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 ���Ll'> *������'������'7  ol L���� A.M  /^K/^^  ���''l/fj  "W.  "' '��� .''''ft'  *3 .  '  Voi. 17.  FORT STEELE, J3. C, vS^A T E72?1XA Y", MAY IS, 1905.  No 19.  \  SAYS SLOCAN GUTTED  . Canadian     Review    Misinformed  About Kootenay Lead Ore  Resources.  The Canadian Mining  Review  has  always   been   characterized  ', by independence and fearlessness  It earned this   reputation' under  the   regime  of   its   owner   and  editor, the'late H. % A, Bell;    it  is trying to sustain the   role, but  at limns the effort is too obvious.  ���In   the   April   issue just to hand  is an article purporting   to  deal  �� with, the   lead   situation   in this  province,   which,   instead of being the product of a1 competent  ���    expert   discussing   an    intricate  subject   from   personal acquaintance, is a curious volla podrida"  " compounded of some impressions  gathered from the Slocan Stand  ard.   a  soupcon  'of   Ihe   Nelson  Tribune, and smatterings , of  an  interview with the managers  of  tho Hall Mines and Trail   s'molt-  ' ers   who   have   recently  been in  '���Mohtroal, iii led in by   the   inferences, deductions,and guesses of  ��� ithe person who .wrote the article  Jt' would be (|nite easy to  assign  ' each portion of the article,, to its  ' source! even to the allotment -of  its mistakes:  but out of consider-'  ution for our readersi we refrain.'  In   fairness   to   tlie   Kootenays,  ^howevor, we, must  endeavor   to  1 correct the false impression tha'j  will be created if the dictum   of  the'Review is  accepted   without  question.      The   first   misstato-  jnent  is   that   the  deficiency   in  .tonnage  is   ''the   result . of   the  over-estimation of the. resources  of th" silver-lead mines  in West  '  Kootenay/'     pTJiis   is ,an    uu"  , warrantable  conclusion, and, in-1  ' deed, a pure  assumption.     Nor  is  the  statement  supported   by  tho , pseudo-geological    explanation' offered   in  the next paragraph that "the lead  properties  of   the  Slocan   had either been  gutted of their lead ores, or that  the silver values were gradually  entering into the  zinc-blende   of  the mines, so that the zinc  ores  were the ones which carried the  high silver values.     Since1 that  time      there      have    been     no  fresh discoveries of  new  silver-  lead bodies which have promised  any  tonnage"     Is   this   either  true as a statement of fact, or as  an explanation of the failure  of  the Slocan to supply the estimated tonnage to the smelters?    As  to the first point, we will answer  the  Review's  editorial   from its'  own   news columns, in the sanio  issue.' The following paragraphs  ore  quotod  from   pp.  85 and 80  under the head of Mining Notes.  B.C.:"  "Tlie Reco mi no in tho Slocan  declared ' a March dividend of  ��19, t(-)4, amounting to 2 percent.  The total dividends paid by the  Reco to date amount to *5{2G,LMO.  "Tho Ottawa mine, in tho  Slocan district, has developed a  new ore chuto during the last  few weeks. This new chute contains six inches of high-grado  silver-lead ore, and it was found  on the west vein, which is now  called the 'Noble' vein. The  chuto was cut at a depth of about  ' 100 feet from the' surface, and  assay values are reported to run  as high as 850 ounces of silver to  the ton.  "Tho Skylark Development'  Company took over the Skylark  mine in November, 1001, and  since that date has oporated tlie  property so successfully that a.ll  expenses of milling and marketing  have  been   met.   payments  inents returned from - 1 GO to SJ00  ounces of silver and three-quarters to one ounce in gold per ton.  Today the first-class ore yields  from ��12:") ,1o, $140 per 'ton;  second-class, ironi *>3r* to .$40.per  Continued on Page ���'*���  , Among the' Craft.  The regular monthly convocation of Rocky Mountain Chapter  It. A.M.," was held in Masonic  Hall on Tuesday evening. A  large number of sojourning companions!'rom Cranbrook were in  attendance. A banquet at the  Imperial ' hotel completed the,  business of the'oveniiiir.  6.P.R. WANT TO BUILD  Kootenay  Central  Built  the    Special    Road  This    Year.  to    be  arranging for the building and  extension of the St. Mary's wagon  road, a road up Elk,river, and  the Flathead valley road. The  wagon road up Wild Horse creek  will receive attention.  FERNIE- NEWS  KOOTENAY CENTRAL  Latest    Information   Says  Miles, are to be Constructed  Immediately.  Ten  From Oo!(]<>n Star.  The very latest report to reach  us,is fo the.effect tli'at ten miles  of the Kooteuay, Central railway  will be built this year and that  the same will/commence, in the  course of a few days. The report is a reliable one and, we  trust there is a semblance of  truth in'it. The Kootenay Central has received more frocc advertising, in the pnst'than would  pay for its construction and it. is  about time something was done  to  merit   the  confidence  of tho  *���  people: rlt has been frequently  announced of-late that the beginning of ootistructi^M operations was only a mailer of a  low day's; but tho days are, long  ones,aud have worn into months  and yet there has been nothing  done beyond location,"'which has  proved the feasibility of'6 the  road from one,end of the valley  to the other. We are, however,  informed that this time the work  will actually begin on the first  ten miles of tlie road from this  end, and now there is nothing  for it but to await developments.  The sooner something is done  the-better will it be for all concerned.  ,  From  Wilmor Oulu'-up.  Mr.' Win. Whyto, 'of Winnipeg, second vice-president pf the  Canadian Pacific Railway, while in the east recently was interviewed by the Montreal Star, from which the following is extracted asjt is of much importance to every person in this valley: , -  r "The prorogation of Lite Legislalu'/re of JJrilish  Cblt(inJ)ia, ,M'.r. Whyte asserted, had forced the eom-  pany %o*(tfofAiiidoih some work which it had contenb-  plaled doing in that province, for ihe reason that the  necessary legislation had not been, forthcoming.' On,e  of these works was the construction of the" Kootenay  Central Railway front, Golden to Ward iter, it, distance of'200 miles.",  "In this connection Mr. Whyte said, that tlie mining ind,'n,stries in British Columbia, were n.ow in. a  nbach belle/''position- than they had been- for some  years, the reason being that the prjee of'copper and  slicer are looking up." .  At first reading of the above it. might be thought, thai it is  "all off" with the K.C.R. But, hold on! Read it again! And  note that Mr. , Whyte speaks only of the Kootenay Central���he  makes if the special road to be started this year. That is most  important. It goes fo show that his company want to 'build this  road, indeed, are anxious to construct, it over and above .all other  lines it has now in contemplation iii this province. 