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Array / ���������    ,  -VO      /  Vol. 5.-������ No. 20.  REVELSTOKE.  WEST KOOTENAY.   B.C., SKPTE3i!3ER :\, \m.  $2.00 a Year.  //  >1  commensurate vviili ,-ippi oprintion.s ai e ]  nut   teemed  they  .slum!'.)   a-k  .-iiid ,be [  told   why.E Why   will   the  Hig   Hend 1 Ml\  wagon >-iijid not ri'.-ri-li it:- let iiiinn-?        i  Not Over It Yet.  THE BIG  BEND. ROAD    /  IT IS NOW POSSIBLE FOR A WAGON  TO REACH TH_E CANYON  At this end only���������Work is in progress  on the first half'mile of Canyon  and that will, likely finish the  appropriation. ; ,  A walk over the IfJig I3end wagon  road on Wi'dni'.-d.-iy convinced a .Mail  r- ���������pre.-cntalive .-md otheis, liy vvli.it  was  there  seen anil heard, of  the cor-    transaction, ���������ind   we then-foi i- mi^'i.,s|  THE IIcIXfNES LETTERS.  THE WAVERLEY COMPANY.  'Turner Should  Deal  With Them i The Officers Return From a Coast Visit  and Their Contents. ''       (rThe Superintendent Speaks.  Colonel   An-ly,    chairman    of   tli.*  \V.ivcrlcy      Mine,    Limiti'il,    lelurnid  Jn f In* interest of good government it j amount of palionto u'ot   unmixed with j yestenl.iy   morning   .-ii-i.-iiiiii'.inii'il   by  is de.siiahle  that   th.'ie, slinnld   lie t he,, ndmu .itimi   for  liin:.    We  r'u-ho-   intii \ M>.. J. I). Gr.ili.-rrn, provincial manager  Uoally, Mi-. Tm-iiei', ox-premiei, must  j expect the public   t o have nil   iminolls'C  ..fullest possible investigation into tlie  facts connei-leil with (lit* di-ii'n.-i<iil of  the Turner ininisliy. At pi'.'sent thole  suv grave, contradictions on questions  offacLiinil serious ehaigt's have been  made on both .side.-. 'A royal eomini���������  sion will afford tin* only mean*, of iu>  li vini;, at.   tlie   vv link*   histotv  of   tli'*  redness of its view that, the mail  would fail of n oinplet ion' and thai ils  public utility, a.- far.-is tbe main object  ���������tbe connect inn of Revelstoke with  navigable waters above the canyon���������  was coiK'i'i nerl,', was entiiely lost.  J'roceerlins to the einl of the  i-o.ul a-- fai: as it'was possible for ;t  wagon, tin* canyon is ju-t leached.  I3eyond that, the wink li.it, pierced the  ciiiyini for half a mill* "only and of  ��������� that half mile a vei'y considerable por-  t it'll is pack tiail. Tin* .w'urk being  d.uie vv i-i-s the w ideiiiug of the p.illr to  compli'te the lfalf mile into wagon  ro.id and itliaL the superintendent  thought vvoiihl probably exhaust t lie  app-opi-ial ion.        " ,  ff  A.-keti if l.i- would s,,-iy that the most  fiiiincult |oi'lioii of the toad, tlinuigb  the canyon bad been paused, thesuper-  intendi'iil said':  "Kc! It vvill -co.-L inoi-e to finish  there than what is already done in tlie  canyon,"  Here is a pretty pass! Tlie * canyon  mil, unite half 'driven through and the'  appi opi ialiini > "almost" exhausted.  What do the public think of it?  Wit lion.' going into tin'' mailer,'of"  (���������uaiily of woik done just now, but  1,iking up the matter generally of  distance, tin* icsult seems .siiniigo in  the extreme. The distance from Rev'-,  ebioke to the pinpu-id lei minus at  Steamboat 'Landing is roughly, isay,  live mill's, and of this di-lance a iciad!  already existed for about one mile past r  tbe conn-tory (vv liicli for convenience |  in.-iylie called zero mark) which is, say,  half a ,,uiilo fiom Jfevelsloke. Work t  pioper   wotild   coliiineiice, al    lheone  thai representations '.should heat miCe  made to Otlnv\a on ' the' siibjei I, anil   a  L'oiniiiission   be demanded.    The object  ... c  in having .-uch a cnuitnis.-inti would Into reach an accurate history of the  case, foi- an important principle, is at  stake.��������� Colonisl.  THE   CONSERVATIVE   CONVENTION.  A   Successful   Meeting1   of  Provincial,  Tories in Vancouver..  o   '* ,  The Conservative conv enl ion met in  ynucouver'Tbui sd.iy and il.s pioceod-  ings ' closed I'Yiday evening with a  public .mass meeting. Hon. Li'*ul.-<  Col,'Prior, Sir (J. II. Tapper and Hon.  T. M. Daly, three ox-iuiiii-lor.-, weie  piesent,    Hon. Mr.   Piior   was elected  print about his di-ini-"sal and when ie  p'i.-d to effeclively by .Messrs. 1\ H. li.  and W. W. 13. Mclniies, he tolls-tho  Colonist: " --I do not wi.sli to say anything, for the style of lilt* loiter-, lire  such that they nn* beneath my not ice."  Never mind  the 'vlyle"' of  the letter-.  forth.' company, ami XV. 1!. II  stipe] inleniieut of tlie Wavorley ai (i  Tangier mine-, iioiua vi^iL to t!u- coin-  piny'a proper lies on S'.ioiil Uny, Tiitu-  lo\v I-l.ind. Thc'v examined | hem  ein.-,olv and it depends  on   Mr.- ilaxcl'.s  re,nn i what fnl lire  development woik  .Mr, Tut net; smother your liteiai y con-,   jn ,|oiii>.   '  lempt and explain wherein they are in* j ������ hi|ervic\vo<1 at.' Vancouver, ,".Vr.  loni'i'l; explanations wire asked I'i r, I Ma/.cfsi|id that <jii the W.iveiley aid  and have b-.-en given, and it, Ncertainly l-Tingier I bey have How u-ailv li) u.en  alter lhe b'tleis mentioned, Mr*. Turn-j ������������������ vv oi k and nr- put I ing in a conci n-  er's next move. ,��������� tt.itur.il t lie   Wavetlcy. '  0,-e   i���������   ,,, 'y  Again, furl her on in his Colonist interview, be say.-: , "J feel th..t tbe litters are a pal t of a  conspiracy   to  do    siftd:    Iti  me great peivun.il injury.'' ,This "-ym-  liathy''play is \ ery nauseating and is  u-ed much ti'io often by l\h\ Turner,  1 f recollet tion serv ���������������> he also said sonie-  Ibing vervlik.) liiis when challenged  oii , the dii I'clorship of 'companies  ipiesUiui. There is* no question of  personal injyiy aboiii this dis'eu^sion  as f,ir as I lie public generally ai e concerned. Tln*>, novv t hat l,be alVriir has  been staited, only want the facts. Mr.  Turner in I he correspondence ovel his  dismissal is ��������� cg.nilcd  as>lia,\ing   made  Ixjinji, liliickeil. in boili iiiiue- for sh'p-  pingf Al mil .Shoal Hay claims he-  easy'enough io get big.as-  say-,���������t!iei e, but the pi opertics mu-t���������l e  piMVeii wbether'or not they will bold  out. What, we vwinl in British (Columbia aie lots of low glade propositions, eve.i llioselliat have to he inn  on lhe economy plan to nay, and fir  that reason eveiy prospect or up 'lhe  coast, is interested in tile result ou lhe  Dorothy .Morel on, whei e I think ihey  vvill make a'fair piohl, wiiii their cyanide plant.  sustaining both human beings and  slock in Lolii.'oi t. (J,one is pieii t irtil  and the, watcr*> abound in lisli. TIip  wintsr.i are cold and dry, nut I lie cold  is not the seven: cold "ibar, prevails  neaivr lliu a relic cili'le, and the same  PMt.ioidiu.ily pi Ocautions need not be  taken in icirard In uutfiis. The  ciaiuiH all pay from I he grass louts and  bed lock is oniy a fun feci belovv tlie'  suifacfi,"so that a]in������*>tl;c*r the con-  till ions ate llillcll liiiii'i.'in f.tv'ui- ( f lhe,  prospector than art* I lie condit it n -. 'in  the Ytuon.  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  Mrs. Iii.ii d is reportul ill.  lie-.!, tyiud i in town at Loveiii'g's "'  * ' T. .M.ilo'iey is rut in " the., hill-  again.   ���������    . '  J. A. F.tlh's li.is lRtiiinci] fiom -his  caste.-ii \ isit.  Fresh fisli day au(i"niglit at L.vir.  iny's. ���������,      '���������'  t  ]\. W. fNoitliey returiifil .Monday  to Jioss'land. , ;'  ,THE BYE-ELECTIONS  WILL  COME  OFF NOW l:< A V'EI Y  FEW DA VS.   *  M'nistc-s will npptal io ihtJr cor-  stit.ia:rs fcr rc-clociio.i ��������� It is  tho'jght probable ihey may all  be returned by acelamation.  The Lardeau-Duncan.  \  Ivaslo leport sla'tes that,   Mr. f. ll.  ch.iirinan, "and  a   coiniuittee ..ui   ere- \ msinualionsXv tin h    tune 'been   ques-  deutials having iieen made a disi'iisM-?m j lioiicd    by   .olhers    and    theie   is   no  which lasted soine   time  anise on   I lie ! gi'iniuds for bis lehisal   lo continue the j ttl.,.V) ^ngiu,,',., (,f the Ki'i.sln aiid Slocan  advisahilily of the   press   being  .v,,,.^. j ciinl I oversy   tiitis   opened.    The   -per-    ,.,, ji way, 'l)as  |,.|t   there with  a   large  simted.   Sir llihbert Tupper and, oilier ��������� s"n'' injury"'claim   i3  too  cliiidish an,   ,,���������,., v, ���������f  ������������������.���������   ,-,���������.   i h0 Ouiit-.-ui.   -It" is  "proniinent politician's pointed mil, that  on Friday evening the entire programme would be made, public, but  thought il ailvNahlc'that till that hour  lhe proceedings of, 'the convention  sliouh'i lie conducted with closed,, door.-.  This, opinion suited tlie majority anil  the press reprcscnt.alive.s were a-ked  to retire.  