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 ,  /  ������<!>*  -ISSTTE3D   T^W"IOE-A.-'W-EE-_EC---VV'EIDlT"E]S"r3A.**2rS    A-IfcTID    SA.TTTI^IDA-'Y-S-  Vol. Ii    No. 67.  REVELSTOKE, B.C., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1897.  $-2.00 a Year in Advance.  ^SaSS&SSS3iSSS^SS^SS?iSS&^  by Letter  THE first thing wlso p, oplc think of  whon ordorlng goo la by mail Is the  capacity for business of those they wr-te  to. The rcputatlun we enjoy for promptness makes our Mail Order trado forge  ���������head at a gratifying rate.  Our Specialties -i���������������������������  Groceries Dry Goods  [."< -Liquors Boots and Shoes  Cigars Men's Furnishings  Crockery Tailoring  Dressmaking  Requests for prlca lists and samples  recklvs prompt attention.  Hudson's Bay Stores,     -^  ������ ....Calgary.���������* S>  ?S3_K~SS~_*~SSSgg_3SSSy~^  Doors  Windows  Mouldings  Casings  Newel Posts  Balusters  Stair Rail  Brackets- &c.  NOTE AND COMMENT  \).  Haig & Crage  Sole Agents for..  Revelstoke  ^"^ Townsite  MINING,  '  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  \  t~B:i  'V-  0HAS.R. CARLYON,.  BARRISTER-AT-LAW,  SOLICITOR,  ANDNOTARY PUBLIC.  Oflice:   Rooms 1 and 2, Pool Block, Revel-  atoko. B.C. ,     - -  RTHUR G. M. SPRAGGE,  Barrister, Solicitor, &c.  Notary Public.  Office upstairs in Smith's block. Pacific Avo.  Revelstoke Station. B.  C.        ,    _  General  Merchants  Stores at Revelstoke Station, Nakusp,  New Denver and Burton City.  Dealers in   Heavy and Shelf  Hardware,  Steel, Dynamite, Caps, Fuse.  Thoy sit on the sidewalk discussing  nothing at nil with drunken gravity,  they argue the point with n l.-nnpost or  n dog, they howl out their besotted  dt'liance of things iu general to the  empty air, but. no mutter what the  occasion the stream of blasphemy and  obscenity rolls almost unceasingly  jilting. There* is scarcely an hour of  the diiy or night when a decent woman  cun walk from one end to the other of  Front street without having her cars  polluted with some outburst of filth  and profanity. There are plenty of  men, who seem to think that after imbibing half a dozen drinks of whiskey,  they -are licensed to commit thc*se  verbal assaults on common decency.  The impunity with which they are allowed to do so would lead one to suppose that they must be right. Unless  a man is drunk or ugly he may utter  his filth and blasphemy without fear  of molestation by the police. As a  matter of fact he is committing a far  greater offence against every social  tind moral law, except perhaps the  police code, than if he was breaking all  the glass in a saloon or rolling on the  sidewalk in an imbecile attempt to  pummel one one of his companions in  intoxication. It is offence, which, if  only iu consideration of the women  and children, should be~sternly and  promptly visited with - the utmost  rigor of the law.  UNDER PROVIDENCE.  ������ T. NOXON.  "WHITE & SIBBALD,  Mining and Real Estate Brokers,  Notaries Public, Etc.  Moncv to loan at lowest rates.  Fire Insurance in be-st companies. -  llautf    ��������� Office opposite Union Hotel.  GAMBLE & O'REILLY,  Civil Engineers, ProvincIjvl Land  Sukvkyohs. _,  ���������  " Accountants and General Agents,  Kelson and Rossland, West Kootenay,  British Columbia.  "F. erGAMr.LE, J. P., it. Inst. C. E^ "I-. Can. Sop.  C E., P. I.. S. for B. C. (late Resident Engineer Department of Public Works in  Canada in B. C.) Nelson, B. C.  Francis J. 0'Ueim.y, A-soe'. M. Inst. C. E-, P. L. S.  for B. C, Rossland, B. C. Sjlytf  ROBERT SAMSON,-  *       Dealer in Wood.  Draving and  Dclhery Work a J specialty- at  lowest prices. * - *  Toams always ready at a moment's notico.  Agent for tho Stand ir" Oil Company.  J.   R.   HULL   &   CO.,  Succesiors to Hull Bros. S Co.,  Butchers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers  I   Beef, Pork, Etc.  KAMLOOPS  and   REVEL8TOKE.  All ordors in onr lino promptly filled.  O. H. ALLEN  The Pioneer Brewer  of Kootenay   THE REVELSTOKE BREWERY.  All work guaranteed.  Orders by mail promptly attended to.  . At It. S. Wilson's Taj lor Shop,.'  REVELSTOKE STATION, B.C.  -'   llautf  Your Valuable  Order  for all Kirids of Light Transfer  and Carting will be attended to  by     :::::'::     :  Robt. Fleming.  The delivery of parccls*to aiid-froin"trains"anir  to any part of town, will receive  28autf my careful attention.  Do Not.  Let the health of your children  be endangered. Do not allow  the stock of health that you've  stored ,up in tho summer to be  lessened.  After the excessive heat of Inst  month, have a care about disinfectants. We've studied the  subject���������think we know something about it. Can we be of  service to yon?  We have Chloride, of Lime  and Carbolic Powder in convenient tins at 25 cents each.  We have a stock of Carbolic  Ac-iel���������pure . and  crude���������anel all  rthe other disinfectants, in bulk.  The McDowell-Atkins-  Watson Co., Ltd.  "THE   DRUGGISTS,"  Mccarty block.  Geo. T. Mallory, Mgr., Revelstoke Branch.  f\   (. AN OPEN LETTER  Mr. .Old Customer:  Dear Sir,���������I beg to inform you that I  havo just received a choice line of  Scotch and Irish Tweeds, also a complete line of Fall Suitings. My workmen* who arc just from tlie cast, have a  complete knowledge of their business  and are giving great satisfaction to my  many customers. My lino of Reaely-  Madcs arc up-to-date anel good value  for tho money asked, jlwaltlng your  order at an early elate, I remain, jj  Yours sincerely,  R. S. WILSON  REVELSTOKE STATIOS".  J.   D.  CAMPBELL,  Accountant aud Auditor.  Books kept'anil accounts collected.  Business solicited and catisrnction guaranteed.  References If required,  WiiUe & SJboald's oOlci-. *->ctf  '      ,1  QOOD BREAD,  Fresh Fruits,  Ice Cream,  (  Summer Drinks,  Choicest Confectionery,-  Canned Goods  AT ROCK-BOTTOM PRICES AT  The Revelstoke Bakery Stores,  Railway St., Revelstoke Station.  Free Delivery Every Day.  PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY  *-5elw  Go lo our market garelcns, get  your produce iresh, anel good  value for your money.  R. TAPPING, Revelstoke  EVERYBODY READS THE HERALD  V  ,   -- *���������  ATGHES^*"-  1547 R0GERS BR0S.'  -    KNIVES  .  ���������  FORKS-   ������"������������������������--���������������_  AT GBY-BARBER'S,  Watchmaker and Jeweller,  C.P.R. Watch Inspector.  ,     __ j t    li..<_������"',-e-,j_.'   I-,���������    '  ,���������   _       r������EXx Dooilto Post. Office.   ���������-   -��������� -r  - A.'MeGaiRE&eO.,  wholesale dealers in -    -    _  Vegetables, Fruit and,Hay  SALMON ARM, B.C.    -   -  Write for prices.   We arc now prepared to ship  potatoes and other vegetables in carload  quantities at the lowest price on the  market.   Senel in your ordcrsand  ^-=-^-='--"   \-<rgiiarantee"'~sati',factIon_"~"    "  ���������isetf ' "     .  '    FOR THE BEST.   Vegetables,  Fruits,  Apples,  Tomatoes,  ' Potatoes,  " * Hay and Feed  At the lowest prices, and Fresh Groceries  asd Provisions, leave your  order with  ,   HUTCHISON   &  CO.,  . The Leading Grocers.  Free Delivery.  '  Men wanted  fox* Albert Canyon.  Wages, $2.25 per Day.  Work all winter.   Apply  -*������_______=________. BARRY  & ROSS.  25augtf  J. POZER'S BULLETIN BOARD  Delicious Ic*e Cream, any flavor, at my store  opposite Coursier's���������lu cts.  Fresh  Pure  Ca_s_oies,   home  made,  now on  hand.  Nice Cool Drinks at 10 cts. per glass.  Confectionery���������a choice lot at low est prices.  Dining Boom in connection.    Meals served at  any hour.  J. POZER, Front St., Revelstoke  llautf  T.   ABRIEL,  NAKUSP.  B.C.  Real Estate, Mines and Insurance  For information on mineral claims on  Cariboo Creek, write at once and get particulars, "gmrtf  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, No. 1658.  Regular mt*etings aro he'd in th"  Oddfellows' Hall on the secoid and  fourth Wedne-days of each month at  7:3" p m. Visiting brethren cordially  invited.  Adair, W.M.       T. J. Graham, R. S.  Scarcely had  the   public  recovered  from lhe shock of beholding two Mich  staunch   supporters   of  the party of  political purity as Mr. Cameron, ALP.,  and Mi*. AlcGillicuddy,  editor  of   the  Godcrich    Times    bespattering   cae-h  other with  charges of-nepotism  and  ollice hunting, when   Mr.  King,  who  was recently appointed--.to a   position  in, the "newly   created"' Immigration  Bureau at Winnipeg,  and still   more  recently removed from, the   job.  provides them with another political sensation.     According    to  Mr.   Sifton's  statement in making the,appointment  King  ''was appointed".by   me  solely  and entirely for what I'.believe to  be  his peculiar fitness 'for .the duties  of  his, office."    According to Mr. King  there were other coiisiflera lions.    In  fact if Mr. King owed Ills job in  the  Immigration   Btnean   to   Mr. Sifton,  Mr. Sifton  "under providence"  owes  his position as Minister of the Interior,  in great measure lo Mr. King "who by  the judicious management of the entire South Manitoba press formed the  public sentiment in AIiv Sifton's favor,  .which ultimately ensured his election  by acclamation."   To  another gentleman called Speers,- "who held the position of Liberal candidate so long, until  on his resignation, there was no  time  for another to be supplied!" Jlr. Sifton,  "under providence;" according to Mr.  King,   also   partly   owes  his present  exalted position.     Curiously *cnotigh  this Mr. Speers has since' tho dec-lion  been   apointed    "under    providence"  im in ignition   agent  at  Brandon,   no  no doubt solely and entirely for what  Mr. Sifton believed to bu his peculiar  fitness  for' the  duties  of  the  ollice  The Grit providence has a large number of rather oiu'io'us'.mutlers*  to   answer for. - But Mr. King could not get  on with Mr. AlcCrea*ry,_jvho ,wns also  doubtless  appointed- ccMnmissioner of  the new immigration -Jb'tireau  "under  providence" on account?of his peculiar  fitness for lhe duties of".the-office,,but  who according to- MrvKing "neither  knew what to do.hiui~vIf'nor,could he,  direct    others,     while:   of.     foreign  languages  he, was   totally   ignorant,  having no exp(erience'-but in   a small  office as general utility lawyer."   Mr.  King,   however,   allows    that    Commissioner McCreary was equal  to.the  occasion at one critical juncture.   He  had charged the government with $5  a day whilst travelling, in addition  to  his    Pullman    expenses   and   meals,  which   amount'- the   deputy, minister  "under - providence" of  the Interior,  Mr. Jas. A Smart, did not think would  passthe* Auditor  General;   a, gehtle-  Hii1uir"wlii_r"lTappily��������� feir  this   country  does not owe his appointment,  under  the Grit providence, to  Mr.. Sifton's  peculiar notions of  official   capacity.  After a fortnight's cogitation over the  returned accounts, the commissioner,  who "did it all   himself," .made- out  another    detailed     statement   "with  different   items   but   with, the  same  total."     