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Array JAJU8 H��ND��BON,    \
Builder ��* Contractor,
ootDau, *,c.
Asapplyof BnMl��llme h* Balj^
Ph��s prepaid.^ ��Siplntts.��ilon ��lrsn ts
Sign Writer *��
Ncenlc Artist �����
House JUecnrnter. t
Ltsvt Orders at Kootsaay Ho��i��, Golden, B.C. I
GOLDEN, British Columbia, FRIDAY, August 30,1901
2 1'ee Yeah.
OUtt last car lot of Assorted Groceries included:
Zephyr Cream Sodas-8 lb. tins
Cream Sodas-2 lb. cartons.
Arrowroot Sultana
Ginger-nuts Shortbread
Smyrna Macaroons
Social Teas Garibaldi
Tartlets Jam^ams
Coffee and Tea Biscuits
Water Ice Wafers in bulk and lib. tins..
untley & Palmer's Italian Macaroons in 1 lb: tins.
Shilling's Best Baking Powder
imported direct from Trisco in large lots,
therefore priced lower than usual���li os-,
21 and 5 lb. tins. '
Oak Tree condensed milk and all other
brands bat 0-ak Tree is the very top notch
of excellence. Try a caft and if not suited
take-your pick of other blBrids free of cost.
' Saddles, Pack-saddles,
Straps, Whips, Collars, etc.
*���***.*,     Boss Miner's Boot,       -  *     ���        ",     ��W��
SPECIAL '  16*lnoh River Boot, made In full French
-j. uvihl. .  Calf| doubW 90lM| . . .        7.50
���     W
TralB Where Cash does Double Duty.
the stock of
Hats and Caps.
Gents' Furnishings,
fine Suitings,
Up-to-Date Pantlngs. at
I C. TOM & Cos.
If not an Inspection will pay you.
Goods Right.
Upper Columbia
Steamers DUCHESS and HYAK
Ctwfjrtag  '
a. n. n-At*.
Season of 190* Oponi April lad.
K-   -V
Only Quick and Comfortable Route to Min-
tag TOwns ot Windermere Mining
./.;, Division.   ���
*        TillBTABLE;
ir Tuesday 4 tutt.; arriving #.ifeterbbi-ough
r, Canterbury aftd -fBi^rto^sMne evening
 jg��->rive at Oolden Wednesday afternoon.
Uave Golden Friday4**.��. for 5^r*bor6ugfi and inter*
. inedli^l^ts; wtaming-MrtVe at Oolden Sunday
v'::v;*fternp^f.^'! ''
FVii'further information apply to .   .'Soffit,
C, H. PARSON, s��er��t*iy.
Imperial Bank Of Canada
Capitol (Paid V��> S8.500000
H. 8. Ho-vlsnd, President.
T. B. Merrill, ?"***<*-���
Wm. Ramsay,    T. Sutherland Stnynor
Robert Jaffrsy, Ellas Rog.rs,
Wm. Hendrie.
IIbad OriicE: Toronto.
D. H. Wilkik, General Manager.
E. HAY, Inspector.
JTANfrOBA, N. W. T. aad B. C.
Brandon, Calgary, Edmonton,
Golden,       Kelson,        Portage la Prairie,
I'rinc* Albert,     Hevelstoke,     Strathcona.
Vancouver,       Winnipeg,
Essex, Fergus, Gait, Hamilton,  Inj
i J-s-nlla,  Port Coibourne
Iht Portage,       Saalt Ste. Marie,        St.
Catharines. 8t. Thomas, Toronto, Welland,
Woodstock, and Moutreal, yue.
' Agents la '-.rsmt Brltalat
Ueyi. Bank. Ltd., Ti Lombard St., London
witb whom money may be deposited fcr
transfer by letter or cable to any of Ibe
. above branches.
Ageataln Cnlled Stat-**
NEWYOBK-Bauk of Montreal, Bank ol
CHWAUO-First National Bank.
ST. PAUL-Uerond National Hank.
SAN rKA��ClSCit-Wells, Farg.|fc Co.'s
flank.    -
Agent* In ft-Mllk Africa.
AFRICA limited:
Interest allowed on deposit..
I'ro. isscl.il, Municipal aud other debenture*
irRAFTSA LETTERS OF CREDII*'������. .tobil^jyho haa beon in Enj-laod repio-
Avaibibte at all^i. ta t-jrasla, Unit.il. '^tint tlri MnnitnU Gowum-ot be-
Kingdom, United Stat...
J. S. Gibb. Ugt., Ooldsn Branch.
Thomas O'Brien,
Barrister, Solleltor.
Notary FubIlo,Conveyancer, ete
Office In Upper Columbia Navigation and
- Tram vay Company's Building,
Ualstea. B. V.
Hn-r-re**, McCarter ft Pinkham,
Barristers, ���Mleltore. no.
Revelstoke, B.C. Fort Steele, B.C.
Rooms Alexander Block Golden B. C.
Jas. Beady, D.L&, & P.L.8.
Mining Engineer,
'    M. Am-n. Inal. M.E,
Surveys made for Assessment Work and
Crown Grants.
Land for sale on Lake Wlnd-vmero ami
.  . . Tailor.
Golden, B.C.
���assath ��ld. Kicking Bare. Blv.r,
Hull Bros. & Co.
Wholesale fcRolail
Cattle, Sheep and Uora* Dealers.
For first-class
Dairy Butter
Fresh Eggs
and nil kinds ot
Farm Producs
Apply to;���,..;..
Montreal, Aug. 26-A committee of
trainmen waited on tha general manager ol the Canadian Paoiflo Kailway,
today, on behalf of the striking trackmen. Tbe situation was fully explain-
ed to thiMn, and tbey were advised that
the oompany wonld abide by the reoom
mendanceol tba conciliation committee, After n fall discussion they left,
notifying Mr. MoNicoli that they would
endeavcr to persua'.e the trackmeu's
committee to accept the terms offered.
Ottawa, Aug. 2<i-Mrs. Carrie Nation is coming to Ottawa. 'I am
coming to Ottawa, and I will fight the
devil till there ia not a drop of the cursed
drink left in Canada," (aid Mrs. Nation to a reporter who met her Saturday noon at tb* D. L. k W. depot in
Syracuse._ " Give me a message for
people of Canada," aaid the reporter to
Mrs. Nation, aa she put her hatchet
away and climbed ou tha train. "Toll
tbem I will be over In a couple of
weeks. I am going there and will put
every joint out of business, By the
way," Said sbe, dropping to a con
Bdentiul and strictly business tot.o,
'���what ere the police of your city like,
Wonld tbey interfere with me'."
Montreal, August 23.-Hon. C. If,
Campbell,  attorney-general of Maui-
fore the judlolal committee of the privy
council in lhe Manitoba Liquor Prohibition Act, arrived here today on his
return homo. Judgment, in this case,
he says, will be rendered alter vacation,
probably iu October, and be believes
the constitutionality of the ; r-ivlncial
law will be upheld.
 <*- .
Rev. Mr. Harvey will conduct an
evangelistic service in the Methodist
chnrch on Sunday eveiling.
Administrator's Notice.
In the Matter of Jossph Des*
laurier, Deceased.
VOTICE is hereby given that by an order
'-' made in the Country Court of Yale,
holden at Kamloops, dated the SMth day of
August, 1001, the underjignml was appointed
Administrator of the peraonsl estate and
effects ol Joseph Maurier, late uf Kui.lt,
B.C., deceased. All i-eraons having claims
agalnat tbe estate of the above deuuatl are
requested lo send tbo same, duly verified, to
theundersisined. before Ilio 8OU1 day of September, 1001, aud all -arsons indebted to th.
���aid deceased tit requested to pay the amount
of such indebtedness to Ihe undersigns-*!
* irthwlth
Daud sit Kamloops, B.C., the 20th day of
August, 1101.
Official Administrator for the County Court
District of Yale.
We  Manufacture
and Keep in Stoek
and every thing for the Mino,
Marine and Sawmill'-Trade.
sjHaoeessf ��� to
Armstrong * Morrison,
Ironfbunders, Boilermakers
.::... and Machinists.
SEBg Mfoncouver, B.C.
Us>n Nasi ad In Bast Keot.nay toe Hallway and Trail Coastra.tlon.
Mesir.. A. Outhrie si Co., railrond
contractors, are advertising in th*
Winnipeg Fmo Press for railway
laborers required for construction work
on the Crow's Nest Southern. Messrs
Guthrie bave r.cslosd the contraot for
building tbe line from Fernie, B. C. to
the International boundary, and expect
to be able to start work on the line in
the course of a week or ten days. The
country througb whioh the railrond
passe* is an excellent one tor working,
a gjod climate and considered healthy.
Messrs. Guthrie k Co. expect to
secure a number of laborers from Manitoba after threshing operations are
Tbis district will bs a good oue lor
working men this winter aa the Lumber Company are potting in tour large
oamps and the railway construction
hear Field is expected to give employ
ment, to about 500 men this winter.
Mr, Jennings, who has charge of
the work on Horse Thief waggon road,
was in town endeavoring to secure
men to work on thi road as it is the
wish ot those interested to push tbe
work through to completion this fall.
Letter Prom South Afrioa.
Veereuinging, July 18, 1901.
Mb. D. Moroaii,
Dear Sir and Bro.:-I take pleasure
in writing a tew lines to let you know
I am well and that the Boers have hot
caught me yet. I hope this letter will
find you nil in good health. We have
had some exciting times with the
Boers. On the llth of July wo got
into a regular hornet.;' nest of Boers
and we had a hot corner for a while.
We had four killed and four wounded
and lost 17 horses. One of tho boys
who enlisted at Golden -Harry Sjn-oule,
oi Fort Steele,-got killed. Hi was a
fine young fellow and well likeJ. The
others,were from different parts oi the
province, But the Boers did not have
it i.H l|.tir_own way as we killed 25
and wounded about 40. We did pretty
woll as there was about twenty 10 one
in favor of the Boers. However, I did
not get hurt myself aud consider myself lucky. I think tbis would be a
good country 10 live in if the war was
over, but on acoount of tbe unsettled
state of affairs it is not so good aa it
might be. Martial law il in force all
over tba country aud one cannot travel
aronnd without a past. I have been in
several parts of the oountry and liko
it very much.. Wa are no: far from
Johannesburg and it is a most beautiful city und 1 would like to be statioi.-
ed there. There are lott ot Boer wid
ows out here and it won't be liard to
gat a woman aftet ths war. If I csn
run across a rich one I thiuk I had
better try and make a mash. Some of
the Boer girls are very handsome mid
make good wives, so I am told.
