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 IMbrarT of Lei? Ass  ^nsyjjniyTjr^rinnjyyyrT^  sj     minuuaj. production oj-'  cIkort stkkke mining division*  �� IN   I MM     $2,746,869  ^���InJlirDJTHrtrtiiSuriiJu  MUSEUM,   PRODUCTION  Or  JiRlTJ.SIJ   UOLUMMA   IN"  IWiU  $16,407,645  *i/in/uiJT^iJin!hjiJi/i!njinji3UQiji>ij $?  Vol. 7.  FORT STBBLB, B. C, SATURDAY, OCTOBBR 79, 1901,  No 41.  New Advertisements To-day.  NiHli'i".. -IS-Lit-i'iiM's Coni anil Pe'roleuiiiJ'iiirt-tt  ^f'ffr*--fri"f*f��-tft*fff*t'F��"lr-r*ffC(^  It    MINERAL FLOAT     J  **��� "5  In lSiil! the only mining district in'tho Kootenays was that  of (lie Port. Steele dislricl.  Tlie slump in lead on Mio London market hit British Columbia  load producers hard.  The  building of   a   Canadian  smelter at. Marysville  lo , handle  the,silver-lead production of the  .Sullivan mine will help to''place  lhe lead production of this dis-  ' tricton an independent basis.  It is estimated that the lead  production of the Fort. Steele  district would have been doubled  ��� during 1901.-ii' the'.lead market  ' were in a condition to restore  prices that would leave a reasonable working profit for the  mines/ , -   ,'  Tlie,Canadian Pacific railway  .holds ,r.ho lead   industry  of this  district in the hollow of its hand  Between   the   smelting   trust  1 and the C. P. R. the lead miners  of  I his  district are ground between   two slones,   and   lhe big  producing mines are at. a'si and-  still.   '        - .-.',.'.  Tn the mean time lhe lead industry must suffer, t  '. ' Tliere caii be no argument, as'  ' lo the justice of the demand" for  hottertransportalion rales over  tho Crow's Nest rail way.  New finds of iron' ore.are ,con-  I l        h f  stantlvbeins" made' in   the  Fort  *" t "  Steele district-  '^_  ' "Wild   Horsey creel* is destine.d  ,'to become a great mineral camp.  DevelopmenTon. tho big iron  property on Bull river is going  ahead steadily.  Froni this time out there is to  be greater activity in the  Perry  the growl h of'flic, mineral industry in the Fort Steele dislricl,  has afforded a rapidly increasing  production.  Development of the mines oast  of the Kootenay river is .sle-ndily  bringing this portion of ll.ie Fori  Sleele dislricl. to the froni.  Tt i.s report odo 1r|ial , Frank  Collett has secured a bond, on a  large'/area of coal land nt Bkiii'-  m'ore.  The Bull River iron mines are  rapidly being'developed.  WILD HORSE NICKEL.    '  OIL FIELDS IN EAST KOOTENAY  Development Commenced on Monday  Last. ���Indications are Fairly  Favorable.  creek gold mines than there has  boon hitherto. *     '    . '  o  A'fifty stamp mill is lo be installed on" Perry creek next  spring.  An examination of the property of the Perry Creek Cold  Mining Company was made' last  week by N. Goldman of London,  Eng., accompanied by J. W. R.  Young pf Port Steele:1  Good work ris being done on  the Kootenay King and Watson'  mines on Wild Horso'ereok. The  load on"the property is said lo  bo forty feet in widlh. The ore  ��� galena.  Reports lo t.he effect that' a  number of diamond drills will be  used for prospecting purposes in  this district are about lo be  realized.  A rich strike of copper ore i.s  reported lo have, been ' made on  the Mystery claim situate on  Alki creek.  Some rich gold specimens  were brought down from the  Dohorty mine last week.  J. W. R. Young accompanied  by N. A. Wallinger visited the  Perry creek gold mines Tuesday  last.  The gold output from the Wild  Horse placers will bo increased  by over 100% this year, over that  of 1000.  The present year has been one  of consider:!bio aolivil.y in development worlc throughout, the entire district.  The discovery of placer  "���ravel   on    Lamb  creek   caused  The bonding of tho nickel property ' on Wild Horse ' creek,  about three miles from the town  of Fort Sleele, revives some interest in that metal and it may  not be out of place to remark  that the character of Iho ore  Ihero is different from'any-other  body of nickel ore now being  worked. For a long time tho  world's supply ofJ nickel came  from "New Caledonia a French  penal colony. Jn 'that- country  they mine a silicate of nickel and  the industry has reached considerable proportions. About' 12  years ago ,a large body o[  phyrrhotite ore was encountered  in the construction of the C. P.'R  in the Sudbury district. Nickel  was discovered and Cleveland  capitalists got control of large<  tracts of mineral lands, for in  Ontario, the mining laws;1 are  framed in the interest of" capital  ���**- TJ t t ,        *- ���>  and   tho   prospector ��� has   little  consideration.     Tlie-ore is free  from interfering elements and is  mined in most cases very cheap:-  ���ly. Probably-the largesl'inining  plant in the Dominion, has grown  up.from the development, of the  Sudbury nickel. There are'two  smelters with eight furnaces,  which with tho mines give deployment to nearly 2,0,00 men  and under, the control of the  Canadian Copper Company. The  company are working seven  mines and runs twelve' miles of  railroad connecting the mines  with the-smelters.  ��� The nickel on Wild JTorse  creek is silver gray in colon and  is associated with lime. Arsenic  and antimony are coiislittionls of  the ore. ' Those are interfering  elements and Ihe ore will require  different trealineht from other  known nickel ores.  As nickel is usually treated on  tho ground to save freight rales  on ore, ���and the matte only  shipped to the refinery Llio possibilities of a. deposit so close to  Fort Steele are only - limited by  the ex lent of the ore body. It, is  unde'rstood that the work* done  on the Crace Doro ledge since  'Monday has uncovered tlio ledge  about -10 feet and that the indications are considered highly  favorable. . ,  Seeping- Oil Found In Many  Places.  An Oil Field of Much Promise  One of 1hc�� various  resources  of South .East, Kootenay waiting  for development is lhe petroleum  found in the Flathead  valley  in  the south eastern portion   of the  P'ort  Steele  district.     This is a  section    of' country    but   little  known',   and  is  separated  from  tho remainder of the disftict.  by  a=z    . .. >  a high range of mountains.   The  natural outlet of the valley is  down tho Flathead River into  Montana. Al ���- thevpre'sent time  there, is a trail from' Elk River  up Wigwam River lo tlie head of  the valley. The ^promoters of  the Kootenay Contra! - Railway  Company recognizing the fact,  'which was well known to, them'  that, there was- indications of  oil at several points in lhe valley  have secured by charter an entrance through the valley tby  Wig wan River. -  oil field svill be speedily developed and that the success of this  enterprise will have a great  bearing on lhe value of the oil  lands on this side of the line.  Good Bye To The West.  'Winnipeg, Oct., S.���The Duke  and Duchess' of Cornwall0 bade  farewell to the west today and  are once more speeding eartward  on their, special train.  PETERBORO    LETTER.  Some  voars ' ago The Pros-  considerable  Moyie.  Fort ..Steele,  in" the-''center  dislricl.  East Kootenay Stock.  Asked.  Crow1!, Nesi Co.-il.  ..      >Su.U0  Niirt.li Star  ���'{-">  Sullivan.   HI  Silver-lead Quotations.  New York. OrloVr 1:2:  liar Silver   MtSXiuiLI] (Idllill'h   r.eii(l          (.'upper  .  London. OrLober 12.���Silvt-r. 2(i-  ceppt'i-. CH.'l l."i-. : lend. I'll   ���")-.  Hid.  2i,  -���573  Ar,i  A.'Mi  lli..->0  II Kid:  Market Conditions.  Trade  channels    show   a   remarkable     heavy    shipment   in  mining supplies during the   pasi  excitement       at' Wock.  ;.   Business   is .fifty     per    cent  is situated- right better (than   a  year   ago at this  of, a rich mineral  During' tlie "past   three .years  time. 7:  Coal market'shows .a- slight: in  crease in coal and cuke.  PKCJ'Oit called attention lo the  finding of crude oil in the possession of some Stony Indians  who annually hunted in this  valley, and I hey were induced to  show some miners whore they  obi iii nod tho oil, which they (the  Indians) Avere in the habit oi, using as a medicine for complaints  of all kinds. Tho surface indications are good, and two different qualities of oil have been obtained. Oh Kishnoena Greek a  short distance north'of the international boundary lino is a  black.o'tl similar to Lhe Pennsylvania and Ohio oils. ' On Sage  crook some eight miles north,  there is fonndfan oil that is nearly pure of a light yellow color  whiclV will^burn in'a lamp as it  comes from the ground. Close  by there is natural gas. escaping  from  tho bedrock  which burns  i,  freely on ignition.' Due east of  Sage crook, and on the eastern  slope of Lhe Rocky Mountains in  Alberta,'' there is plenty of surface indications of crude oil.  And the finding of these indications over-such a large area','  and in the same formation would  go to show that there is a large  oil field awaiting capital to develop it. And we may expect  that in Lhe near future that the  oiP fields in , South East Kootenay will be known all over the  world.  