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 I  Trovincinl Library  f  rvs.,1-1-  1 t  READ BY.-;  5,000  ��������� Vol. lO.-No. 24,  ii  ii *  REVELSTOKE: B. C.rSEPTEMBER 12, 1903,  THE HOTEL VICTORIA  K. K. LKASON. .  victoiua,     -    b/ c.    {>  Amcricnn nnd KurojiLnti Plan, ,  American Plan ?2.00uiid Upward^  Stcmn Ilcntcd. Sample rooms.  $2.00 Per Year  *: .M-1  C  a  A        (  ' Stapje and 'Fancy.--Dry;', Goods  ,Rea;dy������Made Clothing",  ��������� Men's Furnishings, Hats, Caps,-'Boots, Shoes;  4 '    i  , .       i^   r , i     - '  '  I      ' ������������������������������������������������������ t ^ t  ' .Our Geo. A. Slater "Invictus Boot" is a'Daisy. - Ask to see.it.  J | ,��������� '  r   r'"T        ^  *      ��������� Notice a Few of Our Special Lines:  /,,''",', o       " >r HMUI.aV "       NOW      -  "Men's Suits in gr6y and mixed colors, $6.50,'  "Men's Suits in grey" and mixed colors,  10.00,  j    Men's Suits "in grey and mixed colors,  1 1.00,  ' Men's kain'Coats..'.' - '6.bo,  , (Men's  Rain Coats..1 \ .......\..- 7.75,  Men's/Pan Boots, "^'".Willow-Calf   5.00.  Men's Tan Boots,   .."    ' Vici Kid../.   ,5.00;  Mun's/rlin Hoots// V      liox CalT. . - 4 oo;,  Men's Black lioqts, ' "\ Dongola Kid,  2.50,-  Ladies' Rain Coats, '.>...' ��������� "ib'.ocv  Ladies' Kaiii Coats. .;., J   6-99,'  \ 7������  Ladies! Ruin1 Coats. . .'.'.'.,.���������.'.'.'. ...... ,475.'  .3 00  -V  A,-'fine assortment" ot-Dress and- ,  ^jusT.A^wp^',nc'Ar,rnMl'n������  Kindly-favor us with'your mail-order,  h will receive prompt attention. -       '  , '. ir        1-  s    )    '- '  "_'  \ty , -Sucii'-siOt loT.ijldi- Bros. &'Gooi'gi', Limit I'd.  rtoi v<v  (W  oil  7yy   ,   REApYiMADE,"cEOTHING7.'','7-^   '%   ���������,      , ' -- tfn  '(*)   ,.- "'  fiffi  c  >Vrt  ,   ������  4&' Big Horn Brand; B: 0. -Union'Made Overalls, Shirts, etc.   j?  rif>  Bovs Suits, Boots/ Hats and Caps.  REVELSTOKE STATION, B   C.' '  II" there is a seciet in the success of our Grocery  Department it is the fact that we buy many of  jour 1 cadin.q lines   Directjfrom Manu-  jfcxctxxrerj; and in large quantities.  Waller Baker's Choedlate and Coeoa  Premium Chocolate (unsweetened) for baking.  Genua:-. Chocolate, sweet, for eating and drinking.  Caracas' Chocolate, sweet, for eating or drinking.  Vanilla Chocolate, sweet, in tablets, for eating.  Breakfast Cocoa for drinking.  Walter Bilker's products are a world's standard  for purity and excellence. There is no better  evidence of the great advance made in dietetics,  than the remarkable increase in the consumption of Chocolate and Cocoa. This is a result  of better knowledge of the laws of health, and  of.thc food value of a beverage which nourishes  the body while it also stimulates the brain.  Visitors ^/Htvays "Welcome.  While in the store note the   Bargains  ticketed  1 in each department.  LIMIT CD  ���������r 1  \ Millinery and Dressmaking Parlors Second Floor |  Tublic "Record of Vrernier Mc*Bride, Hi* Col-  league*, and T. Taylor Uheir  e  ML-MO-V   1899.  Kor bonio suasions previously bills  'lnul buen i)iissed giving away lingo  giunlb of land to inilwny companies  and tliuScmlingoveinment.bi'otight  in a bill to'cancel those s-cliemcb to  give away'the province. Premier  I\rcBridc nntl-IJon. JEcI'liillips opposed the bill on Kebruary 23rd.  ��������� ' si:^iox.s 1900. r    ' r  I'reinier McBridc'and Hon. Mc-  I'liilliph voted foui titneo and Jlon.  Tatlow, Ji'ulton (JCiimloops), Taylor;  (Itevclfatoke), ii������niiibt redifetribution  proposals'to do away with pocket,  electorates'tit coast and give ftiir  representation 'to interior.' Dates  Ji-ebniiiry 21st, 22nd,28rd andrAu-  gust 2:Jrd.     ,      t\r <      ^ _ f '  , 'Picmier Jilcliiide,'Jionb. Green,  iMcl'liillipf-I,, Fulton t,Kamloops)'  Taylor (Revelstoke)' voted twice  ngfinT-t Mcrnnis's piopowil to prevent' 'employment of Gliine-e and  .Jdps,on.',all--continctP, leases and'  concessionsx- of whattoevei kind en-  tcied into' oi made liy. the govern-,  .ment" (August 1-st and ,9th) and  against Mclnnes's motion , to pic-  vent1 employment 'of Ghine'-e and'  -Japs on lJaci'fic & Omcnicii..railway  (August 2ith.)  ,Piemicr ^IcBride, flon. McPhill-  Ips and Fulton'(Kamloopp), Taylor  (i-te\;elstoke) voted .against extending -^protection ( of .mechanic's lien  act from six to twelve-^weeks for  wages.   August 30th.' '  Premier McBride,,-Hons.,,Gieen  and McPhilhps and Taylor (Bevel-  stoke) voted against Labor, Bill 44  to extend the eight-hour law.to'underground'work in" placer and coal  mines as "well as metalliferous  mines, and to extend the provisions  against Chinese in coal mines ,to  other industries. August 30th.  d, Premier McBride, Hon. McPhill-  ip?.. -Fulton ~ (JCamloops) voted  "against/resolution confirming eight-  hour law arid'iequiring its enforce-  ment.d-To 'the."credit of ������IIon. yRf  Greoiv Kaslo,1"ajid -Taylor, ReveJ-  stoke,-thcy supported it.  Aug'. SOtlr  ;'.,"'" Y '''sc-Mox'igbi:'"--      ���������  Premier McBiide, lion1?. Mcl'hill-  ip.< and Tatlow, Fulton, Kamloops,  and Ta^loi, , Revelstoke, showed  they were afraid to ti ust the people  They voted against the propo.-.il to  lefci land.and money grants foi  lailvvays to a .vote of thc people,  though this tame principle is applied in cities. ' March 12th.  Picmier McBiide, Horn. McPhill-  ips, and Tatlow",. Fulton, Jvamloops,  and '" Taylor," Revelstoke, voted  against lechstribution proposal to  secuie fair representation for interior.    March 14th.  Premier McBride, lions. McPhil-  lijis and Green, Fulton, Kamloops,  and Tayloi, Revelstoke, voted to  raise poll tax from $3 to $5, to'in-  cicase'taxation on the vvorkcis and  leavings capital, income and property fmther untouched Apiil 19th.  - M>oio:s 1902.  Premier McBride, lJon=. .McPhill-  ip0and Green, Fulton/ Kamloops,  and Tavloi. Revelstoke, voted  again01 th'e -'Master and Seiv.mt  Act''amendment to give vvoikmen  contnbuling for medical aid the  right of choosing then medical men  April 10th. '      '  Premier McBride,lions.McPhill-  ips, Green and Tatlow, Fulton,  Kamloop0. Taylor, Rcvclstoke"voted  against a ie=olution to ume Impei-  lal government to withdraw opposition to legislation to exclude Japs  and Chinese fiom the province.  April ���������2.������.rd.  Hon. McPhillips voted against  bill to piolectfundsof tiades unions  from effect of Tafie-Valo dcci-ion.  May 29th.  Premier McBride, Jlon. McPhillips and Tavlor, Revelstoke, voicd  to maintain mischievous system of  p 1 iii:i 1 voting in citv election1-  May 30th.  Jlon. Green and Fulton, Kam-  loop=J \oted against abolition of  ���������ViOO deposit imposed on parliamentary candidates. June 12th  and 20th.  Prcmicr.MuBride, lion. Tatlow,  Taylor, Revelstoke, opposed bill  requiring each party to labor dispute to flic particulars and that  one party might require the other  to arbitrate.    June 17th.  Piemiei McBride. lions. McPhill-  ips and (iiicn. and Tavloi, Rnvel-  '���������lokc, ciji[io-(d lcfeience of mining  dispute- to jury, thus maintaining  principle of judgment on legal technicality lnsiend of common sen=e  and justice June ISth.  M������-ION 1903.  Jlon- Tatlow, Gieen, M^cIjikio  ami Tavloi, RcveNtoke, voted  airain-t bill to jnevent such 1 v liiiits  as Dansmuir discharging men simply because they belonged lo union.  April 28th. ,   ,  ' Jt was during Piemier'MeBride's  regime lib fininistem of ii'iines that  the two per'cen't tax was passed  which is claimed to have done such'  serious'injury to (ho mining industry, and itvv'as'also he who^niiscd  the crown g'raiit fee from $10 to $2-3,  and did much in other ways to  tax the mining industry out of existence.  , By their iccord ye shall know  them!       ,       (       V     ,  LAB0R~MANiFEST0  High'  Tribute to J. M.iKellie from  Trades and Labor CouuciL  "When. J.'M. Kellie" was.last a  candidate feu, Revelstoke riding'the  llossland Tiades and, J,.tbor council  issued the'following manifesto-to  their fellow workeis in this riding:  'J'o the L'lioiuU of L.Uioi's Cause <- '  :, It li.tviiifj^coinc, to, the, notice'of  itosblaiul ��������� Tiiulefa 'and', Labor Conned  that Mi J. M Kcllic, uii'til lcceiHly, 10-  prcsentativo for the cli-tuct of winch,  our city foinied a p.nb, lias been  logulnrly ' chosen as ! tlio stnndaid  b'eaicr 'of tlie Opposition party of  Kcvelstoko ' Riding (aii the pieseiit  campaign, theil'pi'e vve, the 'Executive  Commit'eo of aticl ' under auttioiity  fiom said Trades Council, as ,\n- evidence of '.ippipciation of valuable sei-  viees l'encleiod in the p.i^t by .Mr  Kcllic io' the, lnteicsts ot labot in  Kooton.iy Distnct in p.iiticulnt and  'the, riovincc1' gcneially, take tins  'method .of publicly.' c\pics't.ing out  lieaify cndoisi'incnt of his cundiil.itiiio  and vvc respectfully solicit foi 'liiin  tlie' sympathy and ^suppoi t of all  who believe in pionioting tlie interests of tlie piGduciug inasseb by , the  adoption of wise and judicious -Icgib-,  lation' %     ,-   "d'.v' ," '->       " ��������� "  .loliii McLaien, Chillies Jlai shall [John  - \B. Tayloi, Chi is Foley, /1'hos   Bcst-  "vviek;   Bxectttivc - Cointnittee ltoss-'  ". land Trades iind'Lnuor, Council. '  Oilicc of Kossl.ind Tiades tncPLabor  f Council, Kos.sl.md, B _C , June 22  1898      ' '      d -. <, t    '  Hon.   McBride   Supported   Giving  ���������    $15,000,000 Worth of Coal  and Oil Lands io C.P.R.  Picniici McBude's apologists now  want to make out lie was in no way  lcspotisililc foi the pioposal to j,'ivc  nway .11,1,000,000 of coal and oil l.ti.ds  to the C P K The bdst evidence  against Mi MuUiulc is liit own statc-  inent befote the coniinission On page  1G6 he admits he was piesent at meetings of the cabinet on Sept 10th, Dec.  19th, Aug. 10th, when handing ovei  these lands to C. P K was dealt with,  the oider-in-council 'to do so being  passed at meeting on Aug lOlli- At  ihe lnquiiy lie showed he took so little  inteiest1 in tlie ail.ins ot the piov nice  ontilisted to his keeping that lie baldly u'liioiiibeied anything, and the  leason lie gave was "I have not been  botlieimg ni) head about it." Itoie  aie quotations fiotii his evidence showing lie was equally lesponsible with  the othei niniisteis and knew all  about it.���������  "We knew peifectly well that they  (these lands) weiu in pio\iiiuty to the  Feline coal lands, and tli.it possibly  thatinight gic.itly add to'llien value "  "Tlie eliiel coiiitiussionei thunght  he was iicgoti.itini; a gmid llinii, and  J thought so too '  '���������Tins thin}; had been what you  vv.uild callj a 'chestnut,' we u-cd to  have it up .and up day altei d.iv; in-  fotin.tl meetings ut the cabinet would  take place and v\o would discuss it  '  '���������livciythingtli.it happened while I  was a ineinbei of the Dunsiiuiii government up to tlie .'hd dny of Sept.  1901, 1 am equally lesponsible for  with tny colleagues, whethci 1 was in  council oi iiol, and J do not place any  qualifications on that position at all,  absolutely none."  "1 dont think I evei missed a single  cabinet meeting, save in my absence  fiom town J nevei  missed one."  '���������Whatevi'i is done by oidei-m-  council is done by every single individual in the government Theic is  no doubt about that."  Jn discuss'ing the objections to Mi.  McBiide being lecouniscd as the loader  of the conseivativc 'paity in the pi evince, the Colonist, thc leading conservative papci at the coast, said ���������  "It must fiuthei- lie leiiicinbeicd  that the position of MeUndc in inference to a veiv l.uge section of the conseivativc paity is complicated bv the  seiies of political events leading up to  bill No. 10 "'  A leading Ivootenay papci says ���������  "Thcic is not a thinking man in the  piovinoc today at all conveisatit with  McBnde'o lecoid, and inoicn.nLiciil.ii-  lyvvith lhe facts ot ins connection  vvitli the Columbia and Western land  "i.itit scandal   but   believes that it   he  lias not uheady done so" hc';s fully  prepared to sacrifice the prospects of  ^individual prospectois nnd the piov-  inee in thc Jiusl JCootcntty coul and  oil Ian Is'foi the benefit of the Canadian'JJucilic Railway company."  j. m: kelue.  A Candidate, With Creditable Public  > '     , Record.  ' h 1  U,I.'M. Kellie ' was introduced into  puliliuB in Kevelstoke thiitcen years  a^o, P. Ii. Wells, ,1. P. Jlunie, K.Gieen,  Vi'. Newman and nllieia lnjingiinainly  instrumental ii- biinging him out.  The Jioi son government had passed  an amendment to'Mio-mining laws le-  qiu'iing locatois 'within the rail way  licit to pay $100 to the dominion government,for each claim they located  locslahlisli thou liglittosucli location.  That meant the min of'the mining  lndustiy'in this'section. Mr. Kellie  was one of the pi mcipal claiin-holdeis  in,the distnct and was chosen lis the  'champion oi the .people to have the  iniquitous law lcpe.iled. lie ''vvasr  elected and ntithe inst session theie-  after Mi." JCcllie, had the vviong, ic-  pcaled, and was appointed one of a  committee to levise the mining laws,  with the result that Biitish Columbia  had a mining code which was not surpassed tlie'woild over.,, v        , ��������� ���������  Another-'' important pioposal he  made,'but in which he, was defeated,  was to, have-elective councils'in the  various ridings to have charge of the  administiatinn of public expenditures  on ioads7tiails and othei vvoiks. -   *  POLITICAL  ,i  ,   F '.f Deano opened the ball at JC.iin  loops liy  addiessing-tlie  electois last  night. .- ,, ' .  The Nelson electoral <i oil' has ,\)Ti  nclcctois or over 100'less than.Kcvol-  stoke ��������� ?     . ' '    ,  Victoiia ,citi/cns .piotcsted to the  govcin'oi against0 sudden .change- in  date of ejection. . -,:' ,v _ '.   d   J. W. Bennett left"Tuesday, toi,the  soiithein p.ut of tlie electorate to iiold  pieliminaiy 'meetings.  Tlie C.uiboo conseivatives ai'e so dissatisfied with the paity platfonn they  li.tvc issued one of then\own.    -  ,"Aftei all, Richard thc 'Juggler is  qiiitolinagnannnous. * lle'lias leheved  the piovincc of four weeks of his  wise (') ailiniiiistiation."���������Sun. , _  ���������A eciiicspoudent fiom , the coast  vviitestb.il Wostiuipstei, Delta, Clnl-  liw.tck and piobably Kichniond will  tui ii down the McBiide candidates  J. W. Bennett says the action of  Piemiei McBiide in suddenly switching tlie date ol the elections is the  dntiest tuck lie has known on the  part of a government. ���������  1 As Jugglei Dick has shoitcncd the  campaign by loin weeks, let's make il  vvaini enough to keep him winnr for a  few weeks afiei he lcceivcs,. the fiost  that aw aits him on tho3id of October."  ���������Sun.      L  Says the Colonist (conservative)  ' Weventme to say that there aie us  ma'nv coif-ei vatives ,in" the piovince  vvlio will not follow Mr. McBride, having no othei choice, as theic are  libeials who will not follow lSh._.Joseph  Mai tin, having no othei choice."  Sajs the Woild- "Tlie changing of  the election dale at tins Lime cannot  but be rcg.uded in the light ol ii fiiiuil  deliliciaii'ly peipihatcd by the government upon the assumption that  tliiotigh it an iinfaii advantage -ii.ij  he gamed ovei the nv.il .political  paity"  ltelui iiil' I" \ I'ai t,lhe libi'ial candidate l>n 'i mil lhe Nelson Kumomist  (consei v.ttiv, ) Ins nn hesitation in  s.ijmg he tiiinmcd the editoi of Lhe  Tiihuiie, al ^ in11 Ihe ntliei evening,  in a itiii'-iiei Iiil w.i-i as etieet tve as It  was well dl's'.'i ������cl Mi Tan s aiiiilgu-  nient ol John llmi^ton wasseveie,  evcitvvlien it is eotisideied that the  latter is not "a gentleman with a spotless icput.ition." A nil John Houston  is(.