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 * ,     ��������� '.I,,  ,    f   f       '  .'���������   I   ,",.'  t,   ,   It,'  I>vovinc|  a\ uw,  ^> i> ,<i. ���������',- VX'l  s "���������'fliS-'iCl  ^'  /?������/f0 5K  5,000  PEQPLE.  -.ii-i  ' 7'  ' '      '!r'  '      ' y "J  '>v  -  * <I  '; -.' -A  THE HOTEL VICTORIA  K. K. U'ASOX.  VICTORIA,        ���������"     Ii, C.  Aincrltnn nnd Kuro'pinn l'lnn,  AnicrlcBii 1'Inn f2.no and Upwards.-  ,Sluua Heated,     '    Sntnplo room-.. ',  Vol. 10.���������No. 2 2  REVELSTOKE. J3. C, AUGUST 29, 1903:  $2.00 Per Year  0'.  Staple and Fancy Dry Goods  .Ready-Made Clothing",  Men's,Furnishings, Hats, Caps,, Boots, Shoes  < . - <  Our Geo: A. Slater. ^Inyictus Boot" is a.'Daisy. 'Ask to see it.,  ,"��������� i ,j  i- MB  i. IB  ���������H ^  ' fli  - IB  t. H  Hfl   **  -  u  B|  IH -*.  ^H -.J  u HJ  -'CH  ��������� '>'/'"      <  ������������������    /  ��������� 7   ' -  Notice a Few of, Our Special Lines:  -IM    (o     ' '     ��������� UKCHji.Ail  Suits in grey and mixed colors, $6.50,  Suits in grey and mixed colors,  1,0.00,  Men's Suits1 in grey'and-mixed colors,  1 i'.ocv',;  Men's Rain Coats ".....'!'.,. 16.00, ���������'  Men's  Men's  M,ei,i's Rain Coats " '..,'.  Men's Tan Uoots, uU^,m'>Vill6\v .Cal  Men's Tan Boots!'   ,,"    .Vici Kid..  Men's 'Tan Hoots,' '-,_'��������� _ , Box ,Calf. .*,  ���������'Men's Black Boots,  Ladies' Rain Coats'. .  Ladies' 'Rain Coats.  Ladies! Rain Coats.  7-75>  5-0������-  ���������' 5.0(3/  ,4.00V  DonoolajKid,  2.50,,.    . 10.00,"  I   .? '''/���������'''  ...... .-���������'.v..-.��������� 6.00,'   ���������������������������.'   'A-75I-.  ,NOW  $4.50'  ,7l00  '. r7.50  10.00  5.00"  2.50  2.50  2.00.  .1.85'  7.00  4 00  ,3.00  GOLD AT  REVELSTOKE.  Poplar Creek i Prospectors Follovt-  ������������������]��������� ing the Gold,Belt,    p  A party of prospcctois 'from Poplar  creek 1ms crossed the mountains from  Fish cicel: und the country in the  neighborhood of Twin Utittc'is being  thoiouylily prospected. Pine specimens (if .fjold-lieuring flout have been  found in this locality in the past, and  these piospectors arc satisfied thegold-  bearing .belt extending from Poplar  ci,eek through the Silver .Cup.-Netlio  L., the JJentiico, Mohawk - and '- Kisli  creeks, crosses the divide on. the Ille-  cilliwact watershed in that vicinity.  Several of them tell us tliey'cxpcct to  have good news for Jtevehtoko iu a  few days. ' ;  ' '    \  Itecently Mr. Jackson,_ of the Wine  it .Spirit.Co., found 11 line specimen of  quart/, showing free gold in tlie slide  on the railway truck'east of 'Hovel-  stoku. , '-  NAKUSP.  JUST. ARRIYED :'  A,, finc'vissorlirient "of, Dress* and'  :-"���������    Curtain Muslins.    '  I  Kindly favor us with your mail-order.";  it -will-receive prompfjittcntion. ��������� '<   ,  ,   " Kiom our own CnrrosiKimloiit.       r  Mrs. \Y\ Scott/intends leaving for  the coast'in company of Miss Finglund  of Tli roe Foil's. <���������   ��������� \ -  Miss Olive Vanderburgh left Ttics-"  day,for J'ortland, Or., to attend Fhgh  School theic. ,  The,steam'shovel' broke'down last  wcekyciusing 11 delay of ,1 f.*-w d lys,  Mr. MoNichol, president of the C. P.  It., and other oflicials, passed''through  Iieic en loute.for the const Sunduy._  L. JO. Simmons, ,\vho has been customs officer _lieie for some time, has  been moved to Log Cabin in thcKlon-  dyke. .Mr. Sutherland of Kaslo is relieving him at present..��������� ��������� ���������' ,  ' The ti,1111 fiom S.uidon ,was 'llnce  houio hue Tuesday, caused by' whistle  blowing out."     t   -             <���������    ������ .  Sucet's-fOi' tu Taylor J3ros. & George, Fjimile'd  WE MINES.  work occupied two years and cost  $5,000. When it was'done the gold  taken out amounted to only .fUOO. '  G. W. Stead 1ms bi ought on,a visit  to the mining properties in which ho  is interested iit'Troul, Lake, C. F).  Staniwood, 13. J. Quimi,'p. E. Sharp-  less and G. h. 'Alexander of Philadelphia, and FT. L. Gilmourof J,ansdowne,  Pen 11.  The Silvor .Cup aikf .Gieat' .Western  have joined the As'sociated Silver-Lead  Mines,'an'association formed for pooling the output 'of the 'minos of the  province to their, mutual benefit. ' All  010s will bo marketed (Ui'rotigh tlm us-  socialipn. The management committee is.composcd of the lollowing named  gentlemen: .Messrs. Geo. >'Alexander,  Fiyron iN7 White, Alfred C. Guide, W.  E. Zwicky and Donald G. F''orbes,  Messrs. J.'*Jt. Uottrofl, C. J>'ewis, A.  Marshall and S.AV. Jones of Ehvond,  A. Dubois of JCokoino, Oi li. Avcrill of  Jndiannpolis, and Jt, JC. ]>'louter of  Ijinin, Ohio, who aro inttjrested in the  El wood Tinworkcrs Mining company  of Klwood, 'Ind.1 returned Saturday  fiom .Cambonie, wheie they ha'd been  visiting tho Copper Dollar and 'Western Star claims, which they aie operating. They brought back some lino  samples of 01 e and express themselves  much pleased with the appcu.'iinco.of  the properties,'which are the ���������.management of J. A. Diirrugh.a The secretary-  ticisuicr of the company, Mr. Mot'torlV,  has . thorougblj up-to-date1, ideas .of  mining and is determined the management of the company's properties shall  be thoroughly business-like. , The  p.nty left Monday on. their .ietiirn  home.   - .   .- .'    '   < *  LACROSSE.  Revelstoke   Juniors   v.    Vernon���������'  Fulton Cup Protest  The' Jtevdlstokc     Junior   Lacrosse  team returned I<"iiday  from   playing u  game at Vernon.   The boys  weio^woll  pleased-with-the   trip, and altiiough  defeated by���������l.bo close ;score  of 0 to i  weie not at'all  disheartened'and aio  sine  they -en 11, ledeem- themselves in  the  1 ('turning game   here   Sept. 8th  (Labor day),        r '  ^ .Tlio game wiis,'c.\-citing from stait'to  finish, and as thc'scoio  indicates was  anybody's game till   the  whistle blew.  The boys stopped at'the Coldstream  Hotel mid spoilIc  very  highly of the  proprietor, as he did   the  very best he  could to entertain them'.  Tbe team also enjoyed their trip to  Loid Abeidcon's ranch find 011 the  way buck to tins hotel they returned  liy Long lake and had 11 plunge.   .  .The lino up of th'e team was as follows:���������     , < -   ' ���������  BOURNE'S  ���������     Do not o0 fishing, without,, looking-'over our assort-.'  ment of Flies and'otfier Baits, Hooks, Rods, Lines, ctc,-  ' 1 . ' ' * r , ,     ' '   I  ..   A'Ve have'just received'a shipment of Whole  Roast  Mocha' and Java" Coffee.-  Try a pound at 50,ccnts,'it  >w  will  this  do  is something specia  ypu good.    \Ve have Coftee-at till prices  vi:ii.vox.    "   ,       , .   iinvi i.sioki:.  }i-?.,mM;- ,9'!"l 0. Kiiowlton  (."'!V!,.IJ"1*.-.- ...I'oliil  W.CIiainlicrs  <,<ni'i I'niiil \V. Uncle  ire  , British Columbia Apples/Plums and Tomatoes  now to be had in the best.conditioivand at lowest (inures  A. Monona I.I.  ���������I. McConnuli  II Mwir,..  W. Sinilli.  (I Ciiruv .  P. 1'iondi  .1.1'11 my ..  0   liurui'tl  <;; \l"J,lio  Outsail) Homo  \\. iMi(l(lluliiii,.,Iiisnlu llomu  '.!].'|l)(ifoiic������|        Coiitru...  .... 7. Wliiino-i .,  .Wood   X. Lru  ��������� ...R. S111.MI10   \. Ilillior   Liiuiuist   S. Ilillior   1). Ilodil  .  ..'' I'. Oiiiiiii)  J>. PolLiplccu  POLITICAL,  "to  <������r>r$jy i^r^fafae^fafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafa  *:'';7E7;J^BdiaRNE;r:'.-3  % " ;7' ��������� ���������   'ready-made clothing -'"-"���������'���������'"���������-----'���������:^  fa  i������., Big' Horn Bpand/.'B./O. Union Made Overalls, Shirts, etc.*  fa  fa  fa  Boys, Suits, Boots,'Hats and Caps.  \fa  ' fa  \ fa  J fa  fa  - fa  fa  REVELSTOKE STATION, B. C.;  fafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafa  m,^. ?J������,ra-^������xi.M--inaa3*iiiiJaHv.������awa. tM^^t^MMit^^Mf^uMaaaumxiaia^^ ���������  If there is a secret in the success of-our Grocery"  Department it is-the-fact that wc bty'iTiany of '  our leaclinrr  lines   "Direct jfrom Manti-  jfactxtrerz and in large quantities.  Walter Baker's' Chocolate and Cocoa  Premium Chocolate (unsweetened) for "baking.  German Chocolate, svyeet, for.eating and drinking.  Caracas' Chocolate, sweet, for eating or'drinkinp-.  Vanilla Chocolate, sweet, in'tablets, for eating. '  Breakfast Cocoa for drinking.  - Walter Baker's products are a world's standard  ' for purity and excellence. There i.s no better  evidence of the oreat advance made in dietetics,  than the remarkable increase in the consump=  lion of Chocolate and Cocoa. This is a result  of better know ledge of the laws of health, and  of the food value of a beverage which nourishes  the body while it also stimulates the brain.  W  Visitors ^/llbuays *���������������}elcome  hile in the store note the  in each department.  Bargains  ticketed  limited.  fj Millinery and Dressmaking Parlors1 Second Floor \  P5nBninimraw������mh*w<w,lui������^  Tyco slmrcs 111c nt a premium.,T  The Winnipeg has ordered 11 lU-diill  'compiosior.,-" ���������   .  11. FJr.uFisli lias patented a ni.iehine  to s.tvc gold fiom bliick wind. 'J  Tlie smeltcis li.ive increased trent-  mo'nt'ch.irgc-. on  dry 01 es to $12 jici  tOll.v,.^"'     .   -^-..'    , '    '������������������---.'���������;;  \ A 'mining ,iecoid olljec lias been  .opened ut_.FJlbpliir in clmrgeof A'. Jjiieas  pF K.islo:; * _ . /��������� ;.^ ^��������� c -_'f ,  . C. E:x Avon 11 'of Jndi.uiiipolis li.is  putclfiised the,'Del Jtily- on "Mohawk  eieek iitul will openite it.' '     ' '  '-"Gus J^uiicI hns staked a big quart/,  le.ul carrying gold, south of H.iymond  'Allen's cl.iini nt Smith cieek.  The high-piesfciiic  cylindeis  of   the  SOdiill  -conipicssor   .it   tho    Granby  mines bnist and one man w.is iniured.  Aiqueiite,   a   gold   anialg.im    with  silver nnd ineicuiy, h.is been found on  Camp .ind Smith creeks in   the Bend.  W.' i3tiilcr h.is ni.ide   a   rich    strike  on the   Lucky   Jack,   adjoining   the  OysterCriteiion propeityat C.imborne.  The  O10   Dci-.ora  is   putting   in   a  seven-drill  compiessor.    Ninety -tons  of 01c uie shipped daily 'to 'Uoundaiy  Falls smelter. ������   ���������>  ���������  The tiouble at'the Nortli western at  Goldfields is due to a faction light between rival parties among tho direct-1  ors and shaieholdcrs".  ' Another evidence of the general distribution of gold in the Bend i������~th.U  when sinl-ing,i well'at his ranch. Lhn  late J  15   Boyd found good colors.    l  When \isiting Calg.uy this week \Y.  11. Poul had with him a piece of quart/,  smaller than a man's ijst~from the  F.uckv Jack at Poplar that contained  $102.gold.  A well-known hanker has said the  money invested iiKinining equals the  amount of money invested in banking,  but the former pays much larger dividends.  A new strike has been made on the  Lenoia. the ore body being 20 feet  wide and giving the foi'owing high  \aliics Copper 3120, gold .80, siher  11 ounces  TI12 mines oi the Pacific Northwest  have paid .$200,000,000 in dhidends, to  which the Coeui d'Alenes have con-  11United 1-12,100,878 and Kootenay  !(.7,-t(iO.,-)l7  .A FcigusoM and 0. S. McC.uter  lime seemed an option on the Pice  Coinage, adjoining the Sil\cr Cup,  and the option will be trken over by  the Silver Cup Mines.  IF the proposal to eicct a zinc smelter at Y.mcouvei goes tlnough it will  open a new and important field of  mining iu these mountains where  theic aie large btdies oi /,inc oie.  * Development work at Poplar shows  the values found on the sin face continue to go down so far. Kich finds  are icporlcd atheiidwatersofPopl.il  and neigbboiing creeks, galena liaving  been found showing free gold.  Mining iu British Columbia is  steadily getting down to a business  b.iMs The N'.ii Eagle and Center  St.u   pioposc   io put, in n 200-ton con  /i'ho labor party at Kelson has decided not to put. a cilhdidate in-tlio  Held.   , r.  ,'    -    " ������  .. ���������      \   i  Ftcv. F<\ Volland, fornioily, of Jlovol-  stokc, may be consemdive candidate  for Cariboo.     . '' *'    '   > ' '  The Nelson. Tribune-attacks the  WcitcnrKedeiation of Minois'for stip-  porting'thc libeials."     ' .  J. W. Kellic,, whoso c'andidatnic is  announced ,in another , column, will  shoitly address mectings'in every p.ut  of the constituency. _- "   . ....,'  Reports of Prcmie'i ' ���������M'cBiiile's  noitliern tour show as niuch/lissatis-  factiou is expicssed with his speeches  theic ns was shown on *,lns Fvoot'enay  tour.,       .,      > '*} -       '  Tho Boundary Creek Times, in a'  caieful leview of the political outlook  inwthc ( province, claims the, libeials  should carry -26������frCiii.s-'out-of 42, and  'will certainly carry 24 scats..--'-. * , .  'Seveial leading citizens .are aston-  islied.to Find their nanies, not on the  voters list for Eo'clstoke liding, but it  is piobably their own fault for not seeing their applications were in.    '    /  Mr._Boiden, leader of the conservative piuty, h is received a slap in the'  face fiom the Halifax Boaid of Tiade  in his own constituency on.*-account of  his factious opposition to the Gland  Trunk F*acilic.  The Knotcn.nan ������.iys. "The vnteis'  know perfectly well that lieie.iland  best,blood and 'lnew of the conseiv-  ativc party have no use for McBnde  or any single nieiiibei of his non  descript following, which "by couitc-y  is called a cabinet'"  John 01i\ci i-i on the waijiath in  Picmier jMcIliido'a constituency of  Deudney, enlightening the clectois as  to MoBride's action in giving $15,000,-  000 to $20,000,000 worth of coal and  oil lands to'the C. P. It. when he was  niimstei of mines.  At a meotinir of the Iteiclstr.ke  Fjibeial Association on- Tuesday the j  following were-appointed city delegates to the convention tonigb't: " Di  Cios-s, Mesnis... -Cl'arweli, . Haggen.  JDouglas, .1. Abiah.imson, Dallas. Mc-  llac Cook, Dickey,'. Fveaius, Ciowle  niid'Lawicncu  MOST'lJi:   KI'l'l,AYi:i>.     >.     " fj  , The executive of the Fulton *Cnp  decided as follows-��������� ' t  That as the .secretin y ofH the Revel-  htokeclub failed to furnish thciillidavit  icquiied of him in the ailing of the  committee, Ftcvclstoke" lacrosse club  knowingly and'deliberately violated  See. 2, Article 8, of the Fulton" Cud  rules in playing Dodd Bros, in the  game on'July 1st. <   ���������'     ' ' \ <  ��������� Tlieiefore the tcsult of" the game of  July 1st be not, reckoned .in the F'*ul-'  ton Cup sones, Midi tho game he ic-  playcd at Jv.iinloops ^' not ( later than  Sept. 14th, and tliat*"no player shall  play who was not eligible to play July  1st, nnd who is not; still a qualified  member of his club ���������    ' '  BOURNE  j , , m  v  "    , ���������   ' '    '   . ,l ���������'    -,  ,   .     Headquarters for Groceries,     j."*,  .    ��������� of Guaranteed-QualityxV^''^V'j  ��������� Agents forIcOIapy'siStoves,'.Ranges;''Enamel.and'Tinware;;]  '���������ifi-fj.  oeiiti.itoi      I.o Ftoi Xo. 2 will  build   a  concentrator.  Among placet mining experiences  in the Big Bend, GusHedstrom, Hairy  llow.ud ���������ind others put in an immense  Hume on f'oldstie.im below the bridge  to cuty off the water and enable them  to clean up Ihe bed. They whipsawed  SO 000 feet of lumber and limit a Hume  700  foot   long  and 15 feet wide.    The  On Hon. Senatoi Tcmplom.m moving in the senate the sccild leading  of the bill to laiso the Chinese poll  tax to $500, the cmisei Mitiio iiiemb'eis  with the exception of Sc'natm lJoniei  voted solidly against the bill and the  liberals with the exception ol Senatois  Loiibt sand Ftoboitson -gave a block  vote in its favor.  At his Port JCssiugton meeting  Pioniicr McBiido was asked to e\plain  his action in voting in cabinet to givt  the South-Rust ICooicnay coal and oil  land-- to the C. F". II. Ftc said he considered tbe government was making a  good bargain as they were saving .'500,-  000 acres. Although he was niinistei  of mines he know nothing abourtho  value of the land,  Speaking at Westminster, John  Oliver, the hero of the East ICooicnay  land investigation, expressed the  belief tho McBrido government would  be overwhelmingly defeated nt the  polls as ho could not behove the  olccloiale of the piovince would sup-  poitaman who had beenapailyto  those infamous transactions to the  ex-lent the piesent premier had.  The Outciop says as- the lesnlt of  the consci vativc convention at Golden  no opposition will be made against the  Hon. W C Wells and that ho will  have tlie honoi of being elected by acclamation. The Outciop adds- "This  is as it ought to be and piovesthc  higli esteem ho has meiiled and in  which he is held by lm constituents in  this riding, and must be a source of  much pleasuie to Mr. Wells. Considering the hard fight he had over  the Columbia & Western deal���������w hen  his colleagues tried to make of him a  scape-goat but failed���������it must bo most  giatifying lo him to know thai ho  will return to the Icgislattuc with Ihe  ontiio appioval of his actions by (he  people he repiesenls '  fire valley:  Fiom our own Cfiriusiinixlonl.  .Win Calder,who has taken a ' large  contract to cut lugs for the Vale  Columbia Lu'mbei Corstaitod his men  to. woik on-'Monday'.- This is the  second .himbci-^camp to commence'  work heie^this month, and,,' thoie is  ta 1 k" of'"one orj'noi e**boing-;'*stii rted "in  ithe near future.       > *'   .    .      *  ~  '.'Ihisjias been a good ,/sensuu For  fiuiti and " vegetables " tlie orchiiids  and 'g.udens have never;'looked1 so  well as now.        '  ''Mr Sniir.li,' Government VLind  Sifrvcyoi of Revelstoke'," calne 'down  on the.21st. to'survcy tho lanch owned  by Capt   Koisland.*"    -, , ' '"   " c ' .   ,  NEW BUILDINGS.  The oonti ict for the now Fmpnii.il  Bank isabunt $15,000. The building  will be completed liy F'ecomber 1st  E C Fiomey and J. Wilson, of  Grand Forks, aie the sub-contractors  foi the m.i<-omy and brickwork on the  Impci i.il Bank building.  P. Amen, having puichased from  Mis. Mollis the lot ou McICen/.io  avenue next M. A. Wilson's, will eicct  a two-storey building thci'con with  double shop fiont. J. li. Cressman  will occupy one of the shops and A  Fivans the other. .>  > Tcndeis for the Piesbyteiian manse  exceeding tho estimates, the, plans  will boalteicfl and fiosh tenders called  Opening UpJfM Goods  Put in Stock the Last Few "Days!1 ,  '   '-"  "..' ���������'/ .-,    :������������������*   ' '   . -'     ''   "'  iooo yards I able Linen.'. cy '.  <    75 dozen Tabic Napkins, i'   ':   ''if y ,'i,���������<*'"���������      '    "  Sheetings, bleached and u'nbleacped.    "r"���������4,-'  "Blankets, white and"ifrev.    -'."< ,'-'Vl "''  ���������   v. Flannelette Sheets.'        Pillows'.  -������������������*"-, ^QusbLbjis."     ;',  Women's Wrappers.  .Child's 'Dresses.  ,2-f >//������' I  v,'j,s,.''ff3pl  '^"Ladies Rain Coats/in^^ind full lengths.'  ";'''Ladies arid Children's 'KniLy������est.s\irid,--Draw'crs..-!: ;-ls^lV'������$S$  - -       v   ���������  ,    . - - ������   .   r    ,������"���������������'' , '     ������-* ���������%- ay-', 'V"^--r  ' Agents for'Ladies Empress1 Shoes and Butte'rick's Patterns."'' '4l'  Special Prices to Hotels and^Boarding Houses for:Quantities.':-  .MIU.������<jat!U^lllU������UJllM..J^ulf?M|1nlM|rMff;  ������������������t&i''*  - vl.  '    iV  4^  LUMBERING.  The company oiganiscd by J. A.'  Taylor to take over the Kndoiby mill  and Siiftai lake limit's will be known  as the Ok.nufMti Lumber Co  Fin-hided in then puicbase of Iho  timlici limits in the 1%'liend held by  Jas Mc.Mal.oii.tlio Itevolstokc Lumbe'i  Company have taken over'the shingle  mill below i ho old smelter site.  FT I be o.M'i" inv which is negotiating  foi \V (Jow 'ii's limits (i, the Duncan  lake llii'in in ei limy pui pnso establishing at Nelson urn. of the laigoso mills  in the piiiviiii-o to handle the logs  T. A. Iviik was in the city this week  I'io.-i I'lngston, wheie he i- making  good piogiess with the building of the  I'ingston Cheek Company's sawmill  The lliimo for providing the watei  powei is about completed.  *4 ajAv~&surf 4(AuJ^f7n/ omAs*  ffl. A. SMITH & CO., Agents, Revelstoke, B.C.  ,'- T  V1AGD0NAL0 k IVJONTEITH.  INDUSTRIAL NOTES.  J. rainier,  of'Toronto,  iscd ii company   to   eioct  has  organ-         -.   -    a   pulp and  paporTnill on   I'lincoss   Itoyal   Island,  with capacity of 100 ions a day.  TO CORRESPONDENTS.  "One of the Thankful"���������Wocoasidei  theic Jill's been enough said. Such  controvotsy (ends to stit up sectarian  stiife, which is most undesirable in  any community.  we  our goods  Business is still coining our way, and every day.  lave new customers visit us. and when they see  the\ always leave an order.        ��������� "~"  We have now a large stock of Groceries just  opening up consisting "of Olives. Stuffed Olives,  Crosse and niackwell\ Pickles, Jellies, Jams, Olive  Oil. Anchovies. We would like you to give us a  call and  see what a nice line of new stock we have.  Our Stock of Gent's Furnishings  Valuable Time Saved.  Slight injuiies nlteu dKnlile] a man  and cause sev.'ial (lavs' loss of time  and wlii'ii blond poison develops,  sometimes lesult in the loss of u hand  or limb, (ilianibi'i Iain's Pain B.ihu  is an .-iiiliscpiit' hniiiii'iil. when applied Id (ills, hruises .mil hums it  (IIUS..S thi>t,i m |)(.,i| (inirUy and vv iI flout, niul m,it inn, and pi.'vents- any  dan^i-r of blood poison. For s,|[(. |,y  all (liilKgi&ls.  !��������������� full anil complete, consisting ot Shit Ls and Collars put up nylon k liros. ^������ ,,��������� ought to s,.e our linu ,,f Fell. Ha|s_l.uest styles  and ue can eeitamly ple.-se you m Ready-to-We n- GoocU.  Out- Hiinu and   Shoes are all Union Mail.- and made   liv (he  vvo Ii-.iclu.i; linns of  Can.,,],., viz., Ames   Holden it Co. :tuil '.I. D.  King it C ii  Cm- range of t'nion iM.idi-Sbii t^:. Overalls- jm,,,,,,  penlei s Cooks- and Waiters Aprons is- the laigest, u, i,,v  famous "Big Morn " ^tamped on them all.  Cu-  ,   the  MAGDONALD-& MONTEITH,  l-'inyr bt. and connaught avk. M       1  IT  r-"    v    -  )' '  TTbelkootena^riDail  - I'UJIUSHKI)  SATUKDAV.  '   , ��������� AT���������  KEVELSTOKE. B.C.7  1  Subscription, Price,   $2.00   Per   Annum  THE JKOOTJBWAY MAIL.  AWVKIITISIN'G     HAVI'JS     on     upjillciUon  UlUIIKCn   III 11(1 \-OI-l|s('llli)|||s  IIIIHt.   ill)   III   liy  I UUsdiiy of cuuli week in hiiiiiiiii u'(i(j(l (II*.'  Piny. I miliar notico, mumo mlo lis (Jii/iiilu,  5o fur cuoli locution.  JOH I'JtINTI.N'G pi am pi ly uxi'culoil in iciison-  nulo rmuh.  AC������?,V'mTS f0.'i '"'''"-''IK nnd iidvci-lihliiB  pnjuliu on llisl or inontli; MilMCilplloiih  imyiilileliiudvaiiuc.  COURHSI'ONIIKNCK  Invited   mi iimlto��������� nf  ' public  inicrcHi.   Coiiiiniiiilcirtloiih lo lidl-  loi-   iniiht   ljo  accompanied   by   naino   ol  Armor, not nocfnwirily for publication,  but,  ������s oviduiico of K<<od fiilili.   CuiioHpoinlancu  ��������� i.'.0tV/' . '".',<jr IU"1 "'"I. '"-li tin) olllco  by Wodnuhdiiy uvuiiIiik. .  Address  .    (        ,       Till! KOOTKNAY MAIL,  Phone No. '.'{. Hevelstoke, 11.0.  CORRESPONDENCE  to do  justice   to   Revelstoke even  though its member, Mr. Tavlor, was  one   of  men.'-  Il,  e   premier's  ri������lit-liiiiul  Wo request oup numerous readops to  favop us with tholn assistances In  - making- tho KOOTENAY MAIL tho  most valuablo advertising- medium In. tho Kootenays 'by g-ivirig-  tho preference, whon mailing- pui>-  chasos to those firms who aro  roffular"advertisers In tho KOOTENAY MAIL.  Tlie American and Mexican commissions who have gone to interview European governments regarding, ii' scheme, for establishing a  ralio between gold and silver exchanges with European countries  are meeting with great success. 'The  result,will bo a substantial rise in  silver and revival 'of the good old  days when silver was as much in  demand ut a fixed price as gold.  _ The efforts made  by tho M.wb'to  give information as to the mineral  agricultural^,and   timber resource.-  ,  .,      -���������- part  subsidy for the ' railway. These  lands cover the choicest coal and  oil lands in the provinqc���������lands  which, on President .Shaughricssy's  own testimony, arc supposed to'he  worth over $15,000,000. ' Now the  statute provided these lands must  be retained by the government.  The company's l-erjuest was at that  time properly refused.  On Sept. JOtb, 1900, blocks -1,59.)  and 4,590 were given by "'order-in-  council in full satisfaction of the  claims of 'the B. C. Southern. ]3ut  so persistent was'the C. P., It. to get  these', coal and oil land's that on  Dec. 19th, 1900, the government  wore induced to take back lot -1,596  and give  lots -4,593, and  4,59<l in  , ,    .    ClTVcAUKNTS.  Uiiplcs of Tin: Maii; may bo oblulii.-.d fiom  ibo following city iikcius:     ,(  J. W. llliN.NC'I'l, n,  as au.\ Ijuui; <t Hook CO,  -       <��������� !���������'��������� ������. Wi-.im. ���������  <  ' I,ONI;O.V (UNaiyANUl^UlKNCxV  Our KiikIMi allla*. nro at :!0 Kloctnlrool. London, I-.. U. vvliuro Mcs-n. K. &���������l. Unrdy ,M Co,  will receive for us hiiKlMi iioh-h, miIjm.i'IpiI(iiis  nndndvuillhoiiiuntH and wliuio u llio It) kepi ol  till-, impor lor tlio'lirto (ficu or cIiiuku) ol iuiV of  our reiuluis v-MiIhk IjuiiiIoii and doliuiH of  i-c-ulni; llio liilcst li-aifc posslblo of his or her  ocul pupor, r  As .1. HAitDV k, CO. '  '      HO.MHjANI)  COLONIAL  ADVKUTISINC!. I'ltKSS AND  AUTHOR'S AOI'NTri and <  .NKWisl'AliKH (JOllKK.-jl'ONDKNTS,.  'M Fleet Si reel.    '_   ��������� Lomion, Kmh.anii.  ,    CANAniAN   IICKLVKSS A  HI'I'OIA l,TY.  of  the  country  are  meeting'with '!'  tll01'c"������f-    Tllis   was   done   bv  great favor',au(l   we   urc.tlTiily in ������' "C0,moi1,    Now   t,l0ro   ,V!l*  receipt of appreciative letters     Our 2"  i,,g,'ce'nent'   1)Ctwce������   ���������"������   B- 0.  tlrilornonlu  showing  the  b.-uUtate ������������    ,(!1'n'''lul tho Crow's Nest Coal  of the,road.s and   trails throughout ������0,      lt lf.l,,������'fonncr ������ot Jot '������������������593  the district are   also  reciprocated flS ]m'1     ,ls B)l,Ji"itl.V, the'coal com-  nmongst Ihe people who-know that |)ll"-v ,lil<l tht) ri8Ilt l0 h('lcct 10>000  ~E  what we say is correct.  One gentle- il0ru8 of,.,co������1 "���������"���������������   oil  lands there  man interested in Kish creek v'vrites:     "         "'"   '   "J'have'read your article on roads  and trails and must, sny it is to the  point. , r thank you'-for whiifvoti  'ire doing unci hope you will.keep  it going." - .  , Canoe River Trail.  12(1 itoi Kooin.s-Av Mail:  Sir:���������In the last issue of (heKoor-  i:nav JIail in  an  article .iindcr  the  bending "Canoe Jtivcr  Trail" you wilfully   attack,-,us    though   yo'u   wcic  authority lo be  relied upon regarding  this kind of work, tho   woi'l'ingmcn of  Kevelbtoko and , Jtig   Jjund, jn f���������ct :l]|  who hud any part in the laying out or  building   of   those 'several   traits you  roferto. - Noiv,ihir,'J will give yon'the  facts of the mutter re   the Canoe river  trail, as I (im, one  of 'the  parties you  refer to.    Von will remember lulc Inst  fall a  large   g.mg   of, eighteen   men  started out to'build  this trail, without  giving the men   who. were  to  layout  and hln/e'the, ti-.iil   one  hour Rti.it of  the rest of the'gang   of   builders.   J  want lo say here,that   no  mini, I cure  not who he may be, can   give  as gOod  satisfaction'under such  circumstances  as they would   like  to.    I   claim,  sir,  that a mini starting  to   lay out a new  trail    through v ,i   heavily     timbered  forest should have  u   few days si art of  the men  who  nre  building, and by so  doing would be able to have thogrados  more .uniform and perfect.'  (  However, all who knowVai.ything of  the north country know  that.').', miles  lams  3d  Chamberlain's 0."*li Remedy.  I'or Coughs, Cold--, (.'ioup and, Whoop,  lug Cough.   Price aSci.ii-; large size 5oe.  ��������� .,        '      ^     ,  Chamberlain's,, Colic, Cholera  and Diarrhoea Remedy.  .  For J3owel Complaints.   .Price 35 cents,  ,  Chamberlain's Pain Balm.  An antiseptic liniment especially vnlua-  blefor Cuts, 15ruif.es, Sprains and Rheumatism. , Price 25 cents; large si/.c 50 cents.  - Chamberlain's Stomach' and  rT   ----    Liver Tablets.  I'or Disorders'of the vStomach, IJver  Biul Ilowels.    l'rice'25 cents.    '  E335BQ  Slatct Slibc Advertising  -Shoe Adulterants  ��������� * it 1,  Short talks by. the, Slater Shoe ad man, No. 9.  