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 Library of Leg Ass  ��)������ ��  % Devoted to the upbuilding %  % OF    FOllT   STEELE. %  ���* *  *? . . iS  # llxlflKMHl'.'Ilt      ill      I'OlltK's.      #  * ���%;  & #  &&����-M>3'��^*^S:��*#s*s&!S#<8'��*��fc  �� - f  me^tdf  * *  * *  # THE   PROSPECTOR   CON-    *'  * *  # TAINS ALL   PUBLIC NO- ���  * *  # TICES AND GIVES THE *  k       *    LATEST TELEGRAPHIC #  "#    AND LOCAL NEWS. "*  * #  Voi.  7.  RORT STRRUR, J3.  C,  SATURIJAY, MARCH SO, 1901.  No IS.  ,New Advertisements To-day.  I'e'linin Nursery <r'n  (!. lOlton   ��� IMfe'e ��  MINERAL FLOAT     J  The turning camps of the Fort  Steele mining , division, will  speak in no uncertain sound,  when sufficient transportation is  afforded to the output bf "ore, for  mines situated in the main range  ��� ol Ihe Rocky mountains.  Some Nelson publications will  awaken some morning, and find  the Crow's Nest, Southern' railway under construction.  During the past year the own-  vcrs  of  1,110 ..mineral  claims recorded  their assessment   work.  The slowness  and  unsatisfac^  -' .tory conditions of  railway construction in 'South  East'Kootenay, illustrates the  truism  thai,  mine owners can't develop  mineral properties without/ adequate  riieans of transportation.  ,A promising group, the De  Mornac, Fcmmp do Rose,' Lady  ' Ilorlense, La Belle. France and  ' Cpment, form a very promising  group of clajms that are siiuatcd  on Maus creek, three miles from  Fort Steele.  The Try Again mineral claim  >situated on Six'Mile creek, has a  line   showing,   the   ore   carries  gold, , silver, and  copper.     The  surface assays show  a   value of  "   $2:3 to the ton. "'       '     ,  "Lone  Star and   Equator   are  .situated,on the east fork of Wild  Horse crook-, the ore is,a safllor-  ' -itc,    carrying   gold,   silver   and  .   iron, assay returns give a  value  .of Si)  in   gold  and 2.'! ounces in  silver.     J  Some 15 or 20 very promising  claims are located on the south  ��� fork of Elk river. The ore on  all of' these properties carry  copper in more or less quantities  , i The Spirit claim was tlie first  quartz claim locatod in the Port  Steele district, a large amount  of development work has .been  performed, the ore is'a galena.  The deal on the Hidden Hand  group was closed up last week.  A considerable amount of development work is now going  ahead on a number of properties  on Tracy creek. ' ,  The showing on ilie Approach  claim, close to town, continues  to improve.  The owners of the Carbonate  King group, report " that property is improving with every  foot lhat, the tunnel is drove.  A. line, body of galena, .was  struck in tho Aurora, claim last  weelc.  It. is reported that the B. <���().  Gold.Fields Co. have purchased  a large interest, in the'Estella  mine.  The Granny smelter will put  in two additional furnaces,  which will increase tho capacity  to 1,200 tons per day.  1 n the event of a railway be-  ing constructed in the Kootenay  valley, it will open up a mineral  section of vast extenl.  Mining in tliis section has already begun to feel the effects  of spring, many prospectors  have already made their appearance.  The development of the Carbonate King property, is attracting attention. The ledge matter  carries values in silver and lead.  During the. present .year, capital seeking profitable investr  merits, will be. attracted to the  rich mineral resources of South  East Kootenay.  The outlook for  the  prosecu  tion,of mining and mine development, this spring in the mines of  Ilie Fort Steele district. was  never so bright.        , ���  There arc now a large outfit of  civil engineers surveying tho  Jennings-Tobacco Plains route  to Ihe Fernie coal fields.  Indications are that Sand creek  and Bull river will soon'become  one of the important copper producing camps in the'dislriot.  WINDERMERE   NEWS.  L.ATEST  TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.  Emperor   Return's to   Pekin.-   Shamrock    II     Launched.���Oxford  Meet Cambridge.  Shanghai. March . 'JO. ��� A report says that the fmporial  Court left Siam Fu today' "for  Pekin. Some tjmeago Imperial  orders were issiicd to Chinese  of.Ici.ils-of the'capilal city to repair iho^palaccs'which arc how  in'condition lo "receive the Emperor and his household.  London, March CO.���rShainrock  II >\vill ' be'eomplotcd tomorrow  by D. & W..Henderson, builders  of the throc'Valkyrios. Her lirst  trial will fake place' April loth  on the Clyde, 'lieport has it that  both the.Sham rocks wilMxTscnt  to  America' to   be  tested in the  r  waters about New York.  Montreal, March '30.-���All Canada, like Great Britain will take  its census tomorrow. It is .confidently oxpcclod that tho Do-,  minion will show a healthy increase in-population since the  last census was'taken.  London. March '30.'���The great  annual race between Oxford .-and  Cambridge crows.will be rowed  today.' ' -      ��� '* ~ .,     '  "3iisfol, R. I., March- 20.���Before 'the �� workmen - in* the  Herreshoff shops go r 'to their  homes ' tonight tho Now York  Club's cup defender will ' have  been incased in her bronze skin.  All the nickel steel, frames arc  now up from stem 'to stern  plate. T,hc, new yacht while  somewhat .longer., .than ��� fhe  Columbia, and many tons larger,  does not appear so bulky nor ungainly. The previous impression  that her floor will bo.flatter than  that of Columbia and longer  is strengthened.  Washington. D. C", March 20.-  An expedition is now being organized in this city to 'survey  and mark tho northwest, boundary lino between the United  Stales and Canada.  The British ambassador is expecting to make a visit to England during the coming summer,  iiHto-id of spendiug-his, vacation  at    some    American     watering  i  place.  A Mining' District of Great Promise.  Sent Up for,Trial.- Telegraph  , Line.  ... ,  Fm.iii OiivOwii ('<)rrf;->j)onileiil.  The town of Windermere is  situated -on the east side of  Windermere Lake about 70 miles  nortli of Fort Steele. I'he popu-  lalion'mimbers about 200. There  are two general supply stores,  two hotels and a number of  private residences. Many ranch-  ersiare located at tii i.s point. As  a mining district, Windermere is  rapidly coming to the front,  many promising claims have  boon' located, and during the  past year a large amount of development worl?<" has been done.  Tlie Paradise mine has been  added to tho shippiirg mines of  the 'Province.  Among the., mines  now under  active    development,    are    the  Paradise   group,     Pretty    Girl  group,     Sitting  '   Bull     group.  Dividend   group,   Alps    group,  [ron Queen,,' Cracker jack;6 Ruth,  Massie, ��� Hot, Punch,   Iron   Cap,  Delphinfi, Red Line, Silver Belt  "roup and a. hundred   others' all  under-various stages of dovolop-  '._ *  ment.     ��� ,,  Tho principal properties are  situated on. Horse Thief, Toby,  McDonald. Boulder. and Law  creek-'s.  H. McNi'ght, who was accused  of participation- in'- tho blowing  up of tho Chinese Laundry last  August, had a preliminary examination'at Golden last" week,  and was bound over for trial at,  the next court of, proper jurisdiction.,        ��� , "   '���  A'"kick is being, made as to  where.-1,1 ic,, telegraph line will  terminate, some want Peterborough, others want Canterbury,  and many0think Windermere as  the. proper place. '   .  water mark. Owing to the constant ' changing of the channel,  one of the bents, a series of piles  supporting a portion of the  bridge, washed out. The improvements now being made will  consist in placing a crib ou each  side of the channel, forming a  foundation for the placing of  piles to support a span of 20 feet  This work will be completed in  about ten or twelve' days, and  will   make   the bridge perfectly  HAVE TAKEN UP BOND.  The Red Line Group Now Owned in  New York.���Final Payment  ��� Has   Been   Made.  secure during high water.  A   FUTXfRE   METROPOLIS.  Approach Claim.  On the Approach claim which  i.s situated within three miles of  Port Steele, development work  continues. No I tunnel i.s now  in ���*(> foot, No 2l,unncl is in -12  foot, the No 2 tunnel is run to  tap the vein at a. considerable  lower depth, and the indications  are that th > \ ..i '-\iil be encountered at an early day.  What Fort Steele Needs.  Tub Prospector proposes to  have a room where it will keep  a mineral exhibit, mining literature, and a register with descriptions of mining properties in the  Fort Steele district. Nothing  will so well advertise a town or  district, as an exhibit of the resources of the surrounding-  country. Tho large collection  now on hand at The Piiospisc-  toij office will form thc.neuclus  of tho exhibit. Claim owners  arc requested to assist in the  forming of this exhibit by sending lo this office specimens from  their properties with a description of the same, which will be  properly registered and labeled,  so that, all can see whore and  from which mine the ore was  obtained.  Fort   Steele   the   Center   of   a   Vast  '��� Mineral District.  ft is with great satisfaction  that we note tlie steady development of ��� the  mineral  claims ' al I  d i i  over the Fort, Steele district, and  when we consider that over, 50%  "of these locations and mines, are  situated within'a radius ,of 20  miles of the town'of Fort Steele,  we may well be satisfied with the  direct march of improvement to  wards the future metropolis of  South East Kootenay. The con-'  servative mining promoter and  capitalist whose readiness to in-  vest'iiv the mines in and around  Fort Steele, and in fact all over  the district, is the most practical  endorsement of the groat mineral  resources of the Fort' Steele  Mining Division of South East  Kootenay. ��  , Railway Notes. ,  ''The. Kootenay Central Railway bill has been presented, and  received its'first reading.  , The'Crow's Nest Southern has  passed, its second reading; and  there is.no doubt but, that it will  go through all' right''and a  charter granted. *  In considering the application  for a charter for a road from  Crawford Bay to Fort Steele,  the words "at a point, or' near,"'  were stricken out, and now  reads ''through the. valley of  Crawford creek, and the- valley  of the St. Mary's , river ��� tb Fort  Steele, in the. district of East  Kootenay.    -  HAS   FEW FRIENDS.  E ist Kootenay Stock.  Ahkod.  (YowV Nesl. Coal     *K.'U10  North Stiii-  S")  Sullivan  -Sf  Silver-lead Quotations.  lliir Silver.:...  Mexican dollars ..  U-urt     .   .  I < ���,.,,,,..,.        ..  Bid.  *7S.OO  78  mi  50i  -I. .'574  \i\.i\2\  Britain Makes a Protest.  Washington, March 28.���Tho  British government has protested against China's making a. convention with any power touching-  territorial or financial affairs until the present troubles in that  country are concluded. The  protest was made through Sir  Earnest Satow, Ihe British minister at Pekih. '   . '. ','  The effect of tlie British action"  is  to   place  the  United   States,  Japan/and Great, Britain:'in   for  mal opposition .to the signing  of  a convention by China with   any  Metal Market.  Tho metal market i''M- the week  passed, exhibited a healthier  undertone.  Copper ruling unchanged.  Lead remains dull and unchanged.  Domestic iron markets wore  active and easy, but unchanged.  Nelson Fears a Rival "In-South East  Kootenay.  There, are' few people in the  Kootenays, who do not clearly  see why the Nelson papers are  protesting, so strongly) against  the granting of a charter to' the  Crow's Nest Southern" railway.  The following article is interesting, from the*5fact that it gives  the true reason for tho Nelson  opposition:  "Nelson lias, had very few  friends iu its development as a  commercial centre. Why should  it sacrifice its greatest friend,  the C. P. R. to further the interests of a few monopolists*'���  Nelson Economist.  From reading the above, it is  made plain, that Nelson would  sacrifice the prosperity of South  East Kootenay. in its desire to  become the commercial centre of  the Kootenays. It is also made  plain that a commercial rival in  South East Kootenay is what is  most feared, not Jini Hill, or his  gigantic monopoly the Croat  Northern railroad.  With a north and south railway through the Kootenay  valley, South East Kootenay  will prosper, its mineral resources developed, its coal production increased, tho towns in the  district increase their population,  and there is no doubt but that  the business of the , district  will  A   PKOIMCKTY OF  MI'CH   1'KO.MfSE  S])CCI;il to TifK I'KOSIMX'TllK.  