(|iuillj as ittcapiible of icplying to  Alficd i'.ni as he was to S. S Tayloi,  when lliebbeial cand.date ll.igell ited  Lhe ltoiislonile candidate with a whip  of scoi piuns on the occasion ol a leeent  political meeting  Some of Jfi. Ivellie's opponents ate  up to their old nicks. JCnovving Ihey  cant licut him in it fan light they tty  to gain sonic advantage by spieading  lying lcpnits One ot these is Unit  the libeials aie buying up the Itiiliun  vote. Another is the liberals aie  negotiating with the socialists to  puichasc tlic'u support and call their  candidate oil. Tlie liberals will do all  they can to pioniote a clean campaign  and don I. intend to buy any body.  Their opponents must be judging  other people by themselves. As to  Mi. Bennett, he is put in thc field to  inn a sti.ught light to the polls.  Having espoused the piinciples of the  socialist paity he is bound to, and will,  do this il he only got ten votes. Jt  would be a good deal better for the  counliy if eveiy paity put its foot on  decimal coiiiiption as thoioughly as  the socialist patty does.  BOURNE'S  A ear-load of Nails,' Rope, Chain, Bar-Iron,-!  3 Building Paper and General' 'Hardware 'just ihk  loaded:   ���������    *     '''".��������� v,I',: ���������  V5.  ���������;':/;���������  t        ' t    I  * 'A  ��������� 'A\  ,.-'^i  M'-    ii'~~ i-*/���������?���������<  . (     i    . j    ,  ' Also a car of' Bran and,Shorts.  ������% ' "������������������,"'' '' V  jj We are doing a big business in Heating Stove's.  .firl  '������'  -1",i  ' -<'������[  - . " w\  ���������    i, j-l  ������' tJ   2 , ,  '   '- -   ,-'!-   L  '.    ir; 'V --M  ���������   < i", i  r, /  I 'I  Headquarters for Groceries  of G-uaranteed-Quality.  i .Agents ftp."McClary's' Stoves,-Ranges, Enamel 'and .Tinware;  ��������� 7*\ -i?i  Pi* '���������" i  ������   -.W<iJ  '.   ^ -..Vs*;������i  '   'Mi  "M.%1  -.��������� ���������*.������-:-.-'??���������;  miiiiiHMiiniia    ij jj-'. 5^,^-1  r^i-'i'ii/l  -       ,-- ---.--      -1 -   -       It.- -    .m-'-Vtr' ,-i������.  Put^in Stock the Last, Few Days:J  ' d i  K   -    '. ,    '      '  iooo yards Tabic Linen.  ' 75<dozen Tabic Napkins."  '., Sheetings, bleached ancl.unbleacoed.J.-"'.-; vV ", ;  '  'Blankets^white and grey/    "���������'-        ' .'"'|T>.'"*'   '  ^Flannelette'Sheets. "  .   Billows:/;',. Cushions.'  ���������' Womenls Wrappers.   " ' '��������� ��������� -child's /Dresses. '  .'ilil.-'T  a* HI '  - am v ������-,%'��������� J������ji  I    '       -'LI 'JlW  '   H,     l   .'.v ���������i^3/t  2:1" '%"&}  a        ������A* fowl  -'   '/-A?-. <">**? i  ' . "  -i'-iV.'' !  - 'Av^v^i-ir-w^  7'-T-'*-  "JJLuks Aon, jJ^umju,^ AnJi^^^-*:'/>.  jT    .; W'/, . //^/..'>A. vL.mh.mm, i^.nM?:  aJLu* <AL������/ <&rv ^fa 4fc  'ArtAlL,  ,       ,        i        y}  . f-' r  M; A. SMITH & CO:, Agents, Beyelstoke, B: C.   ^>J  WILL BE HERE SOON.  Say we are offering something very nice in thc  line of Neckties. Shirts :ind Collais.  We have the finest, line of Jveady Made Cloth- l  in������ in the city.     Our stuck  in  all  lines  is  well  assorted   for   the   big   celebration, and  before buying  elsewhere see what we can do for you.  Goods Coming in Every Day.  Call and see the nice new lines of fine Shoes  we have just opened up.  Our Grocery Department  Trade is improving every day with us, also our  mail order department, which wc are giving special  attention.  MACDONALD & MONTEITH,  KtRST ST. AND CONNAUGHT AVE. THE KOOXJSXAY MAIL.  ^be1Kootena\> ril>ail  '   ,     tl'UBLlSHKD  SATCJnn.VY.  ' ���������AT��������� ,  '        REVELSTOKE, B.C.,    '  Subscription   Prioo. ' S2.00   Per 'Annum  ADVKKTISI.V6     ItATJ'.'S     on     ���������ipiilluilioti  < Chttnjfiw in U(tveili-.uiiiuiiw nni-,1 uu in lij  .   Tuesday of cncli vvcuk to siu'ino'inxid din-  ��������� plnv.   Tinibor notiuu.s,s.iino nilo us (Jn/i itu,  i   ?.ifoi each location. .  ,   ���������"JB PltlNTING promptly cxcciilcd nt i ((issuable rate*. .      , ,,  ACCOUNTS   for   prinliiit;   and    iidvcillsliiK  payable on  firm, of month;  Mibiuiiptlonii  payable in advance.  '  C01{HESI������ONDKNCK  invited   on mat lor* of  public   mltro-l,   Coiiiiinniic.ilioiih lo Kdi-  tor   must,   be  accompanied   bs    name   of  '>   r   'vrilcr. not iiectowinl) foi publication,  but  ,      bj. uvidonco of good faith.   Coriuspunilcnu)  '-     I,ll0i1.1,'1 *������e Itricf, mid muht ititeli Hit. ollice  bj  VV edne'-day o\enin(;.  Address -      , t .  TlJK KOOTKNAY MAIL,  ���������'���������PhoiiiiNo. 13.  , '    Kevel.stoke, li.G.  been icgjirding tlie 'Grand Trunk  thin province would npt gnow be  flooded with Cliine.se labor.,  The Ualga'ry lieruld (conserv-  utive) speaks well of the quiili-  fieutions of the transportation coin-  nus.sion iijipointed by the Laurier  government,     nnd     h.w?:      " Air.  press the public mind with a sense  of the duty owing to ��������� the cause of  labor. ��������� Tho genuine, labor portion  of the meeting seems to have acted  fairly, and it appears to have been  due entirely, to Hie socialist'elcnicnt  that a scene so' discreditable to the  city of Vancouver and to the  socialist party should v have taken  place.    Those guilty of the outrage  Soford is mid   has  been aU his life  time a .steamship man or one favor-J showed   base 'Yngratitude' , towards  able no doubt  to  water routes and  two  of,'the most loyal  champions  Wo request oup numerous readers to  .-..favor  us -with their assistances in  .'.   { making the KOOTENAY MAIL the  ' '  most valuable ^advertising modl-  ' '.'''uzn   In   the  Kootonays  by giving1  ��������� the preference, when^making pur-  O chases    to   those  firms' who   are  regular advertisers In tho KOOTENAY MAIL. .  ,  f) -  ,     CITiT AGENTS.''i   ..'  Copies of Tin: Mail may be obuiined fiom  ihe folloiv Ing city agcnU:  "' J. \V. Jll.N.N'l.TT.  AN- ADA   IJHIKI it llCIOK  CO. '  .     K.  Ii.   WKI.I.S.  cheap rates. 'Messrs. JJertram and  Jfray are,well known. The former  a large manufacturer and the latter  a '.meich.int. On ther' whole the  members of ihe commission, if they  lin vc a free hand, ought to produce  it''good report, oiind it certainly  should be free fiom any railway influences" *      '  v       'J.ONUON (KXGJ,AND) AOKNCU. '  Our KnglUh ofllees atu at .'10 Kleet nit eel, Loudon, K. C��������� where Mussi-H. K. &'.). ifiinly ii Co.  ���������   v\111 receive for u������ Kntjli-h news, Miljsuiiptloim  and advertisements and where a file in kept of  this purer for the ii.se (free of clmi'Kc) of. any of  ���������our render-, viiriliiiK London and duMioiib of  scultiK lhe lateit issuu .possible of hi-, or her  '' ocal paper. \  ���������E.  fc J. IIARDY���������& CO.      .,~  . ���������    IIOMI! ANI1 COLONIAL   <��������� .  ADVKIlTIslNG. I'ltKSS AND,  AUTHOll'S AOKNTS AND  ���������       NKSVSI'AI'JCIlCOitKKrfl'pNIUCN'l'S,  :I0 J.'lcet'Strec't, ',       - ,      London, IC.\Aland.  CANADIAN   Iti;SI.Vi:SS A bl'I'JCIAI/IY.  Every elector  of  the Revelstoke  riding, who has at heart'the welfare  of   the district, must   be  delighted  with  a  pciusal   of   J.'iM.  Kellie's  interview with'the Camborne Miner  as published   in   another   column.  Mr.^Kellie shows  he recognises the  necessity   of  opening op the country,   developing   tho" mining   and  lumbering  , induslries,   promoting  settlement .of  thevliind, .stoppage of  land     grants   to   railways. ' . Mr.  Kellie also shows   that, considering  the largo  amount  contributed   by  this section   of   Kootenay   \.& the  public   treasury,   tlie   expenditure  devoted   to   the, opening   up of the  country is discreditable..- ,  labor has in Canada. ' Socialism  espouses'excellent piinciples and  numbers in its' following as good  citizens as we have in the country,  but it also gathers lound it tbo.-eof  unthinking,' revolutionaiy 'character whom,socialist leaders'themselves admit 'toa constitute a grave  danger in thc, line of advance of thc  socialistic movement.  Hw'ARVEY, 'McOARTEB-1'  '    '  -   /   ���������.       AND.PJNKIIAM,  BARRISTERS, SOLICITOUS,- li'I'C. >  OFKICBb : '.Moi.sons'Bank   Ul.OCi:, ' Kl.Vi:!.-  "  * -'      8TOKR, H. C.     r '  ^ Money to loan. <j  .Ofllccs: Revelstoke, 13. C,;Kort Steele, 1). C.  Geo. S. McCaktkr,   V-  A. M. PlNKnAM. .  .'     Itevelntoke. B. C.  ' J. A.  1I.VRVKV,  l.'ort Steele, JJ. C.  -���������/"E MA1STRE & SCOTT.  eBARitiST-EBS.1 Solicitors, Notakies  '-   ic " -. Poblio,"Etc.  Fir.sL Street.  Revdstokcv'B.U.  -,E  DWARD, a: IIAGGEN,  Mining Engineer,  (Mem. Aincricn.il Itistitulc JliniiiK KiiKintui.-.)  (Mem. CaiiadiaVMining Institute.)  Revelstoke, B. V.  Kxamination  of and reports on  Minei.il I'to-  --  , ���������" , r,  "   perties a Spccialt y. '  Ubcriilisin (says the World) always   recognizes   merit ' where   it  exists., The parliamentary opponents of  Mr. Iioiden  are glad   that  llalif.ix'has again clioseii thc leader  of the opposition as one of'Jts candidates. < Of course   they "will  do  their best to beat  him at'thc polls;  at.the  same   time   they  recognize  that thc selection indica'tcsUhal the  conserv.it'ives of  the capital city of  Nova Scotia are proud of the leader  their 'town   has   contributed to the  notional aiena".    As  the   Mail and  Empire  admits   "in   Mr.   J3orden's  c'.i^e the office sought tho man, and  not the man alio .ollice."    Jt was a  situation in' which   thc   lepresent-  atives of the conservatives from all  sections looked1"' with   unanimity in  one   diiection.    And    Mr.  .Borden  hits justified4he choice.  MR.  KlilAAE THE   FAVORITE.  The Camborne Miner, referring to  Mr. JCellie's candidature, says:���������  "While a liberal in , dominion, in'  provincial politics Mi. ICollic is fi.mkly  mi independent, nnd Ii is, conviction is  that with four parties in tlie field���������  consetvittivo, libera!, socialist nnd  labor���������there will be little 'chance of  cither' of the two' Htrongest'inarties  being able to form n stable govern-,  inenl, so that the result, in his opinion,  will lie a government formed fiom the  raiilcs of' tlie membership, inespective  of party lines. ' The 'Miner intends  using what inlluenco it may possess m  foi win ding tlie candidature of Mr.  Jveilie, as, apart < irotn any political  ctesd, vvo believe him to bo far nnd  away the best ,ninn in 'the lield! and,  inoicover, a good man-in any lield. ,  "Mi. Kall'io'i lecoid as'a niemboi'of  the legisl.itiiic for ten years is hi^ bo^t  recommendation. ��������� He has been tiied  and not, found wanting. Like all  strong men ho has his enemies, but  his fiicnds outnumber them overwhelmingly."  r (",'  |v-  I 'X'-i  mi  H.  .'V-  ���������PERRY LEAKE, .  Mininf,- .Kngincci nnd Met,illuigi->1."  3 7,1 -"        si'rciAi/in:s:  '/.' Examinations   and lleporU on  Mimui;   lJiop  "���������     ^erties.  ,-. Specification and  ConitriicLion of Mmiiit,' Mil-  J    . chincry.   . ��������� .'  I Tests ni.ulc of Ores and CoiiceiiLiiition for CIilui -  "'i>  'ine and C>anidc Treatment. '  .',, Hydraulic Plant*-.  'M i'   A \ Bedfoid McNeil Code...  3-"f^  I ir ,r ,  :^V Real "Estate Special.  house contai  $1,800-  $2,700-^  ;t<  ;eliai  en>.y' term* buys a  siilcndid  nodcrn   residence  and   IvMilots:  house conUiiti'. 9 room?-, situate cast end.  -Two-������tory. 8-roonicd dvvclliii(f on.  Kirst street.,   Jern "lefiidence;   10    rootus.  grounds jO\10B feet, well sttualcd  i flJO OOfl���������Two-story houoo in fine location,  i|)6,i.UU containing8 rooms.stone founda-  tionf cement floor in cellar, (jtoundt j<J\10O.  (CQCn���������One arid a-half stoiey cottage, fire  <pi7clU rooms and bath room. Third stiect.  C-j 'QQQ���������Xew'modern cottage on I'outlh  couple".  ���������'--street, excellent houie for a young.  *R1 1f)n_-^ ������������������Ix-roomed cottage on Fourth  q������ i j i \J 1/ strL.et; a regular snap: could not bo  replaced for Ies- than SI.JOO.  Farm Land in Salmon Arm.  ������Df?f)f)���������Buyi SO acres of unimproved laud  .  <p\J\J\J ''about five miles from  station: good  pasturage. ,     r '  CROC���������For 20 acre������ of gocd, rich land suit  yutjU aMia for fruit, etc., near station: good  term* on this property: onlj 5100 cash tetiun ed.  (tO nnf)-Buj"s 10������ acres neat station. 2.1  yt-iy\j\j\j acres ready foi crop, .'boitt JJ  bearing fruit trees: half cash rcquind.  Revelstoke Farm.'  CO R9*i���������1-"or K0,I1B faun, seven .icies in  $������J,\J������nJ ,crop, all kinds of stock and implements, etc. -��������� '  JTACK TJIB MUSIC!  1 J. M. Kellie's suggestion that the  three candid si tea riow.in thc field for  this riding hold joint meetings before tho clcctois ;d the ch'icf centres  of Lhe district is one which should  meet with universal approval. Afr.  Bennett has aheady agreed to fall  in with Mr. JCellie's" piopo?al, and  we-hopc'llr. T.iylor will do the  same. ,,i\'o candidate who is afraid  to meet his opponent1; in open discussion befoie the ^ people ' whose  vol.es he asks is entitled, to the confidence.-of t'he clcctoiate. Such a  candidate is-the willing tool of the  lobbvist and the despoiler of thc  public estate. The man who Ms  prepared to, do his' duty .by the  people is not aft aid to meet them  nV the open and defend hi*- position  and hi? ctiu=e.  . ''A SHABBY, TRICK.   ..  :   Ilrcamc as a bomb-shell   tltiiTThe  date   of   the   elections    h.iYf   been  changed from, Oct. 31st to October  3rd.r This is evidently'"1!!   trick to  get the polls "takeny before the opponents  of   the .government,'who  had not   figured^   on   starting   the  campaign'for  another three weeks,  could   get   their   campaign   fairl'v  under   way. , The   fact   is   the McBride  go'vernmeiit  is  being   overwhelmed  by  a   landslide from one  end of   the   province   to   the other.  The   repoits    coming'   in   to   the  pienner   have  foiced'him   to alter  Ills-plans, and  this   is   the tfick'he'  has  lesorted   to   in rhis   desperate  .eftort. to  save   the, situation.    The  McBride government   will go down  .on Oct. ;iid befoie  the onslaught, of  clean and  blight  men   who will be  returned   in   such   number as'vvill  ensure good, stable govern ment .for  the province.  ponents.    With such qualifications,  and a good record, Mr. Kellie's supporters can stand   by  him in pride  and confidence, and, we hope they  will not only do' so. but do all they  honorably can to ensure his return.  Mr. Taylor  has  lcpio^ented   the  district for   three   year-, and, good  fellow as he may  be peisonally, he  has been a dismal   failure as a rep-  lesentativc.    During   his   teiih   of  office he has never once made a'trip  through the decimate to ascertain  ils lequirements.    Jn Comaplix, for,  ins!mice, though   passing dozens of  times, he never set loot in the town  between the dale of his election and  the dissolution'of parliament.    