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 u-5  <1|,  Provincial Librtrjr  rrtu..������.  '.,uf������^,ltl  fil(i?\f<<mm  ! '  1  READ BY'  5,000  PEOPLE.  cariaaaKwiHra  Vol. lO.-No. 25.  Bi  ' THE HOTEL VICTORIA  '     - K. ]*. J.KASON',   '   ,     v  '   VICTORIA,        -      R. C. - '  American mul Kuropcnii I'l'iri1,    '  American Plan $2 uO and L'pwnrrtii. 4  ^    Slciuii Heated. Sample room1..        "  ���������BEDBaaEZB  ' x lift,  -,;',V/'-l  ���������'��������� .*'  ���������'dd'- f,  ..    ,      " V '  I  , REVELSTOKE. ,B. G, SEPTEMBER I'D, 1908  $2.00 Per Year  Reyelstoke  < i <  , Stocks in all departments are now  . complete,for the Fall'and-'Winter  ,' Season*.'1*     -       ''���������'' ! ��������� - ,  .Our Stock in this'department is the,  ���������Best 'in  the .Kootenay/- Blouses,,  .Jacket's, ��������� Skirts land', .Wrappers, all  the latest styles at moderate prices.  ''���������V;*MAIL -ORDERS. \ ���������  ' .    ' 7  Wc pay particular attention to Mail'Orders.  '���������j .      *       ��������� *- . -.  * Samples sent to any'addrcss. --    .,  >?'MZ? RECORD:  ���������������������������Vote  For   Taylor  'and $5 ,Poll  ' Tax."  ' <i  f Thc supporter--"of the McBride  government find tlio damning  recoid ^ which wc published Just  issue of llieir votes so unanswerable  Unit they attempt to j uglify part of  il, nn'd accuse us of lying as lo that  -which they cannot justify.- Veil  thiil is easily settled.. The votes of  members of' lhe legislature aio  published in the Journals of tho  I-Joti������o, and." these can be seen in1  tlie Kooi'I'.vay'Mai'i.' library by all  who wish to a������ceitain the truth.'  What sense would Uioio he in lying?  A;lio is easily exposed /and lecoils  oil those \\!io "publish it.' Only tho  weak cause need resoil. lo lying in  the tlespeiato hope thai it may mislead a few people'ovei, polling day,  Ills not denied that 'lions. Mo-  Undo and* Mel-Mump* opposed Joe  Miutin'i, bill ' to cnncel tlu,huge  land giants piopo'ed to he given to  migration. Call al the jiJaji/o/Iicc  if you wish and verify ourassoit-  ions by the ollicial record-.  This niticlc might well be concluded by lcpeiiting tlie watchword  of a lusty cili/.on who amused those  who' heaid'hna on Thursday evening shouting "von: rou tavi.ou ami  ���������1<5 I'OJ/L tax." , '   ,  MICA FIELDS.  TAYLOR   BLOOK. McKlflNZlE AVK ,< RISVHLSTOKE.  their'hieiuls byj'the old gang" at  Victoria, and of which the Mc Iiii do  administration is but aconlinu,nice,  but the "-tatement is made that it  was a ���������������������������o'piidiation" bill A, Repudiation'bill" "can onlv be such  when (here are two parlies io a  con Li act En only one ci'-e ulleclcd  by Mi.,Mni tin's Mull was 'llieiea  contract, a'nd lh.il was in the cn<-e"  of, McKenzie and, Mann, to whom  just eompensatio*h was' provided.  No, the tiotiblc was that'thefriends  of .''IheVold .gang" considered -all  safe and weie taking' their own  tiniej.0 complete then* steals, while  Joe Mai tin's hill was designed to"  checkmate' them.,, The bill was'in  no seii?e a "lepudiation" bill as  co'inpaicd with that tliat passed last  session to cancel' the ciown.grants  of thu coal and oil lands to the C.  P R. ' McBride, -as' a ' cabinet  ministei,    , > ,        '*  "W. Bain Returns and Reports  Hard Experience,  T, ,\\\ Bain ,1111(1 p'arty returned  Tuesday nig'hl from doing assessment work on the mioa'claims in  tho Hig Hond, in which.,G. S. Mc-  Carlei1 and oilier lveveKloko and  Golden paities are iniOicstcd.  Owing to 'the diflieulty of, communication they hiiri aj'nelly hard  linio. In coining ioul 'ihey 'hud to  shovel llieir way out through thiee  feet of snuw aci'o-'s two'ghieieii, and  owing lo lhe cievasses being hidden  by fic-h snow one of the paity fell  ���������into a cievas'-e and would have lost  his life but foi the piompt assistance of his companions." + -  ( The prospects give eveiy promise  of'pioving .valuable mica mines  Tho'pie-ent ii'ieans of iiccc'-b is via  lion voi mouth anrl Kim basket, lake  and aoio<-s glaciein io lhe summit  ,of the Selkuk- When' the trail  from RcvoMoke to Canoe nvci is  'completed the mica claims will be  easily acce-sible by u tiail tip I'ol-  latch cieek'. -   -       .     ,, /     '  $������������������ k. ��������� g-.>j*;bourne^-';!  ~f ^nn^'Fiiiinfohinffa "Bnnfo "QHnoo   Hole 'flano *  I ;Mch's" :F urnishirigs/ Boots/ SHoes, Jats,'."Caps 1  ,<4*  <SV*  7  READY-MADE CLOTHING.  Big Horn Brand, B. 0. Union Made Overalls, Shirts, etc.  Boys Suits, ''Boots, Hats and-'Caps.   ,  <^!i  i /<sti  i   -  oti  REVELSTOKE STATION, B   C.    -  i.  rfo rita ?tn <Si i^5 <^i ot? ffo f^j !$n ($5 A i^) r&> Kfr������ ^> (^ i^> (fa rfa tfaifafarfafaffattrfaetih  now   we  are   in   receipt of something  new  dicsb   materials aie  pionotinccd  CORRECT   b)   those  w ho ha\e .seen them, and  v������e only await ti chance to show them to you  Miss Fife lias .u 1 ived fiom Toronto to take charge  of our Dressmaking depaitmenl and will make it  l^ieasant for you if you wish to consult her in her  parlois. ( ' ������  Ladies Coals and   Skirts���������Coirect   in  design  they are ceilainly bcauliiul goods.  Childieid, r,-,ack'-ti|) Dresses and Coats,  Infants' Dresses,   |  Coats, Caps, etc  Novelties in I fat  Pins,   beauty   Fins,   Flair Ornaments  Purses, Buckles, Collars, etc.  The lMillinei) stock   i.s  daily   increasing   ant  Complete      We   will   announce   our  Opening" in a lew days.  Ne  iW  and  is   almost  ' Millinery fs  Visitors ^/Ilbuays tVclcomc.  LIMITED.  Winery' and Dressmaking Parlors Second Floor  ->UI'I'OKTi:D   THAT   KIIAUD. r  L '  and had   to ^admit   it jn   his evidence  befoie ,'the   commission.    It  was also shown .that  hia colleague  in the present cabinet, Mr."McPhil-  lips. had taken'a hand in tiying'to  ad\ance   the ' steal.   t.\Vhen .their  doings weie'cxpbsed by^/ohmOliver  neithci    McBride'" noV"McPhiHipa  dared oppose the-bil!*to7cancel the  grants   though, it   was'   sliiclly a-  repucliation bill/,  in this case however it \yas   repudiation   of   an   at- \  tempted   lobbery    of    the' public  estate by McEnde  and hisfnencR  and'as such was   itiatifiable;rcpudi-  ation     Why did not  McBrido and  MclTnllips, who'"weie  piepa'ied to  suppoil  thc  outiage so  long as it  could he clone undei cabinet seeiecy,  civ out about  ''-^acicdness  of  con-  liactiial obligation" when   the bill  ivas  liitioduced   to   remedy   their  lieachery   to   the   public Inteic-H?  jicoisTiiinu'no.v  Pagco 72 and 77, Jouinals 1000.  show "lhe old gang," including Mc-  Plnllips and McBiide. voted again-t  the fiist and second leadings of the  ledislnbution bill thus maintaining  their  leputation   for  doing  all  in  then power to' prevent ]us( lcpic-  sentation    being    sccuied     to ,lhe  people of   the   inteiior.    On  Feb.  23id   the   vole   was   not   on   Mr  Tinnei's amendment  because  that  wa= withdiawn (sec p. 77), nor did  Mi   Kellie piove  a' tiaitor  to   the  gov eminent he was  elected to sup-  )oi t because In-*   name appeals on  two dm-ion lists on that date with  tlie miiiislcis of  the fcemlin-Cotton  go\eminent'  which   he   had   supposed all alone.  Hegaiding Mr. 1'aylor'o attempt  td get two memi.cis ioi Revelstoke,  the fact is Mi Tavloi lecognised  lhe new* ledi^tiibution bill adding  southern Lardeau to ICaslo meant  he could nevei again be elected to  pailianient, and he tried a geiry-  'niandei by an amendment to keep  southein Lardeau in Kevelstoke  iiding and give it two niciiilieis,  tliu������--ecuiing a-3 he hoped a "-eat  foi himself. Jfe was one of thieq  who oppo.-ed the second reading of  the lull tliu? opposing one of the  mo.-t necessaij leforms evei  biought before the provincial legis-  latine  Mr. Tayloi'.-> vote on indenting  the jioll tax to ���������*r5 !���������- Jclnntted and  supported hy his fi lends Price  Ellison and F. J Fulton, candidates "���������iippoitine McBiide in ad-  joiiiinix constituencie-, stated last  week they stood for this tax so if  the McBride government succeeded  at the polls the tax would ceitamly  be at fto, and revenue raised fiom  null vidua Is which should be paid  bv pioporty and income. The 'f3  pull tax is specially aimed at the  workoi-  ic-  T  elections;  -  ������������������  Nominations  Made i Today In the  %       - Various Ridings! -,,  Today w*,is ,nomination day foi the  coming elections.,. The following v\oic  nominated ��������� , *  Albeini���������Mnjoi llickey, consciv-  ���������itivc, W. W  li. jrdiincs, hbcial  Afclin���������J     Kuklaiicl,-    l.iboi,     Di  Young,     conseiv.itive,     J. J  Stables,  liberal       ��������� ,  ,i ~      y      ' .,   '  Canboo���������S A ''Rogo's, nnd \Y  Ad.ini". conscivalne; J'jruipliy, JL  "Joncs/hberal.       < ~?  (jbillnvaek���������-.J   L /vlkmson',eimsciv"-  ativc, C \Y- Mu 11 i*o,-liboi.il ', '.' ''- ~i'  Goliimbia���������\V. C  Wells, libeinl, ic-  turned unopposed..  *Como\���������F .Mel3 Young  I1be1.il  tinned unopposed.  Ci.inbiook���������Di    King,   libeinl,  Gavin, coiisen.itive  *" .CnwiGiian���������15 M Skinnci,  coiT-ctv-  ative, ,J. X  rjv.ins libeinl  ,Delta���������W H li.ulnei, conseiv.itive;  John Obvei, I1bu1.1l        -  'JJevvdiKW���������Hon R Melliide. ron-  scivative, W  W   b'yiieaioi, hbui.il  Ksq 111 m,'ill���������C C J'oolcv .ind I) W  Higgms, conseiv.itive, .John J,inline  hbei.il  Fcinie���������E 0 Smith, hbci.il, ,J K  Jfcl-'heisoti, socialist, W U Res-, eon-  sci v.uive  Oi.1 nil Kdi U-���������C< A I-'i.ibui.uouscM-  .itive, W IT I' (Jlcment, I1l1e1.1l, John  Rioidan, suci,iht.l  Gi ecu wood���������I'i Sp.niKic, e(5. suiv'  nt.ve. J It llioun, hbeial, K ."Mills-  sociafist  rslands���������'J' W i'.ilciirm hbei il, U  XV. bullock, eon'seiv.itive  JC.imloops���������F J. I'lilton  a live, F J  J)euie, hbeial  Ka=lo���������Hon It F Gieen  alive, J L. Ret.illaok, liboi.il  non, fcociahst  ]allooct , hbei.  A   McJJon.iId,1-coii'-lmvalue  SOCIALISM.   .  Strong Campaign, Speeches by B.  , '    ,,"    F. Wilson.  ���������At the opera h'ouse on Thursday  and< Friday llov. \i. F. Wilson, of  Oakland, Gal., deliveied addrees-cs  011 socialism to crowded audiences.  J ro ip a splendid spei.ker and' did  much lo advance the cause.'' The  party'-) candidate for Jtovokloke, J.  W, Bennett,' presided.  On  Thuisday ,the  chairman, in  introducing thir'spcaker, exjilainod  Hint invitations had been i������sucd for  Mo-sbrs^ Kellie nnd Taylor.    It had  been arranged to  hold  joiiit moel-  ing- of   Hie eandidates, which   was  peiliap-, Hie  betler   plan.    Jfe had  asked no nuin for Ids vole (cheeis),  as he would   icgiird   that an insult  lo a ni.in/s.   intelligence:, To 'labor  .should belong  the  full   product of  ils toil, and   the  socialists went on  th ��������� piinciplc  they should support  legislation   if ' it     heneiillcd   lhe  wuikei*,-., and   \l. it   did   not  they  would (op|ip)c^,it,   <Theie   w'ras( no  identity between laboi nnd cupital.  The om|)loyci wanted   moie piofits  and longei houis, the laboicr moie  wages and slioi'ter liom.-.      -. f-  '.Hev. B. F ,Wil*-on then deliveied  a Stirling  speech   on   lhe  evils  of  trusts,and conibines, and -the  con,  "tnil by capital   of'lhe   lesouices of  iiatuio anir mnchineiy, fiee   access'  to  which_ were   necessaiyd-for  the  niiiintehance of-life.     / ,-  At last night'ij meeting the chairman, complimented the Koojjnay  Mail, the only papei in Revelstoke  carrying���������tlic union'label, >on the  f:iiincss.it had shown the socialists  though it had ciiticised th'em in its  leading columns. Ue condemned  the old paities and' attacked J. M.  Kellie's position The conservatives  would hold ji meeting >Monday  night and the socialists would be  theie and demand a> hearing for  themselves ''and ,Mr..-' J-voIJio.  (Cheeis) ' " ���������   >     .  if Rev. 1). F. Wilson , delivered^ tin-  othci excellent speech Jle urged  them 10 suppoit the,socialist candidate. J i"\V. Rennclt.'    -        \    ,   .-  ���������jQQ@&Dg9  I '��������� A car load of Nails,'. Rope, Chain; 'Bar-Iron; |  M Building, Paper and General Hardware just uii;  loaded.'-'.' '*   .   '' '"'*   ' ���������',    '  Also a ear of, 'Bran 'and Shorts-  We are doing a big business'in Heating Stoves  S'a  ��������� BOURNE BROS  ���������*  I        H , -1 " ^     .      1 ' (  'f-      < ' -       '   ,     '  Headquarters for Groceries  ���������    ',''  "ofo Guaranteed-.Quality.-;.  Agents, for-McClary's Stoves, Ranges,.Enamel "and Tinware;  ^fhM  t,4   '"-(..-"L'^'i*.'!  r'l-r "-^SjiiL  LABOR STRIKE. ;t  C^P. R.'Blacksmiths, 'a/,  il'lvel-  0 s y  stoke 'Shops Go Out.  At 10 a m. Wednesday the bl ick-  smiths and helpeis at the ,C J^. li.  shops hoic went out on stiik'e owing  to a difficulty .about the new  schedule. It'is hoped the trouble  nia\ he immediately adjusted so  that the men may lesunie woik.  Put'-in Stock the Last .Few^ Days.  '^ii    11000 yards Tabic Linen.     ��������� ������ > <2,     7   ���������  11 '. . 7 s, dozen Tabic .Napkins, f"'       - ', '    "-   ,. '"-  ' ' . "* ' .    ' ' . ,'" i'"' J' ., >.' ������������������      ,  - ..Sheetings,^bleached and unbleacoed.   ..,y '-^7-f  *   ,-; Blankets, 'white and' zrcv. -   "   ," -'',   *���������"*,��������� *- t  -, *   - '     -      . i,    **>    - .Ll . 1      ' *.,,  '"  - Flannelettei'Sheets.  '"��������� , Pillows.   f>- 'Cushions.  i   -*���������"'������ yAWMtf;  j '--.���������<i.fififrf*,������$  . '  -,    ��������� 1,     fir,  *  -c>f&m  - \    7" i'f^\  1 y- -nm  'ft1!  4������s,..  Women's Wrrappcrs. '* :"^  d^hild's, Dresses/,  -    Ladies Rain Coats, in ^ and-full lengths..-,  '      _/ --  ���������?i -'"-'.r Ladies and'Ghiidren's-Knit'Vests and-Drawersr.V *',^  -v^l t^Ji-i  Agents'for Ladies Empress Shoes and'Butterick's Patterns. , ../<  c , '��������� ;   '-     , ���������. -       - ,   ���������-  Special Prices to Hotels and Boarding Houses for Quantities.������������������  COIlsOl V-  COIlisC! \-  b  Sh.in-  Then the fact lcniains (-ee p. 7Q)  that Fulton, Tatlow, Green, Mc-  Phillip-. T.ijloi. voted against Mr.  Me I lines'- moie -'weeping amendment to ci*- e the province lull power  to deal mih Asiatic immigration,  and 111 I nor ol a ninihv jiamh\  motion li\ lion Mcl'hilhpb who  h.i- oppo-ed almost all legi-lation  agiin-l Chinese  .ind   .I.ni.'UK'-e im-  Xannimo���������K Qiiennell foii-eiv-  atnc, II bhuppau!, I.1I101, J II U.iw-  thoi nl hwaitc  soci.tli-t  Xelson���������John1 Jlousion, (oiibi'n-  atnc, S. S Tayloi, iihei.il  Xewcastle���������A IJnden, consei\,iti\e,  D W Jrm lay, lihei.il, I' \\ illi.iiiio,  socialist t  >'eu- Westininstei���������W tlitloid. ton-  sen, itivc, \V. II   Koaiv. I1l1c1.1l  Ok.m.iKiin���������I'nce 151 ii*>oii, coii--(.m \ -  ,ili\e  T  \\"  Steiln n, hliei.il  I'u\clstokc���������T T.^loi, emihei \.iLiw\  .1   ir   Ki'lho,   niiluiieiideiii,  .lulin   \\  Ijennett, '.oei.ihfct  Kichiiiond���������F C Col ton, eon-,en-  aliic, John C. Uiown, liliui.il  Kossiimd���������A. S Goodce, eoiiben-  .itive; J   A   ir.icdonaltl, hliei il  Snanicli���������il Tunnel liheial, I) il  Fbcits, coii'-enalnc  Siiiiillcanieeii���������I, W Mi.ilfoul. coiisen.itive, W  A   ilel.e  hhei.il  Skeen.i���������C. W D Clifloi I, conscn-  ative, P. Hei 111,111, hbeial  Slocan���������W Iliintei, 1011-ei \.ilne,  W   D.iv idsoii, l.iboi  Vancouvei ��������� lions R T.itlow, C  W1I-011, .1 F G.ihIci:, A ,1 ijowsci.  A JI li irucGow.iu, coiisenaiivo,  Iii nest Bui ns, A. J{ btobl-mgs,  socialist, A. G J*eny, F Williums, aiid  ,1. 'ArcLnieii, labor, J M.ulin, T.  J3.i-v.tci, T TuiiiDiill, 0 I\r ilonclc and  Di Biydone-Jack, lilieial (Five nieiii-  bci s)  Vicloiia���������H D llchncken, Hon A  E ilcPlnlhp-, C JIavwaid and Joseph  Hunter, consei \alive, K I, Daily, W  G C.mieion, I J). ilcXiven " and  Uicliaul Jlail,' hbeial, T T. Watleis,  0 L. Charlton, socialist. (Four  niembcis)  Vale���������T. G Mcir.iiiaiTioii, conseiv-  ativc, Stu.ii t jlendeison, hlieinl  Yum���������II. Wiitjlit,   cniiM-iv.itivo; A  I'.i 11, hhei.il  fniin uur own conuoDonduit  Mi.~ Hang-, who has been nwav  foi Mime lime vi-iimg in Calgaiy  and Ai ni-uoii!j���������hiis letuined home  Mi Fi 11/. and pailncis came in  liom 'Cii.mil Fuiks Wednesday  inoniing and have gone up thc tiail  to then claims vvlncli aie' silualed  on the noilh foik of Keltic nver.  ^53&2^W^)&t3������WMZVff.'&y^  It .'.      ".'   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' -   ^1  1 " f-&&Y  ' << . * ol  il Dam,mi  budihte fiom  Pan- jeiveleis  1.1- shipped J.riO  pounds  lee hum to Detioit fei  finm om own ( ni lopoinkiil  ,We .11 c Ii iv ing line \,eilliei ,it last  Mis J 0 iriitcliiMin -nenl I..ilmi  Ij.iv in Ke\e!stoKe  ���������Sleplilll I .lift Hi llllil la 11.,\, imjiIc-  ing at tlie mill .it, K.iult  J U lliiii.hi-iiii is iliiwii heie, Liking 'i' 1 Ik  '/Kiiise sin oline  1-ohlic.il -(piili- .tie llvini. .iioiind  We ( .vpcet -(Hue Li j,u oil -i.on  Tlie heai- ,ne liiiiv g nhei iiiij hei 1 ies  1 mil -eein pVntilii! ilnwn in I ��������� i������  v.ilicy  Wos|kiii 1 \en cnji ji.dilu nine at  lliu imihd iv pni.v t;i\(ii liv Mi..ind  .\li������ Jhiiliii, ii\ii luritij *ieison-  iieini: pu-ini  LACROSSE.  1 Si.i.v- I lie Iv.iiiiloep-SciiLini'l ''Tin  liewlMokc I if m*-c It* im lei the gain"  go hv delanit, to llic Ikiiiic ic.ini, I'V  not putting in .ippu.iianec ^esti'id ij  (Mu11d.1v), tlio 1111111 set Ioi playing the  piolested g.nne nf Inh 1st. Tins  gives .1 g.nne to each club, uitli the lie  to lie pl.ived otl wiilnn two weeks of  the Lahoi  J).i*) g.une "  ,\\  >'M  :~'fl  Tea  Is just a little more delicious than any other  .   Try it - ". v    ,  M. A. SMITH & CO., Agents, Revelstoke, B. C.  CHURCHES.  I'ui.sin 11:111 a v.  On Sunday Itcv.W C Calilei pleached on the lifjuoi question witli special  lefeiencc lo the Iiccinc giantctl foi the  spoils Ife urged clean spoils, unci  asked if the lupioi* intei st wa-, 11111-  nmg the tow 11'  SAI.VAllO.N   AltWV.  Special harvest tliiuiksgiving festival  sei vices will bo held i'i the bmiacks  Sept If), 20, 2L and 22 This evening  will he a song service Sunday, 3 p  111 , .1 lice and ea-y meeting mid 8 p 111  siilijccl "The I'd nits of Indolence,"  I'i ov \\ I Tuesdny will be the  gluanoi senice and auction silcof  goods RefieshineiUs will ,i|0o be  sei veil  GRIPS  nice Trunk. Valise  Whui \ ou -ire in need of  or Suit case ilon't forget us. for.wc can suit you and  prices aie nVlu  We have'opened up .1 large stock of Rubbers,  Mackinaw's,  suit vou.  German   Sox    Luayaii-..  and  we can  OUR GROCERY TRADE  is still jjrowino and we are too busy to tell \ou what  we are doing this week.    Call and sec us.  MACDONALD & JWEiTfl  FIRST ST   AND CONXAUGIJT AVE.  '���������'%^X^���������&\^A������\ra  1 ;^''-L*iA^K&.1^L8cL&S l��    -
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(    ' "TUKKOOTMNAY SIA1L,    "
PIio m' No. ].V RovelMoke, 13.0.    I
Ghineso   in   mines,   An    accident
happened   which   resulted   in  the
deatli  of several Ghineso anil gave'
(he government ample .opportunity
lo enforce.thc law. Dunsiiiuir, however, was evidently  more powerful
(linn' Premier. jMcIiride , and   Capt.
