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 ������ T no- AS3  �� if  ft **  $ Devoted to the upbuilding \  *   ��� ' ���       ���    f  * OF   FOKT   STEELE. X  * *      ,  itt    lii(l,'|ii'iiil<-iil    in    I'nlilirs.    ��,  * 'ft  ***����"?! ?���*���** c-^->v -: - ', f-> ���> :���< '���>)','<  Vo7. 6'.  * ��  *��� THE   PITOSPECTORi CON-    ��  4 *  * TAINS ALL  PUBLIC NO-       *  * *  * TICES AND GIVES THE *  ��= *  % LATESTTELEGHAPHIC          *  AND LOCAL NEWS.  �� *  BORT  STBELsB, J3. C,  S/LTCT/J/ir, NOX'BAIJ3BR 24, 1900.  No  4 7  , New Advertisements To-aay.  s��i in- s v. u'ixiiiiiii  ('li.linlji i nl   Mhu s  'ui'i    I  I  Mining Notes.  -In   luxes,    and    royal lies   the  CrowS Nest Coal Company hoaijs  Ihe li.st in South East Kootenay.  Tlio St. EugoiH mine in Soulli  Easl Kootenay. iniiii'il and  shipped more ore llian the'whole  Slqcaii dislricl during the past  three months.  The largest pnyuieiil of taxes,  under Ihe 2/��� miiiciiil tax. received up to dale In the Government, w.-i.s InriKid in by tho St.  Eugene Consolidated Milling  Company nl Soulli Fa'sl -Knot o-  nay.  Some abominable export work  has been done in h.'ind sampling  ore containing I'vi'v gold, and the  coarser the gold the   more   man  ors 1o agree ii))on the Alaskan  boundary question. Thej'e are a  iiiiiiiberoj boundary rjiiostions lo  be settled, and it is hoped that a  practical agrecmenl wil| be  reached. The soltloinonl was  dependent on a disposal of all  and cacli of theni.  FORECAST OF THE ELECTION'.  Con-  ~        curate the result.  The Canadian Pacific railway  handled 01,000 tons of ore from  the mines of K'ootenay and the  B6undary cani]>s during ihe  inontli ol October.  it is sa'lo to"say* ihat 'the output of th<; mines ol South Eastern Ih'itish" Columbia will, within five years, be greater than  that of Montana or Colorado.���  Nelson Tribune.  There are two questions that  are, ol vital importance lo Ihe  *' people ol lvootona\. One is the  duty on load and lead products,  tlie other is bettor transportation  facilities throughout, tho districts ,        <  Crow's Nest Coal shares are  quoted a I $���*}���"> in Torpnlo. North  Star at H7-4. , .,    ���'''.'    ���  Tho   Chamber   of    Minos   oi  Southern   ;��� British    'Columbia,  Kootenay and Yale.'has been es-  "tablished, with "headquarters .at.  fiossland.'   r,J.   IJ.   McArthur   is  president.      '   *  Tlio   Dardanelles,   situate   on  ",   Wi Id Uorsc crock. - lias eigh t j eel  of gold quartz that will  average  $17) in. gold. '  N. Robertson .is working on a  three foot galena lodge within  three miles of Port Steele.  George Dougherty is still .sinking on the Doughe,i ty claim.       ,-  It  is  rcpdrlcd   Unit work-will  be'r.esumed;on'th'e Dupqntgroup  about Ihe first of. the year.'*'  Perry Cieek. q  Albert Hanks, with a force of  lour men are at work" on the  Perry creek placer-ground sinking a shaft; which is now down  JO feet. A sinking pump is in  operation keeping the shall (rec  of water.  JohnSheruoodi-.nl work' on  the Hadger and Red Mountain.  (Jus Theis wiih a small force  > is busily engaged ,in-running a  tunnel and .cross ciil on the  Perry Creek Hydraulic Companies placer ground. They-are  testing the gravel . preparatory  to working in the spring.  Tin* Kootenay" Perry Crook  Company have Mi men at work  on their big gold quartz claims.  Will Hold a Bazaar.  The   Ladies  Guild  of Christ's  Church.      Cranbrook,      propose  holding a Hazaar on Wednesday,  D"cembcr 12th, lo commence  at  0  o'clock   ]).m..   admission free.  Tea   will   be  served   during the  allernoon.      The.   latest   designs  in lacy worlc. including einbrbid  ercd   sofa   cushions,   lea   cosies,  (���onler piece*., etc.    A dance will  be   held   iii   tin;  evening   at    '-i  o'clock-, admission 7>0 cents.    Re-,  freshinonls'Vill be served lor  la  cents.    Home made candy, table  and grab bag will be among 'the  attractions.     Port Steele  people  are cordially invited to attend.  TEN THOUSAND TONS OE ORE.  rJ'li��, Smelting- Industry is Worthy of  Being- Eiii'ouragecl By tho  Governmezit.  :.i\  KOl'Tlf KAST   h'OOTUNAV SIIOI'M)  HA VK    \   SMIOLTIOIJ.  The Nelson Tribune, has the  following in regard In the smelting industry of the province:  , ''Por the week- ending Saturday" the 171.li/ 1513-/ tons oJ ore  mined in Kootenay and Yale were  received at Ihosinplter at, Trail.  As much more was probably received at the Grand Forks smelter, and the receipts at Nelson  was well ,u]), as a furnace, with a  capacity of 200 tons daily is  running stead il v. This means  that lOjOOO'^ons of ore mined in  the province are treated every  week at smellers in the province  These smelters use'coal'.and coke  from mines and ovens in Kritish  Columbia, and-every 'ton''of the  haulage goes to railways whose*  operatives Jive in British Columbia."  XUKnRD   LV   .SOUTH   KAST K'OOTE-  X.W.  A smeller in East Kootenay is  a much needed institution In  this district is found everything  requisite'for thcsnccessliil operation of a smelter in abundance  With ihe St. Eugene, mine having a"daily output of ll!.") tons of  concentrates,'- which represent  about l.'iO Ions of crude ore. the  North Star putting out ldd tons  daily, the Sullivan ."id tons,  means that a,.smeller having a  capacity ol 300 tons daily would  find'sufficient ore to .become operative. Fluxing material is also  abundant, besides carrying high  values as a Mux, also a.sufficient  cpiantityof, lime and iron. , Coal  and coke within a short distance  in fact il, is the opinion ol practical .smeller and milling men  that a smelter in this dislricl  would become a paying inslilu  tion I mm ils installation.  Tho   Chances In   Favor of tho  ���<pi-vnrivo Cnndidntc.  The election relurns from this  province so far. show that the  cities are Liberal and the country villages and dislricls Conservative.  Yale-Cariboo is a large dislricl  and has m. less than I Id polling  places, oxclnsiw ol the M> incorporated cilios. The ten incorporated cities will poll 1,1'itO  voles. The I Id polling places,  outside ol the incorporated cities  will poll noi less than .1,(101). The  Nelson Tribune propounds the  following 'question: Will these  places follow the lead, of ihe  country polling places? 11' llie.y  do, John MolCanc, Ihe Conservative candidate will come lo Ihe  cilios with a majority thai W. A.  Galjiher, may'' noi be able to  overcome. ' - "  ' Sandou will give Foley a ma-  jorily. ilclsJ-.n.' w'll noi liioie  voles than Galliher. ' Kaslo will  <iive Galliher a majority, Nelson  will do the same, ilossianil will  break" even between McKaneand  Foley, Grand Fqrks'will nivo  Galliher a majority, so will  Greenwood. Phoenix will give  Foley a majority, and split with  >,icKntio and Galliher. Vernon  will ii'ive McK'ane a maijorily,  Kamloops Avill'givc Galliher a  small majorilv. as will also Hovel.si oke.  . McKane will poll 2.000 votes  in the country and l.:J:10 in the  cdies. or a tolal oi :i,:>7)0. Galliher will get l.HOfl votes in ihe  country and I..UK) in the cities,  oralo.lal'of U'.:i00. Foley will  get 1.200. voles in the conn.try  and l.l.KMn the cities or a total  oi 2..'!,')0. " With 1 ho preslago ol  party success, can tho Liberals  win over ononah Independents  to elect Iheir candidate.      *   '  J n this j-idiiig the o'leclioii is a  irness. with chances in favor of  McKane Kiiuberley and Moyie  willjuive l^oley a majority. Cranbrook will do'the same for Galliher. Pernio. Fori Sieelc and  Wasa wiP go lo McKane: the  vote of Fernie will decide Ihe  coal est.  Ihe Turkish government must  settle its claims wiih Ihe United  Stales.  A fresh Hood ol life will be let  in by the building of the Norlli  and Soulli Ivailroad.  , The eleclions that were held  in the States on November Olh,  must be regarded as marking the  political death oJ W. .'I. Bryan:  he was hil uy the 10 to I plank  of Ihe Kansas platform.  II   is   said   that   Ihe   ,l)nke   ot  Manchester   has   married ' Miss  Uelone   Zimmerman   of  Cincinnati,  The Russian C7.nr continues to  improve in health.  i  r There is considerable commotion in Loudon, owing lo Ihe re-  porl Ihal Groat llrilain intends  lo send oul a Hying squadron to  China.  The C. P. Ii. is not llic only  railway upon which trains are  dc'avofl: :.'l of llio lra!i?coii1in-  entnl roads are blocked.  THE ST. EUGENE.  CROWS' NEST COAL.  Tho   Daily   Output    1140_ Tons.  The  Crow's   Nesi   Coal   Com-  ���i  panv at Ferine, are  pulling  out  11 Id Ions of coal daily, this output will be inc'-eased as soon as  Ihe Michel creek' veins are fully  opened up. The company at  present supply coal and coke lo  Ihe smellers, mines, and power  planls in West Kootenay/ The  smelters in Monlana are receiv-  iiiii large quantities of coke and  coal: Ihe Groat Northern Kail-  \vay Company are "taking about  -lOd tons daily, and the C.P.R.  use; the Crow's Nesi coal between  "Winnipeg and Nelson ������  Pays Dividend���Election of Directors  The annual meeting of ihe St.  Eugene "Mining   Company   was  held on Tuesday of last week   in  the   Gooderham   building.        A  dividend   of  '.'>   par cent, for the  three   months   ending   Dec.    Ul,  and payable .luri. 1, was declared  The reports   ol   the   mine   were  satisfactory.    The following directors were elected:   President.  George Gooderham:   vice-president,/!1. G.   Hiackslock:   W.   11.  lieatly. W. G. Gooderham. A. F>.  Oooderham,   John  A.   Finch of  Spokane, James Cronin of Moyie  J. C. Drowry of liossland,   K. P".  Ueaton   and   George   Sunnier e>f  Montreal.      It   is  expected ihal  the"   same    quarterly,   dividend  oi o par cenl. will be continued.  Golrlen Eleece.  Urorlc"corTiincncecl'oii the Golden Fleece mineral claim, sitnale  on Tracy creek, on Wednesday.  Mr. William Forsylh will have  charge of the work' which will  consist ol running a hunelred  lool tunnel.'  Roads and Trails.  