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The Prospector Sep 7, 1901

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Array Library of Log Ass  -.yruyyiiyinnrinnjv^jvxru^njiiv^ig  5l       MINHKAI,   l'KOlJUCl'ION  OF  cl FORT STKRT..E MINrNC DIVISION  .  5] IN   1900     $2,746,869 ^  *i QTJiMilnHniijxariS iPHHrmjiiiKiEnlf #  Si MINK KM.. PRODUCTION OF  J I2KITISH COLUMBIA IN 1900  El $16,407,645  ^fc #iiuijTjiJiJCruvji>uTnH2^^  Vol. 7  BORT STBBBB, 13. C, SATURDAY, SBRTBM13BR 7, 1901.  No SG.  Now Advertisements To-day.  Noileu���K. 1". Hoj.'un..  Notice;���I'. P. Powell.  M, .1. I'uliii-r   I'liirr  IU  ur . *  *   MINERAL FLOAT  ' J  The coal mines sit. Fernie 'are  working every flay and lhe Coal  Company arc making some extensive improvements. r  Great Northern engineers have  surveyed a branch line  up  Coal  , creeje. '     ,       '    '  The  C.   P.   R.   Company   are  opening up the coal areas  south  '���    of Morrisey creek. '   u  The  progress  that  lias   been  made during the present year in  this district has been of so satis-  f   factory a nature that South' East  ���* Kootenay  is now recognized as  o tho coming mining   district   of  the Province.  The St. Eugene' management  havc'installed a' pump and" sinking machinery r on the Lake  Shore" claiin.      '[  An event in Windermere  mining  matters   will  bo,a shipment  of ore from the Silver Cup mine.  ^Minerals       are'    distributed  - throughout     the ���   length   , and  breadth of tho ' Fort Steele  dis-  ,  itrict. . There is immense wealth  ��� awaiting future development in  '<'  mining.' '       ', '  Jt   is  now evident to all who  ��� 'have visited  Perry creek,   that  '  tliore-is large veins ofjfree' milling gold quartz in that  vicinity,  now being developed!-  , "-  The- mining    camps'.in  Jhe  vicinity  of  Fort Steele wear an  ��� air of'activity that augers  well  ,for,the  future  oi^ South   East  Kootenay., ,-.  ,D A number of mining   men   are  looking over the''dry  ore belt,  . near the  headwaters of the St.  ��� Mary's'river. ���    -  ' Prospecting of  the   big   iron  beds on Bull river continues.    ,  A crown grant is being applied  for    the    Big  Dane - group   of  , claims on Morris creek.,-  The Spokane mining men who  visited the Sullivan mine last  week, gleaned much information  of the general resources of tho  mine wilh which they-, wore  greatly impressed.  From a mining standpoint, the  ��� big copper belt tributary to  the  ��� St. Mary's river is in a   nourish  ing condition.  Another   industry  whicli   will  > when   fully   developed,    be    of  groat importance Lto   the   Fort  Steele district,   is  the   big iron  beds at Bull river.  Port Steele is becoming a  groat supply point for the mining camps tributary to the town.  The prospects for the future  of the Fort Steele district are  bright, and a number of important mining deals will soon  be closed up.  Like other mining camps, Fort.  Steele is afflicted with the  "Knocker'' and is suffering in  consequence."  If a man cannot say a good  word for the district at large, he  should have gumption enough to  keep his face closed.  Taken all-together no district,  in the province has more reason  to bo thankful and hopeful than  the Fort Steele district.  Although there is a wide  difference between the mining  and lumber interests of the Fort  Steele district, they are 'of  special importance to the district.. ' '  The purchasers < of the Bull  river iron beds are Butte men  full of  energy  and   push,   and  possessed of ample capital lo  work the big property on a scale  proportionate with ils .importance.  Actual results have demonstrated that,iii  the   Fort   Sleek*  i  district, with 'depth, the ore  bodies become larger and richer.  The Fort Steelo iron beds will  enjoy the distinction soon of  being lhe largest iron mines in  Canada.  The capacity of the smeller to  bo erected at Marysville will be  IHO tons a day.1  Another year will prove the  Fort Steele district lo bo the  greatest mineral producing district of lire Province.       -  SMELTER   AT  MARYSVILLE.  KOOTENAY CENTRAL RAILWAY  First  Organization of tho Company,  Annual Meeting1.  ������ In compliance wilh the requirements of their charter, the  first , "annual meeting of the  shareholders of tho Kootenay  Centra] Railway "Company, ,was  hold at Fort' Steele. B. C..' on  Monday, 2nd of September. Almost every share hold .was rep- ginecr  resented, and, the meeting ,was a  most hopeful ono. -  -The ballot-resulted in -the  election of the.following gentlemen as a. permanent Board of  Directors: R! L. T.' Galbraith.  J. A. Harvey, Jas T. Laidlaw,-  A. C, Nelson. Dr. J. Tl/King  and Dr. Hugh Watt.' ���  , At a subsequent meeting tho  following officers wore elected:  President, Dr. Hugh Watt: Vice  President, ' "R. ��� ��� L.' T.' Cl a 1 ti'rai tl i ";  Secretary, 'J.->s T. Laidlaw;  Treasure!'. A.C: Nelson; Solicitor. J. A.,Harvey '.��� . A  . The territory it is proposed, to  serve by the  Kootenay   Central  Plant   of 150 Tons   Capacity.���Railway Survey Now Being- Made.  Recent reports from Kimberley  received this, week are to the  effect that a. smelter .will be built,  at Marysville to handle the  si Ivor-lead ores from the Sullivan group of mines. Work of  construction is to commence at  once, and.the plant will be ready  to treat ore by tho first of April  lf/02.  The smelter will have a  capacity ot l.'ii) tons daily, and it  is said that a load- refinery will  be added to the outfit in the near  future.  _ ' i  The site' ."selected ' for the  smeller is on Mark' creek about  a .mile from where it empties  into the St. "Mary's riveiyand  below the falls on' Mark creek,  which have a direct plunge of  9."> feet.;.the water power will be  ample-for all smelting purposes.  A brickmaking plant is to be  installed.-- Contracts have been  lot for a large amount of lumber.  IT.     Lumsden,   C. . P.   R.   en-  is   already ' engaged   in  surveying a'railway line loathe  mine, also a spur.from  the Kim  borley line to Marysville.  A mooting of the Sullivan  Mining Company,will be^he.ld in  Spokane on November 1st to  vote on the proposition .of''increasing the capitalization ��� of  SS,500,000 to ^ 000.000. ,'  A now manager of the company will ��� be" selected''1, at --the  meeting. - '��     ���.   '  "    -South East Kootenay.    ,  ��� ' ,  -'    -s  Keep your eye on South  East  Kootenayi it is the coming 'mining,'section of.British'Columbia.  At present  there are three big  Railway is fhe rich   and   lovely |producing silver-lead mines pay  valley   of   the   Kootenay river,  which has been, proved beyond a'  doubt    admirably    adapted   for  agriculture    and   fruit,  raising,  and which  is' bounded both  on  the east and west by  ranges of  mountains rich in their  promise  of mineral   wealth.'   -The 'route  to bo followed by  the K.C.R.,'  north, of the  Crow's" Nest'line  lies-in a north westerly direction  following' the   fop thi lis   of  .tho.  Rockies and passing close to tho  wonderful deposits of iron ore at  Bull River, which seem destined  to make South East Kootenay as  famous for its production of iron  and steel,   as   it now   is  for its  output of coal and colic,      lu   its  "course   northward   tho  lino will  cut  through "extensive deposits  of  limestone, and will serve  all  the mines now developing  east  of tho river soutli and  north   of  Port Steele, and it will have (his  great and un matched   advantage  of  following- the  natural   topography of the district: it will be  able  to  carry   tho entire output  of ores by easy down   grades   to  tho smeller to be erected  somewhere  on or  near lhe Koolena,y  river.      Taking  Port Steele as iv  radiating point, the first  section  of    the    road    will    be   carried  through    that    -town      to     the  Crow's  Nest   Southern   line   to  the souths the second will   make-  the famous mines of the Windermere   district   its   primary   objective point,  thence  onward  to  Golden.    Branches will run east  and west connecting   the Capital  of  the district  with   the  upper  Wild     Horse    and    Bull    river  region,    with    the   St.   Mary's  valley,     Kimberley,     Skookum  Chuck and  Tracy  creek.     