The  bond  on   the Red   Line  grpup, which is situated  in  the  Windermere   district   has   been  taken up, the final payment having .been made last Monday, and  is now the property of'Paulding  Farnham of New York city.  ' In July" IHflii.   .Messrs.   Collett  and   Starbird,   of   Fort   Steele  secured a bond on  the Rod Line  group, consisting of three claims  Red Line No 1, Red Line No   2,  and the Iron  Cap.,    The  claims  arc situated on McDonald   creek  in the )Vbnlermere district.   The  amount"of the-bond was ��fiO,OUU.  This property.is considered" one  of the best in that country.  ���   On  the  Red   Sine  No   1, is a  strong  lead   that can  be traced  over the three claims  that comprise the group.     Tho   ledge   is  well    defined     and    shows    up  strong.    At,the opening on ,this  claim, is an immense body of ore  which measures 20 feet in width,  and 12 feet high,   Avhich  follows  down the Red Line No 1 towards  Iron Cap'creek: running through  the Iron  Cap  claim,- making  a  continuous vein from  Red Line  gulch over the summit" to Iron  Cap gulch.    The ore is iron  and  copper  sulphides,   the   average  value'being "about $70 to the ton.  About 100 feet east of  this vein  is another strong lead, which' is  also traced .into  the  Iron   Cap  claim.', upon     which'    a    large  amount   of   development    work  has been' done. ��� No ,1   tunnel, is  some 350 feet', No 2 -W feet. No 8  1L0 feet,   this  tunnel   i.s in ore.  No -I tunnel i.s in ,I.i   feet.     The  1,0  'galena vein lies in a   lime,   sla'tc  and quartxite formation'.     l  Work on the property will be  continued as long a.s the supplies'  in camp hold out. As soon as  the season will permit, a  sufficient amouut of supplies will  be taken to the mine, and work  will be vigorously prosecuted  under ' the management of  Thomas Starbird.  We learn that Mr. Farnham  has a bond on the Contention  and Iron Cap fraction, which  will be taken"up,on May 1st. .  This deal has a, particular interest to the people of Fort  Steele, as it' is on the line of the  proposed Kootenay Central railway, and there is no doubt, but  that it will become a shipper as  soon as transportation is afforded.     ���    . ,  Round,trip fare 'ftiO.OO from all  points, exclusive of sleepers and  dining cars. Delegates have  privilege of visiting Montreal  and return, via St. Paul. Agents  will be instructed- regarding  tickets. All joining must be  accredited     delegates. Wire  Kaslo Board of, Trade number  going, that arrangements may  be"completed.���J. S. Carter,  AT TOBACCO PLAINS.  A Mining- Reg-ion of Much Promise.  WILL   I.OGATIO  TIIK   MOl'NDARY.  From Our Own CoiTcspmHk'iii.  ,   A-large number of prospective  settlors have recently arrived in  the  country  and   have taken up  land.      The   land   taken  up   is  along tho proposed route'"of  the'  Crow's Nest Southern railway.  " South   of    the    International  boundary,the land has all   been  taken,   the construction  of   the "  proposed branch  of the   Great  Northern     railway,     ."Tobacco  Plains and Jennings road" is the  particular   reason, .why    these  lands have been gobbled up.  South of Tobacco Plains, the  international boundary has never  been defined, and in the.'location  of mineral claims there, i.s some  confusion as lo where location*  shall he recorded. It is said that  an outfit of United States surveyors will locate the line during  the coming su twiner.'      t  At the   Plains;   on .Phillipps'���  creek there arc immense- showings of copper ore.      A number  of properties have been  worked  during the past winter. '  Kimberley' Notes.  From Om Own Corittsiiontluiii.'-  The  Nprth  Star is working a '  full    force,     taking    out     and ���-  shipping about 70 tons daily.  The Mount Sicker company  have' closed down for a short '  time.  The Sullivan are now engaged  in   running  a L tunnel  to" tap the,  ore body at a depth of 120 feet.  R.   0.   .leanings, has been en-   .  gaged in  developing ��� the  Morning fraction. ,  ���   The deal oif the Hidden Hand  grpup has been closed.  Dave Newell has been engaged  in doing assessment work on the  Headlight.    ��� ,  A. Campbell has secured a  lease of the Kimberley Hotel.,  'On the Stanley.  William Forsyth came down  from1 Tracy creek on Sunday.  He reports that the main tunnel,  on tho Stanley is now in 12o  feet. The work is progressing  rapidly.  Wild Horse Bridge.  Goyot'umcnt Agent Armstrong  has  sot  a  gang of men at work  repairing the bridge across Wild  be confined to the   towns  of .the  Horse creek opposite the Indian; district in the near future.  '  Agency  office. '   The   bridge   is!    "Keep 'your   eyes   on   South  about  I'.lT)   feet  in   length   from  power pending the sel.tlomon1:...bf bank to bank, and Iii   feet  wide,  the Chinese troubles. , and is about 20 feet  above high  East Kootenay" for it is sure to  be the banner district of the  Province.  Easter' Holidays.  For Easter holidays all  Canadian Pacific Railway agents  will sell round trip tickets at a  fare and a third, good, going  April 4th and .">th, returning  April 8th.  Old Abe.  We learn that it is the intention ol* the owners of the Old  Abe mine. Io have the property  Crown granted at an early day.  Delegates to Ottawa.  The following communication  has been received by the I<Y>rt,  Steele Board of Trade, from .1.  S. Carter, C. 1?. R. passenger  agent at Nelson:  Nelson,   March  2(5.���Board of,  Trade, Fort Steele, B. C.     Now  definitely arranged that, delegation to  Ottawa  leave   Kootenay  Landing,   Thursday,   April 4th.  Ag-uinaldo Captured.  Manila, March 2S.���General,  Funston's daring project for the  capture of Aguinaldo in his hiding place in ' the province of  Isabella. Island of Luzon, has  proved completely successful.  Aguinaldo was captured there  March 2.'lrd. The United1 States  gunboat Vicksburg, commanded  by E. B. Baruy, with general  Funston and Aguinaldo on board  arrived hero this morning.  Tracy Creek News.  From Our Own ���'nrrc^ixiiKlciil.  On the Estella. everything is  looking well, in the long tunnel  there is a large amount of solid  galena. In the creek tunnel  there is a linn showing of copper  ore.  There is twenty inches of tine  ore on Iho Viking.  On the Stanley the ore was  encountered in the tunnel al 120  feet, the ore is copper.  A hundred foot tunnel is being  run on the White Swan.  The Montana people are making arrangements to commence  work...- .   f-'-fiy'        '" f '  A tunnel is being drove;on the  ���Wisconsin.  In the new tunnel on the Viking there is a fine showing of  galena. y T  i ���  *   ���  11  a, ���  V'  I  lv.  IVtt  Bl   "'  I'SS  Is-  &  THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. C, MARCH 00, 1901.  ESTABLISH HI.)     1895  A. B. Grace,  PUBLISHED    AND    EDITOR.  THE PROSPECTOR, is published  ��� very Saturday, and has a guaranteed  circulation larger than any other paper  Ib Cast Kootenay. It is all home Printed  ���nd contains double the news of anv  other paper in the district.  Ay an  advertising mcdii;,n it   is tin  ���xcelled.  Devoted to the upbuilding ol Fori Steele, ilie  development of the vast mineral resources of  the East Kootenay mining district.  Subscriptions,  $ 2.00 per yeat  Advertising rates made known on application.  Contributions ure solicited from all parts of the  aUatrict. but all matter intended for publication  must have tbe writer's signature.  TUIC PA PCD Is. kept on tile at tlicudvcr-  iniO iflrtn ilsing agency of Alaxander  ACo., Suite F.. First National Haul; Iiuilding.  Spokane, Wash., where contracts can be niaile  for it.  Thie Pa nan is kept, on ' tile ut K. V.  I Hid rapei PAKE'S Adverti-liu,'  Agency, 64 and 65 Merchants hxchantfe, San  Francisco, California, whoic contracts for advertising can be made for it.  Thie Pinsp Is kept on Hie at the A. Mc-  11119 rUfJCI Kini .t Co. Newspaper Ad-  veilslng Agency, Montreal, wheie contract-  for advertising can be made for it.  This Pa-��er &Z^ BrV  ���tore, Spokane, Wash.  ,1.   \V.  book  ��he %}��00p2ct0\\  SATURDAY, MAKCH liO, 1901.  "No Enemies; to Punish���X5  ' Special Friends'to Serve.'"  T1  <HE   town of Fort Steele  situated as it is,   in  the  center of the great Foi;USleele  Mining Division of South East  Kootenay, otters the greatest inducements    for    capitalists'   ,,in  search    of    mines     or    town  ��� property;      investors   .seeking  prompt , returns    from    investments, business men, home seek-  'ers and wage earners. Surrounded on all sides  by  rich   mineral  .  prospects Fort Steele is destined  to become the   richest'mineral  section in British Columbia'.  *    *    *  The ������ fertile    valley    of   the  Kootenay  river' offers   superior  , advantages to the home seeker;  ' through the valley are scattered  farms   and   ranches,  on, which  magnificent, crops are grown annually,   besides cattle and horse  ��� raising,"fruits grow abundantly  and, with  very  little   attention;  ��there  are  many  rich  tracts   of  fertile land awaiting the home  seeker,   in  the , Fort Steele district. . <-    ,    '  on the east side of the valley,  now under a rapid stale of development; will be the scene of  a large mineral output. The  Windermere mines will be opened up, and such properties,,as  the Paradise, Silver Belt, Iron  Cap and many others become  large and constant shippers..  *    *   �����  It is pleasant to contemplate  that the eyes of the whole  Dominion seems to be turned towards    British     Columbia   and  i  more particularly to the Fort  Steele district. They see, in this  jirovince a. new element of  national existence���a'groat, province, also a great district, full  of . the precious minerals of  nature only awaiting conditions  favorable for their active development.  ***��*  3*  ^m^mk^mk^Mmmmmmmmk^mi mmmm%%&mmcmmM.m.m.m.��  4.  ��~*����f-~5  Headauarters  for   Mining  and   Commercial  Men  The  Hotel  One does not have to bo long  in London to discover that King  Edward is a very popular a.s  well. a.s a much talked about  man.  f  The, Kootenay Central Railway bill has passed its first reading in the Provincial House.  Home Wo.-k- profitable-oongonial-  easy���on now olan. Be your own  vyorkmaster in your own home I  S��a6 Tour hidrcM on pout rinl ud h, �� Ul SOI1j 7,iu ,,��r  LW��.    ttufti. �� SY>l>K-ATf.  lh.pL C, ISO \ out. M. 1'cU  pAfllcu  1'oruutw.  All    Modern     Conveniences  FORT    STEELE,   B.   C.  Large   Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.  MADE  FROM  BLENDED HARD WhEAT ���  CALGARY FLOUR  ��� IS THE MOST WHOLESOME  Central Bole  H. W���  3  \  C902 ��� THE BESTANTl-RHEUWATIG  l'Sr.(:!?,\l.(itA     ���     PLASTER MADE  i '.ff^\   EACM r^STEfJIN crl^cLED  ',; ^%}F:.-nK so<< pace rs^so m y��d f(  j-L.^'B --       "  ROL13 pRice'ioo        ci  /"tfiiirJ&TVPJSa  DREW,  Proprietor.  Fort Steele.  Now Open  1  Fort Steele will have railway  communication- this year', is a  port of entry, and is the town  where the Dominion and Provin-  . cial' Government offices are located.  . *    *    *  The   Port Steele  mineral district of South East Kootenay  is  ��� the largest  mineral district iYi  British Columbia.    That.it  is  a  mineral district in  all  that the  name  implies  has been  demonstrated   and  proved  by the output of silver-lead from the North  Star,   St.   Eugene and" Sullivan  ���   mines, which have shipped7 over  35,000  tons   of   ore.   valued   at  1(1,500,000.    The  largest bodies  of coal found  on   the American  continent   are   situated   in   the  Port Steele district.  *   *   . ��������  The  coming   season   will   no  doubt be the'beginning of an era  of increased prosperity  in  the  Fort Steele district.    Heretofore  the ore  producing   mines   were  limited to the inadequate  means  of      transportation,      "a     line  running  east aud west through  the    district'1    consequently    a  large portion of the district  has  been laboring under a disadvantage in  not  being able to show  and  prove by actual  shipments  that we   possessed   more   than  three valuable mines.   Now with  the advent of a  railway north  and south through the Kootenay  valley, riiany thousands of   tons  pf    rich   ore will   be   shipped.  