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FORT STEELE,  ii. C. SATURDAY, MAY 98, 1898.
No '29.
Naw Advertisements To-day.
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I*   A   I'.ll'Hl
ll'l|H»ilU»ll  CllllVl'llli'ill
Noli.-i*   B. A, Elton.
Niitli'ii   Win. A. M'-l- Mo
QUEEN'S   BIHTHDAY    CONCERT
Entertainment in Aid of Sl. Anthony
R. C Church Funds.
Por some time past preparations have been under wny for
the concert held in the Opera
House hereon May24th, Queen's
Birthday. The object wns to aid
the building fund of the St. Anthony H. C. Church, and Father
Walsh must have been gratified
to see the efforts of himself and
those associated with him so
heartily supported. Tliere was
a large attendance at the concert \i. L, T. Galbraith occupied the chair and in u brief ad-
Irass referred in felicitous terms
tn the good work of Father
Walsh in the community, and expressed satisfaction at the success he had achieved. The foi-
the    programme
(now so large nnd efficient) (|i' so
tpilblo il pianist as Mrs, Rookos,
lln* contributions as an iiccom-
lanisl at this concert were thoroughly appreciated. Little Miss
Duxie Mai'iiiillan, iu llio song "1
Don'l Waul in Play in Your
Yard," was most happily suited,
Tlie petulance of a child's ipiar- Us sol I
roi with her little friend cm nounciu
OPPOSITION   ELECTORS.
Decide to Hold u Convention on
Thursday, Juno 2nd A Political Declaration of Faith,
A meeting of Opposition electors, called by W. It. Ross, was
held ill llie Opera llnnse nn Moil-
day oveniug lust,   The object,
iiii in lhe poster an-
the  meeting  was  to
The Opposition Pledge.
;• Every Elector voting at the Opposition
Convention noxt Thursday evening will, prior to
casting liis ballot, be required to sign llio follow ■
ing declaration:
eleven warships, one behind lhe
oilier, passed there al sunset
heading in n westerly direction.
A later report from Halifax
says: A (leet of French and
Spanish warships lire reported
loll' Halifax.    The city nnd htir-
naturally into the spirit of Miss | select a candidate in opposition
Duxiu's vivacious nature. Tho
audience was greatly amused,
and Duxie was favored with a
loud recall, to which (being in ill
humor regarding the matter of
the cellar door) she declined to
respond. Ten boys from the Indian School ul. St. Mary's Mission, dressed in Chinese costume,
lowing   was
presented:
Sulfi'l I'm-
Simii
Kllv'i'llili
Air; nniiii ni
Aoi
iip.i
i.li.li
.    .oreliost™
.Mrs. I,. Min'inilliiii
,' Mis. ItooltCS.
iiliil I'll'**
Ml*. 11. L. U,*ltsi*lirn
,. I„ MuDormot.
iiuiiii I
to the Turner Government, The
nieelin.tr was well attended by
voters of both political sides.
Jus. A. Harvey was elected
Chairman.
Mr, Ross explained that his
friends had tendered him a requisition to become a candidate, and
he was quite willing to accede to
ll'/*.'.   THE I .YIH'.I.SItPYEIi, duly   registered    /iY-I1'01"'   iU" '""'   by extra
I'i'liii's nf Ilic Electoral Uistii'ti   of  Eusl   l\mil-\   .. " ,,     .       .,
' ' San   I* rancisco,   May 11,    Sir
fiutij. Southern    Division,   HEREBY   /'/./■.'/''•'A'; Henry  Irving,  in answer to u
OURHELVEStoa.se   oar   votes   ami   infiaeiive.\massaS^ f""ni   •'"'   Bohemian
.  ,,      .,       ...   ,      , ,,/•,,       club,  expressed   the  sentimont
ill    ttriir ti    Ilic  I tint itltilf riiisrii  hi/ I ns tini-i,    ,  ,,  ' ...   .
' ' ■' tnul  the Stars and Stripes und
volition lt> oppose the Won, Col. linker, or any
othei' Cantlidate nominated in   the i uteres! of
ive a very comical perform-1 the request if the people gouer-
ance, Thoy hud evidently had ally desired him to come out. He
no end of training in the part, contradicted flatly tho assertion
and contributed a feature of de- that he was being brought oul
cided originality in a concert of to split the Fort Steele vote and
thisMnd.    The programme was | thus allow Col. Baker to' be re-
concluded with Mr. McDermot's
club-swinging performance, ll
was worth the whole price of admission lo see Mac. "doing liis
turn" in this extremely graceful calls from the audience, address-
exercise. Ii is questionable if ed the meeting, He objected to
there is ti more efficient club-1the proposal that the meeting,
iiina-
elected.
Afler some remarks by R. L,
T. Galbraith and others, Wm,
Ilaillie, in  response to repeated
.ii
,1 i.iimb
I. Liunli
Seloctlon tr
.Mi'sms. cum
SmiB   "Thi.Tlir'.'i- llv	
Ai'i'iinl'inilltni'iils liv Mrs. Hiiuiv. s.
I'liuiu ilni'l Mr. mnl Mrs. Itmik
cliiiii'sc song nml iliini'i*  .. ..
 Industrial Soliool Bo
At'l'iinuiiililliii'iUi' lly Mrs. Rooltes.
' " liernl In lhi' ' "
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.Mr. Liunli
Accompaniment* lij Mr. Mi'lli'i'imu.
Sonn   "I limit Wnnl lo Piny in Your
Yuril"        Miss luixii'Miii'iniliiiii
Accompaniments by Mrs. Muriiiillim.
Cluli swlniiliiii         M'*. McDormol
Oon sack nu; QUBBN.
Before the performance began
the Fori Steele Brass Band
played several selections in front
of the Opera House, to the great
delight of many who were listening to the music as it limited out
on the calm air of the evening,
and who noted with satisfaction
the steady improvement in execution that this young musical
organization is making, The
opening selection of the orchestra was well received, and Mrs.
Macmlllan, who followod with tlie
charming song of "Eugenia,"
was accorded a hearty recall, to
whicli she gracefully responded.
It was on (lie programme thai
Miss Kershaw, our most talented
elocutionist, should favor the
audience witli one of lier ininiita
ble recitations, hut a recent illness, from whicli she had nol
quite recovered, prevented her
appoariug, and al a later stage
in lhe programme her place was
supplied by Mr. .1. Robbins, a
visitor from Omaha, who recited
in an excellent manner the
speech of u colored preacher al
tho funeral of n child, and being
recalled he gave a comic rocitlt-
tion which quilo convulsed lhe
audience. Mr. Robbins is a mas
ter nl tlio elocutionary art, and
his contributions in the evening's
enlortainiuent were greatly appreciated, Mr. Bettschen sunt!*
(in character) the comic ditty of
"The Pumpkin Die My Mother
Osod to .Make." creating great
merriment. The musical selection of Messrs. Patmore, Chris-
toph and Lamb (guitar, mandolin
and banjo) wus mosl tastefully
rendered. Mr, 11. .1. Lamb's line
baritone voice found a happy
theme in llm song of "TheThree
Beggars," In ballad singing lhe
quality of paramount importance
is clearness of enunciation, and
this Mr, Lamb is gifted with lo
perfection, He bus also a voice
of good range and bell-like timbre. His character souk of "The
General of the Army" was extremely well done. Mr. and
Mrs. Rookes' piano duet opened
the second part of the programme, It was a march very
spiritedly executed, and music-
lovers here wore gratilied .to
learn in this way of tho addition
to Port Steele's musical .circle
which had been called in favor
of a particular aspirant, should
the nomination of
Such n niiiuinei
Queen." llie whole audience ris-1 would not be regarded as tho
ing to their feel and entering oandidate of the Opposition
into the spirit of the song with | parly. He would therefore move.
swinger,  professional  or
leur, to be found anywhere
The performance was conclud-1 proceed will
nl by singing "God Save thuja candidate.
ihe Union Jack  were now entwined,   cabled   the   following:
■ii^HiHaiBB^^B^^^aB^^^n.,   ...   | "Loved .L'n'el ine.    We shall coal
Ilic present li'iii'iiictttl iiiiri'i'itiiii'iil. antl /(tit'h-ly.   ,,   ...
fully   uiitl   loyally to exert ourselves lo do all]   Koy West, May 20,   The bat
llial   may  be  possible   In secure Ilic tlefeul nf
such Government Candidate.
pr. The names of the Electors signing this dec
laration will be duly printed in Tin*; Pkospectok
of next week and every succeeding week up till
the time of tin! election, This will show how
utterly hopeless llie Government cause is in this
Electoral Districl of Southern Eusl Kootenay.
great enthusiasm,
After the concert lhe hull was
cleared of seats and the people
old and young wenl in for a
dance, which wits given by the
Fort Sleele Brass Band. For
about three hours they tripped
tbe light fantastic most gaily.
THE   GUN   CLUB.
An   Interesting   Shoot  on  Queen's
Birthday.
The new pavilion and traps of
tlie Fort Steele Rod and (inn
Club were used for the first time
on  Queen's Birthday morning.
The matches were open to all
comers.      Messrs.   Grace   and
Alexander lied  in both shoots, |carried by a large majority.
Mr. Baillie then proposed that
the Chairman should nominate a
committee to organize a couven-
seconded by Dr. Watt, that
Whereas, in tho opinion of lhis meet-
ing of llio electors ul South Knsl
Kiioti'iiiiy. ilu* 'it'osi'iit Government
of the Province, through its unwise
uml Improper administration of tho
iilViiirs of the Province, hits forfeited
tho confidence of iiu* people;
And, whereas, it. is in tin* highest degree necessary and (lcsinthlc Unit the
opponents of the Government should
combine on ono candidate;.
Therefore bo It resolved,—That a coi-
vi'iilinn fairly representative of tho
whole body oi tin* electors of this ilis-
trii't ho organized lo nominate tt oandidate in opposition to tho Government, and further that tho electors
presenl at this meeting, Individually
ami as a whole, agree lo givo llioir
hearty ami undivided support to lho
nominee of said convention.
This resolution was discussed
at  length,  but   uo  amendment
was i nissed, and it was finally
declaration would be so numerously signed al. the convention
thut when the names nf those
signing il were published broadcast nver the dislrict il would
show ihal Col. Baker, or any
other candidate in the Governmenl interest, had not the ghost
ol' a show of being elected.
The iiieetiii.tr decided to leave
this matter in the hands of the
committee, ami at a meeting of
the committee llie same evening,
the above declaration was adopted for signature by all those
voting at the convention next
Thursday.
DEATH OF MRS. K. HIKTZ.
the aggregate  being  25  bird
with only one miss. This must
be regarded as high-class shoot-
ing, The new grounds are very
much approved by all taking
part in the sport
the scores:
FIUST SHOOT,
A sweepstake of  livi
unknown angles.
bin
SI'H'IINI) SHOOT,
Port Steele Club, i'n birds,
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tion iii accordance with lhe resolution. This was agreed to and
Following areI the Chairman named as the committee Messrs. Ross, Mather,
Galbraith, Nelson, Grace, Watt
land Baillie.
Dr, Walt said it would be impossible for him to give the
necessary time to the work of
the committee, and suggested
thai Mi*. Harvey talce his place.
This was agreed to by lhe meeting,
A   Highly   Esteemed   Lady   Bassos
Suddenly Awey.
Almost every citizen nf Porl
Steele knew Mrs. llirtz, wife of
Mr. Richard Sirtz, of lhe Port
Sleele Mercantile Company. A
fortnight ago she was busy witli
llie activities of  life;   less tllllll a
iiiid we hope and trust and arc
assured lhat the Lord will sustain them Iiy His grace£and
power.
'For ever with tin- Lord,   Amen, so
L-l ii Iio.
Life from thodoad is in thai wnnl.
"lis immortality.'
Her death, following so quickly
lho death of a well-known townsman, also highly respected,
ought lo deeply solemnise our
minds and hearts. Again and
yet again we are taught thai life
is uncertain, ami death is universal, irresistable, and inexorable.     We are called upon In live
the life Cod desires us to live—
lhe life of faith in the Son nl
(Ind. Wc are warned by lhe
teachings of His Wnnl, by His
Spirit, by llie dispensations of
His Providence, by prevalent
sickness, and by Hie suddenness
and frequency of death, lo lleo
from tbe wrath lo come, tn lay
linlii nf eternal life, io seek Hie
lloship I Iregon arrived here lhis
morning, ilu* naval department
is proud nf record nf the i Iregon
from an  engineering  point   of
view*.
London, May 26, A special
dispatch says: Emperor Joseph
has advised ihe Queen Regent of
Spain in prepare to lly, saving
the defoat of llie Heel, which
besl informed persons regard as
a question of a few days, is
linunil in precipitate au outbreak.
The Queen lias refused to lly.
Key West. May I'll. Secretary
Long lias received a cable-gram
from Rear Admiral Sampson announcing that his scouts have
locatod tlio Spanish Heel ai Santiago de Cuba. Tlie message
was sent from a cable station ill
the West Indies ami indicated
thai Commodore Schloy was
close on the heels of tlie Spanish
fleot which consisted of the following warships: Vizcitya, (iipi
endii. Christobal Colon, Maria
Teresa, and throe destroyers, A
late report says ihal Commodore
Schley lias force I Ihe Spanish
lleet to lake refuge in the harbour nl Santiago de Cuba and
that he will hnld them there until starved out. Commodore
Schley's lleet emisisis of the
battleships Maniichusels, Texas.
Kiugdom nf (lod and His right
week's illness carried her away, lousnoss, to believe with llm heart j |llW.,. Cruism; Brooklyn and tor
in lhe great grief  of  all wlioj^uto righteousness In  Blm "ho -.jcJo boat Scorpion,
knew her.   The ailment was tho|is the S if God and tho Savior |    ,\,,w  Vm*k.  May EH   A dis-
dreaded pneumonia, following an | of Mankind,     We do nol know
attack of  lagrippe.    She died the future.    Well it is for us wc
last Saturday.    The body wasdo not know,    We d ,t know
taken by steamer via  Kalispell what a, day or an hour muy bring
I,, Spokane I'm* inter nt. ' forth.   Let us leam Hie lesson to
The   deceased   lady   came  In apply mu* hearts unto Heavenly
I'orl  Steele witli  her   husband|wisdom.     Whilst   the days are
The lie was shot olf al doubles.
six birds each, Grace winning by
5 to I.
pi vis iiiiins.
HWISISl'STAKHS
The dale for ihe convention
was then discussed. Some favored having it a week from date,
others toll (lays, and still others
two weeks. Finally it was decided by a show of hands thai
the convention should be held on
Thursday, June End. at tho
Opera House, Korl Sleele.
