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 '1%%'  m  )W^  t':'9' A34|  i   -.Alv  '7"C(  3'! '#  ���������lEreJ  ^  f^^^  >'������   i  Vol. 3.  -No. 32.  KEvELSTOKR WEST KOOTENAY, iiC, NOVEMBER, iS, WW.  $2.00 a Year.  FIRST SEASON'S'WORK  ON     SMITH   ,CREEK     HYDRAULIC  '      WORKS IS SATISFACTORY.  ,  t  The Manager Expresses Himself as well  Pleased  with Results Obtained���������  The Ground Hog" Basin���������Oru Ship-  ' ments from Broadview and Great  Northern Expected.  broke through'tiie ice. gut   wot, an.I as  a   result   had   tiieir   reel   fio/*"i.     Th"  pai ty reached Boyd's  Sal unlay   night  mill   ������t.-iried   lor   Rev elstoke   Monday,  arriving here  Wednesday aftei' a most  Irving  I i-i p. eveiy  step of  xyliich   the  '.Yo/.en-foeilod men had  lo make.    Carl-  . ('  son   is   iniir.--  sevei-ly   frozen   than   his  companion,   and  ' il    will'  he   several  weeks hefoie he vvill  he,-.veil again.,  SHOPS'"COMIN'G HERE.  * r IJIti   KIWI).  Prof. X.-ison, w Im has been directing  opel-iitiiin.s at, Siuil h Ci-i ck fur the  Col-  iniihia Hydraulic  .Mining  C'o.,   was  in  town this week on his way Fast having  sliutdovvii   work   I'm-   tlie   v.ii.ler. ��������� lie  expresses   liiiii.si-ir   well    pit used   ,wi(h  the   result   of   llu-.   ilie   lii.si,   seasons  work, and though ,-is h>- s.-iys,'"his company vviil   not,-d.-elai e  dividends  this^  yejir,' lie has clone   cuoii^h 'lo  demonstrate I h.-it the gold   is   liiei-i-   ill   large  quantities and vvill next'year return  to  t he scene of operations   Lo do  a  large  amount   ol'   development   work.      Ai-  " together about ia.lXX)  yanis  ol' giavel  were   washed   this, seaaou,   of ,which  0 5,('Ct)    yuuls-   was   surface   and    l'.i.uH.)  ymc'iS   gravel   which' had    pieviousiy  lieeii    rcihiietl     hy    previous    working,  leiiving ,-ihouL ](l,(iO!} yai ils   p,ty   gravel  , whit Iryiehled very j^ood leiiirirs.,, 'J'ue  .   pioiessor   .sii.-iik.s   Very   Jiit-hlv   of   the  win k   performed ' by   .Sidney   Painleiv  r\\ ho siiperui tended   the   lajing  of   l.iie  pipe hue, and of   the   way   the   whole  plant v\ (irked.    Xii  air   or  sand   interfered wuii ilie water si it-am   f.-nui 'the  iiuz'/'li s of ihe gi,i:ri.s"aiid i lie siiul Ims,  ii.v eiitcd'i.yAM.-. ..Wisoii .i!iii-,o!;',   v.ois-  ed iji'.-liitii'tiliy.    'i'ue pi i.p*-: i >  n..s  now  liiVii IhorOl.i;  il\   ( \-..jolted  illl.l    tesieil.  and th.- pi nii'.-sui  I'l.il:.'   g.-.iiilyi ig  si'.lsun.s   win k.      1 ;  11(1'.    ll-.-|ilUli.sll"lU'.  Ll     till'  ���������      " 'I-       i  wilt, one   man   is   ,elt   l,o   Kan.  ���������>";it'cts io .ii> ,i!iii' ui  r.-.-.u"s v.'ilh ' next  ��������� .s;i\ s in- iias ev en  Ida! gold in.IV* In;  obtained in lh- ,].ig IJi-ml --raiels with  -.-(���������nd profits hy i.u-i-ru! lii.-ill.igen.eiil,  jiiuI inte.'id.s to. w: :u- r-e\ oi ,il ,n I ,i lea on  i lia't. camp :\n- t.ie j'Jiitji ie* rluy and  JJiuiuy Journal, of .\'i".. Yo: k, on lis*.  ' l i-Lurii inii.jt'. .     , -  The., hydraulic' company   on   "ji.iilh  ('reek ii.-i.������"Crw-,u.J'".'-.ii.'u' io.- the . .v niter  l.-nt    wiii   res line    vvtlrk    e.-.ri  - .syri.V  .  ���������illii I l.e caiiiji.      '        ���������   ,  The  iii.-i)  on    the   Orphan    Boy   are  doing gi e.ti v. oik on thai property.  i *-.  (iiiii Lund i- L'uiiii; ii;i   next  wee',   lo  (���������pen u,i tdc .'.ui ;!r Si.n   ciiu.ii   lor tlie  winier.  * A. C AlcCalluin, who recently  bbnd-  cd I he Rose. Frio, and otl.-ei pi oi.orties,  flolllJ.  W.   ii.ls.-.iiis.' i.s   ,.[    plt-M-ill   in  Vic-iuri.-i and states to Lip. 'Colo.tin! :  Li Ground Hog i'a.sin. 'reached hy a  <-onveni(:iit tini'.iiid water nunc l'.-'om  Kevei.sloke, theie are, accolding lo All.  JUcOilluu,-, ' upw.i.-ds, of lii'ty ci.iim.s  .���������ili-i-iidy i-t'i-dide'd, iii.s own hi-uig Ihe  six original ikiinis. showing six to  11\ enty fi-cfveiiis of Iree-iuiliing gt-ld  <jimr(������ iinin which ass.-iy., h,'t\e hecii  ohlained running from ..-jiJo to yll:i in  goid. .Mr. (.'ohhli'dick, l.he l-i'l'l'e.seilt.-i-  tivc of tile Swansea aud Iai ci pool  t-yiidic;ile, li.i.-. mvi'sieil in .several ol  t he neiglilioi ii,g claims, which arc to  he developed in the spring: and a con-  siderahlc iniiumtl ot Vain ouyer autl  Se.-iltle cajjit.'l is also represenlecl. .Mr.  JMrC.'illuiirs preselil, visit. Lo the Co 1st  is chieil *,=!',ir the juii pose oi inlei i-s|,jng  capital in iii.s holdings.  SNUBBED ONCE  MORE.  i _m|| _ ,s.  Following Bowell's    Precedent,  Tarte  Ignores Board of Trade Invitation.  The lion.  J. *;I.   Tarte, ' minister. ,of  puidic   works,   passed   luiough   it'-vel-  .s'.oke iii ;i   hiu-ry   .Monday   evening   en i  rout e East.    JAu-   s,,in(. 'iinaccomilahle  leason he did mil Ihink il. necessary  to  ,     .     .      . "  leeogmze the uivil-it Kin   to   slay   over.  exteuch-d Lo him hy the iJu.ird of  Traill1, and lake an opportunity lo view  Ihe iniporlant works for which a[i-  projiriat ions have heen uiiiile. Tiiis  .���������icli'on is most, disi-ourleou.s (a icply lo  s,-iy he (ould not stay was not even  leceived) and very. unlike what is  expecsed from a good Liberal, it is  exaclly 'on a par wild I lie way ex-  Proi'iier iJo'-vell treaied the IBo.-ird in  August of lasl yi ,-ir when to a ncjiicsl  lo stay over no reply was ree'efved 'and  he and his parlyy/i in through, c.\pl.lining, whe.) here Lh.it they Lliough! llieir  '��������� regi-els'" had been fur.vardei!. 'It  looks .is if i Ion. All. T.-irle had Laken  pu-i ('.'enl by i Ion. yir. Jjuw ell, ,-tiid   as  helweeu lliein   it  was  six "of   one and  i % .  naif a do/,en ol" the other;   \ el., ffir   .Mr.  1'art.- i here is least, excuse if judu.'d hy  iii-: own maxim '" iiusiiu-ss is l.usu.ess."  It is s,niii-v. !,.il gratiiying, hii,\e\er.  to no! .i e I li.it the question of pir.lecl-  iii}', the ii.inks lie i e has elsew hei e been  e,l!l'-d to lite ,-iUcii! ion of   I ho lllililsler,  ! icing -ii! ml ed I .i ill V* iet> n i.i in iiu i liter-  view !i.-i ween, inin .-iiid .some, iiicuilicrs  ul Llic ['i o\ nit iai fJoypi-nuii'iil. It v.,|s  tiiei e siiid to Al r. Tarte liial Ihe work  at !Leye!s(,'-ko wa.s ]ii opei ly i^Donm-ion  innh , la .i:.,;-. '^his in altogetliei repudiated iii IicU'lt-leke, the pcoijie  in.-.i--l ii.g , thai there is no ciiiferenci  ,beiv. .-en ilic iuijirov ena-iils here and  Lhii.se c -iill rnipl.il'eii on ihe i'ViiM-r in  t he i-lrT- ling o! '.v ilich the J-rovinre iias  iuviit-t-i-tiu,'., D'liiiiiiion Lo co-opeiaLe.  -Ti.e iVdi'i'.-'d repi-e.seul.itive for Luis  di'sli i-.-r, ilewit: 15.isii.i-U, Ai. P.. real-  i..ing il:e i!i-ce.ssit,y of pr,,Li������ci,ing iin-  iov, u, goi an appropriation lor the  i-.iii-po.se oi .TilO.riUu i.in.iii iiuial upon Ihe  proviiice i old rihuliiig I lie same, iii;  look it foi- gi allied that tiie'pro-- incc  which v,as iisking t,he Doininion lojom  them in expend ins: la i gi-sin ns of tiioiiv-y  eiscwht-ie.'and wliich" bad already cooperated here would ho g!,id in aid il)  pi ot eel ing the pii'ipertvv fiom willed  ! iiey draw i ev enue. The ide-i and the  .-siuil iisk.-ii for are not unrc;i.si)ij,-ih!e  and the Pi cu iuce should be urgi-ii lo do  ii... ilu'i.y In tin- i'i-< tlio witiiouL liei.iv.  C.P.R. CAR   SHOPS  WILL   REMOVE  TO REVELSTOKE.     '  Co!. Baker Says the "Announcement is  hie p<isiI ion atd-ie-hcd lo those lie already occupies without any accoiii-  p.inying co.nponsatioii for the extra  I'.'oi U. The pi-ov incial g(iv ei-iiiiient in e  ve:-\ lavish with flu-ir dignities t'o  oihceis hut ii cia-ic^spo.-idiiig lemunerii-,  tion is as nuliceahlv ahsenl, p.u lictilar  ly in Mr Gi,ilium's caso, vvlm -.lionld  liavo   ii'iotlicr   assistant,   say, .ecord'-r  Authorized���������-Will be a Great Help   -md assussm-"  to the Town���������A Movement in Real  Ebtate follov/s the Report���������-Other  Enterprises V/iil Foilow.  FROM FAR AND'NEAR.  THE DOINGS OF THE WEEK AT  HOME AND ABROAD.  On his return from'"the east last  week Hon. Col. Baker, "Minister of  .Mines ,i ml Provincial .Secretary, stilted  in an address to his coiisl it ueiil s at  Golden, lh.it. he was authorized to say  that. Ihe C.P.I", shop, al Donald, which  have' heen of gcal mm vice lo that  town's growth, w ei e to lie I emoved'to  Revelstoke in tile, near fill lire. President. Vatillorne is reporled to have  said the same thinganil the matter lias  been very ���������gc,ii<'i"vi!)v discussed in iviil-  way circles.  rj'he removal of these shop.s has of ben  lie fore been publicly reported but never  on such  good   aiii hority,'and  il would  look now as if tin' matter   had all heen  disi usseil   and Ldecided   upon   and that  next   spring   wiil   see "ihe    shops   at  Revelstoke.    Tile  advent  of  Ibis now  industry will ;;ioti:i" an   increase in the  population   oi"   tin'   town   of about 200  people,, besides giving a great  impot.u-.  lo ils trade a.id growth.  Theie   is   no  cpiest.ion   but   Hint   the  O.P.i!. vvill   lie   as   much   boiK'.'hod    by  having I heir shoos   hero a- will he* the'  I own by   their   nieseneo.    There  is   no  nun'..'   siiiia! le   pil.-u e   for   r'pair   and  fitting   sj),,|,s    fm-    the    C.P.R.   than  lu-v islolce.  on . account of   its eeiilra]  .-ind pivotal iosiiion   to all points 'ea^l,  w est niid-soi.th.    "i'!ieu,,too; Ihoi e   is a  pi'obahli! y   of   an    ai!-iail   connecLion  wil'h .Nelson in ne.ir !ul ur-e, lhis(i liui-ti'i1  i.s already ,.p.pli'-d for.      '  '  Already   a   brisk   movement   in   real  -* '  estate at t lie Stalinu towiisile l;;is c<un-  moiiced and  lots   nave reeenlly  J-'IilKJUSO.V.       ,     '  The sleigh road tioin, Thomson's  .Landing to Trout Lake (lily is fine running and now is llic time lo ship  in.  Work is lieiug pu.sh'ed rapidly ahead  to coiiiic-cM he Forks with the .-leigh  road, by I hose iii'oj i sled i : tiledi.-tricl.  Ol herwi-e ev e.-v ( iu'i'g is quiet 'since I he  1 lorne-Payne t u. puiled out.  Tlieie i.s inlk thai -Mr. Jamiesoii has  lei. ii colli i act In haul 2iil) ions of ore  fiinii the Jii-oailview and also thai, ore  wiil be shipped from the Northern.  A good many of the lc.iys are doing  woi U on their lespct live i-laiins and  ot hers intend to hit tin- cri-ei; for the  winter.  The arm of the A now Liik" shows  no sign.s of free/.uig yel, and I lie  chain es are thai ii will be open foi an-  eithei month.  Alessi.s. Ferguson A: Cinninings h.-ivo  dissolved pai I uei-s-hip, hut how Ihe  iioit-.e will be I un in the fiiliu e has uol  ^ el, been decided.  The severe we.sliier has nipped a few  vc-jelables, etc., belonging lo lojks in  here, in transit, no one being quite pie-  pared for 1 lie sudden change.  Th-j Crow's Nest Railway.      ,    i    ���������  , i  A number nf  p-'ople  arc  advoc ;i i ing  the const n,. tion mid opeiatioii   or   !he  (.', o-,\ s Nesl P.-iss lailicad liom AicLeod  Lo   Nelson   by   tlie   Dominion   Giio'iii-  nii'iit'.     if  the   (iov erninent   inteiui   lo  fail in will-. Ihe  views   of  these  people  il, in list, be pre pa i ed in tjo much l..i t her  rha,]   the  piupii-c.l   line  would  cover.  Tile fact niusi. nut b*  Ins! sj^bt, ut  that  al ilseastend il would join the C.P.R.  main   lino  funn   Winnipeg and  .-ti.i-r  traile cen.ri's fuitiier i-Jasi.    At  Neison  again the 0. I', ll. hold the routes fi om  Holison lo Ti ail and Jl.i.sskiud  for  it   is  goiieialiy    Ihoughl    they   aie   hail;    of  ileiir/.e;   ihey   are  ,-iiso-i-onlenij iating  the  Sloe,in   River  road   and   a-kimr  fl  charier for.ill lail conneclion   between  ito-, e^ioke and Ni-lsm.    Freight   Ironi  ihehl.-lsi  would liiiis In- hauled   on   the  C. i'.' li. lo.McI.eoil, t hen o\ or ll.e gov-  or.iinent road lo >.'e|-.on, and, lo  reach  the oilier tow lis in  Ihi.s   district,   again  over lines elm! rolled by I lie (J. P.K.  Co,  il  will be seen at iim-i- Ibal if tile   ioa.'l  is to be  a   liade  one,   lo   heller   Made  (-ounce! ions ,-uiil   lower   ireigfil   r..tos,  that   ic   should   be   coniiecled    i ;ls|    at,  ieiisi I o Wiiinii i g ,-ind w-ion al   "N'oImui  should    re.-ieh    old   along   Ihe  ccuuLrv  noi 111 and -oul h.    Uulo.