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The Prospector Oct 5, 1901

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 Library of Leg Abi  b, minkkai> phoductiox oi-" 3  g< poirr STKELE MINING division "5  SJ I.V   lt.00     $2,746,869 ��  ���=.'vruh30i!riJCro\KiLfi5uuiJuiro  ��ntVrnftftiiiTnjviru%fViiYrUaiTnfLn^  MINKKA1.   PRODUCTION*  OI"       V;  UKITISH   COLUMBIA   IX  IW-'J       5  $16,407,045 .     %  *LTl/lA/UT]nIi>UlArUUTJliuUT^  Vo7.  7  FORT STBBLB, B. C,  SA^'t/Z^Z)^ r, OCTOBBR 5, 1901.  No 40.  New Advertisements To-aay.  ' I'miilifi Supply Co..Oiilli.i. (.'amulu.       I��:i(.'t; "  Notices, 'J -Noll Mcl.eoil Ourrun, tisjenl..    "     ��  ,   , t -  1   �����   MINERAL FLOAT     5  The. erection -of ���:i smelter at  Marysville is an important  feature in the'c-niineral progress  nl" this district. ,  The mountahis'and canyonsof  the Port Steele district are alive  with, prospectors.  The mining news of this dis-  ' trict from day to day reveals  that a. marvelous development is  going on.      ' ,       ,    ' "  Considerable interest, has been  aroused in the deposits of building   stone   situated    near   Bull  river. 7'   '  ' A great deal of work is  going  on along the copper belt, tra'vers-  ' ing  the nortii  fork of  the  St.  Mary's.   ��� _  Tho older  Ihe formation, the  '   more   permanent    the     mineral  vein. 1  ' The North Star is a property  which lias been extensively  worked for 'three years, it. is a  constant payer of dividends.  The census returns for British  Columbia  show  iii  a   most   re  markable manner  what  the  hv  ,   dustry of lode mining is able  to  accomplish Tor a country. r  The Perry  creek  placers  are  ,    yielding gold up to $20 . per day  f1o tlie"man. ''  . .      i .        ������  '    Iron ore of the best quality   in  ,, practically unlimitedextenl, and  0   favorably situated, are found" in  o,1 ho 'Port Steele district.'"  ���Some very-rich iron ore is being  taken   from ��� the'Bull  river  '   mines.  a Quartz mining on Wild Horse  creek is looking up.  ���' The'Stai group of claims on  . Bull river is being put in shape  foi- -work during" the coming  av'i ntor. .    ;  The prospects at the Esfella  mine, Tracy5 creek, are said to  be looking better than ever.  There,, has been no material  change "'in the condition and  operation of the Wig producing  mines of this district.  Within a Tew years the mineral  wealth of the Port Steele dis-  trict will hold tho attention of  the mining world.  The discovorios'Of largeobodies  , of iron have been made during  the past week.  The   Est el la   mine   on   Tracy  creek is ready for sloping ore as  ' soon   as, a   road   is   built   to the  mine. ,  Capitalists from -Wisconsin  Were, looking over the Perry  creelc placer, mines during the  past week*.  The luining'condilions of the  Port Steele district are most  gratifying.  A number of experts visited  the Dibble creek iron mines on  Thursday.  Some unusually fine iron ore  was brought in on Tuesday from  the Ironmonger' mine on Dibble  creek.     .    ���      :      -  ' A contracts has been let for a  long tunnel on. the Star-group of  mines. ' -,..���������        7   ���  Two big mining deals were  closed at Port Steele ���during, the.  past: vveck.  Reports' frqm'the big iron  iiii nes oh Peiiwickinouiit.ii.in are  of tlie most -, encouraging  character. ���  7 N'. A. Wall!tiger .and. T..  Hughes are prospecting for iron  on Dibble creek.  The  Port  Steele ininiug dis  trict'as it, is commonly referred  to and described, is inclusive ol  all the area, iu South East Koole-  nay, and is roughly estimated as  having an, area of 7000 square  miles.  A large amount of supplies  went lo lhe iron mines at Mull  river, this week-.  Many' mining , exports have  labored under the false impression that they inulei-stood  geology and mining.  THE WINDERMERE MINES.  $20,000 BOND.  A   Large   Amount   of   Development  Work Done During- the Past  Season.  The  Wild   Horse   Nickel    Property  Goes to C. F. Nicholson.  ,  On the' west-side.'of Wild Horse  creek, three niiles from the town  of 'Fori Steele, is sit nut ed the  Urace Dore nickel claim, 'which  has boon bonded to C. P. Nicholson of Peterboro. ' The consideration is ��20,000. "The life  of the bond is six months, with  two intermediate payments.  But little "development0 has  been done on, the property, a  shaft is down ��� a short distance,  also a. tunnel which has been run  some twenty or thirty fee,t.r The  vein is said to",bo from four to  six feet, in width, the ore. a  nickel oxide, has .fair valuosi  specimens have run > a"s high as  U% niclcel. ���  ��Mr.'Nicholson is already male-  Oil *  ing arrangements towards "lhe  development s of the property.  Work* will commence next week.  SOLD   FOB   $12,000.  Placer .Ground On Perry Creek ' Sold  '   to Eastern Parties.  Messrs. Theis, Thompson and-  others, "who haveni fi ft cell vears  lease on several placer claims on  Perry, creek, have sold their interest, to eastern parties for  Sl 2.000..  Tho placers are situated on  Perry creek above the falls* and  about one and a half miles from  Old town. The ground is said  to be very rich. It is the intention of the owners to put in a  large modern hydraulic plant  early in the coming spring. A  sawmill will bo sent in at an  early date. A 'ditch about  three miles in length will bo constructed, and all preparations  completed so as, to commence  active operations as soon as the  season will permit.  Elko Notes.  rrom Our Own Uorii'MiniKleni. ���  ���  Rlko, Oct. '.-!.���Work on contracts around Rlko has been  stopped until right, of way  matters have been adjusted.     ���  ,  Mr. SI ark, chief engineer,  passed through town on his wa.y  south.  The Columbia hotel is about  completed and will be ready for  business on Saturday.  Tlie. mayor of our town seems  prosperous, as he,, should be,  having it full house all the time.  George has waited a. long lime  for the coming boom and is now  reaping the harvest.  Townsileage.nl reports numerous sales of lown lot -, and the  town generally wears a. prosperous aspect.  Messrs. Baker. Thompson and  Edwards had a, thre_ej.Ta.ys shoot  at Orowjs Nest. Landing,, but-  from the bag the .shoot ing must  have been .very: wild,-, though  they say the ducks were.  The post office inspector ought  to . take: up the in fitter of two  mails a day for Elko. 'It hikes  three days to get an answer from  Pernie a distance of 2t'> miles.  Glorious weather, though  rather chilly for those who get  up early.  '���',..  {The new jail has been 'coni-'  pleted, and so far has liad only  one tenant.. ������  nonius  of in cm ciuadk ouh.  I'ioiuOhi Own C'niTf'spoiuleiil.  . Windermere. October   1.���The  first     snow     of      the,    season  fell here about September   10th  and     evidently    came   to   stay.  Prospecting is virtually - at < an  end for the year. While'no new  strike of importance has been  made.' substantial progress is the.  resnil of annual assessment  work. The ledges are showing  up well. ���       .  The properties that will - be  worked ihis winter are the Mac-  donald mines, formerly known  as lhe lied Line, Paradise,  Silver Belt, Kootenay Queen,  Delphinc, World's Fair, Phoenix  and possibly 1lie Isaac.  Mr. H.,C. liainmoud of Toronto was up | to the Paradise last  week. Consulting engineer S.'  S. Fowler, of Nelson, was also  in lo.examine the property and  lay out the development work-  that is to be carried forward this  winter. The property will be  extensively' and - systematically  developed. No more ore, will be  taken out'than may be necessary  in developing work unless of  course tho lead and silver  market, should improve. - The  eampshas been put in good shape  for a year's work. About >20  men are now employed and the  force is to. be increased.    ���       :   ������  TI/E   WAGON   ROAD!   ',  The Horse Thief- wagoii road  is nearing.' completion. Mac-  domild creek has been reached  and with over 100 men, at work  the remaining eight, miles r/of  road will be constructed ^before  frost sets in unless it .should  come' earlier than usual., Mr.  Starbird is having a comfortable  house built at Blowfly camp, located about half way between1  Peterboro and,,the mines. A  good amount of ore has been  worked out which will be taken  down and hauled lo the Columbia  river ihis,winter, and sent to the  smeller in the spring. All the  available miners in the district  arc . being sent up to the  mines  MONARCH   CiUOL'P  OF  MINKS.  The Richmond Mining Company of New York which has  lhe Monarch group of claims  under bond have done considerable development . work during  the summer. Work i.s suspended  just at present pending inspection by the. company's representatives.  MINK��llONI>l':i>.  