steamer will make regular  .trips between the ports mentioned above.  .The Fort Steele Board of  Trade, and prominent business  men of the town met Captain  Armstrong on Friday, to complete arrangements, whereby  th�� people of Steele fully endorsed the proposit ion of keeping  the steamer North Star in commission during the navigation  season on the Kooicnay river.,  q.ru-injiruTJTriririnnrijriJirinJV^  | Late Telegraphic News |  i��-LnjfiHhIruT^ijijuui>^  sp.'ci-il hi 'mi: ri'i*��.i"i"'ji"nii  New York. May 10.���It  looks  very  like  a   light  between  Mr.  Bryan and Mr. Hill in the affairs  of  the  Democrats of New York  Slate.      Mr.  Bryan seems to  be  clinging tenaciously to his issues  of IH<Jti and 1000,   while Mr. Hill  is as firmly opposed lo   them   as'  ever.     If the latter should carry  New York this year on  his programme he would be a   powerful  factor in the next   Nalional Convention.    Hence Ihe importance  of  any" move   "Mr.   Bryan   may  make in New York politics.   Ed  ward   M.   Shepherd,    the   Tammany nominee  for  Mayor who  ran against Mr. Low last fall   is  WlFw^SsT^-Tr tr ip~67r "legal-i Tus i^  ness'" but in "Brooklyn it  is  suspected   that  he  is "ou   a ' secret  political   mission,   this being no  more or less than that  of sounding Mr. Bryan  and   getting  his  agreement,  to  a.   harmony   programme.  MOW   FlllON'OH   WARSHIP.  Paris, May, 0.���Tlio armored  cruiser Amiral Aube "was  huuiched-ati_.Sainl-Nay.aire today  with interesting ceremonies and  in the presence of a large .crowd  of spectators. The vessel is a  sister ship of the Conde, recently  launched at Lorient. She is the  last of 1ho��arinored cruisers .pro-  jhe  '' North  Star Mine.  The North Star,mine has commenced shipping ore.  Recent reports from , Kimberley are to the effect that ore has  been struck in the 00 foot level.  Tii is also said that recent operations with a diamond drill have  shown up an ore body to the  north and west of the present  works, a tunnel will be run to  tap the new ore body. Everything is looking very promising  at the mine.  Appointments.  Tlie license commissioners for  the Port Steele License District  have been appointed, and consists of���tiie following: .1. D.  McBride, Cranbrook: \Y. 11.  Whimster, Fernie; E. A. Elton,  Fort Steele.  II. W. Barnes has been appointed chief license inspector.   .  vided for, in the shipbuilding  programme of 'ltflMS. The Amiral  Aube will be ready for commission in June, !00'5. Her total  cost   is    estimated     at    nearly  *r>, 000,000.  * t  1-JKOTin.l-lTrOOI)  OF  ST. '.ANDRHW.  "Rochester, N. Y., May 10.���  Members oN.be Brotherhood* of  St. Andrew in the state of'"Now  York assembled hero today and  began their ninth annual convention. Before beginning their  business sessions' this morning  the delegates' attended divine  The   convention  con-  hang thick in every thoroughfare and drape every - public  square. Under the flags merrymakers hold a noisy holiday.  Croups of sweet-voiced youngsters stray hither and thither,  breathing soft melodies.  Occasionally tho young  king  and ihe queen regent drive  past  iu   an  open   carriage;   tlieir approach   heralded    by   mounted  officers.    Then follows  a scene  of    headstrong-   tumult,   , men,  women and children rushing pell  mell   for   the,   line    of   march*.  Several    of   the    extraordinary  'missions from  abroad   have  arrived in the city  and  tomorrow  they   will   be .received oflicially,  ttheir reception forming the,'first  link   in   the'long  chain of ceremonies and   festivities <which  is  to_.cu)minate__iii_th_e_ hall of the  According     to  reliable     infor  mation   which   has reached here  several of the nosi-rer comuiandos  Death of Sampson.  ,    Washington, Ma,y (').��� Admiral  Sampson  died   at  .V.o'clock this  afternoon.  Admiral Sampson today liaiba  violent hemorrhage. II is condition is critical.  At 2 o'clock this afternoon Admiral Sampson was unconscious  and breathing laboriously. His  physicians state that he is failing rapidly and that, the end may  come at any moment.  service.  tinues two days and particular  attention is to be paid to devising plans whereby the membership and interest in the work of  the ' 'brotherhood may be iii-'  creased. ,    ���    "  HONOR    MEMORY    .OF     SRNATOR  KYLE.  Washington, D. C, May 10.���  The memory of the late Senator  Kyle of South Dakota was honored in tne House of Representatives today by those who had  been closely associated with him  The tributes came from both  sides of the blouse, and ��� expressed personal regard a.s well  as admiration for the signal ability and many "estimable, qualities  ot Mr." Kyle. The eulogies all  breathed the same spirit, of admiration and respect, all political elements joining in the tributes. At the conclusion of Ihe  addresses the House adjourned  as a further mark" of respect  lo the memory of Ilie South  Dakota senator.  MA OKI I)   MAKKH   MKKRY.  .Madrid, May lb.���The fetes  preceding the coining of age of  King Alfonso whirl along with  bewildering impeluosify. They  have converted Madrid inlo a  city diffused with ' rainbows.  Pictures of Iheyyoung monarch  glenni from almost every, wall  and window of the capital. "The  patriotic ". subjects are making  bedlam of the streets, and  visitors agree that, never before  have they seen such extraordinary   wealth   and    briljiiancy   of  Chamber of   Deputies one week  from today..  LlOl."RI,Y TRAINS' ON  RKADING  ROAD.  '  Philadelphia,   Pa.,   May 10i���  The    Philadelphia   &.    Reading  Railway Company has  arranged  to inaugurate  tomorrow a  new ,  service of hourly trains between  this city and New, York.'    From  7 o'clock in the morning until  7   ,  in   the   evening   there  will   b��  trains   both  "ways   every hour.  The innovation-comes as a  surprise to competing railroads aud  it is likely that a similar schedule will, be   put   into  effect   by'  TiTein.     Lt is understood that the  step is only the beginning of  an  elaborate plan to better the   ser-,  vice throughout the whole Reading system. ���   '     , . (  �� The Gun Club.  Members  of  the  Fort Steele  Rod and Cim Club were out  for  practice at the  traps  on Satur--.  day'last.      The  matches ,j we re-  sweepstakes open to'all  comer*.--  Ivi   the, first  match  Win..Carlin  carried off the  honors.      En   the   '  second B. P. Cooke pulled down  fhe cash,'while Ft. Little and H.  