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James Henderson,
Builder & Contractor,
OOLDEN.-B.C.
A supply of ltaildlnir l.issso tor Side,
ua prepared.   I'rosllpt siltoutiou irivonl
VOL. X   NO. 15
GOLDEN   B.C., FRIDAY, NOV. fl, 1900
Thomas O'Brien,
Barristep,,Soileitor.
Notary Publlo.Conveyanoer, etc
OffisiQin L'pper Csliinilda Navigation and
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Highest Grade on iho Murkct. A Carload in
tlio Warehouse.
OATS, CHOP, BRAN, SHOUTS, "WHEAT
for Chicken ".'ml, ausl NATIONAL HOI/LED
OATS.   Ouo Car Now in Stock.
LAKE OF THE WOODS FLOUR-Tlie Finest
You Can U^e.    A Carload !o go on with.
ONE CAULOAD OF ASSORTED GR0CE1U-ES
iiialudinj; the Best Quality of Everything,
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H. G. Parson,
General Merchant,.
Aelar|-der Block.
If You want a Good Fit in
Ready-lade CLOTHING,
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 Go.
Connecting' with C.P.R. at Golden, I5.C.
Direot Bouta to Peterborough, Athalmer, Windermere and
Surrounding' Mining District.
STEAMERS LEAVE OOLDEN TUESDAY AND FRIDAY AT 4 A.M.
���THE ONLY QUliJK AND COMFORTABLE ROUTE.
Consignor* will ha charged with alt way freight between Oolden
and Winsts-rmore, nt which point a Company'* agent will bo
stationed
All froight nssd charges on gooda to Windermere and point! beyond will havo to be paid to the Company's ageut at Winder-
mere betoro delivery of goods,
C    H.   PARSON    Manager.
Peterborough
 .WEST.
The groat mineral discoveries tlmt havo been made in tho Uppor
Country have attracted attention from nit parts of Ute world and -
to-day there ti no more tamilinrly known (taction than tlmt which
Malm's PETERBOROUGH, B. 0., ai its Centre. Direct communication per steamers with Oolden and the outside world and
thickly settled In all direction. PETERBOROUGH is tho key
'o ths wonderful Toby aud Horso Thief properties now holng
- *��!vely developed, ns it situated directly between these two
Cusk-i.    For farther particulars, apply to
a. A. STARK, Agent,
ii Peterborough, B.C.
imperial Bank of Canada
Capital Authorized, $2 500,000
Capital Paid tp ����,lSS.ttOft
Kest - -        1700,000
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T. U. Morritt, \lee i'ros.
Wm, Runway,     T. Suthorlmul St aynor
Robert JallV.-iy, Kluis Rogers,
Wm, Ileiidrie.
Hb,\d Ornum TcmoNTr>.
��� I). If. Wii.kii:. Qonoritl Manager,
K. Hav, Inspector.
lU'nnchcH:
MANITOBA, N. W. T. uud H. C,
n-aml.in, Calgary, Kdmouton,
Oulddiii      Neraon,        Portags hi Prairie,
Prtnoo All-prt,     Kovolstoko,     Btruthconu.
VnuwuvoF,       Winnipeg,
'oxTARrq a. queued.
Essex, PeijirlM, Oath Hamilton, Ingersoll,
IJstotvol, Niagara Falls, Perl Colbournu
Unt 1'urriiKC s.-mlt Sto. Mario, St.
Catharines, Bt. Tltomas, Toronto, Wetland,
Woeustuuk, Mid Montr-bbli '-iuo,
Agents iu <iircat Hritaln:
Lloyd's Btink, Ltd., "i Lombard St,, London
with wtunii uiortoy may bo deposited for
tvmisfor by lettoi' or cahloto any of tlio
abu\u IjrauciitiHi
Ag-entn U. Wnfio-X (States:
NEWYOUK-llnnk of Montreal, Hunk oi
Amarlca.
C'UI''.A(iO-First Nntiouid Bank.
ST. P.UH,- S-njii.l National Bank.
.SAN L'KANCISUO-Wells, Fargo & Co. a
ihiili,
Agents in South Africa*
THE STANDARD  HANK  OF   SOUTH
AFRICA I.IMITF.D.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Interest allowed on dopoaita,
DEBENTUHEfl'.
Provincial, Mnninral ami titbor debontuvcH
piiri-hiiscd.
DRAFTS & LETTERS UV1 CREDIT
Availablo at all points in Canada, United
Kingdom* United Stalosi
J. S. Gibb, Mgr., Golden Branch.
Bodega   Restaurant,
W. BOOKHOUT. Prop,
Moas at any hours.
Fish and Game in season.
Broad,.CaKes, Fruit
and Confactionery
NOTE  AND  COMMENT.
Indeed tho country IS satisfied with
Sir Wilfrid Laurier.
Laurifriu.il prosperity for live years
more. Tupperism Is still a nonnnity,
while Hii-;li Ji.'hii ti iii thu samo box.
Foster is also doomed, having heen
defeated by Hon. Mr. Blair.
A public meeting wUl be held in
Columbia Hall ou Monday evening,
lL'tli ins'., in the Interests of Mr. W.
A. Oallihor, Liberal candidate for tho
const it ui uoy of Yalo-CariboOt when
that gentleman will placo his views
beforo the electorate of this district
Mr. frank Oliver, M.P., who hns just
been re-elected for Alberta, wtll also
he present to speak on behalf of Mr,
Qalliher. N'eedleSB to say a rousing
mooting will ba hold and both the
speakers will ho heard with delight by
every elector hi tho district.
.
^^^^   n sit
^^^^^^ iho rocking chair.    D-jnnls M.nhl,
St Wilfrid Carries tho Coun-1 pessimist,- was well within bis pm
and hti irritation of tbo phono^i
by Billy Wise wns so irno that it
All over the Dominion of Canada
there was joy iti tho ranks of Liberals
on Wednesday night when the result
of tho groat polltlcul contest wns inado
known.   Tlie glorious news woo fiat-h
ed from tho Atlantic tJ the Pacific in
a comparatively short tiino, for by 11
o;cluck the rot urns weru all in and i;
was definitely known that tbo Laurier
Soinothlngof Conservative methodsIadministration had beon sustained by
���nuy  bo judged from  the  followhiB; tjl0 p6oplo by a larffoly Increased  ma-
aem from tho Alberta Sun, a tvplcal t
, ,.,���   .    , . .., f��� -,.,'jority. which will now be somewhere
sheet:   "larto is crazy with fear at p     J-
the threatofieJ loss oi' n Liberal major | In the neighborhood of 50,
Sir Charles Tupper,  leader of the
DOMINION Min: tale of woo was most  realistic, iii    j  do not  very  much  HHe making
li r WftTIAVC  being Impossible to realize tbat >t was contrasts which muy grate oil tho ears
Jiiiiii*UXIV/i^lo [other than a grandmother wbo sat  In uf any of my fvHo.w^countrymen, bu';
bt I do'desire to to cull iho tittOntlSn o'.
^rslftvery man���whether tut be Cdns^rva-
try--Opposition Lcsos Many
Important Soats. i imnnlnod a phonograbb was concoaied | between thn Catind
 ^ *_ behind tho curtnln,
Tupper, Macdonald, Foster and    The mueioiahs fully justified the
Bergeron Suffer Defcat-An ������l1 ^orts which preceded them,
and verv kindly responuca to tho eu*
Inereasea Majority. C0I.M ac(.���,,.,.,; ,���,,,.
* '������  J    A large number remalr
i  took  placo after
'.ivc or whether he be Raforiderp-to
the enormous couiraat  wlikh- cn^sts
f today   and tho "-
Canada of 189V.    At  that time  thr.
iir.ino of Canada waa  very fa .*.i!ir.r-u* '
Eiiglish ears,   At thai time you oo it Id
hardly take up a British newspaper '
without finding tinmeroua allusions to '
ho hop Canada.   From   The  Times   to  Tho- *
ion cert, Daily Despntch there was ono nni ver* *
when Mr. Ullrich and Miss Cole played -U lamontaffdn and noteoi'Uu-.ppciint- '
several selections In their perfect style  mont   nt   the   fearful   exlilblttbh oV
placing tha brigade under groat obliga- corrnptton whioh bad been displayed "
tions to thein. ;-,  tiie Canadian  Parliament in JB8&.'-1
Alba Heywood wlUJiosuro of a full The T'imos told us;'thotTtbo fair fn:me:
house if ho over comas this way again l of  Canada   was   In   danger.    OtjieA '
and ho well deserves R, for bo is the papers  told us that snali :orrnp\i*oti "
. had bopn mado manifest In C-ihiadtj a;a "���
: had not been known in  England  for -
IOU years.   Others .again declared thus
:he   c< rrupti in   rct'e-pled   wai,   li'.:x'
ovorytWng Acierli -.n,  on  .". culossal'"'
s'.ale. Yi.-t, again, others docla'red thafi
I Turn many   Ho.ll   itself   Would  sniel4
prince of entertainer
let ur:i:��s UATiin kknli.v^nt.
Ladies of Canada : ���
Tlie world never saw such nn oxhlb
lion   uf   patriotic   sentiment
n war called forth.
ns
Af.ii
ity   at   tho   coining elections.   Takel
heart, 0, Israel I and wait til! you get)       __1111i^.................^111111111i^.........^111111111111111,^_.
to boll; there you will find every seat I Opposition,  wont  down to Dr. Keu-
hel'l hy a Grit." Tar to evidently took
heart, and In addition nearly every
scat in Q.iehec, where he threateued-to
carry fiu and Rot f>S, so that lie need
nut jut tako the Sun's advice.
dall in Capo Breton.
lion, Mr. Foster met his Waterloo
at lhe hands of Hon. Mr. Blair in St.
| .John, N.B.
I
Hugh John Macdonald failed to oust
Cinalians, Australians and tho raised by Sit
splendid youth of Natal fought Fide aid's adininU
by side with the British lea planters , times In whi
of Ceylon and India. I not a thing t
Australia drinks tho teas of Ceylon : be proud of,
iipamoii
John'Ali
t ration.
