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Array 1_  I  ' _.- i  y  .jw-r^"8'~*Tt>--tC*A  Vol.  5  -No. 23.  REVELSTOKE. WEST KOOTENAY,  B.C., SEPTEMBER 24. J  $2.00  Tear.  ���������LOCAL, MINING CAMPS  ITEMS OF NEWS FROM THE MINING  SECTIONS OF ��������� N. KOOTENAY1.  The, French Creek Company's "plant  and property--The clean-up expected to be0 satisfactory���������Trout  Lake outlook promising.  News from Ihe surrounding camps  is all" of?a character to indicate that  next season will he one of considerable  activity. The increasing price of silver gives a filip to the silver mining industry which it long has lacked aiid  the gold and copper bearing' ores and  auriferous gravels of Big Bend but  want capital and improved transportation to become world famous.  (*���������-    ,  H1G  BEXU.  '    From Mi. SkealV, engineci in charge  of the .French   ('rec_(] Ilydratilic  company's   operations   it   is learned Mhat  washing   commenced   on   August 'Jth  on'the Gold   Hill   channel   with   two,  giants of 6 and 7 inch nozzles, and   the  only'slop made'so far has been   to  put  up   a deriick   which  is  worked   by  a  Pelton   wheel  and  capable  of   lifting  boulder-*   of, live   tons*,   weight. " 'The  water is brought  from  Fiench   Creek"  ]2,0C'J feet away   with' a 300 feet   full,  '���������   head through a :-Ux4 foot iititne.    The  .   water" as  used  is   taken   from  a   side  flume and   pipe line and   about   2300  inches are  in   use.   ,The sluice  line  is  u  103 feet long'and  the'dump  of fairly  01 good height.   The boulders ^ncountor-  '. ed are  but of. average'size   and*;, the  ' gravel bank is 00 feet. high.    The  company's .-tuff has now   run  down   to   II  , men and as it. is short ha'nded 20  moie  men are wanted.'   The company   vva.nl  to rim day and night shift  from   now  till the end of the season.     '  Asked if the clean-up would be as  good as reported Mr. Skf.-il. replied it  was hard to say definitely but the indications were tint it -would be of a  sat(.-factory character; anil if it. turns  out as good as expected, said, he, the  conipanyniay very likely secure other  investinenta there of a, similar  character. Oil "the transportat ion  question Mi.'Skeaff's opinion was that  a. waggon road to .above the Ciinyim  and then a suitable steamer would  be the primaiy step, and if it would be  taken hold of on ;i commeicial basis it  would not want for the necessary  money he thought.  Several splendid satuples of the  copper ore in Standard Basin are being  prepared for exhibit at Spokane.  Mr. Maxwell, surveyor, has  made  sin vey of the Ophir placer ground.1  1) iMiiess on ;i liu-lues-like b,i-i.-; ami  the pi c.li.t!ii 1:t \ is that in->_! sea-oil  will see a numbei'nf lhe--e enterpri-ing  men of that e.-im'p come inlo'Big IJ.-nd  to develop pioprrties. Money of all  kinds. British, Canadian, Ameiican.  African is represented in' Boss],mil an.!  all propositions of meiit and'opportunity of money making will find it  l'Pady for invest meiit so it. is s.iid. It  can Hud a promising field in Big Bend.  OUR.FEDERAL i>I_LI3ER  to go Sepl. 27  limit   Ic;  TALKS INTERESTINGLY TO A- R0SS-  ' ' ' LAND PAPER ���������  Extend Its Scope.  The time ehei k evil is cropping out.  again on the Robson-Penl ictun r-o.-nj,  the railway contractors issuing time  checks at the end of t lie mouth, owhii-h  are not payable for another 2i) day--.  The effect of this as 'everyone <k;u>w*.,  is to compel (he men emplpyed upon  the work1' to have their time checks  scalped before they can get the money  which is due them.    If, might���������lia���������w-i-'ll  for the author of the Kellie,Truck Act  to look into t!i<! advisability of extending the scope* of: Unit act, with I e-ijject  to currency payments, so that it would  give protection t'o-r.-iilway navvies  whether the work in hand 'is more  than three miles from an incorporated  city or not.���������Nelson Tribune.  On 'representation--He, thinks next session will deal with the matter���������  In favor of organizing1 Kootenay  as a separate constituency.  A very interesting interview is that  of the liosdand Miner with Mr. Hewitt Bostoek, M. P., and published in a  leci-i.t i-'.-ue. It (piotes Mr. Bo-inrl: a*,  -av ing tliat he expect*- eou-idei-able ,-tt-  lention will be given redistribution'at.  tlie next session of the Dominion parliament^  which   will  , probably   com-  ,,nience in .January next: and in this  connection he expects that' the hToot-  ciiay-Yalc-Oariboo 'di-lricl. will receive  ,f������t"viiiMlili- consideration, lie *-.iid the  divi.-iou of the district,  meets with the  appiov.-d of the Ottawji adinini.-tratioh  f.:i e g ml!  i et urn Oct. 2 id.   ' <<  Kaiiiloops Sept, 23, 2!) and SO���������Single  fa11-good to go Sept. 27, 23 and 20,  limit, to return Oct. 2nd. >  Ashcroft, Oct. 4 and 5���������Single fare  good to go Oct.'S to 5, limit to return  Oct. 7th.  New Westminster, Oct. ,5 to ]'.i inclusive��������� Retui n fare from Revel-toke  $13.35 good to go Oct. 4 to 1), limit In  return Oct. lGth. '    . ,  Thos. More,  .   ' Acting Agent.  Revelstoke Station', Sept. 17.  AND STILL ANOTHER  A  ACCIDENT IN THE COLUMBIA'RIVER  WITH LOSS'OF LIFE. , '  and he would  do  his  utmost to secure  ' KL0NDYKE IN REVELSTOKE.  A Revelstoker Returns from the Frozen  ��������� -North and Tells'of It.  , Titoirr LAKE. ���������' -  Though times are said to be quiet in  the Trout Lake district it is a fact that  more development work is being done  this yeai than ever before; and on this  account and the results demonstrated  by this development work the prospects of the camp from a mining'point  of view were never better. The feeling is growing and becoming geneial  that inside a year a railway "boom"  will occtu' in the Trout Lake district  and then the public may prepare to  see a' camp that will astonish them.  The great dodies of ore in Trout L.-ike  are the common talk   of .-ill   Kootenay  "mining men a iid the prospect*- with  railway transportation are known to  bu as promising as those of any held,in  the   country.    The   Silver   Cup   ship-  ' tnents taken out at great cost have,  shewn what theie is in this district  and there are several other pioperties  equally good wailing a chance to come  into the shipping list.  Beaton   &   McCormick'a pack  train  are now; packing ore   from   the  Ethel  near   Trout Lake. City  to Thomson's'''  Landing.     This   property  will   likely  make regular shipments.  J. Q. McKinnon of Ferguson has returned from a Rossland visit.  Mesdames King and Le.valleol Ti out.  Lake Uity ate goii" on a Spokane Fair  trip, and Mr. Black is now'home, from  Cariboo.  Rossland and Big Bend.  From the numerous inquiries now-  being made about the Big Bend  country and its mineral resources,  especially from Rossland, which is undoubtedly the mining capital ;ind  speculative centre of Kootenay, there  is but little doubt that the prospects- of  that new country are cheerfully hi ight.  The Rossland camp, which is already  somewhat interested in Big Bend  propei ties, counts amongst its people  the cream i,if intelligent mining speculators and piarlical operator.*) gathered  from mining fields all over the world  and put clown together in this latest  and perhaps most' int cresting mining  camp of the age. Tliey are deeply  Interested'ill; the ore samples aiid  geological features of Big Beiid and.-  from what the Mail could 'learn on a  visit  there,  they arc  willing  to  do  'Seeing Mr. Win. Sargent, who last  year left for the Klondvke, in town  again, the Mail secured an interview about the northern wonderland  at, first hand..        ' ' '     ������  ��������� I,left Reyehstoki-, said   Mr.   Sargent,  in Snly '!)7 and  returned   here on Sepl-  ember 21st,,'OS.    I   outfitted   with   two  Westminster friends  in   Victoria  and  left, for the north  on   the ss. Bristol on  Atigust.l5th.   arriving  in Skagw.-iy on  ,the 20th.    We   landed  our out lit and  started out, oh   the   famous   Skagwnv  trail for Lake Bennett, a distance of 41  miles.     The trip, would you believe il,  took from August 20 till October 10th,  and we walked altokether in that, time'  -150 miles, half of which was done with  packs.   The  trail  was  in  such a state  that we  had   to , keep   moving   backwards'and forwards  with   om   mil fit.  On the'27th of August  the  committee  closed down   the  trail''and   I'neu   with  guns along the   route suspended travel  till it was cleared and improved.   They  took two out of every   thiee travellers  and put them to, work on the tiail.  On  September   1st   the    tiail   was   again  thrown open and thai day  UIjiJ  Inn sea  passed a given point,  all 'heading  one  way.   The crush   became so great ihat  horses   died   every   few   yaids,  t'ili in  October 3500 lay dead   on the I rail and'  horse feed w;is 75 cents per pound.  We  kept oui animals alive on oatmeal and  bannocks   and   reached   Bennett with  two out of eight',:     While crossing one  of the shallow lakes one of'our party,  George Adams,   was drowned, but we  reached Bennett after .-ill.    -  Thete we bought a passage  to Daw-  sou at $50 each, with two weeks'   keep  of the boatmen  added.     The  voyage  down the lakes and river was uneventful   till   Miles    canyon   was'  reached,  where we stopped   to   recoiioiti'c   and  view, tlie dreaded-White   Horse  rapids  for the first time. " They looked wild, I  tell you. hut seeing others  shoot them  we ventured-the   passage,    too.      We  went through  the  canyon   safely,   but  wisely lightened the  boat (she carried  ,3500   pounds   and   six   people)   before  tackling   tlie   rapids.    By   doing   this  and closely watching others  (we  were  all landsmen) we successfully made the  rapids, the four  miles of   canyon  and j  rapids having taken just four minute*., |  The next bad place was at 30-Mile<river"l  where the current is very swift,   but'  that,   Loo,   \ye   paused    safely.      Five ���������  Finger  and   Rink   rapids   were   both ;  gone through .-ill    right,   and   then we j  reached the Peily.   