Though Ihe natural  outlet  of  the   valley   i.s   lo   the south, the  ,nearest   and    most    convenient  route is from Elko on the Crow's  -Nest line up Wigwam river.  oil south oi^ Tin? boundary.  An enormous    territory     has  been   acquired   by. Butte parties  in Ihe Kinlla Lake oil  region   of  Lhe Flat head County iu Montana  jus! across the line from  British  Columbia.  This basin is part of the same  in which so many oil claims have  recently boon taken ou this side  of tho line. The oil is of a very  high grade lubricating quality  said lo carry a fair percentage  of illuminating.  In tho vicinity of Kintla Lake  there is an immense seepage of  good oil showing that the gas  pressure must bo vary great, as  Ihis basin is at an elevation of  .",700 feet above sea level.  ��� A wagon road from Bel ton, on  the Great Northern railway,  some 07) miles in length has been  constructed and heavy drilling  machinery is now being hauled  in and erected.  With such men as Frank K"le-  potko, General Manager of the  Boston and Montana, C. S. Batter man, H.. L.. Frank, W. A.  Clark and .James'.'.!. Hill interested m these properties there is  every reason to believe that this  A Number of Promising' Mines.���The  Silver Belt Makes a Shipment of  High   Grade   Ore.  From Our Own Oon-'spoiitletii.  PAYSTON'E.  Peterboro.. Oct. 9.���W. S.  Santo purchased the Paystone  claim some two or'three years  ago and has shown his faith in  his property by the work he has  since done. The< ledge consists  of a large body of pyrrhotite,  which is the vein matter of the  Rossland mines and in Sudbury,  Ont. .'it carries nickel.' Mr.  Santo," lias found copper, and  nickel values iu the ore. p .  silver belt OROUP.  C. M. Keep, president of the  Silver Belt Mining Comyany, "is  now at the smelter with his shipment", of high grade ore from the  Silver Belt propertyiii the Paradise basin.,. This, property has  not been very extensively developed, but what work has been  done is ih the richest ore yet encountered in, the Windermere  district. Some of the ore'shipped  wassampled by reserving every  fifth;shovel full." This sample  which .represented a considerable share of the shipment, when  broken down to small nuggets  and quartered, gave an assay of  some" 1,000 ounces of silver. The  ore carries some "copper values.  It is understood that a' force of  men will work the property all  winter and it is pleasing to ' report there is every prospect the  body of pay ore will increase m  size. It, is expected from the  assay-value of the shipment,  that the shipment will pay all  the expenses of developmental^  leave a considerable sum in the  treasury for further development.  PARADISE  CROUP.  H. C. Hammond, Toronto, reported last week as visiting the  Paradise mine of which lie is a  half owner, expressed himself as  well pleased with the work done  on the property since his inspection a year ago. The raw hide  trail from the Toby creek wagon  road lo the mine is now being  improved and put in shape for  the winter.  who organized  m;rcn croup.  II. E. Noave.  the Peterboro Townsite Company, has with his family gone  to Victoria for the winter. Mr.  Neave has an option ou the  Dutch group, and is negotiating  a deal with a London, England,  syndicate.  D15LPIIINE  GliOUP.  There is now 80 tons of ore in  the bins of the Delphine mine.  Tho extension this summer of  the Toby creek wagon road to  the north fork makes it possible  to get the ore out, and as soon  as snow comes it will be hauled  to the Columbia River landing  for shipment to the smelter.  �� ="  E In Tunnel and Stope 3  vuuiumjuiuuuiiinkiiiuiuikuuuana-i-  BULL  RIVER  IRON   MINES.    -  Extensive developments ar6  now going on at lhe Bull River  iron mines. Two tunnels are  now being run on a large vein of  high grade iron which will tap  the ore body at a considerable  depth". It is said that the company are makiug arrangements  for deeper and more systematic  exploration ' by' means of a  diamond drill.  BLUE CROUSE CROUP.  "Development work on the Blue  Grouse group of mines continues  The new tunnel i.s now in' 20  feet, ,a cross cut at this point  shows that the lead has a width  of 12' feet. . The ore is a chal-  copyrite carrying silver and  gold, it has an average value of  #2!) per ton.. Development up to  date consists of 220 feet of tunnels. HO feet of1 cross drifts)' and  an open cut .10 feet in -length  with' a depth of 20 feet. ���'The  property is situated on ' Sand  creek, within a few miles of the  Crow's Nest railway.    c  A'OOLD  CAMP.  A number of mining experts  who recently made an examin-  ation of the gold quartz mines  and placer diggings on "Perry  creek, are of the opinion that  still larger values'will be obtained as depth is gained. The  conditions offer .exceptional advantages for" handling ore, and  low grade" properties can be  worked at a'profit to owners.  W1U. OPEN' UP MIXES.   -  The Fort Sleeh'-mining divis7  ion awaits but the construction  of the north and south railway  'through the Kootenay valley to  become the, richest mining district in British Columbia. The  line is practicable'in every way,  grades are easy and the country  through , which the road would  pass is rich in undeveloped  mines known lo have ' large  bodies of high and low grade  ores.  magnitude lo warrant the erection of large works for thifreduction of the ore. Besides the  deposits on Fenwick and Munroe  mountain's,,there have been recent" discoveries of iron al  several points in lhemain range  of the Rockies, and lhe indications covering a wide area of unexplored territory' are sufficient  lo warrant that still larger  bodies, or ore deposits will be  discovered in (lie , near .future.  Nature seems tohave'ovorlooked  no precious or useful metal in  this district. ,   .  RECIPROCITY.  Of Benefit to Canada and the United  ' '     States.  Relic of Early Days.  Prospectors from1 Tanglefoot  Gulch sent to Tm-: Pkokpkctou  office on Monday last a relic of  early days in the Fori ,S'"'��1��  district. It is a section of a t.i ������>-.  about two feet [in length, and .-,  foot in diameter, one side blazi-d.  bearing the inscription, P. &��� I'S..  August iith, l{j64.     ~ ���.  ,  A   MINERAL   EXHIBIT.  Thj: , Prospector mineral  collection is the largest in South  East Kootenay. It consists of  over a thousand specimens, and  it occupies 0o feet of shelving.  It contains specimens of ore from  nearly every mine or prospect in  the Fort Steele district. Also a  large number of.specimens from  the Windermere district. A  large glass case 10 feet iu length  contains rich and valuable  samples from prominent mines  in the United States and Canada.  Gold, copper and galena samples  from Alaska. The weight of  the combined samples is from  1500 to 2000 pounds.  Mining men and others interested in the mineral resources of  South East Kootenay are cordially invited to call and examine  this choice selection of minerals.  Wn.o Horse Creek.  The late cencus sh ows there  are 67 Chinamen on Wild Horse  Creek, who are principally engaged in placer mining and in  sluicing gravel that has been  worked over and over again. No  one knows what their earnings  are but when a payment on their  lease falls due they turn up  promptly with a.supply of coarse  gold, weigh out the amount and  return to their work. A white  mail might spin a fairy tale of  his earnings but the celestial i.s  too busy with his sluice boxes to  talk ships.  IRON   DEPOSITS.,  The future will show that the  large iron deposits of the Fort  Steele district are of sufficient  -Reciprocity will   be  the  keynote of the "Roosevelt administration/if any, dependence  is  to  be3put in signs.    Already  argu-''  men Is pro and con are being circulated everywhere and   tire .Republicans are lining up, for  and  against  the  principal   ol   trade  arrangements.       Among   other  things, the Bureau of Statistics  of the Treasury has recently, put  forth a, bulletin .pointing  out in  'detail   the  workings  of all previous treaties of the sort that the  United-   States    has   had, . and  showing  the great,- advantages'  that have" been derived   therefrom.     .Among others  it notes ,  the  result of    the*treaty   with  Canada,    which    existed    from  September 1 it 1854 to March 17, -  18(5(3, giving-theimports and ex-'  ports  of  the  two countries for  every year  of. that  period 'and  contrasting them  with.'the   two,  years' preceediiig' and  tho 'two  years following it.     The figures  show'an  enormous  increase on  both sides during (he treaty and  a marked falling off after its  rescinding.-     Briefly,   they   show  that the  imports from  Canada  Increased     from     six     million  dollars in 1852 and 185.'!. lo over  #15,000,000 in   1855,  an average  of aboufS20,000,000 for tho n'oxt  tea years,   over   $.'13,000,000   in "  I8()5 and over $-18,000,000 in 1806  After the treaty   was   roscirided,  these imports promptly dropped  off to about. $25,000,000. Exports  10 Canada amounted frb'm about  $11,000,000 in 1852 and 1S5IJ to  over $24,000.00(1 in 1854. and ran  along irregularly from that  amount up lo over ��29,000,000.  