���ii to t.t; ;
bat onv (
aud in
and India, whilo Cam
their black tea. Drill
should try their Gi
date lea meruit sots
Iririks  dn
a already
irs of Japan t-
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heSalada Com
ence we conm Inulie w
mn the people of Cam
ii the stencl'i *
t'der Maddon   '
y -.:��� .jo wero
K.ii.Jiin waa
could '*
the bc-fc^
his* Hhac *
oaro'a to
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Now Denver Ledge: Canada is to
havo a mint and tho Vancouver l'rov- j Hon. Sir. Slfton from Brandon,
tnco grows delirious hho,utliig for its Dr Moutaguo and J. G. Ii
erection in that city.   What is the
matter   with    butldinK   It   in   New Ret0" "��? als��snowod mim'
Denver?   This paper waa the lirst to |    And the Conservative party 1
advocate the establishment of a mint
in Canada, uud although years have
Mown it is a pleasure to know thut the
fruits of our work nre about to be
realized.   The Government uill mnke
money  now, and   I trust   they   will
A'^fay3 in St.OC.C.    LuiM tho mint In the Lucerne and next
_       ,    ^T tn my office.    I could always feel rloh
nBSll   DySlerS. by looking in its windows.
even a figurehead left.
Tbe total number oT momhers in a
full House Is 2J3.
Eu fur the rosults arc as follows:���
31
13
Chorries; Red
Currants; Pears
Apples; etc., etc.
White and   Cla
Plu inb
O.itarlo
Quodec
Xova Scotia
Xcw Brunswick   0
P. B. Island i
Manitoba o
Northwest 8
British Columpla 2
puny, tor instance) now sell them entirely on merit. "Middle-of-the-road
men" aro only waiting for supplies.
Wliila "sitting-on-the fence m-ru" nro
waiting to see how tbe eat. will jump.
Ladies of Canada, wa pray :��� on a il
tho British planter. Colonist.
A lady lust a diamond in Kaslo tho
oiler day. SomcHody is likely to find
it, nml tben we may look for n long
[description in Spokane popors about
jibe diamond fields of Kaslo. Long
columns often grow from small paragraphs.- Ertdge,
no in i
a pas.
i find of being
mre a ready
Aiblia innu'
jourunl   ir.
:.' Cunadt
iho namo
, honored,
Canadian
dobfe rioft'
,.* :
am to every man
who ean honestly -ay cuuiB
Extract from speech of Sir
CVrtwrlgbt.
Totals
V2
Tbe NewS'Advertisor claims ;o have
recelvod several letters from cn ployes
of the .C.P.R. to Kootemiy protesting
against sensational statements made
i.i other Vancouver papers n frw dnys
ago, that a huge conspiracy among
Iv j lho employes to rob thu company had
Prunes ,' been discovered While tbe story was
ridiculed in Vancouver, says theKows- {
a^.^.^��� ^w... ---mmmm^Lm        I A ti v ci I iter, il is i*usy to underst unl the ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
atyioyance and resentment felt by the     ��" Saturday evening last Mt. Chris.
We aro prepared to pick, paok and [empldyw at being referred to as oom- Fo,Wt the Labor candidate In the con-
* to defraud tho company, with stltuoncy of Yale-Caridoo belda meet.
ol them havo been con- U^B In Columbia Hall, at which there
uv year.-  There is an-1 Ufts a *"'m'll;,-i nuinper of eleolors. Tho
Foley's Meeting a Slow One.
deliver on  board train   nt   Harrison        .
Station.   Send in your order at  on'tip* ���&
fur your supply  for the season,  audi whicli  many
your orders will boattonded to prompt-' neoted for in
ly at market price.   Address
J. 0. HENDERSON,
Box 73. CI1IWJWACK, B.C.
W. J. Gould,
PHOTOOBAPEB,
Golden, B. C.
] Portraits, Cabinet Heads, a Spcolclty
Views of B. C, ltesidenccs,
First Class Work Guaranteed,
Photos Finished is 3 to 8 Days.
ily speaker was Mr. Pole;
other evil,  besides tbo slur  cast onl
faithful omployooa  of thu company,
wlfich such   raise and reckless state- j
moots are likejy lo cause. That is tbo jtl,e Wbwd Government in many ways
ud mado very little  impression  upon
himself,
and his oratory, although eloquent,
wns far from convincing.    Ho abnsod
injury to tbe  company's   reputatloi
Whiob they do.
i bis audience, who listened patiently to I
Canadian Pacific Railway
"Imperial
Limited "
There Is a growing,tendency on the
part of the prospector to sell bis claim
on its merits ra'her than what he
thinks it may bo worth with develop*
ment. A good surface ubowing does
not necessarily mean a good mint): I
this is for the mina investor to find]
out. Tho stock manipulator will pay!
more for a prospocr, or rather promise!
to pay more, than tho man wbo ia In
legitimate min'i.g, tor iho reason lhat
in ono case the development depends
entirely on ths sale of stock, and in
the other for this purpose comes from
ihe pocket of the Investor. At. the
present time, and fur several previouv,
years, mining tbe public bss leen the
favorite method, bul this idea ti
gradually giving way to tho commercial aspect of the ease and it will be| wai, as wo predicted, a gi
him fcr over two hours.
Mr. Foioy will not receive much en- j
eou raceme tit  nt   the  polls   in   East
I
I Kootenay,   where  tho  Qght  will Lei
mostly a party ono nnd decidedly most!
favorable io the Liberal candid.ite, Mr. I
GnlHher,   who  will,   aa   announced i
elsewhere in this i-.sue,   address tho
electors of this dls:rIot In Columbia
Uill on Monday evening.
We are nut  trying to belittle Mr.
| Foley or his cause, but wo havo no
j hesitation in snyirg that ho will be
i left strictly In the cob! so far as East ���
Kootonay is concerned.
Uavc equipped thernselyes with (he forgers
and most complete stuck of
General Merchandise.
in tlio Wiudermero Minnie Distrtct nnii.-,
making their
Bi! n in m at
iff Bl 803
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PETERBOROUGH,
THE QUICKEST AND BEST]dlffiolllt hescssfter to Ion:i oorapaulon
EQUIPPED  TRAIN   CROSSING THE CONTINENT.
HEYWGOD MONDAY NIGHT.   I
Tht- Haywood oonofri, usssles- tlio
nusplco. of tlio Golden Flm Brlisiudss, __
,0CM, Headquarters tor ;;.n pi
Tiio Columbia Hall  wns  lllled,   Ilio bi'JHK'iieS    Of   ."ilillill.*;
I on a" toutoot hole In tlio Ki-onnd' with | ol"-"���� ""��'n�� out en raa... to en- .j,,,*} PrOSpCCtillg
       I -,�����������,���> ,1... ���*f.\,*.*i nt ��tsn Kitiirartn I
P������l*    VIA THE LAKE
HidliSl ROUTE     *
by tho Steamers
Athabasca,
Alberta,
"i"1 Manitoba.
Sailing fiom Fort William
Tuesday,
Friday,
"���Ml Sunday.
I'or lull particulars apply to thn nearest C. P, tt. Agent, or lo
W. ST1TT,       C. E. McPHBUSON,
A.O.P.A.. (I.V.A.,
"Winnu'eg, \ytnnlpcg
ho issuo of nieaiiitiglL-ss pi-o.-spcctusus,
Onco on a legitimate basis the mining
oourago the offortB of the Brlgaslo.
The programmo rendoresl wan, with-
indsiBtry wiil forKo ahead nnd mako| out'exeeptloii, the best ever preeentod |
British Ctlumbla tho wonder of the
world, and East Kootenay will come
in (or its share of tho Ricat prosperity
that is coming.- Steele Prosi'cctor.
Uncle Sam's Elections.
President McKinley awl Gov. Roost-
volt have carried theft S- presidential
elections, doWttng Biyan and Sloven1
son. Pluralities In several of the
Eactern and Middle States wore reduced, but uot sutVtcieut to lose the
election. If all doubtful States should
go liryiui Me.lvinley will still havo a
suilicteiit number of tho electoral col-
Ingo voto to win.
McKinley bus .M7 snro voles, while
I Bryan 6nly captured ldl>, loavluu til
|io be heard from,
to a Uolden  audience,  overy number] -r ,v��� j.   rnj,j. ���,.j���     .. - j     ��*���    . >,
meriting the enoore whioh-followed.    |LOWeSt Estimates giVOll fcO MllllllK' Moil
coming Into the cpujit^j
,i
... Develop Properti
Alb.i Heywood was a revelation in ���
his various character skctchus and j
held the audience at his will, from his;
tirst deeorlptlon of a country law suit
to his litnil appearance as Billy Wise,
who claimed to he half Irish, owing
to the Irish-heing wits, while ho  -va*-'\ nny ,,
a halfwit.   His personation of tho old  ilaVI112,.     OUF       OWIl       FPAU
lady who hnd fnr sn long worehlppfld' �� w **      a a* ^Xf
without the aid of au organ and his
deltnation of hor emotion while telling
Boats We Defy
COMPETITION.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
CATTLE, HAY AND ( >>
..,*.. ������**���*, Till*, GOLDEN EUA, l**l'II>.\Y. NOT. 9
1 Cap Upholstered
....FURNITURE ii2?
Church Services.
f*r. pavi, s- c;iriHMi or ksolasd.
Services every Sunday at 11 a in. and
7:30 p.m. Celehratioti ot Holy Communion 1st and ttrd Sundays of tho mouth
after Morning L'rayer, nnd on Greater
Fesrivttls aud Holy Dnys at H a.m.. or
as may he announced from theohtiiicel.
Snpday SOhool at 2:30 nm.
rdlally invited to attend
j which you came, there to be kept until
Friday, the lo'th of November, nud
! then  to ho hanged by the neck until
MHS
you are dead. Muy God havo mercy
on yonr soul." His companion In the
crime, nno ther (-hiuamou, died in gaol
while awaiting trial.