B. 0. Burton has bonded his  Iron Musk property lo the Mac-  donald Mines Company, and is  developing the ledge. From  last advices theie was IS inches  of solid galena in the face ofjhe  drift. ^  KIN'fi.  this season lo iind out where  their ledge was and the results  are highly satisfactory. Having  determined the extent and  character pf their ledge this  season, they will open it by  tunneling'as soon- as they can  get in on the ground in the  spring.  ISAAC  CLAIM  The Tssac claim on the north  fork of No. 2 creelc, owned by  Williamson, Cobb, Conners and  Scott, is one of the properties  that has the biggest showing of  ore to be seen in the district.  The outcrop of galena, may be  traced for some 300 feet"on the  surface and shows from 12 to IH  inches of ore. The tunnel "has  been driven some 4n feet and the  ledge tapped ' af a depth of 50  feet. A cross-cut of the ore  body shows 28 inches of steel  galena."' All that this, property  requires is a tunnel along the  pre body to show the continuety  of the ore, to make it an excellent  proposition for any one looking  for' an' investment.  carbonate queen.'  The Carbonate Queen,, just  overthe divide from the Steele,  has two feet of ore in an open  cut, arid a tunnel is being driven  to cross-cut the ledge at a dopth  of 200 feet. '  O.' K. CLAIM. ' *"  McLean has a property of  great promise on' the same ledge  but on the south side of the  basin formed by the creek,' The  property is known as the Evelyn  and Second Effort. This last  season' he -'has traced his ledge  for 1000 feet by a series of cross  cuts, and discovered a parallel  ledge which heretofore was'not  known'to exist. _  juon cap. .. , '��� "  Steve Young-has been sinking  on the iron cap' that covers the  summit of the rim at the summit  at the end of Paradise basin. ' If  the iron oxide is the covering to  a ledge as is very often the case,  then this ledge is an exceptionally large one. , The indications  for-galena are good since with  depth  what . little depth has been  gained galena has been found  mixed in the iron oxide. This is  the property that- George Geary  sold his half interest to E. A.  Mahon of Montreal.  ALPS group.  Banks Bros, have made a good  showing on the Alps group ad-'  joining the Sitting Bull group. ,  *Tmwr!mmm?mmmmmmmmmn->  % In Tunnel and Stope =j  fc ^  *iAUiiiiJiUUiiiiUUiiUUUUUUUUlUmU->  NORTH STAR   MINE:���  The North Star is one of the  oldest shipping mines in the district, and has-been extensively  worked during tlie past ,three  years. It. has been a constant  producer and shipper of high  grade silver-lead ore. It is  opened by a system of tunnels  and levels, which cut into the  mountain at various points. Owing to' the existing conditions of  the lead market the output of  the mine has been limited to  about 40.tons per day. There i.s  large blocks of reserve ore' ih  sight, and development .work is  carried on continuously, and  new work in the way of opening  new ore bodies is laid out. The  North Star is a large and constant dividend payer.  DEMAND  FOR   MINING PROPERTY  There is a great demand for  mining property throughout the  Port Steele district. The, property must have merit, and if  any one can show up a claim,  with development sufficient to  attract attention, money for its  purchase i.s obtainable.       ' ���  Prospects are not in demand,'  in fact itis almost impossible to  place them.  A number of important deals  have been perfected at < Port  Steele during the' past month,  capital is now coming' into the  district., The bonding of the  Grace Dore claim on Wild Jlorse  creek, and the ��� purchase of  placer ground, on Perry creek,  'will do much Cor..the future development of Smith Kast Kootenay. ' ' I r ' '  "niBRLU  ORKU'v  .IKON.  Messrs. Dibble, Mather, and  Caldwell returned from Dibble  creek on Tuesday. They have  been engaged in ascertaining the  extent of the iron beds located  some two weeks ago. They' report'that the vein has a width of  18 feet of solid specular iron.  The color, of the iron i.s a dark  steel-gray having a highly  resplendent lustre; will streak a  cherry red or reddish > brown."  The iron is said to bft of ~a~ver,y  miles from Port Steele. A  large amount of development  work has been done during tho'  past year. No. 1 tunnel is .now  in llTi feet, a cross drift at this  point, starting from the foot  wall, has been run iiO feet, all in  ore, without, reaching the hanging wall. ' No. 2 tunnel i.s iii 3d  feet. No. '.', tunnel is; in 3o feet.  The ore is copper, carrying  values in gold and silver. A  contract has been let to run a  tunnel, at a point below the No.  '{ tunnel, which will'tap the vein  at a depth of a thousand feet.  COLUMBIA   WON.  The  Prettiest and Most Thrilling'   of  '   Cup Races.  MINERAL  The Mineral King on Toby  creelc owned by .Ben Abel and  George Geary, is one of the properties that have been improved  by the, development work of the  season. A."larger, ledge of concentrating ore has been: encountered than .was supposed to exist  The ledge is wide and the  main ore body has not yet been  reached.  JUNO  OliOUI*.  The 7 .Tuno group on Horse  Thief lias a. ledge.that has been  traced over two and si'half claims  aiid ore lias been found where  ever the ledge has hcen crosscut. This property, is, fortunate  in haying owners who believe in  development work-, they have  made a good   able   bodied  effort  East Kootenay Stock.  Asked.  Crow's Nesst,Coal     tSO.OO  North Stiir  :i;3  Sullivan  10}  Silver-lead Quotations,  No.w York, QcIoImm' 5:,  Rur Silver   Mexican dollars ...,   Lend ,   Copper       Ki.50  ,   London,   October />.-���Silver, -<>-" Sd  copper. Jtli:tl2h lid: lead, ill ITS ltd.  Bid.  ���72.00  25  91  sat  A.Wi ���  Market Conditions.  One of the most gratifying  features of the weeks business is  the large amount of supplies  sent to the various mining-  camps.  Coal and coke production is  large, demand is not equal to the  supply.     ,'  There is a noteworthy activity  in mining circles.  DINN10R  FOR  SIR  THOMAS.  Chicago, 11 h, Oct. o.���Elaborate arrangements have been  made for the dinner to be given  here tonight in honor of Sir  Thomas .1. Lip ton.' Tlie Union  League Club will be the sp-ne of  the spread and as Sir .Thomas  has a host of friends in the  western metropolis it is expected  that the affair.will be a notable  one.  high grade.  ANOTHKR CLEAN   Ul'.  The Thompson placer outfit on  Perry creek, cleaned up between  tive and six hundred dollars' m  gold, last week.  A  ORKAT MINERAL  DISTRICT.  The mineral resources of the  Port Steele mining division will  compare favorably with any  section of British Columbia.  Minerals of all kinds are found  within its borders. In the vicinity of the town of Port Steele  there are immense ledges of gold  quartz, large deposits ot silver-  lead ores, high grade copper ore  and the largest deposits of hematite iron in the Province.- There  is no mining section in Canada  which oilers a better field for  legitimate mining than tho Port  Steele district.  IRON   ORK   OJCPOS1TS.  Recent development confirms  the belief that tlie..future-'will  show tjiat the large iron ore'''deposits on Bull river and Iron  creek are of sufficient'.magnitude  to7 ���warrant tlie construction, of  extensive works for : the reduction of-the ore. 'Railway  const ruction, north aiid south  through the Kootenay valley is  t.he one ���.important factor as a  promoter of the mineral progress  of .the district. v  '���  STAR GROni*.  The Star group of mines are  situated on Quart/, creek a tributary of Bull river,   about  fifteen  A   KIPTBKN   KNOT   WIND.  Special to The I*ro^p'ko-i'��ui  New' York, Oct 3���Today*  attempt to sail the second of the  series of international '-yacht  races for the blue ribbon of the  sea proved'a grand success.  Tlie Columbia won the race by  four minutes and HO seconds  The course was an equalateral  triangle,   JO  miles   10' the   leg.,"  When   ���   Sir     Thomas     Lip ton  appeared this morning he rubbed  his hands and said, "Surely this  is  the Shamrock's  day". .   The  wind was blowing  fifteen  miles  an   hour' and increasing.      Tho'  race was the  prettiest  that,  has  ever, taken "place  between   the-  two yachts., ..        ,   ' "  ,   Between 20,00,0,and ^0,000 people composed the7pleasurc fleet off  Sandy Hook lighthouse,   though  late in getting down to IhejstaYt- ,  ing point, witnessed t.he best and ,  most thrilling race over run  for'  the cup.    The "racers  were  well '  out to the   lightship  before-the-  vanguard of the great" excursion.,  fleet started down "the narrows.  It was,a magnificent and blood   ,  stirring- race  to   tho first mark.  Shamrock" had   the  best of the   '  start and crossed the line .alicad  of the  Columbia.     Both   boats ���  were close reefed and started on  the port tack, the gushing   wind  continually knocked them down.  The pace was terrific and  it was  impossible  to   determine   when  half the first leg had been' sailed  whether the Shamrock was maintaining the lead she gained when' ���  they  crossed   the   line.'       Both  yachts were carrying  the  sumo  sail.  ' The second leg in the race lost  nothing in interest or excitement  When half of the second leg had  been covered it seemed, how- -  ever, as if the American boat  had managed to crawl up slightly on her fast sailing opponent.  The Columbia, finally came up  and passed the Shamrock, and  kept increasing her lead until  the finish.  "The elapsed time was Columbia  2 hours, 1") minutes, ri seconds,  Shamrock 2 hours. Hi minutes,  2'ii seconds.  The Columbia won the race by  four minutes. Uf) seconds corrected time.  A later report is to the effect  that the Columbia won by one  minute and a half.  ..<���   . i, l  ,    Race Declared Off.  Spfi'tat trfi.Tiik���'1'iiii.si'KOro'n.   '  'New York, Octi. 1.���Yacht,  race has been declared, off today  pn account of light wind. The  two boats'changed .places several  times, first J.he Columbia leading  .then the Shamrock. The Shamrock Was half a niile ahead of  the Columbia when the race was  declared off. They will have  another trial on Thursday.  The Royal Visitors.  The future king and. queen   of  the united   kingdom   of   Great  Britain have arrived at Victoria, THE PROSPECTOR, POh'T STEELE, B. C, OCTOBER 5, WOI.  ESTABL1SHKIJ     1^5  A. B. Grace,  PUBLISHER    AND    EDITOR.  THE PROSPECTOR, is published  every Saturday, and has a guaranteed  circulation larger than any other paper  In Hast Kootenay. It is all home Printed  oiid contains double the news of any  other paper in the district.  As an advertising tnedii:>n it   is. un  excelled.  Devoted to the upbuilding of Fori Steele, .the  development of the vast, mineral resources of  Ilie East Kootenay mining district. o  Subscriptions '. S2.00.per year  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 P A PPR X�� kept on Ule at theailver-  , I nld Oil un usingiiftency of Aluxander  *Co., Suite F.. First National Bank Building.  Spokane. Wash., wheie contract-, can be made  for it. I'.  Tfiic Parian is kept on tile at K. C.  , I Ilia rdUCI DAK ICS Advertising  Agency, 54 and 65 Merchants kschiiiigre. San  Francisco, California, where contracts for advertising can be made for it.  Thic Pa nor Is kept on file at the A. Molina r<l(JCI Kim a: Co. Newspaper Ad-  vetising Agency. Montreal, where coiilr.ict-.  for advertising can be made for it.  This Paier Is on ���le iU ���'��� w-  store, Spokane. Wash.  Graham &   CoN   boot;  f&he tyto&pecUit  SATURDAY, OGTOBE1C  ���"., 1901.  "No Enemies  to Punish���No  Special Friends to Serve. "  ^HE coming year will witness great changes.  Many more, mines will be developed to a point where shipments  can be relied upon. , The building of - the Kootenay .Central  Railway will give an added boom  ' ��� and attract still'further attention  to the district. , The, development of the immense 'iron beds  7at Bull river will prove an important factor in the mineral  . development, of the Port Steele  district. < It is a, section of  boundless possibilities, and min-  ' >ing. men who are now coming  into the district, 'will not bo slow  to. lake advantage of tho chances'  ' which   are afforded   for  invost-  - ment.       '       ' . '   ��� i  ,1 . ��� *'    -x      -X-  South "East' Kootenay has  other'    resources   than   that   of  '   mining. . In tho Kootenay,valley  " lies  as  line a tract of-farm ing  land as can be found   in   British  ''Columbia.     Enough' .in   fact,   if  '��� properly cultivated, to supply a  large population. ' But few min-  ' ing sections arc so well favored  that the camps can be ' supplied  with homegrown products  ' *       *        *  ��� There is every indication that  "the Fort Sleele district will continue to press onward in the development of its immense, resources. Coal, iron, silver lead,  gold, copper, lumber and agriculture arc prominent features  of its future.  X-       *        *  The north and south railway  has become a. necessity and its  speedy construction may be  looked for.    ,'  ���X-       -X        *  Our legislatures are simply  . committee's elected by tho people  to conduct public business and  iri the proper conduct of Ihat  business every citizen has a  common interest. It is satisfactory to see that'certain leaders whose devotion to the well  being of the Province rises  above party and permits them to  see and' fully appreciate the  wants of the Province, and they  form the best guarantee ol' Provincial progress. The Dunsinuir  Martin government, notwithstanding all grapevine telegrams, are .mire of meeting witl-'A  del'ea t.  The    politic:i 1   gymna.Mic:-   of  ' Joe Martin have ceased lo be  of  -interest.   'He can jump from one  side  of  the  house   to  the other  with ease.  Our   law  makers  at    Victoria  are now enjoying a hot time.  *    'i    /.  We wonder   if   the   Ihinsmiiir,  Martin governineiit fully   under-,  ''stand   thai,   it  is  a  case  of gel.  down and out..  . .*���,'.*    *' ���      '  ' ��� South ' ICast, Ivootonay offers  the. best opportunities for safe  investment iiMnini'ng.  ��� *     Xj   ' *   .: ' ���    ;  ,,  The   prospector    is   an   institution,; and  to  him   belongs   the  credit of hicatiim the claims  which have developed into big  producing mines.  'The amount realized by him is  small, lie toils over the mountains and valley, ' lhe -'avanl  courier" of great mining enterprises.  *    ���*-    *.-  If the political crisis now on  deck is turned over to 1he people  the present government will  surely get their needings.  The unsettled state of political  affairs in the Province during  the jxtst six months has' had a  most depressing effect in mining  affairs.  '   *      -::-      -.r  The Provincial press are a  unit in the adoption of parly  lines iu the next election.  There   are   numerous Ivppor  tuiiities    for   enterprise   in   (he  mineral area thai is to bo   found  o i '  iu the Port Steele" mining-  division. ' _  Bi'OUL'luul A tliviieiir., rough- ;unl oohl-,  all cjiiii'kJy enroll bv t'yny-Bulsain. It  h.i�� uo L*ijuul. Ai^ts M-oiiipUy. -iDuihes.  heal-and I'tuv.-. MmuiiiU'liuetl by the  proprietor- oi LVrry Ha vis' I'liin-KiHor  Notice to Delinquent Co-owners."  To George Fial". Kobort   Reid. Abuor'  Bain and Peter Liiinei".   .  Or :o .lay person ci uei-tsoiK to ulioui he u  they may h^\e transferred hi> or   tlioir' lu-I  te.Lbii in tho   Kin.4 Solomon '  mineral  claim. I  -itiuteiir I^i'��-"s c'lvk  u;i Trai'V  Mountain  in ;  ifcr fori Su'i'i-'miarrisruiM-iun of Ku^i Ivooic- ���  nay mul riri'orilfd Jn thy. KutordiT's  i.ftia- in !  T- on Sle��flf. 11. C !  Vou ami each of-you art- herein iionnt'J  tlim '  r hai't' expettil'>l Maw  August   lllli. IS1?. tm>:  hundred iIollur> in labor jiui   i:iipro\<-a<i>inv I  upon tilt' iibovi; mentioned oiiner.il rluuu umlt-t '  tho provision? of rh�� Mineral Aft.  And Ir ��i:li- ���  iu ninety days from the date of this notice you ,  fail, or refuse  to tmitribute jcwr ikirtioii  of i  suyli f.cpenttuure tost.-ihi.-r with a.11 iS)-.is of ad- .  veriisiuj;. your Interest m.suiti elaim  will  he-j  cuiaa the pr.'p'tTty of   the  ^.ibseriber   under.  Section -I of an -\et eniiileil "An Act to Amend i  thu'Mineral Act. I'Auy  CHAKLES HIELINHl'RG.  Dated at Fort Steele this lmirday oi Ausftist.  iiMii. ' :e-4s  mmmm&Mmt&v^^  ���i    ���OB    ��� ��*��.  -v. -j;- .;;. -V- C-��- *f!f-33 ->f" *X- vf ->r *  Headauarters   for   lYfining   and   Commercial   Men  The  Hotel  All    Modern     Conveniences  FORT    STEELE,   B.   C.  L'ai'ge  Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men!  4��  GARLIN   & DURICK  MERCHANTS   GENHKA1.  Fori  MININGp||gc  THIRTT-lfllfTH YEAR.  24Pa^es  :   Weekly  :  Illustrated!  INDISt ^NSABLE,  TO MINING MEINL  > '    $3 PER YEAR. POSTPAID.  jiE.vii rou S.lMPI.E COPV.  /VIINING and scientific PRESS  330 MARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.  Sleele,  McBride Bro's.  s ��� Slielf f Heavy Hardware  Kesl   ,  Kootenav  N  A  MOORE'S  pERIORLINE"  Sole A 54 en Is for tho  Ganton steel  COMPANY  RECOMMENDED  BY PHYSICIANS.  PoracTs Extract  Over fifty years a household remedy0  for Hnriib, Sprains. Wouiids/lirnises  Oouglis, I'olils and all neciilcuU Iia  lile to occur in every linine.  CAUTION-Thereisonly  one Pond's Extract. Be  sure you get the genuine,  sold only in sealed bottles  in buff v/raopers.  This Sticei, i.s irnnrimleeil l<> I^oiiii'nKlo Jossop's  or Fii;L)is/tn all  \ ' IIakdKocic W'oui*.   r ���<������������ ,,  l<  \l  G  R  A  N  I-  T  E  ���A  R  E  Soi.k .Ar:i>:MTR  crow's Nest Goal ~v  i r 1 "  Giant Powder Gompanu.  Solr   Agists  r  JVIiiiing Supplies a  Specialty.  ii t "  Agonls for tho .MASSBY    HARRIS . CO., Limited.'  Farming   Implements.  S&Ri  Powder,   Fuse   and   Caps  'Ci4triberla��d   Coal  AT'THE WINDSOR  Table  Board  at the Windsor  has been reduced to i?l per day.  Single Meals 3~i routs  C'hickt'ii Diiini'i'  Kvcirv .Suiu1:i\  Fort   Steele  Brewing  FORT STEELE,  B., C.  1 i  MANQFACT1JI {I<:RS     and  OF   rEXTRA    FINE  BEER  50 cenls  %  PORTER  MRS. DILSE,  Windsor House Dining Rooms.  | Sent  J  Send stump for  the catalogue of the  .STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO,  P. 0, Box , ���'(.�����,  CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS, U. S. A���  tvho make the most complete line of  rifieH and j)i��tol.i now on the market.  OHE OF THE LEADERS,  ab'-olntely   accuralp,   n    perfect   arm,  moderate in price, i^ the  SOLD   BY   THE    BARREL,    KEG   OR,   BOTTLED  Mottled beer for family use a specialty  .>UT.Sim��: OliDRIlK (JI VlflN S'iMilC'r ^ PROMPT ATTENTION  SATISFACTION GUA.RANTEKD ^Ji^��io"2,  Mutz & Scott, Prop's.  Fort Steele  Meat Market  EU.ES  and   SALT   MEATS   ALWAYS.  ON  HAND. <?*  '  R. W. ROGERS, Proprietor.  - Fresh TTnlibiiL,   Salmon, Salmon Trout., Bologna   Sausage,  Duller and Eggs.    Fish stnd Gaind^ti Season.  Fort Steele  and  Kimbcrlev.  no. .a; ^    fet#"V.tef  Target     ^ :�����-���iMh     _  S8.so.  - .l^A^%WM?m  A  TAKE  DOWN.  ^��������aii����.11��.*������4'����0*'����.4��U'IlU'��'a'Ci>TlVM.^����������*Mk��%������*����������*V����%l.tt��%%��'  WANTED:  A(,ilCNT lor l/ni-l:  llit! s,-il(." of li;ii-(l\  SIhgIc,     Si'iui  vSLi>cI(.: "nnd   vicinity   for  1i'ik:s  o( Sl;i.hcl;ircl l/ruii'  fruit's.'    Oinnmi-nt.'il    tt'tu's,  I  f*l.X��%������i����.'��.��V����*��.*u��,'����Ut't����u��%����%%����^��������%������������%����%��4*������%��^4��Ml��^'  slirul'is. etc  . t( ���; '  ���(THIS  IllK't'.'ll  ���Apply n<i\v  PELHAM NURSERY COMPANY.  Toronto. Ont;  JUST    RECEIVED  Assorted Car of Best Brzinds of lrlour  nnd   Mfnls,  etc.  Wrmi\ Palonl, lluns-'trian uikI Sl.rono,' 1 Jn.lccr.  liolkul Oaks. Crsic.ki'd VVIiout, WluMillnMs,  C(innnn;il, Buclfwhcal, h'lotir, Sjilil Peas,  <^i Navy   Ooans,   Lima Means, Pol lin.i'hiy,  of.fi.  Bran     Chops     Shorts     Oats     Hay,  Fleetwood Ton. 11 pure arliolo ini]iorlcfl diroul rrom C'oylon  try i( once and you will use. no oilier.  Fresh   Hi-onkJ'iiRl  Paeon,   Hams  and   Dry Sail Side Paeon.  Buller and Kggs.  POTATOES . '"i'i   CARROTS,   -  ���P.IRFAVOOD all lengths to siiil.nil sioves.  THE   FORT  ���STEELE'   :  FLOUR': and; -FEE 1>; \SXO''R E.  E. C. MILLER, Proiirietor POST OFFICE OCX 83.G.  2.^?'"' All goods guaranteed and [iriees also a,s being correct.  Send in-,orders. ! > THE PROSPECTOR. FORT STEELE, B. 0., 1901.  #*3HMH*$$4H*  r^tm-.jt^rj  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  mmmmmmmmmmmm  mm  mm  mm  FORT   STEELE  *  m  m  m  The Mining Center of the District of South East Kootenay  ���A o    ���  >  i  The Largest  i           ��� ���  Mineral. Areas,  . <  and the Most  ���  Extensive  Goal Fields on the  American Continent  r  are Situated in  i  South Bast Kootenay  . -��  NER AL  MAP  Agriculture  *��� .'  G-raxing and the  Lumber Industry-  are. Prominent  Features of the  district.  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  V  <a  PORT  STEE  r"  And    Tap    the   Greatest   Mineral   Belt   of   the   District  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  Apply to  Townsite Ofilce. TlIEJ'UOoPKUTOK, FORT STEELE, B. 0.,  1001.  iinimmiM mmn mutniiiuH.  mm  m  m  I  ^*Mfr$&  THE  IMPE  H. REINEMAN, Proprietor.  Fort Steele, B. C.  Largest atid Most Complete Hotel hi South East Kootenay  r> i * "���' , '  , ,v i " ' i "  ATX   MODERN   CONVENIENCES  Sample Rooms for Commercial Men.  Headquarters for Mining Men.  KIMBERLEY  The   .Coming1. Town   of -, East  t? (�� ^^^ ( ��  Kootenay.  Near tlie famous North star       .,  and Swllivati iMitt  * ' i .. . *    .  ',.,'��� o , >    0 - '"''',  0 >���,. I ' ' . .. ' .    1 '  . 10 l      '  n ���        �� , ���'    ��   , . '     i  A Limited Number of X*ots for Sale  at Prices Ranging from  $135    To    $400  NOW   IS   THE TIME TO BUY as prices will be advanced the  of the year. ,  Apply to  Land Commissioner, C. P. R.  Winnipeg, Man., or to  BEALE <& ELWELL  Fort Steele arid Kimberley,  KIMBERLEY.  first  royal HOT&uiGuapanteed $900  Salary  KIMBEEU^Y,   11. C.  .'I'lii' Fines.!. Liquor* .uul  Ciyurs nfiil Hei,! [''nrni-iheil  Koom-. in Town.  J.   I.   GATES,   Prop.  Vearl v.  Men and v\'i!iien of jjooil .'iiiijiv.-.-   ivp-  | I'e^enl    ti*.    ->��� >i i ii -    lo   Iratcl    appointing  ! .iL'eni-. oilier-  fni"   loeal   woi'l;   looking  I :it lf|- on I'  iniei e^l-   -Villi I ~.il;il y yiin r.ui-  '.ei'd   \ >���:*i-J\:   e\ti i    ���'oniiiiK'-Kiii-.    ,ou\  e.\]ien-.i���.      I,![llll     .III \';llli'>MI,fill .    Il|ll     (.���  !.ll)|i-li< il    !>i.ii-i .       (.i.iinl    eji itiee    for  e.LI !|e-t    ill.til  11'    \MHIU  II   I O -eell I'e   Jll l'il~>-  ,inl. pi-rmam-ui pn-.il ion. liberal income  il.'lli   lllllll'i-      Xl'��.   Ill'   lli.llll'lille-    Wi-ile,  .11   one.  STAFFORD    F'KKSS.  2'.'. < 'lllll'i'll  *ll.. Xi'V,    ll.ueli.   Ciinn.  50   YEARS*  PERIENCE  HIGHWARDEN  &. SON,  MONKKR-  BARUKK SHOP  ade Marks  Designs  ... Copyrights Ac.  Aiitoiio siMHlliiif HBkotcli ami dOHrrhvi ion tuny  rju(cklr nurertiilti our opinion free wheihcr ��n  invention In prnluil.lr pnlontiililo.   f'onuiit'.ntonr...  tliiiinHlrlellyoiiiiiltlaitl.ini.' Iliiixlbiinkoii I'Htcntii  aunt freu. OliUwl iiiHincy foifteciiiliiK iiitleiits.  I'liteiitH taken  throuirli  Mntiii ,V Ci.. r.-i'i'lvi-  >(.cil��I nolle, wlilifint. ulinrito. in the  Scientific Jlmericaii;  A limninoniely llliintrntetl wpeklv. l.nruest. clr-  eulniion (if imy kvIuiiMUh Ji.iinuil. Tornm, W a  venr: four im.nth.i, ��1.  Solil by all ncwudeiilcni.  MUNN&Co.36'Broad^; New York  Brftticb Om<w, tW. K Ht��� Watl.liiL'tun, I). C.  i  Mvi'i'yl.liiiii/; .^li'icl.ly 'h'ii':  ,/;  t'7|;i.ss7  Ni.it   door to thei'i'iis/it'i'lor.  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  Career   and   Character  of Abraham  Lincoln,  An addru.-.-. by .Joseph flioale, Ain-  li;i.s-.;ulo!' loCreat I'.i'ilain. on tho career  anil eliaraeler of Aliraliiini l.ineoln���  hi- early'lih'���liix early niriiy��le> with  tlio world hi.- eharaetor a- developed  in the later year.x of hi- life and hi-; ad-  iiiini.-lration. which placed Iii.- name mi  liio.h in l.he world's roll of honor and  lame. li.is been published liy Hie ('lii-  ea^o. Milwaukee .V St. I'anl liailway  and nniyjie had by sending six (li) eon!.-  in poslii^e 10 l��\ A. Miller, (i'eiiei',11 I'a<-  heiiijer Aeent. < 'll iril��<i.   111.  WAX'I'KI) 'I'liliS'l'W'Oin'IIY MKX  \.\'D WOMION lo I ravel and ,idverli.se  for old established house of solid liiiiin-  i'IiiI siiiiiiline.     Sjilary +7SH a   yeiir   and  i!\pel|ses.  illl   payable   in  e;|sll.       ,\'n eall-  vn.ssin^ I'iMpiireil. (iive refirreiiees a,nd  e.lielose .sell' addressed sliinipeil en-  Velope. Aililre.s.s' Miilfnuer, :i"..'i ('a,\l,or,  lild^'... Chicago;   '     , ' ���     ..'...  * S-  * IS IMIHI.ISHKD UVKUY^SATITKIIAV, AN'D HAS A  !r= tiUAiiA.N'Tuui) ciRom.A'i'ihx  laugkk  than*  ^ "- any nrui-:i{ Vai>kk iNT'iOASTicoo'rii.\rAY, it is;L  �� ALL 1IO.MK  MKi.VTKO. AN'IJ COXTAIN'S 'ilOlTUM-:  * TIIK AMOUNT Ol'' NKW.S Oh' ANY I'.VV'Kli IN' TliJ.;  fr .- '    .  * IIJSTKICT." . .. '  ��  *  *  *  7 . ���       "        ' ' '  '    ��� '  A.s   An,  Advertising   Medium    It   Is.  Unexcelled. , .  .Mi m  * THE PROSPECTOll COVKKS A DISTKICT , 2J  Ml 1��  Mi r.AUGKlt THAN SOME KMl'JKKS. AND HAS A   HI,"  LA KG 14   FOKEKiN ClIiCULATlON.  m  m  :Mi m  -**-��-9-S44-3-��**4-S-��444-S4-��44-*-��4-��*4-��44*  The Paystroak Of Ad's In This Paper Pays Prom The Grass Roots,  And Never Pinohes Out, Staike. One !     The Result Will Be To  Your Interest.  .lOK  HlilNTING 0E ALL KINDS NEATLY AND PROMPTLY  l��:\r ROUTED.  TO THE DEAF.  A rich lady cured of her Deafness and Noises in 1,ho Head by  Dr. Nicholson's Artificial ��� Ear  Drums, gave ��10,000 to this 'Tn-  stitnte. so that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums  may have theni free. Address  No. i-l")IS. ��� The Nicholson Instil ute, 7 HO, Eighth Avenue,  New York, U. S. A.  Fort   Steele  j|A l< IC R V,  II. A i, i K , Proprietor.  mVKK.SilHv  AVKNUIv  Oiiposite    I'ost   {JIHi:e,  ! CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS,  COPYRIGHTS AND DESIGNS.  �� Soul your huflintiaii flirttot I <> Wiishincton,  J mit'.'i tlmci,.<Minl.il l<v��fi,,l>��:(l.:r son'lwi.  I My office cloi�� to V. 8. FateD^Office. V'r.TS. prellmla-  �� ary examination! made. Attv'l fre not tli'c until patent  > la ������cured PERSONAL ATTENTION GIV��K-19 YEARS  ' ACTUAL EXPERIENCE. Book "How to ot.Li.'.n TatenU,"  [ etc.. lent free. Patentj procured throucli E. O. Bicgtri  JreccUe  ipoclal    notice,'  without  ch.irco,   In   the  INVENTIVE   AGE  Jillaitr��t��d monthly���Eleventh year���tcrr.��,'.$l. & year.  !C 0 QIPPFP^ 9180fst..snw w?  | L. ll. OIUULnO,WASHINGTON,  D. i  DILSE <& CROFTS  CONTRACTORS  All   Kinds   of   Brick   and   Stone   Work  mtlCK and LTME For Sale. PLASTKRINC  Promptly Done  o  "s  o  E  T  O  E  N  T T  QIC  .01 s  R  B  H  N  U  J  ^r"*^r^^pr^^m' ^mr ^���P' ^^^ ^w ^^r ^^ ^���aW ^��w ^��v ^mr ^^r ^  $2M in GASH,  FREE  f   AVe will give Uio ahove rewanl tqJHiiy person who will correctly arrange the,  iabove leiters Io spell tlie mmi.uHof three Oaiiadjan cities.  