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Array James Henderson,
Builder & Contractor,
GOLDEN, B.C.
A supply of RuildiiiK Ume fnr Salo,   .
���an.'; prepared.   Prompt attention given to
orders.
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Notary PubUo.Convoyanoer, eto
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New DRY Goods.
Among tho. many sjhoiece erections
we especially mention
French Flannel, in Wrapper and Dressing Jacket lengths.
Dress Goods, in Dress and Skirt lengths,
no two alike.
Ready-to-wear Lustre and Serge Skirts,
Fine Undershirts, with Double Ruffle.
Blouses, Cashcrmctte, Mercerette, Silk and
Satin, and Metallic. Velvet.
White Lawn Apron. Children's Dresses
and Pinafores.
Over 100 Patterns in Valenciennes
Torchon and Silk Laces
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imperial Sank of Canada
Capital Authorized, $2,500,000
Cui'ttnl Pnisl Up ���S-45H.OU.1
Kent ��� -       170U,��lO��
Dtreotovs*
II. S. Howlmtd,       ���      President.
T. R. Morritt,        -        Vleo-Prea.
Wm, IJamsiiy,     T, Sutherland ttlayuor
RobertJeffrey, Etins Kogor.',
Wm. Hondrte,
Hhad Ofik'k*: Toronto,
D. lt.-Wn.Kirc, General M-magor,
E. Hav, Inspector.
Branch***:
MANITOBA, N. W, T. and B. C.
Bpirtdfin, (ialgiiry, Etlmonton.
Golden,        Nelson, Portage hi I'nnrio.
Prince Albert,     RevelstoKe,    Stratbcbna.
Vancouver,       Wlnpipog,
ONTARt6'& QUEBEC.
TCsw-% FormiSj Uult. Hamilton, Infforsoll,
Lislnwnl, Ktauarii Falls, Port ColboUMO
Hat Porifliro, Sauk -Ste. Mario, St.
Catharine*. St. Thomas-. Toronto, Wellund,
Woodtittjult, .'tnd Monlrtitl, *l.Jjito.
added to the Stock makes it
the most complete of its kind
ever shown in the District of
EAST KOOTENAY
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H. G. Parson,
Oenereil Merchant,
Aex-a.q-d.er Block
If You want a Good Fit in
���XeH'tttn 111 (.s-Kll itl-ittlln:
Linyil'a ilimli. Ltd , 7-2 l.ninl'r.ril SI.- Cotillon
with ivliom timiicy mny tin'O.t-tlositoit li*i'
transfer liy letior or uubleto aiiyor tiio
above busnclies.
Agent's iii  1'jiiis-s! Katutcst:
NlilVYsiiilv ifasik  nf Montreal, Bank oi
Aniiirii-a.
CIIICMJO���Firat N.-ilimial I'mik.
ST. i'AU.1, -Sct-iiiiil Niili.iinil llnuk.
SAN FlltoCISt'O-Wolls, Fiirjto it Co.'a
iiaillt.
A-Et'ntss lu Hissisli   Vlrlcsi.
TUB STANDARD   BANK:OF   SOUTH
AMIOA LIMITED.
SAViNtIS BANK DEPARTMENT
Interest alipivt**-! nn itopnsits.
DEBENTURES.*
J'roiincia], Municipill anil otlierdobeiiturlm
*:, liisrt-baasHt.'   ,
DIJAJ'TSS LETTERS OF CREDIT
Available at fill i-uhiis in I'lsnasla, Unites!
liiiiRiiom, United Btlttcs.
J. S. Qlbb, M"?r., Golden Branch.
Bodega   Restaurant,
W. BOOKHOUT. Pcop,
Meas at any hours.
Fish and Game in season.
Broad, CaKas, Fruit
aud Confectionery
Aways in Stock.
Fresh Oysters.
FRUIT!!
Cherries; Red,
Currants; Poars ;
.Vpplea; etc., etc.
Whilo and   Clack
Plums;   Prunes j
call at Warren's.
The Finest Range of Clothing ever shown in Golden at
C.     A.     WARREN'S.
Upper Columbia
Navigation & Tramway Co.
* '   (LIMITED)
& International Transportation Co.
Connecting with C.P.R. at Golden, B.C.
Diraot Route to Peterborough, Athalmer, Windermere and
Surrounding Mining District.
STEAMERS LEAVE GOLDEN TUESDAY AND FRIDAY AT i A.M.
THE ONLY QUtCK AND COMFORTABLE ROUTE.
Consignors trill be cliariiod with all way Irei-tlit between Oolden
and Windiirmere, at which point a Company's agent will be
stationed
All frein-lit end clmrgcs on goods to "Windermere and paints beyond will hssve to be paid to the Company's agent at Witider-
mere before delivery of goods.
C    H.   PARSON    Manager.
NOTE   AND   COMMENT.
A few days ago ouo of our mostenter-
prlbitiR and respootetl ott teens m.idn
tho remark tliat "the Oolden Board
of Trade liad never (\uacfeeded in doing
any f>ood for thia district." As tin;
gat'tleman In question iu very largely
tntnrOHled in nilnintt speoulattons,
which occupy most Ol his time, his
ignoranoo of tho untiring cflorts of tlio
Board for the udvaneeirient of the best
iiiler-osts of this district is pardonable
and were H not foi iho fact that tho
party in question lias roapod opusider-
al��le beneflt from lho time expi'iid?-1 by
tits fellow citizens in obtaining con-
oessiOns from tho DOinlntou us well as
the Provincial Govoniino'nt, no
tion wonld he paid to tlio rather hasty
remark. For tlio inFonwuion of that
gonjtlpman we wilJ lomcIi upon h few
of the matters which' hnvo bcotipiett
the tu tont ion of the Board quite
recently Hnd for whir,h it cw-n well
claim credit.   For tlisti^ooi
Id the vicinity of 810,000 have been
spent in improving uIhj Oblvtmbia
Etvor for tiii purposes of navigation
lot ween here and WthdWtfioro.
The mail .service hutwe'-m Golden (ind
Windermere hits heen materially improved, in additicn to having r
bi-weekly servico 'throughout tho
su tinner months, and ilifsj owing to
rhe efforts of the gentUmeh on tins
Boaul, will, iti a!! (irohiibitity, bu
continued throughout thti whiter.
Th. Provincial Goverjimout Is now
pledged to voto a sum nt lis next
sesslop equal to, if not greater, than
that voted hy the dominion Go-rern-
ment for Improvements on the Kicking
Horse River.
Rbada tlironcbouttbo entire dlatrlct
havo had consideraSIc atieuUon ut, the
hands of the Board, and be it uaid to
it ci-cdii the L'Xj-ciuiiuirt'., tiiat have
been made of lute aro Hitch that. im-.
menso beucfit will accrue to tho district
generally.
A tolegraph line between Golden and
Windermtre will be built- and operated
at a vory early  date- built   by   the
I Dominion Government,
Goldeu has boen recognised as being
an important point and hei rafter
Courts of Aiinixe will be held here, in
additiou to otlitir conveniences of a
similar nature being granted us.
North ilHBt Kootenay is now a Fire
District, andean claim the advantages
of the Stutute in tbat behalf.
Sufficient has now been said to show
our unbeliever tbat he is greatly mis-
MINES AND MimNG.
Jack Wrenn has returned from tbe
Bugahoo, where he ci>(tiit the I'.ist. two
months with a force of men doing
conetderahjo work on severnl properi le.! call
Enthusiastic Curling' Meeting,
A very large and enthusiastic gathering assembled at the Columbia House
parlors on "Wednesday evening nt the
Conservative Meeting
Tbt
there in whioh he is Interested.
W. J, Maodonald nnd W. Sinclair
hav*, returned from doing a large (arrangements for tl
amount of assessment work on somo
property of the Golden Placer and
Quartz Mining Company at the bead
of Canyon Oreek,
JoeW. You
the Monarch
now in Spokane ar
of a ponwmtnif <r.
will cost in thf
Ht* expects to hav
thn mine shortly
return In .1 week.
g, who
mine    a
devol oping
Field,    is
Liboral-Cpusorvativ-es held.v^eii
usual weckiy meeting in tbe.Cotnnib!t
Houiio  last   evening.      Several   new
members were enrolled (aocordiug tc
if   the   sooretary,   tha oxusioni., ,      ,        ,   ,
I too srot'dtary) and muoh Buwtnessiiwfla
being the general semi-annual meeting tmn8(tQted<   The ...,xt m(,.:^  ttttefl
for the purpose of electing skips and j pltt0e 0:1 Thursday evening next.
committees and making all  naceajimy -������.-������ �� > ' . , ������������  ���
coming sol-sou
whicli is gradually closing in on us.