Certificate of Improvements.
o:\ UiniHg'-room
uites.
The Latest Styles in Pa**
and Bed-room
Irin Chairs, Window Seats,  Lounges and
Writing- Desks, Fancy Bookers,
Verandah Chairs, &c*
Uitmiiti I h     M-'t**-"l'lJ- ���StA   'llfclssf .1 s��i '.��Iti ti ���>."������*... "J'  ,-f ��� J
L Bar Common Furniture
Mattresses,   Jfillows,   &o.
i Car Shelf Hardware.
1 Car Heavy Hardware
ncluding' everything nocessary for tho
building' and mining' Trade
C   F. YATE6
NO I ICE.
CENTAII! MINEUAI. CLAIM,
Sltiintss in tins Golsleii Mining Divifinn of
l"n*-t Koutessiiy I>isti-ict, !'.<*., sit tlio lib il
ot' l-"ittoo:* Mile (.'reek.
TAKK KUTIUE ilmt I. J,-tiii��a Itrctlv,
��� ,, , SIBOIIS   I'.s-  Mnliuol Diii-.unl,   I*-i-il,  .Minor's
D,*. Tlsos. F. 0 IJ.-iK.-iil. who went to  CwlUi'Sllo Nn   II1000S, iiiteuil, sixtv.tlssva
Vicorin nhout two mois.lis neo. *-lfe.m JS^&S��'liS^1T5S^A-��r^Sr&'ftS^Sai!ae
visitor to Gulden this week,   sspGisslisif** Ifoi- shopstriKstses,f olsiiiinin-ra Crown (jr.-.nt
a ilisy in oui-mi,lst    The ilujto,-   was j
nt 7.
o.i l,i*s ss-ny to Chion.'o,
Utiiiicmlies- thn jiolisicnl meeting on
S itirlnj- Solsbol nns) Bible Oli.-Js is; 3 i Mnl,'1".y evenl'nis.   Ladles lire invited
p.nt. (sharp, jlo lie presmt.
Choir practice every Tlmt.s.lny even*      *v ,���,-,-ns.'sors we��. greal-'y In taimnd
Kev, W. P. TuiiMEh. -Pimlor.    |0,*'   W-JJiiailuy   evening,   ivllen  tl.e
election return-**! were pouting iu.
iTBTUODWf umniuir, |    Doraey Benton, of NVw Denver,  one
every Sunday at 11 a.m.nnd j0f the unfortmiatu KlVieiiiood, rocelvcd
possibly fiidil  injuries  from  Iiro lust
week.    Shu had gone to hnd   i nr: tally
r-USSUVTEltlAN CIIUKClt,
"ce every Sunday nt 7:.!0 p.m.
Servh
7:��0 p.m.
-Sunday Sail to] ni '! p m.
Prayer Meeting on Tuesday nt8 p.m
lie idiovu vliihn.
And further ttiko nollcfi tlmt nc tin, under
Seitioti .'i7, must no ciiitiiiiclU'Od bOJuVo the
Usuiiuca orfiuch Cenifk'itto ul Imt roveineuts.
Dated this let day of August, 11K.0,
JAMES BRADY,
Agent for Manuel D.iintird.
Choir pruoth
i rrihiiy at 7:80p.tn.
ar Choice
Gunned
Groceries
Goods,   &c.
**���{���* *r-*r'"s
���     '-ii.1* " .1
111
*** iAi
5,000
lag's of all sizes for
QUEER'S  BliRTHMY
i*TaiC$rii-��-^^
tfj2*L***l-it\lt'*. .J*-,**.*.. .*, .J..--*. -V.I-.S1-.J,.   .'.     fclflflj
?reen Doors and        dows
to keep out moflqiiltoos.
snuine
Maple  Syrup
from Quebec
W I 'At! PETS.      SQUARES  \ND RUGS OF ALL SIZES. DESIGN &
PRICES.    LACE. CRETONNE. SWISS MUSLIN it SASH CURTAINS.     BRAND NEW BICYCLES, REGULAR CORN
CRACKERS, FOR
PStKBfiT'-T-T^fTi 'T"; "WOTTO
Tm�� i ���-  t *i"-'--'ii ,'i-a��� '��� .js,,-1* *--\f ���i- ���*,'..:.t.-^yi.-i
Go B* ffleDERPOT,
GENERAL   MERCHANT,
Golden,     .C.
irriptoi")     &     Pitts,
WINDERMERE & DONALD,
General Merchant
ifliMsiDliesa5
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tie1 Indies c f Gulden nml Vicinity are
resncotfitlly (nvltotl to ha presotit at
Mr, Ghillllier'.i mooting iu Cul;;uihia
Hill on Sfoiulay jvottlng, Mr. Frank
Oliver, M.l1, for Alberta, will deliver
an address,
Sherlfi Redgrave lias received a letter
front tlio sreretary of the Paris oxfjobl"
tion InfoVnifng him the jury has
awarded Canada for a collective exhibit of minerals, of which his exhibit
of si!�� er ore formed an Important part,
a grand ptizo iMidoma, ami that he is
nil Oiled to receive a copy of tho awfrd.
Mr. lied grave t.lso received a similar
leittr regarding his oxhlhlt of copptr
ore. II. li. Moodio also received notice
to the same effect,
Tho in ns O'Brien, barrister, is paying
f.'algnry a visitor.
Tfuro Is not (inoliier country under
tho snn enjoying as good weather ns
East Kootenay at presortt,
Messrs. \V. McNeish. J. G. Uiloclc
and E Plowright roturiiod Wedne^l iy
evening from a shootlttK expedition to
Splllimacheen and other points up the
Columbia River.
Ono of the most atrocious crimes in
tho history oT Canada, suys the CM-
gury Heuild uf yosterdnt'i was com-
mitted in t lie neigbbni Stood of this
oity last hifjht, aud as a result Jams
S. Hiiggari], a well known farmer
ic��i>ling north or thoJJow Jviver lies
dead, having heen dono to death by at*
assailant whose Identity is utiknoivn,
While on his wny to his hay camp ho
appears to have been (Atnoked and bis
skull bciiteii in with nn uxo,
The R.M S. Empress of Japan hns
h.-okon down, tbe first time on record
-i While Liner bas heen En trouble.
Word was received in Vancovor that t
sbu flow a signal of distrras when off |
C.ipe Ueale, 80 miles ttp tbe coast'
ncrthweit of Vancouver Island from
Victoria. Sho collided with another
ship off Cape Flattery.
With Its issue of November!) tie
Army and Navy thiKet-e, London, W
C, Euglnml, published a colored plate
showing types of Iho Canadian army.
Representatives of no lens than nine
regimoitts are given in the picture, in-
eluding the Royal Canadian Ro-rhnent,
N. W. M. Police, Royal Canadian
Dragoons, a gunner in the piotnrosque
dressed nnd fnllon asleep with a Ilghie8
cigarette in her hand The lire from I
this ignited the bedding ami before tl.e
sleeper was awakened ber clothing w. s
on firo, am) she now lies in a preeuri-'
ous condition,
D.to paper in Sorvla has bad sixteen
editors (luting iho List two years, nnd
llftoon of them are In jiil Uv com men t-.
ing too Ireely about the Coio nmont. '
This kind would receive a welcome In j
British C'ulutubiu,
The Slocan Drill says a vote fpr
Foley means a vote for Government
ownership of railways, while the
Nelson Tribuno remarks that tbo
Government had better begin at something smaller than owning till tbe
railroads in Canada ami mentions all
telegraph systems as an Instance,
All a fellow bas to do to run a newspaper, remarks tho Rossland Miner, is
to he uhlo to write a poem, praise
Jones' new house nntpiio n baseball
game, report a wedding, beats lawyer,
saw wood, describe a fi.o so that
people would shed their wraps, tnnko
one dollar do tho work of ten, shine
nt n circus, address country fairs, test
whiskey, abuse the liquor habit, measure cal'oo, subscribe to charity, go
without meals, attract politicians, do
fend Ihe national platforms, sneer nt
snobbery, WG.tr diamonds, invest advert [semen ts, overlook scandal, praise
babies, delight the pumpkin raisors.
hoiil the sick, tight to a finish, pit bl Ith
resolutions freo of charge, speak at
prayer meet Ing and stand in with
everybody and everything.
asBas
Tenders for Eiff Eddy Mill Site
at Revelstoke, B. C.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the uteler-sigtied ami marked on the
puvelOp-3 "Tender for Rig Eddy Mill
Site," will b�� received at this Department until uoon of Monday, ibeJJrd of
December, 11)00, foreettnin land-known
as the Utg Eddy Mill Silo, on the
Columbia River, opi-oMte Revelstoke,
11,0., numb'-red on It plan cf survey
prepared by J. L-'. Garden, as lo's 1. '2, *i
and -1, I'.ing in sections US nnd '*!'&> in
Township M'd, H.tngo 2, West of tho
Oth   Meridian.
Tbe lots will be disposed of in one
block only, comprising the whole foar
lots, and tbe tenders must state tbe
bonus w hfob the person tendering
offer.-' iu nlitiou to tbo upset price of
$.'i per lit re.
Eaoh tender mtist ho accompanied hy
nn accept! rl cheque on a chartered bank
iu favor or tbo Deputy Minister of tbe
Interior, for the amount of tho
wbicb the applicant is prepared to ptt
for thehiud.
The highest or nny lendtir will not
uece-Siirily Ui accepted.
No lender by telegraph will bo eu-
tortafued.
PKIiLDV G. KeVKH,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, October a, 1000.
J. C. TOM & CO.,
Merchant Tailors.
We havo recently added to our Tailoring
Establishment a full line of ,��
:-: Gents' Furnishings,
Tlio Finest in Town
Clothes Cleaned and Repaired on .Shortest
Possible Notice.
m
Buincss   and Residential Lots For Sale.
Blocks for Investors.
Now is the Time lo Buy.