The necessity ol IliO'building  of new roil as and trails, and Mho  steady improvement ol those already constructed, is a matter  that should be bi ought up by  the dillcrent. Hoards of Trade  throughout the district, and the  fads plainly s<>t be I ore the provincial .government at its next  sitting. At the last session of  the Provincial legislature Ihe  sum ol !sl7,.10d was voted lor  roads in this dislricl. This  amount should be increased te.)  at least MiijiOO. In the matter  of good roads and trails at least  hall of tho revenues o1 Ihe district should be set, aside for Ihal,  purpose.  High Joint Commission; ���  "' Negotiat-iohs.are; uo\y iii, progress looking Howards; :a resumption -of -'the sitting- of the  High .'Joint'Commission, between  Canada and ; the IJuitecl States,  which, caii)6'-.to -an ���^ineffectual  stop a year or two ago owing to  the inability of tho  cominission-  PUICRBYTKItlAiN'   CI I riKJII.  Christian service will be conducted in the Presbylorian  Church by the Paslor K'ev. D.  McK. l-ieid, U A. every Sabbath  evening at 7.Ild There will also  be a service every other Sabbath  morning at J1 o'clock'. Sunday  School at 12 a.m.  All are welcome to our services  A Sweeping Vote.  ' The plurality ot the popular  vote secured by President Mc-  Kinley at the recent election is  the greatest ever given a Pi csi-  dont of the United Slates It  exceeds thai ol Grant in 1872. up  to the present year i.s the largest  on record by .H.'S,2d(i votes Me-  Kiuley's plurality over Mryan i.s  S 1.1.01 I. This eslimalo will be  increased ralhor than lowered  Cold  Wonthur.  The weather prophets coiilniiiu  to predict a Jong (.old wiiitur. it  started iii early- in .the- week as if  it .meant business, with a violent  shbw.istorm which delayed travel  On Tuesday, iiiorhing tlie ther-  lHomete'r registered 20 degrees  below-zero, with 12 inches of  snow, which !'\vsi-.s the heaviest  fall of snow ..seen in l<'ort Steele  for a number of years,    '  ,    News Notes.  The bankers ol Canada are opposed lo the eslabhshiiTonTn)!'  a  mini in the Dominion.  The Northern Pacilic. and the  Great Northern railways also  Ihe Union Pacilic. have f-om-  bined, and the ol'ticial slaleinent  to thai elled will shortly be announced.  Owing lo the cold storage  plant that has been operating in  Ihe Koolonays lor the past week  1 Jon. Cliil oul Si Hon has been  obliged to curtail his lour in lliis  province.  Throe nominations were made  at l-ievolsloke on the I Of h insl.  John McK'ane, Conservative.  William Albert Galliher. Liberal  Christopher Foley. Independent  Labor party  There is no single province in  the Dominion ol Canada, whore  (he progress ^ini.\ ilevolupmom  Jnis boon so marked during the  year about ended, lis in the  Province ol. Brilish Columbia.  Are we not just died in saying  thai our own I 'rov inie of I !ril isli  Columbia is now Ihal on" which  is lixed mosl alleiiTi\el,\    Ihe   at-  The Mig-hty Nimrod. "  ��� The ���'deer 'slayers'* of I<Y>rl  Steele wore'on tin I arge''n umbers  on Sunday and Monday of this  week. Seveial unfortunate deer  were found and slaughtered by  the ambitious , niinrods. One  Jiunfer, who is well known under  the name of "Strong Arm  .Charley" secured a savage rille,  belt ol catridges, and scoured  the Joot hills easl of Steele.  Charley brushed up against a  considerable number of deer,  had lots oi good shooting, but  bagged no deer. Some unkind  people say thai Charley could  not hit a barn unless he was on  Ihe inside.  ��� Kimberley Notes.  Kiiuberley, Nov. 21.-���The  lumber is on the ground for the  new Methodist chinch, work  upon which will commence in a  Jew days.  There is now three Jeet of  snow lying loose around, and'lhe  belief'is that il has come to slay.  - The new station is now completed, li. Summers of Cranbrook- ' has been . insl a I led as  agent. '   >  'Arrangements are now being  >perJ'ected lo facilitate increased  shipments of ore by the North  Star and Sullivan mining companies.    '    -  Paul Hundley is gelling out  his sleighs as rapidly as< he can  in order to handle the ore from  the Sullivan mine. He expects  toehave eight sleighs in operation in a short time.  , liusine.sk in town is good, and  shows a steady increase, c Every  ono hopes for still boiler times  iii the spring.  was slow in orysializing. bin  1 hat parliament would be convinced some lime.  Possibly Mr. Si J ton meant by  the next election when new  promises would be made.  Mr. Foley had ihe best of the  argument, and wound the minister up like mi eight day clock'.  Lord Roberts Injured.  London. Nov. 21 ���li is reported that Lord Koberts was lhrowu  from his liorso anel received  .severe injuries.  Later:- Lord Koberts" accident occurred on Sunday last  while he was riding. His horse  fell with him and he was shaken  and bruised but no limbs were  broken.  ARE THE POWERS SINCERE.  BRITISH COJLTJMBIA.  tentioii  others.  ol    ihe  "I    the  |.,sl,  Political Notes.  11 is useless to go into ihe  reasons why Mr. A. JJ.'MacNeil  tho Conservative candidate for  Vale-Koolonay-Cariboo. has declined lo run. ���  The electors of'Canada have  asserted their faith in the Lau-  rier government, and there the  matter rests for another five  yea rs  It, is certain however, that  British Columbia will plug  along about as usual, and pro  duce mineral enough to pay the  debt ol Hie Dominion.  Mr. MaeNeil having retired,  and Mr. MoKano coming forward as the Conservative candidate il will be to the interest  of all io support Mr. MoKano  who will stand up tor the milling inlerosls of the Province  which have been sadlv neglected  in Ihe past.  . 11   is  said   thai   Mr.   McK'ane  will puf up a slrong light.  The Dominion House stands as  lollows 12.1 Liberals, 7!l Conser-  vu lives 1 Independents, three  elections yel lo be held, and one  ni doubt  Sir Charles' Tapper deh\ered  a splendid address lo a crowded  house   al    Vaneouvijr,   Salurday  'From '-Windermere.  Windermere, Nov. 22. ��� Five  men arc steadily employed on  the Silver Belt group, and more  will be added as the work proceeds. The shalt is down about  :$0 feet and the men are taking  out a good grade ol galena somewhat oxidised. There , is every  indication ol a large ore body,  and developments are mosi encouraging.  The Paradise is taking out  20d sacks of sand carbonates  daily There are aboul 10,000  sacks of ore which will average  120 pounds lo the sack on the  dump. The packers ,-tre busy  raw-hiding ore down the mountain. Captain Armstrong has  erected stables for eight loams,  and cabins for teamsters at the  head of Spring creek.  The Paradise,has good winter  quarters sutlicient   lo   accoiiimo  date JO men,   2.1    men   are   now  employed  Tl begins to look as though  our proposed telegraph line was  only a political dodge. No word  ol who got 1 lie contract lor the  construction has yet been heard.  Empress   Dowager   Wants to   Fifjht  the Allies. ��� Pekin and Tien  Tsin    Threatened    by  Boxers  New York, Nov. 21 ���Government officials in Washington no  longer make any at tempi lo conceal their disbelief in Ihe sin-  eerily ol the protestations made1  by the powers Ihal they do not  contemplate the pari ii ion of  China.  (s  Heiiin. Nov. 21. ���a detachment consisting of two companies, of infan1r.y, a��force ol mounted men and two guns, has been  dispatched 20 kilometers wesi of  Pekin "wit li orders lo push on to  the great wall.   ,  London, Nov. 21.���The Empress Dowager has telegraphed  a secret decree warning all gov-,  ernors'and viceroys to prepare  for immediate war against .the'  allies everywhere.  It is reported that the Boxers  were,marching,in a large body  on to Tien Tsin and Pekin.      >���  fck.  MrKANE.IS SHOUTING. ',-  l> '" -l     jr-  v-   " ��  Claims That Galliher Must be Absent  Minded.    .  The Nelson Tribune says, that  John-McKane has big Bill Galliher on Ihe hip on 1 he epiestion of  thai eight-hour law petition.  Candidate Galliher has made a  mistake in hastily denying ' ihat  he signed Ihe pelilioii. The following telegram explains itself.  Kamloops," Nov 21.���To llio  Fditor of the Tribune: Not withstanding denials of Galliher and  his friends re   eighl-hour   law. J  reiterate   my   ohnrg id    have  challenged Galliher to meet me"  on the public platform here- and  deny if. So far he has failed to  answer my challenge. He has  had ainpl" lime to meet me here  tonight. All honest Liberals  should frown upon and show by  their votes on December (Slh  rheir disapproval ol Gallihor's.  to say the least, absent minded  methods. Jonx M"<;K"\nk.  FOX.EY   v-s   SIFTON.  !     The elections in    Burrard, and  Asa fuel  !!i it ish Columbia   to-1 Yaltf-Cnnhoo will take   place  on  day   is   altr.Kling   ihe a I leal mil j December (ilh. ami   il    will   be   a  not   only   o!   (..'aiiada   Inil   ol 1 lie   hot. light.  ,worldi |, .,.    Youjr Best Friend.   ���  And iii this Province' it. >   not!     The   local,   newspaper ;��� is   the  South   Kast.    Kootenay    thai   -'-s j |)(..si friend any. community 'can.  looked upon to.show   the   great- j |,ave, and does more to   advance  est developiiieiii in   '.he.   iiiniieil:-: jjie ma.if.ria.lintere.sts of a   town  ate future.. 'lltan   any  other  form of ad.ver-  Tlie baliiesJiii)   Keuliiekv   has : tisoineni.      Support 'your   lioine  been ordered to Smyrna.      This  is a polite way of suggesting that-  paper, and   you   will  winner.  co uio   out  The   Battle At Grand Forks  Grand Foi ks.   Nov.   2d-���Hon.  Clifford Siflon. minister of t he interior, ran up against   ;r stump,  al a meeting held here last even  ing in favor of W. 11. Galliher llic  Liberal   candidate.    The   wordy  passage al arms bel ween him and  Chris Foley, surprised   Ihe   niin  isier, and created a sensation.  Mr. Foley poured hot shot al,  llio minister and I he parly t hal.  he represented.and spoke of what  the Laurier government, had not  done in regard lo ils promises of  reform to the wage earner. He  said I hal these promises were  made as a hook lo catch i he labor  sucker, Ihat an alien law existed  but it. was useless, appeals for  the enforcement of the law were,  all., in vain: he declared that  these aliens diel not livo'as white  men, and they drove Canadians  into   idleness.  