About forty members am uow *>n the
roll and it is confidently expected that
half au many more will be cm-illed
before the Brat game ts played,
Prtttridcut Ullook occupied the ciuitr
cted as secretary
pro torn.    An eveoiulve committee was
TENDERS.
miiriiiK thn ptirolistse|and .Tames l'inkhum
wiiir.Ii, ir is stated
Mv.  Y01
Jo
1 appointed
C  H  Pun
j Warren and W. B
committee, whose
i Boait^at the ico is
proper oocdi' ion 1
atid is oc upost s-
McNeish, Jas. Hei
Dainerd.
ig ot Messrs
Larr.oatagn
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duty
Gibb
atagne, CA
taou. Ai- ic<
it will be- u
8XAUBD TFND|.HS uddreaaed to tho
undersigned and endorsed "Tender foi
Goldon-Wiudormore To'-egraph," vill ho
received a{ ti.iu ofiiu& cn'il .Patnu'i :'y, the
Btli Oclooer jiAix., for tha supply 01' it'io-
graph fwlea fur aline from (i'..!t'(.*u, 0 V.
along the roadway to Windermoro, ;i ujtal
ditfanco if ninety mile,: mon c less! ;���'���'���
lolograph i:t flecoj:danco .:iii. the i;-.-cisica-
Mr; Mahon, of Montreal, has, during
the past three month months visited
ami inspected* most of the principal
mining locutions In British  Columbia
with a view of intei-estlng himself and m.is ,.., ,,������.,���. ,,,, ,.!A ... .,
aseooiwee in ou.- mines, Dntll be !m ���,.,,,-,, tollowing ���������*,. whic*,
readied Windermere und she Bogaboo | lviII nildoiibtedly be added lo as mStn*
'"""'"!��� *'���> >������'�����'>"><��� .i-itiiett? Invest,IbBrship i���orM8e8:_Me5srs, Wra, Mo.
K.eiali, J. G. Ullock, C. A, Wrjiron, J.
Lilmontngtie,  H. G.  Piirson,' Mnnnel
Dninnrd, IV. B. R.ikrtson nnd James
Henderson.
Mr. H. E. Forster. of Firiuods, u-lio
whs present, announced timt he would
srrangornents for ti* donate  a   oup|   t0   he known as -he
immvdiato development of many of his! Forfltflr Tl.onll    l0 bfl
'.t ai] times kept in ' tion.
.'as  also anoointed '���    Spectficalloiui can bo
of Messrs, Willium
tender   aril    nil    necosimry   information
ohtaiiin'1 at thaoffieeoi Mr. Wm. Header - a,
UL'-son and Manuel 1 Clark of Works, Victoria, at the office 1   the
]I'fsiil-'nt K.ugineer. ^0lV   fl'tiattnlust-j 1,   ii.
Pc
iolden.
but. after nn inapeotlop of several
properties in ths viciuity of Winder-
mere, where ho has interested himself
heavily in the Paradise and other
properties, and tn the Bugaboo also.
Mr. Mahon is so well satisfied that he
i-H now makioj
Forster Trophy, to bo competed
WW"* j the  several   rinks.     Afte
In addition to Interesting hlmsoU in lhRnlw ,,aa b,en pftfl9ef1
our minea Mr. Mahon has gone east to ro ��rr p(
Interview Mr, H. B. Alexander with a ji
of   obfainlng1 oosSBSsiOn of ther.
or by
a vote of
and tendered
orster tbe meeting adjourned.
We are prepared to pick, pack and
deliver on  board  train   at   Harrison
Station.   Send in your order at onco t��ken  in his opinion of the efforts on
for your supply  for the season,  and , the part of many in Qotdsn who give
your orders will lie attended vo prompt:
Iy at market price.   Addvesc
J. C. HENDERSON,
Box 7ii. GH1LLIWACK, B.C.
W. J. Goiild,
PIIOTOGRAPER,
Golden, B. C.
Portroils, Cabinet Heads, a Spoclelty
Views of B. C. Residences,
First Class Work Guaranteed.
Photos Finished is 3 to 8 Days.
EST.
The (treat mineral discoveries that have been made In the Upper
Country have attracted attention from all part, of the world and
to-day there i, no more familiariv known Motion than that whioh
claims PETERBOROUGH, B, C, a, its Centre. Direct communication per steamers with Golden antl the ousslde world and
thioltly settled in ail directions. PETERBOR9UQH ia the key
to the wonderful Toby and Horse' Thief prejwriie, now being
extensively developed, as it situated dij-tjotly between the,, two
Creek,.   For further par.ticqUrs, qpplyjjli
G. A* STARK, Agent,
.,     ,  Peterborough, B.C.
Canadian Pacific Railway
" Imperial
Limited "
TOE QUICKEST AND BEST
EQUIPPED TRAIN CROSSING THE CONTINENT.
I?QC-4.    VIA THE LAKE
.*t sCXCS L ROUTE
hy the Steamers
Athabasca,
Alberta,
���"* Manitoba.
Saillnj; from Fort William
Tuesday,
Friday,
m* Sunday.
much of their time and attention to
the building up of thia district,'      "  '
Ic ia claimed thnt nn expert he*
discovered a new ore body in thn Le
Iloi properly worth^ome $,100,000,000
and that the Botltschilds have offered
f30,UOO,COO. If thia should he correct
the Lo Roi would prove to be one of
tbe greatest mines in the world, as at
the present time the main abaft is
down 900 feet and the mitjethoroughly
opened up to a depth of 800.
view
Oolden tsmelter, which he would like I
to purchase outright. Prior to his I
leaving Mr. Mahon informed The Era
chat the timelier would hn running in
a very k-.v munths and that the iubst
modern machinery would be purchased
forthwith.
Mr. Mahou expressed himself us be-
in-K moro than pleased with the prospects of North East Koormmy Ptid
appeared surprised that more ent��r
prise had not been shown in this
'Harriet, as. in his jttdgme.it, it was
certainly deserving of it in every
respect.
Harry 'Estell returutd tho beginning
of the week from a tour of inspection
and prospecting trip up thu i-jUftuboo,
He reports snow heavy in the hills.
NEWS   FROM   FIELD
(From an occasional Correspondent,)
Eoarei of Icade;
agphgduQu Jo the
and  ;it the  Depaitmonl    >l PuMlc Wcjks,
Ottawa. J
Coi.trji-tors arc nottflod that lenders "ill
uut be considered unless umkC-o on tho piint-
ed form supplied, and Eignpd with Uijii
actual signatures. '   *
An accepted clv&uo un a chartorotl haul.
payable to the ordbroftifSHon^tho Minister
of Public Works, equal to ten per cout oi
the amount o." tlw tpwlor, must acc(jmpnn*j
each lender, ETIie cheque will he forfeit ec
if the party Icclina tha contract or fail to
complete tho work conlractcl fur, and will
ba returned hi caae oi' Qoniiccoptauce ol
tender,
T;ie Donuvtm-ant ^iie-> no! liind   itself  t;
accl'M the lowest or-.'niy tender.
By order,
J08. R. ROTf,
Acting Gacretary
The Bosrd cf Trade htid itt us
monthly ineattng on Mdnday last,
resolution " - uuauipiously
asking trom the Dominion Government
a continuation of 'the bt-weekry mail
aervico between Golden cud Windermere.
This aervico   is   indeed   an   actual **
necessity,  and it  ti to bo hoped the
Government  will accede to the very
reasonable request mado by the Board
without delay.
i Department nf Public Worfe
;      Ottawa, September llth,
Newspapers inserting   his
from *l:e
t without  authority
pt^sad ��� will not be paid fi
For
��ale,
fee.
tliS
[ Tii.-sir, ol I*lniii|,-lit II,ir..c*. irelglil
��� pouiui...   i jr further pui'tiuulat-n .viiijly to
'"'     J, A, KIRK,
Mgr. Dtr. Kuotenny Lansl ami 1 iplorati
! ('"., Limited I'eterliOroimli, U.C
SANTO t\ G m
Peterborough, B.C.,
Silver Belt Discovery.
For full particulars apply to the nearest C. P. R. Agent, or to
w. STiTT,     o. e. Mcpherson,
A.O.l'.A., G.P.A.,
���Winnipeg.        _      Winnipeg
Uiue equipped themselves with the Jarges
iind 'most c-crffaplete stock of
General Merchandise
in the Wiiulermere Mining District anc
making thoir
.IStttf^E^g*!
all houre.
0. M. Keep, who is heavily interested in Windermere district, returned to
look after his mining interests there,
says the Spokane Chronicle. .In
speaking of tha mining outluok there,
Mr. Keep aaid: -
"It is now my intention to incor-
porate the Silver Belt croup of mines
ou Toby Oreek, in Windermere district*
The group constats of tho Silver Belt, j boarding house,
Stiver Belt Fraction and Carbonate
Considerable work has been done on
the claima during the past summer. X
have jus I rebel ved a lotror from Mr.
Syinonda, who has cliurgo of work.
In forth! iiu that, a new discovery
has ht-en made on the Silver Belt.
There is eight (eet of good ore In a
ledge running parallel with the main
ledge aud only a abort distance east.
The oro has alt tne characteristics of
tho ore lound In the main ledge, and
the ctcau nro has an assay value of tii)
ounces in silver and tii per cent lead.
Mr. Syimmds says further there, is ore
enough insight to keep ue going for
two years. A larger force of meu will
be put on at once aud development
continued all winter.
Field is once moro the pceue of a
busy town, Our druggist has again
opened up his shop to do business with
the public, and anyone wishing to set
him will always find him at bir. office.
A grand emntional drama was enacted in the city hall last Friday
evening with a strong caste of local
artists who did ample justice to that
sensational Irish play entitled ''Hands
across the Sea"���hold tbem still I
The town was a lull last Friday, aa
a number of our popular gentlemen
left for Oolden to participate in the
social hop giveu hy the railroad
people thero As far as we can loam
a very enjoyable timo was speut by all,
Thoy all feel splendid, however, after
thoir wild goose chase.