Moderate Prices & Easy Terms of Payment.
nnn-isvtjuijijuiiuini'.nftnnrinn,
I Shorey's
I Clare Serge Suits
nnp
Tondors fur a fjfeenao to Cut Timber
an Domltilo.., I.:imln In thr Din-,
trlct of Alberta, N.tV.r.
winter   kit   of   tbo  Royal Canadian
���Wnvvn going northward via Canoe river route will Artillery, loth Orenadiera and others,
i ;i lai'M'o saving' and convenience to pro-euro theiiyriio coloring ami grouping of the
tea a
t Donald.
Sole Agents For
Canton  Steel Company,
Golden    *t
pictures aro very striking, and the
plalu forms a remarkable reminder of
I tho splendid troops of tho Dominion
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
Ihe undi'i-figtediind unit ked on tbo en
vt-lni-Q "Tender lor Timber Berth No
92., ' o bo opened on tho Twenty-four: h
day of U'cemhcr next, will de received
at this Department until noon on Mon
diiy.tht' Twenty-fourth day of Decern*
lip-, innO. for a license to out timber on
Berth N��>- flSfJ, comprising 2'i.M7square
miles in the nhove di��tiiot. and formerly known as /riuib.r Leith oiOA 0,
and V .
lilork "0" is shunted on tbo Bow
river in .nhout tbo centre of Township
.'JO. llaiigo 17, and comniiis Recording
to survey* an urea of D IJ7 square hillas
moro or tiet.
Bloch '���?���' Is situated in nl out Town
ships 81 nnd I12. tan^e 18, all West of
the 5th Meridian, nrd fans North-
Wfiterlv from a lako which Is thp
source of Bow river, 'o ��� i boat H mi' s
| hy about 2}ml]es iu width, pxcludhig
tber.'from tbe South half of section 20.
[-Township 81 range IS. ni;dcontains an
! nren of 17 50 sq'tiire miles, inn re or |pj s
Tbo reghhtlioi s under which a license
Made of
I'ast Blue
Serge
20 oz. to
tlie yard.
] Not made
to order
5 but made
!   to fit.
5 Sold only by
S     tlie best
5    Clothing
tj   dealers for
2.
GOLDEN is tho key tq the Upper Columbia Valley
the haul of navigv.tion on tlio Columbia Kiver, and tho
centre of an extensive stock-raising' and ranching'' country, extending' from the headwaters of the Columbia River
bonus in the south to Tote Jaune Cache in the north.'
The important mineral discoveries recently made in
the Oolden and Windermere districts, tog-ether with the
fact that trar.sporl.'ition is now assured at an early date
by a railway running tho length of the Columbia and
Kootenay Valleys, from Oolden to Cranbrook, ensure great
activity in tho mining camps of North East Kootenay.
Negotiations are also proceeding, which will ensure tlie
operation of the Golden Smelter within the next few
months.
TKE GOLDEN TOWNSITE noi offered forms
the only land available for the extension of the building
area.
Present prices are favorable to investors, who will
find it to their interest to purchase before a further rise
takes placo.
Plans may be seen and prices and terms obtained on
application to ..
No salo of lots is valid until purchaser receives agreement for sale signed by Townsite Trustees.
II. B. Alexander, Trustee, Sandon,
 _H. G. Parson, Merchant,
P. A. Desormeau,
.   .   .   Tailor.
Golden, B.C,
Kotstls Sl.l.* Klfklii-r Bono Itlver.
Tailors' price for the same
Coods $20.00.
Windermere
Mining
Divisions.
i al Windermere for California _\ M Powder Co
THE
which rendered sach siffnal service to j will be Issued may be obtained it this
the fight fur thoihiK in Month Af.i-a.   llto|inrtm��!itoriu thereof the Crown
.Timber Agent al Culjtr y.
Hip Lack, tbo Chinaman who lust     E-u.|, Tender must be accompnnieti
summer killul Chief of Police Main, of el hy an accepted ch q >e on a cbntto-
TWinlrl IS'.eveston, pleaded cullty nt Vancouver e,> lin,,k in flV'01' of [|,u Deputy of tbe
JM"UU| i  ,i    ���   i .      i Minister of tlm Interior, f.rt.-i nmottt
assies and l ojttdco pronounced us    *!     , ,. , ..        ,.       ��'��""'
... , ,    , oi tno bonus which the apt lieaui Is pic-
follows:    "ion havo pleaded guilty lo  |mrwi ,0 |)ny fo,. n ]\mi8li.
having oommi'ted nuirder.    Wheu a     Nu tendor by telegraph wi 1 be enter-
inan ouiriiiiit'i nuirdi r in  this eoun'ry , tniucd.
there is only uno punishment: that is PERLEY 0. KEYES,
S.cretary,
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, 21th October. 1000.
L/t/innnnjiruu*auuinAAruinj^
uvfi
UEEN'S    HOTEL,
inrtcra for Commerciul
-ainplc Rooms,    linggiigc
Uot and Cold
Choice
Mi'ii.    Two Commodioui
i Transferred Free*
UiUlis.
Vines, Liquors & Cigar-
slenlh.    'I'lse at'iilenco of this court is
that you  be tiiltost to the placo from
POIiITICAIi
per day.
J.   C.   Greene, Proprietor
lalmer House,
Athalmer, B. C,
F.   DARGIS,   PROP,
class accommodation for Travellers,
Prospectors and Mining: Men.
i and Pack Horses Supplied.
C. Assay & Chemical Supply Co, Ltd.
(LatoMACl'AljLANEftl-'o.)
Vancouver.      -     B��G.
*  .   ���- ��n.i .Hiwt imnnrN-Tg and'rnrryfl large stock of Uahwee*,
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24P��et3 t Weekly t Dlttttratcst
INDISPENSABLE
TO MINING MEN.
W PER YEAR, POSTPAID.
SiS-,'1) FOSS HAMPLE COPY.
MINING ��< Scientific PRESS
131KAXIZI ir., SAU F��AHCISC0. CAl.
Harvey, MeCartor & Pinkham,
ISarrl.tos-a, Sn.'lcltorn, Ae.
V.EO. S. MoCARTER,        J. A. HARVEY,
liovelaloko, B.O. Furt Sleulo, U.O.
A. M. PINKHAM,
Ruossis, Alesiiisslsir Ulot-1;. (tiiMen R. 0.
Hull Bros. & Co.
Wholesale & I'utnil
Butchers.
Cattle, Slscoii ami Horso Deislera.
OOLDEN, B.O.
!Jas Bradt, D.L.8., & P.L.&
Mining: Engineer,
M. Am'n. Jssst. ME.
A^ent for ohttiiniiii; Cross-is Grant., doing
anniiiil lUssBssfltiidai work, ete,   Addrctss s
GOLDEN, B.C.
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sjs.t'.er*se��t Uoekor'a Sons
CHliilsJirs-.eisiiil fi" iwtli'tillin on spplicntlon,
in Columbia Hall on Monday
Evening, November 12th.
Addresses by Mr. Galliher,
and Frank Oliver, M.P.
All are cordially invited
Front Seats reserved for
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Mountain X.ail go, K��, tl. A, F._ &
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doeond Momiiiy in every month.
& joiirnititf litethren eonliitlly lu-
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tv rs. W. M.
'ARSON, K��rot��ry.
I. o. 0. P.
Hocky Mountidn I.ikIk" no. IM inoetn in
Oddfelluwn Hnll, Golden, every Wednesday
at H n.iii.   Sojourning brethren welcome.
C. PEAKCE, N.O. J T, WOOD, Hnc.
NDT CHEAPEH
Coffins and
Caskets.
Puncpul lloliea rs( nil kinsla.
Olslora iii-ollljitly ttttensleil to.
W. L. Houston,
Golden,  B.C.
The H. B. A. VOGEL
Commerclnl College,
Box  347.  Vanrcnvcr,  It. C,
Tlsorougls instruction in business"!
metliods, Book Iteejiingr, (wo use no
textbooks, but sio Actual bueineu)
Shoi-tlintisl ami Typewriting. "Wejir.-
pare for exnniinAtioua.
PATENTS GUARANTEED
Our fee returned if we faiL Any one sending
sketch nud description of any invention will
promptly receive our opinion free concerning
the patentability of annie. "How-to Ot-lain a
Patent" scut upon rerjueit. 1'atente seemed
tliroiigh us advertised for ��nle at our expense.
I'utcuts taken out tlirotlgH us receive Ipceiat
tlotM, without charge, i:i Tub Patent Racnitii,
an illustrated oiul widely circulated JotiroiT
consulted hy Mmitifariurera and Investors.
Send for sample copy mil.   Addtofla,
VICTOR J. CVAN8 A 00.      ,^d'
{Patent Attorney t,) '3 ���*������
Evans Bulldins, Washington, o. c.
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ORNAMENTAL IXtiliJLO
KirODODENDIlONS, ROSES,
fancy evembeens,
MAGNOLIAS. BULBS, now ciop of
LAWN 0RA8S SEED, ETC.,
Spring* plrtntiii-*-*.     Lorgfat  ind
iat   complete   mock    in   Western
nadfi.    Cull antl nsnlte your iseleii.
lions or setisl tor catalogue.     AsHresi
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Builder & Contractor,
GOLDEN, B.C.
A auppl-s* of Uuildissfr Time for Side.
.ufa prepared.  Prompt i-ltciitiou -cis-ess to
orders,.
VOL. X  NO. 16
GOLDEN   B.C., FRIDAY, NOV/i", 1900
Thomas O'Brien,
Barrister, Solicitor.
Notary Publib.Conveyanoer, ete
Office iu Upper Cdlssnilsi,-i Masnjrfltloa and
'      Trasusay Cosnt'smy', ils-iMh:,-,
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tlie VTarelipusis,
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H. G. Parson,
General Merchant,
Aexarjder Block
If You want a Good Fit in
Ready-lade CLOTHE,
call at Warren's.