Commissioner    McCreary   is  solid.    If a feat of that k'nd-does not  "under providence" entitle a 'staunch  supporter of the government of political purity to a permanent billet, nothing-will.  The "vigorous immigration policy"  promised the country"by the Liberal  party before the last election has  apparently resolved itself.into a vigorous appointment ot good 'Grits to a  number of new immigration bureaus  aud agencies and there stopped. Alf.  Jury, labor agitator and master tailor  of Toronto has gone to tell farmei-s in  England about the ngricultuial resources of Ontario and Manitoba. Mi-.  Devlin took a change of air and occupation from trying ineffectually to  swallow the sunny settlement of the  school question, in persuading the  inhabitant" of the Emerald Isle to try  immigration to the Northwest ns a  remedy for their injuriesand injustices.  Mr. Sheppard i.s drawing a salary  primarily for having dese.ited the  wicked Tory party, secondly for doing  something connected with immigration  in South America, thu exact nature of  which has not hitherto been very  clearly explained. Lord Aberdeen's  butler is giving, at the expense of the  people of Canada, the results of his  observations on the resources. and  prospecls of the Northwest and Manitoba from the hind end of his lordship's  special car to the inhabitants of his  native home in Scotland. AU through  the Northwest and Manitoba Grit  partisans have been appointed to jobs  by Mr. Sifton and province, some of  which were made to order, and others  rendered available by the dismissal of  officials, who were giving entire satisfaction to the public in the discharge  of their duties. The only visible result  of all  this vigor has been the totally  unexpected and entirely unappreciated  arrival in Canada in large numbers of  a kind of savages from Central Europe  called Gallii-iaus. Iu point of fact the  vigorous immigration policy has so fat*  been a dismal failtue, and the sidelight thrown by Mr. King on the inner  workings of lhe Manitoba Im migration  Bureau goes a very long way lo explain  why. When the chief occupation for  one whole fortnight of the head of the  bureau was to cover up his tracks in  defrauding the>,department eiut of five  dollars a day for expenses on a trip to  Ottawa, there is small reason for wonder why this newly established bureau  gives no adequate value to the people  of Canada for the money expended on  its support. And as long as Mr, Sif-  ton'snotionof "peculiarfllness" "under  providence"-'for appointment to ollice,  is that the appointee rendered him  personally some more or less dubious  and dirty service in helpiughis election  so long will it be hopeless for Canadians to expect to receive any adequate  seivice for the salaries which they  draw and tei wliich they are entitled*,  and the other little rake oils, which  they alio draw, if providence permits  anil the Auditor General nod's, without being entitled at all.  THOMSON'S . LANDING  The Gold Discovery on McDugal Creek  ���������Eight Feet of Carbonates on Mohawk Creek���������The Ruby Silver Group  on 12 Mile Creek���������Social and Bus-  ness Items. ��������� ���������* .  From Our Own Correspondent.  Thomson's Landing, Sept. 9.���������Joe  Jerouse and Billy Jerard have located  a number of very promising looking  claims on Mohawk creek, a tributary  of Pool creek. They are reported to  have over 8 feet of carbonates worth  over $200 per ton. In fact the mountain is dc*scribed-us a muss of carbonates. ' ,  Win. Nutter has just came in from  McDngal creek. He reports that they  are now down 9 feet, and that the pay  streak is now 30 inches wide.mil seems  to improve as depth is attained. They  have sent oufmore samples-lor assay.  A gold strike was,reported to have;  been made near the Landing." The  ore is similar to that on "Gainer creek  with one trifling difference. The gold  in the Gainer creek, ore is worth over  $1,100 to the ton while there is only  from a trace to a few dollars in the  new find. Parties purchasing claims  should be careful and have them examined before purling with their  money.  Geo. Whitson and J. Ferris while  doing development work, on the  Mystery in Galena Bay Pass struck. 4  feet of good concentrating ore- which  carries $6 iu gold.  ���������The Silver Cup is to coinmence-ship-  ping on Monday.  The Lade Bros, shipped two wagon  loads of gold ore last week, which has  been sampled at Kaslo, and went over  $1,100 to the Ion.  Dan Keen and<*a few men are repairing the* road to the deep water landing.  The Thomson Landing Jockey Club  will hold its next annual meeting at  the Exchange on the 25th of this  month.  It is reported that Jlr. T. W. Grahame is going to London, Eng., to  organize a company anel secure the  capital necessary to work the McDugal creek gold mines.  Joe Bellway and C. Wadsworth  madu a rich strike and located 5 claims  on 12 Mile creek, a tributary of Fish  creek. The lead is 12 feet wiile and  lias 3 feet of shipping galena on the  surface and also carries some gold.  This group of claims is to be known as  the Ituby Silver Group.  One of our handsome young business  men is soon going to California on* a  visit. It. is reported that ho will return in double harness.  Alessrs. Beaton and Thomson have  moved into their new 'residence on  Grandview Hill.  The Spokane Fair.  L. K. Armstrong, who is in charge  of the mineial exhibit at the fair, says  he will have no trouble getting exhibits this year. His trouble fiom now  on will be to know what to do with all  the specimens that are .sent. People  in all the camps are promising to senel  good specimens of what their section  of the country can produce. Some of  the camps that are fart.heil away will  have as large and as fine exhibits as  any.  "There will be a fine exhibit from  Revelstoke and the Big Bend of the  Columbia," said Professor Armstrong  this morning. "The Triune mine alone  will furnish a fine display of ore and  the entire section will make up an exhibit of gold that will be of great value.  Other camps near ami far propose to  do the same thing.  "The Canadian Pacific has agreed to  transport all exhibits over their lines  free of charge. The; United States  treasury department is also working  for us and has agreed to admit all exhibits free of charge. There; will be  no trouble about getting a good mineral exhibit this year."���������Spokane  Chronirle.  [We have thought over everything  but the "Triune mint''' has us fairly  outclassed.���������Ed. Herald.!  SHOT   IN   THE   ANKLE  Constable    Page   Wings   an   Escaping  Prisoner with a Revolver  On Wednesday evening a man  named Murphy got his supper .-it the  Union hotel anel tendered the proprietor two bits in payment. Alt'. H.  A. Brown, who litis recently been victimized more than once by impecunious .strangers -standing -treat and  telling him to "mark it up on ice*,"  en- getting meals and then impolitely  and forcibly requesting him to go  somewhere else for the money, demanded the full payment of 50 cents,  on which Alurphy became abusive  and Air. Brown first oidered him out  of the house and then took holel of  him to put him out. In the struggle,  which went on first in the office and  then on the verandah, Murphy struck  Brown with something, which is supposed tei be a bottle, and cut his cheek  pretty badly. While they were still  struggling constable Page came by on  a rig on his way to catch a freight for  Albert Canyon. Ho jumped out and  arrested Murphy, but as his handcuffs  were iu his valise, did not put them on  his prisoner. Page got his man along  all right as far as the corner of Petti-  piecc'o livery stable, when Alurphy  broke from him and ran "towards-the  bush, saying, "I guess I won't go any  further with you." Page culled to him  to stop two or three .times, and then  fired a revolver which he had with  him, more with the intention of bringing the fugitive'to a standstill than  anything else. The shoe took effect  on Murphy's ankle and brought him  down. He was taken to the hospital  and lay there one night, being re-  nioved.to the jail next day.  The above is the official���������and as far  as the HeiiaIjD knows accurate���������account' of au occurrence which has  occasioned a good deal' of talk and  feeling in town. The Hekald fully  recognizes the fact that law and order  must be maintained, and that' considerable promptness and clutermina*  tion is necessary to enable the.sn.aU  handful of'police provided by the-pro-  vince to-control the elements of disorder latent in Kootenay. At ���������the  same time revolvers, even in the hands  of a constable, are .ugly things to  which resort should only be made in a  bust extremity. Their use merely to  scare a prisoner is not to be recommended. One can hardly help thinking  that it was more by good luck than  good management that Alurphy did  not get the bullet in'some part of his  body" where the injury might have  been a good deal more serious, if not  fatiTIT^-^rany^ti^tlier-HEitALD pre-  fers to suspend any judgment on the  matte'- until the case has been fully  ventilated   in   the, police   court  and  A POINT FOR SILVER  BANK OF- ENGLAND WILL HOLD  ONE-FIFTH IN SILVER.' -, ."  Superintendent Duchesnay   Leaving.'for'4-. .  the Stickeen River to* Survey a Rail-"  way Route to the Yukon���������A Serious '*  Railway Collision���������Starvation Staring  the Yukon Miners in the Face���������Thirty  Men Killed in a Dynamite  Explosion.'    '  (Special.to the Herald.)  Londox,   Sept.   IL���������The   Bank   of  England'has consented _ to ' hold one'-. ���������  fifth of its reserve in'silver.  -  ��������� Ottawa,     Sept.     11. ��������� Sir    Oliver,  Alowat  accepts the'Lieut. Governor-.  ship of Ontario with  the "understand--'  ing that David  -Mills gels his ^present,  portfolio.  Johannesburg, Sept. 11���������An explosion of dynamite in the mines 'vesterday'  killed 30 men. .*-  ���������    ",  .. *-- ���������.-  _  Sa>'    Francisco, .  Sept.    11'.���������The I .  steamer Cleveland arrived last night'*  and brings word that winter has set in*  at Dawson,City.     Food,js scarce and*  the miners who seek   for  gold > must''- v  seek first for food or starve.-   , _   ,'.-.. - ^ '  Denver, Col., Sept. 11.���������A head-on.,'- j  collision occurreel yesterday between a*-  Rio   Grand- passenger,- ti;ain -and .iV, .  fieight on the Midland railway." Mauy,.  passengers were, killed  and* wounded.:  Conductor  Burbank -of    the   freight .  takes'  the  blame,   and'says'that7 he.,,  looked at the wrong time table for the;  leaving of the passenger train. *: * '_ " '-'   \  Ottawa,   Sept.   il. ��������� The    British',  Yukon Co. are looking for the_ neces-'  s.-ny plant to build a line of  railway-; ,  through the White Pass."   -    ' *   '  VancohverI    Sept.-   11.