when'   is   situated i  the   historic   IIiuNons ��������� Bay post, Fort i  Selkirk.    We encountered   ice coming .  down the Pelly, and it  caused   us considerable   annoyance and  danger  remainder   of   the.   way,   a--  the flue-,  weie so thick that it was in,possible to  the organization of ,lhe Kootenay*.  as a separate constituency at the earliest possible moment. ���������  There   is   little   question   fiom   the  Kootenay point-uf view of   the justice  of instituting  a   readjustment   of the  federal representation of this province,  and the liberal  government in Ottawa  ( an baldly do a  more popul.w local act.'  than to deal with the   matter so  a's to  give   the   KooU-nay   districts a repre-  resenlative of  their own.    They have"  the' necessaiy - qualifications   of   population and area and,.5...-1  principal  industry is becoming-so  important as to  require   considerable' clos.i  attention.  The huire area  and   multifarious and  divergent interests of the constituency  now represented bv Mr.  Bostoek   ren-  ders it perfectly, impossible  for hint lo  .keep thoroughly in   touch  with it and  them, especially  as its pi ogress is acknowledged   to   be   travelling   ataie-  iiiarkablv rate.    It   is  hard  enough to  'make   the   cistern   mind'  undei stand  western wants and to properly impress  them on it  the  I (-presentation   should  be adjusted to  ihe  true   nece's-il i'es of  the case.    It will   hardly   be  disputed  that   the.   interests'of    Koolc-nay  ai'e  more justly entitled  to and requiie tin-  services of one,, representative ihan do  those   of    Victoria   city   need   two or  Vancouver Island three  meinber-yso a  readjustment,  may   reasonably   he expected to result  in  a more,  intelligent  repie.-enlation   of the   provincial   sit-'  nation .'til around.  ��������� The statement, in Tuesday's Colonist,  based on this  interview   with Mr. Bostoek, that, "there is-no juslriic.ition foi  any  alteration,  in   the   constituencies  next year," is perfectly' understood   in  Kootenay if that alteiation   would   result (yet .perhaps it would   nol)   in   Ihe  taking, away   of   a   Victoria city seat  and Ihe giving  of'it to the Kootenays;  but we in Kootenay  will   fight.-just as  bard for the  immediate   readjustment  as the Colonist may to delay it-  There,     is   every   excuse   from   the  Kootenay si midpoint for dealing wifh  the subject before the census  is  In Urn"  and at the '���������earliest possible  moment"  ���������is tiie accepted lime at which' to secure  it.    The more1 talk of gerrymander in  which the t.'oloni-t indulges the poorer  and   weaker  will  appeal   the  case .of  those who  oppose   what i- locally considered to' be a iiio-l   desirable and ui'-  ces-.iry reform.    It will locally he geu-  ei.illy hoped that Mr.   Bostock's views  are   spoken   with   aut hoi ity, and that  next session of the house of   commons  may see an   alteration   made  securing  to   Kootenay   full   recognition   of  ils  claims lo representation.  ->   BRITISH COLUMBIA HONORED.  Trades and Labor Congress  Elects a  B. C. Man for President. '��������� ������  ���������"   , i  The Dominion Trades and Labor  congress closed on Tuesday evening.  The following planks were adopted us  the Dominion platform: .   ���������  - Free compulsory education  and free  text books;  ,   Legal -working day of  eight hours  and six days a'week.,  Govei nuienfinspection of all industries.        , ��������� P  The abolition of the contract system  on all public work.        ' ,  A minimum^ living wage based on  local conditions.   '     '  ,  Public ownership j(.,f, Jill fi-ancliises,  such as railways,* telegraphs, waterworks', lighting, etc.  j Tax reform, by lessening taxation on  industry and ��������� increasing it on land  values.  Abolition "of the  Dominion   senate.  Exclusion of Chinese.  ,- The union label on .-ill   manufactured  goods and on all government, and   municipal supplies.   ,  Abolition of child labor by children  under 14, and the abolition of female  labii^i^anjhriuiehes of industrial life,  ���������sue I fas mines, workshops, factories,  etc.; when it is brought into dii;ect,  competition with manual labor.  'Abolition of property qualification  for public officers. ' '  Compulsory   .arbitration     of   labor*  disputes,    i        ,  Proportional electoral representation.        ' ' . i,    -  The prohibilionof the sale of prison  made goods and supplies.  The election of ollicers resulted' in  the election of- Mi. Ralph Smith, M.  P. P, as president, and the place selected for the next meeting was Montreal, Mr. James Wilks, the Rossland  deleg-ite, was elected vice-president  foi Biitish Columbia. The meeting  was the most successful held vet.  A life for a life���������The tragedy of last  week is supplemented this���������The  long list of the Columbia's victiir.s  is added to. '     <   ���������      "'  leporn  event  ii���������  ���������r,  The Militia Uniform.  It i- now le;lrned from C.ipt. T. E. L.  Taylor who returned Tuesday from  tiieco.isl that the new G. O C., Major-  General Mutton, has refused his  sanction Ui the uniform suggested for  the Biitish Columbia Rifles. Opinion  the , ii" divided as to the suitability of the  .-ugge.-ted uniform, some expressing  ali.-faction at its  non-acceptance  and  row, the oars never getting near the ' and others preferring it, to the stereo-  water at all. On October _Sth we ai- j t vped scarlet. To the lay IJ: itish mind  rived at the mouth of the Stewart find ' theie is a picturesqueness about "the  decided to stop there a clay on account i thin wd line"' which is further endejir-  of the ice. We tried the liver again ; '-d to it by honorable hi'-toiic a."soci-  on the. 2nth, and on the night of ihe \ ation and to it I he appearance of our  30th Dawson City, the Mecca of all ' soldier boys would piob.ibly he more  noithi'i'ii gold hunters, was reached. ] acceptable in'scai let and pipeclay than  I could tell you a lot about Dawson j. in the more civilian looking and com-  and the diggings, but I will not ties- . mon place brown with a Buffalo Bill  pass too much on your space this week ' felt hat, though whether it is as suit-  but will give you the ie-  for next issue.  Fall Millinery Opening,  It was a relief on Thursday  to leave  one's thoughts of the  weather at the  doorwilh   your   umbrella   and   enter  Ooursier's milliueiy   rooms, lighted up  with Jill the   latest   prelly   ;ind   comfortable  paraphernalia   which goes Io  make the ladies happy during the dull,  chilly autumn and long, dreary winter.  Here the   secrets   of   latest   eastern  fashions were let loose and everything  in pretty head dress  was tastefully ju-  rnnged for  Ihe convenient,  inspection  of the most   fastidious.(    There'were  Tyrolean felts trimmed  and   plain, iii  royal blue, light gray,   lawns,   browns  and ox-blood red, the  latter a veiy ap.  piopriate   color   for   fall   and winter;  feathers and   wings  in every style ;uid  color, plain, spangled,   stiff, curled and  loose, take a leading place,'with cock's  feathers a good second.    Ostrich feathers, as usual, have  prominence, .ind in  combination   with  bright flowers are  rich and effective.     Veilings and eh if.  fons in every color,   dotted   and plain.  Phiin, stiiped and  checked silks; dreys  goods   in checks,    raised ��������� figures   and  .plain, neat colois', with   gimp  and  fur  trimmings and jetoi naiuents.    Corded  velvets, silk dressing jackets  and   undei garments silk   skirts and  blouses.  Capes  and   cloaks  in  fur,   seal,  sable,  astrakhan   and   chinchilla.       Mantles  and coats ror women,  giils and  children;   fascinators   in   delicate   .shades.  Children's wear in all sizes and kinds.  Ladies who wish In   know   what  newest    and     prettiest    should  Coursier's display.  When will the long list of victims fo  the Columbia's cruel   cuuvnfs i-e;i>e :J  The terrible tragedy'of last, week when  three   men   were swept,.'away  in   the  whirling water's is sadly supplemented  this by ihe los-t of one of'the  men--  Samuel    Boutin���������who     figiiicil     conspicuously in the affair of Friday  la>t.  Me then   rescued   one   of   thoseo who  were ' ,'stniggling    with     the" sinuous  stream and as if filled with horrid  fate  at being depiived of its prey   it    now  wreaks a remorseles's revan^i- upon the  poor fellow who j-obbed   it  of 'anofhei  life." A life for a life   was  its cry  and  poor Boutin has paid the penally.   .lie  with J..Russell was going up the  river  in a   Peterborough  canoe   with  about  S00 lbs. of supplies  for  Buchanan's at  Carries  Creek, when   the' accident occurred which cost him  his  life.   They  had almost got to  Carues   Creek  on  Tuesday, being about  at.  China  Flat,  when, trying to  avoid   an. Vddy, that  occurs at )i oi'iint tliei-c, their  boat; got  swamped  and    precipitated     its    occupants   and  contents   with-stai tling  suddenness into  the" eddying  waters.  Russell   caught   the   painter   in-   the  Struggle underneath'.-iiid finally pulled  himself'with great exertion up to  the  canoe with   which   he   rose ' to   'the  surface just below the rim of the eddy.  lie was just, in lime to see Boutin   out  of his ieach" being'carried  up' stream  by the reverse   current,   but   he   was  poweiless tojielp hiin then as  lie   was  being carried down stream  as  rapidly  lis his comrade was carri"d   up and   to  try   and  swim   to  him   was  madness.  About, half a   mile   down   Ihe   canoe  struck in a logjam fiom which Russell  got ashore and hastened-back   lo   ijelp'  Boutin  if  he,could.   The   effort   wiis  vain, Boutin had gone! and  there   was  nothing to be seen but the usual'coiling  and curlingcurrent boisterously boiling  .-mo! breaking into endlesj eddies. Theie.  was nothing to do  for  Russell   but  to  return with   the   sad   hews   and', this  wilh a daring and nerve,   that  inspires  admiration even while remarking on its  rashness, he did   by  the   canoe  which  had so lately upset him -ind in which a  hole had to  be   mended   fiom  contact  with the log jam.  