I like my job here fairly well, so far.
Of course, everything is not to my liking but I will havo to put up with it.
Hedley Dart and Albert Coliiua are in
tbe hospital with (over. They have
Iweu sick nearly evor since they cause
bere, but I think they vs 111 soon be out
I suppose you had a big time osi tbe
12th ot July. There was no celsibra-
tion bere, It was on the llth we had
tbs fight, aud on the 12th we hud five
fu;.crtt.s-four of our own meu and one
native scout���so it was a rather sad
celebration for us, for I waa woll
well acquainted with all of tbem. I
will give you the uaiues of the four
tbat were killed: Harry Sproulo, Fun
Steele; Chas. Begg, Rovelstoke j. Sari, .
Major Chalmers, Moosomin, aud J.
Sykes. The wouuded weie us I.jIIows:
Larry Hardliner aud Harry Uravtly,
Nelson, B C; T. Curtis,, Ro����laud, uud
D. Mclutyre, Fort Steele.
It was s-wtluiaied that there were
about 2,000 Boris aud ouly about isO
British. So I think we put up a y. r'y
creditable fi.[ht considering tba tig
1 will now close, wishing you ana
vour family and ail my at-qtiaiutaocts
.the very best pf luck,
I remain, yours rs-a.seutltilly,
Wn. Magke
No. 17 Troop, A Divi.iou, S. A. (J.,
Johannesburg, Transvaal, South
Afi-ion. * '   J,.,
JOB PRINTING our Speolalty.
On F.iday morning a telegram was,
received by E. J. Docbesnsy, Supt. of
tli's division, from Mr. Marpole, announcing thst offioical notification of
the settlement of tl.e trackmen's strike
had been received.
No details as to the basis of settlement have been received, and the local
men an not at work yet owing to the
road master not bsing in town !o arrange with them.
This striko, which was inaugurated
on the 18th of June, lias lasted just 12
days und has been conducted in a most
praiseworthy manner by the men.
London, Aug. 2G -A despatch from
Lord Kitchener says: "Three officer*
and 65 men, who were sent north of
Ladybrand, tlrango lliver Colony, on
the right of Elliott's column, were surrounded on unfavorable ground and
captured by a superior force, August
22>id One man was killed nnd four
wounded. The prisoners were released.
Am holding an inquiry.
"Have received a long letter from
Steyn ontaining argumentative statement of the Boer siaso, and saying he
will continue to fi>hr. Also a short
letter from Dewet to the smne effect.
"Dalarey has issued a counter proclamation warning ull Boers against
my latest proclamation, and declaring
that they will continue the struggle.
' Since August 19. h, i)2 Boers havs
been killed, 139 have been made prisoners, and 185 have surrendered, including Kruger, a nephew of the ex jiveai-
deiu. Tne column-, ure meeting witli
no imjiussablo crisosition in the colony,
The rebels aud armed bands are hiding
and avoiding our columns with some
success. General Beastou alone having
been in contact with the comratiii.1 of
Scheppeu whom lie is driving noiih."
London, Aug 26 In Brussels, it i.
said, thai CoiiiinatitIaiit-Gs--iiet'.l Bjllta
has ordered Bo.t com uuu. flcrs in futttio
to retain sill captured British us hot. -
ages in case Lord isl tcltener buniesgut-
til's threats of his latest |sroclamatio.i*
London, Aug. 2i SjuiIi Atrioati
despatches show that the lioers continue active in Cujie Colony. Sharp
skirmishing has occurred at il.uio:,.
dale, ouly a day's tide from the sea,
while Scht-ppen's commandoes threaten
the important  town  of Oat.lioru, ol
milea from the Indian Ooeati.
Loudon, Aug   33. ���Aocordlug to a
special despatch from S: Pd*-srtlbsirg, a
du 1 with pistols wus fought  bettveen
Prince Alexander of Say 11 -Wiit^eusteiu
and Prince Auato'u Burtuiiiiskl, tho
Ciar's aide do cump, the furtuer being
 ��� ,*>*-**	
.Montreal, Auk- 2,V.-Uoii. Chas, D
Rouleau, jiidge of the sti|it'emo s-uQrt,
Calgary, died bere this af.eriioou uf
heart disease.
Decease 1 came east several weeks
ago 011 a visit to leluttve. ..ud ws.s
taken ill shortly u.le-' hi. arrival.
He lias been in a prucuriusss sta'o of
health fu.- the past tv.v weeks.
London, Au-;. 2i. ��� Lord Strathcona
and Mount ltjyal. the Daily Ciirotilole
states, will bo apj-oii.icd successor to
the late Lord Hersuiieli uu head uf tho
delegation ic.a'csciiu^ British issier-
osts ill the joint lii-.|i'cui.s...is..iuu.
Pas ist, Aug. 2*1.-A j.ro Armenian
sheet issued iss P.ui*, it-sells, that III.
Talks have been looting a.-i.l murder-
in ' ill the Sutn-ouii di.tlhjt since July,
aud that several Armenian villages
have boon wiped out.
. ��-�����<>�����---.	
Vancouver, Aug. 28-Go/oriturRosa
wsll leiuris 10 the Yukon at ouce, aud
villi uot resign as pisfvioti.-.!)'tsiiiiouii*
wid. Ue lias i'ecu...,..e..d.tsi to lhe Ottawa Government that ilieru.valiy os.
Yukuu gold Ise nhi'Oaateil and an export lax 011 all stuff crossing the Yukon boundary substitutes!.' The pro-
posal is that thedutv be collected bit
regular customs officials al the bouud-
ary, and the penstliv [or fssitiuu to pay
it would ba cositisoatio... In the o-jiss-
Ijii of the governor this would be A
great improvement on lhe present
svstmn. as no miliar or company would
would risk the loss of treasure for tha
sake ut avoidiug the taa.
'������**.: T
THE ERA, GOLDEN, B.C, August .TO, Mil,
(Bit* ffialln.it t&va.
Bo V. OtuittiKKS, - Editor and Psiblisber
Subscriptions il.00 per year in advance.
Advertising rates made known on request.
FRIDAY.   Alto. 30. 1901.
We nre glad to note that both the
Toronto Globe and tha World are on
the side of the trackmen in their strike.
If is time the Government took a hand
in this fight for if it is much longer
es-iitinued the visit of the Royal party-
will most assuredly be declared off. It
cannot be expected that people with
even ordinary common sense will risk
their lives on a road that is not properly takeu care of by competent workmen. The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York will never risk iheir
precious necks over the C.P.R. line
iu itspreseut condition and it is doubtful if even now the strike were settled
tlse track could be put in safe condition
by the time they are ready. It is said
that even the chief officials ot the road
will not travel on the line at night.
It is only since this strike began
that the public have learned whnt an
* important pnrt of tbe railway organization the trackmen renlly are. On
them devolves the duty of inspecting
thn roadbed and maintaining it in such
a sbs|H> as to ensure the public safety.
The C. P. R sny they have mon
enough to do the work of the strikers,
hut the number of accidents that have
rec'.nly heen reported is not consistent
with this statement. As a matter of
fact, the roidbed of the C. P. 11. is in
very bad shape; so much so that all
sensible people are avoiding the line,
although it is said all such peo|sle
formerly patronized It. Not only do
the men perform a very responsible
duly, but a certain amount ot skill is
ii.uessary is. tl.e discharge of their
dune.. The C.P.R. has recently found
Oul thai ordinary unskilled labor can-
iiui be entrusted to perforin the work of
llie trackman. He must be trained
for the work. We think, therefore,
thut ibe trackmen are fully justified
lu uakiii,. better pay, und (or the re-
coji.fliou of th'.lr union, jjst as the
trainmen, tl.e firemen, Ihe engineers.
I ie teltigrapbers have Iseen recognized
Tuai ll.Cj are willing to have their
claims left to arbitration shows that
they believe in the justice of their demand.
Nosv that the census has been takeu
tint substantial increase of population
iu the west aud B. C. is shown, we
think there can be no further excuse
on the part of Il.e Domlning Govern
mens for refusing Cabinet representa
tinn to this province British Columbia is the only province in the Dominion that is not represented in the
mnke np of the Government! G. B.
Maxwell, M P. for Bnrrartl, as senior
representative, should be gfveu a seat,
and. we believe, would prove a worthy
Cranbrook, Aug. 23. -The chief
topic of conversation the past two days
is the sensational rise in Sullivan slock.
I, ...is jumped truiii 7( 10 13 bid and
...o.e uffes-td. Naturally there is a
disposition to guess what is buck ol
this muse, and yesteiday the secret
luakod out when John Hutchison, one
of the leading milling brokers of lhe
distriot, said that he bud had standing
orders for Still v n slock for three
mouths past, and imparted the information lhat ibe directors of the Sul
I'tati mine had decided to build a
sitssilier. This, will mean a big thing
tu Southeast Kootenay, since it will
furnish lhe means of treating the ore
(i.tuaily ou lhe ground. The location
is uul aives. oul, but there is little
duubl thai it will go lo Marysville, a
t s.vu will, u nnme only at lhe preseut
tim*, on lh" junction of .dark creek
and the P . Mary* riser.
Krssger. says the New York Tele
grain, indulging in the lux srv of in
���omnia in Hislverssin. enrinhesl hevond
Ins ueeds and enjoving all the creature
vusufuris, mum yield himself to odious
companions whenever he cries aloud
lur our wars or a fsw kind words. He
really isn't the riiihr. sort, and in these
latutr days lhe "Linn ol ihs>'lVanavaal,"
as lin was ��t limes foolishly oalled,
becomes but n mangy, s-rop tails-.!, tame
lion, until for.anvihing more dignified
man exhibition in a .lime museum.
Montreal, Aug. 20, 1901
To the citizens of Canada:
The K"port of tbe General Chairmen
of the other Orders who were supposed
to rppre.eiit employees in other Ds>
partraents on the C. P. Railway is
vary unjust to tbe Trackmen who are
.sniggling for a fair share cf the
wealth they help to create, and alt
honorable settlement.
Their contention that the Settlement
proposed by the General Manager is a
fair one will, no doubt, be questioned
hy nil fair-mjnded men.
During tlte telegraphers- strike in
1896 a similar basis ol settlement was
proposed by the company to the Conciliation Committee who were trying
to effect a settlement between the oompany and the telegraphers. In commenting upon it In their report, thej
following paragraph appears!
