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FORT STEELE, li. C. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 0,1807.
Now Advortisemonts To-day.
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Nulli'.'. Smiill lli'lil. emiil	
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M. hi inuil y   li ion- lloilu-l-
.lull WiU'li, Ele,   Tin- I'l'Miiiii'i
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';•  THE PROSH-CTOr:  *      .-
■'   TAINS ALL PUEL1C 110-      *
TICES AND CIVES THE
LATLiiT TELEGRAHPiC
AND LOCAL NEWS,
■
Nt) 18.
LOCAL NEWS NOTES.
wife to the Northwest.
US   I'm*  as   Maple   Cl'(
White-Fraser    goln
t) | Toronto,  whero she *|*
tho winter.   The Nml
never so prosperous
Whilo-Frasor,   as   no
Cl'OpS   IlllVe heen   gOO(
prices high, nnd tho p
a series nf good yeaf
tho people in the best
Ureal Hocks of wild
I*'. II. Smith,  nf Union, wont
through  nn  Monday   to   Coal
crook lo inlie charge of the Coal
Company's workings there. Mr.
Smith has been in the employ of I Lakes, being on th
Uie   Dunsiunirs on  Vancouver migration southward.
Island I'm'a long time as superin-
leiidant,  and will  lill a similar     You can find every!
• position here.   Mrs. Smith came market  at Gilpin A:
iu with him, and will romain at|Prices all right..
Port Steele during the wintei
The Indies of the
Mrs. Sprague expects a con-
,\_:iiiiieiit  of fresh fruit in a few
days.
NEW CATHOLIC CHURCH.
lie Weill
ok,   Mrs.
ensl     In
ill spend
iwost was
said  Mi*.
iv.      Tin*
and the
'OSpi'i't    III'
bas i)U|   High Mass at  I" o'clock.   The
ii humor, mass was proceeded by tho cere
iiintiv ol  blessing the church
It Wii3 Opened  Lust  Sunday   Two
Services Given.
The new St. Anthony Roman
Catholic Church in this cily was
opened lasl Sunday morning,
when Father Coccola celobrated
ducks  are  now nl   ifii.  Mary...,,,
.„mll.,]iIdled llie attractively mull lillie
   edifice fully.
ese and
.There was nn attendance thai
Father   Welch  preached, his
11 'he subject being the '-Communion of
migintiie s_bji
Lindsay s.
Church of
England intend giving a ball on
Wednesday, 17i.h ink., in the
Opera House. Tho object is to
obtain funds for the purchase of
A couple of dagos working on an organ for the church. The
Un1 Crow's Nest Railway got price nf admission has been
into some trouble the other day, placed al 81.50 per souple, and
Mud Uie following uight one of refreshments aro to to servod.
them crept into the other's tout
.. md made a murderous assault I Washburn & Pmvianco are
nn him wilii a knife while ho selling out their stock nf Coal
was   asleep,    lie  slashed   him oil at 85.50 a case.
across the neck almost severing
the jugular. His arrest followed
aud he now awaits the recovery
of his victim before being tried.
international: A 1:
of Port Steole asks i
The Phospectoh "i
t'nf line iii eating tu
Inspector .Tarvis,   X. W. M. I move the exocarp l'n
with the teeth, or
done with the kuii'i
Tun Prospector editor declines
in  answer  the cpu
wonder.   The main*
ihe exocarp should
Police, a   sergeant   ami   threi
constables arrived here last Sunday, ami were sworn in by Gov-
erninonl   Agent   Armstrong  as
constables in this Province, Tlie
inspector has brought teu men
with him in all. am! these will | from the drupe is a
he stationed nt  various points should tint he dec'
along tin* Crow's Nest Railway Tlie lady was reel
during  Uie  period nf   construe-
Unll. '   Nn .lelill'ite WOl'd   litis yet
heen heard regarding the proclamation of the Public Works Act.
Saints." it. Vicing the eve nf All
Saints. Al the close nf the sermon, Father Welch heartily
thanked lhe contributors In lhe
church fund, both Protestant:
and Catholic, fm* their donations.
He hnd hoped thnl the church
would be opened free nf debt,
but smiie nf Uie subscribers had
nm yet paid, ai.nl there was still
Crow's Nost E'y NoteB. HENEY GEORGE DEAD.
,, ''"."","":.'''       . The Great Aiiostle ol' Single-Tax Dies
Recent arrivals inun Uie sum- _ __   i    .«     ,
,,     .   -,   i  . Suddenly oi Apoplexy •
mil   report   ihe trail   between - -    '
there and Elk River as impassi- New York, Oct. 29. Henry
hie owing tn iiiiiii. Those con- George died nt the Union Sqiuiro;
tractors* outfits Unit are now go- Hotol al l 5o'clock iliis morning through   die pass will  be •         Mr.  G ■_.* retired  in:*
torceel in ciiinii tnis side nl ine ,
summit until tho trail has 1 n lm ";'-"; '■"'">' addressing sev-
inn   inin  proper condition fm* era! large meetings, in i i 11,
travelling over. oli the Union Square hotel, Mi's.
Messrs. Strevel and Buchanan, George was with him.   About ;;
the well known railway contract- o'clock     this    morning    Mrs.
ors, arrived from Wardner, B.C., George wns awakened by tin
nu '1 iiesilav.    Both these gentlo- i * ,
,       *,   ., i        .        I convulsive   movements   nl   ne.
men have decided not In under- .
ink" any further contracts mi husband, who was moaning hunt*
the road.   The price paid is not '}'•   Jumping up she found him
good enough. iu a dying condition.   She im-
A  large number cf men left mediately rang the bell and the
the employment of Mr. O'Neil, n uight clerk responded,     ti  was
contractor, Un* other day, nml over-1!) minutes before n doctor
have Iiii,! information for non- im-   a   H       Q .       ,
payment of wages.   The dispute .  ,
in most of these eases is con- occupiodai in on the second
cerning the right of the Company "oor,  was hastily called.     He
or contractors tu charge them hurried to tin bedside of his dy-
for their iiassago to the country. I jllg father. Mrs. George nnd
•V greal innnv of these eases will
. .  .      , ,      .!  LH'.   1     111   III   Ul        IIW     I 1  S'-l     ill ,| 1 ,      ,      11   |   ., 11   , 1       . li      .
n mill siiii nw !i<>* nut of a tula ■■   * i    ,,i . the ilnetnr ilul ull I In'V  (nnii    hi
iiiinui   ni  - j -.%. iii— mn ii. d miiii 00m6 ,m j,,,. appeal at lhe nexl ,,     ,, ,        ,     .
   ,!.....        v    i ..'  ... ...''. cni.n    \   i.      (   i.,.i',.'i.        nil      .I,,.-.. ,.,
oxpenditui'e of nearly 8i)00,
A second service was held ai
half past two in llie afternoon,
ly resident wilU>n Father Coccola preached a
i;' editor of
it is proper
olive In rein the drupe
houlil it he
.md fork."
Fur dress trimmings, laces etc,
ii full iind complete line, ai Mrs.
E, .1. Highwarden's
iioss Mackenzie, wlm enjoys
tin* reputation nf being the linest
lacrosso player that ever bandied
it "stick," and who occupies a
position on the Crow's Nest R'y
under -M. -I. Haney, was in town
lhis week, lie left here for
Moyle, where lie will probably
he located during ihe winter.
who was endeavoring in masti-1 whether there is a stipulate.,
..•iii,- lhe drupe ami eject the exo* j;,..-,,.,.,„,.ni. ,„• ..-.v-.., „ by whicli
.■a. p. whicli both science and|13ersong   mining   coal   in   the
experience hnssho|vii_tobe_dilll-1 brow's Nesl Coal holds will be|^latc  ":   ?ew   )0!*'k'  electing spoko in the borough of Queen s,
cult iif  digestion.
iT.i.ToK   editor   h
great wisdom in llie diffidence
* at Washburn
lhe same old
the presenl
only prove a great lelp in eating
Knsln Kootenalan: T. (!. Proc- olives, but it may inine handy in
ter is hack irom Knsl Kootenay, loading up on prm
whero, as manager of the Kootenay Valleys Company, !i" spent
a month planning, with Mr. li.
H. Venables Kyrke, llie secretary, who is out from Wales, in
place thai company's magnificent
body nf farm lands nn Uie market. The company has some
1)0,000 acres nf lirsl choico land
extending over a stretch nf 150
miles up and down the Fast
Kootenay and Elk Rivers. II is
nearly ail line meadow, ami will
be pill on the market at onco al
ligures ranging from $2.50 lo$30
lier acre. Thoy also Imve some
line townsltes, two of which, at
Elk Bivor Crossing and Crow's
Nost IjSllding, are In he platted
(nd pui ou Uie inarkol sunn. Al
Elk liiver thoro is an exceptionally line prospect I'm* a lown. ll
is ini lhe railroad, about Y.\ miles
I'i'iiiii llie COIll Holds and is   beau
liC.lly situated among [arming ("l""' donations
lands at tl dge nf Un* moun-! which   will   bi
lains.   Within il vory few  miles| |'runi week to w
sittings nf lhe court.
[These eases have since resulted in favor of Uie men, Uie
Company agreeing not lo charge
the railway faros in the men.—
Ed. Prospector.
UNITED STATES ELECTIONS.
very earnest sermon, his subject
being "Prayer."
The music at belli services was
rendered by the Sisters and girls
of the choir from lhe Mission. I Tammany Winn in New York—Demo-
After llie afternoon service Mrs.' cratain the Ascendant.
Quinlivan entertained the girls     (Spreiiiiaespatc-taTiiBPiiusrE.™'.)
from the Mission at dinner. N'*'v'' '1'1"'1'* >;"v*  3'-In tlie
ive Mr.  George,  hm   despi
their efforts he passcil away at
5 o'clock,    lie was found dead
with a siiiiiii nn his face.
M;'. George was not nn old
inuil in ih,* matter of yours, hut
he was never rugged, lie-was
an extremely sensitive man in
liis mental nnd physical struc-
liin*. am! thoso wlm knew liini
besl feared fm* Uie results nf Uie
exciting canvass, such as the one
ry,  and no
er in whicli
ie extracted
uesi ion thai *    rnie  regular  Sunday service! ■-''"'*'•""  yesterday   Cor Greater I which is mnv in its last hours
led hastily-' 1,,.,.,,.,1't,,,. v\\] \.,, conducted by! ^"ewYuri*.Tammany has secureil was sure to be.   Newspapermen
'"■-■    vatly i,,,..,,. ... „..,.,, ... ,...,,. '.-3 j a great victory,   VauWyc'i re- who had been through a part of
ecivei!   210,00b   voles,   against Mr. Georgo's campaign felt sure
i l
145,000 for Low and 100,000 for he was undergoing a, strain ami
Tracy (Republicans), and 15,-000 w'as surely and rapidly breaking
for Henry Gei i'ge, Jr., wlm took down. Al times he had been in
the place on the lists of liis de coherent, His ivholo tempera-
ceased father. ment underwoni .* complete
The   Democrats   carried   the change.   Last night Mr, George
. „ ',„.*?'.,,'i',',.i Pather Welch a! hall' past ilim
shocked to soo a tin n grasp tne
olive with his incisors, and while in the morning.
I'm drupe was doftlj landed back ceows NEST coal.
nm tin* molars, tin* exocarp was
lired   uncermonousiy  inin   the     Editor   Prospector:  iS'iV
plate in front of tl o gentleman Can   ymi    iuform    Um   public
lie  has  assumed,
hoped, however, I
Villi!   Will   give   i!   1
on ihe proper clisj
exocarp and drupi
Tiik Pros- compelled to .--ell coal al $1 a ton
■   displayed a1 t)ie „\\ mouth?   I have heard
.nni.l .„/.« I   .   .       '    , . .....
Il is to he
tut some siv-
ic'nl exegesis
isilioii nf llle
,    !'. will nol
Yon can buy Hon
it Purviance's at
price as long ai
stock lasts.
Hospital Do lfttlono.
Tlie Hospital Committee acknowledges, with thanks, donations from ihe following: Sheets
and pillowcases, Mrs. Durick;
sheets, Miss Balky; pair blankets, Mrs. Edwards; pair feather
pillows, Mrs. Bleasdell; towels,
Mrs, Underbill; two bed spreads.
Mrs. I'litininre; steels am! bedspread,  Mrs. 1,1",itt; sheets and
linn iiiaile by
R. I.. T. (
furnish   ono   w
.here is also some very primus
Vng ininoral Bhowlngs,.   One nl
llie feilllll'i'S nl the new    lOW'll   is
a innguilicont wuiei* power, Al
ready a number of buildings
have boon started.
Cloarlng out sale now mi al
Washburn _ Purvlauco's, to
iniike room l"i' new goods now
on Un* wny.
lull
pillowcases proceeds of colloc-
Mrs,   Lovott.
illbriiilh      will
t i*il   complete.
are  promised
acknowledged
*li. The com-
ipiesl Iiiiii nli
spnsi'il towards
lUillee   WOltlll     I'l
th-so favorably d
llm Hospital wi
lliing towards tl
it,   Anything ft
I wards will be aci
A Liljol*
llll   give   sunn
e [urnishhig nf
itchon nr
optnblo,
ll Kil*'K.
[SjliTllll il'   imii'li 1 ''I  I *i'i^|) "i'ln!'.
Ottawa, Nov. |.  -Over hi' mot
ors frnni Um con
ui!   nnil   Smiiii
Premier Laurie
'I'he directors of   lh
Minos havo given uptici of pay-
inoul of dividend nn proirenco tostod against tl
shares I'm* vein* ended S ipt.BOtb, tho pnlronng
nl 7 per eenl. per annum. the Soulango  I
An Importato of choice d- *at Deputy Mi
gars nud tobaccos of tho favorite and his officers
brands lias just In* recoivoiUil give Un* patron
Mrs. Spruguo's, mi*.i■-..    They
,  ,, ,.       of Uie  iniunig
Col. Henderson nnd ( . ir. son
ostu paid ii visit this week  lo
Moyie Lake, where Un* Colonel
hns purchased some mining and
nlher iiileresls.
nistor Schroiber (',|1]i|i;lm ,,,.,, |uls started opera
AiM mM   '" lions at Coal Creek ni leraling
IgO   hi   I'nllsel'V
piirlnmnl    ge
Laurier snid
mill-tors ni once
wm*" ns slated.
niies of Vniidro-
l'cs wailed mi
in iluy and pro*
e w:'; in which
s given mn on
nmil.   They say
statements to that effect I'iv
quently made, hut have been unable to verify Ihem. Cheap fuel
in a mining counlry is a great
desideratum.   Yours.
Mixer.