-.s ihe  Cnii-iii-  uiesil are  p,eiiiired   lo ,c!o  iniuli   mine  I hail    is   generally    spoken   of  and   (o  equalise    the   high   rales  ,-u   each   end  (which would make il a losing vein me)  |  it   had   boiler   leave   it  alone  .-ind    I.e.-  conleiil, vv i! h  granting  a   ciiarloi   (not  iin iib.-ohil c one) lo some company, s.jy  tde C. P. R.,   Ihiough   tlie   pa.s.s, iisii;^  ils power1-   lo   -Iricliy   liniii   Ihe   rat -s  .mil secure iI sell  for ,i;,y aid i,'iv en.  boen sold. One p.-u Lv has bougli' finn-  lots ne.ii ti-.e Union lioli-haud spear's  ot pulling tij") a,l!.!'ee .sion'y building  with bank acciiiiuiiodatioii o:i the  ground iloi'iT-'. " R.-vf-lslnke i.s to bocou-  gral ul.-ileci"; ii.-il her favoi able position  is nov. being ' I ecngiiized, aliti iti^cei-  taiii tiiiil in.niy oilier euiorpi-ise.s wiil  soon follow tlie car .sliAps nuil be located lion- at. what promises lo be Ihe  ennui (ting point hot ween ihe railway  svsti ins of uoi-th and   .south Kooti'nay.  SOUTHERN' KOOTENAY.  Q  Happenings of  Interest Amongst its'  Various Camps.   ,  THAU. CHUKK.  The I. X. L., a free-milling jiroperty,  is In he woi ked al   once aud  a  stamp  mill creeled in the spring'.  The  Norway,   a- i'v(K' gold   property  ''near the  Trail   smellei, h.-is   been   sold  for .���������jKJ.UOU.-ash.  The ore body in lh-.* Palo Alio has  widened lo ten inches a nil runs $11 in  gold.    The vein is five feel, wide.  A body of clean ore 1'ias boon struck  in ihe California main tunnel.  The Le Roi mine is now employing  a bout 120 men and d.iily'shippingaboul  12") Lous of ore.  The St. Elmo tunnel lias ciit.tlirougli  lliri't' (-'miles of ore.  i  Tho iTaltie claim, since J,. Aloynahan  look oli.ii go, is looking very we'd.  The Aiouiiliiin V'icw tunnel   ������ce:ris lo  he approaching <*i good on; body.''  .  Tlie   third   level   on     the    Kootcnay  Columbia   has  struck   pay   oru   vvhich  goes #2.'" in gold.  Tin- shaft on Hie Alf is down 10 foot  wit h good ore at, I In- bottom. '  The St. Paul vein is now four-feet  wide.    Lasl assay $0 in gold.  Tii^!;ll more tho cross-cut tunnel of  I lit' y, in Fi.incisco ' is expected to lap  ihe ledge.       '     -     " e  The . Red Alount-iin' shaft is now  dow'i 00!t and shows, iill of clean ore.  on i,he ii.-im-.hig wall.  A Canadian   Honored ���������Tho Stanley-  Pool'ey   Nuptials���������Gov. of  New,  Brunswick Dead '--Dines with the  Queen ��������� V/eylsr Retreats and may  ' be Recalled to Spain.  Chief Juslice Sir lloiiry Strong has  been appointed Canadian represenla-  tivo on the Judicial Committee of the  Pi ivy Council. ������  Lieut.-Giivernor Feasor, of New  !5rmiswick, died Tuesday. ,        '  'The (Vitholii-s of St. lJoniface pro-  no11nce against, the terms of settlement  of the school question.  Ton new sopaiale schools have, been  opened in Manitoba under the supervision of Archbishop Langovin.  Tiie Pacific Cable Conference, is milking groat progiess.  The sealing commission with Justices  King (!3rilis|i) and Putnam (American)  and War Eagle eompressots are llie-.  laigest ever built for any mining camp  in Canada.. The Le Roi's new plant is  of Id-drills capacity and il already has  a s,.von-di ill plant in operation. The  Columbia and Kootcnay plant has .'50-  elrill capacity, the War Eagle plant20;  CentreSliir .seven, AlouteCliristoseven.  Crown Poinl' soyen, R. E. Lee seven,  Hoiiiestake seven, Josie five. Commander five, Oil y of .Spokane five, O.  I\. five. Nest, Egg four. While Rear  three, add Cliff throe.--Rossland Miner.  Local and Personal Briefs.  They' Take a Good Choice.  That Revelstoke will be tho scene of  iric.-ii activity next spring is every day  .be. oniing clearer. Its cnmmaudiiig  position as a di-tributing point is now  being locilgiiized by many who would  not b-ioiv a.lmic it <iul\ flii-.so who are  now seeki.iijr ui supply the country  with Canadian produce ,u ei lot slow lo  |ii'ri--iv oil.   '  The Lit-si nuiril !o rct-ogni/.i! ils  Liacio adv-.i m.-iges ;t.. ji supply poiiiL are  the j'-JdmoiiLoii Pork .Packing and Cold  Storage Co.. lately inc orpoi alod, who  intend l[ii erect a l.ii-g*- cold storage ,-ind  packing warehouse at, ile'vei.stoke in  the immediate future. The coiiipany  have c hos.ni wisely in .selecting this  place as lu'.-ul qu.ii tors, and under iii.'  able conduct of W. S. Kdmislon, who  is likely lo be in charife, should do a  iaige .mil eve;-glowing busino-is. Tiiis  mov e i-, p.u :i v ihe result, of the very  al-.lo repoi-i of .Mi. (Jowie on ivootenay  11 ado posra In! il ies with the EdmoiiLoli  distrh I.  Rough Travelling fvom the Bmid.  Oil']''rii|,-iv ol'   l.ts(  week  PioI.Niisoii  of   Ike   S.nllh     Cn  j i v ill illlilC    ('*..,  Firemen's Entertainment Successful.  Tiie; I'utirtli nnii'iiil at-l)omo of the,  liovolsloke Cue . Iirigade at. ]Ji tei son's  bull last night wa.s fail ly v. ell intended  and i'miso picsenl iiiiiiiensely onjov ed  it. The. iiall vv,.s nicely docoiatotl  with hunting --mostly tliu Union J.icl;  ���������.-.ui'l einblenis nt ih(! work of Ihe I'ne  dcjiarlineiit. Tlio ladies' costiunes  weie much admired ,uiel cxlii'nitcil  good i.tsle. Pioi'i'osiunouls vvoio )iai-  l.-ikon of at midnight after which  dancing vv-is resinned and kepi lip  until *'."'0 this ni'iining. Trie- pm-  graiiiine vvii.s' a good one and I lie  vvliule ali'.iir vv.-us most eujoyalih;  througlieiiit. It is hoped that the lire-  (lep.ii-tineiit will nott ,i good sum from  the proceeds.  srviOA.w  c '  Tiie "Ri-ehn.-ii-d ("roup hiis boon incorporated as iiu-   Ibex   .Milling  and  D -  vi'lonnient   Co.,, with   S'i'jO.OlhJ    caniuil*  (iiial 2,"5c -.liin-i's.        --.-^  Tho L'!ndc*n lifill Ce>. ,-no doing good  development w ork.  Finn tonsoi ore from l'ie .(Jliiiplenii  reoonlly shipped lo Ecci ell go 1GG oz.  in silver and *|i]'5'.),iu gold.  Tho Ci iis-adcr gi n.ip l-.ave boon bonded to Viincouv erit.-s for, I-; 12,.700, 20 |)er  cent down. "  '  Tho Neopiiwa is taking out ji.iy ore.  Recent, assays fiom the Idiiho' give  returns of -1,000 in silver.  The Howard Fraction will ship fill  winter.  Tho lied Fox and Cential claims  have boon .sold J or J-iIUUd.  The Mountain Chief, on Carpenter  Creek, will he a big producer this  whiter.  North Kootcnay Gets a Stipendiary.  vv -ih ,i. 1). I.iij d, Nnl    l-.iili i r, A 11drew  < !,n 1-oil illl'l    liin-i-   olliel-.   sl.u-led   oul  for     I level--1 like .   III.Ill      Suillll     vJreek,  'I'lii-i      luiiimid     Ilie     liver      lor    seven  miles ,i un I .it'll Im i.. I he   I i ail,    l iii i ne ' il... li'iiei j,   a i id   ,n .. i i  . . a. \  lit -a    (I.i \    mil     Cii:l-oi 1    anolllei  )  lh.   (.'.iluiil-ii.i    JJulel.      ���������/.  A.  A notice in an it her cohunn annonn-  "fs ll.e appoint ui"ul of   Cold Coiiiinis-   ���������._    _ j situie: (-)i ,i!iam To be Stip'-ndiiii v .M.i'ji-.-  ,,,,       .,   ,,    ... , ,i-.,,   .,1 Mm lo for t h;it  part of   West,   Konteu.iv  Ihe   II.ill   .-.hues   made ,i    shipment I . '        ,  i     , i       -,i      i ,   ,-,, ,    i   ,. i -<'.npi lsi-d in   the    lu-u  sldk  last week wdhsilvi'i at   WIc.   m-.M   ti.-iy (     ,,  '       t     ,,,  it fell toO.VJ.  A    good   looking   body   i.i   iu'i-.i   h  been fnuud ne i :��������� Siet-an C." *.si.. j-.  A  V.'i iJ! Id i'S  FAIR     .\t .)..<��������� -I...  pal lot.    I til   mollis   \n.i  Willi!   u   sli.iilu  Sll lllljiooiil^    a   s  Ii ll li,   In)  .ill kl  h     I-, il    LO Hi ���������   .     ill"    .    1   IO.IOI   ���������"  . I  lleiille-  I .--.'lo-'.act.    'J'l.nit    L.-il;e   and   Lirlc.ui  | uiiiiii'-,'   ditisi'iiis.     This   will save the-  j no >p!e of i 'lis disi i ic! a ioi of lime- and  ' 1 o-lliie as in,ill",  (if the   ni liters lieiel"-  '   iole   I efi'i | ei)   In  .11     will   ii)  flit HI t*  . e    ..uj.i-'.ed     heie,    {ind     i;    will   ���������d'-o  oi ^m.    ...I   an i    i ��������� iM ' 11 i\ l   Ie I lie    {  e j ii'ii!    di'iit n't v   ( \'pe I 1-  i, i ly ti ���������. ,.,1,1    ;, i ,-^li -    ol     eii.-o I  ni _*(-; I li"4    I wo   .J us' it os   ol   I h(  -   , OKNlili.VI..  The. real oslale holdings of the N. &  F. S. R.Jt., othei .viM- C'orbin, in, lioss-  l.-iiid, have boon put on the inaikei.  The Red Alo'untain" railway will- le  in Ilosslaud by next week. lt ���������.  A County Courl district is lo be formed for Rossland and a regislrai appointed.  John A. Finch has been appointed  president! oi  the Novelty.  F. 1 Ieiuze lias ad vt-rl isod foi bids for  tlie- construction of a railway from  Rolison lo Trail.  On Monday next, the Rn--sland Miner  vvill be issiied as a daily.  The Yiiengling Rii-wcry Co., of New  York, have purchased tin-Trail brewery  and oi dered a pk-iiit lo bring its capacity up Lo 50 barrels ,-i day.  A large r-iil'l of logs for Buclianau's  K.-islo mill Weill, lo pieces in ihe Kool-  en.-iy River lasl week. They may he  gathered up next .--pfing.  The pipes for Maslo's vvalcrworks-iire  now being laid.  Three proposals to light the town  willi clectricily have boen made lo the  iviisld ciiy council.'  A man named Frank Fullmer is missing from Three Forks.  A rink company has been formed in  Kaslo with $2.();l(l capital.  A tli'iu.s.-ind shares of Le Roi stock  has been sold al $7..":() pel  share.  Tlieoulpul ol bullion, malic niiil oie  from Wesl Knoteiiiiy so fai for lSOli is  2,i,2IH l.in-, y.ihieil a!, .-i'2,01 i,.S7."j.  The Nelson Tribune celebrated its  fourth aiihiveisary on tli" 2ls|.  A reading i iiom wil li '.A) un-mbi'i's has  boon opened al Nelson.  Si'v-ral --lores have lieOn 1 urgl.iriiced  at Nelson.  presiding opened in Victoria  on  Tuesday.      -'   , ���������    '      '   ' , ''  The Hon. 'Victor Stanley, 11. N.,  secoiid'son of the Earl of Derby, Lord  Aberdeen's predecessor in oflice, and  Miss Annie Pooley,* daughter of Jlon.  (J. E. Pooley, were irriu-ried in Victoria  on Wednesday. ' '   .  An explosion occuried al ,the Alf  mine in Rossland on Wednesday that  injui od i.wo  men. ( i*  A company has boon formed lo drive  ii big tunnel through Red Mouut-iin riil  Ros'-land. <��������� _  i  The   Columbia, and   lvTootenay  Railway and Navigation Co.  are.  .-qiplying  to parlianienl for leave Lo build  a   railroad from Revelstoke lo Nelson.  Tlie Lanark. Consolidated Alining and  Smelling Company al a meeting ot its  shai-eholdi'is decided to incre.-i.se ��������� I he  capital btock from,.$200,000 to $37.5,000.  t An order in council grants -1-1,000,-  000 acres, of the Suuias dyking lauds to  the Province of British Columbia.  _' TIieKooienay Lake Sir.'International  'nia'de her first regular trip last week  .ind had ,-i i-.tce with the Jvokanee who  heat, her. 0,  Heinxe proposes to use Ihe C.P.R.  survey lino.s for Ids line from Robson  loTi.dl. '  -  - New post-offices have been opened at  Anaconda and Slocan City, bold in tlie  Vale-Cariboo district.  , <  Aldermen 15;mfield and Tomploton  aie candidalos. for Vancouver's niayor-  alily.. ' (  Canpiiniui, the great tenor, is dead.  Rain has fallen in some parts of  India.' ' '  Theie, is a likelihood of a general  dockers strike. .  'The Hawaiian government refuse to  i-xl.end the franchise for the Spaulding  cable ofht'ine.  Geori't' Ferris, the inventor of the  wheel which bears his name, is dead.  Wevlcr lias returned to Havana and  Spaniards are calling for his removal.  Tiie Alarlboioughs are entertaining  royally anjl lotsof distinguished gueMs  at Iiluiiheim Palace. A siici e.s.siou of  splendid I'l-tc- are being given.  U. S. Ambassador 13,-iyiird and Mrs.  iiayard. hiivt: been commanded lo di.ie  witli I he Queen.  They Go In Pairs. "'    ,  The first charl.oi ed haul; in the'  Slocan is the Haul; of British Columbia  which opened in Sandou on the 17ih.  1'he people of Kaslo .lie somewhat/ annoyed atbeiiigoverlookod, but its being  so much nearer lo Nelson and within a  days retell of that place is probably  Ihe reason.  Willi I hat penetration so noticeable  in banking houses (he Bank of Afout-  re.-d is now reporled to be close on Ihe  heels of Ihe Bald; of B. C, and that it  will open in Sandou inside a week i.s  not unlikely. Great minds always  think alike.  It Keeps Growing.,  It is almost impossible Iii keep pace  wil h I he orders for machinery in the  Rossland camp. We now have a eap.