Among the mines   that will   become producers and shippers, as  soon.as the railway is completed  are,the Wynstay,   Blue Grouse.  Waterfall,     Old    Abe, : Estella,  Dibble,   Carbonate   group y and  several other properties,on Wild  Horse and Tracy creeks.  *    *..'.. *  When the railroad is completed through the valley, extending  nor��h   to   the   Windermere   district,   the   vast mining interests  Night Was Her Terror.  ������I would cou^h nearly all nightrlong'.'  writes Mi-rf. Chas. Applejrute. of .Alexandria, Ind:,'"ancl could hardly get any  Muop. I had consumption so bad that  if 1 walked a block I .would cough  frightfully and spit blood, but/ when  till other iiiedicinos failed, three $1.00  hottlo of Dr.. King's New Discovery  wholly cured me' "and ��� f gained 5S  pound's." It's absolutely guaranteed to  cure Coughs. Colds. La (jrippe. Bronchitis iind all Throat and Lung troubles.  P.-ice oOc and $1.00. Trial bottles free  ill, A. W. lileasdell. Druggist.  Star  Kimberley,  <H.��W Drew, proprietor.  Ho!  i  le  ' 6 '  B.  .-"'C  '  KM PLOY YOUtt IDLE TIME      '  It's As Good As Cash.  "Work'al Uomc" is an idea that will  appeal to ilio.se who will have a good  deal of spare time during the coming  winter. To secui'e the services of such  the People's Knitting Syndicate. Limited, of Toronto are offering remunerative home work to be done with , their  Automatic Seamless Knitting Machine.  Their'* work that any one can easily  learn and could be done by different  members of the family according as  they had leisure���a good way to make  the idle minutes pay the rent and buy  the firing-. See their'announcement in  another column.  The  Waldorf  FERNIE, B. C.     t>LD TOWN  In   the    Supreme   Court   of  British  Columbia. v,  III the matter of the Water Clauses Consolidation Act. 1807. and the Companies Act, 1S97.  and in the matter of the Moyie Water Company  Limited.    '  TAKE NOTICE that an application will be  made io a Judire of the Supreme Court of British Columbia at the Law Courts liustion  Square in the Cuv of Victoria on Thursday the  lfct.li day of April. 1901, at the hour of 10:30  o'clock forenoon, or so soon theieafter as the  application can be heard foi the (,'raniiiitf of a  ccrtitlcate pursuant to Section ."it of the --Water  Clauses Con-olidation An iHtc to enable the  undersigned to constiuci and operate a waterworks sjsteni for supplying water in the unincorporated loe.'Uuv known as Moyie City.  This notice v as tir^t published on Thursday the Nth u.iy (,f Maicli   i<Mi.  TllK MOVIH  W.Vl'KH CO.. LIMITED.  IJv their Solicitors IMUVIOY A McCAUTER  10-li Fort Steele. H. C.  SPLENDID ACCOMMODATIONS  Sample Rooms for Commereial^Men  No Traveller Should Pass the Drjor.  The. trail, runs within ten feet of the house. Good  Barn and plenty of hay and grain. If you patronize tlie  Waldorf you will never regret it.  Port    Steele  o '  Brewing   Co.  'FORT STEELE,  B,  C.  MANUFACTURERS     and     BREWERS    OF    12XTR.A    FINE  BEER    %    PORTER  SOLD. 'BY- "THE   BARREL,'   KEG  .OR,'    BOTTLED'  f , ' i '  C j ' '  Bottled beer for family use a specially  '' '"       ' C ' "       '      . ' *''-���' C    ,  OUTSIDE ORDERS G WEN STRICT '  PROMPT AT^TENtVoN '  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED'  Sick & Mutz, Prop's.  ; .v  ��� F\  P. O. BOX 812  TELEPHONE  NO. 1  II.   A.   KANOUSB  <-*,  -    Rropri&tor.  VVfrOfflVfli^lflJVWlJMUiUVM  the B. C. ASSAY & CHEMICAL  *!-      48-    SUPPLY C0���.Ltd.  733 PENDER STREET.  #fr      Vancouver,    B. C     ^  We arc Manufacturers and direct Importers, and carry a  large stock of Balances, Furnaces, Fire Clay Goods,' Scientific  and Practical Books, Glassware, Platinum Goods, Acids,  Chemicals, and all-other Assayers' and Miners' requirements.  SOLE A&ENTS for Morgan Crucible Company, Battersea, Booker's Sons' Balances, Braun's Gasoline Furnaces, Etc.  Catalogue and full particulars on application.  Attention Hunters and  Prospectors.  lndiiin AfM'M. Oalliriiilli it- williri" to  ].uy tho -inn of >"5U0. j��^i' piiii-. tor  Mountain Sliuoii and Coal, oi- cither.  NOTICE. . / .  Take notice that, J' imend lo m.'ikc iiiipllen-  tiurilo tbij'CJoyf.-rrKii- in C'oiin>;iJ of t^ii; I.iouiin-  io.-i of Cinaila for j....] luisslooi i.o (-rcctanil  inaintain a l.rani.- t.ri.it;.: al. Wasa. IS. f.\ a (truss  tl.it Iv'oolona.v Illvcr (txi.crallnj.; Iron. I.oi, .".H,  Croup I. K'ooUtnay Ulsl.rlcL. 1.0 i.oi,il7l, Croii). I  KiRiicnay UlMrati.  Anil fimlH.'r lali.t nollc.it tlmi I liavit depos-  il.-il tliij plans, of Ih.t salil liriili/c' and a tluscrlp-  iion or ilie proposod sll.it with Miu llonoral.l.t  The Miij|M.<:r of l.'iinlic; Works of Canada ami  tl.ai, 1 hiivit coni|.)icd .with ihe provisions of  (.'liaiacri.-' li. S. C.   /  My applli.-iitioii is  jnailc mid.;r (,:iiaputr W  and K! of lint rovis.td SlaluKts of Canada.  ���N. HANSON.  d^niilKiJnHrilfirLnHrilnra  The Berliner  Prk��   ���  $15.00  iadadlac  a 16 inch horn,  j record! ,  READ.  THE .PROSPECTOR.  ���Ddbox.  McBride Bro's.  O v      rj i  0  Shell f Heavu Hardware  if  Stoves, Graniteware,  Or  Tinware  Powder. Fuse, Qaps  Paints and Oils.  Sheet metal work of all kinds  promptly executed.  Fort Steele  Meat Market  m  FRESH  and  R. W. ROGERS, Proprietor.  SALT   MEATS  ON HAND.  ALWAYS  Fresh Hulibut.   Salmon, Salmon Trout,, Bologna  Sausage.  Bu!loi1 ami Eggs.    Fish and Onnic in Season.  ���Fort. Steele  and  . Kimberley.  The Talking machine that talks���nines���plajti erery instrument���reproduces Sou��a'��  Band���Negro Minstrels���.string orchestras or church choirs.  . . l.he Berliner (..ram-o-plionc is louder, clearer, sweeter and simpler than any other  ralking Machine.-it any price���it plays cake wnllks, waltzes, marches and operatic selections, it sings (words n nt) inutic) of all the popular songs of the day as well as Coon (ones,  patriotic and sacred selections���it tells funny stories or repeats a. prayer.  The llcrliner Gram-o-phone is made in Canadat, e��ery instrnmeat is sold wilh a fire  Will last io yeara.  year's written guarantee.  The records are not wax���they are-hard, flat mud indestructible.  Write to us for Catalogue and ��ccord lists froe.       .    .  ANDREW   NEIDI.G  GONTRflGTOR     and    BUILDER  HOUSE'AND S1UN RAINTINt:.  CAl.0lMINl.Vll nnd l'Al'l-'.i; nANC'lI-NO  FORT STEELE, B-  C.  FACTORY: 347-371 aa��diiet St., Montrail.    EMANUEL ILCPT.Gintril afi*��f(r ftr Cmadi.  BERLINER, 2316 ST. CATHERINE STREET     -      -     MONTREAL.  HIGH WARDEN. &    SON.  3I0NEER   BARBER SHOP  ,Everyt.hing Slriefly Firsl,. Class.  AM   work  proiii])tly done. Next door to lite Prospector.  ���-ii'ii-, -i���i��..si*J"^*>*^"~'"'^^'i*-"'''^  ���ami THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, yB.,,K; 1901,:' ffff 'ti ���'{{���  '��������� 3  *###��^��5��SS&35&S5^Sg^^^  H. REIlNTEM^Ny  ''".���'-'-',''���- :V.:     ��� ' ��� ";."  -'' .'(,.".������...".���'. ���'< ���    -   '   ;,"������        ���.- j'.-  ���'���'     .''���'��� ���:   .<'.���'  ,'   .- I-' -" ������ ^ ��� 'f   Fort Steele, BIG.  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Trade Marks  Designs'  Copyrights &c  Anyone scnriliiK 11 sketch nnd dcscrlpllon inny  qulcltly uscoruiln our ophil.m free whether mi  lnve.nlInn in prolmbly iiiilenliil.lc. foniinuni.-u-  llniiHSirlctlyoontldetitlnl. 11 an.tbonk on' Patents  *(-nt. it.'..*. OhU'Kt iiireii.ty I'oi-suciirinjr puicnl;..  I'nlcnts ti.lleii throimli Ilium & c... receive  <t;��.-r(.iil untied; wllliout clmree, in tlio '  :;.-SdeMific Jfttierlcativ  A l.nndson.eJy iHufli-nif fld u'��ol;ly. T.nreost. cir-  ('uiattoii of liny Hfricruiflc journal. Tortus; $3 ^  veiir: four months, $1.  Scidbyail ncwBiicHlers.  JUNN&Co.36,Broa<1^ New York  Branch Offlce, fK5 F St., Wualiiliclon. D. O.  CALGARY FLOUR  -IS THE  BEST.  i F. 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Jl' il; i�� not nll'nifd mora than ivc  claim loi- it, una n.liuttcr^-Ii'ccrthan you can net lor any where near the .  price fi-om any ono else, relusu. it and ��-<i will |.ay all express eimrires  ourselves.   The."MONTROSE" Bicycle   d;Vc ttn  tit our Special. Agent'syssiniplci.'prU-.t!  of   ^* I Q'0'J  la the prealest Iwrcain in a l.ieyclo ever uffcral.   Ave (rnhranteiTil, wmal  'to any Mil wheel on (.he inai'kct,aiid you iie.il iiotneeiMit it 'iioi-pnrti .'.-nt  1  n!.i> ..i'.'l;    ,l fN   "."'l <-"l;|s tliis'inet. ,<.r ..mekly   inl.r.nluclnk-  .oiir ]��<)<�� .UOIHCI.S.   This oiler or u sample wheel ,.(. this low price is   j  niadeto'securo n. RIOER  AGENT in each town to represent i.s  .1.11(1 take orders.    Our.iirei.Lsniake m.ini-v I'asl,. 7:  SPFHlFln/lTinNQ   .l-'nmie, as. Sl'm-al inch; ladies, salneli'. "llest' :  arciiiriijH i iuno�� .sh,.n,.v avmnwi.ui.mi.- win. r..,-s-,.,i ,������,���������<-  lions   Hush joints improved expander device to fasten seat ....si, anil   i  ���11:1 Mdlo liai-j IJo.val^.ch crown; the eulelu-ali'.l 31iivIh liulisnutl luinirer���   .  Ihe easiest riinliiui; known; .Itec.r.l "A" li.es. Mm lust iiu.1 one of (lie   j  most expensive t.reson the inarkcC The genuine ��.| ,M,.��li,k.,.r llyci.-nle   '  sikIiIIo; pe.lalu, tools and accessories the best, ol.lainal.le.   lOuiiincleil in  .lack, nu.roon or coach e;i-eeii. highly llnished and ornnii.ente.l; special  n.ilshe.l inekelinj- ou all lu-lclil, parts.   We Uku-oukIiIv (est'evervplei-o  or iualcr.nl Hint (-c.es into this machine.    Our binding yenrVitiiiir-  ...ifco tion.l wlfii each hiryclc. '     ,  FHFF <r�� "!'-v "nt' ��'��dlnif the *!(;.��<) cash in full with order we will  ��� 11 Ul_ Kcnd tree a genuine Iturdiek- IIUWO niiln harrel pattern .-velo.  iclei:  or a high (rn.de floor pump.    Your monev all l.aek iryotl'nro not  . erlcelly Ki.tislle.l.        7 - .   ���      ,- : ������      ',;.  OHFAP   "iSfHFFl 5'  Wo do not miihufacl.nrc the cheap11 ile'nart-  .���,���,,.������   . ,���   T   ,    , "1'U.Wi, ment.si ore kind of wheels, such as .nun v neiv  concctns. a iiII.Ik supply houses advertise 11.11! sell as high grade.' Ween 11 furnish ihem,  however, at*.. Jo *7 stl-lpp..!: or��9.7.-. t.V��l2..Ml co.nnlele. We do not uiii.rnnt.ee nor re..,,,,,:  mend (hem. ICI'.MllClj OIM��KKI> (; a hleyelel.of ���,.,- one els,-7no matlerwho or h���w  eheap, ivril.. lis unit let us loll you liov- much we inn save. von on (hi, same inaelil.,,.. ���  '"'UNABLE tO   BO Y a wlle(,! weo��n assist yon to KAIf.V A IIIOVCI.K h.Vdis  THE  cnamDeyi Mils  SOUTHERN' BRITIST COLUMBIA  ���/. '    ': (Kootenaus and Vale) : !  n each town for this purpose.   "We have sev  tril.utiiigeal.:ilogui.sfoi-usa n-wdnvs.   ^Vc need one person  ral hundred SK(;<1M> I1A.\J> WlIKIOI.S taken in I rade-Khleli We  i1T��,'i5,i.'iu,t.,,,t.?l!..ti>,!?.1J,,!'l0,,s "'so "o��i�� s liopworn samples and ;w models verv cheap, fiend for ll��rKalnl,M:  /uVK I bLlAUlLHl Islliuiucstioued. ,\\e refer (.0 any 'lunik or business house in Chicago, or any express or  &iir.��.'ii! ponipany. Wo will seiid youletteiH of reference direct from (he largest Kinks in Chicago if von wish It.  SFlllr YllllR llRnFR , "J; ,T1��S low-pricenndtlieseVpcei.il (crms oCshipment withoutdcpositwill  *tnH    IUUI1   UnilCn he withdrawn very soon.   C��r.aivc name of this paper. A  J. L* W1EAD  GYCLE COMPANY, Chicago*III.  The; Chamber'of Klines win is l-hor-  Oliohlyi'iiliiililo (rori-.'spoiKl.'iit.s in tivi'i-y  ���0;ini]) in'liho-'iiisl.i-icl.s of lOiisl. .itinl XVi-sl.  'Kool.p.riity niid; Villi' to wl.ioni rrii'is mtililo'  <;.onipoii.sution will .be imid for llioir  survictis.-.    .... ���."���''.  . (.'orrcfipoiideiHls will lie expe.tl.'d lo  fur'nisli.t.he Chiiinlierdf 'M'ine^.wil.b all  (levelopiiieiit, o'oino- on at. the mines; j  the : iiiSlalhi.tifiiiy of ni;n-.liiiu>ry, ' shi|i-  inenl.s of oi;e and v'.-tlue.'-yjiiiil. o-e 11'e.rally  sueh iieww ;ts will atlriuil, Ilie ;'i,l lenl ion  of capitalists itiid. e'aiise. tliom to ii::,es-  l.io'itle and invest. , '  .Aii)i)ii"ttioiis to be.��� til.lr.'ss'.'d lo.:!ie.-..  . ('ri:.\Mni-;i; ofmixI':;^.. ,     '  ... Sovithern P.i'itisli' (���', ilnr.ibia.  (lvoo'en i.ys and N'ale)  P. O. ] !ox :,7H. JIOSSL A ND. J.!. (J.  O'l LSE ��&  - .���'���'   '  '     ���" c; '     :.   ���'. . sy ,..������' ��� -.  CONTRACTORS  All;  Kinds   of   Brick   and   Stone   Work  KlilGKaiid LTME For Sale. ;������*"*:: PLASTERING;'Promptly Doni��;  fl  . .   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v-fl'ir: four months, 51.  Scidbyail ncwBrtcHlers.