Use each letter but  t  fei  ionce.   Trv it.   We will positively give tlie money away, nnd you may be the  f fortunate person. , Should 'there be niore than 1 ��?t of correct answers, the  money will be divided equally. l"or iiislance should-ft pereous aend in corrects  answerH, ��iaeh will receive $-10; -hIi����uid 10 persons send in correct answers,\  each will receive $20 ; twenty persona, $10 each.    We do this lo introduce^  our firm and goods we handle' auquickly as possible.    SEN I).'NO MONEY i  WITH YOlTft ANSWER.    This is a KKKE contest.   A post card will do. \  Tho^e wlio have not received tiuythimfiniui other contests, I: y this one.    '     .     ^  MPIRE SUPPLY CO., ORIULSA, CANADA.  i  i-  tl  s��'l  I THE PROSPECTOR, PORT STEELE, B. C, OCTOBER ."i,  1901.  QUti? tyva&pzctox;.  Saturday, ocmni'in ~>, 1901.  COLUMBIA WINS.  Behind at the Outer Hark But Fust  Over tho TLino.  Now York, Sept. 2.s.���In (lie  elosesl and most soul stirring  race over sailed for the America's  cup, Ilie while flyer Columbia today beat the British challenger  over a windward and leeward  course of 'id nciilicul miles by  lhe narrow margin of ;>!< seconds  As the challenger allow* Ihe defender -lo seconds, the rules give  Ihe victory to the Columbia by  one minute i'2 seconds.  The preparatory gun was fired  at 10:1."). The warning gun at  10:.")."j. At the warning signal  bolh yachts bore down and came  to leeward. At eleven o'clock  Ilie Shamrock crossed the line  in the windward berth two  seconds ahead of the Columbia.  Columbia by several sharp tacks  tried to work herself out of the  leeward position. All efforts,  however, proved futile. At  'li': 15 both boats, were heading  for the outer mark, tho Sham-  ,rock having a lead of at least-100  yards and as she approached the  mark it was seen'that she had  beaten tho old defender in the  windward work by Hi) seconds.  In the homeward run slowly  bin, surely , tho old Columbia  crawled up lo the new Sha'm-  rock At 2:i,0 she ,was abeam,  at 2:1-1 was all of a half length  ,vahoad; Jrom that time on to tho  finish'' line she kept in the lead.  The wind was now dropping,  but in spite of her much larger  sail .plan the Shamrock could  noi prevent the steady, though  slow, i>ain ol the Columbia. Por  nearly an hour the race -continual without further- event.  Then, at o.l'i the wind freshened  slightly, tilling out the immense  sail-, of the Shamrock. 'Slowly  she crept up and lessened tho  ^ap between her aiid the defender. Now_ she 'was only a half  length behind. Now she was on  oven terms and it was a matter  of doubl 'as lo which boat would  first cro-.s the iinish line, 'less  than a mile away.  It'was the.last of the many exciting moments in the contest,  for very soon the Columbia  getting her wind free again,  pulled out and with surprising  rapidity �� opened up on ' the  challenger and pulled out a lead  that Je'ft the result no longer in  doubt. She crossed the line a  winner, not only on time, allowance, but boat Jor boat.  The  next race will be over a  triangular course ten miles to  a  NOTICE.  Sivty days, iifn-r <late. I iiilenil to annlvto  the Clik-I f'oinmis-.ioi'1'i'of I .uml- ami Wotl,-  fiir pi'iiiiission to eut iiinl cari'V away limber  iiom the follOMlaK deseriljeri hinili. eoimnenc-  iiiK ai a posi iiIkmiI ilnec chain-.en-t of the  Oolilen jo.nl Ixiucrn tin 31th mil''"ah nolo  posts luiinniKi .i-l -Id ih.iins theiiii south Ml  iliiiins Llii'im west Nl < h.iliis Ih'iici noilli S(l  < h.llns tin lit c e ist -10 < ll. I 111- to pine ol toill-  inciiteiiRiit font lining old itiis iiif.ir in  less  D.iled this 1 llli ii i\ of Seplenilii i   li'iil  I'i W   A   CIHSHOJ.jM  NOTICE.  Si\tv <l.i\s .1 ft ei tl.ite I intend to ,i])jilv lo  the f'hit f (Joiiimls-ionei of r-iinils ind Woiks  foi jieimlsyoii lo tnl and eiu\ .in.iv tuiillei  tioin the fnllmiliu: tii sti lln d land iu Sontli-  I ist ICk.It'll t\ t'oiiinientiii^ al i jiosl .ihoiii  tlnee (.h.ims e.isiol 'he Oohli n iu.nl, ami !><���-  iwiuntlu- ll .nut !"��� iiii Ic po-l tin in e e.i-t ill  iliniiis, tln-nee noilli Mch.i'ns them e west Wl  i It.uns, tin me south so i liams tin ni i e.isi In  ell.tins lo pl.u'e of i oininrnrt menl eoiit.nnlnr  1140 m i( s iiioi e oi li ss  A  li giiaci:  i'i       Dated tins Mill il.n ol ��-.1 pu mli/ r I )(H  ASSAYING  C. P. NN'HOLSd.w  l'KTKRnoRorou, ft C.  (I.if ( used h\ Pirn I ue i il Om eminent )  NOTICE.  T.il.c iioiief|Si\l\ ih ,'s .ilni d.ne 1 iiiltnil  to apply to Ihe Clni'l ('oiiiiiiissionei of L.tiuls  and Woiks foi peiinissinn to eta .uul e.n i\  .iw.iv limber fioin lhe lollownn,' destnbed hind  in Soutli-H.isi l\ooten,i\ r'omuienceiii!; .it it  post planted ..ilinui iliite eh.iiii- e.ist ol lln  Ooldtn lo.id hi twi un th( I .ind .11 mile post  thenee e.i-l 1(1 eh.iins ihuin e noi th si) rliiilns  lliente viu-l Midi,lln- tlience soutli Ml chains  llienee easl ID th.mis to pl.iteof (.oiniiieiieemfu  (out.lining rtlt) .icies mole ot less.  .I'i  t .lAJHIS GKRi:i{  U.ited tl'i- Nlli il.iv ol Sopttmhei  1WI1.  Gold tiuil silver      ....  W.Ol)  2 (>i>  Gold, -.ilvor and <.'o|)Oi-r.  S.iil)  Cold, silver, li'.ul iind <-o])|)fi'  -1.00  Samples  left   wit.h   Cni'lin .V:  Diiriek  Will ITCI'ill' pionipt  atlentioil.,  "      .. MJNKKAI.   ACT'  (i ohm i )  I I.II'I llll'tll' or  IMI'llllVI MI'S is  $76.00  TO   BUFFALO  60  DAY   LIMIT  SEPTEMBER 3, 17.  OCTOHER 1, ]3.  ���VIA���  CANADIAN  fl.7ITnTTi7nTTnnTmniTTTnTTTTiTTTTTTTTTnTTTTTTTTTrTTTTTfni7TnmTTTTTTiTTTTTnrTT��mTrTTTrrTPj  -3  3  NOTICE.  NOTICE.  Siuv tl.ns art< i il.no 1 inieml to apph to  the Ohief Coininissionei of Lands and woiks  foi pel mission in eut ind fjinMii.i', umbel  noni tlie.lollOHInj,' described land in Soulli-  U.isi KiioiemiN Qomiiic'nceiiif,'.it a post .ibont  tlnce chains easiof the l.'olili u toad between  iho ,1.1 and .14 mile posl thence oast 10 eliains  thenee south 8H(hams, thence nest SU chains,  thence noi th Nl eh mis ihence oast 40 chains to  pi.i< c of eommeneement i out ilniiiff ����� 10 aeies  nioie oi less ', ,  ,1   A   HAliVIOY.  I'i       Dated tills lull il.u ol Septemhei   I'Hll '  NOTICE. ,   ���  'I'aUe notiee that si\l\ d.u s aitoi dale that   1  shall applv to the Chief Commissionei ol Lands  and Woiks foi peimission to  puiidiaso the fol-  lovwnK destubed Ciouii'Mnd- situ ue in Soutli  Uasi   ICootenav   and   destnbed   as    lollows  t'onimemin^ at  i pn-t pinned  ou  the south  bank of the St   Man suvti   oppo-in   lot  .'isit,  thenee south 10 eliains   Unncewu-t  sO chains  lln nee not th ahmit 40 chains to thi   St   .\r.n\s  ihu   them o east follow iiij,'tin   meandeimi,' ol1  the  Sl   Man s mo   to plate ol  commencement  toniaininj,'in all .'.-'0 itie- nioie oijess  nDWIM C S.UITI! .luditioi  ' vi:rc\  i' I'Oivni.i.  Dated at l.'oi 1 (stcelo uns list d.u of Au.jru.-t.,  ROY,     ANTELOPE,     STANDARD    AND  O. K.    MINERAL   CLAIMS.  Sftu ne ii, the Kent "Mccle Mining  Division  of South i;.ist ICootcn.n Distiicl.  Wheie lot,itcil    On the lnrla li.inlt nrPeii  cieek about one mile helow   the   Old Shaft '  pl.ue.1 le.iso n  Take nothe Ihal r, .laim - A. Hancv. Kiee  Minei s Certith He N'o UJOOI0 AkciiI foi  Thomas T AleVimu Flee Miners Ceitilleate  No ' 11411111 MtobeilO .lenniiifrs. Pie< .Mmei's  Oertilleate No I! AM'.0 Oust 'i'hies Piee  AIiuei'sCoitilicileNo lllHflV and William  'I'liomson l.'tce Minei s f'eitilhale No  H 4111,'i nilLiid si\t\ ti.ixs rioai the date  hcieof, to.ippli lo the jilliim;,' Ilm outer toi a  Cei tilkale of Inipiovcuiuiils foi the puiposeof  ol.t.umn;: a Cionn Oi ml of lhe abo\e tlainis  .. And fui thei take notue llmt anion   undei  sec lion 17, must he commenced belote the issuance of sm li C'eililleale ol iinpiovenieiits  Dated this .'1st d.iv or S( inembei   A D .1101  ;<i- .i a riAin i:y  RAILWAY  CHOICE OF ROUTES  o  All Rail, Lakes, Soo Line.  c  Through Sleeping Car   Kootenay Landing to Toronto.  One Change to Buffalo.  Imperial    Limited  Li-tux-- Vt. SU-ele ruimiion KAST 10.2'!  LiMve- Ft. Slcelu        "        AVKST 1."i.:��)  C..K. MAX.SFIKIJ). A��t. Koi'tStecile.  J. S. CARTER, E. J. COYLE;  Dis. Pass. Agt.' A. G. P. A.  Nelson. . Vancouver  t  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  CAPITAL WANTED.  To Develop ^  The Rich Mineral  Resources Of  South East Kootenay.  PartialI3' Developed,  And Undeveloped Copper  (, And Silver-Lead Properties  ,  Are Offered For Sale On  Liberal Working Bonds.  FOR   REPORTS,   AND   INFORMATION; WRJTI3 TO,  CHARLES  ESTMERE.  Kimberley,   B.C. |  UUUdiUlUUUaULlLiUUikUUUUUllUiiiiUliliiiliUllliliUliUliUliUliUliliULkUliiii  31  \  The PROSPECTORS^EXCHANGE %  f) NO.   4   K.-W..-C.   BLOCK,    NELSON,   B.C. f)  M1NKKAL ACT   Is'ltl  O'okm r )  t i:ici irn ao: oi   iminiovi mi-.s is  NOTICE.  NOTICE.  