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The Prospector Oct 6, 1900

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 Libra!;. of f>;r A-j  ��  14/ jfc  | Devoted lo the upbuilding ��  * I  $ OF   FOnT   STEELE.      ,   ��  * *  '#   Mnrii'iH'iiriViit   iii    I'olili     +  * t  * *  # �� "ll     *  # --      *  *s *  # 41  ** THE   PROSPECTOR  CON-   *  'ir .                                                 m  # TAINS ALL  PUBLIC NO-       ��  # *  # TICES AND GIVES THE          *  ���* IK  # LATEST TELEGRAPHIC *  # ��  #��� AND LOCAL NEWS.                , *  % i            *  #v&##��&#-&&&#'x��-#*#*##m##m  f *  Vol. G.  FORT STBBCB,  B.  C, SATC/7?D^y, OCTOBBR G, 1900.  No 40.  Now Advertisements To-aay.  lll'llll- ��  llllM'll  l>.l|/<' 3  News Notes.  - On the road lo Siiing' Fu, 1lie  emperor and em press dowager  wont hungry and were penniless  iheir- miijosties suffered groat  hardship, having scarcely any  food for Ihrhe days.  It has been' officially announced that Lord I'oborls has boon  appointed comma ndoi'-in-e.liief of  Iho British army.  ^ If is expected Ihjit Ilie collieries will resume work lliis week,  wages of the strikers ' has been  advanced ten per cent. Oper-  aloi-s promise to hear lhe complaints of employee's.  One legation lias left Pekin.  Russia was Ihe'firsf lo move  diplomats (o Tientsin.   _.  English, French iind Germans  have not boon" instructed to  evacuate.  -' General Ohalfco is milking  �� prepa rat ions Cor' lhe immediate  withdrawal ol American troops.  The news of ihe' American  withdrawal caused a' sensation  among tho powers.        (  The allied   commanders  have  decided to dispatch   a   combined  land and naval lorcc loShau-liai-  kwan, on the dull' ol   Lino lung.  The     United     Slates    cruiser,  Brooklyn will be ihe only American warship in (he expedition?  ,       A Santo Pee express  was  de-  ' railed b.yysproadi'ug  rails  a   few  miles south ol GuLherio, Oklahoma, tcars smashed,   two persons  killed and a dozen injured.  ,   ' The   Mikado   lias   summoned  "Tto to form,a cabino'l. "owiiig  t"o  the resignation of tho Tamagala  ministry. -   -' ...  The ruin of. Tientsin i'is "com.-  plele, natives are "either dead "or  in hiding,.their hinds devastated,  villages wiped out, and there is  a''fear of a famine wlien winter  sets in. A   , ' r  A severe storm on tho Mexican  coast wrecked  several   vessels,  , among them the bark Planet.  Kruger reproaches Slcyn, and  said in substance1, ,1hal after  the  battle, of  Maehadodor'p llial he  knew'the'Struggfe' was hopeless'  \ and counselled   moderation;' but  that     Steyn'      over-ruled      his  councils.        ~ '"'  Twenty million dollars was  appropriated by tho United  Stales government for increase  of the navy,, covering both construction and engineering work  - on ships already authorized.  The Times, in an editorial  reference, to the appointment of  Lord Roberts as commander-in-  chief, hints that Lord Kitchener  will come home to assist him at  his new post.  < Lieutenant llobsbn has applied  to lhe navy department for' six  months leave of absence because  of trouble with his eyes. "  It is reported that the slayer  of General Lawton, was a deserter of the American army. Oeneral Pillar and an American  were in command of lhe insurgents on that day.  A plot lo assassinate President  McKinley is on foot, men are  said to be in Canton, or on their  way there wiih that purpose in  view.  Kwang lieu, emperor of China  has addressed a message to Emperor William of Germany, offering lo alone for the murder of  the German minister. Von  Keillor.  The general election has resulted in a victory for lhe Conservatives, a partial list of seats  give the Conservatives I I.'i, Liberals 'lO Nationalists JS. The  Conservative's have gained (i  seats.  The amount of gold sent 0111 of  Alaska, to dale, this season, as  per ..consular invoices; 'is,$L^,-  500,000. It is. possible that about  ��250,000 lias gone out without  any record.     .       ,  Favorable news, indicating  that a com pi e.l e agreement as to  China is in sight, lias, been received.    The. powers are placing  themselves in position 10 lake  advantage of the opening made  by the United States, Russia and  I'Yance !iro already in line, mid  Germany finds that there is iiolh-  ing inconsistent with imperial  aspirations, and it is thought  Ihat a formal war mav bo  avoided.  The parade of lhe striking  miners af Wilkesbarrio, Pa., was  llio greatest/labor demonstration  held in uoi-lh-easterii Pennsylvania, over lli,00(l; coal miners  marched.  Thieves entered the Vatican,  forced a safe and carried 'off securities worth .'17.O0O lire, and  ."..000 lire in silver.  <��� ���, ��� r  Tin; Spokane Industrial Exposition opened on Thursday,  'there was over .S,(500 paid admission. This is (he largest opening day attendance in the his-  iory of Ihe an 11 ual"fair  The Republicans in the United  Slates claim two hundred and  'twenty--i.v oleclorial votes for  McKinley, ,  An Alabama mob chased a  negro with bloodhounds,' caught  him and burned hiin'al'tho'slako  Tho victim cnnfosseil that he  had committed a criminal assault  on sevoraj while-women. ,'  , In consequence of the' Boers  capturing a convoy of Natal volunteers between" IJciuger's Drift.  . .'i , - r>  and Blood "river, burning several  wagons and capturing the escort,  lhe intended home going of the  Natal volunteers / has been indefinitely postponed. This has  caused a painful impression  throughout the colony.  "Sir Red vers Buller,'" says the  .Daily flail's", correspondent! at  Pielermaritzburg, ''will return  to England, l.hear, with Lord  TRobcrts, "and ^Lord..- Kilchener  will remain' in Ylio "chief command in South Africa.  CARBONATE CROUP.  Political Campaign. ,  The   Liberals   of" Vancouver  have renominated Geo. R.  Maxwell, M. P.,as their  candidate in  the coming ele.ct.ion.  f   The Conservatives have nominated Mayor Garden. M.P..P,  *-' Ralpir'Smith, M.P.P. is to con  .test Nanaimo as an Independent  Labor candidate.    .W. Sloan has  been nominated as  an   Independent Liberal." 'John Brydcn is the  Conservative candidate. "  Mr.     MacNeil      Conservative  o -* -  candidate for Yale-Cariboo is  handicapped by lack of lime, ll  will bo impossible'fo.r him lo go  over the wholeconstituoncy. The'  people as a rule like lo become  acrpiainted with their candidate.  Mr. Galliher the Liberal candidate is in the same fix. so that  honors arc easy. ���        < '  A Larfj'o Amount of Work Done. -  Tho lVoneity Showing' up "Well.  On ihe divide between the  norlh fork of Wild llor.se'and  Dioi;ite creek, a ���> t ributary of  Sheep creek are located the well  known Carbonate and John Mull  group of claini.s, of which not  jiiucli has been said regarding  thorn during the sen son, lhe  owners have been busy and have  accomplished a largo amount of  worl; which is showing the property up lo good advantage,,  John P. Larson in an interview gave iho following inter-  osting information regarding the  work which has been done dur-  tho season.  Mr.   L'irson   snid:      -'Most   of  the  worlr  'during   the   summer  has been devoted to the Carbonate group, upon which   we'  have  driven four tunnels, Number one  i.s now in '.10 feel with a showing  of  one   fool   oi   me   111 tlie face,  Ihis tunnel and the  other  llirco  have been driven on   the  lodge,  the opening is \l'>2 leet below the  summit.  "Number  two  tunnel  is  in   I.")  feel, showing the same,   whllh   of  ore as in Number one, this is in;i  ,1'eet below the Number  one   and  ."JI." loot below Ihd summit. Open  cut Number one shows the same  ore,      this    work     is   ' *0    foot  below"   Number     two     tunnel  and  :J1).")   leet   from   the summit.  Oil Number two 7ti  fool   below  Number   ono   cut, and    17.1    feel  from the summit shows  the  ore  body to be of the same width  as  in the upper openings.   .    *    <���  ,   In tunnel three,.now in 27> feel  there  is  one   lobT'of  solid ore.  this is 50 I'ooL below Number two  cut and 5^;j feel below,  tho  summit.    Tunnel Number tour is  in  shaft in -n northeasterly direction; at this point an open cut of  15 feet was made and ihe ore  chute was two feet wide.  Next, summer we will run a tunnel towards t.he shaft, and when  that point is reached, will give  us a vertical depth of 550 leet.  There is about 70 tons of ore ou  the dump.  BATTLE WITH ASHANTIS.  No Boodle For Krug-or.   '  Great, 13 ri til in has soul a note  to the Dutch government, according lo a dispatch from  Amsterdam to tho Daily'Mail,  which contains a warning that if  Mr. Kruger is allowed to carry  bullion or state archives on  board the. Dutch warship which  i.s to bring him lo ICuropo it will  bo regarded as a, breach of neutrality on Ihe part of the Nether-  hinds.  Tho Political Conditions,  The Liberal party say, thai  the opposition is .making but  little impression upon the country in its attempt to convict the  government of being an absolute  failure during the last lour years  and predict a splendid triumph  on the day of election.  Tho Conservative parly, denounce the expenditure of large  sums by lhe present government  as unwarranted, also that its regime has been one of exlra.va-  gance, and.failure, and claim an  ovei whelming triumph on election day.  Over confidence is very  when, figured up'.���.after tin:  lion by Ilie winning parly,  solid hard work, thorough organization/ stricV and untiring  attention to details, and unflagging-energy'until the.last, vole  is polled, will surely win. .  good  elec-  Good  li'O feet .-.bowing'au eight foot  lodge with ore and lodge matter.  This', tunnel is 226 feol- below  Number three and ��� 7-13, feet  lrom the summit. Number  three cut shows IS inches of ore  and 330 feet below Number four  tunnel and 1070 feet from the  summit. So you can see we have  not boon idle this summer.  