"We saw at once that this proposi
tion would never be accepted by the
telegraphers for the reason that it left
practically little protection for a grtat
number of the striking operators and
agent nud provided that men employed
during the strike were considered permanent employes and should be retained in their service in preference
to men who have gone out on strike."
Tlie gentlemen who were acting as
conciliators had too much respect for
the grand officers, and the committee
representing the telegraphers to even
present tbe terms proposed by the
company to them, and in lieu thereof
they prepared what they considered a
fair basis of settlement whioh was accepted by both parties to the controversy.
Tho Grand President of Railway
Trackmen, with the consent of the
committee representing the mainten-
ance-of-way men on the C. P. R., has
proposed 10 submit the differences
between the company and the men, to
impartial arbitration. That should
convince all fair-minded jseople lhat
our President is not in the employ ol
Competing transportation companies,
and that if our committee hare made
unreasonable demands upon the company, they are willing to abide by Im
jtartiai arbitration.
Instead of weakening our position,
the report of the Conciliation Coin'
mitten will strengthen it. As to thu
insult offered to onr President demanding that he should leave Montreal
within twenty-four hours, this simply
increases our confidence in him, and
take it as a compliment paid lo his iu
telligencs, and. ability to correctly advise the committee. Messages and
letters are being received from members
of the Order on all pans ot the system
assuring our Presislent that he would
have the continued support ami confidence ot the men. Why the conciliation committee reoommended unconditional surrender upon the pnrt of
the trackmen is a question I wilt not
attempt to answer. Every Brother*
hood man I have met is indignant over
the action taken by the general Chairman, and eai-ecinlly at Ihe insult offered through them to President Wilson.
If they were influenced to take such a
course by the General Manager, I pro-
did lie will discover hi a short time
tliat he has created a "boomerang" for
himself. The end is not yet by any
means. The full Protective Board of
Ra I way Trainmen is in Montreal, and
members of ibe other Orders are arriving on every truln. It is reasonable
10 suppose that as soon as the facts In
the case are known tuch stejis will bs
taken as mny be necessary to afford
protection lo their lives, and the lives
of the trasfjjjlling publio.
I have just returned from a trip out
Ti-MksMOa' Ultimatum.
Montreal, Aug. 19.-Having received
and considered the above proposed
terms of settlement the trackraens'
oosnmiltee on Saturday issned a mani
festo entitled "The rock on which th.
C. P. R. traokmen stand." It reads
as follows:
The principal conditions nnder which
the oommittee representing tha maintenance of way men on the C. P. R..
will make settlement with the company
are as follows:
1st. All men now on strike who hav*
not been eonvteted of crime in connection with the strike shall be reinstated in their former positions witb
out prejudice.
2nd. An sgreement must be signed
by the proper official of the C. P. R.
setting forth the terms and conditions
of employment of mainteiniice ol way
men wbieh will proteot them against
unjust discrimination by way of ihe
company's officials.
3rd. A reasonable and uniform in
crease in wsges must be granted snffi<
oient at least to make the purchasing
power of a day's wagss equal to what
i! was two years ago, or before the
general rise in prices. ^^B_^
4'Is. The committee will submit the
settling of differences to Impartial
arbitration, the arbitrators to be selected in the usual way.
5th. And this committee endorses
and have always approval of the position taken by their president, John
Wilson, in the controversy, and consider themselves entitled to his advice
and aid without interference or dictation from any source. When tbe above
terms are accepted by the company the
strike will be declared off, but not until then.
J. Lennon, representative Pacific
J. B. Brunskil, representative western division.
A. F. Stoutt, representative eastern
E. E. Nason, representative 0. ft Q.
J. W. Johnson, representative Atlantic division.
A repott has been circulated in American papers to the effect lhat the
pilot and captain of the Islander wee
very much under the influence of liquor
at ihe time of the disaster. We publish below 1 he verdict of 1 he coroner's
jury, held at Juneau, Alaska, by United States officials and citizens, and
believe it will have tho desired effect
of jsutting the truth before the citixeus
of both countries:
United States Commissioner H. H.
Foisom, at Juneau, held au inquest
on the remains of Dr, J, Duncan before
the vessel left for Vancouver, and s
verdict was returned exonerating the
Captain and ail connected with! the
Islander from blame. The copy of
the verdict sent down by Purser Blah
op wss ss follows:
"In the matter ot the Inquest the
body of Dr. J. A. Duncan, deceased:
We, the jury impanelled and sworn
iii the above entitled manner, find lhat
tbe nam* of th* deceased is J. A.
Duncan, lhat lis came to his death on
the 15thof A-igust, 1901, by the wreck-,]
of the steamship Islander, and by tbe
evidence produced, we find, that we
can blame no on* for the accident
J. J. Besltle (foreman), John Olds,
J. G. Davies, C. Goldstein, I. L. Os<
born nnd P. Kelson.
United Slates of America
Distriot of Alaska.        '
I, Hiram H. Foisom. United States
Commissioner In nud for the Distriot
ot Alaska, residing nt Juneau, do hsr*-
��� ���       -���-      ���a- --��� \_- cert|fy that th* foregoing is a true,
Iwe.it as fur as Brandon, and ' _\ ���   ������_���_,-_ _���_���__ _._.*_,. .....
Krastuo Wisuat*. of uistcantll. ��g
too, tamo, ba* Colla-A'ad both financially uuu physically. Hi* liabilities
s-i*,n,.t�� a quarter of a million, and
itg . h.t i-mtu .t/ickeu with paralysis.
travelled over all tbe branches ot th*
C P. R system lu Manitoba, and
fouud but two foremen, wbo were at
work on Juuu lo'ih���before th* Striks
became effective-ut work. Not a
single section man is at work. The
foremen have all left thesec'.iop bouses
of the company in Manitoba. Th* men
informed 1110 ihey would not returu to
work until iin-iruete.1 to do so by their
Chairman under the Seal of the Grand
I have raised a family lu Canada by
tissues!, hard work; am a citianu of
Canada slid tak.' a deep intern.! in ail
that pertains to li.�� welf-im uf uiy
country. Therefore I appeal 10 all
boursi cit.z.'iis to aid us iu u<u- t-ffuris
to secure a fair aud lsOi.ur-.blu wl, lenient with iheU P Usiisvay Cu.upauy.
A. B. Luwu,
V.tf* President
U. ot tt. T. A
Torouto, Aug. 2j.-8ir Frederick
Ri.bii.s0n, barouei, Toronto, was
drowned at Humsville, Muskuka .lis I
tr-ct, toJ'.|*. ,-������'..'��� I
correct, and complete transcrlj.t of Ih*
vsrdiot rendered by th* Coroner's jury
in th* abor* entitled mutter.
In witness whereof, t have hereunder sot my hand and official seal this
19th day of August, 1901.
(Signed)    HIRAM H. FOLSOM,
U. 8. Commissioner and Acting Cor
Grand Forks, Aug., 24.��� Charles
Peruuson A Company, oontraotor*,
S|sokane, hav* b**n awarded the con*
trnot for the construction of tha sniff*
linn of ths Republic and Grand Fork*
railway, with the exception ofahooi
lour miles already partially graded.
Tbe pr<s|*os*d road oonneniina this
smelling centre witb the Unliwi Sisi*s
mining camp will bs about Hii miles
.uug, uud aisufrdiug 10 Hi* contract1
must b* compl.isjd before New Years,
Agnew's Uiuliin-iit stands al the head aa
reliever, healer. and sure our
forms.   Uue application will
**-*******-������.-  Jit Ih* nf*. ���
lever, lienler. and sure curt tor Riles im
'ins. Uue application will give comfort i
is test' i>.i��utes, and three lo six days' appli
c.tinu ncevrs'l.sg to dirtscllsatsr"ifH"cur*]
������   S"   j,   Joy,     UJ   ����������,
Toronto World;  Scarcely let)* important tban the amount bt our great
crop is the price that will b* realised
for it.   Canada seems to b* espwiaUy
fortunate this year,   because she not
only has an unusually larg* orop ot
grain, but tha prospects for big pries*
are very encouraging.   Th* shortage
of wheat in Europe has bs��en pretty
definitely ascartaiued by tbis time.  An.
suthentio es'imat* of  thii shortage
has just been published by thn Mark
Lana Express.   According to this an
thority, tb* wheat crop of Franc* will
uot  exceed  300,000,000 bushels Ibis
leaving a deficiency of 60,000,000 bub-
els to be supplied bv foreign countries
The total yield in the great territory pf
northwestern Europe is placed 896,000,-
OOO bushel*, and th* requirement* for
consumption at 664,000,000 bushsls,
leaving a balance ot 868,000,000 boih-
el* to be imported.   The  Mark Ltne
Express further ppints out that of tii*
wheat exporting countries India and
Egypt will hav* nothing thi* yur lor
export, while the surplus of Ruasis,
Argentina, snd the Balkan States will
be exhausted in supplying the irapoit
requirements of  Italy, Austria-Hun
gary, China nnd thaSpanish peninsula.
The meaning of all thi* i* lhat Europe
will   hsve to look  entirely  to  the
United States and Canada lo supply
its large storage in wheat.   Using up
the situation in sn article based on ths
Mark Lane estimate, the New York
Commercial  Advertiser   lay* "there
will be ready market for Ihe whole of
ihe immense balance whicli this country wiil have for export, and the Amerioan farmer will be kbit to nam* hi*
own price, ss was the esse in 1897-98."
According   to   the   ssme  authority,
" American Jarmers ara sure of receiving prices so far above tbe avei age that
wben taken In conjunction with th*
enormous production the  aggregate
profit* will be second only to the unparalleled season of 1898.   Fonr years
ago these conditions laid the foundation for the greatest ern  of agricultural and industrial development this
conntry has sversesn.   Ths same conditions recurring now ar* a guarantee
to the continuance of the existing prosperity which are  (ar  mora effective
than anything which appeared iu the
situation of a month sgo.   .   .   .Itis
fair to reason now thst ths Increases!
profits from wheat will go far, towards
offsetting the losses to the farming
communities   from  ths  shortage  in
If such good fortune is in store for
th* United Ststes farmer the Canadian
agriculturist will fare even latter, for
for while there ha* beeu n big shortage
of oorn in th* formar country Canada
ha* good crops ill round. Thademsnd
from Europe has already set in. That
th* European countries in keenly
alive to tbeir dependent position is
shown in th* extraordinary export
movement of th* put fortnight, wbioh
hu for outstripped any put record
During th* week andlng Aug.- 10, 8,-
000,000 bushel, ot wheat war* cleared
from various United Bute* ports,
whil* for th* week coding Aug. 17 th*
oloarances rose to tbe phenomenal total
ot 9,000,000 bushels.