Mr. Baillie said il would be
necessary that some qualification
should be provided  for electors
lIoDaerun  1  u  I  n  l  nlwho SOUgllt In easl their voles at
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Biiin i o ii I i 5 the convention, otherwise the re-
Fmv'tsit ii iiii i suits of tho convention might bo
vitiated by the votes of electors
'who  inlelided   to   support   Col.
"taker.   Ile proposed that before
Norbury
Smith
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Elwell, Smith
ind  Henderson
tied; won by Elw
ill,
SW13I3PSTAKES-
-PIV13 HlltllS.
POSTPONED.
The sale of Government Lots
at Moyie Cily has been postponed from Die Ilh to the IHth
June. The land has been subdivided into town lots, which
will be sold singly or as desired
by purchasers.
J    I'E   AltMSTKllNIi,
Government Agent.
DIED.
-Al   Fort  Steelo,
DunioK—At iron Steele, on
Wednesday, May Hath, Reginald James, infant son of the
late James C. Durick, aged 26
days.
POLITICAL  FAITH,
loil duly  registered
any elector cast liis vole al tin
convention heshould lie required
to sign Ihe following:
DKCLAItATION  nl*
W'*. lho   lllliliTsiu
oleotoi'Bof tin* Kluotoml District of
Knsl Kootonay, Southern division,
horoby pledge ourselves lo une our
villi's and tllflllonoo in favor of tlio
candidate chosen by this convontlon
to li|l|ilise tin* Hon. Col. Hitki't*, or
any olhor eaiiiliihito who muy ho
noiiiitiittod in lho interest of lho present Provincial Government, ami
faithfully ami loyally to rxcrt ourselves lo do all thnt may be nosBlblo
to secure the defeat of Buoh Government candidate.
The speaker believed that this
and live children lasl year. Tlie
family came Irom Spokane,
where Mr. llirtz had carried nn
business I'm* some years. Mrs.
Hil'tz was only in her 30th year,
and tlie sympathy nf citizens nf
all classes has been aroused in
an unusual degree I'm* her bereaved husband ami young family. Tiie children, il has boen
decided, will remain hero under
ihe chnrgo nf iheir father.
At Spokane llm funeral took
place mi Wednesday, ihe remains having been embalmed so
ihal   al   snme   future   lime   Ihey
might lie removed in the homo
of her childhood in the nasi.
going by. may we bo earnest and
patch from Manila says the
German consul thero tried tn
land pnivisiiuis from tin* German
ship inn Admiral Dewey refused
permission, Tlie consul ilieti
declared according iii the dispatch, tliat he would force the
landing under tin* protection of
•-Encore in tlie work God lias,,|l(, ,|„, Uv0 (;,.,.,„;,„ cruisers,
given us tn do, May we be but Dewey threatened lo Are up-
leudy when the Master cometh. 0n the cruisers and the attempt
May these words of ihe Divine t0 innd supplies was abandoned.
Master ring in our hearts: 'Be Washington, May 2(1, The
ye also ready,  for iu such an|nttVy departnienl today received
a cable from Admiral Dewey
as follows: ••Manila. May 1".
via Hong Kong, May L'l. To
Secretary nf the Navy, Washington: Tho situation is unchanged*
hour as ye think* nut. lhe Sim nf
Man cometh.'"
LATEST WAR NEWS.
Spanish Fleot Reported olf Halifax
Piepnring for a Conflict   Sturving  ...   .  .^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^n
,, ' , . o   .* Strict blockade continues, Grea
the  Spaniards   out at Santiago
Dewey's strong Hand at Manila scarcity of provisions ill Manila.
Sir Henry irving'n Greeting to foreign subjects feur an out-
Americans, break,   Spanish soldiers will bo
To Patrol tho Grand Bunks. transferred    tn   Cavite    hv    lhe
St. Johns, N. P., May 2-1,   An foreign men ol  war in the liar-
At the close of a discourse on I officer from one of the llrilish bor. Aguinaldo, the rebel chief,
the 110th Psalm, setting forth the I warships on the west coastof wlm was brouglii here from
brevity of human lifo, the vanity this island arrived hero today to Hong Kong mi the McCulloch,
nf earthly desires, and lhe necessity of living ihe Christian life,
at the Presbyterian service on
Sunday evening, Rov. Mr. Duncan made llm following remarks:
"Wo have all been startled and
saddened by the sudden death of
Mrs. llirtz. Sho was well known
and highly respected, and her
sacred memory will remain Ull-
dimmed. We remomber her
eeniality, her earnestness, her
vigor of mind, ber love of home,
and hor faith in God. She has
Hone from lhis earthly scene to
be 'forever with Ibe Lord.1 Our
sympathies go out to the sorrow-
Ing husband, bereft of a loving
wife, and to the motherless children  and   mourning   relatives,
consult with  the govornor, Sir[is organizing a force of native
Herbert   Murray, as In lln*  run
tingency nl the nrrhlul "i tin*
Spanish Heel in these waters to
obtain coal.    The ollicor dosirod
cavalry and may render assist
unco ihal will lie valuable,"
Aguinaldo ibe insurgent  lead
er, had a great reception mi   his
llial   his  name  should   imi  be arrival at ilu* Philippines from
llli'llliiilled, lull he Ill'gOS Sir
Herbert Murray In advise lhe
American government to pat ml
lhe Grand banks Inr a week nr
moro, lhat the i ruisor, on sighting lhe Spanish, mighl give the
earliest possible nolice of the
movement of the enemy Iiy making Immediately for St, Johns or
Cape Race and telegraphing iis
position to the United Stales.
Halifax, N. S., May 26.—Reports received here from Ijouis-
burg, ('.  B,, tonight state tliat
I long Kong.
Hear Admiral Dowoy supplied
Hn* Insurgonls wiih  two guns
and linn rilles I al lhe time lhe
Japanese cruiser left Agulllllldo
was expected to main* an imine
(little attack.
The Archbishop of Manila ig
sued a pastoral that four Spanish
warships wero coming and promised victory for the Spaniards.
A sanitary commission has been
appointed at Cavite undercharge
of the United States consul. TIIK I'KONPECTOli, FOKT STEELE, li. ('.. MAY
IW.
Certifleato of Improvements.
NOTICE.
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Kootonay blstrli'i. acres nl luml situated in thoSuiuharn lilvlslon
Whoro lociiti'il:  un   Pyramid  Croek.  Rl. of ihi* Mlmrlot of Kiwi Koolenuy und ilcunrllHitl
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Improvements, for lho purpose of ..inuiuiiik- n -	
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Ami runner lake nollee thai action under |i(l(i[ ^ '[[MmA      ^
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NOTICI**.
il
\s v\
linni'i'llineil anil uiireserviul luml in llu
illslrli'l nf Kasl Kootenuy.   Commeni
V        .'      I,'llll'l      l,|       I.Ill
W»«  «.   '■ ii    -li'i    en ..       ,„„.,,,.	
oral i lhe t'orl Sleele Mlnli        ...    .^   |(| ()
Inv..      I Kasl
V, Pyramid
Mui   s lllvi I forty n Hi's wr
Biei li
Tui i' uolli'i -  -
lho Pyramid Kooleiiny Mlnlni
■
uu
	
Imi    remoni
Crown ilrunl of th
*      	
* North   Star    tiud    J.   I).   Farrell*
* *
* *
.,'. Capacity, one lumdrod |)ii.ssi>iijj:pph ami nue IiuikIi'ciI mul II fly ^
J. inn** iii'ii.lii I'licli. ,t",
X Will open lhi' navigation uoason mi tlm Kootenay River lYoinx
™      Jennings, Montana on the Groal Northern Railway I'm' all     JA
*
iotici
points in Kust Kootenay,   About April 20th,
■ lill'i'V .ll'.l    nn'hl  I'lltt'S lllllll'I'SS llHM'()lll|)llllil!l
'   I'yrui      II Mb - 't I* in* I'lissi'iii'i'v ,in,l imiiiiil I'llll
' '    *'T 111 -ii'    il    l.snnimrvi    \l ...Iiiiiii   ,,,-  'I'l
Ji  •'* """"--■   Mulllllllll in   III
Minimi **'    ,!. Co   I'E'i 1 Si.'i'E' or WhitImi'I', IE C,
I'l'li   Sli'i'li'  Ml'IVlllllill'
10 ehains, 1 3j
lion 117 must In.'I'l.inmt'ili'ed liefi'i' ... Ill ehuins. I IW
'"      *
..in.   -
\  -  KAKWKI.L
Duted 1 - ■
list 1  '. "(I'UIIIU
■ ,1   ,-!''!   'A II   I
SI    l-'.IS '•     -
INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORTATION CO.
KOOTENAY RIVER TRANSPORTATION CO,
**************************
Kiln House
NOTICE. M	
Granite  Si   -   Miltoi   and     I *      M ^"•',1 "■ t■■
('lain;. - I tail L Sll •  ■    v *   '>H   '■'■ N   ' ^'h  thill   With,)
vltjonoi 1 ■'.,.■ Kooiena                                                    du                                ■ *. itloii 1 DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
Where   located    On                       ek.  St.                                           I 1              Works Sotti'c Is herebj (riven thul thi'Purtnn
Mm, - li  ,'i                                          •*    I " -I'inii'-v Mil'-.)Miii(: Hiulcrlht*  style i'liil
Steele.                                                                         „...,..,.■ Henry Vi  Drev uml Ucorife E llnyi's
Taki antice             ,. S. Forw       litem foi ur hotel keeper* in the oity of Fori Steele li.i-
(be Pymni I  K otei   * Minti                                              N'o. MU   Sii  M  ■   CtecV  thettve this duy been dissolved hy muiuplcotihcni.
(Fori              ■   '■'                     ■*■          '" '             v       1 ' -               ■*■*■'     ■   .1 ■ -          1 Ml accounts due tothe lute Hrmure puy-1                     _  	
Intend, sixi    uys                                                  -      .                 -*. i\    to Henry W. Drew, who will settle ull ne-      r], '
ply to lhi eounts due utfulust the flrra.                                   L llB EluOVB HotOI hftS  been   I'c-
[mprovements. f                                                                                   HN KERRIGAN 1  Fort Steele this iBitiduy of Mnrch.  contly Gl'eCted    illltl   IK'Jltlv   fill'-
Crown Gra      *              eelu                                                     ■           -,•                       ■ m                                                                 •.',,,            '
iiKNin w, drew     nisnetl throiij
ooh.       GEORGE K. HAYES.    ■
MOYIE CITY. EAST KOOTENAY. B.C.
Mouie note
Sloiiio GitU. B' G,
t'ii-st ,'liiss 11 iiiiiiixliitiiiii fin* travel-
lino, |)iilillv,    A woll Hliioki'il Inn*,
liiimi Btiibllng,
0. CAMPBBULj PROPRIETOR.
Ti'iuns leave Porl Steelo Tups
[ilnys Fridays and Saturdays at
711.in. fur KH'mii's Landing, connecting wilii   limits   foi'   Moyie
Cily,
Itimis eni] lie inul airy Hiiv ut Kllinit's.
Albert J. Circz.
BARBER.
Noxl Door lo International Hotol.
POUT s*i'i';i;i,i'*„ 11. i*.
A largo experience in loading
barber shops of American cities
nnd foreign countries,
ESTELLA HOUSE
Ai.. Mint/,   -    -   Proprietor
TRACY. B. C.
Excellent   accommodation   for
Mnn und Beast.     The Bar
is well supplied with the
Finest Brands of Liquors "ml Cigars
Anil furthor
.i'i-; ■
nn.-,. .'... 'Il'-U'.-
A S FAKWE 1.1.
I'.,''- I .September. If
Witii
NOTICE.
\V;ii-.:,.l.;ilu   Builcy. Ki-rln. uml Comstoch
Liquor License,
. ■       - .   a
mtuisslonei
-     . tow
■:■-:-■.-..'.    ,-    lhi .1
Hotel at ibe
AL MI*TZ.
Dnted "     -.-- ;■'-
ill & GO.
Mineral Clnlms situate ln the Korl - le Mining Division "I Easl Kootenaj* Dlstrlet.
Where  located*   On   Pyramid  Creek,  St.   	
Steele
Take notice lhat I. A. S. Ferwell. agent tor       Sotlc,      hereby glv,    that 30 days alter pa-e],    ^^rr^r,    and   DeCOratinff
lho Pyruinlil-Kooti'mis  Mining Co..  Llmll lateltntendi . rernmentAgoni   "*!""    "u"'fa'"6    ",,u   """"""'"e
(Foreign), Pi  Miner's Certillcate No. 1081A   lor the Si   lhi -  litis      I East Kootena: (oi
Inienil. sixty days from lhe date hoi I. to ap-   tlranslerton lelil by Thomas   Leuve Ol'dl'l'S at
nlv to the Mining Kneorder t„r u rerllHcate "1   Robson for the sale of spirituous liquors by re-
Improvomcntii for tho purpo I obialnlng a   tall at the Lake Vle« House al Swansea
Crown Oram ol ihe above claim.
Anil IiirtliiT tnki' ni'li'-'* Umi ii'*'1"11   mi'li'r^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
g, cilon III must lie commenced before the i-si;-
nnci'Ot siichterllllciiteof Imiirovcinenw. NOTICE.
.PARWELL. s,-..,  s hereby given that I Intend to ap
I. II. VAXDKCAR.
Muy is hi.". *.'|.i*,
House, Sinn and Ornamental Painters
ROBSON *  RODGBRS,
 ^'liuiii.
Cosy and Comfortable Rooms
Tin'  Bin' supplied   wiih   tho   BEST
hfinuls of Liqiiui's uml Cigui's.
HEADQUARTERS   POR  MINING  MEN.
Pr.ti'ii ibis imili dnyol Scplembcr, I«l7, *ll-il
NOTICE.
Ilainlot Mineral Claim hIiuiuii in ilu- i-'.-rt
Sleek' Mining Hivisi f Musi Koott'imy I'is-
irli'l.
WIi.it loeatcil    Sullivan lllll.
'l'n I,., in llii'i- tlmt 'I'ln* Sul 11 vim llroup Mining Cniiipiiny   tree  Miner's Cei'tfllcnte  No,
giilfi'J. Inli'inl, sixty duys rnmi Un- ilule hornof,
llie Mining lli'i'iirili'i lm* ii L'erllll-
i,i uii|.i
..I liuiii
ni  III.
 i.i.i..-. r..i-   niii'liii	
minium i'i'"«iiiiiiiiii nf llienlioveclaim.