An Emphatic Challenge  excuse for an intelligent public.  The Circus.  undei.stood   tliey'go on   behalf lif  Ihe  K'ooleiiay    Railway   and ' Navigation  company, tli"ene,\v conipany which has  r,, bouglil over  111" Iv. iS: S. and the I. T.  en cut-has come and gone .-.ncl ' ,(,m|,;uiit.s Lo ]n(.HU..a liilL. 'fiom the  nvIio sor.ovv , fil|lb ()|. n.lllSlM. ,ilkl. ���������, ,i1(f. i: U11.  that, il.ey iMonkeyed with the >^h1 !'D,,,,,,,!, ,.iv(., llp ;l, f(1,. ,,.s Hall civek.  wagon or triHe,    will,   the M.nple l,,i,k-    T,)ih 1(M()i inl,.I1(Ul(1 ,��������� :Ml  as  .,   ,VetUl,  i niL' ���������fitinr1. ,    A   -uger cii-c e, vvu e"c.jii- ,, ,  I   r������ ".    . ,       ,        ', -        ,  ' to   the   new   coinpanv.s   system,  i irrntul.iting  tlieinselvcs   that   a person  cannot tool .them all  the   lime,, are ir.  Tin?  left behind   iJiem  open up an iniiuense district.  -vvill  Il is (he  An   l.mninl \n rho    onn-o '  c.uiiiuu nun   iiii.-in  ,io    ui:    lie,,   ai w                             i    ���������           '      ���������          i                        .,           .,  All limpiiatlC Lliaiienge. j   .      .,-','      ,         ,         , .   , .        *s       I geneial   impression, however,  lliai,  lis  1                 ' I ritaiim; llieinsel v es   by*  t linking   that;     .,        .         .,, ,           ,   ,     ,,     .,   IS   ,,'  ,,.,,.*.*                   , , ,             ���������  -      .i           '          r                       i    ���������       entei'piise will be met   bv the C . P. K.,  Ma |or \\ al-lin statement  about, ad- ; once is all some people expect to do it.    * .,     ,     ...               ,.    "    \. .      .,  ..  people ex pi  niinistration of the Yukon should dis- \ That man, who again   taxes'   the   ci*p(l-  po.-c of the allegations made against   it ' uiit\*   of    llevelstokeis   with   brilliant  unless.its iletr.-ictors are piepared'to go ' posters    'and    supeilative   adjectives, !  i further into, details and' make specific \ with another he  fh  in".il on Cliscinli  a lupus,   a   gi.uit ��������� (*le-  vviio win not- allow tliis field go  | away fiom t hem untried, Their Mir-  ! veyors ai'i* now in   the  field cunning a'  line lo connect I^notenay Lake wilh.  i their niiiiii   system and   it   is  expected  C. \V.-.S,trel has icv^n  ship of the .Standard.  .Spokane pi'ople can  stoke  v\iih  'We   have  i.i tl  tempt  ��������� edit oi ���������  li'vel-  one,  {old    ined,ils   any ��������� inm o.  soiuevvlici e,    already.  ' * ��������� i     "  For choice ehocolales and candies  go to U. F. Curtis, 'J he. iJruggiu,  Taylor block'.- ' ' o  ' Misses Norlhey and ValentiiK! and  Messi s. Campbell and Dier toi.k a  run to Halcyon Spiiuys one day this  week. ���������      n  The old smelter building has collapsed at, last; so another link with  thepisl, auuther old landmark, disappears.  Mr. tins hunrl left Sunday to visit  Ground Hol; Uasin. lie expected lo  catch up with Messrs Krb.sloli aid  Jiiiiithoi-ue. ���������  .  'J'hi* iulii2-ui.il a:ii!.-ia>!i-.-i.-i(^i,i i- in.-(!f.  from Vi(,loii,i and vvill be vet ified by  the .;.,/., it,., tb.u u'i.i, |,H (j,,. jjv.T.  ele.'lioiis ,>|" tli.. B.itjsi) C, luu.I.ia inin-  i-t,ry will be i ��������� u,,,| ;,|, ,,���������,,., 'j-jj,. ,,x.  lit iii.iiion ..f tin- di I.iy in i-,-,iinu' the  vv,-it- i- .'aid ii, |���������. ||.,. ,H-i-iiiiiii!;uiiiii of  r,inline vvo:k left for ihe ,,i vv, minis,  ler.. and tile de-iraliiiit y <,f -Ir.iigliK n"  ing evi-iylbiiig out hi-fi re (h.-y leave  tlleir place- to appeal to their coiislfl  uenis. 'j'ln- iioiiiiii.uious vvill piohnlly  be lielit o;i Srpt ember 17t!i, .iml Un i-'e  is litlli'.iloubLof the i',.tiii-.| "of all the  ni'ni-lei-. Then-'i> no .light left m  the Tin-.:.-! iles and letnm by acclau:-  atio-i i.-, not unlikely fi r all (be new  uiiiii^lei-s   who   r-epresi'iit   ^no:ig gov-"*  el'llllieill   MMh.  , A Forester Funeral.    '  tieor^e IJii-tul. an e-lcuie.l re-iileilt  of Fcigii-on, died of typhoid fever at  I lie hospital Wednesday evening. He '  bad been' there a week, 1ml w.i-iH'ftir  some time befon* hi-ar-.iival. His-wife'  and children who had been him,limited  tobis side, arrive.! tol.-.ie lo.sec him  again alive, lie w,i,- buried Thursday.  The hie! hern of Com r .Vlt. Beghie. I. -  0. ]���������'., allended tin* lunetal 'in legalin,  lhe decea-ed being a ineuiber-of' this  oilier at Tioiil Lake. K������v. .Mr. Thonip-  spn conducted tin; I'lineial s..m vices and  the Foi e-t er.-' luiijal sei-vice was also  read at'thr. graveside. TvlVs. Gristol  and children will'i-eiui n in ,-i  few dav* .-  Word vvas receivei! in Ka'nihmp- | l" F.-ign-on. but later will 'gn c.-isi io  Wednesday night (iiiiioiineing the! In r folks t here. C'oii-iih-i-.ihle.svuip.ithy  safely of 5,11. fMant, and crew of the ! i* ���������'���������'It for .Mrs. Bristol in hcrgreat loss  Slickine Chief. >  >     ., ,   ,i    ,   - -i'    i- i complaints.    The majoi' sa vs:    "I dare > pliant of exti ,ioi dinor\   apiietil'e   or a,,. ,., ,    ,     ..,,,. ,  null: post, that   is one uiile   li'om   zero, ' ���������       ,      > ' ��������� ,r    ���������   i       e  . i .    t,.-.     ���������       'that  more   than    suivey.s   will    lollovv  , I   |P1. . , Xmv man to make lies.* charge.-or ,-in v , kangai ou disciple, ot  tin:   ait   I* it/.him   ���������  , or one and one-hair lioin lown. leaving '      * .. > n     v ��������� ������������������".   '.        -^ '  I\Ji. and Mrs. !'\ Saunders rctiirue,  last iSatui day from, ilcCulk.ch cr-eek  'M,i's. Saunders vvill reside in llevel  stoke fur the winter.   ,  What He Has Heard.  ir one and one-half 11 out lown. leaving j      *. " ���������   :��������� -o   i      ���������   ���������   . t-    -,i sivii>.  ;    ,   ,,-    .,       ,    ,T    ,        -I of Ihem  pub  c y  or  to  an   oil einl  in , i""-**.- will' be   in   danger ot either   a ,  ���������'������ _     ���������  lew work   lo lie done ,lo I he lei iliuius, j ,,    ;    ' . ���������     -, . '   .. i ��������� c  r ,   ' '        r ,i      '  -    i          i   if(   autboritv    n    Canada.   And    fa, n���������.,.    w*rv vvnnii wolcmnu  or   a seven* frost.   , .Tho rnn^'i Tiuot rnmnomi  *ver nod stance of  I fee  and  one-halt11   , r          ���������                                wi,,,,, ���������.,  , i,           a  ii" e        'i    ��������� I lie 1" 1311Cil LlVek. LOlipa IV.  ...-].<> win, WilifiiiR.rinii     Ti,..i'ii ������... ���������    tl,[' ''f||l������1'^ ' ������������������wiyecl  iand published ar- ' .NN lie" p.J'������ph: pay ,a  dollar   for   ndiuis * .���������_            ',     J  "!..     ,.^'T. .   ',       .,     '    .,   ,      ruUng theoriiciabs  of .lie Yukon di.--   sion and a half for a seat, beside,   the, ,As   far as  can   b, astei tained,   an  enough to reach the objective point, to  I'lTect the purpose of ils building, ha������  not been denied; indeed, it lias been  'gencialiy accepted as sulTicient, but  allowing     tbe    canyon      roc  tiictof corruptiun are false. There is | "''extias", ihey expect soinetliiug e.'se : horn nil the nieouiils so far leiened,  not a word of trut'i in Ihem." Thai is j lll'ui flisappoiiitiiieiit.^ They would, tl,,. p,,;spects of, lhe Fiench Click  e.npliatic   lang.ia,'e.    The    next    ;'���������,.,,' nt.t iibjecl l<>   psiyini-   s-unetliin-  for a    ( ompaiiy making  a g( i d  clean-up an  1    ... . ' I. , ..    ,1 a I...'      ..I      '.       ..-��������������������������� or- t  ' -   ,.   i should lie foi 'some one to take  up the , 'u,'l|,t.v 'lill't  i   :,  ,..'. '   ! major's   challenge  or   the   conclusion ��������� ���������l1'"'''    Jl' ",ul  autrb   al   lhe   clown's   antics, | (.xci-Hnji,   indeed.    .Mo-i   glowing   i e-  d   l.iug syne,'" -but to have 1 poitsotwbat may be clcined   up have  if   the   cuinpany  niigiii ue woi'se tiian  cxiiectcd, it   was              ,            ,    ,   ,         .                 , in     ii.-ln-..      m-cn     i-i,,(,.-K-     r\,^\���������,,in\                  ���������                  '������������������     ,  ,.',,,,,       ,        '       ,      ,..,   , I must he reached t nil,  the gen-ra   a b- ,   "     llllJu���������,-      tun     P'"'".>      designed i���������.L.���������  *j. yen, vet   il   the   companv   do  considered      llOlli!.     too     much.     What             .                     J     ,            ,             ."' .       inn-e nl-iv i< leiii f-il    inrleeil    -mr)     .lis ,'i     ,,                  ,.                               