Mr. Sifto.ii maintained that all  reforms- in ���labor-legislation had  b >en    secured    by   the    Liberal  party.'but adm.ilied   that,   public/  opiuion,   "not. the  government"  Do Not Misquote Fig-ures.  Some advertisers arc using  the Inland Revenue Department's recent official report upon  baking powders .to "��show tlie  comparative strength and qualities of these articles as they are  sold in the Dominion, ll is noi  fair, however, either to the Analysts nr lo tho public in making  ibis use of the ofliei.il figures  thai ihey should be misquoted,  as il is alleged has been done in  some instances.  The following ligures are  copied from ihe official rejioi,'!  printed by l he Canadian Government and shown coirecily. as  per that document, ihe iclative  strength value ol lh�� baking  powders named. The analyses  in all cases was made b\- Hie  (love run i e nl Analysis.  ivi << in ,.i j\ ai  ili|.' I��.in lillii; i:.i-  'l!n\.il (.Hi i .1". "f tin. i- llll li' -t u sK) III  I I. ,l'l III.I ��-   (mi mi'. *.I ix..i IiL-1h".i H sis i I.I  'I I. ,11 lull tl s      UWI  ll'l'iil   I lllfll, sl   1,'slsl        ll.*  hil|H rlul    IiH.'i.ii.  nf I \mi lllk-licst l.stsl      U 'I  M.ivfi     limit.tins  ilutitl   l.i\, rm .  <>ftln����  IiIl-Ii-m H'sis| ; ,  These tests should- set the baking powder   quc.siiou   at   rest.--  Mtnttrt-nl pintriiHin-.iitifiil ./nun/til.  ,       North Star And Sullivan.  The North Star continues to  ship about SO tons daily.  The Sullivan.' as soon as; ihe  sleighs are in operation will ship  from 100 lo 125 toils dailv.  South  East  Kootenay   Has   Copper  In Abundance.  Brilish Columbia has come to  be considered an important factor in ihe yield of copper.  ' ,  The London. ('Eng.) Mining  Journal, says;.-'-As a result of  the encouragement \o mining  afforded by the high prices  which have ruled for over a year'  pasi. the production of copper  throughout the world has increased  Brilish Columbia has iinuJe  substantial progress- in' the last  few years in Ihe production of  copper, and it is undoubted,  however, that there are large  tracts ofoeupriferous land'in the  Province, which if .developed  would swell the world's annual  total appreciably.  Copper ores occur "more or less  abundantly in, the Boundary and  olher  districts  of   West- ICoole-"  nay.   also, al    numerous   points  along the const, and elsewhere.  IN   SOrril "J'JAHT   KOOTICN'AV.  Copper ores are found in   pay-  iug/piaiitities all over   the   Fort  Steele  miiiing-'district.      Large ������  copper deposits have boon located em (he St.   Mary's   river, and s  its tributaries.      On   Alki   creek '  are  found 'a   large   number   of  properties carrying from four lo  t.weiily-fivc   per    cent,    copper.'  These  properties have been under   various   stages   of   development   for  the  past   ihreeyeflrs,  and there is no doubt as to their  copper values.    On the oast'side"  of :he Kootenay valley, on Sheep  creek. IheJolin.Hull and Carbon-*  ate groups have a large showing '  of copper ore.    Near 1 he.Bonn-  '  clary line (here 'ire a   number  of  goexb copper   properties   under  development, on  Elk   river' and  its tributaries. Sand'creek.   Bull  river   and    it,s> branches.    Wild  Horse and Tracy creek...all have,  showings of copper more or, less  abundant.      Native  cooper, has  been found iu the Caldwell mine,  and in a number of properties on  the Sl. ,Mary's river:   gray  copper,   rich, in   silver   and  gold is  round on Tracy creek.     'On   the  headwaters of Wild Horse creek  large  deposits  of   gray   copper  have been located, and with  few  exceptions, on account, ol lackol  transportation,    little    has   been  done for Iheir exploitation.      As .  a     copper     producing   district.  South Fast Kootenay presents a   ,  lielel of great promise.  t The Chamber of Mines.  For several months past a  large number-of representative  mining men and bankers have  been' interesting themselves in  developing a movement which  should bring lo the knowledge  ,_pf the mining investors in tluj  large financial centres of Great  Britain. Europe, the United  States and Canada, something of  the resources of Southern British Columbia, and the de\elop  inent which has been going on  during the pasi two or three  years, and the erection r,f large  smelters, concentrating and milling plants, covering the same  period.  The large production of silver  lead ores in the Slocau, Aim-  worth. Lardeau. La rein Duncan  and South Fast Kootenay also  came ii]i for discussion, ll there  fore seemed proper ihal some  central organization should ho  established for ihe purpose of  gathering ibis dala and having  it published as widelv as possible.  ll was therefore adopted "that,  an association io be known as  ihe Chamber ol Mines of South  ern Brilish Columbia," wiih the  words 'Koolonays and Yale  bracketed in. should be es  liiblisho'd." And that a eniiiinil-  lee of four, with a president,  should be appointed to act lo  gel her for the purpose ol communicating with the representatives n| )|1(. mining, smelling  and transportation inteiosts, soliciting their active and earnest  co-operalion in'the carrying on  of ''.this .Chamber of mines.    :  Mr. .}'. B. McArthur was elect- "  ed president. Messrs. C. P.  Chamberlain. J. F. McKae, and  N. F. Townsend were appointed  a committee to solicit membership and subscriptions to the  Chamber. ��� '������-'.������', ���'-'' THE, PROSPECTOR, FOKT STEELE, B. Cr'NOVEMBEli^. Jt,  00.  '���,:''; ''���>,.'���������   ;i:STA��Lisiii-a,i;  if.ii-i,,V        ;,  ���;R    '. A. B, 6race,  CiiiPtriif.iSHKte : and jcniTOHv '  ##^#��######����  ###*��########  THE   PROSPECTOR,   is '��� published  - every; Saturday, and hiisu giiuniuiccd  11 olrciilation liii-Rcr tliiiii ahy'iithcr paper  ln'Hast' kooicnay';' It is. all hoine Printed  - nnd contains double the news nf -any  'other paper in Hie dislWeu       ,- ���  .  As  an  iid> crtisliiR  mcdiii.ti  it   is unexcelled,.,    ,  "  Devoted iiithc upliulIit(ii|.''or l-'oi-i Steele,   the  .. .development of the .vast hiiiierai: resources of  ;; ��be Kast-Koou-nnymltiiiiKiilsirict,     ' "I'm  Subscriptions.;....... :. ;.':.;./f.:.'lM.per year  .. Advertising nitc's'.'inailc. known on apiilicnlloD.  >Contributions urn solicited from nil parts of the  11 district, but til J unuter Iiftemlotl for liulillt'iiiitiii  ;  mu.st luive Ui�� writer's sl-riinture. ��  THIQ PAPFR Is io.').! on life at thcnilvcr-  .i.'.rilO  rnrcn lis[n���,ij,(.,u,y ���r,; Alaxntuler  *C'o., Suite !���'.. Ktr.M, National l,tniil< llullrlint;,'-  ���;., SpoUiine. Wash.���.vhor.i emu rnets can I"; muds  ���'��� (or it. c:zi  .... ��� =;.  ... .'";.-  This ;Raper  Is . kept on '.tile HI K., (V  '.'l> A ���K.K-'S. Ad '(������(f.r'i Ishitf'  "Agency.' <K nnd (ft. Merchants hxoliani.'..'. rian  Fruni'lscii. Onlifornln, wbere oiiiili-iiets for nil-  viirtlsiiiKcan be ni:id<-���f(vi-Hi,.  \,%������:-���_  ���  This   Pnnpr Is i<'-i'i.",!ii'<��t  the ���A..'M.i'--  .,..,..       .   ,    lvspiipc.r,���Ail-  vetlslnir, Agency.   Montreal. \,where c. intrants  for ailverlislnycan be mini'.' lot-it,,. 0.   ���   . '/���.  ;:This/ria'5cr'',s'''J,,'^oiU7 ������'���* w:  stort'i''-ApotmfMf.' WjoIij  Xtr��iiain.iV   Co's <'honU  Mhe ^jco^vctaic  .|;;;;:7;,7sATijm  HKl."  -.ve, ���������A\KE]>s:(jrF,;niKj)isrfiifyiy>  ,0S?rt'This; district ''.will See. a..wpiider-'  $#'''iul^ad vjtiitaeiiidnt dui-ingvtiieVnext  k;!^':;t\v.elye.';'iriontUs, and .in-the.-mat-  j S^ ter of��� ]) u b.l ic.:, i in pro vein en ts^ tit e  |i{'v:ii-':appi'dp'i,iiitibii'.'^a'skVid','.''to  ^te^ibe^whaVviS actually/necessary 'to  ?iU-,';;meetiv they^rovi n <r de'riiands Toi'-  Ki?:^the;coni,ing "year;; i'ltjs; tolerably  ;iji,;;;-certain "that^if-'the'Gpv'ernment;  r:-'r. is noli m;ide'7tullyraliviri^to^the^'  Ja^cbnditipus.exlstiiig  fc77.7suffei;''thereby, : a,nd;-���ifcisrnece'sv  '\!��4; sary^thitt ,i no':..- eIfo vX%:'_-.s}iouidj>;be  fe ^spared.;tO;briiig;;oui';requir6.menti  j'y;.-:.fii.ll^i5'.efpv'^  :;-;'':^';!'"i">'--V'y''^''' ���  ���;���'.'*''���;,. '���# '���':'���*; '.'*:.. '-.{������ ������v'-'.'iii'.-.'h''-'^  rS-r"^ jti})a;SjJie^higugg(^tcd:that,i,the;  ^fdifferente^Bpards.^ ibft^^Trade  ' S^'thrOughoiit !'S6utlr ;East'-K.odte:  ^:;Thay;'shouldvtakej''tlie;;matter ^up.:;  4;';;'? alii d'��. '��� io r ni al;;..: resb lu tl o lis dS.-pass-;  F;:Sti'e;d;setti.iig7fb  K^d.istricfe-^^v^,^';v -tf'Z^'Z'^:^??  /ivS:vS^r'":' .'������"���' 'bS' :''��� *g^;'"*i';,v'*'5'!^;v 1.-'���'"''''.'';���"''";  ���/���-���Mf;Thei;e7is!'''i''niic.h  .iC^'ttiisSuggestio'npaHd^herecan^be  i||^|:;ii6jharm;;iii:,trying0ai]dy it/Vvbuld  'j?7^5bei:; satisf actoryf-to, allJf7the,peov  ^!0u$i&$oi{;:ph is:;! distri ct7: won Id ?'l geV-  IS ??& ��toge th e r; an d :.��� th u s": ob t a i tiS 'ii':; c I e i i.r;  -;;l'K'v.---^;,.9--;,--'.!���'!,- -".v;..-.'.-:;3.-. .���:������.--.--.��;-���'���������.i'.-^---fci-.--���<���,-.>������..��� :-.-,���> ��� ������ .-  }ft��'7,vfi.i%.i.seii'tim  .'"..^''.''rT'.'"!"-' '-'' t|]--.'���'��� ^ .;'^1.'.:.,i'.^'  -.'���!���;.'.V" V '.'.'."\''.. V"'- ��� : ������'.'".': (  ^p^^rlTlveMbtiii iiilig^'d^fiKfSullicieiit'  fiM:;:;'appi.'bpriatibirM'o'r''lihejvdistrict1''^^^  frS;7:^ineet:':the 7i'C(.|uirehieiifs^'of. fliev  W^'-j:coining/year^.fo^ Jjie,-;;preseiiled, to  i^^-'J^tlie legislature'at'its:next si  f.3:;~:-'J, is .'iiijiiatter of-'.tlie very   Ijrsl  /v.;:V.';!;-;;'-X>o'i'.tahcr!,'il;";a:iid;7  17^7 7 the '''people ,fhi'pugh':; ..l;h.ei.r..ropre  7:|;:77seivtati vty*.l bodies: ��� ���;��� "Boa-r.ds7- o  77 ,'-Trade", ;j'o ���in.si.st7:u]'iori���'"ii.iid.-, ii.ni'-,'  777.;; plify,'as.they7 think- necessary  7!^7;7{the   reepiironieiifs tha,f  are   now  &7;!-'7''''.neecled' in Uiis tlisf rief:- ,'; -A: ��� -.'