And tiiitlii'i ink Uee Umi iicilon. under
si't'iloii UT must lu> eu ihi il biTurc llie Isstt-
iii f such Certllli'iite "I Improvements.
Dnteil iins Ponrtecnih dny of Mnv 18118
I* P IIOOAN.
Pri'sldcni   uiul   Munager Sullivan tlrnup
Mining!' pany, HI so
NOTICL.
plying to 'In1' lold Commissioner of this district
fur u renewal of my license m gel] liquor by retail m tho Dalgardno Hotel, l-"nrt Steele.
li. H. MATHEII.
Fori Steele. Mny l UW, 10-23
NOTICE.
Nollee is hereby given iimi 30 iluys nfter
'Inn-1 inli'inl applying in fhe Gold Commissioner of Fort Steelo District for n license in sell
liquor by retail on tho premises knnwn us tin-
Hull lli'iiil Hotel, sltuuted ul Hull III ml ITulrii*
mi tin- lim- nf Un- rrnws Nest Railway lu tho
said district.
OSCAR STKNST1H1M.
Iliill Head Prairie, 11. C. April 20th 1808. 18-22
Fort Steele Assay
Office.
RON AN & LEACH,
ASSAYERS AND CHEMISTS.
Fort Steele
and Ka
STAGE LINE
CUT   IN   TWO.
Hereafter lho subscription rates to
Phe Vancouver Daily and Sorai-Weekly
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby river that 30 days flft
dnto an application wtll bo mado to the Oold | World will be as follows:
Commissioner to transfer tho license held by
ilu' undersigned for my residence ;ii  Crow's
li,.,,.   Mineral ' lalin   ultunw In lhe  Fori | \,*si UndhiK to John Matt.
. },. Minim' B K'ioi.'hii\   [)^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Where located    On Sullivan lllll.
'iiii tlce that The Sullivan liroun Mln-
[iiti i .ii,|,;.ii', i'iv.' Mini'!'- Certlllcato So,
r*vpw Intend, sixty days trom the date hereof,
to apply to the Minim* Itccorder for n certlllcato
of Improvements ror the purpose of obtaining
n Crown ' Irani ul ;>■■ iti ivi    ■■ m
Ami further take notieo iliat action under
MTiinii 31 musi be commenci d before the Issu-
Rni ' such certillcate ol Improvements,
Hated this Utli day of Maj IM*
f p HOGAN
Presldeni and Mnnni - - il van Group
Mlnlni Company. •ji-*,'*."
NOTICE.
Sh; almsltuntcln the Fort
steei>- Mi. | i .-■  Kootenay Dis
trict
Where ■•■■ ated    ' •;. Sullivan Hill,
T it« m * ci thai I hi - il Ivan i Iroup Mln-
iiii: i ompany Krce Mlnei Certltli ate No
KIM  Inu "■ from thed itc hereof.
tn uppl) ■ Keronler for u Certll
cite ol Imp     era e purpose ol oh-
-.,     .• ■ i rown 11 am   I thi
v   ■■■■.' that action   mdei
Reel ion - *'■■■.■
unci' of such '■■.■■•
Dated lh     Ithday of M
F l' HOOAN
Presldi nl   an    Manatri tn Qi ap
Mininif Company :i SB
Dated this 5th day of May. I8DH.
Ji'-'.'l Kl.LKX Ml ITT.
Auction Sale
OF
LAND ADJOINING MUYIE CITY
SOUTH   EAST   KOOTENAY.
A portion uf Lol 2803, Group I, Kootenny
District, containing four and a half acres, more
or less, will be sold by auction at tho Government Offlci in Fori Steelo. on SATURDAY
THE Itb DAY OF JUNE at ten o'clock In the
forenoon.
Terms, ten per cent, to be paid ut iime of
ad adieu tlon and balance in sixty duys.
Plan run be seen at tho' lovcrntnont < mice,
■ Steele, and at the office of tho Cliief Commissioner of Uindaund Wnrks. Victoria.
Fori Steele H C . Ith May. 1898.
.1. V. ARMSTRONG,
in zi Governmenl Agont.
Land Purchaaa
NOTICE.
Take notice that I have today ap-
pointed T. T. MoVittie agent for the
Fori Steele Townsite in place of C. P.
Venosta,
AH persons having' business in connection with the Townsite aro directed
totransacl tho same with T.T. MoVittie
and i" make all payments due or accruing due nu lots already snld to him.
II. UT. UAUIKAITII.
Kurt Steele, April Oth, 1808.    lfl-20
NOTICE.
Tnkonoi ■ i   hal    tt;   la             Inti I a
apply i" the Land 0 mm   ■*■ nei n I on steole
II, C. to pu                     i
uures'-i ■ ■ ■             .             the (love   mi i
Commendn« at .* pojii pi unti I al thi  soutli
k nt corn               "   -                Km lonu
ihenee north P01 haln    ihem ■  •■  * m   be n   '
thence si nth *l  halnsi      eSi  Mai . . Itlvi i
theuce follnwlnn the coursi    I lhi    u
downstream to the place n nencemem    ~   '      " T=r~- ~^-—■—.. .
""" ,J • " :,;,;;:;,:,.,,,    millinkky und dressmaking
Dnteil nn   .•''Hi 'ins "i Mnn i. .s ll IM* n r:
NOTICE.
Kntlcn        - * '.. llinl
tins', iiiii'i 'i.i!' i Intonil i" niii i' ipplli .iinni i"
llm i ii"'     """' "' I, .in i- nnil World
in \ n t.nlii  ll  r   f"i  |n*iuii-  '" |iuri    . ■
Mil' fnllnsvIlK il, ili'i-'l inm     Itnnlnln i
Iimi  mil. .. iii'.l of Ilii'ini.nlli i-f   I'nlllii'l     llm
i in ii in kii-.i isii.iii'iiiiv II i    i mnmmii
n iiuiiii known nn ihOKoiithfinHi rornm of llnrrj
Mllliill.. Il|i|i|li'llt|iill l"l   |il,'  l'lll|ltllill   IllI'Mi'    I"
Hindis,'u i thi'i  'inuil   north  llinn	
i hnili    '.s.-.l   tliinri B0 i'lllllll', KOUtll lo the   jn.-1
MK.s. ,1, (lOODNOlT.II
I'AHI.OIIK, RIVBRBIDE AVENUE.
Fort Htoolo, B. C.
I.l
s  W 111.1, s <i i' l I. I
■il Miiii'li IHlll  !-'.'- II-*"
READ,
lllll   I.IIIISI'I'K i'llll.
L,, COH1N
TAILOR
AMi IMPORTER OK
FINE WOOLLENS
I'urkv Mountain A.voi	
Fort Stoolo, B. G.
Dully oilltlon b.v mail, per annum. WOO
Do.   fm six months    S Tfi
Do.  per month      Mi
Tho Semi-Weekly edition, mailed.
per annum $1 ihi
Do.  for six months      m
Advance payments Insisted upon in
every instance.
The foreign postage (that is to ail
countries outside nf Canada. Newfoundland and the United Slates) will he
added to tlie subscription fates.
6&v Sample copies supplied on application,
Address
"THE WORLD,
J. C. McLAGAN,     Vancouver, B. C.
Manager.
D. W. WOODBURY, MANAGER.
On mul after August 27th, 1KU7. weekly
stages will leuvo Port Steele on Friday mornings at 7 o'eloek,  Returning    leavo   Kuliu'iell
Tuesday  mornings nt
7 ii'i'liii'k.
Kalispell and Port Steele offioes
at the stores of
H. E. KING &, CO-
lOm STEELE
AND
MOVIE LAKE
STAGE   LINE.
A bi-weekly stage will leave Steele
every Tuesday and h'ridav at
7:80 A M
Commencing Friday, July 10th, for
Cranbrook, Sifton, ami Moyio City,
Returning   will  leave  Moyie on
Wednesdays and Saturdays at
8:80 P M
Reaching Steolo the day Following
nl uiion.
Tlekets mny be procured from ('. M.I
Koop, Safe Deposit Co,, Steele, ainl|
anil nl tlie Hotel, Mnyii'l'ity.
THE PIONEER TIN SHOP.
JAMES HIGHWARDEN & SON
PIONEER BARBER SHOP
Everything Strictly First Class, iSheot Iron Stoves made to order*
Next door to the Prospector,
B. P.COOK.
Livery, Peed  and  Sale Stable.
Port Steele, li. C.
TEAMING 01*' Al.l. KINDS SOLICITED.
J,  J,  QUINLIVAN,
GENERAL   BLACKSMITH,
ANII
WHEELWRIGHT.
Hoi'su-shoolng A Spocialty.
WANTED.
A iiiiiii lu pui in a Sash nml
Door Pactory ai Swiinsoa,
(luml inducomoiits will ho offered
in ,*i capable antl   responsible
mnn.
Crow's Nest Land and
Development Company,
Personal attention paid lo nll|
kinds of Job work.
Hot Air Drums a Speoialty.
T. C. ARMSTRONG.
Fort Steele Wood Yard
WOOD
Furnished Promptly, all lengths.
Lenri Orders with Qilnin if* Lindsay, m
with the Witter Delirery Mini.
C, J- CROFT, Proprietor,
POR   SALE
OllOiKHC. W. KiIIm
OiiniKK, W,
iiiunn (MW lilo.p. liiin|i*si|
ilTri uie,p. liunpN
L'n-lf
SWANSEA, B. 0.
SIX AlIC I.AMI'S.
Switch board, with all nocoasary
instruments.
Tin* aliiiM- dyiiatnoH are in perfeet
I'liiiilitiini. nml mi* iilTi'ii'il rorsalooil
iici'iinni of lho Company linsing uhang'
nl iln'ir i-j-irin from dlroel to illt•-i-tutt-
Eng eiiri'eul, I'nr furUiui' parlleulan
apply t"
Koolonay Electric (Jo., Ltd., Kaslo.
18-20
PORT   STEELE   MINING
ASSOCIATION,
MoVittie
ill.
I'VIz;
'I'lm
11. S ^^^^
N A. IliiNlnm
li, C. siiiiiii.
William lliiliili'
Tin' I'l'imliir moothiRR nf llm HRHnololliui
Wlll   In'  lu'lil iill   lhi- lut lllll] lllil Simii'iliiy in
ovory tiimiiii
All   pOHHlblo   lliliil'llllltiiill    svlll   In-   finnliili-
ot)  Iiy  llm Assiii'liii.tiin. upon iiiipllimtlno ii.*
Wlllllllll lllllllil'.   Sit. I'ijI'I   Slwlis It t
. j   '   ',r 'iv
Professional.
DR.   HUGH    WATT.
Siit'itoon iii c. N. Il, CoiiHti'iictlon Camp»i
CAMPS, WAUIINMi: TO MOVIE CITY nm
ST. I5UOENM HOSPITAL.
residence,     Fort Steele, B. C.
AKE   HONEY
0TS
T L
IN
OYIE THY
G1
T H O M AS   Mc V 1 TT 1 V, ■
P.L.S. & C.E.
Port Steelo B.C.
;/. /., CUMMINS
P.L. S. it- C.EP
Port Steele B.C.
IV. It. ROSS. II. Wl IIIMIHKH
ROSS & HERCHMER.
Barristers    -     -    Solicitors
NOTARIES PUBLIC
CONVEYANCERS. ■ .
Fort   Steele,   B.   C
K
AND
IMBERLY.
T.   EDE.
Customs nnd Mining Broker
CONVEYANCER.
Mining Properties Bought und. Sold.
DAYID  G0LDBURG
KALISPELL, MONTANA.
Wholesale dealer in Confectionery, Fruit, Nuts, &c, &c.
Cigars & Tobacco.
I CURE CATARRH.
Catarrh makes life miserable lo
many peoplo. Scarcely a person is
wholly freo from il Catarrh arises
from a combination of gasscs formed in
the human system. I have medicine
that will cure you permanently in two
weeks,
TAJ VKK, The Druggist,
Fort Steele. I!. C,
D. L. 5ETTCHEN
# The" Jeweller $
WATCHES REPAIRED and SATISFACTION
GUARANTEED.
Port Steele,
li. C.
P.J.CRUICKSHANK.
Port Steele, B.C.
General Blacksmith,
HORSE SHOEING,
AND JOBBING.
Mining   Work   a   Specialty.
p BOESEN,
CONTRACTOR
anu HUILDKU. . .
Porl Stoele,    -   -   -   -    B, C.
,). ,1. Lamont
Contractor and Huililcr
Fort Sleele, B. C,
READ.
THE PROSPECTOR.
(loo. S. Mrt'iirli'i*. .1. A. Illiisr*
HARVEY & MoCARTER
Barristers, Solicitors,   Notaries Puhlic
I 'unei i/niit-i rs etc.
FOIIT STEELE, 11. C.
COLLECTIONS     PROMPTLY     MADE. ■      I
Johnson & Robinson
MINING    BROKERS;
Fokt Steele, B. C.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED!.
CHAS.   ESTMERE,
Civil Engineer ^t
and Draughtsman.
Mining Maps of Furl Steole DistricS
[ur sale,
OFFICE WITH  M. A. BEALE.
D, M, McMillan,
Mining Propositions,
Minin-u* Shares,
Farm Lands and
Real Estate*.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
D. M, McMillan, Brandon, Man      |
(Nl THE HH
EXCHANGE S: SAFE DEPOSIT CO
Ti'iuisiiL'ts a general collecting uml exchange llllsillCHS.
DRAFTS, CHECKS, TIME CHECKS *Hl>
ACCOUNTS CASHED.
Drafts issued payable iu Canada am
the I'nilcd Slates.
R1II6U Hotel
Bull Head Prairie,
B. C.
Accommodation for Travellers
Tlio bar supplied  with  it  Bw
stock of Wines, Liquors and
Cigars
Thomas   W.  Rilley
PROPRIETOR.
The Providenoe Pur Company,.
I'riis'lili'iiTO, II. I., wants nil IiIuiIm nl lln
I'lirs, Slilns, iHmm'Iik. Si'iii'i'ii, l-lli'. iy/' 1'rkrt ■
qniiti-il fm* nexl sixty iluys un* us follows:
Silvor Fox ilir, no in *l.w on
Ilcur    r. no in   :s, no
iiiii'i-    I iki m    lino
lii'iis'i'i'    ll on in    :i r,o h ■
Mm I in    '.'OOln      t> (HI
Wnli  I iki iii sua
K.'il I'm  I IKI tn S1KI
Mink   mu, S IKI        ,
Slllllill     lift lo 1 IKI
Gray Kux      r,n n,       ir,
Ilul           SO to        IB
; •'   ['iiii' I,Isl mi nil i,Uut liirs nml skins ii,
ll|iplirlllliill.    I'llll pPll'CS limil'lillliril.    Curollll
si'li'i-tfiin. I'litli'iius li-i'iiliiii'iil nml liiiiiiiiliiil. -
I'l'inlllmu'i'i'ii nil riiiisli-'iiiiii'iils. IS-'Ji THE PROSPEOTOR, l/OUT STEELE, 13. CE, MAY 28, IB'.iH,
STAGE LINES.