s    ,                X  .      . , , .   i.      ,  i  ,      ,,  '               ,            i galuuis  made have been    nr'orrect'aiu   f ",st 1J1,1-  lh l''lll,rjl   lnclL<-'*   '"lf( ' ������������������"-, hall  as we 1  as  expected   bv sume'en-  steps" to take i.utler such circuuisla ices n   .       .���������   , lies     ein-iv    il bisions   of -e/,i,Ki'.l..,- , bin ,,       .      .              -                         ,    ."  .'    '   ,,,   ., ���������  ,.        ,     ,     ,     i un ust    ed. P1^   "'*IV.X     1"'������"1''   (,t   fonsKletaiilc t]iu;,,,.isl, L.  snecinlors  o     tier   opeia-  lo   put   the   appropriation   lo-bestlld-          ���������', ! e-teeni When    nevt    the Mm   i,iin.. .           ,^.   ��������� -       ,,    ���������                               ,        ..  ',..,.,,                 '          -~-           , itsicun.       \mk.i   next,   iiil .mail goes llnni ]��������� ^fill's   ul ui"* as a   bydraid e  vnntage  may   be   imagined    bv those                     r    ..   ,     ..       0   .. , i.. ., ..;,������.,,, ,*r .v;i| ,,,,(  i)P T,u���������,���������n li.-.w ,.  , , ���������              .,,,?..,    i,    .i,       i             i         ���������il                   Is It Another Suit. ,to atucub it win not uc um.������n bios.,       ,.,   Ls  inad".   T he 'cmnpauv hnve e\-  whoappieciale the value  such a   road j , Z'Pl"  ~         . j :is it appeared at Revelstoke.      It also  would be. Instead, bowevet, of finish- j The Coloni.-I repoi t.s that it is under- I hopes thai when another circus eunie.'j  ing the work the public, whose money I S|,,lt1d Mr. I). M. Eberts, ex-a(torney- ' to town it wont choose lo pitch it's tent  nnd whose taxes pay   for ,it, may si'c a'   general,   ha.-   directed   tlm  issue of^a , on the last day of the month; it makes  wagon innd (forgive us for calling it  such) to the foot, (tliis near end) of the  canyon, a, distance of about two  miles.: and a half u pack trail,  half     \\iiiion>.   road     'for      a     dis.  wiit, for libel against the Viitorin Evening Times in consequencefof the  statement of lhe paper in ipu'.slion  , that he had wrongly advised the lieu*  |,teiianl*giiyei'noi'. .Mr. Eberts asked  lance, of Jialf a mile fin (her: I yesterday said he had seen the report  nnd with the appropriation , almost' Imt. no writ, had been issued yet.  exhausted,     not,     half     Ihe  it riwfnl hard  for   the  the following dav,  first,  which  is  i  canyon  pierced, the worst places untouched  and the terminus unreached. Instead  of the three and one-half miles which  prnciienlly was all that had lo be done  (lhe new cut to tin* court house bring  iiiiiiet-et-aiy and trilling in cost,1*- franc  i$V2")) the public have a road lo the foot,  of I,be canyon and, if the appropriation holds oul, for half a mile beyond, |  a distance   of, .say, two   and  one-liall j  nine-.    What a niagnillceiit result  for I nMnrned home from' their e isiern visit  V, ''00! ' ! Wednesday. v  'If this poor ie."*ult. ju-tilies lhe , A new nrgani/.al ion lo be 1'iioun as  e.M|iendituri! the .Mail leaves soiiie- j the " Rnelielor's Club " was fririued last  o.ie el-e to .ay. Ai far as il is con- ] evening The object of (In- club is to  ic.-'ned   il   hiii-no hesitation   in   saving    secure a loom which   will   be   open   to  Mrs. Oraii" and  Miss   Valentine,   of'  Thomson's  Landing,0 are    visiting   in  town.  Unwind  Thomson's  Landing on Tuesday.  Several Albeit' Cnuuui residents  allended (he circus bete on Weflnes-  ilny.  y\ rs. Ceo.  'J'.   No'wmau  perilled about, $70,000 in installing  their plant bi'foie ils operation and  such laith de-Trves reward., When  iast, lieanr fioni water bad been turned  on with '3.000' inches lor 1,1,1 ,:() hums  aud an enormous body of ground bad  ,| been washed, with "xcclli'iil lesults.  p _ week, | Fui-llier,piiiticul,u-s  are eayei ly looked  t!o   to    Loveriug    for    trout    next j'for.  i w ei k. '     '      "        *  Fred. Mcsley is cenfined to  hi^ -bed  with iufl.iimii.itorv rheiiiiiniisni.  Jack JJvion was in town this  ���������'������������������'So.00  will   buy   a   'fiist-class,   new  sewing iniichiue at R. lluwsun it Co.'*1.  Alooie ' came     up    from !     The insurance  rating   in   Kamloops  reduced.       Why nut in Rev-  n,is been  elstol.-e?  an,  rautilv  J. C.   Alini;,    \).    XiiMi-iiinan    and  1-'. .Mi'l'.iv i-ib wen; visiiu.f, lo Il.ilev.ni [ Iroin    his'   di-hicl.  'lion.     'I  Shiulnv.  The Order Discliiirpccl. '  The celebi'ated he Roi ininiiiH caae  was 11 ied in Y.nncouver Wednesday  belore Ah', .iu-liee , Irving: Judge  Spink's older lor a receiver was set  aside. Mr-. 10. V. liodweli argued lhat  Judge Spink as a local judge had no  right lo make the order, unless tin;  regiilnrsiipi erne i.oai-l judge was a b-elil  ,Ma vim  Fmoii  [\ootkxay Mai;.: '    , " ''o  1 have beard it urged a.-an excus" foi-  the making of,tin* Rig Rend load outlet  The Kamloops'Standard is mav up-j Ul iIk,c'1,ui1 bou-e, that the old mad  pearing * as a .semi-weekly .and the | P!,ss<'d tin ongh the cemetry True! it  Senlin'el, pioniptlv calls il with a four-*! *I<K'-- ���������" if Hu-im-m road vv.i--iu.cess.-uy  lia������e, hdiiie set diilo. . j'lo avoid this, why has- a pi-i-on getting  '   .       .. I to I hecemelry by |,h,> new load, t'otnrn  111"1' U" ' lili'and back on, Ihe old   one   for some  ilu-'.    j   am   jil-ii^ given   to  understand   that   tin-  old   road   could   have  ht'eii   d v ������������������ t'd  so a- not   lo intrude on  Monchiy will be   Labia    'Jay. and   a i the graveyard    for   ,-,u   im on,-idei,-tble  holiday.     Arrangements   aie made for ( amount of money uiiuli Ic-s than what  ii (lav's enjoyment and  if Hum's   turn [ the new sand cut cost. ,  out ,-is expected ;i   ������ou'l   lime   will   bo !  had. , * j Ruvjji.-^tokk, Aii  Mr. 'A. ]T. Sliuii, of Revelstoke, \  and Miss M. Miuty, of Moosoiiiin, ���������  Assn., were united in marriage Thuts- .  day, September '1st, by Re,v. 1)A  ,Men/.ie,s,  Jjiiiee   quantity   of   fresh  kinds, direct from   Coldstieatn   ranch, '  ,   ,,  selling cheap.-���������Hulclii-iiin iV Co.    CJ.-ti  load of  new h.iv just ai rived. ,o  Piw-iPKcnm.  :-:oih.  At the.   loeii  'W. C T. U.   '  '  On   Tiiuisdav.of    this    \ve>*k n loc.il  branch   of    the    Wi man'.-    Christian  Temperance     Union     vva-' ot ganized'  conservntive,   meetiii" ; wbh fourteen iiiemher-.,  Mis. S.   J.  lo elect   delegates   to   lhe   Vancouver  convention the followjn������   were elected; j president, Miss Jeuiiit  Messis. .Johnsoi),  T. ,1. (Ir.ihame.  Je.ls, McO iricir and  Thonijisnii   wa-   elected  DiVaiT*.   i ecoi cling secrctaiy.   Mr-. (>. M. Clark, treas--  urer.    Oilier, ofTlcer- vv ii! be appointed  at suliM-queiil uieeling-.  11 rwa.s re-olved   to   put'   the   annual  fee at liflv te.-il-.     to'iillemen mav lie-  Mr. J. .M. Kellie,   meinbci'-elect   for  Revelstoke riding   of  W'esl Kootenay,  returned Thurtday IVoiu   Trout   Lake,  wbeie he vvasliii.kiiu; ovet  the iniut-ial '| <--oini-   honoiaiv   m-inbei.s   by'.-igiiing  claims of tint division. ������������������ t!ie pledge and   lhe   payment   of    lhe  ,,.,.,, i   t   i        i, t\ -v     I annual fee.     It   was   tesolved   lo   meet  Right Reverend John   U.ut,   I). iJ.,-1..    ,      ,,.      , .,      ,     > f   .  ,.,",,....,, . '      .     ;    loi'tnighllv at tn>* hiuue--  "f tin- hhmii-  bishop or  jNevv   \\ eslniiiisiei'    armed    . ra  . , < i      "el s,  Iroin the west   vesleid.iy iiiwi mug, and i  ���������---���������.       ���������  dining Ins stay  hen: will   be the  of  Mr. and M'is. J.  I). Molson.  'lirsl  The Counnil Mectini;.  I'!|i' honl d   ot    t! .el" i Olilii ll    l'i'-llll)l'd  l''oi latest stoics in sialioueiy, wasti;  j taper bnski-is and oliice -vupph'-s go lo  ['<. l'".'C'u:ti-, The Urtiggisl, Taylor  block,  ' , n  >aly   aigue.-l    lo    lhe    conl I'.n'y.    Mr. Whv  Juslice  living   siaii-d   that   i.|,..  onler '< sioiiT ' \\ hy not deal diiK-ilv with i lie il"   w''k!>'   "������������������'���������!"������-   '-'^   'i'ltm-dav  wasinaileiu   chamber s and, I herefore j pi inuipals'!    See   the   Kootenay   Tiad- Tlie ,u i-,,(bun ew ,.s -,��������� ,1   ..ml t be di-  was  irregular and   il   was discharged j ing A' Smelting l.'o.'s ag nts abuin lots J u ���������nui.  a-  il    ahvav-  inlei e-t uii,'.  