L. Amnio tied for second money. 5  Ln   the  tinal   match B. P. Coolre  was first and ,1. T. Laidlaw   second.  Tho grounds ol" the club are in,  good  condition.     The  shooting" ,  was not up to average owing  to  a  high 'wind   which   gave   the  birds a strong flight.  Political Pointers.'  Tt cannot be - denied that a  political campaign affects trade,  disturbs business conditions and  turns the attention of many men  away from their usual enter-  prisesTand business.  A matter of vital- importance  one which electors must not lose  sight of. is the financial and  mineral prosperity of fhe district, and the influence of the result of an election upon the  future of this great mining district.  If an election takes place thi*  fall il will be in the nature of, a  snap judgement on the people  and a .-.nap for the politicians.  The.Decline of Silver.  The' remarkable;,   decline    in  silver during the past -.mouth   i��  accounted for by the  anxiety, of  the government- of China to turn  her silver 'into  gold   by  selling  silver reserves in order to   meet  her national indemnity-payments  which   are  coming  due.    'China  is a. large producer of silver and  as that .demand lias ceased for   a  time    fiie   market    has   felt   the  stringency.        The     decline   iu  price, however, is but temporary  a.s China must buy.more, heavily  decorations.    Great silken Hags,   than usual hereafter in order   to  with red and   yellow  streamers, j replete   her   treasurx!"   with the  and .pennants of silver and   gold  only 'metal which that  populous  'I''  choke the air, resolving the sunshine into partial  (night.     They  nation can use internally  as  an  exchange.medium. Til 10 PRUSPIOOTOI";    FOUT STEELE.   B.   (\,  MAY  10,   \U02.  b  0  It o  KSTAULISIIKI.     it-!'"'  A.  B. Grace,  l-TBLrSHER    AN!>- K-DITOR.  THE PROSPECTOR, i- published  every Saturday, sin J li.��- ���> fiiuuaiitccd  circulation largei than :iny other paper  In Uust Kootenay. It N all home Printed  and contains douMe ihe nc��< of any  other paper in the Ji-niet.  As  an  advcrti-i"K   niedi>-..n   it   i-- nil  excelled.  '���"-Devoted to the upbuiMini: ��r Foil Sieel��.   iluj  ievelopment of the \a>l  iinnuial  resourci*- ol  ���he East Kootenay ininint; ili-inoi  Subscription-  �� iftl uer yeai  ��� Advertising rate.-? matU* liiiown on application.  Contribution.-, are.-,oii<-|U'ii from nil pints of the  district, but all matter intended for puoiiciuwn  must have the xvnterS signature   TUIC DXPtQ Is lirp'on (ileal tin-ndvi'i--  I niO rnrCn iNiiii.-anTm-y nf Aluxaiiik-i  tCc Suite- V-. First V.uional n.ink ,lluiMiiiK.  Spokane. Wash., wln-n eonliaels ran be made  for it.  lHis raper uakk's Adven^nw  -Vtreney 64 and At Merchants Kxchantre. San  Francisco. California, where toiuracts Cor' advertising can life made for iu ^^  Thie Pa nor* Is k.-pi oiulle at the A. Mc-  InlS raper Kim & CV Nr*w-.pjpoi Ad-  vetlsini-' Aireni-y. .Mmurrtil. xxhi-ie i-.uitr.iets  for advertising can he iniiile foi it  TKic Ur> -����,- Is un sale in J XV.  llllS 1 a ^Cl Uralum ^ (Ms hook  store, Spokane*. Wash.  ��%e Jlrotfpecttfr-  SATUKDAV,  MAV  in.   mi'2.  1  '���No  Enemies  to Punish-  Special Friends to Serve. "  11  I  2<*k  ���Xol  the   be.-si   i  soul   These rid hli:-.  Tho man with tin--.welled head  does not -siitfei; a> mueli a-s iho.��.e  who are compel led 1<> as.-seeiale  with him.  *���'-*,*  Labor   eannoi    dive     "without  capital   to  keep   it   at work and  save it from starvation and death  ->������",,  Old age slips upon  a   man   he-  fore    he   knows    il.    and    on   a,  woman he fore sh"  '*''>   '"ay   one  else knew it.  You should nevei    ti>i*<i>'i    iha: ;  you are not beyond ci'iliri>tii.  Some    men    :iet    like    hoa-s  others are hoys without aciini:.,  rf      '    ��� ���  In    polities   audaeioii-,    cheek  and push are olteu iin-iakeii   lor  . i  ability.      i "  The   Norlh   Sine   mine   i-  ihe  I oldest   iiiiaimr   proiu-nv   m   the'  i ��� ' -     .,  '.Fort Steele di*-tu<',l. i\   wa> "also  i        i '      ' '  i the   laraest   divideiul    pa\er in'  British. Columbia in lOo1..    '  Headauariers   for   lYTining   and   Commercial   lYIen  t:  All    Modern     Conveniences  FORT    STEELE,    B.    C.  .Farm  land--, in   ihe  Kootenay  :/i <>������*-�� f\.���  A  ' S the present season opeiis.r, price is beiu�� advanced'.  _X   XTcUTg c*  jo cuixrp JLC7-  1W1  ���C*^   v>��*c/J.XJ.J.XJ.C/X v>xcirxr  ���*V�� '*^�� swts** r��-  j.'fju'OJur  prosprctors     and   home-;  seekers from all parts of Canada-, �� "Amber", Pluir  Smokitiir   To-  and the United States  are  com-' bacco i--. winning on its i:k rh-..  ing     to     South     Last     Kootc-,     "Havi- you tried vfr"  nay.      While   many1 old   .time.     "Save the Tans, 'they are valu-  , prospectors   are   searchiujr    for  able." ,    ,  ���hidden ,���  treasures.  r  more      as. ' ���  - the .season advance.-- .will  'follow iii "their footsteps:  the. investor? withocapital. are  close upon their trail, and before  the season closes, new finds, by  their richness and variety, will  show ' conclusively., that as a  mining, district,. South Kast  Kootenay will surpass in richness of mineral, many older and  o more fully developed districts.  ��� The.homo-seeker should  bear  .   in mind that lands in the Koote-  . nay   valley-.can   be obtained as  cheaply   as  land   in any portion  of  the   srreat*   northwest.  Tho  besl of land with the  finest ' soi  ' is   on   the"' market for five to ten;  ,     dollars    per   acre.'    /The   price,  varies willf  location,   local   production      never     exceeds     consumption.     The   mines   of   the  district furnish   a   home   markel  for  all   kinds' of  farm produce.  'I*.very  acre  of  cleared   land    i.s  sure lo yield a crop   I lie  year   it  is   planted.     There   is   no  crop  failure in   Ihe   Kootenay   valley,  no transportation charges to eat  up profits.     May, the settler can  sell   from   *l."i   to   ^i'h'  per   ton.-  Garden produce in   demand   and  get  the  highest    prices.       The  climate is perfect, and one of the  principal     advantages     of     tlie  valley is the unlimited range for  grazing.  The prospective .-eliler  can  Iind   land   to   suit most any  kind   of   farming   iu .South Last  Kootenay. -  ���s-    t     <  Rumors are now circulating to  the effect that the Crow's Nest  Southern railway lines will be  extended north from Bain's lake  to the St. Mary'.