Townsite Ot Golden.
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Business and Residential Lots For Sale
"Blocks for Investors.
Now is the Tim* to Buy.
Moderate Wees <t Easy terms of Payment.
ensure the
Hext few
GOLDEN is the key to the Upper Columbia Valle-y
the head of navigation on the Columbia Kiver, and tht
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 data
by a railway running the length" of the Columbia and
j Kootenay Valleys, from Golden to Cranbrook,. ensuregreat
activity In the mining camps of North East Kootenay.
Negotiations are also proceeding, which will c
operation of the Golden Smelter within the
THE GOLDEN TOWNSITE now offered forms
the only land available for the extension of the building
Present prices are favorable to investors, who will
find it to their interest to purchase before a further riw
takes place.
No sale of lots is valid until purchaser receives agreement for sale signed by Townsite Trustees.
Plans may be seen and prices and terms obtained on
application to
H. B. Alexander, Trustee, Sandon,
H. 6. Parson. Merchant.
Northport, Ang. 28-Prs*ld*nt Ben,
E. Shed of th* Northport Mill nnd
Hmtltarmen'* Union, received a mes
ngo from the Boisland Miners' Union
this afternoon Informing him that *
onblsMtnm had just arrived Irom Lon
don whioh stated that Whltsksr
Wright had just resinned from hi*
position ol managing director of lb*
Bossland Oreat Western mines and
allied companies, this iffsots North
port very greatly, 11 th* smelter here
i* controlled by th* corporation of
whioh Mr. Wright hi* been lb* dlreo*
tor. It also Indioate* that governor
Mcintosh hii won his greit fight
against Barnard Macdonald, th* local
manager ot th* eompMy'* British CM
umbia property. Th* union members
are rejoicing, ss they ��r* oon6de.it
thnt governor Molntosb will recognise
their organisation. sSeoretaryCotfway
���f th* union *ald tonight: '"Tb* treaty
of peso* will sooii be signed.' Manager
Kadis-** ofthe smelter win told of th*
cablegram ihis awning. B* luugbed
���ud said: "I wonder Whnt their story
will be tomorrow." H�� would not siy
inylbii.g further on tb* -Mtnjswt,  j* .,
shrunk: castes, ll rellev
hu ulllff .lllsl dbsMs-Sa ill
-tfelilby C. W.-FtoM" 7��
-WlisBi a sufferer llud. nswsisansMt sj-sjmfiu
such a neritorii.ua ns��lk-iii* aa cVmiln Jimri
can Khennsailis Ci.re.hiw irlaH **r��t��*��U
It. C. W. Maybe*, ol* TluiinsievT
���ouldu't walk or feed hlsnaelf for
,-sar. too three bptlHs of I
V cured tiioi���opt a pain
Subscribe now forth* Era.
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N*w��poper Directory, just received, is
a thoroughly com plat* and up-to-date
handbook of Canadian journalism.
Apirt from it* stowed purpose th*
book will b�� found a valuable gazetler
of every elty, town and village thst
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tb* population ol each town, indieates
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surrounding neb newspaper town, th*
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paper Adv*rtl��(i g Agenoy, Montr**!
who ar* the pnhi.iher*.
W.nder'ul Remit. Fellow th* Oae s��f
Dr. Clarke's MUL Bast rills.
To th* Editor ot tha Era :
Sir:���W* mike th* following pro
possls to th* reader* of th* Oolden Era:
To my one who ii 1 subject of iheu-
mitism (no matter how long Minding)
or any blood disease, as enumerated
below, and will give Dr. Clark*'* Wonderful Little Med Pill* n fair and Impartial ti ial and do not find aptrfwl i
oure, we will refund tb* money paid '
for the pill*.   If no substantial im-
Srovement i* observed we will in edition, pay |I0 in euh on satisfactory
evldens-se being supplied us to this
We have yet to know of a singls
ess* where th*** wond.rtul pill* hay*
not been almott entlrelj sucesssful In
���ftctlng a our*. CANADA CHEMICAL OO, Peterborough, Onl.
They oured me of rheumatism after
I had b**n givn up. -Andrew Closkey,
Victoria, B,C. ,
Ex-Aid. Ball*y, St. John*, writ**: '*
I cannot speak too highly of Dr.Clark'i .,���
Wonderful Llttl* B*d Pill*.    Thiy >]
worked a ssiracl* in my caa* and cured 1
me atwr many year* ot suffering.   I do Cl
not think th.ir ��qu*l is to bt obtaintd. t}\
Nothing Ilk* Dr. Clirk*'* Llttl. Bed /I
Pills-for  th* cor* pt Mart trouble, I
weaknesses and bleed diseases.   Hav*
foroes, *.
a-wthiag Is kaiAeaiar. Ttat-riat
coiiM hardly be pulled ftom tk* tagtt
when Jt was put ther* ~ * ���
Infers douTgrow thin'aloae.' Hew thin
9��_**��J*"? W.-^.M*mafl^m
tetati   Almost  ��� -*_m*m*m**^^^^^^^^
k*s been Miag snd waaflag'away, .tha
 given to cltOdmi ba* mm h*sra
dries th. dmias which uu
rtmigth, balls insasamatlon
and htallar power ef Dr. JMtret's
Preantptian.    It rrfulates the
the drains which undsnala* DM,
imatlon and sjikeia-.
used them everywhere 1
Dr. E F Mann, lat* ot
South Africa. Hn^aaaBBBnasm
Dr. Clark*'* Llttl* Bed Pill* parraan- \
���nlly cured in* ef baoki ohe. I suffered < '
foryssrs and only look two boie*. <"
That is a year agn. 11 hav* not had a \
symptom *lno��-' Jaraes B. Tackion, 1
Saull St* Marie, Onl. 3
I do net bethm there -1* a taeiiein* %
io compare with JJr,Clark*'* Utile fl
Bed Plifsi.'f' Wit mm nn of Indigo*. IJ
tion Ind oitirrtfof iSe stomach, afier
nin* yenr*' (offering.-H 8. Macdonald, G.T.B. shop*, Montreal.
~      '��� Little <Bed Pllli ,��re A
rhu*rn��t;i*n|,*llli*ak.'p*r|fysii, ��a|arrh
ill Motnach ana 11*** trouble*, female l
cetaplaints even w hen I he dlscist* have
been standing lor many yeirt, tbtmoel
gilts. Dr. Clarke'* Sure Cur* for
Catarrh,'ana Dr. Clarke's Sure Cur*
for Eossma, iar** price, 110 will be
paid lor any eaee thty will not ner-
k^C&��& ��W0u�� forC.iar-eh,
m&mt. OI*s��W*B*re<hii��wforIicr-riria,
Mtn* price. Ttn dollar* will b* paid
for any ca** tbey wilt not permanently
t.ynra bad; aast nils .lirlt
Mdtllad DtatOYKT'sad
rtlutlDWfcnii^l.n.rlite's        ,T
AUdiS' *it*\Sv^ijr?i^'.-'r*m.
Aooording t^.n etatfttlenl ilatament
���ariM fei-i,is^<r<t<ydA' recently, th*
KrsU*rriW*sil*soti pnohof tookeyw
has nsebel ��>M. 000 oases. Xb, total
pack will ***il>��ic*��d a -nillloo cars**,
valued at ���S.&OO.OOO. A Seattl* im-
patob uy* that it i* utiipited tbnt
tb* Puget sound woWy* 'salmon paok
for tb* preunt *��a*on will bt 1,100,.
COO cut*, valued a* (14,000,000,
-<J f.
k THE ERA, GOtDEN, B.C, AtJotJST, 30 III*.
NslsonT.ibuna: In dieouniug th*
mineral tax, the opp-.ut.nte of the tax
sask this quesiiou: "Would tb* Tribune bt willing to pay 1! per -cent, on
th* output of it* job offlce?" There
eould only be 6ns answer to audi a
���question, and it woold ba a* follows:
Tb* provisos ot British Columbia does
not glv* th* man engaged in job printing any speoial concessions; it sloes not
give him anything that could possibly
be construed as a valuable sseet; by
no possibls combination of clroum-
liianoes could ih* man engaged at job
printing makt a large ram nl money,
not even If ha owned ev.ry job printing
offlc* in tb* p/ovinc*. On th* other
band the province doe* give th* mine
owner a special concession; it gives
bim something that i* considered in
all countries a valuable asset.. lt
givu him a monopoly te tako from
aground, whose boundaries an defined,
al). the miaeral* therein; minerals
that once extracted and sold are no
onger an uaet of the province. The
miner also exiraoted may yield the
miner million* in profit, or they may
���lot yield him a dollar. Tb* job. printer
who get* nothing from tbe province,
except the protection of its laws, ia
required to pay taxu on the value of
bis plant,, and pay it every year
whether he makei a profit or a loss.
The miner who gets special concessions
(rom which millions ara sometimes
realized, ia not required to pay a duller
in taxes on either his realty orbls per-
ssonality ; he tl cnly required to pay 9
per cent on the value of the mineral
-actually mined, and Ihe tax is thsn
not levied on tbe lull value ofthe
mineral, bot only on its value after tbe
costs of transporting it and smelting
it ara deducted. The job printer pays
���a anuual tax on hi* capital,-; th*
miner pay taxes on aomething thit he
���gets from ths provinoe through th*
-employment of capital.
Every printing offlce in Britiih Columbia couhl be purchased outright for
-*600,t00. Them printing offices pay
th* province lu the neighborhood of
���6,000 a year in taxes. The mines In
Britieh Columbia oould not be pur-
st-based for ��1C0,000,0C0. Do the mines
|��y taxes aggregating II.OCO.COO?
-Would uol one fifth ol that sum b*
���aeaier what they pay ?
DAT-Sirs. 0. U. Hurl, HO llrasdwav, New
Tt'-irk, snvs. "I a... surprised and delighted
���Htthoebauftefurll-e better ia ny ease iu
' one day Iro.n the iuo of Dr. AguewVCa-
tarrhnl Powder.   It worked like iiiagir
tjsore'a no oss/use for a jpersoi Mlfering'*pabi
-aitb this remedy srit&ia react. UO cents.
London. Aug. 23. - Whltaker
-Wright, managinjt director of tbe Le
Boi Company, tendered bi* rttignotion
ystsatarday. The extraordinary general
ineetisg ot thareholder* will be held
on Thursday nent.