-i-  eily of KM) rock drills within a ladiusof  three miles of Rossland. These drills  aie operated by compressed ail. One  year ago I hoi e were but two diills in  the whole camp. The Le Roi had a  seven-drill compressor in oper.it ion and  Ihe War L'agle had a temporary tluoc-  tlrill plant.  Wo have grown fiom 10 diills to 100  drills in  a  single   year.    We  are   now  using more rock drills I dan   the   enl ire  The !i**s.l, briiks hi Kmdonav an- said ! Co-nr d'Ao-no disi rid, of Idaho. Ciders  lo bo made al Balfour.  ���������i'  le    lll.iuai'i'l ���������  if   l he   rival   low;   ,  ��������� lo |.u s.de on ��������� e ."s. 11 vi il! a! vi. i l" I iii io i .ii ill -do. i.'l I ,'��������� I y. a! I in- I ���������. I  I l" I.-* .'.in.: be lo ..I d'ving to Mi. i!i.di.mi '��������� oi Si oca n Luke, c.illie lo blows i.isl  .... \. | uliii i-'t !i. lia v o anoi her   \ci^  ic-pi-nsi   |  .,(.',���������)..  .wi- already placed lor ,i nail do/.eii new  com pro--or J-la ills lo be delivered wil Ii'i i I he ih-xI, i iii-ee uioii'hs. In less lime  than I hiil. we si,,, 11 ba v e 20 I drills in op-  '���������r,il ion.        i  j'iio Le ll.'.i, Kootcnay .mil Columbia,  .1. AL Carlile is in town.  The Firemen's'Ball was all  right! "  'Nam Hill   was   in   town   tlnu   week*  fiom ('.-dona Bay.  Prof. Nasi in caiiil! down from Suiiih  Creole this wool;.-  Jules Pen-in is erecting a new house  on Douglas st i eel.'  A nuniijer of "boys"' tiie up from  Trout Lake.       , *  AL DuAliirnis, the' French milling  expert, was in, town Thursday.  AIis. Noilly and childien arrived  from Edmonton' Wednesday.  Reiglily it Frisb'y^held ii Thanks-'  giving reception Thursday night.  "W. Vicker.s went down to and got  hack from Trout Lake this week.  Extension fables are still offered at  low prices by ii. Jlovvson it Co. *  Several moie eoiiueciiion.s were made  witli the wiiter mains this week.  P. Leake has returned from Calgary '  where he went to attend the annual'  hospital hid I.  I * -        ^ c  John D. Boyd came   down Tuesday^  from Downie.    J[o, 'says   travelling i.s  slow and dillicult now. , '  J. 11. Robinson, of the Toronto  Tele.yram returned east Thursday from  a South Kootenay trip. '   ,   ,  Rolit. Gordon has started his building for ii general repair and blacksmith  shop al the, St.ilitm. '-   '  jMessis. Steele, projectors of the Ibex  Alining Co', in the Slocan, were in  town Thursday.      ���������       '  "Uneasy lies the head.that wears  a  crown." . .Get   a   good,   cheap,     wool ,  mat truss at. Howsou's.      '" - *,  J. 1). Breeze, Provincial manager  for the Confederation Life Insurance  company, was in town yesterday.  Presbyterian church : 'Service to-  mot-iovv evening .-it 7:30 ; .Mr. Geddes.  13. A., missionary.  Services at usual Injurs, morning and ,  evening, in the Methodist church ,to-"  morrow.     Rev. J. A. Wood, pastor.  Church of England se'ivices tomorrow at" 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.  Rev. F. Yolland vvill ofliciate.  AJiss   Field,   the   palmist'who   was '  here some   tiino   ago, died   in   tlie" insane asylum at New   Westminster last  .  vv eelc. ,  ,  Rev.-Mr.   Wilson,  of  Vernon, presided at   thanksgiving   services   in the '  Presbyterian Church Wednesday evening.  Work on the skat ing rink started  yesterday. 11 will be on- the bill by  the old Piesbyleiian church building  this year.  Ruck in place. The best place, to  rock in Ibis weather is at home in one  of Ilowson's choice rockois. *  The first, through train from Vancouver caine in Sunday night last.  Traiits have been arriving   daily   since  then.  i  Galena Bay is coining into prominence. This week tho Sir. "Nakusp  called there witht a consignment for  Pete Arena.  Mr. Fori ester, agent   for   the Mani- *  toba .Produce   Co., was   in   (own   this  week,     His company   will   do business  lie-re I liis winter.  Baby i.s getting heavy you say.  Well, get runuois for your baby carriage or n hand sleigh and you can  fake her anywhere with ease. How-sun  has both. *  J)r, McLean lias received notice this  week from the Attorney-Generals  oflice of bis permanent appointment as  riiedical health oflicer for Revelstoke  and surrounding districts.  Notice should be taken of the  change of dates of the County Coiut  and Court of Revision sittings.. The  County Court meets on the. 2oth Dec.  the Revision Court on the  lOtli.  R. Jlovvson it Co. are going to keep  up with the times and have decided to  go into a strictly cash business. Their  niolln after Nov. 1st vvill lte "cash  sales, low prices and i|in'ck returns.     *  Pete Arena vvill finish up his hotel  building at Galena Ray next month,  bill will not open up iill next spring.  Meanwhile Pole will put in the winter  at K. J. Kei r's lintel at Arrowhead and  should bring lotsof business.  J. Clements, superintendeiit of C.P.  R. buildings, and well known heie,  died at Xoith Bend on the tiinriiiug of  the iNih, from he.nt trouble. |)o  i-eascd was on his way fiom I. uirio to  Vancouver w'.ieie 'in jeside.s and has  many fi ionds.  IH������UimrHBIMrfllllMIM������|IMM--|  ammmmmm^mtmiiiimiMsmB l'AUK -,'.  , i ii h  i\vi() i n.1.i-i 1   -NlA I L.  ( ,  , XLbe Tiooiem't fIDaii  J-LMilaSJIEli KVIC'IY .-"ATl'llDAY  BSVEiiSTOK������. Bi'C,  1 ,\T KIN'S !fc .S.MI'''", '     ,  I-riji.isiir.its a .vi) ri'.'ii'iii'i.roiis.  Subscription   Price.   $2.00   Per , Annum  A<3' tsTlJlCTLV  IX    VDV.V.VCi: "-j-S  AD\TS'iTI57NG 3CATBi.  ���������C0N"TI{.\(;T-.\I)VKI}TISK:,1KS"TS in- u-." al  J lie rate ul" sl..*i'i pia' milium iiu-.-i per iiienlli,  Korsimccs ul si\ ciiiiiiiin ui^hi-s or over si  nor inch ]j<-r moiif li.  TIt.\NTSlE\'T AIJYKUTISIOinXTS Vk: per  lino lliM ins./tion, .V. pi.-r line eiic-H sult-i-  (]Ui-iu insert inn. Tin- iiiiiiibi'i- of lines  icckontil l/y -pact- uccii]iii(l. 1- line-- Id I In-  inch.  HKADI.VU N'OTKJKS H'c. I'l'r iinu c.icli in-  serLiun, unless i-onliaclid fur l>y I lit! lull  lines.  JOIt I'KINTIXU ofcvci-y kind al mosi rc.isim-  itljlc rales and shortest notice.  ACCoUX'l'.S Kir job )i.-iiiliiif* en- advcrlisiiif,'  liayalilo en tin; Ills' ot every ni-nilli.  COKUKSI'O.VilKNlO-.' on all inaIL'_!is=-������f-local  or pnlilii; interest imilid and cii't'liillv i-iin-  siik-ml. All i-i)iii!ii.|iiii-.ui(nis In llic ''Minn-  iimsl lie ,iecoiiip.ti)ii il liy 111.: ii.iiiic oi' llic  writer, mil iieee.-"s,ti"i|y Ioi piililicaliiin, bill  .-us an ev idciici) tif [join] faiin.  y\lllill-Ss  Tn']-: Kootkxay IM.\ii���������  ]{evelstoko,  B.C.  posing ,.f a (piostion which has been  a ' CYANIDE PATENTS VOID  dis( iii biug element iii federal^ and   pio-l ���������  viuoi.d,pi.lities i'm the past six years. '"! In'South Africa, Says the High Court  of the- Republic.  Do Wages Rise With Prices.  Under 'the   caption    ������������������ Wouid    K "'(���������  ('oi'iagi"   Re'ii-iit     Wage-earneis."'   ]),--.  Chas. "TS. fspahr writes as folhiw.s, in ;he  Review of R-views :       *  * i        '      .  The ret ui-iis for all   industries in tiiis  country,   as   in    England,    slp.-.y   thill'  I Xi-iis has jusr rc-iiched C-sis eoun'ry  I fiom .South Africa thai, ihe high coiirln  of lh.it republic had decl,u ed void the'  "Mv.ii lliiii'-Fni'ii's., pi-.ieiiis for the  cyanide process feu- the re'oovesy ol  gold. Tni' decision ���������.-,-.i, given in a suit  brou*_*,!.| by the combined mi'ie owners  winr.'.s advanced fully :,'.) per cem. dm- ,,.- j()h,-iniiosburg and the 'JVansva.il,  ing the "period "ironi IM'.) lo l,s7.i, in ..,r.d it ������ill h.iv e an imp(,rta*.t 'hearing  which prices .advanced about lo per I ,',,���������,��������� (...)M.y i,,1(.,.L.vt ,..���������moctod w'itii  cent., and wages fell fully L.Vper cent. | ^(),(j ,,,;..j,,,^ ,-,���������: ;, ,;, ., ,���������,.,(',<,,. ���������-���������,;,.-,  iluringihe p.-iiod Irom 187.'i it. i^)D. in ! ;,|V(),Vt,(i ll!;1|!V Miiiiioiis of do'llar-s'  which   ni-ice.s   fell   25   per    cent'.   * 'J h ��������� j directly, ami unloMniillionsallogelhoi.  U/   B. McKECHNIE,  * ������ ��������� '    l-M.J}., :.!.JJ.'-.M.)  i fl 1 OHJiAli   dild  ���������OUilsiirdU,  RKVi^i,STOKE .... IJ.C.  '. )i".'l('l' lh I!    .-! i'l I ..ill's  Iiom-'j (in \'l   i',-' ..'i; \r J-  j  mi.  t'ii.:i-t'.l.    Cilis  !iv  Toi. [iii. ii.- i'i   '!'���������'*'    j  iriapli pioni],i!.v i. ti nil'-'J to.    1,'Uii-;  "uni's:  !l::i'i to JI .t.!i.., t:!iii to i ,m I 7 lo i, p.m.    , .  P-s     st        "~ar~w e "!  g  -s-g   i & J   ii   '      f"    %    a   ',  t        ������   5   r^ -&- r^ I  .--.---,. -     ,, -,   "i *3    ar   3    ������  J"    '���������"  "i s~*  *~A   's> X. iJL       ^i-. JZ~ .it. Jl. JL       Xi"J' f "w* A^,5.'s2feK2.\iL.  "R.\;-:K-   VANDAL!.,   PlIDl'RIKTOK.  .'"4HAS., R. CARLYON,  ,_..  T> ^Trj  ���������   i,WO V lu-iSi "iyO.illLOj'     JO1. s������/.  "K2 sT  %-^  --  -0 -  Eiiibbei* Boots  and.Shoes : :  wear like iron.  ItJCVRLSTOKK, NOV. 28, ISfXI.  The Colonist and   some   other   Provincial ("civernmont supporters are now  ,   actively engaged in figuring out   what'  t'lis province, p;iy   per   capita < to   the  0       Dniiiinioii' over  oilier  provinces    and'  what the excess of revenue' from   this  country  i-i   over   fedeial   expenditure!  These men are ne- geniuses; they   have  discovered    nothing    new.       A    little'  ���������while iigo before the   recent   elections,  sill    this   was   stoutly   maintained ��������� by  Liberals who demanded more attention  from      the   ' Dominion.       Everything  shews, since the advent of the Laurier  '  jninistrv to power that   this   Proi ince  i       *-      - i  is at last to have something of its due.  It is   fact- what   Laurier  .said   in   the  c,    house, "'1$.   C.   is   the   hope   of   the  -country," and Tarte  told   li nth 'when  he said on the coast that this Province  .   is the   liesl  immigration   agency   that  Canada   has.       It   would   look   when  these statesmen hold such views, as   if  British   Columbia   is   soon   to   be   the  , hobby,- of   the   House .and   that,    tlie  legislative gaze so long  bent' eastwards  may   now   Mini   and   seek   a   western  horizon.    The credit, .however,   i.s   not  i, ' '  all to the parliiimeiit'iii ians if   they   do  -  much of vvli.-ii we demand as rights   in  JJritisb Columbia,     [ts mineral wealth  relative gains of the - laborei s woi o  f.-ir groaler during the period of expanding cuiToiiey and ri.siug pi ice.-,  under biii)elal;>lii than during the  period of scarcer currency and falling  pric-'-s under the gold .standard.  The statist ies, moreover, give the  wages of laborers when ncl ually employed, and the heaviest losses of  laborers under the gold standard have  come from the lack of employment.  This was especially true of the years of  panic and deptession from KS7:" to 1S70.  With the rise of'pricos that followed  lh("re.siniiption of specie payment- and  passage of f he JJI.-ind Act theie was a  marked recovery in the,rale of wag en  and ;i i-till more marked recovery in  I he extent of oniployme it. A similar  period of relief came with ihe rise in  .prices under the Sherman Act of-lSOO.  Hut only during theyeai s of coinp.n a-  tively steady or i i.sing prices was labor  fullv* employed , and ��������� pi iisperous.  Whenever prices fell the panic or do-  prosidon in the commercial , world  created in Ihe'world of labor an'army  (if unemployed. These panics never  came when prices were rising. Those  who are to-day simultaneously predicting that the free coinage oT -deer will  eau.se the 'doubling of prices and a  comuierci.il panic have as little histeuy  as logic to .support, them. A panic, ha.-  always meant the inabilil y of liiis'incss  men to un-el their obligations wil limit  selling at a  lo^s.    A panic   never  did  occur and"iiovcr can occur when pi ices  are rising.    '  Low Passenger Rates.  Last week a large number of people  from Atlanta, Georgia, visited Toronto.  Their .lickels cost tlieiu loss than five  'dollars each. Th"y Ira veiled in li.sl-  clii.ss e-y-s and came through on fast,  drains., Canadians .^seldom gel i.