This  is   an   extonsiye   field,   but its  ���poten I ial   weal th  f ul ly warrants  the inauguration aud completion  of an enterprise destined, to redouble the great benefits derived  by the Province from the  build;  ing largo dividends  A smelter will be erected at  Marysville in the near future. . .  , The largest coal areas on the  American continent. - Large  beds of' iron ore. Copper in  paying quantities is -found all  over tlie district.'' Placer mines  are/Working on Perry and Wild  Horse creeks. Large bodies of  gold quartz, are now being developed, and reports are coining  in daily from every mining camp  in South East Kootenay to the  effect that-the mines now under  development are constantly improving as work progresses.  The north and south railway  through the Kootenay, valley  will be constructed in the near  future. The.Crawford Bay and  Fort Steele railway will be well  under construction next year.  Watch .Lhe progress of this  district from now on, it will  steadily forge to the front as the  banner mining district/ of the  Province.  tons to .the aero, or _a total of  22,.ri95,000,000 lon^ tons. There  is coal enough in the Fort Steele  district'^sufficient to supply the  North American Continent for  at     least     25    years. The  'British and American admiralties  have practically proven by hard  tests its steam producing1 powers  and have agreed to substitute  Crow's Nest coal for Welsh coal  on tho completion of a railway  from the mines through the  Kootenay' valley to Golden  thence to transmit'it to the  coast.  ���nnnnTronnfTnnnffnTTTmffiTTmmm*  I In Tunnel and Stope %  A  BIG   CLEAN   UP. '  I  The Thompson outfit, who  are engaged in working, placer  ground on Perry creek, have  reached bed rock, and drifting  commenced on Friday last. On  Wednesday after working three  men ' five days they cleaned up  ��287 in gold. The new water  wheel is-working nicely, running  the pumps, and hoisting ^gravel.  So far the gravel on bedrock is  averaging over $19.00 per day to  the man.  STRUCK   GRAPHITE.  It is reported that Ben Pugh  has made a strike of graphite on  Mathew creek, five miles from  Marysville. , It is said that the  vein is ten feet in width. E. C.  Smith;'* who _ returned' from  Marysville on' Saturday last,  brought in a beautiful sample pf  the'ore.    .'',-,   ','  ���  GOOD   HOPE  $120,000  BOND.  Moyio Mining News.  ST.   EUGENE.  Aloyie, Sept. f).���Work'on fhe  shaft in the Lake Shore tunnel  is now down iiO feet. It is the  intention to continue sinking below water level. Several men  were laid off during r.he past  week, others put on, the situation remains unchanged.  AUrtOKA.  Work on tho Aurora, is steadily progressing. Cross-drifting  has commenced, it is expected  that tho ore body will be encountered soon.  " ,  .      Crow's Nest Coal.  According  to   the  Geological  GROUP:  ,. .   ,        -   i>  -   This group of mines situate on  Whitefish creek consists of the  Good .Hope, Tulip and' Rose.  Development consists of a tunnel  now in some 00 feet, lhe ore is a  copp'el'-.pyrite." There is- ten  inches of malachite, on the hanging wall. There is about 80  tons of ore on the dump.  FREE  GOT,D  STRIKE.  It is said that Adam "Wise has  made a strike of gold quartz,  near Markley Flat, four miles  from Fort Steele.  MYSTERY.    w  One of-.the properties now be-  ing��doveloped on Alki creek, is  the Mystery,, owned by Robert  Dewar and others. Development  consists of,a shaft down C9 feet,  and a tunnel in 50 feet; it is said  that there ist five feet of solid  copper ore in the tunnel. J.  Heeuan who returned from Alki  creek on Monday, reports that  Mr. Dewar has discovered  another lead on the property  which has a width of 26 feet.  The ore is a copper pyrite.  BULL   RIVER   IRON  MINES.  On Thursday an outfit of ten  men left Fort Steele for the Bull  river iron mines. They will put  in a winter cam}). It is the intention of the new owners to run  three tunnels at different points  so as to further test the quality  of the ore. Winter supplies for  the camp have been puichased  at. Steele. Mr. Gebo will return  to Steele next week.  The   Big   Iron Mines of Bull   River  Purchased By���H. L:' Frank '  of Montana.  The big iron mines situate  on  Bull river have been , bonded  to  S. W. Gebo, representing  Ii. L.  Frank  of Butte.   Montana,   for  the  sum of ��120,000,   the  bond  extends ovei a period   of. eleven  months. <l  For the past month there has  been rumors galore regarding'  the Bull river iron mines. First  it was announced that the C. I?.  R. was in the, field and had secured the property, then it. was  said that the Crow's Nest Coal  Company had secured an option  on the group of mines; aud while  there is no doubt, that both of  the above companies were trying  to secure the property it is now  evident lhal, while recognizing  that it was the. biggest proposition of its kind in Canada, "yet  they were slow in coming' to the  front and closing up the deal.  On Sunday last Mr. S. W.  Gebo,arrived ih Steele, and soon  was in consultation with Jas. T.  Laidlaw who had control of the  property, y Arrangements were  hastily made, and- on Monday  Mr. Gebo visited the mines. Tt  is needless to say that he wiis  astonished at the immense showings of hematite iron which con-  of the district are the largest on  the American continent, the iron  beds at Bull River and Kitchener  when developed will rank as  high; and ihere are several  mines that have reached a point  of producing.  The great future of the district  depends largely on cheap and  convenient, transportation to  bring the varied resources, so  favorably located, to industrial  centers, or the establishment of  manufacturing industries in the  district. 'With coal mines sufficient, to monopolize,, all the  present transportation facilities,  with by' far the larger portion of  the district without transportation, mines developed, ��� ore on  dumps, the district awaits until  the necessary transportation is  afforded.    , ��  In conclusion we may say  that the Fort Steele district can  pride itself in the fact that a  world of valuable.rminerals are  concentrated inside its boundaries.      'B "  ,   THE   BIG,GOLD   STRIKE  fronted him, over a-million  tons  Mining- Notes.  N. A. Wallinger has discovered  iron on Dibble creek a tributary  of Bull river. o A number of  claims have been located.  Stock in mining properties  that is non-assessable is not any  more desirable as an investment  from that fact.  Smelter    charges    are   based  Survey of Canada, aud by those | ordinarily on what are termed  actively engaged in the develop- neutral ore���ores-, in wliich the  ment of the coal mines, the area\percentage of.p-on and silica are  of workable coal, is 230 square  miles of a thickness .of one  hundred and forty feet of good  seams, representing 15,-{,4b0 long  about equal.  Reports   from  creek  state that very rich.strikes have  beeii made in that vicinity.  were in sight, and after spending  several hours looking over four  claims said,"I have seen enough  lets get back to Steele and close  the deal".  This is the quickest deal ever  made in'the Kootenay, inside of  ten hours, the big deal was on  aud closed.  As is stated above the pro-  petty is bonded for ��120,000, the  bond'o>:)'Aiding over a period of  eleven months, with several intermediate payments,'the first of  whicli will come due in three  months. "      - 4  A force of ton men are how  engaged in developing the property, this force will 0 be continued during the life of the  bond, under a forfeiture of a  large sum, said to be ��1,000 per  month, in case of the non-fulfillment of this portion of the contract.  The property at present shows  up several strong leads, one has  a width of '50 feet, having a  depth   of  over  a thousand feet,  another vein has about the same  t ���  width, and can be traced on the'  surface over four claims, still  another vein is said to be 25 feet  wide. It is estimated that there  are over 1,000.000 tons of ore in  sight. The ore is a hematite of  a superior quality, and analysis  show that the ore contains no to  00% iron,' with a trace of man  gancse, phosphorus and sulphur  The grade of the ore, at depth,  is higher in iron and lower in  silica than on the surface.  The locators of the claims are.  J. T. Laidlaw, W. VanArsdalon,  George Watson, C. M. Edwards,  W. R. Ross, E. .Johnson. A. B.  Fenwick and T. Fenwick.  While the date of the  present  locations show that- these claims  I-  wore located in April, yet the  existence of iron in large quantities has been known for several  years, A. B. Fenwick, T. Fenwick and C. M Edwards having  slaked claims and carried them  during this time.    .  It is hard for eastern people to  compiohend the magnitude of  the mineral resources of the Fort  Steele district, thousands .of  cl ai ms have been located, a large  number.are now, under  develop-  Perry Creek Is a Great Gold   Camp.  i Hank Eller and Dan Munro,  who were*-reported as having  made a rich strike of gold quartz  on Perry creek, returned to  Steele on Thursday. Mr. Munroe in conversation with- a  Prospector representative said  "Yes, ,it is true that we have  struck it rich, we have a consid-,  erablo amount of quartz sacked  that is , very rich in gold. The  shaft is now down 22 feet, aiid  we think it is improving with  depth. The lead is from 40 to  50 feet in width, the ore chute  tliat we are sinking on is a 'gray  decomposed quartz and seems to  be, the full' width pf the shaft.  Gold can bo panned from-any  portion.of f'r.o b'.g lead. ,' On the  small ledge which is about two  feet in width we have sunk two  shafts, one 8 and the other 12  feet, we have also run an open  cut, of 20 feet, this lead pans well  with considerable coarse gold  plainly to be seen iii the rock.  We expect to return-in a few  days and further develop the  property. .You might say that  if 'we were looking for big  assays, we have samples c. that'  would run ��10,000 in gold.-  East Kootenay Stock  Asked._  Crow's Nest Coal     $80.00 ~  North Star  0T>^  Sullivan  ]1��  Silver-lead Quotations.  New York-. September 7:  Bar Silver   Mexican dollars   Lead ..   .."   Copper       16.02*  London.' Sept.  7.���Silver.   27d:  copper. -Ciiii 13h yd: lead, ill" 13s, 9d.  Bid.  S62.00  45  .114  58*  37*  Market Conditions.        <  Business has been good,'  with  considerable activity   in   mining  circles.  From present appearances  there is a prospect of unusual  development in mining quarters  this fall.  The local stock market has  been fairly good during the past  week.  The London market for lead  shows no signs of improvement.  The Bull Kiver iron mines  were the center of attraction  this week.  incut.''- Three large silver-lead  propositions aija. producing and  paying dividends; the coal areas  WANT  TO   FIGHT.  A large army of Venezuelans  are   massed  on   the  frontier  in  readiness to help the Columbian '  insurgents.  CUSTOM   RECEIPTS. f ��  . The   Dominion    customs    receipts   for    August   were   over  three million dollars, the largest ���'  record for a month. THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. C, SEPTEMBER 7, 1901.  ��Jj�� $fV0#pZCt0V.  ESTABLISHED     1695.  A. B. 6race,  PUBLISHER    AND    EDITOR.  i."j!.'iirjrsagJfVJ--E *uj��ii^gi  ufacturing-    of  bodies of iron.  these   immense  THE PROSPECTOR, is published  ��� very Saturduy, and has a guaranteed  circulation larger than uny other paper  In Kubt Kootenay. It is all home Printed  and contains double the news of any  other paper in the district.  As un  advertising rncdii:>n  It  is unexcelled.  Devoted to the upbuilding of Fort, Steele,'. the  development ol the vast, mineral resources of  the East Koolenny mining district.  Subscriptions t 2.00 per vear  Advertising rates made known on application.  Contributions are solicited from all pans of the  district, bui all matter Intended for publication  muht have the writer's signature.  The industrial development of  the Fort Steele district will be  rapid if in addition to gold,  silver, lead, copper, coal and  coke, the production of pig iron  and steel is added.  i Sis  Headauarters  for   Mining  and   Commercial  H/Ien  k  CO  THIS PAPER  Is kept on tile at thuudver-  Uslii(,'af;eiicy of Alaxasulei-  ACo., Suite F.. First Xanonal liank Uuildiiis;,  Spokane, Wash., wheie contracts can be made  (or it.  This Paper feA^-s  on llie at K. C,  ' S Aclvei'ti.s Iuk  Agency, B-l and 65 Merc-hums hxchnuKi'. San  Francisco. California, where contracts for :ul-  ver.lslng can be made for It.  Thic Pa nor Is kepi on Hie at the A. Melius rapei Kim & Co. Newspaper Ad-  vetlsins Agency, Montreal, whore contructs  for advertising can be made for It.  Tliiu On aq.. Is on sale al J. W.  AMIS l,rt 'tl (Jrahum .V Cos book  store, Spokane, Wash.  ��to jjJr00pectxn\  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBKU 7, 1901.  "No Enemies  to Punish���No  Special Friends to Serve."  X  <UE' meeting of the shareholders of the Kootenay  'Central  Railway,held   at   Fort  Steele on  Monday  las'f demou-  -strated the progressive  interest  taken by  the   Company   in   its  efforts  to  build  a railway from  the      international      boundary  through the Kootenay valley and  --by-the=best possible route.    Tlie  experience of the past is  ample  ��� assurance that more railway connections is  needed,   the district  1    can never"have adequate clevel-  ,    opment until the north and south  ,  railway is constructed/'  The coal mines in. the  district  can only be developed to the ex-  'tent of an  output of   5,000   to  10,000 tons daily by securing the  best''railway   connections   possible.    In considering  this   proposed ' railway  development  wo  niusUreinember tho.large mineral  areas along the proposed  route,  and  the  possibility  of shipping  mines capable of producing   tho  "necessary lonuage. ,]n considering this toiinage', it is safe to say  that if this line was in actual op-,  oration   today,   as  far  north as  Windermere,   a  tonnage  of  not  less then 500 tons daily could be  obtained.     The   proposed   railway will open up a prospect of  smelting development which will  " be of importance to the  mineral  development of1 the  district;   it  ���will also enable   the   big   Bull  river iron mine to reach a  point  of development which is  clearly  impossible   without ,a   railway.  In the Fort Steele district  we  have an immediate prospect of  tho enlargement of an  immense  coal   industry,  big smelting enterprises, the rapid development  of otir vast*1.mineral   resources,  the   establishment   of   immense  iron and steel manufactories, enlargement   of    the   lumber   industry., and many other more  or  less important industries, all depending on   the construction  of  this most important, railway.  *    *    *  It is an assured fact that a  smelter and possibly a lead refinery will be built in the Fort  Steele district. This is one of  the most important steps, which  haa been, taken during the pasi  year to further the mining progress of the district. It will  have a tendency to open up a  large mineral area, to hasten the  development of our mines, and  will build up f a home smelting1  and refining industry, that'will  be of great advantage..,to South  .East Kootenay.  The Fort Steele district is rich  in minerals of all kinds, -within  its borders are found the largest  coal areas on the American continent. Further railway accommodations are necessary for the  rapid development of our mines,  and thosej with branch lines and  spurs wili.be provided, and there  is reason to believe that an era  of incroased  prosperity   is now  coming.  #    *    *  On Monday last all labor  organizations iu Canada wore a  unit in the celebration of,, Labor  Day.' The first Monday in Sep'-  tomber having been set apart by  the Government as  a perpetual  holiday.     <���   , ,  v ' *��� -it-  Heavy bush tiros still continue  to burii'throughout this district.  While the cause of some of these  fires is spontaneous combustion,  some by, campers ��� and prospectors neglecting ,to ��� put  out their camp fires, and  along the railway, by sparks  from the locomotives.  The  Hotel  All    Modern    Conveniences  FORT    STEELE,   B.   C.  "I o  Large   Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men.  NOTICE.  Take nonce ihat sijciy days after date ilm 1  stall apply io the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to purchase the following described Crown lauds sitiute in South  Kast Kootenay, and described as follows;  Commeticiiijr at a post planted on ihe south  bank of the'St. Mary's river opposite lot :��M).  thence south 10 chains, thence west N) eliains.  thence north about 40ohains to the St ' Marj-.-  river, thence east followinp ihe" meandering ol  the St. Mary's, river to place of commence-  rneui. containing in all iHO'aeres more or less.  KD'WIN C. SMITH agent for.  PERCY P. l'OWKI.L.  Dated at fort Stc.'le this 3!st day of  August.  