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 Library ol L��t Asi  ^���viSitKyM^'yiOwyy'iiDs^iv^Mi'Ja  MINEltAL.   I'KOJJUCTION   OP       |c  FORT STEELE MINING DIVISION 6  IS   1900     $2,746,8G9 5  XrQ\i\juiKiUiJiiuiiuij\jrliuifinJ\fiJ\J#.  pt��l��t  %irrtnrtOJVuWjyTnJiilftJ-i^^  g,     .MINERAL   PRODUCTION   OF       \  P       BRITISH   COLUMBIA   IN  1900       ��  ft ��16,407,645 S  ACi ,  . '        *  ^V #i/uui/iJXJTJTJtnjxruixuiJuiJTjiJU-D:u;s!  ��  Vbi. 7.  PORT ST&J3LB, B.  C,  SA-'/'CTRDAr, NOVBMBBR 2SS 1901.  No -4/  New Advertisements To-day.  Nullco-T. Henuchamii ..  .f".  ,...I'tnre��  MINERAL FLOAT  m  The  pick  and  shovel have so  long been considered the typical  symbols'of the miner's  industry  that the  knowledge  that' their  primacy is passing brings   with  ," it  the  shock'of   a   questiohnig  surprise. ,  ' This  journal   in  ils   issue   of  '    December 28th, 190,1, will be de-  \ voted to the'mining industry  ofr  the FortTSleele district.  It is stated that the average  '   cost of  production of copper is  about 9 cents per,pouhd.  Fort,' Steele is~tlipTlmse of  supplies for the mines situated  oast of the Kootenay river.  o '  " L-S. Austin, manager of the  .Marysville smelter, says that the  plant, will be ready to blow in by  May 1st, 1902.  There are 2."),000'tons of ore in  the Estella mine ready' foist oping,   i  '  ' Most of the-old placer mines  of the Fort Steele district are'  being reopened. , ���  The future of Fort Sleelo is  dependent upon the development  of its vast mineral resources.   -  The,north and .south 'railway  ,"through    the    Kootenay.. valley  ��� wrill open up a promising mining  district. '       jk=sss=ss=ss=s==  . This is the iron age, and,large  deposits of iron are found in the  * Fort Steeledistrict.^  Since the first'of January oyer  four hundred quartz claims have  been located in this district. -  i- i if?  Nickel is now being mined on  tVild Horse' creek.  The developments of the  past  -  year indicate a healthy and prosperous condition of the mining  industry of the Fort Steele district.     '   ���  Good roads and  trails  cannot  fail to prove'an economy   in  the  opening  and   prospecting   of   a  . mine.  The gold production of the  world for 1900 was 12,457,287  ounces valued at ��257,514,700 ,  The silver output of the world  amounted to 178,7*6,790 ounces,  the largest ever known. "  Wild Horse creek was the  scene of a mining excitement in  the early '00s, the gravel, was  mined by ��� the most simple  methods. Largo     hydraulic  plants, manyL miles'of ditches  and Humes contribute to a large  and increasing production of  tjold from the bars of the histor-  ic creek.  The sale price of lead has been  reduced by the American Smelting & Refining Co., from *3.<)0  to ��3.40 per hundred pounds.  The official report of"the Colorado commission of mining indicates that there was &)0,314,0l!>  worth of precious metals pro  dncod in 1900. This vast amount  is the production of a state that  has been under development for  nearly forty years.  The total production of British Columbia for 1900 was  ��:',S.:S(59,751, which is not so bad  for a comparatively new country  whore quartz mining has been  developed during a period of not  more than ten or, twelve years.  William: Forsyth and Tom Rae  rare now engaged  in  developing  the  Stanley   property on Tracy  vcreek. ��� !'���'- ��� ,'.  nient over the discovery,of oil in  the newly located oil lands,in  the Flathead valley.  With an increasing production  of ore, it is essential,"that there  be also an expanding system of  transportation facilities for this  district.  A most promising property in  the,Fort Steele 'district, is the  Tiger group situated at the head  of the north fork of Wild Horse  creek.-  The smellersite aUMnrycville  is now being glutted.  All the import an l'! '-hipping  mines of the district have closed  down awaiting an 'advance ..i 1 he  price of Jead.  THE   STil-EI/rrS.  In  A ' MURDEROUS   ATTA'-H\  Jauk   Fitzgerald Hits , Steve   Powell  With a Double-bitted Axo.  Ferule, 13. C���J. FUzgen.l.ci,  a" scrapper of local repute,  made a vicious attack" -' uptfn  Stove .Powell, -.Ihe" weapon employed being a ��� double-  billed axe.  The particulars as reported by  a' PpbsrrCTOK 'representative  are as follows': . Constable  Barnes while in pursuit of other  parties, had hi smitten tion drawn  by a remark- made by one on the  other side of some bushes saying  "God damn you, what are ybj.i  doing Here?'* then ,a blow was  struck. Roundingo the bushes  Constable Barnes saw a' man on  the,ground and J. Fitzgerald  standing over him with adoable,-  bitted axe in his hand. ��� Barnes  took Fitzgerald by the arm and  told   him   that    he   was -under  f     i  arrest, but Fitzgerald did not in-  tend to be arrested that ./way,  and immediately^ attacked the  officer. ' Constable Barries;  who' having recognized Fitzgerald, and knowing that he was  a tough customer, had pulled  his gun, and when the attack  upon him was made sailed in,  striking ,the would be murderer  over the head with his gun. It  was nip and tuck," the .officer  having all he could do to hold  his man and prevent Himself being injured; but after' hitting  his prisoner some half dozen  times, the thug wilted, and the  officer landed him a prisoner at  the jail.  No reason is .known why the  attack was made on Mr. Powell,  who never met the would be  murderer, and was not even acquainted wiih his reputation as  a pug and all round bad man.  Mr. Powell received a severe  cut on the left side of his head  narrowly grazing the skull  whid? was laid bare. He had a  very narrow escape from instant  death.  Fitzgerald on Saturday appeared before Magistrate Armstrong upon a charge of assault  with a deadly weapon. He was  committed for trial at a court of  competent jurisdiction at Nelson  A   Portion of the Plant Will Be  Operation March 1st.  R.   J.   Sanders    and     L.   F.  Williams,     directors     of      the  Sullivan Minings Company, visited  Steele  on  Monday  last, and  Mr. Williams had  the  following  to say about -the ^improvements  now    going   on   at   Matfysville.  "The contract has been,let for  the grading of the  smelter site.  If the  prevailing  weather con  ditions continue for three weeks  longer we shall have everything  undercover,   and  brick laying  for.the roasters will commence.  It    is '-'not   expected   that   the.  smelter will be blown  in  before  May 1st.    But with  the  roaster  in  operation  a large amount of  ore  will  be roasted in readiness  for smelting.-' The question of a  railway to themine has not been  settled.     The'O.   P.  R.   are in  favor  of running  an arid tram  from   tlio  mine  to  the smelter,'  this would cost in the  neighbor-  hood'of 825,000, while the lowest  estimate for   a railway -to   the  mine was $80,000.   The'company  prefer the1*railway as' it will enable them to get  in  machinery,,  supplies etc.    It is'expected that  the mine will start up aboul>  the  middle of February.    A  considerable amount of dead* work will  i  ,  have to be done before shipping.  If we are not delayed' by had  weather everything will be ready  foi' operation', except the stack,  by March 1st, but-if delayed by  byf-bad weather, the time-lost  must be addedfi���io the time  stated, -about March 1st, next  spring. r'>/fhe, contract for grading the branch spur into Marysville has been'let, the road1 will  be',,about a mile_ in length.'       ;. otl  standing fin a cross limber some  twelve feet from the bottom of  the' shaft, when the-timber  slipped and he fell heavily to the  bottom. He struck upon his  side and received a severe shaking up, but no bones were  broken.:  LruxnjTi-u-ixmnjanjTnnn^^  Late Telegraphic News  GENERAL  NEWS  NOTES.  Gus King the foreman of the  St. Eugene concentrator was in  town Monday and Tuesday, but  has returned to Spokane.  The License Commissioners  held a meeting at Moyie on  Tuesday last. ,    ,  WEDDED.  y  T Moyie Mining--News.  From Oui Own Corrospoiidcnt.-  ST.  EUGENE. ,  Development work at the St.  Eugene, is' progressing. < The  new combination shaft is down  about 100 feet, and the men at  present are busy timbering the  shaft and stations. As soon as  timbering is completed cross  drifting at the lowest point will  commence.  Leonard Harper and Eleanor Horsley  Married in St. John's Church  On Thursday.  ,  One'of the notable events of  e i" ('  the week .was the marriage of  Leonard.' Harper and Eleanor  Horsley in the Church of St.  John the Divine on Thursday.  Promptly at 12 o'clock' the  bridal party arrived at the  church. , The ceremony was performed by the Rev. H. Beachem.  pastor of the Church of England  at Cranbrook.  Immediately" following the  wedding a reception at the Imperial hotel was- tendered the  couple, which the friends of the  happy couple attended in a body  to tender congratulations and  good wishes. After the reception "the bride and groom drove  to Wasa. Tn a few days they  will return and1 take up their  residence at the ranch and will  be'prepared to receive their  .friends. '       '���' ,  ,��It was a pretty wedding and  the ,happy couple, were the recipients of,many useful presents  THE   NEW   TREATY.  Ed gland ^   Waives"-" Some    of  Her  A Close Call.  Fernie,     li.    C ���A      Chinese  laundry       man       stole,    some  gasoline     from     the     Waldorf  holel  thinking  il  was kerosine.  He discovered his mistake upon  lighting ,his lamp later on. ll  was a close call, and only prompt  assistance rendered by his  neighbors saved the Chinese  joint from going up in smoke.  Fernie, B.C.���Additions to  the .plant of the Fernie coal  mines will consist, of three new  compressors .capable'Of operating ten cutting machines each.  Each   compressor   will   supply  The   mining  .outlook   of ithe 1,400 cubic feet of air per minute  Fort Steele district  is unusually  ^ood.'for the coming year. ,       ^  There  is considerable  excite  The company are also putting in  two 40 H. P. engines, and two 75  II. P. hoisting engines; '  HOCKEY  AT  MOYTE.  