Joo Carlin left town in a hurry
today to do bueiuess iu the West. (I.
miss Joe very much.) i
Messrs- Mac-Donald, Henderson and
MeFh'erson   havo  opened   up  a now!,-       , , n ,.
wo wish n,��� every j 1 leadquarters for all  pi
success.   Call ami trive ihein a trial, I braitCllCS    Of    MillIlli>*
Fresh ahiaVons, lemons nml chei-ri��a At  -viifl PrOSDeCtillll'
stablishmeni
at
PETERBOROUG
H.
Public School Improvements.
The secretary of the School Board
informs 'us that during his visit tc
Victoria he brought before the Hon.'
Mr. Wells the matter of the inadequate
room which exists for the large number of pupils attending school. At an
intern-- v wth the Superintendent of
Educate.��� ji wasarrtUigi d thai a thud
teacher should he engaged and a room
iu the Court House be utilized as a
school room until spring, when a new
school will be built. Fifteen new desks
have been ordered through Weiler
Bros, of Victoria and will be here in a
few dnys.       *    '
Oolden undoubtedly will be pleased
to bave theso much needed improvements so promptly acknowledged by
ths 0 over ii men'.,
Lowest Estimates given to Mining Men
joining: into tho country ti
*.. Develop Properties,
Having Our   Own Freight
Boats We Defy
COMPETITION.
HIGHEST PRICESi PAID FOR
CATTLE, HAY ANh OAT?
^���^ &&*>.
���'V*-'  PR -��� -V THE GOLDEN ERA. FRIDAY, OCT. 5. li.00.
JUST ARRIVED
1 Cap Upholstered
....FUtWITURE
The Latest Styles in Parlor. Dining-room
and Bed-room Suites.
Arm Chairs, Window Seats, Lounges and
Writing Desks, Fancy Rockers,
Verandah Chairs, &c.
1 Bar Common Furniture
Mattresses,  Pillows,   &c.
1 Car Shelf Hardware.
1 Car Heavy Hardware
Including everything necessary for the
building and mining Trado
1 Car Choice Groceries
Canned  Goods,   &c.
i
5,000 Eolls Wall Paper.
Flags of all sizes for
QUEERS  BIRTHDAY
mmsMmmmsm
Screen Doors and       dows
to keep ont mosquitoes.
Genuine  Maple  Syrup
from Quebec,
NEW CARPETS.      SQUARES AND RUOS OF ALL SIZES, DESIGN dt
PRICES.    LACE. CRETONNE. SWISS M ITS UN & SAHH CUR*
TAINS.     BRAND NEW BICYCLES. REGULAR CORN
CRACKERS, FOR
$25.00
G. B. meOERJVIOT,
GENERAL  MERCHANT,
Golden ,    .C.
Kirqptoq     6*.     Pitts,
WINDERMERE & DONALD,
General Merchants,
g supplies a Specialty
Miners goiiifr northward via Canoe river route will
find it a large saving and convenience to procure their
supplies at Donald.
Sole Agents For
Canton Steel Ccmpany,
Windermere, Golden   &   Donald
Mining Divisions.
Agents at Windermere for California Giant Powder Co
...THE . ������
QUEEN'S    HOTEL,
Headquarters for Commercial Men.    Two Commodious
Sample Rooms,    ftiggngo Transferred Free.
Hot and Cold Baths.
I Ates $2 per day. Choice Wines, Liquors & Cigars
J.  C.  Greene, Proprietor.
Athalmer House,
Athalmer, B. C.,
F.   DARGIS,   PROP.
First class accommodation for Travellers,
Prospectors and Mining Men.
Saddle and Pack Horses Supplied.
The B. C. Assay & Chemical Supply Co, Ltd.
(Late MACFABLANE k Co,)
Vancouver,     -     B.C.
*- ...,,u.m*f��ct,irer�� and direct Insjwrtnrs; and carry a large etock of Balances,
We nro J s.ns fwtsirer. ��w s�����       j~      y u;���tmn, platinum Uoosla,
Ttmtm-lmi~*syjAm^^ . ���   .
A��U,*Cte"#%WrTM to.^'MS^Spjl* Cosnpessy, BatSeraeai Becker's Sons
Balancs*. Etc c,ul���gue ami full psrtiWitaB en application.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
J. A. Bangs, barrister, ol Calgary,
arrives! iu Goldeu on Monday from
Republic and proceeded to Firlasids on
Thursday evening. Mr. Bangs says
Republic Is on tha eve of a great
boom.
H. E. Forster, of Firlauds, spent a
few days in town this week.
The Hyak will propably make her
last trip to Windermere for the season
on Tuesday next.
W. J. Barry, of Galena, spent a few
days in Golden this week.
Rssv. it B. Turner passed through
Golden ou Wednesday on his way to
England. A largo number of (riends
assembled at the depot to wish hlra
bou voyage.
A M. Pinkham left for Revelstoke
au Monday to spend the winter.
n. G. Parson is in Vancouver. Ee
will return on Monday morning.
Joseph Carlin, of Field, visited our
town tliis week, the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. M. Carlin. He proceeded west on
Wednesday.
Mrs. B. R. Moodie haa gone to visit
her daughters at Kamloops. Master
Stanley actsemjiunied his mother.
F. W. Jc-ties and wife returned from
a trip to tho Coast on Monday.
Mr-s. Joseph Hnnnn left on Monday
(or Laoomboto spend a couple of weeks
holiday,
Mrs. W. Alexander returned Saturday from Calgary.
The   Winning*; Free  Press  issue']
MISCELLANEOUS NOTES.
At a recent meeting nf the Dominion
Cabinet it was decide I that Thanksgiving Day will tbis year ba observed
cn Thuraday, Ootober 18th. Hnreto
for* it was held In Noveraoer. but this
year an earlier data has been selected
in compliance with a universal request.
The retail merchants of Toronto have
deoided to fight tbedeparimen-al stores
through the royal commission on taxation, and with thia objVt in view
have resolved to raiso a fund of 15000
for the purpone ol compiling and producing evidence to show tbe ruinous
effect of these s-ssablishmewa upon tbe
retail business of the city and the
province generally. These asorea enter
into unfair competition with our western storekeepers, and enjoy every
facility for so doing. A one cent
postcard, says tho "NVIaon Economist,
carries tho order to Toronto, and from
that point the parcels post is at the
aervlce of the departmental store to
carry ita goods to every quarter of the
Dominion. We wish the retail dealers
of Toronto every success In their effort
to foroe the departmental stores to
contribute a fair revenue to the public
exchequer, In proportion to the number
of departments represented under the
roofs ol their huge establishments.
Hicks���"Wonder how Mortar is getting on nowadays?
Wicks-Getting along finely. It
was onl; two years ago he started out
es  an  apothecary.   He is already a
invitationss to tbeir friensls to an At | dromjlsie. and il hi* luck holds out he
Home on Ihe occasion ot the Install. | will be a phsirmacist before tho end of
tion of a oomplete new dress, whioh
csime off en iMtli ult. A beautiful
souvenir, descriptive of Free Press
history, accompanied the invitation.
Wu wish this, the greatest newspaper
in tho West, all manner of success.
Two logs of African mahogany from
ono tree have beau sold in Liverpool
for J7.680.
E. F. de Varennes loft tbis morning
for his home in Waterloo, Que., hav
ing completed his annual inspection of
the Certainly Company's property.
Mrs. Nicholson left on Monday for
New Westminster to spend a couple of
weeks with her daughter.
In onr last issue we omitted to men-
lion tlie ilepnrtuie of ono of our moat
popular citizens, Mr. James Scott,who
left Goldm about two weeks ago for
tbe Coast, where he intends residing
ill I in* future.     Ur. S**t*>��tt  H��*a   hoaa   in
Golden for npwards of threo or four
years, and during that period has
made a friend of everyone with whom
he came in contact���and we may aay
here his friends are numbered by the
score, all of whom were sorry to learn
thnt Mr. Scott had decided to leave
Golden. All will join ua in wishing
Mr. Scott success wherever he decides
to make his home.
Mrs. Pratt left Ti-esday to attend
the Provincial fair at New Westminster.
Mrs. snd Miss Parson left for the
Const, where ihey will spend tbe
winter.
T. Stephens, who has had charge of
tbe section housa here, moves! Sunday
with his family to Laggan, where ho
will look afttr similar interests.
Rev. J. Fraser Evans, who dnring
last years waa in charge of the Presbyterian church in Golden, and during
the past six months has been minister-
to she people of tha upper country,
arrived Monday on tho Hyak and left
for Wellington the same evening, from
wbich plaoe he has received a call
Mrs. Evans accompanied him.
Go-sid's New Photo Smdio will be
opsin on Monday, Ootober 8. Prices to
aiiit o-.-it rbody. from 10 for a dollar to
Jil 00. S'i.M, tf.00 and $8.00 per doa.
First Class Work.
another twolvcmonth.
Hicks���But what difference will that
make?
Wicks-A big difference. An apothecary often has to sell at only 50 cents
above cost, and a druggist naver takes
less than 100 per cent., but to a
pharmacist there is no limit.