1001. ^ :��  ; NOTICE.        j -  0 Take notice that sixty days after date I shall  apply io lhe Chief Commissioner of Lauds and  Works for permission to purchase the following described Crown lauds, situate in Souih,  Kast Kootenai' anil described as follows: Ccni-  mendnK at a post planted ai the north east-  eorner of Loi:B78. Group I. Kootenay district,  and, marked P. P. Hokum's purchase, S. E.'cornei', tiienee noilh 40 chains, ihenee west SO  clniiiis,'llienee south -40 chains, thence east 80  chains to place of beKiiiniiis:, containing "3'JO  acres more or less, subject to ilie special  license now covering said land.  KDWIN O. SMITH agcnl for  F.P. HOC.VN.   1  IDiitc-cl at Fort Sieele, August 29tli, 1901.'     30-  iTbeTOlLET  IS INCOMPLETE WITHOUT  -*  CARLIN  & DTJRICK  MERCHANTS   GENERAL  Fort  Steele,,  Eest  a '  Kootenav.  McBride Bro  1 _ r      '' r  ('    ' * > i  Shelf f Heavy Hardware  9  S>  N .  W  A  JfeMOORES      %  sde Agents ,or tue ^an^n s^ei  COMPANY  This, Steel is<*uaraulee'd to^be equal tb Jessop's or  Firths in all  - Hard Rock Wouk.    ��� *     -, '   < ���.'''--  Sole Agents  Sole  Agents  Grows Nest Goal������*  i r i    l  Giant Powder Gomfcnii.  K  E  \V  A,  R  RELIEVES   CHAFING.   ITCHING   OR   IRRITATION.     COOLS, COMFORTS AND HEALS [  THE SKIN. AFTEH SHAVING.  Avoid  dangerous,  irritating Witch  Hull I  preparations represented to be "the same at"  Pond's Extract, which easily aoun and often |  contain "wood alcohol," a deadly poison.  Mining Supplies a Specialty.  Agents for the   MASSEY   HARRIS   CO., Limited.  Farming   Implements.  AT  THE  WINDSOR  Table   Board  at tlie Windsor  has been reduced to ��1 per d^v.  Single Meals 35 cents  Chicken Dinnoi'  10very Sunday  50 cents  MRS. DILSE,  Windsor House Dining Rooms,  Port  FORT STEELE, B. C  Powder,   Fuse   and   Caps  c.  Ciittiberlatid   C<  Fort Steele  Meat Market  FRESH   and1 SALT   MEATS   ALWAYS  ���   '  ��� ON HAND.  R. W. ROGERS, Proprietor.    -  Fresh Halibut,   Salmon, Salmon Trout, Bologna  Sausage,  Butter and Eggs.    Fish and Game in Season.  MANUFACTURERS and  BREWERS OF EXTRA FINE  BEER  PORTER  Stevens  Crack Shot Rifle.  district   is  large   pro-  irge  . The  The   Fort   Steele  likely  t��  become  a  duper  of  iron  ores,  iron beds at Kitchener,   and   tlie  stills-larger  areas  at   Bull river  are'now being developed.     Th<|  railway developments now going  on   in   the  district, with the advantages oi' cheap coal and coke  lime in abundance,-'...all   tend   towards    lhe  ���establishment,    of  works for the smelting and man-  A new rifle. 20-inch barrel'!.'  Weight' 4 pounds. C. IJ. caps:  and ;22 Hhort R.jf F. Has am  AUTOMATIC SAFETY and'  cannot be discharged 'accidentally. '���     -,������,'.  Price Only %U.OQ  If these rifles fire not carried; iii stock  by your dealer, send price and' we will  send it to you exprcs.1 prepaid.  Send stamp for catalog describing complete line and containing valuable information to sbootere.  The J. Stevens Arms jnd Tool Co.  | P. 0. uW>-~> CHIC0PEE FALLS, MASS.  SOLD    BY   THE . BARREL,    KEG   OR    BOTTLED  Bottled beer for family use a specialty  OUTSIDE ORDERS G.1VEN STRICT'^ PROMPT ATTENTION  [SATISFACTION GUARANTEED �����?*&?��$  Mutz & Scott, Prop^s.  ��w��uti%iuumumuwnwiiumuuumnu%iu��uuuwniK  WANTED:)  AGENT for Fort Steele' and  vicinity  for |  the  sale  of ���hardy   lines of Standard Fruit J  Stock,    Small    fruits'.    Ornamental. trees, g  shrubs, etc.      Terms liberal.       Apply now '|  PELHAM NURSERY COMPANY, I  Toronto, Clnt. I  Fort Steele  and  Kimhcrlcv.  JUST    RECEIVE  Assorted Car of Best Brands of Flour  and   i\'lc;ils,   ole  Flour, Patent Hungarian and Strang Baker.  Rolled Oats, Cracked Wheat. Whoatlol Is,       [  Corinneal, Buckwheat Flour, Splil Puns,  Navy Beans.   Limn Bonus, Pol Uni-ley, He  Bran    Chops     Shorts     pats  Fleetwood Tea, a pure article imported direct from Ceylon  ,     try it once and you will uscTTo'btheT.  Fresh Breakfast  Bacon,   Hams  and   Dry Sail, Side'Bacon.  Butter and Eggs. r ..       "     7  POTATOES   and   CARROTS  FIREWOOD all lengths to suit all stoves.  THE   FORT   STEELE  FLOUR and FEED .-STORE  I. C. MILLER,.Proprietor- POST OFFICE BOX 836.  iEST"' All goods guaranteed and prices also as being- correct.  Send in orders. w THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. C, 1901.  1  #  8 .,  I  HOTEL  H. REINEMAN, Proprietor.  Fort Steele, B. C.  I r ' * Oil  Largest and Most Complete Hotel Iti South Hast Kootenay  w ' ' '      , f , ii , " ���>.        ' i '   , '  i ' ' ' ( l> i l r  ALL   MODERN   CONVENIENCES  Sample Rooms for, Commercial-'Men.  Headquarters for Mining Men.  KIMB  LEY  The    Coming  Town   of   East  Kootenay.  Neartneiamous North star  and Swll!Van JVlines  ��� ;v,��,'-  A Limited Number of laots for Sale  at Prices Ranging from  ��� '    '        ,,        s - ��� ' ' '    '.      ,'      ���  $125    To    $400  NOW   IS   THE  TIME TO BUY as prices will'be advanced the first  of the year. o  Apply to  ,       ���, i '  Land Commissioner, C. P. R.  Winnipeg, Man., or to  BBALE ��: ELWELL  Fort Steele and Kimberley,  KIMBERLEY.  ROYAL  HOTEL  KTMBERLEY, B. C.  The Finest Liquors and  Cigars and Best Furnished  Rooms in Town.  J.   I,   GATES,   Prop.  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Guaranteed $900  Salary  Yearly  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c  lAnyonosending anketcli nnd description may  aiilckly ascertain our opinion free whether an  Invention Is probably patentable.   Communica-  CI1VOI1LCCJI.   ia |>iuunuij  p..bc.M.u,a.   '^u,>,......>>*.,.-  tlonB strictly contldcntlal. Handbook on Patents  sent free. Oldest agency for securingppatents.  Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive  special notice, without charge, in the . \    " ��� ,���  Scientific American*  A. handsomely Illustrated weekly. largest circulation of any scientific journal. Terms, *3 a  year; four months, (L Sold by all newsdealers.  MUNN & Co.36,Broadwa*' New York  Branch Office. 035 F St., Washington, D. C  Men and women ol' tjooil uriilrcs.-. ivp-  i-Ci>ent, us, t-oim1 to travel ;i|ipoint,in<j  iiS'ont&. others for local win'le Ionic iiiii'  lifter our interests. VMO Hilary guaranteed yearly: extra cnnimKhions and  expeiibo.-.. rapid advancement, old established house. Grand chance for  earnest man or women lo secure pleasant, permanent position, liberal income  and future. New, brilliant lines Write  at once.  STAFFORD   PRESS.  23 Church St.. New 1 Caven. Conn.  Career   and  Character  of Abraham Lincoln.  HtGHWARDEN & SON.  PIONEER  BARBER SHOP  Everything Strictly Fii;st Class.  Next door "to the Prmpeetor.  An address by Joseph Choate, Ambassador to (jrent Ih-itain. on the career  and character of Abraham Lincoln���  hit. early life���his early slnifj-frlos with  the world���lii-5 character as developed  in the later years of his life and his administration, which placed his name so  hiti'h in tho world's roll of honor and  fame, has been published by the Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway  and may be had by sending six (fi) cents  in postage to F. A. Miller, General Passenger Agent, Chicagro. 111.  4 .      ,1  =]  I'l r        '  *  *  *  ISPIJ1II.1SHED RVERY SATURDAY, AMllitAS A  CUAKANTI3RD CrKCUrJATlON LAKUUK THAN'  ANY OTIIKK PAPHK'IN KAST KOOTKNAY, IT IS  ALL UOMK PRINTKD. AND,CONTAINS DOUHM3  THE AMOUNT.OF NfiWS.OF ANY PAPER TN THE  DISTRICT. ' ,    > A  ;    As   An   Advertising   Medium   It   Zs  Unexcelled. ^  *//r ^- -it XL '.: ,N  *    THE PROSPECTOR COVERS A DISTRICT jj  Ui    LARGKR THAN SOME EMPIRES. AND HAS A   m  '      ?���  *���  LARO E FOREIGNeCIRCULATION.  m  The Paystreak, Of Ad's In This Paper Pays From The Grass Roots,  And Never Pinohes Out, Stake One !  Your Interest.  The Result Will Be To  .TOM PRINTING OP ALL KINDS NEATLY AND PROMPTLY  EXECUTED.  L  WANTlflD-TUUSTWORTT-TY M EN  AND WOMliN to travel and advertise  for old established house of solid linan-  cial standing. Salary $780 a year and  expenses, all payable in cash. No canvassing' required. Give references.and  enclose self addressed stamped envelope. Address Manager, .35"i Oax'ton  IJldg'., Chicago. ... .* ��� .  TO THE DEAF.  