Proxies ��cls��gonl��tio to th* pteseqt
management are being received by the]
thousand.   It It altogether probable*'
oleam-reep of the entire managemen-
will b* mad*.  Th* Britiih Columbia
and Northport offlolal* are generally
A hwrly *pp��iit* doe* not alwaja
indicate a healthy condition. It I* not
the o,usi(itl'j/. of food wbioh i* eaten,
bnt the quantity wbioh ii usimulited-
whleh deterutine* th* actual value of
the feed oonmnad.   If th* stomach
nntl organ* of dlge*tl*n nnd nutrition
���annot eonvert th* tm* into nourish-
. .^*_ttttr^^^^^^^^
���unt, and Into Mood, tfcsn the food i*
k ** l*l*ty IntteU ef a tawflt. For ill
dltorder* el th* ttemuf ��nd ft* allied
strgM* ef dlgaetldisMsl nftriilen, thtn
lea omain reinedy > Dr. PlrreVt
Oolden Mediul Direevwry. It removu
clogging eUtreetton^   - J"  v
tb* stomsch, nourlshsr tb* nerves, en-
r|shw lb* blood ind bnild* up the body.
It I* a flub forming, muscle inakliij.
preparation, Asking-fir*-. ftt*h iis-Mo^a*
ef flabby tai. '���Ootao* Medical Di*.
oovery contain* ao aioajbo^ wtltiyof
Intoxicant cf in i kind, and is eQgtWy
Itt* from opium cocaine and all nar
. ootid. :-;���...
/j 6
Some time ago there wu a notable
automobile procession In the city of But-
lalo,N.Y. ft*��*sr��tableforits.iK,and
also for tbe feet that it wu entirely com-
red ot automobile -sraeons (tike Uut
the cut above), built to distribute
the advertising literature of the World's
Dispenatty Medical Association, propri-
etars ud snanufactnrers of Dr. Herce's
oediciaea. In many a town and village
Or. Heme's automobile hu been 'the
pis-mess horseless vehicle. These wagens,
tent to every important section of the
country, are doing more than merely
advertise Dr. Pierce's Remedies���ibey
are pioneers of progress, heralds of the
automobile age.
And this is in keeping with the record
mad* by Dr, Pierce and his latuous pie-
rtions, which bare slwoy* kept iu
front on tlissjtr nterita. Dr. Pierce'a
.Oolden Medical. Discovery Ts still the
leading medicine for disorders and dis-
aases of the stomach and digestive and
nutritive systems, for the purifying of
the Maoi and healing of weak lungs.
Worsen plaoe Dr, Pierce!* Favorite
PrcscriptiosB ia the front of all put-up
���-"-fares specially designed far women's
The vride benefits this medicine
hu brought to women bave been well
tumsaed up in the words " It makes weak
*A_me�� strong and sick women well."
The reputation of Dr. Pierce's Pics*
ant Pellets srs a safe* and effective laxative for family use is iatesdiatlonal.
It may be asserted without fear of contradiction that no other firm or company
engaged in the vending of put-up medicines cau rank with the World'a Dispen-
���ary Medical Asasciation, either in ths
opinion of tne medical profession or ot
tbe intelligent puMic. The 'iivalldS'
Hotel and Surgical Institute, which is
connected with tbe "World's Dispeu-
ssary," is alone sufficient to prove this
supremacy. Here is a greut modern
hospital, always Sited witb patients.
where every day successful operations
ere performed on mtn and women whose
diseases demand the aid of surgery. No
hospital in Buffalo is better equipped,
with respect to its modem appliances, or
the surjjical ability of its staff. Dr.R.V.
Fierce, the chief consulting physician nf
this great institution, has associated with
himself nearly a score of physicians,
seech am being a picked man, chosen
for his ability in the treatment and cure
of scnte special form of disease.
Tbe offer that Dr. Pierce makes to
men and women suffering with chronic
diseases of a free eoinnltation by Letter,
it really wituoiu*; a parallel. It places
without s��st or charge the entire resources of a great nvedical Institute at
tbe service of the sick. Such an offer is
not for one moment to be confounded
with those offsrr*of "free medical advice"
which are made by people who are not
physicians, cannot and do not practice
medicine, and are only saved from prosecution by artfully ���jording Iheir advertisements ao that they give th* iuiprcs-
*on Jthlt (bey ar* physiclsns without
airing the claim to sbe licensed.
Theu wbo write t* Dr. Pierce, chief
consulting physician to the Invalids' .
Hotel arid Surgical Institute, Buffalo,
N.Y., may do so witb the assurance tbat
thsy will receive not anly tbe advice of
a competent physician, but tbe advice
-' e physicists* whose wid* experience
th* uutiutnt and sane of disease, snd
who*! sympathy with human suffering
ImUtaJreadcasp, sjertonal inter-
. aU thou whe seek hi* help aad
thit of hkaasoctat* staff of specisllsta.
Dr. Pierce's Medial Adviser (in paper
raven)i. unB pig**, is sent fm on re-
ceipt of Ji ono-etnt stamp*, or 50 stamp*
lor the cloth-bound volume, to pay ex,
- W.'
tienstoms and mailing mty." Ad-
Dr. R. V. Pierce,      *
I   . 1 s aa a u a se.
PsU.atlag RallwayCtia'*
Ottawa, Aug... 23.-The. department
of lira Interior reports In connection
wllhl th* patenting of. railway lands
in Manitoba and lb* Northwest Territory tbat th*i��< haa bwn patented 10
th* Caosdlin Psolflo Billwiy crra.s
my up to date about 0,000,000 aires,
Mtapritlag land* on th* main lin* and
���bo a portion touth of it, at wtll u *
large quantity Jo Ns-srthsrn Alberta.
ffh* dapartmint lyH* \t\-to patented
ft ��tr*ngib��t|'P��eilctlljl nil the )**\t under th*
land grant to the Alberta Hallway and
Coal company. Thit comprise* about
1,100,000 acre*. Th* Calgary and
Bdmonlo* bave **o*lv*d patent* lor
stf-bOO a^tu..' Thi* nukes over 10,-
COLON Mm,M tht bulk of wbioh
pajents haw bscnj issued since Febru-
���srjr lut.        .._''-_
sndl ��iH Mil my tr**** lh*Mktsaj
Hi cents." Mis a btr,.  81
.'������*,- i.j,m ��� 'm**���,
Th*r* b�� bun a flutter of exoit*
ment dtring ih* pant wuk in FrtiUKJ
ocuiloalsl by Tarkcy refusing to great
certain dtmtnil* el th*Fi*iieh e**-
ornment.  It tm thonght nieutsrj
at one tim* to mak* a naval, (tamo*
atretion, bnt later en in tbe tt-itm
Sultan cam* to his kneu, grantingliir
eoacutlon* uked for, and all ironblei
I* averted for the ll******* luiK h '
  iaf a **Tt aHfaaSi    i   -*���    I  ���
 An Impswiaet-mining dial look plaui
Iron dapull passtd troi�� th* hands ej 	
C. V. Hill to lhat ef ��� strong Montreal Jtb�� boat cheun to uii against Sham.
luterct ll bting manilultd
In the ccinlnu ygeht -eon tut for the
li^eitHH eball-snge cup. > Einert, ag
res thst Sbamrook U laa bat er boat
(hmn -Wiamrock I, but the ssmeoan*
���sjib��iel4"o|th* Constitution. Thi*
lausj*isA*)sn.ieVn creation was defeated
in a race with the Columbia ever the
uual course by something over t
laluut* lu a receat tri��t*��ln. tt looks
now tiithjogh th.Colambla will he
ri.WklyAd.pskd by Ku *sWasw��aw* to
Uw aaatlaa Ag*.
It Is Impossible to trace the origin of the
domestic oat with certainty to any exlst-
ina* speoles or vu.Iety of wildcat. Indeed
the time at which the cat wu flnt domesticated and Introduced to human society Is
simply a matter of conjecture. Professor
Bhaler expresses the opinion that the domestication ol the cat must have been
muoh later than tbat of the dog, while naturalists give reasons lor believing to the
Bone peeplo agree with ProfecsorSfcaler
snd (or this reason: Tbat dogs were prob-
sbly km domesticated In order tesassMt In
hunting, and therefore probably In wbat
bulled the bunting age of bum**widely i whercM the oat has nowhere been
generally used u a hunting animal. The
dog 1. esMntlall* gregarious. BstsvosM
hunt In paoks, end whoa Introduced ton
human family herogardsthe family as his
pack and hunts accordingly, m that bo Is
sasUy made serviceable liy the human
hunter. The cat, on the contrary, Is un-
soolaL It lives alono and hunts alsue, M
that It could not be expected to be easily
trained to hunt, either with men or for
msn. In fact, the only member of the cat
family that Is known to hove been trained
to hunt Is tbe cheetah, though an snclcnt
JBgyptlan painting, whleh may be seen la
the British museum, reprcsonsa cat which
la apparently assisting a hunter to catch
There is another reason for thinking
tbat thecal must have been adopted by
man after tbe hunting age���namely, the
oat', wonderful attachment to localities.
Animals like the wolf, with which the
dog Is mott closely allied, follow their
prey over vast tract, ot country snd seem
to be entirely destitute of local attachment, Tbe wildcat, on tbe contrary, settles down In a particular spat and wslls
for lis prey to come. When removed from
Its accuatomed habitat, It seems to lose Its
skill, and therefore would be useless to
men In s hunting age, becauso tn that age
men seldom had fixed habitations, but
roamed abroad wherever gome was to be
fonnd. Of course much of thll Is eon
lecture. Whether the cat or the dog was
flrst adopted by man cannot now be oor-
titnly known, but tbe cat wu well known
u a domestic animal at an early period of
bumu history.���Boston Journal.
sOdd VattsKas That Are Aired la tut WUl.
,        and Tsstamcats,
Duchess Dudley, dying In 1058, left ��100
(1600) per annum for tbe redemption of
poor English Christian slaves from the
hands of "the barbarous Turk," and In
the year 1T2J Thomas Ooltoaof Hcxton
proved his enmity toward bis own kith
snd kin by cutting off his throe sons and
his brother Timothy with a shilling apiece,
while he showed his sympathy for bis distressed countrymen by leaving tho bulk of
bis property, about $135,000, la trust le
tbe Ironmongers' company. One-bnlf of
tbe Interest of this largo amount ho dlreoted should be expended In ransoming British subjects Irani slavery In Turkey or
An old lady of Darton, Lincolnshire,
bolng onco benighted on the Lincolnshire
wolds, wss able to direct her steps by
the sound of the curfew bell from St. Po
tor's church. In grateful rouienibrnnc
she conveyed a plow of land of 13 acres to
the parish dork and bis suct-ossars, on
oondition that thoy and ho ring tho bull
from 7 to 8 p. in. dally, Sunday oiceptod,
from tho carrying of the flrst load of barley nntil Shrove Tuesday. Tbe curfew
twills still rang In England In some placet
In accordance with old bequests.