JJe-  cause he  was  not on   the  best of  terms  with   certain   ministers   he  could  rarely .jnuster  the  courage,  oven when supporting  them in the  house, to visit them poisonally, and  urge thc interests' of   his- 'constituents. ���������This   had   to   be   done   by  others.    On one occasion begot B.  McBride to go to a certain ininislei  who replied ''When Air. Taylor will  do mo Uie courtesy of  coming personally and discussing the-.c ni.it.lers  theyshull have my best attention.",  Mr. Taylor never went. Jfis friends  have oli'ered  the excuse,that it was  because he was in opposition he nc-  coniplished so little".    Thai  is ' not  true.    He was a  supporter  of   lhe  government   in, 1900, rl90l,< and  1903, and was in opposition in 1902.  I f,in three 'years its ���������a  government  supporter he could do so little, was  it,any wonder  he could do nothing  the foui I h year he was i n opposilion ?  Supposing he were  returned a!.".the  coming election he vyouid again be  in the cool shades of the opposition,  and of .whaty possible Valuedcould  such a man   be   in ���������such a>posilion  lo his  constituents? '- They 'would  be better off   if   iopresented   by a  broomstick.-   Mr. Tii} lor is admitted ly the"'lepresentative  of  vested  interests, and Mich interests aie not  lhose~df tile-mile's ofrlhe people!;  ,Mr. JBenn'ett lep're^cnts ,a nevv"  party 'which goes on/the stiange  principle that'll musljiave ".ill or  nothing." Theic is nothing of f.iir-  ness.-br'justice to those who hold  other views in such   a' contention.  Chamberlain's f  i'or Coughs, Colds, i  iiijjCouKli.   Pi ice 25 v.  '.Ji Remedy.  "i -' and Whoop.  - , !arge(size 50c.  Chambcriain's  Colic, Cholera  and Diarrhoea Remedy.  For JJov.cl Complain!',     I1:ice 35 cents.  ,*>  Chamberlain's Pain Balm.  An antiseptic hiiinient c-pucially valuable for Cuts, Utilises, Spiainsauri Rheumatism.    Price 25 cents; Lr.jje size 50 cents.  rearer  Short talks by the Slater Shoe ad man, No. 4.  Chamberlain's Stomach and  ��������� 'Liver,Tablets.  I'or   Disorders of thu Stomach, jjver'  pud ItowUs     Piicu 25 cents ��������� -  Every oxie of these preparations  is guaranteed and i������ not fully satisfactory (0 the , purchaser the  moncv vyjll he rfiSLsm'tu'       .  wont'go. There are plenty of men  iivlho jirovincc capable of framing  and carryiug out a, mil way'policy  in 'the public interest 'without  advice from Jim Uill or his hirelings at Victoria.      ,��������� '   ' '  Persecuting Corns., ���������  Don't sulTr'i'.. jn������i, npplv Puliiiiiii'-'  Painless (Jorn nnd W.ul 'lOxt i.tclor; il,  cities Corns, Warib, JJiininns unci 611I-  liees in 21 liotn's. Insist mi ������������������J'titiiain's",'  it's I lie he.<t.  'Kootenay' Loclgre  k,.No. 15A.F. &A.M.  *' 1   'J'liCK't'Ul.u lliccl'ntjs  .110 held in I lie IW.iv  oiiic'l'eiuplu. Bonnie  ^j^^J-S"  *. ^ f.       \, WHIM     I   blllipiU!     IJUIII   IIU  ���������c-y^>i.'-;,VA<i\jJR>i^tIuM,  on  tlii,   iluiil  c~^>^>-^N^^&=5 inontli  11I,-b |>.  in.  taigZ?';'~.������'Z>if'-    VisilniK   lii-otluun  .        - . ' ;-"'-" tonliiilly vvolconicd'.  K. aoilI)O.V'Hi:oui.i'Aitv.  ���������Because the' " Slater Shoe " is widely  . advertised; ��������� ,. .  ' 'because a hundred thousand dollars has  been, spent in making it known,   - 0  ^    ,'-'the'makers could not^afford, to risk,the  entire loss of this expensive reputation by turning  out shoes which do not in every, particular back <  rup the makers' advertised claims.  '  .'  So that the wearer secures through " Slater,  .Shoe " advertising assurance tlkt the'shoe is not  skimped in theliiclden partsi that,wear-worthy ,  materials 'arc used .throughout, .'that 'the shoe  must give entire satisfaction,       ' ,   ',  '  '   , 'because an advertised shoc-vhich docs not  satisfy, is subject to tcruiincs as much'criticism  as "a si.oo whicn'merely wears' but does not  .  mr./.e ci::.:'.::c::ve claims of superiority, such as  those m.:de for the "Slater Shoe."  o .  ���������    r And this large acivcrtising,expciuliturc, be--  sides forcing the makers to maintain the qtialitv  ofthc."S!atcrSliOR,yrr.duccsscIIingcb3t,increascs'' '  factory out-put���������permits specializing, w.ith'ali'  that means in economy of making.        , '    .  is  'U  thc,  'JIIERJS'S THE RUIJ  WE   HAVE  MONEY   TO   LOAN  by   the  bushel on liuvclstokc Ue.il KsUtu. .mil  can a.s-isi you in purchasing jour liomc/  rt" YOU want to buy or sell real estate, it will  pay jou to give us a call.  .     LEWIS BROS.     l  Peal Ei-intc nnd Insurance Agents.  Zbc Ikootena^ HDail  <Ui.'IQMH  SATURDAY, SEPTP:MI3KR 12, 1903.  The report of t thc meeting of  shareholders of the Northwest  JJevelopment Company, appcarin"  in another column, will be read  with interest. The shareholders  have taken thc proper conr.--o������in accepting >fr. Roscnbcrger'o suggestion to have a thorough investigation made of the property by-  competent men. The property is  in the gold belt, and as thf "first  gold-producer on j-Vh creek it ha?  been proved to have ore earrv'iti"  good value-, but no step- have been  taken to prospect the giound and  develop it.  The premier is living to pump it  into a section   of   the  electors that  the duty of'"thc faithful"^ to vote  for his nominee if it is only a yellow-  dog   or   a   broom-stick  * Mr.   McBride will find  thc  majority of thc  electors   recognise   a   man   v\ho.sas  minister-of   mines,   voted   to ������ive  away between ff 15,000,000 and .f20.-  000,000 of   the   richest coal and oil  lands  of  the   province   without, investigation' is   lVot   the   man   to lie  entrusted with the premiership.    Jf  Mr. McBride could   calmly tell the  committee of   investigation   "\ did  not,   bothei    my   head   about   it,''  there is grave danger he might, vote  to sacrifice even greater interests of!  the  people  without  bothering   his I  head about it     Jflvery  elector'who  votes to  support   .Mr.  McBride as  premier under these  circumstances  votes to  continue-the  reini of intrigue and spoliation of the property  of  the people  which   has   been the  cuis'o of this province.  INJUSTICE TO  PUOSPJOCTORS.  The McBride government cannot  help showing its hand in regaid to  the coal and oil lands. Not satisfied  with supporting, when  mines, the scheme to give awav;  these valuable coal and oil lands  to the C. P. R his government has  now refused prospectors the light  to prospect these lands, evidently  with ti view to dangling them befoie the C P R. or Great Northern,  whichever v\ill put up the biggest  corruption fund. A prospector"w ho  applied got thislettet:' ''This application has been taken into consideration   by   the   department of  Several avowed objects of  socialist party aie "excellent, and  some find'expiession 111 tho policies  of both the liberal and conservative  parties, but it has no definite' phuv  save that of destruction in tlie hope  that it may build better anew.. Wc  believe this i������ ;i dangeious policy.  As the statesman poet says:���������-������  '   " As-thoiis.uKpyo.us sc.uee sen oil  - to toi 111 .1 state; ~':  An hour in,iv Ijiinsj, it to tlicdtist "  . His better   to   um; existing institutions and   to'iefoim lhcm~in the  clesiied diiection* than   to  .ttlcnipt  to abolish 'altogether' these' insla-  jtutiop.s which the collective wisdom  of   the   age, - ha������   built    up.    Wi.  believe the,triumph of'.the socialist  ideal.befoie the   1ealisat10nufth.it  pioccs of reform, which is   the. essential, of   constitutional    government, would Jesuit  in a disastrous  minister of (state of thing-, such us tl/c paralyse  of  'enterprise   and   indti^trv,   iind  wide'-pread   niin   and   disaster ,to  ���������worker and   small  capitalist alike.  The socialist admits   his   plan1 cannot be successfully  operated till it1-  adoption   is     world-wide,   and    is  theicfore   chimerical.,   The  statesman of thc piesenl has to deal with  the practical'and   the   leasonablc,  and although   the  flights of  f.incv  may e-uhlish   ideals" which   it   is  SELKIKTC LODGE. NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  iteels uvi'iy 'j'ttesil.iy  evening     in' Selknk  f/rs        >ot Ji?-?       ''-SSv*1'1"     riX. , S    o'clock.'  '(L������^x^*~'''" ^N^i)Visiting biitlueu eoi-  v-������-'  . -s-3^&'(lially  invited  to  at-  ' - tOII'l.  .1. OO'TIIIJIT. N. (}.        ���������     'J  JUATJI1K. Si.J.  Made in Canr.Ja 40'ycars.    Goodyear vvtlted..  I-"or men 5'I.OOa:iU S3.50. '  Tor women ?3.50 and $5.00.     *   r  '' >SOLE AGENTS:      '/,'     ��������� ���������,        ���������'   "      ,  Oi Bi- HUME & 00.;VLimited, ,'  ,���������������      '     JiUVKLaTOIvli.'B.stJ. '".,'''     *.,,    7      '  a  ��������� ,   H. B. ST0NEX,'  MACHINIST  AND  GUNSMITH,  Opposite Ccnli.il Hole!, licvclslolce ���������'  Ijtillic .mil   Gi:ni'i,il M.kIiiiic Woik  ' l'iniii|ilh   'KM'ciit.crl.  r>\������ATERSOIST:    ;  Bricklayer and Stonemason  i' 0. iio\ 101.    ������   'ui-;yj;i.sTOici:, 11 c. *  All Inies of JI.Lsi/n i\oil. tiii(lijil,iKen.J '   ���������*    '  ' Kslnii.ilts Kiv1.11 for ImililiiiKs, ete  SAMSON & PAULSON,.  Painters, Paperliangers, Sighwriters  "'* "   'KALSOMINING  Olllct'h I I'Ci'ivi'  1.  Ui'cciiid stii'i'l,  o  DONE.       ' '  nnmpt iilli'iiiinii.  ���������ix    JtreVHLSTOKIi  ���������"   -R. ��������� H0WSON & go.-; ';'  Furniture Dealers, House Furnishers and Undertakers  ''    ,   " ��������������� \  , Have just opened the lamest stock    ,'\    -.  ,     '   of Carpets in thc^city.     ������     . '   ' ' .    ������ .    "<-.  Linoleums, Riigs, Toilet.V/'ape and'General House"Purnishinis  iMolvKXX.IIj yVVKNUK,  JtEVKLSTOICE.  e.tds iii1 line  ���������enow-how of  ,     . ',/-,'.,,,���������       --, well to keep in   view   and dc.-iie to  lands and .worka./oi which Hon. R. I attain, thev aie of no eemccj todi.v.  McBride is chieicommissioner.JandI When the editor  of  the''Cl  I   am   instructed    to  01   ine "Uidi ion  . .     ._-        .        return   you \ stated befoie tlie   labor commission  cheque lor ?o0, aivj   to  inform you fih.it socialism had  it is not the intention of the crovern-' propriation of a  ment to i^iw   licen.-es   to   pros-pect IcomDenVilion.he.Vilvocatod'ii policv  ,0r,-,, A"0   I,ctro!eum   in   il'-^ltliai.   under    exi.-UnV   conditions,  section      J he proppector^ of British 1 could    prorlt.ee'  nothm'  Columbia   have  a=   much   righi to   revolution, and  .inarchv  the^e coal and oil land- as Jim IJilI,0f which mifrht be little  Qr thc C- P- K. < li^   awful   '    ���������-       d       'revolution.  in   \ievv tho e.\-  property, without  LEABN TO WRITE .  1. C *      1  Shorthand and Typewriting  and do Bookkeeping.  We conli.iet inuliT si'.il to pl.tcp irt.ttl-  ti.iti". itit.iiliM)l (iOd.iys from gi-,iilti.itnif,r  .it y:-!0 per month, 01 i-lsi- p.iy llii-ni I li,a  .inioiiiiL (Mtli iii'ontli till pj.icci]  llaiidsoiue (.alalui'Mf tor tin; .is,Uuiif.  Vancouver Business College,' Ltd.,  ';    It has become ycnenilly known' that Wilson  'raildriiio'.'     Our New Y.ork training gives us the  doing-the work. ' - ^    "r      ,.   ' - ���������  Sec our display of-Trouserings for the trousers season.  Our Fall 'stock of goods has'arrived. '    union siioi  e     J. B.*  ' MoKISNZJE AVISNUJ'J,  Fashionable  9       : Tailor:*  N'BXT TAYLOH BLOCK.  u&1  LJ. O Box .31 I.'  VAXCO UVKU, li.  C.  INCORPORATED TORONTO   SIR J. A. BOYD,  18S6.       ' J;    "���������=���������������>.  - ~~~ President.  ; .hhoit   of  , the lcoord  better than  '���������lory   of    the    Kronen  These nie'rif-ks that no  Premier McBride finds the combined dutie.- of premier and chief  commissioner require so little attention he ha= to fill in his spare  timehy trying to run the dominion.  His demand from (lie dominion  government that Grand 'J'runk construction   should   proceed   at once  AX OUTRAGE.  Jivery good   citucn   miii-t   have  read with feeling.- of pain the report  of   the   socialist-labor   meeting at  Vancouver us reported in the News-  Ad vertiser.    If that   report be true,  it is a di-grace   to   the  soci.ilii-K  Ralph Smith, M   P., vvdt   iefu-,ed a  bearing by a howling mob 111 whish  R. P.  I'etti piece,  formeily   of   Fi-i-  gu-on nnd Revelstoke. and man.iger  of the " Clarion,"' a[i|iear>   to   have  taken    a    prominent    p.nt.       Now  I'verv man is entillud It, ,1 f,iir hairing 111 a   public   m> .'ling, and thiT.e  who   refuse  such  Jie.inng   and  |.ie  have.-is   an   insane   mob arc either  afraid   of   the truth, or  so  grossly  n.'irrowminded and bigoted in their  view-  that   they  (ire   a   menace to  good   citi/.enship.    As  a   result  of  the outrnge Mr. Smith left the meeting accompanied   bv   dirK   Foley  and the member'-  of  l.ibor   unions.  The-e two men luive done much for  labor in Canada.    The former, as  ligent  afford  THH ELECTIONS ! loyal  NextSaturdav iff nomination dav  and the election-;   may now be o.tid  to be fairly  upon   us.'   for  Hcvol-  sfoke there arc  three candidates, .J.  M. Kellie. independent; T. Taylor,I  conservative,   and   .].  \V.   Jiennctt,!  s-ocialibt.    We   believe   that  J. M.!  J-Celiie is the he.������t  and we ask for  him  tne .  evervmanwhoha? at heart lhebe=ti       .      ^>"'j:   ^i<->>   f'llr-  ju-t, ex  interests-   of   the   electorate.      m*',HTi"i '--"���������''fkite   v.ho-e   return  extensive   experience a&   a   public ���������' ',wi"J mo^ ������ em-fieifil n, 1I10 inn--.  lii.s  cl  jatriolic, humane   and intcl-  communitv    will,   or   eitn  to   Lake.    Prof. Jfeii'on. the  j.-oei.ih-t writer,  s-.iys     "Wc do not  I deny that  -ociali.-m   ha- iU ris-kf-."  liev.   C. ' Vail,    another    sociah.-t  writer,   -ay*     "The   change   fiom  one stage   to  another   cm not  take  man in the field.! }J/,?,C': "nliI ,f'"fliti���������J  irt   npe for  the support of;  "',..,  OF MUSIC   ^ ._  COtLEGE  STREET.       *^^  Dr. EDWARD FISHER, Musical Director  The   Best    Equipment   and    Facilities,  and Strongest Faculty in Canada  A tlioioiigli, .11 list ic, nifl liiimliuil    t  .VIUSIC/VI,   KDUli VI ion-.  i.uc.il  Ccimk;  KmiiiiiiiiiIidik Ik.IiI ovurv miiii-  mur 111   ill iiiilnln,  >,oi'ili\\c-,l   'I'un itoni'-, and  Hi Hull L'uliimbi.i.  f       JTis Certainly Complete I  A-i, '* tlie.vviiy a customer  puts-it nfieV  ex.iiiiinin^  the  extensive  line  of |jl "  J:    Gtnia .iihI iiiiiiiiiinii.ioii shown in ottr soul li window. *sr  *f           We arc .selling the I.i test .mil lietL assoi led sKilU ever oHviert in tin; ������f������  <$*>   city this season.             '                                  , J^ v  cartridges:    ��������� *'  AVe have tlie ICnrnotli loaded Willi ICirnntli .Suinkeli't.s Powder. v    *^������.  The Ti.ip with Ottilia it Harvey W.ilrr|>mol' Somkelesp Powder. >&>  The Trap wil.li Dupont'.s yniokele.ss povvdei.                           > JL  The Vnlf.iii. vvilh Knowles' 8peei.1l Smokeless Powder. jf  4������  6I10I C.i iissicliiislUllimoic. .iiul Iv. I", 1).  llciniiiKloii. unit otlici-s winch cinnoL  X^  be oq 11 illud 111 Hit! oily.   VV c li 1111II1- S.lviiku lfi do .1111. VV inUicsIci :������:I0. .um nil makes  ^*  ul 22.    liusiiiuiinilKivu iin.iuill botoic ihhuImmiii; for Lliu 1st. $3  School of Literature  and   Expression.  