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 ;���������_.     fas*.-^..^      ^r'''^-       ~-^r     Ti~"~"   "���������V������-:'--''.''7.fA  "  ^1  V  '/"--- ������*-v   >"-/"��������� t.,  ;^v" ���������"  I.  /  -ISSTTIEID   T"V*V"ICE-^^-Vv7-I[3EK: ���������'VVrEID3SrESX)^.-Y-S    ^.__I_>riD    S^TTJIE^ID jf-XYS-  Vol. II.    No. 68.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,  1898.  $2.00 a Year in Advance;.  Hudson's Bay |  Company   |  [iNCOarOKATED "670           I  1  The   Most   Up-to-Date   Outfitters ^,  in Western Canada.  Intending Pro.peetors should write us  for one of our new Toldcrs, v. hicli  cor-.air-. nn excellent Mr... and cn  esiimate of  the   probable cost of a p.  complete outfit for the Gold Fields. *y  " if  Hudson's Bay Stores,     j^,  Calgary. |  Caloahy, Feb. 1   1853,  ������i.J.C_i-~.-A  &  Crage  "Notaries Public,  o  Sole Agents for  :evelstoke ���������   .  Townsite  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Koiar;es;Public, &c.  Solicitor for Imperial Bank of Canada.  Front STnr._rr, Kkveutoke, B. C.  Monev to Loan.  W. "White. Q. C.    '    '     J.M.Scott, B.A..LL.B.  F. T.. Gwilli-i.  JAMES- MURPHY, B. A.,  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.  Oflice:   Co-wan Block. 'P.O. Ro.\-108'.'  Third St., Revelstoke. B.C.  HARVEY'  &    M-CARTER,  Barristers.   Solicitors,    Etc.  Companv funds to loan at R por cent.  O-icsa:   Molsons Hank TJlock.  Third Street. Revelstoke Station,   B. C.  ROBERT SAMSON"  Wood Deaier and Drayman.  Pr_ylng and dcliverv work aspecta'ty. Teams  ftlwiyn readv on shortest notice. Contracts for  Jobbing taken. ������SP~Agent for tho Standard  Oil Company.  MONEY TO LOAN   We have a large.;.!-! of .private funds on  hand'io loan cu real eslite security, at  lowest rates.  Whito & Scott,  B.rrisdfirs. Etc.,  60 tJ Revelstoke, IS. C.  ��������� For Sale at a Bargain  One Rood extension table, two pretty toilet  set*, one child's collapsible cot with mattras*,  ono new (I.awrenc's) air-tight heater, .two new  xnattrasses, 22 lengths new stove pipe and 4  lndestructiblo elbows, one [' hood ", for stove,  used a month, Lawrence's in'ake.  .\pplv at tho Hckald oflico.  For Sale  *  1.���������Rusines?  lots   on Ci'.i-ipl-cll Avenue.   A  snap for ca������h.  2.���������A lot in tho centre of the lnisliic. port oi  Mackeiizle jl venue. *. >0 in cr.ih and liable lo  go up in price before long.  3.���������Dullness lot*. 50 foot front, on First St.,  between the two banks, .ome of the choicest  business property oil the market.  _.���������Four lots nt the corner of Third Street  and Campliell Avenue���������a good locution.  5.���������Two Iot������ ncarlv opposite Samson's residence on Third Street, "l~0 each. Xlce lots  and a hnrgaln for residential purposes.  6.���������A large frame two-storoy residence, just  crei'tod oh -O.invil Street, two minute* wall:  from C.P.R. Renin _lu.i-_, plastered Inside,  fence, verandah.   Price ~l,~i'0. on cr.-v term-.  ".���������Corner lot. ne .1 It.velstoke I'ostofiice,  Front Street.   ?~~0 cash.   A burgaiu.  8.���������Tv o-roonit.il shack to rent on First street,  near onr cfiice.   ?,5 per month.  Straight loit'.is on  rcnl property round the  centre of lhc business part of the upper ton ll.  Ko red tape, formalities ot delay.  Apply to  Grogan & Co.  HAVE RECEIVED SEVERAL  CARI.0AD3.01~  Mapie wocenes,  Flour and Feed/  .".nd are in a position to quote  - PRICES   that are  bound to sell.  Full Lines of Hardware  Rill Lines of Crockery  Prospectors 2   Miners!  Come and see what we've got in your  line. Wo make a specially of this trade,  ar.d can lit;.ou out quickly and at right  prices.-  ������������!__";".gen ts for   -Giant. Powder  We have at our magazines at Rovelstoko and  Thomson's L'anding, fl complete stock of explosive-, caps and fuse, for sale at wholesale  aud retail.  THE GIANT POWDER CO:,  Victoria, B. C.  C. B. Hume & Co.,  Sole  Agents,   Revelstoke   Station, and Trout  Lake City, II. C.  G.   B.    H-J-AE'  House Furnishings  Application for  i ransfcr.  Take notice that tlie undersigned, _>0 davs  after dale, intend to apply to tiie Plipendiafy  Magistrate for the Revelstoke ridinir of West  Kootenay. for a transfer of the hotel license for  the sole of Honor by retail, now held 1,v John  II. _ kogstrom !o the nnu-.cs of XV. J. White and  J. A. Emerson.  Wil ITi; t: ElfERSOX.  Dated at Albert Canyon this 2nd dav of Pi'7't.  1SDS. ' tept" lm  Liquor License  Take notice, thai I. tho undersigned, intend  to apply R.1 days iifiT <3_ te to Iho Stipendiary  Magislfalcof lho Revelsloke Hiding of West  Kootenay fnr a license to sn~; Honor hv retail  at iny hotel, sit ua|.; on tliu Waverley 'waggon  road, ten mile* north oi Allinrt Canvon.  1"0I~J_!"T PATTERSON.  Kevelstoke, Augii't HI, IMS.  Notice  Notice is licTobv given thai T have'appllcd to  the Honorable tho Chief Coinmis-ioner of  Jjands and Works for a special license to cut  nnd carry away timber from III" following described lands, Mtiuile iu the dislrict of We-l  Koolenay: On Ihe cast ride of tlpp'T Arrow  Lake at Catena nay, about seven miles southeast cf Arrowhi'id, conuneiicii. . nt a post at  tlie northwest corner, about live ohi-.ins southeast nf (he inoulh of Deep Cieek and marl.ed  "C. II. M. N.W. Post," them _> running ������������������oulh  12.1 chain", thenco east SO chains, thence north  125 chains, thenco west SO chuins to point of  commencement.  C. II. Macintosh.  Rossland, P.. C, Angii'lSlrtl, ISMS,  Just received direct from Scotland.  If you -will come and look at our   BRUSSELS       /���������  '- ,   tapkstkv  ( jirnptc   wool    "jaljyV-lo   MaOIiI   JAIMKKSK RUGS "KD SQUAKKS  WOOL SQU ARKS'  FLOOR It HCS  COCOAXUT MATS  You will lio pleased.   And don't forget that wc  have a  Full Range of Linoleums  Also LACK CURTAINS, ART MUSLINS,  TOWELS nnd TOWKLLlXiJ. BLEACHED  and U-.'ni.EACIII*!' TABLE LISCN*.  Etc., Etc.  Dry Goods  A fine r."--ortment.  B6ots and Shoe.  I'.iKKCit ar.d be-'t assortment in the town  Anil remember to r.sk to so; our lines of  Straw and Felt Hats  We will sell -st rock  liottom price-, nnd will  try to please >on.  Revelstoke Station, Revelstoke and  Trout Lake City,  B.C.  C. B. Hunie & Co.  The Emphasis of Low  Prices  Worthy goods of every sort  are cheaper now than xve ever  remember.  Prices are ciown to rock bottom, and the selling capacity  of this business is the power  by whicli we control and distribute bargains.  The more business we muss  together the better chances we  give you to be thrifty.  Developing thi3 into a departmental store is bringing  the crowds in greater numbers  and special values are snapped  np in a hurry.  The reason .vhy things move  so quickly may be that you do  a good deal or looking before  you come here..      J ^  Great Bargains _a;Evcry ; _j  Dep'ar'tnierit' 'J  Glove department���������a plum  for "every -u.tomcr. . About 10  dozen is wh.it we have remaining ot our ^bi.s purchase  50 dozen of Emit Pewny & Co,  best quality Kid Glove's, four  button length?, in all the loading shades, every pair perfect  fitting. -They "were manufactured to retail at ������1.50, which  is their actual yaluc. Monday  we.,place them on sale at'the  -pheuominall3*~low^-pric8-of-90  cents.     As usual ,you will find  Big Bargains in Our.  -  Dress Goods Department  5 pieces colored cashmere  full colours,, only 25 'cents,  worth 45 cents.  5 pieces colored Cashmere,  all the leading shades, only  45 cents, worth 60 cents.  Cloak Department  We Lead, Others Follow.  Every novelty is shown here  at less than wholesale. We  are headquarters for everything in made up garments  We Lead, Others Follow.  For the Little Tots  Neat head gear for little  heads at little prices.  102 Fisher's toques in dainty  Tartan coloring,splendid value  at 75 cents. Watch them go  Monday at 50 cents.  The Big Stores' sheeting  and cotton values are known  to all economical housekeepers.  Here's a price specimen : 36  inches a rae cotton, good useful  quality, that you 11 pay 7 cents  (or elsewhere, here 20 |3rards  for ������1 -  Flannelette, 25 yards good  flannelette for 81  The    Great    Departmental  Store  for  the latest novelties  in   mens' neck   wear.     Hats,  j Clothing,  etc.,  lowest   prices  I and largest assortment,  MINING PROSPECTS  Numerous enquiries for good prospect cl.'ii.iis sire coining I'roin Russia nd.  Spokane nnil Unite. Monl.. and indications arc that the hulk or the capital coining inlo North Ivoolenay for  the next year will he American. The  American mining man understands  Kootenay properties 'unci Kootenny  methods in a way that the Englishman does not. The average British  capitalist who comes out here to go  into mining expects to. pick up War  Eagle's and Le Roi's on every street  corner, lie wants n dividend paying  mine, for which ho is prepared to pay  a quarter or half a million, ignoring  the fact llml lie could taken few likely prospects and in a short time con-_  vert them into profitable shippers for  less than a quarter of tfiu amount.  The shrewd American, however,  knows the ropes, buys claims for a  few thousand dollar..,' throws some  development work into them, and  stands good chances of quadrupling  his investment llie next time an English investor comes along.  There is no reason why our own  prospectors iind claim owners should  not make this profit themselves, as  many of i-hem have. The man who  has one good claim and puts it couple  of years intelligent hard work into it  has better chances of making his pile  than the prospector who t.ies himself  up with half a dozen prospects which  keeps his; nose, to ground doing assessment work. Under the British Columbia laws claims are big enough lo  satisfy everybody bul,the hogs, and  the mining hog does no good to any  country. So manv- hundred chums  are now .slaked "in. North Kootenay  that "only the best, of .them have a  chance to sell at, all, and those which  are opened up on common senso principles, and not merely by a few gopher  holes nro the ones that will fetch tlie  fancy prices.-  SILVER MINES.,  It will encourage tho struggling  miners in this part of the country who  have been hoping so many yours .for a  revival in silver mining to-read llie  following from the Denver Times:  Tho mining mon of the west state  "that thore is a grow ing deiniind~foF  silver properties from eastern investors and that this demand has grown  to a considerable size during the past  month. ' They admit that even before  there was some basis upon which to  lie found tlie belief that the Indian  mints would do something for the  white metal, there was ."in increasing  demand for such propoitics, hut insist  lhat the present demand is above  tho normal. Copper properties have  felt tlie impetus of hotter times for  Uie past year, and here in Colorado  the demand has been greater thnn'' al  any time sinco the panic. Others are  alfen feeling the effects of nn increased  demand, and from present indications  it will not he. long until the good old  times when fortunes were made in the  mines will again bo with -js. .Those  who claim to be in a position to know  assert lhat lhe investors in the east  are shrewd enough to foresee that the  territory acquired by the United  States as a result of the war will demand a larger use of silver coin, lhat a  more extended commerce will demand  a , more extended currency. With  these points -is a basis lltes-e capitalists are of the opinion lhat silver must  sooner or later stand a better chance  than it has in the past.  Commonwealth Gold Mining  Company  J. Jl. Robinson, tin: general miuinger  of the Commonwealth CSoM Mining  Co.. left last niglit for Trout Lake to  look after tho interests of lho company. Tlie Commonwealth holds two  silver-lead properties on the north  fork of Lardeau creek, near the town  of Ferguson, and about $5,000 worth  of work was done on them last year,  while some development has been  carried along this season. Mr. Robinson is now seeing lo the acquisition by  the comp.ny of another property in  tho sumo neighborhood.��������� Rossland  Miner.  A Sure Sign  There is no surer sign of an early  general election than the appearance  in all the local grit newspapers in the  west of the chesnut articles from a  writer in the employ of tlie Grits at  Ottawa and labelled -'Our Ottawa  Leiter." Ynu can Hnd it published in  local papers in Ontario, Quebec, the  Maritime provinces, Manitoba, the  Northwest Territories, and yea even  in British Columbia. A strange fact  is noticeable, however, and thai is  "' Our Ottawa Letter" has not appeared in the Toronto Globe, the  Winnipeg Free Press, the Vancouver  World or Province, the recognized  leading organ of tho Grit parly in  Canada. "Our Ottawa Letter" appears io the Kootenay Ma.il, Nelson  Miner, Calgary Tribune, Golden Era  and the Smith Edmonton Plaindealer  and many other papers in the west,  that lhe names are not jusl to hand at  pi-Sent, and anyone who so desires  can see it regularly in the papers  above named.  Jack Knowlcs cune up from Fergu-  soii last night. Mr. Knowles, who  with Dave Ferguson owns the Towser  adjoining the Sunshine and Silver  Cup, reports progress on ,Ihe new  tunnel, which is now in about 30 feet  with tho lend in sight. Tlie Towser  is in such good company that big  strikes are to be expected cn the property, and that they will conic, no  one who knows that patt of the  country, doubts for .in instance.  The Axe Again .  Dr. Fnrrer, attending physician for  the hospital and gaol at Kamloops,  has been given a short thrift by the  Semlin government, and under circumstances that make liis summary  dismissal a very discreditable act.  Di-.-Furrer has beta ill'iii.tho. hospital  nt Victoria for the past six weeks, and  during his enforced absence his partner. Dr. Proctor, attended to his  work. The fact that'Dr. Furrer was  ill ,aii_d in Victoria was probably  known to the members of tlie government and at any rate to tho member  fur the district who sought his dismissal to make a billet for someone  else. The letter from the provincial  secretary's oilii'o ��������� containing the dis-  luisNi) was dated the 3rd .September,  the dismissal to lake effect on the iltli  September, jusl S days from the writing of the letter. The letter was sent  to Kamloops and returned from there  to Dr. Furrer in Lhe hospital here. A  more cold-blooded, inconsiderate and  unJ!ist-ac:t-is-not-among_Lhe__nnnals__of_  politics in this province, and il will receive the condemnation of all fair,  minded critics. Tlie question now is,  who'll ho the next?���������Victoria Colonist.  Who Made the West  The great crops of Manitoba and the  Northwest are the pride of Canada.  