'Then what  may wo expect this company to do? .Note that Mr. Whyte said,  "forced the company to abandoned".. Now when a company like  the C.P. R say they want to build, doesn't it mean'that the biggest  -and harde.iL part of the battle is*fought? - Tt certainly does mean  that, uncj. further, it means that they will carry it through. They  want to build a,nd they have now only' the details, tbM arrange. it-  may now-be considered with certainty that the. Kootenay Central  will be constructed through this fertile valley at no distant date.  .Wants to Bet $500.  One mail in this valley, Upper  Columbia, is said to be offering  to bet siifiO that const ruction on  the Kootenay Central will ��� he  started this year and others are  offering smaller amounts, but no  one will take a het. ��� Wilmer  Outcrop.  ST. EUGENE EARNS $77,600 *  Coal Creek Haulage Plant���Childs'  Narrow Escape.  It   Leads   Every  Other   Mine   in  Canada for Earnings.  DISTRICT  MINING NEWS.  Of Interest to Those Engaged-in  the  Development of the  Mining .Industry.  In the kootenay Valley.  Farmers in the Kooteuay  valley have practically finished  seeding aud everything has been  put in tho best shape possible.  A large number of fruit trees  have been planted this year,  much greater than ,in any previous year.  The acreage in wheat, oats and  barley is large, a great deal of  now land being cropped this  year.  ,.A most welcome rain fell on  Thursday which was of great  benefit to the growing crops.  Duffy and Mellody Again-  Spokane, Wash., May 12.���  Billy Mellody, the.New England  welterweight, and Martin Duffy,  of Chicago, have completed their  training and appear to bo in tho  pink of condition for their  twenty-round go here tonight.  The contest is expected to be  fast and interesting as Duffy has  been anxious for a long time to  meet again the man who knocked  him out in four rounds and took  his "title ot white welterweight  champion away.  April Lead Receipts.  amounting   to  SB,000 have been  made, and thero.remains  a sub  stantial    cash    balance   iu   the  treasury.     The ore of the Skylark is high grade; in 1803 ship-  The total-load receipts for the  Hall Mines Smelter for the  month of April were 51,883.804  pounds of ore and L 784,085  pounds of lead. Of this amount,  the ' St. Eugene furnished  2,256,750 lbs of ore, which pro-  duced 1,-139,807 1 bs of Ieacl.  White Star group���foe Taeu-  hausor and Frank Micheau left  on Monday, with supplies for  the St. Mary's district, where  they will do the annual assessment work on the White Star  group of-claims. ' ������  Tho Doherify���This property  is situated on Wild Horse creek.  Colonel Doherity still continues  to develop what he considers to  be one of the largest free gold  quartz mines in British Columbia.  . Golden Five group���A report  from Spokane from tho owners  of this proporty is to the effect  that development work will commence at an early date.  Stemwinder���It is roported  that the owners of this proporty  will soon put a number of men  at work developing the proporty  a wagon road will bo built to tho  initio. It is also said that  machinery has been secured and  will be shipped to tho mine as  soon as possible.  Is there anything in it.���There  is a rumor around that the Mackenzie-Mann mines on Huckleberry Mill will be consolidated  and a company formed to operate property.  There is nothing doing at the  Marysville smelter as yet, except  "hot air", but tlie big load stack  will be blown in about .June 1st.  A large amount of ore is being  roasted preparatory to smelting.  Shipments of ore from the St.  Eugene are very much on the increase each .month. The. mine  still holds the reputation as the  big silver-lead producing mine  of Canada.  Manager, G.   E. Henderson of  the Bull River Power and Mining Company" is expected at  Steele every day. Upon his  arrival it is evident, from the  preparations now being made,  that there will be something doing in mining matters at,Hull  river before long. ,  The Fort Steele mining district continues to be tho center  of attraction, and a considerable  number of old time prospectors  are preparing for a trip into the  mountains. ��� "  Mining men are unanimous in  the ' opinion that Southeast  Kootenay will be in the immediate future, upon the building  of the Kootenay Central railway,  a great mining district. More  attontion is being paid to development work,' "hi" the camps  tributary ,to Fort Steele than  ever before.  , Tt is reported that the Sullivan  mine will resume operations  about June 1st.  Common reports has it that  the Marysville smelter will he in  operation on or about June 1st.  Everything is running on a  most satisfactory basis amon��  the placer mines of Wild Horse  creek. There is plenty of water  not less than 5J,000 inches,  running through the big ditches,  and thehistoric old camp looms  up as one of the most productive  and prosperous placer minim"  camps in British Columbia.  An   excellent   body of ore has  been   uncovered    in   the   Ti��ei  Poorman gi;,oup of mines.  The profits of the St. Eugene  Consolidated Mining Company  for the month of March amounted to the enormous sum of $77,-  000, ��ays the Moyie Leader.  This is according tb"tlTc"fiiiancial  statement of , the company recently issued by Manager James  Cronin. This throws the profits  of any other 'mine in British  Columbia in the shade, and i.i  more than the ' War Eagle' and  Centre Star mines in Itosskuid  earned iii three months. The  St. Eugene stands,as the greatest silver-lead 'mine in Canada,  and has few superiors on the  American     continent. ft     is  shipping regularly over ICO tons  per day and has mammoth ore  reserves lo draw from. Three  hundred men are given ��� steady  employ moil t at wages as good, as  that paid in any other mining  district in the world, and the  most kindly feeling prevails between employer and employees.  Truly Moyie,is a wonderful mining camp, and as yet if is in its  infancy.'      '  '  Movements of Steamboats.  Steamer Ptarmigan arrived in  Golden on Tuesday night from  Wjndormere, where she was laid  up during the past winter. The  steamer experienced no difliculty  in making ihe trip, the water being at a yooil stage.  It is said that the steamer  North Star, which has been lying  high and dry on the gravel bank  near the. wharf,' has broke her  back. If this , is true, and wo  arc unable to verify it at present  it means a serious loss to the  Upper Columbia Navigation Co.,  who went to tremendous expense  in bringing her over from tlie  Kootenay river a few years ago.  Golden Star.  Silver-load Quotations  Now Vork, Mny 12:  c  Bar Silver   ")";  ���l.oO  Copper '.   