The only one near the scene of the  accident was George Kyio, coming  down the trail, lie heard Ihe sound  of pike poles on the rocks,and looking  oversaw the, two men in the canoe going up (and just Hearing ,the eddy.  They appeared to be all right and he  went on his way thinking nothing further of them I ill about  half a mile lower down he 'discovered  a box floating'down the river. This  he secured, and seeing it. was addressed  to Buchanan he concluded that an accident h.'id happened. He uil't J. Neil-  son just then and told him of the box  and asked him to tell Buchanan if the  inon in the canoe had not ai rived' to  look for iheni. Russell -himself  brought in the first news of (he affair.  Boutin's parents are living at, Ville  Marie, P. Q., and .they, wilh a brothei  in North Dakota, h.-ive been communicated with.   ,  fe\er,   jii-.,?m]    in, i,.wo   TiK-ij-i'v   ;),.  -iimjiiii'c.l by ids s.'ve.j  who had   g-me  to   ;itiise   him.     Mr.    ,Savag<  fftycr cases numerous in CV.inbiiMii.  Tiio Rev. C. F. G.-igef, D. D���������   Dean  of Iowa,   will   preach   in   St.    Petei's  cli ui eh    tomorrow   morning  aiid  niiig. ���������    '  For, all tho latest novels liook  travel'and adventure, , go \<~{i  Ciii'li.*,, The Druggist,"Taylor Block,   o  F. Fruser,,J. P., left Friday to  swear in the deputy leluniing officers  who will lake, the prohibition plebiscite. ,  Mr. J D. Graham will fake your  samples fiee fur exhibit, to Spokaiie if  voir will send them, to him propeilv  labelled.'' .    ' . ; ���������*  Ite.uitt Bostoek went through going  west on Sunday. lie was hurridlv  called home by' wind of sickness in  his family.  Maurice A.   Bucke.   of   Ka*-lo,   has'    -  been appointed   consult ing engineer to  the Wavorley companies.      Mr. Bucke    '  is also   engineer ,������or   the. - Sloean Star.  T. J. Lendruin, of the , Kootemiy  ���������Smelling Co.'s ' townsite, left town  Mouchiy. He. reports a largo number  of   sales ,of   his 'company's   property.'   '  Finest chocolates   anil   bon-bons iin ,  boxes and  loose���������G.   F.0 Curtis,' The  Druggist, Taylor Block.   ,"     '   ',     o   .  J. KoriiJighiin and bis carpenter  party left Monday for'Albert Canycin  and the. Waverle.y to, put up the concentrator and other buildings there.  '       "'  The Presbytery  of Kamloops which  met'at Nelson last' week had a very  successful meet ing.' It forum-dad $50  to the   New   West mister   relief fund.  , ���������  Archdeacon McKay, of Donald,  has ii good claim on Hunker creek in  the Klondyl-e for which hi: was oflered  85000 before a tap was' rluneou.it.  'For latest styles in stationery and  otlice supplies go to G. F. Curtis, ,The ' ,  Druggist, Taylor Clock. , .  o-   ��������� '   '  "W. Ncilson,  M.P.P.,   was'in   town  this week.  , lie   s.-iys   tho   season.- has    '  been a very  busy   one.  with   his < com-  'p;iny.   , At  one   time, they   employed  700 men.     ' ������ ��������� _���������'���������  James Wilks,   vice-president  Of the  Dominion   Federation of  Labor for B.  C, returned from Winnipeg yesterday  afternoon and, left   for   Rossland   tliis'  <> .  morning. '     . . .  Col."  Ansty,   chairman of the AVav-'  orle.y    Mine   Ltd.   came   up   from the  south Tuesday.     He   will   probably go   (������*���������  up to the mine again   and   then   leave  for Dngland. <  The tliiink-ijfTering lo   the  domestic  and    foreign    mission    board   of    the   i  Anglican   church    in   Canada   is   this  year to be devoted  to Chinese  mission  work in JJ. C. ' ]���������  Messrs. T.'E/L.   and   F.'Taylor   returned Thursday  morning  from  Van-  '  Oliver.    They weirs   umihle   to   enjoy  lhe lrip owing   to   the   inclemency   of  the weather. ��������� . ' ������  Mr. Robert Gorcon  has bought two   ��������� <  lots  on.Second   street,    opposite   the  boarding   house,    and    will    put up a  largo and  weil   fitted    plumbing   and  blacksmith shop there.  Harvest Home.  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  IH  see  I'respas.ser,"  Jacobite,"  Now   books:���������"The,   '  Gilbert   Parker,   "Tlie  Harry    Lindsay,     and      "Rupert  Hentzau," by Anthony Hope,   at  Canada Drug it limi/c Co  St;it ion, B. C.  of  the  Revelstoke  o  The services in the Methodist church  will be of unusual interi-st to-morrow.  A Harvvst Home Th.-iekotfering is lo  he taken, and senium*: by the pastor  and music; by the choir will all pai t;ike  of the Thanksgiving diameter. On  M Jiiday evening tin.. Ladies Aid vi'.jll  entertain the ifiemhcrs of the congregation to a social lea. ������������������'.  . of my story ' able as the latter is an   open   question.  Hon. Joseph Martin, attornev-gen-  cral in the Seiiilin government, passed  through Revelstoke Monday morning.  He wis (in his way to Ottawa and  Quebec, and at'." the' latter place will i  bring to the attention-, of the' British-  Canadian commissioners certain liiat  ters in which British Columbia is interested. ������������������ He will return in about  twcnviJeka or less. \  REDUCED RATES  For Fall Fairs���������Splendid Reduction to  New Westminster.  Epitoh 'Kootenay Mail:  Dear   Sir,���������Will "you    kindly  notice in. your paper'of reduced  over C. P. K.  to  the  following  cultural exhibitions.  Venum, Sept. 23th and 30tli-  give  i/a I es  agri-  Managing Diiector Wilkio and Local Manager I Learn, of the Imperial  Bank, arrived back from their down  river trip Sunday. Mr. Wilkie was  veiy much interested in the. progress  of the country, and oven more so with  Revelstoke.  The Hairy Lindley Co. will open a  two days engagement in Tapping's  theatre mi Monday, 'with the staging  for the. first time in ���������Revelstoke of the  comedy dranui "Friends.'"- Seats for  sale, at'Wells'. Post Office Store and at  the Canada Drug ct,  Book   Co. ''..Pop-  Mrs. YC. FJ. Nicholson left for the  cist Tuesday on an extended visit.  Dr. and Mrs. K. H. S. McLean at-  ,rived from   the   cist   hist   Wednesday  Lord Brassey and paitv went  through   on No. I Monday   afternoon.  TYetnie.r Seinlin was given a hi"  "seiid-off" at Ashcroft   Monday ni'dit.  The Dominion Express Co. will  carry free any goods foi Westminster  city relief.  W. Downie, C.tJ.R.   superintendent j "���������'������������������' '* ���������  nt   Vancouver,   passed   through   Tuc.v  d.ay morning.  Dr. Wiidc lias been appointed surgeon nt the. Pro.vincial Home, vice Dr.  Furrer, dismissed.  A new lot of mens, youths, and  boys suits in pretty patterns at low  prices at Coursier's. <���������  The two Macs did not forget their  Revelstoke fi iends as many who ate  duck this woek know.  All the latest, in ladies lints, capos,  mantles and dress goods now on display at Coursier's. o  MINISTER OF MINES REPORT.  Something Should Be Done, to Include  This Section This Year.  An invitation to the Kootenay  Hi lies lo visit Spokane has been issued by the Fruit   .Fair   management.  Geo. ������������������ J.������������������'., Atl'inn,   of    the   Fiencfr  Creek Hydraulic Co.,   returned yester.  day to   Revelstoke   from his trip east-  ,   W. Savage, customs officer at Cnin  bi'o'jl:,   vvjiy   his   bfiCU  ill    '."i'-h    t  It is Mill fresh in ihe' i -'collection   of  Revelstoke people thai   through   some  misunderstanding    the     minister     of  mine,., report,,ft,,-j,-,st year did   not  include any  detailed  description  of the  propei lies or progress  of  ihi,  part of  the district, of  West   Kootenay.    It, is.  of little  use  perhaps  t(l  inquire now-  why this was not done, die thing to do  o m-c  tli.it   it does  not  occur  tlii-year also.    Tiie i emissness of hist  year should be atoned for this year  by  Ihe best repoi t to be had and   a  movement   should   In,-   made   at    once    to  secure   il.        In   the   opinion    ���������f    tj,-s  paper the proper thing to (j��������� would   be  to secure the s,.|vices of the   ���������ew j���������.0.  viucial iiiineialogi-t who  is   now  completing hi- examination of North-Eust  Kootenav.     If ht.   j.,  f,-,.,,  0f  engagements application  to the  niinisti'i- of  mines  would   probably   i-e-ult   in   his  being sent in here.    Owing to the jiUe.  i.e-s   of    the ,|seaso;i     |J(.    <j.)U\d     ���������ot  pei-hiips examine as much or sis closely  asciiuld be di-.-ired but a   report from  him   say,   on   Big   Bend   and   Albeit  Canyon camps would he invaluable   to  this section  of country at  this time.  It is a great pity the idea has not been  taken  up by the energetic Board   of  Trade council,  but   now   that  .it- has  been mooted it will he hoped that they  til'j j .i:L ".In. ,:.,r.i.'.: ..i.-������Vw;I'.u!y 'PAGE ���������>.  THE KOOTENAYMAIL.  }-l'Hl.!HlM:i������ KVEltY SATUitllAY  KEVEI-STOKE, B.C.,  ' ��������� 1(Y   AT KIN'S ,-c I'Arvlt'UKl.L.'      ,  ' Pi l.l.lrlllllJs .-.NO  J'l-OI'ItliyiOi'S.  S__3oriptioa   Price,    S2.C0   Per   Annum  ZC-' sTi'.H'H.V  JN   AllV.VXCi: '_*  ADVERTISING RATES.  *-n\-T���������' VT   \I > VEl'.TIHltt'l EN"."**, in-erlcd al  , 1 ��������������� ��������� U~- <>1 M.--0 jut column iucli per month.  <     1rVliwlo' sivrolamn iiicl.w. or over tl  nidi eei' an  until.  ;'c';M!o.iul,'^!'^^''lM0'1.12 1i.^lo ll.i  ,J'0-,rtio..:   ,mk''V'.'a.tn.cU'll   for bv lire 1(0  lOBrnl VTINvi of rvui-y Kind at io<"*l reason-  -il/.c i-.ilc.uii'. sliorle-l "I'tivo.  \c/-ui:vi's r..������,.|..i. in-iiiiiii-! -������������������' i.< vfrtiMms  v i\'.ilil('f 11 llii'lirsl ul i'Vi'1-.v uioiJlli.  Pd,1'..'.'-*I'iiN 1 KNl'iO "ii ail milt lei's of local  siilerhl .Ail coJiiuionu-.itscui*, lo iln- '���������J-"1  m -1 ������������������.���������(eiiil..im<'d bv tie iii'.me of tin  wlitl-.'!.;..M.-w������*'i-n> rm-iurblkMil..... bin  jii-iuicviilcliircif ������oi������lf.iio>.  A-bh'i- i - '���������,,.,'  '.      TllK  KlJOTKNAY   JlAlb.  Revelstoke, 1J.C.  The 'Union  T.iu vvi.i-1 1   iiver rli'iiKi*.  liir ii'v'i-ly. jiiiliec. -ni'l  ���������     luim.iiiil.v.       'I'lie     i,!j-  'lii-inl or'   Ibo Mail  Jul).  ' linuiii sUuk!s tor '���������  The Best 'Printing  ������������������  ��������� in Mif interior.    Pi-iu-"  iii-uliiiV, ipialily of stock  a      aiul vvui'k ciiiishIl'J'ccI.  KOOTENAY MAIL'  JOB ROOM, .  -Revelstoke,   W.   C.  /s"^fK>*^,f*Sr.*'-^J  'RKVIOLSTOKiO, iAlil'T. 2!,  ISO,-1. -  ��������� "Tin: di-eisiou of the I/ilim-  CongiPss  ��������� . . . ������������������j  i 1 favor of legislating one clays test in  ,   .smoii   in   tlie   metalliferous   mints, of  P,riti-h Columbia is a,   matter  'worthy  . oC'considri alioii by our, local .legr-  lituie. i-.v almost every r.ulci cue  d.i\s lost i.i the seven is uecessaiy to  best results in most kinds ol" labor.  AM  .vork and 110 play simply but, fully  ' decl'.ues its lesult to be a "dull boy,''  a nl dullness i- u-elessness vvliet.hu  a uilied to iiienlal 01 |ili\ si_.il labor."  Tae only question about the lesoluti^ii  is the wisdom of asking legislative 011-  ���������f.-ii-ceiiient. 11 would be so much  11 jei'and   lieller   if   people,   would   c'o  ., ijiings lieuelici.il to themselves even,  volunlaiily instead of by force or act  of pai liamciil. Vmi niu-l shout to  the. rle.d", however, lead the blind, and  oirrythe cii|>|iled,' and so it would  '���������Appear that if iuierfeivi.ci is neces-sary  t> liuniaii happiness Unit after all it is  better to interfere.  Tin: I'ominion Trade- and Labor  'Connies*: -has te-olved to urge the  Domiiiidii(''overnniprit to incKMse the  1i.miI tax upon, Chinese iiiniiigrunts  ft0111 ���������>")() lo'-r'T-i. The it'solutini^ of-  cfeied is we.ik. It the' object is to  exciiidoChiiiaiiiC'iet he increase suggf-st-  ' e ! is entiielv iii-uliicienl; if the object  is."sim]i!v to i.use a lev on lie it is  uiije.*t." -It -hoidd be one thing or ihe,  oilier aei-oniing to- the .Mails view,.  Ta.s the almond eved -liaiigei >-o ' high  a 10 keep hi.e out aliogeihei 01 tax  h :u n:t at all. T!ii- nuking n le.venue  f .1:11 a eoiuivti'ioii lh;d iiijures our  own v.r'i'e l.dini m."kei dm s not'.sec m  l.i.eiigl'.i fioi'u ,iiiv jjoinl of view.  I'I;'in-/ the ������������������ 'I,in.no .'u should be hi  lovvi- ! ..: In -.l|i.uldi.*l : either the i:i.\  j, , 1 _,'ii (.i  |i i n'l.     ! r\ it   i-   1 igh!    to  t IV   him  - .���������������<' It   l������ .-iMi-lllv   1.ghl    to    1 .in  |���������j,,, -.;.(,'1 Tli" ('iii.gic-- lesolutioii  (f.���������-- iiol lie el evpeelal io'is, on t}*i-_  lii.v\ vol v \ ll.'l in 'I t.-i Pi l!i ili-h Colli 1 '.),.!, ' In n sh-.l I I :me peih IpS it  ,,,... mi,.,.-.: ,.'i C.ind.i- , then, like  o-i,er in il lei -. \i-hi ii it afl'c-cN I he  1, .1, ,),..; ,i, it ilofs I he vveslei uer it,  1   v. :ii  1 .-'-.���������in ;.. i.e " '-el' 1 -'ood. '  In.-;'iii; ..il .Iw- Culoiu-i eiiii.oii.il*,  in vvl.i. ii. .niiungst oilier teniblc  t'liug-. this piovin'.e vv,iJ dipieted  b-i-vlin-. along' mirier foil- S.il foi  S ,l.i!i A 0.el '.'a. 1 eing anxious to  f.in.sp nil il-eif into a lepublic: of  t'l.il count iv br-aii-e i.f tiie. tv Minions  c 1 iduet.of the beiit'-ii mi gou-iuor in  r 1. -111 i - -: 11 -g its pat ions, th ��������� elee'iorr of  t'ir-    i.e".'    g'lveinmciii    iiiini-l'is   has  lr ell   III..'Ie bv    ,'iei-!aillJllion.       N 1 (I wit II  -.l.iiniii.g" i's !o :diy  rspie���������ed   loiuern  of the d inge'r   (lone    lo   r:Oii-litiiliiiual  g .veinii.eul   it  -eek- its shell of silence  01,     lioniinatiiiii',   diiy      and.     allows  ���������in'iiiisteis, to   be.   ret unied   unopposed.  sjuivlv, if the. Colonist and its ' piitrons  Weie-siiicci'i! in their eciisure,   if  their  ���������eo'M.stitulio'ii'il c(.iiicerii was-as  deep .as  i-L'v.'ii-i loud they would not  allow 'the  government that rephiced the one  dismissed by an act of injustice so  they said, to be endorsed by public  opinion without ��������� an attempt to  vindicate their cause by an obdu--  r.ite opposition. We are inclined to  think the average 'man will come to  the not, unreasonable conclusion from  the facts of the matter that the  Colonist's screaming censures were  meifi make believe,,or that Turnerisiu  is so dead from the shaking up it got  that it dare, not leave its case in the  hands of the people. A case that cannot be left to the people's hands, to  the great sense of fair play that they  always'n-ay be relied upon to show,  may be pronounced hopeless and  trivial.        . '  .    COPPER CONNECTION  Between   Vancouver    and   Montreal  Completed.  The stringing"of the large copper  wire by the C. P. R. Telegraph Co.  between Montreal and Vancouver  is finished, the connection being made  between ReveNtoke and Donald Tuesday of last. week. The C. P. R. now  has six- wires running from Vancouver  to tlie east, as well as local wirea to  Kaiiiloop.-V   ltevelstoke,'    Donald   and  Rossland. ,    . ,  i. m m  ''   Longer Hours.  Thursday of last week a regulation  promulgated by Attorney-General  .Martin and approved' by the council  came into effect. It extends the hours  during which officials will be required  to lie in their ohices. j Hereafter the of-'  hoe horns of all officials and employes  of the,, government'offices,   including  'officials aiul employes' of the supreme  and county courts and registry offices,  'will be from Oi11.111. to 12.30 p.m., and  from 1.80 to 5 p.m. Tlie offices will,  however, be closed to the'public from  L2.:i0 to l.:������),:ind after A ('/clock. On  Saturdays the hours ' will be from 0 a.  111. to 1 p.m.     l  The Plebiscite Vote.  Severid, communications have been  addressed to the secretary of slate inquiring whether taverns and , other  places where liquor is sold should be  closed on .September 29. The secretary  of state has given it as his opinion that  all'sectibns of the Dominion elections  act,relating to the, closing of taverns  and all places where liquor is sold, to  bribery, treating, 1 lie rase of' violance,  hii ing of cabs or vehicles, personation,  and .-ill oilier'corrupt ptacticee, apply  to the taking of the vote" on' tin*  plebiscite and that al! persons offending in these particulars are liable to  the penalties prescribed in the elections  act, and that names of persons who  have been bribed, 01 who have voted  under corrupt' influences, would be  struck off, if .evidence of the tact, was  furnished on appeal to a ^judicial  tribunal.  The New Judge.  Mr. Aicher Martin, harri-*ter, of Victoria, H. C, has been appointed ipui-ne  judgeof the supreme'com t, of British  Columbia, in the place of Mr. Justice  Ml-CoII,.elevated, lo, the chief justiceship.  Mi. Justice Martin is the second no 11 j  of Edward Mm tin. "Q. C of Hamilton, J  Out. ��������� He  was  born   in   ]S_o', .and wa? -  educated   at  Trinity    college   school, j  PoitHope.  and   at   (Jhent,   Belgium.!  He went'tcj, Winnipeg  in lSs_and was j  called to the liar of .Manitoba  in   1SS7. I  In the, end  of 1S03  he  left Winnipeg, |  going to Victoria.   whei*e   he.   had   vU- j  ited in LSS7.    In bSW he was appointed \  counsel for the Dominion government, \  and agent  for  the   minister  of'justice ]  ,-u Vietoi ia. mid foinied   his  late part-j  n.'i.-hip with W. H. Langh-y in the be- I  ginning of J.W.      Mr.   Martin   is   the;  great-grandson   of     Hicliard     Martin, j  M.P.. of Ballinahinch   ('astle, fj-ilvvny   j  Ii-el.ind,'who represented   (hat eountv |  (or many years and achieved celebrity |  in obtaining the   pa usage  of "Martin"?  Act" for  the  prevention   of cruelly to  anim.-tl*>, and id-o  infroditced .Mieasitreh  fur Ihe abolilion.of th"  d������-iith penally  fur foigeiy, .mil   for  the  allowance of  ciiiusel   for prisoner.--,'   refoi-uiH  which  rtivms si i.'iuge lo   mention   now.     The  II "\V   judge Inn (he fli-tillct ion of  being I  the fir-t  member  of   the   Itritish   ("ol- j  umhia bar to \vi it������������������  a   I'-loiI   work,   his i  book   on   "The   Land   'Pennies   of   the I  Hudson- Hay Company,"  having been |  rereillly   puhlislu-d     in     London   and j  highly 1'-viewed   by   the .critics.     Tiie!  Hon.   Justice   living    and   the   Hon.  Justice   Mail in   are   fellow-lownsmen  and "old boys" of Ihe same bcIiooI.  until a month ago in power in British  Columbia. , As' everybody in this province is well aware, the hite government and its predecessors were not  only, extravagant but wantonly wasteful; their management of the civil  service was little else than a scandal.  Multiplication and addition were the  rules under which they worked; positions were created for favorite:?,  friends and supporters. All this is too'  .well known now to require more than  a passing mention. When the new  government took up their duties they  found the civil list called for their  most sei ions attention, and they put  off no time in going through'' it carefully with a view to reduction of the  extremely heavy expenditures for this  service. Of course it did not take  them long to find the civil service bequeathed to them by the Turner government was not such as a wise and  judiciously economical government  could approve. , Where it was evident  work-, was being done that was not  necessary, .-ind positions existed which  had no good re;ison for their existence,  that work w7is immediately stopped  and those positions were iniinediately  aholished. That work will not, be resinned; those positions will not be  again created under the present government. The outcry of the chief organ of Tiirnerisin is quite- unwarranted  by the circumstances. We believe the  new appointments in the civil service  'will be very few, for the reason that  the government . are cutting * down  over-expenditures, not emptying positions to till them again, or abolishing  one position to make" another. The  whole'.workiiig sUlf is to be reduced  to reasonable limits, and the fat billets  and sinecures done away with. It may  suit thh Colonist's purpose to devote a  long leading article to this subject, but  as it'consisls only of a string of flatulent absurdities it. cannot possibly do  any harm or good to anybody.���������Times.  Labor Day..  Labor day wn* first proposed May S,  ISS2, and first observed Sept.'