.  Sj'-:V   -.-^..���-.'T ���':-.: 'i.-.-.v'"--'l   ���'''���������*:���-"'*-' ���*':'.-'-'-':::' ���- "���'.v; ~ . ������ '  ;;|-fc ;;7 -For,: UTiJ'. past ."���few,: years .this  7;7--7district.hais been!a,;coiista,nt-7and;  77^77ihcreasiu'g:i)rpduce'r';Of -; revenue  T77-.777to the 'Brovincial...,Goveriiinent.-;  ^kici-In'.1899,,the revenues) front this  7>777:district ainouiiled :to^50,O{)O,^tlie,  fv;^7^P6nditiires, ^including7 public  |7i7;7in:pi;bv:euienfs,.adii]jiustratioit^.p^  ^7^7. justice, civil  service and -print-  Wirjiig ambiinted to ^88,8Sy,,leaving,  7vt:7a net balance of s?lti,227,tq;atisist  7��-7.m payinglthe debts of other Jess  ;^:77 favored districts of -.the Province  ,'���-'*-'-')���'.���"���'���' ������   i--'' --.'-'��� -;' *' -. *'". *'.''    ::   '-  iff--7:,:';;-The-7year   1.900   will, see' the  77Jirevenues'..'increased  to  at   least  i7;77��SO,OOOj ' and possibly- ? 1.00,000,  7j.'with an increased ex]iendifcure of  0;-.7;';$ib)'000,' making-a total of'$43..000  ���- .leaving a net ainount of $37,000,  ;���.-:-������', to oil the-Government niachinery  in other, parts of the Province.  '-*   '*'' .;*  When the year .191)1.,..'comes';to  a  close  it will be-1'ouud that the,t  revenues have increased to about j  $125,000.  Then we should -be in''  a   position 'to   dem.aiiil 11 bv-less  than $4.0,000 for.roads and trails.  ;;-;  ::..-.-....:-7'c;;'   ..v. ..;:;..; a;.:   '.; .'-..- ���'..' ,'���'-.. . v'.- : .v ��� ^;' .������.;'..." ."..: 7', .^���'i,.' :,-  ] ] ;.:"���:,.-.:: .,.;,*>;:���.,'���:,.���-  : ���,:',-',:- : '} ���������-,���.���:���:, 'V. ���:<���,   ,  '.':  ,,..;��� _    -,:;.:.,;,.    ^(/, ;li..;':../���:;;:: ...;,..,.,.:i^ ';,-;,,.   ",;-..;,, ; "?:^, ���  ':.;;'-.'^ '7; "'-  ..,.-<?-.  ^i^i#i]iii^  ^<3||>i^^  '!,nS  iiii-  OTE;BAlQ.;iSSM:&:C  733 PENDER STREET.   ;v^  ���;���������:#7:   Vaiicowver, '���, B.7;:.C';  &;. ; We' aije Manufacturers and direct. Importersj and carry 'a-  glargestock of Balances,'Furnaces, Fire ClayGoods, Scientific  H and Practical Books, .Glassware, Platiuum Goci'ds, -Acids,  i^'.'Chemicals',;, an'didir-oth^  |i^^SOLE AG-ENTS fornnprgan Crucible Company, Battersea, Beck-.  IJ;.      .er's Sons-'TBalances, Braun's Gasoline Furnaces, Etc.  3 7'���;--.    .Catalogue and'full particulars on. application. ���-���-,'.  dfxKJn^iJuuiMKruiruiKru^  Large iSairiple TRooms 7^  MI.VKKAI. ACT.  . (FOII.Mf.l  'lIKIITIKKMTK IJK   IMPItuVKMKNTs  .;.���;.      -- "���;���  '     'NOTICE.    .     ���;-,...  j' DAFFODIL  MINERAL CLAIM.  '(-.     Slt'uaie In the Fori Steely Minliii.'  Division   r- ,'     j of Kiisi Kooieuny pist-rict,.'   '        .       '  NOTICE. j        WIi.m-r locnteil:-  On HiiclUeten-.v liill. neiu-  ',   ��� '-.    " ���'.    -'������ , '    jMarkerceK.'" '       ,,-.'.       '���"'���"���  SILVER   QUEEN   MINERAL   CLAIM,     j        Tnl;,; nmiee  Unit .I. ..Veil  Mel.eo.d Ciin-nn  .Situate In llic Fori Steele' Mlnlni.' 'Division (.'(Aiaiiit  for Die'North Star Mlnlni;'oui'ii]j;iii.v.  .if South East Koq!;enuy Dls'triet! , j Limited, l-'ree��� .Miner's Cei-tllleiiu-  NTo . n ill.r.ru  Where loenci-d :--Oneinlle ant! a ii.-iir .fr.na j l-'r<-c Miner's (.eriiileaw No u :il,;i7:i. inu-uil ilo  the moiRh of Lost creek aritl aOruit ten mijes: | iia.vs friji/i the .Int.: hereof, lo iipiily to the Min-  froin Fort S|.,ele in a south.cn-t oirt-iriii'Ti nmi j frji-' lfi:e..r-tli.-r l.ir a i.'eriiile.iit..,or liuproveuients.'  on the north siile of Lost.creek.    . .     j '''>' the puriio.se ol ..huiinini; n I'niw'n (l.rnni  ol  ^is^��;  fort stefeie -  ';,Meat:.Market -7  (- : & ' e ;;       ''"��� '    ''  'PRE.SIT   and   SALT  MEATS  ALWAYS  ."-   ON HAND.''   '���'"'       -    '- "  .l^^^t^ilsy^eiie'  r^>  ���   ,        *���     *-. .*     ' ' '    1 ''���  'I'iikw notlee lliui-l. Thf��vr. MeViitif.. !���'.;.>L  ��� .,,, .-���-.���.��� 1 . ,. i 1.'. N'o. iil-^.ur. ai-eni for.C'ie .1. .lohnson, F...M. 1;.  There   is   iv   large  amount ol", n���. ���-iim,. s,.,nuei i^ewison. i-'.m;c. no. (n:!isr,.  revenue.: that    is    not  credited to | -'���' ''"-   Armstroi'iir   nilminl��i.riuor for'-Wlkifln's  South East,Kootenay' whicli   we  maintain should he,.'said revenue  going to the   tn-asury   iiocoiiiit.  Last year, there was'hot. Iess;t luin  $10,W)0 royalty on 'timber which  ���was.'jjin the coast, sluilJling of  accounts nbt ' credited . I.o . thu  district. .    ��� . ' .., j  R. M. RO&ERS, Proprietor,  Pi-esh I-I.-Uibut,   Salmon, Salmon Trout,  Butter and Eggs.. 7 Fish" and Game J n Season. '  Fort Steele and  I'slnl.ir, iiiLernl. ^ixty dii.vs.from the oale here.,f.  l.o;i|i|iiy 10 t-uii'.vKnin^ liecoi-.le'r -for- u CerLili-  rui.e' of lmpi'Oveine.lit>(. fur th" purpose of ,��i��-  inlnlnira f'rowii Grant of the ahove claim.,.  Anil further take, ilolk-e ihal action! un.l.-r  section :1T. niusi. lie c.oui/nence.I i.,-.forc the .��'--  suarice.of.siurh C'ertilleate of .Iniproeciu.uit.-,.  lhil.eil.lhis TjKt.li ila.V'if Ocfoher. A.H.. I!����i  11- .  tiios t. Mc.vrrriK:  Blown to Atoms.        .  t'lie old iileu tlui-l llu'-Miixly s.iiin-liiiie.s  nceilrf 11 jiownrful. ilriisli.-: piiro-n.i,ivi'  ili'll' luin l>ee" u.\'|i,l("'''.<i: for 'I'r. Kino's  New Life '''"*'. wl>'^> '���"'" I'l.'.jil'eet.ly  harmless.   yonti.V  st.imuln.ti.'   liviji- ami  bowels     IO      O-IJiel       I'dis'.MIIllls    lllu.ll.'l'.  rleun.se.'thu s.vst<�����>> nii.l iilisulnii'ly eiin.-  Coiistiimtioil atl'l riir.k  lli'iulneli".   (inly  . -'Sc itt A. W:.l.*leiwil<'.!l.l's Urn"; .Stor.-.  j NOTICE. '  )       .Sixty ila.vs from ilal.e I   intend   lo' apply  to  ; l.lie Chief l.'oinmlssionei- of Lands ,<: Works, for  i permission to.purchase the followlmr 'lescriii.-d  ' liioil in South Kil.sl ICootenay.   (,'oininencine al,  I the iwlrtli east corner of N. A. Wall Infers application, ih'-nee easl. sn chains.-'i hence   south   .so  ; chain's, thence  west, HO chains, thence north so  1 chuiiis to th,* poinL of c.oinnieiieem.'iit.  deduc-  lilii? thererromso much as Is   covered   hy   the  pre-emptions-   of   Charles   Chapman.   Kouben  'lfoi.'.-1-s. l-'rniik Doiiavan anil Allien,Ore/., eon-  luiiiinir-I'KI acres more or less. ��� .  ���   ' ,      l-.KII.A   Id'SS.      '  l-'ort Steele. II. C., Septeuiljer11. IHuo.  ,-l!-���-  e- ahoce elaliii.^ .  '. And further take notice ihat action, under  -.:i.ion,:i7, inusi he commenced i���,f���r,. ti���, |ss���,  ic-of kiicIi Ce,-tllleiil/:i,r luiprovi-iiienl.s'..  Hated the -J4H, day of .lllj.v',' I1IIHI.  ���!>���-' NKll. Mi-.l'Jiriil CI.'UKAN. Aeeul,  j NOTICE.   r<  I     'I'ake nolle.-. Ihal. In  one iiiiim.li  after dale I  ! iMl.en.l |��� apply lo Hi- Chief '..'oiiiiiiKnIiiiiiji- of  LaiaN .'. Works lor |.e'nnlss|on to purcliase liie.  f.-.ll..ii1ni.- ileM-rliii-i) land In .South l-lusi K'o'ote.  na.v Di.,!.rict. C.immencli'11.' at a post pkuitoi! on  lhi-.eii!;t. hank of ferry cr.-.-l! al.ioul one fiitn-Mi'.'  ..: a mile ii..ri.h of French ercek', tli.-nci, ..o'uih  10 chains, tliencc west. III chains-, lhcriee ue.rl.li  ���lOehalnn'tliehc, ens:  III chains 1.0 place  ..f' lic-  e in til up..' , ,      '  lial.-,. thlsi-.lh day of S,i|,|euil).-r.  '.I. T. l.AIDLAW.  IIKKI. _.  ^?S��K����l��  Bologna  Sausage.  Kiniberley.  FORT STEELE,  B: G.  and  MONTROSE BICYCLEMIFREE  BREWERS    QF    EXTRA   FINE  PORTER  iH,ii!.,,l^.;?,l.":<',1"1 ^'('"'"H*"'"l~"i"<' pr?���*f5- $1 tfy5Q  ill }'(.u iic-.��l ii,,l.-|,,,-,,|jt I,, lmr\my ut'eni  " .' l..c K.M'UfM VI-: ItMJVOl.K  "l .iiilcl.l.y  InlreiliieliiB  iVhei.-l.ai, tlds l.iii-lu-leii I*  lit IIH  11,-l.t  Ui liny ��w wheel ,���i th��� inurkci,  If.vna il,. in.i, nnd K, r.�� �����,���,,.,,,,  .IIAMiF.lC'I'IIKKItS   iiiii   mice ll;l- in.-tl.,,.!  o.u-,111(111 MODHI.s.    TI,Ih���I|-,.,-���|��� ��,,, a,,!,  mi.;!,' Io Miaiii. i. RIDER   AGENT In c.-icli l.  anil take uiili-m.   1iiii-(ikh.ii,m nii.lt.- him.hv fled  SPECIFICATIONS &"!"��� '--��� "'"'���-""-i.-. i..<h.-h.a:M,:,-i,  ll ��      ���     .   .    ' '*"���"���  Klielli.V Wll'll ciw llll,III,; ,,|||, f ���..,  ,,   !. .,���,,,..  .iDiij. iiii��h.-,ii,inti.. ini|ir..v,.,i ,..,;, ,- ,i,.vi,.��� i,, i,,,  ,,,,.;!',;.,'��� ,,',  hii|..!��_I,��,mI  Willi vnvh I'l.-.vrl,;    "" ">���"-���  ("   '���������II��irM<-..rVtri.,..-  ��  I'CJII'C  FREE J:;."!'^'^::*"'!:^."^ +'>������������,;��?". ����.f" ��'<>.  . Wild I'r  i  Kt'lHlIlt  ;:^eci,!'';:,!^V'''"i'',,"''i'!;-^"''--  cheap -wheels. aA.!^a,.,rr".,i::iT, ^,;:;:';i:,;:v':^'  "Mil (-.'ll-jim hlts'h  mill l.ltr mipiilv hou  hmvevcr. nit: ���   ���   - ���  -������-.ml iii-i.i,  ''(i��,'ii|i, wrlli- ii�� it ml I'.'l. us (ell you hi  ,r-TT UNABLE to BUY ^' '  -;i'f-M.:iei :.�����;;  ,s���      't;  m:i-<n:i! hiiiihiiimi ��� i,ie,-,.i.! ..rlmv ..!��..-i.  CALGARY FLDU  nifli'.    Wcciiii hirnNIi Id  iioL i?imninti*i> imi' ii't'otii-    1st', no itm(.l��:r vlici tifliuw  ItMK'h U'OCllll HIIV4' \ (.11 an I he hii i Niicliino,  ,,., ,, MH^Istvoi U, KAKX A UIOVOUMiydlij.  ���nisi,    l.e n-fi-i- lo i.ay l.nnk.,rl,|islii,-����]miiscln Clik-intii. oriuiy  MANUP ACTU K ERS  BEER  I'V '    ...    '-.   .     '    ������'     ������  ���:  \\ ��� ������ -   -    ���  SOLD    BY^ THE- 7 BARREL;, ' KEG ' OR7 iBOTTLED  Bottled beer for family use a specialty  OUTS I UE ORDERS GIVEN STRICT ^PROMPT ATTENTION  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED^ ^oi?i��i:  '. ' - ��� .    '     ���  ���     1  o- , ��� ��� .���-...  Sick & Mutz, Prop's.  ���V..;,  ��-llli'lii��<..iiitiili+�� I..fill ,.���c|1: ii|��,  '����i'n itKi.iAHii.n'V i��iiii,,,i,..sii���  ,,MI|>iiny      IV-.. ,.u, ,    ' ex|iren�� or  Mfliyiiwl  (iiinuiiii I.-Mllll>llliy.      Wti will HMMII vim lot tiMH 1 if  i-j.ri.i-i.it,... ,!(.���.   < c .   .   V. ���������-������-  ���-. u...v..r.". r-i uhj   vajii (,'ks ur  SEND YOUR ORDER W^S^^^,^^^^  ��/. L. MEAD CYCLE GOMP1NY, Ohioaaofm.  h. w.  DREW.  Proprietor.  1 U  -ill  ilW  4 6
THE J'ROSPKCTOJ.', FORT STEbLlO, 13.
NOVEMBER ill, V.iOO.
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SATURDAY,  X()Vi:.\I|iKJ{   2-1, I'MiU.