Wo intend as early in the  springes possiblcto resume the  work, starling a now tunnel and  run on the ledge and thoroughly  open up tho properly. On all of  ,the dumps we have about 75  tons of shipping ore which will  average from ��75 to ��100 per ton  besides n, largo cpianlit.y of concentrating ore. Tho country  rock is lime porphyry andquart-  zito. the walls in all of tho tunnels are phorphry and quarl/.ito  and, are xvcH defined The  property is about-0 miles from  Port Sleele. and is easy of access, with ten miles of wagon  road and eight miles of ,trail  built by the irovorninoiit and  seven miles yet. to build, although the seven miles is fairly  good.  There is an abundance of timber for all mining purposes, and  water within three fourlhs of a  mile from the camp, sufficient to  run any amount of machinery.  The trails to the different open  ings are of easy grade and a man  can go to any of Ihe tunnels on  horseback. J forgot, lo mention  that, in running Number four  tunnel only two shots were li red.  A cabin 1^x2-1 has been built,  and trails all about the property  for about two miles.  1 am of the opinion wo have  done as much work" as any one  Ihis summer, considering the  fact that for a large portion of  the lime only two men besides  niysell  were employed.  We  have   loll   provisions  enough to last three   men   for   two  go   in early  Washington LuUur,  ���Washington, I). C,   OH.   L ���  Most people here can  see  little  dilforenco between  German and  American ideiTs-ol 'dealing  wiih  Chin'a,    ' Germany   proposes  to  insist   on  1he  surrender, of the  criminals before the negotiations  begin and the United Stales and  Great Drituin   propose  to  insist  on   their  surrender, before   the  negotiations end.,   This is plainly largely a 'difference  between  tweedledum    ��aiid     tweedledoe.  The American idea avoids  milking a precedent which might return  to plague  the nations laLcr  and 'also  allows   President McKinley to pose as being  adverse  lo war until   after  the  election,  now only live or six  weeks distant, c   Pui-llier,   il  allows  time'  for  the  battleships   now   under  orders   for  Chin'a   lo  get there.  Why they are being sent, no one  seems  to  know.   ' It i.s  evident  they are not lo be  used   against  the Chinese, 'who have  nothing  worthy of their consideration.,'  The facts seem to be that certain nations, Germany  for  one,  * 1     r  roally desire to- partition China.  M" this be so, it would bo to' Germany's advantage lo make 11 de:  niand that, would not be granted  and thereby bring on a war .before eithei"lhe United Slalos or  Great Britain is in a position to  interfere. Tn a few months,, the  .United States ships will be there  tho election will be over and McKinley free to act, while the  British- troops, now locked up in  South Africa will probably beat  least on- their way 710 China.  Germany it'must be remembered,  i.s in a somewhat different .position from the- nations, and will  be obliged lo demand and secure  some substantial reparation for  the murder of her Minister at  Pekin. She will hardly be satisfied with pecuniary indemnity  because that savors too much of  blood money, and the Berlin authorities probably ��� find it �� em  barrassing to determine just  what course shall bo pursued lo  secure adequate^ reparation.  Germany, it is' said, chas never  given assurances to this  or  any  Willcock's Column had Eeavy Work  to   Perform.  London,   Oct.   A.���A   dispatch  lo   the  Morning  Post  from TC11  lnassi reports that heavy .fighting took place  last   Sunday  between Wilfcoclc's column and the  Ashantis at.  Abu   Aslm.      After  heavy    fighting,    the   dispatch  says,   the  British  column made  an   effectual attempt   to  charge  the Ashanti positions,   but   were  obliged lo retire and resume  the  rifle  duel   while  a\vuiling0 reinforcements,,    IOvontiially,   after  hard   work,   Colonel 'Willcock's  force   completely  captured   the  position and occupied the village  of Is'nashu without more opposition.    Recently the British  car  riod three otjior villages  al  the  point of (he bayonet and ��� burned  them.    Seventy   Ashantis   were  killed. <'  The Brilish losso's were  Major'Meliss and Captain Luard  severely wounded: three officers  slightly , wounded,    three   men  killed and 2& others wounded.  A   Hying column  of  S00 men  }     ���    ���'    -^ 1  with two guns ,was sent Monday  in pursuit of the enemy.  .NOTICE.'   '  A meeting of the Liberal-Conservative Association of Fort  Sleele will bo held at. JJoalc'&  El well's office 011 Saturday evening the (ith of October at R p. in.  All Conservatives are asked to  rally to the mooting and help on  the party.' ,    '  . _ In times of war as in times of  peace, the Conservative party  stands by the flag.  TUOS. T. MoVITTlE,  .     " ��� ,       PUHSIUHNT.     _  Port Steele Liberal-Conservative Association.  ���  Railway Notes. ''  Honorable Richard McBride  of New Westminister/and. Dewd-7  ncy, Minister'of Mines,' when on  a recent visit to the town of  Chilliwack. which is the trading  center ol a great, mining district,  is reported as having said in a  speech, that actual work would  bo cominouccd 011 a railway from  the coast to the mining "districts  of Yale and Kootenay within  twelve months. Ll i.s taken for  granted that the present. Provincial Government intend al the  next session of the legislature  to introduce a measure that will  help on the good work.  nei near the camp, is in (50 feel,  Number two further .up the  mountain is in -10 feet and the  upper one '.'0 feet. The ore  carries gold, silver and copper.  Tn running the tunnels we are  gaining depth rapidly. We are  well pleased with boih the development and the showings  The group is located 70H(i feet  above sea level and they are in  the land of perpetual snow.  Work will be resumed as early  in tho spring as possible. We  will then be able to employ 11  men to advantage.  "On the White Swan another  property near by we have a  shaft down ��2.feet, this ore, carries gold and silver with a small  percentage of copper.''  Mr. Kesler declined' to give  onl the value of the ore as given  in the assays, saying the assays  were perfectly satisfactory. Lie  left for Spokane on Wednesday.  In and About Kimberley.  The Sullivan mines are'now  doubling .the capacity of their  plant'by adding-five drills to  Iheir compressor. The plant  wasoriginally'intended for ten  drills-but only five were installed. ,The addition of five drills  means a' largely increased om-  put.  The newtstrike on the Sullivan  hasopened up a better grade of  ore than any yet encountered in  the mine. Prom hO'Xo (50 tons of  ore are going oul daily from the  mine. ' .   ,  The siding at the' Norlh Star  ore bins above Kimberley, is to,  be lengthened in order to accom  modato' more cars needed,' in  view of increased shipments.  Plxlra'-trains are being run id  Kiinberloy-,l()-haul -out -the ore.  eight'trains a week being required. The North Slar Company  recently paid a three 'per cent  dividend amounting,to ��.'17.500.  PEACE WITH CHINA.  111011  ami  hs so  we  can  ,tarl Ihe work.  .ioiin nri.L cjiorr.  Considerable work has been  done 011 the John Bull group, an  incline shall wa.s sunk -15 feet in  ore, the ledge at 2"> feet was 7 feet  between walls, work was discontinued m order to develop the  Carbonate; group. Late in the  fall the property was prospected  on the surface '..aiid the ledge  was  found -,7oO  feet below   the  other government that, she does  not desire any territorial indemnity. "   St. John's Churcli of Engla'nd.  Service every'Sunday evening  at 7:30 p. m.  On the  first Sunday  of  each  month  service  and   Holy  Coin-,  munion at 11 a. m.  Rev. C. A. Procuntkh.  Vicar.   -  PUKSJiYTKKIAN  CHURCH.  Christian service will bo conducted in the Presbyterian  Church-by the .Pastor Rev. D.  McK. Reid, 13 A. every Sabbath  evening al 7:.'!0. There will also  be a service every other Sabbath  morning at 11 o'clock. Sunday  School al 1^ a.m.  All are welcome lo our services  A Rough Gang Broken Up.  Constable Barnes has succeeded in breaking up a tough gang  at 'Athalmar, this gang porJorin-  ed the dastardly act of blowing  up a Chinese laundry, injuring  several of the occupants. Two  men. Herbert McKnight. and  Prcd Cromplon I'liavo left the  Province, and crossed Ihe border  lo avoid arrest. The billowing  extract lrom the Outcrop, speaks  well for Officer Barnes-  "All    credit     is   due   Officer  Barnes   for  ihe  skilful   way he  has  handled   this  difficult    case  and   who .would   doubtless have  all .'..implicated   now   iii   custody  had the two men been  capluiyil.  He complains  bitterly  of  some  prominent men   who  refused  to  assistiiini. in iii-i. work;   and ��� ex-  1;    '      ���        ���    ������  peels   to   leave   for   his houio in  Fort Steele next \veek."     '-'  Windermere District.  The Paradise group of mines  in the Windermere district will  soon become a shipping mine.  Contracts have been made and  signed, whereby tho navigation  company are to deliver the ore  at Golden. c Work has already  started on a sleigh road up Toby  crook.  u  The Silver Dell group will  work all winter. The work will  consist of a shaft, and on the  Silver Crown a tunnel will be  run. The work will be in the  nature of development, but ore  will be taken out at'all time��.  and shipments will be made.  The Bill Nye.  W. M. Violet who lias, been  spending some time at the 'Bill  Nye group arrived in town on  Tuesday. He says considerable  work has been done 011 the  group. Three tunnels having  been run eiglity. fifty, and thirty  feet respectively, and tho showing is an excellent one. The  long tunnel os being driven lo  lap a large ore body which is almost certain to- exist in tlie  mountain.  o The Mining Industry.  The Mining and Scientific  Press says: Up to 1S.5H the  United Slates was a nation of  poor men. Mining began to put  out great increase of natural  wealth, and the national prosperity is directly and indirectly due  10 such output and mineral development. Mining has done a  great deal for the nation, bul the  nation has done very little, comparatively, for tin1 mining industry.  The same can be applied to  Canada. The mineral industry  will be Iho greatest of all industries in t he Boiiiinion  The Star Group.  .1. T. Kesler general manager  of the Slar group of mines came  down,on Tuesday, having discontinued work for the season.  'When asked regarding the work  accomplished he said. "We have  erected good buildings and have  an excellent camp, and have  driven tunnels aggregating 132  feet besides a, large amount of  surface'wbrk.    Number one tuh-  Weather Prophets.  .The local prophets are beginning lo speculate on the kind of  weather wo will have. Some  are claiming that we will have a  long cold winter others that il  will be a mild one. One old  hunter says: when the grouse  are heavily feathered look out  for, a cold winter. There is such  a diversity of opinion that Tin:  Prospector will not hazard a  guess, but will be content to  take tho weather as ii comes.  Minos Shift Across The Line  Another dispute regarding the  international boundary has arisen., Surveyor T. .1. Dean claims  to have discovered evidence to  establish tho claim that ihe  Mount Baker mines are in Canadian and not in American territory. T. Mathews, a well known  citizen of Vancouver, has assisted Dean in his investigations.  Mathews has just returned from  tlie Mount Baker district, lie  says thai il has been discovered  that the 11011 ndury line between  Canada and the United States in  that district i.s two miles souih  of the line that has been recognized by miners during lhe last  few years Several of the richest properties, at present owned  and worked by American companies 011 supposed American soil,  will be found to be. within Ihe  limits of British Columbia. The  American .mine-owners have  heard of Dean's opinion and arc  naturally not pleased. A. pack  train with supplies for the American-owned mines containing provisions purchased at Chilli whack  The  Powers   are   Drawn Closer Together. ���No Store Discord.  The firm attitude of America  has curbed the spirit of revenge.  London, Oct. 5.���Dr. Morrison  wiring to the. Times from Pekiii  under date of, September I'd,  says:  , If the negotiations for settlement are carried on at Tientsin  Li Hung Chang, being the viceroy resident there, can not be a  plenipotentiary unless lhe foreign ministers are prepared' to  appear befqre him as supplicants  for peace' and not as dictators,  for thus 'their action would be  interpreted ihroughoul the em-  I'ire.  Commenting upon Emperor  William's letter to Kwang Hsu  the Times says: "We sincerely  fri|s< that tho, other powers, will  act on, I he lines of the German -  emperor's message. ' Action of  no other kind will secure to   the  r 1  numerous American citizens  engaged in commerce and mission-'  ary work in   China  that protection which Secretary May's note    r  affirmed a desire to give them.'' .  Berlin,   Oct.    4.-���Official   ad-   ���  vices from Pekin, dated Sep tern-,  her i!!!, assert that a further  examination   of   the  Chinese noncommissioned officer accused  bf  the murder of JJaron von   Kette-  lor   resulted   in  this statement:  ".lune 10.-<-I-and my people  received orders  lo  shoot  foreign  ministers wherever,wc came  a-  cross them." Tho prisoner, how- ���  ever, now denies that the  order"  was lo shoot'a minister,   and  he',1'  declared  himself  unable to say  which prince gave the order.0  * it'           -           r, u'  1 ��� Mining; Notes.        r~  T. L). Thomas is  at   work-de-'!  veloping ( 'the   Theo   group   of   ���  claims in^Isadore Canyon..  ^ '      IT I  While ra   great    many .people    '  are predicting a big.mming boom ,.  in South East Kootenay.'.   Most  of  the  people  living  here   arev  anxious to'see it come along.        ' ^  B. Ufzfand wife, of Spokane,  who have been af the Star group -'  of< mines .all summer came down  on Monday last, left for home on  Wednesday. Mr. Utz says the  work- done on the property during the season has been most  satisfactory: It, has not^yet been  decided whether or not to continue the work this winter, al-  though operations have been  suspended for the time being.  A large amount of supplies  went out to Perry creek- during ,  the week for the use^of the  Kootenay Perry Creek. Com  pany. Geary & Doyle are tak-,  them as far as Old Town.-and  Charles Buckman is packing  them to the mine  Masonic.  There will be a 'large Masonic  gathering in Fort Steele on  Tuesday next the occasion being,  the institution of the Royal Arch  Chapter. It is expected, that  Grand Master Watson, of Vau-  couveYliiul other high officials of  the order in British Columbia  will be present. Representatives  of the order from Cranbrook.  Moyio. Fernie and Kimberley  are also expected.  The exercises will   clo.se  with  a banquet al the Imperial Dote).  Road Up Wild Horse.  It has been decided to build a-  road up Wild llor.se creek, the  route wa.s gone over by Government Agent Armstrong and  David Griffith. Tho road will  follow the creek closely to Brewery creek and up that creek to a  draw which will lake it into tho  main road.  The dislaiice saved will be at  least two miles. Work will commence at once.  Gold Galore.  Ln Uncle Sam's treasure vaults  there is *437.:!21;J��)l.in-gold, and  this vast sum.is growing. Gold  in circulation in: America has  reached ..^SSl^fSf^iT).  Elections in November   in the  United  States .ancl,   Canada    is  has been seized by the American  having a bad effect upon busi-  customs officers. ness of all kinds.   7 TJ7 ft  1'JIOSI'KCTOR,  FORT STEELE,  B. C, OCTOBER (5, ISiOO.
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inis raper i>.\ki; s Acnem-iuK
Agency, i>4 and n* .McilIi.iiUs l-.xcliant'e. San
Francisco California «htn-i»nti.icts for ad-
venislnc can be made lor il
This Paper {■»r,,':al th"
A. Mc-
Nt-»spapei' Ad-
vetlsliiK Ai/i'iict Muiiin.il. win re tuiitiarts
ror aiHertisinx can Iv 111,1.Ie for it
This Fa ->cr
1 more. Spokane   Wash
N  nil   s.ile  .11      J.    W.
1,1,111.1111 A.    (Jo's    liOOk
mm     ™,
* .
The Mining Center of the District of South East Kootenay
The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway, Recently Surveyed, will pass through
©he yjzo&pector*
, -There is no more legitimate
busiues* than mining," the risks
attending it are no greater thau
that of any other business, to
coadu'et mining successfully requires the , same hard headed
business instinct, as makes other
vocations successful.' Legitimate
mining has inadejmany. men rich
during the past few years, and
will make many more,- but. unless it is looked after carefully
' failure will be the result.
Marcus Daly was once a com-
. mdn miner, and advanced until
he was at the head of oho of the
biggest metal syndicates in the
world. Patrick Clark graduated
from the mine, he is now one of
the richest men in th'e northwest.
Other names less familiar might
be mentioned, of men who once
pounded a drill, , wlio are now
living in affluence, They reached their present positions, not
, by luck, but by hard work, and
ability to grasp the opportunity
as it'presented itself: looking after the details of ° the business,
letting no chance escape, always
, ou the lookout to advance their
interests.. They will toll you
that mining is no easy road to
wealth. Men nvlur have made
fortunes iiis mines can always
command capital, the man who
invests reasoning that any one
who has amassed wealth i.s a man
to tie to. 'Mining is a legitimate
business, and the way losucqeed
iu it is open l.o everyone who
can grasp t.ho situation.
At-id    Tap    the   Greatest   Mineral   Belt   of   the   District
( ' ^ * ' a'
Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale
It is" learned from' a reliable
source that, a number ol'^wealthy
gentlemen from Eastern Canada,
propose to pay a vis-it to 8011th
East Krooteiiay some time in the
early spring, with a view of looking over the mining field, should
their trip^sl.o-.v what they expect
a syndicate will.be formed 1 (./operate in this section, to develop
projects, buy mines, build railroad*, in'fact do work' on an extensive scale.
Richard Cooker advises young
men to go into politics. Dick
has had some experience in making politics pay. It is not every
man who is adapted to politics, it
requires peculiar training, and
unless a man is well equipped
not only with money, but learns
he »eed not expect to make a
howling success in the profession.
*    *.    «.-
There are many places in the
, Port Steele mining division,
.-where large bodies of kigh and
low grade ore exist, and it only
requires capital to convince the
world that South East Kootcjay
is an excellent Held tor investment.
Apply to       R. L. T. Galbraith,       Townsite Office.
^mmmmtjtmmmmmmtratttmmmmm mmmmmrmg j*********
1 N.- HANSON, f
Ge«ei*al iVlercHarit AND
Liquor Dealer*.
Headauarters  for   Mining   and   Commercial  Men
2^ Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber,1     A large assort-.   ~3
£~: men?, of seasoned Lumber and Shingles always             ~5
ft: on hand.                                                ~3
EE DIMENSION     LUMBER     A     SPECIALTY.        ' 3
*-     .4  -' SUPPLY C0.; Ltd.
3*      Vancouver,   B.   -G.     %r
We are Manufacturers and direct Importers, and-carry a
large stock of Balances, Furnaces, Pire-Clay Goods, Scientific
and Practical Books. Glassware, Platinum Goods, Acids.
Chemicals, and all other Assayers' and Miners" requirements.
SOLE AGENTS for Morgan Crucible Company, Battersea, Beck- jjj
er's Sons' Balances, Braun's Gasoline Furnaces, Etc.
Catalogue and full particulars on application.
(KOHM r.)
I KltTlPIi.t'lK or   IWI'lliiVMIlM-
The Strathconas.
The suggestion i.v^nemg discussed in London that Slrathco-
na*s Horse «hould bo purpotua-
ted in some way as a scouting
corps attached to the Mrilish
arrny, especially in recognition
of ihoir valuable services to ilu-
army in South Africa, ami lot he
patriotic imiiiificicnco of Lord
Stratlicona himself. ,
A Monster Devil Fish
'DentroyinV.HK victim,, is a t,,y|ii.; of
C'oiiMtipation. The |>owi;i| of this iiiiir-
:<leruuu'.tnulacly is full, on (irgiins and
uervea ami iuiihcIiim und drain. Tliurc'si
no health till it's overcome;. I'.nt Or. i
Klnjf'b Now Lift) I'ills uru a .siifu mid '
■•ei'iaiu <Miri;. Iie.it in tho world for
Stomach. Liver. Ki'(Iik:vm and Uowels.
A. \V. ULKASIJKI.l.'S, Oriiy Store.
Situ.Ui; .ii Llir Port Sn-t'lu Minnif IiiiImhii
of Soulli Kasl Koot*.n.i\ ni^trlcl.