Jli>   lin/ XiclioKon Culler. 1'iiiic.iiml  l-'ull K.i(.iilty.   .Ml bi.niclii-, Uuglil.  Xii  CALIiN-DAIt.S AND  KM,I, VKL.'s   Kltm:  When wi itini< plci-u muiilluii The M.ul.  , W. . M.   LAWRENCE  Taylor Block', Mackenzie Avenue,  i'OIt   llAlimVAl.'K    "���������  0\f MAj kinds  JtEVKLSTOKJi; H.G  f  iM^44^H^H^4^^'M^M^^^  man. hi.s clean record during thei  ten years he represented thi- district  aL Victoria, and the excellent at-,  tention given to the opening up and >  development of the riding during'  his representation, justify u, j,)!  a-king for him a renewal of thati  public confidence to winch everv!  111.in 1-entitled who h.t.s done h,w |  duty Mpmroly and lionoraidv. 1  'l'iie humblc.-t electoi in flic rid-f.  ing alway- felt that hi.- repn-i nt-',,  ation.s   received   from    My.   Kelho  of the peop!< and to thc piov ince  as -i whole i', in our opinion. .]. ���������\f.  Ki.u.n..  Learn By  Mai.ixt,  Coa-l .1(1 Ve. ,   ^,t,it(.  linde aiifl   (lemiiii-teij   h.ivr  and fin bi  "UK   I'liOVIXCK  Premier Mc-  ii' en j  I ween I  s  arc known  world.  fill over (lie  kit'', L'el ting I  ru  t Norlli  and .1 f.tt  p< lipid of  seci.'tly Hitting  to  Victoii.i aii'l -��������������� 1 t(ii; i)j  |>om<"i.s ir','11   the   I'm  .1-   to   a   rail,  iv   poiicv  e|eet|()H    lillid    hi    llldllll;  , I!rit,i-li Coliimi.,.1 in  give tie- C,n.i\  that   courtesy   and      attention    lo I Northern tl  which    tliey   were   entitled.     Tne [not  prospector   knew   that   Mr    Kcllio I .Jirn'ffiliV American railw'a  never hesitated   to   undertake  the | will   -hortly  hardest trip into  Ihe mounlnin  I-'nll  laurhc  fi'fiin  ��������� <,-  cn  Uolk  irs.  iT-ccilain for himself how farpubli  expenditure on roods and ti.iikwas  justilied and necessary. Thc  citi/en, thc   mine-owner, tf  i'.tii tte-  re-'l   of   the provimc  vet ? pfiroptiated i;y the (;. \>, f{.  y policy  | will   -hortly   'no    -tprnng   on    the  to! people ns an   emanation of Premier  f     ,,,    ,,    ...    '     "  "      ���������"   '.'-;    -��������� ... -V......V....     ,, .1111.J1, .is <i luiu/uti, ttic   mine-owner, trie   work-  from the I ac.f.c coa-t. nnd that straight labor representative from ing miner, the lumberman, the r.nl-  no Olune-e labor be employed, Nannimo, lias been i.nceaMne in roador, recognised AJr. Kellie as a  was a Jittle late a.s tlicoo his criort.s to 1.secure legislation atLcrsonal friend, with whom he  niatter.- Iincl already been .������������������ttended Ottawa favoiablc to the worker... could disc.,,* his grievance and  to by Kalph .Smith and the Laur.er Chris Kolcy, as candidate for Yale- know that J^lim.-Uc cases always  goyernriicnt. Jialph .Sn.itl, point, Cariboo at last dominion elcclions, had Mr. Kellie's best attention  out 11 the coiuerva. ivta had been as and as   a   member  of   the Chinese   Mr. Kellie   always   fou<di(   a clean  the   C   Pep"t   M      n������     1    ,   ������" h������im^h>������rd  J'">vincial AIininK  campaign, and   we,   w.sl,   wc could  tlie  Ul.lv.  as   the   liberals  have I Association has   done  much to im-lsay the same  for some  of  his op-  Mr P.rid'  cm gob  coast   to   tin  exchange foi the votes Unit are lo  recoup Mr. IIill'.s fre.-iMiry many  hundredfold. ,Some(o,i-l hlxral's  who have horelofore been 11 swieiriled  wilh Jim Hilld i-cliemcs have been  ordered into line by Ibeir railway  masters, and will whoop for Alc-  Biide. i'he people of Ihitish Columbia aie on to Piemier iMcHride's  wily  schemes,  however, and   they  Pitman's Business College.  Opposite   lloli-l   Vmi(oiivi,.|-  l/NDKIi, TirK AUoI'ICKS Ot''  The Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society of B. C.  WIL\. UK UK].\) AT  JVEW  mESTMIJVS&ER^,   S.   C���������  September 29 and SO, October 1 and 2  $20,000 SliiZESAND ATTRACTIONS $20,000  Halcyon Hot Springs  Sanitarium.  ffrtile briun, and Ameri  will  flow   from the f'arifir   '"JT'H AIKDICA f, WA'l'ICIJS of  ll.d-  tlielcv     inM.nl.ilr,.   i��������� ' ' V"  ,1 I (���������   I II-   IIIOSl   ( l|| ,| | | VO    i II   l.llC  vOGlvV   mOlinl.tiri.S in    ,������������������,,,.    ,\|���������.,f{.(, t,,,,,l tetnerlv   foi  id I N'eiwuet ,iiid Miisiiil.ii dise.isei,  Ijivci, Kidney jirid Slomieh iiilmelils  mid .Meliillie I'disdiiiiifr, j\ sine tore  lor " Th,it. Turd Keeling." Sperml  rales on .ill lin,ils ,unl tiams. Ttvn  mails .uiive mul d(|iiul evei \- d.iv.  Telcgnipli ((iiiuniitiit.ilion with .iii  |i.n Is ol' lhe vvotld. An eNpei teiiced  m.iss.ingei.  HaIcyo n Hot Springs  Arrobu JLaKc, 3. C.  OPEN TO THE WORLD  A Id,mul  Mniilii'iil V,  Hill, Clnliliui  A III in lions.  JIONhTKIt K.VI.Ult.SlON KliO.M A 1,1, POINTS  if I leisure fur I-iiui VV hole Oins-Utidssi.  T��������� MmM\,  Hhnniiocks (>r  IHJIIIVIT   LllCKlssc   ('111,,   \V(.s||,lll|s|l|   I.,l(:i(lsS(.(Jllll.      KiiuWoi-ks.JI.iM'  s Spill Is, ^I.ln'lllll( fill   Illltllllll.lllOIIS.Ulllllll CuilLL'lluidl CVUIIMIK, ri|IC(.l.l]  AT C!ItKATt,V KKDUOJ:i) K.VTIOS  Sfo   Entrance   Fee   Charged for  Exhibits.  I, I'ltsidciil; Aid SiiiLl.ur, Aid. llolmus, Aid. Wilson. Cl. 11.  K.I'   Aiidcixin.   \\r. Jt Uillcj,   h. A. I,uh is. I), a. (Jui lis, (J.  i;sc( ulnu   'I. .1.  Ti ill  ISijiniH'i.   VV. .1. Millings.  A. W'tlsh, Cii.u. Adams, .lolin Keid, VV. A. JJ. Jonci-, J. A". 'OuiinJiiBhiuiY  Koi I'i i/d JjisU, I^ntiy J'oinis, nnd full pin lioiiliu, wnto to  T. J. TRAPP, Prosldent.  W. H KEARY, Managor and Secretary.  ���������HUMJUJjpi  ,|���������fr\   I    ClIN   I   O     and Copynsht-:  " Olltlllllld III nil   (.OlllltllUf,.  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent  Attorney  Mucli.inic.il Alloimj mid Ijifincor.  Hoom .'!, I'-.urlluld Mock, Cr.ini iiii- si. ni.ir J'.O  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A   poslcnrd   will scenru .in ovrnfiiK appoint-  muni, for lliosc ivlio ciuniot call uuniiK lliu duy.  ers  Raw Furs Bought,  Cash Prices Paid  Exporter of Furs. THE KOOTENAYMAIL
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' Meeting of Northwestern Develop-
' ment Co. Shareholders,
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Committee   Appointed  to   Investigate--Treasurer's Report. ,
(IIoii,.'Ii(oii Miiiiiik G.i/olle)
,     Liuuiinii town Inill vvns ii Hod to tlie
w.ills. vvitli conpei   countiy people vvlio
iibbciiiblcd to,hear lepoits  concerning
tlie Nbitlnvcstem  Development syndi-
, cctonnd'to discuss  ways  and  means
to evtiicate tlicni'-clvcb horn financial
.difiicukies into which tlicy ii.ivc fallen
. Piesidcnt A.  S Scott set foi th a biicf
history of the concern, Sketching  tlie
[conditions  which-led  up  to   piesent
''onsio     Jle vventovei the gi omul thoi-
' oughly fioin dnoctoi's  side of tlie situation, showing  equipments  hud   been
unwisely mhtTillcd because of misle.ic.l-
' ing lepoits fi oin Supt. Jiioek concern-
mg leqiiiieineiiDs.   Tre.isiuer GetclielP
picsented tlie  following summary  of
leceipts  find   disbtiisenieiits  since ho
iissumecl oliiceon Oct 20, ]'.)02
'     c]!l (l.It'ls, ,
ILiliimc Oct  31      : .     'l.V'll 87
��� Miiiu'vicUl to Vu��u-t 27  .1.10(1 ITi
Jjuiiis friini litinli.s ..'     ....       '    ��� U,.7(I0 (X)
Siilo-CorsUicK, ole    'J..   ��������� l.t.'IS Hi
Noll's for stock ,  ,    .     ... SHI lilt) 00
OiitstiindiiiA'     .. . >.    .. .Mil ���)">
J'nid on note-   . . '.   (i.        ''       -- II), 131 lil
Total   .       ''..'.       .     ?WI7(JI III
. '       Dlslll I'sl Ml.Ms
J, iboi .mil supplic-      Sl'1,'110.10
riOpertN pimiKMits ���     .    . ...    17,000 00
J.o.nis mpiiid       . .... ,r NIIjO (10
(iold\M)ltll\  pl'1-Olllll  .'1WI 71
HiocK iiersonnl. .   . . .,                  7Vi (X)
rioutci  peisomil   _ ..      --0 0.7
Auonicv feu-r'     >' . .       ���      "01 I'i
Jf.icliincn .iccount .                .       I '���'<���'' -0
Snndn e\p< iw      ,, .                       -.201 (1.1
On liniid EiepiPirbcr 3 '..          .. ..,, fB0l
r Toml ,        . S"0,"n-1 01
H was ���stated ilieie una to nulcbtcd-
'nessHoi   vvlncli   eninp.inv   is   li.ihlu   to
the  extent, of M 1,000, ol wliid/ip.') 000
��is ow'ctl in tliecoppei   countiy foi boi-
towed 'money' .mil   .VJ.000 m Hiitish
,Co!iiiubi.i fof l.iboi
K 'Bl.ickuell stipci inteiideiit ol pio-
puitv at time of shutdown, piesontod
,i blackboai I sketch ��ho\virg wot kings
venio and Jay nf land lie went into,
.in cxliaiistivu dcsiiiption ol the pliy:
stenl condition of the piopcity and
ansvvcied ninny questions He cou-
, sideis piopoity wottliv offuttliei pios-
licctmg.      . '
IL 'A. Biock sketched his connection
with the syndicate lie said when tlie
company was oignni/ed he expressed a
dosne to take chaigc He was given
ihe position'and elected inon.igiiig ui-
icctoi. taking position on tlie board
vacated bj A. bVRotcnbeiger "With
.'the advice and consent of tbeditectois
, lie installed sa.vmill, ti.iin line, statiip
mill and other equipment 'He finished by les'gningand daiing balance
of lioaid "-i diiccrnia to do likewise
leiviug1" afiaiis'm the hands oi thc
stockholders '
It came out that the eight' claims
besides the (Joldiineh, winch .tic lield
on bond until ne\t December, 7iio to
'cos-t a total of VIM 000 ,
,' .Vice J'lesident Cut Lis was the ne\t
' speaKci, and bis iciii.u-ks wcic hugely
devoted to answei ing Jh biock MIe
said lie was selected to uo to.tlic piop-
ittv in middle ��i'f list wintci at tune
vvliut ihe picSmieed slatting of tlie null
was long ovridn'e, and woik in co-opci-
.ilion with Mi Jjiock Tlie mill finally
,went into loihmission, b"t dillicultics
weie'oul^ beginning Theic was no
available oie with vvlncli to feed the
null, the giound being coveted w ith
L"> feet.-i nioie of siiow, tbeie was not
enough w.itci to supply povvei evciy-
tlimg bung fto/en up; ilieie was not
enough coal to keep the iotges going
so ihat^diills could be sliaipened The
etitu ' plan of the equipinent was well
conceived and it was well installed the
oniy missing factor to make a good
mine being developed oie He stated
while Uiock discussed the sawmill,
ti.im line and stamp mill, he was silent
on the hotel and stoic vvlncli lie built
and furnished at the coiiipanv's expense and which had been ' tenanted'
without a cent of icvenuc 31c stated
a gieatdeilof monevv had been spent
In Jiioek of vvlncli tbeie hud been no
account, and thcauditoisvvouldbc.il
'linn out in the assci tion that tbeie
was no uav of getting at a detailed
.cost oi thc coiistiuctiue      l
becict.nv Goldswoi tliy in ins le-
maiks stated that the IL.ucock oflice
bold lecvipts lioni Biock foi $14.21)52
"VIi Biock stated a few minutes beloio
the amount spent lot development of
pi open v was *52,000, fci pinJia^eof
Goldlmch !p2.") 000, at il ini.ii the nia-
tinneij and oihci accounts *' Mi
Goldswoitliv stated the tequisitions
fui money genui illv c.iine by lelegiaiib
and tliedinectois vvlic thus depuved
of loiisideimg the attei dchbciatcb,
as needs weic alvvaja ichk ~"nti'd as
wiy piessing. and wen aoiuall.v ~o,
being constantly nculcclrd. .Vs late
is Kebiiiaiv 10 Inst Jiiuck bad ns-eited
if he was cnilv niven ten dajs moio he
could make (lie piopcity pay espouses.
Goldswoitliv sttted m.uiv bud gieat
fniih in Biock. :ind Ins glowing pictures had deceived them Tune slipped
along and eveiyoee lived in hopes that
something would develop winch would
linn things iIn. v.u.iipiiiv's way. But
nothing developed and nothing has
tinned the company's way jet
Ditectot Dodge made a vigoious
speech, u"scntmg m most vigoious
teims the iiisiiui.il ing ch.uge made by
liiock that tiie entne bo.ud ot dncct
(its had been u'liiltv of malfeasance
It was Biock, be asaoitcd. who had
spout the money, and Biock was tlie
man accouniabfe foi it Tliednectois
had selected linn ioi a position ot dust
and misted linn to fill it He had
bcti.iyid thnt liu&t mil mnlcd tbeiu
roia ei ntng eondinuiis In answei to
i (inesiion, Iliock stated th.il I e had
mailed fiom lb iltsli C'olnmbi i a weeklv
tepoil or tin woik lie w is noi pie-
paied lo s iy w hot Ik i oi not it had
been icieivcd in IIiiik ock, liut, would
vouch that it had been sent
j\ V Rossi nlicigci said that, if 'he
would lie given absolute iissiuauco
of a I hi oughly complete liusini'si
management made up of people
v\I���<>iti he nppiovcd, ho would put
foi th bts utmost clients to ��ave the
investment of  the   sloekhoklei.s     Ho
thought that with  proper   assuiancca
about   ,the   management,   he   would
be able   to   secuie   leasonabic   terms
from the ovvneis, by which tlie   stockholders    would   be   able   to   furnish
the    funds*  noccss.ny   for   piymcnts
and development   in   small   monthly
installments, thus airangiiig   iniittei.s
.so tbeie would not  be a   heavy diain
on any one at any time.    Ho lefused
to discuss    past     enois.'    Bvervonc
makes lfiistakes.   The   one , (piestion
now to be considered is   how   will the
piesent      and       ftituic     needs     Le
financed?      lie   declined   tlie'entiie
gioup is  a  netwoik  of   fiec 'milling
gold veins and the propeity   is   today
what he repiesented it to be two ye.xis
ago���a     big    lovv-giade    fiee-nulliiig
piospect.    The      piesent       coinpany
took hold of   it    and     attempted   to
develop it immediately  into a   nunc,
while thc   cobl-hcaded   western   gold
miner stands in awe, wonileiing'when
the piopeity is to bo  piospccted.    Jle
leconimendcd a  systematic   piospcct-
i��g..jindi.f,'kpiess,cd a desiic tosupeivise
such woik  himself,  stating   that - no
one had yet been in cliaige who  knew
anything   about      geld   piospecting
lie then   asked   that a.   committee
ofcAfioits be   appointed   to   examine
the property and be ,wotild   vohintcci
to accompany   them   without cliaige,
show them over entn'e   piopoity   and
let   thcni'  piocccd   in' tho  examination accoidmg to the'u ��� owiii'in'etbods.
Jf they tinned him down he would acknowledge defeat; if thcylicpoitcd fav-
oiably and bote him out in ins claims,
wed and good; in cither case he would
face  the  people of the coppoi countiy
when the coin in ittec made  its  tepoit.
Uosenbeigci^ appealed   to   make a
good impiession and his plan wits con-
cuncd in   The chair appointed a committee of nine, which is to confer and
scenic .i committee  of tlucc to visit
and icpoit on the piopcity   Following
is the committee of nmc  Capt Thomas
Mnsltn, F S.   Call ton,   Capt. .Jtichaul
Edwaids, Johnson Vivian of I^.tiuium,
Charles Gclgci, Itich.ud Itoskclly, William Smcock, Thomas   Coughhn  and
L J[. Jlichaidson.    The  meeting ad-
loiunecl' lo   leasscmblca at    hauiium
town   hall Tuesday evening w hen the
committee w ill icpoit',-       ,-    ^ -
It was lecomnieniled the investigation committee should lonsist of a
cnppci countiy .-business man, to look
ovei thb'west accounts, a, coppei coun-'
tiy nimifg engineer and a western
gold mining expeit. A subsetiption
foi stock was opened at 25 cents a
shaie to defiay thc expenses of the m-
Ostigating committee , About .$200
was subscnbcd and the balance nccces-
s.uv is app.uently assuicd
The Story of Morning Tiredness
is told by impute blood, pnoi digestion
sluggish livei and tueil neives. It is a
w.ii ning nf veiy set ious ttotilile ahead,
and should ptompt* s"nsilile people to
Luke a btactifp; runic like Feiio/oned.in
eiii'tgetic liivigoiaiiL ^anil 'lebiuldei.