SOUTH EAST KOOTENAY.
A    District,   of   Grout   Promise    and
Producing Minos.
i   Tin.:    Pkosi'IOctok    ii;is    frequently  called   atteinion   lo Hie
i wonderful    resources   of   South
East   Kootenay.      It   i.s   beyond
f|UUst,ion   thai,   Hie   mineral   resources oJ' this particular section
c-aiinol, be excelled.     Mineral   of
all descriptions lias been   Joiind.
The Jirst, exhibit sent to Spokane
attracted uuiversaj attention and
was the moans of brin.n'iii^'  capi-
tal   into   the..country.    .At that
lime   howeVer,,  East,   Kootenay
had bcoii scarcely heard ol"  only
as  a  memory  of  I lie scene o.| a
fjruut   gold ; exciteinenli   in    the
early days ol' lsOU-li."), and as being-in'ore  roniofc-tihun   Halifax.
'• The condilions.  ha.ve .changed,
the  district,  i.s  easy   oi' access,
within the past li\re  years mines
in this section have  been   developed to u pouil where  they  are
shipping    lar^e ' ijuantities    of
' crude-ore and concentrates. The
Sl.'Eugene liiine is-no\v acknowledged to be the largest producer
of silver-lead ore on the  American continent.    The North  Star
has forged lo the front,, and   the
Sid li van   i.s  lairing  a first-rank
ainongthc big. producers. There
are other  properties which  bid
Jair  to'make  as good mines as
those mentioned.    Of course the
skeptical will say. they are  not
developed, this is,true,   neither
was   the   North    Star    or   St.
Eugene live year.s" ago.     There
are a dozen-properties within   1;"
miles of Fort   Sieele  which   are
sure to' attract attention, the •niv-
fortunato part ol   it   is  that   the
__ownors arcfinanc-ially unable   lo
make-great headway with development,   as a  consequence ' the
progressed' the n'nics   has  been'
. retarded.        ',',,, ■ '
Ttyorejs no heller field in the
entire Province where capital
can l)e so advantageously placed
with a reasonable,expectation of
' 1.
taking it out.in u, short'lime.    It
will not belong before the merils
of East Kootenay  as  a mining
country, will be   better  known,
and wjien capitalists come in the
district will - make giant strides
towards  that prosperity  which
our people have so  long  looked
0 for.   -    •  . -     . ''  -:    : ' '-
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HOTEL
H. REINEM AN, Proprietor.
Fort Steele, B. C.
Largest an
c
Complete Hotel In South East Kootenay
ODERN   CONVENIENCES' '
Sample Rooms for. Commercial Men,
Headquarters, for -Mining Men,
NOTICE, i
L •
T.ilii" notice linn ilinly tlays fiom llio il.iti!
In ruol I liili'iul loiipph lo iliu I'liiuf Coiiii.iN-
Miuiiii of"l.iiiiils'&. Works lor. prnnK-.ioii In
'pim-li.isu thi' follow nv ilcst'i ibi'.l lnniK -.itu.uo
on l'ouv eirel: In ilie'Koil Steel'1 Mining l.il\i-
sion or JJust [Coihoii.ij , '111Jtfsli Coluniliit.
'C'liiiini'iu'iiin m.i post plunreil ol I'env Owo'l.
nhoLiLoiie-li.tif link' lii'lou llio old sliult- ilioiii-o
soiuh Uli'liiiiiis, ilium-o uo'.l Well.mi-, iliomo
norili Kluliiiin-,, liieni-o i'iis'1   K) chain--, lo llic
Ill.lL-C- III lK-|.rlll|]lll^. COIll.UllllIll In .ill ti',0 :u II'--
; IVJI. noiii.vsox,
O.ilcil ,U l.'orl .Slci'lu mis imii  il.iy ol  Su|i-
iL'inboi', 100(1 '
s.
•f.
NOTICE.
r
Revenues.
;   "'fIn a.iiirmber of'tho fining idis-
'   tricts of 'British' Columbia',   the
districts are sub divided, but=not
so  in  East   Kootenay.      While
there arc two  electoral  ridings,
and three "mining  divisions. ��� the
revenues are all credited to East
Kootenay.'      ' v -   -'-"-
--• The   las', fiscal, year of   1899
ending in' .1 uly ,1900:   North East
Kootenay received Tip'per-cent,
of  tlie   revenue,   and   pnodjiced.
.loss   th^n • one .Jojui'th. .^duth
% East  Kootfenay   produced, more
than three fourths of tlie entire
reyenuQn and,, in..appropriations
received about  seventy live  per
cent,   as  much   as   North    East
KoOlenay. 0    '
As  a   revenue   producing dis-
.   ..    - ,    i, i- • , i , -^
tricl, we stand Ihii'd on Ihe list,
with "West Koo'.onYiy tirst producing .twice as much as Victoria,
City: Victoria City, second: East
Kootenay third, with a revenue
half as large a.s Victoria City,
and twice as large as Vancouver.
There is no doubt that with
the ending of, tho ji.scn.1 year 1901
that South East Kootenay-will
' stand^'nexl to "\Vt5sl''Kootenay.:
and that the combined Koote-
nays will bto 'Ihe banner revenue
producers of the province.
1 Xotiue is hi'iviiy ^iwjn tli.u .tff rtn\s jitLci*
rl.ilc I. Ilulon V. KsLmiMe Intend to :ippl.\ Lo lIi'i*
"Chit'l Voniinlssloni1!' of L.inds nnd Woi-lcs at
■\"ffli)nnj H. O.. for pei mission to purcluisu the
follow Iiik dc-sci Ibfd l.i tuK ■ Coitiuionuintr at :l
posifiiluiiLtid nuiii tlie old XniHi htni^oru^ioiid
'.i ho it i ,(00 1<tl uusi at On1 i(mi mile bouid.
LhcucuVuiiili -li) t'liiiiiiK.( tliuiice wcsi ll) chains.
LliuiicoiiorLli H)('h.iins: thence cast lltdiainsto
point o'r be^imiinfr Containing in all M>') acies
more oi less. ^ l     s
I-OuUetl Ocl. mil. liKJU*
1^ - . Ji!0LJCNT V   i;STiMKKK
NOTICE.
Noilccis lici ol).v jrivcn that K't da\s after
dute I(niteiid to apply to the Chief Commis-
slonei of J^ands and Woiks foi a license to
prospect for eoal on ihe St ^Marv s Itivcr .iljput
two miles above Hie Jndian UescrvaLion. Coin
menenitf .it the smith east coiner post »llienee
8Dcbuiiis norili. llienee si) chains west• rhenuc
S0(*U:i1nsbouLli. ihcnco H) chains easi to jxnnt
of eoi!iniiiiK-rii>(,'><' and con La nun j; )>ID acies
more 01 loss; t ~ >
"     ' 'SK -,'4.       j      '        .lAiMl^S l'\)I.KY
*    "D.iuchiti Foil Steele this |."jl1i da\ of October. 1!MK). IJ
McBrid .
' 7 .
. ".sneiit fieavu Hardware
Stoves/ Graniteware,
v   Tinware        ^ ■
Powder/ Euse? Caps
Paints and Oils.
r Sheet hietai work of all kinds
promptly executed.   '-':   '■■
KIMBERLEY
T! _ ° D ,   ' , , t    '
Tlie   Coming   Town   of  East
Kootenay.
NOTICE. '     ,
Tiilse iioIr-u Ui,ii iliirtv il.i\s frum Uie d.iU1
lii'icof I liiiuml to iipph lo ihu llonoi.ililo
Hie Gliii'f Conimi^Kiuiiur of Lnmls :iml Woilc
for a s]ict;i:ll lli'enso lo i ul iilul c.lliv .l\\:iv
timber fiom llie fullow inj: ilesciilti-il Inn.ls —
Commi'iii'iii^ ill .i posl sn Hi« '.ouili \u",l I'm iiA
oflut'riiLuo MnniliAd mid Sixl\-T1iicu (.1(H)
Ciouji I Ivoott'ii.ij Disliii'i. miiuiiiir ilioncu
noith one huiulicd (MID) ch.uii-,: tliuiiuu «w
twoilLV («<►) cllilills Llieilt'C ^OtlLh L\\oiitv
(20) ulliius: lliuiico wcsi u\unt\ (JO) chains:
llienci'soulli MNL'nty (-J0) cli.uns. tiiiiii-ii west
ineiiiy (XI) cluiuis. liiuiiccsoulli  one liunclicil
.iiiitl eiiilitv (180) ch.inis. tlicm .isiiwcni\ (>ii)
Cllilills: tlll'lltlC; noitli foi Iv (Ui) cli.litis tliencc
u.ist lwi'iil\ (Al> chuiiis: thciiff noilli H'J) cli.niis
tliencn cilsl to westliiinl; or KIU ni'ji ilicnco
up uos'l liank of siiul i-ivci to soulli line of i.oi
:{i,,l. tlioiu'c wcsi to pluci* of licj^iiitiing The
,ibo\o ilescnlioil n.id lo com,nu one tlinus.iuil
,11'lPs.
OANIIIL V. MOTT.
u.iluil. Aiiiiusi Ilili. moil. ' :fi
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BOOKS
AND   SUPPLIES.
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The
inei'ciai
Latest   Novels,
and Elite.  ,
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Stationcnr—-Com- ^
Nearm famous North
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and Stillivati Mines
ft \     �� , r' '     x        " , >    ^
A Limited Number of Lots for Sale ,
at Prices Ranging from ■'  ,,*
$125    To    $400
NOTICE.
Sixty il.i\s :ift< i iijto 1 inluiiil to ,i|ipl\ to
Uu'Cliit'fC'oiiimlssiiimM' or i.,inils .mil Woiks
.ii I'n'tmi.i fin- pei mission m pniTliiisc ilu- ini-
loumw licsculml I.imls' I'oniiiH'iiciui.',u ,i post
siliuiH- lit tlio soulli west lornci ol 1.01 1MIH.
(iioup 1 KootoiiiiycIJislrici. iliunic west 10
in.1111s. Tliom'c soutli lu t'li.iins. tlicni'i-o.isi 10
rli.uns: liii'iui'1101 til 10 cli.nils to the point ol
COIlimUlll'I'ltlUlll  lOHUIlllUK !M   iill   l"0 Ill'll'SOf
l.nitl mnic ot h'ss
KDWAUll  I'.LWKI.L
D.itcd I'-on Steele. 1!  ll.. Supiuinlivr-'."•. 1'rH)
A   Lending   Library   in connection with
tlie Book Department.
-   Also   Pishing   Tackle  in  great   varinty.
Pioneer Droo Hal!
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A*   .4. -£> ^ft.   «6.  O.   *6''  •.t'  *t'  <•#!'  sAv  «t.   «|.  .i. >A«   .(>
St* «-:* 1; <»;»• *>%■ <>;•■ «,>» «,V »V ♦3» <»V •-:<». «-V ^» *»5» •■•
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NOW   IsS
of the vear.
THE TIME TO BUY as prices will be advanced the first
TOTtT
STEELE
Apply to
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Land Commissioner, C. P.. R.
Winnipeg, Man., or
BEALE&ELWELL
Fort Steele and Kimberley,
KIMBERLEY
to
OOOCOO,«^«*-K^AC'*^A*0*^'000000
I5S POPULAR SONGS
o^itly   limit..1 nnd lKmti'l III t.Iii,   \nhllll*-      A
f r mil cull,'! lull of MfiHk.lt O, In., *t;iltlit.« lit.li, ivitll
r'l    , 11 vtrll.ililt, trill, utj nflii,. \v,nl,l sii'.im-
U     l   ,1   ll    . 1   I'I I    Sllll.ll        I'll,,       II)   ,    1,'s    )>lSt|IL|ll.
,1. .1,   jo.^lli-l AM ASK, 71 ^ „ii^,.-.t, i.nol l„. Call.
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A QUICK CURE
FOX COUGHS
'      '   and COI DS
FERNIE, B. C.     OLD TOWN
SPLENDID AC'COiXnUODATrONS
Sample Rooms for Commercial Men   „
No Traveller Should Pass the Door.
Tho trail runs within ion J'eot of thu house. Good
Ilii-ii and pleiil-v of liiiy and "ruin. Tf you patronize tho
Wiildoi-f you will nOMiV tc£>rot it.
Canadian Pacific!just received
RailwayAND
SOO    LINE
Assorted Car of Best Brands of Flour   and   Meals,   etc.