Porl Steele, Nov. 1. ls'-'7.
| We cannot lind that thero is
any such regulation. The Dominion Government made it a
condition nf lhe granting nf a
subsidy nf $11,000 per mile to
the Crow's Nesl Railway, Ihal
50,000 acres of the coal lands
that went to the B. C. Southern
Railway Co. should be conveyed
tn the Crown in the Interest of
Canada, "to be (hereafter held
"or disposed of, or otherwise
"dealt with by the Government
"as it may think til, on such con-
"ditions as may be prescribed
"by lhe Governor in Council, I'nr
"the purpose of securing a sulli-
"cient and suitable supply of coal
"in Um public al reasonable
"prices, nut exceeding s-.' per Ion
"of 2,000 His., free nu board curs
al tlm mines." This regulation
applies only lu I'm* 50,000 acres
in he selected liv Un* Government. As soon ns theso lunds
como in he worked, undoubtodlj
.1 will lix Um price at nil lhe
[mines at s_ por ton, fur tin' private owners ni' coal mines could
nm sell their product al a hlghor
price iiinn was bolng charged
Iur coal mined mi (lovornmenl
lands, liui until these public
laildscunm tn he wm 'ceil, WO cannot see lint  thnl   colli  miners ill
tin* Crow's Nesl will bo free tn
li.-: Umir own charges nl lhe nil
inoutli ns well ii- elsewhore, The
li'-u complained
neiii uf Un* de-
rally, Premier
io   would    havo
roi'Ulic'1 if  Ihey
M   ||   Whiie-Krnser liiis *re-|    R. A. Kimplpu is down from
Un,n'B(] I'roni liis trip oul Willi his! Winilertnere.
un niiiil-. piii-i'liii:- -I directly from
tin* Provincial i lir'ornnicnl i ne
years ago, nml nre not n i i 'ed
in any manner hy ilu* Crow's
Ne.il   Railway agreement.    I'ln.
I'liOSI'Kl Tin,*.
Geo.  Iv Casey,  M.  I'., is nl
(Vow's Nesl Pass looking aftor
cun! iiileresls.
Parker Judgu uf Un* Court nf aud later in tho borough of Man
Appeals over Wallace by 85,000. hattan,   at   l'n*  Central  Opera
Virginia has re-elected a Dem-: House. He was groeto I by large
ocratic Governor and Legisla* nn.l enthusiastic crowds every-
lure. where.     In one of his speeches
The Democrats have carried last night Mr. George sniil: **l
Nebraska hy 12,000 majority, have labored for yours in make
and have nniiii' n gain of 180,000 my'solf known, and now al  Inst
votes in Massachusetts, bat net
enough lo win.
mse things are writtoti down. I
believe that all  needed  reforms
In Maryland ihe Democratic aro summed up in the philosophy
tickets are elected. and right of every man to eat,
In Ohio the polling was very drink and speak as he sees lit, so
close, Bushnell, lhe Republican long ns he does nol trench mt
candidate I'm* Governor getting the rights uf any other mnn."
only 20,000 plurality,   Tim Leg-1   The cause of death was npop-
islatiire is probably Democratic lexy,
by 7 majority, but the Eepubli- Small Debts Court.
cans also claim the Legislature, \. \,;. Wait tss. O'Connor,
though they give no ligures. It Runckel, rt »'.. joint debtors.
will lake  aa   official count  to This case was tried on Oct. 80th,
decide.   The issue in lhe stale
was silver.
Iowa re-elected the Republican
ticket by 17,000 plurality,
HATCHER SENTENCED.
iiiid resulted in the case being
dismissed with costs as against
defendant Runckel,   The plaintiff claimed for expenses incurred
in inspecting various claims with
tlie view In purchase, which it
Goes to Prison for Five Yours and was     alleged      Uie     defendant
1'ays Costs of Suit.                 Runcltol,   I'm*  himself and  joint
is,,,,iiii,,,-.,,i,;,'i,,'1*n,|i',i,,,,,''v ,    ,ia(1        | t- ,.„m]m.,l.
Helena, Nov, I.     I. 1). Hatch- . ,,     , .       ,
,    . , .in ease lhe claims Wen*   not  n-
er. chargeil wilh inisaiipriipriiit ,,.,     ,,-,,;,,   ,-„,.
■ '      ' ri presented.    I he plaintiff  Iur-
me S'.lii.ntlii ol Un'   lunils ni lhe      '
..     . v ,■     i i,   i     ,■ 'h' *  * laimed as assignee ol  a
Northwestern National Bank, ul „ .,
,, „ .,.      .    ,, nei.i alleged to I   ■   	
,re,i    Palls,  resulting   in  the , . .,     .- ■,
.   , .     ,    ,   , defendant i Jointly. E' del i   w   ■
suspension u   lhe mink, pleaileil i„i„n«
. ,   , produced lo s ,v thai   ilaintl ,
uni Iv, and was selileucod hi live l ,.     ,      . ,      ■
ns a result ol   said   i  i u
viiirs ini|irisiinumiil  and lu pay ,       ,        .   .       ,
. , ' . ,.      ,.     ,' sped on, purchased in   interest
the costs ol nrosecut ion.  llateli     ' ,'.,    , . ,..,       ,
er was once mayor of Kalispell, '« '">■' "! ;";"' L*llv,nls'    ' "
Thoro is much public sympathy Jeclion wus turther raised by
Cor him as il Is liuliovod his do counsel I'm' Runckel iim! Um
llnquencles ivore brouKhtabout  Maglstrale  Iin.!  nn    n      cl  in
b|™on wl1 "do a cat's paw of toi. awarding .1 ■•> - ■
part of :i''' cliiiui was ol     ■ ;i
THE METAL MARKET. j^^    01)j(!t.(il,n        |. |
Both Silvor and Lead Show a Slight      U, ll liter oi the lis   *
Doolino, ilulil incurred ie O'Connor, i null
Nei. 'im*1,. Nov. 5.   'I'll" latest sul •"   defi        I   ;'
(|ilollltioiisiiru: Silver. 5114; load, ce * lain ed lhe hem
.... -- u|, passed  in  l(i"i
E.   1. \V.,I,,, ui'.lv n l:„"'.',„,l,il   "Un    ' ■"       '"'''     !
in I'.'i'i'i rl'ei'l, ull T iilny. 'I'i   i    I     i''1' I hisowi
:i.,.. I,,''mil    Runckel  boh "
Indian   agent   Gaibriillh  lm- ,;,.■,.,,,. , i,, m  c  Morley
hi .in- Houth iu Tnl *u I'lnins.
,',],", Poll  has a   liber  "I
Messrs Poison and McMillan men working mi lho Coronado
have gono lu Spokano. group.
An Exciting Chase.
A- W, McVittii wns interviewed by tin* Chrimit '• mi hi-
arrival in Spokan i lasl week,
ami gives -, good account ,,:' the
countri. Tin ilio' ig is also
-rt HI i
"-I. 1' I.'i ■ "■ Spokane i ame
down Um Kootenay Rivei \*.;i!;
Mr. Mi *. tti    irom I    'I  - e
in .lenni .  - rowboat.
Tin had mi * xperii nee in n
chnse afler ■■■ deer .*. hii ;i tin y
will remember tor niuuj - sons
t.i come. While paddling down
'he stream tl •■•■ suddenl} mi
served a pac ; i I ivolves chasing
a deer along the biiiili of I'm*
river. Tim ivater of lln river
had fallen so I al n an . ■ ■■
six ieei high ■'".., .. in
feel  back of ,. stretch i     taiul
along   ih.'   shon.   ' »n<    single
I-'
wnli ran along ':,.■ shore i * the
edge uf :'..• m.i*,..', while the .-■
niainder of Uie pn. '■; | i  pace
i with lhe .'.-'I' un Ihn high bank
above. Th." frightened animal
could imi escape into tin' woods
ami whenever il at empted in
jump 'uiu i'i" river ihe une wolf
next n> tin* water jumped and
snapped m il, driving it back mi
lim bank. Tin' boat containing
the two passengers struck a
series uf rapids soon afler lhe
discovi ry of tlio d -,-e mui finally
caught up in lhe procession,
frightening lho v ulvi - into Um
woods nin! li" deer into the
river. A lively chase in Um
water in-, ine live minutes re-
si Ited i.i the killing ol :;.- ant-
lored animal, his In n I being
.-.|i|'.; I*, i'n wi 'd by
Mr.  McVi lie, v     e   Mr.  Rice
tli ■   I I     Both
gentlenii i pron inceil i1 iiie
most   exciling  di   :■ : .■ \
have i".i-i* experii in i :."
Tho Boys Gel i ■ ft
Chicago, ti*i. 17. '\ li * will of
c,. M. Pullman leaves in his
widow Um family residenco mi
Prairie Avenue, and sunicieut
funds an* set asido lu provide
her with an income of $50.(100
yearly duriug her lifo; $1,000,000
each is loft in trust I'm* his Iwo
daughters, Mrs, Prank A. Low
ilea, uf Chicago, nnd Mrs. Cora-
Inn. nf San Prtuiciscn, An in-
como of bul s:i,i mu yearly is provided I'm* Um two sous, George
M.. Jr.. nnd Sanger W. Mrs.
Lowdon is also given the siiiii
nier resilience known as Castle
Rest nu an island in lhe St. Law-
reiici River. About $150,000 in
sums nf sl.nun nml $2,000 is left
in charitable institutions in Chi
cago, A sinn uf $200,000 is given
I'm* Un* erection nf a manual
training school in Pullman,which
is als.i endowed with $1,200, I,
Five old employees are given
$5,11110 each. Two sisters and
twn brothers of Um dead millionaire are given -^'v - I
iiimiii.■!■ brother I • $25,00o. [1
•I state shall he more  than
ll     ■ ' '    *"    -, '     "    llll   lhe   lli*'
isos,    'lists 1111(1 ll
:l si '■ iv   llrei *"'l in di-
villi'   ill'     '
. .- i
'1.. '
■ - ■ ir lhe 'in ighters.
Si. Andrew's Olubi
A  ,!.*••!iiiv ui ile Porl Steele
Si. Andrew    Club
nl ihe Dolgnrd     Hot!   on Wed
bw   mi     ■   '  led lo In  i.n"-..ni
Tol, in,
,'.'      |' is III receipt
ii W. I
I'lnryo     eXi v. . '   *
  Ill el Tell
| llllllll    ' . ...
.
' Sleele ll	
.p. |,.- :,"'i exchange   tl oni ■
'Ine agent       i. i   I""   im . '"
lho in the cily
__l LICENSE    .UTlloltlZIXi!   AS    KX'l'KA-
PKOVINCIAL COMPANY To CAII1IY
ON Ul'SIN'ESS.
■COMPANIES ACT.
change, mul ullit'i' nuirotliiblo Itistru-j Luml Furuhase.
!IU*!ltS.
NOTICE.
^^^___^^^^^__^^^^^_^^^^^^J*l I'l. ll lllll!  I   U   S   11, ll"
t I'ltrllumont, jirovlHioiiul orders, con-  . .■ .        . ppij lotin
1-l'SsiotW,    I'lillll'll.'l-.    j-rullt,..    lli-rl'i'..-.   Chll'I Clllilll .       :     iiiillV.nl..   Mi'
|n.lll'l'-   HI'   |H'ilil,'ji'-.   Khk'h    llllll    III'    ,,,;;,   111'    lm vnii, i...,,.i, |.i|, in, linvi'liliiin'i',"
li'i'ini'il nwcKNtry in*iloslriible tor tui'il-1„i iUI„i .ti-sirlin-il us tolloirm i i nciimn
'/    Tu   itppl.v   f"i'.  obttiln,  :ii*i*i*|'t
lliii'Jil. llllll  I'Ul'l'.V   illlli i tl.'t'l. lllil    A"'.-
Ci-l'tllii'.lt"   uf  Impi'iivi'llll'llts.
MINERAL ACT, (896.
lI'Vllll I    I
c, ,t/mile ,,( Imprnri no tils.
NOTICE.
CANADA
I'll.iVINl ll"1   lllllll-lll'.'ll M
Ni- I   i'l
thD SOUtll II'L-Hl rill'lll'l' ["".! slllllll,.I llll 111. H'l'Sl
.lliil'l'  "I  lln-   Mull.'   I..III.'   111.'Ilii'    llllllllll;'    III
' ill'' M.>'.'.' l-lll	
mills miit'i' in li'ss. llii'U.'ii ttillowlllK tin- Mnyli-
jii."
ItHllng tin* oliji'i'in ot* any of tin* objects
f tin* company.
_lli-    Tn [ii'iu-uiv tlu* i'inii|iiiiiv in Li'
THIS  IS Tn i l*'HTl'*'Y   Ihal   tin*  reuUereU or Incorponilcil, or other-  ,
"Pyramid Kootenay .Minlns! Company,   wise ilomicllod, otupowerod, represent-   |.ai., ....,,.,,     ■ ,   , nii-ueL-iu-ni
Limited." is iintlioi'izeil anil licensed lo ed, or ceeotfnli'.ed in British I'oUtmbia. i mai-uu-iis. i.ei.i.ih
...V!',-V llll  I Ill-ill" —  Wltllitl   till*   I'l'I'Vi lll'l* s       Tll   luilil   in   lhe   Hit s   ul   .1*1 l.'l'. piitcil Sl'Illl' I   HI'   '    '■
,    u'l-itish Colntnbia. any proiKU'ty which the companj  su  _  ,,,,
'....: office ol   the oompan} lo itcqiilre, and to ciiffj* on oi*
. ■ ...-.   ,• Nn. :m. Lime Street. City ol ,l„ anv ,,f the businesses and acts uml N0TK ' *
London, England. things aforesaid, either as pi ■ ■■     "
nuunt of the cupltul of the com- agent, aud either lij Ihe agency of ot* ilu* I'tilrl
:..,■ v    .  I'"-.'.""".   (lh 'i' ■     ' ' ■"■ "   .- agents in* trttsti es for u ,        .    ,-,
shaiesol -1 ufteh. I    'l'n remunerate and
the Hen    olliee of tin mnj   u (ions In cash "■ mln i* .1— Is o   bj the   .   ■
■:.:- I'rovli ■   ■■■■'■■■■
.   .    i \   nil
ivlmse aildri
iin, is the atturttey for llie ei
pany.
I'anj
..,;-  been eslal
are; .    ''"'i'i '
... ill think pn
oral  right* In British i
|,on the terms of ai '
. |'-. red into by the company, i
. i *. i*-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_________________-__-_-----------^B
Tlir Blkllnrn MIlllTllI i'iuiui N" *.' "lllliiU'llI
hv I'iiII Mill.'  Mlllini'   Hi'.".  ,il  lv"'il
lllll lll'l". I
ivii.ivi.'.'.     ilium .-I    ii  i
III  ...Ill" III   '.III III"
IMKI. \i i'l'li l: Hun I, J   ll   II   I   hi,    I'i-
Mill.'I'. I'. I'lllll'llti!   V     '■" ."I   ..   vi,l   (ill    I    I!
I        v.      •     ""ll -Ui'l"    I»ll (.'llllllllll   I   I'l'l'l
llll'l.h' \ 1.1   11,1     I'll
I i'   Iii rritl  ;    i"i''i '" Hi" Mm
.      ■
nlli'i   Hi.ii   i.n.'
fiii.'i
W .I"i'iili'il:-lllili
 nn "I ii",'i.'i. in. in
.1  w  II  YI'il'Ntl
Mlt'CRAl. ACT, IBO'i,
KM !' i
I".   li/' i'i,',,,,   ,
Nt'l ^MP
.,'.     mil    I ".I    I
..JI I'.-.    1
!,
i" Mim-ml riiiiin. sjimiinl in the
MiniiiH Dlvl-sioiiot Musi Kootenay
u-1'M...vkl.nl.i' ii.ljulii-
■lius.  r.  l-'iinvll.  Kir.'