They speak of improving lomlitioiis  and of a greet future for our Western  Territories. What is more, they  tifsti.y to the p-itriotism and wisdom  of Sir .Inhii Macdonald, Sir Charles  Tupper and the other statesmen who.  in the face of violent opposition, acquired the West for Canada, and  opened it up for settlement by means  of the Canadian Pacific Railway. Tl e  opponents of progress are today citing  the great West and its advancement  as ��������� proofs of their own governing  capacity. But the greater success we  have in tho Territories the piouder is  the monument that is erected to the  labors of the patriots who gave us  that country, and among whom for  courage and for foresight, Sir Charles  Tupper stands in llie foremost rank.���������  Toronto Mail and Empire.  The Member for Yale-Cariboo  Tl. Bostock, M.P., is nt present  making a tour of Southern Yale and  the Kootenays, consulting his constituents as to their requirements.  This is as it should bo, and Mr. Bostock  is adopting the only course by wliich  ho can become familiar with the  wauls of his people. Concerning his  lour the Nelson Economist of Ihu Uth  iiiFt. - observes: "We observe with  some degree of unfeigned plei'sure  that Mr. ll.jwitt BiiHtock, M. P.. is  now on a scrimage throughout tlm  interim" of this province. Mr. Bos-  lock's visits are always something lo  be remembered. He is, pcrhiip., best  known as nn orator, although his  ability as a diplomat is entitled to  special recognition. In nccoidance  with its time-honored custom of giving  honor to whom honor is due, the  Economist lakes pleasure in pointing  out some of the peculiarities that have  made Mr. Bostock famous as a speaker.  II is said of this gentleman, as was  once remarked of a distinguished  member of the Irish bur,Unit he cannot  open liis lips or raise his hand without  immediately exciting or captivating  lhe attention of every man around  him. And, again, like the fore-inen-  tioned legal luminary, theie is a  peculiar mellowness and deep sweetness in his voice, the lower tones of  which might, almost without hazard  of exiiggeration, be compared lo the  most delicate nnles of a hand organ,  when touched wilh a fine but, solemn  hand. It is a voice full of manly  melody. Jlr. Bostock'- greatest oratorical elfort in the Dominion House  where he is such a shining light, was  on the creamery question, with an  incidental reference to hens. We  hope Jlr. Bostock will favor Nelson  with a visit."  The Profanity Habit  Anyone who has walked along  certain of the streets of Revelstoke  cannot help being struck by tho  applicability of tlie following paragraph from a Toronto paper:  " The swearing habit is objectionable  anywhere, and on the street especially  is an evil that the strong arm of the  law should be ever eager to suppress.  Why should not llie authorities begin  a fcr'nsade'agaiiist the streeo nuisance ?  If the magistrate were to imitate tlie  example of a New York'.justice, who  lined a young fellow ������50 for swearing  he would' establish a warning that  might bo needed. Perhaps the law  here does not permit,so heavy a  penalty, but the limit should be imposed in every possible case until  foul-niouthed men, women and youths  are compelled to cease their evil  practice."   '  The Master Speaks  There is evidence every day to show  that the Laurier- government is-in  mental dread of a prohibition victory  afc*' the polls. La Patrie, Hon. Mr.  Tarte's -l-gan'in Montreal, throws, off  the mask completely aud publishes an  article written no doubt iiy the minister of public works himself wliich  appeals to the farmers with the statement that, the distilleries heing  closed, a profitable market for barley,  corn and other grains would be lost to  the farmers of Canada by prohibition.  La Patrie also states that the farmers  should not lose sight of the fact that-  total prohibition would entail the  failure of thousands'of canning establishments and throw at least 300,000  employees on the street. Mr. Tarte's  temperance friends will read the conclusion of the iiiticle with pleasure:  "Farmers who wi������_i to"avo"id""tlie'  evils of drunkenness in their respective parishes have the means at their  disposal for protecting themselves l-.y  Ihe adoption of a municipal bylaw  prohibiting the opening of saloons and  the sale of liquors in the limits of their  jurisdiction."  Through Whirlpool Pass  John Brown, E. Looby, J. Kelly, J.  Lubbock and L. P. McDonald returned  last night from their prospecting trip  to Wood river, west of the Rockies.  Thev followed the Jasper House trail  to that pninl.-ind then diverged on the  old 11. B. Co. trail whicli ran from  Kdmonton to the Big Bend of tlie  Columbia, crossing the mountains in  the Whirlpool p.iss between Mounts  Brown and Hooker. They left Edmonton on July 18th, travelled to  within 25 miles of the Big Bend of  tlie Columbia river and returned to  f'.dmonton on September 1 Ith. They  had IS horses and brought all b.ick in  good condition', except one that was  drowned. Thil distance travelled was  nearly 1.000 miles, and the part from  Jasper House to Wood river had not  been travelled for many years. They  met McKvoy. of the geological survey,  near Jasper House. He will-be back  to Edmonton in a couple of weeks.  The rivers were high oil the way out.  They saw very little game. Killed  one grizzly bear and some porcupines.  Saw no goats, sheep or deer, although  they saw deer tracks. Prospectors  from Donald had come into the region  which was their objective point. A  large party had wintered there last  winter nnd were coming into winter  again. Swift, who livps near the  Henry House, well within the mountains, had a garden in which were  potatoes, peas, rut.ibairas: cabbages  and a little wheat. The potatoes weie  gootl and the tops not frozen on Aug.  20th. Snow fell io the mountains and  frost occurred in the low lands on the  night of September l������t. The pai ty all  look well although they had a hard  trip.���������Edmonton Bulletin.  BRITISH COLUMBIA WHEAT  Beautiful Sample of  Wheat   Grown   in  Okanagan Valley   on Exhibition   at  the Grain Exchange  A magnificent sample of red Fyfe  wheat giown at Armstrong in lhe  Okanagan valley. British Columbia  is on exhibition at the grain exchange  s lys the Winnipeg Telegram. All  who have seen the sample say it ia  very fine. It resembles very much a  sample of red Fyfe wheat received  from the Peace River two or three  years ago. The following letter from  the secretary of the Okanagan 'flour  mills accompanied the letter: - "We  send you today a sample of Manitoba,  wheat 1 hard grown from seed procured lost spring. The wheat has'  been put through one elevator separator, only weighs 65 pounds ' to tho  bushel and yields   45   bushels   to the  icre. This is tlie first lot we have  received. biiD it is 100 per cent,  better  han the seed we have sown from.  Notwithstanding the' repeated assertion from Manitoba that we can't  grow hard wheat here, wo will this  year have over 70,000 'bushels of that  .vheafc ourselves and the other two_  mills should receive as much. Fully  50 per cent, of our v.-heat is now-  spring Fyfe."  Gold Robbery, at Lillooet"  LiLLOOET.'Sept. 30.���������On-Sunday the'  Golden Cache amalgamated clean-up-  of 35 days, SOO ounce.--; valued at $G,_00-  tvas stolen from the company's safe atS'  Lillooet. The police' are hot ou the'  trail of the thieves.  The Sunshine," Limited  The Sunshine, Limited, a subsidiary   .  company of the Lillooet, Frasei- River  and Cariboo Gold Fields, Limited, has*  just received another cheque amount-  ing'to $0,215.11 in  respect-of a shipment    of    about    53*   Ions' of    ore  from   its - Silver  -Cup",-, prop _i-ty   -in; .'  the Trout Lake district to tbe Hall  Miuessmelter afc Nelson.- About 650''  tons of lhis   ore 'have<* been   shipped  during the last - fow months,; yielding'  (freight, treatment and duty charges1  deducted)    nearly    $70,000  from - the*"  different  smelters.���������Nfews-Advertiseir'-  Great Western' Min������3"'  Jno. J. Young,  of CalgaryJ was1 in-"  town yesterday- on hi'isiness'cotinected  with the Great  Western Miiies   Ltd.-  H.e   informed   the   Herald     before" -  leaving that it was decided yesterday  to run a hundred fool tunnel bn the'  Nettie L, one of the company's Ferguson properties.    -The" tunnel.will  lie-  run to hit the lead at'a-depth of about" .  -I25'-feet7^This year's -assessment-work���������~  nn the Nettie L consisted1 "in ' fr.rther-  sinkmg the 20 foot shaft on the -ledge. ,.  During    tl-.e     work'   a  considerable'  quantity of grey   copper  and  galena  identical in appearance with" the ore  from the Silver Cup.-was   taken   out.  From indications it is- expected   that "  the tunnel about to lie run   will   dis-'  cover a big  body 'of shipping   ore' of/  higli grade. - " ���������' -  Spokane Fruit Fair-  To the Editor cl the Herald..  Sir:���������Do not the pspple-of Revel--  stoke appear to be somewhat indifferent about the amount of attention"  that will lie given to the northerly'  part of West Kootenav'.* mineral pro-"  dnction as represented'.;nfc tiie Spoknne  Fair next month. What will lie onr <>  fate if we go unrepresented ?" Why,  the tenderfoot will trample noon u<<.  and lhe visiting capitalist neglect to  nsk us up to tlie liar, the lingering  shadows of our greatness will have"  departed and our reputation irretrievably in the tureen nnd'wo shall he left'  to weep for the days that are no more.*  A Ins I poor Fnr well!  Revelstoke. Sept. 10th. ILBi-  Killing the Lardeau  To the E _it .r'of the Herald:  Sin:     Yonr  issue   of   August  3l's_  contained nn article by R.  W. Nor--  they,   late   editor  of   the   Kootenay  Mail, entitled "Killing the  Lardeau."'  It is quite amusing to the people here  to note that the way the Grcat_North-  ern     and     Silver   Queen    are   being'  worked, does not suit  Mr. Noi they,-  also tliat he hnd used his X rays on  those properties and finds that the ore"  100 feet deeper is much improved.  The gentleman is perfectly correct,  however.- in Bis surmise that many'  prospectors consider their claims' as--  good as the Broadview. Now, prospectors in tliis part of Kootenay are-'  used to receiving advice which costs1  nothing, and we will'take it nt cost.  -"intend to take a' few" .lessons in"  journalism some day from tlie Trout*  Lake Topic and will then tell Mr.-  Northey how to run a newspaper.  La.-__~~.-~_ Peospectou, Revelstoke   Herald  Pnbli-hed ln interests of    ?au. Big  nieeillewAOt, Albert Canyon  Trout Lake  Jordan  Kerelstoke, Lardeau, Big Bond  ��������� leillowdot, Albert Canyon.  Piea and Eagle l������asi Diatriota  A- JOHNSON Proprlot    .  A. Beml-Weekly Joornal. published In the  later**-, at Revelstoke and tho uurrcundiuK  dUMct, Wednesdays and Saturdaj u, ma-lug  3l<a������at oosnectlona with all trains.  ASVeSutaf-Ratcs: W.play ads. M pm  oeluiunluch.V.liOperlnchwhonlnsertodontiilo  on. l^gal aa������..12c pur (nonparoil) lino for  fix*. Insertion; 80 for oaoh additional luaortion.  Heading notloes, 15c por lino each issue. Birth,  -tf anUse and Death notices, froo.  -SXEEptlon Hates: By mall or carrier. 12 pn  per annum : ������1._5 for sir month-, strictly In  *1U?ej*ob Department: Inn H_iiai.ii Job  Dopaitment Is ono of tho host equipped  erlotlng offloee in Weal Kootenai-, anil Is prepared to exoout- .11 kinds of printing ln 11 rot  Sua ���������tyle at honest prices Ono prico to.au...  Wo Job too lar������e���������none mo small���������forus,  Give us  Mail  trial  orders promptly attended to,  on your next order. .  ToOorrespondontu: Wo-lni correspondence un any subject of inureat '-o the Kouoral  rn bile, and de_lre a rolialil' regular corree-  Sondont ln every locali' siirroiindiiiB  BOTelstoke. In all cases the bona tide nuiiu.  of tha writer niutjtiuxompany manuscript, out  not neeennarlly for piiblicntio .  Address all communications  REVEL8TOKE HERALD  Revelstoke. t3. C.  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  DEVELOPMENT I CMADI TRADE  s  legibly  1. All   correspondence    muat    be  -Titten on one side of the paper only. .  ������. Corro-pondenco      containlnR      perernal  matter must be sinned with t_.a pr porni.me   tQ  ''sVoSwwondenco with reference to any  __l_K that has appoared in another pnior  must flrst bo offeree for publication to lhat  paper beforo It can appear fn Tub Hkbai.b.  WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1898.  Autumn   Musings  )l*rce l.nm-0  The, approach of autumn is not an  enlivening thing to contemplate. One  wonders why-the poet, who is, above  a'.l things, the,interpreter of nature's  sentiments,- should call the autumn  fields happy. It Is the last thing in  the world that they look, especially  where the frost has laid its blighting  hand. In fact, one has 11 kiml of  feeliug lhat nature must be just as  unhappy in her worn-out���������or, rather,  fast wearing out���������garb as any of us  ���������would he in shabby discolored clothes,  etpeclally If they were the remnants  of thoso which had seen a day o������  great glory, und been once possessed  o- what one might call a green  felicity. Untidiness has, in spring  time and youth, a wild charm all its  own. but it suits the age of decay  neither in nature or humanity. Never  mind." In a month or two this faded  yellow appearance will give place to  the beautiful snow, and wo will all  be walking over in the dark at half  past four to rubberneck Uie train.  And the only things auburn will ho  the yellow journals sold by the philosophical noway.  I.i Hung Chang has heen ilis-  _-l_6_d from power at the demand  of the British government.  China has reached tho.stato of governmental weakness where it does any  thing that anybody calls for. Germany asks for' a port, ami gets it:  RuEsia demands a province, aud it is  handed over; Great Britain Kecks  her chief statesman's dismissal, and  he goes. Tho oldest of civilizations  is in it3 decrepitude. Its condition  ie an invltatlou to plunderers.  A. correspondent wroUTi-TMrr~J6hn"  Burns, M. P., asking him if he would  use his influence to secure him a  position under the county council or  In connection with the house o������ commons. He was foolish enough to offer  to pay tho member, for Battersea for  his trouble. This roused Mr. Burns,  and he administered a rebuke to the  applicant which ho- is not likely to  forp-t. This was Mr.'' Burn's reply:  "Lavender Hill, July 23, 1858. Dear  Sir: I cannot-comply with your ro-(  quest. I would suggest that you do  not  write  similar  letters    to    other  public men. What would the civil  ".-"rvlc" bo if elected representatives  for payment betrayed their trust, and  secured appointment!, for those who  showed their moral unfitness for any  office by offering money to secure  them ovor otuer candidates? Under  these conditions administration would  be corrupt, the staff criminal, Kovern-  ment   hell,   and   the   devil   would   be  king. Towards this state I declln.  