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The Prospector May 11, 1901

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 Xlbrary of t^g AM  Vol. 7.  J?()RT S7V5B/-/5,  B. C,  SATURDAY, MAY 11, _.907.  No IB.  S     MINIMAL FLOAl      ?  Mining affairs are looking tip  M��>i  id.  up at tht kstt Hi mine  Oil the'- Pear!, ami Elkhoiii  claims mi Pen'i' Creek, lh> big  gold ipiurtz ledges an; showing  Up fine.  itimutit nf develop  is now going ahead  irons claims on Tn< \  iiiu on Lew  ng claims  tnitioi t  n, ��� Tumnnnr nif nmnninii v ��� n _  f_ Tutiacl and Stope i  l  ii' LtLtiLlUiillUilUiliiilUUUUUllU-  \l  nil  A large  ment work  on thi: numi  Just across the ill  is Creek many prom!  aiP being developed.  There is an mimeii  feed area in the Fort" Steele dis  triet, which requires only dp  velopinent and the establishment  of smelters. The values are  such as attract mrarag, men.  Groat things are expected when  the railway north and south,  through theBKootenay valley. is  constructed.  A small force are at work do  ing the annual assessment <>n t in  MoIlie'Bawn  It is gratifying to observe that  ail recent reports from the mining camps'indicate progress to |  wards, the establishment of the  liiiuius: industry on a sound business, bisis  flhe pUoei mines within ,  shoit distance of Poit Stu'e  show mcieused utmH  A Write' amount or- development work is going on in the  \icimtj of Mojie Lake  The Crow's Nest coal and coke'  is cutting a wonderful figure in  the smelting of Kootenay oies  T{pfw another year- "-oils *>v  there will-be several (producing  mines in the vicinity- of Fort  Steele.  It is no idie boast to say that  the prospects for Fort Ste< !e  were never more flattering  The Dardenelles is one of the,  best- developed properties on  Wild Horse creek.  Several mining deals of con  siderable importance\-are -now  pending. Some of^ the^details  will be made known latei  It is gratifying to note that  South East Kootenay is -becoming well known, and that the!  producing mines, sneh as the  North Star, Sullivan and St.  Eugene are doing so tmich to  bring about a state of affairs so  much desired.  In buildhigsineiters there are  -many, things to be. taken into  consideration. All;1, the con  dittoes for the profitable smelling of ores exists in the Fort  Met I. di-liut  Tlmrc is more inquiry for  mining property in South East  Kootenay just at present than  ever before. . We can safely  count on a prosperous year.  There is considerable develop  ntent going on in the vicinity of  the north fork of the St. Marys  ,|    it, .AI.i  ill  iking prepai  tin l,old Leaf  I nm      which  imd.  tin  now  AT   TOBACCO   PLAINS.  HiaiiiK  ami   G��nenil   TJu"mnss "Xm  orowiuR. --Railway Survey.  mill of ���. Klweli  m_r on tu< Jew Fi.ution,  I il,e i In ns tic n'tly bond  11, New Coid i-'i��-ld of B.  nnpany. C  itids I he insialhiiion of in i  iery. It is possible that a  pitssoi plant will be in  led on the above named  ms in the near futui,  i:.\l_l_U,l>  The Fanerald is an extension of  ho Last Chance one of the Dibble group. There arc three leads  mining through the claim, one  s three feet in width, another  wo feet, and a small one. The  eins can be traced upon the  .urfaee the Full length.of the  ;laim and dips at an angle of ten  kgrees, the trend is east and  west. The ore is a chloride as-  iving very high in gold and  Iver.  , ,n ,un,w���,  m   ii j i    b >i  .d    i\  miles    Iron,    Hi       I nn -  \  -t'  1     i    r,_r   iluv   it.   1 .11   win  _- tin 1  n\           �� a-It tilling t    'in  Laiul-  mo-       If   the   ron!ft .is   adt  >pt.d  11 liey   will   follow   the   old  H  (  Southern survev to a p mil  nt ,1 '  iElko. and make connection'  - with  the( Hi* - \L-t hi ni'h  I     It    is   ,��p,rUd    i! it     H  lOtlni  Uun.jiiKr  mint   i"   ��Nl'!oi  imite   via -McDonalds   Lali  j   uid  ih,  i'nth. id iti\ei  1    A large number o[ h -mi  SO  k  Ithesonlli looking for land.  .     The-. repori,   that   HipI  P   U  j have.'withdrawn   "(h, n   hi  .id    in  1   l||Sll>llll\   1"  >m  t����    i"1  1 t   Is  1 lit.  .     Biisin -s   l-   ln-1      uiu  \11\  lu��t .    >[�����. ii    b.  n_ 1'iU   '  i i ���b\  settlers and [ndi nis  m lit  ipi  i t* ' us with a: diamond  ill coiniiitiiH-e on or about  >lli  of  May.  on  this pio  t- tin  I tin.  dii  ii lw  A Chronic Kicker.  The editor of the Fernie Free  Press refers to Fort Steele  ���"as a: little burg, of -abotit  it hundred people." If the  Free Press editor was not-  such a chronic kicker in matters  pertaining to his own town of  Fernie, we would say that he  'lied" under a misapprehension  bul as he is a man that has kicked himself out of.other towns,  and it- he. doni mend his ways,  take a tumble, and jar loose lie  will kick himself out or Fei  und South.East Kootenay.  Shamrock's Chances;  The trial spin of Shamrock II  has demonstrated  that tho new  cup clmilpiigti   is  a   sum what  \ _'i U i niu-r is nutitt d u  the plains. Phillipp*. is Slowing  theie in tviol.mtU md a sen  eiilmpidiitulist stoit .illdoiiu  biisim ^ and niinniir i- weli  und�� i �� tv  phiUi.--'^ creek promises to >i  t hiifh jrrade. mining camp. Ii  is reported, that a large amount-  of development work will be  done here, during the. present  veai  Itidtni \s*nt t-rilbi i th wis  here last week on official business He vaccinated a large  number of Indians  The health officers patrol .the  boundary line every day.... No  Indians uie allowed to cio-s   the  line.         _______  East Kootenay Stock.  \-k< il       Inil  Silver-lend ftuotatioits.  ' !���!' '  I" i  Busm.ss It Poit Stifl mi]  Hiliies brisk for tl��  s. i-on  Anolher we��lf has passe,,  without, variatiousoi miporlaiti't  in minor metals  Th i oil mo kit is i-\i �� mi  lunittln  riii  ok,  I .HiIH  ri"i��'i  show a slight - nn  Lead., the same old outfit   tin  Bxos the selling pm-.e I'or.mniei  and   smelters (piole leinl   at   ill  sunn ol��l pine, M 17*  will:GO OUT.  Rumor. That Tarte, Cartwrig'ht and  Mills are Gains Out of tuo Oaliinet.  Ottawa,   'v' i  full id in i i il i i .ohm i  changt s In to ' i h s, ssun  Il is si iud i1 it I'm!, s to it  sign and lake n trip around th  world.  Su Ri-lmd ' nlwiu'hl ist  heappoihled Lieutei]aii_t-(!ov i  nor of Out u in in si�� issmu I  Sir Oliver iMmval., whuse.Un  soonixpne-  Hoii. David Mills is. to b  raised to tin siipti me to u  bench, in stmt ssuni to hnl_  King, and will he follow,,! i  minister oi' justice liy H��u  Charles [-'it/.pnlrick. whose plat  assolldtoi go , ml i lo h, hi',  by Mi   ( haih's L< uhtou  Mi    sun  iliul    in ��    v. tu.  pOStlUHStt I   gt HI I ll    Is t ' ll, lolll  uiinister ol trade aiitl. tommeu ,  is situatedTabout the center of  the immense silver-lead /.one  that traverses the Selkirk range  of mountains. The rock.enclosing: th. on found is a dark gray,  wih .i line grained hard tough  ti \l in ipridtfiitly t)f igneous  origin, with slight evidences of  bedding planes, indicating the  probability of its heing very  in_h!v altered "stratitied rock  A large nuuiher of claims aie  staked -on. both sides of the  ��� le.-k. The iSforth : Star  shippt d thoiisiiuls of tons ot  -,il\ei 1< uloii tnti ins blocked  out bv its numerous shafts,  dntts md tuunels I use resi i\es  of liiah grade ore, carrying 40  tu >o omitts in sihei 11 to h i  pi j t. ut m k,ut \cioss Maik  t leek to the north we find the  Sullivan group, the oi-e is similar  to that  found in  the Star, and  I imm iisitj ot tht ote bodj  b. n iyt O u; the i age amount oi  development work done in the  pisttwo\tus A-, soon as the  i ail way is completed to the mine  the -Sullivan    will    become    a  hippti   second  to none m But  sh Columbia  SILVIA   M1XB  Aw iv u]t Wasi t,ieek and two  iles from the: bottom of the  valley, is situated "the Silvia  claim The ledge is from'12 to  is inches, cutting, its course  through the formation. It is  while, quartz and the gold is  found plentifully on the sides of  tht ledge ueu the si ite while  through the center part runs  stu ik.of rich agentite. On the  siiue elaiai and running' at.al  most right angles with the ledge,  described above there is another  vein PJ or 1-1 feet wide carrying  hromkio of silver in considerable  .pitnlitus  mi,1   \w  Work will shortly commence  on the Kill. Nye, .this property is  situated on Trail creek, and lias  u lead ten feet in width, the outs n quartz carry.gold, coppei  md "uik'im  \l \S\   liKOl'l1  Assessment work is now hetiif.  