until the treaty was repealed,  when they dropped to about  $22,000,000.  St. John's Church of'Eng-land.  ..Services will be held in tho  Church of St. John the Divine  every Sunday morning at 11 a.m.  'Holy Communion tho third  Sunday in each month at 8  and  11 a. m.  Strangers are welcome.  PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH.  Christian service will be conducted in the Prosbylerian  Church by the Pastor Rev. D.  McK. Reid. B. A. every Sabbath  evening at 7:?50. Sunday School  at 2 p.m.  All are welcome to our services  Items  Of Interest.  The future of the ForL Steele  district depends upon the construction of t.he north and south  railway throuirh tho Kootenay  valley.  The political situation is getting a hades condition. Martin  silent, posing as a political tin  idol with leg-pulling propensities.  Railway competition is wauled  in this district.  A strong effort is bcin��r made  to introduce parly line* io the  coming campaign.  Jap's ar*e' being brought into  Southeast Kootenay to. work on  railway construction.  <.' 1/  THE PKOSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. C, OCTOBER 12, 1001.  :/���:  ESTAHLISHKl)    Ihitt  A.. 13. 6rac6,  PUBLISHER    AND    EDITOR.'  THE PROSPECTOR, is published  ��� tery Saturday, and has a guaranteed  circulation larger than any other paper  In East Kootenay. It is all home Printed  and contains double the news of mi>  other paper in the district.  As an  advertising  mcdiiiiii it  is 1111-  #icelled.  Devoted to the upbuilding of Fori Steel-;, iho  development of the vast mineral resources of  lbe East Kootenay mining district.  Subscriptions, ...' t 3.00 per yeui  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 PAPPP Is kept on tile at theudvur-  IIIIO I Ml Lli tisinsfluency of Alaxiindt-r  XCfi.. Suite P.. First National Hank Uullding,  Spokane. Wash., where contract", can lie made  (or it.  This Paper  This Paper  Is kept on tile at K. C  DARK'S Advertising  Agency, &4 and 65 Merchants J-.xchani.-e. San  Francisco. California, where contiact", for atl-  vertising can be made for it.  Is kept ou tile ut ihe A. Melt im A Co.   Newspaper   Ail-  vetising   Agency,   Montreal,   whole contrticts  for advertising can be made for it.  Is on sale at    J.    W.  (Jraliam &   Co's   book  This Pa^er  store, Spokane. Wash.  C��h�� $JX08p��CtOl\  SATURDAY, OCTOBEll 12, 1001.  "No Enemies to Punish-  Special Friends to Serve. "'  -No  X  ������HE wagon roads and trails  in this district have- re-  ��ceived'    proper   attention    during the past year.     A considerable amount was appropriated,  ' ' with the'result that noi a single  dollar has been 'wasted.     Many  miles of  trails, have   been constructed on good and easy grades  and ,4n   many    instances ��� these  trails can  be  made into wagon.  ���roads at a small  expense.     The  wagon   roads   constructed   this  year are a credit to the district.  *    *    *  ��� Some wise acres are predicting that Joe Martin is down and  out, and that he will  pull  a  big  combination   down   with ��� hiuf.  ' "We   think   not,",   at, least   not  as long   as  there  is a log to be  pulled. *'  . o ;****'  Opinions differ as to tho polic'y  of running the coming election  on party lines. It is claiYned by  many that nothing but injury to  the real, the permanent interests  of,.British Columbia would be  .caused by tlie division 'of tho  people on Federal party lines. ,  X-       *        X   '  The News-Advertiser says,,  'that it is necessary that the Provincial administration should bo  thoroughly overhauled so that  the publiciiTiay get efficient service for the large amount' which  is annually expended.  * * , ���*.    '~     '  The press of British Columbia  have had but little to say about  the leg pulling acrobats who  have.touched the highest and  lowest in their unscrupulous  efforts and bare-faced manner of  "hold up".  *       *       "X  If the Dunsmuir-Martin government get down, and out,  there will be a grand opening  for. a number of capable and  honest men in the next legislature.  "The political fight now on at  Victoria will only end wltan Jog  Martin'emigrates  to  a  warmer  constituency.  ���>���    *    ���/���  Good Conservatives and good  Liberals are determined to elect  none but good men to the Provincial Legislature in the future.  * *    *  The contest for the America  Cup is settled, the cup remains  in New York. The next thing  to consider is will Canada go.  hunting for the old mug. ,'.  The future ��-f tho big iron deposits at.. Cull river is assured,  as recent developments show  that the quality of Iho ore i.s excellent, and there are millions of  tons in sight.  I'alutahle iii Ci-ottin.���"The 1). \- L."  Kmulsioii of ('od Liver Oil, for those  suffering from -.i-v-in- cou��h-. *iml lit-in-  ori*liii��c-. is used with the i-i-i-HtcM  benefit. -Mtimifiii-luretl by tlie-J);ivi- <t  Luwrence Co.. .Ltd.  .Work ou the'nickel property  on Wild Horse crook is progress,  ing well. i'  NOTICE.  Take nolice that -.ixty iLiys after il.ite  Ihat.  j  shall apply lo the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to   puich.isi^ tin- tul-  lowiiij,- described Ciown lands siui.ite   ;n smith  I'asi   lCooli'uav.   and   descrlhcd   as    tollnws  Couiinciiclii/ tu  a  post  planted on  the .south  haul-ol the St. Mary's iivi-r opposilc  l.u  ilsn.  tlience south IU cli.inii,, iht-nct- \u-si ho chains,  ihence iirn-lh almuL l|) chains to tin-  St   Mary's  ri\er iht-iice east r<illou hit,' Ilie iiii-andeiiitH- <>,  the St.   Mary's   river  ttt  place ufi, loinmcnce  nieiil  coiiiuinl'ii; m all 3.Ml acres inoit- or less.  KDWIN /'. SMITH  .will lor  jHOKCV P  I'OWl'ILL.  ���'  Dated at Fori Sicole this ,'Kt dm of   Aiit'tisi  ISXJl. ' ' __  ,w-  NOT1CE.  Take notice that sixty days alter'daie I shall  apply to the Thief Commissioner of Lands trh.l  Works for pet mission to purchase  ihu  lo'llmv-  inj; descrihed Crown  minis, siiuato  m South \  Kast Koolen.iy and .lesci-'luM as 'u)lo\\s   Commencing at   u  pjisi phinti'd ,iit the noith e.ist  corner oi Lot i!7s, Gi-ouii 1. Kootenay  district,  and marked K. P. lIOK.in"s puicluisi-. s   11, coiner, thence 'north  <li) ehaitts    tlieuee  ��e.si  SO  clia.ius.ihtritccts.ouih -Uch.i.ns.  tlteut'e  east mi.  chains. to  place  oi   beunmnis:. i-ontuiiij:.:  .W'j 1  acres moie or,   less,   subject   to   Ihe   special \  Keen.---.- noi\ ctAorm," sti.d lamt.  KDWIX C. SMITH :i-A".n for [  K P. HOC! AX t  Uated-.it Fort Steele. Ausust ��itfi, iy-)l.       ,!t.r I  Notice to Delinquent Co-o\raers.    "  .*.* *l+ ��i�� *i^ ^  Headauarters  for   Mining   and   Commercial   Men  -��.��<���.�� -.��.��-�����>  The  All    Modern     Conveniences  FORT    STEELE,   B.   C.  *  Large   Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   M6H.  &*  To Henry Roi-e and Wall-'r Sully or ���o-ilv  person or" persons to wHciii'he oi t5i\-> m.iv i  have transferred his or ilinr ititeiests in ilu- ,  Ashland mineral claim, situate or. the west t  fork of the St. Mary's river .n tlif Kort Steele !  mimti(; division of Kast Kooie-jay and rccor-h-d f  in the Recorders oiilee at Fou Steele.  ��        .   i  You,and each of you  are  htreby notitied [  that 1 have expended since November.  lsSM. '���  and to.date (s-.x hundred and suventben cfollais)  in  labor and  improvements   upon  the   above  mentioned mineral claim in order to hold said "  mineral claim  under   the   provisions   of   the '.  Mineral Act.   And if uixliiu  ninety  day.s "from '  ,the ditto of this  notice you  fail, oi ' r< fuse to  contribute your  portion  of such expenditures  together with all costs of'atlvertisin--'. your in-  tcrests'in said claim.' will become tho  property  ot ihe subscriber under section A of an-Act entitled   '"An   Act   to   Amend  the Mineral   Act.  IWO." ' r '     ..  0 '   ' ," , J 'l^WRlQMT.  Dated at Fort Steele this l'sih nay of July.  looi. , ���       ,   uo-ia  ���   Notice to Delinquent Co-owners.  To Goonre Visk. Robwi, !"?fifl. Almat"  Rain nnd I'cter Liitnei*!  Or to any person or persons to whom he or  they may have transferred his or their interests in ihe "Kiiip Solomon" mineral chum,  situate at Lewis creek on Tracy Mountain yi  the Fori. Steele mining division of least Kootenay and recorded in the Kecoider's olllce at  Fori Steele. 13. C.  You and each of you are hereby liotilied that  1 have expended since August 11 Hi.'1899, tiro  hundred dolhus in labor and improvements  upon the above, mentioned mineial claim under  the-provisions of the Mineral Act. And if -within ninety days from the date of ihis notice you  fail, or refuse to contribute your portion ol  such expenditure together with all costs of advertising, vour interest in said claim tcill become the properly of Cie subscriber under  Seeiton -1 of an Act entitled ��� An Act to Amend  the Mineral Act. 1900". ���     'j- ' '  '   - .CHARLES IJLI'LIXUUKG.  Dated at Port Steele this 10th day ot August,  1901. ' :!2-lo   >���  CARLIN  & DURICK  .MERCHANTS    GENliRAI.  