Many a man who when ont is
shrewd, at honse is benhtewed. Accordingly, many a man whon single is
dude and when married is subdued.
It is batter to investigate before you
invest, elae your autobiography auto-
notbiography. Just because a man is
not single ia no indication that bo is
twins, and because he is not considered
"so many" as to be plural often makes
him feci singular.
Thieves are said to be following Str
Charles Tupper about the country
They probably look upon Sir Charles
as an easy mark, since be allowed an
amateur liko Sir Wilfrid Laurier to
steal his clothes.��� Torouto Telegram.
Physician-My dear sir, you want
sleep. Tell me, do you sleep well at
uight ?
Patient���Dootor, I have not had a
night's sleep for eleven years.
Physician - Why, it is wouderful
you are not dt-ad or insane. Does it
interfere witb your business?
Patient-No, doctor, note bit.
Physician-Indeed! Wbat ia your
oce i;*at[on, may I ask?
Patient���I am the editor of a morn-
tog paper.
HAHBRS POLITICAL.
Concluding an article on tbe political
situation In Canada, tbe New York
Sun says:- "It looks as If the coming
election in Canada, Ilka that wbich
will take place next November in the
United States, will turn largely If not
mainly on tha Issue of prosperity. The
Canadian, like the American, mny
probably be trusted to know tnheu he
is well off."
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
CENTAUR MINERAL CLAIM,.
Situate in the tioldou Mining Division of
Eaat Kootenay District, ii.C, at the head
of Fifteen Mile Creek.
TAKE NOTICE that I, James Brady.
agent for Mutiisal: ffkltiAi-a, Free Mister'*
("ortUrate No. motoo, intend, sixty .lay.
from the slate hereof, toapply to tba Mining
Ret-onter for a Certiorate ef Improvements
for she purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant
for Ilio above claim.
Anil further tske notice that ac-ion, nnder
Sssctiou 01, miust nr commenced before the
i-sauance of aus-h Ceriifu'.-ito of liuj-roveineuts.
Dated thia 1st day of August, 1900.
JAMES BRADY,
Agent for Mannel Dainard.
For Sale
..CHEAPI
������***������
Wagons, Sleigns,
Aperajoes, Pack
Saddles, Harness*,
and Camp Outfits.
Apply to
T. GRAHAM,
ALBERT CANYON, B.C.
j Shorey's
j Clare Serge Suits
MMNGp]^
TKraTT-MBTn TTAK.
24 Paces t Weekly i HEutfn-tal
INDISPENSABLE
TO MINING MEN.
*3 PER YEAR. POSTPAID.
asm voa mas-La dorr.
MINING-Sdentlflc PRESS
ua Kiinr it*, in nAaeaco. cu.
J. C. TOM & CO.,
Merchant Tailors.
We have recently added to our Tailoring
Establishment a fall line of ���
:-: Gents' Furnishings,
The Finest in Town
Clothes Cleaned and Repaired on Shortest
Possible Notice.
Townsite of Golden.
Buiness   and Residential Lots For Sale.
Blocks for Investors.
Now is the Tims to Buy.
Moderate Prices & Easy Terms of Pay-asm.
GOLDEN is the key to the Upper Columbia Valley
the h-sad of navigation on the Columbia River, and the
centre of an extensive stock-raising and ranching country, extending from the headwaters of the Columbia River
in the south to Tete Jaune Cache in the north.
The important mineral discoveries recently made in
the Golden and Windermere districts, together with the
fact that transportation is now assured at an early date
by a railway running the length of the Columbia and
Kootenay Valleys, from Golden to Cranbrook, ensure great
activity in the mining camps of North East Kootenay.
Negotiations are also proceeding, which will ensure tlie
operation of the Golden Smmter within the next few
months.
THE GOLDEN TOWNSITE now offered forms
the only land available for tho extension of the building
area.
Present prices are favorable to investors, who wilt
find it to their interest to purchase before a further rise
takes place.
Plans may be seen and prices and terms obtain-ad on
application to -at.
No sale of lots is valid until purchaser receives agreement for sale signed by Townsite Trustees.
ET. B. Alexander, Trustee, Sandon,
H. G. Parson, Merchant,	
P. A. Desormeau,
.  .  .  Tailor.
Golden, B.C.
South Side Kicking Hora. Hirer,
Harvey, HeCarter ft Pinkham,
Barristers, Solicitors. Ac.
UEO. S. MCCARTER,
lleveiatoke, B.C.
J. A. HARVEY,
Fort Steele, ll.C.
A.M. PINKHAM,
Booma, Alexander Block, Golden B. C.
Complimentary Dance.
Thome's Brois nlee, of Rosalansl, la a
mao of conviction and is not afraid of
sjioiidisig money to also* his sneial,
at a au exchange. At a meeting held
i-si-uittlv in R'i-*i]and ho ris-clisred tha.
.   , , ,    i1 us oilier saUsr casi-jiu*. ������ waa put up
A  l��r-*f"t  number t-irned out to the ,,..,,,     . ,.   ,     ,��.,,
_.n_ ......  a    _,    ,'   _t    I"'hie rMsng he would giva s}250 (the
di|ioalt required front candidates) for
llie privilege of voting for himself as
a Government ownership of railroads
candidate,
Sir Cliarlsss Hiliherl Tupper has
spsusigun alloj-eiher isaw one. At a
meeting in Vancouver laat Monday, he
accused tho Liberals of isluisidoiiing
their tree trade |sriuciple�� In doubling
the head tax oss immigrating Chlnaaal
There is no copyright on the charge,
but Candidate McNeil will net find it
of much uw to bim    Sili-ertonian.
comiilims-iittiry dance given to ihn
peojsla of Golden last Friday, by Conductor Hughes and Eiiuiiseer Skinner
and crew of the work traiu from
Revelatoke which haa been repairing
the roadbed through hare. A general
invitation waa issued and although
she night was stormy nnd wet a great
many accepted the gem-rona invitation
of tho tnilnmen. Mu Ic was provided
from Field, and altogether we cannot
speak too highly of tha evening's
enjoynent Dancing wns commenced
al 9:80 and kept going until midnight,
when an extremely tasty aud highly
appreciated refreshment consisting of
teA.cakes, sandwiches, etc.. waa served
to tbe satisfaction of the merry
gathering, after which dancing was For a weak to pass bv wt'hout men
resumed until 3 o'clock in the morning, j,ion ol "'��� railroad would be omission
when all went home feeling somewhat! which tha readers of The Prospector
tired but not sorry at bavlngapent ao| *,0���|-i ������, re|j,���, Wh-��� BoMn.
pleasant ssn evening. * deflni��� *,��� ^ ^ Mt ^^ ^
At the last meeting of the Golden ws-ek impression Is  *ai ing ground
Fire Brigade It  was decided t j hol.l 'hat the surveys will Shortly be com*
the first annual ball on St, Andrew's ���n<*?.' "'*, ���*��' ��"����ru��ion   will
uigbt.    An energetic committee was IT"'"?1.*' ,0,llow'  In '"����� -"?,Srm
appointed tc take oharg of a,! arrange , J',.to,hllh "' ""f* "' ��>>r ��"��"
raonts and an effort will N*-  made to *���>���� i'}W ara offering to bst on  tho
eclipse anything in thia line yet seen i,,.e."' 0"ml'I"'ion. ��'  '�����  r0**1   ,0
In this district. Golden.-Fort Steele Prospector.
That Railroad.
Hall Bros. & Co.
Wholesale * Retail
Butcl~|ers.
Cattle, Sheep and Horse Dealers.
GOLDEN, B.C.
Jas Bbadt, D.L.S., & P.L8.
Mining Engineer,
M. Asu'n. Inst. ME.
Agent for obtaining Crown Grants, doing
annual aaaeassnent work, etc.   Address t
GOLDEN, B.C.
Coffins and
Caskets.
Funeral Robes of all kinds.
Orders promptly attended to.
W. L. Houston,
Golden, B.C.
The H. B. A. VOGEL
Cam-MercUl Callefe,
IU*  847.  Vmncraver,  B. V.
Thorough instruction in business
method!, Book-keeping, (we use.no
text-books, but do actual business)
8borthand and "typewriting. Wo prepare for examinations.
Mountain I-olire, No. II. A. F. A
A. M. Regular Communication,
second Monday in every mouth.
Sojourning brethren cordially in-
xo.prrrs.w.M.
CH.PARSON, Secretary.
PATENTS GUARANTEED
s*��ch a��d oeacripism, ol *a, i.tcsiIo. .ft
prompttjr s-tet n car opinion fits concerning
(be palenuMUt*. ol same. " How to Otstalu a
Meat" aent upsm request. Meats aecarad
thrash as advertised lev aale at our espesue.
nuata Uksa cat thrash aa receive tpeelal
��-<(c.,-.Uh<-iitoh��,I�� lofaafaTanraKom*,
HhWrstcd and widely circulate*. JwsuS
a*,SS��*-S hw Uan,,r-,-...MH m**A - ' '
i, o. o. r.
Rocky Mountain I-odga vo. SI meats in
OsMtelluwa Hnll, CoMen, every Weduaaday
at 8 p.m. Sojourning brethren welcome.
C I'EARCE, N.O. J T. WOOD, Sac.