.") of the  same year in New York,city. The  U. S. congress passed the law making  Labor day a legal holiday for the  territories and the District of Columbia, June 28. 1S91. The pen with which  the president signed ihe " national  Labor day Taw" was at the time .presented to the president of the American  Federation of Labor. Organized labor  of Europe adopted a Labor day at the  suggestion of the-American Federation  of Labor. ,lt, is May 1. It- is usually  observed the .Sunday nearest, or in the  eveningof that, day. The first, Monday in .September was dci-hued an  annual holiday in Canada Several  years ago. , ,    '  !?."55.00 will buy a fiist-class, new  sewing machine- at R. JLowsun Co.'s. -'--  Safe for sale cheap, good as new,���������  Chus. S. Stevens, Kamloops. o-  Certificate, of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Sunset Mincial Claim, situate in tin1 Lanten'i  MiniiiKlliv i-iioiiof W'o-t. Kootuiuiy District..  near Hie head of Ninu-Jlili- or  tic-oil Creek,  on the west i-irte of l'"i-h Creek.  mAlvlS NOTK'K Ui.it 1, ft. J). Swill. Free  L Jliner'rt Cei-tillcnte Nn. 4i:iii<, iiiu-nil sixty  d.ivs from ilnrc hereof lo apply lo Hie Mining  Ite'conler for 11 C'erlitie.ito of laipnivenieiits lor  the purpose of obtaining 11 Crown Grant of Iho  above claim'. And Inrtlier lake  "VTOTICK that'action under Seel ion 37 must  1> he commenced before' the i*:v.iaii<'o of  sueii Cerliheate of Improvement.-..  Hated this 7th day of September, 1S93.  SiK'ni   ' ' '  Every .day a bargain day.  Buy Shoes when you need them.  No need for waiting till a " bargain "  day to buy them at a fair price if- you  wear "SlaterShoes.','     '     "'  Always pnriie pnee ��������� proportion of  leather, work-inanbhip and profit, uniform 3-ear in, year out.   ��������� . -      *  No premiums to pay���������no cut prices to  ���������wnit for, only steady, dependable'  money's worth,straight and above board,  guaranteed by the makers. Goocb/ear  welted. Name and price, '������3.50, ������4.50  aud i?5.5o per pair stamped on sole.  _.-,,,  "The Slater Shoe."  ��������� i'  m������MSMM^MM  H. N. Ooursier, Sole Agent for Revelstoke.  The Ciyil Service.  At pre-ielit the civil service is fUll--*-  ing a gieat deal of very uncivil vvrit-  m_. and we might add, mischievously  misleading and nonsensical writing.  The dismissal of government official-*  is not a phnsfiiit -iiibjeet to dejil with;  il, is far from a pleasant thing for the  new goverrimci.it to do;- but it cannot  be marie l.oo wirle.ly known that, the re-'  cetitdisiniHSijIs have nothing whatever  to do wilh the en uses alleged by, the  Golotiisl,. Let us briefly explain. For  fifteen years the form of government  known now 11a Tui-iiei-isiu, lias been  The Kootenay  The Kootenay .Smelting it Trading Syndicate is now  offering some of tho  The Finest Lots  For business and residential purposes  in the (own of  Revelstoke  The only,town in the Kootenay   when;   the   value of,  real <���������**'Jit0 iiai w.vrr d'-pieci.itcd.  For the next two weeks special pi ices and terms will  be offered to piiicha-ieis of loin on Mackenzie  Avenue for neiidential purposes. This line  ������������������licet,, SO feet wide, is now being giadcil by the  ciiiip'Oiv and i- the best sit'.- for residences' on  tlie town-iiH.  HoieKtokf one of th'; most solid, progiessive and  prosperous town in West Koolenay, and its  real (���������.stilt's is .1 ;r;ood iiive-dmiMit-    I'ecaus';  [Prices iwe rcnsor^ihlc.  ^cr/o.s ?u*e cns.v  X)eedsfire executed Ll>c dny  pirst pnyrocot i������ riKidc.  For ful i   iiiformailon   apply   irr ji'-i son'or bv lelterlo  o     HAIG & CRAGE,  \<cs,'u\cjM Agents, kt:vclsiokc Ii".   C,  or u������  t].j. lendrum,........  Attorney in   Kact,  AinHworih,  ,B.  C.    . ���������  ���������yr   pi  dr   1  ��������� its, C !  Purify your surroundings with -  '   Copperas, Carbolic Acid,   and   other   disin-  1   fectants,' always kept on hand.  THE   CANADA  DRUG   and  BOOK ,C0!Y^ss_^>.  ENTRAL HOTEL  AliRAJLA^ISON BRUH., Phoimiiistoiis.  First-class Tcible   ���������,  Good Beds   >  Fire-proof Safe  Telephone   ���������*>   'Bus Meet's ail Trains  HEVELSTOKE,      B.O-.  ''  -a/Si  "WILSOW,  lereliaiit Tailor, Clothier and General Outfitter,  BBVBiSTOKB STATION, B. 0.     .  Fall   and   winter   suitings,   Overcoating's.    "   Good   stock   and  stylish make.   ,    Order niacles and ready mades." -      '  '  . ���������     S_E_]_E_3   __?_E3:_Ei]  g'oods.  <__ "  HOTEL  AIJHAIIAAISON   I)]10S., Pkopiiiktohs.  , Everything- new and First--class in all Respects.  The House is stocked with tho Finest Wines and Cigars in tlie Market  TEOTJT   I__A._E_3_B   CXTIT    _B.O.  J. AIJ3BUT STONE, Phoimuktoh.  The .Dining1 Room is ftarnished with the best the  Market affords,  THSj BAR IS SUPPLIED WITH THE CHOICEST  WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,  ���������ont St., 'Revelstoke,  ���������  GUS. LUND,       -'       -       "-'   -���������-        PROPRIETOR.  Best 81 a day house in town.. .  \White labour only  The'bar is'supplied with the best brands of wines,   liquors  and  Cigars. . - ��������� '.' ���������    '  ' '     ��������� J. V. PERKS, Manager.  The Quaker" Bath Cabinet  Chas. J. Anian,  Sole Aki-iiI IIh-oiiijIiijIiI Kooloiiliy  c I'iii- Hit' KilliKilli  Qnakep: Bath: Cabinet  r  I   IV. M. LA WHENCE  The Fruit Season  Is beginning and everything in theMiiarket "fresh  and SDtind   may be had of  Hutchison & Go.  From St., Revelstoke.  PEOPLli INTHNDING TO BUILD  Slii-iii'l i-u l.cluliki; iii-oi-. IjofOJ'O IcLliliff  conti.'u I. All vv.ifjt dune ill (l vvork-  111; 111 ] 1V.< i11.11111r.1-. IC-f uiiiitc*. ifivcn .'ind  jiIiiij'k lin'p-trt'f! oil *lioJ*t iioticlv  Lembke Bros.,  Contraoiors   n.nd   Eaildors, 1  1    ...*:  .  ���������   ,  , "'      --: '--li  Mr.ST ST., JtEVELSTOKE STATION..  Grurney's Souvenir  Stoves .  Hentin-s'   niitJ ��������� Cuokiiifj.  Furnaces  Put in aiifJ all work gunr-  niH('(;(J.        EstiinatCH   given.  Stove Pipes  Our own ii.'iIcr; anti-swearing briiiul; Go tu^ether with  physic ui arifi infiiital ease.  Try tlxsiii.    Buy thrin.  W. M. LA WREMCE  Hnrrlvvni-c nilrl Tllisniithiiig,  Ravohlokn Station,    -    Ji, G.  R. H. TRUEMAN  & CO.,  PHOTOGRAPHERS,  Vancouver, ��������� . ��������� . &>Q  ��������� As in tho pnst 8 ycaiM wo will cont.itiup to  inako HcvclBtoko one of our principal cnllintf  point?. Look ovit for our arrival notices and  secure good work. O. J. Anian Ih agent for out  e.t'.H.oridgeiiororb.C.vicwR, J-2������t  11  (1 TIIE KOOTEXAY MAIL  P_\GE :3  D   OTTAWA  TI7TTI7P '  A WEEKLY'BUDGET  OF POLITICAL  AND GENERAL KEWS.   '  Canada's financial 'showing -- Here  figures from ,finance' minister���������  Large' expenditures bat no extravagance --Aberdeen's farewell.  ��������� Ottawa? Si-pt. 17.--Tiii-io have Ik-i-ii  sevpi-jil p.n-ti.-il and ii.i-riinplcU* M-iic-  ms-nts alic.uly j>'.;hli-he<l ol' Ih", fi-t-al  yi'.u-vvlik-h (jnd.*il on June :X)l li I.i*-t,  "bill tliu t-ciiii|*1 _.*l������-* lcliii-ris have nnly  ;|ii-l lu'i'ii' made public-. Tin- pi-"-  )iiiii!iary'iii<lic;iti;-ns vv (.'���������:���������;* all f.ivnialiL-  .-ind thi*ic was every jii-unii-iij of a  s.-iti.-f.ti.-toi-y .-linvvinjr, but tin.' nwM  ho'iel'iil -"t-.u-fi'lv- ,-iiilirip.iU'd llial llu-  '(inal i-t'lurii- would *-hovv tin* -pli'iuliil  bui-plu*- of $1,57.j,������S1. Ai'U-r tlif luiif?  Bern's 'of li-.m yi-.ir-, with llu'ii- annually l-ccui riii;;' deficits/arid tfimvinj;  ilelit. nn thi'<i!ic-i.lc, and in> JHiji.' '(-f  'ndicf or-siffii nf fOsiim-TC-i.il t-I.i-t]<-it y  nn tin-other, tlrr*- is iiuU���������d an rrjfii-c-  ah!e change, oxci'l't, it in-iy h.-, !o Hid  apostles of drr-o (li.-a-tcr and Hue ruin,  and to tho-e who lieiieved in their  pi ediet ions.  PIGUHES  WilKTH   PLAN'OfN'U Ov'Kn.  Figures .-ire provi-r-b-i.illy dry and un-  in'.eresti.r.';, Imt -r.cli figure-* as, (Into  contained in Canada'- '1mI.uk e she el/  for ' 1 S'JT-f'S should mii-'-Iv jirovi.- jj-ocd,  i-eadin-; to every one who ha- the l>e*.t  in:ere*,t of hi- country limn'-lly at  heart. D.nintf iho previou- four,yeai-*-,  the lU'fieits ha 1 tul.-iib-d nea.ily tfil,_."������),-  0)) hut, when the pi-e-e'nl miuisler of  fin i.iiff'l'i-'.'i-riii- dowii hi.- lii'-.-i .-ii:i_-  ni-nt a year airo, -bowing only a $.V>)IJ,-  OOU (h-liiit, alter he lilid paid up  hundred*- of I huii-.ind- of drill.ir-s. of  ili-i-eai-* in ne.ii !y every bi-.uu!) of ihe  geiu'ice, and in j-pih; iif Mr. Fostei-'b  pm-ihi-i-y 'thai the new ^ovei-nnient.  canld not. po.s-ilily gel ihrou-^h' their  flru-ye.ir without ;i defh-'.t of al b'.is-t  t $3,_-*>0.(WO, it. w.u* a foi-eia-ie of the ini-  pr.ived iie-thod*. that- hid biv:i intro-  du;.-ed ; and ihi-,' the' sel'-on.h yen'.*,  riinnd-np. more than 'in-tili.--* Ihe h-ipr--  ful condition wl-.ich vv.i.-tiien bi-yi.-rsiing  to Miauii'eM. it-eil.  A   SuCOESSFCL  PRv.i'IiKr.  Aaa prophet, Mr. PrVldip/i* a 1 if,vr  Mijc-esa than hi.- 'prcdtve.-xir In the  (in nice d-'p.-irliiient, for while - Mr.  Fo*tei''.- pivuu-tioii- "havt- all Icon  fa'-uficd, ii very one of Mr-.' Fa-Miiif-,'-)  estimate*; h,-iv������" heen uini-e linn  ivaliKi'd., Six inu'ii'li*. n^o in making  his bu.lg'-l .-jieec'.i, in.; 'inaii-lcr ol  ii nance anticipated ;i n veu'iiii of foO,-  1,100,000: thiiM-eturn- --how that, il b  {jUll,_7.vUl. mi increase of neatly $_,-'  500,OiW over the pi-evio-.'i'* year. The  oxpenditip-e on tho consolidated fund  jicicounl. wa- e.-tiuiated liy ihe Mini-tei-  lit. $33,750,000, h-.il il i-* $30,000 lc-,s and  lustond of $.")50,00'0 which ho anlii-i-  pnteii as his -urplus hi-l April he hns.  over' S1,500,C00.  A' rolN'T TO US ll_.VEJj'B_R_0.  So much ha- been said about the  increase of expenditure, since the  acces-ion of the Lii)������i;al.-, to .power,  thai il is win th vv hile to call alleiilion  here to one other point  vvnien  cannot  .he too strongly' einphiiM.ijd while  imri-'i'i-v.itive ape.ikei-i and' wiilt'i-o  jii'i'^ist In their contentlo:i lh.it the  slightly   incivriiji'd   expi-ndituru  is in-  'dicative (if o.xlr.ivagan'ie. ' When Ihe  .Liberal.-canie into oiTlci-, they found  that. Mr. Foster had pivpaied ' his  L-.