don.   -i l,ic\\ is i udM Jiuuoil  ELKO   JUNCTION.  Timber Locators and Towneits Boom  ers ���Railway Surreys.���Bridge  Repairing.  Elko May St���Elko is recen  ng considerable attention. The  railway sun'ey outfit are expected to reach here by Saturday  reported that they will come  up the Elk River from Crow's  Nest Landing  Timber locators are numerous,  it is said that efforts are being  made to monopolize the timber  limits  day  Minneapolis,     May    11.���The  annual meeting of the Territorial  Pioneers" "Association was  held  today  in  the  log cabin  on the  strong. _. j state fair ground.  The  hotel   here   is .well   pat: j.   Guthrie, Oklohoma, May 11 ���  onized.  | Governor W., M. Jenkins and W.  -Moyie City Mines. I GrimeS]    territorial;   secretary  -, t   E[j(.,kNh. were inaugurated here today  With the exception of a few      ... t    ���    ..   ,,  lavs duimg the ccidweathei the 1 Manhasset, N Y May 11-  St.- Eugene concentrator hasjThe Manhasset Bay;. Yacht  been running, with a full force, jClub's raceabouts left their  during last week worked but one]anchorage this morning, to com-  shifts it is- now working three I pete in the first race for the  days a week. The mine has j Jacobs Cup.  hipping^iie ind we aie inform |�� a s ai iumidih  !**.��������� -    -     in-��  M  -""',    Manitoba,   Winn,,   May   10.���  ed thaTno more will be shipped]  V  i k  Mine owners are much elated  M, ith tli pus. nt sho\\i!U.s  the big gold quart/, ledges on  t*i \i\ tiecK The Pen; ( teek  Cold Mining Company art w  it t, i mii ill force.' The Ruby  \ in was cut at (iiiO Teot in the  Pearl tunnel, a cross drift show  Dial, tint vein 1ms a width of 40  feet. A tunnel run oii the  for" it? feet, has u line showin-  ���i Iti qit lit/ ill fu l the InghoM  g, hi values have been obta  at. lliis.pniiil, at a. depth of nearly  iiiti fe, i 'I In met sstl\ of a  wig m iiiul up Pun citik be  loin, s mint iipparent everyday,  is the mm, s hn, hi i n diielop  , d. to  a  point that future work  Late TeleoraDhic News |  3-ijCrLnjLahJiKnjifiJinjtjijTLju^^  OI    TO  1|V      I  The'  it> of  Suitll, "Wash M.tj 11  u pins on the sleamei  Topeka resulting TJmu  partial wreck last year on Sulli  van island, were'completed to  day. The repairs cost the  Topeka and Pacific Coast Steam  ship Company $50 nun  ST.   LOl'IS  ttAlJRS  Si. Louis. May 11.���The 1H01  race meeting of the St. Louis  Fair Association opened today  Sixteen fixtures, handicap and  special even Is wi rli ��r.i hi and  WiMO, aie piovided foi  STOL'KHOLDKliS   FBKI    t.OiHl  New York, May 11.���The Central Railroad of New Jersey, to  day paid out a regular quarterly  of 1�� per cent.  Pittsburg, Pa., May 11.���All  window and glass factories shut  down today.  Richmond, Ind.,-May  11.���^In  Townsite     boomers     are    in 1 pursuance^ an order issued by  evidence    with    several  -pros- [the Indiana glass manufacturers  all glass  plants closed 'down to-  pective townsites in sight.  High'water is expected.  Elk riyer bridge which was in  dangerous condition,   is  now  being repaired by  Mr.  Johnson  Moyie,    under   iu'striietipns  l  Government Agent Arm-  Cronin returns from  until Mr.  the east.  DEWEY CLAIM.  Three miles!west of the. town  of Moyie is situated, .the Dewey .  claim, it is owuedby Tom.Radei \  there is a fine showing of copper  ore. which carries values in  gold. There is a small force at'  work developing the property  TUB  AIJROBA.  The lead .which was latel)' encountered in a cross drift from  the main, tunnel is now pronounced to be an extension of  the St. Eugene vein. A force of  men are at work developing, and  their intention to work all  summer  ALIlIi CLAIM.  Prank Guidon and others have  discovered new placer ground on  the  Degrees: were conferred today  on the successful graduates of  the University of Manitoba. On  thirty-seven students the B. A  degree was conferred  Hl'fiH   TIMBER DKAI  Winnipeg, Manitoba, May 'i ���  J. C. O'Hara, a well known ex  plorer of Duluth, Minn., closed a  deal here today for 16,000 acies  of timber lands north of the  Winnipeg country. The deal in  eludes an immense -find-of coal  made by him while exploring foi  spruce, Duluth parties are in  terested with him, and it is said  that the find is an immensely  rich one  The 16,000 acres include, so it  is said. 300,000,000 feet of spruce  VAItoON-PLAYS AliAlS  Loudon, May it.���Harry Vai  pposite side of the "lake.! don and Charles Taylor, the  They have gravel which contain!champion English professional  colois, and the piospect is!golfois, mot today foi the hist  ���ettiug better as l-hoy go down. I time since their 'meeting last  They expect to slrike.il rich, summer at the Mid Surrey links  when bedrock is encountered. I.ai;htkalias pahliamknt  soOikty (tint.. ��� ..i    Melbourne,. Australia, May H���  It is the intentionof the own-] The first federal parliament of  or.-; of the Society Girl to com-] New South Wales, was oponed  mem ii wink in. the near future. . [here today in the presence of a  ________ __   r_ANN.! very    distinguished    gathei tng  Eaat Kootanay. | which included  Admiral  Remey  A vast amount of work has laud the full slalT of the Ariwu  been mapped . out by the mine j can Consulate. ; The Duke and  owncts in this section foi theI DlUihpss nf \tH\ attended tht  piesent \eai, and theio is no  doubt but that a number ill" t *-��*��-"��",t-*��-  elaims will be added l.o the list! Washington, May !>.���-Prest-  of producing mines. leasts dent McKiuley and his party, on  Kootenay is. entering upon anj]lis W(,s!ern tour, are making  e.aonnospentysuchasiiasnotj A      the mosl  In en di earned ol,   and inside of     '  two   jeais  inachtneiy    will   b, | ����"l"'IOUS 'll( "'nstanccs  iMirking from Tobacco Plains to;.   London,     May      0.���Captain  Windtimtie     ft is no idle boost' \\ llim.   ���f  UieSh imiock II   is  __tr _"___,* -"��">"��'" ar n",siM"  ttal and machmeiy to uiik, it "���'^ n *im ni the tual i.ues  a\ailable. Bast Kootenay will iglve a minute in each mile to the  not  rest  long  in the shade, the' shamrock.  Kooten.iyCetitial   Ruilwin   ��ill       ,    , ,,       -,        -,_-.lack  hethepiinctpai fattoi in open hulvsoinine Mm .���Jack  rag up the vast mineialtiKiis of soin tile _ gieat hie has buinetl  the district. .   : itself, out.      One hundred   and  forty eight blocks of a beautiful  ty have been laid waste. .   The  loss will ippiovnuttt Mo <n mono  bin neit d sti h t is 1    bloc lis  wide  and  two  miles  long, this  pt dean as i  floor  Pekin, May 0. ��� A majority. of  the foreign ministers will li.ni'  Pekin next week for the western  hills to spend the summer., tak  ins with them.'military guards  for their protection  FOOTBALL  AT  NELSON.  Why     Steele - Cranbrook   Lost   the  The ..fot.tbhil!. match between  Nelson, and a* team from Fort  Steele and Cranbrook, was won  by the Nelson team .by one goal  and two tries, to one goal- or 11  points to the  The score hardly represents  the game which was very evenl>  contested up to the first quarter  of. second half then the visilin_  team met with several accidents  It is but fair to say that the two  forwards of the Steele-Cranbrook  team were unable to play, and it  was in this department of the  g.ime that Nelson was superior  However we trust later on to  see the team give a better account of themselves.  