-, river district,  also the "Windermere. There is  no doubt but that Ilm Crow'.-  Nest Southern look> upon the,  enterprise, a*-, a valuable feeder!  to its system, and it i.-s believed j  by many that it will ultimately |  ' build north. The above in eon- \  nection wilh rumors of a large  smelting plant at Elko -eom.- to  have -some foundation.  RAILWAY,1  h  World's   Stenic    Line  Direct Line     Lowest Rates  '  KAST '     . WKST  Wniiiipe*.:  Yaift-om'i'i' ���  ToWnto.  Vicrorin  OUilxvil  Scat'k"       '    ,  Mtniiival t  lJocll:illil   ���  X<_*x\ York   /"  Sun I'Yiiin'isco  \  IA  Soo    1,1X1".  St  i'iiul.   I'liic.i"!)  un!  ���ill L". S. points  [SHORT LINE  R FT WE E. N  5T PAUL-CHICAGO  0MAHA'"CHICAGO  Kjns-isfilv.��fHlf.AfiO  ///ti'"' 'si?,/    -Vll  on  a.  'I'oni' iilli'iiiion i> i.-iillofl io tho  "I'ioiiuer Limited" l.riiiiis of lIio "..Mil-  wiiukuo A St, I'anI llailxxay." ������'Phi.' only  pcrfivt t rains in the world."  You will Iind il do.siralile lo i-idu on  iliose trains when noiim to any poinl in  the KsHjU'I'I!, Situe- <ir Canaila. They  (���omiei't. xx-iih 'all 'I'raiir-eoiiiinonlal  Trains an-] all 1'ii-kot A��ents -ell  tirki*ts.  for furlher information. pamjiliU*!*-.  ek" any Ticket  Ageiit or  ,.   FOKD. C. .1.   FOOY        ���    '  Past.  Airciit. l iencral A��enl,(  SPOKAXK. 1 'OirrLAN D  ,     ASSAYING  <\ I-*. N'ri'iiOLsoN.  I'KTMKMOKOI'*:!!.   P>. ( '. -  (I*U",<Mls.f(l Ijv  I*n��\l!Kl.ll (.Jownilllrlll.i  11  Ciold and sih-,;i-  .... .W.UD.  Silver ami lead       .       . 2Mii  (iolii. sjlx-,.|  ,uul ('upper. :l.u(i  (rolrl. silxi-r. lend aml coppci*.     1.0(1  Tourist Sleeper Service  East-���Leave I)tin more .1 unction, daily. Leave iCootenay  Landing! Tuesday and Friday:  St. I'anl. Toronlo. Montreal  and Boston.-  \Yi*:st:    Leave Uovelstoko. dnilyj  v   V'aiH-oilvor,; Seattle. Coast. j  Steamship Service"  fiom     \'.iiii-onyi'i-    Alaska,     ('hina.  Jii|ian aniLAi-siralia.        ��  Tlirenuli linokiiisir. lo l-'nropt"  \-iil   nil'  Atla'niie lines. ^  Prepaid   tickeis   Irom    all  points at lowest rates.  KIMBERLEY.  ' , ' 'o *  The    Coming   Town   of   East  ,- Kootenay.     am      ^  Near tne��� famous North star  and Sullivan Mines  A Limited Number off Lots for Sale  at Prices Ranging from  To   $400  J. S. CARTER.  Dis. Pass. Agt.  Nelson.  E. J. COYLE,  'A. a. P. A.  Vancouver  NOW   is   THE  TIME TO BUV as prices will be advanced the first  of Uie j'ear. ' ��' /        _���,. -"        .    ' r _f,  -    ' ^PPl3r  to    '.. ��� '  /  "  Land Commissioner,, C. P. R.  "Winnipeg, Man., or to  BEALE ��S ELWELL  Fort Steele and Kimberley,  .'���' T'ierti. 's coii.si(l(.'ral'>le '.Sfifculu  lion as- to whurn will repnj.sfiTft  tbe   Pftrjiioyand  Crnnbrook   i;,id-  ��� \nga   ol*   South   East   Kootenay.  . Up to thi: present- hour but one  candichi.te ha.s coino out and fully  declarfsd^his intention, thoiiirh  several others, an; said to .have n  political bee buzzing, iu close  ])roxiinity    to    would-.be   orticia)  sybonni'ts.  y **���*'���,  Lot -tlio people of .1 he district  the-electors of the ridin��r's' sidccf  their own represeiilativcs. , W'r  feel ass.ured. that the ,nood sense  of the people will decide, when  tho  contest,  i.s   in   sight, who i.s  S-uiip'.-s   ]..fi   wilh   ' 'arlin A'   IMirick  will i'i-c��'i\.. (iroinpi aiton; ion.  J.   HICHWARDEN.  PI0NEKR   HARBKR SHOP  Kvery thing Strict Iy l<'irst. (Jlass.  '<���Ni"i'l door to lli,- Pfoxpecitrr.  50   YEARS*  EXPERIENCE  Don't Guess  At It  But ii' you arc going cast write us for our rates  and  let  us   tell   you   about  the  service and accommodations offered  by the _ .   ' ,  ILLINOIS    CENTRAL    RAILROAD  Through tourist cars via the Illinois  Central from Pacific Coast to Chicago and  Cincinnati.  Don't J'tiil to wile us about.'your trip as we  are in a position to give you some valuable informal ion , and assistance. 7\3\0 iniles of track  over which is operated some of the finest train.-;  in the world.  For particulars regarding froighl or passenger   rates   call  on or add re.*-.--:  " ti. II. Tltl'Ml'ULL  .1.  C    UXDSKY  Tradc Marks  .    '.Designs  Copyrights &c  Anrnnn ���.fllillilK n ���.kH'-li mill il'**..'rt!��l.l.ni inny  qulokly ��-..-r*rtnhi i.nr opinion fn*.* w li.-l In-r in:  InriillM'.il Is prolmMj- |>,-ili*iilnl.l<!. ( ..iiiniliiilrn.  l Linn *.( rk:My c'nntld.iiit lul. 1 In ml hook on I 'nt .-in h  .���.��nl fri'o. Ol.lo!.l..iii*oii.*y for >i.|.|inii^- |,ni i'iii.i.  P.it.oiitn -Tukcti tliroiiuli Miiiiii ,V f'o. ror-i'lvc  .Itrrinl il'itIcr. wIMioni clinre(\ ill llu  T. F. *v I'. A.  I I-J Third Street. I'or  ���Coni'l   Agt.  md  Oi  I n. hanson;!  ���^ General Merchant AND .2  ���- Liquor Dealer. '   '       '3  ���!��� ��V* ��u*- ���'.������' ��v*- ���*** "���!*��� ���;*���*- *��*������' ���-'^- ���*���  &      '  if'*  ���*-  #'  i*'  ���tv  ������-.  *  ������T  +���. ��%m' ���A*  ���#��  ��4��. *4* ���':( ��4��. -k'r  '4'*- .��4" ��������!*- ���-!���* ��������������� ���������- *�����  ��������   ������������ ��������� -i4��-  ������-��� -ii- ���:������ ��-*����� �����%����� ^V x ���?�� *���*���% ������:��� ^1�� ���*!* ���I* ���I* ���*J* ���:��� ���*!������ .*:��� ���!* ���!������  *fcI^"*j^' ... ���J*' ���A ^��^'*��0  "���"��7  Boundary. Line  ���_ ^ Tobacco   Riains,  .'.- Hotei'y-^, ���������#;:������'';:':: ;V. ;.b,c,,.v^  JULES HpREL.  Proprietor.  (.(Mil.)      A< ���''< '< i'.\l.\l< HiA'I'lOX '   li'i.ii;:  Tl.;.\ V'l'MJJXi;      MKN  A First Glass Home ...  Slage line leaves Kootenay  Kriday'iit ��K a- in.' . Leaves Klk  ;J^ dav at.."' a.in. |.  ���',���.���-  m.  '*  .#���  i��i  ���*���������  *��!���  >�����  an  ^     Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber,   '   A large assort-    2  r         ,    ment of seasoned Lumber and Shingles always ^  Jr                                                  on hand. tS.  g             DIM ENS [ON      LUMBER      A      SPECIALTY. 3  I      WflSfl-     BG. I  Port    Steele  Brewing    Co.  .;������������;���,.���:'/;;.������ FORT: STEELE, ��� B, :C.     ���*���,.:���     *,..;. -  M'ANUI<,A:UT(Jl'i|.;kS "'and    . BREWERS'   OP    EXTRA PINE  SOLD i[m'- THE  PORTER  lotel  ylole  or iOIko on Aloud ay and ����_'  im Tu(>sdav and Satin  Scictttific Jfmericatt.  A hnndsomolj' llliiptrntod wf'fklv. \.nrcw\ fir  -nutation of jitiy BtjieiiiiHr: .ioiirmil. T*f.rnif\ $.'