-Umales for Ihe ens.uiyg year and  llivse estiinalc- called for a tolaj  (main and -upplenienl.iry) of f-ili.UHU,-1  "l\i.     \\'iien    il    js    i-eineinheierl    wilii  , vvh.-il faeililythe.exlia *-upplc.iu'iil.-u-ii-s  vvui-u alw.iy- -welied by addil ional  item-in cveiy deparlurent, il is not  haid to Mipi'.risc llial that" .'iinoiinl  would have been exceeded by hui or  three million dollars, In addition lo  thi.-, there w.i*. a niiinlici- of heavy  I'Xp.endiluri1-. |-iopo-;e:l o'll ol the  capital fund. In-le.iJ, however, of  thai $ll,!).'3'0,2i7, the . aelual i-xpendi-  '1111-1' for thai -anie year, afier t!;,' new;  government a.--u:ned conlrol (.main  mid -iippli'iiientiiry and exlra supple-  menlary) w.ib luil .$!';i,.S.,Jj,0-.0.  SO.MM   in:AVY   KXTIIAH.  It .should be fm ihi-i- 1) ii-no ill iiiind  that, ihe heavy expenditiire in cou-  neclion with tin. government u\' ihe  Yukon \vhii:!i is .-in .item hitheito unknown in the public accounts, i-, included in the total, and another item  which is destined in prove an invaluable invest incut lo Canada U the  ni'Uiey spent in deepening the St.  Lawrence canal*. 11 has been pointed  out repeatedly in the liberal pre-.- that  expenditure and extravagance ,-irc not  syuonyuiou.* tonus under Lhi: pi-e^uid  government, though they are-o often  used iuloi-i.-li.ing -ably by oppo-uion-  isl.-, and Ihi- veiy material fac! caiinol  be loo oon*laul!y borne in mind in  i-on-idci ing iho report of liu- linanec  iiiinislei,  nniA. fi'oAKi.vii ui' i\vn,';nK.  The high joint coiiiiui^.-ion will re-  Mline its dehlier.il ion-in tjiiebee nexl  'i'liesdav and il. i- i oiilidenlly Imped  that Ihe co!u:ni"-ionei - will be prepaid! wilh delilllle pl.ipn-.ils upon  which aclion may be bad. 'I'liough  Iho ciMiiiui^-i.m ha* liei'ii ad j.ni, ned,  it-critics have uol taken a holiday,  and " nuiUoroiis lugubrious |irophecies  'ol' fniluiv lliive been  given ..publicity.  One .-eciion has por-istenilv i .-ileiai. d , TDt'V*0^ c >'i' ''-'  -*'--'-, OSOIccil. '   ���������^-^ '  _ __  tVa-eitionthattheiv.i-  no   , n-i'nl-    *ll T _^ ^ -*---.���������_ \tz- -������~- '   \f^) [f^* ^    .^ T" .\       , ������% T^ f^%  j] f  P g%    Jfo    \   h  $ %.    fill B     ,  (?=%  mV.,r,an,i.!u,-,li,ls,l..c-lred,V.l there; A.       .      ,  _      4 fi^    ^    L^ Bc=__ W      8      W  K L, -    ,       %*J ������~X   ������ ������    1 ������ H  _____ LU  is no hope ot M'tiling the ' Al.-.-l:.. ,  boundary di.-pule; vv hil<* the .-.e.iling j  controvei.-y, the in-hme fi-h.-rie*.  troiiblo, and other ' niomentou- i--ue-  are liojiele-sly involved and i;npo*>ib!e  of -ettloinont. -It is very pal i-sfactoi y  to re.-ilize tlnit the eoinmi:->i(ii;cis ;iie  slatosmen, who' will go aboiil tbeir  l)ii>ino>s ana a It c ml to Ihe dutio.- of  their high office without regard lo  tho.-e croakers. Patriotic' citizens,  whether of the ompiie or of the ic-  public are .-till lirn'i in the belief lhat  Mib-tantial and lasting bent-fit vviliro-  su!t (o all'nai tie.-i   before   the   commi.--  ' r  ���������sion linally adjourns.  THIS   OTIlEil > FELLOW    CI.AIirE.'i THAT.  Speaking of the. splendid harvest,  cue , marked . improvement i:i tiade,  and lliegeneral condition of pio-'per'.ly  vvhich they ;i.ie compelled to ad.nir,  [he Mail "anil' Empire .editorially 10-  marked the olhei day, "it i- .-i-suiiied  that tho electorate   will  attribute   the  1 1  bleo-ing- from above lo ��������� t he Ollavv.i-  people." That is ju-l wheio. the Mad  and Empire falls into error. It i* no!  the li lift ill party that Ins Mio-a':)' a  weakne.--* in the past, or at any time,  for- .-ippropii.-iling to it-elf credit Tor  Ihe benefits conferred by providence.  That is a recogni'/.ed.-.U'not ofocon-or v -  al ive faith, but .'ill thai is claimed i'cr  the piesenl ;i(]iijinislr.i'Jo!i i- that il  h;is honestly done il- be*-!, to Mipplu-  nieiit nature'-jbenelits rather than re-  -triet them by unnat.iir.il law-.  TO STI*_I1 Till'; I'AHTIXCJ'GITCSTS  prepai-iitloiis ai'(> well under way f<u  the farewell f .ru-l ions ��������� in i-ipinecl ion  with the rapidly approacliing de-  parl ure of Ihe' Karl and ('amnios of  Aberdeen eaily in November. Ili.*>  pi oposed lo tender the goverm'ir-giMi-  eral a banquet at tho Jtu-sell House, a.*.  was-so siu'ci'.^fu.lly, done when Lord  L. liidsdnvviii' vvas leaving, and Ihe Id \d  (Council ol'i Wonroii aio arranging a  -���������oeial ;il which tho countc-s vvill say  good-bye. Lii olhei part-oof lh(> province'aiid in the east the public' nian-  ifoliations of e-leem, and r"g'i-e! tluit.  the gitbern.-itoi'i.-d term isilo-ing, vvill j &  ho .-i*5 general and . vvide-spi-ojid a-ihey '  vvill be gratifying to their oxrelU-neie-,.  TKYlJ'fl   'HU   ll'.i.VCB TIIBSI   tin.  Oonseryalivi) le.'i(|oi's havii been .'ict-  ively ongagoil this warm weather with  organazalion work1 in'Varioin p.ut*. of  the Dominion, and the -lory continue-*  to be industriously circulated t.h it a  general federal election K approach ing.  Of course iI is Ihe unoxpeclid Urn. al:  way- happen-,,hqf (he p'.'iitician who  can see unmistakeahh- indical ion- that  the government, is pi-epurinij to app'-al  tr> t he onunl r-y h;is a line intuition or  el-o a g|eal jhi.-igiiiiilion.  A"lb3^__-;i  V\R. rviALLOCH.  Phvski5:i~Jzr& burgeon.  K.^vs:=-to_:3 3. C.  , ?Ar/iS3 fvlURPHY, B.A���������,  r  Jill: i.*>!  o:icitor1,i^tc.  0:-"-ic_ C\ v.-a-n- Block,  -    v.-������y*-_.--       ������-���������__ _J 'O'  rr._y.-_. *>.__._-v_7-%^_E._[ *  PiTo:orietor.  'Meia^B.' and' Brassed  i_jk_  HEV-LGTOKH, 3. C.  -. O  Co:: i'  -1  1    ..ol,.|  l\������'il\*  ii. ;:-.-j.Dj--.,r.  ''������������������ ���������* A.wnvr'p.  ytlOJi ��������� Laciii..,.!; _:;ii iiS'ia^Ci,  i'-:iLGDN,   D. c, ..  A^iyi of ever..' "..ArU'-I" ������' iiiiric't-.il.  An.il)Vi-  of    ail!:,   v.*.v,.ji-, or otlici- ai.itei-ial-i  ir-cl In:- fe.,.1.    n  Prc-io'. il.-s-i'.u. P:-o*iiyi Cr.sh.  p   H. HEAPS, 8: CO.,'  -__CH*  Machinery, Brob. rs,  \ axcouv;-:r, ,i).c.  ������____-___-*-- -__. ���������i  FOR SALE-A quii-.tlt;,- pf lifflit, r..-tr,ii:l Ii.im-I  iH;���������el IJ.i!':*.  W"'ff-'swir.ff Pr Sons  PI.i'i'm and Oiu.imeiiial  \30  1 uiJLL'O   Pt'IiU, < ___>_/IQi  ���������    VV  ^-.:i 1'X?.--.'  ��������� .Second Mt., En-I. Eugli-.h Church,  EtVELSTOHR,      , ���������   " '13. 0  /;o'v  "C1^  ?-*^*  7  \:.^   I'���������... -,, - . ,._���������   .->;)  ������        ������. I *. . ������������������������_���������/  \ ' '   '  .<.',."?.*?/'  .-:���������',,' ������***/'  En Route to Eng-lnnd.  c"  Hon, Ool, Hakor, ox-ininister of edu-  r-alion and mines, and the pinvinrial  socrolary in the late Turner govern  int'iil of llrili&h Columbia, airived in  the city Friday on hi.- way lo England  1 ���������*^-_i''1   -,,,���������   ���������-'-,,������*-'*^'  FRID. M. \V_LLS, WPne Examiner.  u. r.. HULL cc UU,  on iirivn to business.   Col. PJaker is nn .'.: | .v---;  ^-]_^_i_   l    ���������.    -a      t> '.-l-r-.^1  a re.-idenl of Uranhrook, on the line  of \   W ^^^IQ       &HU      ������-_fcUaH  t ���������  IB TJ_E O -B:.UI_R. s .  .*-_-���������-_-_    7   _-_J{ J_>J .���������_w> ������?-   *>_^ J__*_,n__*-j    ���������___*��������� V*/���������  Al! in-ilor-i i'vnui-litio v. ill bo promptly  atfondod I >.  the (Jr-ow'-i Ne.-t P;iss rail way, which  is developing inlo ono of the tlniving  (owns   of   the    Kopte.ii.ny.    Pa*sengor j ��������� ���������. r ,    .   ,      , , T  UM-.i*. run ll,ero  Up   li-uo   a   week.    Purveyor. Ol  H IJ^ll-ClttSS i\IeaiS  ;md the line is in  good condition.    In  lho ..opinion   of    Col.    B.U<er,    parly  politics- vvill soon enter into  tho  aifairs  of British Columbia.    Al the meeting  of tho hoii-iO there will be a  deadlock,  iiccording (o tho  Colonel's  views,, and'  then   th.'   pros-oilt    governiijent    will !  anr.eal lo t he people and   Ihe  e!eclion-i  S*-.r.'".'rvf"t'"-l .O  will    be   (iiughl   out   on   roder-.i!   parly ,   lines.    "Hut (ho  lale  governmenl   do    -j^J   JtS'JilC  not. inlend lo lot inalter- re-l afler the!  in-ulls   heaped   upon , tliein     by     I be I  pro-cut lieulonant-govei nor," -.aid   the '  pre-enl   ex-minisli>r.    "We   inlend   to  bring   the   whole   matter   to   th������   at- |  teution of Iho Ottawa giiv-ci-iiincni ;md ,  have a Ihoi'ongh in vesl igation into ll.e ! X]\    P  matter."    Col. Baker -tales llial in tin  eV(>nlof another eleclion, lie will relii.  from active politics, in order to iievoli  hi-attention   !o  hi-   privji'o  alfiii.-. -  T ~-T T '���������  vy <J������ _.���������,.  AW '.Mil!. done ifi a i.eal and  \\ ( il n- mliKi- m.imii-r. and by  iXpeii .i-a.-ed mecliaiuis only..  Only ih--!:ela--. in.-iieri.il used/'  IJ-.liin.iLc-al   -hoilo.-l   notice-  J_, u. i'i'.  .il,;  Tln'^*;-'V.'f>. R [j  Winnipeg I'-roe I'n  it  One Day in Seven.  At I he Dominion Trade- and l,i'ior  (.'ongres-al Winnipi-g, I)el.>g.Hi'Jann-*  Will's, of Ro.-sliind, Ii. C. moved,  seconded by 0. J. Flett, of Hamilton,  (  il-J \; Jul-i   Co   uU.  FuiYiiUira and  Undertaking.'  hal:    Whoroas, the Mip,.ly of labor in j HeijliPiili   Kit   UfllniSWl'Sil-J  BODO,  nosL loc-idities    ,is    fully    up   lo   Iho I "  inosL loc-iiinies    ,is    lnlly  deniiind,   .-ind   in   many cnmuiiuiilic*.  (���������(insidorahly   ('xceed-'  it,  and   in   the  opinion   of   (his    congro-.-'    th.'i-o    i- |  positively no nocos'-itv for .-even  d.-iy-  w-ork jx-i' week   in   thi-  or any  oUvr  country.     Wlieroa.-'   tho   seven .days  work   |ier   week   system   obtain.-  and  prevails   in   Ihe  metalliferoii'*  111!��������� ��������� iii_r I  indnsf.iy of British (Joliiinhia in  dir-ct '  anfiigoiiisiu   to   this   oxpre-.-ed    -onti-  inont add wishes of organized labor  in ;  Ihe localities ino-lly afTectod: theiofoi o  be it   ie-olved,   tluit   the  c-ongie--   in-  -���������Iri'icl Ihe executive commit lee of   tin''  aforesaid   piovince   lo   tiruM-  upon   the I  legi-laltire thereof the   iidvi-.ihili'y   of  adopt ing Mich   legi-laliun   that   wi uld  -peedily and effectually   secuie   In   I l;e  opei at ive*. of Ihe minim; iiuln-l ��������� v in  Hi il i-h Coluinbi.'i Ih'- hem (lis c'i < :���������(���������  da v'- i esl in -even.  