to Mslst. Yours faithfully, John  Burni."  THE     HOOLEY      REVELATIONS  Loudon and Its Matvels���������Seven Tunes  Twins���������Women as Agriculturists  Canadian Exports���������The Australian  Oranges��������� American Competition���������  The   British Harvest���������The Weather  '- London. August 23.���������It is no slislit  compliment to Lord Charles Beres-  ford's ability and energy, that the  foremost commercial body in tlie  Kingdom lias selected him for tlie  discharge it duty uttterly foreign to  tlie calling in which he has hither-  flistin'guished himself. But it is  a truism to say that a capable man  will do well whatever he undertakes,  and in entrusting the important, work  referred to, to Lord Charles Bcres-  ford, the associated chambers of commerce of Great Britain nave done  credit to their own discretion as well  as to tho admiral's ability. The associated chambers represent all tne  chambers of commerce in the United  Kingdom. It is therefore the most important commercial body in the land,  and the mission now entrusted to Lord  Charles is probably the most impouan  it has ever deputed to tlie care of any  individual. His instructions are of  a very wide and comprehensive character. He is to enquire especially,  "as to what extent the Chinese government, appears to bo in a position  to gunr.-intce tlie safe employ ment of  Uritish capital .now in llie interior  of tlie country, as well as in the  immediate future." It is almost an  enquiry into the present and prospective stability of the Chinese government itself.  Attention has been drawn to a fact  wbicn mis been published in the now  report on Canadian Agriculture.  Professor Robertson quotes a letter  written by a Liverpool merchant 10  a Montreal exporter in which he says  that the s.s. Parisian arrived on a  particular date with SOO boxes of  ���������lined" cheese, whicli wo know as  margarine cheese in tliis country;  these boxes having neither brand nor  mark to denote their character. The  names of the shipper and the Liverpool firm are given. They were undoubtedly, as the writer says, soul  from Chicago via Monrcal Cor the  purpose of evading seizure at either  of the ports of the U. S. On another  day the attention of the Canadian  commissioner was called to a suspicious lot of 177 boxes of cheese which  had been shipped from Chicago, and  winch were to be sent to Glasgow.  They were not branded, but the_.bo_.es  were marked with the letters "U.S.A."  and the ends. "Produce of the U. S. A."  No definite chemical test was made,  but in the opinion of the comm'sslon-  or they were also margarine chesse.  Those who are interested in the detection of margarine will do well to  lieni" these facts in mind and it  would lie as well that suspicious  cheese should be occasionally testsd.  as well as suspicious butter; for  large quantities are manufactured in  the States, whereas in Canada no such  article is allowed to be manufactured  at all whether margarine, or margarine ..butter.   .    ...   . ... _, .  Notwithstanding the decisive victory of General Kitchener In the Soudan there .Is ln England Increasing  dissatisfaction with Lord Salisbury  (whose war feeling, if he has any. is  hold In leash by the Queen) for not  taking firmer ground against the ag-  sresRions of Russia in the East. Even  the usually mild Liberals join with  the Jingoes in objecting to the weakness of the .Tory diplomacy and seem  to relish Chamberlain's more defiant  attitude. Tbat the party is under a  cloud is duo not so much to lack of  an acceptable and recognized leader  as to the Increasing drift, on tho part  ol the nation at large, towards imperialism. - This is Bhown in the abandonment of Irish home rule, and in  the favor with -which Liberals look  oa tho permanent occupation of  Egypt and the active prosecution of  the war against tho Khalifa. It also  flnda expression In the regard paid to  the idea of an Anglo-American alliance  and the world domiaau.c of the two  HOOLEY REVELATION'S  Mr. Justice White gave judgment on  Wednesday iu th������ application, to commit for contempt of court Earl di In.  Warr, Mr.Broadly, and Mr. Bradshaw.  who had been reported by t..c registrar as having attempted to bribe  Mr. Hooley to alter his evidence in  their favor. Briefly the result ij that  Lord tie la Warr escapes by the skin  oC liis teetli and Mr. Broadly by  something less. The judge remarked,  concerning Mr. Hooley. that he was  "not a mere liar, ecatiermg accusations which he knew to bo without  foundation," but that he was as a  witness, "rash, reckless and inaccurate. Sometimes he seems to be under  mere illusions." and in a word, Mr.  Justice Wiight determined to <li..re-  g.iril bis e.vid-nce ahogetner. Discredit tin" .villein:'"- as ,!i- will, the  plain fact remain" that systemarifally  he gave lnrg.* sums to "all kinds of  persons to pay the ".ei-vices" which  they knight render, or were supposed  to render to his companies. He had  concerns to soli; ho paid these poo-  ple for bringing, or In the hope that  they might bring, buyers'. II" cert-iln-  ly paid a number of pn-.toisional business mon and a certain number r.f  noble lords. Lord DM la Warr and  and Lord Alb"marl_'s attempt to rirnw  11 sharp distinction between re.eiv-  uc sn spunod puiisnoui iim.-m.-is 3ti|  inducement to Join a hoard and receiving them as a reward " for services "rendered" is sheer nonsense.  Common sens, protests that thore is  no distinction.  Surely this from the Birmingham  Gazette beats the record: "Seven  times has Mrs. Edward Harris of  Picklari ., given birth to twins. The  last pair were boys, and arrived about  two weplis ago. The 11 children aro  all living. .Mrs. Harris is in her ."3rd  year."  LONDON  In a volume of statistics and (igure-i  Just   issued   by   the    London     county  council   there   are   some   particulars  about  London  which  are  to  say  the  least  stupendous  and  Amazing.    One  learns  that  the  population    was     in  the       month       of        March.        1830,  l.'H3,018. Nothing Illustrates  the wonderful character of the London po],ulaiion better than tho calculation marie by an authority that  in London there, are moro Scotchmen  than in Aberdeen; more Irishmen  than lu Belfast; more Welshmen  than lu Cardiff; more Jews than  in Palestine; and more Roman Catholics than in Home.   A child, on b.ing  1  informed of the size of London, remarked, "what a lot of cooking thero  must be," and certainly the statistics  arc startling. There are fifty million  gallons of ale, eight million gallons  of wine consumed in a year. But  the food supply is on the same scale  ���������2,000.0110 quarters of wheat; SuO.OOO  oxen; 1,000,000 sheep, pigs and  calves; 9,000,000 head of game and  poultry; iind 150.000 tons of fish���������  a list thai would have given huge  satisfaction   to  Smicho  Pan'/.a.  Some particulars about the public places of London are interesting  and suggestive. Theie are about loOO  ihcaircs, music halls, and concerl  rooms. There are over S.000 public  houses, and 2000 coffee houses. The  school board spends about X3.000.000  on the 500 schools under its care, and  educates 000,000 children for that  amount. There are 1G00 churches aad  chapels���������which means that if all its  people were suddenly smitten with  the desire to go to divine service, it  would be impossible for nine out of  every ten to gratify the wish. This  is perhaps the most significant fact  in all its characteristics. Within a  12 mile radius of Charing Cross there  are -100 railway stations, there are  SOO miles of railway in Loudon, there  are 2000 omnibuses, tliere arc 1100  tram cars, and 25,000 cabs or one sort  or other.  Thero has been a remarkable development, of the Canadian export  trade which is scarcely likely to be  maintained at tlie samo rate. The  institution of the new Canadian customs scheme, by which British.goods  are admitted at 25' per cent less duty  than those from other countries, is  responsible for the fact that last week  ovor .CS7.000 worth of woollens were  exported from Liverpool to the Dominion. The facts will probably come  to the ears of continental firms, and  arc not likely to impart pleasurable  feelings, especially in Germany. It  should now become tho duty of those  concerned to bo on the look out for  any attempts at introducing foreign  goods into Canada by surreptious  methods, tlio nature of whicli it is  not necessary to indicate.  WOMEN AND AGR1 Lo.-^_>.E  The Counless of Warwick is about  10 make an interesting experiment,  and. one which is likely it it meets  with success, to havo an appreciable  effect upon agriculture in England.  Lady Warwick's idea is that it would  bo useful to form setlleiueius of women in-different parts of the country  for ihe cultivation of the land, and  thus enable them to add to their income by the sale of fruit, flowers,  vegetables, poultry, eggs, honey, or  tho produce of their gardens and poultry runs. There is little doubt that  a moderate means of livelihood can  bo obtained in lhis way. but in the  present state of keen competition  success falls chiefly, if not entirely,  to the "trained capacity" and o-gani."-  0(1   worker.  These women, therefore, who propose to embark on such nu enterprise  .must lirst qualify themselves for tho  work. The hostel which Lady Warwick hopes to open in Oclobar in connexion wilh the Reading college, will  be an institution where" such qualifications may be obtained, lt will be  founded for the definite purpose of  enabling women over the age of IG  10 obtain a thorough training (theoretical and practical) in tho lighter  branches of agriculture, viz: Flower  and fruic farming, anti packing for  market, especially bush fruit, tomatoes, mushrooms, etc.. bee and poultry rearing, dairy work. etc. The  council of Reading college have consented to provide the necessary  courses of instruction, aud to recognize tne Countess of Warwick's hostel, as a place of residence for women students. The full course of instruction will extend over two years,  aim the fees for board and instruction  will not exceed   C..0 a year.  AUSTRALIAN* ORANGES ~  Juki as the Tasmania apples reaches  this country when the home grown  in ores'"are"- exhaustedy- the���������Australian"  orange is now endeavoring io obtain  a footing here by arriving sonic-  months before the advent of the European varieties. During the past  few days the unusual sight has been  presented at the principal London  fruiterer.-, of a tempting display of  luscious oranges from N'ew South  Walcb they having arrived by th_ P.  R- O. steam'i" Oceana, and tho Orient  steamer Oruba; and further weekly  consignments i;ro ',-xi_ ��������� _t'-fl until ihe  end of the month. 'Tho trade thus  beginning is a purely private enterprise, but it is b'-ing watehed with  c-onrdderabK; interest by lhc Soiirh  Wales government, whos-e action, indeed, In sending an experimental shipment last year undoubtedly paved lie-  wav for lho present development  While the official consignment  made the voyage in c.jol chamber!'.,  and was thus able tr, be retailed ir;  firm condition, those now arriving as  a general cargo, aro not quite in such  grand condl.iou.  WOLF TONE CELEBRATION"  Nothu-Uii.-tanri'mg the success of  lho Wolf Tone eelebraiion in Dublin,  it i.i notable that tin; new '.\\ hu-.  Killed th old ''MU tor good and ail.  Homo rule Is on Its last leg.-;, and  shaky at that, so far as practica!  politics aro concerned. The Jri^h local government act of th" last -e_=:.ion  has dealt a most severe blow to iho  Nationalist party, whoso funds havo  for some years boon getting lower and  lower. America, a prolific s-onroo of  supply, ha.-i shown a great falling off  since the war with Spain broke on!.,  and the Anglo-Saxon nipprr.(|iru.".:il  was inaugurated. The probability r  w.j shall have le^; ;,n,] \,:hH 0f ti,,.  Irish Nationalist"- in parliament, and  that tho campaign will now be shifted  to the Emerald Isle, where an attempt, will bo made to eaptur". tlie  new council;-, under the local government act. For this roliof the country  generally would bo profoundly ihank-  ful.  TRADE  WITH  CANADA  The development of trade with Canada, is a matter of vast importance  to this country. From a national  point of view, it Is clearly advantageous in the faco of jealous continental  rivalry, that the immense colonial  dependencies .should   be  brought  into  use of the latest developments in now TO  tinnslt. Canadian butler now disputes the market with Danish, and  thero is no reason why Canadian bacon, cheese and fruit should not be  equally successful. In 1885 only three  per cent of our food stuffs came from  Canada. In 1S~7 we took eight per  cent. By giving English goods tho  benefit or preferential treatment In  duties, Canada has made a bold and  generous bid for a commercial alliance.  SOUTH  WALES STRIKE  Sad reports come from the South  Wales district. In consequence or the  long continued strike, when for three  months, 100,000 men have ceased  working. From Newport, nil important shipping port, sad report of the  destitution existing in consequence  come, SO per cent of the shipping  business of lhe port has vanlsed, trade  is practically at a stand still, credit  has stopped, and the local funds are  drying up lhrough the Inability of  the townspeople lo keep up subscriptions. Sir Edward Fry, for many  years a judge of the highest ability  and distinction, was' appointed hy the  President of the Board of Trade, in  the exercise of his statutory powers,  as eoncilliator. He had several interviews with tlie leaders ot the men  who expressed their desire to cooperate willi him in making terms of  peace. The masters would have nothing to do with him. Tliey would  not acknowledge him or the minister  who selected him. or tho government  to'which that minister belongs, or  the act of parliament which gave Sir  Edward his position. Tliis childish  arrogance, this obstinate refusal, not  only to take advice, but to listen to  ii. must turn public opinion against  tlie' masters.  THE  POPE  The recent illness of tho Pope has  set  a   good   many     people     talking  about_^the  succession     to   the    papal  chair.    The probability of the election  of  Cardinal   Jernian   Maria  Gotti,   of  the Carmelite order, whose name has  been frequently mentioned on the continent does nol seem great, not, however, on acounl of his humble birth���������  he    is tlie    son    of a Genoese    dock  laborer���������for   this   consideration   may  not   be   suposcd   to   weigh     with   the  conclave.     