The -Nelson team are to be  congratulated on their hospitable  ways and clean play, and altho  the ground militated against the  enjoyment.of the game, a little  on account of its compactness  it was the same everywhere. It  is much to be regretted that the  best team did not go to Nelson  as a defeat under such circumstances is very unsatisfactory,  both for the winners and losers.  nd. we still  feel  here  that we  an hold Nelson a little more  than even. Where all played  well it is invidious to mention  names, but the two weak'*points  in the team, and they are bad  ones,, are the want of. passing  tactics and helping out by forwards. The three quarter line  fairly fast and good,  but dur  g the whole game  no  passing  is done except  by  the   halfback.     Several good   openings  occurred but.owing to the selfishness of the  party with the ball'  the chance was lost.    No single  play  against a whole  team and this should   be lecog  uized by all players.     We  must  hope that this  will  be rectified  before the next match and an ex  pie   taken  from the Captaiu  who played, a stetlmg game  lie camo from (-ranliionk  l'lt\  Th,- fotiUiiUl ���'  H, like, dllhinl  hejiluoil It^vift  I mil thi hicikuftln\  -Hi* lalkwl uf halve* [mil ltud  lIu'talbetMif "b.!lil"��ml  lb  uusUu  H.'ti.lil-if ,111111.  Hut win, tin nui  lb 'rt iilwu.v* l'i  Itui limit  lie .1 i>lH\ei  Knilway Notes,  The government railway subsidy hill has passed its second  reading hi the Provincial legis  lature with only three dissenting  votes.  The  Kooteniiy   Central   Kail  way   bill   has  passed  its second.  reading in  the  Senate   Railway  Committee.  The government has received  three offers for the building of  the Coast to Kootenay Railway  The advance in Canadian Pacific slcick to II7.1 in Montreal  and New York', has made many  Canadian's thousands of dollars  richei  The Kettle River Railway  bill has passed. Corbin's asso  ciates of IWtR.were successful. in  getting their charter. THE PKO.SPEOTOK, FORT STEELE, B. U.,.:l?01*  H. IplIWEM  '������.;i\<'.<&A  ���:'.;V.'W'-  F&ti&e<^,m&  ���....���_-.���.���;������,     ���,-���.���       -H -    ���-  -��� ���,..-'���".���     --,-     '���/-;'���:���  ���"."���       '.."���:    -: :.���- ,    . -r>: '���-. ''������=.-:: .     .   : '.-���     .     '������:-. ��� ���������;. ���- .-..-   ,-; --^ ',,-vi   ������:     -       .-":-,���<������ ".-��� .'���-..'���-���. '���-.   ���    <������������ .-. ��� ' -A-    ��� .<��� - :-���������! --. ��������� ���    ..������.;,..: '  . .vl .- .   , .���!",'.'.. c, .. ,.. ',i ,, : ���. "������ .f:<^r     .;;  ���. . ���'; .      ,-       .-....:'���...    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Conmiimica-'  - tlrmMRtrietlyeoiintlentlal. nimdhnokoii i'litcttts  MitiL free.. UIiIokI imeiicy for securing patents.  I\it<-:il9 taken throueh  Slmm & Co. receive  ipteialn'itteei without charge, lu the  6*5  .Vlininlsnin��ly illustrated weeklr.    1  'ti-ECtft. clr-  t  liihitiou of niiv ��<i��ntltln jmirnal.    'I'orm^ If3 a  ���ymir: ionr niomhs, tl.  HciJ byall- newsdealers.  IUKN&Co.3eiB���ad^ New York  Br��titli OmcB. B& V St., Wailiintion, 1). C:  MONTROSE BICYCLEWFREE  on approval to your oddresa WITHOUT A CENT IN  ADVANCE.  SEND   US  YOUR  ORDER, stale whether you wish ladv's or ninn'!i  wheel; Kivoeolor. height-of frame and tear wanteil and WE ll'il,|, SIIII*  .  T1IK WHEKIj C.'.^O. IX on.approval..allowing yoti to uncrute and ex-  -ainine it fully before you accept it.    If it-is not. all and more than ve  .'claim forit, and a better wheel than you can set for. any where near.the  price from anyoiio else, refuse it and we will pay ali express eharire1*  ^ourselves.   The.'?MONTROSE" Bicycle   *��| ��>  crn  -atom- Spuvinl.  Agent's   sainplo price  of   ��** | D,ov-'  is the irreatest hni-unill in a bicycle ever offered. We guarantee it, equal.  to any *tawheel on the market, and you need iiot'urccpt it noi- p:iva cent  llyoudo not.llnd it as we represent. ' We are KXCl.I'Sl VIC HIOVOI.H  JIAMIMOTI'IMiiUi nml take.this method of iiuioklv iulniducinp;  our 11I0O J1(��1��i;i.s. -fhis oiler of a sample wheel at this low |iiice is  nir.de.to seeure'a RIDER AGENT in each town to represent us  ami take orders. Our ugents make money, fast. -  CDEPICIPATSflMC  ������Frame. S!!,-J,or!.��r.ini-h: ladles. S:J f m-li.'. best,  OrEllir IbA I l!irSC�� Siielb.v seamless tubing with'forged ran c-  tions. Hush Joints. Imprt)ved ex|>ander device'to I'jisten. sent post and  handle bur; Koynl ,\roh crown; the celebrated .lluvis hubsjind banirer���  tin: easiest running known; ltee<ird "A" tires, lln-.fu-w and nuo.H'tbo  most expensive tires on the market. 'I'he genuine iM.Mcpltiicci' Ilvgienie  saddle; pedtiW. tools and accessories the best obtainable. ; ICnnuieled in  black. maror>u or couelugreen. highly flnislicd uud ornamented; special  llnlsheil nickeling <.n all bright p.'i-      ��������������-���    ���    ���  of material that goes into this tu.  aiitco hand with each bicycle.  PRFF to any one sending the * I <;.<->(> cash in full, with order we will  I III.L. send free a gciiulne Uuriliek io.ikhi mid- barrel pattern evclo-  nieter: lorn high grade lloor pump. Your money all buck if you are not  perfectly siitislled.'       ���        ' , * .  fMFflD U/UF^I ?' Wo. tin not. manufactuio the cheap depart-  . ..- ""tf *PflfclUE��Oi montstore kind of wheels, such as many new  concerns and big supply houses advertise and sell as high, grade. We can furnish them,  however, atS.i.to S7 stripped: or.����.-.-. to ��te.r.llcomplete. We do not guarantee nor recommend them.' ItUruUK.-clKIIKItlx; ,i bicvele or nnv one else.no matter who in- how  cheap, wile ns and let us tell you how much we can save von on the sumo machine.  II you. IISJARI F in H1IY awheel wo c��n assist yoii'to KAISN'A ltlCYCI.K bydis-  ,   . .     ., ...     are    uimukL   IU   UUI   ti-ibuting catalogues for us a few duvs.   We need onetierson  gneach town for this purpose. �� u have several hundred SKCtlMl 1IAX1> WHEELS uiken in trade which wo  ���n-111 close outntftie to i?l<�� eaeli: also some shopworn samples and ".ill models very cheap. Send for llamlu l.lst.  AiVH ICBLIAIUMTV is unrrnestionod. We refer to any bank or business hcuse in Chicago, or any express or  railroad company. We will send you letters! of reference direct from the largest banks In Chicago it you wish it.,  CEUn YllllR flRnFR ,t<,<,n.y.- TMslow tnico and these uneeial tcriiin of shipment without deposit will  OunU    I UUIl   UllUCn bo withdrawn very soon,   raroivetiamo or this paper. T jt.  I    ��/. 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E:i.'i;'.''I>.r.nnis  may liayo. llioih free. .Afl.-.li'oss  ���Xo..vLyr>if.-i.'',.''.'Tho/::Nicb()lso!v'/'l'ii--'  stiUile, ".'. 7S0.- ��� 'Eig-hth., Avt!iiiiov  Now "York, lL;a-.A;''.;...'v; ; :::  CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS,  5       COPYRIGHTS AND DESIGNS.  i S<:i><' your buMincis direct toWa��hiii;toii,  J saves time, cost* lc��s, better lerrirc.  f My office closa to V. S. Patent Office. ' FREE preltnln.  t nry nxaminationt made.. Atty'i fee not due until patent  f 1> necured FERSONAL ATTENnOU GIVEN���19 YEARS  J ACTUAL EXPERIENCE. Book "How to obtain PnttnU,'.'  {etc., jent freo. Tatinti procured tbronRh E. 0. Siggen  ^receive apeclal   notice,   without charge,  in   the  riNVENTIVE"AC:E  llloitratsd monthly���Eleventh year���terma, $1. a year.  Late of C. A. Snow 6 Co.  918 F St.. N. W.,  V/ASHINGTON,  D- C.  IE GSIfiGERSj  CONTRACTORS  All   Kinds   of ;Brick   anci   Stone   VviVik  milOlv and LIME Por-Sale.     ",< PLASEEKING, Promptly  Done  IffllNGf||��|  _T_t;_c_ .  THIRTY-HIHTH YEAR.  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  24 Pa^es   :   "Weekly   :   Illustrated.  [NDISF^SNSABLE  TO MINING MEN.  $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID. '[[  j       SKX1>  KOlt SAMPLE COPV.  