The hockey season in South  East Kootenay is now drawing  near and the enthusiasts are  sharpening their skates- and  strengthening their sticks. This  season promises to bo a better  one for the stirring game than  any previous'one as Mr. Liphart  of Fernicc'has presented a hand  some cup for competition between teams of Lethbridge,  Fernie, 131 ko. Cranbrook and  Moyie. The 'first mooting of the  Moyie club was held last Tuesday evening in Beale & Elwells  office. A largo number were  present and the following were  elected: M. A. Beale, manager  and A. W. Sutherland, secretary  Tho_colors of the club will be  the same as last year, green and  white, and this year the  members will pur up and run a  rink of their owii. u  LUMBER   INDUSTRY.  The Moyie Lumber Company'  are now running in full blast,  and some days recently have  been record ones, in the neigh-  hood of 40,000 feet being put  through. They have a large  quantity of lumber on hand and  are making regular shipments to  the east.  A  NARROW. ESCAPE.. ,  - Last Wednesday-while William  Gallup, one of the oldest and  most experienced miners An the  camp was'engaged in timbering  the shaft at the St. Eugene mine  he met with what might have  been.a painful accident.   He was  Waives"-   Some  .- ��� Rights.  1 Washington, D.   C���The new  Hay-Pauncefote treaty has been  signed by secretary Hay for the  United States and Lord Paunce-  fote  for' Great1 Britain.     The  principal point of difference  between  the  new and  the   failed,  treaty is the withdrawal of Great  Britain from tlie joint guarantee  of  the neutrality  of  the canal,  thus leaving the United  States  the sole guarantee.-   The section  of  the' old provision respecting  the ' right  to fortify   the   canal  leaves the   right   by   inference  optional with the United States.  All  commerce  passing through  the canal will fare alike.    There  will be no discrimination in rates  of  the United  States shipping.1  The full text of  the  treaty will  remain a secret until the  senate  shall   break   the    seal'  of   confidence.  Nothing more remains to.be  done in regard to the signing of  the treaty before the senate  meets or indeed until the treaty  shall have been ratified, rejected  or amended.  East Kootenay Stock.  Asked.  Crow's Nest, Coal     $80.00  North Star  85  Sullivan  10  Silver-lead Quotations  New York, November 22:  Bar Silver   Mexican dollars ..   , _   Lead ,.   Copper       l(i.t>2*  London. November 22. .Silver. 2(i-.'J Kid:  copper, ��ii."> 17s (id; lead, ��11   <>*.   .'Id.  Bid.  *72.00  2.")  51*5  ���I.")  4.:m  Market Conditions.  All    the    principal   shipping  mines  of  the district are closed  down.    '....���''���,. .''-.���  Business has been good during  the past week.  Present conditions indicate  that the new year will see all  the big shippers producing large  quantities of silver-lead ore.  Special to Thk PiiosHKcnou.  CABINET MEMBERS  AT  BANQUET  ��� Philadelphia, PaT, Nov. 23.���  Special trains from Washington  and New York today brought'  many men of note ' who have  come to Philadelphia to attend  the Founders' Day banquet of  the Union League tonight. Included in the Washington delegation were six members of  President Roosevelt's cabinet.  They were Secretary of the  Treasury Gage, Secretary of  War " Root, Attorney-General  Smith. Secretary of the'Interior  Hitchcock and Secretary of  Agriculture Wilson.  Among , the , distinguished  speakers who w.ill respond lo  toasts are William M. Hunt,  Governor of Porto Rico: John  K. Richards. Solicitor General  of the United Stales; ex-Attorney General Griggs cand Senators Frye, Lodge and Han'na.'  Jay Cooke, one of the men who  founded the club in ,1862, has  signified his intention of being  present if- the condition ' of his  health permits.       ,.,,''  BURLiNGTON'S  FAST  TRAINS.     ,  Denver, Colo., Nov. 28.���When  the Burlington'changes time tomorrow the schedule will provide for a tlyer between Denver  and , St. ' Louis. ,. Later in the  month'another train will be put  on that is to make the run>iu  three hours less time than any  other now operated, the present  schedule being, 28 hours. The  plan is to, send) passengers to  New York in 50 hours.  0  CHANGES   IN  ALLAN   LINE.'     ,>  Montreal. Que., Nov. 23.���The  changes in ports of sailing determined upon by the Allan  Steamship line become effective  tomorrow. ��Instead, of sailing  from Portland. Me. as hereto,-  fore the mail steamers are to  leave St. John, N. B.' every  Saturday and Halifax on Sunday. The Allan line has been  awarded the mail contracts for  this' winter and the .change is  necessitated by the requirements  of the-British government that  ships carrying Canadian mails  shall sail from Canadian ports.  WILL  RACE   FOURNIER.  Cincinnati, O.. Nov. 23.���The  race meetinghere this afternoon  under the auspices of the Cincinnati Automobile Club promises  to be the most notable affair of  its kind that has ever taken  place in this part of the country.  The star event of the programme  is a fifteen-mile event between  C. G. Fisher of Indianapolis, and  Henri Fournier, the welhlinown  French chauffeur. Mr. Fisher  will use a' mammoth Winton  motor, while Fournier will use  his Mors machine, these two  machines representing the highest types of American and  French manufacture respectively.  Bl'SlNKSS  MEN   WILL   LECTURE.  Chicago. 111., Nov. 23.���Much  interest is manifested in educational cii'cles  in  the  University  ing man, that," if the necessary  amount of good fluxing ore'can  be obtained on the east side, of  the' Kootenay valley a smeller  will be built at a point near Elko  during the coming summer.  There is' no, doubt bcut that'a  large smelter will be erected in  the Kootenay valley in the near  future. The present arrangement now in force by the smelter  combine or trust of the Uniled  States are' not favorable to Brit-'  ish Columbia ores., And it is  reasonable to suppose that the  meeting held in New York on  Monday last will bring forth a'  repetition of present conditions'  and to the disadvantage' of B. C.  ore production.  Tf the above should prove to  be the case. It might prove to be  a blessing to the mining industry  of the Kootenays, nor would it  be unwelcome, as il   would cer- -  tainly   lead ,lo  the  erection   of  . i  smelting and reduction plants in  this section of the Province.  PETERBORO    LETTER.  of Chicago's series of lectures  by business men, which is to begin this evening. The lectures  will supplement the work in the  class room in the recently added  commercial course at tlie university, and the speakers are expected to give to the students an  idea of the practical side of the  work of commerce and administration. '. The lecturers will include officials and .managers of  prominent railways, wholesale  and. retail stores and manufacturing establishments. .  Land Reserved for Railway Purposes  From Our Own Correspondent.. ',  Peterboro,    Nov.   19.���During-  the past three years considerable  guessing has been   done  by  the  people here as  to, when  a, rail- '  way' will- be constructed   either '  from  the  south,   or .from  Fort,  Steele north through the Koble-'  nay   valley.   ,   Recent decisions '  made     by      the     ' Government  relative to land in the valley 'are  to the effect that a  certain, pro- '  portion ' of land iif the,, Winder- '  mere district'is held oh  reserve  for railway purposes. '"Kl rw'OuId.  not be surprising if the building  of  the  Crow's   Nest    Southern'  railway by the Great Northern ���  is jhaving  the effect of stirring  up the C. P. R. management. "  M. T. FRACTION. '  The returns,from the ore shipment made by the M. T. Fraction '  outfit show, a gross return of  $2,2."i2. This is a most satisfactory return from a shipment- of  17 tons. Iteis expected that > the  management will have several  hundred tons ready-for shipment  when navigation opens in the  spring. ,  The Red Liue group situate  on McDonald creek will be  crown granted in the nqar future  Smelter Indications.  It is said by a prominent min-  Elko Notes.  I-'rmn Our Own Correspondent..  i,  The right of way for the   rail-,  way has been cleared 'and grading will soon commence.  Large amounts of supplies are  constantly arriving consigned to  the several camps in this vicinity  It, was reported on Tuesday  that 300 men were expected from  the south to engage in railway  construction.  C. M. , Edwards and H.  Brdulette visited Cranbrook on  Saturday last returning on Tuesday.  A. B. Grace of the Fort  Steele Prospector was in town  on Sunday last.  The Jones & Mcintosh hotel  is rapidly approaching completion.  H. C. Killeen, superintendent  of roads, was in town on Thursday, lie will inspect the Klk  river bridge.  During last week" George  Hoggnrth was hunting in the  vicinity of Portal.  ���"A'.'  B.   McKinstry,    Gateway,  ���was'!in town on -Monday last.  The present school house is  totally unfit for the acconnno-'  dation of pupils," the surroundings are not conducive of a moral  training.- A new educational  building, away from the slums, '  is badly needed. M-iwntmr>miin**<m, n .��� -ittinnfr-' ***-^ -**���?&&*���  S>.  THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. C, NOVEMBER 23, 1901.  ��tye i$?v0gip2cbov.  1-jSTABLISHKD    18S5  A. B. Grace,  PUBLISHER    AND    EDITOR.  THE PROSPECTOR, is publislieJ  ��� ��ery Saturday, and has a guaranteed  circulation larger than any other paper  lu East Kootenay. It is all home Printed  and contains-double the news ol* an\  other paper in the district.  An an advertising' rnediinn it  is nn  excelled. - '  Devoted to the upbuilding of Fori Steele, the  development of the vast mineral resource-, of  ihe East Kootenay mining district.  Subscriptions 12.00 per yeai  Advertising rates made known on application.  