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THE.
MONTROSE BIGYGLEJllFREE
on awroval to .your address WITHOUT A DENTIN  ADVANCE.
'. &END US YOUR ORDER, state ■u'l.other.you ivisli lady'sorninn's
wliecli Kn-eeolor. height of rrnmo .md po.iriv.-into.l .ind IVR «'"II.I, Sim*
T1II.V\VIII.:i-;i...(J. o. I), on approval, nllovvintr you to iinenite uit.l ex-
lllliilie it fully l.ororo you ncvopt it. J I' il; is not all' aiid more than n:(.
claim lor it, .mil a hut,ter.vhcer than you can pro!, for any where near the .
prleo from any ono else, refuse it aii.l wu will pay all express ehnrires
ourselves.   The "MONTROSE" Bicycle   «fc.| o en
"<ii",15..i?,'fl<l<;!?A  Ajront's   sample  price  of   ^» | Q'0'-'
Ghamoer^pT Mils
SOUTHERN' BRITIST COLUMBIA
{ c     (Kootenaus and, Vale) y '
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'to nny Mil wheel on tile iliarlcei,>M.l you ne.il n.,(. ai.ci.pt it aor pnrn <
',.-Vi1.1 .'l',\""•. H'"1 Itasw.. r.-present.    We are K.Vdl.l'SI VH ltlt'lVC
'nJ^^.LiA'J? iw?.K-,,|i'   """ u,]:(! tllis'inet. ,<.f oiiiekly   inl.roiluiliiK-
.oiir ]»<)<» .UOIHCI.S. This oiler of n sample wheel at. this low price is
made to'secure, «. RIDER AOENT.in e.-.cl. town to represent im
.1.11(1 take orders.    Ourairents make n.on.-v last.
SPFniFlfiSTinNC'•'I''n",l°-:" '-'""'-l''1,"',l: ladies.S21MCI1'.   Host
OrCillTEUK I IWnO. Khclhy s ilw tul.lni.- wK.li l'i.i-(-,-,l .....n,,.,-.
tlons. Ihisll joints, improved 'expander (levlee to fa.sl,...i si-a(; pn'sl, ami
handle liar; i!„yal Mvi> erow.i; tin'-eulelu-iileil 3IiivIh liulisniid ImiiKvr—
tlie easiest riniiiini; known: .lte.-..r.l "A" Ores, (lie l*vt liu.l one of (ho
imis|.ex-pensiveti.esonl,heinarlu.|.. The Kenuilie *-l ,M,«l..i;,-r llycl.-iilo
pedal.., tools and ..eeess.trles tliehest. ol.l.tiuahle.   lOmtiiieled in
saddle;
l.laek. ninroon oreoaeh erroeii. iiiirlil.v llnislied and oriiniiiente.l; special
llulshc.l iiiukcliiiK tin nil tu-lulil. parts.   \\"e Uioi-ou--■ '- ' "
■ouirhly.tcsf.'every pier-
Our l.iiiilinxr 3'enrV iciuir-
c.r nialerinl that (teen into this machine.
iittlee t.on.l with each hiryele.
FHFF <<> «".v »ne sendint.-the i»l(;.«() cash in full with order we will
1 IIUL, send tree a Keiiulue Jturdlek- IIUKJO niiln harrel patlcrn rvclo.
nielei:  or a hl^h (rrade floor pump.    Your monev all liaek ir yoll'nro not
perlecltv Kiilislled. . - '   ■      . :        ■■■'.(..
HHFflP "iSfHFFI 5' We' (I.i not iniihufactilrc the el.enp11 deiiart-
. ,, v*fllfc,MS^ DinhLLda. mentslore kind of wheels, such iisinnnv now
eonecrns a iitl.le: supply houses advertise „„(i .e(..i| „s j.j^i, ,-,...,d,>.' w....-„n riirnish ihem,
however, at*., to W slrlpped: or«9.7.-. ti.'H2..',(l eoiiuilete. We do not (iiiiirnnteo nor reeom-
iiiuml them. ItMFOIdj OIM»KKI> (; a l,l,-v.-l.,].of anv one els.-:'no luat.lei-.wlio or how
cheap, write m<_ ami let lis loll you liov-mueli we inn save you on (1... same inaeliln
J' i«'». IIMARI F  in   RIIY'n wheel weeanaisistyun lo KAIf.V A IIIOVCI.K h.Vdis-
,,,. , .,-, "'■<■• u"','*l!-'" *W •*•• ' triliutins-entnloCTi.sfoi-iisa r.-wdavs. We need one person
■ 8n enell town for this purpose. V ehave several liuudr,..! KI-X'OM* I1A.\J> WlIi:i:i.S tnken in trade wlileli Wo
Kvill close out at #l>ti> #10 encli; also some shopworn samples and v.'!" models very cheap, fiend for llamal... I.Nt:
fiVJl Jf ELIAKlI.l'I ^ Is uiuiucstiolicd. ,\\ e refer to any hank or l.uslllcSs house in Chicaco. or any express or
(railroad company. Wc will send you: letters of reference direct from the largest hanks in Chicairo ifyou >vlsh it.
SFlin VflllR (iRflFR J*"'".5'.- Tins low price and thesc'rpeeiiil term* otsliipnient withoutdcposltwill
QCIIU    lUUtl   UnllCn he witbdrnwn very soon.   CWHIvc[name of this liapcr. A
[  J. L* W1EAD GYCLE COMPANY, Chicago?in.
Tin:-.Chamber of .'\linc.s wiiius l.hor-
oiio'h'lv i-ijliiililo -tii >rn is| join lei i l.s in civory
•Oiiii'iji in l.heydisl.i-icl.s t.i' l-I;isl. .itinl \\r.,-sl
'Kool.p.ruty nnd; Yak- I.o whom reus uml.le
(.•.oiii|)on.siil,ioti will lie [iiiid for Ih.-ir
services..    ... „'.--'    '.
.'- (.'orrefiixiiideiHis will lie exjieel.-d lo
fur'iiisli.t.lie Chuuiber of 'M'ines.wil.b nil
(levelopiiient. o'oi.ii^.'tiii at.V the • iliiues;
tlie : iiiSl.a!!ii,t,ifiiiv of inaeliiiu>ry, ' s!ii|i-
nienl.s of ore aud value., and . o'en'e.rally
such news as will a'.lrael, Ilie ,'i,l lenl ion
ofcapil.alisl.s itiid. e'anse. t.li'Oin to ii:: :-s-
l.io'itle and invest.. , '
■,'Aii]j)i«"tlioiiti I.o be, tddr.'ss-d lo.:!ie....
. ('ri:.\Mni-:i; ofmixI'::'^.. ,     '
... Sovit.hern P.ril.isli'(' Jlnr.ibia.
(lvoo'eii iy« and Yale)
P. O; ]!ox :,7H. JIOSSLAND. J.!. (J.
PILOSE &CROPTS
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CONTRACTORS
All;  Kinds   of   l^rick   and   Stone   Work
IHlilGK 'and LTME For Sale. ;■■*"*:: PLASTERING;'Promptly Doni»;
. .   TO THE DEAP,
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A ricli.'1/uly.cured of her  Dc;i,f-
ness ancl Noises in (Ik;. IIend l»y
Dr. Nicholson's Arj.ilieiiil R;ir-
DruiiiSj gave SIO.OOOTo (.his Jn-
sUUitu. so Uiiil:- deaf people tillable,to procure (he Ear Drums
niay have Ihem free. Address
No. ,i-(HIS. T.hp . Nicholson '. In.
si it uie, 780. Eighth Avenue,
New York, U. S."Ay      '*;
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CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS,
COPYRIGHTS AND DESIGNS.
[ Semi yonrl)HSincM<Hrc<:t toAVushincton,
saves titius.coats len.s, better service.
My office cloie to V. S. Patent Office. FREE prellmln-
J ary examinntiom made.' Atty'v fee not due nntil patent
J li Bccored PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN—19 YEARS
f ACTUAL EXPERIENCE. Book "How to obtain PatenU,',*
I etc.; sent free. Patents procured through E. O. Bigger*
ireceive   spocial    notice,   without  charge.   In   the
INVENTIVE   A<QE
iUtutratol monthly—Eleventh year—terms, $1. a year.
F R SIGOERS ^s°^at .sn^*wc?;
L. U.UIUUL8BU,WASHINGTON, D. c. >  THE PROSPECTOR. FORT STEELE, J3. C,  1901  4  i,  V  FORT  TEELE  *  I- r  The Mining Center of tlie District of South East Kootenay  ���.-.ii  ���A  I h4.'i  Is.  I  I  In ���  Is?' ���'  IM   '  . i   i  I*.  ' v  ���f  The Largest  Mineral Areas,  and the Most *a.  t i  Extensive,  Goal Fields on the  American Continent  are Situated in  South, East Kootenay  n&ral, map  ���s jgB��s��C"  ��5v'.,i^VoftLj2it����  Agriculture  t <���  " Grazing and the  Lumber Industry  are Prominent  Features,of the  y   u  District.  ' i      * ' '  'it '    i   y f   , (  , <      * . * i      <i  i * ' i '   i ' i     ^  K  lit  i;  The   Crawford   Bay- aiid   Fort   Steele   Railway   will   be   constructed   this   year.  The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway, Recently Surveyed, will pass through  ?ORT  STEELE  And    Tap   the   Greatest  eral   Oelt   of   the   District  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  ��i  >raitn  Tawiisite Office  SIMMS /  THE PROSPECTOR, PORT STEELE, 13. C, MARCH 30, 1901.  ��to ^Ko&pzzkox.  SATUJtUAV, .MA I it'll  .'!().   1'MlJ.  "Stop That Horse:"  ������Rto]> "that horse!''" Tho" cry  I'liiif; ou( on tlio busy street A  few blocK-s .away, il boy had  struck ;i horse that was standing  fjiiielly, just lo see liini start.  Ho had started, imd now everybody on the si reel, and none  niore anxious lliau the boy, was  1 Tying lo slo]) liim.  11' iho cry had "one  up, '"Slop  lhat   example!"    people     would  have thought it the ravings oi* a  maniac.    Yet somewhere.on lhat  stroot was n man Unit had��'Slart-  ed something worse Ihun  a runaway horse,     lie had   started   a  habit    in     lhat     boy,     by    his  example, that all tho town might  never be able to slop.  And  if" some one  hud   cried,  < ''St'ip that boolr!1' no one would  have  suspected   Unit  the writer  of   a   hurtful   story    had   been  brought to see that he had started an evil, influence  thai   might  novej- bo stopped.  If people .should cry out after  all the dangerous inJlucnccs that  need to be stopped, but" cannot  always, the street would bo a  baticl of sound,-,: "'Stop y6tir  . hast j- words!'- ''Stop that  thoughtless jest!" '-Stop thai  ribald song!"' "Stop my pernicious, leadership!"' Instead of  lotting loose frantic horses,, and  mad dogs, and wolves, let us  try lo start doves, and angels ol  blessing, good influences that  will need -no stopping.���John  Eranklin.  Through tho Dark.  oSome years ago 1 stood at the  mouth of one of the Chicago  .tunnels, showing my little' son  tho dark passageways under tho  'river. As he peered info tho  darkness lie seemed frightened,  and hekVmy hand with'a firmer  ,   grasp.       ��    '  I said lo him, "You would not  dare go through that 'dark,  gloomy place, would you?"  * Looking into ' my face confidingly,' he replied. ("Papa, if you  would go with mo, *and T could  hold your hand, T would not be  afraid."  His childish faith and confide.ice that ho was safe while  clinging to his father's hand was  a lesson to mo that I have never  forgotten. Lt. has taught me  that, no matter how dark and  rayless "a pathway 1 may bo  called to pass through, or what  doubts, trials, and difficulties  con I rout me, there i.s One who  says, .'���Fear thou, not, for I am  with thee; be not dismayed, for  I am thy God. E will strengthen  thee: yea, I will help thee: yea,  E will uphold thee with tho  right hand ol" My righteousness". ^-Di\ O. F. Presbrcy.  ASSP.SS.MJINT     \(T    AVI)      1'1'OVI VI Al.  ur\ i:sl"i: t\.\ a< "'  nin.iiN   J)i\i-.io.n    or   lUsr  I.HM1 III.   I.  Kll.l I I NAY  NOTICi: IS lll'll III ��IU II III .1(1 ulll .III I Willi  i lie Si.it in. v. Hi 11 I In' J'i ii viiii i.i I I Ii. \ t Mm-  T.l\ tlllll .til 1<IM S J. \ I. .1 Until I  111.' AnM'ss-  ni'-lil Acl uiu now dur loi llu m ,ii I111!      All (il  till' llllOVl -1I.IIIJ. .1 t Urs   . (,11,'Ll I l.K     Hltlllll    III.  Snullii'iii Uli imuii ,il nisi Jv,.on li.i\ Ills-  till t, tllO ]J,lV,lljl(' .It MIS lllll.'.- .11 111. Cullll  IlOIISL".  I'"..ll   "-I. I ll' .  Assessed l.ixcs .11.'i (ill. (lil.l.   .it   Ilie  follou-  iu>r i.ili's  \ i/   ���  . Ji |. -id mi ��i Iii line Ilie Iiiiii .Inn.    I'Kii  'I'll!. C-lllll|S ol Kill' |ll r II 111   C II i cil pro],i m  Ti,(i .mil <ine-]i. ill pei tint on tie nssi ssi I  v.iIik ul Milil 1 mil  .Jieli.iir ol .mi |i. i (inl on pi is. hi, il pin  net IV.  