lo.OO  Spoiler                    ��AV)  London,   May     11--Silver,  2(i .1-2(1:  copper   CISii  os   il;   lead,    ��12  his 3d;  -.pi-'ltj.'!*, ��2"! ll)�� it.  Market Conditions.  Copper was higher abroad.  Spelter   was     unchanged     in  local and foreign markets.  Lead, locally the situation  shows no change from conditions  recently reported, with outside  figures representing higher  prices.        ,  Fernie, May 9. -A.   J.   Drake  proved   as   good   as   his   word  when   he  said   he   would   have  steam in the large haulage plant  by   Monday   for Nos.   2   and   51  mines. Coal Creek.      Steam was  turned on Saturday   and   as' the  big    cylinders   turned   over   on  their  axles,   it was noticed that  everything worked smoothly and  easily,      Tlie   coal   company   is  well satisfied with therexpeditiou  with   which    the   plant   was' re-'  jnvehated.    Mr. , Drake ' left  for  his home'in Illinois by the Great  Northern train yesterday   morning       ,Tlio    wire   rope   will    be  placed on tho large cylinders  of  the   haulage  engine   as  soon as  possible and if is  expected   that ���  Nos. 1 and *_' miuos^will soon not  only   attain   tlie' output   which  existed   before  the  fire  but  increase that output to dimensions  hitherto unattained.  The. little daughter of ,.J.  Campbell, Coal Creek, had a  very narrow escape from drowning on Sunday last.' She started  to cross the narrow two plank  footbridge on Coal Crook and  when on the way < over "the  springing and, swinging of the  bridge threw her off her balance  and she fell' into the wafer. This  creek at the present time has  developed into a smalt' sized and  very noisy torrent, and tho child  on reaching the water was instantly swept down stream.  Several people" riished out to  save hoi": On one occasion a  pai'fy 'had hold oT her but so  strong was the current that he  had to let go again. Finally by  tn:'iking a cordon across the  stream with hands joined the.  course of the child was, arrestod.  When' taken out-of-tho water,  and examined she was found to  Have a severe wound of the scalp  probably received when she fell  in. A change of clothes and a  good rubbing and little Miss  Campbell was little the worse of  her impromptu bath.  William Grant who for some  time has been a resident of Coal  Creek". passed away very  suddenly on Sunday last. His  death is attributed to heart  failure. The deceased had been  ailing for some time. He  formerly came from Glengarry  and nothing would please him  more than lo meet someone who  could speak Gaelic. ' His funeral  took place today at 0 o'clock to  the R.C. cemetery.  A young man named Kehoe  was brought in on tho train from  J affray with a broken arm. He  was taken to the local hospital  where his injuries were attended  to.  A young man named Jack  Reed was seriously injured in  so. I mine by a runaway horse,  he was taken to the hospital.  A Mark of Gratitude.  MINISTERS VISIT  Hon. Robert P. Green at Steele.  Hon. Robert F. Green. Chief  Commissioner of Lands and  Works, was in Steele Thursday.  Mr. Green is in Southeast  Kootenay   for   the   purpose   of  A report has been received at  Fort Steele from Winnipeg to  the effect that Mr. Whyte, vice-  pro.-ddenl of the Canadian Pacific  railway has -.aid, that all the  directors of the (' P. K. were in  favor of the immediate building  of the Kootenay Central, 'and  that as soon as Sir., Thomas  Shaiigh nossy returned from  Europe the-decision of the company would be uiado public!  In Southeast Kootenay eastern  war reports have to take  second,  place in favor  of  the   Kootciiay jt,nv  Central news,  Calcutta- Lady Curzon, wife  of the viceroy, intends to pro-  sent a handsome fountain io the  city of Calcutta us a mai If of her  gratitude for the notable  welcome accorded her on returning to India after her long illness  in lOngland.  On Foot For London.  London. May 8.���A'.hundred ���  picked men from the striking,  army boot 'workers of Northamptonshire, '.accompanied by a'  baud of music started on foot to-  or London to fake their  j grievances before the war office. TH E- PROSPECTO/-; , ;FOR'J? STEELE,   B  (.'., MAY  1005  BSTAHIjIsIIUI'     iM'n  A.  B. Grace,  PUBLISHER    AN1*    I5DITOU.  THE PROSPECTOR, i- publislied  ���very Saturduj, and lui-. :i guarHiitccd  olrcnlatlou larger than *ih.\ other paper  In East Kootenay. It i*> all home* Printed  nnd contains double the ne��- ol" any  -*ither paper in the district.  As an advertising  mediciii  ii   i*= 1111-  ���ieeU#d.  Devoted to tlie upbuilding ot Fort Steele, the  ievelopnient ol the vr.si minora' resoune-, ol  ���be East Kootenay mining <1i-,ti ii t.  Subscriptions *-' OH i��i-r year  Advertising rates mnrte 1-novrn on nppliratlon  Contrlbutlonb are ���.oljcuei] from all parts of the  dUtrlr-t, but all mutter intended (or publication  must have the writer's slpr-iuire  CEte tyto&pBdkov  vestineiils.   Provincial securities  are streim'tlieniiiii in price.  ���   *   ���  The  appointment  of a deputy  gamo_\Yai'deu-Ioi'-Grajibrook riding   will   he   ploasanl    news , to  hunter*-,  w-J-fti  are   interesl'ed   inj'*  the   preservation   of  one  most valuable assets of  the  district.    The now deputy will have  his hands full for some time persuading the noble Siawush   that  it is unlawful to kill or sell game  out of season  it  "ft  -.��� -**> ���.'�����':  '*>:'���;:���*>.>��������,:  H  of the   f  y  y  I    f*  i   *  FORT STEELE,  B.C.  ii/   ii/  SATURDAY. MAY 13. I Wo.  X  ������RE railway situation r"-  mains unchanged. It i-.  not even a -[uestion of  Providence, o Our fate depends  upon Mr. Pollen and the  C.P.R.  It is not at all surprising   that  the mining sections of Southeast  Kootenay are attracting   the  attention of .conservative ' English j Tho  capitalists.       Its     mines    have i the  proved to be the largest dividend  paying mines .in the Dominion of  Canada. ' The St. Eugene stands  as  the  greatest silver-lead mine  in Canada, the Sullivan group of  mines, when operated to its  full  capacity will be a  close second.  The mining field in this district  is  a  large  onej   and capitalists  are  now   looking   to   the   Port  Steele, mining district as a place  to invest their money.  The best proof of the Government's policy and action being  in accord()with the interests of  the Province, is afforded in the  almost entire absence of any  hostile criticism, from any part  of the country lioth at-home  and abroad confidence is fell in  the present situation and Malefaction with the outlook for (.lie ,  future. There i*-. activity in the  groat Provincial industrie-..  Capital is again available for  legitimate 'Miterprisos. Immigration is greater than at any  time in the past.      