A rich lady cured of her Deafness and Noises in0the Head by  Dr. ^Nicholson's Artificial Ear  Drums, gave $10,000 to this Institute, so that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums  may have them free. Address  No. 14518. The Nicholson Institute, 780, Eighth Avenue,  New York, U. S. A.  ll  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  ; Fort. Steele  BAKERY,  ���H. A r^ i e , Proprietor.  ' RIVERSIDE   AVENUK  Opposite   Post   Office.  CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS,  COPYRIGHTS AND DESICNS.  Send your business direct to Washington,  saves time, costs less, better service.  My ofilce cIom to V. 8. Patent Offlco. FREE preliminary examination! made. Atty'a fee not due nntll patent  Uiecnred PEPRSOHAL ATTENTION GPtVPPEPd-19 YEARS  ACTUAL EXPERIENCE. PBook "How to ootain Patent!,"  etc., sent (Tee. Patents procured ttrongh E. O. Bigger*  receire special   notice,  without charge, in  tbo  INVENTIVE   AGE  Ulmtrated montPhly-Elerestb pyw���term, $1. a roar.  DILSE & CROFTS  CONTRACTORS  All   Kinds   of   Brick   and   Stone   Work  BRICK and LIME For Sale.        PLASTERING Promptly Done  -Agents.   Wanted  Complete Life of Queen Victoria  ',,'���������       BEST ROOK  Jl   .'.���..     . BEST TERMS  Outfit Mailed on Receipt of 15 cents.  Address   -  S. C. MILLER & GO.,  IBB' Portland, Ore.. U.S.A.  and SCIENTIFIC  THIRTY-HniTH TEAR.  24Pa^es : Weekly  : Illustrated.  INDISf ^JNSABLE  TOMIMNGMEN.  $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.  8KN-T1 TOH SAMPLE COPT.  MINING^ Scientific PRESS  3i0 MARKET ST.. SAH FRANCISCO, CAI. THE PROSPECTOR. FORT STEELE, B. C, 1901.  O r  The Mining Center of the District of South East Kootenay  The Largest  Mineral Areas;  and tlie IVIost  Extensive  Coal Fields on the  American Continent  are Situated in  t,       t ,  South East Kootenay  &   S "'B "  Agriculture  Oraxing and the  Lumber Industry  are Prominent  Features of the  District.   ,  /���.  t * i  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  And    Tap    the   Greatest   Mineral   Belt   of   tHe   District  Choice Business and Residence lots for Sale  Apply to  JL^o   JL ���  Townsite Officeo . ty'HE PROSPECTOR,' FORT STEELE, Ii. C, SEPTEMBER 7, 1901.  ����lt�� %)��00p2Ki0V.  SATUKDAV, SEH'J'EMIJKR 7,  1901.  A Prospector's Letter.  QThe following letter was found  in n cabin on Tanglefoot creek a  tributary of Bull river in this  disirict:  Tanglefoot Gulch, 1901.  Lucky Jones Jr.  StaboBolt, P.' O.,  Ind., U. S. A.  Dear Nephew:���      ���  1 assure you, J was powerful  glad to hoar, from you. and as  Talky lAiced Pete is hiking down  lo Port .Sleele for a few pounds  of .smoking lobacco and a sack of  'sail, so as to have plenty of  supplies for our -fall work, I'  thought 1. would hasten to reply  to your epistelation and put a  troubled oogilalor at' rest on  some foggy -spols you mention  1 herein.  Vou said that you hud been  reading in thojmpers about the  good chances for a young man in  the   mining  world   to   make   a  where you aro or thereabouts.  and form ;i community of interest with some fair one, and  you will iind more pleasure .'*.nei  profit, in love, in a homo, than  to become a nomadic wooer of  fickle fortune midst tlie wild uu  tangled wilderness of the west".  From your loving uncle,  ,Ikk.  Fort Steele  Diamond Jubilee  Hospital  MISS FOt-SON.  MATIION.  lii'iulUHti' ol SI. Liilii". Ilcispiliil.  Vancouver, li. C.  ASSAYING  ('. I1'. Kiciioi.sox.  I'KTKKUOHOITUJJ, li. V.  (I.IcciisimI Ijv I'iuviihjIuI Onvci'iiineiil.J  Cnlil mid silver ;.*2.00  Silver mill lend.'.   2.00  <'!lllll. nlivci' und Cojijicji-     .'1.00  Cold, hih'er. lead und copper.". :1.00  Sampler  left   with   C.-ii'liii it Din-iclc  will receive tji'oiijtil, attention.  $76.00  TCL BUFFALO  60   DAY   LIMIT  SEPTEMBER 3, 17.,  OCTOBER 1, 15.      -  _.___ -VIA���  CANADIAN  Tliih   I until ul ion 'li:ii  (iiilurgtul by ii new \vi11<4  o))(.'ii   for  roceplion  ol  terns* appl.V lo  lieen recently  wliich N ikiiv  mlieiiN.   ' I'Vir  Miss I'oi.som.  iMnt'i'on.  .1. F. Smith,'See,  Koi'l. Steele  .('  NOTICE.  Sixty clay-. lUtci' cluie 1 linc/mi in npply io  llie Cliluf Comiiils'.iorii'i' ol l.iinils iiml Wurlis  for pi'i-iiifsslon ui rul nnd cui-ry :i\miv ilinliri-,  from tlie following du>.ci'1lj<,(l linicls. cciniiiu'iic-  Init ul il post iiliont llinic rlmini ensl of Uui  Golden mini, lielween  tlio :Mili iiml Hlili mile  fortune and that you had studied posts l-uniiinif easi io eliiiins. tiien��� -.outii wi  eliains, tlioncc, ivest Ml clniiiis.  ilieiice ihh-IIi MJ  ciniins, tlit'iii'c east-III eliiiins to plnee ol eoni-  .MINUHAI..   ACT.  (i-cjiim r.)  .;i:itni-ic;A'i'i; m- im'i'koviimkxts!  NOTICE.  the question quite a bit and   had  become enariiored   with   it and  thought of coming out here' and  trying your luck.     I don't savey  much   dictionary,   and  that  air  . enamoring business   may   be a  new  name for   an   old ailment  since  the   microbes   came   into  fashion.  ' I would advise you   to  try and throw it olf,  "if quinine  and whiskey in conjunction,'' ''or  straight," don't stop it, try bleeding,   bleed    somebody    else' if,  necessary;   there  is a "charm in  .that kind  of surgery.,    I have  known    lots    of    stout "hearty  fellows  afUicfed  as you say you  are,   lo   convalesce   being   bled  once,   and  some by bleeding the  .other fellow, it sets up a sort of  sy in pathetic action and they   become ' guileless- as .in- infancy.  Vou ask what a1 mincr's���'licenso  0 cost; well, you pay the Government live dollars for-it,'and if  S^ you arc a pushing', hustling sort  of a guy, the square,root.of  the  number' of   critters   old   Noah  shipped in the Ark, added to the  five  would about represent, the'  number   of   dollars  the license  would cost..   It is a sort of clearance and a clean  bill  of health,  that gives a fellow a vast volume  of  scoperasity  to  exercise   and  train his talent in. * No Lucky, 'I  would not recommend your  takr  ing out a miner's license, better,  far   bejjtei"   take    out   a   saloon  license   near   some   prohibition  stronghold,  and  make glad the  heart of your fellow mortals.  You are anxious to know what  is .the best mineral to prospect  for. Well, generally, speaking  gold is the Rtuff,r,'but it is not  necessary to confine your ambition to that entirely. You  might.stake any kind of an old  prospect having the,, right kind  of a contact, and strike your pay  streak way down east, and as a  rule iu that case work it for all  it is worth,-and don't be scared,  until you strike a house and then  see that it is on the other follow.  The lead business is all right in  its way, but don't get stuck on it  all together, some enterprising  prospectors,. 1 have known to  get full of the article when  working a gold lay and bo everlastingly lagged iu.  You say that you are not content to be simply a hewer of  wood and a drawer of water, and  aspire to a wider sphere, well  that spirit ought to be encouraged, it is a noble trait for  one of your tender and succulent  nature to rather aspire to be a  clipper of coupons and to draw  checks of six tiguros. I see my  dear Lucky you have most of the  ingredients in your make;up that  go to make a success in this life,  aud all you need is the proper  lluxing. ' Alas for, me, I am  grizzled and grey in a lifetime  spent., chasing'that "ignus fat  you us", otherwise known as a  'rich strike,'and what witli -harld.-'  ships and privitations I find one  leg nearer the grave than it  really--ought'to be. I will close  with this  admonishiori.     '-Stay  meiiceineiit.      Cuntiiiniii^ HID nerus   more  or  less.  Dined tills liih day or June, 1001.  HI W. A. CHISllOl.iM.  ' NOTICE.,  Sixty days ufior dato I intend to apply to  the Chief Commissioner ol Lands and Works  for permission to cut and curry uwii.v timber  from tlie following doserilied land ,lw Soiilh-  I'last Kootenay. Uommciieini,' al a post nljoui  three ehains east ol'llie Golden road, and between the :U and :!.'> milo post, tiienee east \6  chains, thence north SI) chains, Ihenee; west SU  chains, llienco .south SO chains Hienei _e,ist iu  chains to place ol coir.mencciiiciil. conuiiniiur  IHO iieres more or less,  - A. n. C HACK.  Ill Dated this 7th day ul June hull.  SELKIRK,   GEM   AND    GREAT   BEAR  MINERAL CLAIMS.  Slimiie In the I'-ort Steele Mlulni' Division  ol Souih Kast ICooteiiay District.  Whyi'c located: On Huckleberry Mountain  soulli or llie North Star tfroiip.'  