I'jinii sin li rM . ss nf Im (.mi  Cl.VssA ( Hi one III.HIS.mil drill,us uiiil nr.l  . \< i ciIiiih tfii 111.mis mil doll.lis. .me pit  . el.t , up to lilt,- llioiis mil iloll.lis .niij tun  pel i eiu on tlie 11 in ilmlei  I I Vhs II (in len Uiinis.iiul .loll ns ,mil nnl  . \'( ui iIIiik t\\"lil\ llioiis,mil .loll,us iiiieiinil  om alil.lf pei eenu, up to |ell tllliusilllll  ��� lull,Us anil | .\..mi,1 on. r|i,ill pi i lent mi  the ictil.iin.l.-i ������  Cl.vssC On limits I hulls, mil ilollnis .mil  not i M'eeillinr foin Uioiis.iinl .lolluis i��.,  mill (mo-hull pei ci nl up lo l\w iit\ lllolls-  'inil ilollnis. .mil ilnee pei e. nt ou 111. le-  m.iliiilci  Cl.vss I), On .ill .ilie is in ijxn'ss oI fuit\  llioilsilllil ilollnis Ilm e pei (i ill. up to  foi \\ tliiiusiiml ilnll.iis .mil One. .mil on,-  li ill pei eent. on tin  ieiii.iln.Jei.  If palilon m .iflei' 1st ,lul\   ili'M  Koui-IHtlis ol oui' pei eent   on ie.il jnopei t\  -Thief  pel   cent    on   111.'   ,lss( ss(.il    v.lltle   ill  ~vv Oil I.i ml  Tliiee-iiu.il K 1 s 01 oik  peiionl    on   piisou.il  piO]ieil\ r ,   "  Ou so iiuic-li ol tlie lllcoiiit' ol unv poison .is  i'mti ils one llioiis mil doll.iis, m .iciouliuiee  .with tlie folloulnir ol.i.s'-ilk'sitions: upon  such um'i'ss Uie l.itcs sli.ill be n.iinih  Ci.vss A -On one thousand doll ns, .mil noL  evci eiliiiK ion Ilious.ind dolluis one stud  (ino-lniU pei c-i'iil, ii]j lo live tliikistud  doll,us. ,iml un .md oiie-li.ill p( i lent on  the. mui.ilntli'i .  O, ' --  .! -On ten thousand doll.iis .ind   not  In   the   County Court   oi   Kootenay  Ilolden nt Fort Steele, B  C.  N'otu c is li< ii l>v iriw ii ili.it on I lie liltu il.i V  ol Uu einlji i I'Kiil it w.is on!'Kd I)', .1 A l.'oiin  I.ii; .lud^'i ot Hie sin,I Conn, til il .Linn s Kei-  ^iisou Ai nislioiiK Olllci.il Adiiiiinsn.iLoi of Uiu  Count v ol ICoolen.iv l.c .iiiiniinsli noi ol.tll.iud  sin;ul,ii the (,'oods, ili.iiuls ,iud cicillt. of  f'h ules W.il/ol Tint *s|. ele li (.' .Mliiei de-  i (.i.i ilr luiest.iH .  i:v n )), ison hull liU'il to ilie s.ud deie.iscd  is i. iiiiii. d lo iu.life ji.imii. nl Imlliu'illi tu tlit"  niiilt'islKiit d  I.viii pi ison linvint! in possession (llei ts (>-  liiiuyllij,'In 111. diicisid is Kijiilie.l loitlin.li  lo iiolllv tin  undo! signed  l.ii i \ en ditoi, or otlii i jieison. lining ,iny  i l.ni i ujioii oi Intel csl in Un disii lluiiion of the  in I-.'ilMl i sl.ile of I he s.ud dei eii sed ti'i(i|iiiu d  wlili, ii tliuli d.us ol Hi Is date to -.end l.v ickIs-  ti I'd Unci iiddiess. ii to (lie nnd'i signed, Ills  nam ' and addi. ss and lull p.utli ulais of Ins  i I,ilm oi inleiist and a staleineiii ol Ills ac-  i mini and Ilie naiuieol Ills seeuillv (If anv)  lit id 1,\ Iiiiii  ���AM. i the I'jipliiuloii of the said tliliu dtt^s  tin \iliiiiuisiiiiui!.;��l|| pioicfd with Uie dlslil-  liutl.li ol Hie estate having KK'iril lo tlioso  clniins oiil\ ..I winch he sluill have had not Ice,  Hid. d ul Km i Stei |i< this irtli il.iv of Jiuiuaiy  llnil  .1 AMI-IS PlIlifilJSON AK.MSTIIO.VO,  Olllclal Ailinlnlsii ilm,  " Toil Steele. II  ('.  NOTICE.  The IfilUsh (V.liiinlilii Souiheni Kallwitv  <'oiii]).iti\ nil] ,ijjj,!v to the I'.iili.iineiit ol Canada at Ms next Session fin an Act eMeiidliiK  tlietiin. viiilini wlniii |i iu,,v i onsti uci such  Iti.inclius fiom anj ���r Us lines not, t-.xceeiHi)�� in  .in\_pNii tasi tlmtv miles in length as aie from  tlmi mSiliiic .itiilioil/pil Ijv tin- (loveinoi in  f'ouiuil  nnd foi othei puiroses.  II   CA,Ml'liI'Xr. OSWAMJ  J"- Sec I ('Ml.v.  ov      ,' njf iw-eniv tliousand doll,Us   uui p.'i  teni . up to ten ihousniid doll.iis and time  ]i.'i cent  ou the lunaindt'i  Ci.vss  O -On  Lwciitv   tliousand dollais ami  not pvceedinj: loilv ilmusind iloll.tii   tin uu  1,1,1 t*\t(ll lUHn   IIIH1   1.1,Ills .....   l.L.11,l.S      wi.^L  pel cent up lo iweniv tliousand dollais,  and tin ce iind oik-li iif pel ( cut on llii) ie-  mamdei '  L'i,vis D    On all otlieis in onciss ol  fom  I'loiis.nid <loll.it .   Unec and  unc-hall  pei  cenl    ii]) to foi tv llioiis.mil dollais and loin  per (("ill   on tin- iLiii.iiiiilci  1'i.ov mi i.tl U'eveuiiu T,i\ ?! pel capita  Two pi-r cunt  on tlie .issc-sscd \ alue of otc 01  mini,!,il Ijc.ii iiif; subsl.Incus pajnljle (|ti,ii  i.iik'V, on  the  last d.tv of  tiiu  months of  M.ucli. .Imiti  Si pleiuhei and   Ucceinliei   in  each vu.ii  A  C   NT IS I.SON  o A^'unr anil C'ollt'iltii  l-'oil Steele. II C, .Innuarv nilli, iooi.  NOTICE.  TiiKcno'liic Lli.it Ihlilv diivs fiom the date  In icol 1 inl< ml to npply to the llououialjle the  Clii'I f'oinuii-slonei-of Lands and WoiUs lot u  spei i.il Hi euse to till and c.u i v itwnv liuibi i  livi'ii Ilie IclloMinxrli-scilljuri lands Coinint'nc-  lii(.' il a post planted on the west lj.tnlt ol KlU  ltivti aliout one mile 1101 th of ihe town of  ' (���iiiii1 i ii un i iv tlieiice Iu a noitliuilv dliecllon  aloiii; the we-,1 haul, or the IIII; liivci for a dls-  1 in e of two nillus tlicnte iu ,i weslci lv dliecllon ill) mils ihence in n soullieilv dliecllon  Iwo miles, tliencu In an easteilv dneulion ���:!()  i ods to plat 6 of bu).'innlnj; ,  Dill ed at Tein Iu   15 0. this ail h da v of Xo-  vr'niboi  A   1)' 1000  ,">!- O M lsoswowni  NOTICE.  N'otice Is liciehv ^'ivcn that jpplicatloii will  lie made In the l.eyislatiiic of the Pioviiice of  liiillsh Coliinilil.i at us next Session for an A< t  to iucoipoiate an association to lie known us  ��� TIII-I 1IIOT1SII rOI.UMHIA iMlNINO  ASSOCTATION'. the said assot union liclni;  toimded Im the follow iiij; pui poses, nainclv  I'Mist to jiioinote Uie aits and sciences connected wilh the c( oniiinic.il piodui I Ion of valuable minerals!! in) metals h\ means of meetings  foi the icadinir and discussion of Lfclinlc.il  p.ip. is iind the siiliseiiiienl illsti-lbiition of micIi  Infoiillation as may lie unlncd lliroudi tin1  ini'ditiiii of publication. Second the cslubllsli-  inent ol aeeim-al lercreuie llbini v nnd a lie.ul-  i|ii.irloi's for ihe jitiipose of lids oijjanl/ution  'I'lilitl. to hike (.onceited action upon such  mallei sits affect the minim.'and nictiillui'Klia  Industries of the 1'ioviiicc of Itililsli Coltimblti  and to ciicoiiia^e imd inonintc these ludtisli les  In all litwful ami lionouiabli'iiicniis,        ,,  IJ.ilOd ill Hossland    |l   f���   Dcfembcr  I Mil.  limn  OAI.V ,v IIAMII/I'ON,  Solicllois foi iippllciihU.  East Kootenay  Bottling Co.  Aerated waters  Of nil kinds.  Syrups,' Champagnes, Ciders,  Ginger Ales, Etc.  Soda  water  in   Mjihons.     Tlie 'nosi  eco 'omical way to liiindlc it  | I.S J   .1IHXRI fl. .fOI.V in. LOTB1XIICUK  CAVA UA.  PltOViNCIil OP HKITISII COT.TJMH1A  VICTOl.'IA   bv tlie^Oiaco ot God  ol tlie United  ICinudom   ol   Oit.il  Hi nam   .md   11 eland  * Qui i v  Dofunder of the Ruth  &c . &.(���   .^c  To Oui t.uthftil tlie MotnlJCis elected  to suivc  in    the     Legislative    AssumlJly    of    Oui  I'tovinee of Ui-itisli Columbia at Oui Citvof  W ViC'toua- Oitri.iisc.  A I'KOCLAMATIOX  11   A   ,Mvcu.A.\      I  TTTHJIKIiIAS We.ue  Duptitv   \tloine\-       -    \/\/      , ,  , , Gcnei.il I ^* Uusiiousand to  sohid as soon as m.ivlip to meet Om, People  of Oui I'lovtnuo of Untisii Columbia and to  havi tlieir advu u in Oui LPtrisl.ifjto  NOW k'N'Off V10  that loi dn eis causes and  ion-idi latious attd  taking into cons.deiation  ili't i.lse and eonv t'liicnco ot Oui Ioviuk subjects  We litive tliou���'ln lit   Ijv .md wnti Ilie advice ol Oui IOxucume Comiiil do liettov  convoke   and bv these pii'sents enjoin sou anj  cadi of \ou, that ou Thuisoav   the twciiiv-lust  d.iv ol J-'ebru.iiv. one tliousand nine bundled  and one, vou meet Us in Our said   Legislatuie  oi   '-"ailianient of  Oui  said  L'tovince, at Oui  City of  Vittoim,   FOJ.  TIIII 13ISL"*ATCU OK  UUSINCSS,  to treat   do   act    and   conclude  upon those things mInch in Oui  Lcfrisl.uuie ot  the    Piovinte  of   lliitisli   C'olunilJia    bv   the  Common Councilor Oui said Piovince m.iv   by  the f.noi of Ood  beoid.uned  J.n Ti.si imonv   Wiiniii of   We, have i.tuscd  these Oui Lettuislo he made JMtent and  the (licit Seal ol  the said J*i ovince to be  heiounto alll vud      Wiimss   the  Ilonoui-  able  Sii   Ill.Mtl (MjSiavi. .101^   ul.   I.m-  niMi.ni;    I\ C Al C.     laeulenatil-Oovernoi  of Oui said I'iomiicc ol   Hiilish  Columbia  in Oui   Cilv   of \itlona, m Oui slid L'to-  iime this seventeenth d.iv  ol   .lanu.iiv    in  the  vuai   ol  Out   Luul one thousand nine  bundled  and one   and   in the si\t\ -lout ill  veai of Oui I!eis,'ii  l.v Command  .1   D   I'UKN'TK'i;  i'lOl OH till   Si'Cliluri/.  'NOTICE.  Vouce is heiuljv hi von Unit iin amplication  will be made lolho Legislative Asseinbh of the  J'rov im e ol'liiitish C'oluiiibia. it ns next session  loi an net to incoipoiatu a coiupaiiv   with  powti toionslitict e.|iii|j   opeialu and   maintain a line ol i.tilwav ol statulaid oi  anv othei  Kii C'f to be operated In si earn   electilcitv, oi  ;in\  oilier motive powei, lor the curyinKOl  fieiuhtand passengeis liom a poinl ou or nc.ii  CiawfoidHiv.onlCooten.lv Lake, in the Dis-  tnct of West KooLciiiiv, by the most convenient and feasible rouie tlnoiifrh theviilley of  Ciawfoid   Cicolt   .and the vallev  or  the   St  Jr.ii v s River, to a point at or nc.ii Koi t SLecle  Iu    the   Distnul  of   Mast  Kootenav    in   the  l*iov!nce or lintish Columbia, and to build mid  opeiatc tiamvjnvs   in   connection   theievvitli'  with power to consttuet opei.itcnnd maintain  bi.inth lines nnd all necessitiv budges, toiuls,  vvavs.  letrics and othei  wotl,s    and to build,  own and maintain wh.uves iind  docks in connection therewith,   ami with powei   to build  ncqune  own   equip nnd maintain steam and  oihei vessels iind boats and opeiatc the sumo  on am naviff.ible w.ucis vvitlnn the Piovinco  and with  powei  to'build, equip, opetate iind  maintain tele<ri.iph and telephone lines in connection  with  the said  l.i'.lwny and  bunches  and to Kcnvi.iiu electricity foi supplv of heat  liijlil and power.md all and anv other'pitipose  mentioned in sections SO  Si   82 andSlol the  '..Watci Clauses Consolidation Act 18��7.' and' to  do uvei vlhinj,' nuccs-aiv and inckleni.il to the  cm vinst out  of all oi  anv   of the objects ic-  rened  to in   laid sections   and with powei to  e\piopiiate lands rot the pui poses ol the Com-  lJ.inv    and to ncijuno lands bonitsOs pnvilef,'Us  ot othei aids fiom anv Clovei mnetil   inunicipal  coi potation  oi oihei poisons oi bodies   iind to  lew   and culled lolls  fiom  all  othei  pin tits  usiny   and  on all ricijiht passing ovur.mvof  such     loads     i.nlwavs     uaiuWavs,    remes  whai ves and vessels owned in opeiatod bv   the  Coinpain     and  with  powei   to make tialllc oi  othei aiiantremenls wilh  i.ulway,  steamboat  oi   othei  cninpanies    and foi   all othei usual  uecessaiv oi incideni.il lights, poweisoi pnvi-  lcties in that behalf.      '  D.LLcd til ICislo H C.  this ifltii1 d.iv or Octobei   A. 1> . 1��00  WI1LALLKK A. MAKTIX,  ' Solititois foi thoApplic ints  NOTICE.  Take notice that llilttv d.tvs fiom the (lute  Iicm col J hit end to applv to IliCjllououiable the  Clih r Commissioner of Lands and Woiks fot :i  special license to cut and c.uij uwav limber  fiom the followhn,'(luscrlbi'd lands, Commencing 'il -I JJOlut al the south west coiner of Jyot  SIMS Otoup One J-:.ist Ivooleiiitv Oistiicl  runiilnj,'thente west WI imls: ihence north HO  rods, ihence west (NO iods. ihence uoith 2-i0  lods, thence east 720 tods, thence south .'120  tods to the place of benlnnini,'      t .,  Dated at Ferine, II C- thisWh day of No  vembei, A   1)   l!WI <  ���"���I r     L ,M  J-*ltOCTOK.  CANADIAN  RAILWAY  DIRECT   ROUTE  to  AI<L  POINTS  flnnnnnn-fTTTTTTmTTTTTTTmmTTTnnnTTnnrrnTTnnnnnTTnnnTTTTminTTn^  | CAPITAL WANTED.    I  I ^  |     To Develop |  | a  The Riqlx, Mineral      , j  I     Resources Of I  I    South East Kootenay. |  t Partially Developed,  | And Undeveloped Copper'  | And Silver-Lead  Properties  | Are Offered For Sale On  e Liberal Working Bonds.  |     FOR   REPORTS.   AND   INFORMATION; WRITE TO  I CHARLES   ESTMERE.  I Kimberley,   B.C. 3  liiaauuaiiuuuuuaiiuuuiiiiuauiiaaiiaiiUiiaaiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiUiir'iuauiiuuaui  \  The PROSPECTORS' EXCHANGE '  NO.   1   K.-W..-C.   BLOCK,   NELSON,   B.' C.  Clol'l.   Silvi'r-Lu.td   iiiid (_'o|)jji��r Minu-wuntod ittlliu   KXCHAXOE.  J'M'KK   Ml J.I.INC'   COLD   jirtipi-rlics  w.tiHud   ,u once for Ea^terii  _      in veil oi's.  9) r  (4 I'.u-tiL's  liuvi.li".   minino   pi-ojicrly   for  snlc  tire  i^qiicsicd   io  ,��nd  W)    siiinplob of their ore to Ihe E.YOJJANC'K foi- e,vhibitioii.  We desire,lo hour Irom  prospector*   who have  pvonii>,in<r liiinci'.i]  eliiimshi liritisli Colimiliiii.  prospectors,   .md   niiniii"   men  ;tre  requested   ro   nuik-e   the   KX-  (JHAN'CIC tlieir heiidtjiiitrtcrs when in Nelson.  All samples should he ^ent hy express. lJltKI'.\ 11").    ' '  Correspondence solicited.    Addres', all commiinicatioiis to  ANDREWF. ROSENBERGER,  W)     'Icluplionu Nd.   1(1/).      1*. O. II()\  700. NKJ.SOV, il.C.     il  EAST  and  WE��T  -     DTNINC! CARS'  F F RST   CLASS ' SLEEPERS  '    TOURIST CARS  ** i  o  Through Tickets  TO   AND  FHOM '  England, The Continent, Australia  China and Japan.  LOW RATES     *  QUICK TIME  For tii.ie-tu!>les. rates and full information call error address nearest local  .ijient  0. K. MANSPU2LD. A��t. Fort Steele.  KIMPTON   &   PITTS  r  WINDERMERE $t DONALD  General Merchatits  MiiiinQ supplies"a Specialty  Miners going northward via Canoe River Route will find it a'large  saving and convenience io procure their supplies at? Donald.  SOLE AGENTS for  .Canton   Steel Company  Windermere, Golden and Donald  Mining Divisions.  NOTICE.  IM'OVIXCI.W, M.C'm'rAUVS OFFICIO  TJ Is; IION'Ol'i; Un l.iciitin.inl-Oiivoiiini in  11 Council h.is ln'cn plciscil lo in.iKc tlie  follnu in,,' .ippiiiiitiii.'nl  ////( Dicrmlicr. MOO.  UOlll.lt I      I'll,I.llll'     (11   I'dolllOIOllh'll     I'.lsl  Iv.ii.ifii.iv, I0s.|iiiii' JI. I) in lie ii jcoionci foi  nnd wiiliin Un- I'kjv int'c ol lliuisli Coltiiiiln.i  EMULSION  The D. & L.  EMULSION  Is i' c I est jiicI mobt palatable preparation of  Co.l Liver Oil, agreeing with tbe most dt_hcate  LlOI'l^cllG  The D. & L.   EMULSION  Is proscribed bj   tbe  leading pbysiLians of  Cuii d.i.  The D. & L. EMULSION  Is a marvellous flesh producer and will ��ivc .'  '.you an appetite.   SOc. & $1 per Buttle'.       '  sii'rej-ou set |,   DAVIS & LAWRHNCE  CO., Limited, AK.htn.-al  CALGARY FLDUR  BUT BETTER THAN ANV other  In   the   County   Court   of Kootenay  Holden at "Fort Steele, B. C.  Xotui' is licicliv sivi'ii tii.il on iliu liltli il.iv  of Potuinljoi IWltl it vi.is oi iii ii il in .1 A ronn  I5s(i JmlKuol tin sud Cum t tint ,T.imi's !���'( i--  Kiisnn AimslioiiK Ollki.il Ailininisiiiitoi of tho  Cnunlv of Ronton.iv be .iiliutnisli Hoi ol,ill,mil  suifiiil.ii tlio kooiK (lutlt'Is .ind oirilit of  I'.isiju.Uc l',t.in,osliini_ ,ill.is Ki.niLi.sts .ill.is  Sliinn ol Tlie Loop" K.uhi.iv. L.iIh.uili cIl-  uo.isud, uiu suite  Kvli v poison iiKlulilod to tlio s,u,l do( I'.iscd  is loqiniod lo in.iUi j��.i\ nit nf loitliwitli to tlio  itndoisimitil  l.vt I V poison li.ivmi; m |inss. ssion ( Ifccls lio-  Ioivhik lo tin ilui.isul is imhiii'iI t.iiiliwitli  to nolilv tho iniik isi^iuil  1"V( i v ( Kdit.ii in r.tlioi ptison li.i'.mi,' ,inv  lI.hiii upon oi inti ust in Un ilisti ihutimi of till'  III ISOtl.ll tst,llc or 111.' s,||(| ([, (.(   |s((|  is  KlilllU'll  nullin tin11\ .1 ivs ol tins il no to scud liv l.vis-  tu.ud li-.ttui . ...d.l. i...ss'..-,l l.i, .In;   .I 1I(1l*rislfi 1 J('<I.   Ills  iiuiiH'. tiiirt itilili-ons nnd tin. full pnrt iotilui-.s Of  his claim of intci'osl.. niid 'ii suitoiiiciit of, his  iii-eouht, and tlio liuliyfo Of ilio sociirlty.'iif imyj  held liy him. , ''  '        .   .  After the expiration.or Uui.'siiUl   thirty  days  UieAdmiiii.sl.raK.i- will prni-coil wilii Uie.distribution  of the estulo   liiivini;   n-pii-il   to   those  clniins only'of -vvliicli lie sluill hiive Imd notice.  '. Daled lit, Kurt .Steele this IT'th d:i.v of .liiniiiii-y  miii. , .  .   : ..JAMKS KKRCITSON' AK.M.STK'ONC:.  . OJlK-jnl Ai.iiiiiiistriiU.r,  , I'^ort, Steele, li. C.  Notice is heielJV kivoii tli.it .ipplicniion -will  bo m.ide to ilia LoKlshitive Assembly of Hi ltish  Colmnbi.i nt its no\t session for ,111 Act to 111-  cuipoi.itc the "Rooteii.iy Conti.il H.ulvv.iv  Comp.iiiv with powei to constiuet equip op-  ei.ite ,uid ni.iint.iin ,i line or Huilw.iy ot stund-  ,ud oi ,inv otlir ��� K.iuito to be o]iei,ilcd bv  ste.im electi led v oi .inv othei power for the  l.iiiiiikoi lieiwlit ,ind p isseiiKeis  l-'IK'ST - Kiom Kotl .Steele to lOlho or some  oihei comenieiit point ou llioCiow s Ntcm Knil-  vv.iv betwien I'll'.o ,iud Wiidnei thence on  eilhei the ll.ist oi West suleol \\rii;w un uvei  oi bv the most convenient loute to the Iutei-  u.ilioii.il llound.uv Line  SI1CONI) - Fiom Foil Sicele to Windeimeie  bv eilhei ihe Fistoi \\resi side of the Koote-  n. i\ i hi i thence lo Hie town ol Gulden on Hie  m.iin Imeol the t'.iii.uli.iii I'.icillc U.illvv.iv. .Hid  to build mid opei.ite ti.uuw.ivs in ioiinectio:i  Uieiewith, with powei to construct opei.ue  .md maintain ln.inch Hues ,ind all necessary  bndiiis mads wavs femes mid othei woiks,  and to build own and maintain wli.it ves and  (loi Us m connection lliLiewlth and with powei  to build ,ici|inie and iii.iint.i.u steam anil othei  vissels and bouts and lo opu-ato the same on  the Kooleiiuv Ulvei fiom the lnteiniition.il  Hon nihil v as lai -with as the said nver miiv be  oi m.iv be made nav urable  Also to autlioii/e Ihe said Kooicnuv Centi.il  K'.nhiav Conip'inv to build equip, opei.ue :md  mainlain tclcKi.iph and telephone lines in connection with said l.ulvv.iv and blanches, nnd to  ffonoi.ito electi u itv for the sunplv of heat  li.'ltt and power, iind foi all niid cverv othei  pin pose mentioned in Sections SO SI S2 nnd 8.1  of the ' ��V,itci Clauses Consolidation Acl of  isor and to do cvervtbins,'necess.ii v and incidental to the e.uiviiiK out or all 01 inn of the  obj.'i ts ufei ml to in s.ud sections  \lso lo invest s ild Coinjianv with powei to  o\piopi i,iti> lands foi the pin poses of the C'om-  p,tn\ and to ,n ipiue lands bonuses pnvilefies  oi oilu i aids liom anv Goveinmtnt Mtinu ip.il  Coipoiatioi' oi oH'or poisons oi bodies���Also  to lew and lolled tolls fiom all pui lies usinj,'  .ind on all fieitthl p.issiny: ovei auv of such  loads i.nlwavs tiainwavs funis vv halves  and v( ssels owned oi opei Hod bv the ('oinpanv  and with pcjwor !to, m.'iUe tnillle or other ur-  runifeineiits with j'iiihvuy.: steiiinbont or other  Companies, and for all other usij.ul necessary  ritchfs. povvtrsor privil.-i,"js in that behalf.  Further lo empower the said Company to acquire and operate, mines, concentrators, smelters or refineries'in- tho. neighborhood of or iu  any part, of the territory naturally tributary to  its railways..  ... 1 luted at Korf Steele', li. C... this Hth day or  Pecember. A. FJ. 1000.    .  .1. A. HARVEY     I  ..���'!��� Solicitors for Applicants.  Wm. R. ROSS       \       ��� i.    "���    .. ....  '���'.'''��� ''   I!  J. S. CARTER,  Dis. Pass. Agt. %  Nelson.  B. J. COYLE,  A. G. P. A.  Vancouver  Agents at Windermere  for the California Giant Powder Co.  'The   Milwaukee7  A r.imi'iur name for the (Jliicat>;o,  "Milwimkoo iVi St. Tatil Hiiilwity. known  all over Uie Union it", the Great Railway running the ������Pioneer Limited."  trains every day and iii^lil between St.  I'aul and OhioaoO. and Omalui and  Cliicaoo. ������The only perfect train", in  tin' world." IJndersUtnd: Connections  are made with All Transcontinental  Lines, awn-iny to |)!tsbcii��ur�� the best  ser\ ice known. Luxurious coaches,  electric liohth. htciin iicitt, of a verily  equaled by no other line.  See that your ticket reads via "The  .Milwaukee" when KOinir i0 ilnv point  in the United States or Canada. All  ticket agents sell them.  Kor rates, pamphlcLs or other  informal ion, address.  .1. W. Casey, C. .1. V.nny.  Ti.iv IMss AKt. Clenei.il Ageiit,  SKA'rTr.E, WASH.    POHTI.AND, Oii  | N. HANSON, J  ���^ General MerchaHt AND 3  "^ .       Lici��or- Dealer. 3  Tho Most Complete Health Resort on  tlie Continent of North America.  Situated iiiidstS(enei v urn it.illed forOi.indeui  Halcyon    Hot    Springs  UiMiniK "^'"^'Qanitarilim Resident J'hv-  .vi-.M'uisions ottiiiidiium siu,���lA N���,^.  ll.ilc.von Springs.  Arrow Lake. 1>. ('.  In I. leis'i.iplnc coiiimiinic.illon  with all ijuus of the hoi Id  Two mans arrive and depart every day.  