H.   A.    Ks\NOUSB,
Broprielor
The Canadian R!tini;dy for all
THRGATANff LUNfi AFFffiTSi.iWS
Large Bottles, 20 cents.
J>AV!S ,6 I.AWllKKOr:  0(1., Tilmllril,
Piopfj l'cn> I»hmh'
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wimiMUimnnE +t
PITTS
DONALD
Gener^
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COXOyv»^vv.
'mil Killer, O
.Monlmil 0
Merchants
iiino supplies a specialty
„ COPVRIG'HT.S «5iC
sl-f*ii-mn"
•' Anyone nornIlni{ 11 sUolrd hud doscrlttllon nuiy
qufrkly a«f:(;rt,ahi our opinion frou wliei-her mi
Invention Im prolwihly luii.onljihlo. <yitntiiunlou- -
MntiHHtrlcI'lyoonlldontlfiX lluiuJtinottfttn I'nti'iilH
wont. frcj. OlihJHl: iittoiifiv fnr mvtirinjf paUjnf.*.
l'atdiiiH taken (hnmirlt  jMuint ,t Co. ree<!fv<?
spff.Utt iit/ticc, without clmrmi. in thu
Si
A linndpomnly llln^frnterl wenltlv. I.nrcest clr-
(iulaiiuii of any wcieiittd-: Journal. 'J'enns, ^.T a
.year: tour months, $L Kcld byiiirnewfxtciilprs.
IWUNN & Co.3G,Boadwav New York
Uruncli Olllco, 021 >' St., WHSblUKton. I), c.
   ;A Deep Mystery.   ; |
'...jl.   is   ;».   iii,vst.<;ry- why woiiM.'ii <!i|i.l.ni'it I
H(ti*!iiu;lii:,:    I:l.c:til;iolic.'    N'isi'vousiii'ss.
SIciqili'.ssiii.'SM,   . Mcluiiohiily.     I'''iiiiil.iii.i;-
aiiil l)i/./.y Spoils \vlicii .l.lioiisnnds  liiiA-i:
i ]irovi'.cl t.liiil,' lOli.'clric. ■ IJ inters will <|r.i<-!;-
j'ly iriiro. siilili l.nmhlcs..    "I   siill'ci'i.'rt.   Tin-
! y<';irs   with,   kitinoy    i.Cii'nlili'.''.   v.-i-itc,;
i Ali>. I'lu'lii.' Cluirluy. (.if   IVl'i.'-i'sun.    hi..
"uiul ;i liinin. Im.i'.lc |iiiiin'i) nu: sn I  ivuild
j-not'drt'Sti my.self.  lint.   I'dei'l.i'ic.   I'-ilici-s
j wholly   iMii-od  ;iii(.;. -nnd.   j'lI_1-I"i*• n«r 11   "■'!
I yi'iii'SioJd. I now ,'un ulilo lo  do  :il!   my
!i(iusi'W(irli'.':     T.I. iivoi'i;(iiiH'..-j   ('<ni.-'l,i|iii-
|-,:nn, iiii]ii'i)V(S'< ii|i]ic.lit.<'.   'irilvs   Jicrfi'i't.
lii'iiltli.     Only ■OOiiiit A. W. Bh.-iiscloirs
drii"- store. ■
Miners i^oiiiir noi-l hwai'il via (Janoo TOvor Itouto, will find it a lurcfc
^•iviiiy and '•onvenieiire lo prociiro Ihoir .siijiplics at Donald.
-SOLE AGENTS Tor
Canton 7StceP:Oompaii3'
"vViiKioriii'i'.'. Guidon and Donald
'./'■■       Miiiin;;' Divisif.nis.
Ag'ents|:;..i  Windermore- for  'lie,.California Giant Powder Co.
Siill oonti 11 nt— to operate   Kir-l-chi—-
Slci'jiur- 011 all triiin- from
Revelstoke and Kootenay Landing
A No TOL'UIST CAIIK |i.is-nij: II1111-
nloru .1 iiik t ion D.nly fur bl I'.nil.
Sutiiriliiy-.for.Monlri.il iind Unit on.
Mondiiys .ind Thni".iln.\s for 'I'lironlo
Same oars puss WoveKlokc
one. day earliei-.
No
Trouble
To Quote Kates ami
i^ive you a
Pointer
Regarding   the  liastern
you (Contemplate taking
Fall and Winter Schedule;
•i. now 'Effective.-
. I''(ir Uiin.'-liililo., r.-il.'s iii.il full inlni-.
niiit'ion cii.ll on in- iidili'css iiciiivsl loi'nl
(lyont, or
•i. \\', C|;.A.VI''.. Ajrcnl- T'orl .Slcclt-.lci.
('.!•:. .MAiXSKIICIJ). Afft. Knrt-Stivlo.
W.'F. ANDKKSOX        k. .I.C(JVI.Jk"
T.J'.A.. Neltion. A.G.l'.A.. Vaiicouv^r.
Flour. Palcnt Hulibrarian and Stroiiir Balcer.
Rolled Oats, Cracked Wheat? Whoatletts.
Corn meal. Buckwheat Flour. .Split Peas.
Xavy  Hoans.   Lima Beans. Poi Barley, etc.
Bran     Chops     Shorts     Oats      Hay.
Fleolwood Tea. a pure article imported direct from Ceylon
try it onco and you will use no other.
Frohh   Breakfast
Butter and Kl'jts.   ~
Bacon.   liam<=  and   Dry Salt. Side Bacon.
«"d     CARROTS
all stoves.
POTATOES
I'MREWOOD nil lengths lo suit
THE   FORT   STEELE
FLOUR  and  FEED-STORE
E. C. MILLER, Proprietor posy OFFICE BOX 836.
.'-'^      All ^oods iruar.iuteed and prices n\-n> jis helnir correci
Send in orders.
Now Open
ar
H. W Dreyv
liOPRIETbH. &^&  'i ill-; PROsPiijcroi;. wjiit Steele, h. c, novemj^er lm, mm  *I>Rr  RICES  A.    .1.     J'i-<(-l()l",    engineer  charge   of   the   N^'Non   and  four extension' arj-ived   in  yesterday moi'iiiiii;.  H Tlie Canadian BanLot Gomraeroe  T. Kan-el of Moy'ie was rcyis-  lered al ihe lni]iorial on Thurs-  (hiv.  vcream  BaK*ino   Powder,  Is a pure baking powder���  no alum, lime or ammonia.  No acid -but that from grapes  r���which   is"   pure,  pleasant   and  healthful���enters into Dn Price's  Baking Powder.'  Fruit  acids  are< accounted by  hygienists the most important of  the elements of' the food of man,  '  and of these the acid of the grape- '*  . is most prominent.   ��� .  i *  Dr.   Price's    Cream 7  Bakingc  Powder is not only the most effi-   ���  cient   and' perfect    of    leavening  ��� agents, but owing to its constituents is likewise promotive of health.  | The aiinoiiiiceiiieiil , ir. made  jthal M'h> Sadie IJennelt of Fort  I Steele, and Dr. Dou&lu.s Hope of  j Moyie. are to be married on  I Wednesday the I'slh insi.  Charier. Estineri:, the hustler  | troin l\iinberley was in town on  , .Monday.  Notwithatiui(tin<< throe or four  broken ribs. Hob Mather Kaboul  a-^ thoiiirh nothing had happened.  lion. Richard Meliride. minis-  ' .'r of mines, was in Nelson on  Thursday.  \\  A number ol ('. P. Ii. lai'id sur-  i'.i,voi\    came   down    troin   the  Windermere eouniry  on   Thur-.-  day. i V  What for* Constable l,-iarnesc  allowed tlio barber to cut off his  mustache  (HEAD OFFICE TORONTO.)  i^ald     Mp    Capital    J|i<5,000,000.  'lld.v. Ci-o.   A. cox,  IVesi,!,,,,. i,. ,.:.  \vAUrK���. ,.,,,,. m.u,  GOLD DUST PURCHASED.        HONtt KONG DRAFTS SOLI).  lONCHANd'E on nil p;irls of ||H. world bought and sold.  '     c  London Agents���The Bank of Scotland.  F^ort Steele ^Cranbrook Branches  c J  J. W. H. SMYTHE. Manager.  GRASSICK   4   DEMPSEY.  CONTR A crroRs  AND  BUILIJBRS.  Fort   Steele   RC  Ilu- Mm,i Complete llenllti  Ite-orl on  tin- Cuiitiiieiil oi X.ii'th America  M'niiiieil iniilst si-riifiy urn U ii]i,-.l fm (itumli-ui  Halcyon    Hot    Springs  H.>.itim. "-''"'-Sanitarium "^.irn; en*  .vi.\. himi.iis OdllUdl IUI11 sUm-iha^iiis,  Ilalf.Miii Spi-ii^f.   A mm  l.al��e. II. (,'.  Ill iHlTIMpUli' I'limillllllll.lIIHII  Willi   ill  ]i|llls ,>1 Ilu- H.Mlll.'  T��l> I1l.il!s lll-lltt   ,ln,l (I..J1.UK t,.,., ,{;n  lei'm-, sl5   hi   sts   jici  Hct-k, aivmdiii';  to usiJcnco in lintel in   Vlllii'7    ,',     "���, Hiilh- I'liii- .ill  Neitini'. .uul-.MilM-ul.il-  ,    ,        i    i     ���    '    ',    ... ,,        i, |li.-ii-(".     lh,,iv.wit ilnil utl ItUlni't, l.hi'i'  lohll.J.   LOWOS   |e|t |(i|'    K()-,s i urn sliiiimili  vllinriiiK    . ^ ' ^  Manager    Linio    iviur.iei  Horr.N creek on Thui'silay.  lo  ANDKliW    NEI DIG  CONTRACTOR    anij    BUILDER  IIOIlSI'l AND SKIN I'AIMTJNIS  O.M.ei.MlNl.VO mid l'AIM-lK  IMN'Oi.VC  KOliT STtfELN,  R (','.  2^"   All   work ])rom]itly done.  Professional.  North Star Lodge  koht sti:i:lk,.1{. c.  NO. 30.  A. F. AND A. M.       C. ft. B. C.  KfKulur meetings-Im Tuesday ni each  inontli at elKlu o'clock. Visiting Hicthcrii arc  cordially Invlti-d.  A. W. Mi.kasiim.i., Srcrctury  CARLIH  & DURICK  Tfr  KOIl'l' S'lKKME   I)KVKI.OPMENr.SYMJIl'Al'E I.-ll, ,  13N r.oadciiliall Street, London. HiiKlaiid  N. A. WAL.LINGER,    ���    FORT STEELE.  I'OST OFFJCK 110X 8.  THOMAS    McVITTIK  Fort Steele B.C.  laud on Thursday,  St Eugulio  i QTho  St. "Kusrono com nines   to I  .siiip   li>o   tons   oi concentrate.*. I  . i  daih. On ai't-omn oi the cold j  weather, ihe water supply foi;  the concentrator is pelting low.   .  i   roM!'.vxu:s ait i*r - \-\ii ami.x'pini.: j  A0*r>  :Shaving  Hair Dressing Parloi  NV\i m Oni-iiul llui.-l  FOKT   STEELE, B. C.  n  n V t  All kinds of hair work     , <���  1    a specialty.  (;i;nkk'-ai,<  I-ort  Steele,  (\ "  Sole Agents for the.  MKUCHANTS  Kest  Kootenay.  W. 1{. Hos^. H   w   nKlu,BH|0K  ROSS& II��RC1IM��R.  Barristers     -      .     Solicitors  NOTARIES PUBLIC  CONVEYANCERS. . .  Fori  Steele,   li.   C  canton steel  COMPANY  T.    EDE "  LANDS and MINES  NOTARY PUBLIC  eoi.LKCTIO.VS (,'lvi'ii l>lto.Ml'T ATTENTION  Fort Steele,     - B. C.  This Stkki, is "um-autuod lo ho'equal to Jessop's or' Firths in all  ,     11 Aito Kock Wouic.  Proprietor  PRICK  BAKING   POWDER  CO.,  CHICAGO,  N'OTn.���Theit- nrc inn-it- rjunp Ii.iI.i'ti^ ji.i\tilt.ri  lilfidc ot ,-ilunl I li-bt'^. ihe mViiialeil  Llii-iiii-'.,   s:it-.   th.il   .i'uin  ,|i-.or(Ic!-, ihe  l.K'lll.lLll.lll.1 I..1II-.C- .(. ua.v   nut tit sj.ojisu.  ,. N(4Tli"K  :-  niTtl^j,' ^ltn.   lli.u jj,,,!., ;r.  - I..ti.!i.ii.   '.('.'iiiii: Ka�� .avv-r. .in\.rtSn.vlf���Hi.:-  ! i-h loliiuta i, Si.iv ut-ou jp{v>;mril ih,. auuriii-}    A.J    G REZ,     -  I for   Tin- (tooismiy ji;��iy Creel:i,(.'old  Mines. I      " ,  Litulciti." la \>i.iee oi Jjuio^ \\~. K. Youn^ I  Uautiili.