Contributions are solicited from all parts of the  district, but all matter intended for publication  must have the writer's signature.  TUIC Dl DPR Ik kept on file at theadver-  mlg i nrtn using agency of Alaxandei  *Co., Suite F.. First National Hank Buildinst,  Spokane, Wash., where contracts can be made  for It.  but, more upon the great mass  of ore that will require cheap  transportation.  You May Xeed Pain-Killer at any  time in case of accident. Cures curs,  bruises and sprain*, as well as all bowel  complaint-.. Avoid substitute*, there's  only one Pain-Killer, Perry Davis'.  25c. and 50c.  You, Hay Need  IPain-Kmer  iV -x- * * -x- 5~^W(^5 �� * ���;;��� ��  Headauarters  for   IVXining  and   Commercial   IKEen  The  Thie    Pa nap   i*>    kept   on tile  at   E.  C.  inis  rapei   dake-s AdvertiiiLg  Agency, CM and 65 Merchants Exchange, Sun  Francisco, California, where contracts for advertising can be made for it.  This Paper  Is kept on file at the A. Mc-  Kim Jfc Co.   Newspaper   Ad-  vetising   Agency,  Montreal,  where contracts  for advertising can be made for It.  For  Cuts  Burns  Bruises  Cramps-  Diarrhoea.  5,        All Bowel  CompIaintJ  It is u sure, safe and quick remedy. ,,  Then-'* -illy one PAIN-KILLER.  c 1'khky Davis'.  Two ei/.ea, 23c. and 50c.  Hotel  This Pa^er  ���tore, Spokane. Wash.  Is on Miilc: at    J.    \\\  Gniham &   Co'>   hook  t&he Hftozpzctct.  SATURDAY'. NOVEMBER 23.'1901.  "No  Enemies  to Punish-  Special Friends to Serve. "  -No  o  NE of the most important  veloped" in  the near future', and  that  is  of   vital  importance' to  . the mining  industry,   is competition  in   transportation.      The  advantage  that will   accrue   to  the  district   by  having a  competitive    railway   is   too    well  understood to need any comment  The  move now  being made by  the Great Northern  Railway  is  made necessary by  the demand  for coal from' the Crow's  Nest  coal fields.    The construction of  this,railway from the south .will  deprive   the   Canadian    Pacific'  "Railway of the monopoly it has  heretofore had 'as  the common  carrier  of coal  and, ores of the  district.     It  will prove to be an1  important factor, in the development^ of the coal  areas,   increasing the output from' 1500 to 5000  , tons daily,���=   possibly   to   10,000  tons..    It  will also have a tendency  to  promote  a 'more rapid  development of the mineral  resources of the district:     And   it  is safe  to say  that' the   Great  Northern is not overlooking any-  COMPANIES'   ACT   lS9t   A Nil    AMENDING  , ACTS.  Notice ik hereby fiven that James W. K.  Voung, .Mif.ing'KiiKfncer of |Fort Steele, H. C.  has bei-ii appointed the Attorney for "The  Kootenay (I'eny Creole.) Gold Mines. I,iuili(il'  in place of James T. Cuiilhur.  Hated I3lli October. Il'ol.  S. V. WOOTTON.  Kejri.sirar ol Joint Stock Companies.  CANADIAN  RAIL VITA Y  Atlantic   Steamship    Department  Christmas   Sailings':  ,   ���TO���  England  ST. JOHX.'N.B. TO LIVERPOOL  Parisian Xov. 2.'(       Xumidiaii Xuv. 'M  Ionian Dee. 7 ' . Tunisian  Deo.   14  PORTLAND  TO LIVERPOOL  Dominion Xov 23     Cambroiusii Xov'30  Vancouver Dec. 2\     ,  BOSTOX TO LIVERPOOL.  [vernia Xov. 23 Suxonia  Dec. 7  Xew England Dee. 4'    L'ltonia  Dee. 21  NEW YORK TO LIVERPOOL.  u I  All    Modern     Conveniences  FORT    STEELE,   B.   C.  Large   Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.  ^  CARLIN  & DURICK  MERCHANTS    GENERAL  Celtic Xov.   2(>  Gormanie'Xov. 2",  Majestic Dec. 4  Cymric Dee. 10  Oceanic Dee. 11  Teutonic Do  IS.  Etruriii Xov. 23  Campania Xov. .'ill  Uuibria Dec. 7  Lueania L>ee. 14  Etruria Dec. 2l'  ('anipania Dee. 2S  thing that may have a tendency  to' increase the earnings of the  road and give to theni excellent  steam coal, the product of the  , largest coal areas on the American continent.  ��� -< *   '*    *     -  The advantage of the river  route as a means of cheap transportation is becoming more apparent every year. In early  .days before the advent of the  Crow's Nest Railway, a number  of large steamers were plying on  the river between Fort Steele  and .lenning, Montana. Merchandise was coming into the  district, ore was going out, but  - this vast tonnage was turned  over to tlie railway, the steamboats out of commission, idle for  the want of energy and push to  compete with the railway'for the  carrying trade of the district  This state of affairs may be  changed in the near future. Applications have been made to the  Steamboat Company for tenders  for the transportation of ores to  the south. Said tenders have  been received, and said to be  satisfactory, and we may confidently expect that the coming  spring will see one if not two of  the old familiar steamboats navi  gating the waters of the Kootenay river.  *    *    i<  As a result, the railway situation  will be improved. Competitive  lines of railway established.  Steamboats.in competition -with  railways.. The tariff on "freight-  reduced, mines developed to a  shipping point, the mining industry-prosperous" and nourishing, with the Fort Steele .mining  division making        gigantic  strides as tlie premier commercial and milling' district of the  Province.  NEW YORK TO SOL'THAMPTOX  Haverford Xov. 21 Philadelphia Dec 4  St Paul Dee. '11'        St.' Louis Dec., 1SU  Continental   Sailings,  , ��� ���op���    ���  Fort  Steele,  Eest  Kootenay  Monte Carlo Restaurant  'IHE MOST    .  -UP-TO-DATE  PLACE IN PORT STEELE.  Everything Cooked;  AS   VOU ,LIKK   IT.  WM. ROBINSON, Proprietor  Sole Agents for the  Canton steel  COMPANY  North German Lloyd. Hamburg  Packet Co., Holland American -Ked  Star French and Anchor Line�� on  application. '       " v  For l'Cfcerration of berths rates .and  complete information call on or write  nearest C. P. R. Agent.  J. S. CARTER,  Dis. Pass. Agt.  Nelson, o  E. J. COYLE,  A. G. P. A.  Vancouver  QUARANTINE    SERVICE.  ,,'Plie Dominion Government is now main-  uiiniiil,' a iiuurautinu service to prevent the in-  troduciion of small-pox from south of the  Boundary ut Tobacco Plains.  The quarantine guards there are 'M.  I'HILLIPPS and E. A. ELTON: and all  persons desiring; to cross into Canadian territory must report to them, giving satisfactory  evidence of recent successful vaccination, or  otherwise must submit to be vaccinated on  crossing. _ ___  A heavy fine may "be-Imposed, on any  persons m>f,'lectin�� or defying quai-aiuinc regulations-  HUGH WATT, M. D. '  '  54- Dominion Quarantine Officer.  This Stkel is guaranteed to be equal to Jessbp's or Firths in all  <��� ITakd Rock Wourc.     '        , \   "'  Sole Agents  GrOW'S N6St Goal cortPANy  Giant Powder company.  Sole   Agents  Mining Supplies a Specialty.  Agents for the   MASSEY   HARRIS ��� CO., Limited.    ,  Farming   Implements.  Fort Steele  Meat Market  ���FRESTI   and  SALT   MEATS  ON, IFAND.  ALWAYS  R.. W. ROGERS, Proprietor.  Fresh Halibut;   Salmon, Salmon Trout,  Bologna Sausage,  Butter .and Eggs. - Fish and Game in Season. , ,   ,   ���  *****��**w��**^^*************��****************��********  Agents  Wanted  Complete Life of Queen Victoria  HKST ROOK  UKST TKR^IS  Outfit  Addi-esi  Muiled on ttoofiipi of lfi cculs.  .S. C. MILLKR & CO,,  ,    i'orthind, Oni.. U.S.A.  *,  *-  *-  #������  *���  *  The Steele House  1 ' i  Fort Steele, B. C.  Centrally Situated oii Riverside Avenue.  Conducted on Up-To-Date Methods.   '  The Best Bar In Town. o  D. Mcltfeish  PROPRIETOR.  Fort Steele  and  Kim be iiejT.  | N.HANSON, |  ������^***e(******##*****#******************��***��*��***����*ii  Stevens  Crack Shot Rifle.  , The future of this district is j  not dependent upon the veryj  rich rock that is beintr exti'iicled  "A new rifle; 20-inch barrel;  Weight 4 pounds. C. B. caps  and .22 short.:R. V. Has an  AUTOArA.TIO -SAFISTy' and  eannot he discharged accidentally.  Price Only $4.QQ  If these ri/lea.tirc not airripd in st<iok  by your dealer, send price and we will  Su'nd it to yoti expresfi prepaid. I  .Siitul sUmp for ratalo^ describing corri-  plete line and containing Ivaluable information to shooters. .  The J. Stevems Arms iNo Tool Co.  |l��.0.l.|28��i CHIC0PEE FALLS. MASS.  Fort  Brewing  FORT STEELE,  B. C.  General iVfercHat-it  Liquor Dealer.  AND  g:     Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber,      A large assort- :~3  g^       ',     ment of seasoned Lumber and.Shingles always      - ;-;  C^ on hand. ^  SC:-.       DIMENSION      LUMBER'    A      SPECIALTY.     ' 3  WflSfl,  B G.  ^lUUUUUUUUUUiUUUiUtUUSUUUUtiUUUUUUUUtUUUtti^  JUST    RECEIVED  MANUF AC'TU E ERS  and     BREWERS    OP    EXTRA   FINE  BEER  %  PORTER  SOLD   BY   THE    BARREL,.   KEG   OR    BOTTLED  Bottled beer for family use a specialty  OIJTSIOB,ORDERS (11VKN K'I'UIOT> PROMPT ATTENTION  SATISFACTION (3UA11ANTEEj)t.u^��^o8.'?  Mutz & Scott, Prop's.  Assorted Car of Rest Brands of Flour  and   Meals,   etc.  Flour, Patent Hungarian and Strong Balccr.  Rolled Oats, Cracked Wheat. Wlieatletls,  Cornrneal, Buckwheat Flour, Split Peas,  Navy  Beans,   Lima Beans, Pot Barley, etc..  Bran     Chops     Shorts     Oafs     Hay.  Fleetwood Tea. a pure article imported direct from Ceylon  try it once and you will use no other.  Fresh  Breakfast  Bacon,   I-lams and   Dry Stilt. Side Bacon.  Butter, and Eggs.  CARROTS  POTATOES >>ld  FIREWOOD all lengths to suili all stoves. , ,      ,   '..."/..  THE   FORT   STEELE I  FLOUR aiid FEED STORE  E. 6. MILLER,.Proprietor- POST OFFICE BOX 836.  iggT"   All goods guaranteed and prices also ai being correct.  Send in Orders.  .". ��� ii  9     -(J  if  " 'f  '  ''��� J  Tl  I  t  1>I  -    ���ill  A  4  i  l wr 1  n  15  tk  m  8  tfs.  \\  1 THE PROoPEOTOli, FORT STEELE, B. 0.,  li>01.  MSUttateaa^i  H. REINEMAN, Proprietor.  ��� ft*    ��#*  ite ...  8  rMPERIAL    HOT  Fort Steele, B. C.  if  Largest atid Most Complete Hotel In Sowtfi East Kootenay  ALL   MODERN   CONVENIENCES  , ^ ii - ��� -  Sample Rooms for Commercial Men.  