Fci IO/.OHC will giv e you <i shai p .ippe-
lite, pioniote good durerstion ,ui(l soi.ncl
sleep; it will feed and eneigi/.e the en-
Icebled oigrins, sticimlheu the neive
and vital totces .nut I emulate the heat I.
Fet lo'/one changes that Lit cd tcelmg
uito,vigiii. s(ujnglh and .inilntion, and
docs it quit klv. Keiiieiuber the name,
and ins|sL on having only Fi;rkozom:;
its^be best tome jn.fde Pikc 3()i p'ci^
ho\, oi'"(J hoxus loi Sji.ol). aL Di uggisl s,"
or N. C,Poison &; Co.,   Kingston,  Out.
II.WlILTON'a  JJII.I.&  (JURLO  (Jo.Nbl'lI'A-
TIO.N.     '    '        _^  f
Lardeau   Properties''- Consolidated
by1 Minneapolis : Parties.
New? Company  Contemplates  New
Smelter and Tramway System.   '
A new eia in the annals of Lnide.ui
nimmg distnet of 13 C is in.iugiuatcd
thiough the oigani/ation ot the Kootenay Consolidated Mining Company
of B C Limited, with hcadquaiteis
in Minneapolis, sivs the ltossl.md
Minei. The coi potation is n meigei of
lialt ,i do/en well known L.iide.iu gold-
stlvei-lo.id mines, and Links with
thc most lmpottaut mining deals m
thcpiovince It is easily the biggest
meigcrcvci put thiough in the I,.u-
deau-Duncan countiy. and has within
it potcnti.i'ities of the gieatest niipot-
t.ince to thc whole distnet , .Iitdge
J Jl Jhllci has been instumient.il
in putting thiough the deal
The KnoioiM} Consoltdatid nieiges
tlie following' Latdeau ptopeitics
Old Gold, Pnnuosc, Mount.tin Lieu
Ti'e.idvvell, Black Wanioi, Liideau-
I iincan, Guinea Gold rXlci.snm.
Spting Gioup, Silveiy Moon, Coins-
tock, Jiio Gi.inde, Baltnnoie and
Aina/^n The Old Gobi and Pnimoso
li.ivcalicidv shipped oie giv ing ictuins
of ovei $L00 pel ton, and a luge
tonnage is stoied at the mine nwait-
ii-g shipment The Black Wamm,
Alount.im Lion and Tieadwell have
consideiablo oto bodies blocked out
and oie in tiansit to the Mueller
The lciuaming piopei ties have iem.uk-
a bio sui face showing icqiiii tug only
liidicious development to make tlicm
lmpoitiuit sluppeis ""        >
Minneapolis capitalists an. behind
thc meigei, among the ���������nen thus
intciested being JJi C. S Uiulley
Colonel II L Aicher, II. S Dudle.v
and Jl. 0 Millei. All aie e.xpeiicnecd
milling investois, having inteiests
in Coloiado, Nevada and California
Alte. thoiough examination of the
Latdeiti-Duncan piopei ties just niet-
ged, the Minneapolis people pionoun-
eed them equal to nny of then holdings in tlie states specified.
The new comjianv has mapped out
a coinpichensivo piogiam foi the
ptopeitics meiged. Dcvelo linciit
of thc mines is to lie pushed ahead,
and in addition the election of a
siiii'lioi nnd tne const melton of ti.un-
i\ ivs is coi'itemplati d tngetbei with
the devclopinent ot w.uei |>���wet.
Ample capital has been subscnbcd
Input these plans into clleet The
siik Itei will piobnblv be established
ni oi nen i I lie head of ICootcnay
lake, with ti.im lines i.tdiatiug io the
mini - conttolled by   the   eoipoiation.
J.   M.   Kellie's   Views���His  Is  a
, Practical, Progressive Policy"  <
J.M. KellieJ in an interview with
the Camborne Miner, Miid:���
"I am in'the field as an independent candidate, though J, have
leceivcd the endoroatibn of the
liberal convention held at Ivevel-
'���toke. While I do not expect support fiom the socialistic party who
have their own candidate in the
field, yet 1 can count on many conservative���and labor votes and
practically tho full stiength of.the
liberal vote. .       " *
���'My object in going into this contest is not  a- seeking after,political
honoip, of which' I  have  had my
shaie as a member of >the house for
ten  consecutive   yeais, but J   am'
actuated by a desire to see the mineral   and   other   industries of  the
province leceive jus-t treatment,and
if'elected  J   shall  bend   my efforts
towards th.it lcsnlt'and other.legislation looking to the opening up of
thc interior and   in   fact the whole
piovinco, which   with  its splendid
nnd.vaiicd   lcsource.s. i.s'not.icceiv-
ing tlie attention it deserve-.   With
legard   to  timber  manufactures, ,1
believe that   many 'vexatious legal
lestrictions ictaid the development
of tliisJndustry, and   thc  hamper-
Icgi'l.ition of such natuie should be'
revised.    It has al��o often occuiied
to me that' much 'might he done,to.
encouingc  the   clearing   of   small
faVms throughout thi* nding,especially for thc iai��ing of pioducts for
home   consumption,   winch   under
exii-ting conditions  have to be purchased ubroa'd at-gieat expense for
tiansportation.    While ciown lands
suitable for farming'tne not,in any
one locality throughout the mining
sections, obtainable in huge tract--.,
vet tbeie is much acieage scattered
over.the country contiguous to good
maikcts  in   mining   canip=, which,
if   sudicient   encouragement   were
offered in the way of  making them
accessible 'by   building   of" loads,
would soon be settled upon.        ,
' *-"J am opposed!  said . Mr. Kellie,
to any fin ther'grants 'of, land to
lailways' on ,any   condition, but if
giants aie applied for, I would favor
<t bill that  would  compel any cof-
pciation to publish, 30 dajs before
the meeting  of  tlie  house, the aid
applied for,  failing  which -no cor-
poiation_would   be  allowed during
that session Ho  ask for the passage
of  a bill in   that   diiection.    This
would give .the 'members an opportunity   to   ictiiin   to, and   befoie
.voting on such impbitaiit meastne-,
consult then constituents
"It is my intention 'to ask tho
other,, candidates. .Messis" Taylor
and Dennett, to hold joint meetings
at the vatiouo places nvthe liding.
���;0 that tho'elcctors~\vill have an opportunity ot he.ning ,the views of
all paities Timely notice will be
given of thc date selected to hold a
meeting in Camborne, and my
piesent visit is to get in touch with
ni} many old fiiends in this section
and to meet new ones The mining
nidiistrv, concluded Mi. Kellie, has
alwa\s icccived a laige measure of
my attention, and I think this foie-
niost lndustiy of the piovincc is
laboiing undei many advci=e conditions which intelligent legislation
would do much to lemedy. A'
brief study of the public accounts
will show that while the levcnue
deiived from mining and allied
souices in West Kootenay is about
30 per cent of the ordinary revenue
of the piovinec.eyct thcexpendituie
devoted to thc fostering of v mining
is prohablv- upward* of $75,000 less
than what i-ueceivod from this
souice in the di-tnct "
Be Quick.
Not a minute should be lost uftei a
child shows symptoms ol' eholei.i infantum. The"first unusual loo-uness
of the bowels should n be snilicicnL
winning. If immediate and pi ope
tieatineiit is given, seiious coiiM'i|tiei,
ces will he aveited. Cliauibeilaiir-
Cohe Cholei.i and Di.irihoea Heincih
isr Lhe solo leliaiKc of thousands ot
moth'jis and by its aid > they have
often saved their childt'on's lives.
JSvprj' household should have rii Imttle
at hand. Get. it. to-day. H iiinv save
a life.   For sale by all di uggists.
We believe wc know our business.
Otu business h to help yon do vom
business. \Yy supply tip-to-daLi; luisi-
neas incin-; and methods,���moncy-
s.iving devioes and bow to use then).
For Manitoba, the   Northwest  Territories and the Railway Belt in
British Columbia.
ti:nc!wj:i.i. j.oosim.i:ai.- Li;oc.i:it.
Loose heiif Files nnd Ledgeis with
filings, sp,.( i,i||y mied, printed, peiliii-
nted'and punched lo suit iinv si \ |.. (,|
biiidei'. '' "
tij.n-c. vvi:i,r. tiiaxsi"i:k i.-jj.i.
Kootenay Mail Publishing Co. Limited,
"   '     UliVIDLS'l'OIS  ���.  P.. C
J.0HSCS foi Kia/nig purposes tiro issued for n
I oi in ofjlwuiilj-onu j cni-s, .Hid LlioicnUil isal
lliu into of two oonlh (in ncio ]iei iiiiniiiii, puy
nblo lmlf f'cuih In ndvdiicc.
Liuuls included in u ^ni/liif; Ic.ihO may be
vwlliduuwi foi lioinoslciul eniij, snlo oi mil
h.ij pin poses, bill no lcntal Is chained on kik.Ii
lindsfioin the date upon wlilcli lliej aio with-
di.iwii fiom the lu.ino. '
A lc-hco of Kin/nig lands is not entitled to I lie
liav theicon, but,lie may, upon apiilie.ition lo
Hit iiKenOof Doininloii Jjinds, oblain encli jcar
the (lint penult, to cut on his leaseliold ivlnit
evei qiiinitity of bay lie may rcntmo for Ins
own Use, ficuof dues, Ibcdup.uluientrcsciiIiiK
I'u; iiL,rbt to issue puuiuLs lo oilier applicnnU
Applications foi kui/Iiik leases Hliollld be
in.idu lo tbc^ccietau, Depiu tinenl, of tlie In
Lnioi, Otl.uvu
"    Sceiet.uy, JJopaitmciiLof tlie Intor'oi.
S .S*.   I'Archir " or S. S.   " Larrleav.'
KuiiiiiiiK   bctHCLii    Allowlicnil,   Thonihoii t,
l.iiiidniLV anil CoiiiiiplK-. coiiinieiichiB Oct   Mill,
l!)lll   ��il I -nil is tollou's twdillioL'pcimittiiiKl:
,l.i ave  Aiiowliciul   for 'I'lionisou'e. lUindlnn
and ( oiiiiipiix twice daily at 101c. and lik.
Liave CoiipiiiIiv and I'lionisonV J.nndin(,' for
Ai Kivvhead tu ice daily al 7.1ok. and 12 Ijk.
Jl.ikin���''close coiinecl ions  wiLb  all C. I1. II.
Li.nils mid boats.     , ',:
'1 Mo owaeis icseivo tho n/;lil locban ehmci-
of sailings wnlioiit notice.    .' t
'. \ V. IlOniNSON,.
MiinaKiiiK lllicctor.
, 300a,WestminstiM   Road.       '  ,
Fruit and' Ornamentaf Trees
Rhododendrons, Roses,
Holland, French
and Japan
Garden,' Field and Flower Seeds
1 '  >      ALWAYS IN STOCK.
The Revelstoke'Navigation Co. Ltd
(Dm ius season ol ln^li   water.)
t  Leave Eight Mile Landing each
Bee 'Hives and Supplies,
"' .' FERTILIZERS.      ,
OaLiIofjiie fiee.
m. j:i henry,   .
Vancouveh, B. C.
Standard remedy for Gleet,
Gonorrhoea and Runnings
IN 48 HOURS. Cures Kidney and Bladder Trouble1;.
,'     '   rj".ivefL,i Piute iMihji , i
~.SPECIAL TRIPS iv ill  beMn.ide"between dates, ot  tegulai   sailing  vvhen-
evei bnsini"-b offeied vv.n tantb siime.
'      ( li {���
The Ciirnp.iny icseu-e the ijght to
change litiiu .Ltid^d.iys of sailing vvithJ
out imtiee.       ' [q *,,        ' '*
.     Master.
'Life is short. ,
One third of your life is spent'
in bed, supposedly in , perfect repose,  sweet,  healthy,   beneficial
restful sleep���a balmy relaxation
from every care. ���
Do you spend, it so?
If not write to ,
'    VICTORjA, B. C.,1
/ i -
for an Ostermoor. All sizes in
stock. Price for the, full size,
i   ���   '���.-'I
,. 'li. V
First Cost is Last Cost and Only Cost.
'���HEADLIGHT,'-- 5tXK '
"EaGLE.", 100- mid 20IK
���'���LITTLE COMET."     .,  <   ,.
'for sale everywhere.
Are the best that can be bought    ' '
��� i /       '     j ^     r ' , '
i ' i " i * ���
Don't experiment with other.and'inferior brands. �����
'USE   E3DJD,"5lT'S '  ���i
O-    r
v _,-;''/i'j
"! '���' u *
I "    T -���   I
' '',""'   f
"V >"?
C. D.
i  ,'  Eui's-er
.ocean steamships;
' 6 Royal Mall Lines.
Cheapest Route to thc Old Country.
CAN"  PAC. ATLANTIC S S ���l-'ioin Jlontieal
f,ikt M.inilobi                   ^ .             '        SeptS
Mount'Jelnple Sciir. II
Luke ('liiiinpliiin .          ' <      Sejil 17
Uiko MilIiik.hi bunt, '-''i
Luke Jjiiu ' Oct. i
Tho Kootcn.tv Mail hats boon
appointed .njuiit . foi oiil of
thc l.ugtM' Canadian Papoi
Wiappinsj papoii m tollt, oi
Il.it, and pipci bags oi all
weights and si/.es supplied to
oidcr punted oi uupiinlcd
Kootenay Mail, Revelstoke.
Miss Jones' Voice Greatly Improved
A Mai llllifr   nupi (iv Hini'iit,   i~   iidlKe-
.lllli' III   Ml������ .Tillies' -III J1II1J        I I cl   Mllll'
I- -I i miil'i'I . and ��-��� xiiirl - (b'.mi ind
-i\ ��� "i. i I b.ui In-1 (. i >��� n-iiitrC.ilai 11 ii i/, n ie
vv bub t- .i VMindei till .nil in -iiii;i'i~,
-pi'.ikTi r- anrl  iniMisifL-      Catviti.uo-
/JONE iMIVI.i:!!. iii-iiii- .ili-nlnli' Iti'i-
(bnii fi mil Cnlil-, O'Kiiih- and (l.it.n i b.
lie.li- Mi" lin-r" ind llirii.it, .ind pie-
venl- bii.il-em'��� .nld bti-kin.'-- C.i-
t,(I i bi>/.illi- in ike- II)'' vim i" Inllhnil
.mil eiidin inir. mil i- um niiiiiiinili u.-ll
lei <>iii11��� "iii 1 ���'��� I 11\- IJ| una D.inn.i-. im-iii
liei- nf LJ.n li uiii'iit, Livvvt-. I).u inland ibnii-iiiiil- ih.if ti-i" H dmlv IJ.'llei
tiy Cil.n i li'i/.iine. J-*t if ��� ��� !>1 (1(1 mil
-i/e ^"ii. Di u^iii-is, oi N. C I'nl-iiii it
I'd , Iviii^'-ln.i, Out.
Hamilton's  Pius Cfiti:   Co.n-iii'-
newly im-
of Chinese
ported stock
and Japanese Sv
Thc best assortment te\cr
laiided in ,Revclstoke of
'1 (' L -Cl \ let -
1'lllK- -    i
lla-ki I-
Ciiiii. Uli.uis
JIiuidl.( lv.llR.l-
I Inwii I'ul-
tjniliidl.i -am.(1-,
Liiiii.Ii Kii-ki ts
Slnokln-C I,h.i,l'I-
.Silk OdoiK.
1      'ALLAN LIM..-I
'ioii'i Jlonlieal.
Sept. 1
Sept. IL'
Field urn *
'   Sept. l!i
.SepU 2d
.Oct. .'i
-Fiom MonLieal.   '
Doniinion  ��� "   '<"           ;
^epl. .1
ICen-nnjLon      -        -   v
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Can,ul,i      '
Supt 2b
Sou1 11 Mill k
Oct. 3
���lAom lioston.
New I'ngl.iiKt
(-cpt. 3
M.i} lionet
Si.pt. Id
ftepl   21
\eu |. iikI.ukI
Oct. 1
-I'lom Xeu Yoik.
Scp( 2
ar liiinl
.Sept. i
St. JjOlll-
Sept. I)
NTe�� \oik
Sept. 1(1
Phil uli'lpln.i
Sept. -U
al  Linn-
Sept. .11)
vviii no sr vn link
���1'-|om N'cw Yoik. *
Tout mill.
Si pt. 1
Gel inuliic
r                     Supt '1
Sept   11
Sept. Hi
Sept. lis
���Sept. -��.I
..Sept. 25
Sept. JO
'      CUXAKD LI.Vi:-!'
toin New Yoik.
Pai ii.il li i.i
1         '     .Sept. 1
Sept. .i
J'.llllll l
. Sept. U
Sept. 1 i
Camp una
Sept. I'I
Umbii i
Sept. 2(1
Cut patliiu
S opt. 2U
The Mines Exchange
/���      r ..^.^^ LIMITED, i      '  ,K'y 7  ��� ,  ."
'We fiu'ni-h icports on all kinds of, metallifeious mines and  piospects,T    r-~
Lowest (pintiitions on listed and unlisted mining stocks.  ^
.  '   ,'        <..      OFriCTAI, BKOICERS-'FOR TFIE   '.     -   -    <d ^^
Calumet & British Columbia; Gold Mines Ltd
NELSON, B. O. ���
,       ABRAHAMSONIBROS, -PROPRIETORS  . >"    ^ ���-.{' ., , ->,
Newli'   htiilt.      First-'chiss'in .every lespcct    > All modern convenience.0
,,   '    ' ,      - - -���Large *S.imp!���~I��opinsrJ���='--- .��     , -;  -
'���,   '   Rates SI.50-per Day^       "[*   Special Weekly Rates.,  '"    _-    7'^
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake,-under same
��� ��*    *, 4"1,'-"jCVsl
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Pas-.cnin.is Lioki Lid LIhoukIi lo all pntts o
Gient 111 it.mi mul ImjIriuI. anil nt sjiu uilly low
intcsio nil |i.ul�� nf lhe iMiropuin coiiLincnt
Vpplj to ikiiilsL iiiihv.ij oi sio unship ngont oi
($��  -
The Best Rouse in Town.