���������Engineer,"*  Duchesnay and a competent'staff are* "  leaving   to   survey   the  all ���������Canadian/ ���������  route for a railway to be-built by,' the" -  C. P. It. from the Stikeen river to'-Tes-^*  Iin Lake and the Yukon.     . ,-    - O-V1-*'"  Murphy's   side  ascertained.  of  the  story can   be  * '" * I  -"-   --GAINER-GREEK GOLD-'.*'."'.'" '  j: "s   3   *- ',-/',",  ***  Twelve Hundred Dollars to the'-Ton."'*-.' -  -  It is reported that*the two tons of  free milling ore from  the "Lade "Bfeis/1  claim   which   was- sent" to "the Kaslo  sampler went S1200 to the ton in- gold,*  HUNG-UP TILL SPRING.  The Steamer Nakusp  Aground  at  the  Mouth of the Kootenay.  On Tuesday evening last about dusk  a serious nccitlent happened to the s. s.  Nakusp that may for a time somewhat  disorganize the lake service of the C.  P. It. Co.. which has worked throughout the summer without a hitch. The  Nakusp was Hearing Hudson in charge  of Captain Gore and had passed the  mouth of the Kootenay river when iu  the rapids she unexpectedly slewed olf  to starboard, and becoming unmunge  able took the ground. Efforts to get  her olf were unsuccessful. She is  lying on an even keel, and  since she toeik the ground the  water has fallen about six inches.  There is little or no cargo on board  and as a consequence no relief can be  hail.by lightening lier. It appeal's to  be a case of cither launching her again  in a particiilarlv difficult place or of  waiting six months for the next high  water to take her off. Capt. Gore the  company's superintendent is now in  charge and every effort will be made  to get the Nakiu-p afloat. Her passengers came up on tbe s. s. Kootenay  tind were eloepient in praise^ of tbe  courteous treatment they received during their compulsory detention.  Tlie Nakusp i.s in 110 sort of danger  where she lies and in the meantime  the s. -s. Lytton that recently nu.de  the trip into the Big Benel is taking  her place. The new fast steamer  "Itos.sl.-ind" now building at Xakusp is  expected to be launched in about two  months time. Her engines are now  being fitted in her. She will lie the  fastest steamer on the lakes and will  make the round trip between Arrowhead and Rolison daily.  'A Visit to the Public School.    V  A Herald reporter paid a- visitr'the'" '  other day to the public'school in' com-"  pany with Mr.  Landmark;' the' 'activey*  and energetic secretary of the -school ;-  _b^.rf.__-_-__Pi-iiicipali.-_AIcTaggai"t==,WHS^==  found hard at work .imparting-information in geography,  arithmetic and ;  other branches of learning. The pupils .*  were for the most partready jWith' a  bright and intelligent answer, though .  an occasional hopeless scanning of the'  floor and ceiling, winding up  with it-'''  long shot at  the correct 'answer;' re- '  minded one forcibly of- the  joys' 'and -   '  ameuities      of       one's-   own     boy-    '  hood.    The    girls   wound    up     the '". ���������  morning's exercises by a Very grace-   -  ful exhibition of calisthenics.    In Aliss  Evans' room the"little; ones were  busy  at their writing and drawing, shew-'  "  ing no small amount of excellence in  copying  the  designs' on    the ��������� blackboard.   A set of six  fresh  wall maps -  and a new black board have just- been  placed in the senior room,.making a  gi eat improvement in its   appearance'  and   in   convenience   to, master   ami  pupils.   There were 05 children  in  at-"-  tendance in both  rooms.   The rooms  are nice and light and airy and' every- '-  thing has a cheery   and comfortable--  *  appearance.   A concert to tie given by  the childien is to he; given  shortly- to  raise funds.to pay'a caretaker for  the  winter   months   to   keep   the    rooms  swept, light lamps and fires,   keep  the *  roads round the  buildings open and  the roofs clear of snow.       ' '  ^.'-  Metal Quotations.  New Yi3Ri", Sept. 11.��������� Bar silver,  51 cents.  Le*,-itl���������St rong : Broker's price, 81.;  exchange price. $1.35 to Si.Ul.  Copper���������Strong ; Bi okers price,  Sll.l'; exchange'. .$11.10 to ������11.35.  The Lanark Mine  Wild rumors have been floating  round town for the last week that the *  "Lanark mine had petered out," and ;  that they were packing up all the machinery with the intention of shipping  it. There is no truth in these reports.  The new superintendent, Air. Moynell, "  is opening up new ground "exactly as  the Herald informed its readers-  some weeks ago that it was his intention to do. There is no doubt the  mine has been badly mishandled, but  plenty of ore could be got even now  without much trouble by sinking in  the tunnel. There are as a matter of  fact over 20 men now employed, some  uf whom are doing fiesh development  work which ���������will eventuallv render  accessible larger bodies of "ore than  ever. The mistake made hitherto has  been that this new development work  bas been neglected. There will be an- -  other meeting of the directors at  Laurie as soon as the partv return  from their trip through the Lardeau.,  which will be. it is expected, by this  afternoon's train. ��������� '���������lAM*a*.+.������lxr~Ki\**'<  ���������*j**-\.rt'~J **"'^"JSVS^vt ^"tV.'^^i'U-.&y^  >*ut������g>* ���������t*vw ���������Wf*tWt+ ---"������������������  38.  s.*  it.  il.  I  i  *v  IV  p;  If.  :* *  iii  H'-  -'r-T  Revelstoke  Herald  Published in interosts of  Revelstoke, Lardeau, Bis Bond,    rout Lako  Hlocillewaet, Albert Canyon, Jordan  Pass and Eaglo Pass Districts.  JOHNSON & PETTIPIBCK  Proprietors and Publishers  A. Beml-"Veo**y Joornal. published in tho  Inlcreeto of Rovelstoko and tho surrounding  district, Wednesdays and Saturdays, making  closest connections with all tralnB.  Advertising Rates: Display otlB, ?1."0 nor  column Inch. J2.00 per inch when lnsertedon title  page. 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Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoke, 6; C.  C. B. HUME <& COMPANY  Agente:  RAM LAL'S TEA  Wholesale M F,R C H A NTS     Retail  Agents :  Victoria Powder Oo.  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS-.  1. All correspondence must be legibly  written on one Bide of tbe papor only. '  3. Correspondence containing personal  matter must be Bigned with tho pr per namo  of the writer.  3. Correspondence with reference to any  thing that haa appeared In another pav.or  must first be offered for publication to that  paper before it can appear in TnE Herald.  Bound for the Hills  Prospectors and miners should not leave for the hills without having a look at this stock. We  carry full lines of first class Provisions, Men's Clothing, Goodyear's Kip Boots, Prospectors Shoes (a  special line), H. B. Blankets, Mining and Prospecting Picks, long handled spring pointed Shovels, Striking  Hammers, Jessopp's Steels, Blacksmiths' Anvils and Bellows, Giant Powder 40, 60 and 75 per cant, Fuses  and Detonators.  The Building Boom  Wc have made arrangements to meet the demands which the rapid increase of orders in tho building  trade has caused this season. Our lines of Builders' Hardware are very complete. Nails, .'wire and'cut, all  sizes and kinds; Locks and Knobs, Hinges, Window Fasteners; Building Paper of various kinds, Tar,, Paper;  Linseed Oil, Boildcd and Raw; Varnishes, Turpentine, Shellac, White Lead, Dry Paints, (a large aseo'rtmcnl *.  Mixed Paints, Brushes, White Wash Brushes. ���������....    -..'  The Liberal Owen Sound Sun  believes that in many respects the  Laurier government is worthy of  the support and confidence of  intelligent citizens. But while  freely admitting the government's  virtues, it in common with many  Reform papers i9 of opinion that  there is grave danger of the  Liberal party running into the  very same vices as their predecessors were guilty of. Recent  events make the present an  opportune moment, if there ever  was one in the history of Canada,  for the untrammelled, free and  independent press to speak  out in protest against corruption,  extravagance, place-hunting and  low politic il i-ic-is in high places.  Fortunately for the Liberal party,  adds the Sun, and fortunately for  the country at large- there are  papers which cannot bo muzzled���������  which are determined to tell tbe  truth and speak their mind no  matter what the consequences.  One of these papers is the Sirncoe  Reformer, another is the Goderich  Signal, and still a third is the  Dundas True Banner, all of which  are vigorously lecturing the  leaders of their party.  Next month we will have a talk with you about general  Dry Goods  Something else you all want to hear about, which is  Carpets  Stores at Revelstoke Station, Revelstoke, Trout Lake City and Ferguson  ON A SHAET OF LIGHT  SOUND  TRANSMITTED    ALONG    AN  INTANGIBLE WIRE.  A feature of politics is the passing away of the Patron sentiment  whicli a couple of years ago  aroused a large portion of the  electorate. If the Patrons were in  earnest they ought to be on deck  _protesting^a~ainst_th~_e"traya-y  gance of the Liberals. Their movement, however, was not altogether  in vain. It served a good purpose  in many ways, not least in moderating party opinion and bringing  the parties closer together. The  general policy of the present government differs little from that of  its predecessor.  The Edmonton Bulletin points  out that today the government  "is paying as miic-: to the Indian  packers oE police and government  official supplies across the Chilcoot  Pass as would cut a horse and  cattle trail all the way from  Edmonton to the Clondike, and  make Canada independent of tbe  United States in the matter of the  transport at least of its troops and  government officials." Waking up  a government is a slow proces~,  but a few considerations like this  ought to open their eyes.  The Itcinarliablo Invention of a Dolicute  Instrument "Which Transmits Speech  '-Clirougli a Sunbeam���������May Knuble Us  to Hear tlio Music of llio Spheres.  Imagine making one's voice heard on  another plauet! To be-.ir the actual words  nnd tones of beings���������i������ they exist ami  have speech aud reason���������who are separated lrom us- by millions of miles of  empty space! There is iiotliing, probably, which to Uie ordinary man woulel  seem more hopelessly impossible than  this. To those who have some, knowledge of science the difficulty would seem  even more insuperable. Sound is the  vibration of air; in a vacuum" silence  roijrns forever. If lifted above the atmosphere, the wildest clangor o������ bells  would be stilled, . the heaviest cannon  would hurl its bolt without a whisper.  How, then, is it conceivable that any  sound should ever be carried tbroush tlie  interstellar void?  How signals might be transmitted to  the eye���������from Wars,' for example, if  creatures of suflicient intelligence dwell  there���������is easily understood. But sound���������  that is eiuite another matter.  Yet science hn-s solved the problem.  