The Finest Eange of Cloth
ing ever shown in Golden at
C.     A.     WARREN'S.
Upper Columbia
^Navigation & Tramway Co.
f (LIMITED)
& International Transportation Co.
Connecting with C.P.R. at Golden, B.C.
' Direct Houte to Peterborough, Athalmer, Windermere and
f Surrounding* Mining Distriot.
STEAMERS LEAVE GOLDEN TUESDAY AND i'HIDAY AT i A.M.
t THE ONLY Q0ICK AND COMFORTABLE ROUTE.
Conalfsnera will tit) charged with all way freight between Golden
and Windermere, at whleh  point a Company's agent will be
I itatloned
All freight nnd charges on goods to Windormera and points beyond will havo to bo paid to tho Company's agent at Witider-
msra before doll very ol goods,
C    H.   PARSON    Manager.
Peterborough
 WEST,
The great mineral di-scoves-iea that have been made In the Upper
Country have attracted attention from rill parts of the world and
tosflay there is no morefnsriili'irly known section than that which
filsilms PETERBOROUGH, B. C, as its Centre. Direct com-
jnunioation per steamers with Golden and the outside world arid
thickly settled In all directions, PETERBOROUGH ia tha key
to the wonderful Toby and Horso Thief* properties now being
extensively developed, as it situated directly between theso two
Creeks.   For further particulars,' apply* to
G. A. STARE, Agent,
Peterborough, B.C.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Capital Authorized, $2,500,000
Capital l��nid Up *��,!.��**,��<Ki
Stout - -        1,700,000
Directors.
1?. S. Ilowl.nal,       -       President.
Tj R. Morrill, ���        Vli'U'Prts.
Wm. Ufluisay,     T. Sutlierlunri StHvni>r
Hubert JatVmy, Elias Krtgor.1,
Win. Houdrio.
Heap Omu&i TnHovri.
IJ. 1!. Wii.kii:. General Manager,
I'.. Hav, Iiwpector.
Kwniehrw:
'MANITOBA. N- W. f. awl IV C.
HriiMrion, Calgary, "Edmonton,
Oiifiiou.      Nelson,       Portage in Prairie-
Vtl'ti.e Alliorti     ttovolstoko,     .Striitbcona
Vancouver,        Winnipeg,'
ONTAHK) * (JUEBKC
K-ibpx, Forgiw, Gall, Hamilton, Inacnicll,
laintinvel, Ni.ifjara Kalin, Port CiiHwurne
Rat Ptiriago, Srtult Ste. Maris, St.
Catherine*, St. Tkoniaa, Toronto; Wellaad,
Woedfitoi'k, ittnl Montreal, 'j;;o.
Afco.nt* In iw-reht Britain:
MoydXpimk, Ltd., Ti Lombard St., Loudon
witli iv[iom moifoy may lit-1 depositod tor
trawrfor by loiter or cable to <nny of tlie
abo*.'** branches.
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tfEBENTUnES.
Provincial, Municipal and othor debenture*
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DRAFTS & LETTERS OF CREDIT
Available at alt -points in Canada; United
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J. S. Gibb, Mgr., Golden Branch.
Bodega   Restaurant,
W. BOGKH0-UT. Trop.
Meas at any hours.
Fish and Game In season.
Bread, CaKes, Fruit
and Confectionery
Awaya in Stock.
Fresh Oyslers.
NOTE  AND  COMMENT.
HOX. Mil. \pLLS.
It mnst he gratlEylug to tho supporters and friends o{ ^lio Hon. W, C.
Wells to see thcEplondid way in which
tie tins justilied theil' cciifiileucD. all
ready he has flllod wltlt credit tu liitn
self, to the constituency of -Kortli Ec'sl
ICootenny whicli ho representh, and to
the Province at Inrse the onerous dyties
of Ml lister of Public Works in the
Dunsinufi' Cubinet.lt is now.'ttinouiiced
that ho is to bo appoin e.l Minister of
Finance, tho most reflponsiblu position
in tho cabinet. His placo ns Minister
of Puhllc WoiLs will be taken by Capt
T.itlew of Vaiicoiivc'r, as ttioHoi). J.H
Turner is lcuving1 the Cabinet. Wo nro
certain thnt the Hon. Mr. Wolfe will
fulfil the du ies of his new offioj Iu nn
able manner, and we believe, that the
Provincial Treasury of Britisli Colum
bia is now about to bo planed in the
bunds of tho ablest man who has yot
handled tho public finances of tlio
Province.
AU who availed themselves of the
opportunity of hearing Mr. Gaililief,
Liberal candidate in Yalo-Cariboo, on different requirements of tho constitu
Monday evening lust wiil not, wo ven-
turn to any, have any doubt iu their
THE FIRST GUN.
Mr Galliher Speaks to a Large |
Crowci-Fi*ank Oliver Holds
His Audience.
ub uloned only after a display of des-,���
gsrate valor. Smitli-Dorrieti's fi ihting ���
���x th Doers uearBelfnst.tasted -IS hours
A largo and enthtiftlastlo crowd
greeted Mr. W. A. Ca^liiier iu Golden
on Monday evening, wheu the Liberal
eandidate addressed tho elborors of tho
district briefly but emphatically. Ke
introduced hlmsolf in a f~v-r words and
then proneodol to outline tho pdlicy of ors.ThlS mny b
tho Uouiinion Qovernninnt, which lie)''
wis prbparod to follow, Ho referred |��
to ilio labor qncstioii, saying that in
his opinion tha Labor party should
HLippt.r: the Government iu this Bghl
insteaiJ cf opposing it- Ho was hint-
self a frisft'd'of labor, and ho thought
tho Government Lad done all thoy
could reasonably he ox pealed ���*��� do for
'ho DOttertnetlt of that iir. port ant
branch of (he electorate sine*? it came
into power. He dwelt at some length
on the ChfnOse and Japanese question,
and said ho. wati in favor of entirely
excluding them from llie country. Mr.
Gallifier spoke straight from tin:
shoulder nnd there was no inisundor
standing   him.    Ha   spoke    of   tl.e
voters,
LJndcr the now systorii tTio block, or
parallelogcatifs are still left, but they
arid his rear guard weie only saved by I are placed au inch apart and between
a brilliant dcfoiicr, conducted by the each pair Is sot the name ofa'cnndld*
Can-adlun Dragoons, whose gallantry atf, in othor words the names of lie'
vied witVtho valor dlaplnyol by ihe candidates are separated by tho blocks
Canadfa.n Ocntln^ent at. Paordelwr*?. refertstf* to. To Wgnify his intensioii.'
Tho Boor^ were heavily relnfdrced iu : all that the voter i,.u t.-, do i; to \dnte
these operations and not only hhng thebrossanywherooppoFltetoritentftnt
perslstontly upon iho rear aud flank of jv his eho'c. Ir. ti thought Lhat t'hfli
the British ccUimn but even charnod method will keep many a ballot which,'*
on their horses i.i front nt closo quart- under the diso sysrom would prooably"
tho courage of despair, have to h. rejectud.
t it commands ifl'pcot, Tho Boers Thoro is another^oiat to which tlio
o losing men doy by day but now returning oflicer catlod attention nni
ey-oro brul.cn up into small bands tlmt la the-freedbra of tbo voter tb vc'tS
trait
.ipy
wit.: *ut artiller*v
have marked facilities for carrying ot, j
guerilla warfare and arc persistent in }
Iteeplngup a hopeless struggle. While
they carry littla fool with them every
farm ia a. store-house for their, whtfre
iliey can obtain unpplies and ho.t-os.
A BIG STfilKS
On tho PapRdi;-!-3 Grt
CreeX Windermer
Mr,
e District.
mind as to the result of tbo coming
election, wbieh takes placo December
G, Mr. Galliher spoke clearly and to
tho point, and won the admiration of
Liberals and Conservatives alike. His
remarks were beard with the greatest
attention and wero brought out with
convincing arguments.
ency and paid that if elected ho would
leavo t;o stone unturned in his lUity
towards his constituency. Ii had
been said that beforo nomination d.iy
be Intended to withdraw, but thia was
���L K. Griffith Gold Ccmuidsio-
ner, who returned from Winderm'ero a
few days ago, states that as bo was
leaving for Gol 1cm, news came in from
Lho Paradise mine, fchnatod 'in Spring
Creek, a tributary of Toby Croek, that
a strike of six feet of solid ore had boen
made on that property. While lha ic
FRUIT
Cherries; Red, White and Clack
Currants; . Pears ; Plums; Prunes,
Apples; etc., etc.
Hon. George Useless Poster cannot
apparently find words enough iu the
English language with which to denounce L-aUrior and his Governmont.
Mr. Postor, like bis leaders, in stiil
telling binuujf ghost stories nhout the
shades of Conservative victory, does
not ovon beliovi tbat he bas been
turned dowu by thu pcoplt, not.vith-
atnuding tbt) faot that bo had the C.P.
ft; at hia back. Thrown utterly into
oblivion, yot \ih eoandalizns those who
have received tbo country's consent in
tbo management of affairs.
uot so; ba was in the field to stay and ,,0rt is not absolutely confirmed   thore
ho was going to win. | 8eBm8 ll0 dottlit thai a sti-i!,-:.   vt great
[inpirtanco bas hejn made on the prop
Mean and contemptible beyond roea*
pure, says the Vancouver "World, ti
the spirit amongst our Conservative
friends in their hostility to our fellow
citizens in Qtu-boc for the splendid
Bupport extended by tbem to the
Liberal Government, under tbo Pre-
niierebip of Sir Wilfrid Laurier. They
Wo are propnrc-1 to pick; pack ond!e'onvcnlcutly fcrget that their party
Mr. Frank Oliver, MP.., Alberta,
speke for ovor uu hour in defenr.--; of
the Government policy and scored the
Conservatives and their tactics in endeavoring to bulldoso the electorate; be
quoted ths Statutes to show where
the Conservatives bad invariably done
nothing to%v��i*i3a Improving ntvmproutp
depressions and yet claimed credit for
every successful turn the Liberals bud
made.