*'..i:i iii/.'iii Un Mai-tin
ll Tlliw Kmllr. I'\ M.C.
M i' Nu MMi; 'I', li.
fl.HM     I'd,,.     (',  Kui-M-M,
M  I1  N-i
. I'm  \ln
FOKT   STEELK   MINING
ASSOCIATION'.
- iir
■■■■■'■' ^|^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^____________________________ni
nmUlu-iist
ut mini;;.   * ■   -
DE
■
 lit
tiu\ grunts.L-oiii - - ■ *.•■ ■   -■-.*•-•"■>.   ..
-it-, hu r.t-.oi      ■ " -■ L.S s. V. WOOTTi>_
•:..:.• --.   iui "       '
claims.
 n'
pro| urt j', '-'■'■' Liquor Liceni
or ii
■...'.
. .
,-    'i i, pros] uot
■    ■
......
■--.    :'.*.    *'■    ■■."
on   thu
-■■'-:-.
„_^____	
■■■-■
- NOTICE
and wi   -■■■■'- N ■
article*, und tliiny--
^s^H_____________
■ iii ivrry i'n i-li
I*,     \"i K ;.  nt..!   i   .i. \V. K.   Voittnc,
:    itt'N     ■ hi i in tor A.
 Hlu l.dl "I   K.ii: i ..luml.in.
In iiaie li ithI Ui upiil) i'1 iii.-
NOTICI '  '"'" ■■ i'< nilii'.dc i'l  i;n;ii">i.'-
Lliu |u.! hom! "i ubutlntnn ii Crown
'   IVI'I'lllllll
■ v
.   umlN "'
.   '
■
I   I','  i'.'I,Ml
ihi'i'iiit
■cluiv lh
.1  \V. li. VOUNU
.
l i--.'i !
'^^m^mz^
PROVINCIAL SECKKTARY'S OFFICE
       H Aiti/itsl. IS:>1.
|-| IS ll-ON'OUH lln- l.ii'iit.'iiiiiit-iii'V.'n.-ir In
:
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^g^g^mg^g^g^gm
..:...:.'...'..     '.....■    ■.*.... . A
and otuer pruocsui -.-.■■■■■
^	
■
*.',...
., *
■.  . ■
.- * :.*; ', i.tin lieu
■ iiiy chiilns,
less n- west
• Division of liusi
'i'.tU.   si.
■^i uf Fort
Take notice thnt i. A. s. Farwell. ut'eni fov
ilu* Pyramid   Koolenuy Mining Co., i.iiniu'tl
(Foreitrn). Free Miner's Certtlleutc No, 1081,
Intend, slxiy duys from tlio dute hereof, m »|i-
-)■ in tlie Mlulntf lu'i'orili-r for u d rtlllente ot
Ulri, und to at;quire untj to tfrivnt 1 -   , In u north eusterlj   c7owi Unmt of tlie ubovo elulin
-•■■"'■■'■ '■■-■     "■"    !  ■■'-'" ''    '-■' -    ■- iiltinlpost.tliencj    Aml furiuer tuke noUce tlmt nctlon  utldcr
IIUI'JWWC Of, Of ■'   Of,     ■   -.ii'.' ..-■:. stoplflce of be"Ueetlon 87 mu.stbecommcncedboforcthcis.su
,01 nr Winning und ^uttiny ol 'Upper or  ., i-fii ,' ,,.., . . *    .     - y ucres more or less,     '
other ores, owtale, ur nineruU. ., t,A,, , i,i:,. ;. s f.j. fci km.
■    Tn purol.^i HtKoon 1-uwe. or In ^ ■.     , ■.■-.; m-'-Kt
esclmoge. Iiire.  therwlse ,^';"la\  >. N        	
any ivu! OV purwual property, live or       outedSepi   ■     • .   ! NOTICE,
dead -"i"1'.  Ol  anj  C ■  M>-,\ S * ■ - i  nu-nd to apply ti
* m*I v L'*■_"■-- «>:■ '■ ■■-:--■■: lunds nnd Work
-..--t tlicrein, necu_sai';   oi   uonvunietil NCTIC5: '     ;■     •■■■' to pm'chusa Hi
n( suehCci'tllleuteof Improveincnts.
A. s. FAI-Wi-M-.
led this nth dny of Oetolier. 1ST.     hu-.m
'f,,i' tin' uompHny'! ;' lilnc  . ",* for tie-,     \ ■
v>*i,i|iiii_:' or HtHtii Inu -I-. ■     lit* i om-;
liltllj's pWlpUrty, Illld tu uxplotv, vviirl-;,
mul (luvulop ilu- sum--.
/ , Tu liotiuire. erect, nuisti'tmt, rn*
biro und umiutaln And work, ihij build-
iii-'.-. plant, unnlin -. muoblnery, lix-
turuK, mill-. roudH, ruilwtiyh, truniwtiyn,
ennuis, uruuka, slmfts, dltuhen, i v ulhur
wnrks whicli 111113 1'.' iiecensai j or ad
virtithlnfiirllie pur| osi'.sof lliuc'imipany.
</    Tu midurtuke and iiirrj iiitu ul-
fool illl MH'li llllllliriill. riiliiin--. villi.
!l*;:ilih:.'. Ill'   IlllUM'   OpUI'lltioilh   lit'   Im.-i-
i:--M'- in ronnui'lioii with tin- olijucts
ni Ui'- cuinpiiuj ■■>- 'in- I'uinpuny muy
llihili iii.
■ It    in in'ijiiii*   iiii) iuvi'iilioiiri i"i|..i-
lilu ni Inin;: Usui] lm- uny pitrpo.-u oon-
llui'luil ^^ il li Itll.V 1)1 i li'' iiiii.iiii'.-i'*- ur uj.-
unilioiit ui ilu- I'oiupuny, rn- thu lid unu
<w rl-jjhi ',i use Un- sumo,
[i'l Tuitmulguniuti >\ uii unj othui'com-
hiirt hiinilui* lu tin; ohjc'ln ul thin uoiu-
lliu  Im.-iiicss,
- -:
::■.--■■-
-      Ol   I-i:.
fill limber on the f- '■;■■•■ ■-.     ■■       ' -■: lnr»,l in
Fusi KiKilt niiv.   SturtltiK nl rt p si :•■ ....
un' -.\.'-t iinni; ■>: lllk rh-vrubo'U ihtee
nbovi Conloreck Ihtfhei <. *   . .    IiiiIik.thetiei
- irveyed und van <
■ >■■<,-:. r Ensl Kootcnny DIs-
-■■■'    .'. ■ thi  s \\, rornerorLot'-Hi
u li.i It:-:    llM'Ill-.'   Slllllll _^^^^^^_^^^^^^_^^^^^^^
forty i". ss to thc shore of upper Steele,
Moyh i.i ■ illowinKtheshoroofsttld    •i\i)it. nollco thttl l. a. s. FnvftTll, ugeut for
liou ton point south O-|til0 pyrnniltl KootPiiny Mlnliltt Co., Limited
vi,,!".
lioTici-:,
ini. Unrolls Iiinl Mi.i
i'llll. ill 111!! I'l'l'l Sli'
lii.'IMili-
*li' Mining
iVtere l.T'.ii
UT'S IKVlT. 1
i'li:   ilu    I'yi'iiiniil   1
ili'im tony mllCH wm
'I'l il!. St,
■1 nl I'Vii
ii iiii- Mining Iti-i'iinliir tur » i-oi-tlll
|l|ll i'l iiii|ii.iii'iiiilils. Iiir lln- [inrlllisi! nl nli-
IlltllU ill'!., nu riinil .'I  lllll llllOVII I'lllllll,
,*iiii| iinni,.i mln. nniii'i. iiiiii iirttini, imili'i'
illul ll-l 1 "I In'.' l.il'i'lll.'l-MI-
l'l, nl  -.lull i'1'tlllli'llli'lil Illllll'lil'l'IIU'lll-..
I'llAS i'. I'MHIIKI.!.. Ariiii.
|!.,In! llll-    '''111 .1.11  nl  Ui'l.'Ii'l',  18117.
NOTICE.
IVnl ■', Ii   ,:   iv,' .i   I,, im   llllll I'mintlm-li
, in     lliintii In llu'Kiirl si.ili'.Miii-
i.i   l-lnsl Km.I.uny Dlstrlet.
l-l-ii   liii'iittiil     nu    I"iiuiiii.I   rii'i'li    SI
nil * till. I   vl."ill loll!  !ill<". H'l'Sl nl   I'l'l'l
I'll'
 I,;u 1   l s. I'ui'iirll iigcnl lor
I',l.III.ll   Iv  lllll     ililllll!'    1'",     Llllll	
. ii'   I". Minus (Yiiili.i.ii' Si.. 11*81.
I,'II,I   -I'll ilul-. In.in llu* .lull- lii'ii'.'l   I.i nil-
Li'lir Mil,In:' 11,','.il I.i   Ml II ri'i'lllli'illi' nf
i.|u,,|   in. ul-. In! lilt' lllll'l.."-.' '.I uliliiiiiili!. il
inilu iiuiiii ul tlio uliovo claim,
Ami liiiiiiu mln- nniiii.' Umi nctlon. unilcr
iiiini :;i. uni',1 lu I'liiiiini'iii'i il before tlio I—u-
llivol    in h I'i'ilillriiti'iil llii|iriii'i'liu'ius.
,\. S. I'AHWKI.I..
1'i.n il lhi. llmli iluy nl Sulil.'lulii'l. milt. Ill-ill
z^mzmz^
nbeWulerl
[■lhe "Wale:
nppolnl Wu.i.iASi Sin
lj nf Vleloriu. Hsiiuin
Hicr under thc provlKlon
Consolidutlou Act, IW.
-Z;'~evMZ>
U.S. I*. Till 11-I- s.
lluli'i: Sl-llt.*.'.1lll  l-l'l
.1. M. i.iii'kviii:
p.■■   ilili :, iluy ■: ''■:. "'■•'•■   n:-::.
leu), tn*.* Minor's O
I, sixty iluys Irotn ilu*
nli,. Mining Riconlei
iii'iiiiiiiv lor Hi.' imi'l
li- Nn. in-l
lorcol. In uii-
■ii'iilli'iili'iif
iilitniiiiii
NOTICE.
NOTICE,
uiu i-iii.;.. i Intenil i"
Ulltcilllllsl!lililli.Vor I
I. S. I*.\l H'l'.l.l.
eiulicr, IM'?. IIWH
NOTICE.
I '•
n	
nee south lollowll
1.1.   II.  I  I'Il-IHI I'll!
iniiliiiiiL' IHO ueres.
Allii-i'i Mineral
,ii" Mining Dl-
l"'"l"'
■l\ nml
lilitil-H ul  illl.V   I"
nl-  ,'i,tii|,.ili!   l'tl|-|*,Vill|!   "II  IUI'
Illli.-ll llll" I'.'llli'.lll.', 1   ll'll'
'•IH'l.l mi. "I |'"--'  I "I I'l'l'l
imi.' Iw*   |itii*|ii
,       *,i llll  Hi.    i-llli'lliill
,.liiiulii",    i.'.ii'illl.ill   nl    lli
lllll   I, il'  I'M i-i'.  li'   I'll.'-   1
NOTICE.
by given llml I*., I'.
I lhi-i
■
ll
II" v.
,-" I Southeast Knoteniiy: I'lniunt'nehui ui lliu ensi
" ■ ' ■    ' ".. '' [>, H, i.|.„,'i No, lllll, where ilu
"   ■:   mi"   I,, • ::   plum   J,   UbOUl   ll   mill
lock;  Uu m-i
.;.i. i!_H|^^^^H^^^^^_______H
Dill
iii i ii-t. iiiiii. i-i.r.
.11. U. 11
I M-H.
Ili-'JI!
NOTICE.
\',li,
'ml |o upply lo tlio Chi
1. IVI 1 Hi
ul C	
inlsstonor
<<! l.illu
Is uml Worlis. fielorll
liusi IM iieres ol luiul
l.l„!   |ll
■rmlsslon
Mm
.,f Hum Hi
-ii- locutci
s Hiver, ul
forty
nniiii  ci'i'l;.  si
iiie, west nt For
Hull 1. A. S. I'lll'll'i'll. nunil fm
Uiu I'yi'iiiniil Kootonny Mining Co., Limit, ,1
(I-'oreign). Free Miner's Ccrtlllculo Nn. 11181,
Intenil, slxly days from ilu* i';u. hereof, lo ay-
ply in ilic Mining lieeordurfarnCortlileulcol
liiiiuniiunlit:., ini- ilu purpose nt obtaining u
II.   iu    ill   ll}* pi I   'li-'llijll-
III IV.S  III'  llfl llll'k  III    I
inniv. i      lirll
mil	
':     '
■iiiii'iiiii;. in   , t fnt' nn;
; I'lfl	
,    ,   —
  - NOTICE,
"lliul' fiillipnli.. (I .
Hirer: them
thenee in thenci liurlhi
in ,
^lli:.
nul i.i'!-".. i. c r uii.iii.
[.'on si ii--:!
ll'll, ,-'l EWAHT,
ili'lu-n^^B^^^^^I
'
' ' Unas nnil V
'       ' , . -iiiim,,
- District ot
'•''   Bus,   I.' ,.„,
lir ':.,■:;,, ,   •,   •   .
posi  inurki >l 13.
!!ffi_i_.T
■ .1 nud  sixly
■ Hi thenee
__________^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Jn'
Interesl
au*. .** n M N|1 n
'    ' - ■      '      ll'eeot'lrlllsh
- 1,1.1,.
, "['HI'
I'l'iilil-, ;, '.   '     ,
" '   III 111	
,
imi  Tu iKimiw nf rui»i- , ,   ,    ,        .  ..,... , ,   |,
dinolvod by mutual eonsi'iit, Mi*. N. A,
NOTICE,
[lien :,v   iv nollci tll
,, ,,, ia apply lo Hu I I'i* l I'oinmls  oncrol
l.::i..[- uu,l Worlis [or lierinlsslon In piiivhnseu
plcei "i imi" j.'inin:' in.'.' i'i million mi ti"'
ui'l! In,
bul'. 111
iiiii'i".
ul IjO Ullllllls 1    Wil'l
Ami furllior tulic notice Um; acllon. miller
Micilan lit. musi be coninicnecil before lho Issu-
iiiu'.'.'lsui'li Certllleatuol improvemenls,
A.S. FAHWKI.I.'
Dated this SM iluy o( s-1 ber l-l'l.   Id-iB
NOTICE,
Tl,.. Miiivi'i.'l. niii" "ul i'llllin  ■ led In I1"'
v.,it sui-lo Miniii' Division or I llsl I li tu •
in .iiiv.
wiu'iv i,u' I:  nu nnii'! nv Hill. 'I
Murk Creel!.
Tii!;,. mui',' iiiiii 1. s. II ..ii'l I Cumin
PHOVIUCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE.
Kl/i Aiujusl. ISIS7.
His IIONOUH the Uoutciinnt-Qorcriior In
Council lm- l n pleased to direct lln*
ulilli-iiiiiiti ii' Die under mentioned Scule ol
'ccs, payable under Uu* provisions ol the
Water Clauses Consolidation Act, imi;.'*
Ity inuil I.
JAMES IIAhT.li.