This does not mean that apparatus of  sufficient power and sensitiveness have  actually been constructed: the difficulties  In the way of an experiment on a scale  of such magnitude are too formidable,  and tbe cost would be ruinous.-  -���������But-" tin. -moans-have��������� boen-fonnd;���������tJic  impossibility, has vanished: the remainder of the problem is more mechanical de*-  tail. Just as the telescope m-iy conceivably be perfected until wc can -sc_e the*  minutest objocti anel look the Martian,  if he is there, in the face, so, by tho  perfecting of this new sort of telesco-;v\  we m-ny h(*ar his words if he has the  gift of spec-ch.  Por tlie instrument by which all this  is to be accomplished may very properly  be called a telescope���������but with a difference. Of course, no wiri������s can eve*r be  stretched from .tlio earth to n flying  planet. There is but one possible medium.  It is propositi to telephone along the  tbvs of a shaft of light.  It has not only .been proposed; it litis  already hevn done*, thoit-rh not yet  tliroiurh interplanet.ijy distance-".. P.ut if  light can curry .w'.iitnl for a single milp it  can carry it to the* enelt of the* uiiivcr������.\  anti thi������ perhn,pi is rc-nlly no moro wonderful than the* .fact that throiich light,  by mc*tiivs  of  the Rpootro-srope^,  \v<*    run  when exposed to eiifftisptl daylight showed a rcRrst'.uiee of only GOO ohms.  Now when one talks tlirongh an ordinary tele-phono tnuiRniitter his voi'.-o  causes n I bin sheet iron diaphragm to  vibrate back and forth, and this vibration causes a corresponding variation in presstne upon a pie_e of carbon  which forms part of. nn electric ch-ouir.  Thus the coniluciivity of the circuit is  varied, a Mil what is called an undulating  current results. Uie variations in strength  corresponding exactly to the cniuproc-  sicus !i..>il rarefactions of the air produced by-Mlie sound waves.  A.t the other end or llie line this varying current oSjCleclricily is niaelc to p.-i=-s  through Uie cir'."sP.r tin electric lnnznct.  Rinsing its liiti-riuiteKiii lo vary in like  manner; and fcliiO^slthis in vibration  a seretiil iliaplii'iigin lVoxtict synchronism with that in the t\*ii';niittci\ gives  rise to air, vivos prccfsi^v.lil'.e those  pr-efiiicod b*v the sneaker.     5>^S>-  Thus, nltlinn'sh Hie sound itself is not  Iransmillrel over tlie Hup. ."-" it is through  a Kiicnkuig lube, we have at the fiu-thi'i-  ei*el an exnet reproduction of the original  spi'tvl waves.  It is clear that any other method nf  varying an eli*e;trie*.il current in correspondence with sound wav*-* would answer the same purpose. It was only  pecewary to Pud a pre\pcr medium; and  in view of the peciil'nr property .of  ������rlf***'i*ni nlrpfelv explained, it occurred  tn rroffwnr TU'll Unit if be ineltteletl a.  nie^e nf ihw rri-ttil in an pWtric circuit,  anel ceitld eliscover n wav of rn-ying the  intromit*.* of th" l'ght thn! fi-11 upon it.  ho cruiiel retiroduce a serie-s of tte-iutiel  tftu-K wliich in every partienlnr would  eei.o those at the <*.th"r pnd of the line  ^v*.*r-h -rave rise to i!\p variation. !"_-  perime.it proveel bis iliporv correct; he  siiwe.'wl. literally, in talking along a   -j* i-.~i.e-    - jj.... . _  owns  Wholesale dealeis iu  Premier Laurier got a wonderful  reception from his compatriots in  Quebec and Ottawa and the  enthusiasm of the admiring  multitude must have stirred the  cockles of his heart. In evoking  the enthusiasm of the masses he  more nearly approaches Sir John  Macdonald than any living  Canadian statesman.  OGILVIE'S OPINION  Being asked as to the likelihood of  the Govtmment adopting the measure  levyine a tribute of 20 per cent, more  or less upon the gold taken out, Mr.  Ogilvie said he did not believe the  report.  "I have-been called to Ottawa on  business that is wholly incompatible  with anv such policy," he said. "Such  a course would put an immediate check  upon the developmentof the country���������  stop it entirely, perhaps���������and the development o������ the resources of the  country is the first desire of the Government," said Mr. Ogiivi".  TALKING TO JIAUS.  anaivzc the remotest star und say with  certainty   that  it contains  iron  and  mj-  diuui   anil  other well  known  nietnN.  Let us not be hasty in helling limits to  what science inn J" elo by unexpected me-  Uiods-  I'lioto-phone is a more exact name for  an instrument which c.irries weinl-t on  the wings of light, and so it has been  christened by its inventor, I'rofe'S-iiir  Alexander Graham Ue-11,. who, it N reported, is now busily engaged in pt_.rr-.-ct-  ing it.  His success in this bold attempt to  substitute a bundle.' of light rays foe* the  electric current anel the telephone wi-*o  depended upon a peculiar property possessed in any appreciable; degree only by  the metal selenium, upon the electrics!I  properties of which liidit has a marked  influence. It was found that when this  metal, whidi in many of its chemical .in 1  physical properties resembles Bulphur  lind tellurium, if. subjected for some  time to a heat of 100 degrees and then  slowly cooled it assumes a crystalline  structure tho electrical qualities of whie'h  vary remarkably ' with the intensity of  the light to which it is exposed.  Thns a given specimen, the resistance  of which in  the dark was 1200 ohms,  IT;-* mole of prceednre 5= as follow'-:  Tnt-ii*"- i.s hi*= s^nree nf li-_r.it a poneil  nf s'liil'cht _iilm.iti.*el tlironcb a small  -iT>e--'-t-ire, or nn are lamp. *be ray; nf  wliier* v?r.rn rJ-nelerf-el T*e|r'*.llf'l by lieins  r,:, = jj^l Uij-r,-���������_-!] a snStai'.lp ]en=. lie ve-  flec'p'l t'*e-e ,:iys n* tbe p"!"' whore the  mp*"*~n w<-- 'o If- r'*et*ireil h- mrans ol"  n tliiti ilitipin-irrm of mien, which, boing  ������;i]vor."d. ������Tve*l ���������"* a mitrr.r.  Tn order to ;n1en������nfy th" effect a iKim-  hn'.'c mirror w*- ������*t up rt the rfeeivinE  ?.t-ition into tvli'eh "lie rav= w>:<" il'"������-*r-  e*d. and by -vliv-li tliey tvt-i* f.^usse.l ^t  a cintrle pr'tit. At i1*!-* rf^tit w-i* nla-*ed  n bit of tele-ninni Ineln'h'el ill .1 Ineill tel'.'-  pboni" circuit, anil the apparatus was  cf-tpplt-te.  Po long as Hie retle^ljng dftipbr_i_rm���������  vbie-h. it will le reiiienil,rre'i. wns a  plrrn c^i-v.i-n nf silver illicit���������r^'mnineil  nu*et.iill ' .���������i.vo were pon..enfrflleel upon  Uie selenium of the focus of the para-  belie mirror, and the electrie-.il current  re mninccl ste-ndy; but the moment a  oe.itnel was nttere-el through the trans-  iiiitn-i- the sensitive mien wns set in  vibration, becoming alternately coneav<  and   convex.  When convex it dispersed the* rays,  nn<l wlien e-oni-'.-ive*. ir eoneenirafeil them  .it a point much nenre-r the parabolic,  mirror. In both cases the result wi������  the same;���������the amount ot light fneu'setl  on the selenium was diminished, and  this variation was in exact corresjyjnd  enc-e with the sound waves acting on the  mica.  The variations in the onndnctivity of  the seleniiim varied in strength of the  plpctt-ic erun-ent passiiic through it in  tlie s-nme manner, and the sounds were  reproduced in the nMinl way.  *I*be rest is merely a question of the  size of tho apparatus and it-i perfect  adjustment. If a refleetrir���������or a feries of  reflectors ma/le to vibrate in unison by  means of an clpctric current���������large*  onotigb to turn an appreciable "vara of  light upon the earth could be set np in  Mars, nnd a parabolic reepiver of ade-  qnato dimensions constructed npon the  earth, the speech of the Martians might  be heard upon our planet. The theory  Is flawless.  Tt is doubtless an n.stonneling project���������  lhis of telephoning across the abysses of  empty space���������but in view of nil that Iin  ce.me te> pass it is jnst as well not to be  too dogma He.  Why tho Tfn "Vnsn'l Strong.  "I don't sec why the tea is never  strong enough," said the complaining  brtrder.  "Because the cook is a woman, cx-  pbiiiieil the Cheerful Idiejt.  "<".an'\ a woman make strong tea?"'  "Not according to the poet. 'Frail tei  thy name is woman,' you know he says."  ���������Indianapolis  Journal.  Ills Aclvlro.  Wife���������"Dear, lhe doctor ewiys it is neces-  Bary for me to take a trip across the  water. What do you think I would better do?  UusbajWjr-Get another doc to.-.���������Puck.  BEB  lie-  rre.ve-el  Itl-j   IIoncKly.  This is the story of nn honst man���������  n man who was willing to pay one and  a quarter million dollars to prove to the  worlel t.'i.U he -.v.-.s the man whom Diogenes is said to l"iv" sought with a  jnni-prn. Horatio Holtemlpy. for tint  is his uome*. was his own TMogenes, ror  In* iliseo-i-ie-i! liimsi'lr. niiic'li to the sm--  rri=e anel eii-light cf irs ereditor.s. who  had no holt! upon him. save that of  brnor.  Jlr. Bottemlc-y was managing director  uf a priiir.ii--' eonipniiv in Tjondon. T'ng..  calleel the Ir.-tusar.] Prititinr: Company,  and his -dr-a _wa_f to orga*ii:;e all the  printjng p.-.'-aliiinriment' in  Englaiul into  r-ne   ciirnmie   trust.. The     capital   was  ~T ,S i ."i.000. but so gorgemis woref-! He"  prespee's Unit it was s'tbseribeil within  a few day-;. The erasb in lhe South  African   mining market  aud  tlio failure  HAS A  "1,250,000 CONSCIENCE.  of the Barings brought things down  about tin- heyeltj of the directors.   ,  Stormy' meetings of shareholders followed, a* wliich the life of Mr. Bottom-  ley wa3 rt-i/.-;i.teelly tbreiitcnwl, and be  was twice iiMciultcd. A committee was  appointee] to !ex>k into Uie''aIT.-iira ot the  union aiyi lal-orct] for ne*firly a year.  Then, on March 1, 1802, Bottomley," Sir  Henry Isaacs, bis brother and Dollmun  were 3rres,te������f] on a criminal charge of  conspiring to derfraud Uio union out of  SI5* 1.000 in lhe sale and purcha-ie of  the Bridge Mill and the Athcii.-teum  Printing  "Vorlai.  They Tv..-re trie__el before Ttistico IIiw-  kins and a jury, the trial lasting nearly  a year, at tin; enel of whieJi time they  were ticqniite-el. The nfTairs of the Hansard Union were wound up an-1 thon-  ���������=ands of poor investors were mineel. So  much misery was canseel hy this failure  that Botlomley er.lleeti-i) ~I~0,00<) for  their immediitte'relief. Then lie drc.pp-._il  from  public- gaze fe.r  five years.  ���������Ttist what Mr. Boftr.mley diel during  this interim is not known. But nt the  latter part of la.-* month lie created (lie  greatest astonishment by culling a meeting nf the cre-elitnrs and shareholders of  the union to meet him In the great parlor  of the f.nniifin Street Motel.  Thp first nnil only spe-aker was TTor.i-  tio Bt.ttoTnle-.v. He began by alluding i������  tbe last previous meeting of the shareholders, st.mp six years before; when he  wa.s i-Psoiilfi'd, jeered ami hooted. Then  he trace-el tbe history of U>" union, ascribing its failure to the et.llapse nf Ihe  Barings and the* unfortunate' conditions  prevailing at the time.  Then he dwelt upon varintis phase? of  the provrriiti'eii .