-itos  iiiiything.like so cheap as, t he citizens  of the United slates a re given by their  rai'vvays. Theie is- not the competition, it is true, but do not the people  ileserve soinol hing at - the hands of the  lines which they have bemused .so  liberally.0  Alaska's Gold Output. ( -  The yc.v.' IS''(). as i ei;ai-i!s Alaska, has  eclipsed all gold mining records. Tlie  oul put. including the yield from quartz  and placers, is $J,!j7(i.ti!iil. Thi.s is I In:  estimate of (I. \i. S-.viiieliart,   ediior   of  Up to lS!!i) the i ediic-l ion vvoi'.s h.id  been running upon the old pin is, and of  course much value was carried olf-in  tho tailings, ii w.i.s at this time lliai  two Scotchmen. .McArliuu- ;iiid Forrest, took out ' patents all ,ovor' the  woi id for t ..e cyanide process of gold  reeo yesy.  In the single yeai-of 1.4!)! in the Wif-  vvalersrand di.striel of the Ti.iiisvaal  2.."}7,.''7.4 tons of tailings and KS,������������������"���������*>I tcins  of concoiitr.-'ites wei-e put' 'through ,the  process. This yielded more than $10,-  ()',J(i,(Kji) in gold vvilli an apparent profit  ovei the cost of the process of about  !"i7,:J7.1,0!K). '     ���������'  This s.-eins to indicate lha'ti the  Illinois ought to have boon well satisfied. Bui there w.-is one serious drawback to (heir happiness. Thc'A fricaii"  Cold Jit-covoi-v ("cuiipany, which controlled' llio, .\[cArtliiir-I"(ir-rest p.-ilenls  in the South Afiican republic, 'did noi,  let anyone use the process wil bout Ihe  payment of royalties. 'These payments  ���������.-,-iiied with individual's--, but I hey were  so large flint they amounted io millions  of iioll.-ii.s every year. The minors  'made efforts to get 'reductions of the*  royalties-, but no agreement was leach-  'ed. Then (hey deterinii-od to fight,  and made applicatii*n to the a'l-loruey-  gcneiai lo.have llio patent sol aside  because of a lack of liovelly.  The atloriiey-genoral appointed .las..  .May lo bring act inn up the miners]  expense, ll vv as .-tsst'rt'ed Mini although  the patentees of I ho cyanide process  may have been the original inventors,  Ihe same thing had actually been done  before, although not upon a' huge  -c.-iio. Commissions were issued for  1 in- taking of testimony in the United  Stiiii-s, Australia, New Zealand and  ]*"uglaud in the,case. The tost iinony  showed that the process had boon used  before .is eaily as lisS.").  . As far ils the Smith Afiidill gold  fields are concerned I iiedocision throw.-  the proro.-s open lo the public.    ,  nil: i ijin;!   ii!)  U'S ev ,   UJilliili'.-l  a lid   1*0 tii" Iv  : Uiillxj,  /t-rOFFXCH:   V. ur. I.uilitiii^. JicvuMoke, U. 'J.  JJ4.&.,   MCiSuL������L������lpi'J,  C-oaeral Blacksmith & Woodworker  <��������� , o���������  Repairs lo Wagons.   Tools Shnrpono i.  .������������������.!I0i:iN(S   A   .S'.'WIAbTY.  A. McNEIL,  liAZiTillll SHCP AND SATX ijoor/i.'  Ftiint iSireel, Revelstoke.  Haircut, 25c.5>-D'ath, 50c; Six Shaving  Tickets for S1.00.  GUY   BARBER  WATCKSZAIf-rajl AND .IK"VrEtCE>"i  * , i  Repairing Neatly &. Promotlv Exscutcd.  ,, , ' *  o  R53VjSIJ3TOK.:j-, b. c.  ���������J. R. HULL & GO.  -'0*  0,  Bbsl Tile ifl" Tows, Wd - Fursishsd ' Rcoibs,  ��������� ��������� Choisssi Wiiies, LIouofs and Oipr  fi'Ti'JTS'rJ '!i>"*"Ti"     Vi iVf'il 'U     lf'l"^r������7    fi'fnj-fct  ' tl     ^ _         ..,���������_������ I  .��������� .    _  _. (  Terms $2 per aa,y.  K-Lmioojjs I3ct:r on Draught  (i i *  Circumvenling -the Law. '    '  Ilis jnovidod by t iie laws of .Molilalia,,  that tho secretary of stare shall charge  for receiving and filing each'eerliiicalo  of incorporation, 'iii' sum of '.">!) Cents  on each thousand dollars of the eapilid  stock of the company. This bad a very  chilly elVecl 'on the pro/not ors of mi) lion  do liar niinimr roniji.irdes, for llio reason  V^Iiolesale   .and- Retail  - i ������   *       '  "OTTH"/���������1~?���������r-rn-i��������������� ���������������<  Purvevors of H iu'li-class JMeats.  j O" '  *      r     i  All oi*(I;m's m im," line, vvill !m������ pronipUy  abti'lldt'il  to.  " r"  UiL.     S������s.t'i.j_'J.-t;������-.L     a iiA-iiiS'jrio* -.  largest Hotel; io Towh,  Csntpaily Located, Best;Aeoommocieiion,  Free Bus,. Rates-SI"per day;  ',    i;iU)\VN  & CLARK,  l'roprictors.'  Choice \\'rip.cs,' Liquors and Cigars,   Drai'C.;hL Beer always on, tap.  I- CJ1M MOT' ^PB^Nf^Q   Vj^ei: Arrow Lake, B.C.  Llt,JJi!<3   \\l'tj H   U������   feii-ES'vJtllO'-        Under same  iMana<'X'ment  MI-  sea  s   ,v..-t^ ' il.t ,  r\.\A\J   O s mu ������  1 i  J -*������- AT.     J  ��������� -*���������- /f      D ���������������������������������' f������**\  ���������   MiNfc  'ALlS  ���������;  r-s.^ . 3  S..      L-���������i   iV/Jt ������   ������      '.-fS ������._!   1  ' ,    c'  D"V"*"s "st *r*v'*T'!;*fr      o '"i, /���������"���������"!       11; r-i^"?" j ^r*i^~i  AUR 'FALL STOCK con-  % i?- sistin-j"' of Paieni iViecii-  cincs, Drugs, Uru'^isL's  Sundries and Toilet Articles  has just been'received and may  be had at the lowest prices.  'Till line,, o!'- S^aiiouery , and  Cigars ahvays on hand.  i thai it would Like ,in even !f!.")t)!) bill lo  the Alaska Mmin,, Hrt-j.-tl. published j (|.iV , [l(, S M(', M..K)1 .it :,,���������' f,.,. of acomp.iny  ;it Jon.mii. .My. Swinehan '.'.���������it.li''!'"i! I wii|, ,, c,,,-,^ .tiu-k ul .Sl.OiKWiU. Bill,  iind the energy ot lis pioneer ,p.os-] the d.ila upon w hi. h In-base, his .--l i-|, ,"������������������. ,,,���������.���������'���������;���������,. *������������������.,.���������- lb Wliy ,u d.-fe,-il  |iec*"ors-, rniuei-s and Imsiiiess men arc j mate by weeks m ^.ireful iuv esiiir.if mn ' |j1(. j,lL,.l������, ,in,| ��������� j ���������! i-i i of the 1 ivv. .ind* il  the. true causes of its recent recognition, I ,I1K" ,,L "'''!'   oNpeiis...    He   thinks   n,. _ ai ,v >���������. ,,i-interest tu n,i;.. iii,. !n.ide ,ol  ���������>'    i      .1 l   "' "ll I'"'*     C-omi;      VOl-V     lln.C    to    the    etaot   ���������'  ,,,..'... Im i.       'l'u   lin-i-m    "v-il i|      lie    v-milil  but    the    honors    may     propeily      be i ,, , ,. . <��������� pioie.tuie.     lo.ngiii   ..n.i,   m    v.oi.i.i  ��������� ligm-i's:   i,i���������t   hi-   esnm.ir  s   lU-..   e,-n-��������� ,���������.,,,,,li/(. _,   ,.,���������.,;,,.,,-,-   uii!>   a   cnpir.il  ^.���������opei l\  divided   with   the   ministry   who   wdl  Of    the    iiuenmt   .-s'^.^.'Vl.l'.je)  ,   .        ,        ,       , ,     ,        --"'"ir'vt'-    l,i    rnt'   -'"iiom.'i   .���������s-.-.y/.o*!*)    .t,K.i, ,,f .,, V"i;.i!,il ,-,), and i:i (His c-is.- I iie  novy md   in   thu   dcvelbpinent   of   the * was  i-ik.-u   fiom   rh-   i.tun-.l    Vuknii. , fl,(, p, h(l  ���������.;..,   t he' s-cr.-t.-u-y  of  state  ���������wealth heirjg opened by the pionpcrs.     j Birch t'n-ek ne.ii Cin-l--  1'ity  supplied' Ul)..d,! bi-si .-/I.    A few (lavs   foliovviin.-  1!''���������'"���������"'"'   "--'A--'--"    li ������i.      \ cerViie-.-i:-' t-> ill's o'f.-ci   is  filed  i"!lt'-    "'      im i>>i- oRiee i.i'-Ii'ie sei-ret.ll'N  of   .siale-  TllE teru:s   of   the   school   .inMimi u'"TK;^fl'! ''Ji,i'u':("Kl;'-;"'lM:'' is . a.a-.l   tn,-.-f ii.-r.   ,nil   l.y   i .--(.l.il ion  i -i-i ,i- vvas   Ies-   ;!).m   ,-s-J,' I tr.r).    *->i-,; t !>.-,t ~ti -r:, , ,1      ,  ,',,:,    i    t,���������.i- ;    ; ,,.,  ,...,���������! .  ,-,-i .,'\\  are now m tin; possession ol" ihe public. ,, .,        ��������� . ,     ,    __ i....M|ii!.u-t...'. i-.i.!'i.mm'.u.i-:,i,iii!,-  1 ' AJ<,-!-,.-;."a.'! :,i..<  !/., eoiit i....... i    -���������"  Liturier has kept liis   word   and   made t)lil). j ���������    ,_, ,,,',;. s, r   ;j,.;,-  -,,  -a settlenuiut inside of six nii)iit!)s.     Me ; (imk I,ii,-;. ,S.7-'i.;,-*i. ,__..   ^ j.., .,  ,.   f,,,.  ,,i-   ;>!|.  ;^  j,.,;,-    ,,,Kj  .said he would ;iiid"so he did.     ]t   now'      irurinsr 1 ii ��������� ;. -..r-i^.-np 'ni".- -f-.iot.t" .._,.,_,.,,:, ��������� t;( .j|,.,.,, ,th,>\ .im ;-: of iin- i-oui-  remains to v--x3 hov/ ii v\*ill hi;  received, c.ifi.ic:; v n! ,S.--  .,n;.-���������������������������."���������"- n .'   m  -'"* - pj.y     is A'-*;,'1-'! j.Vi'i.       'i'he   o\*peiis*.  Ahoady   grumblings   aie   lizard   fmnA '" <!>������������������-" :>* "I" :"~ ' h"''"'"'' lw"''   '"���������"',.,,     .,���������-       i��������� .,i pm.i <.,������- .   A   '   ������.JI..VI  "    ' i l>-iii">* iiroii'isi��������� t * -si.iii isii a   'Jtn--\i,,.ii . i . r   ���������-��������� *i  i i- . ., ,l ii    i 5 .    ��������� I.,  some, but they an,   of   tlw   C.is,   , h���������t [,��������������������������� J, ^ , ^,.j(L   ,-,,.���������..,,,:������������������; ���������'-���������-"-   v^ .U,Am. A .,.   .....  Y      K/s ps '-n -pr-T-r  :  Vi/h"*}"'iei*"������ o q������������������'������������"? ?���������*!������������������*!olis :  : HIl^nifToB :  '   I  .  . .Calcna !Say  Rosen Heint  TTAnn  J-. .  S  I .  uTCIj^il.ii^   I.iiJy   -J<u>jo  P. ARENA,  l-uoi'kncror..   . .   -  i ' ,l  Katos Si and S3 a Eay  *     ���������     i     ������  Tito Outport of the  j'-'-.7tncEi,wTrT?'"jr7i'' .-h^������i--. ., ���������<������ j���������. ������*������n. ������M-  ['rouL Lake DistricL  ii-.f������ T'jtcr������-,rn--".^ rjsg'w.-'j grarr;  -tt-  jire almost inipussibie   to   pjease.     "J^n" , mill-.- f.f a I-d'.O  -t.iinji  eap-oily  o!   .,v  sett lenient, is a distinct  victory for  tiie' in operation.  iMiiiitlolia   Government   its   its     terms1     Ala-ka'-. <;ol.l out put for Is'-.A.-s I.'ri-i,-  -t.tt'i'..    Th"law  ii.-,-.   Into,,)--' a   d.-aii \  ie. I-i. ,iu,l  will   no   d-ui'it    li"  i i-|������e,de.(l j  .ui'l lb>-oh! "ii ��������� di if-'in-' a   fee   of  t;l.1 '   "scraya^ous ljoraoxal care nn������ ������"ro<i*ol-.  ���������i./.-lJiii  j.   rL    iyLturuii idiilo,    i.5.j.O.;  , i ������������������^  /vo-)",) 01   .1:1*.!   ltl::iJ:!^  i.l.;i-L:'.c!;  62-3   IIA'sTINOS ST.,  VAiXOLVF.R,   IJ.C.  .Vil ,'Ss.iys and .-innlylici-.l work done in  dnpiii ale   with  , j.,r ;iiiii_r!ie    j>.ip*-i's   ni   ,jnv   mi oi-jioi -  cove,- idm.ist everything (h.-v  contend- ! m>: lh" vi'i'1'1 '"' K"5 h,i";~ ^1-';'"*"w,_'"    ;li,���������, i���������- ,���������,.   i,.;., *-n'. *���������!  ....            ,    ,   ,.    "  .        ,.                   .     .     i excess of that -tuu'iinl.     1 no cni'p u fm      m-   ./  ,.���������   \;i.,;,,,, >{',.,..,1  ed tor, and the' 'nationa izatioii   or   tin*, .,,.,..    .-,.,-      ,        ,.-.,"       " "��������� " " ���������" '"'V '' '" ''���������  j \KU  .M- . >-,*, uiellarl *-s| IK.,if e- ,l I ,yi ' I1 i'l,- '  i KchooLs has liol been in   one  particular < ()���������,_                                                                      '                   " -��������������������������� -  ^urrendeivd.                                                   |  our ���������   ai/.iin.  The Catholic niiiiorilv tm> li.u*   had  A Pnilonnprier's Iji.'t'h-  N'o $ ���������'. ; *'/' Tli* :n.  ' J S i I s   ' I' ���������   i i  ,i>il  ������.-i-iice>siojjn made   them   in   ilm   '.illoi   }      Juh" Siirmn  vi is   >.,   iicdcsi   ,i-   ),.- j (|  ,-,  ���������nent of time   tor   religiou,   education. !"'���������'" 'll'1"-      ,f" h'"1  ."'''"   <^l'"-"-'l    A       '���������' },',,';, ,.  -, ,N        ,.,.,,-,���������, ,..|   ,���������*,���������,,,. '' ,i'"1"'''���������   'l"'"'  .        ,    ��������� ,. ,.' /,     ������������������ ,.     .        , j  wish thai   lliele uiiL'ii'   i."'   in- too-iir-i I. ,   ���������'     ,    ,      ' ,,        .,    ... i    ���������.     ,    ,,   !"  I.he; c-holC; ot  lionian CalKdln-   leai-ln-i s ��������� ,   , ., '-k iv ���������'   -l ' '   -11-" ���������''���������"        .'    ���������'  *    "'    "an   .  i ������T   H.  HEAPS &. CO.,  '   j ' v.\X','<H;vi'"i:. u.a  -   '   Vj '1     M J "-j ?;'H ^        :.:..ciiii."i,i.  .���������    in (VJli 11 "j.^ 15 I   im.in-.   iii-ii....ii(i  '���������' i I'i.i-i (i-liiii, lirllls,  t    "i.i!   .M,t* Mn. n    .m'    .s,.iu--,       Kii'.din -,  ,ili I-   U lii'i'l ,   clc. -J-.il-:tm  Sto-fi k. h o I it?  H on q-p ySkSi  J. AiiiJKItT STOKI-" Pii������������i������iiis7oit.  iiia liming itQsni is faPLcsflsa witfi fetest tiio  Market efioiis;1       '    ;  1   c  THE BAR,IS SUPPLIED WITH-THE CHOICEST  . . ,  .WINES,-LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  :-cv^^-t<j.,.r-u-:  ^     ff     iC7  Ulldf- (���������ertilin cimditiniis, and    l!uj    use  I.iiu! in-ni tii niifiii  in-   t* mi.      I Je   ....,i  also  ,iiie|i i i'lii* >i    a    iii-lli'    '.i     In-     !ii!