Fort  Ecst  McBride Bro's.  stieirwavu Hardware  T  S t c e ] c,       t^'-^'v-���:'V,��� ^.ffiMnss&f��  Kootenav  N  W  MOORE'S  pERIORLINf  Sole AuCillS for tho  Ganion stee  !  S  COMPANY  Tins STKUTi is jjiinranloocrtn be equal  IrARD liOCK  \VOKK*.  o "'.') osso] i's  or   I'M rl hs iif ul]  Sot.i; Ac.VA'.vr-,  Grows Nest Go  I   COMPANY  Ii  G  R  A  N  \  T  E  A  R  E  SOL.1C    AOKNTS  ���Giant Powder- Gompanu.  AT  THE  WINDSOR  Table   Board   at -the Windsor  has been reduced to $1 per day.'  Single Meals 35 cents  flliickeii IliniKT  Rvorv Suiuliiv  ."JO cents  MRS. DILSE,  Windsor House Dining Rooms.  Mining  Supplies  a Specialty."  Agents for the   MASSEY  ' HARRIS    CO.', Limilod.  Farming   Implements.  ��� _ *  Port    Steele  Brewing    Co.  FORT STEELE, B.  o  C.  MAN URACT1J HERS     and     T1REWERB    OP    EXTRA.    FTNE  BEER  PORTER  Powder.   Fuse   and   Caps  Cumberland   Coal  Fort Steele     c  Meat Market  FRESH   and  SALT   MEATS  ON HAND.  ALWAYS  R, W. ROGERS, Proprietor.  Fresh Halibut..   Salmon.  Salmon Trout.  Bologna  Sausage,  Bul.lor and  Eggs.  Fish and Game in Season.  Fort Steele  and  Kimberley.  JUST   RECEIVED  STEVENS RIFLES'AND PISTOLS  ARE GUARANTEED TO  BE  SAFE, DURABLE AND ACCURATE.  THE FAVORITE RIFLE  '/'in the Center of Africa, tlie I'iUiie , of  Pairi-Killer has spread.' The n'utive.-  useit. to Cure outs, wounds mid sprains.-  a.s well as bowel <:oni|)iaiii.t.s. Avoid  substit.ut.es, there's hut one iJiiin-lviiioi-  Perry Davis'. yJoe. mid mjc.  ���r  Yovj May Need  "Pa'm-KiUeir  For  C\its  Bxirrvs  Bruises  Cramps  Diarrhoea.  All Bowel  Complaints  t in h ��urc. *&fti nm\ quick remedy.  Thcre;�� only onejjPAIN-KILLER.  Pkhuy Davis'.  i Two slzen, 25c. mid SOc.  SOLD' ' BY   THE    BARREL,    KEG   OR    BOTTLED  Bottled beer for family use a specialty  OUTSIDE ORDERS GIVEN STRICT #'PROMPT ATTENTION  S.rriSFACTION GUARANTEED'-rEuE%��orJo8.'1  :Mutz .��fe7^ott>7':.Pr6p'is,''-"7  _'^��aix't'a������v't����iiu%t��ttii5k^ii(^t%'ft��.*t.��v,u'ituiU^**t��'i,s.^;a^"4'i4'a��TV'ft��^'i'au��n%������;  ia an accurate rifle and puts 'every shot  where you lioltl'it. Weight -1,! ])0uii(!fi.  Made in three csalihcrs���723, .i'i and .fc  Rim Fire.  price :  No. 17, Plain Sights,      .     .    $6.00  No. 18, Target .Sights',   .     .8.50,  Whert' these ri Iks are not. carried in  stock liy dealers we will -semi, express  prepaid, on receipt of price. Send stamp  for catalog dc��;rihing complete line  and containing vahiahle inforination to  shooters.  The J. Stevens Arms and Tool Go.   I  P. 0. Box ^Sdo7       CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS.  I  WANTED:  AGI  vNT  l'(7)I  ���  I  'ort  Ste<  ���Ie.   and, vicinity  for  tlio  S'ile.  ol  li.tirdy  lines   of Sta.ncl;ii  ���tl I  \ ru it  Sloe  k.  Sm  ill  J'ru  its.  .Ornamental  trees.  slim  )S,   t  Ic.  Terms ���],!"  heral.        Ap  5ly  now  ti>    .  PELHAM NURSERY COMPAWY,  Toronio. Ont.7  .*4%*��%��*��%��^%��%��%,k'��%%^%*��*%*uit��u**^��v*'**'****^'***��'**����**������wk��*w |ui;  c&'  Assorted Car of Best Brands of Hour   and   Meals,  etc.  Hour, Patent Hungarian and Strong Ualcov.  Rolled Oats, Cracked Wheal, Wli call ells,  Corn meal, Buckwheat Flour, Split Peas,  Navy. Beans,   Lima Beans, Pot Barley, etc.  Bran     Chops     Shorts     Oats     Hay.  Fleetwood Tea. a pure article imported direct from Ceylon  try it once and you will use no oilier.  Fresh  Ruiter  and E��v,  Breakfast.  s.  Bacon,   1 fains  nnd   Dry  Stilt, Side Bacon.  POTATOES   ���d..CARROTS  FIREWOOD all lengths;to suit all stoves: 7  THE   FORT   STEELE  E. C. MILLER, Proprietor  POST OFFICE BOX 836,  VW*   All  Send in orders.  sipods guaranteed and prices also as being correct. THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. C, 1901.  r- vtvv-oj^  *M**M*  mm  mm  mm  mm  mm  mm  m  m  m  m  I ' (J ' (  The Mining Center of tlie District of South. East Kootenay  D  The Largest  Mineral Areas.  and the Most  Extensive     '  Coal Fields on the  <     <   ' t     <  American Continent  are Situated in  South East Kootenay  Agriculture  i , i (  .   G-raxing and the  Lumber Industry  are Prominent  Features of the  u  District. ���     J  .^\  The   Crawford   Bay   and   Fort   Steele   Railway   will  be   constructed  this   year.  The proposed Crow's Nest and Golden Railway, Recently Surveyed, will pass through  FORT  STEELE  A  ii  And   Tap    the   Greatest   JViineral   Belt   of   the   District  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  j 1  If  mi  m  Apply to  ���    JL ���  Townsite Office. THE PROSPECTOR. FORT STEELE, B. C, OCTOBER li',  1001.  @]>fte iSteaspejctor*  SATURDAY, OCTOIilili 12, 1901..  Eaat_ _Kootenay   a   Great  Region.  Mineral  The mineral resources of East  Kootenay,, wil 1 compare favorably  ��� with any section of British  Colli.nhia at a   period showing  the  sn me development.    To be sure,  other  portions.of  the  province  have been developed io a point  where ore is being'taken  out in  quantities,   and   furnishing em  ployment. to a  large   number  ol  miners,   which   has  had   the resultant   effect    of   building   up  prosperous communities, but  no  portion ever gave such" promise.  Minerals of-all  kinds  are   found  within    the    borders    of   East  Kootenay.    Gold, silver, copper  and lead. , In the vicinity of Port  Steele there are immense lodges  of gold quart!'., low grade., large  deposits   of   copper   and   other  precious and useful minerals.   Ln  '    the, early HOs  there  was a gold  excitement on Wild Horse  creek  and within four years &!0,000,000  was taken from."the  auriferous  gravel above Brewery  Creek,   a  small     tributary"-   of   tho   Wild  . . Horse.    The diggings  extended  for about a mile;  large  sums of  money jwcro expended   in  hui'ld-  1    ing iluines and  other  heqessary  , work, but the'big pay was taken  ��, out  in   four   years, ' although a  vast amount of gold  has  been  '   taken  out since,   and  il is estimated v that   nearly   $30,000,000  has been the output of,the mines  But this is an old story and mining  people   who   were   on   the  ground in the   "good  old   days"  are still   in   the  llosh' and lake  pleasure in recounting the' story  of  the -hardships and the large  amount of money they were once  in   possession .of. 'Those  days  '   arc .past and'you   and' tlie 'old  participants ar.e in' the' sere and  yellow leaf.    Younger.men have  come  to  the  front, and now the  , district bids fair to duplicate/the  wonderful output of forty  years  ago,   "aye,   and   exceed   it   too.  .Following the Argonauts, came  the*' quartz   miners.      Valuable  ledges were uncovered, .but, ow-  ���   iiig to the distance from   trans-  ', portation were not available, and  it  is  only within the  past   four  years that any great amount oi  metalliferous   mining" has  been  done���during    which   time   the  mountains on either side of   the  , Kootenay   valley    and   on    the  tributaries of   that stream   and  .   the Upper Columbia,  have  been  well prospected and many   valu-  '  able gold, copper and silver-lead  veins have been discovered.  On the St. Mary's river, a  tributary of the Kootenay, there  < arc wonderful surface showings  of copper, but too. far from  transportation lo be of immediate value. On Perry creek an  English company is developing  some quartz ledges, and are exploring the giound to determine  the method of treatment before  installing machinery. The  " famous Norlh Star and Sullivan  mines in East Kootenay; fortunately they have railroad com  niunicalion and the owners,aro  able to market their products.  Near Fort Steele there are  promising properties on. Tracy,  Sand and Lost Crooks and the  Wild Horse. ' Wagon roads have  been built very near the mines.  The Windermere country . is  showing up remarkably well,  shipments having been made, in  some instances, from time of  original location. Other mines  are being'operated by New York*  and Montreal syndicates.  There is no section  of   British  Columbia which  offers   a   belter  field for legitimate  mining   than  East Kootenay.    The di.sl.rict  is  7.large'iii extent and bids''.fair   to  ,.rival-the Boundary.'aiid Rossland  districts when the rail way which  lhe Canadian Pacilic is   lo ,b  up the Kootenay and  tho   valley  of   tlio.   Uiipi'r   Columbia'is.com-  I'; pi. j led      T In ire i:s no' place   f.-oin  'the    iiii.ernai/iu'ii i'i    lnriii-.la.ry    tjn  Golden, on iii'1 main  Iin;-   id'' ihe  Canadian Pacili'*.,  where  inin.'ral  be many years before this region  will be thoroughly explored and  its real value nia.de public.���  Miner & Manufacturer.  ,.. of Cod Liver Gil^  '('I'.adoHl.iik.)  For Lung Troubles, ,,  Severe Co.:;-,!..', Colds,  nmaciai.it.n, <xc, &c.  I'cw fyM.'inH fitii n��M lnl^ilu pmoOil. Iml  i d iniiiliii<!il in " i Ilu l>.-V I. , n is plcii-Ai>t  t.nil di ��������� I li'c. \i ill I ii lil 3. ii i ,i; \. ill mill  -iili I |iii"inlii f lli'fli! \ .1 l.:ti,r}tm li.uk  l.ilicalili.  