', IS ll'll  I     I'l        I'M!   I"""'   SHU   I"
,',.,,.',   other iniiil'ers whicli will | completely curried away hy his j j^^^^^^*^^^^^^^^ ■ .^SSsSSST^E   *
lie itousii oivil  are  Lhe   '' ;l  nlic lieliievemei I 'A}[
m
i ;' used,   tin' \»"
millil  llll I'll    ' ' : llll . I  I'
■   ■ ' '■■■■■'   '-''"■■        und i real  Lukes lishori - ipies      When  llie mn ..
I    'l ...     v.   I   I  tlllll.S'K,        . , i     , , -        I i '. I ',',,,       lll'l
lions, i ■    ; ■ i I'llmi   nnd  nniiii* Iimi i'     ■■ •■ ilh ii v iin l"1      ;
ii
i *
,:" mi  In      ni'  i ■ .   i v.i. riiiiii' rent  of  Iin   os,    The  iippliiuso \m
i "      and   lh ■   iiiining   regain   w is iiliiiot-   de I'eiiiiiu   I con   ,},),
i, ".        ,.
.... lions
: I'll Tll    '111.'  """ '
i1' .in u BI a 'Mil. ' mi ion.
I   . . ■    loliuu ■ •*■ (:". ,,    ,,     ,,
      .      iiii'-i'lii,        norlui, Al-s 1\      II ei'iun ,
",'•'!!   »"»   :""""  '"' I'oroiKii  olliee  has  r, veu   re   '" Jvsjh-iih.. '■" ■" •Maii'sl oi
Iff
mwM
i  '  It 'ill mil lib      Ivi
in ■■   :      ■    hi     iccoiiipani      I
*    '!   " nr,  canu    forward, und
pz\ f "tif't f~> -ty* Til .C'i%,
W E   W C\ A fill! W
 "iiii'i
®tje gfr^edro.
S.VI'I U1JAV, MAY •», IKllS.
,.            ...                   „ vi               lllll) HUSO     lie BI'Olll      lii'llli'llVI
ports Imiii Puns saving I' runco   ' '
.   ,.        ,i,i's       ■       i commenced  In nla v  He  Liobe s (,
is   iiidiu'iiniil   nl   lln*   American' . .     )
Tizzieaii."     lb* Imil jusl linish-
eil n few burs of Hie diltli   II lill
cabin riiiiin;:. considering  such
nctlon to i.e coiitrnry to iutenia-
,  . i  ,t   i'    i    ■, ,     i    goring when he   euned   lorward
iniiiul  law nnd  llml  site intends!
lu lulie action against it,
is if In spenli in one ol' ih" musi- W,
duns iu the orchestra, continuing
il.lMITE *   i   ..
Jo. 1
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iroad contractors and miners supplies
iii SMS 'i. Splendid Victory.
London,   May   '■'"■     Vice-Ad Spain at Gibraltar, his pence,    lie seemed lo pause   -ft*
miriil   Philip   t-Ioward   L'olomb,     N(,„.  y01,1{]  -\|.1V  -.|     \ .p,   for a ininuto and then slowly fell   m
ivtireii. ilieinveiiii.roi improved pllU!]) t0 lll0   n*,,,.,,/   [mm ,;-,-,. [orwnrd on his {ace.   0 1'the  M
systems for signaling al sea nndjnl|tn]. „„yS. musicinns cunghl hlm jusl before M
th.' uuibiirof ii number nl naval     The Spanisli towns nearest to he touched  the stage and  pro*  NM
works.  In an  inlorvio-v on the u,is Britisli possession are being vented him from fallingoff.    All   |    GROCERIES, HARDWARE. DRYG00D8, SHOES.  BLANKETS, MACKINAWS   AND FUR-   i
subject ol  the splendid victory !si,.imfrly reinforced,   One thous- was over,    lie was carri romUM    u"uul' ^ Ml
of tho United States lleet at Man- llllt| troops arrived lust uight nt Ibe singe and physicians were in | M NISHING GOODS.
ila is quoted as saying: San Roque, n lown of li.ntxi in- immediate attendance., hut   lho W, ffl
"I doubt  if  there ovor was lmbitnnl     |.M,,,,|      s^i^lers, ju^ed musician wis past u k-nlM    P] rvm*»     "Pn^atOPQ      T'j TH n1'll V    TTfl V      Oi\ t,9>    $
such un extraordinary  illustra* seVon milus northwosl  of here, |aid,   Tlm doctors  worked  upon   1    U IOU.X ,    ITU od l,J^i5,     111IIUMI.J    Xld.j ,    U(tl&
tion   of   the   inllnuuce   of   sen ontheoilgoof the nmitrul terri- him  lor  some   time, but   their mj
power.   A superior Hoot lias at- tovy botween  tlie   Kingdom of 'elTorls were fiilile, \h
tacked niid beaten a Spanish lleet gpaj„  | thjs impish  posses*     Roi lyi   had   seemed  over- Ira
supported  by  butteries, iind il si,m     M01.e   troops   have  nlso whelmed nt  lhe greal reception
E
z-
now appears it passed those bat   Kono to Algerins, the dilapidated given  him.    After playing bis M
lories and  bus taken  up au un- 0ld town six miles west, straight lirsl selection ho said to a friend | HM
Cedar Shingles, Sash and Doors       f
assailable   position   al   Mauilii, (lcross ,|„, |my [rom Gibraltar: behiud tho stage:    "Wonderful; m
The boldness of the American ;|]|1|   lu mm,jml]   ,•„.,  southeust u wonderful audience.   Wonder- \M
commander is beyond question.  |l(li||, (], S|iailK ,;, mllcs S()U(ll. ful; u greal ] pie." m
Henceforth he must be placed iu wost ^dj ]1G1,e li;.. pluying of  "Old Glory" f.W
tho vnhalhi of the great naval Wlls tiuily enchanling.   His in- W*
eommitlldei's.                                               Travelling Libraries. stl'limellt seemed to speak.    The $
"Nothing can detract from the     The  Provincial   Clovern nl, uxpression  ivas marvelous,     ll M
dash and vigor of lho \ rican following  the example  sel  by ,j,,emed as if he must have known m    ±j\Qi\X.OT^
exploit or dim the glory which several   of   the  Slnles  of   the that it was to be his final effort. Wa             *•
Dewey has shod upon Ihe Anieri- Union, is establishing a system [u addressing u  gathering of fij)
can navy,    li muy be bad for the of   iravellin     libraries.      The :,.-.,.ihl> .,,  |,j, |U)lu]  (;l,    n\„\,\ |j|
world, for assuredly  lhe A 'i-! scheme is as follows:    A certain \-,.w,...y\     ..,,\.\.    imm\i    other j WM
(•■in' navy will   never   accepl  ;;  n ber    :,   ii   commuiiily,   -"'jthings:    "I will play three-quiir-|fl|
subordinate place after this ox   adults, >igi n petiti     list    ; foi .,.,.,,,  ,,,     [e: I will play all my M
hibition of what it can do."          a librari lo be sent   lo a desig ,]■.„.   ;,n;l   Kl\\   |,|;l;.   ,irtul,  mv M
"'■'"-■   They  agree lo ,„,.,,,,     ,,, hands are still  lim* \i),
E"    '"■ u"-1'- ''-1 '"'*   ' ;'' '-■ ber   n id   m>    arms   are   still <■;■
oronto lu ihi:    tt   is loriuii                                         , . \ii/
i! anv. tu provide a suitab e n uc ' ....,,,,, ■* iv^i
,.  for Canada that lhe .se"!".  ,                                        . ' suonr..
niOLliSALli
Tobacco
1
uigars I
Poli ;   ol  r  ii      on
, |lfl    "   ■'-   feceplion,   Lu  s loci   u     Edoiuirtl ll, nyi ,va.* bom in W
".........     "     ■'>'■ "' llllfe r!,'";*' "*  i:" i-Iimgarj tif years ago. lleleaves ]M
American itlliancu is likel;
brouglii about w hii ■
.      ;   ■ ;  i     ., ;■,, i,'  t ,•■:
, 101 ISl     Illllll illlbl 1.111(111    Is      .   . ,1,-.
n   nowerin  the I'uited Stutes   fv]m'^] .''''"      ''   "   '   ^ in New York,
become responsible  lor liu* due
"AA   ft
|1VI' a willow, sm, umi tliuighter, who [[%
ritish Colti itibla.
llie    American   government
IL»
care  of  the  I ks, and   lo  6 , The "Times" Charge*. |^i^^§^^§^^i^§^§^^^^i^§^ \ 'Z^^
W01'e composed oi   tree traders ^ (he m^ [q ;| ^     ^     Ai| ,v,r;l ;.,.,,„ ,,, „,„  |{,„isli
n"';'!li'""'" """'"  '"' n™n^ address  at   the  end   of   Hi  Columbia (Aw.! .tains notice
on such terms as lo preclude all months ut whtehtimBlhBl,bnir, „,   , .pokitment of Justice!
nossibditv oi aiirelercntial trade    ,., , ,   ■ . P. ,, .  ,, ,- „       ,   •
1 ■ ' ...     .    will be replaced  bv auolher lot George Anthony   Aulkeiu  lo m-
arraugeinenl    between    lu'iiam   ,,, ' ,.,,   ,    , . ,    ., ,,      ...
of books, and so on,     lhe hooks I quire   mio   the   truth   oi   the
M-i
GEORGE GEARY.
uml the colonies,  but  McKinley    '.,, ,
will be sent in u  locked ease, in charges contai I in the tollow-
which Ihey ure lo remain, and in;.' editorial  whioh appeared in
iii !..' accompanied by n key, a tho \ icloria Uitihj Times ,,\ Mny
et of rules, and n catalogue for Ilth under the head "Can Those
n- Things IE-■*•"
iresl     "ii would be \ ery interest ing
mil instruction lu Fanners and lu learn how much truth there is
[miners, togethei ' ill   u  limited iu the grat'o accusations thai are
' number of well selected volumes now being made regarding the
of ;i general character, some of rottenness   of   the   Lands  and
CARLIN & D'l
.\JJL\.
I'luite work's  o
rule-, at  the  While  house, and
which  tliev  ure  lo  reiiiiini, and  lllg edilonnl   winch aoiieure i 111
the  beliel   in  the  value nl pn- ... .                   ...        ,            .       .      .        .,   ,,,.            ..
,.    , will be aocomiiauied bv n key, u the \ icloria Umiu limes „\  May
tociiou is deeper ingrained mine "                               •
1 . .    set of rules, and n catalogue f'"   mi*"" n... i...„,i •■! •,„ u ,„,^„
minds of ibe American peoplo ..                      _,     '  ...
,   . lei,nine* airposes.    I hey ivul
than  ii  ever wus belore,    ll is ,   ,   .A...,.
certain thnt, no inatter how close
Lhe alliance may be  Pri sitli nl
McKinley  will  nol  agree   lo a
lowering of the American  tariff
un   l.irilisli   goods,   ami   conse-   .
.,, ihem lor bors and girls,    Ltivory Works doparl ntesnecutlly re-
iiiii'iniv llrilain will slill be  tree       . . .,',.'.' „ ^-.
1       ,' , petition mast be nc.cuiiipanied bylgarding    „   . irtaiii   unportan     ...        , font An  CfAAl
Z:;t:z,:  ;,v::; :     -■ ^^^ u-z,:,.,. ^^^^^hmMhm\ company
.iviii'H, Feed S Sale ^*'ili!;i.
i'-,„'i in"   ■;*
GENERAL
Fort
V
Steele,
-, '    '
s.\IMii.i: .*. i* i I., nuns
MERCHANTS   I'lKAMINO III   SI I   l,IM"  s -I'l i l sl n
l-a.-st
Koote lav.
0 equal to Jessop's or   Pil'ths ill nil
JOHN WEIGHTMAN
I.l YE Y.
FEED, AND
SAI i   -. iHLEs
Kalispel Mont,
i'ni'i fi, tn i
svill find llutl this is tin ,. .
I'llVli l ,, .......
coinuitinity will evel be required il !    hose having  business in ■■■
desirable, .   * ihih Steel is guaranteed to I
Lo pay lor i "i* than one.    n is thai   depar nl   wish   in  have ,.        ,,     . ,,-
Anglo-American Alliance, ,uui(.i] ,(l that all requests cun   thai   business   expedited,   they 	
Philadelphia Times.   This al   not be acceded tout lirst, but the'must-see'au oflicer about it and s       ■    A...    C PAUl'C   M AC t   /f'^A/lI
titude of England leads thinking best arrangements  possible will pay a fee  for whicli ihere is no '    '''   ''"       01 UW O   iuic)l)  l)llu!    COMPANY
mon to consider fur the lirst lime |„, mil,|,,,   [| |s suggested  thai provision in statutes orregula- r-     ■><    rs r **"*-
the question of a full  or partial i„ places whore  lAirmers' Insti-j lions.   Several instances, said u.l        Soi.H   AcilOTS    U\2]}\   I  AVAi fipP  ( x 0 Ul M^i!) 11      CONTR  U"/'()/,N
alliance id'the great Anglo-Sa.No.. ,1Itnsure established  the Secro* be well   aulhenticated, are   re- OIUllU   I  UiflUUl    *0Ul 11 |J€J 11 L|«"
race,     Speaking the same Ian   tnvy of ihe Instiiuie should  he laled whero sums varying from Milling   Supplies   a   Specialty.
guage, practically governed by selected as librarian, and iu inin* Ion  to fifty dollars  have b i BUILDERS.
the same laws, sharing lo a large j ing  districts,   tin    Mining   lie   paid r lo gel  the particular
ox tnul   lhe same traditions and eurder, bush
inlluoncod by lunch lhe sanio as .,                              ,...,
Bemenyi 8 Lasl Concert. '
pirations,   an    allium*.'  ol   the ^  prancisco   Mav I-    b,i. 1 esting to find  how mnch ground                          FROM  OCEAN TO OCEAN.