Settlement is  ft  ->*  ���>;���  ���^8^  FORT STEELE  BREWING CO,,  FERNIE, B.C.  MANUFACTURERS and BREWERS of EXTRA PINE  BEER B PORTER  LTD.  ***  B.'W. WERDEN,  Prop.  ���****)-  W  Ear   Famished   With   the  EosL  rc'VL'l'AU.V  LOlWl'Kli       PKUI-'KUTLV   AL'l'OlNTKI'  JtOO.MS  Excellent .Table and Good Sample Rooms  w.  SOLD BY, THE BARREL, KEG OR  BOTTLED  ,   Bottled beer for family  use a specialty  Outside   Orders  .GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION  . SATISFACTION. GUARANTEED "  &'������>"���<���*:> :-*k ��-���;�� :*���':�����",V:x'^; :>'-: ,*>;;$; ;o^'.,<>, ^L<#z<d��o)c::+)  tncre,asin-  agricultural develop-1 tt* >Ifr*?*^*:7o��fr^$fc*0$ /V^<q&>::&-^  nienr is making rapid progress, j j%  Government has adopted j^''  recommendations    oi    the t ^  Assessment     Commission     andllr-K  CARLIN & DURIOK  *������  P. O. BOX 812  TELEPHONE  NO. I  *  Port   Steele  Brewing Co., Ltd.  | c ���  . *  'o,  GENERAL  MERCHANTS  Fort Steele,  B.C.  Better transportation facilities  are all'that  is  wanted   to   make  t-he   mining  camps  of  the r-'ort  Steele'distnC the wonder of the  world. We trust that this is only  a question of<a very short, time bo-  fore we have secured this   much  needed - factor    to    "the    actual  development,     of     our     mines.  Prospecting    has   demonstrated  their'great  richness, 'hut   until  we    have    suiliciont.    railways,  development   will   not be,prosecuted   with   the     vigor     which  otherwise it. would bo.  ��� ���   ���  A.'groat, change is talcing place  in the Kootenay valley. The  bolief is general thai-, with the  north and south railway connections the development of the  valley will bo tremendous.  Within a few years thousands of  acres of land will'bo under cultivation, and the mining camps of  the district instead of importing  their , supplies, will purchase  thorn from a homo market.  ��� .   *  Hustle Mr. Pollen: Its your  move,' the people of Southeast  Kootenay are patiently awaiting  your move toward' actual construction of the K.C.R.   ,  ��� *   *  "Big  Bill"   Galhher who has  been in poor health of late, is  reported by New York papers to  be himself again.  while the re venae   is  increasing  iu. nearly all   its   branches,   sub.  stantial    reduction.-,   have   been  made   In   more   than one item of ; 5*^ ***���*****��**��*���*��****��***��*���***���***^��***#��***#*******��  direct   'taxation.        While   ' the J ^ . ��� '  development of the country  and |-***K Agksts for ��� - - ���  the spread of  settlement  uoces- ; #  duced since the present Govern  ment    came    itito    office.  sirily increase'''the 'expenditure ���&-  on administration, the total costj *,  of the Civil Service has been re- j &*  ,0-'  I >��� 1  Giant Powder Co., Con's.  Massey Harris Co., Ltd.  &  by  reorganisation. ���News Advertiser  judicious    economies    and  Have just received two  Carloads of  WE CAN INTEREST YOU IN  Drugs and  Fancy Goods  YOUR   WANTS  OUR   AIM  Iii.  Statu ok Ohio, i'ity oi*    ���  /Pou'DO. Lucas county,   t ~"  Ki'imk .J. i.'hiMiey make-- o.-ilh ilwt  in senior piit'titoi" <jf the tirm of F. .1.  Cheney A* Co., iloiiiir lm-iinc-.- in the  City of Tdledu. County nnd State afote-  siiid, and that niiid iirni will pav the  hum of ON 10 Hl'XDKTOD DOl.K'AII.S  lot* euc!) and every 'ease of Catarrh that  ettnuoli lie cured hv Lhu ii.->o of ITall'-  ('iiliiiTh Cure.    KKAXIC ,1. CHENRY  Sworn to before me and subscribed in  inv prehi'tiei,!. thi-. litli dav of Doco-mher.  A'.U.. JSSi!.' ��� '  (SKAI.j A. W. (ihlOASON  Notary Public  Ilull'-i ('at.'U'i'li Ctire i- lalfen internally, iind act.-, directly on the blood  and inuc.oiU surface*- ot the -.y->tetn.  Send Tor te.st.imoiiiat.i free.  f. .1. CUIOMOV. A; Co.���;i'(dodo. O.  Sold by all IJi'tigyists, 75c.  Take Hall'- family I'ill- , for constipation.' . ,  If You Are Not Particular.  FARM WAGONS, LOGGING TRUCKS &  AND DEMOCRATS.     ������'  ,y&  Plo\v;s," Flarrows,'  plemeuts of all kinds.  Haying and Harvesting' Tools. Lm-  Mining Supplies and Hardware.  A  large  number  of  tlif real-1  dents of  the    Kootenay   valley I  would be pleased to learn   when  construction is io  commence  on  the Kootenav Central railwav.  Don! travel over ihe rilinoi.-"'Central,  as anv old road will do vou and wo dont  want your patronatro: but if you uve,  particular and want llic* best and mean  to have it. a-.k the ticket agent to route  you via the ILLINOIS CIONTKAL,  the road thai runs throuirh solid vestibule trains between St. Paul. Omaha,  Chiwnro, St. Loui-. Memphi- and Now  Oi'lean*-.  No additional charge i�� made for a  seat in our reclining chair car> which  are^fitted with lav.iun-io-- and smoking'  roonij. and have a porter in at1 endtinee.  Rate-, via the LLLtN"OIS CRNTKAL  are the lowe-n and mv will he iflad to  quote them in connection with any  iranscotninentHl line.  B. H. TKUMHCM.. Commercial An-ent  c        142 Third St., Portland, 0:-2o'n.  .1. C. I.in-usky, T.F. x P.A.  H2 Third St.. Portland, Oreyon.  P. H. Thompson. P. & P.A.. Room  1. Colmiin Hldfr.. Seattle, Wa-di.  >;  f  i  f*i  6  #  Dry  Goods  Boots  Hats  and Shoes.  and Gaps ;-fv  IN almost, every town in ,Southeaat  Kootenay there aro a few ang-leM  who want the best tackle that can be  made���to such anglers,our larg'e, new  and complete stock of fishing- tackle  should be especially interesting-. ��� Mail  .orders promptly filled.  ���  General Merchandise.  NOTICE.  The large majority by which  the autonomy bill was passed  may be. taken as conclusive  evidence that the Dominion parliament-is more inclined towards  party politics than the adjustment/of religious difficulties.  ���   ���   ���     '  Hon. .1. H. Turner, the agent  '���general of,the province in London, Kngv, says Brit ishjinvcslors  arc regaining confidence in  British Columbia', nnd money is  forthcoming    for    legitimate   in-  JlSl^  Three & Four Year Courses  ,   in  Mining, Chcntioit!, Civil,  Klv> 1 ,^vy  J"li  I    M*"rh:iniral ntid Klcctrinal  F;nK>nccrin(f,  ^^^  "    Minrt;iloiyy run!   tt-r-oloj-y,  Mi"!<'uy .-md   Titblic lfealtli.  Wiitr for c;tlrnd;n* h>  Affltlnlr.t   ty , .  'Die Secretary,  Oumii'i  School  of-Mining,  UniT*r��lt*f  Kingston, OnL  Xutici: ir herein   given   that,   thirty  day.-:     after     date..      I   .   intend      to  apply  to , the 'Chief  Commissioner of  Land.-,  and   Work.--  at    \!-ietoria   for ;i  tweiiiy-oii''- year-timbei* lease over  tho  following- landii in Noi'theast Kootenay:  C'ommencititr.atu post planted on tlie  youth   Mide'of. White   River fat. about  twenty inili*-. from   itn,  nimn.li).   ihencc  north ltifi chaiiiH, thence west.-10 chains  L'nence. north  I'ill ' chains,   thence   went.  10   ehait!-'.   thence,   niirlh     llili ,   chaiiiw  .thence we-'t -10 cliMic.T. tli.