Headquarters for Mining Men.  o  KiMBERLEY  Tlie    Coming   Town   of  East  Kootenay/  Near tlie iamous North star  and Sullivan Mines  ��- t . ��� i  A Limited Number of Lots for Sale  at Prices Ranging from .  $125   To    $400  ( -i^i  NOW   IS   THE TIME TO BUY as prices will be advanced the first  of the year:  Apply to  Land Commissioner, C. P. R.       ~  Winnipeg, Man., or to  <��� -  u c ,  o  Fort Steele and Kimberley,  KIMBERLEY.  .* -i  ROYAL   flOT&L  KIMBERLEY, 13. 0.  Tliu Finest,  ljiipiofs iinil  Cijiars mid Hcsit Kurnishoil  Koonts "m Town.  J.  I,   GATES,   Prop.  ..kbfcAAALrf        50   YEARS'  MnHKf EXPERIENCE  1    ^Jk 1 ��� il k B r*l  UM^HiHt^*   Trade: Marks  'MnflV          Designs  , ' rrTV"^      Copyrights &c  Guaranteed $900  Salary  Yearly  Anyone nondlnij a sketch and description may  qulukly ascertain our opinion free whether an  Invention in probably patentable CoimniiiueR-  tlmiiHlrtctlycoiifldoiitlnl. Handbook on I'ntenti  neiit, free. Oldest aiicncy for accurinK palcnm.  1'ateiits taken through Mumi & Co. receive  tpecial notice, without charge, in tlio  ScientificAmerican.  A. handsomely Illustrated weekly. I.nritoat circulation of any scientific Journal. Terms, tn a  year: four months, $1.  Sold by all newsdealers.  MUNN&Co.36'B��>��^NewYQrk  Brancb. Offlo��, BU *��� tit.. WmMukioii, I). C.  Men nnd woinon of kooiI address represent us. -.oiiio to ii-nvol iippoiniino  aguiit-., (iiIktm loi- local work looking  alter our interests. -+1I0U Hilary jjiiaran-  tet'tl yearly: i-xli-a cnmiiiKsiims. .ind  expen-.es. rapid advancement, old established house. Crand cli.-uu-e lor  eiii-nei-1 man oi' women io secure pleasant, peniianciit, position, liberal income  and Imm-e. Now. In-illianl. lino Write  ali once.  STAFFORD   PRESS.  23 Church St... New Haven.  Conn.  MININGp||^c  THIRTY-NIHTH YEAR.  24 Pa^es  :  Weekly :  Illustrated.  INDISf ^nsable  TO MINING MEN.  $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.  SEND Vl/ll SAMIT.E COI'V.  MINING-sditiflc PRESS  330 MARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.  "  ��� '    ' o        . '   I *  ;"        IS IMjUI.ISIIHI) HV'KKY SA'I'ITHDAV, A.N'll ll\s.\  (llJAl.-AN'TKHI)   OIRUIJI.ATIO.V   [\.\l?liKK    THAN  ajjv otiikk I'Ai'ioi: ix kas'hko!)Ti-;nav, it'*is  ��.\U. IJO.MK J'lil.N*TI-:n. AND COjirTAJ-VS DOl'I'.LI'.  Til hi ASIfirNyi'DKNKWSOli' ANY I'.W'Klf IN' THI-'.  DISTRICT.  *  Ol  /;  *  , '   As,    An    Advertising,    Medium    It   Is  Unexcelled. . ' '  ^��S-frfS-&S-��-��S-SfS-&5-S-&��-e-&S-frS-S-e-��S-t��S-fc.  * f<  * T1J1-: l'ROSl'KCTOK COVUltS A  DISTRICT 21  ll/    LA KG UK THAN ROMB UM lJl KF.S.'AXll HAS'A   11  Xl>   '   ��� UGK' FOKF.KIN CI KCITUATJOM.        " '',[!  lb 'a ' ��>  -5>-5^-i 5-3-5 5-3-3 3 3-5 -S-3-3-3-3-5 -3 5-2 -3-3-S -333 -3^\*  lb  The Paystreak Of Ad's In This Paper Pays From The Grrass Roots,  And Never'Pinches Out, Stake One !     The Result Will Be To  Your Interest. '   .  .1015 PUINTJNC OP ALL KINDS NEATLY. AND PROMPT'LY  raxj��HT'rwi).  ���\  HIGHWARDEN & SON.  PIONEER   BARBER SH0F  lOviii^ylliiii^' 8ln<-lil.y l^irsi. (Ilass;  jVct/ door Id' the. ProsprcJur.  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  WANTKn-TUUSTWOKTIlY M KN  AND WOMEN to I ravel and advert isc  for old established lioiisc of solid lin.-in-  (jiiil siiiniliiiy. Salar\ +7SII n year and  expenses, all payable in cash. No .canvassing n.'(|nii'ed. (Jive references and  enclose Hi.iif ' uddresseil .stamped envelope. Address. Manager. :sr>5 CaxUin  l.'ild"-'.. (..Iliieuu'd.  ; Iforf Steele   .  IVA K IvKY,  II. A i. no , Proprielov.  IMVKKSIDIO   AVION UK''  Uppusile    L'o&L. (Jliiee.  TO THE DEAF.  A rich lady cured of hnr DcmI'-  ncss and Noises in 1,lic Hciul by  Dr. Nicholson'.1. Artificial ftiir  Drums, gave $10,0(10 (o this In-  s(,ilntc. so Mini deal" ]iuo]ilo uii-  iiblo to procure the Ka,r Drums  may have them free., ATldross  No. li:") 18. The Nicholson ln-  sl.ilulo. 780, Rio-hlh Avonnc,  New York, U. S. A.  CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS,  COPYRICHTS AND DESIGNS.  Scud your l>imiitnpK(lir<:<i( to ���\V:isIi'in^l<n��,  ' liavi-'s time, <!<��sts Iii'bs, iKiti-'.:' nei-v ice.  My ofllce clone to V. S. Patent Office. ,1'."~E pri-limln-  ary examinations mailo. Atty's fee not d.:^ nr.1.11 palcnt  luecared PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVi::��-J> YEARS  ACTUAL EXPERIENCE. Book "How tooVU-!'- PMcntu,"  etc., icnt free. Patentu procured tliroufli I'.. '). Siegers  receive   ipecial   notice,   without  ihar.;^,  in   the  INVENTIVE   AGE  DKutrated monthly���Eleventh year���tcrn-^, .1. a year.  Laic of C. A. Snow & Co.  918 F St., N. W.,  WASHINGTON, D. C.  ILCSIGGERSj  DILSE& CROFTS  CONTRACTORS  All   Kinds   of   Brick   and   Stone   Work  liiWTOK and LIMR For NniV. Pl.ARTRI.MNf!  Promptly Done  0  IT  o  E  T  O  E  N  T  Q  O  T  C  S  R  B  H  N  U     J  1200 in CA  ���FREE  !f  1  We will give the above rcwiivd to any person' wlio will correctly arrange the  above letters to spell the ciiiine.sdf three Canadian cities. Useeach letter but  ^nnce. Try it. We will positively give the money away, and yon may be the  y fortunate person. Should there Vie more than 1 set of correct miRwcrs, the  ^ money will be divided wiiuillv. Kor instance should ") persons Hendin correct  \answcia, eiieh will receive,?���!"()���; should. 10 persons Fend in correct answers,  feach will ���.receive $-'0 ; twenty porsiniB, $10 each. We do tliis to introduce  iour linn and p;oods we handle as quickly as possible. SKND' NO MONEY  \ WITH, YOTtR ANSWKM. This is a FkKIC contest. Ar post card will do.  # |!  Tliiise who liiiye not received anything Iroin other contests, try this one.  �������^<fe--^����-EMPIRE SUPPLY CO., ORILLiA, CANADA. THE PROSPECTOR, PORT STEELE, B. C, 1901  *HMfr^^#^��  0.  FORT  m  0k  The Mining Center of the District of South East Kootenay  Tlie Largest  Mineral Areas,  and the Most  Extensive  Goal Fields on the  American Continent  are Situated in  South East Kootenay  Sfe ,  rt  , Agriculture  i  Gr raxing and the  Lumber Industry  are Prominent  (- r I t}  Features of the ���  '    i-  District.  <* L  The  Crawford   Bay  and   Fort  Steele   Railway  will  be  constructed   this  year!  i. ,  The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway, Recently Surveyed, will pass through  FORT  STEELE  And   Tap    the   Greatest   Mineral   Belt   of   the   District  ��� i  ���'��2  ?  ���>.���  i��  -*  I  ''���'if  h>V  . it  /������fe  f  t -V  (it  I ! #  il;  p  \\v  ar...  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  Apply to  ��� JLrf��' A,  Townsite Office.  a1  i  ^ ���3  THE PROSPECTOR, PORT, STEELE, 13. C, NOVEMBER 23,  1901.  9  a.vtviin ay. nov i3Iin7-:f; 2?. i<mh  si'i:K�� tic;1     ?nu waksuipk.  Wiisliin��1. "i, D. O , Nov. 20.-  An iinjioi-t:i.,i sorios ol" sjipcm  I rials for 1 ho purpose of docidii ^  ��� |ioiiils��ii) connection wiih fulnic  win' inariij'o-f'onslrui-lion will he  c()iiiiiUMic(ad by llio iiuvy (.iopiirl  inonl   williin   the   noxl week 01  (  I wo. Tho loslswi'ii be made l>.\  baUleships of (ho North Alkmlio  squadron. commanded "b.v  A(liniraltlJi'4'<.'iiisoi). There are  cerlain structnral poims under  (li.scu.ssioit-whic.li-can-be settled,  it is thought.1 in no more satisfactory way -than-' by testing  with battleships now in coin'mis  sion. As a' great many battleships will be built wilhin the  next few years the'navy depart-  ^nien'tcdeeins it imperative that  the questions bo settled immediately.  ft  UOI'Hi'S  AVl'KAL  TO  'J'UIO UAGUH.  The 'Hague, Nov. '20.���-Tho  Administrative Council of the  Arbitration Tribunal, mot today  lo decide on tho appeal j)i' the  ' Booi's against the ruling that  the war in South Africa is not  subject to the court's consideration.       �� .  ,       li "  RECIPROCITY  CON VION'J'ION.  '     Washington, D. C, Nov. 20.���  way seem to bo such thai the  undertaking will u >��� be r:'lii��-nlt  nor ox])ensive.  The price ol' --ilwr i> lower,  now than il has bo m .--.ihee Ihe J  beginning of the \ e ir. 1  ��� l 11 ���' T'i  .!��<  i-   Oil.  Palalabb- its Ci  Kinu lsion of ('(id  sulleriii  oitIhijii'  benelil.    AJaiinLicl'ii-cil li\  I la  I),  lor  lllO-C  I i-(iiu scv cri' i-d il1 lis ,:ii(i   hoin-  N   u-ril    Willi   i'i.-   "i-calf-d  I'.U is A:  LllH-J-CllCI' ' '()..  ,1(1  THE NEW YORK  CLIPPER  Contains "al ReliableV Record  of all the Events In tho  THEATRICAL WORLD  WORLD OFPSPORTS.  PUBLISHED WEEKLY. ��l.  ,  ���4.00 A YEAR.  SINCLE COPY, lOotC.  For Sale by all Newsdealers. **"  SAMPLE   COPY* FREE.  Address NEW YORK CLIPPER,  NEW YORK.  MINIMAL   AC'J'  (KIIIM   f.)  ��� 'Mf I IKICVIK OK  IMI'BIIVKdkMS  NOTICE.  RE FREE!  ��M  Alstlimalcne lirings Instant Relief and  Permanent  Cure  in All' Cases.  ft SENT ARSOLUTKLY KRRR ON RECETPT OF POSTAL.  *    CHAINED  FOR TEN  YEARS  RULERS  SHOT  Rome,   Nov.  ance of delegates this morning  at the opening oi" the second  day's 'sessions of the national  reciprocity conference.- Tho  day was devoted to"an animated  discussion oi' commercial reciprocity -in its connection with  hjiiropean countries. This even  ing has beon set apart for a discussion of reciprocity u with  Canada! '  IN   EPPIOY. ,  20.���The police  have closed a public shooting  gallery in Rome and arrested  the proprietors, who are accused  of harboring anarchists. The  shooting gallery had ��a sot of  figures at which  the'sportsmen  , aimed. Three, of these represented Italian ministers, and the  prize for hitting any of theni  was two chocolate creams. The  other figures were those of the  King of Italy, the Pope and  President Roosevelt. The prizes  for hitting these efi'egies were  five chocolate creams. It was  found that the shooting gallery  became a meeting place for  anarchists,- who enjoyed shoot-  . ing at the rulers.  EMPRESS DOWAGER'S  BIH'J'IIDAV  Shanghai, Nov. 20.���The  birthday of the Empress Dowager was observed today. The  chief celebration took place at  Kaifing, province of * Ilonan,  whore the court, viceroys and  other dignitaries of stale assembled in honor of.the occasion  THE .HOWS   IN   RUSSIA.  