-i-ittst him and his its-  sneiafes. nnel ltir--lii-(l bv gii-'ng lei n  ceinuniltee e.f lhe share hnl.lt-rs .~l.~.")0.lifl0  wilhnr.t     re. Irii-lini'.'i    or    roiiililiniis���������to  t-l'.ii-  M-   "*i.. *    ii...     N.-*v  ever.i beiily,  inchiil'ng the I'-ritisJi papers, is npplind-  tag .Mr. BoHuulcy as an bnncst man.  es, Spirits and Cigars.  Agents for K. W. Karn Co.'s Pianos, and the Goold Bicycles Co.'s Celebrated Bicycle  Revelstoke, British Columbia.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  METHODIST OHURCII ��������� Kovclstoko.  Preacb-'ng ser\ico3 at 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m. class meotine at the closo of the  morning service, fcabbsth School and Bible  Class at 2:30 p.m. weekly prayer meeting  every Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. Tho  public aro cordially invited.   Soats freo.  HEV. J. A. WOOD. Pastor.  CHURCH OF ENGLAND ��������� Rovelstoko  Servicos: Daily, evening prayer 5, p.m.  except on Fridays when it Is at 7 p. m.  with addroPB. SundayB". Holy Communion  8 a.m., morning prayer 11. ovoning prayer 7:30'  First Sunday in month'Holy Communion at  morning services. __  lTtiVHKA, FORD Vicar.  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-Reyolstokc.  x Servico every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m. Bib'o Class at 2-30 p.m., to which  all aro welcome' Prayer meeting at 8 p.m,  every Wednesday.  ^_-^_=,__ _=___BEV._P_, D. MUIR. Poster.  ROMAN   CATHOLIC   CHURCH���������Revelstoke.    Mass  fourth   tounaay in month  at 10 "0 a.m. ������  REV. FATHER PEYTAVIN.  TliE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated by Ao of Parliament, 1855  ilerchant's Hotel  Illecillewaet, B. C  First-class in every respect.    Good accommodation.   Best-  Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.      . *  W. <J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House  ���������hi ��������� ii m i 'I,1 i,uy  The' largest hotel . in  town..      Centrally    located  '"Ohoico"Wines;���������Liquors���������aDd-^Cigars ' '    ""���������~-v-'  Best    accommodation.     -.   Eates    $1     per   "day.  St.   Leon   Hot   Springs, - on Upper. - Arrow Lake,  run in connexion.'.  Paid up Capital  Rest Fund   -  Head Office-  $2,000,000  - 1,400,000  -Montreal  BOARD OF DIRECTORS  W .Molson Macpherson, President  S, H. Ewing, Vice-President  W. M. Ramsay Henry Archbald  Samuel Finley   J. P. Cleghorn  il. Markland Molson  V. Wolferstan Thomas, Gen. Manager  A. D. Durnford,  Inspector  H. Lock wood, Assistant Inspector  The bank receives on favourable  termsthe accounts of individuals,firms,  bankers and municipal and other  corporations. -'   .  Interest allowed on deposits at  current rates.  Knglish and American exchange  bought and sold at lowest rates.  BRANCHES :  1/  Aylmer, Ont;  Brockville, Ont.  Calgary, 'Alta:  Clinton, Ont.  Exeter, Ont.  Hamilton, Ont,  London, Ont.  Meaford, Ont.  Montreal, P. Q.  St. Catharine  St. Branch.  MorriHburg.Ont.  Norwich, Ont."  Ottawa, Ont.  Owen Sound, Ont.  Ridgetown, Ont.  Smiths Falls, Ont  Sorel. P. Q.  St. Thomac, Ont.  Toronto, Ont.  TorontoJunc'n.Ont  Trenton, Ont.  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Fleming  Than you can afford to  steal if and take the  chances of. being caught  Di*ay  -t -^ j^H Spe. ialty  iMy How Prices  V  LkEE & RT^IHSOH       I  Sailders and Dealers it-  Carriages.  Buggies,   Buck boards  Democrats,   Road   "Wagons,  Heavy Cartage Wagons.  Etc., Etc.  Second hand Buggies, etc"  always  on hand  Write us for prices and particulars.  We can' build you a rig  to order  they can't be beat,  CflliGH-RY,       M      AIiSEHTH.  1  C. S. Maclean    1  ARCHITECT. .  and BUILDER  Kstimates farnisbed. Plana and specifications made. Am also prepared to do  shop and job work on tho shortcut  notice. Satisfaction guaranteed in  every case.   Oall or write for terms.  Slain Street      ���������      Revelstoke  v /
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TH"" OUTDOOR ISPORT MAN.
A   -Vivid   -Description   oi   Onu   llano Hal.
Amateur's li. __>ericnce.
After tbe man who gets it littli* day off
bus ti disastrous afternoon at the* races,
he decides to spend bis next holiday on
the ball Held. Not this time tib ti sp.*e>
tntor, but tis ti player. At the pi ice
wlicic be is eanployed they have scvc.il
would-be ball pl.i.vi.. tin.I lite iiin. til
lt'owlim-d's JUmpm-ium litis sent iu ii
challenge.
Our liiaii is Kivt-ii e-vcry position in the I
Jield, one ut 11 time, of course, uud cull
-one nr turn is ttiken away from liini. ]ly
lOitson of the fact that in bis youth lie*
was a player and lie now is an au*
thoritj- becuu'e ol bis frequent visits to
the* ball grounds, he is oom-iikM-etl nn ;ic-
cc-bsion by ninny. But the younger men
have their doubts, so lie is shirtod along
until right Held is settled upon as his
sphere of action. He calls it, being a
general crank, "the right garden."
Of course, the team hires u pitcher, us
���nil coinnicrci.il clubs do. It is not to be
~-.pcct.r-d that u good pitcher woulel be
in the employ of tiny store regul.u-ly.
That was never known to happen. So
thoy hire a "lot" player, who never did
(i day's work in his life, and, if he has
luck, never will. The catcher is supposed to be all right. Ho knows bow
tho tiling is done, and ho lias the regulation mask, chest protector, padded trousers, false calves and that mammoth leather receptacle cnllcd  a en teller'*, plow.
jVII kinds anel conditions ot* men play
the bases. None of them have suits of
the regulation kind. A few have bievcle
togs nntl promise to trot them out'for
field service. Our man wears nn old
suit of clothes and a yachting cap. Away
clown in bis heart he thinks ho ought
to play first biuse because of his height
nnd reach, but ho accepts right "garden"
r.nd secretly hopes that he will be called
to the infield before the game is  over.
I'ho day for tlie g-ame comes at last.
xVc sav "at last," because when a commercial house lias a challenge to attend
to the hours Intervening between the
challenge and tho game seem like days
���rati the minutes like hours, ""our^oiit of
-very five commercial ball game dab's,
JI,"" I{1"��"*> eventuate* on rainy davs.
I hon the game is off for good because
neither side takes chances with the '���hoodoo" crowd again. They each challenge
some, other nine and it rains anyway.
However, on this occasion 'all "wns
Tight Old Probs knew one of the plav-
ers. ami ho had the wcathei lived to
suit. Strange to say. all the plavera of
teoth sides turned up. This is most unusual with commercial nines. There
wore eleven from each house.   The four
- substitutes started in to practice after
that fashion which, in tho vernacular, i.s
iijsicl to "beat the band." .Tbov"wantod
to be asked to "get in the game." So
they threw,  and ran.  and    batted, and
.(���pr-Uned tondons. and did lots of things.
One of the young men who arc always
to be found banging around waiting tu
"lK> asked, for a S2 consideration, to
cimpire games, was pressed into service.
X~e*' promptly yelled. "Play ball!*' and
e'ontideel to one of liis kind, in a stage
whisper, that the two "lobster" nines
would probably have to finish up with
lanterns. Of course the commercial men
pretended not to hear this, tind the game
began. Our man went out into "right
pardon" and waited, in what he considered the correct attitude, for something to conic his way. Nothing did,
'"tha*; innhu/. for. after various good and
bad plays, all in the infioltl, his nine'
put out the other fellows, and wont to
*    bat.
Now our man thought that it would
lie a good idea to introduce coaching
methods, so be got over near first base
and waited for one of- his party to g<*t
there on a hit. Finally one did ge*t
there on an error, and our man started
in to say things. - "Gct-nway-up!"-ho yelled. "Sneak for second. lie can't
''throw it"down." was another of bis
yawps. lie -succeeded in rattling his
compatriot, a ribbe>n counter man. so
badly that the hired pitcher of tlie other
tonni cinglit him off tlie base by six
foot. TJlrn our man took exception to a
called' ball. He,, hail seen professional
umpire".bulldozed. Ho had verbally' ,is-
6aulte*d many n one, from a safe spot
in  the grand  stand, 'many a  time and
- Oft. So he thought he knew it all, and
he* promptly started in to nrgne with
the hired umpire, ne towered over (hot
umpire.    lie-weighed a whole lot more.
'   He  bad a  louder voice,  and  that con
sciousness  of  superiority     whicli   every
������employer,-- evon-though--=on!y���one���ol-
twenty-two, has.
So ho kicked, ne use*el forcible expressions. He ranted. He gesticulated.
He did all these things, but for only a
time. The little tongh hired umpire
inst fixcel him with bis eye. He lookt-.l
him over. He smiled an aggravatc.l
smile that had more superiority in it
than a composite superior smile of the
twenty-two dilettante ball players would
have had. Then he said, in even tonvs-
"See here. Yardstick, me boy, I have
Hie* two dollars. You go clown In your
corner and scare your mob as fast as
(ley get to first base. No yawps go will
"ino, I'm umpire for. the whole time*,
nnd notliin' but a cannot ball can knock
down my decisions." -    -
So our man went away and yawped
ngain in very piccolo tones. He liuisel
over his failure to intimidate that hired
num.
Then our man went to the bat. He
had arranged to hit the bnll in a particular way and to send it to a spot well
out beyond the fielders, ne thought be
knew bo could do this, because he used
to do it. So ho waited for the kind of
bull be wanted, and before lie ha'd found
It the uui_Tire called him out on strike.?.
lie had some i/loa of "calling down" the
little hired umpire at this point, but that
quiet littlo eye met his just ns before,
nnel our inan reserved' his decision at
.once. '       ,
Then he went out Into the field again,
the inning being over. He "rooted" for
B ball lo come his way. IIo saw it. In
-anticipation, sailing toward him, and he
thought of the ease with which he would
"pull it dovn" and then carelessly toss
it in to second as the real fielders do.
As luck would have it a ball did come
his way. ' It was a. beauty. It cut the
air with a clean parabola curve. He
looked pp nt it and judged that he was
not far enough out. He moved back
with celerity. A little to his right was
a sturdy free. His backward -move
brought him very near to this. The
Tinging sphere came along just then. It
wns twisting nil thu ways it knew. Our
mail's bands went up. He clatelied for
It. His hands wont buck against lhe
tn'C us 6ie ball struck them anil tho
bark and tlie blood flow. The ball flew,
too.    It went off nt a tangent, und th"
- batter made a homo run. Our man
didn't say much. He couldn't. No historian could give, in detail, his thoughts.
j>t them renin In snored. There was
nothing sacred in their makeup. That
is if put into words they would not have
been considered sacred in character, lint
hiu thoughts were bis own. Th��re was
no umpire le> deny him their expression.