Soma persons had a curious predilection
(or their own .mines���a predUretlon which
found vent occasionally la a puerile man-
user. Thu one Henry Omen left his estates
te bis sister, with the proviso that th.
should give (snr green vests, lined wltk
green galloon, to four poor men every
Christinas, and his fellow townsman
Cray directed that 0 "nobles" ahould bo
spent annually In providing six old women with vest* of gray doth snd 40 shillings
la providing throe old men with costs of
tbs mm* material.���Outlook.
rock II.
���ew -Xltne* Wu Wrlttta.   .
"Of'Titus'It must bo sold that Itwu
tbe result of tho belief of my mother la
mo," staid Mrs. Florence More* Klngsley,
telling la Th. Ladles' Home Journal how
sho oomo to write "Titus, a Comrnsi. of
th. Cross." "A favorite unci, wrote to
me Ibat such a book was wanted and said:
���Write It. You can do It.' I did not be*
llowo thst I oould, but my mother Insisted.
'You eu. II Is In rou. Write the book.
It will be aauooess.' Thst yoar I was a
very busy woman, for I bad a young son,
and 'Tltu' was written with many Interruptions. I would go off to writs a chapter, be Interrupted by a baby voloo, drop
my pen, rush down stain to *ee whether
there bad been 11 accident of sny sort or
whether my little folk wore bsvlng so....
���psclal good tlm* in which tbey wished
me to join*
"Whlls writing 'Tltu' I forgot all
���bout tb* possibility of Its being a succres
w failure, only I grew to lovs the story.
And ysl II ume to roe In an odd way,
Tbe noun wsrs u flllod up thst I seemed
to hav* ne tlm* to think, bat I have always beu In th* babll of waking early,
and whe* tb* sun wu just rising those
lovely summer mornings It seemed as
though ths story of 'Tltu' um* to me In
a dream aad u If I were compelled to
writ* It"
Aa uoellonl piece of advice wu that
eao. given to OUrg* Gray, a young Motb-
odltl prenoher, who was ��� mstre tray when
bo began hie work. Within ��� few days ol
tb* lime b* wu 15M years old his nam*
WU on the teoordsof an annual nnferonoe
u a traveling preuher���the ywageetoan-
dMatesvsrrreceived Into. Uethodlst Kpli-
cosul ohurob. He wu nml ta lb* Birr,
elicult la Vermont.
Asbeniounted hh horss tout out for
bis appelated Odd of labor, a jaunt ot
mors than Kit mllu, Us unols, a Methodist of mnch shrewdness (nd humor, gav*
him a pattlnglddren wblcb he never for*
to wblob beufiw whirred In later
"Never pretend thst you know muib,
George,"mid be, looking upat the youthful rkhw frem ante late shaggy eyebrows,
"for If you do u JT-etsod the people wUl
���oon And out that yon art sadly mistakes,
bnt neither," a* added after a moment-*
paam, "nssd yon Idl Item bow little yon
knew,,for tbl* thty alll Snd oul won
���oough."���Youth's (-ouipanlna.
SUmki  Thru ure a IhaWwwtw 1
Canadian Pacific Railway
Starting June 10th, will
make the run from sCoait
to cout in	
100 Hours.
Cheap rates how in effect
to th*  ......
For full particulars apply
to the nearest local agent,   .
or to   . ' .    .    .   ,    .
Oolden, B.C.
Churoh Services.
ST. Paul's-church of bnolaku.
Services every Sunday at 11a.m. and
7:110 p.m. Celebration of Holy Communion 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month
after Morning Prayer, and on Greater
Festivals and Holy Days at 8 a.m., or
as may be announced from the chancel,
Ssinday School at 2:30 p.m.
All are cordially invited 10 attend
the services.
C. F. Yatbs, Vicar.
Service every Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School and Bible Class at 3
p.m. sharp.
Choir practios every Thursday even*
at 7.
Bev..V. M. Pc*dv, B.A., Pastor.
Servires erery Sunday at 11 a.m. and
7:3   pm,
Sunday School ��t 2:30 p.m.
Prayer Meeilngou Tuesday at8p.m.
Rev. R.B. Laiulby, Pastor.
Oolden Is the distrdiuling point for tlie rich
Mining Divisioiis of Uolden and Windermere. Trains, mails, stage and bouts arrive
and depart as follows:
C.I'.R. from Enst, 1&5T., Daily.
"   West, lO-ttl,    "
Slnpo from Windermere, 10.-00, Frislav.
SS. Duchess from Whiileristere, 10-00 Wednesday and Sunday.
C P.R. jriug West, IS|-f., Daily.
"       "     East, IOKbI    "
Stage to WI.itlers.iero, 8.00, 8i.ns1.sys.
81*. Diiiiiess lo Wimlermere, 4;00, Tuetdiys
outl Fridays.
Mails arrive aud depart from Uolden Post
Office ss below.
Arrlve-From Cast ISS'idaily.
"    West 10-09"
-     "    South nHO Wed. and Friday.
De|.nrt-For West IS US daily.
"    Eaat   IlkO*! "
-    South 1.1:00 Saturdays; 18:30
Registered mail must be lu 10    iuutei bc-
fore.msils close*
Pacific standard time.
A. K. * A. at.
Mountain Lodge, No. 11. A. F. ft
A. M. Regular Communication,
second Monday in every mentis.
Sotouruleg brethren cordially in
C H PARSON   Secretary.
I, O. O. *������
Rocky Mountain Lodge Ko. .14 meets in
Oddfellows Hall, Uolden, every Wednewisy
at 8 p.m.  Sojourning brethren welcome.
E. M. PEAUCE, N.U. T. KINU, Sec.
Certificate  of Improvements,
LITTLE CHIEF FrirtioulMlural Claim,
situate in the Uolslu Mining Division of
But KsJOtenay District, on the Middle Fork
of tlie Spillfirsaehene river, and bounded
north by vacant Crown lands 1 south by lhe
Whistler snd Favorite, Cr. Or., mineral
claims�� east by MaudS. and Standby, Cr,
Ur,. mineral claims; nest by the inter
national ��nl Favorite Cr. Ur. mineral claims.
TAKE NOTICE lhat I. James Brady,
acting u agent ford. L. Sidnk, 3.3. Kenny,
sad H. N. Baird, Free Miner's Certificate
Not. B 41191)9, U 44000 and B 10764, intend,
silly days from the dat* liereof. lo apply to
the Mining Recorder far a Certilieate of Im
Erovemeats, f ir the purpose of obtaining a
rown Orant of the above elahii,
Aad farther take none*, that action, under
���MlHO 37, must be commenred Lefore the
Issuance of such CerlUk-ate of Improvements.
Dated tltls Thirteenth day ef July, A.D.
IMI. Oil
BO YsMltr
Columbia River Lumber C��*
, Fir and Spruce LumiJer,
manufacturers of Cedar Sills, etc.,
ALL KINDS OF    _.    ���, . *       . _
~ Fir Dimension a Specialty.
*��+ Mills at Golden, Beaver and Kualt. ���+*-
Largest Capacity in tho Mountains.     Terms Cash.
Head Office, Golden, jB.Ci
AGENT for  Golden
and vicinity for the
     Salo of hardly lines
Standard Fruit Stock, Small Fruits, Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, etc. Terms liberal.
Apply now to the
m Sash & Door
1 Factory...
w_\ Engine ttnd Boiler Repnliliii a Spt'oinKy, ,-,��.
na tu
Eleventh tear of Publication.
Circulates Throughout the District.
Subscribers all over the Continent.
Examine our list and seo if there is anything you requift
in Job Printing.   WE HUNT:
SiiirriNO TAC8 '
V1S1T1NQ CARDS, pro.
Rider Agents Wanted
One in esoli to'vn 10 riile nid pxlsibit * sssmrslr l!.Pt n.oils'l l.icvfl* of elsF
n-nnnf-icturs*. TOU OAN MAKE f 10 10 tuO A WEEK ksisles lissvinK t
wheel 10 ride fnr vourss>lf.
1901 lSodcls, High Gradfl Cuarsnrrcc', flC tc 51G
'00 ft "S3 Models. Best Make. ��� ��� $7 to $12
500 Seeond-Hand Wheels,taken In trae'e
by our Chiosgo (tore., many si geei *t new   ���   -   -     $3 tC |8
Wc shlnsnv hi.vcle ON APPItOVAL to mi* one WlTHtfT A (71*9
DEP081TIN AOVANCEift n-iiie Croo Trial Ts-iiti.lt����Woli.i��i��
wisisiiow IJUiySrHJe Mirll.  NORiPKinsisii'
inn from us, ss you Jo not m-i.il to |sssj 11 wiit if the l,iryclc ilosa not suit you'
11(1 lint hill/ ��� ��-l.s*l until j'ou.hnve ��Tiiis.ii forsn.r FACTORY PRI! TS
UU IIUI UU'/ ami FREE TRIAL OFFER. Tlsis 1 i-I...n.I offer Im. hevir
-been cqtinlled and it is s gtiitrants.t!ot tl.e qusliiy nf our ��l.ecls.
WE WANT h rellslsle |sersou In sw.li town to .li**tt ilntlr rntslojinrs for ut
in exohsngs for a bicycle.   Write tods.y for free cHtsilogue snd our H|trcitl off.��
J. h. MEZD CVC1.K Co.. t'Mritjo. GOLDEN, NORTH-EAST KOOTENAY,B.a, FRIDAY, Avayev 30,   COL
f. likrt/Q/$fiW%>%,t/* "������ vQA.'*-*/*.*!/*
| Town and District.!
'.; %..%/*.%<t-Z %/*/&!*/-'* 'i-trt/i/Zt.-at
J. A. BuiRS ot C:.l^*ir.v, wsss in town
for a couple ol days this week.
M. Dsinnrd returned Irom -s trl|xto
Castle ins.usit.itn on Tacsday.