Peui-iiu-itii Seenliii-ii.
srilKIH'i.K I'SH.
Km-ei .'ry nddltloaill rsi Inches above
itoolnches	
For aiiportlonlng the ivutor uuthorlsed
'i'l ins MeVittlo.
u. s. Frtaoll,
tt. A. Wnlllngcr.
l-l. I*. Slllllll.
Wlllium lliiliili-.
The regular meetings nf Iho unsoeluUon
nlll bo held mi ilu t- I 3rd Saturday In
every i h.
All possible Information will In* furnlsh-
!il hy Hie Assiii'liiiinii, ilium application to
Wlllium Iiuiiii.'. Sco„        Fort Steele, II.C.
ProfcHsional.
Hugh Walt, M.I)., CM.
.1/. c. P. s., Ontario mul llrilish
t 'iiluiiiliiil.
I..tn:   ut*   till:   U_Y.IL   i.Aiiliiuii
ll-Sl'IT.U,
Pokt Steele, B, 0.
THOMAS   -\U* V ITT 1K.
P.L.S. _•_ C.E.
Port Steele B.C.
//. /,. CUMMINS.
p.L.s. .1- c. /■;.
Furl Steel? B.C.
ii. ii. miss. M. W. HkhiiimivIi
ROSS & HERCHMER.
NOTARIES PUBLIC,
CONVEYANCERS « MINING BROKERS.    0
Ajiviils fur Hi.. Kootonuy -.'ulloyn Co
l.iiniti'il. Tin* riiii*tii.\ liisiii'iini-i-
CiiiiijVin.v uf Liuiiini). l-liiittiinil.
Fori  Steele,   11.   C.
T.   EDE.
Customs and Mining Broker
CONVEYANCER.
Mining Properties llought ami Sold.
11.11..  lMifSIUI.il. ■'
.Ml
Ml.v
IS
rrni'i'sis.
ecord or Intoilni ri
I'll Hi
uf water or le—...
*.
uililiiliiiiui li» Inch
i-s
up 1.1
Ill 1*
I'll Iur ngrlcul-
limill lit' up in
tlll'lll   |Ull'[lllsl'Sl   I
Ilic lirsl llilil Inches of	
For every addlliunnl Ml inches nniin-
iniiiili".' "I	
luspi ,'n.ii or scurch i.i uny record in
uny rcci .-.ic- 'valor riglm	
1:1,1.   i'i:;. iintlri or nin llllllll!  Hill! ii
Commissioners  Gold Commissioner
I'm- i-.riiil.il copies ..l any record or
dociimclll per folio ol nm word	
Publication In the Unnctlo according to
U„. scale ot .Iiiiiii.- n- dellncd In
Schedule A "I   Un* ■Sliiliili-   nml
Journals Act."	
Annual Ices who paid to tho Col i-
sloiier Im* iin  District mi or beforo
Ihe Wli day ol Juno lu each year.
J. A. Harvey
NOTARY    PUBLIC   AND'
Mining Broker.
Fort Steele, B. C.
f.u'i sioi 1.. October21.
NOTICL.
ioiIcc Umi sixty dm
l Works fm* in
j i'*„i'i Sleele. llrilish Columbia, !■
Corlltieato No. im.uW, Intend, slsli
■iin, il hereof, to minly tu llio i
coriler ror u eertillcnle ..l Imtiroi
lliu. purpose "i i.iiiiiiiiiiii' a Crown
Mul rurtlior mln' notieo that in
ui li mini bo coininenccd beli
Min
'lite
lll|l!
llll
posi marked T. U. I'roclor's
post, ihenee westerly along
ii.ii,-mi . purchuso liu ''imil
i'u    ihonee northerly li
.in o or snld lnko Duohnl
-.-I. rhuiiiv iiiiiii'.. southerly
uf uegluulng.
Hun illli'l i Ist, l-l'l
'I', il, I'u-.i 11 ii
the I'lirjnisi's of the I'liiupal^^^^B
. ''.*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^___^____.
relit i     ! .  \ enoHtn
i  :- i,i ilk-el ;,|| ii,..
1	
■  implying I
■   ■     ■■   . i" '    I    , i  ,' vi i. ;,„,[ Works (or p
llll .. '.l.l.l.'.fl:.     lowlni vi	
mul  ..[ ' oi "I  I,,, i  K ii
,i ,, ,.          hiosl which bus 1
AGREEMENT   POR   SUNDAY   ZZZZ,Z,ZZ.,n,
mi' ii. ■   '.i '. ,,, ftQTMft "'r"""r' l;""1
oilii.T I'KiiiiHin;    ■ ii bji-'i       .. uLUoIPHj, ; „ , .,,„rlli |,()(,
*.'.',!   I   ■  ■
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m. n Imi
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NOTICE.
ib] i-'ii'-n llml A. W. MoVlllic
Cliief CommlKhlniiLTOl UiuIh
pihIhhUiii !■' i 'biiHClho roi-
Inn fnr\ SU't-lo DIvtMtun
t.    r.iiiiiiii'iii'iiii' nt lln-Iniiiul
NMll, Mfl.KOl) CUHIiA'.N*.
Iiitcil this :mili iluy oi Oltobur, imi;.
I j
'' NOTICK.
'i    Tin "..""I l.iii'U MiiiiTiil I'iuiui siiuiit.'tllii Hi
'| I'orl Sleolo MIlilnH l)tvl»loiiu| Kusi  I-i im.-J
"llHsirli'l.
WliiTi' 1,'ifiin-il:  im ihu-iil. lii'ii-v Hill nuni
Miiilti-m-li.
Tiilto nollco thul I Noll Mel d Cnrrtirt, rmj
Mtnor'H Certlllcnto No, flftoo?, ukoiiI ror P. C
AiMJi. i.HofToroiiio.Oiiiiirlo.l-,raoWlnoi,'MCVr
llllcnto So. 1HM7I, Intonil shiy iliiyitfromth>
•imi* liorcof, iu;i|i|iiv in iiir Mlnlnu Itocorili
fnni Coi'itllcftto "t Uniii'iivi'iiiirits tur iiie pur
[lourof olnninliiKu Crown arum ol llio	
SCHEDULE TWO.
Tm: Nn'iM.YiNi.  or   Watbh  hy   U'aiiiii-
WOHKS SVS'l'KMH TO ClTlKH,   T0WN8 AM)
LNomi'oK.vrKi) Localities,
Kwry MunlL'limlUy hi- Bpeclnlly Incorpomlod
compunj stuiii i,;.y in t'ORpuci of oiicb ol tho
scv_ru1 iii.uii'i-s in SchoduloOno of Ibis Si-lioil-
iiii'iiif:iiiiiti,,lihi'i.'i's;ii rmurainf sueb niiit-
lii _
rim
-lulu
imi
nko nollco tlml nctlon i
bu commonccil beforo llie isHiil
tillcnti "i ImprovonuniiH,
N'llll. Mi'l.KMH Cl'llllAN
ti iluy nfOiitobcr, IM'I,     IT-£
1
Iti Vi 1    Hi' i" Hu '   '   I'-'
1I1I     .-*.   In 'i,    1,. I.'  .nt. 1    1 Mi
1 In rl     l'.i'i,' .   n,,*i,i, t-rtsi   .  .1 * n 11
.in, *   ..I   ni    I'lurli -  pun i>.1 ' mnl 1,   I., 'i
hi    'i     I'M  > id| i> in 'in- |n.in- ni  in .-in
I   li    ■    1   in    1 nli; .iu.*
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...     .1 i..!,.. 1 in. 1 ii; 11 ti
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NOTICE,
tu.' H11111I iui ui claim, situated in Hi
I*. 11 '-'"i l" Miniii,, im 1 uii ni i.iii noli t.iijv
OKI lli'l.
IV    1,,1'lllnl      HI.    'I.li'lii'll.l   lllll
'.fill, llnl
■i.i' .nniiii Hun 1 'i",i Miiii".iH'iii'i'iiii
\  fi inili 11   \.. minor, ngi.ni Inr n, i|
,\l  Ill M 'I'lll ','    fl"   ,'	
: ■ '."I iimi mi ■ i-iv day   i",ui 1
 1  lnllli|il.l  i'   llllllllll   H"'" -     ''
ci rlllleiili "i Impi in  rorll ,"
■ilili ,' I'niv. 1 1 "i if at 11
ml    irl ■' lulu  i n llml m i  uu
uu, ui sucheortlllcatenl Impriivci i
Mi
linlml III ',,"''
I-;
I'liiil,., presenting hy n spiclnlly luei
, 1,,mi urn petition undi r section.'
0! lhe ,'.'' I if'' uiin- ol Hi'' 'l"'1'
Hum, 1,1 icctlon 5*1 prescribed, li f
nl	
Bu|irenic llonrl grunting such |i"ti-
ll.n.i.it	
sriii'iiri.K 'l'lim-.i*:.
,.,1 villus 1.1* Watkii  inh \v \
11  1.111 IKIIIIS'IIII.II. UU  M.IM'fli
lllllNi. I'l Ul'ii-li- HI   l'millll
I pi.Ill'
null nl llu
'.lll'll llllll
|_|      III"
iiiiiniiit:-.
pnnj -imil imi In ri'spiri ..l
u nt In Schedule 0 1
I 'il llie foes In respect nl
I Si'licilulo One proscribed!
   Hii'iiiii'iiinciil-. n-
llnucil Ilisei'llnnWIol IheAoLnfooof I  -'.'. in
I'lii'i'ii'iyi'i'i'illli'iiii' iiiiilir M'i'lli.ii m
or section tld ol IhoAct.il tec nf     100 00
I'lii'ibe exainlnatlon uml uiHirovnl or
llii'i schcilitlu in proeootllng llxlng     "
lull-, lutes, run's. ruiitHor chargos, u
fooor     in no
PHOVlNOIAf. SKI'HCTAKY'S ill'l'icil.
HIS lltlMU'li lln* l,i.'iili*iullll.-i;nv-
i-ru,,1* Ims boon pli'iisi'il to iiiulci*
Hu* fiilliniiiiK'ii|i|iiiiiitiiii*iils:
.Insiuli siiri'i'ii. I'l-.jnin'. Mining II"-
i,.iil.'f. ut liuiiiiiil. in lir
Ui'i'Ol'ilol' ol Murk." mul   llriiiuls   null,t llv "l'illlli* Ai-I," I'm* Iiir liusl Kuui.
unity   Klit'iiii'iil   lllnti'li'l, mul  Dopnty
rl.il rn Hi" I'.iii*". Iur  th,' Nurlliorn
IllVl'i.lll ..I III"    li.i  lli-ll'i,'l.
t   lllll'l"-     Mil:   l'.y    I'lllWllt'llH,    K-i|llil*l',
Mining II.I'lii'u.-i.  ni   li'oi'l, sii'i'l.., i<>
In-
llopnlj i 'l.'ii, ..: im- i'"ii"". nml
K""i ii.ii' ol   In"   < inuil.',     i "Ui'l ii
Im.iiI.'iiiii Iii,I.Ii'ii nl, Port Stoolo.
IILAU.
THE PROSPEOTOR.
Johnson ifc Robinson
MINING     BROKERS.
I'lHl'l* STEEL-, li. C.
Correspondence Solicited.
CHAS.   ESTMERE.
Draughtsman and
Blue Printer.
In Moyle Townsite Company
Office.
D, M, McMillan,
Mining Propositions,
Mining Shnres,
Farm Lands umi
Heal Estate
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED,
It. M. McMillan, l'n* Ion, Mnn
Joe Tacnhauser.
WATCHMAKER   And
JEWELLER,
V
If.vonr ivilloli i» sink si'iul il to'J'iton-
liiins.*i*'s Watch IJospitai.,
Opposite Townsite Oltice.
m IKE (W       A
EXOUANSE,;. SAFE DEPOSIT CO.
CASH PAID FOR GOLD DUST,
EXI.'IIANIIES  BOUGHT ,<*. COLLE--
TIONS   HANDLED.
Drafts sold payable in Exchange
un iill principal points in
America.
REFERENCES,
K.\i'li;ili<-v Nlll liiimi Hunk    Spiiknni-.
I'linilni'lv.llll   " " I'ml luml.
Nnl. Llnnk nf Coinnioi'co    KitntntH Ulty.
Ural NilHiiinil Hunk I'it'l", l'n.
Mi'i'i'liniiN Niii. Ilniilv I'ni'i Imul.
Fort Steele A:;:;ay
Office,
RONAN 6kLEACH,
ASSAYEIIS AKD CilEfniSTS. THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B. C, NOVEMBER 6, 1897.
STAGE LINES.
iiin i
;." A I v. i-l 1-." iinni - i.i lln
round I inliii'!' iiin*! ul tliln iiiiimi*.
Fort Stoole nnd Moyio Luke.
Iii'linrn.. Fort Htui'li', Tuosiluyii mul Pl'liluys,
m lu. in.
Arrives, I'm*! Sli'i'li'.'I'liui'Mlnvs uml Sundays.
in. Itillu |i. in.
Tort Stoolo to Kalispell.
i.i'iiii's fui't sii'i'h' fiiiiuv in-ii-iiiiii's iii ;
ItClurullIK li'ili'i's Klll'spoll 'I'lU'silll.Y lUOl'llIlIKH
III t.li'liii'll.
Uppor Columbia Navigation Co.
.Slill!.' lniv.'s l'.il'l  Sli'i'li' Tll.'Ml.i.V llinl I'l'lilil)'
mornlnuH, coniiri'llnii witli Hteuiiiiirs m
i'iuiui I'lnt r.irllnlili'ii.
®he Inspector
SATURDAY, NOVRSIBKB «. IH)".
ii- SI. Mn i'l
:i Slill' Mil
these   treaties,   wnli   ultiiiiiile notice.
gaill to till tho Colonics, Cuilltllll, X"Tli'l I- iIiiiiiii ' mv i
lm* tin* siiUi' nf securing Iii'i* i(7ho*l'l(ivl*OT°|1|(iruiVr*luii
coiniiiercial  freedom, is willing Lossi™ mrsnAci i *pnr
In  |i!I.V tin* |il*iri. ui' tolliporttl'ily Willi pownr to conKlrui't, cqult
ml iii it lini,' iofoiga countries tomllllllllll"""",,(lllrilor»|""'rov
Un* benefits „f |„.i' iiiiiviiiitim'^1.'."1,711,t'f'^1,'"i"-!!!,M,'1i,'ir,"L.1,'1,i']',-,
tariff, although il inuiins u lo.ss|„.  A,„-«u.. ',AZ'ZZ,;,',Z,
ill'   Viivi'llllc   (his yen1' "I    about Hlvur Ion iiointut or ncur lhe Ni
$500,000.      \|*t,.|* tho IllSl "I UOXt UiencouloimtlioHl.Murs**KHlvor l.y tlio hum
July Canaan will be I',*"" to do;us ^^X^SSiK^;
slii' lilii'.s, nnd il is CXpBltOCl llllll   Mull,!,, mi„ ton point on Upper Arrow Uko,
Um   policy   Iii   Iii' lulol'tcd  Will uml lo linliannd oiioi-iuo triirawuya In connei-
gladcteti the heart of <'»' >""*sl:""" "l"'"""", ^''A'A" AT"'"''''''
.     . . .   ,. ,   ..     intiifl' li.. r"'1 :t|11' maintain briui-li LIhoh iiiulul nocessury
nrdmil Imperialist, tho tarifl bo-\Mm rmh „y„„mUol.rlM „„„ „, „„„,,.
ill!,'    llllllll'    '111     I'SSl'lllillHy    I11'"' I min. nml iniiliiliiliiiviii'H's mul iliirUs In i*iiiiiii*i-
Hl'itisll lllll'. !""" lliri'i'ii ilii. iiiiiI Willi liiiii'i'l* Iii Inillil. mm.