Then be resigned. Ho didn't say ao in
words, but be "\"!}iit over to a sliaely sptit
nnd laid down. Apil be says he is doue
with'*' baseball. * .'-.'���'"
A Vnltmlilii Kcclpi*.
Whether it was because be had boon
smoking too many cigars during the day
or bad been drinking colTce loo lute* In
the evening, certain it was Unit he found
himself quite unable to get to Bleep thn"
plcht.
Jle tossed back and forth lacrvoualf
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Promising Ferguson Claims
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Black Eagle^Jroup   Blackburn Group
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Highland Group
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Each group contains from 3 to 18 claims
is right in the heart of
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Ferguson Working Mines
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Great Nor then-
Hillside"
Sunshine
Black Prince
Silver Queen
True Fissure
Towser
Silver Cup ,"  - -
All within a radius of 1 to 0 miles
mui
Ferguson is theJTerminus
of   the . projected . Lardeau   Railway���to   be   built  this   summer.
At the present ground floor price the best real estate investment on
'��� -       "   the marKet is FERGUSON lots.     ,
WiH-.VICKE.RS
AGENT FERGUSON TOWNSITE
A Corner Lot at $160
An Inside Lot at $110
can    be     secured
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THE   CHOLERA   IN   SANDON
DEFICIT   IN    THE    AVAILABLE
WHEAT SUPPLY-
��*.   i
Business   Reviving. in   the   Dominion���
_    Mrs. Mclvor,   of   Birtle  Gets   Her
Divorce���The Sultan  Impatient'for
More Trouble.
London, September 4.���The Daily
.Graphic sliows_a_defieiency_of__neai'ly_
two million quarters in the available
and prospective wheat .supply for Great
Britain ifs compared with last year.
The Graphic says the rise in the price
will be sustained.
SITE CHANGED "HER MIND
Dulutii, September-1���Judge Moore
yesterday 'changed his ruling' and
granted a divorce to Charlotte' Mclvor
of Birtle, Man., who said yesterdav
she came to the States to get a divorce
and never intended to remain - there
permanently. She afterwards explained that she did intend to stay
here permanently.   .-'
THE PRESIDENT TO DE TAKEN CARE OF
Columbus, Ohio, September 4.���
Extraordinary precautions are being
taken for the protection of the President on account of the mayor having
received a note unsigned telling him
to be on his guard against the proposed assassination of President McKinley because of his appointment of
Powderly.
A HANDSOME GIFT
Boston. Mass., September 4.���John
L. Rockefeller has given his cheque for
,~259,CC" to the American Baptist Missionary Union aud the American
Baptist Home Missionary Society. -
A PARIS TRjVGEDY.
London, . September 4.���A special
despatch from Paris says the body of
a woman, naked and frightfully mutilated, with nose and ears missing, and
skuli smashed, has been ' found in the
river Seine. On the middle of deceased's back were tattooed the words
"Long Live ' Poland and Death to
Traitors." The remains are supposed
to be those of a Nihilist who incurred
the suspicion of her fellow Nihilists.
THE SI~~.Y SOLTjVN.
London, September 4.���A despatch
to the Times from Constantinople says
that the sultan i.s impatient to re-open
the Cretan question, hoping tbeit*-
by to checkmate the European concert. The palace council is cunningly
preparing lor a campaign, though no
ofllcial action has been yet taken.
8TjVltTI_,INa   li" TRUE.
Tj\.C0MjV, Septemper 4.���Word has
been received here that cholera has
broken out in Sandon, B. C.
jV TRADE REVIVAL,
New York, September 4.���Dunn &
Co's review of Canadian trade today
says there is further evidence of a
general improvement and prospects
are much brighter. Bradstreets confirms the report.
TnE SPAN1SH CRISIS
M.vdrid. September 1.���Premier
Azcurragehas so far failed in his efforts
to re-unite the Conservative party.
- STj\R POINTER AGAIN
Harti'Ord, Conn., September *4.���
Star pointer * defeated Joe Patchen
yesterday in two straight heats for a
purse of $5,000 and the pacer's championship,
 ,_��.	
THESCHOOL QUESTION AGAIN
Manitoba Officials to Go East to Have
___. an_Interview_With_Premier._Laurier
_���A British Columbia Editor Dead
���A Break for Liberty Frustrated���
Yellow   Fever in  Ocean   Springs.
Ottawa, September 7.���A rumour
is current that Greenway," Cameron
and McMillar are coming to Ottawa as
soon as Premier' Laurier returns to
have a further conference on the
school question, which it is now said
was not settled to the satisfaction of
the people," who reepiire some further
concessions shall be made by the
Manitoba government.
Lord Strathcona is expected here
today to confer with Sir Richard
Cartwright about the fast Atlantic
service, when, perhaps, it may; he
ascertained whether Peterson, Tait &
Company have deposited their $10 CCD
as security for the completion of their
contract.
WANTED THEIR VACATION
-Montreal, September 7.���Seven
convicts at the St. Vincent de Paul
penitentiary made a desperate effort
to escape on Saturday. The ringleaders stole tools from the workshops
and bored a hole through the roof of
the hospital, where they hod been
confined. The plot was discovered in
the nick of time. ,,
EDITOR BEGG DEAD.
Victoria, September 7.���Alexander
Begg, editor of the British Columbia
Mining Record, died yesterday at the
age of 05 years. He was-a native cf
the Province of Quebec and was at one
time provincial auditor and Queen's
printer for Manitoba, though' for a
number of years he has been connected
with the nress of British Columbia
He was widely known as the author of
"The Creation of Manitoba," "Dot it
Down." "History of the Norlh West,"
"Ten "Tears in Winnipeg."
WHEAT IN STORE
Fort Willi .vm, September 7.���The
amount of wheat in s"ore at Port
Arthur amounts to 318,603 bushels,
compared with 2,233,321 for the same
time last year.
YELOW FEVER SPREADING
Ocean Springs, Miss., September 3.
���Yellow fever is prevalent here and
great fear of ils spreading is anticipated.
SWEPT BY  AN  AVALANCHE
A Party on Mount Pleureus, Switzerland, Disappear���They Will Climb
those Lofty Mountains.
Berne, Switzerland, September 2.���
Further advices from La Salle, near
Mount Pleureus sb.ow~tb.at the reports
of the accident to the party of Alpine
tourists in that vicinity were not
exaggerated. Eight persons, it appears,
started frpm_Sion, capital of the. Can-
lon df~"Valais, with the intention of
.'-scending Mount Pleureus. The latter
!s 12,155 feet high, and not a very
difficult- ascent from Mauvoisin by
Cletrox. Eight hours are generally
occupied in the task. -The tourists
were led by Pastor .Geonin, of Sion,
.nd made the ascent divided into two
arties with four in each. The first, of
hese parties reached the summit, and
he second was only a short distance
���ehind when the four persons com-
uosing it were swept by an avalanche
into a crevasse a thousand feet deep,
"n spite of the gravity of the accident,
-���11 hone of rescuing some ot the tourists alive has not yet been given up.
The missing party is composed of
Pastor Geonin, two school boys from
Tousanne, and a young Englishmen
named Bernard.
About 45 miles of grade on the Crow's
Nest Pass road is ready for the track;
Track-laying west from Macleod will
commence at once.'
A curious experiment in railroading
is going on at Mountain creek, east of
Bear Creek station. A long piece of
trestlework is being filled up, by hy-
draulicing gravel down a flume. Immense masses of dirt and rock come
thundering down the flume with a
tremendous noise, washed out by the
persistent stream of the monitor,which
one.man directs and controls as easy
as'a garden hose.
O.R&N.
PAT   HAD   BEEN   SLUMBERING
The demand for boisrs to be used
for packing over the passes from Skagway is increasing ana during the' present week several hundred horses
were shipped there. ���' There are now at
Skagway about 4.000 horses, and it is
difficult to see how this number will be
fed during the winter. Many predict
both men and horses will be killed and
eaten. !
It was a very small Western town,
and the only train out ot it that night
left at 2 o'clock. The travelling man
hod impressed on the night porter of
the hotel the importance ot. calling
him in time for this train. Pmmptly
at 1:3'J a prodigious knock loused the
sleeper. -    ���
"Say! be yer the man what wants
the 2 o'clock train ? "
"Yes," was the sleepy reply from
within."
"Well, yez can shlape an hour
longer, for she's so much late."
The heavy feet shuffled off down the
hall, and silence ensued. Another
hour had passed, when Pat ngain
knocked.   "
"Say I be yez the felly what said he
wanted to ketch the 2 o'clock thrain ? "
���!l~esl" and there was a sound of
the man hastily springing from his
bed.
"Well," drawled Pat, "yez can go
back to bed again, fer she's another
hour late."
A forcible remark or two proceeded
from the travelling man's room, and
were audible to his awakened neighbours, as was the departure of Pat; but
soon all was quiet again, and the few
occupants of tne hotel were left for
some time to undisturbed repose. Just
as the first faint streaks of dawn were
tinging the sky;, Pat once more made
his presence known, and, in tones
giying unmistakeable evidence of recent and heavy slumber, remarked:
'���SayI if yez was" tho felly what
wanted to ketch the two o'clock thiain
yez can shlape till mornin' fer, bedad,
the blame thinc's gonel"
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The only idl ran routo "without chano
cars between Spokane. Northport, Ross
and Nelson;  aao   between   Rossland   and
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Rossland
DAILY     EXCEPT
SUNDAY.
LK-V-. NORtHPORT jJKMVK.
1.20p.m. Irf0p.m.
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1-*>V.m 12:47 p.m.
Closo connectiOTB at Molson with steamer   ���
for K��lo and aU Kootenay I.i_o points.
PaeseDgers for KetUo River and Boundary
Creek connect at Marens with stage 6 ally.