Tatlow for ho appears (o have simply said   lo  Ilium  "Now  my good
men 3*011 have gone far enough for
my   fancy.     Stop!"     And   they
stopped.,  And   the braggarts who
weie going to enforco the law have
done nothing.
,- Wo request our nuinoroub poudors to
favor' us with tholp assistance*- In
, ,maklntr tho KOOTENAY MAIL, tho
most  valuablo  advertising- medium   in   tho  Kootonays  by^Ivlnj?
,      tho ppoforonco, when1 makliur pup-
'   '   chasos , to   thoso   11 puis  who   are
Pog*ulap advertlsors In tho KOOTENAY MAIL. ' , "
Coplcii of 'I'm-: M.ui, imiy bo (iliiiilmid fimii
tlio following city iikoiiIm:
-     '     - J. W. IlK.S'NI'l'l,
' a.vaiia Muim A,- Mooic Cod,    .    r
< ,       J''. J I.   \V|*U.S*.
IxTnIjON (KNOl/ANMlTAlrKsTjlT""-"
'Our KiikIIMi oIIIcomuo nt'lO Flout nil cot, Ijoii-
iilon, IC. <J��� u'huio MuH^iri. K. & .1. Hmdy ic I'd,
villi rucolvo for in ICiihIIhIi  iiowh, miliMirlplloiis
mid ndvorilnciiionlK und  whotc 11 (Ho In knpl ot
liiin pupei for llio iimj (fruo ol oIhu'ku) hi  nny ol
.our ruiuloii. vl-.lt.lnj; l>nnilon und ilu-.|ioiia-ol
"'������eciiiK Iliu'liiKfot ln-.no pon-iiblo of bin or liur
ocul piipur.   , 1, ��� ' , ,
i?J. IIAItDV & CO.t,
-   \ NKvV'&l'AI-ER GomiKoJ'ONDICNTS,
SO Kltci, Street, ��� (      London, Knoi.anii.
The conservative  press*   finds  itself unable to'defend Unquestionable methods of   Premier lMcliridc.
The llossland Mine'r, a consorvalivc
paper, refoning to the failure of (ho
premier  to   complete'.his cabinet,
says1 ' "The portfolio of provincial;.
secretary   is  vacant  and   has been
since Mr. iWoBrido was called upon
lo form 11 government.    The Miner
is sorry to see   this, inasinucl'i as il
gives occasion for' gossip that he is
holding the appointment open for
political iidvimItigos   to "he,, trained
during the eiinipiiigii.    If Mr, McBride desires  lo  inspire confidence
ho should   prove   himself  as hcinu
above suolrqueolionablo  methods."
"' ���       f>.   '
Brule, .considers  tlio publican pack
of foolf* who will take what ho says
for gran ted without looking up for
(heinsolves his 'votes  in'the'legislature and, his   record ( on  jiublic
questions.   To maintain in control
of thc government 11 man who stales
Mich deliberate falsehood lo mislead
the people would he most discreditable   to ��� this     province,   and   on
election ,day  every  right-thinking
citizen, every  man   who  wants���> to
see clean, honest government in the
province, will   vote   to   turn   down
homier  Mdirido 'and - those  who
support hini in such  gross misrepresentation and abuse of the public
trust which 'has,   been  .reposed in
'   '   I'llICMJKit MolJItlDK
That Premier MoJiride- ids'* afraid
" -* t       AND PJNKII AM,
Okkicks :   Moi.so.vs  Uanic   Ui.ocic,'  Rcvi.i.
8T0KK, Jj. C.
Money to loan.
. Olllceii: Kevelstoke, 11. V.; Foi l Sleele, li. C.
Gko. S. McCaiitku, 'i
A. M. Pi.vkiiam, ,
.i     Hovolntoke, B. C.
J. A. IIahvi-y, '   "
Fort Sleele, li. C
Bahius'fbhs. Solicitous, Notaries
-    Poiu.ic, 'Ere. ,
Kir.st Slri'cl.
Kuvel&toke, li.U.
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TTlDWARD A. IJAGGI3N,     ��� "   .'
1 -    '        Mining Knginkkh,
I.Muiii. Americim  IiiitiMile,AlininK JCiiKiiitcji.-)
(Jtein.* Cniiiidinn Mining Inotitiile.)       > .
.<. . .    "*   -    HEVELST0KJ5, li. U. ,   '-
Kxiiniinntion of nnd ropoils on Mineiul l'io-
, ' pcrtiesalSpecially.
"MlniiiK Kiiunicei- nnd Sletnlluigiiir
** ' si'i:ciai.tii:��:
i Kxnmimitioiw nnd Itc'poiN on Jlininit   1'iop-
' erliei.
Spcciflcatloirmid  Construction of Jlininf,' Jlu-
.chlner)-. 1   I
;   TcaLs miulc of Ore�� nnd Concenti ntion foi CI1I01 -
i        ine end Cynnidu Tienlinenl.        '
H)drnulic Plants..
Hertford McNeil Code
>:"   : Real Estate, Special.    -
<C9 A.C\Cl�����" va-i' terms bnjr, ,1 splendid
<V*j,-t\j\j modern icidente and luulols;
lioui<e conuins 9 ioom>, situate casl end.1
��� ���RI-ROn���'1'"0 stor). S-ioomed dHelliiu'on
Cf)l,OKJ\J   Ku,tfftieet.
*R9 700��� Jtodern rcsidenec, 10 , rooms,
<p&,l\J\J grounds OOxlOO feel. ��ell silnated
<C9 .Of)A���Two-slory liouae in line locution,
<j;��j,��jv/i/ containiiiKS rooms.Mono foiindii-'
tion, cement floor in cellar, ground-, jtKIOU. ���-"���
���JSOKflj���One-nn'd-a-lmlf stoiey coltagc, live
tyc-ovy   roomsand bathroom, Thudhiieetr
5R1 100-���*��� ���"���"���roomed colUige on Kouilh
<f''��lv'iv nlruct;,irciculnrsiiii|i; could not, be
replaced for les-i than $1,100.
Farm Land in 'Salmon Arm.
���fifl5l:i~F,��.r20nc',='-of coed, rich land .-uit-
���"'""' able for fruit, etc.. near station: L-ood
terms on thin property; only $1U0 eaih re(|iiiied
S*2 0()C)���Buys 100 acres near alatiou. 20
i?i^,\j\j\j ncrCo rcu'y for eiop. uboul -i'i
bearing fruit trees; half cnah lequiied.
L "-
S2 62f)������Kor Kol'Iff fnrl��. 'even acres- in
yti,\JCO cr0P) nlI kina-, of stock and lmple
mcnt.��, etc.
\\TK   HAVE  JIONEV   TO   LOAN   bv   the
TT     bushel on Ilevelstoke Ileal K-tate, and
can a.s.-ist you in purcliiising your home.
rF YOL: want to buy or =cll real estate, it vull
P<()- you to give us a uill.
Ileal Kst.uc and Insurance Agonis.
-Xcw modern cottngo on Fouith
itrect, excellent home for a ) 01111-;
���Buys SO acres  of unimproved land
about Hve miles  fiom station; good
Zbe 1Rootena\> HDatl
to trust the people is, evident from
the fuel, llial he chose a small commit lee room, said lo  bo  cajiahle of
seating only '100 people,  at   Wcbl-
niiiTslcr in which lo  open his campaign   and   announce' his   policy.
fTc whined that ho  bad been born,
bred   and'   brought   up- in , West-1
minster, and that   it   would   be  11
crime for   that ,city 'to   turn down
his   supporter  there,' Mr.   Gifford.
How much greater  a  crime would
il bo for-thc people  of   British Columbia to support Premier McBride
who, when minister of niines, voted
in the cabinet, not  once; but again
and again, to filch   from the people
* 13.000,000  of, coal   and  oil binds
and band them over to tborG.P.I!.?
Ts not'every man  who votes to sustain thc man who,sought to do,this
thing committing  a   crime against
his fellow-electors?   ���
-��� .The premier then said he had always been in favor  of  government
control   of   railway   rales, but  on
May Oth,'1901,   be   voted   against
this very proposal,    lie' next   told
the audience he was in favor of'free
trade in lailways, and   on the same
date he voted against this principle.
He admitted he had gone to Seattle
to gel assistance of Great Northern
oflicials    in.,    devising   a    railwav
policy.   lie took'credit for pi eventing the   Canadian   Northern   deal
going through   and   tying  up  the
country   but.   forgot,   to   tell   bis
audience that on "Feb. 23rd, 1S99.
he'voted   against a mea.-uic to stopj
huge land grants   to   railways, and
on Mar. 12th. 1901, he voted against
referring concessions to railway and
othei  corporations   to   the-vote of
the people   before   granting-'them,
lie said he "had  asked the Laurier
go vein ment lo prevent employment
of Chinese~ on   the   Grand  Trunk
Pacific but forgot   to tell them that
on Aug. 2-1,1900. and April 2-J."l901
nc had three tunes cast a vote against
prohibiting  employment of alien.-
on lailway works.    He said
Smith had   opposed   him   when he
wished    to   stop     employment   of
Chinese   and   Taps,   a    statement
which was  a   deliberate   fai.-ohood.
Sonje Morre Votes by Premier Mc-
Bride and Ministers and by
Taylor and Fulton.
On Aug. 22nd, 1900. Moliride,
Fulton, Taylor voted against proposal toacquiio Western Telephone
it Telegraph ,Go's, rigbls, and Mc-
Pbillip.s, Tatlow", Alcliricle,pulton,
Taylor, voted against right of province io��� acquire Vancouver and
Weslminslorr railway williin len
years.   '   r <
On May, Oth, ,1901 J" though Unpeople of'lhe province were demanding competitive railways iii older
lo '    "      '   ' *
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A���Big   Gold  Lead  Struck on the
i  , Beatrice. '-\ _
Friini Om Own (J��uio-|xniilu]il.
'     (       lU'ATHU'l' (I01.D J.l'.Ul.
TI16 gold   ledge   on   the   Ilea I rice,
which   win   ������uecnlly   disjcovoicd,  bus
boon   uncovered   for   about   Ml) fed.
The ledge is, .'10 feet wide, nnd a sample
of 50 pounds taken across   lliu face of
the ledge iissaj ed $70 to the ton.   Two
gangs  of  nion,  one at the upper end
ono nl llio lower, arc busy constructing
a rawhide trail lo this mine,    It is tlm
in (oil t ion of the owners to<iiinl*e 11 bin
shipment- lhi��  wilder  from the silver
lend, leads.011   llio ptopcrly,   .ludgbig
from   ropoiI.s  this  is ono'of llio niot.1
pioinibing niines today iii the hiiidcnii
0011 nt ry.   Pliiladulpliin onpilnlisi.s have
been in, and no  doubt 11 (leuI coukl lie
nindu on  tlio  property   if, the  owiiuis
would iiccepl lliuir liiiinvs., ' ��� <'
a iii'ak sroitv,
A lin-go hilvur   lip 'bioku   inlo   tlm
Moiviooni ul   the    liuatrieo   nnd .wiih
helping   hiiin-ulf'when  Koy Aiiderion
looked in nt the  window til .see  what
wiih  eronting (hu dislnrbiinco, jtihl ah
J'or'Cougli'i, Cold1,
lug Cough.   Vncc ?,*���
'* Rernod*y.
i'liiid Wlioop.
large si/.c ^oc.
Charnjcri.'ii.Tid-i  Ct,.'"s, Cholera
and Di3rn'j:)'*a '..{r.icdy.
For IiowU Complain'.-.'.    1'iue 35 cents,
Chainberlasr'!* [',;. ,' Zzlxi. ,
An ,'iiiliseplK' liuiiiK'iH , ��� |ii'ciiillv valna.
hlefor Cats, lliui'.es ,->|Tin: ,,mi| Rlii'inn.i-,
tibin,    I'1 ice 2-, ital.; I.i;;,es:,.. 50 cults..
'Chsnborldsn's Sir;. .-.;h and*
Tor   I's-jnlcis  uf via  Slianacli, Ja'vcr
: 51  i.i-,
1 1 r * '' r ,
_^ _  It lias become generally known that Wilson , leads, in line
failorinir.     Our ,New York iraining,givcs lis tlie know-how ol*
doing- the wor
See our display of Trouserings for the trousers season. '
Our Fall stock of goods has arrived.      -      ���'   union shop
-   Fashionable
* '  ',Tailor:
9    , J.  SLvt
jMckmnzii-: avion ui-:,
I'lld  J'iOVVI Is,      I'IK (i
Every one v,t {'fit? p. .^y, ������',',;,r.3
-is {*uurr"h;^c-.i tu/i i' >; '. !.vy ;;������*,!���
isfaclcry '�� t...*��� 1 - .>.-', ,���,, : ' il.j
moiic".' n-iti hu rf'-" . ."'
,0 be-freed from thc& monopolv of
he GdT. K. McBride, Green. Taylor
and Fulton* voted against a niou'dn-
that picforen^e be given to*.competitive railways;-" and*"the same
gentlemand with jMoJ'hillips substituted for Taylor, voted against
government control -of railway,
lOnibfime date ' McBride, Green.
Pulton Voted'against, a motion to
protect wages of'men employed bv
contractors and subcontractors on
'railway construction. ''"
, On-April ,2'lth, ''1901. Arc Bride
voted'againsla motion to have Alid-
way-Vcrnon railway bill amended
lo "prevent employment of alien
labor thereon, and "Green, Tatlow,
Fulton, McBride, Taylor voted
agnin-st recommittal of Chilkat railway bill to prohibit eniploynient.of
alien laboi. '.   -
t   McBiide ii 111 sore .stin igh ts.    '      '
Tlio banks, woia ti tibt hini.^
\ The   dominion .^governmciit   wont
tui��t liim. ,.'
, The pot pic don't trust hini.'
The pin ty doesn't ti list him S,
Hedoes   not'trnsD   himself  oi'*' hi-,
/        . ,
He is theiefoiu foi ceil to jro to the
people to'get nd of his uflico mikI h.io
Used the election for October '.in\. luo
weeks fi0111 today, vv-hon I.e will descend
from Ilia temporary and disgiaecd
pedestal, to go into oblivion lor r\ui.���
_ Jlowlaiicl U-itt.iin, Patent Atioiney,
Vancouver, reports: S. F.iigli. Van-
cotivei, received ,1 Ld S. I'litenr on hia
gas burner ciit;ofl. and J. ICelliii^ton
similar Patent on Fish ("-leaning
Machine.    In t'his miicliin-i   Dbu   fish
the hour loul-ed out 10 heu who wiih
coin iii}; to (listni'li him during bis repast. It is needless lo .say Key/lost no
time iu leneliiiig'thu bunk 'li'oihe 11 ml
giving (he ' iiliinu.' Alib<)tigh 'Uiey
.turned, out, willi half .1 do/.un r'illes,
they failed,lo get. a shofnt luiiiu
"      I'OI.I'I'IOAI.       , '
*.). M., ICelbc was in. (Joiniipb.v, Ilea-
ton and-Uiiiiiboino In.st week looking
ii|i his suppoileis and,old ncipiaiul-
nnces. Aeeoiding to,'reports ho went
out gieatly elated with his piospocls.