Every one of thesepreparations  is guaranteed and if not fully satisfactory to the purchaser the  money will he refunded.  CONSERVATIVE PLATFORM.  tr  AltVKY,  .MolJAItTI'JK.  AND J*1NKIIA',\I,  lIAlMUSTlCJtS, SOI.ICJTOUb, I'l'lU.  Oi-kicks :  .Moi.so.s-e   1),v.n-k   1Ii.OCK,   Rl.VIU..  . M'l'OKK, Jt. C.  jMoaoy to loiui.i  Ollicco: Hovelstoke, 11. U.; Foil Steele, II. (J.  Geo. S. McG.Miri;i<,  I   A. M. 'PlNKIIAM.      ���������     '-  J.'A. ILvuvi:v,  ���������   I'ovelntoke. II. C. Fort Steele, J I. li.  ���������   '   '   J. M. KJSLMlfl. '.  J. M. 'Kellie'aiinouiices himself a  candidate for 1,'evelstoke ridiii" in  I lie coming election. Mr. Kd lie is  an old war-horse When he first  entered fiiiriiamciK be rMipie-oiiicd  piiiclieally_ibe wln.K' (,f \\'ej.t, K���������ol.  einiy.    Ilu is  a   ������������������lM   ���������j||, ., {ii(.lin  public record, experienced, of  good  .ludgmenl.    The cause of Ibo people  has oyer had his warmest aclvocac  Asti brid  from.    To enable  the  O., 1\ It.'to   ,  ,    beat the Crow's \est Coal Co.'they,   "01'tll''of   yillitl'   creek   trai  on   Aug. 10th, 1001,   induced    Ihe   0,ll,t'0 'rrvor  trail '.starts,  is  what  government to lake'back lots '1,593  and '1,594 from the li. C. Southern,  giving   back   lo   this   railway 'lot  LE MAISTKI3 & SCOTT,  ���������,, a (  -  Bahkis'i-eks' Solicitoks, Notakiks  1      .       Pun Lie, IOtc. '  First Street.  Revelstoke, li.U.  ' Tj-IDWAKD A.  IIAGORN,  .  \ iMlNIN'U   Ji.NOINKKIC,      '  (Mom.  Ameiiciui,Institute Midj'iik KiiKineeis)  (.Mem. Cmiiuliiin Mining Institute.)  '      ItEVJSLSTOKE, 11. C.  Kxaiiiination of nnd 'ri'iioi ts on Jliiienil l'io-  Iiertius aSpeci.iIty.  ���������:.I-I  PliltltV IASAKE,  'MiniiiK Kinfineer and Metallurgist.  sri:ciAi.'iii;&:  and Iieiioits on  Jliinm;   I'ioii-  h'Vt'  Kxaminatioii  .       cities.  Siiccitleiition and Const ruction of Mining .Machinery. I t 1  /feats in.uieof Oies and Conecnti 11(1011 for CI1I01-  1110 end (')nimlu Treiiiincnt.  Ilydmulie IJlimt-. , ���������  >    ' Hedfoid McNeil Code.  Bargains in Real Estate.  , $1  200-IJ *"'' 'l������ulli"B  on Connuiight  v1'""   aiciiue, conluiiiing.") iooiiin  Sii   BOO'-1  "l������''y   toli~������Ke.   .i'Vooms,  l.nge  -cpi,auv   gurdi,,, ^itliMiiallfiiiitiiiviiiiciy  S1  SOn-}'0"1-01'1111'10    '-i'st-iry,     (l-i.miiied  V1luuu   liousu und !i  lots,   nc������lj   imiiiu.(1  nnd fenced. 1  $1  OflO-7'roonied  collage vwth biilliioom  $1  550_L,l,?������ -'-story house, 11 iooiiis.ull  . s'-ij'-'w   inodern conveniences   A genuine  ' bargain.  ' ffi2.000_IJe-sttlul''l,,'t'   ,b������lldl"B   ������"   1'ii'Mt  M"->,uv>w   S|,rect;: splondid opportunity  for  right party; good tenn������.  J\mi iirulge carpenter iu'llie'employ  of.the.C. P..K. during construction',*  ind as a,mincr a'nd prospector who  has travelled -the,  mountains from  East Kootenay'to   Big Bend, he is  representative of   the   inteiesls of  labor,-whose staunch   friend be has  ever been.    With   those , who know  bun best,Mr. Kellie i.s  held in the  highest   efeteem.  _Hc   has, in   the  el eel orate a. wide circle of personal  and political fiiends wb'o will rally  (0 his standard.    While Mr. Kellie  ijopresenlecl   this 'district   through  four parliaments, covering iiino or  ten,sessions,' the wants  of  bis constituents hadfhi.s.  closest'attention.  He repeatedly visiteel every section  of  the   electorate, often .'with   his  pack on his back over the trail-Jess  mountains, to .ascertain for himself  the works required   to, open up the  country and which should have his  support.    Mr. Kellie  also  gave an  account of his stewardship in' meeting-his   constituents   from   time to  time    _Whilo he has   many friends  bet.has  also  some   determined opponents,   as   has   every   man "'who'  takes a firm^ definite  stand against  the grafter and the wrong-doer.  ,590  which   had   been   previously  given and  taken   a way, again, and  giving lots  <|,5')3  and  -'l.oU'l to the  I Columbia 'and   Western    Railway  Co.as part of their subsidy.'   '   ,'  This, illegal  juggling  vvith   these  land.s was going on all I In-limn Mr.  McBride   was   in   the  government.  Thcordci"ii)-(;oiii]uil,of Augu.-i lOib,  1901, diiectt- thai,  crown   grants (>f  lots/l,5!J8 and '5,59-1   be   i-sued l<>  the Columbia and Western Railway  Co..'iintl'wh!it was  done  afier  Mr.  McBride   left   the  government was  Minply carrying.out whatjiad been  done with his concurrence^vbile he  was a member of that government.,  Mr. McBride,   being  minister  of'  mines, the  mineral, lands', or' the  province  came   tinder   his'special  care and ^jurisdiction, and' it, was ,,   - -.. ..,^,  his duty  to  have made himself as.  l|,ail buildn  well acqiiainted 'with   the position' "" '  and value  of  these lands as the C.  17 R.    'The  C. P. R. 'sent   mining  experts o*cr  these  lands, aii'd Mr.  McBride  had   at  his   disposal the  services of  the provincial mineralogist for a similar purpose: ���������  Mr. McBride vvas examined before  the committee of  investigation and  gave evidence  most  danmatury to'  himself.    Ue svvoie he tho.ught this  deal a good thing, and admitted his  full   responsibility)Sfor 'what   vvas  done whilst in the government,    ft  also came out he  knew the government     were '  givintr* .misleading  answers   to    questions    asked  ,by  Messrs., Oliver  and   Curtis  at-the  session of 1902, but, said nothing to  advise the house of this or to assist  in    bringing   out   the* facts.    His  evidence vvas.    "' L particularly  river trail .suins, i.s wnat is  called the big lime blull's; standing al-  niOct'porpeiKliciilnr from three lo four  hundred leet in , height, fi-oin almost  the willer������ edge, and a'long between  the blull's and 1 ivcr'bank lor nearly  two miles is HI led in with large  boulders and broken, rock' that has  fallen down from above. The starling  point of trail, is one hundred and leu  feel. abor������ Ihe Columbia river where it.  leases 'tlio'Smiil'' creel; .trail, and iM  ihe .'������i miles to ||,C. miiiiuhi nr, l!i^  '>>'>'<���������, libilV raises cmiciIv i.S.'l n. iie  .stead di' !)Ut)''i',;(.L ,,^ y0(l j-,.,,,,,.,. ���������r ' ,  l''i(im?,beiel(i Highi-.MiU ci.-elc i- ���������!.',  miles, and trail chops in thi-, ili-innce  ���������'IIS ft., not. 900 ft. as you .s.iv'in I.1,  in lies. I want to 's.iy -furilier I'heie is  no jilnce on ti'.u'l too sleep,foi iva^on  "o.id, the steepest p.ut at any point on  Adopted nl RoioMdlro, Soptembei l.ttli, 1<M1]  I.   Thai lliiseoinontion icallniiis thu spolic)  wheiO   ,"'', '" ''i1'1'' '" "iiillur-jririiKivinoiiil   loads,nid  1 trills; Hid   ownuirlnp   and   coal n.l of niilnnvb  and tliuiliivulopiiioiii or lln> ngiiciiliunil iconr.  cij'.n  I lie prm men as In id down in (ho pliiirnini  (Ki.i.lcd in Orliilior, l������!)ll,'which is as follows:  In iiclivclyiniil in ilioronsiniulioii of ti.uls  llnoiiglioiit thu iiiidovcloped poitions ol tho  liKPVlaee iimi Ihe building ol, il,u pioiiviiicinl  tiaiilt loadsof public aceossilj. .,, .  '"I'd iidiipl (liopiiiioiplosolgowjiiiiiioiilownoi-  sh pol iiiilwnis in wi lams the ciieiiinstiiaeiis  of ho inoMiico will admit, und the udoplioa  iiPllio pniiuiplo ilia! no liiiiiiisshoulil bogiiinted  11 niiv railway coiiipuay wlncli dues not gnu  lliogm-unimoiit ol thu pinrinco coiilnil i.r. niius  oyoi linos boaused, logel Imr with (lin th" "lion  of puiclinsu. ,       '  '"J'o actively assist In slate a'id in the  ilciulopiiiuiil ol (ho iigj-Jb-iiHiiinl loydinco- or  Ihe pioilncu.  1 '-.Tlnit in llio iiie.iiiliiiid .1 ml iniiil llm i.nlu >v  polio .ilinvu sut Iniih'i,ni l,o iiiiuiiiii|,i..���������i.d  jiKUiiui.il i.iiIm.i) net bo |iis.o.|, j-ivnig lieeiloin  lllL'llllsll-llcl lllllll.lj, llllllljl CIJIIMIII nppioiud  K'Klli.lllillls, llll.lliigiiils III Mill   sy .lo,,,    |||,,|    |,l|s  iiiiiillcd 111 sih'Ii ij\ii,ii,i\i. i.nlw.n (Miistniclion  in lie iJinii-d Stale, willi so much iiilMinl.igo  to Ii.ido nnd   ciiniimjico. . - .  .'I. Th.itt.iciicoiiiiigolhu milling imliishy, llio  l.ixritKiu nl ini!L<iliiIoiiMi<. miiiu-. should ljo on  Ihe b.isis ol  n   puieoiil.igo  on the   not, profits.  trail 'boiliK    7.1    ner    cont'   ci'iide nr. I   ,'���������   ''"''���������I'-llio Kowiiiinuiii   ounu'isliiii  of  tole  heavier    ���������,���������|���������!||, , l- ������   "1,m"' ^!>iu������> sl"'"l<l I") ln..nght nboi l���������       "  nciuioi    glililo    than    there   is  on the   ������lop in ihe .lonuismon ���������l |,���������i,lm nl,llm,  ,'.,  '     Pasteboard inner soles���������leatherboard,  Spongy sole leather under a costly finish  that lasts a clay.       ,   -  -, '    , '  Glossy cotton   thread passed 'off for silk  i stitching,'   ' '  ,      ' ,   ' ' ' r    . ���������  Imitation Goodyear welts "that deceive even  experts, - < r ,        ���������    .  ���������    < Skimped in the unseen vitals to save pennies  ���������robbed of dollars' worth of wear; '      '    ''  ' ,  Such tricks- may be practiced on shoes of no  . particular standing, with no vahiable^trademark  at stake,, no advertising to attract attention and  invite criticism,      , ��������� _        ,        .'        ,,,       <" "  ���������iSold under a nameless brand that's here  '' to-day, gone to-morrow with another in its place,   ''  .How-long could the makers of the ". Slater ' <  ' Shoe " practice such deceptions and survive ? '     ..  .   ���������Of what'use publishing,'this ad,, or its'"  $100,000 _ worth  of predecessors for unworthy '  ' sl>oes ?     , '  , ' '   ���������  - -How long would its quarter mill'ion dollar ",  trademark .continue  to attract'the , trade that  makes it valuable?      '" '���������     '  "7  'The "Slater Shoe"(byrthe very force of its  advertising has 'got to be a'good shoe and a-'  corking good shoe.   - ���������    '        -,,.-���������'  Made in'Canada 40 years.   Goodyear welled.  ,For men^4.00'and $5.50. /''  , '     For women $3.50 and' $5.00: '     ' -  IS II Ills!  south wagon ro.id across the Iiiceilli-  uael. I might'also add J had my  insti notions to build in easiest place  to jiinko money go as far as possible.  1  Vou appear to   lie an   nuthou'ty 011  ill   and   '   "  re  in Innate a gioss  waste of money in the actual work in  constructing said' trails' ; ���������  iS'ow'lol us consider this matter and  see where   the gieat  waste 'of  money  lies.    In Ihe fust place you icmeinboi-  ptob.ibly t.'ie impoitcd siipofiiilenilcno  of-trails last year, who   was supposed  to inspect this giotind   but, made the  pleasure   tiipn'i   a   canoe.  'You   will  also'iemember this-work   was  carried  011 under Mr. W'.'C. WgIIk   who h.is at  tli.it  time 'the -lion, commissioner  of  woiks.lnd   land   giants.,   He .sent ,1  gentleman all the   way Irom  Victoiia,  who is paid 1 foi   looking  after all this'  kind ol woik.    Jfo put   up at tlio best  Jiotel in Revelstoke and bi ought pics-  sure to bear with our city council, and  the icsiilt was he got  lilteen clays layoff for cbicf^f .policcivbo made a tup-  north   under c.vtni -pay   to 'make  .1  icpcit, on   this   piece   ol   work nuclei  constitution.    This-  kind   of  uoik   1  contend, and I believe  the ninjoi itv of  Jlnitii poidoii ol uroircn.il nieii'hoieaftei  to be disposed ol should bo nwivuri limn sulo  or Ici'c, s��������� f|. ,| t|,,|0 ,,���������,���������;,! n,|NUS ,n,lv,|���������,  e.isilj ..ci..,,-., i��������� 1 ilicir iipmntioii becomes  noco->s,uy 01 .iihisiible. - ,  li. Thiil in llio j)iil|i bind lo.isos tiiinisioa  should bi) niiido loi icloio-anig ,iiid lh.it steps  should Iim .ikun Tin the genoial piosoivntion  ol lorosls by gu.iiding .ig.unal. ||lu m,i,(oIii1  destruction of tinibci, <���������  7 Thiil,'(ho legi-bituie nnd g.ncinniont  or tho pioviiK 11 should poisoioioiu the elloits  to serine the exclusion of Asiatic In hot  8 Th.il llm imillui ol bolter lonns 111 the way  ol suli,i(lj ,iud appiopiiiilKins Im ibo piovince  should be vigorously piusstd upon tho JJoni-  1111011 govoiiiinoiit.  ������   Thai     tho  silv.'i-le.id    indus'tiios  ol   tho  pimuicebe  loslcied   .ind   oiicoin.igocl   bj    (ho  imposition   ol     incie.isid   customs   (lutios   on  le.id   and lead pioducls impinlnd ml,.  (Janil.ni,  mid   (hut   lie   ('onsen.iliw,   moinbois   ol Mho  IJoiiiunoii    lluu-o   bo   urged    In   support   iuiv  inotion mliodiiced foi .such a purpose.  1 10   Thai .isMidustii.il disputos almost iuv.-in-  aliy  icsiilt   in   fjro.it  lo������s    and  iinmy  ooth  In llio,iiiiitius   diiecly  concoinod   iiikPii,   tli"  pulilic, IcKitliition should bo passed to   provide  moans   loi   1111   amicable   [idjiislini.nl   or  such  disputi-,   boUedi   emplojeis   and   omploj co~.  II.', Jh.itilia milisiiblo lo rosier the iii.iniir.ic-  tin cor the run- products or Ihe. province viitbin '  the proinice .is   fur  11s   piactic.iblo   bj   moans  of taxation 011 tho said   ran   pioducls, 'subject  lo lUiMtuiM llio same in   uliolo   or   oart   wlion  maniifactiiicd in liutish Coliimbni.  ���������      - *     . ' " " SOLE AGENTS:  O. B, HIIME & CO:  '" ' .   ' ItKVKLSTOKIi;, 13.'(J.  '        ,        0 ' .','.*  T    ���������'        '��������� ij        ' t  Limited,  r.    R.-..HOWSON, &' CO.; \ '���������::  Furniture Dealers, House^FurnisIiers.aniUndertakers  .   * Have just opened the largest"stock .' '/ '"'"; z' ~'  ,    of. Carpets in the'eity.   ' r ''. .     '        '_    "  looms and  b.ilh  room, near C. JJ. It. sliops.  'J otory   house, 7 rooms, near Jlc-  Ivciuic avenue.  ^!F ROO-2-,t01T rendeiice, well built, con-  7'i������vu   tniniiig S rooms.     ,  CQCQ���������1J-lory  cottiiKO,  '$1,000  $I,300-ceiraIryr���������1l,,������.,!l co'"������"lng 8  room,  .$1.100���������u-"St0ry coltnB"--' G 'oonis, lot  10x100  $^ 000_2'!'Lo,rJ* "lodoin icsidencc, liloU, 111  t>')uuu   good Invvii.  S3 500-ri"kito.ryi'e~!.