If You .Have a
.Mine to Sell
or wish a company formed, or
want to ,buy a mine or shares
in any mine, want to invest in
Spokane real estate or wish to
make a borrow, write at once to
-JJI.A_ES   L.   FORD   &   CO
Mine Brokers.     Mining Stocks
No. 9 Mill St., between Riverside and
I Sprague, Spokane, Wash. .-.sra,-..:^^^  .-~������^������c~e^~-~Kas---uMdi  II  ���������fl  IT  'If  its  *s  *'i  r J  !->  If  Snow Storms  Will Soon be here. You  want to get those rooms  papered. We have in  stock a full line of  Wall Paper and Stationery of all kinds.  Also a Complete  line of Pure Drugs,  Chemicals and Assayers'  Supplies. Try Our Quinine, Iron and Wine,  one of the Best Tonics  Known.  Prescriptions    Dispensed    Day      or  Night.  The New Corner Store���������  panada Drug &  "^ BOOk CO., Ltd.  Chas. R. Macdonald, Manager.  REVELSTOKE STATION.  LOCAL AND GENERAL   NEWS  An Interesting Budget of Local, Personal  and   General Items Round  and  About Revelstoke. <-  * A lot of good fresh eggs just  .jirrived for "W. B. Pease e& Co.  -Ji. W. Hume left on Wednesday for  .iisiiome at Florenceville.JN. B.  " Air-tight, stoves���������wood burners���������  a large assortment at Hume & Co.'s.  Ales. Taylor, postmaster of Edmonton, was ni the Halcyon.Hot Springs  this week.  * Winter is coining���������ti new stock of  gloves and mitts just opened out at  0. B. Hume & Co.'s.  Dr. Brett has secured the properly  belonging to Jas. McMillan, which ael-  joins the Halcyon Springs estate.  Gold Commissioner Graham left for  nn official trip of inspection thiough  tbe Trout Like Mining District on  Thursday.  Mr. and Mrs. George Johnston returned from .Nejlson on Thursday's  train. 'She Herald extends congratulations.  There is. no truth in the rumor of a  shooting scrape at Albert Canyon,  which was going round town a couple  of days ago.  Mr. AV. J. Lappan, nf the Merchant's  Hotel. Illecillewaet, is laid up at the  Halcyon Springs, with a badly sprained foot.  Mr. A. ~\~. Mackintosh is having a  neat residence erected between Mr. A.  Johnson's and Mr. H. W. Chapman's  dwelling houses.  Rev.   Mr.   Noiee   was   in   town  on  Thursday and  made tbe   purchase of  nn organ for the Methodist church at  "Trout Lake City.  * Messrs. C. B. Hume to Co. are e.\-  pecting a large shipment'of dry goods  imported direct ;frotn the manufacturers in Scotland, next week.  Mr. Melville, Into of Vancouver, will  play the harp accompanied by Mrs.  Melville nn the French fltitina at the  Methodist chinch tomorrow evening.  * The Herald dues neat, plain  attractive printing. When yon want  a gootl job���������one that you Want people  to look at and rend���������come to us.  Mrs. Smith, wife of Eiier C. Smith,  of the Rowland Record, came up from  tliu smith yealerdav and went on to  Hamilton. Ont.. to visit her"friends at  her old home, this morning.  The sitting of the cotititv court which  will open b'-iv at 10 ji . fn. on October  Oih will be held in the court room of  the new government' building, which  room will be leatlv for use by that  date:.   ' y :''*" :.:" "       '���������'' ' "'".  Mr. A. Klliot, representing the Johnson. Smiley Conceit Co.. of'Brantford.  Ont., was in town on Thursday. His  company ..will put on a concert' here on  October Clh. under the auspices of the  Methodist church.  Mr. J. Edward Dn Bednt, advance  -gent, of the Harry Lindley Co., was  in town yesterdav making arrangements to shew here the week after  next and .secured Peterson's hall for  the company. They will arrive on  Tuesday, the 21st and shew five nights.  Ihey have,been plnving this week to  crowded homes.  Mr. Alex. Becrg, editor of the B. C.  Mining Record died at his home in  > lctoria, aged 55 years. He was a  je>urnahst of long standing and author  w a. II,story r'f Manitoba and the  JTortb- West. His last venture, the  Mining Record, has made itself quite a  name both at home and abroad since  tt was staited, and has done much to  ndvertise the resource's of the province.  It is the intention of the school trustees to plant trees all round the school  enclosure this fall. Next summer that  poition of the grounds next the  Methodist church will be laid out as a  garden, in which the children will be  encouraged to spend their leisure in  gardening and'ilte-riding to the flowers.  TheC. P. R. have closed the hospi-  til at Donald and instructions have  been issued that cases of accident occurring west of the summit of the Sel-  kirks are to lie sent to the hospital at  Revelstoke. and cosses orcurring between the summits of the Selkirk .and  Rocky ranges are to go to Golden hos-  jiital.  ,?������������ A ,r"K" .'i^nrlinent of new ties of  all kinels, and patterns latest styles, at  C 11. Hume to Co.'s,  Messrs. Reighly mid Frisby arrived  from Itevelstoke on Thursday's train  tei lake (he Mackenzie roulu to the  1 ukon.���������Edmonton Bulletin.  Mr. JMcKinnon brought in a specimen of l'-ci'-iiii|]ing ore*' I'ioih ti claim  four miles 1'ieiin riuunson's Landiii"-  llie other clay which assayed "2,500 to  the. ton.  The bivlhrun of the I. O. G. T. will  meet, tin Tuesday evening at the usual  place* iiiul a gntitl supper will be c'nu of  lhe principal features of the evening's  proceedings.  'Mr. John Grunt, of the Wnvorlev, is  in town today. The new wagon fond  is completed I'or 10miles. Th'e Wave*-.--  lny mine continues to make the most  prtimiMiig shewing possible under  development.  Supt. Diicliesnny left on Wedn'sdav  ('���������veiling to conduct a survey of the till  Canadian.mute lo Klondike! via the  Stickft'ii river. It is not yet known  who will be superintendent of this  division in his place.  Mr. 1". Todd Let's, resident manager  lor B. C. of the Birkbec-k Investment  Co., ciiniu in from the west yesterday  morning in order to make tbe (inul  arriingcmunls for establishing au  agency uf (he company in town.  Mr. Thos. l*unn, of Dunn to Farrell,  of Vancouver, who are well-known in  Lindenu, wns tit the Hotel Revelstoke  tin Thursday and had a specimen of  free-milling ore very rich in gold and  strongly resembling the Golden Cache  ore, which he got lrom a claim on 10  Mile creek.  Messrs. G. .7. Atkins and D. L. Man-  chcslei* went up to the Big Bend on  Thursday. Mr. Manchester intends lo  combine business in soliciting orders  tor suits with pleasure! in the shape of  some amateur photography, for which  purpose .Mr. Atkins ttarteel off with a  gooel sized camera slung round his  neck.  Tlu*. Revelstoke Brass Band rendered  a programme at the post office on  Front street last night. They gave  several new selections anel shewed  marked progress in their mastery of  their instruments. The band is rapidly becoming one of' the most popular  institutions in the place.  Dr. Dawson, Superintendent of the  Geological Survey of Canada, is in  town today with ji party of twenty of  the British Association tourists bound  down river for Rossland. Among the  distinguished visitors is Sir John  Leach, to whom the completion of the  great -Manchester ship canal is in a  Itii-fjO measure due.  Harvest Thanksgiving services will  be hold at St. Peter's church ou Sunday, September 19lh. Holy Communion at Sand at Morning Prlivi'i' at, 11;  Evening Praver at 7:S0. Offerings of  fruit, flowers, grain, etc., for decorations will be most welcome, and should  be sent to tlu*. church not later than  niion on Saturday the lSth.  J. Thomas, the Klondiker, who has  been round town lately has gut tit  assay from ono of the claims ho was  examining near Banff of S500 to (ho  ton in gold. The location, which was  slaked ovci a yc.-u ago. is'about five en-  six miles from'Baul'f and according to  Thomas' account tho mountain is full  of ore. - .    ���������    , '  There* is no cessation in the chase  after the men _ho swindled Banker  McGregor, of Calgary, B. 0., out of  $11,000 by the old' gold brick game.  Detective McPherson, who has taken  charge* eif the case, is still following  up till clues, even if they do lead to  Alaska, nnd it would not*be surprising  if he fluiilly landed his man. He was  in Seattle ThuvMlay, and judging from  the way he moved around had "'something up his sleeve."���������Seattle P.-L  --A-meetlng-oE-thc-suhscribers-to-thc:  North Kootenay exhibit Hind wtis held  in the Union Hotel on Thursday night.  Mr. Sibbald reported S131 subscribed  in thu upper and Mr. John Abr.iham-  son SSl in the lower town. It was  eoi'.sideicd that this slate of affairs  was very satisfactory and Mr. Sibbald,  the delegate, wus instructed by motion  to commence active work in getting  the exhibit together at once.  Dr. Brett came up from the Halcyon  Springs on the train from the south on  Thursday afternnein. There are about  -10 men umployeel on the new buildings.  Kive ciittages'aie being built unci furnished haiiils-imiuly throughout. The  new billiard ball and bar tit* the hole*  are nenring completion, und the excti-  vat.iem for the cold b,tlh house is being  rapidly pioceceleel with. The stun of  .S"W,00U will be_ expended on the work.  Kjiake to Williams of Trail, arc the  contractors, yy  Vice-President ShaughnesWy, of :llie>  C.P.K., wns .in.Minneapolis on Sunday  en route home over the "'Soo" line.  Interviewed Mr. .Shaughnessy said in  answer to the question: "What is  there in the Sll-rail.route to the 'Klondike ?". "Well that is a long way eih',  jVn extension from Edmonton to,,.the  north west is possible, but only to" connect with the navigable waters. -For  fotiv months in the year the ,water  route i.s feasible, and a rail route eoulel  not compare with it. But if the* Klondike turns out as richly as it seems to  promise, some means of course will  have to be found to bring it into communication with the rest of the worlel  all the year round.  | {The Nelson correspondent of the  Rossddnd Miner says, D. VV. Mc-  ���������Vir.ar exhibited to your correspondent  today some of the iinest, ore it has ever  been his fortune to gaze upon. It  comew from the Lar-deati district, and  the specimens, at lenstseveral of them  were destined for the'..exhibition cases  of the Bank ofBritish'Colurhbia. Thev  were; ttiken .from the- claims known as  the Olive May, Little Fred, anel three  others, the owners being the Lade  brothers and .Arthur Gunn. There  are three different ledges, each about  eight feet in width, on the claims, but  the width of the paystt-etaks has not  yet been i eleterinined. The ore. is  graphic .tellurium anil iron ..pyrites,  assaying from specimens Mr. Mt; Vicar  submitted MSi ounces in gold to .the  ton. Although the claims were elis-  covereel about a month ,ago. no work  has yet been done on the-m. The owners have, however, just sent a consignment of two tons to the Kaslo sampling  works. The rock is said to be* identical  with that of Boulder creek, Colorado.  