Lust Friday f. \V, Bennett iiddrch.sed
iiboul  .'}.���)" nl   the I'dvcbiinge.    lie, was
well icceived, is 11   good   spenkei,  a'nd
we should jiulgu isj   putting up.aoldiin
fight. t IIor  refinini'il,- irom,, .iKacking
eithci'of lusop'ponoiits, and' slated 'he
wa1! asking ��� no   man for his vote, lltnl
he lelt  this  lo   their  own, judgment.'
Even those lielciiging to other pail ies
joined in giving a vote of thunks at thc
close of his nddi ess.' ���',        -.i""
<l'   tiii; 111:1,noi; w'anti;h.
. A'avigalion- i^   libnost-closed in tho
channel, ,11)1(1   if  the diedge is 10 lie of
nny use to us this .seasoiMt'shoiild now
be at work.    If ib is any good,' llueo or
four  weeks  should,, lie   .suflieiont   to
deepen the cliannersuHicieiitly."
J'usiness     continues     good.     Tiie
hotuli and lively .stables 'have all thoy
ean handle. r
' f\r. and AIi�� ,). M Giocn aie leaving
for the const next,week, owing lo Mis.
(Jicon's continued ill health.
Theie'lius liecn\a l.nger tiavel he-
tween heie and Trout Lake during the
last two months than  usual. ,
Thcicsidcnts ol JJealon are all enjoying ininipkin pie .lames Jiiubi idge
sold no less than 75.otit ol bis g.ndcu
dm ing the lust luo dnjs <
Th'c Big Bend J.uinbei company will
soon have their wimps and stables
completed ,.it the Mackay lancbes.
They have bi'cugbt in ten' span of line
hois.es and will soon be cutting logs at
at thc ni to ol 130,000 leet a day .', d
Seveial panics here :11c trying'to
organ 1/.e a company to erect a new
liist chiss hotel ot (10 < 1061ns. Thc
011 deling is Lo 1 bo haul 'finished 'an I
elected ',opposite whcie the townsite
conipanyL contemplate, building the
new wli.uf, about :)00 feet west of
Thomson's icsidcncc. ' ���
I bo rock lienii'ued with gold. Gold far
in lhe eruviees whoiu it could not he
seen but could he felt ut arm's liMiglb.
Gold lying on the ground and giumlod
with lilies.   One jirospeeloi* is in  jail,
another   panning   nil' da^ d.nevei
looking iipe.veepl for his bolted men Is,
Gold gnloru. (Julil 10 dream of and
wonder at; great'fort lines jilnslercd 011
the rooks for Ihe world lo look upon,
I never Ik ped lo s'eo'-so much gold,
and now I lntvo seen the richest .surface
showing in lhe woi Id. uXoIhing more
in the yellow gold line will ever surprise me." - ,   <
SlJ '    ' ' - 1    ��� ��
Tis Certainly Complete
AA j^ the wny a eiislo'iiici' pulh'il, al'iei1 exainrning lhe cxlensive
Ai (���'lill,''"ll,l aiiimunilioii shown in our south window.
I; '-,    ,;'.' an' H(,||ing the In I est and hesl, nssoi led sloek i-vcr ollVred in the, &
ejil cily Mils season.        <   ,   , , ,[ , ' ' L
; ,* 0_A_K,T,'lFtI3D'GJ-ES.'.' \ - %'
, m.Yu !i'."v" ���*���." ���^"'imcli loaded wilh ICiinioch .Smokeless I'owdci1.   '     "���"'
hu   rap wilh (Juiiis As Mnrvey Waterprool So'inkeless I'owdci'.
1 he I rap with Diipont'.s Smokeless powder. ,
I hu Yuleiin williJCnowles' Special Smokeless Powder.
im ,Mm,!ll,i.li'inhM1M\^i,'lluV','l,'lllll|',,li>1 ,:- l\,(tuiiilniil(,ii, iiiii'rolhiim vvhl'uli fllllllOL T
,,{���>    '      Im,       ,  I    I , I    ''',J( "   \\'\"'  '" K'tU'k',U U,"1U *'"Ul   " I'KlhdBllJf.'IO.'HI, IIIKl II IIICUH   *F
01 J.',   iiuhiiki anil (,'lvu hm 11 cull huluiu iiiiiuIuisIiii,' fur lliu li."
I. . (njs
KOI I   IIAIIDWAIIK        ' l|��
OK A\,l, Iv'lMlS.' 4*
-^    ������������>-; -    "���'������ 1        ,���    - lUOVIOI.S'rOKl'*, JJ.O 41'
6 '0 ��� f     ���    ', ',',       , ' . |(|��
w: ,m. _lawrence;
'I'iiyIm- Hloek, Alnclc'ciiscii* Avenue, ���   -
J. .1. Voting, of Calgary, who is interested m the Lucky Jack and "Mag-
iiii-s&uii piopesties, cxpiessed his
intention of putting in .1 newspaper
shortly. The place is begming to
���lasutnc townliko appeaianco, aiid as
a mining camp is now at the most
pictinesfpie it.u>c of  its   caieer    Now
���J'l''ioni Om Own ('viii'siiiii)iIoiii -    ���-
\V. Kobinson of Golden 'wnsin town
Inst "week.     t ''
���   .1. McKno ofdlmiver  was-in   Golden
over Sunday. . '
Wliilo-A liolmes whs pulling on a
bolt bis 111 m slipped bcLweun hell and
pulley aiid nearly [iiillpd it out of the
socket v it is now-powerless
Tbo'yoiing'iiicn of IJcuver nnd some
of the ladies gnve 11   eo'ncci t and social
in aid,ul    ihe_  (.lunch    list  Snlindiiv.
The hall was uiowded.    Mr. MeCnlluin
was  chiiiini.in; iind   in his addicss re-
inuiked he did niiL   know why Ihey nl-
ways elected  him   for, clininmin.'  lie
guessed it was heciitso he was the best
looking man in Iieavci, nnd that nnist
bo ovei looked because he  was  .Scotch,
and    Iliac   accounted' lor, il     All the
bcolcb weic'eoneeiled. Thepiogi.imme
was as follows; Song by AHsscs   Iln/,oI
and   Hilda   iMcCiilhuu",  iccilations bv
AIis-.es Xelbo \Vlial'/;iIn/cel'AIcCallmn
nnd Aii.'Kent, sbnghy Alisses Kva nnd
Mabel McGalltim, iceilation  by  Hilda
ArcCalltun,   musical  selection "by .AH1,
l.eonaid,   song   by   Alisses Iln/.cl nnd
Jfildn   AlcC.illiim 5and   Araudo    Bell,
lending hy.AIiss  AlcCnlhmi, lecitation
'hy Alatidc Boll, song hy Alessis.  Cornish'-and   Whale,   lecitntion   by  Hazel
ArcCalluni, musical selection"on organ,
coi net and guitar," hy Mis'- Eva AJoUal-
lum nnd'Messis. beonaid and irowdcn
song by Alisses Ha/.cl and   Jiilda   AIc-
Cnllum, duett hy AIcssis .ITowdcn and
beonaid,  song  by W. J'.uloy, duel hy
AHss AfcCalluni nnd   A. Leonard, song
by Misscs'AIny, Kva and Ar.ihcl AIcC.il"
bun, songs by J. Whale,  L.  G    Itunt
and Air. Wilson.   'Sydney llu 111, Hairy
McCalluin and A. Mowden passed fruit,
ice cream,'cake and codec round.   The
enlertiiiiiniciiL wns 11 gic.it success nnd
netted   ifll'S.  -Gient pnusc' is due thc
children for decoiating the  hall.    Wc
missed  some  good old Scotch ballads
on   account, of Afr.   McK.ic  being  nl
UNtll'll 'rill1' AUSI'll'CS OK
The Royal Agricultural and Industrial'Society of B. C.
.     ''"    . ,-   -  -     , WIljMJKiriOljlJ AT      ���       '     '   ,"���''./
-*J*BW  WESTMIJSIS-&EF^'f   23.   C\       '
'���'��� September"29 and "30, October ,1 and 2
' .   '   "      ' .OPEN TO THE'WORLD '- ,.'.'   ,
Ai,A!.'.!""v"f I'lu'l's"lV f01* Koiii1 Wlioli) Jl.ivs-1-.iciosso  '1'oiiiiiiimcnl. SliiiniiocKs (if
ii.ii   r-i   ii.   '���I,uuln!-I\l.'l,cl0';''0 Cl1.1,1.'- ^Vcuniiislci LaciiissoCliili.    l.'lio WirkM. Hiisu   , h,
Alli'i(|.|i lis "'    '      K"     '""' lll,IMlllll,llolls.(-i|.iii(I 1'oiuuite.icli ovcnhij,', Spuci.il      B .     '
/    JVo "Entrance   Fee   Charged for   EjchibiU.        ,    '
--iii,!5m^.<i.,ll,lJ'i-0'V'l;iJ;i Tl'1np.<i'i('iiiiii'ML: am: Kim-iuii-, Aid. iioIiikjs.-aui. wiisoi,, ndnd
-Hi jiiiiior.  VV. .I.M.Uhor,,   l(. K. AikUmmhi.  W. It. Cllluv.   I> A. tuira, I). S. CJuili,,'0.
A. V, clsli, duo. Arlnnis, .lolin Held, VV. A. 1). .lone-, .1. A. Ciiiiiiin|,'liiiiii.
l''oi 1'ii/o Lists, Kiiliyli'ocin,, ii.id full iiiirtiuiilius vviilu la   .-    ��� *" *     .
T. J. TKAPP, Proslrtont.
aamriTrrag jan
W. H  KEARY, Managor find Socrotary.
. ' ' < (V
Op|)oslLi>ilC'LiiiLinl(>]Cului, Itcv-Llslok'c.
~ Lathe and   General Alaeliine \Vork'
', Pioinptly   iixeeuied.-   *"" ���
^11* ��>c
Kootenay Lodge
No. ISA'.F. & A.M.
���, :-e. wateksqjs1.'
Bricklayer and Stonemason
P  O. V.ok IUI.
llKVKI&TOICll. It. C.
nontoi   theni   stand   next    to
stores anil lestliraiiDs.
The necessity  of   a.   staLion
and telegraph opei.itoi*  at   die
s   in
cn nip
W'e have it on high authority
lhat one of the first branch lines:
the Grand Trunk Pacific  vvill con-
are [tlaced in a   receiver,, .belly   down j Irame   buildings    with   sidewa
and tail first, ami   the ��� tail    j?   <u/vd   '
by one of �� series of gi ips on   .-m   end-
lea^ chain truveliing over the   path   of
the fish.   The first step   iB   to   '���^cr
.the bend, which  i-     preformed ,by   :t   is- veiy sliongly'felt, as tho  amount ol
power opera ted   knife     the    rele.i-e of j height nm\ coming    in   leads    to   no
which   i5    e.'ieci'-d   hy   U-ver.--   which; end   of   deiay   .md      annoyance   titt-
are "-h.iped to eni;.i<re the trilL, of   tlu-'dei       the-   pie=oiit     piinfithe     ai-
fish us. m is   drain    ihrouirh     heiiveen I rangemynt..     The   one   tram   on   the
I them.    Tin's device ensures    th.il,   the ' run i-'Kept     steadily,    inniiiiig   t ,i'ck'
K-ili h ' '�� '" r1riUV:' t,S,,t   iro"1    t!l''   silN ' and foith lif-ltveon i.aido and  Ocri.ud,
lV-M*'*|'iwl tho cut is madi with  a.   le-idt.uit; loaded uitb frie-ht of .illdtseiintion-,
���lmimniiii of   vi.iett'. , The    lish    tli��ii j and steamer on Trout lake now    ,hav-
patses ovei 'i splitting   knife   *ind th" j iiii; to um ,t li.uge to   issi,i it   with its
visccim is lemovcd   h_v    a    tapered    ie-   load r-veiv tup.
.volvmgj-cicw, the    body    heing   held!     ('n the" Ltiek>   .Jack, the   tinine     '
to it and     suppoited    in    tlio   piopei j now in    -ilimit    Intv
��� ���   , .... .   , ���d--"-'-i ""��    ihjiij     uein^    iiem i      wn me i.ueicj   j.icif, Hie   tunnel    la
vvnicii was a deliberate tai.-chood. to it and suppoited in tlio picpH mm in -iliout Inty f-et. Thb lend
lie wound up bv declaring he had 11*"*'1'"" ''>'il senc- of yielding ioII"rs althot.uh not ns wuhj as on tin.. snr-
no interest whate-.er in il,/,������l the sh,,pe of wbieh conforms lo 'the! face, show, two feet oi white .piart/
i~. h ii.ii. .tl in the coal cros. .section of the fish body Tl���.,e-,hrtw(,',i,-|-,r put, w.ill,. V.u-rv f. iv
and   oil -land    suinci.il;   vet in his   after the li-li is m.m,, over  a   snap.-r I fed siinl! b ads of  bmi,   ci,,. to"   fotu
sworn   tc.-tiniony   befoie   lhe com-
mi.-aifin he said:���
"We knew* perfectly well that
tliev (Ihe.-c land,) Wcre in proximity to the Fernie coal lands, and
adapted to the shape of the visceral j lueix- wnf< cio-, tin,, lb', main Ic.id sli-
eavity while .i rapidly ievolv*in<: str.i-', xlit I.v ;vn|. i. ingat tho pom t of eonliMcr
pet* cleans the outer side of the bodv. The ���-nit<st d-'ptn mm .itlained
watci at a high pressure being lib- ' by the tn:i!)-I i, j)���i i��,
emlly spilly(>d the w-bib: both inside ��� hmid'-Kd uvl. th'
and  out    'Alio tail
struct in the  west  vvill   be   that to  tlisit  possiblv   that   mHit  "*n'itlv  ,,y ,l power   opeiated   knife   rf leased,'J
their value."       "      " ^ j j��y the ti.il grip,  -uid    the   body   fills   :
Xelson via the Big Bend and Revelstoke thus giving this city and
district, and in fact the whole of
Kooten.iy. the advantage of a competing line.
The settlers in the Jllecillcwact
valley have been very badly treated
this season. This .spring their
.bridge went out and has not been
replaced, .-o they arc cut off from
transportation, except by rail, and
then find thc railway charges so
high they cannot afford to ship
their crops by that means. This
is a work that should have the immediate attention of the government.
add to	
"The chief eommi.ioncr thought I ZX^Ul^7���" "	
I VV.   no-Vtl:a,nS jj   o'ft��'��   I''""?*   and the tail removvd t
and I thought so too." I oil���l chute.
' I hi- thing had   been   what you J     The   medianim-i
would call a  'chestnut.' we  u-ed to j ha- many novel  am
have il up   and
ol   one
mountain lining
is    then    ent   r,(l    rajudly    \, l,i-ie    th"    n.nl    riojis   out.
'I'll'- rock ,- not u ii.i'd  ooe    to    woik
ii. although thrnngb un  in -t     lulci n | l"'1
Fiom our own Coricnnumluul
Capt. Ivanc has   moved   his
ft0111 Kevelstoke to Nakusp.
\V iftintcr^tho eonsei vative candidate, is heie wot king up votes.
The diedge is being lopninted and
other improvements made on  hoi.
VV. A. C'allnghcr, ihe hbeial member
at Ottawa, passed thiough heie vcsloi-
d.iy foi 'Nelson.       v
Airs. U.S. Thoiiins letui ntd-fiom
He\eistol.*e, whcie abe hns been \isit-
ing her dnughlei, Alls. F   liom no
The Valu-Ooliunln.i Luniber coni-
luiij is htnlding it line cook hou-jc. ll,
is ("(iiiic nn addition to om  lown.
The Ali.sseo Mob, who'have been
hung in (own foi some time, lelt Ioi
Sandon, wheic their biol hei live-, It,
is itmio'-cd that one of (hem will join
one of the band of benedicts befoie her
ii fin n to Niikiisp.
.Mr AlclCissick ha.s jusl finished a
Menm laiinen foi the Iiig I'end lanii-
lei company nnd hns also got the
fiamo woik out for n suml! steam
launch foi Hull lliotheis. The steamer
Laido came in on Monday nnd lowed
[ up the launch for the   Iiig liend bum-
All lines or jtliisnn woik- limlui Liken.
Ksiiin.itos (fivcn for buildiiiKs, ��Lc
Painters, Paper-hangers, Signwriters
Oideis reei-ive prompt ailention.
Hccoiurdslieel,       -        I'l'iVb'LS'J'OK K
"S^^"//   !,>        '   '*  ""1'llOlOgllllU lllCCllMBa
'    j^t.fZBF'    . mo held iii llio Mns-   '
i''^rKS---b'W.-,<f��o*l     .oiiie Temple, llouine
S-^S^Vi*liA*':VK&Sl'l1'll.   on   the*  Ihild *
^^^^S^^JIon.liiJ'-" m   each'
���-irHP'/fes Ta*V��� inon Hi. nl   s p. i in. ��� *
iCT.S^:~,o:~-v^~    VisiiniK   liiolliii-n
*  '���     ~------ coidnilly welcomed.    '
, It. OOUIJON   Si:cui:*i'aky.   ",
SELKIRK LODGE, NO, 12, I. 0. O. P.    '
,.Meets eve. j   Tucs-liiv
evening'     in   Selki.k
Hull    at    S    o'clock.
) VIsiIiiik bic'Jnon coi-
'diiillj-' jiiviled   lo  ut-
OUTIHJTT, N. G. L'"}. JMAT11IIC. Site.
Ha.Icy-on  Ho -tSprigj
~fct n if a riti m.
rplll'3 AII'JDICAhAVATKUS et llal-
X eyon aie lin1 most (iiralive in Ihe
vvoild. A peitctl, natiiiabieiiiedy I'oi
all Neiyous and Alnsi iilnr diseases,
Liver, Kidney and Slom.ieh ailineiil.s
and Metallic Poisoning. -A sure cure
I'm "That Tired Feeling," Speual
rail's (in .-ill ho.iis and i,i,uiis. Two
minis'-a r live and dep.nl, every dav.
Telegraph (oimniinicalion wilh aii
pails ot tin- vvoild. An expei ienc'd
Halcyon Hot Springs
j\rrobu LaKc. 3. C.
Shorthand and Typewriting
and do Bookkeeping.
We (inilpacl. under M.,i'l to place gi.ul-
ualcs inside ol (idd.ns liom gi.idn.iting
.il .*7).t() |)er inonUi, ori-Ke pay I hem I hab
amouiaeach month nil pl.iecd
Handsome ealaldgue lor llic asking.
Vancouver Business College, Ltd.,
p. o liox :>] i.    -
'      VANUOLfVlil?, 13. U.
��� NcoRPonftTED TORONTO Sir J. a. Bovo.