MINING-* scientific PRESS:  iJO MARKET ST., SAN 1RAHCISC0, CAL.  Oerifs  ��2_r!_-__>;i]      .^!��i.i--i * '*.<<*.  ;i _. _-ui,��j_,iv.t  ���*!.i'<\*V,;ons  c��  il  CHT:t!o!n.P Mf  l-<ll��'Uil   Vr-laU, i _^n, *'�� ___.-��m���- :i ��  I&--  I & ;  if-.  IS?;.  THE PROSPECTOR; FORT STEELE, B.C., 1901.  ####  "*"  m  {*  Mining^  ��;  ��it_|f^  Ii..-.-.-.1  ��� v :>���-..������.    SS��*J ��� . ���:<��<*������: ���'������ 'v-- ^ ������������.'���'.'    . ., :-^ .��� ���.:���������   ;���.���������. ^; ; ��� "':r\ ���.������:.' P. ���������'���. -,'        .:,��;���"���. ���!���/���, ��� \\, .V.-.-'  ���.���.-.:':��� . "��� ,-:'T"i-, ���..:.:"���-.; .���...'���-:���:. -n .->���������.-;:'��� :������., ������?>..:,    ���������',���'] ���.. ������������.���-���-.... ;-'.>'-v,,>-^ , .!���'���"���>�����: ,:-'������.'- -.'-���'������.������ ;*���'���'���: i'.-'- ���'.������..-:������.-' .���,-.- ���'���.'." ������-.-':��� ;'-;-;^:-�� -���'.:'��.���: .���������-..).'.' "'':.;.���.  -;-,,>,'  '.�����;;,  And   Tap   the   Greatest ,:-'-i\t___a____'.:;;!a^ ' District  ��� d  .-'... v. . ,-,������-.-���.��� T"-j'.'-_ ��� '        ;.���.���, .'.,  ������        ������������'���-���...������, <���    '        .'������.-���������������     ���������;���,-.     ' ���.-���,.',.���������'''.���������'.'-���'       '���'.���������'������:������   ���?   ������' ���  Choice Business and j Residence ll@|siferl^l0  rtO  e  J'J" THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B.  C, MAY 11,  1001.  v.  @��ite %)K0&pzzto\%  SATURDAY, A1.1V II. 1001.  The Greater Miracle.  ' It does not seem lo us a wonderful thing that a watchmaker  should ho able to pick up the  scattered pieces of a watch and  put them together in a perfect  time-piece. We do not look  upon it' as a miracle when soiled  scraps of paper are put through  a certain process and come out  white and beautiful and whole  again. -And it is no more wonderful that the Cod who made  us can fashion us anew even  after death's long- sleep.  The greater miracle is something- we can see every day,  when men pass from'death to  life before our. eyes. The  profligate who has been absorbed in degrading pleasures  becomes pure in thought as well  as iivLife. The son who has torn  his mother's heart by his un-  kindness is tender, thoughtful  and loving. The girl who has  never cared for anything but  .having her own way. puts, the  good of others before her own  pleasure. The spiritual resurrection, the awakening from the  death of sin to the life of Christ-  likeness, is the miracle of ihe  ages., And one who has proved  God's-- power in the greatest  th'ing, will not fear to trust him  for the less..  CANADIAN  LIMITED.  llKAD  OFKKiK  -10 Qijkhn VkjtokiA St.,  London, England'.  .British Columbia Office  Four Stisku-;, n. c.  CM. lilmvAiijj.s.  GfCN'L MAXApKH.  30,000 Acres Farm Lands  In the far famed Kootknay Vau.kv for Sai.k on easy terms  of payment. Pmuios *?_,T>(��� Per acrk and .upwards. Jn, close  proximity to the Crow's Nicst Railway. '"  Lots in 'the (own of TClko arc now ynUlie market, prices ��.">0,  and upwards according to situation.  ��Elko boasts of the biggest, water power in'South East  Kootenay, and will be the junct'ion'of the Crow's Nest Southern  Railway.     ��� > ,  Correspondence Solicited.  RAILWAY  Direct  route  ���     to  ALL   /'OINTS  EAST  _rTTrTTTTITTTTTTTrTTTrfTfTTTTrTffTT��TnTTTTTTnTTTTTTTTTTnnTHTnTTnTrnTTTTtTTTrTnTTTTnTrrfnTTTr_  CAPITAL WANTED.  To Develop  The Rich Mineral  Resources Of  South East Kootenay.  %���' ' '  585  m  -���#  an  *  *  ' What Shall It Be?  "Wo are the sculptors of our  destiny. We daily chisel the  character which will forever  decide our weal or woe. What  shall ,if be':' Solemn question  this! -Remember, none of us  will be able to deny our handiwork in the,judgment day. Infinitely more enduring than the  finest granite will be the work  we are now'doing."    -  o Our Prospects. ' '  Klondike is. all' right, -and  South East Kootenay lias just as  good a ch'an'ce for scoring a success in mining ,as any 'other portion of the American continent:  Lt now seems to be the concensus  of alimining men that, the fi'ort  Steele mining division is a vast  mineral country, with every .encouragement for the prospector,  'the'capitalist, and those seeking  for mining properties. The immense output'from this district  during-thc-~year 1900 has caused  a flow of mining men "which will  be followed by another and still  larger influx to the. large and  rich mineral fields of South East  Kootenay. .    . ,  i  Attention Hunters - and  Prospectors.  Indian Agouti Galbruith is willing to  pay llic bum of *500. pdF^paiK for  Mountain Sheep and Goat, or cither.  v I ' o  ���o NOTICE.  In the miillci' of tho Hslaio of ICdniund  C'o\- I'lirkcr lute of Fori. Steele Handler. <lc-  i tilled.  TAICK NOTICK that all parlies liavuiK  i-liilnis aifiilnsl the est lite of tin; above named  I'Jilmuml Cox I'aiUer. ctoroii-.fil.���:irc ifinilieel  on or hefoie llm l.">lh dajMifJuno. KHM. lo send  bv mail, piep.iid, 10 R. U. T. Cialuriiith, I'Yirt  Slerlr. II. C a statement. Sliowiiiff I hi; nature  in their elaim. t!iu jinrtieuliu's ot their accounts  and tlie iiamre ol I lie soeuriiy (il any) held l>.v  them. , ^  AND KUKTIIKIt TAKK NOTICK that  nfiei- the said l.">tli day of .1 line the said  Uxeeutnr will proceed to distribute said estate,  liui'liiK I't'tfiirtl only to the claims or which he  tlun has notlee and will not he responsible to  the holders or claims of which he litis, no notice  at the date or dlsiilbntioti.  Dated at Tort Steele Ihi.s ���Jdili day or April.  1!HM.  U. T.. T. GAIMHAIVU  by  Uaiiviiv & McCaiitkk, his Solicitors,.  Tile Steele House  Fort Steele, B.C.  Centrally Situated on Riverside Avenue.  Conducted on Up-To-Date'Methods. '  The Best Bar In Town.'     "      , i   .'  ,   ,  *"J ii ' (  D. McNeish  PROPRIETOR.  Sr  GEARY ������& DOYLE. .    "'^J?^       ''  OKUTIFIUATEOK IMI'IICIVKMKN'TS.  and  WEST  DINING OARS     n  FIRST  CLASS  SLEEPERS.  TOURIST OARS  Through Tickets  TO  AND   FKOM  England, The Continent, Australia  China and Japan.  ���   LOW RATES  QUICK TIME  For tiine-lHliles. rates and full information call on or addre-o* nearest local  ag'enl- '   =  (.'. K. .MANSFIELD. A��t. Fort .Steele.  3  3  .3  3  3  3  3  3  3  3  3  3  3  3  3  a  3  a  3  Partially Developed,  ''    And Undeveloped Copper  r And Silver-Lead Properties  Are Offered For Sale On  Liberal Working Bonds.  FOR   REPORTS.   AND   INFORMATION; WRITE  CHARLES  ESTMERE.  | Kimberley,   B.C. I  miiiiiUUUiiUiHAUiiUiiUikUUUUUUIikUUUUUiiiiUiiUUUUiiUllUUUUiiUUUkHkUi^l  TO  3  3  a  3  3  a  3  a  al  J. S. CARTER,  Dis. Pass. Agt.  Nelson.  E. J. COYLE,  . A. G. P. A.  Vancouver  -liverUr Feed & Sale Stable.  '    ���        ' '' l-Yirl Steele. R.C  l!e��u]ur  Daily' Singe  meets till  ��� t'fiiin's at Fort Stuolc Junctidii. ���  ~   t    i '     <> i '  SADDLE*   I'AC'K 1IOKSF.S  ,i i:amivo or.Ai.i. kinds a spi:^i.\i.n  Ai^enis . Wanted  Complete Life  of Queen Victoria  I'.FST DOOK  HKS'J1 TFKAf.S  t r !  Outlit AIai!odaon Itouoipt of-15 cents.  Address    " - ' . ,.  S. ('. AJlLkLF.lt-& CO..  Portland". Ore.. U.S.A.  The D. & L.  -   -  EMULSION  The D. & L.   EMULSION  \ Is i'.:n best and most palatable preparation of^  Ccd Li\er Oil, agreeing with the most delicate (  stonuchs. ,r j  The D. & L.   EMULSION -_(_  NOTICE.  ONTARIO MINERAL CLAIM.   /  a    Sltiiiile in llic FoitSloule iMiiiliitf Division  or South Kiist Kooioiiiiy       ,        (  Wlujtc loc.ucit: On Mark Oifok, uliout  ilireo mile*, from Iviinbcrlcv. ���   '  Take notiro lliiit I, Noil McLtod i;ui-ruu of  Knubciluy a- Aijijnt, ior D. D. Mann. 1'reu  Minor's Coillflcalc Xo. A.SB50. intend 60'ilay.s  from the tlutu lioi-uol. to'"apply to the JMininrr  liecoi-dcr lor a Cui Ulicate ol improvements for  the pin-pose ot obtaining a C.own (Jr.int of the  iiliovp I'lanii.     " ' ,  And further take notice thai action under  sociion ,'!7. must be commenced befoie the issuance of such Certilic.tte of Improvements.  Dated this lltli d.iy of Marciu 11)01.  II- -' , NKIL Mc^JOOD CURKAX.  o  'The   Milwaukee'  "A familiiir iiiiino for the' (.'hicugo,  Mihvaukee & St. Puul,R:iilwa.y. known  till over the Union ;ts the Great Railway i;unnin<> the ''Pioneer Limited.''  trains every clay and aig-ht between St.  Paul and Chicago. ' and Omithii and-  Chicag-o. "Tlie only perfect trains in  the world." Understand: Connections  are made with All Transcontinental  Lines, assuring to passenjrers the best  service,, known. Luxurious coaches,  electric lights, steam neat, of a veritv  equaled'by no other line.   �� t ,,<r  See that your ticket reads via '"The  Milwaukee'' when going; to any point  in the United States or Canada!! ( All  ticket agents sell them.  For rates, pamphlet�� or other intor-  matiori, address, ���>   $ ,  .T. \V. Casey,     ,   C. .1. Eddy. '  -   Trar.'Pass. Act.. ^General Audit. '*-'  "SEATTLE. WASH.     PORTLAXD, Ol{  MIXKK.VL ACT. I8!lli.  Cfohm t'.)a  cr.it-i-tru'ATK or i.mi>kovi:.mk.\ts'.  NOTICE.  Is ) ri'-cnbcd hj   tho   leading phyficians  CulM(l,l. ^  oTr  MINERAL   ACT.  (I'OItJI   t\)  CUK'UKlfATK OK I.M I'ltOVKMn.N'l'S.  NOTICE. I    /  Old Abe. Hhick Prince, Nancy Ilitnkh,  Paragut Fraction and DIuc.Tuy  Mineral Claims  ijiluate in the Fort. Steele Mlninn Division  of Ea.st Kootenay District.  Where located:���About   two  miles  north  west of Hull Iiivor on Hurnt Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Kenneth L. 13umot  (nfrent for the ' Calducll Mines Limited ' I-Yco  Miner's Cerlitlcate No. IJ. 314"^). Fri.-o Minor's  Certiliuato No. 13. 31110. Intend, sixty days from  tho date hereof, to apply, to the Mining Recorder for a C'ertillcate of Improvouionts. tor the  'purpose'of "obtaining u.'Crown Grant of the  above claims.    .  And further take notice thai action, under  .soction 37. must be commencod before tho issu-  jince; of such Certllieate. or Improvements.  Dated this second day of May, A. D., 1001.  18- KENNETH t,. BURNET  The D. & L. EMULSION       ]  5 Ii a marvellous flesh producer and will "ivc *  )    >ou an ;i]ipcuii'.   50c. & $1 per Bottle.      i  {    t!ia goi:i;liie    J    ?  CO., Limited, Montreal j  Guaranteed $900  Salary -  Yeari*  Men and women ol yood address rep-  I'CbCtit us. some to travel appointing''  noents, Otliors lor local' work looking  itfter our interest.-,. .+H00 salary $>uar<in-  teed yearly: extra coniini.ssions and  expenses, rapid advitnccment. old established liotise. Grand chance for  earnest man or women to secure pleasant, permanent position, liberal income  and future. New. brilliant line*. Write  at once.  STAFFO   D    ������"    S   .  2,'! Church St..   ���     New  lla\en. Conn.  CANTON MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate m the Fort Steele Mining Division  of South East Kootenay.  Where  located-     On Huckleberry    Hill,  about tour miles from Kimberley, 13. C.  Take notice that I Neil McLeod Curran.  as A^eni tor I\ C Andrews. Free Miner's Cer-  tiliciue H.43127, intend .sixty days fro.Ti the dato  hereof, to apply to tho Mining Recorder for a  Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining :i Ciown Gr.mt of the above claim.  . ! And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this Itlth day of Match, 10(11.  .11!- '   NKIIj Mt'LEOD CURKAN.  The Most Complete Health Ltosort on  the Continent of North America.  Situated midstSeenery unrivalled for Grandeur  i  < i  Halcyon   Hot    Springs  Heating tlshin^Canitarium Resident I'hy-  .t Excursions wOllllal IUIII ^iei.-iu & Nursi  Halcyon Sprin-rs^Arrow Lake. H. 0.  In telegraphic communication,,  with all parts of the world.  Two mnils'arriTe and OopHrt crery day.  Terms, SIS to $18 per week, accortlinj.'  lo residence in Hotel or Villas.  Its Uaths Cure all Nervous and Muscular  Disease-.. Its Waters Heal ��U Kidney. Liver  -and Stomach Ailments. >  | The PROSPECTORS3 EXCHANGE  NO.   4   K.-W..-C.   BLOCK,   NELSON,   B. C.  Cold.   Silver-Lead and Copper ..Minus wanted at the KXC.HANCK.  KRKK MILLLYC GOLD yropertic- wanted at once for Haslern  investors:  f-'arttes^ havinjr mining property for. sale are requested to .���.end  samples of their ore to.the KXGHANGK for exhibition.   '      , <    '  We desire to hoar from prospectors who have promising mineral  claims in British Columbia.  Prospectors and mining- men '"are requested to make tlie KX-  CHANOK their headquarters when in Nelson.  ���V!ll samples should be sent by express. PRKFA I /).  Correspondence solicited.    Address all communications to, - ,J  ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER; <j  Teleplione Xo.  10*.     I>. O. Box 700. �� , ' STLI.SO.V, 11. C.    I  t   in  East Kootenay  Bottling Co.  k  KIMPTON   &   PITTS  -     WINDERMERE ^DONALD  General Merchants  '",',*    '     ''c"    ..."     "  Mlnino - siipplfes'"a Specialty  ' *>        �� ' '��� . - '<"',"  Miners going northwavd via Cjiuoo River Route will find it a large  saving and convenience to procure .their supplies at Donald.  <���"���; ...  ii *��� '  i , ��    -  * SOLE AGENTS for  (Canton  Steel Company  Windermere, Golden and Donald  Mining Divisions.  Agents at Windermere for the California Giant Powder Co.  , .     BRANDON MINERAL CLAIM.  Siumto in tliu Kort Stoclo MinuiK .JJlvision  oi South Kust Kooteniiv-  Wlioro lOL'iitod On Huckleberry Hill,  uliout tour miles from Kunnerloy. 15- C.  Tiike uolit-c Hint I. Nt'il Slt'Leod Cui'i-iin.  :isv\tr��ut for T Jlii.viio ll.nly. Krce Minor'sCer-  tilldilu No 11.:!!..V:!. intend sixty days from the  diilc lieivof, to .ipl>h to the iMiniii}.' Horordtn-  for ii (VillfK-iite of Inipiovi'iiH'iils. for tho inii'-  jiose of iiliitnninfi :i Crown (liniit of thr jiliovi"  i-l;iim.  And fintlit'i- Hike nolK'O tlint .ictioif. under  section !ir. niusl ho commenced 'before the issuance ol such en tillc.itc of iiiiprovemunls.  Dutod tins l��Ui il.iyol Mjireh, l!K)l.  Ii- XKIL Wc'liKOIJ CUII1UX, Ak��'UI.  NOTICE.  TAIC1J NOTICK lli.it llm jjsu Liiei -hip liuic-  tofore existinn lictui'i'ii Hio uiidcr-ifrncd uiHlcr  the niimi' sl\le inid linn of the Koi t Stiole  KrcwitiK Company" 1ms tins d.iy l)Cen dissolved  by mutual consent. Albert Alms', and Geoitre  II. Scott will continue the business under the  sumo firm nunie. The said bcott and Aim/, will  assume all tlie liabilities of the partnorship,  and all debts due the jut tneiship must be paid  to them.  Dated ill Foi t Steele this i^tli day or Alaieh  tdfll.  ALUHKT  A1UT/.  i: rcoKcno n scott.  loijisi: SICK.  CROMARTY   MINERAL   CLAIM.  Situate m the Fort Steele Mining  Division  or South ICast l-Cootenay  Where    located.1    On   Huckleberry   Hill  ���ilium lour miks imiu Kniihei-U'v. II (J.  T.ike liiitiee ili.u I. iVoll Alcl.eod Curran as  AKenL rnr It. S. White l-'ice .Miner's Certificate  No H.3I..->~I. intend si.vtv davs tiom the date  liei-tul fnapph to the .MiiiinK Recorder tor a  C'erulleaie of Jmpiovemeuls for tho purpose  ol obtaining n Crown Hunt in the above claim.  ���And further fSlie notice ili.it action, under  section :17. must be commenced before the issuance ol such eeitillc.ite of improvements.  Dated this Itlth (lay of March, IMII.  Ii- 2JKIL Aid.KOI) CUKKAN. Affent.  Aerated waters  Of all kinds.  Syrups, Champagnes. Ciders,  Ginger Ales, Etc.  ' Soil.'i  witter  in  bijilions.  Monomical way to handle it.  The  iiioht  Make your livinsr in yourown home  easily���at your leisurel We have a  new and profitable plan. Write us.  .Semi your adilrona on post ennl unit wo will noud you pnrtlcu.  Ian.   Pl!Ol'tK'sSv.N'I)lCAIK, I)cj:t.C.iao 1'onitoSt., Toronto. ���  ��� ,,    READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  Dh ision  I  FULL   HOUSE   MINERAL   CLAIM.  Situate in the Foit Steele Alinnm  of South Kust Kootenay.  Where located: On Huckleberry Hill.  about lout miles from Kimberley. IJ- C.  