<Ici,c'! sW'I'Ieto and up  i?j,juu   tod.ite, ivitli tlncgiounds  WK .ire piep.ued  to loan inrm.j 011 .my of  thenbove ])ioportics on the inonllili ic-  payment plan.  rKlir.vo for s,ilo 1111 iinpi-oved'r.mii  near  e   A ^riNLNG iVLSFOItTUNlv. '  It \va6 a great los.s to the minim'  liuliiitry of this province that the  American Institute of Minnm Engineers was unable to visit Canada  this year because  the  C. P. R. wa-  r  o-   ...iat 1   knew  Had taken place in council.but I o'n  reflection concluded it would be a  breach of faith, and I would be  going outside of   tbe  council room  the splendid advautiles of the pro'  vince from a mining .point of view  than any number'of newspaper  men, no matter how clever. Everv  member of that party would have  . T=nm ,, , , l,ee" iln expert in   mining matters.  \ L,sO SO acres ununproi ed land near Salmon    nei fectl v e-i in hlo rt   f������^,������;7,  ������\. Ann station, price foxi on good terms        l^ui-"!} c.ipaoie cr lorming a correct judgment in   everything affect  fo busy  it could   not   furnish the  of tlie government of which I wa.-  ncc-cssary coaches foiMhc Institute's I member  at  that  time, and   doin������  transportation.    A   writer   in   the  something I was not  authorized to  Colonist points out this was nothing  c,������ by my oath of oflice    And 'f vvas  short    of   si    misfortune    because j <luite satisfied to let the matter re<*t  the    members'  of     tbe    institute  would have been iiblc.toclo infinite-  '"  liorc in the way   of  advertisinc  poor .vioikingin.in who, through all  kinds of weather and hardships, not  only builds the roads and trails but who  is the 'pioneer ahead of all this  through pro&pccting: and otheiwise  opening up the country. Iiun-aoiiv  to say occasionally a teikloiloot by  chance strays over those trails, and  sometimes at not a, very high altitude  appeals to lose his balance unci condemns and' criticises the  formed by ihe trail-builder:  uncloistaiid Air. T. U.iin's  Kootenay Lodge  No. 15A.F. & A.M.  Tlieiegiil.irincetiiiBs  (iie held in the Masonic Temple, lioiirne  Hull, on the thud  .Monday iu each  month at S p. in.  Visiting brollircn  coiduilly welcomed.  U. r.OUDONT  Sixui:rAKY.  Rugs,..T6iIet Ware' and;. General .House'' fumisliiiigs;  at that.--'  N'ow     order,  once pa.-sed  in-council,      when i  woik pei-  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  J. OUTHiri'T, N". G.  JMceN every Tuesday  evening     in   Selkirk  Hull     at    ������    o'clock. ,  Visiting biethreu cor-1  diully  invited   to  attend.  J. aiATIIIE. Si;e.  w  >,o- llr? *;"*���������  st������cl-, implenient-s, etc.   Puce  i,b2o.   Cash required 51 W/i.  LEWIS BEOS. Beal Estate Asents  Qbelkootennv fihml  His reason evidently was.  that while he approved of the scandalous transaction he 'did nnt wish  it to leak out. Mr. McBride did  not resign his office   because of this  ...���������.     transaction but because J. C. Brown  in<r mining, and  tbe publication of | wit"  whom   he   was   at   " daggers'  drawn " -   '       ���������   ���������     -        -  "  ^    ..-��������� .1:!':slrc   FJuhhc  property.      Now, sir,   .nr. McBride know it, but  made up   lul'Oit   of   this   work   was -in   every  liis mind   not   to   divulge   what he   ''^l'001 '.ivoi.ible, and if you will con-  1  knew  , The work of the Pievelstoke school  trustees in urging   the   supply  of  books iree to children attending the  public schools,   is   b  good fruit  their opinions   would   have   had   a  magnificent effect  upon   tbe   great  world of capital.    A visit paicfln- a  ���������somewhat similai   body   to  one of  the neighboring states o"f  the union  had lesultcd  in   the   investment of  upwards of fifty millions of   dollars  of capital in the mines of that slate.  ���������'Those," he  concluded,   '-arc   ihe  men you want  to   look  out for.    f  tell you, the visit  of  the American  Institute of Minii-urrJngineers would  ringing   forth | probably  have   meant  the  invest  stilt your files, you will iind in last  November, aftoi .Mr. T. 13,-iin made his  leport, that you in your paper 1 cloned  very flatteringly to the men who  worked on the Canoe river ti,111, and  more especially to those win hl.i/.ed  the trail!  -Vow a word in icgaid to   the attack  It has become ycnci-ally known that Wilson ."leads in fine)  lailonnjr. Our New York training .j^vus us the know-how-of i  doing the work. ��������� ,.- '  .   See our display of Trouserings for the trousers.season.  Our Fall stock of goods has arrived. -> '������ union siiopj  Fashionable  9        Tailor. t  NJiXT TAYLOll BLOVK.   ���������  McKISNZIK AVISNUJ3,  ST. HELEN'S HALL.  ,' wa-s -taken into the cabinet. I y011 '"'lko on tl10 builders  or  those m  his   resignation     being   merely   a J oll,lr"e ol'the Keystone, Mohawk" a..d  matter of personal spleen '        | Uiound Jfog  Uasin   trails. ��������� I  do  not  Xo fairminded  man, to whatever! kl,ow.w,,y >'0ll,sllC)uid do soiunlo-a it  polilicnl party be   may beloim. can ! ",','1 * l������"., *'!!!*,.������"'   "'P1'''!"  J,J1  tune and want  Portland, Oregon,  Classes in Art  and   Elocution  Form  v    Wednesday, Oct. 1st. '''  Art under the direction 0f ft[j,s .^  Ocorgin.i I3iiins, Art Student's Lcai'iie \Ja  V;V'V, Yn,k' Elocution, j\Iiss Jilhel X  Wehli ol London, JiiiRland.  Ciicul.ir.s iijHiii .ipplicitiim to   ���������  Miss Ki.ica.voh Trmiii-ins,  Piint in.i!  ?Tis Certainly Complete      $  N Uie way a customer  puis,  it iifjet- exaii.u,ii,K  Hie  i-Mensi've Iim'.  0  oun-,.-ind aminiinition shown in our south window. c.     .  We are miIIuik the latest and best assorled stock ever olfeied i��������� n���������  in) mis si^asou. 1  INCORPORATED  1886.  may belong, can j 01))l;, ll6 chla IJlirtl0u,ilr  t a stab .it Mi: J. M. Keltic as the  review the.se facts, substantiated on | to ���������  iS,ednb--Kilf ?'  P������bl������������'tion ji.������-L|trur,0  you   .efer  to  weie  built at the  ������ p    !������������������'   ll e K'ng's pnritpr, with-I inn-   when   that   gentleman   was  in  out reeling that a public man could j olficf, .ind   no   doubt   under   bis  iu-  not be in a kwor.-e jiosition limn ,\Jr, j ^niciii-ma  McBride i.s in this matter. A man ! ->'<���������'-.oniilly, I believe ^ou arc tiymg  who. while entrusted with' the ad- ^ '"*kv I'-Jbticil capital out of this"  ministration    of  public  affair-  al-   Jfcm':"\<1'' ' llm "iclmul to think these  TORONTO sir J. a: Boyd,  k.c.m a.  President.  CARTRIDGES.  ,pVl' !}.'lve Uie ICarnoch loaded willi Karnocli Smokeless Powder.  the Imp willi Out Us Sc Harvey Waterproof Somkeless Powder.  Ihe Irap with Dupoiit's Sniokele-ss powder  The Viilc.iii.vvilh Knovslcs' Special Smokeless Powder  OF MUSIC  COLLEGE. STREET,  Shot filing siioli 11s Hullinioi-c, .ind IC. K. V.   I.Viiiiiurlon   ,111,1  n||���������.,.s ,.i,;���������  W.   M.   LAWRENCE  ich c.iniiot  nil ni.ikcs  I'Olt   Jr.\KDVyAI?H  Ol' ALL KhVUS.  X   Taylor Block, Mackenzie-- Avenue, - KEV-ELSTOKJi, I* O                                 &   1 i . _  Dr. EDWARD F1SIIER. Musical Director [i&^l^^H>4!4>fy$^^  The   Best   Equipment   and    Facilities, j  and Strongest Faculty in'Canada.  A Ihoioujdi. in 11st leu nd rinishcd '  MUftlfJAI,   KliU(,'ATIONr.  i.w.������m'!   m'","1. ,,;,"������������"'''l""s licldowij mm,.  Mutlil, S'&  tl0",m��������� Tur-"0���������- "ll  him.s-eh capable of giving fair consideration to the inlciesU- of the  public and railway cinpJovc.-. That  is the man wanted for the"position.  J ho Pool creek  frail is ;��������� _.���������c|,  bad '���������tate it i.s impos.-ibJe to jiackin  PUUljhcs,   and    the   owners   of   thoI  ^ /is .f. *,r. Kellie told Premier Afc-  Mrifle al bis recent meeting here, he  has to face the iiiiih'c of public  opinion The premier has appealed  to Ihe province as the leader of the  conservative party, who, bv Mip-  porting him, mtiht   endoise his ach  .'is. ri   punlic   man  rcpr"  u---.      -,. ---     --"   ���������-"   ..in.-1 ,'      ���������--    i" -.enting the  ������extern .Star and other properties I"-0!"1" '������ 'be legislature of the  have been unable to .start the. province. Mr. McBride was min-  season's work on their propertied in ii,ler 01" mines in the Dunsrnuir  conseriiience. This should not be. cabinet, and while in that position  Wc hope the government will take 1,as nf:fin proved fe'iiilly on his sworn  vou,  im media tc  fixed.  -tep.s   to   get   this  trfl]-j   test imonv  of  one of  ,'the inlerestrf of the people. Kvcry l ,cl IC'"' 'A''K'"- r"-"l-s, trails or nniies'  I elector wboca.sts his ballot to main-1 lfy ,"1 ,1,;l'c,'' liulr- ",0,(' r< ������''''<��������� for  1 tain Mr. .UcHride in that portion I '!������ "til 'l'1'1 \t"' 'u"' yo,,r rtM,'"s  h."������s with him  .be   lesnon.ibiitv!^:;:^;;?, l" ���������������-'���������������������    ''"-������.J������"K  retiand l(,r tbe .-pace ^neii mi.  paper.  , ,     .    ,    1 I/flW AHI)   ,\ UAIIt  peoiile nnd ot the province. |     J.'i u l-toke, Auj,', 20, I'JO.i.  ... *  -    " ,'     I'f-'iob   a.  ^oo(|   job   was   made  of  Weary Brain  Workers I *""   n'-'-'  ���������''''" ������uy did thefjow-n,-  AliraKKed oul. ideas  flow  s,op|y  ,w   "'^;j lk(s "> '>������l "������ ������������������������������"   '"'"ds   of  our  molasses snap and eneiKy "01IJ ThT ''   ''"t '"' g,V0 'l to - "lUu"i u>  ���������.'���������spoiHibihtv! vou  tor   an   act    which    vvas   that of a .'in  traitor to   the   be-l   interest- of the:  School of Literature  and   Expression.  .Mih. Inez Xlcliiilsou tliillci, 1'iinc i|������il.  I'nil I'liuully.    All bi-iinuIiL-s liiiiwhi.  *'/ ';ali;miai;.s ANirKVLi,AHi;rf i-ri-|-  \\ Ik.ii nnliiiK iiIcihu uiijiil Inn '|'|,0 jinll.  LIMITED.  in a public investigation   neither  buoyancy    that  lire,   that fc'mi  "ay   vou   are   inn  made   work   a plea,-  1N0.    A doc tor would  down,    enervated,  ,,       -      . .   ,- .        i���������,    ,,     f'-,"������K   <>r   diRcrintr  eiiou^b.  the mcjst gross violations   ''������������������*   ''���������'"���������"/���������one   vou   need   to brae-   un  that /itlul appelite and i  compli ffj"'���������V.u.]  Learn By MaiL  Pitman's Business Courses  .are known all over (he  world.  MINING BROKERS AND FISCAL ACENTS.  MINES AND   MINING  INVESTMENTS  Wc fui-ni.sl, reports on all kinds of meiallilV. ������������������s lllino& ,lll(1   pIONU,cls  Lowest (|uoUlion.s on ILsted and unlihted mining htock.s.  OPKIOIAL BROKERS FOR TIJJ5  Calumet & British Columbia Gold Mines Ltd  NOX-PKRSONAL LIABILITY.    (KVA_WINI5.)  A  Complaint.  I-'flilr.r Koorr.N IV .VI in,  UULUTII, iMinn.  OALUJIIi'J', JMich.  CIIIUAUO, III.;  NELSON, Ii. a.  OAMBORNK, li. (J  1 ill course:  from  en  Doll;  irs.  ! Pitman's Business College.  Oppo-.ilc Hotel Vancouver  He wab able to treble the estimates I    Mr., lUcBride"'joined   the  Jjimb-L/-M"'T"N'H p"'',s ('"": ''"^'rn-A-  1 TIO.V.  ".ull'ei   to   please  a,  few   l.ivonte.-) who |  i.ive no ic^ind  loi   the iiKhti of othci  people? I am ,.t(,_, (jIVI_s_  H. B. ST0NEX,  MACHINIST  AND  GUNSMITH,  Opposite C'dilial Mold, Kuvclalokc.  Iviithe and   General iMac-hine Work  Piomptly   Executed.  Wholesale and Retail"  ���������   .   ���������   c   Meat Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage :  <s^3s^Calg,ary, Alberta ���������rryrmrrr   ���������  ,.    u  "PV.  l   *ri'|  THE KOOTENAY MAIL'  THE 'BIG' BEJVD.  ,  ������)  Progress  in  Lumbering,   Placer and  Lode  Mining, and ^Ranching. ���������  ' SMITH   UI-lll'K  has j.ioduccd good, gold.   Jlolden and  p.uly look ,$l.-5  fiom   Ibis  <.m)|_  ���������n(|  Goldsticain  one   winter   and  aie  ic-  poi tod to have tal.cn  .fuSO iu   one clay  .   Iioiii   Goldstie.tin: _   Wig   nuggets   of  native copper  woio also got in thefco  '. cieekf).    J.rGuy  timber  has   a,l,ugc  fjiiecc  of  native copper  found  on   J".  'iMcCait.v's gictind on Smith cisek.     '  Croshing   the    Columbia   liver   wo  '  come to ' <   '. '  ��������� i , '('IIICAUO xo.   2.  - +iJ0,000 was, taken out of  tin's giotind,  which  was  afteiwaids  taken  over by  ' 'ReveWoke people,, and  known as Columbia  diggings. 'Jt  was  sold   to an  t ,Ainoiic.in coui|mny, the Coluinbiii Jly-  cbaulic,"  who    installed' a , hydiaulic  plant m 1S00.   About Iji 10,000 in  gnkl  <   wab taken  out  by  this' company and  thu giound not pioving  up to e\pect-  I'tions was abandoned     It  has since  wbeon   opeiated .by    llany 'Jfowaid,'  iinclet  lease  fiom, the  piosent ownei,  \\\ Cowan.  ' '  ������������������ The water supply is1 obtained fiom  Smith cieek. one of the best cieeks m  the coun I ry for a II oi ding a huge and  icady,supply of water. Tho intake is  a mile and a half from thcgiouncl  giving 100 ft. head, and, the watei' is,  conveyed Ihiotigh a mile of "ditch and  Ilunic i)\ ft. by 5} ft������������������and half a mile  of pipe.   This pipe,is  2-1   inch at the  (Continued From Last Jssno.)  ft is a "deep lead pioposition,"'with a  view to'exploiing  the   old channel of  Smith cicck,  which  is  believed to be  licit, judging fiom   the gold found on  the   suif.ice   and    in   'P.   McCarty'.s  grouii'd.    Thoowiicis of the J31 tie Jay  ,111-e the  Duquosnc  Mining  Company,  of Pittsbuig, who have expended If 100,-  000  in   the   (Icvelopmcno.   The woik  has been c.uiicd   on   under gicut difii-  cultics'owing to the inegularify of the  channel, and Mr. JJnidlcy is dcsciving  of the higbe'st credit foi" the manner  in which  it  has- been 'done, and the  way he,has .stuck to his task.    A shaft  J2.-5 ft has been sunk, fine]  a dtift inn  up   the   channel   to   bed-rock..-The  shaft  is equipped 'with   u   liist-class  water wheel, built by Jt.iymond Allen,  pump vvith,18  inch  stiokc, and hoist  operated  fiom   the   main   shaft bv a  friction wheel.   The mechanism is'all  on metal   Dealings,  and'the  whole is  piotected by a well-built shaft house.  Thc.pump is.capablc of raising 2,500  gallons of water pci hour, and the  watci-whccl'c.in bo vvoiked to80 horsepower. 'A fan is lilted up Jor supplying aii undcigi'ouiHl. s  .'1,000 feet*of work has been done on  thepiopeity, including tunnels, diifts  and shalt. Sonic good pockets of gold  weie found and along*thc channel a  good deal of thcgioiuul aveiaged !t>L~'  a set. * A bov canyon  was  struck and  * '    die    In nj    mv  hi.