Mr. F. J. Deane speko briefly asking that the electors consider tha ftfet
.that it was useless to send any mnn
to Gltf{wa   opposing the Government
and   hoped   lhat they would see tii
In   llie   same   light
return   Air.   Galiihoi
candidate, to Ottawa.
erty. There are new bovoud question
COO tons of oro available hi shipment.
' We confia-atulute Mr. K. ll. Brnce on
ny'where within !;:s riding.
Tha Song* cf Peace.
The strains ct "Home,sweet Home,-?,
layed hy the ban 1 of tho flagsj:ip Cre-
| scent fill-d the deepest, most llgniffe*
, ant moment In the welcome tc Cauad*,%
; volunteers at IL'.'.'.'.ix.
'��� It must harfebeehfino���"f1;8dramatic
j hush ufter the noise ofcheors, 11, e **..!.���������*'������
chlng of whistles, iho clans of NIs,'
-the thunder or crfnnca���and then ll:*8
S mg of Home.
V. nr Is of tbe earth earthly, ar,cl >���*��������$
it has the effect cf
[attributes of valour apt\ f   :'������'���
was rfght  thnt  II
herself in martial |
the heroes b.iflt'
Tbo boys were soldiers of. the Queen,
and why should not the Queen,s'sliips
; be dressed, the Queen's subjects chesfj
| and lhe Qneen'-rfcnnrfon rOar in lhe Lour
' of their home coming? They w.vo ���.-.���.ore
than Quuff-n's soidiera���they wtre Mot-
Isclosme
heaveni
ifait   :���!
onVl  sic-
noply t
- welocst"?
on the success of his operatfans on the hers' sons, nud t'ao tnctb'er heart off
Paradise,   which   pron\iseb to be t\a\ Canada  went  out  in  that  tnokk o(
Salvation of North   E.itt    Kootenay  "Home, Sweet Homo.1!
from ttnjlnlng'pplnt of view. |    The song of Peace wan not loudet
War, The rdar o: cfinriin spc.fcs t'o the
liays of Somh Africa iiq bb;
WINDERMERE  DISTRICT.
Hy!
TRADE.
Synopsis of Recent Meetings
Held.
The Windc-emere district is
being developed, and tbo coming year
will Le a vrry busy ono in tho mining
circles. A number of propt-rlleq will he
ho did nml|"-orkcdd.iringthe winter
the Libornl I'oadnp Toby creBk is well under construction and will be completed at ah
early ivy. Cnpt Armstrong bus a contract to handle the or��. from th:.' Warn-
'Use group, tiio rate par tor. frotn 'thn
mine to Golden will be "57.
The ParadJSo group work all winter.
Manager Bruce fray a thai he 1ms 2.C0Q
torts cf ore, sacked aud ready for fihlp-
i m&it.
Bhed
battlefields which bn Uft behind
cfc
thunder clou'
, , : i red joye. and
the st-stgh i      ,      '
( with though!
Toronto Tele;
id Canada
deliver on  board  tra-fri   at   Harrison I
��Vution.   Send in your order at once!
for your supply for the season, and j
your orders will be attended to promptly at market price.    Address
J. 0. HENDERSON,
Box 7t). CHILLI WACK, B.C.
TEI��TT-!HjI-fgTEA8. jT J\JTl3u|
24 Fata , "Tetldy i Ul-Jatntixl.
INDISPENSABLE
"TOMIPflNGMEN.
p PER YEAR. POSTPAia
iss.*ni nu aAUps.1 oorr.
HUNING����stotiflc>RESS
330 lUUBT ST., IAH rZl~��$CQt CAL
for mnny years wore kept in power by
the vote and influence of the French-
Canadians, Further, if these people
had forgotten tho allegiance thoy owed
tho Liberal party nnd gone over to the
Conservatives or Tupperites, thoy
would havo beon lauded to the skies-
lertl-as are
tio  work
A large
are gottln
ii limber
; in sup
Canadian Pacific Railway
<���? Imperial
Limited"
THE QUICKEST ASP BEST
EQl"IJ?PED TBAlti .CROSSING THE CONTINENT.
T?����af    VIA THEU KB
liy th. Steamers
Athabasca,
Alberta,
?��* Manitoba.   ,
Sailing from Fort William
Tuesday,
Friday,
���nd -Sunday.
For full particulars apply to tha nearest C. P. fi. Agent, or to
W. STITT,
A.0.P.A.,
.Winnipeg,
E. McPHERSO'N,
G.P.A.,
'Winnipeg
"Put not your trust in Princes" nre
good words which Hon. GeorgeE. Foster will recall in this hour, when he
remember? thnt he depended on the
good old C. P. ft. to pull him through
in St. John.K. II.���Toronto Telegram.
There Is n too pre val ant custom nm-
ong prospectors and claim holders of exaggerating the richness of their.properties wben offering them for Kale. They
in rarably select the richest piece of rock
thej can lay their handa on, and produce it as an average sample. In like
manner, wben thoy (ret nn assay,  thej0f
spocimeens aro ro carefully picked) and
as a result the returns are suspiciously
high lu tbe eyes of a would-be pnrchn-
for, Heneo he will tako nothing for
granted, arid whon at last ho is induced to visit tbe property, he finds that
it is not ns represented. If a man on the
look-out for a good thing is thus deceived.a few times, the description is
likely to givo the district a black-eye.
Tho bad habit to which we havo alluded is happily being forced out, as
now-a days a man will seldom go to inspect oro of these suspiciously rich proportions unless upon the distinct nndei-
standing that his expenses will be paid
if the property dees not provo to be as
represented. Such an arrangement is
calculated to minimize that tendency to
exaggeration and misrepresentation unfortunately so prevalent,���Tho Nclsou
Kcononiist.
Considerable discussion  took   place
at yesterday's iDfeetfng of tho Golden
i Board of Trade over a resolu-1 Tlt0 Macdonald creek pV
I tion pascod by tbo Vancouver Board M��N doveloped, and will
'of Trade protesting against the title during tbo win tar.
under which  tho Victoiia   Board is     TheSllvorB^lt��rot;p,  will also be
known, namely tho British  Columbia j come a producer and fihipupr, it is alsi
Board of Trudo.   It was ngrced   io'expected that contracts will he let  fo,
heartily endorse tho notion taken by  transportation of oro to Goldeu.
the Vancouver Board aud point out to
the Victoria Board that the time hus
arrived  when   its designation should
be localized.
It was alfij resolved that each c.indi.
date now running this district should
be  oaked   to   support   any equitable
bankruptcy bill which may be intre.
duced   at   the   next   cession   of   the
Dominion Parliament, ng suggested ill
the resolution of tho \ anoouver Board,
U whs further resolved that Hon.
W. C,  Wulls  be ccininuuicatcd  with
directing his attention to the fact tbat
Hon. Mr. Turto,   Minister of   Public
Works,   wiii shortly ho in Victoria;
thnt he take advantage of the oppor,
tunity offered by going into the matter
tha   appropriation   iu   connection  Ie
development seem
cd i\ i:n a determ
properties in ibat
speut iou or, scon i
dies, c..i.] an area of
to prevail, combin-
.ation  to havo thel11^?1*?1**'
section ready for in
* pcssible.
Gci)i*.iy3 F.atisorism
Ladles of Canada:
WhiJoo|atosmoii aud politician? avgha
tho Zollvereln and differential tmd;
within the EinpiVa^whtSh they wi'! do
while jaw displaces comm ins'i&ftss;! ce:-*
tie thiS tnafcr fcr youVselvc**).
Vour brother colonists of CV>ion \.\Q
India nro growers of pure teas* 'l.-:.^*
aud Green. Canadian and umii-.I tftaieS
impo-j'ters suj jjly you with }j 'l-CO.j!"..'-.'
pounds annually oEJnpan teas, yot ih<;*'
ktiow JnjianA Avi arilB i u I Iy ���*:v'orcli
nntl adulterated. Let tl,6 knn;v!;d,,:.': ol
these faots and tho aentimentttf-patrp-
tic sisterhood move von to help the Btf*
British-grown Black Tt
Cauadian morkr-t, Drink*
Wa shcu
ti.:
ONE
GOOD   TORN    DESERVES
ANOTHER. '
all t
lindies of Canada- i
Great Britain takes nearly
pc-ited  produce if Cauada.  Kngfish
���Scotch and Irish boys produce iho teu
of Qeylen and India.
Canada consumes 11.CO0-QOO pcutifi
on the mark
will appro vt
Insist. Ladle
want. Remo
\p
-\t\phn
tho Creeps now ccmiur;
und your dainty palate^
them.
of colored and dnctorod Jftpftn Green   now 0,jlfl,ni
Teas. Green teas of pure, natural green  nmmmmmimei_
your grocer,s excuse)}) hnt
i can always got what t Iny
r.ber how ydo fan your
well do they thinjjil I\ira-
i[\-:'i 'li.vy ���?:..���.,:i\y -frill If ynu yon
j girt thom Ceylon tr.A Indian GTeej ton!
I Blue Ribbon and Salnda j ackets arb
I now obtainable. Colonist.
are brim; introduced from Ceylon
For Sale,
Team of Draught Horses, weight about 1250
pounds.  For further particulars apply to   ���
J. A. KIRK,
Mgr. Dtr. Kootenay Land and Exploration
Co-, Limited, Peterborough, B.C,
with the necessary Improvements to land India. Thoy aro now on snlo with
the banks of tho Kicking Horse Rivor' nil live Grocers. Statesmen sen ob*iao-
for the purpose of protecting Golden les to preferential trade within ihuEin-
from the danger of a flood, and thnt it p;re. Vou ladle-stun sweep aside nil obis   necessary   this   work   should    bo, ntruction.
coin men cud forthwith. | Briny patriot senilmcnt on your hr nk-
The advisability of joining tho B.C. !fi3t tnbU'. Your grpefeP will got these
Forestry Association was also gone pure teas if you only insist.
into and discussed at length, the; Tho Saladft Tea Company havo placed
primary objects of which arc to j them in hundreds of stores,nntl Blue
advocato aid encourago julicioim Ribbon ti ki-.o obtaiuahlo.
method of dealing with our forouts j Many other leading firms havo ship-
and woodlands; to awaken public'monts coming. Qnly Inggards nwt.l
Interest to tho sad resiiltdattendiuglbi the jumping of the cn:. Colonist
wholesale destruction of forosts -ns
shown by experience of older countries
��� in the deterioration cf the climate,
diminution of fertility, drying up of
rivers and streams, etc.
t---^r-.*:^
Imppovod Sallois.