London, Nov. 20.���A dispatch  from St. Petersburg says one  more door has boon closed  against the .lews in Russia.  There are a large number of  Jews upon the Russian stage  and many are in the imperial  service in that department. On  the strength of this connection  with tho imperial theaters, Jewish players have been in the  habit of travelling freely about  Russia in the pursuit of their  calling. Tt has now been  ordained that such persons will  have to reside only in the towns  where they are officially employed, and may not travel during the months when the: imperial 'theaters are closed.    '  There is nothing like Asthma-  leno. ll brings instant relief,  even in the worst cases. It cure's  when alf else fails.  'Pin- Hev. O.'W. WELLS. of Villa  UJ(l��i>. 111.", sty.--: "Voui; (rial bottle of  AMliiiuili-nc i-oco'ivjjd in jjood condition.  T cannot tell you 'how_thankful T feel  lor liter cooil derived from it. I was a  tiliive, chained with putrid sore throat  and'ii-tlima lor ten years. I despaired  of over beinji cured.' 1 saw your adver-  LiseinenL, lor tin; ei'n-e ol this dreadful  and tormenting disease, asthnta, and  thought you had over-pokon yourselves  I mi,'resolved to jjive it a trial. To my  usloiiishnujiil. the trialJ acted like . a  charm.    Send ni'c a lull-size bottle:",  Wo want to send lo every sultei'er u  trial treatment ol   Asthmalene. similar  to the one that cured Mi-. Wells. We'll  send   it   by  mail ,1'OSTPATR A13SO-  ��� # LUT.I2LV'' J.'IIEK   Oi'1 vQiJLAnG       to  JJJ   any sufferer who ^yi11 write lor it. oven on a postal.    Never mind, though  2)  you are despairing, however bad your ca-o. Asthmalene will   relieve and  cure.5 The worse your case, the more ylad wo are to send it.     Do not de-'  lay.     Write  at, once,  addressing  DU. TA.VT liUOS.- M IODIC,INK CO.."  79 Bast l-'lOth St., N. V. Git v.    Sold by nlf Druggist-.'  lit  *  Oi  ' *  Oi  *  \b  \it  Ui  <ii  *  *  Oi  Ol  lit  *  Or  *  Oi  Oi  *  *  Oi  lb  *  Oi  *  Or  *  i*  Of  It)  *  lb  lb  O. K.    MINERAL   CLAIMS.  Sim.ue in ilu l-'oi I Steele Miriinj; Division  of South East ICooa-u.iy Disliicl.  -  Wli, re located- On the right bunk ofPci-r.  cr.-ek ..hunt our mile In low the Old Shaft '  plaeei li :i-i". ���/"  Take limn .- ilmi I I nnes A. Harve,-. Free  iliiici--- Vri in), (,,. Su' Ii KXJIU". AKUit foi  riniiii.i- 'I Me\-uiu. I-'iee Miner's Certificate  N'o "li 1 :is-i" i,,l,eii0.1 iiiiiiiifS. Kree Mmer-  O'llilu.ii. N'.i i\ i.sj.ii <;u-l Thies, Kit-e  .MIni>r'sCci-UJIc:ilr No. -IHW and Willniin  Tlioinson. J'-'iee Miner's C'ertitli-nte No  "U JiJl.-i", iiiuuil. sixty ilny.s fro.n llio daw  lu-iuof, io ai>|ily lii ihe Mining Kernrdei foi a  CciillU-uio of Jiii])io\uim-nls. for lliu'iiuiposeof  oliti.liiini; a Crow ii 01.1nt of tlie abovu olaiins.  And'further l.tlte notice Dial action, utidei  section XT, must he commenced before tlie Issuance of such Certificate ofjmprovcmciits.  Dated this --'1st, (lav of September, A.D., 19(11.  39-    i) .1. A'. IIAKVKY.  MIXKKAL ACT. I8'.m  (KOIIM   K.)  oKirririOATK or imi'hovkmk.n"i-s.  NOTICE.  the  Nnnh Star AIInlnj;-Coiii|Miiv's  Kmerald Kraetional   Mineral  (Jlaim.  Situate in the Minim; Division of South ICast  Kootenav-  Where located-���On HucUlelieiiv Mouiitaiii  adjoining  pi opei ty.  TAKK NOT1CK that I, Null Mcr.eod Cm ran.  FieoMiner-sCertiJlciiteNo. "II. 4:)318" actintf  asiicc-iit for the Noith Star Mining Company.  Limited. (Non I'ersonal I.ialiililv) l-'irf-  Miner's Oertiflcilc No. ��� li. -IMI.V'. inieiul.  sixtv days from ihe date hereof, to apply to the  MiningJtccoidcr for a CJerlillcate or Improvements, foi the purpose of obtaining a Oionn  Qiunl of the above claim  And fuither take nonce that action, under  section ;J7, must lie commenced befoie the issuance of such Cernlleate ol Improvements  Dated at ICimbeilev. JJ C this 2��th d.t\ of  Sept.. 1901.  -10- NJilL Mcl-KOIJ CUKKAN. Agenl.  MINKRAL ACT.  "  , (l-'OHM   V.)  C'KIITIKIO\TK OK IMIMtOVEMKMT.s.  NOTICE.  ^E��*ttffrfrfrte&&efr&t&tt!rfr&&ts.s.s.ttttffr��-ftfrtftt&ffrffrfrtfrt��  ^  iarT��TTTTTfTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTnTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTnTmTTnTTTTTTTTTTTTTT7TTTTTTT?TTTTTnTTTTTTTmTTTTnB  C  t  t  c  t  C  t  fe  C  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  CAPITAL WANTED.  * c ,  To Develop \    p  The Rich Mineral ;  Resources Of  South East kootenay.  Partially De\ el oped,  And Undeveloped Copper  And Silver-Lead Properties  Arc Offered For Sale On   .  Liberal Working Bonds. ,.  FOR   REPORTS,   AND- INFORMATION; .WRITE TO  CHARLES   ESTMERE.  Kiniberley,   B.C.  Daffodil' Fractional Mineral Claim.  ' It . <>'���  Situate in the Mining Division of South lOiist  ICootenav. '  'Where located:���On Huckleberry Mountain  adjoining the North Star Company'!, properly.  Take notice that 1, Neil McLeod Cut-ran, Free  Miner's Certificate No. It. -I.K18, acting as agent  fo'r the North Star Mining Company, Limited,  (Non Personal Liability) Free Miner's Cei-  tiiieate No 15 j.V-Jls, intend sixtv days fiom  the date heteof, to apph to the Mining Hecoid-  er for ,t Ceitiiic.ue of Impio\ements foi the  purpose of obtaining a Ctown Giant of the  above claim t       *���  And furthei   lake notice  that action,  under  section 37, must be commenced before the issu  ance of such Cei tillc lie of rmpio\ements  Dated at Kimucile\ �� (',, this itith day of  Sept., 1901. , v '  - 40- NKJ.L McLLOD CUKKAN, Agent  NOTICE.  NOTIC'K IS HEHUHY UIVKN that ��e the  uudeisigned intend tn (Uys aflei the tii st publication of thi��, nolue oi as-.oou afterward as  the duplication can be heard to -apply to the  Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Woil.s  at Foit Steele foi lh ruse- to piospei I foi Coal  and 1'ctioleum upon the following described  lands, situ He in I��ist Kooi(,niv on the l-'.ast  side of the Flulieid Jfixei on Oil oi --agf  Creek, and from about 1 to ���< mile- norlli of the  luieination il llouinlaiv l.il.c  ('ommeiiiiii���' at i post on the Noiih We-,1  bank of Oil ('if el. milked an C H Tuppei s  S. W. (.-oilier adjoining J'led Psier s N W  Cornui J'o-,1 ihence North 80 chains thence  Hast 80chains thence South 80 chains theme  West 80 chains to ihe point of coinmeiKeiiK nt  containing 640 icies  C H TUPI'i:K  Couuuencinii'ala posl on the Noi ih Westsidt  of Oil Creek inaiked .1 JOdwaids LecUie s V  Vf. Cornei , about one mile in a N K direction  from Sir C II Tuppei's S W Coinei post  thence South Sil chains, them e r,ist 80 chains  thence Northi<0chains, thence wist SI) ihains  to point of i oiiiiiieiuenient i oiiiaiiiing Mil  acres.  .1. i:i)WAUI)s LJXJK'Ii:  CoiunieiiLing at i post on the Nouh West  side of Oil Cicek, marked ' A Melv Dick s s,  K. Coiner", about one mile due west fioin Sn  G. II. Tuppei's S. W Coinei liost theme North  80 chains, thence West 80 chains thence South  80 chains, thence Kasl 80 chains to point of  commencement, containing (ill) acies  A MiK, OlCIf.  'Commencing al a post on the Noith West  bank of Oil Oieek inaik* d ' Hon I'red I'ctiii  N. W Corner ', adjoining >iii C H Tuppei s s,  W. Corner post thence South 8(1 chains, theme  Kast 80chains, thente Noi th 811 chains tlieiue  West 80 chains to point of commencement, containing Mil acres  FIMMtr.KICK I'K'J'lIltS  Commencing a) a posl on the Noi th West  bank of Oil Cu-ck marked Tiank W I'etei s  N. IZ Corner adjoining It G. 'Kdu.uds  Leckie's S K comer jjosi thence Soulli 81)  chains, thence West SO (hams llienee Noilli Wl  chains, thence Lasl 80chains tn point of coin-  meni emenf containing B<() at ics  , FKANIv   W   lT/J'KKS  Comineiiciuii at a poslon the N W Haul; of  Oil Creek iiuukcd RG Kdnanl; LeeMe's S  K. Cornei adjoining Sn C II I'uppei s S W.  Cornei post, thence Noith 80 chains thence  West DO cli.tins thence Sou tli 80 chains'them e  ,East 80chains to point of commencement (on-  taining rtlit acres '  J{. t! KDWAKDS LKCIfli:  Commencing at a post on the North Wesl  side of Oil Cieek marked 'M. W Hakei sN.L  Corner' adjoining V McK. Oick s S K Coinei  pobl, thence South SO chains, theni e West 80  chains, thence Not th 80 chains llienee Last 80  chums to point of commencement c oht.iining  rtlOacies  M   W   HAKLI��  Curuo id^oming Margaict A O Lit hies S  W Cornei i>o<t tni nte Noi th sii chaiiis thence-  W( si so chains lln nte South "0 (liaius llienee  J^ust soehan.s to point of (oin'ooiK cmcni ( on-  taining MOacies i  (JLOJiGK BRADLEY  Comuieuoing it a po��t uu inc. JJoumla L.ne.  marked John HKsiiahan s "s W lorncr  .ibnul one mile South of Oeoige Uiadlc. s "s i:.  Coiiici nost theiKf North ^0 chains thence  Kasl s(J (liaius lhcnce South 80 chains thence  W< st sn chains 1r, poim of ioiiiiih m rni( nl ( on-  lainui/ it4H k ies  IOJIN   HIij;sV\U.\N  Commeni mg at a post on the Hound u\ Line  marked JLulev Aimstioiigs s, jj ('0in(i -  adjoining John Uiesnahan s s \v Corner post,  th-nce North 80 ( hams tin nci West M) (li.iius  tliencc South 8U chains, theiup Last b(J eh.uiis  to point of lOinmeiKoinoni (outlining rt-10  a( l e��  ^ IIAKLLY   MiMSTHONG  T5iiiiuuiiiinuuuiiUiiu^iiiiaiiiiUiii4iiuuaiJiiiiiaiAiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiuaiiuuiiiiuuuuE��  Fort  Slcelci   B.'  C.  Notice to Delinquent^ Co owners.  ���- To Wait Wade or to an\ person or peisons  to'whom he ma\ ha\e trausfened his interest  in the "Kov ' ' Antelope", ' Standaid ' and  "O Iv" mineral claims, (oi anv of them,) situate on Perry creek in the Tort Steele Mining  Division of Kast ICootenay and recorded in the  Mining Recorders' office at Fort Steele, li. C.  You are hereby notiiled that I have expended .since October Iflth, 1899. four hundred  dollars in labor and improvements upon the  above mentioned mineial claims under the provisions of the Mineral Act. And If within  ninety days from the date of this notice you  fail, or refuse lo contribute your portion of  such expenditure together with all costs of advertising, your inteiest in said claims will become my property under Section ,'4" of an Act  entitled -'An Act to Amend the Mineral Act.  1900".  