willi un.ts.  thai il is a matter for investigation  and liiat without delnv. If the appro-  p tint ion was consideied Milllcictil, lo  tircnuiplish the M'oik, -ind (lie '.Mail  has novel beaitl it dispuled, lhere is  so,ne icason to be advanced for its not  doing so. It may be the work is extra  (,"o(i(l mid cost, uioiethnii intended, if  so, it, vvill .-peak for itself: or it may lie,  nieiu'oers at all times for the pin pose  of readim.' or enlei taiuinent. It starts  out with a good nieiubeisliip.  Mrs.    Lavvson  announces   thm   she1  will have ii grand opening of hei    new  .stoic   opposite   the   Cowan   Jiloci*   on  Tuesday   next.    A   .splendid  'line'   of    j';  now   goods   of   great   ami    cliaiiiiint  variety will   be   on   view   find   an   in  lion. J. F. flume has received  vvnnl of his mothers death, -.1 Kred-  oi u iOn, X. I),  Tit  hoveling   for  The 13owl Goes Through.  Tlie Mail is able  to announce   with  , ' plea-iire that the bond (for $ I,"it 1,000) on  and , '  .      .      '.,.,' .  peaches-,  Mr.  for jn'e  serv mi  till lie'I  ���������uul   Mis.  Monday  liom  there was exl raviifiani e. but whatever J vitation    is    nxlonrlc.d  Revelstoke  the icason. there is just cause toen-  (p.iii'i* a- to its failure to do vv ha I ev ei y-  li.idy interested in the development of  the country desired it, should. \\'ith  no connection made with the navigable  waters above I he canyon the main oh-  joct of this load is entirely lost audit  Is as far as that is i oucerned as if it  weie not I here.  What public utility it will have now  will be of a minor kind only and lhe  ti an-porlal ioual problem of Dig  llend,  ladies    to   attend.    .Don't   foi get   th������  dav, Tuesday next.  Notice.  "VTITICK i- li.Ti'liy (,-iven  tint  Oi dm- after  X>     iliuo I i ilL'il'l lnii|i;ily   tu  ilu- cliief   cmn*  r   vour   penis       ,     ,, .,,,-, ,  1 +      ' the liiiuchier group in the  I*i-h   creek  camp has "one   l!irom;h   and   there   i.s  nd    Miss   I/iw   ie-    now no duubl that wot k   will   bepios-  theii    Hip   to    ecuted Ihere all winter.     With the eu-  coiiraging    outlook   for  silvct   all   ini-  For   the    very   Llest     books     out t provcinoul    in   silver-lead   uiining af-  go In   (,i.   J*'.    Curtis.    T|���������,    Di'u^.rjj,!   i fairs may be looked for.  Ta\!or block. o ���������.      ���������    -   ���������  Miss  Lodge   1-ft   Monday   moining  for Hiiiinlton, where   she   has   an   en  "igeinent \<iv the fall season.  ili.\o!i ."springs  very  | on their townsite       lliggcst   snaps   in  I the coii nt i,v. "  'J'he ladies of Si. I'clei'- clitircli will  ; give, an- "Humiliated fe'.c ou thevie.u-  , .-ige giounils Thursilay eiening next.  I All piefi.traiions aie being made lot a  i giaid time and the band will n't-o at-  i tend. 11 promises to be a veiv enmy-  . able allnir, and \orir company is i ���������  (piested.  I Vol  i ii'k pi uiei lion,  I our    -i I'm-   I'i be ev or  .���������o,' im   t iki',1   op    ai.d  Coiir-X-i      'uul  The New Gold Fields,  i will  i son  til  uve,  .iisliop   of    New    Wes:uiiiistcr  eveiii'i''    with    Tetirrv-  '1'  An  nu^-ii)iii-i'(if limit-nnil work-1 fin- (ioinn���������ion to  lUU'clifi-o tlie follinviiitr flf-crib'-d l.i:i'I-i. -:l-  inili'il in Kuvul-'liikc Hiv i-ian. ISii; Hiri.l. Wo-'  KudU-iiii-, Dislnct. Startiii!,* fri.rn a i������.-t in.irk-  eil ('. Ki'it'-on V. W. |ii)-i at the i-iinii-i- nf l..,t  'll'd. I lioili'c K. ll iluiin-. ihoiico ���������<. I'i (li.ini-.  , tlii'liue W. In I'haill-, llionoe in olr.'Ill- In )i!.lr.-.'  ! of I'uiiiiiii'iU'L'iti};. UiliK-i-.-s ninio or K-..  sol.mg  a   bar  lo its dcvelopmeiil. will '  |[l.,.,.t-i.,u.. It. ('.. An^ii-i ll. lxi-KI,K ^"N' I-.M  not be improved one bit by the present j  Theie seems lo be   even    i easi n for  j 'lie. belief that lhe lichnessuf the new  Stipt. Ibi-cheiiay    and   Traim,.aster i gold diggings on Fine cieek near hike.  Fori est   left    Monday    night   for  the i Tagish has not been mist (.presented in  coast with Con. .Supt. White. f"'}'  way.     Mvery   report   ,that, comes  down,   says    the    1'iovince.   is in   ilu;  i ��������� ,-. (,  niKl'W II   Jl.i/.el,   mine,   superintend  i:i.t, leturiifil from the west veslenlnv  ' tonight in Tapping's thealient ,**-  ick. Ilislast talk on "Fall iotlsiu  the    J'oets,'"   was   a   laie   Heat, so  theie   should    be  Admission fiee.  t   large   audience,  Colonel   A list v,    Manager   Graham                      ,. ,. .          ���������    ,  w   n   it..,'i    ,   ;.     '      t    ���������   .     ,i     iiatuie ot confirmation    ot  lie   Inst  u. II   Jl.i/.cJ.   iiiiue.   suneriiitend-           . , ,    ,    .  stoins that icicbeiJ    heie.       Cones- |  [londencc direel fiom   disunery   claim I  ^ An    (illawa    dispatch     says      that    itself, wiitten about    two   wee'ks   ago,  Conntv   dun t   Judg"   |.\���������.jn   ,'s   theie | S(,,\s lhat from Jt'l',") lo -^00 per day [>cr  See lhe oniei of, cuusei.rat ion sei-  vioesatSt. l'(-.lei''sl chtiich toiuaiuw;  it vvill be found on page four.      Morn  ing P  i a vet  will  in:  ;it' 10..'3U a. in,, and    he vv'ii fl.nl it at !!���������  appropriation. The public have it  light to -(>(��������� their public winks ('(inducted in a maimer to their nd-  vniilage mid as et onouiii ally as pu'.si-  gooil woik. They have a iij;hl lo a.sk  Unit nppropi'ialluiiH will be ii|iplieil to  Uieir lieiielit solely   aiul    if   I'l.'sullti  and that tlt������ appointment of a new  judge, to the stipieine court will be  made in a few days.      It   adds   Judge  man is being taken out, of the vaiious  claims. Two new ���������( renins had been  di.scoveted about tin  Application fop Liquor License.  N0X!\l'i1Jl^^^^^:'^,;^o , l"!'i" ""l'5 ii!;!;"1" *������ ������"' the" supreme , ^n.i^e'wa, wntien  njijilv   to tin- ���������iliii'iuiiiuv  iii.u-1, tr.T.<   for Mil   C'iiiii hem b      J.hfci<*   aie   njoi e tl,an a    \orv i icli  lo-ellll'iuoi'ij}   rvtiill nt onr hind in .Mbtri ' '(rt ln   K"-f'"1}    who   would   like to  Cuiiyoii.  Muted tliis: '.'Otli dav of AUBiirt,, _ ;    ] see J U(]^(; Fofin on   the supreme court  if FAHAUi;.      ' boudi. .  the conseciation sol v ices al II.      V.\y  ningpiavei   and   coulii matioii at 7,.'10.  liishop D.u t   will   pleach at   both   set  v ices.  The Ko'ilcii.iv Trading  M   Smelting  Co., alive to the   value   of lhen spleu-  time    ibis    cor-' -lid townsite, have let a '.-out i act too:.  Hid both are ' lend Matkeiw:!''   avenue, and    work    i-  iiow in pi'jgre-3.      'I his cuiiip my hive  Uhj.-i tul lb  lb it   like    I he  i w it b    us,    w.i-  ,1     I'Ollllliillee.      Me--l  Shaw, were,i-!.I'll toioi.-ul: iMi. KJ-lbe,  lhe ui'Miibei -elei l. ()nr meuiliei was  very pel-i-ii-nl in iii- ,i i .-,i'.u y of in-  nu pot ii inn. Ii'M   i !i" m.i; t.'.' v..i - po-t-  polled.  Ml. William While, geneial man-  llgci of the C I'. I������. biles y, c-l of Wlii-  Iligeg. in an ii.te; v ievv with lhe \'an-  i-iui-, ������������������!��������� I*."-'".". --Ad v i-i li-e|- Llaleil lhat  he w.t-oi.t !���������( r" p.i: lly t>. .iiiange for  all the av.!.,\i'.!e power aud nlling  -toe k io be 11 u. i ut laii-d .-. t a i onveii-  lent spoi. If .Mr. Whyte v, nils a con-  veni"lif -;> il  foi    I ill-,1,". i-i Hi   of   lli-iin  line   .\;\i\   bianch'--. i:   i-  to 1 e hoped  ,e!-tX.e, w hich h;i^  vvill     f.'.i.blv   ie--  nil v auLagi--  oinuiend it.  Nj'V SfcjaTi.-.' S-'rvi:; L".x,x'x.l.  'il  an-  Til" -te i:n 'I - ���������: \ ir ��������� l> -t',  iiiuvei and Victim.i i . I'��������� lie impr. iVed  at last. Tlii'C. I'. X. Co. have now  dei n I ed to in i k" a i li i ug". .ied   bavmg  -o  aliiiu-t . o,ii)  i ,.p,u t- -tat"  Not thvvi  ���������t-'-l  i In- I be |nii i ba-i*.  il  t b"   houdiui &  The   coiintiy   and   climate,  wo are, j the finest lots on the local  ma. kct and   >���������" tlmwei u        .adway      ������������������m|'������������������y  tohJ,   u,e .nagnificent; ' The   land  is   oiler good   terms ; of purchase,    ' See | ^;"^1K^;^ ^^aC^X  fertile,, vvcll'wutcvvti uud capublu. of* uioir uij������ma iyr a 'yooa buy. o    ' uu the gulf iiussiigo,   '; .      x ,.      ' PAGE -2.  THE KOOTENAYIMAIL.  Zhe '(kootenay flfeail  x> -r,i.i.sHi:i),i:vi-:i;Y satukday  ���������.VI ���������  PEVELSTOKE. B.C.;  ��������� 11Y --  ,       \THINS'& C'AMl'BKbb- '       '  '     ]>ini.i-iiia:s'.vM. I'ltoi'iriinoi'.s.  Subscription   Price,   5*2.00    Per    Annum  S^r -TIUCTl.Y  IX    VIlVANCK   l?Jl  ADVERTISING KATES.  -r.N-i'i. \r"i*   viiVKKTISKMKVr.Sinsovtcil at  ,   'Ml i rue ������'f*WI 1. T������M,linn.. ind. ,.ei* nroiith.  