When' loi'.un! —On Hu.-Ul. !>. 1 rv Mmiiit.iln
south nl mul .uljoiiuni.' tin NT..i ll. Sl.ir i/r'niji nt
mini ral rlalnis
T.il-t1 hoik c ih.ii I t'h,is Kslnli iv- r M C
ii ifci*r. ,iiront foi A. S. i.oofleve of I
1J l-'ii-i- Miiiit s Ci rtllii.Ui- ;>« I'i-,'- Inn ml
sixi\ duvs fimil ilu* ii.il*- hiTi ol io .ippl'. io lli'*
,Miiilin< K.M'OrdiT for .i Ccrlllli'.il* of Irri-uow -
inenls foi tin- jHirJiosi' of oliMirilni.' i i'iiumi
(.i.inl of tin* above claims
Ami fnrllii'i Ul.'r iioiIm llial a< lion mnli'i
sen Ion'17 must in-I'orn.ni .ii''*'l ti'-for. i/u* |.t-
siianri' of surh CitiIIIi*.*!'* or lvri|iro\. k.i-hl.
Iliili-'l this'."-'llii ll.iY of AiikiisI   AH    I Hi'i
Sl.\i.v iIhvh from (IilUi I  mtvnd  lo «|>|ily in
tin. Ohlcf I'.'oniiiiisKioTKir of Lamls X. Workn. for
Iiiiritlissioii lo luirohasr: tin; followliiK (Ii.-otIIii'.iI
Innil In Soulli I'-ani ICoolmiay.  '('oiniiiiinrliiK lit.
(.Im tun-ill oasicornor of X. ApWalllnirurs uii*.]i-
oat.loii. iliimi'i! nasi HdcliultiH, IhiMH.'i.   soulli  mi
('.hllflls. lliflliio   wiisl HO i'luilus, tlli'tiro uorlll HO
ehuins to the point of e.iiiinieueeineiit.  (IimIiic-
litiK Uieri.froin so tinieli as is   I'orered   by   the
|in.-eiii|HUuis   of  Charl'.'s  Cluipinan.'   U'eiilu.ii j
lingers, [.Triuilc lioiiavan anil Albert (Jre/.. e..n- j
i'ii lniiiir 4IKI iicrt'N more or less.
I.Ell.A   UliSS. I
Foil Sleele. i:. ('.. Seuieiubei' II. I'.»00.
Miuau' in tin  I'oil Steele Mliiinj.'  I)i\ision
of K.isl l-Tooleiia\ Disiild
Wunrc lcc neil On Huelilelierry lllli. ueai
'I'aUe noiiie thai 1 Nell .Mel.uoil fun.in
lAKCiu Ii'i" the -S'orlh Sui Mi/imik ('iiiiiiiiiiix.
Llllllll (I I'-iee Miner s Ceiulli.lle No I! 'I '.70)
Fne Mlii. i s ( en llli.ue S'o n ll.'i".!. inn ml I'd
n.ii's from Hied.in heieol to:i|i)iH In thi'Min-
iin-' Iii L.iiili i lm a i'i mill .ur nl lm pi ovemeiiis
for the jiui pose of oli(.uiini'.. .i Ciown   C;t.till   o
.itim.' 11.mil
Ami further l.ilie liollii ihal   m lion    uu  . I
land  II. i seetioii .',7 iiiusi In i ommi'i 11 il befoie tin is*
ini *• of sui h (Jei if Hi aie ol Impiovi inenls
ll,.K.I the 'lllli ll.U  i.f .lull.  I!«KI
•ill- Nl.ll. Mi I.I.OIl (JI'KKAN', Aiiflil
.i ' .
All    Modern    Conveniences
L 1 O
FORT    STEELE,   B.   C.
Large   Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.
Port Steele
Meat Market
R. W. ROGERS, Proprietor.
Fresh Halibut.   Salmon, Salmon Trout, Bologna  Sausage.
Butler and Eggs.    Fish and Game in Season.
Fort Steele and Kimberley.
Port    Steele
T.illc nolle'- that in on. month aflnl illlle 1
In" ml lo .i|i|>l\ liiliu Clilif I'oiiliillsiliiliel nf
1..mils t. WoiKs foi p.'l inn ..Ion |.i ptneliasi lhe
follov,liii- il. si uli. .1 I,uul lu Snuili I'last ICnnle
li.iv Iilsti 1( I ( oiiiifi. in Iiik ,il a posl pliinleil ou
lhe . asl h.uil' of i'i ,,\ . in Ii .ilioiil one rmiilli
of a mile north of l-'reiieh creek,1 thenen south
Ulehaliis, thenci. wi.'ki. WiOiiiIiih. llienee uorlll
iii eliains, llienee east Hirliulils in plaee of hi;
irintiliiK.      .' '
Haled UiIhI'.Ui ilay ofSepteinlier. I WW.
"'.i. v.'i.aiiila'w. :•.«-.
malm. It liillv Im rote jiui hlh pt It.
If It Is not nil and nititc tlimi no
ehiim for il, mill u liuimr win el limn 3 nu cull iret foi' liny «|i,.rc. „,.»,•the
in Ic fi mil nay oiiojahvAreturn It. amrinfill liny nil ,.y,,„.s« cIiuibci.
<>iiim.i>i.ii.   Tho "MONTROSE" BIcycSo  *< r* cr»
Aceiil'H   siimplc prlco  <>r   ** I Oi2ii
In Init lili.)rlni.M-rnn(.n'il     Wvioim urn oil t,,uul
ill, our Speelul   .
Ih llni nnilli »t Imrirnl ...-..,	
to anj i>lii,,|„.,.l 011 the innrU'l,mul jnn nn-il net «n.|n II 1,01 ,„., „cViit
If J oil ill. not Uml ll , sui, 1,.1..,-,.nl      U'e ni,. |:X('I.|'hM'I'  llll Vl'l r
iiiu 1.ion .Mom.l.s.   'iiii.'iiiii <.r 11 wiinpil.i «iei   nt nils 1.0, mi... ii
mill.- ii.,.,„„. .1 HIDER A GENT In i-ncl, !..«„ Y       ,''"lu,M
iHifj l.|»l*o oi«h r*f.    iMM'iiyriitji niiiki* iiimim \ fu*t
V —
I (It I'll OL 111
SPECIFICATIONS, ^v'^i^ti; ^ly;;^:;';
I  "nil   I  Hit", lnun....<l 1 timid.,   <li.In. Ii. I,,.|,.„ „!,i   ,„
!' "'' !'  i.   K'l"l  loll. 1.."I.   Iiii ule  111l.1l MiitMiiilHin.df,!,
Illu , nsl, 11  1 ti<ml 111,. I.imutt,  l.'.tnrd " \" lhe.  1 lit, 1,11 11 nil  ,'r Ih.
llli.Hll'tin iinIm. Ill (.Him Mill HUH 111 I    Un, ui llllllll' *l Aloliiirei'll.icli nl,
11 iililli-    p.  '11.    toiliiilid mi.'tuMlm lln- Iii,.| iil.lniuiilil..     i.iiiiiih|,|| ,
I.In, 1., iiiiiii. ..nil Kueli   lilixhl,  HiiIhIii'i] mul in ii.itul til',1,   1   i.'i.
1,1 M'.K . 11 I.li In lul I  |.,l.ls.     Wi; llmilMiKli,, li'Kli'ti'i, 1 I,.,.,
iiiiielilne.    our I,l,i,n,lir , ,.,,,.'„'ifu.ii-
Bottled beer for family use a specialty
P. 0. BOX 812
Uul.1...I i.i
i.f 11111I1.1 lul time !,'...'» Ii.lo ll.h
I.Ml.,.   I......I    .Villi   eill'll   I.I....VI ll..
FREE t'7""i7.'""7."''...'.!!".:-''" *,.,!''!°''»"l| In.full ivltli
ny line it.
I ri'eo n 1
hoikI .rt'tt 11 Kiuiiilitu Ilnr u ki.ihki mil., lmm.liiiiUi.ru evel.-
....Ii'i'l  urn lllllli iriiuli. Il|i..r|niiii|i.    Yniir iiiiiiilv nil l,,,,.-!; iry.,11 iiit.|„,s
|ii.rrei.'(ly ttutlitlled. . .
fiHFAP   WHFPI 5    w" "'" ""'■ iiintiiifni'turi. Il.c elieiip di'imrt..
, ,,,    Untar    nnCCLCt. niPiiLMtmi. hlntl ..r n-IitM-lH. micIi »m liianv m-iv
eomiiiriis ninl liii: mipiily 1,.,.,b.-k nilvortlM! mul ni'll iim I,lul, K,„,U:   AV., enn fiirnlnli ilieiii,
li..iv,.v,.|', nt«t, u.fi rtilpiK'tli nrrn.-r. It. »ls.Miet>nipl..|e.   We ilu mil. Kunnuiti'v nor im,m
iiifiiil llieiii.    IIHIOItl:  ol{ll|:in.\i: 1. hlt-yelu nf nn.v onl- els,..no uuitlcr win. tir iuiw
elieiip. ivrlln ui. nnd let iih tell yim liow niiU'li tve enn wive you nu I lie eiiini. iiiiii'IiIii...
irvi.n IIMARi E }n  DIIY 11 wheel tv„enn.'ii.sl»ty..ii lo KAIt.N \ ItlCVOI.i: liy dh-
„„,.i. !„«,.. r... .1 ,      ""    U,!?rtC tV  l?U'  tr Iiik enlnlt.i.-ili'» fur us 11 feivilny,.   woiuK'il iniepniuiii
m, I,,y. ,",. .1'.','? 'i'V'.L'""'', W '! I"IV° •"•'"'"I Imiitliiil SEO«.M» IIAMI W1IKKI.S tukeii In lindc which „„
>-—j, ;.,,,, i.VI ..iVT. ..'.'.f ! "thi "l"" ■■>!'"> "''"in'urniuiiiiplL'H mid W models very elii-iip. Scud for Il»rx«l. ll.l.
t ■ H     ™i ..,.!.. ..J.     l»«"*IM™tlon«l.   We i-erer lo nuv liiuik or husini'iiH luiliseln (,'lileuK.i. uruny uipreiwor
f     f-    «U„>   iV'Ji".';^   i^i." "S"15'"" ,nu'."' "' ".•'""-•iin' 'I'nft from llni brunt l.n»l» lu CIVIc/iko If you Vljh It.
I' KCUn   VnllD   nDnCD (odiiv,   TIiIhIow price iimltticittiHprelul termi. of nlilinnunt tvlthouttlepuHltwllr
~ —     I^Wve iiiiniunrtlils piilK.r.
Sick & Mutz, Prop's.