r.ilv. i.:.tl fsl.00 T.iO;],.,.  1'iA . ! < .'is 1       .'HI Ni'.1' CO., I.imVil.  ^  II -T ��� .-,,.,-.,.-.     -^pr,  .laassLP^  "�� NOTICE.  Sixiy iliiys .nfii'i1 iliiiu'l iDtciiil tn !i|>iily m  llll' Cliirl CoiinnlssioiH'i ol I.mills iiinl Works  for iii'i'iiilssion In c-ul uml ciiny uwny Umber  fi-niii tlio lollnulni; ilrscnlii'il l.-nuls. rimiini'iic-  int,' ul a post uboiilMlnee chains eusl of tlio  C.nlilcii I'oiul, liutwcun llic HIUi .mil llilli milo  lK)sls ninnlnif t'.isi KI rli-iins. ili<>m-i' snuili SO  csIihIms. ilu'iiu. west Micliiitn*., Huncc inn ill WJ  I'liuln.s. IliriH'i; enst -III i'li.mis to place ol coin-  inciiccniriil. . ('oiitsi1nlnn -i'.IO urn's more or  l��ss.   '      .  Dated this Ilth ilny of Si-pti'iiilicr, Iiioi.  llii W. A.OHJSIIOI.AI.  NOTICE.  Sixty iluy.s lifter dine I inti-ml to applv to  ihu Chief Commissioner of I.uiiiKjim| Works  for permission to em and earrv ;n\nv limber  from the following described Innil in Soutli-  K.ust Konienay. CVimmeiieiiiK nt a post nlxnil  tlittii; elniins eiist ol tliu G')l<l',ii mud, uml lie-  uveen tho ill uml ll."> mile past/tliewo'east 1(1  I'hiiins, thence norili Ml eliains, thence west Nil  chains, thenee .south Wl'eliniiis. thonce east III  chains to plan; of' roii-.nienei'iiiciil, conlalnliiK  ���Hu acres more or loss. ���  A. II. QUACK. '      .'  :l!l    ' Hated this Nth day of September. I1K1I.  ASSAYING  c. V. Nicholson*.  I'BTUHnoitoucni, H. (;.  (Licensed bv l'rovineiul (lovernment.)  Cold and silver     *2.0()  Silver mul lend       2.(K)   >  Colli, feilvei" nut] CJ()]j|(ci'     "1.00  ��� Oold, silver, lead and i-oppos-.. -1.00  'Suinplus  left  will)   CuHiii A:   Dnrielc  will receive prompt. tiUj'iitinu.  ~ MINKI'.U.   ACT.  ���     r (roliM IV) ��  .���i'.ii'i'irii;.\'n: or i.mimiovi:\ii:nts.  A/  NOTICE.  ROY  ���    ' NOTICE.  Take notice sixty ds'y.s after date 1 intend  to apply to the Cl'.iel Coimnlssloiiur of Lands  and Works for permission to cut and carry  ���uvay limber,11'oiu the lollowiiif,'described laud  in South-Eust ICootenav. ���Comineiiceinir at a  post planted iibout-'ihiee chains easl of the  (I olden road between tlio 1! and 111 mile-post,  thenci' easl 1(1 chains, thenee north i>0 chains,  ihence westMlchains, tlience. south SO chains,  thence eusl 10 chains lo placeof coniiiiciii'cmolt.  eontainini (110 acres moie or less '   .,  JAMKS'llllllHIl.  llll       Dined lids Nlli'day ol Stpiember. lillll  ANTELOPE,     STANDARD    AND  7 O. K.    MINERAL   CLAIMS.  Situate In tlie Fort Steele rMinlni" Division  of South lOast Hooieiiay |)islricl.  ,   Where locaied:   On the right hank or 1'err  cieek  about one liiile  bclgw lhe "Old Shutf-  placer lease.  ; T.iku notice thnt 1, ,liimes A. Harvey. Free  Miner's CerlillcaH! No "IJ IIKMO'', Atfent Tor  'I'lioniiis 'I'. McVlllie. Kieu Miner's Certilicate  Xo. "IllUIWr', UobertO. .IciiuIdks, Free Winer's  Certilicate Xo. "II A'.W.i ', Oust Tliles, Free.  Miner's Certlilcale No. "IH3III.V und William  Thomson. Free Miner's Certilicate Xo.  ���'11 rilirr", intend, sixty days fiom ihe date  hereof, to iipply l<> Hie Wliiliiff fterorilor for a  C'orlillcnte of Improvements: for the purpose of  obtainlni,' a. Clown Oni.nl of the above claims.  Ami further lake notice ihat action, under  .section IIT, must be commenced before the Issuance of such Cei liflcato of Improvements.  Dated this :21st day nf September, A.l).', IBM.  llii--"'   ' ' "    ..LA. HARVKY.  $76.00  TO   BUFFALO  -SO  DAY   LIMIT  REPTEAlliER a.  OCTOBER lylu.  ���VIA--  ^���A*iiai  RAILWAY  CHOICE OP ROUTES   '  Rail, Lakes, Soo Line.  Koolo-  ���Tin*-��Bi iran^i  i3UTTnnTTtTnrfyfTTvruTTTrn?rnrTi?TTunTTnnnTTTTtTTmnTTTTnnnnnTTn^TTTTTTTTT��TYnTTTTa  MiNHHAL ACT.  I8IMI.  (roiDi 'iv) '  eillt'l'ingATK  OK  I.Ml'llOVKMKNI'S.  Through Rlcoiiinfr (Jii.i'  nay Landing lo Toron'.o  One Change to Buffalo.  Imperial    Limited     ,  Loaves M. Steele .I miel ion KAST 10.^:;  Lcsives l''t. Steele        <���        WKST i."i.:��)  C. 10. .\LAN.S1<',IKLI). .\��t. Korl Sleele.  J.S.CARTER,' E. J. COYLE,  Dis. Pass. Agt.      �����   ��� A, G. P. A.  Nelson. Vancouver  CAPITAL WANTED.  To Develop  The Rich. Mineral  Resources Of  ' South East Kootenay.  I*���  t, Partially Developed,  | And Undeveloped Copper     ' f-       '  *   ,  | And Silver-Lead Properties  | Are Offered For Sale On  | Liberal Working Bonds.  |     KOI-l    REPORTS. oAND   TNKORMATTON; WRITE TO  | CHARLES  ESTMERE. 1  ^ Kimberley,   B.C. .  1  Tauauuuii/uauiiaauiiuuuiiUiiiiiiuiiiiuuuaiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiuuiiuuuiiuuuiiiiy  The  NO.   4   K.-W..-C.   BLOCK,   NELSON,   B. C  , a       <f  Silver-Lead   mul Copper Minus w.-inteil :it. Ilie   l-LVCIJ AXOlO  MILLIXC!   COLIT)   pn.pei  PROSPECTORS' EXCHANGE \  ,i   <"   ' NOTICE.,,  SI My iluj.s uflcr ilule I inli'Vl lo npply to.  Hie (Jlili'f'CoinniKsli.nur ol Liimis nnil works  for permission lo imii^iiuI cinry nuiiy limbci'  from llic toi low in,',' ilusci'ibuil Innil cin Houih-  Kast lvooleniiy. Couiiiicnceiii^ nt n post uyout  thrcu chains cnsi of the CJoklcn' I'uiul between  the 33 anil 111 mile poil. lliciii'O eiKl II), ehuins,  thenee soulli ao elniins. thenee west, Wl ehuins,  thenee noi'tli MH'linin.s''thenee enstu ID elnunslo  phiee ol eiimnieneonieiiL eonl:uniiij.r HID uerus  more or less. '      ,   '  e J. A. 11AUVJ3Y.   ,  llii  Dutcil this 1 Ith (Inv oi September, mill.  ^Notice .to. Delinquent Co-owners.',  To Stephen Youn-t, or to any person or  'persons lo whom ho oi^they jnny have tr.ins-  ferrudhis mieri'st in the "Piospeetoi s' nruitm"  mineral elaim. situate at Weaver creek in the  P'ort Steele mining division of Kast Kootenay  and recorded in the Keeorder's olllce at Fort  Steele.      '    ,'  You and each of you are hereby notilioil  that 1 have evpended since August I Dili. IW17.  fo'ir hundred dollars in labor and improvements upon the above mentioned mineral claim  under the provisions ol the Mineral Act. And  if within ninety days lrom the date ol this  nolice'you fail, or refuse to contribute your  portion of sueh expenditure together with all  costs of adveuisinsr. your interest in said claim  will become the property of the subscriber  under Section I of an Act entitled "An Act to  Amend the Mineral Act. WOO".  Said portion of expenditure to be paid to  subscriber at Fort Steele.  J. S. I'ARKEH,     .   '  Dated at Vert Steele this ' Will day of  AuKiisl, 1901. ' 31-  '    NOTICE.      '    '      v  Umoi'iiUl lsi'iiet.ion:tl   Mineral  Claim.  Sit mile iii the MiniiiK Division of'South Kast  Kootenay.  Where located:���On Huckleberry Mountain  adjonrnis? lhe Xorth Star Minim; Conipnny's  piojicrtv. ' ��'   .  TAICK NOT1CK that I, Neil Mcl.uod Curran!  FrecM'ncr"-. Certilicate No. "II. I3218" uctinf,'  as'ii!,'enl for the North Star Minnit; Company.  Limited, (Non J'er.sonal Liability) Tree  Miner's Certificate No. "U. I321S", intend,'  sixty days f i om the date hereof, to apply to the  MiniiiK Kccorder for u, Certificate of .Improvements, lor the purpose of obtainuiK a Crown  Clrnni ol the above claim.  And further take'notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before tho issu7  ance ot such Certilic.iieof Improvements.   ,  Dated at Kimberley, ll.C, this 20th day of  Sept. l'.Mll.  411-   '      NK1L McT^KOU CURRAN. AKOlil.   ,  MINERAL ACTA   ��� ��"  ,  '    '   '      (Fi)IIM P.) *      '  I'll'ICATi: Oh- IMIMIOVKMKNT.S.  NOTICE.  Notice-to Delinquent Co.owners.  To Wsiil Wade. 01 to any person, or persons  to whom he may have transferred his interest  in the "Roy', "Antelope". 'Standard" and  "O K" mineral cliiiiiis. (or any ot them.) situate on Perry creek m the Fort Steele MiniiiK  Division ol lO.ist ICooienay arid recoided in the  Mining Recorders olllce at Fort Steele. II. C.  You are hereby notiiled that I havj expended since October I0l!i. IMKi. four hundied  dollars In labor and improvements upon the  above mentioned mineral claims under I he provisions of the Mineral Act. And il wiihin  ninety days from the dale ol this notice you  l.iil, or refuse io contribute your portion of  sueh expendiluie together w ith all costs of ad-  vurlisiiiK.'youi liileiost in said claims will be-  cimie ni.v.prnpt'ily mider Section "I" ol an Act  eniillfd "An Act to Amend tlio Mineral Act.  I����l".  Dated at Fort Steele. Autttist L!7th, IHOI.  :t:>- , UUST  TI1KJS.  '   DiilTotlil  l^rtiutioiiiil Minci'iil Cluim.  Situate in the'Mining Division of South Fast  Kootenav.  Where located.-On Huckleberry Mountain  iidjoimni,' the North Star Company's property.  . Take notice that I. Neil MoLeod Curran. Free  Aimer's C'eitiliculc No. 11. 4.W1S. aciiiiK as at'ent  for the North binr MimnK Company. Limited.  (Non Personal Liability) Free.Miner's Cer-  lillcalc No. H. I3.'JIS. Intend sixty .days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certillcnte of Jmprovemenis. for the  purpose of obtaining �� Crowii Grant of the  above claim.      c  And fm thor take notice that action,  under  section 37. must be commenced before the issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements.  ' Dated at Kimberley.  H. C.  this -Jtith day of  Sept.. 1001.  -I0-*        NEIL McLKOD CURRAN, Agent.  SHORT LINE  BETWEEN  5T PAUL-CHICAGO  OMAHA-CHICAGO  KahsuCity���CHICAGO.  ^  |)    Cl  Colli.  FUUK   .MILLL\(i   CjOLIT)   pr(ipi>rlii!.s ' wanteil  at onee foi* Eastern >j <  invi'sUii>. ' (g  I'artion  liiiviii"   mini no-  jirojieriy  for  sitlu ure'Vefjue^lecl   in nmid' 8  sampler; nl their ore lo t.ln' MXCi I A iS'GIO for uxliiliition. f) "  'Wc desire to lii'iir .from  prospi'i'lor-  who  have  jiroiliisinyr   mineral f)  elniins in Uril.iali Coliiniliin.    ��� ... 3  r    Pronpeelor.s   anrl   mining  men  ,ire  refjiie.slerl   lo   malce   the   ICX7- (g  ANCrU tlieii'r heail<iuiirt.ei'.s when in NelhOn. ,       ���', IR  All Minijilc-j nliould ljc hent by e-\pro.->'5. L'JllCl'ArU. ,   ^ Z7''  (,orrc'-.])on(lenee solieiLcd.  , Addres.s all enmmunieiition-. to        ' *j  ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER,  Telephone No.  101.     I��. O. llox 700.  ni:lsox, ii. c:.  Your attention is eallcd to- tho  "Pioneer Limited" trains of>l.he "Milwaukee iS: St Paul Rail way." "The only  perfect, trains in the world."  You will Iind it desirable to ride on  thohc trains when K'oing' to any point in"  the Eastern .Stilted or Canada.- They  connect with _ all TrtmseoiHincnt^al  Trains- and nil Ticket A��entri sell  tickets.  For further information, pamphlets.  etc.Susk any Ticket, Agent, or  K. L. FOIID, '  Pass.1" Agent,  ,   SPOIOVNE  'O.-.I. "13DD^' '  ���   'General Agent,  .    .JJOllTLANO:  The iMost Complete Health  Kosort. on  '   the Continent of North America.  Situated midstSceuerv unrivalled loi Grandeur  Halcyon    Hot    Springs  iioatiiiK ,lsh|n"}la nitariuni 1{<;',itl,inL ''''J'*  & |.;xcur.sions  sician & Nurse  MINERAL ACT.  1 (FORM   f.)  ciiuTiric'.'i'i: of impkovk.mun'i'S.  NOTICE.  I lidlsnensable in  \  Every Hon1,  A Reliable  noli. ' j  I !..-i..-::..S.v  Thermometer  and Barometer  Worth ?1.0O, specially made to  meet the climatic  ocwulrtlons of  .Western Canada,-"will,1 be sent  free  to every yearly subscriber'  . of  the  WEEKLY FREE PRESS  ".,':.'��� ���'-'       I       ������   '        ,.'���'���  Season 1901-1902  .." Cut out. this advertisement  and forward to Free Press with  one dollar and receive Weekly-  Free Press for one yiear together wiith a handisome theiinoiri-  et'W and barometer.  Ivino-  Solomon,   Queen  of Sheba, IVig  Beiul    Boy   ���mil   Honcyeomb  Minei'itl Claims.  -sSlUiiito in the l'\>rt Steele Miuint' Division of  Kns.1 ICooienay Distriet.  Where loe.ited.���Neai lln> rorks or Wild  Lloi.se creek. '  'Pulse notiee that I. 'Phomas T. McVittie, P.  M. p. No. II -UIM. !i��ent for C. M. Parker. Krec  Miner's Ceililieate No. II'ITHS, intend, sixty  days from the dale hereol. to apply to the MiniiiK Keeorder for a Certilieate of Improvenients  for the purpose or obtnininir a Crowii Criint of  the iiliovu elainis.  And furthoi lake notice that aetlon. under  section :!T, must be commeneed hefore the  issuance of sueh Certilieate ot Itnpiovemenls.  Uiitcd this COth day of July. A. I) 1(101.  30- THOMAS'P. MeVIT'PIl".  Halcyon Spring's. Arrow Luke. R.(J.  In telCKraphic communication <  with all parts of the woi Id.  Two mails arrive and depart every day.  Terms, SI 5  to  SIS  per week, according  '.  to residence in Hotel or Villas.  Its Baths Cure all Nervous and Museulai  Diseases. Its Waters Ileal all Kidney, Liver  and Stomach Ailments.  KIMPTON   &  PITTS  WINDERMERE '*�� DONALD  General Merchants  , i  : Mining spite a SpeGlaitu  Minors o-ohiff northwai'd via Canoe River Route will find iWi large.  saving and convenience! to'procure their supplies at. Donald.���>���  *    '   t-       ' ,  <   '       ii-' c  " i.-      '^^. '     l",   ' ' ' c'v'     -  ���     SOLE AGENTS for     -  u  (yanton  Steel Company  Windermere, Golden and Donald  Mining- Divisions. ,  t  Agents  at  Windermere  for  the California Giant Powder Co,  East Kootenay  Bottling Co. ,  GflNN & GO.  General     Merchants  f        FOKT  .S'LMSKI.IO,   B. C.  Fkuit      , ' ,  ('OjNM^KCTIONRKV  Stationiouy  CirjAus.  Post 0pitch   Stork.  flerated waters  Of all kinds.  Syrups, Champagnes, Ciders,  Ginger Ales,' Etc.  Sodit  wm oi'  in   siphons,.  I'conomicul w.iy to hiinillc it.  Tho   most.  ANDREW   NEI DIG  GONTRflGTOR    ano    BUILDER  gmmmmmmmmmmmf!wmmmmmmm��imf!��mii^  1 N. HANSON, 1  General iVlercHant  Lviqtwor Dealer.  AND  Zz Manufacturer of all Rinds of Lumber, ���    A larsre assort- zS  ��~ nient of seasoned Lumber and Shingles always 2  S^ on hand. . ^S  g DIMENSION      LUMBER      A     SPECIALTY. ����  I    ��� WflSfl."---BG: I  GEARY'�����������&. DOYLE.  Livfii-u,..���';Peed & Sale'Stable.;  . I'j.irt, dtoi'le U'.Ql' '���  i.IJuguliii-  Dnilv   Sl-iifro'-. inoctrf all  li.::iin's .'il Port .Stool-.' .1 iiiifli.in'.  ..SAiihl.K \-  ���At;  !OK.S!>'  has not boiou !'uu.  'll.' will not.  ALL   UI.N1>.-? A SI'L<  I.W.I \  IIOUSK AND SKIN  I'AIN'l'lMt'  .     CJALCIMININC: iind I'AI'IOK MANtllNC  TOUT STK15LR.  M.  C.  $3HH   All   work  promptly done.  J.  TAIONI77IAUSK1I  WaTCIIMAKI'II'  AND  .]|.;\v ici. Kit.  Hivci'.siilo A voiiuo.  Koi-I, Sioiilo...!:. (.'. |.  The  Waldorf  /  FERNIE, B. C.     OLD TOWN  R LJ LIC N DI D{j A CCJO M M O DA T IONS  ������;',  Sample Rooms for Commercial Men    .'   ."..','       '���  No Traveller Should Pass the Door.  Tho  Barn and  Waldor  ran  lien  you wil.  runs within ten feet of the house.     Good  y of hay and i;'rain.     If you patroni/t- 1 in:  never reii'ret it.  //.    A.    JKANOtJSJv  -    Froprieiur THE PROSPECTOR. FORT STEELE,  B. C, OCTOBER 12,  1901.  North Star Lodge  HO. 30.  AND A. M.      G. R. B.  FORT STEELE. H. C  c.  Kcgular meetings���1st Tuesday in eacli  month at eight o'clock. Visiting Brethern are  eordially invited.  A. C. Nelson. Secretary.  Rocky Mountain Chapter  NO. 123. R. A. -M.  FORT STEELE. B. C.   ���  TFieg-ulttr meeting's���2nd Tuesday in  such month at eight o'clock.  Visiting.   Brethern   are   cordially  ,   invited.  11.-L. T. Galbraith Scribe E.  Professional.  Qto. S. WcC��rter.  .1. A. Harvey  HARVEY A McCARTER  Burnaterti.  Solicitors,*  Notaries ,Publtc,  Conveyancers etc.  rORT-STBELK, B. C. f=  EEVELSTOIf E STATION and GOLDEN  COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY     MADE.  �� W. R. ROSS  Barrister      -     ,-,       Solicitor  NOTARY    PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER.  ,-  Fort'Steele,   B.   C  T.    BOB  LANDS and MINES  ,  '    NOTARY PUBLIC 7   ,  c  COLLECTIONS given PROMPT ATTENTION  Fort Steele,     - B. C.  Fo��t Steels Development Stndicatk Ltd  138 Leadenliall Street, London,' England.  N. A. WALLINGER,        FORT STEELE.  POST OFFICE BOX 8.  Douglas Corsan  " i . <*  t>  . ��� r "���  (CJU-Jfh.)  ' .' : ' >'?..'..     :'-, "'" ''"������7   -  OFFICE���Riverside Avenue.  -~"    . ..  Next'Door hi BteaktltlVit Drug Stwe'.  THOMAS.   McVITTIE  R". Lv.S.  & C.E.  Fori, Steele B.C.  BRASSICK   ft   DEMPSEY.  CONTRACTORS  ���AND  BUII^DBRS.  Fori,   Steele   B.C  Sk&ving 3P? Hair Dressing Parloi  Next to Oriental Hotel  FORT   STEELE. 8. C.  All kinds of hair  A.J GREZ,  work   "  a specialty.  -   Proprietor  TAILOR  COHN  AND IMPORTER OF  FINE WOOLLENS  Rocky Mountain Avenue  Fort Steele, B. G.  T. 6. Armstrong  Fort Steele/B. C.  MANUFACTURER ,0F.  Tinware, Galvanized Iron, Sheet  Iron.   Stove  Pipes  a��nd  Copperware  BUILDINGS HEATED ��ml VENTILATED  Plumbing,  Pipe  fitting  and   all  , kindsof sanitary work  NOTICE.   ,  XOTICE IS HKHEUY GIVEN* that v.e the  uudersij-utrd intend, 30 day's after tlie first publication of this notice, or as soon afterward as  the application can be heard, to apply to the  Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works  at Fort Steele for licenses to prospect for Coal  and Petroleum upon the following described  lauds, situate in East Kootenay. on the Kast  side of the Flathead Kiver. ou Oil or Sage  Creek, and from about ."> to 8 miles north of the  International Boundary Line:  i'oniineneiiiy at a post on the North West  bank of Oil Creek, inarked "Sir C. H. Tupper's  S. W. Corner", adjoiuinn Fied. Peter"-. X. XV.  Corner Post, thence Xorth 80 chains, thence  Kast 80 chains, thence South 80 chains, thence  West SO chains to the point of commencement  containing (HO acres.  C. 11. TUPPEK.  Commeuciut; at a po.st on tlie North West side  of Oil Creek, marked "J. Kdwards Leckie's X.  XV. Corner", about.one inilein a X. K. direction  from Sir C. II. Tupper's,,S. W. Corner po.st.  thence South SOehains. thence East 80 chains,  thence Xorth 80 chains, thence ��e.st 80 chains  to point of commencement,, coulaluinK M0  acres. ,  .1. KDWAKDS LECKIK.  Commencing at a post on the Xorth West  side of Oil Creek, marked "A. -McK. Dick's S.  K. Corner", about one uille due west from Sir  C. H. Tuppei "s S. XV. Cornel pOat, thence Xorth  hO chains, thence West !<0 chains, thence South  80 chains, thence Ea-t SO chains to point of  commencement, coiitaiiilnt; 610 acre*.  A. McK. UICK.  