Well Furnished
i <i-\- **���
J -     ���     -
Good Table r$��
Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.
W.. HAMILTON. Proprietor.
lt    ^'
w. p f cumihin:
Agent.  Rovolatokc.
IS. Pacific Affent.
1'incsl stock nf uiiiiIii s mul Ti ml in town.
Front Streui.  Revelstoke
For Sale.
-I OK-
Mining & Legal Purposes
Transfeis, Options, Povveis
of Attorney, Statutory Declarations, Pioxies, etc., can
be obtained at the
..Kootenay Mail Office,.
'I ho Miislci- MerhiintcV I'ntoTni fcoip heals
mul inriiiis Um skin, ulnlc rtoinptlj cli.nisln^
II nt Kiiiiic. oil, insl. d( Inviiluiililc fin mi ���
(li inliw, fiiitin is -.{Hit Isiiien 1'iot sjitnphi on
luiipl nf '.'c fin |iiis|nKU Albeit TuiIlI i-uip
Co , IliullufiiLHIlL'is, Mul.lit.il
Jas. I. Woodrow,
Retail Dealer Ins^.���r1^rT777^>.
Fish and Game in Season.
.Vll nrd'Tsproiiiptlj filled.
REVELSTOKE, B. C, audKuiBbti'IIcu
sell vv
ply nl, cillic
.sliiiics  in   I!
Kill' (II   pill l.
iliici'  iiiiiii'.    Will
l''ll|     |l II t II  I,lilt's       p-
Koon:vAY Man.
E. W. B. Paget, Prop.
Pioinpl (Il'Iivci) of p.titcls, \wjj<,<\>jf>,
etc, to nny pm 1 (if tlio Cit}-
Any Kind of Transferring
All oideis loft nt K. M anWtlie'h
Tobuccu Stoic, ot by Telephone, No 7
will ipueive prompt .ittrntion
Shirts, etc
ably furnished  with  the choicest the market
affords.       Best   Wines,   Liquors, & Cigars.
Rates $ i a day.
Monthly rate.
Just Remodelled and Refurnished with all Modern Conveniences.
Rooms in Snilcs wit It /Sat/is  and   Toilets attached, flowing Hot
and Cold Water, Inside Toilets on each floor. Gas Li'o/iled and
Slcant Heated 'Throughout.
J. C. GREENE,-Proprietor,       -        GOLDEN, B. C.
' "1   ��l
WH   iMANUI''At!L'Ul.M-:;
Cooks'    A |ll OI1S
We cm supply vnn wit li a Iii ���?(-class,
loose lc.il d.iy honk .'ind ledger systum
vvhidi is bettei lb.m Lhosc yon faenct
cibt lot .mil is much less in* pi ice. P.t-
Itoni/.e home mdiislry nnd send lis,
���\otir ordeis lor (outitei' hooks, loose
lent clay hooks mill ledgers .ind ivijnis
iles ihurefor.
.Siuiiples .ind pi ices cm .'ippliLilion.
Ovei nils,
IJeiiiin Pauls,
'i'wtcd I'unls,
Cotloiuidu I'.inls,
Kiikiiil'Lii' Jackets
AVailois' .laokeUs,
11,1,1 lieis .l.iektls,
(lingliiuu .l.tel i Is,
jVIissioii Ii'I.uiiilI Uii
/    iliiuiai.
Cn |w,
(JailicnleiV A pi oils,
Wiilluis' Apions,
I'aiiiteis'nnd I'liustcr-
crs' Ovci.tlN,
]\Iacl,ina\s Coats,
Jlackinavv Punts,
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-^^sa^Calgary, Alberta '/,  M? 7  Air  i.W '  ���������u  i  r'd  TF  '*'.  I  it  5 '   !'  ft i  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  |H?V7'.'��������� <  Sd1" '���������. v  /.;  !  <!    I  (    t  l$-'ij")  %' >  Hid':  We have a lartre assort-  ���������ment ofjthe best American ' find ,   Canadian  makes of  " '        "     t   ��������� i <  '''' Ladies and Merit's Parses  "'Card Gases and I ."'  ( ' I < I  ��������� Chatelaine Bassv -   .������  Social and Personal  .)  M.Kellie lotiiinid fiom the south  Ifrndiiy. <    s     ,  M. llvatt'eunie  in   ficnii   the Rend  Wednesday.,  CMicels  lo bo in Nol-  .1     V,   I  I -'-���������'  i/it-  nV-J<  I If, t  ,   C     ,ft  All   the^ newest  on hand at the  ���������  i  es  <L.  ���������V,  i  ,^,   7   ,  CANADA DRUG  AND BOOK CO.m^ted  ,'      "REVELSTOKE.      ,  lUCAL & GENERAL  ir  *j j  Li*      '  1 I    V  *!,. "       .  |yW ��������� '  ^^1*1       r.  J>> '.'   '  '  I 1 'f s u . i  I -TjPfi -j, ���������   ���������  IjC^-f'Sl     r  Ji      T  l������l>j' .���������������  -T^i*f*  *7  J V Wr"^ ���������*  y**A/  t o, l_ .y II  J far u-      , ,l  |^7a4',:iJ-'^i  ��������� ,$. ^-   r/-r      Jr        .  tfMi'".-* t  y?{ I'XI* '?,    '  *p d  ^A/JT^^r V^-1.    ~-r  ( Mis. ^y*llkcb will  leopen'hcr kindei-  g.uten school Mclndiiy.     -" >, ,  -    ;_ Kodeiick   McDonald   h.iih his nun  crushed to,pulp in the rock-hienkei at  t   I H.ill Mines binelter.     j ''   ���������','/���������  "J������? a jAr  Brookficld,  a  C'P. 11 employee  ,   'rat.Hope was killed  on the tiuck uhile  '������   f * asleep onjn's velocipede. i  " ,AThe nucleus, of' the^libraiy at the  ^city.sclidbhhas been seemed and foi ins  -. ~'aii excellent selection ol books. " *  , ' H. F." Wilnfot is tip.iointcd mining  K recoider at Veinon, and will alsoaci  ��������� as^deputyo,iecoidei ( foi the hcadj^pf  i    Fne,valleW,,;,V,      /      ,'-  i'���������  The Salvation A "my i-s holding its  .^-^hai-yest-festivul Septembei������21, 22, 23  , -There will be special fsei vices and a  * >- sale of goods.  t'     *f A.E:Millei,  piincipal   of 4tho  citj  ' v^ schools,' is getting togethei a good col-  r     lection of,woie ���������specimens   foi ihe m-  /nforination of pupils, , i ,  '    -   r. G. Forbes luisiipplicd to^puichase  '    160 xcic-t of. luiicL south   of Fciguson  , y and W. B Pool has applied to pinchasu"  i 90 acres at i'opl.u  ������, . ^Thef ,coiiti.tct for'election of the  ^Presbyteiian-'maTise lias been Jct'to E  ��������� E.Jjt"d.iirJwlio "will st.u t woik"on the  , biiilding'immcdiately.     _,*,,.,���������   ������-   ^  '-.,' jN.'T^ Edw.iids'stniirgaiig returned  from'the Bond this vveclc/having com-  ,pleted the Canoed river  trail   as l.u as  Bigniouth. <. M. illy.itt  will, linibh the  eniRinmg ten linles T J *  Since the elections aie boing'inshed  on, it is piobiibio theic  will be sevcial   ..st^vv--"-������    <~ imiioitant sneeches  tfl  lepoit. and us  j-l'TI^^ j,���������^ %^_" ~ (dwe( shall, give aid candidates and  ' "- ' --,--"wspeakers the fane'stdind >inost libutal  -j- treat". ent^possiblCj^vvc inayfh..ve to  hold over thc continuation, of out  articles**" descriptive'of the" mining  sections of the Bend and Laicleau till  after the elections.       - " !  v " ���������*The C. P. K. chalet, .it  LakcLouisi'  , has pioved ]to  be -the   most  populau  , "���������   ahiong'the mount.un  hotels thio sum-  iiTerand   ever*'"since   it   was  opened  about the middle of June, the nunibei  of_guests lias always been equal to thc  com foi table extent of accommodation  The style  of  this institution is some  J    vvli.it unique while thc management is  ,   about as near peifection as  it is   pos-  silileUo have it. - ,  VMis. A. McGiegoi   met  vvitli  a bad  't accident Tuesday     Mr1 McGiegoi had  -   taken her nnd  the  childien out foi a  drive  with   Mi   Fleming's   team   and  '   carriage and had retui ned.    While the  children   vvcie   being   taken   out   tlie  "-'   team bolted.   The baby and   Mis  BIc-  ,Giegor  'vveie   lliirwn   out.   JMis   Mc-  -Gregor having her hip dislocated. Dis  Sutherland and Graham attended and  reduced the dislocation^  ' Jim Waidner  son no.\t week. '  0. M. Field i etui ned  Monday fiom  his soiuhein tu'p       '  Mi.   nnd 'Mis.   McCarter   ictiuncd  home fiom BiinlV S.ittuday. '  " it  Gcoige 'Attwood,   of   Poigtisun   i  appointed .lustiee of peace.        '    >  lion. li. Giccn uent' in to Trout  I/ako and Keiguson iMonday. '   '  Ktitse Bliss aniied last. v.ofek'to take*  a position in the city hospital ''<  ������ Mi i.ind   Mis.Jl'Inpps   and   family  letuined fiom the coa.t Monday.'  C. 13. Trumo and "Capt. Hughes le-  tuincd fiom the Big Bend Tuesday.  Miss Fife, the new diessmnkei- foi  C/Br'jlume it Co, has an ived in the  oity. ,     '  , < > ,  ���������     ,  JJu I so Campbell leaves t with Niuso  Foul next , inontli r for, the Knslo  ho,spital ' ������  Mr. and Mrs. A. It. 13. llcani have  been on a visit to the city, as guests of  Mi's.JUickd     , ' -    '  F. J. Deane was in the cityTMondny  on his way to Kiiniloops to still t hib  [���������0litic.il campaign.      >    > ' '  Mi. sinc! Mis. W'nlley, who h.ives  been visiting Mis. G. Al. Clink, left  Thin&(lay for Nelson, ' ,  The suijjoc't for ue.\t 'Mon lay's  meeting of the l^iwotth League is  "Ait"tiv\hich will be led by Miss Adair  and Smith ' ,  Supt Ivilpntrick .iccomp.'micd tho,  'Chiimbei of Gommeice delegates von  theii dip over his division Monday  en i onto to V.incouvei.,      ' t, <  'Xtnso,' Jfaggaid,' who i-j to ,ha\e  chaise of tho Revelstoke*.hospital, is  expected to ai live horn Montieal beginning of Octoirei 'f~feho bungs' with  hei anothei nurse fioni(the east. ,  "ir*'A Bio\vn\ittonded thoTenitoi-  i,iI Jtille association meet at Calyaiy  and was placed in font out of six competitions "aiid.^vvas* 18th   in gi'and ag-  "���������t ("rale ^^ \  ^    J   ^     ^  * r*  Blla.lll. -���������1 -I- Jl * ���������- t 1  V [i.u tyjof spoi ting gentlemoii fiom  Pittsliutg went'up thciiyei this week  on ^a limiting expedition and will  make their head quaitcis at 'the Du-  qiiesnc company S camp       <     _, i  H R Atkins and C! I fill ten ictuincd  Satuiday fiom'a shooting t1! i[> to It It  McLean's i.inch at Giand Pianie  They lejioi t hav ing ' had a most enjoyable tune and bagged 7'rbnds. ' W A  Moms accompanied   them   out on the  nip r/       "*      "    -----  royal; CROWN, SOAP  The Best in the World.  ''   M'ail us 15 Itoyal Ciown Soap  '  {' Wrappers, and in return' we  will mail a beautiful  Pictuie  ' i' si/.c 10x20 ; or for 25 Wrappers  I'-' your choice of over 100 books.    ������  , iDiop ns a post card asking  for a catalogue of premiums  to be had' FltFF' for  Itoyal   >  '      Ciown Soap Wnipiiei's    ���������"  1t    ���������Addios.s       , ������������������      f  The Roya! Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B.C. d     ���������> Limited.  Dr W.J!  Gmiy,   resident   I'.entist,  lOttghc.id block. *        * l "'  J ce ci cam, soft drinks  nnd   eider at.  the City B.ikeiy.    t    <���������       ''       ���������  , The St'. Loon Hot Spiings .'ins   been  opened  and 'is  now icady to accomodate visitois, i ', A    v if  ;  Leave your oulcis for [lies ol any  kind���������meat, niincc or, fruit���������at. the  City Bakciy.���������A. 13. Bennison.'   ',   ,  Tr.ivclleis visiting Bevelstoke will  Iind the best accomodation < .it' the  Ccntml Hotel, Abiahnnison Bios,   o;  When you conic  the Centinl Hotel  to Kevelstoke luul  bus to take you to  iotel.7 ii Abiiihamscii f.Bios  ii   good  L'i6ps   '     ,  ' jYotii ciiaiicc is NOW fui an enlaced  photo with each do/en cabinets, for  this visit Oily. IIoie till Fiuhiy, evening, Sejit. ISth.   It II. Ti iicnian  i'.l C. irutchibon ml una tus be has  aiiangcd foi a laigo supply of tiuult  coal, Oideis for, which may bo left al,  K xM. Stiiythe's or W  M. Lawicnco's '  Although the went her was threatening there was a good turn out at tho  .Labor Day spnls. The piogiamino  opened with,a cieditablo pioccssion,  headed by the band, and iii whvieh  vveio well got up floats, by W. Bows,  MaeliiniaU, It. JJowson,'Canada Drug  A Book Co and'rM A. Smith it Co.;  a novel automobile handled by B. 12.  Adair and L Schnider, in which tho  cut went befoie the horse; laddei carriages of iNTos. 1 andf2 litcrtbngades,  oidors of Blacksmiths! linilei-innkors,  Maehinints, with a splendid muster of  75, and Kagles to iiumiioi 'of '20 In  the iloals Wi Bbw^'got" liist pn/.o������foi  an olloctivi display of tho business of  the mortar and pestle; the1 Machinists  weie a wauled second lor ti niostei editable lepiesentat'ioti t of^theu tools and  indttstiy; C. B. Hume it Co got 'tliiul  for a piotty. aiiangcmpnt of itbbons,  faiicj' matoimis,"etc , specially sotting  out (heir dry goods0 dopai tincnt.  fiolcsts weie enteied but dtstitissed  by tho oom in ittee. '  The spoits piogiumine was t-[)ii?.ul  ovei tho two days. On Monday the  gi eat'event was the laciosso match  between Kainloop-> and Ilovolstoko foi  the Fulton CYup, and on "Tuesday tho  piincipal events wcio laciosso between  Kevelstoke and Veu'ion iiitotniedintes,  and baseball between "Undciby 'and  Kevelstoke. ���������        , h  I.AC'KOS.Si: v  TENDERS WANTED.^  t i* ,.  QKAL1SD TKNDKHSVlll lie I'oodlvoil up to  O Hint includingTlnusclay, tho J7111 inslant.  fur tho puicliasu o������ cuituln buildliiL'Hsituated  on flic Lanuik Ciioupof JMInoial C'luimt,, iiboul  two pillch oast oti lllculllavvnot .SluMon. J''or  fiutlior lufoi ination, foi ins ol tondor nnd con-  dittoni) of hhIo, apply lo thu utidcialKiiod.  'I'lio lilghusl or any lundui' not nocoH'jniily  ncGuntod. i  , ��������� ' .7. V. AHMSTOONa.  .IJiilod, Itovolilokp, L'nd Sept. WI (  I'or the Kullon  up was:  Kamloops���������    &  ('.tmphoH  llnrtloj..  1'iokoriiiff (  McC'iiiiinck  .MoDoimld  cup 'match the lino  ia  POLITICAL   NOTES.  mcctinu ol  , _._ j>Nt ._���������   .  R ir? /ftfift^"���������-? / -5 -1  ������.Cfte'is    -   '  I V *aiv -*l Jf. ���������  '-'���������S^'Vti', -.  7he<Proper* Treatment for ta Spra-r  1'  \ fined, Ankle.-        (7   .  : *     r    * -" -.'  As a i tile a man vv ill li'i-l" well siii?.  In il it lie i.in Imlilili' .luiiind - mi ciut-  ( hi's tuycMii I li i ei- vv ci-ll������ a}}",., ,spi,lining his'anUl", ,iililf it \i usually Uvii  i.i tlui'i' vveejv'. or mon i lis b"lot e ln'l,bas  hilly i ei nvc'Ufd T1ij,i������hu umi"i'ess n v  Inss^it Uihh, lin in/iianv cnst^ in vvhicli"  Uh.i'in\H'il'|.iiii's *i',im l'l.ilin lias ln.'1'ii  pi iiiiiplly'.ind tieely .ipnlieil^ a coin-  'plete.i ut^y has been ellectid in U-s^  t biTfiTinp^vveek's- UiiiV^TlihI in "Xcniif  vv illiin lbi ei-days. . JAn ���������> il-4 bv all  di uggf-ls, " r  .      ��������� ���������  " "       ,V       .'        ,      -        1 7 .......  [il uisililo, dislionoiiible ,Dick Mclh  ha"s rdetci mined   as   a   last' despci  last  night     Piesent   The  note   Mi Leod  mid*1 Mc-  Ir-'i  <    ^  A Sure Cure for Constipation.  Some remedies cure this di-,ttes*ini;  complaint in a day. some in a inonlh.  