*l  ������if dn.il lan-iiia^i text bonk-. Tie -<��������� ; when deal !��������� u.-s appi-ciclnii.' Al'ini.d  ���������emicehsJiiDs up- se.ircedv up lo what I fulliiled this sad iiuiv. 'I he ohill opi.-i  the Miin'ite.lia m'm.ii-itv'i-onleuded    for,    ^'"'���������1-<''I "o ->>ju- of   <������������������..,( i,���������,   oi    f, ,-'���������  iii.l' in  ���������" -,;L   TV) ?1\/anif'"  Pn."0f>nci  '.' 'i,  liilt-i'. is liaidly to be im.i*'ine.'l uiidei  thfi firej'ui/jsiances lliat they could liaw-  ���������rot what. tlie*v vvanleej.  It iv* alio to In* consider ed thai  Xi loripr must have consulted his e-o  . religionists .of Quebec (who helped him  .by a majority into power and who  '���������collid turn Isiiii out, a^ain) li-efoie* he  rriadc. this sctl lenient, and if H.it isf.ictorv  I.(i them it .slioiilfj lie. so to t lie minoi it v  of Manitolin. If the*, terms aie noi  si''tvMih]f. to (iiiehc/*.- tJie-n the mailer i*  far from \������-l!,led. il apjicais to In-  such a elioji-fc n*. was put* h'-foic  ���������Qufilx'cers iu .June, last-- a clioiie  iv'. -.voeii i.tee or cioed. TJie race  C .iilabored .-Old an ilislriiiTii-nl Joi se-l  i.liir'j; t'.ie- creed (schoolj ijiiesl ions put  in  ijiiurier's liandx.  ��������� It is tri.be hoped th.-if. I he agreement  .'urnv*ni-nil  "JJiiy   i'esidt   in' linally   dis-  in he.ii in*,' I ho ti-riiliie   news.      \.   n  h ' | I   il s ,i ii"'   ��������� n -. ,! ���������     i n<<  ��������� \\..'i   ..,,-.���������',./ -���������, ���������  ���������im; i... An,' ������������������ -_'.'.���������,'...������..- , }���������;]��������� FiiAAi'OKV (iOf,!) & S.'LVEf! 01!KS  ���������''"'i'-.  -..'!.     -I - 'I  ' ' ������������������    ''i- *     r I   j 'v.- .lliu' .<a:l Il-j-vortoil on  'lie       Inw-  p-      i   '-.  .    ;'.- 'r"'l  -,,!'!,... li'f   Tb.     "Vbi'.Ai-'.inir Forru&t  .'mild upe.ik ne, loin"'!', be in*'' I ni'"l  f"!     ,.lM   ,',,,,    ,;,,.,,.    i,,^,,] , ;..<.,    .     ,,,;...  ' '."H*.:  'jinln! i  a pencil and a pieco-ui paper, and wi'ii         ,, _ - ! By TKej   Ma.-Ar-|;iui--Y,'it*'s  ,          l       l           I               ,       1  :                                         I                    ���������* ,                                         ' l '. In . I -.i 'iltl I "JM  .H..J   (   ' ii i.iiliil Kin |  iisloiidy hand  ur-te hisoun   -pi: tpl.               ->v.,.     ..,���������,...,..,������������������, ,,..,     v ,, | ; n.,"  I-uri'l'V*  \p-s  ''lull's    Sun.m           j--'! I 1S!)'J       J*i-u   !      ,,,, .-    ,.    ,, ,     ,,,,.'      T, r,1,l,i,"   ,|   r    .'        ..         ,,  ��������� i-' -'���������'���������' ' . , liiiaij'i ti.)  Vi-s, ,.- ..f'..i.i- ie <"��������� iaiiiH-i. ,   v/. r-rdi'-w-Ifaivi'V, ACS., Sup!.,  :l"    , ! '    V-uk-oiivci, IJ.C  "' ' ��������� - .it   I. ' i,,   .'I .1- In .iin in -                         '.'. ���������_' Iii 11  \,j xj \H R H *  WHOLKSALK DEALER IN   '  WINES,  LIQUORS  AND  CIG  ,������"*���������**_ ���������  REVELSTOKE  --������cxxaa.Mii*L^3s^^j'/siv_xc>*>^'iAJC^^?iJravt-:-iri:7ci.*i,jr.vrjw'j-/JViK"; .-"���������xj-Ai  E. O-  ^.���������az.'s-^ftrjou i.aui-ini������r..-*-uM .wuw  run  f  r  ���������sir*-    ������^x������ <     0      U      r     11/     ������ !u������i 3      H   V**        E      &������^n E>������a  A i:l:Ai!A.U,-'0N   HliOS.,  I'noi'i.'ii-.roirs.  ., .I i .f.i. -in.  I L' I I'  l'     'II   !','     I   '       11 -      * I   .   L  I'.itiA. lain'ilcA     !i;-. ii.mie.   i in-   w-n1 ...^    ,   v|^,,   ,   ,;.f  of his Iiu i h and tin- \ e.u of ins   in-a,i  and  the  l/oautlf'jl  niollo that   haei   ('in   '  ;  m m l.'d      his       vvti-i'i.      life. -(i-i-l   i ��������� iii-ii-n*.*.  i  (Aim! ry. Liberty ''"     '"rtoA'i    ii-.,-    , t.,.H,',.,'.!,,,   ,,!','  of lie\ i-w s. i  i.' Ie/   i  What i'laroM M--;mt.  Moth-l      JO very  u-niie    ni." ois    ��������� nine  "  1 on  'vil  A   i/v'i'i   ["������������������'-'.OH.  Im.    ll-    .-,.  ^-vEO.  D. OCOTf",  In.MiMriqi: n.icf Mining iMcr,  First-class Tabic   <*   Good Bods   ���������<-   Fire-i^roof Sa.fs  Toleoiioue   ���������   fBii3 Meets all Trains.  betelstoke;    b.o_  I! ('.      M  -MI',"  '      I,    Ii  I.ill     ,s-      I    I,,,   ,      ,,,,.      |,ifl  thiii-': M.iM-v, ihe I'o'd :   CA ��������� >. f- -.   i.-- ; k "'"������������������ 'r   ')"''   "���������'"'    "'   "h'i>ir.-.      A'"'"'A,('A   -nt   '-'AAAAA"/.*'' :,|'"i"'  bl.iv^Wlili;,,,,   -1,- *,..A. ilaioA   .he      ! s,!d-    the    -r,.      p   ,   ,,,-,     *..,,,..,,(.,     m-       ii.^..^������tr>^I.i...iJ.,.,.nb,o0nfl,p:^  Helen   (sbntin-   triim   .,    m-'iH';       j P-'M-,*, ,.s-l���������- '     '-li!, A. i .'���������.- ;,,,��������� I    o/r; (Vll.d/,v., S .,     V'llu .o'V'd    Ii f  rian.ld   -oh,       ies JI.i- .Id       in*  m-i ''"'s ''' '���������'������" '''I''*   '   '' ���������' "' '"'" ' '������������������   i j  l)iisiii--'H; he loid in- "���������  -,!   in '.if.  i  wii1,-    do     >"ii  J 1111 * 111 -,*! i a 11.111,  .ni'*-!."'!   .1.*. n.,  i;i -T"u** j.io- ("'i''"' Don*/  III     N' i|-\v,i,v     a     IiO'.v    1,1'A     ii.is     been i ���������"Weil,   I   (!     i'l   wi.'i'i   le!1.!,-.;  ,   ,i       i-  p.-iiseil, vvhieh iii.i'.'o- tfli',. li.eii^ii.ile Ioi., plied l!i" ban.hi . 'i' oi;' ihil I , aiu  ui:itr-iirl -i.ny liniii .tiii-iy-nre jil-oiii'rioiil, in (.'likely lo be cm I' 'if'lli'-' i.'.i:-i!ii.'i-,, for-'ii  kniltiii*,', baking iiitifl .ifpilining. Good j year or two. Wo do tha.t. In gel a.lirAi  .'dca, 7 ,.        '7. j ed'l,ho (Jinin,'en.'jiii'.iio-i.'A  i\ Yii ������������������L'iiiUri:.':'? I.-:]., Li:,-,   n-x  u      fi      S  fi  I    I-  .^VSh,     n K   muz   ~rts~j   r.v       ���������������   r    -���������"  fi \ B    I ?,- i^ l\ i5 fc  JC  II  1.-JSW s-ji.--    r���������s*'  !-ti.������ i.^^������ la     S     ^k_i^  5/^5 M H  1U   fr ?  ���������Z-3.   aJ^AfJf  A.'iliAIIA.virifiN    J'UOS.,  I'i.-oimiik'kiiih.  Ci  [:vcryilii:iK new and Rrsl-class in ai! Respects.  \7 hb! ss a! c   Pa pcr, D c-a I e r3,, a ri -:.'  . . Slalionors .  ���������'VANCOUVER',' B.C.  '.'-.".i-i^in  lie If3lt, is sloped with ilie Finest Wines and Cisars in tiio Market  tboe"t���������lak:e oitx e.c.  M^>?^'frj^^������Ag"iVg������*iaft^ THE KOOTENAY MAIL
PAGE :i.
II '���
Text of Agreement, Between Manitoba
and the Fodsrcl Government.
���. ���   i
The following is ihe f.ill text of the
o'iiri.il stalem-ilt .".TUK.m'cii'.u; the set-
tleiui'iil, of . th" *M inynh.i s-liiiol
c;'-.('s| iii-i, iii- on) line of vv ha h -,v as p-iib-
lis!-,-.,] i;> ih-se eohimns l.ist vvoi-U.
('out i ii'i y I" o\pec! alioMs t h>> d.-.cu-.ni'Ut
is brief an i ex.ilicil ;,i ios pro>'i-ions:
1. Legislation will be inlioduted and
passed al | lie next reyuhii''* .session of
1 lie *.e�� isl.it in-" of Maml'iba "i'ihn.iyroj>-
1 lie provi.sious h"ft*i!-.a'tor m-i fori.h in
ii:iieii<liii-!it ol Iin* Public .School Ac!,
for   the   put-pose   of   sell liny   Ihe   etlu-
,e i-.t ionnl (jut-si ion til.tl bus been in   di ���
pute in I hiit I'i'ov iiico. - a
2. The relii*io:is l*'.-icli"ii*^ will be c-ui-
dut toil as hoi ein.titer jii-o-iil.-.l : (1) 11
anthorizet! by resoluli'm passed by* a
majority of the school trustees-', or (2) if
a peliiion be prc-ente-l lo llio bo.-lid of
scliool tru-tee-s ii-kin,: ior_ ieli<riou.i
ti'.'U'liinu: and si^uo'l bv t!i-' parents or
KiMidial's of ,a least 2")children at l-.'itd-
inir school in a city, to.v <\ or village.
'.i.   KeliL-ious ti itolii:i<4- lo   lake   place
betvvoon lha hoiii s of I-i-.:!'} a;id ! o'clock
in the afternoon and   to   lit'  conduci-d
iiy   any   ("hiisiian   cli-i-.-yinan   wii.i-.i-
chiirvre   includes   any   poi-liou   of   the
M-hool * di.strii l    by    h     person     duly
mil hiiri'/.cd by such eler-iyiii.in, thereby
ti-.u-liiii"- when so authori/.oil.
-1. Wnort'snsjiocili.-d-.n sacli I ('solution
of the tl usloes oi  where .so lequii-cd by
t he nctitnni of the pi esci i'o.-tl period   il
may  lake   pla-. e   on   certain   .specified
, t*  i
da'v s u! t he week   instead   ot   on   every
,        i
tea eh i i if? day.
'   o. In any.schoiil in towns ,Tiid  cities.
where    the'  avoraKo     at lend-moe   * ot
"Roman Catholic children   is   K) or1 up-
vvaids,   and    in    villages -or ' in    iiual
districts .when- ihe .ivciup* aliendanoo
of siich,childic",i is 2.") or   upwards,   the
t rustees ="shall.    if     recpuioil     by     the
petition of Ihe parents or v.i.ii dinns  of
such   number     of     Hon.a i     (.".ii ImI.c
c'.iildien K'spoi-t ivoly, employ at lo.-i--l
o:ie duly   cot tifii-.ie-d  R-,m in   {.J.-itlnlc
'teacher in.suih m-IiimI; in any scii-iol in
towns and cities- wh-ie r'r." a-. *-ra:*;e <it-
li'.iil.i ....'I    of    Aan-I' mi.m'     Catholic
childieii is I') or  u;n\ iiii- ,->.ud   in   vii-
l.i.u*i*-�� ('ir   in   Iiual   di--i'.-'cts   where   Iin-
a verajie a! t.-Jidauc-e- of -ut h chiltti.-n   is
Bonheur's Power Over Animals.
Ii'jsi Bunheur's power over animals
is said to be. marvellous. ]t has been
��� epe.itcdly aseiibed to hypnotism, bur
whatever maybe* the anise the t..ct
remains tint the ���"���ie.it   .iiiiiu''il p.iiuier
?���.* -i Z'
-.-ri.T."^-'  ,��?
iias   i ope
���joii" l-ito a cm**
oou Ko-jtenay District, Revel-
stoae Division.
{   COURT   OF    J"."���:VISION
.       AND
with lions and li-ei*   ini'l   tho -1111111 lis | ��\     A-Pi'KAL. und-r the As-e-.-:uenl
liivc iievei  iO.-,ented her intrusion.   Dn ! A.!,   l^S-i,   '.\,\<A  Ann ndiii'-iil-.   will   be
!n Id III ill"  C;ovo: n'ltent    l)"]i���, llevcl-
sloke,   en    Thu'siiav.   IQi'a   I>ec"P-ber,
ie co111 rat \, thev put up   tnou-   In-inis
lo lie scat-died am
the  invatesl
'oi a lou*,' I line she kepi a lion Ui it
l|:id lieu lefused by th'.* diilci enl ci. -
cus 111.111.it-cis on iiccnuil or his ticice,
uuiam ible (li.ijVo-ilimi, Iiu', no soiniei
did Mni". J>uii!ieiir lake him in hand
than he developed the *,icali-st alloc-1
lion for Inn-. D.iy I),- d.iy she; painted
ibis in ii'iiiiici'iit beast, occasionally
awardin- his patient pisiu,^ with a
caress. When, hovvevoi. .she b'-c.inie
so absoi-iiod in her work tliat she
would r'oi-e.'L all ii'oii'il him, wr\ foully
indeed would ti|i.s,l:iii-r of lii'iists |,t!),
up his -ie,it paw to call his ai tent'iou
lo tlie fact th.it ids head had not heen
palled -for ever so leniij*. A lioness
oolon-riii-r lo itosi Ijiiiheur died with
h(;r head in ihe nitisl's lip in her
lingo paws she lieid 1'ie helov 00" hands
oi: heir mistress until death lo..seued
her fiinsp'.
A.D. LS'U    (Sird.)  "*-"*. l'TTZSTUHHS,
.indue ot C'oiuLof Revision
���Kamloops, B.C.���
Export Lager Beer in bottles and kegs.
All orders promptly filled.
B. \V eh knur/. .   .   Proprietor
lOVOIJll Orvl",
1(5, l&M.
An'.An.ffcl in the House.
For, ,1   K'x'd,
���iv day     h
2-*i  or  upw-ii-il-.
liustees   shall,    if,
I eqllll-Oi
lie pel iii.in of I'm- pai-eiit-
or KUiirdiaiis of r-uc h  i-iiildr .1  cm-Iov
, tit least one dulyt ,-i ."ni. no 1 moii-Iloin,.n
C.-ilhob- te.u-hiir.
(5   W'her"  religious   leaeiiii.ii    is   re-
(juir.-d lo he c.irried  on   in   a*iy  school
111 pur-u.in.-o'of 1 li- for>'i*;( ,*n* pr.r. i .ioiis
���  .ind there .11 e U.nii.i-i C'a'iiolio.i iiil.lron
ill tell.lniLJ such .sell.1 1! , .111(1 Ihe sCilooi
1 ooin acciiiiiiiiodaiion does not permit
of the pupils beinjr placed in separate
rooms for tlie pit -Jin-Se of reli-ioiis
t-'achiii-j. provisions -.hall '.10 made liy
rejjul uioiis of the L��-,. iriuu-nt ot
< iid'iciitiou (which te.*;ul,i!,ion the Ijoiii-iI
of.School t rustees. shall oi, ,oi-V e) wili'i e-
by IIk- time allotted fo. 1 ���111*1.111* te.-ich-
liiK shall be di\ idod in sik \\ ;i vv ay 1 hat
reli;_-in'is leai hiiiu* of tin- Roman
,Catholic ehilui'i'n ��.!i.ill be o,ir:-iotl on
duriiiK the prescriti.-d pei io-1 on 0110-
1 ni If of 1 he l--aching days ui each moiith
-���ind tin- 1 el.'Kious 11'.U'liiiis,* of Iiii' noii-
Jvoiium Catholic childieii may lie
*m r- ii'd on'"during the- preset shed period
on o-ii'-iialf of the teaching days.
7. The Depart.iien! of lOducat ion
shall have tire power to in ike lejiii-
"l.ilioiis no! iuei-in.islenr with the
pi uiciples nf I ids act for o.-n rying into
ei'V- ct 1 he pi. 1. isjons ol r,!d-.
S. No .s'-patalion of the pupil.s by
reii-riousdoi 101 ii illations sh.-ill lake pliU.-'
dm iiii.-; liie'si cu'.-n- s; 'nool -.vorlc.