Commcucinj; at a posl on the Norlh West  bank of Oil Creek, marked "Hon. Kied. Peter's  X. W. Corner", adjoinlus Sir C. H, Tupper's S.  "W. Corner post, thence South 80 chains, ihence  Kast 80 chains, thence Xorth SO chains, thenee  West So chnins to point of eoiiiiueucenieni, containing 640 ames,  f'kKDEKICK PETEKS.     ,  Commeucinc .it a post on the S'ortli West  bank of Oil Creek inarked "Einnl. .\V. Peter's  N. E. Corner", adjoining K. G., Edwards  Leckie's- S. E. corner posi. thence South ,80  chains, thence West SOehains, tlience North Si  chains, thence Kast SOehains to poi'ul of commencement, containing 6*0 acres. .  ' "��� PRANK W. PETEKS.  Cuinmenciug u-ipOM. on the X. W. BHnk of  Oil Creek, marked, "K. G. Ed��:inl. Leckie's S.  E. Corner", adjoining Sir C. H. Tupper's S. W.  Corner post, thence Xorth SO chains, thence  West SOehains. thence South SU chains, thence  East SO chains to point of commencement, con-  iain!n}�� W0 acres.1 r  ��� - K. G. EDWARDS LECKIK.  Commeucms* at a post on the North West  ->ide of Oil Creek, marked "M. \\\,linker's X.E.  Corner", adjoining A. "tfeK. Dick's S. E. Corner  post, thence South 80 chains, ihence West SO  chain-, thence North SO chains, thence Ka-t SO  chains to point of commencement, containing  (HO aero.                                    "       '  M. XV. BAKER.  CoinuienouiK at a post on the S. E. side of Oil  Creek marked "II. G. Wilson's X. E. Corner",  about one and a half miles in a.S. W. direction  from Sir C. H. Tupper's S. W. corner post,  thence South SO chains, thence West SO chains,  thence North 80 chains, thence East SOehains  to point of commencement, containing "MO acres  II. G. WILSON.  Commencing at a post on lhe South East side  of Oil Creek, marked '" W. A. Gilmour'i N. XV.  Corner", adjoining II. G. Wilson's N E corner  post, thence Souih So chains, thence East So  chains, thence North 80 chains.'tlience West 80  chains to point 'of commencement, containim;  ���HO acres.     ' ! ' - <  .    W. A-GILMOUK  " .. ,  Commencing at a post on'llic, East hank of  OU'Creek, marked "E. Hrammer's S. W. Corner", about four miles in a S.W. direction from  Sir C. H. Tupper's S. XV. Corner pusl. thence  Norili 80 chains, thence East SO chains, thence  Soutli SO chains, thence West 80 chains to point  of commencement, containing 640 acres. '  E. UKAMMEK.  Coiuiiieiiuluif at a post on the East hank of  Oil Creek, marked "A. S. Burchiill's N. W.  Corner'", adjoining E. Biammer's S. W Corner  jjost, tlience South 80 chains, ihence East 80  chain-, thence North 80 chains, tlience West 80  chains to point of commencement, containing;  0*0 acres.  A. S. HUKCIIALL.  Coiumciicinj* at a post on ' the East bank of  Oil Creek, marked "C. E. Bruff's X.E. Corner'",  adjoining A. S. Burchall's X. W. Corner post,  thence South SO chains thence West 80 chains,  lliciici' Xortli 80 chains, ihence East 80 chains  to point of commencement, containing (M0 .ftres.  C. K. BKUFK. '  Comiiieneins at .1 post on lhe East bank of  Oil Creek, market! -'P. Uirney s S E. Coiner",  adjoining: C. E. Hrufl .s N. E. Corner post,  thence Xorth SOehains. thence West 80 eliains,  ihence South SO chains, thence East SO chains  to point of commencement, containing 640 acres  Corm-i", adjo'iung Margaret A. CS. Leckie's s.  W. Coiner jiost. thence Xorth 80 chains, thence  West SO chains, thence South 80 chains, thenee  Ea.st 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres  GEORGE BRADLEY.  Commencing at a post on the Boundary Line,  marked -John Bresiiahan's S. W. Corner",  about one mile South of George Bradley's S.E.  Corner uost. thence Xorth SO chains, tlience  East SO chains, thence South SO chains, thence  West 80 chains to point of commencement, containing ftl'i acres.  JOHN   BKKSNAIIAX.  Commencing at a post ou the Boundary Line,  marked "Hurley Armstrong's, S. E. Corner",  adjoining John Hresuahau's S. W. Corner post,  thence Xorth SOehains, thence West SOehains,  thence South 80 chains, thence East 80 chains  to point of commencement, containing 040  acres^.  HARLEY ARMSTRONG  NOTICE.  NOTICE IS HKItRKY GIVEN that we. the  undersigned, intend thirty days after the llrst  publication of this notice, or as soon ihcienfter  as the application can be heard, to apply to thu  Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works  at Port Steele, for licenses to piospeet for Coal  and Petroloum, upon the following described  lands situate iu Easl Kooteuuy, ou Starvation  Creek, on the Kasl side of the Kliithead River,  andrruuuing from ihp Boundary l.iuetotno  miles Xorth of It.  Commencing ai a post on the N'urlli side of  the creek, marked "A, T. Klrkpatrick's S. W-  Corner". Jdjoiniug 11. C. Baker's X. W. Corner  post about one mile from thu Hound ly Line,  thence North 8o chains, thenee Kast So chains,  thence South So chains, thence West so chains  to point of commencement, containing till)  acres. ,  ,     , A. T. K1ICKPATIUCK.  Commencing at a posi on the North side of  the creek, marked "11. C Baker's N. W, Corner", adjoining S. U. Baker's X E. Corner post  thonce South 8o chains, thence Eiist So chalns-  theiiee Xorth so chains, thence West So chains  ,u> point of commencement, containing 040  acres ��  HUGH ('. BAlCKK  Commencing al a post on the Norlh side of  of the creek, marked ��� S. It- Baker's N.K. Corner", adjoiumfr John S. Tun's S.E.Comer post  thence South So chains, thence West So chains,  thence North So chains, thence East' So chains  to point of commencement, containing 040  aeVes. ,  S. 11. JBuker  i Commencing at a post cm the North side of  ,ibr creek, inarked '-Johns', 'mil's S.E Corner", adjoining A. T. ICirkpalriek's S W.  Corner past, thence Xorth So chains, ihence  West So chains. ; thence. South 8o chains  thence East So chains to'polnt of comm ence-  ment. containing 640 acres.  JOHN S..TA1T.  'Commencing at a point on the Boundary Line  marked "W. M. ICirkpalriek's S.E. Corner"  about one mile aud one-half in a South West  direction from A. T. Klrkpatrick's South West  Corner post, ihence Xorth Su chains, ihence  West So chains, thence South So chains, thenee  Eusl so chains to point of commencement.,  uontaiiiing (Uo nci es.  W. AL KIlifvPATKlCIC  MINERAL ACT, ISM.  (FORM r.)  CFHTIF1CATK OF IMPROVEMENTS.  KOT1CE.  "MIDAS"    MINERAL   CLAIMS.  Situate in'the Fort Steele Mining Division  of East Kootenay District.     - ' ,   ���  Where located: On Boulder Creek, a tributary of Wild Horse Creek.  Take noiice that I, William R. Ross, Free  Miner, Agent for P. C. Andrew's Free Miner,  R. J. MrKenzle Free Miner and H. H, Browne  Free Miner, intend sixty days from the dute  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a  Certilicate of Improvements, for the purpose  of obtaining a Ciown Grant of the above  claim.  And further take notice that action under  seciion :tr. musl be commenced before the issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated this .*>tli ditv of August, IINII.  .')���.���- W. It. 1COSS.  After Work or Exercise  DO/HDS  jPRttl  tin- IhmW h (tMiliiij; of (.Miufmt and  Soot In * tir*'d  tnuKi'lt'i, ro-  mo^t'H     ��nie-  U^^r* lllli Mli M ���  llt'HM  Mllil  l'|*'<'  t��trt'i(^lti.  [>i.n't taVe the weak, wut-rry wlccli IimzcI  pr-cpurntloh-* irjirocntcd tu be "ilie imih.*  ����*' Pond'-* l:\trACt, whlclt ca-illy iuur and  Kcncmll) contMiii "woyj alcohol," a deadly  poison. >0  mmmmmmmmmmmmmm&&&im#mH*mr&  m  m  m  m  Kootenay  Hotel m *  Boundary Line  Tobacco Plains,  ,     ���      B. C.  t  m  m  JULES HUREL, Proprietor.  GOOD     ACCOM MODATIO.Y    KOI 4    TJ4AVI3I J.INfJ     MIW  A First Class Home  Good Sluhlfi    Rigs of all kinds.    ��;uldlo and Pack lloi-sos  m  m  4s-  Mr  ������  m  ���������  m  m  mmmmmm0mmmmm%mmmmw%m#&*&*m#  **************#****S!****>��*��***-'S*^����^^^#***^*^  The  Canadian BatiK of GommerGe  '   W. R". Ross y isi tod  Wednesday.    ' -^  Fernie on  C.   M._ Edwards   roturnod  Steele on Thursday.  to  ��� hot'al Opinion is sirontfin fuvor of  I'yiiy-Itnlsuni. It (.'iiru.s, cohhIis and  colds, wiih absolute ucrtiiimy. I'lcaHant  to take and .sure 10 ctiri'. Manufactured' bv the iifoprieloi's of I't-rry  Davis' I'ain-Killer.  The steamer North Star will  be  placed   in winter quarters at  Whites Landing.    ,       !'  ' </  Colonel and Mrs. ' Henderson  came "up from the ranch ' on  Thursday. '       i,        ,      -���  HEAD OFFICE--TORONTO.  Kttid upCapilal $6,(XK),000;  Reserve Kmid *2.000,0fl():  t(i.">,(l00,0(li>..  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  i  t  #  *  *   1 , London Dffiee; (Ml I.oiiibiud Street, i:. C.  New  Vork Office; Ml Kxcluui^e IMueo.  And ft8 braiiuheM iu Canada, the United States and Uritish Columbia.  Cranbrook Branch,  HUBERT HAINES, Manager.  #���  *  P. UIRNEY  ffitye T$XQ*pz&ox.  JSATU14DAY, OCTOBE14 12, 1901.  ���nHfmrtnmnmnnimwTmmTmfTfw*  I  LOCAL NEWS. I  .'.iUUimiiiuiiuiiAiuiiUimitmiuyuAiti>:.  Sir Thomas Lijiton is saiii*lied  that'the  Columbia  is. the,best  boat. -     ' -    '"���' v'.  J. A. Harvey went to Fernie  on legal business on Friday.  ' Government Agent Armstrong  was at Perry Creek on Friday.  