but NKRViraxn nevei f.iils ro huh in a  few minutes. Just ten chops of Nervi-  line in sweetened water���������that's enough  ���������unci away goes the dysentery, cm ed  to stiii y euivd. Neivthne a I so ciues  Cramps, Uolic, Pain in the Stomach  and Sick Headache. Ic hasv live times  the strength and dilative pinperlii's  of ordinal y remedies, and should be in  eveiy household. Better buy a 2.jc  bottle and try it. Nervihno is all light.  IIamii.ton-V I'illp roil tiik Livkk.  Mr-etlllLT  M.i>oi, Aid  Mahon.  couhLiroMicvrt    ,  K I low son, stating cattle tie-sp.iss  :n ceiueteiv, and otlcung to take  chat no of gates, also asking that small  building bo elected���������Gates to*1 be re-  p.uiecl Mi   llovvson to keep kevs  J mpeii.il bank ic gi.ule of ������treet at  now building. The ninvoi slid as  mattets stood theio was no gi.ide He  uiged (stablislniig a gi ado by bylaw.  The cit", solicitui said he knew ofo no  eitv in the mteiioi which had an established gt.tdc. The citv was under  no obligation to any man to tell him  wheie to put hts building���������Bank to  be it,foimed sidewalk will be placed at  guide lecoiiunenclcd bv city cn gin eei |  Gcvi.uvr. ( <{  Decided to obtain supply el   meters i  P    Macintosh   attended    and    she  A'meeting ol Mi. Kellie's suppoi teis  of all shades,of. p,utyspolitics is called  for Mond ly n'lght at the looms of (he  Liboial Association The business is  to oiganisc coinmittces Jo fuithoi the  inteicsts of the candidate. All who  Can come aie invited to attend *u  7T \V{ Bennett and othcis, of llcvel-  stoke', vvned tho jiicmici i piotesting  against''change in, id.it1 of election.  Similaj piptests went fiom all pints o'f  the piovincc, but Dcudnejy Dick  smiled a bland smile and icm'iuked to  Capt Tatlow,/''We've/cuchicrt "tbeie  fellows     boo them squeal "r        ���������  Says Alio ijNelson News "Without  the least"o\cusc, without atU'iii[iting  tO( cri\c   any . explanation,   howevei  i ido  pei a to  icsouicc to openly .manipulate tho  comnfg piovinei.il elections,-and so  snatch i veidict Horn asuipiioel elec-  toiate '7 *    ���������      i- ���������   .,,  J'l'emiei JMcBnde's % follow ing have  been ca'sting evoi'*dail>,, towaids the,  sotliiiKsuti in hope jthat somevophyi'"  will waft Iii in m to cheoi thou dioop-,  nig spit its ,'Dewdnoy Dick vvas^ to be  heie any "and 'eveiy day since Laboi  day but^hao^not'sliowcd upjetr He-  knows J M Kellio and ,othcis '-.no  waiting to mu/./.lc him, and he doesn't  wanted bo iiiu/./led     " v       '  .1 If Hawthoi nthwaito says theie  iv'ill be woi-e evposmes at \ictcna  than that of the Columbia it Western  land scandal lie lemaikccr ' Tliey  had no conception of the lascahty and  thieving that had been going on foi  20vb.ns The end,1 how ever, was not  vet. N'.tmcs that ranked high would  ti.nl in the dust Theic would be  other and worse exposures ' *  1 The Piovmce, states every union  man in the hall left the meeting at  Vancouver in sympathy with Balph  hniith when the socialists indulged in  the disgraceful scene io prevent Mr  Smith frcm having a hearing. The  incident has gwen ."oci ilisin a gie.it'  set-back as people naturally- asl. what  would lie expected oi sivt-isiii-m m  npvver when- in its earlier stages it  piouiotei mob bull-doling'*  The action of the McBride government in changing thc- dare of the  elections,. has creati d intense indie-  nation at Westminster .is it n.t.iu*  mten=e injuiy, if not  riiiri, to tsie iin-  Clim!'   .  I'lllllti '  ( mm roint  . Fii&Wloliaiv.  Setoiid dofeiiso  Thud iloronoo'  ('oiitio     '  'I'iiikI lion^o    ;  Soconcl lioino  {    JCi 1st homo.  OuImcIo hcmiL  " Iiisk'c Iioi.io'  'Ticld Cnpt.iin  IIOVolstcikQ -  Ciiiiililinll  'lUllLl  '    Wiokoils  .        Woods  'v 'j;' omids  .'.Mchillu  . . (iiuliimi  .     J)r,l)odds  .JlcCnlkicli  ������'  * .      (!���������.(.  ''Dim juprlif.  '     IJ.iilici  "*    Mold ii/ie  The best and safest way  to 2kecp 'Bab3^s, i skm  liealthy'is lb/use1 only    ���������,  I'inc,������ rDainty,   Delicate'     I (j  i Beware  of Imitations.    '  * 030  AtBERT TOILET SOAP CO , ,Mfra.   MONTREAL.,  maamamsf  tho .spoils aifdfspocially, to the mayor  and Mess's.^ Floyd, IC-incaid,' Upper,  Lawionce, Mel lac, Di. Sulheiliind nnd  otheis. . ������ i i  At the meeting oil Thursday < jiight  it was losolved "that it, vote ol thanks  be tendered M.iyoi O'Biien for the able  manner in which he'hns coii'ducted the  business of (he celcbiation,' <  ",  rnhMJhliS will bo lord veil  by I lin   undor-  1    fclifiiccl Ti iibttos of I hu Ehtato of-.F. JCIllott  lor tlio foliowIiik mul OhtiiLosiLinito in Kalrvlow  ij (J. <i hu lowosl oi nny londti' not nottsmitlly  llttupltd ; .  1.01,1, HIoclc I; Lnt2 Jllotl: 1; kol, ,'UBloclc 1;  pot 2, Hlouk l;J^ol.I. Illoolc I;'Lot l! Uloolc 1,  J'.IIIh .SnlidlvKlon, Jtlup 2",'To\vn of Kiili-vlovv.  Lots l and ���������' 'ljiock 1, will lio bold togotlioi'; llio  loinii nine lols Individually. ,Tlio lots tuny  with tluiiii I ho lmildliiifs, if nny, tht'icon.  Also ono linlC intoiiist In tho "Snovvdon"  Ciown gunned nilnoiiil uliilin,.i.itiintud llnou  inllos ciihl of Camp jUolCinnoy'iinil adioining  tho ylt'toiliiiiiKl JJouiun Kindlon claims. Ton-  (luisfo boiotulv-ud In Viotoiia liy bopLomlior  ,l0' t'indiLioiH of piiiohnso: Onotlilid tusli;  ono tniid onoh tin to iindbix- inoiithp. >���������  NOTICE.  QBAJjKD XKNIIERS tuldiosbod to tlio uildoi'-  O Hignt'd will 1)0 received up lo Soot. 2"Ui  for tlio labor of col toning .and papoifng tlio  culling ot the Opoia UoiibO.   Sl/o, 7ii\ It! foci.  Tho lovvost orany tondoi not  nccossuilly nc-  copied. < ) ' .  U. TAPPING, JlunaKor.  For Salei  i  j.  AVIien you do "not iclish your lood  and leel dull and stupid altei ealing.,  all you need is a dose ol Chambei Iain's  Stomach anil Livei .'L'ablels. They will  make you It-el like a new man and give  you an appetite like a lienr, Foi .sail'  by  m.1101 instructed   him to prospect the i nual f'nr llien?- tho (UtK of iheek-cnon  eioeksiuoiiud  Be.eLstoke   thoiotighly I f-iHmg ^ that   ekctors , m   outlying  districts must eithei s|,iv .-it home and  and lepott a������ to sotuce ot supply  B) law ioi puichaso oi land foi public p.ulc was mt'oduced an'l finallj  [) i-iscd. i.  Watet supply fm W W. Lcfciaux  and Italians was discussed  Aid McMahon complained Of state  of ciossttiL'S near churches and mfeiior  light iiii; of Thud sin c"  .1 W Iti'iiiiett to be notified to put  excavation at bin Id ing in -������afe condition  They Make  You Feel Good.  pleas ml     piug.ittvi'    etrect    e\-  tidby    all who    Use    Cli.imbcr-  .SLoinai h    and    Liver    Tablets.  ie hi'.ilLhv (otidition of   the'hodv  6  Tl iiii' I e'l  I lam's  I anil 11  ,������.���������!  I imi' I  Wtsis  llllllll     Willi li lliey  "el  I'lJ fill       I'"'11    sale  I cute   makes  by  nil di ug-  You will find thc Rlil)  CROSS DRUCSTORR  Headquarters for all school  supplies.  See our Pencil Boxes and  our Exercise rooks which  cannot be equalled for Lhe  money.  CHURCHES.  missile Jan, or  go   !o   the  fair  and  lose   theii   franchise    Feeling   is  so  high that am-  man  opposing (iitiord  Mo Bride's   nomn.eedc.in   be   sure  of  election  A gentleman who  has been through  the southern poition  of the electorate  lufoimsus   the   people   have no conli-  dence   in   the   iVcfiride goieminent,  and not   a  McBiide  stippOrtci cm be  electid   in   Kootenay    or   Boundary  Mining  men   jioinfc out  it  w-.u when  McBride was   minister   of   minis the  two per rent   t.'x   iv is   passed, ti c U c  lot-   einvvn   gi intit.g    mmit.il    cki'iii"  tilsed   liom    .?I0   to   .^'J.'i   .trnl    other  buuli'ns lined on the nnniiig imi.istiv i  wliioli p, ii'tiealiy k'lkd it since   With!  hiii h a b id pul.ln    iicoi'l  niiti.114 ni u j  aigtlC that   a   ('Oiiliiiiiaiue m jmnei o! j  in administration uiidet  tl ������������������ man who  i tlilK d the   mining   industry   of   the  province i an only mike matfets .vor-i  instead of hetti r  I'lnthh.iclc  Ken    .   *"  Owon^s  Stan lev  Ni'lsnn  Illiin  fjio.itio.  Alt Km   "  Ciilbitl. '   Uinpno   i   Cltoib'o, Tavloi  Itcloii'c���������All   Tllvvnitliv. V( mon" '    -  Tiiciteanis vvcfo  w^ll   matched   and  played a clean game,  Kamloops   beating   Kevelstoke^ m   combination    vIn  the  fiist_rciuaitei'  McCulloch jscuied  goal   in   5   minutes   foi   Kevelstoke,  (jieatrcx,  .'!  minutes,  goal  foi,ICam-  loops; Bkm, 7 minutes, goal foi   Kamloops      In   aeconddquai tei   the  only  seoic  was   foi   Revelstoke by"Cao in 5  ^minutes     In the tliud r/uailOi KcvcP-  'stoke had a succO&sion ol   thiee goals  by JJodds, KJ in ninths B.ubei,12'minutes     Then   Kamloops' scoicdi in   2S  seconds     In the hnal  (juai tot^Ouens  scoicd.loi KamlQops in ball a minute'  and Melville foi Itevelstokc niAlo miti-  utt's *5 Thc scene' concluded Jtovojjtokc  0, Kamloops o \\) G. Molvon/.io made  .1 splendid captain ol  the   homo l,teami  and   McKay   Ioi   Kamloops   il'oi   the  homo team s[)leti'did  [ilay   was  shown  by^Giahaiii, MeLille, iryatt,.Wicko'ns,  Ij.ubei,   McCtillough,  Buiioiig'ha .and  Cao, and lor  Kamlo i[)S J bj   Uieatie'.x,  Owens .md^ Uian' ,/riie 'only mishap  ofv.my coiisequeneo^was^ to MacCoi-  nnck, vvhb'Jiad lustshouldci'injuicd.   '  Thc match between the Yeinoti and  Rev elstokc   In tei mg.diates-.o'nTuesday  was a good.-cleaiLgame. - The line-up  was    3    f"?      ' ���������   * '  Vernon��������� *                  <           ItovolsloKc ���������  L Gould .                Ooil ALttntMO  It  Alvcr-. .              Point J3nirmif,'lis.  W Aliddltlon       Center toici Cliiimbi i=  T) Grahain . Fiistdorouso TI. Bows  R Car.. . Second clerenst '              Iiucli  F Ttobms Thud ctereiiso S Lee  F, Caij Center 1?  Simlhe  \V  Molir. .   Tnird home C Iniidciuisl  l' Frenth.. Second home S   Hillioi  J Car} Fir=i liotno A Hillioi  G Bell   .. . Outside hon'ie '      .1' Dmiiio  1). liiimvt.it Iiisiilo home K Polhpujcc  ' 12 J-|\\nitlij, icroice  The score was 1 to 0 m favoi ol Vci  non   The goal vvlis scoicd by Joe U.uy  si>oi;is rr.oci: vmail  The fjllowing weie tl Sicstiits ���������  id ids, bois ov i r 12���������P. Kic nth, K Uobuis, D  Gr iti.un '  -,0 yd- , Kills ovei IJ���������V Daniels. ivr Skiiuui,  il. tlobb-  2.1 jds , hovs under I- -A Calci, C I.'isfoon.  i\ Uer���������-( r  Conso'iliiui-11 lloHcui, G JMoigui, A. Ale  line and T. Torli ,- lie foi llnnl "  Iui. irdsdii-h��������� C Ivnowle,, J" 1', Tniloi.G  IMw.ints, ' , ,  PutMii^shot-'R A. LTppei. .11 ficL 2 ins,  sbanimn, 11 feet 10 in-.  'Iu���������'Ol war���������(1 I'.l. shop-, pulled rL.iluins,  andVilj pulli (1 shop- Tho shops cnlcrtd a  prolt-t that tho dttision via" not nteoidnirf lo  Ciiitdori'iin rulft  Ci.ia"tr nnlfjr.ilt-D Taylor, C Know It'-, J"  S\. H' nder.-on.  Sart ,atr���������J. JoliniO'i, (.. Ivmmlts. C. I.'.  M itdourtld  Otn'.'fj'-rije���������C KiiottUs, C AI Field and  r.   iii'l rinlrr , t  >l;,i- ln.lt Tho match t.otuoen K(ive!=tokt  and 1 nil rb) re-niud in win to- for formi i bl  ^ilto 1 KiTotil, MtL. in ami ^tewail plnyuif; a  Mpl< in1 d ;iinr foi fhe litiiii" tmni  Ifn-u rn-t -CI'. It 11 it NYi 2 o.i Tiiesdny  an'l .N" ' on W^ilnc-t11}, loivin^ nrtond plato  tol.' < .0 foi. j  Gun i ..'b M.ool !"r i diai'jh-i A XIi l.'.u.  smri I I t. ,\. .1. Al. Dun.,', ind H. v. Krowti.  .(.in . .'ml I'm sim/'is, f i: -'((in . Mufu a.  *-t, U ir -, Mr l������r,ri> I -linilv Mt l(,i(, s(y-( ;  , k h, . idn! --.(i,(l ai.il llnnl pri/'s. 'fen  s'l/'. -   ".Dm.. >' ft) I s(i .-!, U, Mill ii  iiiilll.  \    I ft    \i    .fit'.        I'  I.I.   ( O !,[ r llt'ott     ^-ttirtlV.  LACROSSE.    ������  <C 'a '  j-.-lho N'einon News complnins of thc  ticatiiieut of'ntho.Voi non laciosso team  at Kiiml(jO[)s and says '"insult was  added to injuiy when the Jiotel pi op-,  nt-toi 'leceivcd a toleiihone "mossago'  telling him''to hold tho lit  boys, ras~ K.imloopsi ,'vVou  lospo'nsiblo' lor tliov[iaymert,  bills'! - .i  I'llSltOV & CO.    ,  Viol oi Iii, R 0.  THE ELECTION.  Several interests in silvei-lead pinp-  ert ies. Jfor pin liculai's apply at otllce  of Ihe Kootenay Mail.     , i   '     r' *  <\ *  NOTIOE.  , At the ictpioslof many otottois fiom all beo-  tlons of tho lcldiiif,' 1 heieby intlinato my lnldn-  tion ol bolnga tiindldatolntho ooiniiiKolt'tllon  foi'ltovelstokf. nnd ipqiiCbltliuHii]ipoil of tho  olottom. J Hlmll visit the dllleicnt potlionh of  llig oluutorato and bold meetings, dates of  vvbltli will bo duly ii'iiionnced,       . f     i  "    J. Jl. ICKLLIK.'  NOTICE.  .). M. IvrOLLIIfl'S (JANI)I DATUUI'L t  A geiieMl iiiei'iiiig ol (he stippoilers  ol Mr. Kellie will be held at. I he Libenil  Assoeintion rooms on .Second sin'ol on  Mondny evening nt. 8 o'clock. Busiiii;ss  appointing ol Cleiiciiil aaiiipiiign Uom-  mitieei* .-All inteiestecl are invited-;  5", ," \ W. M. LAWHKNOH, ������  T ,       Uliilnmaii.  I    ^ 'H " -^  ���������^ga.ge ol oui  not    bo  'oiV the  r.L 0. llittibisnn1' has m itinged 'for a  huge-supply ot CiaulL Goal.     , ,, -      ,\  Oit'leisjlelt al W.  M.   Lawrence's'or  L'.^M.  Smylhe's   will  have pioinpl, at-  tl'lll Mill.  ���������- xKitht of Aloisons Dunk  'RESTAURANT,  ' First Street,  Ittv olsioko.,  TVTOllOl',  is  hoiohy   Khun llml Ihlily  dujs  ������\    arior diiLo I Inli ml upiilylng t������ I he I lonoi- (  a"'"  lhe  Chief  CuiiuiiIhrIoiioi'  of LiiiiiIh and  Woi'kH.fof  the pminisslon  to foil nnd ciuiy  a way tin bin- fiom the lodcming Inndh:  C'diiiniontliiLr nt, npoHl, pliinit'd on tliobonlh  Hide of hinllheieeli, nbonl, I lit uo iiiIIih fiom ll������  niiMilli vi hui ell elliptic* Into! hoColumlilii i'i voi'  iiiai),fd"H. It. Midi's iiorllioiml loiiier post,"  heneo soiilh to tlialns, thenfro west yi olmliis,  lliciieo noilh 8tl tlmiiiH, thcnto oust Ml ehaliiH to  point of eonnneneoiiK nl.        ���������   i ������������������  ,, ,   i   ,,,',.   * '". II. MALI,,   1  Dn ted ill llovoIMoko thin llllh diiy of  '    .September, l'i(it , i       ,,       ',  TVJOTICK         _..