S). Wliele the sclio'11, ioum ni-iiiiil-
iiiotlation at the disposal of tho trustees
poiiiiils iii.s(ead ot iiil.it liiiK diiferent
d iv-s ol'th-* week to Iin- <iil;'--r,'i)l iie-
r 10min.-i' ions fur tin- jn.i-po-eoi' rt-li^Mus
te.ioliin-; I he puj)iis',uiay be sepal.ited
av hen th ��� hour for religious ti*aciiin<;
:ii'i iv t's and place.1 in sepal-ale rooms.
ID. Where 10 of Ilie pupil- in .my
s'cluiol speak the Fiench laiiLftiaire (01
.-inv l.-iiiKiiiiK'' other thati i'Jn-rlish) as
i heir n.il iv e laiiKua^.
-.���toll pupils -hall in
���French (or such other
aiiK'-l irivo lis 1,10 woman   who   lau-jjis.
' , ,J,
1 lor,pastry' may   not    always   lie    'usl
riicht, and she 'may  oicasiouaily   bu.-n
her bread and fi.r->et lo replace nii-sinii;
buttons, but for solid   comforl   .ill   day
and,every dayis'iie is  a   very   para-on.
dlonie is noi ii bati lelield, nor  life one
long, unendin--. li.ujhl.    Tholrick of ai-
w.-iys seeing 1 iie liri^ht siile,  or,   if   the
mat lei h'.is no, bright side, of [I'liishin^
up t li'e da: k,one.   i.s a very  iiiipoi lint
fiiculty, one of, the ilhinsj-s  no   woman
should   be   wil bout..     We'are   i.ol   all
hoi n v. ith's..usliiiio   in   om   hen is,   a--
the Irish pii'ttily pluas-e it, bu't w.- \.:i\)
cull i vale it cln-erftil -"1'iM1
w e oniv* li v.   .
of   h'.unoi
; Drink'of the Nation.,
' What does rhe Drilisii nation drink?
This is a ej'ioslion which is aifnually
answered'.or us in Ihe i-lenor! of lh.'
Co.Uiiiis-ionei.s of Inl in*l Revenue aud
0. turns. Ti.e i.ublicaliou for ISr','> and
I.S li ha., just been issued. It shows,
auioni*; ol liei things thai ihe piilihc is
tiikiug 'iiore kindly than ever to its tea.,
ami    i-i'!','. 1 1
West Keqteaay District,
ovultd    I':: ;is:oii>
vrOTICiO IS ilKliFMY CI V10N I h.-.i
j_\ all I'lacer Cl.-iiuis li--,dly hold' ill
Jllieiihove Division of Wi-l Itoiitcuay
Di-ti-ict, will belaid overltoni tin- 15lh
November, l.-'Ki, (o the I si day of June,
K'"7. .1.  D. CRAHA.M. '
��� (fold Coiiimi-ssioneri
RevelsloUe, IJ.C. Nov. l(i. Wii.        IJl-lt
I*' \J J. J.*OJLtl.
-y-eflT!'.'!-: I-' IIKilKJ'-Y (ilVKX ilittt sixty
��� i\ (0 ) cliivsi.f's-riliili' ! inU'ii'i tuaiiplyiothc
Ifllll. Lliu C'!:.C-I <'vi;!iHlls'sii,ll"i- ot b.iu.ls iiii't
Wm Its I'm- pei iiii-siriii rti piirci'iisc 100 n^ic-df
l.Uiil (it- n!)i-1 .11 follows :     *
L'iiiiiiiijii*'iii-�� .11 a l��)st mn.i-1.cil Inili.il Pust
No. I, on the t'liliini'ii.vrivtviiIii.'Hi Hi chains ii]i
stream fr.ii-i w-Ikiv; llewnic wve I: empties hit)
tlie I'.iliutibi.i river, aii'l cxloii.tiiifr ii]i sii-unin
in .'i iiorlli-ivi-stcii.v ilircotion 4i) cli.iiiis to <t ]i.-i-L
lii.ti'lciil No. -'. riiCiico in an c.t.loi-I;' elirccliun
JO 1 huiiis to post iii.uki'd Xo. It, 1'iciu-u in 11
���millioi-iy (liivction i.i ciuiiiis to .1 po-l in.irked
No I, tliuncu in .1 "Vi'-Ui-ly eliioutioii lo place of
iK'-miini,*. Cont.iiinii K lC-'l acre- more or lc-is:
sni'i'-il on ihe- -Jml .lay of Novcinliui-. t ft!.
, D.llo.L tills Villi (iavot Xo-.0lil.Ki-, IS Hi.
:jl-!!l . J. \V. irASIvlNS. ���
r. s. mri.Y. 1'i-t.i.
ii ll I. I    ^.&sVe.L.��.  ^/JLAA^tH.
-<s """���""
.v. ki iKM.il "re! in.ii-kot'. "H*ffT"^��^��,S^.����
I.-.,Ycsl vvojl.-i:, Cloi-iilo %tfJ OTM.B
.Uoiii-i ii nulls ,111   ni.ii-liiii-
u:y .it J), nvcr, lilaiir, Si>i-iii-js, and Illack Hawk.
Ore sc'.ct oil coini-otitivs Jiids, \\'i it - tor eau
;-i ii-i-ciicj lio-i!;. Addit-ss 3t*:te Ore Sa-siiilmg
Co., Jjcnver, CoL   O.A I I'lilhon hoiiKhl.
TO    BUY    OR    WORK   THEM.
<  THI5   i'
TO   AND   I-'ISOM     "
' ' All Eastern P. iuts.   ,
TliriniKh Khst Ol.ws Sleeping Cars iiii'il Tourist
ylcc|iniK Cms lo .-st. I'.ml, Miiiiit'i-aliiiiil 'i'uionlu
without ch-uitrc.
\Villu underuikc   to   linn die   Bonds   of Electric, Steam or
Morse  Car Railways, or  Municipal  Honds,   and  Build   Water
Atlantic I-'.-cpress arrives   0:Vi daily,
l'.icillo " "       l(i:ij   "
Auitovi- L.v:;.*: Hkvncii Tkvins
Arrive  l'f.'.i), Tnustliiys.'I'luii-silajs, .Saturdays
f/javc   ll":.'.'l,  Sunday.-,   Tuoiliiys, Thursdays
Address full particuhtrs '
1 1 if
Manhattan Investors and Securities Company, Ltd.,
���   .   '   17 and   19  Broadway,  New York City.
I nt dUM Lire
f HI-HiBWITir Khe inilict- that I iiifend sixty
1 clii.vs Hciicu to ."iipl.v for llic piiri.li.iso of ouu
liuiieliuil .in.i siNty i,cros, inoiv ot lu-s, of l.md
-it 11 it,' d atli.iiiiici IJ.xy, v\",--'i. iCootciiiivilistiict.
!i. C, cst.'ndin/s n-.li fort) chain-, tl.cn e-.isl,
lolly i.l..i- 11s. 1I1.11 t'oi 1 b foily cli.uii-, tlicn ifo-l
loriy cliiiuis luii." ii.-lvveon Waliur .Ii-iiinnns
and f',11.1 ilul'.s ]au-C!ii')lioiis, ,0011^ !hc lake
shore oi U;.".Br Aivovv lake.
A-.-rou lic.i 1. II. C , O-'tou-Ji- -'ith, lS'.lo. 20-11
Afislloailoii far Liauop License.
it L
-vrO''':CK 1-3 HKI.'KBY (UVliN (hat !I0'days
jj\ nfLuv iliio. 1 will iip*)lv to t!..j Stii.oudiary
ma^isiL.t j rur West Kootcnay for .1 license lo
-ull ii(|i!ors ;il mv l-.ntcl -l'liaiutl 111 Anovvhuiul,
Disli-ict.if A'.'est JCootenay, H.C.
V.. .1. ICKtlK.
An-ovvlicid, r>.C , Nov. 20th, lt,*.lti. 31-11
Bissyiiitl'in of- Partnership.
c-nils In -
sii'ii|it.o:i ot Ihe olio Devei-itgi'
iv.oeii nine ,-iii.i -leu lnillion js.
Iievouil t l.at 01 last year: >vlu>i oas coil'i-o
li.i.s 1 illen oil', ,-iiitl now actually lu-iiigs
into the ^ieve tue nearly n nullum
sterling loss t.li.in it did in 1SI0. On 1 he
other hand, the Jiiitish puhlii: continues to smoke with vigor and i.s-
siduily., and .-ic'ii.-illy pniil in some
��.-l.li).i!l)i) liy way of duly on its pipes,
cii-.ii-s, and (i^irelSes, ueiro ti;an in
t!i" [)i ov iotio year. As fur ������drinks" in
llio iiioi-e iocliiiic.il sense, it appears
thai the iucic.iso of nun, which iilied
ill-, (.'.-si h"ii's h"i'.!-i wilii joy a tew
",i"n.s ii'Jlo has not heen suslai-ii-,!. Tinit
line oh! Iii i! Wi litp.ior is very nnioli on
lli'-do .vii i';i.ide, wlii|s| hi.-indy incr.-as -s
and ivhi.sky waxes more and 11101 e. On
t'le vviiolo ti 0 total receii lt< l.o.n 1 1-
land lievenuo dul ie.s ol nil kinds s,u,w
an incie.-iso of six million steilin,-^ he-
voiiltiiose of t he,, pi eviou.s year. Ihe
'.-i-irost <;ain heino; in (lie death   -l.it ies,
the   next  in   ..tumps.
ll  is   0!
tii.il   the   cycle   of   piosperily
yet coiiie fo ,111 end.
ll is    Hot
I iidi.-t,, oil ,-iccounl of the s; lomlid
'���ondii ion 01' I hi'-'i-o.-ids, is a paradise for
hicycl sts. They may tide fiom ("ai-
ciitta t.i the iCliyhor Fas-, :i,!!0J miles,
,il in 1st, vvltheaii a In oak or ,sei luii-, incline.
A WOr-WV.S FAin��� Vr .J.c Joe's
n-irlor.' I'1')! i'cnfs .vho .'.ant a s'.i.^vi.ni,
slinnio.i iiii'4 ii'i sea foam, hot ;i:>,i c,ii,|
.mill, In!) icon, ciL'ii'.' an.I cii* in'iaoi o!'
all     l.'iiuls,     t'i'iul,    or    coufeci i )iioi v.
\70T-0Jj" 18 HKiMCHV OIVKN, that the
i.'H lJiftiicrslup heictofore (������risun*^ between
.1. C. Iliituliison. of ituvclatoku, and John
lfuCi'liisoii, of Viit-iioii, cairying im husincssat
Wcvolstolro ii'i'lcr the Urin name oi Hnu-hisou
Hriis . was cli-sci'.vod by iiratna) consent on the
lilh day 01 Novciiiher. 1i>%. Tiie ra\:-i.said htisi-
lU-s- \\ ill lie <;.]!���!limed by ,!.('. H'ltuil'suil and
<!c.u-y;e C.'Mcllr -.cor midjv '.he liini name of
liiilc'aisoii &, "Mi.GiVrJor. Ail d-jl.t. ovvinK to
lliilJiisou Iin.s. iniist he jiual to Hi tehisnp i:
McGi-uwr bv ivliein nil hnhilitio. ol said linn
will be liquidated. .). (\ 1IL* I'l'11 IKON.
���    , .I01IX HfTCHIdOX.
Itevelstoke, Xoveinborll, Ic'.k).    , !io-it
No. 1SI
OspLifisate of BegiStraiion of a
Foreign Company.
('oiu-ia-)ies Act, far; IV and Aini.iiihiis'ALts.
United   States   and  British Columbia
Mining- Company (Foreign).
U-j,-isle.v 1 L:i.:'::ist day (if Owtober, ISili.
I IIKIlK.'iy OKiiTIKV Ih.u I have this day
1 icgi-Ieri-d tin- Gn.ti-d Sl.ites'.ind HriLish
('ol'uiiln.i Minni-- C'd'apany (r-'o'-^i^nl under the
C! nii',i-iiii(s' .'.ot I'u-I IV.. !{L-i;isti-.ilion oi
i-'oi'.-iyn C'omii.uni's and Ann- lilini; A Jts.
'J'ln' li- ad i.llli j ol r.'i.j si.il ciui'mii; is s|(n,i(.
cii at tin- I'ai 01 Ivaiis,^, Cilj in tlie Siato of
5,!ssijiii i. b" S.A. i>
Thu olijjits lor vvluoii the coniimny is ostitl)-
b'.saed arc : To buy, r.iko, hold, ov, 11, iniin-ov e.
work, iiio.-t^ii^c, sdl or olhui-ui-e acquire land,
disiKis-j ot r.-al (.si.itc, linn Js an 1 1111111111? claims
ui ev-jry kind and naluie suuatcil in any of the
s'latos anil TiiMiloi'ii". of this United Stale-., 111
(tr.ii-. . Cea'ini'ii.'.. in ti." L" nitcil Iviiit'doin or in
imv olli* i- oounli.v or subdivision iiliuiuoi'.
Thec.i'.n 1! si00k ol llio said Company is ten
thousand doli.u- divided info one liiiiiili^,*!
-li 1 os ol tlio i>a:- valiic of (-no litiudred dollais
On-.^n iinil.-v my hand and sea! of oflice at
Victoria, I'roviiiuu ol Uritish Coliiinhia, this
thh-lj-lirst d.iyof O-Uiber, one tlioiis.iii.l ei.^hl
ii iiii ircd and mncty-six.
,ji)-i'��� (,ii-,'ii,'(l)      S.   V.  W00TTKX,
|��i:a:.J Kcijisl i-ar of Joint St ,ek ('omiii-aiii's.
��� Trains on Arrow I.nke lii-.uieh connect'
Arrowiiuad with C& IC. Cos Sti:ami:h Xai'us)-
nuOviiiK '
&   '    To and Frasa ,
Rossland, Trail Creole, Nelson,
Kaslo, Ainsworth. Pilot Bav,
Nakusp,  New   Denver,
;    ��� Three Forks, Sandon
For full inforinalioii'iis to rateis, etc.,
apply to
i. T.   lit-ew.sfci-,
.- ,   ��
'' Agent, Itevelstoke.   .
GK0. MOL. HH0WX, ��� 0
Distiict I'.issonjjer AkchI, V.nicouvov, U.C.
M-jcts All Traias at
���ARROWHEAD���     ���
Goiiis I>iroct To
Lardsau and
Thomsons Landing
Fish Greek and ,    ,
Trout Lake.
For fin-tlior iiifoi-iiintion as to ficiahc rales
etc., apply lo ,
-    MSNHiNICK BSO����� Lardeau City
Assets ��. . .'. ' '. .$ 5.(803,270
Incomi: . /.      1,528,054
Insurance  in  Fokci-: ". . . '34,754,840
Ni-:\v BusrNKss Within 1895 ��� ���'    8,S66,688
J.  E.  CRANE, Manager for 13.C"'
Agent for Revelstoke and "District
,      0 , ��� (LHIiTED.) ��� . o  ,
Capital, ��1,500,000.      ' Head Offices, Toronto, Ont.
Manufacturers of Electric Mining Apparatus, ,
Locomotives, Coal Cutters, "Reciprocating Drills,  Kotnry Drills, Reduction .-ind
Ligliting Appiii-iitus. ,   , '
SV/s^i"T"r^iD Q   l*-ir'lie*' u^ Diiect Current or Thrco Plinse Types, Suitable
\\l\J I Kjri.'p   for any make of Fan, Pump, Hoist or Crusher.
Electrical TiaiiKinisscm of Power, by our Three Phase System, successfully
i. ..1��, **      , "
operated up to "30 miles. ' r   '
 B. C. BRANCH, OFFICES  '      '
Granville Street���VANCOUVER ''   . Kooter.ay District���NELSON
,    ' �� ���^TsTD^.TTE    TJS  ,     2-0t-6m
Private ill
Jill Notice.
sl.iiioncrv /llic! -o foitli ; next
-. the  le.icliiuir;   of
he    (-(illdlli led    i,,
l.i.iKiiiij:.',) ,-iud
Kll^lisii up,in tlie lU-iill^il.d sy.steiil.