C.   -A.- Fraser,  visiting  his  sister  Henderson. ���  England, ' is  Mrs. Colonel  ���   A. Mut.z came up'from   Fernie  on'Thursdav. '  , ��� .   ,  ,   C. M. Keep went to Nelson on  Friday.     7 "    '  LIMITED  HF.ADOPFfCE  46 Queen Victoria St.,  L'ondon,, England.  British Columuta Office  ,Koitr Stkele, n. o.  C. .\1.' KnwAuns.  ("Jen"!, .Maxacek.' ���  30,Q00 Acres Farm Lands  Dr.'Brodie  the Windsor.  and." la in i ly  a re. at  ,-,-1'. C.'��� Armstrong shipped a  number of-* stoves ". to Tobacco  Plains on Tuesday.  The roads- and .trails, constructed'-this year in South East  Kootenay are a decided improvement on those constructed last  year.  N.   Hanson  Tuesday.  visited  Steele  on  Captain Frank Armstrong' was  visiting his brother J. F. Armstrong on Monday last.  A large number of Cranbrook  visitors were at Steele on Saturday last.  E. .]. Peltier,' Cranbrook, was  in town on Tuesday. He visited  The Prospector office.  To make good bread and  pastry it is somewhat essential  to obtain good Hour. The Fort  Steele Flour and' Feed Store  have it, if you don't need that  kind .why it is'as well to deal  elsewhere���they do.,a strict line  of business and do not depart  from it dealing in .all kinds of  flour and milling goods, hay and  oats.       . * '  flir Tiaht  Hydraulic    and   Ai  .Mines  Hot Blast Stoves  Pipes   for  SPECIAL  ATTENTION  PAID  JOB WORK.  TO  NOTICE.  .NOTICE Ih HKHBUY UIVEN tliat we. the  uiidersiKned. intend 30 duys alter the first pub-  licaiion of this, notice, Gi-a-i >oon thereafter a*,  the application can he heard, to apply to the  Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works  at Fort, Steele, for licenses io prospect for Coal  and Petroleum upon the follow ins described  lands situate Tn East Kooienay. on the East  side of the Flathead River on Akamanum or  IClslianeen Creek, runnlut; from the lioundury  Line to aboul four miles. Norlh of ll.  Commencing at a post on the Norlh bunk of  ihu creek, marked "II W. J.ane s S- Vi. Corner' . adjoinins- U. H. Klrkpatrick's N. VV.  Corner post, thence North SO chains, thence  East Ml chains, ihence South ?<i chains, thence  West Hi chains to point of commencement, con-  tainiti!.' **"' acres.  H. XV. LANK.  Coinnienciiij,'.11.1 post on the North bank of  ei-.-ck'marked -C If. ICirkpatrlck's N. W*. Corner , adjoiHinjf Mrs M 10. Lane's N. K. Corner  ]Wsi tlu-nre .-soulli Wl chains. Iheiu-e EUslXD  chiius. thence North .VI chains, ilicnce West 80  chains io point of coiniiii'iiei'ineiii. rontaiiiinir  (S-ln acres.  (1   H. KIltK'l' \TltICli.  CoiniuenciH"! .it .i posl on the Noitli I.,ink of  the creek, marki-d "Mrs. M. li. Lane's N. E.  Corner , udjoiiiins; 1) I' HalLihan's S. r��� Corner post, thence .South w) chains, ihence West  KHhains tliencc North B0 chains, thence East  Wi chains io point of I'oriinj'-iiceiiH'iit, containing *illl liirrs  M. K   LANK.  Comiiir-iiciii'.' at a post on tin* Nortii lianli of  the creek ni.iiked "U. F ll.ill.ihan's S. E, (,'or-  ih r . ailjoiiilm; II- W, Lime's. S. E. < 'in ner posl.  lhcnce Nor 111 W chains, thence West Wl cliaiu.s.  thence South Wl chains, thenee. Easl .Wl chains  to. point of commencement, c.oiitalnlnc MU  acres.  l>. F. IIALLAHAN.  Coitiuicuvlrii: at a post on the North side of  Ule erecU, marlied "Mai(,'aret A. (.!. Leckie's S.  W 'Corner", about three miles lu a S. W.  .direction from II. W, Lane's S. XV. (,'orner post,  Ilicnce North Wl chains, thence East Htl chains,  thence .Sotilh W chains, thence West Wl chains  to point of' commencement, cotitalnlni.' tup  acres  MARG.VKET A. O.  LKCK1E.  Coinineiii-ini! al, a po.st ou the .North .side of  the creek,  marked   "Otoree  Urudley'a.   S.  E.'  N. Goldman of London, Eug.',  is visiting at Nelson this week. ,  Work on the Bull river bridge  commenced on Monday last.  The regular   monthly' convocation^ Rocky Mountain Chap  ter,  day  R. A. M.  evening.  was held on Tues-  Lost.���A small note book, together with several letters and a  small dictionary. The finder  will receive a small reward by  leaving the same at this office.  1 Winter is drawing near and  martin are migrating south; why,  dont Joe Martin follow the band.  We believe that if Mr.. Duns-  muir consulted his own wishes  he' woukUresign. He is tired of  .having his leg pulled.  '     Death Of Clarke Walltice.  Woodbridge. Ont., Oct." 8.���  Hon. N. Clarke Wallace passed  away at IO.-ITi this evening.      0 -  InTlTefar famed Kootenav Vai.lev  uf payment.   Prices   $l\f>U ' Per  aukk  proximity, to the Crow's Nes'i  for Sale on easy terms'  niid   upwards. Tn" olose  Raii.w  VV  Lots in- the town of Elko are now on Uieniarket, prices $50,  and,upwards'according to situation.      .   ' -   .   , .       ,.      -.  Euco 'boasts of the biggest water power 'in South East  Kootenay, and will be the junction of the Crow's Nest Southern  Railway.      L y, ,  ,   Correspondence Solicited.  E. J. PELTIER.  Wholesale  Liquor  Dealer  Cranbrook.  B. C. ,  When in the market for Liquors.  Wines. Cigars and Schiltz Beer  Dont go ou(. of Kootenay for  . you can do better at homo by  consulting tho big wholesaler  ��l CiiANnuooic.  E. .7. PELTIER.  Messrs Pollen and Laid law  visited the Estella mine on  Tuesday.  R. L. T. Galbraith  dermere this week  business.  is at Win-  on   official  Constable Carter  was al  river on Tuesday last.  Bull  J. P. Armstrong, government  agent, was at Cranbrook on  Monday.  W. VanArsdalen and TI. Am me  returned from a prospecting  trip to Baker mountain on Monday-  L  ��� No substitute f<-��i* ''Tin; I). &  .\leiit.li'7>l 1'la.stcr, , altlioti^li .some tm-  Hcni-Milo'iis dealers may .say there is.  Kecomineiided by��� doctors, hy hospitals/  l>y the eU'.f��y, by_'everybody, for stiIV-  ness, plettriuy, ���&��.. Made by Davis <S.  Lawrence Co., Ltd.  A large new and modern heating apparatus is now being  placed in the Port Steele Hospital by T. C. Armstrong.  Hotel Arrivala.  1MPEUIA1.:  Chas E. Reid, Cranbrook.  W. P. Reid and wife    " "  Mrs. G. II. fiil pin,  Mrs. Hunt,  Miss Moffit. "  Miss W. Moffit. "    ��� ���  Miss Leitch, '"  Mr. and Mrs. H.McVitte,  W. P. Gurd,  A. McAllister, Winnipeg.  J.McKercher,  Pernie.  D.V.Mott,  Capt. P. P. Armstrong,  .Jennings, Mont.  J. H. Baird, Toronto.  Irvine Sedgewick,- Wasa.  N. Hanson, ���'  J. McKechnie, Pernie.  , C. M. Keep, Windermere;  A. Mutz, Pernie.  C. A. Fraser, England.  NOTICE.  Tike notice lhatisixty (flO) days after date,  we Intend to apply io the Chief Commissioner  of Lands aiii Works for permission to remove  obstructions and make Improvements on r.ainli  Cieek, In order to make said creek iiiiviiruble  for Ioks according to l'lans and Surveys fyled.  The only lands affected by .said improvements  oilier than (Joveriiuiem liintls. are l.otsllWH and  ���Mr: Clroup I, owned by A. T. Clark. Tlie only  ��liter afTccted by salt! improvements is said  Lamb Creek.  Tiie Hate of Toll proposed to be. eliuiyed Is  Two Doilurs (��-J.lXI) per Thousand feet, board  measure.  Dated this lHili day of September, lOlll.  :H- THK MOVIK l.UMHUH CO.  NOTICE.  Xotiee ih hereby given ihut Manslield  A Cotterell, TobaueoniHts at Fort Steele  1>. C, have turned over their business,  to C. M. Keei> of same place. All  accounts due said Mansfiotld A Cotterell  will be paid io .J. A. Harvey, at Eon.  Steele, agent for C. M. Keep.  O. M. KEEn.  Dated at Kort fcjteelo, Septembei'^rtth  iyni.  CHAS.   P.   CAMPBELL  Undertaker  and  Emhalmcr  Craduato   ol"   Champion  ,  College   of   the    United  States.  Upholstering  inul  flcneral  Purnit.ure h'epairing.  All Worlc fiuara.iiloed.  Telegraph or  Mail  Orders  Promptly AI tended to.  P. O. Box  Cranl  >rook,  B. C.  Save your Snowshoe Tags.  The most poptihir brand of Chewing1'  Tobacco in Canada to-day. i.s "Pay  Roll,.", livery plug of "Pay Ron."  bears.a "Snowshoe'" Tag- Consumers  should save these tags, as valuable presents are given for them.- When you  buy "Pay ' Koll" .Chewing Tobacco,  ask your dealer foiiour new illustrated  premium catalogue.  QUA KANT IN'10 I, SKI'VICI'.  The. Dominion Cloveriniieni i.s now iiiiiin-  lalnltiK a quarantine .service to prevent, the in���  trodiictlon of smallpox from .soutli or- tlie.  H'.iiuidtiry at Tobacco Plains.  The. quarantine (juai'ds tlicre are. M.-  lMlin.II'P.S and K. A. hiLTON: 'Uiul nil  persons de.slriii'f to cross" Into Canadlftii territory must report to lliom. sivinif .satlsfueior.v  evidence of recent successful vaccination, or  otherwise must submit to be vaccinated on  crossing.  'A 'lieuvy  tine  may  bo  imposed   on   tiny  persons netrlectlnfj or defylnx quarantine regulations; |    . '  HUGH. WATT, M, I).  S4- Dooiiuioii Quumutliie Offioer.  Fort Steele  Diamond Jubilee  Hospital  MISS FOt-SON,  M/ITHON.  Oradintteof Si, Lukes Hospital,  .  Vuiic.nuviir. B. (.!.'.' ���'  Tliis  Institution Juts  been  enlarged liy, a new wing whic]  open  for" reception, of patieni-  tei'ins ajiply to  recently  i   is  iiiiu'  Miss Folsom,  Matron.  J. V. SMi-ni, Sec.  Port Steele, B.C.  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