Kov -piK-o' nf six milium inclios or ov cr SI,  Vo ^JIW'aiivKitTISKMKXTS 10c    per  VVUHSi;   XOTlV'KS   10i-.  m*r lino wijjjj in-  "Vrlll-ii,  iml������--' vonu-ni-tcd  for bj   Uio WO  lOMPmN-TINC i'.t'o^*>'.v kinil at most ���������������������������  ;loV^5n^i!^^in.r?;:iC-nfi,ca.  .    i."���������oviiU-ii<:oofB(io<lfn������l>-  Ad^������ KiKirmy 3IA.U  Kovelstoke, B.C-.   .  X  was tbe opposition member-, defe;ited  candidates and delegations from opposition commit tees in both Maud and  constituencies, that m-*t, together-.  They had expected to remain oppositionists until the legislature met. But  the dramatic events at Victorii  changed the position of paitios nnd it  was ;i meeting of. the government  party that was held Friday night. On  this occasion, of course, only members  of   the   provincial    parliament    were  present.  Out of the 19   straight   government  supporters in the new legislature, 16  attended the caucus, those present being: Premier Semlin,,. Attorney-General Miirtin, Provincial Secretary  Hume, lion. 'Dr. McKochnie, and  .Messrs. V. li. Tisdall, It- Maepherson,  Ralph Smith, F. .J. Deane, J. M. Kellie, ll. Own', .James Martin. Thomas  Forstei, Thomas Kidd, O. Miuiro, II.  llolgeson, and .Major-General Kin-  cbanl. The absentees ' wore Hon. F.  (I. Cotton- and Messrs. Neill and  Prentice.  Juipni'tantn.'- wiis the mooting of the  . parly on July 20th, when the members  'were still in opposition, the fb.st gathering ns ;t government caucus was  equally momentous. Many.mat tors of  interest to the party were discussed  and Premier Seinlin remains as leader  of the paity.  RAILROAD, TRAINMEN. ���������  t     '   \  Interesting Speech   by   Grand Master  '    Morrisey, of the B.' R. J.  ' P. II. Mori lsey,' grand master of the  Brotherhood'1 of Kailmad Trainmen,  was on Tuesday last entertained to  dinner in the Grand Pacific Hotel by  the Kamloops lodge. About 2U guests,,  including representatives of other,railroad organizations, vvi-i'" present. Jn  the absanee of J). \V,. Stevens, master,  Past Master .1. McCruni occupied lhe  chaii. After the toast, "The Queen,"-  the chaiiinan pioposed "Railroad Or-  gani/.ati(ins,'; coupled with the minie of  Grand Master Morrisey. '   ���������  Mr. Morrisey siiid  tbe  subject of the  Iojisl '��������� covered     the     widest, ,area' of  tlie     loin,    uio    thought,    hubor organizations ,in gon-  , ,      ��������� ���������     , ��������� '    ', ' era I was one' which   was  commanding  ���������leii'ns    of   the    aii;   "ovornment   are i . ,.   ,     .  .un. ns    ot   i.ri -, ] Lhe most    sei ions   attention   ol  , legis-  ceitainly of a" most extraordinary j ]i(^^ |H1M,aiiitarians, divines and  character and they were piessed so (lL-u.,..,. One thing which impressed  ;.,-;--(ii-..li' tbiii   wiilioiit  a   crown   rep-'   him with the political   conditions   here  HKVHhSTOKK, SKPT. 3. 1������������.  Tin: Colonist's cry foi- publication  of t,he ollicial correspondence relating  to the dismissal of the. Turner government h is been gratified and it appears  io the ."ee:it ���������'e.Mm" of the Lb'iiish  Coluinbi.-i Gazette, with the, .^auction  of the lieutenant-governor, heading  it impartially it presents 'a heavy indictment nf-ainst ' the ' government  dismissed, and puts it.in n vbi-v poor  li^lit',before tli? public I'i ������hows as  farn-alia lieutenant-governor is concerned that, he had good reason for  feeling a lack' of confidence in his late  udv'isers and hi.s conclusion that he  was not being advised '���������.wisely, dis-  ��������� interestedly aiid faithfully" would  seem lo be borne out by the,, fact's of  the case as leg.irds this telation of  ihem. Asset out in tbe lieutpiianl-  go'venior"s letter .of tlie 15th, lh(  aetii ns    of   the   hit*  Notice of Removal.  mini OFFICE of Hit- Uold Field-of H ('.. tlie  i Tanuiur and W.ivoili-y mine-. Uniiti.il.  have 1j.-i.-ii irniov oil ,tii Allien, Canyon whore  all business in cuiiiioctiun vviili tin- above  coiniiiinies will in ful arc bo ii-ans.icti-ii.  J. U OHAHAM.  General MaimKiT.  Hevolsloke, Aujia-t 1-t, lbUS,  TO REN'J'  \  ^^=*aEosss^&������- *j  4 XJXK KOOM IIOL'^K willi balli .loom,  J\. toilets, hot and colli water, electric lighted  anil furnace heated. Xovvly finished and in  good location.' Apply nt this pfflce for terms.'  Mines op Prospects  Uought and sold, ilining eonnianie.s  organized, their pn-jjurty ,e\iifi*te������l. 11-  nniieed and iiinn.igeil.      . ,  Money Loaned Mines.  Mine.-, prospects, mineral land-, mining:  i-eeni-ities, contracts, bond-.' stocks,  lenses and options bought, sold or negotiated, Kxninino ininos, pro-poets and  iniiiei-nl lanilsas to thoir vcilue. uicthoil  of working unit condition of their titles.  Assay and Chemical Work Done.,  William Orosbie,___  Coin iibin  Hon-;:,   UovcMoko',   li. _C.  COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL  KAMLOOPS, B.C.  Best of evcrvthiii!?' o-oin:  if-       ������ O       O *  L^  Tinsmithing  t f  Seasonable Goods  Lawn Mowers,    Ice  Cream Freezers,  Rubber Hose, Lawn  Rakes. Garden Hoes  Builders' Hardware  A 'Specialty.'All the  o  latest   novelties     in  House   Furnishings  WJ.LAWRENCE  , REVELSTOKE STATION  /&&W*^  RUSSELL   &'HEROD,   Prop's.   .  -  The Quaker Bath Cabinet  Chas. J. Arnan,  Sole Agent tlirougliout Kootcnny,,  l-'or the F.iiiious  Quaker: Bath: Cabinet  R.H. TRUFMAN' & CO.,  PHOTOGRAPHERS,  '  Vancouver, - - B. C  ,'Ai iii the past S yoni"������ vvc vvill continue to1  m.iko Hevolsloke ono of our principnl c-iillitir-r'  points. J.ook out for our nrrivnl iiotiee* nnil  seonie good work. C. .I.-Ainnii is hkoiiI for our  C. I'. It. nnd tfiicral li. C. views, .  ���������'������������������'tit'  ^  H. ��������� HEAPS' & CO.,       , ,  ' Machinery Brokers,   ���������  .'i(H5 Coi-ilo'vn Sln-e..  VANCOUVIill,  l-J-C.  FOR SALE-A iiunii'lily of light, sooond lni'iil-  HI eel Knits. \   .  insistivi'ly lluil wiiliiitit u crown rep  'ri'scntniivc ��������� wlu'i w.-.s jcildii'1* <>t' liis  '''prcruy.iti^'c.s ;ui(l vi^il.iut' in (lisuluu-:**;  ui liis'duty, limy wi.tild iissuivilly lin\(:  nmiiiiplislii-iTCIiein. , Tlio stntoiuunt in  his lioiiurfs lottci* is n very ������ra\c one  nnrl . instPiitl ��������� ui lirin^iut,' .'ulveiMt  i-rilioisiii. on ' liini'still reiiuircs cou-  sidoiMblo rt't'ut.itiuu and cxpluiintidii  licfiiff the opinion ' vvill be' ^cnornlly  euioi'l.lined tli.it In; did not do riglitly  in diMiiissiti',' his Into ndv'isors.  liitrr Willi tin- pnlitic-nl coniliLiiuis lion  vvns Llic'Tnct that thi'i'c vv.-t.s no pro-  hihitive tni'ill' on I.-ilini' rcpri'tfoiit.-il iv;os  vvluni llioy I'.-iinu. to ('.'inridn. li rip-  penrod < t.hnt lhe working pi'oplf of  I Noi'lh Aiiicricii. no itint lor wliotliur  tlicy arc undor'tin- L'liiiui .Inok urlho  Stiir.s niul Sli'ipos*, ginspi'd tlio itlon  nnd puiMU'il tho hcli"f' Lhat tii-f"-"\ii-  i/.ntiou vv.-t.s noi'i'jsnr.V Tor- their- piu-  toolion,' vvns'in t ho 'iiiti'rost, ol' (ihri.st-  iriniiy. humanity ru'id fi iitornhy. Thnt.i  vv.isa.sit .should ho, 11��������������� witri iiin.-r/.i (1 |  hv tin: urio.'it   rnilvvny  systcin  of   Can-1  ���������    t ii ,    ffy  A thin oily fibre-food fluid, which  rv.       sinks into the pores' leaving a  velvety burnishing film outside.  Rub   this   friction   coat  a  _-.. little, and lo !���������a brilliant,  ;"SS?i*  i  ij$ij������^.    lasting,    lustre    dawns.  Neither varnish, tui'peutine,  nor wax, to.parch leather or,seal upits pores/in--- .  -   ; ,-i(l,-i. ' l-'roni tho timo it loft  the  pi  illllS  and trawlod   through   tin uutain>  ���������   H. N. Ooursier, Sole Agent for Revelstoke.  Tin: c-lniil oi'ix.ui  of   tlio   opposition,: " ������      .        ���������,<.-,!,,  '     ,MI->-'J ���������->' I' ' it, was tho K'l'.-itct-t  oii^mcoiiiiy ti'at in .  tho Coio*ii.,t, thinlcs it i-cinui'knl'h* t.int ; .^ {[w uoHdj ;nul ;l  11K))nlI,u;llL  lcl (,|io ,  ���������__=_==���������==������=  tli'1 pulilical niuin'.iou0 iu    Urilisli   v-"l- , til oloss'   oiioi-jtv   of    num.      linilronds ���������   L.L2LJ -J!���������I'.���������' VL-���������-������������������' ��������� ������������������-  iir,.-X:v:itt'iact,'s n'lon; attention   in   the | playod nn os.sontiul  part in iivilizatiun ,   _._--_____-.    -'��������� rVD^T*-  pt-Ps, uf .''nslorn Cinnda   than   in    Hint : aud   oNi-cntod   a   poU-nt   iuflu.Mico'lor ; (JJliJNJ  I JtlpAJLl,    liXCr i  ,  -   i- ������������������ i"pi ,  c.i ,.,;.i   ������.!���������;,-I-i I irood.     Kverv  uoisnn   oiiniiocli'd   with:  ot this province     lhe Colonist, wiucn ! .,       ,    ,        , '. . ���������    I  " ' .  _..   _._ _, __a rnili-oiid plnvcd mi   iiiiportJint, part m <  .'W-ucn lli.it its patrol, s' riismrswr   was-. ^   ���������,���������.,..��������� ioi;   ���������f ,.uM.   ,-oail nnd it n- \  unjust, u'i'M;*; its enso   i'.iirly   away   ''.V , ,j,,i,.,.t*   roliahlo   iiion   to   lio omployos.  this iulinission 'if siloiico.   on   the*   pint: The     r.iilivad   organizations   vvt'to   a  of the lucid  press   which   is   of couisf* ��������� lirotli.'i'hood    in   ovoiy   M'tisc   (if -the  i     . if i,   .    ' ;���������a,.i.    ilw>   r.-iJ.   ....   its i tci in. for the social, moral,   inl-'lli'i-tual  better able to   uiuire   the   case   un -its i "���������       '  .     ,    -   ,, ' i ,-ind tfiitetnal stippuit   ot the hi'.'thr-i'ii.  iiiCMitstluiuisthatot a country at a Thi, ,v.(, ;lll ;iCf. of ,,,,VlhiniUiulUs ,llKl  distance. ]t can be vers* reason iblv ' ,U;i,i bo met hv ciuuliiiriuoiis. ' Laboi  assti.ned, if the Colonic   wisher,   to   Ik*    ",.s now 0Ip,iniz������l on oducntionnl and  .... .... iii-.ii lu-.il    lltU'S.    Klld    CniDMltl.lllDMa    "f  13 uv lots from us,  , , ,      ,      '   ., * ���������    . i.        pi'.u tied   lif.t's  nt all reasonable, that   silence   ntiplics  nt all reasonable, that   .iler.ee   .u.p.ics ^^h ^  -^  woiM   ,;i,  ii)h,   ,,y  siuistciciion: therefore the, quuunes-i   of {.fm,i,;nnI ���������,��������������� ������������������ i,oijp������t   worknr^  m-'ii  the homo [iiess may safely be re^aidrd !lt,t\ wruii"n. ~ Tii" t?i i*;* t   hi miioi riood.s  ...   ;..,k...,i;,��������� ,,r ,,,,iiin!i>ii,    run! .Mil niiMit nl- r.ii'.vvn v   i-iiilil'ivo-   had    v. ilhiu   tin-  T HS v^-saJS^^^  i-oiii-  ���������I    ' the   v.i.i kinir  iis iiiclicitiM' of coiii])!ote   content meiit    ���������>!' r.iilvvny  i-ihpl'iyo-   \n<\   v. ilhiu  with the circumstances of that politici  situition       which      si     auii.iie.s     tin  ColiHiisr.  The New Chief Justice.  ,  hcr-t   peril-il   -of tin'if   <-xi-t"i*.o  liloteiv     I'i'v oiuliiiiii/.  1 '     o  Ciilldltiolls    'ill      lhe      ! .ill 1 ri.u?  Ill  Ml  111"  ,t^o  I'liiti-il States ,,i,,| '".ii.rul.i.  llii'ti- Usi'd to he oriiv I'll" .-ii|i> whi'll  lixiii^ vv.ij<>-s. limn- (,f Inli'ii, <-t(.  'I'lu'V fT.ivo to till-'!- i-mplov "fs th" ������i"s(  of I In-ir t.ili-nt .uul "ii'-i try. nnd-lunr!'l*  h ' vt- a v i.ic" in iixintr ' 'ii- |iii'" ol th"  pi mine* (,| i hi;u ! il.nr, 'I'h" only in-  llu.'iiM' ,ii.d it'i'ii'-y h\ vvlnili ih.'V  otnild '.lii.iin a p.-t oiiiisiiIi'^.iI'l.u ul  th"ii i i-fc'iii-ns "injii.iy"-   w.is  iliri.'i^'li  ,|l|l|      t 111   I "     VV "I "     III.  ,iiuCli"t 1 \ {)<��������� i.f Inli'ii oi tMiii/.n lions  Ih.ni lim-" i.f inilrit.i.l '-ii,|iln\>-i--, In  ii'jrnid liv th" li"ti"V i.li'iit puiol lh"  oi t;.iiii'/..it i'nis, it was I'm I li" (,u >��������� .mil  I'.-lief nf th" n.i'iiilii'is. In thi-ir i'"-  I.il iiiii-hip 'u tlii'ii' '"!!i|'lnyi'i's h"  - r t ��������� > 11 u; I v- iidvi-ril lln'tir to ^ive t h.-ir  Ih'-M si-i-v ii e .Did show tli.it th..;, vvi-i-"  willing . t iiit I'.niii'si and io.iflv.it nil  limi-, in trivc tln-ii h"-l tnl'-uts nnd  eri"i L*y. In i'i.in lulling he I hnuki'd th"  loi-, d Irniiuiii'ii  for   t hf-ir r.'foiit ion nnd  was   ci".ii"(l   a   (2.C   hy   the   K.ii'lof    Ilu iiilif-is   of   ol lu*r (u'^nii/.n t nuis  D.'iliy.    Al  Ilu-   time   ot    his  appoint-    for I In* ovidi-noo* of frioiid-hip.  modi )is judv-c of tho "iipieui" (oiirl of        Aft.-r-   tho   dinner   t h" i nilronri iiu-n  Mtiii-h ('i.hiiiil)i.i.  Odoler   Ki, \W>, h"    '.if-ompariii'd t ho   Ki.nul   mn-ler I u I li"  was i o^ni'di'd ns one  of the  Iciflers  of    ������|,itiiiu and i lu'crcd   him   ns  ||).;   Iran.  lhoh.it  in ihiti-h Coltiiiiliin.     Heisnn    p.ft, f,��������� the west,  nillii'iciit of lhe   Piesliyleiiah   Chinch, ' -      *���������   rind   in    1SHI   lnui'iiod    Ileh-ii     .Janet.        A qui"!, vv eddin^ look   plno" on   i''ii-  ' day oveiiiiiK. whi-n f'ev. John Kohsou, j  i U. A., iitiiled in nun ri.-ii^e (/h-ule- (riis- ,  ! wold,    of   lh"   'ileniniM'   Hosslnnd,   'uul ,  ,Mi"s |<;ii/���������iliol h HIik kliiil'ii. of Spokane,  i The Iwippy   couple   left   on   Hnl uril.iy's I  ! train for A 11 owlie.-id, vvher"   Ihey   will  1  l.ikf- up t heir fnl III " lesideni ".     .N"|mi|i  ' Minei .  i The uffiti.: ol the .stipciiiileudimt, of  Columbia and Kootoiiay steiuneiM ha.s  been iiiiived from Vinieouvi'f id Nel-  will. . .���������  ]\.,tt. John An^ti- .Met'nil. lh" newly  'appoint,'d chief ju-lii'" ''f i^i'itish ('ol-  unilii.i. i- lh.* thud -i u "f lh" Hov.  Auuus   .Mi Col',    l>.    1>..   "I   f'h.'ilh.iui.  (Jul., a I i'i :!��������� ������I ( |e|'_'v:ill.UI of 111" I'los-  liyl.'ii.ni    iliunh.   hy   hi-   wife.    Alii".  dlUfTlll'i    ol   Ji'bii     f.'nss,    I.it"   ol    To-     ...-.���������   ��������� ���������-   i..!,(.>.     IIiuiiiillVil.il-'   "a-   edni.rled   '���������'!'   oi u'.i'ii/..(i n,|  nl th" hi'-rh -��������� lu'ol,   ('hat liiim.   ,iv.d  hy  pi iv.ll", !'.lot-.    'I I i'i    tt.'i*.   '.illi'd    to ill"  Out.ii m Imi* in l^'J.    Afi"t'jn.o-tii "iiiL'  at lit liss.-H- ,n |i I (iod"lii'll, lie I "I no veil  to Winiilp"-. \\ here 11������- li' i'.iiii" :i ni"lii-  In-r of th" Mi m i,f [iniii, IJI.iuoh.il rl nnd  .McCull, II" siibsoipieiiily. in I^S'2, ii-  moved to ISliti-ll Coltiiiiliin, l.ikin^lip  ln> ii'sidetii-i in X"'.v W'csi mi ri-1 <-f.  w hei e li" li lino-l at once -ei Died :i  l.irire pl.i' 1 ice. H" loi" e|e( led ,i  heiiclier of 'I." law   vuielv, nnd in \ti'.rj.  imelting.  ompany  \\"c  ii.ivc   ihe   linesi   pnip'crty*-' business "tnd  r'',i(|f-i)ii;ii      in,  REVELSTOKE,  oik- of the  most  solid,   progressive and   pros-  oer'nis't.';v.ns in West Koot('iia\'.  ,    *        \\ '��������� l^i\ e \ on '  EASY    TERMS  and    ^ood    ireainient.        Call    on    us    early.  Apply to.  eceive  V BY THE CANADA DRUG  %        and BOOK COT*>=������s^>  zcsrcrsnEL  iPrices Prom 15 Cents up. ,  .    This is a r'arc'opportunity to get reading matter   for   your  holidavs.   ,  Pcca  '  -  ABKAJIAUSON  liltOS.,, Tuoi'iiipous.  1 ...... . . ���������        ' ,. .. i  First-class Table   *   Good Beds   ���������, Fire-proof Safe  r i ~  Teleplione   V 'Bus' Meets all Trains  RETBLSTOKB.  .O:-  r\  a^tt.^.  r a Ti  rx^i  i  -If  LttJi  ���������Jjg3&.  FRAi\T'K  VANDALL, Pkoi-Rii-Tiiu.1  eveiSTDOii  Best Table in Town,. Weil Furiiished Rooms,  .   Choicest Wines, Liquors, and Cigars,  ;\  Everything Strictly Fipst-Class.  Terms $2|p������er day  ���������    Kamloops d>eer on Draught'.  THE  QUEEN'S   HOTEL  ABIIAHAMSOK   J3U08., PKontiKroHs.    \  Everything nW and First-class in all Respects.  r,   , ll  Tlie-House is stocked with the Finest Wines and Cigars in the Market  TROUT  L^-KZE   OITY,,B.O:f  ORIENTAL - HOTEL,  J. ALUEltT STONE, Phoi'iiiktok.  The Dining Room is furnished with,the test the  ,'" Market affords.      .  THE BAE IS SUPPLIiBD WITH THE OHOIOBST  ���������     WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.'-,  f  'Front St., Revelstoke,     ���������   ���������.  cus. Lund.     -    X ���������    '     -.   "  rRoi'RiirroR.  Best $1 a day house in town.     White labour only  The bar is supplied wilh tlio best'brands of wines,   liquors  and  Cigars.  V: I'KKKS. Max.\i-������7i{.  '4r~Z>  fl   I lit Ml I'" IUHII1\������. ...... ���������'       .  (l.ni^'lili'i'nl' Ilu* IiiLi'  John   V. fini'lu'v  furmct ly (|l   I"'1' mil".  T.  L.   HAIG-,  ap  a i\a   \\ rite^iip  Published by  The Kootenay Mail, Revelstoke  'I be Government Caucus.  Tlii-  lii'     llll'lllll'M ������    nl      l.lll'     K'IVI'l'IHII''lll  ]>;n ly ni'-l. I.r-i l''i iii.i,v iiixhi in ('"  Miii'ii ��������� li.ill. \',nn ma it, in 1'iu *-������( in i'  Im tin' ,i^i cHin-'iit .n i i. rd nl mi July  Z-Jlh. TIh-i e bus lii-i'ii ii K1''*1'- i:hmifif  inthc- Ht.-nidiiiV of .tlic polit-icnl pnrtii-H  British Columbia "since ���������the (icljoiu'ij.  ili.Mit of thi- ini.vtiug iw July.   Then It,  i\(",idciit   /\L(cnl,  kKVKLSTOKK.   1',. C.  ^I^IOE  50c.  t. cr. TjttiKJDTijTJsa:.  The only complete map of the great Fish Creek Camp.  The only   published  map  of- the   Fish.  Creek Country.  HK  ������������������Attorney in Fact, '-Ainsworth,,- B. C. j THE KOOTENAY MAIL
Immense increase in Canada's trade���
No mutiny among Yukon troops
,���Stories of official corruption in
Dawson denied���Another lie."
Ottawa, Aug. 27.���While the net
results of theyearV commercial transactions have liucii already announced,
th<�� uiori* detailed returns that are now
to liaiul (lifer some interes-tintf ligures
which are well worth looking over.