IViins, *l.s   t(J  $18   per week, nc'cordinir  to residence in  Hotel or Villus.  Its Ilatlis Cure all Nervous imd Muscular  Diseases. Its Waters Meal all Kidncv Liver  and Sloniach Ailments. "  ^     Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber,       A largo assort-     3  j|r ment of seasoned Lumber and "Shingles always 3  ���~: on hand. ' p3  != DIMENSION     LUMBER     A     SPECIALTY. 3  |      WflSfl.--.--BG.      |  iiiiiiiiiiiaiaiiuiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiisiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiaiaii        ^.-   JUST    RECEIVED  Assorted Car of Best Brands of Flour   and   Meals,  etc.  Plour, PuLont Hungarian and Strong Baker.  Rolled Oats, Cracked Wheal, Wheatletts.  Cornmeal, Buckwheal Plour, Split Peas,  Navy   Beans.   Lima Beans, Pol Barley." etc.  c  Bran    Chops     Shorts     Oats      Hay.  PloulAvood Tea. a pure article iinporled direct from Ceylon  try it once and you will use no other  J?  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  Fresh   Breakfast   Bacon,   Hams  and   Dry Salt Side Bacon  Biiltor a nil Eggs  POTATOES   and, CARROTS  FIREWOOD all lengths to suit all stoves.'   '  |    THE   FORT   STEELE  FLOUR and FEED STORE  E.G. MILLER, Proprietor POST OFFICE BOX 836.  1W' All goods guaranteed and prices also as bem<>- conorM  Send in orders. - ��� .       ��,' , .' I. '.  frs'-y?  VfE 'PROSPROTOR, FORT STEELE.  B. C, MARCH 30,   11)01.  k\  J:"  %  if'.  5  I.V7  l^-.-l  IP '  IS  It  $*"  fa  Ui'  m  ii'  1  vA  1  ��lj�� $}V0&p2JCkOV.  SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1<)01.  | LOCAL NEWS. |  .MtUlAiilliillliltllilllllliltl^I'mUiliAiiiiA  T. C. Maclaughlin,   Hamilton,  was at the Invperial on Monday.  The proposed increase of the  capita tax from f?3 to s?fi, is not  viewed with much favor in the  mining sections of tlie'Province.  Mining conditions in the Fort  Steele distinct are most encouraging.  Charles Estmere of Kimberley  visited Fort Steele ou Sunday.  From a private letter, it is  learned that Ned Bray, was at  Monte Carlo about the 1st of  March.  Al. Jones returned  from Kimberley on Thursday.  ��� R. O. Jennings returned  from  the Deane mine on Thursday.  A. Campbell. Kimberley, was  registered at the Imperial on  Thursday.  Get your job printing done  at  Thjo Puospkctoi* oilice.    ���  FOR  SALE  (.Vmsistiii" of 2^.'! a.-i-es ol lioHoin Itinil  nine mill's noi't.li west ol Fort, Steele on  iin- Kootenay I liver. Title pei feet.  l'Yt"'e<l. dwelling liouse, stable, caltli.  slictls. rtiot I1011-.C. etc. For particulars,  iijip.y to l'\ A. I'.ALIO. I'. O. I'.ox No.  S10. l-'ni-t Sicdi', li. <-'.  Home Work.  S. A. Fuller of Bonners Ferry  was a visitor at Steele on Thursday.  We claim that tho D. \- L. Menthol  Plaster will cure lumbago, baclcaclie.  sciatica, or neuralgic pain- quicker  than any other remedy. Made by Davis  ^ Lawrence Co.. Ltd.'  Doctor King, Cranbrook, paid  <a professional visit to Steele on  Thursday.  Arthur Fenwick came up from  the ranch on Thursday.  N. Hanson, Wasa. was in town  on Thursday.  *   C. M. Edwards.was in town on  Thursday.  A. McLaughlin, Montreal, was  doing business at Steele on Monday.  A gang of men are  grading'on wagon road  the river. ��  at work  west' of  Wi1 must have at once a iitiin-  lii'i' of reliable persons, anil  lamilh's in this locality to work  for tin whole or .spare time.  Hood wnsjes paid. No canvassing.    Write for position t(i.l;i\.  People's Syndioate Dept. A.  l'lir-Vonim Street.      TOUOXTO, Out.  TEfl.  6EYL0N  AND  INDIA   ,  GREEN    OR   BLACK.  Is   Economical   Tea.  Its   greater   strength   combined , with   its   absolute  purity make it the best lea on the market.  IF your grocer does not keep it, he will, get it rather  than lose your Irade.  ASK    FOR    ITT.  Professional.  li.   E.   Cooper,  registered  at   the  Tuesday.  Toronto,   was  Imperial ',011  Chas   Burt.   Nelson,  town on Monday.  was   in  Albert Banks came down from  Perry creek on Monday.   ,  ��� F. R. Ella and A. D. Dodd,  Vancouver, were registered at  the Imperial on Monday.  Ranchers should be securing  their seeds. The Fort Steele  Flour & Feed Store have a limited quantity left after delivery of  orders, of seed pats, "wheat and  peas, timothy, red clover and  red top. ���*  ��� Mr.   Sheriff has secured   the  'contract for  repairing the Wild  Horse bridge.  Keep your eyes on Fort Steele.  < 1.All conditions appear to favor  a large and rapid development  of our mines during the coining  year.  Mrs. Harry Kuineman, on  Tuesday, returned .from a vi.-,it  to Portland. Oregon.  Anything which tends to show-  that a newspaper is appreciated  by the trade away. from home  must prove beneficial at home:  and will encourage home patronage.  Vaccination is now-iu order.  Mr. and Mrs. T. F^enwickcame  up from the ranch on Wednes-'  day.  Colonel"    Henderson    was , in  town on Wednesday. ��  Constable' Barnes      returned  rfrom Golden .on Wednesday.  ��� R. L. T. Galbraith' and J. A.  Harvey returned from a visit*, to  Windermere, on Tuesday.  There is no truth in the report  that the C. P. R. had received  concessions to induce it to.withdraw opposition to the Crow's  Nest Southern.  J. F. Armstrong, government  agent, went to Cranbrook on  Wednesday.  A large number of fruit  trees  , will.be planted in tho  Kootenay  valley this spring.   <  Jules Hurel of Kimberley was  in town on Thursday.  Fort  Steele  Flour  and   Feed  Store can  supply  bran, shorts,  ,oats and all  kinds  of  flour  and  meal, hay baled or loose.        *  John Houston, M. P. P., representing the Nelson riding, is  now asking the Provincial legislature to build the Crow's Nest  Southern.1  The football team i.s now  practising for a contest,wilh a  Nelson team.  Make your living in your own home  easily���at your leisure! We have a  new and profitable plan. Write us.  denil j our udilretis on poit canl and w ��� v. Ill send you partial.  Un   Pioi'Lit's Sv.mjicatk, Doyt. C, 130 Vongo St. Toronto.  The Calithumpian band was  out on 'Tuesday night ancl serenaded Mr. Harry Reineman.  Mr. J. A.   Harvey,k left  today,  on a visit ,to the coast.'   ���   , '"  Chas  Finch' was rdown  Kimberley on  Friday.  from  .If you want all of the mining  news of Soutli East Kootenay;'  you must subscribe for, and read  Tine Prospector.  notice.  Nolle,'      IS     lU'M'I.V     UIWIl    llMf    n.p)lJ.ll'Sltlt>ll  mil ln> made to tlio I'li'lUmetu or ('.in.ul.i  UL Its ni'M session tot- :m net to ni-  coipoiait tlii1 ',K.uotiii<i>{ (cnlinl Kuiluiu  C.J!ll|i,ui,\," with luiwri ly col.-.'i tict "iiiup. op-  cnlii iiiul ui.iiiu.'in a I.m- ot K.i!l>\u,\, nj Mnud-  f.nl or .my nili.'i- yance. to lj.' operated by  sti iim, electricity or unv iitlioi pnuur Km llu-  can iiij,'oi trclj-'la nnd p.tss(.-iij;iMs.    '      ' ,  FJ,KST- l'i om IVu t Steele to l'.lko of some  othei com euient poij.il on tlieC'row s Nost l!.iil-  ����V liel\wi u HI.to and Wut.liKu- thence (iit  vltlici l)io 1 last or W'est sulo of Wlifwum ri'.er  ot-l>> ihe iuy.1conwmeiit ioulc to the lnici-  nationai Dmimlaiy I.lue.  S/'CONU:-- l-'ioiit l-'ort Steele to Wiiideriueio  l-v ������'itliLM' the Ktt��t oi VVesi side or the Koole-  tuiy risVr. thence lo ilio ion u ol CnliU'ii (.11 the  main Hue ol the I'.itiiiili.m tf.icillo 1-J1 nt\\tiv. iiiul  10 l.ullil and operate uv.mw.iys 111 connection  therewith. imiIi pinvui io construct, opti.ue  .tad m.iiiu.iln lir.uich lines and till necc.Ns.irj  brii&ees. iouiK iviiys len-ics and other uoilis  uml to l<uilU. ouu and maintain wharves mid  dool��s in connection, tnoiowith. tvml with powei  to build, acquire mid maintain Ntcam and other  ve--sv!s and boats, imd to operate the sitmo on  the Kootenay River from the, Intel national  Homularv -as tat north its the s.tnl river may be  or mu\ be iitado navitfiible.  o  Also to authorize the said, Kootenay Central  K.nlnuy Company to build, eojiip. opei.ue and  maintain tolocraph and telepliono lines 111 eou-  neclion with said laYiuay and binnclics. nnd Lo  generate, electncity 'for tho supply of heat,  licltt and power, aud lor all and every other  purpose mentioned in Sections SO. SI. SZ and Kl  ot the "Water Clauses Consolidation Act 01  lS9;"\tnd'to do e\erytliiiiK necessary and incidental to the, curyins out of all or anv of ihe  objects referred to in said sections.  Also to invest said Company with power to  expropriate lands for the purposes of the Company, and to acquire lands, bonuses, privileges  or other aids from anv Government. SJtimcipC'il  Corporation, or other poisons or .bodies.���Also  to le\ v and collect tolls from all parties usiii'r.  and on all freight, passing over nn.VuOl such  roads, inilwavs, tramways, ferries, wliartes  and vessels owned or operated by the Compnnyt  and with power to m.iltc truffle or oilier ar-  ransiemenls with rail'wiiy steainboat or other  Compiinics. and foi aH'oiiier usual necessarv  rights, po%ycrs or privileges in thai behalf.  Furthei- to empower the said Company' to acquire and operati; mines, concentrator1., smelters or refineries in1 the neighborhood of or in  any part, of the teirnorv nautriilly tributary 10  itsrailHiivs. '  Dated at Foi t Steele. Ii. C.  neccmbci. A. D. IllOO l ���  , J. A. HARVEY  A free sample of delicious SALADA Tea sent on receipt  of postal mentioning Which you drink���Black, Mixed, or  Green Tea.    Address "SALADA," Toronto or Montreal.  I  i  WANTED:  e t  AliKNT for Kurt Steele iukI vicinity for  {he ,s;ik' of hardy linos of Standard Fruit  Stock,, Small fruits, . Ornamental trees,  etc.       Terms liberal.   ,  'Ap])ly now  North Star Lodge  KOl.T 5-TK.1.-1 T   It. <".  NO. 30.  A. F. AND A. M.       G. R.  li. C.  ltCKular iiiectlntfs���1st 'J'ticsdnv I" cacli  month at eight o'clock. Visiting llicilieni are  cordially Invited.  A. \V. I.i.i:asiji:i,i., Sceittary.  llco. S. MeCiiiter.  .1.  A. Ilarvoy  HARVEY & McCARTBK  Huri-filci's,  Solicitors,   Nullifies   Public,  Coiici'jKiiicers etc.  FORT  STJ-3I3L10, 1J. C.  KHVKKSTOICK STATION' and nOLDKN  COLLECTIONS     PROMPTLY     MADE.  snruDs  'to  PELHAM NURSERY COMPANY,  Toronto. Ont.  5*  OARLIN   & DURICK  kV  GEN1��U��AL  Fort  ; Steele,  4  ///-*  /^���y//i-T&ii��!m'i  MERCHANTS  i,est  -   Kootenaj'.  W. R.  Barrister"  Solicitor'  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER.   .,  Fort,  Stele,   B.   0  T.    EDE  ' LANDS and iVITNES  NOTARY PUBLIC  C'OLLKfJTIONS given PKOJM'T ATTION'TIO.V  Fort Steele,   ' - ���   B. C.  FflHT STKKI.i: ni:yKI.OI'MKNTSYNI)lCATK LTD  ���' I   r  1S8 Letidenliall Street, r.ondnn, r.iiKland.  N. A. WALLINCER,  FORT STEELE.  POST OFFICE ItOX 8.  Sole Assents" for iho  canton steel  COMPANY  Trns Stkkl-is guaranteed to be equal lo Jessop's or  Firths in all  "'   ITard 1-tociK Work.  SOUS AOUNTS '  SOUC    AClfiNTS  GFOW'S Nest Goal company   =  Giant Powder company.  ���T HO'MAS' M c VI T T T K"  Port-Sleele B.C.,,  ��� _ _ .  .Douglas  Corsein  \ c  (CM-MI).)  "   ��C* '  OFFICE-Idvei side Aveimc.  Ne.cl Door to llleasdell's Drug Store.  this i ah iinv or  /  Wm k. ROSS  Solicitors for Apiilicnnts.  S. Johnson, representing  Mower & Mo watt, Brock v ilio,  was in town on Friday.  Students "of the McGill mining  school will visit British Columbia during the coming summer.'  E. C. Smith, M. P.  P.,   representing   this   district,   is   doing  good work at Victoria, in the in  terest oi* the district.  ��� .AU  the  Japs  want  is  a tree  hand against the Russian bear.  If taken in Time The D. & L. Bmul-  sioa will surely cure the most sei-iou.s  affections of "the lunjfs. That "run  down" condition, the after nffeota of a  heavy cold is quickly counteracted.  Manufactured by the Diivi." & Lawrence Co.. Ltd.  Ed. Murphy and Charles Chapman returned to Perry Creek on  Monday last.  Mr. Jones, the Kimberley sawmill man, was a visitor at Steele  on Thursday.  The year 1901, will be a season  of progress, improvement and  prosperity in the Fort Steele  district.  There are good reasons for believing that the next two years  will see a decided improvement  in railway matters., in the Kootenay valley.  It is now several weeks since  Mr. Joseph   Martin  volunteered  the  information  resign.  that  he  would  George Scott, Fernie,   was  :it  Steele on Thursday.  Mr. H. S. Cook, is telling the  senate about his ��10,000 senate  deal.  Well printed stationery advertises your business. Get it done  al   The Prospector office.  Assays just received on ore  from the Roaring King group,  on Perry creek, went i5"."i0 in  gold.  A crew of a freight train  smothered by foul gas in  Cascade tunnel.  was  tho  Mine Discovered.  London, March i'7.���A dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph company from Paris  stales, on the highesi authority,  that a mine has been discovered  beneath the palace of Emperor  Nicholas at Tzcarskoo-Selo. 17  miles south of St. Petersburg.  Several notabilities, the dispatch  further states, are implicated in  the plot against his majesty.  The Russian press was not permitted to mention the affair.  .CLEAN, SEED OATS  Vick's Improved American Banner  Extra heavy yielding  AT   $1.50   PER   100   POUNDS,  P. Q.B. CARS COWLEY. ALBERT A  C. ELTON, Livingstone, P.O.  ArunsanAPE orcam op tartar powder  ���J>R;  St. John's Church of England.  Services will bf held in tlie  Church Oj' Si. .lohn 1h<: Divine  every Sunday evening at 7:150.  Strangers are welcome.  pui'ZSrjY'noiiiAx cm moil.  Christian service will be conducted in the Presbyterian  Church by the Pastor Rev. D.  McK. Reid, T3. A. every Sabbath  evening at 7:30. Sunday School  at 2 p.m.  CREAM  BAKING  POWDER  Highest Honors, World's Fair  Gold  Medal,  Midwinter Fair  Avoid   Itakiiif,'  Powdcrq   containing;  lilin.i.   Tltey lu-o injurious (���> IiuiillU  Mining Supplies a Specialty.      -  Agents Cor the   MASSEY-   HARRIS    CO., Limited.  Farming > Implements.  MINERAL ACT. ISilii.  (FOltM K.)  fiEifi'iFicATK or imi*iiovi:.mi:nt��.  NOTICE.  ONTARIO MINERAL CLAIM.  Siliinle in Uiql-'orl Steele Mininir Division  of Souili Kast Kootenuy.  WIhtp located: On" Mark Crock, about  lliroe miles from Kimberley.  Take notice Unit I. Neil MeLcod Cm inn of  Kimberley as AKfiiil Tor 11. V. Mann. Free  Miner's Ceilillunte No. a.Si.50. intend ��) d.iys  from tlie date hereof, to apply to tlie Mining  Recordrr Tor a Cortilicale ol Improvements for  Uie vmpuse ol obtaining; a Ciown Grant ol tlie  above claim. ,  J\ml fuilhcr Like notice Unit action unili'V  section :i". must be commenced Ijclor.' llir issuance of such Cerlillcnti' of Impi-iiu'incnl's.  l).0,ed'tliis II tii day of Mnrch. 1001.  11- NKIL   Mcl-liOU CUKUAN.  1-:X.\ MI NATION      POU      ASS.WKltS     KOH  LrCKNCI-:     TO      eKACTICIO      IN,  HH1T1S1I     COLUMU1A.  ]N   ACfOItUANCK  Willi   s.'i lion   l-i ol  1     'llinc.iu ol Mines Acl." o\aiiiinatioiis  THIRTY-RIHTH TEAR.  ��nd SCIENTIFIC  PRESS  24Pa^es  : Weekly  :  Illustrated.  INDISt ^NSABLE  TO MINING MEN*  $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.    ���  .MUM!  Will KAMI'I.K COI'V.  MINING-sdiniific PRESS  .^30 MARKET ST.. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.  Hit;  for  clllrieiicy in Llic, piactice ol assiivnifiL will I..'  liuld at Nelson. II. (;, on the l.'.lli Api il. I'.nll,  anil f-.illowiiii,' days.  Kntraiua1 for the exaniiiialion must lie inaiU'  in writing to the Si'i'i-i'tar.v ol Ihe Hiiiiid of  lOMiiniiH'i's at least ten <!:i.\s buloir ihe d.ite  s.'i lor brjiliiniiiK ot exaiiniiiuioii. and must lie  accuir.p.iiiied by tlie jnescribed fee (+10).  Any adJiuoniLl information desned may lie  obi-lined liom II. Cai-niicliael. Sccictarv, Ho.iril  ul ilxaiiiiners. Victoria.  HICHAm) MellRllJIO.  Mhiidrr ';/ Mint's.  DejjiirlDient of Mint's.  Viclmiu.  li. C. Villi Mitrcli. 1U0U  MTNlilKAL ACT.  lSDti.  fi'OR.M vt)^-  Ijr.llTIKICATR OF I.MIMIOVE.M K.VTS.  NOTICE.  CANTON MINERAL CLAIM.'  Situate in the Fort Steele Mining: ]3ivision  of Soutli East tCooiemiy.  Wheie located: ' On Iluckleberry Hill,  about four miles from Kimberley, II. C  'r.ike notice that I, Neil Mcl.eocl Currau.  ns akciu for V. C. Andrews, Free Miner s Or-  tillcate R'i:il'*7. intend sixty days from the date  hcieor. to apply to the Mining Recorder for a  Coni lien te or Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining a Ciown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section :1T, must bo commenced before the Issuance of such Cei tillcate of Improvements.  Unted this lt!Ui day of March, l'JOl.  l:1- ,        NKIL MeLliOU OUItKAN.  The woll Iciiowii A rub Shcil^  "lluinid-ICd-Dil. luis iigiiin raised  (he stiiiiflnnl ol revolt ;i,ga,inst  Turlcish rule in Tciihmi, oik; of  pi'iiK'ipal divisions of Arnbia.  will lioli"       "    ���     ������ ���  ;i  ���nil  lair  S]>olcaue  no.vt fall.  The   United   Stales will go no  furl her in the  Iliissia-Manoliiirki  All arc we'lcoine lo our services,   miitlei  i-L^i  Complete Life  of Qufcen \ icioria  BRANDON MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in Ilie Fori Steele Alinlnir l)i\lsion  ol South Knst IvooLeii.iv.v,   '  Where localcd: On Ilueltlebcri-A Hill,  about four miles Irnm Kiinberley. H. C.  Tnko notice that I. Nell McLeod Curiiiii,  as A(ji>iil lor T. Mayii.; Oullj?. I.'rou Miuer'sCei--  liliciiti' No ILIll.-'iP.'. intend sixty days fiom the  dim1 IiimcoI, lo .ippl.v lo ihe Minim,' Kcconler  lor a f'i'i-lilii'iiLi' of liiiprovt'iiK'uis, tor the pur-  pnsu ..r.iljiaiiiiin; a Crown CSianl of Ihe above  claim.  And niiilii'i-lake notice thai action, under  .section :I7, must In: commenced .before lliu issuance of such cerlilleate nt improvements.  U.iled I his lilth day of March. Will.  l'i- NKIL McLKOD CUKRAN. AlfCnt,  GRASSICK   &   OEMPSEY.  CONTRACTORS  AND '   ,       '      "r     ,*  J3UIWBRS..  ^ I.  Fort 'Steele   13. C  t *" [ l      i  Shaving ^ Hair ��� Dressing Parloi  Next to Oilental llou-1  ' ��� FORT   STEELE, B. C.  All kinds of hair work  a specialty.  A.J  GREZ,  Proprietor  liliS'l  HOOK  ISKS'l  Outfit   Muili'd  on Ifi'c.  Adilrcss  TKI!\IS  ���ii't <il I "i it  S. ('  mii.i.ioi;  i '(ii'i.iiiini.  l  (1 s.  A Horrible Outbreak.  "Of lni'oc Mii'esim in  lii'iul   ik'\i'l(i|jc(!   iiilo  lu'iid" writer ( '. i).  Ti'iin.. lull. I ���m,l\li,:i  lillll'll.lUL'l.ll'l-'-,  I   ciisc   nl    sc:tl(|  lull  nl   ..1(11 ^.llll(,|,.  ,\l, i.'.i ;;,:',,.,-,,,,,  jilolely cured hor. It's a j>tiai';uite.',;  i'iii-o lor Kivi'in.a. Telle;'. S,iM IJlien n.  I'lniplfh. Seres. Ulcers nnd Tiles. (>n|\-  '2~hi al A. W. I.IuiimIuII. Driinijihl.  CROMARTY    MINERAL   CLAIM.  .Siluule in the Fort Steele Mining Division  ol Souili Hast ICoolenay.  Where located: On Huckleberry Hill,  about roui- miles froni-lviinberley. li. C.  Take notice that I, Neil McLeod Cumin "as  akuih for U. S White, Krcc Miner's Certillcnte  No l!.:il.."i7l, intend sixty days from thed.ue  heieof, to .ipply to the .Mining Recorder for a  C'ertillcatc of Improvements, lor thepurpo.se  ot oljtaiiiuiK a Ciown Grant o( the above cl.iim.  And fin ther take notice that action, under  section IIT. must, be commenced bofoie the issu-  aiii.i- ol .such cerlilleate or improvements.  Dated ibis lllLh day of March, 1301.  l'i- NKIL McLliOO CUKHAN, Aifent.  FULL   HOUSE    MINERAL   CLAIM.  .Siiu.itc iii the Foil Steele Minim,' Division  ol South Mast Kootenay.  Where located: On Huckleberry Hill,  .iliniil f.iui-miles fi om Kimberley, H- C.  T.iko notice lli.it I. Neil McLeod Currau, as  Ajieni foi A. Maude Williams. Free Minor's  Ceilillcate No. II. Ul.ivr-l. intend sixty days from  ilie il.nc lieieof. lo apply to Ihe Miiiiiik Itecoid-  ei I..r .1 Cei lillcale of Improvements foi the  purpose ol olit.iiiiini,' a Crown Grain of the  aliove clniin.  And further lake notice thai aclioii, under  section ;ir. must lie commenced befoie the issuance of sin h certificate of improvements  IJ.itt'd this H'.lli dav of Maicb, I1K11  12-  NIOIL MeLlXJU l^UUKAN. A.'enl.  L.  COHIN  TAILOR  AND IMPORTER OF,  FINE WOOLLENS  Rocky Mo nn In in Avenue  ��    Fort,Steele, B. G.  f. 6. flrmswo  -   li'OUT  .S'l-KULK,   ti. C.  1 MANUFACTURER" OF  Tinware, Calvani/.i'.d Iron, Sheet  Iron,   Slovi-  l'i pes  iOnd  Co]>]jorwaro  BUILDINGS HEATED and VENTILATED  Plumbing, Pipe fitting- and  all  kinds of sanitary work  ftir Tight  Hydraulic  -Hot Blast Stoves  and   Air ,Pipes   for  Mines  SPECIAL  ATTENTION   PAID   TO  JOB  WORK,  //  GEARY   & DOYLE.  Liveru, Feed & Sale Stable.  Fori Steele B.C  Itcffiiliii-  Daily  Stiiyo meets till  trains at, Fort, Steele .1 unction.  SADDLE & I'AOK" TIORSEP  I KA.MINtt Ol- ALL KINKS A SPECIALTY  T1'        ''  fM

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