0. Kinnlburgh, ot Calgary, dealer iu
musical iusiruinems, spout Friday in
H. E. Forster came down fiom Fir-
lands with the Selkirk on Thirsduy
Monday next is labor day, and sll
]-l ices of business will be closed, sud
Use Jacks and grouso will likely be
called 0.1 by our local sportsmen.
A gmoral meeting ot the congregn
tion of St. Paul's church will be held
i ii Saturday evening st 8 o'clock wheu
iin|>ortaiit business will bo brought
before the meeting.
.FOUND.-A pedal belonging to s
gent's bicyclo was found near Kicking
Horse bridge on Wednesday. Owuei
can have same by proving property
and payiug fur this ad. Call at oflice.
FOR SALE ���W. W. Oreeuer, far
killing duck gun $S5 00, first class
T.*ea|.ou, will soli tor about lialf price,
for cash. Also ouo Martini Rook rifle,
Hi calibre, T, Hollis st Sons, Loudon.
-W. J.Gould.
Wessi-s. J. 0. Uiljck, W. McNe'sh
and J. Lamontagne left on Monday
night's train for Cochrane, where they
will bo the guests of Mr. Geo. Wells,
and enjoy u tow days'duck shooting on
Lis ranch near that poiut.
Mrs. R. A Kimpton ol Wiudermere,
spent a lew days with her sister Mrs.
Patmore on her way to lhe Pun American exhibitiou, Mrs. Kimpton will
leusaiu iu tbe eust till Christmas, visiting friends in sever*! of ihe eastern
Athletic sports will be hell on the
Football grounds ou Monday afternoon
commencing ut.l o'clock. The most
intimating event will likely by the
boys milo bicycle race for the cliampiou
skip ol North East Kootenay. The
football match will commence at 2 o''
clock.   8eo posters tor programme.
The Vancouver Daily Province, in au
tutorial, says lhat it ever there was a
Rev. Mr. Yates leaves on Tuesday
next, for a short vacation in list Windermere distriot. -
Mr. Thos. O'Brien, whose health
lias not been very good lately, left tor
he Coast on Tuesday.
Wi.H.G. Parsou arrived on Mon
day's No 2. Irom tbe Coast. He was
accompanied by Mrs. Parson and family
alio have spout the summer iu Victoria.
Mr. R. J. Robinson, accompanied by
Miss Robinson, liis sister, who. has
been ailing tor some time past, wenj
tt, Batlit Wednesday, and expects to
remain to, about a week.
Mrs. Stoddard and daughter ol Windermere, is iu towu for a few days.
Accompanlug ber Is her uspbew Waller StodJard, whose clever riding has
been a (nature of the two lust Winder
mere race meets
II. R. Moodie returned from a visit
<o his claims in the neighborhood ot
Fish lake. He had a very pleasant
lirp and found enough fish iu the
creeks lo make it unnecessary to break
ou his supply ot baton.
Vancouvei's aldermen are having a
tioi time arranging for tht entertainment of the Duke ot York and his
suite. A civic luncheon is proposed,
bul a (suggestion that it practically a
command lias been received from Ottawa, that a public luncheon would be
unduly fatiguing to the Duke, and
that the invitations should be restricted
io a very small number. Tbe burning
question now is, "Who will attend)**
The following extract from one of
lhe Gal'ary papers is a very unkind
cut afier the Field Sports Committee
had seut to Calgary (or their printing
"The Kootenay Mail says; -The
Calgary and Canmore band will be in
attendance at iht annual .ports to be
held in Field, B. C, on tbs 24th inst.'
Canmots may havt been there, but
Calgary band hoys ntvtr beard of tuch
a celebration. Why didn't thty adver
list it Y Moral: -Give tht printers in
your ovv i district a ehanoe.
Two ot Iht most interesting works of
the day are being presented to tbe citi*
���satis ot Golden by D W.Harvey, B.A.,
ot Winnipeg. Out is calltd -Our
Elds-x Rrotlier,"��� a presentation of
Jesus  Christ   in  three  forms.    Dr.
Ht lias already covered a good -portion of tbt country, having gone ovtr
Ontario, Manitoba tnd tht Northwest
Territories before coining here. On hit
wty to Vanconver ht stsyed of at
Revelt.okt aud Kamloops, and mtt the
boards ot trade of those towns.
When ht lias obtsiutd tht views
which may be presented to him by the
commercial community, lit will prole
ably have ta interview wiih tht
officials of tbe railway so that hs may
lu able to place iu coutrast any gritv*
auras ot tbs oitittnt tnd tht answer to
such by the railway oompany, and
make his own comments thereon. A,
McLean ll desirous thtt tht inquiry
should bo mret tborongh, It it tor tht
citizens interested in thit important
matttr to set that their yiawt art
:<romptly aud fairly put before lilm.
Alter leaving here ht will go to Iht
Koolenay country and meet iht boards
of trade of Rossland Kelson and the
othor important towns ia that diltriot
after which ht will co tait. Hi ex-
pects to bave tba report ready before
the next meeting of parliament so that
it may come before '.he house for con*
Mr. McLean is acting directly under
Mitiitter Blair of tht railway depart*
ment and his appointment wat made in
June of this year.
strike lhat is universally co.ide.nnel | Parkhurst says ot thsse: "In the first
by j.ublic o|.iuiou it is the pieso.si ��e got the conceptions o| the world's
trackmen's striko. The Provineo is.moit noted artists concerning Jesus,
here stating what it must know to be' Im iho second wo have tht mystic story
untiuo. We belivo that at leasi 80 per j ot the man Christ Jesus - an intensely
cent of the peoj.l* cf Canada are heart- f f*i��,iuatlng production-in the third
ily iu sympathy wilh lho trnck.ueii ip-fi stijjly Christ as lit appears in lhe
ibsir lsreseut struggle tor a living wage, moral pulse of the greatest scholars oi
. . ��� 'tbe last ton years." Tht tecond vol-
In our report ot tl.e Junior Foot-^   ^   ���p.l.....l,  ������.   p*.,^,;',,*
ball Club a dance, ,u our last issue, Jjh*, Elliot!  M.A    . prominent tdu-
th. name of Miss Woodley was mad-,^ of ^ Rim the following
vertatitlyoiuiueda. one who favored j^,   ,������ ,���. eoq,1J1Hll t0 Mr.  H��r.
the gathering with piano accompaui-, y u .m.   ...   hw ^
luouts during a few of the mU*i��umt, j .^^ , c01,y ot  *������.*.���(,, tnd Prlll.
ciples.' Tbe first contains 100 inspiring articles wbich I could with every
young man and woman in this towu
The oversight was due to the fact that
Miss Woodley officiated duriug ths
le.uporary absence of our reporter from
Use ball.
Surfact indications point to a job ot
some kind between the Provincial Department of Education and tht eastern
publishing houses that produce tchool
books. Parents inform us tliat they
are compelled with wearisome and
costly frequency to purchats new sohool
boohs tor their children, and with
tvtry cbtngt comta a markad Increase
in tilt price ot tht bookt. Primen tbtt
were 10 cents taoh art now 15 cents,
standard readers formerly rold tt 25
cents bow retail at 85 cents, and to on
all through tht litt. So far tt wt otn
see the change! madt in tht school
books are'.unimportant, limply sufficient to provide excuse for forcing upon
the parenti of children attending tht
public school! fresh expenditures. The
stationers handling these school bookt
mskt a very small margin nf profit on
actual tales, and owing to the frequent
olisngtt thty find Iheir shelves loaded
down with ttocks of hooks they cth
not dispose of at any price. Meantime
ilie eastern publisher growl rich. Ho|i,
J. D. Prontice, Minister of Education,
might |srofitably devote a little time to
investigation of this grievance. Tht
Province spends a very largt turn sn*
nunlty upon education, tnd on tht
wholt, tht money i: wtll tpent; but
thtrt it no excuse for this shsmeless
bleeding ot tht partntt of school children, many of whom ean ill afford tbt
outlay, tor tht tnriohment of taitorn
publishing dims.-Kamloops Inland
information, plant tnd other 'dat* re
suiting from this survey will ht laid
btfore tht legislator*.   With this bt-
<ors each member an Intelligent dlS
cmsion oan bt had on tht lubject that
may bt fruitful in- arriving at tomt
understanding or  basis on which to
ntgotitte for tht early building of tht
Coast -Kocttnay railway.   The surrey
it an independent oae, and it is all
nonsense to lay that it it bting dont
for tht benefit ot auy particular. railway company,   It it bting dont far
tbt benefit Ot tht ptoplt of thll province tnd for them only. Beside, when
negotiations tor tht building ot tbt
propoitd road do come before tht ltgit
latlvt,  tht Government   will makt
ample provision for a full reimburse
aent* ot all moneys expended uow on
tbt lurvey."   C-mtinuing Mr. MoBridt
pointtl out that tt tht time ot negotiation! for tht construction of a railway between the Coast and tht Boundary diltriot, during tht latt session,
thatE.  V. Bodwell, solicitor for tht
Viotoria, VancQuvtr k Saturn railway
refund to givt and security tor build-
through tht Hopt range. On behalf of
hit oompany ht htd agreed to building
SO mlltt from taoh tnd. Wbtn it oamt
to discussing tht Hopt range ht had
declined to go on.   Tht reason for thit
in Mr. McBridt't opinion, wtt that a
practicable pan throngh tht range had
not at that timt been located.
lis full of Business���in fact, we Lave a ttttlt more
than we**** handle just now. (Women, however, wait patiently their turn to purchase tbi
Bargains now offering.
Hark, Learn and Don't Forgot
the Following  .   .   .   .   .
ails 'I      ������ ������' mt    ��� i    was i   saaaas. i s pi taas t. ������ ��� ���asawaaaaast
We are now doing Busin<ws on the
and intend to stiok to it or leave town
would nad. Tbt second part, which
A brilliant young divinity student of u lo ine worth twics tht priot qf tht
Wi niljseg, D. W. Harvey, B.A., occu- L ���,���*--.,, gives helpful iufoiwation con-
j.ied ihe pulpit of tbt Methodist ���i.-.-.j-.g ���**,*������ HUI women of whom wt
church lasi Sunday evening, preaching ���..,,��� ... ���llil, ^ |*-*ya i0me know
uu the suh'-cl ot the "Song ol Songs." i,..*-*,." *ji*t portralts and blographiiis
Altbougl. ouly a youug mail, Mr. Har-;���,���).,),. 0f,tf |lig|,|y (-y p*.0{ Elliott,
toy Wan able and cultured sjseaker,'-j*,.,-^ *iearly 600, and oomnrlst the
em-item and deep. Few \>ill forgtt the )10>u4 eharactori of all cou..trlei, ages
I -ieu.aui half-hour sjieiu in listening |ttud Vuo��tiont. Oar joung Irltnd hit
lo hi* dsaawurst. 1 pushel lliuae works with s icb energy
Tue S inlor Football club trt racel- in tho putt two years at lo win, bt
ing wish many unexpectsd difficullici side* hi. salary, tbe publishing firm'*
iss guii.ssg their leant together lo go to grand prist of MOO, which lias enabled
U.vsjL.uIij ot. Labor Day, Mossrs. l.i.u to put hlutelt tud bit til'.or
Dr. Taylor, Pinkham, La Fluor aid through thos*coi-legeyears. Wtwlsb
Alsxauds. li ..ling it impossible lo go. him continued success in his nsw field.