' cnulp,   inul   iiiuliiliilu sli'iiiu unil other   vi's-
Sir  Henry Irving nml Miss "^i"""', •■oi"-*' "'"-i opomto ihd «nmuon uny
,,,, m .    ■       i     ,'tlill'li'illili'Willi,', lliiliili llll'I'l'iilllii'i'.llllil Willi
Ellen lerry were entortniiied nl | power wbuii-.enuip.opmto una miiiiuiiiiii'i-
lll-l-lllltl   Willi
ri'ii.'i'U loo-
NOTE AND  COMMENT. ,(   0-mi,linlonllu,.,   limohoon   nt | OKmpl. nnd ic.lopl.ono line
W. I'\ Bailey, Assistaul Laud|Cal'diff' alu1 presented with un UllyrorU,
illtiniiiinli'tl  ndilii-ss.   Thn Ions!  ""A wlili i»
Commissioner,  in   giving  evi-, |ml.ll(,
donee before the Land Acts Com- M "Ul"' ,;"">ls" «'»« proposed „„„„.
mission 1.1 Dublin, gave the lol- '■"1<1  s"'  Hom**>* M«g, in  re- «
lowing   particulars ns  to   the sponse, suid that to his mind the „•	
nproved position ol agricultural *"il" wh° (lil1 nol cure I'm* Un* ;;-■
play wns imi so -inul 11 citizini ns ,l;lllJ
the good playgoer.  At the Sani- ■'"■'"■■
tary Congress in Leeds it
.prlvllii
iply nt linlii ln-111 mul powor,
i„ luproprinu lands lor Um
onipuny uml louequlru lunils,
■'.iil'iillii'l'iliiMl'.iliillll.vlliil-
niil m levy uml collect tollii
istiiK llllll mi nil fi'i'liilil pilKslnK
labour since 1W80: Hi*-had, he
snid, frequently made local inquiries in lln* County Down, one
of the incst  Important   tillage been gravely urged by a iiiediciili^'—.    	
counties   There vere 20 judicial f^1™1 l ■'« '"''»y'■'•'»"» hadi,,;v s.i.vKs... i.i..ma,'xk„.
..111H11.0.   -11-10 11-.       ,1     ^    ilu'i'ii ]iroiiipte.l by the pictorial solicitors lor mo Anpiii
•-nts fixed there in one district, advertisements of violence on:
joy. won.
Boots   iv^'   Shoes
F
Repairing done in a workmanlike
manner.
Mercantile Co/
DAVID  GOLDBURG
Wholesale ^ Retail
DEALERS IN
KALISPELL,
MONTANA,
WholeSale dealerin Confection-1GENERAL   MERCHANDISE
erv.  Fruit, Nuts, &C, iSc.
Cigars & Tobacco.
AKE
UY
ONEY.
r
Hardware. Groceries, Going
Boots»Shoes. Rubber Boots.
Mull lulu*, power or prlvllcits
ii.'.'i'i.n .it' 1111: City hi* v.i:
Ami   lli'iii'L-ii  I ll'iiulii'i'. lulv 111'  I'm'! Sli'i'li'.
prOHpuctor,  I'lfi'iii'.iiiii.
'i'oOoorKO O'Conui v:
ilu' iiuiiii iiliiliu liiis been Qu
id; In llio lot
.Imi n. npp
•r in person 1
He got a table of wages, and the stage.   In spite of that very notice.
found thnt in 1880 a labourer for serious indictment lie was very! in r,„. smnii n.-in- coun hoiacn ut Fort
the half-year *o\ £8 10s, with'proud to lind that they held fast Steele More juuhm i.rnuson ArmsironK.
board, in 1800 "jen 10s., and this to the ideu Umt ihe theatre -wns st'iwndiury Muaiuiniu tor mc uimrict of Enut
year the wages had run up to the most broadly humanizing in-   °°way -.-„ ,vi„ns,r
tll. This rate of wages applied fluenco in the world. Sympathy,    n,.,,,,,,.,, Aiirwi v.. «*ut: ..t i _'rt steoiol
to the best class of labourers, tolerance, serene and sustaining nuuticmun, I'lnintin
•The wages of the average In-!wisdom were  preached in   lite
bourer in 1880 was C7 5s., in 1890 plays -of  Shakespeare ns they
e810s,,ttndin 1807 i'l) 10.   The had never been preached nny-
•wnges of boys 15 Illld risen from j where else.     It wns n wise man  icreil und 11 summons Issue] iiijutiisi you in Hi
30s for the half-year in 1.80 to who snid that the professional »i»vo coun ny a, E.wmiior me sum oi moo
tnin 1800, and E0 in 1897. There moralist wns moral Iiy strength ^'^t^ZTlsZ^
had been a progressive increase of antipathies, but that Shake- h„V)) ,lasiKnca mo »ma ncc-unt to mo suiii a. e.
iu the standard of living also, speare was moral by strength of Kvnu,nndihuinnoraoriuwneonnnnictiinuiio
In Jssil lhe hours of Work Were bis sympathy, nnd llie poet him- liuuilt-tilion ..( un entry ut sueh plnlnt In tlio
5 a. 1,1. 10 7 p. 1.1.; four meals self had put lhat gospel of hu- SS^SSiK
were supplied daily.   The mom- inanity into words which bore „,.,.,.,,,.,',',,
ing meal, at 6 o'clock, consisted the stamp of immortal truth      Timsuini
of "cold buttermillt and oatcake; "The web of  our life is of n suiurduy
lirenkfiist. nl 9 o'clock, of oat- mingled yarn, good und ill to-
meal porridge uml sweet milk; gather."
dinner, at noon, of potatoes _and     „Then the little vellow devil
liutterinilk: ami supper, nl  1. ol .        .*
porridge or potatoes and milk. l':"**" alollg With hls "'l(1; lintl
lu 1807 tho hours of labour nre the Englishman has never since
shortened by iwo hours, from 6 conic out better thnn second in
10 (i.    Breakfast is given, nt 7 any drinking bout.   Tho secret?
Olive oil. line wineglassfu] before ihe I'uu begins, nnd if |ni.-si-
of |»tatoes. buttermilk, bread, bi„ anotilel. later on, nnil vou
mui lived bacon nml soup; and can  j;,,,,,,  vo,n.  w;t  an(1    legsl
fresh meat and leu .11 the after- throughout the dampest evening. Personal attention paid-co all kinds
""(>n. 1 presume one ol   iwo  things .. ,
The President—Afternoou tea. hmi)1,enSi     |,;i, *,,.,. „„, oi] coats ol Joo work.
(Laughter.) the stomach and keeps the ulco- 	
Mr. Bailey—ies.   lhen sup- hoi from being absorbed bv the
per Hint 7 o'clock, consisting ol  svsl.'in  or else  it  Hon is on lop
l'T\ r^dignitvP^^&^^     Hot Air DrumTa Specialty.
A\e often near 01 I he digni v .    , ,, ... ,    ,,-   ,  	
. B    •   ask the medicine men about that,
with which political matters we An [ knmv is its practical result. 1*. C. fiaMSTSOSG.
curried forward in Knglnnd. The and thul hits enabled us Yankee
rude nnd unmannerly Canadian I Hoodies to go home cheerful nnd
is often asked to tuke example clearheaded  many an  eveningU     .    „---„_ _._ .
,      ,. „„,  :,  ,.„„.,  ,„, ,„ when our foreign cousins were " ' u ' WL'ii\ui \ _*li\.
hereti'oni.    but    I  cm  t  be  ill ,,      ..    ,n .   ...     ,,
.speechless. —Louisville   Courier-
upuu you.
lii'iinl in ('urt Stoolo on
luy nl lii'i't'iiilitT ;n ten
on ivhli'li iluy you liru
ul   it  .Villi lill lllll ll|li)l'lll'
out* solicitor ut tlio limu
lied, such orilur will bo
nken ns ilu .'.l.i'vi-ii'iit.'
KMSTHOXi.t. MiiBlstrutc.
o'clock,  of len. bread, butter,
uml bacon; dinner ul \1 o'clock
THE PIONEER TIN SHOP.
Sheet Iron Stoves made to order.
East Denbighshire tlmt we nre
asked  to  look  for  11   pattern.
Here is a comment on the recent     ,    ,, ,     ,. .   ,
election in thul riding, (where ajf collectors of political pam
the Radical candidate gol about "     "
Journal,
Amateurs of humorous verse
two to one over his Tory oppo
nent,) which we tuke from the
columns of tbe London 'i inns:
"fur liinn.v j'cui'n tin* minora uf Must
Denbighshire hnvo boon ullowed tu
i-fuBo 11 hgai'lng tu uml stone tholr
opponents.- These Btone-tlirowei's huve
iilwuys lui'ii un tho winning side, uml,
us nothing hus lii'i'ii snld or dono to
pvovont tlii'in indulging in those oloe-
blonoorhig pnstltnos, thoy hnvo I'stuli-
lislieil 1111 ulisulutu tol'l'Oi'lsm, und nu
political opponent can daro express his
views I'Xi'i'pl ul the lisle ul liis life, is
1111 election tonghl en such lines tn l«.
cDBsldei'od vitlUl if sm-li hlucliguiti'illsni
is HUCCOBSflllV"
Tii get stoned, und then lo gel
beaten by two to one, is loo bad.
The High Commissioner for
Canada in London, snys ihe
London Times, bus received nn
intimation trom ibe Dominion
(lo'ei'iinieiil llinl llu* reciprocal
tarill will, until August 1. 1808,
in* applied to importations Prom
Belgium, (icrniiiny, Prance, Algeria, the French colonies, Argentina, Austria-Hungary, Bolivia, Columbia, Kussiu, Persia.
Denmark, Sweden, Vonezuela,
Tunis, und Switzerland, ns well
its to Groat Britaiu und Ireland
nnd to New South Wnles. Cable
messages Imve been received in
Ottawa stating that much disnp-
poillliuenl is fell ill England mei'
the very general application of
lhe minimum Canadian tariff, 11
GENERAL   BLACKSMITH,
AND
WHEELWRIGHT.
Horse-shoeing A Specialty.
RJ.CRUICKSHANK,
Port Steele, B.C.
Mining Work a Specialty,
phlets will do well to procure
"Sir Wilfrid Laurier's Progress
Through England nnd France in
the Jubilee Year." In this little
brochure, now very popular in
lhe Dominion. Mr. a. M. II. Gordon has pleasantly and effective-
ly hit otr ihe intense satisfaction 1 General Blacksmith,
felt by all Canadians in the at- HORSESHOEING,
tention paid iheir representative tun mddiui-i
In England and on the Continent. »»D J0BBWQ.
In form the "Progress" is a
monologue, in which one French-
Canadian describes lo another ill
habitant English, the triumphs
of "Sir Wilfrid do Ureal." Tin"
Queon, in sending out Invitations, "for male' some Jubilee,"
insists particularly on thoattond-
niice of Mr. Lnuriori
11 Wilt ,1.1 I .iimi,riiill inn, '..111...
I mil In' Klllll tin unu'.'
Wli.'i'iiil   Williiil   ' -um 1.11,1 follow hlm"
,V|,li,'V
Mil drill.   1."1  -I m.i fl'i'l
Uml nnii'1  in 111,1'iliu.
'I'l. I.lllllll'l-. llllll" lllll ill .llllll'
Vim mil'111.'. I uilli IU,
Mul alum you iviii I- iiin'. I, l-'raioli-
I'mui.ilu 11 i.'1'iiiiiii 'in*.
The knighting of Laurier follows, and the grout llgure he cut
nexl day, riding "mi the State
1111(1   ill   clllipeilll   lie   coi|lle." lhe
greatest man in England "oxecp'
de Queen," is enthusiastically
doscrlbod, Mi*. Wilfrid then
crosses the channel uml shows
Prosidont Fain, nml ilu. ladies
"Wil'l de |;iu' of n ,lis co'nlrie
GRASSICX  & DEMPSEY.
CONTRACTORS
AM)
BUILDERS.
Fori    Sleele   B.C.
p? BO BSE IN,
CONTRACTOR
IN
OYIE riTY
C
K
AND
(MBERLY.
D. A. MelNTOSH,
Solo Agent.
Fort Steele.	
Crockery,    Lamps,   Glassware,  Hums,   Bacon  and   Sail   Sides
Men and Women's Overshoes, Dry Goods, Maoanaws, Blankets.
COAL OIL, OATS, BRAN m> SHORTS
Wait foi1 our new Coiisigmnei-l ul' Queun tTcnters ami Stiiol ("'oukiiiy Runjfo5.
CARLIN
FOE   SALE.
A lli-li'irse-power poitablesaw*
mill, in good condition.    Apply, &
X. HANSON, '#
Wasa, B. C. ■£
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SteeJe   House.
F. A. SHIP
DURICK
FONT   STEELE.    IS. C
*"»-       S General    Mcreh:
lias leased l'n.* Dining Uooinanil Bed  ^
-   iBO, and begs X      },j;ncrs     Supplies
pati'omige 01   4-- '  '
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Specialty   *
* nf lln* Steele IIiiiim*. inul be
in -.uli.-ii u Bhnrc of the patronugc u. Ig,
iho public. .       *       Agents   For   The   California       *
^l^o™""   ;* Giant Powder Company. %
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BREAKFAST    II i" !> a.w
DINNER  1- I" - l'-»'
SUPPER    ''< to S p.m
Short orders will lie serve
iivi'i'ii regular meal hours,
only  li-
GERMAN BAKERY
AND
COFFEE HOUSE.
Home  made Bread and fresh
Coffee at all hours.
FRANK PECKSTEIN.
Moyie M
Mouie Gity, B. C.
First class accommodation for travelling public.    A woll stocked bin*,
(luml stabling,
G. CAMPBELL, PROPRIETOR.
Tennis leave Fort Steele Tues-
days Fridays and Saturdays at
7 a.in. for Elliott's Landing, connecting wilh bouts for Moyie
City,
Iinni- cun In* Inul uny iluv nl l-'.Hiutl s.
ami BUILDER,
Port Su
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ll. ('
Albert J. Grez.
BARBER.
Next Door to International Hotel.
POUT STKKI.K, II. i*.
definite announcement ims beon|roiiroson',"   Tbo inlo coiutlmli
invited ns to tlie intentions of with the triumphant nml reully]    A. largo ox-jiorionco in loading
•liui Laurier Ministry next yoill
Pol' Ibe extension 11! the |irelei*-
eiitiiil  cluiise   lo  liflooll   loi'oigll
countries Ministers disavow llie
responsibility. Und the Canadian  contention respecting the
innsl-favoured iiiilioit cliiuscs in
llie Bolglan iiiiii Gorman troatlos
boon  Uphold,  nil   foreign  coun-
trios would have I  slutl oul.