-hoi)s  teli-'u-, it, is  penstock and   i������   giaded  down^tolG  'inch and 12 inch.'Two   giants   with  , fniii and five inch no//.les icspcctivpli���������  'aie in use' The gold   is  co.use,*soine  '  oL it  having 'considerable  quail/ attached  ' iJ.ist fall'some  good giound  was stuick,  yielding  20  o/.s and   the  "\  uriouii,(ir .'looks     I'avoiable      'Galena,  i' pviihbtitc, ,nuKnativer 'coppei^  have  '��������� been found in   the sluice bo\es, show-  " mg   the   w.isli *was ^leiivcd" fiom  ,i  distinct minei.il belt jet utidiscoveiecl,  ���������ind tuoh.ibly located  on life Shuswa'p  i.muu,   west   of   the   Columbia  nvci  The couutiy is said'to  bo  didicult to  pio.spcot'     The  bed-iock   Humes aie  between 500 and GOO ft  long  ���������  Sonic of ihegiavel  is  cemented, as  "   fiequentlv occuis in the alluvial banks  of the pi ounce, but the  foice of watei  is sufficiently  powetful to disintegiatc  it. '  ��������� .  tiefoie the  plant   was   put   in   the  ,  giound was  cucfully   tested, foi some  weeks, t he linn nmg showing gold fiom  the suiface to   bechock. and   the  tests  going as much as lit to the pan*  A long season is obtainable heic,  and the giants can. be mil eight  months m the je.u so that the J3ig  Bend is as f.uoiablc foi hydi.iubcing  . as any section of Amciica The face  urns horn 30 to 60 feet in depth,vwith  15 to '30 It. of .clean giavcl The  bouldcis aie gcnci.ill-, small enough to  be easily handled, veiy few lcquiiing  to de blasted. \\ hat is believed to be  the, west-nm is now- showing up, so  the couise of the old channel can be  defined.    .  When this gioui.d was opeiated by  Gus Lund. A. McIC.ij , C X.u leans, J.  Sands and S Hill thev took out $3,000  in two jeais    4  l'   m'c van 's oitou.M)  F    McU.nt\_  holds   a    base  of   the  giound between the   iwmi'i   ..|  jsn uli  iicK   .ind    tbe    IJI no   lav   lOvumg.i  null  ol    gin,ind,    and    lias   ibuio con-  followed, till now the old channel appeals to bo widening, and "the wash'  looks bcttci than anything jet found  on the piopci ty  Tlie plant is so well built, that  though it hasjjccn i mining twoyclus  it has not cost 50 ccntsjoi lcpaiis , '.J  Utadlcy is in ch.ugo of the piopctty,  and,the pumps aio^kopt going pending  lcsuinptio'u of opciations 7 1'  ^The camp is well fitted up in cveiy  "inspect, 9,000 feefc'_of limine* "having  been vv lnpsawn i on tlic0 giound." The  buildings, cominise bunk house 20\30  ft' and cook house 20\2J.ft, oflice.  blacksmith shop, and shaft house  (ifj\20^ ,ft Xovv that the company  have stuick such a piomising channel  it is to be hoped they will stnkc it as  nch as they dcsei ve  The I3lue Jay g.ound was fcimeily  woiked by J. \V. llaskins, who nutrin  a watei wheel and sunk shaft 30 ft.  oiiri'it OVV.VIJKS - v  Mcssis. Hedstiom, Hanson .and  Itichaids hold giound fuithci up the  cieek on which they got fauly good  piospects Th's giound is at the confluence of Smith cicclc' and Pothole  cieek, which is said to have been successfully woiked by the nionceis of the  sixties  (To be Continued I  WHY I AM A LIBERAL  .no y.  (Conliiirod )  A  liltlTJC.  r  In the i������-suo of Aug Slh of'the  Kooji^nay Mail the wntci is '���������ui-  pii'-ecl to see a lettei complaining  ot the sectarian chai aclei v of tins  series of ait'cle- -'J'heie is nothing  finthcr fiom thu vvntei'o view, and  | theic is no man   in  the community  Mdi i ililt, win k on u     'I he sui face was i vv ho numbeis mote Catholics among  winked bv  tbe  old   pl.uei iniiieis, and  a little hefoie Mi iMoC.i'ty took it up  I be gtiaiiid was test d to i depth ot  si\ fi i t I j llaskins, c hum! i t' ��������� t. I\.  who iveiaged ^3 a dav llucin old  i alnii coimiK oi..tc-, the old days of  the,nig Meinl e\( iluineul 'the pun-  pei I-5 of thi, i iutk .re so good il. is si id  to be impossible to p.m giavel without  linding colois  .Mi   .McC.ulj has a good  camp, con-  sisiiug  of  kitchen  ami   bunk houses  U the mine   l^   a   sliast   bouse   and  blacksmith -I., p   Tbe crgmpmeiit con-  Msls of an oveisboi   watLi-wbeel 12 ft  in diameter,   with   5   inch   pump and  le 1st     A Heme <100 ft   in   length has  been i,onsti noted to  piovidc the watei  puwei     The woi kings  consist   of  e\-  ploiation of   the old   channel b\ dulling up slie.im fiom the   bottom of the  ,sb ift,    w1ik.Ii    is    100 ft     dei p      Thu  nm lb  nm   has, been   exposed but the  bed   of   the   channel    has   not    been  itacbt'd     Men who have woiked theie  i.\picss the  opinion   that   it   Mi   iMc-  Caity leached bcd-iock he would have  a Klondike all lo    himself     Itich gold  w.it. found on I he i im   in the couise of  Ihe woik,  and    gave   the   pioopicl. mi  cm ()Uini>iiig   outlook     An    iild-tiiiK i  leiiiai ked to   us   'II Ml   McCaitj gels  a lent h of the gold   m   that giound he  will be a wenllhj man "    Most of   the  woik wa. done   iinclet   foioinauihip of  .1   Sweeney  'int. ma i.  iav  This pinppi ty ha1' been pet^t \ci inglv  npenitud by K A IJi.ulliy, who pui-  ohasid it liom Messis llownid, Meds-  tiom, Hanson,   bo.tids  and   Itichaids  liistiiends   or   esteems   them moic  highly    These a 1 tides, aie in tended  to  convey  an   accui.itc  histoiy of  the libeial pait\. lis gieat stiuggles  foi civil and   ichgious   ]tbcitj,tbe  wiongs     and     sulleiings    ot    its  louncleis, and a levicw ot  its giand  objecls and aims    10veiy statement  ni.iclo h supported   on   the   highest  authority, and jf voui exu ic^pondent  will (lotnt out   any   maccuiacy the  writer will deem   it   a   favor, as he  has no dc-irc  to do otbei wi?c than  piescnt a  tine  record   of  a  gieat  movement.    The   hbural   party  of  Canada  has   its   oiigin   within the  Catholic chinch, and   histoiy tells  no nobler story   than   that  of   the  lives of the Fiench Catholic pioneers  of  hbeialism.    Whatever  condemnation   ot   sect   appeals   m   these  in liclcs relates   only   to   tho Ultia-  moii tunc   movement     ne.uled    by  Bishop Boulget  within  tbe church  beiself,  and    this   movement   vvas  denounced by leading dignitaries in  ihocluiieh itself Mich a'-Aiohbi-hops  'I asclicieau    and     Lvntli,    Bishop  Coniov,   tbe   pupal  envoy   sent to  C ul.i lo investigate   the  tumbles.  ol the bcvcnlies, and by tbcs.icied  congicgation of the Propaganda at  Ivomc.  ( HUIK It   VI list's  Sl'Ali:  To show the diviMons within ihe  cbuich hciscll it, is nueessaiv to  icvicw details   of   elections   in" the  seventies, when the Ultramontanes  under Bishop Bourget, were putting  forth their, greatest effort  to  assert  the "diplomacy  of  the churcli over  the affairs  of state.    The  French-  Canadian liberals within the church  weie called  upon   to  defend   their  party and principles against powers  and influences''unheard  of  in this  century,'and they   did  it successfully, putting up a determined and  honorable  fight,  which  deserves a  piomin'ent page in   the  history of  liberty.    On   the  bye-elections  for'  Charlevoix,, and   Chambly  coming  on^the Ultramontane bishops issued  a pastoral letter to  be read by the  priests declaring the supremacy of  the church  in   civil  affairs, and it  was of such an autocratic character  that     Father    Lussier,    cure     of  Bouchcrville, refused to  read it on  account of   the   dissent  it would  create among his   parishioners, till  thc'Bishop 'of   Montreal  peremptorily ordeied him to do so.  (Jiuiit(;ir i)i;.voi'.vci:s' j.ihi'ualism.  'On Di. Fortier  announcing him-1  self  a moderate Jibcral  candidate  for Chambly, Bisfiop Bourget said:  " Our Holy Father,  the  Pope, and  after   him    the     archbishop   and  bishops  of  this, province, have declared that Catholic liberalism is a  thing to be'regardc-d with the abhof-  icnce with which  one contemplates  a pestilence; no'"Catholic is allowed  to  pioclaim   himself   a   modciatc  liberal; consequently this modciatc  liberal cannot be'elecled  a  ieprc-  sentativc by Catholics."  Tremblay was hbcral candidate  fot^Chrirlevoix, when one,priest in  the" parish   denounced   I be   libeials  Is  -'l   I \l   lllllg     W njll'. i V, I HI 7.' 11|| |l 'III  1.11-'.' a (ll-lll'i bailee in ||��������� ;1 ���������..],  w bo (oim; tu |el| v uu ;i,,i i \\\,- I'upi ,  I In- Ill-Imp-, .Hid- I be ( Ii mv have  lldlhlllg lo "do Willi |'i(il,tu-r J U,-  w.ne (if then |iciw.-<; Ic.hIhiil'.  (\v 'vv.nit to '-ecluihrilie piic-N in  the ui'ttich and u-iry m ordei to  s-uceu'd better'in ' their uncbt i-lian  woik^ ' , y  netlfieiL "Oin  no  longer 'pcimitled   to   be   (on-  scie'ntiously a Catholic liberal."  Another ' ���������pnest warned his  panshioneis "Lo vote for a-liberal  js to set out' on#'th'e 'road to hell.  The chinch condemnsionly.'what is  evil, and as ^liberalism Vbas been  condemned liberalismJ& ev-il; theie-  fore you ought not'io give jour,  suffrages to ajiberal."  Another ipriest said: "Whoever  votes fo~r the liberals engages in the  service of hell." '  The cure "of   Baio  St. Paul  denounced, the " liberals     as    fal������e  prophets and'false ohrists.     *  .     'JJJIIIHAI. riCIlT'*K01l   itioin.-.   -  The re-ull of7such intimidation  on the part of the priesthood vvas  the defeat of tbe liberals. But the  liberal Catholics^ weie determined  'to have fairplay^and to put an end  to pnestly ihtiinitiation1, so .they  piotested the'elections'and bad exhaustive enquiries held by the  com ts to show the terrible state of  things then prevailing.  One witness said: '-I was afiaid  if I voted for Tremblay (the liberal')  i should be damned."  Another stated: ," I understood  one wboyoted for the liberal party  was guilty of a mortal sin, and if  he should"-- die in that state would  not be entitled to the services of a  priest."  Anothei said: "The cure of St.  Ililaion declared from the pulpit  that to vote for the liberal party  was to be against the cure, against  tho bishop, and against- the Pope  himself,'that there were two banners to follow, the re'd one and the  blue one; that the blue banner represented the Pope and the church;  the led one - represented Victor  Emanuel and Garibaldi. The blue  banner vvas that of the conservative  party, and the led one that of the  liberal ii.uty."  (x ^  l-l.l'J'ATJ'D   AT  COliltT.  The   I rial     of'   tho   Charlevoix  election -uit was beard befoic Judge  'Routiner, who   was   in   "sympathy  with   the _Ulti.imont.ine-.    He   ie-  fu-ed    to   annul   the   elccLion   on  criound   of     undue    influence Miy j  pne-ls, lulmg that theecolo-ia-lica'l |  law ot Home vvas in foice at Quebec,  and   an   ecclesiastic   could    not be  cited be foie  other   than an ecclesiastical   tiibunal, and   was   beyond  tbe jurisdiction of  a  lay court".    Jt  was the  duty   ot\ the   prie&t to denounce liberalism when requiiecl to  do so by bis superiors.    This judge  concluded   by  saving:    ''It   would  be arhitiary to interdict  the clergy  from any   intervention in politics."  VICJOItY   FOIl   UI-I'KALISM.  The French liberal membeis of  the Catholic church believed this  judgment wrong and appealed the  suit to the nipieme court, where  Judges Taschercau and Ritchie  voided the election on the ground  of  Very Remarkable Cure   of Diar-  '   rhoea.    ,J      ,  "About six years ago Tor (he fhst  tune in my life 1 had a sudden and  seveie allack ot dianhuea,'' says Mis.  Alice Miller, of Morgan, Texas. -I  got tempoiary n-liel, but it, came hai  iiKiiin and again, unci fur six longyeai -  I have sulTeied inoie misery aiulagonv  Uiiiii J ciin   tell.    11   was   woise   thnri  li!' My n,,h,)"1"1 *>P''Ul- hundreds  ot dollars lor physicians' pie-ciipliims  and treatment vvillioui avail. Finally  we moved to Bosijue county, our piescnt home, and one day11 happened lo  see an ndveiliseiiiciil of Chamber lain,s  l Colic, Choleiaand Dinti-lntcii Heinedy  Willi a testimonial ot a man ' who had  been cm ed by. ii. The case was so  similar to my own that 1 erineluded  to try Ihe remedy. The result was  wonderful. J could baldly realize  tha 11 was well again, oi believe it could  he so alter- having stiU'ered so long,  hut that one bottle of medicine, co-ting hufc a few cents cured me." > Foi  sale hy all diuggists,,  GRAZING REGULATIONS  ' ,, r  For' Manitoba, the  Northwest' Territories, and the Railway Belt in  British Columbia.  which'Judge Routhier sought to set  up Judge Taschcreau  said:    "For  I me it is intangible,  non-existent in  this'country." r ' "  f Judge Ritchie said: "The clergyman has no'right in Ihcpulpit, or  out, by threatening any damage,  temporal or spiiitual, to restrain  the liberty of a volcr." '       .'  Judges   Casault,   l\[cGuire   and  McCoul supported this  decision in  voiding   the'-election    for 'Bona-  ventuic in 1870, Judge Casault, also  (^Catholic, ruling that the tieaty o'f  176b'gave the  Catholic chinch no  rights incompatible  with   the laws  of England, and chniacidising the  actions'of the priesthood in elections  as "fraudulent manceuvres."  mhj:iivi.s siji'I'oiiti:!- nv vatio.v.n.  "'The'    Ulliiiiiionl. flies'     piotested  .Ig.iill-I   lie ,e    |l|i|'..|ui 1*1 ���������^ ,|||,|    |,.|'|  J.Kiilailv    iiiailvnl   jii,|._i    (  Leases foi Km/,liiSI)iu|,o,es nro is-ucd for n  pirn   of Iwoiity-ono icuiK, and the icntal i������ at  thu i.itoof two cents an ncic por milium, iihj-  able hnlf.j curly in advanco. ��������� ���������  UindH liiclndeil  in a Bia/liiK Icaso may be  withdrawn for liomo-lciid cntiy, silo or mil-  win jiiii poses, but no icntal is chiuifed on hiicIi  lands fioin tlio dale upon whloli the. 'ueivllli-  diiiwii fiom tho lease.  A leshoe ot Kia/jnj,' hinds |h not onlitled lo the  inj Iheieon, bullic may, upon application to  ho .i(fciit of Dominion JjuhN. oblaln caoli veur  lhollif.1 penult to out on his leasehold vlint.  ever riuiuitiiy of Imy ho inuy ie(|iilre.for liln  own use, fieo of (lues, lliodopiulmanlrcHoriiiiK  the uie hi lo Issue poimlls to other apiillciiritb.,-'  AiirillciilIoiiH   for   kdi'Iiik lenses nhould  be  iiiadetotheSi'OietiirjvIJeiiiirtiiienl  of tho In  tenor, OttiiHu.  ' ,  , 1'. G. KJ'YKS,      '   Soeictiii}. neiuilnientot tho Inteilor,  .S'. .S*   "Archer"  TABLE  or .*). ,S'.' " Lardeau.'  Life is short.  , One third of your life is spent  in bed, supposedly in perfect repose, sweet, healthy, beneficial  restful sleep���������n balmy relaxation  from every care.    >   '  Do you spend it so?  \ I If hot write to-   \  V7EILER BROS.,  VICTORIA, B. C,  s / u  for an  Ostermoor.    All sizes in '  stock.    Price  for  the   full  size,  $15,00 net cash.  OSTERMOOR,'  PATENT  ELASTIC   FELT  ,   MATTRESS'  Sis.oo \     S15.00  >  First Cost ia Last Cost aed Only Cost.,'  '>  lllllll    w  ift.ii i  ( .1,1.  C(MII( Idled   lhi    clillU b    -lnpl'li  iilbci  iicaltiK nt.  -it h.  Un v  i      -  ll<! I I  llljl    Ol  I IMUI-kl    ,l u||  Ihe li  denined ,i- 10iiti.1i; in iliu iciciiings  of tbe chui (J if I hat, ] i.i iii.inn nt \v\i-  (onipcli'iii lo | in--''law- i"!|i|iii.ei| io  the cbtiicb; dented ti,ai -clecloi"  should have absolute libei tv .denied  that civil courts -hould" leprous  abuses of priest?,'or that the threat  of refusal'of saciamenls vvas'an undue influence or 'fiaudulent m.tn-  rouvro.' " _,       .-   ,  Bishop Langcvin1 demanded I hat  for giving this decision .against the  chinch Judge Casault bo'ic-moved  from his , piofe������<-or������hip' in L.i\\i\  University. * 7 7       '  Archbishop Tasclicieau defended  the judge. The mattci wa- rcfeu'ed  to Rome, the aichbisliop and judge  sustained.'and the libeial Catholics  of Quebec thus placed another stone  on the riMiigpallndiuni of Canadian  liberalism.     <      ",',.,.  Archbishop/raschercau'^ memory  deserve^ the eternal 'thank-,'of the  liberals foi tbe noble stand which'  betook in turning- the _ weight of  the cburc-lrinto the pci le* of liberty  and justice. '''He followed' up the  decision in his favor fronriiome by  issuinga pastoi.il forbidding priests  to discuss political questions in the  chuichcs or volunteering advice on  the subject of elections:,   .  (To be continued.) '  llunnliiK between ..Vi row head. Tlioiuson't  ;���������l,',,(".lr,,'"!l Coniiinllx, eoiniiioneliiB Oel. lltli,  llllil   uill ynl! us follow- (woftllior ponnltllnji):  l.tavo .Viiowheiid for>Thoinson'K Liuidlnu  und CoiaaplK tw Ice daily at lUk. and'lSk. r      ,  l.oiivoG'oni'iiilK- and Thoaison's LhikIIhk foi  Ai lovvliuid twice dully at 7.13k. and 12 15k.  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Tin; Cniiip.iny if'Sfi,Vr> llie t Ifflll to  lJiiimk"  Unie and days nf silling vvith-  (lllt. IKll l( I'. ,  I OKI'HO-  4.    _ cl   LAUGHTuNJ Piopcieto.,  ;RE!i/ELSTdkE;;B. .G.  A. FORSLAND,  ��������� r.r.isi'ei.  c  n  J). BAOriEH.  Pnp-er,  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  t,  ItoyalMall Linos. '  Cheapest Route to tho" Old Country.  CAN'   VM1. ATLANTIC S. S.-l-'iom MoVitioal  Like .11 in tolli .. .. '     Sept i  Mount'lunplc   ' - . fecpt   n  Lilcu ('liiunpliiin.. .        i,u,,t, t;  l.ako illclilt'iin -     ��������� Sent US  Lukoli.nu r - -     ()cU j  ALLAN 'LINK- I'ioiii *vfnntieal. \ '  Tunisian            .      * ' .St,pt. 1  'aii-i'in > '  .Sept. 12  Ptctoriiin              .      .        i bent 111  V'"'"1"-"         * *        , '        hent Ji.  Ionian *     (jct, A  ,   ,, ,j , u. ? ��������� .  l'-*.vVW|  i "/>-_ -"pSSl  ' w-ViaJj-i. I   ���������-���������_���������-. i-im" lipMii ti.i-ih,.  ,ii...iiii,i,,i|.,ii,.��������� ,,f ihe ii,i\i-||!nir,  '  v piililir. <-ji H |,lM ,,,,,^1 ,,���������n ,.������������������.,,,|v si|i,',ii,.,1 |i,,t,.| ,��������� ||u. , j| Vi |���������.i���������K^ *-  iiLlhftuiliiTiil FiiM.SIih.-i .iii,liC..miiiiifrIil.AvMiiii,., m il,,. he.itLnf-   '  Hie hllsini.ss pm-lmii ,,f   | hi- i-llj, i'-i.iim mem In, lailw.iv -llllK.il und" -  , po'.L (illke. ' ' *'���������..,  . - ������ , \ ,        f    '- '  First Class Accommodation and Tabic *       * '       '  ,     . p * *  ���������������������������       % , ��������� Best Brands or Wmcs, Liquors and Cigars.        'JJ'^ ���������* ysV;  &o-6<)-<>'0<><>''0<k><k><>^>^ '���������:$���������&,  "'^ ' J ���������^1  ' t ^    I 1 l./ !| P , I J,        Jf^,J-   TjJ     ^f^l  The Surest Cure for  Warts  is ,i few applications of Puinain'- Painless Wait anrl Cm n Exh-.k tor It lia-  been ii*p(l mu-< es-tiilly t,,i 30 yeai- and  nevei fails./ Tiy -'Putnaur-."  DOMINION' LtNJO.  Dominion '  IvCllilllt'tOll  Oan.ulii      **  SonMiHiiiK  -Lr10!ll JIoiitic.il  s,.|,_     -,  I pi. IJ  .-sept JO  Oct. 3   ,**������ /3'1-'  Newly,  built'.  REVELSTOKE, ^C#f=  ABRAHAMSON2BROS,   PROPRIETORS    ,���������M ;'   ' , .irfii  Fhst-cl.i=s in cverv respect       All modem convenience.-  LniL'e. Sample Rooms _- '"-,*���������-<'" -���������  Special Weekly <Rates.'  ^filge.  Rates $1.50 per Day  ���������I'ioiii Hoston  '���������cpt. :i  Scpl. I"  oc[it. 24  Oct. 1  HENRY'S NURSERIES  3000 AVestniinsli'i   R0,ul.  . DOJIlMON LI\'K  Now I<.iikIiiik1 " '  JMajflouur  Coiiimoinvc.illli '  Now J.,iiul.uid.  AIUKKICAN LrNH���������Fiom New Yoik.  Philadelphia '                  Sept. ���������>  S* Kinl <*                       .&opt .3  "J,1  Lo'"-, '             ,           bept !)  ������,c\' )������,'U, - SuPt ���������������  Plii.ulelpliu. " &tpl.il  bt Loin-, . _ SoI)t  jo  STAR LINK���������I.'iorn New Yoik  Sept. 2  Stpl I  .Sept. II  WIIil'I  TcnLnnic  Ai.ibic  Gei iniiiilc  ������   ��������� ,  ���������������������������������������������������' h,c.   uay > opeciai weeKiy <i-faies.' >   i '     r -^- l :y$  ^Queen's Hotel,;,Trout' Lake,"'under'.,sanie^lnVaiiagenieiit:",'^.yg  *'���������  HOTEL   LARDEAU   ' "  ^^^= COMAPLIX   '-fa -;/  ��������� <fy,\'  fa  i;1  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Rhododendrons, Roses; '  Holland, French  1   and Japan  \    FOU FALL PLANTING.  Cud lie  Mnieslic  Celtie  Occ 11110  Oj nine  Teutonic  feept 11  btpt IU  feept li>  sept. 23  . Sept. 2i  Sept M  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  ALWAYS IN STOUIC.  CUT FLOWERS  lei-Halls, WeiblniK-  find Fuiieials':  CUN.llsr> LINK- K-ioni New- York  Carp.itlnn .     Sept   1  Lucaniii '                                          Sept  o  J'-liuni.     _ ..bept. U  Aiiiani.i fccpt. lo  ('nnip.mi.i .                                  Sept. l'l  Unibiii        . ,                              Sept  ill  Caipatlmi '                  Sept. 2U  PdssuiKi'is ticketed IIiioukIi lo all parts o  Great UiiNitn and Ireland, ami at specially lovi  latosto all pints ot the Ifiniopcan continent  Apply to nt .licit iail .my oi -team-ship agent or  t0 . ^  T.   W. BltADSHAW.   Agont.  Itovolstoku.  W. P  F. CUMMINOS, Pacific Affent  fa,   The Best House in Town.    r    Well Furnished    -    Good Table fa,  X       Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock,     "f  fa *   " - ' (^-  |\ * W. HAMILTON, Proprietor. fi;  ORIENTAL- HOTEL  ���������/������������������*���������  17r-  Bee Hives and Supplies,  FERTII.IZKRS.  -  (jat.iii.^n. ii. i.  M. J. HENRY,  Vam'oijvi.ii, 13. (  undue influence hy the piiest-  hood Judge T.uclieieau, himself a  Catholic, gave as, leason foi upsetting the election that: "The sermons preached in denunciation of  the hhcral candidate created in the  minds of many electors a dread of  committinq grievous bin and being  deprived of ihe sacrament0. Theie  i- line an exciting of undue influence of the worst kind, inasmuch  as then" threat^ and these declarations fell from the lips of the  pric������ls speakiiK from the pulpit in  the name of religion, and were addicted to pci sons ill-instructed and  i-enerally well disposed to follow  the counsels of the cures."  As to the  ecclesiastical tiibunal  Winy Chung's newly nn  ported   stock   of  Chinese  and Japanese goods.  The best assortment ever  anded   in   Revelstoke   of  useful  articles  in  and  ornamental  T( ii lorvici s  I'liltls  Musket.-,  fane Uh.iiis  Ilanill.ciclilels  GOLD  KISII  Kinostsloek of (,indies and fi an in linvn  Front Street, Rovelsloko  KIohci l'oti  UiiiIiicIIii Sliind-,  Lunch H.lsI.cis  ���������Siiiiikinir .l.ickets  Silk UoihIs  J".  ably furnished with the,choicest the market       -K     '  ���������������������������( affords.      Best, Wines,  Liquors, & Cigars.  ' Rates $ I,a day.     Monthly rate.  ALBEET      STOITE,      PBOP  'VtI  Just Remodelled and Refurnished with all Modern Conveniences.  9C    .U^Os'Sna^  h'ooms in Sui/is with Baths and   ToiicU allailn-d,JhvaiuS Hot  ami Cold Water, Inside Toilets on carl, J/oor. (un Uj^/itcttaud  Steam J failed Tlirou^lionl.  J. C. GREENE, Proprietor,        ���������    .    GOLDEN, li. C.  HEfflSTEHre  Union Overalls,  ?fe'tc  THE CITY EXPR  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Piompl, delivery of parcels, baggage,  etc, to any p.irfc of the City.  ������   ������������������ "i ������i|  Any Kind of Transferring  \V K  Sim (s,  Ovei alls,  ncniiii I'iiiiIs,  Tweed I'auls,  < oLLonadc I'an Is,  J u m pels  lllllllhCs,  Kngineeis' .I.ickeN,  Wuiieis' Jackets,  lUi-bus' Jackets,  GniKliani Jackets,  Mi-sion Kliiniicl Un  (lei mill,  iMANUKAOTUItlC  i  ('"(its'    A pi ons   anil  (*ll|IM.  ('iipenicM' A pi ons,  WllllCls' ApiOlls,  I'iuiiU'I-.'nnd I'l.ctei  ers' Ovcialls,  jVlaclflnavv Coats,  jMacklnavv Pants,  'tarpaulins,  ritinnajjc Ilagi,  irnne fllnnkrl^,  'IV ills,  l.lc , etc-, cLe  COMAPLIX  CHIEF YOUNG,      -       -       -     Proprietor.  Best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Travellers  io   Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation  at this Hotel. i  ^ All   orilns   lr;fl   at, It   .M. Snivlli^1  Tobacco Slnic, oi b) 'Jelcpiioiic, No  will icceive pionipt altinlion.  ICstaljlisliid IStil.   Incoipoi.iled 11KJJ  TURNER, BEET0N & CO.  LTMiriiD,  WHOLESALE MERCHANTS,  W in Ikmisiu, WliurSliccl.  Kncldij, 1 liv-tion &trcel,  VIOTORIA, 13. G.  The best Dolliir n Day Hoimi  in the ton n.  DAVR ORII, Pi/inri^t,,,..  I B(.-,l JJran.ls  >r Win.  Ci^.iis.  Spnriis  WOOD YARD  I have slartcd ,i pctin.uipnt Wood  Yard on Thiul stipd.. With my past  cxpciicnce I hope in lie m ;i pnsitiort  In s������ti������tv nil iw]iiiihiiii>iiIs ot cnslom-  ci-ft Mill and cdiclvvneid "-upplii'd in  any length', .it reduced piicc's for tush.  R. SAMSON.  ers  Raw Furs Bought  Cash Prices Paict  B.   WELLS9  Exporter of Purs. THE KOOTENAY MATT,  trge assort-  ,;  We have a  - m'ent of the  best American    and     Canadian  .,       ( .makes of '  Ladies and (rent's Purses  'Card- Cases and.  Chatelaine Bags  The   .shooting   season    for   prairie | USE^**a2Zm&z>-  chickens,,   giousc,   ducks   and    gecbo ���������^am^  ������^������&SiXh.,...ROYAL CBOWN SOAP  )iigiiieei-b meets at  Montreal Monday,   mi..   x>ac,+   _���������   '  +-. ���������   -^r     ,���������,  .SiiKineer   Moo    leprosenting   Pacific   lne   15eSt  m   tlle   World  en  ii  division  Mrs .  funnifeli  Spi-aggc lias kindly agreed to  11 wind in the hospital in  memory of her late husband, prefer-  ence'to be given to Musipus. '"  At   the   police court Ttiesdav 11 foi-  cignei was lined $20 and costs or thirty  days on each of two clniigcs of firing a  revolver and creating u disttubunco,  i'lic amplified foim, thiik rank-, vvil  Mail us 15 Koyul Crown Sonp  Wrappers, and in return we  will mail a beautiful Picture  si/e 1G.\20 ; or for 25 Wrappers  your choice of over 100 books.  i)rop'US a post card asking  for a catalogue of premiums  to be had FREE for iioyal  Grown Soap Wrappers.  Address'  >(��������� put on at meeting��������� of��������� (iold   Kange  >odge Wednesday  night.    A good nt-   VailCOUVCr,  All   the   newest  .on hand at the  styles  I  tendance of members rcijnested.  The following weie the .scoie.s at the  Gun club shoot pesterday: A. McDonnell If!, Willis Ainistrong 1:5,0.117  Skene 12, A. Mcltaeaud K. Sl.uidy iO,  The Royal Soap Co.,  B.C.       , /Limited.  Social and Personal  Mrs. Crawford Sonr.'is very ill.  . C. M. Kiclcl went  south   this morning.  i Ficd ltobinson is iit  present in Now  Vork.  ' Mrs Bent has gone   on   a   visit  Toionlo.'  to   Vancouver  i.is   moved   to  BUSINESS LOCALS.  j' -  A  .j., ... ,,,  J'  "S  .<J -  V  CANADA DRUG   0  LIMITED  '    ,        .        r       '  '"   ",/    REVELSTOKE.   ���������'  LOCAL & GENERAL  ���������    '        ,On Monday a   man vvas an ested-for  firing a revolver in the slieel. '  ,   Assizes   arc   lixed:    Kninloops, Oct.  (        jat; Golden, Oct. Oth; Itevelstoke, Oct.  W. 11. Fleming is, exhibiting sonic  fine scenic .pictures of the neighborhood. '...',,    .    '  The resignation  of  1',.  E.  Dicw, of  Camborne, us.justice  of tho  peace, is  -��������� '     gazetted. '; '���������,    ���������    ���������  ' The, vacancy on the medical'stall of  the hospital has been a warded to Or,  Cln'pperfield.     j '    '      .  Wc li.n-eereccivcd from 11. Tapping  a fine sample,of potatoes grown in his  garden ihis season.  ���������"'i On Saturday evening several boys  weie charged before R. Goidon, J. ."���������.,  with shooting  within   tho  city limits  '   " -and.'vveic fined. ---,.'--  /The Calgary   Herald, .says:    "Theie  _.     is no hard coal   in   Calgary, and none  in   sight   foi    the   \-in tin,  except at  ' '   fabulous prices.  - ���������     Catabgues of the New Westininstei  fair may be had on   application to the  JvooTi;.VAYri\r.ur. oflice  wheie a supplv  has been sent for di'sliibution.  !���������    ,    Theic was a town at.the entrance lo  *    Seymour Puss 'j,,    (,.,,,   jj^IK|   in   lho  r     sixties.    The   old   ccll.us   lcnniin    to  .'"mark the .spot, the buildups   h.ivn  . been Jong since bin ned..  ,." ' The titislees  are  making gie.il improvements   to   the  school,   having "a  concietc lloor put in the basement,-md  the   giounds    nicely    impioved.      .1.  Sands is doing the team woik.   '.  ,        At the meeting of the LndicVAiml-  ^laiy'of   the   ifospit.il   Tuesday, Mii-.  Kilpatiick was elected president, Mis  11. A. L'awson liist vice-president, Airs  Tapping,   second   vice-president, Mrs.  Fluult secictaryVMrs.; Clark ticasiuei.  