 .J by MenufacttsKra and lnvettora.
lead lor -ample copy PHg. Addteaa,
VIOTOR J. gVANI A OO.
iPtUalAttoney,,)
Ifaaa ���alMlag, WA��Htr:aTON, p. sa.
N'aT-,CH��-\PEH
CALGAR^FLOLIR |
but better "Than nm o-rMErfltJ
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*  + WORLD-WIOt CIRCULATION.
weatyPagesiWeeklyiniiistnittd.
Immwma-m to Mmim Mm. ,
am MiuM nt tiai, nmAH>.
HUM IRDtCKffinC HUBS,
:>20 Mmket St., 8an Fhancisco, Oai*
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lmJa\l*Vt\*\*m'
.tt���dHr~,���-���"
fruit and   TfTDinra
ORNAMENTAL X Xi-UlJllO
"RHODODENDRONS. HOSES,
FANCY EVEROBEENS,
MAGNOLIAS. BULBS, raw orop of
��� " WN GRA8S SEED. ETC.,
'or Spring planting.     Largest  and
met   complete   stock    in    Weetern
anatla.   Call nd make your aalee-
one or lend for catalogue.     Address
Nursery Grounds or Graahonae,
Ml  MCMRV  M09 Weatminite-r
. -J. HUM I, Road, Vancouver
M YUM'
tXPMItN-CK
Patents I
James Henderson,
Builder & Contractor,
GOLDEN, B.C.
A supply of Huildhig I.ime for Sale, ,
iU�� prepared.  Promptattention tt-*nh to
orders.
<l
��� ���-,.. .*���.       ���_������'
Thomas O'Brien,
Barrister, Solicitor.
Notary Publio.Conveyanoor, etG
Office in Upjier CoHiuniin Kavlgallon and
TraoiAiiy Cotuiiany's llullutug,        i
Uolden, . II. C.
VOL. X NO. 13
GOLDEN   B.C., FRIDAY, OCT. 20, l*90ij
��2 Per Yeab
||i^^iigS-*]^EKil^^a^g^g5iS338aBSS^l|
i* k
ota          ,  .     . . .                  .        , tun
I   SPECIAL  DISPLAV..,.-. |
ll    Friday, Saturday and Monday Next 1
New if Ms. I
Among the many choie'ee creations ||
we especially mention na
French Flannel, in Wrapper ���tind-'Drcss- ||
ing- Ja&ot leng't'hs. ||
Dress Goods, in-Dress and Skirt lengths, Ea
no two alike. ||
Ready-to-wear Lustre-"and Serge Skirt*, ;|��|
'Fine Undershirts, with Doublo Ruffle. Ji
Blouse's, Cashermettc, Mercerette,' SiHc and
Satin, and Metallic Velvet.
Wli'ite Lawn Apron. Oliildreri's Dresses
and Pinafores.
Over 100 Patterns In Valenciehhes
Torchon and Silk Laces
The assortment of
STAPLE GOO&S
added to the Stock makes k
the most complete of its kind
ever shown in the District of
EAS r KOOTENAY
H. G. Parson,
General Merchant,
Ae-xar|der Block.
'  S. li*..
***%-
If Yt*x\ want a Good Pit in
call at Warren's.
The Finest Range of Clothing ever shown in Golden at
C.     A.     WARDEN'S.
Upper Columbia
NaTigatian & Tramway Co.
(LIMITED)
& International Transportation Co.
Connecting with C.P.R. at C61den, B.C.
Direct Boute to Peterborough, Athalmer, Windermere tnd
Surrounding' Mining Dlin-iet
STBAMEBS LEAVE OOLDEN TUESDAY Xtltt FRIDAY AT 4 A.M.
THE ONLY QUICK AND COMFORTABLE BOUTE.
Conaljrnors will be ch si-Red with ell way tttlgitt batwesn Golden
and Wlndsrmere, et whiob polht a Company's agent will be
etatloned
All IrelRht and obarges on Roods to Windermere *it* points beyond will hare to be paid to tbe Company* agent at Win-far-
more BWore delivery ol goods. ..���������.,���..
C    H.   PARSON    Manager.
I
i
EST.
Tbt (treat mineral iraoove'riee that b��v��bean mssde in tbe Upper
Country have attracted attention (ram ell pert* ol the world end
to-day there Is ne more fatulllsMy known aooilon tben tbat wblob
claims PETERBOROUGH, B. C, laa III Cento. Direct com-
munloatlon per stsarasrs witb Osaldatand the outside world and
thickly settled in all directions. PETEBBOBOUOH ie the key
to the wonderful Toby end Horse TlMWceertlM now being
*mtVi%^l^,^m^-
G. Ai STAEKrAgant,
Peterborough, B.C.
Kama. , .aJkuat- ald-ma't*.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Capital Authorized, $��,500,000
Capital raid Up WMSstfos
Bent 1,700,000
nirocSoi-a.
H.- 8. Hoivl-ti.il,       -       Pmislent.
T. R. Morrill,        ���        Vii-iii'rea.
Win. Ii.itii.-ny,     T, Sutlicrtniui Stttynor
Retort Jaifviiy, Klins Roger.*,
Win. Ilonsls-io.    .
Hrad offu'ki TottsixTa
D. II. Wii.kii., (iousirtil Msiimgcr.
E. HAV; liupoi-lor.
llrnnrhrN:
MANITOBA,"K. \V. T. nml It. C.
ni-.-ssuiciii, Calffnry, RdttioiitAii.
(Juli'oii,       Nelson,        rnrlapo In 1'rmrle,
Prince -ultort,    Kovclatolssi,    Strathvohai
V.-iiii-ouvor,       Wiiitsipc-r,
���   ONTARIO & QUEHEO.
Essex, Forffita, Gait, Hamilton,   Iiipornr,!!,
I.iatotvfii.. Niagara Falls,   Port ColLsoiil-iii*
Rat Portage.        Sault 1st,.. Mario,        St,
CfttliariuCi, St. Thomas, Toronto, Wellnnij,
Woc-istoch, anil Moutrul, '.ut*.
A("*Plifs In (.rent IliUlsisi:
IJojll'a llank. I.tsl,, 12 l.onil.aril St., I.niiiliin
Willi ivlinni inoitciy may bn slupoailoil for
, transfer b&lsjtter or cable to sisiyof the
above lirflusjliefi.
Affcnl-t In United Stnlesi
NEW YORK-Balilt of Moiitroal, Bank ol
., Ainiirira. ���.
OHIOAOO-Plrst Nntiounl Bank.
ST. PAUL-Sacousl National Bank.
SAN FRANCISCO-Wolls, Fargo A Co.��
Bank.   .
Agents) in Mouth Africa.
THE STANDARD HANK  OF   SOUTH
AFBIUA LIMITED.
SAVINGS IIANiTDEPART.MENT
inietcst -illusvod on iloposita.
DEBENTL'REH.
Provincial, Munls-ipal ami other debentures
puruhsacd.
DRAFTS & LETTERS OF CREDIT
Available *t all points in, I 'snails, UuiH-d
Kingdom, United States.
J. S. Gibb, Mgr., Gelden Branch.
Bodega   Restaurant,
W. BOOKHOUT. Prop.
Meas at any hours.
Fish (ind Oame In sbuson.
Bread, CaKes, Fruit
and Confectionery
Aw��ys in Stock.
Fresh Oysters.
Cherries; Bed, Whito and Clack
Currants; Fears; Plums; Prunes,
Apples'; etc, etc.
We at<e prepared to pick, .pack ans)
deliver on board train nt Harrison
Station. Send In your order nt once
(or your supply for the season, nnd
your orders will boattended to proiUpt-
\y nt market price,   Address
j. 0. HENDERSON,
Box 711. CHILLI WACK, B.C.
W. J. Gould,
PHOTOGRAPER,
Golden, B. 6.
NOTE AND  COMMENT.
'The local Liberal Association, has nt
onceset to work to promote loyalty to
tbe cause. Tbo meeting last Saturday
evening was harmonious in every sense
of the word anil tho efforts of the now
Committee are not lacking iu the work
to be done between now nnd election
day. The Committee meets again tomorrow, Saturday, evening in tbe old
Miner office. jIU'Liberals aro cordially
Invited,
Among iho various causes which
work constantly Ior tho development
of the mining resources of the West,
the cheapening of transportation iy,
and will long remain n leading one.
Every hi Ho hy which a railroad nears
a mining district is an element in
stimulating mining progress and so ti
every wagon road that supplants a
trail and every betterment ofvexisting
highways to -and from a mining district. 'The time is near at hand with
its industrial blessings and coaily lessons on what good roads moan to the
miner of East Kootenay.
No one can deny the fact that the
postponement of the Yalo'-Cariboo election for two weeks will give a decided
advantage to whichever patty wins in
the East, anl as we nro satisfied that
the result throughout the East will be
a Liberal victory wo have no fault to
find with the delay.
Mining is tlio noblest of industries.
Prom it all cruelties of competition
have been eliminated. In tbe wake of
the successful miner destitution, despair and death do not follow���his
enrichment does not nman nno'hcr's
impoverishment. Tho miner delves
Into the oorth and brings forth something which adds to tho comfort,
happiness nnd wealth of thn world ���he
is n producer^ and tho world stands
ready to buy bis product. Oold mining is the only Industry cf magnitude
that is not directly the domination of
trusts and monopolies, lt defies the
manipulation of politicians and is one
industry today which offers a"fair
return for money invested aud labor
expended.