Tn Iiu notice 0lhal I. Charlt"-: IOstinoi'i,'. I'Yi't:  .Miner's 1'ci'tillealii Nn. "li MKHM", Ai.'ont for  Arthur S, tloocleve, h'reii Miner's fjerllllriuo  No. "II .YWhir. intend .sixty days from, tlio dull)  liereol. in apply lo the .Minion Recorder for ii  r.'ei'tlfk'iiti'of Improvements, for the purpose of,  obtain I in;.'i Crown linuitof the above claims.  And further lake notice that action, under  section :ir, must bo commenced before the issuance ol such (ieriilleato of Improvements.  Dated ihis IDih day'of Juno. A.D.. 1001.  ���Ill- OIIARLKS   KSTMKitK.  illai  !3TTnnnTrTmTTnnTTnTTnnTTnnTrnnnnTTnnTTnTTiTnmmTTTTTTnTTTTTTnTTnn��fTTTffnTne>  | CAPITAL WANTED.    I  I     To Develop ��  I     The Rich Mineral  I     Resources Of  I     South East Kootenay.  RAILWAY  CHOICE OP ROUTES  All Rail, Lakes, Sob Line.  Through Sleeping Car  Ivoote-  nay Landing to Toronto.  "  One Change to Buffalo.  <   Imperial    Limited  Partially Developed,  And Undeveloped Copper  And Silver-Lead Properties  Are Offered For Sale On  Liberal Working Bonds.  e    FOR   REPORTS.    AND   INFORMATION; WRITE TO'    ]  I CHARLES  ESTMERE.  I Kimberley,   B.C. '        ��  miUliUiiUUUUUUUiiUaiiUUUikiUiUUiiiiUUUUUUlkiiUUUUliikUliUikUiiUiiliiiiiii  :S9S9S9S9S9S9S9S9S9S9S9S��S9S9 S9SSeseSS9S9<��9S9iSS��SS9:!  The PROSPECTORS5 EXCHANGE  f) NO.   4  K.-W..-C.   BLOCK,   NELSON,   B.C.  JIINF.HAL ACT, IKK!.  (l-ou.M K.)  cnaiTincATi; or j.mphovkmkn'J's.  NOTICE.  1 NOTICE.  Take notice sivly days alter date I intend  to apply to the (.'hiel Commissioner ol Lands  nnil Works for permission to cul and eauy  uwiiy timber from the tollnwlnj; dOMTihed land  in South-Mast Koolenay. Comnienceiiif,' at a  post planted about thice' chains easi ol the  Golden road belween the ;s and HI mile post,  theuce east'-IO chains, thence north sUchains,  thence westW)eliains. thence smith W) chains,  thence east 10 chains to place ol comii'iencciiiett  contain I ii;,' lilt' acres more or !c.-,s. ��� �� ��� ,  JA MI-IS GKKKl��  HI   ��        Dated'tld.s (ith dav ot June liiill.  NOTICE.  , - i  Sixty days al'tor dato I intend to apply to  the Chief Commissioner of Land.s and ivories  for permission to cul nnd carry away timber  from the following described land- In Soutli-  Ka.st Kootenay. - roinnioiit-ciiiif at a post about  three chains ea.st of the" Oolden 'road between  the nil mid III mile post. Ihenee east ID ch.rii'-.  llienee south bil chains, thence wesl SO chains,  thenee nortli 80 chains, thence east 10 chains to  place of commencement eoutainiiiK HID aeies  uio'ro or less. ,  J. A. UAUVKY  '    1(1 dated tins, 7Ui dav ol June liiui.  Notice to Delinquent Co-owners.  Si Ivor   (Jncuii   and ITci'cules   Mineral  , (Jluiniri.  SIliialc in the Fort Steele Mining Division  Of Kasl. ICooteiiay District.  '    When; located:���On llie west side of Lower  Moyie Lake.        ' ,  TAKK .NOTIGK thai 1. Kdmuiul'A. Klion,  I'-ree Minci'-s Certificate No. '�����. 10023" actiiiB  for inysf 11 and as nxunl lor 10. Frith Cummiii.s  li-ree Miner's Corlillenie So. ���'��. 1()(��2". Intend,  sixty davs Irom the date hercor, lo apply to tlio  Mining I'ecorder'loi' a Cortillcate of Improvc-  menis. ior the purpose ol obtaining a Crown  (.Irani of Hie above claims.  Aud lurllier take notice that action, under  section :!7. must be commenced hetoro the Issuance ol such Certilieate ol Improvements.  '_ I'lated this hlloenlh day or July. A. 13.. HUH.  ���j!)- , 10. A. 10LTON.  MINMOWAL ACT.  (I'VlHSI   !���'.-)=  *     CIIII'I'II-KJA'I'II  UK   I.MI'HOVi:.MK.N"I'S.  (> ' - -���    ��  '  ,   ''       ,.,   ,..   ',    .        -.   ' ,,.,,,������������,���  C Gold,  Silver-Lead  mid (Jopper .Mines wanted ut tin;   KXCIf ANOK,.'  Loaves I't. Steele .Mine ion HAST 10.23  i) m-.iV,-,   .,rr r rvo   t-<r\r r[ .���  ��� .   ���.     .��� r     i,  .     r<     ���,   c,.    , ,   ���    ,���,���������,-.,�����; l(1]tli.L   MlLLINf.   GOLD   properties  waned  at onee for Hu.it cm  Leaves Hi. Steele       '���       WKSi'l.iJ!) a investors. '  C. H. MANSPJEL��f'ABt. Fort Steele.   $       ' 'l!ft|,tl?sfI,I,>v,f,fcV,n'"Il,%JJmw',^fV? sille, 'V.';.''��!nested   to  send  '    " ���  f) riamples of their ore to tlie EXG'WANGK for exhibition. a  J. S. CARTER,  Dis. Pass. Agt.  Nelson.  E. J. C0YLE,  A. G. P. A.  Vancouver  NOTICE.  Great  0; i  Star  Dii'no.   White  ,'   "   .Mineral  Claims.  and   Fislier  To Henry Hose and Walter Sully or to any  person or persons to wlicm he' or they may  have transferred liix or their interests m ihe  Ashland mineral elaim. sluiiitc on the west  fork of the St. Mary's river, in the Fori Steele  mining division of East ICooteiiay and recorded  in the Recorder's olllce at Fori Steele.  You and each of you are hereby notitled  that I have expended since November. IS0I.  and to dato (six hundred and si'Miiitcen dollars)  in labor and improvements upon the above  mentioned mineral claim m order to hold said  mineral claim under the provisions ol the  Mineral Act. And if within ninety days irom  the dato of this notice; you fail, or reluse to  contribute your portion ol such expenditures  toKOllier wilh all costs ol ���.ulvoi'lisimr. your interests in said claim will become ihe property  of the subscriber under section I ot an Act entitled "An Act, lo Amend tlie Milium! Act.  I��00."  .1. II. WKKillT.  Dated at Port Sieele Ibis ISlli day ol July.  ISHJ1. 2��- KI  Situate in lhe Fori Steqlc'Minins" Division of  lOasi ICooienay District. o, . '  Where localed:���On Morris Creek, :t tributary pi the Si Mary's Kivor.  Take milieu ihat 1 John MoLatehio, of Nelson  aclintr as aircnt for Herbert L. Sawyer, oF.M.C.  IS. ,-)0..-.ll. James 1'. Sawyer. F.M.C. 13. .">0.;I70,  Charles A.'Sawyer. FJI.'C. li.IiO.iMK. Adolphe  L.ipointe. I'\ M. C. U..-i0.2U.-i. Ceor^ina Liipointe  F. M. C. 15 M.Vm and Fred CoKle Free Miner's  I'ei'lilicate NTo. Ii.riO.I.-ii), intend sixty days from  the date'heieot, to apply to the Minim.' Kecord-  er lor Ccrlillcates or Improvements, for lhe  purpose ol .obtaining Crown Cl rants of the  above ciniins.  And furilicr take notice thai action, under  .section .17. must be commenced before the issuance ol such Certilieate of Improvements.  Dated this ISUi day ot June, A. II., IflOl.  ���20-     '���'       JOHNT McLATCHIK, P. L. S.  proniisin<j  mineral  make   the   EX-  Your attention is called , to the  "Pioneer Limited'' trains of the "Milwaukee & St Paul Kailway." "The only  perfect trains in the world."  You will find it desirable to ride on  those trains when going to any point, iu  the'Eastern States or Canada. Tliey  connect with all Transcontinental  Trains> and, all Ticket Agents sell  tickets. "  ,'   For further information, pamphlets,  etc, ask any Ticket Agent or   "  <  R.' L. FORD.        '  C. .7,'EDHV  Pass. Afjent,,.        General Agoulf.  SPOKANE. TOKTLAND.  i.'im i  We desire to hear from  prospectors  who have  claims in British Columbia. '  Prospectors   and  mining .men  are requested  to  CHANGE their headquarters when in Nelson.    ,  All samples should be sent by express, PRHPATD.  Correspondence solicited.    Address all eommunicatioiin to  ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER,  Telephone'So.  104.     I��. O. Itox 700. NIXSO.V, 11. C.  ^6969e9S96SSSS969SS696S69S969 696969e9S969e969S9iS9e9^  KIMPTON   &   PITTS  (  WINDERMERE \& DONALD  N  MINERAL ACT.  (t-OliM r.)  ui:nTirio.\Ti: or ippmimiove.mknts.  NOTICE.  Notice to Delinquent Co-ownors.  'J'o Geoi  ^e l^i-sk, L'olici'i   Ucid.  Itaiu and IVlcr l^iitrn'r.  Aimer  (Ir to any person or persons to whom he or  lhoy may have traiislrrrod his or ihuir interests In tin; "ICIiik Scjloinon" iniiic'i'iil claim,  situate at Lewis creek _on 'l-racy Mount.iIn in  the. Fori Steele liiinlnj.' division ol 'Must ICooteiiay and recorded iu the Keeui'dcr's olllce nt  Fort Steele, 11. C.  You and ouch of you are hereby uotilled that  I have expended since August I Ith. I Nisi, two  liundred dollars in labor and inipiovemcuts  upon the above mentioned mineral claim under  the provisions of tlie Mineral Act. And if within ninety days Irom the date of this notice you  fail, or refuse to conn Unite your portion ol  such expondituie lOKciher with all cosis of advertising, your interest m said claim i\ill become the property ol the; suliM'i'ibor under  Section 4 of an Act entitled "An Act to Amend  the Mineral Act, 1900".  CIIAHLIOS HIKLlNRUKCi.  Dated at Fort Steele this Int.li dav of August.  1901. :1--l"'  Notice to Delinquent Co owners.  To Wait Wade, or to any person or poisons  to whom he m.iy have iransiei i eii his interest  in theWUoy ', "Antelope",,. "Standard' .and .  "O K" mineral claims.\(or any of them',) situate on Perry creek in the Fort ..Steele Mining  Division of East Koolenay and 'recorded in tho  Mining Recorders' olllce at Fort Steele. II. C.  You arc hereby noli lied that. T hava expended since October 19th, 1899.. four hundred  dollars in labor, find Improvements'upon il��i  above mentioned mineral' claims under the provisions of the. Mineral-"Act. And, if within  ninety days from lhe date of this notice, you  fail, or refuse to contribute .your'jioriioii of  such expenditure together v\'iih all costs of advertising, your interest in said claims will become my property under Section "I" or an Act  entitled "An Act.to Amend the Mineral Act.  1900-. ',!  Dated ut Ffirt Stei!le. Aujrust'i.'.-'tli. 1901.  :35- GUST   Till'!IS.  Kins;-  .Solomon,   Queen  of Sheba. Big  Bond   Hoy   and   Honeycomb  Mineral Claims.  .  Situate in the Fori Steele Mining; Division of  Knst Kooli.miv District.  Where loc.ted:���Near the forks or Wild  Horse creek.  Take'liotico thai I. Thomas T. McVittie, F.  iM. C. Xo. II llllSil. hcent lor C. M. I'arker. Free  Miner's C'erlilicnio No. HSrift Intend, sixty  days Irom the date he.'col. to apply to the Jlln-  iiim: Kecorder for a. Certilleate of Improvements  for the pin pose ol obtainini; a Crown Grant of  the above claims. (  And liirtlici lake notice thai action, under  section ',17, niu-U be conuuciiced before the  issuance ol such Certilleate ol Improvements.  Dated tills ail li day of July. A. I). 1901.  :��)- THOMAS T. MeVlTTIK.  'CftNN & GO.  General     Merchants  Four St is ic le, B. C.  Fruit  conpisctionery  r  Stationery  Cigars.  Post Officio   .Store.  The Most Complete Health Resort on  the Continent of'North America.  Situated niidstScenery unrivalled lor Grandeur  Halcyon    Hot   Springs  HoatiiiK llshuiKConitoniiim Resilient Pliy-  .telixcursioiis Ottlllldl IUIII siciaii.tNur.se  Halcyon Springs, Arrow Lake, B. C.  In telegraphic communicution '  with all parts of the world.  Two mails arrive anil depart every day."  Terras, .-SIS  to $18 per week, according  tb residence in Hotel or Villus.  Its Baths Cure all Nervous and Muscular  Diseases. Its Waters Ileal all Kidney, Liver  and Stomach Ailments.  at-its  Mining suppiifts a Specialty  Miners going northward via Canoe River Route will find it a large-  saving and convenience to procure their supplies at Donald.  ..^   ��� i ,'  i        n '  SOLE AGENTS for".   '  i ^ i  .Canton Steel Company  Windermere, Golden and Donald  . Mining Divisions.  o  Agents, at Windermere for fhe California Giant Powder Co.  East Kootenay  Bottling Co.  7k  GEARY'& DOYLE.  Livenj, Feed & Sale Stable.  '. ������   ,Fort Steele 13.C  1 Icynltii-' Daily  Sla^e  meets  all  trains at I'Virt Steele Junction.  .'  SADDLE & 1'ACK HOllSKS  '."'���.    ���' J   ��� '  I i:.V.UlN<i  Ol" ALL KINBS.A SPECIALTY  Aerated waters  Of all kinds.  Syrups, Champagnes, Ciders,  Ginger Ales, Etc.   '  Soda water  in  siphons.     The  most  economical way to handle it.  ANDREW   NEIDIG  CONTRACTOR    and    BUILDER  IIOU.SK AND SKINT PAINTING  CALC1MINING mill PAl'KK HANG I Nil  FORT STEELE, B.  C.  23P   All   work promptly done.  OTmmmmmmmmmmframmmmmmmmmmmniK  I N.HANSON,!  General iVlercHarit  Liquor Dealer.  AND  S��     Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber,      A large assort-    r3  gj~E ment of seasoned Lumber and Shingles always 3  S^ on hand. ^3  g DIMENSION     LUMBER     A     SPECIALTY.        ��� :3  1      WflSfl,--BG.      I  luiumuiaiuiuuuiujiiiiiiiiwiaaiiiiiiiuiuiiiutiuiiuiiiiiii  The  Waldorf  J. TAKNHAUfcJUU  Watchmaker  ..'.:'��� aini.)'  .lUWKIJKK.  lOiicrravinir...  Riverside Avenue,  Port Steele, B. C.  FERNIE, B. C.     OLD TOWN  SPLENDID ACCOMMODATIONS  Sample Rooms for Commercial Men  No Traveller Should Pass the:Door.  The trail runs within fen feet of the house. Good  Barn and plenty of hay and grain. If you -patronize the  Waldorf vou will never regret it.  Hi   A.   RANOUSB,    -      -    Proprietor.  K�� THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. C, SEPTEMBER 7, 1901.  North Ster Lodge  NO. 30.  A. F. AND A. M.      G. R. B. C.  FORT STKKLK. IJ. C.  Regular meetings���1st Tuesday in t'ttcli  mouth at eirflit o'clock. Vlsitlni; llretliern are  cordially invited.  A. C. SF.i.tos, Secretary.  Rocky Mountain Chapter  .      NO.'-125. R. A. M.  FORT STEELE. II. C.  Regular meetings���2nd Tuesday in  each month at eight o'clock.  Visiting-    Brethern   are   cordially  invited.  ,K. L. T. Galiikaith Scribe E.  ��Jj�� $?V0&pztf0V.  SATUKDAV, SEPTEMBIiJ: 7, 1901.  ���ffnmmmmimmmmmfmmYTTmm*  % LOCAL NEWS. I  ���'flililiiHiliiiUiiiikUkaiiLHiiiilli.UliUU.Uv  ' Harry Slather returned from  tho Windermere country on  Saturday last.  ,  Professional.  Geo. S McCarter. J. A, Harvov  ,HARVEY & McGARTER  Barristers,  Solicitors, -  Notarial Public,  Coureyiucers etr.  FORT  STEE.LR, B. U.   '    '  REVELSTOKE STATION and (JOLDiXN  COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY     MADE.  Bush tires were burning all  along the Crow's Nest line last  weolc.  Monday  last,   was  labor day,  and a legal holiday.  . Three families of Flathead  Indians believed to be alllicted  with' small-pox are camped at  the mouth of the ' Yahk, just  across the line iu Montana. ���  EAST   KOOTENAY'S  First Annual Mineral Agricultural  and industrial Exhibition  Cranbrook, B.C., Sept. 25 to 27  1901  ft^ftftftft^ftftftftftftiftftftftftftftftftftftftft  ft  KOOteiiaV        Boundary Line  ���.._ _ * Tobacco Plains,  Hotel ft * b.c.  ft  ft  Grouse and pheasants arc  plentiful in the foothills near  Steele. A    ,  OT. R. ROSS  Barrister'  Solicitor  NOTARY' PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER. .  Fort Steele,   B.   C  Fishing  in   tliis  vicinity   has-  J)een exceptionally fine this year  T.  T.   McVittie,  P. L: S..   is  surveying a   mineral ' claim   on  Morris     creek    near    the  Dane mine.  Wig  Three Days of Instruction  interest and Enjoyment  Mineral Exhibit, Bucking Contests, Agricultural  Exhibit,  Horse Races. -  Tho best program even seen in llie country. See posters  and circulars for furl her particulars.. Specially low return railway rales from nil points.  A- W. IVTVITTIE, Secretary.  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  JULES HUREL, Proprietor.  <#  ft  CJOOO     ACCOMMODATION    KOK    TliAVKU,INCi     ,M KN  A First Class Home  Good Stable    Rigs of all kinds.    Saddle and Pack Horses  T��T  *��i  ��f��  ft  �������  *��i  '���.��  *!*  '*�����  ft  ft  ft  ft^ft^^ftft^^^ftfttftftftm^ftftftftftft^ftft  The  Canadian Bank ol Gommeroe  J. Heenan went to Tracy creek  on Tuesday l io work hi the'  Estella mine.  Local, sportsmen brought in  several; large bags of game on  on ihe 1st.  E. J. PELTIER.  I Wholesale  T,   EDE  LANDS and MINE'S   ,  '   NOTARY  PUBLIC  COLLECTIONS given PROMPT ATTENTION  Fort Steele,     - B. C.  . -       i   FORT STEELE DEVP.rioP.MEST SYNOIOATR LTD  o  138 Leadenhall Street,, London. England.  -   ' ci  N. A. WALLINGER,        FORT STEELE.  POST OFFICIO IIOX 8.  Xo Homo should Ih- without it.-P.tin-  Killoi-. thi- be.-:, all-around 'niec.ii eii so  ever made. Used a> a liniineni inr  Iji-uis-erf and swellings. Internally lor  crumps miuI diai-rhuea. Avoid substi-  tute��. there is- but uue l'aiu-Killer.  Perry Davis".   2.3c. and one.  Dr. G-reen and if. A. Beale of  Moyie were visiting at Steele on  Monday last.' ���  Douglas Corsein  L*   , iOM~MJ).\  i '   '  Q        i  *  ' OFFICE���Kivcrsldc Avenue.     ,  f  Next Door to JihasdelVs Drug Store.  t 1 -"^ ' i  THOMAS    McVIT TIJB ,  P.L.S.  <�� CE,  ," .Port Steele B.C.  J.' T. Laidlaw and J. 'A.  Harvey visited Cranbrook on  Tuesday.        '    . ���   ,  Liquor  Dealer  Cranbrook,  B. C.  ,   When in the market for Liquors,  j      Wines, Cigars and Schifte Beer  Dont  go  out of  Kootenay  for  you can do betlqi  at homo  by  consu  [ting-  lhe b  ig wholest  iler  al Ok  YN BROOK. ,  ' e. ;j.  PELTIER.  HEAD OFFICE--TORONTO.  1'tiiiT up CupiUtl tK.OOO.OOO; Uoservu Kiiiul $2,000,000;  Ajroreirjiio JJoMiurcos Over *(l,"i,000,00''>.  London Ofricc; (10 l.oiiihnni Street, IC. <:.  0Sc\\  \'oik office; III ICxclunino I'lnce.  ft  And 08 Iji-aiifihea in Cuiiudii, the. United .Suites und MriLihh Coliiinhiii.      *K  ~ -   ��6  0   Cranbrook Branch,  HUBERT HAINES, Manager.  Dad Sprague and W. II. ?��rac-  farlane of Tracy creek, were in  town on Tuesday.  