Forty-eight Hours' Fighting:.
B.J. &IoDi-uald}tlio returning offlc r,
States that an improvement has been
iunde in the tew ballots which aro to
bo used at lho forthcoming election,
says the ltosslaud Mh;cr. On tiie old
New York, Nov. 12 ���In a despatch j billot, against the name of eaoh oandl-
from London , Mr. Ford cabliug the date which was printed within a block
New York Tribune regarding lhe South block, was left it circular disc on which
Africa eayt*: Fresh details of tbe en* !u cross-had to bs placed, U the cjoss
gageniMt in the Transvaal how that was not placed within lhe di;:,-," nltho
tho Boers aro lighting with remarkable ugh opposite to the nani'a of il.o candf-
courago and energy: DeweOs battle rtate, the bnllot wns>often thrown out.
wtth Legal I is and Belislo was most nlthnnch i!i(,rc woul Iscmto hcoi' -
stubbornly contested, and tho guns were sonnWe doubt aB tc lho intention of th,
EXAWIXATIO^   0 F    ASSA*fEU4
F0I1 LICENCE TO PRACTICE :
in BRrnsa coluubu.'
Notice i.; im by givtn li.ar. i,i rc-
oordsneo with section 12 of Bur en oj
Mines Act,'' a special examination for
efficiency iu the practice of jir-ii.iyinfc
will be held hi the oity t.f N.Cscu, on
l).'Cs**i:.i'^r Brd, and such Following d.iyfe
ns r'.ay be found necessary.
DfiiHl'fl of such examination may ho
found iu the lb CCi'iA4ta-on file ;.-*"���.
6nr.li G'lvr ruiiiffnt office, ��� *
Intending oandidattsshould make application for (,'cii pxhmlnntlon 10 dnys
in advance to,the Provincial Assa ver;
Secretary of Boni-d of Btiiminftt's, Victoria. Such npplicati*n to be atccmp'-
nrilpd wi: h tl-,p fee of -���; HI.
'      RICH AH!.: liuBRIDE,
Mi:ii3ter of Mines.
P'tnrtment of Miiuiii.
V 6 i ria, B C\ 5iji Npvoinhsr. I9G0,
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1 Bar Common Furniture
Mattresses,   Pillows,   &c.
1 Car Shelf Hardware.
1 Car Heavy Hardware
Including everything necessary foi* t3ie
building and mining Trade
1 Car Choice Groceries
Canned  Goods,   &c.
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..)x&^ic*j&.':.,.-:Ai*i*r^..*,S::'*?^i��
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Flags of all sizes for
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to keep out mosQtttts.'ea.
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froul Quebec
NEW" CARPETS.      SQUARES AMI RUGS OF ALL SIZES, DESIGN k
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Golden,     .C.
< in;ptor)     &     Pitts,
WINDERMERE & DONALD,
General Merchants,
IlllUIg ollpplivib a iJp-uUallj
Miners going northward via Canoe river route will
find it a large saving and convenience to procure their
BiippHes at IJonald.
ti'-''     a
Sol�� Agents For
Canton Steel Company,
'������������ ���'���': ������������!��� :'M*M%3 ; Windermere, Golden    &   Donah
Mining Divisions.
Agents at Windermere for California Giant Powder Co
. . .THE . . .
QUEEN'S    HOTEL,
Headquarters for Commercial Men,    Two Commodious
Sn riple Rooms,    Dnggago Transferred Free.
Hot and Cold Baths.*-
1 ,*ti'.; $2 per dny. 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 Morses Supplied.
The B. G. Assay & Chemical Supply Co., Ltd.
(LuteMiCFARLANE & Co.)
. Vancouver,      -     B.O.
*~-     , UMMfeeturftri "nd dlroel Importers, nn.1 iwry a Xktgg atoek of Bnltmete
wt?M?2ffii SciSiUHf and Prm-Hcal Books, GlMiwarft, Platinum Uooda,
Furnncos, ' 1,l0.,-'ltt*i���i nll otlier Aaj-avura nml Miuur-' roqiilrcmonts.
���a,CBOLS^WS��� w ��"������ Cn,ciUo Uom��m,,J'' a*'*"* Pwk��> Swi
Qjil-iacfo, '--'���'���' CaUloS'ic "��d foW P��rlicul��w on mi plication. j
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
We nro Retting our minimi share of
' tlio beautiful" al (resent-
Got yonr toboggans and snowshoes
out.
John Hamrooncl left yesterday evening for his home in England.
J, Grady nnd bride left ou Monday
aftirnoon to spend their honeymoon at
Banff.
Tho Secretary of the General Hospi
tn] ftcknowtedprs with tli.-uiks the roc
cipt of 10 doI'ftrd from   W, A. Galliher j
Sir Charles and Sir Hibbprt Tupper
passed through UoIiUmi ouAVendesdny
evening on their way to tho Const, "
where tliey will hold a tefles of meetings in the Conservative interest in
BurrnrJ constituency. An effort will
ntio he made to influence lho olcctors
It) this constituency,but it will only
amount to an effort ���not a rAalization,
Bro. Geo. Tl. MoDermot entertained
the brutbp?n of tho locul court of
Independent Foresters nt nn oyster
suii.cr on WiiliusJiiy evening in the
Crfievien, whir.h was muoh appreciated by tho tnombi'is.
��� IuviiatioiiK are out for tho lirst au
nun) hull given hy the Ciohlen Firo
Ui'tgttde, to he liuM in Columbia Hull
on .St. Andrew's night-30th inst.
\V. A. Galliher, futiuo M. P, for
Yale Cnriboo, accompanied bv Frank
Oliver, M.P., and P. J. Donne, went
to Field onTuosdny nnd held very successful mooting thore during tho evening, nud returned on Wednesday, proceeding west.
Mrs. Thos. Robson, having out her
dairy interests in Golden, will shortly
leave foi England to join her husband,
where she will iu future reside.
Charlw M. Field, of Roy el Bioko,
gfiiorn! ftgont of ths Great West Life
nnd the Owcan Accident & Guaranteo,
is doing considerable busiuess in town
tills week.
W. J. Gould, photographer, hits a
very attractive collection of plat Ino
photos on view in front of his studio
In front of the Kicking Horse bridge.
George H. Mitchell, the Pure Food
Grocer, Calgary, at ono time nn em
.1 Iqyec of tlm Big Store here, wns a
visitor amongst us this week, While
hero Mr Mi'chell renewed his acquaintance with a hofct of old fr'onds, who
wero all {leased lo see his gonial
smilo (?) ones mote.
W. A. Gftll.1.0* ��nd F.* J. Deane
paid tho Golden General Hospital n
visit during the week and both were
struck with the efficient manner in
which the affairs of the institution are
managed, spoakiug in the highest
terms Df all connected therewith and
complimented Secretary Kobbins on
the satisfactory state of affairs.
W. A. Galliher, Liberal candidate in
this riding, arrived in Golden on
Monday and addressed tho electors of
this vicinity in the evening. Mr,
G.illiher was accompanied by Mr. F,
J Deane, of Kamloops.
Prank Oliver, M. P. for Alberta,
arrived in Golden last Sunday and on
Monday evening addressed the electors
0,i behalf of Air. Galliher.
A party of G-4 Portuguese, bound for
Honolulu to engage in sugar planting,
passed through Golden on Wednesday
en route for Vancouver, whore thoy
will embark on the Aorangi. Thia ia
an advance party of several hundred
who will follow shortly.
As a proof of tho manner iu which
Hon. Mr. Wells is looking after the
interests of his constituency wo may
mention the information supplied us
hy Secretary Robbins of   tho General
Hospital, who reports that through
the efforts of our member at Victoria
the old grant to this valuable inst .ti
on hns been reinstut d, and an additional grant will bs made towards :he
isolated nnnui. Sidewalks aro r]so to
lie built leading from difftreut portions
of ihe town.
W. H. Knight, who has held the
position of foreman on one the extra
gangs of tho C.P.R. since lust spring,
tins severed hts connection with thnt
coriwation and gone to England on a
pleasure trip.
���The date of the flection for this riding in the Dominion House has been
fixed for December 6. The nomination
of candidate* will tako place in Revel-
s'.oke on Monday.
On her return from Windermere the
Hyak was unable to como any further
than the Little Mill, 12 miles vp the
river, owing to the low stago of the
wnter nud heavy ice, nud was therefore tied up for tho winter.
--**
station was n most animated one and
it is safe to say no ouo of tho large
number present escaped the shower
of rice that for upward-, of half an
hour il.nv from hands of mischievous
children present. The traiu pulled out
with tha happy couple, who carried
with them the good wishes of all,
especially those having had the pleasure of their acquaintance. The bride
andjjyreom were tlu recipieu's cf a
large muulor of beautiful presents.
WEDDING   BELLS.
GRADY-NICHOLSO.N.