At Kaslo Miss Maclcod,   head of ihe  "\ictpiin Older  of  Nuises,   mentioned  how Eevelstoke Hospital, which opened  ayeai ago tliia  month   with a debt of  iJ'i.OOO.'h.io now  ieduced   that sum to  $1,500, as   well  as  clearing their current expenses. "  In the first event  of   the vacht lace  the American sloop   Reliance beat Sn  'Thos. Lipton's Sliamrock  bv 7 mins ,  3 sees,  on   a   30   mile   course    The  f second evenc-vvMS won by the Itehance  in 79 seconds.    The   thiid   event   excelled time limit and was declared otT.  The city  assessment court sat on  Mond.n .and    vvas   the   quickest   on  recoid.      Only     about     half-a-do/.en  objections weie  made  to  Mi.Flovd's  valuation. As" computed with last v'-enr  and allowing   for   the  water and fight  valuation,  the  city ieal estate showed  an inciease of $70,000.  The statement appealing in our  'issue of tho loth ult.���������that the mishap  to C. McKay was due to the overturning of a stage owned by Messis Kiik-  patrick .<fc Ilillman���������proves to have  been incorrect as the stage to which  the accident occuned did not belong  to that'firm. Messis. Kirkpatiick &  Ilillman have never had a mishap to  any of their stages dining the time  they have been l tinning between  Beaton and Trout Luke and Ferguson,  and the sC.rvice is one of the best conducted in Kootenav.  Dr. Sutherland 8  it. S. Wilson i-, making an addition  to the south side of his shop' on Mc-  Ivcn/.io avenue and is also putting in a  fiont, of plate glass an.I adding an  upper Horn for living ico ns.   ,  The conservatives held an organisation meeting at, Selkiik Hall last  night when about 50 attended. T.  Taylor, the party candidate, delivered  tin uddicss which was1 well icceived.  The city council met last night.  1'resenl': The mayor, Aid. McCarlhv,  l.avy, Mcl.eod, Koote. The pi incipal  business was striking the ,ra'te, which  was fixed at 13 mills general nnd If)  mills special.     ' ,  ,  in the IJig JJend ai;ticio on another  page llicstalcniont that,'' irolden and  Ijarly took$I5 from .Smith creek should  read $150, and the amount taken out  by,Gus Lund, A. McKay, O. Noi-leans issue'  ���������J. Sands and S. Hill should lead $J8  000 in two years instead of $8,000' a,  printed.  The ingenuity of the prospector is  teniai-kable. His culinary depai tmont  soniclinies"afl,oicls 'gieat surprises.  Nettles make a > favorite vegetable in  some prospecting camps, while in  others the curly tips of the mountain  loin ,uc said to'make one of the best  vegetable dishes" that'can be put on  the table.  , Col ��������� Holmes, ,officer commanding  district, inspected local corps of Kocky  Mountain Uangeis Wednesday. Thiee  ofhccis unci-18 men attended p.u.ido.  The company vvas put rhiough chill by  Capt Drown, Sergts. Han and iiingor.  Col Holmes said .he was'well pleased  with them. ������ Koi the time, the corps  have been foi mod they had .lone belter  than older coi p.s.     . _  ���������The sports com mi tlee.inot'yesici clay  Advices showfd,tho fiieiidly societies  could,not join p,na le as most mem-  beis will be iu laboi union paiade. W.  M. Liwicnce was added to spoi ts and  finance committees. It . was decided  Umiiv ito Kamloops cig.u ��������� makeis to  join* panicle A committee wnsn.ip-  pointed to sac lacio^sc club and ar-*  i.mgc- match. ,$717 was. allolccl for  prizes. ' '  A    u e  ,Dr. W. .1. Curry,', icsidcnt dentist,  Longhead block. ' ,  Ice cream, soft drinks and cider at  the City Oakery.     ������  Souvenir goods all kinds at Canada  Drug it Hook Co's.  ���������J'VlI. Lewis lepoi is great activity in  city real estate'  You can save money by insuring,  with if. N. Cour-iicr.r 1  Just opened new selection .of clocks  and silveiware at J, Guy Barber's.  iteid it young give some pointets on  the new stock they arc opening up.  'M.A.Wilson   has  just   impoited a'  first class stock of tweeds and woolens  Optical goods to suit tho most complicated cases at .1. Guy Harbor's.'    "  i J toad C. ii.'irumoit.Co.'s  change of  advertisement, on; first   page of  this  U. Howson it Co. have been appointed agents for, an impioved bed  couch.  W  tonight  lttended    meeting   of   olcl-  limers   vvas   held   at,  \V   ,!-. Dickcv's  lestde'nce   Monday,   vv'hen    it,   was decided to hold, a clmnci on Sept. 10th  A   McKac   picsidetl.L'   The , following  committees   weie^ appointed:      Pi0  igi.inimc���������Mesdames Dickey and Cicel-'l AIa"  man,   and   .Mr.   Lindmaik.     Ccnei.ll  committee^��������� .Mesdames      Cieelman,  Howson,   Fiascr, ��������� Messis.  Lindinark,'  Dickey and Fraser vvith power to add.'  Hoyd and IL. lleavenei , have  leased Llio "liccoption 'hotel at Cam-  tiorne.    ' ' f '  .r. A. Miller it Co. have'" opened' a  full slock of school supplies and ollice  requisite1-. ' .        '  C. H. ilinno it Co. draw attention t'o  their large stock of chocolates* and  cocoas icceived direct fiom the manufacturers.  The St. Leon Hot Springs has been  opened and is ,nbvv lea'dy to accomodate visitois,  W." M Lawionco is advertising a  laige'and varied assoitment of sportsman's icrpnsites. ' . ;.  Messrs. Macdonald it Montcitb have  opened out new stocks of gioceiies and  gent's furnishings.  See our new shipment of carpel,  '���������(puies diiect fiom England Just  opened.���������K. irowson it Co.  Leave your oicleis for [lies of any  kind���������meat, mince oi fruit���������at the  CiiyJJakcry.���������A. E. jjennison.  ������"  if>ouget your picsctiptions filled  at the Canada'Drug it Book Co's. vou  get the piuest of, clings and chemical'-.  , Travellers visiting Eevelstoke will  find the best, accomodation '.it' the  Centiallfotel. Abrahanibon Bios, o" '  To insure the greatest' results one  must adveiti'-c right, and the right"  place to advciiiso is in  the Koorr.S-.vv  '   Mrs.  Cao   leturnecl  Satuiday.  _ Engineer    McNab'  ICam loops. ���������       l'  IL if. Giuy,  of  Camboine,   vvas  town  today. '  I Mrs. Smith Sour, has   been   suiter-  ing fiom illness.  ' i)r. ba/.ier is   gazetted   government  phyician at Caniborne.  Mr. and Mrs. A. Mcile.ui -have gone  on a visit to Manitoba. 0  V. Knifed', Gold' commissioner,   loft  for Poplar ibis morning.  J. J.-Foley; will   make  his lesidencc"  ni Itevelstoke for a time.  ' W. George is expected   hue  from a business tup east.  'Mrs. Paget gave an   afternoon   tea'  ye&toiday to a few friends.   '        '< '    -|  , A. A. Clark,   of   Camborne  visum to the city this week.  .Miss Roberta   Stevenson   has  appointed teacher at A i row-head.  'Mrs. K. M. _Lc\vis   ontei tainetl  pleasant dance Tuesday; evening.  '7Mcsdaiiies   J.   D. 'and   W.  Sibbald  leave next week on a visit to Danll'.  iJ7 A. Magee and   J.   Ji. 'McKon/.ie,  of Comaplix.'wero iii  this   city* Wednesday.  Capt. Hughes, of Duqiiosiiu Mining  Company,'is expected ' in the cily  tonight.        /t ,    i        , .   '' .  [ V-fV K:' \j. Taylor has loiuiiied lo  Wiitish Columbia,'and , was at'Asli-  croft this week. *   ���������>  itcv. Fathei Thayer is now' visiting  his'biothei-ni Venice and will return  toviesume his chaige at KevelstoUc  about October.'   '   -   ' ' " '  - Ii.-Wilsoii, i\r. A , forincilv of-liovuf-  stoke, and latieily tof Tioul lake, has  been appointed principal ,of the high  school at Aimstionsr. .-  # ,G. S. McCarter leaves in- the morning for i*anfV having been advised of  the,illness ol Mis. McCarior, who has  been on a visit to hei p.uenls there.   '  -was   a  been  at a  The Great Northciuncrossed   the  C.  R. tinck.s al S.ippcrlon this week  befoie a special train with ollicials and  police could ariive fiom Vancouver to  stop them.  10. C. Fiomey completed the foundations for the new C. I', it. station at  Golden, for which J, Henderson ' is the  contractor, and has made a first-class  job of the work. '    b t  i). 'M. ileaton, C. I'. K, employee,  suslaincd'a compound fiacture of the  thigh while riding on the',,cab of'an  engine at Kam loops as it'backed to  tho coal bunkers.  r .General Manager McNicoll aiiivetl  fro'm the south Sunday and went to  Glacier Monday on his return east,  cutting'f,the coast trip 'out'- Genl.  Snpt.,Mai-polo and 'Supl. Kilpatiick  aecpmp.miecl Jinn. *  UNDKIt TIIK AUSl'JCKS Ol-' ''  the Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society of B. C.  i '      \viuj, ins iri'u- at'   ",.   '  JVEW  WESTMIMSUEP^, 7B.   C,  .September 29 and 30, October 1 and 2  ,000 iFPBIZES AND ATTRACTIONS  OPEN TO THE'WORLD  JUiin^irv^^I'l^J^'1'^ To���������nja,���������oi,l.-.S.���������i���������������������������k-s of  MON8TJCB 1-XCUJlSrON I-'HO.m' A 1.1, 1-OINTS AT GUKATf.V ItKDUCKD K VViiS "  ,     .- JVo   Entrance  Fee   Chancel for  Ejc'hibiU.     '   ''     ,  'inyJf,nT W?i.Vil,i!,,,*Pl������   K Ai&'i}l,^,Vi0,?!rfiA,rt-.,r'i,ln������*- AUl W������'-"'. ��������������� ��������������� ^  , ,l'oi- hbUn Jdilry for,,,,, llnd f���������,l piirtlculais wrIU, 10"1-"11'"'       \ ,     - ,  T. J. TRAPP, Presldont.        ��������� .   w  w  inniDv  n������        '   '        - '                              "                    w- H- KEARY, Manager and Soorotary.    ���������  MIIHIIIIII'MiramMCTm  ,aL,^   in.,,,.,  ������ ' 'i \  THE'OWL'���������^  Kast of'AIolions lliinlc , ��������� -l!ovo!sto!fc:^i=  For vour, meals.,, Open day and niglil.  Meals 2.)c and upwind^ Special weekly  rates.    Good service giiaranli-cd.  FliJIl Is ITO, I'ropricl.i.'s.  cln"'0?11,""'  '"  W|1'"'ici' -mine. ''Willi  n     m!(,ll<','l,'',,,'J-    ^'���������I'M.'lienlars'  lily=iiM,,'1','-'oriC(;oTi:\Av Mail. '  NOTICE.  OKAMCD TION'DHUH ml(liUs',.,i |0 Uio i'ukIri-  IO   slifiiuil  will  Im u'culvoil  un to .Soul. liTlli  lor tlie liibpi   nl'  (olluuli,(f in,,!  pui,,,,,,,,  (,!,(.  euiliiiiforilioOiiuiiilldiiSL?   .Si^,7.'Alill"������L.  _ ' i������ lovyisl, oi liny lundci not, nouussii-ily uc-  CLJILCtl        ^^  It. 'I'AI'PINO,* JIuiiih.0,-:,  NOTICE.  -_AL Kpwoith LeagueonrMoiidav W.  \\f. I-efeaux icad a,paper on "loo'kmg  fonvaid" and, on Monday ne.\t'av div  ctission will lake place on prohibition.  , Miss Barber airived ' Saturday on a  vi^tt to hei brother. J. Guy Ijarber,  ami was the guest, of Mi. and Mi.-, R.  ���������Nj i)oyle She e.\tends her tup to the  coast..  11 A Upper , vvas "caught on the  Ariow Lake in a frigli'tful .stoini, on  Mpi.clay last, tie vvas in a canoe and  had a pietty lough lime, losing his'  icvolvei in his ellorts to handle the  canoe. - ' /  Al II.C IKJI.ol i.l imiliy oluutois fiom nil sec-  lions III |l,u iii,ni.K i liLieliyiiiiiiiiuiuiiivmlciif  f.'n'n'I v'i'",'^, " <-ll"1ll''-"-������'" H'o coiiiiiik (''Icctina^  1(11   'lOVul-Ulkl-. ILIKl  l...|IIC'M  llic-ll|l|llll|    (If   llio  t1:;,"-. l .i"-'' vi-sii iiic-.n/ic-i.-iu.'juunoiisAr  UC    ('Icaill.Llc    II Hit     hold    IIIUCI MIL'S,    lllllcs    of  which will lie duly uiiiiiiiiKul, '  ^ '        J. JI   ICKLI.IK.  STENOGRAPHY-  Typewriting-, Book-keeping-, Penmanship  Business,-' Law'and' Forms(;Commerci'al  Arithmetic, CoiTespoiulence,7ertc.,v" "  Thoroughly and .  .    . --    '  Fiaelieally taugln, ,'- "  Vaiicoiivep Business College, Ltfl.y  \t-'    '       ,''iJ. O IJcix 311. '  ,_/.    ,    ,, VAN(JOlJVI*I{, U. tV!   ,  wit  For Sale'  TWOltcHlduncSsdi, jVl.ilCciulo Avainw  .node.,, Ii,i,���������ovomk.ii^ tijm oacl,, oi, ca^  TWO Itusltiencos on  Tlilul. Slruc-I'misi   v..,.,.i  1      eaTion^. '"? '"^ '���������������'*wl'���������ti  ON'l' Kcslilcncc on   l-'irst Slici-l' .'..ui   ,'.������������������i..  A��������� W ^ M,,������?ct'������ '������������ "������"���������#.���������   - "'  JIAItVKV. MeOAIt'l'lilt &, I'lMCH.'v.v! ^  For Sale.  Sevenil  Hotirne liros. have irnpnited'ii  lirst  class slock of  lisbing tackle, and have  opened huge consignments  of coll'ees j  and fruits.  Got Lame Back 'or,. Lumbago?  Noneedoft.li.it, nnvv.' That sm-t, ()f  pain can In- ki.ocked ma in short order  lor Poison's Ncrvilint', vvhk-h is' live  tunes  strongei   than   any ol In-r. iii-rie-  li.itcs  at,   untv   Itirnugh   Ihe   ii- ne~,  reaches Hie miiii ce nf Miffcnnc. di ives  " l  "'I   thus gives relict .iim.,si in".  sl.inllv. Xot, iii,iKic, lint sL,,.nir,|i t|)at,  givivs FoUon ^ Nfiviline llit.s pi.wi-r  r on vvill think it limbic however-it vou  try it, pain goes =o quickly Sold" hy  cl.'.ileis every wheie, ;��������� large ijc ImtLles  CHURCHES.  P.V1.VA1 IO.V  serv ices  vv i  ak.viv  he  held in the  ~,.. ^...,  ou , jv.t.-a    win     ny    I1PIC1   111   L if.    u:     , ������-,,.* -       !.������lMit.on   Army    barracks   Saturd" ���������! >,!. }*'?*?*>' bui,dm������ ,110"'  ^"P^1  ml Sunday, Aug  20th and 30th, con-   bi J' JJfcCre^man ������������"> -^ Eva,,,.  ucted by Adjt. Andievv.s-     Kvervbodv1     A "ei,tIJ printed  circular,  on  good  Speei.i  a,  a  d  is welcome  Si. I'r.rui:?.  Sen ices w :]I be held bv the Vic.ir  S and li a. m. and 7 30 p. m.  -itin-iionisr.-  An oidination service vvill be hcjd at  U   .i. m.   tomonovv,    vv lion   Rev.   it  IJughes.   of    ir,iliburton_ St.   church,  >*iu:.umo, will   be  ordained to the full  work of  ihe   ministiy.    The   services-  will be conducted   by   Rev. J. Tnrnei  president  of  the conference, and Rev.'  J. If. White,  supenntendent  of  missions      Ro\.   Mi     Hughe,   has-   just  completed his course at the university  jincl   has   been    to* England   for   his  hrirlc, .-uriving in   RovcNtoke tonight.  He will conduct the evening service.  fi South  African   \Y.w Land   Giant   Those entitled who want to'sell should  commtinicale with P. O. J3ox ������02  Vancouver "'  When you'come to Revelstoke hiul  the Central Hotel bus to take you to  a good hotel. Abrahamson " Bros  Pi ops. ,    '  See that .your   printing   hears  tl.e  union label.    The Koote.vav   Mvu. ia  the only  office   here   which   has  riuht to iis-e the label.  _   Ilont forget yourself oi   to tell vour  friends that-they  c.-.n   get everv thine;  for a kodak or a camera at the Canada  Drug A Book Co's., Revelstoke.  " 117 Manning  mlends  moving  from  the  premises now occupied by him to  the  j paper and well written, create:  abl     '  a favor-  ''Says the Koolenaian- "Gold Com-  missionei Fiascr is an energetic .mil  most eflioieiit oflicer, thoiouglily capable of looking after his own disliiot,  ab I is \vcll "known and thoiouglily  appreciated by the' pco[ile "  W. W - L-Vaser, of iimersbn,. Jinn,  secretaiy to theAirowhcad Lunibei  Coi, returned fiom Aiiowlie.id/i'lmis-'  ��������� (,l'Jf-',lftfer sl)CIKll������g -l fo������' days theie. I  While m the city he vvas the guest of  Mr, and Mis. \V. M. Lawrence  J- Calbick, of New . Wcstminstei,  airivccj this week to visit his son, C  I'. R. Fiieman Calbick, who was  operated on at* the hospital foi appendicitis. The'Columbian says Mi.  