( j  year; four raonthn, *I.,.fcolrt byall ncw-4,do��!o'r��.        m_^ ^^  A9UNN �� Co.3^1Broadway New York  %^^^^^i^^^^^i^^^^^^Mi^^^^^iK 4^*^  Branuh Office. iK. I.-St.. WnsbinKiun. I). V. I ?��?*l?*��- :*r ��.lf ������:��? /��!��� '���*!' ���*���- 'F-l'-M^* '--tf -tf ���.���.��� .:�����> -il? �����.- -��r 7��- -.����� i��T its-'?��?"��?  �����.���.�����  BARREL,    KEG    OR;   BOTTLED  : Holtlcd beer for family use a specialty  OUTSIDE OKIH'jnS Gl VEN STRICT $ PROMPT ATTENTION  SATISFACI'ION GUARANTEED1  utz  P. O. B^X 812  TELEPHONE  NO. 1  Scott, Prop's, F  THE PROSPECTOR.  PORT STEELR,  ti. C, MAY 10,  1902.  <k  ?&he ^xozpertdK  SATURDAY, "WAY  10.   1902.  STEEL WORKS AT KITCHENER  Plans for the Plant Are Now Being-  Prepared in the East. r~  W. Blakcmorc, tlio. well known  mining engineer, arrived here  last evening from Montreal,  after an absence of several  months, a nd. is registered at the  Phiiir. Mr. Blakemore is the  manager for the syndicate which  last year'acquired a number of  mining claims'in "the   vicinity  ol"  __K.itcliene'r and spent a considerable .suiimii their development.  Mr. Blakemore, was- seen last  evening shortly after his arrival  and asked if he had returned for  1he purpose of resuming operations on the. iron ,properties  near Kitchener; and he replied:  "Wo find on considering the  outlook that wo .have done all,  that is necessary to establish the  value of the iron properties at  Kitchener, and there is nothing  'more to be done until the time is  'ripe for the establishment of  steel works and fhe development  . of the mines. The state of ..the  "Amber" Plug Smoking To  bacco is winning on its merits.  "Have you tried it?"  "Save the Tags, they are valuable."  Notice to Delinquent Co-owners.,  To .losi'pli MuCaiiu. .1 VV. McCain) and \V  A. Harris, or to imy pel sun or p'-rsim.s to wlium  they or anv of ititsisi may liuve ininsfi'iTCi. tln-ir  or lli- interest m tin- "IliK Ucml liny", " Honey  CVmil/'. "Wuctrii of She-tin" and "ICiiitf Solo'inon"  mineral claim-,, known as the "Golden Hve  Group" and situate at the Korlts of Wild Horse  creek, in tlie Fori Steele Minim; Division of  Kast Kootenay and recorded in the oAlt-e of the  Mining- Recorder ul Korl Steele.  You and each of you are Iiereliy notiUcd  thai 1 have expended fci.WIO in asseusmeul work  on the above mentioned mineral rl;!n-i-> since  the 8th day of au'kum,. A. D.. IHKI. under the  provisions of ihe Mineral" Act. And if within  ninety days from the date of this notice you  fail, or refuse to contribute your portion or  such expenditure together with all costs of  advertising, you rand each of your interests In  said claims will heeonic the property of the  undersigned under Section A ot an Act entitled  ���'An Act to Amend the Mineral Act, IStfl".'  Daled al Fort Slcele this irth day of  March, IWi-'.   a  '     ,,  is- c: m! pakkkh.  2  00  i  FORT  STEELE  tt o  market and the general condition  of affairs in the province would  , not justify the large expenditure  which this would involve at   the  moment,'but, the com puny is prepared  to' go   ahead on the lines  outlined as soon as such acourse  is justifiable. .   Meanwhile plans  arc    being    prepared,. and . the  necessary,    preparations  - being  made for the erection of  a   steel  plant and   the  actual work will  be inaugurated af no distant date  This  seasonV no " work   will   be  done on the"property except the  necessary  assessment   work   on  properties'^ oondod.    -The   company has crown grunted   all   the  claims/which if has purchased."  It is understood lhat the  company is fully   satisfied   with  the  merits",of  tho, property  and intend   to   erect  a sleel plant.'buc  the    only    question    is   as   to  whether \ the   "conditions    are  favorable'For'launching so large  and   so  cosily  an   enterprise at  .the'   present" .moment.      During  'Mr. B'lakemove's absence" iir fhe  oast the ore was submitted to the  most trying tests,by the, best experts    in    analysis    and   those  .proved that his opinion as to the  value of the properly is correct.  Mr. Lilakemoiv oatno. west   for  the   purpose   ot*  examining   the  properties  of   the   Similakineen  'Valley Coal Co., limited,  on   behalf, of thai corporation and also  to look oven some coal   lands   in  ,tho  Crow's   Nest   coal   basin on  behalf of, eastern  clients.      He  will remain in   the  province  for  two months, and   will   leave   for  Montreal about.Inly 1st.���"Nelson  Daily News.  First-Class  ^  FARM    FENCING  OMLY  aQS5nt8 per ROD  The Mining Center of Soutli East Kootenay  CDc  >       KOK SAI.K BY  THfc, ONT. WIRE  FENCING CO., LTD.  ��� Picton, Ont.  RflNGH  For Sale, Rent  or Exchange  Consjisth of 2W :iorcs of lxiltom hind  meadows, two spring creek. Tlie ranch  is fenced, dwelling house. &t-.tble, cuttle  .-.hed**.. root house etc. Title perfect.  If you want a cheap ranch or the use of  one for improvements. , Further in-  formiition I-\ A. Balk. Fort Steele.  MINKKAI, ACT' I8W  ll'OHM   i\)  I'tiK'I'IFIOATK OF   l.Vl'HOVKMK.NT*.  NOTICE.  Mi not-ill  Legislature Defines a Mine.  �� 0  .''Mine-' means���A mine to  which the 'Inspection of Metalliferous   Mines   Act,   IH97," and  " amending Acts apply, except as  hereinafter slated, that is to say:  This  Act  shall   not  .apply   to a  . prospect that is being developed  or to a mine that has not a regular output of metalliferous product, unless more than twenty-  five men are employed in the development of such prospect or  mine:  A mine to which the 'Coal  Mines Regulation Act. ISO"," and  amending Acts apply.'*  Oindiirmnn      and       Kediv-.*  ' ��� -.*    Claims.  ���>   Sltiuuc in iliei l-'ort Steele Mi-iiiic  Division  of Soutli Kusl Kootemiy District.  ,  Where loomed: About one nnd on<; liulf mile*  X. XV. from the Pack Undue oil Bull River.  Take notice that I,, David' K. Newell. I'm*.  Miner's OrllUcute No. "U4:ia;i". AkuiU for  David Griffith. Free Miner's Cerlilleate No.  ���'H lUO-MT', intend, sixty days fro.n Ihe date  hereof, to apply to the Miiiiiiu Recorder for a  Certiileute of Improvements, for the purpose of.  obtaining u Crown Ota nt of the above clniins.  And further lake notice thin action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificaie ofvImprovements..  Dated this Nth day of April. A.D.. ltXrj".  I��- DAVID K. NKVVKU..  