Many  popes   have  sprung  froin> ranks   far   removed   from   the  purple".      Nicholas     Brakspear,   afterwards   Adrian   IV,   tlie  only   Englishman who ever became pope, was onee  so poor as to be compelled to beg his  bread.      But Cardinal Gotti  does not  appear to bo sufficiently popular, notwithstanding  liis  brilliant  diplomatic  services in Brazil, to warant the assumption" that  he will   bo  elected  to  uccoed Loo XIII.  THE GLADSTONE DUBLIN STATUE  The   Dublin  corporation  having refused   to  assist  in  any  way    in  tlie  election of a statue"to Mr. Gladstone,  Sir Charles Gavan  Duffy, who in his  day,   worked   and   suffered   more   for  the cause of Ireland than all the Par-  nellites   together,   writes     from    San  Dalma���������/;o,   10   express   his     contempt  for  '"the  disgraceful   and    disgusting  conduct" of the Dublin corporation in  refusing to do so.    Tho'action ot the  Parnellite   corporation   has   been   admitted   by  English  home  rulers to  bo  hard   to   endure,   but  Sir  Charles  exclaims:     "How much  harder is it for  Irish Nationalists to see the cause they  lovo. disgraced  so far as  the misconduct of tl'.e handful of Phillistines can  disgrace il before the civilized world!"  Tho ungrateful Parnellite parly is reminded   by   the   veteran   Nationalist  that even after the amplest allowances  aro   made   for   the     services     of   Mr.  Parnell  and  the   Irish  party,  the  fact  remains   if   there   had     been   no   Mr.  Gladstone the Irish cliurcli would still  be  unruformed.     The  Irish  franchise  would  still   be  a  mockery  of  popular  representation,   tho   protection   of   tho  ballot   vculd   not  exist,   and   a   homo  rulo  bill  would   not  have  passed  the  House of Commons.  STOP     THE  TRAFFIC  DRINK  You can lead a horse to water,  But you cannot mako it drink,  ll is leading and not driving  That Is wanted now I think.  \ou may pass a prohibition. law,  And  this  is  all  you'll  do;  Put scores of men Inside the jail,  Men just as good ns you.  Why make a drink of beer a crime,  Men buy just what thoy want;  To say that lnw will Rtop tho drink  Is nothing cIbo but caul.  For freedom is the Briton's boast,  Frco to choose good or ill;  Unruly if you touch his beer,  I'm sure you'll find  him still.  lias prayer and pleading lost its power  The  human  heart lo reach;  Or is it faith that's wanting,  In those that pray and preach.  Convert a man from drinks desire,  Ho wont go near a bar;  In saying that ho shall not drink,  You surely go too far.  ���������GEORGE   WELLS.  Jumping Pond, September 12, 18U8.  T_HE JV-IJMG HXCHJ-JieEl  FRONT STREET, REVELSTOKE  Best $1.00 a day bouse in town.  The bar is supplied with tbe best brands of Wiues,  Liquors   and   Cigars.  Free Bus Meets MM Trains.  filDS LUJ.D Proprietor  F. JAeCJ-RTY  .  SIGHT  TO   BEHOLD.  fjOOfe upward to tho -Zliro dome,  Where suns anil plmicts aro at home  And where tho clouds ut pleasure roa_a_  Look outwurd to the billowy sea,  Whoro argosies for you nnd mo  Drift rudderless and will not bo  Directed to bomo port whero we  May get their golden cargoes freo.  Look upward to the mountain top,  From which un avalanche may drop.  Look down the street :i milo or ao,  Where peoplo corno und people go  In such a tossing that they seem  The flotsam of u awollcu stream.  Look into windows whore tho gold  And jowels of the now and oltl  Aro bet in glittering array  For those who havo lho cash to pay.  Look ut bomo passing carriage which  . May make you wish that you were rich.  Look anywhere���������that is lo say,  Look anywhere except her way���������  For, lo, here comes whnt we'd conceal,  A dumpy woman on u wheel I  And did you ever?  .Oh, met   Oh, inyl  ���������New York Sun  -Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in   PR.LME BEEF, PORK,  .MlDTT0<N JliND BJflDBJIfiB'a  l.ish   ami   ("Same   in    Season.       Markets   at   .Kevelstoke,  llevelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout .Lake City, and Ferguson."  Columbia House  ���������"gatay  A DOG THAT;OWNS JORKINS.  AMERICAN COMPETITION IN CAST  IRON0  An interesting example of the competition home industries have to go  against is furnished this week by'the  experience of the Glasgow corporation,  who some time ago invited tenders for  tl.o supply of 1,000 tons-ot cast iron  pipes.'- The two lowest tenders came  from tho United States, but ns the  castings were wanted in nine foot  lengths, and thoso specified hy the  Americans were 12 feet. long, revised  r:_ti_iates were askol for, and tho amounts of tho several quotations made  known. - The amended offers show,  that an American firm again asks less  than any of the others; and as tliero  aro ovr 200 iron foundries in Glasgow, and most of thorn deal in pipes,  the committee In charge decided to  have the matter over for future consideration.  THE  WEATHER  AND  CROPS  Sinco the beglnlng of last week up  to .Monday night, we havo been treated to a spell of brilliant weather, tho  thermometer fluctuated from 70 to 80  degrees in the shade, and tho moist  state ;,t the atmosphere rendered the  heat oppressive In the extreme. Under these conditions harvest has  been rapidly proceeding. Some of tho  crops are a good deal battered, but on  the whole they have not been so sovei fly handled as anticipated, with  a further spell of floe weather, farmers will be able to say, ho far as  Britain is concerned, an admirable  harvest has been reaped. The crops  are .0 heavy in certain districts that  tlio Amorican mar-iifnei. havo been  found foo light for thf* work, and  many  nave  broken  down.  And Samson cried wilh a Jond  vclco: "Tho plebiscite is upon u_.-'  Turn out, everybody, and voto on Ihe  2!>Ui according to your own convictions and not according to any  one olso's.    Do your own thinking.  The exhibition at New Westminster  will, not be postponed on account of  Hie late terrible fire lliere. Every effort, is being made to push forward  Ihe work of providing the necessary  a'.coinnioilation. A system of locomotion   is   being   'arranged     between  closer relations with tho mothor conn-1 New Westminster and Vancouver,  try. Cold storage has brought about I which it is thought will provide ali  a revolution in thn handling of pro-j'hat is required. Fuller Information  duco, and tho government of Canada will bo supplied in th. course of a  i.-i doing all that IS possible to makej'hiy or two.  __ . Canine Is Tyrannical uud -Its. Joy  kiuB Is the Sufferer.  Jerkins owns a dog, or, to bo move ex.  pliclt, tho dog owns .lorkins,' and tliej  both livo with Mrs. Jorklns In a flat,  much to the discomfiture of that good  woman, who does uot as a general thiny  tolerate dogs.  "Piper has moro sonso than most people," Jorklns says when expatiating on.  the virtues of his favorite  "Yes," Mrs. Jorklns adds, sarcastically,  "ho knows enough to oomo in when it  rsins, becauso he hntos to got wot."  Piper .is a dog of parts���������part terrier,  with a strain of bird dog and n, dash of  water spaniel. Ho dislikes to get his feet  wet and U afraid of a gun. Ho seldom  barks at night nnd would wag his tail nt  sight of fc burglar and nccompnny him  through th"> house noiselessly. He has ouo  uocompllshniont, and one only. Ha goon  down threo flights of flat" stair., overy  morning to bring up .tl_6 daily paper,  which Mrs. Jorklns gets from hhn by  strategy in the courso of tku dny after he  has chewed it to pulp.  Jorklns had often intimated to Mrs. J.  thnt it was no troublo to bring up a canine  hybrid by hand and believes that now,  when ho is brought up and, they can  neither sell, lose him or give him away,  that her ministrations should contlnuo,  and tbat If sho cannot' go out and tnko  Piper with hor it is her duty to stay at  homo.  Tho other day. Mrs. .Jorklns struck. She  ~hod"oft'en~throateu~ed--"to7~an(i-__i~6no~bc"cn~  lion had struck���������tho dog. Sho now refused to attend to Piper's diet another  hour. Sho dcclarod she might ns well livo  ln a rioefleld ns to bo eternally cooking  ripe in the flat kitchen for that dog. Sho  eaid that Piper uto a gallon of boiled rlca  por ijiom.  "I'll sm him further," she said to tho  astonished Jorklns, " bofore I turn myself  Into n Hindoo, cooking rlco for him. Try  it yoursolf and soo.how you liko It."  ���������lorkins was crushed. Ho asked incokly  whero tho rlco was kopt nnd spent tho  rest of the day cooking lb, whilo his wlfo  lutlrod with i\ bud hcadncho. IIo flllod  every tub, pun, pall and basin in tho fiat  with boiled rlco, tlio proportions of whioh  appalled him. Hiding as much of it ni  he could, ho took in a steaming mess to  givo Piper, who hnd concealed himself under Sim. .lorkins' loungo.  "Yoticun't givo ������ dog rcdhot food,"  suid liis wife. " You inu_t cool it for him.  I always do."  Iici- husband looked at her with admiration, ilo wus hoglniilng to think ber a  martyr. Ilo took tho rlco and lho dog Into  tlio kltchon, whither Mrs. .1. presently  followed him. Sho found him on bU  km i'.i, with his blcyclu pump, hard at  woik. llu was cooling the rice, whiln  Piper .-at. by und howled.���������(Jblcii#oTium������-  tU--'...  Russia is threatened with famine.  The harvest in seven provinces has  been a complete failure, and the suffering and distress amongst the inhabitants is already very severe. Even  tho landed proprietors arc asking for  government aid, and sis is usual in  such cases government is moving  very slowly. Meanwhile cattle and  human beings aro suffering from extreme want. The peasants are exhausted from lack of food and unless  the promised supplies "arc speedily,  sent, the suffering among the peasantry will be terrible.  We Have a Good Supply of ���������  Building  Material  an* Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR S POT CASH  Call and see us. We can fix you  '  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  " Revolstoke Station. B. C.  Tho   largest hotel   iu  lown. '     Centrally  Choice   Wines,   Liquors   and  Cigars  Best    accommodation. Kates    !__     per  Brown & Pool, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  located vl  il  day  ��������� il  ORIENTAL HOTEL  Large light bed rooms.     Rates  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Tnble furnished with'ji  tlie choicest-, the market1!  affords. J3est Wines J  Liquors     nnd      Oigarsil  $1.00 a day.     Monthly  race;  J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.  - . ���������-- :.]  (1  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake District:  j-  Sad.llo    and      Pack  always for hire.  Ilorsesd  Freighting  specially.  and   Teaming   i>  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's  Landing-every morning at 7 cf'elock  for Trout Lake City."   For particulars write  CRAIG to HILLMAN, Thomson's Landing.  ���������J<1  A  GOOD  CHANCE  To secure 0.10 of thoio desirable lot.'!  CHEAP on the C._&K. Steam Navifl  gutioii Couipany'b ".lie.  Donfc    wait     till  our why, but liUY  tlio    boom  NOW.  come;  HAIG 8c CRAGE  Sole Agents. I  ".****"R������ Sure and.register at thn  BJ5LM0-U-L .HOTEL  When you reach FERGUSON.  The table ig provided with the best  the market affords.     Rales  from  $2  to .$3 per day.  CUMMINGS BROS..  Proprietor.'  E. Wood  Jlretoiteet  and Buildep  Eetimates, plans and spcollicsttons furnished  on application. -hop nnil roDrir work  piompt.y,, ulten.leil to. Woiiil oii\i ft a  spcciulty."    Work    "hup   on   Frou su.cl.  (5. PETRETTO  Tfee Roman  Sfooe .Maker  Il.-nler in    Hoots  end    Shocn,     ~Vlachcn_:'c  Avenue, two dooissouth -Molson'a BhdI..  Harness Kcimlricg done.  Moderate Prices.   Work guaranteed.  Wendell Maclean  "Wholesale  and Ketail  Druggist/Calgary  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  ' ������22-tf  What Do You  m  _-'���������  Want in Shoes *'i  - If ynu wa-t a K'lod .Miners' Shoo como   ������.|  n. J .-nit inn.  If yi,u wunt 11 k''-;!  to I)  Jcr.kma.  Prospector.)' Shoe coin  If you wnnt a Hue or h'.rcni; Cor'- Soled Slio'j  como to L1 .T:ii;kine.  ���������If-jou-wiihl, u-L;iii|j;T-I.tK-noot-como-Io D>S  .Tonkins. :i ,1  ..r  Shoes anil HarnesH ret'iiro- on tho nliortosil  notice. AH line, of work Kept in etocK_  nt prices lo suit n I.  I). JENKINS  First Street, oie block frou.  tho-Imperi-t]  Hank of Cmi-Uu,   UevcUtoko Stntion, 13. 0.,  Wood! Vvood!  Guaranteed Full  Cord Measure.  The undersigned has a Jarge supplu  ol" Hemlock, Spruce, Fir and Pim,';  Wood for sale. Any person requiring'  wood will kindly leave their order*;!  with Mr. AV. M. Lawrence, Keqelstoki'  Station, or with II. N. Coursier"1  Front Street, llevelstoke.  17nlf  FRANK JULIAN.  Sam Needham  Clothes  9  In  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired.'J  flood Style at Lowest Prices.  Douolas Sturbt ��������� R~~vklstoke','J  M  Tfoe Vernon Soda  Water Works . .  J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR^  Manufacturer nf Soda W.itor, 3InRor      <\l  Ale. Sni-iipriltn and all Soft Drinks  its.  ut McCarty's  Cold Siorngo, where ordori  can be loft. a20-sw-tf  A full suDplr kept in ������tock  ���������1  REVELSTOKE  lf{0N WORKS..  Black smithine:- Jobbinjtij  PIumbine*.   Pipe Fitting  Tin ami thins*  Sheet Iron "Work  Machinery Repaired  Mining Work a Special _y._______.a__i  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoke Stn.  M /  t&  Ultimatum to Turkey  Admiral Noel Gives 48 flours  Notice.  WORLD'S WHEAT SUPPLY  Gomez   Has - Resigned���������Siok  Soldiers  at Ponce���������Ministry Crisis in France  New   Vork,   September  14.���������Gomez,  the Cuban generai, has resigned.  KLECTBD PRESIDENT  Cebrera has  been elected  president  of Guantnmnln.  SOLDIERS  SICK AT  PONCE  Washington,  September 11.���������Nearly  2.000  Uuited  States soldiers  are sick  at Ponce.  FRENCH  CRISIS  "    Paris,   September   i-l.���������The  Dreyfus  si-anilnl will in all probab.lity cau;c  Prcuch ministerial crisis.  ANTI  ITALIAN  FEELING  Vienna, September 14.���������Anti Italian  demonstrations  have  occurred n several   parts  of Austria  on  account  of  the  murder of the Empress.  THE PEACE PROTOCOL    -'  London, September 11.���������The Spanish  chamber of deputies have adopted the  peace protocol.  WORLD'S  WHEAT  SUPPLY  The world's available wheat supply  has decreased 1,215,000  bushels.  ULTIMATUM TO TURKEY  Candia, Isle .of Crete. September 14.  ���������Admiral Noel, commander of the  British naval forces in Cretan waters,  has issued an untiniatum to Ediu  Pasha, the Turkish governor of Crete,  demanding that within 'S hours that  he should deliver up the' ringleaders  in the recent outbreak and massacre,  and surrender the fort aud rampart  commanding the town, aud at once  disarm the Mussulman troops  Turks Obstinate  REFUSE    TO   WITHDRAW  FROM CRETE  The Japan-China   Alliance���������Proroguing  the Cortes���������Evacuation of Porto  Rico���������The Cuban Insurgents  Salisbury  Wavering  GIVING WAY   TO   RUSSIA  Terrific  Hurricane  A SERIOUS  LOSS   OF   LIFE  Trade   Labor   Congress-Contributions.  , to   New Westminster ��������� Judge  McGuire    in   Winnipeg  THREE LUMBERMEN DROWNED  Prohibition-Speeches���������Banquet  to Hon.  Mulock���������Puisne Judge of B. C-  Shepp.ird   Discharged  Winnipeg. September IB.���������Tho  Trades Labor Congress was formally  opened yesterday in ' the Legislative  Chamber at Winnipeg.  TERRIFIC  HURRICANE ,  Immense   damage   and   loss  of  life  was caused yesterday by a-hurricane  in  the Windward  Islands.'    Over  100,  people have been kilcd.  NEW    WESTMINSTER   CONTIUUU-  .- TIONS       . '  Contributions to the ruuef of tlie  New Westminster Are continues t-j  pour iu.  JUDGE McGUIKB O  ...ludge McGuire arrived iu Winnipeg  ���������l-tstTnighf."  LUMBERMEN  DROWNED  Ottawa, September 16.���������Three lum-  ���������" bermen were drowned yesterday in the  ' Ottawa river.  PROHIBITION  The   Hon.   Sydney   Fisher   and" the  Hon. Geo. E. Foster are announceu iu  speak at Ottawa on prohibition.  .THE  CHRISTIAN  GUARDIAN  Toronto, September IC���������At the general  conference yesterday at Toronto  Rev. Dr. Courtice was reappointed editor of the Christian Guardian.  BANQUET  TO  MULOCK  " The Hon. William Mulock was yesterday   banquetted    by   the    Toronto  United Empire League.  PUISNE JUDGE  Victoria.     September     10 Archer  Martin  has  been   'appointed    Puisne  judge of British Columbia. ������  NOT INCENDIARIES WORK  Vancouver, September    Iti.���������It    has  been satisfactorily demonstrated that  , Incendiaries had nothing to do with  ' the New Westminster fire.    Slieppaid,  who had been arrested on the charge,  having been released yesterday.  SURVEYING THE COAST  St. Johns.  Nfld.,    Septembev    16.���������  Naval experts arc surveying the coast  of Newfoundland near St. Johns.  ACCIDENT   TO    THE    DUKE  OF  CONNAUGHT  Ottawa, September, 15.���������llogclioleni  is verv prevalent in tlie Ottawa district.  BRITISH  EXPOKTS  The British exports to Canada have  iiiL'i-eased 11 per cent during August  and the imporis 10 per cent.  CANADIAN   PAPER  MAKERS  The Canadian paper iind pulp manufacturers aro urging an imposition  o!_ duly on pulp wood going to the  United States.  LABOR   CONGRESS  Winipcg, September 15.���������Tlie delegates to the Trades Labor congress  are arriving in. Winnipeg.  LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY  The Redistribution bill .was read  a  second time in the North West Legislature.  POULTRY    FATTENING   STATIONS  Government poultry fattening stations are to bo established at Winnipeg, Ottawa und Quebec-.  _!���������'.   C.   WADE'S  DENIAL  Winnipeg, September 15.���������F.C.Wade  in   the  course   of   a   press   interview  categorically denies tlie charges made  against him as registrar of the Yukon  LORD HERSCHELL  Toronto,  September  15.���������The  council of the  board of trade  banquetteil  Lord Herschell in Toronto yesterday.  HON.   WM.   MULOUi-  The   Hon.   Wm.   Mulock   has   been  tendered a reception  by  tbe  Toronto  Board vof  Trade:  THE   NEW   WES i-i.ilNSTEil   FIRE  Vancouver, September 15.���������The following subscriptions to the relief fund  of New Westminster, are recorded:  1 he North West Legislature have  voted ?1000. Rossland, $3,500 and  Ontario ������2.500. ���������.  ��������� .DISMISSALS  Victoria,' September 75.���������The Semlin government lias dismissed Forbes  Vernon, the agent general in London.  British- Columbia may abolish th.e;  office. Jail physician Furrer of Kamloops has also been dismissed.  C. P. R. RC-BBED  .Toliette, Quebec, September 15.���������The  Canadian Pacific railway station here  was robbed of $3,500. This is the  second' time the company has been  robbed here.  HAMMOND    HANGED  Braccbriilge, September 15.���������Hammond was banged hero this morning  at 8:05.    He died without a struggle.  English Syndicate Breaks Off Negotiations���������Battle on  Blue Nile ��������� A  a   Threatened ��������� Revolution.  THE  ST.   LOUIS    STRIKE   RIOT  K JABS WITH THE LANCE.  1   >*/--" >+s-   _���������.-" -_���������'-*'  _*���������"   -*"-���������   __.���������" -at'��������� <_���������������" -*-"  Labor Congress  TRADE LABOR CONGRESS  ���������     IN WINNIPEG  Canadian   Paper    Makers���������Government  Poultry      Fattening    Stations���������  Official   Denials ��������� Rob'oeiy  MURDERER HAMMOND HANGED  ANSWERS     TO     COKItESPOXDHXTS  illy (lie \V .tiisklwlii -S.i^i';  Miss M.. Edmonton: The only  wav for you to break yourself of  snoring is to unit sleeping with your  mouth   wide  open.  Miss J. l'\. Winnipeg: lt you have  your parents' consent to marry, thore  should bo no hitch. Come right  along.  Constant Reader, Toronto: If you  really rescued the banker's daughter  from the burning building, it ought to  be  worth  two  dollars.  Anxious   Inuulror:    Brandon.  C. 13., Lcduc: A person walking at  the rate of four miles an hour con-  minute. If you don't believe it count  suniCR 2,300 cubic inches of air per  for  yourself.  Johnny, Lacombe: The reason for  nicknaming you The Arid Pell is  possibly because you are always dry.  AT  BRACEBRIDGE  TURKEY"   REFUSES  DEMAND  Loudon, September 35.���������The Sultan  of Turkey refuses-Great Britain's demand lo withdraw the Ottoman troops  from Crete.      "'  JAPAN-CHINA    ALLIANCE  An   alliance   between    Japan    and  China is rumored to be in course ot  ai rangement.  ITALY  AND  COLOMBIA     .  Italy has severed all diplomatic relations with Colombia,  CORTES  PROROGUED       -     -  The Spanish  cortes" was prorogued  yesterday   after  adopting  the    peace  protocol.  FREEDOM OF THE PRESS IN  CHINA  According lo a late telegram   from  China  the   Emperor of   that  country  has Isued a decree for the establishment  of  a   national   university    and  for the freedom ot the press.  PORTO RICO  Washington,    September    Io.���������The  Porto   Rlcan   evacuation   negotiations  tiro   proceeding  satisfactorily.  CUBAN   INSURGENTS  The  Cuban   insurgent    leaders   are  issuing    manifestos urging upon    the  people moderation and  union.  ACCIDENT TO CONNAUGHT  Paris, September 15.���������The Duke of  Connaught, who is visiting Paris, was  yesterday thrown from his horse  whilst out riding, but it is not thought  that he is seriously injured. The  horso stumbled and caused him to be  thrown.  GREAT TIDAL WAVE  Si. Thomas. Danish West Indies.  September 15.���������A terrific storm broke  over theso islands on Sunday last, accompanied by a tidal wave which  caused the loss of over one hundred  lives.  j\. Kentucky paper says 10 drinks  of whiskey a day will keep away mosquitoes. It can also be warranted to  bring on other insects and reptiles.  Theie is a good story told of a  Herefordshire furmer. A few nights  iiro be went home late and drank a  pint of yeast In mistake for buttermilk. He rose three hours earlier  than  usual next morniug.-  The     Murdered   Empress ��������� Anarchists  Arrested���������Kitchener   Expeditiou  ���������A   Steamer Disabled.  New    York,    September    10.���������Tho  Spaniards yesterday fired upon a party  of Cubans who were landing at Man-  zanillo.  CAPTAIN OF THE IOWA RESIGNS  Captain Evans, of the United States  Navy, has resigned his command of  tho battleship Iowa.  ST. LOUIS STRIKE RIOT  One mau has been killed and three  seriously injured iu the strike riot  yesterday at St. Louis.  TARIFF DISAGREEMENT.  The Central American Union Congress-has  disagreed  over, tariff    arrangements.  THE  CUBANS KICK  The   Cubans   are   agitating  against  annexation   or   being 'placed     under  United   Stares   protection.  CUN ARD   STEAMER   DISABLED  Liverpool, September 10.���������The Cun-  ard steamshrip Urania has been disabled oil' the coast of Ireland, but is  in  tow.  BATTLE ON THE BLUE NILE  London, "September  IC���������One   thousand Dervishes were killed in a battle  on the Blue Nile reported yesterday.  THE MURDERED EMPRESS  The Pall Mall Gazette says: "The  Empress has not died in vain, if her  murder becomes the means of awakening civilized governments to the  necessity or more adequate precautions against the class to which the  murderer belongs. Anarchism is international and if it is to be conquered  it must be by international organizations formed to suppress it.  THREATENED REVOLUTION  - France is  threatened with a revolution as the outcome of the. indignation felt and expressed on account of  tiie Dreyfus scandal:  ANARCHISTS ARRESTED  Two  anarchists,  who are supposed  to  be  accomplices of Luechesi,  were  yesterday arrested at Geneva.     -  KITCHENER'S   EXPEDITION  Sir Herbert Kitchener is leading a  formidable force to Fasena, which  place is occupied by' the French Mar-  chand .expedition.  , >    _  SALISBURY  BREAKING  DOWN-''  ���������ine ir-eitm correspondent v. or'Tne  Times eaye: "Despite Lord Salisbury's declaration that ,he would  brook no interference from any other  power in Hie Niv Chantg railway loan  contract, he has now yielded to all the'  conditions imposed Dy Russia." as  a result of this- change of front the  negotiations-of the English syndicate  havo been broken off and those with  the Russian Chinese bank have been  resumed. ''  RETURNED WHALERS  Neap Bay, Wash., September 15.���������  The revenue cutter Bear touched here  on her way down tho coast. She has  ou hoard Lieuts. Jarvis and Bertholf  and Dr. Call, composing the relief  party that went to the assistance of  -il.-a whaling-steamers caught- in-the loe:  and 91 members of the crews of the  vessels that were wrecked, including  the crew '6f the schooner Louise J.  Kenney.  TICKET   SCALPING  Nothing tries so severely the affections and regard ot people for each  other as a long journey together.  That perpetual companionship from  whicli there is no escaping, that confinement in all our moments of ill  humor and listlcssness with persons  who want us to look amused, is very  trying. It Is a severe ordeal for  friendship io pass through. If two  friends arc going over to the Paris  exposition, it is better that they take  sejparate trains and separate boats  otherwise by the timo they have  struck tho land of the parle-vous-  ding-dongs they will be utterly sick  of each other's society. The strangest part of it is that' good persons  weary of each other quicker Mum  do bad persons. No wonder. Virtue  would make a nice companion to"take  over to lhc Paris expositioti, we don't  think.. The kind of companions we  would like would be two or threo  gay spirits, possessed of a few agreeable vices, capable of loud laughter,  fond of a brimming bumper and full  of good temper. Too many virtues  contradict one another, while vices,  when not too serious assimilate. If  this is not so tell us why it is that  preachers in a town never frater-  ernize together. We presume it is  because each  is  bored  by the virtues  of the other.  .   *  *  If one is especially desirous of retaining the good opinion and regard  of another, let him not foist his company on the other too much". Let him  make himself reasonably scarce.  'Never allow the man whose goo'd  opinion you desire lo keep to get  to know you as you really aro. Few  of us" will bear intimacy. Our limitations of education and mind resources are too pronounced to stand  a daily strain, and the miserable littlo  foibles that a man is conscious of  himself possesing. irritate him when  detected in another. Whatever else  you may .do, never make yourself  cheap,   even   with   your   besl   friend.  Unless you wish to lose him.  ��������� *  ���������  The same principle is to bo applied in the courting of a girl.. Make  your mash first. Then quit her for a  time. Seeing little of you just as  sho has got to-liko you "Oh so much,"  your noble and,manly attributes will  assume mammoth proportions in her  imagination, and the other chaps,  who arc calling on. her every evening she will regard as so many dubs.  Wc used to have the most horrible  kind of luck with our girls until we  caught  onto .this  wrinkle.  * *  ���������  Now that so many newspapers nre  cropping up- between Calgary and"'  Edmonton we havo decided to, invite  them all to a peace conference to be  .held at Wetaskiwin. IC they won't  consent to it we will try and fix up  some offensive and defensive allian-  _cc. The arrangement of an alliance  with the South Edmonton Comforter  would make us very happy. Wc  wouldn't do a thing to ttioso lnnlsfail  papers, would 'we Comforter ? T.f,  however, the Comforter spurns our  advances, wo will jiona Driebuml  composed of the two InniKfail��������� papers  and tho Wetaskiwin Free Lance. By  this means iv. will secure peace for  two or three weeks. Wc do not conceal our preference for an alliance  with tho Comforter, as they have  been slanging us most shamefully  of late and we dou't know how to  make   them .stop.  Her(e is the sort ot thing the Comforter scares its readers  with:  Cost of tho liquor traffic..if 113,122,710  Revenue   from   tho  liquor  traffic          S,_55,022  of ineffectiveness and passed  off  the  stage,  ���������  *  *  Alcoholism is a disease which no  politician or preacher on earth can  handle. There are only three people  who can���������doctors, snake charmers  and the cheerful boozers, the latter  especially.  IMPERIAL B/\NK  ��������� OF O^NADA  Head Oflice, Toronto  Paid Up Capital S2.OGO.000  Reserve     -   -   -    -   1,200,000  Directors:  Howland,   President  What gets away with us. i_ thi)  laughably crude methods of temperance   people.     Their   motives   aie   so H. S.  good  and   ....on-  purpose  so  lighteous T.K.Mornlt, Vice Pres., (St.Catiiarines)  that it seems a pity more b:ains are      William Raiimav, Robert Jatfray,  not  brought to  bear on  tho devising I Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Stayner  of rational devices for aiding tho con- Elias Rogers,  sumption  ot booze.    This talk about1      D. R. Wilkie, General Mauager.  eradicating   the   evil   can   hardly   be'  Branohes  North West and British Columbia  Vioicoiivei  Winnipeg  Revelstoke  On Wednesday at Calgary before  Magistrate Winter S. A. Fiddes, a  new comer in the country, who Is )  employed at the Royal hotel, was  charged by C. P. R. detective, Hos-  sack wilh selling an unused tickel.  Fiddes pleaded guilty and was fined  Si5 and costs.- R.- li. Bennett appeared   for the prosecution.  