AphcD to<I,iy     _   _
WnUCll hu wltlidniwn very Noon.
Fort Steele. THE PROSPECTOR. FORT STEELE. 11 C, OCTOBER fi, lOOn.  ��te tyKO&V&jtioTC.  .SATUHDAY, (M.TOP.iCH li. J'KMI.  A GOOD SERVANT.  O I  A   Celestial   Who   Went   Wronc   in  Cleaning- Up a'Side'Wall.  Tho   Heathen  Chinese are pe-  ���,      culiiir,  whether, under Iho niune  of "Boxers "engaged   in  slauglf-  tering missionaries, or as a   woi  nurse handling Ihe offsprings oJ  lhe Mclican man.    .lolm  China-  man i.s peculiar/and ut limes may  seem lo be a fool  buDnolalways.  John as a warrior i.s not a success  but'having surrounded   an   unarmed foe, missionaries, women,  und children, he claims  a howling   victory   over   Iho "foreign  devils" by slaughtering his   vie  tims in a most   horrible manner.  Ll i.s aboul 10 years ago,  when  lhe people of  the  Pacific coast  announced that the Chinese made  capital servants, that they tilled  the   bill   in   every particular as  cooks and laundry  men,   in   the  dining roonvparlor or chamber  ���they   were   -'heap   good."    But  constant hordes  of highbinders  political   refugees,  .thieves'and  the worst element of the so called'Flowery Kingdom have come  to prey upon the people .of the  American continent.    '      "   . ���  ;,       The people of the United Slates  ����� "   have discovered, possibly when  , ,.   too late, tli'at Chinese   immigration is an evil to be dreaded, and  'by Federal law have'prohibited  the    further   entrance . of  the  heathen celestial   to  that coun-  ���   , try. ��� Canada,   and  particularly  fBritish Columbia unfortunate in  -   having hordes of Chinamen with-  ' in its borders a detriment to, all  classes of white Uibol', u, menace  lo the welfare of  the  people 'of  the Province-at al.l times.  Wo   .frequently   hoar ,the  ex-'  .' .; -pression,   they  make  good  and  intelligent servants: they are noi  intelligent, and never'can be, for  '"tTie'y'liaveno desire  to   become  so,but are a blight upon the face  '   otlhe globe.    The following incident wliich happened last week  '"'indicates the amount of their in,-  j f -t *  '     telligence. ��� '    ,t   -  "    One of Fort Stceles most care-  ��� ful housewives employed a Chi-  -��������� ��� hainan   to  do  some work about  ���' the' house'j , to 'clean  the walls,  which we're highly finished with  hard   oil,   wash   the floor,   and  ' blacken - the stove. She gave  the celestial-'lull and 'complete  , .instructions as to the work lo'-fte  ���performed, then'went out for a  walllc. Tho , Chinaman cleaned  '"the walls,.' washed _the floor,  blackcned'a.ndj-.poijshed the stove  '���allie riti6. allic samma* Alelicaii  girl," but tliis did  hot complete  the*work to^his  satisfaction.   A  .       i  .' neighbor chancing in, found the  heathen hard at work;.with the  stove  polisli  and 13j-(ush putting  '���> 'On ivdry black polish on the varnished wal.ls,  ho ; hach partially  '" liiiishcd two sides'and 7wa,s start-  "ing in ou-.the   'thirds���the "walls  .,   were black and polished to high  degree, , "alii   sain me"   looking  '" glasV.    Thcjicighbor protested,  .lohn " no sabbo " and told  the  neighbor    to "glif    outte,     too  ihuehco dlam lloollic,   mo  sabbe  "allie  lit tie.'", The  neighbor retired in disgust,   hunted   up  tho  mistress-of tho house1, who. when  .she saw the damage done/woman  lilce burst, into tears,   instead  of  inking ;iii   axo   lo   the   culprit.  Ellon says "that  the  walls   will  have to be painfoc], black may be  all right in a .Joss House, but he  ^cannot -stand   black applied   to  kitchen   walls.    As   a   color   if  might do applied to banners,flags  etc., -\vhen tho Celestial   Mongolians arc pursuing   the "foreign  devils," but hardly suitable as a  modern house paint.  j* *t. -���- -i* ���  m  m  m  i  THE  mm  m  m  %  EL  H. REXNEMXN, Proprietor.  Fort Steele, B. C.  Largest and Most Complete Hotel I'm Sovith East Kootenay  1 ��� , , i     <  l f ^ u  �� (  I [t   I  ALL   MODERN   CONVENIENCES  Sample Rooms for Commercial Men.  Headquarters for* Mining  Men.  NOTICE.  Tul;i' notice Unit llni iv il.it s Imni tin1 ilntr  lieieof J liili'inl In apply to ilm llo.-nir.iljlo  llio Cliiul Coinmlssioncr nf I.imils .mil Wnil.s  foru spci'inl lit'Oiist* to cui uml 1'iiuv nwav  tiniljoi* fiom tlio following descubtitl l.uuls:���  Coininciitnij,' in n j-ost ut tlir soutli tfcsl coi nt'i  of loi Thu'u 11 mulled .mil Si-av-Tlnrr (.Iiiiil.  Oi'Olip 1. Itnriu-n.ir Uistiicl l minim; llitlli'c  noi Ih oim liunilroil (1UUJ I'h.inis. iiioiii'C tti'st  tttrntv, (-'0 chains* tlioiiee soulli luvnM  (211) olnuiis' tlioiice'mcsl nti'iitt (ill) cli.uiis  lliuncc south bui'iuv (20) cli.nils, t'ntiicu ttcst  ttieiity t,Si) i'luilus. tliunci's.iutli oni' humh.'il  ���ind eitfluy (IHO) cliulin; iliciic'ui.'.i&.itvLiii.v'C-O)  uliiiins: iliiiiicu norili foi ty'MO) cliiiiiis: tlu'iicu  cist Uteiilt CIO) chiiins: tlioni'Ouoi Ih (Id) i'li mis  tliunue e.ist to nesi li.mk of Mil; int.] iluncu  ui) wost ljiinlc of .sTtul i Ivor ,tn sou th lino ol r.oi'  Hill. Uioiicti tiost'to iil.ieu ol lii'irinnliiK 'I'ho  ubove iloscnlii'il ti.ii't In t'niu.iiii one  tiiousinti  UCllis   ��� ,  1JANIKI. V. MO'I'T        n  Dii'twl, Augusl ir,ih. iiioi). * Xi  i ( NOTICE.   >-  Titlce notice Unit Unriv davs lrom tlio il.uc  hjteor I lntpiul to liiiply to tlti' Ilonoi'iblL". the  Chief Coiniiiissionei' of I..mils ,nul Works lor ii  specnil license tot cut and c.niv iittav Inubei  from the, follow iiik ilrscnlwil ^ l.inds -Commencing nt ii post no.tr post I'jOn \t est side ni A.  I'I. .liichson s tunbci liienso .iliout one-h.il1 uulo  ttest of ttest haul, of ion. i ive.i in lil.isl Itimle-  ,n.^, Jlistnci. luiiiiini; thente soutli lortt  (40) 'ehuins. thence ttest foity (10) thiins*  thciifi"' soulli lifit {"ill) ili.uns ilicnce iiest  eighty (80) cli.uiis. thence nnilli uvliit ' (80)  chains, thenee i,ist loi t\ 00) ciiaiiis. tlii'iiee  north tlnrtv (IjO) elinuis. tlience easl fijjrln v (SO)  elniins: tlience south ttteiilv (20) cli'iius to  place of bcKiniliiiK' Tlio above described unci  lo contain one thousand ucies.  ARTIIUi; .1. MOI'T.  Dated  AukiisI 15  luuu        , .O  ride Bro's.  liefT t Heavy Hardware  Stoves, Graniteware,  Tinware  Powder, Fuse, Caps  -Paints0 and Oils.  O i i  t {  Sheet metal work of all kinds  promptly executed. c  KIMBERLEY  J I *  (      ^ (l < J      "  The   Coming   Towii   of   East  Kootenay.  Near me famous  NOTICE.  'i'ukii nonce tliat one miiinli lifter tl.uc I intend to upplt lo the duel Coiiiniissioiii'i of  Lands iind Woiks for pei mission to puicliasc  tlie follow iiik descnlicd lands CuiniiiciicinK  at :i post planted 20 chains east of lhe s.iuih  east cornei of A W. llleasdeli s puidiase, ueai  l'lliui'p liar in Soutl'\ Kiisi Itooien.iv Ihence  east SO eliains thence south so cli.mis. il-enci*  west Wl ehaiiis. Thence noi th SO chains io point  nf commencement  -   AT.KX   CAMIIHO.V  n.lted tills ISth il.iv of Aui-'iist, I'lill al |. oi I  Sjtecle , II-  '     notice: "~T_  ~  TuUe nonce llial tinny da.ts lioin th" date  lieieof I iiilend to iipplv Io tin; (,'lnef I'oinniis-  siouer of Lands .^ Woi Ks ioi permission to  pin chase the following deseiibeil luntls situate  on Perry eieek in the Foi t Steele iMiniiu: Uivi-  slon of M.isl ICootenav llntish I'oluiulii.l.  Coinmeiiemi; at a post planted uf lJci rv I'leek  about one-hair mile lieintt the old slum Ilium ii  south III eh.mis thenee ttest Iiith.uns theme  north Alt eliains. thence east III chums to the  placeof liCKiiiuuitf. coiitninin;,' m all K'.tl iities  WiM   KODIN'SON.  