���������   ���������.  i>    aflei (tutti I Intend i  Is heieby given Unit Ihlilv iIiijh  .ni. ,i r.i'i'1!.1 I "itoiul ii|i|il\ Itirrlo llio Honor-  'li, .* (yh'111 ,< ('inniissliiiiei. ���������f tiMW]^ ���������nli  VVoi'iwfoi peiinlbslon lo I oil and entiy awns'  tln.hei- fioni'lhi' lollowliiis desei'lbid liinds:  CoinmentliiKahoiil loni'inllos iipbniltlioitok  atiijmil, nun kid "II. It. Ilull'sjn. e. eoiiier  posl, Iheneo south SO chnliis," tliuntu west, tn  til' ns, Ihento not Hi Ml chains, ihonto casl Hi  ehiiins lo plate ofrtomnionttmenl. ���������>  Dated lit, Hcvolstoko,       f        "' i'' UAe''<L ,  Ibis llllh day of Supttinlioi, lllj'l.     !'     ' ' <���������"  Tncjlist Limited will'yiun fiom  Montieal sept .'10 and Vancopvci Oct  (ith J ti is .niioi'ded lOv inn tho  LiniitcdjC.il ly������ne\t seasion 4\ ,  .Tlic 0 P It .no [Hitting" in a con-  ciete culveit at IJnJgo' cteekr ovei  which the pei mauo'itu- vv.i) .will be  tilled in with eai th, doing aw'"ayf'with  the budge altogether Ji ������     '   ._       '  The last, spike of 0. 1'. K. was'dnven  at Giaigcllachiu bj Mi Smith m Sept.  lSSo - One cannot lend the i amc  Ciaigellachie w ithout feeling its ..p-*  ptopiiaU'iicss named ,'liom the giey  liontlctpf lock in the glen of ,Sliath-  -s[iey horn winch theie ,camo������ tho war  ciyjto thc itighl.md claus, "Stand  flast."' ilf Lotd Sti.itl'.coVia and otheis  likc^him had not stood f.t3t in many  ,u cl.iiic riin.uici.il ' hour tlic^herculcan  laslci.would never have'been so splcti-  chdlyaccomplishcd      ",     I.< '   (   t  H'oi vnur meals. Open day and night.  Meii!s_2.")c and iipw.it cl. Special weekly  Mates.    Good set vice gum,inteed.  FU.7II4; I TO. Piop.ietms.      '  ,  /     --NOTICE.^,J��������� (,  TVTOriCK  is haii'liv Rivon lliut llilily ilays,,'-  J_\  "nlLei (Into" rinlend npplilng In Ihc^Ilon-  >  oiable   ( luol    C(iiiniiifsioneu) ol ��������� l.aiuli,   unci '1  VVoiksfoi pt'imission to.lcll and tainr .iwtiyj  limbei'fiom Lhe follow ing de^onbi'il hinds       -  Conimontliig at nhotit llvo'inlles up hniitli l  tieok at a post mm keel "0. Hall's n. e toiuor  posl,  thuntosouth .SO chains,   llionte wcsl'M   '  tliiuiis, thonto nouh'SO tlinlns, Ihento tiintt'l ,'  thiuiis to place of taiiiinonttnitnl.       t     S     ,  *���������        r     ^ n-.      ^ciivii  Dated ntlUnolslokd'' <T"-*,  J   '    ,    '".    "  fttbis 10th day ol btptomlioi, 1HIH,  uh  ������'  fi be Wood  , Having- takcirovcjr^thci firewood s supply i of 'the*, Harbor  Lumbc;r Cc.'s'mill.'orders'*left  at.thc.mill,-at W. M. Lawrence  or by'rinbiny  up phone No. 8  ���������n i    " * ��������� '  will nave prompt attention. 3  %  -    W. FLEMING.-"-r.  d. ~t ,> J.    w * *-.   ,.    '  *    ,  ',' a NOTICE. - ,v ^ V i '  ?     l <���������    d      c  ���������r        ' ",   d    ' -  ���������������  "  "VTOTK'K is beioby irlvon Mhnt thnly dnys^  1L>    aflei (Into I initial iippljing to I lie Jfonoi-  _  able  the  Claof  Cuiiiinissionoi'j, of Lands and  woiks foi tho pei mission lo fell and tan yaw ay h   i  timbei fiom the following lands    , ,        ������  - t'oiiiinonciiiK nboitl si\ miles np^Smltli oieek  nl n post nullkocl  "C. Hall's n e. eointi   post,"1  Lhenee snnlli Ml chains, thonto wesl Ml thiuiis,    '  thente noi III 80 ohiiins, ihenco easLMthiuns lo  place of tonimtatcnitnt  * f i   <  Dated at ltovtlsloke    ,,    ,\  this lOLh (lavoLSepltmbcfi, 1301  Ci*JL\  LL  ��������� it"  -f'  Fancy Cakes, and- Confectionery  The Payne xinc io.is.tci is at work  We also  supply ol  ites.  carry a complete  all ollice requis-  I'i.'l SUV II LIAS  0. Cildi r   will   take  i .Sunday ( veiling lie\t  suggested     hy    the  l!r\ \V  s||llj( ct oi  thoughts  action of the lacer.se Oomriiis^ioiiC'is  as his  'home  i ccc n t  Moscrop Bros.  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Water & Steam Heating.  Pipe Valve Fittings,  J. A. Miller & Co.  Electric Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtures ^ Put In.  NAKUSP.  Second Street, Revelstoke  rrmn our own (V.rro pondc-ut  Mr McK'isstch is st.u tint,'another  bout foi a company up thc lake.  On Friday moi'lnnc; last the rlrcdfco  .tiiivcd in Xiktiup, affti laying at  Revelstoke for three months fo. ic-  paiis  On Tuesday evoiimj,'   they   hiouuht  eiifCitie 'J Of J in nnd sent hei   to   Kevt I  stoke for repau s     She looks as   if  she  would stand quite n lot of woik  The tiaiu fiom S.indon was delajul  .'! houison Wednesday on nceott'il  of lOrifjine'l()fi L'ottiiif; nvvny on Sanclou  Hill on Tucsd.ly night, jiimfiius,' the  track hut nil hiinds got off. Kied  Winsly 11 ii ft his aim luol.en in foui  places but is now getting   well,  firtM ���������!  I! ip. V  -''nrrh  c an ..  1*1" ,  tl'd i  iU f> ���������  r������<i  tit-t .ii  /.a % .  i. i- i  2m\   \  ' npt  m it(h  .lfi, I!  I.nt,..-  )r)ll< II. *.i" Collll.,  v 'in  ~'(>i'l  no dul  or> d St. ii^ iiiinL Mi  It mil s, ah, "Uml IS  fiit /t aid   i������njhi,  ,     i',r.   sIi'kjI -~ i()i< |1 ind   ilii'l   *��������� I������r 1 >  il.n-.lnot i AT -it<i"-il>   wi.ii, Mr I i.i' iiii'I  1 dr. j'iin^ t.iinl iu',iif / '.n i In ,  nil"   Orltl'i'   lfl',11   >'   l[,t   1'Ornl lll'l I'd'  i H.c V mir .,������!<. ' ( In'k _'n 1. I! V  i >rd 1. - \ I'nininni I-:. J i'lce ^nd,  t' e ��������� 1 ( < I' I'.'it Nt, \ IUi'/ifl  I rn ��������� i T'l I lillH'm -'.li (Ik J<) lib ,  i .i^lind _���������.,'! f, 'Itrko tin -.(*) jrtit  nrh ( ipi I nr'tind .'al, l(. A Liahoii  . <i j lib  The ball at the Ofj'-ia Iioimc .Mocday  w.is wi II attended, the lurid providing  the music, and A II lie unison catering 'IIk -nicking 'oiKort Tuesday  w.u luily well attciidi di jMhsis Vj  T.iylo', McOriini, W Smytlie, Outhctb,  Wilsoi., L< Maisln , Melville, Xugint,  I'uiki, Ifiiniphnis ���������'������<{ cithiis eon-  tiicuting, T ,'   Wiidmiin |in J (led  The eommUtee mil, 'llun-div night  when the accounts ptcsintid shmveil,  itcei|its !)il025 and cxpi ihh $'W>, kliving i balance d $100 in hiinil, whuh  will be (iiimd ov r lo I be public It-  biaiy as soon as I ho "ominittee is oi-  gnui/Ml (njiil eiedtfc is due to nil  who had in hand tho  inamigomciit of  J. C.  Montgotnciy   has   tlthcovcied  now bodies of oicpn Dow nie cieek.'     *  'K. li  WfiWs is on  an^ extended visit  to Kaymond Allen's   placci  gtoinul at  Smith cieek.  1 Development woik is to he done on  the Lucky Jim on S)lvct Cup  mountain' '   l        <  The Ojstoi-Oiitenon tiam is completed, and thc mill wiH soon bo  stai tccrup ' i  Thc Ji.iuiiei govetument is doiu<r  nil it can to aid thc lead niilicstiy of  this piov nice.  The IViplai Povvei Oo. has applied  foi 9U0 inches of watei, and Mayoi  Aichci foi .500 mclies at ljopl.u.  IC 'A. Biadlcj biought m a line, lot  of gold ftoii blench cieek Wednesday,  and icpoits thc giottnd looking well  Oold-bcnnng qii.u t/, has been found  ontbc^oik at Eight-Mile, owned by  Ci.uga.nd JLtllman who intend'"hilining 1-50 It  ot tunnel  llajmoi.d Allen has'got the channel  cut to divci t Camp cieek on to his  gtound oppobitc Smith cook and the  gtound is being l.ipidly washed out  A vein of neb gold (|iiait/ has been  stiiickm JSTo 7 tunnel on Ku.,700  ft nclovv uppei otitcioji Thc stamp  mill will bo icady Ioi oiieiation by  l,")th mst  W. Ji Pool and J J Young came in  ftom Poplar Monda). They biought  r. magnificent specimen of ([iiaiU  weighing S lbs. ehtimiitecl to cany  ���������1.100 in gold. They say "We found  that tlic whole ledge, which is ncai ly  fotu lect wide, was imptegnatcd vvitli  eijiiiso gold Some of it was standing  out like immense warts sTiocos thc  si/o of a walnut could he pi ied oil'with  u jic'k-kdifo."  J. -I. Young, of Cnlg.iiy. and the  \'a>k In me Itiotlii'ia, ol Mack oil, .Alia ,  pud Kiic Lucn '{i'S.1,000 in cash for a  flu mi Ijmg tn t vvot'n what is known as  the cwclc group and the Lucky .luck  Othei dials have been made, and lots  ai t rapidly (hanging hands. Hotel  ace otnmodatioii is good, but limited,  and people aie coming in at the iate  of l.t'tj a day. k'oui hui,tli((l claims  have bi en staked >o f'ir.  Itobeit .J.'ilhuy, of the Glows N'ost  Coal (Jo say's the company has always  done Us best to a^siM Canadian industries   and    bad   nevoi    shipped   a  t x  Ai  WI ro LISSOME  J7Bito\vN,;d ;  -"i WHITE nFid4  HOM.IS-MADB  ^Scones,' Buns "knd  ��������� Fancy, Cakes t  l all  mils  Dances and PiivntePa'ij'esG.iteied to1:  Full Stock ofEKielleiiL Candies.' i  A. E. BENNISON  McKeuzie Avpntts,    ' ItKVISLSi'OKIt!  ������     y'-      ', k "- -,���������-  NOTIC 10 it .licit by K-ivon tlml1 tlni tv diivV  nflti (hiloIniLtnd aniiljiiiKto t he Honor  able  tilt  Chief  ('ominissionoi   of J.iinds  and  Woik" foi ptiniission to  fi'll and eiuiy*aw.ij    , /  lunhui fi oin llio IoIIoh na- dtstiibod hinds:   *    i1"  C'oinniontins  about mjv on 'miles  up Smith s y*1  trtek at a post nun ked  "Jus   UIIk,' ii. o tin nor A *7i  post,"  thonto honlli SO (hains,V|hontovvcs'.WI    ���������  tliains, thtnoe noilh ,S() tliains,1 thunto onsL tl)'  chains to pinto of totnineneoinunl     '   r* l  "* " *'    -..   'JAJ1KS YAA\iV&.i ' $<''  Diited nX Kevelstoke J >     " i ���������������������������" - *���������  a^tliis Hllli day ol Stptenibei.'llKli.     ^ -^ - J' -=-<������������  I '  Revelstoke Grows' Fast  a i  1 s-  Wimjji(������\v   t.istiw, li.ivm^ added  lo din' J3fikei y find C'Dnft'clu'iu'iy  InihltlL'SS illll lltll*b   <)t '  l 1  Groceries and Camp Supplies  - ."  ;     NOTICE, i * .  . ,  -. p j rj  "VfOTrCIO is hoiebi Knon that tliulv davs  !_\ altei dale I intend,to apply lo the Honoi-  ablo tho (JlneC Coiiiinn-sioiier of Lan 1������ and  VVoiksfoi petinission to cut and t.mj away  timbei riom lhe followinKvdeatiibo(l lands, In  West Koulenny Disluef    ,  CoiiiinentinKata post planted one and Llneo  (iniuter nulio Iioni Kit nth cieek wtsl, about  Ion chains noilh ol It ail. Ihonto wtst ill chains,  Ihento south SO chains, llunto oust 80 thiuns,  Ihento noi th SO thiuiis to initial prist.  ,, ,   , ������������������      -"* * M. iMiC^HTY.  Mated jVtiKtisl Ull), lilO'I  NOTICE.  ^euts Ioi   the  MON.SOON  Celebi.iled  TEAS.  Vicloti.t Road, Rev elstoke.  lo I'lnnk 1,'itl.el or any ptison oi  jieisons to  , whom   he niav linvu nssiKncd his inleit'st in  the "KinpiisV inineial tl um, sitnnto  on  tho  west side of Unpti Allow  hake, wtstfoikof  I'niKston  titek,   llald   Aroiinliii i Upper  .Allow Ijiiko iMinnidUiMsion, Wo������t ICooLenay  Dislncl, llnti,h Colmnbiii: . ,  . You aie hoiehv imlitled Unit J, tho iincloi- *  signtd; lm\ o expended for jon t ho sum of S211  in lal.oi and inipiovciiioiits upon tliosaid'Km-  piess Jlineial Oliiini, under tho piousions of  tho MiiK'i.il Art, mid if wilhm mnotj dajs  fiom llio dale of tins notito von fail in loftisc  to tonlubuto the iifoiesaidMiin. to������elhoi with  all tosls of ndveilisiiiK, youi in Ioi est in the  sunt ininciiil claim will bucomc thc piopeitv of  the uudoi signed undei Su lion I of the Atr.cn-  tilled  "An Atl  Lo Amend lhe JIinti.il Act,",  DaLtd al llnlcjon Hot SiuuiKb <���������  'this Istdnj ol SioplLiiibei, I'lOJ.  A. SI. bYJIONS.     *  NO. 5 COMPANY U M. R.  NOTICE.  ��������� a hove   Company vv ill   lie,  in the Dull Hall at 7:30 eveiy Tuesd.iv  ind Fnday night till furl her notice,  13v dide>  II. A.  BROWN, C. O.  ID I ill ol tl  in tl  I have started a pei m.ment Wood  Yiiid on Thud stteot. With my past  eKpeiienee I hope to be tn a position  to snti'-IV till ri'runreiiienl.s of fusion),  ci's. Mill anil coidvvood supiilied in  any lengths at,reduced price", lot cash-  It. SAMSON.  ')  pound of fuel to   tho   Amoiican  fio long  foi it    l  icadv inatkot on the other bide  side  i-t ther' was.i doniand at home  ic stiiplus   always   found   n  vvhcie  it was sold at exactly the; same or  liOidci p'lees This foieign tiado  w.i" like ly to moie.iso us the supply  conl in tied to 1'v.coed the demand  WAN I i;i)-KAITIfKtil, I'KUSOX '10 'I ItA V  ul ioi well tsl ililnhtd house in a few counties.  ihIIiiil; on n tail iiiciili.inLs and nuent-. Loral  LtiiiKnj Hilary 9I(I_>I a j ear and expenses  paj ilile ?l'l 70 i w eek In tasli and expenses nd-  wutctd. Position poiin.intnL. Iliisiness sue  ccssful and lusliim.' Kneloso self-nddiesstd  tnielopt. bl indiiul JIousc, .IIJ Caxton Illd|j���������  OliltriKO.  and a  complete line  of thc  GENUINE  WANTED  TF PlSTEll NOLI3N rcc-entlv em-  _L ployed in U. Unin's gaiignl, Heaver  wtll tonimtuiicate with lhe~ Knotenay  Mail he may hearot something to his  advantage. L ���������  ail jni-  OR SALK- KXIaciesoI land  cut lo  i it il w.i v  station; also fix i-  good   cows.   Addiess    II.   C.   Ftasei,  Saliiion Ai in, 11. 0.  Fc  J   OST-Sl.I3ein,ud Pup.   Will Under  ILJ    please leltiin it to Oily Ilnkery?  JOST���������On     Thursday    evening    he-  J    tvvi    Ihe  Covvati   block and the  Ptesbtei ian ihiuili, a gentleman's gold  watch with dotilile gold chain and  locket allaclud The finder, will he  suitably i cwiitdcd hy leaving the same  at tins oflu e.  Rogers Bros."  Knives, Forks,  Spoons, etc.  c ircftilly examined and  trlj lilted to the best yrade  cPo  ANTED    lor  Fiench    Cieek���������20  "W"  Revelstoke  WANTED���������E.x-pet teiieed inillvvi ighl  Applvat (inie. Kiiotenay River  Lumber Co., NeNon, 13. C.  WANTHD���������Pint baser  slot e in triovvii  otliee Kootenay Mini.  for  genet a 1  Apply  WANTED-Tbe peis,,,, ������i���������, |lr���������.  towed liom lhe Ixdolen.iv Mail  otflee .i huge map ut ReveKtokc ,irKj  distiit't to tetitt n same.  WJ  ANT TO SGLL-UiiivciMiy   ed  it ion of Shakespeaie .villi ilhts-  tintions and notes.   Pt ice .V22 on leims  luimely $2 cash and #2 pei uiomli. Apply at Kootenay Mail.


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