Avery pretty wedding took place on
Monday last in the Roman Cu'hoiic
church when Mv. John .Grady, of tho
Columbia River Linn Ver Company's
stores department in Golden, was
united in the bonds of wedlock w'Mi
Miss Christina Nicholson, second
daughter of Mr, Neil Nicholson, of
this placo. Despito the early hour in
tho morning���8 o'clock ���tho church
edifice wns crowded to tbe doors with
friends of the bride nud groom,
anxiously waiting for iheir appearance. Shortly i^fier that hour the
groom arrived, supported hy his best
man. Mr. W. W. Rogers, and a few
minutes later tho bride, leaning upon
the arm Of her father, approached the
altar, attended hy her sisters, Miss
Clara as bridesmaid, nnd Miss Lucy
as maid of honor, while her little
brother Willie acted as pa.^e- The
bride wore nn elegant costume of rich
white silk, trimmed with lace and
orange blossoms, and carried a largo
bouquet of white roses and lillies of
the valley. The bridesmaid costumed in
palo green silk, with white lace trimmings, and carried u large bouquet of
white carnations; whilo the maid of
honor was robed in pale pink silk,
with trimming**? of white lace and
ribbon, and carried a bouquet of pink
carnations. Tho ceremony was performed by Rev, Fat her Fair, the parish
pries', who immediately fell nved it
with tho Nuptial mass service, after
which the bridal party repaired totho
vestry, where they were legistered.
After a pleasant drive around the town
the party weut to the homo of the
bride's father, where a largo number
of Invited friends had gathered and
where the wedding breakfast hnd been
prepared. Amongst tho guests present
wero Mr. nnd Mrs. Gr-en, Mr, nnd
Mrs. Pratt, Mr. nnd Mrs. Pughe, Mr.
and Mir,a Robinson, Mrs. Jones, Mrs.
Howden, Mra. Kay, Mr. and Mrs.
Brock, Mrs. Starforth, and Messrs.
Rogers, Field, Robertson, McDermot,
Barclay, Greene and others-
Mr. Rogers and Mr. Greene in pleasant speeches proposed the toast to the
happiness of the bride and groom.
which elicited a few happy remarks
from Mr. Grady on behalf of himself
and brido.
The newly married couple took the
afternoon train for Banff, where tiny
will remain u week or so befjre taking
up iheir residence In Golden, Before
the train pulled out the friends of the
happy couple, together with a lar,o
gathering of the townspeople and all
the school children, ban nirudoui io
hid lliom adieu, and tbe scene at ih..-
Church Services.
st. rAri.'e-cijimun or enoland.
Services every Sunday at 11 A.m. and
7:;J0p.m. Celebration of Holy Communion 1st and 3rd-Sundays of the month
after Morniiiii Prayer, and on Greater
Festivals and Holy Days at 8 a.m.. or
as mny be announced from the chancel.
Sunday School ut, 2:30 u.m.
Alt are cordially invited to attend
the services,
0, F. YATES, Vicar,
t'RBSBVTERlAX UUUUCH,
Service every Sunday at 7:30 p.m,
Sunday Suhool nnd Hi bie Cluss at 3
p.m. sharp,
���Choir practice every Thursday even.-
at 7.
Rev. W. D. TntNEU, Pastor.
UETiioDisr oHUKCir,
S-rvlees evtiiy-.Sunday nt 11 a.m. and
7:30 p.m.
Suuday School at 3 p.m.
Prayer Meeting on Tuesday at8 p.m.
Choir practice on Fribuy st 7:30 p.m.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
CENTAUR MINERAL CLAIM,
Situate in  thn (ioldmi Mining Division of
EftSt Kootenay District, it.C.at tho bend
of Pifteoti Mile Creek.
TAKE NOTICE tbnt I. James Hrady,
Aj-fcnt for Manuel Dainavd, Free Miner's
CnrtiJieate No- binottg, intend, nixiy days
from the ilnlo hereof, toapj ly to the Mining
Ucconler fur a Ceriitleale uf Improvements
for die pnrpimo of obtaining a Crown (Jrunt
tor tlio above claim.
And farther ti.ko notice that nc ion, under
.Suction:)?, must re commenced buforo tba
issuance of .inch Certiticato uf Improvements*
Dated \hti tit day of August, 1900.
JAMES BRADY,
Agent for Manuel Dainard.
PA9N#S iffl&um
Doctors find
A Good
Prescription
for mankind
WANT-ED:- A n��� ���( Ui hejlili thit RI-FA-NS .ill
not Is-mrf; [hty b-m-j, pitn ,nj pJoTsmtllle, ChtaclvM
rs!i t. No:* the >vr,id P.*I-PWN S on she paclMBO .rrl
;e- ������* no *���!��,,������, HPPAXS ,? B/SBr-S!
be hail .1 aay droi ;ut��. Ten lami'/e, anil one Iho mm I
tuiiaswlilj ai |V m.ll.d soan...ldsi,af���n��� SSt.,
B Sa-JVii     ""'      '"      C��"Ko'"�� SP���C��
nori^uiiviJUi/uinrnJinji/iiinnnp
[Shorey's j
j Clare Serge Suits
J. C. TOM & CO..
Merchant Tailors.
We havo recently added to our 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.
T:��0^*wW'H"0"'USlE5tf4S
ilfflli   :
PRPFEH?ir'TO" ANV'Ot^Er
���IrlilXitiimHHMttl/tmi.Wli.lrb
STYLISH, RELIABLES
ARTISTIC-%. s*
RccosisssksssM liy Leading 3-
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TIlcrAHvayaPleue.-Sfe !���
Miy*k\
a-a, BAZAR,     |
&TTERNS
8 NONE BETTER AT ANV f RICE h
{U-rhete ntifltMAI* K.|<| fn nemltr ��
mir du-uid lAH'n In ili<i United Suiei >:
VmirdealetiluM i��t k��ii  th��m ��r..tl S
��� Add. y.��-"i. -,��:'?,."".t^��,i,J"���" rt"'"j 1
THE McCAU COMPANV,    I
j 13910 148 W. S4lh8lr.Bi.Nc. York g
I  ss-��a?��-si oiwia.- g
���     189 Fltth Ave., Cb'ltaio, and    g
j iisji Market St.. San Hr.ncl.co. E
MSCALLS^
MAGAZINEW
��� BtigaUet' Magallue    Publlihtd
I Contain) BeautKul Colored  Plates.
Jllti'Mrat?s*Eat*S�� PlfUmi, FaiA
lona, Fancy Work.
ji!ara��itt!��w
"Dili. .Well, lor IKni. and oshEr part ic-.
. . ar,. 8ub-crln,lnn onlv SO., per year,
i Ineludlnn a ���fKEE ruiern.
tuirmt THB MCCALL C0..
S3�� to 1,6 W. 14-fh St., New York
WWIWWAW
GOLDEN is the key to the Upper Columbia Valley
tho head of navigation on the Columbia Kivor, and the
centi'eofau 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 trar.s|,oi'lation 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 Smelter within the next lew
months.
THE GOLDEN TOWNSITE now offered forms
the only Jand available for tho extension of the building
area.
Present prices are favorable to investors, who will
find it to their interest to purchase before a further rise
takes place.
Plans may be seen and prices and terms obtain*5d ,on
application to ' ���   '
No salo of lots is valid until purchaser receives agreement for sale signed b'y Townsite Trustees.
n. B. Alexander, Trustee, Sandon,
IL_*G��JPargpn. Merchant,
Coffins and
. Caskets.
Funeral Rol.oa of nil kind*.
Orders prismjitly attended t��.
W. L. Houston,
Golden, B.C..
P. A. Desormeau,
.  .   .  Tailor.
Golden, B.C.
Sosith Hl.lc Kleklnff fTora. Rivor,
Hwvoy, McCarter & Pinkham,
JBnrrlates-e, SoMcHora. Ao.
GEO. 8. MCCARTER,        J. A. HARVEY,
Kevoljtoke, B.C. Fort S'eele, U.C.
A.M. PINKHAM.
Rooms, Aloxtssidor Block, ('olden B. C,
Hull Bros. & Co.
Wholoaalo A Retail
Butct|ers.
Cattle, Sheep ssssd Horae Dealora.
GOLDEN, B.C.
The H. B. A. VOGEL |
Camins-iclal t'ollcie,
Box  847.  Vau-ronTer,  D. C,
ThorotiiHi   Instruction  In  btieiooj.
method., Book kcopl.g,  (w. un no
textbook., but. do  >oto.l  bu.in.ii.)   *
Shorthand nnd Typewriting.   W-��pr-H
par. for .examination!.
Jas. Bbadt, D.LS., & P.L.S,
Mining Engineer,
M. Asii'n. Inst. M.E. 1 ���*������ ���"������ -"���****"���""' "'"* "",
I   Our fee rolunied If we fall. Any one aaufif
Afrent for obtaining Crown Oranta, stolssg !,*!'i'5,,""?���d.*;,cripll0,' 1',"-', -**gm will
.nm,.dM,oM,���on. work, etc.   Addio..,     ^ae&.TJ^BoV.f^l
PATENTS GUARANTEED
GOLDEN,  B.C.
A
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A. F. A A,   M.
Mountain Loilffo, No. II, A. F. *t
A. M. Hcj,'iilar Communication,
tecoad Mmifiiiy in ovary month-
Sojourning InotJiron corj^lly iu-
J.O.PITI'8.W.M.
O. il. PAKSON, SotTBtiry.
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Rocky Montiiiiin IMge so. St meeti in
O'l'lltlluwH Hi,11, (foldcn,ovury Wmliiemlay
at 8 P.m.   Kojourninr brethren welvomo.
C. PEAHCE7N.O. j t, WOOD, Rm,
NOT CHEAPEfl :*;.;j;&
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\caly fagts; Weekly; Illustrates!, I
ImaaWNf.pie To Miiiko Mew.       '
IRIS BClLAr.!! tl* YIAR, WSOTAIT.
.   van, coFir. race.
MINING AND SCIENTIFIC PRESS,     j
220 Mahket St., San FbanciscOjOal.,
tot acceptable liee*.
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perssMa.su. aamDIcinw.   :
rssleut" .eut upou requett.    PaleuU fecured
Usrough ua advertlssed for aale at our e-speuse.
rssscsst. taken out throuah ua receive tpeciol   1
aellec, without charge, In THE P.TUT Rico.d,   1
an itluatrated and widely circulated Journal,
consulted by-.f.imfecturere and Iuvestore.        1
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tion. or send for catalogue AddreM
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