"Wouldn't that mako a man kick
his father!" exclaimed sir C. Hibbert
Tupper when Hon Clifford Bifton read
those letters of apology at Brandon
the other day.
in the Province will become a centre
from which will radiate prospectors,
taking In territory which before wftE
inaccessable, .for tbere aro mnny portions of the Pro vice whioh have not
been thoroughly prospected.
If. II. Cook, a political buck number
from the wilds of Eust Siincoe, hankered after n Seimtorwhip which be did
not got, Sir Wilfrid Laurier preferred
an abler and bettor man. Mr. Cook
now vents bis spleen and displays his
sore spot by a fm ions onslaught on
the Government. His nitaclc contains
nothing new; it is simply a rehash of
the Tory campaign literature nnd
spC^dbos, Eut Inter Mr. Cook declare;:
that he might have had a Senntorshlp
for SIO, CCO, but ho considered tho price
too nigh. Thnt would bo a serious
charge if it were true; but there is not
a word of truth iu it. Sir Wilfrid
Laurier gives the charge tbo most emphatic nnd categorical denial, tiltd says
neither he nor any of his colleagues,
nor anybody acting for him or them,
ever mado Mr. Cook any such ' ffer.
Mr. Cook offers no proof; be lias noflo
to i-ffer. His statement was made out
of whole cloth to injure the Government and satisfy his disli^roi revenge.
The Conservatives deem Mr. Cook a
groat card; they nro welcome to all
the help such meu cau give.
Portraits, Cabinet Heads, a Speolelty
Views of B. C, Residences,
First Class Work Guaranteed.
Photoi Finished is 3 to 8 Days.
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"Imperial
Limited"
THE QUICKEST AND BEST
EQUIPPED TRAIN CROWING THE CONTINENT.
IZi *%**,*��� ROUTE
"by th. Steamers
Athabasca,
Alberta,
���"4 Manitoba.
Sailing Irom Fort William
Friday,
"���* (Sunday.
For full Mrtlculars Apply tb tbe nearest 0. P. A. Agent, or to
w. sTrri1;    c. e. Mcpherson;
A.G.P.A., G.P.A.,
Winnipeg. Winnipeg
Our old friend. Sir Charles Tupper,
is never tired of telling us how he has,
practically without assistance either
from Providence or his fellow-man,
brought about confederation, worked
out nnd put Into effect the famous-oils It infamous?���XationalPolicy, built
the Canadian Pacific Railway, nnd Is
entitled oithor directly or indirectly���
principally the former-to nil credit
attaching to every development that
has made for tbo advancement .of
Cn inula during the last 45 years, 'in
order to remove any doubt which may
possibly exist as to tha justice of these
claims, it is only fair to call attention
to Sir Richard Cnrtwrigl^'s remarks
recently whon lie observed that the
contribution of Sir Charles Tupper and
his associates to the construction of
tho C.P.R. wns to make It cost nearly
twice as much us It shoutS'havecost
to the poople, and fool away an empire
in tho AVcst for less money than it
would havo cost to mako a survey. No
wonder Sir Charles is pleased with
hlmsolf.
The greatest need of tho mining industry is that the public bo educated
up to the point of treating it as they
treat other industries. That there is
something of n speculative nature iu
mining is certain, but in the minds of
the geueral public this fact seems to
be so magnified as to put the industry
beyond the pale of safe investment.
Men who have followed mining for
years and who have undertaken to
treat it as they would any other industry, have found that it is suscep
tlble to the same rules. In every
occupation there are chances of failure,
sod tntre are industries iu which the
percentage of failures are probably
heavier than they are in mining. Mining can be reduced to almost certain
results where knowledge of the business is coupled with good judgment,
And it is an open question whether
tbere is any portion of the globe which
has the power of yielding larger returns per acre than a good mining
oountry.
It may bo said that successes in
mining are exceptional cases. Groat
success In -any business ia exceptional*
But winnings from mining seem to be
far mora numerous than ever before,
and every camp established anywhere
Tho Conservative press in tbo East
is apparently fighting iu the last ditch
��� probably tho reason why they nr--*.
continually throwing 30 much mud.
COUNTY   COURT.
His Honor Judge Forth Surprised on Arrival Here���
A   Large   Docket.
Hon, Justice Forin arrived here yesteiday nftcrnoon and much to bis
surprise wns informed tbo silting of
tho County Court had been adjourned
until ht proximo. Upon investigating
the matter it. appeared a tebgram had
been received from tho Registrar cf
tho County Court at Hevelstoke to the
effort that no sitting of the Court in
Golden would be held until November
1. This action, His Honor explained,
was in no wny authorised, but ho presumed the registrar Imd acted iu good
faith. Ho expressed much rppret tbat
tho people of Windermere had been so
glCAtly inconvenienced by tbo several
postponements that hud taken place,
but that tho same was unavoidable,
He instructed the registrar to inform
hiift in future of important cases to be
tried here, so tliat in tbe event of it
being found ho could uot be present,
tbe assistance of somo of tho other
judges might be obtained.
The following Ij a list of the cases
upon the the docket,  with tho names
of tiio solicitor:-! acting : ���
Criminal list ���
Regtna vs. Ohln Sing.
Reglna vs. Frank Fields.
Regina vs. S. Tiuunins.
All tbe criminals cases stand over
till November 1.
Civil list-
Hnn vs. .Starbird it Collett. Claim,
S362.8i!. Thomas O'iSrieu for plaintiff,
J. A, Harvey for defenoe,
Thomas H, Parr vs. Goldden A, Fori
Steele Development Company, Claim,
$-284.20. Thomas O'Brien for plaintiff;
(I. S. McCttrter for defence.
Hull Uros. ys. ,1. S. Ingram. Clnhn*
$il07.90. Thomas O'Brien for plaintiff]
McDonald A Cluto for d^ct/co,
William Moore vs. J. J. Quinlivan.
Claim, 1-47.05. Judgment for plain-
tiff. Thomas O'Brien for plaintiff; II.
Mucdonutd for defence,
Jas. Q ilulivau vs. Elk Park Ranche
Company, Claim, (168.17. Action
dismissed. IT. Afacdouald for plaintiff;
Thomas O'Brien for defence.
M. Lambert vs. Canadian Pucific
Railway Ccmpniiy. Thomas O'Brien
for plaintiff; E. P. Davis, Q.C., for
defence.
Elk Park Ranch Company vs. Mc-
Innes & Company, Thomas O'Brien
for plaintiff'; J. A. Gurd and Geo. S.
McCarter for defence,
M. Dainard vs. Thomas O'Briou and
W. C. Wells. A, M. Pinkham for
plaintiff; Thom&s O'Brien for defonce.
C. W. Field vs. J. Lamoiitngne. A.
M. Pinkham for plaintiff; Thomas
O'Brien for defence.
Wm. McNeish vs. A. P. Cummins.
Judgment for plaintiff for 1166.00 nnd
costs;, Thomas O'Brien for plaintiff.
Lintoii Bros. vs. Chas Buller. Judg<
ment for plaintiff, Thomas O'Brien
for plaintiffs.
Most of tbo above cases stand enlarged until tho 1st proximo, when
the trlulo will be proceeded with,
Liberal Association.
The Oolden Liberal Association met
last Siiturday evening and sustained
the standing officers with tbe exception of tho secretary-treasurer, J. A.
Lutes being'-.lnauimously elocted to fill
that vacancy, vice G, E* Hamilton,
wbo resigned somo time ago. The
meeting wns a large and emhusinstic
ono and wns attended "by Mr. Alex.
McRae, secretary of tbe, Central Association of Revelstolte, who addressed
tbe gathering 011 tho work bolng doue
throughout the riding and there was
question as to tbe resulfof tbe election
in this constituency and elsewhere,
Mr. McRae cc;np!miented the Liberals
upon the promptness with which they
bad como together and transacted the
busings brought before them.
Messrs R A. Kimpton and George
Geary, of Windermere, were also present and enrolled ns member?, together
with a large number of other3.
The several committees wero appointed for the different work of tho
Association, and hfoer somo discussion
it wns decided to meet regiilarly every
Saturday evening in the Committee
Rooms in tim oil Miner dfece, next
door to Hull's butcher shop.
Tho meeting then adjourned.
Board of*Traclo Meeting*-,.
The Board of Trade held a special
meeting ou \Volue.--day of laat wet-k,
nt which Mr. Hewitt, Bos'.ock was
present. Several imp'or'.a'n; matters
were brought up for discussion, parti-,
cularly that the Government at ouce
nake such arrangements whereby a
semi-weekly mail cervice may be
operation between Golden and Windermere. After going into tho matter
very carpfully Mr. Bostook immediately Wlftd the Postmaster-General,
pointing out the necessity existing for
this improvotuout in tho service, and
u]>o that it was imperative ju tl.e
interests of this district that t)i&
request he granted,
Tlio appropriation for improvements
to tho Kicking Horse River Iv the
Dominion Governnnnt was also taken
up and immediate action taken thereon.