United Stales and Groat  Britain ^'^ .^^ ' ^w |ms  ^A *,. is for the slutemont thai if     When R-oinfi Kust this line nil.mis exi client accomm
,s certainly not beyond constim- mchmiCl] „„d  |uls „„. one wishes the slightesti..forma-j            lion   |o|. lh,, travelkn,      s |(,1(ljl, Di j      c
";;,U""'     ll"''>-.;»'ll»':'  l»™« t,,,';,,,,',!   fushionnble   nndiences liu» '"' ^ dopartiue.it, the offl
alliunoe,  by  written treaty but the world, fell dead al cittl« ralist bs '.^n beforehand."
l! will be soinellillnr belli'i'   tlltUl     .       , „„ .     .
i   . iv i*i      ir-     i   ''"' "I'piieuin Iheatre in this city cn„,miit„ii s„iii,i,.
lhat, an alliance ot loyal  irioud-   ...  , wmnutteci suicme,
i^sss^^ I^^^s-ttJ^—^^^ Lake Steamers leave Ft, William, Out
day al   lhe  Bartloll lloiel, Sun
Liness'of uie payurs'^hur-Heci Canadian Pacific Railway.
fwaril.    li would also be inter- t'
GRASSIOK   &  GEM.SEY,
i*'iii*i   Steele  B.C.
sets ice, Palace Sleeping (' irs, through
Toui'isl Car S* i \ ice.
SMITH &. LINDSAY,
u
Tobacco I'lains,
Highest Price
Paid for
Furs.
**
I,avle8atWa8lungton, the great artist appeared ho was do; s||()(||i||^  |]tm8o|f |])ra   h
Washington,   -May   2 .- Sir greeted   with   lunniUiious   iU»-Ul0 hPlll.t. Denth was inslnntane
Louis Davies, Canadian Minister pluuso,     liemeiiyi bowed his ac ,,    , ■ ,-        ,
...... \; oils.     Kunlsiu   wns   lonnorly  u
of Marine, will nrrue m ilusciiy knowledgments and seemed un-       , ,,- , ,,■ ,', ,
,.,,,, cowboy mi limb Hiver, neur I ill-
uexi  Tuesday and  will   bo the  nsely pleased at. the receptionLr(n.y   Alboi-tu.     ll   is  believed
"oiesl   here of  the  llrilish  am   given  him.     lie  played  Iwo or  ,   '" , ,', ,  , .  '
ra ' iilomesllc ll'oiililes caused   Imil In
liassudor.    Ambassador I: :o- three classical pieces and had an   , ,    ,•    r,      	
' ' Iiliil- Ills   llle.     I le   was   IllUirieil
I'ole was in ciinlereuce Willi Sec    swercil   In  an   oncoru  Willi   lhe , ,    ,,•     ,,
. . ... two Vi'UI's ago Iii Miss Howe. Iiiii !
relury    lay. und   il   is  suul   lie  mnsl laintliar '•( I d (llorv."    1,'e   ., , •
■'       ■' ... ,   , ' the union was m>|   a   liuppv o
meiivi pliived as il   insiiireil.    ll  ,.„       . .      . . ,   ,  ' .
*    '    * ' The widow is now suul  lo he m
seel I IIS if he knew lhis was lo
be the culmination of  his career
nnd ns if he had determined lliul
his Iinni uppciii'iini'c shuulil mnrli
A.lbortii      for Owen  Sound every Tuesday
Athabasca   "       " "        ■•    Thursday
Manitoba    "       " "        "    Sunday
FOR INFORMATION AND FULL PARTICULARS [APPLY TO
('. Iv WELLS, Agent, Golden, IE CE
I'liKKI'T KKI'K, Traiiie Miinngoi', Winnipeg, Man.
Ii'iiit       Confectionery
ifi    Notions of all kinds,
CIGARS und TOBACCO,     nu
Minister comes to Join the Am
tiassador in negotiations prelim
I nary to lho settlement of the
long pending colllosls between
Uiis counlry and Canada,   The
first matter to be taken up, il is his greatesl tri ph.    lie rose
said, will  be  Ibe work of  reyis-
Fort Steele Meat Companv.
Hospital
Montana. The deceased camo
lo Koolonay aboul a yeur ago,
nml settled in Slocan City, tie
wns  assistant   constable ihere.
,. .     which position   be  held   uii lo n
lo   llie   occasion    inuuinlicenlly, , ' '
and bis 8,000 auditors, ns k'g. short tims sinco.   Aboul u week
ineiiyi iippronched   his  climax, ago   Kunlsiu   went   lo  Sandon,
iince with the Paris tribunal of [literally rose with him, leaving: where the deed was commiltod.
ing the  regulations governing
pelagicsoaling, which. In accord-
I'rc^li and Salt .Meals always
on liantl.
Robsoti de RodgcrM, Prop's.
Riverside Avenue,     -      -     Fort Steele, B. C.
KALISPELL, MONTANA.
Mi-. JmnoR i 'onliiti  /
'*   J. I!, llinl:"!'- Dl.lKlTO.IS
•'    VV,   \, 1 ..-ir.i.l  I
Mas, 10, ll, Wi■iiiii.i,-, Mam ,',
I'mi,•ui.'- fi'iiin l*'iii't sn■,,],', „,;, .,,,
iniiir-. ss ill 1)0 I'.''- .. a nl ,;•,'.-inuil,I,'
tiil'iim.    I'm rat,'- npply !,i -'
Mrs. E. R. Webber, Manaoer.
KALISPELL, MOKTANA, THE PROSPECTOR, '- puPlls'icil
vscis -tatuulits. anil I'll- ll fitlltl'lllltccJ
eliciilutluii litrijci1 limn nny otlici* pupei
ill 1:1-1 Isiiiilvllils. li t. till hlillli.' I'i ii'.ls,1
.mil tiimttllll.H iloilhlc ill.* lU'ls- nl' mis
utlici' pit per ill lUf district.
As nil llJvL-ltlslUB medium il  i- mi
C.sCL'lL'v!.
Dvs*Otl.*ll 10 lill) Upbuilding nl I'i'il   Sli'i'li'    Un
ili'vi'liiliiiii'lil "1 iiiv s:.,.I   mi:"'!. I  I' «'i ■
tin' l*.ii-l Kii.ni'iiii.v milling ilii,tt*li*t.
SuhMi'lpllons i-'"1 li"' Vein
AdVul'liHltll! I'liu -  nul'l'' I'lii'isi; I'll llUlllil'lltllltl
his netionsiintugonii!od him lolho
'It'i'liit'ale.     Ilul   when   we  print
next week the full list of those
who ui ihe convention doclaro
Ihemselves, by signing lhe
declaration of political faith, as
opposed In him nud ibe Govern
ment he is associated wilh. he
will probably shuffle off lo Cas- j
Rumors iil'A Groat Fight,
POLITICAL   POINTERS,
A. Williams, opposition mem*      Persistent rumors nre running jrE
ber of the Legislature for Van- around the world of severe sen   ffVICTORIA   MKTALLUI
I'ouver.  will  not be u candiilaie lighting somewhere in lho Wesl ft
it the approaching elections
ludi.
In the absence of   moro 111 '               ..AND
I'remici* Turner has been mini : definite iiifonnnlion, il can  only E£
I  ihn,   llu,V,„ayb.it..„,U|i 43 FORT STREET.   V
eut seat is Victoria cily.            Inndtho.*   may be false.    S  EE W. J. R. COWELL, B. A., F. 6.
iiialed in Chilliwack.    His pros   lie
1 and lhe)   may   be   fills
Contribution!, un -",' d from oil purwofUn   silll' 01' Cariboo ill great basic.
district, ii-ii nil iii;iii<*i inteuilcil for publlentli
niii.-t Iin.'. Un' wrller'KKliiouturu.
(The tywxpsiSQx
s.vrrKi'.w. MAY *.-. i-"-.
people.
Therefore,  lei  every   opposi
siiion elector got lo ihe convon
iimi nu Thursday nnd have ihe
honor of seeiug his name pub
lis'ied in  ihe Iisi  of lho.se who
are determined  to huve honest
"„„...       ,.,..,...,,,,.,      governmenl in this Pro\ incc
OPIVSITIOS   i ii \ i/■. \ /1" \	
Tin ivetitioulhnl   hits been n,.,,, , ,,,,.,.,,  wsENTlMEN'l
iirrauged  to tak. I  *       r.     ,,,.      ,,,.,,„,, ,,,„,. ,,,„
Opera  Housi    n this city  next wil,.N ,j,is ..,,.,,-in! ., ,,,„„ ,.|
Thursday  eveninsr,  to si eel   i ,l|M      (,|Iallsivo  | defensive,
candidate in 'Pf Opposil oi   * ,vu)  ,..,.,, ai*a\\ n up betwee
teres!at Ihoapproaching Pruvui ,,,,.. .,, S| |V„ ukU!ivU| i;,
'■'"'   elections,   «        .loubl .,,,,„„,,,.,,„ ha> ,„„ v„, , „,,,,„
bring together the gn &nii ,,   -H „  thhlf, llml s ls .„
the electors in  tl sil sti cl who us tube absolutely sure to result
are   o] 1    to   *   •   presenl ,„iim lhe outbul.s, ot ,.,,„,.„,,„
Provincial Government. o( ,„,,,.,,.,,„,„.,,  rrjlM„isi,ip that
The common  interesl  of  the h:i-   ,,wurml     within    recent
people is a wise and jusl admin- ","",lls*     A1""^   everywhere,
istratiou of  the affairs '   ''lvn,'a iuul Gmlt Dnl
Province.  This we have   .      id ':       '      ' '  is hailed with de
in the past,    The Government •'-" '
has been one that has worked a Tl s   friendliness    is  taking
the interests oi  the few  asop substa'    '    shal"      "    iu the
posed   to   the   masses  oi   thi      ' ' ; " " :
ai--.: ods    '*   commercial   inter-
co irs.    Sonu     ■ * *: - '.*.'. wheu
The  duty,  then the the subject was up for discussion
people on this occasion is appar- at Ottawa, one of '.he greatesl
ent, They must select is their pracl I lra« - I il were
representative a man who can be urged against I ugofthe
fully trusted to represent their Stickine River aud Teslin Lake
interests.  And when sueh a man Railway,  was that   the United
has I n chosen, there should be States would  uot  allow  Ilritish
im hesitation in according him ocean going vessel s to lighter at
tin* full measure of their iindi* fort Wrangel withoul paving
viileil support,    There will be duly.    This difficulty has now
undoubtedly al the convention ii  I n fully s ithed out  by the
differ 'e of opinion at ilu*.nit- Americans    themselves.      The
sel as i.i who should be entrust- treasury department at Washing-
nl wiih ihe important duties of ton has issued a circular pro-
district representative, Imi the uiiilgatiiig a system of regula-
opinion of Ihe majority should tions governing vessels, goods
be i ii in U- iiiirpiuliliodly unaui and passengers entering the
in.ins.    That is the only basis of Stickine river, which show  that
understanding on which thu)    the United Statos have granted
pie should go inlo n eon volition every possible concession Can-
uf ibis liiiul.  Thero is no middle ada  could  expect   and   which
course, nllow fi ly thai  a transfer of
cargoes and purchases at   Wriin-
A    m;l"    shoul v"    ""' gel can be made to another Brit-
sll'mig r his convictions, and Lh x^| for transport to Teslin
those convictions should  be bis La,{e [m] lh(, Vu|{ou m „ (,
guiding line; an  should not Tho ill)1)01,lant sections of lhesc
hositalo io acknowledge and us- ,egulalions ,,,„, ,ls follows.
sen thoso convictions i.i lho face -Any foreign vessel shall enter
of any sort of i sition whul   ffmngel nnder lh„ s.ii.,'i*v:si,.i.
soever.    Men ure  living  their of the customs officers,   A Brit-
s-!",,lir ,h"*vi"v l","'l»"" ish vessel may then (a) proc I
1,1 »"■ ;""1 '"" *"'rls '"' mere to her destination, (b) transfer
cringers to tin* will ol others. c.arg0 am| 1)assengers, if destined
they musi asseri ihemselves us ,„ ;, ,„,,,*„ Alnsk.,, „, ,,„ Am(,,,
Richard   McBiide,   who  was color is lent to these i-iiinors by |*
defeuleil in Wesliuinislei' disiriei   lhe an* iif settled gloom and nml    j:
in the Dominion Elections by luicholy which has fallen iipmi |
Aulay Morrison, Liberal, will official circles in Madrid. There Ji
1'oniesi Dewdney againsi Mr lsiislroiigappenraiici)tliatiSpii,inl||
Sword in the Provincial (lovern bus rueeiveil hnd news nnd is try ||
monl interest. ing in suppress il   This sorrow   |jE
Mi* Semlin, opposition leader,  ful Intelligence mighl be lhe de   EE
expects n   majority  of   leu   for  foul of Hits Spanish squadron, or ||
tho opposition at   'be iipproacli   il mialil he lhe develope I  of ||
an acille crisis in lias ana. ivliore |E
rj"'
they go through   life.     Is   there   ;
any nlher thing in Ihese worldly
concerns worth living for. than
in lu* a man amongst men?
ican vessel, ni' id transfer her
cargo or passengers if destined
lo a purt or place in llrilish
i lolumbin in* ihe Northwest Ter-
As io ih.* convention, ii is ritories, to an American or Brit-
doubtless in be rogretted that ish vessel, which shall clear for
somesche had not I n work- Wrangel in the manner prescribed nu' in [lermil everv voter to '*' ■- '"'-
,-ecord his vote *.•. tl thi i nosl Under the heading of "privil-
conve   ence   mil .vil out     she   cges" the Washington authorities
ng    eeessan   * an lo  fori  '■'r"vU"  thu1   "Bl'itisb   vessels
...       s plying on the Stickine river may
Oth.       se, the e.xciisi  tobi  offi       ',m'h n(  *"* '" All,sl{" l"Ml"'
■   ' purchase of fuel or supplies or in
disiI'e.-s. in* ihai tlu* supervising
As   he conveiitio     -    on.si officer of customs of Alaska shall
tuted, every elector opposed in from lime to time station officers
the present Government   v. ;   he at such places as ho deems n»c-
l hi          eusl   i' ■■ essary,   and   such    officers    so
viae in favor ol a: . i md 'i.n.' be placed mny isyuo permits for tin
maj   i."'   ion ittei wlm.    All temporary landing of passengers,
that he will be required to do bo- No merchandise is to be landed
fore voting will lie in sign tha at such places.   Vessels descend'
declaration of opposition  to tin* ine Hie riser wero in i* ive llu
presenl  Government  which  we same treatment by  reporting ut
|u*iui  in another column.   Tin- Wrangel on going mil.     Hon.
alone will constitute Inm a fully Clifford Sifton and the govern
qualified delegate al the conven inenl which havo tried to socuri
linn. the concessions must begratilled
ui their complete success,
That the delegates lo the con      W||(JI| ,|i(. „,,,,„,,„„„ v ,,„„„,
vunl      Wi"    colnl'ns()     '"'"">■   foi'l'anada In ,',-,',iiniealeil   wil
 ■"' """' '"' ""••"<'■'- bn done wilh the utmost  hoarti
of the districl we  i confident ,„._     Th„   lllllli,,lti„„   ,,„. .,,
of. nml Ihercstillol the election j,,,,,.,*,,,,, ,„„.,„„„„,,r n„. |ij.,g|isl
will thoroforo bo prnclieally de ^|ll.;il.,,,,. ^.ople the wor vol
"■"". h" next Thursday'..  ,, nn  ,,„,,,„,. M y  ,,,.„„„
vontion. Ilf ,UI onihusiasl,   li is already i
reality.