Mr. Fiddes gives the following explanation: About a week ago a man  named John Nott, supposed to bo ln  tho employ of the C. P. R.. came to  l.im ami offered to sell a ticket to  Montreal for fl). He told him (Nott)  that he would try unil sell it for him.  not knowing at the time that it was  against the law. Fiddes sold the  ticket for $13 to a local man, who only  got as far as Moose Jaw when he was  arrested.  "What I -can't understand,'-' said-  Mr. Fiddes, "is that I have no remedy  against Nott. who I have been informed is a C. P. R. spotter. I do not  blame the C. P. R. in any way, hut  [ consider I was unfairly roped in  by ihe spotter, if such he was."  Portage la  Prairie  Prince Albert  South Edmonton.  ONTARIO.  INiagara Falls   j.Sl. 'IhonicF  Port Colborne .Toronto  I Rat Portage      jWell.ind  Sault St. Marie; iVoodstoik  |St. Catharines  taken  seriously.    Ono  might  as   well  try  to sweep   back  the Atlantic with  a broom..    The main drawback about Brandon  the   temperance   advocates,   at    least Calgary  ine  specimens   we  have   seen   In   the | Edmonton  North  West is tlieir hopeless luck ot'i  knowledge   of   the   wor.d.       Moil   of  lliein   have   l.i.eii  nowhere,  have  sain   ���������  nothing,   don't  know  anybody,     l:a\a   58lse..x  confined-themselves to a small radius  f.V'.'P"-  in   this   orb,   abstained   from   mixing   ,'*''),     ,.i  with people not immetinueiy ������oni~ect-1     "    s  oil  with  their church, and have b.en!  of so much no account that their p.-es-1  onco in or absence from ihe town they:     Agents   in    Great    Ih-itain���������Lloyd's  live   in   is   not   even   noticed.     Such   Bank,   Ltd., 72 Lombard St.,   London,  people  cannot  bo  cxpscted  to  mould,' wilh  whom  money  may he deposited  improve or affect in any way the ex- ] for transfer by  letter or cable to  isting stale ot  society  to  which   lhey ! of above branches,  take such umbrage. Agents iu  the  United States���������New  ���������   ���������   * York,   Bank   of   Montreal,' Bank   of  We have no hesitation in saying America; Chicago, First National  thut the leason preachers so uniform- l������'������~k; St, Paul, Second National Bank  ly fail in the working out of reforms, I Savings Bank Department���������Deposit*  is because they won't ming'.c with , ?* M a"p upwards received and  the people who need reforming.    The  "merest allowed.  Montreal, Quebec  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other u.-'bentures purchased,  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available at all points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  whisky in their lives. The people ^j^01^"/1' Jiipan' Australia, New  they should get after are (ho irrc-j ' Q'{a p,,',.,^^,,,!  pressible  old  topers  wno.e lastWlous     Jf" '  l " tn'1-1-'1  .������������������.������������������ i���������.,,i (.i,������������������, .��������� ,i,.���������,.. fi������������������ rf!U This Bank Issues Special Receipts  t"istes, lead tliem to di aw fine dis- ; whleh will be accounted fop at any of  Unctions  between Hiram  Walker  and, the. Hudson's Bay Co's   Posts ln the  same with temperance advocates.  They imagine tliey aro doing good  work when shouting impressioned exhortations on temperance lo a congregation of people who never tasted  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporator by Act of Parliament. 18S4  Paid up Capital     '.     $2,000,000  RestFur-d   -     -     -    1,500,000  Head Office���������Montreal ���������  BOARD OF DIRECTORS  W .Molson Macpherson, President  S. H. Ewing, Vice-President  W. AI. Ramsay Henry Arch bah  Samuel Finley   J. P. Cleghorn  il. Markland .Molson  F. Wolferstan Thomas, Gen. Man*g������i  A. D. Durnford,  Inspector  H. Lockwood, 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.  English and American exchange  bought and sold at lowest rates.  A ghastly joke was perpetrated after  the New Westminster fire. Some  wretch put up a black flag with skull  and crossbones on it on the top of the  central  schoolhouse.  "Write for our inlcrcbtinpr hooks "Invent- <  or's Help" anil "How you nre swindli: d." (  ..end lis a rough sketch or model uf vour .  invention or improvement nml wc will tell (  von f_-oo our opinion ns to whether ii is (  probably p.iten_iblc. We make a _ih_ .-iulty t  of njiplicntions reject.''I in other _und__. {  Highest references furnl-licd. i  MARION & MARION .  PATENT SOLICITORS _. EXPERTS  civil A M*_li finical Fnirinwt. Graduate* of tlio  rolvi._l.tiic School of Knglncerinf.', ]!_u_iclo._ In  ._rP I.-.1 J_-!>'r.c������-ii. I iva! 1'nlTer'ity. ~"!.'ni!jCM  Tan-nt I-iw A"aO-! .-.km. AmiTican Wal'r Wcrl.3  ��������� A.t^H-i.itioxi. "~-\v- Kli'll.inrt Walcr Work* A^'oc.  ' V.O Mi-vevrr* ASFr_-t3i!oa. Assvc. Meiabtr Can.  J SocU'ly ut l?l.'il El.^iii*-*_r_l.  ' _,rc._.t������.' HEW YORK LIFE B'tO'C, MONTREAl MN,  f DFHGtS. ( <TUNJIC BliaplMC^ ".ASHI-CTON, O.C.  Net'loss to the country..~134,6G7,694  Oh  MacDonald.  go   out  and   throw  _a Collins, into, yourself _and  .look  happy !  *  _  -  Oh dear, oh dear, the vote on the  plebiscite is almost on us, and we  suppose wo must say something about  it. As a starter we will hazard the  prophecy that it carries. Those interested in temperance work wJB.l  turn out iu full force, whilst the predominant element of ordinary peoplo  will probably forget all about it on  voting day. Thore is one class thai  is going to cast tlieir vote iu favor of  prohibition, and their support will  help the cause of temperance���������wc  don't think. Wc refer to those who  calculate to sell liquor "on the sido"  or "on tlie half shell," poison at fancy  prices, as they used to do in the old  days around Calgary. This sub rosa  handling of whiskey was lhe best  paying industry in the Norlh West  some years ago. and many a prosperous business man today owes his  prosperity to tho boodle he accumulated in tliis noble line,of work. We  are intimately acquainted with both  sides of mis question and can recognize the good points of either sides  of the argument, but we can' sew  no reason for taking up the space of  this great moral weekly in discussing  impracticable politics.  *  ������   .  The whole scheme is about as practicable as the char's ischemc for a  general disarmament. "A fine subject for pulpit and platform eloquence, a species of Exeter hall poli;  tics that is quietly smiled over by the  practical politicians. Wo.will wager  that there was a broad smile on tbe  face of the Russian minister who  dlrsftcd those universal peace proposals, and there con be littlo doubt  but that tbo German emperor nearly  died laughing when ho read lliu communication. Tho sultan, it is said,  hnd a lit when he heard about, il.  Propositions for universal sobriety  are theoretically sound 'and practically impossible. They sound beautiful,' however, when propounded,  from a pulpit, of a calm summer  evening, when you aro sitting alongside your very best girl and the organ  has been pealing forth, "Oh What  Shall the Harvpst Bn," the setting sun  casting mysterious lights on the red  hair of the organist, and no collection. Tlif preacher's exordium closes  his temperance work for that week,  and for the next six days, while the  boys are whooping tilings up, i|t;iie  temperance advocate is nowhere to  be seen. Ho has spoken his little piece  Joseph   Seagram.  * .   .  While admitting that a boy oflG is  a mental and physical fool compare d  with a girl of that age, we must say  that there are a great number of attractive girls who do not ' seem to  realize-their powers. OC courso somo  do, anil then there is llie devil to pay,  but the majority of them very seldom  put themselves very much out lo  please the sterner sex, unless- perchance in the matter of dress. In a  country like" this where tliere are so  many amiable, nice lcoking.and real y  good girls, it seems a pily ono cannot get a word out cf theni. It is  very disconcerting to be introduced  lo an apparently charming young lady  and find absolutely no conversation  in her. A girl whose ideas flag to  the extent of imposing absolute  'silence should take a trip over to Ireland kiss the Blarney slonc and  wake to more liveliness, as the" princess in the fairy tale woke up through  a kiss.  * *  *  Wo have a great curiosity to s:e  what it feels like to write a check.  If somo philanthropist will.placa $10  to our credit in a bank, (any bank will  do) wc -will write-out a check immediately and have it cashed. Don't  all speak at once.  , *  *  *  It has alwaye been a source of interest to watch the bestowal ot government patronage in these burgs.  It is the commonest thing nowaday's  to   hear��������� someone  remark casually:  "I see So and So-has bscn appointed smoke inspector."  "���������When?"  "I don't know���������.1 couple of weeks  ago,   I   think."  "Strange I never heard of it."  "Not strange at all. Anil So and Sn  has been made commissioner for iho  taking of drinks."  "Well, Well! .I'd have liked that  job myself.   How did he get it?"  "Hanged it I know. H3 got It anyhow, flow those "fellows secure IhosD  appointments-b~ef6fe"anybbdy~~=e'.s~r~iii-  tiie town knows such appointments  arc on the market beats mo."  "Oh well    *  "What ? "  "They're  on   to  their  jobs." ->  *  *   .  The prize list of tho First Annual  Fall Fair of tho Wetaskiwin Agricultural society, to be held at Wetaskiwin  on the _lh of October, is perhaps iho  most ridiculous thing in its line we  have ever seen. There aro 142 live  and dead objects lo hi exhibited.with  prizes ranging from $2 down to 25c.  Nothing is forgotten. For example  there is a two dollar prize for the  finest oil painting, and we can well  imagine tlio numerous artlsls of this  vicinity painting away at Madonna's  and Holy Grails to try aud win ilii-s  Iwo spot. The second prize is one  dollar. For the llnesf paint Ing on  fabric the llrst prize is one dollar,  second seventy-live cents. This is  where tlie Gobelins tapestry feature  will come In. For the Home Spun  yarns lhc first prize i.s 1~>:; serond 50.  Mr. McDougall is expected to win this,  willi Ketchen a close second.  ������  ���������  _  Darwin died too soon. Had he lived  lo  come    and   visit  us    here  in the  North West he would never have  talked so much about the survival  of the fittest. He would havo dwelt  on the survival of the unfittcst. if  tlie government appoints an inspector  ot mines, it. must bo a man who never  by   any     chance    saw   a  mine.   Tho  inspector of creameries must bo a  tr-.au whose stomach wont hold milk,  whose sense of smell is doubtful and  who: has an aversion for cheese.  Justices of the peace arc selected mi  account of  their well,  we  don't know how Uicy ."ire selected.  Thny aro a select lot anyhow. They  remind ns a good deal of M. L. A.'s.  Huxley is still alive.    We must write  him.  * ������    *  There is a rumor to tlio effect that  General Pa.ido, tho Spanish general,  second in command to Blanco, has  skipped with 12,000,090 francs. Good  boy, Pando; hang on to it. Later  reports say that he is on his way up  here with the money to start another  Free Lance somewhere down the line.  What with Flemings and Youngs and  Edwardses and Pandos this country  will soon be bristling with lances and  standards. This is a great field for  uewspapers.  Yukon (ink northern districts.  A. R. B. HEARN.  Manager Revelstoke Bpar.uh '  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.  ; - 1.  ,__  Ind sc o pacific line.  Shortest and  ' Quickest Route  To Yukon aud Klondike Gold  Field"-.  To E:islc-rn and l������ni~o)~-nti points.  ���������To Pacific Coast, China, Japan  and Australia.  TOURIST  CARS  Pass Hovel.toke daily to St.  Paul, except "Wednesday to  eastern points. " c  Magnificent sleeping and dining  cars on all trains.  Tickets issued through and  baggage checked to destination.  Daily Trains Leave Ro velstoke  Eastbound 7:10 a.m.  Westbound 5:20 p.m.-  Southbouud  lor all Kootenay  points S a.m.  Fur    information,   time    cards.  maps-and-ticketfe-apply-to-^ ������������������  T. XV. BRADSHAW,  Agent,1, Revelstoke.  W.   P.   'Anukusox,   Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.  " E. 3. CovIjI-;, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  BRAKOHBS :  Aylmer, Ont. Ottawa, Ont.  Brockville. Ont. Owen Sound, Ont.  Calgary, Alia, Ridgetown, Ont.  Clinton, Ont. Smiths Falls, C_.t  Exeter, Ont. Sorel. P. Q.  Hamilton, Ont, St. Thomas, Ont.  London, Ont. Toronto, Ont.  Meaford, Ont. TcrontoJunc'n.Ont  Montreal, P. Q. Tcenton, Ont.  St, Catharine Waterloo, Ont  St. Branch. Woodstock, Ont  jMorrisburg.Ont. Winnipeg, Man  Norwi -h, Ont. Vancouver, B, C.  Simcoe,  Ontario: Revelstoke, B. C.Victoria, B. C.     Quebec.  Itevelstoke I~ranch: J. I). Mo'sin, ManB(������r'  M1  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  KTHODIST CBURCH - RevelntO-B.  Preaching eervicea at 11 a.m. and 7:S0  p.nu Olace meeting at the cloee of the  morning cervico. sabbath School and Bible  Olaaa at 2:30 p.m. Weeklr prayer meeting  everr Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. Tho  pub ic are cordially invited.   Seat* free.  HEV. S. J. THOMPSON. Pastor.  pHURCH OF ENGLAND-St. Peter".  *���������' Revelstoko Hours of service: Evening  prayer d_ily at 5 o'clock, Fridays at .ISO.  Sunday? and Festivals: Holy Communion at. .  a.m.. morning prayer at 11. Sunday School  ������ad Bible Clasp at 'i:X>, evening prayer at 7:80.  First Sunday in the month. Holy Cinnmnnion  at morning services.  FRANK A. FORD, Vicar.  PRESBVTEKIAN CHURCH���������Reyelstoke.  Service ever> Sunday at II a-iu. and 7_W  p.m. Bib'e Cliss at 2"~0 p.m., to which  ull are welcome. Prayer meeting at S p.m,  'every Wednesday. -  ' REV. T. MENZIES. Pastor.   -.  UOSIAS .CATHOLIC   CHURCH ���������Revel-  lv   stoke.     -lass   first aDd third Sunday! ln .  month at 10:30 a.m.  . REV: FATHER THAYER.    :  SALVATION ARMY���������.Meetings every night  in their bail on Front Street.  Loyal Orange  Lodge, No. 1658.  Regular meetings  are held  ln the ,  uddfellows' Hall on the seoond and  fourth Wednesdays on each month  at   --.'.in   x....       Visiting   brethren"  oord-ailvin*- i ��������� d.  Dr. T. IcITy. XV. M.:   T. J. Grahame, Rec Sec.  XV. G. Dime}-, Fin. Sec ;   It. S. Wilson, Treas.  Court   Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F..N0.3461.  Meets in tbo Oddfellows' Hall on the  2nd and 1th Fridays of  cucU month. Visiting  brethren Invited to  attend. ��������� ���������  J. B. Scott. C. R.    '  J. L. Smith, H. 3.  TIME C-\RD  P^veisto^e  Hospital  Maternity Hoiun i.i connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  Drs McKechnie   and  Jeffs, Attendants.  Dp. .Malloet?  Physician ar.d Surgeon, McKenzie  Avcnus, Kevclbtokc Station, II. C.  