The Board passed a resolution thank
ing Mr. Bostock for tho manner in
which he had looked after the iutercsts
of North  EiiSt .Kootenay, durinflh.hla
stflward--hip in 1'arliamau; aud  rhea"
adjourned. -    '
WATrERS POLITICAL,
A Royal Commission may bo found
necessary to delci-ir'uo tyji-gthor C9I.
Sam Hu^ho-i orH. II Cook is CanndaV
cbampion letter writer,
Conc-jrvatives might rerqombcr t^'ai
if JL H. Cool: hn.t bc-j^ht ^. Senator-
ship for $10,000 hc wcn.j not he 0,io
first man who hns taken that rcute to"
ihe Upper House, nor would lho Literals be tho first flfiHy tliat lia^ taken'
pay for the promoCo 1 of its fricrJa.���
Toronto Teleg*ratn.
Sir Charles Tupper declares that ho
K*..iil udheres to the .NVtionnL ��i>IiC��.
That means if he should get back to'
powC.' I*r would do. awny with:the
Preferential Tariff. I.' mtaris that instead of a revenue tarifT we should
haye a protective jr.riff. It moans that;
on British goods wo sluutld hato tc
pay 5d per cent. tr\ore d.-tT'.'S. i^pin vo"
litre paying now. It m?ans that tho
advantage we havo obtained in ,Ub0
British market Tor our prod eta by
reason of the preference would he dep*
troyed. It would ni;'an,rbe placing'-*?
Canada buck where it wns in_lti-Jl,'
with hard times, a faiU.'c ravenufi
burdensometaxation, loss 01 confiiloncn
and all th? rest of it. L would���.ioau
all that and More. B':.*.T:t ti or.el-Z-s tc
excite alarm t for there ti noL tho least1"
danger of SU-.Charles climlnnr*. back to
power. Tlie Canadian people have nO
confidence in Sir Cfttries or his tribe*
They know them af old and havo n3
intention of putting them bad: to oflice.
Kook your seats at Field's Drug
Store for the Firo Brigi^e Concert oc
November Btn       ., - .-*-
For Sale,
��� .**,.
Tcniss ol Di-flUf-Thl Ilorssss, sr,*i���-iit .-lijimt 1**JC
pounds.   PtJ-Tfurtlier |inrJlsiiil..sv apply lo-  '
J. A. iURIC,
Mur. Dlr. KuOtoisuy Lansl ami iKMfrstfiji
Co., l.iiiiil.'l,I'(li*iliurijunli> H.8,1
W. S. SANTO *y COMPANY,
Peterborough, B.C.,
Have equipped themselves with the Jarges!
and liiost complete slock of
General Merchandise*
in the Windermere Mining "Bistriet aim
making their
at
PETERBOROUGH;
Headquarters for all -pt
branches of Mining
and Prospecting
all n I ���
'.w supplies
fewest Estimates given to Mining Men
coming iilto tlie country, to
,.. De'velorj Properties
Saving Otjir  Pwn Freight
Boats We Defy
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR    .,.
1 GATTtE; HAY AND OA**'$
l>*��*-Mi***m>m^
Att*t>'*.\.1.\..S,.iSI*i..
ss'l,''-*'- '**"-��� THE GOLDEN ERA, FRIDAY, OCT. :'.G. I*:00.
1 Car Upholstered
....pUHNITUHE
The Latest Styles in Parlor, Dining-room
and Bed-room Suites.
Arm Chairs, Window Seats, Lounges and
Writing Desks, Fancy Rockers,
Verandah Chairs, &c.
smmmmmm*-*-*
1 Bar Common Furniture
Mattresses.   Pillows,  &c.
1 Car Shelf Hardware.
1 Car Heavy Hardware
Including everything necessary for the
building and mining Trade
1 Car Choice Groceries
Canned  Goods,   &c.
5,000 Rolls Wall Paper.
Flags of all sizes for
QUEEN'S BlKTtfDAY
e^iiti'iniffi'si'Asit*
Screen Doors and      :'dows
to keep out mosquitoes,
Genuine  Maple Syrup
from Quebec.
NEW CARPETS.      SQUARES AND RUGS OF ALL SIZES, DESIGN st
PRICES.    LACK. CRETONNE, SWISS MUSLIN & SASH CURTAINS.      BRAND NEW BICYCLES, REGULAR CORN
CRACKERS, FOR
$25.00
a B. mc��>E$|vroT,
GENERAL  MERCHANT,
Oolden,      .C
Kinqpton     &     Pitts,
WINDERMERE & DONALD,
General Merchants,
Church Services.
ST. PAUL'S-CHURCH OF QNQLAND.
-fiervicen every Sunday at 11 a.m. and
7:^0 p.m.'Ceicbrnt ion of Holy Communion 1st nnd vil-d Sniiditys of the mouth
after Morning Prayer, and on Greater
Festivals and Itoly Days at 8 a.m., or
as may be announced from the chancel.
sS'inday School at 2:310 p.m.
All arc cordially invited to attend
the services.
C F. Yates, Vicar.
PKESIiVTKKIAN CHURCH.
Service every Suudav nt 7:.')0 p.m.
Sunday School and liibio Class ar 3
p.m. sharp.
Choir practice evcrv Thursday even*
at 7.
Kev. AV. I). Turner, Tastor.
METHODIST CHURCH,
jBcrvirws every Suuday al 11 a.m. and
7:30 p.m.
Siutdiiy School nt 3 |i tn.
Prayer Meeting on Tuesday nt 8 p.m.
Choir practice uu Fritmy at 7:30 p.m.
Miners going northward via Canoe river route will
find it a large saving and convenience to procure their
supplies at Donald.
Sole Agents For
Canton Steel Company,
Windermere.  Golden   &   Donald
Mining Divisions.
Agents at Windermere for California Giant Powder Co
..THE . . .
QUEEN'S    HOTEL,
Headquarters for Commercial Men.    Two Commodious
Samplo Rooms,    ltogffago Transferred Free.
ilot und Cold Utttlis.
I Men ��i per dny. Choice Wines, Liquors & Cigars
J.  C.  Greene, Proprietor.
Athalmer House,
Athalmer, B. C,
F.   DARGIS,   PROP.
First class accommodation far Travellers,
Prospectors antl Mining Men.
Saddle and Pack Horses Supplied.
The B. C. Assay & Chemical Supply Co., Ltd,
���  (UteMACFAKLAN.EACo.)
Vancouver,      -     B*C*
wm *** Vflnufaetumrs add fljreci Importer*, and .carry a. two stock of. Hiilmccji,
Wtf��ltS5a!SSnMBBwSW Practical i^k*,Olammare,,l-1ftli)iiun Woods, <
A^Wfigg^^ Company, Wetermt! *m****me Sow
Briflnte**! Etc. c**tftto��uf eu'l<t*ll f*>licuUA on apftlicatio*.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Harvest festival services will lw
held in Si, Paul's church on Sunday
next.
Ij. O. Garnet, of Cuterbnry, after
spending a couplo of days in Gulden,
left this morning for the West. His
-f.miily accompanied hiin.
E. K. Portly, of Nelson, representing
Bradairoct'K, New York, is in Oolden,
on business iu connect!ju with this
well-huown firm.
Tho Kamloops Sentinel reports that
another victim haft falb/ii to tho Tory
axe, this time T C. Hunter, constahlo
and assist nut in tiie Government of:ico
at Quosnel, no reason beinj-j Resigned.
It also reports further deenpitations
are about to begin in Cariboo.
Mr. Peter Sebastian reports ae wn
go to press that ho has struck coat,
oil, tin, zitik, lead, copper and uold on
the Annie Joesphinc ut a depth cf 11
feet.    Next!
Ernest Mansfield, mining promoter
and business man, wae arroited ou a
capitis taken out by tiie men emt lo.yed
on Camp Mans��feld properties, which
that gentleman hus been working for
some six months in tho interests of a
French syndicate, a motif; the principal
members of which is Rone Liutdi. Tho
miners havo not received their wages
for soni'.' time, the aggregate due ihem
being $3,tC0, or thereabouts. Many
outstanding accounts nre unpaid and
business men have taken legul steps.���
Neison Tribune,
KtS Honor Jtfdfie Forin arrived yesterday from the West and has heen
kept busy ever since, a largo number
of cases occupying his attention, A
full report will appear next week.
Dan Stadliuidc-r, who during a high
old time after tlio lust Provincial election nt Fort Steele removed a ballot
box from Want polling booth, was
given eighteen mouths to ruminate
over the dangers of crooked work in a
British Columbia eieotion campaign at
Nolson the other day.
Candidate Foley is rod hot after the
Chinese and pauper immigration. In
concluding his address at a meeting in
Nol eon the other dav lie said:���"We
must show tlm Government of Canada
that the laboring men of this country
will not tamely ml) mil to surrender
their birthright to the Orientals, who1
are Swarming across Pacific Ocean."!
Get right after them, old mau, nnd wo
will hold your hat.
W. J. Gould has completed his new
studio, which pre wnt* a pleasant
appearance to lho island in tbe Kick-
tig Horse.
Frank Fields nnd S. Timinlns, of
FieM, are in town.
II. A. Kimpton, of Windermere, who
had been laying over her* awaiting
��� Ming of County Court, made a flying
trip to Windermere, leaving hero
on Suuday evening and returning on
Thursday morning.