1886. '  ;_" '   * =-m a.
gri|i ]- opciud
I.i11  into    I hi
ll P day after dav;
informal meeting- of the, cabinet
would take place and we would
di-cii"- it."
'���Everything that happened while,
I was a member of the. Dunsmuir
govern ment up to the I-Jrd day of
���Sept, JiiOl, J am i qua My responsible for with my colleague*,
whether J was in council or not;
and 1 do not pbiec ,-iny qualifications on llial position ut all,
ab-oliitclv none."
_ ''I dont think I ever mi-sed a
single cabinet   ineelini;; save in my
lues and   bear.s    the
inventor's practical mind.
of   the   mnehui''
ing('n:nus   fcit-
wnpress   of   thi.
Sure Cure for Sick Stomach,
When  (he Mel-iridc  government
came into   oflioe   ihey   tiumpeted
ab-*encc irom (own   f
���'U'hiilovor  is   done
never mis'-cd
-Such     m.il.iilii".   ns    Ximsca,
Stom.wh,   f'r.impx .ind     Colic,
inslanllv  I"   PoNon's    Xei viiin
if yon    siiITim1    pciiodicillv    fiom   .inv
of   these     (ompbiinls just      *,ct.() .V,.,".
viline handy ;ind     take    ,i, tew    drops
in water  for    qmek     icIiVl.    A    lur^e
l")V. bottle uf  Nci vilme ix     ,i    coin foi I
.ind M.ifcgniiril in nny   hon^'hold.    and
will   suvc    ifre.it   siifIVriu��    ,mrl      ln^f
doetoi's bilNevciy  y,.,ir.     Do   you use
rSei vilinci" Try it.
IfA.virr/ro.v'-* J'u.r.H do.vt' tlnn-i:.
company and .ilso the friiino for
feet it H.i- "nil of ii ��� iirr-, 'vhicli iii.nic i If '" Uro'-s I.uincli. This makes fotu
th' vvoilf. hlnsji"^ s0,,if Ah ,t dull-! "il'''|'i boiil-, Air. AlcKi&sick has tinned
cult fn the tiinm-l tbc flue- turn l-'Uthfie thiisumniei.iind every onefin-
iMid dip of trie bad an-idr nt.i.il with!'"''1"1 ���" 'he liner ���loikinnnshjp, and
the surface -bowings.
Prank ilr.lti n st<i|f-d    tbr     rock    m
the tunII'    of the Lucky    Jack   julilld
���,'oid a,-fn.'<��� a,   Hi it on thi     -uif.ui
and that tic re n,ii    i,o   (IhW.mikc    n
the ���,aim ,
On tin
forth their  intention*,  of car,^inJS!'!' ���" ('��!"' '^ "'^ "'^V"^*���*"* .^
iv light
The I
in   the governmcnl.
One I is no doubt about that."
out the law against  A.��ia(ics.
thing in particular they were going j     In the face of the:e facts one can
tudowai   to stop  employment of'only conclude   lhat   Premier  Ale
novided by the company
ech'ie light pl.-int, nl
Tiicrel/'"c-'gusoii is coming moie nnd moio
into demniid, and while only Ib'O
IikIiIs have been used il, is o.spixled
2-10 addilionnl lights will be pill, in for
the coming winter.
Sic If ' '"' (���"'��� -I Lrrjiti- ,ud r,ilbf-rt claim
yield'1'" ov. ni i b ii .',i -l.al't-link OK i-I'll
,md lf't an'! tl ' lead is cir n ]y df-lmwl
frrcn tiie suif.u e down Tbf re f,ui be I
no r|ii��oti'iu hut that tin h.'i'l--on wbihe '
these .^tnlf-i have been made art permanent and that good properties
should be (b velopcrl from  them
While thi oie at depth, or at least as
far a, flevi lojnnent has gone, is not of
ns .-ensahonul ii ebaiactfi, as it wa, ,it
thc surface, if, i, still phonomemilly
neb, and tin evidences' of permanency
(lloclo��cd aie moie nnpoi l.iiit lolhe
countiy (ban even the i ich iiiiecets
liist, found Kintbti up tne iieek ,i
numbfi of good leads bine Ik en ,sli nck
the oie as,,!1, in^ high in gold.
I'd Lucas of \ -incomer, ��bo ban \ is-
iled I'oplm, Ihiis dr seiibes (be nen
Uold/iclds      "Hold    in    mujgels   and
jpiyvcs   Mi*    MeKissiek-   n ihoioughlv
Uonipeteiit craftsman.    Mi   Mcl\i>soei*
j has j,'one to Hall Ihos   i ;|i to set uji
tbc launch
Kniin nnr fiwn i iirr(.,|*jiidnn(.
-Vi w ."f'ction boiisu liuidii'd and looks
vcr> ti no ii nd neat.
Cm penfr.rs have just finished the
new addition to the Glacier house.
J. I'in-cr hns si huge Kang at shed
v.oikat 11k old pass, and some ^'ood
gilts inriong I hem,  loo.
Hermit house h Keciving good pat-
lonnge iiiim: it ua, o[iened day mid
night andis proving a great eonveni-
ene( to raiboad men ,iik1  tiaveleis
A in iv trail hns been mil fiom C* I.i -
cm light along thiough the jmss and
down lo tho old paBs and up to the
glacier neiii Ihe Heimit. A gang is
now electing a shelter for tourists to
stop ovei night so that (hey ecu'get
an duly stait and make  the climb   to
Mining & Legal Purposes
Ti.'insfcis, Options, Powois
ol Atioiney, Statuloiy Dcc-
ktiations, Pioxics, etc., can
he 'obtained at the
..Kootenay Mail Office..'i
Jas. I. Woodrow,
Retail Dealer lriv^-,Mnra2^5>.
Fish and Game in Season.
-All imluis |iloiii|iLly llllud.
nbVbLoiUKL, a.  C, un('i'ic!iifc'stiucot.^
Dr. EDWARD FISHER, Musical Director
The   Best   Equipment   and    Facilities,
and Strongest Faculty in Canada.
A llioioiigh, hi list ic mid Iimshuil
,������,',,'.'.   ii   '"���,���'���', '''SV, *l ,s '"''I UVtlJ-MIIII.
n,, ,*      M'��'iIiiImi,   Nmlliwusi. Tuinluiics mid
niilisli Ciilinnliiii.
School of Literature and  Expression.
j"Mis. lue/, NIlIkiIsuii-CiiIIui1, I'niicipiil.
I'"iill l-'.iuully.    All IiiiuilIius (mifflil.
When wiiliiii,- plc.isumciilioii 'l'iie M.ul.
Leara By Mail.
'Pitman's Business Courses
are known all over (he
Raw Furs Boughb
Gash Prices Paid
F.    B.
Full course from Ten Dollars.
Pitman's Business College.
OpptiMU- Hotel Vaneoiivi'i'
��� l*iht   iiiinfl    in    r>11    -,......
"Iiuiiel-s  and   .sliings  and   ho'lows in ' the Su Ls pealct, and buck in a day
Exporter of Furs.
and Copyrights
obtained in nil c-ounUies,
Registered Patent  Attorney
Much.inicil Attoiiicj and Jiiipiicti.
ltoum :i, J "aii /il-IcI Mock. O'lMimllu st. iium I'.O
A Dosti.ird will secuio nn uwniiiB appointment foi Iho-o who cannot cull uiiiing tlii duj. '',  "l   ;'/  1.  ' < 4>  ��������� i <��������� i  i    *f     '  . d  '  X,   ,  <    "i  '    ry  ,     ', (   I Ij'   "* "rtf  , ���������j -��������� ,.������������������-  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  i<?  TTte . f/'/'sf   Member  For Kootenay.  Revievfyf His Work In the Interest  of, the People of British  i   , Columbia.  The nulling liiws up to J8!)i weio in  *n mixed, cbuotic nnd undistinsiiibhiible  condilion, incapable of easy mtcrprct-  , utiou nnd the coinnienceiiicnt of  niin-  '      iiig activity,in;Wc-st Kooten.iy mgent-  '   ly reipiiied theii  icyibion, amendment  iiintl cliisbiliculion.  Ifon. Jolin'Robson,  the   thon  ' piemiei1, : recognizing   the  nocohbity  oi  n   piopui inining crjdoto  meet''the  no,\v  condition.1, arising, de-  *    ��������� cided   upon   their  thoiouglr icvi-jion  'and lefoi'iniitiiin by pinetieiil men, und  I own i ds tjiu olcsu qf JSOO culled n iov-iI  'commission foi the pin nose.  f-    '     ,       .viii.' .i. m. kiii.i.ii:,        '  '     ' the'piesent indopciidunt eiindidntu for  '    Jievelstoke riding, Iirsst iniido his murk  lis a nieiiibcr of _,th.it eonunission, nnd  lefl,' wiilwhis   oilier   associate*:���������W.  WiSon, Victoiiu; 0. 13. Wright, Ai-.ib-  woith; flcoVge   Cuwan,'  Gaiibop, and  ss**s!-Jii<lge W W. Sninks,   legal   di.tughts1  p   man���������enduij'iig   monuments    in  'tlio  -   Minc'iiil Act nnd Plaeorc-Mmiiig Act of  J 891 ,r  r'     ' Tho coiniiii-siono'is   h.i'il .Mi'.iidiious  , and weighty tusk, hut'ihey  did   tlieu'  " clutv well, and in   the   session of IS!)I,  -Mi   ICelbe's Iii st session, be being then  ���������  the liidt "and   o'nlv   nicinb'er foi \Ve0t  Kootenay,   HondMi   Kobson   brought  ���������    in the icpoitof tlie'coniniission which  duly   became   law*.    Fiom    thatdvent  West Ivuotcniiy'begin its development  and   thousands   of   niosjiectois   hive  located,   and   hn'idicd* r got   icwaids  fiom then   l.iboi'a  undei   th : mincial  and placei acta compiled by Mi. Kellie  nnd his eollalioiatois     . ,  Pi ioi'to this,  howcvei,  Mi    ICellie  ' hud made a local n.une  foi   hihisblfdii  bis canvas  .1*3,1111  independent c.indi-  duto i i 18'J.O, when   he-stood  and did  buttle niiinfulh  on   tbc issue of icpeal  .. -  ii    -  of clause 13 of an  act  to iiidceit.un  r railwavs which gave the bonused e'oin-  ldpanics the light to collect,foi 25 yens,  live.peicent    on   tbc  gold   and siher  1   e.vtiucted fiom   tho ores  found inside  then limits.    Jle wasj'elcctcd, beating  Messis.' W Or   JJiovvn,   ILaikms  and  < F.u \\elj,- and fi om ctbc- tinicof taking  his scat tilKhe iepc.il   of  th:it,obnoK;  ' ions clause ho fought.it peisiatcntly.  '       A'nothei issiTc  tupuglit*to !i success-,  fill.conclusion *b)   hini   was thowith-  di.iwal   of an   ugicenicnt betwecn-'tbc  two governments  vv heieby piospcctois  in the i.ulway   belt  bad  to   pav .flOS  location lees for sin face lights on eveiy  cbiim   iccoidcd'    Still   .inothei' gieat  , advantage   to   the.    ininei   and-one  geneially   unknown    foi   which   Mi  Kelbc is lesponsible was  the conveyance in ciown giants to the piospectoi  of the base as web as piccious metals,  the lattci to 1S01^ being .ill   that was  coiuevcd     lie was  tbc  only   man to  bung it before, the house and biought  sullicicnt' eneigv   and   peisistencc   to  be,u upon the  piemiei   to gcbhim to  make  this /change    -Tn   this   day   of  activity and  piogiess   \vc aie  apt   to  foiget these  c.uly stiugglca foi vvoik-  ublc mining   laws   but   their  lesults  have ucei1 bevond  doubt of  immense  blessing, and  m   Mi. Kclbe today thc  .people have  befoie them, as a candidate, one of  the few men w ho fought  inccsMiitl} foi tbc best  -i.tcicst of the  people   " " ,  The -ne.\t   session   JS!)'2,  saw   Mi  Kellie engaged m the i  aiii-.Mi.sT rioui or ins iiii;,  lhe debt against thc Slocan' lake  H'aeive That ye.u tlie Sloe.m eom-  niciiLcd to open up, aud ptuplo Hocking into thc Slocan lake countiy  . located upon pie eniptioiis look up  lownsiles and began inipiovcinents.  The government fii--L. accepted., their  location'! and ices, but then unwisely  put on i icsei io ten miles deep aiotii d  the lake am! c.uicel'cd the pievioiis  lights Mi K'elbe took the m.ittei up  Ioi lhe piople of the lake, and commencing e.u l.\ in the session did not  leave oil' till iu the last d ivs of the  session he seemed ihe people in then  ughN and ire* the icsei ve w ithdiawn.  This i������ onlv a iii.illc. ol bistoi) now  nut a matter not l.koly fnigotten by  the (ild-limeis of Slocun.  In '02 Mi Kcllic leintioduced his  Ti.unwav bill but bad the mollification of seem** it again dismissed,  and it was not till '!),") that it was  finally passed being made opei.itivc m  Ti.tst and Wist K.iotcu.iy Yale, Lillooet and Cai iboo Its intent w.is to  penult iion-sli notion of i.uhv.iv s w itb-  out liisl geltine; ohaiteM of Ihe le^us-  laluie Undi i thi1-lull Ihe Ko-slund  and Ti ul i nlwaj w i1- binll, ilsu the  Alamo t ia in way, and of it the .Nelson  Tiibune sud some yen i.s ago that if it  had become 'itw in ISil! it would have  saved the pioviuce huudieds of  thousands of acies of land since giunt-  ed to aid in constiucti.iii of inilioads1  Space will not allow a nunc detailed  account of Mi lvelbo's subsequent  caicei but it is inoueh to dwell shoilb  on a few  facts in it concerning tho  district and its miniug industry.  ���������Identified with it from the commencement he bus never lost iiitciesbin anything pertaining to its welfare and in  private us well as public bills concerning it ho has always tiicd to bo for thc  people's lights ii������ ho saw them, lie  has made a name for himself as a  champion of Kootcnay's rights to ap-  propiiations conimcnsinufe with its  hnpoi tance and lesouices. He fought  the arbitiaiy methods of Coibin'fa land  grant when.conilicting with the ftoss-  laud pcojilcs rights, lie seemed aid  far the  harassed  claim   owncis in thc  dcpiession  of  "XI  by the extension (if  time for assessments.   J Io, by a lead  ing lcsolution, biought about tbc bill  establishing the Ihircuu of Mines,  which bus been veiy' bunclicbil to tbc  mining nidustiy und he w:as mainly  instrumental in lidding the quieting  of title clause No, 2S, to tho mineral  net.   ' % ,  district at its commencement mid he  will not now; in the dny of our development be put aside for a stranger, but  will be again jetuined to fight thc  battle of the people and l.iboi for the  still fuithcr advancement uof om in-  dustiics and obtain' recognition of  their inipoi tance and the development  of the district by e.xpcnditures pio-  [)oi tionutc with its levcnue.  Von: ion Kur.i.n:.   ,,,  POLITICAL  Be Quick.  Hv-.Muyoi1 Goodeve h  candidate for Rossland.  conservative  . Not n minute should he lo-l altera  child shows symptoms ol' eholcia infantum. The lb .-a unusual looseness  of (he bowels shoulil lie sufficient,  win miii;. If immediate and piopi"  tieatiiient is f^iven, ccnotii coiim quen  ees will be a veiled. Chiiinhei luiu'-  Colic* Choleiuand JDinri hocii Jieuiedj  is the sole icIiuikc of thoiis.inds ol  inotbers and liy its aid tliey have  often saved Iheu chikli'-"ii's lives.  JSvciy bou-chold should have a botlle  nt bund." Get it to-tbiy. IUnay save  ���������i life.    For sale hy all ib'ugg'ists'.  rIIc was the lirst of the members of  the house of '!)(! to tiy and eopo with,  the claim jumping nuisance of that  your and was instiuiueiital in biinging  about tho,legislation which oblitei.tted  it.    lie bus session  aftor session been  r' . I   I  ii member of the' mining committee  unc] mailv amendments adapted to the  giow th of the industiy and framed so  that they may be as lc.ulily understood by the layman as thc lawyer aie  tnieeablc' to   him  .diicetly  and indi-  .i     n 1 ' '  icctly.  r t  J Io lias played a pionunent and useful p.u t iu tho development Of thc  nun.ng industiy, us well in tho founding and flaming of its laws as in the  hills "themselves ho has niospected  wilh% powdei cbaigo and pick As ti  l-tosshin 1 contcmpoiuiy said of linn  a few veins ago'1 "IlCjiesides at Ilciel-  stoke and has done more than bis  share towaid developing  the  countiy  ���������iion."cl that tow n. even   to   thc extent  i  of shouldeimg his piospcctor'^ pack  and going into unexploied legions "  He'is a man of the people, fion'i  them and,with them/and it is to his  cicdit that, bis political enemies can  after bis tcn.yc.us scivico in tho house  Iind nothing to U'e against bis good,  name i  In tbc  session   of'ISOL  a   bill was  lntioduccd'foi   the, lnooipoiation of a  company  to  acquiic   w'atei 'lights in  the vicinity .'of   Nol������on0thon   an   un-  incoipoiated town.    The object ol   the  bill was to finuish watei to the people  of Nelson   *Thc mcoi poiutoi's "wanted  ��������� i    i      .      