Ai ihopresonl tvi'ilingit seems 	
questionable whether  Mnn ('ol, BORN
Baler, ih" sitting men ,* fm* Cl|IH M   A|   ,..„.,   S|1„,|(, 0|
lho district will  present himsell May "at h, I Hllil, lho wife of W
I'm* re-election, sn strongly have A. Chisholm, of a sun.
THM PROSPECTOR, PORT STEELE, B.C., M\V 28, I '.ts.
K-tL'tinm»iMfii>'*',n'nntiiilT!nnimrtiTnnniTnTin*nn,mn!!TTTTmmniTnnTtn       c a
(GICAL WORKS, ll
FFICE. . ,   |
ICTORIA, B.C, if
S„ MINING ENGINEER.
SOLE "ROPRIETOR AND MANACEH. 33
tp    mil.II ASS.W, $I.(HI.       (iol.l) AND
sii,vi*:i;, $i.iiu.        sn.vi'iu j
l.l'.AIi, sum.
iliil.ll, Sll.VI'ilt ANDCUl'I'I'li:. til.
0TI1B1!   MKT.SI.S IIN   Al
MILL  TKS
The Stamp Mill has a capacity
Tb" Chlorinalion Plnnl - Tons a day.
S. A. ROBERTS, 1». L. S.,
33
buuuuuiiniiMuuuiiuuuuuuiiuuiiuuituiiuuuuiiuuuiiuuuuuuuniiuiiUi'f^
I  i   Urown, who has resign   Hie conditions must In* frightful, 'i*o>"'i"uiJiiuii«iiiiiu'inuiiniu'uuHuu.'.ii.uUiMiiuiiun»iim/iuuiii'ii/uiiiuiine,
UllUi
imi,,
d   ihe  posl mastership nf  New \giiin. it niiglil healarinilig con
Westminister,   ssdl  nm  [or the dititins in Spain, where the gov-
Legislature in ibe opposition in ernnionl bus lo lace Intrigue nn.l
lores I in Ihal cil s a rising revolution   If Corvara's
I'lie    lE'ssaini    Trnilas   and sqiiiitlron liiis been defeaied lhe
I .aiinr  Vssocidl mn have |iass,'d a uesvs can nol lung he held in coll
strong   resolution    denouncing cealmont,    li  would   he only a
Hon  i.   II   Martin,  Chief Coin short   run   frnni lhe scene of the
uussiiiu.it* nf  Lunds and  Works battle lo some cable station on
ns a champion of Chinese labor lhe  llrilish,   French or  Danish
in this Province. islands.    And il would not be a
long i*iiii inlo Key West.
Thv   Accident    Tlmt   Killml   Dnlloii       ,', , ,      ,       ,    ,
Mc0arthy, I I'on the other hand, the navy
„..      ,, i,      ,, ,,   ,, ,   department at Washington seems
\\ hen linliou Met urihv start       ',
i   „„, t;     ,',.i    ,. lo have a :*onvicliou llial the oil
ed   out   ou   his   lulal   drive   ini '
.,, ,ti* t posin.' Heels have mil   yel. come
ItU'onto,    with    bis   coachman, ,
Thomas Taylor,  who had I i, tojwther.   Aa It claims to have
with,he family for40years, he locfted  i1"'  Spanish squadron.
, it   i   \-    .and is in frequent communication
was driving a  horse culled   i u-:    . , '
with our own squadrons, it ought
I'.nu. a handsome, high-stepping
buy. one of a team whicli he had
driven for over a year. This
horse is between six and seven
mmw
to l<now.
London, May 24.- In the house
of commons today Sir Charles
years ..Id and has a good temper, IDUke aud Mr*  Labouchere, und
but  last   winter,  with  another others,  vainly tried to get the
horse, Yukon ran away, and once Government to fix a day for the
a horse dues this he is always discussion of the recent, ISinn-
dangerous  and   the  one great  Ingham speech of Joseph Cham-
fault of his nervousness.     It is;berlain  ""  the  subjeel   of  an
apparent   as   he stands  in the Anglo-American alliance.
stable, in ihe eye half turned     Slr     Michael    Hicks-Beach, |
backward,   und   tho    sensitive chancellor of the exchequer, and      Is  now  open   for  the  benefit
quiver nf the nostril. Mr- Ceamberlain both expressed
their readiness for such discussion, but only upon a proper reso-
mm
as
EVEKYTHING
IH
Drugs % Patent
Fine TOILET SOAl'S.
Flni' IMPOBTEO I'ElirUMESi
film HAIli. TOOTH ami NA I. BBUSHES,
( t II!  1
A. VV. BLEASDELL,
Pioneer Drug Hall,
Fort Steele, B. C.
Graduate Ontario College uf Pharmacy.
SIIA'KU, *l -.11.
Nl. IJOAIl, mi .SO,
n
I'LIOATION.
rs:
of ^0 Tons a day. ?
iusiness M<jr
nun
UUli
jMedicincs.
Cceur d
hotel
•   ••   PORT   STEELE,  li. (',
/. a. Mcdonald,
'Alene
As   Mi*.   McCarthy   and   hi
coachman drove down Beverley
su t, which runs on a grade to lulion representing a largo sec-
Queen street,  of II  sudden  the! Hon nf lhe house,
doors  of   the   Baptist  Church
were thrown  open,  u   shufl  of
JOE MARTIN IN IT.
NEWLY FURNISHED
FIRST-CLASS IN KV
Proprietor.
of tlu* travelling public
MODERN IMPROVEMENTS
1RY RESPECT
The Dining Room is under the imnagement of Mrs. Underbill
He and W. W. B. Milnncs Ri'inforco
the Opposition Rnnks.
Hon. Joseph Martin will run
as a straight opponent of lhe
Provincial Government  in Van-12 IJy
.•ouver.     W. WE B, Mclnnes, M. IS
Highland Cream,
P. bu* Nanaimo, will also bo in\"********t**************
light streamed out, and lho people massed on the steps, descending. This startled the horse,
und with a boll he started,
throwing the coachman out ut
about "iH Beverley street; then,
getting llie bit under his tongue,
he mude n mad rush towards the field ns an opponent of the
Queen, the high dog carl sway- Turner administration. He will
ing wilh the speed and Mr. Mc- nm either in North Nanaimo
Curlhy using ull his force to ,„• Comox. Joseph Martin is
slop the frightened animal, but, probably one of the ablest men
having control of the bit. it in Canada today, Be isa vigor-
could not be done. ,ous fighter and an untiring work-
Expressman Crashley shouted ,',. . ,,
to "jump," an almost impossible «"• llls aocesslon >" ""' "I'l"''
thing to do in such a vehicle, |sition ranks will strengthen the
with every nerve braced in a party throughout llm Province,
supreme effort, The cart slewed The fuel that HE W. B, Mclnnes
around Heverle.y into Queen a ig Uu.0WiUg „., his s(,.„ in the
very short turn, uud striking the * . . ,. ,, ,, . ,
curbstone upset both horse and Dominion Parliament to take an
curl, throwing McCarthy oul active purl in tho campaign
and bringing his bead violently against tho Turner Government
into contact  with  a   telegraph is significant,
pole.
Best Cuisine in East K<
Steamboat Landing witbiu
*>***************
Dmmnn
1898
EC
OF WORLD WIDE FAME.
!
Tnmmimimnnm irm-mmmn
EACIER'S
HIGHLAND
CREAM.
Vil. ifcil. ilul. ilal/il, iii slill. it. sb sb ilu lli ibii.il. iiii. it. ii.il/ it, ibi
otcnav H0ME C0MF0RTS
nue minute's walk,
Highland Cream, 1
iiiiii
\Wi
AS SUPPLIED TO      |
| II. II. The Sultan i
Hrilisli Central
Commissi!
■j-fipHlijlTin, 111111 test 11 fi 1' li I' T1I1ST 1t'»i'(ii»tt'''Mi<l
HIGHLAND CREAM  is especially suited on account of its
AIISOI.rTK ITIIITV   for use ill hoi cliinnles.     ll  enjoys the largest
sale of any Scotch  Whiskey  in   India, Mexico, Central Africa
ami Siiiiiii America.
ELECTORAL    DISTRICT    OF    SOUTH    EAST    KOOTENAY.
OPPOSITION   CONVENTION
At a largely attended meeting of the Electors of this
District, held at Fort Steele on May 23rd, insl., a resolution was passed culling a Convention of all Electors in
this   District   opposed   to  the   Provincial Government to
Tiie opera house, Fort Steele,
THURSDAY EVENING, -JUNK 2ND,
At   HkJO   o'clock,
in select ;i Candidate in the Opposition Interest.
All Electors favorable to the cause are invited  to al
tend and lake part in the proceedings,
Tin* Inline im; are the names ol the Committee;
ll, L, T. GALBRAITH      A, IE GRACE
l,E MATHI3H VV. Is'. Is'uss
WE HAILLIE .1. A, HARVEY, Chairman
A, C, NELSON, Socrotary
hut Steele,   li.  (',,  May 24th,   1898,
H. G. 1
SOLE AG
Golden and Port
African
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JARSON,
ENT,
Steele, B. C.
W
GREAT        E
Northern    \
Railw
THIS SI'KVKVIIU'S CHAIN  MA
TUAN8CONTIN15NT
Ii is tin* mtiBl modern in oqiilpiriui!
ii Ims 11 roiili linlliiHl 1*1 ihi 11 ii'il: II, Crosse
ssiiliiiiii 11 luml Ki-iiiit or jfovuriiinont ul
.*iii|ili.j.".; il is tlie only lino si'i'irliiK im
TtllTOUdll TIIK llltAM.KS'l' S
IIY   HAVI.li
I'm* foli'T STI'.I'',I,K iiiiiI llio KAST I
Stiijro fi'  Isnlispi'll,   Stoiimlioiit
ilurlnij iSiiiiiin.'i'.   Quickest mill Host 1
Statos, Kiisti'i'ti 1 'iiimilti
FOI' llllips,   lii'llrls llllll i'..lll|ilrli* i
ll.'lll'tlsl. Ilgl
ci;.DixiiN.i; rn! Agont,
Spokano  Wush.
ay.
I*. IT TIIK SllllliTI'.ST
II. KOUTE,
; il, is llm lu'iivii'si, riiil.xl lino',
nn siutil ili'si-rts; It wns  liuilt
I: ii is imi.<<l for courtesy nf il*
'ulsnn ilu' n in carlo plan,
KiNKHV IN' AMKIIICA
lll'l'.
OOTKNAY MINKS, Wookly
ntiiiiiiii'iiliiiiis from .li'iniiiiivs
mi.' 1.1 nil 1 iin-i.-. nf iln< United
nml Kurnpi',
tot-mutton unil in* nilili'i'ss
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,1,WHITNEY, (I. IE nml T, As
SI. Paul, Minn.. THE PROSPECTOR, FOKT
STEELE, H. C, MAY 28, 1898.
•f. .,. .,. oimrmiwinnnjm'-tfuinrijm
W *|T IfirftjuiKiwiviiwriiuwfa ■
HOTEL "VENOST
B'l'I'j^MB^!'!!
New house.   New furniti
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H. REINEMAN, Prop.
Fort Steele, Ii. C.
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SATURDAY, MAY 28, 181)8,
■■nils
iiy Sum'
fid In uni
John Bull and Uncle Sam.
.Inliii Hull once Inul li llttlo boy,
Who ran away from homo:
The hardy fellow, full of joy.
Loved In lhe west to roiini:
lie Imil lhi' dUrUUJ of his sire.
He hud his nonius, too,
And tlm' he pusseil thru' slorins of Hit.
He aye the strongor drew;
[righting llttlo Sum.
Plucky Utile sum.
A world in lie. for mnnklnd free!
Susv pushing llttlo sum.
.Inliii Hull once tried to stop his growth,
nm Sum hit nul at onco,
Sn iiinn niii .loliii ror pence wus loth.
Ami censed tin* youth lo bounco.
To manhood's lusty force nnd vim
Ho grow ut freedom's run.
And millions went ii) worship him,
So he lliuile room fm* nil:
Mighty Dnolo sum.
Glorious Undo Sum.
Prom sen to sen. groat, bravo nnd freo!
Spri'inl dauntless Uncle Sum.
.lulm Hull, with proud mul loving hurt,
This message to hlm sends:
"Dear Sum] ul ymi nron part,
Wo musi   sii'shull in*
United svo'll ilaro war's u
Slink,'li Is my hoy   I
linn-nil' i'iiiiii'nil lhe w*01
We ssill um em	
Tin Union Jncliol John'
Tlie Slurs nn I Stripes of Slim!
Sliull rulurs ne. mi imul uiul sou.
Time clients fur John uml Slim."
William Allan, M I'.
London, April llllll.
Stabbed By A Negro.
Kaslo, it. C. May 24, This
morning a serious staboing
affray occurred, tlm victim of
which may lose his life, Walker Beaty, colored, got into u
warm argument with (lus Loft-
stedt, one of the proprietors of
the Slocan beer hall of tliis city.
Suddenly ami withoul warning
Beatty drow a pocket knife and
stabbed Loftstodt several times.
Dr. Ilartiii was called and ascertained that thore woro threo
tleep hut not necessarily filial
wounds, unless blood poisoning
sots in, and six oilier stabs mil
so  serious.  ()ue  of the   wounds
nearly severed ihe artery of tin
victim's neck, unil there was a
llotllOl' deep gllSll oil one shoul
der mid one in his side.