Tulsc notice that 1 Nell AlcLeod Curran. as  Ayent for A. Alaude Williams, Free Aliner's  Certificate No. H.' 31.W-i. intend sixty days from  tlie date hereof, to apply to'lhe Alinintr Recorder for a Ccrtlllciil.fi of Imiirovements for the  purpose or obtaining ii Crown Cram of the  above claim.    : ���   '  Ami furtlier tahe notice that action, under  .section':!", must he; commenced before the issuance or sueii eertillcate or improvemcnls.  Dated this Kith day or March, l��ni.      .  . Ya- NEIL MCLEOD CUKKAN. Agent.  ANDREW   NEIDIG  GONTRflGTOR    and    BUILDER  HOUSE AND SI'JN l'AINTING  CALOIMININ'O and I'AI'KII IIANGINO  FORT STEELE, li.'G.  J��"   All   worlv promptly done.  HfGHWARDEN & SON.  j  PIONEER  BARBER SHOP  Everything Strictly: First Class.  Next door to the Prospector.  ^mrww?wm?mmmmmmsmmmmmm mwm?wm!i��  1 N. HANSON,!  General JVlerchant  Liquor Dealer.  AND  Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber.       A large assort-    =3  ment of seasoned Lumber and Shingles always       a   3  on hand. ZZS-  t= DIM ENSIO N      LUM BE R  SPECIALTY. =S  was a  BG.  ^iUiuiUitiiiiuiitiuiuiiiiiUiasiuuiiiiiUiUiiituitittiiUiiiiu^  The  Waldorf  FERNIE, B. C.    OLD TOWN  SPLEN OT D' A CCOM MO DA TTONS  Sample Rooms for Commercial Men(  No Traveller Skould Pas's the Door.  i, ... . ^  The trail runs within ten feet of the. house. Good  Barn and plenty of hay and grain. If you patronize the  Waldorf you will never regret it.  H.   A.   KANOUSB,    -      -Proprietor. ���lUnh.*,.^.  s  s  TJIE PKOSPECTOR,  FOIIT STEELE,  13. C. MAY 11,  1001.  North Star Lodge  NO. 30.  A. F. AND A. M.       G. R. B. C.  FORT STKELE. B. C.  ' Kcsular meetings���1st Tuesday in each  month at eight o'clock. Visiting HreUiern are  cordially invited.  A. U. NELSON, Secretary.  Rocky Mountain Chapter  NO. Ii5. K. A. M.  FOKT STEELE, B. C.   ,  Regular meetings���2nd Tuesday in  e��eh month at eight o'clock.  Visiting    Brethern   are   cordially  invited.  R. L. T. GaLURAith Scribe E.  Professional.  O��o. S. McCarter.  J. A. Harvev  HARVEY'& McCARTER  Barristers,  Solicitors.  Notaries 1'ubhc,  Con veyancers etc. ��  , '   FORT  STBKr.E. B. C.      ���  REVELSTOKK STATION arid GOLDEN  COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY r MADE.  HIT. R. ROSS  Barrister    ., -      -       Solicitor  NOTARY PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER. - ���  Fvrt  Steele,   B.   0  T.    EDE  -  LANDS and MINES  NOTARY  PUBLIC  'COLLECTIONS eiven PROMPT ATTENTION  Fort Steele,  B. C.  &   ..  >  Fort Stum DHVEr.opjiKN'T Syndicate Ltd  ���     138 Leadenhall Street, London, England.  N. A. WALLINGER, >      FORT STEELE.  .  ' ' n '  POST OFFICE BOX 8.  ^Douglas Corseiri  <     {CM-MD.)'   ���  &        OFFICE -Riverside Avenue.  Next Door to "Bteasdell's Drug Store.  THOMAS    McVITTIE  Port, Steele B.C.  ��ij�� ^rO0^JCtOrX%  SATURDAY. MAY  11, l!��ll.  ���s-TmmmimmiimTmiTimiTYnwnmm*  I   LOCAL NEWS. I  ���ruuAiiiuaiiiiiiUuuiiuuuuuuaauiiUv  Walter Wells and Car! Smith  have gone, to the upper St.  Mary's to do some .assessment  work.  L.   Adams  came   down    from  Tracy Creole on Monday.  W.   ii.   Ross  returned  from a  visit to Winnipeg on Monday.  R.   L.   T.   Galbraith returned  from Tobacco Plains on Monday.  Thomas Starbird returned  from the Windermere country on  Sunday last. <��  East Kootenay is liable tp  have at least two new railroads  this year.  North Star Lodge No 30, A.'  F. and A.. M. held their regular  monthly meeting on Tuesday  evening.  It is learned, that several people will be iti town shortly with  a view of investigating some  mining property in this vicinity.  There   was 'a   meeting of the  license' commissioners  at Cvan  brook on Fridav. u  Ed .Murphy  came down from  Perrv creek on Mondav.  The population and volume of  business transacted ' at ' Port  Steele will be quadrupled this  vear. '  Porjt Steele Flour and Peed  Store can supply bran, snorts;  oats and all kinds of flour, and  meal, hay baled or loose.        *  Tom Beveus and Charles Van-  Blake left on Sunday for Fiuley  creek where they .will jwo-spect  for'placer gold.  < We ask our friends^'.every  where in tho district, when they  '"light onto," a piece of news, to  send ;it in "to us. The disrrict  iwill be benefitted'and'THE Prospector will be thankful.    '  Business is all right���no  kick  coming at Fort Steele.  8MSSICK   ft   DEMPSEY.  CONTRACTORS  AND  BUIjLJDBRS.  , Fort   Steele   B.C  Shaving M Hair Dressing Parloi  Next to Oriental Hotel  FORT   STEELE, B. C.  All kinds of hair work  o     '     a specialty.  A. J  GREZ,   -  Proprietor  L. COHIS  TAILOR  AND IMPORTER OF  FINE WOOLLENS  Rocky Mountain Avenue  Fort Steele, B. G.  T. 6. flrmstrono  Fort-Steele. B. C.  MANUFACTURER   OF  i ,  Tinware, Galvanized Iron, Shfet  Iron,   Stove  Pipes  a*nd  Copperware  /  BUILDINGS HEATED iwid VENTILATED  Plumbing,   Pipe  fitting  and   all  kinds of sanitary work  ftir TiQht���Hot Blast Stoves  Hydraulic   and   Air   Pipes   for  Mines  SPECIAL ATTENTION   PAID   TO  JOB WORK.       ;���.'-.  , We chum that the D. & L. .Menthol  1'liistcr will cure lumbago. r backache.'  sciatica, or neuralgic pain's quicker  than any other remedy. Made,by Davis  & Lawrence Co.. Lid.  The football team returned  sadly disfigured, but ready for  another game.  Mr. . and Mrs. A. B. Fenwick  came up from the ranch on Wednesday.  " Colonel  and  Mrs.   Henderson  were in Steele on Wednesday.  We are ready to compete for  for quality and style of our job  work with any printing office in  tlie country.  The practice of the Steele  Tennis Club is held every afternoon, the practice games are  well attended.  krum sun ohum or tartar rowoin  DRj  * CREAM  BAKING  POWDER  Highest Honors, World's Fair  Gold  Medal, Midwinter Fair  Avoid  Milking Powders   coutuluJug:  nluiu.   'JL'liey um iujui-loiia to heallU  Dr. 11. W. Keith came, .over  from Cranbrook on Monday, on  a professional visit. '���  Tho 24 th of May has boon  mado a permanent .' holiday in  Canada, to be known/its Victoria  day.  If taken in Time Tin: 1). & L. Kuuil-  =iioit will surely ourc tho 'most sorioiis  attectioiih of the lungs. That ''run  down*' condition, tho utter iitl'cots< of' a  heavy cold is niiiokly counteracted.  Manufactured by ihc ���p.'ivis ,<V Lawrence i'o.. Ltd.   ,   ���  The railway bill is being received with favor by till parties  in the Province. .  Friday was Arbor Day.  The crocuses are in bloom ' all  over the llai, in the vicinity of  Steele. '    '���  Dont worry about Fort Steele  and its chances, the Kootenay  Central Railway is. ~the , .factor  that will upbuild the town.  St. John's Church, of England.  Services will be held in the  Church of St. John the Divine  every Sunday evening at 7:30.  Si rangers are welcome.   ,  PRESBYTERIAN   CHUItCH.  Instead of the usual evening  service in the Presbyterian  Church, there will, on Sabbath  May 12th, be an afternoou service at the hour of -'} o'clock.  The pastor Rev. Mr. Reid. who  has returned from his holiday  trip and from attending the  meeting of the Synod of 13 C. in  Vancouver, will conduct tho  service :ind will afulress the  congregation on tho subject of  "Jesus' Attitude Towards Some  Institutions of His Day".  More Diplomas.  A. W. Bleasdoll, Fernie, and  George Hush by, Victoria, have  received Grand Prize Diplomas  awarded to the Fort Steele exhibit of ores at the Paris Exposition, ��� ���  FARM  FOR  SALE  Consistiny of 283 acres of bottom land  nine niil.os north west of Port Steele on  the Kootenay River. Title perfect.  Fenced, dwelling house, stable, cattle  sli'cds. root house, etc. Kor particulars  app.y to V'.,A. BALE. P. Q. Box No.  810. Kort Steele, 11. C.  Howard Chapman of Victoria  was at the Imperial on Wednesday.  Keep' your eyes on Fort Steele.'  N. A. Wallinger went to Kim-  btirley on Thursday.       