During the past. week there  has been consumated another  transfer of mining property that  moans much for the advance',  menf and prosperity of ihe Fort  Steele district. '  GMSSICK   &   OEMPSEY.  CONTRACTORS  AND  BUIDDBRS:  Fort   Steele   B.C  Shaving"^ Hair Dressing Parloi  Next to Oricmul Hotel  FORT   STEELE, B. C.  All kinds of hair work  - a specialty.  FdiV Steele Flour and Feed  Store can supply vbran, shorts,  oats and all kinds of (lour, and  meal, hay baled or loose.,       *  S. W. Gebo,, Frank, Alberta,  was at the Imperial on Monday.  G. F. Snilzer, Fernie and G.  IT. Robertson ' of Cranbrook,  were registered at the Imperial  on Sunday.  R. L. T. Galbraith and J. A.  Harvey went to Cranbrook on  Thursday.  A gang of bridge carpenlers  are now at work on the Wild  Horse creek bridge.  The mountains in the  vicinity  of Steele are covered with snow.  CAMPBELL  ' Undertaker  and  Embalmer  '   ' \  Graduate   of   Champion '  College - of   the"  United  States.    "  ���Upholstering- and  General  Furniture Repairing.  ', All Work'Guaranteed.  Telegraph or  Mail  Orders  Promptly Attended to.  ,   P."eO. Box 127.  Cranbrook, - B. C.  C.   M.   Keep   returned    from  Windermere on Thursdav.  A.J  GREZ,  Proprietor  L.  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,   Stove  Pipes amd  Copper ware  BUILDINGS HEATED ami VENTILATED  Plumbing, Pipe, titting. and   all  kinds of sanitary work  Air Tight���Hot Blast Stoves  Hydraulic   and   Air   Pipes   for  Mines  SPECIAL, ATTENTION  PAID   TO  JOB WORK.  R. B. Prust and W. R.  Wilson of, Nelson were at the  Imperial on Thursday.  Win/ Myers came down from  the Watson mine on Thursday.  J.   McBride   was  in   town   on  Tuesday.  St. John's Church of England.  Services will be held in the  Church of St. John the Divine  every Suuday 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 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  ^QIJ.XRANTI.VK   SKRVK!K.   .,.~-a.-=u  The Dominion Government is  now, liiniii-  'Uilniiifi :i ijuiii'iiiitliic soi-vici1 Lo prevent  tlie In-  irodiiciloii   ol   small-pox from   south  oi   the  Uoumlnry nl Tolpntccii I'laius.    ,, ,,  i * Tim cj.iisu'iintine Hiiiirds, ttliore are M.  PHILLIPPS and K. A. 10LTO.V: ami nil  persons tlosirlnfj to cross into Canadian territory must report,lo tlicm. ttiviiij,'.satisfactory  evidence*!)!- recent success!ul vaccination, or  otherwise, must submit to be vaccinated on  crossing.   , ' .  A  heavy  line   may  be  imposed   on    any  persons neftlfcunjf or defying auaraiitine regulations. ,   -       ,  IIUUH WATT, AI. D.  SI-                Dominion Quarantine ODlcer.  LIMITED.  ITkad Office  40 Queen Victoria St.,  London, "England.  British Columbia "Office  'Kort Steele, n. c.  C.".V1. Edwards,'  Gen'l Manaoku.  Rocky Mountain Chapter R.  A. M. will hold its regular convocation on Tuesday evening  next.  Carlin it Durick sent a. large  amount of supplies to the Bull  river iron mines on Wednesday.  The cost of transportation is a  large consideration in mining  operations.  Read The Prospector and  get the mining news of the district.  Notice to Delinquent Co-owners.-  To Stephen Young, or to any person or  persons to whom he or they may have, transferred his interest in the "Prospectoi "s Dream"  mineral claim, situate at Woaver creel;, in the  Fort Steele miniiiK division of Kast ICooteiiay  and lccordcd in the Kecorder's oKlce at Kort  Steele. ' _        '  You aud each of you are hereby notilied  that; have expended since August 19th. 188",  four liundred dollars in labor and improvements upon the above mentioned mineral claim  under the provisions of the Mineral 'Act. And  il within- ninety days from the, date of- this  notice you fail, or refuse to contribute your  portion of .such expenditure together with all  costs of advertisintr. your interest in said claim  will become the prope'ily of the subscriber  under Section I of nn Act entitled ''An Act to  Amend the Mineral Act, l!W.  Said portion of expenditure to be paid to  subscriber at Fort Steele,  o  ,1. S. PAUKKlt  Dated al Fort Steele this lilih day of  Aufjusl, 1(101. ' SI-   '  MI.VKUAL ACT.  I SUB.   ,  ([������OHM K.)  OKIITIKKIATK OK IMI'IIDVIIMRNTS.  _r, 30,000 Acres Farm Lands  In the,far famed Kootknay Vai.uoy for Sale on easy "terms'  bf.paymeiit. .Prices Sl'.aO Per acre' and upwards.. ,ln close  proximity to the Crow's Nest Railway.' *  =>��Lots^ in' the town of Elko are now/on (he market, prices $50',  and upwards according to-situation."   -       ���'",,'-  ., Elko boasts'of the, biggest .water power in South East  Kootenay. and .will be 'the junction of the Crow's'Nest .Southern  Railway.  , ���  ' -        ��"    .        \  a    Correspondence Solicited.  T. C. Armstrong will supply  the stoves for the winter camp  at the iron mines.  With a railway north and  south through the Kootenay  valley Port Steele will be fairly  in it.  Government Agent Armstrong  went lo Fernie on Friday on  official business.  0ne of the cli ief aiid most 11ti ���  portant developments 'needed ; in  the district Js the iiortli ,and  south railway. ���  | 'Herbert Clark is now a clerk'  in the government' office at  Steele  Dick Fraser has beeii appointed a special constable- He is  stationed at Fernie.  Harry Mather returned from  the Windermere country on Saturday last.  Wanted at Fort Steele a man  to collect and receive samples of  ore for the Cranbrook Mineral  Exhibition. Apply at ��� The  Prospector office.  Reports from the placer mines  of the Port Steele district indicate that the output will be increased by over one liundred per  cent over last years production.  Montana parties have secured  the big iron mines at Bull   river.  NOTICE.  "MIDAS"    MINLRAL   CLAIMS.  Situate in Uu- Fort Steele .Mlnlnir Division  ol Kast ICooK'iiuy District,  Where located: On Moulder Creel:, a tributary of Wild Morse Creek.  Take notice Unit I, William It. Unss. Free  Miner, Aj/ent for P. C. Andrews Free Miner,  It. .1. Mclvcnzie Free Miner and II. II. lirowue  Free Miner. Intend sixty days from the dale  hereof, to apply to the Miniiif,' Recorder for a  Cci'tillcile of Improvements, for the purpose  of obuiliiiiiK il Ciown (Irani of the above  claim.  And further take notice that action under  section :I7. must bo commenced before the issuance of such Certilleate orimpj^ivcments.  Dated this ."ith da v or AugtislNnOI.  :��- ' \v. it itoss.  gm??!mmmmmmmmmmiitmmwm?mm?mmnwmii��  i    Fort Steele Cigar Store    i  ^ "      , Fort   Steele,  B.   C. ~2  ��|    '       WHOLESALED RETAIL DEALERS =5  JpE: In Cigars. Cigarettes, Pipes Aiul Tobacco. ~s  E~ Finest Variety of Pipes and Smokers Out tit - ^2  SEE ,    , In the District,, Including Meerschaum, D. 13. B.    ^  ^ Alpha, and Other Brands.- '~3  ^ Imported and Domestic Cigars at Lowest Prices. '    '     ^  ^ ' Billiard and Pooi Parlor and Reading ^  S^: Room in Connection. ^S  SZZ C. P. R? Ticket and Telegraph Office, and Canada,        3  2~ ' Western Telephone Office in Store.    - ^2  1     Mansfield & Cotterell,      |  ^ Proprietors. '       ' ^  ^auiiiUiiutiiiiiuuiuuiiiii(iiaiiuuiUiiiiaiiuiuuiiuiiiiiiiK  Monte 6arlo Restaurant.  A'LL-YliAR -.SERVICIO. ���  Portland, Sept. 0.���Beginning  with today, the Hamburg-American line will give a,n all-year  service from this port to Europe  Deer Lodge, Mont., Sept. 6.���  James McArthur was hanged  here today, for tlie murder of  Oliver Dotson.  .1  Trio Whole Story  ||  i:i ^ ly.ter:  " "Pain-KiUer  (I'EIIIIY   11AVIS'.)  From dipt V. I.oyf, Police Sliitton Sn'.  ti, .Montmil:��� SVc: Vioijueiilly' Hh-e l'Kitltr  IIavih' I'Ais'-Kn.i.KK for jtitinn intlic. ntoui-  lll-ll, l'licit.inittin'lll, atiil'ilfnti, .frost bitvn, I'liit-  bluina, cnvm)i��, 'mid llll ulllictioiiH which  lielnll iiicii in our pnnilion. I linvu no licni-  tntiiiii in tmyiiiK Unit ,1'aiX-Kii.i.ijh in the  beat ri'MHHly to have lienr at linml." .  Used  Jiiloriiiilly unci Kxternally.  i,  'J'ivo Sizes, ailc. and fide, bottles.  THE MOST  UP-TO-DATE  PLACE IN FORT STEELE.  Everything Cooked  "AS   YOU   LIK12   IT."  WM. ROBINSON,  Proprietor  ADVERTISE.  IN    "  THE PROSPECTOR.  *'���  Hi  The Steele House  Fort Steele,, B. G.  Centrally Situated on Riverside Avenue.  Conducted on- Up-To-Drtte Metliods. .  The Best Bar In Town..  7 PROPRIETOR^  Si  % ���  3:  'SB-  4k  ��  *-  i?  **i��***^*^^tf#**��*****^*********&


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