11.  >7n pupils 111  lie   [ii-i'iiiitled   (o   tie
3 it i Si*-it .it ,niy i'e!i*j*ioils leu hi up- unless
i lie 1),irents or tfu.irdi.-iiis of -ijc!) pupil ��� J
<lesire   ii.       Ill   else   ilie    p.irenfs    'ni "
s^ii.ir-iii.-rti*. du not desire I he ;il lend.iiu e '
nf flu* pupils ,il siich reliifiniis te.icliiiiLj
then till' pupils sh.-ili   l��e   di .inissi'd   lie-
(���(li i-liie   ex"i-ci.es   or  shiill   rein.ii.-i   in
;lll(iili(-i' innui.
th.; O.iliiiii'ii.i   ii-itel
J.   A.   "\l(.l!!CAV.
*��   t      -s.
���>?-V /.'**��. *A*!^
?':d\   tt   <VH
A Ilemarkable Wacliine.   '
The l.-itest -u-ieiii i(ic iii.irvel is ,-t
llioiii*lil vyi'ifj-hiii*^ in.icliine. invented
livl'iof. "ilnsMi, ;tn Jt.ili.-ui piiycliolo-
i-is|. Il is siinpl,-eunuch, ( oiisisl iuir (il
hi -licit e iiiliuce-i -o co iti'.v'd (.'nil
;M|.. {,- incisui e Iiy Wei^lil Ihe v.-iryii *j;
?iii-iii r,i�� ol l.loeiil in I lie heel or In.iiu.
I'l el. W.---.MI i-iifiiiiis lliu! ilie .ictivilv
'iV J.i.'in -is* 01 npoi-1 i.uiiile 111 I lie ,11111 mni
of I'leci" f/lV-reil), ni- iiillier (h.'il llic
inlei-.sit v ol r'J,* uijrhl c.-iu-e- ;i riisli ef
M ni ul lo tin- re."*- In <i. ( ell .. II is 111.u-hi-ii-
is .-..|i(l li- lie -n ("'Ji'i.-'ic liliil il e.tsjly
dlyleils iin* dilTei i-!,( e lie'vveeu Ilie
e^i-: I id.'is rcipiii ed I'* "..id (in-i-U ,ind
J.i 'ti'n.
���Uli Xtifcjubrr, J.*0'..
\ J IS UONOri? the LiiMif I'tiaiif-tiny-
i I i-l-nor h.-ls heen pleil-sed to ,-ip-
pmill  .I^.TI'II    Di-:--:   fin U'.\.M.   '���'-���[lure.
MOViCi: f-i IIKI.'KHV (.'IVlC.V tint applk-.i-
^_\ '.em >vi.! bo'ii.itlb to I lit- U'^isliilivi! .V ���
si.-.-iibly of tin- I'l-ov .ii.jc oi lli-uisli I'dlunibi.i .it
its il.;vt scs-.on f..r illl Ac! Id llluill'plll-.ltu .1
ciinip.iny .villi povvoi- to (.oiisiriici. equip, oner-
.ill. .ind 1n.1111i.11l11. st,uii!,uil 'ii- liiiirnw KiUi/c
i.iilvvi.y or ii.nnv, ,l} , -ii.1.1 bio tin- Li.uispi)i-lin>��
p.i-s'.-.i,cci-. iri'iKiil ui- ui" j, 1 nun siiiiuciiii-(.incut
point ar or n-.-.u- (i.tli-iiii wi- Tjniiiib liny on llic
1'ppi-r Ai'i'inv !.,ikc ei tin- Ilisiiic-l of Ivii'iLi'ii.iy
lo <i pnhil .-.1 ni- n> .ii- llic J'oi'l- ol Iiu-1.Mill III)
line", .Hid '.'.:!!i pov.ui- lo liuiUI a liriuii:h lino
li-oin ,1 -,if.,i:i i.n llic iiiiiui 11 iiu ui -aid ruil-.Miy or
ti.i .i-.i.iy about !���< in.l.. fioin (linnn liij.in
Ti-i) it UiUc. .mil !'i cM-iiw tlio 1.11.I i-.illu-.iy or
u- uii\-.,iy ni- bnllil hi.iiii.li lun s llu-n m' up cillicr
ili-b'illi t!'i- mn lb .mil s-iiilli br.inciii'K ol'il.ii
l.ciliiu j.'i'cl Im':i ilisl,111,<< ul |.mi null-- on
ci! In:' bitiiKii, iei'1 .1I-0 in txiilil n lii'iiuo'i li-oin
.1 po.ul mi llic 111,on uiii-nf siik'i I'.iiIhun oi- ti.iin-
-.Miy .ilimil clffiil milts n-oin (!.i!i-n,i H.ij lorn
(li-lniii-.- ot In* my unit- ii|i l-'i-h I'n-ck : anil
1MH1 |iiii\i-i- In 1,ill-noil use mm Ibe Soul 11
I'oi'l- ni Iin- I.tr.'c.ui lilvcr .it hi iii-nr a li-ihil
-il'in'.cil ii'iiin.-l two mile s tyii 111 tin junt.lt,111 in-
forks nf iin. siuil ijiu- sh niiii li of iiu- Hutci'i.
tin cool a- 111.i> Im- iicci-��,ii-j to obt.iiu thcii-
li-olii llio llm:i.s,tiiil hiu'sL-jinvM-i- Iin- llic piii'-
p-is ��� of ^'ciii i-iiiin,.' cii 1 ti'i.'itv. mid tn i-oie
sli-iii I .ncl iiiiiiiiiilli lii-.ileliliK's, cri-i.tluni.,
u.uiis, |,n i..vi,iy-or oLhci- vvoi-Ks in i oniii-i lion
t'li'iuwitli fm-iiiiiii'o-. in-? or 1 iiL-reiis.nx I lie wiiil
v.,it ���!��� in n ilc-fes. mi 1 to enn- tl'il('t..!i(l iiiiiinliiiii
nl!   iic'ci's. ii-y    .viirks,  Inuiil m-r-l. p jits,  poles
Columbia & Kootenay __
Steam Navigation Co.Ttd.
Hall's  LandinQ-
Hot Spring's,
Nakusp, Three Forks
Nelson, and Slocan Points,
Kootenay Lake Points,
Trail  Creek,   Rossland,
Northpori and Spokane
--S1IS1UI.I) taki-j Tin-:���
JjU.ivcs .\;-!-i)M-|i.j.i(l for Xnknsp  unci  Ilobson.
Moiiil.iys, W'ciliu sd.ijsiui'l l-'i-iil.iys.it 7 p.m.
Lc-.iics  Knb-iiii  for X.ikusp, Ariovvhi-iiil   anil
C.iii.iili.in lJ,'ioi!lc li.ulvv.ij jioints (c.i.l  .ind
west) on Tiii-sdiij s, Tliuisd.ijs mid .-iiitiu--
cl.iys.ir iii'tn p.m.
C.'iiiiiiociion is nude ;it   ltubson  vitl*  C fc IC.
H'y for Nuisoii ,md nil pouils on Ivo, len.iy lake
nii'l   viith  stuiimci-  "l.vllcm"  for 'i'nul   and
N'(ii-th|iorl. ^
^mM &' CO.
RE PREPARED to Sell, .Float or arrange
i    o
Capital for Good Cold Mines.    Send two
reports, plan,   etc.      Responsible   Agents
l'\n- Io".il liiii'.- (iii"l of tho ('oinpiinyV ..tcam-
urs on  Konliiiiiy Like .apply to llio liui'si-i-on
llO.llll. ,
'���'or lull infiii-ni.Uion a-i loliikcls, rnti'��, c-lc
apply to 'I'. Allnil,   .Scci-clary, Xolson.   It C.   -
Oovcriinieiif. .\-_*-"iil ;it i!e\ i i-loKe, ,t
Sii-iendi.-iry ?.!.i-*,ist .-.il ��� vviihiii .mil I'm
thai    portion   of   Ihe   West,    Konlcu.tv
Electoral Oislii-l uiul.iiiied v.illdn t lie I ��'��'-���>'' !!'!ih,in.-i-, .in-1 convcni* iiws nci css.n v
,.        I,-,       in     -ii i    i        i i     '����� innp'-i  'or llic KCJiioriitin,^ oi  clci! rn-ily or
l.evels c,���e. llleeillevv.-iel. L.irde.iu, ,-uul ; ,,,,iU.|.'���i,i,iii ,i melius ul  luiv miles fri.n s.ud
trml Ijiike Alllliliy Uivisi i; i���. :'i--J( i (!,:l,-n.i  in-  Tiiuin-i J'..ii.   ,uvi !<) use tins cli-c-
tric.tj iri.nci.ilo(! by lliu c.):iiin'.ny a-,i muLivc
P ivvoi- for liio -ud ti-.uiin-.iys or ofiii-i- woi Is ol
the i.opip iiij. 'ir l" s,;p)ilj in cc'isiniicrs ioi-.-my
pui-p'.s ��� to (j- *o:- wine'! cIclIiiciIv *ir e-lui iric
povii'i" in.iy bii.ipphiil or icijiiiinl-, .ind vvil'i
liii'lhcr pi.-.M r l'i liiiild, ccpii;i. (ip-r.iU nnd
'ii.iinl.'i.n !' !��� ijiMph .in.i I'jlcpliiini- hues- in i-on-
iiji i ion -,\ nil l;"' s.iid r.iiii'.iivs or ii-.ii'i .\iii s, or
| .ui> of i!u,:i.. ii'iii io build vvli.n < ,-s,iiiil i'.-h-Iis hi
; Loii.iiiii.il .Militl.c ..ii*! r.ii. n.vys or l..iini'.i!V-.
[.-..* {]\,\\ ! I.1-.-C li -r vi it'i I.."j povM-i- lu ociirupi'.il - i.uids
-.,. r,, ., , ,, , </'.', ,..'-n ! for ll.'- p irpos . o' ilii'ioiup.iny, ,iu 1 lo .i^.pur
_ sill/.inr of Ihe ( ..(in y . enn t. Will J ).���,,._ ,lll,n;���i ,_ ;���-,vi!i-Kn, i.i- ol'u-i- .. ds Irom
1)" iioli'i-il ill It >vels| eke, it.' ., on . ,in\ uui nrin-iit, iii.iiiii.iij i.li(,v oi-i j nv p..isoiis
S,il m-il.iy. t.he ."it li di- of !)i'< i-uiin'r. ,"'-nii!,.s . o, jioimIl. mni t-i 'm.i!.,. i'-.iili.: nil.I
A.D.   1K',G\   nt   111 o'clock   in   the   foi  <'ll>c! i-.-i-.n-i-.u.-ii'-v. ,l!i r.el-.Mi.i  se.in.Vi.U o
.IOS. I), (ill A MAM.
-As1'!   -/-,>< Mm--,\
totk':<: is iii-*H"'"r.Y r*r
I ulin-r i o.up iiu* s ; n-.ri ,\ ^1 pi(. tmiiiii pi-.\cr
1 in iiiiill ...iiri-n i-oi-ls to be u- (j ui iin con-
i -ii-ii. Iii.iid: .'i--:i !,i!li-.-,ii. or  \ i.eu'.i.iv s .in 1 in
! .- !i im '��� of ibe    i,u, ,iu I lu!
in.) collect I ills
J:*i'l. r'.uiiis is :ilv,,iys piepm-i] lodn
���\ ��� ���.iiii i li" .i.n. Lulling (il all kind" ill
..,i ii'i( . mi! ei-. i ice linn nil.ml V'liJ-
vv l il I ei   v\oiill '
It --i-trir t'o-tnty t'onrl.      . moii. i.il p,-.li... iisli,,* ,, , ion ui'l  ,.-.'i.r!.l p.i.siiii,
sloke. Nnv.   Ilh. 1ST) 2:1-11 i -iv'-r.ui. o- s.i* li  r ,.,1,   i���i*ii   by 1:,, inpiiiv,
1 v. I., tin r hmll I.* 'oiv ii,- 1 ,-. r tlie ]i 1 .-i/c 01 I hi
       Vi I V ri '...'.   ippii'.l for. ,11. 1   fur .ill ol In-, ii-'.ul
. ne.   s..i,-\   or    1in1leul.1l    ii.:!ii-.   po,. cii,  ,ui '
l-r;- il L-. . is ui.ij  ne ii'i   si -j  *)' iii- i li ill 1! or
1.11*11   n'l     of   llic   nliuv
W'AN'I'KI)   A I'   OS'l'.',    A  i.i       i-i'ir-   fi.- [ <ot,di!(   .1   10  Hi-    ,if
11       ��� m   'I 1 11.iiii v.    !!\   In. i>-   i -i-itioi    "1 ' ii 1 i o'li  i 1 .  1, ,in\ of Ib.-ui
rli'.      Will . 1   e  l.'io.'.i-i   ���  11,.I  li'!.is,n    1- I      |i 11  .1 |i.'s.'-*'i #1 t   ,,   ,"��,-:,.(-. A I)    I .ii'i
l-:in-l.is,-s|.i 0,1 -oi 1 .1'    ...1              .1    .'.  ,'ir. Mi-i'MII.I.II'.s, VVKJITnN' U !IA l.'NA !!!'.
sinp'i-     ' 1 ; 1! ipi.i-.   "liini..!   'V i..-i   co    '.,.     JsTl .-solii-iloi - Im- lh.- Applic.inls
li ijii I- Mn li
. A 1.1,AN   I.IN'K.
l-.vuis-i vn, from Mnntrc.il  \ui,-. 1
.M'l.N'oin.MN, " "       .     ..Au-f. l'i
V,'.Ncni-vi;u. fi-oni .Monlri-itl  Auk. K
SCOTKM.IN, " " ...Auk, I.'l
IlKAVKft   lilNIO.
(Kriiiii Monti-cull
I.Aicr. Ovrviim An*-'. I!'
Ij.v'vi: Si'i'i'.iuim               Hcpl.'.i
t'uhiii SI'liinil^ipM'.irds.    Inti-rnii-ilinliJ f.'ill.
.Sti.-i-r.u-ciit Imvi si r.ili-i.
I'nssi'iijjci-s licM-tLiI tlii-oii|i!i In nil purls of
(iiv.il Iii iluiii mni licliiiiil, iiuil nl spi'i-lillj low
rules In nil |..irls ol tin- ].'iu'ii|i(-:ui 1 iniliiicnl.
Apply loni'ii-.-cst si 1 ,iuisbipori-.illvviiyii--i'iit,li.
I. T. ESBWSTEa, Aeon*,, Rovclstolcc,
Or to W'ii.i.ivm Ktitt, (Ii-iicriil Akui .
Cut   This   Out.
-M.M'.'   I.IMi: TltAINS.
Eiv-1 Uinui'l (Xo. :'l ni-i-lvcs diiily ..    .   9:1.". 11.111
W'ost    "'      (Xo. I)       " "    .  . ..    l:L'.'ip.ni
Aitnmv i.iiii: iiuvncii th.mns
Arrive Tnesdiij ..'I'lmisd.iy i.S-iiiurdiiys.!!:!!1! p.m
Dc]i.ii-I. Suiiilnys, Tuns Ihjm, 'I'liuisilnys . I SKI p.m
^k_   S^ECIJk.lLT~y.
Ikootena^-irtiaU'* * * IRevclstohe, 3B.C.
111 - S CI STOIC K   !'.().
(Mosc for Ihe ivcs-t :i:'ID p.in
i-,-irt               {--M" .1.111
siuitli. S.ui..'I'iiu .'I'liiir. .:*���:!'> l*. 111
"  1     Ki-v. Sl.ilion.    .S::hi a.m.. .'WI p.m
Duo from the west KI:'KI 11.111
" '     ci-l  . ..i:lo p.m
soiitli, Tiie. Thill's.. S.it    .*j:1,'j ji.i-i
Itcv. Slnlion..  .   in 11 111., ,"i:1.'i p.m
ll* VI !.s|' i:c    si-.-':'i')X i-.o.