Beatty started to Sandou nt
once, hnl Chief of Police Adam;
was notified of lln' assault and
Officer Milne wus sent aftor tin
fugitive,   Beatty was caught in
the outskirts of the city, makingI many citizens of Port Steele,
for the Kaslo-Slocan railway was prostrated by au apoplectic
track. He is now in lhe city jail1 tit on Sunday last and died on
awaiting the result of his victim's | Monday night. Deceased I ad
injuries. gone from lhe Mission on Sn
Both men had been drinking, day with   Rev.   Pather Wai
and had quarreled before. Beatty. und at Swansea he assisted
has baen city dog catcher and Rev, Pather iu the eelebrat
it i
has   an   unsavory  reputation.
Loftstedt is spoken well  of. and
those who know him say he i
a peaceable disposition,
Ki
of tht! Mass that moral
Shortly afterwards the apoplt|
of seized him, and although he
covered consciousness afi
| wards, all efforts to avert f
results were unavailing
Pather Coccola was in atte
unco.
The remains were remove
the Mission, where the interment
took place in tlie R. C. Come
oil Wednesday.
Up lo the time of his last
den illness deceased had bet
Constable Took Eevenge.
Kushkonook, May 28.—This
lillie town was throwniiitoafev-
er of excitement yesterday by
the brutal arrest and incarceration of R. M. Nesbit, editor of
the Searchlight, the local weekly, by Constable Forrester, Tlie
latter is of n quarrelsome disposition and  drunk   most  of the|BXCel]en,  |leaith, and had 1
lime, uud his actions have been|forso Iimi, eXpeoting tin
extremely distasteful ami odiou
lo all citizens.
tsry
rival of his wife and other
! hers of the family from A
SSI
Lasl week's Searchlight had i,,,*., N v.- T whoro d(,
the following article*.
" A so-called lind man wilh shotgun uml Iiiii* revolver was parading Ihe streets lasl Sunday mid
helped lo break llie monotony
caused by the Raines dry law in
this quiet burg,"
Forrester vowed vengeance,
and took it in lhis way. Nesbit
hns been released an his own
recognizance. Many good citizens have signed a petition to
Oold Commissioner Dennis al.
Nelson requesting Forrester's removal. A fund bus been subscribed ami a prominent Kaslo
attornoy has boon retained lo
push lhe case to u hiller end.
Kuskonook business men are
dolorminod lo he rid of Forrester, who has been decidedly objectionable to llll classes since
his coming here.
SUDDEN   DEATH.
George Guild Expires Aftor  un At-
tttck ot Apoploxy.
Oeorgo (linlii. ;m elderly gon
I Ionian, who had been living nl
SI. Mury's Mission since lusl
full, ami who hud become well
and favorably known  lo a good
previous lo coming here cur
ou a ranch for some years,
son Oeorgo (iadd  is inters
with Father Coccola in lhe
sion ranch.    Another son,
at, one   time was  employed
steward or purser on one of
river boats here, is now an e
neur ou one of the steamer
the  Empress  Line.    Dece
originally came from  Mam
ter,   England,   where   he   It
dueled   a   large   foundry
ness.    His brother is provos
lhe R. ('. Cathedral of thai i
Deceased    WUS   upwards    of
years of ago, of nngngin
qualities, and a most complin
able gontloinan,
Public Mooting.
There will be u meeling ol
directors   nml   friends   of
"Victoria  Jubilee"   llos|iitn
the Public School   on   Mm
nexl ul   I  o'clock  p. iii.    A
attendance is requested,
I Iwillg   lo   the   illness of ,
Mclnnes mnl Mrs. Undorhill
Ice-cream social for the Bull
Fund of lhe Presbyterian < Ih
arranged lo tuke place on
Queen's Birthday wns post]
to July.
re.   Everything iirst-c
Restaurant open
day and night
W\
All the delica-
1   cies of the season
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Special sample rooms for travelling men.
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1-nil Prices.  CommitSelection,
Tuns Furnished I
WE CHARGE NO COMMISSION. WE BUY RljjflT OUT
FURS
Hides, Pelts, Wool,
TALLOW, GINSENG, SENECA.
Write for Circular giving Latest Market Prices.
IMMEDIATE REMITTANCES.
JflS. MCMILLAN & GO.
Inc.
NO COn1
200-212 FIRST AVE
MINNEAPOLIS,
MISSION i;.-! :.,\i. D
NORTH
MINN.
lhe
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lied
Sullivan Diamond Drills
Most accurate and most economical prospecting drills made.
Drills of all capacities, operated by hand or horse power, .■.team,
compressed air or electricity.
SULLIVAN MACHINERY COMPANY.
305 and 306 Rook?ry, Spokano, Wash.      • ■      Chicago, 111.
KNIGHT .V STONE, Acsents
CONTRACTORS FOR PROSPECTING MINERAL LANDS.
The LopiBlnturo Prorofruod.
Victoria, li. (E, May 20, The
Legislature finished up ils work
last night, ami wus prorogued
lhis afternoon. In moving the
adjournment Proniior Turner an
noiiiiced Ihal he could Sliy llinl
Ihe road from Teslin Lillie In the
StlkillO would be buill iiiiniedi
ately, and lliul lhe railway fnun
Uossland   lo   Ihe   const    would
commence nl once. In II' monihs
more thoy would see Ihe road ill
operation botwoon Vornon uml
I'cuiicioii iii ibe Uoiiudary < 'reel.
district, The House sunj_r "I imi
Save ihe Queen" nl iid'ournn I.
Wiilili TSokh OlINiiwIiiiiiiilliinil.
SI. Johns,   ,\E    IE    Muy "(I,
Tin*  government   tonight    dis
pulchod lie1 colonial cruiser ''In
ra in patrol lhe coast  lo ivalch
for    lh«    possible   COlnillg   of  II
Spanish Heel io ilu su waters.
New Store and  Res
At St. Eugene Mission near the
IWIINBRS'   SUPPLIES,   C^
IES,    PROVISIONS,
J. M. Carroll
NOTICE.
• in iliijH nfiitr Mui'' i Intond io n-ppis
in     Die    l.iii'i    Cam m UhI mier    hi    Fori
Hteajc   tn pure hum iiir rnllriwlnw hi pled
nmi iinrowrveil I'rrmn i.in.u rrmii tin (tovrrii
rn.nt   Hlliiulrilnl tin- iiliil.ii ^'  m ,m    I,,.
'.'•■'     ,   ' ■.:,.. i   p]H|ltt'd 111 ,i   pi..nl
ii. nt ilu- luiul iii '-i   Mnry -■ |,nlu< itntl ndji mnn'
 .'iiie Mmiiii forty
i'liuiu     theiii't en ■ fori i     i      ll i i
forty I'lmliiHi ilionec wesl furty ■ liulm i.> the
[mini .if i,iitmm,iH'.,tniini nnd I'ontn i LHrt-e
Imiidri 'i und nv. m <,.,,■■   ■■    •   .
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Dnted ill Korl Steeli Mn) Bill l-.".    t.'-.m
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THE PROSPECTOR, PORT STEELE, B.C., MAY 28   1808
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 F03T STELE, B. C.
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Two Commodious San orGt  meixlal Men       * !!c>! Accommodations in Fort Steele now
I'urster was in Colyille tryin-a ^ * -:>. ready   for  gUCStS.        HflE
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Fort Steele. I
HOUSE
Fort Steele, B. C.
WILLIAM  FORSYTH,   PROPRIETOR.
H e a d q u a r t e r s -~**m
Zs       This ir- one of the besl  appointed   Hotels inti
S£ Pol'l   Sleele   Disll'irl.
Every   room   is   comfortably   furnished.
When you visit Port Steelo you will miss it if you doul    ^3
slop at  ibe, ^3
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Cicaiieral Merc ha ret AND
Lwiqwor Dealer.
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„.,„.. *£ Maiuit'actiiier of all Kinds of Lumber
, ...    :;1 •■■ A large assortment of seasoned
n|,|'',|i uusl   eniiivi;   ov i   there. j| Lumber and Shingles al-
James Mum ■ ihientofj^ ways  on   hand.
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the ■ * npan; and tic  B. Mu
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■"'" £ DirneaisJots Lumber a Specialty. -■;
WflSfl. ■■•B.G.
I*i' '   Class  lirands <il   Liquors and Ci^nrs.      Head-
ijuarters     for     Mining     Men.       Comniodious
Sample   Rooms.       Best  Cuisine  in   the
West.      Modern   Conveniences.
I Ionic   Comforts,
). McNeish.    -    Proprietor
FORT STEELE. B C.
Ponticlon
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^; Manutaciurers of. and Dealers in *
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Quiet Home Comforts *
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sn,,,,,      ::, All Kinds ol Kouiin and Dressed Lumber, Mould- *                           A lirst Class Bar. *
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CALL   POR    PRICES.
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|ll*l'|l'll S|    . "'   S|   ' ■	
he inuii'. ',. eni down .     fc
,, mnn i i ««L THE  LATEST PASHI0NS||
i**i.' 11 Iinni.* on the
uml has since oecouie
K'ni l<)  Mounlain Avenue     p-
First Class   3
Lodging House, j
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OPPOSITE  THE  STEELE  HOUSE |
PRICES TO SUIT EVERYBODY. ^
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Mrs.   l^evett     Prop. 3
Ki'iuii   lho slni'l  Topping  Inul
lil. :.. 11     11 1....1 1 !
'■""I1   He ealculaled|MR8l harwood       miss du
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TRAVELLERS,   TO   AND   PROM   PORT   STEELE    AND
KALISPELL,
Will find the best of accommodations at
THE WEST
HOUSE.
C. M. Walker, Prop.
Kalispell Montana. THE PROSPECTOR, FOKT STEELE B. C, M.\
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T. MCVITTIE,
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Sole Agent for the
FORT  STEELE
TOWNSITE
Rich Placer discoveries oil Brewery and
Nigger   creels
In 1860 Twenty Millions were
Horse creek
History repeats itself
taken out of Wild
WATCH THE PROGRESS OF FOKT STEELE
1
of Eas
The Center of The Great Mining
The  Crow's Nest
T. T. McVITTIE,
SOLE AGENT,
District Reached By
Pass  Railway
FORT STEELE, B.C.
o I —u_i.--j.Trr;-
Tl
IK PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, It. 0 MAY
1MIS.
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Mining Brokers and
Commission Agents
OPTIONS   CARRIED,   AND   MINING   DEAL3   TRANSACTED.
P
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Correspondents in London, New York, Montreal and
Agents for
Toronto.
Nicholls A- ISagshaw,
MINING ENGINEERS & BROKERS,   WINNIPEG, MAN,
Representing SANDYCROPT MACHINERY Co, limited
Stamps, Batteries **> Acoess
WALLACE, & Go, ltd. Cyanide Manufacturers.
J. BIRCH ii Co. ltd. Merchants & Engineers.
All Glasses Mining Machinery, Engines S Boilers, etc
Corivs S
Vuents for
NEW KORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.
TRAVELLERS ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO.
AGENTS
for the
Maun he im Insurance Company.
Vl4Jv   wVPVy%KW\. r   sbyter-  Elton's Advertise ut on the 8th
FITLMER 6c KERFOOT
ROYAL   MAIL
PASSENGER      AND      EXPRESS      LINE
  BETWEEN   	
GOLDEN   and   FORT   STEELE.
GOING   NORTH.
Stage leaves Pout Steele Monday noon and Saturday al 8 a. in.
Stage arrives al Windermehe Tuesday p, m, and Sunday noon.
Steainor leaves Windermere Wednesday at  I a. m. and Sunday noon.
Steamer arrivos nl Goi.dej) Wednesday p. in. nnd Monday noon.
 ^^^^^M I'OMIXli   SOUTH.
^^^■^^M^^^^^^^B^HIHMIi . Sli'iiiiii'i* leaves (Joi.de.n Tuesduv nt la.      anil Pridnv al -l :-..
Wo will insure money and packages to and Irom all parts    Steamer arrives at Windermere Tuesday p, in. and Friday p. in,
ot the United States and Canada. Stago leaves Windermere Wednesday noon nnd Saturday noon,
Arrives nt Port Steele Thursday nl li p, m. nnd Sunday at ii p.m,
SATt'liDAV, MAY _-. hie
r.n.iii s advertisement on llie sih
■   "   page, giving lho iime table of
■ '' Dr. the new stage line arrangement.
al Thoro are now twostagesa week
*■■   -   ■ ilrs.   .Md ines, connecting    with    the   Upper
tn   •       Ladies A I Society.   " Columbiii steamers for Golden,
VV i"ii I o inn ,v I. i n 11 - .* i ,p^^^^^^"^^^^^^
LOCAL NEWS NOTES.
* in a lew days, the*
will have the largest and tinos "** ' ■*■    ' o    .I, s & Co. are manufacturers
slock of dr-   goods and   -gents £:. "*   " *- oss valuation of of  tirsl   class   cedar  shin-ies
,ra,sl1 : in Eu«l K nn ' '    -   "-*' ^.Sti Patronize home industry; lowest
Rev. Mr. Diiiicai] lea\'es bj
stage for ' ..El.ii He will go It
Donald, i-iitiirning wilh Ei> wife
nml family in n couple nl wee s
Hi-, pulpil will be snp|ilied in his
absence by Mr. McKay.
Km; Sai.k Thirty tons of
good liniothy hay. Apply lo IE
I.. 'IE (ialbrailli,   Indian OlHce,
Pol'l  Sleele.
The Pyrninid Kootenay group
of mining properties in lhis dis
i rii'i is iiiiilei'siiiiiii in lie nw nod
principally by Kiiglishmun who
own llie bulk of llie stock ill the
ruinous I,'in Tint.i Copper Mining i 'n.. ol Spain, li is a very
i i.li corporation and is able to
pay I per eenl. interest on I'll,-
.", I'E11'" of lirsl mortgage bonds,
ii per eenl, on (.'l.ii-JE.noii of
prefei'i'iice shares, nnil lately a'
In per cent, di' idi ml on '-'l.i'.EE.
(mn of ordinary slock, besides
placing   nl   Hn*   lasl   dividend
declination    fhi,    io   reserve
fund. The hitherto fortunate
stockholders now tremble, however, for banki'iipl Spain may
well, ii is thought, seek to tax
riglil li. *,i\ iiy almost lo ruinous*
ness   -..   *. al labli property
iimi is largely foreign owned
* n suave A clean When Hon, Col. Baker rends
and cool and refreshing shine the long string of names that
go io Ure/. the Barber, next the will be attached the "declaration
International Hotel. *    of political faith" at the Opposi
tion Convention next Thursday,
Mrs. Henry Broulette, we re- he will probably begin to con-
grot to sny. has been extremely skier whether Cassiar would not
low during the week.   As we go * be a safer retreat for him,
in press the symptoms nre re-!
ported to ne n little improved, A few new novelties in silk
but ber condition is still ex- waist patterns at Mrs, E, ,1.
tromely critical,   It is a case of Highwardous. *
lilooil poisoning after childbirth.