However, tho immodlato result
Ims been  ibe denunciation of
felicitous stimuli:
1. '"i .nu Wlllrliliniiiliin |.'ninpii
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I I'llll, 111' Will Illllll'-! Ill-Ill lllll*
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.1. .1. Lamont
Contractor ami Builder
Fort Steele, P. C.
barber simps of American ollioi
nml foreign countries.
JAMES HIKIIWAIIDKN & SON.
PIONEER  BARBER SH01
Gvorylhlug Strictly Pirsl Cln s
Next tlon,' to il„ Pnapector,
Crow's    Nest
HOTEL
Elk River, on tlie line of
the new railway.
GOOD ACS-MM3DATI0II FOR
TRftVEllBiS.
B     "    ■ * -I ■      - ~-_M-MWll*,.
MINERS'
HOTEL,
Perry Crock,
Now    'iii'ii fur Im-iiH --.    Yu\\    In. I.  nl
win'-     Iquoi'H nml I'ii'ju■..   (iimil hcili
and (food moiitn ul rniiHoiialilo iirleos,
A. .1. ROHKUTSON,
Miuii^'ri'. ilAMBfl J- Mi KVOV.
GEORGE GEARY.
Livery, Feed & Sale .Sialile.
Fuel Ski'li! U.C.
SAIMII.I', ,. ]'.,ri; HORSES,
II AM INC, III" All. KINDS A SI'I'Cl.tl.TY
JOHN WEIGHTMflN
I.IYFY.
FEE 11. A NH
SALE STAPLES.
Kalispel Mont.
Parties t" uml  from  Fori  Steele
will finil Unit tin- i- tin* besl plnce to
leave tholr iini-li. unil uliiiiin convey-
H. E. KING &, CO jumw.
id Kalispel!
STAGE LINE.
D.  W.  WOODBURY, MANAGMl.
On mul after Angus! 27th, 1W(7. ivookly
i-tii-i*.- will lriivi- Fori Stoolo mi Frt-
iluy inoruliigs ul "ii'rlncli.   Ro-
tiirnltig    leuve    K';ilis|n'll
Tuesduy  inoi'ttlngs ut.
*     7 o'clock.
Kalispell and Fort Steele officos
at the stores of
l-'ORT STEELE
AND
MOYIE LAKJ-
STAGE   LINE.
A bl-weokly stago will leave Steele
every Tuesday and Friduv at
7:80 A M
Commencing Fr'ulny. -Inly Kith, fur
Cranbrook, Sifton, uml Moyio City.
Ileturnlng   will   leave  Moyle  mi
Wl'llll.'-llllVMlllll  Sill llllllll-lit
,•;.*;;() r m
Itouchlng Steele the (lay lolloiving
ni iinni).
Tickets iiin,. lie I'l.i.'iii'.'il fr 1 . v.
Keep,  Mil'- Deposit ' <>.. Sic ile   *
uml ut lh.- Hii'.'l. MoyloCity.
The Great North Western Telegraph Company,
Direct service to all parts of the
World.
Offices  in   ail   important
points In East Kootenay.
Mr: SPRAGUE
Moyie 0 Steele
FREIGHT
LINE.
|.>el«lil nil' lie I'lifi'li'il lietwi'iui : nrl
Siri'lr. i I'.iiiln'iiiil., "iiinn. Illld  Moyle
rili. ul ll..' inili,niii" in*'
(Over BO His, lii'liti! ii' ln"li". rati'.
II, iiiini Steeli uml ('riitiliriinli
.Mi ihiiiikI         '     '
Kill llllllllll"  "''
II,.iu,-,.|i stoole uml Sifton
.Ml |i'illl|il- '
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I'.i'liv.'i'ii Sli'i'li.' nml Moyli'
;,ii iiuiniii-  i'""
Inn inilinii-.  '-ni
Spoclltl   iui*'-' "li  imi"'  I"1"  mui   '"'
UlTMII".  :l     |lj     llplllvlll        '"   '   '    M.   I"1"!1'
-,.,!,. ii,'jn, ,i iv. . .', . Fori sii'i'l".
Al.i, :i -in-.' Iiii" niii''' ii »*ooli bo-
luii'ii Moyle Lull'' mi'l Stoolo,
Karl si,.rl,'. II, C, Jul) lil, 18117.
Fruit      Confeetionery
■i^    Notions of all kinds.
ai-AlfS and TORA-CO.     uu
Kalispell Hosaitiii
I'.AI.llll'lll.l., MONTANA,
/
Mrs. .iimi' ■ Cniilnii
"       'I.    I.'.    Ill    I     '   ' Hllil'   T.,1.".
**    W.  \. liiiiriul  \
MllH, i.. II   -A'KiniKK, Miimi ■
I'mii'iii 'iinil Korl Stoole, uml llm
mines, .nil I™ iin ivi-ii hi I'liiisiiiililil"
I'litos,   I'm I* nu  upply in;
Mrs. fc. ll Webber, Mnrutticr.
KALISPELL,  MONTANA,
d THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE, B.C!.. S'OVEMBEH 0, ISO?
i poB *.«. v j-i. v x wrfrnnwe;
THE   PROSPECTOR,
i.s    PI'Ll.isllEH    WEEKLY   HY
Till-:   PHOSPECTOH COMPANY.
A.  li GRACE, MANAGER.
Muy ,■,.'' (1 ■■mili'i N. iv York,   li
is n.' tow iiu'ii iiiili-i' i  llml  could
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In* truthfully spoken  lhu words
which thi' London IMiHg Ultiimieh *
lis i* *ii.iri.*il   by iiil'li'   i"   Imvo *
spoken "I the dead philosopher: *
"Thont'wsi t ilu* death of Mr. *
Henry George conies with deep **
Isadii.ss lo niillioiis throughout %
the prospectok, i.< puwiaiicd the civilisied world.    He died  ill iff
every Saturday, and lias a guaranteed harness, ti vietim of nil Herculean Jjt
circulation larger than any other_ paper I   ffor|   ,„   mlaJ   N„w   Voi'k from S
::;,]^,:;;;:::r'--^;;;,;^r:,r'::u^.h, _»# d «.rrui,tuni    |
other paper In the district. I misrule.   He could llliusell hlirclly   ^
v- nu advertising hkJ"'.ii It Is »n   I,,,-.,■ chosen ll better w
oxeelicd. ^
Kaslo n-uuts in liave regular £
.   lilies oi Hi*' County i ■ "■!   in  •£     HOT ■  col 0 iATIL"
iim; ri;*.      is      i uo •&
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Two Commodious Sample Rooms lor Goniiiicrclal Mnn
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j. g. Greene, Proprietor.
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Headquarters--***
For Travellers and Mining Men
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the country, nrouse all 'I le   l'  p* '*
ii.i'in- ol   disorder and di -■■-.■ ■        e is
tent,    which    always    bunded  while   nt expi
agtiinsi   the  Republican   party,! ,.ivel. ,n.0 .   ■ -
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London and
Chicago.
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options carried.
iiii Dea s Transacted.
K. A. ELTON .t CO.
Monks kept, nml accounts audited.
Handsomely and Expensively Furnished.
Everything new, First Class and'
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Home Comforts.
vance i„ w^™.'This is''win Thoy win m V(!'mnni!!l!?n!HmH!f!!H!'HV"'"'H!H^!!!n!tnn^!!!W-_    *fe. Retford, Winchester, Marlln, Remington,
the ciiiupuiim iuXew York is of i the Dom ■ ■ ■'     -' £ ^ and Savage n ties,   dreener, lisdall, acott, l-la-
national  inlnn -t.   Thi i i.s   tlso ,i., .... v. ill, for 1
why l! iirnesl mul  ii ■
li_lil the Ui'piihlicans nre niitli      ■'■ l>im. ''' presenlii ■■ ' ■';■ *z
ing iirrv the eily arc appluii'l adiiiuCeiieral Eleetric* I i * pany. g
ed  1"   lh ■   purly nil   over Ihe '-   ''         ' ity.    He    - ■  <" l~
, ||'V ■ inuld' ..I run eu   ■       * '   'ii- Sz:
trodiiction "i  nn electric   lijrhl S^
1 N.HANSO
General Merchant AND
Liquor Deaier.
bi-ougli
Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber.
A large assortment of seasoned
Lumber and Shingles always   on   hand.
c*t -
I'llCi   ' I'  III"  I'm*!   Illlli. Willi ll  Ue
pill ■ i    ■; .. i'l'l'l
31IYIC
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'ni   yel   Ilic   rosull    of   llu
(•nmpiiiKii show lliul Ilic  o-ci lied " ., ,., ,.'.,',!,,,,,{ .i,;,| Col. Bal er £
".■'.■ii" nts ii         ir h ■   and  (lis- has di     soil ol lhe    boh oi his|i*~
■ouii . : ' hm |., uo   i i,,v    , N",. inion ... in lhe I Iranbrool; Ion n   *^
Vork, bul everywhere el ■-. u ti li     :v    '<'■ " "'. '  " '  ;" '    ': xi
i* , ■ i iii,i-i       I'oiiiuliilion,
:i ll N nn     111 VII 1   '       i'!     US    IIS       • s-     i     i    " -"
Hun ■.  \u iii, Indian ng, nl  on t;;
"'•en  It"'*'       lislifil,     io,    n   tli    M|l,   | ;,'. .     |       ..,,   v.   \\  o-    c
.l£ Dimension ILwmiber a Speciaty. 3HI
I lomiii un |t rl      enl  will  5"£ .3 Et
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and W. Richards shotguns.
half million riile unci shot gun wirtrigcs of every kind
and quality,   i'ataloguo on applleation.
TISDALL'S GUN STORE,
ancouver.
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^AND ASSAY OFFICE, .
I'llll'l'IIC Ii'l   lll'llll ('(llllll) i J
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#3 FORT STREET.   VICTORIA. B.C.
J. R. COWELt., e. A., F. fi. S., AAA ENGINEER.      il
S01.E PROPRIETOR AMD MANAGER. 3|
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ANDSTEAMHOAT LAN '" 0
\SSAY, *I.OO,      rul.I' ,\Nli sil.N EH, H.50,
SILVER, 'vl.iii. SILVER AND l.l'.AH. M.oll,
LEAD, i>l.!lCI, cm.I). SILVER AND CORPER, «l,     Sd
OT1IE11  METAI •'• ON   APPMCATIOX. aa
MILL  TESTS
Siainn Mill mis u capacity i
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Connecting with Steamer lor Fort Sleele.
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S. A. ROBERTS, P. L £
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Port le, B. C. THE PROSPECTOR, PORT STEELE 11. C, NOVEMBERS 1-07
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Now open and ready for guests.
Everything new and first-class,
Choicest liquors and cigars*
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Restaurant open
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All the delica-        )
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LOCAL NEWS NOTES.
Joseph Xeidorstadt is aboul to
start a brewery ul Movie City.
He has got his buildings in readiness and is now awaiting the
arrival of the necessary license.
He expects to gol started in
ulioul a uu,nlh.
Business all right No kick
coining al Gilpin & Liudsay's,   *
('. .1. Croft has just completed
the burning of the first kiln of
brick ul his new brickyard on
ihe wesl side of the river, ll
contains aboul SJ0,0 •■'. and looks
like u lirsl ruin article. Samples
cun be seen at this ol i ■
l-'n, iin*-.i' ,t ii ■■   lacos,etc.
A I'nll and complete line al Mrs.
fi. .1. Uighwitrdon's.
li. I,. Cumniings, IM. S., has
drawn n map showing llu* whole
of lho Kootonay Valleys Co's
lands on Kootenuy and Elk
Rivors.    li is proposed lo issuo
iii p in iiliu' print form.  Mr.
Cuiniiiings is now prosecuting
lhe Company's surveys on Elk
liivor.
Hoi walllos itv-i'j morn n ul
Mrs. Sprague's,
Mr. Koop of the IS nu *
Co,  makes the following state
luelll ill ensl  III lllllldlillg   I'l ei lis
mi ilu* outside, which Is perhaps
moro iinni i>* gonorallj  undi r
sinoil: Tl xpress charge   on
curroncy from Goldon lo Port
Sleele is 1 por cent, The rail
road oxpross charge to Goldon
is j ,,•■ i per cent. Thoro is an
average oxchango cliargo of | of
I per conl on all check , i n In-a
a total cosl of 1-! per eenl, In*
siil,..., ih,. time  '.is'.:,  wl   li  is
, nsUIVllj  HOI less Illllll [OUI' Weeks.
',' ie latest blocks in hi I
I,,n . ul Uilpln .'■ Lin I ii '
II. L, A "   u id '■    II "   Vi i'
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an "Hiiil of ipp * lo h in
work i     '■:■ ■ ' nplagr
Horse'
Tin    ivill i   ' ' ro f<»' lli,!
willful
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111' I INTKI'iil I IIUI'I ATIIIX I.AKOl'.R THAN
ilNVOTIllill I'AI'KH IN K *,-''' KOO'I ENAY, IT 1
11,1. Il'illi: I'i;IX Tl'.!', AN 1'I'UNTAIN'S I'lil'l".!
THE AMOUNT Ol' SKWSOF \NY I'AI'EH IM'I UE
nisTuii t,
.... .    .
As An Advcrtiseing Medium It Is Unexcelled.
ir-^v--lfrf;:!,.t.fi},-lifK(ii.i:|!r:
III
, £     TIIK I'HOSI'KLTOIK.'OVKIIS A iiist:,'|it
' Oi      l.AliOI'IKTIIAN SOME I.Jll'il.'Ks ,\\n HAS A
<A   j] Jj|       I.MiiiMI'iillllliiNnill'I'I.ATIi.N*.
M   C ll.
The Paystreak Of Ad's In This Papor Pays From The Brass Roots,
Anil Never Pinohes Out, Stake One I The Result Will lie To
Your Iiii [   t,
Job Printing Of All lunds Neatly And Prumptl
Executed.
'■    ' " .   'IUIjUIJUI
;,;   •
The ndvcrlisomont of the Moyio Placer Mining t'o. Ltd. is
withdrawn mil 11 further m
,.,,.,. .....
LUMBER CO.
FORT STEELE. E- C.
Manufacturers of. and dealers in all kinds of  rough  antl
dressed lumber.
PRICES AS FOLLOWS:
linn      '.      it     oCo   '., '"■        I.YIW   I! .
I.i'i'itl nml''  -" ; ;    ■ .
Nu - II Ini'.   	
Nu I li ilul, ll -in   ,
No2 I inrli Unu ... *
'.Nn I I im I' II in •
The Largest Sim ; of Dry lastK mtenay.
ALL   KIHDS   OF   MOULDING   AND   BUILDING   MATERIAL.
Fort Steele Meat (-on.pany.
Fresh ami Sail Meats always
hand.
Rob Rod ; cr   , r.   ,
Urni it
Fori :• TIIK PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE B.C., NOVEMBER fi, 181)7
TELEGRAPH  RATES.
Fr  Ft. s,..:. •„ Dmi
Ktilispoll
Spokuni
11.7.-]
1.1.7
Sennle     l.Hii
    1.11.7
''. .-'    '"I V.'l'	
Miinliuiu points.  ..
Ku-t nf Mlnnesotu.
Eastern i iiiiiiiiii....