If you want employment, or  looking for a lioueoto rent when  you reach 'Vancouver apply so  The  Vancouver Employment  and  House   Renting Agency  331.    Hastings    Street.    West.  Tfee Revelstoke  P_20to Company  R,eveistok.e, B. C  STUIIIO: HOUUI-jASSTKEET.  Subject tn change without notlo..  Tr-insrun on I'aciflo Standard Time,  .(lira west daily aoi-O ___r  SKJOam I^cavc Kaaln Arrivo 3:50 pm  8_~~atn ...South Fork...      -  3:15pm  ^9aCa ni. -    '- - Sproule's " _.  2.13 p m_-  151.1 ni      "   ...Whitewater.-.   "      2:00p"m  10.03 am      '     BonrI-ake ...   "      1:48pm  10:18am * ... McQuigan.... " 1.33 pre  10:33 am ������������������ Ccdy Junction ������������������ 1:12 pm  10:50 a in Arrive Sandon Leave 1:00 p  ; CODV LINE  I..---.-    IIKM a 111 Sandon Arrive 11:45am  A -I  c 11:20 am Cody Leave 11:25 a m  ROBKRT.IRVINO   ! GEO.F__OPKI_AND  Q. F, and P. A.        I       Hupcrlnlen ent  CHOICEST  CIGJ1R.S  TOBACCOS  CISJIRETTES  SOFT DRUMS  ICE CREJUA SODAS'  ICE CREJLM  Bicycles  Itepalrcd and  For Hire.,  K. JA. S.MYT.HE  J. R. Hull  & Company  Butcbers    and    Wholesale   and  Retail Dealers In Reef, Pork, etc  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOKE  A11  orders in oar lino promptly  ailed ������������������  mlC-tf  THIRD STREET CENTRlC.  If You Want-  PURE COWS .MILK,  Guaranteed Unadulterated.  SotoTJiE ED ROPE DAIRY  MRS. K. JUUAN.  L. A, FRETZ  Contpaetop and Buildep.  Shop opposite Imperial Bank.  WopkmaiiMblp Ou___mt_������d  ���������������1   Terma Oasb ���������"7������������������.V."'-"-!'-!    .  ____  *������   ���������?**_*��������� *a r*~ '���������" ������* jf*  Materials  Ed.   Adair   left  l.-.if urine iii'ck.  this    morning   for  THE SHOOTING SEASON  ... iiuti'i  ! on last night's trai  lisoii  arrived   fiom   ('nldi'ii   II   Opened   cn   September   I  n.  -_-.r.  iVC: il   e.'.'O,,..,;'  .l.'l.   II-   llll  !",i'...-'!0 Knivi-  supi  !v ji!   nrti  ii-.nl 'iii-  For the Draughtsman  aii_l Architect  I'.m sin"  :t._.  irtrrSSZZjlJL  -,���������;.".������������������:������������������<-   rv..ji:ir.-l  in   ili.-lr Iiii'.' will  lie  . *-i.-. '-.- :,-_���������!.    !-.ich -< '.11 klin!>  nf  drawing  :,,!Tr^:iK I.IiJ-ii   i.iul   r.ii.-'i-.   Iii-lriiiiienli.,  -.i.'.".-". .-.-,i'...r-'-. nml ���������"..;.'.-^'1 I'riiHini; Inks.  J-lii'.l <,r-l,t< ;.r,,iii-.,:.\ i.!l":i'l_ 1 lo.  >.!_.��������� at i;.-:i ii.i I'u.j.-.  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK  CO., Ltd.  <_';_*.*   p.   "dr ':r..v.i:.ii. Man.iL-or.  ltevi'lsicke Station, II. C.  A gang of men left  for the l!ig Mend to  l'"ii:nili Creek Co.  lhis   liim-niu^  work   for  I,lie  LOCAL  AMD   GENERAL   HEWS  * f.':30 at the Vic. for a sandwich.  Several mining de.ils nre reported io  be on the hoards.  Hon. Messrs. Foster ami Fisher  spoke on prohihilion at, Ottawa on  S.it-.irday night.  Attorney-Gen.-ral Martin wont  lhrough nn No. 2 on ".loiuluy morning  en route to Ottawa.  Th'.-1 IlKltAl.ii wishes to thank Thos.  Skinner for a handsome bouquet of  flowers from his" garden. <���������  The owners of the Noble Three  group, on Lai'orint' creek, have completed a trail up to theirown property.  D. r.I'.'Carthy has the contract for  the erection of a residence for P.  Kennedy of the llevelstoke Ln'iiiln-i'  Co., on McKenzie avenue.  Grand Master Sargent, of the.  Brotherhood of Locomotive firemen,  on Thursday announced that he  tfbulcl not seek re-election.  J. 51. Kellie, M.P.P.. has let a contract for a TO foot tunnel to ho driven  on'the Aberdeen.adjoining th.e famous  Roseberry on Carnes Creek.  Wm. Haley, v.-lio has been up to  Keystone ?.Inn;:laif. for the lust three  months doing .assessment work on his  pioperty there, returned yesterday.  J. T. Robinson, manager of the  Kamloops Standard, was committed  for tt inl on ".Satin-day, ou n, charge or  libelling Rev. J. W. Thompson, ol' that  city.  On Sainrdny, t.he. 2ith. U'.e vol urn  lnai'-li betwc'71 lhe Liirdeau Rovi-rs  ar.d th"' Revelsloke footh.-ill team., will  b.'pluy.'tl. The m.-tch will take place  at the L-inding. -Topic.  Lord and Lady Urasseyand the Hon.  Miss ��������� Brassey went through on a  private car nn Monday niglit bound  for Australia. Lord Brassey is the  governor of the colony of Victoria in  Australia.  .1. D. Sih'.i.i! . ,=��������� in I own. ..lie lias  been lrvkir.g ovr !!"-; count! yinspecl-  i!!!_r iii':'.!!!'.:.-' propei-lii'-" with n view to  making a repoit on theni as to (he  amount of progress made during the  year and as to their n .alive values to  lhe dislrict.���������Trout Lake Topic.  A Kenll.m_.i~ who recently visited  lhe Silver Cup, Sunshine anil- Towser  reports th't". the Silver (hip has about  200" tons of orTPre.-uly-f6F~slilpTucT.tr  The tunnel wliich .Messrs. Ferguson  ami KnowU'S arc driving cn tlio Tow-  6-n' has hired lha lead and revcal-  c-d a largo body of rii-li ore.  Quite recently a strike wns made o:i  the Black Diamond, a claim ou the  north fork, owned by .Messrs. Thompson. S: hull z and oth. is. The strike is  IS inches of solid galena ore of a very  line grade. The le dp-'.- U over 1- feet  in width and il. is ovpvctr-.l thai de-  v-Ir-pmf-r.l (.pot-at'oil- will (":<( -.' .'.  v. :y largo body nf ov,;. ���������Trout  Topic.  ��������� i'.iitico the special values announced in Bourne JSi-os-.' ad. lhis  U.-ue. Tliey all! sure to bring pur-  I'liast.'i's.  .las. Heecli was brought in from  lingers' Pass last niglit with a I'r.ic-  liu-ed leg uud taken In Lhe hnspil.il.  .Ali-, Beech was injured while working  in a slonu quarry yeblerday.  Dominion Express oil Ices have been  opened iit Pincher Creek, Pernio,  Bullhead, Ci-.inbiook and W'aiilner.  11.C. Express sent lo Fort Steele  must, be hilled for via Cianbinok.  Instruct ions have been issued at llie  diU'eieiit C.P.R. shops along thu line  to put all snow plows and rolaries  under immediate repair and for all  other winter work lo be got inlo good  shape.  Messrs. P. E. Piper.- Co. shipped a  carload of brick on .Monday to Albert  Canyon to be used in the construction  of a litnu kiln for tliu burning of lime.  The firm expect to have tho lirst kiln  of lime ready for lho market in a few  days.  Rev. 15. G. McQueen, of Edmonton,  who is en route to llie Coast, slopped  over in Revelstoke on Sunday and  proceeded west on Alonday evening.  On Sunday evening ilr. McQueen  preached an eloquent and forcible  sermon in the Presbyterian church to  a large congregation.  The Silver Dollar, on Mohawk creek,  .a tributary of the Poole, in fhe Lardeau district, is fast, coining to the  front. ' It is ii silver-lead am! gold  proposition owned by Moon: & Orlando, of Sandon. Tliey received a  OU-poimil lump of tliu ore last, week  whicli. iissaved $50 in gold.���������Kaslo  SuxvlU  The IIekalii was in error in regard  to the names of the two bricklayers,  who caini! iu last, week from Red  Dei-i; Alia . lo accept a position with  F. E. Piper to Co. on their brick contracts in town. The names should  rend II. T. Silvester nud Chris Reay,  instead of II, J. Sylvester and II.  Tlioniiis.  GohhIp of -_!_tr_������!-cfi ami _i_ids.  To woll bred peoplo gossip is always un-  Some of | ploosnnt.    And jet ihu fuiihiun of gosHlp-  I lnu nbout one's ni'iglibora with one's muld  the Provisions of the Law is pnjvulont and much on tho inoroaBo.  To  , . ��������� the orcdlt of  tho avomgo  housowllo  bo lt  lliu .shooting season opened on  Sep  ) Bllld lhw habll jBlnueh it.6a provident than  teiiibei' 1st and the game act contains I It is with Uie Inhabitants ot hotels, npart-  muntH, lint, und  boiirilhi|_   houses, where  T. 15. Pick.--.i-il. who owns ,-i cl.-iim  .-iil.j:>iiiiiig that of the Adair group on  I.n forme Creek, cam.: in on Saturday  night from the claim on which he has.  been doing lhc as-set. incut, work. Mv.  Pickard says the development, work  ou the Adair croupe is prognjs>iiig  very satisfactorily, and the proper! y  looking exceedingly well in coiisio-  qiieuce.  15.ui Mcintosh an..l Kd. Metcalfe who  have been prospect ing on Laformi'  Creek report ii new nnil rich dis-  cnv'.'iy on the souih fork. Sir. Mcintosh in ,-it   piesent,  in   town   iitr.-mg-  niiir.ei-oiis piohibitioiis and those who  j*n into the Held .should secure a copy  and study it so th-il lhey may not  break any of its provisions. Following  are soeni of lhe chief provisions of tlie  law:  Section 10 of the';n~t stales that it.  .shall be unliiwrul to kill, ciilrh, destroy, or pursue or to buy. sell or  expo-o fur sale, show or advertise any  of lhe game, birds or animals during  llie close .seasons and prohibited Liiues  of sale set out in schedule II.  The following is the synopsis oC this  schedule in .-is concise ii form as  possible:  The open seasons during wliich the  imilerineiil.ioncd game may he killed,  are. respectively, as follows, all dates  inclusive:  September 1 to December 11���������Dei r  (buck or doe), mountain goat, mountain sheep (ram).  September I to December 31���������  Caribou, elk, wapiti (hull), grouse of  all kinds:, including prairie chicken,  lui re. moose, (bull).  September 1 to February 23���������Bit tei n  duck uf all kinds, heron, meadow lark,  plover.  i-Coi-ember 2 lo March 31���������Beaver,  land otter, mm-ten.  lt is unlawful to shoot or destroy at  any time birds living on noxious  insects; blackbirds (English!; caribou,  cow or calf; deer, lawn under 12  months of age, elk, w.'ipli, cow or calf,  or call'two years of age; gull, linnet,  moose, cow or calf under 12 mouths of  age, mountain -.beep, ewe or lainli,  Knglish partridge, pheasants, cock or  lieu, ipi.-il, all kinds, skylark, thrush,  eggs of protected birds. Robins may  be shot by farmers only, in gardens  between June 1 and September 1.  It is unlawful lo buy, sell, or expose  for sale, show or advertise, any of the  above mentioned animal- or birds at  any time, except Cariboivaftei"November SOth; de"'i" (buck), aftor "August  31st. duck, during close season, blue  grouse during open season, liare, after  September 30th, heron, during close  season, moose (bull); mountain goat,  mountain sheep (ewe or Iamb) after  September SOth, plover, during close  season. The above restrictions as to  salo do not apply to heaver, land oiler,  and marten.  In addition to the above restrictions  it is unlawful lo kill or take in one  season: More than live caribou; nmre  than ten deer: or to hunt deer with  dogs, or kill for bides alone; nioie  limn two elk or v.-apti bulls: more than  two moose bulls: more thnn five  iiiuiiutniu -goats; more than three  mountain (rams).  numerous families arc brought together as  residents of onu building tind an almost  unlimited Hold Is offered for the speculation uud uurlosltyof tlieir moro or less idlo  occupants. This idleness ami cariosity io  ubout equal parts uro tliu causes of this  uutlifjulfloil rotation between mistress and  niiiid. Yr'heD n woman'* time nnd lifo nre  well 11 lied with horn, duties mill with the  occupation!) Incident to hor soolul position,  olio has but littlo tlii'.o uutl less desire for  uny such undignified confidences. Tho  woman, howsver, ytho hns nothing to do  but to drone nod undress, walk tho principal thoroughfares, stiull through tho shops  und spend tbo evenings in publio parlors,  wbero sho mny watch but uot know hor  follow lodgers, lu the ono with whom suoh  a rotation becomes In tlio beginning onsy  of accomplishment nnil in tho ond a morbid necessity.  Quite as frequently es the maid who Is  urruiiging tho room ilropB n piooo of Information coiiooriilng tlio brido In tho noxt  eult of apartmonte her auditor will roturn  u question, KDii thus tho intlmnoy is formed���������for intimacy is what such oonfldouoos  lead to. Thore Is but ono way nntl ono  timo to check suoh confitlenoos, nnd tbat  is at thoir first appearing. Thu maid will  appreciate tho bohnvior of hor suporlor,'  und bor respect for ber will increase u  thousandfold. Sho will, for the timo boing nt loust, hnvo received u wholosonio  loi-on, ud(1 ber desire to gossip will be  lo-sciicd, whilo tho mistress will hnvo received a moral brace most satisfying to  her aonsclcnco, most liivlgoriiti-g to hor  dignity und most .stimulating to her ohar-  aoter.���������Exchange  __B1__~____"~"-  Agent for the  BlieiieiisclerTer  Typewriter'  IDE>VXiS~.ia  ^������_ Gents' Furnishings  Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gaps and  Stationery, Tobaccos, Cigars, Toilet and  Fancy  Articles, Patent  Medicines, Etc.  yposn? orFrFiarE: btobb, EBVELaTOKE _ 33. c.  No lilii-tcr, 1111 fi'.Hi, Just biisliicis, that's all.  Selling Out  at Nearly-  Cost !  DRY GOODS.  CLOTHING,  BOOTS and SHOES,  HATS and CAPS,  MENS' FURNISHINGS,  GLOVES, ETC.  MACKINAW CLOTHING,  MINERS' and PROSPECTORS' OUTFITS.   Reliable Goods at Reasonable Rates   JAMES GILL & CO'Y.  The Taylor Block,  McKenzie Avenue.  _7cpper.  I Perhaps you will  bo l_tcra~tcd to know  I that tho pepper which you ecu on the tnbia  j is the frul; or ni:: of  u Vina or  ftlhxblDtJ  'or supplies to go up  to  the caiiio ! shrub, a native cf .r.uia; that its name in  ,      y   ,,                          .   '  j Sanskrit is pippidl r.r.ii that  tho ca.-Esir.;_  to   forth, r  prospecting! (J,  tho  x ^Vtos  i_u-_-  by tbo ?<=-!__*  Having Poll. ourJ business to  Messrs. Gen. -Bell .._ Co.,.oi  Enilorliy, li. 0., who will take  possession on Oct. jr.tli, we will  sell unlil Hint ilnto our entire  stock of Groceries, l'lonr, Provisions, etc., at almost cost.  Hutchison  & Co.  1~���������0"~T STI'.F.CT,  Rr.VKI_ST0Ki:.  1 he Best in Canada.  Used by Thousands.  A ..'irl.a" will arrive in n few  rlays at our warerooms. Anil  consumes will I'm .1 itthclicst  nut! ehoapcs't on- the miii'ket.  I-'rce and prompt ilelivery.  Smith,  i'tO.  We have decided to sell  out our entire stock of  Groceries, Provisions,  Sta, and are offering a  reduction of 10 per cent  on all cash sales of $1  and over. We have  closed ail credit accts.  Why Pay Rent.  When you can own ��������� home  of your own ?  If yon will save, sny, live to len dollars per  month onniir nct'iiiiiuliitive system for a few  years, you will then bo in a position to buy or  build a home of yonr own.  Iiy takini; shares In lhis company, persons of  liKHlernte means arc enabled to participate ln  the prollts enjoyed by the company.  The hiivIhic of money Is like the saving of  Mine. If done at all, it must be done ������ys-  tcniiitleally.  Safety Is a most important consideration  when innkiiiR an Investment. Thlslsaper-  fci't system of co-operative savings, and the  safest plan ever offered fur anpumiilatlns small  holdings nnd loaning lt to members on real  estate security.  Loans...  Loans are made on tho security of improved  real estate williout liclav,CO per cent, of tho  appraised ea������li value lieinp; advanced.  