("lOso for Ihe west     hO'ip.n,
i.isl . .    .!>:(Ki .i.ni
smlli.'I'iic., Tliiu-s., Snt. !l:tll 1 in
"        Ki-vi-lhinkc.    .    .   !).i in.. l-'��l p.in
ii--.. from Iin- -vi-si      ... .       . !!:!��) 1.111
ci.1 , l-l*.-1.111
s ,i.*li. ',Vi.il.   l-'ri , 11. 11     !l:.!ii.. i-
IJiMlsioke ,!)..!.|ii.iii,, I:l'i ,1.1.1
-^    A, <W
Establishad 1877.
CAPITAL, ?500,000.     -
Incorporated 1893.
v&i%i ^s�� S3     Ib!h v^asr H Vv 53 u al u \��&*L U u
MAIN HOUSE: 200-212 First Ave. Norfh, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN,
"Jilt A. IS"*CXIi-:>s :
HELENA, MONT.        I      CHICAGO, ILL.      I     VICTORIA. B. C.     I WINNIPEG, MAf-
Cookc/fe Horcni.tii Sti.   | I 05 Wi lrf J-1. I    1'". V King St.      j }���������  roinpi   iind   Correct   lie-suits   C'liiinintecd.     Piciiorls in-ide on prppertics,  etc.     Give me ,-i cull. '     -    '  ������.-nr .-.---ai--^r.-5j.-ci-j=iy- -,iias������?jL-j.  MacKinnon, DeBeck & CO.,-  '    Oli.HacliDgsSt;, Vaseo������7ep,,B.C.    ���������'  MINING'' BROKERS ' AND' AGENTS.  C.ibio Address .-   ''Ciu-lcs,'" V.-incuiiver, V..O. P. 0.*'Box No. 101  Prop-ties Bonded and Ecportc-d on for. Foreign or Local SyiidicgieSo  , Having been .residents of. the'province for the past tWenty'-  six years, we are   therefore hi  a  -position  to furnish   the 'most  reliable ���������.information   t'~>   be-obtained  respecting   the   valuable  mineral resources of the province.     Correspondence solicited.  ;, OiTice of ihe "Golden Cache Mines Co., Ltd./'' of Lillooet, B.C.  -��������� i *-^i^������������������-.-^-i���������  :~z^z^=rzrr=a  , '' \V. ThonijiHon, of the Trnil Creek  ���������j\~e������;s, arrived from the youth j'ester  (Jiiy ooinj/;  foist. ,  Only two out 'of the. whole Prof.  !N.'ison parly which cnnio down Wednesday esciiped i'rosl-hiu".  [t w;is 22 lielow zero   .-it   Kaniloops  this walk, .������i'^ belovv ,-it Golden,' -10   he-  low nl Donald, ami 20 al liuvekicikc.  Jack Qands is always prop.ircd to do  '   , toaniino; mul hauling   of   .-ill   kinds   at  .shortest notice. ,' See him   about   your  "' winter- wood. i ���������*"   o  i 0        "  Xin.'is and New Years, e-oods, suit-  ahlc for presonts, niiiy hi; seen al the  Lihr.-uy Stoic opposite tho station. A  new stock of stationery, sclu ol liixiks  an'cl fancy gnods just arrivt'd. Conic  early and avoid the crush. "*-"  'John   Foley, editor   of   I lie ' Or.-mge-  ville tiion   and   nephew   of.j.J. Foley  of . llio   Lakeview   hotel, 'Arrowhead,  arrived 'in   town   Tuesday.      In common with his fellow   sciibcs   from   ihj"  east ?>lr. Foley is anxious to pin.sunnily  view the   development   of   li.Cs great  industry,   and, will    devote   the 'next  couple of months- to that pinpo.se.  '    Tiu^ Church of Ungl-ind   advertises  ils sale of work', and  eiitertaiiiiiK'nt-   in  this issue. The sale of work will begin  nt 2:')0 in tlu'-aflcrnoou and continue  .-ill evening. The eutei t..-iinni"iii consists of a coiix-erl aud farce bolh of  ' which promise'lo be veiy good. You  .should not fail to be piesent.  The County Coml district to be  covered b} J. J. Foirin, tiie newly, appointed judge, includes all of East and  A Vest Kootenay and he vvill   have   tin  j . /  powers of a local judge of the Kuiiieine I  ' ' JT3XT"iy3     T*   T"'   f\ "5*7* T "Pi' ��������� -^""3       "TTS   A  fr   f~^'T~Z  Court.   A County Court regisyar is t,-j , -3-ii.ail    JU^aJ^.UllH%^      1 iiiljUl>).  Le appointed' for the new district  wil li i "*T_���������7   {?!,'.,,���������]_     T.-^.i     i .,   '   T��������� ������  n  depuiv-r^istrat    at    island.  , At | MJ J) tf   010611   dUSl   AfPiVCfl,  '   the next sitting of the   County   C-.un i . ' _,   ������������������   ,^  ;il this place, which is again postponed j ' ,     . j'-pM    5'3'^V   '"^"l     A ir*y'"'    P^f*}" ������  for a further period of  one   nmuth.   it j < ' sJCiii   SJU.1 ij    U.::U    iLI'jili    iiUOil.  is   expected   thai   Judge   Fun-in * will ' ="-"-'���������"-s--  presido. , .   -������ '  O  Agents for Manufacturers' Life; Union Fire Innurance Company, Provincial  Building -and Loan Association.  J.   W.  CAMPION, Swre.lary-Trcaxu-.or.  J -  A.   A1A C KAI i I iAN K, Mo. any*,:  HZRCiZN" "WOEKS CO: XJUJD.  r-"������ii"������������  9  /'\  <r _i_  ,    NOTARY   PUHLIC   -   - ,R"EVE LSTOK E,   B.C.  Mining and Ileal Estate Broker asid General Com-  FiRE, '"_!"*������ AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE.,  Representative of the Kootcnay'Snieiting' &'Tradir.g' Syndicate.  A,(;i-:S'T KOIJ TKOl'T LAKK ClTY   KVAXfTOlVT. ly\,-'T.<> A* "NAKTSP  i.' f..Ai.r.   Jis/iLiniivLu I  qav.'?'8!" \   ^Af^i-'W'  ���������J,*-; .'a S;'.-'-A.    liiKlJi.E.'-.ti '.  pApSi^'^Jjnf'-^'Q  (Si.'f^Ciiiiii.'ji.tsuLi'iLu ���������  Gcricral' founders,  engineers, . boilcr-  iTial-icr-s and ni'tnuf'ic-  .turers of .'ill chtsscs"  of miichincrv.  p  .JiiiC-i's.''--'iC!',i*������������ ������ ,��������� ��������� .-������--I.Vl'.Wiy''l-l������   'J ���������'���������������������, -������-.-'.    "  0c?ii8? of Alsxandc-p SL end WestiaiBslop l?b." Yanoonvep,-B.Ci ..V  '- - ", '    ' . Cable addrrs.s " Cove'  O. Drawer 754.  \Ti 7 ������ $  ^~-z^r&zzjL&sG2za&&'iU***zr+. ������Xjs*������.&m  i ������  ilit'Otti'iiAii Bill uOliI iviiN^li iiUiYtfANV, LliltED,  facorporaied under tiie Laws of the Provhice of British Colnrnbfa.  ������".   W.'lV/iDJ'KIND, President,  J.   IV.  HASK/NS,  Vice-President and Manao-er,  F. C.  WHITNEY, Secretary-Treasurer, J-J. C. BFLLfNGFR, Director  ���������Plan of Orsanisation-  ?A.  f.f/%     rf^..   >-i~S,  ! N^qt e^.rr^\r^fi IAS4  !������J|^Ov    Ui  ItVvU    I-c?5 ^r>^.   . "c=4.-i������j������^-������a*N   .  rN '-i A O     ' J      A ?\ !\ A '"v 1  Japanese (Soed*^.   Useful and'Ornamental.  OandAaS.  A large selection of the best.  Wi'dneMl.-iy, they'll li day nl' Xnv ciiilu-r. , ^1: -^n,~.. 1 ^ 4-~~-> ~.   J 4 -fU-,^ -^...^  A.D.   ISM,   at   10 oVlock   in  th-   fuiv- J Uii ^ tli.-;--- L/J.i.i-^f  JLi;. Di. &li.L.j/  Is now runrinp*.  OP?D-iT������"T[IESTAr!Of-i  J.y\     a yittinvf; (if Lhi'Cuniity ('i)iirl will  '     lie  holdi'i)   ai.    Uevc'Isiiifcc-,'    H.C,   on  To buy, develop, equip and operate The  Orphan Hoy Mineral Claim":is'situated"  about five miles from Gold Stream up- McCnlloch   Creek on the West b'ork, or com,-  n-ionly known as Barrett. Creek, and   about   65   miles 'north from Revelstoke,' B.C., in  the country   known'as .the   Big  Bend  of the  Columbia River ; with power to do'all  thing's usually within the scope of mining- companies. ' ���������  Capital Stock seven hundred thousand (700,000) shares,   par  value of one dollar  ($1) each, fully paid and non-assessable. ' ' ,  Treasury Stock,   two  hundred thousand '(200,000)  shares, to  be sold to pay for  rli-.i,,.!  development purposes.only,  JXKIIl. l . j  '.70S. D. OllAMA.M.  Registrar ('oiinly Coiirt.  , "R.'v-i'istokc, Nov-, -ith, i.s'V).  ' I JH^ i LRSA^V STOHF  , I'll* lf.m4rJt\*\iJ    ] l������*   *   ������������������������  ��������� # ^  , Tin-sittincr  of  1 hi'  idniv-i- court  h;is J  ln'i'ii .-n"ij()iiriii'd fin 0111' tiioiith. !  .1. U. (J UAH A.M. U-visiLir.     j,  JJi'Vi-Nteikc. Nov. 2."jtli, lhlld.      '       .'������������������Mi'  NOTICE  1  QTpD AIR   pr   DP ������������������  o XT*'  rrllK ("iilmnliiik ;ii!*l ICuuifiiav   Ttu'ln .*.- .id.! ,  1      Nuvl Mliiiu   < 'iiiiiji.tii'-    i'ill   :i'.|.:i   in  .'ii.  I'.irli.'iineiil ori'<i..u!.i .ii ii- in". 1 -. - mi! fur i'i  ,\i-i .uiil..)n'.i;iK rhi- I'uiiijivi} in I'nii.ii ui : i!h   |  i-iii'.i.i'- iii.-ii!iiin* -I  in  -. i-ii-i'i-.' ui' iin-  .Vi'  .ni }  Vl'.-lni-i.l, I 'li.i'i!, .- !,*>. 11 l'u" y .1 i.iil'v.i*. '.' I   ,1 '"i .    /~' ^  mil .:,.i,s.,iii,., :!��������� ..M.iii.u.ii u. -.-is',,1.1 ������������������, ���������!���������- ;   *"- '���������������--���������������i-J.^^.^- j    ��������� <E^-i.>.l.^_..   ..^ *// *-/C/W,-, j.i.ii^C5  null !i, t04-.-ll1.-1- w It.'i -1.. li In,-.ii- '1 11,- li. Im'.  <<l lli.il r.i.l������.i> ii-nf 1: 1 .'im. ii 1 w .1-1.1,1} i'i-.,ii  1 Inn- In mn.- In- iniMiiTi -* il lo i.'n- i I.n .'i nui ,!i  <'n 1111 1', ii'il I---:. " "Hi..,' in 1111} '.in 1 .-is" iin 1  l.;ii���������-t!i uf tlilrij null-, i-iiiiiin* ii ii".' in. -inn-  mi *.i-11. fun- Iin- Hr-.t I iii \. l'i m. ,11111 1 urn 1 i\i 111>/  ii vMiliin tiv \< .:'- fri.m 1   ..1 il ii/,  '    .J. I)  TOW M.I.Y. -...-I   ...i-y.  "V',iiilf)i!vi.-r. !).('.. 'Jilt. >.'i-   iiiIh-.-, I-���������.'.', t_* Km  NOTICE j  ���������\'0'nfi: i.s 7JKi''K;iY e;f\*K'.* i.'i.u, niinij-j  ^V   d.i; s .ifii r ci.iu- I v. j J j iijjjiIj   In ilii'l/.ii. I  Ciiuf ('.jiiiniissiuin r nf   /..ui*!-, .mil Vi'm! s I'm ,i  .i;i(.(-i.il licrn-*-tu out   lliuiicr un   llir  fullou im?  u'e si-riricd  Iiiml -i; ii.-.ti-ii un   .Mii-'imlii i'ii-ii;ii.|  Vll-sl   si.ll- llf    I-IKT    Ill't'.VIMI    I'fl|l. .**' .'Mill     1,1) .'VI  A.Hi.s l.il'i', ICh j 1 cim.' ln-iriii;  CiiIiiiii.-ii'im* nl.-1 |in-*l   iii.'irlci il   Wilfi-i.l   II-,  I..ils  njiilli-v.Cht  ','iini'i- n'luiil   ,iv   null *   fi-.iih ,  wiicn- \|o .*|ii:lu fi-i 1 k  "i.ij.llis   iiii'*  ll..  ii'.m.i   A  niniiiiil,'c:i-.l In i-Jniiii-. norili fin i.liniiw. *vi si I       \\  cli.iiii.i. norili  I'M  oli.'.In-, vi-i si  .-'I  1,,iin*  -niilii  7<' o.'.-uils, 1 ,'ist 10 .il'iiin... miiiI'i   to hiil'iil pm-i   ,'1  (jli.inis, r oiii.j.infiii; lOW !ii-rc������ iikh-i nr lc-  *-\'[U''l'hI> liCIid.'.-s.  N'.'ilnisp, del. 21): fi, 1S!15. '.'-,-11  W  c  dJ������!IBJ  iaibtc.% Miners' Loot?, Etc,'  Wonderful -value for cash.  This Cor.-ip.-.ny will do  a thorough, strictly 'legitimate mining   business, and will  push development of the Orphan Hoy with all possible dispatch.   ' .,  The Orphan Boy being a Free  Milling and Cyanide property it  tloes away with  ���������all expense of shipping ore to be treated or smelted   outside.     The  surface showings     '  now present, being of such' a high   grade,   guarantee excellent - results  and steadiTy  increasing stock values as development progresses.  Three   assays  from   surface returns were respectively $6.50, $10.00 and $-40.00.  A niili tfst recently made shows $39.20. ,   .  _/\ limited number of Treasury Shares will be disposed  of at   15 cents  per  share  fo,r first cash requirements, subject to advance without notice.  SUiSSCUiPTIil'IS FOS ST83K WILL BE RECEIVED BY  F.' C. WHITH'EY  &r   J. W. HASKINS,  .���������R3E3'7BLSTOKE, E.G.  r^'l'nf-pcriiis ami liln'^neer's Report sent on application  to. Secretary-Treasurer or Manager  if %        M    r''     M r*5^  \   HJ- VV  rps^t^t  tmw *"m  NOTICE  l fl ��������� 7     --���������-.-   --. -,-s ; -i       -;   - 3   ;     l     ��������� -,      ���������-.        r .   "-   !",   '' ~    0   ' ' ', -   i ������������������  J'act opened up a larg"������ assortmeiat of  U' ������ 1U  UA'To ��������� pado   A^in  -r"2 ino  '-- i *  t     ?      ���������!  A/i.'U.i^c^CGUr'Oio  or  "M *;���������  -\'OTK'K I.S   IH'"IJJ-;."-y   OIVI'-V  I'i.'.I   | Fii.-i.j-  j ''(      (l.i>> .-tfti-r ':.(.'*���������    I    '.vill   .li-pl.    l'i Ilie; il'iii  i'l. i .'* ..n-iiiiss .jner nf l/'ii'!i .l11r)   W-irl.si   f'.i-.i  .-;. i i,i I 1 -, n-.i- 1"   * '.I   I .in1 ��������� i* i ii   Pn- l iii I. ��������� v.ii!.'  ii.     .. ii'I 1..I,*'. s.ln .'e .I i.n mjiiLIi   slili  i,C(i.iiii  ]::i v. 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