Tlio1 immense increase in the tutal
trade nf   the   Dominion   has, already
Railway contract   was a wauled,   but
direct competition is developing which
cannot  hut   ha\e   a   most   beneficial j
eflect." The Canada   Atlantic tailway \
has completed airanyeinenls hy  which i
it i.s in   a   position   to   cany western i
grain  from, Pany   Hound    tu   Coteau j
Landing, thereby connecting the boats |
running on Lake .Superior with ocean
boats from Montreal.    In addition   to
the   competition    thus   effected, " the
actual distance is considerably   lessened, and,so strong a competitor has the
Canada 'Atlantic   become   that    the
American   boats  are  even   now coin-
plaining of the manner in which   iheii
business is being cut into.
' Reference was made in these letters
a couple,of weeks ago to tin* action of
the department of the interior in
leasing a, portion of the water front at
ReVelstoke - -Hospital.   _
Matei nit v w.ii-ii in co:
Vaccine kept on h:t:..l
iii-i 110:1.
Drs. SIsKecliaio and Je:Vs,   -   A^sadzafs
rl    1Q>
Physician and Surgeon.
McICsszls Avenue.
IstokD 3. C.
IJarrister, Solicitor, Etc.
been   made  pub'.ic and  received with,  jQawson City lo Mr. Alex. Macrlonald,
���' iniqiiulilied satisfaction by nil true
Canadians ,of whatever political stiipe,
but. with the inipeiial ins"tinct, so
Mi ooe,ly upon 11-il is a matter of no
small gt-alification to fi 11 cl how'inpidly
rhu-iiu>���< ii developing wilh the empire
.it l.irge.
The lotol turtle tor the year is an-
1 oiiiii-i'il at ti'ie linpi eci'deiiti'd ligure of
'.V:ti4,0:1],7a)as .-igain-t yi"j7.1(5^,8(52, or
.in' incrci-e o,f .ncaily Sl7.(JUI),U0U foi
ihi* veal-.' Of l\\\< grand Lot.il llieiin-
pm-1- wen; $110.!>0.~),!M0 and the oxpoits
Kloi), !*5.").77(l, gi\iirg a balance1 on the
iii>l'it s-itlij.;���!' 'neai'ly   $2(i,(l()Il.(JW).     The
ind it was then shown '.hat tlie transaction was an excellent   business deal,
OWiCK COWAN  lilAICK.      ,     ;
.,   '     "    o   rizVELSTOKE,
V. O.'COX-10.':.
public   exchequer.    It   now
from information'received through
li'il.iiic*'i��. ifniwing, Im   while   Lhe   im- i
pni Is lor I'i'.nl exceeded  llio.-e of   ]S5J7 |,daring that the lease rwas   granted
esnlling in a substantial gain   lo   the
independent, mm m* direct, from l)awson
City that Mr. Maedoiuild seemed the
franchise in public competition with
five other tendc-iers, lhe successful
ladder simply obtaining tlie pri\iT-ge
because he offered the biggest price.
Moie th:iii"that, the lea-.fi ,i.s for one
year only, after which lhe property
reverts to the govei iiiuent. These i
f.ict.s.havfj probably escaped the at-j
tentionof  those   who   liaye   been   do- |
in I
R��iig'!k, aiiel Dressed.
Lath, Shingles, Moulding
v    11. holdici], . !
A, ,
Analytical Chemist and jAssayer,;
A����,ij- of c-\ ci-;, v.u-lul.i of liiiiicni'.
.\iiiily-i-, 1'f  niilk.   w.iUt. or oilier iii.ilci\,il-,
ii-i'il fur food.
Promot Results. Prompt Cash.
ill oi   o "nyY
, "by *7*"21,(),)l),(lJ'), the imports have yiown ''perpetuity and without con ipct.it ioo
l'o nearly ;.S2o,olK),(K)l).     l.'poif this  vast] t       n hub's a ijuauty. '
inen-nse the duty collected increased
fc!2,0HI.tj{>3, in -.pili* ol ihe .considerable
1 eductions in thefi,-irilV.  '
So much for the g-'iier.d' ligure��: In
the return- that have special 1 el'erence
to C5ie.il I'riuin we find thai, lns't yen
Can id.i imported .$:J2,S27,()J') as agitin-t
$20,328,001) for lhe previous year. Hut
while imports fiom Gieat Britain were
'only   $'.32,S27,Oi)0,   the  goods \\u>  look
'    fi tun'us ran up   to   $101,737,000.   or   a
balance in our favoi of nearly $72,000,-
00:i.    With,ihc'lTnilcd States' the'eon-
' dit ions ��'ere evaclly   the  reverse, 'f-ind
, in spite of arliHcial obstructions the
Doiuinion imported from1 the south
$S6\5S7,00U, sending back in return
only $11,122,0000, or in other worda'i for
, every dollar the United States spent
in Canada, Canada spent more than
two dollars in return.    Of this $11,000,-
' 000, mineral and lumber make up more
than cue-half, agricultural products
and manufactured, goods  being only a
1, small percentage of the whole.,
���That Great Rritainis the maiket for
Gan'itda's vast agricultural supplies is,
most clearly shown by the fact that
la��-tyear site took nearly $10,000,000
woith of animals, $:57,GSS,0C0 agricul-
tuial products, Slo,0'JS,IJ00 in lumber,
etc., $1,S22,000 products of the fisheries,'
or a total of $97,782,000 out of 11'grand
total of $10t,7S7,000.
From these figures it will be seen
'that the tendency of trade is most pre-
1 ceptibly turning towards Great, Britain and when it is remembered that
the full effect of the preferential tariff
has only now become operative it will
be readily.seen that this tendency will
h.: very largely increased . in the immediate future. In the meantime it. iv
woi thy of note that'every additional
return only emphasizes the .magnificent prosperity and unexampled pin-
gross which out' country is enjoying
these day,",
1L may be iii the  recollection of our
JLere i.s a choice,   note   in   the   Mail
aiifl  Empiie " the   other   da\: ���   '-Mr.
Fielding Juis. addc-d five millions to the j
debt in one.   inoii'h,"    As   experts   in 1
ai itlimel ie' the editorial writeis of   the1
opposition   piess  stand   unrivalled   in
this or any other age. , .Of coinsc they j
will   attempt .to   explain    lli.it   '���one 1
month" .should  read   "one   ve.ir''-���b'ut-l
even    then    ihu" statement ' lacks   the;
essential of truth, and the falseness  of |
it, simply becomes a matter of" degree, j
..W; Ppewing &':Sons..
JJlain..-ind Ornaineiital
��� Plastering",
Stone and Brick |
, .Work.
��� Second St.,diast Engli.-ii Chinch,
HhVELSTOKI^,     ' li. O
^^fJ^^f^ilkootena? rtSail = = = IRevclstoIte, B.C.
, Hoi*ses
lid > uIlJb'JllD biiatjiUilo ' JJo Uo ,
Improvements Perfecting C-P.R.' Facil-
' ities in British Columbia.   ,
A circular recently issued by< Manager Christie, of, the O.P.R. telegraphs
in Victoria, thus refers to local eijuip-,
On April 18th we completed the laying of a splendid new three conductor
cable, which connects Depart me 13ny
with', .English, Uay near Vancouver.
From Victoria'dr Departute Bay oui
wires run' along the Esquimalt and
Nanainio' tailway, and froin English,
Bay to the Vaiieouveru office along one
of the city streets. This makes lhe
main artery of communication with
the nut-ddc world very secure from in"-
terruptions. We are now at woik re-'
building the line fiom Victoria to De-
put tore Bay and stringing an addition-1
al wire, which gives us three, wire* to
Vancouver direct. To lhe American
side we have recently laid a cable
which gives, via Port Angeles, direct
connection with Port Townsend, Seattle and wiiv offices.
Architect and, Builder
YOU COlilellllll
s! e building and waul
smallest, cost,
1 lir-ti-class de-igu.' cor upa liable wilh'thi*
( all and --eii me ,
A L L.    WO R K-   G I
'   ���'P7J/S
FRED. M. WELLS, Mine Examiner.
J. R. HULL & 00
Wholesale'    and   Retail
Purveyors of High-class Meats*
All orders in cur line will be promptly
attended to.
Sbor lest and quicl:i-t>t ionic
Yukon and Klondike
G-oldfields    '
Eastern and  European Points, ����� >
Paoific Coast, -Oliina,
Japan and Australia1
roupist Oars ' Pas^ -Hr/slstoks
D.illv td St. I'.uiIkIiuI.v c\-r;i-iir \V oil lie- I.i;.* I)
! nasicvii iioini-. tJ'(.,i".i!,i'i rui.l iliieiu en-., on
i nil trains. 'l'ii;!;oi,-. i-^:i"d Uu'oiigli ,vn:l b.it--
! if.iyo cli'jcUcil U) (Usliu.iliiiii.
D.lllV    Ll*lU!l��    11*0111     1i('Mjl-*lok'J   -l-d-,t'j-Jllll(l,
I 7.J')i\.;n.    \\ uslbomiil, .".ill li.m.
t'niinocl'iiiis \\-,'.!, Konloii.i.\ iKiinl'.���IIc.imi
ltcvclsioku S.00 11.111. Ai'rivo Ko\uKl'jUo',U
l.'l.i 11. in. '
l''<ii- ini'iii-iiiiitioii, .imtu-, tiiii.' c '..-1-, i!!".',i- is.ni)
tickets .ipiily 10' '
T. AV. P,i!AI)3H.VW"!
' Ayont, Uevolstoku. or
W. V. ANDKI'XON.   " *"
'^l���.\^ elliiis I'.i-ioii'^ci' Aijunt Net ,011,
D'ihtviL' .'.���.a-.cii'iui'Agi'iil, V-intiiavor.
a r a n *;r i��: !���; i.)
The  present   centre   and future
headquarters for , q  "
Ul L
The Victoria office is., equipped   with ! THp   'FpilJI    PpSQAll
a   set  of   quadruple,   app.-iratus   ( hy j A HO   J? 1 U I    UlJdbUII
which two niessiiKes  may  be sent and i
two received s>iniultaneously ), two du-1
plexeh ( half a qmidniple'x ) and several ]
sets of,single apparatus.    We have a
large and competent staff of operators,
clerkb and messengers.
'     Vancouver office, our main  print of
, dist.i'ibution, has live wires to the east,
I and Willi the  couiplelion 'of   the  new
, , , "coiioer   wire 'in   the,   cour.-e'iit    con--
re,idei> lh.it some   two   months ago  ����� ! *st iiu't ion, will   have   <.i.x.      Van
Is  bey;innino"  and
market   fresh
W     ^-
se iMilioiial iirliele appealed in an Ol-
1.11 v.". paper and w.i^ extensively i-opii d
in the (MM to the efl'ect that inutiiiy
h.id broken out atnonir lhe ViiUon
1: nop-on account of ihe hardi-hip-* to
wiiieii ihey were hcinjj- subjected,
t'.iiou'-di lhe incpniiietency and mi.-,-
iii.iii.i^emeiiL "of the department of
i.nli'i.i and ileieii-e. Tin* story has
11,ol Li'iii' to 1e.11 ii TeleijiMph creek and
'; i-- I.ei',1 met by an iudii^u ml. eui-
'���'', 1 lie. ,ii;<l umilialilieil denial from
iiiiei-.   ul tlie ' force. �� i^iiai'lerni.'ih-
icouver |
-thing, in th
' and sound in ay be had of
Hutchison & Go.