v . **  exclusive light'wibhoub giving Nelson,  when iiicoipointed, the ngbb topiu-  cb.isc tbe!'fiancbisc. Mi Kclbe, who  favoicd, inunicipal ',()wiicisbip7 . pio-  poscd .'mending -the bill -. in" that  ducchon ������������������ lie was sent foi by one of  the jiicoipoiators,,and on going-into  the lobby of the house 'was called a  ti.utoi and othu "vile names by a  dominion M P who was also intcicst-  ed A disgiacefulscsnc ensued, which  culminated in the matter being  biought befoie the Icgislatuic and thc  dominion M P had to apologise <to  the bouse Thiough Mi Kellie's  action then Nelson today owns and  opeiates its wutciwoiks system  In Dccembei 1806, at a public meeting at Rossland, Mi Kcllic stated he  bad given his last vote foi land giants  to i ail way coiporations.-  J -M Kclbe was one of six nicmbeis  of the Tuinei government who was  opposed to the gianting-of $6,000,000  iu cash and 20,000 acies pei mile of a  land giant to the Untish Pacihc Kail-  way Co , and so detei mined weie they  that tbc bill should not pass that the  government had to withhold the  ine.isiiic  .1 M Kellie was as anxious as anv-  ono to bunt; about any .device to exclude Mongolian l.iboi As .one  scheme, in the session ot 1000, be  biought in a "sboith.in" bill, to exclude fiom woi king in :i ii'ine anj  poison wealing ban ovei si.x inches in  length The object of the lull was to  exclude Chinese from woiking iu coal  mines  The W'atei Clauses Con-olid.ition  Act IS97 was foiced fiom an unwilling  government by the opposition and  many government suppoiteis, piom-  inont among w bom was .1. M Kellie;  who time gave bis aid to pievent the  gieat nutuial poweis of the pioviuce  horn getting into the hands of monopolists  "Whatever papcis n> say to the  conti.iiy he is a man of thoioughlv  honest convictions and tbewiitei who  has been intimate with bun for  thutcen jeais, can icmcmbei moie  than one instance v\heie JIi Kcllic  has followed the lino oi dutv when it  conflicted with his pcisou.il intoicst."  In this constituency whole v\c aie  all moie or less dependent upon the  success of the .inning and lumbei ing  iiuliisti ies u piaetieal and evpei iciu.ed  iii,i,i like Mi ICellie, possessed of  bullish ind kiiiv lellillis, should not  be in in looked noi bin elloits fin gotten  IU is for tlie fouilh tune at the  icqucst of bis fiiends, nefoie the public  ns a i1..nditl.ito. and the M ur. believes  he will soon be befoie ihe speikei foi  the fotu th tune as the lepiosentatne  of the people of Itovolsloke uding lie  has home the luiiden and beat of the  dav,   comiiieui pig    wilh    us   ol    this  Jlon. C. Wilson arrived fiom.coast  Tuesday and went south.  J. Minphy, loimcrly of Kevelstoke  and II. Jones aie libeinl candidates foi  Cm iboo.  iraywnid, Jleluickon, Jliiutci, Mc-  Phillips  uio troveinment iioniinecs for  T *      . '*"* < f 1 J  \ ictoriu.   i '  The socialists have (hopped their  nomimition for Coinox,und withdiawn  theii cuiiihdute for Albcrni.   ,  'J'ho Sun suys: Il appciiia ' Unit  Jtichuul oun juggle with election dates  us 4well ns with tlio peoples coal lands,"  '' Hofoinng to the Hevelstokc contest  the Nelson I'ribuno lom.nlis: ''Clap-  tiap and abuse of Kcllic will {not help  Tayloi "   ,  Mr. Porrestcr, who i.s opposing Pio-  inicr Mclhido for Dewdney, told 'bis  uudienco the Mcl'iidc government  would bo badly defeated at the elections. CF  A socialist candidate speaking ab  Van A'lda'siud the socialists wo'uld in  (ive'jcais own "all the mines, and all  the' niinois would be in lecoipt of flO  per day '      '    , '    ,i  Diuiean Hoss, hbeial biganisei, ai-  11vcil Monday to moot W. A. Uallihei(,  M. P.who will' speak on hohall^of  hbeial c.in'did.itca'in' South Kootenay  and Poundiiiy.  The News rcmaiks the fact of bwo  libeials being i etui ned ^unopposed, F.  McB.,Young foi Co.iiox, and W. C.  Wells foi Columbia, is'a good stmt foi  bhc'Siicccss of the libeials in the'eom  ing'elections.       1l-  *The Itossland' Minei (conseiv.itive)  s.i^s the fact that'evil influences have  bound thc pai ty down to little moie  than ' the ", Kevelstoke platform���������a  wholly inadequate pionoimcomcnt���������  will have an inipoi tant healing >  The libeials of New Westminstet  have adopted lcsolutions condemning  ch'anging date of elections, and dc-  picciatmg pioposcd.tiansfei vof bridge  ovoi thc'Kiasci to a private - company,  intimately connected with Jim IIilI's  cntoipiisc     ji '        * ,  The News-Advei tisci (conseiv.itive)  insinuates the leason lor liui'iying the  election is that the McBride' government is abeady in fiii.inci.il stiaits,  thc banks , lcfusing * the, pTovince  fuithei ciedibA'.m'd that a deficit of  $5,000,000 has td be mucle up    t  Kcfemng to^i visit to Kaslo,*- by  Duncan Itoss, tbc liDCial oiganisci  tho'Kootenaian s.ijs^ "A noticeable  featuic of,,thc meeting was the  uumbeuof old line conscv.itivcs who  cheeied lustily the confident assei tions  of Mi Piossdthat Mi. Kotulhick was  going lo be elected  '  Picmier Seddon has intibduced a  diastic bill for the pievehtion of mon-  'opolics in New "Zealand It pionoses  to e-.t'ibhsh a monopoly comt, with  poweis of a supicmc court to investigate all complaints legaidmg thc enhancing of puces bj foiniation of ti lists  and piescnbcs hcuv j ncnr.lties foi of-  fcndcis  If John Houston lies about Nelson  politic us much as bis paper, the  Tiibune, lies about J M.'Kclhe it is.  no wondci he is being badly tinned  down by the people of Nelson No  one knows bctlci than Houston that  Kellie opposed the Jtobson-Davio-  Turnci governments'when they' did  wiong The Tiibune os thc papei  which Ihe Rossland Minei (conseiv.itive) condemns for its ��������� malignant  low cunning."    .  Somebody has been stnlling J. T  Robinson oiganiscr foi the McBiide  l'.uty for bo told the Colonist mtci-  viewci 'Tom Taylor is putting up a  bin fight in Revelstoke, and will come  out a v ictoi. Kellie.Jho libeinl candidate, is diit of the i mining, thc light  boiinr icilly between Tayloi and the  socialist candidate, a fellow named  Bennett T.iv Ioi will, howcvei, cm v  the dav '" Oiganisci' Robinson will  wondci wh.it struck bun on election  day when ho linds he is *-o giosslv misled, foi the "fellow named Bennett'*  may poll moie votes than Tom Tayloi,  who may possibly bo at the botloni of  the poll.  The libeials have biought out a  strong team in Vuneiniiei Inseph  Mai tin IC C, T. S. Ba.xtei, .!. I) Tuin-  bull, c\-foieni.in at the O, P ll. wlniif  ind niember of tbc Ld B. II. 10 , Dr. W  1) Biydone-Jack and C. It. Monck.  stone cutter Mr. Tinnbull is ono of  tiio (mist champions of laboi in Van-  couvei. a str.iinhtfoi wind houoiablo  man, who, although C P It whaif  foi email, joined the I". B. I? K.  to show* his sympathy with the men in  then ppi=ecution by the C. P. II detectives, and knowing ho would lose  bis job thereby Di. Biydone-J.ick is  a leading official of the biotbcihood of  l**ore-teis and a splendid man.  ,THIS "IS NOT EGOTISM.  We believe we know our business!  Om business is lo help jou do youi  liusiness. We supply, up-to-date tmsi-  nejs means and 'nietlioiK���������incmey-  sjiving deviees and how lo use them."  1  GRAZING REGULATIONS.  For Manitoba, the  Northwest Territories and the Railway Belt in* '  British Columbia.        , ',  /K i  i (|  MATTRESS  .013.00  TH.N"(MVi:i.L l.OO&H-I.IJAl1' i.i:ixii:i(.  r. Loose Leal b'des nnd L-dK'-is wilh  filing1., -pi'eiiilly nileil, pnn'led, pciloi-  aled and puuehi'd to suit any slv le ol  hiiider."       ' "     '.,  Ti:N(;wi:i.r. TitAjcfarmi rir.i:.  1 ,   i  Kootenay Mail Publishing Co. Limited,  IlI"VrI3I,STOI3      ������'(;.  IjO.isi's foi'(,'ia<!lnB iiurposcs aicis-aied for a  lonn of Lw'eiil.v-oiio veins, nnd the ronuil isat  the into ot two coiiIh nil iicio jjci1 iiiiiiuin, pnj-  able half jcnlv iu mlvnnco.  Jjiinds liiclinloil in a Kia/lnB lenso may bo  wlthdiiiwn for homos! cud on try, sale or mil-  vmiv purposes, but no lontnl is churned on such  lands 11 out thu (Into upon which thoy (lie withdiawn fi om the lollMl.   "  A Ig-soo of iiiti'/iiiK hinds ih notcnlllled to the  lnu I hei eon, but hu may. upon apiiliention In  I hu UKCiit of Uoinlnlon 1 jmds, obtain each ycui  lliolli.-.! puimil In uill, on liU li'.isuhold whal-  ovei niiiuillly ol liny ho inny itqulio for his  own use, ficuof duci, lliudcpnilmciil lcservini;  lliu i Iwlit to ismiio puiiniu to olhcrapplicaiitn.  Applications for Kiu/.lnf1* Iciikus should be  iniido lo llio hieiotiuy, lJcpaitiiieut, of tho In  I oi lor, Olliiwn  V. 0. KKYES,  > ,,    Seoioliiij, Dopailiiientof tho Intoiior.  S. .V.   "Arc/tar"  " TABLE  or S. S.   " LanternL'  HENRY'S NURSERIES  3000 Wi'stiiiinstu  Ko.ul.  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Rhododendrons, > Roses, ���������  Holland, French'-"DTTT "DO  i and'Japa-n & U ljl3p  * ,   FOI! FALL PLA'NTIXG.  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  ALWAYS IN Vrb(JK.        .    fl  ItuniiliiK litelw'ui'ii Aiiov.-licnd, Thomsoii'h  l.niiilliiKiiud (JutiinplK-, eotiiinuncitiK Oct. llth,  llllll, ������ ill -"'I ni folloWH (wcallior puiinillliiK): i  I.uino Anew bond for ThomsoaV blinding  mill I oiiui|ili\ Iw-leu dully at Idle, aud I ok.  l.i'iuo Ciini'ipll-c and 1'honiion's I,nndlntffoi  Aiiowheud twice1 dnllj ut, 7.15k. und lt'.i.ik.  'JlnKlnl,' closu connccllcms  v\itb   all G. I'. Ii.  tnilni and bout'.. ,    ' ,  'I lie ocni'is ic������oi'M) tho ii(?hl lo chnn o tlinci-  of t-iilllnj,"i wiLhrail notice.  Till'* I'-ltKI) ItOIIINSON bU.*MHKItCO. LTD.  i   ,,���������       '      ������������������        V. nOIlINSON*.'    "���������  i  ''   i* i    MamiKliiK Diicclor,   j  Tlio Bevolstokc Navigation Co. Ltd  Life is,short. ^       OSTC^MOOR  One third of your life is spent 'PATENT   ELASTIC   FELT  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  WEILER BROS.,  i  yiCTORIA, B. C,  for an  Ostennoor.    All sizes in  stock.    Price  for  the   full   size,  $r5,00 net cash.'      - '        Fircl Cost is Last Cost and Only Cost  , 4'ii I  ��������� 'ir>a|  E. B. EDDY'S  "ICING  KDWAHD" KXJ0-.  ������������������HI3ADLI0I1T,"' 500-.   '    f  , '"IS-vCiLB." 100-. ami ���������'IKN.    ���������  "VICTOIIIA,"  /  '���������LITTLI3 CpMKT."  >FOB   SALE   EVERYWHERE.  ''  Are the best*that can be bought. ���������  Don't experiment with other and inferior brands  ' *'f     ', TJskl  EliDID.ir'S, -,   ' ��������� "<  . TIME TABLE    .  (Dm iijjjf biMSon oi hiffh   w.iUn*.)  CUT FLOWERS  ii ailN/Wi'ddini  and Funi'ials.  Bee! Hives \ and -'Supplies,  ,    HERTILIZERS.  "'M/J."'HENRY?Wl;  ,  VaNCOLi'VUIJ,   JJ.   (J.      ''  massm  Standard remedy for Gleot,  Gonorrhcoa and Runnings  IN 48 HOURS. Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles.  ]>.i\(* Eight JUili" L.iiicling each ' .  'I UUSDAYVNU, FRIDAY .it'O ii.^in  L",uv L.i Pfiitf imcIi  TU13.SDAY"AXD FRIDAY.it 2 p.'ni  .SPECHAL TRIPS will lie ni.itlo lie-  tni'i'ii il.itcs nt ic'giil.u sailing when-  eici liiiMUHb1! cilk'ifd w.intints same.  Tin* Ooinpiitiy icseive",tlip ��������� iplit,1 o  change Hun: and cla'yh of sailing without iintiei'        r _,       'a     if',  A. FOli^LAND,  Ir7I\r,istci  tf,^m  C. D. BACUER,  'S Pnr>ei.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  * - *      * .-  i Royal Mall Lines. ������������������  'Clicapcst Routo to the Old Country.  ,  (JAN*   PAV ATLANTIC & S.���������Kiom Jlonticfti  Luke Mainlobii     .       *     ' ���������* "* - Supt II  Mount.Tciiipli ' Supt. II  Nike ('hiiiniiliiin .      -       -   "     ' S(!|)l 17  Ijiiku iM.eliiiiin '        - Supt 2>  L iku JJi ic " Oct. 1  ���������     ALLAN LINK  Tuniii in       , n  l-'illlsl'lll t  ,  Pietoii.in '    '  Hi\,in.U)  luiuaii .     *  ��������� [���������'.oin Moiilical.  ibupt. I  Sept   U  bept 111  bept a*>  Oct. .1  -   DOMINION' LIN*E-il!'ioni Monti cil  Dominion        *" " "opt  ICciiiin^toii   '       - .      -vpr. li  Oiiiuul.i"  Souf.hvailv  bept ^li  Oct. J  WRAPPING   PAPER  PAPER BAGS.  AND  <  Tho Koolen.n   Mail li.is>, boon  appointcil   agont  foi   o.ic   ol  -the  l.ugc-t   Canadian   Papci  Mills  "iViappmg  papoib in   ioll������ oi  Hat,   nnd  jiapei   bags,   of dill  ���������a eights* and si/cs -supplied to  oidci  pi mtcd oi iinpi nitcd  i  Kootenay Mail, Revelstoke.  DO-UIN'OX LlN*J.:-l'*iom Jioston  Ne������ ICngland       ��������� '      bept. ,i  Al.ij/loMe'i ��������� .       Sept. Ki  Coniinonucilih ' .Supt  21  New l'.iigl,uid Oct. 1  The Mines Exchange^  '���������,.    '     -    t    LIMITED.*" ���������'**'   "'   r-J      ~ " 2 .     "  -'.  ���������  '  \ MINING BROKERS AND FISCAL'AGENTS..^ ,,-   -���������*-'"���������'  MINES :AND .MINING, INVESTMENTS  !������������������ . "   a        i.      -��������� ,-"   -   , '.  ." 'i Wc tiirni.-ih ii'poi t--on all kinds nf iiietallifi-niii-. iinnes and  piospeets   i,   t  Lowest qnniatioiih on li-lfd and tinli-.tc(l mining Min-ks. ' i    --  .1                ,4           ,        -i y.    *   '  '      , , '  L* !        '    <���������   f < i t '  "       ' '        v..     OFFICIAL" BROKERS (FORvTIJE   ",',-'    >��������� '    ,  Galuniet & 'British, Columbia ^Gold-Mines Ltd.  ,     NON-PEKHONAL LIABILITY.   (EVA MINE.) ,     a.  DULUTII, Minn.  CALUMET, Mich.  CHICAGO, Hid;  NELSON, B. C.   " \  CAMBORNE, B. C  ^i^ . - ''<nvVi������|  ' ������'^v#ijVltJl|  ,J--_1--i1i''-x',#l  , , "   iaW  1 ^'7\fP\  rf ff^-^'4".  ^"l  ���������"f"Jrf&*^l  r^i-( &t Jbi'i'i  , ���������,   V^jij."?!  , -ifi,r^z^yt^l  is. p^������uv;fe I  '-f^M  , L-^i'mi  ,���������.    >    Xt\'t/Jv *rH  -*     t.   iff&t&w&u  7ih^������  . -   .--il-rJ^L  , iitj $���������?>!.  ' -, / iLii;  -   il,ddith  [-f   ftkr  - .>^  revelstoke; b> g;  Newly  mill  '      .ABRAHAMSONRBROS., .PROPRIETORS. ,    -,,    v<-������������������ V, \  t.   ' First-clAs1-* in everjs ie.=pect.   ������,A11 modern conveniences^*-,  ;, -��������� -j 6 . f J^arge Sample Rooms,     y '-��������� ,   J'.������. d *"   ,  x' , l       *"       Rates SI.50 per Day     * ^   C SpecialvWeekly Rates> " " / "       "   *  Queen's Hotel. Trout   Lake,'1 under same'-management'. V'  <^<^<^<^<^(^<^(^^<^f^<^^f^(^<^(^<^<^!^ "  VYiiiQ  Chuny's newly im-  of Chinese  A'MV.lllL  AN  LIXE-  -l'*i om  Xeu Yoik.  PliiliiUe'lpln.i  Sr P.vul  bl Loin.-.  New Voik  l*liili(l(il]iln.i.  bl l.tiuis  -  '.     .Sept i  Sopt. ,"i  bept !)  Sept. I(>  Sept. -i.i  '    Sept. HO  wiii r i: h'i'Ai  1 UN* I  ���������Kioin N  ci\ Yoik  rculnme  \i.ibie  Geinianie  Ce'dne  M.i iu-.l ic  Ccluc  Oooaiiie  Ojimio  Te'iitonie      '  Sept. 2  Sept  I  bept. !l  bept   II  Sept. Hi  Sept. If>  Sept. L'l  ..Sept. 'in  Sept. :iu  CUXAHIl UNI'-l  lom N  civ  York.  r,u;iUln.i  Liieuni...  I'.tiiui i  Am,un,i  Camp ini.i  Uiubi ne  Ctl! 11 lill I.I  1  .  Sept.  1  Sept. ,'i  ..bept   I**  Sept. In  Sept. 1!)  Sopt. 2(i  Sept '>D  ported   stoc  and Japanese goods.  The best assortment ever  landed   in   Revelstoke   of  useful     and     ornamental  articles.  'I t i sei i*iei s  J'lllK s  H.i^Kel-  Cuiie (Jli.nis  lIiiiKlkeielnefs  rimiei I'iiI-  tllllllll II L ??l I||(U  I.iiiii li Ilnslcels  bliio\in���������- .l.ii ki i.s  ."Jllk   llOdlN.  .1)   KISI1  COI  l''niest-toek-oreiiiiilKs .unlfiiiil In lnwii.  Front StrGPl, Rove'lstokc  For Saio.  Passennois Uekeled UiioukIi to all parts o  Gicit Biitiiin and liekind, and .it specially lo\\  i.itesto all pans of the Kuiopcan continent  Apply to ncaii'st iinhMij-oi --le,unship agent or  to <  T.  W. BUADSIIAW.  Agont,  Revelstoke.  W. P  F  CUMMINOS. PaelHc Agrent.  The Cause of Deafness.  DrMfnrss ,ind impaired Iiimiiujj are  due .iliim-t cm ncly In c.il.in Inil in-  llaiiiinalion tif lhe eii'-laclnan tulics..  Peiinaiii'iiL enre is> guaranteed tn .ill  who mini!!1 Catarrho/.onc as directed.  Thi- vesri'lalili' antiseplK is inhaled  at l In.1 miiiilli, and aflei1 I lavci.siiitf  all the in* p issues nf (he respiiatniy  (iiiraiT. I- e\li ihd t lirmiifh the nnsll ll~:  il i iimpli ii'h ciiadicalL's ealaiih finin  an\ put nf I lie-J atein. clears the e.'ii s  niiM'and lliioal, nnd allays mill,mini,it ion. (.one'i'sUnn .ind soieni's������. Fot  nenfne-s. Eaiachc, RinfjinjI in lhe  Ein-s, Hi ad Nnisi-. Cal.uih. Asllinni,  and BiKiiiliilis medical ������<i('iice  i .in di'i im' nullum-; as hcnelieial as  Cal.iu hii/nili . Complete1 (niLlit foi  iwu nidiltlls' use, puce fsl 00: 11 l-l I  ������.i/e i'le D'ligKlsls. in N (; P(i|s(,n  A: Cn , Kington, Out.  II v.Mii.ti).s'-. Pii.u- aiii: Li-n.tii\ i:..  750 shin's in Ileal i ice imiie. Will  sell u Iuili'nl pail. I'"ni |, ii I ii i.I.ii - p-  ply at (iITu e nl  Kooi i:nay iM.mi..  E. VV. B. Paget, Prop.  lJiuinpli del I \ei 3 nf pa i of Is, 111 LJH>' U  etc , to any put t of tin; Cil\  *~ "    ,1. I  ���������I  L./.   V*J���������I     KM  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken.  All   oideis   left   al 11.  M   bnnilit  Tobacco Stoic, oi hy Toleplionc, Nn  ���������aill receive punnpt attrntion  MERCHANTS.  (fa  ���������v  tfa  ($>  tfa  (fa  tfa  f$>4'  (fa  &  tfa  HOTEL   LARDEAU  ' COMAPLIX _"   'tfa'  t������y \  tfa  tfav  Well Furnished-   -    Good Table tfa~  '      ' ���������''.������������������*-, X  Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock'.     ������  . ���������    ;W. HAMILTON, Proprietor.-   ' f - > ���������'*  ,.rl-  if, -*Ti^*������!:  . ^"rf&'i-Al  * *,Vi^ll  j ���������1"-'jJi*'������(tafSl  .>,-, ^-.ifXLXrsZl*  r' ^   S   itjg^  I,        -*   -     '*  i'\ ������ 'p.-'-SSf.  ^1       >      T-\   C  iT-^  w:i,.'."5v  -    - 'u^  '-, - --Ml  The Best House in Town.  ���������i r,  .-faifatfatfatfatfatfatfatfatfa'tfatfatfa '  ORIENTAL   HOTEL  ably furnished with the choicest the market  ' '���������'affords."' Best" Wines, Liquors, & Cigars.  -    Rates $ I a day.     Monthly rate. <���������'  ^HLBIEIRT"      STOIDTIEL   - PRO!--,  J".  Just Remodelled and Refurnished with all Modern, Conveniences.  . f ft.d  2:77  Rooms iii Suites ivilli Baths ami  Toilets attached, flowing Hof  ami Cold Water, Inside Toilets on each floor, Gas Lighted and  Steam Heated Throughout.  J. C. GREENE, Proprietor,       ���������        GOLDEN, B. C.  Union Overalls,  Made  1PTS, etc  XV V.   .MANUFAOnjRfc*  Cooks'    Apron  We can supply yon with a Iii si-(lass  loose Ie,iI dny hook and ledget sy.slem  which is, Ih-1 ler than those you send  east for ami is iiiik Ii loss in pi ice. Pn-  tioni/.e home indiisliy and send ns  vnui in (lei s j oi' (oniili'i* honks, loose  lent day hooks ,ini| Icd^ci s ,i ncl I i'(p!IS-  ites iheiefoi  .Samples and pi ires on ,ippln.nl ion,  TIIK ICOOTKNAY .MAIL,  Revelstoke1..  bluiL-  Ol 01 alls,  Ileiinn Punts,  Tweed Pauls,  ( ollon.ule Pauls,  .lumpeis,  Illouscs,  J'.iiSineeis' .l.iekels.  \\ aiteis' Jacket-,  I* libels' J,.ekel",  (Iniyli nn  I k kit"  iMi-siiin I'tiiini 1 t/ii  del������ on,  and  ('aj)s.  Oaipentuis' Ajnoiis,  Winlcn' Apions,  Piimleis' and Plaster-  cis' 0 ioi alls,  Jt ickinavi Coats,  Jlnckin.iw Pant",  'l.lipillllIK,        .  lliinna^o Jl ig",  Hone Jll.inkcts,  'ICll".  l'*le. etc., etc.  COMAPLIX  CHIEF YOUNG-,      -       -       -     Proprietor.  ', Best brands, of Wines, !.k|ijois and Ciy.irs.  Travellerb  to   l;ibh Creek u ill find excellent .iccommodation  at thi.s Hotel.  Latiiblishul Iblii    IneoipoiaLed 1002.  TURNER, BEETON & CO.  uani'Ei),  WHOLESALE MERCHANTS,  \\ .in luiii"! s W'liuf Sheet.  I'aeloiJ, 1 llasliun hlieel,  VICTORIA, J3. C.  DAVE  ORR, Piopiielin  Tin- hesL Dollar n Day llou.y 13  in lhe low ii.  t  Di-aiiiis nf Wines, Spirits  .Mill    ClU.II".  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   .   Meat Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:  ������=-^^sa=^'Oalgary, Alberta if: 4fr  ���������/ ffcVr  r������  -d  5  t Iff  ���������Xffj  'ffl  f,f),  I   ><iK  ?   ',  ^  mifS^f^x  \~",  '> i,  did",')    i  r'   l  r<-  I'ii  '��������� i "4 -  f~,  ,, ;JV(    ,  di  /'d, <jf'%$j ^ n d,'d;v; Ijsv fM  //'t: ,.^'^iff.'.' ^ hjj  ii-  , THE KOOTJGNAY MAIL  Mlf'f-f  We have a large- assort  ment of the best American    and   ������ Canadian  makes of %] '   r"  Ladies aiid (Jent's Purses  Capd Cases; and  , > f,    j *  .Chatelaine 'Bags,  i  l 17 ,M   ���������t i ���������  I i-izf. v,  I w,������JO"^  l������*X.'',  ��������� w*Jr-i- -  Il3"g������.  !   -  |.^?������  All   the  on hancl  , newest  at the  11  ���������*  styles  CANADA DRUG:  AND BOOK OO.u^teo  1 fS^lt    "��������� *  im-, r-  ''^A-dV 'd  ,   s,?i  ���������REVELSTOKE.  r  \iS&h  ���������&$'  **'ty*  WAl       I' '-  I4?<s-*j, 71" - i*     ' / f.  r,'    ,<i<  , rfB0RN,  'Caki.so.v���������At Ilevelstoke, ^Sopt Jlih  , <**'to tlio wife of A Cmlfeon ndiiughlci.  BitAi-.sn.in���������At, Kcvelstoko,'S->pt. lOih  to the wife of T.AVJ Binds!  law a son  >*"',  jt A  &i&%j* /;.  **"'l}H  - i?d  Iv^s/j  Y4&1 f*A,  I^j&fc dm'  ���������fft*5-"-  > 7  MARRIED: *     f  ..M'cGuilil.-McDO.VAI.I)-���������Atn' Rtiditfoul,  f  Ontr, Aug. 27I("\Villi.ini A.  MeGuiio,  d,,;'formerly of Re\clstoke,rto Bli/abcth  ^only daughtci of Stuait JMcJJonald J  Social and Personal  .!. JJ Sibbald came iu fiom the Bond  W cdne&d.iy. i  i'd Jl Wells'rotumed fiom Smith  cicel- Tuesday. '        ,       ' ,  F. On, son ofl). On- of C.i-nboinc,  lefl foi Scotland on Wednesday.  '  _^lis   Di    Cios& ictunied  homo on  Tuesday fiom a lengthened tup cast   ���������  T 13 B.ilcei hlis gone on a flip to  Onlifoi um foi the benefit of Ins health  Afi and Mis J. D.^ibbalddind Mis ,  W. Silibnld leans lonionow for Kdii'oii-'  ton        f *  ' j .  Mi and Mis'JJ.'J Horn no aie c\-  pe-cted hack- fiom the const in ,i fow  davs '  0     * '   '        . i  W Ai Oallihci mined fiom the wist  Monday and left next moining foi the  south r ���������* ,  J'*ied Jtobinsdn lutuiiitd" Sunday  finm ,i tup to New Yoik and other  c.istoiwi points    ���������*  Wlijinpoi intends 'spending iio.\t  seasoiinin e.vnloiing Shtiswap lnlco and  Ok.iii.igiin countiy.     ' -  -.  <-> IJ O-IicniCOrJO���������Inis lesigned his  position ns H'sident engineer for the C  I'. It. nnd left yostoiday, fotj Montieal  Mis   Ilnoluygavo   a   faiewoll   clniico  Wednesday   in   (!.    liduaids <iincl AY \  Ifoniy who had left, ih0 C   I'   It. .shops  to go,to SiiidFiancisco. ���������  I'eicy Louis, Supt Ciiniidian A'oi-(h-  Pi n, and son of T. J.cu is of this cily,  was nun lied it Winnipeg this week  and is e\|Vcted heie with his Initio to-  I110II0U    (       h ">   ' ^y  ���������  Mi( iMonloith, OT I ho In in of  Macdonald it Monioith, aimed l.^t,  nlf,|,t  fiom   .^.ukIoii ion   a   us.Pto thecilv  Thanl.stto the lonili bonus and tliodise  in  silvoi   he   lopoifs   tlib   JCoolen  coiintii iiupiOMiigfeplendidly., <  ^'Lu-     -i_���������ZJtn 1    ���������>   }()  The Proper Treatment for a Spra^  i /��������� *   . .... i *  USE^������&mz%^.  ROYAL CBOWN SOAP  The Best in the World.  v  -Mail us 15 Royal Crown Soap  Winppeis, and in lcturn i\e  will mail a beautiful  Piotuie  ,bi/o 16\-20 ; oi foi 25 Wrnppcis    i  youi choice of over JOO books  ���������t    Diop us a post caul asking  'lor a .catalogue of premiums  ,     to be had  FREE foi   Jtoy.il  ,   (  Ciown Soap Wiappcrs  Address    '   ' '  i       ' -    The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B.C.' Limited.  and  :ned  BUSINESS LOCALS.  Hons Chamberlain, Ritchie  J-iOid Geoieo Hamilton have iesij_  tlieii se.its in tl|o JBiitish cabinet.'  i J). W. lliggins, lIemyrCioft and C  E Poolcyaio ill out for Esqiumault  as suppoiteis ol McBiide go\euinient  1 The Jiveipcfol Pust snjb uf all living  statesmen the one who lias most ol  the qualities of Mi. Gladstone is Sir  Wilfiid L.uuiei ' '  Fiank Puinetfc, of Vancomei, who  went south this moining, siys the  piospeots of \ictoiytfoi the libeials at  thccoafetaie excellent. '  Thei* nomination   uf   icpios.cnUthc  ������ if,  dentist,  ne\i  '���������'i*  1   Di. W J    Cuiiv,   icsideiit  Longhead block.' "  WoiJc baskets, all  s,i/es,at  Canada  Di ug Vt Book Co,   -  T steed  c.\pouts,  to  open   his  ,stoie oiiil'iout stieet next week  For ii trunk-, \alise, suit case oi auv'-  tlimg in 1,1 ut lino tiv M.-iudoiialdX-  iMontoiili   ( ' ,  J'lOidC'B Jltnncct Co^s tlninguof  iidveiti.soinont Oi^liist , piigo. ol this  i.^stic    f     i   #~ J   (?,,,  Lamp S)li.it/,o papci and ln.mc". ������Thc  iiewcst" kiiul| at the Cnnaila Ouig A  Book Co,   A\       ' it  Wo li.-iso sti  left You ouj.  (fc Montdilh ,  * / . f     L  J ion beds ' lion, beds '(Liiigi  ment just iiiiMod atflt JIows ui'"  nituio Sloie.i-      1  ",f >  llsonio ".Maple Leaf" tta  lit to tiy it    M.udonnld  has  Of  slnp-  Kui-  taken,  Honest  i  piov-  LOCALlMGENERAL  rs-tW  "'fi  ha\e  The   Manitoba,;wheat   ciop^    f   been mjuied by,a scveie snonstoiii*^  ���������Ystrt--,,/v--      '      -1  ������-a������iH'olteii'lin(hE. A  Upper anight  $?p<fy*<\A" ^near]yl50 pounds each of tiout  m the  ,������K������i.w->'.l'.'1   *������."���������-  ined Ankle.  i'i-������'S&'^r?������7'"  tfilfiff^^'foriier-^Mi  $fJ?fd.fff:^ Coluinbiidi-iverjyesterd.iy "_j:  '���������A'school isto be( stnited   iit vCum-  is..tr Dougheity,   Messis    J  ������.^,,v , -1^",;.   .-"'Hue arm   Ad G - Stieet aie the Inst,  ,Mft,0 % . ^trustees, i   ' A ���������     "  S-T Wi!2r'<V,      Vt  \,J   l'7'"Jf.'tj *<V   j* -i . i  Mil:p>$fi������^  7h0 F������x Concert, company mil  ap-  ���������fcVl#,"'Ile!i1illlll,e   ������Pela   1,<*"M<   on   Fnday  '     $f!i������^ "ext> This .'us.-f ono of tlie'hestcntci  M*  \ "A.s .Miile.i man will |,., ),i Wi-il \,U ,'i.  lied il lie tan hohhli. .iTound ondenu-  <li.s | wo oi line,, weeks ,,|u,, sp,,,;,,.  inn; his ankl,., ,m,i ,L it,������usually-* two  ci l hue weeks ni mout lis betoi e he has  tullvii'(OVeied. Thisisiin unn.'Less.uy  loss of time, tin,in inan\ (,isHsin whicli  C.li.iinlieiliiiii', p,m, Jj���������|,n |lMS |)eell  pKiinplly and-liM-ly (rpplied, a coin"  plile (ine hns, been (.fteeted in  ���������/li.in one week's lime. ,unl  wilhin thii;e da\s 1   Foi    s il.  llliu^lsls,        '   I ",  J  Miss   Fife   of   To'iontd  chaige of thc dicssuiakingtdepai tniont  ,*rrl ,i,nl,���������l L        J  v.  a ni  III    some  bv    all  B  U '  IIShJ,'a-T-j-'"'���������".y prisons wiio .ineiKicti i,  ^iW?i'^f2*ffbe mc-eting comoned by the i  ������l^i4^/dioigiini/.e a public hbiaty for tl  ��������� ������������������-'��������� .fry&\   >', ^   -v. >.... r.nn. nir,0nnir r,n,,i ,���������,n,i   I.,,  "-[, in ,i fi,   (W  M_b      - ��������� ^ , .   , ���������     --   the  Clt)  |f������4������^f*^4$v"fr Some nienJcoining down", the mei  \^S^m%4f~ t'Oiv& iaft Wednesday had the iui'plea's-  l^^^^^iir-t^experience of ge'tting a, ducking  SS^-z-lf^ tli^ouglrthe iaft b'eing upset on u boom  ^^f^l^/^J-eih^uppLv of catalogues foi1 the  pioposc  iioppi ly  icon  oie  Im*5^N  X Westminstei laii lias been leceived ,  JJj. McDonakPot ilielJoiiniiion u  ^m^l^C^Kt^^''11''^ ^lltl Wet,tinmstoi aiiTml  >S^2^?4%htI*'s,Bioiningjto iniestigato chaiges ut  iw^fe^l^f alleged lricguJaritvJin coiuiection with  W8%$ Wfths dredge^aKubi)  .as .  lw^t������>%<aA?-f^.lT.;lSdtt.uds,   who   completed   Life  ^*U!-*dd\,J ,  Cauoe mer tiail foi boiuenaistuiice bc-  "dyond tPjiest  livei, hlu.^secuii.d an cv-  ������   cellent guide foi'it.  Atno point is. the  ^tiail'- moie   than   2tJ0   leet, abo\o Dho  lheid  Mr?Edwaids is satialied as. good  }l and -comepieut'-a- giade,could ua\u  been got the wliole'iliscance fioin'omitli  |,^W' i "x . "���������; creek.       .'< *    v  te>- d -a,  I he hiboiots Co ujitiativo  sinking 100 fectshilto'i then  at,lco'nvoi ��������� v      \  Syl\anite>0 showing 'gold, his  found in the Jumbo nunc igrnn-'  x.Hiies of -fSOO to .-j.1,000 ,i ton1    "  "'I hoJ^aboi ei & Co-ojiei atiVe /pi oposo  building a wagon-load 'to llic Good  Bnck.oii'Canjoi.cieelc nen Golden   /  h H Estell .iikM: 'iJodd ol Golden,  havejocatcd^the  Ambci    ind' .lennie  Wells, iiMca'-cliiims^oii, Potl.itch*'cieek  e  \Y   II P/iol^'piopoaCs   oiganising   a  new mining company which will 'take  o\ot the Oistcij.Cnteiinniat Cambon c  antl^ucky Jack at-IJoplai  -" 'As thc^iesiilt-of infoinTTiLion~g"i\eTT  niulic aiticlos in the Mail on the Big  Bend a mining deal   lus-dilic.uh gone  thiough aiuPotheis aie  licinir.iiocoti-  ated  y    i     r        ._.'"*.  ThePoplai neck   townsite has,been  staked not onl\ Ioi a pie-emption, mill  site, li,.lf a-do/cn mmeiitl_claiinS. lail-  way land, townsite and"by   applicants  foi pin chase, but now has placci posts  stuck all o\ei it  foi C  B  Hume & CoHimited  f M,icdpnald"A- M'onteith aie  opening  up some nt������e lines of������gent's ftiinishing  !)lus week  (      i     -   ��������� ,      f ,    -,  Get join piCsciiptions lilled < ,(t the  Canada Ui ug ^ Book Co Tho" pui'cst  ol dings only usSr      '* d        <  If.you have not got .i,coiiolp[.fioni us  yet, come and get one u Wo have some  fine dues     John E Wootl    ft . ,  The St, Leon Hot Spiingsd'ias been  'ea'- opened/ and is now "icady to accomodate visitois, J       '  - Twche feetlinoleun',tapostiysquaics  Biusscla "cnpet .it W "-lowson's Kuini-  tuie stoie , "      i M'  I-\L\cllcis-'-1\ii.iting Jlcvelslokt1 'will  Iind rthc best accomodation at , the  Cei"itiaIt,JIotel. Abi.ih.mison.Bios-/o,  ��������� The candy facloiv has been icmo\cd"  fiom LKY Fict/'s building on Fust  sticet'to U aMannmg'a building on  McJCen/iC a\emit1    >-j "     *  When \ on "conio  theiConti.il Jfotcl  hotel  to J'c\eKtoke hail  bus  to take jou to  v Abiahanison      i;)os  $F  :i> U  |^r-%d  |iS.W      >. l.: r  -ti  fiff?  ,lj"!    ������ -r-  'jf i *��������������� '  I-i  I 7  ,'r.  '(t *  Ii\  meefciug,of the licensing  comniis-  -    sioners foi Kevelstoke nding was, held  ,,������   ^Tuesday   at   jKooti^av   Alut ofliuu  , PresenD Chief Inspectoi Uppei, Mesisie.  %ii -ICincaid and Haggen   (chaiininn),    A  transfer'was granted fiom 'A. E\ans to  t" "M^essrs. %He*\ener  it Bojd lonthe Ko-  '   ception--hotel  at  Ciniboine, and Jn-  ,   spector Upper was instmcted to lepoit  , on matters at .Uiowhead. i  >< /  The exploration of D. Mclntosn,and  11.  Gordon for avwuter supply Ioi tho  cityhas resulted in the disco\eiy ol a  stream with a How of  o\er 500 gallons  ( a minute, and which can berconnected  with" the piesent system bjra mile ot  ,-* ditch. ''This   additional ,supi)I*,    will  probably, meet   the   lequnemento   of  KevelstoKe   for   some   time   to come  Tbe' niKjct*  and   aldeimen wilPtako  ������������������    steps  to iiiake  use  of  this stream as  soon as possible.  1   They Make You Feel Good.  The pleasant putgathe eltVct experienced by all who uae Uli.iuiber-  lain's ibiomiiLli and Ln'-'t- Tablets  Lnnd ihe heallliy condition ut the bodv  and mind wmcli Ihey ci elite makea  ,onr feel joyful. J.'oi sale by ulldtuK-  glsta. >  * DtWoOlsc\ has obtamal oie on his  piopei tj on the noilh loik of the llio  cilhnaot, showing fiee irold and native  sil\11 Thp lead ia 10 to 12 feet wide  Much linpoitance mav, attach to the  diacoveiv He has ano'thei thiee tons  of oio out foi shipment  The la test, excitement lCported fiom  Puplai has aiison thioutrli the discov-  eiy that piactically all tlie giavel beda  in the volley aie Void .bcanng, colors  being obtainable cvet.vwheie, fiom tjie  inoas down As a result ovei loity  locations weie made tho Inst dav, ai:d  about thu ty since  M J ILilpm, ot  s.ivs {hat in all lnB  nevei seen .inythini:  mense ioi tuncs  i j good  Pi ops  ''"Jf ion aio'Io'okingj/oi an noid bed  we'have got ihem b> cho 'bushel (We  h.uetliemiiibiassciowlnotjOiaii.v othei  kind of^a foot}ou may lcqiinc Gome  alongvand see us, b'e with theciowtl'  John E Wood/the Peoples Fuinitiiic  stoic     *>*��������� ,, ^ * _  ^.Ui Ctnii has had his dental looms  in Jtho Loughotd block on McKcn/ic  .iveiiuo lJtted"up with the moat iqr-to-  dute dctitiPiiiiphancea. These include  hidi-iiiilic chin, dental cabinet, etc,  and peiaonbieqiiiiingtleiit.il woik can  get it done as well in Jtcclsloke as in  the laigo citie-- The looms include  waiting lo.ini, opeiating loom and  woik loom and aiCfwell lighted  laboi men with libeials at Vancouvei  and Yictona sectucs di combined  libctal-Iaboi vote ndthosc cities'    '  Thc Libernl says *Tho<biUlo ciy  in(the Jioyal City is ^Foi oui homes  and most vital intciests. against the,  j\lcBiide govern ment���������the--- .iceklcs.'  and nithlcss destioyei of these"  The iS'ews leiniuks "The Camborne Minei' has como out squniely  foi 3 M.'lvelhe, thc hbeial cundidalo  lot tho Jloiolatoke nding /l'heJImei  wants good government",     ' u  'Alt_er^tlio slnilibi ticatnient with|  which J'.ilph iSniith mot at the hands  ,of tho socialists' ut V.iiicouvui lust  wcekChiis Foley said1,^" p10lll t],is  d.iylipnco J anraii' open encmv of tho  socialist"." -r      i"-       '  Speaking itceiitly at,J.iidnar  John Olivoi^aid     ' What  tin  nice needs is not a 'hbeial government  oi    a'' consci v.ilive\goveiiinienl",   but  leu'l-heailed,'coiini-on-sonso   men   to  admiiiistoi its all'ims /  i John ICeen', ptosulcnl of the J'kj-  uuciaPiMiimig Association,is speaking  in the J/.uda.ui foi lJ Is Jtetalliick-,  whom'ho iecoi;iiisesas the best oindi-  date foi Xhal s^ijo,, ,n the'intoiest of  tho mineial industi v.      ' t  * ���������"   ,  ,  ���������l I   / '  < * Victoiia.- con<.oivati\cs'   evalciitli"  think'as-litile  of  JJon 'McPhiilqJs f  oN'temioi McLJikIo  Ioi   they   pur the  I only cabinet ininistoi   fiom Viciona"*  at the buttondef.tlio list of canilnlates  isolcctcd tb'iepicscnt J.liolp.'u Ly   ff  .Says. tlio'Times     "Pionnei McBiide  has uecn'plcading' with   the  u'eople'of'  Now ,Westminstei r'noflo Jtifin  then  backs   upon   "The, Boy'"   Thc boy l'.  stho piennei   himsell, and   it  musl   be  admitted that his lemaiks haveatiuly  juvenile linsr '     "   ,      l        t,  0  i J .A JM.icdonald,-the ^veil-known  bainstci, is the ojiposition , candid ite  foi Rossland' He 'points out ..that  Piemiei1 JViolJiide declines to commit  hnnscll'to .uii policy legauling tlfo  co.ll^ and oil lands, and says "A in tn  who'w'ouldn't say wh.it hcw.ispionincd  ro do befoie election could not intend  playing lair'ifteiwaids "        i  The Victoiu Times lcm i.ks ! '"Ac-  At Beaton he had i,>>,���������1 moetin'gin thc  hotel, with 35 pioseni and 11 js>"eed.  ham piesifJing A(, An ,wl,ead he ad-  diessid about 25, ai���������l m well pleased  with the lostilt of his nn, '  The v Tiibune, x.hi, h- ,, j��������� plomioi  MciJiidesconfidcnn ii'"i.uks- '-Theic  is a good (leal of fn, , n ,, .,, both paities in Vancouvei ni ,i . , I,,, u, and t]le  lesult will be tho iui,., i fiom those  two cities of IlvecOiisci vativcs and four  hbeial,,".yid ������.igiiific.intly<ticlds "Boys  the mcmbeis foi the Kootenay JJotind-  .iiy lillings will contio! theiiextgov-  einmcnt of Bntish Columbia." That  means the McBndo govern men t goes  down to ignominious defeat.  Theie is no class of men so fail and  just as mineis The Illinois of jSt,i-  n.umo me indignant at the black-,  gunidly action of thp Vancouver  socialist** in lcfusing a heauiigfto  Halph Smith, M P , and at a meeting  ,R. HOWSON & CO., \  o.  Furniture Dealers,.House Furnishers and Undertakers-  i   I*     i     , ���������i    > >       "'     ^,,  i ,  11      "-   Have just opened the largest stock        ,- ' -    '*'  >f     '     of Carpets in the city.   , *   . . a ������   lp  Linoleums;1 Rugs, Toilet Ware/and General 'House Furnishings  u '  iJ'fr  f'\ ^  ''if  ,    , iii"1  f7 *  9   "i r  MoICUNZIB Axr13NUli  IUUVJilLSTOJCE.  of  the  inineis  union- on'  Monday a  .,..     i  *     ' *, ���������<  the   Ittco  Canada's"Great ^Illustrated Weekly  In keeping with the urogicsa ol the  age, CAX vD.Y'ri CBC.VT S'ATfOiSdVf;  HOME XEWSPVPEK, THE WKEIC-  LY GI.OBE will be very in.iteii.itly  mipioved for 190-t "Xume'ioiis impoit  ant changes are in contemplation, but  the leiding i'eature will be the introduction ni an rJGHT-PAGE, JLLLV  TKATED SUPPLKME.VT OX CAL-  EXDEREJ) P\PEK. -Thi= will i,u-  dotilitcdly make it the :������o--t populu-  weekly oflered to ihe people of the  Bomimon For particulars aee adver-  tiacment  m  coi ding as the stiongth of liboialism  in JJntish Colnndbia become^appaic'it  the state ol demoiali/ation in tlie gov-  cinment���������i.i, ks incieases - l.h Mc-  J-indo is awaic oh the conditions. Up  knows that his 'oifly, hope' Iiosmii an  1ippe.il'to tlio,pcoplo,"]f possible, befoie  the gieat stampede occuts ���������" '* -s  V,   ill   -v-t.-'       >���������  * f ���������������     i< k    ^~  u i JNevviii.in. letuiniiigofliceitlias  fixed tho following-.polling.places foi  Ilevelstoke*! Klmg ���������.(JUnwiHwin, Albeit  Cauvoii, Aiidwhoad, Comaplix^' Boa-  ton, Gamp Foui, illicclhvvaor, Glaciei,  Wig"wam, Camboi nc, Gold fields/' IJal-  Cion, &t Leon, Adams Jtaneli, jfockj  J^oinr, MeCuIlough Cieek Caincsr  J'ounie llvalt's C.inp, J',ig Eddi  Tne Kootenai m wants tho sup-  portcis of the piemiei to oxjilain what  McBiide Ind to conceal wlienihis  fnendson, tlio committee ofi mvesti-  gatiotdvptcd against lccalling hini in  ordui that Mi John Ohvei'o counsel���������  Mi U ifl���������might cross-e.xaniine him  upon Lhe evidence ho had, given the  committee when counsel weie not  piesent  The Mi Bride go\i i ���������iinoni, m deal-1  ing a foul blow at the oxhibifion and  t-hrcMteiiing the budge has nude the  tight, m Xew Westminstei that ol the  ciDi/ens. mespective of p.uty, delend-  mg their homes and then meat v ital  lristitinions Mid peimancnt intciests  against the attacks and menaces of an  mine, j]ss^  expcuencejie ha's J      "       ���������; ���������  like ropl.il.    Im-j     \\ lii'ti you do  nut  ue  actually  m   sight f and lei-1 dull and stupid  lot some of  tlieowneis     Maiqms and I-1" 5'" "ed '*- ��������������� dns.������ <.f Ch.unl  inesnonsible, and   unscrupulous pio-  mother ^coltimirof tlii-t "-mci.il administiatioii "���������Lioei tl  |     ftpcakingatXelsonS & Tayloi made   ������������������  i a special point ot  th? -fact   that   the  reli-h   your lood   'ioestion    now   befoie the electois was  "ft-,    i.iiipij. I not so much wliethei  hheials oi   eon-  tl nn'-, -eivatives should Kile, but  wliethei oi  lcsolution   waspissed cens'uung  the  Vancouvei   l.iboi   comnnttec  for   not  obtaining a fiur'heaiiiig foi Mr. Smith.  The  Vancouvei   people  cnnic m foi a  good deal of ciiticism  for1 thp maimci  in which Mi  Smith   hud���������been intei-  feicd1 wilh on the plat foi m'.'   "    A     ,<  The Colonisl,  tin;, leading coiv-civ-  ativepiipei   of   the   piov inciv hud, in-  hltlo uso for Piemiei McBiide and his  outlit  ns  many  (if  tho  best consoi v-  atives  in   (Ins.iidmg.   The'Colonist  lecently said of him:    "We do 'nod sec  how  iu*y  conseivativc  candidiitc can  he pledged   to   sunpoit   Piemiei AIc-  Bude'   i    *   "f-    If ,1'ien'iiei 'MclJudc  weie tn hnnkly��������� lecognise this a"gicat  deal of lioublo would   he   .aved     The  puiely Hi-iiipoiaiy   cliniactei    f  thc  piesent   'goveininciit    would   bo 'disclosed  J    "   *jf  H is ,in entiioly uii-  f.ui( demand , tluid'oveiy   con.seiv'ativc  vole  c.i'rt'iu   thc  elelcti(uia shall lie i  vote of conlidcnco',in   linn    .Tlioieme  a gieat nma,-y  conseivatives  who,'fo?  conscience and   honoi,  cannotfaecedc  to. lhat dom ind " , '     ,  >���������  J'cfeumg to dho | nioi's speech at  Wesdnunstei, (hi  Woi Id inniiiiks, JTl  show's   llio 'pipinici" to"   be'capablc of  sadly misjudging tl ie -a uiiagc 'intelligence of lin community 'in    which   he  addi^saciLhimsell, foi suiolvthc tunc  has   uon6 by when a public inau<"may  with any degiec'of leason   hope to f tv-  oiablymiduenco thojicfdiot'of any cbn-  stitucnev, Hiy   piophc-ying   vvliolcsalc  and indis"runii nte victoiy foi   himself  and   his, f..u\, h'ohttlmg"tho canicitv  and inipuiiging the. mtcgiity oldbne bl  lis  niosl   stiiling'bpponohts (as John  Ohvoi ccitainly is^to the jnesent   lust  minislci), and   cau>fullyt shu king.Lho  issues*-iipon which, dlle'coiinti v w ishps^  to* heai    fiom him and has a ught to  heai fin i 'him " j '      -i    r-  'J  W   liennett   lus  been   lellint;  lie wanted to   be Jan   and M[tuiciiiid  avoid |ieisonalitiOs,"*(but   hit night bo  bjoke his own inlo by  aUacking J'M  KcJlic in,his absence    How I'ltlcicntly  ICellie licated'-him*   Though uiged to  hold mictings  down   south   he said it'  | woukPnot bo fan   to  do  so unless the  ,o!hci candidates, had   in   oppoituniey  of   being   picspnl   .  When   asked   "to  speak at Jtev \l)' P 'AVilsoii,'s' meeting  ho said lie ^vas   willing, to, dofso, but,  was told.be. could dnly'-have'half an  houi    ^leicphed  he  was'-e'lititledtto  the same time ,'dV" the" othedman'but  vv,isj^ftisecl._JIo l^-lccd  about  Fudav  night, but was -told  ho could have ho  tunc then ,is'it  was "to  be  a  special  lectine.   ,A  pioposdl   was   made   the  thiee   candidates   should 'hold   joint  meetings and all  agiced     An meeting  of lepiescntatives  of   each   candidate  ..ivas called last night to  aiiange1 dates  but onli vMcssis   Bennett  aid  id jj  Lewis, -societal1,   to   Mi   Kellie's committee, attended     An eflolt was made  this nioiningno get Mi  Tayloi's committee to cany cut  the auangement  foi joint dales but they lefusp   Messis  Kcllic .md(Bcnnctt'"will   theicfoic ai-j  lange joint meetings  and  invito Mi  T.iiloi     Ofcouiseit  us  as  unieason-  abic to ask Messis Tajloi   and  l^elhe  to discuss local politics with an Aineu-  can citi/en   is   it would be Ten Messis  T.iiloi and   Ivcliio   to   challenge   the  Now Yoikeis  to  discuss  the  ment  of   thcii( citv. J Thc  not asked to vo'te foi ",Rev  Wilson but  f_ W Bennett -'lie is  the''man J. M  Jvcllic will meet and  it   is   the candidates pitied dnectly against each othei  the people want to heat  J- A Giant Scaled. \  <f'  NOTICE.  Mount Deltafoim, that had so long  withstood the attempts of the'^moun-  Uin climbeis, has (fiillen a victim'  to thp persistent mountaincci and'  added lo thc list   of climbeis' scalps.  Mount Doltnfoim lics'.in thc, valley  of tho Ten Peaks near Eiiggan, and  had long been legaulcd.-as the ,Yug-  fi.iu or, thc, Bookies nnd well' nigh  'inaccessible rSo steep weio1 its' sides  in fact thtiln snow- never gatheied  and-tho inountaii) gout/ wi'ts unnble  to keep its foothold on, its surfaoo"  Del in foi in, King ofi llio Peaks, has  fallen at last. On ttho 5th ' inst., two  Aniciioan'clinibcKs, ,vh"0 |���������uc S])Cnt,  ,'Mimmei  in     tho   Rockies,   vi/,  QKAbED TKNDEUS addiessod to llio undei'-  P .'''K'ic'Lwill'bo lOLchc-l up lo Sunt. 27Ui  ioi tliclaboi ot col toning and .pnpeiing llio  colling oC tho Opoia House.   Si/o, Toxlflftot. .  1 io lowosloi any londci not neeetsai ih  no-  copied. /il _        j-|  )    j       '       It. TAPPING, Mnririgci.  NOTICE:  v,  i >*(  d  ���������I  llic  '^Kgoi^s  knqwn  Iv.HI fir  Piofcssoi J'nikci' and"Uoctoi  nceompiiuied by (he two cwell  irindes, Hans audi Cln(istinn  mini,, icpn(jiicic(P Delttifoini ^Iany  climbeis in tho pasd'have, hied "their  Climbing luok but they Imvo -failed  alwiiys.and it li.jfaicmnineil forMossois  Paikor and Kggois (,0 "bag',,> thq hilh-  ; ,. ���������'     '     . / ,i e- ,/���������    i , V  At Inoicoiitsl of ninny eleelois fioiiiinll^scc-  tioiih of the Hiding I hoioby iiiiiinn.li- mj inlcii-  tion pi liuing a ciiiididnlo In tlio toniing cloetion  Ioi* Itovolhloku. and H(|iiost lliObii|i|ipi I o������ tho  ploelois. J slinll^vihil lhl-(lilleieiafioilions of  llioipleeloinio und I,old meetings, datis of  winch will ho duly a inimiicul, '   ,-lL  ' ^ .LL.     . .       _ -       ._ 1    Wi  .i. i\r. XKLhiii:.  NOTICE.  i' >  'i  r\r0',',7,?,|;'i1'!  |,(-,*(-!'''' .knoii Ihul, UuiIi- dnvs :  XX    iillci d.ilo I Intend iiii-1- ' ������������������    '.,"-,!'  iiiin-  il...  i'IlT.'i -/,;-,-���������-,**l,|l||'ingto thu Honoi-  iiuie  llio  U lei   ( oininissloiiei   of   bunds und '  lhe pei mission  to foil mid cany  Woiks  foi  awaj liabn liom ihe lolluuii|,-|,u,f|  Coiniiieiieingiii a posl piantod on  ..........   nmi   ..j;i;i;is  iju    Jl.  3i to iiivulnciablc lKuk-1  i       /1 ^ _i "i ^    /  V  ,Tf)^TI,'i!J-,l'd\1T.*n:7J' I'i'-it&Oisr 'jo tiia v-  (iroi "('llcsl ihhshed hoiisoni'u h-w eounties,  c illnig on lelail iiim, hunts and  ng( ids    Loea  ,^". 'ins,..S-,'"'*   ?!������-''-a ������*-"*'   '"''I expense1.'  pav.ihlofll lUaweck uu.isli .uui oxnuiisos ad  vanud      losiliun  iKimanonl (1.  Diislnuss sue'  onVdlli!,oln'i.d".''..!,.",-dr  K"('1".