Kev. C. Y.tt(s returned from the
West ou Wednesday, briugiug his
family wiih Mm,
A Thanksgiving service was held in
Ht. Paul's church last uight.
John Shields, manager of Kamloops
Sawmill, who hns hcjn on a business
trip up the North Thompson, reports
the prjbahlo murder of a man named
George Koih at Little Fort, GO mibs
up the river, on the west bank, presumably on Friday, October I2i Tbe
previous day Roth visltoj Williams
A Cottier's ranch ou the opposite side
uf ihu river, whero he dined. Tho last
seen of him wat around hti own place
next morning,
Th** body of Billy Lamb, a pror-
pector who has operating in Windermere division, and mysteriously disappeared from Athalmer one nigh', last
summer, was picked up about a couple
of week* ago In tho Columbia, where
the reir.uius were mangled and eaten
hy wolves to a point beyond recognition. The top half of the body wa��
completely gone, while the lower part
was only preserved by the fact tbat i.
was submerged io sand and waler.
The remains were taken np and properly interred by friends of deceased.
James N alun, who came west from
Toronto over a year ago and accepted
a position witb G, B. McDermot, but
soon gave it up and went to work at
Mr. Forster's ranche at Firlanda and
there nuoaiucd until last week, when
he left for Golden on his way homo to
consult a speoial 1st, Mr. Ncalon came
here a continued invalid from hemorrhage, an 1 although somewhat improved since his arrival a year ago, by
no means cured. He left for Toronto
ou Tuesday. Mr. Nealon made hum,/
friends dining his sojourn here who
sincerely hope for his recovery.
Cold Commissioner Griffith returned
on Monday morning from Windermere
and surrounding country, havimemade
an inspection of Toby Croek waggon
road and made glad the hearts-of the
workmen with ihe usual monthly
cheques.
Joseph Lake of Athalmer, came in
from the South last Saturday. Mr.
I-i-ike report* a hu.-y season and bright
outlook Tor tins .future.
E. A. Haggen, M.*E., returned last
night from the Certainty mines.
H. C. Killeen, who has been superintending cons; ruction of the waggon
rand up Toby Creek, oame down from
Athalmer on Saturday last. He says
work on the road will lie completed
..bout Kith prox,, whou about M men
will be discharged.
MISCELLANEOUS NOTES.
Sandon, which has always boen a
notoriously wide opon*town, has begun
to realize that that portion of her
population which live, thrive and have
their being on gambling can be dispensed witb. The crooks and gamb
lers have been ordoral to clear our,
and they must obey the mandate. As
the Paystreak puts it:--
��.."It' all off now. Chips that pass
in the night are viUjiable only as
souvenir*;, and tlm agitation for the
froo hii unlimited coinage of poker
oh celts is only a m-ntcr. of ancient
history. The dealers, boosters, dhair-
wnrmers, pluggers, cappers, profes-
siun.ii rubber necks, niaikers.riiuiners,
crimpers, short, curd men, Montana
Sleeve artists and othur members cf
the sporting fratcrpity will bave to
turn their hacks on the classic shades
of tho S.lvcr City, and with hrtivy
hearts and fear Maim'-l eyes hit the
long array of lies to the laud of exile
Tho great mural wave has struck
them���in Suudon."
Remember tho Fire Brigado Concert
on f>th Kovcmler and do not make
any other engagements
Recaption in Columbia Hall.
A reception was held in Columbia
Hall last nlgbt to welcome Rev. C. F.
Yutes and family io Golden. A large
number wero present and an enjoyable t'me was spent. S-don wero
pleasingly rendered by Mr. Plowright
and Mrs.Robblns. Dancing was com-
mt nerd at 9 o'clock and kept up until
midnight. During an interval a tasty
refreshment was handed round which
was much appreciated by the gathering, all of whom were well pleased
with their evening.
Alba Haywood and His Peerless Company Coming.
Arrangements have been made for
tho appearance hero of Alba Haywood, iho Prince of Comedians, and
bis excellent companv under thi* ans-
1 pices of the Golden Firo Brigado ou
; Monday'week, ihe 5th November. Mr,
.Heywood has, during the pust len
yoftrs, appeared in all the principal
1 towns and cities in the United States,
jund established a reputation of which
he is justly proud, Ho has returned
many times to the samo places, always
meeting with unqualified success, and
from the opening to tho close of hi*
Boason ho is greeted eie.'y where with
large and delighted audfenoas,
Says tho nuthor of Een Hur: "I
am indebted to Mr. Alba Heywood fcr
ono of the most pleasant evenings I
have ever spent. His impnrsouations
ore truly msrvellous aud his songs
highly entertaining."
Bcsidos Mr. Heywood, there is Miss
Munroe, violinist, who finished Iipi*
education wiih the great German
master, Joachim. Miss Munroe is a
typical Southern girl.
Gustavo Ullrich, tho brilliant 'cello
bolojst, is also with the company.
Mr. Ullrich isadUtinguinboJ musician
of the highest order.
MissJBinlje Colo is tbo kind of linger
the public delight to listou to and
honor.   H>r voice is remarkable.
The Golden Fire Brrgndo are to he
congratulated on their success iu securing au engagement with this company.
It is needless to say tbey are bound to
have a crowded house.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOI ICE.
GENTAUR MINERAL CLAIM,
Situate tin thn Golden Mining Division nt
Kant KootbuttV M-tfrict, IM)., nt thu hed
nt Fifteen Mile Creek.
TAKK NOTICE thnt I, James firmly,
agent for Mamml Dainard, Free MiuerV
Curtiticato Ko. BlOWi), intend, sixty daya
from tho tinto hereof.toapply totho Mining
Keeovilur fin'n CeVHfienu ut Improvements
for the purpart nf obtaining a liuwii Grant
Ibr tha liluivocbiiai.
And further tulco notice flint ju-itin, under
Sociiun 37, must ee commenced btiforo tlio
issuance of such Certilieate oflml��rovoincuts.
Dated ihis 1st clay of August, 1000,
JAMES BRADY,
Agent for Manuel Dainard.
���ann.njinnrtJutJiAnnr./uuuutnnn
I Shorey's.
! Clare Serge Suits
J. C. TOM & CO.,
Merchant Tailors.
We has�� -recently added to onr Tailoring
Establishment a full line of
:-: Gents' Furnishings,
The Finest in Town
Clothes Cleaned and Repaired on Shortest
Possible Notice.
Townsite of Golden,
Buiness  and Residential Lots For Sale.
Blocks for Investors.
Now is the Time to Buy.
-Moderate Prices & Easy Terms of Payment.
; Sold only by
the best
Clothing
dealers for
Tailors' price for the same
goods $20.00.
juuuuvuuvvuo
GOLDEN is tho koyto the Upper Columbia Valley
the head of navigation on tho Columbia Itiver, and tho
centre of an extensive stock-raising and ranching country, extending from the headwaters of the Cornmbia River
in tire south to Tete Jaune Cache in the north.
The important mineral discoveries recently made in
the Golden and Windermere districts, together with tho
fact that transportation is now assured at an -early data
by a railway running the length of the Columbia and
Kootenay Valleys, from Golden to Cranbrook, ensure great
activity in tho mining cramps of North East Kootenay.
Negotiations are also proceeding, which will ensure tlio
operation of the Golden Smelter within the next few
months.
THE GOLDEN TOWNSITE now offered forms
the only land available for tho extension of the building
area.
Present prices are favorablo to investors, who will
find it to thoir interest to purchase before a further rise
takes place.
Plans may be sren and prices and terms obtained on
application to
No sale of lots is valid until purchaser receives agreement for sale signed by Townsite Trustees.
H. B. Alexander, Trustee, Sandon,
H. G. Parson. Merchant, ���
P. A. Desormeau,
.  .  . Tailor.
Golden, B.C.
Noutl, Hlrio Kicking Itosr-ae silver.
uinnivuwuuiivu
MA..R1ED.
TAPPLBTON-FAIIRT-At GoIJei), Oct.
ii. 1910, by Rev. *W. D Turns-.-.
Fre-tei'lt-lt* Tarn laton to Fleming
Fabry, sill of Golden.
Tenders for Big Eddy Mill Site
at Revelstoke, B. C.
SF.AI.ED TENDERS adilrs-SBed to
Um isiiderslKned mid niarliusl on lho
snvulops "Tsssider for Uiu Kddy Mill
Um," will Uss received at thie Doimrt-
ment until noon of Monday, tins Urd of
Diiuniiilssjr, 1IIC0, for ccrtftin land kiso-vu
aa tlm Iii*; Kddy Mill Sins, ou tho
S'nliwnbiis Rivs-r, o|>|toaite Uevelltokf,
Ji.*.'., nunili' ivd on a plan of Survey
I ,-u|,.ss. ' by J. F. Garden,na tola 1. 3, 11
si nil 4, lyinii in mictions ii anil BU, in
Townablp '20, lUngo *.', Went of the
(lib Merldiun.
Tbe lots, will be ditpoaesl of In ono
block ouly, coni|.riaitiK ��� lie wbole four
I'stts, and tbe tenders ssinst elute the
bonus which ihu person teudcrinj-;
sillers* in million to llie upset price of
to per si.* i-o.
Kinds lender must be accompanied by
an accepted cheque on a chartered bank
in favni- of she Deputy Minister of tl a
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