MfekOoek'i Cotton Boot Compound  ^B<9   Is Bucoeeafully nied monthly by orer  ^pr^lO.OOO^dles. Sa(e%effMtnsK LftdftgjMk  The Largost  Mineral Areas,  and the Most  Bztensive  Coal Fields on the  American Continent  are Situated in  South East, Kootenay  Agriculture  Grazing and the  i    * '  Lumber Industry  8  are Prominent  Features of the  District.  The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway will pass  r (      i a,  1 J i r  through Fort Steele and Tap the Greatest Mineral Belt of the  1 * ' i        '        ' i  District.  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  #.  Apply to  '10,  "your drurglit   Take no other,  mltetions ��re dangerons. Prioe, No. 1, tl per  -bur drurglit for C**k<�� Cottoi tot Goa  Iber, m all Mixtures, pills i    pei  box : Ko. m, 10 degrees stronger,$3 per box. No.  aanifAke no other, as all Mixtures, pills and  Imi    .- -     1 or 1, maUad en receipt of price and two (-cent  ���tamps. ' Tka Co*k Coupnr Windioc, Ont.  VHos. 1 and t sold and recommended by all  responsible DrugglaS* in Canada.     ���   -  Nos. 1 and 2 sold   in   Kort  Steele  by  A. W. Bleiwdell. Dru��-_;i**a.  Prospect for Coal and Petroleum.  "'���'Seel ion \2 of Iho "Coal Mines  Act' is hereby repealed, and tho  following is siilistitulocl thcro-  t'or:���     v    ��� . ���   ,  "Naitwithstandin^ any thing" in  any Acl. conta,inod, it shall be  lawful.to grant licences to prospect; i'or coal and 'petroleum over  reserved lands, but licences shall  be.subjuc,t to sucir restrictions,  conditions ancl regulations as  may be imposed by the Lieuten-  ant^Governor in Council." ,  ANDREW    NEIDIG  GONTRftGTOR     and    BUILDER  c   ���  HOUSK AND SIUN PAINTING  CALCIM1N1NG and l*Al"KK HANGING  PORT STERLB, B. C.  J^"   All   work  promptly done.  R. L. T. Galbraith,  Townsite office  4iin%ti��HMumu��unuuumTi  J. TAENHAUSER  IVATCHMAKKII   lllll]   .1 MWMI.KK  KneinviiiK  Uivtii'side Avenue.  Fori  Sici'lf..  H. <'.  tiimimumntMuuMtutMtuiimt'  The   mine  trict arc spc  o\vners of thisdis-  mdin  g vast 'sinus  in  developing and .eqinp])ing  their  m  ines with machinery.  MEN  PERMANENTLY CURED while  you work and wil.liiiul, piiin. ul (ionoi*  rliouu. Syphilis. ScMtul Wi'iik-iie.-,*- nnd  all I'i'ivatu Disense-. Varicixvlc and  [fyd)-()(;ele,eui*ed ��j>ei'(lily and forever.  No knife and no j-ai'ii. . Oui* |iainlesM  solvent ircatment. dipi.solvcs .stricLure  wliile you .sleep with wonderful rapidity  No e.uttinjr. <;lii*nnie djs-wusejj (if the  Heart. .SUmiaeh. I>iver, Kidneys and  [.ladder eured to' stay c'iii'ed.' Quick  cui'c for Catarrh and Rheumatism., If  unable' to <;all. write. Home, treatment  always suceensful. Ooimuhation free  and (.confidential. '  Address letters to Box' f.44-,  ENGLISH MEDICAL INSTITUTE  The-Savoy',. Cor;'  Howard, and  Main Ave. opp. Grand Hotel.  Spokane, Wash.  m Mary s ville*,  B. C.  BALE & SMALL, gj  Proprietors  The Pioneer Hotel.      Comfortable Bedrooms.  First Class Dining Room.  Best Domestic and Imported Liquors and Cigars.  ****>Mi*********��*-1t-��#**��*-**��***��  *  :  ;  *  *  *  *  *  *  i  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  The Steele House  Fort Steele-, B. G��  Centrally Situated on Riverside Avenue.  i o * ' <���  Conducted on Up-To-Date Methods.  The Best Bar In Town.  D. XVEcIUeish  proprietor:  ������**************����********-*#^  THE  n  00  :  HOTEL  H   REINEMAN, Proprietor.       Fort Steele, B. C.  Largest   and Most Up^to-date Hotel in   East   Kootenay THE PROSPECTOR,.  FORT STEELE,  ti. F,   MAY  10,i.\902.  North Star Lodge  no; 30.  '.'if A.  F. -AND 'A.'M.,,   Gi, R. B.'Cf.y'f  'if.,:, i. .; ,;'fokt STi-*p;r;i;:,,n: c..",y   '-..���    ���..-���'  '" 'Regu'li(rV.meciini:s*~i-'iV Tiiesiln.V   itj,,each  ���Trionth"at-eisht o'clock'.: vUitiiiR.-;i��i'Otlief'n arr  t-oraially hiyitcd...      .-./'; ,.     .".���'        '������.,..   ,:  Elk Kiverf Locltre, ��� I*;i*riiii*. -'reKiilrfryiiH-eiiufrs  Ueliittrst I-;H!lny;biyo;idv inotith.   .' ���",.-'     "'.ff  y Cranbrooii.I.odge, Cranbruol-.. regular mcet-  : I'n.s held ciii'ilit* tliircl TJiiirsdii.v'of c-sieh month.  '. ���.-���,���....'-������"'I-T.-r.. Mvi-UEK. Secretary-:  (��Jte jTrxt 0^j>jct0r i.  , SATURDAY., WAV   1,0,  \W2..  ;;.>.uR'pck-y:...'Mountain; Chapter.; ������  ': fiiiif. if) NO, "vio.i R. A. Ff if f '��� i  'iff-' yyy.FORT  STKEr,E.yi^;C,y .;:;;'  fi."' Regular meeting*-���2nd: Tuesday in  each morith;at.eigl)i' o'clock. :;���':������    'ff;  fi Sojdurniujj.C'onipanious artvco'nlisilly  : irivitech,,' ";: '���'[".ff; 'ff.: '"������';��� ���������'":-'.... ���������".���. ���������..;,;��� ���;"���  Fi'fi '..JRi'.L'. T.GALiiRA,rrH"Sci'i;be 12,  Prbiessibrtal.  ��� '..Gep.S. McCarter.;.yy   'ffftyf J:,A;,I^rye^  i.y Barristers, 'Solicitors',"rf;f -f%-f,'���"���' f  '"������' ��� ffffffNijtanesfPiiljhcfi ,,,hyfffy  .').f.:f.'.:ify.fff"f '���'��� fQorireyiiincers'etc.���������.',..-ff. .  '.y;;. y;;,;!,; :yFOKT:ysTtEEL^  *,''.yREVELSTOKBSTAT  ytCOLLECTIONS yy.'^ROMfeTLyy ;.;MADE,'  .a. if. '.: ��� (.  W^RiROSS:  ^Solicitor  NOTARY   PUBLIC  ^conveyancer.- y  iFFpiFFicfWiF-  '.!.:%���:.--'-���:��� o,  If fff ffff  Ffff  -' FOrt't Steele . p?: vnr.op.v ENrr:Sf ndioAtb Ltd  -.'..'��� 138 Le'adenball Street; LondSnyEngland.y f  iiU. ;AV;WALLINGERr:7 .���'. ^ORT/STEELE.';  *iT;H;o.MyA;:s; f.M. c yiifiifFmF  FiffFiFcFfSti^  ilpl&SSiCKt&y^  WiPBuiBDBWMMi  .   .   ..- ���������   .-,..-...   ,-p.    _   -^       ;   ., ..     ���::���'���'   f     ���;      '_- ,-' - ���-'���'*-'   '-"j *   '   ������-������   ���    -"' 'f'^V   UkfsM^fW^fF"F'  ��� SiavingV^;-Hair7 DressingsParloi  :���/y.,: yyy FORT    STEElLEf B. C..''') '���'- ;".  ���All kinds of hair Avbrk fff? f.ff  f. 'yyff\;     .-.' ".yyy ff a specialty.  A. J   GREZ,  Proprietor  fF'luFCGIrilSf      f  ^AltO^V^^-^.fS-, "y  *   y  ANDylMPORTER OP:    : . a  i:INE W  "'.     .Rockyy Mountain yA venue1 ,  ���;*; V' - fort Steele, B:c.y    y.  "Fort Steelef .   .'.'.*;���  ..;"..,  ���     Diamond Jubilee;  .-     MATHO/i. ��� "���-...'��� ' '' ���  Graduate of'St. Liike.s Hospital.  .  ;  Vancouver. H. C.       ���     ',  ,  . This Institution lias been recently  .enlarged by a ne\v wing* which is now,  open ��� for reception of patients. v For  .terms apply to.     ' .-  MrSS' FOLSOM,.'  or    ���).: F. Smith;. Sec.  !;,!     Matron. Fori* Steele.'B.<'.  T, 6. flrmstrono  .    Fort Stkkll, B. ,C.    ������'���  MANUFACTURER;0F; .  Tin ware, Gal van i zed; ,'J ro ii, '.\S-li eel!  Iron,   Stovepipes  a'nd ;  Goppcrwaro ,  BUILDINGS HEATED.-111,1 VENTILATED  Plumbing,  Pipe   lilting  and   all  kinds of sanitary work  flir Tiglit���Hot Blast Stoves  Hydraulic   and   Air   Pipes', for  Mines !  