Delegalc Smith obji'ded to the  nidi ion that it w as nut in iucidime  \v il 11 the principle- of t radt��������� urnn- i- n  111 -eck by lfLrl-lat i Ve .-u I ion \v it it ineli  could lake for I heinselve-.  The (pii'i'l inn was uiuler'di-cu-sion  'nl tin- liuiir llxcd for iiiljouriini'.nt.  ,V-".ii  '.'..; .- i'i ((j.-ja'Js-ti'ai fur -Ionise  ;., ,-������.'lf>n.. ,-iu inim-o, imril.-.,  l! .  ii.  -l ii'.o'.ilij.v or oth 'l' i-iOi"-'.  Au nt-. ft-.-!'.':".i):U-S.-.-iiin'M.i'-lii'i'.--.  Re\'clstoke Station, 13.C.  Li\j J- wJ _. t  V-UT1TJ": i- li-  in  lll-'l  '.. ii' r .'  I n.'vn (1 in !!��������� \ <    ''.'..  ��������� I\r i " nn .- ii.-ir..!  I .>.i C. In -.,. N.V.'  I '.'.���������:.������. i-,. a-   v. i' j  I I Jl' .J ..   \\ .  1 I 1 ' II.1.  ! of < -. 'i-ii i  '.- L,-i,vu lleii  lila'.i." - a'l'i-  i a"';-!,V   l(>   I' (' Icllil I   ' "in-  i.i .- o] I ��������� fm- ii'-niii-. -ii a i<i  v i.;j.' 'li - ; hi (1 iiiik!-. i-.il-  ii.vii'i.i, ]'Av; P.'inl. Wchi  -I.'- I'i.,j! fi- .i|l ;i Jin I IJ >-1 i-l: -  ;.(. I ,M lie i .i.-il.T )>i l.'il  , .,' ���������. lli'Tn,-; s1. ii' eliaui*.  ..   tl.fini   tn*������.Ui'iJis'l 1 iil.K-i'  It. 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Eastern and  European Point,6} ���������     "4*,  "   Pacific Coast, Ohina,  0   Japan" and 'Aiistralia  TOUPiSt   Caps- Pas3 'H.YDlstOkQ  .D.ii'i.v to-ist Pan!; d.i'Jya.suoiil WV.iUL'-l i;- tu  J-:.i-nci-ri -|i'.int'C ,fr-l -'���������; i>i;c .'.nil dailn^ (.''���������.'.���������-<a>  .������'.! tiun-, Ti-'itr.-. i-ao.-.l pl!si-o.i���������!i a:. I 1 .i.'-  ^.I'i... I'licd-i'-l l ) il.-'.tiii.iLaii!.  Jlnily M-.-.-.iii.*  llfiiii   liovul������luku --jvi-Cioiui'l,  7.11.i.in.   Y/c-lli mil.I. a.-') i'.Hi. .c        ' ,  (Juiiiici-tiuii*!   Willi   Koiilii i.i.,    |i-i.ni* ��������� l.cMVo ,  JIuvcNl-.iIcj  S.0D  (i.in.     Ari-iui  l,tt-���������. oMo'vi; at  I.IUl ]i. in. .  l-'or ini'oi-mntion, r.vlu-, l.iiio c.irtl-, ni:i;w jiua  tiulruls iil>])ly lo  T. W. BIlAD-s;iAV,r,  Altailt, TliiMiNloUu, u"  av. v. Ax'n;-:u?ix. . ---.  TiV.voUlnij lUwyngur Afcat, Kclhoa,  B. J. COYbiC,  iJiMtviolVa-iSCiiijui- AiiuiiL, Yaiiuouvur,  ffie - Canadian - Faolile  il [LJkJL������4 . Mm*  Architect and.-Builder.-  i. - <',-",<  If j on contemplate building .-nut-waul a lir-t-cl.-i*- d.e-ign. coni|-,-it iable with t'he  ' siualle-l cost, call ,'ind -co me .  ��������� A L L    W O R K    G U A R A -\T f !��������� ED.  :e-_* f-s--K\   a  =L_-������ ti  I. HU  ���������___.>_; _____ T\  H Axacsff      \  8     \ _!-__  CTI  The  present   centre   and future'  headquarters for  miM OPERATIONS* IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.  -3TEAK_:a3-  '���������    R033LANJ3   cvjic^.   KOOTENAV   ,  bcavu Aii-ovvlioiii! daily forull iioiiit-* in Kout,-  on.iy,  rn.il.ir.K  coiiiioiition at   N.ikiw,'   for  , all ijuinu.'bi) N.iku-P anl -jlocan l!y. an-l  Slouiia tj-vko.  tJlo?3 coiiuclUoii at llo^snn fov Nol-on.  ICa-iio,  BiUI'our, IMuti-'ay, Ti-.iil, Ko-olaaci, Ko:-ili-  ljoi-l ai"l -vll I'jiiiU *n.il!i.  I-'O'- fu'.! iiif.Tiiiation, tiokul;, i.. 1*1*1, c-l :., call  on or r Ub-d*  . ���������  r T. VV. BFIADSHAVV,  A)teiil. Itovoistiil:!'.  Oi-l-)  W. K, ANOj'IltoOy, K. .J, ("MY M0���������  " Trnv. Pa-.-. Aiji.iii.. l)i'.L I'.i.-. A-.veal.  No!via, Ii.(). V.iii'-mivui-. !!.<;.  Off  n. \  Columbia &'Western Ry.  Tiiiie T.'i'jii- N.). ii.   "a I "-"i* (ii'o'jt S'.jv . -J ��������� j!'.'.  J������.i ly lli'lwi'cii T- i.la.i 1 llo-l'.enl.  ���������  vvi: .-i- ojiisn. ;: -.-.i ' ''��������� ���������"���������  'N'o. ."j No..! No. 1. Nil -J ">u. I ';<'��������� (i  IV!.-. ���������.���������i.n    :;n';s in   .-.'..i. i!::i  l.'M'l    11--')   .!l:l>       l'UAlb    .  L:'. I!..'-   1.':! '  J j: 1.1   :!!: I.'i. KOSS',A'-.'!>   I-.,. ��������� L'.-.l I in.  Nn":. I  iii'l   J <-Hill el   *-���������'-<!i  CI'.';   iii'ila  Ha"  midline)' an 1 tr.iiii- lo ini.l li'Oi.i NiI-iii i'-I  ll'jl'i.ili.  No'- ,'i r.'i 1 I if.) I i. il  l.-ain, li.-l,.vii!i  Ti-.iil  and i;i!ii-,i.in(i.  Nu'-.j.ni'l U.irulnc.il I i'.i iii .lji'1,-.'"(.!) Ti el aiid  liii'ii'" in.   Na. li n iriuuuti ������'il'i li-iiln No. 1  li .in |  ll'j*-.!ii-wl. ���������     j  (jciv.-.il (rlil ���������( .: P. P. (ICTXbH.'H,      ';  'I'i-.iII   IJ. (.'. (liai.aul .->il].l. j  R^ =  It is the centre of the Lar-1  dean mining" district.   |  It "will*have railwa,ys to;  the nor Wi and south.'  Its climate is superb.  It lias plenty of building  -' timber and a sawmill  - in operation providing  lumber at  reasonable  ri'i^--Ql^l, L:\ki-: 'city  is reached" by rail from  ' Revelstoke to Arrowhead, 28 miici; thence  by steamer, 10 miles, to Thorn-  son's Landing ; and a * short  staye of 12 miles; the ' entire  journey occupying- only 6 hours  through, magnificent mountain  and lake scenery.  'Well-known     mining    pro-  -moters and' capitalists   already  have their   representatives   on  the   ground,    and    it    i-s     no-'  boomer's dream to say that before another six months Trout  Lakk City will-be a bustling  centre of business and the principal town in this treasure-laden  Lardeau: the new centre of attraction    for   the" best 'mining  enterprise,    skili   and    capital  ; which, British    Columbia   ha?  ; magneti/cd within her borders.  1     The climate and  soil of the  ; district are all   that   could   be  i desired bv therancher.gardener  ior    fruit    ii rower    i'or    whose  11 products a profitable and rapid-  i lv  increasing    market   exists ;  k u *J  ���������prices on the spot  ~ x j ���������}   ���������������������������-������������������-���������,~,    --  "���������al;t9     affords      GX-   whiiv.  '*������  -tin-   ^nortsmcii    the'  . oaptionally good trout' ������������������(���������ighb'.rkond ^' ^ .u;i!1^ ������������  ���������J.._..j_e) t        j |lr ;U:(-n;'-jnUK]ai:ol' includes  It bias a cfown grant'; pur- good lifjieh. :.torcs. post pfilce,  Chasers Of lots thus Ob- recording olnce. butcher shop  tahliiu?   an   absolutely  and many private residences^  Ikiucimg  operation--,   are- in  clear title.  UU^ftiUnlMAlJ 11u11-1j  '     KAMLOOPS, B.O.  Best of everything going  RUSSELL  &>���������  HEilGD,   P*-���������'  full progress, and the establishment of'the sav, mill  will tend  more:  to enhance  the  im-  rowih  of  this  rising  sti  m<  town.  mediate  j a.  AiiiiliLiiijii I'i? uiijiiji' biCDiise.  -.-iiiiij  i - ni:ip:''i 'A vi:v iini :ii -i.i>-  \     .,'i      i   ���������    .,!.''  i.i'I"-i.:n 'I. inn ml  In  'j,; ������������������,    ),,   1 --| ,c i, !    .   \    1 . . '1*11.ill'    I ui'    Iln.'  S'. ���������, i, I ��������� . ii.' i '   V.'. -i il i'il' ii.iv    f'.i- it  iif" ii '���������  ��������� .,-,!.,.    i.  ;. i , : . i  ..ii- i.i.i'j in aHjl.;  i i-.;i-(.n.   J!,.'.'''i '.lii- :;.;��������� li'l.-.v of .'uixii-!.  ���������  ��������� W. .1.WlItTK.  r. r/iRADB.-  lii do    Ui      liiXvjbvlrJ  l!'iiii>lil   .mil  -oil.     "'iiiiln,,' i'..i-i|i inic_���������  oi-j.011.1". (1. lii'ir p.-������]i '.I.i   c *-.,i ih'l, li  limit'   1 juid iii'i'i KV d.  IConoy -lor.-jsii L-li-scfi.  Miu -i, p. ii '!>'���������( i1*. 11. in'''.'' .'ii i i-i-, i.i in'i.i:  -"i u-il ji'->. i-iijli.c 1-, lii.i.il', i.i.-l.*,  Ii'.i*. - nii'i null ui* linn,;lil, - iliI or in C'  li.ii'il. Il'.iuiiin I'i'i'i'., piu-.K .-I-, .mil  mill' i-.il l.iii'l.< i- lo I In ji \ i In ������������������ nn l 'icl  ol  uori.in;: nn 1 coiiilil on ol  I lii'ii- 1111" ���������*  -V-33-jy l\i\u Ciii-'-lo-il Wsr!-. ?iono.  William Orosbie,  Coin li'oia IIiin,'i.\   lir-vcl-toUe,   )'.   ���������'.  PEICES   OJET   LOTS.  Inside, $ioo; payable $33-33 down. $3.5.33 in  ? months. $33.33  in 6 months.  Ciinu-r;, $150; payable $50 down, ^50 'v.. 3 'V.o.ilIi ;.   $50   in   0  months.  (These prices are for a short time only.)  |T. L. IIAIC. Rk\i:i>-iokk, Central .\g---iit.  IJUC.ir McPHKRSOX, Tkorr Laki: Cirv. Resid.-nt Agent.  -*r_T!.*T"fi.">.,";**rr^ *���������  _r_riL-' ^..Pw-Vij,  Subscribe-'for the Kootenay. Mail. i  _;\ 'J! I j   -i.
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. n 1   , ���    . . - ,        ,,
10-lL-U'll     I''-     pilMli-'U     .il.'.l     "in    '^.1  10
D.lVis.'II      l-i'.J.,    I( ]  i '   -e>   illl!,-      '!'���,[]"!,
'Poieis iv Plus.
ill llitiii^ sb.i.'V- in iy i.i-.M- in'.-, lo
liil'^'jt i'.'i iillK'!' il oi.!��.'.'-, !>ul ,*-!..ly: s
ji' I'Letl IH:mi^ ib 'twc : .;:i .. /.-) in
tl;i'l;i.->i,lv e*. o
iV\!.:i':i'    eu-
J. U. SCOTT, C. R. '-
J. I_ SMITH, H. S.
A Gold Brick !f
Not tlie ������uik��" _;old brick which
yoii lirivri -all, heiircl   so   much   of
but ;i brick, niadc. of clay which is
' worth its vveiirht in jjolrl.
Where is i_ ?
-j
'    It is in-icle lieio in your own town
by   (lie   liovclstoko    Jjr-ick   Co.
vvIiL-h has ulip.-idv .'i Irn-ite niiniher
011 tin? miirkct  and   in   u.se.    See
;   ' our s.-iui]i!i\s before ordering.'   , -
Eevelstoke' .Brick   Co. .
��� ���W.?'PJ.LLEW HAEVEY,
F. ,C. S.     ,      '.
Vancouver, B.C.
���CANADIAN!; 'hKJM'ESIINT.VTIVK KOK���
.Mi-s-ii:-. Vivian 5: Soxs, Swanika.
Tirr: lli.uor'- JIi-.tal Co"v, Wai.i'.s.
Tin:  C'.vi���ii;r,  Goi.u   KxTitAcrrxG   Co., Ltd.,
G LA-LOW.      ���! '
��" _-vll_��'l_V_\'      OI\\J_3j��J (EstaMisho_;iSC2.)
, Largest stock west of Toronto. ,'.   -
GEORGE T. NEWMAN
GENERAL MEnuniin
MINERS' SUPPLIES.
Dry Goods, Dress Goods,, Blouses, Ready-Made
Clothing, Boots ' and Shoes. Groceries,''Flour
and Feed.     Hardware. Tinware, Etc.,
troeeries,
Dry O-oo'ds,
____J"
Men's 'FurnisI
WIT'"
Wfc
,  Hardware.
ii ~^~r~
=. HAVE- IT - IN- = STOCK.
rf
v.
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The finest stock of goods in all the above lines in this section.
_1_S <i_V ViJ iLfeJLa ���___
,r
Revelstoke Station
��� ���/���
���__@o
, s
m\$& SORLEY,
iV_ ���
I'ri'll. OK Jilt. W'.VI. H. SllKUWOOD,
;��� ok Chicago and Jin. Kkni:st
Wnvrr' oi'-Ottawa,
N\"ill r-ci-oivu pupils for instruction  in jii.-iiio-
oi-l(*'p!nyiiiK ,tinl Mnjjp'ntj.
Si iid;.i ,it, Liiis rc-idence of Jlr. "!'. .1. Gi-uliam
?.I.iL'l-i'i!.'.ic a vc.'iiie, "
IM-IVKJ.STOKK, U. C
T.'L.���HAIG. '      '   ' \V. P.CKAGli
HAIGd'GRAGE,' .   .