Take uotivc tli.it si-vtv ^l.t^s ,ifti>i U.nc I sli.ill  .ipplv to Lhe Clnot C'limmiss 01101 or l.iiuls .mil  Wmlcs foi puunission 10 pun ll.isi- t'u follO'\-  111^ ilosiiibcil Clown 1 lulls situ.HO 111 Soulli  U.ist. IConiun.iv .mil ilosci ibcd .is lollops Com-  inoiiLiiii; .it .1 post, pl.lnit'll .il tlie noitli i-iist  Limipi 01 l.otiirs (iuiiip 1 ICc>utun:i\ ilistnct,  ,i:nl 111.11 l.i-d K I' llcijr.m s mncli.isc S 11 coi-  1101 iliuiiLk 1101 lli III rh.mis ihenif ��<_si SO  eh.iins thence south 111 cli.iins. thence istst SO  Lh.iins to ])).u 1! of bi's,'iiiniii^ tout.minis !i)  acic's 11101c 01 less, snhjei't to the spen.il  license now coieiniK saiil 1.mil. -   -.   ���   -  RIUVIV C  -iMlTIl asi'iil 101  <- V   I'  JIOGAN.  Dated ,11 I "oi t Steele August ^'itli   I'lOl        .10-  log,    and   will   bo   sailed   next  Tiicsday.  I'hory Iloii-.ok'OOj)cr must olLfii ,iut ab  n, f.l 11111\ physiuiuii. I '.lin-Ifiller lor till  tlie In th' ill's, culs ami sprang, its well  lib lor all bowel uoinpl.iiiils. is inilis-  ])eiis,tl>lc. .\\oicl substitute's, there is  hut one P.tin-K'illei'. I'orry O.ivis' 2i>c  sinil "i(li'.     ^~  ��  Tho la rye deposits of iron  alone will yivo tlie h'orL iSteele  disLriol a place as a, producoi"  anions llio miiiiii" disl,r'ifK of  British Columbia.  Tl you have ;i o'ond mine, talk  aboul it, give it Lo Lhe pro.��.s. and  lei. Lhe papers commenL on it  The Whole Story  in a. letter :  "Paln-KMeY  (I'EIlItl   l)A\'l^'.)  From dipt. r. I.ojc. Police Elation N<>.  G, Montrcnl:- -\\v "frequi ntly um- I'ritui  Dvvis' Pais-Kii." eu foi /iiiiiii ?/' the utinn-  01I1, 1 hcuiiHitniii, btifhiiii, fiovt bitfn, *hil-  bluini, 11 ampi, and all Kllltctioiix which  botallmcn 111 our |insilnm I lin\c no hosi-  tiition 111 ��niiiiK tli it I'lis-KiM 1 11 tt tin'  b ��t 1 nm thi t 1 linw> iii'.n at hand."  feed  JnliM n.illi   :inil K\1itii:iT1i.  Tho Si/o^, 2"ic. 'ml 11c. hottlos.  M���II     III ���  Notice to Delinquent Co-owners.    o  To Stephen Yotiii},'. 01 to .tin pel son or  pei sons to whom he 01 thej m.iv have tuins-  fei icillns inteiest in the fiospcctoi s Die.nn  nuiuM.ilcl.iini situate .it We.ivei cieek. in the  I'oit Steele mining ilmsion or ilast Kooteiuiy  anil reeotdeil in the Recouloi s olllce at l'"oit  -.tecle  You anil each of \ou ate lieiebv noli lied  that 1 h.i\i> expended since Aukusi" H'th IS'17  fO'ii liundieil doll.ns in l.iboi and unpioio-  ments upon the aboie mentioned mineial claim  undei tliepiovisionsoftlielliuei.il Ait And  if within ninet\ d.us fioin the date of tins  nonce \ou ful 01 icftiso 10 eontiibute \oui  poi lion of such espendituie loKethei with all  cosisof iiliet tisni!.' voui intci est in said claim  will become iho piopoiU of the stilisci ibei  under Seenon I ol an Aci entilli'd An Art to  Amend the Mineial Act tl'11)0  Saul poition of I'xpi'ildiiuic lo he pud lo  siihscnbei al l'"i)il Sleele  .1  S  PAUKI'.U  Haled .11 l-'oii ,St,eele this I'lth da\ or  Aitiiiist. I'.WH ' il-  Notioe to Delinquent Co-oivners.  Silver   (Eileen   .mil lloroinos   Mineral  Claims. '  ���>  Situate 111 tin l'"oi t Steele Milling llivision  of K.lsl 1Cooilii.i\ OlstllCt  Wheie located -On the wesi side 01 Lower  Mo\ ie L.iKc" '  l'AKi; XOTKJll that 1, Kdiiiuilil A lllton  Kieo Mm. 1 s C'euilliate N'o II KiOJI .uiinj,'  roi invseir ninl as a^ont foi K I'"i ith* C'liiniiinis  Pice .Mine 1 s Ceitilleate NTo II I00J2 intend,  si\t\ di\s li 0111 the dale lici tot to ipph 10 lhe  M111111K Heeoidei lm a Certilliale ot Impioie-  meiils loi tlie puipose ol obtaining' .1 Ciown  111.1111 ol the abme il.nnis   ^  And tuithei take notice th.iL action   undei  seenon 17, must lie commenced befoie Lhe issuance of such Ci mill lie 01 Impingements  luted this lificcntli d n ot ,luh   A   I) . 1'JIII.  j<i- ll A   cr.TON  MIXnitAL AUT  (1'OltM   P)       '  . I 11"1<J V I 1-   Ol    1MPHOVFMI-NH  NOTICE.  Hi-eat  D.aiK'.  \\rlnt  ',       ' ilinei'.il  j  Stttr ~.nul  Claim-  Vtelu-r  9  THE  CLIPPER  Contains   a") Reliable    Reoord  of all the Events In tho  THEATRICAL WORLD  ���^ANDTHH"T  WORLD OFPSPORTS.  PUBLISHED WEEKLY. **v._  S4.00A YEAR.  SINCLE COPY, lOota.  For Sale by all Newsdealers. ^  SAMPLE   COPY' FREE.  Address NEW YORK CLEPPER,  NEW YORK.  To Ileutv Kose and Waliei >3u]i\- 01 to an\  pel sou 01 pel sons lo v In,111 he 01 "thev 111,i\  ha\e liansfci 11 d his 01 then imeiests in 1 In  \shlaud 111l11e1.il claim, siiuate 011 lhe ucsl  foi K of the'sl Man s in el, in the Km I Sleele  mining ilhlslou ul ll.isi lvoiileiia\ and 11 louleil  In lhe Keioidi'i s olllie at l''ui I Sleele  .  You and 1 :u li of \ou aie heiebv uolilled  that 1 havi e\p> nihil sinci Nmembei, lsoi  and lo date (si\ hiiiulii da ml seientecn doll,us)  111 laliiu ami iiupnnciucnis upon the aho'.e  mentioned mineial ililm in 01.lei to hold said  nnueial il.iiin undei the piowsions of tin  Mineial Act And if uiilini nmiit's rt.Ms fioin  the date of this nntiu \ou tail 01 lefuselo  lontiibuie ^oul iiiutii 1. of sui li expeiidiiini >���  to^'i Ihet wlt'li all 1 usts 1 I . ih.-itisin^ \0111 111-  teiesis 111 said 1111m will bei omi tl < piupiiti  ol the siibsinliei undei siition A ul in Ait en-  Utled An Ail to Aim nil the .Miuriil Nil  I'i<Kl  .1   11   U'KICIIT.  Hand al l"oi t Sid 1( this 1Mb d i\   or   7nl\  I'Hll J'l-li  Notice to Delinquent Co owners.  To Wait Wane  01 loam pei sun 111 peisons  10 iliom lie iii.in Ii.im li.uisfi noil   his   inlet est  1  lhe     Ko\ Anlih.pl Stand ml      mil  OK    mineial il 11111s  im am ol   them )  silu-  ,h  nil I'm'   Mi el. Illlh.     Full    SU 1 li     .llllllll;.  lln Ki.w 1 ..I 1 a->i Im.'.ii <i i\ ami 111.11 ill d 'u lit.  ,1 ,1 irr ��� i 1 ..nl. 1 .    .ilk,  at 1 ml s 1 1 Ie   1!   I  > 1.11 nit   11..'ih   11   Ih 1     I   li n '  1 \-  ...{. .1 -11.1.111  .'.i 1  I'li'i     I -1      li ill   lniild  1 11  ti.l   11 .pi .\. 1111 nt -.  ti|n.n  tin  1 lu  1   1 1 1 11111, inn'. 1 1 'ii  pto-  1 il     1   1 Ninl    i.    iv lllllli  ill.    .1,1.    1 I   I'll . 111.In 1   M>l  i .mli   l'ill      Mini    I   11 I 1 ui    1.  I li. 1  \ 1  li   1  1 1 11 ,Is ol ,1,1-  . 1   .a 1 1       dtl urns will   li, -  .mil     v>. 1 mm     I    of an Ai 1  I .1 j   \<i   i  l   'n   \u I   1   1    M1 in 1.1I    \t I  I Siltiale in the Ton Steele Mmiiu' Dnisiun of  llasl ICootenav Distiict ������  Wbeic located ���On Jftnus Crei Ic 1 tnbu-  taiy of the St  Mai \ s Kn er ,  Take notice that 1 John McLatclne of Nelson  aciins,' as ageiit tot lleiheit Tv Sawvei.  F M C  II =iO-)tl .lames l',Saw\ei I'lIC H ">0 S"0,  UiulcsA S.iwvei I' M C U .")0..l(.8 Adolphe  Lapouile K. M C H")0Jin ilcoiKina Lapointe  I'" M C II VI JIM,uul Tied Coffle l'"iee Mmei's  Ceitilleate Xo U 10 IV) intend si\t\ days fiom  the dute heieof to apph to the .MiniiiK Uecoid-  et foi Coiliftiatcs ol Impioiements foi lhe  puipose ot obiainiiiL' Ciown (liaiils of the  above claims  Andfuithei tal:e'notice 1I1.11 action undei  section .1" must be commenced befoie the issuance or suih Ceitidc.ite ol Impioieinents  Dated this ISUi dav of June A  U , 11)01  JO- JOHN JMel.ATC111I'".   V  X.  S  SHORT LINE  BETWEEN  jSTPAUL����CHICAGO  OMAHA-CHICAGO]  'KansasCHr CHICAGO.  |>   W**i  Your uUeniion i���� c.illed to the  ������Pioneer Limilcd" trains of Ilie "Mil-  w.mkee .V S( I'.inl I'tnlwaj." "'rhe only  jjerlei'l. trains in ilu- world "  You will Iind it desirable to ride on  those trains when k0'"^ to ;my point in  the Ea&lern'Slati-.s or Camilla. The^  connei't, with all Transcontinental  Trains and .'till Tieket Agents ^ell  tirkets. " ;  For invlher information. ])amph1ut'3.  etc. ask any Ticket Agent or  K.  r.. FO\\D. 0. .7. RUDY '  Pas's. A��eni. fiener.il Ajicin,  SPOK'ANK. POKTLA .VI).  Gold.  Flili  invostoi'o  <        Parties  having  rniiiino'  jiroperty  for sale  are   reqiiu.sied  sanipleti of their ore 10 the lO-VCl-TA iV(.!!���" for exhibition.  We desire to hear from   iirospeetor*  who  have  protnLsinu  claims in Ijritiiuli Columbia. ,-  Pronpeeturri   and   niiniii<r  men   are, reijiie.sted   to   make   the  .CirfANOK their heiidfjii.'irtei't. when in 5fol.-on.  All .samples should he sent, by express. PREPAID.  Correspondence solicited.    A'ddiw all cominunicat.ioiis to  ,    ' ANDREW F.  ROSENBERGER, ���  n       lelcplioiie ,\<>'.   I(M.      I>. O.  Ilox  700. ,^_ XIJLSOX. It. <:.     i  Silver-rjetid  iind poiijicr Minesi wanted at the   KXCIIA.VOK.  .MIM.IiVC   CJOJ-iD   projicrties  wanted   tit. once for IDu.-tern  to .send  mineral  RX-  s  ���' a  KIMPTON   &   PITTS  &���  MrNi.KAI. ACT  (HIIIM   l  )  Cl 1(1 JI'ICA It  OK  IMIMIO\ I Ml MS  NOTICE.  IC1110   Solomon.  Queen  of Shelu, Rip  liciid    I-Joy   and   Honeycomb  M mural Claims.  Situate in lhe Toil Steele Aiming Dhlsion of  ll ist ICooten \\ Distiiil '  Wheie lot .ted ���N't. 11 the foi ks of Wild  lloise eiech.  