-ncc north I fid  cliiiinH. tli'-iicc W.-hl    III   (.-hiiins,   ihciiCe  north inn chaii'ii-. i.Ijciic.- \y.--l.-Iti-i-liaiiis  ihenc- ii'oi-t Ii    ICO   i-lniiii-:.   I Ipmh'c',. wom|  111    cliliin.-..    I.Iicih:.-  ��� north     Hill    eliiiiiiM  l.lierii'e   v.'.-Hl    I'll)'rijii ju-,.  thi-iic-   eolith  If!'l     I'hlibij,.   ' l"lii,lii'i-       i.:(��l       |0     (..luiiiiH,  tle'-ii.-c ioutli   bill ,.-li;iin-. ,t iiciic-   i-m^i .|0  chain.-, tie-iic- .-.oiitb' inn cli.-iin-.. I ln-ncc  en-t   In chains, ihi-nci' sonll'i bio chains,  t lieiic'i* ciisi   10 ciniin-. I ii'.'iic south I'lif'l  I'h'lin-.   th'-nc'.-   .-u-.'    lo chain.-, thence  Houth Hie chiiin-. I lo-ii.-c i ���a-1   lo chains,  t hctii-c south  bin chain-, t hi-iic-.-as! UK)  chain.- to phiec of bo^in'niii'j'.  Hi '.'has.' 'A. Cii'aj'.ma.v.  Hated this -oth (.lay uf Aucn-t.  llit'-t..  STRUCK ORE!  ��� In our big Tunnel.    Mining Exx^erts say if  will  grow   richer  and better.     MailU IflPQe  "Gold Veins are Just- ahead and will be cut in  . rapid succession.    We own the 200 acres  WITHOUT    DEBT.  We have everything iu the way of  ���   d  Dolls, Books, Toys, Leather Goods,  Dressing Cases, Pictures and Toilet  Articles.  [*���  Everything that you or the children may want.  When in Town Call in and See Us. .  C. E. REID & CO.,  The Druggists.^  CRANBROOK.   B.C.  !-������>�����������<������������������������>  .��.-|..M.4.4.-����iOI>l>��.|.ili<  AT GOLDFIELD  The catr.p of Quick FOTtUlieS.      Wo own  LOO  acres,  with rich Gold  Strikes  all   around.  '   Gold Veins Discovered.    JOIN   NOW  and  Help Us Dig  Every Share of Golden Sun   Stock  gives  ownership  in   the 'Goldfield   100 acres and  Colorado  200���total 300 acres.      Dividends      .,',  ''.���'.   declared on both would be  TWO   DIVIDENDS    FROM    ONE   INVESTMENT  fl. L MGDERMOT-  WUOLi:SAr.E:DKALEIt IN  ^W<  WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS  TELEPHONE 17. Importers of FOREIGN LIQUORS.  ���Cranbrook,    B. C    <-  -H��..��.,-��nt..������^>��< ����������������������..���* -*��..���--���-.-*..  :++*w***����������9*i  $15 Buys 1000 Shares  ,$4r>,buys::,300 shares. ; ?90 buys 0,600 shares  ���   Fully,pjaid,' Non-assessable , 'r   '   ,  ........................... ^............���...���.......���....^.  ...     BUY   BEFORE   THE   PRTCE   ADVANCES '  500    PER    CENT  ORDER   AT   ONCE  '���'''- GIlCdPGtSl, !UU1 tJCSt. with ore in tho liiiiiGS and  r.iisli in the treasury. If over-subscribed your  liiouey will be returned. ,  lli'diost Cominorcial and Bank References.  Port  Steele  Meat Market  ROBERTS. Proprietor.  Fresh and Salt Meats Always On Hand.  Books and Periodicals  Billiard Room  Fort  Steele Cigar   Store  MAKE ALL. REMITTANCES PAYABLE TO  ' The Golden Sun  Mining & Milling Co.  204. Kittredge Building DENVER, COLO.  --    .T.T A EN 11.A USER, Prop.    -  ���ji       ' ' ������  *>r"*r*J'*I"Br'I",I"*I"*I,,*I"*I"'I,,4'*,r*I**i'aI"'I'**Ip,l,,I**|i  A Kino Linii of '  Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos  ,     ���  FTSHING  TACKLE   _���  ^;..H-I"I-I"I-I"I"1 "M"M 'I -l-H-fr-H-  Toys*,   Books   and   Stationery THE PROSPECTOR,  FORT STEELE,   S. C,  MAY IS. IflO.V  MINERAL ACT.  (KOKM   Y.)  OEKTIKIOA'l'K OF IMI'HOVHMKKTh.  NOTICE.  Flyitif; Cloud Mineral Claim.  Kltnato in tho J''ort_StuuIc MluiiiK Division  of East Kootoniiy District. "'  Where locutud:��� On Mark Crook onn niUn  from Kimberloy.  Titke notice (lint I.TI101. T. McVlitli-, RM.C.  No. 1173710, aeon* for J. V. Drewry. K.M.C.  No. HHB-108, .Toh. Train nor, K.M.C No. HKWI07  nnd J. K. Armstrong oMi-lul ndinlnlHMntor for  Kollogif cKlutu Krco Mlnct-'x GVrtlii-  cote No. ��� H7310'', Intend, sixty days from Ihe  date hureof, to apply (o tho Mlulnt; 1-tevordei  lor n C'ertillcttte of Improvements, for the pur-  pose.of obtaining i�� Crown Grant of the above  claim  And further luJtu. notlca thut uctlon, under  section 87, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dnied thlt Wth day of April, A.D. itilb.  IK ' TirOS. T. Mf'VlTTIE  Capt.   H.   T.  Munn, ol   Wilm.-r.  aland This Season tlir;  4-YEAR-OLD  dude stain  will  WktaBtmamm^i&i&  "PRINCE  HUBERT"  (By Imp. ���'Auldmuh'''da*JJ Imp. ���Leila1'  at his ranch, m  WILMER,   B.Cr  ret a limited number ok ittai'i-.  FORTY-FIFTH YEAR.  M PAOBS : WEEKLY : ILLUSTRATED.  WDISPENSABLFTO MINING MEN  *3 PER YEAR  POSTPAIO. _  HI'JID t'OII S4MIT.K COl'V,  Minings Scientific Press  MO XAKEBT IT.. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.  ANDRIiW    NEIDKJ  CONTRACTOR     and    BUILDER  ''OUSK AND SKIM PAINTING*  CALCIMININGaud.PAl'KI'. HANOI NO  PORT STEELE,  B.  C.  I3f   All   ,work promptly* done.  Don't  Shovel  Ashes  Not one make of furnace ia twenty is supplied with an  ash-pan.  Without an ash-pan the ashes must be shovelled into  a. pail or some other receptacle for removal���means dusl  in the eyes, ruined clothes, extra work ; a dirty disagreeable  job���the meanest part of furnace 'tending. ���  The Sunshine Furnace has an ash-pan which catches  all the ashes, and slides in and out easily. Has two handle*-  for carrying*.    No shovelling-, sweeping or dirt.  This is. only, one of- a dozen good' features posse-fseJ  by the Sunshine Furnace, none of which are found on  any other furnace.  McCIar/S  London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg;, Vancoover, St.John, N.E.  ��%�� %$KQ&p&tfOX.  SATURDAY, MAY  VI. 1905  Says Slocan Gutted.  The Mining Center of South East Kootenay  The Largest  Mineral Areas-,  -and the Most  Extensive  Coal Fields on the  American Continent  are Situated in  South East Kootenay  i?'  Agriculture   '  Grazing and the  Lumber Industry  are Prominent  Features of the  District.  * ' * ��  The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway will pass  through Fort Steele and Tap the Greatest Mineral Belt of the  District.  1 ��� U * , .  ��� i i     * i  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  Apply to  R. L. T, Galbraith,  fownsite office.  ft  The  Headauarters  for   Mining  and .Commercial  Men  '*������  Continued from Page 1.  ton.    pThc   Grunby nnd .Nelson  furnaces got the output."  As to the second point, we  quote tin; manager of the Hall  Mines smelter, who evidently  did not prompt the Review on  this point. In an interview reported in our issue of yesterday  he said:  , ���"When the eight-hour law was  passed'and pi-ices dropped, leud  miners lost heart and stopped  developing ��� their properties,  thinking that the ore. gathered  from sloping, without the. expense ol' development, would  pay. Thus when the revival  came through tlie granting; of  the lead bonus and through the  increase' of prices, tlie lead  miners found themselves with  their ore in sight overtaken.,  often with little money in their  treasury to recommence development, and with a black eye administered to the industry owing  to the depression of tho'previous  years preventing the uiltux of  capital. Hence, while there was  plenty of ore. in their mines" in  the lower levels, there was, a  lack of money to extract it.  