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Notaries Public, Mining and  Real Estate Brokers and general
Commission Agents.      Fire, Life 'and Accident Insurance.
Representatives of the Kootenay .Smelting and Trading Syndicate
' ,      ��� '       Agents for Revelstoke and Trout Lake City tovvnsiics
?-y^-^/3y"*&-^:b/i_w/vVt��v/-?yt_^^
(Ok
1
t?
0
Gome to'our
F. AHL
'       SMYTHE &. SCOTT,
Mining1 Brokers
'���o
fO.M.MiySlON AGI3XT.S for Flour,
Ifci'd, CjijiI, Nnrsoi-y ytock, Fnrni-
t inc, Chin.-i .ind Cil.-i.-svv.-iic. Sole
.-i.Urnt- bit W'.-itcrpronf' Mfitc-lu-s.
All iii,ii! iii-dcr--* pi'oinptl}' iittcndi'd
,b'.
Groceries, Provisions,   Dry G-oods and
Clothing/ Cigars and Tobaccos.
Importers   of Scandinavian   Produce.
OURrSPEOIALTIES-Noi-vvj.y K K K Salt* Urn r-irrg,' Aiu-Iiovk's, Gol hciiliiirti'
S.-msagc, iind Jil.-kilstirn.-i Ilnzors. u ,
Wi-itP for prices. Mail nr-dei-s promptly a (tended to. Goods dclivcivd rice
lo .-inj-par-t of town. .        ' > ' '
First Street, Revelstoke Station..
KODAKS    AND.'  KODAK    SURPUES
���; I'
I
���, &BAND ffllLEINBRY OPENIN&
i i r * '
Tliursday and Friday Next.
1,11
<tV-_ -���_^vV-_'-\_-'^^^y^v_/'&/^'<_.'^/^^^
nnJ "ngp-j
'it_iL__-m-'j--_i_-t_-_.pi.-'i- _t���
Films, Plates  Printing Papers, Chemicals and Photo materials
of" all kinds.
rk\'!':l*-to (���>!���:.
CITY '. "'
.., BAKERY
I). C.
Bread and Confectionery.
Free Delivery Every Day.
McCAGTJE BROS.   *
Films developed and Print.- made iii any style.    Mail orders promptly attended (o.
;_B_A_in___E3"Y-  BEOS.   CO.    HJTJD- I   "
������   PHoto"  Stock   Dealers  	
Wholesale and RetailBOOKSELLERS and ST/1 Tl ONERS
VANCOUVER    and    KAMLOOPS,    B. C.
BARBER,
, Yw\ W ,l\-, I. ���'. l
yi; i'fi'. h i- i L'ii.^M .si ".
n -,;���!;, ,n .- , i.'i i- >, .'���> .-��� > ..;>;. a I '.'.
vi i-'-. I'i - i'.sini.'. .i ��� ill i v ,u : i \ \ i.i
. Any i'] u i- ;.!' - 'i i..''. ��..'.������
J"i��r . an -'. ; ' ���. ���' ;\ j :.v -'���
3! \U. < " n. i ' ! i' i ��' .'��� ..'..!i"ni
--.Mil b.  put on >--.!... ii' .-t ''i   !���. -i.
i.'i'i: i     _ .    ;..ii(   ! ^   *" . i *i .i '���     -.'.."!i
���Vl._-">   \- ii.   !-'���.'.    ,'���" '���
U::i!er-u.t .it  ( "�����   .   ���
v/a_ c_:��.ia_:_;u. and jewellek
if"'";^; Watches, Clocks
i.  :vi.-in.'.v-i"->''.".Ji".
,.    ('   '.n  \V.i;.>'. Itj-fc ������-������-. ll.-.i.-l-t'-ikc. Ii. C.
Tncorpoi-iited bv ;ict of Par li.iinent lS.w.
HEAD OFFICE - - - > - MONTREAL
Wit, .Aroi.sox ilAcrirKiisox. Pros.       S. II. Fvvixo, Vicc-I'i-e-.-.
F. W'OLFKnSTAX Tuoat.vs, Gener-al JMiinagcr
PAID  UP 'CAPITAL      .     �� -   ' - -$2,000,000
RESERVE   -       - ", _- *���-...    '1,500,000
A general banking bunincs1- traniactoJ.   Interest allowed on deposit-' nt current vatc-i.
J. D. MOLSON, Manager,      "    -
Capital<(paid up) 32,000,000.
Rest       -      -       $1^200,000.   l
-HEAD' OFFICE,    ;, -   ���: ' TORONTO.
��-      H. S. HOWLAND,  President.  '    T. R. MERRITT, Vice-President.  <
���    ���D. R. WILKIE, General Manager.   '���      ' ' "    ?-,
 1 : . ___! -.-_________        '--
A general banking business transacted.���Letters of credit issued-
available- in all parts of the'world.���Gold dust'and amalgam
'purchased.���.Savings Department, Interest^ allowed -at
'current rate.0       _    ' \( p ���" . .
,    ������ A.' R. B.' HEARN, Manager Revelstoke Branch
���11
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ELorrni?
iii, B. C.
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It
1'ainter and Decora
1     V ���   .1
1,      . Grninir-j;, Carriage Painting and Paper
itor.    \     I
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b.     ' '   'in    1     !   1
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1
U<' .111  , &
Hanging.
Ji'.Ai.i'ii;     IX    \V.\U,    PAI'FJiH.
. c.'��inr::o Avenue
1
11
REVELSTOKE STATION.
0*
A WH INDUSTRY!
s>
"���'Sasli and Doors U
.M.iiiiiI'.h-Iiii'mI in Ri-vj'Ntnkc. ' P
I 0
,, 1  '  1 ������ ���' . ������    . ! ' *. 1.11 iil'lint'-,  tnriiiiiK-, l>nlu-lf;r-j t��
;' ���, ii.iml ,i'-, ui.'. DiMi-kfi vviiife, from*��� < lc. j w
"'       All !h2 Ir.ln'i!. isiaclilncry.
i5ry Jclln on the prcmiHC.i. | A
i -^(V^a/a^a^'
COWA2J-HOLTEN -
W'liolesiile dealers in ��� ,  l
Wines,-Lipps''and Cigars. " ��� ..
Agents "for   tlie .Karn  Pianos, and   remember  Kara   is  King
��� A large stock of '
" GleYeland and Brantford
Bicycles.
Office, Oowan Block, - Revelstoke
.''ii
i:ni
ap  ar^d
Published byv
The Kootenay Mail, Revelstoke
freight - and - Cartag-e - Ag-ents,
ThGiHsen's,"., Trant Lake and Ferguson.
Tho best equipped stables in the district.'    Saddle
horses always ready.
4
PEIOE
50'C:
-?
The only complete map of the great Fish Creek Camp.   %
;__,;' SAWYER '& MANNING 'J
1       ! .
1    '!..'.
I   .'    Il
I'll
1 .      !.'���
1   j,1  i:
i>.   .,
p..  1
ir  \. \f.11 'Ion il'l A- <.'(). ����� vvjirJiliO'i-c.
loi'illioate of Improvements.
! i-.'fi! If.'- Wim-i.'i! ( liiiin. niliuiii.  in   lltr Troll I
j I nl.''   .Milling   fli\i-irin  of   U'rvl    Ivfirifi-.ji.-i-,
1 (''-.In'', lo, ,ili il   on  SIIvit flip   .AToiinl.iii).
I ml 111111111',' II i- Si 11 it flip   l-'i-,n-tir>ii,il .Miner-
! li f l.'MII li.'l  I 'i(    Ka-I.
','  '"   ���������'   ' MTifvi: \fjTlfl-;   ilnil   f   I'M-'/ir A.    I!i.nnrn,
,"'   1    -..I'i'"   Miner1' f' ili/lf.if! Nn. HUM A. fs^iifd
1 ,   'I   ���*" lo,- 11 ',11   I iif rii-rl   rl/i v  of N"o\-|.|nlier, I1-'!?,
;       ''' ,,  -1.. '1,"���','. . . "'"Vi'  "" '''*" "' '' ''   '"--1    '���"    ,"-l��l'r   of I Iif   SlllNliiMO
���I"'1 ���  I ��� "\l.li,     -*   i.i,   ,r,i|, I,,,.   Mi,,.!--, fcil iflc.-ilii Xo. !rl��7."l  i-,-
"���"II I 'IV.  I   -'I   l|     Il    I!' .(iMtol'f   -ui   f lie   _Hli   fl.-iv of Jniif,
J'     ���   1 ,1 !'. iiilfiifl. Ui i.'.ivh  fiom   llif ilulf   liere./f    to
..i   "��� '      ' 1 .-i.i'l. lo Ihe .Miiiin-.'   Kfconl'-r for ji ffi-tlficutc
of fmri >'���' ui' iii-. for I lie  purpose, of ohlnluIiiK
0     J"he only ��� published  map   of the   Fish   Creek Country.   %
Klcnkiko Oufcfittar.
ffleLBnnan,- lePeely & Co. Limited,
Vancouver B. 0.  '.
W.c li.ne .111 iiinni'iisc Mol-Ic of miners' .-ind prospoctors' supplies, picks
shnvi'K t,'(��ld P'ln-i, puck- str.-rjis jukJ s;iddlcs, dug harness and sleighs'
tciil-i. river  bo.-us,  si col slow*,  utensils, snow shoes, rifles, etc., etc
Wiilc ii-, bn- liiluigi-jiphed m.-ip conbiining full information. Goods bought in
V.11,(oiucr go imo Klorrclikfj fr-ec.    If bought  in   the United Stntes
,,.   1 |i 'U\    ...1     .1... .. "
1]
/_
v. ill   II,
0 iii.\i'dl30 jm.'I- cent. duty.
l 1
��� 1    i, 1  -   1
I (1  lo 1   1.1
,1 ( 1 in" n (.i.'inl of llir; iiliovf: inliT'i-fil ��lnlju,
-..-'/! i( ������;, i'.i'. '!'-' 1 "��� " ������,'��� ' - Ii'i'i . ,\nl fi.iil.ii- inke -noliee Hint jittion nnrlnr
_;-, nl ..-..-ii'M. l.i-;:..v( ;ii. ���11.:. |ir.'.|.,i-.. '-..I ti<H..ii~<:. I Si; .fori :j; irni.sl: l(> coniinencnrl before tho
V'!:-.'.i;;.; ������.-������'.:::-. ' ������';ll,li!^, '���''. ���':>. "!'������<":" '��' j I.shiiii.j!C'i .of aneli (!��� -rl ���.ifll:n.|.�� of Iinnrovomonts.
I;i;.-.-:���..'!"���; :i-.':w.i,!i':iw.;..if.   ii;.* .-:::-i  einel nunn;;  ������ , MnfMn A, IIK.V.NKTT.
  '' Diiteil thin 201b diiy of .Suptfjinbcr, 18I1J.
. ���Mii.
t f.���:-' 1 oi  k-
'.���::��� it
.I0IIK .-*b''.i(.���-:'i;iifi?,i.
HENDERSON   BROS.
.Sf.'f'CK.SHOKW TO
Wholesale   Druggists,
I (I'VlnlillHlifd K'.s)
'--���raajiBZZ&* Victoria    and    Vancouver,    B. C.
We cair-y tlie largest stock' of (J.lu-iiiiwil*<, Drng-S W'lcnt Mi-(.li'ci:ie.*-;, Tnilc!
Al'tldes, JOtc, in Iji'iti.-I) lloliiinliia.
Parties in, or t-nntenipliil .ing opening in business,, will fincl.it to their nd-
ViuiUige to placi! their onlers with us,
bim\M\t
(LIMITED.)
AL ELECTRIC CO.
Head Offices, Toronto, Ont.
*��� U DO
i u
Capita!, SI,500,000.
Ma-jufacturers of Electric Mining Apparatus,
llubl ., T'in:.;>-   IJ!��,v..-1 -?. I'jiiji,, J!la,sling Apparatus, Dynamos for Lighting and
I'nv.i-i. .Miiiin-. foi- all JJurposc,-i.
I^lcctricvtl tr.msmissibn of power successfully operated up to 50.
mile.s-by.o_ir;tHBEE^
NELSON Branch Offices in British Columbia, VANCOUVER

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