Dated ut Foil Steele this IMli dav nl September. 1000.  ���i'i i*ii*&i8i s^*��  .{.1    .Q��    ��^H    .Q*   ^Js  Cold Steel Or Death.  ''Then! it.. but ono siniill clinni'i'ki  sitvc ,\<mr life and lli.u is ilmiunii ;l9i  (iperaiidii." wii> llio n�� fill pi-rispoi'! sol  liufni'o Mrs. I. II. Iliiiih of l.iino l!iiluc.  Wi.s., liy lior iloutor uftor vainly tryiim  lo euro lior of a li'i��lilful ouso ol stomach trouble and yellow lainnlicii. lie  didn'li coiinl. on tlio iiiiirvi'llniis powor  of Kli-olric Bitlors to oitiv Sloiiiaoli und  Livor tioulilo.s but sho lieai'il ol il.  look hcvoi'iil bottles, w.ts wholly curort,  avoided surgeon's kiiifo. now weighs  more and feels bettor tlian over. It's  positively onai'iuiteoil to otii-o Stoinitoli.  Liver und Kidney troubles .mil notor  disapiioifits.  A. \V. BLKASDF.I.I/S.  Dnio  Sti.i-f. ;  m  m  �����'  *  m  m  m  '�����  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m-  *$<-. *^i  |�� ��trf *## *|s *a* ��!��� *���* *## m? �����* ������� ������* *���* +t* .*iV .��#��� *l^ ��tg *#< iin. i%* iiii  1 m  SCHOOL   BOQKS -  AND   SUPPLIES.    7  m    *j.  NortH Star  o r  and Sullivan JVHi-ies  A Liimited^IVrumber of Lots for Sale  at Prices Ranging froni  $125   To    $400  The   Latest   Novels,  niereial and Elite.  A   Lending   Library   in  ���  -   the Book Department.  Stationery���Com-  connection with  Also   Fishing  Tackle. in  great   variety.   ���  Pioneer Drug Hall  FORT  STEELE  *  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  of  NOW   IS  the yea]-.  THE  TIME TO BUY as prices will be advanced the first  A. W.BLEA-SDELI  *j"' *���!* *4* *#* jd'  ��� f��   ^^*   ry*.    #���}���   nj*.  Gratlniitc Ontario Collefrc of Plumnaoy %fje  m  ^^^iHrm^mmmmmmmmmmmmm  Apply to  Land Commissioner, C. P. R.  Winnipeg, Man., or  to  & ELWELL  Fort Steele and Kimberley,  KIMBERLEY  e  FERNIE, B. C.     OLD TOWN.  SPLIWUID ACCOM .\fODATTONft  Sample Rooms for Commercial Men  No Traveller Should Pass the Door.  Tho Irnil thus within ton feet, of thii house. Good  Hani nnd plenty of liny nnd .yruin. If you piilronizo the  Waldorf von will novcv vc<ii'cl. il.  dates".  ii.��  siiinmed  The Political Situation  Thp.Nelson Tribune   Minis  up  the polif.iciil situnlion as follows;  Tho chances of the Iwo  (-'andi-  now     in     tlio   tiold   arc'  ;i.s   follows   by   ;i   politician:  East Kooten.iy is l^iberal  Yale is Conservative, as   i.s   Lil  loool. and Cariboo.    The Liborsili  majority in liusl   K'oolonny   will  be   offset   by   lhe   Conservative  majorities in   Yale-Li I loool -Cariboo.    Tlie battle ground is West  Kootenay.      Uosslaiid   riding  i.s  Liberal ���' by   a   small    ina.j'ii'il.y.  Sloea.n   riding  is   Conserva.tivo.7  ';KeveJstoke  riding ��� i.s  said to be  .'veryevenly   "dividi.'d.       ifythei  labor yiarty decides to waif   until  its time conies, the race between  GaJliber'and AlueNeil will   be a  Ms*'"   ri  !/"/.    A.    KANOUSE  -    Froprielor.  sii  K  close one, with the odds in (awn  of the man Ihat can cover the  most ground and make the best  impression on t.he platform.  The above forecast may be  correct as to other districts, but  we are in doubt as to South K.i.s  Kootenay, then1 is a good ii��_��� 111-  ing chance in this disiric.) for Ihe  Conservative candidate and il is  possible that future events may  'assume a. form l.hat will cert;i.iiily  give a, Con'servafive vjclory in  South East Kootena.y.   i   ��� A j' ' '  The 'labor party is an   impoi  taut factor  in   the  .test, and it is 'safe  neither  candidate  dorsad'by theni.  coining con-  'to sa.y that  will   be   en-  3TON   &   PITTS  WhNllUKMERli if DONALD  General Merchants  Mining supplies a Specialty  .Miners <^oin<^ northward via Canoe River Route will Iind it a In rye  ivniiraiid convenience lo procure their supplies at, Donald.  SOLE AGENTS for  Canton  Steel Coinpain  Windermere, Golden, and Donald  Milling Divisions.  Canadian Pacific  RailwayAND  SOO    LINE  Famous and Unequalled  Imperial  Limited  East���Daily Fast Train���Wkst  Willi iliivct I'diiiii'iMiny  Scr\ ii'i- In and from  WAST  Kootenay Gountru  I^irsl Class Sleepers on all Trains  Tonrisi ('.ii-s pass Mi'dici'iiu lint I'.iil^  fur Sl. I'.uil. SaliinlnvM for Mini-  tri-nl and lioHon. Mimda^'s ami  -I'liiii'silnxs fur 'riiriiiilii.  JUST  Assorted Car of Best Brands of Flour   and   Meals,   etc.  Flour, Patent Hungarian and Strons Baker.  Rolled Oats. Cracked Wheat". AVheatletts.  Cornmeal. liuckwheal Flour. Split Peas.  Xavy   Beans.   Lima Beans. Pol'Barley, etc.  Bran     Chops     Shorts     Oats     Hay.  Fleetwood Tea. a pure article imported direct from Ceylon  try it once and you will use no other.  Fresh   Breakfast   Bacon.   Hams and  Butter and Eggs.  POTATOES   and   CARROTS  FIREWOOD all lengths to .suit all stoves.  THE   FORT   STEELE  FLOUR  and  FEED  STORE  E. C. MILLER, Proprietor POST OFFICE BOX 836.  l-'P     All i/oods i,niaranl"ed and prices also as beiiiir correct.  Send iu orders.  Dry Salt Side Bacon,  ,'Vients  at Windermere  the California Giant Powder Co.  WcsIIkiiiiiiI.  Hi-I.'i  llMVl's  Daily Irani.  FI. .Sli'Hi. .In.  F.iisilxiiuid  It'ilM's td-1^  Connects ul Maclcml for (-.iljjury and  ImIiuoiiIiiii and at .M.'ili.'inr II.n for all  points Kasl ('oiuircls ,ii KihiIcii.ii  I .ainjiiiij loi- all pomis in :\Vu��i. Kont-  uiiay.' .Sliican and lliiiind'ary disiricts.  and for I'ac.iliii I'oasl, anil Main Line  points via Kijvi'lsl.oke.  For riiti;s, licki'ts and full information  apply 10 agents at Fort StiM.-li' and Fort  Steele .1 miction, or 7  w. f. an Dickson -   v.. .i. coylf.  T..VJ.A��� Xelson. A.G.l'.A., \-ancmiver.  Now Open  orth Star Hote  irriberley9   B�� C  H.W.Drew,'  PROPRIETOR. rA  TriJC PROSPECTOR. FOliT STEELE, H. C, OCTOBER (i, MOO  DR.-  CREAM  11    11.   NcVit-lie   was  ���",(, idwii  on Tuesday last.  A. .1.    Caldwell/Was   in   lown  early in the week.  Charles Bielingbcrg who left  Fort Steele last week on. his way  io Butte, is having a quiet ,lumt  in ihe Flalhead valley. Four  years ago Charley was an ardent  Hi to 1 man and voted tor Bryan.  He is now anxious to, got home  in time to vote for McKinley.  Robert   Little   will   relnrn   to  Jerry creelc today.  TO THE DEAF.  A rich lady cured of her Deafness and Noises in the Head liy  Dr. TN'icholson's Arliticial Ear  Drums, gave ^10,000 lo this Institute,   so  that deaf people un-  Tlie Canadian Bat of Gommeroe  (HEAD OFFICE TORONTO.)  Paid     up    Capital     $6,000,000.  rfo.V. Ci:o.  A. C'o.v,  rrcsideiil, ' .    IS. K.  Wai.kkh. Ui-ii. Man.  [ ��� ,  GOLD DUST PURCHASED. HONG KONG DRAFTS SOLD.  tf\rCIIA\TOK on all purls of the world bought and sold.  London Agents���The Bank of Scotland.  Fort Steele t Cranbrook Brnnches  0        ,   J. W. H. SMYTME, Manager. ,  able lo procure  thu   lOar   Drums  inn- haw ilioui   I rei  Add re.-  POWDER  Used in Millions of Homes���40 Years the  standard.' 'A Pure Cream,of Tartar Powder,  Superior to every- other known. Makes  delicious cake and pastry, light, flaky biscuit,-  griddle   cakes ��� palatable   and   wholesomel  s'd. lirils," The Nicholson In-  .I mile, "SO, Kiglnh .Avenue,  .New York, \\ S. A.  MIN'llli.M. Al T    issii.  umoi I' >  IKIIIIHt   llfcl.f   IMIMK'VkMkMs  For  Sale  Riverside    Ranch  llll.st   KlMl|l'llll\ .   IS.   l\  320 acres, (ill acres undercub  livaiion,' 00 acres yood bottom  land, balance bench land well  limbered. '  RTQCIC.  \7 head of-l'attle.  (Horses.  Farming Implomeiits etc.  GRASSICK   ft   DEMPSEY.  CONTRACTORS  AND  13UIL.1JBRS.  Fort   Sleele   13.0  HARRY   BARR  ���     Fori Steele,  H.C. ���  General Blacksmith,  HORSE SHOEING,  AND JOBBING.  