Mmii'iil'ii	
('.l!'_'iirv 	
Golden	
Mi-I.i'ii.i	
1.1.7
i.i".
1..7I1
I.H.i
1.10
GET YOUR
®ju» lirooyectoi*.
SATL'HUAY, •NOVEMBKlt II. 1-
Oeorge Gooderhiuii  >;iy^ tin*
Wm* Eagle Company is seriously
considering tho   erect'u i   ol
smelter for tin* treatmeul  of its
ores,    "In all probability," sniil
In*. ••«'.• shall build -ui  Ihe west
~i.ii-1.:' tin.  !■;!or ...
m,i,.     II v..' r.in n ike s • - .
lory   ;;"!    -*   * ■ Is   ' '
mines in the as
oi'ii,'i the -'i.' Hi i' v. tl        ■     '
.' .--"ii v."  ■ not we shu
build i: to handle ou
exclusively.    Wi
construe!
lhe year, and thi
finished insidi i
A'   Rossland   the   ,,'■'-.
Lii   ■    ni  * .1.M !*;.'. ■     Mackintosh, annoum •■   th it
ganized a compti
with :'  capita   o   s-
..!"■ ..'.  British Coin
and In- ga* e nss iran e that 1
nr-   i.' is   properties
would Imil* ii" .'*.'    ti -'" 'i
ing  capital   fm* tii' ir  di
ment.
	
Th.' i'.  K'. Mining Con
i.:' Rossland, is being  i mind up.
Tho  company     is  E< reed into
bankruptcy last summer by the
action of the ' 'i'l National Bank
of Spokane in pushing the col
lection of   loans  ainouiiling to
iiliuiil-   i?,!! 1,1 il>n.    ll* sides   its  in
debteduess   to   the   bank,   tin*
other liabilities of the eouipai.y
mi far a-, known iiinouiil t" sl:.'.
nun. making an aggregate indebl
edness of  about   S4i,i m,   Tii''
assets ai''' the mill and llm mine.
Tin*  '■" ''timi   lii'lui'i'ii  lifi'
insiiraiice uml cremation will, nl
lirst sight, hardly In* plain in tlu*
average individual, An Aineri
ran eiiiiteni] orary, however, lias
iiiiiiiiii i il   " i necl lln* two, nml
in a :-i.nn whal lengthy article
dihiles upon llu* um* to which
ere nation mny In* put by tin* in
surance uiui'derer i, c, one wlm
murders for the snkc "1 t'raudu
lently obtaining iiisiiriinco
iniini.v. Tin. crux nl' ll"' whole
m^iinii*nl Ims in tin* fact that
win.n a corpse has passed
through n creiiiiiloriuin n posl
mortem is no longer possible,
mul ilu* truces nl' Inul play, il
such Ihere I"*. nn* forever "Mil
milted, Wi* uuisl uilmii lhat tin*
matter hardly strikes us ns an
important one, notwithstanding
BOOK AND
Canadian Pacific Railway.
FROM  OCEAN TO OCEAN.
When going Mast this line affords excellent accommodation for the traveller.   Splendid
Dining Car Service, Palace Sleeping Cars, Through Tourist
Car Service.
Lake steamers leave Ft. William, ont
Alberta     I'm* Owon Sound ovory Tuesday
Athabasca  "      "        "        "    Thursday
Maiiiiiilia    "      "        "       "    Sunday
FOR INFORMATION AND FULL PARTICULARS APPLY TO
C. K. WELLS, Agi'iit. Golden, B, C.
ROBERT KERR, Traffic Manager, Winnipeg, Mnn.
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Jllllllilil_U__„____*_______
JOB PRINTING
ii' iiu_uuuiiuuuuuuuuu_uuu--l     'Jiiuuu
upper coiuiiia Navigation
AT THE
rospector
heavily iii li*nii ami silver from hole in the scalp for a distance
tlm li. II. 1. claim, mui '.li"i''' is o]   Ave inches.    In addition in
a good  looking streak nf this his neck was badly wrenched
in' running along ono side by the force of the blow.
In* vein.   Tlm vein is from
|o iii Hi inches widi*.
lm
uml
uiu
llm
In
th
grc
inn
nin
un
Irn
Mr. 1'inyi'i* says iiuu  this dis- alter the big storm," says G.,I
l is opening up in groat shape linn., nf Spokane, in tlm Spulres-
Hint shipments nn* begin- ,„„„./;,,-,',„■. •*!. wiih throe othor
l"„,:'s-'   !;"-"   '"'"'T young men of this city, viz.i W.
I In* steamboats mi   tlm •'      '       ,,,,,,    ,
cherous river had more than M'  ' l''"'l!*   Pttul   Aproberts,
,-  i'iiiiIiI   limiilli'.   nml   wore nnd John Moore, went  tn Bon-
illy liandiciippod by a collis* ner's Perry, purchased a boat
which occurred shortly after|tm-\ startcad in do Koolcenay
igalion started.    Mnn* boat
profit of 8218,000 abovo operating expenses, ull fixed charges,
interest, taxes, and depreciation.
iti brief fan's are lower, wages
highor, hours shorter, service
Vbout three years ago, jusl ■,',„„„,,„*)„. largQ1.   alul m,.s
llm eni]iliiilic inauner in which it
hns been ilisruss..il l.y sundry
contemporaries. In tin* lirsl
place, we nn* pleased tn sny.
crime in connection wilh life in
suraiicn is. in this country ut ull
events, nf run* occurrence, hi
iin* second place, unfortunately,
cremation is by no means so pop-
alar us il 'I' rves in in*, mul the
number of bodies annually dis
posed "f in this manner is inn
insignificant i" '-ii'l for a restric
linn iu tin* insurance policy, lis
one   paper   suggests.    In   any ,,:i,
case, tin' wo I tl be        ■ erer lias ,,,
nlways the opl "i. n   des   oyinja   ..
his victim hy a po son
i    ,    • ■
..i ppi'itr i
■
I! ;"
-
Siiniinll
'
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.   Lake,   tin llu*  fourth  duv we
imug buill  lm* next years
li,. discovered   un   uprooted    tree
lm Canadinn  Pacitie is put- limiting mi llm hike and our at-
lini); in a brnneli lino.   Thoy will tention was called in this ooni-
conlinue work all the winter and mon  occurrence  by something
ther storehouses are now tilled glistening in the sun among the
lm*   thut   purpose    Tlm   mini runts of the tree.   On coining
slu ul.l  in* completed   by  next closer we found a rock weighing
iimi'iinil then shipments will| about three pounds, sticking be-
iiiv increase, tween lhe roots, and the surface
Mr,   Boyer will  make no ul- was thickly studded with gold
|il  tn ship from  nny of llm
ins  until  ilu'  road is com-
Wi' took it in an assayer ul Pilot
liny unil told him we  had no
il.   Tin* vein nf iim 1). II. 1. money to pay for tlm assay, but
i n uncovered fm* n dis- ho could have tho specimen if he
i' nf ovor I'111 fi'i'i. j wnuld b'st it.   He did so und re
ported thai it ran$rt5,(X)0ingold.
'    '.' I'..     I, formerly ol As a rulo, prospectors look high
land, Ims organized n com-
v. with headquarters in l.mi
■    ■ . ■
; . V. M. Keel
'   .   I .
...   I.I"   ,
,, 'I.'.   ll  '
lower. What Glasgow hasdom
other cities can repeat, unless
their people wish in confess
their incapacity tn grasp uml
work nut tlm problem uf higher
government,
THE  PROSPECTOR,
IS   PfPLlsllEli    WEEKLY  II)
THE PROSPECTOR COMPANY.
A. 11. GRACE. MANAGER.
THE PROSPECTOR, is published
every suiiirdiiy, und liiis ii guaranteed
clrciiliitiiiti larger (Inin uny otlier puper
in liust Kootenay, li is all home Printed
und contain:-! JuiiNe the neivs of any
othor paper iu (lie dlstricl.
As an advertising mcdliiin It Is iiii-
cxcellcd.
Dovotctl ui ttu* upbuilding nl Port Steele, llio
development of llio vast mlnonil resources nf
tin* Kusi Koolonay milling illslrli'l.
SuliMTliiiliins -I-.mi por year,
AtlvortlHlnu rules miule known mi iipplleuilon.
('.nilHluiiinns nn' snlii'lii'il [rom nil purlsoftlie
illsirii't, nut nil mailer Intended for publication
innsl lm.-.-1 in- writer's signature.
• ■ ■ ■■ prim i
|i irpose uf
'i   In   tin*
"   ' Hi" inking of lh.' kind in lhe coun
in! I both by Iheir cttpac
,ii   in   ,  I* .■ nn ami   ho '  |'.i       ii'    ii   ervc lhi' |iiiblii'. mul us n
issueol lhi'  l
I'l.porl    i-i.."I. I
.'■■'.
He b       ■   ' .
      ...
    i.n.    picld'll    h .i   a   In
I.,.,,,.!.'1 iiimpieol n opened Hi
up     'll,'i .  im.iiIiI  imli' m.'  Hint n
v,*i\ I thing  I'i"1  I'i"'" 'I
,,,., i, I      Tin'   nn'-   run   ri ry|l
nn tlm hills for quarto ledges
but lln' ledgo from which thai
England, for the purposo of sample came must be along some
,,., i,       niniinlnin   slri'itin   llowinir   into
'"'-   '""   '"""'"   Bmoltuls the lake and It should not bo far
retineries, ono in In* built ut •*, , ,|„, ,,*.„,, „.'„,,.,, n10 tree
Porks mul iim oilier ut was found, as thoro was no cur-,_,,,„„.__„ ,
,      , , TU C PAPPR l    . n'"'i nli'nl llienilvnr-
i',i;i'      [ij   eonnecfion   wiih rent in tho lake to carry tho Ireei '"'» rurtj tMiii*iii*.*iii*yot Ainnuuter
Ihere are tn In
Inili' I'lliTi upnii il.    II some mi ,'"' "■
venturous prospector Minis that ;
ledge   mul   il   contains  sovorill ; |__<I   III 42 •^Mfr^JW
. inns ut such rook, lm would lu*  I     K-J "'V *>—*
'      !"'J."! [.laving in groat luck."
■ ".'. arranging
'■   "    - '* Hu     In Istll Cllusgow acquired own
" - ":''',r I'"'""* orshipof itsstroel cm* linos. As
'    ' "'""''"; a result, the hours of labor were
. '■ ni'1'1 ni •''-      ,     ,       ,
, (!   „„ fediiced   and   witgos  were  ml
... stnelterii   *            Mr.  I'anced,    Parus   wore   lowered
Un    . ni- i ' a|i   aboul llll por eont; lh" average
11   hire i- below 2 conts, and lltl por
eenl uf llm fan's aim I colli,, The
■i'i*\ im* wus improved.   Tlm /'/■"
net   ie, In ei, ie of Loudon, in  its
'     '-''■'      .,, ...mi..,'   niiuiber,   Mill,  said:
" ■■"""  "The   friiinwiiys   nl   (llnsgow
usl. o   ti'ealing
. .:, .■■■•'I ■
. :   nn   nn   lln-
li.-i . i' 1" "ii llllllle llm lini".I mull.r
aloiii    .    hit' i' i" iiuri'lj  i' merclal   eitlerprlse."
nd in' 'in. ni.u   'rite I rn Die was doubled in aboul
* i.nsi   iin* iwo umi'      S'oi ilniHit improve
'.".     it   |Ul     i." i nl-- Were ui.nli' v. ill I bullion
i' iIii-mi   ■ ni    iiiiiI in* thought in ilu* laxpayeri.    \ - inuller ol
hu.i   n    .in  ll li I rue   l in* I. tin* taxpayer had his direcl
n    ,.i,'i   li   ."!   b.     bend  ami  henelll  aloligwilli  llinl  imjoyeil
h. a  brunch nf mu* by lhu  riding public.    I'm* llm
llu Irees    Tin braiieh Hlrucli year end .Iiine I, I HIM, 111 splto
ii mi tin* forehead and inn-a of l-oen\ fnivs, llioro was a cluar
Tho Providence Fur Company,
I'n.ilil  li I., mini- nil kinds i.i   Hun
I'm- si.in. i.in- in' s.'iii'i'u. i:n'. ;•   I'rii'.v
<1 ii.-i..I nn linxt sixty days am lis folfntvs;
Silver t'"i         ir* i ii'-" ""
I lull r     .mui I"   -iiim
i un t-           i nn in     iiiiii
llinn i'    ll in in    :i .mi in
Martin    l! Ill lo    » iki
Willi       I  I'H" '1'<I
llnl iron     I in in    iiiiii
Mlnli        "i rn     il iki
Sllllllll             i.'.'i ni     l iki
Ii'l'  I.i.i  llllllll    lllll"I'    llll-     I   .-.llllll. mi
lll.ll.     I'llll  I'VIV'.- I'lllll.illl.   '        I'l,,..In
111.  I'llll IS   ll'l'illllll'lll   llllll   illlllli'ilillll'
I ill . ..Ir.ii'liliH'lil-. 12-111
NOTICE.
-..i rnliy   i.. ii ili.n -ini iim- nl'-1
liu.' I wlllll|i|llj Inliii. rliii'H'.'i I   "im i "I
I.; "nml Wnrlis fur pnrinlssli  inireluisii
null iii'i,. ..I   Iiiii.I    iiii.I" "I   ll'H     l!   I"
.umi i.i.i I-,, nm I..,i 131,(1, I 1 ■ lii.inii
'i Hn i l i. mi
IIIC1IAII Win   VHNAIII.S i.Willi.
I'llll su. I..  s,,i  ni. IW". I'  '■'
H.VFGhtLCLfi &, KADISH,
AHSAYKUS AM) CHEMISTS.
J Gold nml linlii Ores Melted, lli- J
filled iind linll;;lil.
iftfc»"
AND
LIMITED'
AND
I internauonai TransponauoD 6a|
|    Time Tabic, to take effect J uly 1st, 1897.   §
t'OllT STKKI.K AND JENNINGS IKil'TI''.:
if/j       Sli'unu'i's Nortli Slur umi Clwunduline mako Iiuu- irips u iveok. VI
(fi;       Kxpressoi'-ors for gouds will bo Immediately nttoiiiled to ut Spo-Ki
ti kuno, nml soul upC. ". IJ.
FOKT STEEliE AND GOLDEN HOUTEt
W. Stufc'o loaves Fori Steele Tuesday uml Friday morning, arriving ut 5
|k Golden Wednesday uml Suturday ut I ji. in. \
W Mail intended lm* Fort Stoolo via .tannings, should bonddressodeai'o|
iw of lntorniitioiiiil Co., iTonnings, i.Iontiiiiti. othorwise letters nresciil viapi
W Nelson und Goldon, II.C (j
I    F. P. Armstrong!1
|| Manager.      ll
1% nrninn'niTimnnnmmi!nnn*nnt_     isnirniiimnnTiTiiTiinniTnniTiimT a
i^^^_iai_i_^_3i  i___i  _-^_=v_l_i_ir^^i-li;
w
GREAT
E
E
s   Northern    As
Railway.
THE SURVEYORS CHAIN MADE IT THE SHORTEST
TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTE.
It is llio most modern in equipment; it is tlio heaviest railed line;
it ims ii rock-ballast roadbed; il crosses no sand deserts; it was built
without :i land grant or government aid: it is noted for courtesy of its
employes; it is tlio only line serving meals on the a la carte plan.