SPECIAL  ATTENTION   PAID   TO  JOB WORK.  TmnnrTTnnff-nrfTm'nfYTTw^  |;iL.;qgal;;;news,7|  5uu<uiiuuuiiiui.iiiiaiiiiuuiiiinuaai4*:*  ,A.yS. McKeiiriy.'. I'eprpsentuvg  the' Gutta ��� Pei-elta;i'Rubber;700..  Toronto,   was-in   io\vii .oi'p.VJon-  '-.'. '.  ��� '. .   ',:   i.     .     ���-'"-     '.   ':.    ', :      '���     7;   yy 7/:y   '  -���      ��� -'^        ���  dav, ,'���"��� ���:, ������ '���...,-������-..,.��� y .;      - ��� yy:'.  _��aBK=SHr7��T3i,3BS5*��  ���ff'f "''���.." -��� NOTICE. ���'.";''...  TaKi('i.iiiii.ii'i:.j.liiU.tlili-tyirlayKii1jl(;i-|iliil!,,-A., in--  tcn'i'l������in' ii).-il;i.i..;i|ijy'l'u-:i',iy,t! lo, i.li.. ruii"'! i.'oii,i."  iliis^iulii'i- nl l.:i:jii:>. li'inl: \y..|-:^s t-ir.'y .*-:]K-7J;l :'  .lk*<*iiS("to ir nt ;i:iil f-:irt-...-;.-ivviiy 11 in Ik r. i'.i.-i jiii' iin*  follii'.viii/ i|..'*si-i;iln*(l viii-ant .(''i-i.u.ii: Lriiul-.-,,:...  f .  ','��� t.'lJllJlli(;)llV!H^. 11,1    il' past   :;J)!llll!.l il . liV.yyll.    om.  mil*- \yf\. fi-.-.m I he wi*.-,!, l.:i.iil...n ,i it--. K.'.i.i'V'-.yv'  ri\'.'r:,.'ii,!i.i :i inhii. .y.j.):.nsi !.i. \ri>: ;i:',.ij.]: ..;' !".lk:  i-rvi',!-. 'iii.iii/.'.iJislriijl.-wf'JOu'ht. KooLiii'iii''; . ilii-'iif':,  g'oiith 'eiirlity,'. ���rlii'tins;^.,'ili'mii*,o-''VV'(:.-.l/'l 'i!i;:!tly  'ciiiiinw;' iiiyr.c.y;Nc-ii':li^i.'i;;!Hy.'(:*hiiiiis;--tlieiu:^'  iCur-a-.eif-riii.v i-hajri.-.. i.o'-t)ie iiiuci-of l'i'-:;tiinidify  eoii'u'iiiiliip fix lii'inrtred iinil li.V't.v :ien'.'lnon''ur  lesri'.-.y'-'' ���'���-��� .'''������'��� "';.ifi"f     ���' :���,..:.";-"���;.' ���-���,,'  ���:  I>ii''e(.i.-ilii+i :ii-(i I'ii'iy wf.,:v\'iii-il;',.*v'.:,-i;:i.'. ���i.liO'J.."   ���;;'���  i.v~ wy-y'   ,7 ������'' .77 -; ���"' vi.- ;\.M<.Ki.:i;i'ii.-\i:.  ff f"    '.' V ''':.-y--NC)TICK."- ���"':!.,';'', '.'���':''������'."  Wn. ?*^'^|Ma*s.-phoD^toaine,-'  /\\>.-/ y^--*^.-p^>.   I1''.'-    lli.:ui^."*-    'J.r-^w vi-.uu.     ijt^.  \y&$^tt^*po.chri<i(siiuaraiitecd lo cure all  forms of (Sexual "VIViikness,- ��H. olTcots of aliuso  orvxci-SB, Mental, Worry, F.xopssivo use of To-,  ] D.icco, Opium or Stiiiiiilants. Mulled on receipt,  of pi-Ice, one package H. six, .f-5.. pn&V'illplca.ie,  stxioill cure... Pianphlets free to nny ��< 1 dress.  .,..- : XJio Wood Company, U'iudsor, Out.  '���' Sci.h'i-.-.V'.v- f W. ,ljl*-;(s,(iell, Dniti'^-ist.y  ���.'..-���Wi'uV   Baillie; .an  old  t-iurer .in'' /'���;  this district,-:"rel.ft'n'i<uV' io,,:Kipekvi    :;(rri(''i.;y.jS.yHi.::-Ki';ii.Y..:.i.;.|-v.iiV;-::,t'iiii.'t';ki-i-:tjv  "     '   ' ,t f.'f.yf tf. '    ������;     I d:ivs ,iiltt-i-  d:it.i-   1   (-:li:j 1J-J,:ippiy^v;'   1.ti'-   i.'liief  ���,;'.'     'yjs:--..,      ���',������' ������ , 'liumiinvlonc)* of 'l.iLiiiisyntnj \ViJi-ks,''\*ieioii;i.  on.:'^fbii'day.:.-;  "'A-ri i'I  yviiiin.M/.  M.NiVji;:.!- Sniokhu  ,l)i.u.:.i.'i) is vwiiniing (���ltjlsyiiierns,.;  ���yy-J'titvyi* you. iried'.'il.'-i",:-'-. -���������   -.;"���' y-  ^���'.y-.'ria'veyi.'liV'' Ta^>;'.',tjiey ii'ri'..viili:i'':  'Fk'f':F::i'''''':'f'f':F:*-i: i   ��� i '"i i  '������"'.��� ,������ '   ���'���' '���' j t.'.i-   ihi' . p'liiVlii'mi"*- i-jFih.-' inlhiwiiu;. I'loscnl"..!  ;, -, R.-O!..Jennings reiuniedy troiii |"V.:���,.U:,,'1..,,l;;i'';';1i;,i>. ^u��s<f\nf>ixv i>i--i������i./t'_-'--..f.  the'Nortly Star'mitie'oii Monday. :|,:!iii*ii. k. 7.1. >-n:iyi---eoiutrii.. nriiiir^tu '\<6%i ui.vi i;.;.i  f[yf:   if"   - '-''���' .'       ������ ���'������"-'-:,' .   '���', -���������. '���' '���     '  !   -.1 ��� l(r..u nJ'SJ.'" \v'���- ( ���-.ii'mci-i! "iisl" -.ai.l V't'-it   bi'liii* j  if.i.fi i"t ��� . t.  ii....,,.: "'v'.-.'.'A ti ..,..,,>,��� l-pj iii iii ui''it i'hVu 1; -.'nn: iWc. !-..-iow:,/.i>A-oiiy.,-. .ui-i's.H-S  -.   GovernnienLj-\ue 1.--\.rin.^li..on-g  '.y      -. ,  .   .���-.        --,���.���,,, ��������� :-;.. ,.    f  :      VJ.V1 ULiJUV"1-.'!,-.  .... .,.,.,:. .-   v.-     ,.;).IH|!S   I.,���!,!��-   US-."   liUOUKl    Ol-   )i\\:  17, VlT, ..tllc'lli'..*  WQin to Nel'son On .Monday,y yyy 7..:,:,.:iy iiff^7fitfivff^:ufiKtn<ffyAh.,fr}  ��*w��wi^��!*ni5*m��.?��*iliaiv^rc,*.l*:��-jcj���x.-i; -, *.��"  ������jjjlil  1 K  iniiiy rtv'ei'ilp ,stn.::-,i'in.'.ip lo il-l'iUt'  .'ifti-.  Elko will-eelebrat'e'yWw "J-l'th.o'f''! niOfl^;'l,lW���-.:������i.^l���;>vi.'!>..':Hl<���>v���'l, f-^hfyiffxiiii--.  ���vi     '���������..- f\   ������f,fu f?Vi,,l,.w H''u7i7i\ '.'.iS'i yi.ii.U.>'iivi;i;;l-'!l.K*��ii:Mi)..i.i- y^ii'fi.li\u\i'hi'y''','f':f  May,,.. A committee. h.t> Dci.ii ap , :7f;,nA.,rMii^-,1]V;lll^;1;;,,Ul-f,il,v ,liajM;V ^Mn,0  pOiuted to.prepiire it programme; '     '  '. i :ti   e.tli.!iie;iC*i.:llh,'IH.  .ii- -\cf. '���''  ���'}  '������������ ...     ',  C(iu:;il!iiii|,''lii.; lij.  Yf��\i,y M'i>-'v ; N<:oc��.  Hatws^'...';-;���,  mW&  j.-'':For.',,;.--'*  l''....-C.Vt^'"'  1.   B\ji-nii  let"  '���'  VisitOl-S ' tO'So'uthyEast lyOOlC'- ! f'ff   i���;. ;.: ;;'���(.:       ...-.;   .inns,liVunv.N,���.;(.:��� j.|.  nay always piu:Fcu',jy:!>te.?1^  "'"  ��� yy V'T'y.. yv1.', ;'st.yj'oiiii'is GimreK-'oiyEnji-iaita.:!  A7,;.-.;y;.i^,  iyij'.^i-iu-K.'.- ���:��� .  ..AiliBowfff  Co\~sii>l't\:.-i^i'.i ���  6ii"th'eiii''.w.a-y;"b!ill..-.-  ;;v'';:Wiio:,'HiUi.'MV-Jfi;v^  ''F\)<.>i-\>'!*iyii\N"yuc _J-;.A V'i*]- Silk tw 5^1*2 !,"���  tdrhing from a visit to ^ng-land,y  is"expected;aiy.K:iiiii>ei1oy:'(luri  theq)re'sein'']nouthy!.K/yy-7y!77y.^.yyi \-  7 7-^7.    ..iy   ���f:yf-."qyy-   ' ;"..,  ���if:':i.i..fify': ���  CliurcktJ^S^l^InMyfil  :-ev:ery::-S:ttntla-y ��>v-< > u i.ng %f:77f '>. ff -.{ f''  ''eep'.t:'^  Thoai^ ^adeii'Moyie.;^ ^  y   ������.'':, .,���  ,"."1-'i-.c.��:y.?'1 t.wit.'.- *���  ... i. ' '.''.'���',. twh ui-*e*iy'Wi*."mi��'l Piic  \i.$itoi'iat:Steele,on':^^.esday;!  :'!7Gliariesyy7;E;lwtdl^.yy!lvi.n^  wasyin tovvri ori:^"'u^day.,y.;yy; yy,,y  7;yLSeedi,ngyiime:jSyatybiit  PortIBteeleryiClpii'y:,;!,.a"nd;" "Feedl  he I'd,.: iixif: i i Fio \<F v-tyaf iit^;:') >v;:j;he  fifkfffjfiUff&'eir-.iilf'.f' '    '���"'  ��� y���T^TCfi,',' ���/."{ " tTXT "T? ��� !t-*ri  7%ii\!%-;;;.:!��dlri^  'niViViteter^d'yaty'theyy^l^e  !seiyvi'oe.y!!*.y ]''JtyV .y! yry fff iff if f f  y^Sn'snTgiyV^yivre-'weicpiu  Store. -^na\ying =- ���' suppVieci'^iii:i e] it fff f-fiftj^^j.;^ i  c-u^'tb!n'ers-.''have'".'. a "isiiiairi'-as^rt-i-.- f y. ffff i''f'"f:'iffff-iff f::y:y fy,:[i  ']iQtffv&$fis&f^  .Top," Timotliy;.i;Ke^,;^  ���i:-F ifF-'Fi"- r~~fffffFF'fF7fevw  .y 'Ey''J'..;yGann ..returued :trom, a y    .f - frifft '.