Sjveial j ti.io.s will bt taken to Ull up I,. Calgary Mr. Harvey's success was
ti.e team, but u victory cannot be ex-, pheuomenal, having secured 184 ordtii
'   js-suitj uuder il.e circumstniices.   Out beforo reuordiug a fuilur*.
i.iiug is cei',aiu, however, and thai is, ]       [ m
i.i-ii.lhote wl.ogo will have a good
tuns whether tliey win.or loose.
lie**.*. A. S.uart aud A. E B. r-
iiuaierof E-quininlt, rtlurued from a
Mires. we��ks' stay at tht Sinclair Hot
H .rings, which they own. Wheu seen
bv our repi-ssentalivt Mr. Smart ttated
ln��c if he could get a waggon road
- built iulo tbt tprings that ht would tt
onus pruuet-1 to enlarge tht spriug by
(.whisk in a oeiajui basin that would
provide iuoreasusl bathing facilities,'Tue��,liiy, btgiu bis inquiry Iuto tht
H..d ��.wt a��hoM��i.��t the springs whert q-itstiou of railway freight and passeu-
viaisors. oould Im aasoiu.usidalod duriug ger rate* as tl.ey a lost I Iht oo.uniuuily
iheir Slay. Tliewaienol lite**springs lu-re, mt.* lbs Vasscouvsr Province.
I.a.e bsstu autlystd by ous. uf tht tors- Aiiai.gesue.iu hatrsss besu mod* for a
luusi auklsrslsof E.-iUuJ, who ISpons (lueSiiug tasitwwi. I.iul tud the Van
1,1-11,1 lu lw aiuiosi iJj..iic��l with tl.e oouver B .aid uf Tr����U, au.1 ll.t uutliua
wori. fawttil miueroi *,.i'iugs of Bail., | of as.,, vosu,,lui..u wind, may hi' made
Ei-tUuiL Tnt W��K*ou ruai tstq-iiiwl, f.'Utu ihi* oily nud lutt.t.twwliug dis-
vsuulJ only U a iiui* u.ei a U|.it illt Iriul wilt then Im placsil' iattors him.
|-i���Kiii aud it. ��uusftrs��!iiuu wwald bt a | Mr. JleLaaij is V,orbing tuiiraly
usttt ttuii��s��iw,.sw fur tissauiiusar* oi tbt, tbruugb tbt val iou. board, uf trad* uf
WiksiwiiMrt fi.st.rivt. l��*-riicul*rll" lu|tbacuuuiiy tugoiaiiistiailivaytiiua.
rtt-ttri'W*-1 pvisu-ii.il Stvs-M-ai ui�� hich | tiuu a* il affeaiw lb* ,l,Q��.ul comuiuui-
tlo.** laositu )4��tulii*taut points for 1 tit*. ki.J llie ssJsaisouf lis* eotuiui..iun
Any Con.plul.it orcltli-.ua lts.x��rdla(
syrulibt aal rus*usig�� (Jbars., will
ba Iteeulvul, Uut tssaoU btntuuiaatt
Mu.t ba -U.tsluTb.ou*h til* Us,ora ot
Nr. S. J. MoL-aa, of Ottawa, who
ha* beon sptoially' appoiuted tor tht
purpose by the Railway departuiont ot
the Doiniuiou Coveriiuioiu, will, ou
liakt* su li,e ci.li.6 boiiiiulm.
ON HAND. This is too large a stock for our present
premises and we intend to. sell lialf of the Goods in the
next 60 Dam We ate now in the firing line and da
not intend to lot anyone undersell ua
Tht Nelson Tribune's Princeton cor-
respondent says:-Word wtt received
in town during the wuh that tht iur-
wy parties in tht field for tht Provincial Oortrnmtnt, with a view to
finding a pan through tha Hopt range
fortht propoted Coin Kootenay railway, wtrt being followed bv anothtr
ptrty ot engineer.. It it surmised
hare thst tbt second outfit represents
tht Victoria, Vancouver 4 Eastern
railway. This makes tht survey mor*
interesting than* tvtr, at whtn Iht
Legislature next rants, thirt will bt
���n tbundtnot ot data btartng on 'hll
much discussed question. Htrt th*
opinion It unanimoui that thtrt doss*
exist a pan through tht Hopt rangt
mffiolently low lo jvsrmlt of tht build*
ingot a rtilwty.
Hon. Richard MoBridt, minister of
ptiUs. acctrnp^iiitj- by Dtnis Murphy,
of Athswoft, msfinbtr for Wnt Yate,
havt bttn hstrt invntigating thert
quirtmsnttol Princeton and district.
Tht burning td-ilt of tht day���iht
Government's railway poller���drew*
from tht minister till following! 'I
wish to dtuy emphatically that a
proper turvty ot lha Hopt mountains
for a feasible pan for a railway, hat
tvtr bttn* insult. A certain porliou of
tht prist hat atlacked tht Govern
utoui for sending out *u tngineeriag
party, claiming that others iutsmltd
iu thst construct iou of a railway lor
*h* Hop* tangs Lay* already tnsidt
surv-b'i. Thi* I. not tbt cite, and 0
tut-uipt io properly locttt a Hut ol ;
railway through tbl* portion ot tht
propottd CsMsH-Kyottua./ railway' i-ott*
ho* t-tr batn madt. Tut-(rws��rum*i)t
prupsMt. to makt a cosaprvtMUtiv* snr*
itty, aud (urihas-, patp*** ba* platwd
iii tl.e Oold a piny Of tugiuM.si under
the dsrsMiiuti uf **govtruor Edgar
D*wslu*y. W< boi*, uud. firmly be*
Imvu, that the luitsiuu will be tucc***
(ul iu dioco/wiiig. it t-iasiblt pss*. Tut
Premier Dunsmuir wtt in Atlin on
Aug. 10.
Doctor! from all ovtr tin Dominion
are in session iu Wiunipeg this week.
The Kingtton A Pembroke Railway
has passed into tht hands ot tht C. P.
R. Company.
Premier Roblin, of Manitoba, had
hit partner in tbe cattle businns arrested Aug. 27th on a charge ot ttttl*
Tht output uf gold from Klondike,
th is year, Is expected to reach $20,OCO-
COO at lutl. Stmt think it will go at
high as *25,000,000.
Vancouver laboring mtn are preparing a monster petition to bt presented,
if possible, io tht Duke of York, bear
ing on the question of Oriental immigration. The jTobabilit.es tre, however,
that ihey will uot be peruiiltetl io
p stent it.
It it slated the Canadian Northern
will ship all tbs season's wheal seas red
on their Manitoba linn, vi* Daiuth,
atrangtmfntt tor. eltvator accosnmo-
dationat Fort William having Inn
Wm. Whyte, assistant to the president of the C.P. R��� what btt Inn
travelling through Russis in tht interests of his oompany, with a view to
finding out tht possibilities of tradt
dtvtlopmtnt, rtturntd to Vanoouver by
tht Etnpmt lint on Wtlnnday, hav-
Utn away for three months.
Tht Chiuett Of Ntw YorS art pre-
ptring a big reception to Prinn Cbutn,
of China, brothtr ot tht Emperor, who
it now in Berlin conveying to tbt
German Emperor official expression of
China'! grief at tht mnrdtr of tht
German minister, Baron Von Kettler,
in tht stmts of Ptkln, by tht Boxtn.
Tht Prinn will return to China via
Ntw York and Vancouver.
Tht Yeomanry troops in South
Alrtoa havt broktn thtlr record. * Thty
actually mtt thi Dutch and got off
without my of thsm bting captured.
This fnt It recordtd by Kitchener ai
follow! I ���' A convoy on lit way from
Kimbtrlty to Orlquatown wai attacked
ntar Bool kopje, Tht attack wai
drlvtn ott by Ctpt. Humby'i tttort ot
iht 74th Lnptrltl Ytomasry, who lott
niM.mtn kllltd tnd IS wounihd. Tht
convoy was brought in stilly. Raw
lluaon caught 18 Trantvtaltra afttr a
40 mlnuts gallop In tht optn ttstof
Look at these SNAPS   .   .
2,000  TINS Best Condensed Milk, onljr &C. per tin.
20,000  TINS Best Canned Tomatoes, Corn, Peas and
Beans, 3 tins for 2&C.
5 Tons New Evaporated Peaches, extra choice, 3 Iba
for 25c.
During the Holidays we give to every pnrchaser ol,
1 br more pounds of Our Best Coffees or Tew. a l��autlful
present free. We import Our Own Teas and Coffees and
can guarantee'Best Quality and Prices.
We have positively the finest arid best selected stock
of Goods in British Columbia, and onr prices are the closest.
No Jaw-Bone   ....
Taken in exchange for Gooda CASH is the only
article to work; miracles with at Our Store.
G* B* meOEH^OT,
jdroldcn. B.C.
Send Your Money ��# fown,
But for   uii���
Gents' Watches
Silver Novelties
Optical Good*
At reasonable prices, call on
aontuto travel ud sdrertU*��rr.oil tttth-
liiltasdhMitsif soWlaanclal ���tsudliig.-. SJ.
mtytttOA >*y *M��p**m,_Wl**!***t l��
cash.  Vi ooiiv-#*luf .rtoiilrtd. flirt rt-
tMg���vLititta. ***U
House ****
^^GOLDl-ii, B.0.
One of tb* -mam tm*-*- Um;
aged lUei* lu Ikillsh Crfwkbia.
oood wurtE noo^B.
SpKlol rstss lor
*Jvani��� - *
KaTirl, tsj ptr Way,
teg-It lst*i*l*r.. ,
and Cigars.
Send y^|^ ^^ ^Ttte
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