- Canadian
<��� o
l iWhl'J
Uo b
K03v3L.'\NI5   and   KOOTJ3KAY        |
Leave Arrow lic.ul cliiily for all lujint-, in Kniit- j
enay,  m.ikins  eoiinuclioii'nt  Xn',<u-,;i
nil l)oinl<,oii X.ikn^ii ur.'l Jibcc.) i!..
Sloc.ui TjivIlc.
Clohcicoiuioetioii .11 llobl>on I'm   XeWm,  IC.i-.ln,
''   li.ilfour. 1'ilot I'fiy. TiM.il, Uo   l.uul,  aoi'LIi-
poiviuul -ill liaint- --niuh.
usons   Landing*
! .stage of
ha.s one duplex working do eel, to
.Montreal, I wo duplexi >-In WiniiipeLC,
local wires (Iii eel to Kamloops, Donald
and Ros.-il.ind,, ;l qiiadiiiplex to Portland, one-half of \\ Inch is usl'd to San
Francisco direct, and a duplex and
single wire lo .S.'.ittle'. From San
Fi anei>co lo I la-east we have two duplexed copper wirii.-��. v
! l'*oi* full
.i'oiiii Uii,:l,
lll'U"l-.   in.111-.
It is the centre of the Lai
-'. dean, mining district.'
ROUT  rakl: city
' is reached bv rail fro in
Revelstoke tp Aitqw.-
h.ead. 28 miles : thence
by steamer,' 10 miles, to Thom-
; and' a short
12 miles; the entire
j jotirnev occupying onlv6 hours
throuo'h magnificent mountain
ami lake scenery.
Well-known mining .prp-
jmotersand capitalists already
jhave their reprcseiitatives on
j the ground, aiid it is no1
! boomer's dream to say that ber
, fore another six' months Trout
i Lakh ��li*v wiii- be a bustling
.centre of business and the prjn-
icipal lown in this treasure-laden
Ttr'll     1""��T?'"<'>    T" O T 1 TT7 Q trr��     4".
1'   Trade of British Colonies.
.Inst at Ihi-, lime when Anierican.-
feel inclined lo claim everything in
sight, the following will be of, interest.
111 11 neat am.
'^rp-^ej'geiini ll.irri->  of the Huynl I'.-tn-' Iigivo   lhe  average annual   impoils
mli'i'ii llf/.ftfooijs, who is  a   niciiiber of ' and expoi Is for   tbe   liriti->h   colonies
the I'oici. writes to 11 friend   in W'iniii-f and   <lep"udencie>     and     lhe   United
th"   period
���teri'/.ing the statement as "a ', States   of   America  'for
peg clllll'in
tissue   of   4ie-."   and then proceed.-, to    1800-03. '
point out, ilu.- very obvious diM-repcn* 1 The iinporli of lhe l.'nited .State.i
i i".- 111 t!m details of the M.ury that lhe : ainoiinted to -ClOl.iCT.OJJ: the export-,
writer iuraiitioii-ily attempt lo give. | to C1(17,.")H,-II I; total,' ettJS.SOJ, 111.
Sei'gt. II1111'i-j siys "Kroin the Lime we , The imports of the BiilMi colonic.-
left Otlaw.u until the present Lime I and dependencies ainoiinied lo 4; 102,-
nnlhing even appronching even i;i>iih- '. IS}j,88Sj the export.-, C2\ 1.701,111: total,
oidination, let alone mutiny, has oc- j ��101,210,000. 'J'bus the ?iuii of lhe im-
curri'd. There i-s not tbe slightest 1 ports and exports (if the Hritish col-
cause for anything of thi^ kind. The
men are heing well treated   and things
W!'rl'*in.-iiilike niiinner. and hy
i'X|iei-ieiiceil meeh.'iuics only.
Only lir-Ci las-; material u-ed.
I*'-tiinate> at   -hoi'tol   nolice.
E. CFramsy,   RovelstDke, B.C.
Furniture and
w. !���*:
iv. I'.i.--!. Ai-,.111,
NuN.m, J,.C,
Almoin, l!ii\"c!-ti)Ki'.
10..). t'OYI.i:..'"
, DM. I'.i ,s A'-'..'ill.
'   V.in^ m\ (.".'. !'..(.'.
Columbia & ��/estern Ry.
Timi' T.ilili' Nn. li.   "o I >'"-- I'lliM N'n\. -- l-')r.
'   Jl.tily llot'.-.coa'!'" ul .111 ! IId--1,ni,l.    '
V,'I*.S]'.",')1"."I) l.\-.|',!'i. mi.
No..'. Nu. .1 Nn. I. No.:' Nn. I   01. ti
I.*,:!.-, ���_: I:. >. 1   .l;iii).*MiV     ii..n 11 :">��� ���_
17:011   ll'ii'i   il:l"i      l'"\|i.       |v,", 1 |j,.*,-,   i'i:i.7 I
Nn'- 1 -uul
-li'iunui'- iiii.I   li'iiin- In   utiil  I'imiii  No!" ii' ,it
No'-llit'.i'l I ii.v 1 M.d ti'.iin- Iii'itti'.-.i 'li-.rl
anil Ito���llniiil,
No'- .) ami 1! iii'dlui al li'.iiu- li I ween Ti-..''l ,unl
lloliion. No. ll v iiiiifct- with ir 1.11 N'n. I Ii,jIii
drn.'i'.il OIIl.'i-: I'. 1'. (.t"l'l'',l,Il'.-:,
'I'l'.lll   II. C. (lelli'l.ll .'-npl.
:'.'.,i,"i  1!(H-;I. S.\"H J il"' l.!*ii ��� in.
cniuiivi   v.-illi  ('.l'.l'.'niM.ii lim'
Lardeau. the new centre of at-
���j  vv:ja iiavo railways tOiLnicli0n    for'the   best   mining
tlie nor fell and SOUth.      iienterprise..    skill   and    capital
which Hritish. Columbia ha.s
mao-netized within her borders.
The climate and soil of the
district are all that could be
desired by the rancher, gardener
or (ruit otowct for 'whose
products a profitable and rapidly increasino- market exists ;
whilst to ihe   sportsmen   the
Its climate is superb.
' [t has "plentv of building
timber and a sawmill
in operation providing
lumber at reasonable
Drices on the spot.   '
(-f- ri
eDtionally ^OOd trout   nei-fhborhood,.aflbrds game
J- J to plenty
It has' a crown grant, purchasers of lots thus ob-
t?;iniug an absolutely
eloar title.
could not possibly have pfiMie. better
t linn ��� Ihcy liuvc. A\'e an* hnvinir a
hard trip but iinvcrthek'Hs a splendid
one. Our food supplies ns furnished
by the government, are excellent and
in ample quantities. The men are all
greatly indignant ut such a foul report,
nnd feel for theii commanding officer,
who is lookinjr after their interest*
very keenlv, this hard trip." Thus
another calumny is relegated to the
silent (?) majority.
Tho transportation qtic.st.ion, tho
mo*)I. lii'iinentoiiM problem which the
western fariniu* has to .solve, is sleiuJily
liecoiiiiny simplified. Not only ar��
tlie. rules being reduced by tlio C.P.R;
iii cunfoi'uiity to tho uiKJcrtukiii','
entered  into when the Crow's >reut
onics   and   dependen'cie.c   cxceccN  the j RepailiM  811(1   UpllOlSteriHg  DOflO.
total aniount ot   the  exports  uutl   un- !       l �� ^
ports of the.  l.'nited  Slates  by   netuly,
oiu'-fouith. ;
The following returning officers have,
been appointed for taking the plebiscite on prohibition in British Columbia: 13turnrd, Mr. Tytb-r; X,;w Westminster, M. \V. Hawthorne; Vancouver, C. II. Barker; Victoria, II. A.
Munn; Vaie ' and Cariboo, Daniel
Wiir(.'lioii-.2 in I'oiiiittulioii for -lor.iif j
of f.linily mill ollicrfiirniluiT, truoU->,
etc.. .it moiuhlj or oilier iMlc-.
Agents for liiiymond .Sewiii!; M.ieliiiu--.
Revelstoke Station. B.C.
J.  Kernaghan^-^vSiS^
Con(��"^^or and Bulkier,
Oill."  .mil Win K���iiup
(i;i:iij^ili fi.iii-l !Iii."'(',
I'I,in--,   sjii'ciik'iiliiiii-.   .mil   rsiii.'i.ii
nppiirnl ion.
Tlie liu'j;i"l   i'lrlv in llw ii;-li'!cl "f Iii.','-. \'i in-
(low-.. HlMCnOl-. 'I'lirilllU-..   .M'lll'lllll!;-.  Hn-i'
, CiMin-,'-,, Kiin  Dncil  n.'M'in/. ('tilling .u.il
n-iile l''i'i!.-'.i ii i.div on  linn 1. mill   v.-ill  li':
���will atpiii-Ci hi w .  Iiin'oru qtiol-il.
The accommodation includes
L;'Ood hotels. ,st<jres; poi-^obice,
recording ofnee'. butcher shop
and many private residences.
Htn'ldin;^ operations are in
full 'proo-ress, au'd the esiabli^h-
ment of'the sawmill will tend
still more to enhance the im-'
mediate growth of this
������J ir\ i
No further news has  been learned of
the wreck of the Stickine Chief.     Tin*
fate of the crew  is  cam-nig  sum*,  un- ���
eajiiie.-,", all hough the Lug wa-, a strong ,
one   and   could   weather   almost any ]
gale   on   the   North    Pacific.       It   is
thought, that she  im.-: made for sci'int* \
port,    which ��� Ht'co'unti*   fin:  the iuuil j.
bouts' not sct'iug btT uu Vim way down..;! fi^t $y,
Should ^ec I.einlike Hr-o-. before Idling '
eiintr.i'-i.     All  ��nrk dune in
iiiiuiiil.e iiiPiiin r.     K-linirl"-
jilnn- iii'i'jini til on -!io; I nnt \, r
Lembke Bros.,
Contractors  and  Bulldora,    . ,
I'ni.iji-. liinilis. Mud (Iii.inl . Tii'i'-,
(inn i- .11-3*1 null-ri V.ilv c. I'..i-;si I
Cnlili'i i, I ,i'!ic-' 1'l.irl lldkl'i--. Ill-
i,,-(li- l-*i\l ni'i- of .ill Kind -.
lluil j oil ' lim I   ll'll ,( ''."���    '
Bicycies for Hire.
Inside. $ioo: payable $33.53 down. $33.33 in , months. $33.35
in 6 months
Corner:;. $150; payable $5u down. $fu in 5 inouth-,   S^'.>   in   t>
(These j>rices a,re foi' a short time only.)
T. h.  ILMCi. Ki \ 1.1..-1 or. 1 . C-( ner.il A^eni.
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