i  1 Jack.Bell was acquitted of the  charge of cattle*.stealing on  Thursday at Nelson:' ',  ( Some  2f)   new 'locations were  recorded   during the* month   of  April., ";    ,,   *:.;,    .;..  Fred Piper and W. Clark of  Cranbrook were in town on  Tuesday.     " '   -   " '   '   f'  C. M. Keep returned from   the  Windermere country  on   Thurs-  day. ���    ' .-- v- ���  ' Dave Griffith came down from  Wild-Horse on Thursday. (,  Robert Little and Gus. Theis  came down from' Perry creek, on  Friday.  Fort   Steele    , , ���       ,���  B A K E R Y , .  TT. A l IE , Proprietor..    '  RIVERSIDE   AVENUE  Opposire   Post   Qttlce.  mmi go.  General     Merchants  -   Pout Steele,* B. ,'C  FUUIT _ .      ' " a  Confectionery '    ���   '""  ���    Stationery  "    '     '      Cigars. \  Post Office   Store. ^ ���  CEYLON  AND. INDIA  TEA.  GREEN   OR   BLACK.  Trade is confederating the Empire.  Britain is 'Canada's best customer,  Britain cannot buy if she does not sell.  *���      i  Use  TEA   Grown  in a British Colony by British capital.  "Salada  %% Ceylon  Teas are sold in .sealed  lead packets only never in bulk  Blade,    Mixed    or    Uncolored  Ceylon Green. Sample on applicalion? Address 'Sai.ada', Toronto  nrj��y-inrLrj|ri^n:rj:r^rjx^ IVMUUIJI  HENRY! KERSHAW.  General     Me re haut  Fort Steele^ B. C  For Patent Medicines. ,} ���  ' For-'Freslv Fruit.  For Fishing .Tackle.��'  For Newly Laid Eggs. -' '   ���  .   ���     For Stationery in Great Variety.  Try KERSHAW'S.  iiin^JTliiyuT^OuTYuEniinJ  MADE   FROM  BLENDED HARD WHEAT ���  CALGARY FLOUR  ���IS THE MOST WHOLESOME  Ranchers should be securing  their seeds. The Fort Steele  Flour & Feed Store have a limited quantity left after delivery of  orders, of seed oats, wheat and  peas.- timothy, red clover and  red top. * -  Fort  Steele  is   presenting   a  springlike appearance.  Travel into Fort Steele  is  on  the increase.  .J. A. Harvey, on Monday, left  for Nelson on legal business.  A. Parker, \V. D. Hill   and W.  Dunlap     of     Cranbrook    were  registered   at   ihe   fmperia  Sunday.  on  Mr. and Mrs. George Gilpin  were visiting friends1 at Steele  on Mondav.  WAXTKb TRUSTWORTHY AIKN  AXI) WOMEN to travel and advertise  for old estiililixhfd Jioiim: of solid lirutn-  ciiil ntiiwlinir. Salary *7H0 a yoar and  i-\prjris<;n. all payaldc in ciisli. No can-  vat-dm,' rc.quirwJ. <U\<- rrfc.ruiiccn and  ciir.lo"? ni'JJ addrcnMi'd ��tiini|iod en-  vcIojmj. Address Miinii}ji;r. ���''"'���r' Ciixton  Hid"-.. < 'liii:ii(fo.  C. F. Hannington U*ff on Mon  dav for the east.  Thomas Starbird returned to  the Windermere district on  Tuesday.  ���'��� ���' ''  G. M. Edwards came  upl,'from  Fish Lake ou Wednesday.  A. B. Grace was at Cranbrook  on Friday.  Kootenay Central Railway.  The Kootenay Central"railway  is now an assured fact. It is expected that the road will be constructed to the Windermere  mines during the present year.  Wild Horse creek is attracting  considerable attention. More  interest is devoted to Tracy,  Lewis, Sheep and Wasa creeks.  Many properties on Bull River  and Sand creek are being developed, work being pushed as. fast  as possible' in anticipation of the  advent of the north and south  railway.  In South East Kootenay we  are seeing the great hegira of  prospectors and capitalists,  seeking for other mines having  noble deposits of silver-lead ore  similar to ihose found at the  North Star, Sullivan and St.  Eugene mines. The Kootenay  Cent nil Railway will do much to  open up the mineral resources of  this vast section of mineral land  situated in Ihe Fort Steele district.  CHAS.   P.   CAMPBELL,  Undertaker  and  Embalmer    ,.  Graduate    of   Champion.  College   of   the   United  States.  _ WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS- '     '   - - ���     ~S  Er; In Cigars, Cigarettes, Pipes and Tobacco.    lf r3  ���               ���"''"..                      ; 3  ^ "     ' Finest Variety of Pipes and Smokers Outfit ^��  ��:                    In the District, .Including Meerschaum. B. 13. 13.'' r35  E:   '                Alpha, and Other Brands.      ��� ��� ���   j~3  ~ >   ���     =, --.-                     , . . ��                  ,,. ;-���  ^   , ,'    Imported and Domestic Cigars atLowost Prices.. ' ^3_  ^                .   Billiard and Pool Parlor and Reading        . ' , 3  ^                   Room in Connection. ^  E 'C. P. R.'Ticket, and Telegraph Office, and Calnadii' ^3  ^ Western Telephone Officc'in Store.                  % ^2  | Mansfield & Cotterell, I  ^                                        Proprietors.                         v - :^2  afe.  -^  Upholstering and   General  Furniture Repairing.  * i  All Work Guaranteed.  Telegraph or  Mail Orders  Promptly Attended to.  P. O. Box 117.  Cranbrook,  B. C.  Career   and   Character  of Abraham Lincoln.  An address by Joseph Ghoiuc, Ambassador to Great Britain, on tlie curecr  and uliarueter of Abraham Lincoln���  bis early life���bis early btru^les with  tlie world���-his character an developed  in the Inter years of his life and hiw administration, which placed his name so  high in the world's roll of honor and  fame, has been published by the Chi-  cayo. Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway  and may be had by sending six ((i) cents  in postage to V. A. Miller, fieiieral Passenger Agent, Chicago. 111.  CARLIN  & DURICK  MERCHANTS   GENERAL  Fort  Steele,  Ecst" ,  ' Kootenay.  Sole Agents for tho  canton steal  COMPANY  This Steel is guaranteed to-be equal to Jossop's or  Firths in all.  Hard Rock Work.  Sole Agents  ��'  *  The  Canadian Bank oi commerce  HEAD OFFICE ��� TORONTO.  I'.iid upC.ipital W.IKMMMMl;  Reserve Fund $2.(100.00(1:  Alienate Itesomws Over *(i5,000,000.  I  I ondon Office; <>(> l.oinburd Street, Ii. C.  New   \mU Office;  I <> i:xclmn��e IMncc.  And (iH liranclH's in .('aiiada; the United States and British Columbia.  Cranbrook Branch,  HUBERT HAINES, Manager.  ********$******#.**&*&��.****��&����  Sole  Agents  Crow's Nest coal co��paNy  Giant Powder company.  Mining Supplies a  Specialty.  Agents for the   MASSEY    HARRTS    CO., Limited.  Farming   Implements.  Monte carlo Restaurant.  THE MOST  ���~~   :   ~.       '"  UP-TO-PATE  PLACE IN FORT STEELE.  WM. ROBINSON,  Proprietor  Everything Cooked  "as 'you'' like  it."  ^Vt  ^fii THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE,' B. C, MAY ll, 1901.  KSTAUL1SHK1)    IW5.  7\. Bi GreicG,  PUBLISHER    AND    EDITOR.  THE PROSPECTOR, Is published  ���very Saturday,- ami has u guaranteed  alrciilation larger than any other paper  la East Kootenay. It is all home Printed  and contains double tho news of any  other paper in the district.  ' is in advertising median it is mi  ���zoellcd.  lioroted to the upbuilding of Port Steel'-, the  development of tlie vast mineral resources of  ike East Kootecay mining district;.  Subscriptions S 2.00 per yeui  Advertising- rates made known on application.  Cantributions are solicited from all parts of the  ilatrict, but all matter intended for publication  must have the writer's signature.  TUIG DAPPO Is kept on lile at iheadvcr-  iniO rflrtn Using agency of Ahixander  JtCo., Suite F.. First National Hani; Building,  Spokane, Wash., where contracts can be made  for it.  Thic Penap 's kepi on file at K. C.  ��� "IS raper DARK'S Advertising  Arency, 64 and <5o Merchants Exchange, San  Francisco, California, where contracts for ad-  Tertlilngcan be made for it.  This Paper &��-'!�� r"mcut lhu A>  Mc-  Co. Newspaper Ad-  yetlsiuK Agency. Montreal, where contracts  for advertising can be made for it.  J. Ill��   ITtt  'CI    Oruhiirn A   0o\   booli  atore, Spokane. Wash.  ffihe yjzoBpectot.  much attention to the  people  of  the Pacific Coast as they now do  to those of the Atlantic.  *   *    *  The best evidence of the stability and futui-e prominence of tlie  Fort Steele district   is   the constant arrival  of   mining promoters from all parts of the world.  