THROUGH TIIK GRANDEST SCENERY IN AMERICA
BY  DAYLIGHT,
For FORT STICKLE and the MAST KOOTENAY MINES, Weekly
Stage trom Kalispell,   Steamboat communications from Jennings
during Summer,   Quickest and Best route te all parts of the United
states, Eastern Canada and Europe.
For maps, tickets and eomploto information call or address
nearest agent or
LM.WHITNEY. <i. I'. and T. A.
St. Paul, Minn.
C.G.DIXON,Gonora! Agent,
Spokane   Wash.
Ullll,.,
^^
EVERYTHING
IN
Dr
u.ns A Patent Medicines.
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i.'ii
V
1*1111,MT Sii.M'S.
■ IMI'iiltTI'.li I'KHFIIMMH.
ii.- HAIR. TOOTH  1 NAIL llll-SHMS.
1
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A. W. BLEASDELL,
Pioneer Drufl Hall,
Fort Sleele, B. C.
(1 rui
tmlo Ontario Colloge ol I'luiriniicy.
!!!!!!!!!
HO
LLj
Drew Sc Hayes, Prop's.
FORT STEELE, B.C.
|p,o,J« sX.wii.il. Strictly First Class. MM
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THE PROSPECTOR, PORT STEELE B, ('., NOVEMBER 0, ISO
C. F. VENOSTA.
-Din BROKER il RLU ESTATE,
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Sole Agent
for the;
Fort Steele Townsite
j
The Capital of East Kootenay
I!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
lie Population ol Fort Steele Will be Trebled Next Year.
The Price of Lots Will Run up Accordingly.
No Otlier Town in East Kootenay Presents Such a
Chance for Investment.
.'. .AN
IDEAL TOWNS
Kurtz'-m
■     ■
SOLID, SUBSTANTIAL GROWTH.
C. F. VENOSTA.
Sole Agent.
THE FINEST LOCATED:
The Most Prosperous.
The Only Town in East Kootenay. THE PROSPECTOR, FORT STEELE ll. ('., NOVEMBER (1, IRO"
MH__-n_---kV
ST.   I-L' li ENE   MIN E
uL-ian.iM
SHOWIX- THK I'KESKST WOIIKIXGS, AND 'I'll 0 I
IlKtiliiN. ALSO Till'. I'll' 01*' Till, 11111' UODY, IT
lll'.INi, -AliIUt'D TO THK EAST IN THU VIEW.
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ST. MARY'S INN
A_. - •* »*n**M»l**%**ft*t**iV--«»i^^
.   FORT STEELE, B. C.
Ik.st Accommodations in Port Steele now
M
ready for guests.     5Wg
\i;i; Wi.KMI'.NTS IAN HE MARE FOR ROOMS
I'Tli'MSIIKIi ul,' INt'l'llNISIIKIl.    .    .   .
PRICES REASONABLE.
A  *.'niiil Ri'sliuiriiiil iinni elm li'iirn nf a flue businessopportunity in coiinoution wilii iin* above.
A few Offices and Stores to rent in the building.
IThe Mountain!
1     HOUSE    1
i tr~ —<•
■«_*■■ .-*
b       Fort Steele, B. C.      |
i »~ 7 -_»
»i __!_i<____.,*.v« m i
_AMIJ'...V"*,,-   .   W*i'. 1
St. Eu  ■: '   Min
Thn   St.    E .*-"■'      Mill'
Moyie Luke wesl uf FortStt
- .■ loubtedly on   of t
est silver-lead propei lies in thi shows that evi ry I" cubic
world.    Above a        ; hill - ■    one ton of
'i area excavated lo  be   advantageously   worked •-
The ore on through   tunnels,    The    lower\£
tees is tunnel  is  1,401) foet above tli'.'ijj:
. mi   ore.  Moyie Lake level, nml  is ovorjCj
level 1,301) feet, \£
io line of ihe Crow's Nesl ,£
WILLIAM  FOIISYTJI,   PROPRIETOR.
This is one of tho bosl appointed Hotels in ilu
Port Steele District,
Every   room   is  comfortably   furnished
:__
73
vi,,,,,  ....                            up vi                 lib ,:.''    above Pass    Railroad   i.s   below   the g-
ii, ilul,,  -                                            * From "S . - shaft to the mines, on tlie banks of the Lalto, \£
boily as             •-   ,   nosl   |ie     mdbetwei -                        t easterly opening   on   tho and a ilistauco of 8,5011 foot from '£
ponilictilarlj     I                 Tb   hall    - --               nap antl near lhe lower tunnel.                      ',£
iHiivi..                      ower tunnel,                         ■          ■■                    e there is a i it which shows CIEOLOOY.                    £
which wis begun   aboul   two|insih ith of in feet anil Tho counlry rock surrounding!^
years ago, tapping lh *t  l.v     N'o. _ shai'l eet west ,     12     el      de. -1 feet of which is Ule  vdn  is in.inci„aUy   glate)
nl ii ilistunee of  over mm  reel  tl li                          -iilena,   there   is to this ||oM   (],-  -n   (||-   ^.  ma-nesjBn
I'i-iiiu ihe uiniiili.   The val 1 been sunk on tin ve t ti dista      ol (100 feet.   At
tlu' mine is Huts shown lo be it do angh   o! ". lhe wes  cjid ol lhis (101) feet. No,
|S^   When vnu visit
art Stool, you will miss it ii yon doul
slop iii tho,
Mountain House,    f
?iiiiiiiii,iiii,iiiii,i.iii,i.iiiiii,,',i,ii,,ii,.,iiii.,i,,i.ii.iiiiiiiiiiiii:
kind.   In somo places it merges
I into n quartzito of n tine crystal. I
very  nniiii   greuter  llinn   esli   degrees    Tin on   ,' denetl : shufl on the ore is a depth of v^,  [,msjci0  \s intersected bv
 ted byManugiir.liimosC'ronin four feel on the s     ice   o ten 52 feet.   Thc level from the bot- suvcra]   ,|v|;(,s  0j   fjiorile  and
in the report on the mine printed lee'l at  the   ileplh ol    '-.    feet, torn  of   N'o.  1 slmfl continued quarlzllo.   The course of thoso
,    iw, which was iiintle prior to From   lhis    polnl   downwards easterly would give n depth nl (iv|;rs ,,lx, ,lt vlu.i,)US anelos to
the lower tunnel having rein-lied only lhe tool* ul   was followed, tl ustorly point referred to of I tlle C01U,SC of t]ie ye-m    ^ (lil(,
11 '■• I ■'•■    Mr-t'rouin's re   live feel of the   eh,  being lefl   1:." ' or an average depth of     . t   whm,0 tho ^^ o£ {^\
'    '     iisl'ollotvsi md   '     ■    >i."   luinging-wall.-VO  foet.   Iherofore,   iln*ie   ^lv„in ,,,„.„..,„ ^..h,,, ,lvl;,, llu,;
The Si, I'higene gi'oun ol min   iide, hovo an tirou of oro (ion foot long, , ,   '
',,    ,,      i   „„ .     ,   ,.   , vuin iiiukos a turn and runs pin'-1
oral e aims, eonsislso  lhe I'eter     lhis .-.hull  has In-eii sunk al  -'•'■' leel deep mul  I leet wide.    ,, .    .,,   ,,     , , ,    ,
, , , iillel wiih tho dvko (or a short
um SI. Kugene, Iwo ful claims,  lhe west end ol iho ore chute,   which makes IHli.llOn cubic l'i*i*l.i ,. , „,,      , .    ,.
, ., ,  • •        , , . clislanco.    1 lie shite   lni'inuiuni
.•i.'i i I'i   ,'   I ...*''i ivi mi iiui'e. nml mnl while the apex ol the vein As it took  I" cubic I'eel of the, ■    ,   , ,   , „ ,       ,   ,.      ,    ,,
1 is  bedded Hat, nnd tlip.-, lo lhe
r ■  Rose  I'l'itctioii iiiul  Loretto is continuous   lurihei*  west,  il presenl oiienings lo produce a • ,   ,, , ■     ,
,,..•,,'.,,.     easl or inlo lhe mouiiiain at an
I'raclion, both iiwlions milking shows inn  Into giileim on the ion. tins divuled liv In will givei      ,    , ,-   , rm     i *i
iniiirlenl l,i degrees.    1 In* dyke
mi uren ul nliiuil um* hull u cliiun. stil'lilce,   lh 'e chute dins into  I*-.'"1" ions. I   ,'■ , ■    '., ,,
,.,,          , ' , .      .    , , I which curries the ore cuts the
The properly is situated  on lhe lull or to ll si at uu angle     At present prices lor lend mid
lln* mountain eusl of Iho south of 85 dngi s. No, 2 shufl shows silvor, lhis ore would nei above
DON'T   FORGET
The Steele House
First Class Brands of Liquors and Cigars.
Headquarters For Mining  Men.
Commodious Sainpie Rooms.
Best Cuisine in the West.
Modern Conveniences.
Home Comforts.
Moyio l.iili'* in the Eusl Kool this plainly, as tho ore decreases all expenses, if il could bo
enny Mining "Division of llrilish in lho vein al the west end of lhe shipped by n railroad from here.
Columbia, and aboul Iio miles shaft til a depth of 10 feet, and ■*?30por ton or §1,440,000,
wesl of Fort Steele, nnd is on al the Iiiii Iiiiii. or nt 52 feet, the in addition to lhis thero is ti
ihe line of tho Crow's N'csl Pass sliui'i wns iill west of tho en* parallel vein stripped in many
Railroad. chute. places, und shows on tho surface
The property was discovered     N'o. 2 tunnel is in 155, the lirsl a distance of 200 feel,    li is a
nml located in .1 une, 1 -'.*:'..   The 105 feet of it being a crosscut to four foot vein, und. where cut
work' di ni tin* properly llml  the vein, whore it cuts il 112 feel  inlo. gulenn cun be seen of vary-
yeur showed il i" I"* of import- below the level of No. 1 tunnel, ing width from six inches to two
uni vultio, Since M;tv. 1 -'.C. n From the point whero tho feel, mnl of lhe same quality as
force of from four to twelve mon crosscut tunnel reaches the vein, that of the other vein.   As litis
have heen steadily ul work do- tho tunnel has heen run 850 feel
veloping the property. in tho hanging-wall side of the
The   mineral   vah     the tin.   The vein has been cul nt
clninis is a strong vein ol galena u few places, und shows some
formation diagonally, having a .   t
course nearly ens; and west, and JJ,   JflClSClSil
dips'to the soutli at an angle of
72 degrees from horizontal.        I	
Proprietor.
Alien Labor Luw. w ..
There is a prevalent notion »
that llu* Alien Labor Law ol'|»
Canada prevents uny Inn citizens I*
of the counlry from employment f,
on public works sueh ns the /
Crow's Nesl Railway, The law /
is not so illiberal us that; all il j
aims at being the prevention of j
aliens coining into tho country J
under contract to labor. Follow- i
ing ure tlie main provisions of i
,iv>>.VV>>K-',,,,m>,,>,nm,,n,n,unHU,m •'"»•-»'»•••»**» I
DALGARDNO  HOUSE, f
vein bus not boon dovoloped to
uny depth, Ihere is no estiinnle
mado of ils value here.
There   nre   nlso   seven  oilier, lhe law: £
ore cutting iin* slate formation gulenn, but nol of the heavy nit* places that show gulenn on tho     "It shall bo unlawful for any IE
nearly at right angles. ture of  thai  developed in tin* surface, bul lhen* is not enough person,   company,  partnership, i
Ou the Sl   R Fete gs work dono on them to detormino or corporation, in any manner to
the vein       i     t The vein rock is a lough iron whether ihey ure parallel veins repay the transportation, or in
n dis   carbonate, and is an expensive or lissuros running into tho foot* nny way to assist or oncourago
to tunnel mi where it is mil  wall from tho main fissure, Ihe the Importation of any alien or
ivith   galena, latter being lho mosl probable foroignor into Canada under con  i
he No. 2 or     While this roporl is made [ol   Intel or agreement, parole or ft
n pur   lowing tho rules laid down by special, express or implied, le   »^^•»?ti^»•»^^l»•^iMlk-»»\»»%lll«^^I•»»llM»»l'»-^i^•^>^•'l^^^
conservative and practical inin   previous lo lho importation of	
' a fact! or end ing  mon, n question of doubt I such alien, to perform labor or
11 may exist iis to whether lho area | sorvioo of any kind in Canada,"!   n/\n   TlTl^     lnOl-'T  *^T1-?1PI  V
PORT STEBL.E B.C.
-Ni;\\' under iho management of
R. D. MATHER.
Is .'i large and attractive Hotel
of quiet elegance in nil ils
appointments,  with a
cusine of superior
excellence.
Special rules by the month .
nd eu       ng estimated   here   will  yield   the     Sueh contracts an* void, and
'.liu number of cubic fool of anyone guilty of making such a
Mlir   ore,   tin il ther hand, if tho contract shall forfeit $1,001), and
'.nine of lho properly wns loin* separate suits can bo bought for
alion  so  imported.   The
MINES!
■     lonsof sec    nsiired by an increased value,
1 *" " "I  according   lo   every   decreased
. i'u fool  iiiiii one .'null, ligiiro
„.,* cent lend.   The ma] conceii-, •„ ■.-„, , „,.,,„ „■■ ...n,,,,,,!, „ , s,.*.
:'    '  "'I   :!     e,i uni   milling expert would nol llo it  tine ol K  and  will bo
" "•   '   ' Increase   lln*  number of  cubici compelled lo Hike lhe alien buck
ivim, as all fhe indications to ihe c Iry whence he came,
iiiii h lhi iiiMii yielding more Frivule socrelaries, doniestie
sen:.rn-.. actors, artisls, loclur
en,,  and singers nre oxein]ited
inusier of uni vessel kiiow.lngly
bringing inlo tlie country an alion
un lor eoiiirnii to labor is liable
ine i
Travellers, to and from
Port Steele <5v Kalispell,
Will find the best ot accommodations at
OZ     III      ,
limn   iiii   given   iimoiinl   nnd,
.  ,'    .   , i '    I'" ii lore,  il min   he hh iiiiii Ii it
       ' I  '      '       '      I   "II      Of     lllllllil      'I ■      Ill      !,   |\\
much more il I *    The
'• I coiiservilli i       o   mil
ill. iiiid li ill a dis nei j give  this I itli    ol   Ihe  iptostiou
■ i   '■■ III  | 'll   II ght, uiile.    in".'  lm I
en     ■ i   N'o  i   •cnnihio ii fi Hu* sliiiulpoinl
i    i    , ,''    i [ni l, li.   dimensions (1 n [erred lo above,
n"v
i^
M
ll^iii
places tin.'   bt •■-    I   foot.   These   Hue,.     The properly is well situated lav-,
front the provision ol lho law,
nnd ii applies hm! ,' lo i oui 11',,'
■li. hu' ii .'I', \' lav hi iori'e.
such us ihe I'niled Sl " In
I'orniors im* paid a , high n ■ ii
pel eenl of lhe amounts recov
ered from persons violatillg liu* i
TCTJ
A*
C. M. Walker, Prop.
Kalispell Montana.

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