TaUe uotue that I Thomas T ,\li\ittie, P  M 0 No II Hlh!' IKCIHIOI C M I'.uUei Kiee  Muiei's CciUlicate No H2TN1 intend si\t\  da\s I LOU] (he date hcicol to ,i|ipl\ to lhe Minim, Ileionlu for ,1 Ci itilii.1U'ol lmpio\i.nienis  fin ihe puipose or obi.lining a Ciown '.i.iiu ol  the abme ilaims  And luithei take notice that action uudei  section .17, must be commenced befoie the  issuance of such f'eitllliate ol Inipioit'ineiits  Dated this Sllli d,u ofauh   A   i">   HKII  III- THOMAS T   McVITTIK  he Most Coiu])Iete Health   Kesoi L on  the Continent of North America     t  ^itu.iled 111 idstScenei v un 11 vailed foi ili.iudeiii'  Halcyon    Hot    Springs  Hoatinj,'tlshiiiffQani + ariiim Kesident Pluii Inclusions Odllliai IUIII ^u'lan^Niiise  WINDEKMERE & DONALD  General Merchants  Mining supplies a Specialty .  ���- , 1 - l .    <  Minors going noi-thwai-d,via-Canoe River Route will find it a large,  saving and convenienco-to procure Iheir su'p])lics'nl> Oonald.  SOLE AGENTS for-    ���  1    1 '-  (ianton  Steel Company  Windermere. Golden and DuiiaJd  .Mining Divisions.  " t'i  uaieyon sprinSs. Anou Lake. h. c;.   Agents at Windermere for the California Giant Powder Co.  Iu tele^iaphlc communication  Willi all parts of lhe woi Id  Two mails aruve and depait eveiy div  I ci ins, ���(iI5   to  ���>! 8   per week, accoidmK  to lesidence 111 Hotel 01   Villus.  It's UatUs Cine all Nervous and Muscular  Diseases Its Waters Ileal all ICidiw. I.ner  and stomach Ailments  East Kootenay  Bottling Co.  9i  ���I11 .  l.slh  *i   1.1.1 11  ���it  ,'  I 1  . 1\ ,  11    >  I      III--I       1  I       I   I   111  II I   ���'  |.      .,1  I IJ  D.lt.  .Sa  il at I'm I "sti i Ie   All,'list J. Ull    1"UI  11IJ��1'     . Ill   1^.  GftNN & GO.  General     Merehants  Fout Stkioli^,  13. C.  J^itnr  confkctioxkuv  Stattonhkv  CKiAltS.  Pos'j' Opi'MCR   Stokio.  GEARY   &  DOYLE.  Livcnj, feed & Sale Stdbie.  l-'oit  Sli'i'li    li.t  I  ili'^nl.ir   D.nl\   Si.ijji'   iiii'cls  li,litis al l'\ii t Sleele I unrl mti.  f\mm waters  Oi* all kinds.  c  Syrups, Champagnes, Ciders,  Ginger Ales, Elc.  Soda  water  in  siphons.     The  most  eeonomieal w.iy to handle it.  ANDREW    NEIDIG  GONTRflGTOR     and    BUILDER  IICHJSi: AN'I) SKIN* I'AINTINU  (JAI.C;i.MI,N'INU ami I'Al'lli: IIANIIIN'f.  EOKT .STEELE. R C.  ir^f"    All    work   promptly dono  mmunmmmmrnmmm?immmmnm mm mni mm  I N.HANSON,!  General iVIercHant  Lricfuor- Dealer.  AND  Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber,       A largo assortment of seasoned Lumber and Sliin^'los always  on hand.  rr DIMENSION     .LUMBER  SPECIALTY. '        VA  WflSfl.  BG.  ^iiiiiuaiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiusiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiii^  .tn  The  Waldorf  FERNIE, B. C. . OLDlTOWN  WDDhK .V   I'M'K  101,'sr.  .Ml'-., ill     ILI    LI.NIi's.LsI'Li.lll  n  SPLENDID ACCOMMODATIONS y=  ������     Sample Rooms for Couiinercial Men  No Traveller Should Pass the Door.  The trail run* within ten feet of the house. Cuo,!  Barn and plenty of liayiiml grain. If you patronize (lie  U .ililuiT you will never rogrel it.  4.   KANQUSB,    -       -    F'r^i r Ator THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. C, OCTOBER 5, 1901.  �������� ' ���  North Star Lodge  NO. 30.  A. F. AND A. M.       G. R.  B. C. ,  FOKT STEELK. B. C.  Kcgular meeting"!���1st Tue*duy iu eaob  naonih at eight o'clock. Visiting Breiliern are  cordially invited.  A. C. Xei.son, Secretary.  ��Jje tyvo&p&ctov.  Rocky Mountain Chapter  NO. 12o. R. A. M.  PORT STEELE, B. C.  Regular meetings���2nd Tuesday in  each month at eight o'clock.  Visiting-    Brethern   are   cordially  invited.  Ft. L. T. Galbraith Scribe E.  Professlotial.  O��o. S. McCimer. J. A. Harvey  HARVEY k MoCARTER  ,    Burruters,: Solicitor*,  Notaries Public,'  Conveyancers etc.      '  ��� FOKT  STEELE, B.  C.  KEVELSTOKE STATION and GOLDEN  COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY      MADE.  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1901.  ���nrrTmTmnnmTTTnfTnnnmTTTmrntTTT-r  %  LOCAL NEWS. 1  ->itmttiiiiiiiiiiwi.iuiiiiuuiuaiiiittiiiit^  Gus Theis and J. Thompson  came down from Perry creek on  Monday.  It looks as if at least two mining deals will be closed up this  week in Port Steele.  A. B. and Tom. Fen wick  were  iu town on Tuesday.  The next regular convocation  of Rocky Mountain Chapter R.  A. M. will be held on Tuesday  evening next.   ���"  O. S. Frizzell came down from  Pernio on Tuesday, he is on his  way to Spokane to visit < his  family.  It is a long .time   between   the  yacht races these days.  E. J. PELTIER.  Wholesale  Liquor  Dealer  Cranbrook,   B. C.      ~S  When in the market for Liquors,  Wines. Cigars and Schiltz Beer  Dont go out of Kootenay for  you can do better at home by  consulting the big wholesaler  at Ckanbuook.  E. J. PELTIER.  ^mm^m^mm^mmmmi^^^mmmmmmmmm  Kootenay  Hotel *, *  Boundary Line  Tobacco Plains,  B. C.  JULES HUREL. Proprietor.  GOOD     ACCOMMODATION    KOlt    T! i.\ VIOLLING���>- -M UN  A First Class Home  W. R. ROSS  .Barrister   ��� -      -       Solicitor  MOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER. ',.  Fort  Steele,   B.   G  T.    BDB  ',      LANDS, and'MINES  NOTARY PUBLIC   '  COLLECTIONS siveri PROMPT ATTENTION  Fort Steele,     - B. C.  FORT STCIM DKYKLGPIf KMT SYNDICATE LTD  <��� 138 Leadeniiall Street, London, Kngland.  N. A7 WALLIMGER,        FORT STEELE.  POST OFPICK BOX S.  The Pkospector cabinet has  been enriched during the past  week' by samples of rich copper  ore from Butte, Montana; galena  from Cape Nome, and copper  ore'from Copper Creek.  A large number of mining men  were in town on Tuesday.  Another strike of iron ore is  reported on Dibble creek, a  tributarv of Bull river.  (Trada Mark.)  Will  of Cod Liver Oil  GIVE YOJU AN APPETITE!  TONE YOUR NEKVES1  MAKE YOU STRONG!  MAKE YOU WELL!  Dr. Buru��i��, Mr.l. hujit.of tli�� l'rut H...|.it��  for Euitaue, Momioal, pt fUTilit'i n ooimtautl]  andxirai in poru.n,,, ��� I., n.i. In . n��ui,..  .Mil. JJlmV, Supt. tirm'o H..-|.il.l. Toronto,  wnttiatlloj liata >I��u u.o.l ic rtilli llio ut.i.1 i-..ull��  oOr. an.l'!Sl.y<) Itudlra.  DAVIS A LAWRKNCK CO., Limited.  M1NKHAL ACT, im'rt.  (i'OKM ��'.>  CKHTIKK.'A'I'K  OkVlMMtOVKUKNTS.  NOTICE.  MlNKUAl. ACT, ISM.  (i'OUM  ��'.')  i'V:ilrir'll.'A'lK Of5 IMI'KOVKUtiNT*..  NOTICE.  Do.ugias, Cors&n  (CM-MD.)  : a :      a ,  OFFICE���Riverside Avcuue.  Next J)por lo llleasdell's Drug Store.  THOMAS   i\fcVITTiIE  i  R.Lj.S. & CE.  .Fori, Steele B.C.  HmemUl Fractional   Mineral  I'laim.  Situate in ilu' Mining DivUiou ot South H.isi  Knotenuy. ' '   .  Where located;-On lluekli'lierr.v^MouiU-.iiii  adjoininj; the Norili Stiir Minlnt,' Company'*  property. '     t. '    *  TAKK NOTlCi: ihut I. Null Mcl.ftKl Currun.  Free Miner's Cfi'titiente No.  "It.  4;fc!lS" autius  ! is agent for the Nortii Srar Mlniuu Company,    j Limited-     (Non    Personal   , Liability)    Free  We  report  this  week the en- -Miner"s  9eillttcate  Ko' "��� 4iai5"- llllend-  t       c   ^i r��.      < ��� sixtv clays from the dute,hereof, to apply to the  gagemeut Of the .Pl-esoyturiail i u.ninsKeeorderrora Certilicate of Imp.ove-  miniSter, Rev. D. Mch."*rteid, t<S>| un'iits. tor the purpose of obtuiiiiiiK a Crowii  MiSS    PolSOn.    kllOWU    as     Nurse j*l rant of the above claiin.  Ruth    Of Vancouver ' '   A,lJ ,urllier take notice ihut action, under  teeuou Ut. must be commenced before the issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements.  lUted at Kimberley,  11. C,  thib Mill day of  Sept.. 1W1. '   ���  40-       neil Mcleod cukkan, Aeem.  MLNEKAL ACT.  (KOKM P.)  CEIim'K'ATE OF 1MPKOVKVE.NTS.  Experts    were   ��visii'mg   the  nickel  mine   situated   on  Horse creek Tuesdav.  Wild  North Star Lodge. A. F. and j  A. M., held their regular month-;  ly meeting on Tuesday evening  To make good bread " and  pastry it is somewhat essential  to obtain good flour. 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. ' ,     ��� ���' . '      - *.  C.   F.   Nicholson,    Peterboro  was in town on Wednesday.  NOTICE.  IfUSSICK   ft   DEMPSEY.  CONTRACTORS  AND '  BU1LDBRS.  Fort' Steele   B.C  8k��ving*'Hair Dressing Parloi  N'ejci to Oriental Hotel  FORT   STEELE, B. C.  AH kinds of hair work  a specialty.  A.J  GREZ,  Proprietor  A. W. Smith, M.P.P., has declared that hols in opposition to  the Dunsmuir, Martin government. ,\  J. Larsen came down from the  Tiger mine on Wednesday.n  A large party of mining men  visited the Wild Horse creek  placers on Tuesday.  The Wild Horse creek bridge  was completed on Saturday last.  S. W. Gebo of Frank, Alberta,  accompanied by J. C. Adams of  Butte. Mont., were in Ltown on  Wednesday.   :��� i.  C. Hungerford Pollen returned  from.a visit to Alaska on Tues-  da v.  Daffodil 'Fractional Mineral Claim.  Siiuaie in the Mining Division of South Easl  .Kootenay.  Where located:���On Huckleberry Mountain'  adjoining the North-Star Company's prop'erty.  