Mrs.  Malcolm Mclnnes is re-
Mrs.  Sprague will open her covering from a severe attack of
lee ('renin Parlor on Sunday.   * lagrippe.
Government Agent Armstrong    Thomas Alliee,   representing
has been appointed distributing|Turner, Beeton & Co., of Victor
ia,  is iii the city oil a business
trip.
I'reshnieiit booths on Queen's
Birthday report n profit of about
■s:ih for the Porl Steele Hospital.
Their exertions are much appreciated,
l i    " '•■""'-'"c*,
collector ol voters for North and
Snnlli Easl Kootenay, He leaves
on Monday for Donald to revise
lhe Iisi ami apportion the names
according to thoir presenl place
of residence. This is rendered
necessary by the division of East
K lotenay into two electoral dis-
i ricts. The work is lo be completed by the IE It June. m\ 	
A. W, MeVittlo undC. I>. Band
(Spokane) aro negotiating the
sale iii an English syndicate of
the Golden Five group of miniii,
Victoria Aaltoni "1 hero seems 0f Wild Horse Creek.    Tin
,... .     ,   . .   ,   in lie a change in business all'    *'
u   Iii inn i\   I, in - i■       ,,     f   ,  w,    i
art.ami.     I'.ven   the   Pol'l   Steele
mmm—^^^mW I'i.-. "roi;.      far from proph
esying the overthrow oi lhu < iov-
.,     ' ",   "   ornmeut, has reduced tno whole
'    '    thing to tho meek, mild-ten ,
,*," rogationi 'Uou'lyuii think
i uboul lime we haii a change
1,1    -
ho govern ment ol  Hi
. * -
'•    - *     ' \        ,t    ,   *     ,; , *   ,     ..
1 es, llial   is   lhe   ouyslioii   ive
,   ,i ......  i. ...in i
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^jiixk. and    he answer lo     will lm
A tine merchants' lunch at the
Venosta liestiiuraiil every day at
IE o'eloek'.
M. A. BEALE"
Mining   Broker   and   Commission   Agent
AGENT   FOR   Imperial Insurance Co.       Canada Life Assurance
Co.    Sun Savings antl Loan Co.
Corresponding Mining Agencies in London, England, New York, .Montreal and Torono
Office:   Premises formerly occupied by C. F. Venosta. Townsite Agent. Riverside Avenue,
Fort Steele.
Moreing 6e IMeal Mining Code used.
H. T Brown, of the Cranbrook Herald, was in the city,
Wednesday.
STEAMBOAT ARRIVALS.
Lists of Passengers and Freight Inward During the Week.
NORTH STAR
Arrived Muy 22 -Freight   Mrs.(J.D,
Spruguo, 3 pkgs fruit; .1. VVolfo, I box
uurdwaro; P, Kaiser, il pkgs provisions;
^-^^ma^mmWMUUUWUk   I Tims. Attire, l-'nn Steele
The Indies iii charge of the re- |x-, ,,,,,„. Nl, ,-„. , hllx ,mmg, N< ,Jlm
,'shnieiit   booths   on   Queen's I
Fur
ui. I ease eggs; It. II.  Kurulou"sky, 6
coses fruit,
Passongors I.. Ernst, P..J, Nichols
.1. P. Kennoy, I. .1. Suva-jo, K. Loburoy
II. A. Oleson, I.. M. A.linn-.. II. .1
I'Vinier, Lord Norlmry, K, II. Coeli
I'linu, I 'Ine Thies,
KIMPTON &  PITTS
WINDERMERE *   DONALD
General Merchants
Mini supplies a mtu
I Miners going northward via Canoe River Route will thnl ii n large
saving and convenience to procure their supplies at Donald.
Agents at Windermere for tho California Giant Powder Co.
i*'Aii'i,'i*:i,.
Arrived   Mny  211   Prolgkl    (i.   It.
Mitii'i*. 17 pieces hardware; '.McMuiiou
"■ "•     Moyle, 'lo  pkgs  geuerul   mer-
T
I,en:-*  '   I      l,l"j	
Ihe cil .1 i .■ ■ - mi
on in Hn
West, and his many fri. nils her.
extended a hearty welcome to
him. lb* - associated with l>.
Mel lilli ra . toneiv.   bridgi
Raihva
it al   lho elections, when, il
lh rornmenl   is   not   over
*v*: whelminglj overthrown, wo wil
go mil ..: lhe prophesying bnsi
ness altogether.
W, II. Cowan,!', X. Ry.
II. Kelly, Moylo I'ity,
I'i, l„ Slovor, Corral I Creek.
Ceo, T. Mellregor, Moyle City,
C.'ii. llinl.
„      „    „, .,   uuuoi ii-niiimise;  fort Sleele MereinitllcCn., I    ;,' VS n!"'!8.0"'..!.',".   .!''
^^^^^m    ,        ,   . II. I. Ilt'iiiiii.   iiitil'i'iiiili.
way. unci the sulo is oxjiecloil   In ,'•:' pkgs geuerul inerehiiiidlso; Gilpin &     ,-. \.\ Sniilli, I'liur Mile.
be completed shortly.    Purlieu- Undsuy, ll pkgs genei-ul i-elmmllse;'   A. P. Ciiniinings, Wiinlni
lars will ho given lutor. i*E ,i. Cunn, i .h*l','iu: ii. k. lieaulo,
Craiilii'iiiili, Id pkgs drugs: II. [vcrsliuw,
The Queen's Birthday iittrac- a ploees lmrdwiire; A. W, Ulensdoll, I
lions this your  were  immensely ease ilriigsi Cnrlln & Durick, I'i f:i-f>
added in by ihe music furnished goods.
rov-lljy   lhe   l-'orl Sleele llrns.s linllil.      Pusseiigei's   ,1. I„ Hooge, Arl.Sinitli
Their services wero given perfectly gratis, and we do nol need
in sny   ihey  wen* appreciated'
thoroughly,    li costs money to
keep  up  a    band,   illld   eili/.ens|
generally,   we   feel   convinced,
\'in ' : i.n lut. Implements.
"■   .   bridge I -Bering's famous mowers, also
I «e./i.  harrows, plows, cultivators and
ail i,iher inipliments at (Iilpin &
Undsny's.
Tin*   hilesi    l*'usli .rn    II'l.ii'.-
every  i itli   a'  Cann's   Book
store *
A. IE (lampboll, ngonl of the
IVestorn I fnion Telegraph ('..in
pany al Spokane, i.s in ilu* city,
11.* mile u|i on a bicycle Ironi
Kalispoll, nml '.'■ ill remain a few
days.
Ai Hn* Queen's Birthday eon
cert, R, I,. 'IE (Jalbrnitli's un
iioiincuinont oi the rojiort thai
an Anglo American nllianco had
i..*.-it consuinmatod, wus i* nvod
wiiii greal cheering. There is
ns yel no conllruialory report of
tin- alliance,
i in*   Dominion   < lovurninoiil
A carload of shelf and heavy hus declined, for lho present al
a I'd ware   is   .In,-  t,,   „,,,,;,,,   ,,, I •, II ,.,.„,,11   t,, ,,,..,,a',    ,,;n.   n...
.a carioad oi siiutr and heavy hus declined, for lho present ni
hardware Is duo to arrive at all events, lo inlorfero wilh thi'
Gilpin   A*   Lindsays  in  n   row present  import   dutios on lend
M. ,1. Harvey, Siiporinteiidanl
of Construction of the Crow's
Nesl Ruilwuy, .spent a day nt St.
Eugene Mission lhis week.
und load products,
Euginoor Qauvrofiu of the
Crow's .Nesl Railway was in the
city from Isadore Canyon this
week.
will be disposed lo nul iu supplying lhe funds. Whul llu- bnnd
eliielly needs now i.s u uniform.
This would properly distinguish
ihe members on public occasions
from iiie citizen in ordinary civilian's clot bine*, und would add
very much io iheir effectiveness
ou parade, Some mothod should
be provided lo supply lhe fund.
Pol'l Sli'i'le bus rensoii lo hi
proud of lhe IEiii.E
Owing lo lhe illness of Mrs.
Itroiileite, iim Quoon's Birthday
sports woro changed from Riverside Avenue lo Selkirk Avenue,
ho Hint lhe sufferer mighl not lie
dlstlll'bod by ihe noise.
Highwardon the Barber has
pill iu two line biilh tubs lor pub-
'ic use.
Harry Cummins, V. ii, S., has
returned from the survey at Klk
Rivor.
SOUTH STAU,
Arrived May -7 Protghl L Cohen.
Itpkgslll. I'i, King, I: (iilpin ,\ l.in.l-
suy, 111 M. (ioodeiioiigh, '-■ I'-orl Steele
Mercantile Co,, To; c. Spriigno, 8; II.
T, Urown, t: A. II. Kiiratoll'sky, 10;
Turner, Uueton .v Co,, ins.
Piissengers .1, Johnson, .Mr.-. \'un-
Dooar, ll. VuiiDeear, II. I'E King, P. T.
OlCBon, A. Wnlliii*,*. I'Ims, Cray. Mrs.
II. T. Ili-own. T. Allii*.*.
HOTEL   ARRIVALS.
DALGAUDNO,
T, c. liiniktn, c. N, |{y,
.1. I!, Ilui'iiliiirl, MiX'l I.
P..I. linnii'.H, c. N, Uy,
II..I. Liunli.
ii.c. Pearson nml wile, VVIdluwood,
N, VV, T.
I,. M. Adams, Spokuuo,
(loo, Boiigiiorly, lli'cwi'i'v Ci'i't'k,
.Ins, l<:. Uiiiiiu. United Slill.-..
I-'. ll. Robins, Richmond, Vu,
.1. C,. Mi'li'iiu, Cri'iil Pulls.
Miss Arnold, Witi'iluer.
.1. A. Cnrllslo, Hpoltiine,
II. VV, lliimllev, Kalispoll.
VV. D. Korfoot, Goldon,
II, VVi'lliuiit, Nurih Slur.
INTERNATIONAL,
M. Slii'Miiu, Piii'ki.nliiiin, (Hit.
.1. II. Dirksiin,
K. Banyan, Nortli Hay, out.
M. G. Bunyan, Swansoa,
WE P. While. Ireliinil.
VViillurW'iileotl,
('Ims. .lugger,
VV. s. Criinston, Moylu i in.
■l. I. Hooge, '  "
It. A. Klmpton, Win.lef iv.
■V 11. Giiuvi-eiin, Isuduro Ciinvi
\Y, 'IE Kniiko, Crunliroiik.     '
I,'. IE ll.'.'iiii...
P. llinn.
A. .1.11,',1,1,.-.
G. K, l.r.-Nit. Ciilgni-v,
G. C. Hodge, Nolson,'
P. VV;ison, Goldou,
It' C. Howoll, Hull Kile,'
VENOSTA,
VV. II. Cmviin. Moyio Luke,
S. Mi'Lenil, ' "
M. s. Davis, Nolson.
T. G. Pronlor, "
11. Iheii'i'iiit Hull*.a', England,
M. Pye-Siiiilh,
VV. A. Armstrong, Toronto,
H. A. Gari'ut, Montroiil,
Jiiini's lli'vi'iuliigi', Vaneoiivoi'.
A. VVIn/.burgi Spokano,
.tus. A. Mi'llt'iin, Setttllo.
II. .1. Liunli, II.C. s. Ry,
Llinl Norlmry, I'lngland,
'I'iiiii Allii'i', V'ii'liiriii.
MOUNTAIN HOUSE.
II. II. Iliiiullliiii, Denver,
A. M, Thompson,
VV. A. Smith, Trail,
I'E ('. Itimi'h. i Inhlnii.
T, i*:. Miii.tii'i'.   "
Tom Hums, Movie ('iiy.
(.ei,. Hiissi'll,        "
■Ins. Mi'Nolll,        "
II. Harris, Spokane,
T. 10, llainlllon, Dnnvor,
Tom Hen, Traey.
ST. MAUY'S INN.
Thou. W, Morden. Pineliei* Creek,
\V. ,1. McKiiy, Traey.
Geo. Kl»k, Spokano,
■aUEEN'S   BIRTHDAY,
A Pleasant Oelohration  ol' the Di
lit Fort Stiiulo.
Citizens nml visitors iu Ibis
city enjoyed nu interestingaf'cr
noon's sports on Queen's Birthday, Musi of iho athletic ovonls
were keenly contested, and lho
horse racing alTorded good sport,
following i.s ihe Iisi of compotl
lions uiul prize winners:
sn,Mir ll,H'M' Itaee, 100 yards:  l.-i -flu:
2nd, •+."'.   Liiiriu foo tl, in he
In Isl   |ll'i/e.       Ul.   D'oiftWlck'
gelding (l.loiightonl: 2nd, Mi*
buy guiding,   Tlir.'ii run!
Pout Iiiii'i'. open, too yards; I-' '
Tiillii.'k: 2nd, VV, Wilson.
Pulling Shut: Isi. T. II. Tu
Allisli'i- llnherlsnn.
Sa.'li llui-e: 100yards; 1st, (,'.
2nd, ,1. Quinlivan,
Tlireo-legged Knee, 100 yards
lock uml Houghton: lutl, ,\
Josephs 11 ml inns l.
Running Long Jump; 1st. C
lock; 2nd,,I, IT, Taylor,
Slow Horse l(ui*e, ttOO yards; li I	
Ifi inhnili's: Isi, ,1. II. HurnoBj 2nd, P
Plntighlen,
Indian Puny Race, 1100 yards: 1st. My
uke: 2nd, Adrian.   'I en run.
Kgg inul .Spuiin Ihii'e. lllll viinls: Ist, ,1.
vVillliiinniirat! 2nd, \V. Wilson.
Running High .lump; Isi. 11, M. Tul-
look; llml, D. II. Robertson,
Iluys Hai'i*. 12years uud uniler: 1st, Dun
Lewis; 2nd, Harold Si'otl.
Ilorsn Hai'i', open, -HKi yards; 1st, *lo:
2nd, 95.    EntrunooM, to In-added lo
Isl prize.    Isl,   Adrian's  Imekskln;
2nd, I Irary's Nigger.   Plve ran.
Novelty Horse  liaee: e'gar anil sisla
hlsi'iill  usod;  Ist. till; 2d, Ki,    1st,
Eiistli-e: 2nd, II. \V. Harnes.
Ohslaeh. liaee: Ist. C. M. Tulloek: 2nd,
W. Wilson.
Wrestling nn Horseliaok. for  lailhins;
Audnw won.

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