Calbick is gieatly impressed vvith the  splendid tieatment accoided his son  at the Revelstoke institution.  On Monday afternoon Mis. C J.  Wilkes gave a musicale which was attended by a l.nge number of'ladies  who greatly enjoyed the music pio-  vided. , Mesdames Lawicncc. Dciu,  Creelinan, Rows contiibnted vocal  selections, and the principal feattue  was 'the, plav ing ol Miss Lcictta  Garvin, who has been the pupil for  several years of' a f.eipsic graduate m  Minneapolis;. Mi=s G.uvin contiibnted  several classical selections vvithgic.it  taste and piecision Piano selections,  'Barcarolle'" (Kevin),, "Mcmoiiam"  (Schumann)   ly   Miss   G.uvin;   song  7,. NOTICE.  -  -    ; .  VTOI'KJI.;   is liorcb/ Bivcii tint Vliuly din.s  ,,la, !'i .������7.,U(; ' A"*"'"1 l0 '"I"'1'''������ '"������ 1 '<""���������  \l' , i 0I"<J|   ('<"ninissioiii;i   of Xmi u nnd  vvo ks lor pci mission tu cut, ,md omn hvwij  limliur lioni Ihu folldwniK rlL,cubul 1 inds, in  v\ (.sLlvoolcii.ivlJisinct:  r���������,7M",,,","<;"t,,"K'l, "''"J*'1 P'l"'^'' oi"- and thicc-  ni iitci   miles fiimi   Kicicli ttuuk wcs(,���������limil  mi chains iKii-ih oi u-.ul. ihcncu wCsl .-li (.liiun-  icnco soiali Ml cliiiins, tliinouo.istSDL'li.uiis  IIh-iico nor Hi SOtli.iiin, lo imliiil p(M     -   .        '  mtclAngiislt.'iUi.lM.'i       JM, Alaa!"'-'-  -.Fancy Cakes "aiid. Confectionery  bevonil,int(.n.S)t.s in'.silver-lead' iirop.  "- '.notice:;*   w:.  T^ini'l^n'1''0''3. "',lL<l'I''l>- <!'������ ' afici- ,l,ilu I  of Lii, N iu 1 ,vl&!������f",(! Chicl "'"���������"-'-lo "ii-  ....i   ...a "(irlcs  for n sikjoiii     iccnsa lo  WHOLESOME  ���������UIIOWN,.  ,WIIITJ'  and  HOMI-I-MADE'  Scones', Buns and.  'Fancy'1 Cakes's;,,?,!!  lies... 11..V    ,, .'    ;.       -. "���������"<-'" OIO llllVIIIK  (ii.sci iijert land, fllimicd   n c n cmi liav   Unimp '  ���������Vin^/fe,.^!''^"^''1^   ������'*  noi'lhoiisL  IllCllOd-jSOl   Ihuiitu not ill Mloliii!  or"('i,(|i'.nl;lV. Il,l<1'llll������1"' l������o(!i| miles  i Mi 80 cliiiins, IIiumco viosMJII clinlin'  ust.SII clidlns,  bilUIILU U1US,'   ' "     '      *  Dated ui .Viiowi'ieiui'.'il, C, JiiIy'.-jOLli, mn.i.  DAVID liKAiVTy. *-'���������  ..ineo orsi.v.-..-,5,r������nw,rIiV,",,t0 C'1^ y ol,,;,!,*��������� "-  '   E; WATERSON:   "  Bricklayer and Stonemason  P, ������; n������xl'Ji- 'KKVI'-LSTOICl*,.]). l!.  All lines of JVIuson woik in'ideiLiken.'  KsLini.ilL'sgivun for ouiIcIiiiks, tic  Dances and Private ijartii-sCatered to.  -lrull Slock (if liNcellent'u.indii's.'  ;A::E. BENINIsbN;\  MelvcnV.ic Aveniis,     , RliVliLHTOKli  SAMSON & PAULSON,  ps, Faperitangers, Sign writers  .     KALSOMJNING  DONK.  Ordeis rcc-ivi- prompt intention.  Second street,       -       HlflVELSTOKJS  FOR SALE  -Ladies,-Boys and'Men's*   ,���������  Boots and Shoes  See my assoitment of 'thu |,ostl ,  liarg.iins  evei   ottered  in   the  city in these lino. '    '  UKin-IKIOA'I'l.:   01-'*- IjII'ltC)VUVlKXT.S,,  '- ;./";NtfncE."*��������� ������-i  Mri������u.,'  f-;"'������."   ,l1"1   J''"'"Iiiin    Jr  -MNicial'  ,w������a,ttnllBMM,l,1:'������-l'lll'"1  (,,(!ei,!Vro,^ml,*lV!'<-","a/.- '^������������������������������������etli ''���������   Hn.-i.ol,*  .ikoih loi biiiiih (Jinii,, Ks(i-,'|.'ico'JIliiui-'k i-i.i .  .1.        .   I.<!lN"-."'u,-,-|ntt'ii(, svlr iluvs frnin'  ori'l-o,- ���������taro!,0rli,,',',,,h ^'h-MniUlVoci'dir'  B���������,( ������w������iN������iw.i.o.iw,i Gi'int ���������of"ii,'J;ftljo1;;  SOCLIOI, ���������("' mull   1 *''*"   "'-Wl.illll llul ion.'.lllldci i?'J  liner o  s,',   '   . , iii <-������,l������'"������"C0'l l.oforo I lie issn-    ���������  unci, ol such Coillllciiiool Iiii|iiovoiiionts.,������",- I  .D.iled llns Second day or .Tiily, 'A.*D"l'lftV 'r'N   , JfUN'NUTII.J,. nUH.VKT, I-.'u's.'"  Second street,  ,T.  fi  'ILHTTO,  ii,c.veIalokc.  iHOTOGRAPHS  R- H. Trueman will personally visit Revelstoke  Sept'2nd to 18th Inclusive  and will make a special offer  this visit only.    He will give  one 8x10 enlargement with  each dozen Cabinets.  Don't overlook this genuine  offer.  BICBEND  Leaves Kovel^toKe   for-'j^,,,   L<lndi ^'l^^'^X^^^ZX^^h  at(.:dO p. in. Mondays and  Th.,i'si.'ay������ C'     ���������   K V(rf,r 'Y "url"������ of "btnimiw  nieeunc, steamer on letuin ,,-ip. A ������& ty?-^ ������������������������������������  CKK'ni-'ICA'J''.; 01'' IMIMIOVEMKNTS.     '  .       r   NOTICE: '   , ,'.";  P3utm:!:^^ir'o?i^^;)j1i;,^f:'  Wite te'^  0,.'./:n"to������ s-'n-cl.   aliont 10  parison vvill make trade for n.=. Fair  prices marked in plain fijrnrcs .-ind one  price to 7.II.���������John E. Wood'., Furniture store. '  On 'i'huisrlay J. Gny  iiarber   moved  :e^_:r:e3 $i.oo  .2.") Ihs b.iggaRf free.    '  Intending passeiiKeis- should |eav-(  vvonl at I'k'iiimtr's Sl.ihle or r'inir up  phone No. 8 when the stage vvill call  lor IliPin.  W.' FLEMING.  mcol'.rs^rf'''1.'!? co"������oi'co(l" boioro tiioLs'si','-  anco or sncli Oortilic.if o i.r IiiipKnoiiieiits.  Dated tin's Ivvcnli-llltlulay of Ji���������10, A. D  IfM  KKNNKnr h   nilBNBT, P. h S.  Why Sniffle and Sneeze?  Don't  '-,'ll'-'i'.my more  with ,l cold in  ui" h.-.td, pisr firry a Cat.mikuozo.m-:  . - - -      . JMlALHii  in   van   vest,  rxx ket    in. ������  into   his   new  piemiserfoti .Mclven/.ieh'ow- and    - ���������       ' ' '  .150 me  of  Cholera Infantum.  his h.is limsr 1���������.L.��������� i i.rr.!rrli'cl  as   one  he iiuisi (],iiifr,.niiis  ,ind   f.itiil   di-.  ������������������iiliiect.    ft  Vou will find the RKI)  CROSS IJRUCSTORK  l*I(-M(l(|u;irtcrs foi-c'iif schocil  -supplies.  See our Pencil Boxes ;ind  our Exercise P-ooks which  cannot be equalled for ihe  money.  Wc also carry a complete  -supply of all office requisites.  . A. Miller & Co.  eases to ivhieh infants an      .         can he lined, however, when |'iropei|y  Heated. Alllhat is nre (������������������...,, ry ,s |���������  eive Chiiriilierlairrs Colic-, Clioleia ,m(|  1)1.in ho.-ii Remedy and r,|s|���������| r,j|( ,ls  (Iirei-led Willi e.idi linul... ,mr| n  f lire is certain, l-'m s,,I,. |,v ���������|| f|M,,r.  I Ki'-l-'-. n  ag.uri and yon won't have  colds. 0.it,UT-ho-/onc knocks nut a cold  in ten minute-., kills ,i headache iu five  minutes and hard rac-kin������ eoutflis in  iMll aii hour. Inhale the plea-aYa Ca-  t.arili(i/.o,ie vapor fiv,. minutes four I  limes daily and il will cure Urmiclntis.  Liinif Tiouhle, 0,.,ifries.s, Asihm.t ������������������(|  C.U.iiifim any put t of lhi- syj-tem.  Oatarrlio/oue is ih-most clirecr, mod-  ern and scientific method, and i.s guar-  anteed to tfive ^itixf,,tt|f>n. (;���������mp|cte  tvvi. imiiitlis' lf(MLiii|.|,t,.osf, ������I.W.trial  'I In Jl.i-tcr .Me. Ii.tnir h ['ui,. -|',lr >IM.   h    ,  ...i.i... I,,,-,,,, ki���������, wMll.      , ,1^;:,^  I.   ,,KrV'"'    "��������� r"'   "'���������     fl" -lii.uiler.il me  n.i-ipt  r,f ������������������'.- for  p������s|j1K(..    Allien Tuli.-i S.  iii.iriiir.i.-nni.|s. Miiniriiil.  '."'���������.  ���������s.l.lp  Moscrop Bros.  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Water & Steam Heating.  Pipe Valve Fittings,  Electric Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtures %n$l Put In.  avenue     The new shop is well finished  and will enable^  splendid  display  to  bo  m.idc of  ">fr.  Jjiirlier's  fine  stock  '] he shop is  20x30  feet  with  a   nlatc  glass   show    window.      A    hands  show case has been added  j     A. Evans has taken over the h.irljor  | business- formerly c.irrif d on hy House  i-ind Oevore, Mr House  having   taken  J over Mr. Bvnris'.s hu.sinc-- at   Vernon.  .Mr. P.vans intends nioviri" to the   mm - ���������>-       ,.   -  ������f������iMinB to he erectccN,^.^^.^ I ^" t^l^ "' *' * >'������l��������� *  (hor.sfuitho.-alonKMcKon/ie .-ivenue.   '   Ha Mir ton',   Prrr     ,-r-r.r./.  ���������ind   will   add   unproved   ha I lis   t.i }���������s   ti������,n! "  ' ": {'"*hT"*-  nevv estalilishinent r ���������      - ���������  o������^;nourcT^:,olo���������K;���������7^i^^ and steamer  but we do want >ou to come and take ���������    b':^rn:,d:L,:rJ;i;;5r,,:;,;:ir^r is'r;1 m���������": ������- ������-  vve,,,.,,-aut,;then,p,s^,ePr;^,;e^nm:i:   ' '    '"   * "'*���������"���������""'  ���������.lohn K   Wood, I-:rst nt -| i ,  ,.   ���������   ���������   ,  0   AroiK.,11   has   ordeied   a   .(,..!���������,   ....V.   ...... 7,'1 .,lJ ^ ^' "  -���������> i cuts a  First Grand Annual Celebration  A'i' HEVIiLSTOKK,  TWO DAYS PROGRAMME  SiOPTKiMHFIt 7th' and'Sth.  I..ioni<jsc    Kootliiill.   Il.iscb.ill,   Gun   Club and  Kiflu Club .Slioots, Atlilelic Spoiis.  Revelstoke Grows Fast  _    _    i   i  We ki-ovv I'asler, having ndded  lo ouri3.ikery ,md Confectionery  business full lines.of  Groceries and Camp Supplies  MID AVIIOJf 7T  jr.vv  rnwei-iiv   >i.     .    >-  ?('iits lor  Ihe  Celeln.iled  JIONSOON TI5AS.  JVJ)������S^ "ji un tho l",o,^,o"rUf���������tS;?|f  and iioiitiiiiiiiifr a��������� men or,i7ncrcs  Columbia,  iiioro or less, a. u.o u.^'JInM o'f'Soci'p'i',-  Kach lender must bu accoinr.ui.cil  bv a,. ,.,.  a. ehai tnred IJ.ink ot the Ho-  Grand Parade and Trades Procession  Spu.-ial l.'.ue^ bj Kail and .Steamer.  ir. KlXlVn, <-ec.iel.iiv.  eieil ii sj,.,in,  Iiciitiriff plant and mil ���������dil to his li.ur  (IrtssiriK f������tiih|i>hrnc'iir. Turkish hatli-  PATENTS  ��������� #.i.i������i i i-. ..ii ....  Second Street, RevelstokeIg-  which will he under the management  oi J. O'Connor, fnini'-rly of Ft Leon  Hot KpriiiL's, and nho has ),,u\ wide  experience in Ainr-neim Sanitai-inm-  Au addition has hren made to the  building for steam, drying, shainpod  moms and waiting parlor, with three  loom.s upataii.s for sleepers. The Iiaths  will be open by Thursday.  (Iffll   lV.lI(Sllb|Hl���������.dl|,H|sp,|���������H   (,.w   .������������������,,,,���������.,  i "lliiK on icliill m^rrliiiiits nnd  iiKi-iiLh     I.ndil  ���������ilv,','i!.*->.na-,l.l,lly $l'm n t������'"-'������������I CM'������n"es  '^y i *lo'".,Aw'-"k "l<-"1'11 "'' ���������i\pui'������������n(l-  Vlimifl.      I'osit on   nnr.mim.nl        I!,,o.,,.,.   I'ositlon  peniiiuiuiit  il   .ind   i-uslniii.      K,���������.]���������vo   scir-adilnssfd  0|i(.    bliuidiinl Ifonsc, .(1.1 ('ii-(ji,ii  HI,Ik  on  In 1^'Ilt (i  tl.e rr, i.r \n point- as far as C.il������.uy.  'I'b������ I'mi Amcri'j.iri Comp,?ny \a  re������isr.erf,f| ���������_, Guthrie, Okl,i��������� with a  capital of $2.".0,000,000 to build ,, ...j..  way fiom ffiuNons liav to Jiu'nos  Ayie-  The iircHif rhood of I.'ailivay Carmen haw had ,i rnuriuUcc at ivork  niiikiii-; schedules ivith tin 0. I*. |{  Co and Imve come to a  settlement.  As restiltof .Manner i-AIcXieoll's visit  A. Kendall, recently   locomotive   forc-  Lnoil'l riuiii /it Xirktisp, has been   piomolcd lo  "position   of  locomotive   fotcma-i at C.  Jlirslmss sue | I'.    I'     .slmjis   nt    Kevelsloke.    T.    I).  liobcils has been .'ippoinlr-d nieht foic-  nian,  Trademarks  and Copyrights  obUlncd la nil uoiinliics.  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent  Attorney  .\l<fliiuii(..il /Vriiuuej and CiiKlnei-i.  ,:""' '��������� (''imrield lllecl.. (.���������|.iniill.'Kl���������iie,ii l-.o  VANCOUVtn,   B   c.  i      ,- -^   I''"!".!   will w'ciiii- an cm-iimi-' .iiiiiriini.  a    i..li.cllou    ii.ei.ir,,, lli.w,w|���������M,in,i.,U���������ll diimlSi/iidiiy  iiiulnd from  M. A. SMITH & CO.  Victoiia Kn.ni, Kevelsloke.  ,'t,.?. 1if n lllc f'.'" '"I'oiinf olleicd pei aci-i- in  n the ��������� W!iel'.,"',S0'n ���������"<-'" w'������ be to"reitc3  "lie pnicluis,'f U,������ ,0,,dl,rer tMU"������ to ���������������������P'ot������  Teims'nr' Ji,'01-8!,11?11 'vil1 !������- eiiteimined.  *>  sem. 1,1 w. .'l,������ "''J1 W one-foiii thill cisli or  Mu.onn.l'i0 t"e ?f- Wllc. a"(1 "l,c I'lilanee u  1 Iuoo (-(iii.il aiiiuial  instiilments, willi  inieiosl  .ajpereentpoi-iiiiniim. "iitiosi,  Olt.lVMl, IlLllJuly, liinil.  J. Guy Barber  Halcyon Hot Springs  ~fa n it a riu m.  s.if isfuetoiy  rilllK AIIODICAI, U'ATIOIIS or  ir.il-  1       (y(-n nil- Hi.- iiiosl. c uralive  inlhr  "'"���������'!���������    A iierfei i, iialuinl remedy  lor-  "II    .Nervous   und    Museula,     diseases,  , l.ivei. Kidney arid Hlomneli ailrneiils  ������������������Hid   AleUilhc   IV.isoiiiii>r.    A sinecure  ! f"i "Tliat Tued Keeling." Special  "ites on all hoii(������. nnd iriuns. Tvv-o  mails ariive and depart every (lav.  lele^Liph ( onifiiiiiiii .iI i������ni with ali  pails nt n���������. Hoild. An e-cper ient ed  mii������s.t iif^ci.  HaIcjron Hot Spring's  Arrotv Lak,c. "B. C.  u  and a  complete line  of the  GENUINE  DIAMONDS  N0%5 COMPANY R. M. R.  NOTICE.  i���������V������!!Vi)f-nh,'. "i!'01''; ���������j"i''P"y wii   in I'^Unll Iiall at 7:������0 every Tuesday  and Friday ,,iKhr till further notice,   *  By older  II- A. BKOWjV, U. o.  WANTED  ���������pOKSALi-J-I()U.,crk,.H.,,,,1  ���������dj,1(..  J      en(, io  laihv.-iv s| ,���������; ,,|s��������� )\vu  f-ood   cows..    Address    H.   U.   i-'rvis,.,.  SalmoiiAimJi. U. Ji"-<i,  ItJ.-lsK"*   A"l"yE-A. Br.,dh.y,  d mdlvvi-i^lii  iver  \h  '1847  JRog-ers Bros."  Knives, Forks,  Spoons, etc.  i:..ts c-irifully e\aiiiuicd and  piuptrh filled to the hist tirade  jnrKliv-is ^C >,  WANTiSD-Kxpcrienc ,  ry      Applvat once.  Ivoolenay It  ^iniihi-r Co., jVelsorr, U. C.  WAN-EEDZ. 1^,^.1,.^,  slore in ^iowiiik  ollice Ivoolenay i\i,ul.  sit   Tor  I own.  Kciienil  Apply  WANTED-The   peis������������������   who  7^7  lowed fiom (|,e   ICoolenay Mail  <; lice ii large   ���������,.,,,  ���������l'   KevelsKike  .mil  disti icl lo lelurn same  WANT TO SELL-U'niversily   ed  > >_ itton of Sh.ikespenre .villi illiis-  t...lions and noles. 1',- ������. ftW. , , . "s.  namely S2 cash and $2 pei^minll, 'A "  ply al kootenay Mail. '  i^sui *U*V������JtW#^  K-*-������trn.^w^''  ���������������r?-xrz'+K./*������'~xw


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