The resource's have not been  overestimated, the veins' have  not   been    exhausted,   the   ores  i  have not, changed so that the  zinc ores are the only ones; that  carry high silver vulues. The  resources are there; all that is  lacking is the capital to do Ihe  necessary development work,  and, that is coming. Nor is the  Roview any happier iu its references to the government, bonus.  We all know it's doe'p-rooted objection to ''pap',' in any' form,  aud" wo do not, (lemur'to its  dictum that "if thoro is an actual  deficiency of load ores in the  country, the question of smeller  rates, bounties or'of government  'pap' is entirely apart froni' tlie  solution of the problem." Hut,  since such is not, the fact, but  the very reverse,, perhaps ihe  Review in its omniscience will  tell the poor,, benighted load  miuers of the Kootenays how  they are to sell their product in  competition with the American  Lead Trust���the very i.rusl that  put them out of business without  commence their  advertising  for  this y*';ir, using a series   of  four  adverti-M-menis.      from       which  twelve insertions will   be   made.  The first in the series deals with  the  ash> pan- feature  of the furnace, and from a perusal   of  the  ad. the advantages of an ash-pan  in a furnace, and this one in particular,   can   be   readily   understood     The second ad describes  the- large,double   feed-doors, explaining the ease with which the  "Sunshine" furnace can   be  fed.  The third explains the necessity  of u water-pan   properly   placed  and    used,     while    the     fourth  covers the 'very   important  fact  that     the    "Sunshine"   furnace  burns   any   kind   of  fuel   und is  supplied   with    both ' coal    and  wood grates.  While the McClary Co. are  lame users of daily newspaper  space they do not think that an  advertising campaign could be  made successful  in Canada with-  ��� c  out using the high-class weekly  publications, oJ which they have  over one hundred on their list. .  ~*��  LANDS AND WORKS.  (JANO'LLATION  UJ-'   JtESKKVK  N'  OTICK N Imroliy i*iveil Unit tlir- u-st-iviuluii  ubifibllsliecl In pm���.mince of UiupiorlHlouH  ol Hie "(.'nluiiililn ami Wusturn Hallway  Sub-ifily Act. lS'Jii," nonces of which wore pul>  llslied In tho IJiltlsJi Columbia GiuoLto mid ,  .Intel TLli May. 1S!V.. ami nth .lunc. IM>*i. ruipco-  lively, arc hereby cancelled. '"  ' Crown lands skinned within the :nuu eiu-  biaccd by the said rcsei viuion will bo open to  -inle, idttlemcnl. lcit-io unci .oilier disposition,  under the provisions of the ' learnt Act," three  months niter the date of tho llr->t publication of  tlii- notice in the lliltlsh Columbia Gu-totio;  provided, how ever, thai In all cases whero lauds  lire so sold, pre empied, -leased or otherwise  alienated by the Government and are subse-  quciitlv lound. upon the survey of tho Columbia  and Western Itaihva'y Company's blocks, to  Ho H-holly or in part within such blocks, then  the persons so urrnili'lnn such liiinW shall  aoqulie rlieir title thereto from the Hallway  Company, who have aj-ieed to deal with such  purchasers, pre-einptoi.s, lessees, etc., on the  same terms and conditions as the Government  would under ihu provisions of the "Lund Act,"  except in respect to timber lands on the Company's blocks, which shall be subject to the  roKiilations issued by tlie Company relutlvu to  Ihe nutting; ol timber on t,'ie Columbia and  Western Railway Land Giant. '  W. S. GOI'IC,  Dn)iitt/ C'0'iit'iitis.sivner of Lands ct'* Work.-'  Lands and Works l)i,i/nrtuicut,  I*      Victoria. li.C. .'.'trd Fnlinnirtj. WoA.  5H0RTLINE  BETWEEN  STPAUIKHICAGO  All    Modern     Conveniences  FOET    STEELE,   fi.C.  Large   Sample   Kocmis   for   Commercial   Men.  a minute's notice in L9CU���unless  they receive'from the Canadian  government similar protection  to that afforded by . the United  States government to its lead  industry. This is also an  answer to the somewhat didactic  and .oracular utterances of the  Review on the survival of the  fittest���that an industry that  cannot become self-supporting  had better die a natural death.  If this were put into practice  there would not be one industry  left in' Canada. After thirty  years' bonusiug aud protecting  of the^steel industry, its bouuties  have been increased last year lo  save it from destruction at the  hands of its great American  rival. And, the same is true of  all our industries. The fight is  an unequal one between a giant  and a dwarf, and as long as the  tremendous preponderance in  population and wealth which  now belong to the States prevails, and that country maintains  its protective policy, Canadian  industries can only survive by  following suit. It may be a disagreeable .necessity: it may  violate' theoretic conditions: it  may clash with economic ideas,  but it is business.���-Nelson  Tribune.  A   SUCCESSFUL   FURNACE  Your   'iltu.nt.ioi*   i*   culled   to    the  J'ioniser Limitod'' train.-; of the, "'Milwaukee It St. PjiuI Railway.'1 ���'The'only  perfect, trains in the world."  Von,will liini it desirable io ride on  those trains when t,roiti��- to any point in  the I<j-isUii'P. States or Cunudu. Thoy  connect with nil , Transcontinental  Trains and all Ticket Ajrentc. sell  ticket--.  for further information, pamphlets,  otc, ask any Ticket Agent or  R.  L. KORjD. II. a. UOWli.  __._Pi.iS:*,.  A'gcnL, General-Agent,  SPOKANE. PORTLAND  SA^VE  TIME  ALL  THE  BY    USING  TIME  A Good Article Judioiously Advertised Finds a Roady Sale.  McClury'* "Suushine" Fumac'.'- in Use  From Mali fax lo' Vancouver.  With this issue of Thk Pros-  pkctok ' the McClary Manufacturing-    Co..   of.Loudon,    Out.,  TO  SEATTLE,   TACOMA      '  AND ALL  Pacific   (.oast   Points  ST. PAUL, CHICAGO, NEW YORK,  AND  ALL  POINTS  EAST  Palace and Tourist  Sleepers, Bufl'ott  Library Cars, Modorn  Day CoachoH.  Dining:. Oars,  MEALS    A    LA    CARTK.  Best   Meals   on   Wheels  2 1'A'ST   TRAIN'S O  BAST  ANM WICST DAILY    *L  For  full   1'artictiln.r.-.   rates,  '.folders  ���le, call on w address.  ���S. (". VKRK'FS. (i.w.l'.A..  Seattle. Wash.  H. BRANDT. c.'P. -i T.A.. Spokane. TIIK  PROSPECTOR.  FOI-iT STRELK,  B.C..   MAY   U-i,   1!" r,.  HSW*-mCTa-B**-gE.',3*j>l,  BABY'S  SOAP1  Hood    031 ry  . "ONTREAt. ��  '**  ��he ^toxpzKiow  SATUltUAV.  MAY l.'l, 1��'0.">  -:*nmTTTnnTTTTTTffTTTmnTTTTTTnnnTT��TTTn->  E  LOCAL NEWS, i  t -a  ���cUtiiiiiiiiitiiiUiiiiUiiiiiikkkiiiiiiikiiikiki-:-  Mrs. T. T. McVittie was visiting- at Cranbrook Friday  Ceorge "Watson drove  over (o  Cranbrook Friday on business.  