It appears that the Slocan is not so  entirely a purely silver-lead Country  as has been supposed. The Slocan  City Pioneer gives a list of over sixty  claims, on many of which considerable  development bus been done*, which  average over ij.18. to the ton in gold.  T. Bain and Angus Beaton arrived  from Downie. creek yesterday. They  left Ferguson some weeks ago, and  prospected acre>ss country to Downie  creek, finding some, very rich silver-  gold propositions, wliich tbey will go  back to locate as soon as they get  another grub-stake. In attempting to  cross Downie; creek, the snow having  driven them olf the mountain tops,  they lost their whole outfit, iiy Iheir  raft being upset, leaving llii-ni fur two  elays willi iiiil.hing to eat, and a -10-mile  tramp la face to reach a camp.  Passing through Winnipeg Jlr.  Grant Govan was interviewed by a  Free Press reporter, In answer to an  inquiry fur some news about the coni-  pany'sniiiii.'s ho said : "As soon as tho  wagon road, the contract for which  we gave to "Ir. Ross, the well known  ceintr.-icteir of Toronto, is completed  wc shall make a first shipment of 1,000  tons of ore from the Waverley direct  Lo Swansea, and our superintendent  at the mines has given ns a guarantee  that it will he worth at least $100,000.  We shall also make a small shipment  from the Tangier of the very rich ore  already referred to. Such operations  will elei a great deal to establish the  reputation of British Columbia in the  London market as a suitable mining  field for the investment of British  capital. The town of Revelstoke'. as I  predicted last year, will soon become  the Charing Cross of Kootenay. Heretofore most attention has heen given  to the Slocan and the Rossland districts, but it is my distinct opinion  that the districts surrounding Revel's toke, such as the L-irdcati, the Big  Bend, and the North Fork where the  Waverley and Tangier mines are  situated, will forge their way tei the  front and become the great mining  centre of British Columbia. In the  North -Fork my company has something like a score of properties and it  is already fully proven that quite a  number, if not all of those properties,  will become shippers of such high  grade ore that they will some day be  recognized as the greatest mines in  the. country."'  MARRIED.  Johnston���������Walker���������At Nelson on  the 7th inst., at the Methodist par-  soimge.by the Rev. G. H. Mora en,  George* Johnston to * Miss Mary  Walker, both of Revelstoke.  * J. Arnovitch's store' in Tapping's  Block is well supplied with Ladies' Jackets (latest styles), Blouses, Skirts, etc..  which must be cleared out at once. Flan-  nelletes, Dress Goods, Table Linens,  Tidies, Towels, etc., at lowest prices.  Men's Suits tit prices which will surprise  you. The whole stock must be cleared  out by the 20th of September.    Call early.  Harry Lindley  Comedy Co.  15 Metropolitan Artists.  Sept.~21-25  PETERSON'S  HALL  TICKETS:    Si.oo, 75c, and 50c.  Itefcrveel Seats on sale nt Post Office.  I."sc2l  . J. Law,  neixhant Tailor,  -Iias-jns"-received-thei-fit*st-c^jnsign=_  ment  of  bis  new  stock, and   has  ' more on the way. He is now in a  position to supply all orders for  clothing. L-it**.st styles and best  finish.  Revelstoke Station, B.C.  Why Buy  AU kinels of nutter at ull  kinds of t-rie-e>v*.vhe.-n the  CHOICEST  CREAMERY  BUTTER   (Try It)  Can be elelivert'el at your eleior at  25 CENTS PER  LB.  Trom   0".  __������-/-..   IsjCCCA. XjXjTT-wr,  S-P--OND SiTKKnT, REVKI.VrOKE "T.lTICi*.-,  JAS. HUTCHISON  Heavy Draying and  Transfer Work a Specialty  Tcamlngof all kinels receive' promptnttcnllnn.  The "blaze fae-c" hor-tc is the .*it.n board.  REVELSTOKE,STATION, B.C.  Yale Reoistt-v,  A ll(?. 1-1, 1S07.  IN*    THE    SUPREME    COf'ttT    OF  BltfTHIf  C'eiliiniMa, in   the;   matter  of   the   Official  jlelminlstrator-r Act, anel In the matter of  the-   r-strtto   e,f   Charles    I'crpcr  elcc-^oe-fi,  elntce! the 1.1th elay of July, ,\.r>. 18W.    Upon  reaelinif   the;  anielavitf   of   Ernest   Henry  Slicrlelan   McLean   and    Charles   Frcelerlc  Llnelinnrk.  It   Is  onion-el   that  James  Fer(!ii������ein   j\rm-  strong, omcinl Aelrninlstrator for the C'.nintv  Court Dl"trle*t of  Kootenay, be .leltnini-etrato'r  of all nnel singular the (tooeltt, e-luitte-N, rights,  anel e-re-elits which were of e.barters flfricer, late  nf Ille-clllftwaet in  the elistriet  of   Kootenay,  free miner, elee-enseel;  jlnel It is further ortltreel, that thit orelcr be  iniblislicel in the; Kcvclstokc Herald newspaper  tor the perloel of slxtv days.  (HiKitcif.)   A. .1. MeCjU."..  !| ���������'.  Tin* rrp'Illr,ri nntl peir_eons intcre-ste-el In the  estate- of tbe: nl,e,vc tintiie'l Charles Hi-rirer, late  'if lllcr-1111-wiii-.-t In the IliMriel of Knnti-nny,  fr--e miner, elcccaMe-el, arc hereby rf|iiirc:el  within .sixty days from this i!_>'(. lo ���������.,.���������,] \,y  rc'Kiste-reel letter adelresie;el lo James n-r^Hson  jlrtnstroiijr, Onii-ial j\e|rnlnlsirat'ir, l-'ort Steele,  f'rillph e;r,luteibln, particulars of their claims,  ainl the nature of the securities (if nny) held  by tliim. j\fter tli'* ftpiratlon e.f the mii'I  sfr.ty iliij-K, the elistribiitleiu t.f the eni-l estate  will be prejceeile-el with, retceirel belriK had only  to Kiie-b claims of which notico shall bu qivi-ri  aJ arore-said.  Hated this 2(ltli day of AticiihI, ihci".  J.   F. Alt.MSTItONfl,  "Iault Official Administrator, Knolcnny.  FERGUSON  The Centre of the Lardeau Mines.,  THE.,  ,^ of Ferguson  ^and 10-Mile.  cummins & CO.,  GENERAL   MERCHANTS,  Dealer in  Miners'  Supplies. Hardware,  Groceries. Dry Goods.  Everything 10 he fottu.I iu n -.'eut-riil store.  l'o-t Ollice in connection.  j\t Ouit lD-MiM: Uti.'Ncii STOt'.n,  POWDER, CAPS, FUSE, COAL,  STEEL  nnel all Jlincr.s' nnd Prospectors' Supplies are  kept tin hand.  General  Merchants  iners and Prospectors  Outfitted, &c.  Ferguson, B. C.���������The centre of  the Lardeau Mines.  <*,  Agent for the Blicl-teaiisdei'fer  Typewriter*  ��������� ~ll ���������.!������"������  Successor to GILKER & WELLS  Dealer in Hats, Caps. Boots,  Shoes,   Gents'   Furnishings, Stationery, \.  Patent Medicines, Tobaccos and Cigars,  Toilet and Fancy Articles, Fruits, Ete.^  POST OFFICE STORE,  REVELSTOKE,   B. C.  l*$e   olire and register at the mil  Balmoral Hotel  when you reach FBRGDSON."  Thc tableia provide" -with the best the market  u fibrils.  Bates from ?2 to "3 per day.  CUMMINGS  BROS.,  Pioprietors. lcju  When You Reach  Thomson's" Landing',  P'ROSPECTQR'S  EXCHANGE  Ecst Keels in the Lardeau.  Stage and Livery in connection.  T. W. GRAHAME, Proprietor.  Arrowhead  B. C.  Arrowhead E*^  Hotel  Porter Meets All Trains  and Boats.  Bar Well Supplied With  All the Necessaries.  ROHT-UKI-CIH-mOTEtr  r������  Mrs. A. E. Jowett, Proprietress.  Troat Lake City, B. C.  IITS HOTEL has just been en-  l.argwl anel refitted, newly furnUhucl  throughout, making it the best hotel  in lhe City. The table i.s oneof tlio  best supplied in the Lanlean. The  bar contains everything to make you  happy.  R  HODESIA RESTAURANT  and BOARDING HOUSE,  C0ll-*1.K ejp ^KfOr.'Ie HTP.EKT AN'D  '/"'-.TON jlVI-fl'"  REVKL3TOKE   STATION.  KMII,I."II e"i"Ki_vJNy tnieler the iiiperliitenel-  etii-*-eif _������lr> I.i-p-.vorth,  Hilling he.'j.a niti'inied to per-onally by the  propriete.r.  MEALS  AT  ALL  HOURS  i"Ii-niilini*������s and civility our motto.    Term!,  meiderate-.  2-Jaiii?if a. .1. -.Af'WOKTH, J'roprletor.  First Claas Dance Hall To T-et  .  PEASE & CO.   DEALERS IN   GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS  ��������� ���������HAY,   FLOUR  AND   FEED   A FINE ASSORTMENT OF TEA, COFFEE, BISCUITS, SOFT DRINKS ALWAYS   IN   STOCK.      JgH  -���������T>  ITfflAKES N0 .-DIFFERENCE.  EssassEaEESw  Who is Your Physician.   It Pays to Take Your  PRESCRIPT IONS/  ���������~l������������������  -m ABEY'S DRaS ST0RE  BECAUSE they give it personal attention.    , *       . '  Bl'jOAIJSE they nre rcliiible chemists. ' ' -    ���������       ' -  BECAUSE you can rely on ac-euriite compounding from pure drugs at moderate prices.  '  TH'E    *i-"*EO*l*T~3_:-ElI?.    -D*Ea"-Tt3-C3-IST,  "E2.*bi'v*EjXjS'x,o-k:*e3 ���������s~i:_j!v,~rio*~>r  I  W.M. Lawrence,  m  !"vJl\  _?*,  '' ���������', -  m  4  Hardware Merchant,   . ;  Revelstoke Station.  tig  $b^4^%m������Z*?&  I  Ail Branches  ��������� ,7 THK  Tonsorial Art  iiKxe>i*-.i:j"l -.vlth ambidextrous  e*e-cteri'.i ������'  J. Morgan's  "e283"- Shaving Parlor  Hot and Cold Baths  Confectionery  ,| Tobaccos  ' Fresh Fruits  ONf* DOOR EA8T Cflfjfj'MIiljl  flOTK.L.  We have a good supply of  Building  Material  'ww-^    "_       And Lumber  Cut Prices for Spot Cash.  Call and See us   We Can Fix You   REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Revelstoke  Station, B. C.  X  o  H  <  <n  X  I-  12  D  W  10  g  Sign Painting and Gilding  K-lsomining, Paperhanging, General  House and Carriage Painting.  D. STAMPER,  SKCe.Nn STRKF.T,   -   -    ItEVBLSTOK- STATIOS, IS. C.  HORSES FOR SALE  Also Horses taken for Winter  Pasture.  Stockholm House  J. Albert Stone, Proprietor.  Table furnished with this choicest the  inm-kct.nlfords. Best Wines, Liejiiors  unci Uigurs. Large light heel rooms.  Kates : $1.00 a day.   Monthly rate.  Dealers in all kinds of  Funeral Directors and Embalmers.  Upholstering and Repair Work a Specialty. Mail Orders given Prompt Attention.  okgjVns And pianos.  AgentB for Raymond Sewing Machine, Manufacturers' Idle Insurance 8ocIety, Union Fire  Insurance Co., Provincial Building e!i Loan j\ssoclatlon.  ~t_~jDB~"V"E3XjS'l'0_K:*_E5    ST^-TIOIiT,    _B. C.  THE PIONEER LIVERY-.  Feed and Sale Stable of the Lardeau and Trout Lake District  Pack  and   Saddle   Horses  for  Sale.   Apply to  f. Mccarty  Sj\D1~IjE j\ND  I'j" CK HORSES  AIjWjIYS FOR  HIRE.  FREIGHTING  AND  TEAMING  A SPECIALTY  Daily Static leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock for Trout Lake City.  For particulars write   . _-,>������, ���������   __    ���������,.,,..������,   __ ,    T  CJRA1G & HILLMAN, Thomson's Landing.

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