���<iyfiffffffi"''f.ff  ���visit:;to'r'Periiie:bn:Ti;esife  l^ll'.afeyw^  .iv^BiiiGi^ad'e.^vagyafcyFe'r  Mondtty  y .TheyPOTt; Steeley';^Hnd#mere  ;PQterborpugh}'''sta^e:^  St,eele<.ey eryy Saturday:; y' ��� y^yy-y y yy  yD.uriiig;'];'tlie--:;'.suiiime^  :thisydistMcHs^a-paradise  prospectoi's-y are'; ;going'.: rii to ^^r|^��g;  nVa1iV;range:.:ot-t.h'eyyKot;ki^s,:y .���..,-.- .:..:..,  will^tlikatPbrteSte^lfe.^  ffff 'yyiPolitical Sitiiation.;:;y y.yy 7-y  f iTlier&y'si^  Securing'"the" 'regis'triitioii of. all;  ���", ��� yf  '-���,'���'������������ ": ���    ������������'. ���   ������"������ ���������'&:: ���  ���   .;."..-..-  q'ual'.ifietl;^A^qtSr^.yin tlus-districtiy.  Other 'tb\v n S yai;e be ing ;ean y as sed;  aiid ;P0rt7-Stfe  dut;y7:ib;;;;addb^5a.ii;:;7^  'yyR-ii.L'.y^TiyfGralij&it/h  a^entv^ went ^t 6 i-Tobacco yP-iai lis:  01 v;. iVI^nd ay fi ff f ff *' y ftf fff-tf::  Sy'Gaptai ij'^rnisl^iOTgnSpl^l'1^  'steainer7North^Staivywns%visi.t-  6r;a,t Oranbroolv,oii Tuesday: .'  : Aktrge-acreage of yyOats; sown  this! spring.yis'ireported*.in fthe  Koptenay'Yalley. y ''f .: f. ff'tfi f  -Trade y,,conditions;    show1 ���; a  reasohable expansion:;,f   ';���"_.. :if;  'f.' K. J Higbye came.,down from;  Sheep creek onyMonday. ���    _  . '.'Liice other evils ���craiiips.ii.n'd.t'iiar.rhioa  einie suddenly. -��� Promptly give a��� dose'  of Perry Davis',.'.Painkiller .and "the  paiii's'will-go immcclitttely. ,,-A bottle at  hand will save liours^of suiror-ing-^-bo.  prcjiarod. y .'y.' .'.-���'���;��� ff fyif   i :���:���'���  ���'��� ,E.! French'came down fronr  .they'Grange;!; ^rblf;;;Qreek, .oh  AVedhesday^y";���'."'ffff ';*���"���'      "'���;" ";:;;  .; The-Kobteua!y river is prising,  and -it is  now-nearly.tlireeTeet'  aboye'low .wafer, mark.     -.".,���' '-.  -The Gun..Club;were outy for ; a  shoo't on Tuesday.'    y.,  !;;,Wm.'Blakemoi-e,: M. E.,0was at  Fernie on Tuesday.. ' t ;  . '  ���yJyyA. Harvey is having his  residence enclosed by������ a- neat  fence.' ;���, :;\.-. .,    .:.-.. '-.'���������  .'. T..T. Mc\ritt.ie.yP. L. Ky'i-was  engaged :in surveying a ranch  near'Sand'creek during'the.' past  week.      ' .'������';.- ''..'���''��� ''''���'  ��� H. Cha|iiiian, Victoria., was   in  town on .'Monday.���'  '.-.    .-.-.  A. Ba'x'ier ca'irfo^up^r'oiri-yilhe  ranch on Tuesday.      '    -.-.  y .John   ''McDonald,'   Mn.rysvillo,  was.itn.cjwn o"u Wednesday,  "'G^.G. .''Powell, 'cai'ne'   up froin  tli'e. Fenw-ick-rancli on rIriiesd'a.y.."  'Gaptain. Arm strong    was  town on Tuesday.   ���   '  iu  The Windciniien: sl!ige'ar.rivi;d  on time Thursday.  Mrs.' Moore, Moyic'cainedown  from Windermere on Thursday's  stage.   ., !  ' "C. Martiuiar., Wardn'or,- was in  town on Thursday. ���'  , M.rs. E...Dil.se,. Bains Lake was  a visitor at Steele on Thursday.  ! y,; J'a m e^y.Ciu'i ii "l'i v#ii*^bam'_e^: ^db^v n;  f ram.Mavy s \ri lle: o n i^Frixlay.;;!;' -; yy-  ���'���;. fF yMii Le an yipsskvii d, Fm. iy ed;  at: Stee leyp ii yTliu rscl, a ff i ��H:f;; wi 11  ;worlCy;biv .a!yprO^  'creek: f f:;-fff'i f ffff fff ff:;f  '���y Fti���'!'H.a'iipl.-!��� -Wen(.:'���'.Fit Ti;?icy  creekbh .Wednescla-y'yyy;.   -y: yy.,.  ��� '',I.': McTavi'sh'caii^  Ti'acy,cree!k on, Wednesday^fFf .  :;7:T.y^yMcVlttie;!.P.;:L,yS., .and.!  F.;'yj;oiies,vrefurnetl; frdiri Sand  Ci'cekyoiTT.hursdayy^yy   ;;.: yy;  ;yy*7,.-'���'-[:y.-fy.)::yf, iyfi��ifff"fiifhif^  ���?fffiS��iyfk<r&^  \-:;;sr^.u:vt,ti;'iri- tiip-'-;''i?prt?,'St"ofeiii:.XTi vi iiifr-; Di'yMp.vi'%  lOiist'KpVilpiiay'.ltois^lcv'f^iy  i:-4VliW&^lo'witiVil.*^p.ii'S  y^AreiiyNOTtGEihatly^riioiifii^T.iM  i^-J't.C. Sol;:.-'ti.;.-j:ti8!i';!,',;"iigciit.-foi; A. W. -Bleiis^  p,d'(!.ll..'Vj;ccy%iiu!ei*^sl'.Ceviil'lcu;to  tehOi.<sixty'(liiyK:l'roin;tlieiS:itd.lioi*'eof: to -apply.  to'tlioAliiiiiifc' Kecqi-dorfoviwCertilleato or liii-  .prov.emeuts, i'or -.Lh'et purpose  of  opuiiniii!,' ii  Crown GniiitoC the above eliiiiii. 'ff.fiyy. ���:'������'��� <  f .. Aijd Yurlliei'take noticp tlint iiction.  under  section :!7, .must be'eqinmeiieed before the issif-  luice'of stieli fcjortUicatu of lmprovenioiits., ;  '"iDnled tliis^th dny of April, lite;     '...,'���    "'.'..  yiT-y :.-������,���( . ���.'���'���; j.:;-'..THbMAS-.:T. Jievfraii-:.  7. Harry . McVittie, yCranbi'ook, -.  was inabwn pivFrida'y;,.' y !;':!' ,."  yJames;Nels6n.andv.Dam: Jones;  came .dbyvn-' "frbih>!..the: ''Estella  miue'^n''7!rhursda.y.yy"f ";.   '    fff'  "yFrank '! ;Sla;ger!; yhaS' returned,  trom; Sheep':creek.y -y if' ;���_ i.i.fff.  ".!. !.!A;i;r; special"   convO'catiorf';-;';Of  ���Roclcy-'M'buiitaiii.'-Gh'^yteiSyK.^  'M��� wilLbe'iielcl "on May;.2ith. *:;;  : ;��. :HI Ba.ker and! wife,: CrauT  bi;6ok: Miss Grickem,-Vancouver  .Charles Cock, Granbrpok and C.  ,M..,Edwa-rds,yElk6, wer'a!passen-;  gers oh the steamer'NortlvStar,'  on;Friday....������ '. v.    "''���..-,,..-.;' fff  ..-. Oiice,more "the,Cusjoiiis! (lag is  iiy'ing over the' Customs office aili  Fort-Steqlc. ,,; ;���'.-  .-' There was a hot.time'iu.Steele  on ."Thursday''.; -night, '.-'��� business'  niusl' be all right.   ��� .   ,      ,  ',.  Sojourning!it'om])anions are iits'i led to attend-the special ^convocation'-'Of ',-Roclcy . yVlountain  Ghaiiter,    ,U. ' A.   M,.,!  on    May  2-.ith.7-, '.;-���*���   "  13ol,)   Dore   caino   down'   from  \Vi 1(1'Horse creek- on .I^riday. - .-  A large. ..number;, of -visitors  wore al'Korf Steele during the  past week.   ..,-; '"���..'.'.-���'  Tho! steamer North Star ar-  rivi'd'a |! Steele < ni Friday.'  V. r,a,iiiii*-.lei'-, li'isli- ' Lal<e.s.  was in tuwii oii h'riday.  I'erha ps iheri' are polit'ieal or  g.'iiii/.atuiiis lliaiican afford to  welcome cali'imity.  M. A "Resile, Movie, ��� was in  lown l-'riday. j"  Coijptu'and lead ores frequently contain paying- quantities ol  gold and silver.  ;ii:$G U;Ml^  M  I ><- Ganaciian BanK or Gommepoe  HEAD 0FFICE--TpiK>NTO.  . I ���itkl.'i.iji ('ii|iital *S,(i|iO,l'l(i(i:yK*IWyi"*^ FumJ $2,01)0,000:  !,Ag'gi'euiit(y'lFi^(i!i'n'(.'S Oyer $(iJ),(ioi),000.; : ii/' ���'"  ���������=��'  ���  *',.  ...'/^,  - 5K-V  .'���*  '�����  '���*-..      : -,;. ��� 7'      liiiHlonOfficc; 00 Lombard'Strccl,  i:. <*,.        .".':'.  $."'.������.'������"'...'.    --.. ' S!c^   \'0,|-'lv",Ol'l'icc;  I'll'-ICvch'siiiKc I'lace. . ' .   " %  *���'-��������� fff 'ff-. '������".".-"'.'.-:' '��� '-:--"-     y.y."-. ������'"���.-"������;.'''���,������':'"'������".'-' '������. ���"���;���:.���:; '-��� 'ifyf >& ���  t<       yih:-     ������-,.... -.-.;., .;..     ..������-.-...    :. ..    ���.