Take noLlee that 1. Neil McLeod Curran, Free  Miner's Certilicate No. IK 43218.'ai'llng as afjent  for.the North Star Muiinsj Company, Limited,  (Non Personal Liability; Free'Miner's Certificate'No. II. 4U.'ilS,' Intend "sixLj- days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining lteeord-  er for a Certilicate of'Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown firant of the  above claim. '     '  And furlliei take notice ihal action, under  section IIT, niu.st be commenced before the issuance ot such Certilicate of Improvements.  vDated at Kimberley.   II. C this 'Jilih day of  Sept., 1901. ���  .  ill- NEIL McLEOD CUKKAN, Agent.  "MIDAS'*    MINERAL   CLAIMS.  Situate In the Fori Steele MliiluK Division  of Eusl ICoolouuy Dislricl. ',       r  When; located: On lloulder Creel:, a tributary of Wild Horse Creek.  TaUo notice ihut I, Wlllluiii K. ltnis, Free  Miner. Airrnt f<ir 1*. "C. Andrewa. Kree Miner,  K. .1. MeK'nii/.lit Ei'i'i' Miner and 11. II, Hrowne  I.'iee Miner, Intend hlxly duyb lrom the dute  hereof, Ui apply to the Mlnlux JCecorder tor a  Cerlitlcate of Iniproveineuis, for the purpose  of obuiluiiig a l.'iown llrant of the above  claim..  ���  And lurlhei' take notice ihut ociiou under  section :\7, uiu.si be coiumeuccd before the'issuance of such (..'eitlllcate of Improveuients. '  Dated this :>ih day of August, 1901.  :��- , ��,-     W. K. KOSS.  CHAS.   P.   CAMPBELL,  Undertaker  and  Em hal mer  Graduate    of   Champion  College   of    the, United ,  States.  Upholstering 'and  General  Furniture Repairing.  All Work Guaranteed. ���  Telegraph or ' Mail  Orders  Promptly Attended to.  -P. O. Box* 127.'  Cranbrook, - B. C.  ��f��  >l��  ���I-  '�����  *  m  Good Stable.   Rigs of all kinds.    Saddle and Pack Norses   ^  4/t f >j;  The  Canadian Bank oi Gommeroe  HEAD' OFFICE--TORONTO.  Paid up Capital *S,000,obo; Jtosci-ve Puml $2,000,000;  Aggregate llcsouwcfi Over *(i."),000,000.  ', London Office: (10 l.omlinrcl Street, K. C. _,  New Voik Office;  lli Kxcliuiii-c l'laoo.  And 68 1ii-anehe.i iu Canada, the United States and Hi-i t ish Ci ���limil >i:x.  Cranbrook Branch,  HUBERT. HAINES, Manager.  S5  '   *  *  -  ' . -< , ��  LIMITED  "ITkad Okpice  40 Queen Victoria,St.,  London, Englan'd:  British Columiua Office  Fort Steei.io, h, o.  C. M. Edwards,  GlON'l.   lVl_\X.\f!KK.    ���  lw.  COHN  TAILOR  AND IMPORTER OF  FINE WOOLLENS  Rocky Mountain Avenue  Fort Steele, B. G.  T. 6. Armstrong  Fort Steele, B. C.  MANUFACTURER   OF  Tinware, Galvanized Iron, Sheet  Iron,   StoveyPipes  and  Copperware  BUILDINGS HEATEDand VENTILATED  Plumbing,  Pipe  fitting  and  all  kinds of sanitary work    y  Air TiQht���Hot Blast Stoves  Hydraulic   and   Air   Pipes   for  Mines  ]���''"������ i ' .        ���'  ���'    '.    '   ���  .SPECIAL  ATT7ENTION  PAID   TO  JOB WORK,  One fact ir, better than ten hearsays.  Ask Doctor Burgess, Supt. Hospital for  rn.-j.ine. Montreal, wliere they have  used it for year.*, for his opinion of  "The 13. sV L7" Menthol Plaster. Get  the genuine miiile by Davis Ac Lawrence ('o.. Ltd.  We are pleased to announce  that Mr. Herbert Clark, under  the tutorage of Rev. Mr. Reid,  has been successful in his matriculation examination into Toronto university. Tlie citizens of  Fort Steele would be greatly  pleased to soe Mr. Clark further  pursue his studies at this far  famed university.  St. John's Church of England.  Services .will be held in the  Church of St. John the Divine  every Sunday morning at 11 a.m.  Holy Communion the third  Sunday in each month at. 8 and  11 a. m.  Strangers arc welcome.  PUESBYTEUTAN   CHURCH.  Christian service will bo con-'  ducted in the Presbyterian  Church by the Pastor Rev. D.  McK. Reid, B. A. every Sabbath  evening at 7:30. Sunday School  at 2 p. m'.  "All are welcome to our services  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that Maiislield  & Cotterell, Tobaeconiuls at Port Steele.  15. C, have turned over their business  to C. - M to Keep of same plkee. A11  accounts due said Mansfield & Cotterell  will be paid to J. A. Harvey, at Fort  Steele, ag-'eni. for 0. M: ICeep.-^  Dated at Fori Steele, Sopteiiilier 23th  1901. ,       '    "  '  A Builder-Are You Losing- Weight?  ���:The D. it L." Emulsion will always  help and build you up. Keatore.i proper digestion and brin��\s back health.  Manufactured by the Davis &  Lawrence Co.. Ltd.  Mrs. and Miss Wells of Golden  and Mrs. Erickson of Cranbrook  were visiting Mrs. C. M. Edwards on Thursday.  An outfit of New York hunters  with A. M. Fenwick as guide,  are hunting big game at the  head of Sheep creek.  A number of bridge carpenters  left Steele on Friday for Bull  liver. .They will put, in a new  bridge in the vicinity of Burnt  creek.  C- P. Hill and J; Fink visited  the Dibble creek iron mines this  week-' 7 ''������������ ���  The dance at the, opera house  on Friday evening was well  attended.  Government Agent Armstrong  is at.Fernie oii official business.  Hotel Arrivals.  IMPERIAL:  George Hull and wife, Toledo.  Ohio.  Miss A. Hogaii, Cranbrook.  A. B. Fenwick, the ranch.  E. Hart, Windermere.  A. S. Trow, Mo.rrillan. Wis.  E. H. Boynton    "  C. E. Maynard,  Warsaw, Wis.  J. O. Trow, Port Hill.  J. H. Bains, Calgary.  . J. E. Aselfine,    "  A   B. Dick, Cranbrook. '  S. W. Gebo, Prank.  J. C. Adams, Butte.  A. P. Walker, Fernie.  J. Y;iKesler, Spokane.  ' A. McAllister, Winnipeg.  07 S. Friraell, Fernie.  C. F. Nicholson, Peterboro.  W. II. Cooper, New York.  S. Walter Wood, New York.  L. Dore and wife, .Wasa.-,-  ..QUARANTINE   SERVICE.       c   '  The Dominion Government in now maintaining a quarantine service to prevent tbe Introduction of small-por lrom south of-the  Boundary at Tobacco Plains.  The quarantine guards there are il.  PHILLIPPS and E. A. EI.TON: and'' all  persons doiirlns to cro��s into Canadian territory must report to them, giving satisfactory  evidence of recent successful vaccination, or  otherwise must submit to be vaccinated on  crossing.  A heavy fine'may be imposed ou, any  persons neuleettiitr or defying quarantine regulations,     \  HUGH WATT, M. D.  3A- Dominion Quarantine Officer.  . i j   i  30,000 Acres Farm Lands  ,- In'the far famed K'ootknay Vai.liov for Salic on easy ..terms  of payment. Pricks ��-.."ifi Pkk. a(-ikk cand upwards. In close  proximity .to the Crow's Nkst Railway.    , <K   '  ���' Lots in" the tow'u of.Ei'hco aro'now on'lln- market, prices $50,  and upwards according to situation.    > '       t        '''..'���  i C ' '     A  . Elko boasts of "the tbiggest- water ��� power in South Easl.  Kootenay, and will be the junction of the Crow's Noht. Southern  Railway.'--���-- , , 0'  Correspondence Solicited. *  Agents   Wanted  Complete Life of. Queen Victoria  HKST HOOK  1JKST TKltMS  OuMit Mailed on Jleceipi. of 15 oonts.  Address  '     S. C. MILL'ER. ic CO.,  I'ortlttn'd, Ore., U.S.A.  C. M. Edwards came up  from  Elko on Thursday.  T.   T.    McVittie   is   reported  very ill at Cranbrook-.  NOTICE.  Tike notice that sixty (60) days after date,  wi Intend to apply lo the Chief Commissioner  of Lands ami Works for permission to remove  obstructions and make improvements ou r.anib  Creek, in order to make said ciiiek navigable  fur logs according to Plans and Surveys fyled.  The only lands affected by said improvements  other than Government, lands, are LutsStiOl and  ���>80-J Croup 1, owned by A. T. Clarlc. The only  nate:1 affected by said improvements is said  Lamb Creek.  The Kate of Toll proposed to be charged is  Two Dollars (*'J.0O) per Thoiibund feet, board  measure.  Dated this I8tli day of September, IMI.  3H- THE MOY110 LUMBKK CO.  g Fort Steele Cigar Store |  SSr Fort   Steele,  B.  C. ^  g       '   WHOLESALE & RETATL DEALERS =|  ^ In Cigars, Cigarettes. Pipes and Tobacco. ^  ^ Finest Variety of Pipes and Smokers Out lit.   ' ^3  J^: In t.he District. Including Meerschaum, VI. P>. P>. ^  y^ Alpha, and Other Brands. ~S  ���^ Imported and Domestic Cigars at. Lowest Prices. ^  ^   - Billiard and Pool Parlor and Reading ^  C�� �� ���, =3  jz: Room in Connection.  v ^3  �� C. P. R. Ticket, and Telegraph Office, and Canada r25  gp Western Telephone Office in Store. ^  I     Mansfield & Cotterell.  Proprietors.  Fort Steele  Diamond Jubilee  Hospital  Monte Carlo Restaurant.  THE MOST  UP-TO-DATE  PLACE IN FORT STEELE.  Everything Cooked  "AS   VOL'    1,1 KK    I'I'."  f  \  WM. ROBINSON,   Proprietor  MISS FOLSON, ,  MA THON.  (.Iiuilimir. or St. l.ultes Hospital,  Vuut'ouver, H. C.  This Ins  READ.  THE PR08PKCTOR.  stittit.inn has been receiitly  eiilartfcd by a new wlug1.which is now  open for reception . of patientB. For  tonus apply, to ,  Miss Kolsom,    or   J. F. Smith, Sec.  - ''Matron.'' Fort Steele, B.C.  *  *  *  *���  *'  *.  *  *  *  *  * .  *  *  *  IR  ft  The Steele House  ,.'���'������    '  . .-���' , ���    ���      /.'  Fort Steele. B. G.  1      ' '    ' ',.     ��� '    " ' ''.   '���   u  Centrally Situated on Riverside Avenue.  Conducted on Up-To-Date Methods.  The Best Bar In Town.  D, McNdsh  PROPRIETOR.  *'  '. *  .38  '�����  .���}>


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