--.>.-;lida.vofCX-iob!-i   !^J I ������ \|   |   I     I    1   \<  V 1>   V  S   Y. WOOTTO.V. j  ���ir-   iir<j:*irtir<>sA,;,,/tttis-k toi,if>i,i,�� \Just Received���A lar<ro con-  ��Jjje ^ro0^jctot\  sJA'i'u-jirjAV, ,iV(jvi-:.\]i:Kjt 2., moo.  ;> Tlio liattle is now on. tho big-  political pcuns arc truined on  Yale-Cariboo and Bun-ai'ds.  LOCAL NEWS NOTES.  ..Dad Sprayue came down from  'Tracy crook on .Mohdiiy.i  ' A grand bene.fit hall, in aid of  the St. Eugene Hospital at Cranbrook, will bo ��rivon on November :!7th. '  J. F. Arnistron.i,'ivont toCran-  lii'ook 011 Wednesday.  Souo AflKNTS  SOI.H    ACKNTS  Genuine .Patriotism.  ���I. MoCabe of Ward nor   was  a'  visitor at Port Steele on   Tliurs-  Colonel Oeorg-e Doherty oame  down from his Brewery creek  iiaiich on Wei'lnesflay-.  Get your job printing'done,  at  Tiik Pjtosi'iouTOw ollice.  Albert Bunks come down from  Perry creek on Tuesday, he reports two'feot (il snow al Old  Town.  1 Prices are holding very lirm in  tlour, million goods, with strong-  tendency lo advance, so the ]>ro-  jirietor of Hie li'oi't Steele |i\.od  Stoj'o advises us. This is. Ihere-  fore, a good time lo purchase  ' your winter supply. ,||,. |U1S jns|  completed ;i full stock of (lour,  meals and breakfast foods.        ' :'  The    thermometer   registered  20 degrees below zero  on   Tues-  .day morn ing:  Travel   on   the   Crows   Nc-,1  Railway   has   been  delayed    for  the pasi few days 011 account   ol  -the severe ��iiio\\\storm.  K. J. Cross, Vancouver: C. [T.  .Miner and .I. II. McMillan, Cranbrook: D. Brauder, Kinibprloy:  were among' the guests "registered at the Imperial during tho  week.  ,'l'liiil, I liii'kiiiii 1 'dii^li is ii ivni'iiinj; not,  In In- li^luly ii'i'iiti'il. I'.viiy-Il.ilMiin  cnri's iviHi iilisolnti.' r-eriumi'v :'il| i-oi'imiI  c'iii<;1is .-mil colds, 'l'iiK-(~'it in lime.  .Maiiiil.'ii'lni'i'd l>\ lln.- |)i'(i|iriciors (l|  I'i'i'iT fliivis" I'iiiii-K'illi'i'.,  Ludie.s of (-'.insula:  WhiU' .-uitc.-=nii.-ii uiiJ i-xiiuk'iaiis ar-  ��rui' tin; Zollverein anil diiVm-oiuiul  ti-ado with'in ihr- l-^npii-o (whi.-h t!ie\  -will do white jaw display? conitni.ii  sense/. :-eulu this niauor for yoni'M-ivu-  Your brulhur i-ulonis-t.- of C'oyjim and  India arc <ii'OM'oi'.->'"of jiiiri; tca^-. IJlaclr  and (I'rcen. Canadian and Uniicd  StatOr-inipoflei'H ~ii]iply yon,with 11.-  ()iK.>,00(l jioiiiiiLs annually of tfl:ip:iii tfc.-is.  yul thoy 'riHiw .lapan"~' arc' ai'tiiicially  colored ^md audulteraiud. J.ut the  lcnowlodi!!' of tho-e taut-, and'tlio sentiment of pairiotic sisterhoud move von  to help the Biitish pluntei-.        r  Uriiiali-jirown Illack Tea- hold llie  (Canadian market. Urinjcei'.- of .lapan  lea should try ihe Greens now eomiiiir  on lhe,mark-et. and your dainty' palate"  wilt a]ipi'Ove theni. ' Yes. we he;ir your  yrocer's exonses: bin iit>ist. Ladie.s  can always i n'et what they wan I. P.e-  memlii'r how yon run .lour'hiisliand to-  well, dip'they .still think- it paradise?  They cei-tainl.i will if yon triva them  Ceylon and India jj-reen tea. Blue Ribbon and Sal.-ida packets are now obtainable. Colonist.  siginnenl of Latest Styles  MRS. DILSE, Proprietor.  KEEPS   CONSTANTLY'ON   HAND  Prosh Bread and Calces  c t  FYosh limits every day  l^rcsh Vegettibles  ii.  -  Fresh lOggs  Fresh Milk and Butter  Grows Nest Goal ��.��pany"  Giant Powder company.  Mining Supplies a  Specialty.-  Agents for tho   MASREY    HARRIS  'CO., Limited.  _ Farming   Implements.  Geo. S. McCiirler. ,|.' A. luWy  HARVEY & MoOAKTER  hurrUers,  Utiiintoris,   A'ohuitat  Public,  f'oiirei/uiirer.i utr.  .       KOUT  STKRI.K,  Ii. c.  KKVKIJSTOICR STATION and UOCDGN  COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY      MADE.  K.VA.MIN'A'I'ION       OK       ASSAVKK>-"    l-OU  ~ Liu'iixei:  to. I'UAOTicu  i.v  nurnsii roi.u.MiuA.   '  A mooting of Ihe License Coin-  iiii.ssio'iior.s, will bo held iii Fernie  November oOlh'.  The cold snap, did but little  d;iiii!i��e among the water pipe's  in Sloele.  John Gr.ise.iek has secured the  contract for buildinjr the  exfen-  ' sion to the hospital.  The Fort Steele Flour A- Peed  Store proprietor is agent for the  Fleetwood Ceylon leu. Try ,it  once and you will use no other.   '"  N. A. Walliiiii-er will probably  return lo Fort Steele by December lii's,|. While no definite information has been received, it  is ilioujrhf thai he sailed on the  loth inst.  ���Mr. Robert .Little, was down  from Perry creek dtirinif ihe  early part of thi- week.  About twelve inches  of   -mow  fell in Fort Steele on Sunday.  Harry   Howard   of   Fernie.   is  applying for a hotel liceiihe.  IJhini JJu<li!iri-r- ami Mm,,, I'n-oli.jn  havf: bad etb-i-t-iipiin tin- -ni.i!! hm u ho  over indulges in lin-m 1'en-lviih-r a-  a liouaeholil nicilii nn- ;nr.i]i si.eh uu is  .unequalled. Avoid -nli-nnn,.... theru  is but oin- I'ani-K'illei IViri l)a\i-'.  25e. uud 50c.  A pack outfit with iupplios  left Fort Steele on Mondav for  the (ipldon I*'leeco mine.  A. H. Mar-Neil. ('on.sei'\ ai i ve  candidate for lhK ridiny. m i|u.  Dominion Bouse, has rpii".  Minister    Hilton    was  -���Mow  THE  Gnamljerof Mines  SOUTHERN BRITIST COLOMBIA  'Kooteiiaijs'and yale��  'I'lic Chainbei- or   Mm.���-   ivrtni-   thor-  oiil:fi)\ ri'lialile ,-o;-i ������-j>orii']ents in even  C'.OIip Ml  the di-O-lel- of K;i-t   ;u\ii   We-I  Kiiuleii.iy ,'iml V.ili' to wlioin re.i-nnahie  eiillipell-iitiell     A ill     lie      plll'i      fie     iheir  -,-r\ id -  I 'lll'l'i ���porillilll1- Mill   be e\ peeled   In  fiii-m-li lie- ( hanilier of Mine- \\nb all  dei-i'liipment '.'oiiisr on a* tin- mine-,  tin- in-t.-illaiion of in.ieliiiier.i. -hip-  nn-ni-of ore and value, and ^'cn-railv  -iieli new- a- will .itrr.ici me .uteniion  of cai>it,ili-t-and i-an-i Miein ;., mie���  nurate ami invest.  \jiplieation- lo hc.nldi (���-'���(] ��0 111��� -  CHAMHKII OF Mt.VEs,  SiourhiTii llritish ( ojnnilii.i.  K'oiituii.iy- and  Yah  I*, o. lio\ .'.r^ ItOSSl.AN'l). J{   ( .  MIS'llIIAI.   \0T    l��'��,  <t-oit\i t i j  'l  I H I II II   1I1.IH    IMI'IIOVI Ml.s I -.  NOTICE.  NO'l'fCi: is liuiubv |.'i\i'ii ih..t. in .uforilaiifp  mill si'ciion 12 ol "Umi-.iu of Mines Aci."  ,i special cxiiiiiiiiiiiioii fni'iclllvii'iiuv in ll.c  pi.R'tU'O of ;i-s:nui(.' will bo held in tin* "Ouv of  .Wis,in mi Jii'i'i'inlici :iii!. iinil such follow ini-'  (lavs .1- m.ly lie loilml iiei-essiii-.v.  Oeunls ul sucii c-.\.iiiiin:itioii innv Uu touiul-iii  Hi!' II. i'. Oii.M-i.iu���on tile in cauli OnvciiiTiicm  Oilier.  Inieiiilliiir u.ttKliil.iU!s shoulil make iipplien-  imii for Midi cMiminiiiion W d.ivs in ndvnnci'  j.o ihe eiuviucial Assavur. Srcrciai v ol lloaul  of l-:.\.iiiuni-is Victona. Such application in  lie nccoiiipaiiieil wiili the fee of flu  mciiAioj McnioDi:.  .\iinif.t/r nj   .l//m1.N.  Dijiiiilmi'ii1 ni Jfliti*.  I'irloint. Ji. C.  llll .\i-renilu r. JliUO.  GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE.  While  Closing Out These Lines.  ���Nl    Sinirlc Oasohnc   L.tinps  ni-isriual prlvi-       .      . tl 2 .'.U now i s wi  in   Double  Onsoiine   Lamp,,  oiisinal piiei1        ....     is Oil    "     is ihi  On mi .Mcilicm.il Olecii-u iieli- :,.ki  *"0��l '        - U.lltclics -        "-(HI  *l.M��i      ... ..      s()(l  4H Ohiklicii s vovelii; >.ifetv Livinirs I Im  Kli Hand Oil Paintings of I<.ootena.\  -i/.e l.lxL'O and ai.\..'!ll. ivorih *2'i.00 and  SKi.OU eacli. sclliny at illUHland <il."i.()ll.  inelndiiiLr beautiful hnrni.shod ^ill  flame-, nii.si siiitnlile pre-ent ol the  itn.v.  All loiii'l-of piciures sellino al cosl.  pii'iiirc   fi'.iinin"   :i   speei.ih.v.      I'rice-  yniir.int I ih.- lowest in Kootenay.  Nov.'llv Si'i���ofs. Novelt.v Hleclric  i.i.-i'lc-tie lamp-, etc.  C.iorls .cm CO.|l. iihen depo-11 coin-  p.tnies   o|.(|,.|.   ..U1,|   ;1j]   milj| (P|,|(.,.s u-j||  lei-em- prompt atiention at.  I!. ( . XOVI.KTV   CO..   Nelson.  I!. ('.  , NOTICE.    .  'I'alcc notice that tlilriv il.ivs fioin the il.ilc  heieofl intunil loapph io the Honorable the  Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Woilcs for a  sjieclnl license to uul .ind carry" aw.iv timber  from the follow in>r ilesci-ibi-d lands:���Commencing ai a post near post, Kun westsnli'of A.  i:. .lacUson's tiinbei- license,ahouLone-lnilf mile  we-t of west biinli ol Klk river In liasi. Kootenay Disiiici, runiiniir ilicnce soulli foity  (���III) chains, thence west foity (Ml) chains,  thence south' llf'iv C>(i)" chuiiis: thence west  eifilny (SO) chains: iheiue noi th eichlv (Ni)  chains, thence east foilv Oil) chains: ihi'iice  nouh Unity (.'