���������.- ..<���;, . :.    ,  ���.,,    ,.;..:,.-     . ... .   .  .'.; ��� -., .ff.-...,...   '���    ....,:'���     f,y[.%iy.  '& ���������;    And OS bi-tuiebos in Gunui'la; lii(;'lTni1,c<l .Sta,tes'aii(l British Oohinil.iia.7i   .��   ,;  ���#���>' '.' '���'':"'. -    '"' f'fyy-f'i   if-'f-   ��� 'ff~fy  .'f  ���'.''.!.-,'..'".   -.".���'���   .77, ff"f. ���.;'-;"* s; ���      ���*"'.  iV ',,-     *.-���',������.- '       t  I   Cranbrook Branch.  HUBERT HAINES, Manager.  ,.*  'WmH:%%%--&mfti%r&$iK^^^  , ���s-yy  ylCBlOTWIOUN.;:  :'F;6rtAStee,ie^  !;;;"*i;r!7!!'!A!^;i "jv.U e'i; nve 1 .t^ati &:;.f if  ::--:;"S|!'7j'S:^;'^'!!^  yFftt'F FFFFi^FFf F-;F'  'iiFFF^FFii.iifffiifffiifFff  'if'.:Ueiiv.(sfiy6}%-:Ste&i$f^^  .'inpriiiiig.ja't-^  '.boi'(ingiV,Stiiiday;eVenii%.yyyVw ���'.;������ fff >;  '���-.' yLeiivevPcitorliOroiigh.-.'pviiry,';'Wiidi'ie's^-'  .'���day'ih"6rn'iii^.-iit*.ii'''!.w  ''SteeVey'lM'iiirfedtii.V-'iiveriiii^  ;: !|F|bvi:yli-ya&e 1 iF'" 'dl'$^Gxpi-eas v!:i;al,es  ��� apply to''. if ifff'ii; f   i--fi.f.-a ififu.y.if':  !!;y|ortySteeieyandyPeterbpro^  vffyM i.a KiiALiAc;fyiwi\.ffff  ^fS[^f^^fi(fpljffif)f:y^  '.- c; r kt 1 KtoA t r ;6 tv im r i io v !���: m i*:"n ts.  ifitFFiiFoiicisiFtFF.  if MUST ERA b'AGT.  ���'"'��� '������      ,-;��� !        .(PouM"P.")'"'''     ';'-,-.'.  . (;]Kli'|-|l-'ICATE,0'F   IMI'ItOVl-lMKN-TS.' ,, ,  NOTICE.  : f .Morrniijf'���' Star  ^Unei"tl,Qlai.iii.y;y  Situate;in the Fort Steele Mini 11;,' Division;of-  Eiist Kopteiiny.:;,,        , - '���:'.. if. .���;.'-.",        -',..;;".  SWlfcrc.'iocutcd:���On Wliit'6:Oro,iiso.JIount.a.ih.'  joiii'insf the Harris Group.; y'y    ���';.."-.       r-"f  y'rilUo h'otkiu tiuit t; Goo.rgo,M-.iltlieH*"s, I'or.'niy-  sliir;;'iiSU^iiciiiisi^'ai''Ayohli; for j\liol Swniiso 11.  ifcii Minor-s. .Ccrt-ili'eatu-:.NToy I.I., 501)07. .Free  .Wiiic'Psycprll.lfcSto'-No^  iliiys from"the date hereof; to n*i*.il.v lo iho.Min-  iuK lle'c<irder for 11 CertilUnitc of liii)ii*bv'e'iriGiits  Tor the yuiVti.se".:of oblniiiiii'if *:i'. Crovvn Clrant  of the alipvb eliiiiii-., ',.:���������,       .. "���  Ami riii*tlK)i*,'lalve,. notice,that'iieUon'. iindci*  soc.tiou :!7, lriusul.ie comim-iieud before the Ish'u-  anee ofsueli COrtilkMUe oflniproveineiifs. ;.,.. '.  1 .'.Dut'otl this; lirst'diiy ofA-n-il, A. I.).. l'.Ktt. ������ iii���  ���    NOTICE:    ���       )'i..) '  .7 TAlCK-yNO'L'1013 that'thirty* days front tlie  dale hereof. I iuteiid to apply.10 tlio Chief Oohi-  "iiilsf-'ionor ..or Lands and \\rorks for a'.Special  'riiniiei* Tjiceiiso ioeut and carry yiiway timber  from the followiii|,''desci-ilH..d lands, situate on  Perry Creel; in Ihe Soiitliern Division- of tlie.  Ulstrift of Kasi, Kooienay. lis. follows:. Coin-  i_onciiiR.;ntn post planted on lliujinrtli-bank of  I'orry Creel; about two utiles above Old- Town:  ilience north ofi'lity chains: thence west ci|,'iil..\'  oliiiiiis: tlience south . o'lj.'lity chains: thoiice  east follirtvinvtDie LiiiiiU of I'erry Oreelc. to, the  .piiiee 01' bi.-fiiiiniii!.'.    f' 'ff  '��� D:i|.*i|.A'r:ii-eii.-;-2mi. i'.K)**. .-���'.-- ��� ���' .  ���  1.-,..   " Al.VIN'. S. TKQW  GEARY,���&; DOYLE.  : Livery," Ffifid'& Sale'.Stable.;  l'Vii-t��� Stook:'. H.C   f  ,y,l.;e'H'iUii.>y I >s Li J .v   Stage. inuets--a'|l  IraiiiH at furl, Su-i-ilo ,hiin*lion.  ! SADDLl': & 1'ACIv  Ild.KSKh-y  111 AM INtflU' ,1 I.I.  K INKS A SI'l'.CIAl.T^  .   .    '..   ���'     "���' ��� '��� y      -I-'"   .'-,.--  NOTICE.  I'iirlifs i*i'(| iiii*iii^- wali'i" li'i'lii tlio  irriiralion ' d.itrli for lliciV o.-ii'driis will  lUT.'injro willi 1 In* iiiuli-rs-ie-ni'd for flu.'  siiino.  . , l      '','.-  And any pors-in lakiny wnti'i* from  the dilcli. witliont ]ii.*rinission will ho  IH'iisivuU'd.  iroi' yi;kn, i.um icin* go.  .Lessees.  I'Vi-t SteV-'lo, -1st.' May, !!>02.  ���yy'f'i''"'    iii       ifi'f''^f~^amm-^~--~'V1(^ C-f ���"' ���'���<,'. "'    'iflfyf  '���;.'.':   -:-'' 7","-!." if"       yy!;;; 'MANUFACTURERS,,OF!':. y.y, '"''"';   :']/ffif'f  FfF0y i vti> ir' :;R,y 1 '.'Wi; e: ;i>{ #;-f;: >f ;;: 'fF  f ��� ' ���''' i;  ; ;ifif.f .- ;"' f "ff1' yALL;'kindsp,PF"''....i!^'!^-���.'.'���   ,f;. -,,;; i ;���'������'; ���'if..  ' Sfinitaryy Kh!M  ^oi'rii!!pQU;iv Clii .nr.ila'^7Pipo:.'a.h'd -'PI neV;'.11jini n^.y/.'iphl'hiiie^-" -T6'i'iSi':  '''iV'stayqi'S'.'-ipii r niicos,y pip,, mad c to: b rtlp" r.;' "��� yfff ffi'f. 7"; "f "f .;���" f '  ^rflaTTientiilTGarcleifrJiorcler lileSj yVases^tc;  : Cement, yl^ster;^  fii'iiF:FFFFftFi'F:?iistev:'iWov^ FFFy  Si  -f-K  M  ";--y:;'f'y';;:';:ti;i^:E  WViiriFWrFt  .';...,";;'.'"' .  ;." ���',���;;., '���;���. '���''".; f>!","..  !::i''y!*.-y';'y-:Si^ti!c.  SbJbl^gKiit^w1^^  K'tip'tciygyy,  fjiHVs"-'S'iM!:..io''L--.i.s'-giiaraivfcfee  :';^;S!]3^.u^  FFfi.;,fiif.ifiF'''      '"''' ���.���<������������:..���������-....������    .....       ������.         ��������� ���:���...:  I  COMPANY  :-SbL!i>SAGEK.U?Sr!  ;A^<3iits:J;6r:tiie;!*MASSEY  ������-���y.T��E MOST  ;UP-TO-DATE  PLACE IN'FORT STEELE.  ^ y y E very tii i ng : Cooked ���.' ���', '��� y  '''F'fF'AkfVOU'' LIKE'" IT.", ,'!y! ";;-:!.  " : WIVI; ROBINSON,; Proprietor  ���mp��W^^W :    '���������if.if'i't:. fi-f-'ffff -f'-iii  !    *^fewi?:' 'ft Fl^SH y ;tiid^ SAM 'MEAT  S' ALWAYS  :'��� ' FFp'<r'   ��� '���! V- .':.' V '-':!";;'! ���if^.J^:^P:FfCXfF'f  '���������,;.'      Fresh,Halibut.;! Sitlmoii,'Salrnpn Trout.. Bologna  Sausage,  Butlei'-aiicl-'Eggs^^ y..    y<;^ y     ' ���'"  Assorted Car of Best Brands of Flour   and   Meals,  etc.  ���Flour, Patent,-Hungarian and Strong Baker,   '.-       '������';��� y   ! !y  .    y  Rolled Oats. Ch:aoke(l. Wlieat, Wheatletts,   ' ;:'  ,   ���'   ,���-''-.     ' Coi'iiiiibiil, Bucls-Avhea,). Flour, Split Peas;   ,       '  ';  ��� " ! ,'. -Nin'y   Beans, .Lima Beans, Pot Barley,, etc  Bran     Chops     Shorts     Oats      May.  Flr.M.'.twooel.Tea., a��� p.uro article iini'iorted direct from Ceylon  try it once a.nd you will use no oilier. ...:-���'-  It'resliUroakfast   Bacon,   Hams  aiid   Dry Salt Side Bacon.  Butter and tyggs.'' ',';.. t .   .       ' '   '.''"' '  .POTATOES-   M   CARROTS  l��M RIOVVOOD-'iill lengl.iis to 'snit'all stoves.     -."''  ������     ������������    '  '        ,   ���  .*-    .'   ���':.' ���      .���     '  F '' '   '���'       '  THE   FORT   STEELE  FLOUR and FEED STORE'  E. C. MILLER, Propiietor       j POST OFFICE BOX 836.  ISP"   All goods guaranteed and prices also as being correct'  Send in orders.


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