These experts in many instances  appear in camp unheralded  and  unknown, and their reports have  gone back to their principals ber  fore the general'public are aware  of who has been with them. It is  difficult   to deceive these  men,  and in almost every instance the  men  who. have  been   sent here  have made favorable reports ��� as  to   the   mineral   wealth   of   the  district.  &&&&*  B#3  Headquarters  for   Mining  and   Commercial  Men  **-%$&&  'K  25  The  SATURDAY, MAY 11,  1901.  "No Enemies  to Punish-  Special Friends to.Serve. "  ���No  IHE  building of  the Kootenay   Central   Railway  means much to Northeast,  and    Southeast    Kootenay.    It  means direct and rapid  communication north and south through  the entire Kootenay valley.    It  means the" opening, up of probatory the  richest  mining  country  in  the world, which will endure  '    long after the Klondike has  retrograded into its former state of  arctic desolation and solitude. It  means coal for all purposes,' and  coke   for   smelters.    It'  means  ��� population for East Kootenay.  the growth of agriculture on the  railways-and other" lands in the  ��� ��� Kootenay and Columbia  valleys  '���pleasant latid filled with happy  homes and given ���to profitable industry, of which the whole prov--  -ince will derive" benefit. And it  means that'those who have driven their stakes in Fort Steele  have  Builded   better  than   they  knew. ���  *   *   *  There are matters of vital importance to Fort" Steele to be  dealt with in a public way during  ,��� the present year. The very fact  that we are to have railway connections will aid ns on the outside immensely. It will show  our confidence in the future, and  that will go a great way in procuring capital to develop our  mines, the building of smelters  and reduction works, and other  industries necessary to the rapid  enlargement of population and  progress of the district.  *       -X-       *  The Fort  Steele  mining district, which is now attracting the  attention of mining men on  account of its large silver-clea<l output of 1900,   is one of the most  important mining district in  the  province.    It has a great future,  as' well as a glorious  past.    The  eastern slope of the Rocky mountains is' splendidly  wooded   and  watered, and is filled with quartz  veins carrying gold, copper lead  and coal, and many of its  rivers  and creeks exhibit large areas of  auriferous river beds,   over' half  of its aiea  of 7,000 square miles  may   be  described   as    mineral  bearing.     Over  S25,00u.000 has  been   produced   by its   placers,  quartz   and    silver-lead   mines.  and   more   remains   to be  won.  Fort Steele the seat of government for  the  district, is an important mining center, and good  roads  and   trails   radiate to the  foothills and  mountains.    Much  capital is now going into mining  enterprises in   the   Fort  Steele  district.   The conditions are exceptionally favorable  for quartz  mining, showing values that  remove all chances of failure from  investments,   and   which   offers  sure returns   that ,can   be   estimated.    ���.-.���''  *���*'��������  , The day may come when the  Government at Ottawa will find  it  to  their advantage to pay as  News Notes.  Numbers  of new  settler* are  taking up agricultural   lands   in  the Kootenay valley.  The interests,, ol North East  Kootenay, after the building of.  tho Kootenav Coutiul, will bo  identical with those' of South  East Kootenay.. Traffic and intercourse, and business between  the two districts being supplied  by the railway running north  and south through the Kooiehay j  valley.       * ,    ,  The business avenues thai, the  Kootenay Central Railway" will  tap in this district are of tho utmost importance to the railway,  and that importance will increase , enormously < whr��n the  railway is constructed.  The same conditions apply in  South East Kootenay. where  very rapid progress in development and population is-now taking place, with the certainty  that this will be accelerated tenfold by the construction of the  Kootenay Central railway.   , -  The mining interests of the  district center at rFort Steele.  These mines include all the, old  and still producing placers of  Wild Horse creek, which are  now being extensively worked  by-hydraulic companies.   '  The Dibble group, Dardanelles  Bald, Mountain, Golden Five  group, Dupont and Big Chief  groups, Colossal and Cornucopia  John Bull,. Carbonate and many  other extremely promising properties on Wild Horse Creek and  its tributaries, Bull river, Sand,  Lost, Mans, Four Mile,' Six Mile  Wasa, Tracy and .Sheep creeks,  where many J properties are  now undergoing active development,   must supply   a   large  0 ' ..l ,  All    Modern    Conveniences  FORT    STEELE,   B.   C  Large   Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men,  fa I e  H. W.  DREW,  Proprietor.  fort Steele.  i Star Bote  Kimberley^   B. C  Finest' Liquors and - Cigars.  Best Furnished Rooms in  Town. *   *"*    *    * <���*  H. W Drew, proprietor.  They all  center   at  Fort Steele.  CLEAN SEED', OATS  Vick's Improved American Banner  ��        Extra heavy yielding  AT   $1.50   PER   100   POUNDS  F. 0.13. CARS COWLEY. ALBERT A  *     C. ELTON, Livingstone, P.O.  WAXTED-TRUSTWORTHY MEN  AND WOMEN to travel and advertise  for old established hou.se of solid financial standinsr. Salary 8780 a year and  expenses, all payable in'cash. No canvassing required. Give references and  enclose self addressed stamped envelope. Addres* Manauer. 35;") Castor,  Jild��r.. Chii-ajro.  Port   Steele  Brewing    Qo.  *  ,F0RT STEELE,  B. C.'  MANUFACTURERS     and     BREWERS    OF ' EXTRA    FINE  McBride Bro's.  i J' ,    l rJ '  ' i, " ' '' ' r     A  ' ' ' " "       L ' '  a Shelf*tmavy Hardware;  Stoves, Graniteware,  Tinware  1   <i    , , i  IV   ,       l' ' ' ' '  Powder, Fuse, Caps  Paints and Oils'.*  . Sheet metal work of all kinds  ,._ ��� ' ��� .  promptly executed.  fori Steele  Meat Market  FRESH   and  SAL.T   MEATS  ON HAND.  ALVvAYS  R. W. ROGERS, Proprietor.  BEER  PORTER  ,l.   TAEXUAL'.SER  Watchmakkh  AND  .iKWKI.KIt.  Knjrraviiifr.  Riverside Avenue.  Fori  Stc<-Ii-.   R. ('.  ������*vy-"*,a-��!:o* 'o~������"  r/fB*L  I  Q\0��   THE BEST ANTI-RHEUMATIC  \' v;. t;^A l-ClA PLASTER MADE  V^     DA^LMNCCCOlti  1 ^VlUPACTURtRi MONTRIAL  ft.--'  C/)CH FL4t>TLtf III Ell^lrl fcD  TIH bdf. PRICE- 25<4LS0 INI YARD |  lACK kOLI^ price-��100  -TS-.C!_0;��"==  SOLt)   BY   THE   BARREL,    KEG   OR    BOTTLED  Bottled beer for family use a specialty  OUTSIDE ORDERS <~!T VEN STRICT & PROMPT ATTENTION  SATISFACTION'-GUARANTEED ��L��S��ff!��i  JVIutz &, Scott, Prop's.  Fresh Halibut.   Salmon, Salmon Trout., Bologna  Sausage,  Butter and Eggs.    Fish and Game in Season.  Fort Steele  and  Kimberle}'.  JUST   RECEIVED  S WANTED: |  ) ;';^SK YQUR GROCER F0R��  EllGAiiEtilil  for  Foil Steele   and   vicinity   for  lardy  lines  of Standard Fruit  AGliNT  the  sale  Slock.     Small  shrubs, etc.  ��� to .    ;   . ��� ��� 2  PELHAM NURSERY COMPANY.       |  f Toronto, Ont.       i  lines  fruits.     Ornamental    trees.  Terms liberal.       Apply now  Assorted Car of Best Brands of Flour  and   Meals,   etc.  Flour, Patent Hungarian and Strong Baker. ..   " '  Rolled Oats, Cracked Wheat, Wheatletts,  Cornmeal, Buckwheat Flour, Split Peas,  Navy  Beans,   Lima, Beans, Pot Barley, etc.  Bran    Chops     Shorts     Oats     Hay.  Fleetwood Tea, a pure article imported direct Jiom Ceylon  try it once and you will use no oilier.  Fresh Breakfast  Butter and Eggs.  Bacon,   Hams  and   Dry Salt Side Bacon;  POTATOES   and   CARROTS  FIREWOOD all lengths to suit all stovos.  THE   FORT   STEELE  FLOUR and FEED STORE  E.;; C. MILLER, Proprietor POST OFFICE BOX 836,  83^   All goods guaranteed and prices also as.being correct.  Send in orders. i i


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