Kxi.'css payments of principal may bo made  with any monthly payment.  B. C. Permanent Loan  &-*. Savings Company.  F. I'.UKKR, A(,'011t,  McKcii-io Ave., Kevelstoke Station.       lOanlm  A. N  Bakor and Confectioner.  ������������F~"Weddiii? c^kes to.the Queen's Utile.  wilh  a   view  tl)  -Se  this favored il ist riet.    The  ore:-'   fivrnd j v,-i-,o havo no   1  In their alphabet.    E'.ucS  carry jiold nnil copper, and i.s j-:in:_,i'.'  in appi'ar.-iucc to the ore brought dow n  by Kd. Adair from the Adair iiji'onp.  Lafurmp Creek promises Minn lo b*--  conie... ffimiui.s jis   a   K'd'l    prodntii-.g  camp, and in lhe opinion of  ih."  ai.u tiie dav is not. far distant.  Hi.:::  The Hkrald is informed that Sh: if.  D. Grahiim will atti'inl Ihe P.pokar.e  Fruit Fair and, will at. bis own expense take on* .ampie. from this  district sent to hiin at onee, and will  see that they arf put on .'shihition at  the hip; fair. Tliis will be a splendid  oppoi*;unity to luinir our mineral  r.'soiirie. befoie thi" mooR-d lIi.ss. s  nnd Aiiieritan entC!-pri'-i-. r'rfi.-j'.'.itt.irs  .ii.ilu.iii.r_3 in lh!_ h.i.il'1% w-.l ier-  I'eel veiy I'.ineli inil.-bli-d lo  ���������"kint.u-ilv iiudi'i'-  Fepp.T is tho usripo fruit ground; v?_>!19  pepper is tho ripe fruic ground after tka  black outer shell hr.s boon taken off. At  ono timo in the- hi-tory of iho world, Ti-boo  it was <31Ci-_:-.:;c to get this ccr.ilicer,-, now  so cheap tlmt iiie pooresr, ian have it to  ~~ut~~"oh~ih~6~rr"~tfi"b"!irr^ppcr-w'~-yfo-!C-!it-(?nJDr--  n-.ous pric _5, ar.d osiy tbo vcrj rich could  afford to have it.  To th_   I_ark.  D'.-ir littlo bird, 1 lovo to coo  Ton spread your prc-tiy -.viaTl  And hev.- I lov; 5'our jgyons noto,  Toe ir.erij littlo thiag!  Wb7 do yo"3 mount so lilch, dee;  V.*oen on i?m Ic-rly pronnd /  ^.ciid tbo lovrly clovi-r blooma  Toar pietly hosio Is found.  M.4.  L'-ikeitaini  I .Mr. Ciali.im lur his v  I  k  Bring  Your  Prescriptions  To  Us.  Kick noopie can't alTord  to tain.- any eiianees when  "-"inviti!1 ; 'i ij.-r r i.tl ui'.^-li 1 ,'-���������.���������  Vo t>:':i. pavtieular pride  in k.'cp.n? our slunk )iure  ii!idliiuiiini!c::lracaroto  '.'':������������������ l'.i!_i;,.j.iiiilini; oi pre-  .fr; ;,tii.!i^. There's notn-  Ini- inn.-', alviiitour prices  ���������n fnir'prolit is all we  wan*-.  Chas. H.  Reid ec Co.  .crEqiilll....rii.s.uni.liiKE"..ai:;iifl3ii'...,:..i:.G..aii.L.i.3.:4ii..[ii3...H....ii,.c.nnnrn.ij..Bai.cs!t.ua.ai;..ac........an..U3lfi...E_4  |  i  3  3.  sV_S s  ���������B  For Next Week Only, to make room for new goods, we wi-1  io Pec Cent, off all Stoves. -   -  The liues comprise Cooking Stoves. Steel __.ange..,.Ciist Ranges.  Coal .Heating Stoves, Wood ] _eatinf~: Stoves, Box Stoves, all of  ths best makers of Canada, Gurney. Stewart iind Copp.  Estimates given on furnaces.  W. M. LAWRENCE  Hardware and TinsmUIiing.  tltlllllllt.tHlllll1!  ;_ ct(lii"i~ipi"iti<:i;_-_3)iJiiiilt-'nt_iiiL,ii_ui-i_ iiik*lifilttitll������li(lti-i"i--|iuii-i*m*i-  SHERIFF'S SALE.  lly virtue of a writ of execution issued out of  the -mail Debts Court of Kootenav, holden at  Sandon on the lfilh day of March, A. I). 1808. In  an notion wherein Sloan Hrothers were plaintiffs nnd Lewis Thompson' defendant, in the  sum of fSO.Rl and costs, etc., and of a warrant  nf execution "issued out of the same Court on  the same date, in an action wherein Sloan  llrnllieis were plaintiffs and llarrv Carter defendant in lhc sum of ?78.70 and costs, etc.,and  of a warrant of execution issued out of tho  Connly Court of Kontunny, holden at Itevel-'  sloke wherein Ira W. muck was plaintiff and  Harry Carter defendant In the sum of ������21_!~.~> '  and costs, etc., and a warrant of execution  Issued out of the same Court wherein Pitts'  Urns, were plaintiffs and llarrv Carter defendant in the sum of ������_20..'J3 for debt and costs, I  have seized the following property named below, and shall'sell the respective interests of,  the ilo tend an Is In the said property by public  nncI ion nn the 1st day of October, 1S98, at-2  o'clock in the afternoon or so much thereof as  will sntisy the said judgment debts, costs, interests, Sheriffs foes, poundage, etc., etc., unless the amounts arc sooner paid.  ' C. E. Shaw.  llepiity Sheriff.  The Interest of Lewis Thompson tn the fol-  lowinir:  The Mineral claim " Silver I5utte," adjoining  tho Silver Chief, Trout Lako District.  Onc-lialf Interest in the lllnpk- Diamond No.  2, at the head of Silvor Tip Creek, Trout Lake  District.  The interest of Harry Carter In the following:  The Mineral Claim "Silver Slipper," at the  head of Ualana Creek, Trout Lake District.  The whole interest of Harry Carter ancT  Tjiiwls Thompson In the " Big Ffve" Group in  the Trout Lake District.  Notice. ��������� .-.,  Notice 1s hereby plven that two months after  date tlie Sunshine "Limited, a company Incorporated under thcl-iiKllsh Companies Acts and  licnn-od to carry on business in Iho Province  of llritisli Columbia, intends lo applv to tho  Chief Commissioncr nf Lands and Works for  permission to purchase I7.1H (seventeen and  !:.-ltl'_) acres oT land situated In I.ontenav. Dislrict, eonuni-nciii!! at a-post marked "Initial  Tost North West corner Sunshine Limited" ad-  JoiniiiK lhe cast.side line of the Huron Mineral  Claim (Trout Lake Mininy Division) at n point  tfll feet from the north cast corner of such  clniins, tliujice north fi~ dei.. cast for G80 feet  tlieiiei! south ."W dei;. Hi! min. east for 1101.2 feet  thence .-until "8 dcj;. _:f min. west for 158.8 feet,  Ihcne.! north-10 deir, ~l"������ min. west for 1851 feet,,  coiitaiuinjr. 17.1:5 neres more or less.  SUNSII IN"! MM ITUD,  ~ EUGjtr. ,t. HCNNETT.  General Manage!  July _i~, 18SS.  WSWX^MIWSSISW^SS,  ; report _  .-."ii.eil to   ]���������.,!;;���������.,  Development work is lii'i:__r dom- on  two piomi^iii'-' cln'm* on S.,bln Ci-.->..'k,  the Old Saul and Ti illiy. Tiirce ith-ii  .ire at work. A body of ore f>"!iin four  to six feet wide ha*'lieen iiuei-ivei ed  which runs hij.li in . ilver and leml.  with some i;o'.d. A Iarj_;i.' '.vis; of or.-  iliovelled off the dump, mnl not  pii-ke.l, has he -n hrou^lit it. It in  -Oiiic of the b_->t t;.il*-:_a ii'i.l '.'.irboii.tti'%  we have "-e.-n. A :i-"i:l ii.:-. been made  tn this piop-'ilv. v.liliii i-,  rank among tin- b.=l in -,*o:tli  Kootenay.  Some of tlie applications for relief  sent to the local committee by s-u!f-  erers from 'ouch fii-.-s are strung. Iy  worded, says lhe Melbourne Argus.  " Here i* an extr.ici ii-oui fine by n  widow: ' I have in family four dairy  cows, two pig>, a hoise iin-.i (lire.-  children4ali these being by my fi:_-t  husband, and two goats in full milk  and a baby by my second husband.  AU of the animals waslost in the hie.*"'  The Rossland Miner i.s responsible  for the (statement that th" I.ibeiai  government is about to give an .ulili-  lioo.-il member to liritir-li ('oluinbi.i.  The proposal is to divide Sir. Ho.itock'a  jiresent constituency into two: ."Ip.  Bostock to continue to lepriseiil. Yale  and Cariboo, whii" ,-_. nr-iv i-.-miiiilale  "-will be put r.p to i--pr������?(:i.t the Kor.te-  i-.ays. It in ff.ithei-sl.-.tcd thnt special  I'-gi-latiou to this .'-.i'ecl will be inlro-  dai-cd at the ne.\t tossion of I'ai-Iia-  oieiit.  i takn  r-r.eli a. ri'spon.-ili'lily.  tfnid (.'oiiiiiii.'-siinier Sil.b.i!.! ctnnied  on K iturday I'mm nn in'-pectioi!-I rip  of thi- goveriiin.'til. ro.-i.ls and trails  thi-'juizh ;hi~ Trtiiit 1/ikii iii.ii Ijii'.le.'.ii  di-tncls. During Iii* l rip tlie lluld  C.imiiiissioiier iilsn hiokeil into the  mining interesl.s of th'se di-jl.-icts with  a view .-'i.-nding ir. ,i i-r-port In lhe  .i'_-pai-Lrii.-iil ,".t Virir.ria.    Air.   Sibbald  t.in.'  Ilr-  di-.'. ric!  t   rate.  HI  lie  IS  fjlli's! lull  vNiieil" thi  Towsftr, Siiiihli.il>.' aii'l Silver Cup on  Silvei" Cup tnoiinlni.i, llie IV-atrico.  Olciigiiry and other pr..pi-rlic._ on  Kisli f'i'fi-k, and many other properties in different parts of   the   ili.'.trictK.  R.  Excursions.  .   bi'-vc-   gi-autp'l   special  fi.!iowing   agriculliiiMl  C.  The   (,. P.  i.-itf-s   to   lb  crhibitions:  Vernon, Si-pl. 'J77l\h and .''.nth, siniil"*  fni-i". good i,o go Sept. 27tli to 21)!;h,  limit tri ��������� ntm-ii O.-t. 2nd.  ICunloops, S'-pl. 2Sfh. Hlth ,-mrl Willi,  i-ingle fiil'e, ui.oil !n iro Sept. 21, 2H, '2771.  limit, lo ri!lurn (Jrt. 2.  S--ilmon Ami,   Sepl. i'J i'u.1 ii!. .single  fare, good I.o go Sept. 272 tiui'l   27',, limit  j to retiiri: Sept. 2~i.  j     A'.liiT'olt,   Oct. 1   nnd   ���������">. sing!*: fare,  | gooil   In  go  Oct. ',i lt>  ."ith, limit lore-  tu::i Del.'7.  ~.;r>:; Wi.si.niin'jl.ci-. (let. ii In 1" in-  <!!!--.'!���������. i.-iii'   from   1J.;vc.s|ii';" an-l r"  iw#gfcr~'  /f?r. Zfef*.  ?,T T7������. ""������������������"Ty      O Tl f\ 1Tb ~T|~~  Fancy Dry Goods  ar.d....  Ladles' Furnishings  HOW OPEN  M. K.  LAWSON,  Or-posite Cowan Block.  Go froin store to store, examine  tin- food!., then price Iheni. Afler  vou "have "noon all around vini'll  iind vou eun Imv tlie HEST and  OIILjil'i-.sV. in oiir line, from in.  We ..ill nptliiiif. bul thu very Lest  of thefnllmvlni;:  Groceries  la It boennsn you wish to lonve  Thi foi: and mlst9 bclo-K.  Ttuit lhu*. you f_e.11 _:r tov.-ar'l the zY.y,  Still .,in>-lr.K ..a you ?o ?  Tou caiiTiot tell ir.". pretty inr>.  ii'-'iy Uod hns ni:..-" y>jn th'-.ji.  I llnnk 'iv>'nu just l.i'.-au _i l.r. ka������';r  Vou wouid "us a joy to u:.I  till II  si::  .m,   gu'il!  I ll"  ;o   (;:-i. ���������_-   lo il.  limit l>> let ,ii"!: Ocl. I*J.  Melon im, Sept. __!0;in.| 21. .'.ingle '.ire  from Sii-iimiiii-'' and sialiou.s sout'n,  good to l'o Sept. 17 to 18, limit lo re-  liiru K.-pt'. 2'j.  B.E.BREW,  f"!tEE5GR0CKP.  ��������� FRUIT  Vi.!'.  i!i-f"  in ;.'_���������>'  so.ff:  ..'���������rviri/frr'.Jl and nr.nd  ,,.,{ arid Ji.-ied Kriiit.*.  inrlo'/.  nil kind.-.  Ol'I'I-.Ito TAKHN'  FliEKIiKLIV_KIiY     fc=  Sl.ain Oysters,  Oysters arc ecarcn und ospcnslfa in  rrancc, so n clover French inventor hai  invented n bind of iii'tlflnial oypt'T which  Is snid to bo e.o ncnrly like n renl oystor  that only an export cun toil thorn apart;.  Of ciiirto tho shells used aro Kcrmlno, but  thOHo can ho used again nnd aK������in nt com- j  parbtlvcly mniill oxpenso. The Fronn'ii n'l-  thoritios r.ro tryinK to stop the manufacture on tho ground thr.t. tho jiiiitcriu'..-! used  aro harmful.         'J-Cl:- ll^nd j"}??,!..  I_ittle .Tuck's miulc teacher was giving  hiin a l'is������n:i and noticing his very tlcly  nnd woll trimmed nnil, sal'.'., "How n.co  your hnndx look!" "Yos," rupliod .Tuob,  with grand d'anlty. "I've ju.t lind '������_������'  -ii,'unp30i.i11"���������Youth's Companion.  Musical  !j Instruments  Yi.u  ed tn  i(.r.ls over  my  a., rei-pii _-  .  .. st.ii-k ������,f   VlliI.INH,'ii;iT.\ltH  .   .   \|.\SIHlI.INS   . . I(OI'.NI''['.'.-: VOl'TII OIIOAXS  ... S'nilN'l.Hiinil ACKSt-Olill-:. ....  An excellent stork nt  low  p"i''CS.  j\ frc-li nnd complete stock at  cut prices. A choice IInt; of dried  and evaporated fruits : canned  y:muUi,levery descripiion; choice  diilrv anil creamery butler : ci;i;s ;  llairr'i'jit tens and coffees ; the. best  1>_-iruls nf flour, on the market;  fre-li fruit of every kind arrive.-)  daily; vci;etnljlcs.  Hats  No par! of man's attire detracts  Trom or add? tn bii personal iip-  pciiraneu opn-balf ns much as his  1IAT. It is the liiiisliiiiK t>"uch to  thn p'-rfcet man. If yon want tho  prope.- thine in I he hat line, straw,  stiff or f.-lt, properly litled to your  head, cull and see ti.-  Shirts  Hni|jfi-..-!ory shirts ; Hint's lho  kind of .-hlris wc sell here. Satis-  faeiorv In Hint thoy look well,wear  well uii'l lit well. ilu_ Itliclr.iilor  too. In p'.tterns Hint i.re up to  'Imann'l ptyli-h, wil bout being trio  I'lint. " '.Viirin " effei'ti too. We  have tliei.'i in colorings to suit all.  Howson & Co.,  Mackenzie Ave.,  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Kurniture  Shoes  Sho. . LniiKlitof us are modern,  pllnldr,, r.!vll������li and l.ow is" I'lnrB.  Wc .-nrrr all tli.'Iatc->t novelties in  ^iii.Kj<-s"liap"������. fancy uppers nnd  all Hint. I'ro������pcclor"s and others  ..muld uramlncour shoe stock.  The V. 15. Piper Co. havo now on hand  First Class lirick at right prices.  Tnlcndini; builders  would do woll to  call and examine.  Hrick yard Just north of tho Gun Club  grounds.  Mall orders promptly attended to.  Prices on npplicntion.  The F. E. Piper Co.,  Revelstoke, B. C.  ^       .    ���������'���������      Notice  Notice is hereby given that I have applied to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for a special license to cut  and carry away timber from the following described lauds, situate in the district of west  Kootenay: On the cast side of Upper Arrow  Lake at Cnlcna Hay, about seven miles southeast. _of_Arrnwl!ei_dt _conii!ii'iieing_nt___a--post__  marked "G. S. M. BAV. corner," about 20 chains  -.vc.-tl of Deep Creek and about '1G0 chains from  Ils nionlh, riiiinliif; north 80 chains, thence  east $0 chains, tlicnee south 80 chains, thenco  oust'10 chains, thence south ,10 chains, tlience  west 80 chains, tlicnee north 40 chains, thenco  west >I0 chains to the point of commencement.  Oeo. 8. McCaiitxr.  Kevelstoke, B. c, August 23rd, 18BS.  Transfer of License.  Take notice tbat we, the undersigned, Intend  :'>0 days after date, to apply to the Stipendiary  Magistrate for Kevelstoke riding West Kootenay for a transfer of licence from Cunningham  i. Hclivav, of tbe Queen's hotel, to \V. Trice.  Cunningham & Belwav.  Comaplix, Sept. Oth, 18C-8. 07  Hotel  Ferguson  l.........GUIttRHC..EI...C........ .!.r3.IPRI..n f  Ferguson, B. C���������Tho Centre  S<n of tho Lardeau Mines lb1?  4?tf ���������������&  vV^T i--.i-~--E~-~:_ f\*t*intitiviintnicD-'c-j-axt'i-'ii't-iBmi   2^y  ^s|   Best   Accommodation   s������~-,  ^f in the  Lardeau. rid  N_/j������m..������_..a->.-.rs.!:.> a..1 art-Din.. .i.....9ai..M.a������.ia q^Cl  Miner.< Bnd f.rospectors  outlittc'l on short notice.  Tol.1l.'I OS,  Stnljoin ry  ���������ar-i, Kvf?Vcfn"-bi!i(J: I'l-liks,  .l'.'T'pi.'.liii.iiii'.,'-- riiri'-i, Kle.  Chas. J. Anian  a.  Fallis Bros. I  mmm  Rates   S2.00  Per Day.  Dave   Ferguson,   Prop.  I WANT TO  G6BA  CUSTOMER OF MINE  AND  WEAR MY CLOTHES  THEY ARE THE BEST,  AND CHEAPEST  IN THE DISTRICT  R. S. Wilson,  TAILOR jVKD CLOTIIIKR  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  DKF.R HEAP?,  r.ir.ns. animals. Ktc  I'reservt'l   and  Mountui-  Third St. East of Schooiliouse  RHEV  Painter and  Decorator  First Street East, Revelstoke Station  Graininp. Taper Hanging, Hard AVood Finish-  ii.;, House Fainting in all Branches,  Carriage Fainting, Glazing, &c.

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