William   Carlin   was   at ("ran-  orook Thursday on business.  Koberl    Little   was   at   Cranbrook Thursday.  \i.   L.   T.   (-ialbranh   worn   to  Fernie Thursday on business.  IHI: MaSTIHR .ViIiCliA-,.C" : e: - *.w |  I.....U (iiM K>ftern the .-kin. ivhllt. pt.nuj.to i'i. tii-.ln.- it j  ' i.f       . 1.    nil. ru-t, . '.       In, .If .1(1.- f<>i    . i> i. * i  f, i ... -inn-linn    Fret-**> -������ :u I        Mllll'i  li.,��l��.-ii-��Alter-. Tuili'l soap <_��� . . iia-i..,..i t^_  -> " .   . j  I Bull river r]n;r-,dnv  ('uinter "-va*-.   un   Iroin  ���j ^ruu*irtrj^r*j-uTnrtj-iJTriruinj-u-^  [ Imperial Bank of Canada  : CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   $4,000,000  !- CAPITAL (paid up)      -   '$3,000,000  j REST ACCOUNT      -   -   $3,000,000  Hecici    OFFice-���Toronto. S  T. II. .MI':ilKIT'r,.l'ro-)idont   1). U. W'n.KJIC. \ri(to-Pre-j. and Gen. Man.    [tj  ACJONTS    IN    f'lil-'AT    I'I'I'J'AIN    bloyds   Man If     .2   l.omliard   St.,    >i  Si London.  d' ���"��� General MitnkiiiK Husinct-.s Trans-acted.  |]      SaviiiiiM liank Department.���Interest allowed on deposits.  I   Cranbrook Branch. j, f. M. PINKHAM, Manager.  2 uina-Lrii-u-u-j-u-iIO  '|f'3��-3#-w--S5'*h:'-^:s^  I The Qnartlan Rank or finmitimfi |  HEAD OFFICE--TORONTO.  Paid up Caiiitu) *8,700,000; Heservi* Fund $3,500,000;  'J'otal Resources $111,000,000 Nov. 30th, 1904.  I.onclo.n Office; 00 Lombard Street, E. C.  New Vnrk Office; 1 <l Exchange place.  And 113 braneliCH In Canada and tho United States.  %   Cranbrook Branch,  *  *  *  *  *  :  *  *  *  F. C. MALPAS, Manager.  %  111  North Star Lodge.'    .,   .,   v ,"     .,       .  3     :     D.    K.    i mi's,    Uay.ird. \m\  i town Tui'stlav en; business  SO. 30. j    *-'���   F.   l\>\viuili   was   up iroin  j Fi-sh Lake*-. Tuesday un bus-in-.-'*-.  WRIT*: t*6R   CIRCULAR  FOR RAW FURS  mi'i-h n ��A^oi.m ������ ,-m in*;  ���������;���: :~!'K- ���* .'���'-^Ktrr.^avt.v-.v^-r.;'./''^  A Big Change Expootod.  AGE METAL GATES  A.   F. AND A. M.       G.  R.  B.  C.  FORT STKEtE, II. C ���        ���  ��� . . '   , ,,      ,  Kezular   mcetlas-i-l'-t   Tui-Mluv    su   euct*>        U HOI t  Wt*)r(.>  IlOt    I a-dl. lOIKl hie  ll  month at, cisfht o'clock      Vlslilna Urptliepi arc   Would  bi?  Work.  cortfIu.ll> invited.  Elk .River Lod-je,  r��rnie.   re��iilar   -i-e<".:i',,-s  held ilrst Friday or cncli month  Cranbrook LoU-fe, Cranbrook. rei,-ui.u   ui-.-oi-  loifj held on tho third Thursday cf I'aen month j  A nnrvclous i-hanue has rome  over Southo-1-.l   Kooii'tmv   since  i 'i    '   . | thi* I'misiriiclion    ui   I ho   (.'row's  CharIo> FiiK-h'w;*.*-. down I'rum ; Xo.*-l hr.meh railway       Ifui    litis  M-.iry-.v'!l{�� Mondnv !,.!���  :i foet  wiilo,   t'fpol  btffli luoliullnfj hinge*- mill lutoli    ,...**3.<)0  IO Cotif  vrl-Jo, *  foot litK-Ii, Inolullliif-- lilnffUH unit lMtuh       0.50  ��� Other ��ixo�� lit proportion.  Supplied  by us or  looul d����l��r.  US  THE   PAGE   WIRE   FENCE   CO.   LIMITED,      Walkorvill-*,     Montreal,   Toronto,     Wlnnlpag,    St. John  E. G. PRIOR <a CO. Limited,, Ag-ants, VANCOUVER, VICTORIA ��n<fl KAMLOOP9  ' I'haiiy'i* will bo hinall a.*- i*oinparod  ��� ., r. ��� i      i     v.-���i,i ,���     i   -����� r,        ,'will) th.al whii'h will   taki'   phico  rt . ,,    H. S. C'i.ahk. secreiury.     j       ���'       -NtOhtOf.    .!      lotilli'i'.     (ran- I     ,. ,        , ,J  ^Wr'iV^VA'fY^VcVmfVtVfitVtVt'rtmVrVt'tVr'ffri^ I " : ndsoi"  l-'ritlUV.  brook,   were   ivp-Morcil \u    the-!uftor   ihu buildm-,'o'l ihe !\ooto-   |  I'East     ���  Kootenay's  nn\ L'eiural  I Rockv Mountain Chapter |i    Rinfrm!., ,        , ,       [     A  -ulvut   d*U  oL (1*^volopmont  1            '                                 '         5l^-      i    HllLl\1,t'   **j��'"��'����-�����;�� ironi , Work ha*, been iiokl back, in f she  3            SO.  v>5   R   \  M             <! *-*Kookii!i;     l mirk-    f nosdav on' i -,  ^         ,   . vj.  1.-3.   u.                        53'busir.p"**? jhopo oi inereasod transjiortiUioii  3    ���       roBT STKEr-K, it t'. sjl     '   ' 'and, a   -ub-eipieni   reduction   of  llog-ular inecuii'-.-:���2nd Tue--   ^{     Hon. Robert '���'    ("!reen. Minis- J t'reiyht   rales       Recent   reports  day   In   each   month   at ei��lu,5:   ter of Lands and   Work-   w;t>   ;u' from   ihe   miuiiii*   camp*-, in this  O'clock-.  Sojourniny   (.'oraji-inion-   ,iri  al Steele Wednesday  vicinity   are   to   the  etfect.   thai.  j   cordially invited  ? '-"-o^I- Bl-rrow. Scrib.- H.   5:  c:eek Monday.  ^ikkt>tk%_tkfittiyitftfxiititiiti,ikfiftiitiiMikiiSrl  Jiu:k   Thompson    and    K     R ' "l'O"   '^-i^  annonuce'ment  of the  Big Mail Order House  ���rfc-sf*^^^  C^\CS)  CD IX)   A  ��� 5:  l)uruuL   came 'down   from Perrv .^pinajeiieomeiu   of  construction  II.���.M. Bl-rrow. Scrib.- K. ' % c:eek Moiidav. '  ��� oi   the ,KL'.K���   a lar^c number  of   partially    cb-n*ei'oped     ininof*  Professional.  .  HARVEY &   McCARTER  BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS  CJUANBROOK,      -      H.C.  Alboi-i.   Banks   went   tu  P.-rrv   wiil col���.nence aclivo operations.   *  reek *-3unaay. retnrnitiL*-Mondav irni   , .      *' ",  ,,     , ,     ���>  afternoon.  The' one insurmountable obstacle  to active development beins:   re-  A   K. WatLs of Cranbrool    has ������ moved.'  been appointed 'as Deputy Came      1ir   ���   ~ ,'   '  Warden for Cranbrook Ridinir.    !     \> ��� ft-van.-,, fid'itor of   the.  Wil-  A. B. and Tom Ken wick returned Monday from" a trip'to  the Yahk coimtrv.    '  G. W. F, GARTER. B.G.L.  Notarij Public of liritinh  Columbia  Mr.   (Jhas'Mair   was, a visitor  (Jollcctioii of acc-ouiits nttcncluil  io.   r,<' l^a residence of Mr. and Mrs.  Auditing-  and   Iceuj-iii'*- of  books.done   13. -1. Gann this week,  with'di.spati'li.    Corroapoiirli'iK:*? solicit- '���    His.honor jud^e Foriuwas hold-  '.Cr. \v. !���'. CAKTKH.'Kort Stoolc, !$.(;. |-��o ll sitting of the County Court  at Cranbrook Tuosdav. '  mer Cutcroj*, was in town Friday., He called at Tni-: Pros-'  Piso'J'OR ollice and had a friendly  chat with its editor.  C. H. DUNBAR  lunmsTKU,. .souci'j'oi:  uiul^NOTAI'Y   I'UMLIf.  Criinbrook,   H.C.  T IT 0 M A S    M c V T T T T E  F��.L..S.   cfe  C.E.  Fort Sioelo B.C.  H"out Strki.k l>nvi:r.oi>Mi:sTSrsoiCATK T^td  188 I^uuUonlmll Sireel. r.onilon, KiikIiuhI.  N.  A. WAULINGER, FORT STEELE.  POST OI-'l-TOK HOX S.  ��� Johir.|)\Virth has built, a new  fence around hi.s residential lot  on Rocky Mountain Avenue.  J. \V. Fun ton and A. Motrin,  of Cranbrook, were in town  Tuesdav.  *-> It-is worth while pointing out  the great importa*iicp to South-  oast. , Kootenay, which will bo  meant by the satisfactory ��bui!d-  in'g of the K.C. R. That the  mining camps tributary to Steele  have, mines thai will become producers and shippers by tho time  that the railway reaches these  camps.  D. F. Williams,- A. Erickson.  W��� P. Tate aud M. A. Beale. all  of Cranbrook. were Steele  visitors on Tuesday.  J. G. CUMMINGS  CIVIL    ENGINEER  Provincial    Land   Surveyor  PORT'STEELE,   Ii.  C.  ,�����������������������������������������������������>����������������  WANTED  A Local Salesman for Fort Steele  and Surrounding; Coxmtry- to Rep  resent  ���Canada's Greatest  Nurseries'    ���*-  NVwe-t wirii'tu*-:-, :tn<l -.pi-i-iulii*'.-  In Hurdy Fruit.-. Sinun Fruit-.  Siirub*-, Ornamental-, ana Ki���->'.-.  A permanent situation, and territory-reserved for, t,he rijrht man.  Pay weekly; f-Iandaonu: Outfit fre-;*.  Write for p'artic.u!ar.-(, and send'25  cents for our ponket microscope j;i.-t  the thing'to use in exaini'nin.i.' * rees  and plantH for in.-ie.ct.-!.   '     ���    ,  .  STONE   cV 'i W'KLi.lNii'ro.V.'.  i Konthill 'Kursuriiv  1    '���''    . 'Over HOI) acn-s)  TORONTO       ,-.- . '-        O'NTAI'lOj  Dr. King. M.P. P . .1. P. M.  Pinkham, Y. Hyde Baker and  A. Doyle. Cranbrook. acted as  an escort to Hon. 1-i. F. Green,  on his visit to Steele, Wednesday  Win. Myers went up Wild  Horse creek to the Watson mine  Tuesday. He will do the annual  assessment work- on. the mine  before he return.-, to Steele.  James Pinley, manager ol the  Sullivan group of mines, and  Harry Diew. proprietor of the  North Star Hotel. Kimberley,-  were in town on bnsines.*- Tuesdav '  NOTICE.  Sixty day.-, after ilate I intend to  ipply lo the'Chief (Joiiiini��*jioiif.'r ot  band*; and Work- for permission to  purchahC the, lnllo-.vi-.il> described land  in Ka-,1, Kootenay, for pasture. 'Hejjin-  nino- ai a po��! planted on the northern  boundary ol Lot 14, at th<- southeast  corner ol Lot TOO-'i. ..i.honce norlh 20  chnins io ilio nnrlh ph-m cornc' of Lot.  700:!. thence east Id chains, thence south  10 chains more or ic-^s to ihe northern  boundary ol Lot 1(3. thence west alon��  tlu- northern boundary <>i l-.cn,;- Hi and 14  to place ol huuinninn conuiininji1 SO  acre- more or less.  Dated at Wolf Creek. March L8. I'.lOo.  II. W. BAR1!  \2    , As--enl, W. I^RKNC'IJ  ���:���  ���:���  t  t  t  CRANBROOK, B.C.  rue  WdSllilKj  MaK6�� a Dio  dlffefe'nce  In a lot of the men's furnishings  that are offered for sale  through the West.,    We Guarantee Everything  ���? We Sell  so you-have  nothing to fear  when dealing with us.  our Mail order System is Perfect  I  I  r  v  v  ?  V  Trv it once and you will never i;egret it.      Your money back   ��f  if goods are not satisfactory.  v  y  t     JOHN FINK   PII\K BRO'SMflNKI  t .*      . . *-.,"��  T Elll TEA  Fort Steele wil] share in the  benefits ot the construction of  the KooiiMiay Central railway.  A kivju number of new buildings  an- projected conditionally upon  the bnildiiiii- of tlie K.f'.K.  J.   HIGHWARDEN.  PIONEER   BARBER SHOP  Everyt.biriK'Strietly HMi-Rt Class.  ..   ��� ;'        ���'   " '   | '   '       '  Neat dooi- to the Pro��pc"'.nr  Ail l-Ve. Miner'-, Certilicates  i xpirc on May -''1st and should  be r-'iiewed before ihat date.  ���Wiien in .Steele yef your certifi-  fatesi renewed. ..Consta-l>le, Joe  Walsh is the -proper' person, to  afj'ply, to for tliesc. cert ifk-afes.  Dave Hreckonridjje.'.represenb'  in-/' -the Crow's Nest I.timber  Company.; was in toXviCKriday..  lie. says, ihe bi*.*- ,loy; drive will  lake jdaee. jus!.' as .-.omii as the  ���watr-r iii the 'K"o(j)enii v is hi��'li  eiipu'^-h.  '....���  If the Is or-t.e'ijuy . Centra I-, r.'i.il-  way is,, under eniistrueiioii this  year there will bf ui'i^at (b'iiiys  in the Upper'. , Columbia anil  Kootenay valley--, in IMOC>. ��� ,.\  smelter will he. const riicled on  (lie Columbia river near -Wilrnoi  NOTICE.  Xotice L- iierehy given ihat thirty '  (l.h*. after dale I intend to apply to the  Chi.*-f Commissioner ol Lands and  Work.- ill Victoria lor a twenty-one  year timber lua-,0 over tin- fo]lowing  dc-crilied land- in .Vm-tli Isa-f rs'oiil.e-  n.i\ : -  < oninicncin" at a po.-i plained adjoining I'ha-. \. ('liapman'.- lea-con  the -on tli -idi- of White I liver wit about  twenty mile- from ii- mouth), ihence  ��<���-! id chains, tiu'iice south liiOchains,  lheliceca-t Id cim ills, ibi.-nee soul h Kill  en,i ins. thenee u-e-t So ehftin.s. Ihence  -ii i'Ii 100 chain-, thence east 1-1(1 chains  tin .ice norlh Hill eliain-, thence we-d  J mi cliaiiis, thence norlh .'IliO chitins,  t!) nee we-t. LM0 chains to place of be-  ������p-iniiiiif*'.'-     . : ���'  !(',"'   ' ' '.J.'K. YVHY'l'K.   '  :    liated this 25th day of A.i^us!,, IDOl.  S.\bK ;OK  MlNIOJtAL CbAflMS ' BV  'fK^DI'II':' ,'  Sealed   lenders   for   the   purchase of  llic   interests  of  the   estate   of   Peter  bar.-ons alias I'cier 1^.   Ucyinei-   in   i.he  Wasa.. Maininofh   and "i.lie   Mayllowcr   Ai,' K-in(lK  0f IJjtii- W'or.k   n   .Specialty  Mi.iieriil Claims  situate   bel.ween   W��df  iiiid I .evvis Creeks   in   the.   I'Virt   Stcele  Miiiinc,   bivision   will   be   received   liv  RSHAW  N'oxt lo Stnilhiipiiii Hoi el  l-'ORT    STEELE,    B.   C.  A, ,). fJHI.'-//,  'itorniKTOu,.  Miiilei'sie|ie(l until noon   on .Monday l-|i���-- j   .Mcc-luitiic-,  ruiinc-is. s'poiisincn ;  To Iit-iil  iind  si.lti-n   th<-   -kin   sijirl   reinovo  Kron'su.  oil  >in<!   ru.-l' sjiiilns,   paint   iinil eiinlj  Bit-., use TIki -.Sl'iisUir  Mui-.liioili.V"   Tnr  Snni.  Albert Ttjllct, Sim]) Ot>.. yir��  >'th day of May iii'-.vi. , ���  .'I'l-udi-i-.s will mil Ill-considered unless  aei-oiri]iaiiie.l hy '''ciwh or an nccept.cd  elii-i|iie I'm- inn- third of tlie pm-chasc  price, tin- Ii.-itu.in-"��� will be payable on  the'sth day n'f July next.  'I'lie   hiiihest   lender   will   nol  ncce--/  siirily be accepted, i  '!..  I''. .\H*>IS'|-KONO.     ���"��� I  "ilici.-il  Aclmiiiisfiiitor.     j  Fort .Steele j  Cranbrook. l.Sth Ajiril. Iii0">.  IK  Shaving $rHair DresBi^^  .General iVIercHarit AND -J  '-Liquor Dealen 3  "   :-���-Z ������'.;���: -":.-.'.   .--I'  _j  . '        ^ '���  ; . .-si'  ^      Ma.iH'fa,cfiirer of all Kinds of Lumlier.       A'largo assort-     -^  S^ monf of seasoned Lumber and bhinglos always    . -.. ��� 3  S^ ������ '-'��������� ~**r*g  <*ZZ- on hand "Zi-  g DIMENSION      LUMBER      A      SPEpIALTY.        , 3  I    wflSfl. - - b a    I  GEARY   &  DOYLE.  'Livcru, Feed & 'Sale..Stable.  ',    fort Steele., ICC  Itc^uhir  Paily   Stupe  meets id  drains at Fori. Steele .1 unction.  .SADOLK ,s*. PACK  HORSES  ��������� ' i     "'  '  ��� 1 i:j>jun<; !->��������� .u i  icisms a si'L'clu.ts

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