Mining;    Work    a   Specialty.  Professional.  North Star Lodge  P^^T      KOHT S'l KKI.E, Ii. C.  NO. 30.  A. F. AND A. M.    , G. R. B. C-    -  KrKulur meetings���Isl '1'uculiiy in each  moiitti ul eltflit o'clock. Vlsillni; llicllicrn arc  cordially invited.  A. W. IIi.easiiki.i,, Seerotury,  ,     NOTICE  LITTLE JOHNNY MINKKAL CLAIM.'.  slhi in>il ui ilu- Tm i ^li rl.- Mlniim' Sll\ .-.tu:  i  if-Siialli 11.I-.1 Kooli'iKH liisiilci  Wf.it. li'L.tii'iI     On i.i-wb. i.'ici'K  i'.iKi   minei    tiiiit i   J.1I1H-N   \   ii.im-j  I     I'm- u-i dim apply lo S. Mcl.ciiu at   tlie  .veil! lm lvi.,j<'uW. 1-iv Mim-i sCViuiuaii ;,���m.|i. ���,. ,��� ,'f   .\,' ||���,.,.rti Kn't  Slivli'.  Nu      II   .li -M        UlUl   Nil*. tll.lll^uli   l',lf.' MuuM   s '  "-. mbeau'   Ny      J:fcHifU     \,        uticini    siMy  .1.i\-    fuiiii    the    time    lu'.i'iif     l.i  :t,ii>l\   in  '.ir   Minnie   Hi-'ciuil^r  for :i   (Vi lihc.iW or Im-  ,-j ^ .���ii.cnis. for illu ruipo^i   ol   olii.uiiin^   ,i  ">i. Gran' of llit1 .ilm\i .Lm,,.  Aiul luril.ori.iKi'AioiiLO lli.u ni tion iiiuUt  xoctioii ":. ���m.-.x be \'oiin:.. :u-i* 1 liofou1 ilu' i^u-  inie ul =;u.'h CVnificau- oi luipn.VtMiiiint.  NatiM 0>i- -.'Nl il:i.v oi -t ">vnit��'r. lt*H>  .1   A   HAKVKY.  MIOI  BAKING  POWDER   CO.,  CH 10*00. '  Note.���Avoid baking powders made from  alum. They look- like, pure powders,  and may r.'iKe the cakus, but alum  is a poison and- no one can eat food  mixiid with it without injury to .health.  ��tye $}VQ&p��Ctbv.  ���Saturday, octoijkuii, ihuo.  LOCAL NEWS NOTES.  v Several lnining men from  Rossland and other parts of the  province \vere in town during  tha [last week. 7  :, Prices arOjlioldinje vary firm in  flour, milling yoods, with strong  tendency to aclvanue. <so the ]iro-  prietcn-of tho Port Sleele Fowl  u Sl.or�� advises ns. This is, there-  -fore, si f^ood time to ])iii'clmso  your winter supply.' lie has just  oompleted it lull slock of flour,  meals and breakfast foods. '  Tho milhes of I). V. Mol.l and  Henry .lohnsdn, l^ernie: IJ. A.  Cainoron Seattle 'and 11. ��� L.  Kiiowltts appeared on the re^is-  i*r of the Imperial ihis w<m<1c.  The Kort. Sleele h'loiir * Kood  Store proprietor is a<jenl for lhe  Fleetwood Ceylon lea. Try it  �����CO and vou will use no other.''  TV. W. Doble and A. \V Ale-  -Tittia were visilort. to l-'orl  ���twele on 'Wediiesdny.  In writing, the boys of S truth-  ���ona's Horse make no. mention  ���f eoniing home.  Robert Little came down from  Pol-ry creelc on a business .trip a  few days ago.    '  Mrs. Durick has returned 10  Fort Sleele J'or a visit after an  absence of nearly two years.  Charles Thies 'of the Port  Steele Mercantile Company was  il visitor in town on Saturday of  last week. Accompanied* by  John Pink ho left On. Sunday, to  loolr at some mining claims at  the head 'of Perry Creek.  -'       o  The school trustees have sent  for a new'bell lo replace the one  now in' use. Citizens living in  the vicinity of the school house  will rejoice.  .1. P. Armstrong left yesterday  to, inspect the work- on the St.  Mary's road.  o .1. H. Ci'olf formerly in the employ of Carlin & Duriek has accepted a, position with "11. G.  Parson of Golden. .  NOTICE.  ^'..My Ji r - afur i,.ii<. I nutria. u> applv io  .ho i.lurf i 'onii.irvMom'1 of L.:i!itU .ui^ WoiLs  ... Victoria fnr otTHiis^ion lo purvha^e th.. folio, '.hi: JcM.'rilit.��.I '.iii.:^< Coninl*.ncilii' .11 ^ po^l  Ni'.itutc i.r tiie ^iu,:h ,\c>.: (t��u< r of l.ot WV.i.  (Jrout) ' IC. otfii.i;, l>-.^:ri.'4 ih^ru-.1'��o^i In  chains: Tnciico ^oiith Wcliiiu^. ;bt*nco o.-i^t AD  chums, theure north Ai) chains to tin* point of  commt-tiL'y un nl coiil.imi:'^- in all IM ocrcsof  land more or irss. (.  EDWAHD KMVKL1.  U.itod l-"ort Sttclo. H. C . .-i-ii'.ciulHji i">. I��0  CALGARY FLDUR  IS THE  BEST.  D. .1.   I^lmer ol Moyie,   was. a  visiior at Steele on Thursday.  -John Went worth who has been  with the Cranbrook Herald for  several months, will shortly  leave for Idaho, where he has  ��� iurag interests near Kathdruui.  Th�� general election seems   to  ke somewhat, like the weather   a  .little chilly.  The lirst snow fall of the season wa.s on Wednesday last. This  i.s a little early for Port Steele,  bul we will'have line weather between now and Christmas.  .1. C. Hooker a Iter whom 1-Jooker  creek was named was in town pn  Wednesdav.  John I'. Larson   was   in   town  on Wednesday. t  W. White, Winnipeir and P.  A. Carlay. Montreal were reinsured at the Imperial during the  v��t��k.  ./����� Van Hook a mining expert  from Nelson wa.s in lown durinir  the week'.  The date of the general election has not yet been given out1,  although it is probable the date  will be fixed this week.  Mansfield 5? Cotterell  For,t Steele Cigar Store  Wi cirry a tir^l-cl:i^ line-of  x Imported and Domain*,  Cigars,  Cigarettes  and. Tobacco  \\Y alio ha\i* .i full Vina of  pijx,*-,   111-  tihulin" .Mi'tTMshitiim and HH1J. ���  r��nest dtiil.v ncwsiLipt'i"* in our,trailing room  S<��o our stvick of J'i cent novoK *ac* iwohaiijfc  one roV^iiv L\wTy6n^nnv?lI"rLr.r(l uud leturn in  i<o6(i order ^ ' ^  Our Biliiiird   and   Pool Parlor  <���   and Card room arc hr.-t class,  Ak'unis for Canadian lJncillu Teloj:rapli Co.,  ^i\ inj-r iHi L'c-L communication'to any put of Lhe  world. Atfunts for Canadian Western Telephone Co. giving (IrsL class service loCian-  biook anil feL. Kuj,'tMie Mission t   ,  ii  Jt vou are Liavelliiitf. u'et out rates. ,Wc can  s'jll \oiia ticket io .my ]Tait of the world via  Lhr Canaihan I'aciilc i^ailwayianil its conncc-  Lion*..       ��� , i  Tlu- Most  (.VdiijiK'lL* lloalili  Ursorton  iho Coiitincnt of Xorth Amorica,  Situ vuHlrnidst^eOnery nmi\ailed foi Grandour  Halcyon    Hot    Springs  IlojUnj; tlshmnCo ni + q niiim  KOsidem IMiv-  A. K\eurMuns Oallliai IUIII^siciaii A. Nuts.*  Ffaloyou Springs. Arrow Lako. !��.(!. >  In tcle^rapliH' comnninic.aion ;  with all paits oi the woi Id.   '  Two mails airive and di'patt everyday.  u  Term**, 515   to -Sl8  per week, nccoiUiiU!  to residence in Hotel or Villa**.  Its I3;uhs Cine all Xervous and Muscular  Diseases, [ts .Waters Ileal all Kidney. Liver  and SLoinaiMi Ailments.! (  CARLIN   & DURICK  s-  (ji:ni:kai.  I'ort        .  Sleele;  Sole Agents lor tho  MERCHANTS  Eest  Kootenay.'  FOKT Sl'MKLK  I)KVh'I..JPMENT.STNIIlCATK lyrtf  , ' ii  I3K r.euilenliull Slri'et, London, HiiKlttnd  N. A. WALLINGER,        FORT STKELE.  HOST OFFICE HOX 8.  THOMAS    McVlTTI Id   '  Poi-t/ Sli'elu R.C.  W. U. KortK.     ' ll. W. imcciiMot  ROSS & HER CUM EH.  Barristers     -      -     Solicitors  , NOTARIES FUBLIC  CONVEYANCERS. . .  Port  Steele, ,/).   0  Canton Steel  COMPANY  TiriS'STKior.Js gniirantooil'lo ho oqnul to Jossop's  or  Firths in all  ���   11.\KD Uocic Woiik.  Sor.io Aokntr'  SO 1.10     AfiKN'I'S  Shaving S? Hair��Dressing Parloi  Si-xl to Oiwni.il Hotel   ���. ���*  \. i   ,  <,  FORT   STEELE, B. C.  All kinds oC hair work   y    \  '    -       " i ' ii s]i'oci'alty.  Grows Nest Goal oo��pany  Giant Powder Gompanu.  ,,  ^     '  Mining Supplies a Specialty.  Ajjeuls foi-lho   MASSRY    1J ARRIS - CO.,' Limited. '        '>'  , , Farming   Implements.  T.    BOB  LANDS and MTNES  '' NOTARY ,PUBLTO '  Oor.r.KO'l'lONS kIvkii l'HOMl'T A'lJTKNITON ,  Fort Steele.    "- .   B. C.  L#  ' Tho Allan liner Ponioranian  wa.s injni'O'I while goin^r up tho  Clyde, by rimnimr into a sunken  steamer. How much ^hi? is  darna<red i.-- not known.  Willie Hleuscieil, who i> at  McGill University, i-. ciirryinira  Iteefsteak on hi�� lofi oplio. ha.