Dated at Fort Steele, August 27ih, 1901.  :!���"'- OUST   TIIKIS.  WHOLESALE & ^RETAIL, DEALERS'   ,'  In Cigars,   Cigarc-Mos,   Pipes and Tobacco.  o  |ivmesl. Vitrioly ol' Pipes and Smokers Out lit  In 1,1 io District, litchiding Meerschaum, B. P>. B.  Alplin. nnd Othor Hrnnds. s{  liiil>orlc(! :uid Domosl-io Cigars al, Lowest Prices  Billiard and Pool Parlor and Rending  Uooin in Conned ion.  j  /  J.|TAENI!AUS1��R.       =��  Manasor. =3  C�� PropricLor..  , NOTICE.  Sixty days after, date I Intend to apply to  the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works  for peimission to cut and carry awav limber  from the follow ing described land!,, commencing at a post about three chains east'of the  Golden road, between the 34th and 35th mile  posts running eabt 40 chains thence south 80  chains, thenct west 80 chains, thence north 80  chains, thence east -10 chains to place of commencement. Containing mo acres more or  less.  Dated this 14th daj of September. 1901.  :w W. A. CIIISHOLM  Commenaing at a posl on the S L side of Oil  Creek marked "H (i. Wilson s N K. Coi nei '  about one and-a half miles in aS W dnection  from Sir C. H Tupper s S W coiner post,  thence South 80 chains, tnenoe West 80 chains  thence North 80 chains, thence Last 80 chains  to point of commencement coniiiimng ri40acics  H G. WILSON.  Commencing at a posl on the South Kast side  of Oil Creek, maiked \Vr A Gilmoui s N W  Cornei , adjoining H O Wilson s N JO coinei  post, thence South 8ir chains thence Hast 80  chains, thenee Noith 80 chains, thence West 80  chains to point of commencement lonlaining  rt4f) acres ^ < -*  o W   A-OILMOUR   "  t  Commencing at a  post on the ICast  bank  of  Oil Cieek marked L Hummer's S W Corner' about foui miles in a S W diiectioii fiom  Sir C. H. Tuppei s S \S" Coi ner post thenee  North 80 chains, thenee Last 80 chains thence  South 80 chains, thence West 80 chains to point  of commencement coin lining lilO aci es,  K   IIKAMMiat  r-  Commeneiug al a posl on the Last bank of  Oil Creek,'maiked A S Ituichall s N W  Corner', adjoining 10 Hummer s S W Coiner  post, thence South so chains lhcnce l-'.ast80  chains, theiu e Nor Ji "0 chains thciiee West 80  chains to point of ( oinineiiK nient containing  (540 acres.  A   S   1IURCIIALL  Commencing at a post on the Last bank of  Oil Creek, marked C E HiuffsNK Coinei  adjoining A. S Hurchall s N W Cornet posl  thence South SI) chains thence West 80 ihajns  thence North 80chains thence Lasl 80 chains  to point of commencement, containing mo anes  O L  URUrr  Commencing at a  post on  the lOast bank of  Oil Creek, marked "F  Bune\ �� S  K   Coiner  adjoining  C    K    llruff s   N    E    Coi nei  cpost  thence North 80 chains thenee West 80 ehains,  thence South 80 chains  ilicnce  Last 8(1 chains  to point of commencement containing 540 aeies  I' UMiNLY  NOTICE. ,  NOTJCL Is HLHLUY (IIYLV th u ��e. the  undeisigned, mteiiil ilniii d us ,ifu 1 the- (list  piiblKauon of 1 In-, noi ice 01 as soon llicieafter  is ihe application 1,111 be heaid to ipph to the  \ssisli:il Couiinlssiom r 01 Latins and Woiks  at Fort Steele foi l-eeusi s to piospeet for Coal  md J'etioleuni upon the following dosdibed  lands situate'111 Last Kooten iv on Stiivation  Cieek on the Lasl side of the I'I.ithe.nl Hnei,  and  tunning fioii  Hie   Hoiiuil.,i\   Line to two  miles Noith of It   I'oiiiniein ing at.i post on the Noith sideTif  I liu ( if ek inailcid A T Ivlikjutiitk s S^W  Coinei adjoining II C IJ.ikei s N WCoinei  post about one mile tioin tjio Uouiidn Lino,  llienee Noitli so 1 hams thenic- K.isi no chain 1  iliem e Soulli So oil uns thenee West ho chains, ,  to point of (oinineneeiii<'iii containing oil)  aeies  A 'J' ICIKIv PATRICK  Coiiimencing ai a post on the Noitli snte of  the etiek 111.11 ked II (' JJakei sN \y C01-,  ner adjoining S I.J li.iku sN L Coinei pOsl  llienee South 80 chains thence Last So chains  llienee Noi Hi 80 chillis llienee West So chains  to point of (oinim in tmeiii (outlining 040  ai-ies '  IILOII C   HUCCK  (.'(imiiieiiciiig.il   1  posl on the Noilli side of   1  of tliei-ieelt   marked    S   li   Hakei s N C   Loi-  nei     adjoining John S   Tin s s n Coinei post  llienee snuili s() t b.uns  tin in o West bo ch nils  theme North So chains  ihenie L.isl  80 chains  to   point  of    (ouimoiKcmeni   containing   (>I0  acres  S   It  Maker  Commeneiiig .11  a post on the Noun side of  '  the cieek 111,11 ked   John S   Tans  S   L    Coinei       adjoining  A    T    Iviikp miek s   S   W  Coinei   post   llienee Noilli  s0 chains  llienee  Wesi    80    (hams ^ thence    South   80 chains  thence  Last 80 chains  to point of commencement containing iilil u-ies  ' JOHN S TAIT  Commencing at .1 point on the Uoundai\ Line  marked ' W M Kiikpaiuck s S L Coi noi",  about 0111 1n1le.1111I01iL-b.1lr in a .South West  direction fiom A T ICnkpaiiiek s .South West  Corner posl, tlienci Noith So chains thenee  West So chains, thenee Souih 80 c hams, thenee  l-'ast 80 chains (,to point ol lomiiifiiceinent  containing rtto.u ics , ,  W   M    ICJRKI'ATRICIC  Notice to Delinquent Co-owners.  Tollenn Rose and Waltei Sully 01 to .mv  pcison 01 pei sons to whom ne 01 the\ may  have tiansferred his 01 then lnteiosts In the  Ashland mineial claim situate on the west  foikoftheSt Man s nvei, in the Foit Steele '  mining division of J:.istKooton,i> and lecoided  in the Reeoidei s olllee at roil Steele ,  You  and each of \ou  aie heieby notiiled  that I  have expended  since  Novembei,  1S04,  and to dale (siv hundiedandsoienteen tloll.nsj  111 laboi  and  unpimoments   upon  the  above  mentioned mineial claim 111 oidti to hold said  mineral cl 11111  mulct    the   piovistons  of  the  Mineral Act    And if within  ninety dais fiom  the date or this nonce >\011  fail  01   icfusc 10  (Oiiliibule jour pouion  or such expeudituics  logelhei with all costs or adveiUsing \oui   interests in said claim will become llio  piopeil\  *  or the suhsciibei underseetioii4or.nl Act entitled     An   Ael  to   Amend  the Mineial  Act  1100  .1   H   WlilOIIT  Daled at Toil Steele tins isih day   of  Julv,  I'KII J(|-4i  The economical features oi: Llio  proposed north .arid south  rail-       of Cod Liver Oil,  ',. (Trade Mii'rli.)   . "������'.:!-  For Lung Troubles,  Severe Coughs, Colds,  Emaciation, ccc, &c.  Few Byeteins can aBsimilalcpure Oil, hut  us combined In "The 1).* 1..", it in pleaBant  nnd digestible. Will build you up; Will uild  solid pounds of lleah ; Will bring you back  to health.  50c. uud 81.00 bottlen.  DAVIS & LA WHENCE CO., Llmitc-iC  I The PROSPECTORS3 EXCHANGE '  ^ UO. '4   K^-W...-G.   BLOCK,   NELSON,   B.C. , '   *.'      ��  (B Gold.   Silvci'-Leuil  anil Cojipor Minos wanted at'tlic. J3XCHANGI5.  ^ 'VRIilK  'MILL'TNG" GOllil).���'jjiroperties  warit.ud  at onee ror.EasU'.rti  3,   investors.    :       .. .'  ��� Pat'ties havino-   mini no- ��� projiorty   for sale tiro- req nested   lo-send  samples (if their ore- to thci ICXGIlANGE for exhibitioin '������      ���     ;  We desire to heat' from   prosp.ti.ctiors'wlio. have  promising-  mineral  i-.lainis in British Columbia. .     '   : '    ,  , .   ' ."       j; .    .  'l?i'0!j'p(v;!;orsi,   ami' minUi<z' ni in   are  requested  to   malce. the  .RX-.  GHANGH tiieii-heaiJiliiai-Lers.wlion in Nelson. ,  All samples should ho. sent bv express, PREPAID.   , $  Corresiiondein'C solicited..    Address all eommunieat.ions to' . ;  ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER,  Telephone No.  104-.      P. ('. Uox 700. XKLSON, 11. 0.  NOTICE.  Sixty days ulier dute I intend to apply to  the Chief Commissioner of h-ands and W01 lis  for permission to eut and carry away timber  from the following described land In Soulli-  lSust Ivootenny. CoiuincuutiiK ul a post about  thiee chains east of thd Golden road, nnd between the HJ and :I5 mile post, thenee east 10  chains, thence north 80 chains, thenee west 81)  chuiiis, thence south 80 chains, thenee east -Ml  chuiiis 10 place of commencement, eontainini.'  M0 acres more or less.  A. 11. CRACK.  :����       Dated this Hlh day of September. IsXH.  NOTICE.  Sixty days nftei dute I intend to apply in  the Chier Commissioner or Lands and works  foi permission to eut and carry away timbei  riom the follow Iiik described land in South-  linst Ivootenny. CommcncciiiK at n post abonl  three chains east of the Golden road between  the M and m mile post, thence east -10 chains,  thence south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,  thence north 80 chains, thence e-a.st 40 chains to  placed commencement conliiitnnn ti-to aeies  more or less.   <\   . ���  ���  ,.      .-''..''-���'   .!.'��� A. IIARVKY.      1- ��� "-���  :��(    ,' Dated this Hlh dayor September, IWI.  & 60.  General     Merchants  PpUT. Stkblk, B. C.  Fruit  CONFJSCTTpNKKY'  Stationeuy  Cigars.    .".-  Post Office  Stoke.  notice.  NOTICE Ih HKRKBY OIVKN thai we the  undcisigned intend SO days after the tlist publication or this notice or ns soon'theieuftei is  the application can be heaid to apply to Ihe  Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Woil.s  ul I-'ort Steele foi licenses to piospeet for Coal  and Petroleum upon the fnllnujni; desenbed  lands, situate 111 Bast Ivootena\ on the hast  side or the Flathcid River on Akamunuin 01  Klsliiincen Creek, iiinmnir fiom the Moundaiv  r.ine to about rom miles North of it  Commencing alii poston the Noith bank of  the cieek, marked 'II W l.anosS W Coiner', -adjoining O H Kiikpalueks N W  Corner post, thence North 80 chains thence  KastSOchains llisnee South "jo chains lhcnce  West 80 chains to point of ( ommeneemeut con-  lalniiiL.' MO acies  II   W   I.AN'K  ('(nnnienciiiK al a post on the Noith bank or  cieek. marked (! Ii ICIrkpati ic U s N %V C'nr-  nei". (idjoininu Mrs M 1^ Lane s N 1. Conn 1  post, llienee South 80 chains thence l^ast Sn  chains, thence North SO chains, thenee Wesi ��o  chains 10 point or commencement, containing  Mft aci es.  (J   11   KIRKJ'VriUClY  C'oinmciH-.iiiK at a posl on the Nouh bank or  the clock, maiked 'Mis M V. l.ane s \T I.  Corner", adjoiniiiK !���> I' ll.illuli.nisS i: Corner post, thence South 80 chains, theiKf^ West  8>)'chalus. thence Noi th HII chains, thence Kast  80chains to point of commencement, (onl.nn-  imr K-Kliicres.  M i: I.ANI.  CoiniiiciiciiiK at a post on the Noith bank or  Ihe creek, innrked 1) !���' llalUhau s s, 1; ^or.  ntr", mljoiniiiir H W l.ane s S K ( 01 i.er post  lhcnce North Wlilmliis thence West Wl cliains  tliencc Soulli so chains llicin e Hist 80 < hams  to point of commencement 1 out iininjr Din  acres.  U  K  IIAI.I. \HA\-  Coiimienciin:-at a posl (in the North side of  the creek, marked "MaiKKiei A. G. Leckie's S.  W Corner", about three miles In a S., W.  direction from H. W. Lane's S. W. Corner posl.  thence North 80 chains, thence. Kast 80 chains,  thenoc South SO chains, thence. West 80 chains  to point of C(iminenc(jmcni. eontainini: llio  acres,  MAKCAKKT A. G. LKCIvIK.  Coiniiiencini; at a post oil the North side of  the creek,  marked  "George .Bradley's   S.  K.  Notice to Delinquent Co-owners.  To Georjre Vn,k, Robert Ueicl. Abner  B.iin and 1'eter Lutner  Oi in am pei son oi peisons to whom he or  the\ ma\ liaie li.nisfei ted his 01 then 111-  teiests 111 the Iviu^Snloiiion iniueial claim,  siiuate.it Leu is cieek on Tiae\ Mountain in  the Toil Steele niinini; du lsion of 15,1st ICoote-  n.i\ and recoicled 111 ihe Hecoulei s olllco al  Ton Steele U C  You ind each of \ou ne hoieb\ notiiled that  I haie expended since August nth I80<l two  hundied dollais in laboi and impiovements  upon the abo\e mentioned mineial claim under  the provisions or the Mineial Ael And if within in net} dais from ihe date or this nonce \ou  rail oi, icfuse to (ontiibule \oui pottion of  such expeiiduute totrethei with all costs of ad-  \eitism^ v>ui inteiesiin said elaini will become the piopeiti of the subset ibei undei  Section i of an Ael entitled An W 1 to Amend  the Mineial \ct  l��Ho  cu-Mii.i:s hii:linhurg  Dated al I'orl Steele this loth d i\ 01 August  1901. i>.^  Notice to Delinquent Co-owners.  To Stephen ^ ouni; 01 to an\ poison or  persons to whom he 01 llicv m.i\ ha\e nans-  fcired hisinteicsi in the J'lospeetoi sDieam  mineral claim situate at Wouvei creek in the  Foil Steele minim; du lsion of Kasl Kootenav  and ir corded 111 tin Ilia oidoi s oHicc .11 Toil  Steele  You and e.icli of \ou aie herebv notiiled  that I li.i\ee^]iend(d smee Auensi IDih |s<ir,  fo-ir hundied dollars in I.iboi mid impiove-  ipents upon the above mentioned mineial (1 nm  under ih< pioiisioiisoftbeMinei.il Act J,nd  if within nineu dijs fiom the date or this  nolue \ou rnl 01 lefuse to conn iliute voui.  poition of sii< li expenditme li-iKether with ,ill  ( osts of adveiilsinn loin intcii st in s nd cl iim  will beeoiiK the pinpiiu of tin subsinber  11111I1 r Se( lion I of an Ael entitlid An \el to  Anirud the Mini i.il  \cl. 1'KKi  Said pouion of ( \p( ndmire  to   be  jiinl  to  siihse rlber ill on Steele  ,1   S  J'.\lil\i:i{  Haled    at   Ton   SKele   this   I'M li   d i\   of  \1iKi1sl   ItKII i|.  NOTICE.  Tiki nollci si\tvd',s ifici date 1 intend  to ipph 10 tin r hief Coiuiiilssionei or Lands  and Works rot- permission to cut an J carry  away timber rrom the rollowiiiK described limd  in South-Hast Kooteniiy. Commencein-r nia  post planted nboil't .three, chains east of the'  Golden road between the :( .-ind ;n miicv post,  thence east -to chains, lhcnce north SO chains,  thence west SO chains, thence, south SO chains.  thence east -10 chains to place or comraenccnieil  eontainini; <M0 acres more or less.  JAMES GREER.  39      Dated this Nth day or September. IW1.  G s"J  tp  <*  THE PROSPECTOR, PORT STEELE, B. C,  NOVEMBER 23,  1901.  .T=��r  North Star Lodge  NO. 30.  X-. F, XKD A. M.      G. R. B. C.  FORT STEELE. B. C.  Ke^ular meetings���1st Tuesday in each  ujonrh at eight o'clock. Visiting Brethern are  cordially invited.  A. C. Nelson, Secretary.  ��Jj�� \$fX08p2JCtOt;.  SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER 23, 1901.  Rocky Mountain Chapter  NO.  125. R. A. M.  FORT STEELE, B. C. -  Reg-ular meetings���2nd Tuesday in  e*eh month at. eight o'clock.  Visiting- . Bretherni' are   cordially  invited.  R. L. T. Galuraith Scribe E.  Professional.  Geo. S. Mc-Carter. '   J. A. Harvey  HARVEY A McCARTER  Barrister*,  Solicitors,  Ifotaries Public,  Conveyancers etc.  '     , FORT  STEELE, B. C.  '     REVELSTOKE STATION and GOLDEN  t>  COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY      MADE.  ���TTTTTTTTnTTTTTTTTTTnTTTTTTTTnmmnTTTTTm*  | LOCAL NEWS. 1  R. L. T. Galbraith, Indian  agent, went to Tobacco Plains  on official business oil Tuesday.  Colonel and Mrs. Henderson  were in town on Monday.'  The Fort Steele Hospital is  one of the best equipped hospitals in the Kootenays.   ,  There was a meeting of tlie  License Commissioners at Moyie  on Tuesday.  After Work or Exercise  tired   MHK'  I   BX^&I      I  re-   ��� ^m B  ���%^^&Vl_H  movea     smr-   n ���* ^^* ���*��� J�� Ml^W*^  ne^ti and f-tilt-   Hmmrngf  jie.��i�� ��iid "ivi- the 1 ndi n feelnii; or comfort and  r-f I ei(|4tll. *  D.in't tnkir ll.e weak, watery wllcli liuiel  ptep��ratior.�� scpri-ieittcd to be "ths .sam;  as" Ponil'j lixiract, which easily .sour and  generally contain "wood alcohol," a deadly  palson. o  A number of Steelites  visited  Marysville during the past week  OT. R. ROSS  Barrister       -      -  ',   Solicitor  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER.   ���  Colonel Sauders and L. P.  Williams", Spokane, wore at' the  Imperial on Monday.  J. A. Harvey who has been  ill during the past three weeks is  now on the road to recovery.  ��� The Fort ^Steele Flour and  Feed Store have just received a  car of wheat, bran, shorts, chops  oats, etc. n Prices are trending  towards a sharp advance, therefore now is the time to buy a  winters supply. ,   *  Fort  Steele, ���'/?., 0  Fort Stcblv Divir.opMKNT Syndicate Ltd  131 Leadenball Street, London. England.  N. A. WALLINGER,  FORT STEELE.  POST OFFICE  BOX 8.  THOMAS    Mc  VITT.IE  rf1  Only another week to Si.  Andrew's Day and nothing has  been , done yet by the Scot's of  Steele for old Scotland.  St. Jolm's Church of England.  Services will be held in the  Church of.,St. John the Divine  every Sunday morning at 11 a.m.  Holy , Communion the third  Sunday in each month at 8 and  11 a. m.  Strangers are welcome;  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH.  Christian service will bo conducted in the Presbyterian  Church by the Pastor Rev. D.  McK. Reid, B. A. every Sabbath  evening at 7:30. Sunday School  at 2 p.m.  ' All are welcome to our services  ���        ,      , I,   ���       .u  Save yourSnowshoe Tags.   '  The mo��icf>opular brand of Chewing-  Tobacco in Ciinadu toduv, is "Pay  Roll". Every plug- of "PaV Roll"  bears a "Snowshoe'' Tiij,'. Consumers  should save these tags, us valuable'presents are given for theni. Whou vou  buy "Pay Roll" Chewing-, Tobacco,  ask your dealer for our new" illustrated  premium catalogue. , Tags are good up  to January 1st, 190.'J. '  ASSAYING  C. P. Nicholson,  Peterborough, B. C.  (Licensed by Provincial Government.)  -   Gold and silver..  ..- $2.00  Silver and lead   2.00  Gold, silver and Copper  .'{.00  Gold, silver, lead and eoppcr.. 4.00  Samples  left  with  Carlin &  Durick  will receive prompt attention.    ,  East Kootenay       jm/  Bottling Co:  o        ^^  fleraiBd waters  '     ' Of all kinds.  Syrups, Champagnes, Ciders,  , Ginger Ales, Etc.    ���  The  Canadian BanK of commerce  , J.  Peirce  of Calgary  was at  the Imperial on Wednesday.  S.  McDougal.   Fernie.   was  a  visitor at Steele on Thursday.  Port Steele B.C.  filMSSICK   ft   OEMPSEY.  CONTRACTORS  ���    " '    AND     '  BUILDERS.  01 Poi't   Steele   B.C ' <  Skaving $����� Hair Dressing Parloi  Next to o'rionul llotel  FORT   STEELE, B. C.    -  'r- *��� ,  All kinds of hair work <  a specialty.  ��� There has been mueh talk about.  Pyny-Balsam, ihe greatest modern  remedy for coughs and eolds. Tt cures  quickly and certainly. ' 25c. of all dealers'. Made by proprietors of Perry  Davis' Pain-Killer.  It's all over the district, beau  tiful weather.  J. T. Laidlaw returned from ^a  visit to Cranbrook on Wednesday.      l   - ; ���      ���  A.J GREZ,  Proprietor  H. C. Killeen visited  Thursday.  Elko  on  ��� Send for the special mining  edition of The ' Prospector,  which will be issued on December 28th. -  Eastern' parties  are  again in  the district seeking timber.  '   Hotel Arrivals.  IMPlCRUjL,:   . ��   -  E. J. Saunders; Spokane  L.F. Williams  ,P. Hogan  C. W."Hul] and   wife, , Toledo,  Ohio.  '  D. Henderson and wife. Ranch  G. W. Lucas, Town  ���. '' .  A. J'. Breen, Minneapolis  G. E. Hargreaves  T. Wallace     J  C. P. Nicholson, Wild Horse.  Sodu  water in  siphons,  economical way to handle it.  The  most  HEAD OFF1CE--TORONTO.  Paid up Capital *K,000,UOO: Reserve'Fund $2,000,000:  Aggregate Resources Over^C5,000,000.  London Office; (10 Lombard Street, IS. C.  New  Vork Office: 1�� Kxchsingc l>lace.  And <S8 brandies in Ciinada, the United Slates aniPHritish Columliia.  St  St  Hi  *  *  *  at  Cranbrook Branch.  HUBERT HAINES, Manager.  *  Kootenay *  Boundary Line  o Tobacco  Plains,  B.C.  R. O. Jennings returned from  the Windermere district on  Thursday.  Iw.  COH1N  TAILOR  AND IMPORTER OP  FINE WOOLLENS  Rocky Mountain Avenue  Fort Steele, B. G.  Fort Steele  Diamond Jubilee  Hospital  mss rot-sow.  hatkon:  Graduate of St. Lukes Hospital.  'Vancouver. U. C  This Institution has been recently  enlnvg-ed by a new wing- which is now  open for reception of patients. For  terms apply to ' (  No new cases of small-pox are  reported this week in towns  south of the boundary line.  -R. L. T. Galbraith. Indian  agent, is expected home- from  Tobacco Plains today.  The road gangs all over tlie  district have been called in.  . Albert Banks, Perry creek, is  at the Fort Steele hospital quite  ill:  News Notes.  Nelson, B.  C.���A .meeting of  representatives^    of' silver-lead  mines in British Columbia is  to  c *- - "���'  be held in tho office of the London and B. C. Goidfields' in Nelson, on Wednesday, the 4th day  of .December. ,   - _���  New York.--Chauncy M... De-  pew says that his wedding will  take place on Christmas Day.  Anaconda, Mont.���A Great  Northern freight tram collides  with a freight train near Ciil-  bertson, resulting in ten killed  and 28 injured. ���' ���     .    -  CHAS.   P.   CAMPBELL.  Undertaker  ���     ',.   and  ��� Kmbalmer  Graduate   of   Champion  College   of    tlie'   United  States.. '��� '     "  Upholstering and  General'  Furniture Repairing.''  All Work Guaranteed.  Telegraph or  Mail  Orders'  Promptly Atteuded to.  Hotel ** *  JULES HUREL Proprietor. J  , fiOOD   'accommodation   pop,  travkllt'no    mkn0    ^  1   ' A First Class Home 'ijjr'  Good Stable.   Rigs of all kinds.    Saddle and Pack Horses  X  Head Office ,  40 QriiisN -Victoria St.,  London, - England.  fiRT.TTsrr Columiua Office  ' Foht Steele, n.' c.  C. M. Edwards,  Cen'i. Manaoeu. "  Cranbrook,  P. O. Box 127.r  NOTICE.   ,  Notiee is hereby jriven that Man&iield  & Cotterell. Tohaeconists at Fort Steele  B. C, have turned over their business  to C M. Keep of same .place. All  accounts dye stiid Mansfield.& Cotterell'  will be paid to -T. A.-,Harvey, at Fort  Steele, a<rcnt, for O. M.^Keep. ' "  C. M. KEE^.  Dated.at Fort Steele. September 28th  1901. '       .'        -;'   -   -'���  MINLKAL ACT.  ��' (FOHM  F.)  CKHTIFICATE OF IMPUOVEMKNTU.  NOTICE.  Emil  Banks  came down from  Perry creek on Wednesday.  The government auditor, Mr.  Goepell, found the affairs of the  district in a most satisfactory  condition. '   .  It i.s now up to Uncle  Sam   to  build the Panama Canal.  Freight" teams are kept busy  hauling in supplies from the  Junction.  Shrewsbury Mineral  Claim.  Situate in the Fort Steele Mining Division of  Kust Kootenay District.  Where located:���On the main fork of the St'  Mary's River, about six miles east of the  Kootenay Lake divide.  Take notice that I, Theodore Beauchanip acting as agent for George Urquhnrt Free Miner's  Certilicate No. II H6936, Henry B. Thomson  Free Miner's Certificate Xo. B 50108-and Henry  A. Barton Free Miner's Certilicate No. II 50931,  intend, sixty days from the date'' hereof, to  apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certilicate  of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim. ,  Ancl further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 28th day of .November, A. D. 1901.  17- T. BKAUCHAMF.  J. TAENHAUSER  WATCHMAKER   and   JEWELER  Engraving  Riverside Avenue,  Fort Steele, B. C.  itUt��w��t��utuunnMtiMMMMni  30,000 Acres Farm Lands  *��� i ^  ,    T'n the, far famed Kootknay, Valley for '��>.\Li2 on easy , terms  jof payment.    Pricks   S:2.f>Q   Pioit   acke ,and _ upwards.    In  close",  proximity to1 the Citow's Niasr Railway.   ", '      v  ,    Lots inv the town of Elko are now on tlie market, prices $5Q,  and upwards'according to situation., ���   ' "    ,   ,     '      ' ���_{���  ��� r, _., ' . "   ��� ���' ' ,   < '       ���  -    -Elko   boasts of  the  biggest water   power, in "South   East  Kootenay, and   will be  the junction of "the Crow's Nost" Southern  Rail-way.    ( ���       '<���,        ,��   '     ��� ' \     .       >"     t" ,'  Correspondence Solicited.    . ~  ;   :  i  I  E. J. PELTIER.  1 '' ' '    ���    o  Wholesale  MISS   FOLSOM,  Matron.  J: F. Smith, See.  Fort Steele. B.C.,  T. 6. ftrmsirono  Port , Steele, B: C.       ,-'������  =���-, MANUFACTURER  OF  Tinware, Galvanized Iron, Sheet  Iron,   Stove  Pipes a>nd  Copperware  BUILDINGS HEATED and VENTILATED  Plumbing, Pipe  fitting  and   all  kinds of sanitary work  Air Tight-���Hot Blast Stoves  Hydraulic   and   Air   Pipes   for  Mines  . William Kidd, Frank Slager  and H. Ward are visiting Marysville this week'. . -'  W.   R.   Ross,   S.  Pernie on Friday'.  M'.,   was at  , G.us'Theis and Jack Thompson returned, to Perry creek, on  Monday. ;  F, W. Goepell, government  auditor, was at Steele during the  past, week engaged   in  checking  tip  government  affairs  district.  in ....this  Mr.    McDougal,    Halifax,     is  visiting friends at, Fort Steele.  SHKCIAL  JOS  WORK.  ATTENTION  PAID   TO  ��� One, fact, is hctt.er l.lian, ten, hcarsiivx.'  Auk Doctor I,inr<fe.ss, Snjil. Hospital for  Insario, Moiit.reiil. wlii'ro tlioy have  used - it for years, for his opinion of  '���'I'lie I). A- L"Menlliol' I'laster. Get  tlie ffeiiuine' iniuie liy Davis ��t r^aw-  rijnr.i- <..'o.. Ltd.  FARN   FOR  SALE  The'   Daisy   Ranch   situate  five miles south of Fort Steele.���  Twelve hundred acres under fence,  ,'!20 acres crown ^ranted, the'balance  held, under pre-emption. Good irrigation ditch, 150 acres of cleared land.  Will cut 150 tons of hay. .;.   .  /  For further particulars apply to  .  R. L. T. GALBRAITH, Fort'steele.  NOTICE.  Tdkc notice thut sixty (60) days,, after date,  we intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Worlih for permission to remove  obstructions and make improvements on Lamb  Creek, in order to make suid creek navigable  for logs according to Plans and Surveys fylod.  The only lands affected by said Improvements  other limn Government lands, are Lots 3801 and  2802 Group I, owned by A. T. Clark. The only  nater affected by Mild improvements is said  Lamb Creek.  The Rate of Toll proposed tocbe charged Is  Two Dollars (#'2.00) per Thousand feet, board  mcasu re.  Dated this 18th iluy of September, 1901.  118-    " TIIK MOY1K LUMHKK CO.  Liquor  Dealer  i <���  Cranbrook,   B. C.  When in the market for Liquors,  Wines, Cigars and SchiltzBeer  Dont go out of Kootenay for  you cau do bettor at homo by  consulting the big wholesaler  at Cranbrook.  e! J. PELTIER.   ''  FARM  For Sale. Consists of 283  acres of bottom land nirie  miles from Steele, joining- R. Mather's  Cherry Creek ranch. /This farm is  fenced, dwelling house,, stable, cattle  sheds, root house etc. Title perfect,  price $1200, which is less than cost of improvements. Apply' to F. A. Bale.  Fort Steele. B. C.   P.O. Box 810.  The deep placer mines on  furry and Weaver creeks wMll be  worked all winter.  MINKHAI, ACT,  l��lli.  ' (FORM ;F.j  .OKIITIKICATK Of  t.MPIlOVKMKNTS.  NOTICE. ���  "MIDAS"   MINERAL   CLAIM.  ���    Sltiiiite Ill the Fort Steele .Mining;- Division'  of JOast Kootenay Dlsli-lct.  Whore located: On lioultlui- CiceU, n trilni-  Liii-y or Wild llor.se Creek.  .Take notice Unit I, William It. lfoss, Free  Miner, Agent for' 1'. C. Andrews Free Miner.  It. .J. Mclvenzle Free' Minor and II. II. Ilrowne  Free Miner, Intend sixty days from thei date  hereof, to apply, to tlie Mining Ueeorder for a  Certilicate of, Iinprovenicnts, for the puijnoso'  of oliuiiulug n Ciowii OJrniil of the above  chum. ,..     '       "    .     ,       . '    ,  And furjher take notice that action under  section :'". must be coimncnced before the Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Duted this 5th day of August. 1901.  Si- W. K. ROSS.  NOTICE.  NOTICH IS 1IKHBBY OIVKN that hlity  days from the date hereof I Intend to upply to  the (!hiet Commisslniier of Lands and Works  Victoria. U. C , for a Sl'KCIAL LICKNSK to  cut and carry away limber from the following  described Crown Lands: ���  Commencing at a posl planted at a point  situate one mile-north of the North Kustcorner  of timber limit held under v'S. Lane's special  timber license, situate near Luke creek, East  ICboteriay. ���- Thence Kast eighty chains; thenee  North eighty chains; thence West eighty  chains; thence south eighty chains to the point  of commencement comprising in ail-about (140  acres of timber lands.   ; ,  �� Dated this 19th day of October, 1801  41- CHARLKS.E. FINCH, Applicant  TEACHER  WANTED  Holding u   First   Class  Certiflcute.  A Teacher wanted for the Fort Steele  Public School, to take charge of Senior  Division, a married man preferred.  Duties to commence after the Christmas holidays.    Apply to.  '    R. L. T. G ALBRA ITU.  Secretary Fort Steele School Hoard.  .November 1st, 1901.  Marysville.  B. 6  BALE',& SMALL,;  Proprietors $  Tho Pionoor Hotel.      Comfortablo Hodrooms.  First Class' Dining Room.  Best Domestic and Imported Liquors and Cigars.  SHORT LINE  BETWEEN  Horses   Ranched.  Horses ranched and fed hay at  $5 per month. Pasturage without hay  $i2 per month.    Apply  to-. :'.rf':"  PATRICK   QUIRK  Daisy'Ranch, Port Steele.  GEARY- & DOYLE.  Your attention is called to the  "Pioneer Limited "'.trains of the "Milwaukee & St Paul Railway." "The only  perfect trains in the world.'? *  You will find it desirable to ride oh  those trains when jroing- to any point in  the Eastern States or Canada. They  connect with all Transcontinental  Trains and all Ticket Agents .sell  tickets. ;  For further information, pamphlets,  etc, ask any Ticket Agent; or  R. L. FORD,   ..,���     C. J, EDDY   '}.��� ���  Pass. 'Ajrent. General Agent,"  SPOKANE. PORTLAND,  ;.. Liveru, Feed & Sale Stable.  '"..',-'���.;'.''' '���'  Fort-,Steel.e'P..O ::  ,.    ileg'ular  Daily  Stage  meets- a(r;  trains"at Fori. Steele .function. ������.-..  SADDLE & PACK MORSES.  1 KA'MINC.OI-- ALL KIN 11.* A'SIM-UMAI.TV-  ANDREW   NLI DIG  GONTRAGTGR     and    BUILDER  HOUSE AND SION I'ArN'I'INC!        '-  _. CA LOI M INI NO ami I 'A I' 10 It i IA NCI I NG<  PORT STEELE, B. C.      .-  All 'work promptly done.:  I  I  'Hi  n  |!-L  (111  lll'j  'In  M'  M  I  il  -I  4  i  'rim  1  m  I  ��1  ��1  m  4  <   ��stl  Hi-1  t)/i I  ���I'i  11  1  f  W  a  m  ���������-��� hk  ���'������ i%  ���' >����i  ::��   ,m  ' *^  %  '���;' ;!il  -J/  ,   ' d'l  'a'l  I

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