*:4fsolladdiossed  Chiea^o  J-mlcdat Kovelslol o'llm, lOlh day or  , &(-|it( in hei, 11/0/    a" ,     i f  ���������"*, .  NOTICE.  Pi  f  'Sli i*  Slandiuil jroiise,   llJ^Ciixton llldg ,  THE'OPERA HOUSE, REVELSTOKE  ON  Monday,, SeptT,' 2lst,M903,  ' 'Mr. Charles A. Payne,  IV   ������/iV   "i'i '" '<-bv-Kivcii\lliiil.  IhnLv   d.ijs W  w Ir'1''" Cl"'''   (oiimiissioiiei   ul'Linds  mid/,',*   *'  Won., ioi |iei mission  lo letl and unij awuvl       i   *")  Cn^,,,1,,'!'.'!"'!"'   '""'"K  dose..Ud5 lad,5 S   , ;'   s  Commencing aliou   loin miles up auntliuccK rt d - 1  al a  post niuiKeiH 'It., ll   Hull', n '0.1011111 *   ^    *  POs,"ihencoso..tli H> 'eh,,,,,,,    luoc   iK  (..nuns to plaeo ot eoniinoneoinoiit1  Dated at Kovclstoko,   _  tills lOlli day of faopteni hoi  loneoinonl1  -    ���������'  It. It  irAbL:  I'lll!.  4-  NOTICE:  us  ���������*      Spicml (oiiespondcnt of  (Jiii     ' 'J ho AdMiiico/'Ghieago,'  vvill (hjivei1 one of^hi1,!hiilha'iil^.eiitei  lamiiitf.itid tnsiiuelivolectuii'sdi'.sctip '  ,hve ol *oini- ot the J-!eaiiti(< of, God's  ,\Voild    H >    ** * m_    ~ "  ,t      ,  ���������* / ONE 'NIGHT ONif.l I  RESTAURANT  First Street,   d  last otdlTolsons Ilank , ���������,^    Kov'olstokc ,v  For-youi, meals.'   Open day anrfnightd  flleals 2oc and upivai d. ,1 Spet nil vv uekly  Good sei viroguaiaiaeed.     , ^  . FUJIlVl'LO, Piopfietms.    fj  1WX  1 a 1?  , '  ,' ' 's*     11-l  , , , "Vd'''"'^''"!! that Unity dujs  iTTiliI,."ri7}',ll0rl "U*c"(l 'W1'ing to llio Jlon-  vvnVicf"-1 Co,!������ne>sionei 01 , Lands and  Wo ksfoi pciiiusslmi lo loll aniUcuiiv   aw   y  ''"P" f'o >e follow ingdeseiibe'd laiid, "  J  Ooininoneiiiif atjibont Iho miles .up'bnuil,  ciCLic at, ,1 post nnuked ��������� 0. Hull's n e co 1 u  posl," thonco south ,iO chain,,  ll once^v est bO  ! um'ls'i, ',"i"co 'i10"1' i0 ���������^'"���������"vt.lic.rcc: o'Cst y"  chains to pi ico ol eon.inoiieenient ^ _** il  ,     7  ' ,0  tf/VM,  -1'..  Dnled at llove'lstoke > I  " this IUI luluj ol^eptenibot, I'lll I  ������>\  Hint Ihutv  days  lates.  ~1  L.Z+L-  FIREW0QD--  ''     I*1. '   -  ���������ISJOTICI'/lsdlio.'ohy given   Hint  til. ,,., CV'.i tl'.1,1"u-"(' ���������'"I'1' "<B to tho jrono'id  vvmlsin', h"C  L"l������';������*--1'������"ei - of Lands nnd*,  vv 01 Ks Ioi tho po.mission lo lei und eauv awnv  'Unibei fiom tho follow ing lands  ,,?."'  -? (.onimeni ing about si\ milc,tii,) Sinitli cicvk '  at a post mm ked    (J Il���������n s 11 (   00. noi post "  , 11'������ !!S ^������,"i "sntU,C""us ,"������������������������������������������ ������ est W ������Jmn,,  piuco ot commencement    t  ������    ,  -C..-.L.    .1    Ir       -,,    f.       i   %    j-w"  -'  -Jiilcil at ttovclsloko,*.-���������.;,*' f ~  -tli^e, lOUi day ol beptombei, l'UJ   / . * -^^.tiij  \h,  post.  [lis,      '  . tOitl  h  ���������f^L.  GY'HALL  ( Helving taken over'the fire-  Wood 'supply of, the' Harbor  LumbprHCc.'s mill, orders'left  at the mill, at W; M. Lawi'ence  or fringing up phone'No. 8  ���������a ill have prompt-attention.  flemiKig! '  ljovci n-  pcople aie  You will  find   the   RED  'CROSS DRUGSTORE  Headquarters forall school  supplies.  See our Pencil Boxes and  our Exercise Pool's which;  cannot be equalled for Lhe|  monev.  patently bring made  (   While \Y. ll Pool and  f   J  w-eio on   then wav fiom I'oplar cieek  to   Jtevel-stok-e    they    eallid   ,,t   the  Ciueeii's hotel Cum ij,h\, ,m<l laid some  Poplar   deck   u.lmplis   on   a table to  -how-them to f If Vouilif,   the   pi(>.  piie'toi      While   Mi   Vnuii" and mhei  pai tie's tint Ind called    W(l|e   |u(llvlnK  at tht-ni a few insri;cd ehunks dropped  oil.      .Mi     Voiiiik   nfteiwnids    lound  them   on   the table and put them 111 ,1  glass. The ("lunate value is aboutiiU.  The tu-jspators who have  been 111-  vi ���������'ti^atin^ the (ountry   betwini Kev-  fl-tdki   and    Albeit   ("aiivon    h.i    lhe  c\t������ iij.|(iii   of  lhe  l'i-h fiiuk gold belt  have r vine to tile conclusion It IHOVC'I-  l.ud bv the liiiKstone,   hue   and   does  not cmio to thu s'lif.nc     That is coi-  rect.    It   Happens   noith   ol   Carnes,  Clerk, and while ,t   is  getting too lite  now- to iirospcct that   countiy tins fall  tliey ovpect n iu������h of  piospcctois into  tlio Ucnd nevt fpiing  v [RAIL AND STEAMER  K  .'in.  same  ip foi  I'.IW,  Moscrop Bros.  T Tiiy'nf bus repiefccnted this  di^tiietfoi three yens in which fou 1  Ms,su,n.M)f the    le'^ishtmcj, tvu   been  E'M-id'nfc Sliaiighnc-s/' is on a visit   '"''' '    Jjl'    '",K,m't   r''   jC'veinmcnt  to Iliitish.Coltinihit.     " mone>   *\p-.irt������d  on   p-iiihc  v.oiks is  rv.���������l   s!���������   ,    vr        1 ,    lapjiroMmaK 1.    JjiliJiJ/JW).     'I hu  CitMil   supt    Marfiolc   wn-   ov'n   the l,|Utip r n-e. .', nt, ,1 I v f   \i  r-iiid thi-  ���������e< k   nnd    has   .etui ned to I Jl,    -        '     '������,"l.'������y >> M  _\_anc(,ii,-(i     with     .\fiister   .Mechnnie  Temple to meet the hi icksiiuth's u>ui-  mittei  Tin st(,,|i|(.r r*< v'Ustokc Iijih b. en  Awn* .1 lue; bu^iniss hitdy \,i\m^  iv-iiiIm Mipphfs 10 the 15* nil 'Ihn  I'ou'hloke laimhii Coiiipinv h tvt f.t't  "  muiifiimi  it in k   of  si,pp|���������s   for;, hu'.  th  '  ���������iK'hii.iherewppnt   Itoclv  P������.u,l      I: | du'uSih,-', 1  A   llradlcy ha,  seiU   up   1 jl?   'onsj^n  1  nienls to Krcnrli eiifk   anil   I   Ij .^,1,  Imld is ptil tint; 111 supplies  at   MeCuI-  loiij'li to  enable the   Revelstok  M.  rl.  thiee Vl  HH   1 lldlll  tilTo'itH)    . vpemlul     or,   public  ���������i   i''ii   pl';unci il jjovei iiini nts  1  .MeCuIlough ercck (Vimp-inv to  nn cailv stmt nr\t spnue  steamer hid to nuike an ovtri  TluiMdn> The river i< inllini;  and she will piob.ihly be taken ofl  of the month  ���������  nuti  make  .fin  in)  vv 01 k  \ otc foi K< ll.'e .ind [iro^H  I!( feirnu' In tin   iiftion   (,|   I'kiuki  (hide, jn < iuiii^iii^'   the   ,i,,ti  of lhe  etiolls -ti 1, to iram adv.intiii<', ������,  s,_  vim    ii.'.-     it   .si Js, ���������      ��������� j  ,|()    U(ll  d.e (I'li-civati.e puty li.if.  it.   I   du  chiiii.    tfi.it   the  Tiiinf nt li iiiioii" 11 witii  '1   "i   vi' w      Von IV Hit to  ii' li  11 111���������111111 iv Ik, (,av(  til   b(-t  llltf l( sty (,f  iIm,   tl i (ojniiiont -t  A Sure Nerve 'ionic  Will net, not so much dueelly upon  the neivis as nnon 1 Ik dis^i-suve  tunelioiis .nd the abundant im illation  ot ted vn,ih/mtf blood Neives e.m't.  he led on   inidie'ine     Tliev   (,111    liovv-  (,'Ve'l*,      I1U   ICst'dlKl ,||,(|        8,|U.|||r(|u.,|,.(l  l>V assimilative timd. The nun vulotis  aetuni nl I'i'iio/.one ,insi^ lininns  aclionovd the di^c-l ive mid .issnnil-  ative pii.cess.es. When you hike Ki 11 o/-  (ine the blood is pin ih"ed,sticiif<.| hem (I,  (,'iovvx iich mid icd. 'Uu-n v.hil'kivv  vigoious, healthy and he.iulilul, reiidy  Im uoik, heeniise you Imvc the slien-  KLhtodn il No Kinie Un the binm,  blood or neives eouip ues wilh t'Yi'-  lo/tme. Pike r,(k. nt IJiiiKKij,Is, 111  Poison .V. Un., Kingston, Out.  11 vvni ion*-   Piu.s.ii-i: l<;i'f/:on\'i:.  Revelstoke ^Grows Fast  , t* We kii.h' l.islei, haviilt-; added  loom IJakeiy ,uid (Jonleetioneiy  businest, hill lines of  Groceries and Camp Supplies  , ^'"-   -   HOTiCE.J .-    '^f  X f d       L ,   **  ���������       ''        '       J- **'  "NT0?if.?Kilsi '''���������"''���������'-���������V'1' en "llint'tlintv dlavs  iiWn I h ( 1 IUr i,mlLml "*l,l*1* '"I*" I" 11"1 itonoi-  wJSi r "lcr ^"''"ssioiici ot' Guilds nnd  Wo K-foi iiciinibsion lo fell and cum mv iv  timbei fiom llio followinK(lcsc.il,o(i"innds J  OomnienciiiK iiboul ������ovon Hilled tn, biiulir  ici'l;itUpoMi,,������lkc,l)'j,ls KH,b f'i S'le.  posl, iionco south Ml dm,,,,, Hicocvvcs'.M  cliiiins-, thence noilh Ml elmins,' lliiince' east W  elninis to plneo oC coninieiieonienl     'j 1  IMtodnllKveUoKo JAJrKS W,UaJ  Hns Klllidnj ol&P]ileiiibni, 110, ,       "    '  JST'  0 1'IOIC  ���������ii,, ,1 , ^"f  P''0������  tlidt llmlj  (lnj������i  nblu nu"rhu?rli"lu"110 n|,1,l'',0 "' jr������110'-  \v 1 &, r'"of < olll������"***-io"e'i of iianlsaml  i���������,?i,d^f,01 "u',1,'11^0,1,' t0 cut ami uuiv avvnv  V\' si lv-,1, a!.',', '"/""'"K <le'.e,ihed hinds,',,  vv e'sl Ivootcn iv Dislnct, i  .'.ir,',"i',","n!aV,S,"1'1 l-O'-tPliintetl onu and lluee  1111.uti 1  miles 11 oui  I'.fnch ciook wosl, about -  thc,^ca's'rm'i"h"'sn0l,t",111' ',l',cnco K^1 ������' ���������Jl"������'^d  in^^^^^i^'^^iffi^^0^"'-'  JlatedAiiKiistLlth/l'lOl       M  ^^"'^    -'.  NOTICE.  <ents Ioi   lhe  MONSOON  Celelnatiid  Tii Aft.        (  Itoaii,  Revel.stoke.  M< Bndc ,  ijint this  ���������A< t 1 id  of  ������ icj i.'iccd 1,01 or,I  f la  pruviiK i  I, it  LUMBERING.  ul,nm C|,"',"!(   ������.''  ll"'    ]Vil"������"   ������<   I'eisOI.S   lo  i,".V'"- '"}   ',MU  "���������"���������'Kiiedlilsinluol  11  viistsidoof Uidii Allow- LnKc, west folk of,  - J-niBsloii  eieok    lluld,Hlouiili. ���������,   ,��������� Spiici  , 1 istno.L'.'t^r"f'f "'ion' WoiKootS ij-  > jjisliici, Unlish Colinnhin  f27,?"i ',a ,"J"-1'*   '"inert Hint 1,  tho nuclei-  M,feV!1n "'-'���������M'C'i.ile.d foi von Uio ,������������������,  0"  S-M7  <ss   1,   ",' lV,"nc",c,,l,'s ,,!,������" tl'esaul i'i.i-  le Mi, ���������L?i'l\ ',"'"������������������ "'J'1*-''   L'"J P'OW-amis 0f  llio ill iiein] Act, *-iind   if  vvil nn   nmelv   il,n  I cosii ,      ,   "'.'f?"-1'11 ���������"���������*��������������������������� ������'W"ll������-i   will,  (ill   C0SL8   Ol     KlVClIisillL',   J01II    lllluiusl    III   lhl  said i.imoinl Uniin vv ill heco ,,"  tl     no.,   tyof  Iillul    All Ael  to Ainoml llio *VI|noi..l Acl." '  IJiilulatlliilcvonlioifeniim.s ,  lliwlstdnj ol SoiHi'inbu, I'lll I.    , A. IV!   SVJUONS  Ui1,' liend laiinb'rCo have piu-  I tin   timbei   Inniti   nenr Poeky  held by .1. A. K'nk and olhem  Ii   Ih,!,. iiuoi., of (Joldcn, and i;.  i'i'>iii(>,of   PcvcKlou-c.   have   sold  ir limits 111.11 CanuMivei to I'liluth  trip  fast  f nd  piirmplcs 1 '  fi/i tin ir ov, j,  sty mid fur di,Un.  Sanitary Plumbinjf, Hot  Water & Steam Heating  Pipe Valve Fittings,  The Druggists are Agreed  We also carry  a complete I n    , ���������    t  supply of all office- r^ui.-'6"��������� Lam,,S' DMr Bd,S ������"  ites.  J. A. Miller & Co.  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtures ftj" Put In.  Ili.it sniesl   and   mil,-  and    Wait    fluie  is  was Ihe lust coin curi  and still leads a"  ways ruhi'ic a substitute'.  PimlesM  Coin I  "Pnlieim's "   (t  on the  mini, et, j  compel 11 ens     A  A ii ordei-in-cotiiifil has bren jiassnl  providing foi the admission into Canada, for a h tummy pc nod of 01 .myf  mineial (by, uhllo and led h id, coi-  lodcd out of (end pioducid in Canada  or fiom pi^f It ml pioduml fiom silver-  n liad 01c inincd 01  smelted   in Canada,  Second Street, RevelstokeiKttiKitiKWK! ������" u,c'  IIOIli"  I/'IJ  /   \V   Ih 11 i.f tl*��������� reports having mil  ,t  Ztxi'l ti.p south (-st .veck    Coririideririg  the   bad   ^fnt* of the road-     Un hrld  meotuiKS at ���������"������������������vtr.il  points and among  other thin^i   pointed out how T. Taylor Ind vohd on the trade uniin bill,  aud ui'/fd tlif   soi 1 iIimH ni rr tin fmr-  '1 -t to laboi       \| (,,))!) u,|i     ),(    hid a  fmly good um firijf, thu school tnisffu  kindly   pi King  tin m hoohoom at bu  duposi.l,   and    Hi   , tfcnclccl     ,\mong  '���������ucstion-i  ihI fd   ��������� is  (he ji. ht 01 cm"  poi iticms lo   dcfliir 1 ||,i p(1,1    1V, f,���������,M  mmeis   without   Ihin    nuisiui       \t  Onmbiiiiie hi  In Id lt    |,ig   nuc tinpf   in  the iMineis' ( uion hall  and spoljti hvo  liouis,   K   ,1    'J home   piesidiu-.;     He  poinlfd mil   socmlisls did no| piopo-Hcl  toeloM' up eviiyUiiiijfimmidiiilclyaml  theie would no 110 midden usiiipiitinn,'  The  ( hns((  Point  \V  C.  th  people.  1 _ At the inciiliii'; (,f thf> whnioholdois  of llio Airowhdid Lumbei Co.,nt Wm-  'Hp-if, the follcHvmg ollieeis weie  clceted Pimdent, A. McMillan; sec-  ti(ii������,\V V\ Pinser, mnniigoi, \V.\t.  Heatiy, dirutois, O MeOuiniel: and  W. Meredith  I have shu I ed a pei ui.inenl, *\V(i(id  Yuid un Thiid stieel. With mv pa.st  ("cpei iene-e Ihopi1 lo be in a position  lo sal Nl v nil ic(|uiteinent,s ol ciisloni.  er.s, i\hll and eoidvvood .supplied in  any leugl lis at reduced pi ices lor ritt.li-  It, SAMSON.  NO. 5  B.  C0IV1PANY R.  NOTICE.  ��������� , Vs1'.!,'1!'. '\u"v<' Company will he  in lli.'13nll Hull at 7::"0 eveiy TikkcIiiv  mid Fiidny niichl lill 11111 her mil ice.  Oiil  llv 01 cIoi'  II. A.  I1H0WN, U. 0.  NEW BUILDINGS.  Tin manse   to   hi    eiected    by  the  I'i(sb>tc nun   church   will   bo a handsome addition   to   the buildings of the  [city     On thegioiind floor   will be the  following     looms       labraiy    IH   ft  wpniic,   (lining-iooni   IIM7 fl.,"hnll  7'.vi:i ft,   pailoi    |:M.'|i" ft,  kitchen  I'M I ft, and puitry 7\jl' ft     On  the  upjiei   II001    w,ll   l.t.   fotu    bcd-icoins  IKIli It,   IMIIfi,  !M:,'ft,   IV,\Y.\  ft   nsppctivuly,  hath-room   1JW10 ft.,  hull !)]vi:i fl     Thoio   will   bo" 11 ver-  andnli lound hvo sides.    The contiaet  is being cm 1 icd out by K. V, Adnir.  for  .1. C. Iluliliisnn hm, mianged  huge supply ol (JattlL Coal.  Oideislcli ,t|  W.  ,m    Lnwn  U.  M. .Smythe's  will  have piompl, nt-  tenhoii. (,       '  rence  WANTED  and a  eomplett: hue  of the  GEN til NE     )     ���������][pM'  PBTJSI-l   KOLKN   lecently   em-  ployed 111 D. Bain's gangal, Beavei'  will eominunicale with  the Kootenay  Mail he may hear of something to  his  advantage.  j*   OS t'-Sl. Den,aid Pup.   Will (Inder  iJ   please leimn il to Oily JBnkri v?  rnO LJ<!T���������Kiiiiiishetl house ol five  I l'oiunschisi'to sinhoii. Applv to  Mi=s Hall. P. O f-*e.\ 120.  Rogers Bros."      W  ICnivcs, Forks,,  5poons, etc.  I vii enri.fii!Iy (.Mimimd and  Jiio|������il} fitted to tl.e best arnde  ������.> r jj I ih, s f������������������-  Pinc     Cf^)  P.-P'11-Ini;. \_y       V_>   ___!_;   ANTED���������The   pet son   who   hoi-  invved honi the   Kootenay Mini  c.fliec a laige  map ot  HeveNtoke unci  distnet to 1 etui 11 same.  WANT TO SELL-IJnive.Mly   ed  ilmn of Sliakespeate ,vith illus-  U.1I1011&'ind noteM.   Piuc .f-22 on le'i'ins  imuiely $2 ca.sli and it,2 pei month. Apply at Kontonay Mail.  I'dd'  t '  '���������'--��������� 1 m  t wi  > /v;B  , H  wfk  1  I'V^i  ���������- B  ���������;"/.W  ��������� i*7! %  1<V~H  mtif  ''-���������SM  m.Kfi" i  \ fl  mi ������������������<���������>"   1  H   fl  re  *-  '  i-^~,M  J     * .l-"^-*! >  ��������� fi  *���������> R  " \  ������  &  .4  on


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