!()) chains, thence e.ist eiuluy (HO)  chains: thence south iwomy (JO) chains to  place of beniminis,'. The above described t run  to coiuain one Lhousaud acres.  AUTUUIl'.l. MO'l"l'.  Haled. Aliens!. IS. IDIill :(.-.  TO THE DEAF.  A rich lady cured of her Deafness and Noises in the Head   by  Dr.   Nicholson's   Artificial   Ear  Drums, gave ��J 0,000 to  this  Institute,   so   that deaf people unable to procure the  Ear   Drums  may have them   free.     Address  No. 1-liils.     The   Nicholson   In  stitute,     7S0,     Eighth   Avenue,  New Yorlc, U. S. A.  Great Clearing Sale  ���6f���  O i * . i >  Dry Goods,    Groceries,  footwear,      Hardware,, ,;;  Furniture,        Crockery  and Glassware.  fit -GILPJN'S STORE Fort Steele  In order  to   raise  a  large  amount  of cash we will offer our  (���iitire>ioc,k, For the-next Thirty Days'  AT   COST  Tlii.s   is   ,'i'<,n-and   op]xnlunity   for laying'in your winters  supplies.'    Our stock i.s complete and up to,date.  Don't Fail to Call if you want  Goods at your own prices. '-    ���  Our     Terms     are      Strictly     Cash.  Ooiioias  Corsan  n  [OSf-MD.)  OKKlCE-��lver-.iile Avriiue.  Nexi Door lo JileastM/'sDitty Store'  ROVflL  HOTEL  K1MBRRLEY, B. C. '.  The1 Finest   Liquors'and  C'ig-ars and Best Fui'iiiohed"'  liooins in Town.  J.   I.   GATES,   Prop.  Easl  KootcnaN'  ���&       CUJ��E *LL VOUR  FAINS WITH        pj[  iPain-Killer.I ,  K A M.dlcln. Chut In Iti.lf. �� |S<>t tl I II t��    Co  'fi.    Slmpls,  Safe and  Quick Curs for     �����       !  f. CRAMPS. DIARRHOEA, COUGHS, i  ����� COLDS. RHEUMATISM. -^  t\ NEURALGIA. i'j  Manslield f CottereII  Fort Steele Cigar Store  \\V fan v -i tli-'.i-i-liis', Itiif nr  hull " I'-d mill liuiiii siii-  Cigars, v Cigarettes  and   Tobacco  Wo alio liavi' ii full linu of  |ii])i's   in-  I'liKliiiy Mi'i-i'Miliiiuni iind I'HIi.  I..lt< sl ll.lllv ll('\l--,p.l|)i'|-s nj nur icllilill^ KMUll  sci-oiii-skic-I; of-i", i-i-ni iidvi'ls'ni! cvi limine  One Im nnv l��n ,\ou li.-ii'j n-.iil .mil icLiiui in  Kilinl 01 llui'.  Our iJiMiiinl   and   I'on]  I'arloi-  .mil i'anl room arc lir.sl (jlass.  .\i;>'iiis foi C.iii.kIiiiii I'.iuiMc 'I'l'li-jTiiiili en .  tin iiu.r (liici-Lcoiiiiiiiiiiiciiiioii id mil- p.n-L 01   ih,-  iiuilil.       AKunis lor Ciiii.iiliaii   Wi'Mi'in  Ti-lf-  plniiii' Co. Kiviiii; llisi cl.iss -.eMiic tn ('run  IjuioI, and Sl. Kiitieni- Mission  11 j mi an- it .ii cllini,'. nci our i.iics. uVcan  >>"ll von ii lii'lici tiiaiiv pan of lln- nurlil via  LlH-C.niailiaii I'., in, ..'.,,,'���.-. -inii iw ('nniid-  Uons  DILSE & CROFTS  CONTRACTORS  All   Kinds   of   Urick   and   Stone   Work  RlilOK and LTMIO For Salo. PLASTERING   Promptly Done  NOTICE.  I lirrclij "im> ikii lei- nun I In i lV ilaj's in i ci  il.iif 1 inn-lid io ii|i|ilv io Hie uhicf Coiiinii,.-  sionci ol Lands .mil Winks for pei mission to  liUH-liasti ihr rolloulii-; dcsi'iilicil pi cc ,n i,m(|  siiuiiie in ilu> Somliri ii Division of |.;usi  K'ooli-iia.v Disnicl, l'1-oviiicr ol llrinsli i.'oluni-  liia. Ui'kiiiiiIiikiii a liiisicsialilislirdon lIii- iinrLli ,  liiinU ()t I'lll: Knur ui llic niiiuili of Mark droit I ,ie"''- -<��� cllickmis iind 2 l'ooslcl'.s  For Sale In Kiuiberley.  TWO JiOOMHI) HOUSK 1(1x2-1.  Wood Sii oil SxlO. ITen House double  Ijoai'deil and iiapei-ed ]'2x24. Konee  |)0sts around tliu lot. waler laid on. *].-,  worth of eoi-d wood on   Uie  gfround.   14  I 6.  ' Pout Stkki-^'jB. C    '   '  MANUFACTURER  OF  Tinware, Galvanized Iron, Sheet  lion,  Stove Pipes a��nd  Copjjerware  BUILDINGS HEATECraml VENTILATED  Plumbing,  Pipe  fitting and   all  kindsof sanitary work  flir Tioht���Hot Blast Stoves  Hydraulic   and   Air   Pipes   foi-  Minos  SPKCIAI.   AT'J'KNTION   PAID    TO  ,IOB   WOUIC.  ulioiil-'il clialns up llic siietiin limn hIiuk- i!iu  ll.C.Soiiiliein U.illviiiv crosses Kile icivi-i- near  Who. Uii'iiit' noi-ili 40 rliaius. Uii'iier rasi sil  ���'liaiiis. ilicni'c soulli III chains 10 Klk Unci.  Ilicnce follow inj." belli h of KHi Itivei- lo iilncc of  liciriiiinii',': coiilaiiiiui.'in all .Tin aeies uioie or  less  MALCOLM    Mct'OltMACK-.  Hiil.-il ilils null (inv ni Now niiw ,    1'ii.n    io  Turin*, voi-y ivasoniililt'.  Kaiy in��tji]l  liii-nl, s.v.sti'in.    Apply to  HICAUC vt' KlAVKl.h.  Fort, Stwle or JCiinberlov  i,       25 and BO cont Bottloa.  Hi  III //A.HL (11   IMITATION',  8  IjOUIUl at   KoolrjllH.V    l>;uiflin^    nr.) |     LITTLE JOHNNY MINERAL CLAIM.      i    u  Sunday. ���-���'���'��� ,    '  ���   I  ������   Siiiiaicil l,i ilur l-'.u-i. sn.-clc Minim' lilvl.-dnu :    gj  Barnes   T.   Tl^law. . 'of >r<J"' ^'^~Z^X^     7 7 ! t*,***���*^  BUV OHK TIIK OCNUINC.lJS  PERRY DAVIS'  Wlici-i; Incillcl:    (In r.c.M-K rveck.  Take    iiollcc    .llllll,   I.   .Iiiuics    A.    ll.-irvey. : ' ��� -^ : ���    iu'out. rnrriit.cr.lcii'teii, Free Miner's Ccrtliii-aK- \        St.   John's Church' of En^-nuid.  No  "li :il.MH.'-  iiik!  Nils   liaiiNciu  l-'rcc Mln.-rV :        A . i '    '      '  (Vrllllciil,'    Sii.:   ������..Wl:!    .1, "     Inlcnd     sixty!      .'^''''VICC (JVcry Sil l)(l;i_V  (.'Vf'll i ||^  diiys     from'    III,.-    dale    liereof.    io   apply   lo ,' ,'J 1/7.' '���)(I  j),   |||. '        .   ,.  II Miiiil'iL'   Iteeiirdlir   for   a   Cenllleale of im- ;  1 . ���    j pi-nvciiiciiis.   for Uir'purpose of   oMainlim   ��  For   throe  jtii.ys   i).  wus cold, j r���,K��� ,.;,������, oruici.oveciai,,,. Imonili   service   nnd   Ilol v   Coiii-  Steele, h'bS ^ccn'appoiiiied n.ttoi'-  ney for the ICooU'iuiy (I'liri-y  Creek) Gold MiiK'.s, Limited;  succeeding-��� Mr, .1. W. I;. Vomifr.  On Ilin1 fii'Ki. .Siindnv   of  cicli  then came a, chinook.  ' And riiilhei-talic notice  Mint  action   under  . scclion :I7. iiiust be commenced ho.fore tlie is-su- -  4  R   lioirovs wont to Cranbrook, ;"���"���������"[��"��\< <>"iiic..teof i���,provc,���e���i. j  ii,.  avw���^ ' i        Hatcdtlils'JIst day or September. IWKi.  ��� Wednesday. ��� ^; . .1. a! iiaiu-kv. I  iiiunion nl 11 a. 111.  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  Aerated waters  Of nil kinds.  Syrups, Clinni]Klines, Ciders,  Ginger Ales, Etc..    ;  Hoilil'  water   in   siphons. ;   The   mosl.  coiKiinical way to l^in.dle it.  I &��.::':: -:-<;M A'DE,7;FR Q'M; ���$&  BLENDED HARD WkEAT  'The   Milwaukee'  A fainildir ilaine lor Hie ('liiea^n,  Milwaukee .V Sl. I'anl Kaih'vay. knoivn  all iivcr Die Union as the (,'reul, Kail-  wny riiniiinii 1 lie -'I'limm- Limited.''  trnin.s everi ila.\ and niylil lietween St.  I'anl and ( liiea^o, and Oiniilin and  Chicago. "Tlie only pi'i'leet trains in  the world." lindei'slatid: ('onneelion.s  are in.'tdc witli .1// '.I'ran.seonfiiieiital  Lines, assin-iiio- ),(i piussonoers die liosl.  WVirvjee known. Lnxiirions eoae.lie.s,  (dec.trie. lifjlits, sleam lieiit,df a verity  e(|iialed liy n<i oilier line. '  ' See that yi.mr lieket reads via "The.  Milwaukee*' when j;<>Uifs Co any point  iii the United States 'nr Canada. All  ticket ajrunth! yell llicin. ','.���   . ..   ' '  I'.'or rates, jiiiiniihlet.s or  oilier  in for-  For  Sale  i    Riverside    Ranch  >   Must Kootenay, H. C.  320 acres, lit) acres under cultivation, Sin ,-icrfs ��food bottom  kind, balance bench land well  limbered.  STOCK.  17 head ol' Cattle.  .   I 1 lor.-ses,  - Farming Implements etc.    ,  l''or l.eriiis apply lo S. .McLean lit the,  riinidr, (ir to .1, A. Ilnrvey, Kort. Stecli:.  b'Oll DKVKLOI'KI)  MINING   PROPERTIES  1NKAST KOOTENAY, B.C.  WltlTK  TO     f  Ghas.   Estmere,  Mining and Stock Broker,  Kimbeiiey, B. C.  U. COHN  TAILOR  AND IMPORTER OP  FINE WOOLLENS  Rocky Mountain Avenue  Fort Steele, B. G.  HIGH WARDEN    &.    SON.  PIONEER   BARBER SHOP  GEARY  &. DOYLE.  iniition, address,  .1. W. casky,        c. .1. Kdd'y,' I lrA;erythinir Strictly First Class.  'I'niv. I'uss. ah..       -     Ci'iii'i-iil Al'ciii. I  SKA'rri.u, wash.   e,..i;Ti,rvNLi; ni; i ,.   Xcxi 'door to the Prospector. ���  Liveru, Feed & Sale Swbfe.  ���Fort Steele H.O .  Ue'giilar'  Daily   Sta^e   meets all  trains at Fort .Steele, .hinet ion.  SADDLE'* l'ACK.HORSE?  ���������   ' -i;-'    -    -. v ' .���-.'���   ���  'I'HAMINti OF ALL KISHS AljSPtClALTV  i    /  ''  f.  f(

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