> a  sprained wri.st. with a thumb out  ���f place. This i> a result of an  encounter   between   the   Second  ' year men and Freshmen. The  freshman from Steele lr.ii-^t have  \been where the blow~ loll the  thickest.  . J. TH. Plnminer of  Toronto,   a  Bank ol   Comnicr<;e   official   wa.s  'registered at the Imperial   Hotel  on Fridav.  H II. W'alhOn of \'ancoin'er,  grand master of the Miihoiiic  oj-der in Hi'it/ish ('olninbia will  risit, Fort Steele next week-.  Anionc the .visitor?) at the  Paris Expoiiiion on Wedm^day  wiii Mis (leu H. (iilpin of Fort  Steele  SK.U.HD Ti:.VDi:i{Sil(UllL'>s<:il to Iho un-  ilcrsit'iicd mul i-mloiscil "TeiKlei'<.. foi Unldcii-  VViiulLTiiiciu 'I't'k'jir.iph." will be locelvt'd ut  ilns oillec innil S.iuiril.iv. ilie (ith October  piox. for the supply of Telegraph polos for, a  line fiom Ooldon. it. C. ulonjr the roudway to  Wimluimeie. a louI disiuiicu of ninety miles  moieoi less. .iIm) Tor the ounstructioii ol the  above line of telegraph in .iccoioanee uhli the  speeilH'.uiun.  Specifications inn be seen and foi ins or tender  and all nei-cssai\ information obtained at'the  olllce ol .Mr Wm. Henderson. Clerk 'ol Works.  Vietona. H C at the oilier ot the llesidem  engineer. Xe*.\ Westininsier. H. C. on application to the 1'ost master at Golden, li C. and at  the Uepiitmeiitof I'ublie Works. Ottawa.  ConiiMctois aie noiilied that tend.is will noi  be considered unless made on the iinnted form  supplied and stoned wall their .ielu.il signatures '  An accepted cheque on a cliaiteied bank,  payable lo the older of the Hon. the Minister  of Public Works, equal to ten per cent ol the  amount of the lendei. must ,iccomp,iii.\ each  tender The cheque will lie foifeiteil if the  pa.-t.\ decline thc'coniraci or fail to complete  the woik eontinctei! for and will be lelurned  m case or non-.iLceptance of tender  Tin1 Uep.irtmeut does not bind itsell loaceept  the lowesi oi am lendei.  Hy order,  JOs. K. HOY, ��  Acting SeciiMai \.  DKIMlOMI.M   ill ���  1'rHl.ll    WdllKS  Ol 1  %H \   s,;.],!    im,, ]{HHI  .S'i'Wsp.ipels   nisi.| Uni;     Ihi,     IHheltisellieill  uillioul .iiiihoilt\   fioin  the  I)e|>aituienl.  will  nu) In p.uti fur it  A. JGREZ,  Proprietor  Gus. lyTeidig;  Contractor   *pt?   Builder  All Ifinfls of Fancy,Sinn iiiitl Hnu>e  I *:li rit.i u��r. Ciiluiitiiiiino' anil I'jipor  Ilnn^iiio ii h]iuciitll,y.  FURNITURE   REPAIRING  All Work Strictly First Class.  B.   R.   COOK.  Livery,  Feed   and   Sale  Stable.  Fort, Steele, 33. C.  TRAMINO OP AF.T. KINDS SOT.ICITRO.  Stores at Fort-Steele '^d Cranbrook  G.H. GILPIN  General     iMercHarit  Hardware ���   ,'   ,   "       ���  / , Dry Goods  Machinery ' ������   .    _ Clothing  Paints and Wair Paper Footwear  ,   *   ������ General Mining Supplies   , Groceries  Furniture, Carpets, Stoves.   " General House and Hotel ^Furnishings.  ' * Of1  Sole Agent Hamilton Powder Co.  Oeo. S. Mi-Curter. j. a. Harvey  ' HARVEY & MoCARTER  Hurristert),   Solicitors,   .Xottirieti  Public,  Conrei/nncers ttc.    '  FOKT  STKKI.R, li, C.  UKVKI.STOKK STATION ami aor.l)KN(    -  ���A    v  COLLECTIONS  PROMPTLY  MADE.  Uouglas  Corsan  ' i      l  [(IM-M1K)       *  nOFFICE-ltivernlde Avbiiuo.     '  Next.J)oor tn nieasdeWs hrtttj Store. -'���   h  ROYAL  HOTEL  K3M3iEKLEV, Ti. C.  The Finest Liquors and'  Cigars and Best Furnished "'  Roonia in Town.      ' '  J. "L.   GATES,   Prop.  HIGHWARDEN    ���&    SON.  PIONEER   BARBER SHOP  Everything Sti'ictly First Class.  Next door to the Prospector.  U.   0.   JiTiiiim  Kimbei'lev.  ha>   ��rone  to  Dick Fr.i.vjr went io Xclhon on  Tuo.idiiv with ii bateli ol   jirison-  Gl'h.  Mr.   Wi.'iiiwoi'ih   of   lhe Cran-  Tirook   HernUl   wii^  :i   visitor in  Koot  Sleele oil Tlie��,dfl V last  For Sale In Kimberley.  Two   j;o(��Mi;n    iiocsk   iii.x^i.  Wood -sli.-d >.\1(|. |[,.|| Mdimo (hnililc  hiiiiidiMl und jupi-i-cil 1^x2^. Kciu'u  pf'-t- iimiind tin; Int. u-.uer laid on, Vii>  uMi'tli iifiiinl uihuI on ilu- ground. II  li��'ii-   20 i-Iiii-tcfii-. .and 2 looili-l'-..  'I'm in- i.'i-v r<-:tiiiu;ilil(>.   K:i-,y iiiMliLll-  nifiil -viteni.    Apply lo  IIIOAf.K .V   KI.WIC.LI,.  l-'orl Sli'i-N- or Kimlicrlev  ANDREW   NEI DIG  GONTRftGTOR     and    BUILDER  llOHSK ANO SKIN* l'AIN'TINfi  OALOIMINISO mul l'APr.ll  IIAN'OIN'd  KOR'P SrrEELE, 11: C.  13~.~   All   work- promptly clone.  I Fort Steele  8 rean  G uOh LIfli  V ]<]. Siinjisfin h;is |iist re-  liii'lied to < 'riinlirofik lioiri Oipe  Nome  .3. W. IJ. Smyth iriiiimyer of  ��� ho Bank of Coininercc nl (Jreon-  wood was in town on I'Yidu.y.  The infant son of Mr and Mrs.  T. T. MeVittie dieM   on   Monday  Ift.S*.  ��� Rev. G. A. "Procnnioror K'evel-  gtokc i�� expected If) juiy Korl  Steele a hrief vi.sil next week.  N. A.. Wallinger will 'leave  Knirland. for I'Virl^'Steele in the  con!���>><��� "i' a montri.  North S,l;n- lodge. o/'A.F. iind  l-\ M . held their regular��� ineet-  iin.' "ii Tuesday evening.  Him I'lwts, yiiiiny or 'old, should,carry  ,i Imtili of I'ain-Killcr in llii'ir Niidilli:  Imii-. 11 euros cuts mid wounds with  wonderful (iiiiclaic.-H. Avoid suhsti-  Inlos, 1 here is I'liu (inc I'iiin-K'illcr.  I'err\  Diivis'.    'Sn:. und "lOe.  MILLINER V  Just  Received���A  large con-  sio'iinient of Lai est Styles,  MRS. DILSE, Proprietor,  J GROCERIES  *  Fort Steele *#  Cranbrook  1 c  Wholesale and Retail  .DEALERS  TN  KEEPS   CONSTANTLY   ON    HAND  I'^resli Mreail :md Cakes  l^resh Fruits every day  Fresh Vogetahlfi*  l^rosh Eg<^s  I-'resh Milk and Butter  Trade Marks .  Designs  Copvriohts Ac.  Anyoiin ��i(iii(lln(f n nknlrh nnd rtrccrliitIon miiy ,  qiilokly'nirnrliilii <mr (/pitilrm froo wluithor nn  ln��-..nU'ifl In rircihnlity jinlonl.nbie. Cdiiinimilcn. '  tl.itiHnlrlcl.ly^f.fillflfiriltal. UnmUxiftlcoii 1'aUilitn  M'.nl. frft). Olil(M.( /ti'iiiiry for (.ficiirhiK piftfMitn. ���  ' I'litcnln ukcti tlirriutrli Munii A (.'d. roci'Ivf:  nj'fdtil nutter, without, chftrKe, In llio  Scientific Jfmericait.  A hnndsnmeljr lllimtrntofl weekly, J.nnrc*t clr-  c-ulnt.tfin ot any unlentltlc jntiriutl. Tonus, f,rl a  yonr; four months, |1.  Sold by nil nowsdcnlcrs.  MUNN&Co.36'8'-^'New York  Hmncli OIJIcb, rX, V SI... Wiuliliiitlpii. IJ. 0.  ^>TO��ISI.%':��HM!����^a)^l��IIOKi���Q��M  CUIIE ALL VOUR PAINS WITH       ��  in-Killer.  A Mudlolfn. Chsst In Itself.  Slmpls. S��f�� and Quick Cur* for  CRAMPS, DIARRHOEA, COUOHS,  COLDS. RHEUMATISM,  NEURALGIA.  25 and 50 cont Bottles.  BEWA.R6 OF IMITATIONS-  BUY ONLY THE GENUINE,  p PERRY DAVIS'  I  I  T. 6. flrmstrono  ,   Port Steele, B. C.  i j  MANUFACTURER .OF   -  Tinware, Galvanized Tron, Sheet  Iron,   Stove Pipes and  ~ Copperware '  BUILDINGS'HEATED und VENTILATED  f  Plumbing,  Pipe  Hiding  and   all  kinds.of sanitary work  ,flir Tiolit-^Hot Blast Stoves  ITyd ran lie   and" Air   Pipes   for  Mines  SPECIAL   ATTENTION   PAID   TO  JOH'WOKIx.  CROCKERY  MENS   FURNISHINGS S  GLASSWARE *  ' m  ���  8  m  BOOTS   and   SHOES  Giant   Powder  Fuse , and.   Gaps  HAY    and    OATS   U.. .-  w  <w��7  *  AV  l''Oi:-nHVKL()l*KI>       o  MINING   PROPERTIES  rN EAST KOOTENAY, B. C,  WRITE  TO     '  Chas. JCstmere,  Mining and Stock Broker.  Kimberley, B.C.  CONTRACTORS  All   Kinds   of   Brick   and   Stone   Work  BRICK, and LIME For. Sale.     '   I TLASTElilTNG Promptly Done  U. COHN  TAILOR  AND IMPORTER OF  FINE WOOLLENS  Rocky Mountain Avenue  Fort Steele, B. G.  GEARY  &.- DOYLE.  Liveru, Feed & Sale Stable.  .. Kort.Steele. n.(.:'  ...   Ke^ular  Daily ��� St life  meets all  train* at Fort Steele Junction:'  SADDLE & PACK HORSES  1 KA.MING OF ALL KINDS A SPfCIAJ.TY


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